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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1916)
THt IIKXD IJULLETIJf, BEND, OHK., VKINE.SI.YY, SKPTK.MJIKIt 27, 1010.
BOGUE TELLS OF
IES OF NEW LINE
Mr. Stillborn .MimJo I'liit Trip
IXoscmboi-, 1011 1 IJilneer
J-'Irjt Itotumiiilsjiiicf in 8priii;
i Of 10 15 Work J'ith-mmK
(Silver Lake Leader.)
That rrradliiR and the laying of
tics and rails Ih not all thcro Is to
the building of n railroad Ib shown
by tho following fnctH, gathered
from n conversation with N. II.
IIokuc, chief engineer of the Stra
1'orn surveying crews:
Mr. Uogiic's first trip over tho con-
tral Oregon territory was made In
March and Arpll of 191G, covering
tho territory between llend, Ilurna
nnd Lnkevlow and traveling a dis
tance of approximately COO miles.
Ills second trip was nit do In .In no,
1915, at which tlmo ho covered all
the territory from Ucnd to I. a IMno
and on to Port Itock, Lake, Silver
1-ikc, Paisley, Crooked Creek, Lake
view, Warner, Cntlow Valley and
Klamath Kails, making In nil n IIh
tancu of about 2,000 miles of travel.
The object of these two prelimi
nary trips was to gel n knowledge of
the general contour of thu country
Ntudying Its lesources nnd possibili
ties, nnd forming an opinion of the
udvlnlhlllty of a rnllroad through this
vast and but slightly developed nee
don of country.
Ilelng satisfied that hiicIi n project
'would bo feasible In this territory,
Mr. Ilogue, on September 18th, 1915,
accompanied by Messrs. Mol.ood, lly
water, Sltellov nnd Pelorwin, stinted
from The Dalles, going over tho pro
posed route and computing the pi oh
ill lo cost of constriiitlng such a sys
tem of rallioads. A e.ireful estimate
nnd Investigation was made at that
(hue, with the result that surveying
oroUH weie set to work upon the pro
ject. All the engineers nhoo men
tioned are Mill working with .Mr.
3)oguo on this s.unii cuterprse
Kald Mr. Ilouge "Many people
tiecm to Imvo the Iden that a rallror.d
van be Hui've)e(l. financed and eon
Mtructcd on very short notice. Hut
'If thoy will stop to consider that a
jual railroad Is not a dream, that it
takes actual time to even get It onto
paper, ready to begin constructive
work ; that a survey coveting a dis
tance of about ISO miles cannot be
completed In n few days, or even In
u few weeks time, thon tho will
see that we have done remarkably
woll to complete this pnrt of the
work In as short a tliye as we have
consumed In doing It."
.Mr. Strnhorn, with C S. Hudson,
of Mend, made the trip over the pro
posed line with an automobile In No-
ember, 1911. In ten months from
that time all Investigations had been
made and surveying begun, which
has beon completed In the space of
nbout twehc months. In other
words , In 22 months from thu time
Mr. Strahorn mnde his first trip over
the proposed route all the prelimi
nary work Is practically completed
and ho announces that he Is read to
begin actual construction on a lull-
mile net-work of railroads.
ine approximate Distances rut
ered by the various ourvcs affect
ing Oregon are as follows:
Ucnd to Crane IS I
Main line to Hums C
Main line to Narrows 1.'
Bond Junction to Silver
0 - 0
ELECTING A PRESIDENT
(About I'O miles South
cast of llend)
Silver Lake to Lnlcavlen. . .
Silver I.nkc to Klcninth Kill Is
Dairy U llonnnzu
EATING TO LIVE.
Every Day is
With Mrs. S.
Now mal.lug the lie- I' ill
nnd Winter IImIh.
The pi Ices ant tho imw reas
onable, but thu tiuullt) In Hit.'
livery list guiir.inteixl to be
Our stock Is made up of tho
latest pattern hats, citrntlons
that will command jour admir
ation. VVI1 ll'ltlfl Ilk UIIC -ll.lt tV'.l tll'I.
! .. .... ... ntij .Milt "l( .1,1!
ready to in a lie your miulu-to-or-
inn mil. .uiiiuriui oi ine iiesi
MRS. S. McINTOSH
Hut.t by Which Good H.alth May Bt
Qalnad and Rataln.d.
ncrewlth I give a few general sug
gestions for (hoio who dcslro health,
writes Edward II. Warmau, A. M., In
No one can have health who cats too
No one can have health who eats
No ouo ran hare health who cat
too many kinds of food at tho sumo
No one can hnvo henlth who rati
when tired, hurried, worried, anxious
No ouo enn bavo health who rlies
Inte, gulp down a hearty breakfast
and then sprints for the ear.
When you hnvo eaten do not wonder
If It will ugreu with yon. When you be
gin to wonder trouble begins, Say
good by to It, not expecting to bear
from It again. If you fear it do not
eat It; If 3011 eat It do not fear It.
He cheerful at your meals. A sour
couiitunniiie will give you a sour stem
11U1, Pralso your wife's cooking If jou
If you go home with a grouch leave
It out of ijoois, where (he dog will get
It then snoot the dog.
Tho majority of people do not know
how to live until they nre ready to die,
and then they arc put ready to dlo be
cause they have not rightly lived.
A CAIN In tho election of 1870
the candidate who received
the smaller number of pop
ular vote.s was elected presi
dent. Samuel .1. Tlldeu of New
Vork, Democrat, received -4,281,-8S5
votes, and his Itepubllcau op
ponent. Uutherford II. Hayes of
Ohio, received 4.0X1.1)50. The re
sult of this election was lu doubt
for many days. Discrepancies
lu Louisiana changed one vote,
and the result In tho electoral
college was: Hayes, 185: Tlldeu,
184, An electoral commission de
cided for Hayes. William A.
Wheeler of New Vork was elect
ed vice president.
James A. GarlUld, Republican,
defeated W. S. Hancock, Demo
crat, In 1830. Chester A. Arthur
was elected vice president nnd
after (iarlleld's assassination be
'(Watch for th. aUctlon of CLva
land In 1884 In our naxt lnua.)
The United States Public Health
Maintain a olluted well and then
complain about the undertaker's
Think screening Is too oxpcnslvo
and then blame jour malaria on the
Insist on sanitary cigar factories
ami then use public cigar cutter?
Cary a lino hnudcrkerchlef and
then forget to cover your mouth
when you cough?
For sign painting seo Edwards.
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LEADER EiOR HERE
Kilter La be Paity Makes Swing
P. II. Albrecht, editor of tho Sil
ver I.nkc Leader, with Mrs. Albrecht,
Mrs. George Yenne and John Haves.
of tho Ult Cattlo Co., of Silver Lake,
was hero for a short time Friday
morning. The party left Silver Lake
on Wednesday going to Ilurna and
comlirg from thore to Ucnd on Thursday.
According to Mr. Albrecht every
one in the Silver Lako country is
busy gnthoring his crops which nro
especially abundant this year. Tho
greater part of the Strnhorn right of
way in the vicinity of Sliver Lake is
already deeded, Mr. Albrecht said,
and alt owners whose lands aro cross
ed me willing to give what is need
ed. Tho party loft for Sliver Lako
A deslrablo bread Icnlfo fron with
every annual subscription to Tho
tiena iiuiicnn. ,
ONE CENT A WORD Is all a little
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4y cup's3 si
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If jou want to soo a fllyleM (.tore Just drop around.
Wo Hill not tolerate the npcarnnco of n lly.
Our wuiltary refrigerator counter keeps our frosli
and perishable goods frco from contact with dust or flies.
Tho erj besi'of Rrocory niercliandl.se In the very best
of condition may always bo purchased at
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Phone Red 161
Fruit Canning Season
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Suro Seal Quarts 05c
' Economy Qunrtcs Kl.oo
Economy Pints OOc
Jelly Glasses 30c
Mason Jar Caps 20c
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True Economy ...
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Let us show you, for your selection, some of
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