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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1917)
RRNP nULLKTIN, KNI), ORKG0N, THURHDAY, APRIL 10, 1017.
NEW PLAN FOR
FOKKSTRY LINK TO K 8TRUN0
ON RAILROAD TIKS AND OVER
IIA11K ROCKS TO AVOID 1HIKAK
1N(J OK LINK.
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Marking n new era In telephone
construction In Central Oregon, Ed
Mnhn and V. V. Harnham, of tho
forestry Bcrvlco, have commenced tho
thorough overhauling ot tho Hlg
Hlvcr line, and by means of a unique
arstom of construction, hopo to bo
ablo to avoid tho breaks lu tho lino
which occurred literally by hundrers
in tho woods last summer.
According to tho plan worked out
by tho forestry service, tho lino runs
from tho city limits to tho Shovlln
Hlxon logging road. At this point,
insulated copper wire will bo used,
stapled loosely to tho ties to avoid
tho vibration ot passing trains caus
ing breakage. When tho end of tho
railroad Is reached, tho wire will
cross tho river, and connected with
common Iron wire, which will be
strung loose along tho lava rock.
Experience his shown that this va
riety ot stone Is almost a perfect In
sulator. It is expected that 13 miles ot the
lino will bo completed this season.
MILLICAN TO SINK
MAIL CONTRACT LET
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Word was received today of tho
awarding of tho mall contract on tho
Mllllcan-SInk routo to Alesandor A.
ailmore, ot this city. Mr. Gllmoro
will make his first trip on April 24,
JL hat with the reputation for
quality such as Lanpher en
joys simply must maintain it.
The Lanpher Hat $350
For Ssle by A. L. FRENCH. Gent'. FurnHhi'n.
and will mako trips twlco a week up
to June 30, 191S, when tho contract
expires. Tho contract price Is $976
PROMISED FOR MEET
UljC Delegation Will He Sent to lU-ml
From Outside School for
(From Saturday's Dally.)
That big delegations from Red
mnniJ nnd from tho Crook county
schools will bo present In Hem! on
May 19 to attend and to participaio
In the Central Oregon track anil field
niPPt m bn held here on that date.
was the Information gathered by City
School Superintendent F. Tiioruar
son and County Superintendent J.
Alton Thompson yesterday afternoon
when they met with P. M. Nash,
superintendent of the Hedmond Un
ion high, at Redmond. Minor details
In regard to tho representation ot
tho schools of Central Oregon, wero
settled at tho mooting.
Mr. Thompson Is working for n
co-oporatlvo organization of Des
chutes, Crook amr Jefferson counties
for school activities and tor Instttutu
KENNETH H. MINOR
WEDS IN PORTLAND
(From Friday's Dally.)
Konnoth It. Minor, of Ilrldnl Veil.
Oregon, nnd Miss Angelina M. Pro
vost, of Portland, wore married yes
terday noon In Portland, according
to a telegram received by Mr. Minor's
mother, Mrs. F. O. Minor, ot this
Daughter In Terrible Shape.
A. Mitchell, llagdad, Ky., writes:
"My daughter was In terrible slmpo
with kldnoy trouble. 1 got her to
tako Foley Kldnoy Pills and she Is
completely cured." Foluy Kidney
Pills strengthen weak, deranged kid
novs; correct bladder troubles; stop
rheumatic pains and backache; re
lieve sore musclos nnd stiff Joints.
Sold everywhere. Adv.
Tho Mend Co. to B. F. Nichols, deed
to part ot lot 4 and all of lot ft, block
13, Park addition.
Dr. M. Ferroll, filing ot license to
Hunter & Stunts to Mrs. 8. E. Per
ras, deed to lots 3 and 4, block 19,
O. 11 Webber, E. J. Randall and
C. F. Snnborn, tiling of nrtlcles of
Incorporation In tho Sanborn Invest
ment Co., ot Wisconsin.
J. O. Davidson and A. W. San
bom, filing of articles of Incorpora
tion In tho WIscoiiNln-Wcstcrn Tim
A. 0. Stoudor to M. J. Harvey, deed
to lot 15, block H, River Terrace.
United States to Arthur A. Dick
erson, patent to 100 ncro tract In sec
tion 9, township 17 south, raugo IS
Perry E. Morgan to Jesso Kooh,
deed to lot 8, block 7, Redmond.
K. H. Knox to A. M. Prlnglo, deed
to 60 ncro tract In section 23, town
ship ItS south, range 11 east.
Robert Smith to Robert McKlnnoy,
deed to 160 acre tract In section 24,
UH6un.0UU(U QUfl tlinClOIHtS AT 'OWHl'; TAII.OM OHQf'J
nil riniibinnnra nil I
DirriNtNCI MIWItH A I
JUIT roil Ml AMD A CMtwl
or wn cur tooaccoy
THAI'S KASVI ITTAHC
A 010 SUIT TO MT AMU
SATISfY YOU. OUT A
Wilt lAST AND SATHfV
AHV MAM f
IS THE TIIUT
T Witt. lABT AMI) SATHf
T IN vnni Innn linn nlntiif flin RIIIIl (if niOflCV VOliVO
b been Bpcntliiirf for chewinrf und then chop it In
two in tho middle. Now you tfct. un idea ot wiiai w-o
CUT is snvintf judges of good tobacco. The diffcrenca
is in tho tobacco itself, its tho richness Unit mukes to
bacco lovers tako to it that's why a little tfocs uch u
lonit way. W-IJ CUT is fust tobacco satisfaction Uiroujlt
IM y WCTHAN.DXUTON COMfANT, 1107 ttUmtj, Hn Yk Oty
township 15 south, range 10 east.
Kenwood Promotion Co. to M. A.
Daly, deed to tots 1 mid 2, block 20,
State ot Oregon to James F.
llrower, deed to 40 aero traut lu sec
tion 28, township 14 south, range
Thelmn Swank to W. J. Morgan,
lots lu Tnrrehouno,
Mnudo I., Netihausen to John W.
Iodor, deed to lots 7, 8, 10 nnd 11,
block 37, Park addition.
Plnelyn Pnrk Co. to Nlun M. Illau.
veil, deed to tot 5, block 5, Plnelyn
United States to llurr illank, pat
ent to 322 ncrs In section IK, town
ship pi south, range 20 east.
M. A. Daly to Morris Daly, deed
to part of lots t and 2, block 20,
K. K. Vnrco, tiling of notarial com
William (lottstnlu to Charles 0.
Hooker, deed to lot 12, block 10,
Matilda McCalllstttr, eertlflratH of
R. M. Ilnrsues to C. II. Kstiwi. iInhI
UP THE HOUSE
to lots laud 2, block 36, Terrebonne.
The llend Co. to It. N. lluchwalter,
deed to lots 8, 9 nnd 10, block 4,
David Hill to Aaron Johnson, deed
to lot 6, block 14, Kenwood.
llrooks-Seanlon Lumber Co. to tho
llend Water, Light & Power Co., ease
ment for pipe line.
The (lend Co. to Camilla Olesoii.
deed to lot 9. block 30, nnd lot ft.
block 43, Center addition.
llend Pnrk Co. to II. Hhlraga, ileml
to lot 14, block 103, First addtlou.
Beo Edwards for paper hanging..
ONE CICNT A WORD Is nil llttlo
Went Ad will cost you.
For sign painting seo Edward.
WK'LL CLEAN YOUR LINEN,
CLOTIIICH, HILK DRHHHKH, lite.
The Public's Answer
"Is my product right?" asks the manufacturer;
"the most efficient, enduring cpnstruction?"
"made of the best materials?1' ,
"by the most skillful workmen?"
And the public gives the answer through sales..
The motoring 'public has given the answer to
United States Tires through sales
sales increases which, are big continuously big
i and growing bigger;
' so big, in fact, that they are growing even faster
than the amazing growth of the automobile industry,
Jhat's the motoring public's answer
that United States Jircs all five types give
'"PUT YOUR DUDH IN OUR HUDH"
Bend Steam Laundry.
AND DRY CLEANING
A Tin for Evtry
Nttd of Prict and .
United States Tires
Are Good Tires
Untljd Slain Tube
J lave M the Stirling
Worth and Wtor that
Make UnUtd Statu
ItnolInK of nil kinds. Kopnlrini;
J. A. MacCLOSKOY
Cornice nnd Skylights.
All kinds of
rock or dirt
STMEBT WORK. KTC.
Lrtff Milol l
J. A. EASTUS OFFICC
No Want Too Dig
No Want Too Small
That BAKERS GROCERY
Can't Till for You
And deliver promptly nnd In the Ixwit condition. Our
Kroccrle, produce, fruit re nlMrnys frrsli, Our sanitary
rcfrlt(oritor counter keepH our tlttlry jHiductn cool nnd
freali. Rest price lu canned tcood of tho beat brm!a.
W.1I Stret. Nr Ohio
P).on RcJ 161
JAY If. DOIIIUN. Prcalflont
1IKNRY L. CORUBTT, Vlco Proa.
J. O. AIN8WORTH, Vlco Proa.
K. V. ROY, Tronauror
H. C. HPKNCKR. Hacrttnrr
K. W, RUMHLK, Qun. Mgr.
Wool Warehouse Co.
Advances Mnde on Wool,
WE BUY NO WOOL
Jay H Dobbin Honry L. Corbott Nofth Portland
O. 0, Colt R. N. Btnnflold
3. O. Alnaworth W, P. Dlckoy UregOIl
B. W. Rumblo