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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1914)
TIIK lKNl UVM.lTlN, 1IKNI), OHK., WKUNHNDAY, MAY 0, 11)1 1,
ARTISANS MEET TOMORROW
Delegates From Out of Town 1
nocteil (o Itc In Attendance.
A district meeting of tho Unltod
Artisans lodgo .ijvlu ho. hold In. tho lo
cal loilfeo roonls lonttfrroxv cvctllnir at
which dolofintcs nro expected to bo In
ntteudaneo from Madras. Culver, t.a
luontn and I'rlnovlllo. C. 1.. MoKcn
na, of; Portland, siihromo secretary
of tho order, will bo tho guest or
Among tho events of tho evoking
Mill bo the Initiation ot n cIiirb ot
candidates for tho order, nn exhlbl
tlou drill and a prlto drill for n cud
for which teams from tho Madras and
Culver IoiIros will compote.
This meeting will comnete tho sea
son's work or 13. P. Hounett. who has
boon lu town for some titno past In
the Interests of the ordor, and ho will
return to Portland with Mrs. Dennett.
rOWKIiIi UUTTK HOADS ooon.
Travellera betweon here and I'rlno
vlllo havo never oncountored better
roads In tho I'owcll Uutto country.
With tho naturally faTpniblo soil con
ditions and tho good woVk dono. this
district. has as ftno hlRhways as exist
In Crook Count'. A foaturo that
Btrlkcs nutomoblllsts favorably Is
that nearly every eUlvtrt crossing
has boon banked i cnrcfuilr, so that i
fair Bpced can bo maintained without !
broken springs. For the ton miles j
out from Hend. however, there Is
liruciicniir nui n biiikiu tuuvn pruii
erly cared for.
Try a club houso sandwich for
your lunch. American Bakery. Adv.
STRARORH AT LEWISTON
Idaho ltor, Interviewing llnrrlmnu
Olllrlnl, Tells of Vnle-lleml ltwiul.
Tho Morning Tribune of l.owlnton,
Idaho, of May 3. received hero by
Frank N. (Illborl, contains tho fol
lowing paragraphs In nn Interview
with llobort K Strnhorn of tlvo North
Const road, and prominent nmong
llnrrlmnu railroad man:
"He mild tho construction of tho
line West from Vale, In eastern Ore
gon, might delay tho construction of
tho Snake river road. Tho Vnlo road
Is being constructed on grades that
are much easier than tho present
road through linker City, Lagrando
and Pendleton. Tho Vale lino will
bo extondod west to tlond and a water
grndo lino down tho Deschutes will
then be provided."
FINE, NEW PLAN
(Continued from.pngo 1.).
local ftroject, that although ho ho
lloved tho Tumnlo securities would
bo ot tho highest order ho would
hesltato to use thorn for Investment
of school funds but would gladly
recommend them to private Inves
tors. Through all his speech Mr. Craw
ford showed tho snmo lantentnblo Ig-
noranco ot facts which has character
ized his previous dealings with local
Irrigation problems, but perhaps In
no case a deeper Ignorance than In an
Instance near the close of tho moot
lug. It had been explained to him
thnt where his plans provided for
tho company's raising HGO.000 on
tho settler's notes, apparently nn lm-
Everything at Cost
Closing Out at
A. L. HUNTER'S
We wiU,.helprby,having-'.a beautiful
carnation for every lady who calls
.at this store&n Saturday, May 9tfr.
Special Bargainsfor Saturday:
v One pieec'of bleached table, Jf
linen, 5-1 inches wide, per yard . JVL
A fine blenched sen island cotton 1 ,
on sitle Saturday "at per yard... wL
Not over 10. yard? to any one customer.
R. M. Smith Clothing
LEAIIN THE WAY.
noo how tin) one rati eiinselontluuslj
mnlntttlii that the County Court puld
nil oxtritMiguiil print for American
Ingot lion culverts rrom tho compar
ison of prices of other oulvortn when
(ho muiioit nnd mnloi'lnlH from which
thoy uro niaiiufnotiiiod nro not men-
Win PiJ'JltiiowlodKo of llio rtirt
torliil hi qr Amorlonn Ingot Iron
cillvertn itud from mv Itmiwlmlfto of
tholr durability and lusting iiuiiIIHoh,
I hnllnvo that the comity would bo
Justified In piirchMsliig this class or
material but wholhri or nut loo iniieli
was mild for the culvert cannot bo
ascertained by eotiipirlng prices with
n cheaper grndo of culvert. l'or.un
ntly 1 Know that metal culvortu eiin
bo nurohnsml fur mom than S!o nor
bcout, Iohs than tho price asked for
lAhlorlcan Ingot Iron oulvortn hut
vlieniiitinllly or uuitorlal, durability
and lasting minlltioa nro considered.
the mutter of first price should not
bo tho governing condition, mid ns
far ns this oltlco Is concerned, wo
havo shown by tho purchase nf our
metal lliimo that wo feel Justified In
purchasing tho best material that can
Your vory truly,
Ilcall .V. Co. Statement.
The following extracts from n let
ter from lleall & Co. also have bear
ing: , "The culvert manufactured by us
Is inado from Amorlcan Ingot Iron.
Tho prices per foot as shown
lit tho circular are correct.
"The Minneapolis company hni
not, mid Is not. In u poslllir to limit
u quotation on the American lug a
Inui.Mhli'h wo furnished Crook Coun
ty. 'I'hey rould not buy (he ma
torlul from which in miilto It at miv
pilce, mid could not get posHessliui
of the culvert mado from Aiuorlrnii
lUKot lion,, tuopt by jnuulwLM'Ktciiiii
iiiiu of tho romilnrly ,iumsJW(j.
eOliMues ot. (ho iuMifliULUJ4ij$n)ii
which event thoy would have fy jiut
the huiiio price iim rluirged by k(,w
the eitlvoit fiii'iilslietl Crook Cimftti
"it (the circular) tonus nmnik as
lunch of a comparison
nf clothes mid n IK) suit
ureuce Is In (he itoods fur
"The party signing (his clrjnllitr
iissuiues that beenuso all rorruu'tod
Iron culvorls look alike, that they nro
Our presumption lu that this
eular Is being used for Political
puses. Mku most things of this c
outer. It does not toll tho (ruth, but
seeks lu convey tho luipressloii that
It Is fair mid honest on Its face, It Is
nn effort to ncousn somebody of
wrong Doing. In fact, it Is tho net
of a coward nnd n sneak."
ns a f.'l4 milt
ult. Thi jlft-furnlsheil.
Mom Children's Illirnxrs Mart Willi
HostlesNiiesH foverlslmess nu In
flamed throat and spasmodic cough
Is starting lu. (live Kotuy's Honey
nnd Tnr promplly. It helps tho chil
dren so very tnuoh, and Mrs. Hhlpps,
UiDmondsvllls, Mo., snyn " got Hue
results from It and It In a great medi
cine fur whooping rough " Patter
son Drug Co
I liuro built ctery brick house In Ilcml erected by
WOKK TIIK IlKST.
I'KICKH TIIK IX)WKST.
SATISFACTION' AIISOIXTKLY CWAItANTKEt).
,:: SAND FOR. SALE
The bcft obtalnablo nt tho lowest prices In large or
I have tho exclusive prlrllcgcn for wind In nil CO.
I. Company ditches.
possibility clso tho company would
bo doing It now, Governor West's
contemplated getting this amount
from tho Reclamation service, nnd
ho had dismissed tho latter Idea with
a rontemptous roforenco to tho years
that would clapso bo fore anything
could be got from tho reclamation
fund. Itoplylng to this. K. 0. llau
son. ot the I'. S. Reclamation Bervlco.
said thnt Immediately on receiving
tho West proposal Inst December,
Secretary Lano had sot itsldo tills
amount from tho fund iind that.it
was now Instantly available, ...
"Oh. ! did not kuow (hat.,r said
Ho spoko In Hodmond Friday, and
It Is understood, met with a cnllly
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iwumuiucu tiuiii iiuna uiiuwj i
nls may bo covered with a spoltgr
coat of sine or galvanising to protect
tho metal nnd Insuro durability. Tho
price on any ono particular culvert
will depend entirely on tho kind of
metal nnd tho amount nnd kind ot
galvanising. Tho culvorts purchased
by tho County Court nro mado ot
Amorlcan Ingot Iron which la prac
tically puro Iron, In addition to which
n vory good coat of gulranlilug Is ap
plied. In purchasing nearly a half
million iiounds of inolnl flume for
this Project wo Investigated the mor
Its of tho various kinds of metal quite
thoroughly and compared prices on
tho material. Wo found that tho
price on puro Iron, nio(n) with a heavy
cost of galvanizing was the most ex-
pensiva metal nnd wo were justlflod
In purchasing this ror tho reason
that n longer llfo ot tho metal was
Insured. Wo purchased tho same
material, the American Ingot Iron
which wax covered with a uuarantefr
to Insuro Its purity. Wo also had)
!iiivihuib ui uiu mm wnuru iim ma
terial was manufactured who mado
chemical analyses of tho material til
ed. Theso tests show that tho ma
terial was practically 00.90 per cent
Thoro aro many kinds of culvorts.
(hero aro llstod vnrlous cul
vorts.) Thoro aro perhaps hundreds
of different varieties of culverts man
ufactured by various steel plant and
manufacturing concerns. I do not
He pays for his vanity. The until
who buys a heavy car saerifiecs
(rood dollars to misplaced pride. The
prudent buyer invests in the depend
able Forth He knows it will serve
him best and at lowest cost.
Plvo hundred dollars N tho prise of tlie'Hsrd
runabouts the touring" oar U five tlft; tlioiowii
ear seven tllyf- f. o. b. Detroit, complete with
equipment. Gel catalog nnd i r Moulin from
George H- Hoover, Hand.
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PF A I FTATF
Dry, Rough and
Maple and Fir
FOR BUSINESS LOTS
FOR RESIDENCE LOTS
FOR GARDEN LOTS
For Close-in Acreage
OR. FARM LANDS
Let us show you the property SLKSIISS
conservative buyer that BEND REAL ESTATE b a conservative Investment
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Pine House and
Lath, Red Cedar
The Bend Company
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