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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1914)
TIIK MUNI IfttitiKTiX. I1KXI, OIIC, WKDXKSIlAY, AV(jf8T 13. toil.
pa on a.
WAR WILL i
Important Financial Authority-Points
to Many OpportunUleH for Com
mercial Development (iln tu
this Couiiliyhy Kuropenn War
Unwelcome na Is the war of the
Seven nations In Europe, and terrlute
ns will bo Us losaos In Uvea and
wealth not only to thoeo chiefly con
cerned but iHdlreotiy to all the world.
novertheleHH the great upheaval pre
sents to the United State wonderful
opportunities for prosperous dovelo
Among tho countless-nuthorlttotlvo
opinions to this effect few are more
deserving of attention than that In
the Ioudon "Statist." which wm
brought to tho attention of The Dui
letln by C. S. Hudson, of the Pint
This Important llrlttsh financial
"A great war In Europe will prob
ably bring coonomic advantages t)
tho United States. It will enable it
to soil Its great crops In places whl-U
will give much greater Income than
It thcro waJ no war.
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more or less advantage. American In
vestors and linkers should get !n
tnuch profit from the ability to jjuy
. jm- fwt .. - m -
honolU train tho position of tho weal-1
thlost nation In thff world It U essen
tial that American' investors niwuui
not only' hnvo confidence In tho fu
ture of their own counto, but also
beltevo that, war or no war, the
world will continue to progress.
"In brier, n great war In Huropo
will give tho United States an op
portunity of assuming the post -f
world hanker, by supplying cnidt.il
freely to conn tiles and Individuals li
all parts or tho globe wlih nodd It
and onn, provide the required utur
Ity. Should tho American poopla
take advantage of tho gohlou oppnr
tunlly afforded them by tho nntbroak
of war. It .will moan not diminished
but Increased prosperity for the
REPORT IS IDE
' IS CUT ,
lmek from Europe great quantities of I in whollv undenominational In char-
securities ai niiracuvo prices in pui
ment Tor foodstuffs and raw materi-tl
exported from tho United States.
The United States can become, as
It has this week, the world's grei:
est market for capital, and If tho
American people rise to their oppor
tunity they can do a great deal to
mitigate tho dlsnstorous economic
consequences which would otherwise
result in many countries from a great
It is obvious that for tho time btir
ing the money markets of Europe
will be closed to the demands for no
capital of Canada. Brazil. Argentina,
Mexico and other countries, and nt
such a time the prestige of the Unit
ed States would be Immensely en
hanced If It were to tako the place
of Europe and meet the pressing
needs of there borrowing countries.
"It Is iiosslble that the Unltei
States may participate In the great
loans that will have to bo raised la
Europe if almost the whole continent
becomes engaged In war. Possibly
tho participation will be Indirect
rather than direct.
"For tho United States to gain
Wot-k of OroKon Awclntln N Pc-
Kcrlb'cd by J. O. lUclinnNon.
In the Interests of tho Oregon, Pris
oners" Aid Society J. O. Ulchardson,
Its traveling rvpresotuatlvc. has been
In Bend for tho past few days ex
plaining the work of the orgonUutlon
nn.l seeking funds for It. Sunday
morning Mr. Richardson addressed n
smnll gathering at the Baptist church
and again that night and Inst night
he spoke to audiences In local churc'i
os. The society was organized to holp
released prisoners toward a now sta.i
In life and to caro tor tbo families of
prisoners who lack moans of support.
In 1913. according to a report glvon
out Uy Mr. Ulchnrdson. US released
prisoners nnd.-M families wore cnrml
for by tho society nnd assistance of
various sorts given.
Tho Hoclety Is itow making ar
rangements for representation In
each of tho counties of the stoto, ex
pecting to havo nt each county sent
an attorney and a committee to In
vestigate cases. In addition It w'U
have an employment committee for
the purpose of finding employment
for relcasod prisoners. Tho society
acter. having on Its lioard of dlroc
tors prominent Portland men repre
senting every religious view.
Bend Butter Is Best on Bread.
China and glassware. Skuse Hard
ware Company. Adv.
THE UIOHT PAINT VOW KYKIIY
. . snnucH.
Painting should be eonslderod. w
an Investment. You get out of 't
value In proportion to what you put
In. If you buy ordinary paint It will
only be a short time until vou will
have to repaint. If you get Shorwiu
Witllams paint you are sure of the
right paint: you will havo a paint
that will wear that will glvo tho
surface on which it la UBcd a finish
that will last;, that will outwear or
dinary paints three to one. and tho
first coat Is only a trifle more. Wo
recommend Shorwin-WlllIamB Paints
for ever' palntable surface as tho
host and cheapest In tho long run.
N. P. Welder, local agent. Bend. Ore
Secretary of Interior 'lifiirnt (lover
! nor Wcst'lteMilta ot lnwvflgatlon
of Xoith. Canal- Project Will
Cost MUlton llotbirsto.PluUh.
News dispatches froin Snlom - r.
port that Governor West has recolv
od from the Interior DepArtfyeut h
copy ot the report made by engineers
on behalf of tho Keolamntlon Survive
ot tho North Cnnnl unit or tho C O.
I. Co. segregation. The report will
come before the Desert Land Board
The company offered lo surrender
one hair of tho aoKreitntton. touether
with the now drtin ami feed eaualr o
contly constructed, upon being reim
bursed for ltd expenditure. It claim
ed to have expended In works upon
tho said unit about JII5.000 and th.it
further sums had leen expended In
preliminary surveys, development
overhead charges, etc., and claimed
that 3300.000 would be n fair price
for the surrender of the properties.
It was Intended that said sum would
be used to complete the other halt of
tho company's project.
The matter was submitted to Sec
retory Iane for Investigation with u
view to completing the projwt
lb rough slate nad federal co-open-tlon.
The reporting engineers find
tho amount expended In works to bo
9230.000. but make no allowance
tor preliminary surveys or other ex
penditures connected with Iho devel
opment of the project. The report
says that the snltl works could Im re
produced today for JIM. 000 and
recommends that this figure be ac
cepted as tho value of tho plant.'
Tho report suggests a p'nn where
bv this amount can be redueed. Tho
plan Is to servo both the north canr-l
and Pilot Butte lands to a certain ox
tent through the north canal, and
apportion the abovn cost of works tu
both si-stems; also to charge off an
amount to cover certain other lands
of the company which could be Irri
gated from the north canal. Under
this plan tho amount In cash to bo
paid lo the rompnnv would be re
duced to $50,000.00 A total of
31.200.000 will be required to com
plete the portion surrendered to the
state. This would be at the rate of
$32 per acre.
mVl'ltH TO HtlMtlt IN PIIOIiTH
I.OUKU PltlCKH OS 1U1ID I-MIH
urrnptiin from August 1. 1011. lo August
191.V and guaranteed ugnlunt any
during that time: ,
Tmirlnjr Car '"J
Tonn Cur , ,.mn
V. O. II. Detroit, nil cars fully equipped,
(In United 8tate of. Amurlaft only)
Further, wo will lie alilo to obtain tho mux!
in it in otllclenoy-lii our fuctory production,' and
the minimum cost In our purohanlng and salts
departments ir wo can roach an output of
300.000 cara between the above dates.
And should wo reach this production, wo
agree to pay as tho buyer's share fioni $10 lo
$60 per otir (on or nhout August 1, 1018) to
every retail hujor who purchases n now Ford
car between August 1, 1911 and AtiKUHt 1,
For further particulars regarding thoso low
price and prolll.sharliig plan, see the nearest
Ford Brnnoli or Doaler.
POltD MOTOIl COMPANY
MAKING AUTO ROAO
II ! Ill !
Work at t'rnno Prairie Will Open
I'criimncnt Way 1" Hanger Station.
Crane Prairie oh n camping place Bralrlo being tho
stalled at Iho cow vnmp. and n now
que Is about in place at the HUllon.
Tin; niti: sitiation.
Kw now forest llrrn have Im.cu re-
! uorted todav. n small olio nenr Crnne
Is becoming more nnd more popular
oncli )enr, aud this seuson those who
go In with autos huvo been especially
fortunate, broause tho exception
ally dry weather has tnado It pcumlbls
to travel aver most of the Prsirlo In
cars, and even to get to lava Uike.
However, when the Purest Sor
vict has llnlshed tho work It la now
engaged In, autos can ulways roach
the uppor end of the I'ralrle and the
raugor station. An excellent auto
road Is being built from the lower
end of the Bralrlo to the station,
skirting through the timber on high
ground and avoiding all the aw amity
places which formerly haye obstruct
ed auto passage.
Forest Guard W. J. Usher has been
at this work for some time and esti
mates that tho road up tho easterly,
or near, side will be ready tu use. '.n
altout a month. The work done s
most thorough-going; nil rocks am
taken out, nnd when trees are out
Mr. Usher has romoved the slumps'
seieral Inches below tho ground, so
that thcro will be no possibility of
dllllcully with- high centers, as Is the
case on so many other forest ronds.
The new roud goes from the oow
camp to tho ranger station, and he
low tho camp the old road will bo
Improved. A now bridge will bo In-
The heav smoke
town yesterday was. from u JuitlpQf
ih llrb iflmr Cllne UnlM,
ami sago brush llrb nim
' Drawina Material.
t&Whnt huve you got III Ituit
M didn't know joii were an artNt.""
f'Artfrt nothing! It contnliu n eotipjc
of jwlrs of forifiw the doiitltt aitked
me to svt for hlm."llontoiiTTMiiK,rlpt.
Nothing to Offr.
"Have ytMi." Ml.etl the Jmlge of a re.
rently eonvktwl man. "rtuytlilug Id of
fer the court before senlenie l hi4.
"No. your honor." replied the prison
r. "My lawyer look my but farthlnir."
To Clssn Molhr.of.prl.
'otierofH'iirl nrtlele that' have
become dull ami blurred' limy Ik re
storinl by clrniilns them wlih pure
olive oil. then itppljlug the ordinary
nullbnuh and rubbing nitli chamois.
Bend flutter Is Best on Bread.
PIUKCTOllY OF OFFICIIiH.
United fltn.l5? . '
President ...... -WiiinliOW 'SVllsW'
Vlco President. .Tliommi It. Mnrslnt
Hooi'otnry of Btnlo . , . . . W. J. Brynn
Hoorolnry of Nnvy . ..loHophtis Dliulobt
Ueeroliiry of War . ;..U, M. OhfrUon
Hecrolarj of IiitorUfr . . . .F. IC Une
Hccroinry AWrloiiHurA 1). F. Houston
Secretary uf Treasury ,W. F. MoAdoo
Huoretnry Commvroo . ,ty. 0. llodfleld
SvuieliUy Of JfbOr VA B. 'l!nQli
,........ n.nii.Hl liiu f nllnvllAlila
,tllllllV UUHUIMI ,,Ml.n. iwi.v( .. .......
I'ostmuster (lenornl .Albert Burleson
Governor Oswald Wost
Soaretnry or Btnlo ....II. W. Olcott
Treasurer TIiob. II, Ka
Atty lloucral ......A. M. CrnwforA
Superintendent IMllillc Instruction . .
J. A. Churchill
Statu printer It. A. Harris
CninimsHloiiui lvbor Statlstlos ....
O. P. Hoff
tlBino arden W. U. Fluluy
State KnKliieer .John II. Iwl
United States Senators ...........
Oeomo H. QhaiulwrUIn
Harry W. I.n-i
Congrossmeit A. W, Lnmirty
N. H. Sliiuntt
.,.,, , ,, A, Haw "ey
Circuit Court Judge W. I llradsuaw
Dlstriat Aitornor W. II. Wlrts
County Judx . Kprlnger
Clerk Warrun Bniwo
Hhorlff Frank Hikla
Troasuror ltnlph Jordan
Assessor ........ .H. A. Ioier
School Stipt. . . , .J. if. Myen
Coroner P. 11. Pnlndexler
Survejor . . Fred A. Itlee
Conimls4lonrs It. 11 Uayly
WHIIa W. Brown
The Court s.
Cltcult Meets tlrnt Monday In
September and December and sceeud
Monday In March.
Probate Meets first Monday In
Commissioners' Moots first Wed
nesday In January. March, May, July,
tkipleiuber. November and December.
Ilenil Helmut District No. tM,
Directors. . . .Clnle M. McKay, Chmn
J. N. Hunter
II. M. Smith
Clork H. J. Orcrturt
City of Jlcud.
Mayor 11. A. Miller
Itcoordcr . . . , II, 0. Kills
Treasurer... .....Mary 15. Coleman
Chief of I'oilc 8. H. Hobert4
City attorney V. A. Porbe
Clt Hnglueer .... George S. Young
City physician Dr. U. C. Cue
Counollmen ..........II. li Allen
A. S. Collins
M. D. Knutsen
J. D. Davidson
,.K, A. Sather
Joollreof the Pence.
Bond I'reclliat J. A. Hastes
' Bend Butter Is Best on Bread:
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I REAL ESTATE!
h! ((, ft !!
n 1 1 .
Dry, Rough and
Maple and Fir .
FOR BUSINESS LOTS
FOR RESIDENCE LOTS
FOR GARDEN LOTS
, For Close-in Acreage
FOR. FARM LANDS
Let us show you the property jk t" rant
conservative buyer that BEND REAL ESTATE is a conservative invstment
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Pine House and
Irrigation Spout, '
Lath, Red Cedar H
VS -J Shingles
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b lhe Bend company ,
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