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THE BEND BULLETIN
BUND, ORKOON, WKDNE8DAY, JULY ao, 1910.
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East and West Survey
WORK SOUTHWARD EXPECTED
, Probability That Shut-Down, Due to
Mlstsfc, Will Be e! Short Dnr-
etlen Soui'hesat Ma Nt
IhnWng Work to North.
Tle survey o( the eal-andwest
line of the Oregon Trunk Railway
tic onto the portu-and-soulh line
near Koa avenue. in the southern
part of Bend.
Contour maps of Center Addi
tion have been procured by the en
gineers for the purpose of.arrang
ing for tying on of the easterly sur
vey and the crowing of streets, etc.
On Monday evening engineers
and supplies arrived here en route
southward, The Wenandy Stable
Co. has been instructed to arrange
for transportation of supplies south
of Crcssent, where It U expected
that the Hill cngluecrs will work
toward Klamath oh a final location
from the Indian Reservation, it
bclBg known that other parties arc
starting this way fron Klamath.
It is reported, on good authority,
that the Chew & Sllke supplies are
being held in Sbsniko, while the
belief seens general among the
local railroaders not only that the
south work 'will be resumed very
soon bHt that activities on the east
arid-west line shortly will be under
way. A large force of engineer Is
engaged in relocating the line south
to the lava. Apparently some crit
ical errors were made in the orlg
Work is being carried on north
of Madras both night and day.
During the past week 35 laborers
have beta added to the force
directly north of Bend.
Camp nlong the teenntl aectleq of the
OretoH Trunk from Muliu to HcbI are
being rapidly equipped ami great loiuia
of wpfillM ami equipment are dally aent
forward from the Khanllto warehoHteaof
Henry & Mcr'ce, and owlnx to the com.
paratlvely nir con.trucllou of tblt part
of the Hue, it It expected to lmve It
nearly completed by the time the rails
reach Madraa. Shanlko Star.
DilSIRB WIDPR CROSSING,
Frotsst AraMat WMtli of dreoawood
Ave. RaXroad Crossing.
, Daring the Iwt week proteit ha been
circulated and algned by many, whoae
context, addmaed to the City Council,
la that the prottoaed width of the under
tirade railroad crowing at Greenwood
venue la Inaufficlcnt In width. While
no written agreement baa Keen entered
into between the Council and railroad
company, an Informal underttaBdlng
seeou to have been reached between the
mad enoltircr and a xclal committee
for a oo-foot paiaage way beneath the
tracks, U, V. Wltit and other signers
of the proteit, demand an 80-foot tunnel,
dtclalrlnu that Inaunuch aa the crowing
la to be the only one between Koa avc.
and the north end of the I.ylle acre
tracts it should hare the full street width,
WOULD OPEN UP SPRINOS.
Propose to Build Road Through Re
servo to Spark's Lake.
A movement is on foot for the
collection of funds with which to
build n road from the present Bend
Tumalo road to the soda spring
near Spark's Lake. J. N. Hunter,
W. 11. Staats and John Kdwards
are circulating the petition.'
It is necessary to- construct some
nine miles of road from the present
Tumalo road; 0 permit for its
building through the forest reserve
has been granted the above named
parties. It is estimated that the
work will cost in the neighborhood
of $800. When completed such a
road will be public property, as will
be all the privileges of the springs,
as well as the camping, fishing,
grazing and other rights of the ad
jacent country, subject only to the
regulations of the Forest Service.
The soda spring), which are said
to be of exceptionally high quality
and as valuable from a medical
standpoint as any in the state, are
distant from Bend, westerly, about
31 miles, from Laldlaw 33, from
Sisters 39, from Redmond 35 aud
from Prineville 50. It is expected
that the opening op of the springs
will creste a summering place that
will attract visitors not only from
the county, but from lite cutside.
For in addition to the attractions of
the springs themselves the adjacent
territory is credited with being a
veritable sportmsa's paradise and
perhaps the most beautiful to be
found os the eastern slopes of the
County Convention Notice.
Convention at Large: The So
cialists Party of the County of
Crook is called to meet in County
Convention at Prineville the 1st
day of August, 1 p. m., igio. For
the purpose of nominating a county
ticket for Crook County, and elect
delegates to the State Convention
to be held on the 7th and 8th of
Comrades, all attend the Conven
tion as we have an Important work
to do in getting before the people
of Crook county. Ladies are also
requested to attend
tS-so By Oder op Committkk.
Dance Proves UnJoyaWo Affair.
Saturday night's dance at the
Linster Variety Hall provided a
most delightful eveniug of entertain
went for the many who attended.
The Chc floor was in the best of
shape, and Wooltey's orchestra pro
vided musk which was heartily ap
plauded by all. J. B. Sherrilt was
tRStrumeutal in getting up the
Barly Saturday morning a girl
was born to Mr. and Mrs. II- J.
Banking md 1 mst Company
The statement of this Bank shows
92 PER CENT CASH RESERVE
The Bank that carries a large Cash Reserve
insures safety to the depositors.
It matters not how large a Bank may be, a
depositor should always cotislder first the Cash
reserve of the Bank he iuleuds doing business
Remember our "Motto" is Conservative Banking for Con
If you want to know your mouey is safe, deposit .
it with . .
Banking & Trust Company
PLANT IS ON ROAD MADRAS MURDER
GLGCTRIC OUTFIT DUG SOON.
Dynamo and Generator Weighing 6000
Pounds, Now Being Freighted In
From Shanlko for Bend's
New Electric Phut.
The generator and dynamo forthe
hew electric light plant is 'now on
the road from Shanlko, Freighter
Luelling is bringing in the light'
making machinery, which, It is ex
peeled, will arrive tomorrow. Con
siderable difficulty was encountered
in loading the generator, which
weighes 6,000 pounds, but this was
finally accomplished and the trip
down Cow' canyon successfully
made. In addition to the three
ton generator the same freighter is
bringing in the 2,000 pound dyna
mo. Already a great amount of
fixtures and supplies have bees re
ceived by the company here, in
cluding some four tons of material.
Manager Robertson state that ?,-
500 feet of 4-, 6- and 8-Inch pipe
have been ordered and will be
tbipped from Portland this week.
This will be used In enlarging the
present mains south on Wall street
aud continuing on into Deschutes
addition, lu co-operation with Hun
ter 8c. btaats, Its owners.
MILL AOAIN IN COMMISSION
LYNcrflNa THREATS FOLLOW.
Oesferat Austrian Murderer, Having
Shot Rajfrsad. Foreman, is Cap
tured After tClMH . Through
Neighboring W.htrt Flekts.
P. B. D. Co.' Plant Cuts First Lum
ber SWnco tho Ft re.
Yesterday the Pilot Butte Devel
opment Co.'s mill cut its first lum
ber since the destruction of the old
plant by fire on April 33rd. The
present structure is that formerly
the property of the Hightower-
Smith Co. at Gist. The machin
ery was moved from there and In
stalled on the old mill site under
the direction of C. I. Bozell.
The new equipment consists of a
90 and a 60 horse power engine, to
which will be added later one of 30
b. p.; two boilers in place, and an
other on the ground ready for in
stallation; a circhlar saw, and two
planers, one from the II.-S. mill
and one new. The plant has a
capacity of about 30,000 feet a day.
Realty Hoard Desires PubHcKy.
It now seems probable that the
Bend Realty Board will take up the
matter of tailing a publicity book
let for Bend, if possible in conjunc
tion with railroad advertising, or
dependent entirely upon itself for
the support of the undertaking. If
it be decided to get out the book a
canvas of the business men and
all Bead "boosters" will be made
and subscriptions solicited for the
Now BuMdingoNBoad Street.
C 8. Wood today began the construc
tion ot a 35130 foot building on lot 8 of
block 9 on Bond street. It will be naed
aia movie picture theater, aaya Mr.
A little iffer1" midnight Monday
morning Daniel Careugh, aa Aus
trian laborer, shot and killed his
foreman, Andrew Melrich, on the
grade work of the Oregon Truak
along Willow Creek north ol Mad
ras. On Sunday evening Caroagh
was "fired" by the foreman, who
temporarily was filling the place
of the regular boss, because his
work was unsatisfactory. ,Tbe
discharged mas trudged to Madras,
vowing vengeance on the "straw"
boss, and oace there supplied
himself with a Smith & VVes
son "44" and a liberal prim
ming of whiskey. Some hours
later, as the foreman and a com
panloa were kneeling on the ground
plugging powder into a hole, the
latter was startled by the flash of
a gun from as embankment di
rectly above tbem, and without a
cry the worker beside him sank to
the ground, as afterward devel
oped, with a bullet in his temple.
' The murderer made his escape
from the crowd of laborers who
immediately started in hU pursuit,
but evidently lost hU bearings aad
kept southward through the sage,
instead of to the north.
At seven on Sunday evening
Fred StaBtoa, of the Madras livery
firm ol Hood & Stanton, came upon
tracks in the wbeatfields six mites
south of the town. Cautiously
following these, and well-knowing
that an armed and desperate mur
derer perhaps watched his ap
proach, the Madras man crept tor
ward into one of the fields on the
Dunbrow place. Suddenly, al
most under his feet, he came upon
Carongh asleep, with his gua la
Without hesitation Sisntoa
leaped upon the murderer, grasp
ine his weapon, ani had him "cov
ered" in a twinkling.
With the Austrian marching be
fore his captor, the two soon made
their way back to Madras, only to
find a huge crowd of blood-awd
Austrian, fellows of the murdered
foreman, wildly clamoring for the
murderer's detth. Threats of
lynching were made freely, while
the suggestion was advanced and
enthusiastically received by the
foreigners that the captured man
be cut ia strips, each onlooker to
take one such as a souvenir of the
However, before the multiplying
threats ripened into awful realities
the prisoner was bustled out ef
Madras and taken to Prineville by
Sheriff Ulkias, where be how k
L. 8, HAIRD, Pres, J. W. MASTBRf. Vice Tret.
M, O, COK, Ca.hler.
We now have In stock at our mill
warehouse a full line of Standard Size
Fir and Cedar Doors and Windows,
Plain QIhss and Fancy French Plate,
Cottage Doors, Cottage Windows, Win
dow Screens, Screen 'Doors, Building
Paper, FHntkote and Mikado Roofing,
Lime and Cement. If you contemplate
building see us,
THE PILOT BUTTE
confined in the County Jail. He
refuses to discuss the crime, "No
sabi" is the extent of his answer to
questions regarding it.
SHANIKO IS BUSY GATEWAY
Many Thousand Home Seekers Pour
Into Central Oregon.
A dispatch from Sbaniko says
that based on figures supplied by
automobile and stage mea doing
business from there to interior
points, it is authentically estimated
that not loss than 3000 people go
into Centril Oregon through this
gateway every month. There are
now about 60 aatoa ia the trans
portation business, besides the nu
merous stages of the Cornell Stage
& Stable Company, carrying mail
aad passengers to the Interior. Be
sides these there are several private
machines Intermittently in the
transportation ousmess, and a
great many people travel in the old
fashioned prairie schooners.
Indeed, despite the fact that at
this, the harvest season, some de
crease la the influx ef travelers and
settlers naturally is to be ex
pected, the travel via Sbaniko ap
pears raiser to increase. Accord.
ing to those familiar with condi
tions of immigration and the settle
ment of new countries this sutuma
will see a marked increase ia the
number of Central Oregon new
comers even over the great present
That PrcMg(4 fry ike RetJatori
SAYS OLD COUNTY FAVORS II
Ato Text et tho Argument FHeel fca
tho Madras CommeroM Ctnfe
hi Favor or" tho Gen-
Following is the affirmative argu
meat filed with the Secretary o
State by Jacob Kanzler of Portland
for the Redmond Commercial Club,
ia connection with the initiative
petition for the proposed new county
of Deschutes, aaming Redmond as
the couatv seat:
We tbe naderatvaved oSccr of tbel
Redanrnd CewmercUl Clab, in behalf oil
thereafclentaot the nroeMed Countrofl
Deachate. tahwtt the following reaaona I
(Contianed on page 8. )
The First National Bank
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Overdrafts 1,713 34 Aeemata enronwa hr emteawra.
angr-ttic but of Ike Btalwrl We.
JkaktaK House mfnr aa oepW w or
Furn & Fixtures 5,000.00 .k. 4nwoi)rri wwd by
" aAMUMSMk, !.
U. S. Bonds DUd Slatrl Bond owned bf the
aad Premiums X2,700,0O Bcnal. ii item our own nfc
janajpNUca ia circulation.
Five Pet. Redemp- ' Beoahdwk Mm O. . Trtawiry o
tKHt Fuad 635.00 rekaa natUatvd aotca stat la fer re-
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ana aUC irom '&. The CoreriHet rtafec oa4f S
Other Baaka ia6,777.86 perea1oroard.po.He.
Cah capHat faiT.rt.it by our Wtfc-
Capital Steek $ 25,000.00 ISSeSoSlJ
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ftiSU.tmad rod hM aa a further
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JWa the Bieater part of ow hunt rlag. to
ProSts 58.33 '
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