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THE BEND BULLETIN.
JJIJNI). OKHOON, WKDNKSDAY, MARCH i, 1911.
Local Citizens Subscribe Generously Work To Be
Commenced at Once--Ald Expected From Set
tlers Benefits To All In Affected Territory.
Huiul luw Htnrtoil tlm k'hmI work Kunarously. 1ji ovory settlor
111 1110 houwioiwi country jiut Ms shoulder to tliu wheel. Thu
turn will lw ton-fold.
On Thursday iilnlit nt n Kononil
meeting hold In the Commercial Cluh
rooms tliu mutter of tho HoriiMiiirns
roml was taken up with enthusiasm
liy tliu 115 Huiul citizens in itltonil
unco. Tint moHt ImjMirtnnt nmiilt of
tlm ineotliiK wiw tliu subscription, nt
tliu meeting, of $:i:ir to start tliu
ruiul'innkintr work, which amount
wiw Increased to $0:10 tho next day
by tliu committee, who cjinviuuui
President Patterson Ixjlnjr. absent
J. K. Sawhlll acted iw chnlrtnan.
After hearing an interesting and
Vttlunhlu rojxirt from K. W. lUchanl.
iin mill W. W. Orcutt. who had junt
returned from viewing out feasible
road route to tho Harnoy County
line, 11 general (IIhcumIoii of tho bout
ways and moan of taking up the
mutter wiw IiuIuIkikI In.
Among tliu Kakum was J. N.
.Springer, Travelling Freight Agent
of tho Grout Northern, who dwelt
uijHfcIuIly uhiii tho groat value of
t'io wool-ahlpplng trndo from Ilund
that would Ihi encouraged by the
Installation of tho road. All thin in
nil long-haul ntuir, chiefly going to
Boston, nnd olrorlng substantial
profiU to tho railroad.
With tho completion of tho road
practically It In ussutpl that Bond will
liocotno U10 freight shipping and re
ceiving point for nil Duma tonniiKo,
111 well as that of the vat Interven
Settlors living In tho homestead
country along tho roml wuro pronont
and oko concerning thu great ad
vantages tho Uirotigh routw would
work for thoin mid tholr neighbors.
Assurance waa given that much labor
UK)ii thu now undertaking would Ikj
contributed by settlors along the
route, probably doubling tho nmount
of tho aulMtcriptlon Hot.
Judge Kills of tho County Court
spoke briefly, saying hu believed
county co-oH)ration could bo do
tended upon aftur Bond hnd start
ed tho undertaking.
A committee, consisting of K. A.
Sathor, A. M. Ijtra and J. N. Hunt
tor waa nppolntod by tho chair, on
motion, to collect funila. Tho full
Hat of subscriptions la given below.
To thla committcu wna added K. W.
Ulchardaon, the four to Uiko charge
of Inaugurating thu work.
It waa hoped to Htart n crow yos
terday, but anow nnd cold weather
madu a delay apear ndviaablu.
Frank May will do thu aurvoy work.
Mr. Itlchiirdson will bo in charge.
Cloth lings with "Ilond-Hurna Kond"
printed upon them, will bo Uicki.nl
on stake along tho untlro route,
it la aurvuyed out.
1st Nnt'l Hank
A. M. Ijihi & Co.
K. A. Suthor
J. II. Wonandy
Bond Hardware Co.
Doschutos Bkg. & Tr
Pilot Butte Dov. Co.
It. M. Smith Clothing Co.
H. J. Overturf
P. C. Itowluu (In Ubor)
J. N. Hunter
S. C. Cnldwoll
N. P. Smith
I'ntturaon Drug Co.
Chaa. I). Kowu
V. C. Hah
L. I). Wloat
J. II. Willlama
Myers & Wilkuy
Holme & Smith
A. L. French
M. S. IJittln
0. A. Thoraon
C. L. Hotnling
L. A. Shaw
J. I'. Johnaon
J. H. Stewart
J. I, Snrlngur
II. C. Kills
II. A. Millor
It. B. Could
George S. Young
J. W. White
NUW MIND MAP ISSUIH).
Elmur Niawonger nnd L. D. Wloat
have published an extensive map for
Bend mid vicinity, allowing ovory
platted tract ndjncont to tho town,
the river, cmiala, nnd railroad tracks,
doKt, etc. Thu map la produced In
three colora, auction nnd township
linos being in retl, tho river nnd
Until You are Pinched for Monoy and then
Como to tho Bank an Absolute Stranger and
Expect Us to Accommodate You
WHY? Because we must know
our borrowers before they
WHY? Because we are loaning
our depositors' money along
with our own and we must
be absolutely sure that all
our loans are safe ones.
Why not lc a ilcpoltor flrit, then we have n ctmice to net
acquainted with you ami when money l urrilcil we ate in" i
xiilon to extent! you credit. Do It now. .Start n lUnk ac
count with tit. lly doing thU you u 11 help u anil wc will help you.
Banking & Trust Company
Of Bend, Oregon
Conservative Banking for Conservative People."
h. H. HAIIU), (president) J. W. MASTltKS, (Vice Preildcnt)
1'. O. MINOR, (Secretary)
I) 1 r u c x o r s:
I,. 1). IlAIItD, 1'. O, M1NOK, S. V. 11AIRI).
numlH in blue, nnd thu utrceOi,
blockH, etc., in black. In addition
there in printed on the mnp mi ex
tuiiHlvo"Bomurkn and Kxplnnatlunu,"
giving all vital data concerning the
groin (I covered by tho map.
ROUTES ARE CHANGED
Mali Service In Crook County In
Thu dally mail route between
Antelope mid Mitchell luw been dix-
continued. HereafUir Antelope will
bo Hupplled daily from Shuniko.
Tho HolKlerMadruH lino him lteen
cut olF at YoungH, tompornrlly leav
ing IIolnler and thu Trout Creek
country without regular iturvicc.
liny Creek will bo supplied from
A iMJtltion, which orlgnutod in
Hodiuoiid, luw been circulated here
by BoMtmiutlur Minor, nuking that 11
iMjtter mall Bervlco bo oUiblincd for
Interior Oregon point than now ex
IhU by way of Shnnlko. The pur
jmjho of Uie iwtltlon In to secure di
rect norvlcc from the railroad nt
A nimllar jwtltlon brut been circu
lated nt other Centrnl Oregon Uiwiim.
At I'rinuvillo the iKitloners imk for
an nuto-mnil line from MetoiiuH.
THROUGH CARS HER
Houhc Hill No. Mil, providing
for fundn for the oUd)!llirncnt
of nn exjiorimonUil agricultural
Htition in Kiuitern Oregon linx
been paM'd, 'litis Miction needH
thatHtiition and needR It badly.
IjL everyonu write to IiIh repre
wjnLatlve nuking for it.
GIR.LS HAVE GAME
Freight .May Take Hut llflcen Day
Ijut Thursday Travelling Freight
Agent, J. N. Springer of thu Great
Korthurn wax in HondnollcitingbuH-
InoM for tho O. T. Ky. nnd G. N.
The particular puroso of his visit
wiw to investigate tho amount of
Hhipplng done from eastern freight
distributing poinU to Central Oregon
towns. It Is his company's desire
to hnve through merchandise cars
started dally from Chicago nnd the
Twin Cities for Central Oregon.
Thoo would Ihi brought direct to
Uie Oregon Trunk, nnd their con
tents dulivured nlong its route.
Some f000 pounds of total Cuntrnl
Oregon shlpmunt would bo required
dally. If It proves imixmiblo for
such rn amount to bo counted on,
for some months, probnbly the
through cars will bo operated every
It is ustimnted thnt such cars will
take 15 dnys in making U10 trip
from Chicago to Bond.
There will bo o meeting of farm
ers and all others intoroated on Sat
urday afternoon, March 11th In tho
Commorclal Club rooms, for tho
purpose of organizing n company to
install a cromuory.
lUg Kelurna I'rom liaskct Hall Content
and Hapket Social.
The basket ball game Thursday
evening at Llnsters's Hall between
the White nnd Illuo learns of Uie
(kind Girls Athletic Association re
sulted In a score of B-l, In favor of
tho Whites. After th gnmo Uie
basket social was hold, and the or
ganization received $87.M) for the
2C baskeU auctlonod.
J. I. Wost acted as auctioneer and
with the assistance1 of two clerics
managed to sell all Uiu baskets in
short time. There was much spirit
ed bidding, and several buyers were
forced to pay large prices. The
highest price received for one bas
ket was $10.25. After the baske.U
were all sold the members of the
club served coffee to all present.
The sale of candy amounted to $6.
Thu banket ball game proved to
bo very' close and was marked
throughout by steady playing- Mrs.
W. W. Knulknor olllcinted as rof
ereo. There was a good attendance
nt the game, Uie admissions amount
ing to $26.00.
The line-up follows:
Angeline Young rf Mnrgnret Wiest
Nellie Market If Florence Young
Mrs. M. S. Lnttiri Ig Hnrrict UolMin
Ada I'ortur rg Gertrude Markel
Anno Market c Cornelia Wilson
LAND PLASTER NEAR
FREIGHT RATES iE IW IN FORGE
Oregon Trunk Tariff Shows Big Saving Over The
Old Shanlko Routc--Passenger Service Com
mences, With Low Fares From East.
Today the freight ratos on tho road In the West a parlor car will
Ueml Alan Will Milt It For Local Con
sumption. Thnt Bend and this section of the
Deschutes Valley will have all the
land plaster it can use, and have it
cheaply, is the assertion of C. II.
Mr. Krickson is intorostod in large
plastor deposits nt Bear Creek Butte,
30 milus east of Bend. He says mill
machinery is ordered and will bo in
stalled by April 15th, the mill hav
ing u daily capacity of 30 tons.
About all that has to bo done to tho
plaster is to crush it, when it is
roady for use.
'Die plaster has been tested by
muny exjHrts, among the tests be
ing ones made at Washington, D. C.
and nt Oregon Agricultural College
laboratories. All show the land
plastor to be of Uie highest ofllcioncy,
says Mr. hrickson. in audition,
small quantities have been tested on
various pieces of ground with grat
ifying results. Some -100 ncros are
owned by tho promotors of the en
terprise, all Including heavy plaster
deposits. It is believed the plaster
will be sold nt n figure not to ex
ceed $10 a ton, at tho mill.
Oregon Trunk Hallway, between
Portland and Mctolfus go into effect.
A complete synopsis of tho new rate,
and n comparison of the old Shoniko
rates, Is given below.
In addition to the freight tariff's,
General Freight & Pasnongor Agent
Coman made announcement of the
The Huwongcr service will consist
of two trains daily, passongors leav
ing Madras nt 7:45 in the morning
and arriving in Portland at 8:15 In
the evening, and Portland at 9
clock In Uie morning, arriving at
Madras at 8:30 in Uie evening. Be
tween Portland and Fallbridge, on
Uie Columbia, passengers will travel
on tho Inland Empire express of the
North Bank. The river will be
crossed on Uie steamor Norma and
at Moody on Uie Oregon shore pass
engers will step into the coaches of
Uie Oregon Trunk. Tills transfor
will be eliminated wiUi Uie comple
tion of Uie steel bridge across Uie
Columbia this summor.
The equlpmont of Uie Oregon
Trunk trains will consist of a com
bination car, day coachos and a
smoker unUl completion of Uie
bridge across the Columbia, when
more equlpmont will be added. For
the first time upon any new branch
be included in U10 initial equipment
of Uie Oregon Trunk Railway.
It is believed that Uie run between
Portland and Madras will bo made
in eight hours as soon as Uie road
bed is properly ballasted.
Since February 22nd there has
been passenger accomodation on U e
O. T. Ily., leaving Fallbridge at 5
a. m., one coach being hitched on to
a construction or 'Wing" train.
The trip to Madras on several oc
casions has consumed 18 hours.
Already Bend and other interior
points are feeling the increase of trav
el due to Uie opening of railroaJ
transportaUon. It is expected thnt
March will establish a record Cen
tral Oregon immigraUon. On
March 10th 200 setUcra leave Chi
cago direct for Uie Deschutes Vo -ley.
All colonist rates from Uie East
will apply to Central Oregon points,
by special ruling of the Interstate
Commorcc Commission. This means
Uie fare from St. Paul to,Metolius
wilt be $25, and from Chicago $23.
Passengers will be routed direct.
General Passenger Agent Coman
states that eventually a 12-hour
sarvscc will be operated between
PorUand and Burns.
The doss rates between PorUand and Madras or Metoliua ore as fol
lows, in cents per 100 lbs, also between PorUand and Shanlko.
Class 1.2 346ABCDE
1 j. 2 I 3
9G 82 C7
92 78 64
Potrland-Madras commodity rates are as follows, in carloads, In cents
por 100 lbs, also PorUand and Shanlko:
Item 1 2 3 4 5 1 C
18 20 20 24 20 17
IG 18 18 23 18 15)4
The PorUand-Shanlko ratos are givon for purposes of comparison: all
PorUand freight for Interior points hlthorto has been subject to their
provisions. The Shaniko-Madras wagon freight has been about $1.25 a
hundred, on Uie average.
Explanation: Itom No. 1 Includes: Grain, flax seed, flour and mill feed.
Item No. 2: Potatoes and onions.
Itom No. 3: Lumber, shingles, poles, timbers, fence posts, ties, etc.
Itom No. 4: Salt Item No. 5: Hay or straw. Item No. G: Coal
Articlos not specified take class rates. Minimum welghtes to which
those ratos apply are: Grain, flour and mill feed, 30,000 lbs each; po
tatoos and onions, 30,000 lbs; salt, 40,000 lbs; hay and straw, from 17,000
to 22,000 lbs; coal, 40,000 lbs. ,
Live stock commodity rates, (In dollars per 36-ft G-ln car): Portland
to Madras-Mctolius, horsos and mules, $G9.00; catUe, calves, hogs, sheep,
ami goats, $00.00.
All Kinds of Furniture nnd Cabinet
Work. All Work Fully Guaranteed
SEE US BEFORE,
J. A. HAZUKA ART PROCTOR
W. M. McQREQOR
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND. OREGON
Or. U. O. COE. Hrldnt C A. BATHER, Vic Prtldnl
O. 8. HUD80N. Cathitr
Capital fullr Pld 28,000
8lockholdr' liability (26.000
Surplua - - - S5.QOO
1 Jr l J Was a Prosperous Year.
IG 1 1
7 11 Should Be More So.
Are you prepared to take advantage k
of the opportunities which will come f
to the man with a Ilaulc Account.
H not, ttart an account today, with the 1'irit
National Hunk ot Ueml. Tlii Hank ii under the
bupcrviiton of the United State Government,
hut an much a part of the Government aa the
Post Offices, All our Ioju. investment and our
Policy are Hilijtct to Goveriuiiei.t turervitou
and approval. We try to run the Bank so that
all matter will uteet with the full unction of the
Government, and solicit your butiuess ou that
tj LM R R C T O R S:
UP V. C. COK K- A. SATUKK C S. HUDSON
J'. P. SMITH
II. C. BI.US
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