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THE BEND BULLETIN.
HKNIJ, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AI'KII. 10, 1011.
Credit Wl I Not lie .Intended To Cuilo-
mrr Who Tall to lay Account
Within Slity Daya Tlrot, iHTcept
Under Special Arrangi menl
Permanent nriranluttlon of the
lleml Merchant' Protective AmocIii
tlon wn vHt'Ctvil April thirteenth.
A conmltutlon nml hylnwH were
adopted, nnil tliu following oIIIi'cth
A. M. Ijtra, President; 0. M. I'm
teriwn, Vlcc-ProHldent; Floyd Do
inent. Secretary; l(. M. Smith,
Trrmoiier; E. A. Slither. S. ('. (al.l
well, It. O'Uonni'll, Director).
TIhhh! aIkiiIiik the constitution
!:. A. Slither. S. C. Ciil.lwell. II.
J. Kirjcleittoii, O'Donnell Hroit., A.M.
Ijirn & Co., N. I. .Smith, J. V. Tajr
Karl & Co., A. I.. 1'ieiicli, Overturf
DnvlK-.MIIIet Co., The Item) lliilletln,
Hend liarwiire' Co., ThompHon &
Kennedy. Chan, lloyd. CIiiih. I).
In forming the aotutdutlon the
inerchantK have two main object:
T protect (huinitelviw ly rule Mini
ifKulntionH Kovurninc the exteiiHlon
f( credit, and to originate and
iuwIhI in plnni for the commeicial
upbuilding of Hend.
A iMilivy Im Hilopteil toward delln
HH-nt account, whkh l ttod In
the following by-law:
"No nwdilu-r nf tlw Hwdtliin
nSnll extend eiwlit to Mny iierwHt
shi' ohiih' apH"rn on tin delln
tiunt Hat of the MttdMtiHi." "Any
jK'raon who InilnlitedihNW to amy
InkMiilKT of thli HatMiclMtion ahull re
main wnill for a imrliMl of 4xty
Ik or mom (txeept hy h'IhI
arrangement of the member with
Mich peraon) idiall Ih din-lured de
linquent." The AMtociHtlon Im no rule gulnt
the extenaion of long credit by eon
tiact ! other apwlul arrangement.
It i the hindm of the lumnl of
ilirectont to m that no tuie in un
fairly put on the delinquent lint.
Another liylMW rcwda: "No iiiviii
lerof the Hwa'iatJon hhall Hulworibe
i r donate inoitey.goodrt or chattel to
liny kivou. committee or organiiui
ttoii making a general tudlcitntiuii of
the city for fuiida.or euivalent, for
any purKH' whatsoever. iiiiImw xuclt
norsoii. committee oh oriraiiiHition
rball have Unit weured from the
Iwatdof director! a certillcate of
Mo regulation or price ih thought
THAT INTEIIKST YOU, RELATIVE
TO HANKS AND HANKING
provide an absolutely safe place to deiwsit your money.
are not an experiment but a grown, really existing reality.
return your money (all of it) on demand.
are prosperous as well as progressive, and MERIT WINS.
Bivc you the best of service as the result of long experience.
do not mimic, or meet, but create, originate and raise.
appreciate accounts, large or small, and we are sure you can
not commit a better act than opening an account at once with
Banking & Trust Company'
Of Bend, Oregon
"Conservative Banking for Conservative People."
1.. B. HAIRD. (l-rcsblrtit) J. W. MASTHRS, (Vice Picslilcnt)
J'. O, MINOR, (Secretary)
Dihkctoka: - '
h. n. HAIltn, V. O. MINOR, H. V. BAIRD.
of hy the mwociatlon, and kucIi Ih
poidtlvely no part of it purpow;.
The tendency will he, on the con
'trary, to lower pilceu through a
muie economical handling of credit.
BANQUET FOR VISITORS
Railroad Attn Hnlarlalnrd Under
Auipkta uf Commercial Club,
Monday evening u party of Hill
nnii'lalu arrived in Hend, mid were
ontertulncd at nn informal banquet
at the Hotel Hend, prepared on a
few hour' notice under the -pointer
ahlp of Uie llcnd Commercial Club.
The KuentK of honor were W. K.
Coman, tieneral Freight and Puh.
Agent of the Oregon Trunk; W. C.
Wllkeit, Aunt. Freight Agent; Kalph
lludd, Chief Engineer; O.W. Taylor.
I'reri. of the Ituth Truxt Co. of
rortland; Aunt. Kngineer llaxter;
l.yman (SiIkwoM, engineer in charge
of work Mtuth of Mndru, and M.
MrKce, of the contracting firm of
Henry A: Melee, riftyfuur wit
down to tho npiead. Ilrielly Intio
ducetl by Manager Suwliill of the
Commeicial Cluh, MewrH. Coiniin,
lludd. Taylor and Wllken noke for
the vlnitorH. A. 0. Hunter, inlilrenn
ing the gathering on behalf of Hend,
in IiIh nK'ecliel(Mucntly hetting forth
llend'it appreciation of what it owen
Uie railroad and the constructive
geniuMof J. J. Hill.
All the viHitingHHiakerMexpre4wl
great pletuturc at the reception ac
corded them, and e)ecially at the
apletidld "Head Spirit" iluinonntnU
id. "Trackluyiug rocordu will he
broken wlten we get McnniH Crooked
lllver hiwI huNiled for Howd," pre
dlcte.1 Chief l-iglner lludd.
During th lMVUel the Iwml
WILL VISIT BEND
I'uitland I'ulillclly .Man Starta nn
On a publiaity proncliing tour
which will include all the towiw of
Central and Kuxtern Oregon, .Intmw
.1. Snyer of the Oregon Develop
meiil lwgue left I'ortlHild Satur
day. He will travel 21(H) in Ik,
urging the formation of commercial
ImmIIo ami alHIiation by them with
tin Development Ixxigue.
Mr. Suyer will vlull Hend and
confer with Secretary Siiwhlll of
the local club. On hi trip he will
travel over the new llcndl.urm
nun I. The tour of Mr. Sayer in
exacted to nwult in bringing about
more elfective exploiting of the
uriMtttlcd Mirtloi)H of the Mute.
Satuiday night, April 'J'J.nt I.Iiih
BEND COMPANr BEGINS WORK
Chiefs of New Organization Start Active
Operations Lower Prices and De
velopment Policy Announced.
Thurmlay night A. 0. Hunter arrived from i'ortlund to take up ac
tive work here mi the head of the real entxite department of the new
"We are not In a hurry to ncll anything," wild. Mr. Hunter yenU'r
day. "On the contrary, we are content to go nlow. Why? JuHt be
cuiuh! we feel that In a way we're losing money on what we ell now
It'll he worth ho much more In a few month. However, the chief rea
ou 1 came in at once Im to give local eople lint chance at everything."
Mr. Hunter wiyn Uie new company will inaugurate a vigor oun pub
licity campaign. It Ih the intention to Ikmuc much advertising matter
and to keep Hend In the public eye.
"We've cut priced conniderahly," mild Mr. Hunter. "In fact, a cut
of probably $200,000 ban !cen made from the total price of lots in Hend
and our addition hh chcdulcd by Frank HolerUon, manager of the old
The progrotM made with the IJeiid-HtirnH road came In for a nhnre
of entliUMliiHtlc comment on the part of both Mr. Hunter and Mr. McKay.
Iloth are agreed that the centering of thin big Harney County Importing
and cxHrt!ng bunlnciw here, In addition to that which Inevitably will
come from the enormous territory to the aouth, will add a wonderful im
HUiK to Hetd'H development.
"Kclng the termlntiH will'lielp Hend limnwwurnbly, bringing to it a
tremundouH buxinuM," xnld Mr. Hunter. ''Hut what in even more Im
iKirUint Im the character of the men now financially tntcrextcd In the town.
'Hie fact that two of the largeiit timber companion operating in Central
Oregon have a big interest In Hend alone Ik enough to iuure a great
J. M. Ijiwrence, general manager of the company, arrived Sunday
I. O. O. F. ANNIVERSARY
Hend l.mlce to Hold Public lixercUc
Ncl lucJy livening.
Tlie I.k-mI lodxe I. O. O. F. will
olwerve th' Miinlvenmry of Odd Fel
lowship at tin? church next Wcdneit
day at K p. m. The following pro
Krnm has Imhmi Hrninvrcl:
Iteailfnj; Mrs. A. I.. French.
.Music Mrs. J. II. Wenandy.
Hemarks Mayor U. C. Coo.
Music .Mm. Z. W. I.indbonj.
AtldroM Itev. .1. Anthony Mitch
oil. Subject: "Something of the
Principle ami Work of Odd Fellow
Miwic Mb. Iva Want.
The public In cordially invited to
I'INUSr IN INIliKIOK.
Hy the aildition of a handsome K't
uf mirrorH and a new chnir to their
m,ui..rn i.nriu.r .!... .-,.. ..n.i
the remodeling of one of their well
npiiointcd bath rooms, lnne&s &
Duvhlwin now have the most at-,
tractive and lumt apiwinttsl burlier
shop In Central Oregon.
00 TO N. P. SMITH FOR YOUR
All Kinds of
FISHING. RODS, REELS
Every tiling yoy need to
the big fish. My
N. P. Smith
MUCH CASH PROMISED
Commcrclnl Cltib .Mtctlnc li Scene of
At meeting of the Hend Com
mercial Club ItMt night $1272 er
your wail uMcribel for the upiort
of thu organisation by thow pres
ent. TiiU tiMik the form of monthly
. eonUMutioiw in nddition to.
monthly duo of' $1,' $10f n nAn
The committee nppolnted to cir
culate the petition, .Mewix. Iira,
Hotallug hihI Caldwell, will work
with it thirf week, and exjiect to
double thu amount inibtcriboI by
thou at the meeting. The lint of
nulMcrlherx will lw iniblMied ne.xt
Alxwt DO inuiidx)r.s are in the
club. It in o.K)eted to increuse
tliix number greatly.
j lie leature ot tne meeting win
an addresri by
A. O. Hunter, who
1lK,,e nt 80'" length concerning the
IH-'woncI nml backing of tlie Hend
its plans and Hend's
WASiUNcrroN, April !. Census
Director Durand issued today the
catch the little and
prices are right.
first official Rtiiternent from the
CenHU Hureau relative to the agri
cultural utatintlcs of the Mtiito of
Oregon collected at the Thirteenth
Ihccnnlnl United Suites Censuii,
April in, 1010.
The number of farms reported n
1010 was 45,128 an compared with
35.M7 In 1000, an lncrcac of 9,201,
or 20 per cent. The total value of
farm land and buildings was Vivcn
in 1010 as $-1,071,000, w against
$1.'S2,:S38,000 In 1000, an increase of
$321,233,000. or 243 per cent.
FINISH ROAD WORK
Crew Returns, Msvlnr I'ut Finishing
Touches on llendUurns Road.
E. W. Kichardson and his road
making crew of six men returned
Monday, having completed work on
the Hend-Hurns road.
"We've done everything that
needs to be done on the road from
here to the Hums-Fife road," said
Mr. Richardson yesterday. "All the
road now needs is travel, to make
It one of the best highways in the
NEW FORJST RANGER
A. K. I)orl of tlend Appointed For
I'lne Mountain Territory.
Following the rapid settlement of
the land around Pine Mountain, to
the southeast of Hend, the United
States Forestry Service has appoint
ed a ranger to have charge of that
territory A. It. Doris of Uond is
naided for the jwaition, which pays
$000 per annum.
Mr. Doris, with his wife, will
take up his residence near his field
of lalxir alwut May 1. Uncle Sam
furnishes him a Iioumj, fuel, etc.,
while he himself must provide a
mddli horx a jwck horse and out
fit. The new ranger will be under,
the superviw'on of Kangor Cridor.
Tlie stationing of a man near line
Mountain will lie a great benefit to
the honHMteadeni thereabouts, as
they can secure permiu far cutting
timber in the reserve with letu
trouble than is now oxperfanced.
URGE LAND' OPENING"
Centrfll Oregon Towns Interested In
Worm Spring. Reservation.
Secretary J. K. Sawhill of the
Commercial Club has written to
Senator Chamberlain urging him
to um. his eflorts to have the
Warm Springs Indian Reservation
lands allotted and oened for settle
ment. In reply, the Senator stated
that he has introduced a bill in the
extra session of congress, but that
it will hardly be passed now. Tlie
Portland Chamber of Commorce has
written the commercial organiza
tions of nil Central Oregon towns
urjring them to united action in
asking for the opening.
In the Reservation there are GOO,
000 acres of fine land agricultural
and timber and, after the allot
ment, a large acreage would be
opened to public entry.
U $!'jk &1M yjyvt.yj.'jw y jk yj U y Jri y Jvj Jij ivf tjvj yJivl . J
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Or, U. O. COC, Prild.nt e. A. 8ATHCR, Vic Prcddtnt
O. 8. HU080N, Oaihlir
Capital fullr paid 82S.000
Slochholdtrl' llabllltr 3 5,000
Statement.of the First-National Bank of Bend, Oregon,
At rtnd.rtd to thTriur Oaparlmtnl oflha Unltad Slatti, '
Wathlniton, D. O.. March 7th. 1011
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Ort tlrn ... ...... i (fri 15
Hauk UuililluK anil Lot j,8oo oa
U. 8. Boudt and lltraluma. i,,w jo
I'lr lr Crul Hrleiuillou KuiiJ. ..... 6jj oo
DUE FROM BANKS Sltil2k
U. C. COR K. A. SATlir.R C. S. HUDSON
I V. V. SMITH H. C. RU.IS
DEPOT OE STONE
RAILROAD TO ERECT
Service Opens To Opal City and
Freight Rates tyre Announced
Stock Yards Located Just
South of Dead
That Hend is to have n stone rail
way depot constructed with the
native brown or pink stone, is now
practically assured. The dimensions
of the building will be 30x00 fw-t, a
ticket office separating commodious
mena' and women's waiting rooms
and u baggage and exprem room
being at one end and a covered plat
for approach at the other. Chief
Engineer Budd states such a struct
ure will be erected provided the
local stone meet requirements.
A team tract probably will be
constructed immediately west of
the depot, for loading and unload
ing cars directly from and into
wagons. On the east the dejmt
platform will face the main track,
east of which will be a passing track
upon which will be constructed the
forwarding warehouse of the Jones
Warehouse Company, almost op
posite to the depot. The dimensions
of this building probably will be
200x50 feet, a small portion to be
occupied by the local freight room
of tho railroad company. The stock
yards will be located on the Yn
quarter of a mile south of Koa
avenue. An engine houe will be
erected on the triangle insid the Y.
On Monday the first freight was
received at Portluml for Opal City.
I'sseongur service to that point com
menced Sunday. The Portland-Opal
City freight are as follows:
Ct.A'.s KATMS crxi rr tftw '
I 7 j t 4 C j u;k i
C.l. U ' !'
oi otr-. i ,M r ( at !;
. i i i
COMMODITY HAT '
j I I 1 4 " 7 "
c-lw iK.Mt rNrt).l
opicnr-m h m U ,!
WUed to Wth 0UK a4 Ojl Cjr h ll
Today G. A. Jonos left Hend for
Opal City to take charge of the
warehouse business there.
Typewriter ribbons on sale at
The Uulletiu Office, record ribbons
for the followin machines: Oliver,
Remington, Visible and Royal.
Capital paid In full ..
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U'""'IM ront..rw .
Circulation E- , . ,
.. J.000 oo
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