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Till'. VF.VD HrLLETIN, HEND, ORE., WEDNESDAY, MAY 12. 1015.
FIIHIUHT IHIKAKB HECORDH.
Hhlpmonta of frolght ovor tho Hill
'lines to I ln il linvo been making un
usually fast Unto recently, two In
particular, coming from (tlfforctit
BoctloiiB of tho country, having brok
en nil records. One of theso, n car-
loitu of Fords, catuo through frntn
Do'.rolt In nltio days, making -.n aver
ngo running time or 31 mllns )or
lionr. J. T. Hardy, traveling freight
nnd pnsscngor ngont of tho Oregon
Trunk, tolls of tho other shipment
vhich ernii lit )ti") from B.vi l'rin
1bco by tho tiew steamships to As
toria In four dftys. Tho last boat trip
on thin lino Was mndo in under 29
Soo Edwards for good houno paint
Wo nro In tho real estato business.
!N'p deal too snmll or too largo for tis
to handle. I.overett nnd Flsch, Hend,
WHOLE COUNTY GLAD
(Continued from jingo 1.)
Kind to attend and holp out hi tho
tiuorgo E, Altkctt of Slaters, ovor
tho telrjphono, Hald that ho hail had
no opportunity to Interview others on
tho subject, hut speaking for nltnnolf
nlonu ho thought tho nows a lino
thing for tho county.
Fred N, Wallace, manager of tho
Titmnlo Project, spoko enthusiastic
ully of tho mill nows. It moans tho
nbHblulo hiiccchh of this project," ho
uald, 'for thoro will ho a market for
ull wo can ralso. Congratulations,"
TUMALO HI VI IK DANCE.
Tho West Hldo Agricultural I-'nlr
Association will give a dance In tho
liall nt Tiimalo on tho ovenlng of
Vrldny, May 21. Music by .Mrs. Mnn
'l.nurlii and Joo McKay, Refresh
ments will ho served by tho ladles of
tho wont hIiIu. Adv. 10-llc
For sign pnluUug sea Edwards.-kdv.
HHI'OHT OF THE CONDITION OF
The First National Bank
In tho .State of Oiegon, lit tlio Close of HiikIhosm May 1st, lt)ir.
Loans and discounts (notes hold in bunk) $207,359.30
Totnl loans $207,359.30
Overdrafts, unsecured, $1,138.89 1,138,89
U. S. llonds deposited to sccuro circulation (par
value ? 12,500.00
Totnl U. H. bonds 12,500.00
Securities other than V. S. bonds (not Including
stocks) owned unpledged $ 10,657.33
Total bonds, securities, etc 10,057.33
Subscription to stock of Federal Reservo
Less amount unpaid 1,733. CC . 8CC.CC
All other stocks, Including premium on same
Hanking house, $24,082.57; furniture and fixtures, $0,070.02. .
Other real estato owned
Duo from Federal Reserve Hank
Duo from approved reserve ngetttfl In Now York, Chi
cago, and St. Louis $ 1,173.88
Duu from approved resurvo agonts In othor reservo
Duo from batiks nnd bankors (othor than included
In 8 or 9) ,
Checks on banks In tho samo city or town as reporting bank . . .
Outsldo checks and other cash itotns $ 007.53
Fractional currency, nlckols, nnd centB 97,97
Notes of othor national hanks ,
Lawful money rosorvo in bank:
Total coin and certificates ......
Lcgal-tondor notes '
Hodomptlon fund with U. S. Troasuror (not moro
than fi per cent on circulation) $ 025.00
Duo from U. 8. Treasurer
Wo hnvo u cllunt for otoso In lot.
AililrtMs Lovurett mid Flsch, Hend,
WILL BUILD IN BEND
(Continued from pago 1.)
nttinbor of others. Tho party spent
two days hero In Investigation of tho
posalhto .mill sites and In studying
conditions In tho woods. Wlicm thoy
loft, It Is understood, thoy woro en
thusiastic over the lumbering possl-
hllltlcH and especially ovor tlio oasy
logging which can bo done horo.
Slnco that Utiio furthor details
linvo been worked out, Including tlio
pitrcliaso of tho Rogers tlmbor nnd,
although thoro nro still ano or two
details to ho cared for, tlio mattor Is
near enough to Its conclusion to por
nilt tho present miuouiiconient to bo
Tho hoavlost Intorost In tho
now undertaking, aside from that of
Mr, Sliovllu, Is hold by Frank I.
lllxoii, of La Crosso, Wlscoiialn, nnd
liu nntiio of tlio now company la
jljn-lllxon Manufacturing Co
iovIIii A 1' unions Athlete.
L. filievlln (h tho only son of
h II. Shuvllo, whoso hlogrnphy
ii olsowhoro In this pupor. On
ers dontli in 1912 Ho sue-
SMio tho management of his ex
fUnbof Interests, nnd Is now
liejfJFWiil of tho Shovlln-Carpon-i)rjwiUi4fco
Company of Mlnnoap-
liu iiiivu unit uu ii)iiur-
rvo Ills dnvoloptnont in
elnnsH assert that IiIh
blouis mid his knowl-
Itloui will servo to
bond of tho Indus-Btntos.
o is Host Known uio
howovor. Is not T. L.
KlykyBw tltnhertnnii, but "Tom"
gfcitfMnirmouit Yale nthleto and foot
tho man who not only
JMtph hU team clean up tho Harvard
KVcn or tour yearn running, nut
to uacK atior graiiuatton, in n year
ivhen all liopo ns lost, ami with u
work's coaching put out n tunin that
hold Harvard to n icoroless tlo. This
was In tx year when tho chief coach
lug had boon dono by others and tho
team was In n holo. Sliovlln was sent
for nnd cuuio with tho "Minnesota
whiff with which Yale kopt Harvard
"Tom" Shevlln ontorml Ynlo with
tho titans of 1900. In his froshtnan
"year ho played on tho varsity eleven
niiil In each succeeding yonr, being
contain of tho 1905 team. Consider,
ml to bo win of tho greatest ends that
v.vor played foot ball ho was moro
than onco wolootml by Walter Camp
us tin All-Amerlciin star. Nu one who
over raw hint play Mill forgot tlio
vnuo with which ho broke up Inter
ference, nor tho tncrodlhlo speed,
with which for a man of his weight,
Iiq wont down th field ul tho k Irk-oft
or tttidor n punt.
Ah a Held nthlete, nlao, "Tom"
Hhovllu v,ns noted. wIiiuIiik tunny
points for Yale in tho hntumor throw
against Harvard and in tho inter
eologlato gainos. Ho has lulled Hsnl
moro than once, tho Inst trip as al
ready stated, lining last month In
comimny with umwU to plan (or the
Mr. Hixon U a prominent Uinksr
of La Crosso and has frwiuontly hoon
IdMttlthMl with the S)ivlln Umber In
Capital stock paid In ? - 25,000.00
Surplus fund .'-...'. : 25,000.00
Circulating notes, less nmount on hand and In Treasury for re- -
demptlon or In transit 12,500.00
Individual doposlts subject to check ?178,093.00
Cortlduates of deposit duo In less than 30 days . 150.00
Collided checks ' 819.07
Cashlor'H checks outstanding ! . 2,749.88
Deposits reiiulrlng notice of less than 10 days .". 181,812.01
CortmcatoH of deposit duo on or nftor 30 days. .$ 23.0G0.05
Blato, county, or othor municipal doposlts secured by Horn .
Id or "Uonoiircos" 23,050.05
Notes nnd bills rodlscountod 49,504.50
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TOTAL , . . . . $31G,SGG.5G
County of Crook J
I, O. B. Iludfon, Casblor of tho nhovo-namod bank, do soiomnly swear
Hint tho nbovo statement Is true to tho bent of my knowledge nnd belief,
C. 8. HUDSON, CnBhler.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this 12th day of May, 1915.
J. A. BASTES, Notary Public,
E. A. 8ATHER
U. O. COE.
II. C. ELLIS,
IIKI'OUT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE DESCHUTES STATE BANK
At Ileml, In the Htnto of Oregon, nt tho close of IiilsIiich.h, May 1, 101.1.
Loans nnd discounts $35,112.09
Overdrafts, socitrod and unsecured 44,15
Furniture and fixtures 2,211.42
Duo from unproved resorvo banks' 3,797.11
Chocks and othor cash Items 30.00
Cash on hand 4,056.73
Capital stock paid In $1G,000.00
Undivided prolltn 1,138.43
Duo to banks nnd bankors 4.700.00
Individual deposits Bitbject to chock 21,087.67
Domand certificates of doposlt 344.39
Tlmo and savings doposlU 016.02
Hills pnynblo for inonoy borrowod G,0Q0.00
8TATE OF OIIKOON 1
County of Crook J
I, E. M. Lara, Cashier of tho nbovo-namod bank do soiomnly swear
that tho nbovo statement la true to tho best of my knowiougo nnd belief.
E. M. LARA. Cashlor.
Subscribed nnd sworn to boforo mo this 11th dny of May, 1915.
MAHY A. UENSON, Notary Public
F. O. MINOIt,
jannrrnn ir ' ...... .
HEPOHT OF THE CONDITION OF
Ihe La Pine State Bank
At 1 4 l'lius n tho Htato of Ort'gon, at tlio Close of llushiess May lht, 101R.
Uians nnd discounts J22.084.98
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 253.24
llonds nnd warrants 4,171.80
Hanking house 2,300.00
Furniture and fixtures 165.00
Duo front banks (not reservo banks) 2,000.00
Duo from amiroved reaorvo banks . . , , 4,352.34
Chocks and other cash items . . . , 165.00
Cash on hand i 833.09
Capital atock paid In .....$15,000.00
Surplus fund 1,500.00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid , 397.57
Individual deposits subject to check 12,134.03
nAinniid certificate of deposit 50,00
Tlmo nnd Savings Deposits 5, $51. 55
Hills payahlo for money borrowou l.boo.oo
lawn mum Onus shear and
tool Skiwo llanlwaro Co. Adv.
Wanted. Iwuw mwt ior In Horn!
Ckaap (or AU. ax. Ui. Hend, Qjrtfi
STATE OF OREGON 1
County of Crook J
! F. W. Tomes, Cashlor of tho above-named hank, do solemnly swear
that Tho. nbovo statement la truo to tho best of my knowledge and bollef.
r F. W. TOM HS. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to boforo mo this 11th day of May, 1915.
W. O. KQRDHAM, Notary Public
K. W. TOMHS,
OKO. M. MAYFIBLD.
ALFRED A. AYA,
JOHN E. RYAN
JOHN E. RYAN
Deschutes Timber Expert
Reprinted from Tho Ilullctln extra Issued Monday morning, May 10,
Tho man to whom a largo measuro.lts purchases from tho fDwyor com-
of thanks can bo given for tho mllU
l.ig nctivity now announced for Hend
is John E. Ryan
Mr. Ryan camo Into Central Ojj"'
gon In 1902 to InvostlgntoMKo Hod
ings oi mo a. J. uwyoruantt '.o,
then ln financial difllcultlcs. As a
result of his investigations tho tract
was purchased by 8. S. JoluiBon and
becamo tho nuclous of th6r.ilmlor
holdings of tho Deschutes Lumber
This company wns originally own
ed by S. S. Johnson, George H,
Prlnco, Frank M. Prince, Samuel
Simpson and Kenneth Clark and
pony lay to tho west of tho Deschutes
ftfjft; ground Tho Tulcs, na described
.pisnwnero in tins paper.
fi. Following tho Dwyor purchase Mr.
Ryan'bccamo connected with tho
company,' rocoivlng n portion of Its
stock, nnd during tho next fow years
ho was engaged in purchasing tlmbor
for tho company.
With tho period of timber buying
over Mr, Ryan took chnrgo of tho
management of tho company's lands,
making fits homo nt Tho Tulca, a
boautlful meadow on tho west sldo of
tho Deschutes, whoro iio engaged In
farming and stock raising.
Having seen to tho acquisition of
tho tlmbor lands for his company
Mr. Ryan bogan to consider what was
to bo dono with thorn how they
wero to bo milled and hero ho found
a,dlfllcult situation to oxlst.
' In tho lfttor purchasing periods nil
tho companies had bought lands In
any places whoro prices mado the
lrinds nvnllablo and as n result hold
ings wore scattered ovor largo areas.
In considering this fact nnd its ef
fect on milling possibilities Mr. Ry.
nu conceived tho idea that exchanges
might bo mndo by tho different own
ers, thereby consolidating tho lands
of each bo that tho coat of logging
might bo kept nt a minimum for each
To carry out his idea Mr. Ryan, in
1D08 mado on ownership map allow
ing tho dlfforent ownorshlps in dlf.
fercnt colors. Ho thon mado other
maps showing his plan of exchange,
blocking out tho consolidated tracts
in colors. Theso maps wero worked
out with great dotall and woro so
carefully prepared that whon Mr.
Ryan submitted them to tho other
timber owners In 1913 no opposition
was mado to tho exchanges ho sug
gested nnd in tho sprirfg pf 1914 they
wero consummated. Among othor ex
changes mndo at tho time, tho Des
chutes Lumber Co. rolenBod all its
Klamath njid Lnko lnnds to tho Fre
mont Land Co., ns did Uio Bond Tim.
her Co., and consolidated tholr hold
ings to tho west and south west of
Hend. Othor oxchangos followed un
til toJaynll tho operators ln tho Des
chutes valley havo solid tracts of
timber readily nnd economically
Iu 1914, following this blocking
of tho tlmbor, tho Deschutes Timber
Co., through Mr. Ryan, negotiated
with tho Wuycrhnousor Tlmbor Co.
for tho snlo of its lands, Whllo no-'
gotlatlons woro pending tho deal feU
Then, In January of tho present
yonr, Jfr. Itynn wont to Minneapolis;,
sought out T. iL. Shovlln and In twd
days closed tho Halo to him nnd as
sociates of his company's lands.
Becoming nssoclatod witli tho non
owners, Mr. Ryan returned to Dend'
nnd has slnco boon actively nt work;
on plans for milling. In April, lnrgd-i
ly on his advlco, his company pur
chased tho Hend Tlmbor Company's
tlmbor noar Rend.
Mr. Rynn wns married in 190G to
Mary n. Norton, of Minneapolis.
Iloth Mr. nnd Mrs. Rynn nro load
ing miombors of tho local Catholld
church nnd through tholr gonoroBlty
enabled It, last year, to build an at
tractive parish houso for tho rest
ddnco of its prlosts.
Screen doors and wlro cloth. Skuso
Hntdwaro Co. Adv.
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THE BEND COMPANY
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH
FIR AND MAPLE FLOORING
MILLWOOD $2.50 Per Load DELIVERED
TOWN LOTS AND ACREAGE