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The bend bulletin
TO ATTEND DINNER TO
NIGHT A. Ii. .MIU and C. C. Colt iif the Port
land committee In Piuty Weath
er Makes Trip South IiiimmnIIi1o
WHl llctiirn t rurtlniKl.
To meet with representatives or
tho sectlonn through which tho pra
Jcctcd Oregon, California & Eastern
will run, and to attend tho meeting
for the reorganization of tho Contra!
Oregon Development League, itoliort
1-3. Strahorn, president of tho road,
with momlier8 of his Portland com
mitter, nrrlvod In town this morning.
Ilnllrond olllclals and representatives
of tho Portland Chamber of Com
merce nccompanlcd tho party.
Duo to weather conditions In tho
country to tho south It is tho pl.in
of most of tho party to return to
Portland tomorrow morning Instead
of making tho trip to Hums, Lr-ke--vlovv
and Klamath Kails as originally
planned. Mr. Strnhorn, howover,
with C. C. Chapman, will go on to
Hums, Lnkovlow and Klamath Falls,
leaving Thursday morning. Com
mittees nro nlso hero today from Sli
ver Lnko, Paisley and other southern
Tho Portland committee solccted
hy Mr. Strnhorn to assist In the pro
potion of tho project consists- of A.
Ii. Mills, president of tho First Na
tional Hank and of tho Oregon I.lfo
Insurnnco Co.. J. C. Alnsworth, pres
ident of the Unltod States National
Bank: W. M. Lndd, prosldent of Ladd
& TUton Hank; Nathan Strauss, mnn
nger of Flelschnor, Mayor & Co ;
Franklin T. Orlfllth, president of tho
Portland Hallway. Light & Power Co.
nnd C. C. Colt, president of tho Port
land Chnmhor of Commorco and of
tho I'nlon Mont Company.
Of tho committee only Messrs.
Mills and Colt wcro nolo to mnko tho
trip. Ilcsldos thoso two and Mr. Stra
liorn tho members of tho party In
clude C C. Chapman. .1. W. Hrowor.
Phil Motchan. Jr., W. C. Wilkes and
C. V. Uolilnson.
This morning, with tho visiting
delcgntos to tho meeting of tho de
velopment league, thp party has been
shown around towltjAind taken on a
trln of Inspection to tho now saw
mills. j ,
They are attending the develop
ment loaguo mooting this afternoon
nnd will speak at tho dlnnor tonight.
TO SF.LL ItOXDS .MONDAY.
nids for tho snlo of bonds for tho
Suttles Lako Irrigation project will
take place noxt MondBy at Grnnd
vlew. Consldornhlo Intoroat Is at
tached to tho meeting, ns upon tho
action will dopond how soon actual
construction work will commence on
A special lssuo of Tho Hulletln
containing reports of tho meet-
lng of tho Dovolopmont Lorguo
this afternoon, and of this evon-
ing's dlnnor will bo on snlo
Thursday morning. Got your
cpy beforo lonvlng town.
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W. h COUB, Pros.
THE CENTRAL OR.EGON
-Capital $25,000, Fully Paid
W. U COBB
W. L. O'DONNKLL
A. U MILLS.
President of First Natlonnl Hank
cr Portland nr.d gf Otcgvii Ufo Insur
HANLEY CAUGHTVVITH BARS UP:
SNOW TURNSKLAMATH PARTY
Two Cms From Klniuath Full Find
Hnoir .Smith of Crescent nnil Have
to tilvo Tilp Vp.
William Ilpnley Is not horn today
becauco ho was caught " u 1th the bars
up," whllo tho Klamath Falls dele
gation, which started for llcnd on
Monday, got stuck In tho snow be
tween I'ort Klamath and Crcscont
and hnd to turn back.
lloth Mr. Hanley nnd the Klamath
club hovo wired Mr. Strahorn of their
situation, tho mossagos bolng ns fol
lows: Hums, Ore, Nov. 1G, 19115.
Kobort n. Strnhorn,
Your coming to Contrnl Oregon
cnught mo with tho bars up tyul
couldn't got nway. Kvpoct to bo In
Portland noxt wook. Why can't you
como to Hums? I will accompany
you Lnkovlow-Klamnth Falls.
Klamath Falls, Ore., Nov. 10, 191C.
Robert I" Strnhorn,
Ten dolegatos from Klnmath Fnlls
to Central Orogon Dovolopmont
Lenguo left horo Mondny In two auto
mobiles, encountered throo feet of
snow on mountain botweon Fort
Klnmath and Crcscont nnd forced to
return back today nftor having shov-
od enrs through snow drifts In hope
of meeting with you at Hond. Wo
scud our regrets nt tnnblllty to bo
with you, UOwovcr our shoulders nro
to tho wheel to aid you In your plans
for tho development of Contra! Oro
gon. Wo sond our greetings nnd bo-U
wishes for n successful meeting and
oro looking forward with plonBuro to
seolng you horo. Plenso keep us post
ed as to your arrival horo. If snow
prevouts your trip from Hond to
Lakovlew como here by rail and wo
can get you from hero to Lskovlow.
KLAMATH COMMKltCIAL CLUU.
Ml M.I CAN 1,1X13 NOW LOCAL.
A change hns been made In tho toll
system on tho tolephono lino botweon
nnml and Mllllcan whoreby nil sub-
sorllwrs of tho Pioneer Compnny In
Hond will havo access to tno toio
phono lino botweon Hond nnd Mllll
can without toll chnrgo. This chnngn
will offer freo Bervlco for Hend suh
uprihors to olthor P. n. Johnson's
storo or tho Mllllcan ranch.
D. F. IIUNTKR, Yleel'ies
DIRECTORS ' '
,THOS COBB D. E. HUNTKB
vrra ,ii- s -m JJ
m:x, oult.ox, v.tjxi:siuy aftkkxoox, xof.mhku it, mi.-.
NEW BUILDINGS GO UP
Sash mid Door Fnctoiy Xcars Comple
tion Dry Shed and Kiln Itlso at
Shevlln-llkoii Phuit Logging
Operations nro Under Wiiy.
With the piers almost all In plnco
and with matorlnl all on tho ground,
tho rnlslng of tho dry sheds and plan
ing mill at tho Hrooks-Scnnlon mill Is
expected to begin this week. Tho
Bortlug shed, work on which was com
menced last week, Is Hearing comple
tion. Placing or timbers In tho nlll
Is now going on preparatory to tho
arrival of tho machinery for Instal
lation. Exterior work on tho mill Is
now almost completed nnd tho win
dows are being put In this week.
X largo crow of men aro engaged
this week nt tho Shevlln-Hlxon plant
In Installing tho hollers nnd lire boxes
In tho power house. This work will
bo completed somo tlmo noxt week.
Tho walls for tho dry kiln nro begin
ning to rise rapidly. Tho plora havo
nil beou placed for tho dry 'shod s't
uated on the opposlto sldo of tho
track from tho snsh and door factory
nnd tho raising of IIiIh building will
begin olthor Into this week or enrly
next week, Tho sash nnd door fac
tory Is now nlmost completed nnd Is
In rondlnou for tho machlnory which
Ib oxpected to arrlvo within tho noxt
two woelcs-. Tho steel for tho hugo
burner Is almost In placo nnd -tho hiv
ing of brick will commonco ns soon
as this work la completed.
Tho forco of men In tho woods linn
boon Increased to 20, nnd logging
oporntfons aro well undor way, It
Is oxpected to havo a month's cut
ahead of tho mill by tho tlmo It
opens. The date on which sawing
will begin Is now set nt February
Tho now furnlturo for tho'ShovlIn
Hlxon olllco hns arrived nnd was
placed this weok.
Construction will begin this wcok
on the 'compnny barn to bo filtuntPd
to tho cast of tho Shoxlln mill. Tho
building will bo SO feet long and 3C
COUNTY JB TAXES
Accountant Cniudalt Finds That Over
811,0(11) Was Xot Paid.
Crook courty own more than $11.
000 to tho various towns nnd school
districts In Crook nnd JoTerson conn
tlos, nccordlng to n report which has
Just been completed by Candiill
Roberts, who havo boon auditing tho
count) books for sovoral months past.
Tho City of Hond ami school dis
trict 12 both come in for n good elioro
of the total, tho foimer receiving
$837 and 'he lattor $2,172. In cer
tain districts It was found thnt over
payments had been mudo by tno
Bend Hard-ware Co.
Tho Company that put lh "Vr" in Hordwuro
IF YOU DID NOT
CALL FOR ONE
MUCH FREIGHT I
! IK NEW LINE i
130 TONS SHIPPED LAST
Meat, Silent', (uso1ltie mid Machinery
Make up Hulk of lluslticss to Inter
ior Towns Pi-ospoets For Com
ing Year Aio Very (Jood.
Somo Idea of what tho business Is
that nvvnlts tho construction of tho
Oregon, California & Eastern south
nnd south cast from Hond may lie
gained by n ctuily of tho present dis
tributing business cart led on nt this
point. For this purpose Maunger A.
M. Prlngle, of the United Warehouse,
which handles nil Incoming freight
for points other thnn Hond, wont ovor
tho lecords of his olllco for n repro
sontntlvo of Tho Hullottn, giving him
his latest llgurcs.
"in tho Inst 30 dns," said Mr.
Prlngle, -,130 tons of goods In less
than car load lots havo beou shipped
Into Hend for distribution to tho In
terior. Included In tho shipments
havo bcon provisions, mncjilnory and
household goods, but the total doos
not Include, car lond lots for tho In
terior, nor nny of tho goods shipped
In to Hend merchants nnd later re
shipped to customers in tho lntorlor
Thore has been n big Incronso, nc
cordlug to Mr. Prlnglo. In all ship
ments cpm'ng to Hond In tho Inst live
months, tho shipments of many com
modities having moro thnn doubled
In amount over thoso of any lileo per
iod Inst year.
Sugar, moots, goRollne, mnchlnory
nnd Hour represent tho bulk of com
modities going In largo quantities to
tho lntorlor points. In tho last
month, for oxnmpln, 3t5.liOO pounds
of cured meats nnd lnrd wero ship
pod out of Hond, or 11.000 Bounds
more thnn In tho pnmn month n year
ngo. Slnco September 1, 1102 sneks
of sugar havo been shipped to tho
Inferior from tho warnhouso nnd 1S00
Backs of Hour havo been sold to mot'
chants botweon Hend anil Hums nnd
botweon Hend nnd Silver Lnko. G-nso
lino and oil nro largo Itoms nlso. Mr.
Prlnglo estlmntoliiK that S.fiOO gal
Ions nro shinned Into tho Interior
ovory month .
To carry all this freight 10 nuto
trucks nro running out of Hond to
lntorlor points, onch with n oapaclty
of from two to four tons.
All the business hns not hosn going
oun wny by nny moans, tlmro having
been a consldornhlo body moving this
past yonrout to tho tnllrond from tho
Interior. The Inrgest Item or this nn
luro to bo handled nt tho Hond wnro
ho'ifo wan tho wool, which camo In
greater qiiontltlwi thnn over before
from Bllver Lnko nnd othor pointn
south, somo evon cnmlnK from No
vsda hncnuo of tho bettor conditions
In nil, Mr Prlngls snvs. IR0.000
pounds of wool mine to Hond bolng
GET A CATALOG JJ
t. t. ClMjl'.
Presldont of tho Portland Chamber
or Commc.co mil of tho Union Mo.it
brought by the trucks on tholr return
trips. Then thoio havo boon this
year for the first tlmo shipments of
ryo from tho Foit Hock country to
tho Hend (lour mill.
This year, nlso thore havo come to
Hend for shipment In larger quan
tities thnn over before horses, cattle
and sheep from Silver Lnko, Fife and
other points in tho country planned
to bo reached by the now rail linos.
I'li-ht Notional to Itcvclvo Postal Sav
ings of Hend, Kcdmoud, I'rlnevlllo
Notlco of Its designation ns a de
pository for postil savings fumls has
boon received by tho First National
Hnuk of Hand nnd ns soon ns crtaln
formalities l.avn been nttctided to
postnl savings will bo dcposltud with
In addition to the receipts or tho
Hond post olllco tho locnl bank will
bo designated lo leceivo tho current
postnl savings deposits or tho I'llno
vlllo nnd ltcdmou I post otllcen, ac
cording to tho lot tor Just recnlvod
from Washington. With tho growth
of tho 1 cnl postal savings business
this Is oxpected to menu a worthy ad
dition to the business of tho bank.
DilELSON JETS CONTRACT
lias Ciovr at Woik on Sow P(po Lino
For II. W. L. At P. Co.
Tho contract for extending fTfoftPltchor, Oliver Nt-HIIL. Gf?i.
water mains cf tho Hend Water Light
& Power Co. up rlvor to connect with
tile C. O. I. Co. IIiiiiio has boon let
to M. J. Dnnlelsnu, who hns n crow
nt work nlready. Work Is being cir
rlod on both ways fiom tho center or
tho now lino In tho hope or Mulshing
It ns soon ns possible. In nil 23 cur-
londs or 1 1 Inch plpo will bo laid, or
about two nnd n hslf miles.
Mr. Danlelsou wut In chnrgo or tha
erection of tho prosont dam or the
Hend Wntcr Light & Power Co. nnd
nlore recently he has built tho log
ging, pond dnm for tho ahovlln-lllxon
Company nnd tho HrookM-Honnlon
Lumlir Co , and tho booms for tfio
CIII1IKT.MAS CANTATA CIIOKKX
"Tho Light Ktnrnnl" bv Iteno
Ilionnor and II. W. Petroe. has been
selected by the choir of the Prosby-
torlau church as tho omitutii to bo
sung on ChrlstinnH ova. Aoout 20
Voiron will pitrtlclpato.
S HIDSON, Presldont
C CO I-:. Vice Prtsld.nt
A HATIIIJH, Vlco Pies.
fiwrfa S? rv rW) (nin fr&' fWiffifr&fffit)
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Capltiil fully pit I1
HurpItH . . . .
IIIML IIAXKIXU SKIIVIUi:,
Ilogular bank loans;
Wo nro prepared at nearly nil times to mnko advances
to rellablo parties for their requirements.
Wool and sheep loans:
Wo aro NOW prepared to loan money to sheep men
for tho purchase of shoop.
We are now prepared to iidvnnco you 10c por pound
on all wool you store In tho Warehouse at lieud, at 8
per cent for either DO days or six months,
Sheep men do not hnve to sell at present prlcos unless
they wUh. The money Is reedy for you.
We nre NOW prepared to mako loans on cattle for
six months, for feeding purposes, but not on raugu or
We nro NOW prepared to make loans on good fnrm
lands, with good water rights, no mntter where loouted
In Central Oregon, tho bigger tho loan the better, pro
vdlng the proportion Is n good one ami will stand clos
est Inveatlgstlon ns to vnluos and title.
Write u for Information. Hank by mall unci secure
TEb FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
Central Oregon Dovolopmont I tody to
Assist in Strahorn Ititlltoud Plans
Lust .Meeting Held In Kbiumtli
Fulls Was Two Yours Aro.1 .,
To assist In tho consummntlonf
tho Strnhorn plnus for tho develop
ment of Central Oregon tho Contra!
Orogon Development l.cnguo Is holng
rcornnnlzod nt a meeting hold this
nfteriuou at tho Droam Theatre. Del.
ogutoa nro present from ovory section
to bo reached by tho new londox- '
copt Klamath Falls, tho cotnmltfcb
from thuro liuvlnc bse:t forced lo
turn bnclt beemtso or weather cohill-"
A number or representatives rnro
nlso present from towns to tho north
of Hend Including Piinevllle, Hod
mond, Culver, Tuinnlo nnd MndrnW
Tho last provluus meeting of tho
dovolopmont league vvns hold In
Klnmath Falls on August 21, 1913.
At that meeting olllcora wero oleclejl
ns follows, president, William linn
ley, Hums; vlco piosldnnt, W. 8.
Worden, Klnmath Fulls; V. F. King,
Prluevlllo: and Fred Cronoiulllor,
I.nhovlow; secretary, .1. W, Hrowor,
Hedmoud; tronsurer, C. S. Hudson,
llond. Hond was elected ns tho uuxt
moating plnco or tho lenguo but for
vsrlous lonsons no session was hold
The Iorkuo Is now holng reorgnult
ed to five Its nsjlstanco In tho rail
road development or this section. "
Dologates horo today who Imvg
registered nt Mauagor Do Armond's
Hums J. J. Doognn, J, Schvvnrtr,
P. II. McConnoll. II. (3. Lovens, C. II.
Leonard, II. M. Horton, H. C. Smith,
.Ins, J, Lnmpshlro, H. J. McKlnnon,
It. C. Dwyor, Tom Hlnck, (leorgo
Froy, P. S. Weltlonhlllor, F. Dlbblu.
Paisley W. 8. Daniels, Kph Mil
ler. I). II. Conrad, F. L. Young, -Norman
Anderson, Otto Holluder,
Culver O. C. Young.
Sllvor Lako P. I). Hoodor, T. 9.
Kluuey, F. M. Chrlsmnun, J. II. Do
Lncey, W. K. McCormnck, alias.
Croscoiit 13. a. lloiirii, lira La
Tumnlo I'red N. Wnllnco. W. II.
Clerking, J. M. Oiillln, J. N. II. Clerk
ing. Madras iowls II. Irving, II, O.
Prluevlllo J. II. Upton. W. T.
Downing, .1. II. Doll, Itoss Unblnson,
K. Wngomir, O. O. Adams, M. II. Kl
llntt, tl. II. I.nfollotta, Arthur H.
Michel, f L. Shntluck.
STATE'S COXTIIACT I3X PI ItlW.
SAL1'3M, Nov. 12. Ststo Hnglntier
Lewis today received notice from tho
rommlHslonor or tho gtuuiral lnnd ol
llco that the stale's contract w'lth tho
gfiiornl laud olllco for tho reclama
tion of the Hetiham Falls Irrigation
project Imil expired, ami giving tho
statu 30 ls)s In which to show cuusa
whv It should not bo oancollud. -The
project lontiilns 71,000 ncres, and It
Is ii part of the Central Orouon Irrl-
ill n Comimny's project. No work
hns been done on It.
M I, MIA. Ca.hler
tl MdtKVNOLDS. Asst. Cashier,
A B'lOVLK.Assi Cashier