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THE BEND BULLETIN.
1WNI). OKKGON, WltDNKSDAY, MARCH 22. 191 1.
SURVEY IS MADE
SETTLERS AIDING IN
Ilulldlriit Crew Por llrnd-ltiirna Rami
Will Drain Work Next Week-I!.
W. RlclmriI(Pii Optimistic
About CtiuiitrV Traversed.
"Tluit iri tho gretitost country In
Oregon," wilil K. W. IllrhiirilHon,
returning Frliliiy with bin party of
Hend-Huriis mail locators from the
country to the southeast.
Tin locators have surveyed tlit
roail eastward to the llurucy County
1 1 in-, 11 distance of about 7fi mlltm.
With tliu exception of a single mile
on tho eastern end of the route,
where tho road skirts through the
northeastern corner of I.nko County,
in 22'J1, no territory at all illlllcult
for ronil making Ih encountered.
Hero Ih fount! a mile of rocky coun
try. However, Itowl Su'wrviitor
Ivuintnon of tho llanlln District,
nays hu will have thin bad intle in
the boat of hIiiimi liy the time the
roml making machine nmehott him.
I!arly next week the building crew
htarla from Ititml. It will have
eight men ami la Iim-ium: a roail
grader Ih being built in Hend fur
the work. It Ih vxK'ctiil that two
f week will HUlllce to put the roml
in good Hhajx; nil the way.
"Tho No)lu out there are crazy
for the roail," wild Mr. Richardson,
Heaklng of the assistance the not
tiers hnvo promised Henil. "liy,
when wo came hack there were
men, women ami children grubbing
out sago bruiili along the route we
had Hugged out through Hampton
Valley a few dnys before."
It Ih understood more than SHOO
worth of work him Iwen promised
hy settler. Thin will be applied nt
Milnu on the roml near the claims
of the volunteer. Among the gen
erous contrihutoro is Cuorge Milli
can, who will furnish 10 ilnyn work
t with man ami team.
The uxjHinsos of tho first trip were
approximately J!ir0. A new con
trihution to the road fund was re
ceived by the Hend Commercial Club
ln.it week, Ui coming from Kay
McKay of Seattle, who tit Intonated
In school lands In the southeast
1 country. M. W. Moore of Seattle
j nUo has contributed $10. Thin mnkon
thu total fund thu far contributeil
$790, exclusive of labors,
"The more I nee of that country
thu moru am I imprest! with its
onormou possibilities and Its great
Until You oro Pinched for Monoy and then
Como to tho Dank an Absolute Stranger and
Expect Us to Accommodate You
WHY? Been use we must know
our borrowers before they
WHY? Beenuse we nre loiniing
our deposilors money nlong
with our own nml we must
be absolutely sure that nil
our loans nre safe ones.
Why not lie n lcMiltor Aral, then we have n clmuce to (jet
acipialnteil with )ou nml wlirn money uieilril we nre la n
poallion tocxiciiil yon crrilit,
count with in.
iiy ouiiik tnu )ou
Banking & Trust Company
Of Bend, Oregon
44 Conservative Banking for Conservative People
I,. I), HA1KI), (President) J. W. MASTHKS, (Vice l'reiiilent)
1'. O. MINOU, (Secretary)
11 1 r it c T o k s:
I., n. HAIRD, 1'. O. MINOR, 3. V. IUIUD.
Importance to Hend," mild Mr. Kiel,"
ardmin. "It's oiiu continuous viillo
from Millican to Idaho. Hampton
Valley will he 11 wonder; as far an I
can mco ItH hoII Ih practically the
Kiinii' itH that of IIIIiioIh, chh'cIiiII
at the lower end. There by the
way, we rode through migo bruMh
that Htood iih high hm our heads iih
" 'Whete mIiuII we go to work?'
was the fiicMtloti iiHkeil iih by home
HtvaderH all along the line, anxious
to rush the road to completion.
Freighter can Htiirt for Muni just
as H0011 im we K't back from this
next trip. ILm going to be the easi
est kind of a road to make; nothing
but clearing sage, nally.
"Work on the very few bad places
will be left to the settlor living
nearby. There will lie no IiIIIh, no
rock and no Mobe. In the entire
7fi mile the toad cut section only
twice. outside of the Reserve."
RAILROAD MEN HERE
lllll Official Sec Interior Itefure (liilnjc
To St. Paul.
I.ut night five Hill railroad of
IIcIiiIh arrived In ISend, coming by
auto from MetoliiiH via I'rineville,
where they stopiied but a few
minute. The party comprised II
A. JackHon, Assistant Tratllc Man
ager of tho (treat Northern. F. W.
(Iraham. Western Immigration
Agent of the (J. N.. J. I. Springer,
Travelling Freight Agent and U. W.
Foster. Awl (!en. Freight and I'iuw.
Agent of the C. IJ. & Q.. the
Mr. Jackson, who ha lxen Asst.
Freight Agent at 1'ortland, Iiiih just
been promoted to the olllce of Aunt.
Trnlllc Mauuger. Ily April 1st he
taken up bin new duties at St. 1'nul.
The chief purpose of the present
trip into Central Oregon in to fa
miliarize him with tratllc and gen
eral condltlonH here that he may la
fully supplied with first hnnil data
before returning to the eastern head
The two thlngii thai seem to Im
press Mr. Jackson most Ih the xplon-
did character of the farming land
alMiut I'owell KuttoM, eiwt of Hend,
and the great nttnietivcncm of Hencl
The railroad men exjK.'ct the ar
rival of rails here in June. In tt
few weekd freight will !mj received
iih far fin CriKikitl Itiver. During
the lat month 10 big combined
harvesters have been sold along the
line between Madras and ISend.
Investigation of ticket shIud nt
Madras, says Mr. Springer, shows
that only lf Kr cent of the in
coming jMuwengers return north, the
rest continuing to the interior'
WAT Ilk USUR'S AtmrriNd.
Tnu Central Oroiron Irriiratlon
ComjMiny meet at Hend. Apr. I.
r.lll. at l:.ll) 11. in. AwnteriiHurs
of the segregation are urged to Ih
present. S. II. S.NYDKlt. Sec'y.
Foil S.M.K Three homestead re
liniiulshmonts best land in Millican
locality. KiKiulie Hulletiu ollico.
Doll now. Marts Hunk ho.
will Help 11 ami we will help ) on,
State Land Board Determines Water
Rights of Irrigators Using Water
From Tumalo and Squaw Creek
The (IndhiKH of the State Hoard of Control rcKiirdintf the hettlement of
wnti.T rlKhu illiwentionH on Tumalo and &uaw Creeka, woat of Ikind,
have heen tiled with the County Clerk. A brief HynopHia thereof apjiears
below, together with it table dhowing the ninount of water allowed in
dividual aiiroiriatorH, their acreUKe, etc.
The late arrival of thin newH anil lack of Hjmco rnakeH it imponiblo to
IiuIiIIhIi a more detailed account; wmiu deciHionx in individual chboh are
omitted, iw are the namim of land owners whom cjiwh were not comtidur
ed, iih they failed to put in claiuiH. Much of tills will be published
TUMALO WATHR KK1MTS.
0. I. Meeker
It. U. Howiwr
Win. I). Ilarnon.. ..
It. II. Itayley
T. W. Ilrown
Cora A. Hrown . ..
J. I,. Couch
J. Coon ....
S. Copthorne .
Win. I'. Downing..
Anitie M. (Jilwon...
Akiiom II. tioorKc.
W. V. CeorKo .
(!. N. II. CerkliiK
J. 0. Corking ....
(irovcr (J. CurkiiiK
W. II. Hall
A. I.. Harader
a. j. miner
W. W. tan
F. W. U'verenz
Cluw. J. Mock
A. I). Park
A. L. Parker
S. F. Palton
John T. Parker . .
Mm. K. U. Uiley ..
L. II. Hoot
I-:. Sandul.. .
UH). W. Snyder . .
(hki. L. Simmoim .
Frel W. Simmons
Cluw. II. SmuKh..
J. C. Thorp
F. M. Towkaberry
Ira E. Wimer
MrnL J. Wimer...
Chan. h. Wimer...
John M. Wimer ..
Ceo. H. Wimer
Perry A. Wooley...
C. W.. Cluw I.,
and John H. Wimer
4 1 mir
SQUAW CKEHK WATER R1UHTS.
U.K. Alton 1885 .03 .7 Smith
K. P. Huchanan. 1883 1.4 70 Huchanan
John Hlosrt 1903 .18 9 Bloss
F. M. Hooth .... 1901 .44 22 Smnll ditches
(Hack Huttc Uml
and Livestock Co. 188G 7.27 3G1.5 B. H. L. and L. Co.
Win. K. Hurkhoad Spt 1902 l.G 79.5 Squaw Creek Ir. Co.
Win. N.Cobb... . 1885 .03 1 Smith
Win. E. Claypool 1897 .0 30.5 Clayiwol
(J. A. Claypoool... 1900 .20 13 ''
,, , n 1889 J .1 48
hnocii t-yrua 1901 j j GG 5 Squaw Creek Ir. Co.
Cloverdalo Irr. Co. Dec 0'
1903 5.45 272.7 Cloverdalo
Sinn II. Davis 1889? .4 20
1904 j Squaw Creek
John Dennis 1885 ,03 2 Smith
P. H. Davis and
F. M. Baldwin 1885 2.4 120
P. H. Davis 1885 .03 1.05
C. L. Donnlson. .. 1885 .03 .75 "
W. F. Edmundson 1882 .40 23 Conrad
.1. I). Fryivnr ... 1884 .3 15
1904 .20 28 Fryrear
W. S. Fullerton... Auk 1901 .3 15 Fullerton
E. A. (Iraham 1880 1. 50 Graham
K. G. Grllllth .... 1880 1.10 58 Claypool
Hobt. Hyslop. ... 1880 1.7 53.5 Undo John
Chas. J. Hindumn 1871 .91 45.5 Hindman
Martha Hindman.. 1903 .01 30.5 Out of Hlg Slough
Gepthia JetTries... 1900 1.17 58.5 Wilson nnd Wood
It. B. Krutr 1880 1.7-8 140 Krup
F. W. McCalTory.. 1884 .39 19.3 Edmundson & Macy
H. and F. W. Me-
Cnlfory nnd Hobt,
Smith 1885 .5 24 Smith
Julia McCnlllator.. 1901 .54 27 McCnllister
IxjwIs McCnllister " .74 37
Geo. McCnllister. . " 8.3 105 "
Namk ok Ditch
3.5 Downey Ditch
10 Waste Wt. fr. C. S,
71.5 Columbia Southern
50.5 Columbia Southern
107.5 Columbia Southern
28 Columbia Southern
517.25 I Columbln Southern
All preliminary survey work
on the new Bend-Burns road is
c0rnpluti.1I. The locatiiiK party
returnul Friday, having laid
out and flawed an excellent
route all the way to the Harney
County line, where junction is
made with a Kood road to Burns.
Early next week a construction
crew begins the actual road
building. Bend-Burns freight
ing may be Inaugurated within
now to atiT nnwn.
The wording of many in
quiries daily being received
show an uncertainty as to ex
actly how one got to Bend
from Portland. Briofly, the
method of getting here, at pres
ent, is this:
Take the "North Bank" train
from the station at 11th and
Hnyt Streets, Portland, nt9 A.
M. At 12:33 noon this trans
fers you at Fallbridge Station
to the steamer Norrnn, which
ferries you across the Columbia
Hiver to the Oregon T unk Hail
way. In Uic evening the train
stops nt an eating house for
supper: at 7:30 P. M.you reach
Metolius. For the present It
is best to get off at Madras
which is reached at 7:15 P. M.
Thore automobles will re found
waiting to take you through to
Bend, 50 miles touth, cither the
evening of your rrrival or the
next morning. The fare from
Portland to Madras is $0.10.
Auto fare from .Madras to Bond
is $8.00. stage fare $5.00.
Central Oregon is having fine
dry. warm spring weather. Al
ready the roads are do and in
splendid shape for automobiles.
ORGANIZE NEW LODGE
Auxiliary Lodge to .Modern Woodmen
of America Formed.
The royal Neighbors of America,
an auxiliary of the Modern Wood
mon, was organized last night at a
meeting held in the Woodmen's
hall. There will be another meet
ing nt the same place Friday night.
The following officers were elected
last night: Mrs. W. Orcutt, Oracle;
Mrs. G. S. Young, Vice Oracle;
Mm. William Bates, Chancellor;
Mrs. Lawrence Homing, Past Or
acle; Miss Hamona Haskins, RcconJ
er; Miss Mabel Gortson, Inner-Sen-tinal;
Mrs. Fred Van Matre, Outer
Suntinal; Miss Helena Boxelle. Mar
shal; Managers, N. P. Welder, E. A.
Sather, Mrs. W. P. Downing; Dr.
ORdAMZl! UASUHALL TOAAt.
There will be a meeting of the
Bond Athletic Association Friday
evoning at 8 in the club rooms. All
men interested in baseball aro urged
to be present, as the organization
oxjoct3 to have a baseball team this
The Homoseekers Land Co. left
this morning with the second party
this week for the homestead (lands.
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND. OREGON
Dr. U. O. COE. Pr.tld.nt E A. SATHER. Vict Pr.lld.nl
O S. HUDSON. Cathl.r
O.dIUI fullr Pld S3S.000
Statement of the First National Bank of Bend, Oregon,
At r.nd.r.d to Ih Tr.aiurr O.parlm.nt of Ih. Unlt.d Stat. a,
Waihtnaton. O. O.. March 7th. 1011
I.cwni ami Dltcounti
Hank KulMine ami Lot
furnilutc aim l'itur ...
IT. S. lluiuU ami I'tcinUinit
Fite Per Cent KedemWlou I'uud..
CASH ON HAND AND
DUE FROM BANKS-
, . ., J.hoo oo
..... tiu no
..... 6s so
U. C. COM K, A. SATUTK C. S. HUDSON
P. P. SMITH H. C. KLUS
TO H BUREAU
WILL AID NEWCOMERS
Will lie For Benefit of Farmer as
Well as Newcomers-!!. W. Rich
orJaon Olvra Report on Bend
Burns Road Trip.
Hereafter the Commercial Club
will conduct a free employment
bureau for the benefltof newcomers
and prospective visitors and farmers
nnd other employers in the country.
Manager Sawhill will keep in
touch with all newcomers seeking
employment, listing them as well as
those who write asking about chances
of getting work. Also there will Ic
a list kept and checked up to date
each week of farmers and others
who need help; number wanted,
nature of work, amount of wages,
etc., so that the man looking for a
job and the man looking for help
may get together. It Is expected
that the scheme will prove of great
aid, perhaps especially to the farm
ers, who by listing their wanta with
the club and keeping In touch with
what it has to offer, can save them
selves much time and trouble In
Monday evening the club held an
informal smoker-meeting. A re
port from Mr. Richardson concern
ing progress on the Bend-Burns
road. There were many expressions
of approval of the excellent begin
ning made with the enterprise and
its importance to Bend.
A petition to the County Court to
make the new route a county road
has been drawn up and will be cir
culated for the signatures of a1 1
settlers along the road. Frank May
volunteered his services for this
.vork and will leave upon it tt
morrow. Upon motion it was decided to
leave to the discretion of the Board
of Directors of the Commercial
Club the expenditure of any balance
that may remain from the furd
subscribed after the completion of
the road, this to be spent for tl c
best interesta of the town.
LEASH LINSTER'S MALL.
Fulkerson & Barnard have taken
a year's lease an Linster's Hall, and
within the next week will open a
moving picture show. They expect
to have 3 changes of films a week
and will run the machine every
evening. During the afternoons
the hall will be open for roller skat
ing.! t Friday evening they will give
Capital paid In fuU...... .......... !.l,u oo
hurptll uuu.mnM.un-l.... m ao
UuJlrldtd "'', . 8;) 74
Pirelli.!!..- , i. mi IJ.J0Q DO
IpoiU...... ... 18IJ56 Sj
Total.m ,.. h- luy S9
(Continued on pago 8)