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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1913)
IIRN1) BULTiKTIN, BKNI, OIIK., WKDNK8DAY, NOVI.MUI.ll fifl, 1BIB.
WHAT EACH OFFICIAL
Detailed Stntctucnt of All County Of.
Ilcors, of Kcctcl lixpciiNc In
JOtl, Set lAirtli na Presented to
tho Crook County Court.
For tho further Information of
Uullctln renders, tho following Item
ized statements of tho various bud
gets hnvo been sccurqd from tho
County Court, In onoh Instnnco Uie
figures presented to tho court by tho
various oiiicors aro Riven:
Crook County High School.
Domestic sclonco 1,000.00
English 1,000 00
Commercial - 1,200.00
Improvements for 1913 .. 2,500.00
Contemplated for 1914 . . . 2,000.00
Light, water, power 650.00
Supplies and equipment . . . 1,000.00
January 1, 1914
Clerk's salary 1,800.00
Deputy's salary ......... 1,200.00
Extra clerk hire 1,800.00
Record books, etc 500.00
Registration of electors .. 1,000.00
Stamps, envps, exp, etc . . 250.00
Sheriff's salary 2,500.00
Chief deputy's salary .... 1,200.00
Stationery and supplies .. 125.00
Board, prisoners and Insano 775.00
Court expenses 3 terms crt 900.00
Expcnao of transporting
convicts to penitentiary 140.00
Expense collecting delin
quent tax 1,425.00
for tho purehnso of approximately
5000 barrels of content, part of
which will bo used In tho dam In tho
early part of tho coming year. This
ordor will aggrcgato about 40 mint
mum cars and delivery will bo ox
tended over a porlod of from two to
three mouths, starting sumo time In
December. Advertisements for tho
freighting of this coment hnvo also
been gotten out, as were nlwr adver
tisements for Hauling tho motnl n untu
which will weigh In tho neighbor
hood of 406,000 pounds.
Tho engineering work on tho sub
division, topographic and lnml clns
sMcatlon of tho project In the Held Is
noarly completed ami tho engineer.
Ing force will bo reduced to bouio ex
tent In n abort time.
Fred N. Wallnco, formerly con
uoeted with the water liners' ttsaocl
ntlon. as uinnnKor. Im now In tho em
ploy of the Btnto and will look utter
operation and maintounnco of tlmt
part of tho project which will recelvo
water next season.
llitukliii! nt ltcml.
Tho long talked of ixiyrall systom
has been rut into erred ana the uo
toher time for all labor performed
wns paid by oheoks Issued from this
oftleo over the signatures of tho proj
ect engineer and chief clerk. Those
checks nre all payable by tho First
National Rank of Rend, where all
warrants received by the project en
gineer covering payroll pnymouts aro
During tho latter part of Soptom
bor and tho oarly part of October n
number of rnnchors, tho Tumalo
project and tho county co-operated
In the construction of a road from
tho Rond-Latdlaw bridge toward tho
hoadgato and now thoro is a very
good road all tho way to. tho top or
Tho trcstlo work, for the llumo in
TewkBbury canyon has been com
pleted and Is now ready for string
Ing tho steel flume. Tho flumes In
Howard canyon are Just about ready
for tho steel flumlng and tho coment
work at both tho Intakes and out
lots of theso flumes -has boon com
At this tlmo practically all tho
earth work on tho feed canal has
been excavated, leaving only tho rock
cut (James J. Adams' contract) and
tho hanging of tho steel flumo on tho
trcstlo work yet to bo done.
Tho county bridge across tho feed
canal was completed the latter part
of September, also tho Joo Rock, 11.
S. Hutchlns and P. II. Denccr con
tracts near camp 2, and on Octobor
2 camp 2 was abandoned.
Alfalfa and drain liny PurctwiKrri.
On November 14, 125 tons of al
falfa and grain hay were purchased
from Chas. L. Winter for tho use of
the state during tho winter and until
road between Flfo and Ilalynt,
Jno. li. Wilson of FIslttrnp, Wash,
was visiting with hla ton, J. M. Wil
son last week,
A biiBkot Httppor dattco will bo
given at tho Ruck Creek Hall, Nov,
Curl PnUHch, tried to Blip una over
on his frlonds, but ho failed. Ho
disappeared for nwhllo and cnm.
back with a bride, and last Saturday
night n largo crowd gathorud at hla
homo, very unexpectedly and sur
prised him. Instead of tho usual
ttu cans, pans nud things that mako
n nolsu the crowd simply entered tho
houuu nud spent tho ovenlng In dnno
Ing. There were cigars for the men,
but tho womon wore not bo fortunate.
Horn Nov. 4, to Mr. ituil Mrs. T.
lluuttl, a eon.
Harry Russell returned front
Mrs. (loo. Paddoalc will loavo the
latter imrt of this week, for Seattle,
whero she will visit 'with her par-outs.
LOST CRKHK, Nov. 11. Mm. C.
O. Ashby hna moved Into her new
V. D. Harris, who Is building a
houso for Mr. Manning, nt Hell, Hpout
the week end at his homo liuro.
Q. R. loung brought In n gang
plow and hns just tinisited plowing
0 acres for Mrs. C. C. Washburn.
J. Myera and family, who hnvo been
living In tho McKwou cabin for sever
al months, hnvo returned to their
claim at Rutto,
Tho day school and Suttdny school
are planning on having n Chrlstmns
ontcrtninmont at tno scnooi nouso.
Mrs. C. J. Stnuffcr has returned
homo nftor a visit In Hnmpton vnlloy.
LOST CREEK, Nov. 18. Dr. Rood
has been tho guest of Mrs. Rort
Meeks, at llolynt, during tho pust
lion and Press Do Witt returned
from liend last Monday,
Misses Altco Rrooklngs and Mary
Stauffor spent tho week end nt tho
home of Horace Rrooklngs, at Rolynt.
Q. R. Young has been hauling hay
rom Silver Creek.
Mr. and Mrs. Hosier's now house
Is completed and they are living In
Mr. Hcstor mndo final proof on his
homestead dining tho past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard left Inst
Saturday on a business trip to Lnke-viow.
Mr. Woods canto down from his
claim In Hnmpton valley. last Thurs
day. Mrs. Woods, who has boon the
week visiting their dnttnhtor, Mrs.
Louis Qlcss, returned homo Friday.
CMNH FALLS, Nov. '24. -John
Donlnvy moved tho household Roods
of Jobho liockwltlt to tho Voahurg
place Inst week,
Mrs. I. L. llarndor, daughter
Donate nud Krand'dnughtorB Mildred
and Dorht nrrlvod on Wednesday
evening trnln front Coxtnllo, Calif.
At thin place they left 1. L. and Lloyd
1 larmier who will llnlslt thu journey
Mrs. Jesse Rcckwlth ro turned to
Frank McLean was on the slolt
list liiHt week.
Henry HrtiiiltolU visited nt W, A.
McLcnu'H Thursday evening.
Albert Mnhler ami family nud I.
H. Fox and family were dlnnur
i'Coutluiied oil last pugu.)
Department uf tho Interior, United
States Land Olllco. Tho Dalles,
Oregon, November 13, 1913.
To James C Akin, of Redmond, Ore
gon, c-o, (i. V. Llntnor, Conteetee:
You are hereby notllled that Wal
ter R. Laurence, who gives llcnd,
Orevou, hh his postotllco nddnms, did
on November 13, 1913, lllu In thin
olllco his duly oorroburnted applica
tion to contest nttd sootiru tho can
collation of your homuHtand. Entry
No. 07330, Horlnl No. , mndo
Aug, 3Ji, 1010, for HIOW, hoc, 31, and
BWVi, see. 35, township 10 B rniign
10 M Willamette Meridian, nud as
grounds for IiIh contest ho nlleguH
that aittd Juntos (I. Akin Iiuh failed
to maintain lilt residence on mild
tract; that ho fulled to eultlvato Hiilil
tract or any part thereof; that Hald
eutryman hint abandoned said tract
for upwardM of alx montliH litnt I unit
mill that ntioli failure mid nlmiiilon
itiotit wiih not duo to his uuiployinunt
In tho army, unvy or murine uorpn
of thu U. 8. lit time of vnr or other
You are, thoroforo, further mill
lied that the wild iillenntliiH will lie
taken by thin olllco an having been
conrotwd by you, and your mild entry
will be onnceled thereunder without
your further right to be heard there
lit, either before this ortlco or on up
peal,, If you fall to lllo In IIiIh olllco
within twenty daya nftor the
FOURTH publication of this notice,
m shown below, your answer, under
oath, Hpi'ollleitlly meeting nud re
MpondliiK to thoim allegations of con
test, or If you fall within that tlmo to
lllo In this olllco due proof that you
have nerved a copy of your Hitswer on
tnu until contestant In person or by
registered mall, If thin service la
mndo by tho delivery of n copy or
your answer on tho nnld contestant
In person, proof of nuoh ser
vice must tin either tho said content
itut'n written acknowledgment of hla
receipt of tho copy, hIiuwIiik tho ditto
of (h reculpti or tho iiflldnvlt of tho
pomon by whom the delivery wnu
made (dating when and whore tho
copy was delivered J If tiiiulo by nKlJ
tered mall, proof of such servloo must
coiislnt or the iillliluvlt or the person
by whom tho copy wait mulled ntaMtu:
when nud the pontolllcu to whlult It
wan mailed and thlN iillliluvlt muni,
ho nccompfttilod by tho jiostiiiiiHter'H
receipt for tho letter.
You should Htnte In your iitmwar
tho iiumu or tlm poHtolllce to which
you ilimlro fuither uotloee to ho sent
II, FRANK WOODCOCK,
DntH of llrst publlonttou Nov. 1U,
Date or Mocoml ptiblloatlou Nov. .8,
Ditto or third publleatloit Deo. ,
Date ot fourth publication Deo. 10,
Expanse delivering election
supplies, etc two elec
guest of Iter father. Mr. Parrot, for
tho hay crop cornea on tho market, o' '". returned with him.
Tho work on tho dam slto con-1 MILLICAN".
slats of tho oporatlon of a Calyx drill .
outfit which Is bolng used to test tho MILLICAN, Nov. 24. Tho Skce
foundutlon nnd furnish tho data nec-'ke-look Klub met with Mrs. Joseph
cssary for tho board of consulting i mo uiimoro aniuruay, uto topic ooing
Field work 4,000.00
Abstracts from land offices 100.00
Information for compila
tion of new ownership
Blank books, forms, etc . . 500.00
Postage, stationery, etc .. 100.00
Assessor's salary 1,500.00
Deputy assessor's salary . . 1,200.00
Extra clerk hire In compil
ing and extending tax roll 1,000.00
Superintendent's salary . . . 1,600.00
Traveling Expenses 300.00
Office Help 125.00
Printing & Stationery .... 350.00
Institute. Co. & Local .... 275.00
School Fair 225.00
Supervisor St Truant Officer
engineers, consisting of tho project
engineer, state engineer nnd ono or
two others who will bo called somo
Horticulture, by Mrs. Gllmoro. Re
freshments woro florved. Tho Club
will meet with MIbs Gortrttdo Mnrkol
Unto next month, to decldo as to Dec. 6th. Tho program commlttoo
whether or not tho construction or n uf tho club will meet at tho homo
dam is feasible at that point, and if of Ada II. Mllllcan to completo tho
so tho character of dam best adapt-1 Program for tho year, Friday. Nov.
ed to the conditions as shown by tho
cores taken by tho Calyx drill.
Treasurer's Office. .
Treasurer's salary 1,600.00
Envelopes and postago . . . 300.00
Registers and printing tax
receipts, etc 400.00
Office supplies 50.00
Tho Janitor's budget is veVy detail
ed and completo. Rolled down, It
Includes the following items:
Wood for court houso .... 700.00
Janitor's salary 1,080.00
Water and light 626.95
High school light an1 wa
High school wood 460.00
Incidentals '. 161.50
NEW PHON'E LINE.
Material has been sent In for a
telephone lino to bo built from the
Alllngham ranger station, on tho Me-
tonus, to tho Allen ranch, flvo miles
down the river. This will bo put In
thla fall, tho forest service and Mr.
Allen co-operating, and next year it
will bo extended down tho river to
tho Warm Spring Indian reservation.
(Continued from Pago 2)
claim is the Skoog relinquishment.
Mr. Henderson of Imperial bought
four tons of hay from L. C. Peck.
Hurley Hogue and Mr. Harmon
left for Rend early this week for pro
visions. H. C. Miller Is working on Mrs.
Rarsett's placo this week.
Settlers in this district are busying with his wife at Mllllcan ranch
plowing and clearing their land. Tho; the past week
An Impromtu party was given at
Mllllcan Ranch by Mrs. Mllllcan for
members of tho "Prlnevlllo Roost
er Club", who hnvo been working on
tho Prlnvillo road near here for
oeveral days. A vory unique enter
tainment was glvon by the gontlemon
Horaco White arrived In tho valley
Wednesday, after having spent his
vacation with his mother and rela
tives In Chicago.
William Todd ennio out from Rend
Saturday, where ho has beon several
Anna nnd Gortrudo Market spent
Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Mllllcan.
Tho directors of school district 87
bold a meeting recontly at which it
was decided to comroenco school Dec.
A. D. Norton went to Rend Mon
day. 11. K. Davis and son John went to
Rend tho oarly part of tho week.
Mr. currlo spont a row days visit
weather Is fine for the fall work.
Snrveyor's fees 2,400,00
Surveyor's assistant 900.00
Surveyor's supplies 180.00
Salary of water master . . . 1,200.00
Salary for 4 deputies .... 1,200.00
Stationery, stamps etc ... 100.00
Incidental expenses 250.00
COSTS ARE LOW
(Contlnuod from pago ono.)
"Tumalo crowd," from offico men and
engineers down to tho water boys, Is
a mighty worth-whllo aggregation.
The following detailed Information
concerning progress on tho work Is
courteously supplied from tho project
Tho average number of men now
employed Is 105, of which about 80
hayo their homes In the vicinity, To
date some $70,000 has been expend
ed for labor and about $80,000 for
equipment and supplies. On Novem
ber 12 the first shipment of flume
material arrived and is being hauled
out to tho work by J. W. Shlvely of
Redmond, A carload of cement from
P. T, Crowe & Co., to completo struc
tures already under way, was receiv
ed on tho same date and la being
hauled by William Brown of Laid-
law, to the vicinity of camp 1 and
Advertisements have been issued
RUCK CREEK. Nov. 18. Road
Supervisor Warner and a gang of
men are working on tho new county spent several days in Ilond tho past
Johnson and Owen gavo a dance
at Mount Pino Inn Saturday night,
which was largely attonded by tho
homestondors of tho valley.
Mr. and Mra. W. u. Klgor, who
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