Plat of Pinelyn Park

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I, Robert B. Gould, being first duly sworn, hereby certify that I have correctly surveyed and marked with proper monuments the lands represented on this plat; that at th N.W. corner of S.E.¼ of the N.W.¼ of Section 32, T. 17 S., R. 12 E., W.M., I set a three inch galvanized iron pipe 6 inches below ground for the initial point of this plat; and that following is a correct description of the lands included in said plat:-

Beginning at a point on the left bank of the Deschutes River, which is 297.00 feet west and 493.88 feet more or less south from the N.W. corner of the N.W.¼ of Sec. 32, T. 17 S., R. 12 E., W.M., said corner being a three inch galvanized iron pipe, set six inches below ground; thence North 367.00 feet; thence East 998.32 feet; thence S. 62°-28′-40″ E. for 248.00 feet more or less to the left bank of the Deschutes River; thence following said left bank of the Deschutes River southwesterly and northwesterly to the point of beginning, all being contained within the South half of the N.W. quarter of said Section 32, T 17 S., R 12 E., W.M..

Robert B. Gould

Document: Pinelyn Park plat

 

Pinelyn Park Transfers From Drakes to Putnam

TRANSCRIPT FROM CROOK COUNTY DEEDS.
FLORENCE W. DRAKE AND HUSBAND
TO PINELYN PARK COMPANY

FILED DECEMBER 10, 1912, AT 3 O’CLOCK P. M.

WARREN BROWN, COUNTY CLERK

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS THAT, FLORENCE W. DRAKE AND ALEXANDER M. DRAKE HER HUSBAND OF PASADENA, CALIFORNIA, BEING OF LAWFUL AGE IN CONSIDERATION OF TEN (10) DOLLARS TO THEM PAID BY THE PINELYN PARK COMPANY, A CORPORATION OF THE STATE OF OREGON DO HEREBY GRANT, BARGAIN, SELL AND CONVEY UNTO SAID PINELYN PARK COMPANY, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS ALL THE FOLLOWING BOUNDED AND DESCRIBED REAL PROPERTY SITUATED IN THE COUNTY OF CROOK AND STATE OF OREGON.

BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE LEFT BANK OF THE DESCHUTES RIVER WHICH POINT IS TWO HUNDRED NINETY SEVEN (297) FEET WEST AND FOUR HUNDRED NINETY THREE AND 88/100 (493.88) FEET, MORE OR LESS SOUTH FROM THE NORTH WEST CORNER OF THE SOUTH EAST (SE¼) OF THE NORTH WEST (NW¼) QUARTER OF SECTION THIRTY TWO (32) TOWNSHIP SEVENTEEN (17) SOUTH RANGE TWELVE (12) EAST OF THE WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN SAID CORNER BEING A THREE INCH GALVANIZED IRON PIPE SET SIX INCHES BELOW GROUND; THENCE NORTH THREE HUNDRED SIXTY SEVEN (367) FEET; THENCE EAST NINE HUNDRED NINETY EIGHT (AND 32/100 (998.32) FEET; THENCE SOUTH SIXTY TWO DEGREES, TWENTY EIGHT MINUTES AND FORTY SECONDS (62′ 28″ 40”’) EAST FOR TWO HUNDRED FORTY EIGHT (248) FEET, MORE OR LESS TO THE LEFT BANK OF THE DESCHUTES RIVER THENCE FOLLOWING SAID LEFT BANK OF THE DESCHUTES RIVER SOUTH WESTERLY AND NORTH WESTERLY TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, CONTAINING TEN (10) ACRES, MORE OR LESS SUBJECT HOWEVER TO THAT CERTAIN EASEMENT FOR FLOWAGE GRANTED BY THE PILOT BUTTE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, TO THE BEND WATER LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY BY DEED DATED FEBRUARY 6, 1911, AND RECORDED IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF CROOK COUNTY OREGON ON THE 26TH DAY OF APRIL 1911, ON PAGE 567, OF BOOK, 24 OF DEEDS.

TO HAVE AND TO HOLD THE ABOVE GRANTED PREMISES WITH ALL THE RIGHTS, EASEMENT AND APPURTENANCES THEREUNTO BELONGING OR UNTO THE SAID PINELYN PARK COMPANY, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS FORE¥ER AND THE SAID GRANTORS ABOVE DO COVENANT TO AND WITH THE SAID GRANTEE ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS THAT GRANTORS ARE LAWFULLY SEIZED IN FEE .OF THE ABOVE GRANTED PREMISES; THAT THEY ARE FREE FROM ALL INCUMBRANCES AND THAT GRANTORS ABOVE WILL AND THEIR HEIRS,EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS SHALL WARRANT AND DEFEND THE ABOVE GRANTED PREMISES TO THE SAID GRANTEE ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS FOREVER AGAINST THE LAWFUL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS OF ALL PERSONS.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, THE GRANTORS ABOVE NAMED HEREUNTO SET THEIR HANDS AND SEALS THIS NINETEENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER 1912.
WITNESS TO THE EXECUTION HEREOF.
CLYDE W. BLACKMAN
S. G. TURPIN
STATE. OF CALIFORNIA
COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

FLORENCE W. DRAKE (SEAL)
ALEXANDER M. DRAKE (SEAL)
THIS CERTIFIES THAT ON THIS 19TH DAY OF NOVEMBER A. D.1912, BEFORE ME THE UNDERSIGNED A NOTARY PUBLIC IN AND FOR SAID COUNTY AND STATE PERSONALLY APPEARED THE WITH IN NAMED FLORENCE W. DRAKE AND ALEXANDER M. DRAKE WHO ARE KNOWN.TO BE TO BE THE IDENTICAL INDIVIDUALS DESCRIBED IN AND WHO EXECUTED THE WITHIN INSTRUMENT AND ACKNOWLEDGED TO ME THAT THEY EXECUTED THE SAME FREELY AND VOLUNTARILY.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,
AND YEAR LAST ABOVE WRITTEN.

S. G. TURPIN, NOTARY PUBLIC
IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, STATE OF CALIFORNIA.
MY COMMISSION EXPIRES APRIL 9TH, 1914.

Document: Book12-Pages349-350

Plat of Boulevard Addition

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DEDICATION

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, THAT THE BEND COMPAMY. A CORPORATION DULY ORGANIZED AND INCORPORATED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF OREGON IS THE OWNER IN FEE SIMPLE OF THE LANDS SHOWN ON THE ADJOINING PLAT, BY RESOLUTION OF ITS BOARD OF DIRECTORS, CAUSED SAID LANDS TO BE SURVEYED AND PLATTED INTO STREETS, ALLEY’S. BLOCKS AND LOTS AS SHOWN ON THE ADJOINING PLAT; AND DO HEREBY SUBMIT FOR APPROVAL AND RECORD SAID PLAT AND DO HEREBY DEDICATE TO THE USE OF THE PUBLIC FOREVER ALL STREETS AND ALLEYS AS SHOWN ON SAID PLAT, AND DO HEREBY DECLARE SAID PLAT TD BE A PLAT OF BOULEVARD ADDITION TO BEND, OREGON, AND HENCEFORTH TO BE SO KNOWN AND DESIGNATED.

DONE IN PURSUANCE To RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF JUNE 10, 1912.

THE BEND COMPANY

BY J. P. Keyes, Secretary and Clyde McKay, Vice-president

Document: Boulevard  Plat (PDF)

Local Fleet Increases

Boaters paddle Mirror Pond in Bend circa 1910. Courtesy Des Chutes Historical Museum
Boaters paddle Mirror Pond in Bend. July, 1910.  Courtesy Des Chutes Historical Museum

local-fleet-increasesSaturday last witnessed the launching of Herbert Allen’s new craft, the “Elf,” upon the waters of the Deschutes. Charles Stanborrough built the “goodly vessel,” which is a clinker-built row boat 16 ft. in length, of beautiful design and workmanship. Despite the protests of interested friends no ceremony accompanied the launching, nor was any champagne or even near beer broken over the prow of the infant Dreadnaught as, sliding from the ways of the Stanborrough ship yard, she felt “a thrill of life along her keel.”

In the first days of this week two more boats have been added to the fast growing fleet on “Park Lake.” After a dusty cruise from Shaniko a row boat arrived for Mrs. Drake. Also a canoe, owned by J. T. Robinson and G. P. Putnam. Counting H.J. Overturf’s “Liza Jane,” formerly the property af A. F. Shireman, and “Cleopatra’s Barge,” as the work scow which has been at large on the pond since the completion of the dam is styled, the local fleet now numbers seven craft, not to mention several more which it is reported are under consideration.

Source: Bend Bulletin-1910-08-03