wiiiwwl-Hompw"t'tr'w -" -wi'n 1Aafc 1ft. thk kknh nuM.irriN, BKNI), YVKIWKSRAY, APRIL 8, lOttl. w--mmmjmmm' wmwvim9iv ' mnpmm m rpr-wwfp p I I . BID ON WEST SIDE OF DM KENWOOD IS SCENE OF ACTIVITY Number of New Homes llclng Krectcd In This Addition Several Good Residences Already There Joo Innes Una Fine Home. Building operations aro being carried on extensively In Kenwood, wtt of the river, thla spring, there being nioro activity In thla part of town now than anywhere else. Last spring thla honor went to Center ad dition. Already thero aro several splendid homes in Kenwood. Hy far tho best ono, and a rcstdenco that compares very favorably with those on tho cast side of the river, Is that of Joo Innes. Mr. Innes bought thla property Just after tho house was.Btarted by Edd Newman last summer, and he has had built a handsome homo. It Ib of the California bungalow style, with flvo rooms downstairs and sev eral upstairs. The insldo Is In fir stained In golden oak. Tho fire place In tho living room is a feature of tho house, as Is also the Dutch kitchen. Tho house coat Mr. Innes nearly $2000. Mr. Innes last week bought the adjoining property from E. O. Har rison and now has four lots. Mrs. Innes has taken to tho pastime of raising chickens, her first experience' in thts line. Her stock Is White Orpingtons brought from the Wil lamette, valley, and eho now has sev eral broods of chicks Just hatched. Walter Tollca, the painter, Wso has a splendid home In Kenwood. It was one -of the first houses to bo built in that part of town. " Another neat and . comfortable house Is that belonging -fa John Johnson. If is of three rooms, being plastered and having stone founda tion. Tho largest houso now being erected in Kgnwood isthat of Julius Janett. It Mill have efght rooms and will bo modern. He is having it plastered. The style is bungalow. Ho,, will have, a good basement, with room for the installation of a heating furnace later on. Mr. Janett has a homestead In the Pringle Flats country. . On adjoining lots Al Howell and C C Hralnard are having two four room cottages built. 'These will be modern' and neat houses. "Bert Caldwell has about completed a comfortable three-rqom house into which bo has already moved. David Winter, who recently came in from Portland, has started work on a four-room cottage. . 'J. D. Miner has plsns ready for a residence -which ho will soon build in Kenwood. He Is already living In a temporary cabin on tho rear of bis lot. L. D. Mlsener has lota near by and expects also to build. Others' who will have homes in Kenwood later are J. Edward Larson and i-ioya ucment. Jay saitzman ex pects to begin the erection of a gar age In a short time and will later build a residence to cost about $1000, according to Frank Sutherland, who has the contract for tho garage. It will be 14 by 40 feet. There are electric lights, water and some board sidewalks in Kenwood already, and it promises to become a popular residential section. showing In. eho stuff supplies but packers gavb higher bids for tho few fancy head on hand. A small lot of Prlnovlllo spayed hotfora soiling' nt J7.7G featured, llcst cowb nt 17.35: bulls $0.00, stags JG.75 and c.aJvtfK-at $0.00 represents price jrtjttBJe.'' Tho hog market has boon a mwlmUou all week. Clearing lOo to 20c, It finally sottlod nt I9.CC Wednesday. This price rnngo breaks all records slnco 1910. Hulk of sales have nvcragod $9.20 to $9.40. Outlet considerably broader than supplies as demand hus boen Increased whllo bulk of country awtno has been marketed. Also Missouri lllvcr points continue high and all Coast packers aro buying in Portland. Undortow horo la strong and unless tho present trado condi tions experience a comploto chango may remain so Indefinitely. A steady to firm mutton and lamb market featured principally by tho smallest runs of the year. Wool yearlings sold up to $C.7S and owes $5.75, sheared stuff brought $1.00 less. Demand for choice and fat muttons Is steady and unsatisfied. Lamb trado reached tho $8.00 lovol as ex pected, soveral loads of prlmo wool stuff brought this price. iMPhoViNO ins haS'cW, (Bisters Herald,) V. S. Hodman, who owns 320 acres of land two miles oast of Ma ters, In going to mako oxtonslvo Im provements thin spring. Ho has n force of five men nt work clonrlng laud preparatory to seeding 200 acres this spring. Mr. Hodmnu had carpenters on tho placo tho lint of tho week figuring on tho construc tion of a houso, barn nnd other buildings that will bo built nt once. Now fences will also be built and other Improvements mtulo that will mako thin ono of tho model farms of this section. -. Scars has tho plncu rented and with his family aro already living there. Order your laud plaster at onco. United Warehouse Co,, liond. 2-3 Hereafter tho Hour manufactured by tho Hond Milling & Warehouse Co. will bo on salo nt the United Ware house Company's depot warehouse Advortisomont. 3-1 ' NOTlCfc Foil lAaiCATlOft. U, 8. Land Olllco at Tho Dalles, Ore gon. March 4th, 1013, Notlcu in horeliy given that Ohnrlea J. Mock, of Lnldlavv, Oregon, who, on November 2ml, 1909, tundu homo stead entry No, 0'G40B, for NIHlt sec tion .15, township 10 south, rnngo 11 east, WIllnmuttQ Meridian, has filed uotlco of Intuntton to mako final threo-yenr proof, to establish claim to tho land nbovo described, boforo II. C, Kills, U. H, Commissioner, nt his olllco nt Hcud, Oregon, on tho 28th dny of April, 1913. Claimant nnmen ns witnesses: Fred N. Wallace, (U-orgo W. Bnyder, L. It. Hoot and Andrew McCnlllstor, till of iLatdlaw, Oregon. 1-5 C. W, MOOHE. Hoglstor. Hl'MMONH. I tV tho Circuit Court or tho Btnto of Oregon for Crook County. United Warehouse Company, n cor poration, plnlntllT, vs. W. F. and Maxo Lockwood, defendants. To W. F, lockwood and Maio Iock- wood, nhuvu nnmud defendant! In tho name or the stato or Oregon yon nri hereby ronulred to appear and answer tho complaint or tho plaintiff filed against you lit tho above entitled suit within ten days from tho date of service of this sum mons upon you If survod within Crok county, Oregon, or ir served within any other county or tho Mnlo or Oregon, then within 20 dnys or tho dntn of tho service of thin sum uionn, and If served upon you by publication, then on or before the FHATi:itNAL HoniCTir.s. I. O. (). F. DR. EDMONDS NOW HERE tIIssssssssssssssssssssst ' Z"4'3MssssssV. sHBsSBsflsBiiiiiiWV .saflHKNSsiiBiiBBiiisiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiVS The Bend Stone Company Wc nrc erecting the Brown BuiMing on Bond Street. Why Did We Get the Contract? Because we were nble to show thrtt Item! Iiodge No. IH Hcgular Muotlugs every Monday nUht Visitors welcome. W. L. Wing, U. N. Hoffman, N. O. Hec. Secy. M. W. OF A. Pilot nuttu Camp No. 0794 Meets every Tuesday In Hather Halt. Visiting Neighbors always welcome W. W. Orcutt. Consul. Martin It. Knutson, Clerk, Hth day of May. 1013, nnd you aim each of you aro hereby notified that if you fall so to appear and answer,' for wont thereof tho plaintiff will np. ply to the court for tho roller prayed, for In the complaint on (lie hmulit, tO'Wlti For Judgment against you and each or you for tho mini oh 708, together with thu costs niiil disbursements or this notion, f This nummonn In published In Tho llmul llulletln. n weekly nimspiipor of general circulation, publltilnd iU llmid, Crook county, Oregon, for six successive weeks, by order of tho llonornlilo 0, Springer, Judge of tint' County Court, Statu of Oregon, said order being made and entered nu the Sfllh dny of March, 1013, In thu abovo emitted num. Dated aind published first tltut this Siith day or March, 101.1. VKKNON A. FOmilJH. , 3.U Attorney for plaintiff. DKHCIIUTKH Stone is the Best and Cheapest C. W. Edmunds. M. D., the well known Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon Specialist has returned to Bend and will be here until Satur day next at Pilot Butte Inn. Catarrhal diseases and surgery a specialty, GLASSES SCIENTIFI CALLY FITTED. Now is the time to have the adenoids and diseased I tonsils removed at home. Building Material nnd that we are able to Jo a first class job In a first class manner -That's Why. Think it over nnd then let us figure with you., Snnd arid flravclAII Sizes-Fair Prices THE BEND STONE COMPANY W. A. BEAVER, Bend, Ore. BEND PIONEER KILLEO Floyd L. Lolwlell, Onco Town Mar shal, Fatally Hurt in Mine. An account of the death, by accident, of a pioneer of the Bend country has been received by The Bulletin from K. Mllo Lobdell, a brother of the unfortunate man. Floyd L. Lobdell, who was well known In this vicinity, being town marshal in 190C and 1907, lost his life in a mine at Lafayette, Colo., on February 27, 1913. He was work ins In a mine with a lantern. .Ha lighted a match and touched it tdT the vlck. A pice of the burning, wick dropped In a barrel of powder nearby, the presence of which was unknown to him. An explosion fol lowed and he was fruitfully Injured about the body. After the explos ion, he walked a mile and turned In a signal that there had been an accident; then he walked another mile to his resldenco where medical attention was summoned. He died later as a result of tho injuries. He was 32 ynsra old. He Is survived hy mother, three brothers and ono sister. F. Mllo Lobdell is teacher In the Hoopa Valloy Indian School, at Hoopa, Cal. Free Government WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. NORTH PORTLAND, March 28 Receipts for the week have been: Cattle 1312, calves 38, hogs 2103, sheep 2783, horses 33. Cattle mar ket steady to shade firmer. An ex cellent demand prevailed fbpprime beef. Top sates this we,ekvere made at 8 to S8.2G, while' bulk of steer offerings graded wood Uf choice nnd realized $7,00 to 7.80. Dutcher stuff Is equally strong, notably helf-J .tiro' and cows. There haseen slim tf-jfi"'' V Lands ' 2&z P 'il .. IN CENTRAL OREGON We have been locating Government Lands in Central Oregon lor four years. We know all the country and all the land open to entry. We have located 90 per cent of the settlers In Central Oregon. We own our own cars and can show you all the country for less money than anybody in the business. We guarantee all locations made by our engineers. If you want to see the best lands In Central Oregon, it will pay you to call and sec us. Our fee for locating is right and for reference we suggest any bank or business house in Bend. Call at our office, corner of Oregon and Wall St.. and see samples of grains and vegetables grown in the homestead country. Any Infor mation we can give you will be gladly given. Oregon Land & Immigration Co. Oregon and Wall Sts, O..C. HONKLE and B. R. POST, LOCATORS, t u ixhkh: N O. 1 O II k. or r. Meets every Wednes day evening at 8 p. m. In Castle Hall, 10. A. Bather llldg. Vlsltlug Knights welcome. Joo Innes, C. C. L. M. Mclteynolds,, K, of R, & 8. HKND loixh: .NO. I'M A. V. K A. .M. Meets on Thursday on or bo. foro tho full moon or each month. Visiting brothers always welcome. J. 1). Davidson, W. M. A. M. Lara, Secretary FRATERNAL IIROTIIERII(K)I), Regular meetings held by llund Lodge No. 807 In Bather's Hall on the first and third Thursday evening each month, Visiting members of order always welcome. J. II. MINER, Pros. FRED 11UEY, 8ec, REI1EKA1IN. Demi Lodge No. 208 meets ovory socond and fourth Friday owning, athcr's Hall. Visiting brothers and sisters wcIcoiiimI. Mrs. Lucy French, N. O. Miss Luis V. Force, Rec. Kocy. ROVAL.NEKHIllORH Regular meeting on first and third Friday ovenlngs at Bnthor'i Hall. Mrs. Jennlo Harper, Oracle. MRU. A. ORCUTT, Recorder. DIRECTORY OF OFFICIALS. United Hint. President ...Wood row Wilson Vice President. .Thomas It. Marshall Secretary of State W. J. Ilryan Secretary of Navy . . Josephus Daniels Hecrotary or War . . . .L, M. Harrison Secretary of Interior . . . , F, K. Lane Secretary Agrloulturu I), F. Houston Secretary of Treasury ,v. F. MeAdoo Secretary Commerce . .W. C. RedDeld Secretary of Labor . . . , W. II. Wilson Attorney Oenernl . .Jus. Mclteynolds Postmaster General .Albert llurlesou State. Oovornor Oswald West Secretary of Stato . ... II. W. Olcott Troasurer Thos. II. Ka Atty Oeneral A. M. Crawford Superintendent Public Instruction .. I R. Alderman Htnto Printer W. S. Duulwu) Commissioner Labor Statistics .... O. P. Huff C-ame Warden W. L. Flntey State Engineer ..... .John 11. LomU United States Senators George E. Chamberlain Jonathan Ilournc, Jr. Congressmen .A. W. Lafforty W. C. llawley Seventh Judicial District. Judge , W. L. Ilradshaw Attornoy W, 11. Doll Crook County, Judgn O. Springer Clerk ............ Warren Drown Sheriff ...Frank Elklns Treasurer '. . . Ralph Jordan Assessor II. A. Foster School Supt J. K. Myers Coroner ........P. II. Poludexler Survoyor ............ Frod A. Rico Commissioners R. II- Ilayley Willis W. Drown IRe Courts. Circuit Meets first Monday In May And third Monday In October. Probate Meets tlrst Monday In loach mouth. Commissioners Meots first Wed nesday in January, March, May, July, September and Novonibor. Rend School District No. J2. Directors . ... .11. J. Ovorturf, Chmn F. M. Ray Clydo M. McKay Clerk II. IS. Allen City- of Rend. Mayor .... G. P. Putnam Recorder . , . . II. O. Ellis Treasurer ......... .11. J. Ovorturf Chief of Police S, E. Rnbortn Clt Englneor ....Goorge 8, Young Councllinon .11. E. Allen ..,., .,.. A. L. French .A. 8. Collins II. I). Fqrd . John Btotdl ....,' K.. A, Sathor Justices of tho Pence Rond Precinct Ward H, Coble Doscbutes Precinct ...W. W. Orcutt SUMMONS, I In the Circuit Court or tho Htato or Orugou for thu Cuuuty of Omok. , llnlph II. Ilrownlow, plaintiff, . Iva M. Ilrownlow, defendant. To Iva M. Ilrownlow, nbovo namoii defendant! In the name of tho Htnto or Oregon you are hereby required to appear1 and answer complaint or thu plaintiff men iiKninsi you in inn innim imi- ( ( titled action and Court within txuVfX dnys from tiiu survicu or mis sum. moiis upon you, If served within Crook County, Htato of Oregon, or U served within any other County, within this State, then within twenty days from thu date or tho service of this summons upon you, or If not) sorvud within the State or Oregon, then on or before Thursday, the 8tli day of May, 1013; and you aro further notified that If you rail to appear and answer for want llmn'of the plaintiff will take Judgment against you as prayed for In the com plaint on nin herein, to.wlt: That the bonds of matrimony now uxWllug, between you and plaintiff be forever dissolved and held for naught This summons Is served upon you, by publication thereof In The llniiii llullcllu. a newspaper of u'ouural cir culation published at llend, Crook, county, Oregon, fur six suociavo wveka commencing with tho Issue of March 19th, 1913, ami ending ltli, the Issuo of May 7th, 1013, by order' or tho Honorable O. Springer, Coun ty Judge or Crook County, State of Orogon. iimdo and entered on tho1 12lh day of March. 1913. Dated and published tho first tlmo March 19, 1913. VERNON A. FORMS. ' 2-8 . Attorney for Plaintiff.' Hoofing of nil kinds. Hopnlrlnjc promptly done. J. A. MacCLOSKEY TINNINO. AND - Furnace Contractor Guttering, Spouting, Cornices und Skylight. J. J. RYAN Sanitary Plumbing STEAM AND HOT WATI1R IIHATINO. JOimiNO Promptly Attended to, Pnstelflce llox No. 171 Offlco on Wall Street with Chas. Hunter Billiards and Pool Flnonnl fopulnr Lino of CIGARS Robert Blackwell Wall Street, Dend, Oregon N. P. WEIDER PAINTER AND t PAPER-HANGER. Estimates on Wall Pnpor at J application Portland Prices Cheapest nnd Best Wall Pupor Samples In tho county. Get My Prices. Shop on Ortgon Street, Kr of IH tchulct Uuuk KOXJ9. UliND.OKllOON Clover Leaf Dairy ' PURE MILK AND CREAM 1 'i TBLni'HONB v and we will deliver , S. L. STAATS, Prop. I fm r t u I, V' W wv viWU.