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THK nKNt) HULLF.YIN, URNI), WEDNESDAY. APRIL JVO, 10in.
WAS A TRAPPER
TELLS OF WINTER
Portland Rasctmll Chief, "Who
Camped on Upper Deschutes, Now
Featured ns Mighty llond Uullder
for the La Tlno Folks.
t Thrt fntlnwltlir In nvtrnftml fmm
an OrcgonlaiTartfclo recounting tho
exploits Inst winter of 11111 Hodgcrs,
captain of tho Portland Denver baae
ballltos: For tho past two winters Rodgera
has been dolvlng into the wilds of
Oregon In search of oxcltoment,
game and pelts. Last year tho trip
wiiis much moro arduous, so 1)111 sent
Mrs. Rodgcrs East and hooked up
KQTIQK TO CREDITORS.
In tho County Court of tho State of
Oregon for tno county oi urooic.
In tho matter of tho astnto of Ocorgg
11. Pulllam, deceased.
Kotlco Is horeby glvon by tho un
dersigned, tho duly Appointed, quail
fled and acting administratrix of tho
eatuto" of Oeorgo 11. Pulllam, deceased
to tho creditors and nil porsotiB hav
ing claim against tho said deceased or
said estate, to present them, verified
as required by law, within six months
after tho tlato ot tho first publication
of this notlco to the said itdmlnltitrn
trlx at tho oftlco of her attorney, Ver
non A. Forbes, In the First National
Hank Dutldlng ot Rend, Oregon, tho
sumo being tho place for tho trans
action of tho business ot said cstato
In said county and state.
Administratrix of tho cstato ot
Oeorgo 11. Pulllam, deceased. 5-9
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
In tho County Court ot tho Btnto ot
Oregon for tho Count)' of Crook.
In tho mattor of tho cstato ot Oeorgo
V. Knapp, deceased.
Notlco is hereby given by tho un
dersigned, administrator ot tho es
tate ot Oeorgo V. Knapp, deceased,
that ho has made and tiled with tho
clerk ot tho County Court of Crook
county, Oregon, his final account ot
your furthot right to bo hoard, thoro-
In, clthor before this office or on np
poal,, It you fail to fllo In this ofllco
within twenty days after tho
FOUUTIt publication ot this notlco,
ns shown bolow, your answor, undor
oath, specifically mooting and re
sponding to thoBo allegations tit con
tost, or it you fall within that tlmo to
fllo in this ofllco duo proof that you
have Borvod a copy of your answor on
tno said contestant In person or by
registered mail. If this scrvlco is
mado by tho dollvory of a copy of
your answer on tho said contestant
In portion, proof ot such sor
ylco must bo either tho said contest
ant's written acknowledgment of his
receipt ot tho copy, showing tho dato
of Its receipt, or tho affidavit of tho
person by whom tho dollvory was
mado stating when and whoro tho
copy was delivered; if mado by regis
tered mall, proof ot such service must
consist ot tho nllldavlt of tho person
by whom tho copy wns mailed sta'lng
when and tho postofflco to which It
wns mailed and this nflldavlt must
bo accompanied by tho poatinstqr
receipt for tho letter.
You should state In your nnawor
tho nnmo Ot tho postotllca to which
you dcalro further notices to bo sent
0. V. MOORE, Register.
Dato of llrst publication April 10,
Dato ot second publication April
Data of third publication April 30,
Dato ot fourth publication May 7,
In tho Circuit Court ot tho Btnto of
Oregon for Crook County.
Unttifd Warehouse Company, n cor
poration, plalutlrt, vs. W. F. and
Maxo I.ockwood, defendant.
To W. F. Lock wood and Mn.o I.ock-
wood, nbovo named defendants:
In tho nnmo of tho Btnto of Oregon
you are hereby required to appear
and answer tho complaint ot tho
plnlntlft filed against you In tho
nbovo untitled suit within ten days
from tho tlnto of service of this sum
mons upon you It served within
Crok county, Oregon, or It served
within any other county of tho stato
of Oregon, then within 30 days ot
the duto of tho service of thin sum
mons, and it served upon you by
publication, than ou or before thu
I. O. O. I
Ilend !odg No. lilrt
Regular Mootlngu ovary Monday night
W. L. Wing, V. N. Hoffman,
N. O. Hooy.
for a long stay in tho Cascades noar """ ,." "- Ul
the Beadwaters of tho Deschutes. ffK.'iK.To
Flvo camwi. 76 miles from llend .X5tl da of Mn l9.J3l 10
Mm mi I f mm mmmm ft- I mm. mn mW m a 1 1 m A m A a f
with Dill Shanglo, a veteran trapper. . "k .. it , , ,
fn - i,, . in h ron.i nr tl,a th Honorable Judge of said
In tho forenoon at tho County Court
Room in Prlnevtllo, Oregon, ns the
tlno snd plnco of hearing tho final
settling of said estate.
Dated this 8th day or April. 1013.
O. C. HENKLB,
Administrator of tho cstato of
Oeorgo W. Knapp, deceased.
Vernon A. Forbes, attorney for ad
.Flvo camps. 76 miles from Uend
and to tho southwest, wero tho cen
ter of tho activity of tho two Dills,
SBanglo and Rodger.
"At these Ave camps, tho highest
ono being on 15 feet of snow at tho
top oL tho Cascades, lines of trap's
to) tho number ot 150 extended for
, -'Whcn wo left tho wickiup, our
main camp, and went to our Crane
Pralrlo camp, 12 miles up tho moun
tains; Graft and" X, who wont Into
partnership to 'trap marten, wero
snowbound from January 2 to Janu
ary 25," naya tho ballplayer-trapper.
After the storm had subsided the
duo started out for La Pino to get
500 pounds ot provisions. When
they arrived t the town, a side trip
was undertaken, Rodger and Graft
figuring as Toadbullder.
VL& Pine people wero anxious to
have a road opened from their town
to East Lake, whero a hotel Is to bo
built at tho hot springs. Thoy pre
vailed on Rodgera and Graft to un
dertake the job, so for a week the
two sklled for 18 miles between the
two points seeking for a favorable
grado for a road.
'VTho trip was successful and the
La Pino people have promised to
name the road "Rodgera Road."
WKKKIA" MARKET REPORT.
NORTH PORTLAND, April 25.
Receipts for tho week have been:
Cattle 1522. calves 34, hogs 1680,
sheep 842, horses 67.
A steadier cattle market due to
a 'largo proportion of well finished
steers. Top load during tho six days
sold at 8.15, others at 8 and $8.10.
Hulk top is Just steady at $8.
liutchcr stock has been comparatively
scarco and: all lines Armor. Deof
liquidation was liberal and outlet is
,none too broad. Medium and poor
stuff is difficult tn sell at nny price.
Steers at 8, cows J7. bulls JC and
calves $9 are ex'remo levels In tho
oattle market. Swine trade sufferod
fjirthor losses this week whloh
would have bosn more severe had
not receipts been small. $8.75 Is con
sidered a liberal top with an oc
casional sale at $8.85. Tendency Is
downward and market circles pessl
mlstlc. Another slow week In tho
sheep house featured only by an
f$8.75 lamb transaction. All mutton
classes are strong. Demand Is good
isnd prices on firm basis.
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
Department of tho Interior, United
States Land Office, Tho Dalles,
Oregon, April 7, 1913.
To John H. Williams, of Sumner,
You are hcroby notified that D. P.
Boon who gives It. D. No. 1, Uend.
Oregon, aa tils postofflco address, did
on April 3, 1913, (lie in this offlco
his duly corroborated application to
contest and sccuro the cancellation
of your homestead entry No. --,
Serial No. 06510. made April 25,
1910, for WH. Section 4, Township
20 S., Range 18, K.. Wlllamotto Me
ridian, and as grounds tor his contest
he alleges that said John H. Wil
liams has nevor been on tho land
since filing ou same; that ho has
abandoned samo for more than one
year last past.
You nro, therefore, further noti
fied that the said allegations will bo
taken by this offlco as having been
confessed by you, and your said entry
will bo canceled thereunder without
WE ARE BUSY.
Because our Stock is fresh and our
PRICES the LOWEST in town
' Mr. Homesteader, it will pay you to get
our prices before buying elsewhere.
L. B. MISENER
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
TELEPHONE. Bend, Oregon.
Candies, Fruits, Nuts
FRESH POPCORN AND PEANUTS
POST CARDS 1c EACH.
Photographs of Deschutes Valley
Boyd UullJlng--Oreenwood Avenue
If you are In need of fire protection
ur nurviy uunu, we can lUKC care or
you lii die bent conuuinl. No mis
take made In on: office, jlomeseek
erg Land Co. Adv. ntf
'NOTICE FOR I'URLICATIOX.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
. Land Offlco at The Dalles, Oregon,
Notice Is horeby given that James
.A. E antes of Rend, Oregon, who, on
May 2nd, 1910, made homestead en
try, No. 06666, for NHSWVi. SW
SWU, Sec. 20, Jand NWHNWJi,'
Section 29, Township 17 South,
jinnge 12 East. Willamette Meridian,
Iiob filed notice of Intention to make
fiail flute er proof, to establish
claim to thu land above described, be
fore,!!, C. Ellis, U. S. Commissioner,
at his office, at Pend, Oregon, on the,!
i in any or June, i9iii.
Claimant names as witnesses:
John S'tcldl, Frank O. Minor, Thomas
Tweet, Urllng C. Coe, all of Dend,
7-11 C. W. MOORE, Register.
NOTICK FOK rUIILICATIO.V.
Department of the Interior, U. 8.
Land Office at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
April 14th, 1913.
Notlco Is heroby given that Arthur
D. Morrill, son and only heir at law
pf llolman W. Morrill (deceased) of
Powell Rutte, Oregon, who, on April
9th, 1S08, made homestead entry No.
15950, Serial No. 0437C, for lot 4,
(8WKSWU) Sec. 30. and NW
NE4. NHNWU, Section 31, Town
ship 17 South, Range 12 East, Wil
lamette Meridian, has filed notice of
luteutlon to make final five year
jiroof, to establish claim to tho land
jtbove described, beforo H. C, Ellis,
U. 8, Commissioner, at his office at
Ilend, Oregon, on tho 24th day, of
IS Claimant names as witnesses:
William A. Dates, Elmer Nlswonger,
Michael J. Kelly. William P. Down
ing, all of Dend, Oregon.
7-11 O. W. MOORE, Register.
IN CENTRAL OREGON
We have been locating Government Lands In
Central Oregon for four years.
We know all the country and all the land -;,
open to entry.
We have located 90 per cent of the settlers In
We own our own cars and can show you all
the country for less money than anybody in
We guarantee all locations made by our
If you want to see the best lands In Central
Oregon, It will pay you to call and see 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 anil Wall Sis,
O. C. MGNKLli and E. R. POST, LOCATORS.
M. W. OK A.
Pilot llutta Camp No. 0704
Meota every Tuesday In Bather Hall.
Visiting Neighbors always welcome.
W. W. Oroutt, Consul,
Martin It, Knutson, Ulork.
loihii: n o. luii
K. of 1.
Meets every Wednes
day evening at 8 p. m.
In Castle Hall, 10. A.
Hnther lltdg. Visiting
Juu In ties, C-O,
L. M. Mclteynolds,,
K. of R, & 8.
REND LOIXli: NO. 12IU
A. 1 A A. M.
Meets ou Thursday on or bo
foro tho tuli moon uf each
month. Visiting brothers
J. D. Davidson, A. M. Irn,
W, M. Secretary
8th day of May, 101H, nud you nn,
eaah of you are hereby notified that
if you fall so to appear and answer. ,
for want thereof thu plaintiff wilt up.
ply to tho court for iho relief prayed
for In thn complaint mi fllo herein,
to-wlt! For Judriintmt against you
and each of you for tho num. of
7r..(!H, together with tho contn mid
illHbursomentH of this notion.
This summons lit published In Tho
llond llulletln, n weekly nowspnpur
of general circulation, published at
llond, Crook county, Oregon, for six
huccdkhIvo weeks, by order of tho
Honorable (1. Hprliitfor, Judge of tlio
County Court. Htnlo of Orog nld
order being miido and entered on
thu SlOth day of March, 101II, in (ho
nbovo entitled caso.
Dated A n d published first tllun
this 20(h day of March. 1019.
VERNON A. KOHIIK8, .
.1-0 Attorney fur plaintiff.
Regular meetings hold by llond
Lodgo No. 897 In Bather's Hall on
tho first and third Thursday evening
each month. Visiting members ot
order always welcome.
J. II. MINER. Pros.
FRED HUEY, Soc
Rend Lodgo No. 208 meets ovory
socond and fourth Friday evening,
other's Hall. Visiting brothors
and sisters welcomed.
Mrs. Lucy French, N. O.
.Miss au V. Force, Rec. Secy,
Regular meeting on first snd
third Friday evenings at Balhor'n
Mrs. Margaret Rates, Oracle.
Mrs. Alfarcttn Orcutt, Recorder.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR.
Rend lodge meets In regular ses
sion on the Second and Fourth Mon
day Evening each month, In Masonic
Hall. Fnunlo Farrls, W. M.,
Arrlo Rlaek, Secy.
DIRECTORY OF OIT1CIAI.H.
Rresldont Wood row Wilson
Vice President. .Thomas R. Marshall
Secretary of State W. J. Ilryan
Secretary of Navy , . Josophus Daniels
Secretary of War . . . . L. M. Oarrliun
Sccrotnry of Interior . . . . F. K. Lane
Scorolary Agriculture D, F. Houston
Secretary of Treasury AS'. F. MeAdoo
Beorctary Commerce . .W. U. Rudflnld
Secretary of Labor . . . ,W. II. Wilson
Attorney Oeneral ..Jas. MoRoynolds
Postmaster Oeneral .Albert Rurleson
Oovornor Oswald West
f Secretary of Stato ....II. W. Olcott
Tronsurcr Thos, R. Ku
Atty Conors! A. M. Cruwford
Superintendent Public Instruction . .
U R. Alderman
State Printer W. S. Dunlwuy
Commissioner Labor Statistics ....
O. P. Iloff
Game Wardon W. L. Flnloy
Stuto Engineer John II. Lonlb
United Stales Senators
(1 cor ce E. Chamberlain
. Harry W. Lnmi
Congressmen A. W. Lafforty
N. S. Slnnott
Seventh Judicial District.
Judge W. L. Ilradshaw
Attorney W, R. Hull
Judgo O. Springer
Clerk ............ Warren Drown
Shorlft Frank El'kltis
Treasurer ..Ralph Jordan
Assessor ............ II. A. Fostor
School Supt .J. E. Myers
Coroner P. II. Polndoxtor
Survoyor Fred A. Rico
Commissioners ...... II. H. Rayloy
Willis w. Drown
Circuit Meets first Monday In
May and third Monday in Octobor.
Probato Moots first Monday In
Commissioners' Moots first Wed
nesday In January, March, May, July,
Boptombor nnd Novombor.
Ilend School DUtrlct No. 12.
Directors H, J, Ovorturf, Climn
F. M. Ray
Clydo M. McKay
Clerk II. E. Allen
City of Hentl.
Mayor Q. P. Putnam
Recorder II. O. Ellis
Treasurer ......... .11, J. Ovcrturf
Chief of Pollco 8. E. Roborts
City Englneor , ...Ocorge 8. Young
Councllmon II. E, Allen
A. L. French
,.,,......,., ,A. 8, Collins
I..,,...,,,,,,, 11, D, Ford
............. ,E. A. Bather
Justices of the Pence
Rend Precinct . . . . , .Ward II. Coble
Deschutes Proclnct ,..W. W. Orcutt
In tho Circuit Court ot tho Hiito
of Oregon fur tho Cuunty ot Crook.
Ralph II, llrownlow, plaintiff, vs.
(vn M. llrownlow, diifuudant.
To Ivn M. llrownlow, nbovo uamod
In thu name of tho Stnto of Oregon
you nro hereby required to appear
ami answer complaint of tho plaintiff
filed ugaliint you In the nbovo in-, 4
titled action mid Con it within ten
days from tho service ot this' sum
mons upon you, If served within
Crook County, Statu of Oregon, or
If served within any other County
within this State, then within twenty
days from tho dato of thu service of
this siiiuuioiih upon you, or If not
served within thu State of Oregon,
then on or before Thursday, tho Mb
day of May, 1913; nud you nro
further notified that If you fall to
appear and nuswor for want thereof
thu plalutlrt will take Judgment
ugnlnst you m prayed tor In the com
plaint on fllo herein, to-wlt: That
tho bonds of matrimony now oxUtltu
hotwucn you and plaintiff bo forever
dissolved and held for naught
This summons Is served upon you
by publication thereof In The Ilend
llulletln, a newspaper of general cir
culation published at Ilend, Crook
county, Oregon, for six successive
weeks commencing with the Issuo of
March 19th, 1913, and ending with
the Issuo of May 7th, 1913, by order
of the Honorable O. Springer, Coun
ty Judgo of Crook County, State of
Oregon, made and entered an thu
13th day of March, 1913. I
Dated and published tho first Hum
March 19, 1913.
VERNON A. FORRES.
2-8 Attorney for Plaintiff. I
ltooflng of nit kinds. Kopalrinsf
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
Cornices unit Skyllhta.
J. J. RYAN
Promptly Attsndcd to.
I'ostoUlce Hox No, 171
Office on Wall Str
with diss. Hunter
Flnoo.n1 Popular Lino of
Wall Strcot, Uend, Orctton (
N. P. WEIDER,
EatlmntcBon Wall Pnpor at-
application l'ortlnnd Prices
Chcniwat nnd Beat Wall Paper
Samples In tho county.
Get My Prices.
Shop on Orrxou fittttt, 1IOX ?
Hur of IKKliutc liouk UltND.OHHCiON
Clover Leaf Dairy '
and wo will deliver
S. L. STAATS, Prop. '
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