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Tin: iti;s'i iii'MjEtlv, bend, ore., wednkhbay, may o, ion.
AN ENGINEERING! FEAT.
DullilltiQ ii nnllrand Aaron (ho lot unci
AIoiik llio Coppur river vnlley Hen
n Hiittttliirtl nimi' rnlimiul. 11)1 tulle In
leimlli, tht litilldliiK ii r which wim lilted
villi rommieu, Hh i-oiiHtniilloii In re
pi id I'd iin u (llxtliirt font In world'n
MUluecrliiK. Tlii" mini rriiM'i tho riv
er between two uliu'liirit (ChlhU iinfl
The fiile work of the hrhltfo wnn
llllll (Ml till' !' Ill WlllItT, Ml'll WITC
hired to work nlKht iiimI duy. M. J.
llmiey, l lit enntnietor, the iiinti who
tiullt itnother "linpiMMlhlv" ronil itrro
itpvinumitiiliiN frnin Wuirwii.v, mill hi
Afi't (iiikIiiiit. . C. Ilnwkliirt, run
eelved the lili'H of iMlntr tliu rlvnr :o
fur tin bridge HcnITiililliit;-
A tint Nprluit approached hundreds
of iiK'ii were kept busy cvury lulutito
of I Ih tin Mini iiIkIiI, fr If nut com
pleted by tho time the Ice burnt nil the
work iiml iiuititrlul would huvu been
l'lu lew wonl mil. rnrrylnu the fnbo
work with ll, Ii- Hum mi Imiir nftor
tlit' Hpikc wiim driven In the cmiiicctlntf
Hjmu iiiuPthe work wits completed.
The lirliliw itwt ll.4fri.000. - "Aliuku.
mi l!niilre In tin Mukluu." by John J.
Lonvo your order for broad, aakun
mill (dim. 'o nmko tho bunt. Amort
win Unitary. Adv.
AN PM-WAL AMOUNT !' PAINT
IN(1 DONE THIH HPRINO.
"KvorythltiK come to tliono who
liimtlo while thoy wait," seonis to lio
tliu motto adopted by our enerKctle
merchants, llund Hardware Co., for
thoy hnvo cortnlnly been hustling
In hnoktns; up their excellent nd
vorllnltiK In tho columua of Tho llnd
Bulletin their hnndsomn window dls
playii liavu proved most directive.
According to it convolution with ono
of our reporter there linn boon nn
tiiiimtinl nuiount of painting done In
Rend. OreRon, this spring. That's n
nlicn of prosperity, wo'ro Kind to see,
TliU week door pnlnt ! tho lender
In their window. How nn old eorntch
d Tloor or a ninrred bare floor can
be i;en n hard, serviceable, easily-Vept-olenn
surfaeo. I clonrly shown
by tho samplo thoy display. Advor
tlHornvnt. POWELL BUTTE V
(Continued from puro 2.)
club was orsnnlied recently and hnvo
for their motive, assistance to chil
dren I cm fortunnte thnn themselves.
Qrtloni nre Mlldrol Alley, president,
Hslall Ihimphroy, secretary. 1-nnl
Week's meeting wna nt tho homo of
The Kttvernl ditch riders In thU
Mellon of tho C. O. I. Co. nro tak
ing statistics of lands In nctunl cultl
vntlon In their reipeotlva territories.
Henry Keller of Waters visited A.
II. Ithodo Thursday nnd Frday, re
turning homo Hnturduy. ' Messrs.
Kiilloy nnd Ithodo were business vis
Horn to 1'rlnevlllo Frtdny.
Mm. Hobert Kill chaperoned n
parly of youngster on n May day
plcnlo Friday, Lunches worn tnkon
i) Mil an enjoyahlo tlmo wna hnd by
Mr. Klliabeth Korrcat ctnaed a
Muccemiful term of achool nt tho Hhep
nrd dUtrlct Friday. An entertain
ment of muoh merit wna Klvon to tho
lnrx.0 numlter of (tntrona nnd frlendn
who crowded tho house Irf tho ovon
InR. Mra. John Klnaler rolnrned to hor
homo In Itedmond Hnturdny nfter a
two dayp vlalt with her nona, Frank
nnd George, nnd their fnmlllen.
Mra. A. V. Ilnrn vlaltcd hor dnush-
tnra In I'rlnorlllo tho lattor pnrt of
0. C. Trunadnlo loat a vnlunblo
milk cow Hundny from bloat.
Mr. nnd Mra. McCnftory, Mr. nnd
Mra, Lennon nnd Minn Marin Austin
of Itedmond were ontartnlnod nt the
Allen Wlllcoxon homo Rundny.
Mra. den. Hockmnu vlaltcd In
fluy Keura hnd thn mlnfnrtunn to
Ket a homo qulto bndly out Hundny.
The nlmnl beenmo frlRhtened nt aomo
covered wngonn nonr tho rond wnr
nnd ran Into n wlro fence nimtnlnliiR
Homo Hovore outn. Mlrnt Ada, who
wnn with her father nt tho tlmo, wna
thrown from tho rl. hut wnn fortu
imto to oaonpo with n few allRht
J. I., aibion. hln hired man nnd
two tiinm. headed for Luldlnw Mon
r. whoro tlioy will do nomo work
fin the formor'n plnoo.
KveonMonnilv good luok hnn at
tended tho efforts of Mm. fluy Sonrn
nt ohtekon rnlalnsr thin aprlnK. Just
recently alio ohtnlnod 150 cltlokn
from n poMilhlo 101. All told Mra.
tionra hnn 3&0 llttlo chloka and Is atlli
V. 0. Mustard nnd llonry Twoot
roturned Hundny from n four dnva
trip nbovo llond whoro thoy wont for
polos with which to build a hay dor.
I'OWEMj IIUTTR, April 20.A
torrlllo dust ntorm atrunk hero today
followed by a Hurry of snow. or
tftbntelr It lnatvtl bif. n nliort tlmo.
Ii. W. lllnlr lost a QuornBoy cow
from nlfnlfn blont Inst week. .This
1l n ncrlous Ions nn Mr. Hlnlr bouijht
2 Ouornsoy holfors from Mr. llrndloy
iinhr.Hcdmond who Bhlppod them In.
Ong died nt cnlvliiK tlmo and now tho
othnr. which freshenod but n fow
ilayn lioforo dyliiR. . , .
J. P. llowmnn. who hns hoe" inul
Ing lumbor from Orinin's Mill to
jtho plnnor In Hond lout his blR black
mnro from collo innt weok. Ho camo
liomo for nnothor horso and U bncK
at work nnln. . .
Mr. Walter Fostor hns boon In
Prlnovlllo tho past wook, with her
mninor, wno linn uno uu i"i"
nnottea fovor. Mr. I-oiir, Mrs. Fos
top's fnthor, enmo out nftor hor.
(Reeehl fa Tho Ilujlotln)
UJiMSAN, my X. A needed Im
provomont was mado on tho ronua in
Mllllt'nn vnlley on good ronds day.
A. A. HHmoro, p, it. Johnson. V. II.
Itoiini nnd A. II. (loodiunu nnd mom
worked on. tho lleud-Hurim rond nnd
(loo. Mllllcnn iiHiiliitod llio IiiUIim In
improvliiK tho Pnelllo Iir;livuy,
(Hpiuiltil (o Tho llullutln.)
HAMPTON HUTTM, Muy 2. Miss
IJIvu McFnddun Hindu a IiiihIiiohh trip
to lleiid hint Friday, roturiiliiK Hnt
urdny. Mm. C. Illumnn wnn a lluok Crook
visitor hint Tiuisdny.
Mrs, J. Perry of Oliiss Dutte, nmde
sumo purclutMes lit HrookliiKS ntoro
Ilnldwln KitHspohl of ChlcnRO vnl
ley pnssetl throiiRh horu on his way
Tho llrooklilKN llottd roportn n
Kood buslnoHs, over SCO roKlntored
dufltiR tho mouth of April.
Harold MoFndden Is working for
M. H. Drown 4n Pleosnnl Vnlley.
Mrs. Adn H. Mllllcnn of Mllllcnn
citine up on II. (J. Ferris' truck Inst
Wetlnwtdny V vlnlt with Mrs. llrook
Iiirb. Uho returned Thursdny.
Pert Meokn Is plowing 10 no res
for Chris Tinner.
V. Holiredur mudo n trip to lluok
Creek Inst Tuesday.
0. P. Puluntn, Mr. ntid Mrs. A.
M. PrliiRlo nnd Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
Hudson ruRlstered nt HrookliiKS' Ho
tel Inst Thurudny, on their wny homo
from Paisley and other nouthuru
T. C. ISwIiir Is employed nn rond
boss on tho Paulina rond.
Miss Mary drown and her brother
were over to bay supplies at llrook
(inbrlel llntoutl spout sovnral days
lookliiR for ono of his horses which
Osonr lllsck Is flnlllnR onts for
seed. Tho onU wero rnlsod on tho
Miss Hlva McFaddcn Is fcncliiR
100 ncres nnd hns hnd 10 acres nut
Into crop on her homestead lu.PIens-
(HpccUl to Tho llullotln)
1.A PINU, April 29. Mrs. Hays, a
sister of Mrs. Adn Drowning, who tins
been vUUIiik hero for tho psst wook,
loft for Fresno yestordny. C. 13.
WUo took hor to llcnd.
Aliihonso Ayn. John II. Curl. J. W.
Ilrower nnd W. 0. Fordhsm nro look
ing ovor tho Innd south of here that
la to bo sot nsldo for reolniuatlon pur
poses, Wilt Holllnshead Is In town today.
J. J. Kiir- nnd wlfa moved to their
hojuostond Inst Thursdny.
Mrs. drowning, Mrs. I lays nnd Mm.
Horry, visited nt OeorKo Sly'a laat
Mra. W. T. Arnold la on tho alck
list this week.
(Rpcolnl to Tho llullotln)
BTAUFFKH. April 29 Perry Hnr
toon mndo n business trip to llrook
Iiirs laat Monday.
Jack Hmlth mnda a business trip
to Ilutto Inst week.
llort Mcoks pnssod through on his
wny to Jew valloy with a load of
supplies for Miss Cummlngs.
K. Plnkus and C. J Utauffer mndo
a flying trip to llond last week.
Henry Kinsman arrived Sunday to
begin work on his homestead.
lion Ithodes' family nrrlved Sat
urday on their homestead.
C. It. Wooloy Is digging a well on
his homestead In Hulto.
One dny Inst wook Commissioner
Btauffor tllod five homestead entries.
Miss Cummlngs passed through on
hor way to her homestead Hundny.
A. II. Davis recently lost his best
I.nwn mowers, gnrden hoso, grass
seed. Skuno Hnrdwnro Company, adv
Puro by Government Tct.
ii ci:nth pi:u i.u., iikxo.
Kontl for Hnmplo
ItOX 1 1 1
i i m. .iiinn $
I DRAY LINE
$ All KliiiU of Light and Heavy
t llnullnft Quick llcHvericH of
i Trunks, Ksprmm Ktc, Onr-
S delis FertllUtHl, Ploued aud
Leveled. Hntlafacllon Gunr-
uutood. Price Hcnsonablo-
j HOIWKS AND COWS FOK
THIS PAPER REPRESENfCD FOR FOREIGN
ADVERTISING DY THE
NEW YORK ANp CHICAGO
BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIE3
OREOON and WASHINGTON
( Business Directory
A Dlrwtorr of ch Cltr, Town ana
Vlllss. stvln dKtlpltv skstch of
soli plo, locsllon, population, teU
STsph, shlpplnr nJ tisnklnr point I
Jk ClsatintJ Dlrtctory, coraptUtt If
business ana prottnlon.
lUt. I'OUC CO.. BBATTUB
Paint Kitchen Floors
Don't Scrub Them
Avoid tho backache and Bore knees caused by
scrubbing bare floors. Painted floors arc easy to keep
bright and clean, arc attractive and very inexpensive.
gives a hard, durable, sanitary fininh for floors, steps of
any inside surface to be walked on, easy to keep clean
and hard to
Bend Hardware Company
BTAUPPKK, April HO. Arclilo
Hmlth wont over to Duck Creek to
work for a while
Hornco HrookliiKS and Mrs. Ilcrt
Mcoks waro at Btauffor Sunday.
Tho linso hull Kotno between Btauf
for and Lost Creek was won 13 to
14 In favor of Stauffer.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mossier spent
Sunday at Miss Mrooklngs.
A. II. Ycok and two sons mndo a
huslncts trip to Lakovlow last week. (
U. u. Asitny una returned irom
I'ortlnnd whoro ho hns xnsn employ
ed na cook for tho lust six months.
Another family of homesteaders
passed throuRli on their way to tholr
O. C. Mitnklo wan through horo
Sunday with a party looking for Innd.
Paul HrookliiKS on mo ovor last
last, Sunday to attond school for
about two months.
Wo now have a voting proclnct in ,
tho valloy. tho Lost Crcuk school
houso hulnc tho polling place.
K. V. Wooloy and family aro In tho
valloy looking for land and expects
to fllo soon. I
C. J. Btauffor mado a trip to ncnu
(Special to Tho llullotln)
LOST CMiBK, April 27.- Vorn
und Hnrloy Ycck havo gono down
near Lakovlow to work.
Press Do Witt was ovor from Egll
K. F. Kinsman and family canio In
Mra. J. 0. Perry of Surprlso val
ley, visited a number of friends In
this valley several days tho past
Mrs. Harris has been forcing the
season by serving homo grown rad
ishes and lettuce for so mo tlmo past.
C. Davis had tho misfortune to
loose his host horse last week. It
oautht one of Ita hind feet In Its
halter and was killed.
Archlo and Ilease Smith have gono
to Klamath Falls to work.
J. O. Perry and son coruplotod a
well for A. H. Williams, In thrco
days. Tho woll Is 170 feet deop
with 29 feet of wator. Thoy aro now
drilling a woll for Hearst brothers.
0. It. Young Is at homo again for
a fow days.
Mrs. lion Rhodes and children nro
at homo ngaln .nftor spending tho
winter with relatives In Illinois.
This district has boon mndo a vot
ing proclnct with L. M. Hubbnrd as
rogliter. James Smith hns tho hon
or of being tho 'first ono In tho dis
trict to register. Mr. Hubbard ex
pects to loavo Wodnosday ovonlng for
Lakovlow with tho registration ro-
We nre now located In the
Onclll Uulldlue next to the
Elite Studio, aood mesls
served. Bread and all kinds
of psstry for sale,
.... ROOMS AND BOARD....
Wo aro equipped to do
anything In the machine
lino, having Installed
new machinery with
which we can handle any
kind ol Job. Automobile
Repairing a specialty
Doyarmond Machine (H
Repair Shop '
Hawthorne Ave., Bend, Ore,
wear out, You can apply
It dries in a short time.
appropriate and' attractive
turns. Mrs. Hubbnrd will accom
The skeleton of a man was found
recently on Dr. Iteod's clulm.
A HtublKirn CoukIi I Wcnrlnj? and
Letting a stubborn cough "hang
on" In tho spring Is risky. Kotoy's
Honey & Tar Compound heals raw
'Inflamed surfaces In tho throat and
bronchial tubes makes sore, weak
spots sound and whole stops stub
born, tearing coughs. Itefuso sub
stitutes. Patterson Drug Co.
NOT1CK OK CONTJiST.
Department of tho Interior, United
States I-nnd Offlco. Tho Dalles,
Oregon. April 20, 191 4.
To Oust K. Carlson or 1743 W. C2nd
Street. Ballard, Seattle, Wash.,
You aro hereby notified that Al
bert J. Itamoy who gives c-o C. 8.
llonson. llend, Oregon, as his post
oRlco address, did on April 17, 1914
fllo fn this office his duly corr.oboratcd
application to contest and sccuro tho
cancellation of our homestead Entry
No. . Sorlal No. 084 60 mado March
27. 1911, for 8M Section 24. Town
ship 20, 8., Kango 18 ., Wlllatnetto
Meridian, and as grounds for his con
tost ho alleges that said Oust E. Carl
son has wholly failed to establish his
rcsldenco on said land, has totally
failed tu cuItHrttO and ImproVo the
sama as required by law and has
abandoned tho ssmo for more thsn
ono year last past. ,
You arc, thorefore, further noti
fied that tho said allegations will be
takon as confessed, and your said
entry will be canceled without fur-
MILK and CREAM
PHONE YOUIl OIIDEIIS
O. C. CARDWELL
Farmers Phono No. l.
Stram Heat, Hot nnd Cold
Witter With Bath Privileges
Xfl. A lk C..MI.IUrt l-..-l...-
Is It Done Right?
If It Is, tt wall enoUKh slona ttut un
Ufa it ts up to tba mark In avary dur
oorua and ov un. 9
LOW PRICES, BBTTER SERVICE
Bend Steam Laundry.
Put Your Uucia
In Our Suds"
DOSS V ttfniT
tlior right to bo hoard, cither lioforo
this ofllro or on appeal, If you fnll
to fllo In thin ofllco within twenty
dnys after tho FOUHTI1 publication
of thin notice, nn shown below, your
nnnwor, under oath, specifically re
sponding to tlioso nllogatlons of con-
tost, togothor with due proof that
you havo served n eonr of your nn
nwor on the said contestant either in
porson or by registered mall
You should state In your answer
tho nnmo of tho post ofllco to which
you desiro futuro notices to bo sent
II. PIIANIC WOODCOCK. Itcglnter.
Dalo of first publication May 0,
Data of scoond publication May 13,
Dato of third publication May 20,
Dato of fourth publication May 27,
t-- i am "iaii iSjmnrnr m I 1 1 , -
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
Department of tho Interior,, United
States Lund Ofllco, The Dalles, Ore
gon. April C, 11)14. ,
To Ellen M. Boyle, of Sumner, Wash
You nro heroby notified that Stan
ley Anderson whs gives c-o Walter
Taylor. Mend, Oregon, as his post of
flco nddrcss, did on March 2. 1914,
fllo In this office his duly corroborat
ed application to contest and sccuro
tho cancellation of your homestead
entry No. , Serial No, 00298, mado
March 3, 1910, for VA Section 3,
Township 20. S.. Range 18, E., Wil
lamette Meridian, and ag grounds
for his contest ho alleges that said
Ellen M. Boylo has failed to establish
her resldcnco on said tract; that sho
has failed to cultivate said tract or
any part thereof; that said entry
woman has abandoned snid tract for
more than six months last past.
You are, therefore, further noti
fied that the said allegations will bo
taken as confessed, and your said en
try will bo cancelled without further
right to bo heard, cither before this
offlco or on appeal, If you fall to file
in this offlco wlUilo twenty days af
ter tho FOURTH publication of thlrf
notice, as shown below, your answer,
under oath, specifically responding to
these allegations of contest, together
with due pro f that yon have served
a copy of your answer on tho said
contestant either In person or by reg
You should stato In your answor
the name of tho post office to which
Is Band's Leading Hotel
It is a fireproof building
It Is thoroughly modern
It b comfortable, commodious, clean
BOOMS FROM SO CENTS UP
MEALS FROM 23 CENTS UP
The want of aH arc saUsfled well at
THE WRIGHT HOTEL
.Automobiles to all Iiterior Fiiits. '
THE WRIGHT H0TEL
CENTRAL OREGON'S FmE LIFE accident,
K,B.n A f" 'V" PLATE GLASS, AUTOMO-
Leading INSURANCE Agency hile, surety, bonds.
City and Farm Property
AUBREY 1 Lots $150 to $350
HEIGHTS ( TERMS: $5 Cash and
orokla) 3 Monthy
J A CaCTCC Offlco on Oregon Street
A. JCD I ED BEND, z-: OREGON
Headquarters for Commercial Alctt
Electric Llchted Throughout
THE BEND HOTEL
HUGH O'KANE, MANAQUR
Free bus to
and from trains
Pilot Butte Hotel
V J. F. TAUQART, Proprietor.
Comfortsblo Rooms, Courteous Treatment
Reasonable Rates, preo Auto Service to
Trains. Dining Room Service the Best in
Bend. Headquarters for auto lines to all
points south and southeast. .. .
ONE CENT A WORD is all
you desiro futuro notices to bo sont
II. FfrANK WOODCOCK, Register.
Dnld of first publication April 22,
Dato of scoond publication April
Onto of third publication May 0,
Dato of fourth publication Mny 13,
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
Dopartmont of tho Interior, United
States Land Ofllco, Tho Dalles,
Oregon, April 10, 1914.
To Alfred Howard of Bend, Oregon,
You are heroby notified that Sam
Moshor, who gives 229 Front Street.
Portland, Oregon, as his post-offlco
address, did on January 20, 1914,
file In this office hln duly corroborat
ed application to contest and sccuro
tho cancellation of your homestead
Entry No. , Serial No. 09759, made
December 15, 1911, for 'EH Section
8, Township 20, 8., Range 15, E .
Willamette Meridian, and as grounds
for his contest he alleges that said
cntryman has never cultivated said
land or any part thorcot and ho has
entlroly failed to Improve said tract
than to construct an unlnhabitablo
shack; that ho has abandoned and
deserted said land for moro than ono
year last past.
You are, therefore further notl
fled that the said allegations will bo
taken as confessed, and your .entry
will bo cancelled without further
right to bo henrd either before this
office or on appeal, If you fall to fllo
in this offlco within twenty days after
tho FOURTH publication of this no
tice, as shown below, your -answer,
under oath, specifically responding
to theso allegations of contest, to
gether with due proof that you havo
served a copy of your answer on tho
said contestant either In person or
by registered mail.
You should stato In your answer
tho name of the postofDce to which,
you desire future notices to bo sent
to you. i
H. FRANK WOODCOCK, i
Dato of first publication April 1C,;
Date of second publication April!
Date of third publication April 29,
Dato of fourth publication May 6,
Special Attention to
Ail arrangementsmado for persona X
desiring to so south sou eesi or nero
a little want adwill cost you,