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Orchard Lands Wanted
We request early shopping, thereby avoiding
the last minute shopping
THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1909
Live Local Hopico
lie v. Walton Skip worth inaile IiIm
quarterly vlxlt In Mood Klver him)
the vnllfy thin werk.
Dance at 11 lit Grow (IrunitM Mall
New Year'H Kvi-. You are Invited. A
freHh nter flipper will lie nerved.
MUh Sadie Ford linn come up from
Portland to npent ClirlHt mn with
her parentH. Ir. and T. 15. Ford.
I'lione j our orders early for xpeclal
ClirlHtuuiH lee Cream lit In lck. Kohh
Minn Jeuule FilKliiKton, who U at
tending the I'liivernity at Salem, Im
tipeiidhiK tlie ( lirlMtniaH vacation at
Dunce and o.vxter niipper at Fine
Orove (iranjie Mall New Yearn'H Kve.
What more can you want.
Iilxhop I'addurk aunoiinceH I hat
he will ! here next Sunday and con
duct the (lnlnt inaM nervlce at St.
Murk'H Fplrtcopal Church..
Iiooth'M llaltlniore oyHterH in one
(Uirt cairn or In bulk at IIohhA: Ulch
ardrt. Order early. I'lione.
Wanted For cUMtomer now here,
'M to 40 hitch of unimproved or part
ly Improved land; iiIho dwelling In
town. (i. Y. Kd wardn & Co , I'lione
2 -Is. ( HHce next Mt. Mood hotel
We have customers for one twenty acre tract of young
orchard, for one ten acre tract mostly in bearing and
for several tracts of brush land or partly improved
lands. If you have land for sale and your price is right
we can sell it.
B. E. DUNCAN & CO.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Mr. ami Mr. I'IIhod, of Wanning
ton, 1). ('., frlendM of M. C. I'elem, ht
rived here Saturday for a vlnlt. Mr.
and Mth. I'ilHon may decide to locate
FMte ISnmlnH ami Itay Kaily the
former a Htudent at the University of
Oregon and the latter at the (). A. C.
are anion); the college lio. h who are
home for the holiday. '
The Woman' Clult will hold It h
meetiiiK WcdneHday afternoon at 2:.'l0
at K. of 1'. Mall. A musical program
will rendered following ly an addreNH
hy one of the inemlierH entitled "A
Sane Clirlst man."
The moving picture hIiowh are lie
lH liherally patronized thU wit.
An n n n hi. n I ly nol net of Mum Ik le
Iiik pri'Hented at both the Oak and
the (iem. the latter recently produc
ing Taft'n vlnit to Portland. The
program at both place I varied am
a vlxlt to both afford an entertain
The preure water tank, which
enable rancherx to have ruuniUK
water, and for which the Apple Land
& Orchard Company In aent here,
I lieluu; niipplled to a number of
home In the valley. Mr. Alma
Howe ha juwt purchawed one in con
nection will) a numlier of other ex
. tenxlvo linproveiiieiitM Im-Iiiji made at
. the Howe home, which will next
' year be enlarged to a accommodate
j 100 Kiet.
of a sensible nature and of thoroughly reliable quality can be found in
large quantities at this popular trading place. Our stock comprises a
large assortment of articles suitable for Christmas Gifts for old and
young. We are glad to show them to you and make deliveries at any
Holmes & Edwards Silverware
Keen Kutter Carving: Sets
Ever Wear Aluminum
Old Abey French Handpainted
Hammered Brass Goods
Fancy Table Lamps
W. J. McCready. who recently
bought the K. T. Neal place, ha
moved Into the Allen home on Sher
man avenue for the winter.
If you want to enjoy yourelf get
your let ttlrl and attend the dance
and oynter flipper at Pine Orove
(irane Mall New Year'-) Kve.
Mr. J. M. Weacott, who han lieen
here fir Home time vlltln; her Hons
Uobt. and .loeph Carter, returned
to her home In Chicago yewterday.
history Hood River County.
A valuable article contributed to
the Oreironlan by Frederick llolman,
president of the Oregon llltorical
Society gives the origin and namet) of
the varlou conn tie of the HtfOe. In
referring to Mood Klver county It
Mood Klver county wan created un
der an Initiative petition, a provided
by the coiiMtitutlon of Oregon, at the
election held In June 1, l'JOS. Jbe
law tliu creating It went luto effect
June 2:!, Won. It name I derived
from Mood Klver, which Hues at
Mount Mood and run through the
country Into the Columbia Klver.
Mount Mood wan (Uncovered October
2!. 1"'J2. by Lieutenant W. K. Krough
ton, K. N., who wiih Vancouver':
chief lieutenant and m-cond In com
mand of Vancouver expedition. Me
wan the firnt to acend the Columbia
Klver, above the Tongue Point.
Me named the mountain for Lord
Mood, an Kuglili nobleman, for
whom I iiIho named Hood' canal,
an arm of Puget Sound.
Shirt, f I
Upper Valley Lands.
want more of them to Hell. Ev
ery property excepting two that I
have undertaken to nell, and t tint
wa Muted with me, I have Hold. My
work in entirely In the I'pper
Valley. I believe In It and nni per
sonally lntereted In It settlement
and in the well doing of tny client.
Thl linn lieen thebaluof niyHUcce.
At fair prlcea there will be activity
and I lielleve holder of large tract
Hhould let go of ut leant part of their
holding. becaue the country can't
progre without people anil people
won't come unleH they can buy.
W. H. Maiuuiai.i..
How One Doctor Successfully Treats
"In treating pneumonia," nays Dr.
W.J. Smith of Sunder, Ala., "the
only remedy I ue for the lung I
Chamlierlaln'H Cough Ketnedy. While
of course,. 1 would treat other H.vtiip
tom witli different medicine, I have
lined thi remedy many t linen In my
medical practice and have yet failed
to find a cae where it has not con
trolled the trouble. I have ued It
mynelf, an ha a!o tny wife, for
cough and cold reeatedly, and I
iii't willingly and cheerfully recom
mend it a Huperlor to any other
cough remedy to my knowledge."
For Hale by all good dealer.
Subscribe for the New.
Nut Crackers and
Silver Knives and
in Great Array
Still undecided? Then all we
can say is Let us show you what
is said to be the foremost crea
tions in everything that particular
WALK-OVER SHOES, $3.50 AND $4.00
J. G. VOGT
Hood Klver, Ore., Itecember sth. Wotl.
To the Stockholder of the Home
Telephone Company of HooJ Klver,
The regular annual meeting of the
Htockholdcr of the Home Telephone
Company at Hood Klver, Oregon,
will lie held in t lie room In the Hood
Klver Commercial club lu the city of
Hood Kiver, Oregon, at the hour of
1:110 o'clix-k In the afternoon of Mon
day, the third (.'Jrd) day of January.
1U1U for t he purpowe of electing a board
of live (.") director to nerve for the
eiiHtiing ear and for the transaction
of Hiich other bunltie a may
regularly come before the meeting.
K. 1j. Smith, Preldent.
1. S. Dahuihon, Secretary.
Debate. Who? Hood River
High School vs. The Dalles
High School. When? Wed
nesday evening, Dec. 22.
Where? Opera house. The
admission fee? 25 cents.
The question? "Resolved,
that immigration should be
further restricted by an il
literacy test." Who's going
to win? Well come and
Advertisements for Insertion under this heading
mill be charged tor at the rate ol 25c per month tor
lutuallo three lines-no displar. Cash should
accompany copy, otherwise payable by the 10th ol
the month. As a medium tor reaching the people
the Net stands alone and uneicelled.
Rosea, Shrubs and Vines in Rood assortment fur
fall planting. Peonies 1 and 4-year old. 3.rc to
Si 00 each. Hordy Pheox, Bell Flowers, Cuapan
you. Oriental Poppies, ready now. A full line of
pot plants at Fran'. Phone for cut Mowers.
FLETCHER & FLKTCHKK
To contract clearing 5 and
10 acre tracts or brush land.
C. J. CALKINS,
Hood River Vinegar Co.
Jntl-Scrip for half a section. Address A.
' ' News office. H-51-p
TTor Sale 3 room house, lot 60x130 to 10-foot
alley, fenced all around, water in. trees; price
$l!iO; $2Ji cash, balance monthly payments. 1'hone
AVanted-To trade for R-ood apple orchard 2V0
"acre timlter tract in Lincoln County. Oregon.
Prefer bearing orchard. Full description of tim
ber tract furnished. Submit full particulars and
price on your tract in your first letter to me. J.
I). DttTenhaujrh. Monmouth. 111. 4y-o2-c
HORSE 8 ,C O W 8 7 P '1 6 87 C H I C K E hi 8 , E f C.
ITW Sale Younar piira. O. I. C. Stock, at wean
A ina" time. Phone ordera to C. E. Miller. Phone
TAr Sale 6 year old aaddle pony w
bridle a.id blanket All Kimd condi
whole outlit for only HO.0O. Tel. ,1i
X. 1. G. Ox-
borrow. R. D. 3. Hood Kiver. 60-53-c
EVr Sale - Pure bred R I. Red Cockerels
leta, Gojd winter laying strain
pr Sale Finely pedigreed. KnR-hst bull terrier
A pupa. I J. Stuart. l'nderwoii. Wash. 51-2-p
Piira For Sale-Herkshire stock. J. I Miller,
phone 31i-F. 61-2-p
UW Sale A irood aaddle pony and saddle, price
H Kline. K. F. 1). 1, llumi
'or Sale (hum! saddle horse, weight "0 lnunds;
Iso iroml sinitle driver. A bartrain. Teleiihone
For Sale-Good Saddle. Cheap. Telephone ia.
tiano For Sale-HiKh irrade, coat 14.VI. for IT.a.
Almost new, walnut case, in perfect condition.
Phone 1M-X. M-li-p
phaeton for sale. $.'. A. T. Allen. 51-2-p
Por Sale-No. 2 Smith
pr Sale-Seven hundred and fifty fine one-year-A
old Newton trees. Cheap. Phone IvM. 61-2-p
A man and family
to take ehare f
arri'), u.umi htiuse
an inirvei fruit farm, liit)
and barn, and who will also buy an intfrent there
in. (irnian or Skandmavian prefernil. Fni.uire
of John Inland Hendenn. Innrxratrtl. ti-tf-i
A Japanese hoy wantu any kind of day Wirk. .I k
n hour, i'all up -M-itL or write P. O. Hox 2.
atited-A Cfik, wontan rvferrtd. to d
c-kinjc. Knquir over Mi-LKnald
anted -To let ptntrat t to rl'r aU'iit 1i tm I
' f Mttimpn and Ktones and then plow it and 1" ,
arret adjoining Adilre K. New s otn-e. M-J-p .
LEGAL AND OTHER NOTICES !
Administrator's Mies i
tttiee in hereby given that the under?oirn'd hm J
been duly apointed hy the Hon, t'mmty urt
of the Stale of t reon for Hid Kiver I'ounty to
te administrator with the wdl nnf xl of th
estate of VIA KK KOFkK. dH-a.e.i. Ait t'rn
bavintr claims ajrnuott mhI estate are hereby noti- i
ned to present the name, duly entitM. to me, at
the ortiee of A A. Jayne, in Hni Kiv-t. nxon.
within n monthi fnwn the date f the tl rt put
litation of thi notue. WM. V.H Ki'K,
AdrainiPtrati-.r with the Will Annexed of the
F.ntateof I'eier Koitka, lereawed.
VnW of First Pubiu-ation Nov. 17. VW.
OTICE ia hereby sriven that the underaiirned
1 ha been appointed by the County Court of the
Stata of Oregon, for Hood River County, to b
administrator of the estate of Joaeph VV irnsber
ber, deceased, and all persona having: claims
against said estate are hereby notified to present
the same to me, duly verified, at the office of
A. A. Jayne, in the city of Hood River, Oregon,
within six months from the date of the first pub
lication of this notice. Date of firnt publication,
December 22. lauy. PETER MoHR,
Notice for Publication
TVpartment of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at
The Dalles, Oregon. November 16th, 1909.
Notice is hereby iriven that Hannah FairfowL
of Dee, Oregon, who. on June nh, 1908, made
Homestead. (Serial No. 0445). No. 16093.
for W1-2NE1-4. W1-2SE1-4. Section 7. Township 1
North, Rantre 10 East, Willamette Meridian, ha
filed notice of intention to make Final Commuta
tion Proof, to establish claim to the land above
described, before the Register and Receiver of
the United States Land Office, at The Dalles,
Oregon, on the 27th day of December. 19U9.
Claimant names aa witneasea: C. G. Roberta,
Albert Schiller. W. H. Marshall, John K. Macaw,
all of Dee, Oregon. C. W. MOORE,
Notice ol Final SetllenuoL
MOTICE is hereby riven that the undersigned
" Administrator of the estate of Benjamin A.
Wuest, deceased, has filed in the office of the
County Clerk of Hood River County, State of
Oretron. his final report and account of his ad
ministration of said Estate and that Monday,
the 17th day of January. 1910. at 10 o'clock a. m.,
of aaid day, in the Court Room of said County,
has been appointed aa the time and place for hear
in objections to said report and account. All
persons desiring to obiect to the same are hereby
required to hie said objections on or before said
time. JOHN A. WUEST.
Administrator of the Estate) of
50-54-c Benjamin A. Wuest, Deceased.
Notice For Publication
FEPARTMENT of the Interior. U.S. Land Office
-'at The Dalles, Oregon. November 22nd. 1909.
Notice ia hereby given that EMERY B. WALSH,
of Mount Hood, Oregon, who, on July 21st,
190. made Homestead. No. 0275, for Lots L 2 and
SE1-4NE1-4. Section 4. Township 1 South. Range
10 East, Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make Final Commutation Proof, to
establish claim to the land above described, before
Henry L. Howe, United States Commit ioner. at
his office, at Hood River, Oregon, on the 3rd day
of January, 1910. Claimant names as witneasea:
John Hoagland, of Hood River, Oregon, Edward
Rood, of ML Hood. Oregon. Adam Gasaman. of
ML Hood. Oregon. Wilham Smullen. of Ml Hood.
Oregon. C. W. MK)RE,
Notice for Publication.
DEPARTMENT of the Interior. U. S. Land office
-'at The Dalles, Oregon. November 26th. 1909
Notice ia hereby given that Mada D. Hicks, whose
post-orPce address ia Hood River. O rev on. did. on
the 23rd day of March 1909. file in this office Sworn
Statement and Application No 04624. to purchase
NE 1-4 SE 1-4, Seetion 1. Township 1 north. Range
10 east, Willamette Meridian, and the timber claim
thereon, under the provisions of the act of June S.
187S, and acts amendatory, known as the "Timber
and Stone Law," at such value as might be fixed
by appraisement, and that, pursuant to such ap
plication, the land and timber thereon have been
appraised, the timber estimated 450.0UO board feet
to. ib per M. and the land 160.00: that said at
p I icant will offer final proof in support of hia ap
plication and sworn statement on the 10th day of
February, 1910. before Henry U Howe, United
States Commisioner. at Hood River, Oregon.
Any person ia at liberty to protest this purchase
before entry, or initiate a contest at any time be
fore patene issues, by filing a corroborated affida
vit in this office, alleging facts which would de
feat the entry. C. W. MOORE,
Notice of Publication.
T"EPARTMENT of the Interior. U. S. Land office
at The Ialle. Oregon. November 27th. 1909
Notice is hereby given that Arthur S. Sisley,
whose post -off ce address i 2a East 76th SL, Port
land. Oregon, did. on the 13th day of February,
19"9. hie in thm ornce Sworn Statement and Ad
Plication, No. 02073. to purchase the SW 1-4 NW
1-4 awd St 1-4 NW 1-4. Section 35. township I
North. Range 9 EasL Willamette Meridian, and
the timber thereon, under the provisKM s of the
act of June 3. 17S, and acts ammendatory. known
as the "Timber and Stone Law" at such value as
might be fixed by appraisement, and that pursu
ant to such application, the land anil timber there
i have bven appraiMd. the timber estimated
V23.0O0 board fet at L 00 per M. and the land
1n5,00: ..ut said applicant will offer final proof
suuiM.it uf h.s application and sworn statement
on the 10th day of February. 1910. before the Re
gister and Receiver. United States Land Office,
The Ialles, Oregon. Any person ia at liberty to
protest this purchase before entry, or initiate a
contest at any time before patent issues, by tiling
a corroborated affidavit in this office, alleging facts
which would defeat the entry.
W. C. MOORE.
In tbe Circuit Court of tbe Mate of Oregon for
Hood River County.
T E. Hall. Jr.. Plaintiff, v. Ceo. B. Dartt. N. B
"Jordan. Mary P. Jordan. Humphrey Barton and
Lillian Bart.m. et al. Pffenilant -Summons - To
(ioMnre B. Psrtt. N B. Jordan. Mary P. Jordan.
Humphry Barton and Lillian Barton. dt-femUnts:
In the name of the State of Oron you are here
by required to appvar and answer the complaint
fiitxi against you in the above entitled suit on or
before the expiration of six wet-ki from the date
of the hrM publication of this:ummons. as nrrin
after stated, and if you fail to o answer for wan:
thereof the plaintiff will ai'ply to the Court
First. F'r judgment ara nt the defendant.
Ge rge B. I'artt. for the sum of four hundred ten
J-leo dollars --'. with intm-M thereon
the rate of six pr cent, per s'lnti-n from tK ;:r
day of July, l'. for the trn of ;. hundred
dollars IL'i'Vi attorney fw Pi rh.su.t. in i for
hi ctitA and diabunwinyiit ma-li1 and expended
in the same
Socond. For a decrv in fo-vlosnre !-rvting
that all of the land sitttau-i n tht county of rvml
Kivrr. Slate of t'regon. d-ii"nid a fiiiows. to
wit : The nort h-a!t ouartcr uf t l.e nor ; v i a.-t -luar-ter
of section enrhtevn 1 1" , low nxhip two
north of rane tn V r-t of trif W iiimvtti
Mcrid an. may be oId on exe. -itin ac 'nrnr to
law. and the practice of th'.t To.irt. and thai the
pn-eil of such jie rr-av rw (,, u ftrt. to the
cot and exit-ns of n-ikmrf th- n:ii', snd
sectird. to the payrnfiit 'if t h. an--u 'i' f. und il je
the plaintiff on account of hi- 'ats.jor L-n upon
a'd des.-ritietl land t'li on 'he lav of J u v,
l-w with thrCnuntv t'trrlt . f H-1 Kiver t...::iy.
treron. totr.-thrr w :H inter -sr t the rafe of six
per cent from aM .lute of Hlinir. at d a to i v
ment of thr u-n of twohur -ir.d H)i artor-
nev's fie. sf'i 'he c-t at"t iliihuwni' i "n of
ra'd suit; tr-at t he "he: . exN"L.te s Uv to nanj
property on th p: opert v in t he salt of the nte
and that tbe purch-r therof te entiif.d t the
Mjes.ttt)fi of sai l prtHtntte-i on production of sa.d
Thin!. T dt re ta whatever inf--Mvt the
defendants N I Jor-ian. 1tiy P. Jonan. Iljm
ph'ev Marton. 1 .i!! mi Ha t n. et al. hsve m said
..-crdetl land to be .it.r'.'ife to pis nt'ff s len.
Fourth. F'r jn.inrtM't t s id for suh other and
further relief in the prennws a 'o tio O'urt may
You are hereby serve,! bv p'.l'i.t-a'ion of this
tiimmont in aci-oniat:ce with the order of the
county J-nlife duly ns le sni) enter") on the IMh
day of 1 teeernlter. l1. wm.-h tmlr prt-crit-es
t hat ou sha.l appear sn l sdswer Mid complaint
ofi tr before t he ei pira' son of fnm the
date of the firt publics! ion of t h umtmonft, the
date f the firtt puhluatiun here-if is the 2nd
day of iWender, l.W.
FRNMT r SMITH.
l-4c Attorney f -r 1'la ntiff.