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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1910
We Want More Land
If yours is For Sale TELL
US about it at once :: ::
B. E. DUNCAN
Hardships of Winter The (). It. & N. Company wan at
In Days of Long Ago t,,at tlll,u liilHnr a narrow gauge
road from I uiatllla to aliuia.Hoiiie
(Continued tram Pas 1)
tempt to return, ami the next day
twenty-five mllen east, to connect
jt t tlu.t tiliii u-lth ft nniritw lrnllirp
we received ordem to take thelih; . ..... ..... ........
. iui iiiri IT Klliin II fin iiifr ixinri I imn,
to Walla Walla,. Thin wan alout
wharf loat and go Into wiuter qu lif
ters acroKM the river. It took iih all I
day to move oer and make every-1
thlnj; Hung. About dark It clouded j
up and blew a iale. Italn and nleet
It'll, strlkliiK um broadHlde. I believe,
In'.voud queMtlon, It wan the wornt
Htorm I ever exH'rlenced. We were j
lyliiK In a sheltered bay with the I
wharf boat U'tween un aud the I
nhore. An the evening wore on the)
wind Increaned In fury. The npar
limiting that held the wharf boat I
from Bhore were Hiiapped like towl
strliiRH and Hhe whh driven bollly up
on t lie licin'h. In that raging Htorm
nothing could be done, ho we re
turned again to our cozy cabin, and
Bpetit the time xpluultig yarn until
the Htorm Ix-gau to lull. Ah we sep
arated to go to ourntate roouiH 1
made the remark, "Odd help anyone
that In out In thU Htorm tonight; no
human Iwing could ever live through
It." Kittle did we think that at that
very moment a young man, the hoe
aud Htay of a widowed mother, wh
lighting a fierce battle, with all the
Htreugth In hi chilled and fainting
body, HgaitiHt that iiierrilt'H Htorm.
The morning broke, cold aud clear,
The Htorm had punned, leaving in it
trail a nheet of glittering lee. After
repairing the damage the Htorm had
done I took a boa In crew, aud
crowned to I'matllla, to learn the
newH. I found the town all agog
with excitement. Two men from the
Ice bound Mteaiuer, John Uaten, In
winter quartern at SimoiiM Landing,
about eight mllen above town, had
on their way down, found Home
truck In the huow by the ml Iron I
track. Following them for nearly
two mllcH they came acronn the body
of n man lying in the huow. He wan
hMII breathing but uucoumcIouh, On
doner examination they recognized
the featuren of young Silas Lowe, a
clerk In thecompauy'H ofliie at Uma
tilla, well known among the river
men and In Tort land. One of the
men hurried on to obtain annintance,
while the other took off hU overcoat
and, wrapping It around the Inani
mate form, endeavored to retain the
vital npark until help came. Thin
wan the caune of the excitement.
completed but not uned, only by con
struction trains, which were hauled
by two little dinkey engines. About
eight Inches of snow lay on the
ground, with some d ifts, which put
the dinkeys out of commlnnlou.
About noon the day previous a din
patch for the (iates came, which
young (Jates volunteered to deliver.
Mr. I'eabody, the agent, wauted him
to get a livery home; but Lowe, on
account of the cold, preferred to
walk. Me had reached a point with
in about two mllcH of the boat when
the storm overtook him. Evidently
fearing that he might mins hin dentiu
ation in the blinding Htorm and
darkucHH, he had turned and at
tempted to retrace hM ntepn. Worn
out by hin long tirenome walk
through the pathlenn huow and
chilled to the bone by the driving
Hleet, he pulled Home brunches from
the sage brunli aud mime npllntern
from a telegraph pole. In doing no
he had torn the llenh, alimwt to t lie
bone, from hin flngern. Falling in hin
efforts to start a fire he started on
again, hin bleeding fingers leaving a
trail of blood. Thin first attracted
the attention of the two men.
The dinkey engine was fired up, as
no home could travel through the
crust on the snow, and a dozen or
more men with nhovels Marled to the
rescue, arriving all too late. Every
thing possible to renueitate the lifelets
body was done, but In vain.
Young Lowe's untimely and awful
death cant a gloom over the little
burg. Me was a general favorite
wlthall, and stood well with the com
pany. Hin widowed mother lived In
The weather steadily grew colder,
and irosH-ct was good for a month's
freeze up. or more, and the Idea
of spending a winter in that "never
to Is forgotten place" w.is not to
lie considered seriously for a moment.
The Ice was still moving In the river
long as It moved a boat would and
move also, so 1 proposed to some of
the linker's crew that had been laid
off, that we get a small boat and go
down with the Ice. Tills they agreed
to and finding a suitable craft, in
spite of the remonntrances of our
friends, we pushed out Id that sea of
Ice. It was certainly a dangerous,
111 advised, undertaking an utterly
unnecennary risking of our lives. The
sixty odd miles between Umatilla
and lilulocks lauding was without a
human habitation on either Hide of
the river, and In case the river should
block we would have to tramp the
balance of the way through snow
from twelve to eighteen Inches deep,
with a heavy crust, that would
make walklug very difficult even had
we gotten ashore safely. We, how
ever, made reasonably good time.
At Canoe Kncampmeut, a small
rupld near Castle Rock, and about
twenty-five miles from Umatilla, the
Ice had formed from each shore,
until only a small space was left In
the center, througn which the Ice
wan forced by the rapid current.
There was no encape, aud Into this
horrible grinding vortex we were
driveu. Our frail little Hklff wan
tossed around among the great
crushing cakes of Ice, so that we
could hardly keep our seats, anil fin
ally, lifted bodily some ten feet above
the water.on top of the swift moving
flow and to safety. The d In of the
floes wan something awful. Speech
was out of question, and only by
motions I could make the men under
stand me. We soon floated out of
the gorge, and into smoother waters.
At Castle Itock we found a great
pile of Northern I'aclfie ties and we
concluded to camp there that night,
although it was early. It wan a bit
terly cold night, the mercury at Uma
tilla registering twenty-two In-low
zero, and morning found un more
than willing to resume our Jouruey.
At a point where Arlington now
stands, we abandonned our boat,
aud walked the eight miles to
Unlock, on the newly made grade,
an we were afraid to run the Owyhe
rapids, fearing a repetition of our
canoe encampment experience.
Just In-fore dusk we reached our
destination, and were ferried across
the river to where one of the com
pany's boats had goue Into winter
quarters, and were heartily wel
comed by great big Bob Campbell,
well known by all steamboat men In
the company's employ. After a hot
supper, we gathered around the
cabin tire ami related the Inci
dents of our trip. After It was all
told, Hob relieved his pent up feelings
by saying that "we were certainly
the biggest set of biankety blank
fools that It had ever been his mis
fortune to meet."
Of our party I only know the
whereabouts of one, Jack Fitzgerald,
second engineer of the linker, who
has been for many years Jailer of the
Wasco conty prison at The Dalles.
lig hearted Kobert Campljell lives at
Cvur d'Alene. May hin nliadow
never grow lesn.
About a week after the trip, Henry
ThelUon and his party. In descending
these rapids, was forced on a large
rock, narrowly escaping drowning,
Mr. Thellson was chief engineer of
the O. K. & N. t o. H. C. Coe.
EXPERT SEES FUTURE
FOR ALASKAN FARMING
MoartltamanU lor Ini.rtloa ynitar this htatlna
Mill a charg.a lor at Ika rata ol 26c aar month lor
lutuall)) Ihraa Unas-, iaala,. talk) Ihooia
accompany cop, olhri,a paabla bi tha lUlh ol
tha month. As mtaium lor raaching lha aaoala
im mmmm aianos aiono ana unBicsiiaii-
Important Statement by Govsrn
tnG.it Agent Just Returned.
SUITS & OVERCOATS
PRICED LIKE THIS
$25.00 Values, everything included
$22.50 Yatues, everything included
$20.00 Values, everything included
$17.50 Values, everything included
$15.00 Values, everything included
We'll show you the goods; what more can we do?
The prices are right, now it's up to you.
J. G. VOGT
Ojft. e... ..nr. r. B JST
There ere many thousands of mile
of good tilluge land lu l tie volleys ot
the southern const of Alaska, to say
nothing of the great Interior, accord
ing to Levi Cuiibuuek. special agent
for the department of agriculture, wbo
has just returned from the nortlilaod.
Mr. Cbubbuck spent the eutire sum
mer making u general reconuoissauce
of agricultural lands itiat may be sur
veyed for honiesteiidins by the general
laud oil ice. The. chief areas examined
were the Sustiltnn basin north of Sew
ard, the Copper river and the Xanana
valleys. Concerning agricultural prog
ress und possibilities in Alaska be
makes statements that may be consid
ered most conservative, but that will
be amazing to the great majority of
"The most obvious fact concerning
nearly all the valleys of this area i
have Been from tidewater northward
150 miles is that tbey are Datural
grazing lauds. There are certainly
thousands of square miles of a very
blgb quality of wild grass, the nutri
tive value of wblcb for stock seems
well established The grass vttea
stands six aud seven feet high and Is
of the most luxuriant growth; also it
can be cured and Is of good keeping
A Great Dairying Country.
"Nearly all of this land except some
lde bill areas bus more or less stand
ing and fallen timber on it. but uiucb
Is Immediately available for grazing.
With adequate winter protection btock
thrives, aud the market with the de
velopment of roads would seem as
sured. At present every pound of meat
consumed must come from Seattle, aud
meat is of first Importance in the diet
ary of so cold a country as this. In
many parts of tbe country also it costs
tbe consumer $1 a pound. All dairy
products, too, are brought iu by steam
er at high cost, aud this Is certainly a
"Tbere need be no speculation as to
some present possibilities. Farming
has Just begun In a few localities iu
this region, aud local conditions are
most varied, but oats and barley are
being successfully grown, timothy
flourishes, aud tbe root crop is of bigb
Ruses, Saruba and Vinaa in good assortment fur
fall planting-, feoniea 1 and 4-year old. &e to
II. to well. H.irily Hheox. htll r lowtrrs, Cuspan
yuu. Oriental Puppies, ready now. A full line uf
poi putnia at r rans'. rhone for cut nowera.
KLKTCHER A PLKTCHKK
VTantd-To exchange good 12-inch C
" chill plow for a 10-inch and to buy a
Kimball cultivaiorand strawberry cultivator. Ad
dress B. H.. New. ott.ee. 1-4
Wood to Give Away I have stan-lin timber.
' pine and oak. that will make 20u ricka gaud
wood. Will give the same to party or parties who
will cut it. Good road out of place. One-half
mile above Tucker a bridge on the west aide. r'.
L. Kelno, Koute So. Z. Z-.VC
REAL E8TATE AND RENTALS
P"or Sale-Fine level lot 60x130 to alley. S room
house, city water, trees, kit fenced in. view of
sua. nomi ana Adams, fnce W50. Terms.
Phone 32-M. -6-p
pW Sale for tr00 for short time only 5 acres in
Merced county, California; fine vineland near
small town; unimproved and worth 1750. Addres
C. P. Sonnichsen. Hood Kiver, Oregon. 1-tf-f
anted by responsible party, the use of riding
" pony for light exercise balance of winter, for
hi keep or small payment. Address J. C. S., a
of Hood Kiver News. 2-6-p
LVr Sale-Three extra choice full blood Rhode
x Island Red Cockerels. Would exchange one.
Pullets from same Mock have laid every day thia
winter. Inquire or A. U Page. Hood Kiver, tele-
pnone izi-a. 3-o-c
Qld Papers for sale, 5c for a bundle of 25 papers.
IJsy for Sale-Alfslfa and clover, 120.
AAHinncha. phone aJI2-L. 61-3-p
pVr Sale First class fir and pine wood; all cut
from large trees and well seasoned. Prices
lower than you ran obtain elsewhere. Orders
tilled promptly. J. O. Goldthwaite. phone Odell
fenf-house 14x18 for aale at a bargain: bun train w
ItixlH also for sale cheap. C. P. Sonnichsen.
Columbia near 12th. 1-tf-f
tr Sale Standard Edison phonograph. Ad
A dress T, care of Hood Kiver News. 2-5-p
Fur Sale Good dry body fir wood, $6 per cord.
Phone A Whitehead 54-X. 2-5-c '
A pples for sale. Delivered to any part of the
"city. Phone 195-X. 2-5-p
If you need wood, phone Fred Paasch,
LOST AND FOUND
T ost Agate watch charm with band around it.
-'Liberal reward for return to Newa office. 52-3-c
T oat Pocket book, containing about $16, also
central high school pin. between ML Hood de
pot and Koss & Richarda. Reward for return to
Newa office. Walter Jorgensen. 62-3-c
CVund A valuable breastpin. Same can be had
L by identifying property and paying coat of ad
vertising. 3-o-c .
T ost In post office, a glass bowl or vaae decorat--ed
with cigar wrappers. Finder please leave
with Carl Ross, and receive reward. 8-6-p
ost- Horse blanket and lap robe Monday night.
inder please return or notify 3S3-L. 3-6-p
T ost Between Eugene atreet and Baptiat
-church, a pair of eye glasses with chain at
tached. Finder please return to C. A. Nutley or
leave at this office. Reward. 3-6-c
VUnted A man nd family to take chanre of
an improved fruit farm. 160acren. stood house
and ham, and who will also buy an interest there
in. German or Skandinavian preferred. Enquire
of John Leland Henderson, Incorporated. 46-tf-c
YUanled To let contract to clear about 10 acre
of stump and stonea and then plow it and 10
acre adjoining. Address K.. News office, 61-2-p
An expert orchard ist, now in the United States
"-trovernment service, want situation in Hood
River Valley. Write "A" News office. 52-S-e
SPECIAL SALE OF
Wc have a few Heaters left that we do not
wish to carry until next year will Close Out
what we have left at WIIOLliS ALIi PRICES
Hardware, Vel .ides and Implements
Found Many Fin Firm.
"I bare beou astonished at tbe
amount of farming under wu; urouud
Seward. I bad exiic-cu-d practically
none, aud Instead 1 bud balf a dozen
flourishing ranches on a commercial ba
sis and dozens ot home gardens. Pota
toes of first quality are beiug grown In
balf a dozen neighborhoods, excellent
turnips grow freely, and tbere seems
I no difficulty with beets, currots, rad-
lsbes, beans, pens and lettuce. Cab
j bnge and cauliflower are a surprising
I success lu some localities. 1 believe
tbts list can be extended almost ludeU
I nltely with careful selection of varie
j ties, a study of soil requirements and
' acclimatization by selective breeding.
The possibilities are still practically
unknown, but we do know that they
i are far greater than most people even
I here In Alaska Imagine. Some of the
most promising parts of this area
I bave not been tried at all. aud tbe
I most successful tests have generally
' beeu iu the least likely locutions.
I "Regarding climatic conditions 1
, have been somewhat surprised. With
in a thousand feet of sea level in fairly
open country the growing season is not
shorter than in the mountain region of
New Hampshire. Teas are safely
planted lu May, and danger from frost
I is considered over after the tirst few
. days In June. In the fall the first
frosts are rarely before the second
week In September. It Is true that the
summers are cooler than in the north
ern states and on the Immediate coast
have more rain, but there Is compen
sation In the fifteen to eighteen hours
of sunshine dally and the continuous
daylight for nearly three months.
"The -exact area of the tillage lands
In the Sitshitna group of valleys, as an
example generally applicable. Is still
Impossible even to estimate, as much
of the territory Is uninhabited and still
because of Its undeveloped state rath
er thau because It Is Inaccessible.
There Is a total area of about 2.ntK
square miles along the western edge
of Keual peninsula bordering Cook In
let, the greater part of which Is prob
ably available and some small valleys
In the interior of the peninsula. 1
roughly estimate the rest, which In
cludes the Knik Arm region and Ms
tanuskit valley to the eastward, the
Yentna to the westward, the main
Sushitnn valley and smaller tributaries
running northward far Into the In
terior at, say. a.oOO square miles, but
It might exceed tMs considerably"
Contract to let to build an 8-room bungalow
house in Unner Hood River Vsllev. with rivht
to reject any and all bids. For plans and specifi
cations see J. S. Thompson, MU Houd. Phone
7X4 Odell. S2-tf-c
Japanese boy wants lituation aa cook in hotel or
restaurant. Box N. 3-6-p
LEGAL AND OTHER NOTICES
Girl or woman to do ireneral house
work. An opportunity for a youn? sirl to
work and attend school. Inquire of J. L. Hender
ht7 1 fin in Mnrvh lur
Man to take eharsre of Kast aide ranch
See G. Y. Edward A
Co. i'hone 3-6-c
W anted Ablebodied married man to work on
Addreaa "U. F.," care News
"LODGeD1 ft ECTOR Y
panby Post, G. A. R.-MwU at the K. of P.
hall the second and fourth Saturdays of the
month at 2 p. m. G. R. Castr.er, commander; S.
K. Wythe, adjutant.
panhy W. R. C. No. 16-MwUecond and fourth
Saturdays of each month in K. of P. hall at 2
p. m. Jennie Bent ley, president, Abbie J. Baker,
"Vurt Hood River, No. 42, F. of A., meeta every
Thursday evening in K. of P. hall. Visiting
Forest ,-s always welcome. Win. Flemming', C.R.;
F. C .?rosius, F. S.
-Tjod River Commercial Club Meets every sec
9 ond Monday in each month at 8 p. m, in the
ub rooms over Jacknun's store. Chaa. T. Early.
president; W. H. Walton, secretary.
tjood River Valley Humane Society-Phone ls6
1 AE. H Hart w ur. president; F. G. Coe. secretary:
Ielie Butler, treasurer.
TJ.iod River Lode. No. 106. A. F. A A. M -
AM-ets Saturday evening on or before each full
moon. L.. N. Blowers, W. M ; D. McDonald, secretary.
ITood River Chapter. No. 25, O. E. S.-Meet
second and fourth Tuesday even in its of each
month. Visitors cordially welcomed. Kathryn
Dumble, W. M.; Idol Wood worth, secretary.
Hood River Camp. No. 7702. M. W. A.-Meets in
I. O. O. F. hall every Wednesday nicht. A. R.
Crump, V. C; E. S. Mayes, clerk.
II.H-J River Camp. No. 770. W. O. W.-Meeta at
AAK. of P. hall the second and fourth Saturday
nijrhts of each month. A. C. Stat en. C C; F. W.
I lond River Circle. No. 524, Women of Woodcraft,
11 -Meet at I. O. O. F. hall first and third Sat
urday mirhts, each month. Visitors welcome.
Mrs, V m. OeiiRcr. N. Alice is hay, clerk.
Ttllewilde Lode. No. 107. I. O. O. F.-Meeta in
Fraternal hall every Thursday evening at 7:00,
at the corner of Fourth and Oak streets. Visiting
brothers welcomed. J. M. Wood. N. G ; G. W.
Kemp I,odge. No. 11, I. O. O. F. Meeta in
the Odd Kellows hall at Odell every Saturday
night. Visiting brothers cordially welcomed. .
W. Wilmm, N. O.; Hyron smith, secretary.
T aurel R Uka I-nlge No. H7. I. O. O. F.-Mt-ets
-tirt and third Mondays in each month. Ther
esa M. CaMner, N. G.; Nettie Moks, necretary.
AJount Hi Uxlge, No. 2ii5, I. O. O. F., meets
AA every Saturday evening in Gri Mile's hall.
Mt. Hhi1. Kbt. Leasure, N. G.; G. W. Lhmmick,
X fountain Home Camp. No. R. N. A.-
A'AMeetsat tKld Fellows hall on the second and
fourth Fridays of each month. Mrs. li. Pealer.
O.: Mrs. Ella lakin, recorder.
106, V. A. -Meeta in then-
nd third Wednesdays, work;
second and fourth Wed nest lay a, social. C. IV
Henrietta. M. A.: W. H. Austin, secretary.
Aaaenilily, No. 106, V.
vhall the first
Orec.in (JratM Rehekah Unlge No. W. I. O. O. F
V Meeta every second and fourth Wednesdays
in each month in Cribble's hall, Mt. Hol, Or.
Mrs Millie Hartltman, N. G.; Mrs. Minnie L. Lar-
IJiverai.le I-l-re. No. fiS, A. O. lT. W. -Meets in
-k of P. hall the trat and thin WetinemUy
nights of the month. Visiting brothers cordially
lctimed. R. E. Chapman. W. H.; Chester
Vauootna !-lge. No. . K. of P. -Meeta in
' their Castle Hall every Tuesday night, when
viaiting brothers are fraternally welconil. Jtia.
Frarter, Jr.. C. C; H. T. iVWitt. K. of R A 8.
Vauna Temple P thian Siaters. No. 6 - Mieta the
' first and third Tuesday of each month at K of
P. hall. Corrcan St ranahan, M. E. C; tUlith
SteinhotT. K. of R. A C.
Administrator's hut Ice.
OTK'E is hereby given that the undersigned
haa been apiHHntel by the County Court of the
State of Oregon, for Hod River County, to be
administrator of the estate of Joseph Wirnter
ber, deceased, and all pcraons having claims
against aaid eatate are hereby notified to present
the same to me, duly verttiel. at the tTi,- of
A. A Jayne, in the city of Hnd River. Oregon,
within six month from the dale tf the first pub
lication of this notice. Date of tint publication,
iVcemlier 22. PAW. PETFR MOHK,
61 -4 Administrator,
Notict for hibirutut.
f)EPARTMENT of the Interior. U & Land offlc
-at The iMllea, Oretron. November Sbto, IMr
Nutice is hereby given that Mada U. Hwka, whoa
pMt-office addrena ia HomJ River, Oregoo. dtd. oa
therd day of March 1. file in this omee Hwora
HTattfment and Application No Oeritti, to purchase
NE 1-4 SK 1-4, 8etHn 1, Township 1 north. Range
10 east. Willamette Meridian, and the timber claim
thereon, under the provisions of the act of June S,
17H, and acts amendatory, known aa 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 nave bvea
appraised, the timber estimated 4AO.UU0 board feat
at 75 per M. and the land $60.00; that said ap
plicant will offer final proof in support of his ap
plication and sworn statement oa the 10th day of
February. U10, before Henry L. Howe, United
States Com mis ion r, at Hood River. Oregon.
Any person ia at liberty to protest this purchase
before entry, or initiate a contest at any time be
fore paten issues, by hhng a eMToborated affida
vit in this odice, aJleging facta which would de
fesu the entry. C. W. MOORE.
rHotlci of Publlcjtloa.
DEPARTMENT of the Interior. U.8. Land offle
-'at The I Miles, Oregon. November 27 th.
Notice ia hereby given that Arthur S. 8ialey,
whose post-off re address is 23 East 76th St. Port
land. Oregon, did. on the 13th day of February.
ll"9. file in thia office Sworn Statement an4 Ap
plication. No, 02073. to purchase the SW 1-4 NW
1-4 awd SE 1-4 NW 1-4. Section 35. township 1
North. Range 9 East. Willamette Meridian, and
the timber thereon, under the provisions of the
act of June S. 1H7H. and acta ammendatory, known
aa the "Timber and Stone Law" at such value aa
might be fixed by appraisement, and that pursu
ant to such application, the land and timber there
on have been appraised, the timber estimated
Ktf.oirO board feet at 11.00 per M. and the land
tln&.OO; that said applicant will offer final proof
in support of his application and sworn statement
on the 10th day of February, lyiO. before the Re
gister and Receiver. United States Land Office,
The Dalles. Oregon. Any person ia at liberty to
protest this purchase before entry, or initiate a
contest at any time before patent issues, by films?
a corroborated affidavit in thia office, alleging facta
wnicn woukj aexeat me entry.
W. C. MOORE.
Notlct of Uod Sato ot Guard let.
f N the County Court of the State of Oregon for
AHood River County. In the matter of the
guardianahip of John Francis Wynn. minor.
Notice is hereby given, that nursuant to an t.r
der and license to sell, duly made and issued by
the above entitled Court in the matter of the
guardianship of John Francis Wynn. a minor, I.
wuiiam H. uavia. the duly appointed and quali
fied guardian of said minor, will, on and after
Friday, the Uth day of February. 1910. sell at
private sale all of the real property belonging to
said minor, aituate in Hood River County. Stat
of Oregon, and described as follows, to-wit:
Ihe Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quar
ter; South Half of the Southeast Quarter, and the
Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of
Section K in Township 1 North of Range 11 East
of the Willamette Meridian.
Said sale will be made for one-half tha sale
price caah in hand, and the balance of the sale
price to be secured by note and mortgage on tbe
premises, duly made and executed by the pur
chaser, payable on or before five years after ita
date, and bearing interest at the rate of seven per
cent per annum, payable annually.
Proposals for said purchase may be sddreesed
to me at Hood River. Oregon, or left at the of
fice of E. H. Hart wig. rooms 7 and 8, Smith
block. Hood River, Oregon.
WILLIAM H. DAVIS.
lo tbe Circuit Court of tbo Stato of Orogoi for
dooo uiver loudtt.
JE. Hall. Jr.. Plaintiff, v. Geo, B. Dartt, N. B.
Jordan. Mirv P Jordan. Hnmnhiwv riarfiKi anrf
Lillian Barton, et al. Defendants Summons To
George B. Dartt, N. B. Jordan. Mary p. Jordan,
Humphry Barton and Lillian Barton, defendants:
In the name of the State of Oreotm. van are here
by required to appear and answer the complaint
filed against you in the above entitled suit on or
before the expiration of aix weeks from the data
of the first publication of this summons, as herein
after stated, and if you fail to so answer for want
thereof the plaintiff will apply to the Court:
First. For judgment against the defendant.
George B. Dartt. for the sum of four hundred ten
22-100 dollars H 10.22 . with interest thereon at
the rate of six oer cent, ner annum from the 28th
day of July. 1909. for the sum of two hundred
dollars (S200.00) attorney fees in this suit, and for
his costs and disbursements made and expended
in the same.
Second. For a decree in foreclosure directins
that all of the land situated in the county of Hood
Kiver, Male ot Oregon, described aa follows, to
wit: The northeast Quarter of the northeast quar
ter of section eighteen (1). township two 2,
nortn ox range ten UO) east of the Willamette
Meridian, may be sold on execution according to
taw. ana tee practice of this Court, and that tha
proceeds of such sale may be apdtied. Ant, to the
costs and expenses of making the same, and,
second, to the payment of the amount found due
the plaintiff on account of his laborer's lien upon
said described land filed on the th day of July,
li09. with the Coun ry Clerk of Hood River County,
Oregon, together with interest at the rate of six
per cent, from aaid date of filing, and also pay
ment of the sum of two hundred (tOO.OO) attor
ney's fees, and the costs and disbursements of
said suit; that the sheriff execute a deed to said
property on the property on the sale of the same
and that the purchaser therof be entitled to the
possession of said premises on production of amid
Third. To decree that whatever interests tha
defendants N. B. Jordan, Mary P. Jordan. Hum
phrey Hart on. Lillian Barton, et al. have in aaid
described land to be subordinate to plainttfTa lien.
Fourth. For judgment and for such ether and
further relief in the premises aa to the Court may
You are hereby served by publication of thia
summons in accordance with the order of the
county Judge duly made and entered on the 15th
day of December. 1H09. which order prescribes
that you shsll appear and answer said complaint
on or before the expiration of six weeks from the
date of the first publication of this summons; the
date of the first publication hereof is the 22nd
day of December. 1AM.
ERNEST C. SMITH.
51-4-c Attorney for Plaintiff.
Guardian's Sale of Real Estate.
TN the County Court of the State of Oregon, for
A Hood River County-ln the matter of the Eatate
and Guardianship of Helen Maria Brosl. minor by
Emma Brosi. Guardian Notice of Guardian s Sale
of real estate Notice is hereby given that in pur
suance of an order in the above entitled court made
and entered in the above entitled cause on Monday,
the 3rd day of January, 1910. the undersigned. Era
ma Hroai. as guardian of Helen Maria Brosi. minor
child and sole heir at law of Otto Brosi, deceased.
will sell the premises hereinafter described, at
private sale, on the premises in said county of
Hood River and state of Oregon, on the following
terms and conditions: The sale to be made of the
minor's interest in said land and to be of the
entire tract therein described, but subject, how
ever, to the w Kiowa's dower interest In said land,
at a price of not less than two thousand dollars
iJtH for said minor s interest, to be paid, not
lea than seven hundred dollars 11700) in cash, of
which two hundred I i-W shall be paid to said
guardian in cash on the day of the sale, and the
balance of which cash payment to be made upon
the confirmation of said sale by this Court and
administrator's deed and abstract of title fur
nished, to be paid for said estate, the balance to
be paid on or before three t3 years, to be evi
denced by a promissory note of dste of the order
of Confirmation of sale, made payable to said
guardian, with interest at eight per cent per an
num. pay a tile annually, said note to be secured by
first mortgage on said premises, also executed by
the purchaser in favor of said guardian.
The premises to be sold, as described in said
order, are as follows: "Beginning at a point
eighty roada west of the southeast corner of sec
tion seventeen, township two north of range ten
east of thelWtllamette Meridian: thf nee running
north forty rods, thence weat sixty rods, thence
south forty mda, thence east sixty rods to the
plse of beginning, containing fifteen seres of
land, subject to an easement in favor of H. A.
Hackett, his hetrs and aaaigns, of the right to use
and maintain the present irngahion ditch, run
ning m.rth through theahnve described land, rind
which said land Otto Brosi. s foresaid, acquired
bv warranty deed frm H. A. Hackett and Emma
M. Hackett. his wife, dated December lf'h, 1 at,
duly ac know led ginl and revopb-d in deed records
of Hiwxl River County, formerly a part of Wasco
County, state of Orvvn in book 3o. page 1.
reference no which ta hereby matte, and the same
is made a part hereof, for all the purposes hereof.
SsmI sale shall be made at private sale on the
premises fnm and after r nday, the fourth day of
That the wh(w will j.in in the deed of convey
ance made hy the guardian, to convey her dower,
the price for the entire estate to be not less than
twenty-five hundred l0 dollars, of which the
minor's part is two thousand 2t"ol dollars:
That the aale will be made f the whole tract,
the same not being msrpt'blc of d'aiaron. into lota
of smaller trat-ta without injury to the estate.
This notice ia pubhahed by order of Hon rabte
A. J. lVrbv, County Judge, of the Countyof Hoiai
River. State of Oregon, dated January tJrd. Win,
in the Hood River Newa for four successive
weeks, and for live it aertiona the first publica
tion of which notice ta the fifth day of January
I ..10. F M M A HRiKl. Guardian.
John Iceland Henderson,
t-iv-c Attorney for Guardian.
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