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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1910
THE SINCERITY STORE"
"AN HONEST TALE SPEEDS WELL, BEING PLAINLY TOLD"
People are turning more and more to our store because they have confidence in the durability of our Mer
chandise. Therefore, make it a point
what we have to offer and what we can do for you.
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S iff! 1
GET THE HABIT
of wanting the ocr to be had for the price. You pay
prices that are right for the
in Ladies', Misses' and. Girls' sizes.
Attractive, Sensible, and Good Values
WOMETHIJG VIFFEHEJVT I
Home Phone S
Hood River, Oregon
Live Local Topics
Tom IMfliiinlMiiii. wlui Kt n little
inlxt'il In lilt ilatcM, ilroiMl ciff lure
liint Friday to nttciid tli liamim't of
tlm Coinmt'n-lal Clnli todl-covi-r that
It lunl Ihhmi Iii-M wvtiI iIii.vm irevl
iiiih. Mr. Itlchanlnon wan iin-t liy
Swiftnr.v Skinner of tin' Commercial
Club niil xpent the time visiting
Look out for the St. Mark'H (iulltl
KaHler Hale. Announcement later.
W. S. Mchol haH lioiiht a Siinle
liaker K. M. K. ntitoinoliile (or um In
hlH real entate IiuhIii"hh ami now ban
Mm down town office located In the
Frank M. Oultin rel nrned TlmrKilay
from a lotitf vlttlt at Canton, Illlnoln,
where lie Iihh ltn Mtaylii with rela
tives ami frlendu at lit former home.
Mm. ('. L More returneil from
Collin's Hrln(rt Saturday where Hhe
had Imtii forn wiN'k In the he of
lH-nef)ttln her condition ly mineral
Mr. and Mm. ieo. I. Crowell re
turned Thurxday from their stay In
Mr. anil Mrs.tieorite Lynn returned
Sunday from St. Johns, where they
went to nitend the weddlnn of Mrs.
Lynn's sister. Miss I'lorcnce Hjerliv.
The Con:reifatlonitl ladles will
hold mi Kaster sale at the Odd Fel
lows hall Wednesday afternoon. Mar.
2!l. Lunch will lie served from five to
seven o'clock 2.V. All cordially In
Mrs. Wicks daughter are visit
ing at the home of W. L. Carnes.
Mr. and Mrs. F. 1'. Friday have re
turned from Portland where they
have Iteen for the past week
Wally Vounir, who has ls-en visit
In rel'attves In eastern Oregon, has
returned home liriiiK"K with him
several ranjce horses.
l'liplls of the seventh and eighth
Krade spellln class who miss no
words of the regular .Ml word lesson
review each day will have their
names mentioned In the pner each
week. liladys Crosby Is the only
pupil no' missing this week.
A. 11. Combs, state manager of the
National Life Insurance Co., made
this vicinity n call last week.
Koll of honor for the primary room
month endlnir March 1 1!10: Minnie
Kniipp. F.nlii Mahnney, Laura Folts,
Merlon Folts, licland Knulish, Vlrull
Cameron, Kalph ltenvle, Kminald
Tousev, Hoy Hale, Louis Kjritert,
Mildred Odell. Hernharil Krohn, Fred
Smith, Louis 1'loK, Karl Atkinson.
For Sale .'." acres of peerless apple
land 7 miles out on the east side. .100
trees ." years old, WO trees :t years old
Kit) trees 2 years old find 12 tnrs 1
year old; 7s trees, commercial vari
eties, all In prime condition. Will
sell entire tract or will subdivide.
For Information see L. A. 10. Clark,
Odell, Fhoiie Odell 124, or Shelley &
Son, Carson, Wash.
There will lie a rood Easter pro
gram at the church next Sunday
mornlnir- Miss Horton has charge
of the exercises.
1 he V. C. T. F. w 111 meet at the
church Friday aftermon of this week
The subject, "Christian Citizenship"
will be discussed. I
The wife and daughter of Dr. !
Itrown, of the firm of Iewls and I
Urown, are spending a few weeks on '
their farm. i
Mrs. Svvnuston, who has Is-en vis-;
Itlng her sister, Mrs. Mark, left Tues
day evening for her home In North
The entertainment by the grangers
which was held last Thursday even- j
lug was a decided success. One of
the special features of the occasion
was the excellent character dancing
br Miss Wllnia Thompson of Hood ;
The writer Is glad to see the consol-
Ida t ion plan for the high school again
coming to the front. There Is not h-
lug that would serve to strengthen
the good roads proposition more
than to have this co-operation. And
although there will be much opposl- j
tiou for some time to come It will no 1
doubt eventually be a successful un-1
dertaklng. Consolidation has proved
an advantage In other regions and :
under no liettcr road conditions than
we enjoy In this valley. Ix't the agi
tation continue, j
Notice to the Stockholders of the
Hood River Apple Growers' Union
The stockholders of the Hood Hlver
Apple tirowers' Union are hereby
notified that the annual meeting of
the stockholders if the Hood liiver
Apple Growers' I'nlou will occur on
Saturday. April 2nd, at 10 o'clock n.
m., at the K. of l. hall In the opera
bouse lu Hood Hlver, Oregon, for the
purpose of electing a Hoard of uine
directors to serve for the ensuing
year and also for the purpose of vot
ing on the proposition of making the
original stin k Issue of $2000 on the
same dividend paying basis as the
later Issue of stock.
C. II. Sl'HOAT, Sec'y.
Rom-, Shrubs and Vines in iroorl assortment for
fnll planting. Peonies 1 and 4-year old. 35c to
tl .00 each. Hordy Pheox. Bell Flowers. Cuapan
you. I iriental Poppies, ready now. A full line of
pot plants at Frans'. Phone for rut flowers.
FLETCHER St FLETCHER
If you are looking for a home in Hood
River valley for yourself or friends,
I have IS acres I 1-4 mile from Hood
River, 1 1-2 mile from high school; 10
acres in cultivation, 500 fruit trees, 4
acres in alfalfa, some strawberries and
blackberries; fine view of Hood River
valley. I am offering this property
next ten days for $400 per acre. If
you want anything like this, see the
owner, J. T. Nealeigh. 10-1 l-p
1'pper Valley 1 have some good
buvs now In the I'pper Valley. W.
We make a special effort
to secure flowers that are
durable, easy running and
simple in construction.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
COMPLETE STOCK NOW IN.
Spray HoseGarden Hose
Our stock of Mose is all new, being
entirely sold out last fall. Our Spray
Hose is guaranteed to you.
We have them all widths
from 14 to 22 inches, all
prices from $3.75 to $15.
Sizes and prices to suit
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V I T - .T V asfY X V "I I I
AditrtlMmsntl lor Inisrtloa untfsr this hsaals
III st chsrqts lor si tht rats si 25c atr atsath lor
iusmsiiji truss imti-as aitsis,. Lit tnouis
ccosisany espy, athsrwiss Mlbl ths 101k si
Ihs wont As ntSiui tsr ricNln ths ssosis
ins ma, sisnos atons ans snsicsnss.
'snted A second hand hay rales, also a second
hand orchard waicon with law wheels. En
quire at News Office. 12-15-
anted To buy second hand farm wairon and
farm imoUunenta. Address V. Houl River
REAL ESTATE AND RENTALS
firSale Five room house and Tl lots for IHIjO.
Ke lv, Ik iillM.ptB.di A rv iiliv
r Sale 100 acres, four miles from af osier on
The Palles nmi. Volnev S. slunrer. owner.
Tsylor P. O.. ShasU Co.. Calif. 10-17
L"W Sale -10 or 20 acres beat fruit land for sale
x cheap if sold soon. Tartly improved. Inquire
of (Joo. Darting A Son, Underwood, Wash. 10-13-e
pVr Kale My reaidenee property. 1017 May
1 atreet. second house west of the high school,
price tum. Also 10 acres 1 1-2 miles south of
town on the west side, containing 6UU two-veer
old Yellow Newtown trees and 30 Winter Banana
trees: price HMO. Lu B. Gibson. 11-14-e
X?'ir Sale Four larije loU on the Heights, partly
L in fruit: price low. Also some good buys in ths
went part of town. Inquire of A. W. Onthank.
pVr Sale-One hundred lota in Irwin Wstson's
x First Addition to Hood River. Also a second
hand force pump. Inquire J. W. Kigby. 11-14-c
ITor Sale Good partly improved fruit lands for
1 sale from u0 to i'JOO per acre, according to lo
cation: many with bearing orcharda. Inquire,
Mrs. C. CCuddeford. Hood River. Or. 11-14-p
r Sale Eight room modern house, two lots
with house. Or will sell with one lot. Phone
No. J12-SI. 12-15-e
HOR8E8, COW8, PIQ8, CHICKEN8, ETC.
Pur Sale-S.C. Rhode Island Red eggs for hatch
ing lMt hivinv m . kl f.m ,in,AV 1. w
I. 11.50 per 15. E. F. Batten, ohona 2012-M.
Sale Horse, buggy and single ham ens.
Horse weighs shout 1100 pounds, safe for lady
to drive. I'hone 32.'-L. -12-p
r Sale Team and wagon.
w. Burtr, !-12-p
Phone 20o-L. C.
TAr Sale Eight yesr old bay horse, weight 1100
pounds, can he worked in team or u sinirle
driver. Cutler Bros., phone 21uX. 9-12-e
anted Six thoroughbred brown leghorns and
one rooster. Phone -L. SM2-C
Tor Sale Fancy ButT Orpington roosters, also
capons for table use or for "stepmothers" to
brood chickens. A. J. Grow, phone ftJl-M. 10-13c
Lr Sale One horse eight or nine years old, first
class fr buggy or farm work. See W. H.
Stone, on Heron ner. East Side. Fhone 321-M. 10-13
Por Sale Two grade Jersey cows, also one
driving horse, weight 1100 pounds. J. L Miller.
phone 319-K. 11-14-p
por Sale Fresh cow and calf, good Jersey stock,
A good milker, lots of butter, price toO. B.
Jensen. Star route 10, Mount Hood road 10 miles
Tor Sale Single comb brown Leghorns and
Indian Runner duck eggs. SI. 60 per setting. F.
C. House, phone 213-L. 12-15-c
tr Sale 200 egg Petal u ma incubator and brood-
er. both in good condition, cheap. Phone ii272-
Er Sale One horse eight years old. safe for lady
A to drive or for buggy or farm work. Phone
21 3-x. 12-15-c
r Sale- Carriage, good as new: also one bay
mare weighing about WO. Address E. 717
Eugene street. 9-12-p
r Sale Chicago Cottage organ. 6 octave. In
quire at Apple Growers Union, 11-14-c
T7Vr Sale I wish again to offer for sale three
notes for money loaned in 188H. held by me
against B. F. Shoemaker, dated June 3. 1891. and
due in lt&2 and '13, issued by B. F. Shoemaker on
which he has refused payment and taken advant
age of the statute of limitation in the January
court. J. H. Shoemaker.
Cr Sale A Brussels carpet and child's bed. En-
quire 601 Cascade avenue. 12-15-p
L08T AND FOUND
T ost-On Oak street between 9th and Odd Fel-J-'lows
Hall, string of jet beads. Please return
t Annette Brosius. 10-3c
anted Stenographer in real estate office.
Enquire Devlin 4i Firebaugh. 9-12-e
anted A man and family to take charge of
an improved fruit farm. 160 acres, good house
and barn, and who will also buy an interest there
in. German or Skandinavian preferred. Enquire
of John Leland Henderson, Incorporated. 46-tf-c
PruningIf in want of intelligent pruning ad
dress A. J. Brunquist. phone 31-F.9-12-c
Vanted A man to work on fruit ranch. One
" who will find himself. Man with experience
preferred. Phone 1H52-K. 10-13c
Vf anted Man experienced in planting trees to
work by the month; about two months work.
Address box 5M, Hood River, Ore. 1 0-Hp
Vanted Man with small family to work on
fruit ranch. Must be accustomed to team and
ordinary ranch work. Address J. H. Heilbron-
ner's office. 10-13p
Vnted Practical nurse wants patient at her
home or will care for children. Phone 119-K.
anted A position to take charge of business
and practical conduct of ranch by one who is
experienced in all branches of fruit growing,
competent also to handle any kind of clerical
work. Address A. News othce10-13-c
Vranted Wideawake young man wants position
on a ranch or fruit farm. Address Box 93.
Hood River. 11-14-c
IJelp Wanted Capable and experienced farmer.
Steady work. Address Homer A. Rogers. Mt.
Hood, stating age, experience and wages wanted.
anted Party to pull stumps off 5 acre tract.
in Belmont district. Address 2Mb Marquam
building, Portland. Ore. 12-lo-p
'anted Experienced man to prune orchard.
Enquire of K. !. Delano. Mt. Hood hotel.
Id tbe Circuit Court of the State ol Oregon for
tbe County ot Hood River
C W. Stark, plaintiff, vs. J. A. Simonsonand Et
ta Simon son. defendants To J. A. Simonson
and Etta Simonson, the above named defendants.
In the name of the state of Oregon you are here
by required to appear and answer the complaint
filed against you in the above entitled action, on
or before six weeks from the date of the first pub
lication of this summons, hereinafter stated, and
if you fail to appear and answer this complaint,
the plaintiff will take judgment against you, and
each of y u. for the sum of fAH.riO and for the
plaintiff s costs and disbursements made and ex
pfmUti in this action.
You are notified that this summons is served
upon you by publication for six weeks in the Hcjh)
River News by order of the County Judge of
Hood River County, made March 4th. 1910. direct
ing the said summons be so published for a period
of six weeks requiring you to appear and answer
said complaint on or before six weeks from the
date of the first publication thereof.
The date of the tint publication of this sum
mons is March Vth, h10.
S. W. Stark. PlaintifT
Real I siale Bulletin
i?OA")(l Three acres close to town, house, barn.
3000 orty 'or-' nl''n out. 30 acres strict
ly flint class and easily cleared, on
county nd. Easy terms.
Ten acres in the Pins Grove dis
trict, nearly all in trees. Estimat
ed cmp this year 2000 boxes. Buildings, tools, etc
$ ICOf) Twenty acres, t miles out. 10 acres in
" year old trees. 6 acres nearly cleared,
balence pasture; 3 acres berries between trees.
Small house. This price for a few days only.
Terms UV0 down.
G. Y. EDWARDS & CO.
Office New aucoma Addition
A Snap in MimhI RKer Apple Land..
100 acres fine apple land 6 miles soutn
east of Mood klver, riuht in the famous
Mood Kiver Apple Kelt. Kunninjc wa
ter through the place. A snap for
someone to plat out in small tracts.
Only $50 per acre. N rite the owner,
J. li. O'DOMNLl.L, 54 N. loth Street.
lortland, Oregon. I'hone Main 6541.
LEGAL AND OTHER NOTICES
oties is hereby given that In pursuance to an
order issued bv ths Hon. A. J. Dsnrbv. tudaiw of
the county court of ths stats of Oregon. February
4th, lyiu. ths undersigned. John A. Wilsmi. has
been appointed guardian of the person and stats
of CharoUttts Mills, an incompetent, of Huod Riv
er. Houd Kiver county. Stats of Oregon. All per
sons having claims against said estate are request
ed to present them, accompanied by proper vouch
ers, at ths residence of said guardian, at Hood
River, Hood River county, Oregon, or at ths onVa
of John Leland Henderson, ths attorney for said
guardian, at Hood River, Oregon, within six
months from the date of this notice.
LUttJ Huod River, Oregon. March 7th. 1910.
John A. Wilson,
Guardian of the person and as tats of Charoiotts
Mills, an incompetent.
John Lbland Henderson,
Attorney for Guardian. 10
li tbe Circuit Coart tt tbe State of Oregoe fur
the County ot Mood liver.
Arthur Putnam, plaintiff, vs. Ina L. lutnam,
defendant. Suit for divorce Summons To
Ina L. Putman, the above named defendanti
In ths name of ths Stats of Oregon, you are here
by required to appear and answer the complaint
tiled against you in the above entitled suit, and
within six weeks from the Ihth day of February,
1110. said day being ths first publication of this
summons, and if you fail so to answer for want
thereof the plaintiff will apply to ths Court for
the relief demanded in his complaint aforesaid,
filed in said cause, for tow it: A decree of divorce
dissolving the bonds of matrimony eii sting be
tween ths plaintiff and defendant in said cause.
This summons is published bv virtue of an or
der of Hon. A. J. Derby, Judge of ths County
Court of Hood River county, stats of Oregon,
dated February 11th. A. t 1910. which order
specifies and provides six weeks and seven inser
tions publication in the "Hood River News," a
weekly newspaper published weekly in said coun
ty and state, as ths time and paper in which said
summons shall be published.
UaUxl. Hood River. Oregon, February 11. 1910.
John Leland Hhndes-hon.
Feb. 1ft-Mar. 30 Attorney for Plaintiff.
to tbe County Court ot tbe State of Oregoe for
Hood River touDtr
Tn the matter of the estate of Katie M. Smith,
'-deceased. Administrator's Notice of Final Ac
Notice is hereby given, that I. the undersigned
administrator of the estate of Katie M. Smith, de
ceased, have filed with the County Court of ths
State of Oregon for Hood River County, a final
account, and have asked for final settlement of
said estate, and the County Court, by an order
dated the 3d day of March, 1J10. has appointed
Thursday, the 7th day of April. 1910. at 10 oVlnek
a. m . at the Court House in the City of Hood Riv
er. County of Hood River. State of Oregon, as ths
time and place for hearing of objections to such
final account and settlement of said estate, and
all persons having objections to said account or to
the settlement of said estaU are hereby notified
to file same on or before 10 o'clock a. m. of said
7th day of April, 1910, in accordance with said or
der of the court. This notice is published for four
successive weeks, beginning with issue of date
the 9th day of March, A. U. 1910.
K. H. DRAG,
Administrator of ths estate of Katie M. Smith.
lo the County Court of the State ot Oregon for
the County of Hood liver.
In the Matter of the Estate of Peter Kopke, de
ceased. Order for Citation, to show cause.
On the petition filed in this Court ths 24th day
of February. 1910. of Rosie Margaret Benson,
claiming to be the sols surviving child and sole
heir and next of kin of Peter Kopke, deceased,
praying that ths decision of this Court heretofore
made, admitting to probate a paper writing pro
pounded by William Ehrck. as the last will of ths
said Peter Kopke, deceased, be again examined,
and that the matter thereof be again heard by
this Court. It is this the 21st day of March. A. D.
1910, ordered that the said cause be again examin
ed and heard, and that notice be given to the said
William Khrck, and to Mrs. Anna Grimm, a
widow, sister of said Peter Kopke, deceased, sole
devisee under said will, whe resides in Neu Klost
er, Hanover, in the Empire of Germany, and to
all persons interested in said estate, to appear in
this Court on or before Monday ths 4th day of
July, A. D., 1910, or day following, ths said 4th
day of July being a legal holiday, ths said 4th day
of July being the first day of ths regular July
term of said Court, in person or by solicitor, then
and there to show cause why the said probata of
the said Will shall not be set aside, and ths said
paper writing therein propounded by ths said
William Ehrck as the last will of ths said Peter
Kopke be declared null and void; and provided
that a copy of this order be published in ths Hood
River News once a week for four U) successive
weeks, and for five (5) consecutive insertions, pre
vious to the said 4th day of July. 1910; and that
said published order show the date of this order,
and the date of the first publication thereof, and
that a copy of this order be mailed to Mrs. Anna
Grimm, according to law.
Ordered this the 21st day of March. A. D.. 1910.
A. J. Derby,
12-lft-c County Judge.
In the County Court for Hood River County.
State of Oregon.
In the Matter of the Application of Fred Henry
Smith to Changs His Name. Order Changing
Name of Fred Henry Smith to Fred Henry Schaer.
Now coming on for hearing tht petition of Fred
Henrv Smith, duly verified by ths petitioner on
the 4th day of February. 1910. and filed in this
csuse and court on the 5th day of February. 1910,
setting forth grounds of ths application as fol
John A. Schaer, ths father of petitioner, was
married to petitioner a mother in the state of Iowa
about thirty-four years ago. and they lived to
gether as husband and wife, about twelve years.
when petitioner s mother died at Uavenport, Ne
braska, sometime in ths summer of 18K8, when
petitioner was eight years of age; and about one
year after ths death of petitioner's mother, his
said father re-married in the state of Iowa and a
few months after said mamage, his second wife,
whose name was Ross Collamore. deserted said
petitioner's father in said stats of Iowa, and
about eight months after said second mamage
petitioner's said fsther secured a divorce from
said second wife and in order to prevent said
second wife obtaining alimony, said petitioner's
father assumed the name of "John A. Smith" in
stead of his own name. John A. Schaer. and re
tained said name thereafter, as his real name;
that said petitioner believes that said father is
dead, and that his father resnled. until about nine
years ago, with said petitioner, in the city of St.
Paul, in the state of Minnesota; that on or about
the first day of April, 1901. the father of peti
tioner left his home for the far West, and peti
tioner has not heard from, or of his said father
for more than seven years last past, and petitioner
believes that his said father is dead; that peti
tioner is now residing in a house belonging to
Charles Schser, who is the brother of said
petitioner s said father, and that there are other
members of ths said Schaer family living: that
the premises considered, petitioner's name of
"Smith" has no pleasant aaeocisttons connected
with it. and said name never was his real name,
but petitioner alleges that he has acquired and
sold rval estate under the name "Fred Henry
Smith." but that petitioner really finds himself in
the position of a man without a name that is
pleasing or agreeable to hint, although petitioner
has gone by the name of "Fred Henry Smith" for
about twenty y"ara; that petitioner believes, by
'hus changing his name, it would be of great ad
vantage to him, as the name "Smith" is so
common, that he feels he is just one of a herd,
while his father's real name. "Schaer." is an un
usual name, and has clustered around it all the
associations of his early childhood, and his early
home, and that it would be of pecuniary benefit in
regard to matters of business, may haps of inheri
tance, and t:e is anxious to effect such change,
that petitioner has no other reason fur desiring
such change in name, and is not aware of any
objections to said petition, nor does he know of
any reason that can be raised against it.
And it appearing that in pursuance of the law
in such cajs made and provided in section rwiT,
Bellinger A Cotton s Annotated Codes of Oregon,
that public notice has been given by proof of
publication thereof, in the Hood River News, a
newspaper f general circulation. published
weekly in Hood River, in Hood River county,
state of Oregon, for four weeks and for five inser
tions thereof, consecutively, the first publication
of which notice was the 9th day of February.
1910. and which notice directed that all persona
should offer and should cause, if any they have,
why the petition to change the name of the appli
cant, should no. be granted, and it appearing to
the court by said petition, and affidavit of publi
cation, that satd Fred Henry Smith resides in the
city of Hood River, county of Hixl River and
state of Oregon, the county in which this court is
situate, and that said applicant is more than
twenty-one years of age, and the court being sat
isfied by such petition that there is no reasonable
objection that aid petitioner should assume an
other name, and that said publication is in all
things regular and that all the proceedings had
herein are regular and according to law;
It Is Therefore Ordered, on this the Uth day of
March, 1910, that Fred Henry Smith be and he
hereby is authorised to aaume the name of Fred
Henry Schaer, fnm and after the l.lth day of
March. 19 hi, and that within ten days from this
date the said petitioner do caune a copy of this
order to be published in the Houd River News, a
public newspaper, printed in said county uf Hood
River, according to the provisions of ths statute
in such case made and provided: that said notice
be published for fotir weeks and for five insertions
, thereof, ami that upm return uf the proof tbere
- of, a certificate, under the seal of the court,
j sumed by the clerk thereof, shall issue, showing
i that the applicant's nan.s is now and shall hete-
after be Fred Henry Schaer. and that said name
shall hereafter te his letotl name.
Ordered this 12th day of March. 1910.
A. J. Pi a by.
11-15- County Judge,