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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22. 1911
THE HOOD RIVER NEWS
MOOt RIVER NEWS COMPANY, Inc
Hood RjVU. OUIKIK
W. H. WALTON
' P. SONN1CHSEN
Subscription, $1.50 a Year In Advance
Knterad u aecond-clu matter. Frb. 10, IX. at
th port offW at Hood River. Oregon,
under the Art of March S. 1879.
Pertinent and Impertinent
The Czar of Russia has bought
a new paper. Now he will pet
acquainted with real trouble.
hvery time a war appears on
the carpet somebody inappropri
ately calls The Hague conference
The world is getting better.
There were only two arrests last
year of presidents for looting
banks under their charge.
That talk about permissible
explosives may be all right in its
place. What we want is an ex
plosive that will refuse to blow
up at the wrong time.
If the excellent health of many
of our great financiers had as
much market value as their ru
mored indispositions, what a bul
market we would have.
"Don't say 'politics is crook
ed,' " enjoins the Brooklyn
Standard Union. No; say "poli
tics are crooked." That's nearer
the comprehensive truth.
A woman who has been mar
ried eight times confesses that
she knew not what love was
until she read Laura Jean Libbey.
Never mind! Some day she may
meet Nat Goodwin.
To be perfectly frank, isn't it
rather risky to predict that Can
ada will not be annexed until we
know whether Carnegie, Rocke
feller or Morgan wants that sec
tion of this terrestrial ball?
"Laugh and the world laughs
with you; weep and your nose is
red," says the Milwaukee Jour
nal. Since wheu did it become
necessary in Milwaukee to weep
in order to get a red nose? Mil
waukee has a surer way than
.Salem will have a horse enow on
April 7 and H. It la expected the
event will bring out a fine dlxpltiy of
draft, carriage and riding hornen
and a campaign will be otarted right
away to ralae funds for award that
will ltiHure a lare lint of entries.
Mining men of the state met lu
Portland during the past week to
make plans for the entertainment
there of the Northwest Mining Con
greMH ou May 16, 17 ond lv At that
time It Is expect1! l have each dis
trict of the state represented and
large numbers of outside mining men
will be eutertalued.
Salem lays claim to a uulque dis
tinctlon among the capltol cities of
United States. It has made a greater
net gain lu population than any
other state eapitol. Suletu shows
additions to her population amount
Ing to SJ1.9 per cent during the ten
year period, as given lu the figures
of the census. No other state caplt.d
comes anywhere near this record.
Dates for the Oregon Icvelopment
League convention In Astoria have
lieen fixed for Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday, August 14. l." and 15.
This will le while the A st or Centen
nial Is In progress and convention
visitor will give a part of their time
to this historic celebration. The
conventlou dates were decided ufter
a conference letween the Astoria
Commercial Club and the Centennial
Itedmoud will have a double-barreled
celebration on July 4th, and
Independence Day will not le lt
only significance. The unlocking of
central Oregon by the railroads ami
freedom from Its long Isolation will
Is- the chief reasons for the Jollifica
tion. Kedmond is on both the Ore
gon Trunk and the IVschutes rail
roads and It sees a great future now
l at outlets have Is-en made to the
It looks as If 1UU will see a large In
flux of new settlers In the northwest.
The ad vance guard Is now arriving
as a result of the homesekers rates
whUhwentlntoeff.it on all trans
continental railroads the lth of
this month. All trains leaving Chi
cago, St. Paul, Kt. Iuls and OiiihIih
for th" northwest are heavily loaded
with passengers. It Is exected that
many III stop off lu Montana and
Idaho. but ultimately continue
through to the coast Inquiry
among the travelers by railroad men
Indicate that they are mostly Inter
rated lu Oregon and Washington
That a hard fight Is going M le
made on the employers' liability la w
enacted at the recent sesslun or I
the Washington legislature, Is a 1
foregone conclusion. In the light of j
the lowest terms tit which the meas. i
ure can le reduced It Is nothing more '
than an unfair tax that is hound to
work a hardship on a number of
manufacturing luterests in tl.e state.
For ix long time the commercial bod
ies have been working to build ui
Industrial communities, it Is feared
that. In the face of this new law, It
will lie hard to bring new enterprises
luto Wnshlugton. Those who have
studied the law say that Its own
(miners do not appreciate the dan
ger tif the measure they have written
on the statute books.
People of Washington who lielleve
that more good roads are necessary
to promote Internal development are
disappointed In Gov. M. K. Hay's
failure to get results, lu an effort to
Insure his reuomluatlon he has lseu
trying to build up a vote-getting
machine. Toward this em), he re
quested and obtained High way Coin
tulsslouer Bowlby's resignation
Then he offered the place to half a
dozen men but none of them hav
accepted. In the meantime, uncer
talnty prevails lu the department
The actions of the legislature hav
not helped to ease the situation any
either. Elaborate road plans for tli
state, prepared at a large cost, hav
been overthrown or held lu abeyanct
Instead of taking a nrm stand ton-
Hay's read policy has been Irres.
lute. The result Is that he will rn
against some pretty strong opj.o
tlon amocg the good roads peopl
when the primaries are held In 11)1
11V OKOKOK lIHAI.Ii
Koosevelt was born In New Vork
City, on hast llUh street, in the yea
!.. As a child he was puny am
sicklv. He was so weak that hi
parents traveled as f;ir as F.gvp
with him for his health.
As soon as he was old enough
Koosevelt read "The leather Stin k
lng Tales" of Cooper and the old
time youth's stories of Major Keld
At the age of 1- Koosevelt selectei
his calling in life. He resolved to be
a naturalist and roam the wilder
ness studying plants and animals
and to liea professor and diuw a
salary. To do this, he knew lie hai
to have strength and health.
The boys tnrew Insults at iilni am
gave biui numerous challenges. Tills
hurt his pride, but to take these up
required brawn. So at the nut of 1
Koosevelt turned Spartan. He llvet
In the opeu air, played with the rude
and caressed the rough, and tndeei
did everything that a Spartan would
do, save steal.
Koosevelt was successful In his
work for muscle, but there Is no rec
ord of bis doing a heroic act or a
brave deed In his boyhood or youth
He entered Harvard College In hts
lMh year. He loved study and was
ambitious. While at Harvard lie
weut Into the games of skill with t he
rest of t"'ovs. He was a fine
boxer and ivtler; he rode horse
bark, rowed a boat and ran. He
was the same in oratory as in box
lng, wrestling and his books, strong
and to the point.
Koosevelt, like his father, was re
ligious and went to church every
Sabbath. He first went to the Kpls
copal church, there being no Dutch
reformed church lu Cambridge, lb
was given a class to teach.
One Sunday morning one of Koose
velt's scholars preseuted himself with
black eve. Knowing that It had
been obtained in the good old way.
with a list, Koosevelt asked for par
ticulars. The boy had met with a
mart lad who spoke scornfully of
be Sunday schools. This Is-lng too
much for the boy, he first took off
bis coat and hung It on the pint
L,ongfellow's fence; then he had ob
tained the black eye while giving the
other "his fill. Koosevelt was so
pleased that he gave the boy a dollar
bill. Ills parents heard of this and
disapproved of If, so by particular
F.plscopal request he moved to t he
Presbyterian church next door.
Koosevelt's father died while he
was lu college, and left hlrn about
In ls.7), at the age of JJ. Koosevelt
gradutcd from Harvard. He decided
to study law, and later entered poll
tics. Ills motto was "llet ter filth
fill than famous." He had hlse.w-s
on the White House at this time.
He !egan to drop out m ii h hi silken
fellows.' They tried to urge him ifot
to turn politician, remlnilliikr Mm of
his wealth, but he said: ' I would
rather Is- In the governing elass tl an
In the class governed." He eao-d
nothing for m;ney.
Oeorge William Curtis said of I, !m!
more man a score or years ilo:
"You will know more, a deal more,
of Mm later. He will Is-a lignre. not
a figure head "
Chamberlain's Stomach and l.l.er
Tablets Invariably hi in.; o lief to
women suffering from chronic c n
stlpatlon, headache, biliousness, ilijs
(Iliess, sallow riess of the skin rim
pejwla. Sold by all dealer
, ftp TnilOrrnO
OF REAL ESTATE
Keal estate transfers for the week
ending March is, lull, an furnished
by the Hood Kiver Abstract Co.:
J W Hurley to Win UOusley, ltW
acres at tireen Point
Jesse Davidson to Walter U Dav
idson, two-thirds Interest lu ItiO acres
lu I'pper Valley
C K Hone to Louis W Hills lot 12
block 2 Waucoma
Apple Land and Orchard Co to Ll
ward K Toad lot . block A Karrett-
Iwis Winters to Mary llevans lot
42 block ! F.rwln & Watson addition
Clarence E Cotlin to Charles A Ham
aud John Andrews 20 acres on east
Sarah A lUuckmun to Mary Ci
buru Allen M) acres in I'pper Valley
U M Coleman to O II ISaker lot 44
block 3 Strauahan's 2ud addition
J (ieorge Chamberlain to. Home
stead Orchard Co 40 acres on east
We have a limited amount of fertil
izer In stock and would advise order
lug now as Portland supplies are
rapidly lielng taken up nnd we may
not be able to till broken lines later
on. See Strauahan & Clark.
In the circuit court of the state of Oregon for
Hood River county.
C. Nuruma, plaintiff, vs. Marion MacRae. A. C.
Hallman. C. E. Swanson, Rune H. Rice, Charlotte
Iryden. J. H Mayne, Carl A. Kifert, Elmer M.
Reeven. Burton K. Sweet, H. C. Juna-blut. R. V.
Innis, Wm. J, Davis, Martin C, Koeberle, E. H.
Barker, W. I. Frederick son, W. A. Frohanlt. Geo,
B. Fryer, Caroline Butts. E, S. Damon. B. A.
Gibkw, J. F. Minhar. Cha. W. Howard. Harry G.
Byirate. W. S. Keeline, C. H. West, H. S. Weat.
A. C. Brown, defendants.
To C. E. Swanson. Rose H. Rice, Charlotte Dry
den, J. H. Mayne. Carl A. Eifert, Elmer M.
Reeves. Burton E. Sweet. H. C. Juntfblut, R. V.
Innis. Wm. J. Davis. Martin C. Koeberle. E. H.
Barker. W. I. Frederickson. W. A. Frohardt, Geo.
B. Fryer. Caroline Butta, E. S. Damon. B. A.
Cibbs. J. F. Minear. Chas. W. Howard. Harry G.
Byirate, W. S. Keeline, 0. H. West, H. S. Weat.
and A. C. Brown of the above named defendants:
In the name of the state of Oregon, you and each
of you are hereby commanded and required to ap
pear in said court in the above entitled suit and
answer the complaint filed airainst you by the
said plaintiff on or before the 1st day of May, 1911,
ami you and each of you are hereby notified that
if you fail to so appear and answer said complaint,
for want thereof, the Aid plaintiff will apply to
the said court for and take a judgment and de
cree airainst you and each of you as follows, to
wit; will take a judgment atrainst you and each
of you for the sum of IU04.53 with interest thereon
at 6 per cent per annum from the 2uth day of
November. l'.U0. until paid and for a further sum
of $12.00 paid for preparing and filing the
lien herein and for the sum of $2uu.OO attorney's
fee and for ajlecree foreclosing the lien set out in
the complaint tiled herein by the plaintiff upon
the real estate set forth in said complaint and lo
cated in section 7. T. 2. N. R. 10 E., and Section 12.
T. 2 N. R. 9. E. of the Willamette Meridian, State
of Oregon and be inn a part of what is known as
the Marion MacRae tract and for an order direct
ing that said real estate be sold to satisfy the
above named sums and in case the proceeds from
said land dues not satisfy said judgment then for
a further order directing that execution against
Ha id defendants for such deficiency and for such
other and further relief as to the court as shall
seem meet with equity and good conscience.
This summons is served upon you by publication
thereof for six consecutive weeks prior to the 1st
day of May. 1911. in the Hood River News.
weekly newspaper of general circulation through
out said county of Hood River and state of Ore
gon, printed and published at the city of Huod
River, Hood River county, state of Oregon, which
said order bears date of March 16th. 1911. and that
the said Honorable Geo, D. Culbertson, judre of
said county court, state of Oregon in said order
for the publication of this summons upon you has
prescribed the 1st day of May 1911. as the time on
or before which you and each of you shall appear
and answer the complaint in said suit in said
Date of first publication of this summons in
kid newspaper is the 22nd day of March, lit 11.
H. G. Thompson.
Attorney for plaintiff.
Mrch, 22-29. Apr. 5-12-19-26.
Notice of Sale of Bonds.
Notice is hereby given that the Rard of Diree
tors of the Hood River Irrigation Dintnct, in Hood
River County. Oretron. wil sell the bonds of said
district in the sum of $70,'X.00 on Monday the
ntn day ox April, iyil. at the hour of 2 d. m. at
theomceof the Hoard or Uirectors. at the resi
dence of R. W. Kelly, in said district and that
sealed proposal a for said bonds will be received
by said Board at said place for the purchase of
said bonds until the day and hour above mentioned
at which time the Board will open the proposals
and awr-ro the purchase of the bonds to the hiiftv
est responsible bidder, the Brd reserving the
right to reject any and all bids. Bids to be ac
companied by a certified check fr ten per cent of
the amount of the bonds for which the bid is sub
Said bonds shall he payable in United States
gold coin in ten series, to-wit:
At the expiration of eleven years, five Der cent
or the whole number of said bonds, twelve years,
6 per cent; thirteen years, seven per cent: four
teen years, eight per cent; fifteen years, nine per
cent: sixteen years, ten per cent; seventeen years
eleven per cent; eighteen years thirteen per cent,
nineteen years, fifteen percent; twenty years six
teen per cent, and shall bear interent at the rate
of 6 per cent per annum, payable semi-annunally,
on the first day of January and July of each year.
The principal and interest shall be payable at the
place denignated in the bonds, and bidders are
given the option of having said bonds payable at
I ort land, iregon. or New iork, N. T.. and said
bond will be issued in accordance with the elec
tion of the successful bidders. Said bonds shall be
each of the denomination of not leas thaa$KfUJ0and
not more than WM) "0 and shall be negotiable in
form, and cupons for the interest shall be attach
ed to each and signed by the secretary.
rty order of the Hoard of Directors.
Dated at Hood River. Ore., this fifteenth day of
K. W. KELLY. Secretary.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has
been duly appointed by the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Hood River County, ad minis-
rat or of the estate of James I Langille. de-
fea-ied. All persons having claims against said
estate are hereby required to present the same to
properly verified as by law required, at my
office in Room 12, Smith Block. Hood River, Ore
gon, within six months from the date hereof.
Dated this Mth day of March, 1911.
H. B. LANfILI,K. Administrator
of the estate of James L Lsingille, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby givn that the undersigned has
en appoint rd by the County Court of the State
f Oregon, for Hood River County, to be aI mi ma
rs tor of the estate of r redrick IJer orent In ham.
deceased, and all pernons having claims againat
said estate are hereby notified to present the same
to me. duly verified, at the office of Jayne A
Watson, in the city of Hood River. Oregon, within
six months from the date of the first publication
f this notice.
Date of first publication. December 14th, 1910.
M. H. MOODY. Administrator.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice In hereby riven that th undernirned
an ben appointed Administratrix of the estate
of Philip Hpanffler, drri. All person havina;
rlaims airainst said estate are hereby notified to
present th same duly itemized and lejrally veri
Ur.1 at the law otfire of S. W. .Stars in Hi River.
lrfon, within (1 months of the date of this notice,
vis. March 20th. 111.
Ida M. SrsNni.ca.
Administratrix of the eatat of
Philip Hpancler. Deceased
Mrch 22-29 Hay -irVi-.
HENRY N. HACKETT
. Kind h of Subilivitlinf
Phon 41. Resldenc), 24S-K
DR. F C. BR0SIUS
Physician and Surgeon
Rcsidenc. Otk and Park. Offlc Omk and Second
Offle houra, 10 to U a. m.. t to Sand 7 to p. m.
Room t, 4 and ft, Broalua Block, Hood Rim. Ort,
H. L. DUMBLE
Physician and Surgeon
Calla promptly aimrand In town or country,
TalaphoiMs- Raaidanra U 1. Offic 613.
Offic In th Brosiu, BuiMinir.
DR. E. 0. DUTR0
Physician and Surgeon
Offie or First National Bank
Horn phofM.Kaa.TlB.!Otnc phon 71
Houd River. Orcgoa
SHAW & BR0NS0N
Physicians and Surgeons
Eliot Block. U'hoo.M
Hood RiTsr, Oregon
J. F. WATT, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Offie. Horn phono 3a Residence. SUB
Hood River. Oreg-oa
Dr. M. H. Sharp Dr. Edna B. Sharp
Graduate of the American School of Osteopathy,
Office in Eliot Building
Phone Office 102. Residence 102-B.
liood Kiver, Oregon
C. H. JENKINS. D.
Office. Hall Building, over Butler Banking Co.
Office phone 28. Residence phone 28-B
Hood River, Oregon
H. Dudley W. Pineo, D. D. S.
Office over First Ns ional Bank
Office-Home phone 131. Residence H me 151-B
H.xxt River, Orewon
DR. E. L. SC0BEE
Open evenings by appointment
Rooms 6 and 7, Broaius Building. Phone 3U0
Hood River, Oregon
M. E. WELCH
Hood River. Orecoo
DERBY & WILBUR
Room 3 and 4, First National Bank Building
Hood River, Oregon
E. H. HARTW1G
Attorney at Law
Smith Block, over First National Bank
Phone 168 Hood River. Oregon
F. C. HOWELL
Attorney at Law
L. A. HENDERSON
Graduate Civil Engineer
Formerly U. S. Land Surveyor Philippine Island
Two door, north of postoflica. Phon 41
JAYNE & WATSON
Hood River, Oregon
ERNEST C. SMITH
Room 14 and 16. Ball Building
Hood River, Oregon
A. C. BUCK
Notary Public and Insurance
Room 12. Rroaiii Block
Hood River. OreaTon
CIVIL ENOINELR AND SURVEYOR
Raoflitis Bun.MNfi Hood Rivkr
P. M MORSE
City Engineer and Surveyor
CITY AND COUNTY WORK
Heilbronner Building1 Hood Rivr. Oregon
HOCKENBERRY ft BARTLETT
HOOD RIVKR. OREGON
8 CP. SUMNER
Opposite tbi Post Ottlct
Hood Rivip, Okcoom
Kutane and Tokyo Dishes.
Oik Street, Horner bt
W. J. BAKER
APPLE AND STRAWBERRY
LAND A SPECIALTY
A. VV. ONTHANK
Dealer in CITY PROPERTY
Legal Papers carefully drawn.
Money loaned on First Mortgages
Fire Insurance in best Companies.
Surety Bonds of all kinds.
Stenography and Typewriting.
Business promptly attended to.
906 Oak Street
Kent & Garrabrant
Spaulding's Sporting Goods
All Kinds of Soft Drinks
Oak Street, opposite Smith Block. Hood River.
C. G. VAN TRESS
Desirable offices in the
new Heilbronner Bldgf.
These are the best ap
pointed offices in the
city. Get a comfortable
office and watch your
J. R. flLlLB&OlWB, Owner
MT. HOOD RAILROAD
TIME TABLK NO.
Effective I J tl A. M . October tin. I'll
Son th bound North bound
A. M. Station J'. Jf-
8.00 Hood River 4.00
8.05 Powerdale 3.55
8.15 Switchback 3.45
8.35 VanHorn 3.15
8.40 Mohrs 3.10
8.55 Odell 3.00
9.10 Summit 2 50
9.20 Bloucher 2.45
9.40 Winans 2.35
9.45 Ar. Dee Lv. 2.30
10.30 Lv. Dee Ar. 2.00
10.40 Troutcreek 1.55
11.00 Woodworth 1.35
11.15 Ar. Parkdale Lv. 1.30
4. WILSON. Agent
Htittncrlto for th New. I
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
Butler Banking Company, of Hood River, Ore.
At the Close of Business, March 7, 1911
Loans and Discounts $501,740.00
Bonds and Warrants 18,385.37
Office Fixtures and Furniture 5,505.09
Cash on Hand and in Other Banks. 217,223.91
Earned Surplus and Undivided
First Class Livery
Transfer and Livery company
Freight and Baggage Transfer
We are always pleased to extend courteous as
sistance to new residents of Hood River and the
Hood River Valley by advising them regarding any
local conditions within our knowledge, and we afford
every convenience for the transaction of their finan-'
cial matters. New accounts are respectfully and
cordially invited and we guarantee satisfaction. Sav
ings department in connection.
HOOD RIVER BANKING & TRUST CO., ho00rdEGoner
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Capital and Surplus
Safety Boxes and Storage Vaults
F. S. STANLEY, President E. O. BLANCIIAR, Cashier
J. W. HINRICI1S, V-Presldent V. C. BROCK, Au't. C.shler
F. S. Stanley J. W-. Hinriths ). McDonald
C. Dethman A. I). Moe
that is WHY
Chateau Neuf Olive Oil
Imported Exclusively by
25c and 65c
RELIABLE DRUGGISTS U
-Smith Block, Hood River, Oregon-
MOOD RIVER. OREGON.
any part of the
is our motto
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