THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 24. 1912 5 it A mm VI IV.fi tea Iff I'M .m J" -""HS JVVrl m Mcmubrav, CJVir Gen' GEO. W. DIMMICK Real Estate and Insurance Room 1, Phone J68-M First Class Livery Transfer and Livery company Freight and Baggage Transfer OUMiKAL STORAdl- Well Drilling DONE STAR WELL DRILLING OUTFIT FOR PARTICULARS ADDRESS APPLE LAND & ORCHARD COMPANY HOOD RIVER, OREGON 0ct. Na. 9 Oak Slrtal "" Express and Baggace Furniture and Pianos Mox)ed All Kinds of Light and Heavy Work Wood Yard and Feed Store in Connection Office Phone 1 Residence 1SHK H TAFT J. M. SCHMELTZER HOOD RIVER ABSTRACT COMPANY ABSTRACTS Insurance Conveyancing Surety Bonds '! Accuracy" is Our Motto Office In New llcilbronner Building Phone Zi Mood River, Oregon THE DIRECT LINE EAST The trains of The North Bank Road run through to Spokane, Butte, Helena, Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago without change. None is faster or better appointed. Every mod ern feature of equipment is supplied. (pit) ranged through to all eastern points. Details will be furnished on request. W. H. COWAN, (1. P. A T. A., Portlnud, Ore. THIS WINTER Famous the World Over tor it. splendid hostelriea, in vari ed attractions, its line beachea. hot prinira ami pleasure reaorta all these can ba reached with ease by Oregon-Washington Railroad & 'Navigation'Co. SMiTHrN PA(inc company Road of a Thousand Wonders" $55.00 r - . nana iu in nnecics an (ctura With CorreHnnn.linirlw I t tnm " '-W. R. N. point'. a-uud ix monlha with stopovers Mmng and returning-. within limit. Hand aumeiy Illustrated literature will ba to any Smith Block Hood River, Ore. Phone 5 HOOD RIVER, OREGON. Quick Successful Satisfactory WITH A Phontt. 26 er 2002- TRANSFER CO. 3 F. A. BISHOP uljnnsu upon application With only one change of train, and that is the same station, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Denver and other central western 'points are reached. Tickets and baereraire ar I-. A. OILBERT, Agt. S. P. & S., White Salmon, Wn. CALIFORNIA FEARS WORSTFBUIT PES Ie8lle llutltr write that Callforul faces a new yellow peril. It In the Mediterranean fruit fly, known In en tiimoloy tin CerutltlH Capltata mnitll, ochereoiiM tiued Insect. It has (levtMtatetl St. Helena and the Iale Malta and brought the Inhabitant to Much dfHtltutlon that they are compelled to abandon thowe coun trie. It U working havoc In the great orchards of lirazll, Hawaii parts of Auxtralla, the South Se IhIiiiiiIm, India, South Africa aud the countries along the Aledlterranea sea. Wherever It goes It wren Un havoc wholesale, few fruits wlthstaudtntf Its onslaughts, and It holds science and all other mau-iuade methods relief itt hay. Scientists say It Is the deadliest enemy to the fruit world that has come to light In a century aud now It Is threatening an lnva slon of California, three-fourths of whose Industry today Is liused on her fruit production. So great Is the pest and the fear of It that the last legislature of Callfor nlu, following Its adjournment for the Christmas holidays, convened again In apeclal session, and In forty Ave minutes enacted a luw placing a rigorous quarantine on all Hawaiian grown fruits, aud the law, receiving the governor's stguature immediate ly, Instantly went into effect. The pest already has permeated Hawaii, so that very little of tha country's fruit, either cultlvuted or wild, Is I in run ue, aud the danger to California was bo great a year ago that the Board of Commissioners of Agriculture and Forestry at Mono lulu officially notified the California state officials. Millions of dollars worth of orchard property on the Islands has lieen ruined, and now not a single piece of Hawaiian fruit, un less It lie hermetically sealed and kept so, can enter California unless I Is smuggled In. Incredible as It may seem, all of California's fruit Industry, which has been estimated annually to tie fully $140,000.0o0, may lie totally ruined through the carelessness of one trav eler, who. returning from Honolulu smuggles one bit of Hawaiian fruit Into the state. This Is the statement of .officials of the California State Commission of Horticulture, who have charge of the quarantine. To prevent pneumonia, a cold set tied In the lungs should lie attended to at once. Put a Herrlck's Hed Pepper Porous Plaster on the dies ant take Ballard's Horehouud Syrup internally. It's a winning comblua tlon. Buy the dollar size Horehound S rup; you get a porous plaster free with each bottle. Sold by Chas. X Clarke Regular Sunday excursion to Park lanwi. I iriinriiib lll $ villi Bfll liu friend. IM.. ......... .... ..........1. Copy for advertisements MUST be in the office by Monday NOON. A Basket of Goodness Well I , fa s is a basket of our Fine Groceries We faiarantee the perfect purity of every article we sell, and pride ourselves upon the rep utation we have made for fair and honest dealing. We keep only the freshest and finest of Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, Butter, Epgs, Flour, etc., and challenge comparison of qualities at equal prices. If you are not already dealing here, you are robbing yourself of many sources of sat isfaction. Free delivery J. M. Wood The W. G. Aldred Co. CONTRACTORS EXCAVATING AND GRADING Crushed Rock and Gravel HOOD RIVER. OREGON "CRUEL" TO TAKE FAIRY TALES AWAY Hood Iilver lias the word of the Oregoulan that there Is nothing In jurious to school children's nerves In the fairy tales which are read In the schools. That paper referred to a recent discussion In this city by pub lishing the following editorial: The Heights Improvement league of Hood Itlver has stumbled upt u a mare's nest of truly frightful aspect. It has found that the "fictitious stories In the school readers excite children's minds and cause a degree of nervousness which breaks down their health." Sad Indeed Is this to think of. The noxious schoolroom atmosphere, long hours In an unriat tural position at desks, late hours at home, badly cooked food and too much of It eaten at the wrong time, dauclng purties, premature romanc ing lie t ween the sexes, none of these nerve aud stomach-destroying fac tors .are at work la blessed Hood Itlver. The nerves of the school chll dren are going to wreck there, us everywhere else, but It is the "ficti tious stories" In the reading books which do the business, and nothing else contributes. It Is astoulshlng to see a recrudes. cence of the old Puritanical hatred of fiction In a community so renowned for Intelligence as Hood Itlver. Sen sible parents and teachers under stand that the child has a natural craving for stories, that properly chosen fiction does not "excite" the young nerves, but soothes and calms them, and that no mental nutriment Is, upon the whole, so excellent for a child as stories of adventure either In fairyland or upon the earth. We have niade no personal Investi gation of the state of the children's nerves at Hood Itlver and so cannot diagnose their trouble with scientific accuracy, but we can made a shrewd guess at It. They are probably kept ludoors In bad air when they ought to be out at play. Xo doubt they are kept out of bed studying their lessons when they ought to be asleep. Very likely they are allowed by their parents to go to parties and return at all hours of the night after filling their stomachs with Indigestible dainties. Here Is the seat of trouble with the nerves ol the Hood Itlver children and not In the poor pieces of fiction they find Id the school read ers, lo cut tuetn on from this bit of mental nourishment would be out right cruelty. What they need more stories and more fresh air. URGES MORE PRUNING AND LESS PROPPING OF FRUI With trees that have been grown slowly and normally, and that havi lieen shaped properly, many expert say there Is little need for propping and bracing, even when bearing the maximum crops. Many of our trees have not been developed In this way aud If not supported are likely to be broken down with the first large crop of fruit. I rees mat nave Deen thinned are less likely to be injured In this way, for the reason that the remaining apples usually develop Into the best grade and the trees do not have to support a lot of worth less fruit. Kx. FICTION IN HIGH SCHOOLS GETS RATHER HARD JOLT I'he White Salmon l'nterprlse says that a Hood Kiver high schoolgirl much given to novel reading was going to White Salmon, but became stalled after she had climbed only the first section of the stairway From the top llarve Humphrey saw her distress, started down, and when he had nearly reached the girl, heard her exclaim, "Some succor Is coming at lastl" The gallant Hurve eyed her Indignantly and then yelled down to her, "It's a sucker I Am. Is It? Well, you can stay Just where ou are for all of me." A collapsible crate for use In ship- ilng apples has been produced that will be the means of shipping many housands of bushels of apples that might otherwise go to waste. These rates hold a bushel and can be re timed to the shipper at a compara- Ively small expense and can be used several times before they are cou- Igued to the scrap pile. HOOD RIVER POULTRY YARDS J. K. WlhUStK, rrnpriRior Brotftr ol t. C. . Ltghftrnt. W. P. Rrk an J C. Rhftdt island Rtdt. Indian Nunntr Ducks Enra and Pay OM Chickp aftpr Jan. 1t. Or- Hrr booked now. poultry anU Vi mil wwt of city, at r rank Urn. rhun .caa-A. WMn In nml tf printing ninm.MT Summons. T th. Cirruit Court of tha Stat of Ornron. in and for Hood Kiver County. Sidney B. Carnina. Hamlin, va. Adelia A.Stranahan, Klta May Jonea. A. B. Jonea. Albert K. Stranahan, Ctirraan Strana han. Ethel Anderson, Hoy Aruleraon. May Mottiahaw, Fred Mottinhaar. Clinton Muoney, Iteaaie Muoney. Hop. Muoney. a minor. Klmer t. McCray. aruardian of Hope Mooney. minor. iJavid E. Herdan. Addie Uerdan. Anton Knudaun. Ole Knudaon. Knute Knudaon. Mary Kude. and Ui nation itude. Defendants To tthel Anderaon. Hoy Anderaon. May Motti ahaw, Fred Mottiahaw. Hope Muooey. a minor. Llavid K. Herdan. Addie Herdan (lie Knudaon and Knute Knudaon. defendant, impleaded with tha other defendant above named, and to each of you: In the name of tha Stat of Oregon: You are here by required to appear and anawer th complaint tiled aint you. and each of you. in thia Court, in the above entitled auit, on or befor the Uat day of aix eoneacutive weeka from th date of th tint publication of thia Summon, aa hereinafter aiauxi. ana lr you fail to do ao, for want thereof. plaintiff will apply to thia Court for the relief demanded in hia aaid Complaint, and will take judgment for tha reformation of three certain aeeaa or conveyance conatitutinc a continuous chain of title, by amandins and correcting th erroneous description of land contained in and running down through all of aaid deeds, so that the same will conform to the real and true intent or the parties thereto, and tha aaid description therein read aa follows: Commencing at th quarter section comer on the south side of section 36 in township 3, north, range 10. east of Willamette Meridian, and run thenc north alor.g the quarter section lin run ning north and south through said aection 35. a distanc of ld.65 chains, more or leas, to the point marking the northwest corner of the tract of land owned by George H Steinhoff and Ldith O. Stain hoff, husband and wife, and run thenc aouth. na.uH ' east, along the north boundary of aaid Steinhoff 'a land a distance of 3.50 chains, more or leas, to the southwest corner of th tract of land owned by Bertha E. Glass, for the point of com mencement of the tract hereby described; thenc running northerly along th east boundary of aaid Glaas' land 4 chains, more or less, to the south west corner of the tract of land now owned by George Walter Lawrence: thence running easterly along the south boundary of said Lawrence' land 11 chaina. more or leas, to th southeast comer thereof; thence running aouth parallel to th said eaat boundary of said Glass' land 4 chaina. more or lens, to a point in the road known aa th Ava- lon Way. south. 08 ' eaat of the point of com mencement; thence north. 08 ' west 11 chains, more or less, to the point of commencement. Said deeds being: One from O. L. Stranahan and wife to David E. Benlsn. dated February 20. 1H02. recorded in Hood Kiver County Deed Records Volume K. page 3fti; one from David E. Berden and wife to Chriatian Knudaon. dated Auguat 18, l!A2. recorded in Volume A. page 675. same rec ords; and one from Christian Knudaon to Sidney B. Carnine. dated October 7. linT, recorded in Volume L. page 626, same records. Thoae of you found by the Court in its decree to be chargeable with that duty will be required to make and deliver new deeda of the form, sub stance and intent of such aaid originala described above, but containing such corrected and reformed description, within a definitely fixed tim after the entry of such decree, or in caae of failure ao to do. such decree to stand as and for such new conveyance. Plaintiff also prays that the cloud upon hia title to aaid land, caused by aaid incorrect and defec tive deeds, be removed and that hia aaid title b forever quieted against you; and for other equita ble relief. You are hereby served by publication of thia Summons by order of the Hon. Geo. D. Culbert son. County Judge of Hood River County. Ore gon, entered December 18th, liU, which order prescribed that you shall appear and answer the complaint on or before the last day of aix consec utive weeka from the date of th first publication of thia summons: and you ars further notified that the date of the first publication of thia sum mons is December 20, 1911. GEOKGE R. WILBUR. Hood River, Oregon. Dec 20-Jsn 31-Tt Plaintiff's Attorney. Summons. In tha Circuit Court of the atata of Oregon, for the county of Hood Kiver, Henry J. Lindaay. Plaintiff, va. H. de Redintr; Cornelia Edmunda Ha I Urn. a widow: M. Yasui; J. Thornton and W. H. Walton and Middlecrest Orchard Company. a Corporation, Defendants. To H. de Reding, Cornelia Edmunda Hallam. a widow, M. Yaui. J. Thornton and W. H. Walton, and Mtddlecreat Orchard Company, a corporation. and each of you, defendant. In the Name of the State of Oregon:- You and each of you are hereby required to appear and answer the Complaint filed against you and each of you in the above entitled auit within ten days from the date of the service of this summons on you and each of you, if served within this county, and if served within any other county in this state, then within twenty days from the date of the service of this summons upon you and each of you, and if you fail so to answer, for want there of, the plaintitT will take a decree against you and each of you for the sale of the hereinafter described real property situate in Hood Kiver County, Oregon, for the foreclosure of that cer tAin mortgage dated September 24th, 109, made, executed and deliveted by defendant H. de Red ing to uid plaintiff Henry J. Lindaay to secure the payment of the sum of Twenty Six Hundred and Ninety Dollars and interest, which said mortgage was duly filed in the office of the County Cierk of said Hood River County, Oregon, on January !!nd. lt10 at 2:40 o'clock p.m. and recorded in book 3 of mortgages at page Mr, for the payment and satisfaction of all sums secured by said mortgage, including said sum of Twenty Six Hundred and Ninety Dollars.(&90 and inter est, the sum of Two Hundred and Seventy Dollars (f?70 attorney's feea in this auit and plaintiffs costs and disbursements herein, and will take a decree against you and each of you for such other relief as prayed for in the complaint herein and shall be deemed by the court proper. Said real property is more particularly described as follows, to-wit: The North half (NS) of the South-west quarter (SW'aj) of the North-east quarter NEL4) of Section Eighteen Township Two2) North, Range Ten U0) Last of Willamette Meridian. lou are hereby served by publication of thia summons, by virtue of an order of the honorable George D. Culbertson. as County Judge of Hood River tountv. and State of Oregon, duly made. granted and dated on the 2nd day of December A. l. ly 1 1. for the service of this summons upon you by publication thereof, and in accordance therewith, and which order prescribes that you shall appear and answer the complaint, on or be- j fo'e the last day of six consecutive weeka from! the date of the first publication of this summons, , and the Hth day of iVcember A. D. 1911 as the! date of the first publication of this summons, and you are hereby further notified that said date is and will be the first publication of thia summons, i lated December 2nd. IVll. dH-ji: L. A. & A. P. Rrkp. Attorneys for I'laintitt. Hood Kiver. uregon. K" C. A. R. Lift 6-576. Restoration to Entry of Lands In National Forest Notice is hereby Riven that the lands described below, embracing 10 acres, within the Oregon National forest, Oregon, will be subject to settle ment and entry under the provisions of the home stead laws of the I'mted States and the act of June 11. VM Stat.. ZWK at the United States land office at The Dalles, Oregon, on April 3. 112. Anv settler who was actually and in uood faith claiming any of said lands for agricultural pur poses prior to January I, U0 and has rot aban doned same, has a preference right to make a homestead entry for the lands actually occupied. Said lands were listed upon the applications of the persons mentioned below, who have a prefer ence right subject to the prior right of any such settler, provided such settler or applicant is qual ified to mate homestead entry and the preference nirht is exercised prior to April 3. Ivld, on which date the lands will be subject to settlement and entry by any qualified person. The lands are as pillows: lheSE'4 nf SK'4 of sec. 11!. 1. l ., R. 9 K.. W. M., 10 acres, application of Harry S. t rouse, of The Dalles, Oregon; I it ft-STrt. s. V. I'KOi nrll. Assistant Commissioner of the General Land Office Approved Deecemher 19. 1911. CARM1 A. THOMPSON. Acting Secretary of the Interior. First pub. Jan. 17. 4t tncunt Koec RaitYeacI Ttnx Tshk No. IC. Effective. April 17th. 12 C I A. M. P.M. i.M. SeuTM Nr 8.00 Hood Iliver 3.10 8.05 Powerdale 3.05 8.15 Switchback 2.55 8.35 Van Horn 2.30 8.40 Mohrs 2.25 8.55 Odell 2.15 iUO Summit 2 05 9.20 Bloucher 2.00 9.40 Win an a 1.50 9.45 Ar. Dee Lv. 1.45 0.15 Lv. Dee Ar. 1.25 0.25 Troutcreek 1.20 0.40 Woodworth 1.05 0.50 Ar. Parkdale Lv. 1.00 SumJavt. north bound ft sin will run two hourt late. above ih hcdula, ktsving Patkdil 1 p m. Central Reached via the Deschutes Branch Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Go. Through Car Service Between Portland and Bend Daily Train Lr. Portland Lv. Tha Dallea Lv. Deschutes Jc Ar. Madras Ar. Metohus Ar Opal City.. Ar. Redmond Ar. Bend 7:50-10:00 A M. 12:40 P.M. 1:30 P.M. 6 45 P.M. 6:00 P.M. 7:08 P.M. 7:45 P.M. 8:40 P.M. The Direct, Quick and Natural Route to Central Oregon. Auto and regular staa-e connections to La Pine. Fort Rock. Silver Lake. Prineville. Bums. Klamath r alia and other inland potnta. Call on any O.-W. R. A N. Agent (or any information desired, or address) WM. McMURRAY GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT PORTLAND. OREGON For Lime, Cement and House Plaster See STRANAHAN & CLARK 4th & State St. 0. P. 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Same way too with many of our electric supplies. Want to please pour wife with some thing she'll appreciate? Get her one of our sewinpr machine motors. They are dandies. Phone 60-X uin(W Co. In1 News. A. w ILMJiN, Agent.