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THE HOOD KIVER NEWS, J WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1912
UPPER VALLEY NOTICE
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Upper Valley Real Estate'?.. Insurance
Improved and Unimproved Orchard; Land
Hood River Connection
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Sanitary Plumbing and Heating.
Tinning and Sheet Metal Work.
Repairing Promptly Attended.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED CASCADE AVENUE
'AVING purchased the entire interest of E.
Brayford m the Rockford Store about three
months ago, we are now in a position
to serve you with all the highest class Groceries at
reasonable prices. We invite your patronage and
will serve you to the best of our ability.
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CALL AT THIS OFFICE
ELKS ARE TO HOLD
"LODGE OF SORROW"
Local Elks will join with their fra
ternal brothers at The Dalles on Sun
day, December 1, In the observance of
their annual "lodge of sorrow" In
honor of the deceased members of
the lodge. The first Sunday of each
year 1b set aside by the Elks the coun
try over for memorial services. The
local lodge Is arranging for especially
elaborate services this year and it is
planned to have a number of local
men participate in the services, which
will be held at the temple In The
Thanks for the Elks
Members B. P. O. Elks, Hood River
and The Dalles: I wish to thank you
for your beautiful floral tribute and
kind assistance during the recent
death of my husband. Dr. M. F. Shaw.
ZELDA F. SHAW.
MANY EXHIBITS. ARE
SENT TO PORTLAND
A carload of exhibits was packed
Friday by Secretary Scott of the
Commercial Club, agisted by Roy
Brock, and Hent to the Land Products
Show at Portland the same evenlag.
The exhibitor and the products en
tered by them Included the following:
Apple exhibits Sears & Porter,
140 boxes, (JeorRe I. Sargent 45, K. E,
Miller i!5, H. Sleverkrop, H. F. Glea
hou .to, John Weaver 10. H. D. Em
ery 5, F. Fen wick 40, Nelson & Atns
lee 5, Apple Growers Union !!0( U. C.
M. Ranch 5.
Those who contributed to the ag
ricultural exhibit Included the follow
ing: Howard Peeler, rye hay; F.
B. Snyder, potatoes: U. D. Thomp
son, pumpkins and squash; Itne Bab
son, WlDter Banana apples; Fletcher
& Fletcher, plants and flowers;
Bragg Mercantile Coinpuny, Banana
squash; Frank Button, potatoes; U.
C. M. Ranch, potatoes; John R. Put
nam, celery; Mrs LeRoy Armstrong,
nuts; A. H. Benz, rye hay; W. F.
Cooper, timothy hay; C. R. Bone,
wheat hay; J. R. Steel, potatoes
(1100 sacks tc the acre); William
Monroe, Winter Nellls and Beurre
Caster pears; 15. E. Duncan, penr
W. J. Knight, potatoes.
Prof. F. Waldeu, the well-known
horticulturist who owns a large apple
orchard in the Yakima valley, gives
his experiences in holding apples in
cold storage. He says:
"My experience with cold storage
apples has not been uniform. One
year I put 3,000 boxes into storage and
when I had sold out the next spring
I found that the increased price re
ceived for these apples paid all the
expenses and left about 50 cents per
box as profit. Fifteen hundred dol
lars profit on 3,000 boxes of apples
was like finding that much money. I
do not wish to be understood as saying
that $1,500 was the sum of all the
profit on those apples. I mean that
I received that much in addition to
what I would have received in the
fall. Sometimes I have put apples
into storage and did not make any
additional profit by so doing. Other
times I had a profit of 25 cents per
box. In no case am I aware that I
have actually lost by cold storaging
apples. Generally my apples in stor
age have kept well. Once I had some
Arkansas Black apples to scald not
all of them but only a few. One ad
vantage In storing apples in the fall
is you are not forced to sell at picking
time. If there were no apples put in
to storage we would be at the mercy
of the buyers."
Elections coming thick and fast.
Notice to Creditors
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, Minnie Pearl Ervine Thom
as, has been appointed Administratrix
of the estate of Mate A. Howland, de
ceased, by the County Court of Hood
River County, Oregon.
All persons having claims against
the said estate of Mate A. Howland,
deceased, are notified to present the
same, duly verified, to the undersign
ed, at the office of George W. Cald
well, 510 Arlington Bldg., Portland,
Oregon, within six (6) months from
the date of this notice, or be forever
barred from making claim for such
credits or claims.
Dated at Hood River, Oregon, No
vember 20th, A. D. 1912.
MINNIE PEARL ERVINE THOMAS,
GEO. W. CALDWELL,
510 Arlington Bldg,
Attorney for Estate. 47-51
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Rotlce of Float Settlement
In the County Court of Hood River County,
State of Orearon.
lu the matter of th eaUU of Pater Detlef Hin-
nt na, ueceaaed.
Notice la hereby riven that the nnderaia-ned
executrix of the laat will and estate of Peter Im.
U-f Hinricha. deceased, haa heretofore filed her
nnai account ana eeltlement in the above entitled
iourt and cauae. and that the lion. (i. K. Castner,
JuiJireof the aaid County Court, haa appointed
r riday the Zimi day of November. A. D. 112, at
the hour of lu o'clock a. m. of aaid day, in the
court room of the County Court Houae in the city
of Mood River. Oregon, aa the time and place for
hearing on and final aettiement of aaid account.
Any interacted peraon having objectiona thereto
may then and there appear and present the eame.
or be forever barred from making seme.
bate of first publication thia Jrd day of Octob
MAKUAKETHA liAGDALENA HINRICHS,
. . fcxeculrix.
E. H. Hartwiir.
A ttorney fur Kstate,
Hood Kiver, Oregon. 4M7
Notice of Hearing inJFInil Account
In the County Court of the State of Oregon for
Hood Kiver County.
In the matter of the Estate of William H.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned aa
Administrator of the Estate of William H. Thorn-
as. deceased, did on the lth day of October. lHti.
duly tile hie final account aa auch Administrator.
with the Clerk of the County Court of Hood Kiv
er County. Oregon, and that on the 16th day of
October. 1912. the Judire uf aaid Court rfulv mH
and tiled an Order fixing a day for the hearing of
oujeciiona to aucn rinai Account, and the Settle
ment thereof and the release and discharge of
said Administrator and Bondsman, and fixing the
ISind day of November. A. D. 112. at 10 o'clock
a. m. at the Court Houae in the City of Hood Riv
er, Hood Kiver County, Oregon, aa the time and
piece or auch bearing.
Now therefore, all persona interested in aaid es
tate are hereby notified to appear at aaid time and
place and show cause if any they have why aaid
Final Account should not be allowed, and in all
things approved and confirmed, and the aaid Ad
ministrator and hia Bondsman disc hanreH and the
said aetata be declared settled and closed.
1 he day of the first publication of thia notice
will be October 23rd. 1912.
Dated October 17th. 1K12.
ELISHA M. THOMAS.
Aa Administrator of the Estate of
William H. Thomaa, deceased.
L. A. & A. P. Reed. Attorneys.
Hood Kiver. Oregon. 43-47
In the Circuit Court of Hood River County. Ore
Leander Francis Smith. Plaintiff, va Clara Rn
To Clara Belle Smith. Defendant:
In the name of the State of Oregon:
You are hereby reauired to aoDear and answer
the complaint filed atrainst you in the above nam
ed Court and entitled suit, on or before the laat
day of aix consecutive weeki from the date of the
first publication of this summons aa hereinafter
stated, and if you fail to so appear and answer for
want thereof, plaintiff will apply to this court for
the relief demanded in his aaid complaint, and
will demand judgment and decree of thia court
for a divorce from the bonds of matrimony now
existing between him and you, on the greunda of
your wilful desertion of him for more than one
year last past, and for other equitable relief.
You are hereby served with thia aummona by
publication thereof, by order of the Honorable
G. R. Castner. County Judge of Hood River Coun
ty. Oregon, made October 21at, 1912. which order
prescribed that you shall appear and answer aaid
complaint on or before the last day of six consecu
tive weeka from the date of the first publication
of this summons; and you are notified that Octob
er 23rd. 1912. is and will be the date of the first
publication of thia aummona.
(jbOKGE R. W ILBUR.
43-49 Hood River. Oregon.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
the County of Hood River.
Manning L. Howard, Plaintiff, vs Adolph Grodt.
Bertha Grodt. Christian Frederick Grodt. Doris
Grodt Kahl. Dora Grodt. Dorothy Grodt. Emma
Grodt. F'rederick Grodt, Frederick Grodt, Gustave
Grodt, John Grodt. John Ditlef Grodt. Johann
Detlef Frederick Grodt. Johanna Dorethea Grodt.
(Insane). W. Wulf. Guardian of Johanna Dore
thea Grodt, Neta Grodt. William Grodt. William
Grodt. John Kahl. and Gustave Grodt. William
Grodt. and F'rederick Grodt for the benefit of the
heira of Charles Grodt, deceased. Defendants,
To Adolph Grodt. Bertha Grodt. Christian Fred
erick Grodt. Doris Grodt Kahl. Dora Grodt. Dor
othy Grodt, Kmma Grodt. F'rederick Grodt. Fred
erick Grodt. Gustave Grodt, John Grodt. John
Ditlef Grodt,- Johann Detlef Frederick Grodt. Jo
hanna Dorethea Grodt (Insane). W. Wulf. Guard
ian of Johanna Dorethea Grodt. Neta Grodt, Wil
liam Grodt, William Grodt, John Kahl, and Gua
tave Grodt, William Grodt and F'rederick Grodt
for the benefit of the heira of Charles Grodt. de
in the name of the State of Oregon. You are
hereby required to appear and answer to the Com
plaint filed against you in the above entitled suit
on or before the expiration of aix weeks
from the date of the first publication of this
Summons hereinafter stated, and if you fail ao
to answer, for want thereof the Plaintiff will ap
ply to the Court for the relief prayed for in hia
F'or a Decree determining all claims adverse to
plaintiff which you. or either or any of you, may
have or claim to have, in any estate or interest in
that land situated in the County of Hood Kiver,
State of Oregon, described as follows, to-wit:
The northeast quarter of the southeast quarter
of the southwest quarter of Section Fourteen (14),
Township Two (2) North. Range Ten (10) Eaat
of the W illsmette Meridian.
That by said decree it may be adjudged that
you or either or any of you have no estate or in
terest, whatever, in or to aaid land and that the
plaintitT la the owner of the title to aaid land in
fee simple: that you. and each of you. be forever
enjoined and debarred from asserting any claim
whatever in or to said land adverse to plaintitT;
that plaintitT may recover hia costs and disburse
ments snd have such other relief aa to the court
may seem just and equitable.
You are hereby servi'd by publication of thia
Summons in accordance with an order of the Hon.
W. I.. Bradehaw, Judge of the above entitled
Court, duty made and entered on the 10th day of
October. 1112, which order prescribes that you
shall appear and answer said Complaint on or be
fore the expiration of Six Weeks from the date of
the date of the first publication of this Summons;
the date of the first publication hereof is the 16th
day of October, 1912.
ERNEST C. SMITH.
42-4. Attorney for Plalnti(T.
Notice to Creditors
Notice U licrcliy given that the un
lerelnned, Mary A. Noble, has been
appointed Adniluletrntrtx of the es
tate of 1' rank Noble, deceased, by the
County Court of Hood Kiver County,
All person! having claims against
the said estate of Frank Noble, de
ceased, are untitled to present the
same, duly verified, to. the under
signed, at the otiice of K. II. Mart-
wig, at rooms i and 8, Smith ltlock.
Third Street, in Hood Kiver City,
within six (til months from the date
of this notice, or be forever barred
from making claim for such credits
Dated at Mood Kiver, Oregon, No
vetntHT th, A. I. l!12.
Maiiy A. Nohi.k,
K. M. Mahtwh;, Administratrix.
Attorney for Kstate 4" 4!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon, for Hood River County.
In the matter of the estate of M. F.
The undersigned having been
appointed executor of the last will
and testament ot M. K. Shaw, deceas
ed and letters testamentary having
issued to me as such under an order
of the County Court of Hood Kiver
Notice is hereby given to the credit
ors of and nil persons having claims
against said estate, to present them
duly verified as required by law, at
the otllec of Krnest C. Smith, In the
McCnn Ilulliling. City of Hood Kiver,
Oregon, within six months from the
date of the tlrst publication of this
notice, which date Is November 1;),
J. O. MitTU.Y, Kxecutor.
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ladder thafis not heavy or clumsy but
strong enough; for. any ordinary use.
Blowers Hardware Co.
The Firm that "Makes Good"
The Hood River Volunteer Firemen
the pleasure of your attendance and support
Annual Fireman's Ball
to be given in
Heilbronner Hall, Thursday, Nov. 28th
Dancing from 9 o'clock to 12
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