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THE HOOD KIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1913
Jo TShe Surest Investment Jte
B. E. DUNCAN & CO.
Regular Sunday excursion to Park
dale. Pleasant trip for yourself and
No Old Goods
Complete Line of Fresh
Groceries, Vegetables, Fruits, Etc.
We Invite your inspection
e J- KINSEY
ciite grocery otorc phone445i
FHU DELIVERY: Last 9:30 a.m., 3:30 p. m.; We
West 8 a. m., 10 a. ni., 4 p. m. - STAMPS'
UPPER VALLEY NOTICE
List your places for'special attention with
Upper Valley Real Estate .'. Insurance .
Improved and Unimproved OrchardjLand
4 Hood River Connection
OUY Y. LDWARDS & CO.
j Please telephone
MILK AND CREAM
Fresh and Clean; to be delivered
from the Valley Ranch Dairy. Phone
H. G. ZILLIACUS
If ' NURSERY STOCK I
In Standard Varieties to offer for the I
Season 1912-13. Also some Select $
PEONA BULBS J
! CD. THOMPSON f
Phone 5808 R. R. No. 2 Hood.River, Ore. I
'AVING purchased the
Brayford in the Rockford Store about three
months aero, we
to serve you with all the highest class Groceries at
reasonable prices. We invite your patronage and
will serve you to the besf of our ability.
CilVi: US A TKIAI
MERCER & CO.
PMONI; NO. 411 1 WAREHOUSE ON NRST STREET
Transfer and Livery company
Freight, Express and Baggage Transferred
Furniture Moved, Stored or Packed
I for Shipment
1 HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
P. B. SNYDER B. B. POWELL
Hood River PlumDIng company
Phone IB A A
Sanitary Plumbing and Heating.
Tinning and Sheet Metal Work.
Repairing Promptly Attended.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED CASCADE AVENUE
Clbson Sisters' Millinery Opening
Friday and Saturday, March 7 and 8
Everyone cordially Invited to attend.
on our Shelves
Phone U. C. M. Ranch. Parkdale?
337-Odell Upper Hood River Valley. Ore. I
your orders for
entire interest of E.
are now in a position
UPPER VALLEY NEWS
The floor groaned as the herd of
white elephants gamboled into the
circus on Friday evening. Miss Filler,
Mrs. llann and Mrs. Mcintosh were the
ringmasters and proved to be grand
masters In the art of entertaining.
There were numerous side shows
one of which was the musical chairs
in which Mrs. Nelden was the leader
of the band.
A few of the elephants that deserve
special mention were J. W. Simmons'
"Ferndale," Miss Mary Allen's "Man
sion House," O. M. Bailey's "Mt. Hood
Ready Kelief," Mr. Boe's "Spud," Mrs,
Grouse's "Steinberger," Mrs. Hann's
"Can- Can," Ray Babson's "Brogan
Florence Craven's baby elephant
"Damit," Master James Crouse's "Mer
cury, James Uoodlanders "Union,
Miss Filler's "Boe," J. Strom's "Bread
winner" and Uncle Jim Suydam's
Miss Shahan's "G. O. P." did not
appear as it had not fully recovered
from the injury it received last Novem
During the evening a couple of fakirs
mingled among the audience endeav
oring to relieve them of their coin but
met with poor success. It was near
midnight when the stakes were pulled
up, everyone declaring they had an
elephantine of a time.
AMATEURS WILL ENTERTAIN
Upper Valley Thespians Preparing to
A barrel of fun will be on tap at the
college comedy, entitled "A Case of
Suspension," to be given on Friday
evening, March 14th as a number in
the entertainment course. A mirth pro
voking production is assured when
such talented artists as the following
are in the cast:
Mrs. C. E. Craven Miss Judkins
Mrs. Ed Clark Kathleen
Miss Alda Puddy Dorothy
Miss Edena Clark Mildred
Miss Llllie Crisp Alice
Ned Van Nuys Prof. Edgerton
Mr. Goodlandor Jonas
Eric Gordon Harold
Orvllle Thompson Jack
Ed Clark Tom
WOMEN GET INQUISITIVE
But W. H. Tobey Guesses The Answer
Right Off The Bat
Because of his expertnesa in the
poultry game, W. H. Tobey Is called
upon to answer some pretty knotty
questions and is pleased to Impart his
knowledge but draws the line at such
questions as were asked at a recent
meeting of the Bridge Club by two
ladies who tried to get his "goat."
Oh, Mr. Tobey" asked one lady, "which
is correct, to speak of a sitting hen or
a setting hen?" He promptly referred
her to Hoyle for an answer. Then
another lady fired the following: "I
would like to know, Mr. Tobey, when
a hen cackles, has she been laying or
is she lying?" "That depends said
Tobey, "whether she Is of the Ananias
or Stelnrp strain."
THAT RUMBLING EXPLAINED
Those rumbling sounds that are
heard emanatory from the direction of
Valley Crest are not caused by any
meteorological disturbances, but are
merely Ray Babson rehearsing the
"heavy" pnrt he Is to act In the melo
drama that Is to be staged oil March
28 as a number In the entertainment
Christian Science services are held
In the Reading Room, Room 2, David
son Building, Sunday at 11 a. m.
Subject. "Man." Sunday School
at 10 a. m. Wednesday meeting at 8
p. m. The reading room Is open dully
from 2 to S p. m.
Mrs. J. Nunamaker returned Satur
day from a visit with friends and rela
tives in the eastern part of the state.
Quite a number of the Oak Grove
and Belmont people were present to
listen to the last afternoon service of
Dr. Bulgin in the M. E. church at Hood
River. To say the least, those absent
were the losers.
Neal Nunamaker ran a rusty nail in
to hiB foot one day last week resulting
in blood poison. However, he is very
much better at present.
The Glass home Is still under quar
antine. Mrs. Glass was stricken with
the fever last Friday and is very ill.
Raymond and baby Dorothy are still
very low. Mrs. Glass' mother has come
from Portland to care for them.
E. E. Rugg returned from Heppner,
The New England Dinner given by
the Ladies' Aid was in every respect
a success. A nice program was given,
and the dinner was good. The financ
ial returns were quite satisfactory, the
amount received being $18.30.
The Ladies' Aid will meet at the
home of Mrs. Anderson next Friday
afternoon. Come early.
The W. F. M. S. will meet at the
home of Mrs. Allen this (Wednesday)
afternoon, March 5. Mrs. Sam Eby
will lead the meeting. A full attend
ance is requested.
At Fir It Is being noted that the
school is doing remarkably well Mit s
Elise Wells being the teacher.
There have been no heavy Chinook
so the snow is not all off. Rain fell
Mr. and Mrs. Will Kemp returned
home from California Saturday morn
ing. They do not seem to have been
"frosted" in the least and there was
certainly no frost In their welcome
home. They report a fine trip.
Mrs. Helen Lockman has received
a letter from her daughter, Mrs. Dane
Kemp, saying they were all doing well
at Imperial Valley. There had only
been rain enough there to settle the
dust. She expected to start home
ward on March 2nd. Mrs. Alice
Poole Is in Los Angeles and very well.
Mrs. Crockett remains with her bro
ther, who is grow ing stronger.
Sunday School at the Union Church
next Sunday at 10:30. Miss Bell
Reade has a fine class of boys and
girls of 16 and thereabouts.
Sunday School as usual at 10 a. m
at the Methodist Church. Rev. Car.
son preaches in the evening after the
Miss Hope Shelley is at Hood River
caring for her sick niece.
On Friday at two p. m. Rev. E. J
Bulgin will preach at the Methodist
Church at Odell. He will preach again
at 7:30 Friday night and three times
on Saturday, namely at 10:30 a. m.,
followed by a basket dinner, at 2 p. m.
and at 7:30. He will preach at Tine
Grove at the Methodist Church Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock. Dr. Bulgin re
cently held services for three weeks
at Hood River, the Methodist, Chris
tian and U. B. churches uniting, and
there resulted 20 converts. Every
one Is Invited. We understand that
Dr. Bulgin is a Presbyterian.
E. T. Folts is making strawberry-
crates and will finish March 20.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sherman have
returned from Los Angeles and San
Diego. Mr. Sherman says he was all
around but Hood River Is "the best
place he ever saw."
Miss Nell Shelley Is expected home
from Forst Grove this week.
Mrs. Bryed spent two days in Hood
River last week on account of the dan
gerous Illness of her granddaughter
Some children are still quarantined
he will soon recover.
Mrs. James Wilson has had a very
serious time wttli a sick child.
Richard Wulter has recovered from
a dangerous attack of bronchltes.
Rev. Troy Shelley preached on the
meaning of Baptism last Sunday mor
ning. Everyone will sympathize with the
Route, one people In being temporar
ily deprived of this most efficient
mail carrier. Mr. Nelson baa been
very 111 and confined to bis bed and
was Just netting up Sunday. We bope
be will bocu recover.
Mm. Will Ehrlt'a youngest child baa
been Quite 111.
M. I). Odell led the Endeavor and
Rev. Hargreavea preacbed on "The
New View of Country Life." He will
preach next Sunday night on "Con
version" from a psychological stand
point. Endeavor lesson next Sunday on
Jerome Wells returned from Beaver
ton last Wednesday.
Mrs. Vannier, who has spent the
past two weeks visiting relatives in
Portland, returned home lastTburs
day. The W. T. C. U. will meet at the
home of Mrs. J E Andrews on Thurs
day afternoon, March 6.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McCully are
visiting in Eastern Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Mark returned
from a two-weeks visit In British Col
umbia last Friday.
Fred Hennigan and family of Moro
are visiting bis sister, Mrs. J. John
son. Walter Wood spent Sunday visiting
an old friend from Texas who la in
the employ of the Northwestern Elec
tric Company at the White Salmon
Mrs. Krussow and son Oscar left
for Portland Friday to be at the bed
side of Mr. Krussow, who is in the
hospital at that place and is reported
to be not doing very well.
It Is with deep regret that we have
to chronicle the fact that F. Clark and
family have moved from our neighbor
hood. They have lived in Pine Grove
for a number of years and have many
friend who will miss them. Miss
Alene is organist of both the Sunday
School and the Sunflower Class and
is one of the most popular young ladies
of the community, hence will be great
ly missed by the young people. The
best wishes of the entire neighbor
hood goes with them to their new
The school entertainment that was
to be given Friday evening has been
postponed until some future date.
The play by the Grangers is to be
given in the Pine Grove Grange Hall
Friday evening, March 14. Particu
lars next week.
Monday evening the ventroliquist
and impersonator. Miss Bonner, gave
an entertainment at the Grange Hall,
while Tuesday evening Rev. J. R. Har
greaves gave a lecture on "The New-
Mew or country L,ue. at the same
Dr. E. J. Bulgin, the revivalist, who
has been holding meetings in Hood
River for some time past, will preach
to the Pine Grove people at our church
Sunday morning. All are invited to
attend the meeting.
The Sunflower Class gave a fare
well party for Miss Alene Clark Fri
day evening. A very pleasant evening
was anjoyed by all, the only damper
being in the sadness of the thought
that it was a farewell to one of the
members of the class.
Calling for Bids for Divisions 2 and 5
of the General Water System of
the Hood River City.
Notice is herby given that pursuant
to a resolution of the Common Council
duly and regularly adopted on the
17th day of February, 1S13, the under
signed.City Recorder, will receive seal
ed proposals for the construction as
well as for furnishing necessary labor
and material for Divisions 2 and 5, of
the General Water system of the City
of Hood River, at his othce in said
city of Hood River up to and including
eight o'clock p. m., March 10th, ls13.
Said improvement will be let in two
contracts, each division separately.
and bids shall be made separately for
each division, the city reserving the
right to reject any and all bids. Each
proposal must be accompanied by
certified check in favor of the City
of Hood River in a sum at least five
per cent of the amount of the bid to
be furnished in the City of Hood River
as liquidated damages in case the suc
cessful bidder fails to enter into said
contract awarded him, and shall fur
nish bond of at least twenty-five per
cent of the estimated cost of the im
provement to be approved by the Com
mon Council, which bond shall be fur
nished within ten days alter awarding
said contract to such bidder by the
city. Complete plans and specifica
tions are on file in the otllce of the
City Recorder governing said improve
ment and may be seen there and ex
amined by interested parties. Full and
complete copies of the same will be
furnished to prospective bidders upon
deposit of Jo.uo to insure return of
same to the city after the letting of
the contract. All labor and material
shall in all respects be done and fur
nished in accordance with said plans
Each of such contracts for the
construction of each of said divisions
of said Water System will be required
to be completed on or before June 1st.
li13. All proposals will bo opened
and considered by the Council at the
Council Chambers in the City of Hood
River, at the hour of eight o clock p.
m., .March lot 11. isi..
This notice is publisiied In three suc
cessive issues in the Hood River
News, a newspaper of general circula
tion in the City of Hood River, begin
ning with the issue of February lvth.
11. U HOWE.
8 loc City Recorder.
Most time to plant gardens.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Hood River County.
Gilford D. Wcodworth.and Rose Wood
worth, PlaintLfs' vs. Hose E. Hotch-
msa, manaara urcnara company, a
corporation, Anson W. Stone, Defend
To Rose E. Hotchkiss, Defendant:
In the name of the State of Oregon:
You are hereby required to appear and
answer tne complaint filed against you
in the above entitled suit on or before
the last day of six consecutive weeks
from the date of the first publication
of this summons, and If you fail so to
answer, for want thereof, the plaintiffs
herein will take a decree against you
for the sale of the hereinafter describ
ed real property siUated in Hood Riv
er county,Oregon,for the foreclosure of
that certain mortgage thereon, dated
November 22nd, lauii, made and exe
cuted by defendant, Standard Orchard
Company, a corporation to the above
named plaintiffs to secure the sum of
Seven Thousand Dollars ($7000,00),
and interest, which said mortgage was
duly filed in the office of the County
Clerk of said Hood River County, Ore
gon, on January 18th, 1910, at 9 o clock
a. m. and recorded in Book 3 of Mort
gages on pages 527-8 and 9, pursuant
to default made in the payment of in
terest secured by said mortgage and
all as follows, to-wit:
1. For Judgment against the said
defendant Standard Orchard Company
tor the sum of Two Hundred and Five
and 53-100 Dollars ($205.53), together
with interest thereon from Jan. 2nd,
1913, and for the further sum of One
Hundred Twenty Five Dollars ($125.-
00), as and for attorney's fees, togeth
er with plaintiff's costs and disburse
2. For the usual decree for the fore
closure of said mortgage and for the
sale of the following described real
property, situated in the County of
Hood River and State of Oregon, to
All that part of the Northeast
quarter (N. E. 14 ) of Section
Twenty-nine (29), in Township
One (1) North, Range Ten (10)
East of Willamette Meridian, ly
ing west of the right of way of
the Mount Hood Railroad Com
pany, and containing about 80
acres, according to the United
States Government Surveys there
of, by the Sheriff of Hood River County,
Oregon, according to law and the prac
tice of this court; that said sums afore
said be made a specific and subsisting
lien upon the said real property, at
taching as of November 22nd, 1909,
and prior and superior to any claim.
right, title or interest of any or all of
the above named defendants, or any
or all persons claiming under, by or
thru them or any of them; that the
said real property be sold as afore
said, to pay the said sum of Two Hun
dred and Five and 53-100 Dollars
($205.53), together with interest there
on, the said sum of One Hundred
Twenty-five Dollars ($125.00) as and
for attorney's fees and plaintiff's said
costs and disbursements, herein; that
upon the said sale, Sheriff pay the
proceeds to the County Clerk of said
Hood River County, and the said
County Clerk apply the proceeds as
by law provided; that said de
fendants and each of them and
all persons claiming by, through
or under them and each of them I
be forever barred and foreclosed of
and from all equity of redemption from
said sale and in and to said real prop
erty as by law provided; that said
plaintiffs be entitled to become a pur
chaser at said sale, and that upon such
sale the purchaser be entitled to enter
into possession of said real property
and hold the same as by law provided;
and that plaintiffs be entitled to have
the said sale of real property confirm
ed by the above named court. That
plaintiffs may have such other and
further relief as to the court may seem
just and equitable in the premises.
i ou are hereby served by publica
tion of this summons by virtue of an
order of the Hon. W. L. Bradshaw,
Judge of the Circuit Court of Hood
River County, Oregon, duly made,
granted and dated on the 18th day of
January, li13, for the service of this
summons upon you by the publication
thereof and in accordance therewith,
and which order prescribes that the
time for publication shall be for six
consecutive weeks, and the 22nd day
of January, 1913, as the date of the
first publication of this summons, and
you are hereby further notified that
said date is and will be the date of
the first publication of this summons.
Dated January 18th, 1913.
L. A. & A. P. REED,
Attorneys for Plaintiffs,
4-10 Hood River, Oregon.
Mutual Insurance at 60 Per Ont of OKI Line
Kate. Fir Insurance on BuiMinjrs in
Couhm? of Construction, Kree.
NOTARY PI HI IC UN THK NKlnHT
Kent & Garrabrant
Spaulding's Sporting Goods
All Kinds of Soft Drinks
Oak Street, oppoaita Smith Block. Hood River
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ARE YOU PARTICULAR?
That's why our Chicks and Ducklings
are In such demand.
They Live! They Grow! They Pay!
HOOD RIVER POULTRY YARDS
J. I. NICKELSEN, Proprietor
See Poultry Tards it Frinkton. Phone 5929
J. C. John
Where the Best
MAY and OATS
Rolled Barley, Bran, Shorts
Fourth Street between Oak and Stat
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