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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1913
In the Circuit Court of the State of.
Oregon for Hood River County.
Mary Ktggs Ries. Plaintiff,
Hertholu Wuth. Anne K. Wuth, J.
Adrian Epping, William Edward
Vuughan, Jane Doe Vaughan, lsa
bi 11 Elder, Robert Elder, A. W.
Morey and Jaue lie Morey, De
fendant. To Herihold Wuth, Anne R. Wuth,
William Kdward Vaughan, Jane Doe
Vaughan. Isabell Elder, Robert Elder,
A. W. Morey and Jane Doe Morey,
defendant, and each of them:
IN THE NAME OK THE STATE
(IK OREGON: You are hereby re
quired to appear and answer the
complaint filed against you in the
above entitle! suit on or before the
lust 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 plain
tiff herein will take a decree against
you for the sale of the hereinafter
described real property suituated In
Hood River County, Oregon,, for the
foreclosure of that certain mortgage
thereon, dated August 25th, 1909, made
and executed by defendant Berth
old Wuth and Anne R. Wuth, to the
above named plaintiff to secure the
sum of Fifteen Hundred Dollars ($1
5u0) and interest, which said mort
gage was duly filed in the office of the
county clerk of said Hood River
County, Oregon, on September 29th,
1909, at 4-45 o'clock p. m. and re
corded in Book 3 of mortgages on
page 153, pursuant to default made
In the payment of principal and in
terest secured by said mortgage and
all as follows, to-wit:
1. For judgment against the said
defendant Berthold Wuth and Anne
R. Wuth and each of them for the
sum of Fifteen Hundred Dollars,
($1500.00), together with interest
thereon from August 25th, 1912, and
for the further sum of One Hundred
Fifty Dollars (150.00) as and for at
torney's fees, together with plaintiff's
osts and disbursements herein.
2. For the usual decree for the
foreclosure of said mortgage and for
the sale of the following described
real property, situated In the County
of Hood River and State of Oregon,
Beginning at the south-east corner
of lot numbered Thirteen (13) in
Section Three (3) in Township One
North, of Range Ten East of Wil
lamette Meridian, thence north
along the east line of said lot 13
20.61 chains more or less to the
northeast corner of said lot 13,
thence west along the north line of
said lot 13, 11.68 chains, thence
south parallel with said east line of
lot!3, 20.50 chains more or less to
the south line of said lot 13, thence
east along the said south line, 11.68
chains to the plase of beginning
being the east 24 acres of lot 13,
Section Three.Township One North,
Range Ten East W. M. according
to the United States Government
by the Sheriff of Hood River County,
Oregon, according to law and the
practice of this Court; that (he said
sums due plaintiff as aforesaid be
made a specific and subsisting lien
upon the said real property, attach
lng as of August 25th, 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 per
sona claiming under, by, or through
them or any of them; that said real
property be sold as aforesaid to pay
said sura of $1500.00, together with
said interest thereon, said sum of
$150.00 as and for attorneys's fees,
and plaintiff's costs and disburse
ments herein, and that upon such
sale, the Sheriff pay the proceeds to
the County Clerk of Hood River
County, and that said County Clerk
apply the proceeds as by law pro
vided; that said defendants and each
of them, and all persons claiming by.
through or under them or each of
them, be forever barred and fore
closed of and from all egulty of re
demption from said sale, or in and
to said real property as provided by
law and as aforesaid; and that said
plaintiff 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 the plaintiff
be entitled to have raid sale of said
real property confirmed by said Court.
3. That said Court adjudge and de
cree plaintiff's said mortgage and the
lien thereof to be prior and superior
to the mortgage of said defend
ant Epplng, and the lien thereof, and
adjudge and decree the same to be a
prior and superior lien upon the above
described real property.
4. That plaintiff may have such
other and further relief as to the
Court may seem JUBt and equitable In
You are hereby served by publica
tion of this summons by virtue of
an order of the Hon. G. R. Castner,
Judge of the County Court of Hood
River County, Oregon, duly made,
granted and dated on (he 7th day of
May, 1813, for the service of this sum
minis upon you by the publication
(hereof and In accordance therewith,
and wb Icli order prescribes tbat the
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If you think you cannot be fitted in
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We have some extra big values in
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We have, a Big Assortment of Lad
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Black Leather, Silk and Wash Belts
in Values up to 50 cents ehch. The
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$5,50 TO S8.00
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AN UNLIMITED SHOWING of New
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Some have Irish Point or Lace Yoke,
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Sunday School was held at the M.
E. Church as usual and Epworth Lea
gue at 8 p. m. Superintendent Perry
is expected soon, possibly next Sun
day, but definite notices could not be
Rev. Troy Shelley preached at the
l'nion Church on "Death and Life are
In the Power of the Tongue." There
was a fine congregation, notwithstand
ing the great heat. It wa8 a sermon
:o be practised this week and longer.
Mrs. Talmage and Hope Shelley
came out on the train to Mrs. Will
Kemp's and after church spent the
rest of the day at the old homestead,
as did Mrs. Bewerman, R. Lewi8 and
family and J. M. Shelley.
Mrs. Lucy Dimmlck was at church
Sunday night to greet many old
friends. She has been at Mt. Hood
and will finish her visit here thi
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gillette have
come from Idaho and are at Will
Kemp's. Mrs. Gillette has Buffered
from serious heart trouble "in Rupert
and comes here to recover her health
She was formerly Miss Margery Croc
Mrs. A. L. Clark and daughter
Edena, are visiting in Portland and
her mother is keeping house for Mr
O. H. Rhoades, ex-county commis
sioner. is superintending the construc
tion of a new bridge at Winans. He is
peculiarly fitted for the task as th.
bridge is of wood and he learned the
trade of his father, L. S. Rhoades
who in his time was a most successful
builder of wooden bridges.
E. E. Gould ha9 Just finished paint
ing the Rhoades home. It presents a
fine appearance. Elly Gould also did
a splendid freewill job when he var
nished all the pews In the Union
Church, following which some of the
Guild ladies recently gave an old
fashioned cleaning Sunday.
Rev. J. R. Ilargreaveg preached to
a large congregation Sunday night
time for publication shall be for six
consecutive weeks, and the 14th day
of May, 1&13, 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 May luth, 1913.
!,. A. & A. P. REED,
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
2u 'If, Hood River, Oregon.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
r. S. LAND OFFICE at The Dalles,
Oregon, May 24th, li13.
Notice is hereby given tbat Davis A
Harvey of Parkdale, Oregon, v.ho, on
June r,tli, lMt,, and July 25th, 1S11.
made Homes'ead So. 10O4' Serial No
4 4 1 Kelt;, for K'lfSH1;. Sec. 31 and
W'iSW'i. Sec. Vl. Township 1 South.
Range l' East .Willamette Meridian
ha filed notice of Intention to make
Final Five V;ir Proof, to establish
claira to the land above described, be
fore the Register ::ik1 Receiver of the
I'. S. Land OfiVe ;, The Dalles, Ore
gun, on the f.rh day of July, 1S13.
Claimant naires as witnesses:
J. (). llanniiiii. F. L. Rosebrough, I
B Thomas ,A J. Ttn'tes, all of Park-
C. W. MOORE,
at the l'nion Church on 'The Mes
sianic Hope." Preaching service now
begins at 8 o'clock. However, thi
Central Committee of Federation goes
to Mosier next Sunday. The Guild
meets at Mrs. Boyed's Thursday.
Mrs. Guy Smith and Mrs James Eg-
gert have returned from their valley
Ruth Young and a sweet-voiced
girl whose name we did not learn sang
a duet very sweetly at the church Sun
Miss Nola Mapes and Martha Fer.
guson went to Portland Monday to
spend a month visiting relatives there
and in Vancouver. Miss Mapes was
also to be bridesmaid at the wedding
of a Hawthorne cousin. Probably
o;her members of the family will also
attend the wedding, which take place
Wednesday. Almont Ferguson left on
Monday with Rev. Charles E. Phipps
for an extended trip through Europe,
more extended mention of which is
contained in the local columns.
J. M. Shelley's house was damaged
by fire Monday morning. Just as
breakfast was over and while Baby
Rachel was still sleeping in the grove
to which they had moved their beds
on account of the heat Mrs Shelley
said that she heard something burn
ing. When they looked at the house
smoke was pouring out of the roof.
A phone call brought Roy Krohn. To
gether tliey got water mounted a lad
der to the roof, smashed a hole into
it and poured in the water. The smoke
was by that time so dense that they
could not go upstairs on the inside
Mrs. Ben Krolin and Mrs. Shelley
formed a bucket brigade and James
Taylor, Ross Slutz, Ben Krolin and
Bernliard and Rialto Meyers, with
Roy and Jolly, poured water, taken
from a nearby well, between the roof
and upstairs ceiling and finally con
quered the fire. The roof is burned
off, except at the ends. The damage
to the house downstairs is from the
wafer, which soaked the papered ceil
ing. Rachel helped by keeping still
through it all. Anyone seeing tin
lire would have marveled that Jolly
and wifn did not lose everything in the
house. That they did not is due to
heir kind neighbors.
Rev. Mr. Carson of Pine Grove will
hold services at the M. E. church Sun
Twenty-five members of Hazel Re.
bekah Iodge of Odell wer edelight
fully entertained Monday evening by
l.aun-l Rebekah Lodge of Hood River
Annie Hale of Odell and Opal Fisher
of Pine Grove spent last Monday with
the Al;sher girls.
John Hale and Miss Clara Absher
were united in marriage Wednesday.
May 28, by Rev. Carson of Pine Grove.
After their marriage the happy couple
went to Portland to spend a few days
Mr. and Mrs .P .Clancy are having
an addition built onto their bungalow.
Miss Elsine Wells was at Fir last
Visitors to Hood River this week
were Mrs. H. F. Barrett .Miss Margaret
Barrett, Mrs. G. T. Absher, G. T. Ab
sher, Irma and Inez Absher.
Charlie Sutherlln had a fine calf
die last week. They also turned a
year-old heifer Into pasture some time
ago, but never saw any more of It,
whether It died or got out of pasture
they don't know.
Irma Absher was a visitor of Mar
garet Barrett Sunday.
Harry Clancy of Portland and a
friend of his were up to visit with his
mother over Saturday and Sunday.
Henry Lage was a Portland visitor
Miss Flora Lewi9 left for her old
home in Fargo, N. 1)., last Friday.
Miss Anna Godbersen left for her
home in Mosier last Wednesday.
The W. C. T. V. will meet at Hi.
home of Mrs. J. G. Jarvig next Thurs
The Misses Grace and Evelyn Turn
ey left for their home in Wisconsin
last Monday night to spend the sum
mer with their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Hill, Mr. and
Mrs. George Smith and Miss Ruth Hill
spent the week end at Trout Lake
Mrs. Mack Bird was taken to the
Cottage Hospital last Friday and oper
ated on for appendicitis. Last report
was that she wag doing nicely.
"Miss Alene Clark, who has been
with her aunt, Mrs. Slade, for some
time, was able to be taken home las',
Mr. and Mrs. Frnk Corey of White
Salmon were visitors in Pine Grove
Riddell I-age spent last week in
Hood River visiting at the home of
Mrs. Hermina Kellar and nephew,
August Kellar, came up from Port
land Sunday and spent the day.
Children's Day will be observed by
our Sunday School next Sunday morn
ing. A program will be given to which
everyone IB invited to attend.
Ben I-age and family made the trip
to Parkdale Sunday.
Boyd Jenkins spent last Friday with
relatives in Pine Grove.
Misses Paula Kellar and Elsa Von
Goerres left Saturday for Portland
where they expect to spend the sum
A wedding which took place at the
parsonage last Wednesday, the most
interested aprties being John Hale
and Miss Clara Absher, came a a sur
prise to many of their friends, who,
however, w ish I hem the greatest of
joy and happim :-s. The happy cuople
left on the aft rnoon (rain for Port
land. The Aola Club met with Mrs. Henry
Hill on Willow Flat last Wednesday
on an all-day picnic. Everyone had a
picnic In the true sense of the word.
Mr. and Mrs Collard of Portland
were visiting l,i re over the week end.
We are sorry to report that J. E.
Andrews is on the sick list. We wish
him a speedy recovery.
Tin- Ladies' Aid will meet, next Fri
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Blackman. A picnic dinner will be
served on the lawn and the afternoon
spent in quilting. All members are re
quested to be present.
Mrs. George Friday and child left
for Eastern points to visit relatives
William New nian Is seriously HI
with typhoid fever and Is a patient at
Hie cottage Hospital.
Those who crossed (he river Friday
to be present at the Tennis Club Finals
in Hood River were Mr. and Mrs. II
M. Greiner, Miss Rachel Brooks and
Our road supervisor for District No.
',ua has been making some big Im
provements on the road north of the
Ray Meggs has taken a trip to Car
The Heights Music Study Club were
entertained by Mrs. C. M. Vinton Sat
urday evening. Two English compos
ers were the study of the evening,
namely: Dr. Artie and Henry Purcell.
I Members of the I'tili Dulce Club met
at the residence of Mrs. H. W. Hamlin
Friday afternoon, May 3uth.
Strawberry growers here are busy
picking and shipping a big crop.
The contract has been let for a mod
ern six-room residence to be built at
the Highland Apple Company's orch
ards, for Roy Ballard of Seattle, one
of the owners.
C .B. Arisman was in Hood River
G. L. Kirkpatrick was here from
Hood River recently looking after the
strawberries on his place.
E. M. Cummins is busy planting
The Columbia River has been Btead
Ily rising the last few days; covering
the Northwestern Electric Company's
II. F. Stickney was in Hood River
the early part of the week.
Miss Jessie Goddard of Portland
spent the week end here wi;h her
brother, C. E. Goddard.
Mr. and Mrs. Win .M. Rafter motor
id over from Whke Salmon Sunday,
May 25 ,and spent the day with Mrs.
Rafter's mother, Mrs. S. E .V. Weber.
Miss Rutli Cooper was visiting in
H oil River several days last week.
Hood River to make his home. The
sale was made by G. S. Smith & Co.
of Portland, and the consideration
IHcunt Heoci Raifroacl
STRANAHAN & CLARKE MOVE !
Straiiahan & Clarke have moved in- j
to their new warehouse on Railroad i
street, west of the l'nion and are now I
filling all orders there. ;
MONEY TO LOAN
SBmo, juiiiio, or $30110 to loan on
improved Income bearing orchard.
ROBERTS & SIMMS. 22tfc
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UPPER VALLEY NOTES
pMhJ-x Dain Pull Power
mfim Hay Press
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Lou Tomlinso" the I'pper Valley'?
very able road supervisor, has moved
his men to China Hill where he Is put
ting In a fill. All the principal roads
around Parkdale have been greatly
improved since Mr. Tomlinson began
his work In the early spring.
Among those who went to Hood
River for the baseball game between
the Heights and Hood River town
teams on Friday were Eric Gordon,
Harry Rood, Rea Koontz and Pearl
Perkins. They started for home with
C. A. Clark in his machine but a ser
lous accident happened to the car on
the way and they were obliged to wait
for passing teams to take them back
to Hood River. They returned Sat
urday on the train.
Walter Gregory of Sunny-side Ranch
went to Portland Friday to attend to
Important personal affairs.
The Ladies' Auxiliary met Wednes
day afternoon with Mrs. C. C. Walton'
Besides sewing, the ladies held a busi
ness meeting at which they decided
to have an Ice cream stand during the
Chautauqua. Mrs. Belieu (lsla Rood)
of St. Johns assisted Mrs. Walton In
receiving her guests.
Mr and Mrs. John Cooper went to
Portland Sunday to be present at the
weddings of Mr. Cooper's sisters, tho
Misses Elizabeth and Harriet Cooper. 1
Mrs. John Dimmlck of Starbuck waH
visiting with relatives In the I'pper
Valley during the past. week.
Miss Marie Euwer and cousin re
turned home the first of last week
Her mother Is expected later.
Mr, Mcintosh lost a cow- last week.
It had been sick about lo days.
Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Babson
took a number of their neighbors out
for a picnic on the East Fork.
Eugene Euwer has another 10 acres
cleared and planted to trees.
Quite a number from the I'pper Val
ley attended the massn ting of fruit
growers held at. Hood Itlver Saturday.
L. J. Johnson recently sold his ranch
pre perty m ar Dee t . clover of
Tillamook. Mr. Johnson took In ex
change a large dairy ranch stock. In
cluding a nice herd of dan; rows,
bringing an Income of $:iuo per tiionth.
Mr. Glover contemplates coming to
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