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THE HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY. AUGUST 22, 1907
COME TO STAY
The automobile ii apparently fl
tare in Hood River, tew towm on
the coast the size ut this can boit of
ine metropolitan signt ot Ave can on
lueir sweets, cbe fierce Great Ar
row, which makes daily tilpa to Cloud
lap inn so successfully, demoostrat
ed mat tbe bill around Hood Kiver
were uo biudranoe whatever to tbe
ae or tbe or. At all time ot tbe
day tne cars oao be aeea traveling a
uu uuwa iu diiii who toe tame
ease mey travel oo a level road.
Mr. Ueseliog, with bla Heo, and Dr,
lonea who Die uiusmooiie. ana Ulai
ence Gilbert, with bit Cadillac, are
DecomiaK eniiisuiasno aatomobllists.
ioe matter of frigbtened boraet
gradually adjusting Itaelf, aa tbe
. greatest care ig exeroiied by tbe"abo
run", and ai; are more than willino
to give all the road to any one whose
boraet tueoi at all frigbteond. There
bat been no accident reported at a te
suit or meeting an auto lor tome
time. I tie badly tilgbtened borae it
toe exception, rather than tbe role
In coiiterfatiou with Clarence Oil
bort, who U an enthusiastic Cad ill
owuer, lie any a: "1 bought tbe Cadil
lao, attar thoroughly investigating
number of cart, with tbe object of
putting it on tbe "sight seeing" irip
urouuu me vmiey, ueuenug that If it
paid its owu expenses, tbe gain would
come in the advertising ol tbo town
and country. Numerous people oome
into the city every day who want to
tee tbe valley, but only bave a few
hours to spare. Naturally, they wan
ar prounu our streets, ana leave on
the next train, without tbe least idea
of what we bave here that justifies
our reputation. The past ten days
uas pioven mac me -signt teeing'
inp is a oig nit even our looal peo
pie are glad of a chance to seethe vat
ley fioui tbe oar, and are giving tbe
oai meir joyai support.
"As for the car its?lf, i is a Cadil
lao, of tbe aiugle oylinder type, ten
Dorae power, wnico is a veiy oonser
vatire estimate, aud is known n tbe
automobile world as "Cadillac, Model
Ai." rnia is the nret car wblcb every
made the trio to Cloud Cbd inn. and
as various cars bave tried from time
to time, unsuccessfully, to reach the
inn, it only proves that what the male
era claim tot it is not exaggerated.
It is only a questiou of a short
time, whe'i eveiy farmer who can own
a horse can alford to own an automo
bile. Tbe convenience and ease with
which any trip can be made, as well
as the time saved, is no small object
Many believe an auto is a complicated
affair, wbiob can be bandied only by
an expert. The last few years has
made many wooderful improvements
iu oats, aud tbe ease with which they
can oe candied, is realty surprising.
'two bouis spent with a person of av
erage intelligence, and they can take
tuo oar where they please. (Jf course,
experience in Dandling oomes tv act
ual use, same as anything else, and in-
Bide or a ween au amateur will aur
prise himself. To my knowledge tbe
Cadillno it the simplest, and at 'be
same time tbe most powerful machine
nil t.hn marlrat If la Inavnatiulnn n a
the car will run 15 miles on a single
gallon of gasoline, as was proven by
11. M. Covey, of Portland, when be
won the endurance contest, from
Portland to Salem, which was held
early this month. It was tbe Single
Cylinder I adillao which lirst demon
strated that a thoroughly serviceable,
dependable and economical motor
car was a rossibilitv.
Before tbe advent of tbe Cadillac,
me motor car was looked upon gener
ally as a complicated, bothersome ma-
ohine possessing little piaotioal value.
but tbe Single Cylinder Cadillao
marked the beginning ot a new era in
automobile construction. It proved
that tbe truly meiltorlous oar was a
met and vot merely a theory, it was
so far in advance of anything that bad
been produced, and Its efficiency and
oababilities commanded such wide
spread recognition that in less than
two years from tbe beginning of its
manufuctuie the output of tbe Cadil
Iho was the second largest, and tbe
third year found its production the
largest, iu America, and during tbe
past two years tbe output ot Single
Cylinder Capillars has exceeded tbe
combined volume of any three models
ot any makes.
It is a most significant fact that tbe
Single Cylinder Cadillac is tbe only
automobile in Amerioa, if Dot in tbe
world, which can truly be accredited
with having suoessfully withstood tbe
leal of tlve successive seasons, wbicb
has been made in continually increas
ing quantities each succeeding year,
aud which gives promise of continu
ing to be made for many years to
There has, during tbe past year,
boon a wondeiful awakening to the
fiii't, which is uow generaily conced
ed, that in moderate prioed oars tbe
single cyinder type that has truly
made iood iu every sense of tbe word,
and the position of tbe Cadillao in
thut class is so preeminent that it is
not even a subject for argument.
There are, on tbe otbei band, scores
of cars wbicb bave oome and gone
sinoe tbe Brat Cadillac wat built.
Many of these are now only a memo
ry. Tbe factory in which Cadillao cart
are built is tbe largest, the most com
plete, the best equipped and the most
thoroughly organized plant in tbe
world devoted exclusively to tbe pro
ductioD of high grade motor cars. It
is replete with the most modern and
accurate labor saving machinery
whioh can be procured. It it this sit
uation wbicb enables tbe Cadillao
company to produce mo or cars wbiob
can be sold to the purchasers at less
than it would actually oost most mak
ers to build them.
Tbe seoret of Cadillao success It not
attributable exclusively to anyone in
dividual feature but to the combina
tion ot skillful design, careful and in
telligent seleotion of material and
painstaking execution of every min
In its entire design, special atten
tion has been devoted to tbe import
ance of ready accessibility of all parts
which may require attsntion, and tbe
mechanical construction in general la
so simple that a comprehensive un
derstanding of tbe principles embod
ied may easily be acquired, enabling
tbe possessor to take care of the car
himself, if be desires to do so, and
ave tbe necessity ot incuriinif an ex
pense for maintaining it in satisfau
tory running condition.
When you buy a Cadillao, you ob
tain the produot ot an establishment
that is permanent and from wbiob
yon will be able to obtain parts for
replacing those which may become
worn by long and continued service
or damaged by MCcident, and not be
obliged to either discard your oar be
cause of inability to procure some Im
portant part, or to bave aucb part
made especially at heavy expense.
A general feature characteristic of
the Cadillac, tbe value of wbiob will
immediate!!? impress itself upon tbe
carteul buyer, is tbe provision made
for adjustment of wearies iiirfan
tbeieby obviating tbe oeoeaaity from
frequent renewals of part subject to
, uiuao single cylinder eait
enjoy to reputation, among those
wno oy ineir experience are qualified
to judge, of being tbe most economi
cal to operate, and tbe leatt expen
sive to maintain. Tbe low coat of
maintenance la attributable, in no
man measure, to tbe comparatively
low prioea on Darts.
There are many records of tbse oart
woicn nave been run an entiie season
wiiuoui me neoeaaaiy outlay of a sin
gle dollar for teptlrt or foi operating,
beyond tbe cost ot gasoline and oil.
so. I many mora where the expenses
uav neen merely nominal.
Single Cylinder Cadillacs bave ao
oompnaned hundreds of remarkable
penoimanoea In the banda or their
owners, proving their superiority in
many wave over cars rated at from
two to four timet their power and
selling at from 50 to 500 per eent
It It not claimed for tbe Single Cyl
Inder Cadillac that it will equal tbe
speed ot tbe highest powered cars en
smooth, level roads, but it baa proven
timet almost without number on tbe
long, bard, tedious run, over bill and
through valley, through tand aud
mud, and over roads as they are com
monly round, tbat the thorough de
pendablllty of the machine and its
bull dog pertistencv enable it to f.
quently bead tbe piooessloo at tbe
close ot tbe day's tun.
&very day adds to its prestige and
every day more foroibly proves tbat
tbe Single Cvliuder Cadillan la th.
ideal oar tor those who desire a motor
vehicle wbiob will afford tbe maxi
mum of pleasure with the minimum
of expense, the car whlob affords all
there la in motoring except tbe trou-
Tbey are capable ot meetlns everv
reasonable requirement. I hey can be
relied upon for service everv dav in
the year. They will climb any bill
tbat any automobile will travel Tbey
will travel aa fast aa anybody ougbt to
ride. Tbey offer more actual value fnr
every dollar invested than any auto
mobile ever produced."
Pineulet are for the Kidneva ami
Bladder. Thev brina- ouick relief to
backache, rheumatism, lumbago, tired
worn out feeling. Thev produce natn.
ral action of the kidneys. 30 days treat
ment $1.00. Money refunded if Pine
ules are not satisfactorv. Sold hv Keir
Letter from Koswell Shelley.
Carson, Wash., Aug. 19, 1907.
Editor Glacier. Ud at 5 n'nlnr-lt
tbia morning, throush wooded lam-c
and across country to tbe village of
Carson, inhaling tbe pure mountain
air, passing modest cottages with sun
nowtM nodding to tbe sun and the
brealj of clover field, was our exbil
I be mineral springs oomoanv have
been on the ground for three veara
and bave through oourteoua dealings
and amootb management built up a
nne patronage. Wife and I came here
last Friday for one week's stay. Sat
urday tbete were 181 guests and this
morning 183. Tbe Sbipberd brothers
nave a ten years' lease on tbe grounds
paying therefor 1100 per month, and
bave already spent $51,000. A year
ago tbey puro based a one-third inter
est, giving them entire control, pay
ing 113,250, sinoe which time tbey
have made valuable improvements.
Tbe botwater is pumped 886 fest to
tbe bath homes, wbiob are invaluable
to the guests. There is also a strong
spring of magnesia water coming to
the hotel by gravity system, wbiob is
pure and cold and lalen with medical
properties. There is a bowline: i Dev.
dance ball,, barber shop, boot black
stand, news and fiuit stand and tbe
regulation bar attaobed to tbe ball, as
well as a store wbete staple goods are
furnished tbe campers, of which there
la a large number, at moderate prices.
j.ne guests are made up largely ot
Portland people. Tbe hotel has its
own dairy ranob and meat wagon, al
so wagonette and baggage wagon.
which transfer! tbe people to and
from tbe river, distance of about
2 miles. The altitude here is about
1000 feet above tbe tea. Wind river.
pui mouBtain stream, winds
through tbe rock ribbed mountains,
about 900 feet below the hotel. Tbe
conditions here are delightful, ren
dering it a charming spot for such as
are tired either in mind or body.
Tbeie It a restful condition eveiy-
wbere manifest and with the free use
of tbe baths and tbe drinking of the
water benefits physically are sure to
On tbe whole I consider this a most
delightful inviting plaoe for a Bum
mer outing and on account of its
close proximity to Hood Kiver. I
wonder wby some of our neighbors
re not here. We are the only Hood
River people here at this writing. We
will return home Saturday much im
proved and then expect to take up
our work in earnest and it possible
render some tervioe in develooing
Hood River valley, from our view
point tbe very best little valley on
earth. Roswell Shelley..
"We never repent of eating too little,"
as one of the ten rules of life of
Thomas Jefferson, president of the
United States, and tbe rule applies to
everyone without exception during this
hot weather, because it is bard for food,
even in small quantities, to be digested
hen the blood is at high temperature.
At this season we should eat sparingly
and properly. We should also help the
stomach as much as possible by the use
of a little Kodol For Indigestion and
Dyspepsia, which will rest the stomach
by digesting the food itself. Sold by
Keir s cess.
Advertised Letter List.
Advertised letter list for week end-
ng Angus. l'J. uatcoeuer.
Ethel; liankee, Mabel; Chamberlain,
Nellie; Uogaa. Mra. ; Jones, Mrs.
be: Jones, liouiee; Jobnson, Ualiie;
Marsh, Kate; Martin, Callie; Olson,
Emma; Barnbill, Bert; Beaty, Thorn;
Branard, Cbas. ; Brown, f rank r ;
Calkins, C. ; Carr, Bruoe L. ; Col-
bmg, A.; Creson, Roy; Crosby, A.
E. ; Uouthat, r . 1 . ; Uggert, f . ; fain,
Kred: Fraser, Peter R. (3): Ham-
in :nd, W. O. ; Ilobberl, W. D. ; Kake,
U. s : Kalmu. jj : Lieaon. Cbas. . ;
McAllister, Rev. J. J. ; McKay, D. ;
Vlibas, Jas. ; Osborn, C. ri. ; Phelps,
A.; Maunder, Lewis; Smith, ti.
H. ; Snyder, J. C. ; Snyder, H. T. ;
1'errel. Cbas. : lblelsnn, tl. B. ; lbor-
too, Edwaid; Tufta, Sevmour; I'nlee,
Sampson; Williamson, Oscar; Yandle,
Jack C. ; Zempke, M. (Jap).
wm. n. lates, f. M.
Remedy for Diarrhoea, Never Known
I want to say a few words for Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. I bave used this preparation
n mv family lor the past nve years and
have recommended it to a number
people in York county and have never
known it to tan to enect a cure in any
instance. I feel that I can not say too
much for the best remedy of the kind in
the world." 8. Jemison, Spring Grove,
York County, Pa. This remedy is for
sale by Keir A Cass.
There are all
Good tea bad tea
The choice of flavor
it a nutter of taste.
J. A. Folger SL Co.
Gems and Jewelry
ia ar - . i-Bw... r r .
Of every kind and character we are now offering
for the personal adornment of either sex. Neck
laces, Pins, Brooches, Combs, Watches, Ear
Drops, and a variety of Gem Kings of exquisite
fashioning. All the highest grade and most
The Expert Jeweler and Optician
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Hunts Paint & Wall Paper
Have added a completeline
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Our stock of paper includes
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molding, Picture rail, Plate rail and n small line of
novelties in Framed Pictures. CALCIMO, the .
latest thing in room tinting, mixed to order.
Painting, Paper hanging, Sign work etc.
Phone G71. First and Oak Streets.
College of Liberal Arts.
COURSKS-Classical A. B.
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The College of Liberal Arts main
tains the following schools:
The College of Oratory ". .0. R
The Teachers' College B. I'd.
The Normal School Diploma
The Oregon Institute or the Aca
The School of Commerce. . .Diploma
For Catalogue address
President JOHN H.
THE LEADING BUSINESS COLLEGE
KLKS BUIUMNU, POllTI.AND, OttKOON
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Ours la one of the ten lurest biinlnesH colleges In the United Stnted.
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h. w. iikhnhk, pres. SEND FOR CATALOGUE i. m. wai.kkh, prin.
lh the Circuit Court of tne btato of Oregon,
for Waitco County.
Leva F. Wllktns, PUIntltf,
Jamei II. Wllklns, Defendant. '
To James 11. Wllkins, tbe above mimed
In the name of the Slate of Oregon; You nre
hereby required to aupear and hiixwht the
complaint tiled agKlnat yna In the above en
titled court and chum on or before Heptem.
ber6, 1907 which Is six weeks utter July tf.ith,
1907, the date ordered for the tint publication
of ttili notice, and If you fail to no appeal
and answer the plaintiff will apply for the
relief prayed for In her complaint, to-wlt: for
a decree diaaolvliiK the bonds of matrimony
now existing between above named plaintiff
and defendant, and for each other and further
relief aa In the court weiiia meet and Just.
This summon la published by the older of
tbe Hon. W. L. Bradshaw, Judge of t'le above
named court, made and entered on llielMli
day of July, 1807
GREY A RICHARDSON,
J26s5 Attorneys fur Plaintiff.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, Ltind oflice, at
The DHlles, Oregon Atoust 5, 1907.
Notice la hereby given tlmt
of Hood River, Oregon, linn tiled notice of his
intention to muke final live-voxr proof in
supKltof hia claim, vIk.: Homestead Kntry
No. &, made July 2. 1!I0. for the K' .NVV'1;.
NEl4NWl4 and HWNK4 of sectlou 11,
township 1 north, range 10, East, W. M.,
and tbat aaid proof will bn made before the
Register and Receiver, at Tbe Dalles, Oregon,
on September , 1907.
He name tbe following witnesses to prove
bla continuous residence npon and i-ii'livn.
tion of aaid land via.: M. Dumas, J. M. fnss
B. Jensen, J. R. (Steele, all of Hood River',
c w. moore,
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College of Medicine M. D.
College of Law LL. B.
College of Theology B. I J.
College of Music B. M.
The Alliliateo Colleges are finan
cially independent of the College of
Liberal Ai ts.
TheSehoolof Art Certificate
The School of Art is 1ho financi
ally independent of the College of
COLEMAN, Salem, Oregon.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
United Blates Land OHlce, Tfce Dalles, Oregon,
June ii, 1W7. ,
Notice Is hereby given tbat tn compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congress or
June 3, 1H7H , entitled "An act for the sale of
timber lands In the Hlates of California, Ore
gon, Nevada and Washington Territory," as
extended to nil public laud states by act ot
August 4, lnw,
JOMEI'H K. O'DONNELL'
of Portland, county of Multnomab, state of
Oregon, has on January ai, 1907 tiled In this
office his sworn statement Mo. U7M5 for the
purchase of the SEJ of section 82, In township
2, north range 11 east W. M. and will oiler
proof to show that the land sought Is more
valuable for Its Umber or atone than for agri.
cultural purposes, and to establish bis claim
to said land before the Register and Receiver
at Tbe Dalles, Oregon, on tbe gtllb day of Au
He names the following witnesses : Theresa
O'lwnnell,of Portland, Ore., MaryK. Hrltten,
The Dalles, Ore., (orge Chamberlain and D.
M. Duval!, both of Mosler, Oregon.
Any and all iiersona claiming adversely the
above-desciibed lands are requested to file
their claims In this office on or before aaid
26i h day of August, 1907.
J20-a: C. W. MOOKE, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, Land Office at
The Dalles, Oregon, August 7, 1907.
Notice ia hereby given that
I.EWIM L. (i(K)DWIN,
of Mosler, Oregon, baa tiled notice of bis
Intention to mske final Ave year proof In sup
port of his claim, v s: MoiiU'stea I entry No.
V92H, made Nov. 4. l'll, for the NW'i of
section W, township 'i north, range II E.,
W. M., and that suid prnol will be made
ts-fore the Register and Receiver at The
Dulles, Oregon, on September 17, I9ii7.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion ot the land, vie I). M. Duvsll, V. E.
Hufikey, deorge Chamberlain, W. W. Steven
ion, all of Mosler, Oregon.
ala-sia C. W. MOORE, Register.
To the People of
Hood River Valley
While wheat has advanced until it is
higher than it has been for a good many
years, we are still selling all kinds of wheat
products at about 25 less than the Mill
ing Trust charged 3 ou before we started
up. We will meet any price made on same
qually of goods by any responsible concern
doing a legitimate business.
We are still headquarters for the best
rolled barley in town at right prices.
Hood River Milling Co.
NOTICE FOR SALE OF REAL ESTATE
In the county court of the county of Wasco
in the state of Oregon.
In the matter of tne guardianship of Arthur
Lester Eoss, an lus&ue minor, by l'hoebe
Notice is hereby given that In pursuance of
au order of the above entitled court, made In
tbe above entitled matter, on tbe fltb day of
June, 1S07, the undersigned as guardian will
sell the undivided oue-lhlrd Interest of
Arthur lister Koss
In the premises hereinafter described, at
private sale on tbe premises for cash, at not
less than 1100.00 per acre for the entire estate
of sal'' land, and said sale to be made from
and after the itli day of August, 19U7, subject
only to the confirmation of said sale as by
law proviaea, i ne property nereinoetore re
ferred to Is particularly described as follows,
Beginning at one fourth section corner on
the west line of section thirty-one (ill) In
township three north of range eleven east of
toe wuiameiie meriuian, mence sotitn
along tbe section line seven and alxtv-eiuht
hundredth! chains (7.68 chs.) to the center of
tne county roau, inenre soutn east nve
chains and ninety live llnks(5-t chs.) thence
south 1 east two chains ninety three and one
half links (2.9:1 chs.), thence south i east
east two cnains seventy-seven unas (a. ens.
thence north 2nJ Hi" east two chalus fifty,
seven links (2 .57 chs.) Ui an on it stake and the
beginning point for tbe land hereby conveyed,
thence run east P n chains (10 chs.) thence
south 2ti east ten chains (10 chs.), thence west
seven (7 chs.) more or less, to the center of tbe
county road, thence northwesterly up the
center of the county road twelve chains
twenty-three links (12.23 chs.) more or less, to
a point nity (mi) linns west or tne beginning,
thence east to the point of beginning, con
taining eight and one-half acres, more or less,
situated 111 the county of Wasco, state of Ore
gon. Sale made subject lo the dower estate
of rnoeoe ross, the wutow or wm, foss, ac
cessed. This notice Is published hy order of the
county court, dated the lilli day of June, t94f7,
in the flood Kiver uiacter ror four conseett
tlve weeks and five Insertloui. the first nub.
licatlon of which notice Is the 2alh day of
Dated this 21th day of July, l'.stt.
Ousrdlan for Arthur Lester Foss,
John Lki.anu Uknukkmon,
J2Mi Attorney for Ouardlan.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
has been duly appointed Administrator of
tne estate ot joiiii n. urou, deceased, liy
older of the County Court of Wasco County.
Oregon, and all persons having clalmsagainst
said estate are hereby untitled to present the
same nuiy vermea, 10 me personally, or at
the oflice of A. A. Javne, In Hood Kiver,
Oregon, within six months from dale of the
first i ublletillon of this notice.
First publication Aug. l.'i, 1!7.
al."s U It. I'ASTNK.K.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
has been duly appointed Administratrix of
the estate or J. f . Hemic, deceased, bv order
oi tne taiui.iy t. ouri oi w aseo county, Oregon,
and all persons having claims against said
estate are hereby iiotllled to present the same
duly verified to me personally, or at the office
of A. A. Jsyne, In Hood Kiver, Oregon, with.
In six mouths from date ol I he first publica
tion of ibis notice.
First publication Aug. 15, 1307.
al5H2ti KoWKNA M. IIF.I.ME.
In I he Circuit Court of the state of Oregon, (or
vv aaco county.
Nellie Tolman, Plaintiff,
Mert Tolman, Defendant
To Mert Tolman, the above named defendant:
In the name of the state of Oreiron: Vou an.
hereby required to appear in the above entitled
court and answer the complaint filed against you
in the above entitled suit on or before the last H.v
of the time prescribed in the order of publication,
to wit: On or before the Zid day of August, 1U07,
and if you fail to so appear and answer, piaintitl
wm appiy vi mm court i or m rener demanded ia
the complaint filed herein afl-ainat vrm to Vn
t decree dissolving' the bonds of matrimony now
exutini; between the plaintiff and youselfonthe
grounds of willful desertion; and for such other
and further relief aa to the court may seem equit
able and just
hn summons is served uoon vou hv nuhlica.
tion thereof for a period of aix successive weeks
tne Hood Kiver Ulacier. a week v newnnann nf
general circulation published in Wasco county.
vreKon. in pursuance to an order of the Hon.
W. L. Bradshaw. Judire of th itVmva ntitlJ
court, duly made on the Mh day of July, 1907, and
the date of the first publication thereof is the 11th
day of July, 1M07.
jllaffl On 11. II jCov, Attorney for Plaintiff
We arc Trying
to Become Your Favor
ite Clothing Store
by giving you better value
than you get anywhere else,
by selling worthy, honest
merchandise as low as it can
be sold and by charging no
more than anybody else
pays. We are not helping
bolster up the claims of any
We know there's lots of good
clothing makers in the coun
try. We wouldn't buy of
any other kind.
NOTICE FOR SALECFREAL ESTATE
In the County Court of the county of Wasco
In the state of Oregon.
In ihe matter of the guardianship of Roba J.
Tucker. Florence E. Tucker, Llllla K.Tucker
and Kobina Tucker, minor children of Koba
J. Tucker, deceased, by Cora Belle Klaus,
Notice Is hereby given that In pursuance of
an order of the above entitled court, made; In
the above entitled matter on the 22d day of
June, 11107, the undersigned ai guardian will
sell the premises hereinafter described, at
private sale on the premises on tbe following
terms: Three hundred (HtiOl dollarsoaaii, upon
the execution of a guardian's deed for said
ten acres, the further sum of six hundred (600)
dollars payable In one year thereafter and
the further sum of six hundred (MOO) dollars
payable Inltwo years thereafter with Interest
at the rate of eight per cent per annum upon
both of tbe deferred payments, the said In.
debtedneag to be evidenced by promissory
notes executed by the purchaser In lavor ol
aaid guardian and secured by first mortgage
Hen upon the said property of ten acres, at
not less than $160.00 per acre, and said sale to
be made from ana after August 26, 1U07,
subject only to the confirmation ol said sale
as by law provided. Tbe property herein
before referred to Is particularly described
as f .Hows, to-wlt'
Beginning at the corner to sections twenty
six and twenty-seven, thirty-four and thirty
live, township two north, range ten east ol the
Willamette meridian; thence run north along
tiie section line between sections twenty-six
and twenty-seven ten (10) chains to an Iron
bar set for the northeast corner of the laud
herein described; thence run south hu67' west
parallel to the south boundary of section
twenty-seven ten (10) chains to an Iron bar set
lor the northwest corner of the land herein
described; thence run south parallel to the
east boundary of said section twenty-seven
ten (10) chains to an Iron bar, on the south
boundary of section twenty-seven, set for the
southwest corner of Ihe land herein described;
I hence run north Ht 67' east ten (10) obama to
the southeast corner of said section twenty
seven and the place of beginning, containing
ten (10) aciesof laud and being ten (10) acres
in asifuaru form In the southeast corner of
the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter
of section twenty-seven, township two north,
range ten east of the Willamette meridian,
after a survey made by John Lelsnd Hen
derson, surveyor, in accordance with a for
mer order or this court, above described land
being situate iu Wasco county, Oregon. Hale
made subject to the dower estate of Cora Belle
K laus, widow or Kobu J. Tucker, deceased.
This notice Is published by order ol the
inniniy iouri, aateo the sad auy of June, 1907,
In the Hood Kiver Glacier for four conseeu.
tive weeks and live Insertions, the lirst publt.
o'u oi wiiiuii notice ia me iweuty-niu usy
Wl JUIf. l-JUf, ,
Duted this 24in day ofjnlv, 11107. -
CORA BELLK KLAUS,
, . . Uuaruian
John Lxlano Henderson,
J25sepA Attorney for Ouardlan
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, Land Office at
i ue uaues, Oregon, August 7, IU07.
Notice Is hereby given that
JOSEPH L. CARTER,
of Hood Kiver. Orearou. haa tiled noil nf his
Intention to make final commutation proof
in surporl of bis claim, vis; Homestead entry
No. HIM, made February 3, 1906, for the lot 8
of section 22, BW'NWJi and N'iNWU of
wuuuu ti, luwusnip i norm, range iu ft.,
W. M., and that said proof will be made be
fore tbe Register and Receiver, at The Dalles,
Oregon, on Meptember 27, 107.
He names tbe following witnesses to prove
bis continuous residence upon, and cultiva
tion of, the land, vis: William a tirlbble,
Ira U. Lafterty, Oscar Kredenberg, Marlus
Dumas, all of til. Hood, Oregon.
22-s C. W. MOOKE, Register.
In the Circuit Court of the state of Oregon, for
Elia J. Nordman. Plaintiff,
LouislA. Nordman, Defendant
Tn Louie A. Nordman. Defendant:
In the name of the atata of Oregon: You are
hereby commanded to aDoear in the above en tit lad
court on or before Tuesday, the 21th day of Aug.
ust, 19(17, and answer the complaint filed againat
you in aaid court and cause, and for want of such
answer the plaintiff will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in the complaint to wit: For a
decree dissolving th bonds of matrimony between
plaintiff and defendant and for such other relief
as in the eimplaint prayed.
1 ma summons is published by order of the Hon.
W. L. Bradshaw. Judas of tha ahnva antiiiarf
court, made and entered on the tth day of July,
Date of first ouhllcatlon Jnl II. law
jlls2Z Jay H. Ufton, Attorney for Plaintiff. ,
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2. 3 acres close to town, all im
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Hood Rivor Oregon