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HOOD RIVER GLACIER THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1910
QuA &to r Charter
ARTHUR O. MOB. PaNUher.
Kabscrtptlon, (1.60 Per Tear.
When subscribers desire a mange in address
tliln offln should be notified promptly, and a
week before If possible. Always give old ad
dress M wU M the new. Also, Hood River
subscribers sboold notify ibis office at once
wben changing their address from one rami
root to another, or from city delivery to
country delivery, or vice verse. If yon do not
get your paper promptly, notify us by mall or
telephone aud the matter will be Investigated
Except it pertain to live news nutter, oonv
munle:lons, or article of a general nature,
should be In tbeoffloe by Monday to insure
tbelr appearing In tbe bent of the current week
FRUIT MEN ORGANIZING
Perhaps after all those crops of
meetings that have been held 10 fre
quently during past winters have been
of real value. They certain); have if
the close organization of fruit men in
all districts of the northwest is result
ing even indirectly from the past har-
Just at the present time'raore bene
cifisi organization is in progress than
at any time in the history of the north
western fruit industry. Sad lesson;
have been learned from the chaos of
past marketing seasons. Fortunately
growers have reached such a state of
mind now that they do not have to be
talked to as sinners are exhorted in the
past. The system of exhortation was
"tbe vogue" during past years, and
there were many backsliders Reason
rules now. The sinning apple or straw
berry grower has c6me to realize that
he has but little chance of laying
away any gratifying amount of this
world's goods, and so this winter they
are coming together, talking sense and
The lines are continually being drawn
a little closer. In the past membership
in cooperative sales agency too often
meant membership in name only.
Judging from the action taken by tbe
growers of Yakima and the shadows
cast by sentiment of local growers,
membership hereafter will necessarily
be real; for disloyalty will be punished
Strawberry men in all sections may
well rejoice over the stability that is
given the industry by the organization
of the Kennewick and Richland men.
A decidedly gratifying outlook pre
sents itself to the fruitgrower. The
abuses of misbranding will be elimin
ated by government cooperation. Tbe
horizon seems clear.
WORDS FOR COLLEGE MEN
Dr. Ray Lyman Wilbur on formally
assuming his duties as president of
Stanford University sounded a warning
that should be heeded by undergradu
ates of all institutions of higher educa
tion. Place not too high a value on
your degree, was the gist of the seri
ous remarks of Stanford's new presi
dent. The great university of hard
knocks, he declared, often Tits a man
more admirably for the task that one
finds in the cold world than the college.
It is often tbe case that undergradu
ates take their studies very indiffer
ently and still they believe in all
solemneas that tho degree that they
may be granted after barely fulfilling
requirements will give them a prestige
over the ordinary man. It takes such
a man about five years to recover from
bis college education. The unforunate
viewpoint is fatal to others and they
never quite recover.
Dr. Wilbur has a good understand
ing of student life. From the stage
of a serious minded undergraduate he
has passed through numerous grada
tions, always advancing, to the most
honored position that can be awarded
by his alma mater he is a graduate of
Stanford. The undergraduates of the
institution are fortunate in that they
are privileged to harken to his words
A WORTHY PURPOSE
Vista House will have a threefold
purpose. It is to be a memorial to the
pioneers who endured untold hardships
to come into the Oregon 'country, both
down the mighty river and over the
tops of the mountains. It is to be an
observatory from which the worshiper
of the great outdoors can view the in-
describable wonders of the Columbia
"or 35 miles in either direction. It is
to be a comfort station that will prove
blessing to both the hiker and to the
passenger in a comfortable motor.
V Such is the statement, by William J:
Piepenbrink, secretary of the newly
formed organization that will carry
out a campaign to raise funds for the
novel structure, of the purposes in
building the Vista House on Crown
Point, one of the most scenic of the
places made accessible by the Columbia
The Portland men of .'public spirit
have begun a campaign that is worthy.
It should receive the support not only
of the residents of the Rose City, but
of the citizens of the entire common
wealth. While the Oregon Historical
society by its activities and the articles
published in its "quarterly bulletin"
keeps fresh the heroic struggle of the
first fathers and mothers of the state,
here we all have an opportunity to
participate in making possible a hand
some memorial in their honor.
WITH THE GRANGES
While the Odell Grange resolution in
regard to the Columbia river highway
is a little less radical than that of Pine
Grove Grange its import is practically
similar. The action of both granges
smacks too must) of certain disruptive,
reactionary elements of Hood River
County. The Columbia river is too
valuable an asset o? Hood River coun
ty to be closed by decree of the local
court or to be allowed to remaiiu
blocked t lis summer.
It is absurd and nonsensical to even
propose in a spirit of levity such meas
ures. We cannot bring ourselves to
believe that the two granges have any
hopes of realizing on their resolution!.
If they did, those tamo resolutuioni
would never have been passed, the
measures war proposed merely because
of an obsession to get before the- lime
light in a furor of agitation.
The Glacier believes as strongly as
does any granger that tba State should
take over the Columbia River High
way, tbe preempaign promises of 1914
boold be fulfilled a obligations of
honor. . And we have hopes that these
promises will bo fulfilled. But the
action of tbe Pine Grove and Odell
Granges will not hasten the end that
we all desire.
The Park Grange is to be commended
in that it has postponed any action,
until full information is in the hands
.f its members.
The corn clubs organized under the
tirection of the extension service of
the Oregon Agricultursl College, as is
well known, have been decidedly bene
Icial throughout the state. The ex
ension service is now engaged in in
augurating a campaign for the organi
sation of pig clubs. Tbe movement
hould shimulate the growing of swine
n our Oregon country. Corn and pigs
.o together. We are hoping for the
est of pork and bacon, produced at
ome. Boys and girls who desire to
nter.the big club work, but who are
mable to secure brood sows or pigs,
vill be assisted in securing good stock
'torn reliable breeders in their county
y L. J. Allen, state pig club agent,
f the extension service of the Oregon
Vice Admiral Sir David Beatty, of
1 he British navy, has appealed for a
;reat religious revival in England as a
iecessary step toward winning tbe
reat war. Our suggestion actuated
by perusal of his evangelical activi
ties at Toledo, Wash., we propose that
Or. Nicbol precluding any questions
f neutrality or pro-Germanism offer
England his services. We quote from
in editorial of the Toledo Messenger:
"Maybe 'Doc' Nichol doesn't use just
he most refined language in tbe pulpit
ut no one can say that tbey don't
understand what he means." A car
toon of the new evangelist on the front
page of the Messenger is made to say :
"If Hell freezes over I'll get a pair
of skates and fight the Devil."
The Columbia and its vast hinter
land, over 250,000 square miles in area,
s virtually defenseless. A first class
aval base, supplemented by adequate
:oast fortifications and mine fields, is
ecessary, as we view it for the pro
tection of the port of entry of this
mpire. we are making our campaign
in that basis.
Thus the Naval Base Committee,
'omposed of representative men of As
toria, preface the announcement of a
campaign for better defense at the
mouth of the Columbia.
There is a possibility that the na
tional forest around the base of Mount
Hood may be embodied in a ilational
jark. Let us hope and rejoice. Sup
erintendent Marshall, of the national
park system, has . drawn up a bill
which will be submitted to Senator
Chamberlain, who will introduce it
Th drawings include the proposed loop
road, and the plans show a park of 688
We notice that the snow is covering
fire hydrants. If you reside close to a
hydrant get out and shovel it out,
Thus, in case of a possible fire the fire
laddies will not have to engage in a
campaign of exploration.
Blind pigs, big and little, are being
bagged by state officials. Public senti
iient will permit of not the least viola
tion of the new prohibition laws, and
officers are on the alert. Oregon must
Where has Dan Cupid been keeping
himself? The first month of Leap
i ear passed and but a single marriage
license was issued.
"Man is dust, and dust settles. Be
a man." National "Pay-Up Week"
will be on us soon February 21-26,
Don't let the ice freeze in your eaves
and back the water up on your roof.
Sprinkle some coarse salt on the eaves
and prevent the leaks.
Tbe season's snowfall has reached
about seven feet. Let the weather
man give us a record while he is busy.
The groundhog that emerged from
winter quarters yesterday was a' bold
This weather is viewed with alarm
by the man whose fuel pile is running
Strawberry growers of the Richland
and Kennewick. Wash., district n.
resenting 300 acres, or 85 pea cent of
the total acreage, in a public meeting
Monday voted to sell this year's crop
through one channel. A committee
composed of M. N. Hudnall, W. P. Os
good. H. C. Puderbaugh, F. H. Krug,
j. koss ana t. a. uray, or Kennewick,
were appointed to work with a like
committee from the Richland district
to draw up the articles of incorpora
tion and work out the detsils of the
proposed cooperative marketing cam
paign. Every strawberry grower in the
Richland district has signed up with
the new organization while at least 90
per cent of. tbe Kennewick growers are
expected to enter.
The action taken at tha muliim !
the result of unsatisfactory prices for
previous crops caused from tba ton
nage being bandied by several agencies,
thus going out in small lota and flood
ing nearby markets, large shipments
od open consignments eausing demorsl-
ixed prices and lack of cooperation
among tha growers.
1 be agreement signed by tha grow-
era provides for a strictly f. o. b. sys
tem oi selling, a manager, selected
from some place outside or Kennewick
or Kicbland, voting representation based
upon acreage, a eoliectible forfeiture
required from all members in case
they fail to abide by tbe argeements.
JOHN OTTEN WILL
FILED FOR PROBATE
The will of tba late John Otten, who
passed away bere week before last,
has been filed for probate and names
as co-executors L. N. Blowers and
Ksrl Buelow, both of this city.
Mr. Otten left to his daughter, Mrs.
Annie Krohn, a handsome diamond
ring, tbe same to be given at the death
of the daughter to bis grandson, Bern
hard Krohn. To another grandson, La
Roy Krohn he gave bis watch and chain
Tbe personal property was divided
equally between bis wife, Mrs. Fannie
M. Otten, and daughter, Mrs. Krohn.
While life estates in portion of the
real estate bequeathed by Mr. Otten
are given to his wife and daughter, the
real property in the entirety is left in
trust to the children of Mrs. Krohn,
the trust to be ended when the oldest
of tbe children, who is now 19 years of
age, reaches 40 years.
In case of tbe death of the children
of Mrs. Krohn, without heirs, the res)
estate will go to Mr. Otten's brother,
Henry H. Otten, of St. Joseph, Mo.,
end Mrs. Katie Willim, a sister, of
MIAN GISH i "CAPTAIN MACKLIN
rOfJH WRT MUTUAL MABTr.RP in
PRODUCED P ' IAJEI I
At the Electric Theatre, Sun
day and Monday, Feb. 5-6.
ART WORK IN WOOD.
A Striking Cameo Effect and How It
"I saw a new thing in the art line
the other day which surprised nie and,
I niny also say, iilonsed me," sold an
art resort dilettante in a group of
kindred spirits. "It was what the
artist called a wood cameo, aud It was
something I had never seen before.
"That It was wood did not appear as
it linns on the wall, and 1 asked him
for particulars. It was about a foot
square with an oval center, containing
a bas-relief of n Greek goddess. The
square was in ebony and mahogany
and the head iu white wood.
"He had secured his cameo effects
by first building up bis square with
the throe layers, glued and pressed so
tightly that there were no marks of
cleavage, and had cut through them
exactly as cameo carvers cut through
the usual shell cameos. The ebonv
front was plain, bnt finely polished,
and the entire effect was excellent.
"He told we it was his first finished
work, though he had been practicing
for two years, and. while he was not
entirely satisfied with It, there was
considerable consolation to hlin in tbe
fact that he had an offer of $100 when
ever he wanted to dispose of It."
Vew York Sun.
New England Weathsr.
The late George M. Stearns of Chic
opee, Mass., spoke once at the dinner
of the New England club of New
York. Previous speakers bad remark
ed concerning the different varieties of
weather "down east." During his
speech Air. Stearns said:
"I note what you say about our re
markable New England weather, but
gentlemen, let me tell you that any
man who lives here the flrst twenty
years of his life builds up. such a vig
orous constitution that If hVthen con
tracts a fatal disease he can live
twenty years longer on the byways."
The following resolutions were pre
pared by the roads committee of the
Hood River Commercial Club. They
were submitted to the beard of dl
rectors of the club and adopted by
them at a meeting held Monday even
ing. Copies have been sent to the
Pine Grove Grange, the Wauco Court
ty Good Roads Association and the
State Highway Commission.
The re3olutions follow:
tour Committee on Roads to
which you referred the letter of the
Committee on Resolutions of Pine
Grove Grange, to which was attached
a set of resolutions adopted by that
body on January 19, begs leave to re
port as follows:
We believe that the resolutions
transmitted to this committee for
consideration were inspired by an un
grounded fear that the State of Ore
gon through the action of its High
way Commission. Intended to repudi
ate the statements that were madje
to this county at the time the county
bonded itself to provide a part of the
funds fo the construction of the Col
The statements made to us at
Specials for February
Special Here is a bargain in Aplique trimming; a
good assortment in white and colors ; values up to yd. f
60c To close it out, your choice, the yard oC
Special Lace Insertions. We have a table piled full
of most desirable patterns in lace insertions in values
up to the yard 10c Your choice, the yard jC
Special Richardson's Pillow Tops stamped ready for
embroidering. A splendid assortment of different 1 A
patterns, values 25c to 50c; your choice, only 1UC
Special Embroideries and Insertions, very nice pat
terns, regular price of which was 7c to 12c a yard, r
Your choice the yard JjC
Special For the ladies doing embroidering, here is a
chance you should not overlook. Royal Society Floss 1
a good run of colors to choose from; the skein only 1C
Special Hooks and Eyes, either black or white, about
all sizes in the lot Sell usually for the card 5c. f
Special, the card
Rain Coats for Ladies -Special.
We have some splendid values in this line and as these
are always in demand either winter or summer, it will pay
you to take advantage of this special price.
mat time and Vilncn were accepieu
locally as being aumorliative, were,
r irst: That the State would con
sider !?5,ooo.u0 a fair and equitable
proportion for Hood River County to
pcy toward the construction cost oi
uie Highway, and that no further ex
penditure of public tunda would be
sked or expected from us for thai
Second: That In order to open the
road to travel and allow Hood River
County to immediately realize on its
investment, and to enable us to en
joy such advantages as might accrue
to us, It waa further agreed and un
derstood that the state would appro
priate 150,000.00 to construct a road
around Mitchells Point which would
remove the last great obstacle to
Third: It was agreed and under
stood that the state would accept the
road and maintain it as a state road
in order to relieve Hood River Coun
ty from the inequitable burden of
maintaining , a highway which might
carry a heavy intra state and Inter
state travel as against a very light
The best evidence we have thai
these agreements were made and en
tered into in good faith by both state
and county is the fact that both part
ies to the agreement have advanced
and expended the amounts of money
agreed upon, and no breach of faith
has occurred upon which any one
could predicate such future action on
the remaining and uncompleted
In full view of all the evidence we
do not believe that the State High
way Commission has ever repudiated
the agreement that the state would
take over and maintain the Columbia
Highway, or that they ever had the
slightest intention of doing so as
seems to be intimated in the resolu
tlons how before us and under con
sideration. Recent happenings might make
this appear so to persons who art
not familiar with all the details of
the construction of the Columbia
Highway and the efforts of public
spirited citizens of the State to pro
vide a state highway system.
To such persons we would recom
mend that they go a little further
back, and a little deeper into this
subject before reaching the conc'.i
slon that any of the state officials
have renlgged in any of their obliga
tions to us.
We recall that certain politlciaub
and contractors made a spirited fight
against the State Highway Commis
sion during the last session of the
legislature, and notwithstanding tbe
fact that Hood River County had at
that time the promise and good will
of the State Highway Commlslosn to
take over and maintain the Columbia
Highway as a state road, local lob
byists appeared at the capital and
did everything possible to handicap
the Commission and the public spir
ited citizens who were co-operating
with the commission in a laudable at
tempt to provide a public road that
would connect the eastern and west
ern parts of tho state.
The efforts of the lobby created a
division in the legislature which re
sulted in the defeat of pending legis
lation upon which the Highway Com
mission depended, and which would
enable them to carry out their pollc
ies and fulfill their promises in varl
ous parts of the state. Our own
county delegation in the leglslaium
voted solidly against our interests
which they had publicly promised to
The failure of the legislature to
provide for and continue the plans bf
the preceding session left the com
mission without funds and powerless
to keep up and maintain the High
way as a state road as contemplated.
The letter recently received here
from the Highway Engineer saying
that the state cannot maintain the
road Is merely a formal statement of
the condition mentioned in the pre
ceding paragraph, and Is made in or
der that the local authorities may
take such steps as may seem to
them necessary Jio provide for the
coming season's travel, and does not
mean in our estimation, that the
state intends to repudiate any of the
statements made to us, but that the
acceptance and maintenance of the
Highway will have to be postponed
by the state until such time as state
funds are available for the purpose.
Further evidence of tho loyalty of
'be Intentions of the Highway Cot
mission toward the Columbia High
way is their recent liberal appropria
tion or state funds for the work In
While we believe tho resolutions
adopted by Pine Grove Grange are
offered in the utmost good faith, and
with the full Interest of the public
and the Columbia Highway at heart,
yet in fall knowledge of the condi
tions under which the Highway Com
mission is working, we sincerely be
lieve that these resolutions which ad
vocate the closing of the road to
avoid the maintenance cost for a
yar or two, are in effect, a flagrant
.ixhibltlon of Ingratitude toward our
best friends. We therefore return
the resolutions with the recommenda
tion that this club does not Indorse
them, nor concur in the Sentiment
W. L. CLARK,
Chairman of Committee.
For Quick Sale
AT A SNAP PRICE
20 acre orchard, on East side,
near Van Horn station. Esti
mated 4000 to 4500 boxes this
IDA M. WILEY,
Box 4 LENTS, OREGON
State of Ohio. City of Toledo, I M
Lucas County. 1
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is
-nlor partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney
' Co., doin? bimlnesR In the City of To
. do. County and Slate aforesaid, and
at said firm will iav the sum of ONE
!"NrRE1 TWII.I.ARS for each and ev
v case of Catarrh that cannot be cured
y the use of HAI.T.'S CATARRH CURE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before ms and subscribed In
:iy presence, this 6th day of December,
. D. 1S36.
(Seal) A. W. OLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally
md acts directly upon the blood and mu
- ins surfaces of the system. Send for
F. J. CHENEV ft CO . Toledo, O.
Sold by nil nniQirlfts, 75e.
Take Hall's Family Pllli for constipation.
Summons for Publication
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
Hood River County.
H. Glenn, Plaintiff, vs. Josephine E. Gibson and
R. E. Gibson, husband and wife, and Dan Murphy
Edna Metzger. Isabelie Metzger, Rose MetzKer.
guardian for Bonita Metzger, Conrad Metzger and
Delbert Metzger, minors, Harley Dunn and the
Con noway Mercantile Company, a corporation.
To Josephine E. Gibson and R. E. Gibson, the
above named delcndants.
In the Name of the State of Oregon, You and
each of you are hereby required to appear and ans
wer the complaint hied In the above entitled suit
on or before six weeks from the date of first pub
lication ox this summons, hereinafter stated, and
if you fail to so appear and answer said complaint.
plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief
prayed for in his complaint, towit:
For judgment against the defendants Josephine
E. Gibson and R. E. Gibson and Harley Dunn the
sum of Two Hundred and Fifty-three Dollars
((253.00) together with interest thereon at the rate
ox ten per cent per annum from October 23, 1911,
until paid, for One Hundred Dollars (100.00) at
torney's fees and for the costs and disbursements
of this suit made and expended herein.
And for a further decree against each of the
above named defendants foreclosing the mortgage
described in plaintiff's complaint and ordering
the real property therein described sold in the
manner provided by law for the sale of real
estate upon mortgage foreclosure.
That the proceeds arising from said sale be ap
plied in satisfaction of plaintirl's judgment above
mentioned, together with the costs of said sale.the
attorney's fees above mentioned, and tha costs
and disbursements of this suit made and expend
ed herein and the balance to be applied in pay
ment of the taxes hereinafter described and of the
irrigating assessments more particularly describ
ed as follows, towit:
Taxes for 1911 $3.4S and 51 per cent interest.
Taxes for 1912 $1.30 and 39 per cent interest
Taxes for 1913 10.42 r.nd 22 per cent interest.
Taxes for 194 4.98 and 6 oer cent interest.
Taxes for water $l3.4- and 22 par cent interest.
Taxes for water 20.00 and 22 oer cent interest.
And the overplus, if any. be paid into this Court
to await the further determination thereof.
That the defendants, Josephine E. Gibson and
R. E. Gibson, and all persons claiming said real
property by. through or under them subsequent
to tne execution oi piaintiti s mortgage herein,
either as ourchssera. incumbrancers or otherwise.
be forever barred and foreclosed of any and all
right, title, claim or interest in or to the said
premises, or any part thereof, except the statu
tory right oi redemption.
That the interest of the defendants. Connowav
Mercantile Company, a corporation, and Dan Mur
phy and Edna Metxger, Isabelle Metzger, Rose
Metzger guardian for Bonita Metzger, Conrad
Metzger and Delbert Metzger, minors, be decreed
to be subject and subsequent to the interest of
That plaintiff be allowed to be a purchaser at
saio sale; that the Sheriff be directed to place the
purchaser at said sale in tba immediate possession
thereof after said sale and that said Sheriff issue
a Certificate of baw to the purchaser of said
premises and that execution issue herein to in
fore this decree and that plaintiff hava such
other and further relief as to the Court may seem
equitable and just.
This summons is served noon you by publication
in the Hood River Glacier, a weakly newspaper of
general circulation, published in Hood River
County, Oregon, pursuant to an order of the Hon.
W. L Bradshaw, Circuit Jtrtre. duly made and
entered on the 26th day of January, 1916. The
dale of the flrst publication of this summons was
January 27, 1916b and the date of the last
publication will be on the th day of March, 1916.
)Z!-mb PAUL W. CH1LDERS.
Artorssr or riamtMl.
Ladies $3.50 Rain Coats for.-.
Ladies $4.50 Rain Coats for
Ladies $8.00 Rain Coats for.
Ladies $7,00 Rain Coats for.
Ladies $9.50 Rain Coats for ......
Ladies 10.00 Rain Coats for
Ladies 15.00 Rain Coats for....
Overcoats for Men.
We have some of the biggest Overcoat values this year
that have ever been offered in this city. Good coats, good
styles, good colors. We just have too many and want to
reduce the stock.
Men's $9.85 Overcoat special S5.00
Men's 11.85 Overcoat special 8.75
Men's 15.00 Overcoat special 10.00
Men's 18.00 Overcoat special 12.00
Men's 25.00 Overcoat special 16.50
Special Sweater Coats in red
heavy sweaters worth $2 each.
Try a pair of our special $3.50 shoes for men. These
shoes equal to any $4 shoe you can buy anywhere.
lohQ Paris Fair
Dating Stamps, Self Inking Stamp
Pot-ket Stamps, Pen and Pencil Stamps
Etc., made to order at the Glacier of
Bee at Portland prices.
Notice to Creditors
In the District Court of the United Blutes, for
the District of Oregou.
In the matter of Murray Kay, Bankrupt.
No. 3A21 lu linn km ploy.
Moiioe Is bereby given that on the 2Clh Aey
day of January, llilii. Murray Kay, of Hood
Klver, Oregon, the bankrupt above named,
was duly adjudicated bankrupt; and that the
flrst meeting ot bis creditors will be held at
my offices. Rooms tvO-clll Northwestern Bank
Hullding, Fori laDd. Oregon, on the 9tb day of
February, 1916, at 10 a. m., at which time said
creditors may atteud, prove tbelr claims, ap
point a trustee, examine the bankrupt, and
transact sucb oilier business as ma; properly
come before said meeting.
Claims must be presented In form required
by the Bankruptcy Act and sworn to.
The schedule filed discloses no assets.
A. U. CANNON, Ke eree in Bankruptcy.
Dated January 28th, 91ti.
Executor's Notice to Creditors
Notice is hereby given, that the undersign
ed have been appointed executors of tbe last
will and the estate of John otten, deceased,
by thg County Court of Hood Klver, County,
All persons having claims against said es.
tsteare hereby notified to present the' same,
duly verified as by law required, to t lie
undersigned Executors at the office of E, H.
Hartwlg, 7 aud8tmtlh Building, Hood Klver,
Oregon, their plsce of doing the business of
said estate, within six months from tbe date
ol the flrst publication of this notice.
First publication February 3.
n-m2 LAWRENCE N. BLOWERS,
KAKL BUELOW, Executors.
E. H. HARTW1U, Attorney for Estate.
Notice of Sheriff's Sale
Iu the Circuit Court of the Hlate ofOlcgon,
lor the County of Hood Klver.
Frederick Townsend, Pliiintifl
Marie Velguth, Dehlta E. Wagner, Charles
Hall and Ann KnullBh Hall. Ills wife- .1. K.
Hall, Jr. aud Elizituetb Hall, his wife; The
loiumoia lompany, a corporation; and
vauu ix niton nana, a corporation, Defend
ants. By virtue of an execution. Judgment order,
decree and order of sale Issued out of the
above entitled court In the above entitled
cause, to me directed and dated tbe HUti dav
of January, 1916, upon a judgment
rendered aud entered In said court
on tbe 12th day or January, 19K, In
favor of Frederick Townsend. olahuill' and
against Marie Velguth and Oehlla E. Wagner,
defendants, lor the sum of gfi.OOO.OO with Inter
est at the rste ol 8 per cent, per annum trom
the M h day of February, 1915, and the further
sum ol 111.00, with Interest at the rate of H
per cent per annum from the 5th day of Oc
tober. 1915. aud for the further sum of UMin 0
as attorney's fees, and the further sum of
cx.iu costs ana disbursements, amounting on
December iMth, 1915. to 87,2 0 10, and the costs
ot and upon this writ, commanding me to
make sale of tbe following described real
property lying and being in the County of
ji.kiu mver, niHieoi uregon, town;
The Honthwest 0uarter(8W' il of tbe North.
east Quarter (Nh-i-i) aud the West Half (WW
ot the Boutbeasl Quarter (NE1) and tbe
Northeast Quarter (NK,) ot the Southwest
Quarter (8V) of (Section (4), Township One
(1) South, Range Ten (10) East of the Willam
ette Meridian, containing 100 acres; ana de
claring a lien upon said real properly In favor
or defendant, Ijtdd & Tilton Bank, for the sum
of 8,H7.44, with Interest at the raleofgptr
cent per annum from October 20th, 1915. and
the further sum ot tTiOo.Ou with Interest at the
rste of 8 per cent per annum trom May 26th
1615, subject to plaintiff's decree: and fleeing
Ing a lien upon said real property In favor of
ueieuuauix, mane em tun and lieblla E
Wagner, for the sum of $12,000 00 with Inter
est thereon at the rate ol 7 per cent per annum
from the 14th day of Kebruary. 1915. less the
amounts uue pisiuiin as above stated and
less the amounts nue defendant, Ladd dt Til
ton Bank as above stated; and commanding
me to make from said real nronerlv the am,
of 112,000.(10 with Interest thereon at the rate of
percent per annum trom tne Hlh day of
Februart , 1915, and to pay plalntill first there
in, m iue auni oi a.Kou.iu wnn interest tneron
at 8 per cent per annum from December 2tth
1915: and thereafter lo dsv defendant I ori.i a,
Tllion Bank, second therefrom the sum of
i,oo m, wnn imeresi inereon at tne rste of 8
per cent per annum from ictobar 20tb, 19lf
and the further sum of 1500.00 with Interest
inereon mi ine raie oi s per cent per annum
iroiu may ;oto, mia, anil tnerearter pay de
fendants Marie Velguth and Dehlia P. w.
ner the remainder as directed In the aforesaid
decree, and any succeeding remainder of the
purchase price to the defendants Charles Hall
nuvi . iu. si a ii. ui,
Now. therefore, hv virtue nf bum AAA...in
Judgment order, decree and order ot sale, and
in coiopiiance wnn tne commands of said
writ, I will, on Saturday, the ltb day of Feb
ruary, 1916. ut 10 o'clock a. m., at tbe front
door of tbe Couniv Conn H.imu, in Un.
Klver, Hood Klver Connty. Oregon, sell at
public auction (subject to redemption) to tbe
highest bidder for cash In band, ail the right
title and interest which tbe above named de-
eiiuruis or any oi mem, naa on tne 15tb day
oi iiovemocr, isus, tne dale of tbe mortgage
berein foreclosed, or bsve since hsd In or to
the above described property or any part
thereof, to satisfy said execution, tudgment
- ucvicv, unrir.i, costs antl accruing
costs. THOH. K. JOHN"ON.
JS7.f24 Sheriff of Hood Klver County, Ore.
BOOD RIVER LODGE NO. 105, A. F. and A
M. Meets Saturday evening on or before
each full moon. J. O. McLaughlin W M
D. McDonald, Secretary.
Hood River Commandery No. 12, K.T
" ery ursi i uesoay evening
each month. D. McDonald L.E.C
H. L. bumble. Recorder.
BOOD RIVER CHAPrKK NO. 27 R. A M
Meets flrst and third Krldav nights of each
month. c. K. Marshall, H, J,
n. A. Scbaflner, Secretary.
MT. HOOD COUNCIL No 8. R. t 8. M. Meets
,u nnauunj nail every IDira 1 IteSday In
J. K. Carson, T. I. M.
H. Hershner, Recorder.
BOOD RIVER CHAPTER NO. 85, O. E. 8 -Meets
second and fourth Tuesday evening
of each mouth. Visitors cordially welcomed
. Mr"- J- K- Carsoo, W. M.
Mlsi Alia Poole, Secretary.
HOOD RIVER CiKCLJS NO. 52-1, WOMEN OF
Woodcraft Meets at K. of P. halt on the
first and Third Thursdays of each month.
Mrs. Catbrine Slaven. U. N
Mrs. Msttie Nickelsen, Clerk.
WAUCOMA LODGE NO. 80, K. OF P-
aavvaa u. A. mi, uwi every 1 ueeuay algbt.
Roy Roberta, C. C
Lonl I sen berg, K. of R. and 8.
T. F. Johnson. M. of F.
IDLKW1LDE LODGE NO. 107, X. O. O. F.
meeia in rra enuu oau, every Thursday
"lnu J H. gurrell, N. Q.
, . Geo. Parrott, V. Q.
Oeo. W. Thomson, iacretary.
and grey, good
WAUNA TEMPLE PVTHIAN SISTERS No 6
Meets tbe first, third and flfUi Tuesdays nl
each month at K. of P ball.
Mrs. Correan Stranahan, E. C.
Mrs. May Vogel, M. of K. and C.
Mrs. Susie Lynn, M. of E.
HOOD RIVER CAMP, NO. 7,702, H. W. A.
Meets In K.of P. ball every 1st and Srd Wed,
or each month. James Hawthorn. V C.
C. U. Dak IK. Clerk.
HAZEL REBEKAH LOIIUE No. 156, 1.O.O.K.
Meets the flrst and third Tuesday evening Id
each month In the Odd Fellows Hall, seven
miles south of Hood Klver, K. U .
Mrs. Marie Kemp, N. Ii.
Mrs. Wllda Caldwell, V. U.
H. H. Caughey, Sec.
KEMP LODGE, No. 181, 1. 0. O. F.-MeeUln
Odell Odd Fellows' ball every Hat ur
day night. Visitors cordially welcomed.
Ralph Caldwell, N. u.
Dane Kemp, V. O.
John Duck wall, Secretary.
LAUREL REBEKAH LODGE No. 87.I.O.O.F.
Meets first and third Mondays each month,
Orva Wiley, N. U.
Nettle Moses, Secretary.
CANBY W. R. C Meets second and fourth
Saturdays or each month at K. ot P. hall.
Mrs. Alberts Steed, President.
Mrs. Susie Lynn, Secretary.
5LETA AHSEMBLY NO. 108, UNITED ART
IsanaMeeU the flrst and third Wednes
days, work; second and fourth Wednesday!
Artisans' hall. C. D. Hinkichs, M. A.
J. H. KoiiKKO Secretary.
W. O. W Regular meetings are neld tbe first
and third Mondays ol each month at K. ot
P. hall. Visitors cordially invited, u. C. C.
. Ktnt Shoemaker, C C.
C. 1. Anderson, Clerk.
HOOD RlvER VALLEY HUMANE SOCIETY
Hood River, Ore. E. O Blanchar, Pres.
O V.S ickelsen, See. Leslie Butler, Treaa.
Call phone BUI.
EDEN ENCAMPMENT, NO. 48, 1. O. O. F.
Kegular meeting second and fourth Tuesdays
',fch month. A, 1). abnkv, C. V.
W. H. Mt UL'lBB, Scribe.
For8ale-A Tew White Orpington pullets
ready to lay. Phone 3015. no
tor Hale-S. C. While Leghorns, White
Rocks, Rbode Island Reds, White Holland
Turkeys. Hatching eggs and breeding stock
for sale. Hood River Poultry Yards, J R.
Nk klesen, Prop. Phone 5929, ni if
For Sale 1 Petalttma Broodtr Stove, capac
ity 700 to 1300 chicks. Good as new. H.F.J,
Sieverkopp. Pboue 4774 Hood River. fiO
For Bale Cbeap-My 5 room bungalow at 1026
Cascade Ave. Small payment down, terms io
3IW3 to balance. George K. Stranahan, phone
f or Male one, two or three cows due to
freshen Feb. 4th. loth and 27th, or will trade
tor clover or alfalfa bay. Lacey A Lacey, do.
verdale Dairy, Hi. 4, phone Odell 104. tf
For Sale Good work and road horse, weighs
about JUKI lbs. Will trade for heavier horse
aud pay difference. Pbone5584. fl7
For Sale Horse for sale cheap. Works any
where. Sound and gentle. Weight about m
lbs. L. H . J epson, mile west of Rockford
store, H. R. 8. fg
For Sale or Trade-Sound, true pulling
team, weight 2,700 lbs. Will sell or Hade lor
hay or apples. Phone 140L tf
ror Sale Furniture, music cabinet, book
case, china cabinet, dining room table and
writing desk Pbone 3m. if
For Sale-A. pair ol bobs. Call and see
them, netr Buckliu's blacksmith thop.
Heights. Phone 3301. tj '
For Sale - Seasoned wood. J. J. K
ror.Hale All leading varieties of apple,
pear, cherry and prune trees. Unusually
strong well rooted trees. Address True-to-
S?m8 ,"rsery- H- 8- Galllgan, Proprietor.
noue 4 4 jd. aj
Automobiles for 8ale-l Bnlck 80 Model 21
Ave passenger. In good condition, price 1350
will take Ford touring or roaaster In each .rise
One Stodebaker !, elect rlo slsrter and I ghta
five or seven passenger, rua less thaa 7000
miles In best ol condition; price I6y would
take Ford In part payment. H. 8. Galllgan,
phone 4796. "jf
Thoroughbred Big Type Polaud-Chlna hogs
for ssle-A lew service boars, bred gilts and
weaning pigs all registered or eligible to rea
lT.lerV. Ti,eBe,"fd by our Big Knox, Gold
Standard ana limnd I-.l.
fi?.Khe Janlf Grand Champion of Iowa
.. .... v..,, .,, ui me oig easy reeding pro-
u i-i- ii. i . . J w-m. Auuress n.
8. Galllgan, Hood River, Or., phone 4796. oltf
.'7 "lu," ' 1 wjwmior. i DiOKiea
Jersey cow eomlug rreab, also 40 acres of (and
near i4n lp MctiAi a -i ...
Trout Lke,Wasb ' f.
.iJir J. -iange ror bearing orchard.
rtMim h iiMnn 1 fan. inn r . " '
Ufo4 fl . . " "
rted min wu noca
Bianton, Route 3, Hood River'. On. "hi
Waniiut. a : 1 --
enced lro.lt man. Leonard EppsTKt. fs
Ing cbsrge. reliable; a mail you can SeMtfd
upon; write H care of Glacier. eina
Wftnfanri Tin uAr.fl i . . .
In good condition. Cash. E. H .Green , I tee
Oregon, phone Odell 404. '
Wanted Hllal,l . .
S5:$yXs ob The
with reTe're'nW tiVft'Treffid.SKrVJ
Chester Ave.. Pasadena. Cal. Partyto art
work about February ibih. 7 Jo
WantAf T,. t, . . ...
ui J. j 1 f"" "rea silver ucea
Ne. 4, Box 165. Hood River. BVegoT ' ' ,T6
IMt I rVSa I r rim arlaaau n.s It k
es with a case. Finder will be rewarded by re.
turning mmmt In U I- u ni --. . . . . .
Fair .j me i arts
For Butter Labels Drintad in aor.
ance with Dairy and Food Laws, call at
tbii office. -