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than ever before, l'aint it with Won paint. Tlie AI1KI
VAI.uk of well painted property is many times tlie in
vestment for paint and painting. Neglect to keep it
protected with paint means serious loss to you.
Acme Quality House Taint is the most economical : it
tako less and lasts longer than ordinary paint.
Call at our More. We will Ully estimate amount required, ami
a.-int you in cIioumii;.' biiitalile e lo:s, whether you buy or net.
E. A. FRANZ CO.
noon i:ivi:k. uiiEoos
Fresh and Cured Meats
tmsESimmessaaKtvnKm'as.-Mgmfm ji tmum
In as large a degree as possible
we supply you, by means of our
packing plant, with the pro
duct raised at home.
W. J. FILZ MEAT MARKET
The boys are coming home
give them a royal wel
come and their old jobs
The returned soldier or
sailor will always fine a
welcome at our store.
W. F. Lara way
Bean Power Sprayer
to insure a crop
Place an Order early
to insure delivery
Supplies for manufacturers have been reduced
25 per cent, which will mean a
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
l'I M t : l ! 1 M I ! 1 1 I W-H !-H J A. WiUi.r.. curt bailiff. JIT."'": W. IP
IW.dy, t;T..-rS to Lop rt'! iretir.
J: List of Soldiers and Sailors i
Mrs. II. F. IhtvUi:ip, w..r historian
f Hoi kiwr county, is corripilirir a
-t if t'ie ranits if ail n.en who
fed ffm this cojr.ty. The nan
-ill ie sled from i;me to time in
. t-t of eri."e t'uu- i I ti.e vui:ty.
Tfw- l!tl !!iv r hijih si-ko; 1 s-erviu- j
as kt s'ai fur U.e follow i' : J
b-rva-. A! ra::am, G.rbctt Alexander,
...bn.!i. i. N nr.au Allr.-.. Uill A lie". I
.a k At.-:. r'..n. Joim Ar-ala. N xor
i-.ttev. I c I II, II. W.J. A. Maker.!
!.t-tt i!a U-v. I no LVtitlcy, r'loy.
irry, leia.l 1'e .er. i e.Arr eld Merry,
la. es l; kf, rd. iiaiotd hlaokr. an,
Henry HI .pit, K..y MUg;;, Paul l.iow-
rs, UeUsit Mo; elr.;ke. Call More-
rake, (jeorire Mrairir. KoUrt Mrans;,
Men Mictd, Edward Mro?ius. IVtry
Mueklin. A!!vn Mutton. Mali-olm Mut
ton, Wilbur by water, bryan I'ampU II,
Virtril Cameroii, Clarence Carries. Roy
Carries, Sidney Carrnne, Joe Carson.
John Carson, Forrest Carter, Burleigh
l ast:, William Chandler. Newton Clark,
lleeve Claxton, Samuel t oad, Donald
Cochran. Howard Cooper, John Copper,
tilenn Corev, Fred Coshow, John Co
show, Roy Dark, Will Dethman. Solon
IKihson. Raymond Early, I'aul Kmry,
Lester Fisher, Alfonso Firtbaugh, Wal
ter Ford, Ldar Franz, Selman tiassa
way. Ray Gibson, Haymon Glass, Ray
Karl, Henry Haas. Aiiai Harris, Hu
bert Hashrouck, Mah'olm Ikbard, Har
old Hebard, Robert Henderson, Harold
Hershner, Kenneth Hicks, Roy llol
nan, Carl Houston, Leonard Howard,
Vernon Hunt, Glenn Hunt, Chester
HiiKgin, Hill Hugiiins, Kudyard lm
holz, Harold Inalls, Forrest lsoni,
i;old, Armas Jakku, Eino Jakku, Mur
ton Jayne, Maurice Jayrie, Arthur
lohiisen. Charles Johnson, Joe Johnsen,
Carl Kent, Kenneth Koppe, Walter
Krese, Rea Koor.tz, I.troy Krohn,
I'aul Lancaster, Thurston Laraway,
John Le'llord, Arthur Lewis, Eugene
Lewis, Leon Littletield, Arthur l-oftd.
I'aul Manning. Yale McCarty, Robert
McClanathan, Annus McDonald. Clif
ford McDonald, Will McGuire, Dayton
Mcl.ucas, Clarence Miller, Matthew
Miller. Forrest Moe, Mark Moe, Roger
Moe, Chaffer Newton, Walter Nichol,
Donald Nickelsen, Lowell Nickelsen,
Ray Nicholson, Walter Niehans, Neal
Xunarnaker, Grunt 1 'aimer, Cheater
I'ape, Herbert I'hillipt", Masliull I'ineo,
tfol'l, Harry Tost, Walter Regiull, Roy
Samuel, Karl Robi rtson, (ji.ld, Oak
Rogers, Alexander Robb, Klthv Ross.
Lawrence Schetky, Einard Sevanu;',
A alterShav, Will Shcppard, Ralph
Sbcrrieb, Leslie Sherrieh, Glen Shoo-
linker,' Donald Shrevea, Kent Shoe
maker, Ro'jer Simi'son, Horace Skin
iier. Fred Smith, Kdwin Sonnicksei'.,
I'aul Si sey, Lee SpauMing, Karl Spauld
11,1.', Jaik Stanton, Fliiott Staten, Kb
wis Stockton, Herman Struck, (ieore
Struck, Je.--e Thomas, iMaretnv Swan
out, John S'lttholl", Emmet Thomas,
Alfred 1 hornst n, Clarke T'hoinpMin. Will
Tulman, George Turney, Edward Van
Horn, Karl Vonder Ahe, Algie Wein
heimer, RayWickham, Howard Wildin,
Terry Williams, Joe Winchel, Harry
Wiriick, Floyd Wright, Dick Yates,
Willard Young, Roselle Crone, Lucian
Carson, golJ, John Fleming;.
OF THE COUNTY COURT
(Uitiis Allowrtl Imu Kal Fund
Ij'm.r re;..rted by road foreman.
M. L. Lmry. .l!rO: Geo. L. Fn ry,
jiri.'O; Jack Couchn:an, i,il."; Cba.
ilclme. ilVil-f N. .1. Nelson. J 1 1.2";
H. C. Fre Incksen. $.t"i; H. r re -crick,
fl.-it: S. S. Turnbull. JIT.'"'; V. m.
Crapjr. Guy Cranr. $...;
L. M. Irel.tP.l. $!7:"ni; Wm. l'inir
v.ood, f2t.'i; I'rias. Wallace. S".i.jl: J.
D. Cunning. ; Horn bros., t j..,
t he.-tt r Shute. ilo "; ft ni. Whiting,
H. Hell. ilX; J- R- Dimn.i-k.
:!.".'ii; D. R. Leasure. $;t.2ti; C.eo.
Wbhait. if . 5.2m ; J. H. iK'ggett. il2.ti;
jas. HdWthor ., $'A : G. i.dgi, gtun,
j'.ot'; .letirings, il2.4'l; llarrv Hos
kins, tll.w; L. K. Can.pbe!!, $2:i.k;
Eil Traxtie, $y.tio; J. L. IiUle',
-flS.M.i- R. Vaughn. $24.Hi; Albeit
Krieg, fl!'.2-"; J. i': Dixon, $'".M ; A.
R. Cooper. JUi.NI. A.lVSagers. in.2d:
Wm. Reaty. $:it.40; II. L. Frngle,
ty.2o; Earl Ordway. HV.tV' ; N. E.
Thompson, $".0.11; E. ft. Dunbar,
S.tHi; Nate Gilker.-on. f22 4't; Horace
Gilkerson, f22.ld; Uuis Sears, t2;i.it.
S. C. Woody, f2d.!Mi; r. l. oiiy,
JIT. till; Orrie Camenwi. $-!' : F. A.
Roles, $i.so: Sam Holes, $.i.2t ; William
Gilkerson, $lti.CNt; Wm. Woodv,
R. E. Robertson, ?b.27; Ed Rice,
JLf.ii; W. L. Carter. M.20; R. A. Car
ter, J'J.t',0; J. ft. itrown. C. 1".
Saltzman, $S0; I'aul Fuchs, $l.f.o.
A. H. Cooper, auto hire, $.'i.(H(; (bis
Miller, road viewer, f.t.xtt; W. J.
Smth. chainman, ; At Whitehead,
road viewer, $'J..'H); Guv C rapper, auto
hire, ?2.IH; IeWitt Motor Car Co.,
Ford roadster for road foreman,
$o(H.UK, and supplies and repairs to
road maciiimry, $103.3t; East Fork
Irrigation District, one half expense at
East Fork, $ 43. 7 ; F'. A. Franz Co.,
road supplies, $25.85; J.O.Fletcher,
$11. 25; Hood River Garage, supplies
and repairs, $25.;i7; Hood River W ater
Department, $1.00; Hood River Garage
Cleveland tractor, $1.60U; W. L. Nich
ols, cash paid for freight, $5. IS; bridal
Veil Lumber Co., supplies, $:'it.bl ; A.
C. Staten, road supplies, $14.15; Stand
ard Oil Co., supplies, $24.Jii; Transfer
it Livery Co., team hire, $1.50; S. J.
Frank, powder. $rt 30; Coast Culvert
& Hum Co.. culvert, if lit. II: Hudson
Feenaughty Co., supplies, 14.75; Con
solidated Mercantile Co., oil, $.tiO; ft'.
L. Nichols, road foreman, $120.00;
Arthur Rodger?, labor, $25.20; A.J.
Jennings, labor, $l'J..rT; G. Eiliringlon,
labor, $15.75; Russell Vaughn, labor,
$l!t.75; Glen Lane, labor, $l!0; Sec
retary of State, auto license for Ford,
Cn motion of llannum, which carr ied
unanimously, contract for liiosi-ij; tie
steel bridge across Hood River in tie
city to the (Id Toll I'ridge site w,..
aw arded to I'aciric Foundation Co.
Countv surveyor was instmcteJ to
advertise for bids for graitnig road
over Van Horn hill, hid to be submit
ted before v xt meeting.
The petition id' E. Culberteon was
presented to the court, asking for a
rond in the I'pper Valley. The pcti
tion, notices and bond being regular
the viewers were ordered to view the
proposed road on March loth and tile
their report not later than March 24th.
Dated at Hood River this 12th dav
of March, 101!)
E. E. Shoemaker, Clerk,
Hy Kent Shoemaker, Deputy.
RED CROSS STORE
NETS BIG SUM
The Red Cross st re. ci...-cd Friday,
after intervals of tUf !its for the past
two ears. rep rts r-t profits from the
sale ef second ban i articles d nateJ by
city and lural families, of approxi
mately $..1,110. 1'racticaliy every fam
ily in the county has given something
to the Fied Cross store.
Walter Kinihali. chairman of ti.e
ways ar d means committee of the Red
Cross Chapter, states that $i25 have
iceri cleared by the sh p since Christ
mas. A large a-sor tment of substan
tial second hand garments remain at
the shop's head'iuaters. Ail of these
Will be used as a nucleus in a drive
soon to be waged nationally for gar
ments for overseas refugees.
Kiver Traffic Active
With the opening of spring boat
taffic on the Cohinil ia is becomir e
more active. The Dalit s-Columbia
line has put the steamer J. N. Teal in
commission, and the Twin Cities will
begin the run between Portland and
The Dalles soon. The People's Navi
gation Co., owning the Tahoina, is
now serving landings between Port
land and The Dalles with the steamer
Kellogg. The Tahoma is in Portland
PEOPLES' NAVIGATION COMPANY
Mill II 11 II ! I
' ' Tahoma ' ' and " Dalles City"
All kinds of freight and passei.cers handled. ' Horses and automobiles
given special attention.
Jack Barley, Ajent, Phone 3623
Claims allowed from the general
Mahlon Hall, allowance, $12.tKI; I,.
R. Gano, janitor, $;',5.00; Hovs' ami
Girls' Aid, allowance, $15.00; William
Davidson, care Mrs. Hanesmann, $.s.00;
C. A. Puddy, care of D. C. Miller,
t:o.oo; C. C. Walton, care of Mrs.
ft idnws' Pension
Cora H. Orians, $17.50; Martha A.
Curtis, $17.50; Rose Udell. $15.00; Ida
Parker, $10.00 ; l.uesina E. Hoaglarid,
rfiW.4U; Mary E. Miller, $10.00; Selma
S. Annala, $20.00; Lillie li. Forsberg,
$20.00; Ardie Merrill, $17.50; Violet
Crosbv, $'Z5.00; Addie May Mathenv,
W. II. Austin, bob cat, $2.00; Mark
fteygandt, bob cat, $2.00; F. II. Black
man, commissioner, $20.00; J. (J. llan
num, commissioner, $20.40; Rena An
derson, eighth grade examination,
$d.00; V. R. Abraham, examination ot
insane, $i,00; Jessie M. bishop, ex
penses $l!.55; A. K. Cruikshank, oflice
rent January and February, $10.00; A.
R. Cruikshank, surveyioK, $101.70;
Cottage Hospital, care .Geo. Watson,
$20.00; W. L. Campbell, serving pa
pers in 1 illamook county, $o.oo; Win.
Edick, deputy assessor, $7ti.O0; L. H.
Ginson, ollice expenses and traveling,
$25 b'J : W. F tiatchel, dray, if.OO;
(ilass & I'rudhomnie Co., record book,
:it.25; Hood River News Co., printing,
$15; Houd River Glacier, printing,
$00.80; H owl Kiver Laundry Co., $2.W;
Lou S. lsenhtrg, room for indigent,
$1.70; Hood River Water Department,
water, $1.25; .Thus. F Johnson, otlice
expense and prisoners' board, $2N.50;
J. ft'. Ingalls, auto hire for sheriff,
$4.00; lregori-ft'Hshington Telephone
Company, $7.1o; Mrs. J. E. VanNuys.
registrar fees, $2.25; James Hender
son, registrar fees. $1.25; E. S. Olin
ger, deputy sheriff, $5. '.10; Perigo &
Son, groceries to Martha FJick, $5 00;
Pacific Power Light Co., $4.20; Paris
Fair, clolliiPK for indigent, $0bt.i; Slo
com (S- Canlield, supplies, $5.75; F'. D.
Antrim, district sealer, $2.bl; A. C.
Slaten, groceries for indigent, $10.10;
Hubtiard Taylor groceries for Sam
Richardson, $13. 2H; E. i'.. Shoemaker,
ollice expenses, $12.09; F. II. Stanton,
fruit inspector, $10.00; M. B. Webster
teaming, $7.50. J. Rogers, sawing
wood, $7.00; VVascojCounty, patients up
poor farm, $75. 00; J. M. Culhcrtson,
refund of tiling fee, $2.50; K.C. Smith,
refund of ffting fee, $5.00; A. ft". On
thank, justice court fees, $12.00; E. S.
Ulinger, constable fees, $8.40.
ft itju'Ns in Justice Court
C. A. Hell, 1.50; Hattie Holgate,
1.50; L. M. Haldwin. $1.50; Dr. J. M.
Ditterhrandt, $5,110; Chas. Gilliam,
$l.liO; Mrs. James F'ltzgerald, $4.:!0.
(.rami Jury ft ilnessrs
Rhea. Fitzgerald, $4.80; Thomas
Horn, . 51. so, Hesjie Horn, 4.80; Ferd
( in nil Court ft itnevx's
Peter Lee, $0.80; Thomas Horn,
$!)(); Charles Gilliam, $6.80; Fred
W. J. Wallam, $3.60; John Kobeie
S't 10; II. S. Cauphev, $1.40 ; J. J. ft',
.oils. $3.00; C. D. Hoyt, $3.20; W. D.
Trotter, $0.40; E. A. Franz, $3.00; ft'.
W. Rodwell, $3.40; Earl Oldway, $3.ti0;
Fred Miller, $3. fill; A. K. Stranahan.
$3 (Ml ; J. D. Thomison, $3 rO; J. J.
Gibbons, $3.80; A. W. Stone, S3 cO.
( iiciiit Cmi t Jurors
R. E. Creson, $11. o0; E. V.. Gould.
$13.30 ; Geo. Gallawav, $12. fo; J. O.
Mark, $12.70, ,:. E. Miller, ?1.::.
R. F;. Yates, court repoiter, 23,75;
E. S. Ulinger, court bailiff, 21.00; John
is et the bottom of nest
iut indigestion afford pleas
ing and prompt relief from
the distress of acid-dyspepsia.
M ADE PY SCOTT & POWNE
MAKKRS OF fctOTT'S IMUUMON
How often we hear the statement that
some other locality raised apples "as
good as those produced at Hood River."
Many Hardware Dealers tell prospec
tive customers that their Ranges are
"as good as the MAJKSTIC." We do
not sell the as good kind, but nc do
Full Size Ovens.
Warming Ovens high enough for use.
Buy tne PEST and be satisfied
Al l. Ol MM K
Will be bought for Cash or on Trade
In the Cirooit Court of the State of
Oregon for Hood Kiver County.
N. W. llardnutn, plaintiff, Albert
K. Stranahan, executor of the last will
and testament of Adelia A. Strai.almn,
ilei-eased, et 1, defendants.
To Ethel Skewes, 11. G Skew us,
May Mottishaw, Fred Mottishaw, lies
sie Mooney, Hope Stuart and Charles
I'. Stuart, defendants :
In the nanje of the state of Oregon:
j oil anu each ot you are hereOy re
quired to appear and answer the com
plaint filed ajjainst you in the above
entitled court and cause on or before
the last day of six (ti) consecutive
weeks from the date of the first pub
lication of this summons, to-wit, on or
before the 21th day of April, l'.llO, ami,
if you fail so to answer, for ward
thereof, plaintiff will take judgment
and decree against you as follows:
Judgment against the estate of
Adelia A. Stranahan, deceused, for the
sum of one thousand ($1,000) dollars.
with interest thereon from the Kith of
September, 11117, at the rate of eicht
(8) per cent, per annum until paid, and
for costs and disbursements in said
-uit incurred, including one hundred
($100.00) dollars, attorneys' fees.
riaintilf also prays in his said com
plaint that that certain motktane made,
executed and delivered to him to secure
the payment of said sum aforesaid,
which said mortgage conveyeJ the fol
lowing described property situated m
Hood Kiver County, Oregon, to-wit:
"lieginninn t the sunken stone
monument set in the east line of the
VilliHin Jenkins Donation land claim,
No. 3H in township three north of
Kange ten East of the VV. M. 330 feet
south of the re: entrant corner on the
east side of said claim, thence south
ine degree and twenty minutes west
I wo hundred (200) feet, thence east
six hundred sixty two and seventy-twu
hundredths (liti2 72) feet to a point ten
(10) feet west of the southwest corner
of lot thirty-three (33) in Block ten
(10) of Stranahan'a third addition;
thence North two hundred (200) feet ;
thence west six hundred sixty-two and
seventy-two hundredths (0b2.72) feet
to the place of beginning, containing
3 2-100 acres."
which said mortgage was duly filed
and recorded in the office of the county
cler k for Hood Kiver County, Oregon,
on the 17th day of September, 1914, in
Hook It at page 4M of the Mortgage
Records of said County, may be fore
. los"d according to law and the land
therein described sold by the sheriff ;
that the proceeds therefrom be applied
to the satisfaction of said judgment as
plaintiff shall obtain in this suit; for
judgment and decree against you, and
each of you, forever barring you, and
each fif vou, from claiming any right,
title or interest in and to the real es
tate covered by plaintiff's said mort
gage, by way of dower, courtesy or
otherwise, adverse to plaintiff 9 claim
under said mortgage.
You are hereby served with the
'Uir.mons by publication thereof in the
Hood Kiver Glacier, by order of the
Hon. Fred W. Wilson, circuit judge for
Hood Kiver County, Oregon, made and
entered on the 7th day of March 19H.
which order also prescribes that you
shall appear and answer said complaint
on or before the expiration of six ((i)
weeks from the date of the first publi
cation of this summons and you are
notified that the date of the first publi
cation of this summons is the 13th day
of March, 1910.
, Glanville & Maker,
Attorneys for IMaintiff,
nil3a'24 Hood Kiver, Otegon.
An inspection will 'nvince you that
the service of tin' I'ahiee Hotel, l'ort-
lund, Oregon, Washington ami Twelfth
rtieeta, is second tu none. Convenient
to shopping and Theatre districts, clean
est rooms iu city or 50 1 1. and up.
best prices paid for Hides.
Higheit prices paid for Chicken.
AN'). ve unt your old Sacks and al
kinds of . I link.
THE SECONDHAND DEALER
THIRD ST. Phone 1213
Dr. William Morton Post
Uooms 1 and 2 Hull lildg. l'hotie 2401
IIOOI) KIVEK, OK EGO.
0. H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
l elephones : Otlice 1081; residenc? 333 :
Ollice over Hutier bank
E. L. SCOBEE, D. D. S.
Telephone" : ' itl'u-e 3U-1 ; residence 3421
Ollice in Brosius building
Dr. Carolyn underhill
Smith Building. Telephone 2021
V. R. ABRAHAM, M. D.
J. N. SIFTON, M.-D.
rilYSU'lANs and Mdi'.Y.oNS
Kimjiiis 1", 10, 'JO bmsius building
Kes I'houes: -lire' and 3lts
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
X Hay and Eleetro-Thcrupeutics.
Telephones: r.ol mill r.M
H. L. DUMI3LE,
PHYSICIAN AND Si' KG EON.
ChII promptly Hnnwer.".1 iu town or omulr)
I lay or Mhl.
Telephones: Kesul. nee, lull: o rtee, l.'ll.
OtBite la tlie BruHiax Muil'i'C"
E. D. KANAGA
Physician and Surgeon
It's No Little TasK to ktrp nsMO'tmoiits n to thf
staiulai'd in a stoiv likf this. IJ-.it wo accomplish it t.s
you will perceive when vou come anj imiuhv ii'an
thino; in the way of SHOES.
Whatever You Reqiire in that line you'll liml
here if it has merit. Lack of quality is the only thinv:
that will account fop its absence.
J. C. JOHNSEN " THE SHOE MAN"
"S I Alt BRAND SHOES ARE Bl T1I K"
For Auto or horse drawn vehicles,
Service to any part of the
Valley at any time
Fashion Livery Co,
Hood River, Oregon
Protect Your Surplus Crops
REF0RE you harvest your fruit, pram or hay, provide a
shed or barn in which to store it. And how about that
surplus that you expect this year 7 Maybe you Ml need some
temporary sheds. There's no need to sacrifice your crop
when we have so much
for Barn or Shed Building, In our yard you will liml every
thing in building material. Make up jour list and bring it
BRIDAL VEIL LUMBERING COMPANY
Yard West of Freight Depot -Phone 2I8I
I'lmiiee: Ollire 41M1
Olliec in Hlio!
DERBY & STEARNS
HpOD PIVER, OREGON.
Stranahan & Slaven
Contractors & Builders i
HOOD RIVER. OREGON.
LICENSED VETERINARY SI' ltd EON j
Ih prepurfit lo ilo any work In thfl vflfrir. !
4ry line. Il can tie fieinl by culling m or
el-mnrf lo the Kiihion single.
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR IT
We are selling Schillings Best Line with
a Money Back guarantee if you are .
not satisfied after using them.
Grocery of Quality
E. E. KAESSER, Proprietor
Whether you want
A Sandwich or a Banquet
we will do our best for you with prompt, courteous service.
We have installe.l the latest word in ranees -a hie I.ankJ.
It's the, best, but that is what we want for our patrons.
LUNCHES, MEALS, SODA FOUNTAIN SPUC I Al, I II S,
AM) CANDIES AND CONFI.C I IONS.
H. M. HICKS
Confections aild Restaurant