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HOOD KIVER, OREGON, JULY 6, 1905.
No. H VOL. XVII. SOCIETIES. iiihiI) ItlVKIt MHXiK ND. 1(0, A. F. and A. M. Meet Silt iirilii v evening on or before mi ll full moon. Tui m an lil'TLKB, W. M. A. It. MoK, Keeielnr.v. IKMlll KlVr'.lli'H AI'TKIt No, 27. H. A. M. Meets first and Ihi'd Kiidav ninlilsm" each I, I, I, K. CHANIII.KIt, H.P. A. 1. MoK.jecrctary. ll7l(mll Kll CHAITKR NO.IB.O. E.H. Meets second arid fourth Tuesday evening ol each month. Visitors eordiaPy welcomed. Mils. .1, I,. HKIIS1INKH, W. M. MltS. TllKKKMA ( AST.NKK, tSeerelnr.V. llll.KWtl.HK LOIK1K NO. KIT, I. O. (. F -Meels In Fraternal h ill, every Thursday nichi. W. i a ni.kk, N. li. II. C. Hmitii, Secretary rfl'KN ENCAMl'.MKNT, NO. 4H, I. O. I). K. Kcitnlar meeting second and fourth Monday! of null month. 1. K. MonsK.C. V. B. KNTitii'AN.i-enne. LAUKKI." KK.l'.KKAH IiKtiKKK l.oDUE NO. SI, 1. o. I), r . -Meets llrst and third trldaya in each muiiili. ., . ., Mas. K. W. Piiki.i., N. O. i Mrs HoitA Timmso.n. Seereuu ;y. WAUOIMA I.ODUK NO. :l. K. OK P Jleets In K.ol 1'. hull every inesdiiy night. V. U. Miuck, C. C. H- HkWitt, K. of R. and 8. HOOD iilVKH ('AMI', NO. 7,702, M. W. A Meets in K. ol 1'. null every Wednesday night. I'll as. Junks, V . .'. U. i)AKIN, Clerk iTooI) HIVK.lt ( AMI', XU.7TO.W.O. W.- .Meels on first 1,11,1 mini lue.sday of each month in odd Fellows' hall. K. 11. Hl.AUii, ( . C. II. W. WAU'.elcrk. HOOD RlVKll l'IK( l.li NO. SM, WOMKN OK Vvoodciail-.vieeisat K. of o. hall on the II rut and Third Friday-of eaeh month. l.KNOItA Simla, (i. N. NKM.IK lloul.ow El.l., Clerk. ltlVKKSIDIOl.OlKil'.NO. A. O. U. W. Meets llrst and ihlid satin days ol each monih. ( I.. 1'oi'i'i.K, M. W. K. K. IIHAIH.KV, Ftlml.e er CUKSTKK SSIU'TK. Huoi.icr. KIVKKwll'K 1.0DOK No 10, DKUKKK OK Honor. A. O. I-. W.-Meeis (list nud tlllld r-nlurilays at & i. m. MlSsCnKA L'l'I'I'l.K, (.. Of H. Miss CAUCIK ( oprl.K, Kecoiuer. tIKDKIt OK W AMI lN(i TON HOOD KIVKR I innn NO. ll'J-Mecls 111 K. of 1. hall the second and fourth isalimluys In each month hi 7:;!0 p. in. K. I.. Uoou, President. O. V. DAKIN, Secretary. tii.Kt a AsF.Trii.rsuiTiiirt' s itki a rt- bans.-.Ueei- .he lll-l and third Wednes days, w,n l: I'coud and foiirtli Wednesdays Artisan,.' nan. ! I ' KoltKRU, M. A. C. 1). llKMtli II, Seen uuy. t'oliilT iiool. IIIVKII No! FoltlvsTKKS oi Allicl l. a,--Jo els serolul and tunitll Moll ilays in eiii i. iii.ui h in K. . I', nan- IS Mi. K. noNiir n, C. K. F i lluosirs, I', i'. t'AMlV I'usT. mi li.. (i. A. it.-MF.KTS AT A. o. V. V. . I, ii.. sivonu and louiili Hutur iliivs of each inoiitli at 2 o'elock ). in. All (i 'a. 11. n, I is invited to meet wl'.ll us. ,. i. I'iiki.i', Coinuiauder. THOMAS (los A .j.itaul. t.ANUV W.li..'. No. W-J1KKW HKCONU amli,.uiiiiMii,iro"s"i e.u'h Month In A. O. U. W. hall i ; .. hi. 1 ; i-1 . i-.m lihowKiis, President. I.1ZZ1K (IKK, He. I 1.1 y . . . MOl'NTAIN IIOMI-. I'AMl' No. MM, R. N. A. Meets in IheK.oi I', null on the second and fourth Fridays "i ''h month. Aliis. l AKKlE HKOSILS, O. Mum. F.i.i-a Iiakin, It corder. WAI'N Tf.MlM.K No. i,. RHlhlmne Slslors. MeelR seion . nnd lotnth Thursdays of each llionlll. AMANDA WHITHIIKAI), M.K.C. Hl'Kl.l-A ItH'llAlllWoN, M. Of R. & ('. " DR. W. T. ROWLEY, PHYSICIAN, SL'iit.l:0X, DCCL'UST Olllee in Minltli Kuildlng. Ollice phone Ufd. Residence phone 1KB. J. F. WATT, M. D. PHYSICIAN AM) Sl'KGEOX. Telephones: Olllee, 281: residence, Nil. HIllIOEON o. R. A; N. Co. yUS. MARY JOHNSON, M.I). Phvsician and burgeon. Olllces anil Residence in E. L. Smith lliiilding Over Flial Net. Hank. Enlralice, rear , ol Imnk, on 1'hird Wt. J I'oone :lll. H.L.DUMBLE, j PHYSICIAN aXI SLKtiKoN. Wuccessol io Dr. M. F. hliaw. falls promptly ausw. i ;d In town or country liny o imkiu. Telephones: Item.,, nee, nil: Ollice, DM. Ullice in In,- i.iosltl.s lluilUllir. DR. J. EDGINGT0N, Physician and Surgeon Ollice over the. I irst National bank, j DR. A. F. ROWLEY, j DENTIST. j Ollice In IlicSmi'Ji HiiiIoiiik. Phone Ihil. ; C H. JENKINS, D.M.D Dl'LNTlS'l'. I SiM'Ciulist on I row I'.i itl' WorlC. 'JVU;ilmiitK; lHf.'( resiUfiicu, lu .p. 1 OlHi'e over Hunk. Iluitf. Huod iiiti, .v. & H. ilARTWIG, LAW thi. Will Pia. ticc ii All Courts. Office wlrli (ieo. 1). Cuiheltsou 4 Co. leetlous, AhslrucLft, rM-uieiueiH o F slates. HOOD hUfcil. Olti'-.lA. I JOHN LELAND HENDEtiSON ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. ABSTRACTER, NO TARY PUBLIC and REAL KKTATK AGENT. For S8 yean a realdent of Oregon and Waah Inaton. Has had manf years . TpeneDC In Real Eatate matiera, aa ahatraotor, loarch.r ol Utlea and agent Batlafaction guaranteed or Bo charge. A.JAYSE. LAWYER. Abstract Furniahed. Money Loaned. Hood River, Oregon. r C. BROSiUS, M. D. ' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Phone Central, or 121. Office Honrs: 10 to 11 A. M.; J to S tnd 6 to 7 P. M. jJO.S U)N iiAKKKK SHOP iAy.NES 4 GREY, Paora. The place to get an eaay ahare, an up-to-date talr cut, and to enjoy the luxury el a aoroelala batn tun. THE O.K. barber; ..SH0P..j Four Chairs Jti'ip and satilai.tury work. Two haili tolw in iiiniieitiiin. RUSSELL & REES, Props. FRAZIER & SON, I'LASTKHKruS flue and Fireplace Work a specialty. JIiMJD UIVKU, OUKtiOS. Arrival and iM-purturc of Mails. HOOD RIVER. T he postoftlce Is oHn dally between m. nud 8 p. in.; Hunday Irom 12 to 1 o'clock. Mulls for the Fast close at 11.20 a. in., S.20 p. in. and a p. m.; for the West, at 2.M p. m. and p. m. The curriers on R.K.I'), roules No. lands leave the postottlce flt s.:) a. in. Mail leaves For Mt. Hood, dally at 12 in.; arrives lu.ai a. m. For Underwood, Wash., at 12 m., Tuesdays, Thursdays aud Saturdays; arrives same days at II a. m. For While (salmon, Wash., daily at 12 in.: arrives at II a. in. WHITE SALMON. For Hood River, dally at 9 a. in.; arrives at 2 p. in. For Husum, Trout Ijike and (lulor, Wash., daily at 7.3U a. in.; arrives 5 p. m. Kor Olenwood, Fulda and Gilmer, Wash., dally at 7.110 a. m.; arrives at ft p. in. For Pine Flat and Hnowdell, Wash., at 1 p. m. Tuesdays aud Saturdays; arrives same daya at 12 in. For Blnnen, dally at -Mi p. in ; arrives at 8.4o a. in. 0. 11. & X. TIME TABLE. East bound No. 2, Chicago Hpeeial. 11:43 a. m. No. 4, Himkane Flyer, 8:4(1 p. in. No. 6, Mall and Flxpress, 10:40 p. in. No. 24, Way Frelxht, 12:lf p. in. No. 22. Fast F'reighl, 4:0u a. in. West I'uund - No. 1, Portland (special. 2:5(1 p. m. No. H, Portland Flyer, 6:i a. in. No. S, Mall and Express. 4:4S a. in. No. 28, Way Freight, 0:2.") a. m. No. 55, Fast Freiijlit, l:0j p. in. OREGON SlIOfT LINE and Union Pacific 3 Trains to the East Daily Through Pullman standards and tourist leeplnir our dully to Omaha, ('litclitfo, Sjhi ksne; lonrlst sleenlntf ears dally l Kioisjik I'lty; throuiih Pullmiin tourist sleeplm; csr Inersonsallv eouducted) weekly to t'hicai:o. Recllnlnit chair cars (seats free) to the East dally. Chicago Bait lake, Denver, 6:24 p.m. FortUnd Ft. Worth, Omaha, Special Kanaas City, St. :16a. m. Ixiula.Chlcanoand via Fast. Buntiuiton, Atlantis gait Lake,' Denver, :00 a.m. Kxpreia Ft. Worth, Omaha, t.lb p.m. Kanaaa City, St. via IxiiiU, Chicago and Huntington. Eaat. Walla Walla. Lewia-f Bt. Paul ton, gpokane.Wal- T:Ua. a. Fat Mall lace, Pullman, :16 p.m. Mlnnaimli, St. via Paul, Duluth, Mll Ipokaaa watikee, Chicago and bay!" River Schedulo. FOR AS K llll A and :ii P. M. 5:UI V7 S way points, connecting Dallv I Pnllv with steamer for 1m aco, except except aud North liesch steam-! Hunday. I Htinday. er nassaio, asu streetxaturMiiv d(K-k (water ht.) 10:00 P. ivi KOR Dayton, Oreiron 7:00 A. M.IWW P. M. t ity and vanihlll Rlv i Daily Daily er points. Ash street except. excenl dock (water per.) Sunday, j Sunday. FOR LEW IS TON, 14:00 A. M.I About Idaho, and way points,! Mondav, ,6:00 P. M from Rlparln, Wash. W edn'd'y , Tuesday, ! Friday, j Thursday, i ! Sunday. A. L. CRAIG, General PaaaanMr Afant, Poa-tland, Or T. J. KINNAIRD, Agent, Uood Kiver. YOU EL BE SATISFIED WITH VtK'H .lnn:NEY If your tickets rend over tin Penver mid liio (intnilo Itailriiad, the "Scenic Line ol' lint Worlil," BECAUSE There nre so niany scenic HltruclioiiH and poin Is oi in Iciest alon t lie line lietween Oilen iiml Denver thai the trip never l.peonien Inesoine. I If you are KiiiK East, wrile for infor ! iimtinii itnd et a pretty iHiok Unit will ; tell ymi all uliont it. ! W. C. Mt UKIIiE, (Jeneral Agenl, 1.4 Third Street, l'OKTI.AM), OKKOON. Z R.JONES, Dentist , Crown and Bridge Work, j Teeth Without Plates. j Treatment of diseased teeth and gums. Offlce Droning I!uildiii. Phone 10!1. ! M. E. WELCH, ! 'tUC VL'llDIV lUV Wl'IHll'llV I II Ij I L 1 I, It I .1 .1 H I t1lltMliU.ll I Im inv(ar'd toitu Miiy work in llin vettTin ' nrv line. He i hii tf imind ly cullltiK ut or ! i.tiiininu tix I'lnrku at ilrnix .It iff Joseph A. Wilson Aficnt for Wire Wound Wooden Water Pipe CHARACTER READING j BY j Prof. Sizer ! Over Spot Cash Corner Grocery Store K.ll III.AXIHAH laNhler. The First National Bank OK Hooll III V Kit, OHKliON. ('ui)ital iiml Surplus, :10,(I(K). I ,;i,til,ll, ,1 .lllne 1. VMH. MURRAY KAY, Civil Kno-inocr and Surveyor HOOD RIVER, OREGON. Accuracy piiarnnti e,l. Twelve years' expei'ieni'c ill mine., of the foremost American railroad. P. M. HALL-LEWIS Civil and Architectural Engineer and Surveyor. Olllee, Second St., adjoining Whiicomi'i lintel. Itesldeiu-e alter April im, ( oiiiurv i nm inn. hoop liivi'.ii, oi:k;. JOSEPH A. WILSON HAS Developed Water Power for sule. Partus desiring power lor iiiiinufacturiiiK purpos-es w write to him. do well to R. P. ORR, CONTRACTOR Hrk'k-work, l'lastcniiy and Ci'inoiit-wiirk. STRANAHAN & StAYENS, Contractors and EuiSdcrs HOOD HIVKIt, (iliK'iON. S. H. COX Contractors and Builders Plans and Estimates Furnished. J. F STRANAH AN, Architect 25 years' experience. Will fur Dlans and specifications lor all Of Dish i hiiildini?s. Htrtctly up to aaie. UIUO VI 1 T, Located at Hood River. FREDFRICK & ARNOLD. G0PJTRACT0RS and BUILDERS Estimates furniBlmd on u!l kinds of work Wir.Tifiu" Arnold. Main Hit, A 11U1K n. Krederleli. Mats B. F BELIEU, Contractors and Builders jTJ'I.ANS anp Ksi imatki KcKNisunn "t "SIMONTON & SONS Architects and Builders. Iieenriilive'l'iiiiitiiitriiMd liiier IIiHiiriiii; I'lann furiilsheil. I'lstimatcs care ftlllv niHile. HOOD UIVKU, OKKOOX. W E. PENNELL, CAKl'ENTMlt. Window (i)itl Dour Krr( us, Yiiidnir nm! Dnitr Frmiit , )j)irt nnd Shirr 1'i.r- J "'", . , ltirii)(,C(irt t Jhinltii;. ( 'ivaiiiii'i mid turix. Iniiilnlrriiiiimiil fitriiiiitrr , Lrijiiit. Hood River, Ore JAS. McBAIN, Hood River Marble Works Am prepiiivt! to execute all orders for granite ;iinl marble work, monuments, tombstones, etc. Also contract for all kinds of stone masonry, con crete, I'tc rURF.KA MKAT MARKET, MlGI'IHK RROfl., Prop". Dealera In Frelh and Cured ileati, Lard, Fouitry, Fruits and Veuetablaa. IBEK DELIVKKY. PUONU Ik GOVERNMENT Timber and Homestead LANDS I have for location -otue choice apple lands ami 1111, ip'r claim-: also n limt'ii-liiiieiits and laud In script, ' all on or address. W.M. HAM), . I Kivcr. ( )ie. U.-. I'iiotie EEICX YAED. . I am iiiaiiuiV.ct urin yard near C(iliii!,l)ia south i)t' tow n. as lini ity of coiniiK n lu ick be found in the stale 2()().ouo to :',oo.ooo : hand for inspection. x at 1 1 iv nursery can . ll.ive rick on Price at yard H per thousand. Come out to the yard aud see how we make brick. a. t. zi:i:k. Water and Light Notice All water ami light lulls mn-t l,e paid at the cotn,any nltire eat h nionili in advance, on or liclore tiie llllli day of the month. No collector will lie sent out hereafter In ail cases, where hills are not i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 v paid when due, the ser vieen wiil lie di-cont .tiitod itnsil all arrearages, are i.tti i. noon i;ivi;ii i-:i.i-:cti:i" I., v. &. w. c. Hv E. K. (iOKK, Mr. K.S.KTAM.KV, K I. SMITH. Ties. Nliel'ii-s. KXKl TfOUV No'l'H'l!. Notice in hereliv iriven that Hie iin,li rsluiie,l liave heeli )), luted executor-ol th l.,-t will and tivtiiliienl ol I'eter !'. Kiuid-mi. i1,-, .m-,-,1, and ail pirlle- lolvlliK I'lnlm- 1,1:11111-1 11 tiiteol Kaul deeeiiaed are heiei.v 1 1 it to iirc.-enl I hem. with 1 1"' proper v,,ii. h. 1-. hi,. In -i iiionlh- 1'ioin Hie 'I'd'' 01 tin 1 , io toiid exwlllora at Hie otriee ol ;.,..-.- I i'n! I.itI-OII ill II 001 1 H'Ver. V.ll-oe., i n ., ! .O'l l'al"dal Hood Klver Oil- -n, .. "l May, PUS OKOlidK l. CI'l.l'.I.KT.-oN, JAMES KNH4HT. Kxecntorn of Hie last will acd tc-:i nt ,, I'eler Krederlek KnndMin. dii-.-i-e.i e.:i i- AllMlMSTR.U'Oirs SAi.i:. Notice is hereby iriven that un,i,'i un.i ,m imrsii Bliee of an onler of the County Cun t ,,f il. Stale of Oreirun for the County of V iim-o. made on the tilh tlay of July. I IN 14 , the und, tiKiml. inlmiuis trutor of the eatate of John W. Wurphs. Ilei-esl, on Saturday the I.'itli day of u 1.. . .it the hour of one o'clock p. 111.. at the Com eourt house (I, Kir in Ilallea City, in WaafOf.ne iv. Oiivoii. will sell al nulilie auction the follovunr iIcmtiIuhI rail estate iM'loi.irimr to the esuo .-;u,l ,l,.ceii-l. to-wit: The south half of (he lortiica-t cjiiartei and the north iuilf of the so.iihcurt (juartei of sei'tion eleven, in township one liortli, uinKe ten east. W. M. The terms of said sale will ! 4" pel cent of the solium price, cash in hand at the hn.e of the sale. :lu per cent in one year thereafter. :o.,i .111 per cent in two years thereafter, with 1111, rest at K per cent per annum on wiid deferred panieiUs. Said sale will be made subject lo c, normal ion by the Court. Dated at Hood Kiver. Oreiron.lhis lL'lti day of June. 1 90S. 0t0. T. I'liATilKlt. jtfijljl Ailnnioslriitor. NOTK'K FOli rUBI.If Ti!.. Iiepnrliiieiil of Hie Interior. Clliled Slates Land lllllee,'! lie I ml !,-, ireuon. .lime PMi,. Notice Is herehv t: 1 -ti that t In-lollowlnK-iiained seltler lias ill, ,1 notice of lii inlehlioii lo iiiiiae tlnal pioot 111 -upporlol his claim, and Hint said in i will 1,0 mioie heroic (leorxe T. l'rnther. 11. S. commissioner at hisotllceal Hood Klver, Oregon, on Au gust, ;i, putt, vi: ltAYMOND MAHKl.KY. of II, Mid lilver, Ore., II. K, No. Mill, foi i;.e K' N'.,', of Section '.".I, V'-.j Ntt'',i. N-clloll as, lownslop I Nortll, liilllLi-H K11-I. W. M. He tiaiiies Hie lollowilu; wilne-se- lo pro e his eolilililloiis residence upon tin, I e'li tiviillon of said land, via.: fen s K. .M,,i-e. Ciie-ter Siilite, Charles ( 11-ilier, John W. .Moore, all of IIimiiI lilver, oiclmii. MK'HAKl. T. Nol.AN, Ihui.-l, r. .1 J3-J12U XOTK'K FOR l'UIU.ICA I'IDN Deiiartment of Hie Interior, ljoi.l Oil! Tin' Dalles. On-iron. June 27, I WIS. Notice is hereby iriven that tlie followinR-naieed set I let-has tiled notice of his intention to ini.kt1 linal prtHif in support of his claim, an,! said pr, of will lie made before (ieorrfe T. Prattler, t'. S. Commissioner, at his ollice at Hew, River, Oregon, 011 Aiiiaisl :l. va: I.KWIrt C. WKYflANDT, J it., of Mt. II.k.I. Oret-on; on U.K. No. mall, for the S'-Sr'.,. NK'j SW4, SK1.! NW"i, of Section a, To". 1 South. Uanire 111 K W- M. lie names the foil,, winir witness's to prove bis continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, vi: James N. Knili'ht. (onrne Perkins. William S (o ilible. James R. H, e. all of Ml Hood, Orewon. jaijW MICHAEL T. NOI.AN. Ileuister. Slieriu's Sale Foreclnsiiri1. Mto'' 1.. Harbison, by Robert K. Harbison I her iiHorne.v in I'aei. ilalnlill. vs. Iionulns Iss'iiuiii" and Annie Locklmiii. loimeriy lius billiil and wile delen, bints. Il virtue ol an execlltion. ,t, nud order of sale, dulv Issm d out of, and mi, b r tne seal of Hie circuit eonrl ol tile lnle ol Oreuon, count v of U'aseo to me dlreeled dill. ,1 llieJTHi day ol June, l!if. upon a decree for 1 lie lore eio'sii eol 11 eertaln inorluaee, and ludijtiionl rendered and entered ill said court on I lie "llll dav of Juno. pHli, 111 the above enllHed eau-e. in favor of the plnlntlll', .Mary I.. Har bison, and iiU'ilost Hie di fenilaiits Houirliis i.ockiinoi and Annie J,oeij:n, Jndirmelll debtors iu Hie several Hiiins on three eeilaln promissory notes, to w It: tin note No. one, principal. Hie sum ol Hiiee hundred ( :MK) doll ars, lonvlhi r Willi Interest at the rale of !(i per per cent per 111:1,11m from Hie It'll ll day ol A pi II. I'.ltll, till the mil 11 day of May. It'll"., "tiioimtini! to tne sum ol three hundred, Hiiny lwo and Ml ltitl (-.;.a..",ui dollars, Willi Interest on said amount 110111 May mini, I'.Ht'i itnlil paid at the rateol in percent per aiiimni on note No. two, principal, live hundred liMlm d, dials, louelher With interest thereon aiilienneoi per cent per minimi for said time alilotilltlnx In l'11 lo Hie sum ol live li 1 1 ii . . e,l. loi'tv-tlnee, and ,'CI H iftii:l..'l'n dollar- wl.:, InP'iesi on said amount from .Mn.vHuili. mil, until paid, at '.he raleolsper cent p.t annum. .... , . j n note So. three, principal, live hundred 1 .'4 a n doll Is, logetlier Willi Interest thereon fur s'i d , line a mil 1 in.' Ill a 1 1 to Hie aiim ol live l.'tindred', fntv-lhree and S.MU.I (tfttU) doll'ii- with iiileresl 011 said aliioiitil from .Mavi'ilili l:n..". unill paid at the rale of s per oon'l pit cenl per nullum, all 01 Culled Slates -old coin: ini.Unitf an nuirregale a nit ol rourleen lllindr,.,!. Illllteell. 1:1-10 1 lilll'l IIP dollars principal and int. with Inlered there on fr-.111 Mm li'illl. llKI'Minlll paid, at rateaf it esaid and farther sum of twelve and MI-HI) ,- . .p. dollars lor (axes I'aui oy me p,a,,,,,i,, VIJ, i,.,i,.,v,i tiiereon from the :ih day 01 .iiiiv, 1: 11, no pni". , - ' : . p r 1111 1. all in I nifed Mate- to d 1. lo- eellier W illi Hie furllier sum ol one iiuudrcn and and liny iM.vii dollars attorney's Ice the limber sum of twenty t'-tii doll- ibe en-Is ,,t anil niw ii tins wi ll: ' and cmnniundiiiK nie to make aale of real pritlierty 1 eml'Uicod in sueli decree of foreclosure, and here ' iniil'ler deHcnls d, I will on Bat 11 rdny : the "In day of Aus-u-t, lH''.',, at the hour of one o'clock ill the ; afternoon of said day. t,d at Hie front disir of 1 Hie rounly Mi l house in The Dalles ( lly. Wasco I county, state uf OreKon. sell at public unction Ut i the hnrhest bidder for ca.-h in bund, all the rurhl. i title and inleresl whieli thu defendants DoukIus j l,oekman and Annie l,achnian, or either of I hem. ' bad on the Ullth day of April. 1114. the date of the niortiraKod foreclosi-1 be rein, or which such di ' feudal, Is or either of them herein have since acqu ired, or now have, in and to that certain real prop i erly' situate in the county of Wasco and state of i Orciion a'al dcscrilK'd as follows, Pewit: i n ...in, ,0 a ooint forty rods west from the 'norlhoast corner of the southeast quarter of (he i southeast quarter of section two, in township two I north, raie e ten east of t lie Willamette meridian: , runninir llience west forty nsls, thence nortll forty rods, thence east forty nsls. thence south ! forty rods to the place of beionninK, contniniiiK , ten acres of land, or so much of said property aa i wiil satisfy the judgment and decree, with costs j and aeciuiiiK costs- I Said property will Is' sold subject to conlirma- I lion and redemption as by law provided. ' lla'edat The Dalles, drawn, this 27th day of ! June; 1MI5. F. C. SKXTdN, I Shcrilf of Wasco County, Oreiron. I John i.ri.Ar :i hknukkson, ' nj ,. Attorney for idanitilf. Administratrix Notice. Nolle! , all oriie I I'., I III,' I i lor Vfii- i eon. M: . I'.i . lis Ik heri'hv j;Svi r( thnt in purntuiiw' to Iskii (I hv I In-Hon. A K. I ,i k'. Mlif' uiihiv CuiiTt of tlif Siiitf uf on-yuii, u Cniinlv, fliid-d lit I I if liiilli'i, nrc- ht'i'il :ipt n'lil ,1 sole admliilstriilrlx i of Hie est -lie ol W in of Hood Hiver, Was 1 yon. All per-ons ha In:! late ale reolle-ted :o I led. to Ille. St Die , W. Ko-s, lb a-ed, bile o Coiinly, Hlule of ore elallns iiiraln-l said es presi'iil iliein. duly verb lliee ol Iv II Harlwiir, . ultliln six I'll Illnlllll io ,' Ii-f i of Muv. a. n , I'tfi I'Hul'.IlK I 'iss, Adlioillstratriv. llooi l.iver. (me j from t I lati dale d 1 1, is '. .,t-ji APMi : sTi;.'!'(ii:'S NoTli'K Nolle,- i. ,., ,e c nil,'. lied aopo ot.'.t b f U'aseo rot, II- Paul I'. I'.illl tlie Honorabli i v. I he-joti. ie ,,,islr"'"i' o' the estate of d ,-eil. ..11 persons bavlin.' -Isines f laims imuin-t said e-laie are hereby nol III, d topre-etit tic sa to me. pioperlv lerllled, or ut Ibe otliee ol my ottoi neys. Menelee A V l-oti. at I lie I'n h's, lir.von, within six mollllis from date, if Ibis nollee. PAt'l. K. I'ACl SKN. Ad ni :ni-triitor of Ibe Kslnle of J-tj J'l .lames K. i'o-s. deeeasi'd. Notice. I- hereby eivn to the stockholders of the Mountain Vallev Water ( o. that all wboare delill'iuent on their -loek, mid who do not puv ihe lull amount due on wild stock on or before .Inly 's pmr,. said -loek w ill be -old for indebtedness julv , I 'ml. al the hour of i-.m oclis k p. in . at .1 !'. It'--.-' lu tne-lenil. Hv order of Hie Hour 1 of I lip etors, pi ' .1. I.. i.U'H T, secretary. Land for Rent. Nine ren- of siiawberrv and clover land, I situated oil I. viniili smith avenue, near town, i Water and Hume coveriiuf Ihe place. Cash rent prelerred W ill rent Irom one to three 1 vears. Apply to .1, X. Teal, Portland, ore., or j al the premise. J'-Dlf CREAMERY OR CREAM ROUTE FARMERS DISCUSS THE SUBJECT Fiillm-ia-tic Alcctinir Saturday After neim Kosnell Shelley I'resldes hh Cliairmiiii. A repri'Mentiitive Kntherinu of farni oiH nnd othern intereMted in the entah lislunent of a creamery or cream route in Hood Kiver valley met in tho rooms of the Commercial cluh Saturday af ternoon. That a creamery or cream unite would lie a tfood tiling tor the valley seemed to lie the opinion of all present. Which of the two proposi tions in the lient to consider, appear ed to he the unsettled question. A committee with a member from each of tho school district!) was fin ally appointed, whose business it will to llii, I out the number of cows in the valley, and how many would likely be secured if a cream route were estab lished ; lliis eoipibillee to report at a meetini; to be cull' d Iv Chairman Shelley in tl:e near It, lino. At ihe nol meet inj.', it is expected that a repri M utative of some I'ortland cieiiii,"iy will lie present to explain the uood points of it cream route. At the mine lin o sumo periuniient or ejuimit inn will le pei'.ected and a nioveiiioht. ,-t.irtcd Inward securing a ereameiy or a crenin route. Mr. Abbott ex i ds I , ti nt time to have tp.'im's at Imnd to show the profit ob tainable, iiori a cii-operntite cream ery. Tho ineoline; was called to order on the motion of A. ('. Staten to make KoMull Sin Hey of the Little White loin chi.ii ii tin. The objects of the i eetini were stated by Air. Shelley, r.d reiimikH called for from those t 'sent. Views on the subject were ? pressed lit; follows : .Mr. Slnti it. 1 am deeply interested I establishing a ereamei y here, be lirviiu; it is something; far nliead of any of our ot In r interests. Wo must not stake all our interests in two crops, l'liiee jenrs ntfo one of the business men of the town told me I was foolish not to plant my IK) .tores all to berries. 'Why', ho says, 'the business cannot be overdone. One coiner of Chicago can take all the strawberries flood Kiver can raise.' Had 1 taken tllis advice, 1 would have been bankrupt today. II. M. Abbott Statistic.", prove that i t profitable to operate creameries in a country of hih-priced lands. It will pay better than any other crop or product. Tho creamery business will return an income to the farmer every month of the year. What other crop will do this? It enables the farmer to lo"k niter such by-products as calves and link's, which iu turn can lie con verted into uood money. l'ersoiiiiliy, 1 am in favor of a eieiti! cry as against a cretim route. 1 1 1 o home consumption of butter is no small item. Let. us Kire employ ment to homo labor, aud work for home inthistiy, I!. I' Shoemaker I am decidedly iu favor of a creamery. I do not think we could realize as much on a unite as from a creamery, provided, of course, that, the farmers hero had sufficient number of cows. It would be a l'h" ' establish u route at first. This would tfivo some idea as to the profit in the business, aud would iu no way interfere with form ing a creamery here later. lloswell Slielley-1 believe a cream route the host thinn at present. This could probably be done at once, and it would nive the fanners mi oppor tunity iu tho mean time to tfi't more cows. Then if they decide that a lo cal creamery would pay better, we could arrange lo esinuiisii one tiere, Mayor A. S. lilowers 1 licliove you are oil the riulit track. In New York state where 1 was born, the fanners Krnw wheat and were poor. They es- aei.sneu uniry ninctes "t" can tlii'l anywhere. Laud there is ns valiuihle as it is in this valley, anil the dairy business is paying the oper ntois a handsome profit. This same thine; occurred in Minnesota. Wheat niisini; became unprotlitiblo. Cream eries were stalled and now the farm ers are iiettiiiK rich. The dairy Itusi ness would double the value of proper ty iu Hood Kiver. A. C. Staten Six years ago land about Forest lirovo was selling at iW an acre. Creameries have since been established, and this same laud can not be bought for less than su n an acre. They are ns proud of tin ir cows in that x'( lion of the state as we are 1 of our ap les and berries. II. ivi. Abbott '1 his same condition i pi e ails about lioi-e, IdahA Hay was a drug on the market at (,i and & a ton. I'anns wete ali mortgaged ; the people tui ued their attention to i creameries and today there is prosper I ity iu 1 'In lio. I Five acres of clover w ill keep ten 'cows, which wiil return 10 u month leach. This is surely a good income, ! from even j?: Kl Jnnd. I V. Wincliell The iU.-tioii of i profits in the dairy business appear settled. 'Ihe question which con ironts the Hood Kiver farmer is: 'How to get the cows, prices from a 1'ortland Here are dairy coin - any. v. Iiirli shows Clint tney j am an HVoiage of "7'n cents last Jear for ' butter fat. 'ibis is within a cent aud ,i 1m Ii of the wholesale price the but ter hiiitiu-i.l oi tho markets. We li.u.- t no something. I have Ol tens of tiny, but the market is, such that I am not in a position to sell, aud 1 fear that the market will not get Buy iicller. mere win lie outers wan hay on their hands If a cream route is not established, I have concluded to s.tai t one of my own, and have ar ranged with this Portland company to deliver cream to them. 1 believe three will bo more profit iu the under taking anil at the same time by feed ing my hay ou the farm it w ill not im poverish the soil. J. T. Neuleigh favored co-opeiative tieatiii ry, and thought tho time ripe for establishing one ou each side of the valley. He wanted a committee to inte-tigate the matter. The motion was, however, reconsidered aud at the suggestion of Mr. Wincliell, a committee named from each district to ascertain the number of cows iu tho valley and to report at the next meet i ng. Tliia rnuiiiiittet) was nitined um follows: Uoml Kiver-H. M. AliUitt. I'riinkton A. C. Staten. Pine drove V. Wluehell. Hnrrett li. V. Shoemaker. Crapper P. H. Martin. Mount Hood Jhiiioh LaiiKUl. Odell-K. 1). Shelley. Dukes Yulley J. O. Cameron. Anions the otherH who talked on the creamerv subject were: V. V. Willie., Mr. Siliitnan, II. II. iiailey and A. 1. .Mason. Mr. Ha i ley helped to estab lish the Hecond cream route in Iowa in the early 70's. The hiiHineati paid from the start, and is paying today. VASCO APPLE EXHIBIT BEST Wasco county may not have the best general display as yet at the Lewis and Clark fair, but the horticultural exhibit at the county booth excels anything of its kind to be found on the fair grounds. The Uood Kiver apples go outshine those displayed from Medford, that the gentleman in charge of the Jackson county display says there was no effort on the part of Ids people to make an apple display from Southern Oregon, Tho only near conipditor Hood Kiver has in the apple display is the Yakima valley. While the apples from this Washington county are flue large ones, they are so poorly packed that comparison is discouraged. The Hood Kiver pack so appealed to the eye of other exhibitors from the valley counties that they at once begun to pattern after this county, and to repack their apple display iu uu effort to come up to Wasco county. While a (ilucier representative was loot irg over the horticultural display one cay last week, a real estate boom er from Yakimn was telling of the great things his country can do In tho fruit line. "Why," he says, "we can raise apples just as good if not better than Hood Klver." When asked what the Yakima farm ers sold their apples for, he replied as high as 1.20 a box. He had not hing more to say when told that Hood Kiver apples sold f. o. b. for i'l. 15 aud as high as t'l.'i'i a box. Many of the valley exhibits are at tracting a great deal of attention. Mach of them have large collections of canned fruit and fruit in jars. Wasco should have more such fruit. There is plenty of time, but the peo ple should see to it that the best of everything, whether fruit or vege tables, are saved and sent to the expo sition. The Dalles has some promiuiu cher ries on exhibit, as docs Mr. Wood worth from tho Keystone ranch at Itel mont. Mr. Woodworth's pack made a tine comparison. Later lu the tea sou Kastern Waseo will be ou hand with grain iu sheath. She Tasted For Herself. The Dalles Chronicle. "I have read time and again of Ore gon's apples, of how that state sur passed all others in raising that fruit; but it was Impossible to comprehend how excellent they are. Now I see and taste them for myself," said a lady from Massachusetts as she stopped at the Wasco county exhibit and ate a Newtown Pippin handed her by Mr. Schmidt. When asked wbyJWasco's ex hibit attracted more attention than that of other counties, he said be cause It is a "live" exhibit. "While others nave dried and canned fruits, grasses and other dead things, we have the real article of fruit, supplied fresh each day. Through Commis siouer K. II. Weber ami interested people at Hood Kiver aud Mosier we are able to keep a good supply on band and make It tell for old Wasco." Mr. Schmidt is up on business and will mturn tomorrow. ; - - Most Attractive Kxlilliit There. Kural Northwest. w . ,H wthot douM . j Utled to tho credit of having so far made the most attractive fruit display at the exposition. Wasco county in cludes Uood Klver, which goes a long way towards explaining Wasco s pre i eminence, and one of Hood Kiver's ! good men, (1. K. Castner, is in j (diarge. It should not lie inferred jlliiit Hood Kiver is all of Waseo ! i ouuty, even from tho fruit-growing stand. oint, for even without the aid of Hood Kiver, Wasco county could keep any other county lu the North west hustling to keep even in the mut ter of fruit display. PORTLAND WILL BOOM AFTER EXPOSITION K. K. F.rwin is in Uood Kiver again. Krwin always gets back . here every so often. He sas he will some day come to stay for good. ' That Portland fair is great, I tell you," remarked Mr. Fd'wlu, "and It is getting a whole lot of advertising from the Los Angeles papers. The Times of that city is devoting a large amount of space evrey day to the ex position. Everybody down there is arranging to visit Portland, and no ! doubt many of them after they get a , taste of the superb climate here will want to stay here the rest of their lives. "You should have heard tho excla mations of the easterners when we cnu.e over tho mountains yesterday from the drouth-stricken Sacramento valley into the green fields of the Willamette valley. Ihe people ou the train, many of them from Southern ( alitorniu, thought tuey Dad come in to paradise. There were thirteen pas senger coaches iu the train. "The Portlnds real estate men who thought there would be dull times alter the exposition closed are going lo miss their guess, as sure as you are alive. '1 bore is every indication that P. n thiini w ill receive the biggest boom rho eer experienced from now on. Hundreds of people who come to the l i itlabd fair are so pleased with this Oitson climate and the inexhaustible pons ibilities of this Oregon country, tli.d they wiil return homo, sell out mill come to Portland as fast as the trains ill carry them." ltest Spraying Material nt the I. west prices at Clarke's store ADMITS IT WILL BE N. P. ROAD ELLIOTT'S STORY ONLY A BLIND Right of Way Agent Dispels Fours That Other Company Seek North Hank lfti.ilc. Hy a Staff Correspondent. White Salmon, July 4. The people of White Salmon do ut t believe for one moment that the Northern Pacific is not back of the railici.d project along the north lank. Wl en A. .li. Upright, who is st curing the rigid: of way tor the Columbia Kiver Naviga tion company, was shown the state ment in the press dispntcles that President Klliott of the Noitleru Pa oilio had stated that the company would postively not build ilymi-the-uorth bank, he smiled I It, i , Iv anil remarked, "why we are ti e Ctlt mbia Kiver Navigation company." Mr. Upright has gi ( t n a trifle con fidential with a linn. I ii if new made fi ionds and has coutiind many that he is working intlirei t !y h r the Nor thern Pacific, mid flat I e statement given out by Prciident I libtt was all a bluff, so as not in (he 1 Bst to inter fere with or rttard H e v. 1 1 ii of those who are now out securing light of ways. The schen e is. it is taid, to connect with the Nmthein l acifio at Pa seo. There has In en a great deal of trouble so far in gaining i lions. Those who live along the tc.lloy are not in the least hasty about signing contracts. S C. Zicgler (dieted to sell outright to the comi any, asking $7,5(10. He states that the survey that the company is working on w ill have a tendency to ruin his ranch. If the survey would 1 e changed so as to run near his residence it would destroy that part, aud if it would be the original survey it would ruin all his early land, nnd his ranch would be of little xalue. K. Adams is one that holds his laud at $.ri,(MH) and J. A. Hendctson wants $-1,0(10 for the damage that will be done him. Mr. Upright, after con ferring with the ranchers and offer ing them double the assessed valua tion of the laud required, departed for The Dalles for a conference with the directorate of the road. He w ill return Monday accompanied by the chief engineer. It is thought now that the engineer will endeavor to change the survey so as to avoid cases involvng heavy damages. Judge lirykott is away, but it is understood that he will hold out for heavy damages, as tlie right of way will badly injure his beautiful $IC0, OOU farm. Tlie statement made last week in tho Clncior that T. Wyers, sr., bad made a contract was in error. It scorn l that the land near the pofnt tho other side of Kingen was school laud and under lease only by Mr. Wyers. The progress iu the work 1 slow aud it will take some time for the company to get the options. Tho proposed new road is the chief topic of conversation on this side of tho river. The main fear epxressed is that the (). It. A N. might baio something to do with it. When tlie statement was made by President, Klliot that the Northern Pacific lit ill nothing to do with the movement, disappointment was'ln evidence on nil sides, lint those who had won the confidence of Mr. Upright knew bet ter and uniled at the statement. It took a long time for the cat to get out of the bag, but when it did it was as the t ilucier announced, the Northern Pacific. Mr. Upright, when asked confidentially as to who was back of the Ccltinibia Kiver Naviga tion company aud what road would be benefitted admitted that it was tlie Northern Pucicll and that conni ctiuii would be made at Pusco. White Salmon is stiired up over the railroad movement and tlie merchants are going to make the light of their lives to hold the city aud lo have the depot here. If it should In arranged that Lyle, liingen and Underwood would lie tlie stations along tho noilli shore it win Id Injure White Salmon. It is not diii'eult to figure out thut there can l( no depot at White Sal mon if : c is located at liitigeu, and vice vei ; a. The White Salmon Land company has oi obdenoe that it will bo White Salim i, and have purchased the lot on the comer of Main and Jewett ave nue aud will commence immediately the construction of a two story build ing 24x: feet. It will lie devoted to office use on the second tloor and store buildings below. The c. -.mi any will have one of tlie title olllcob wheu the building is completed. Those who have heretolole beeu backward in the ii:ouui;ent are now some of the most enthusiastic over thu project. You get the railroad on all bands and there is no other topic of couversaton. The ladies talk al ( i.t it over the tea cups and the men ( u tho road, at the lodge, and on ll i i ( i n ors. Captain Lnutorbach of the Watdiirg ton Hotel is contemplating many im provements. He says Hat he had confidence enough in tie city fo spend nearly Hl,(X D in a hotel, 1. 1,(1 now that the railroad is an assuied fact, he is willing to spend more. Iln will go up iu tlie mountain and ) ipu water to his popular horterly. 1 lie guests will have cold mountain spring water to drink, aud it will add grei tly to the fame of the hotel. A. 11. Jewett, one of the largest holders of real estate in the city, is up and doing. Ho sees a t leclid future for the unloading of I is h.nd at a handsome llguio. I ir jiara bo has struggled and labored to n ake the city a boomer, but for some li i.sou he would not accomplish what he de sired. The time was not ripe, but now he sees it breaking ami he is wearing a broader smile thi.ti usual, aud is leaving nothing undone to i boost White Salmon. He has made u I careful study of the situation uud has j gone out ou a tour of investigation to i find out who is back of the railrccd ! movement. He is oonlideut that he I has the right fellow. Mi. Machines of the While Salnu u Land company can figure it oi.t, and with the assurance from the staten, ent made by Mr. Upright that it is tlie work of the Northern Pacific, lie is (Continued on pn(e5.)