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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, AUGUST 31, 1905.
VOL. XVII.
No. 10
SOCIETIES.
n iol) RIVKR UMMiK NO. HIS, A. K. Hud A.
M. MwU Maturd.-y evening ou or before
men fill! moon. 'J human Butlkh, W. M.
A.l). Mok, Becretai '.
I11X)D KIVEIi ch AtfKR NO. 87. R. A. M.
Meatatlrat una Unrd Friday night of esck
IHCIllh. K. L'UAMDLKB, K. P.
A. 1). Mok, Secretary.
HOOD KIVKR CHAPTKR NO. , O. E. 8 -Meetaseenua
and found Tuesday evening
of each month. VIkIIoih cordially welcomed;
MK8. J. L. HKKMHNKK, W. M.
Mas. Thkkema Cahtnkb, Secretary.
I1II.KW1UIKLOIJUKNO.107, I. O. O. K.
Meeta In Kraterual Hall, every Thursday
,ugM. WM.OANOJIB, N. U.
H. C. SMITH, Secretary
KDKN ENCAMPM KNT, NO. 48, 1.O.O. K.
Kegnlar meeting second and totirth Mondays
of eacli month. L. K. Mobsk, (,. I .
11. K. Entkioan, Scribe.
LAUREL REBKKAH DKUREE LOIJOE NO.
til, I. O. O. K-Metta first aud third ridaya
lu each month.
Mbs. E. W. Udell, N. O.
Mk. Dora Thomson, becretary.
WAUCOMA LOUUE NO. 80, K. OK P.
Meeu in K. or P. ball every Tuesday night.
V. C. Bkock, U. U.
H. T. DkWitt, K. of R. and 8.
JtOOl) RIVER CAMP, NO. 7,7(B,M. W. A.
.vteets in K. of P. ball every Wednesday
lligllt. CHAS. JONKS, V. C.
C. U. DAKIN.C'lerk.
HOOD KlVElt CAMP, NO. 778, W. O. W
Meelaou tirst aim third Tuesday of each
1,nthlnOddEelloW. bai,l.H Blaoq C &
II, W. Wait, Clerk.
HOOD RIVER CIRCLE NO. M4, WOMEN OK
WiMiilmifl-Mcctsut K. of P. hail on the
lu. ..i. J TliiiU Erulays of each month.
l.K.NOKA STCHK, U. N.
Nki.uk iioi.i.owBi.i., Clerk.
RIVEKSIDE l.OllliKNO. I A. O. U. W.
Mills tiihl uud liiiiu (taturduja ; fucn
moiuh. C. l..l.ol'iM.B, M. W.
E. It. Hkaiilky, Klnalic. el
CUksTKu miltk. Recorder.
1 IVl-Rrtll.E LuLtiE NO. 40, DEGREE OK
Honor, A. o. II. W. -Meets first and third
ftalurdioaat 8 1. in. ...
&i iss CollA Ciil'M.K, 0. of II.
Mum cabbie Coi-pi.h, iiecuidir.
ORDERt'K WAMIiSUIO.N llUOD HIV ER
Lllliiu No. 112-Meels III Iv. of P. hall the
second und louiin Bui in Uuys lu each month
at I::) p. in. E. L. Roou, President.
C. II. Lakis, Hecretiiry.
OLE'i'A ASSEMBLY NO. 103, UNITED ART-i.-iins.-MeeU
me Hisl und third Wedues
uiiys, woik: iccoud and fourth Wednesdays
A tisiins' hull. J. l. Kobkhu, M. A.
c. D. iIknkk h, Kecriuu-y.
CVUKTiit.ol HI v. ER NO. 42, K0RE.VI ER8
oi nincriiii, -Meets second and rouitu Mon
uujs hi eaeu liuin h in K.ot P. hall.
OKo. I'ox, C. R.
F. C, HllOHiLS, F. C.
Canbv post, no iii.o. a. r.-meets at
a. O. U. W. hull, sccniidund lourih Sulur
illiysol each niLiith al 2 o'clock . III. All
O. A. R. iiienitH'is inviled to uiei'l Willi us.
a. I. riifci.i-a, Cuinaiiiudur.
THOMAS tiuMH, AujUtUlll.
C NB W. It. I'., No. It MEETS SECOND
und iiaiitli suiur.iHjsol' each Moutli In A.
o. U. W. hull ul 2 p. in.
Ei. I. k.n 1U.OWKHS, President.
I.izzik CiEK, Hecreljiry
MOUNTAIN HOME CAMP No. 34(19, R. N. A.
.tleets ul the K. ol P. Hall ou the second uud
fourth Fridays ol eueh month.
Mrs. Cakbik Hbosius, O.
.Muh. Ella Dakis, R eorder.
W AtiSA Tkmfi.k No. li. Kalhbone Sisters,
.neeisseeou and lounh Thursdays of each
I.IOlllll. AMA.N1IA WH1TKHKAU, M.E.C.
- iulla Richardson, M. ol R. A C.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
1'HYSICIAN AND SUKGKOX.
Telephones: OHlee, M; residence, all.
SUUOEON O. R. N. Co.
KS. MAKY JOHNSON, M.J).
Physician and Surgeon.
l!llce and Residence in E. L. Smith Building
Over First Ni t. Bank, Entrance, rear
of bunk, ou Third St.
Phone 311.
H. L. DUMBLE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON.
Successor to Dr. M. t Sliaw.
Culls promptly answer id In town or country,
Day or Night.
Telephones: Residence, oil: Olllce, (113.
Office lu Hie Brosius Building.
DR. J. EDGINGT0N,
Physician and Surgeon
Oflice over the First National bank.
Ofllce phone 1433. Res. phone TiiXl.
M. F. SHAW, M. D.
O I lice in Jackson Block.
Ollti'e phone, No. 1471. Residence, No. SI);!.
DR. U. 0. DEPUTY,
Uraduale of the American School ol
OSTEOPOTHY,
of Klrksv lie, Mo., desires to announce to the
eitmoiiN of Hood River aud adjucenl country
tuat lie has located in Rooms u and 6, second
Bioi y of the Smith building, lor the practice
of Osleopothy.
lie win be glad to meet the friends of this
dmt; less science, und especially the hopeless
ly sick.
Come In and talk with him.
Consultation Free.
H.nlth Block. Phone 9oi
C. H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
DENTIST.
Specialist on Crown and Bridge Work.
Telephones: oUce, 283; residence, llHft.
Office over Bank Bldg. Hood River, ore.
M. E. WELCH,
THE VEItKIXARY SURGEON.
Is prepared to do any work In the veterin
ary line. He can be found by callfoK at or
pluming to Clarke a drug store.
E. H. HARTWIG,
LAWYER.
Will Practice In All Court.
Office wirh Ueo. D. cuibertsou Co. (JoL
le tioua, Abstracts, settlement of c males.
HOOO K1VEK, OKFcj i.
JOHN LELAND HENDEKbOM
ATTORNKY-AT-LAW. AB8TBACTKB. HO
TABY PUBLIC and RIAL
XBTAT1 AO INT.
For M T'ra reaidant of Orefoa and Waah
lveten. Haa had many yeara axparianoa la
fc. .1 KaUM mattara, aa abatraator, Marcher at
flllea and ajent. BatlalaoUon fu.tal 1
bo charga-
A k. JAYNK.
LAWYER.
AUtracU FurnUbed. Money Lonod.
Hood River, Oregon.
p C. BROSIUS, M. D.
PHY6IC1AH kstu ounuj.ua.
'Phone Central, or 111.
Office Honrt: 10 to 11 A. M. j I to S
and 0 to 7 P. M.
Arrival and Departure of Malls.
HOOD RIVER.
The postoffine lsoien dally between 11 a. m.
aud K p. ni.; Sunday trom 12 to 1 o'clock. Maila
for the East close at 11.20 a. m., 8.20 p. in. aud
9 li. in.; for the West, at 2.40 p. in. aud p. m.
The carriers on R. F. D. routes No. 1 and 2
lcnve the posUirBce at S.30 a. m. Mall leaves
For Mt. Hood, dally at 12 m.; arrives 10.3)
a. in.
For Underwood, Wash., at 12 m Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays; arrives aame duys
at II a. in.
For White Salmon, Wash., dally at 12 m.;
arrives at 11 a. m.
WHITE SALMON. .
For Hood River, dolly at 9 a. m.; arrives at
p. in.
For Hnsum, Trout ljtke and Ouler, Wash.,
dally at 7.do a. m.; arrlveB 5 p. m.
For Ulenwood, Fnlda and Ullnier, Wash.,
dally at 7.:) a. m.; arrives at ft p. in.
For Pine Fiat and Snowden, Wash., at 1 p.
m. Tuesdays and Saturdays; arrives same
days at 12 ni.
For Blngen, dally at 4.4S p. in.; arrives at
8.4S a. m.
O. R. & N. TIME TABLE.
East bound
No. 2, Chicago Special, 11:43 a. m.
No. 4, SiMikane Flyer, 8:40 p. m.
No. d, Mall and Express, 10:40 p, m.
No. 24, Way Freight, 12:15 p. lu.
No. 22. Fast Freight, 4:05 a. m.
West bound
No. 1, Portland Special, 2-M p. m.
No. 8, Portland Flyer, &:M a. in.
No. 5, Mall and Express 4:4a a. ill.
No. 2.1, Way Freight, :2! a. in.
No. 66, Fast Freight, 1:06 p. m.
OREGON
Shoit line
and union Pacific
3 Trains to the East Daily
Through Pullman standards and tourlat
leeplnir cars dally to oniahn. Chicago, Hpo
ksne; tourist sleeping curs duily to Kunsaf
City; through Pullman tourist sleeping cai
fneraonaallv conducted) weekly to Chicago
Reclining chnlr cars (seali free) to the East
dally.
n. TIHE SCHEDULE! aaivl
p,ftT Partl.na. Or.
Cblcago Bait iJike, Denver, r2ca.av
Portland Ft. W orth, Omaha,
epecial Kansas City, at.
:16 a. m. Louia.Crilcagoand
via tahL
Huntiugtun.
Atiantlo gait Lake, Denver, l0a.M.
Kipress Kt. Worth, Omaha,
1:15 p.m. Kansas City, St.
via Louii.culcagoaud
Huntington. last.
Walla Walla. Lewia
Bt. Paul ton, Suokane.Wal- Tslia. as.
Fast Mall lace, Pullman,
;16p. to. Minneapolis, St.
via Paul, Iiuluth.MU
Spokane waukea, Chicago
and Kait.
River Schedule.
FOR ASTORI aridT-tio f'.'V.
way points, connecting Dally
with siHiimer for II - aco ex-ept
and Nortli lleach steam- Sunduv.
6:00 P. M
Daily
except
Sunday.
er Hassnlo, Ash street Satiinliiv.
qock (Winer per.) 10:00 P. M
FOR Dayton, Oregon
City und Yamhill Riv
er polnls. Ash street
dock (water per.)
FOR LEW IS TON.
7K A. MJ5:30 P. M.
Dsily
Dally
except
Sunday.
except
Sunday,
4:00 A. M.I About
Idaho, and way points,
Monday, 6 00 P. M.
Wedn'd'y I Tuesday,
Friday. Thursday,
I Sunday.
iroui uiparia, vv asn
A. L. CRAIO,
General Passenger Agent, Portlaa, Of
T.J. KINNAIRD, Agent, Hood River.
BON TON
...Barber Parlors...
The place to get an easy
shii veand first-class hair cut.
Our shop is metropolitan in
every respect.
Porcelain Baths in Connection
DeBORDE & GREY.
50,000
WELL BRICK
350,000
Building Brick
For Sale at the
BRICK YARD
A. T. ZEEK.
P R. JONES, Dentist
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plates.
Treatment of diseased teeth and (rums
Office llrosius Building-. Fhone 1091.
W. A. Morgan & CO.
Suceemur to Ganger dV Hartley
Heavy, and Light Draying
and Team Work, etc.
Phone 1421. HOOD K1VER, OR.
F. Q. COE
Carpentering
Phone 1443
F.B.8TANI.IY, E. I Smith, K.O.Bi,anohAR
I'rea. Vlce-1'rea. Cashier,
The First National Bank
OF HOOD RIVKR, OREOON.
Capital and Surplus, $30,000.
Established June 1, 1904.
P. M. Hall-Lewis & Co.
ARCHITECTS
Civil Engineers & Suryeyors
Sixteen years' actual experience in New
York, Han Francisco ai'd Portland enables us
to offer the latest Ideas in style, finish and
economic construction. We submit sketches
and preil Inary specifications for dwellings,
hotels, schools, churches, mills and business
blocks on short notice, subject lo approval.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Davidson UMg. 11 OOl J KIVKR, ORE.
MURRAY KAY,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Accuracy guaranteed. Twelve years'
experience on gonio of the best Ameri
can railroada, Conxultation free.
J. F. STRANAHAN,
Architect
0 tt yaari' eiperience. Will lor
Blah plani and apeclfloationi lor til
kindi of buildinM. Strictly up to daU.
LocaUd at Hood River.
W. 0. SANDERS & CO.
ArcWtects, BnililuiE Contractors
We are prepared to niske plans for up-to-date
buildings, and handle all Kinds of build
ng contrscts. S-e us before building.
STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
Contractors and
Builders
HOOD KIVKK, ORKGOX.
S. H. COX
Contractors
and Builders
Flam and Eitimatii Fdmiiiid.
JOSEPH A. WILSON
HAS
Developed Water Power
for sale. Partus desiring power for
manufacturing purposes will do well to
write to him.
R. P. ORR,
CONTRACTOR
Brick-work, Plastering and
Cement-work.
B F. BELIEU,
Contractors
and Builders
4 Plans and Khtim atkh Kuknihhkd
FREDERICK & ARNOLD,
CONTRACTORS
and BUILDERS
Eatimatea furniihad on all kinds of work
IMirmua- Arnold, Main K.
liUIietl. fmrtarirk. u.i- ma
IMONTON "&S0NS
Architects and Builders.
Uecorallve Painting: and Paper Hanging
Plans furnished. Kstirnates care-
ft) 1 1 v made.
HOOD KIVKK, ORKGON.
FRAZIER & SON,
PLASTERERS
Flue and Fireplace Work a specialty.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
ASSOCIATION
of McMiiinville. Oregon, will insure your
property at tSO per cent less cost than
auy other institution.
FRAMi J. PKItKIS, SM!cial Ajjent.
Room 7, Vogt building, The Dalles.
JAS. McBAIN,
Hood River Marble Works
Am prepared to execute
all orders for granite and
marble work, monuments,
tombstones, etc.
Also contract for all kinds
of stone masonry, con
crete, etc
THE
O.K.
BARBER
..SHOP..
Four Chairs
Quick and satitdactory work. Two bath
tulw in connection.
RUSSELL & REES, Props.
GOVERNMENT
Timber and Homestead
LANDS
I have for location aome choice apple lands
and timqer clulnii; alvo rfciir.qulnhjnet.tn and
land to .tcrtpt. Call on or atldreKg,
Wm. F. HAND,
Res. Phone 376. Hood River. Ore.
Joseph A. Wilson
Agent for
Wire Wound
Wooden Water Pipe
MISS GERTRUDE M. WALLACE
OF MIKNEAt'OI.IH
Teacher of Piano
Will receive piano puplla at th reaidenoe
of Mra. H. I). HtfWHrt, Hood Klver. Terma
reaaonatile. Call anernoom or 'phone 4.
CITATION.
In the County Courtof theState of orvKnn
ftir the County of Waaco.
In the matter ofthel'lttate of (liniye Owen,
detvawd, by Kriward CkU, Adiniiilsimliir.
To the devlaeea and helra and all oilier un
known, and Oeorire Orion Owen, father of
George Owen, deceased, (Jreetlnir:
In the name of the mate of On gim, yon are
hereby cited and required to upieiir lu the
t'ounty Court of the male of Oreiton, for the
County of Waaco, at the July term of Bald
Court, at the Court room thereof, at Halle
City, In aaid comity, on Monday, tlieiKth day
of AngiiKl. 1KI5, at ten o'cliK-k In the forenoon
of that day, then and there to rhow cause, if
any eilst, why an order or sale should not he
made of the real eatate aoiiKht to lie wild in
accordance with the prayer of I lie- petition ol
tlieadnilnlBtrator, Kdward Cixik, hereUifore
tiled la tills oh use, and which miiil mil eatate
therein described la altuate In the county of
Wasco and State of Oregon, and known as
theaouth half of the aoiuhwesl iiuarterof the
nortliweat quarter of section twelve, In town
ahip two north, of range ten east, of the Wlll
ametle Mtrldlan, contalniiiK Aiacresut lnnd,
more or less, and the part of which said land
gouirhtto be aold la the undivided one-hall
Intercut belonging to Raid estate.
Til la citation la laaued by order of the Coun
ty Court of Waaco Couiity.Oretjon, A. K. Lake,
County Judge, entered on the lMh day of Julv,
lMM, and publl atloi. ia made In Hood Klver
Uiavler, published weekly In aald county and
state as a weekly newspaper of general circu
lation, n accordance with the terms of said
order, for lour aucoeaalve weeks, and for live
auccesstve Insertions, the first publication of
which paper allowing tnia illation is tne
day of j
SKA I.J
uly, A. 1. ist.5.
Wltnese the Hon. A. E I.A K I), lodge
of the aald t'ounty Court, with the
Heal of aald Court urtixed, tills r.uh
day of July. A. I). It-,.
B. BOLTON, Clerk.
Attest:
Notice.
Is hereby griven to th stock ho Ulern of the
Mountain Valley Water Co., that all who are de
linquent on their Block and do not pay the full
amount due thereon; on or before Sept. 15, HuTi,
Raid stock will be sold for the indehtlneHg, Sept.
15, lWf, at J. R. Keen' ranch, at Mt. Hood, at the
hour of 2 o'clock, p. m. By order of the board of
direcUmi. JL. OKUKF, Set
Who Wants It?
It In nn III wind Unit blown no wn. The
Hood railroad has cut my farm In two tracts,
and 1 am tfofnic to veil one of them ( heap.
There l about lfl acre, lft of which In Hct In
Ncwlown and Nidteenberg apple trcet; eo4d
koII; well watered; location In the heart of our
beat apple district; vIoha to a 4-r4Kni nuicd
Behoof ho u se, und rural delivery and tele
phone aervice at your dwr. Tenna euy. For
particulars, Inquire of A. 1. Mutton. n3
Notice
All persona are hereby notified not to give
credit to my wife, Dalay Richardson, as I wilt
not be responsible for her debts.
uM Calvin Richardson.
Notice I am not like my husband. 1 have
no debta in the state of Oregon, and never did
have. Mra. i'ulvln Ktclitiruson. 7
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Thomfls L. ClarV Estate. Notice la hereby
given that the undersigned bus been Hppoint
ed Administrator of the estate of Thomas I,.
Clark,, deceased, by the County Court of the
Hi ate of Oregon, for the county of Wasco, and
that he has duly tjtialiried for iHid trust. All
persons having claims against said CKtate
must prest nt ttie same to the undersigned, ut
the olnce of George T, Truther, in the city of
Hood Klver, Wasco county, stale ol Oregon,
within six months from the datu hcreot, duly
verified as by law required.
NKWTON CLARK,
Administrator of the eatate of Thomas
L. Clark, deceased.
Dated and first published Aug. 10, 1WS -M
CONSOLIDATE!)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, Ijind Otllce at
Tl.e Lalles, Oregon, Aug. S. lilOfi.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settlers have filed notice of their inten
tion lo make proof in an p port of their re
spective claims before C -i' '.tho-, Culled
Htates commissioner nt UchhI Klver, Oregon,
ou nept, M, jvo;), as ioiiows:
FRANK H. INGHAM
of Mosler, Oregim, on 11. K. No. H;t15, for the
lotaS, -t mid i1) Kiel HKJ4, NWi, Hectnui 3.1, T.
UN., R. I IK., W. M.
Witnesses cliarlea Wells and MHrk K.
ThonuiH, of ll4Kd River, Ore., and George
('hatnlerluiu aud Alvu M. Critchurd, of Mo
aler, Ore.
MARY DONALDSON
of Moaler. Ore., II. E. No. K;t41, for the lota 1
audi, and NKU, Hoc. 32, T. aN.. R. UK.,
W. M.
Itnesaea Same as above.
Uu MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register.
Off for Mt. Mood.
Parties of two or three wishing to make the
trip lo Mount Hood, at a reasonable rate, call
up Phone lt'd. Hood River.
Land for Rent.
Nine rcrea of atrawborry and clover land.
altualed ou Lyiiimi smith avenue, near town.
waier anu notne covering the place. I ami
rent preferred. Will rent Irom one to three
yenra. Apply to J, N. Teal, Portland, Ore. or
at the premlaea. J)tf
$20 Reward.
Twenty dollar, reward la hereby ottered for
the arreHt and conviction of the peraon or
peraona who hxtk the mirror and ax from the
On
rapper school houae In acbool dialrlct No. til
In
aaco county. Oreiron. l.y autlioritv
the board of dlrectora nt aaid district. J
JorrtHn. clerk. 7
White yalmoii-JIood River
Two big sail boats, two
big perfectly Safe gasoline
lmiTwlioa nri.l tier, h r arrv
.....,. ...... ... J :
scows.
charge.
hours.
expert sailors in
Boats leave at all1
DEAN & PEARSON
frrmcn.
"The Half Way House" j
The Falls Hotel
(IPO W r.ADTPD Dm.
The most beautiful spot on
,i nn .. n i 1 ,
the White halfllOn river.
Vmv linnuo 90 fino lnrrrn'
, ' , . , '
rooms, newly furnished.
Large feek barn in connec
tion. Husum, Wash.
For Irrigation o'dty Lots
Notice should be given at the oflice of
the Light and Water Co. when water
WATER
is used for sprinkling. We lay sprink-'
ling because it is the only method by I C. W. Murphy, w ho resides at
which we agree to furnish water for irri-' Willow Flat, nine miles south of this
gation. Beware of the man with the city, reports to l!o.-well Shelley, the
wrench. If this point is overlooked, like- Glacier's Odell crres dent, that one
wise the proper time to sprinkle as no acre of strawberries this summer
further notice will tie given. yielded him gross receipts amounting
Consumers whose residences front the to frJTG.l.j. In addition to this there
south sides of the streets named below 1 were sulllcient berries to the one acre
will sprinkle between hours of 5 and 11 which he used himself to have made
a. m. ; those on the north fide between the returns, had all the fruit been
3 and 9 p. m.j Columbia, River, Oak shipped, fully fc'iuo. Deducting ex
and State e recta, and Sherman and Ha-' penses, Mr. Murphy's crop of -traw-tel
avenues. berries on the ono acre netted him
In case of alarm of fire all sprinkling il"0. Mr. Murphy has his figures all
should be stopped promptly.
K. K. U0FF, Mgr.
NEXT MEETING
WILL BE HERE!
IRRIGATION MEN ARE COMING I
State AsMiciatlon Scloits llooil liber
as riat'o fur ( iiini ntion
Septi'itiluT, l!)t)li.
llooil Kivcr will riitcitiiin tlio (lro
Koii Irrigiition nsnii iutiim noxt Sii
tombor, wlimi tlin Diniiiiizntion will
liolil its nniiual MUM'tiii horo. The
iuvittition to i'(iiiio to ihnul Kiver was
extondod to tlm asKiiciiit inn liy K. L.
Smith, who is third vice iircsidi'iit of
the National Irrigation coiircss, (lov
ernor Panlt'O of ('iilifoinia licin jirou
idont of the oi'tianiat inn.
Tint llionibpfs of tin' Oregon itscoriii
tion readily atrni.t ! Mr. Smilh's in
vitation, extended to them ho-t week,
at the cUtee nt' t he i.i.hdhI meet inn held
in Portland, in i nnr.i it inn with the
BeHsioiiH ef the N;. Unhid Irrigittion
coiinii'Htt. .Mr. Smith in UU talk I -fore
the convent ion. in in.- nit in the
invitation of llnnd l:;ur, .tutid that
?UK),(HK) had lu-en e'i nded in t he enn
strnctinn of two i xtenivn irr iri l inn
BynteniH, in: '. that, i Mother diMriet .it
farmei'si in this vnl'ev were hnnilinj;
for r?C(l, IV? i l,,r t!;!. r'e .. -inn t'u n i.f a
third laixe i-y. ten'.
Tht llond Ki.ir ien'le will tniikp
preparations to lavii-hly eiit'ertain the
ileleKitteHwho will hate an nppcrtn
lilty hero to fen 1 he prael ical ellei't,
of in i(,'ut ion in the matel.li ss friiite
of tho l'unions api'le refiion.
The Hensimin of luth the nntinni l ir
rigation I'onnt'ei'h and tlm stale mira
tion HHtiorii.t inn u re lai'i.i ly iillendeil.
Hays Mr. Smith. Jiiilf.ii S. A. l.nwill
of l'endlrton was eleeted pnideiil if
the Oregon Iriiniilinn a.-i-oeiat inn at
tho meeting Tlmrsihiy i:lli'innnn in
the Oregon linihliiij; at t ho exploit ion,
Biit'oeeilint' K.M. lininniek of l'nrthind,
who resigned. ,liiilnn Lowell was llit
vice president and f. (.'. .Metealf, who
was teeond vine president, took hii
place und J. V. I laiiniki'r of Khiimith
Lulls was ehnien i ecoinl ice ie.-i-dout.
A. Kiun V ili-on was le el rted
secretary and A. II. Levers was re
elcctod treasurer. Tito other nllicerc
wore continued.
PAYS FOR MORE
RIGHTS OF WAY
A. R. Upright, the riejit. of way
anent for the proposed railroad down
the north hank of the C'oluinliia, was
ut Whito Salmon last week, cloning
contracts with several of thu land
owners there, lie hai unieod to pay
; U. 13. Dean sHiall cash lor a strip
through the tiporno Adams place,
. which Mr. Dean has just, purchased
j for 8101 H). This tract comprises m
acres. The proposed i nail would des
troy n largo portion of the lie.-t l.eiry
ground.
; Mr. Dean says he has reliable inlVr
' niation that the .Northern l'acille is
I behind tho move for tho road down
I tho north bank of the l iver, and he is
correspondingly happy over the trend
j of iilFairs. lie has purchased the Ad
aniH property and proposes to be in on
tho ground llnor if the depot, is Incat
I ed at White Sidmon.
I The people of While S' liuon be
lieve that all the railroad t ,.k which
I has filled tho air for tho past summer
should produce some tangible lesults,
Recently articles of incorpmntinti of
a railroad to bo limit, from Wallulu
to the mouth of the Columbia river,
opposite Astoria, winking down the
stream on tho north bank, have been
Hied at Olympia, Wash., by the
WuIIuIh Pacillc liailrnad compiiny
Tho incorporators are L. Ceilinger of
Portliind and M. (i. Lvona and .lames
P. Stapleton of Vancouver, Wash,
A capitalization of ,imii ouo is do
dared in tli paoers, with stock at
$1(K a share.
When seen by a newspaper repre
sentutive, Mr. (lerlinger said that he
is not yet in a position to make public
detailH of the proposed enterprise,
other than those tacts contained in
the incorporation ai t ides. As soon
as organization has been ell'ecti'd, u
crew of surveyors will be sent to the
UeR and the" work will be dispatched
wiut ail iossi.,io i
erity.
Mr. Upright savs he has scoured
right of way from licit Heath at L.vlo.
4nn. r Tnrr(, ,,. .
APPLE IRLB wlLL
MPT HIM CA VkCW
11L.I IliHI OiV Lnvii
Roswell Shelley reports that on the
farm of L. Killiman, nveu miles out
on the Latf Si !e, there is an orchard
of 7 year-nld trees, which will easily
yield $10 dollar worth of iiprlea to
the tree. I he varietii s in t he orchard
r,e V"""' N,"a"",!i. ,""viH
lilack 1 wig. Mr. Silliin iu In s sprayed
thoroughly und not a worm L to be
found in t!io on hard.
I "Mr. Sillimun is a pi ai t.ical.hnrtcul-
tlirist, " says Mr. Shelley. "He has
learned from experience, and is a
great man to experiment with his or
chard. He believes now he has dis
covered a secret for diiving the sap
into the fruit, instead of .-o much sup
erfluous wood growth in a ymmg or
chard. Ho prunes in Jim , and has
tho largest apples to be found in any
orchard in tlio valley."
i ONE ACRE BERRIES
NETS m $170
I in black aud white to substantiate
this statement
TaKe Notice!
A meeting of the truit growers
and business men of Hood River
is called (or two o'clock Saturday
afternoon, in the rooms of the
Commercial club, for the purpose
of innking necessary arrangements
for Hoik! River day at the Iwis
und Chirk exposition. Be sure to
attend.
ttrntm
SHOULD GIVE
AWAY APPLES
"Hood River must distribute at
least 40 boxes of apples and pears at
the exposition on llood Hirer day,"
said (I, R. Castuer, who was up from
Portland last Saturday.
"There should tie a general meeting
next Saturday afternoon, similar to
those held in the rooms of the Com
mercial cluli last spring prior to the
gathering of the Development league
at Portland, when Hood River outdid
the whole state in point of attendance
and amount of advertising. There
should bo a committee appointed at
this meeting to see about securing
these apples and pears. There should
also bo a committee for distributing
the fruit at tho Oregon building ou
I lend River day.
"I have uo doubt the farmers of the
valley will gladly donate the fruit as
an advertising feature. It will not
require much from auy individual,
iinud eating apples and pears is all
that is asked for. Lach separate ap
ple or pear should be wrapped in a
Japanese napkin, on which should be
-nmo printed matter, telling that the
fruit came with the compliments of
Hie Hood River farmers aud the Com
mercial club. There should also be
some statistics regarding the fruit
industry of tho valley."
Mr. Castncr says if the people of
llood River will secure the apples
aud send them to Portland so they will
reach the exposition grounds one day
before the excursion, he will see thut
they are transported from the depot
without further cost to the Commer
cial club. Mr. Castnor is very anx
ious that Hood River make a good
show ing at the fair.
There should lie a short program of
speeches in the auditorium, he says.
This can be arranged for at tho meet
ing Saturday, which every one should
attend.
Hood River day at the exposition
has boon set for Thursday, Septem
ber 28, instead of the '27th as bad pre
viously been announced. The exposi
tion representative who was here last
month conferred with the business
men and it was considered that the
'27t.li was a good date. The fair mana
gers were to notify the Couimeiotal
club concerning the date, but nothing
definite was ascertained until Mr.
Smith went to Portland last week.
The dato has been printed in the offi
cial calendar of special events at the
exposition.
REDUCED RATES
FOR THE FAIR
lieginning September 1, railroad
fare to Portland from all parts of the
Northwest will be reduced to a fare
and one-tenth for the round trip.
This is to facilitate the handling of
t he heavy movement to the Lewis and
Clark exposition, which has already
begun. Additional trains will be em
ployed to take care of the tratllc.
I'lio into heretofore for the round trip
excursion tickets has been a fare and
a third, liy tho reduction, the rate
from Hood River to Portland and re
turn is now '2.10.
These excursion tickets will be good
fur :I0 days, and subject otherwise to
tho usual restrictions attaching to the
excursion tickotB now sold. The now
rate will be continued until the close
of tho fair, October IB.
It is expected that this reduction
will greatlv increase the attendance at
the exposition. The lailroad men say
they will attempt to make the lust
month of the exposition one of the
largest in point of attendance. The
reduction in the rate was entirely vol
untary by the railroads, and unex
pected by the railroad management.
It is cordially appreciated by the pub
lic and the exposition people.
Tuxalile Property at The Dalles.
The taxable property of school dis
trict No. 12 (The Dalles) for I'm
amounts to 1 1,3H0,'J(J5, reports the
Chronicle. This includes two miles
of railroad and depot facilities, side
tracks, etc. The amount of taxable
property lu school districts west of
M osier, in thlB county, is v.KJ,u,id,
including 20 miles of railroad, depots,
ito. Total amount of taxable proper
ty in the county for 1!)04 was ?.'1,453,-
1K.), and The l lalles roots up nearly
half of this. This year's assessment
will show a marked Increased valua
tion of property in the whole oounty
over thut of l'JOi.
Property Valuations In Klickitat.
Tho auditor's Hiinual statement of
the finances of Klickitat county foi
the fiscal veal ending June 30, i90f.
show a total property valuation iu the
county of $3,lr!:i,!U. The value ot
tho laud in tho county, exclusive of
imiirovements, is placed at Bl,boH,&o).
Improvements are listed at $302,195;
I own lots including improvements.
?207, i:i.j; personal! property $772,410;
equalized value of railroads $123, 450,
The population of the county is es
timated to be 8,750. The number of
acres of land assessed per tax roll of
11X14 is 039,125.
Sweet Potatoes Ifo Well Here.
,f. M. Hollowell, the gardener, is
convinced sweet potatoes can lie raised
in llood River. Ho secured 100 plants
this spring, which he developed in
his hot house, and when set in sandy
loam grew remarkably well. The po
tatoes are now large enough to use,
but are still growing. Mr. Hollowell
is gratified with the results of sweet
potato growing in Hood River.
Have Von Sprayed Yet!
(let your material of Clarke and save
money.
I0WANS HAVE
MERRY PICNIC
SPEND THE DAY ON NEAL CREEK
Itrsns Band, Songs and Spccchcs.
Dlnner is Spread Beneath
the Pines.
Thursday, August 24, was a great
day for Hood River Hawkeyes. They
pieniced that day under the piues oil
the batiks of Neal creek, and many of
them declare they never had a better
time in their lives. There was some
dust ou the road to be sure, but un
der the shade of the pines, the day
was perfect. No thunder storm or cy
clone disturbed the merrymakers
Somebody forgot to supply the roast
ing ears, but the women ull brought
baskets overflowing with good things
to eat, and after a short program of
speeches, singing aud music by the
band, the tables were spread on the
carpet of pine needles, when nil did
justice to the dinner laid before t hem.
Something over 2TA) people were
present. W. F. Laruway was chair
man of the day. He waited at some
length for several who hud promised
to take part in the program. One of
the soloists was absent, but- Miss
Blanche Harbison and sisters Hester
and Ruth kindly volunteered, and
without any previous preparation
sang "tlood bye, Little tiirl, llood
bye," so beautifully that a generous
encore brought them to the platform
a second time.
Mrs. W. F. Laruway was then Intro
duced and read a very interesting pa
per descriptive of the great slate of
Iowa. Mrs. Larawny was listened to
attentively. The paper was instructive
alike to Hawkeyes and Oregon iaus.
Little 9-year-old Ktnina Noble re
upended to a call from the chairman
for a recitation. She was encored
enthusiastically. "Telephone Tulk"
was the Btibject of her first piece, und
"Jiuchelor Sale," the second.
Louis Iseubcrg very kindlv enliven
ed the occasion with one of his hu
morous stories, and was roundly ap
plauded.
Chairman Laraway culled for the
first one in the gathering who had
loft the state of Iowa for Oregon.
Amos Underwood stepped to the plat
form, and announced that I e came in
IK.72. No one disputed this honor un
til Roswell Shelley came forward and
stated that he left Iowa In iMH. Tho
two pioneers shook hands. Chairman
Laraway then announced that he had
reserved the beat for t'ae last and in
troduced Mr. Shelley, who held the
attention of the audience for 20 min
utes. Mr. Shelley spoke of the good
state of Iowa aud her wonderful re
sources, following with an eulogy of
the pioneers who braved the ruyages
of the Indians to carve for thenitclvcs
a home in the Oregon country. Mr,
Shelley crossed the plains when little
more than an Infant. His grandfa
ther while on the hard trip across tho
plains fell a victim of cholera and was
buried on the hanks of tho River
Piatt. When the party arrived in
Lane county, ten miles above Eugene,
there was uo Hour in the country.
What little they used that winter was
ground in a eoli'eo mill.
As one of the many lowans present,
Mr. Shelley was glud ho hud come to
Oregon, and in his opinion this coun
try ia destined to become fumed as a
oommunity of prosperous,hud content
ed farmers.
Aftor dinuor an Iowa society was
formed with W. F. Laraway, pnsi
dnt; M. K. Noble, vice president;
Mrs. M. M. I fill, secretary; Huns
Luge, treasurer. It was voted that
the picnic of the Iowa society should
be an annual aifair, the date for tho
next one being left with the executive
oommittee.
IOWA FIKNT IN MANY TH1.NUS.
Mrs. Laraway Reads Splendid Paper
Before Annual Meeting of
the Hawkeyes.
One of the interesting parts of the
program at the Iowa picuio whs tho
following paper prepared by Mrs. W.
F. Laraway:
The subject assigned me is broad
aud inviting. It is a very pleasant
one, yet bow diuicuit to accomplish
by one living in Hood River valley.
Iowa, the home of our childhood.
the home of our parents, ever dear to
our memories; may we look buck and
never regret that we once lived in the
Hawkoye state.
An artist once made a picture of
Columousjjviewlng Jtbe continent of
North America, his eyes resting upon
the brightest spot central iu that re
gion, Iowa. The artist would ret at
tempt to give the grandeur and hue
of the bow of promise, tl.e 1 road
prairies lying between the two great
rivers. Then how can I hope to suc
cessfully present the rich rescurces
aud great development of tho statu of
Iowa.
A name with only four letters, sig
nifying "beautiful laud." As we
Und in our school pinnmers, 1 stands
for interesting, intellectual, illustri
ous, illuminating, instructive and
Immortal. O stands for obn rviiuce,
opportunity, occupation and omnip
potent. W is wit, wisdom, wealth
and worth. Aa A is the first letter in
the alphabet so is Iowa the tlrst sti.to
in a great many things.
Ou the 17th of June, 1073, li v.a was
first seen by white man. 1 .'.lo did
Joliet and Marquet dream of tl.e great
empire that would rise west of the
mighty waters upon which tl ey float
ed. One hundred and IS ft a en j ars
passed before any white man attempt
ed to make his home on the west side
of the father of waters. In 17HH Julieu
Dubuque built a house ou his farm
south of the little Moquokctu river.
This was of short duration, us was the
military post built iu 1H09, 21 years
later where Fort Madison now stands.
Not until after the Blackhawk wur iu
1832 did our forefathers dare cross the
great river to make homes in Iowa.
Michigan claimed this teirilory in
1833, and in 18.Ki it belonged to Wis
consin. In 1838 it became a seperute
territory and on December 8, 1846,
only 13 years after the first permanent
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