Newspaper Page Text
rrr. i I' : vol. xviii.- HOOD RIVER, OREGON, MAY 24, 1906. ' I 'l 5 SOCIETIES HOOD RIVKK OOMMKHCIAMUB-Meets , (vary second Monday In each nuiiith at 8 p. . an., Id the club rooms over Jackson 's slore. U.F. luvnooH.r'rea. . A. D. JH0K, Secret nrv. eUH)D RIVKK H'L-iih Si i. 106, A. K. and A. M. uela ttamr t,ry -veiling m or before p.aacn iuii nuaiu. a. a hluvkks, w . an. ;1. McUvnald, (Secretary. HOOD RIVER Oh API KR NO. 27. R. A." M - ;. Meets nrst sua lima rridiiv niiriitsoi eac A. -D. MoE, ttecretary. HOOD. RIVKK CHAPTER NO. 25. O. E. 8.- '.JtfeeU second and fourth Tuesday evening ofeaoti uioutb. Visitors cordially welcomed. ' MBH. 1. J. MNNA1IU), W. Al. His. Tiikhkna ( AsTMCR.Hwrvtary. IDLE WILDE LoDuK NO. 107, I. O. O. C , HhU In Frateruul uall, every Thursday j nUrdl. H. U. I'ARKOTT, N. U, Alimh Nal, Secretary. It DEN ENCAMPMENT. NO 48. I. O. O. E. ftefslarueetlng setond. and fourth Mondaya Wi uoa moaiu. li. t. . look, v,. jr . H C. HMiTU, Scribe. LAUREL REUKKAU DkXiKEK .LODUE JiO. i II, 1. 0. O. K.-Meeu first and third Friday! : lu eacu niouui. - Mrs. E. W. Udell, N. O. , : HIS. Dora Thomson, Secretary. DrADOOMA-XODGE KO.. 90. K. OF P. Meets tn K, ol P. ball every Tuesday mjlit. . I live r . u,sii,.nv , u, r-f v. u. mtocKi K. or k. ana n. MOOD RIVER CAMP. NO. 7,702, M. W. A.r MeeM Id. K. of P. nail every Wednesday nirut; . is,n,UAii9.v, C.U.DAKlN.Clerk. ' HOOD Rl VfcR CIRCLE NO. h'24. WOMEN OF Woodcraft-Meets at K. of P. hall on the Drat and Third Friday of each month. Lou M KKYNOl.os, ti. N, j W. McReynolus, Clerk. ' RIVERSIDE LODyENO. tut A. O. U. W-- . Mens nrn una tuna naturnays i eacu month. K. II. Blauo, M. W. E. K. Bkadlry, Financier CHKUTKK suutk, Uevorder. OLETA ASSEMBLY NO. ltd, UNITED ART-IsaM.-Meel the firm and third Wednesdays,-work; second and fourth Weduesduys Artisans' nail. u. w. i uomj-son, m. a, C. D. HlNHKH, Secretary. COURT MOOD RIVER NO. 42, FORKSTEKS of America, Meets second and fourth Mon days iu each mouth In K. of P. ha!!. .., Sjcmbca F, Foura, C. R. .. F.'C. BrosiOs, K..C CAMBY POST, NO. 16, G. A. R -MEETS AT A. O. U. W. hall, second and tourlh ttatur daysof each mouth at 2 o'clock p. m. All U. A. R-. members invited to meet with us. Hi A. Skinnkb, Commander. Thomas doss, Adjutant, CAN BY W. R.C..NO. 16-MEETS SECOND and fonrth Saturdays of each Month in A. ' O. U. W. hall at 2 p. m. " -r. . ' ..tt ' Ellkn Blount, President. ' Obrtkuuk B. InoLus, Secretary MOUNTAIN HOME CAMP No. 3419, R. N. A. Meet at tlx K.of P. Hall on the second and fourth Fridays ol eaeb month. MRU. (JAKKIK BBOSICS, 0. . MM. Ella Dakin, Recorder. J.F.WATT,M. D. ,. PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON. ' .Telephones: Office, 281; residence, 811, SUROEON O.K. AN. Co. R8. MARY JORDAN, M. D. ' -"Physician and Surgeon. Offices and Residence in E. L. Smith Building - Over First Nat. Bank. Entrance, rear - .t . f bank, on Third Su .. . . ,1'houe H7L H.L. DUMBLE, PHV8ICIA1N AND SURGEON. Successor to Dr. M. F. Shaw, Calls promptly answer d tn town or country, ; . - Day or Night. - Telephones: Kesulence, 611: Office, 613. OrUoe In the liroslus Buildiug. DR. J. EDGINGTON, Physician and Surgeon Office over the First National bank. Office-phone 1433. lies, phone 7tXl, :i M. F.SHAW, M. D. Office in Jackson Block. Office puoue, No. 1471. ' Residence, No. 593. W. GAVEY, M. D. .-; PH YSICIAN -AND t UUGEON Culls promptly answered day or night. Phone Mam 681 ollictt and residence. T Office, Smith Ruitding. DR. M. H. Sharp Dk.:ina B. Sharp Osteopathic Physicians 'OTaduatM 'of-the Ainericau School ol " ' Osteopathy, Kirkevillei Mo. -OAice- and Residence Huxley Cottage, River etreet. Pboiie 25 . .. Hood River. F. 0. BROSIUS, M. D. -..( PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON . ... . 'Phone Central, or I2l. Office Hours:- 10 to 11 A. M.; i to 3 and 6 to 7 P. M. H. D. WvPINEO.D. D.S. DENTIST - - COWN BltlDUE WoKK A-SrKCIAI.TY. Office over Firft Nationui Bank- Telephone Main .'ill ' C. BT. JENKINS, U.M.D. V ..DENTIST . ttpeciaillou'crowu niTil Bridge Work. "'- Telephones:- office, act; residence, 1(M5.: ' fflca over Bank Bldg. Hood River, ore. M. E. WELCHT" LICEJ(S1) VElERlSAHV-SK4i4f Is prepared to do any work in the veterin ary line. He can be found by chIIIhk at o' phnln to Clarke s drug store. . - A. A. JAYSE LAWYER Abstracts Furnished. Money Uianed. rfOOp RiVck, OREGON. ' E.-l? HART WIG, LAWYER. v w1ll-PTftftrln AIICutk - Office wlrb Geo. D. Culbertwin Co. Co; lactlonli Abstraels. Setilem'-u' of FiHtes. 4-;- HOOD KlVKa. OKEvrf. ' J'F0UTS & DERB if Attorneys at Law Broslus Building HOOD RIVER, OREGON. -JOHJJKLAXp HEND.EUSON , . ATTORNEY-aTLAW. ARSTRAPTKR. no T A K Y I'UHI.lCan.i ItKAl. .f ESTM'E AOK.NT. For 2S years a resident of O egon and Wasli liwtnn Has had many vear.. 'experience in 'Kaal Katate matters, as abstractor, searcher of titles and agent. Satisfaction guaranteed or lake Take Notice of the FARM PROPERTY Next week they may be sold We have some snaps it will pay to look at Don't Delay J. 11. Ileilbronncr & Company Fruit Lands, Real Estate and Insurance Ground floor Dew Davidson iildj;. HOOD RIVER, OREGON. Hood River Studio FOR First-(lass Photographs Webavethe latest Id mounts nml can on lHrire your Pholns In (Tuyon, i'latinolrt (r Hi' pi a. SatlsfiM'tion Kuarrtiitccft. W. D. ROGERS, Prop. BON TON ...Barber Parlors... The place to fet an eas.y shave and 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. 3VR.JONES,Dentist Crown and Bridge Work. Teeth Without Plates. Treatment of diMnwd teeth and ifiiniH. OlHi e Jinmitis Uuildini:. l'lmtit- W.Y.i. Eureka Meat Market .MeUL'lliE i;UOS., I'r.'l. DeultTM iii KreHhnml Cured Me.i;s, Ird I'nultiy, EruitK un.l -et i)li Free Delivery. riione M du S5 F. G. COE Carpentering I'lKMie 571 SNAPS F.8.HTANLKY, K.I..HMITH, K. O. Ht.ANCllAR 1'res. Vtce-l'i-e. lasliler. V. C. Hrock, Asrt. Cusliier. The First National Bank OK HOOD KIVKK, OltKOON. Capital and Surplus, $:!U,()()0. P, I, HALL-LEWIS & CO. Civil and Architectural Engineers and Surveyors Make surveys, plans and estimates for sew er, liirht and imwer and railway ulanu. and furnish, Kut.J. rt u approval, plans, speeitliia tionsanil eNtiniHtes fur all elapses of buildings putille, private and mercantile. Special atf leutKin uiviii to economic sua siow-Dnrning oonsirnetion. Accuiacy and economy gusr antccd. DAVI1ISON Hl'II.DlNti HOOD RIVER, OREGON. STRANAHAN & SUVENS, Contractors and Builders HOOD RIVER, OREGON. S.H.COX Contractor and Builder Flams and Eitihitm Fvbjuhw. FREDFRICK & ARNOLD, CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS Eitimatet furnished on all kinds of work Phnnai' Arnold. Main Ml. SIMONTON & SONS Architects and Builders. Decorative Piiititin? and Paper Hanpiii!,' rians furnittlied. EstiinateH oare- fiillv made. ' HOOD RIVER, OREGON. E. A. JEROME, Architect Hiivinx had several years' exKTience In rtraniiiK and buildliii;. 1 would respectfully solicit part of the pmionaife or tlie people of Hi)d Kiver who antlcipste tiuildliiK. Terms rpa.Min:il)le, a id Hatlsfuction Runrantced. t)l tlce al rtwidenceou lleiulits. JOE WRIGHT CARPENTER AMI nniI.DK.lt Plume 7ti!t Ki!uri( Bud ettimatea fuiniheii oi all kinds of lmildin und con t r:ii4t inj?. hTseymour hall, Surveyor. I sin miHlltled mid prepared to do all kinds of Urn-class Isinl surveyms-. Accuracy guar anteed. Those who wis nrst-ciass wora none address H. F. 1. 'i.t Hood River, l'lione 60x1. OREGON FIB associat: ON orMcMimiville. Oreifim, will insure your property at BO lr eent kiss coat than any other institution. V. I'. ltW, (special Agent, Ifeod RIvi r, Oregon GOVERNMENT Timber and Homestead LANDS I have for location some choice apple lands and tlmqer claims; also relln(iiislimenU and land to script. Call on or address. Wm. f. rand, Res. Phone 37ti. Hood River. Ore. C. A. DANO Real Estate HOOD RIVER OREGON Intending purchasers would do well to eee my list of city and farm property hefore pur chasing. Shepard & Franz . HOOD RIVER, OREGON. Are in correspondence: with all parts of the United !S ates and are in g )"d posi tion to sell your Farm Property LOCAL AGENTS Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. Orient Fire Insurance Co. JAS. McBAIN, lipjod 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. WE WANT LAND We have buyers waiting for suitable locutions in the fruit belt. List your property with n '. We are located ut the hull Mini give special at tention to the llond Kiver district. Portland proieriy to trade for fruit land. LANGILLE & RAND 73 Sixth Street, Portland, Oregon WOOD FOR SALE. I am prepared to furnish mill and slab wood, also ottier kinds of wood. I have a new steam wood saw and am prepared to do sawing. Also do general team work. FRED HOWE. Phone 121. NOTICE FOR PI HI.ICATION Department of the Interior, I'nited States Land oltlce, The Dalis, Ore, April id, 1908. Notice Is hereby given that the followlng nanied sett Icr lias meu nonce ot his lutentlon to imke linn I nriMifln aiiiint of his claim. and that swid proof will tic itunle before the KeglNlerana neceiver,ai iiieoanes, uregon on tay ?isi, iwm, vis i DAVID M. DI VAI.L of Mosler, Oregon, on H. K. No. ma, for the lots 1, 2, H, and 4, section 2S. townsh p 2 north rnnire 11 east. W. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous resiueuce upon aua cuuiva tionofsald laud, via: , i- , j l 1 IV. III..... L U....I.- Ijewis 1 . ituni win. i, mm c. nuurj, George W. Huskey, wm. W. siepheuson, all of Mosler, ure. MICHAKI, T. NOI.AN, al9-m24 Keglater. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, i'nlled Htates Land Urttoe, The Dalles. Orcgoa, Apr. Ill, 190ti. Notice Is hereby given tliat the following named settler liss filed notice of his Intenttou to make final Droof In support of hlsclslm. and that said proof will Is- made before the Keglster and Receiver at The dalles, ure gon, ou June din, twin, vis: ISAAC M. THOMAS, ... . ...... nn II K' V UTW A.p I... MS HKj.'NK'i Mrsi and hWNK section 2, Uiwnslilp 1 uortlt range II esst, W. M. He names the following witnesses to , prove nis cotiunuoHB resiuenee upon auu cumva tloo of said land, via : John Armstrong, Oeorge R. Wid, Jobn Evans, Kdward 0. Davidson, all of Mosler, Oregon. a m24 MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION United States Land ofllce, The Dalles, Or., Marcb 2d,il'Juo. Notice Is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the act of congress of June 3, 1K7D, entitled "An act tor the safe of timber lauds In the states of Call loriila, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," as extended to nil the public laud slates by act August 4, lhltt, PAUL P. Met'UI.I.Y, ofPortlund, county of Multnomah, state of Orcgou, has this day filed Iu this office his sworn statement No. S8S. for the purchase of Lot 4, sec. 4, lt 1 and i, and sKi NK',. sec. ."i, In township I, range cunt, W. M , auit will oiler proof to show that the laud sought Is more valtinble for It timber and stoue Uiau fm agricultural purposes, and toestabllsh his clulin to said laud before the lteglsteraud lie ceiver at Tlie Dalles, Oregon, on the 3Hh day of May, I WW. He n u n h as witnesses: Nllcs i'. Olsen, 1'orl Isnd, Oregon ; Kred Kralllchy, 1Iim.iI Kiver, Oregon; tJeorge Hundley and Havis Koulkes, Portland, Oregon. Any and all persons cluiiiilug adversely the shove dcecnlH'd lauds are rriuestid Ut file llieir clitlms In 'hisonlce on or beforf- tlie Jtith dsyofiViay, lis , Mil II AKL T. NOLAN, ui'.tin24 Register. iTImber liint Act June 9, IKTHj NOTICE FOK PU1ILICAT10X. United Suites Land Office, I'he Dalles, Ore gon, March fi, IlKsi. Notice is hereby given that In compliance with the provisions of the acl of congress ol June 3. I7, entitled "An act fur l lie sale of limber lands In tlie stales of i 'nllforma, Oregon, Nevada and WaNhington Territory," as extended to ailtlie Public Land Mutes hy act of August 4. Hr. LOUIS 11. CAMI'IIKl.L, of Portland, county of Muliiiomah,' slate of oit-von, li:i tills iltiy ti'ed In ibis oftlie his -twin ii vtnt, mi in No. lur (tie purchase .if Hit- N K1, or Net-linn '21, in inwiishlp t, N. riinjcH K. W. M.,untl aillntler pnsif to sliow Unit tin1 tiinit stuiglit ts inure valusble lor Its lluilii-r or slime than ftr sgrlcultural pur-iHist-H, unit lo establish tils chtlni to said iiuiii lielorc tlie Register and Kecclvefat The Dalles, Oregon, on tlie Sfilli duy of May, 1MM. lie Humes as wlincssea Ixiuls Morse, Htaid ltlvcr, on goii; W. K. Hand. Hood River, Ore gon; I'. Hurl, Portland, oregol. ; . John A. Kuinlord, Portland, Oregon, tt . j . ' Any an i nil ieisons cla iiulng adfersely the above dencrllxil lands are requested to file lliclr cluiins Iu this olliias on or before said 'Z'iIii dav of Mav lumi. m2a-mJ4 Mil 'HAUL T. NOLAN, Register. NOTICE KOK PUBLICATION United Hltili s Laml Office, Tlie Dalles, Ore., Anrll'2. iwiti. -Notice is hereby given that In compliance Willi Ihe provisions of I lie set of Congress of June :t, IK7S, entitled "An act for the sale oi tlinlsT land In the Stales of ( ait foinin, ortytui, Nevstlii, and Washington Ter ritory," as exlentlcd to ail the Public Land states, by ni l ol Aum-t 4, W, MAI UK FAIUIIaNKH, nfSiMitle, Washington, ha this day filed In this olllce tier swtirii suilciucnt No. ttHtiti, for tin- iiuichiisc ol tlieSi-,'4 of seviiini tnwn- shlp 1 north, nuii- iieast W. M., and will offer pi-.nl to snow tnui ine lauti si,ugiii is more valti.iblc for it tliulicr and stone than for agricultural purposes, and lo establish her claim tosaiillnnd before the Register and He- 'elver. st Hie Dalles, Oregon, on the sth da of June, 1KH. She names as witnesses Nits t;. Olson, or Poltland, Oregon, t'hsrlea J. Fairbanks, of .s.attle, Wasli., rred Krautehy, of Hood Kiver, Oregon, ami units r. imrsnaro, or Hood UiM-r, oii gon. Anv and sli luistnis claiming adversely the anove desci Iticd lands are requested lo llli- their claims In this oltlce on or lufire said 'lll day nl June, 1WJB. niHj2H MU I1AKL 1 NOLAN, Keglater. NOTICE KOK PUBLICATION. United Stales Land Office, The Dalles, Ore gon, April 2, Usui. Notice is hereby given that in eomitllancc with tlie provisions of the act of Congress of Junes, IS7H, entitled "An act lor the sale ol limner lanus in ine siaiea oi ( h! I fm niu, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory," ss extended to all ine public Land Slates by act or August 4, lswi, CHAKLKS J. FAIRBANKS, of Seattle, county of King, state of Washing Ington, has this day Hied In this office his sworn statement No. 2HH7, for the purchase of Hie Vi I...SKI.. Nr '.Shw, section and nh v. HW' V section :tt, in lownship 1 nortli, langa if ear-l V . M-, and will oner proof 10 snow titaf liie land sought Is more vslauble for its tun. her am, stone lliun for agricultural purposes and to establish Ills claim to said laud before tlie Heaisterand Iteceiverat ihe Dalles. Ore.. on I he mill day ol June, ISO". tie names as witnesses ns u.ojson, "i rori I h ii ti , Oregon, Maude A. Kalrbank. of Scattie, Wash., Kretf Krautt liy, of UcmmI Kivr, Ore gon, and ixiuis iiursuara, oi nooa Kiver, ore gon. ... ... Any anu an liersons claiming auverseiy the abtoe-descrlta'd lands are requested to h Ic their claims in thisomcfl on or bemre said 2Sth day of June, luos. u.s-j-JM M IL'li A KL T.NOLAN, Register. NOTICE Tt) HELL REALTY. In the County Court tif the f County of Wasco, in the I Stat of Oregon: Ui the I matter of the Sale of J In the name of the Heal Kstate in the Lstate I State of Oregon, of George Owen, de- i ceased, by Kdwafd Cook, I AdmldistraUir. I Notice is hereby given that In pursuance of an order of the County Court of th County of Was co, and Btate of Oregon, made and entered on the 2th day of Auaust. A. D.. 1WA by the Hon. A. E. Lake, County Judge, in the matter of the Estate of George Owen, deceased, the undersigned, the administrator, of tlie sasi eatate, will sell at pri vate sale on the premises, to the highest and beat bidder for cash, gold coin or the united state. and subject to confirmation by sasi County Court, on Monday, the 11th day of June. A. D. IUOS. and failing to sell on said day, then from and after said day, on days following until aoki, at 12 o'ekick M. of said day, on the premises herein after descrlls-d, in the Valley or Hood Kiver, saal County and State, all the right, title, interest and estate of the said George Owen, at the time of his death, and all the oiaiit, title and interest that the estate has by operation of law or other wise acquired, other than or in addition to that of the said George Owen, at the lima of his death, in and to a 1 that certain lot. Dleca. or oar- eel of land, situate lying and being in the said County of Wasco and stale of Oregon.and bounded and descnlied as follows, to wit: An undivided one half interest in the south half (8. i-i) of the south west quarter (& W. 1-4) of the northwest quarter IN. W. 1-41 of section twelve (UI in Township Two (i) North of Kanrt Ten (10) east of the M illamette Meridian, containing (twenty) 120) acres of land, more or less, the other und i- vwled half interest in saal land being owned by the said Edward Cook. Terms and Conditions of Sale: Cash, gold coin of the United States to be paal to said Admiatstrator on day of sale- Ueed at expense of purchaser. The first publication of this notice is Thursday the the 101 h day of May. llMi. and the paper m whteh said notice shall be published is lha Glacier, a weekly paper of general eireolatKm aabhshed weekly in the City of Hood River, said County and State. EDWARD COOK. Administrator. ' JOHN LEI. AND HENDERSON. Allan ey for saal Estate. nlDJ STATE TICKET A STRONG ONE PARTY LEADERS ALL ENDORSE IT Indications Point to a 11 1 if lienuHlinin For the Whole State Ticket. "It U a good ticket, and should be elected from United Stit'ca Senator down," whs the eentinmut voice il Ivy T. T. Oeer and W. J. furnish and their opinion aeemg to be a common one among KepublicHne. Both (.iecr and Furnish weie in Portland on Ims iuoas, and when aeen bv au Oregonim representative were free in expressing their view of the men nomimited in the Republican primaries. Ex-tlover-nor (.leer was defeated by Furnish for the gubernatorial nomination four jrean ago, and Furnish was defeuted in the election by Oeorge E. Cham berlain. In the recent direct primary contest, (Jeer was .defeated for the nomination lor governor uy Withy- combe by the small plurality of 2HC votes, as snown by tlie omnia! returns completed yesterday. Neither has been shaken in party loyalty by defeat, but both are earnest supporters ot tlie ticket. A number of prominent Port land Republicans, who wero seen, ex pressed opinions in the same rein ns those uttered by Mr. Geer and Mr, Furnish. Pepin as Lincoln Did. Said ex-Governor Oeer: "Personally, I fool aa Lincoln said he felt after bis defeat for the United States SuuHtorship iu lHTiS '1 tun too big to cry and too badly hurt to laugh.' Under the oirciimstuiiues, however, I am as well aatistied its a defeated candidate could be, consider ing that all the assistance 1 had throughout the state was entirely ol- ntary and not paid for. 1 was handicapped ly having nei ther money, newspapers, any sort of organization, county or state and no special 'boosters.' Joseph Simon's Views. Portland Republicans expressed themselves as follows: Ex-United States Remitor Joseph Simon 1 hope and expect lo see the entire Republican ticket elected in June. It is high time tlat a strong Kopublicau stRte like Oregon should be free from the blight of hnving Its principal offices iu the b-nids of Dem ocrats. We now have a Democratic governor, and by reason thereof a Democratic United States Senator, a Democratic supreme judge and Demo crats In the otlices of mayor of Port land, sboriif of Multnomah county and district attorney In Multnomah county. Wbeu 1 reflect upon it this is somewhat appalling to me. 1 think it ha i a bad effect abroad for the Re publicans of other states cannot un derstand why a state that gives such a strong majority for the Republican ticket in national elections should have its prinoinal oflices held by Dem ocrats. "The nominations that have been made were fairly won after a spirited oontest and I believe it to be the duty of all Republicans to support the tick et so nominated. "The opportunity is now offered and I believe will be pretty generally embraced, to wipe out all factional differences and present a united front at the election, the nominees or the Republican party are all honorable and capable gentlemen and are entitled to the support of the Kepuhlcan voters of the state. "I might bIhi rsay that it is not within the possibilities that other than a Republican legislature will lie elected. I shall support Mr. llourne for United States Senator und feel confident be will receive the popular iudorsement in June, but whatever the popular voto may bo, a Republi can legislature will not elect a Duiuo ciat to the senate. '1 believe the only olllce the Dem ocrats have any hopes of successfully lauding is the governorship and I be lieve they will be 'disappointed iu this respect. Dr. Wlthycomlin, the Kopub licau nominee, is a mail of ability and oharaoter, an honorable, high-minded, conscientious man, and if elected will make an acceptable governor, lie should, and will, be elected. Frank V. llaker Talks. Ex-Chairman Frank C. Ilakor The state conference of Rcpublicum held in tills city last Octolwr had but oui purpose in view, that of creating and nuiititainiug a sentiment ot loyalty en gendered at that conference permeated the if0 odd precincts throughout this state, to the end that the nominees of our putty, tor state offices iu particu lar, will be supported by the Republi cans of Oregon on the 4th day of next June. "Every aspirant for the nomination for a state otlice pledged himself to support the successful man ut the pri maries. My observation in Washing ton, while there ou three occasions during the past two years, prompts me to say that a griming state like Oregon needs men of energy and en terprise if our rivers and harbors and other interests of moment ure to re ceive the recognition their importance demands. And ith perti el deference to my othei friends, who aspired to the people's indorsement for United States Senator, Jonathan Hotline, Jr.'s past and present success, both politically and in a business sense would entitle bim to be culled the very synonym of energy. Our party's uom Iuei for governor, James Withyoombe, is a man of sterling character, pro nounced ability and perfect familiarity with the Btate in all its dctnil. 1 cannot conceive of any good and stilll cieut reasoti why every Republican in Oregon should not support hiin cheer fully and actively. He was nominated without any organized cll'ort in his behalf, bis campaign was dignified and courteous throughout, and his major ity, in my judgment, is to be likened unto the future growth of the City of Portland, the only question being, 'How large will it iwV " J. Prank Watson Coiilltlent. J. Frank Watson It is time for the Republicans to get together now and elect tho ticket Iron stein to stem, There is no sense iu electing Demo crats in a state as strongly licptihilcnn as thin. It is is ubstiiil that iii a state that gave Roosow'lt l(l,lHKi majority, we should have n Deinoi'iatio gover nor und United States Senator, a Detune rutin mayor in Portland and Deuiociatio sherilf in Multnomah county KepiihlicniiH ou the outside must think we lire n lot of jays. Dr. Andrew V. Smith Tho Repub lican ticket was fairly nominated timl th re is nothing more to lie dmio but "t-tund put. " 1 hear no dissatislao tion with the ticket, and believe it will be elected, as It should lie. I''. E. Reach The personnel of the ticket, is us good as we could get and the expressions 1 hear from Republi cans everywhere leave no doubt in my mind that the entile ticket, I jilted States Senator, state, congressional und county, will bo elected hy an un usually large majority, it wus a good, clean primary election und 1 hear no dissatisfaction with tho results, D. Solis Oolieu 1 don't believo a better state ticket w us ever uoiuiuuted iu .Oregon by convention, and the comment I hear gives evidence ot uni versal satisfaction. Tho nominees won in a tuir contest and will rooeivo that loyul support to which they mo entitled. 1 believe there is now a general disposition lo make Oregon iiiiiUOhtioiiHhIy a Republican state, and this will be done by the election (IVintlnueil on ,,ageif) If " Vnfalll'il . &xAWMmm S -s fcSi M l ' HOW THEY ARE PLANNING TO "SUPPORT" THE PRESIDENT j MR. BOURNE IS VINDICATED DMOCRATIC SLANDERS UNTRUE Stouir Letters from Prominent Prove the Falsity of the Libelous Reports. Meli Relieving that the people of Oregon are entitled to know the facts upon a subject couceruiug which there has been much gross misrepresentation, a number of men have made publo statements regarding the manner iu which the llourne headquarters were conducted at Salem during several sessions of the legislature. Many stories have been told concerning the llourne headquarters, and in the re cent primary campaign, some of these reports were published in th form of anonymous ciroulars, whiob were given wide circulation. Mr. Bourne has never thought it necessary to deny the truth of the reports until re cently, when he discovered that be had lost many hundreds of votes in the primary eleotion because of the misrepreseHtations. lie believed that no one could be misled by the false statements, when bis headquarters had been couducted openly, and prominent men of the state had come and gone at all hours of the day or night. If there wus anything Improper In the manner in which affairs were con ducted at the headquarters, there were hundreds of men who had au oppor tunity to know it. No one has ever been found, however, who says that he ever saw anything wrong or that he knows of anyone who did. The stories were evidently started for political effect, and weie based upon Mr. Ronnie's well known hospitality. Those who were iu the Ronnie head quarters almost every day say that Mr. llourne rented all the available rooms in the Eldridge block, In Salem, hired two cooks and a waiter, tit ted up a kitchen ami dining room and en tertained his friends as he would if they were guests in his own heme In Portland. Two or three of his closest political friends inado his quarters thier home while in Salem. Others who hud rooms elsewhere were fre quent visitors ut his headquarters, and were ol'lou guests at his table. Ilia steward supplied the table with the best tlie markets all'oided, and every visitor wlio came was royally enter tained, but iu no manner dllterent from what he would be if he were a guest ut Mr. liourne'a home. When his friends went to Salem from other parts of the stale, they wero often given rooms In his quarters, especi ally if they arrived on lata trains. Several of the members of the legis lature who were friends of Mr. Bourne took their wives to his quarter when they visited the legislature, and they dinyd ut Mr. Iiourno'8 tablo. Mr. Iloiirne's liberul hospitality In the entertainment of his friends, was apparently the foundation for the stni les that were circulated by bis political enemies. Mr. llourne has Continued ou page ft. r BO enarge.