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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, MARCH 9, 1905.
HOOD RIVKK U)lK.K NO. KB, A. K. and A.
A. M. Meets buturUuy evening on or before
eacn him moon. i in man m ti.kk, w. M
A. I). Mok, Secretary.
BOODRIVKRl'HAPTKKNO 27. K A. M
Meets 11 rut and tliifU Kii.tay muliisol eacW
IIIOIHIl. i. ( HANOI, KK, u. 1
A. I. Mok, Sterretitry.
HOOD HIVKR CHAPTER NO. 25. O. E. 8.
Meets seeo ml and fourth Tumluy evening
oleucli mouth. Visitor cordially welcomed.
3IHM..J. li. 11 KKMH NKK, W.M
Mm. Thkrksa ( astxkk, Sfci'retary.
IDI.KW1LDE LOllUE NO. 107, 1. O. O. I-'.
Meets ill Fraternal Hull, every Thursday
niglll. W M. UANI.KK, N. U.
11. C. Hmith, .Secretary
KIIKN KNl'AMl'MKNT. NO. 48. I. O. O. F.
Itcgulur meeting tieeoud and fourth Mondays
oi eucii niouiii. n. ji, moilsu, u. r,
H. K. Untrican, Kcrihe.
LA UHKI. KKHEKAH DKUKKK LODGE NO.
81, 1. O. O. K.-Meets first and Ihlrd Frldaya
in eacu inoniu.
Mas. E. W. UliKi.l., N. O.
Mrs. Doha Thomson, Heerelary,
WAUCOMA LOIMJK NO. 3U, K. OF P.
MeeU in K. ol l hull every Tuesday night.
V .O. If hook, U. C.
H. T. DKWirr, K. of R. and 8.
HOOD RIVER CAMP, NO. 7,-W, M. W. A.
Meets in K. of P. hall every Wednesday
night. (.11 ab. Jonkn, V. V.
V. V. DAK1N, Clerk.
HOOD RIVER CASH', NO. 770, W. O. W
Muets mi tit-si aiM uilrd Tuesday of each
niontli in Odd Fellows' hall.
F. II. rll.Afiu, U. C.
II. W. Wait, Clerk.
HOOD RIVER IlKl'l.E NO. 521, WOMEN OF
Wooderuli Meeis al K. ol lJ. hall on the
first and Third Fridays of eaeh mouth.
i.KNORA SlTllH, N, U.
NKl.I.IK IlnM.OW'KI.I., t'leiK.
HIVKhSIDE 1AIDUKNO. ii8 A. O. U. W.
Meets llrst and lliiiu Haturdays of each
month. ).', L. Coi-1'I.k, M. W.
K. R. Ukaiii.kv, Kiniinc i-r
(JiiKSTKit siirTK, lteconier.
RWERwTDE l.ollii K"Nij40, DhtiU'KUF
Honor, A. O. U. W.-Meels first and third
hatuma b ul 8 p. m.
Miss Cora (.'opim.k, I', of H.
Miss i'aiuuk iocci.k, Recorder.
ORDER OF WAIMIINUION HoOU RIVER
Union No. 112-Mecl.s in K. of 1'. hall the
second and fourth Saturdays In each month
at 7: p. m. E. 1.. Rood, 1'resldeiu.
U. U. Iiakin, Secretary.
Ol.KlA ASsSKMIibY NO Thill, U.NliElT ART
Isuns. Aleuts the first and third Wednes
days, work: second and fourth Wednesdays
Artisans' hull. J. H. Koiik.hu, M. A.
(;. 1). ifKXRM ii.Secrtlary.
COfUT ilOoDKIV Elf Nl)Tl27'FT)RESTEHS
of America, Meets second and lourtli Mon
days in each month In K. of 1'. hall.
Uuo. E. Honour, C. R.
F. l Bitosit's, F. ('.
CAMiF"lWI MTitl.O. A. H. MEEl'rt AT
A. o. U. W. hall, second in id lourth statu r
days of each month at 2 o'clock p. in. All
ii. A. R. members invited to meet with us.
A. 1.. I'iiki.I's, Commander.
Thomas (loss. Adjulant.
CaTnhV W. R. 1'., No. lti-MKKTs! SECOND
and lonitli isaturdays of eacti Month In A.
U. U. W. hall at 2 p. m.
Ei.i.kn m.owKits, President.
I.tzziK (inn, Secretary
MOUNTAIN HOME CAMP No. 34IU, R. N. A.
Meets at the K. ot 1. Hall on the second and
fourth Fridays of each mouth.
Mrs. iakkik llltosirs, O.
Mrs. Ki.la Daki.n, Recorder.
Wacna Tkmci.k No. (I. Rathbone Sisters.
Meets secon .and fourth Thursdays of each
IllOlltll. AMANDA WUITKIIKAII, M.K.C.
SI'KI.i.a Richardson, M. of R. di c.
DR. W. T. ROWLEY,
PHYSICIAN, SUKGEON, OCCUIJST
Ollice In smith Building.
Ollice phone utll. Residence phone 04i3.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGKOX.
Telephones: office, 281; residence, 811.
SUKUEON O. R. & N. Co.
JUH. MAIIY JOHNSON, M.I).
Physician and Surgeon.
Offices and Residence In E. L. Smith Building
Over Firsi Nat. Hank. Entrance, rear
of hank, on Third St.
H. L. DUMBLE,
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGKOX.
Successor to Dr. M. F. Shaw.
Calls promptly answered in town or country,
Day or Night.
Telephones: Residence, til 1: Office, 618.
ollice over Wood Bros.' Urocerv.
DR. A. F. ROWLEY,
Office in the Smith Building. Phone J.
C H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Specialist ou Crown and Bridge Work.
Telephones: office, 281; residence, SM.
Ollice over Hank Kldg. Hood River, Ore.
M. E. WELCH,
1HE YGlfcKLVtKY SURGEON.
Is pre pared to do any work Id the veterln
n ry line, lie can be louiiU by callliiK at or
phoniiit; to Clarke a drug Klore.
E. H. HARTWIG,
Will Practice in All Courls.
office wlrli (jeo. D. Culhertson A Co. Col
lections, Aotracls, St tllcmelll ol Estates.
HOOD KIEK, OKEUON.
JOHN LELAND HENDERSON
ATTORNKY-AT-LAW. ABSTRACTER, SO
TAKY PUBLIC and RIAL
E STATS AdBNT.
For 28 yari a resident of Orsjon and Wain
tnetnn. Has had many years azperlenc Id
Heal Kutste matten, as abstractor, searcher ol
titles aud ageuk Haiisfaction f uarantead or
Abstracta Furniihed. Money Loaned.
Hood River, Oregon.
p C. BROSiUS, M. D.
' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
'Phone Central, or 121.
Office Honrt: 10 to 11 A. M. j 8 to S
and 6 to 7 P. M.
pOGER 8. 8ANB0KS
" ATTORNEY AT UW
HOOB WsR 0OO
gON TON IiAKBER SHOP
HAYNE8 A GREY, Paora.
The plaer to gti an ar haT, an up-to-dat
h.trcui, and Uienjuy lha luxury ot a porcelain
"HE O. X. BARBER SHOP
r;uell 4 Rew, Prop. BctwMB J. . Rand'i
i.d E. C. rl(!f.l'. Strictly flrtt elaM. aatla
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF KAILS.
Ths poitoBlca la open dally betwasn lam.
and 7 p. m.; Sunday trom 12 to 1 o'clock. Malls
lor the East close at 11 :2U a. m., 8:2up. m. and t
p m.: lor the West at 2:4(1 p. m. anat p.m.
The carriers on R. F. D. routes Mo. 1 and No.
1 leave the pnitolHce at : W dally. Mall leaves
For Mt. Rood, dally at M:UU m.; arrives,
10: A' a. m,
Fur Chenoweth, Wash., at 7:90 a. m. Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays; arrives same
lays at 6 p. m.
For Underwood, Wash., at 7:80 a. m. Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays; arrives same
days alt p. m.
For White Balmon, Wash., daily at T.ib p, m.
arrives at U a. m.
For Bood River daily at 9 a. m.j arrives at
For Hiimm, Trout Lake and Ouler, Wash.,
dally at 7:HUa. m.; arrives at li m.
For Gleuwood, UUmer and Fulda, Wash.,
dally at 7:Su a. m.: arrives at 6 p. m.
ForPlnelisl and tfnowden, Wash., at 11:80
a. m. Tuesdays and Baturdsys; arrives same
days, 10:80a. m.
For Bin iien, Wash., dally at 4:4s p. m.; ar
rives at 8:46a. m.
and Union Pacific
Chlcaito gait Ukt, Denver, 8 :26 p.m.
forlland Ft. Worth.Omaha,
Special Kansas City, St.
:16 a.m. Louls.Chlcagoand
Atlantlo Salt Lake, Denver, tKWa.m.
Express Ft. Worth, Omaha,
1:15 p.m. KaiiBas City, Mt.
Walla Walla, Lewis
St. Psul ton, Spokane, H al- 7:14a.m.
Fast Mall lace, full man,
:16 p.m. MlmiesKjllB. Nt.
tpokane waukee, Chicago
PORTLAND TO CHICAGO
No Change of Cars.
Lowest Rates. Quickest Time.
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE
IMp.m. All sailing dates S:W p. m,
subject to change
For Ban Frsnclioo
all every daya
Daily Cslumbls BlrSf 6:00 p.m.
Ez.Hunday alssmsrs. la. Sunday
Saturday To Astoria and Wsy
10:01) p. m. Landings,
C:46a.m. Wlllsmstte lsr. 8:80 p.m.
Won., Wed. Tues., Thu.,
and Frl. Balem, Indepen- bat.
aud way landings.
7 .00 a. m. Yimklll liter. 4 :80 p. m.
Tues.. Thur. Hon., Wed.
end Bat. Oregon City, Dayton and FrL
and way landings.
Lv. Rlparla (nikt River. ILv.Lewlston
4:06 a. m. I 8:00 a.m.
Dally except Rlparla to Lewlston Dally except
A. L. CRAIG,
General Fasaenger Agsnt, Portland, Or
T. 1. KINN A1RD, Agunt. Hood River.
YOU WILL BE SATISFIED
WITH YOUR JOURNEY
If your ticket rend overthe Denver
and Kio Graiiile Kuilmad, the
"Scenic Line of the "World,"
There are no many scenic attractions
and iciiulH or in le.rt-Kt along the line
between Ofjilen and Denver that
the trip never becomes 1 1 resume.
If you are iroititr Kant, write for infor
uiutiou and net a pretty book that will
tell you all uuout it.
C. MclSKIDE, Ueuernl Agent,
124 Third Htreel,
EDWIN A. HKNWr RS0X, Maimspr.
i Notary Public for Oregon.)
Two furnished rtojiH for light house
keeping, it'll-ral'y ll 'rtted.
One or iwo ho lses on the lull.
City Property for Sale.
Ixits on i be installment plan.
Two lot, burn, west end of town ; im
provement, 1 1 u i treec; H50: terms.
Two Iota on the hill, Houtli of post
ollice; Imrituin ; $450 cali.
Lot and stone foundation fur house in
Wiuans mid; baiaui st rash.
Three I. ts n lull south of lloiialiue',
fine well mid ouliiouses; lots SOii(X);
4ti0. liBlf easu.
Two lots on tne mil lor Bale ; price,
(210 cash. Lots outUtt) feet.
Two lots iverlookiiig the Columbia
and lloud rivers. I'rice, foOO, part cash
! balance 10 p-r OK iitti at 8 )er cent I
j K-room louse, plat-rf!, corrugated I
I iron w.Hidsbed. in -iirctl for 3 years for
$"y0, fully paid up, lot &0j:l; price,
' f l'jnu, easv terms.
Two leu lUtixlOO, 8-rooin liouse, plas
terel and papered, 6-ncta and sidewalks
citv water und teit nhone. 2-ftorv barn
24i:, 12100; tlOUO down, balance niort
... u .
gage at S per cent.
Mgtitly lot anil nue new o-rooinen
liouse on inn, auuti; twu or more tasn.
STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
HOOD KIVKR, OUEfiOX
S H. COX
PLAN! AND ESTIMATIS FohNIiBID.
J. F. STRANAHAN,
01 28 years' experience. Will fur
nish plani aud BpeciflnationB for all
kindi of buildings. Strictly up to data.
Located at Hood River.
E. A. SOULE,
Plans anj Estimates Fuknishkh
Upon Application. di
Estimates ftiriiinlied on all kind" of work
IVinnou- Arnold, Main 88.
UUIICN. Krrderli'li. Mi
J. HEMEREL & SONS
Hood iver, On;.
F. W. PRIBNOW,
Carpenter & Builder
KHtinmtf'N cheerfiilly lurnlslipd,
1'luiiN and Specitlcaiions I'urnthhed.
All work promptly timl t urcfiilly Mtendwl to.
Hood River, Ore.
B F. BELIEU,
-'l.ANK ANP K.STIMTKS KPHNlHHKI-
simonton & Sons
HOOD 1UVEK, OKfXiON.
Estimates and ilitns furnished.
UREKA MEAT MARKET,"
McGUIRE BROB., Props.
Dealers In Fresh and Cured Meats, Lard,
Poultry, Fruits and Vegetables.
LAW & McBAIN,
Hood River Marble Works
llefore orderinif Monuments, Tomb
Timber and Homestead
I Iiiivp for loi utlcin winie choice upple IhikIb
and tinnier clHlms: aim) relliiUlliiiienl and
land to script. Call on or aildrers,
Wm. f. hand,
Hep. I'lione 37li. Jli'id Uiver, Ore.
I am inanufiieturiii"- at my
yard near Colunibia nursery
.south of town, as fine a qual
ity of common brick as can
be found in the state. Have
200,000 to ."00,000 brick on
hand for inspection. Price
at yard f 8 per thousand.
Come out to the yard and
see how we make brick.
A. T. ZEKK.
, F. E. BROSIUS, Prop,
i Strawberry Plants, Top-Grafted
Cherry Trees, 2-yr.-o!d Apple Trees
iiichi(liiir Spitzenber, Newlown,
Baldwin, Ortley, winter Banana, etc
(iiiaranteod trut? to uann'.
Hood UivKif. Oit.
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plates.
Treatment of diseased teetli and gums.
' Otlh-e over Jackson's Store.
' Phone lot). Ouk St. Kntranee.
- i To tncmner o -. tm f h- fro"
i b iwn the NK 'i a i tlie BK of s-. n. 1 p.
, Us. ration ni:..n K'" hill, lo uiwulv
partnerlilp In aii fen-e, April I, li
m w juuu ipi.
Timber land Art June lsTM.j
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, The Dal 1m, Orotron,
February 18. 19fli.-Not.ee is hereby riven that in
Cimpliance with the provisions of tli- act of Con
(Treiwof June 3, 1H7S. entitled "An art for the
Hale of timber lands in tha Slate .-f CHlitornia,
Oreiron. Nevada and WaNhintrton 'IV'-riiury," as
extended to ail the Public Land Sta ( s by aot of
JOSKPH W. WEST,
of Hood River, county of Waaco, Sta'i of Orojmn.
has this day filed in thin oiliee his utturn itiiiteinetit
No 247S, for the purchase of the T'1 N W' t and
ESS Wl4 of Section No 7, in Township No 1
North, Ranire No. luE., W. M., mid will oiler
proof to show that the land aouirhl is more val
uable for its timlttr or stone than fur a-rioull-urai
purposes, and to eslalish hin claim to said
land before the KetciMter and Receiver of this oHice
at The Dalles, Oregon, on the lc'liidav of May,
He names as Witnesses: David Slate, of Hood
River, Orearonr. J. M. Sprite-, of IIikhI Uiver,
Oreiron, C, A. Bell, of Hood River, Oregon.
Any and all persons claim mu adversely the
atiove-deseribed lands are regucsied to lUa theiv
claims in this office on or before said th day of
intimll MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Uejrister.
In the circuit Oourt of the Stub if Ort'jtou, for
tlie County ot Waseo.
W. K. Bellamy, Plnintltr,
Nellie Bellamy, Defendant.
To Nellie Bellamy, the above niuiii d ih
In the natne ol (he Htiite of Oregon, vmi are
hereby required to appear and nnui'r the
etmiplulnt It led against you In the above en
titled suit tin or before Thursday. Hie hi h dnv
of April, limS, said date belli? six week- alter
the llrst puhlieHtion of this mimnmns mid n
you fall to ho HppeHrand iiiimwit s od eompitU
nt.toruaiit t her of plulntitl ulll apply (oibr
eouit for the tellel prayed for in Cf roin
plainl, vty.: for a deene of wttd court dsolv
ttiR the tiondsof intttrlntony imw exiiin be
tween youraelt and I lie pjainmi.
Thin suiiiinons is published b nrderot'tbe
Ihtnorable W. L. BrsdahHW, Jude of the
nbove-enlilled eourt, made and entered in
the a-'lh day of February, lihft. The dale of
tlie tlrsi, publication of this Kiiniiiious is the
Jnd day of Mareb, VM aud the ibiie of I lie
last publication is the tith day of April. Phi.".,
which is six weeks alter the 11 1st piihlicniuih
thereof. WKo. W. C.M.hW Id ,l
inirtii Attorney for 1'lalntltl, I'oitiatid, (ir.
NOTICK OK pYlU.H'ATIO.-;.
l'ublle Land Sale (Isolated Tniet.i
riiited HtatesLaud (Mtloe, The halles, ote
Kon, January lUOft. Notice i,s lici t by
tflveit that in pursuance of inimc
tlons from I he commissioner of t be genera I
laud oltlee, under authority vested in Inni b
sretion '2i n, I'nitetl States ltc ieil smiurs,
as amended by act ol eonuress approved
February ai, l'.i', we will proceed in oiler ai
public sale itttbe hour of U o clock a. in., on
the liit h day ol Match, iiHKS, at Uns olliee, the
fnllowlnn tra't of land, to-wit:
The K)'a NK1; of nert Inn ;.'(. township 'J
north, nu)e II east of W llluinene uicrblhui.
Any and all persons elaiiuifiu adversely
the above-described lands are ndviM'd to lie
Ihelr elaims in this ollice on or before the
day above desinnah'd lor the eoniinetieenieiit
if said sale, othei wise their rihtt to be for
feited. M It A KL T. NOLAN. Helster.
inU ANNE M. LANtJ, lieeeiver.
In the circuit court of the state of Oregon, fur
the county of Wasco.
Norton B. Jordan, Plaintiff
Anna Jordan, Defendant
To Anna Jordan, defendant alwve named :-- In the
name of the state of Oregon:
You are hereby commanded to appear and an
swer the complaint filed against you in the above
entitled suit, within six weeks fount liu- -U day !'
February, A. D., 905, said day bem the brut day
of the publication of this Htimmas; and if yon
M Sftfl. WWte ATrf TIf tKTel i Y Aem.lMrV W
his complaint tiled in said eaune. to-wit: -a decree
of divorce dissolvinr the bonds of matrimony ex
istinK between the plaint nT and defendant in said
cause, and for general relief.
This summons is published by virtue of un or
der of Hon. W. L. Hradshaw jude of the circuit
court for VV'asco county, stale of Oregon, dabtl
the l!4th day of January, A. 1., l90u. which or
der specifies and provides for six week., and for
seven insertions as the time for which this sum
mons shall be published in the Hood K!vr (ila
cier, a newspaper of general circulation puhlisheii
weekly in Htsid River, Oregon.
Dated at Hood Hiver, Onyon, .this 'Jt'.lh day of
January. Hfi. JOliN LKLAND itENDKlvSoN,
f- mch 'J Att4rney for f 'lnint
NOTICK run ri'lil.K'ATION.
Dcimrt'i i, t of Hie llitri'l"!', I.mnl (Uliic ill
The lliilh f. oii'iimi, Hcliriiiiry 7, VM,
NoIHt l lii'ri'h.v irivi'll Hint llli' li 1 1 0 1 (f -nanipil
" til, r has lllcil ii"li'i' l IiIk Inli'iii inn
U) llll'ki' ll'iiil pionl' 111 Mil I . n n t nl' hlh rlilim,
mill HiiiI .-will tlmil pl'iiuf will lie nimlc lii'lnrc
the ri uUiim- imil rt'irelvrr hi The IiiiHt s, tiri-on
on Sum li H, i'.Kft, v i,:
DANKOKD A. I1AKT.
of 1 1 ooil Hlver, tlreKiin, mi II K. . I'.'UII, fnr
Inls 1 1, inni ;H. section iruiml lot I n' nectinn
'i'Z, lownKh.p 1 north, riume liiensi W. .M.
He un . i i'K the followlni: wltnessi's to prove
hlH ontliiiiiinK ri'Nlilenee upon hiiIiI Innil, vi:
Hohel't l.iimre, ( liuetiee I,. Ilen.in. Ilwiir
H'reileniMii't'. inni Wlllliiin S. (Jrilihle, all of
Mount IIomiI, oriKiin.
lllini-;:l MIi'HAKI.T. NOLAN, ltenKler.
A DM IN ISTKATt )Ii'S NOTICK.
Notice In herehy nlvwi Hint pursuant In mi
orilcr K'ven ly Ihe Hon. A. K. l.kc, .linltic ol i
Wls.-oI'iiIMIIV. llHleil lit Till! I ). I lc. 1 ll'iiioii .
lleccinlH-r -'M, lm.l.tlic unilt'i-HiKUfii, I'.ilwiinl
Cook, Iihs heen iippolnteil sole iiiliiiiniNtriitor
ol the chi Hie ol ( taurine Owen, (leeeliseil, Inle ol'
Iloolt Kiver, W'dm'o Counly, State of (Jleyon.
All iierHiiliH liitvlni; elitims HKiilnst Niiiit c
tKteHle reuesteil to prenent Iheai. tu'compiin
led hy proper vouehers, lit the ollice of .lohll
Ledo'iil Henilerson, at HikhI Itlver, oreiron, or
ut the residence of kiiIiI telininlMtrator on his
farm near HikhI Kiver, union, within six
moll t h h fioin llie ilHlcof this noilee,
fll-ind Adinlnlstnitor of Ihe KKimeof
lieoure iiwch, lleecRNcil.
tinted llood Itlver, lirenon, .1 nmiiu y li, l!)5.
Notice to Creditors
Nntlce Ik hretiy Klven tliiit t'.V an onlcr f
tlie Miunty court nfllie ttHte of Onyoii fr
Whwo comity, daU'il Kchnmry 9, 1!;i5, thf un
dcrHlKiied vm duly npiMtlnl! executttr ot
the will of . I. W. Hlat'K, deccHrted, Ml pi r-
HII1K tiHVllll( ClulHIH HlfUlUst Ktild CHtJltC tl TC
hereby notiflwl to incHt-nt the hiiinc lo (lie
imder'lKned, p oerIy verified, hi hi (dure
of iMiKlneHHHt Odell, In iliMid Kiver valley,
Whim-i' count v, Oregon, within six iikiiiIIih
lloSWKI.I- SHKI.I.I' ,
Kxecutorof the Kmiue of J. W. lilm-k,
English Walnut Trees
We ure Hpeclal irrowerH. Bent soft shell vh
rletMn. Ahutidtint tieurerK t eiirly iiLre. Th'.v
thrive In oremm. We cim tell you nil nhoiit
tlietii. Write for eHtulogue und I n form it t ion.
BROOKS & SONS,
Walnut ArrxiTiiiini . i'nrllon, f'irr.
In neifKon. Popular violet
afler April Id.
es In nnv oieintlty
I hOH. CAl.KINH.
Money to Loan.
Money to Iohii in funif tif JfMHf lo 1MH.
Addrew h. K. KoiitK. Iminher o( ( iim
Iiinree lniildlnif, I'oi lhuid. oe, flritf
Thin 1m not my own money. H. K. Kutv
To eotitlnue 'ie runil mull servle on Kouti1
N . :i, U Ih I in i 6 utlve that nil thoe u ho turn:
Mibnerllned to iHe enrrUT H 1'iiid p.-.y linim rli
Htely . httt hiilimee U due I'ayilienlH eull tu
nmde ut liutler 4 Co. k Imnk.
Coin. It. F. 1. No.
.lanltrtr work done Nt p'umiuihie prie hy
exMrteneed initn. Apply to K. W. cttos,
All kinds oi eriet weiivit.i:. 1:ul' noole
from ohl carprts. .MK. (.ul -l- V.
fj tf Hood Hlver ll.-luni-
Fnl 5 ennl 4 lisit oik. Si-onls l-toot pine or
i nr. IS ri. k2-rot ouk. 1" riek -j-(ool r Hi-
1 wood, to le dell.ei-. d nt 1'ine (iro.e seh iol
j liotle on fir tsTore Sept. 1. 1'.5 Wood lo In;
! hrst 'llde Hnd l-eoided up 111 l):.elui-nl
; and wneNhed asdlrei-ted hy the hourd ot di
' relor. Hlds inUMt lie In hv Mureli Si. Ht 1
j o'clock noon. V.NMM Hhl.L.i lerk.
GET READY FOR
COURT WANTS GOOD SHOWING
ConmiiNsioncr It ibliar.l AnxiniiH tile
l'i'oiilc Should lletrin l'rfiariitinns
"It is liii,'h timo tlm ii((iln of Hood
River Ih'kuii to iirt'Hi' for the Lowin
ami l lurk tinr, Haul Commiiisiimor
HiliUtril, Kriiliiy xftoriioon on hi
ri'turn friun u homcioh of tho county
"Tho county court Htnl thu pooplo
in t ho J.UKtcrii part of the? county uro
williiiL' to Hint imxioiiH to moot tho
people of Hood Kivor hitlf vviiy in wv.
curing tho m i vicoH of n capnlilo niim
to look iiftrr tho cvliiliit on tho fnir
L'fiiiiiuls, Mini to t:ivn out inforiinit ion
to vixitors. In met thelo shoulil lie
tv. o toon.
"The coiit.ty uotilii t'e liiil to help
pay Miino oiio, if t in. people will ren-
(l.T 111! 01)111. 1 111 Oil lit. Of 111-hil.tlllll'O.
Wiiscu county lu.h provide'd iiinple
paiv I't tl.e i x I'lilntiiin aji oiiinU iniil
tin. court is anxious tliat I'Clletlcinl
resiiit.. 1 . i: j 1 lu'ii'iie to the fanners."
Monday ConiinisMoiier llitiliai'd and
.Indue ljid:e went to i'lii'tlniul to make
liinil aiiaiiu'i ii onts tor Wasco coun
ty's cxliil il at llio fair, t'oaimissioner
llililmrd .-a. s tho coi.ri, 1ms con
siilen d tl.e plan of having lithograph
Intnl.. piunt.'d ami on those lahels a
space lett blank lor (lie name of the
exhil'itor. the tiling exhil.iteil and
the locality where produced.
"it. is the intention of the court,"
cont ini;rd tiio coiiiinissioner, to let.
each con. mini it y li.iv. lull credit foi
v.tiale.er it seiuis to I'latland. While
the exliiliit as a wln.lo ) rep.'esi at
Wasco crliiity, -aeh indi.diiial il'iiit
or voi'lai'i" rouer will receive prop
"We intend i:1m)Io pay tho market
prh o for what is ,'iven in for exhibi
tion purposes. AiTniiKomonts will be
made with the commission n oil ol
l'ol'Uaud to take the fruit lit what
ever it is worth, after it has served its
purpo.-e at t he lair. In this manner
the county will be partially reim
liursoii. "There is un timo to lose, and lluise
who expect to miiko exhibits, should
lie bo thinking about, it and piepar
iliK their tdirdi'iix mid fruit trees for
producing t ho llnest. the Hood Kiver
climate and laud will turn oil'."
Last fall the county court expended
about :?:HHi in buying u lot of apples
which have been kept in cold titornue
during t lie w inter at Portland. W hile
tlii.su w ill form it pnrt, of the exhibit
fruits will iniKineut the exhibit, until
tlm apples henin to ripen in the early
fall, whin llood Kiver expectx to
miiko her bert i-howiiii,'.
Adolph Asholl', forest, euporvisor
of tlie north hull' of the Cai-cnde re
serve, sends the ( llacier the following
circular letter from the honorable see
retiiry of agriculture, sent to .Mr. As
cholf by (lili'ord l'inchot, of the forest
reserve ser ice, Wasliingtoii, 1), (!. :
United State, department of ujicul
ollice of the seeretay, nshini,'
D. ('.lYb. 1. 1!tt C. The For
ester, l orest Service--Sir: tlie presi
dent has attached his (denature to the
follow inn net :
"An act porvidiiiK for the transfer
of the forest rei-one from tin. depart
ment of the interior to t he department
" lie it enacted by the senate and
I ( llollst) if M 1 I Iff 1 1 bit i VK of till
rnit.od Ht fit is ol America in coni;ross
iisssemliled, Thiil the secretary ol
tho dcpiiit.inent. of iiK'rii'iilture tlmil,
from und lifter the pussiie of this net,
evecute or cause to he executed laws
idfectiny pulilic hinds heretofore ol
herenfter reserved under tlie provi
sions of section 21 of the ni t entitled
'An net to repeal the timlier culture
laws, and for other purposes,' up
nrovod March lid 1WI, and nets sup-
i)einont:il thereto and amendatory
thereof, niter such lands have been so
reserved, except iim such laws lis idled
the siirveyiun prospeclini, local ini;,
approprint.iiiK. entering, relinii:ish
inX.reeon.eyintr, cei'tityinK or pntout
imr of anv such hinds.
"See. 2. That pulp wood or wood
liul'i manufactured from timber in
the district of Alaska may be export
"Sec. II. That forest supervisors
i and landers shall lie selected, when
i practicable from iputlilLed citizens ol
; t h. states and ternoi ios inwhicht lie
snid reserves are respectively situated.
"Hoc. 1. 'i hat the rights o way for
' the construction mid inaiiiteiuinee ol
dams, reservoirs, water plants, ditch
es, Humes, pipes, tunnels ami canait
within and across the forest r serves
ol the United States are In 1 1 bv rant.
ed to cit iens and corporal ions of t In
I'niti'il States for municipal or mining
purposes, and for the purpose of mil
lin,' ami the reduction of ores, iluriiiK
the period of their benelleial Use, un
der such rules and regulat ions as may
l.i preM'ribeil by the secretary of the
int. rior and subject to the laws ol
llii- state or territory in which said
reserve... an respi ot holy situated.
'See. i hat all money received
in ni thi' sale of any products cr the
i. -e i f tiny laud or resources of said
foio i li'.-erves shall be covered into
the tna.-ui) of the t'nited Hoes, and
lor a period of five vcais fiom the
luis-i L'e of this net shull constitute a
s :., I fund available until e ended
to, tl.e secntary of HKlici. Utile li ny
diriit, for ttie protection, administra
tion and extension of federal forest
"Approve. 1. February 1, l!.")."
'.y t liis in i t he administration o!
't'O fedelal fore-t rcsirw.si Is tl.illS
Terre.l to t hi3 department. Its provi
sions v. il! be can ied ont tl.ioiiiih the
ton -t . -ei rice, under your immediate
supervision. Vou have nln ady tenia
t' . y m eotiiiled tiie traiisfi r with
t he commi. i ioio r ot the general land
otliee. whose oweis and dutii s thus
liaiisternd 1 assign to you. Until
jxu will submit
to me for approval nil questions of or-
k'ani.atiou. sides, permits, ami privli
CkTi'S, except such as are trusted by
the present regulations to the Held
ollieors on thi proiiud. All otlieers
of the forest reserve sen ice transferred
will be subject to your instructions
and w ill report direct to you: 1 on
will at once issue to tliein the ncces
sary not ice to I his elfect.
In order lo i'.n ijitate tho prompt
transaction el I usim.-s upon the for
est reserves a; d to ivo died to the
Kellelld p)'liry )HitiilU'd below, you
areiiistiiu l. il to reeommoml at the
earliest. pruetioi.Wo date whatever
changes may I e necessiuy in the
rules and regulations KoveruiiiK tlie
reserves, so that 1 may, in accerd
anctt with the provisions of tho above
act, delegate to you and tho torest
reserve ottieers in the held, so much
of my aullii rity as may he essentia
tothe ir)impt transaction of business,
ami to the administration of tin.
reserve in iiccoi dance with local
needs. Until such revision is made,
the present rules mid regulations w ill
remain in force, except those reliitini;
to the receipt and ami transmittal
of moneys in which ease special fiscal
aneuts of this department w ill perform
the duties herd) b io rendered bv the
receives of the local land olhc s in
id cord: -nee with existing laws ami
regulations. Ihe chief of records,
forest reserve, is hereby tlesinnnleil n
special li.-cid ny'cut, and jou will
direct h'uu at. once to ex. 'into and
submit for my ai pi ov al a bond tor
(In December IT, l'.hU, the pre ident
iitned the follow iim order : "In the
exercise of I ho power vested in tin
president hy section 1 7 1 !." of the re
vised statutes and acts in indalory
It is ordered, 'i'liat all 1 ersoiis
employed in the Ih Id and in the Dis
trict, of Columbia in the 'piotidion
.iii.l admiiiistrat ion of forestry re
serves in or tin. n. in ml land ollice
of the interior depart lueiit." be class-
illed mid the civ ii service ad, und
rides applied thereto, and that no
person hereafter I o appointed, em
ploved, promoted or tiaiisferred in
said service until lie I iisses nn exami
nation in colli orieit it heri-w it h, iiule.-s
s ecillcally i.xempled thereiiniler.
1 Ills order sliull applv to alt otliiv.s
and i mi loves, except person, em
ployed merely as hd oier,-, and per.-oio
whose appointments are conllrmed by
till, si nate. "
1 his order classifies t he whole for
est reserve service, now truusi'ci ml.
1 1 1 ' 1 places it under the civ il eervice
n t he adiiiinist rut ion of tho fori st
reserve it. must bo eh al ly born in
mind that all land is to be devoved
lo its most productive use for the per
maiu nt ,'ood of the whole people and
not for t h). temporary benetit of in-
liv idunls or coinpnnies.
All the resources of the forest ri-
and litiisness like maimer under such
restrictions only as will insure the
permanence of tlieso resources. 'ihe
vital importance ol the lescrvos to the
K'rent. ministries ol inn vvesieru siaies
w ill ho largely increased in the near
future by the coiitiuued steady ad
vance ill settlement and development.
l'he iicriiiniionoo of the resources ol
the reserves is therefore indispensable
to continued prosperity, and the pel
ii'y of this depait lueiit for their pro
tection and use will invariably be i.'iiid-
od by this fact, always beariii),' in
mind that the conservative use ol
these rosoiiiccs in no way eoiillicts
with their permanent value. Vou
will see to if that, the water, wood,
and fornno of the res. rves are con
served and wisely used for tl.e bene
III of the homebuilder lirst of t.JI; up
on whom depends the In st. permniieiit
use of lands and resources alike. '1 he
continued prosperity of the i.o;iiciil
lurid, luniberini,', minliis,' ami live
stock is directly dependent upon a
porniiineiit and accessible supply ut
water, wood, and foiiii,'!.. lis well as
upon the present am! Indue Use of
these resources under businesslike
i 'ii lut ixtiM, enforced wit h prompt
ness, ell'ediv eness, and common
sense. In the muniistemeiit of each
reserve local questions will bo decided
upon local uniiinds; the dominant
industry w ill bo considoid lir.-t, but.
with as little ri st.rirtioii to minor in
dustries as may be possible; sudden
cluuiucs in industrial conditions will
be avoided by Kiadual adjustment
after due notice; and where coiillict
inc interests must be reconciled, llie
juestiiili will always be decided fiom
Uio stamlpioiit, of tin. greatest, i,rood to
, he greatest number in t he loiij run.
'lhe.-e hoik lid plineiples will ioveru
in the protection ami use of tho water
siipi'ly, in the disposal of t imter and
wood, in the use of the nil. tie, and in
all other matters connected wit li I he
mnmiKcmoiit of the reserves. '1 hey
can be successfully applied only when
the admiiiist rat ion ol each reserve Is
left very law ly in tin' hands of the
otlieers, under tlie eye of thoroiiojdy
trained and competent inspectors,
.1 AM KS WILSON,
( tierrt Tr
A I' ll in.
lit, ml Noithuest.
Almost evi iy papir in Ore),;
puhlisheii an item siding t i al.
t ion of 1 la' huyi -t ci.i rry t re:
l'aeilie coa-t v. ill be exi.ibiled
Lewis and (lark exposition
free L'lew in ( 'id. '1 lu re i.-, a
Ann cherry tree ou the A bormtt !i
place tw o miles from Now hi r,;. ir. f,m,
li ii-h iiiea-ures PJ b et. in eir
eiiee at a distanee ot live p., i
..'round. A cl.eny t r v l.nd;
b et in eireiin.li relic.- l.i. bed,
oil i:. the I nt, t sound count r.v.
is also n pretty luic elierry
ol i I be
: e; oi t
1 1 ee at
( liniida i Iain's It' in ! bh ts
I lull beallily Ul d l -I
-ei'i'liiliu ml ( haiiib. 1 'Iain's I
oile.li 1;. Ili
I wo ;,e,us
II pa ii! n, I
not I vva
I could not
e.iv for alb el urns ot lie
iiiUL's'' s ys llou. .1 -.1 1 n -
s,.. P, SI , ( ll'C.IJO.
ito dinioi: a poiitieal i
iMlieht ei.l.l aher beioj;
bieb init it' .1 my tliloa
io.il'V ' nil" .I'-.l hi slop,
hilnl. 1 1. lo v ex I ii mil v a fi lend
idv is.d un- to 1 1 y I ii a II i be i Iain's I i llli' 1 1
itemedy. I took ! wo doses I bat ..tl-i-ll"OII
ami eollid ll'.l li"!icve lll.V si l.-l's
.bell 1 folillll the next II . it'll 11' tile
inllainllialioii bad 1 s 1 1-i -! v subsiddl. I
took several do-.es that dav, kept r L-bt
on talk ion I liroucb ihe i an i pa ii; n, and
I thank this medicine i hat 1 won my
seat in the council." This remedy is for
1 sale by Williams' Pharmacy.
DO IN OREGON
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE
1 : fleet i ve Ailverlisiiiix Muller 1'nli
lislicil liy l'assenirer l)eiurt incut of
(he 0. It. A. N.
"What Farmers Have, Done in
Told s'ihi, wasinnlou und Klalio, as
by Themselves" is the title of un orl-
iuul and etfective Kiherlisinn pam
phlet published by the pasi-enner de
part men of the O. II. & X. Co. The
booklet consists, of plain unvarnished
stories of success told by the farmers
themselves under their own signa
tures. The photographs of the farm
ers aud their wives ncconipiiiiy muiiy
of t he articles.
There are no lonn hot air spiels, no
wearying tables of Huros ami statis
tics, just tho plain truth, which Is all
I hat is tie; e-snary when tellinir of tile
chance of a fortune in the Northwest
count i y.
llood Uiver femes in for a couple
i f linos, which contains the pictures
of Mayor and Mrs. A. S. liluwcrs ami
Mr. and Mrs. 1 (1. Chinch. Tro
letters Iron, llood Uiver fiuit uroweis
are as follows:
.). 1. CAHH01X, Mosier,()ieiion-1
loft Ohio, my native state in lSi'U and
moved to Kansas liviiiK there II) years.
In lllell 1 came to OrcKon, "the laud
of bii; red upples''. 1 settled in Mo
sier in l!.'.M ami (.uridinsed the lanil I
now live on, pnj inn flii per Here for it
in the brush. On my 115 acres 1
erected a house ami con mi need to
clear my farm. 'l'he first year I
cleared ououiMi to plant 4 Hi npplo
trees. Since that time 1 have been
plant ini,' some trees lively year liliil
now have about ItHHl on my place. Tho
treiM I ear very yonnu in this locality.
My thi trees nielli years eld yielded
: bout, U.HHi boxes of apples ill l'.ltili.
Nt'iiii' of thy Spitzeiihei'K trees pro
liiiced 1-biishelsi )ncli, vvliiidl I sold
at irl.70 er bushel. Some of my
other varieties yileded as much or
more, but did not. brine, as noo.l a
pi ice. The flltl trees netted me iVM
at c u;ht years old. This is the llnest
iriiit country 1 have overseen.
All kinds do well and the quality of
! lie fruit, cannot bo beaten. Kimi my
expri I i-nce I. believe Mosier to be tho
I e.-t liuit section in Orenon for ull
kinds of fruit as wo ilo not have to
irrigate, wliicli saves it irmt expense.
If one desires to o into the fruit
business I do not think ho could
do letter than come to Mtitiir, us
laud is com unit ively ) hi'iip at pres
ent, t loo.l returns are always found
wit hout money.
A. S. liluwcrs. Hood Uiver, Oregon
Three years years hijo 1 sold a tract
of 'JO acres on time. Kiht Rcres of
this was planted to straw berries, from
which the purchaser in two years
paid for the entire ti acres at l?70 per
aciR, besides making u liviiiK for four
)ersons. 'Ihe present owner lias re
fused 1 100 per ncre for the tract. This
is not an exceptional case, ninny far
mers in the valley have dona equally
as well. 1 leased u tract coutainiiiK
one half aero less two roils, from
w hid) t hero was marketed 1HII crates
of llrst class strawberries one half of
which 1 received lor rent, which at
fillj per cral.e meant (? I'.Hi.fU.
J. W. Morton, Hood Uiver, Oro-
Kon 1 ''nun -'.j acres of strawberries
I raised IlliO crates, which made me a
net prolit of jot it or f-UO per aero.
Such strawberry land is worth HOtlll
II. V. Davidson, llood Itlvor, Oro-'.:oi:--V.lieu
the strawberry liidnsl'y
was in its iutancy many co le were
.-keptical iibout straw berries urcwiiiK
on certain soil but A. 1'. Hiitelmm
planted a Held of ten acres on soil
that, wici condemned as worthless. In
t he summer of l'.Kil we took off the
fourth crop at a net pmlll of $l.rit;0
another crop was taken oil' in UKi'2 at
a net prolit, of iM-iOO which was the
tilth crop trom the plant inn and it is
eeiieridly believed tliat it is the best
to rest after the fourth crop. All
soils in this section l reduce iiol
strawberries with p,.od cultiviitic.il.
Wo have handled crops row-ii ou
other Holds that nave tin- grower a
net. prolit d' t'li'ti and ..'iiKi per acre.
While these are exceptions it is possi
ble, lor any mini to do as well.
August I'aascti, llood liiver, Ore
gon I cam), hen l'J years iiko with
enough money to buy lL'0 acres of mi -improved
land for which 1 paid S'oiiD.
I had a family of small children, liy
industrious methods 1 made my place
seli'siippuitinn trom the start. Today
I have one of llie best places ill tho
viU y Kimd orchartls, substantial
bud.iiiiKs and everything to wuke
homo coiiifoi'tnblo. Twelve thi i .aiiil
uollai's would not tempt me to part
v it h my farm.
F. d. Church, Hood Kiver, Oregon
Ii, Senlember. 1 '. a ' i. 1 ciime to Hood
! hli'.cr and boiidit lilai ii'. iyillKli"i
Ian acre. There was one-hall acre of
I ,-t raw berries '., aire of blackberiies
laud n nn- lien f youiiK iiloliard jn-t
I eoniiiioiieii j; to bear. In litll I
hipped 111 crates, of strawberries., for
! which 1 received JXH, all In ir thu
J hah aire trad ; HI crates of 1 lui k-
bellies from tl.e half acre which
lioii.'lit slpl. In the spm.n of
1 ; i . 1 l sit out one aero mine to
sr.iwbeires and in l!rJ 1 s. Id 4 5
elates from the acres fi r i I'.ioi. ; 0 ;
Ir. i.i Ih.. half ncre of st : : 1 1 r. u-s
ill! ... c lull's, for whiih i moiveil
...'."'. I ii.ii'ii. ii ore c :o" mo: y l'rom
lie I'.j inns ol : tin.-berrii s than I
po I- ii mil. Iri-iii a quarter siclion of
v. heat laud during the '3' jears I was
-iiki,'''1 in that business in Northern
vV. A. Sliiii'erlaud, llood Kivi r, Ore
gon 'llie amount of prolit r acre
for apple on-hard in this vi Hey is
limited only by the amount of labor
put on, inn. taken of the trees and
ati'-nl ion uivcii to the details of the
industry. It is not tiucoiuti on to
pick from eieht to S bushels from a
biyinrolt tie. Properly planted
. tln'io an- (mm TO to H() trees to the
acre. Land iu learinK orchard is
iwoith from jTVJU to ?1UOO.