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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, MARCH 30, 1905.
HOOD RIVKrt LolXiU NO. 1US, A. F. and A.
A. M. Meeu. HuuirdHy evening on or before
earn iuii moon. triman ulti.sk, w. m.
A. 1). MoE, ISecreUtry.
HIU KIVEH CH Al'I'Ktt NO. S. R. A. M.-
Meaui nrst and luird Friday nitjlitsol eauk
month. K. CHANULKit, H. P.
A. 1). Mok, (Secretary.
HOOD KIVER I'HAKJ'EH NO. SS, O. E. 8.
AleetJ second and fourth Tuesday evening
of each month. Visitors cordially welcomed!
Mils. J. I.. IIKItSU.NKIt, W, M.
Mks.Thehk.sa Ca.sinkh, Secretary.
IDLEWlLllH 1.O0OENO. 107, I. O. O. C
Meets In Kraterual lill, every Thursday
Illgnt. WM, UAHUEK, w. u,
II. C. Smith, Secretary
EIIEN ENCAMPMENT. NO. 48. 1. O. O. K.
Regular inci ting second and fourth Monday
oi rucn in u 1 1 n . l. ii. mouse, c. tr .
H. K. Kmiik an, Scribe.
LAUREL KliilKK AH DEUKKE LolHiE NO.
81, 1. 0. o. ! .-Meets llrst and third Fridays
in eacn nioniii.
Mas. E. W. Udell, N.G.
Mas. IXra Thomson, Secretary.
WAUCOMA l.OIKiE NO. 30, K. OK P.
MeeU In K. ol i'. hall every Tuettday n.eht.
V. c. Ukock, CO.
H. T. Hewitt, K. of a. and 8.
HOOD K1VEK CAMP, NO. 7,702, M. W. A.
Meets In K. ot P. hall every Wednesday
night. OHA8. Jones, V. (J.
HOOD KIVKlt t'A.Vll', NO. '.70, W. O. W.
Meels on tlrst mm third Tuesday of each
mouth In Odd fellows' hall.
K. II. BhAOG, C. C.
II. W. Wait, Clerk.
HOOD HI VEK CIIU'I.E NO. WOMEN OF
Woodcruft Meets at K. oi i hall on the
first and Third Friday of euch inontii.
I.KNiiltA S l-1' it it, U. N,
Nei.i.ik hoi.i,ovvi:i.l, Clerk.
HIVEltSIDELOllljKNO. (18 A. O. V. W -Meets
llrst and third Siiiu.iii.ys of each
mouth. t . I.. MifPj.E, M. W.
E. K. Hkadi.ky, Kiii.ii c er
Chkstkk Shute, ltiiooier.
Riverside i.oii;k mi iii, ltKuuKE of
Honor, A. O. U. W.-1lU first mid third
isuluritu s at 8 p. in.
MlS t'OHA U.l'l'l.li, (J. of H.
Miss Cakkie Corel, k, itecorder.
UBDEROF WAtilil.NUlON HOOD KIVEH
Union No. 14'2-Meels in K. of 1'. hall the
second and fourth Saturdays in each month
at 7:80 p. in. E. b. Itoou, 1'resident.
kj. v. ijakin, weereiary.
OI.ETA akSKMHLY NO. 1U3, UNITED ART
iMtiis. Meets the iirsl and third Wednes
days, work; second and fourth Wednesdays
Artisans' hall. J. H. Koueku, M. A.
C. D. Hk.nhich, Heerclary.
CO I' KT iii lot) KI V KRN 6. 42, FTjREstEUS
ot America, Meets second and fourth Mon
days in each mouth in K. ot P. hall.
Geo. E. Sonokk, C. R.
F. C. Hiiosirs, F. ('.
CAABV 1'UMl, NO. Ki.O. A. H.-MEETS AT
A. o. U. W. hail, second and fourth Halur
ditysof each month at 2 o'clock p. in. All
j. A. R. members invited to meet with us.
A. li. I'MKi.rs, Commander.
Thomas (joss, Adjulant.
CA.MiV W. It. C, No. ID-MEETS SECOND
and fourth Saturdays of each Month in A.
0. U. W. hall at 2 p. in.
Ki.i.kn Hi.owKBS, President.
1. tzziK OKK, Secretary
MOUNTAIN HOME CAMP No. 34119, R. N. A.
Meets at the K. of P. Hall on the second and
fourth Fridays of eaeh month.
Mkh. cakkie Uhosics, O.
Mrs. Eli.a Dakin, Recorder.
Waitna Temple No. II. Kathbone Sisters.
Meets sccou , and Idtirth Thursdays of each
month. Amanda Whitehead, M.E.c.
STELLA KlCHAKllHON, M. of K. & C.
DR. W. T. ROWLEY,
l'HYHICIAN, SUiUJEON, OCCULIST
Office lu Smith Building.
Office phone J(il. Residence phone 863.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Telephones: office, 281; residence, 811.
Ml lUO EON O. H. 4 N. Co.
flRS. MARY JOHNSON, M.I).
Physician and Surgeon.
Offices and Residence In E. L,. Smith Building
over First Nut. linuk. Entrance, rear
of bank, on Third St.
H. L. DUMBLE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Successor to Dr. M. F. Shaw.
Calls promptly answered in town or country,
Duy or Night.
Telephones: Residence, till: Office, 1113.
otliee over Wood Bros.' Oroeerv.
DR. M. A. SMOOT,
Graduate of American Sclio.il of Osteopathy,
llroslus Building, Room 9. Tel. 1033.
HOOIl RIVER, OREGON.
DR. A. F. ROWLEY,
Office in the Smith Building. Phone DM.
C H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Specialist on Crown and Bridge Work.
Telephones: office, 281; residence, SM.
Office over Bank Uldg. Hood River, Ore.
E. H. HARTWIG,
Will Practice In All Court.
Office wlrh Geo. 1). Ctilbertsou A Co. Col
lections, Abstracts, Settlement ol Estates.
HOOD ItlVEK, OREGON.
JOHN LELAND HENDERSON
ATTORNKY-AT-LA W. ABSTRACTER, AO.
1AKY PUBLIC and RIAL
For it yean reildent of Oregon and Wuh-
Jnittnii. liu bad many years experience la
teal Kttate matters, u abttrictor, searcher ol
titles and agent, fjallilactlon guaranteed or
Abstract. Furniihed. Money Loaned.
Hood River, Oregon.
p C. BR0S1U8, M. D.
' THYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
'Phone Central, or 121.
Office Hoar : 10 to 11 A. M. j I to S
and 6 to 7 P. M.
pOGER 8. SANBORN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
HOOD IIViR 0I0Oa
ON TON BARBER 8HOP
HAYNE8 A GREY, Peon.
The place to get u easy ihave, en ap-to-de
aalr cut, and to enjoy the luxury el a porcelain
"HE O. K. BARBER BHOF
Howll A Rees, Prone. Between J. I. Rand'i
and E. C. right's. Strictly first elate. 8atl
Arrival and Iieparlure of Mails.
The postofflce Is open dally between 8 a. ni.
and 8 p. m.; Sunday Iroin 12 to 1 o'clock. Mails
for the East close at 11.20 a. in., 8.20 p. m. and
9 p. in.; for the West, at 2.40 p. in. and p. ni.
The carriers on 11. K. I), routes No. I and 2
leave the poatottioe at 8.30 a. m. Mall leaves
For Ml. Hood, dally at 12 in.; arrives 10.20
Kor Underwood, Wash., at 12 m Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays; arrives same days
at 11 a. m.
For White Salmun, Wash., dally at 12 m.;
arrives at 11 a. in.
For Hood River, dally at 9 a. in.; arrives at
i p. m. '
For Muslim, Trout Lake and Oilier, Wash.,
dally at 7.31) a. m.; arrives 5 p. m.
For Oleiiwood, Fulda and Gilmer, Wash.,
dully at 7.30 a. m.; arrives at 5 p. ni.
For Pine Flat and Snowdeu, Wah., at 1 p.
m. Tuesdays and Saturday; arrives same
days at 12 m.
For Blngen, dally at 4 ii p. m.; arrives at
s.w a. m.
0. R. & N. TIME TABLE.
No. 2, Chlcaxo Special, 11:43 a. m.
No. 4, Spokane Flyer, 8:38 p. in.
No. 8, Mall and Express, 10:50 p. in.
No. 24, Way Frelirht, 12:10 p. m.
No. 22. Fast Freight, 4M a. m.
No. 1, Portland Special. 8:03 p. m.
No. 8, Portland Flyer, 5:.i a. m.
No. 5, Mall and Express, 4:48 a. in.
No. 23, Way Freight, :2.' a. in.
No. 21, Fast Freight, 6:45 p. in.
AMD Union Pacific
1:16 a. m.
Rait Lake, Denver,
Kansas City, st.
Bait Lake, Denver,
rt. Worth, Omaha,
Kansas City, St.
Walla Walla, Lewis
Paul, Duluth, Mil
PORTLAND TO CHICAGO
No Change of Cars.
Lowest Rates. Quickest Time.
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE
All sailing dates
8:00 p. m,
ubjeet to ohange
For Ban Franolseo
fall every e daya
10:00 p. m.
To Altorla and Wy
6:00 p. m.
8:B0 p. m.
Tues , Thu
and way landings.
J :00 a.m.
Oregon City, Dayton and TiL
and way landings.
I.T. Rlparla tntke River. LT.Lewlstoo
4:06 a.m. I I (:00 a.m.
Dally except Rlparla to Lewlston Datly except
Uaturday I Friday.
A. L. CRAIQ,
General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oi
T.J. KINNA1BD, Agent. Hood Klyer.
YOD ML BE SATISFIED
WITH YOUR JOURNEY
If your tickets rend over the Denver
and Kio Grande Railroad, tiie
"Scenic Line of the World,"
There tire wi many scenic til tnictiona
and points or interest alon t lie line
between Ogden Hint Denver that
the trip never becomes tiresome.
If you are (roing Kast, write for infor
mation and get a pretty linuk Hint will
tell yon all ttlimit it.
W. C. MHIltllH', (Jeneral Agent,
14 Third Street,
D R. JONE3, Dentist
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plates.
Treatment of diseased teelli and gums.
Office over Jackson's Store.
Phone 1W.I1. Oak St. Km ranee.
To the ovnr of a hall InterpFt In the fence
btwwn the N K V. and Hie 8K V, of S-c. 8, Tp.
2 N. raiift 11 east, on ItoHe lilll, to dtHMjlve
piirtncivliip In aalil frntf , April I, lHiS.
m il .lolin Kiu'p, Part Owner.
F.S.Stani.ky, E L. Smith, E. o. Bi.anchar
Pres. Vice-Pres. Cashier.
The First National Bank
OF HOOD RIVEIt, OREGON.
Capital and Surplus, $:t),000.
Established Juno 1, MM.
P. M. HALL-LEWiS
Civil and Architectural Engineer
Office, Second St., adjolnlna Wnuconin Hotel.
Residence alter April 1st, Country Club Inn.
HOOD KIVEH, OREGON.
STRANAHAN & SUVCNS,
HOOD RIVKR, ORIXiOX.
S. H. COX
Plahs and Eitihatis FciNieRID.
J. F. STRANAHAN,
01 25 years' experience. Will fur
Blah plans nd BiecinVationi for all
kinds of bnildipiis. Strictly up to dU.
Located at Hood River.
E. A. SOULE.
Plans and Ektimateu Fuknishek
UPON APPLICATION. dl
FREDFRICK & ARNOLD,
Estimates furnished on all kinds of work
I'linTins nrnion, sunn w.
A liUIILM. Frederick. Mi m
F. W. PEIBNOW,
Carpenter & Builder
Kstlnmtps PhPerfully rurnmliPd,
VIhiih and HneclttoatloiiH furnished.
All work promptly und enrt'fully uttended to.
Hood River, Ore.
BELIEU & SANDERS,
Plans and Kjitimatkh Kubnishkii
SIMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
HcroniliH' I'liintintr and l'iiirr lliiiitrlng
I'lans furnialied. l'.stitnaU's cure
HOOD HI VEK, OKKUON.
UREKA MEAT MARKET,
HcGUIRK BROS., Props.
Dealer! In Freeh and Cured Meati. Lard.
Poultry, FruttK and Vegetable!.
FRAZIER & SON,
Flue and Fireplace Work a npeciiilty.
HOOD RIVKR, ORKUOX.
HMOKK TH K
Hood River Strawberry
5c Ciar. Then try an "It. ft ml U.'9
For pnle by alt dealers.
rriUS ('! A li FACTORY,
W. Kiver St. DAMKI. li. II KM M KllL, l'rop.
English Walnut Trees
We are special urowerH. Bent no ft shell va
rieties. Abundant hearers st early aje. They
thrive In Oregon. We can tell you all about
them. Write for catalogue and Information.
BROOKS & SONS,
Walnut Xi'mirimin. Carlton, (tre.
Hood River Marble Works
Am propinvd to execute
all orders for granite ami
marble work, monuments,
Also contract for all kinds
of stone masonry, con
KDWIN A. HKM)EUS').S, M.iMiiif.T.
Notary Pnhllr for Oregon.)
It-'iitnM for lit;l)( lio' Pfkeepin, ccn-1
trail v Incati il.
One or tv o hotiH'-H on the It II.
City Property for Sale, i
I.Mf on I In- iii.-titllinent plan j
Two lots, barn, wi st etnl of town ; im- i
provt'iiiKiitH, Itnii tioi-n; rH50: tiTrnn. j
Two Iuih on tlt hill, Houtli. of pout
i flirr; liHl'itaili ; $451) ctn-li.
Two lot -iKlxlWIanil Htone foundation
for ho'iw in WiiiHiiN addition ; bargain
at ;'"") ra-h.
Tlffi' li ts i n bill couth of Dontibu'n,
(i i' wid! anil otithouwr; Iota 5U1()0;
H'X). half c.ti.
Two 1 itH on the bill for mle ; price,
$210 cufli Lote 50x13(1 fri't.
Two loin overlooking the Columbia
ami Hood rivets. Prim, $o00, a rt cab
balani'v f 10 jkt month at 8 -r ent
ti-room bimso, pla't' Ti'd, ootruatfd
iron wiKaltdied, in-tired for 3 vcart! for
t")(K), fully paid up, lot 50x130; price,
12IHJ, easy terms.
Two lot ltKixlifl, 8-rooiu bou-'e, plas
teled and paperd, li'tii' f and aidi wnlkH
tv water anil t 'lt bone, 2-ctory barn
24x30. A baiii iin for eanh.
Higblly lot and fine new fi roomed
houpe on bill, $1100; frflO or more i-asb.
Timber Land Act .luiu.t, ists. )
NOTICK FOR PI HLK'ATION.
United States Land Office. The Dalles. Oreitun.
February 18, 1SKI5. Notice is liernliy niven tlii.l in
compliance with the provisions tf the act of IVm-g-ressof
JuneS, 1S7S, entitled "All ait for the
sale of timber ianda in the Slates of California.
Oresron. Nevada and Washinirton Territory." a
extended to all the Public Land States tv act of
AuRUBt 4, USC',
JOSEPH W. WK.ST.
of Hood River, county of Waseo, State of Oreirnn.
has this day filed in this office his wworn statement
No 2476, for the purchase of the K'a N W'i and
KS S W'it at Section No 7. in Township No 1
North. Raiwe No. 10K W. M . and will olTer
proof to show that the land souirht is more val
uable for its timber or etone than for mrrieult
ural purposen, and to estititsh his claim to said
land before the Keirister anil Receiver of th's otliee
at The Dalles, Orexon, on the Imhday of May,
He namea as Witnesses: David Slate, of Hood
River, Oreiconr, J. M. SpriKirs. of Hooii Kiver,
Oreiton, C, A. Bell, of Hood Kiver, Orivon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lamia are requested to file their
claims in this office on or before said liith day of
mitmll MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register.
In the Circuit Poiirt of the Htnte of Orrgoii, fur
Hie County ot Wimco.
W. E. Bellamy, 1'lHlntltr,
Nellie netlamy, riefendiint
To Neilld lielliiiny, t'u nhnve-niimed dc
In the name ol the Buile of Orexon, you are
hereby required to appear and Hiinwei' the
eoiupiaitit niea aKHiui.1 yon in the uiKive en
titled Rutt on or heforti Tlmidn.v, the tit ti diiv
of April, Urns, Kill d date iMdnit alx week nfleV
tlieliriit putiliealloii of this Niiiiiiiions. mid il
you fall to ho apiiearund nnNwer Kiiid eoinpl.'il
ill, for want thereof plaintiff will apply loilie
eourt ror tne roller prayeii ror in lite emu
plaint, viz: for a decree of wild eoitrl dissnlv
itiK the bonds of matrimony now existing be
tween youraclf and the plnlnf ill'.
This HiimmoUH la published by order nt I he
Honorable W. L. HrHdshiiw, ude ol the
above-enlltled court, made mid entered on
the anh day of February, Iwa. The chile ol
the first publication of this summons Is tlx1
2nd day of March, 19H5, and the ihiie of the
last publication is the Ht h duy of April. l!Kfi,
which la six weeka nfter I lie first publication
thereor. tJKo. W. CAI.UWKI.l,,
nrJiib Attorney for I'lnlnlltl, I'oiilund. (ir.
Notice is hereby given that nndr and in purKu
ance of an order of the County Omrt of t he Slate
of Oreiron for the County of Wnaeo, made on the
6th day of July, l9(4. the umlfrsijrnt'd. ntlniinirt
trator of the estate of John W. Murphy, dwwtrwl,
onWednesday, the 3d day of May. li)o, at the hour
ofoneo'elock p.m., at the County court house
door in Dalles City, in Wasco County, Orotron, will
sell at public auction the followitiK described real
estate betontrinR to the e.ntHle of said deceased,
to-wit: The south half of Jthe ntit !heant quarter
of section eleven, in township t.ne north, ratiRe
ten east, W. M.
The terms of Raid sale will Ih1 per cent of the
sellina- price, cash in hand at the time of the sale.
30 per cent in one year thereafter, and SO per cent
in two years thereafter, with iniereKt. at H per
cent per annum on said deferred payments.
Said sale will be made subject to confirmation
by the Court.
Dated at Hood Kiver, Oregon, this 7th duy of
March. 1W5. GKO. T. I'UATH KU.
NOTICK KOK rrill.K'A'noN.
Dcpnrtinnot oftlie Itileriur, luul (Htlee at
TlielMtlles. ori'Kon, Kehnimy 7, I'.KIft.
Notice l hereby (liven liml the following
tiHined wilier Iihh tiled notice ot Ills fntetilluii
to innke fhul proof in support ol IiIn cIhIiii.
Hud tliat said ilmil proul will he made helorc
the relMter and receiver t The linlliN, (reyini
on March iM, llNjft, v
DANKOlili A. HaUT,
of lloort lilver, Oregon, on H. K, n, lL':tIl, fur
lots 1 1, VZ and I.H, wot ion I5nnd lot I nl section
ga, township 1 imrth. nn.ti hi easi V. M.
He mniieH the t'olhHiJ witnewMes to prove
his continuous n-Nhienee, upon Miid land, viz:
It4bert l-HMire, t'htieiiee I,, Iteiisen, ( Kenr
Kredenhurg, and Williain H. inbhle, nil of
Mount Hood, ott trnn.
fltini'.H M It'll A KL T. NLA, Henl-ter.
NOTICE FOH TUJilJCATION.
Defiartment of the Intorior, Ijand OHicc at Tli''
Dalles, DreKiin. March 111, I HUB.
Nutice iH l.evehy ,'iven that the followin-namei!
settler has liUil notiee (if his intention tu make
final proof in Hutniort of hm elaim, and muiI proof
will be matle iM'l'ore Geo. T. Prather, II. ,S. t'.om
minioner, at hin oflice in Hoixl River, Ore., on
May 3rd. 1K. viz:
HDWKI.I, M. METCALK, Sit.,
of HikkI Kiver. OreKon, on H. K. No. 74!iil. for the
W'v N W t Sec 21) and W''. S W1. of Section 17.
Tp. 2 North, liaiiue 1 1 E W. M.
He iianici, the following wit.neHe to rove IliM
continuouH roRidonce ution and cultivation of siiid
land, viz: Newton CamplH'li. Saul Caniilicll. (leorye
L. Robinson and Jerome Wells all of tlooil River,
m2:la27 MICHAEL T. NOLAN, li.eni.iler.
NO'l'IC'K I'OU PUiVlIOATION.
Department of the Interior, Land Oflice at The
Dalle, Oien-on. Murch 14. 1905.
Ntiticeis ht?rcl y jfiven that the follnwiriK-niinicd
settler haw filed notioe of his intention to make
final iiroof in auyport of hi claim, and that snnl
proof will be riuule befoi'e Geo. T. I'rather. U. S.
(mminnioner, at his office in Hood liiver, Ore, mi
May 3rd, ItftJb, vir:
JAMPiS R. RKRS.
of Mt. Hood, Oregon, on H. E. HUA, f.r flu- S. W4
of Section 1", Tp.l S011U1, Itane Ht K, W. M.
He nameK the f'lllowintc witncHH u pi-dv his
continuouH residiMice upon anl cultivation of said
land, viz: Henry J. (IrofT, John II. Grotl'. William
L. Huckaboy artd Kuuel Gobin, all of Ml. Hood,
niMaZ? MJCHEAL T. NOLAN, Rtvi.t. r.
Money to Loan.
Money to loan In sums nf ffiouo t SJiKM'xm.
AddivsK S. K. Kouts, tum Cliuuiher of Cotu
nicrce bulltlitiK, I'ortlnnd, Ore. f Nit f
Thin Ih not my own money. H. I-'. Kuts.
Janitor work done At rcaronable (irfcishy
experienced man. Apply to K. W. t'lioss,
All Witwii county warranlw n jficlered prior
to March lt l'.Hifi, will he piild tn presentui Ion
at my ofhtt. InUTiiHt couen after .MhicIi i,
mVi. At. .. hONNKI.L,
JK fouiity TteiiMirrr,
Timber and Homestead
I have for locution some choice apple IiiimIn
and tliiier cIhIiiih: alHO relinipiihlimetits and
land toKcrlpt. ('all on or addresn,
Wm. V. HAM),
Itk'. Pbom- .'S"lt. Ilootl I'.ivi r, Ore.
W. E. PENNELL,
Wi'i'liiw mill Ihmr Srri i iik, Whulmr
and Door Frarnrn, )j)irv ami Sliin I'i.i -turrn,
I 'ilioxfi rini anil Fnrnilnrr Itr.
jiairin, Curjirt Jtixini, ('i:atiin anil
Lailimj. Hood River, Ore.
I inn iiunmtacturinjr at my
yard near Columbia nursery
Kouth of town, as fine a qual
ity of common brick as can
bo found in the ntat Have
200,000 to .'iOO.OOO brick on
hand tor inspection. l'rice
at yard $8 per thousand.
Come out to the yard ami
see how we make brick.
a. t. zi:i:k.
INSURES BOUNTIFUL HARVESTS
I intst (J rowing Weather in Year
threat Hewlopment l'roniiMeil at
Vomitr t'it v of (Mi ll.
Oilrtl. Kant Hotitl liiver, Muieli is.
'i'be past week's rain will prove of
inculftilablu beiii'llt to tbo country.
So far we are short on precipitation,
and while Hood Kiver valley can otfput
a dry season hotter tlintl most loeal-
itioH. there are portitma of the valley
yet without witter for irrigation ptir
poHw.and to tlnwe people, less favored
than others, this noist weather
liai'tieiilatly appeals. Surely we are
now enjoying a streteh of the finest
KrowiiiK weather I have kocii since
coming to tl.e valley three Jems ii'o.
The recent warm rains choithl insure
ns a boiint il'nl Pun est.
.)tttli;inii ti t in present indieat ion an
import i;iit. real estate, deal at (Well
will seen l.o elesed.
o!ii'e.-i:!tnt muiers of properly are
tiiitlesiiiil le in nnv coniniiinity. We
want investors who will become one
of us, anil who will spend both money
and time in aiding the development
of the country. Now that the railroad
is an assured fact t his season, there is
lntit'li development work in contempla
tion, mid n. tiny things needed here
that would prove prolltablo to the
investor ns well as helpful to the com
W.W'IS Ol1' ODKLL.
, huitdinj.: house and feed stable;
a one -chair bather shop ; a man who
can do both wood-work and black
smithing to buy the village blaeksmit I
Scarcely a day passes but w hat some
one calls for a meal and horsefeed.
Hundreds of people every year are
compelled to lunch from canned otitis
because we cannot set ve meals.
Harry Kemp, our vi llano black
simth, would sell his shop reiisomibli
for the reason that much of his time
is required on bis ranch. Besides
Harry likes a free unfettered life in
nature's wilds hitlli up on the hills
beyond Niel creek. Nestling in the
hillside like a basin, a lake has been
drained ami reclaimed until he has
perhaps the llnest timothy meadow
in the regions of the valley. A crys
tal sprint; furnishes an abundant
supply of wafer.
The peculiar formation of this little
hole in the mountains produces a re
markable echo. Standing at, his
house and speaking in an ordinary
tone of voice, a tew hundred yards
across his meadow the voice produces
an echo that returns as (jiiickly as a
wireless telephone, and is perfectly
Dui iiu; the siinnner of IS'.lli, 1 spent
several days theie, and found that in
stead of his living the life of a re
cluse, ho had plenty of company. The
liii ilsi and Npiirrcls, the trees and
(lowers wi re his daily coni anions,
'ihe birds were sininn for him, while
the trees and Mowers stirred by the
In eee seemed nodding to him as he
worked away developing what, will
soon be a valuable ranch. No wonder
then tiliil he wants to sell his shop
ami return to his old haunts and
nmonn his companions lu nature,
v, hero no breath of slander comes and
v here every condit ion is eleval ilif,'.
liead K. 1'. liowellw hook, On a Coun
Frank Strang and J. W. Wilson,
w ho are developing their laud near
Odell, last week Hunt to Kasteru Ore
gon and purchased eaeh a team. Mr.
Strang purchased a truck waKon from
the Little White Store people anil
when .Mr. Wilson nets one.thcn sonie
thiiiH will be doinn.
Mr. Mctiamcy of Hood Kiver has
the contract of cleat inn tbo 'ill acre
t ract puit'lia.-ed lust fail from Alfred
Woods by Mr. Mehaney, also of Hood
John Lawless is now a mule skin
ner, having recently purcharetl a pair
from Davenport liros. Lumber (!o.
J.'hn can handle mules if he didn't
hail from M issouri.
Archie Anderson is the boy wonder
of Odell. I in changes horses as often
as the moon chiuinos, and it matters
little to him whether he buries them
or sells or trades them alive. Archie
is a conspicuous limine hero and bis
apparently contented life and smiles
j should make him a fortune.
The pathetic story made public
through the columns of the Portland
KvoniiiK Telegram of the Kinnlaborer,
who, alter failinK to secure work,
crawled under a stable to die reveals
i a condition of city life that should
I appeal stron(.'ly to such as are permit
jtedlolive in the country. In this
;0!t-.e tin le wi::' poverty but no crime,
j Tbi incident remind us that in a
' country hit at in its resources ami
I so rich thelo should be neither povor
tv nor crime. When land frauders
i mill poll! ical pritlters lom their job,
I pet haps t hen honett labor will be re
warded and honest ((forts commend
i ed. Cut this would perhaps mean I
! the dav It of the jM illen ium. Ale we
leady l or it '.'
! .1. L. Tow soy visited his family last
Sunday and returned in the ovonine;
to his school work at Cortland. Mr.
'low M-y is spending a lot of money on
his mountain ranch ami doitiK it
iretlv a., an investment, realizing that
it is its In ad upon the waters,
''harli .f M. limey has a lot of holes
for apple trees. If he keeps
i.i.tliuK his orchard he will soon
base to I uy mole land.
V. Jo( bimM it lost a uduabln Dur-
ham bull ht.-t week.
! Frank K. Kuncoru has reeentlv re-
, built ids Hume, plowed up the old !
1 it eadow and is making othi-r elianuea
in his valuable ranch. Frank is a
farmer who itndi rstands his business. '
William Khrrk is plowing ten acres i
of land i.ti the. t list side of bis place.
ti r the first time preparatory to in-!
rri'hsim; his wheal acreage next fall. 1
Mr. I I rek is a I eliever in divorsilied
faruMiig ami succeeds along ell lines
of I is work. He has a line ranch and
knows full well that every additional
ai re put into cultivation rapidly in
c rt a.-eii ti e vhIuc.
Mr. Copilu ban returned to his
ranch utter having pent the winter in
town. lie. has remodeled his bant
and now has things in llrst class
shape about the place. Mr. Copplo
is one of the apple kiuirs of Fast
Hood liiver valley. Altogether ho
has an excellent ranch and one that is
on paying basis.
An omr the mat y nutveal lo featnies
of this life we tb:d ourselves associat
ed with some t.'i.-agrt cable charactei.s
two of which ate friitiently in evi
dence The essin ist, and Ihe knock
er. The pessimist, stands in the way
of the development of the country,
always limping the old song that
land is too high nod at the same time
n it bin a few years the land doulhsj
in price while he is kicking. The !
knocker, if a neighbor
a wagon or any other piece of i ronert v
the knocker at once hunts up the pur
chaser and tells him the horses tiro
knocked out. the wagoit I N. U., etc.
There have been peo le who have got
ten rich by attending to their own
business, and then other people w ho
hare little or no hnsines of their own.
who are ever ready to look after t heir
Hood Kiver valley has a high class
of citizenship which will bo improved
by the mareli of progress that is al
OeorgoA. .Massey, whoso school in
I hikes valley closes t his week has ac
cepted a school in di.-ttiet No. 7li,
near Mosier. l.eorge, although si
tenderluot in Oregon, the Ihikes val
ley school being- his llrst school in the
state, has alieadv made bis mark as
a toucher. The cotintv supreiuteiid-
ent, requested him to apply for this
new M'l.ool. We i egret, losing hi in
from our midst, but wish Itiui success
and w hen his school term is over he
will return to his home. li. S.
The Little White Store is in receipt
of a sill script ion list, unit out by tlte
Dotal Liver Commercial club, which
organization is raising a fund fi r ad
vertising Hood Kiver at the Lew is ami
Clink fair. All Odell farmers interest
ed in the exploitation of this com
munity before t he oxpesit ion visitors
are inv ited to call and place their
names on the subscription list
help swell the advertising fund.
A 25c ADLET MAKES
A $1500 LAND SALE
"1 always did believe in theelVect-
iveness of printer's ink, but am more
than ever convinced I hat, t here is no
better form nf advertising." I'M win
A. Henderson, tbo real estate dealt r.
Hindu the remark Saturday evening
as he closed up the deal of the sale
..i i,in. .. . iMiiie liuiise nun mi, on
The saleof this property was secured
by a i'ltj adlct in the Oh eior. "Tim
ink was hardly diy on the t ni er, "
continued Mr. Ileuderosn, "before I
was besieged with people who warded
to take advantage of the land baieiiio
I was tillering through the (ilaciel's
littlo-ad column. There were a : I he other dav from n trapping expodi
dozen applicants disappointed, be- 1 1 i. slates ih.it w hem I'm nieilu uimw
cause they were not. able to have t he
llrst chance. 1 tell you it pays to ad-
vortiso, and in the (illicit r, too."
t he propei ty in question was bought
by W. O. Ash
it Co. for a considern
lion of i? 1,7 M.
This was a splendid
investment in ndvertis-
cturn on a 2,'in
Slory el' n Literary Career.
This is the storv of .Mr.-. Wilcox's
own life written in her own iniinit-
able, clear cut, honest ("hi..!., and
supplemented by a charming 'I' scrip -
lion of her summer h
life by her life long friend, Kiln (iiles
In this little history is comleund
the wonderful story of America's
greatest poet and foremost women
writer. Never before was mi much
life history written fully and artistic
ally, in so little space; never to mat.)
charming thrill,-1 and so much impiia
lion for the reader.
lhe book gives the details other
life, beginning with pre natal condi
tions, childhood, env ii oninent and
pur.-uits. It tells of her carlv strug
gles, failures and later successes. Her
llrst literary attempts are all rreordi d.
along with staten flits of the exact
remuneration received I'm' each man
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experiences are full of lauglis and
tears i s v eil as informal ion end tit
s irat ion.
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Snnw in the lasting Cumps.
During the days of heavy rains horn
last week, snow fell in the mnunlniiiH
about, (irooit 1'oint. to a depth of 10
inches, sulllcieut lo iuteifere with
l.,.,.ri,,.. , I i,.., . ,,(' t I,.. I i ....... ......f
i '.. ei... ....
if. liu. mil', iii.-.,
wet and sloppy and the men working i
in the woods were Maturated to the!
bone -too much even for the hardy'
loggers, and t hey were compelled toi
lay off until the weather cleared. j
Manager Allen of Out Davi-npotf!
Ijtliulier l,o. Hut (si Hint la; lia.-i e men
at work in the mouutaina , and both
,,1. j , i .,t ii, i .
and Kiithlou. The mills are cutting t
i;o,iioi) feet of lumber daily, w bile from
two to nine carload. ol t ho im ished
product are shipped Ka-t each day.
j Hy the llrst of .lime, Mr. Allen i x
I poets to increase the capacity of hi,-;
! mills to lotl.ooi) feet daily.
A IHiiiiit Invitation.
After a beaity meal, a ih se of Kml .1
j dyspepsia Cure w ill prevent a:i attack
j ni' it.digeslii.il. Ko.b.l is a ll...ieui;b
I iligestanf tiiui a guraiileeil cure for lu
i digesi ion, l)y-s ..'-ia , I .as i,n the Mom
i asb. Sour liaising, Had Ureal h and all
! sloinacb troiibies. N, Wakins, Lesl.us,
! Ky , says; I can P's'i'V to llic ellieeney
j of Koilol in lite cure of Mmiiach Tr.iub
i le. I was allicied wild H"lli:ii'li
i Troubles for (il ce'i years and have
taken six bottles nf your Koilol Dcs-
pepsin Cure, which lias entirely cured
inc. The six botlhs were tvotlii fiiKlil
to inc. Sold bv (i. hi. W'i
,. ... . , the market. Kvcrv 'atnilv slio-ild
NcHtnvvn I'tppiu ami Spuzen- : k,.., it ,,.,,, s ,1.1 t.y (i K. Will
In ru- Apple 1 1 cs
in large qaanl it v, one and two years old
tine ipiality, i"gl.t piiccs. Other vaiie
t as of apples in propnttioii. Immiit-c
slock of p. aches, prunes, plums, peal s,
loganberries am! odei small irnils.
Itrge-t slock of i-r.ipe vims in rt -z ai.
Till'. HAI.KFS N I Kl',1: 1 1'.S,
Ti e Utiles, Ori'uou.
Ii. W.CAI.hW'KI.K, Kesalent Am-i.t,
i Hood Kiver, ( ire
SET TREES AT
IBIG INCREASE APPLE AGREACE
(Jnarter Sect ion new in Orchard
Supervisor Massee Has Startetl
Work en the lieiuls.
Willow Flat, Fast Hood liiver.
March '2S. The tree planting teuton
is now here and there will ho about
120 acres set on the flat, distributed
as follows; Hood Kiver Orchard Co.,
till acres; Pavidson Fruit Co., seven
acres; Lost Lake Lumber Co. ,10 acres
Mrs. ,1. L. Atkinson, 10 acres; E. T.
l'oltz. 1 acres, all of which will be net
to apples, and F. A. Massee three
acres to cherries and caches.
The acreage now in apples exceeda
111', one orchard only of this amount
being in bearing.
Stavv henries worn found bloominir
ion the liat the 21st inst., while the
I mountains to the wot were bedecked
Willi a ircsli coverlid ol mow.
Some of the berries in this neigh
borhood have been cult Luted and the
others will commence in a few days.
Frank Strang with a force of men
is setting stakes for trees and
I otherwise getting ready to plant for
the Mood liiver Orchard Co. The
company has two lowd going on the
'J11 acre piece at the brow of the
Itond Supervisor F. A. Massee haa
commenced operations on the roads.
Last Satiitday he had three gangs
working Pit-veto the sawmill and
Oth II at the Tucker hill. .Mr. Massee
is a hustler mid vv ill doul (less be able
to secure benelieial remits from the
labor and money expended for road
.tlsike Clever Ileal for liny.
Hubert Leasiire who wail down from
Mount Hood Thursday, says that ho
will plant l.'i acres of bis lami toAlsiko
clover this spring. Alsike is a variety
of clover that is taking the lead among
t he Mount, Hood farmers.
" on can get a good heavy crop the
llrst 1 1 ason, " mys Mr, Leasiire. "It
is net so course as rod clover and
! hen fore makes liner hay. The blos
som is about the size of the clover,
and the same color, with the excel -lion
that there is a purple ring round
' ho edge of the blossom. Last year
r;s vatle.v nttallleit a iur ht nf 'four
jy.t ii..; r,,r,u f , v.illev. "
M . I.i,kiirii nmoi-fu Mnnw i Mm
mountains while the heavy rain lell
! ,io la.-t. week. The snnw was mneh
I needed, for with such lieht. full the
I farmer had bemm to fear ti ttliortnifo
i ,,i irrigating water. Mr. I.easure'B
, uncle. William otlield wlm h i
fell to a dec, Ih of 1(1 feet it. mnl
j t hteo feet, deep this w inter.
j Trapper Ollield is preparing to catch
j the bear as they en ergo from tin ir
winter lair. Ho gathered about -10
martin skins this winter. This ho
says is a light catch, which he attrib
utes to the light snowfall. A martin
skin is worth from tsl to 12.
.Mr. Leasiire went to The Dalles
Thursday evening as a witness for
I . A. Hurt, whil lil'rit f fl liti on hid
j homesl cud. Oscar Ficdouborg al.-o
U,. - w itness. Joseph llolihn
i m I.e. 1 as mail carrier dorim? Fredon-
I erg's absence.
Comes llcpe to liaise I'tMillry.
X. Drew of Kortland is in the city
to enter the poultry business if he ct n
liud a suitable location. Mr. Drew
believes Hood liiver nll'ers every ad
vaut'ign fur tiict ( K-ft.l iiiising ltd
in, ukt ting of poult ry. Ho spent tl.e
winter in lioise, but. says that t o in
I ry is up against it good and h 1(1
on the transportation ulitstion.
I'.oi. c farmers raise u geat, deal of
alfalfa hay. They usually sell most
of (he crop to the cattlimtn, but
t hroiigh some disagreement last fall,
the cattlemen sent out of the ttato
tu.' their hay. The farmers vvcie thin
foil ed to n 11 their llrst (has hay for
:':! ,'i0 and s,"i a ton. At the tame lime
lay uii" selling in I'ottlaiid at jilt and
S-'ll a ten. .!. I, tin utl'lae! .-I con il let
1 ,,, a (i,,.:,. i. ,,i ,,r u.'.u,. I, ,,.,, f
! 1 1,,, v..i 1,11 in! fV,.l.,L! .!, r .il.
mud that has no competition.
' ha ii 1 1 i ii n Liiiiiiient far lilieiiimili-ai.
t'luis. 1 Hake, a mail earlier i t. Ch'ip
i ii vi He, Conn., hiivs; "('liaiuberlaiii's
I'alll li.diii Is the ciitiiiipi.iii of all l iti-
i ,,M " o. lie past. ear i was iri.ui'.i
real deal wild t lieutiuit I mi in niv
boulder. Alter Irving sevcial ciuch
the Hlorckecpcr here lec.miinenilcd this
rcnieily ami it has ("iinpletely cured
inc." Tin re is no use of anyone suffer
in:; from that painful ailuient when
this liniit'ieuL can be obtained f .r a
small sum. One application t-'vcn
P" "'l ( '''' " " -mi".. ... - e.r
' a . snort lime will produce a periuaiiei t
.!or sale by Williams i'liannaey.
'.Makes I'inest Uread Kver Ate."
If. mil Kiver Hour ii, inciting tlio
highgi'st praise all around. Heroine
some sample lemaiks of tie pecj )e
alter having used it: "First g a. I
bread since leaving North Dakt.t . "
"I'inest bread I ever ate." "Ttoix
pensive, cat too much. " "Kins lio
(piick; bavii to get up too early ' '
lie loyal to Hood Kiver and sie tint
your Hour is branded eilher "Hood
Kiver," or "Cupid, "lioth are strictly
llrst class ami every sack guat ni to d.
A l)e('.ru(tive Fir v
To draw Cue out of a burn, i r i.eul a
burn without leaving a scar, use I)e
Witi's Which llazid S.dve. A specilic
I'm 1'ilos. Oct the genuine. ,1 L. Tin k
er, editor of the llarinonizer, Cetor.',
Ala , writes; "I have used DeUiUs
Wbitcb Hazel Salve in my family for
l'il. s, cuts ami burns. ltiilte best on
.lack -en County Votes SM 00.
At u meeting held at Mcdlou, ar
rangements were made lir Jackscn
county's exhibit i.t the Lewis rnd
Chirk fair. The mm of jhOOO was
named as tbo limit to cover the ex-
ense. Committees veto appointed
to look utter the collection ami trtnis
poitation of exhibits, etch pneiuct
in the county bciug repmentcd.