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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, APRIL 6, 1905.
llniil) Kl VKK I.ODUH NO. 105, A. K. and A.
A. M. Meet KHinrtlH.v evening on or before
eucll lull IIUNMI. Tlll'MAN lilTI.llll, W. M.
A. II. MoK, HtH'retjiry,
HOOD RIVKRCH Al'TKlt NO. U7. K. A. M.
AImu tirst ami lliird Friday niishtsof eac
month. K. Ohanui.kr, H. P.
A. 1). Mon, Secretary.
Hool UlVEIi CIIAPTKR NO. , O. E. 8.
Meels second anil tmiriti Tuesday evening
of eaeli niuiitti. Visitor conlml'y welcomed.
MHS. J. 1,. HKKHHNKK, W. M.
Mm. Thkrkka castxkh, Secretary.
IDI.KW1LIIK I.OlKiH NO. 107, I. O. O. P.
Meets hi Fraternal bull, every Thursday
night. W.H. Uanukk, N. U.
II. U. Smith, Secretary
EDEN KNCAMl'.MENT, No. in, I. o. O. K.
tegular meet tag second mid fourth Monday
of eueh month, h. K. Mok.sk, C. P.
H. R. K.n riiH'AN, Xeribe.
LAURKI. IU-.UKK AH IlKOREE KoDUE NO.
HI, 1. o. O. I' .-MeetM Ilrst and third Fridays
In each iiiuiilti.
Mas. E. W, Vdkll,, N. O.
Mils. Doha Thomson, Mecretary.
WAUfd.MA I.ODUK NO. 30, K. OE P.
Muets lu K. ol 1. hull every Tuesday n.eht.
V. O. HaucK, C. C.
H. T. baWl'ir, K. ul R. Bad 8.
HOOD 111 V EH ( AMP, NO. 7,703, M. W. A
Meets iu K. of i nail every Wednesday
nigh'. ('HAS, Jonks, V. C
C. U. Dakin, Clerk.
HOOD HIVEU ('AMI', NO.,7d,W. O. W
Mwin ilrst ,in i (hied Tuesday of each
inoutu iu Odd Fellows' hall,
E. II. Klaog.C. C.
H. W. Wait, Clerk.
HOOli ItlVKKCIHi'l.K NO. 5-1, WOMEN OE
Woodcraft Meets ul K, ol I', hall on the
first and Third Krld.iys of eaeh muiith.
1.KNOKA Si r UK, U. N,
N i: l.l.l K llol.l.owkl.l., Clerk.
UIVKHSIDE Ullilir'.NO. Ul A. O. U. W -
Meets first una mlro Miltudtiys of each
iiioiuh. i . I., i iil'ri.K, M. W.
E. K. IlltAIU.KY, r-bi.il e.er
( HKsi'Kii Hill tk. h. moler.
RIVERSIDE i.OlKIE.SO '40, DEl.ltEE OE
Honor, A, O. V. W. ,i.,,is first und Ihlr
Mitiiraays at H p. in.
Miss Cora Coiti.h, C. of H.
Miss I'ahhik t'oi'i'i.tt, Itecorder.
0'HIEltUK'WAlTi'Nll-ON HOOU RIVER
Union No. ll'J-Meets lu K. of P. hull the
second and fourth Saturdays In each inoiilh
ut 7:110 p. in. E. L. Roou, President,
C. U. Dakin, Secretary.
OI.KTA AM.SEMH1.Y NoTllsTTJNni l) ART
Isans. Meet Ihe lirsl and third Wednes
days, work: second and fourth Wednesdays
Artisans' hall, J. H. KollKKU, M. A.
(J. 1). Hkn men , Secrtmiy.
Culf ifTTflxilT li I V KinioTSnBiSTKKS
ol America, Meets second and fourth Mon
days lu each month lu K. ot P. hall.
(Jko. E. Sonukk, C. K.
E. C. Kliosirs, E. C.
UA.O)Y l"ol7Mri(i.O. A. K.-MKKTS AT'
A. o. U. W. hall, second and lourth Hatur
daysof eaoh month Ht 2 o'clock p. m. All
(i. A. R. members Invited to meet with us.
A. L. I'iiki.cs, Commander.
Thomas Uosm, Adjutant,
OA.MlV W. R. C, No. It-MEEtS "SECOND
and lourth Saturdays of each Month lu A.
O. U. W. hall at 2 p. in.
Ei.i.kn Hi.owkiw, President.
l.lziK Gkic, Secretary
mountain home camp no. am, r. n. a.
Meets at the K. of P. Hall on the second and
fourth Fridays of eaeh month.
M us. Cakkik llltosils, O.
Mas. Ei.la Dakin, Recorder.
Waina Tkmplk No. (I. Rathbone Klslors.
Meets secon . and fourth Thursdays of each
month. Amanda Wihtkhf.ao, M.E.C,
STK1.1.A RlClIAItDSoN, M. of R. & C.
DR. W. T. ROWLEY,
PHYSICIAN, SUKUEON, OCCULIST
Olflce Id Smith iiiiildln.
Office phone SHI1. Residence phone 903.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUKUEON.
Telephones: Office, 281; residence, 811.
SUItGEON O. R. & N. Co.
RS. MAltY JOHNSON, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
omi'esand Resilience In E. L. Smith Building
over First Nat. Hank. Entrance, rear
of bunk, on Third St.
H. L. DUMBLE,
PHYSICIAN AND SUHGKON.
Successor lo Dr. M. E. Shaw.
Culls promptly answered In town or country,
Day or Night.
Telephones: Itesidence, till: Olllce, 813.
Olllce in the Rrosius lHilldihK.
DR. M. A. SMOOT,
Uraduuteof American School of Osteopathy,
llroslus HuildliiK, RiMim !), Tel. 1033.
HOOl) K1VER, OREGON.
DR. A. F. ROWLEY,
Olllce in the Smith Building. Phone 9111.
C H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
SpcciiiliNt ou Crown and Hrldge Work.
Ttflepliunes: ofticJt 21; resldeuce, W.
Onice over liank Hldg. Hood Hiver, Ore.
E. H. HART WIG,
Will Practice in All Courts.
Olllce wlrh Geo. D. Culberlson & Co, Col
lections, Abstracts, Scttlemeul ol Estates.
HOOU KlVEIt, OREGON.
JOHN LELAND HENDER80N
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. ABSTEACTKE, NO
TARY PUBLIC and REAL
For 2S re" a resident of orat-on and Wash
Inston. Has bad many years exparlenc In
heal Kitate matters, as abstrantor, searcher ot
titles and ageuL Hatisfactioa(uaraBtd or
AbitracU Fnrniihed. Money Loaned.
Hood River, Oregon.
r C. BROSiUS, M. D.
' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
'Phone Central, or 121.
Office Houra: 10 to 11 A. M. j 1 to S
and 6 to 7 P. M.
gUN TUN P.AUUER SHOP
1IAYNES A GREY, Paort.
The place to get an easy share, an p-to-4ata
hair cut, and to enjoy the luxury ol a aoroelala
-Ht O. K. HAKIiEK SHOP
I.0sell4 Ree, Props- Between 1. . E. Rnd'
and E. C. Wright's. Strictly nrst class. Saila-
CRKKA MEAT MARKET,
McGUIKE BROS., Prop.
Peslers In Fresh snd Cored Huts, Ird,
Poultry, Fruits nd Vcgstables.
IBKI DELIVERY. TBOHX !
Arrival and Icarlure of Mails.
The postofflce Isopen dally between 8 a. in.
and p. m.;Bunday from Utol o'clock. Mails
for the East close at 11. a) a. in., 8.J0 p. in. und
9 p. m.; for the West, at 2.40 p. m. and t) p. m.
The carriers on R.E.I), routes No. 1 and 2
leave the postoMce at 8.30 a. m. Mull leaves
Eor MU Hood, dally at 12 m.; arrives 10 Al
Eor Underwood. Wash., at 12 m.. Tuesdays.
Thursdays and Saturdays; arrives same days
at II a. m.
Eor White Salmon, Wash., dully at 12 ni.;
arrives at II a. m.
For Hood River, dally at 9 a. m.j arrives at
2 p. ni.
Eor Husiim, Trout Lake and Guler, Wash.,
dally at 7.30 a. in.; arrives 5 p. m.
Eor Ulenwood, Enlda and Gilmer, Wash.,
dully at 7.30 a. m.; arrives at ft p. m.
Eor Pine Elut and Snowdeu, Wash., at 1 p.
m. Tuesdays and Sulurdays; arrives sume
days at 12 m.
Eor Blugen, dully at 4 4 p. in.; arrives nt
8.45 a. in.
O. R. & N.
No. 2, Chicaxo Hneclal, 11:48 a. in.
No. 4, Spokane Elyer, H :ts p. in.
No. a, Mall and Express, 10:50 p. m.
No. 24, Way Erelght, 12:10 p. in.
No. 22. East Freight, 4:06 a, m.
No. 1, Portland Special, 3:03 p. in.
No. 3, Portland Flyer, 6:i a. m.
No. 5, Mail and Express, 4:48 a. in.
No. 23, Way Freight, M:2.' a. in.
No. 21, East Freight, 5:45 p. m.
and union Pacific
1:16 a. m.
Ft. M orth.Oinaha,
Kansas City, Ht,
6 :25 p. m.
Bait Lake, Denver,
f t Worth, Omaha,
Kansas City, St.
I .-O0 a m.
Walla Walla, Lewis
ton, Spokane, Wal
Paul, Duluth, Mil
PORTLAND TO CHICAGO
No Change of Cars.
Lowest Rates. Quickest Time.
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE
IMp.m. All sailing dates 6:00 p. nv
eubjeet to ehange
For Ran Franoiioo
tall every t daya
Cully Celumeli Rler 6:00 p.m.
Ex. Sunday tleimsrt. Ex. Sunday
Saturday To Astoria and Way
10:00 p. m. Landings.
C:45a.m. WMaaiette River. 8:80p.m.
and Frl. Salem, Indepen- Bat.
and way landings.
7:00a.m. Yamhill Rhrer. 4:80p.m.
Tuts.. Thur. Mon.. Wed.
and Bak Oregon City, Dayton and FrL
and way landings.
Lt. Rlparla Snake River. Lv.Lerriiton
4:06 a.m. 8:00 a.m.
Bally eicept Rlparla to Lewlston Dally except
A. L. CRAIO,
General Faeaenger Agent, Portland, Ol
T.J. KINNA1KD, Agent. Hood Elver.
m win be snsn
WITH YOUR JOURNEY
If your tickets rend over the Denver
und Hit) Grande Railroad, the
"Seenic Line of Ihe World,"
There nre co many Hpenie at tractions
iv i i I poinlH or interest uIoiik Ihe line
liitvveen Ojj'lni und Denver tliut
the trip never lieuoines lireeonie.
If you are troiiig Eunt, wrilu fur infor
mation and get a pretty hook. Unit will
tell you all about it.
W. C. McliUIDE, (ieneriil Atrnt,
l'J4 Third Street,
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plates.
Treatment of diseased teeth and gunm.
Offlif ilrosiuu Huildini;. Phone 10!ll.
Hood Kiver Strawberry
6c Cigar. Then try an "R. anil
For sale by si! dealers.
Cl'BAS ( WAR FACTORY,
W. IliverSt. DaMKL It. lihMMhliL, Prop
E I,. SMITH,
E. o Bi.anchau I
The First National Bank
OF HOOD RIVEH, OKEGON.
fapital anil .Surplus, :lO,U00.
Estnhllshed June I, l'.H'-t.
P M. HALL-LEWIS
f ivil and Architectural Fn2ineer
Office, Second St
inlJolniDtf WfMieoniH Hotel.
!il Ut, ('otintiy t liiu lun.
HOOD HIVKU, OKKliON.
JOSEPH A. WILSON
Developed Water Power
for sale. Parties desiring power for
limutlfaeturing pui'oses id ilo well lo
write lo him.
11. P. ORR,
Brick-work, riastciiii and
STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
HOOD HI VKK, OHKdON.
S. H. COX
Plans and Ebtimes Fdrnishbd.
" J. F. STRANAHAN,
25 years' experience. Will fur
r.lan and Bneci ligations lor all
klnda of buildings. Strictly up
Located at Hood River.
E. A. SOULE,
Plans and Rstimateb Fuknjsjikd
Upon Ai'Pmcation. dl
FREDFRICK & ARNOLD,
Estimates furninlied on nil kinds of work
I'hnnau' Arnold, Main 88.
U1ICB' CrKlBrtolt. M.in ins
F. W. PRIBNOW,
Carpenter & Builder
Fstimates cheerfully runilshcd,
I'laiiM and sSpeclMcattotis furnished.
All work promptly and carefully attended to.
Hood River, Ore.
BELIEU & SANDERS,
,?-Plans and Kstimatkh Fitkni'miiki
SIMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
Ileenriitive I'n inline ami I'nper llaii'.'iiiir
l'liins fiirnislied. Kstiiiiatcn en re
fid I v nniile.
HOOD IilVKK, OUKiiON.
FRAZIER & SON,
Flue and Firepluee Work a specially.
HOOD KIVKK, OUKOOX.
Knffiisn wamui irees
. rr. 1 a m
We are special prowers. test KOft shell va-
rletiPM. Ahiindanl hearers at early n1. They j
thrive In Oregon. We can tell you all nhout
them. Write for catalogue and Inloniiution. j
BROOKS & SONS,
Walnut Xcrxt rijiiini . ('m'ltttn, (i'
Hood River Marble Works
Am prepared to execute
all orders for granite mu1 j
marble work, monuments,!
tombstones, etc. j
Also contract for all kinds!
of stone masonry, con-'
crete, etc. j
LlUiiUU IA UUiiUUUJli UaJ
EDWIN A. HEMIF.RSQN, M iiuurer.
iNoUry I'lilillr lor Ori'iion.j
Rooms fur liglit hie seseepiug, cen
trally locali d.
One or two houses on tin' h II.
City Property for Sale.
Lots on li e installment pi in
Two lols, barn, west einl of loun ; iin
prnvemeiits, fruit trees; J-8.riU: terms.
Two lola on Ihe hill, suutli of poet
otliee; bin-gain ; $450 e-o-h.
Two lots 2i)ilxl.)iiiiiii stone foundation
for house in Winau's addition ; huiguin
at HT.'i cifh.
Tlnee lots i n hill south of H nnihue's,
fioe well and outhouses; loin .VK1IK);
$4(H). half cash.
Two lots on the hill for sale ; price,
(210 cash Lots r0l:!0 feet.
Two lots overlooking the Columbia
ami Hood rivers. Price, ff'iiK), put cash
balance $10 er mouth 11'. 8 per cent i
li-room house, phi -h red, corrugated
iron woodshed, insured for ',i vears forj
t'liK), fully paid up, lot oOvl.'iO; price,!
(120(1, easy terms.
Tw o lots 10OX I1 0, H-ro 111 hotic, plas-1
lered and pnper d, f, ne. s and sidewalks
city w itter ami telephone, 2-story burn 1
24x30. A bargain for cash. )
Sightly lot anil fine new 0 I-suiied
house on hill, (1100; (00 or nioru cash.
ITillllMT 1.HIU1 AM .lll!H':t. lTh
NOTK'K KOK I'l'iU.lCATloN.
Uiiitwl Slnlw 1-aiu. OHice, The Diillos, Ohwhi.
February Its, liwrt. Notic? i hiv!v kivi-n that in
compl.tuu-e with the provisions of tlu at-t of (m
ffrotwof June 3, 1H7K, entitled "An art for tin
sate of timber land in the States of California,
Oregon, Nevada and Wahimrton Tfmtury.' as
extemietl to ail the Public Land ISlaU s by art of
AuRUBt 4, lfett2,
JOSKPH W. WBST.
' f how. River, county of wamo, smte of ortrm.
No247fi. for the purclmso of the K1- N W'.( ami
K'sS WU ot Section No 7. In T.vnuhip No I
North. Kantre No. ItiE., W. M-. and will oirer
uroof to show that the land nought is more vai-
Liable for it timber or ntone thtsn for aRricult
i ural purposes, and to estalish hih flaini lo waid
i land befoie the Keifister and litfeKci of IhisoHU-e
I at The Dulles, OreRon, on the Ifih duv of May,
I He names as Witnenes: David Sint. of !l,Kl
j River, OreRonr, J. M. SpriRirs, ul Htxt ltivir,
Oregon, C. A. Bell, ot Hood Kiver. Ort-Koti.
Any and all persons cluimintr adversely the
alnive-ileseriba.'d lands are UHiUt'tf) to lile their
claims in this ol.ii.-e on or Irefore said l'.Hh day of
m'nll MICHAKL T. NOLAN, Register.
In the rireutt Court of the State of Oregon, for
tlie t'ountv ot Wasco.
W. K. Hcllainy, lMnliitill",
Nellie Hellainy, Defcndiint.
To Nt'tllc Itcllaiiiy, Hit aii c-itani'.-d dc
In the nuine o the Stale at' Oii u
hereby required In appear am!
complaint tiled against you in tl
tilled suit on or bctoie ThtifMla .
you ii I e
of April, liHiTi, said date heiimsj w
theni'M publication ol thin suinm
you fail to so Hppciiruiid atwet Mid txnuplai
lil.for want thcrt'of pltilntill vvili app'y to (he
court for the re I lei prayed for in tin- coin
plaint, vi.: for a deereu of said t ouri diolv
i j iter the bonds of matrimony now tit
tuei-n yoursell and the plaliitnl.
This NunitiioiiH is puhllsiietl hv u der ol' I lie
Ilonorat)lc W. L. lirmlsha v, .Indue u the
ahov oi'iit i t led cnurt, idihIl' uti 1 i'n tor.'it on
the '.Tth tiny of Ki'lmuiry, l!lt ." l iir ilalc nl'
tin' lirsl puhtlcatlin of tills summons isthr
'Jlid ilav of March, l!'.i, Mint Iht ihilr ol the
Inst inihlh-ailon Is tho nth thiy of A pril, i'.ni'i,
which U six weeks aftcrthe Ili-I pulilictillon
thereof. HMo. V. CM I'U i:i.l..
nrJuti Attorney for riuliitill, I'oniainl. or.
j Notice is herehy tfiven that under and in pursu
i ance of an order of the llounty t iuirt id' Ihe State
j of Oregon for the County of W.tM niadc on the
tilh day of July, liHM, the undi r; n1 ii.tl. alniiiu.;
liHtor of the estate of John W. ftlai.hy. deivHKiil,
I unWednes(iay, the :kl day of May. l'.'.'i, at tlie hour
' of one o'clock , in., at the t'niiniy court house
door in Dalles City, in Wann 1-innuy. ( Irewon, will
Hell at public auction tlie followu.'. lU'scrilu'tt real
i estate heliiuKinjr to the estate ut 'said deceased,
to-wit: The south half of Ithe northeast uuarter
; of section eleven, in township one mirth. raiiKe
'. ten east, W. M.
i The terms of said Kile will Im in per cent of the
i selling price, cash in hand at the lime of the sale,
J IK) per cent in one year (hereafter, and ,'ln per cent
j in two years thereafter, with ml. rest at H per
I cent per annum on sail deferred pa inenls.
t Said sale will be made subject lo cuiitirmution
j by the Court.
Dated at Hixwl River. OreKon, this 7th day of
j March, 1;m5. GEO. T, i'l;.TllKK.
I NOTIC K KOIl 1'I.JIU, CATION.
I Dejiartment of the Interior, Land Oiliee at The j
Dalles. Orevron, March Hi. H05. j
Notice is herehy driven (hat the follnwiiur-natned ,
I Bettler has tiled notice of his intej.tn.u lo tnaVe 1
I final proof in support of his claim, and said proof j
j will In' made before (Jeo. T. iValher, U. S. Cum- -!
mishioner, at his othcu in Ui Kiver, (i-e., on
May ilrd, I'.hi.'). vvr. '
iiowr-idi m. mr.u.rtid , Mi.,
! of HimhI Kiver, Oregon, on H. K. No. 741 W, for the
j N W'4See3nnd W. S W!, of Section 1?.
j Tp. 2 North. Haiure U K.. W-
j ile names the following witnesses to prove Ins
i continuous residence upon and cultivation of Ha id
I land, viz: Newton Campbell. Sam Campbell, (It oiKe
I L. liobinson and Jeiome Vv lis all of Hood Kiver.
mla27 MICIIAKLT. NOLAN, KcKister.
NOTICK KOIl ITIIUCATION.
j Department of the Interior, Land OHice at The
Dalles, Oiciicn, Man-h 11. l'M.
Notice is hi rel.y iven that the follow inir-named
I settler ha,, n.cil notice uf his ink-ntion to make
' final proef in support of his claim, und that .said
pi-imf will l.? made hef.i'e (leo. T. Prnther, D. S.
' CctmmisMio.ier, at hi uthc in ITood Kiver, Ore., ttn
j May Urd, l!r. vi:-.:
JAMKS K. KKKS.
, of Mt. II.mkI. Oic-on. on 11. ;. SIM, for the S. V1 .
of Se.-iion IV. 'i p.l South, iliume hi E., W. M.
lie i;aines ihe following vvitnessi'H to prove hi:
contiiuioiis rchidence upor, and cultivation of said
land.v;?.: Ileniy J. (Jrod, John H. Croll", William
L. Iliu4.aUy ai:d Kusel Cobut. all of Mt. Hood,
mL';iLi7 MICIIKALT. NOLAN, Kcgister.
Money to Loan.
Muney K loan in miiiim ol glum to ?iNi,(iirn.
Address s. K. Fouls, ihh ChanituT of Cotu
' iiierc: I'liildiiiLT, Portland, ( ire. flillf
Thi s pid hi. o a ii money. H. K. Kouls.
.Innltnr wnrli c!cme hi nariimlli' prlfi-s ley
rx,erl, nce,l nun.. Apply to K. W. t'ltuss,
I . . .
! to March 1,
trmuity WHrriuils reirlstered prior
l'.iii-i, will In- pulil on presfittHlloii
Illtcn-sl C'tiM'S HlO'r Murrli
Jl. . IMINNKI.I.,
I omity 'l'rvasiirrr.
I at my olllri
Timber and Homestead
1 have IVir local Ion soini' rholee tipple IiiimIn
nh'l tlmit-r claims; also rchntilhliincntM mikI
liiiid lo script. Cull on or inidreMs,
"I Hiver, Ore.
lies. Phone !!7lv
W. E. PENNELL,
II illtllHI' ttttrf fltHH' Srri t s-, WUlll'ttr
mid llimr I 'ritiiii k, ijliri 11111I Sl'in i'i.i
tun x, t'ilnlslt tint ami l-'ui-iiihirr Ht
jiuiriii; , Cmpif Dtist 'uti), t'li uiiini ami
Liiiim. Hood River, Ore.
I am iiiaiiuf;tctiiriiir at in.v
yard near Coluiiiliia, nursery
south of town, as line a qual
j ity of common lirick as can
j he found in tlie state. Have
i 200,000 to .'100.000 brick 011
lhand for inspection. Price
at yard :jf)S per thousand,
i Come out to the yard and
I see how we make brick.
i a. t. zi:i:k.
Yellow Newtown I.iTn ami Spilzen-
biTtr Apple I rces
in large (piantity, one and two years old
line ipiality, right price. Other varie
ties of apples in pioportion. Immense,
stock of peaches, prunes, plums, pears,
loganberries and other small fruits,
h.iree-t slork of grape vines in Oregon.
THE HAI.I.ES NTUSKUIES,
The J Miles, Oregon.
Ii. W.CAUlWKI.I., Resident Agent,
llood Kiver, Ore
Clarke's ( i.mrh Elixir
w ill cure that cough. Price in only 25c.
WILL INVADE ENGLISH MARKETS:1"
(really Kticiiiirnu'cd by l'ast Year's
Itesnlts Annual Meptliia; Held
The h ii ti 11 ul meeting of the Hood
Kiver Apple (irowers' union whh held
Suturdiiy afternoon in Artisan hull,
when the luinineK8 reportH of the innn
nyer wet-o read and aeeepted, a new
hoard of directum elected for the
coming year, and adjournment taken
until U o'clock, Saturday moruiiiK,
April i when the maunder of the
union will lie resent to annwer (jues
ticui.H ami assist in a disensison of
the hest methods of miu-ketiiiK this
fall's crop of apples. The Biihject of
securing a location on tho O.K. & N.
liK'ht of way and tho erection of
a stoiiie win chouse, will also he tak
en up at the adjourned meting.
The newly elected hoard of diree
turs com ir-ls i,f ('. U. Sprout, (i. 1).
Woodwoilh, ti. l. McCurdy, V. (i.
t'hiirch und Cln is Dethnian, tho lat
ter two he inn hi)ldovers,as is required
hy the hy laws of the corporation.
When it cmne to a selection of a hoard
of directors, it looked for awhile us
if none ot the old hoard would consent
to reelect ion, nor any ot her members of
the mi i i 'ii permit such honors to thrust
upon them. The time and hard
work a diiictor must derote to board
meeting.- n aki s a ilirectorship a very
strenuous position, to say the least.
Hy a unanimous vote of the Apple
Kiowct's' union, the thanks of the as
sociation i. ere extended to Charles
V. (ialhiwi.y, tlie younK man from
Vamhili cennty, who til dy managed
ami displayed the Hood Kiver
apples at the, St, Louis fair last fall,
and made it possible for Wasco coun
ty to receive the only rand jiri.o
for apples in the United States.
The general llnaiiciid statement of
the Apple (irowers' union as read at
Saturday's meeting is as follows:
l!eceiits. Amount of cash received,
sCd, -177. ) ; amount of credits cash,
Slii.OO; total amount, Cd,rd;i.(0.
1 Hsluirsemeiits. Paid to growers,
i?4s,!l71.!t."i ; less paper returned, 14. Ho,
and chai'K'e ou At. lt. Twis, W.l.HH,
fiilt.Ht; leaving net unit, phid growers,
i?lS,tHU.iy ; union charges, ,Ml.bri;
surplus. 671. l, total ?rd,ril:i.tKI.
While a ipiorum of the stockhold
ers was heinK drummed up, H. L.Siuith
in a teii-mimito speech put forth
the Ktiod oints in arsenate of lead
as a spray for tho destruction of tho
codlin moth. Alter tho transaction of
ri ut i no business, A.l. Mason, retiring
president of tho union, iu a well word
ed talk, presented a number of recom
mendations pertaining to the markot
j iny of apples.
I .Mr. Allison contrasted the old way
I of pay ink' packers by the day, as was the
1 custom two years hko, and tho plan
j adopted last season of paying hy
j tho box, which proved in till cases far
j more satisfactory.
! The one thiiiK Air. .Mason believes
i would improve the elllciency of the
puck inn crews is the use of foremen to
I directly superintend the packing of
! lo place the members of tho union
on an ecpuil looting, there must be a
uniform price for tlie same apple, but
to insure this with justice to all grow
ers there must ho absolute uniform-
it y iu nindo and pack of that variety
i of apple.
"To iusnro satisfaction in the sale
of fruit f. o. h., the inspection of the
: flit it by tho buyer should be made at
lhi.4 end of the line," insists Air. Alu-
i son. "We can better afford the ex-
I pom-it of hriiitfiiiK buyers here than to
waste time wrauiliiiK with the buyer
j v. no endeavors to make out that the
fruit is not as renresented when it
j reaches his coininission house."
: Tim svkIiimi if MrriiiiLrinis pnnt.rMclH
j Willi the growers to deliver their up
; l ien for wile through tho union uh
j found thiH year to work very tutUtifnc
tory. lu this way, ilr. MaHOn ex
plained, the niamitfer of the union
whh enuhled to know jiiKt wliHt lie
j could do when huyerx ank for pmta
1 1 ioiiH on varioiiH varietieM in carload
! .Mr. .Minion Hpoke of the duty of the
iiieinhel'd to tho hoard, and reiiiiCHtod
ithat the fruit urowerH cciiko the prac-
j tice of alludiiiK to the olllcei'H of the
union as "you fellows". "Lot it he
wo 111 all matters pertaining to the
work of the association," urged Mr.
.Mason. Tho president advised an in
crease in the number of tho direc
tors, i!i elating if it was possible that
he would iike to have every member
i'l the association convene regularly
for transaction of the business of
tho union. "It will iniike you bet
ter union men," insisted the retiring
Heretofore tho union charges for
shipping apples has been live cents
a box, tint Mr. Mason believes this
will havo lo be increased to six cents
, if tho system of foremen is installed
the coming season. "We wiii moie
than make up for the cost iu union
charges, " assured Mr. Mason, "in
I lie high prices obtained for our fruit.
It is better that we maintain tlie
union even though it cost us twice six
cents a box on each box of apples we
ship, The union is the salvation of
the apple business iu the valley.
Even the enemies of the organization
and our sharpest competitors admit
this fact iu private. "
.Mr. Mason helieves the union should j
1 t up a ware house on the track stat
ing ttiat one of the hest locations along
the lailroad has been assured the
11 11 inn. and that a one-story building
IOxIiki feet, lire, water.and frost proof
ci.tdd lo constructed for 2,000 or
"ihe union has gained much in its
knowledge of markets within the past
year, and during tho season just closed
was enabled to know where all largo
shipments of apples went that were
handled by the union. We even believe
it is possible to do business direct w ith
tlie retailers in tho city of London,
England, and are now in correspond
ence with one of the leading dealers in
that city, relative to shipments of
S;itenbeigs and New towns next
Mr. Ma -ion read letters in part, that
the union has received the past win
ter from English dealers regarding the
prices they paid for Hood Kiver ap-
pies, wliieh had passed Uiniu'li sever
al Imiidx after leuvhiK Oio union.
In one of the letterx from the Eii
lish dealer, it was snesteil that a lib
eral margin was ImiiiK made by the
jobliers alter the apples left the union.
Mr. Mason says the union believes it
is HOW ill Itnsitinn l.o wtivt Ihii unilit
ARSENATE OF LEAD
BEST FRUIT SPRAY
At Saturday's nieetiiiiu of the Ap
ple (irowers' union, 1',. Ij. Smith, the
host known oichitnlint in the utato
of OreKon, HtroiiKly recoiniiieiided the
use of Kivenate of lead, Hd wprny
in conihiittinn the tutukch of the eod
Arsenate of load has l een eperi
mented with for four years, anil
wherever lined, is regarded tho liest
spray known. With three or four ap
plications it is said to he more effect
ive than other formulas iu eiht
or ten applications. Hy tho use of
t his spray, .Mr. Smith firmly helieves
the turn i is of the valh.y will he Hived
thoiit-'Hitda of dollars. .Many growers
have sinnilled their intention of Hiv
ing it a fair test the i'omiit siiuimer.
The strong points in favor of arson
ate of h ad as a spray for tlie condlin
moth are: Kase in operation; remains
Ioiik in suspension; there is nohtin
in the mixture to olotf the pumps; it
will not harm tender foliage, anil ad
heres to the fruit which is sprayed.
Arsenate of lead is a product of ar
senate of soda and acitate of lead.
Professor Stead mil u of the Missouri
experment station oilers thu following
formula: Arsenate of soda, 'lo.; Acit
ate of lead, l'ioz ; water i0 gallons.
The liowker Insecticide Co. of New
York sends out a preparation of arse
nate of lead in paste form known as
dispareno, and the Merimae Chemical
Co. of lSostou have a similar prepara
tion known us Swift's arsenate of lead,
lioth preparations have proved of
eiiual etliciency and give satisfaction
Professor (!. I (iillette of the Col
orado Argicultiiriil college strongly en
dorses the use t f arsenate of lead,
which ho states should he applied just
after the hlossoms fall, a second time
in one week or ten days. This is all
tho spraying he does, hut other an
thorities state that it third applica
tion should he made iihout the mid
dle of July, when the seeond hrood of
moth is hatched. A fourth applica
tion is made hy some orchardists.
Professor (iillette says the- strength
of the arsenate of lead varies from two
to six pounds to hKI gallons of water,
lie can see no advantage iu using
more than four pounds to the hund
red gallons. Fruit sprayed with this
strength will yield less than 4 per
cent of wormy apples with three ap
plications of the mixture, says tho pro
fessor. Mr. Smith read extracts from thy tes
timonials of fruit, men who have used
the arsenate of lead. One orchardist
who formerl y sprayed live times and
had 20 per cent of wormy apples, used
arsenato of lead tw ice in the season
and had less than two per cent of
Fruit Men Form Society.
The White Salmon Valley Horticul
tural society was permanently organ
ized last Monday night with tho
adoption of a constitution and hy
lawH. liegular meetings of the so
ciety will lie held on the Hist, and
third Mondays of each month, hut
from now on and during the heny
season, there will he weekly Hirelings.
'I ids week Sam Zoigler will discuss
STEAL GOODS AND
SET HOUSE AFIRE
F. i. Stuart, who owns a hill acre
farm on the road lu twcen this city
and Mosier, states that himself and
neighhors havo recently lost several
hundred dollars worth of farming im
plements and household goods, iu ad
dition to having attempts made at the
destruction of their residences hy
the hands of unknow n parties.
Mr. Htuart makes the announcement
in another column of a rW reward,
which lie will pay lor the arrest and
conviction of the party or putties who
are guilty. Mr. Stiiait is alii-ent part
of the time iu Portland, and while
gone a tew weeks ago, some one en
! tered his house, took out everything
but tho cook stove and bedstead, and
started a tire in tho center of the
kitchen floor, with the intention of
destroying the building.
The same attempt was made against
Peter Salt.inaii's house last week.
Mr. Taigeson, another neighbor, has
also sutfered loss of goods. Mr, Stu
art has some very good reasons for
placing suspicion on certain parties
and will prosecute as soon as he can
secure some n;oio evidence.
Mr. Stuart has cleared 15 acres of
land which lie will ret this spring to
apple trees, lie intends to improve
more of his land ami increase the si.'e
of his orchard at out 1
Supplies ('lull With Literature.
A.L. Craig, general passenger agent
j f t, ( ). !. ,fc N., has kindly supplied
the llood Kiver Commercial club w ith
a large number of copies of the beau
tiful Columbia river folders and the
company's l!Ki5 Oregon, Washington
anil Idaho hook. These hooks will
be distributed where they will help
iu attracting people to l.ood Kiver.
A large relief map presented by Mr.
Craig adorns the walls of the club
In a letter to President Eail.v of the
Commercial club Mr. Claig states that
he will be pleased to furnish Hood Kiv
er people ample accoiiimoilatiens when-
1 ever notice is given. ile addsthathe
! would gladly have supplied a coach
for the Development league ic.ei ting
w hich was to have been held this week
Itail Whisky at Itcml.
II. ml Miilletin. -The
city of liend is ahead 22. 50 in
flues and one prisoner, the county one
'more prisoner, ami another county
I prisoner dug out of the I'end jail and
escaped all within the week follow
ing St. Patrick's day.
The Best Crude Sulphur
in tacks at 2c per pound at Clarke's.
$121,624.52 PAID BY MARCH 15
Seirri'irution of the Amounts 1'ahl in
Comity ami Stale Take largest
Sinn Schools .Next.
The total amouut of taxes collected
hy Sheriff Sexton provious to March
lo. tho date when the three per cent
rebate ceased, was fl-21,0'2l.M. The
collection was a record breaker. Latt
year tho amount was Sllfi.tHX). In oth
er years the full amount has not been
turned over to the treasurer until the
last day of March. This joar Sheriff
Sexton made three different payments
and the full amount is now in tho
Following in tho list of tho amounts
Poll tax Ml (It
County and state tax -
Common school (o' .inills) -County
road fund (II ni ills' -Special
road No.thld inills!
Ihilles City tspccitil tax tor
city purposes i
llood Kiver i special tax
for city purposes) - - - -
District No. 1 - - -
District No. 1 - - -
District No. :t - . .
Dsitrict No. I ...
District No. f - - -
District No. (i ...
District No, 7 ...
I listrict No.
1 listrict No.
I listrict No,
District No. Ill
District No. IU
District No. Id
I list rict No.
Disl riot No.
District No. (!7
District No, 70
District No. 7:1
I listrict No. 71
District No. 70
District No. 77
SPITZ SELL AT
THREE FOR 25c
"Fine California, oranges 5c a doz
en; Now Yolk Baldwins four pounds
for 25c ; llood Kiver Spitzonhergs
tw o pounds for 25e. "
This is a placard Mr. Fran, says
ho saw iu a Pasadena, grocery stole,
during Ids trip to Southern Califor
nia. At two pounds for a 0,11111 ti r lor
Hood Kiver Spitenbergs tins vol Id
bo about three apples for 25 tints,
says .Mr. I ran..
Air. and Mrs. Franz spent two
weeks in California, and wcio glad to
return to Hood Kiver, where tl.cy
could breatho tho fresh air nid lave
plenty of good water to drink. "They
don't havo any gni d water down iu
that country, " remarked Mr. Friur.;.
"Wine is tho common ml still. to for
water, and they pour it out iu si eh
tiiiant ities that my head was swim
ming 111 a lew minutes. I.xcuse 11. e,
I prefer llood Kiver wider.
1 ho Ilrst day they lei.chcd Southern
California, Mr. Finn, lays loixptri-
enccd the hardest raimtoim of his
life, and caught the worst cold he has
had since coming to tho Pacific ( oast.
The heavy rains have ruined a large
number of the oranges. The fruit is
softened by the excessive rains and a
big lot of culling has been done.
The orange growers are very much
discouraged because of the poor
I rices for their fruit mid tho excess
ive freight rates charged by tho tri im
portation companies. Vet laud is
held at 1000 an Hero Hiid great en vds
of Easterners aro flocking iu d.-ily.
Town hits aio being broug! t 1. 1 by
speculators at fabulous prices.
(.'liming homo on tho train, .Vr,
Franz tell iu with Mr. Mosossol n,
father of the sicretary of tlie Portland
chamber of commerce. Aitir talking
at. length about tho big pices Herd
Kiver growers get for their apph t. a
well -diessed ttaveling man seated in
front of them tumi d about and 1 1: id
hi' was the owner of 40 acres in t lie
.Mount Hood settlement.
"1 am having the land chtui! lor
apples," continued the iln.inr,
"and when my trees cone ii.lu ! car
ing, I intend to spend the rest of
my days in a log cabin taMrg Jito
easy. I have two I ri.thtts ii h ' in
Michigan who want too to 10 1, ;;ood
Kiver tho Ilrst time 1 have ll.t c por
1 11 m ity and buy a farm fi r itch of
them. They expect soon to come lo
Oregon to make their hone in yt or
wonderful llood Kiver valhy."
Mr. Franz says ho held tie vra fid
attention of the entire car a K told
the wonderful stories of the I.ig v iilils
and big prices received this Ml and
previous years for llood Kivi i apples.
Everybody appears to have heaid
of this valley, and once Lttting a
. taste of what there is here, tl.iy uio
; hungry for more information.
i A model post olflce will be inOalkd
ut. the Lewis and Clark exposition,
j It will prove interesting asentyl.i-
bit, und useful iu hiinilling tho iu:-
mouse uiiujunt of mail matter tciciu d
at und sent out from exposition l.eud