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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, APRIL 20, 1905.
liotil) KIVKK I.IIHUK NO. UK, A. K. and A.
A. M. Mwl Milurtlnv evcuiliK on or before
eut h lull uiiHiii. I'm m an Hi' ii.kk, W. M.
A. I). Mok, Secretary.
HOOlMtlVKRl'iiAlTKIl.Nli."-. K. A. M.
MetM ttrsi ttiiil tnlrtl Friday nights of eack
lliOlltll. K, C'HANULKR, K. P.
A. 1), Mok, Secretary.
llllOll UIVKIt 1'IIAI'TKK NO. SS, O. K. 8.
Meets second und lotirin Tut'sdny evening
of eacli moiitt). Visitor cordially welcomed.
Mrs. .1. I,. HKitsiiNKK, W. M.
MltS. THKHI.HA 'ASTSKH, Secretary.
JlihKWll.HK LoiHiK no. lu;, 1. o. O. C.-
Meets in Fraternal litill, every Thursday
night. Wm. Uanoi.i, N. U.
H. e. MM mi, Secretary
KllKN KMC'AMPMKNT. .NO. 4S, I. O. (). K.
Hernial inci'ting second und lourih Mouduys
oi race inoiiiii. i., r., aiokhk, ,. r,
a. It. Km iucan. Scrllie.
LAUIIK1. ItKliKKAH liKUKKK UlHUE NO.
HI, 1. o. o. 1. Meets Aral and third Fridays
la eucn iitiiiiin.
Mas. K. W. ITukli., N. G
Mrs. Doha Thomson, sec retary.
WAUCU.MA I.ODiiK NO. 30, K. OK P -M
iets lu K. oi 1'. hull every Tuesday n.tcht.
V. V. Hhock, 0.0.
H. T. DKWirr, K. of r. and H.
HO(llKIVKKl'A.Ml',N0.7,-(ti,M. W. A.
Meeu in K. of P. nail every Wednesday
night. C'iias. Junks, V. O.
O. U. DAK1N, Clerk
HOOD RIVKR CAMP, NO. ;7, W. O. W.
Meets on llrsi ami third Tuesday of each
mouth in odd Fellows' hall.
II. W. Wait, Clerk.
HOOIl KlVKKi IIU LK NO. Ml, WOA4KNOF
WiMiderart Meets hi K. oi i'. hall on the
first and Third Frldaj s of each inoiith.
l.tNOKA SIT UK, G. N.
Nki.i.ik mil. i.ow hi. I., Clerk.
KIVK11S1HE I.ODH1; NO. IW A. O. U. W
Meets llrst and uord Saluiilays of each
mouth. c. I.. ioi'1'i.K, M. W.
1'.. It. IIKAIH.KY, Kill. Hi,' el'
OIKSTKH Mm tk. lUcooier.
Rl VKKsililh LOIH.K NO 40, DttUKKK OF
Honor, A. o. I'. V. Meets first mid third
Sulllrihox ut p. in.
Miss i'oiia Coi'rt.t, C, of H.
Miss Cahhik I'oepi.K, llecnrder.
Okluaror'" W KIVKK
Onion No. 142-Meets In K. of P. ball the
seeond uud fourth Maturdays lu each mouth
ut 7:SU p. m. K. 1.. Rood, President.
C. U. Iiakin, Secretary
Ol'.KTA Asisk.VlBI.Y No. Y(B, UN ITED ART
Isans. Meets the Ilrsl and third Wednes
days, work: second und fourth Wednesdays
Artisans' hall. J. H. Kuubbu, M. A.
C. 1). ilKNiiioii,Secraary:
COURT itooli KIVKK No. 42, KUKKisTKKS
of Amerlea, Meets second and fourtli Mon
days in each month in K. of P. hall.
lino, E. Sonukk, C. R.
F. 0. lliiosit's1F.M':
UAMtV ' Pusi',' J0. 16. U. A. R.-MEETM AT
A. o. U. V. bull, seeond and lourih Satur
ilaysof eacli month at 2 o clock p. m. All
(i. A. R. members Invited to meet with us.
A. 1.. 1'iiki.ps, Commander.
Thomas (loss, Adjutant.
O.ANIlli W. it. C., No. 1S-MEETM HECOnO
unit Kuii'th Miturduys of each Month In A.
o. U. W. hall ut 2 p. m.
Ki.i.kn Bi.owkrs, President.
I.ikxik Ukk, Secretary
MOUNTAIN HOME CAM I' No. .WD, K. N. A.
Meets lit the K. of I'. Hall on the second and
fourth Fridays of each month.
Mils, cahhik Bkosils, O.
Mhs. Ei.i.a Dakin, Recorder.
Wai;na Tk.mii.k No. ti. Rsthbone Sisters.
Meets si-con . and lourtli Thursdays of each
month. AMANDA WlUTKHKAtl, M.E.C.
MK1.1.A Rll'HAhllSoN, M. Of R. & C.
DR. W. T. ROWLEY,
IMIYSICIAX, SCKUKON, OCCL'I.IST
(llllce In Smith Building.
OlnYe phone atii. Residence phone U63.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGKOX.
Telephones: office, 2SI; residence, Ml.
Ml'ltUEON" O. R. JS N. Co.
JJKS. MARY JOHNSON, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Ofllces and Residence In E. L. Smith Building
overPlrsi Nat. Bank. Entrance, rear
of hank, on Third St.
H. L. DUMBLE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURtiKOX.
Successor to lir. M. F. Shaw.
Culls promptly unswered in town or country,
Hay or Night.
Telephones: Residence, till: Office, U13.
(Jill. 'I- ill I tie Brosilis lltlildlllK.
"dr. m a smoot,
Graduate of American School of osteopathy,
Broslus Building, Rooms ti und 7. Tel. 10.S3.
HOOD KIVKK, OREOON. ufiB
DR. A. F. ROWLEY,
OIIlcc In the Smith Building. Phone Kill.
C. H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
specialist on Crown and Bridge Work.
Telephones: office, 281; residence, SM.
Olllce over Bank Bldg. Hood River, Ore.
E. H. HARTWIG,
Will Practice In All Courts.
Office wlrli Ueo. 1). Culbertson & Co. Col
lections, Abstracts, Settlement of Estates.
HOOD KIVEK. OKEUON.
JOHN LELAND HENDERSON
ATTORNHY-AT LAW. ABBTRACTKl, SO
TAKY PUBLIC and RIAL
For 38 TMrs a resident of Or on and Wuh
lrrton. Hs had many years eiperlmo la
Real Kstate matters, aa abstractor, Maroaar (
titles and agent BaUslaotlou iuarantal or
Abitracta Furnished. Money Loaned.
Hood River, Oregon
p .C. BR0S1UB, M. D.
' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
'Phone Central, or 121.
Office Honr.: 10 to 11 A. M. t I to t
and 6 to 7 P. M.
).S ION HAKHER SHOP
IIAYNE9 A GREY, PaoM.
The place to jet an easy ihaye, an n-to-a
aair cut, and to enjoy tht liiinry ! a oroaUl
"lit O. K. BAKbEK SHOP
Knell 4 Re, Props. Betwean J. B. Rand'l
and E. C. V rlifht's. Strictly Brstolaaa. aU-
CREKA MEA'l MARKET,
IICOCIRE BROS, frope.
Dealers In Freeh and Cored Meat, Lart,
rou. vrj , riuiMuu
I Arrival ami Departure of Mails.
The poKtofflre Ik open daily between 8 a. ni.
I and 8 p. m.; .Sunday Iroin U lo 1 o'clock. Malls
! for the Hunt clone at 11. X) a. in., S.20 p. m. and
' 9 p. m.; for the West, at 2.40 p. m. and 9 p. ni.
i The carriers on K. F. II. routes No. I and S
I leave the poxtofnee at H.90 a. m. Mail leaves
ror Ml. noou, uany m i m.j arrives iu.,v
For Underwood, Waul!., at 12 m Tuesdays,
Thursdays and bulurdiiya; arrives same days
at 11 a. in.
Kor White Salmon, Wash., daily at 11! in.;
arrives at 11 a. in.
For Hood River, dally at 9 a. in.; arrives at
i p. in.
For Htistim, Trout Lake and Ouler, Wash.,
dally at 7.4) a. in.; arrives 6 p. m.
For Glenwood, FuUla and Ollmer, Wash.,
dally at 7.311 a. m.; arrives at S p. m.
For Fine Flat ml Hnowden, Wash., at 1 p.
ni. Tuesdays and Saturdays; arrives same
days al 12 in.
For Ulniien, daily at 4.45 p. m.; arrives at
a.,.) a. m.
0. R. & X. TIME TABLE.
No. 2, Chicago HjwcIhI. 11:43 a. ra.
No. 4, Hpokune Flyer, 8:3 p. ni.
No. , Mall and Express, 10:f p. m.
No. 24, Way Krelnht, 12:10 p. ra.
No. 22. Past Freight, 4:06 a. in.
No. 1, Portland Special. 8:08 p. m.
No. 8, Portland Flyer, 5:: a. in.
No. 5, Mall and Kxpress, 4:4K a. m.
No. 28, Way Freight, :2i a. m.
No. 21, Fast Freight. 5:45 p. m.
AND Ujnion Pacific
3 Trains to the East Daily
Through Pullman standards und tourist
sleepine ears dally to Omaha. Chicago, Hpo
ksne; tourist sleeplnir cars dally to Kansas
City: tbrouirli PuIIiiihii tourist sieeplm; car
fnerHOnsally conducted) weekly to Cliiciuro.
Reellnlns; chair cars (seats free! to the East
Salt lAke, Denver,
Kansas City, at.
Bait Lake, Denver,
Ft. Worth, Omaha,
Kansas City, Ht.
:00 a. i
Walla Walla. Lewis
ton, Spokane, Wal
Paul. Duluth. Mil
FOR AHTOItIA and 8:110 P." M.I&OO" P." M.
way points, connectlnifi Daily I Dallv
with steamer for II ' acol eiccent pTiiit
and North llescli steam-i Hunday, Sunday
er r-iassaui, jnn street waiurouv.
dock i water per.) j 10:00 P.M.
FOR Dayton, Oreiron 7:() A. M.!5:80 P. M
t:itVand Yamhill Riv i Dallv
er points. Ash street except
dock (water per.) I Sunday.
FOR LEW IST()N,!l:00 A. M
Idaho, and way points,! Monday,
from Rlparla, Wash. I Wedn'd'y
00 P. M.
A. L. CRAIQ,
General Passenger Agent, FortlaaC Of
T. J. El.NN AIRD, Agent, Rood Klver.
ID WILL BE SATISFIED
WITH YOPR JOURNEY
If your tickets reiitl over the Denver
and Rio (irumle Railroad, the
"Scenic Line of I lie World,"
There are so many scenic it tractions
and poinlH or interest alone; the line
between Ojjden and Denver that
the trip never hectmiea tiresome.
If vou are iruine Kast, write for infor
mation and get a pretty hook that will
ten you an unotu it.
W. C. McllKIlM', (Jeiieral Agent,
PJ4 Third Street,
PORTLAND, ORKtJON. .
DR. JONES, Dentist
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plates.
Treatment of dineiised teel h and puma.
OIHoe ItroHitiH Ruildink!. Phone 10!)1.
Hood River Strawberry
ftc Ci!Hr. Then try an "R. ami II. '
Kur -ale by nil dfali rn.
I I B VS Mailt KACTOKV,
W. RiVrt-Ht.IANIKIR. HKMMKRL, IT1.
M. E. WELCH,
THE VEl'tKISAKV SI IMiKON.
In prepareil tn ! ny work in Hie vctt rin
arv line. He hii be hiuml by cuIIIiik at or
plioiiliig U) Clarke a druK more.
Up over Siiot Cah Corner Grocery
K. I,. Smith,
K. o Hi.anchAK ,
The First National Bank
OF HOOD RIVKU, OHKUON.
Capital ami Surplus, 8:10,0(10.
Kstahllslie.l June I. liM.
P. M. HALL-LEWIS
Civil and Architectural Engineer
Ottlce, Second St., tiiljolnfnK Waucotna Motel.
Resldenw alter April 1st, Country t'luli Inn.
HOOD RIVKR, OUK.tiON.
JOSEPH A. WILSON
Developed Water Power
for sale. Parties desiring power for
manufacturing purposes will do well to
write to him.
R. P. ORR,
Hrick-work. IMasttM-ino- and
STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
HOOD RIVIM:, OliKOON.
Plani and Eutimatm Fusnishbd.
J. F. STRANAHAN,
Of 25 years' experience. Will fur
l.Vi nlan and sueciticationi for 11
kindp of buildiiiM. htrictly up
Located at Hood River.
E. A. SOULE,
Plans and Ftimatr8 Furnish:i
Upon Api'lication. rli
FREDFRICK & ARNOLD,
Eitimatet furniihed on all kindaof work
I'lionus- Arnold. Main S3.
1 llUUtfB. Fmlfrlrt U.Ikoh
F. V. PRIBNOW,
Carpenter & Builder
l-Ntlnmter cheerfully furnished,
I'laiiK and SperitteationM furnished.
All work promptly and carefully attended to.
Hood River, Ore.
BELIEU & SANDERS,
- l'l.ANH AND KHTIMATKS Ft'HMSIIKll "
IMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
Ilmirntirc I'aiiit iimr ami Pnper lliinu-iii:.'
PIiiiih fn riiisliori. l'.stiinatt'H carc
HOOD RIVKR, OliKCtlX.
FRAZIER & SON,
Flue ainl Fircplitce Work a Kpeciully.
HOOD RIVF.li, OUK.tiON.
English Walnut Trees
We are speefnl growers. Host soft shell va
rieties. Abundant bearer Hi eurly niie. They
thrive In oreiiin. W'e ciiti tell you nil jiiiout
tttein. Write for eatuloue tui't iiilui umt ion.
BROOKS & SONS,
Wnlmit Xi'mrrjiiifii. Crtrllini, Ore.
Hood River Marble Works
;1U lM'('li;iI"('( to ( 'X( '('11 1 tJ
all orders for granite mid
marble work, monuments,
Also contnict. for ill! kinds
of stone masonry, con
Bargains in Real Estate.
(. .'-r'H'ln lioll-c, l.il luiHH), o.iii
i)itiM'liiuil hulls. ; f.htlv me ..linn ; very
flit'iip. ( ii;t "lir pruv.
2. i room li..ur-", ln lots ,"iii.l;ltl fc t
eacli, !itv liter; liiive lilocl-a I r -m
shi'ool house; ilras iMt loiMt'oo. rr.it",
i!. It) urn s ijooil : t I tiiol -t nwiiet n
land, (olf iirns cli iucil, 1J" i"i:t Hits,
one aeiu f raw I" ri , .io"in Ihhim-,
well, Ktnllll", Win III sll'il r 1 1 , . I l:il"k-
itiU lion--e mill I'll. i -k -1 1 h ipse
4. ,ri-rooiii house, hrow of hill, ovi r
iookini; Cnhiiiil ia, one hlork from hi;h
chool btiihtinir, l'mI "HI ami city
wnt:r; Itire wooil honi ; jf 1 t hicken
house: lot "illxllKI; i r if ilesiieil, lot
.". 6-r(Kim house, tine lociitinn, inet
InokinK the Columhia. $KKJ.
ti.' jour line lots for $l"."i i nch, 4 for
f 1 50 eueli, helow tirow of lull, overlook
ing the Columbia.
Real Estate & Exchange Co.
Hood River, Ore.
I will lllv lewsrd of if! for Ihe :rrf-it Hlid
conviction of purrs' or pHrtie win iimliri.iiiH
ly attain itfd to destroy my ilwelllni: l.y fire,
slid Rtole in gost. F. Sttlttrt, Uoo lov
er, or. -
Timber Land Act June :!. is:
NOTll'K FOK PUBLICATK
I United StatoH IeanH OlHcn, The Dulles, Otton,
j February IS, tit'. -N t jr-t' ia ht'iv'.y Ktvrn that 1:1
comphame With the provision: of Shei.c t nf (iii
jKressof JuiU';t. lTS, entillwl "Ad :tt the
sale of timlK-r IuihIh in the Stnt,-. !' ( ahfnvnia.
: Orejron, Nevada and ashinv '"ti Tfrni-.i ," u
j extemietlto alt the i'ul-lic Lamt :i!;itt;- ly at-; ut
I August 4. 1M'-p
i JOSKi'H W. WKST,
of Hootl Hiver, county of Wasco. Sum- f Oroon,
ha this day tiled in this ol'ioe hi -wurn .stntt nti-nt
No 217.1, for the purchase of the iv N W, :uid
K1 S W'4 f Stvtion No 7. in i-iwiuhip No i
North, Rantfo No. UiK.. W. M., uml will otfrr
prtHif to show that the land sout;' is more vnl
uahle for ita timU'r or Htona th.tn iHr awi irult
ural purposes, and to enlulih ht-t rhunt i mmi
lanti before the Register and Het t ivcr this oitit e
at The Dalles. Oregon, on the l.'ilitiitv uf Mav,
He names as WitneHHiw: David Slide, of IIiumI
Rivor, t)rejfonr, J. M. Sprigs, of HtHxi River,
Any and all ikm-noii ctaiin'i.i.'. adveieiy Ihe
j aliove-iescriicd lanils aiv riHue;ti tn rilr their
j claims in this ottice on or la'tura said lyiK lay uf
mnill MICH Al'.l. T. NOl.AN, Keifmter.
XOTICK FOK rUHLlCATlOX.
Iiepartinent of the Interior:
I nltetl states hand Dtllee.The lalles,()rei;on,
April l. liKi.), Nitiee is herel y mven that the
tuliowina-nnnied settler has til tl not jee of hi
intention to matte final proof In support of
his claim, ami that said proof will he made
before the liei;lster ami Heeeiverat The lnl)e..
Oregon, on Mav 21, liirt. viz.:
of Mosipr. Oregon, II. K. No, t;t,ij, f,,i the Ni:'4
sK1., Mi1 , SW'.i and S';, NV' of s-Ttitm
Tow n-)ii 2 North, Karme 11 lat, W. M.
He naine-i the following uiint"seh to
prove his eontlnuous residence upon and cul
tivation of said land, vi,.: .lolm I vans. Carl
.1. Kredenckson, Thomas HenninM n, t'lnu les
licnnetl, all ot Misier, i h-eyon.
MH'MAKh T. NOIjA L, lieyiMer.
Notice is hereby tfiven that under and in tnnsii
anc of an order uf the County nii - id' tht- St;;tc
of Orejfm for (he t'ounty of Wasco, niadcuri :'ie
tith day of July. llM4, the undiT iy m-d, adm: .. s
trator of the estate of John W. Mur phy, dtvca - tl,
on Friday the 12th day of Mav. hm'., a; the ) ar
of out' o'clock p.m., at the Coiiiny nuirt hi.i -:e
dt.HU- in lalles ('ity, in Wasco C'oMHty. Orciiott. II
sell at iiublie auction the follow hi k di-sci iIrhI . ; tl
estate bctontrmu: tt 1 he estate -f saul ierc;: 1,
to-wit: The south hilf of ithe nurt hca-tt . u; t
and the north half of the Hnithcri t. ni 'r 1
of section eleven, in township on,; in.i r; e
ten east, W. M.
The terms of said sale will he t'r ;,t cent oi ie i
selling' price, cash in hand at theliitn'td' ;l;e;
lid per cent in one year thereafter, und .'in per it :
in two years thereafter, with tnieivst til ;i.-r
cent per annum on said deferred payments. 1
Saitl saie will be made subject to nut I irnift. i n
by the Court.
Iaied at Ilood River, Oregon, -his- 7th d;iv of
March, Iyu5. GEO. T. 1 KA'lHKK.
NOTIt K FOH'ruiujl'ATION.
Dcpartmer,! of the Interior, Lain! Otlice al The
Dalles, OreKtUi, March VA. lyafi.
Notice is hereby uiveii that the fuilnwinn-nanu'd
st'ttler hat tiled ma ice of his intuition to make
final pnof m support ot his claim
will lie made he! ore ( ieo. T i't d
missionei". at tits o'iicc in Hoo-i t. , r, (he., o.t !
May 3rd, hu. n-;
iiowiii.!, m. m;:tcai.!'. -.. .
of Hood Kiver. Oiewon, on (I. E. r; W:. i ;- t!:.- :
W1 a N W ' i See :iu and W S V Sre:i..,i IT, '
Tp. 2 North, liaise H E.. W. M. I
lie names the lollop mtf wit lie: to prove hi '
continuous residence upon and cnittval ion of n;ii !
land.viz: Nertoi; Cinpbell. Fhm Camporll (Jeoie
L. Hobinsiu. and .Knune Wells ad of JKid Kiver. I
m2::a27 NilCllAKhT. 'OI AN, Ke;:ister. j
Department of the Interior. Land OHK-e at The
Dalles, Oregon, March U. h.nr,.
Notice i: hi-rel'.v jfiven th:i
wettler has tiled notice of !
final pr"of in ,uppori of Ids
pl'oof will made h -fo' e ( ',
ititenlion to tu.;le
laiia, and thai said
I'. I'rather. V. S.
C'tmmissioner, at his otlice in Hood 1
May .ird. I;mi5, x.:
iver, tfte., on
JAMES K. HE !1S,
of Mt. Ho-d. Oretron, on II. K. HIM. for the S. P .t
uf Section 1,', Tp. ! houlh, I'uni'f K) E., V. M.
He name : iie t'ullowiiiK uitnes-ef i.,, prove his
continiioti-i n s-nenee upon in id cull ivat ion rd' said
land. viz: Ih nry J, (irotf. .John H. Groll, William
L. Huel;aboy ;ifid liushcl liohiii, all of Mt. Hood.
m2:!aii7 MICHEAI.T. Nof.AX, Register.
Pianos. Orr.ar,: "Ceeilian" Piano FJaycis. all
kinds of small instrument;-, Sheet music, strings
etc. Iks; and cheapest house m the state. E. 1!.
WM L. 'Mi) A l.DKK ST., I'OIMLANI). ORE. One
bliH-k alKA'e Oregon ian Ilnildintr.
New Spring Suiting.
lhavejn.it ron'ived a fine line of samples 'if
summer sailings. Call and see them. J am also
prepai-'d to iiwko hutlotM from any materal de
sired. --Jane C.-aies.
.Inn'tor H'nrk i line III rc:ininnli.. pi liTshv
ex pel iinciil man. Apply lu l). W. t'ii(s,
All Wasco county warrants registered prior
to March I, hto;., will hi p:t 1 I on preent-ninn
at my otlice. Interest cen-os niter Mcreh :t
!!'". M. A DoNNKI.E,
Js i iumiy Tn iturer.
Timber and Homestead
I liavf ftir Irx'.'itlon mhiic cliitlco iiriplc luiulf
ftfi'l tl in(.-r t'lai ms: Imi r-llUlilitiM.-ils anil
land lo !cript. Call on or address,
Mm nl it( in-.
'. i' 1 1 1 in i
1 .'iiii liKinufiict liriiifi' a i my
ynvd iieiir Coliniiliia nurserv
soul II ol town, iis fin
it y of foimiHHi brick
he found in the sliitt
2U0.0O0 to .'00.000 ln iok on
j hand for insneH imi. I'r'ce
I tit vard N per 1 hoiisand.
i Conic out to I he van
see how we
W. E. PENNELL,
II iiiilmr mill I Iimr Srrn im, Wiiiiluir
mul pi.nr Frniin ' ;)'i r mitl ,Vw '.-
j I II i i s, I iilmUli
j juiiriiiij . 'iirii
l in'l uml i'u i'iiiI ii , i ,'r -
iu-fi.iif, Crmiini unit
lloorl River, Ore
Ni'Htnwii Pippin ami Siitcit-
her Apple frees
rge quantity, one and two year "Id
pianiy, rgiit piiei". Oilier varie.
i app'cf in ti;o;ie!tion. Iniiticii-e
! iii Ii
stock of peiieln .-, prim ,u, plum-, pears,
l"i;atil)etrii-s and other small iniits.
Lirg"-t s'oi k oi '.Tnpe iii"s in I m-gnn.
t;ii; ii.u.i.i'.- m iisFimi:.-,
Ti.e I lalles, I (regon.
Ii. W.CAI.I'WFl.L, liesid.mt A.'ent,
Hood l:iver. On-
C larke's Cough F.lixir
will cure that cou"h F"lce t s onlv '.
TWO-DAY PROGRAM PLANNED
llcvelopinciit Meetiiiif Hill lie l.Hrge.
I)' Altcnilt'ii--A(ltlresst's liy Rep.
l'tosidt'iit K. L. Smith ami Secreta
ry loin Kichardson . of the Oreijou
) OVcl)Hnunt hmU
to ntake the ineetliia in Portlaml.
WimIiicsiIiis'' anil Thursduv, April 'Jti
and 27, a ii'cces8 from start to linish.
The (ltlk'iitl cull liaa been cent to the
"il! retiltirly organized commflrcial and
; Industrial bodies, and acompletH pro
: k'l'ain is now in course, of preparation :
i As partially amuind it is an follows,.
WKDXKSDAY, Al'KIL liti.
Convent ion cttlled to order at l):lt(i
a. in. delegates to arrive at !l if
possible to register and receive badges.
! A local reception committee will be
mi lut it I to welcome dclcgatca.
Address oi' welcome, lion, (leorge
Vj. t'hanil et i.iin, governor of Oregon.
liespon.-e l.y I!. L. Smith, iiresiiletit
of the Oti,:i ti I 'I'wlopnient league.
Itcport of Icigne'H work. Tom
Kii'hat'ib (in, si -cretarv.
AddiesH's by ,Mcfs'rs. 11. W. tiootle,
president of 1 .iw is and Clark e.xptiHi
tion; J. K. N. Kill, linker CUty, Or.;
Frank I. Vawler, Mnlford; 'll. A.
Wort Iniigli'ii. getti tal iniiiiager S. 1.
und O. K. A N. Co., Portland Charles
V. tiallov.ny. of Mt MiimviUo. (Snl
jects mtn.eii later.
lirief tiisciiriii.il rf papers. Ad
jourueiiL til il! :l! I.
!u the i fttn.o( n tlto convention
.1 meet in hi etioi.H devoted to the
ions ii, iii .-tries ol the statu, enn
I i ,ig 'leh gates to ilbciiss, subjects
I which I hey me pat tictilarly inter
'. lie WillctncUe uilley itgrictiltiirnl
'linn will occupy the Marquiim
( 1 ind theiatre.
k.oihl Wiiaiis section, Judge John
A. Scott. Snlcm. chairman, tower room
of I'oi iland commercial club.
liairy section, J. W. Daily, Port
land, chairman, ladies dining room,
Cortland commercial club.
I'tiiit section, Willier K. Newell,
Iiillcy, chiiirtiuiu, Chamber of com
.Mining section, W. S. Newberry,
Sumpter, anil C. C. lieckmau, Jack
onville, joint chitirmen, black room
of eoieinereial club.
At the.-e sectional conventions a
condensed but comprehensive report
will lie made for presentation at the
i;c!icral session Thursday morning.
In the evening reception inroonm of
f )m Portland Commercial club from
H to 11 o'clock for delegates, their
families and friends
THCKSDAV, A1TJL U7.
Ctmveiition called to order prompt
ly ut ! o'clock.
Keporls troin sectional conventions
in order named above.
lieports of vico presidents of the
Address of lion. Jefferson Meyers,
President of Oregon state Commission
of Lewis and Clark exposition.
Kepoits from all delegates repre
sented. All delegates will be 'ritests of the
Lewis and Clark exposition the after
noon of the '.nth, leaving for tho
grounds exactly at two o'clock, as per
announcement to be made in tim con
vention. 'i lie addresses on the program will
u no of thrill exceed 15 minutes in
length, leaving time for the important
i i sinc.-s to be considered a proper
representation of the various portions
of the state through a league heatl
1 1 1 k n l . t-s on t lie exposii ion grounds will
receive attention. The sectional con
ventions will bo intensely practical.
Special rates made by the railroads
for t his occasion insure the conven
tions' success. On the O. II. A. N.,
Lit ramie- and pointH east will be
oi.o fare for the round trip; points
1 1 -tween La ( irando and Portland w ill
he one ainl one third fare. Tickets
on tins Southern Pneilie will he sold
one fare for the lotiud trip from
.'ictt'hilo anil points south; between
( li "ii'lale and Portland t he faro will
he one anil one third. Kate on the
Northern PaciHe the rate is one and
one third fare for round trip. These
lilies w ill apply on tho O. H. ii N.
and Southern Paeitlo trains urrlving
in Portland on Tuesday evening or
Wednesday morning, April i"i and -ti.
On the Northern Pacific delegates
may arrive either Wednesday or Thurs
April -js is limit of tickets.
Now as to delegates. Kvcry mem
ber of tlie Oregon Development league
is entitled to mime u delegation to
include any desired number the sec
tion conventions should be home in
ii. i 1 1 1 in appointing delegates so that
n. en from the ditferunt industries are
1 1 1 . : 1 1 1 1 1 .
Kvery editor in the state is a dele
gate at, large, because it is thtotigh
the ncwspa,H.rs that Oregon will get
her publicity. W here there are no
t he league, the appointment of the
lo recent at ivtis devolves upon the
mayors of towns and the county com
missioners, and it is especially de
sired that several sections of the
appointment of the
t.-.te not now alliliated with the
li i.L'iii' sliotiM oragnize ami join us.
l-.vi tv l o.-i-ible permanent benefit-
ibie permanent benelit
cured as a result of the
.dim. Id be s
in minus western travel that is now
K. L. KM HIT, President,
'KIM laCIIAKDSON, Secretary.
Washington at the Portland Fair.
i Myuipia Kecorder.
Whatcom county will distribute
;,iiii,i.iki pamphlets at the Portland ex
position and will spend 'J0,um in
ell orts t here to display its resources
and attractions for the settler. Suo-
In udsh county will distribute 5t , i IOO
nooKieis and invest, -i.,oiio in uu
.-lime enterprise. Whatcom county
had represcntaion at the St. Louis ex
position that cost about i?h,inii), und
considered it such a prolltahli! ex
penditure that the amount will be
tuoie than dual led for this summer's
exposition campaign. Snohomish
county is going in on the same basis,
and it is a notable fact that the coun
ties, that have been the heav iest in
vestors in exposition enterprise hs a
oioua. ."on , - Nllill.," . Ul.il,. Si,,!,,,.,,,
means of promoting growth are the
heaviest investors in the Portland
project. If they did not have evi
dence that it pays they wouldn't con
tinue to spend thousands of dollars in
"Waspo county is going after the
prizes at the Lewis and Clark fair,
and we intend to get them, too," re
murked Judge Lake, who was in the
city Friday. "O. L. Schmidt, super
intendent of the Wasco county exhi
bit, and myself were in Portland last
week, and the managers of the exposi
tion told us we have made the lies!
showing so far of any county iu the
"Wasco county has nearly ;H) boxes
of apples that have been kept in
colli storage during the winter, and
the tioor space allotted to us, MO.xHi
feet, is the largest given to any coun
ty in the state. We have one of the
best Illations in the building, near the
entrance, and close to the state ex
hibit. There are no posts to obscure
the Wasco county booth.
"Yes, sir, we are going in to wn
the county prize, anil there is no
reason why we can't. We haven't
set aside any large stun yet, but
whatever it costs, the county is able
to pay for it. If it takes .:UHH or
.")Ul we are not going to hesitate on
that score. The money will he appro
priated as needed, and we do not in
tend to go into the matter in a half
hearted way. We intend to win, and
win we will.
"Hood liiver will of course have a
line exhibit, of fruit, and Sentaor
Johnson of Dufttr told me tho other
day the people of his city are en
thusiastic, and will do nil they can
to help make the Wasco county ex
hibit the best in the state. Tho Was
co Warehouse and Milling Co. will
send down an exhibit of Hour, and 1
suppose the Hood Hiver mill will do
"One of the st liking features ot
the exhibit will be a pyramid of na
tural and scowered wool, anil wo have
been assured of a lino buck sheep to
top this olf. The pyramid will be
octagon in shape and inclosed with
glass. Wasco county is one of the
largest wool producing counties in
"When in Portland the other day,
Superintendent Schmidt and 1 se
cured 110 doen monogram plates on
which to display the apples and other
perisnanie irtms. 1'liiy glass gioiies
have been secured for exhibiting the
grain, and a large number of large
glass jars will be used to hold straw
berries and other perishable fruits. .
"I want Wasco county to win that
prize, and 1 don't care what part of
tho county puts up the best part of
the exhibit. It will all be Wasco
county, and will l.o a boiiellt to all
sections of the county. Kvery ex
hibitor will get the credit, for w hat he
shows there, and so will the locality
in which it is grown or manufactured.
There will not be such another oppor
tunity for exploiting the resources of
our country for years to come, and
we intend to take advantage of the
exposition for this purpose, and to
make a name for Wasco county anil
the people who live here."
WILL CONVENE HERE
The Dalles district conference of
the Methodist church will coii'.etie at
Ilood liiver, Tuesday, May Ki, and
continue over Sunday of that week.
The convention of the I'.pworth li ague
for the same district w ill also I e lu Id in i
Hood Kiver that week.
The business meeting of the con
ference will be held Tuesday, Wed
nesday and Thursday, the Kpworth
league convention convening Friday
morning for a two-day session. An
extended plogram has been pre
pared, including addresses by several
Hev. (i. M. llooth of The Dalles is
the presiding elder ,'ol' the district,
which includes Kastern Oregon ns far
to 1 endjeten and Kitstiin Washington
as far noith as Vakimti. There are Xi
chargiM in tho dintiic.l. Kev. W. C.
Smith, pastor of Ihe Methodist church
at Prosser is president of th district
organization of the Kpwotth league.
There isjexpected a htrgeattemlance
of delegates, and the local league is
making extensive preparations for the
BERRIES WILL BE
RIPE BY MAY I
C. D. More of White Salmon be
lieves he w ill have ripe strawberries
the first week iu May. If the weather
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nl ,01t ,N.rliH wou,(, ',mvo
,,.,, rip() t,, ,.,,,,. ,,,., ()f
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age has been done by late frosts, and
tlie plants ami berries are looking
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,.ivi. .i(J thewarm weather
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he hopes to have ripe strawberries
!ti:e first wetk iu May.
lie will begin setting tomato plants
i tins week. J lie I i-i i it. rli ens later in
!the summer and in as valuable a crop
as straw berries.
1 Fill' II WeaK Itigestillll.
' No in"dicitie can replace food but
Cbao'lerhiin's Stomach ami Liver
: Ta'.'el- w ib help vmi digest voiir food.
, It is out tin- quantity of food taken
that gives -Iretiglil and vigor to the
sy-teio.leit tic amount digested and
ass niUated If troiilili il Willi a weak
ligc'lo'i, don't fail to give these Tablet-
a trial. Thousands have been
becefi't'd I'V their li-e. Thev only
cost a qu ute
Sold bv Williams
Has tlie llahy a Cough t
fiiv" it ( 'hit
It contains no
Price 25 cents.
WITH DITCH CO.
BOTH SIDES STILL REMAIN FIRM
Farmer IMeriiiineil Xet to Sljrn Con
trarl Declare 85.(10 an Inch
Willow Plat, hast Hood River.
April IS. The water question seems
to tie the general topin of I'lscnssion
with everybody. The sul'ject of the
contract litis been pretty well threshed
out on both sides, but we believe the
fanners are practically unanimous iu
their resulve not to sign this contract
as offered by the Kast fork company.
ino runners living lu the lower Kast
Side are practically unanimous iu
refusing to pay more than go an inch,
many of the leading orchardists de
claring it ttiestionable whether tho
water is a benefit or an injury.
At the meeting held Friday night
the committee w ho waited upon the
manager of the Irriagtion Co. report
ed that the manager declined to ac
cede to t he tern s of the resolutions
that were presented to him. A com
mittee of five wtis dually selected to
investigate the best plan of eontroling
their own water supply. The general
sentiment seems to favor tho organi
zation of a bonding district. W'e have
talked this- plan over w ith several uou
residetit laud owners and all have ex
pressed their willingness to blaco
their lauds under a bondii.g proposi
tion. If CuKHl orTUM acres could be oritgn
ized into such a district ami bonded
for a'iong term of years at a low rate
of interest it is believed an issue of
bonds amounting to tiH,tHii) or f'o.tHKI
could be limited. Such bonds should
readily command a premium on the
Another meeting will be held at
Pino drove Friday night, April "H,
when the committee will make its
Mrs. J. Ia Atkinson came up from
Portland Friday to look after her
ranch. This is the oldest ranee in
tlie l int and has the only bearing or
chard. The quality of the fruit from
t his orchard exhibited tit the Pan
Amreicau exposition in litill'alo lirst
ill reeled attention to this section of
the valley as being particularly adapt
ed to growing fancy Spitzenbergs ami
Yellow Newtowns. The peaches on
this ranch have never missed u crop
in bl consecutive seasons. It lies
sullif icntly far up the slope of the bill
to iillord perfect air drainage as well
as soil drainage'
Professor 0. P. Thompson and uu
other gentleman whose mime wo have
not learned tire starting a nursery on
the professor's ranch. We under
stand they expect to plant 'Jo.tKKI Head
ings nt once, ami will probably in
crease their acreage as the demand in
creases. HIGH PRICES FOR
MOSIER FRUIT LAND
Alexander Stewr.rt, a Mosier mer
chant, was in tho city Saturday. Mr.
Stewart says many Portland men
have placed a large amount of money
iu Mosier real estate in the last
month or so. Many F.asterners ure
also dropping into the country uml
Among the recent real estate chang
es wits the purchase of the Friend
ranch by Dr. McOruin of Portland,
who paid foiniO for the property. The
doctor w ill soon have :I0 acres iu or
chard. Mr. Howe of Portland bought
the W. II. Kvans farm, paying siiSoil
for l'Jl) acres which Mr. Kvans secured
three years ago for ir'li'jtl. Mr. Howe
will build a new residence, ami in
tends to clear the land for apples.
A. P. Ilateham has had from three to
l.'i men at work all year clearing land.
Mr. liatehain lias III ncirs set to bel
lies and will soon have (ill acres iu or
chard. This place is one of tho ear
liest on the river, strnwl eu ies ripen
ing hero as early us at White Salmi n.
I he chief varieties in the new api to
orchards consist of the standard New
towns and Spitzeti bergs. To illustrate
the productiveness of Mosier soil,
(ieorge Carroll last year realized ijW)
troin tour acres planted to upples,
cherries ami pears. Tho apple tiets,
by the way were only four years old.
Mr. Stewart says the Mosier peo
ple are anxious to see a gooil wagon
road between this city and the Mo
sier valley. As it is now it is euiser
for Mosierites to make the wagon
trip to Tho I lalles, l.'i miles distant,
than to travel the almost impassable
six miles to Ilood liiver. Many more
people would come to Hood Hiver
if a l etter road were constructed.
Lois of Fruit at Tlie Dulles.
"Outside of apples, I have never
seen the fruit in this section look bit
ter, and unless the latent, cold sm.i
has been too severe (and 1 do not
believe it hasi we will have an excep
tional crop," said Fruit Commissioner
Weber 1 0 t lie Chronicle.
Mr. Weber says the apple crop v ill
I not be so largo as last, year, but. latj'o
i enough. In other words, the fruit will
not have to bo thinned, as much as in
Mime years previous. Kaeh year l etter
j grades of all kinds of fruit are beini
mt i nduced and orchardists are oil
the road to perfection along that line
If tho peach crop this year is ;.i ybt t
ter than that of last year, it :. a : t bo
a "dandy. "
I'lciisiire lloei't al Wlnans.
W. Ross Winans informs t he (llacier
t hat he is orrecting a private hotel at
his place near the forks of Hoed riv
er. This hotel is a three and a half
story structure. 'Mx'M feet in extent.
There will be 'Jli rooms in the build
ing. Tents will be erected among
the lirs, and if necessary Mr. W'iuatiH
says he will be able to care fur l(KH)
guests. He expects a liberal patron
age during the comhig summer.
Smith a lorinlil.ilih" Candidate.
F..Ii. Smith of Hood liiver promises
to bo a rather formidable cauditdate
for governor provided he decides to
enter the race for the nomination,