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EOOD RIVER, OREGON, APRIL 27, 1905.
HooU ItlVKK l.tilni K NO. lift, A. K. and A.
A. M. Mih'Ih Salitnlny evening on or before
eitt'b lull IlltHlll. Till MAN Ul'TI.KK, W. M.
A. I. MllK, Secretary.
H ODD Kl VEK en AI'i'KIl NO. . R. A. M -AleiitH
tirst ami Hind fi-Play nights of each
month. K. t'UANw.Kit, H. P.
A. 1. Mok, Siecretary.
HOOD UIVKK CIIAI'TKK NO.tVO. K.8.
Meela sei-ontl ami fourth Tuesday evening
oleai-ti mouth. Visitors cordntl'y weleometf.
MllH. J. I. HKILSIINKK, W. M.
Mils. Tiikkkma tsTNKa,KeiTctary.
JDI.KWH.uK UlliUK NO. 107, I. O. O. F.-Mi-eu
In Kruirrual lull, every Thursday
night. V. (UKi.lil, N. U.
II. C. Hmith, Hcretary
KHUN KNCAN.l'MKNT, NO. 48, I. O. (). K.-Kt-gnlar
inn ting second unci funrlh Mondays
OlIMCll tlhilllll. I.. K. Mobsk, C. I'.
II. K. Kntuican. SVrlhe.
LAl'HKl. IlKUKK AU IlKUKKK UilMjti NO.
si, I. O. o. I- .-Meets Hrst and llilrd Krtdaya
In each iiioniii.
M its. K. W. Uinsi.i., N. U.
Mas Doha Thomson, KecreUtry.
WAUCO.MA I.Ol'HK NO. 3(), K. OF P -M
lets In K. uf 1' hall every Tuesday n.ght.
V. C. Unot'K, O. C.
H. T. Uk Witt, K. ol K- mid 8.
HOOII KIVKIl I'AMP, NO. 7,7, M. W. A -Meets
in K. ol 1'. null every Wednesday
night. (.'has. J on km, V. U.
t'. U. IIAK1N, Clerk
HOOD UIVKlv CAM I, NO. ,7t, W. O. W.
Mueln mi it rsL nn I tiiu.l Tuesday of each
month In odd l-V-ltim-' dull.
1' . II. lil.ACU, J. C.
11. W. Wait. Clerk.
HOOD KIVKIl l I HI IK NO. WOMKNOK
Woodi-riil't-Mivis hi K. ot r. hall on the
tlrstand Third I-rlitu.v-of euclt month.
l.KNOHA STI II R, li. N,
N El i.ik iioi.i.owi:i.i Clerk.
U1VK11NIIIK LlJluit-' NO. liM A. O. U. W.
Miets Urol and loud r-alunliiys of each
month. i . I., i olM'i.K, M. W,
E. 11. ItKAIPI.KV, Kilinlli- er
CHKsii KH witri'K, Kecoi'.ter.
EiVKHflllll'ri.ODOK NO ill',"" llKUIUSE ok
Honor, A. O. V. W.-Mcm lust and third
.salurthrsal 8 l. 111.
Miss Cuba Corri-K, C. of H.
Miss cahiiih Coiti.k, llecoriter.
OltDKlloK WAislllNliioN HOOD UlVfiK
Union No. 1-Meeta In K. of f. hall tile
second mid fourth Saturdays In each month
HI 7:;J . in. K. I.. Kooli, President.
C 11. Iiakin, Secretary,
OLKTA A.1SK.M BY NO. ItCI, iTNiTKl) ART-iMiuit.-Mi
el the lirsl and third Weilnes.
iliivn, work: second and fourth Wednesdays
Artisans' hall. J. 11. Kobkhu, M. A.
C. D. ilKNiiuil, Secretary.
COURT "liooll ItfVkK NO. 42, KOKKisTKlW
oi Anierlca, Meets second and fourth Mon
days in each month In K. of 1'. hall.
OKI). K. Hunokk, C. It.
K. U. Hnnsics, F. ('.
CA.UVlMWT, NO ili.O. A. K.-MKK1'H AT
A. o. I!. V. . hall, second and lourth Hatur
uavsof each month at 'J o'clock p. ill. All
li. A. 11. members Invited to meet wl'li us.
A. L. l'u n i.i-, Commander,
Thomas Ooss, Ailjutant.
CANIlV W". 11. C., No. t-MKKW HKCOND
ami lourth isaturdaj'H of each Month In A.
o. U. W. hall at 2 p. in.
Ki.i.kn Hi-owkks, President.
Ij..iK (iKK, Secretary
MOUNTAIN IIOMK CAMP No. 819, K. N. A.
.ncets at the K. of P. Hall on the necoud and
fourih Fridays of each month.
,lus. Cauhik IlitoSH S, O.
.Mrs. F.i.i.a Daki.n, llecoriter.
Waiina Tkmi'I.k No. il. ItHthhone Slslers.
Meets sccou and lotirtli Thursdays of each
moulll. AMANDA WlllTKHKAIi, M.K.C.
isl'Kl.I.A KlI'llAUIISoN, M. of U. & C.
DR. W. T. ROWLEY,
1'IIYSICIAX, Sl'lUiKOX, OCCL'LIST
(mice In Smith lliilldliiK.
Olllce ihone mil. Residence phone 8ta.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
1'IIYSICIAN AND SUMGKOX.
Telcihone.s: Olllce, 2S1; residence, Mil.
Mil IK i EON' O. K. A N. Co.
JKS. .MA UY JOHNSON, M.J).
Physician and Surgeon.
Ulllces and Uesldeiicc In K. I,. Smith Huildlng
over i- list Nut. liaiik. l-.ulrauee, rear
ol hunk, on Third St,
H. L. DUMBLE,
J'llYSIUAN AND SL'HUKOX.
.Successor to I'r. M. F. Suaw.
Calls iiroinplly answered In town or country,
nay or initio.
Telcliones: Itesideuce, nil: Offlce, (113.
Ollii-e in the Itroslus IttllldillK.
DR. M. A. SMOOT,
Uradiiuteol American Sclio il of Osteopathy
Ilroslus liulldii.g, Kooins ii and 7. Tel. lira.
HJOI) IllVrJlt, OltKiiON. Mi
DR. A. F. ROWLEY,
Olllce in Ihe Smith Huildlng. Phone Ml
C il. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Spieiaiist oil Crown and Hrldge Work.
'1 rlephoiies: ollice, Usl; residence, 14.
Olllce over Dank lung. Hood Klver, ore.
E. H. fl ART WIG,
Will I'nu-t.ce In All Courts.
OMlce wtrli Ovo. i. l-'ulberihou & Co. Col
U'fttuiis, Abtraoi?, ftrtiiL-uiL'iii ul Khtatei.
HUOI) UIVKK. oKKCjON.
JOHN LELAND HENDERSON
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. ABSTRACTER, NO
TAKY PUBLIC nd REAL
E STATIC AOENT.
For SSffMt reildnt ol Orfon and Wart
HiBton. Hu h.d manr yea" exporlanaa In
kval Eitate matter!, aa abitraotor, aearcher ol
tltlet and ageut Baililactlon guarantewJ or
Abetract Furnlthed. Money Loaned.
Hood River, Oregon.
p C. BR0S1U8, M. D.
' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
'Phone Central, or 121.
Office Honrs: 10 to 11 A. M.j t to t
and 6 to 7 P. M.
o.N TON BAU11KH SHOP
HAYNES A GREY, Peow.
The place to et an eiT ihT, an up-to-iat j
flair cut, aod to enjoy tha luxury ol a aorealala j
bain tub. I
THE O. K. BARBEK BUOf I
r!n-ell 4 Re, Propt. Bet wean J. K. Rand'i i
and K. C. W rlnht'n. Htrlctlj nntclaaa. iatta- j
CKEKA MKAT MARKET,
McGUIRK BROS, Prop.
Dealerf In Freih and Cnrad Meata, Lard,
Poullrf , FrulU and Vegetablea.
fEU DKLIVKBY. PHOSI It
Arrival and Departure of Mails.
The pcmtofllce la open dally between 8 a. ni.
and & p. ni.; Sunday from U lol o'clock. Mails
for the Fast close at 11.20 a. in., n.A) p. m. and
II p. in.; for the West, at i.W p. in. and i p. in.
The carrlera nn K. F. I), route No. I aim
leave the postortli-e at 8.30 a. m. Mall leaves
For mi fioou, aatiy t u ni.; arrives iu --u
For Underwood. Wash., at IS m.. Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays; arrives same days
at 11 a. in.
For White Salmon. Wash., dally at 12 m.;
arrives at II a. in.
For Hood Klver. dally at 8 a. m.; arrives at
t p. m.
For Hiisum. Trout tan ana uuier, vt asn
dally at T.:Ua. in.; arrives IS p. m.
For Ulenwood, Fulda and (illnier, Wash.,
dally at 7.:m a. in.; arrives at IS p. in.
ror I'ine r lat aun nnowueu, v asu., ai i p.
i. Tuesdays and Saturdays; arrives same
days at 12 in.
For llluiien. dally at . p. in. arrives ai
B.45 a. in.
O. K. & X.TIME TABLE.
No. 2, Chloaito Hneclal, 11:13 a. m.
No. 4, Spokane Flyer, 8:40 p. in.
No. 6, Mall and Express, I0:l p. in.
No. 21, Way Freight, 12:15 p. in.
No. O. Fast Freight, 4:06 a. in.
No. 1, Portland Special, iM p. m.
No. S, Portland Flyer, 6:3ii a. m.
No. 5, Mall and Ki press, 4:18 a. m.
No. 'A Way Freight, tt:2? a. ni.
No. 55, Fast Freight. 1:0) p. m.
and uinion Pacific
3 Trains to the East Daily
Through Piitlinsn standards and tourist
sleeping ears daily to omaha. Chicago, Spo
kane; tourist sleeping cars dally to Kansas
City; through Pnllinnn tourist sleeping esr
fnersonsally conducted) weekly to Chicago.
Reclining chair cars (seats free) to the East
Plrl" Portuna, Or. "'"
Chicago Salt Uka, Denver, t :26 p.m.
Portland Ft. Worth.Oniaha,
Bpeclal KaniM City, Ht.
1:16 a. m. Louii,Chlcagoand
Atiantto Salt Lake, Denver, 1:00a.m.
Ei press Ft. Worth, Omaha,
1:15 p.m. Kansas City, Ht.
Walla Walla, Lewli
Et. Paul ton, Spokane, Wal- T'.lta. m.
Fast Mall lace, Pullman,
i:lt p.m. Minneapolis, Ht.
via Paul, Duluth, Mil-
Ipokant wausee, Chicago
FOR" AKTOUtA and 8:00 P M.ioMiO P. M.
way points, connecting! Dally Dally
with steamer for II aco exeent
and North Itesch ateam-j Sunday,
er Hnssalo, Ash Htreet'Satnrdav.
diK'k (water per.) 110:00 P.M.
Foil Dayton, Oregon -.00 A. M.!o::W P. M.
City and Yamhill Riv
er points. Ash street
dock (water per.)
FOK LEW IS TON, '4:00 A. Mj About
Idaho, anil way points, Monday, 500 P. M
from Klparia, Wash, i Wedn'd'y : Tiiesilav.
I Friday. ITIiursihiy,
I I sutiuay
A. L. CRAIG,
Ceiiaral PaiHnm Agent, Portlaad, Ol
T. J. KINNA1RD, Agent, Hood River.
YOD WILL BE SATISFIED
WITH YOCn JOUKNEY
If your ticketa rend over the Denver
and Hio Gratitle 1 tail road, the
"Scenic Line nf I lie World,"
There nre many scenic attractions
and points or interest along the line
tHHween Osden anil Ilcnver Hint
the trip neur Ucumes liivsonte.
If you are (foiiiK East, write for infor
mation and get a pretty honk that will
tell yon all aiamt it.
W. C. MfUKIIiR, General Agent,
m Third Street,
PORT I. A XI), OREUOX.
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plates.
Treatment of (linetiseil teelli and guniH.
Office Ilroslus JUiiltlini:. rimne lOill.
Hood Eiver Strawberry
5c Cigar. Tiieu try an "R. and II.''
For sale by all dealers.
(1'BAS t'IKAR r AlTORY,
V. River Ht. J) A XIKL R. II KM.MKRI.. Prcip.
M. E. WELCH,
THE VmElUNARY SI RGEOX.
Is prepared to do any work In thf veU-rln-laryllne.
He can be found bycalllnK at or
! pi if to LiB4ne s uruu store.
Up over Spot Casl'i Corn-r Gns-ery
ik-M 'J-. 4-
K I. S i i ii,
;. o Hi.anihAK
The First National BanK
OK HOOD lllVF.Ii, OliF.tiON.
Capital anil Surplus, t:!0,(t00.
Kslnbllslied June 1. l!H.
P. M. HALL-LEWIS
Civil and Architectural Engineer
Office, Second St., loljolnlng Wnucoma Hotel.
Residence alter A pill 1st, Country club Inn.
HOOD KIVEH, OHEtiOX.
JOSEPH A. WILSON
Developed Water Power
for sale. Parties desiring power fur
manufacturing purposes w iil do well to
write to him.
R. P. OUR,
Hrick-woi'k, l'liistoriiiji' itnd
STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
HOOD RIVE1S, OKECON.
S. H. COX
Plans and Estimates Fcrnisiiku.
J. F. STRANAIIAN,
Of 26 yeara experience. Will fur
nlih plane and epeoifi'-RtumB for all
kinda of building. Strictly up to date.
Located at Hood Hiver.
E. A. SOULE,
Plans and Ks-riMATua Furnish Kn '
FREDFR1CK & ARNOLD.
EitimateB (uniinlmil on all kinds ot work
1)l,,...a. Arnold. MkIii 8.1.
JJUIIt.N. Krnlrrlrk. M.ln
F. W. PRIBNOW,
Carpenter & Builder!;:
Kstitnules cheerfully furnished.
rinns and Sjvt'ellicatlons furnished.
All work prtunptly and carefully nttemled to.
Hood River, Ore.
BELIEU & SANDERS,
J-Plans and Kshmatkm I'Iiknihiii o "4
SIMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
decorative rninlinsr ami I'lipi-i' llani;iii
Plans ftiniislieil. Kstitnutcs rure- :
ft 1 1 1 V llllllll'. I
HOOD RIVER, ORKOOX. j
FRAZIER & SON, j
Flue anil Fireplace Work a Hpeciall.v.
HOOD RIVF.R, ORKOOX.
English Walnut Trees
We are Mpwdil rowt'is. I'ost not't shell n-
rU'tiei. Abmnlaut hcjirern h( e;irly nut: Tln-y
thrive In Oregon. We cut) 111 yoti nil iihout :
them. Write for eiituUitEue itnil Infoniittlum. j
BROOKS & SONS,
lifft XrrHf i'ijmni,' Curfou, Or.
Hood River Marble Works
Am jircjiiircd to cxcciilc
all onltM's for granite n-n.l
marble work, monuments.'
Also coiitract for nil Kinds
of stone masonry, con
Bargains in Real Estate.
1. ii-roi.in hou-c, lot HKhliH), oppo-'
sito'schiHil liousc; sightly luci.tiun ; very
cheap, (ict our price.
i!. 4 ruoiii lti ii-e, two lots .")Uxi:',(l feet
each, city water; throe blocks I'r 'ill
sheoul bouse; pleaHint iicnt:on. I'ricc,
3. 10 acres good upple and straw berry
land, (our acres cleared, l.Ti fruit irecs,
one acre s; r.iwln rries, 4-n "in house,
well, s'ub'e, wood slied and peek
ing Initio' and chicken house.
Price $1. '.V)
4. 5-roiiin house, brow of hill, ovcr
ioukiiig Colinnliia, one block from high
Hclnsil btliltling, good well and city
at:r: large wood bousi ; good chicken
house; lot fillxltK); or if dcsiied, lot
5. tl-rooin house, line location, over-
lisiking the Columbia. $iOi.
Ii. lour fine lots for 1 175 each, 4 for
ll'rO each, below brow of hill, overlook
ing the Columbia.
Real Estate & Exchange Co.
Mood River, Ore.
I will Klvp ipwnrd ot iti lor the arre-'t mill
conviction of puny ortmrtii'M wlrt uinlii-leiiH-ly
alti-mpted to ili-trov my dwi-lllii tiv Itrp,
anil stole in)' ishIs. K. i . Stuart, -HisiiI Itlv
er. Or. w
(TiintHT Land AM .Iui)t-;t. s;s.j
NOTK'K FOK ri'l'.LU'ATlUN.
I'nittti States Land Otfioc. Tin I)lt', Oivtron.
Feliruary 1H, llf5.-Notic' if heivtiy Kivn that in
ttmipliaiu with the proviMons f ttua a-t of tn
Klf km of JuneH, 17S, enlit itti "An art for the
sale of tin. tier laiuls in the Slides .f t'aliforiiiu,
Oreii-on. Kevaiia and WuhiiiKl'm Ternt.iry." as
extended U all the 1'ublic l.aiul Stales by act of
AukusI 4. hX,
JOaSKPH W. WKST.
of llxwl Rivor, comity f 'usco. Stale of Oregon,
has this (lay tiled in this otlice Ins .-.wot n statement
Ntt 2175, for the iiuivhttse of tin- Kl . N W'1 and
K'ttS VVrl4 of SiH'tion No 7, in Township No I
North. Kantre No. IvK., W. M.. and will offer
proof to show tht the land sounht is more val
uable for its ttmU-r or stone than fir HKiicult
ural purpoweM, and to estaih his claim In said
land before the Korister and Receiver of thisotliee
at The Dalies, Oregon, im the I'.tihday f May.
He names as Witnesses: David Slate, of Hood
River, Oretfonr, J. M. Spnrurf, of Hood River.
Oregon. (', A. Hell, of Hooil Hiwr, Oregon.
Any and all persons clanniriK adversely the
a(ove-descril)ed lands are niiuusted to tile their
claims in this utlice on or Itcfore said 'itth day of
mitmll MICHAEL T. VOI.AN, ReKister.
NOTICE KOU lH'lU.ICATlON.
1'i'l'nrtnn'iil otllie lnd'Aurr
i'nlti'd stnti' l.aiul oitii'f.The l'nlli,ri'iiiiii.
A ( ' r i I Ill "i N'ntli'e ts lii ri'liy iiivi'll Hull I hp
lollllWlnK-IUllllI'll W'ttllT llHS lill'll LlOtfl'l' of his
1 1ll I'll t Ull til IIIIIKt? tillill I'I'liul III MipptH'l III
hit. fliilin, mitt that . saiit ril' w ill hi' niiiih'
hi'fure tin' Kt'irlt-ti'r mid Ki't'i'ivrrut 'Ihi' hallm,
(irt'Kitn, on Miiv.'l, PHVi. viz.:
.1011 N Ali.MSTHllMI.
of Mosii'r. Ilri'uon, II. K. No. 'i'l-', rm t'.ii' NK',
l'.'4, NK1, SW, iitul M'., XW'.or S.'iti, in
Tnwiislil) i Norlli, Hilhui' II l-'.iil. XV. ,M,
111' IIIUIH'S the lollowilin VillH-sr til
,rop hl.s I'oniimi'Mis rrHilrni'i' iijion iin.l i'ui.
tivilllon oI hiiIiI IhmiI, viz : ,,hn KViilis, rail .
.1. I'ri'lil'licksoll.'rilotllHS Ht'lllHM!;'-!'!!. Onirics
lli liiu tt, all of McikIit. iiri'uon.
.MlrllAKI. T. si 'I. A I., liiisl ;t.-r.
! a 'U-iiiI ;
j ADMIMSriiATOII S s.M.K. j
I Notice is herehy triven that untlev and in pnrsii- j
! Ance of an order of the Count v I 'mi i t of tin- Stale j
j of Oregon for the County of Wascu. made on
tith day of July, lyti-l, the i.ndeisiniHt, adtm
' liator of tlie tt-late of John W, Mm phy, ilet ea.;
j un Friday the Uih day uf May. Uv at the I.
' of one o'clock p.m., at the l'..imiy court h.
' door in Dalles City, in Waso ( -t'joly, Oregon, ,
sell at public auction the following dcseiibed k
estate lielontfiiiW to the esmie of said de t ii
to-vvit: The Mint h hall' of the noilheio-l .,jb i
and the north half of the sotitheart " ut 1
j itf section eleven, in township one norln, n.
j ten east, VV. M.
i The terms of said Hale will he -in per cent of :
i selling price, ca.-;h in hand at the tune of Ihe l.
;io per cent in one year therea! ht, and .in per ( .
in two years thereafter, with intercut at H
cent per annum on i-aid deferred payments.
Said sale will bo made subject to contirmat
by the Court.
Dated at Hood River. Oregon, this 7th day
March. I HI 15. liKt). T. I'liATHKli.
a(ml 1 Atlniinistrator.
NOTICK F() l'l'HI.ICATION.
I I1i'.irtnii'nt i.f llli' Intrlinr. ljunl OllifO at Till'
j Da.lc.". (iKn.in. March 1:1, Isnfi.
j Notii'i' is hcii-hy irivL'n Ilia! tin' fitMuwiriif-nattail
! wt 1 lir has liltil n'llii'ii nf his i ii t ,'ii t it in lo make
i tiaal pr(M)f in Hlllipnrl nf hi;; cla.m. anil sai't proof
! will In' maili- U-l-ne Uin. T. I'rath. r. IJ. S. t'oin-
m!;"';''';, 1 '.!?..":lk'8 k,vt,r- 0re- ""
I HOWKl.l, M. Min'OAI.K. SR..
nf llml Hiwr, (Irciron, on II. 1.. No. 7 lay, lor the
W1', N V" i .Sit at anil W - S V4 of oi'.-tioa 17.
Ti. 2 North. Uanve II li., V. M.
He aaita'rt Ihi' followiair wiiiifsoi's to provii his
t'oaliiuiiiua ii-siili'itec upon ;oal raltiviilioii of siml
latiil.vii.: Ni'WLont'ampl.i.'ll. Sam ('iiiniiln'11, tJisnne
I,. Kobmsoa a:l Ji'i-umo W.-lb, all of liuml River,
nila27 MICHAKL T. I.'ol.AN. Ui-uisti'r.
NoriCi: I'Olt l'l.lil.K'ATlON.
Det'ii! tiawat of tin' Inti'ih.r
. i.aatl Oili.o at The
Dall.'S, Onvi.n. Maii h II. Iyu.r,,
Nolio? is hereby irivea that the fnlluwinr-niiaieil
settler has lilt'il aoliie of his intention lo make
final pl'mf in KiippoW of his rlaim, inal thai Haul
pl'isif will he m:i lo hel.r'e (1:m. T. 1'rallu r, U. S.
ommissioner. at Ins uhiee in llooil Kivi-r. Ore., on
May :lnl. I !!.'.. i i?.;
J mi:s K. UV.KH,
of Ml. Hooil. Ori'K'in, on II. 10. KIM. for the S. W".
ufSeetii.il 17. Tp.l -;,,ulh. Kaniii- 1(1 I-i., VV. M.
He nana s (he following wiitu-ssi-s In prove his
coatinuoas i eMiIinet- upon oral cultivation of said
land. viz.: l.i-niy .1. (Irotl, John H. droll', William
1,. lluekals.) a -I Uussel (iohin. all of Ml. Howl.
nilita; MICIIKALT. Ntil..N. INttisti r.
NOTICi: I'ui; I'l'lil.H'ATIo.N.
IU'jiml iiifiit Ihe Interior; l(nml Olllce, The
Piilh'M, tuenn. April in. pit) . Notice t hcichy
tflven I Ii :il the Iutr-nniiied wt I hi I in s
II lt'tl iKUiot' ol ,i iiiK'ntioii lo tnitke thml
proot in up toil of his rhil in, itnil (hut Mild
proof vill he lti;hle hiiore tieoiyeT. 1'iulhtT,
! I'niltil jiiih's r.-iiiifiisstotRT, al llooil Klver,
1 OreKon, on June :i, l!ttir, viz.:
II K.N K V .1. liKhl'K,
of Mount lui"i, Oietroii, lloinesleiKl Ktitry
No. h-.M.t. lor ihi-NW4 Si etion 17, Township I
houth. It tiiiie I'.i Kiihl, Wtlhuiieitt' Merhliiin.
I le nr nies i he lollowintf witnesses to prove
hU eolit imioits leshlene" upon iini eulliMi
lion nt" miM lniid, viz.: JHineH It. Iters, Htn
sell (iohin, Aliirymi Sehearer, and Willhini 1.
Hm-kiihuy, nil nl" M-nmt IIcmmJ, H'ctjoii.
M It'll AKIj T. NoLAN.
I'ianos. Ou'nn:;. "t'eciliwn" I'iiino Playt-rs. all
kinds uf sniiill ihsl ninmiits. Shoot iTiusii-, HtriiiKK
ell-. Hest anil i ln'iipcvt Imusi-in thetnlo. K. II.
WILL, Wl Al.lllili.sl"., -OKTLANl, OKI'!. One
liluck above Oreiroman Iluililiiiy.
All W'iiseii cumly wnrrants rt'Klstereil ,iiur
to Mari-li 1. I'm:,, ill In- p.i iil mi i , r , n I u l lull
ill my nlllrl-. Interest eeusert niter Mureli l.'i,
llll'i. M. ,. ImiNNKI.I,,
W. E. PENNELL,
Whitow timl Ihiii,' S'rm nn, N'iihliiw
((nil lime 'r((iiitx, )J)ic( timl Slin'r fr'ijr
tnriH, t'ih()lKtciiii( (tod Fiintititcc lie
fifiiriii;, C((i pel Kiii(, ('Idiiiin; mill
.Kiiiii. Hood River, Ore
Timber and Homestead
I hove for lin-allnn some rlioii't; umile luliils
mid limner i-lniiiis: iiUo ri-l!iiiiiisliineiitN unil
Intel to sc-rlpt. Cull en nr lelilri-ss.
id ltiver. Ore.
lies, riioiic !!7li.
For Irrigation of City Lots
Notice should be given at the oliiee of
! the Light and Water Co. when water
is used for sprinkling. We say sprink
ling because it is the only method by
j w liii li we agree to furnish water for irri
liiation. licware of the mail with tin
i wrench. Ifthispmnt is overlookc
wise the proper Hint' to sprinkl
I further notice will be L'ivcn.
1, like -
' as no
IB . F &
i Consumers whose residences front the ! vnllev. With the beautiful surround
; south sides of the streets named below ings be has at Odcll. there are many
w ill spi t kle between hours of 5 and 11 ; who envy his lot. Just the other day
a. m ; Hu 'eon Ibe moth ride between ail Masterner stopped for a few min-
3 and it p m. ; Columbia, Kiver, ( ak
i and State streets, and Sherman and Ha-
In case of alarm of lire nil sprinkling
slinoid be st, 'lined or, ,m lt 1 V.
II. K. ioFF, Mgr.
FINDS THRIFTY COMMUNITY THERE
l.ittli' Wltlte Store IVopIo Muklng
l'i('tiirfsiiii Retreat nt the Hub
of the East Sltle.
Thrto yoarH bk'o tliist omiiift AiiKUxt,
itnswull Shi'lloy Ih'khm liuixiipgH at the
Little White Store tit OdiU, seven
ntilis south of the city, with merely
a handful of goinln. In a few montha
the country about the Little White
Sloro developed into a croanroatls
villitKo and tho (ilacier conultided
tliiH section of the Kaht Side should
lie known to the world as Oell, the
town haviiiK nprutiK up on a portion
of the old Udell liotneetead, one of t he
Hist farniH lirotiKlit under rultivatloii
on the Kast Side of Hood River.
"The llul. of the Kast Side," U
what the residnntH about Udell have
trttned tl i it- little village, and well
tl.i-y iniiilt The (Ilacier man ac
cepted nr. 'i.t ki tion lust Sunday to
-I end tin liny with Riiawcll Shelley
mil lau.il; lie is glad he went and
intends to n e ll at part of the valley
clti-ner. Odcll 1 1 c )o llniily Udieve
they lime tie Kt'ittt wction of the
lloiil 'ill y, anil the etlitor
il! not iiii- t Ii- tie cli tin.
One thinu p: 1 1 k tii..i!y itnpfessittK
the oI)m n ii i! i iti i lo Udell is the
i- oxteiii-it e i!im) .i: e,.ts which have
been Ii.i-iUi ill ti.t t tilt of the VHlle)
',. i within it 1 1 lit .villi-. Substantial and
II i In nut iitti :i i ii'i 1. 1 1 avo tccu ciTct
' i ;-i by mil i . v ut l'u- t..; tners, comfoit;t
i ! 1 liotui ;: tl'Hl v. 1 1 id do credit to
r ! i i: riclie I t itii'H. 'il:o farms about
ell git e cveiy c idrrce tlittt tin
,c ! i iters aie 'i(eiot:s t.ud contentetl.
Ih llcy A Si n me tlio energetic
; npiietiiis if the Little White Stole,
i : Iph Sin llcy it the Junior member
1 1 tho firm. He arrived hero last year
Ii tn Sitka, Alaska, nhoro for several
ytars he held a commission as deputy
crllector of customs. Ho also had
i-lnii-go of the government experiment
f:iiin nt that, fur away Alaskan point.
Across the street from tho Lilttle
White Store, Mr. and Mrs. Shelley
have erected a two-story warehuose
with a large basement on an acre
of ground Mrs. Shelley purchased
lust year for WlXI. The upper story
of the warehouse has been fltteit up
ami is occupied for living rooms.
Here seated iu his comfortable library
chair iu a light and airy room, Mr.
Shelley prepares his weekly grist of
Odcll notes, which by the way make
up one of tho most widely read and
iiiterehting columns of the (ilacier.
Mr. Shelley has expended a large
amount of lin e and labor in beautify
ing the grounds about his buildings.
The sloping ground about the ware
house litis been terraced w 1th stone,
hmiI the ground smoothed down and
sown to lawn gtuis, which was just
peeping through tho ground the other
Sunday, wl.cn the (ilacier man was
shown about the premises. A por
tion of the acre has been reserved for
vegetable gardens, while along the
south fence walnut trees will be plant
ed for shade and ornament.
Kierything about the grounds of
the Little White Store people is ex
ceedingly neat and dean. No rubbish
is allowed to accumulate, while the
jgteeti lawns and flower beds are
I indeed attractive to the eve. A
natural park of pines has been
cleared of tho underbrush within a
few feet of the store. Hero Mr.
Shelley has arraanged to place an ice
cream stand during the warm summer
days. No more attractive spot can be
liinnd for private picnics. Mr. Shel
ley has already been assured of an ex
The Ih mail boxes at a corner post
in front of the Little White Store
gives some idea of how thickly fet
tled this country is about Odcll.
Half a mile south of the store is aii
otht r cluster of i:t mailboxes. Tele-
mono i o cs neavily w netl lino the
ii iij n.v c fwoun hi l II in VI (ifM 1(1111 in,
indicating the farmers receive the
comforts of a city while they breathe!
the country air and live a life of free-
Across the street is a large building
erected last summer by the Odd Fol
low a louge oi i men. in loilgo meets
in mo sccoim siory oi me Dunning,
wntio mo grouiin noor is occupied hy
iiert lioarilinan with u stock of
i erics, Hour and Iced. A half block to
the sotitli is a bliicksinith shtip owiietl
by llarry Kemp. One
block up the road toward the cast
in u jSKHH) two-room school building.
Across the street is the Union chap
el, a neat little structure, recently fit
tod with comfortable pews.
With this collection of business
houses, residences, a school and church
tin- nucleus has been formed for what
someday may be a town of no mean
pretentious. The Mount Hood rnil-
iway will have a station within a
iiuarter of a mile of the Little White
'Store, which will servo to increase
j property values at thiH point. Hurt
Van Horn, the liutfalo capitalist who
has invested extensively in Fast Side
orchard lands, is of the opinion that
this railroad will tiring many settlers l The cm', of installing the monster
and investors to the upper valley, 'searchlight on Mount Hood will he $:!!),
from which tho whole country will ooo, and the operation will entail coii
prolit. (.iderable labor and a great deal of en-
A few rods west of the Little gineering skill. .1 . K Thompson, elect
U'hitn Mtnr. Mrs Silii.lli.r tins nor. ' ileal engineer for the exposition, is
chased A" acres of what was formerly
the Hiisey place. This laud is being
cleared for orchard, and already four
acres as been set to apple trees. The
soil of this tract is exceptionally well
adapted to apple culture, and is today
a valttalile piece of property, there
are several beautiful building sites
I on the land, and Mr. Khelley hopes
sumo day to retire from active busi
: ansa pursuits and spend the remaind
1 er of his days taking life easy on a
j small farm.
i Mr. Shelley has traveled extensively
1 over the American continent, but saya
! there is no place where he fell so con
sented with life as in Hood Iilver
j utes at the store after a trip over the
j vallev. "If you will sell me this store
and live acres of tnese tieaiititol
1 grounds. 1 will locate in the valley, "
jrpn nrbed Du. stranffpr.
Afters mimptuotiH dinner ferved
by Mrs. Shelley to which the news
paper man did ample justice, a drive
was taken to Chris Dethman's and
from there to Heulah Land. Mr.
Dethman has a 110-acro fruit ranch
which keeps him on Kasy street. The
land is all in cultivation, and :tt
acres are in apple otchard, which
shows up well from the road. Mr.
Dethman has a comfortable home
commanding a beautiful view of the
valley stretching to the north, the
Columbia river and Washington hills
iu the distance, and the whole topped
with the snow fields of Mount Adams
in sharp contrast with the blue sky
of the Hummer day. Some Jenatiu
apples from Dethman's cold storage
house were a treat to the visitors.
PLAT TRACT LAND
A number of Hood Hiver captilists
have secured title to several hunched
acres of hind near the forks of Hood
Kiver, which they intend to plat into
small tracts and place on t he market.
Those interested iu the coni any
have incci'i orated as the Deadpoint
Devclopn eut Co., the incorporators,
who tiled articles with County Cletk
llolton lHst week being A. S. Hlowers,
H. J. llibl ard, J. 11. IVrgtison, T. .1.
('uniting, Kalph It. Savage, ,1. 1 .
The capital stock of the company is
tlxed at divided into IS shares.
Hight to a large spring has also I t en
secured, the water of which will be
used on the lauds iu the It tied dis
trict. John Lelnnd Henei m n is now
in the mountains with a s'i".cinij
crew, w here he w ill be t ngiigt d fi.r a
couple i f weeks running lines for the
procity. lliislnud is mid to I a will
adapted to tip In cultuic. It is hit til
ed between lialph Sinr.gcs' hotnesteiid
and the fills of the rher.
HAS GLACIER SENT
TO THE PRESIDENT
W. Ross Winans has ordered the
(Ilacier sent to 1'resident Koosovolt
with his compliments. Mr. Winans
is a great admirer of tho president,
and will have some hunting stories of
encounters with hears and mountain
lions, for publication iu the (ilacier
in tho near future, which will doubt
less make the strenuous Teddy
anxious to try conclusions with Ore
Mr. Winans is now busy preparing
some attractive literature setting
forth the attractions of his townsile
at the forks of Hood Kiver He in
tends that Mr. Hoosevelt shall read of
this beautiful section uf the valley
through the (ilacier, and if he ever
comes to Oregon again w ill induce
him to make t he trip to the summit
of Mount Hood.
MANY ARE COMING
FROM GRAND FORKS
(irand Forks (N. !.) levelling 1'iess.
Several I'rotiiineiit (irand Horks peo
ple have expressed their intent inns of
visiting the liuml Kiver country this
year and taking in lite Portland fair as
well. A. 1). Moe, now here on a visit,
is very eiitliiMnslic over licit country,
and is booming it at cverv oppuiluniiy.
Case Against Davenport IMsnilsstil.
The case against Frank Ihivenpui-t,
president of Davenport Unit. Lumber
Co., who wiih arresled on complaint nf
Depntv (nunc W union l-'iiiz, eluired
with tlirow ing sawdust iu a trout slream,
I whh dismissed from Justice Dmitliit's
I conrl at Tlie Dalles, Monday inntning.
District Attorney Meneli-e appeared
j fur the stale and it. S. 1 1 iiuinsiloii for
(h? defense. When w it ncsses hud been
examined, attorney fur Ihe defense.
moved that the case be dismissed for
I lack of evidence. The motion carried
.itll thu toui t and Davenport was tlis-
Flnslillglils From .Mount llimil
I'lniis for Ihe most wonderful eleetii-
' cal fi-titute ever perfected for an uxpos-
i it 1 1 il arc being worked out by electrical
levpirls lot Hie Lewis ami v.iiiik expos-
rtlanil. A searciiiigiii casting
a lieam ol iilMH eigniy lticnes wine,
Mwliieli will pierce me iinrKUcss mr a
the ilnrkness lor
,l,oi,.,. ,,l loll miles u ill lie iilm-eil mm
,i, ,.,. f l,,,,t II. ,,..1 ul,i, l, ri.-s t,,
j ),,,,( j ...v, (,.,.t ,Ve sea level,
i . . : ,iiHtHt w ,W from I'orlland.
From the exposition grouinls lour
snow capped peaks, Mount Hood, Mount
Itanier, Mount St. Helens and Mount
Adams, can be seen on any clear day.
When the rays from the monster search
light on Mount Hood are directed upon
one of the other peaks, it will make the
mountain stand out in bold relief, its
every clelt and crag visible much more
clearly than iu the brightest sunlight
It is calculate:! that the Hash on .Mount
Hanier, which is Hit) miles from Mount
Hood, could be seen plainly on a clear
night from cities on J'nget Sound, such
as Seattle and Ta onni, and that vessels
! miles off the
oust could llliike out
i plainly the wide beam in the sky
I er ei ting the plans. In onler to secure
nillic cut power fur tlct light, a trans
li issteli In e ill have 1 i be built to a
point lieu i- Cloud Cup Inn, i,8lH) feet up
the mountain vile, and a temporary
gi nernt-1'g p'aiil installed nt this point.
I'lie e tn-lil glu i I lie placed mi a
sir i t " wi i i f wo- d and iron, erected on
ti.u 1 i t st p mil ol . b nut llonil. The
lower m i tt d.be used f..r Ihe apparatus
ai d ;
M i ni
Ih- i .
l -e m .
In u -
w i , oi
,1. .d .
As the tcinpe attt e on
v, ry night is far below
point, ttrratigcinciits will
at the i pi-riitors, snugly
I a-c ot ibe tower, may
1 1 aus-formei - and motors
inj themst Ives lo the cold.
. u :
i. t i
i i i w No
Fiiglnc far Sale.
Fruit Co. have h it iu
li St ckney three horse
i gine arranged for fast
suitable for pumping
ate- 1" "
puiposes or other
i sa c
simple slid easy to oper
at a liai'jHio. This is not
asicond-liai.d, cheap affair. 1'riee. tl75
SMITH IS MAN
HOME PEOPLE INDORSE HIM
Clticns Tliroiiirhniit the Stale Anx
to Vole for II in lias livery
The (ilacier's mention of E. L.
Smith fur the republican nomination
for governor in l'.KMi, has met with
universal endorsement throughout
Oregon, and particularly among the
pimple of Hood Kiver, tho homo of
Mr. Smith ti e last quarter-century.
Speaking of Mr. Smith's possible
candidacy for governor, Major J. S.
t -:i-t ,
Hon. . L. Smitti.
The Penple's Choice for Governor of Oieirun.
lioiith. out) of tin rustling young bus
iness men of this city said:
"Tho mere mention of his uiune in
connection with tho olllce scorns to
immediately arotiso u spontaneous ex
pression of 'He's just the man frr
the place. '
I have tallied with a number of prom
inent men from dill'erciit parta of the
state, Nome of whom by tho way were
democrats, and the one opinion seems
to bo that he would poll u vote three
times that of any other man iu the
state and that his nomination would
be equivalent to un election.
"Mr. Smith has every qualification
necessary to 111! the olllce with digni
ty and distinction, and would bring
to it in 1 in i n is;! rut i v o ability that has
coiiiti of a snccosstiil Imstncss career,
"His knowledge of agricultural and
In nit cult n nil mutters places him at
once close to the farming community.
"Ho seems to be a happy medium
iu tho republican political family and
geographically speaking can be classed
us a Western Oregon man us well as
from llaateru Oregon.
" F.veryt hing considered 1 believe
ho is the one mini who can without
the least doubt retrieve tho republi
can banner for his party."
WILL ELECT SMITH
Wo notice that Hon. M. L. Smith
of Hood Kiver persists that I o is not
n candidate for governor. Hveryhody
knows that he is not. Such men are
never candidates. He is not a politi
cian, and only politicians become
candidates, lint wo expect the peo
ple of Oregon to issue a draft for Mr.
Smith next spring and elect him gov
ernor in spite of all his declinations.
Wlcit nu innovation it would be for
us to set aside the ring and elect such
a man as chief executive ! And what
an Honor to our near oiu suite.
Wonlil he Honor to Any Slate.
( ieoigo 1. Crowcll, the pioneer mer
chant, has known Mr. Smith since
ImT'J, when ho was a resident of Olyin
pia. Mr. Crowcll believes Mr. Smith
should be made Senator rather than
governoi.biit iu either position he de
clined Mr. Smith would be an honor
to ( Iregon.
"lam afraid it will be a dillleult
matter to indiico Mr. Smith to permit
his nitiiie to bo used for governor, but
there is no one who would feel more
grutilled than I at seeing him gover-
j nor of our state," remarked .ir.
Try Hie I'arutlise Laundry.
Tlie l'uriidisc laundry oilers yon the
I following prices: Face cip lains, "()( to
Toe: cotton and woolen buinkcls, L'lic to
,r(tli-; carpets, Ulc a yard, three yards for
li'ie; rugs, lilt- a yard; bed ticks; woclcii
Now that spring is here and lcuts.--cleaning
time is on, don't wear yours. -il
nut doing such work on the old-fa Ino,,
nl washlioard. Iliingtlie goods In the
1'aradise laundry, where better work is
done at small Cost.
(il.KN FAIilUCK, l'rop.
Fnrgcl A hunt Your Mo iiach.
If your digestion is hud the vital
otg ins of jour lady are no nd and
in. lushed 'as they should be. I hey
grow uali t.ud invite diseiee. Kintal
iys p p int meiligests wlial you eat,
ct'r 8 iinlii'i sti ill ai d all stomach
tioiil Its. Von fiugct you have a stom
al II from the Vi ry ib y you la-gin tak
ing it. TIi'h ' lac use H gets a rest
icciipt rues mid giatlually grows so
sir nig and henltby that it troubles you
no loot' . Sold by U. FI. Williams.
( aril nf Thanks.
The relatives of ( irand ma Clark take
this means of thanking their friends
and the old neighbors for the mauy
courtesies shown at tho time of her
funeral. NKWTON CLARK,
W. L. CLAKK.
lilue Vitrol at Clarke's 7c a pound.
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