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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1905)
HOOD RIVER, OREGON, MAY 4, 1905.
Hood RIVKlt Lulxil-: Nn. 1U", A. F. and A.
A. M. .Meels Mmm -ho- evening cm or before
each lull moon. Dumas IHti.f.k, W. M.
A. D. Miiis, Hivrrltirt.
HOOD ItlVKllCIt AITKIt NO. 87. H, A. M
Meuls ilrst uuil Hi i t Kihtny nlKhuof each
HlUlltll. h, tllANUl.KR, H. F.
A. 1. Mok, Secretary.
Doon KIVKK CIIAITIIK NO. as, O. K. 8.
Me.ts smiiel ami ioiiriii Tu.s(lay evening
oleucli mouth. Vish.im rordml'y weleoitiwl.
.M KS. I. I,. IIKIISIINKH, W. M.
MltS. TllF.KK.SA I'ASTNKIt.lSti ri'tHI'y.
IDI.IOWll.DK l.olMiK NO. 107, I. O. O. K.
Meets in Fraternal li.ll, every Thursday
infill. M. UANI.Ell, N. O.
H. C. Smith, Secret nry
KHK.N KNCAMI'MKN I', NO. 48, I. O. O. K.
Hi niilur ini-cilnt; second ii ml fourth Monday
l each inoiitli. I.. 1C. Moksk, C. f.
II It. KM'Klt'AN, '-Villi,'.
LMlKKI.liKKKIv.WI liKi.KKK I.ODGKNO.
M, 1. o. o. h. -.Metis Ural and third Fridays
In each mo:iIh.
M i:s. K. W. Vdki.l, N. G.
Mas Doha Tiiomsiin. hecrclury.
VAMCOMA liOIHiK NO.'SO, K. OK P.
M lu K. ol I'. Ii.nl every l iiemlay n.ght.
V. U. Hkock, U. C.
II. T. IikWitt, K. or it. and 8.
Hi KID KIVEIUAIU'
Meets. 111 K. ol 1'.
V. U. DAKIN.Cldk
NO. 7,702, M. W. A.
..ill every WedntMday
L'iias. Jon uh, V. U.
HOOD It IV Kit (.'AMP, NO. 770, W. O. W.
Mei'lH mi llri nu I iiiinl Tuesday of each
lIlOlllll ill Odil I'VltO.Vn' 1111,1.
F. II. Ul.AGG.C. C.
II. W. Wait, He k.
HOOD ItlVKKCIU I I. NO. 624, WO.MFNOF
Woiiili rali-.Mi i is at K nt I', hall on the
llisturid Third r mm ol each inoiitli.
I.KMiKA HTl II K, li. N,
NKI.l.IE HUI.MJWT.I.I., Clerk.
HIVKUNlllRUMMiKNO. liN A. O. U. W.
AlieU liist and tin. i Mitnnlays of each
loonlll. I . 1.. col'I'l.K, M. W.
K. It. 1IKAIH.KY, Kllln lie cr
CIIKSTKK Silll'lK. Iln ill 'irr.
KlVKIlMlDK oiRi.: NO 40, DKIiltliE Or?
Honor, A. O. I,'. W. Metis first oud third
.suliiruajs at s i. in.
ill. t'OllA t'ori'i.t, (J. of II.
Al iss t'AituiK Cocci. K, Hecorder.
Oiilil.IlOF W AM UNO ION 111X)D HIVER
l.ln. in No. 142-.M. (is in K. of F. hall the
second and luiiriu mo unlays in eacli luonlti
ut 7:.'i0 p. in. K 1.. Koou, President.
V. U. 1'AKIN, Hecri'lmy.
UI.KtXa U.Y NO. UU, UNITE!) ART-
i-mis. .U. o. ;ne lirsi, rind third Wednes
days. w,,ik: nntil ami loiirth Wednesdays
Al'IISHIIs iniil. J. it. kobkhu, M. A
(.'. I). iIkmii it, Seen tin y.
tlill ltT ii' Ol- l;l Kit NO. 42. FORF,STKKH
nl A i in n. n, Alt i is second and fourth Mon
days in eiuii in hi h in K. l I'. hall.
Uko. K. Sonukr, C. K.
K. ('. llHOSIl'S. r.
L'ANIIV 1'OhT, w .il.tl. A. R.-MEETM AT
A. o. U. W. Ii il1. M'liind and lourth Satur-
clu.vsor each ni l tli nl 2 o'clock p. III. All
it. A. K. intni". invited to meet with uh.
A. i. 1'iiKi.ra. Coniiiiauder,
Thomas (loss, a iji
CANliV w. It. i'..
mid loiitth .sati.i
o. U. . Iiall in
I.l.,ir. (4 kb, Hec.
. I) MEETS HEUOND
ol each Month lu A.
Aiccts at the K.
lounli Fridays i
: r; CAMP NO. MM, R. N. A.
i. c. liail on the secoud and
i r.,rll mouth.
M l:S t'AHUIK BHOSICS, O.
.Mils. Em.a Hakin, li colder.
W'ai sa Temi'i.k No. li. ltiillibo I'd HiVr"
.Mccis sccon slid loin Hi Tliui. yj feach
llllllllll. AMI WIIITKHK C-(,,C.C.
hTKI.I.A UlC'lI.,KliSo, M. Ol H. ft "V '
DR. W. T. ROWLEY,
I'll VSICIAN, SUIUiKON, OCCULIST
(Itlli e In
ll' Sidciice phone Wi3.
J. F. WAXr,M. D.
rilYt-lCIAX AM SL'KGKON.
Tolei'lu. lies: ofllcc, 2M: ic.idciice, 811.
M liUEON O. 11. ,V N. Co.
KS. .VARY JOHNSON, M. I).
Physicia.i and Surgeon.
Olllce.4 aim ILc.-l.
Over r'liM N
n ... in K. I,. Hiulth lliilldlng
. i.in.K. Eiiirancc, rear
k. on i hud M.
' e oil.
II. L. 1 JMBLE.
CuMm iroinll j 1 1 w i
i. M. F. ulittW.
: il in town or countiy,
nee, til I: Olllce, 013.
oitU-e i i
Grinl utile v.i "
llroHius ! ir
in Hclio il ol Osteopathy,
onini- u mid 7. Tel. 1083.
A. F. ROWLEY,
),li .-'In :he Smith llulldini,'. PiioueUtil.
(J. ii. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Hpccialist on Crown a . , ork.
Telephones: oili'v, lesluenee, W.
OiMeeowr litmk liu. ilxnl Kiver, uio.
E. H. HART WIG,
LAW 1 Ell.
Will i'ractico in All Courts,
t'lliee w i rh (itt. 1). Cuhivi tM)u A o.
JuCllOllH, AIJ.iLI'uCLft, hcttltMllL-Ut O I - Id ii A.
iluOii iavi:u. Ott .
lOHN l.K.LANI) HENDEtv.
AlTORNEY-AT LAW. ABSTRACTKB, rl
1ARY PI' BUG and REAL
For 28 yra realdent of Oregon and Waah
Irrton H had many yeara experience in
,i al Kaiate maiieri, a abatractor, searcher ol
title and utul. satiifaclion guarantead 1
A ; gtratta Furnished. Money Loaned.
Hood IiiTer, Oregon.
p C. BR0S1US, M. D.
' I II YPICIAN AND SURGEON.
'l lione Central, or 121.
Offce Hours: 10 to 11 A. M. i I to I
and 8 to 7 P. M.
r .. HiN l..l!i;F.lt SHOP
HAYS ES 4 GREY, i'aon.
1 he platv to gn an eaay ahare, an np-to-dat
usir cut, aud io enjoy the luxury f a aoroalala
'HE O. Z. ItAKBER SHOP
I u'-dl 1". Prop- between J. K. Raod'a
. d t. C. rln! t'. Strictly drat claae. Satla
rac inn gtiarante d.
rCBEKA MEAT MARKET,
Mct.riRE BROS, Prep.
Dealer In Frcih and Tured Heat, lard,
foultry, Frult and Vegetable.
NLkB liELlYtKY. PHONI
Arrival and heuarliire of Mail.
The poatofrlce In open dally between 8 ni.
and 8 p. ni.; Sunday Irom 12 I o 1 o'clock. Molls
for the Kant clone at 11.20 a. in., 8.20 p. m. and
y p. m.; for the Went, at 2.40 p. ni and p. in.
The carriers on K. K. 1). route No. I and t
leave the poHtofftee at 8.30 a. m. Mall leaves
For MU Hood, dally at 12 m.: arrive 10.20
For Underwood, Wash., at 12 m Tuesdiiy,
Thumday and Saturdays; arrives same days
at 11 a. in.
For White Balmon, Wash., dally at 12 m.;
arrive at 11 a. m.
For Hood River, dally at 9 a. ni.: arrive at
For lluiinm. Trout Ijtke and Ouler, Wash.,
dally at 7.)a. in.; arrives 5 p. m.
For (ilenwiHHl, Fulda and (Jilmer, Wash.,
daily at 7.30 a. in.; arrives at 5 p. in.
For I'lne Flat and Hnowdeu, Wash., at 1 p.
m. Tuesday and Saturdays; arrives same
days at 12 m.
For Hluiicn, dally at 4.45 p. m.; arrives at
8 4,; a. m.
0. It. &
K. TIME TABLK.
No. 2, t'hlcaito Hpeclal, 11:48 a. m.
No. 4, Hpokane Flyer, 8:40 p. in.
No. 8, Mall and Express, 10:40 p. in.
No. 24, Way Freight, 12:15 p. m.
ro. a. run Freight, 1:00 a, m.
No. 1, Portland ftpeelal. 2:M p. m.
No. 8, Portland Flyer, 6:3H a. in.
No. 5, Mail and Express, 4:48 a. m.
No. 2.1, Way Freight, :25 a. m.
No. 56, Fast Freight. Ii06 p. ill.
amd Union Pacific
3 Trains to the East Daily
Through Ptlllmnn standards and toorUI
sleeping earn dally In Omaha. Chicago, Hk
ksne; tourist Bleeping cars dally to Kansas
Ity: through Pullinsn tourist sleeping car
ipersonsally conducted) weekly to Chicago.
Reclining chair cars (seats free) to the East
:16 a. m.
slt lAke, Denver,
Ft. Worth, Omaha,
Kama City, 81.
Bait Lake, DenTer,
Ft. Worth, Omaha,
Kansaa City, St.
Walla Walla, I,ewia
ton, Spokane, Wal
Paul, Duluth, MU
:!(. i. m.
KtUl ASTOItlA and 8:00 'P. M.loMlO P. M
way points, conneetlngi Dallv I Dallv
with steamer Air II acoj exivpt except
and North llesch steam-i Hunduv, Hunday
er HasMilo, Ash street Hatunliiv.
dock (water per.)
FOR Dayton, Oregon
City and Yamhill Itiv
7:t) A. M
5:: P. M,
er points. Ash street
dock (water per.)
FOR LEW IS TON, 4:00 A. M.
Idaho, and way points,. Mondav,
from Ulparla, Wash. Wedn'd' y
5 00 P. M.
A. L. CRAIO.
Ceneral Paaaanf r Agant, Portlaa. Or
T.J. KINNA1RD. Areut. Hood River.
YOU ILL BE SATISFIED
WITH YOl'K JOURNEY
If your tickets m il nverthe Denver
and Kin Uruinl - Kailrnaii, the
"Scenic Line of the World,"
There ore so many scenic attractions
and points or in 'crest alone the line
between 0; ' n and Penver that
the trip nr r U'comes llrvsoiiie.
If yon are going Enst, write for infor
nulion and get a nietty hook that will
' II yon all about it.
IV. C. McKKIDF, General Agent,
124 Third Street,
"U. JONES, Dentist
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plates.
Treatment of diseased teeth and gums.
Office Brnsitis Ruildinjr. Phone 1091.
Hood River Strawberry
oc Citrar. Then try an "It. ami II.''
For "ale by all dealers.
( i n.VX ( HUH I AITORY,
W, IllverSI. IIAMKI, H. H KMMKKU I'rop.
M. E. WELCH,
THE VETEUISAUV SURGEON'.
Is preparerl to llo any work In Ilie veterin
ary line. He can be found by callinn at or
pboning to Clarke dniK alore.
Up over 'Spot Cash Corner Grocery
K 1. MmiTh,
K. O III, A NI'H A B
The First National Bank
OF Hool) KIVEK, OHIOOON.
Capital ami iSnri'liis, i:!0,()0(l.
Kslablished June I, l-.ml.
P. M. HALL-LEWIS
Civil and Architectural Engineer
Office, Second Ht., n.ljoining Wauconia Hotel.
Kesldence alter Apul 1st, Country club lun.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
JOSEPH A. WILSON
Developed Water Power
for sale. Parties desiring pmver for
manufacturing purposex will !o will to
write to him.
R. P. ORR,
Hrick-work, l'liistciino- m nl
STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
HOOD RIVER, OREOON.
S. H. COX
Plahs and Estimates Fdkibhd.
J F. STRANAHAN,
Of 25 yeare' experience. Will lor-
nlsh plns and ipeoiHratioiiB lor an
kinds of buildine. Btrictly up to date.
Located at Hood Kiver.
E. A. SOULE.
Plans and Estimates Furnishfi.
Upon Api-mcation. ril
FREDFRICK A ARNOLD,
Estimates lurniphsd onsll kimlsot work
1li,iniu- Arnold, Main SS.
JIOIlt-N. rrnlprli-k M.in-xn
F. W. PRIBNOW,
Carpenter & Builder
KstiniHten eheernilly lurnished,
1'Ihiik and Specification! furnished.
All work promptly and carefully attended to.
Hood River, Ore.
BELIETJ & SANDERS,
Sli- I'l.A N8 A Nil KHIIMVI'KM Kf KMSII K.ll "
SIMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
lliM-iiralivf I'liliilini: iiii.I I'lipi r Ihiniriiik'
I'Iiiiih fiirninlieil. KKtimuti'H riiie-
HOOD HIV Kit, OliKliOX.
FRAZIER & SON,
Flue uuil Fireplace Work a specially.
HOOD RIVF.H, OliFCON.
11 TT.I . m
English Walnut Tre es ;
(T Ml rI-NU Kiut I", Hf.-l mill MII'll H- I
rletlett. Alnindtml n'iirerK Ht ejirly nije. They j
thrive in Oregon. We eiin tell you hII ithmiL ;
tbein. V) lie lor eHhtlutiiie mid liitonnutiori. !
BROOKS & SONS, ;
Walnut Ki'fxrrymvn. Ciirlton, Ort .
Hood River Marble WorRsi
m iii-i.Tiiii'i.il i,x i.v,.-iit,i :
I'" I " " '
all erdnix for granite nnd
marble work, n.onui.H.nls,
Also con tr; i ft for nl! kinds
of stone masonry, con
Bargains in Real Estate.
1. ,'!-rooin bou-e, lot lilthluO,
sitoHschool lions,'; S'lihtlv loc.tiou
cheap. iet our price.
i!. 4 room Ii. use, two lots 3n.xl:i
u p po
each, city water; three blocks
slieool house; pleas ml I c.ti
3. 10 acn s nood nppl" ami st't.w bet ry
land, (our ai res cleated, IL'.") Iri.it irees,
one acre str.iw In n ie, l-ui' m boiie,
well, a'alile, wood sin .1 no, I p-.ek-inn
house and cinekeu hn.se
4. 5-rooiii bouse, brow of bill, ov.r
iiHikinn Columbia, one block from liijjh
scli.sil liuililliin, noo.i we l ami Ity j
watrr; large wood hous. ; j.,. . chicken i
house; lot .VlxbK); .r it .lesiic.l, lot;
S. tl-room bouse, line lo. aiion, over-1
lis, king the C olumbia. i'Hio
(i. hour fine lots for 1 T-" (
$l V)eueh, Is low brow of hill
ing the Columbia.
icli, 4 for )
flood River i
Real Estate & Exchange Co.
Hood River, Ore.
I will give leward of 5f.l for the arrest nnd
convieti.in of party or parties wlin mxlicloii.
ly attempt.',! to dmtmv my .Iwelliinj in are,
and atole my goisks. F. (.. stnart, ll.sid liiv
er, or. - utj
(Tin.hpr Lund A-t .luni'M, s.s i
NOTK'K FOK l'lT-MCATUiN
tniti"d fitatee Land Ortiiv. Tin' Wv. (n-vn.
February t, lt5."NoUPe . ; ht-reby kiv.-o that u,
(-nipiiance with the p.tivp pin f ihein-i ft'
trrews of Junett, 1S7K. en! 'i "An iu-l fur ;Ih
sale of timber lands in tli Suites if ralifnrma.
OivirTon, Nevada and Wn;-limKtim Ternbtry,"
extemitHt to all the I'ubhc i-nt Suit's hy ut-l ut
AuRut 4. lMti,
of Ibx-atl Kivir. county of V :-(, State ( Ortytm,
has this day tiled in this ri;u'" ins wurn stu'vtin'tu
No li-l7F. for the j;urchne -tf i ne N W , ami
F,l&S W4 of Seetion N-. T. in Towuslup No I
North. Knnire No. luM. W. M . and will mlVr
pnof to show that the Uo l MiiiK-ht is mure val
uable for itH timber or than fr avrritult
ural purposes, and to ehl -.ii.-ii Ins claim in said
land U-fore the Ketcister & d Ktveu'emf thi.sothee
at The Dalies. Oregon, o. the liuh iav of .May,
tie nameR as Witneneri: J)a id slate, of llunil
River, Oretfonr, J. M. i.f lUi Uiver,
Onvn, C. A. Hell, of Kiver. Ortvon.
Any and all perwona elaintitiK adveively the
above-dencribed lunds arc iijuetit.il to tile their
claims in Uiis otliee on or before said lifth day of
mSAnll MICHAEL T. NOLAN. Register.
PepHrtment oflhelnterb :
I'liiled Htatet Land uilb e,Tlif Dulles, Oreirmi,
April IS, I1KV -Notice in lu ivhy irien Hint the
lot Uwiiij-it anted 'U ler hut rib d not ire ol hi
Intention to iiiukp final prnut m Mihpottoi
Iiik clHiin, and that sun! pro t will be mmh
before the KeulcterMnd lteeei ei al The ha He,
Oregon, tm Mav 2t, I'.HCi, vi.;
JOHN Ali.MSI KHN(i.
of Moater. (rreyt)n, H. K. No. t,v:i foi the Ni;4
S;'4, NK4 SW4 Hlld H VI4 i,f S.rlloii.Ki.
Tou iiNbip 2 North, Kntt.c II l.ust. V. M .
He naine-4 tlio fid lowing wit neve to
prove his conttiitmiiN retdi nee up m uml rul
ttvation ol satd hind, vi.: ..Mm Kvanv. i'.iiI
J. f'redei'leI!ion,ThoniiiM I li'im ji!:,-ru, ( 'luu 'u
Bennett, nil of Mot-ier, f tiim,
MK'HAKI, t Nul.AI., UeL.b r.
n 2t nils
ADMIMSTKATuli s SAI.K.
Notice is hereby jrivnn ti. l under ami in I'tin-u-an
of an order of the Cou.it 'mirt uf the State
of Oretron for the Counly uf Vas-u, inaJeori .he
6th day of July, IftM. tho underMKiied. wUu-. .:
tratorof the estate vf Johr. Murphy, decea I.
on Friday the 12th day T , Ijh;'i. at I he h ;r
of one o'clock p.m., at tho t'.miity cmiit hn . e
dour in Dalles City, in Wa-en ( 'unity. Onven. 11
sell at public auction the A)iiiuinK (icenhed il
estate belonHint? to the evaie of t-aid di'i : ea i,
to-wit: The south half ot' 'hi- nwihea.t 1,1:1 : 1
and tho north half of t -.- mum heart ia: r
of section eleven, in low ,-in. une mi to, ta ,e
ten east, W. M.
I The terms of said sale ' ii
I selhnR price, cash in hand a
. i" I.,
r ut .1
.it) per cent m one year tnen
in two years thereafter,
cent per annum on said dei r
Said sale will hi made mi.
by the Court.
Dated al IKtod River, )
March, liHtO. (;...
.1 p,i nn'iih;.
j.'i'l hi i-cnlinnii'
"11. tlii.s Till liny ,
Niri'K'K R)R l'l I'lJCATION
I)il.!irtmt'i,t uf the Intrl ,.m . I,;un! Olli.-i' at 'I'!
Oallw. Onvun. March 13, .
Nntu e i.s ht'ivlty K'ivun ll.:il
settli-r Ims tiliil notice ol' I;.
filial proof in Huport of hi-'
Will lio ma.il' iH'I'.rc (iw. '1'
missioiK'r. al inn ullice it. li
May Uril. l'.i.ri. vi?.:
II! 11 nil. ,11 In in;, I
ii.!). :uM unil pr.K.f
I). C -
r. Oil' . mi
IK1VVKI.I, M. MI'"!
of Hooii Kivor. (';(!R.m, on I
W'j N V'., Si.'i- '.ill ami W
Tp. 2 North. Kaiwe II E.. "
He t'ltiiK'H the followiti''; .
contir.uous ii-widi ni-t1 uiw",
;4M, for Hi,
Sl'Ct Kill 1 l'
j lanii.viz: ,. - to;, t 'anir ,.
I.. H l'ir,?(.p nr-' i((.4 i
r,iLMaJ7 MH'IIAl;l,T. Ndl.AN
. lu risu r.
NOTICK KOI! ITr.U!
Depart iiH-nl of the in', rior, I,aa 1 Oil. i'
flalU's, (lii-iro.i. Marrh II. I'hi:,.
Nolk-t'is lu ri'hy iriven ihal Ha' following
st'ltU-r has lik-il nolit'i' his innnlii n t.
a I Tin
tinal proof in Nuppoi ( of Iiih claim, arai llial saul
pl'uif will Ik- inuile lief.. . llco. T I'ra li.'r. II. S.
OoniniiHsioiii'r, at hia ..Hu e in Uo.-il Hiu-r, - , oil
May Sri. liHa. via:
JAMl: : H l(Kl:s.
of Mt. llooii. Orciton, ot, II. E. K1..I. fr il. . W1 ,
of Soction 17. I'p I N.ailh. Uamio In K., VV. M.
Hi' naim'rt llic f.Jlowna' witla'as.-s toproxo Im.
continuous nwakurv upon ami mllivation ,.f sai.l
lanii.viz: lii nry.l. IJroll, .lohn II. ('.roll'. William
I., lluckalii'y and KiihscI llobin, ull of Mi. II..., I,
mZMrt MICHKM. T. NOLAN. IK-kisKt.
NOTK'i: loii ITlil.R'ATInN.
Iii'l'iirlhii iit i .f tin. lui. i liir; I., ml ollh'i', Tin'
Ilulloa, (iK'non pril la, Pill , Notice i-lu-ii'liv
Iflven til I Hie lolli'H illL'-llallll'li settler lilt's
11 led tiollee ..I l,l intention io make tl mil
pliiol in -iipportol hi., ela.ni, mill thai saul
I'liiof will he in:, lie l .imv (ieoru'i' T. I'rallier,
lliit.il .--t a ti s I '. ni i li i i.si . iiicr, a I Hon. I Uiver,
I iri'tfon, on ,1 nne :i pm ,
IIKNItY .1. UKol'r,
"f Mon:i! II I. Illeeoti. llnnieKteail I nliv
No. s;l:l. lor Hi.. NV , Kietlnii 17, T..wnslii,.'
1 South. in.'.- in KiikI, Wlllnnieile M, -i nn in
Hen. lhe lolloKins; wilnesses lo pnne
Ills conliiieouv re.-lilepce up,, i, anil cultiva
tion of suhi laml, iz : .lioncK It. Hees, ltll--eli(lohln,
.Mary. .11 S-henrer, nlnl W illiam 1,.
lluekaliay, all ol M.iiint llouil, i ire". in
MICIIAI'.l, T. N.il. S.
l Pianos, Omans, "Cocilian" I'iano 1'lav. is. all
j Kinds of small inst rumen!, s, Sheet niu.ne, sOii.na
' i'. cm anu eneapes. iioiih.. in the state. I .
L-;m!)u.l-,( i-i.m.ANu mi:. o,,e
leounty wiirrt.nls reyisiereil pil.ir
I'm... will he 1 . 1 1 1 1 nn i,i,. i
to March l.
Hi my olllce. Interest eeasi's aller Manilla
I"1'- Al. .. IIUNNKI I,.
iH l oi t ti t y Trea sit I'er
W. E. PENNELL,
11 '''' Dour Xr,,,is, Wi,ln
lint I),,,,, ;;....
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Timber and Homestead
I have f,,r Io.
anil liuiip'i- ela
laml to SCi'tl(.
W.i. F. RAM).
Hood Kiver, Ore.
Res. I I,
For Irrigation of City Lots
is ipsii f..
lOilM be ',,'li at t
lll W .'er Co w
-prinkhp . We .
j lillir becail'-e It is I be onlv
w Inch we agr. e I., Ini nidi
grttion Itev.ar.' o' the i:
wrei.cii li t!.i- ' is in
.( al. r foi' irri
an with Hi.
ri.e l.ed, llke-
wise the proper time
to spl illkle ii
-id. "o i f i. ut the
ets hum. 1 below
hours of o and 1 1
ttli fide I'. tWI'l ll
o.bia, Kiver, Oak
Sherman and llit-
Consumers w h-.s" t,
I south shies i.f I !i. :-' ;.
I W ill nr l'kle be! .'1 11
; a. in ; tli'.M' . a i t.e n
nn't '.I p i:i ; (
, and State sii'eet-, ai d
Xi'l nv.-pii, s.
j In case of a'ann of li'e all Fpriukliug
should be stopped pi inptlv.
I K. li. (iOFF, Mr.
TO HOOD RIVER
PROL'D TO BE "JUST AS GOOD"
Ili'Vi'lnpini'iit l.ouirui- .Mt'cllnif Was
rand Siutcss l.nrirt'st llili'ira
ifuliiin Caint from Here.
Ilooil River had the linvest del.va
tion at the meetliiK of the Oregon l)e
velnpiiHMit leiiKtie lust week, Portland
not HtTepted. The visitors from thin
ity went on a special car, and landed
i here T.'i stroiiK. They fairly took tho
lown hy storm, and were the chief
.'eaturos of the convention.
Kvorest's hraaa hantl of l'J nieces met
-no jioo.i uiver contingent at the
tTnion Depot. S. K lllythe, as mar
Iml of the day, fornietl the deleKiites
into a coliinm, and a two ahreast the
parade extended a distance of nearly
two lilocks. I oiiiniissioner Ililihard.
dx feet four, lend the procession with
t I 'tin n er announcing that the Hood
Kiver l'ie. t i :cial club had come to
town. illi tl e hand dispensing mar
tini music, tie iiriido went up Sixth
ti-eet In l!ie 1'erkiiiH hotel, where
ilie di'liyi.tis secured rooms, mid
formed into line i Knin for the inarch
town Wn.-liiiinton to Third: up Third
to .Mori im ii, then vent on Morrison to
l he Mai . i n tinnd theater.
Crowds unti'i ie.1 in the sij.nvalks
to see tl'e Ih i d Kit! r deieiites with
tlieii- i!ll!iulie l.n.tm's and canvas
helmets. Km h i; i.n carried an apple
tree stalk and in;, ::y wore apple lilos-
"oin dei nintii i s on their hats,
Hie Hood l.iu i i !i R'uhI ion reached
'. I e com. i.tinn hn:i lomptly at the
" : oinli d Ikipi, uijd was the ilrst
! re. Sr: 'e.l in ti e penpiet, the ap
I :o kinjrs liiiid I'.'Hiiy the (.ntire
i : Idle s. ct ii n.
' Vilnius' "I in it it k, "decorated with
t. les and fruit lilussoms, wbh a iven
I i oininenf iiisiti.n on (hostage with
i - diitiiitaries and oilieers of tho con
t . ..( ion.
Other di le(;nt ions were soon at
hand, a huyo aKrei;iii ion from Inde
pendence Mini .Monmouth inarchinu
into the hull with a hrass hand,
t he menihers from l'olk wore strea.n
'is of royal blue rilihon, inscrilied
in letters of Kilt, "l'olk, the ISluo
Kilihon County." This county ha? for
t luce con-ecutive years won the blue
rilihoii for a coiinry display at the
slate fair at Salem.
1'ieinlent K. I,. Smith culled the
ireetine; In order, and introduced
(iovernor (leotLie K. Chamberlain. who
welcomed the delegates in the spirit
i f nuitud OrFKon. The governor
could not refrain from extending
Hood River a compliment mi her lii
led apples. Mr. Smith responded to
the address of welcome. His speech
teemed with ncms of oratory and
was '.varmlv complimented.
C. V. (ialloWHy, superintendent of
the slide exhibits of horticulture) and
agriculture, graven business-like talk
on tho selection of exhibits for the
Lev. is and Clink exposition. The
people of On vol. are helping to pay
for the exposition anil should reap tho
results, as the theme of Mr. (iallinvay's
Mr. Calloway appealed to the vari
ous counties, in orejunizin their ex
hibits, to expend their main slrene;t,h
on the best possible show of chief
products of the county; this not
only as t he path of wisdom, but of
honesty. Nut displays of phenominal
K'l'ov th or beauty, but of averano ex
cellence, should lie the rule.
Mr. Vuwter presented a well w l itten
address sett inn forth the possibilities
uuil resources of the Koue Kiver
country, at. the close of which a llasli
liodtt photouraph of the convention
was taken, ami I lie deleales tiled out
of tho 1 1. enter. .Meet inns in the after
noon were held in sections the Wil
Inn ette valley league, the Kood loads
adherents and the fruit men talking
together for mutual Lonellts.
In the evenine; tho visitois wereten
ih led a reci'pt ion at the alters of
t he ('emmerciiil club. Thursihiy niorn
inn, the ci.nyentioii convened anain.
There were several addresses, reports
of progress from the dill'erent com
mercial clubs of the state, and ad
journment without tho election of
otlioers, a shrewd move on the part
of Fditor llonnett of the Irriiron Irri-
HKtor for tho re-election (if the ores- i
lent olticials of the leaKiio. !
i That arternoon the dehWites were :
taken to the Lew is and Chirk 1)V . i . :
ti,. o-r,wls ll,.r.. ( l. .i..,. .,,1 1 1, 1
'build inns, drifted back to the city
mid the nrenler nnjorilv loliiruod
i home on tlie early even inn train, wi
n.-tislled that the Development Iciiiiuo
ipeetieg was a complete success.
It. ke t the returning delegates busy
all the next day telling their friends
nl . ut, the meeting, and how every
body there talked about Hood liiver.
lielegiitcs From Ilooil Itlvcr.
The tli-l i-ij :tti-- from Hood Kiver to the
I lew lopinciit Fcnioie convention were:
A. I .M.i-oii, A (. I-1 tni, O. II. (iiay,
II C. Smith, M. M b'u-sell F. Toinp.
kin-, ti ('. I'.rock, F. N. Ill.the. .1. U.
Niekelson, .1. F. Itatchehler, (ie i-e T.
I'ra'liet, A. S. Illowel'S, F. C. deildls,
F. H. II nrieh, F. ('. Miller. C. I. Kotf-
well, .1 F. ( ailer, II. F.
Ha'. i l-"ii,
.1 , I i l i 'in III
liaii. F. Ol
11. F. Iti'lieii iiinl w iie, Hos
tile! wile, S. F. Young, A.
A Wiiians, ,1, F. Slrana-
iiidler, ( i. .1. ( ie-sling and
e, A. A. .layiie, A. T. HeWitt, II. F.
is -, M M. Hill. C. F. .ill.t it and
",i H . o.l w ort h, .billies 1, 'icy, S.
birlioiss, r, K. Cu-tner, F. N. Sew
n, ( i. urge J. SIociiiii, .1. It. .lacksoil,
O :. n, I .
( T. I
an. I w ii
s. n iie-i
v i; i.
arlv ami w ife, ( I. F. Williams
, li." I.. Smith, T. I'.titler, Hr. W.
in, M. A . .h ues, .1 . A. Slrana
F. 1'hnk, II F llaviilson, W.
s, II .1. Hi'. bard, (i. V. Tom
mi. . .1 . Wilson, S. F. lllythe,
t-e and wife, W. Koss Winans,
se, F. ( I r.l.uiehar, Frank I a-
p ri. I. . Hiower, S. F. Fonts, W.
ullliore, S .1. FaFlaliee, ,I.T. l!lg
l. i: an Smith, C. F. Mark ham and
nisi two wortls
'marked one of tin;
i ' w - pa j ' r reporters, "and they were
'II .. ,1 li ver ' "
Fvervl.o.lv ha, I a Ism.piet or br'ckbat
f r 11,,'d Kiver. i
.1 M. I'.iferso'i was telling how phot- j
.i. ltke Tin- H.dles had risen from the
a-hes of iiianv tires, ended up with the
remark: ''Why, The Pa'les is the
county cent of Hood Kiver." It was two
minutes ls fore order could he restored
and the speaker peimitted to substitute
Year's l'rofrress ut II. mil Kiver.
A. A. .lavne.rep.etiin; la-t vear's prog
ress, said i he eit v ha.l i!i..wn from .Mil)
III 11KH1 to Jink l in llKI.".. Most of the new
people had cune iuiiii the Fast. There
is still koi id Ian. 1 that ean he bought at
from ,'tfl to fill an a. re. A new railroad
is Mne; built up Hood Kiver, mid a lL'V
harrel tlourini! null, operated by water
power, is to he cnlarp d. A J set wool
en mill is under cotisiileialion, the citi
zens haviiie; raised M.tHiil hist w eek to
secure this factory.
Fditor I'ennett of the Irrigator re
ported fur lrrieoti. Ilesnid
"A ycrtr ai;o Irrin'in ha t n windjam
mer named I lolbronk.ii Chinese ivk liy
Hie ntiiiie of Won l.nnir ami a yellow
do(. After the Irrigator came out,
Holhrook was nn liiinier needed; an O.
R. A train did away with the ih'k',
hut tne CTiinaniiiii is a ' irmul cook and is
still with us. Today we have .WO peo
ple, schools, churches, a fruitgrowers'
union and other thinsB, ainl we are do-
me splendidly. The town of lnk'nn
w ill, w ithiu LM months.
be as lai't;o as
1'ress Comments en Ilooil Kiver.
Hood Kiver coiiiilrv is nothini; it not
enlerprisiiiK. It sent 7f delegates to
the hitf Ifhizuo convention. They all
wore appropriate badges, curried a liiir
hunncrainl a "bin Hick" made Irom
one ol their celebrated apple trees.
Their delecjiil ion infused enthusiasm in
to the convention. With all these fads
before us it is not necessary to ask why
Hood liiver rountrv is coinim- to the
front so rapidly these days.
Felting Our l.ilit Shine. After all,
now perhaps this exceediiiL'I.V Hood rep
utation the Hood Kiver country has se
cliivd is dneas lllllell to the people of
that locality as to the advanlai;es of cli
mate ami soil. Those Hood Kiver peo
ple are t;reat advertisers. Though they
limy not let their left hands know what
their rijrlit hands tin, they are sure to let
all the rest of the world know. And thev
do thiinis as they oue;hl to he done.
i nev Keep iiicir orelianls clean, cull out
the poor 1 1 nil and keep it. at. home, pack
their fruit in tirMdass style, and then
put a bin brand on the box proclaiming
to the world that this fruit was crown
in the Hood Kiver vallev. All this is
right and proper, and il, pleases all Ore
lion tii l ave Hood Kiver receive the
credit it iloe for the surpassing quality
of its products
Hut, now, is it not quite nossihle t tint
there are other sections of Oretron wilh
sctircelv any outside reputation that
could do us well? Is it not possible that
nine other sections would produce just
as kk id apples If the trees ami fruit were
properly cared for? If I he people of
every other locality would take the pride
in their cominiiliity reputation that the
Hood River people do, wouldn't all Ore
iron have as (jond a name for fruit as
Hood Kiver has? The experiment mie;ht
lie worth trying. Let every coiiininnitv
adopt a distinctive n e (or its fruits,
allol'tliein emliiiL' with "Orciroii," and
let each community strive for suprema
cy. Then it w ill not he long before the
brand, "Oie.'ou" will lie synonymous
with "best" in all kinds o'f fruit pro
duels. Let us not lie hasty in coneiiiil
illi! that Hood Kiver's reputation is due
entirely to supei im ily of climate and
soil. The intelligence, enterprise and
tireless energy of the people count for
Talk County at the Convention
J 'A country is known by its products;
j its people by what they do. l'olk conn
I ty not a move on herself in atlendiiie;
I the state lleve'opeiiieiit l.eiitlle. The'
I fragrance of the hop vine and aroma
from the w heat Melds of l'olk were made
1 to blend with perfume from Hood Kiver
I apple blossoms. The Independence
j Mammoiilh and Hood Kiver showing
I curried of the palm at the State meet
lint.'. In hid. without l'olk lllld Ilooil
Kiver it . m til hardly have been sat. I
there was a I levelopcnicnt l.onnue meet
iiin. Fast year Hood liiver with her
celebrated apples came near liein the
w hole how. This year she was forced
to share honors with old l'olk, the Itlue
Kilihon county. On the Ilrst dav of the
convent ion I here w as a disposition to
concede evert tiling to Hood Kiver ami
ih 1 rates and I'ei.ortets had to he
T ' " u.'"n " ' ""
I .. . 1 I ..i : ,
e'l.ti'istiin .. o, a special car uecoruieu
'".''"'''n'n; fr-m Polk and mvintt h..i.,.
evnleiiec o I be j.iodticl iv liy ol the soil
'""i sauiiles of wheat, rye, hops, etc
roiK congratiMales ilooil uiver on lier
! exhibition of enterprise nml resources,
namely apples. Tlie apples sleiwn were
; line: the apple-tree brunches looked
j liea't y and clear of San .lose s.'B'e
i Hlld codl ill mot Ii. Hood Kiver made a
1 good show im; of w hat she has and it is
no relleelioii on that part of the country
that it did not show a diversity of prod
ucts etpml to l'olk. l'olk has twice tak
en the premium over the other counties
of tlie stale for the quality and diversity
; of products. Mohair, hops, tine sheep,
angora goat s. pure hied hogs, cattle,
: horse-, lumber, Hour, dairy products,
i prunes, pear-.. pearlies, FnglMi walnuts,
; poultry, ura in and grasses are some of
the products of t his county and the pos
"ih'lities of the soil have not yet been
exhausted. For a typical Oregon comi
ty, l'olk deservedly holds t he premium,
and her resources were not evagerateil
at I he meeting of the Stale I levelopment
FLOUR MILL STOCK
At i lie Stockholders mooting of the
lb o.l Civ r MilbiiL- Co. Inst Wednesday
il was voted to inereas the capital stock
".' io. tpsking the total capital stock
i.J.'ill'll The increase is to he used in
exieti'l pg t heir business.
A 'r So no from the W illamette val
l'V, who is a practical mill man, takes
tlie '.. liit.'io.l stock and will be the
fc.io.il iiiil'er Mr. Stone has a large
fan.i'v and will move to Hood Kiver as
soon us he can close up his affairs where
he now is.
Time Tried and Meril Proven.
One M i ii ut. Cough Cure, ia right on
""e when it comes to curing coughs,
croiil w hooping congh, etc. llisper-
I,''t;' ban , icas.i;it to take and is
' hril. lien's favortle cough syrup,
f4"1'1 ttl U' Williams' drug store.
STILL IN AIR
FARMERS FORM NO CONCLUSIONS
Fast Shlers l iuleclileil Whellicr They
Want Walcr r ot- lloniliiis Idea
.Makes no 1'roirrrss,
l'ifty Fast Side fanners met at Pine
irove school house hist Friday ninht,
m i .'l'icn . no report oi ine commiltco
appointed to doviso plans for straight
ening out. the water tangle, dis
charged tho coinuiiltee, listened to
testimonials concerning the merits
and demerits of irrigation for or
chards and field crops; elected a com
mittee of three to shape matters for
a bonding district; took a straw vote
on the bonding proposition and ad
journed without date, leaving tho
matter in a more unsettled condition
than the situation appeared before
A. 1. Mason was n ado chairman
of the meeting in tlie al sence of Kos-
well Shelley. Sain Can, pi ell read the
minutes of the inciting two weeks
previous, ami 11. F. Davidson ropoit
ed for the coiiin . ittce (elected to tlnd
a way out of the dilliculty. This
committee consisted of II. l' David
son, CeorgeT. I'rallier, D. II. Thorn,
I). 1j. Dnvidsou and It. U Sproat.
The cuinmitteo I'ecoinu, ended that
the farmers buy wider this mmmer
from the Fast Fork lnigi.ting Co.,
and in the menu time make arrange
ments to form a bonding district for
tho purchase of the pre cut ditch or
the const ruction of another. It was
further rei 'oinineniled that a commit
too be elected to take up tho matter
and pi oe. ed along businesslike linos
to senile a co cpera1 ive ditch. It was
the belief of the ci muiiltce that a co
operative iirigating M'ttein could
better eoncerve the interests of the
fanners that a ditch operated by pri
A motion by Virgil Winchell that
Hie report, be accepted ami the com
mittee discharged carried, II.
Davidson then moved that a perma
nent committee of three, be elected to
have surveys made to determine the
boundaries of u proposed bonding
district and to make all necessary ar
rangements toward bringing the bond
ing issue to a vole, as w ill bo dono
Saturday by the farmers in tho llar
rott district of the West Side.
Chairman Mason called for remarks
on tho question, ami Mr. Winclnll
wanted to know if the demand for
water was great enough to warrant,
houdiug. for n ditch. "We do not all
use water, and some of us would bo
taxed for the beuellt of others," con
tinued .Mr. Winchell.
There was some il iseiision on the
point whether a land owner could re
main in or out of the proposed dis
trict, as he saw lit, and D. L. David
son of Willow Flat told of tho success
of bonding systems at Woisor, Idaho,
where tlie water is costing the. farmers,
not to exceed iM.lfi an inch a year.
Mason considered the bonding pro
posit ion a good tiling, but wanted
to know if the farmers are ready now
to lake up the ownership of a ditch.
"Do we want water on our orchards: "
inquired Mr. Mason, former president
of tho Hood Kiver Apple Growers'
union. In his opinion the funnels
"There is a loss of humus when
orchard lands aie Irrigated," contin
ued tho ex-president. "Moisture can
ho retained without irrigation, and
the apples are of a better Ilavor with
out tlie application of water. New
towns grow ii at lioi.se liy ii rigating
taste sour and are poor keepers. Thcio
is danger that we may change, tho
llavor of our tine truit by irrigation."
"Wo must take individual cases in
each instance," stated II. F. Davii
son. "Lhave illl acres in I erries nf
Willow Flat and must have 111) inches
of wider. Mr. Lage hero has 1 1 Ji
acres in cultivation, aud says l.o
would not use over l.'i inches of v ntir
on his farm if he hail it, I I eliovo
water to be benetleiid to tries after
they mo 'l years old. If applied two
or three times in the lull it makes
better apples. "
l'eter Mohr believed water was good
fur an orchard. Ho said he was tlie
Hist man on the Fast Side to plant
apple trees. C'hris I let hmaii took tho
cue, nml has gone heavily into ap
ples. "Hut I intend to raise other
things besides apples. I keep cows,
hogs, chickens, raise clover and want
water," went on Mr. Mohr.
.Milton (Moll declared he needed
water and favored bonding.
h. F. Clark has a young orchard,
.lues not need water ami ia uppos. d
to I he bonding idea.
D. Fi. DiuidhOii laiLiod ditersilled
farming. "We niu.-.t. have water tor
hay if our orchards do not need it,
and I am heartily in favor of tlo
bonding scheme" said ho.
"If the laud is properly cnli i .i.'.i d,
water is not necessary, I lit Ru. iii'
I heless is 'a benelll," sllid Ii. D.
Itoyil, who favored bonding. Ho said
'.vuier kept, his apples from droppii g
D. H. Thorn believed moisture colli I
bo retained without water.
Mr. I'oi ter of Sears .V I'm t. r doesi t
approve of irrigating orchards. I
lieting it doi'S little good, lie is
appo-ed to bonding.
John Lawless wanted a little ,nl, r
ami favored bonding.
I!. I-. Sproat said ho expected to
use water lu bis orchard later on, win .1
lie will seed it to clover. Ho watiti d
to know something of tl. ...-t. .(
bonding and what tl'e e' 1 ,'iillr
is. "1 am told that Mr. Mono has tlo
-itiiatiun in his nun hands at., I that
it v. ill l.o impo.-s'.l e lor the mrinei .
to construct another system. '
.Mr. S roat declared be is not a
general tarn er, saying le ke I ml,
one cow, and was trying to get a .lap
to milk it. "1 have made it oney
enough the lest thtee j. :.s In oi o.l
Hen Davis apple trees to buy all the
hay I need, mid tlnd them is u credit
of ssi' 1 remaining to tho lien Davis."
Mr. Thorn declared the situation
wis in the hands o- the farmers.
"After the bonding issue- carries,said
he. "We would he eni oweii il to n 11
domii the pre, 1 nt ditch and seci.ie
the same by laying what the apprais
ers valued it, aud tin t at no iroio
than what it would cost tn ecu .
" nntliitie.l nn 1' iij.. .; j