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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1905)
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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, JUNE 1, 1905.
HOOP III V Kit LUIHIK No. HIT,, A. K. and A.
A. M. Meets Miiiiir.li.y .-vt-nliix on or before
cai-h lull iii.kiii. I III'M AN llCTl.Ka, W. M.
A. 1. Mm:, Meerelitry.
HO(II) KlVKKl'llAlTK.K SO. 27. H. A. M.
Mimls llrsl mill limit Kittluy nixlilsnr euck
llllllllh. K. I IIA.NIH.KR, H. P.
A. 1. MoKScm-tiiry.
HOOD KIVKIl rll.MTKK NO. ,0. E. H-Met-t
sei-ntul mid fourth Tuesiliiy evening
of each mouth. Visitors corituiliy welcomed.
MltM. .1.1. IIKIlSIINKIl, W. M.
Mils. Thekksa casts kk, Kw-retary.
liu.KWiiiiiK i.outii: no. ltr;, I. o. o. K.
Meets in Frutiruiil lull, every Thursday
night. Wm. Hashes, N. li.
II. C. Smith, Secretary
KDKN ENCAMI'MKNT, NO. 4S, I. O. . F.-Hi-Kular
inrellag seeunil unit lourlh Mondays
ofeai-li inonth. I.. K. Mouse, C. P.
II, H. Em tiu as, Scribe.
LAUKK1. Itl-.UKKAH liKtiiiKE U)lliE NO.
Ml, I. O. O. K.-.Meets llrst unit third Fridays
lu each nmuth.
Mils. K. W. Uiikm., N. O.
Mas IJoka Thomson. Secretary.
WALHIOMA I.OIlilK NO. 3(1. K. OF P.
M ts In K. ol 1'. lutll every Tuesday n.ght.
V. C. Hkih'K, (J. C.
H. T. Uk Witt, K. ol It. and S.
HOOII KIVEH t'AMH, NO. 7,"t, M. W. A
Mccts In K. ol 1'. hail every Wednesday
Hight. Ol AS. JoNKB, V. U.
C. U. DAKIN, Clerk.
HOOD RIVKIl ('AMI', NO. 778, W. 0. W
Meels ..n llrsl i.n l third Tuesday of each
month 111 Odd Fellows' Imll.
F. H. Hi.auu, C. 0.
H. W. W'AlT.l'leik. ,
TfoOO ai VKlHTU'T.E NO. 524, WOMEN OF
Wuoderult-Mi-i-tsiit K. of I'. hall on the
til-stand Third Fridays of earn month.
I.I.NullA Sll'HK, U. N,
NKI.I.1K llol.l.ow laerk.
1UVEHSIHE UHXIUNO. US A. O. U. W.
Meets tirst unit thud siatiuiliiys of each
liiolllh. I'. I- L'olTl.K, M, W.
E. R. 1IUA1II.KV, Finn "e er
I. 'HKHTKK HIII'TK. UleordCT.
lilVElWlllE l.ODIIE NO 40, DEdKEE OF
Honor, A. O. I'. .Nuns tirst and third
isuturiiuys at 8 p. in. ,
Miss ( oka i'iiiti.k, ( . of II.
MlKH 1'AltHUt OHTI.K, HeCOldil.
OKllKlloF WAStlllNliToN H(k)i) H1VER
lillloll No. 142-Meel in K. of 1'. hall the
second and fourth ssuturduys In eaeh inoiilh
at 7:::u p. in. E. . Kooii, Friwldeut.
f. U. Uakin. Heereliiry.
Ol.ETA AKKKM lii.Y NO. UN. UNITED ART-Imiun.-Mcci.
i he llrsl and third Wednes
days, woik: .iciniliilid lourlh Wednesdays
Artisans' hall. J. It. KollKIUl, M. A.
('. i. H UN til' ll.Sei-riliiiy.
COl'l.T IIOOl' IUVEK SO. 42, FOKEisTEIW
ol Anierli-ii, -Meets second anil fouitli Mou
days In cacn moii'li in K. m i'. uau.
til.o. .. MIMIKK, ('. It.
F. ('. r.mi.sii s, F. ('.
C'ANllV l'lisT. NO l.'lt7A."H:-XlKK-iH AT
A. o. I". V. . hall, second and lourlh Hatur
daysof each month at 2 o'clock p. in. All
li A. K. Iiiiii. i l inviieil to llicet wl'll us.
A. I.. riiKi.es, loiiiinauder.
Thomas tjoss. ,,.jiii.itil.
CAN BY W. It. ( .. -No. K-MEETS .SECOND
and loiirtli mhui nusnf each Month lu A.
O. U. W. hull at : f. in. ,. , . .
Ei. i. i.n lii.owKiw, President.
Ll.ZIIt (iliK, Si, i i.;iy
MOUNT VIN llO'.ll-. fAMl' No. 3IWI, R. N. A.
Meets ai the K. o: I' itall on the second and
fourth Erin. .ys ,m c.icii nionili.
A, us l AKK1K ltUOStl'9, 0.
Mils. Ei.i.a Dak in It conlcr.
Wai'SA Tkmi'I.k No. i. Until bone Sisters.
Meets secon and lourlh Thursdays of each
llionlll. AMAN1IA W IIITKHKAII, M.E.C.
tSTKI.l.A Ull'll AltlMllN, M. Of U. di C.
DR. W. T. ROWLEY,
I'UVSICIAN, SUlitiKU.N. OCtUUrtX
Olllce lu Minltli uuildiiiK.
Oillce plione aid. Residence phone DM.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Telephones: Olllce, 2S1; residence, Ml.
m:kueon O. R. .V '. Co.
JltS. .MAHY JOHNSON, JI. J).
Physician and Surgeon.
Oltices and Residence In E. Smith Building
over l-'irst N I. Rank. Entrance, rear
ol bank, on I'lnrd St.
H. L. DUMBLE,
PHYSICIAN N'D Sl'UUKON.
Huecessoi i r, M. F. Shaw.
Culls promptly iiihw. i d In towu or country,
Telephones: 1;....:.. ncH.iiil: ortlce.tiW.
Olllce hi Mi ' .-iosIus lluildlng.
DR. M. A. SM00T,
(iratluulc ..j iu rlnm Hchiml of Ostt'opatliy,
. 1 . viilf, .Mo.
Hrosius J. .. ii" ooms ii unci 7. Tel. llKiH.
y c.u, oitKOON.
DR. J. LDGINGTON,
Physician and Surgeon
Ollice over the Kirst National bunk.
DR. A. F. ROWLEY,
Ollice In the Smith Building. I'houeDi
C H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Sficclalist ou Crown and t'.inise Work.
Telephones: olllce, ail; residence, IM.
Ottleeover Bank biug. Hood Ulver, ore.
E. H. HART WIG,
LAW Y 10 It.
Will l'racticc III All Court..
Olllce Wlnl Unl. li. Cuibci l.-ou .V Co. ' i
lectlous, Abstracts, settlenieiil o r stales.
HOOD KIVEK. OHi v
JOHN LELAND HENDEiit-OX
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. AB8TRACTI8. HO.
TARY PUBLIC nd RBALi
For y'lf rilnt of Oregon nd Wuta
ttigton. Hu had mny years eiperlsoc ta
Krai Katate matters, at abatraotor, searcher ol
titles and agent Batislsctloo guaraateed er
AbitrtcU Furniihed. Money Loaned.
Hood Eiver, Oregon.
p C. BR0S1U8, M. D.
' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
'Phone Central, or 121.
Office Hoora: 10 to 11 A. M. j S to 8
and 6 to 7 P. M.
Jyj.x lU.S KA KUl'.R SHOP
HAYNE8 A GREY, Faort,
The place to fet n easy ihsre, u op-to-4i
hslr cut, and to enjoy the luxury laforoelala
Quick and ati'-factory work. Two hath
tulw in connection.
RUSSELL & RIES, Props.
Arrival anil Depart lire of Mails.
The postofflce la oien dally between 8 a. ni.
aud S p. ni.; Sunday trom U lo I o'clwk. Mails
for the East close at 11. 'JO a. m.. 8.2U p. ni. and
9 p. in.; for the West, at 2.40 p. ni. ami 1 p. ni.
The carriers on K. E. 1). routes No. I and 2
leave the postoftlce at 8.;I0 a. m. Malt leaves
or Ml. noon, auny si u in.; arrives iu.u j
For Underwood, Wash., at 12 m., Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays; arrives same dsys
at ii a. m. i
For White Haluion. Wash., dally at 12 m.;
arrives at 1 1 a. m.
For Hood River, dally at 9 a. ni.; arrives at
i p. in.
For II usuni, Trout Lake and Ouler, Wash.,
dally at 7..i a. ni.; arrives II p. m.
For MleuwoxMl, Fulda and Uiliner, Wash.,
dally at 7.30 a. m.; arrives at p. in.
For Pine Flat slid Hnowdeu, Wash., at 1 p.
ni. Tuesdays and Saturdays; arrives same
days at 12 in.
For Blugeo, dally at 4. p. in.; arrive at
i.4i) a. lu.
0. It. & N. TIME TABM'..
No. 2, Chicago Special. 11:43 a. m.
No. 4, SiKikane Flyer, 8:40 p. ill.
No. 6, Mall and Express, 10:40 p. in.
No. 24, Way Freight. I2:K p. 111.
No. 22. Fast Freight, 4:06 a. m.
West bound y
No. I, Portland Special. 2:5(1 p. in.
No. 8, Portland Flyer, 5:i a. m.
No. 5, Mall and Express, 4:48 a. ni.
No. 211, Way Freight, 11:25 a. in.
No. 66, Fait Freight, 1:05 p. m.
and Union Pacific
3 Trains to the East Daily
Through Pnlfmsn standards and tourist
sleeping ears dally to omaha. Chicago, Spo
ksne; tourist sleeping ears dally to Kansas
city; through Pullman tourist sleeping ear
fnersnnsall.v conducted) weekly t Chicago.
Reclining chair cars (seals free) to the East
i .jjvt, o
DlfA,T Portland, Or.
Chicago Salt lk, Denver, 6:24 p.m.
Fortland Ft. Worth, Omaha,
Bpec'lal Kansas City, at.
:16a. m. Louts,Chlcagoand
At'antlo Salt Ijike, Denver, 1:00 a. nu
Kxpresi Et. Worth, Omaha,
l;15 p ra. Kansas City, St.
Walla Walla, I wis
St. Paul ton, Spokane, Wal- 7:16a. m.
Fait U all lacs, Pullman,
s;i6p. dl Minneaisilis, Ht.
via I'aul, lmluth.Mll-
pokant vaukee, Chicago
KOIl ASTOHIA and 8:0(1 P. M.
way points, connecting! liafly
with slesmer for It acoj except
and North Henchstenm.' Kiinduy,
er Itassalo, Asli street Siiturdi'iv.
dock (water per.) l(l:llu I'. Si.
&( P. M.
FOR liuvlon, Oreiron
City and Yamhill Itlv
er iHilnls. Ash street
dock (water per.)
f:IO A. M.
5:110 I'. M.
FOR I. EW INTO S.U:(I0 A. M.
Idaho, slid wsy siints, Monday,
from Hiparia, Wash, i Wedn'd'y
5(KI 1'. M.
A. L. CRAIQ,
eentral Panengtr Afant Portland, Of
T. J. EINN AIHD, A jent, Hood HI Tar.
YOU WILL BE SATISFIED
with voi'R .locnxr.Y
If your tickets rend over the Denver
and Rio Orundo Railroad, the
"Scenic Line of the World,"
There are so many scenic attractions
aud points or interest alunn the line
between Oden and Denver that
the trip never becomes tiresome.
If you are going Ktist, write for infor
mation anil get a pretty liook that will
tell you all about it.
W. C. McllRIDK, (jpnrral A sent,
124 Third Streel,
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plates.
Treatment of diseased teet h and gums.
Ottlce Hrosius HuildiiiL'. Rhone lOiil.
M. E. WELCH,
IHE VEIKRISVKV Sl'KHKOX.
Is pn-paiTil to ih sny work In Hie veterin
ary line, lie mil be Itillllii ly I'illlUlK at or
pluming to ClHike s ilnnf smre.
Joseph A. Wilson
Wooden Water Pipe
'.Over Spot Csh Corner Grocery Store
E. I.. SMITH,
. o Bl.ANI'HAU
The First National Bank
OF HOOD WVEIi, oltEdON.
Caiital ami Surplus, $:IO,000.
Esluhlished June 1, l'JUI.
P. M. IIALL-LEWIS
, . r.
Civil and Architectural Engineer
Ofllce, Second St., adjoining W'liiiconiu Hotel,
llestdence alter April 1st, Coiiniry ( lub Inn.
HOOP KIVKU, OKF.OOX.
JOSEPH A. WILSON
Developed Water Power
for sale. l'Hitii'8 tlt'sir'niK power fd'
manufacturing purposes will ilu well to
write to him.
R. P. ORE,
Ihu'k-work, I'lastennj"; and
STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
HOOD RIVKIi, OlSKtiOX.
S. H COX
PLANS AND E8TIMATKS FfNI8HKD.
J. F. STRANAHAN,
i. ond stieciticatioiu for 11 1
klndi of btiildiniis. btrictiy up
Locatsd at Hood Kivcr.
E. A. SOULE,
Plans and Intimates Fuknishkii
Upon Application. di
FREDFRICK & ARNOLD,
Estimates furnished on nil kinds of work
1 Minima- Arnold, Main SH.
HUllCrt. Prrterlck. ls ms
F. W. PEIBNOW,
Carpenter & Builder
KstliuatcH chofrfuHfui irshed,
IMhiik anil SpeoiiW'atiohs furnished.
All work prmni'lly nnd t'ttrefnlly m tended t.
Hood River, Ore.
BELIEU & SANDERS,
tf- 1'I.ANS AND ESTIMAl'KII Et'KN lull K.ll "
SmONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
Iieciirative ruinliinr mill Taper lliiiiiiii;
I'latm furnished. Estimates care
full v made.
IIOOl) RI Vl'.li, ORKtiON.
FRAZIER & SON,
I'lue and Kin )Iuco Work a specialty.
HOOD RIVl'.R, OlilXiON.
W. E. PENNELL,
Whitlow itntl Dour .Seni lis, Whitlnir
untl Ihmr Vtinirn,( tftirr mill Shirt V.r
litrtK. I iiliitlstt i'inii timl Furniture ltr-
)ttirhit,Ctii-iitt jiixtiiii,('itiniiii mill
Unmu. 1100a niver,ure.
JAS. McBAIN, j
Hood River Marble Works
Am prepared to execute
all orders for granite and
marble work, monuments,
Also contract for all kinds
of stone masonry, con
Bargains in Real Estate.
I. :i-riiiun hoil-e, hit 10(1 100,
ilo"school IhillHe; siu'lltiv llll'l.tilltl
; vi rv
clieup. iel "tir p'tce.
2. 1 room h' Use, two lols ")i). Rt!) fei-t
each, city water; three Mocks tr 111
fheool house; pleusinl locatni'i. I ruf,
3. 10 acres nuod apple and straw herrv
land, full'' Hi-res c'enieil, 1'.:t flu.t U'ees,
one ucie si raw In ri ie, 4-r.'in h.uise,
Well, slidile, wood sued 111. d pack
ill)! house and chaki 11 house
4. 5-rooiu hi.use, hrow of hill, over-
looking I'olutol'ia, one hl.u k from 1 1 i x 1
school htiilditiir, L'ood wed and city
WHl:r: lnrKe wood hotisi ; rood chicken
house; lot fitlxlmj; or if desired, lot
o. li-rnom house, fii e loea' 'o!i , (o er
lnokinx the ('oliltiihi.i. i-y.
K. I'otir fine lots for flT.'i eiich, 4 f"f
$150 each, helow hrow of hill, oierlook-
Htg the Coluinliia.
Real Estate & Exchange Co.
Hood River, Ore.
All Wnseo.'-'iiiiy Hiirnuits n-.-Mi reil i.rh.r
10 March 1, l.'. will he psiii mi .n- iMiii'.in
HI HU Illllt r. .iiini-ni c-v r
Al. .. I KIN N .
County '1 r. i
XOTK'K FOR rriil.H'ATION.
lii'piiitment nf the Interior. Ijind otlice al
The linlles, Oregon, May Hi, laky
Notice Is hereby given thsl Hie following
mimed settler has filed luilteeof bis Intention
to make final proof In support ol bis claim,
and that sitld final moot , ill he lni.de bi lorc
(ieo. T. Prather, t'nlteil si,(t, s criiiinlNsioiier;
al his olllce ill Hood Ulver, Oregon, on July ,
Issa, v g;
of Hood Ulver, Oregon, on II. K No. suss, for1
lots 8, II anil 14, of section lownshlpl
north, range 10 east, W. M.
He names the tollowilu- wilnesses to prove I
his continuous resldetio: ii(sui an euHivuilon i
ofsnld Isiid, vix:
William Hi ds,,n, Charles Munton. ,,.hn II.
Illlstroiii slid Paul Auhcii, nil i f i,i Ulver,
inAiS) MICHAEL T. NOLAN. Hculster.
KXI-crrOK'S Mil U K.
Notice Is hereby given ili.it the .tidcrsigni'd
hsve been spi.iinted e:;ecii;iirs ol me lsl will
Hlid testHinenl of Peter K. Kimi.Imui, dt-ccascd,
and all piirtlcs having cl:iiin a ::ilnst lliees.
tale ol said decensed vrv lieiel. icqiitrcd to
present ilicin. with lhecoiei- vouchers, with
in six moil 1 lis liom the liiile ol Hits notice to
said execulors at the otV.ee nt I it orge II, Cui.
berlson In llisid Hlver, Wn-coeotii.tv, Oregon.
Dated at Hood Hlver tins si.i u .'y of May,
15. IIEOHOE H. CCI.I'.E.lTSoN,
Execulors of the last will an.; ii-laiiienl of
Peter Frederick Kuudson. dcceii-e.!. mil js
XdTK'K OK FINAL
KIT!. I M KM". '
Notice is her, by given llm' t i,c i:,., rslgned 1
have II led their fliini iicciiiint u , ,. ut,IIK ,, i
the last will of Aiidivw ll Tieiniu,. t. ecus, ,1,
.lime, hkb, has been appointed by the i omt i
j lor hciirlni? oblrtM ions !o said tltml account, !
, nun ine sen leiiieui inetcoi. me sum lien! Illy
to he at the hour of lllo'loek on siiid ilu'. or us
soon therenlter as Ihe sain enn be lieurd.
Iinlcd May X, l!l'i. S. t,i i -:us
M. Y.VI E:
NOTIt'K FOR PUIU.H'ATION
Denarlment of the Interior. Land Ollice at The
HhMcs. Oreirun. May 10, lmi5.
Notice is hereby Riven thai the foilowinK-nnnnsl
settler hiis liltnl iiolice of his intention to n...ke
tilial proof in supisirt of his claim, unit suiil n ,Kjf
will lie made before the ivKite and receiver, at !
The llallcs. Ore., on June zi'Hi. r.ier,. vr:
JACOB CARL M CAI'CHEY.
of Mosicr. Oieifuii; on H. E. No. Ih.TS. fur the !..ts
:i. i and S'j N W '4, of iSecliun 2. Tp. 1 Ni.i 'h
Kanite II E.. W. M.
Hu names the following witnesses to prove Ids
eoniiiiuous it-s.oene upvn sou eilllivaiinii ol s.no
Innd. viz: S. U Fisher, fciiwaul iHvidsoi,,l'h:.i es
Stars: Price Hunter. Bllof MoM,.r, Oreir.in.
nilBjlft MICHAEL T. Nol.AN. Kenist. r.
NOTIt'K FOR l'l'I'.l.K'ATION.
I'epurl men I of the Interior; .,nd olllce, Tlie
lllllles, Oreuon, April Itl, IMI . Notice islici, liy
Itlveil that Hie lolloHlliit-iiiiiiied settler l;n's
tiled notlee of his Intention to make final
prooriu siipHri of his ciitlni, unit tlitit snid
proof will he miiiie tiefore ileoiLc'l'. I'uitli. r.
Culled i-tntcs I'onilnlssloiicr, nl his oflicc ill
Hood fvlver, oiemui, on June :i Ion,,, vi..:
HENRY J. (ilinl-'l ,
of Mount Hood, Oregon, Homestead Entry
No s;l:t. lor ihe NW'4 Hei-tiou 17, Townshlp'l
South, liunfe in East, Will uiieMe Mei Idiiui.
He lli.mes the I'ollowllll! U Hie -sscs to prove
Ills coutlnuoiH residence upon and cultlvii-
I Hon of snl, I Innd, vis.: ,Ii s H. His s. Hiis.
I sell llohiii, Mm ,,. Bclieiirer, end Willliiin I..
j IllleUilliul . sll oi .Mount Hood. uon.
I .MICHAEL T. Nol.AN.
I aril Iteuisier.
Timber and Homestead
I have for locnl ion some choice apple hinds
and limner claims; aiio relinquishments and
land to script. Call on or address,
W.m. F. HANI),
rti. Hood River, On
JUIMil; J.J. HIRSHEIMHR,
..Pcnsioti and Patent Attorney..
L'L'H Wiishington St., 1'ortiaiid, Ore.
I'l'iisioii" ii'dler (.eip riil l.;iv ami
Pliiler the Act of .lime 2", ISilO.
Indian W'ur I'ension, Increase of pensions,
father, mother, dependent and helpless child
ren pension; Nurses pensions; Widow's res
toration to pension roll: deserted wile's hull'
pension: II. unities and arrears of pension.
Clidi'irON of llesertian Corrected.
Chi i ins of all kinds taken utrninsl the
I'liiled State" and prnaecuted.
At Hood River every fourth Saturday
in each 1111111II1.
I ;iin limiiul'iieturiii"; iit in y
yard near ('ohiinbia nursery
south of town, aslinc aipial
ity of (.'oininon lirick its cnii
hi; found in the st,att. Have
200,000 to .'500.000 brick on
hand for inspection. Price
: at van! fo lier thousand.
1 ( . . , tul , ,
see How we make hncK.
A. T. ZIOFK.
For Irrigation o City Lots
Notice Hhould he jiivcli lit the ollice of
the l.ifdit nnd Witter Co. when witter
is itneil for ppi-inkling. We my sprink
llllif liccmise it in the only niellioil liy
which we unree to (iirtiidi water for irri
(.'iition liewiire ol the inun with tin
wrench. If this point in overlooked, likc-
wise the proper lime to sprinkle as no
further notice will lie .'iven.
Consumers whose residences front the
i south sides of the streets named helow
j w ill sprinkle lad ween hnurn of 5 and 11
: a. in. ; those on the north tide hetween
iH and U p. 111. ; t'olumliia, River, Oak
: and Slide streets, and Sherman and Ha
, zel avenues.
lit case ot alarm 01 lire an siirinKlinu
i mkhiIiI lie stopped prniiiptly.
! ' ' - ll0'1'' M-'r
! uuitEKA MEAT MARKET,
McuTirtE BROH., Props.
Dealers In Kreih an4 Cored Meats, Lard,
Poultry, fruits and Vi.jetables.
i All kinds ,,i crtrpi'l
: from . .1.1 ciiriM-ts,
i I'-' tl
w.-iivti,i. Kuifs made
Il.ioil Hiver Heights.
iHood River Directory.
The Cih.ei.-r .llr.fi.irv of Hood Kiv-r city
! sn-l valley, ami tiiHp: showiiiir liK-Htiiin ..f
. fsriiis, wilh owners iiiiines. iK tlun of
-1 ' i-n mi. 1.11,1 ,,i ,i i ir ,.. ....
17 BERRIES TO
THE POUND BOX
FINE FRUIT AT WHITE SALMON
I'l'ck Hunili .Makes Splendid liccord
H.vrkcltN I! et urns art' 84.50 a
I'y a Stalf (!ori(siuinilmit.
White Salmon, Wanh., May W. V..
M. Pork who has two ami ono-half
i.erod in Htrawbcrrios on ttio White
Salmon Idntf, packed on Thursday of
lust weok over 4(1 rraloa of three-tier
Is't'iies, mid on Friday live crates
that averaged IS lierrioa to the box.
The prize box took just 17. The ber
ries are on new laud and us is known
in this section no wider is used.
The sumo conditions prevail nil
turouuh that section. . J. 1'iir-
,1M0" a' "OK, 1'. O. rt'CK, .Ml',
1 lusaker, and ill fnct all are enjoy inn
the same lesulls, but none have beiMi
to .nuke the .plci.lid Hl.owin so
tar niaile liy K. ,M. I'i ck. Ihe sie of
hiH beiries are cm
! on h11 siiii, end oh! tio.i lorry (jrow
i rs make tl i u i ti ; c the patch that
is turiiihi; . ',! such mi i.I l-in lieauties.
The liliicii l is nr.iler ( biigittions to
; Mr. and .Mrs. K. I'n'k for tour
! boxis of tlieto Unios, the tlnest that
have been mt.i mi f. r this year. Five
weeks iijio Mr I t t k ii.ummI tin his ranch
about a n.ile in d it lull liom I lie city,
in the t'i k si ll)i ti ( t t. I'e hs tow
and a h.ilf ni'ic- in le tries, unit this
'e"r t'1" 'ut Crop,
It.vrkcU's Ills' lletiirtis.
Already the end of Ihe herry season
can ho 111 ted. 'i l ore me many of the
crly shi' i ts V I.n Hi e I'lld lltllly
ig out cud the 1 idiots are lent ing
l! 0 Ileitis t!:;:l have heen v eil worked
1. f the new lii hi.i hack on the hill.
Another veck i:nd the end will lie. 11
fi.i't. It I. as .ei 11 a gn at year lor the
r nvers ol the White Salmon country
: ' d the host of good cl ot r prevails
I .' ."oiighni'.t. jMcii with two acres and
h bs w ill de. ive o er a t IiiuimuuI dollars'
from their heirie.i. Ti e year previous
was not up to the standard and all are
ghul that this yiur has heen so prollt-
ahle. Judge liytkelt stands at the
head of the list, lie has received tf l.iill
per crate lor over 400 crates. All over
the valley the sumo copditii.n prevails.
In some instances tho hemes have
lulien nit in quality owing to the ngc
of tho plants. This year will wind up
many of the patches, hut next year
there will he so ninny new patches that
if conditions are favorahlo another
record hreaking crop should he fath
ered. tail Pickers in Men's I'll 11 Is.
S. 0. Ziegler has solved the lahor
iiuestion. He has tho rrio herrv
pickers for the country. Ho also has
the hest looking and most al tractive
"gang" in the valley. I.ust year he
decided that no more women, with
long skirts could enter his patches.
When he 11 iide his contract this jear
with his 'J.'i girls it was stipulated that
they would have to wear trousers.
I The young ladies, all from Mount
I'lensaiit, demurred at first, hut after
consideration of the propriety in wear
ing real man's limits, decided they
would don the costume, providing that
no men should he allowed to work in
the patches. This was agreed to and
the girls came decke I in mini's attire
for the task. A jollier and happier
crowd of girls never entereil it hurry
patch. Mr. and Mrs. Xicglor have
thrown upon their largo homo to tho
privilege of tho girls, and a merry
time they ail have.
One little hrunette remarked tome
last week: "1 never filt so much like
a mint in my life; I always did want to
ho a mini, and am sorry that the sea
son is drawing to a close. We have
had royal treatment and have had a
jolly time. "
To rememher the occasion the gills
sent for Milton Helm, a photogapher
of Hood River, and a group picture
was taken. It is needles h to say t he
will refer to it liiiinv times later!
eoonll (ho lion ivhiol t hnv worn i
anil recall the lime when they wore
puntx nnd hud the ureutei-t time of
I'ickciH Here Hard lo (ict.
There i.i 1111 uliMiltito HCiircity of her
ry pickers and puckers und nil oll'ortx
to xecure nihlil ionul help hiive fuiletl.
It irt estiniiited Hint the Indiiiiis chiiik
from the Viikiiim country '2."iDU MtroiiK,
and the JitpH fui ni-'heil iienrly TilNI, and
2"i(l whites make up tho urent ni'iiiy
that in iitheritiK hei i ien in tho Hood
River nnd White Sidinoii viilliiyw. Many
of the K'oweih on the WnHliiiii.'ton Hiilo
of the river have 1 ecu sei'iiiii. ly hniidi -
cupped, ow inn to the sciiicity of pick -
lied Skin I'lckcrs Hie Rest.
The sipiaw i-till holds her plnco as
tho chunipioii herry picker. The he.l
wiikcs so far have lienn made hy the
dusky Hiawatha. The ,!nps do not
prove to ho as nood us it was Hiipposed
they would. They lire plodders, faith
ful in tho peifoininiice of the wink
allotted, hut they lack tho deftness of
the Indian maiden.
The hucks me crakiiiK koiuI press
agents for the miuiiwh. J hut is, they
; rido up and down the valleys in i;ay
j iTKtiliii.prochiiiniiiK the wonderful her-
ry-pickiiiK tilulities 01 1110 siiiaw.
Kevend of the urowci'H coniplain hit
terly of the inaiiner in which some of
tho powers strive to inlhieiice the
hucks to jjet more help from other
(rowers. The herry picker is a most
important factor 111 the community at
; tr.is time.
Jap's Strike Has Short.
I TI o J,tis at the ranch of (!. I).
I Moore, went oil a strike, Wednesday (if
hist ws-ek. Th( word passed up and
down the valley that a pitched hattlo
! was leini; wa(ed hetween the .laps
j and the Indians, hut the trouhle
iroved t ' amount to nothing other
than a dill'ereiice hetween the employ
er and ti e hoss.lap. The little swai thy
Yankees of the Kast struck and left
the patches. Immediately after a
settlement, they took the first train
for I'ortlnnd. dechirni! that railroad
work was their preference, and that
they would rather (" Imck to the land
' of the Chrysanthemum and take up the
hVht for their mother country than to
l. Tl... I I l... ...... ..
K ' ,!" ' " "
Hon was over me one-ijiinrior or a
rent per linx to he paid lit t lie eln.-c of
IliHiii lnc 't'asOll provi.uiiK inai iney re- i :o -i
n'.uini'd until the close. This was lie- moii
(lured, bill paid and the Indian scouts;
commenced to raid the valley for moro !
Tine New Summer Hotel.
Tho Falls is attract! tin a ureal deal
of attention this year, fcvery day
parties in lmo numbers arrive and
make the trip. One of tho main
reasons for tliis is the fact that the
Washington Hotel in White Salmon
has been thrown open fur the business,
and the hoiiic is fust liliiiiK up with
visitors. Jlr. Latitt rl ncli lias none to
nearly I0,(ti expense in the construc
tion mid furnishing of the hotel. Tho
house is lilted up with the cliiborate
nnsB of a tirst cabin on an ocean liner.
Mr. I-jiutcrhach's loiitf years of exper
ience ou tho ocean as a stewnrd on
the best ocean liners allows him the
knowled (o of knowing how to cater to
the best livers in tho lain!, and it can
bo said to his credit that ho is niviiiK
his quests the best of service. The
hotel is a credit to White Salmon, and
it is very Kiatil'yiiif to know that the
people who travel appreciate the ef
forts put forth by him. K. L. U.
LOOKS LIKE ROAD
DOWN NORTH BANK
liy it Slati' t'orresHiudent.
White Salmon, Wash., May :0 The
Itanu of stirveiois winking in Ilu" neinh
lioihoiid of I.yle ha.H uiven new life to
Ihe rumors that a railroml is tioinu to
enter the territory alonu the t'oliimhia
river. It is pretty netieinlly unilerstooil
liefore the year is over deliiiile informa
tion will he (liven nut from the apinx,
just w here the new line will t i nverse.
Hinp'ii is assured Ihut it will cotne in
on the new survey and already there is
talk o( new luiililiniis mid new enter
prises. There is no (itestion hut what
there will hea road iuiill some day on
the Wiishinutnn side. There is no iiies
tion hut what the Northern l'ueilic slill
exports: to do the work. Now Ihe pro.
position is just where will the line lie
I'liilerwiinil will cotne in, that is a
(nreeone conclusion, sis it is a natural
point, and all surveis that have so f'lt
heen made have pine Ihut way. The
ranchers and merchants of the new little
tiiwti are (jreally agitated over the pro.
jeet Itlid tiiel'e is 11 ureal ileal of speenhi-
I 1 10 u . II is a well known fact Unit a tlrm
j nl attorneys of Vancouver, Wash , have
1 heen not ainotiu Ihe farmri'snf the sec
tion ut lite propositi new roiul, enileiiv
oriin: to strike a sett lenient on ihe
ilaniii)!!' that the ri'jht nl way would do
to them. One of the leading ranchers
nl the valley was apptoached and asked
to set his priie. This he refused, until
lie was positive that the road was a
foregone conclusion. If the mail is con
clusion. II the loud is constructed
strucleil on line of ihe present survey
heinn made it will raise cane wilh sumo
of the finest new orchards anil herry pal
dies in the valley.
Owing to the adjustment of ilill'eiences
helwet'ii tlic uurini; lailroad factions) last
last week, it w its supposed that no
operation would he cninuieiice 1 this
year. Itut w ith the pieseiiei! of surveyors
and the Htatenii'iils niade that many
thousands of tnile.i nf new mail wnnld
he made this voir; it iH niven out hy
1 1 lose in a position to know that the
road will positively lie linill. Y I,. (J.
Stir Yourself Today.
lliiio is an item from the Louisville
Ciiui ier Jotirniil that ouuht to he
posted in every place of husitiess and
nt every ci'osh i oiuIh in the statu of
Oregon. It posnesKeu 0110 of the ele
ments needed to make Oregon tho
eiplttl of tho host state in the I'nion
and that idemiiiit is "gihgi'i." The
(hiiirier-.loui nul says:
Are you a time killer? Do you
! stand aliout talking when yon should
ho disposing of duties that press upon
Do you hang around homo when
you should l o at your olllce?
Do you put oil' until ! :'t0 o'clock
t he things that might jiist as wi ll he
done at II o'clock?
Do you lag through a task instead
1 nf attacking it with ail the steam on
land pushing it through hiiskly?
1 Do von fritter utvay a single hour
.. . , .... I. 1 1 1... 1
!" " 1 ' .v 'ig ,1 . .1111.10 nsenii
'" lieiielltiug your health, linproviiig
your mind or lit Ipinu your hiiisnes.s?
If so, stir yourself. You are out of
tho American spirit. You urn not
even slmidinn still you are KuiiiK
liiickiiril. if von do not look out the
lest of America will leave you fur he
hind. Stir yourself todaythin inorninK.
I.t'inc for their Country Home.
Mr. and Mrs. (!. (!. KuhortH left
lust h't iday for their home nt Tangle-
wood. Mr. Riiherts had heen eunliiied
for three wiiekx to his room lit the
i Minint Hood hotel, the result of 11
j itinawtiy on the Havidsoii hill. Mr.
Ki, lints injured his hack mid tin
ankle. Ho (ot.s aliout
I hut del-hues he's still "a laddie for a
j The runaway was a very serious
; affair. Mrs. li'ohertrt was thrown oi l
nloiiK with tho driver, which left Mr.
1 RohortM in the luiuwy with no control
1 of the maddened horses. His only
resource was to jump. While Mrs.
; liohorts escaped with hut a few slight
' liruis.es, Mr. Koherts was not so tur
i The accident happened just in the
; midst of the wool I. living season, and
Mr. Roherts re(retteil very much to
le out. of the (lime ju.-t. at the most
exciting time, when hids for wool
were hecomiiiK very lively.
Dusky Maidens Mix nitli ITrcnatcr.
Strawherries will wither on the par
. lit stem and he a dead 1 iss to their
(lowers if they wait for two dusky
n aiiletiH from the Warm Springs
u("iicy to save tin in. 1 hey timl otlior
lish to try lest 11 i tit ; ll.-h that were
s in iiui iii.iiiiid in i h hool. I u i on
M-eia-nce they ( it iiiived ui with tho
lire water and then (nt mixed up with
inch other. Sitting, or rather recliil
it i. in a cell at the jail this innruin
I l.-v i::.:'uied as to how loii tliey
veil ti. i.l.ii.'e as it was their earnest
i li ;t ii i t in no on t heir way to Hood
i ' ' i i : ml iek hemes. Recorder
I iil i a !ii;i d tliem s.i apiece and then
' i I' 1 1 i ( i. r d lellii:( them to he skoo
h.i 11 li h i eii, sent them down the
li'.i I.- ' niele.
',ie-etit DuMn d, chief i.f the
i A 1 i it at the I, "W is and Clark
i. i. .if veil at the grounds a lew
'o -ni ervi-e 'he iuslnllat O'l of
.-nl -iid of in-ii-t'ii-js valued at
than iiull'ii-i i. Hats.
IN MEMORY OF
MANY ATTEND SUNDAY SERVICES
Sen i liy Key. Mr. Chambers, who
Talks on Tat riot ism rant,
Present and Future
The opera house was packed to over
Mowing Sunday tnoruiuu hy nienihcis
of the (iraiid Army, women of the
Relief Corp and their friendt, who
gathered there to attend tho memo
rial services. Rev. II. 1). Chatmliors,
district missionary for the Episcopal
diocese in Oregon, delivered tho ser-
liinii of the day, his suhject helii(
. "I'atriotism 1'ast. Present, l'"uture. "
I After the (lay-haired veterans of
, the Orand Army llli d into the hall,
I followed hy the ladies of Canhy Post,
W. R. C, Rev. Joseph MayeH de
livered the invocation. Murray Kay
i siiiik "Ahiilewith Me." The scrip
i tore readinu was siipi lied hy Rey. W.
V. Ciilmnre, of the Ooiinrpcationul
chinch. Rey. O. .1. Xelsou, of the
L'liitarian church, delivered prayer
at the close of the i in.cii, and Kev.
J. 1.. Horshnor dosed the services
with the heiiodiction.
Taking his text from Deuteronomy
Vllh'J, "Thou shall retuemher ail
the way which the Lord thy tlod has
led thee, to try thee and to prove
thee," Rev. Mr. Chanda-rs dwelt on
the illustration from the children of
Isreal, that if they torsook the law of
the Lord disaster to their nation
would he the result, and lirought
forth tho idea that "we must find
(.oil's hand lu history."
"It is not only nocessary to follow
in the track of haftleaiid listen to the
nail of the couiiiored or the shout of
the conqueror, hut we must llnd (lod's
hand in if," Continuing, the speaker
snid in part :
"We look nt the history of our
country and wo llnd it has risen from
one of tho least to one of the greatest,
if nut the greater t on thegloho. Look
id, the great men our country haa pro
utlced. Every crisis in our history
has found the right man nt he helm
Washington at the time of the Revolu
tion; Lincoln at tin) time of tho
threatened disruption of the union;
McKinley ut the time of tho freedom
of Culm, and it seems a Roosevelt at
the time of hondage of wealth, trusts
"The war of the Involution sought
and gained freedom for which the
stars and stripes have ever stood from
that, day to this. What hand has led
us? tiod's. ' His inline is stamped on
every dollar that wo earn. Not war
has made us what we are, but the
providence of tlod.
"1 t hink of tho purity of the homes
of our ii uros tors. ; their quiet rural
lives; their fear of (tod; their love
of country, nnd the patriotism pro
duced there Hint made our nation
what it is today. 1 think of the won
derful progress in invention, rail
roads, newspapers, and try to imagine
what a country this would ho without
atlod. 1 look nt the purity of tho '
literature of tho past, not of the pres
ent; tit. the grand instil ittions of free
dom our ancestors founded. Today
ahout IKl.iHHlHK) people of every
iiiilioiuility live to enjoy to the fullest
measure Hiis 1 Shorty. What hand di
rects in this self government against
every power todisiupt it, which other
nations attempting have failed? A
tlod fearing country ; with righteous
ness Its I asis.
"This lirings us to the present.
1'eKsiiiiism 1 define us seeing only the
had in life ; optimism as seeing only
the good, closing the eyes to the had.
A course hetween the two is more to
he desired. The children of Isreal
were warned that they should remem-
i her I heir dependence upon the power
which wrought their deliverance, lest
when they had eaten and were full
they hecanio pulled up with pride.
"That is our danger today. 'The
hand of Hod is in danger of heing
forgotten ; forgotten in tho growing
skepticism of tho day; in popular
doiiht; a powerful press to a huge ex
tent inlidel ; denial of a w holu or a
pint, of the iithlo; Sunday (h ai-ct ation ;
multiplication of religious sects;
hnitherly love forgotten ; a spirit of
commercialism with no right or wrong;
war of capital und lahor; trusts; im
pure politics; worship of the almighty
dollar; society with Its numerous
demands; policy which is often a lie;
i our manner of hringiiig up our child
ren ; family lii.s on the wane.
"We have forgotten the tied who
hough! us; the hlood which cements
us. There is a grave danger of our
lihuit.y hoing lost. Because true lih
.v lioiiiii.4 (!od und iiihii : hecaiise
j u,,,',,, js nothing in tl.l-i whole world so
grand us a mini. lie is a rreeman
w htitn the truth makes free, and till
an. slaves liesides.' The spirit of the
times means the decline of truo patri
otism. "What can take the place in this
world of tlod? I'atriotism is not mere
opinion, nor mere selllshness. Ine
patriotism sets itself against all l:t
tnmpts of the hahlilo to hreak do' ll
the institutions of purity in our lai d,
it was when the statue of putriothtu
at Rome was dethroned, that Hon o
fell, and so will lie the history of tl is
Directing his remarks to the (Irund
Army niemhers hnfore him, the sptak
(T cont iniied :
"Wo Kinie today to rem. m er the
past, thoso who wain and manitaii.td
our freedom. There are few left of
this host. Tlie march of tho remnant
grows less; the graves more in t:i m
hcr for decoration. Derrn tw n day
in the Siihhnth of our put lit tism.
These lives were oll'ered on tie altar
of their country, and tho altar made
the olliii ing u holy one. We mention
not the great generals, hut the rank
and llle; the mothers and wives and
sisters who tailored at home. Wo look
over tlie dusty rank to the hoy who
hravely trods along, whose only fame
was a short line in a countiy news
paper telling of a life hravely luid
"'i he remnant ought to inspire us.
The call today for such men us
t houhlored the musket at the call of
; Lincoln men of stahilty. Impurity
i is a worse too than war; it takes
j l.rave ir.en to btand for right ttiuid
. det its' sanctions. We cannot he mere
(('(intliiii. d on rune S )