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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, JUNE 15, 1905.
110(11) KIVKK LOIKIK NO. 10"), A. F. and A.
A. M.Meu Saturday evening on or before
each full moon. I iu man Hutlkk, W. M.
A. 1). MuK, Secretary.
HOOD KIVKIU'HAITKK NO. 27. R. A. M.
Meol first andilil'd Friday nlchtsof each
monih. V. Cuanulkb, b. P.
A 1). Mok, Secretary.
HOOD KIVKK CHAPTER NO. 85, O. K. 8.
Meet second ami foiirili Tuesday evening
of eaeh month. Vixltors cordially welcomed.
MltS. .1. L. 11KHSI1NKB, W. M.
Mits. Tiiekesa ( AsrNKii.JsecretKry.
n)i.kwiij)K uhmie no. im, i. o. o. k
Meets In Fraternal lill, every Thursday
mghl. WM. UASulii, N. U.
II. C. Smith, 8-x-retary
KHUN KNC'AMl'MKNT, NO. IS, I. O. O.
Ri-Kiilar mi-ellng second and tourlh Mondays
ul eucti inoi.iti. L. K. Moksk. 0. P.
H K. KsiiucAS. Scribe.
LAURKL ltl'llKKAIl UKORKK I.ODUK NO.
Si, I. O. o. l' .-Mnl tlrstaiid third J- rldaya
lu each mourn.
Mas. K. V. I'liKLL, N. a.
Mas Poka TiloMsosuKccretary.
WAl!(:olA "l.olKil-: No. K. OK P
H tx in K.ol 1' Hail every Tuesday night.
V . (-. nBIX K, U
H. T. lUtWirr, K. of R. 'id 8.
noon ltlVKR ('AMI', NO. 7,"trJ, M. W. A.
1 CtV in K. ol I'. iiull -very Wednesday
I '. (J. 1 'Ah V
HOOD Hlvr.lt I'.u ', - "'";"'
i nrsi ana iihmi i
mouth In oud Fellow
V. H. BI.AOO, C. C.
. WAIT, Clclt.
.77,; .. ,"::, : .7i, i u m i cm. wom kn of
H iV. ,..i,,rf-,i,.isai K. of I'. 1'all n the
Nki.i.ik iioi,l.o ki.i., Civrk.
.,,......,ui i.i.. 1 1 ,i.,:r no. as A. O. II. W.
Meet" tirst' and ihird Haluidays of each
monih. t . I,, ioiu.li, M. w.
i.' it uhaiii.ky. r limac -r
CUKHVKK HIII'TR. R"OI,ier.
HI VKHS1DK LolMIK No
Honor. A. O. I!, W . Ale
40, 11KUKKK Ol'
cis llrsl uud third
isutuidaj s at 8 ii. in.
Miss Doha Corn K, I
uio i'uniK I ol'I'l.K. Kettiiui-r.
. of H.
o7nif;lX'oF" W Ai-dl INOloN HOOD R1VF.R
I'nion No. UJ-Miel in K. oi r. nan
iioud and fourth Saturday in each month
at 7::iU p. ni. K. 1- Root), President.
c. I1. liAKi.N.Sccrctiiry.
... .... . --iT-.TTo V KiTlitl. (TNlTF.l) ART-
ihollrsi and third Wednes
lav wi.li: ., coud and loui th Wednesday
AruLnV hull. J. 11. KollKKG, M. A.
0.1). IlK.NKI' II, Herniary. .
CTiUKT m.oMifV Kit NO. 4i, FORKSTKIW
..I Ainrrii ii.-Mceti. t-econd and l..urtli Mon
itavs in earn iiuuili In K. oi i'. hall.
K. C. r.Hosn s. V.
CA:vllV I'OM'l. Ml
in. ii. A
A. o. L. V. . l-ali,
,,nil and louriu muur-
days of each in
(i. A. H. lliUlile
mill t 2 o'clock p. in. AH
is In vi led to meet wr.o u.
I. I'lim.ra, Commander.
Thomas (iosn .,ijuiaiii.
CMIY W. It ' N. II- MEETS SECOND
and loiiriiiSBlur iKihof euch Month In A.
o. I!. V. hall . i'. in. ,, ....,
1 i.i.i. . ili.ou Kits, President.
Ll.ZIK tiWi, Sr. i-l:,ry
MiH'ta al I In- K.
I-. CAMP No. 34IK1, R. N. A.
I', uall on Hie second and
t cc.'ii month.
,lll:S t AUllIK HllOSlLS, O.
Mum. Ei.i.a Dakin, it corded
Wacna TsMi-LK No. ii. Kiithbone Slslers.
Meets secon . ami lourtli Thursdays of euch
monih. AMAN1IA WlllTKIIKAI.,M.b.U
Stki.i.a Rich akiison , M. ol R. & c.
DR. W. T. ROWLEY,
PHYSICIAN. Slil.tiKON, OCCUUST
Olllce plionr mil.
Residence phone SH',3.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SL'KdKON.
Teli phoiies: Olllcp, Jul: residence, nil.
Sl ltGKON u. U. A N. Co.
JRS. MAKY JOHNSON, M.J).
Physician and burgeon.
Olllces ami Residence In E. L. Smith Hulldlng
over First -V U ll ink. Enirance, icar
ol Ijiu.k, on Third St.
H. L. DUMBLE,
rilY.SK I AN ND SUKUKOX.
Hucxi-sMir i" l-r. M. F. Sliuw.
Calls pmiupllv ,.u- i ?d in Uiwn or country,
Telciihones: lies' , nee, (ill: OlMce, Iil3.
Oilier In ilc i losius Hulldlng.
DF M. A- SMOOT,
I u i iliim School of Osteopathy,
.. .-Mile, .Mo.
. ,. i;. limns 0 and 7. '''el. IhiKi.
i i R, OREGON.
DR. J. LDQINQT0N,
Physician and Surgeon
Oliice t-ver tlie J irat National bunk.
A. F. ROWLEY,
OfTireln the Smith liullilinu. Phone 9iil.
Specialist on Crown ami in mge Work.
Telephones: olll"i-, ail; residence, 'M.
Office over Hunk Ring.' Hood River, ore.
E. H.HART WIG,
M'iil I'i.tctico in At! (uuiU.
fflce wirn Ufo. 1). Ctitbtrihou
Lertluns, Ab;Lrat:is, JH tiltniciiL
ilOOb KJVUi. OKI'
JOHN LELAND IIKNDErvX
ATTOBNKY-AT LAW. ABSTRACTER, NO
TARY Pl'HLlU and KKAL
For SI jeara a resident of Oregon and Wash
luton. Has bud many years expe"en la
L Al Kitate matien, as abstractor, searcher ol
lltles and agent, batlslaction guaranteed or
AbelracU Furniihed. Money Loaned.
Hood River, Oregon.
r C. BR081U8, M. D.
" PHYSICIAN AND 6CRQE0N.
Tbone Central, or 121.
OrEc Honra: 10 to 11 A. M.; J to I
and 8 to 7 P. M.
ns j;aiu;i:u shop
IIAYNE3 4 GREY, Piori.
The place to iret an eaay ihave, an n-t-da
Aalr cut, and to enjoy the luxury ! a aoroelala !
bath tub. I
Quick and siiti.-fuctory work. Two bath
tnl in connection.
RUSSELL & RICS, Props.
Arrival and Drparture of Mails.
The postomre is open dally between 8 a. m.
and II n. m.; Sunday from 12 to 1 o'clock. Mails
for the East close at 11.20 a. m., H.20 p. m. and
V p. m.; for the WeM, at 2.40 p. m. and I p. m.
The curriers on R. K. 1). routes No. 1 and I!
leave the postofflce at S.30 a. m. Mall leaves
For Mt. Hood, dally at 12 m.; arrives 10.20
For Underwood, Wash., at 12 m., Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays; arrives same days
at 11 a. m.
For White Halinon, Wash., dally at 12 in.;
arrives at 11 a. m.
For Hood River, dally at a. m.; arrives at
?;or ilusnm, Trout Lake and Guler.Wasb.,
dally at 7.3U a. m.j arrives 6 p. m.
For Olenwood, Kulda and Gilmer, W ash.,
dally at 7.30 a. in.; arrives at S p. m.
For Pine Flat nd Mnowden, Wash., at 1 p.
m. Tuesdays and Saturdays; arrives same
Hova ut 1 in
For Bingen, daily at 4. p. m.j arrives at
0. K. & N. TIME TABLE,
No. 2, Chicago Kiieclal, 11:43 a. ni.
No. i, SiKikane Flyer, 8:40 p. m.
No. tl, Mail and Express, 10:40 p. m.
No. 24, Way Freight, 12:15 p. m.
No. 22. Fast Freight, 4:05 a. m.
No. 1, Portland Special. 2:511 p. m.
No. 3, Portland Flyer, 5:) a. m.
No. 5, Mall and Express. 4:4 a. in.
No. 23, Way Freight, :25 a. m.
No. 5ft, Fast Freight, 1:05 p. iu.
and Union Pacific
3 Trains to the East Daily
Thronirh Pnllmnn standards and tourist
leeplng cars dally to Omaha. Chicago, Spo
kane; tourist steepinir cars dally to Kansas
Cltv; throiieh Pnllmsn tourist sleeplnit ear
(nersonsallv conducled) weekly to Chlrairo.
Rpcllninit chair cars (seats free) to the East
:16 a. m.
gait iAke, Denver,
Ft. Worth, uraatia,
Kansas City, til.
alt Lake, Denver,
H. Worth, Omaha,
Kansas City, Ht.
Walla Walla, Lewis
la(. Pul 1 m a n,
Paul. Duluth, MIL
FOR ASTORiA andftOO P. M.jo:!) P. M.
way points, connectlmr! Dally Dally
with Nteainer for II'-aeol except except
and North Meschstenm-i Sunday, Sunday
er nassaio, ash street sainrtinv.
dock (walcr per.) j 10:00 P. M
FOR Dayton, Oreiton 1M A. M. 15:30
City and Ynmhlll Rlv
er points. Ash street
dock (water per.J
FOR LEW ISTON.
1:10 A. M. About
Idaho, and wsy points,
Monday, 6 (10 P. M.
irom uiparia, wusii
edn d y Tuesday,
A. L. CRAIO,
Gf nsrsl Pussrur Agent, Portlaa, Of
T.J. KINNA1ED, Agent, Hood Bl sr.
YOU WILL BE SATISFIED
WITH YOUK JOL'HNEY
If ymir tickets ivail over the Denver
ami liio Gruml ' liailmnil, the
"Scenic Line of I lie World,"
There ure io many si-enic iiltractions
anil pointH or Interest along the line
between O'ten and Denver that
the trip uevi r eeoniea lirewmie.
If votl are iroinK Kast, write for Infor
mation ntul net a pretty book that will
. M .11 ..i. .... ! .
iru iiu an unoui ii.
W. C. McllKIDE, General Agent,
K'4 Third Street,
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plates.
Treatment of diseased teeth and gums
Olllre Iirnsins ISuildine, Plume 0!)1
M. E. WELCH,
THE VEIKIIIN ANY Sl IUiKON.
Im nrt-iiHril u An ntiv work in the vetrin-
laryltne. H nn ftmnd y culling at or
I plionlng lo rtarke k druit more.
Joseph A. Wilson
Wooden Water Pipe
Over Spot Cash Corner Grocery Store
E. I., smith,
E. O. lil.ANCHAK
The First National Bank
OF HOOD RIVElt, OREGON.
Capital ami Surplus, $30,000.
Established.) line 1, 1904.
P. M. HALL-LEWIS"
Civil and Architectural Engineer
Office, Second St., adjoining Waueonin Hotel.
Residence alter April Ul, Country Club Inn.
HOOD KIVI'R, OKKOON.
JOSEPH A. WILSON
Developed Water Power
for sale. I'lirtics (It-Hiring power for
rDftiiufaoturiiig purposes! will do well to
write to liitn.
R. P. 0RR,
Hrick-work, IMastcriii"- and
STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
IJOOI) KIVKK, OliKCON.
Plahi and Eitimatii FciHHHaD.
J. F. STRANAHAN,
Of 25 yean' experience. Will fur-
Blih plana and apecin.cai.iona ,r ...
kinds of bufldinBi. Strictly up to data.
Located at Ilooa Kiver.
E. A. SOULE,
Plans and Estimates Furkisiikh
Upon Application. di
FREDFRICK & ARNOLD,
Estimatei furnished on all kindiof work
Phrjiuu- Arnold. Main St.
Frederick. Mali. -Kn
BELIEU & SANDERS,
e-I'I.ANH AND KMTIMATKS FU KNIHIt KD "S
SIM0NT0N & SONS
Architects and Builders.
Decorative Paiiitinifniid I'liprr lliiinrliii;
Plans furnished. IMimatt-H care
HOOD RIVER, OREOON.
FRAZIER & SON,
Flue and Fin-place Work a specially.
HOOD IUVKR, OKKOON.
W. E. PENNELL,
Window nml lloar Xrrttiix, Wiitilow
and Door Friimrn,(iiifr. mid Sinn: Fir
turm. I'ldioMrrinit and Furniture :
jmirini), Carjii t Jhixtinrj, Clciiii and
Layiny. iioou mvei , ure.
Hood River Marble Works
Am projKiivd to pxtfuto
all ordors for granite ninl
marble work, iiioiiuniciitu,
Also contnict for nil kinds
of stone masonry, con
All Wasco enimiv warrants registered prior
to Mulch 1. l'.nl'i, will la- paid on presi nliillon
al my oin. e, Dili n sl ceases idler Mi rcliia,
IWIfi. Al. . DdNNKI.I..
JS coiiuiy 'i'li-iisnier.
T7UKF.KA .MICAT MAUKET,
Mc(iril(K BROS., Propi.
Iiealart In Frtah and Cured Meat!, Lard,
foultrf, KnittH and Vegetable!.
Aii kinds o, ei.rcl
from old carpet.
U.K. Id. us made
Hood Itiver Heights,
Hood Kiver Directory.
The Glacier dircrtory nf Il-xxt Uivr city
Hini vnlli'V, tin t m:.p; i.wlntf Uwntlnn f
farm, will) ownt-r' tiHiuf', ItK-utwin of
strcHiim und onnty roiiflu, Im n w ri'inly for
rtlstrlhittlon. Trie SI W. (ilaripr. HihmI
I am ln.-uiufaoturiiijr at my
yard near Colutiibia iiurscn
south of town, asfim; a (iual-
ity of conmion nnck as wm
be found in thf slate. Have
200,000 to :500?000 brick on
hand for inspection. Price
at yard !fS jer thousand.
Come out to the yard and
Bee how we make brick.
a. t. zi:i:k.
NOTICE FOR Pl'lil.IC'ATION.
Department or the Interior. Ijtnd l mice at
Tin- l'allea, oniroii, Mav 1, luifi.
Ni.li.-e is hrrrtiv eiven llnn the lollowiiur-
nsined settler lisstlled noinr of lii Inli iiilnu
to niake tlnal priMif In "upport ol his elaiin.
and thai said final proof lw made In-fore
Ueo. T. I'nillier. 1'nlH'd Mules eninnils.lon, r:
al his olllce In Hood Itiver, rcKon, on .liny a.
lliiV v :
I'lIAULKS A. SI I l ls,
of Hood Hlver, Oregon, on II K. So. snss, for
lots:t, d II and ll, oiweiion iu, lowusnip i
norih, riii'Ki- le-i-t'st. W. M.
lie nunies the (oliowlln; wHik'sm-s to prove
his eontlinunis rcsldBn-c upon im culilvutlon
ot'sitid land, viz:
W'llilnhi Hi dMin, ( linriev siiiiumi, .1 ihn ll
llll-tiom snd I'linl Auherl, nil of Hood Itiver,
Iir-2r,1l Mil llAr.i. i. .m'i. a.-n. r.i'ii(er.
KXEt'UfOR's Mil ICE.
Notice lalierehy itiven thai Hie nndersiKiicd
have teen smiuloted ei'fiiMn ot the last will
and testament of I'eter V Kmi.Non, dccciiM-d,
and all parties having; i linnis n .'Kinsl ihe es
tate ol Kiild deccHMed ure ii'iei- required to
present llieln, Willi Ihepiopi r vonehera, with
in six months from the (' -Ii' of Mils nonce lo
said exeenlors at the olid'e of (n oryt' ll. Cul-
berlson In Hood Hlver, , useoeoluily.onvon.
Dated at Hood Itiver this Kill diiyof May,
mi (iKdHUK D. ('I'l.lll'KTSdN,
.1 AMW KNHill I ,
Kxccnlors of Hie hist will and leliiioent of
Pcler Krederli k K Hudson, dfccacil mil JS
Notice is herehv a-iven that iin li'i noil in nuisu-
anc of an onler of Ihe County I'-uurt of i he State I
of Oregon for the County of Vvasi'o. tii.itlt' on the
6th day of July. i-.HH, the imili-rMifiitl. uiliinnis-
Irntor of Ihe .'suite at John W. Mul ollv. lirt'easisl.
on Saturday the 16th day of July. Iwift, at Ihe hour
of one o clock p, m., at the (-entity eourt hoiie
disir iu Dalles City, in Was u County, tlret-ou. will
sell at public auction the followinx descrilRHl real
estate helonKiliH- to the estate of said deceased,
to-wit: The south half of the northeast quartet
and the north half of the souiheurt miaiii'
of section eleven, in township one north, ranici'
ten cast. W. M. !
The terms of said sale will la-41) percent of Ihe 1 A KOod I'lillilM Ct livclltloil, llll(lr till)
sellinir price, cash in hand at the lime of the sale. : axXHnWt f tl,( llnlu llld Hssocilltioil,
;10 per cent in one year thereafter, and ltd per cent . ii .., i. ,.i i; .,-.1....
it, two years thereafter, w u h mleresl at S periwlH l'e I1'1'1 1:1 1 100 1 Klv'1- bltUirday,
cent per annum on naal defi insl p.nynienls. j J 11110 17. Ti ll (dticilll national Hood
Said sale will lw made suhject to conlirmation i Kondx s el- i:, 1. new cm'OlltO to Port -bVahu4'aUtrtHond
Itiver, 0,,rn, this 7lh dni of llld, 1.PI0 UlC Piicillc COHst national
March. lUUS. GK(). T. I'UATIIKIt. "d roilils C( lltclltioll will llO lll'ld
JPM ... .... Administrator. I J,l6 alltl 21. ill COIllK-otiOIl with
NOTICE FOU PCllEICATIO.N.
,.. , ... i held tlirco sosMiins lero that duy.
Department of the Interior, land Office ut he; th . i ,.i.,n, ,j onnstriictinir
Dalles. On-Kon, May 10, lw... Mctflodh hllll i, I1M OI t OUhCrilCtlUK
Notice is hereby iriven that (he following ncmed I plod rtlllilH adl''t()ll t() OOIldltioilH 111
settler has hli-d notice of his intention to mcke j t j8 Vall(-V tt ill ho (lifCllssod and (-X-final
prisif in support of his claim, at,;l said proof , . , i.ju ,.,;,, ,,,luturlii
will lie made in-fore the reirisle and receiver, al I 1,11,1(1 "l tlUli ''HVl lltll nU llltor 111
The Dalles. (Ire., on June SUli. P'
JACOU CAKL, 1.1 ( Al'CIIEV.
of Mosier. (Ireiron; on H. K. No. ilii.'s. for the
:t, 4 and S'i N W ' ,, of Section 2, Tp. 1 N
Raimell V... W. M.
He names the following wit ihv.scs to prove his
continuous residence upon anil cultivation of said
land, viz: S. D. Fisher. Kdvanl Davidson, Charles
Stark; I'rice Hunter, all of Mumit, Orewon.
inlUjlB MICHAEL T. NiH.AN. Register.
Timber and Homestead
I liavi' for Incut iitn soint' I'lioic nppU InndH
and tliniir ('Inline; also i i s 1 1 ; 1 1 1 J j i n t und
laud to hit I pi . Call on "r ad'fnr,.,,
Jioiiil Hivcr, Ore.
Rl!H. I'llOlIC o"li.
JUDGE J.J. hlRSHEiMER,
..Pension and Patent Attorney..
223 Washington St., Portland, Ore.
IVnslniH iiinler lii-m-rnl l,nw nml
iimlcr the Act of .lime 27. IsiHI.
Indian War Pensions, Increase nf pensions,
fill her, niolher. dependent and helpless child,
ren pension; Nurses pensions; widow s res
(minion In pension roll; descried wife's hnlf
pension; llouulii's und arrears of pension.
CliiU iii s id' I)c-c rt ioi i Ciii'i'i'i-li-d.
CliiioiH of nil kinda taken nitiiinat tlie
I' idled Stiiti-H and proHPciitcd.
At Iluiid Uivcr cvory tuiii Ui Saturday
in i-iicli inn. ill
Fop Irrigation of City Lots
Notice should he given fit the oflicc of
Ihe l.lijht ni'd Water Co. when water
is used for nirinklinis. We mv xiirink-
lill',' liccaiiK- it is the onlv niclhod liv
w hich we nj.'ro(? to fiiniish water for irri
gation. Heware of tho man with the
wrench. If thin point is overlooked, like
wifo the proper time to ppiinkle as no
further notice will lie given.
(..'onsiinicrs wlioso residence front the
fonth sides of the streets named In low
will sprinkle between hours of 5 mid 11
a. in. ; those on the north tide between
,'! mid !l p. in. ; Columbia, Itiver, Oak
and State streets, and Sherman anil Ha
In case of alarm of fire all sprinkling
should he stopped promptly.
K. K. (i()KI Mlt
tiii'l'. but in
NOT IN (iET-
A fi'ood way to keep
money is to deposit part
of your earniiifi's each
week in a Havings bank.
Iu this way you notnnly
keep i! , hut vou make it
I V.'.- i.
liiviieyuii I o open an
ount v" 1 1 1 1 us, no in jj t -
ins ioir Mitmll vi in l- ii-i T-ii
infrs, or how little you
are nine io keep.
Interest paid on deposits
of One Dollar or more.
Start vour boys and
irls on the road to pros
perity by deposit intone
t miliar to tneircretiii ain
O sec i,i r i n a Recording
t Safe in which they may
) dejiosit their enrninjrs.
First National Bank.
IsJ SIT a
GOOD ROADS CONVENTION
HOOD RIVER, SAT. JUNE 17
Officers of National
During the Day
PROMINENT MEN ARE COMING
President Moore nnil Party will Ar
rive in Hit- Moiiiiiisf on
i tho Lew i- tuid Cl;u k expiraitinu, will
reach this citv S tiivdnv iiiorninu. and
o Hi'iism a coin-truclioii Irani oi en-
cei'H nnil loinl tiiillddi'H will atop at
linod Kiver und construct a niodol
i do of whnt tlio milionid association
(-i lls 'ood rimd, nt n point in the val
ley lo lie (k'sini.tcd hy the olliciid
Anions tho otllccrs of tho national
association who will lie present are
tho Hon. Martin Dodo, director of
tin- olllce of pulilio roads inntiiries,
United Stiites Kovcrnme'it ; Hon. W.
II. Moore, president of tho nntiounl
association, lending oniKiiners, lectur
ers and experts, who will outline and
dh-ciiss practical ir.othods of road
Lust Situiiliiy ufternoon, a call
mi'i'tiiiK of ImsineHs men and farmers
in the rooms of the Unnimeroial club
was addressed by Wellington K.
Ijoucka, orianizer of tho Nutionul
llood lionds assoeiatloii whoexidiiined
the good roHdti movement, and the
orient worth it is to Hood JUver to
s cure this convention here,
Mr. Loucks stated that the Hood
loads olllci'.ds, who were imikinK the
trip in a special train to the Lewis
and Oliuli lair, whore they will hold a
I'ucilic coast convention, were the
Hiiei-ts during the trip of tho llarrl
n:nn railroad ollloiuls. Mr. Loucks
hud just l ieu to Portland, where, in
confeieii' e with the olllciids of the
(). I!. A N. in that city, he had been
directed to llood Itiver, as tho host
point between Pendleton and Portland
for the lolding of a ood roads con
viction. Here, the railway otllcials
believed the people would Co operate
with the uatoniil associiit ion for object
lessons in good road making, and the
coustiiii'timi ot a hnlf mile or more
of experimental road bed. In order
to ronii! to Hood Kiver, the speaker
said the association would he forced to
ton-go holding a like convention at
Si okiiuo, to which city tho association
had been invited.
At, Hi i conclusion of Mr. Loucks'
address, Leslie llutler moved that the
oiler to come to llood Kiver lie ac
cepted, and that a formal invitation
be extended to President W. 11. Mooro
nod tiin tisfir-.tHtits
to hold the good
roads convention here, and that the
mass meeting of citizens pledge &SX)
to defray the expenses of the visit of
the national good roads olllcials.
-Tlie motion carried with enthusiasm,
and other motions for tho appoint
ment of tho necessary committees as
outlined by Mr. Loucks went through
iu due form. A motion then Carried
that when the mooting adjourned, it
meet again 8 o'clock Tuesday even
ing, when the plans for the convention
would he further completed.
"The national good road? movement
began at ( hicago in W'0," m'd Mr.
Loucks, "when a large convention wa
held by men from all pnrts of tbe
United States, and the National Oood
KomIs n-Riicintion was formally organ-i'.-eil,
and a campaign fur good roads
b(i.'i:u in (iiinesi.
" I he subject of good roads received
much attention from tiie early presi
dents, and shortly lifter the establish
ment of goieiirneiit, the construction
of a public highway was started from
Cumberland, Md., westward. Thin
road rorichcd 'iindiilia, 111., by IWKJ,
when tie work was interrupted by
tin? rapid advancement of railroads.
Prom that day until within the past
year or two the national government
and the peopl- of tbe country took
but slight interest if any Iu good
"Today ti e movement hug acquired
si:(h a momentum that nearly otory
-hilo in the union has good roads or
ganizations 'The state of New York
Las appropriated if-Vl, OHIKX) for the
( om-.ti iu tion of roads in that state.
Th') di'i i itn int of agriculture in New
York, under whose direction the road
building Is proceeding, Is today Bend
ii g rot literature inviting homeseek
ers to return to good old York, where
it has been possible hy ini'iuis of the
good roads for farmers to acquire
comfortable homes with all the advan
tages of good schools, churches and
"New York has now under way a
movement to secure a state appropria
tion of !?d,.VHi mm for six yearn for
good roads. Think of it. will you, six
and one half million dollars a year for
six years for the building of good
rouds! Other states have made large
appropriations for good roads, Little
Ithody coming to the front with WX),
(). "This good roads convention which
1 hope you will secure for thin city
will be the grandest event in tho bis
tory of the community. The railroads
have assured me they will grant re-
OFFICIAL GOOD ROADS CONVENTION
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF
The National Good Roads Association,
The Honorable Mayor and City Officials of Hood Ri ver,
The County Court and Road Officials of Wasco County,
The Hood River Commercial Club,
The Hood River Fruit Growers' Union,
The Hood River Apple Growers' Union, and
The Railways and all other important interests,
CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO ATTEND THE
NATIONAL GOOD ROADS CONVENTION
TO BE HELD IN
HOOD RIVER, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1905.
Organization for Good Roads is the chief object of this Convention.
The Official National Good Roads Special is en route to
Portland where the Pacific National Good Rouds Conven
tion will be held June 22nd, 23rd and 24th, in conjunction
with the Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition. The
Good Roads Special, carrying officers of the National Good
Roads Association, the Hon. Martin Dodge, Director of the
Office of Public Road Inquiries, U. S. Government, leading
engineers, lecturers, and road experts, will stop one day
at Hood River and hold three meetings, 10:00 A. M., 2.00
P. M. and 8:00 P. M.
Will you attend and bring your friends, and help or
ganize your community? Everybody wants Good Roads.
This is the greatest industrial movement of the age,
is vital to the welfare of your home and your business
Come and bring your friends. Ladies cordially invited.
THIS FOR GOOD ROADS
GOOD ROADS, OFFICIAL CONVENTION
TO BE HELD IN
HOOD RIVER, OREGON, SATURDAY. JUNE 17, 1905.
Program will open by E. L. Smith, chairman of meeting
Invocation By Rev. W. C. Gilmore
Address of Welcome Mayor A. S. Blowers
Address of Welcome on behalf of the Hood River Com
mercial Club Hon. A. A. Jayne
Address of Welcome from the county
Hon. A. E. Lake, County Judge
Response Col. W. H. Moore, Pres. Nat' 1 Good Roads
Association S u bject
"The National Good Roads Movement"
A ppoin tmentof Com m it tees
Address. .. Hon. Chas. G. Canfield, Cleveland, O., Coun
sel Nat'l Good Roads Ass'n Subject " Taxation "
Recess to 2:0O P. M.
2:00 P. M., Address. ..Hon. Martin Dodge, Director Of
fice Public Road InquiriesU. S. Government, Wash
ington, D. C, Subject "Education
and Experimental Work of the Government Division "
Address Hon. Wm. Bradburn, Consulting Engineer
Nat'l Good Roads Ass'n Subject
"Practical Road Construction"
Vocal Solo Mrs. Jayne
Five Minute Talks by Delegates
Vocal Solo.-- - ...Murray Kay
Address Col. T. P. Rixey of Missouri, Lecturer Nat'l
Good Roads Ass'n -.Subject-... " LegislaLi "
Reports of Committees, Resolutions; Organization
Recess to 8.00 P. M
Stereoptlcon Lecture Col.
duced rates from all points within 50
or perhaps 75 miles to people who will
want to attend the convention in this
city. Your invitation committee must
get busy at once and see to it that a
large attendance is secured at thia con
vention It la not for the good of the
ollk-ers of the national association that
this meeting is lie lug arranged here,
but for the instruct ion, education and
lusting benefit of llood Hlver."
GOOD ROAD OFFICIALS
ABOARD SPECIAL TRAIN
When asked concerning the organiza
tion of a Good Koiids association in
Hood Kiver, Wellington K. Loucks, na
tional organi.er for Ihe association, wilh
headquarters at St. I nuia, stated that
the National Oood Hoods association
originated iu Chicago, in I'.HJO, with
President W. H. Moore as its ollicinl
Continuing his conversation with a
(ilarier reporter, Mr. Iiucks said:
"The National organization was the
outgrowth of the inter-state association
which ('olonel Monro organized in 1890.
In 18118, in conjunction wilh Roy Stone
mid olliers, tbe Colonel assisted in se
curing the introduction of the mad do
paMmciit in conned ion with agricul
ture, since which time tbe road depart
ment of the oliice of Public Komi In
quiries lias issued numerous bulletins
and nniphlets on the subject of road
liuildiiig. and has operated n construc
tion train to demonstrate object lesson
r mis n dill'i-reiit parts of the country, i
"Th - Honorable Martin Dodge is at
1 1 ii- lien-1 of ibis office of mad inquiry,"
added .Mr. Iz-ucks, "and he is on the
olli. i il sih-c'bI which it is proposed to
i..p in llood Kiver on Saturday next,
iu onli-r to hold a day's convention at
"'inin WOO", explained the (lood
Hold-' organizer, "numerous itineraries
have been arranged for over leading
trui. k I ne- in th" interest of country
iii.tds aiel i- tv street improvements.
A rc.id iliisvear (our itineraries have
j.. Male Quartet
W. H. Moore Subject
"The Roads of The World"
lieen undertaken, (inn on the M. K. & T.
railroad through Missouri, Kuiihus, the
Indian Territory and Texas and a sec--
ond on the International A Great North
ern through Texas, Arkansas and over
the Illinois Central to Union Koue,
Louisiana, where a great soul hern con
vention wis helil in last April.
"Another itinerary was over tlie Il ir
lington system in Illinois. On the L'L'iid
of Mav the present Itinerary was start-d
from ((Heine, Wisconsin. On the 2jth,
tlie good roads special left the citv ol'
Chicago, milking the first atop at pri
ntout, Nebraska, where a great meeting
for good roads was held. It trnv t d
thence lo North 1'lutt, and then din-i-.lv
into Utah where conventions wen- 1 I
organizing Ogdcn, Ligan, 1'iovo und
Salt Lake City. In the capital the slaio
convention was held organizing 1'inii
for good roads.
"Leaving Halt Lake Ciiy, it proceeded
to Poratello, and thence to Idaho Pali-,
after which it whirled onward making
its next halt ot Weiser. On Friday an I
Saturday it was at Itoise. Sundny ilm
special will reach Pendleton, w lien i
convention will be held on M u l.i .-.
Tuesday it will go to Walla Will's, th u
to Moscow, Idaho, where five i ouui .-t
will be centered in a great comcuiii. i,
the object Ix-ing to establish good roieli
in Northern Idaho.
"Leaving Moscow, the spv'.d . ill
proceed on its way to Portlan I, ej.m,
w here the Pacific National G io . ll uds
convention is to be held, begint in with
June 21 and terminating on ,1 me 21.
Knroute to Portland, the sp c ml will
spend Salutduy at the con vent ion in
i "The special carries witli it iln-oHi-'
cials of the National Go id Komls Aiso
nation, including Preddent H'. .
Moore, the Hon. Martin Dodge, di rector
of the -of lice of public road iimeiries of
the United States government, the Hon.
William liradliorn, of Texas, consulting
engineer, Colonel T. P. Hixev, national
lecturer of the National Good Road n
soeiation, Hon. Charles G. Canfielil,
counsel of the National Oood Roads as
sociation, whose officers and headquar-r-
at Cleveland, Ohio, Pro'e-Hor Frank
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