The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, June 22, 1905, Image 1

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VOL. XVII.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON, JUNE 22, 1905.
No. t
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SOCIETIES.
HOOD RIVKK IJIMiK NO. 105, A. K. and A.
A. M. Meets .HatnriiHy evening on or before
Mill lull moon. Tki man IIutlki:, W. M.
A. 1). Mok, Hecreljiiy.
HOOD KIVKKCH AITKIl NO. 27. R. A. M.
MeutstirHt ami tlilfti Krtday nlg-tilsor each
nonlh. K. ('HA.Nlil.KIt, H. I'.
A. 1. Mok, Siwretury.
HOOK KIVKK CHAITKR NO. 25, O. E. ft.
Meets second anil lourlh Tuesday evening
ofeucli month. Visitors cordially welcomed.
MlW. .1.1.. 1IKKSHNKR, W. M.
Mas. Thkuksa Castsku, Secretary.
IllI.KWlI.DK I.OllOK NO. 107, I. O. O. F
Meets hi Kniti'iiml lull, every Thursday
nlghl. WM. Uam.ek, n. .
H. C. Hmith, SteereUiry
KltF.N KNCAMP.MKNT, NO. 4S, I. O. O. K.
KcKiilur meeting m'ond unrt fourth Mondays
of each month. 1.. K. Moksk, C. F.
h R. Kstruan, Scribe.
LAUREL UK1SKKAH DKOUKK I.ODUE NO.
Ml, I. o. o. K. Meet nistund third Krtdayn
In eiu'h month.
Mas. K. W. ITiiKi.!., N. Q.
Mu PottA TiioMsoN.cereliiry.
VA."i:o.lA I.OIxiK NO. 30, K. OK P.
Mts In K. ol I'. hall every I'uiw.lay n:ght.
V. I'. Buot'K, C. 0.
H- T. IieWitt, K. of R. und S.
HOOD R1VKR ( AMI', NO. M. W. A.
Meets III K. of 1'. Imll every Wednesday
night. L'HAs. Jonkh, V. C.
0. U. DAkin, Clerk.
HOOD RIVKK CAM I1, NO. 770, W. O. W.
Muets ou tirst aim third Tutwduy of each
mouth in odd Kellown' hall.
K. 11. Ulaug, (I. C.
II. W. WAiT.CIeik:
HOOK IUVK1K llifl.K W.m, WO.MKNOr
Wom'eiMfi-Meela nt K. of I'. hull on the
llrstund Thud Kri.in.vs of eueh month.
I.knoka Si l nil, U. N,
NKI.I.IK HiU.I-owKI.I., Clerk.
RIVKHH1DK l.oliK.NO. IM A. O. U. W.
Meets ttrsl and tiiird Kuturduya of each
month. C. I.. coi-fi.K, M. W.
K. R. HllAhl.FY, Kliwl.e er
l.'UKSTKU SHI Tli, Kei . ml er.
Kl VKIW1DK I.ODOK NO. 40, DKUKKK OK
Honor, A. O. I'. W. -.Meets flrat and third
Saturdays ut 8 . in.
M IHN COHA I III'I'I.IC, ('. of II.
Miss CAitiiiKCoiM-i.K, Recorder.
ORDKROK "WAHIHNUTON HOOT) R1VKR
Union No. 142-Meel ill K. of P. hull the
second uud fourth Saturdays In each month
ut 7::s0 p. in. K. Ij. RooU, President.
C. V. I'AKIN, Hecretiiry.
oijKj a Ak7ridVV" no. ha, V n I'TK'lT A Kt-Ikois.-Mc.
i liiertrsl and third Wednes
day, woik: -. cond and luurtii vveniiesiiiij
Artisans' linn. .1- M. KoHKKU, M. A.
C. H. Hknhh h, Seen laiy.
couTti "iii ol' Hi i:r No.'4i"VoiiKsTKits
of Ainrii. u, -Meets second und toiirth Mon
days In earn neill h in K. oi I'. hall.
tifcO. K. SOMlhK, C. R.
K, C ltKoHlfs, r. i1.
canuv ri ..-r. nV. h;.iT. a r.-mkets at
A. o. U. V . hail, second uud lotirth Satur
days of each nth at 2 o'clock p. m. All
U. 'a. R. numbers Invited to meet with us.
A. I.. 1'iiF.i.rs, I'oiuniander.
Thomas Ooss .aujiiihui,
CAN BY' W. 11. I ., No. It MEETS SECOND
und loiirtn .aiiii'imsot each Mouth In A.
O. U. W. imll at '! i. in.
i.i i.kn Ili.owKKS, President.
I.lltlK tiliK, Si-.'l. htry
MOUNTAIN IIOVIK CAMP No. SMI, R. N. A.
Meets ut the K. ol I' Hall on the second and
fourth KiiGiiys.ii each month.
MIM. ( AKKIK BROHIl'S, 0.
Miw. Ei.I.A Dakin. R eorder.
Waiisa Tkmci.k No. ii. Rslhbone Hlslcrs.
Meets seeuu and loiirlh Thursdays of each
month. AMANDA WlllTKllKAl), M.E.O.
ft TKI.I.A ItH'HAKIiSON, M. of 11. U.
"dr. wTtTrowley,
l'MYSICIAN, SL'JUiKOX, OCLTLIST
Ottlce in Hi n i Hi llulldiug.
Otllce phone Mil. Residence phone St3.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAX AND HL'RCiEOX.
Telephones: OHlce. 281; ruatdenee, 811.
HUUUEON O. B. N. Co.
JflRS. MAUY aOUNSON, M.J).
Physician and burgeon.
Offices and Resilience ir E. L. Smltli Building
over rirst t. iatiic. jMitruticc, reur i
ol b.iek, on Tiiird St. ;
I'.miie ail.
H. L. DOMBLE,
I'HVSIUI.W iNi) SUKCiKON.
.Succc.ssoi u. l-l. M. F. Shaw.
Calls promptly answ. i nl in town or country,
Day .i. Night.
Telephones: lie-i i, m e, (ill: otllce, 018.
Ollice In tin i.i'isuis Building.
DR, M. A SMOOT,
Osteopathic Physician.
Graduate. f .m ticau School of Osteopathy,
.. tville, Mo.
Brosius I. .. Ii ooins d and 7. Tel. 1033.
P . i-.B, UREOON.
DR. J. EDGINGTON,
Physician and Surgeon
Ollice over the First National bunk. !
DR. A. F. ROWLEyT!
Ofttceln the Smith ltuilding. l'lione,l !
C H. JENKIaMsS, D.M.D.
HlH?clnllston Crown and l.i idgc Work.
Telephones: o'Hce, 281; residence, SH.
Oince over Bank Bldg. Hood River, ore.
E.H.HART WIG,
LAWYEK.
Will Practice In All Court.
Office won (u. li. cuibci son A Co. Col
lections, ALlslit.cis, fteltleinei.. o Kslutcs.
HOOK hlVt.lt. OKbwI.x.
JOHN LELAND HENDEKtON
ATTORN KY-AT-LAW. AB8TRACTKB, HO-
-1A&X ri'rii.iv sun u
E STATS AUINT.
For M years a residaut of Oragos and Wash
ington. Has Baa many years experience ib
ii... i v.tsta matters, as abstractor, aearcher ol
titles and agent, ttattsfaolion guaranteed or
no charge.
A.. JAYNE.
LAWYER.
AbitrtvcU Furnished. Honey Loaned.
Hood River, Oregon.
p C. BK081TJ8, M. D.
' IHY8ICUN AND BURGEON.
I'hone Central, or 1S1.
Office I1our: 10 to 11 A. M. 1 to I
and 8 to 7 P. M.
. lu.N LAK11KK SHOP
BAVNE8 A QRKY, Paora.
The place to (t an easy share, an up-to-date
a air cu t, and to enjoy the luxury ol a aoroalala
bath tub.
THE
O.K.
BARBER
.SHOP..
Four Chairs
Quick and gatisfaetry work. Two ba'h
tun in connection.
RUSSELL & RIES, Prop.
Arrival and Departure of Mails.
HOOD RIVER.
The postofnre Is open dally between t a. ni.
and 8 p. ni.; Sunday from U tol o'clock. Mails
for the Kuat cltwe at 11. 'JO a. in., 8.20 p. in. and
9 p. m.; for the West, at 2.40 p. m. and 9 p. m.
The carriers on R. F. D. routes 'No, I and 2
leave the postorHpe at 8..W a. m. Mall leaves
For ML Hood, dally at 12 in.; arrives 10.20
a. m.
For Underwood, Wash., at 12 m., Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays; arrives amedays
at 11 a. in.
For Wblte Salmon, Wash., dally at 12 m.;
arrivesatlta.ni.
WHITE SALMON.
For Hood River, daily at t a. ni.; arrives at
2 p. m.
For llustini, Trout Lake and Oilier, Wash.,
dally at 7.30 a. m.; arrives 6 p. m.
For Ulenwood, Fulda and Gilmer, Wash.,
dally at 7.30 a. m.; arrives at 5 p. ni.
For Pine Flat slid Hnowden, Wash,, at 1 p.
m. Tuesdays and Katurduys; arrives same
days at 12 in.
For Hlngen, daily at 4 45 p. in.; arrives at
8.45 a. m.
" O. R. & N. TIME TABLK.
Bast bound
No. 2, Chicago Special. 11:43 a. ra.
No. 4, Spokane Flyer, 8:40 p. in.
No. tf, Mail and Express, 10:40 p. rn.
No. 24, Wav Freight, 12:15 p. ni.
No. 22. Fast Freight, 4:05 a. m.
West bound
No. 1, Portland Special. 2:511 p. m.
No. 8, Portland Flyer, 5::i a. m.
No, 5, Mull and Express, 4:48 a. m.
No. 28, Way Freight, (1:25 a. in.
No. 55, Fast Freight. 1K16 p. in.
Oregon
Sijopj lime
AND Union Pacific
3 Trains to the East Daily
Through Pullman standards and tourist
sleeping curs dully to omahu, Chlcugo, Ss.
ksne; tourist siecninx curs dully to Kunsas
t'lty; through Pullman tourist sleeping car
fnersonsally conducted) weekly to Chicago.
Reclining chair cars (seats free) to the East
dully.
Dat T,"e CHe0ULE$ . 1B1TI
P"1,T PortUnd, Or.
Chicago (sit Uka, Denver, 6r26p.m.
Portland rt. Worth.Omaha,
Special Kansas City, at.
1:16 a.m. Louis.Chlcagoand
via IssL
Huntington.
Atiantlo Bait Lake, Denver, IKa.m.
Eiprea Ft. Worth, Omaha,
1:15 p.m. Kansas (ity, tit.
via Louli,chkagoand
Bnntlngton. East.
Walla Wslla, Lewis
fit. Pan) ton, Spokane.Wal- 7:16a.m.
Fast Mall lace, Pullman,
t;16p. m. Minneapolis, Kt.
via paul.Iiuluth.MU
pokana waukea, Chicago
and Kait.
River Schedule.
" FOR AHTOHIA aiidSim P. "M. 5:U1 P. M
way points, connecting! Dallv Daily
with steamer for II aco excejit except
and North llesch steam.) Nun. lay, I Sumlav
er Hassulo, Ash street Saturday, i
dock (water per.) ,!0:(I0 I'. M.
FOR Dayton, Oregon 7:00 A. M.i5:80 P
i ny una lumnill mv
er ixilnls. Ash street
dock (water per.)
Dally 1 Ilallv
except except
Sunday. Sunday.
FOR I. E W I S To V j na a i K...
Idaho, and way polnta,! Monday, 600 P M
from Rlparln, Wash, i Wedn'd'y i Tuesday,
Friday, i Thursday,
I I Hunday.
A. L. CRAIO,
General Passenger Agtnt, Portlaad, Of
T.J. KINNA1RD, Agent, Hood Rivar.
YOD EL BE SATISFIED
WITH YOUR JOUIiXKY
If your ticketH feml over the Denver
and Hio (iramle Itailmixl, the
"Scenic Line of lite World,"
BECAUSE
There nrewi many scenio nltractiotiH
and points or interest along t lie line
between Ogden and Denver that
the trip nevi r Incomes tiresome.
If you are going Kant, write for infor
mation nud Ki't a pretty txxik that will
tell you all ubotit it.
W. f. MfllKIDE, General Agent,
124 Third Street,
POUT LA XI), OUIXJOX.
PR. JONES, Dentist
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plates.
Treatment of dixeuxed teeth and gtmiH.
Oniee Brosius Iiuildiim. Phone 10!)1.
M. E. WELCH,
THE YKlKltIN IKY SlR(;K0S.
Ih prtfpaml Id il miy work la lh VfttTln
nry line. Hp run tie fount, by call! life at or
ptioniute Ut ClHikfe h druif wtirp.
Joseph A. Wilson
Agent for
Wire Wound
Wooden Water Pipe
CHARACTER READING
BY
Prof. vSizer
Over Spot C8b Corner Grocery Store
K. I. Smith,
Vi'--l,rw..
K.O Bi anchak
t'lUiliier.
The First National Bank
OK HOOD KIVKK, OUKtiON.
rnpital and Surplus, jjt:tO,000.
K.stnbllKlK'ilJuiie 1, V.VI.
"p. m. hall-lewis"
Civil and Architectural Engineer
and Surveyor.
Ottlce, Second St., iiil.lulnlni; Wiuicoiiiii Hotel,
Ueaiileuee alter April 1st, Country flub Inn.
HOOP KIVKK, OKKGOX.
JOSEPH A. WILSON
II AS
Developed Water Power
for wile. Parties desiring power for
manufacturing purposes will do well to
write to liiin.
R. P. ORR,
CONTRACTOR
Ilrick-work, IMastciiii jukI
('ctnciit-woik.
STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
Contractors and
Builders
HOOD KIVKK, OKKliON.
S. H. COX
Contractors
and Builders
Plans nd Estimates Fuinibhid.
J. F. STRANAHAN,
Architect
Of 25 years' experience. Will fur
nish plans and epeciflniitions for all
kinds of buildiniis. Strictly up to date.
Located at Hood River.
E. A. SOULE,
Contractor
and Builder.
Plans and Estimates Furnished
Uion Ai-i-mcatio.n. dl
FREDFRICK & ARNOLD.
CONTRACTORS
and BUILDERS
Eitlmttei (urnielisd en all kinds of worV
l'liririuH' Arnold, Main 8,1.
i UUIICTl. Fr.Irlek. Mini
BELIEU & SANDERS,
Contractors
and Builders
W-I'LANH A Nil Ks'l'IMATKS KtMlNISH Kt) "
"SIMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
Deciiiiilive I'liintihir iitid Paper lltiiiirinir
I'lans fiiriiiHlit'd. KKtitnates caie
fttllv tntiile.
noon uivkk, tiKKtitix.
FRAZIER & SON,
rLASTKIJK.KS
Flue anil Fireplace Work a spi'i'lully.
IIOOl) KIVKK, OKKliON.
W. E. PENNELL,
CARIMOXTIOK.
Window (lull lktai' Scm tin, Whitlow
anil Ihmr l'rtiu ,Yirc and Stun-. Fi.i
turin, I'lihiilxlirini mill I'liriiinre ViV
jxiirhiji, Cui'jiii Dunin;, i'liitninji mill
lAijini').. Mood Kiver, Ore,
JAS. McBAIN,
Hood River Marble Works
Am prepared to execute
all orders for granite in!
marble work, monuments,
tombstones, etc.
Also contract for till kinds
of stone masonry, con
crete, etc.
Treasurer's Notice, j
All Whsco enmity wiinitntf rtuitcri'ri prior
to Mured 1. J'.ttrt, will be pni'l on prcH-iitii, ion i
at my ofllct'. ind lcHl reuse jitter Mured !;", I
I'.OV M. . 1MNKI,!
JS Comity 'I'rejunivr.
rURF.KA MEAT MARKET,
Mttil' IKE 1)1108., Propn.
Ptaleri In Frcih and Cured Metta,
Foultry, Frultn and V.ctabltia.
I .aril,
VBU DELIVERY.
'HONK U
Carpet Weaving.
All kinds ol earpet
from nld ctirlietR.
IV tl
iivii.e. ItUL". Mince
MUS. (idliSKV.
IIih.iI Kivei II. i-lit-.
Hood River Directory.
The ClHeier oireeUny or HimmI Ittver rhy
Hlld vh I .-. rtlMl limp; hIiom itij; I t ion (f
frtriiiH, wttd .tm-ntTH' Tiarm n, local Ion of
j-trenms hikI county roan, is now rettdir for
ttKirlhutl".i. Trie? t m. ili.eier, Htnn
Kiver, Oregon.
BRICK YARD.
I am inniuif.ulitiiti".' at my
yard near ('oluriibia nursery
south of town, as fine a qual
ity of common hrick ns can
be found in tlie state. Have
200,000 to .'500.000 brick on
hand for inspection. Price
at yard $H per thousand.
Come out to the yard and
see how we make brick.
A. T. ZKKK.
K.8.HTAN1.KV,
l'res.
SOTICK FOR ri'BLICATlOX. !
IH imrtim'nt of the Interior. lnil Otllce si !
The bullcs, ori-noii, My 16.
Notice is lierctiy itivi n thai tlie ioIIowIiik- ;
minied settler hss tiled not lee or hU Inieniioit ;
to make tinsl proof in snpisirt of liis cliihn, ,
sml Unit Nuiil litml prtstf will tie tingle ln-t'ore '
t(o. T. I'ratlier, I'nitcil states ronriiissiotier; !
at his ollice in Hood Hiver, Orepon. on .lulv .H. !
IMl), V .;
t llAKI.ra A.SIX'TTS,
of Hood Klver, Ori'ijon, on II. K. No. ,4is.s, fori
lols:. 0 II mill It, of section Id, t.iwn.ini. '
I nor' Ii, ranire tues.st, W. M.
lie (iHiecs the lollowlni; wltllci.' to prove ;
lii1 continuous resilience uHnan cultnatuni '
ol siiitl tiind, vl.: i
William IS cisoii, Chnrles Htsnton, John II
II I lit rum snd Paul Auliert, sll of Hunt ittver.
oreKon.
iuj'J MK'IIAKI.T. NOI.AN, H"iii-ter
KXKCl' fOK'S NOTlt K.
Nolli't? Is ticn'liy ivon lh( HndcrstijiH'tl
have btH'ii HtMMtinloi i xtTiittns of tl lust will
Hlld tl'StMlIH'Ml 4r I'tU'l' K. KlMlltMMI, li't'tlWt(l, i
ami all pnrtit'rt haviitK t lutins ;tnain-t the cs- i
tuti1 uf .said dt'ceiiMftt utv heivity rt-qutrod tn j
nrt'M'iit them, with l lie proffi' voiu htrt, will),
in Hix intinttiM from the ilnte tf thin umitv to
said 'X(H iilorK tit the oMl uf J.tro 1, I'ul !
btrisiiti In lltMid Itiver, WasctHMHintv.Ori-mm
!'ited at llixitl Ulver thin Sth Ihv uf Muv. '
im6 (JKoKiiK li. rrisltKKTSoN.
J AMlvS KN'UiH
KxtH'iittu-s oftlic last will aiut P'slami'iit til ',
IVttT I'rt'dcrii k K nmlstiii, Uccwfif 1. ml jv
ADMIXlSTKAI'OR'a SI.F..""
I Notice is hereby K'ven that under hiuI in pursu
ance of an oiilt-r of ihc County Lour t l the Stall
j of Oreitmi for the (Vunty of Whhco, nm.le on lliu
i 6th day of July. lyt4, the iindeinijrr.i, udminis
I trator of the eMate of John W. Murphy, di'i-eaaed.
on SatuMay the Uith day of July, li.rt, at the htmr
of one oVItn'k p.m., at the County court hiusc
d'Hir in Dalles City, in Wanco County. Oregon, wtli
I sell at public auction the foikwin tJajsci ilwHi rea!
: estate belonKinvt to the estate uf a.iid deft-asi-d,
j to-wd: The south half of the nortl in-t quarief
i and the north half of the Boutheil uuartei
j of section elevt-n. in township one north, ran e
ten east. W. M.
The tei niH of said sale will be 40 tr vni of
j st'llinjr pri-e, cash in harnl at thelii- u ili-saU .
I 'Ml per cent in one year thereafter, ;.! :in per rem
j in two yeura thereafter, with intt--e.st at i pre
cent per annum on taitl tleferred pa: Mtcnts.
Said sale will be made subject vontirmntioii
by the Curt.
Dated at Hood River, Oregon, 7th day (,f
March. hir. GEO. T. IMIATIIKK.
jh'jlS At. ninistrati r.
NOTK'K VOli I'UKI.K ATION
Department of the Interior, Land tlic
Dallea. Oieirim, May 1(1, IlKlii.
Nolice ih herehy ?iven tilat the fo ;wi
ul The
iiwii.tf-immed
ion to niiikc
.1 s.'iid piixif
'I receiv.'r. ut
Retller has liltil notice of hi intei
final truof in Hiijiport of hi claim. H
will lie mutle liefore the reiriste a
The Ilullcs, Ore., on June 2llth, 1SKI5.
JACOB ('A HI. M'CAIX
.KV.
of Mo-sier, Oreuron; on 11. E. No. Sti7:
for the
lots
th, I
S. HamlS'jN W of Section 2,
Kuhkc II K., W. M.
IV. 1 K.
He namt'H the fullowins' witnenR(i
continuous residence upon and cult
land, viz: S. I). Fisher. Edward D
to prove his
alion of said i
Ison. Charles
Stark: Price Hunter, all of Mosier, ('remm.
mlttjlS MICHAEL T. NOLA i, llettistei-
NOTU'K FOR PUBLICATION
lieimrtnictil ol the Interior:
I nitcil suites I. and ofliee,The I'allcs.oreijoii,
June l:t, ln.6. -Notice Is herehy i iveii Unit the
tiilliiwinz niMiH'il settler Iihk til.
intention ioii.HKe rlniil pronl
HiMiceofliis
n suppori of!
his claim, ii nit tlint sulci pro '1
hefoie (ieoie '1 I'nillii r, (i. M.
ill lie made
Tiiiiiisj.tiiier
ttf'UI, oil Atl
at Ills ollice nt liiiod Itlvcr, (I
trust, .'I, KHuV viz:
ItAV.MONIi MAHKI ' V
of Hood Klver, Oie .H. K. V" . !
NK1, of Kcctlon an, V'- NVM, il
the E1..
lion 28,
lowiisliiil North, Uiinte Ens' V. M
He lullilcs the tollowltift- UMllcsNeK to
jiroxe l!s continuous residence 'ipon nnd cul
tiviillon of siild land, vi.: !-Ih K. Morse,
(hesicr Hhute, ChnrleH Cafi John W.
Moore, all ol HikxI Hiver, Oregon.
Mil HAK1. I'. NOLAN, RcgUer.
GOVERNMENT
Timber and Homestead
LANDS
I Imvp f.r locution soino choice apil IhihIh
hiuI (ini(( r rluhni; also relintniHhinentM und
luii'l lo script. Oill on or udiiruMH,
RANI).
I Iood Liver.
Fop Irrigation of City Lots
Notice should he given at the ollice of
.inci.im ii tin vtawr in. when water
i is used lor sprinkling. We my spi ink
: ling because it is the only method hv
wliicli we agree to furnish water (or irri-
uatioii. Ilcwaro of the man with tin
! W.vi. I
lies, i nunc ,1, ii. Hood litver. (Ire.
' I wrench. If this point is overlooked, like
! wine the proper time to sprinkle as no
I nirtiier notice will lie given.
! Consiiuiers whose residences front the
I Miuth sides of the streets named below
; w ill cpriiikle between hours of 5 and 11
I a. to. ; tliow on the north fide between
atiiMt p. in. ; Columbia, Kiver, Oak
I ami State streets, and Sherman and lla
I zcl avenues.
In rase of alarm of lire all sprinkling
! should be stopped promptly.
i lv K. (i()FK, Afar.
REAL
WEALTH
$
mxsrrsxoT l (;i;t-
tin;x, but in keeping.
A "iood way to keep
money is to deposit part
of your earnings each
week in a savings hank.
In t his way you not only
i i l . i
cci ii. mil you make it
$carn more.
. Yt'e invite vmi
toopcii an
is. no mat-yourearn-little
vou
account with
T ter how small
iii;s, or how
are able to keep.
Interest paiil on deposits
of One Dollar or more.
Start your boys and
rt finis on the road topros
y perity by deositiii",' one
$ dollar to their credit and
securinjr a Hecortling
Safe in which they may
iD deposit their earnings.
Savings Department,
First National Bank.
TALK
ROAD
How to Make Them
Better.
Rousing Convention Con
venes Here.
WELCOME PLEASES ThE GUESTS
Opera House U Cr :;i.',eil With IVople
Intcrt'stcd in improvement
(T lilt' llii;liays
I'lilllM'l.s, ltlsi:e,M MICH 1111(1 I'Otltlty
i.lllci ils ol Hi o,l K it er, The DhIIos,
KiiNtern Whm'o iu;ty. White Sulmoii,
(it Meiiiliile und Underwood, crowded
the o era Ik use ut ri.rh of the, three
yesnon S.tttt'day to inihilie enthti
sinsin hiuI I'taetieal knowledge from a
Niitioiiid (iM)d lioiuls eotiveiitioii.
The ollli iids if the .National (iood
h'oadri iim i i:.l i i.ti Mere surprised at
the interest manifested in the KWd
Hindu siili ji ct ,y u cointiiiinity the wize
i f Hood l.iver. mid President Moore
declared Saturday 'h coiiventiou to
I avu lieen the most eiithtiritthtio and
i uprcsentiit ive nulheriiiK Kinee tho
find rotidn party left Cliifno, May '25.
Partit'tilaily i leasiiiK to the good
iiiads oIlleialH wits the hearty welcome
extended President Moore uud party
on their an ni l in Hood Kiver in the
morning of the convention day. The
Hood Kiver liracti bund met the ilintiu
Kuixhcil vinitorn at their hbudtpiHrtori!
at the .Mount ih od hotel und exeorted
the parado up town. Many represen
tative citizens of Hood Kiver and
! artco county were at the hotel to
(rent the party.
Fifty little Kills dressed in white
and carrryitiK bouquets of beautiful
Mower constituted a reception com
mittee which pleased the noted visit
ors. In replying to Bde'resssea of wel-
i come President .Moore said :
"I want to pay a little tribute to
I something 1 have seen here thin tnoru-
! itlir whirl un llueo nanar tti.fira uoaii
in fifteen years. Do you know, in all
I our travel, iu all our convention, we
nave never lieen precedtd liv a iirocea-
Nion of little children hh we have here
thin morning at Hood Kiver. We are
prouder of this than wo have been of
anything idneo we left Chieano on
Muv i"i."
Mr. C. Waldo. Mr. A. S. lllow-
ler, Mm. A. Ii. ('anlield, Mrs. George
i (!rowell, Mrc. I'Vank Mutton, Mr.
T. J. Cunning and AUhh ibdou David
j son aviated tho little nirla with their
part iu the reception, and inarched to
tho convention hall, where they were
joined by ii'tuiy other representative
women of the city.
The niornitiK HCHHions of the conven
tion were carried out necorditiK to
program in every particular, Chair
man Smith cnllitii; the Rxsenibly to
order each time at the appointed hour.
There weio nihlreHnen both momiiiK
nnd afternoon, and a atereoi.tipnn leo-
j tine in the evening, in the afternoon
I a l eautifiil volu by Mrn. .. A. Jnyne
wnti received with appreciation.
I In tho eveniiiK a Wuhco Countv
(!ood Koadn aKHociation wiih formed
with Major Mowers of thia city presi
dent; A. I. Mason, of I'ino (irove.tlrst
vice president; N. Wheaidon, of Tho
Dulles, second vice president; J. M.
Patterson, of The Dalles, secretary ;
M. . Don noli, of the DnlleB, treasur
er. The announcement was also made
that The Dalles had become so enthu
siastic, ou the subject of good roHds
that tho olliciuls of the national party
bad agreed to hold another inoetinK in
that city Tuesday, June 27, in order
that people from tho KHsteru part of
the county should be iriven an oonor-
jtunity to listen to tho eminent Kood
road lecturers. Mr. Wheaidon on bo-
half of The Dalles extended a pressing
I invitation for the people of Hood Kiv
jerto attend the convention at The
Dalles next Tuesday.
it was tho inloiilion of the good
j roads party to o on to Portland Hun
i day morning, but so interested were
jthey in the beauties and possibilities
j of Hood Hiver valley that the entire
I party remained over until Monday
i morning, spending Sunday at Devil's
Punch Howl at tlie fulls of Hood Hiver,
' where they were the guests of the Wi
niiiiH liros.
Sunday evening there was a special
union church tervico at the opera
house, when Dr. W. K. Loucks and
President Moore discussed the moral
and social benefits secured from good
roads iu a community.
"The convention in Hood Hiver was
one of the most representative held
since the National (iood Ilea Is special
left Chicago May 25," said President
Mnoto to a Glacier representative.
"The eo le of Hood Hiter and Wasco
county me manilesting a deep inter
est in the greet mot emeut for good
ro.ids. 'I here is every indication that
the Pacific Coast National convention,
to bo held in Portland next week, will
be a complete success iu every partic
ular. We are receiving telephone
calls and messages from all parts ot
(Iregou and Washington asking us to
hold other conventions. After taking
, in the Shasta Valley we hope to return
as far north as Spokane."
Tho members of President Moore's
party were:
W. 11. Moore, president National Good
Roads Association, St. Louis; Hon.
Martin Dodge, Director Office Public
Inquires, Washington, I). C. ; Colonel
T. P. Hixey, of Missouri, lecturer for
the Natoinai (iood Hoad.t Association ;
Hon. William ISradburn, consulting
engineer of the National Association,
Houston, Texas; Hon. C. G. Canfleld,
toi'iisel, Cleveland, O. '; Wellington K.
l.oticks, organizer, St. Louis; K. O.
lironson, Ovate secretary .to Presi
dent Moore; K. E. Haldwiu, stereop-
ticon expert, Bangor, Me. ; Homer .).
Dodge, private secretary to Martin J.
Uodge.
AT THE M0KNIM1 SESSION.
Atldressen of W elcome bj Loral Speak
ern-KcHpoDe by Col. Moore.
Promptly at the appointed hour
President Smith rapped for order and
the National Good Koads convention
wan in session. The audience arose
while the little girls who led in the
welnomo started the flrst Btanza of
America. The audience joined In at
tlie second verse.
Kev. W. C. Uilmore, of the Kiver
side Congregational church, invoked
Divine blessing on the assembly. On
behalf of the oity the noted guests
were welcomed by Mayor A. 8. Hlow
ers. "We are here today to learu
how to make good roads," said the
mayor. "While we have the grandest
scenery, most healthful climate and
finest fruits to be found in the world,
we are lacking in the best of roads.
Tell us how to make them, and should
you reiuru lliree years from now we
will show you the best roads in tho
world.
A. A. tlayne extended a welcome to
the national good road ottlciuls ou lie
half of the Hood Kiver Commercial
club, and Judge A. K. Luke as the
otllcial representative of the Wasco
county commissioners court.
Colonel W. H. Moore, presidi nt of
the National (iood Koads association,
responded with an address oil the
.National Good Koads Movement."
lhe speaker spoke in pleasing terms
of the warm welcome acoorded himself
and party ly the people of Hood Kiv
er. lhe speaker touched on the im
portance of good roads in relation to
the social and commercial life of a
community. "The movement for good
roadB is tlie greatest movement of the
age," continued the speaker, and in
this movemeut Senator Dodue has ao
oompliahed a wonderful work. He 1b
tireless iu his efforts, and has done
for humanity more than auv other
living man iu this age.
We are here for business, l on are
to build your own roads. We will toll
you how give you the knowledge and
results or experiments made bv the
government, but you must do the act
ual work on your roads yourself. "
"Jt costs you uothing to construct
good roads," remarked Hon. Charles
O. Cautlold, who spoke on the subject
of Taxation. "Outside the city of
Cleveland there are 104 miles of good
roads, which have increased the value
of the adjoining property two times
the actual expenditure nut out iu
money for the work. Although the
people must pay out money to the
men who do the road work, this same
monny circulates back again uutil
there is no one who baa paid it out
for good roads who does not get direct
returns." This address closed the pro
gram for the morning session, but as
tne nour wbb only 11 o'clock. Chair-
j man Smith introduced Wellington
LioucKB, wno la uwuys prepared to ad
vance the cause of good roads with
au appropriate address.
"The motto of our movement for
good roads is 'Agitation, Organiza
tion, Education and Legislation," de
clared Mr. Loucks, and he bud the
words repeated in concert by tlie as
aombly. "Good roads," be continued,
"are not a cost, but a gathering up of
what has been wasted; they are an as
set which exceeds the investment two
fold."
COM.UITTEKN AltK NAM HI).
Afternoon Session Opens With Every
Seat In the Hull Occupied.
Every seat iu the opera house was
occupied by an attentive audience
deeply interested iu good roads, when
tho afternoon session was called to or
der. Committees wero at onco named
for organization of a county associa
tion and the drawing up of suitable
resolutions. The committee wero ask
ed to report at tlie evening session.
Hon. Martin C. Dodge of Ohio was
the first speaker of the session. Mr
1 )odge could have been senator from
Ohio at oiio time bad he cast the do;
cling vote for himself, but rather than
betray the trust of bis constituents it
was his vote that sent the late Mark
Hanna to the senate for his flrst term,
Mr. Dodge is an orator of ability, and
of national reputation. His address
on "Education and Experimental
Work of the Government Division"
was attentively listened to by every
one in the hall. Senator Dodge ad
vocated relief for tho farmer who here
Itifore has had to liear the burden of
road construction,, by advancing tho
co perative plan known as the state
aid plan, whereby a generul fund is
raised in lieu of the state-labor plan
of working out the poll tax. in this
way the burden is shifted from the
sliouldres of the few to the shoulders
of tho many. He also advocated the
issue of bonds for the construction
of roadways, as is being done in
many Eastern states.
Colonel T. P. Kixey.of Missouri, kept
the audience in a good humored vein
during au address of an hour or more.
"Legislation" was bis subject, "if
your laws are a hindrance, elect men
who will make new ones. Arouse
public sentiment and you can accom
plish wonders."
Illustrated by Views.
Colonel M(ire'ii Bddreps was accom
panied by Btereopticon views, which
made it doubly interesting. Tlie first
view was the road near Jerusalem built
many years before Christ uud over
which tlie commerce of the orient passed
for years. This road is yet in good re
I a r, and is built on the same lines as
ute lhe great railroads of today, witli a
g'Bde less than 'I per cent. Following
wi re views of tlie roads of Home built
by Emperor Claudius 350 years before
Christ. These roads are three feet in
solid lock and have withstood tlie rav
ages of tinw. The roads that Napoleon
liunt to puss his army over the Alps, the
mhiIs of Kussia, Switzerland, France
and of every country w here road build
ii g ha been done along scientific lines,
were show a.
lew showing the work of the Na
te mil (iiHil Hoads association were
thru n u on the canvas depicting tlie
' l.i-torc" and "after" of roadways in
CI iinuiioogH, Vicksburg, Monticello
; ii. I i tin r points in the eastern states.
1 here views also show convicts at work
n the public highways in Illinois,
w In re roadways costinir Irom IVIXKI and
i p. I Ii pa d labor are bti it for f 1 ,700
a ret f.'.iKiU a mile with convict lalsir.
hj-i'. w in the road views, the Na
(Continued on Pan 7.)
SEE NEED OF
CANNING PLANT
GOOD FIELD AT WHITE SALMON
I'rult and Vegetables (ironn Thorp In
A It ii nil a n re lliisiness Men Arc
Agitating Subject.
lly a Staff Correspondent.
White Salmon, Wash., June .'(l-Tliem
Is a united effort on the part of the
ranchers and the merchant of White
Salmon to organize a company fur the
purpose of electing and operali'ng u ear
ning factory. In eonveiMttitui with ,1.
C. Mucl noes, secretary of the While
Salmon Fruit Growers I'uion. he said:
"It seem like a burning shame to see
over 2,000 crates of good pack berries go
to waste. I am in favor and have for
sometime agitted the iiiistiun of or
ganizing and either subscribing stock to
a company or else interesting some ex
perienced packer lo I. cute here. Just
consider the uiisecllain-niis pack during
lhe season, and it clei.tly shows that n
factory would be a winner.
"It is true that we l ave no outlet by
rail, hut with the daily steamers and
with Hood Hiver mi near, an ensv and
splendid market could le funnd for the
pack. After the berries would come the
great tomato crop and the i berries.
Then there is the u-pauuMis, the peas
and the beans. 1 am teallv enthusias
tic over tlie mutter."
1 had a talk with a ntuiilier of the
ranchers and they ate nil in favor of
the movement und' all thai il reipiius is
for soiiia one to start the bull a rollin '
Leou Lnl'rnncz. who ou lust Eiiduv
purchased tho ten-acre ttat t cf . I. C.
Hybergor iu Cook's addiliou 'bus had
a great deal of experience in H e rais
ing an the euro of fancy vegetables for
the first-class markets. He may take
hold iutlio future and iive to ti e reo-
plo a cunning factory providing that
he can make sufficient contracts with
tho ranchers, assuring him tlu.t ho
will tiavo plenty of fruit and vegeta
bles to make a good pack, should ho
enter upon tho project.
flir, ial'ruucx is a iielgian, but for
many years he made truck funning a
business us well as a study in Vc-ik
state before he enme to the Vakin a
vulley. He left that fertile valley lo
buy his present site, declaring thai, lie
bad discovered just tlie ideal soil for
tlie growing of kale, chicory, endives,
iiiHyoiiHiso, mushrooms und artichokes.
All those vegetables liud readv tale
ouly in the ilrst class marts of tho
land. The principal seaports la whom
lliey are taken iu large quantities.
Owing to tho great increased import
ance in the ports at Seattle uud Pc.it
laud, he is conlldent that the gret.t
ocean liners to tho Orient will take all
that ho can produce.
He Is practical, but is a highly con
cated European, und wlil at any rate
make a thorough test of tho soM ami
the couditi in the White Salmon
valley. Chicory brings a remarkably
high price, and lie says that live crt s
can be secured din ing the year.
One of the peculiar incidents of Mr.
IxiKrunez.'s visit to tho valiey was that
be purchased t he Hyberger farm fif
teen minutes after ho was shown it by
Mr. Fields of the White Salmon 1 .and
Co., remarking witli enthusiasm, "this
is just what 1 have been looking for."
He considered jUriO an acre cheap for
the laud, and has taken bold with tho
hustlers of White Salmon to push und
further advertise the flue soil in the
vulley und on the mountain side. Ho
will send tlie word across the seas und
across the continent. Millionaires und
sou jackies alike on the great, liners
plowing tho Pucillc to tho Orient will
sample kale, und enjoy salad minlo
from the chicory that grew under
Washington skies and iu VVhito Sal
mon valley.
The packing project is one tlu.t will
mean much to the White Sain on c on
try. It w ill mean the diversilj ing
more extensively in farming, nud will
place more money iu circulation. All
that which now goet: to w aste t ait bo
used to a profit und all will reap tl.o
reward.
Owing to tho big berry crop und tl o
promised big tomato crop the nun It
ers are all considering the proposition
uud it is uliiiost assured t lint telore
another year has lolled hiound that a
good sized factory will loin evidence.
While Salmon at the Fair.
White Salmon's contrihutou to the
Klickitat county exhibit at the Lewis
and Clark fair has been grow ing daily,
und it is tlie intention to show the
visitors just what they excel in. Lust
week Abe Groshong conlt ihulcd i.yo
seven feet four inches high, wheat live
feet, orchard grass, four feet und wild
grass the nunc height.
J. Larsen added wheat over six
feet in height and J. P. Egi.n i.iits
over seven lect. All these specin.i lis
are fine and clearly shows tlie stri.w
that the fertile soil of tho Whlh r'nl
mon valley will produce.
One of the feutures of the i.'.l,lit
Is the open ing cuch day ol a ciati f
berries and the pieseutatiou to tie
visitors who tarry around the Klicl i
tat county exhibit. A collier ft a
ttires of the exhibit will le the splen
did collection of cherries thut is hoii g
arranged. Tho toinuto crop vv iJl ul o
add to the show ing.
Home of tlie finest lei tits thi.t lie
so fur lieen marketed are Item tie
ranch of N. W. I'reelaiid on tit Hi r
doin mountain. The berries i ,i Jt,u,
b ut this year they are of line i.uably
and Mr. l'rei land is receiv ing a s 1, u
did price. This land is the richest if
soil, requiring no water w bntsoev ( r.
Owing to tho lateness of tl in le
will be one of tie lot ky i i , . . ii the
top uotchers iu priie. The i;t i lity of
the berries ure cum ing conn nt ami
admiiution i n ull sides. Many citi
zens ure taking crates to send uway us
souvenirs, showing the possibilities of
the mountain that gives piomise if
being the richest thut bus so fur been
discovered uud whidi is to It 1 only
iu its infancy.
Clinton W. Parsons of Herd Hiver
has taken up the n linquiihn ent of
William Murphy ou tlie "ap le bill."
Albert W. Estes is one of the colony
of Missourians,aud l.r.s I'.ltd ou eighty
acres in township four. He is de
lighted with the ci lint i y and says thut
he will never return to Missouri Liul
bt;r cold winters, chills and fever..
Wav Dean bus put on a four Lcue
(Continued on f Hire 7.)