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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, JULY 13, 1905.
Hi hid KlVKIi MiMJK NO. 1(6, A K. and A.
M. Meeta SiintrtiHy evenluif on or before
eueh lull moon. Thcman III TLk.H, W. M.
A.M. Mok, Heeretary.
lillOD KIVKR CH AlTKIt NO. 27. R. A. M.
JlBUlsnrst und third Hlday nujntiiof eaca
month. f . CHANUI.KR, H , r,
A. IJ, Mok. Secretary.
muni KlVKIi CIIaM'KR NO. . O. E. 8.
Meet second and fourth Tuesday evening
uf each mouth. visitors rordtany weiiwmea,
.Mits. .1, I., hkuniinkh, W. M.
Mrs. Thkkeha I astneu, Heeretary.
iiit.KWil.riF. I.oIiOE NO. 107. I. O. O. C
Meets lu Fnueriial lull, every Thursday
lllghl. WM. uANtiKB, N. It,
h. O. Smith, HecreUiry
KIIKN ENCAMPMENT, NO. 48, 1. O. ). F.
Regular niei tluu wound and fourth Mondays
of eacti moiiili. L. K. Moksk.C. P.
H H. Enthican, Kcrloe.
I.AI1RKI. RklSHKAH DKUUEK LODGE NO.
Kl, I. o. o. K.-MeeUi llrat unit third Fridays
in each mouth.
Miw. K. W. Udkli., N. G.
Mas Poba Thomson. Hecretnry.
w viiidma union no. 80. K. of P,
Meets In K. ol P. hull every luesday tight.
V. O. Ukock, C. C,
. T. KkWitt, K. of R. and 8.
HOODKlVKHt'AMP, NO. 7,702, M. W. A.
Meets lu K. ot P. hall every Wednesday
night. tHAB. JONES, v. u,
C. U. DAKIN, Clerk. '
HOOD KIVEtt CAM!', NO. 778, W. O. W -
vieeis on first t.ud third Tuesday of each
month in Odd Fellows' hall.
F. H . Bl.AOG, C. C.
H. W. WAfT, Clerk.
HOOD RlViaUTItl.XF. NO. 524, WOMEN OF
Woodcmli-McelB at K. ol P. hall on the
first and Third Fildn - of each mouth.
l.KNOKA STf'HK, U. N
Nellik H01J.OWKI.I., Clerk.
KIVEHHIDKUMKIKNO. 118 A. O. U. W.
Miets first and linni sulurdays of each
month. i . I.. Cori'i.K, M. W.
E. K. Kraiii.kv, Fliiiim er
CIIKHTKH Hlll'TK, Rec ier.
itlVEHNlDE LOlXIE NO W, DKUKKK OF
Honor, A. O. U. W.-Mefi- llrst mid third
tuiluTdays at 8 p. m.
M iss COH A Coi't'LK, 0. of H.
Miss c'akuik Coi'i'i.K, Recorder.
OKDEKtiF WASHINGTON HOOD R1VEH
Union No. 112-Meeut in K. or i. nail we
second aud fourtb Saturdays In each inontli
at 7:30 p. in. E. L,. Rood, President,
t;, U. Uakin, Hecrptary.
OljiTAASSK 7, hl.Y NO. Ut?, "l! N ITKD ART-itans.-.Meei-Hie
first aud third Wednes
days, work: ..coud and fourth Wednesdays
Artisans' hail. J. H. Kohkko, M. A,
CD. HKNiii' II, Kein iry.
i.liC'Kt' MjoVkTv ERNO. 44, FtiUEHTERS
of Ament a, Meets second and louith Mon
luys in cucii mon h In K. oi P. hall.
UKo. E. Honukk, C. R.
K. C. Huosn's. '. c.
i 'XVUV l'titsT, M iSn". A. U. MEETS AT
A. ei. U. W. hall, second and lourth Satur
days of each month at 2 o'clock p. m. All
(i. A. R. intuitu i invited to luect With us,
.v. I., rinci.es, Commander.
Thomas Uohs. Aijuiunt.
Cankv w. k. c., No. i:;-m:eT8 second
and tottrih halm-.ais of each Month In A.
o. L . . hall in x i'. in.
hi i.ks iii.owEHs, President.
Lizzik (Jkk, beui. i.ry
MOUNTAIN HOME CAMP No. 34119, R. N. A.
Meets at the K. oi P. nail on the second aud
fourth Fridays ol eueli month.
.llHS. CAKKIE UKOSIUi.O.
Mils. Ei.la Dakis, R eorder.
Wauna Temi-lk No. II. KHthbone Sisters.
Meets sucou .and lourth Thursdays of each
month. Amamia Whitkhkau, M.E.C.
Stella Richahimon, M. of U. & c.
DR. W. T. ROWLEY,
PHYSICIAN, SUKUEON, OOCULIST
Office lu Smith Building-,
entire phone mil. Residence phone 1)63.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Telephones: Office, 281; residence, Ml,
HIIHGEON O. R. N. Co.
yKS. MARY JOHNSON, M.J).
Physician and Surgeon.
.Oftlces and Residence In E. L. Smith lliilldlng
over First Nut. hank. Entrance, rear
ol bank, on Third St.
H. L. BUMBLE,
PHYSICIAN ,N1) SUKGKON.
Successor to Dr. M. F. Shaw.
Calls promptly uusw, r;d In town or country,
Day o. Night.
Telephones: Kesuit-iice, 611: Office, 613.
otltce lu ttn- moslus liullding.
. DR. J. EDGINGT0N,
Physician and Surgeon
Oll'ieo over i lie J-imt National bank.
Oflkc phone 113'!. lies, phone 7iiXl,
DR. A. 1 . ROWLEY,
Office lu the Smith Kullding. Phone !Kil.
C H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Specialist on Crown au.t lit .dge Work.
Ivlephoues: office, 3; residence, 10,5.
Offlea over Hank Hldg. Hood Hives, Ore.
E. H. HART WIG,
LAW 1 Kit.
Will Cructice iu All Courts.
Otm wirti Uto. D. Culbertson & Co. Col
lections, Atisti'ucls, &cttlc'liieiiL o- Fstutes.
HtaJD KIVEU. OKFiT.jN.
JOHN LELAND HENDEKSOX
ATTOKNSY-AT-LAW. ABSTRACTER. NO
TARY PUBLIC and F.KAL
For 2S years a resident of Oregon and Wmb
tngton. Has hid many years experience la
Heal Estate matters, as abstractor, searcher ot
titles and agent. Satisfaction guaranteed er
Abttracti Furnished. Money Loaned.
Hood River, Oregon.
J7 C. BRO8IU8, M. D.
' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
'Phone Central, or 121.
Off' loura: 10 to 11 A. M. ; 1 to I ;
and 6 to 7 P. M.
.jS ION BAUliER SHOP
HAYNES GREY, Paoie.
The place to get an easy share, an up-to-date
4 air cut, and to enjoy the luxury eta oreelaim
Four Chairs !
Quick and sati.-factory work. Two bath
tulx in connection. '
RLSSF-LL & REES. Prop, ,
FRAZIER & SON, ;
Flue and Fireplace Work a specialty.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON. t !
Arrival and Departure of Malls.
The Dostofnee Isonen daily between 8 a. m
and 8 p. m.; Sunday Iroin 12 to 1 o'clock. Mails
tor me iasi close at n.ai a. ni., s.w p. m. sua
p. m.; tor the w est, at '2.40 p. m. ana s p. in
The carriers on K. F. D. routes No. I and;
lesve the Dostofflce at 8.30 a. m. Mall leaves
For Mt. Hood, daily at 12 m.: arrives 10.20
For Underwood, Wash., at 12 m., Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays; arrives same days
at u a. m.
For White Salmon, Wash., daily at 12 m
arrive at 11 a. m.
For Hood River, dally at V a. m.; arrives at
2 p. m.
For Muslim, Trout Lake and tiuler, Wash
dally at 7.SU a. m.: arrives b D. m.
For Olenwood, Fulda and Gilmer, Wash,
dally at 7.30 a. m.: arrives at 1 n. m.
For Pine Flat and Snowden, Wash., at 1 p.
m. 1'uesdays and Haturdays; arrive same
days at 1'2 m.
For Blngen, daily at 4.43 p. m.; arrives at
8.4S a. m.
0. B. & N. TIME TABLE.,
No. 2, Chicago Special, 11:43 a. m.
No. 4, Spokane Flyer, 8:40 p. m.
No. 8, Mall and Express, 10:40 p. m.
No. 24, Way Freight, 12:15 p. in.
No. 22. Fast Freight, 4:05 a. m.
No. 1, Portland Special. 2:5(1 p. in.
No. 8, Portland Flyer, 5:l a. m.
No. 6, Mall and Express, 4:48 a. m.
No. 23, Way Freight, 9:25 a. m.
No. 55, Fast Freight, 1:06 p. m.
and union Pacific
3 Trains to the East Daily
Thromrh Pullmnn standards and tourist
sleeping cars daily to Omaha. Chlc'tiRo, Sio-
icsne; tourist sleeping cars dany to Kansas
City; through Pnllmsn tourist sleeping car
(nersonsally conducted) weekly to Chicago.
Reclining chair cars (seals free) to the East
:15 a. m.
Rait Lata, Dsnrer,
Kansas City, Ml.
Bait Lake, Denver,
Kansas City, St.
Walla Walla, Lewls
ton, Spokane, Wal
lace, Pull man,
Paul, Duluth. Mil
FOR ASTORIA and 81111 P M
15:00 P. M
way points, connectlns-l Dallv
with steamer for f 1 - aco evni
and North Reach steam- Sunday,
er Hassalo, Ash street Saturday.
dock ( wafer per.)
FOK Pavton. Oregon
7:00 A. M.
5:30 P. M.
City and Yamhill Rlv
er points. Ash street
dock (water per.)
FOR LEW IS TON,
Idaho, and way points,
from Klparla, Wash.
4:00 A. M,
6 00 P. M
A. L. CRAIG,
General Paesenger Agent, Porllaad, Or
T. J. EINNA1BD, Agent, Hood Klver.
TOO EL BE SATISFIED
WITH YOUR JOURNEY
If your tickets rem! over the Denver
and Rio Grumli" Railroad, the
"Scenic Line of the World,"
There nre wi many snenic attractions
and points or interest alonu; the line
tietween Ojrden and Denver that
the trip newr liecomes tirewuiie.
If you are Roing Kast, write fir infor
mation and get a pretty book that will
tell yon all about it.
W. C. Mi-IIKIDE, fieneritl Agent,
14 Third Street,
I R.JONES, Dentist
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plates.
Treatment of diseased teeth and gums.
Office Hrosius Buildinif. Phone 1091.
M. E. WELCH,
THE YKIFHLNAKY MUdKON.
Im prepared totlo mi 3 work in the veterin
ary line. I(h run be round by calling at or
phoning to Clarke flrtir wlore.
Joseph A. Wilson
Wooden Water Pipe
Over Spot Cb Cornar Grocery Store
K. L. smith,
10. O. Hl.AM 1IAK
The First National Bank
OF HOOD KlVKIi, OKKOON.
rajiitnl unil Kiirpliis, $:i(),000.
Kstabltshed June I, MM.
Civil EiifiiiiHT and Surveyor
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Accuracy guaranteed, lvvelva t ears
experience In untie
of the foremost
P. M. HALL-LEWIS
Civil and Architectural Engineer
Office, Recond St., adjoining Waitcomn Hotel,
Resldeuee alter April 1st, 1'ounlrv Clnh inn.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
JOSEPH A. WILSON
Developed Water Power
for sale. Partita dexiriiiR power for
manufacturing purposes w ill do well to
write to him.
R. P. ORR,
Brick-work, I'lastoriii": and
STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
HOOD RIVER, ORKtiON.
S. H. COX
PLaMI AND ESTIMATBB FuiNIBHKD.
J. F. STRANAHAN,
OI 25 yeara' experience. Will fur
nish plans and specifications lor an
kinds of buildincs. Strictly up to data.
Located at Hood River.
FREDFRICK & ARNOLD,
Estimates furnished on all kinds of work
I-'hnnon' Arnold, Main SI,
UUIltfS. Frederick. M.ln out
B. F. BELIEU,
Plans and Estimates KuKNtsiiKD-ea
SIMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
limiralive Paint iiiifuibl IWr llnnifiiiir
I Kiun nil iiinnrii. i.nLiiiitiLen i-me
HOOD KIVER, ORKGON.
Wti DIPXTXTT T
. Xu. X JCiJ.1 IN XUlJiat
P A THM" VIM.' IJ I
Window and Dour Sr.rcniH, Window
and Door l'rame,Oj)irr umlStorc Fh-j
turcH, Vf)ho!s riiif and tfirniture JtC' I
ina, Varin-t Jiilnig. V vuuhm anil
Hood River, Ore
Hood River Marble Works!'
AlU pi'OpMl't'd t() (1Xtl(UtBjof
all OV(erH for gr&IlitG Hlld j
marblG WOrk, niOtminintH, I
7 , v ' 7 i
Also contract for all kiwis
of stone masonry, con
'UREKA MEAT MARKET,
Mt'GUIRE BR08., Prop.
DHlari In Fronh and Cured Mettt.
foullry, Fruit and Vigetablet.
Timber and Homestead
I have for lcnthtu wiine cluilce apple tanriw j
and tiUKjcr eluitim: ttlho relinjiilhmetiti and !
land to script. Cull on or uddrewH,
IIikh! River. Ore.
I Mill mamifaM Urill at my I
yard near Coluiiibia. nursery
(south of town, as fine a fpnil-l
ity of eoninion lirick as can'
be found in the stale. Ilayel
0(M 1)111) to 'UU ()()() hrw.L- rn
""i""" ' "".'"-"' UIHK
hainl for inspect j
w' J I W '
at yard $8 per thousand.
Comb out to the yard and
see how we make brick.
A. T. ZKKK.
Water and Light Notice
All water and light bills timet be paid I
at the company's olliee each month in :
advance, on or before tiie 10th day of j
the mouth. No collector will be lent :
out hereafter.In all ca-s where hills are I
not promptly paid when du.
vices will be di-coiit:nnei)
um it alii
arrearage are paid.
HOOU KIVKR ELKCTRie I.. P. &
n v v ffiv-i- i I
ay i.. out i , .uyi.
Notice Is hereby given ttiat the undersigned
have lieen apptitnletl est-cutoi-K of the lst will
slid lestaineul of Peter V. KliudMin, diTeased,
and all parties having elaliiH aninsi ihees
tateorsald deceased are hereby i'iiiiiel 10
present them, wllh the proper vouchers, wllh-
(n dv iiwinlli. trtn lite dati. Ol fill, tt.ni.u I..
I said executors at the olHoe of i,,re I), fill
i bertson In Haid River, Waacocoiinty, Oregon.
I luted at HtMid Kiver tins sin dnyorMay,
1WS. tJKoKUK 1. t'l'I.HKltTSoN,
Kxecutors of the last will and tettaiiieni or
Peter Frederick Knudson. deceased. mil Is
ADMIX ISTRATOR'S SA I.E.
Notice is hereby Riven tht under und in purxu
ance of an order of the Ctwnty Court uf the State
of Oregron for the County of Waco, made on the
6th day of July, lW4, the undi'iHinned. adminis
trator of the eBtate of John W. Murphy, deceatwd,
on Saturday the 15th day of July. hi,r), at the hour
of one o'clock p.m., at the County court house
door in Dalles City, in Wasco County, Oregon, will
sell at public auction the following described real
estate belonRinir to the estate uf said deceased,
to-wit: The south half of the northeast quarter
and the north half of the southfurt quarter
of section eleven, in township one north, rantre
ten east. W. M.
The terms of 8aid aale will be 40 .r cent of the
selling price, cash in hand at the I ime of the sale,
30 per cent in one year thereafter, and ;i0 per cent
in two years thereafter, with interest at 8 per
cent per annum on said deferred payments.
Suid sale will be made subject to confirmation
by the Court.
Dated at Hood River. Oregon. this 12th day of
June, 1906. GEO, T. IMtATHKR.
jl jl3 Administrator.
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION,
Urimrtinent or the Interior:
I' nliwi Slates Land Oflloe.The l)alles,Urtrnn,
June l.f, 111,15. Notice Is hereliy flven Unit Hie
I'oliowlriif.nHiiH'd settler has tiled notice of ills
Intention to maae final proof In supM)rtor
his claim, and tlmtsaid proof will be made
before Henro 'J'. I'rather, U. S. commissioner,
at his olltec at IIoid Hiver, (ireou, on An
Kimt, 3, iwfi, viz:
ol Hood River, Ore., H . K. No. until, lot the K'
N'Kf, of Section 2, V NWt, of Seel Ion -,
Tou-nslilp I North, Uanuev Ktisi. W. M.
He names the following wlinesses In
prove his continuous residence upon and cul
tivation of said land, via : Lewis K. Mome.
t'hesier Shnte, Charles Casiner, John W.
Moore, all of Hood Klver, Oreon.
MU HAKL T. NOLAN, KeKljtel.
NOTK'K FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, Land Office at The
Dalles, Oreiron. June 27, lU6.
Notice is hereby triven that the following-named
settler has tiled notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim, and said proof
will bo made before George T. Frather, II. 8.
Commissioner, at his office at Hood Kiver, OreKon,
on AuKust tt, lmtf), vis:
LEWIS C. WEYGANDT, Jr.,
of Mt. Hood. Oreiron: on H. K. No. Ham. for the
I S's S'4, NK'-4 SW'i, 8E'4 NW', of Section ,
Tp. 1 South, Kanice 10 E.. W. M.
He names the followina witneses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said
land, via: James N. Knight. George Perkins,
William S. Gribble, James R. Uees. all uf Mt. Hood.
ma MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register.
SherLi'n Sale Foreclosure.
Mary I,. Harbison, by Robert K, Harbison
her attorney In fact, plnintllt'. vs. noughts
LocKimtn and Annlu Lock man, lornierly hus
band and wife, defendants
By virtue ol an execution, decree mid order
of sale, duly Issued out of, ami under Hie seat
of the circuit court ot the sin le of Oregon,
comity of Wasco to me directed, dau d ih27th
day of June, 11HI5. upon a decree for the fore
closure of a cerialn nmrtgime, and Judgment
rendered and' entered In said court on the
34lh day of June, 1I5, In the above entitled
cause, In favor of the plaintiff, Mary L. Har
bison, and against the defendants Douglas
Locktmin end Annie LocV'iisn, hs judgment
debtors In me several si. ins n three certain
promissory notes, lo wit:, On note No. one,
principal, the sum ol three hundred (SIX)) doll
ars, together with Interest at the rate of 10 per
per cent per milium from theiidth day of April,
mil, till Ihe ;mih day of May. l'.KF., nmnuntlug
to i he sum ol three hundred, Uilriy-two and
50-10(1 (:i;U.. dollars, wllh Interest on said
amount Horn May :0ln, nutll paid at the
rule of h per (Tin per annum.
(in nole No. two, principal, Ave hundred
dollars, together with Interest thereon
at the rute of s per cent per annum
lor m.I.I time umountint; In all to the sum ol
rive bun. ued, forty-ilnee, and 1UI iJWSAI)
itnlliirs. wlin Interest on said amount from
Mayaoth. m, until paid, at the rute ot per
ceni per u. .num.
On noie Nn. iluee. principal, five hundred
(.rmi doil rs, together Willi liilereHl thereon
for said lime, ii.iiounting in all to Ihe sum of
Ave hundred, forly-three and IW-lOtl (tMl)
dnllnis, wilh lul.'ieKl on suid amount from
Miiv alih. luoft, until paid at the raleof8 er
cent per cent per annum, all In United Wales
gold coin; making an aggregate amount of
lourleen hundred, nlnleen. l.s-ioi (IHI'I III)
dollurs.prlnptpal ami int.. with intre.,i there.
(i2.0i iiullnra for tasea latld by the plalnllll.
X"" erei iiiiwm u na m uuy
p rHiinnin. till in Uuiu-ti Hintes WA uoin, l.
KtMlu-r wllh the further hliiii ( one IrtmUred
ami tllly (IIVJ) dollar. attorney'! tee
fitnl tlie further uui of twenty (()) doll
ar cost, ami the cosU of una Um tliis writ:
and commandina: me to make sale of real property
efnhruf'ud in sut-h decree of foreeloBure. and here-
l ,...ilul 1 will nn HHtnrf.uV rh ftth riou
Autfust, ltWfi. atthehurof one o'clock in the
the county court house in The Dal km City, Wa0
the hiKheat bidder for aih m hand all the riKht,
title and interest which the defendants DoutrUui
Lock man and Annie Iachnian, or either of them,
I had on the 80th day of April, the date of the
t morLKaijed foreclosed herein, or which such do
! fwutanlN or either of them herein have since acqM
j ired, or now have, in and to thst nertain roiil prop
erty, situate in the county of W&hoq and stale jf
UreKtm. ana uesennea us iomows, io-wit
Bevinnintf ata point furty rwlii west f rum the
noriheuHt corner of the southeast quarter of the
aouthearit quarter of section two, in township two
north, rariKe ten east of the Willamette meridian;
runninir thence west forty rods, thence north
t forty rods, thence east forty rods, thence south
forty rods To ine place oi neifinninif, containing
ten acres of land, or so much of said property as
will satisfy the judnment and decree, with costs
and accruing costs
Said property will be Bold subject to confirma
tion and redemption as by law provided.
Dated at The Dalles, Oregon, this 27th day of
June, 1905. F. C SEXTON,
Sheriff of Wasco County, Oregon.
JOHN LET.AND HENDERSON,
2',tj -t Attorney for plaintiff.
I Notice ! hereby fftven t!mt in pursnanre to
J nit imU-t ItfMi d by the m. A. K. I jike, Judge
mr ine t ounty rouri oi ine Hrateoi tniton.
mm, May pi, HHA, the undersigned, Phoebe
FriKH, llMH IK'
I'll niipointi'd wile U'lmltilKt mlris
Of lllH fKlHte Of V 111. V. KOWI, fltH'filM'rt lttt
f Hood Kiver, Wmcu (Cqnty, K(m oorw-
j AH pfrHon hfivln clulma until nut nlrt m
I tHte hi reqiicNipd to rttmt them. (Inly vert-
I rW'il tit rmv uf the mill' ft V. H. Hurtwlir
. Hood Ktvtr, onvon. within wtx itf) month
Jhtted thin h tiny ol Mttv, A. n., lftOTi,
J vUtxl uv 'l'iU i
. ,. li, .n. x-,-ni,.n f wuy luwniu mo ul-ubmi oi liih unity
,I)MIMH!AIUR'S Minn:. j business. A 100-ton silo can be con
'";l!r'',1" v;'" 1h".1 'i'" llnl1r'l,l, , rtructod fur 1 would alio advo-KnlK'TISlle-te
the .aig of kale, which keeps
iv. Oregon, mi rhi.!iitrii'ir of utr oKtHutnf green 1 1 tlio year l otiixt. Vetches
JtmntXta, de.eHs.il. All imi haying Ktand next to alfalfa as a feed for
elallim HBlilnKt nnl(l elte re linivhy notified i . . t . . ..
I Upit.n'. Hip aiiu to me, properly verified,
!r Mt the onife of my atlornpys, MraefteA i
WIlKon, at The Hall. Omron, within nix j
tii.iit hu frum dula uf thin notlf
fil l. It PAIllSFV
dmiiiwtnitoroi tim Kiien(!
jpi J"ie K. !, dcKnd, I
l hereby irlven to the KVwkholdfin of th
MountHln Valley Watr en. that hII whoura
delinquent on thetr Htoclc, ind who do not
; pay ihe mil amount due od said ainrk on or
irn Julv 'ih. Iwiri. xaid nUtck will be Mild for
Indebted in- July : ri, at the hour of ii:3 ,
jao J. I., ukukf, secretary.
- - -- j
'W. O- SANDERS & CO. '
W are prepared lo make plan for up-lo-
date bulld(n. and handle all Kindtof build-
un contractu. Bee an before building.
PUT ON ROUTE
IF ENOUGH COWS
DEPENDS ON WHAT FARMERS DO
Portland Company Willing: to Co-operate
with People of Hood Rlier,
Says Mr. Lea.
lf the farmera of Hood Kiver will
assure a mittioieut supply of cowa the
iiazeiwooa ureamery Uo. or Portland
will nut ou oream route here at ouoe.
It la all a question of whether there
are cows enough, aud whether or not
the fanners care to go into the bust
liens. A. II. Lea, field superintendent of
this company, was here from Portland
last Saturday and attended the meet
ing at the Commercial club rooms in
the afternoon. The question of
creamery or a cream route was dis
cussed, and a committee of three ap
pointed by Chairman Shelley, who met
later with Mr. Lea, mid were of the
opinion that it is le.-l .er the Hazel
wood company to tend a representa
tive here next Sntuitlay to make a
cuuvsi-s of the valley and find out just
what can be done by the farmers and
the creamery com) any toward estab
lishment of this proposed route.
There whs a laiye attendance at the
meeting, aud u deep interest in the
subject at baud. Mr, Lea wag intro-l
duced by Chairman Shelley, aud he
stated In distance as follows:
"Our company has a large Hue of
past urlzl nit plants in operation thro
out the country; iu fact no creamerv
is considered complete today without
a pubtumujg plant, lu some local!
ties the farmers own and operate such
u plant and sell us the cream,
"lint the first thing to be considered
in this matter is the cow. Unless a
cow will return a good profit, a farmer
cuuuot afford to keep her for dairy
purposes, it is estimated tbat a oow
ill cost $40 a year for feed. Some
cows will produce 500 pounds of butter
at in a year, but tnose are exceptions,
"Monroe Miller of llalsey has 13
cows which are returning him lHj
year. There is another man at Clats
kame who made $2100 gross from a
herd of 20 cows. About $00 a oow is
an average return. Farmers should
get good cows and breed to a high
"Our company is willing toco-oner
ate with you lu the establishment of a
cream route or pasturizing plant.
You must understand, of cou so, I
favor a cream route lu preference to
a creamery here, but that is a matter
for you yourselves to decide upon.
With our superior trade facilities we
are in position to pay you the top
market price for your oream. We are
turning down a great many orders
because we have not the facilities of
manufacturing the product for which
mere is a ready safe.
"A creamery plant would cost you
J l ou coujd not expect to con
sume all the product here, and then
there would be the getting of a mar
ket. We are iu position to get from a
cent to a coot aud a half more for
your butter than other creameries.
"If a cream route is established
here, the cream would be shipped
three times a week. A man would
drive over the valley and collect the
cans. A sample would be taken from
each can aud sent to Piutl.md for
testing. The cream would be weighed
mid iword furnished the farmer.
On arriving at Portland, the oream
is again weighed and a report of the
test sent to each patrou. If the busi
ness justified it we would be pleased
to establish a nasturiziug plant here.
The tests would then be made here.
I believe this would bo better than a
creamery. We would make the charge
for collecting the cuain at whatever
it cost, probably about a cent a
pound. Separators for ten cows could
be bought for 185. There should lie
H00 cows to justify establishing a pas
turizing plant. About 75 cows would
establish a route. "
J. H. Shoemaker of the Harrett dis.
trlct declared the farmers would be
forced to interest themselves In the
creamery business, as tbat district is
a hay producing section of the valley.
li. L. Smith spoke in favor of the
creamery business. He also believed
the proposition of silos should be con-1
sidored at once if the farmers pro
posed going into the creamery busi
ness, "(let good cows," urged Mr.,
Smith, "and theu endeavor to breed
up to a standard of excellence. No
country can excel Hood Kiver valley
iu the production of fine clover, and
I am confident the creamery business
will add to the prosperity of the far
mers and busine s men."
11. I). Calkins favored the Dates
strain of the Ihirham stock for milcb
cows, caynig he had experieuoe with
; this brepd u t5oo.rado.
Leslie tiutler asked bow Hood Klver
valley compared with the Willamette
valley as regards qualifications for the
dairy busiuess. Mr. Lea replied that
with Irrigation he considered Hood
Kiver valley far ahead. Last summer
the season was very dry, and feed had
to be supplied the cows of the Will
amette valley, while the supply of
butter rat rau very low.
"An BveraRO cov BhouM tent 3.0
. - , - . .. . T
nor cent of butter fat. emd Mr. Lea.
"The feeding of eutiilaKegoea a long
iueru is a limn UHHrem ill
the balance of ration between fad
clover lid alfalfa. "
All, klbtlbpil BfHW fip vuairjij uqbv to
suits ly ulteniatiiig lu the winter:
Wit(j clover aud alfalfa.
J. H. Shoemaker declared the only ,
solution or tne too-muon-hay problem I
was toe establlsnmeut ol a cream
route for the present, aud perhaps a
creamery later, lie prererred tue
cream route and proffered bis support
f0r whatever the
Mr. Shelley believed there was noth-
ing to binder the esablisbmeut of a
cream route at once, and thought the
meeting snouiu laae preliminary steps
toward the organization of such an en-
M. P. Shoemaker moved the ap
pointment of a committee to confer
with Mr. Lea aud see what could best
oe uone toward securing a cream
roue. The motion carried and Chair
man Shelley named the following as
committeemen: V. WinchelL A. C,
Staten and B. F. Shoemaker. The
meeting then adjourned.
Reports on the number of cows in
the valley were received aa follows:
Barrett 75;. Mount . Hood 150; Pine
Urove 30;. Udell 60; Fraukton 75.
Several districts are yet to hear from.
Mr. Wlnchell In reporting for Pine
Grove said he did not count those
cows where there was but on? to the
family, as ber milk could not be se
cured for a cream route. R. D. Shel
ley in reporting for Odell stated the
same. He also said there were many
wno appeared wining to buy more
cuwi if there was any likelihood of the
cream route being established.
SIX ACRES BERRIES
NET HIM OVER $1000
From six acres of plants, J. I. Mil
ler baa marketed this summer some
thing over 1100 crates. Mr. Miller ex
pects the berries to return him an
average of at least 11.75 a crate, and
after all expenses are paid to have
f 10UO for his net income from the six
Mr. Miller's farm, known as Stumpy
uronara, is seven miles south-west
of town, in the Crupper neighbor-
noou. a portion oi tne paton was
one-year-old plants, and the other
MAKES $975 FROM
66 APPLE TREES
M. M. Hill of the Kast Side has an
apple story, while coming late in the
season, is nevertheless one of the best
yet. From a careful record be finds
that GO of his Spi teen berg apple trees,
none of tbem ever seven years old,
last year brought him 1975.
Uf these apples, 308 boxes were
4-tler or larger, aud only 32 boxes
went iVtier. Men who packed the
apples declared they were among the
best in the valley. Mr. Hill's total
crop last year with all varieties was
2200 boxes. He doea not expect to
have so large a crop this year, but
says they will we of superior quality.
A drive on the Kast Side will oou
vine any one that Mr. Hill knows
how to Keep au orchard in perfect
Mr. Hill believes that Hood River
orchard lets should thin their apples
very thoroughly. Too many, apples,
maturing, draws on the vitality otthe
tree and does not permit fruit buds to
form for the next season.
WILL MAKE PULP
FROM THE PINES
By a Staff Correspondent.
Uusum, Wash.. Julv 12. There Is
every liulicutlou that before very long
mere win lie a paper milt at Uusum
or Underwood. Martin Thompson of
8hedda,()r.,wbo has holdings along the
river and up the mountain slope, has
beeu carefully Investigating the bull
pine aud has been fully conviuced
tbat It is lust the thing for pulp. If
It is found tnat toe pine and the cot
ton wood that grows in such ereat
abundance here can be used for paper
pulp it will mean a great deal to the
Washington side and especially to
The alarm has been sounded bv the
paper mill magnates that the spruce
fields In the northwest are giving out
and that the consumption of white
paper is greater than the pulp mills
can furnish to supply the demand.
It was only receutly that the publish
ers of Paris made a swoop down on
the pulp ; fields and great shipments
were contrated for. The price has
gradually luoreased and the mill mag
nates nave couterred with the great
publishers to cut down the size of tne
papers and print - fewer pages, thus
saving the consumption.
If the bull pine will do the trick,
capitalists, independent or those allied
with the' so-oalied paper trust, will
unbelt aud it will tie worked to the
greatest extreme. Those who have so
much land in this section will tilid
ready tale and it will open up one of
the greatest Industries in Washington.
The big timber is still largely iu evi
dence and it will be many years before
the great lumber companies cease to
find sucttflient timber to carry on op
erations, If the sorub timber oau be
used fur pulp, why then It will mean
the building up very materially of a
pew ludustry wblcb will mean the giv
ing of employment to hundreds, and
the pluclugof a great deal of addition
al money in circulation.
Charles Walters arrived at the home
of Mordecai Jones on Friday of last
week aud over 10,0IX tine rainbow
trout were placed in the streams aud
small lakes in the Uusum and Trout
Lake country. The Kattlesnake was
also stocked. The stock is from the
hatchery "at Oregon City.
R. Koolin of Montana was looking
over the country lHt week in view of
securing a location to start a trout
farm, lie was greatly taken up with
the oca(ionon the K. 1), Cameron
tract end it is Wieved tbat he will
eventually locate there. Mr. Koolin
did nathtate whom he represented, but
it Is believed that it is the Tacoma
concern tbat has such a large farm iu
The finishing touches are being
placed ou the r ails Hotel. Mr. Cart-
er, the proprietor, is sparing no pains
and expense to make tne notol the
very liuest along the line. There is
no piettisr spot aloug the White Sal
mon than the falls, and already the
boiul i tilled up to tbe Qvertlowlug
I oiut. lbere are twenty large, fine
i oou s, stid it will not uly be a sura
u er teeoit in Itself, but will be a half
way house for the visitors to the
lioi t Lake country. The service is
tpiei i asced and tbe cruslne just such
as up; e)s to one when out on trip,
'li e tubing along the White Salmon
and tl e tributaries is excellent, aud
while the trout are not large, they are
Proposition to Place Big
Million Dollar Concern
SITE AND POWER ASKED OF CITY
E. W. Tarr of Ronton Puts Subject
Before Open Meeting of fom
Hood River is considering n fcl,000,.
000 cotton factory.
Monday night K. . Tan', a Huston
promoter, presented tie imposition
before an open ineetiug or the Com
mercial club. It n n-1,1.1 ol' the peo
ple of Hood River tfcut u liVacre site
and water power be luniislnd free,
and what stock thu Uitiuess men are
able to take subscribed. It is urn.
poBed to raise the balance of the mil
lion dollars iu Portland.
Mr. Tarr was directed to Hood Ukor
by the Chamber of Commerce of Port
land, and was aocomj miied he.re by
Dr. LeRoy, superintendent of the In
formation department of thut organi
zation. Dr. LeRoy, in a happy
speech iu which he referred to Hood
River as the one delightful spot where
he would wish to lttire for the re
mainder of bis days, introduced Mr.
Tarr to the business men of tho city.
Mr. Tarr stated his proposition in
brief, saying tbe industry which he.
wishod to place in Oregon would em
ploy from BOO to 700 people. It would
lie asked that Hood River furnish a
site of 25 acres aud water power. The
factory would be one to manufacture
cotton goods of various kinds. Mr,
Tarr would sea that the mill was built,
machined and stocked and turned
over to the directors on the basis of
a million dollar capitalization, the pro
moter to receive 15 per cent of this
sum for bis work.
Of the $1,000,000 required to cap
italize the plaut, ovor half, or about
KJOO.OOO would be uaod iu buildings
and machinery, stated Mr. Ttitr!
ilOOjOOO would be used to secure law
material, and there should be at loart
1100,000 in the treasury. The lurgert
money Is made iu buying thu raw
material at a good dUcnuiit, added
There were some who considered 15
per cent an unfair sum, but H, M.
Abbott was of opinion that a promot
er was worthy of his hire, considering
the risks he is forced to meet in ell
undertakings. Tho large payroll U
what should attiuct Hood River, re
marked Mr. Abbott.
Major Hooth, chairman of the vert
ing, asked for suggestions for taking
some definite action iu tho n atter,
and R. IJ. Iiragg moved tho appoint
ment of a committee to Inquire fur
ther Into the matter. The nuggctdiou
meeting with approval, Chairman
Booth named as tbe oonwiiittoe : K.
O. Blanc liar, Truman liutler. A. 1).
Moe. On motion of Mr. liutler two
additions were made to the committee
In the persons of D. McDcmdd und
H. P. Davidson.
Mr. Tarr was obliged to leave, for
Portland luraday morning. There
was a preliminary meeting of the com
mittee after the general meeting uf
the club, and it Is likely that a fur
ther conference with the promoter
will be arranged for iu a few days,
Tbe local committee will in the mean
time see what can be done toward se
curing the 25-acre site, aud the water
power, about 500 horse power.
Tbe laud would have to be secured
by stock subscriptions taken by the
citizens of Hood River. Mr. Tarr
stated that the stock would be divid
ed into shares of $100 each.
Power Tied Up at Other Points.
The Olacler learns from a reliable
source that Mr. Tarr. the guuUainiiii
who is promoting the cottou mill
proposition, comes West with the Wbt
of recommendations from Boston cap
italists. His credent lulu readily n et
with the approval of the CLumber of
Commerce of Portland.
An effort was made to locate this
proposed factory near the city of Po; l -land,
but it was found that availallu
water power and locations there ate
tied up, and tbe price of land out of
the question, ihe Orego;t Water
Power Co. had nothing reaHonubln lo
offer,aud no reasonable location coujd
be secured at St. Johns.
Means a Big Thing fur This City.
"The locatiou of tbid cctton ...ctory
in Hood River would menu a big
thing for your city, a big thing for
Portland, aud a big thing for the
whole slate eif Oregon," remarked Dr.
A, LeRoy to a Glacier reporter. "I
have builded my hopes and expira
tions rather high," continued the
doctor, tban'whom there is no more
enthusiastic supporter of Hood liver,
"but 1 feel conlidentthe peoplu here
will not fail to rise to the opportuni
ty. It means much for your city. "
Dr. LeRoy was for several years in
charge of the Oregon Information
Bureau, with a pernmuent exhibit of
the state's resources on display at the
union depot at Portland. A few
weeks ago this organization was amul
gated with tbe Portland Chamber of
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