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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, JULY 20, 1905.
HOOD KIVKR U1HOK NO. HIS, A. K. and A.
M.-MhU Hut-urriay evBiiIng on or before
fHl ll mil IUIHJII. 1 111 MAN Hl TI.KK, W. M.
A.l. UuK, tsecrelury.
lllHHI ItlVKIt ( II AHTKItNO. . R. A. M.
MtxiUi Ilm aud llilid Friday utghuor elicit
month. K. OIANIU.KB, H. P.
A. l. Mok, Secretary.
HOOD KIVKK CHAPTKR NO., O. E.8.
Merlawwond anil fourth Tuenday evening
of each month. Vldltors cordially welcomed.
MKS. .1.1.. HKKHHNKK, W. M.
Mm. Thkksa Cahtnkk, wwretary
IDLKW1LUE I.OIHJU NO. 107, I. O. O. P.
Meet ill Fraternal ball, every Thursday
night. w"M. UANuia, N. U.
II. C. Smith, Secretary
KllEN ENCAMPMENT, NO. 48, I. O. ). K.
Kegtilar meeting second and fourth Mondaya
of each month. I.. K. Moasa, C. P.
H. It. bXTHU'AN, Scribe,
ZATniia KKnKKAH IIKHKKK LOIKjE NO.
81, 1. O. O. K.-Meelt rt and third Friday
in each month.
Mas. E. W. Udkll, N.O.
Mbs I)oka THi)MfNLMetTetry.
WAllaiMA LOIMiK NO. 30. K. OV P
Meeu In K. ot J", hull every i'titvday n ght
V. C. Bitot, (J. C.
H T. DkWitt, K. of r. and S.
HOOD R1VKK CAMP, NO. 7,N, M. W. A.
Mecta in k. ol 1". hull every Wednesday
night, chad. Jon kb, V. 0.
C. U. DAKIN, Clerk.
H(K)l) HIVKH CAMP, N0.77, W. O. W.
MwMhoii tlrst ami third Tuendiiy of each
inoiith In Odd Fellows' hull.
K. II. lll.AUll, C. C.
II. W. WAIT, Clerk.
HOOD til Vhll I'lKlXK NO. 624, WOMK.N
Woodcraft-Meets lit K. of f. hall on the
drum nil Third Fridays of each month.
I.knoka Htuiih, U. N.
Nki.i.ik uot.UiWEi.i., Clerk.
RIVERSIDE I,OHOE NO. (18 A. O. U. W
Meeln nrl and third Saturdays of each
nionih. C. L. Copplb, M. W.
E. It. HRAiii.itr, Klnanc. er
CHKSTKK Hll UTK. KmiraW.
KIVEIW1DK LoDOE NO. 40, DKUREE OK
Honor, A. O. II. W.-AieeU first and Ultra.
MumrdayB at 8 p. in.
M ls COHA ( ol'I'I.B, C. of H.
Mis CAIilim Coi'ri.K, Recorder,
OKlutTtVK W Ah H 1 NGTON" HOO D RIVER
Union No. 142-Meet ill K. of F. hall the
second and fourtu Saturdays in each month
at 7:30 p. in. K. L. Koou, Fresldeut.
V. U. Dakin, SerreUry.
OhETA ASSKMHI.Y NO. llBTllNITEI) ART-iHiim.-Meiil-ihe
flrsi and third Weiliies
duyH, woik: wound and fourth Wednesdays
Anlsaini' hull. J. It. Koiikku, M. A.
C. I). Hknkii II, Secrttary.
COUitl' Hlj6f RIVKK N6., FOR EST Ellis
or AinrriiH,-Ml second and fourth Mon
days in each molr ll in K. ol l. imll.
Uko. Fox.C. R.
F. 0. Biiosii'S, IM'.
CANITY I'OKf, Ml lli.t. A, R.-MKE'iM AT
A. o. II. W. hull, second and lonrtli Satur
ilaysoi each month at 'I o'clock p. in. All
li. A. It. ineinliem invited to meet with us.
A. L I'HKi.rs, Couinmnder.
Thomas (loss AiIJuiuui.
LAN BY W. R. I'., No. K-MKKTH HECOND
and smith Hiur.iHi h oi each Montli in A.
O. U. W. hallal m. .
t.i i.kn Blowkkh, President.
I.IZZ1K (litK, Me. relary
MOUNTAIN HO. IK CAMP No. 34lil, R. N. A.
Aleets ui the K. ol H. tlu.ll on the secoud and
fourth Fridays oleaeli month.
.11 Hi. CAKllllt Bkosil'S, O.
Mks. Eli.A Dak in. R eorder.
Wauna Tkmi'LB No. H. Kath hone Sisters.
Meets secou and lourtli Thursdays of each
niOlllh. AMANDA WlUTKHKAU, M.E.C.
brni.r.A Rh'iiakijsoN, M. ol U, (k C.
DR. W. T. ROWLEY,
1'HYSIUUN, hllliUKuM, OLCLLlal
Olhce in eolith Kuildlng.
O Hire plume 1 . Residence phono 9C3.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AM) SURGEON
Telephones: Office, 281; residence, 811.
HliltOEON O. R. N. Co.
US. MAItY JOHNSON, M. ).
Physician and burgeon.
Offices anu Residence in E. L. Smith llulldlng
Over First. Nit. Bank. Km ranee, rear
ol bank, ou Third St.
II. L. DUMBLE,
I'lIt'SICIA.N .NU SURGKON.
Succi'shoi lo Dr. M. F. Biiaw.
Calls promptly answer m! In town or country,
iniy o, Night.
Telephones: Kesuit uce, till: Office, 813.
office in th. Hi.wius iluildliiK.
DR. J. EDGINGTON,
Physician and Surgeon
Office over the I- irst National bank.
Dili e pu.uie 1I.U. Res. phone 711XI,
DR. A. F. ROWLEY,
Office in (lie Bmlth Uullillnn. Phone 9tI
C H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Specialist ou Crown ana Hridge Work.
Telephones: office. 2H3; residence, 1015.
Office over Bank Hlug. Hood Klvei , ore.
E. H. HARTWIQ,
Will Practice in All CourU.
Office wirh Oeo. ll. Culberlsou 4 Co. Col
lections, AbsLl sets, lcttleiuent o F-siutes.
HOOO K1VEK, OltEi.lN.
JOHN LELAND HENDEtiSON
ATTORNKY-ATLAW. ARSTRACTIB. HO
1ARY PUBLIC and REAL
For 28 yean a reildent of OnMonand Wath
mitnn. Has hsd many year cxperlanc la
Real Estate mattari, aa abstractor, aearcher ol
titles and aent Batiafaction fuarantwl ec
Abtrct Furniibed. Money Loaned.
Hood River, Oregon.
p C. BR0S1U8, M. D.
' PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.
Thone Central, or 121.
Office llonn: 10 to 11 A. M.j J to I
and 6 to 7 P. M.
M. E. WELCH,
THE YE1EKINARY SURtiEOS.
Is prepared to do any work In the veterin
ary line. He ran be found by calling at or
phoning to Clarke a drug store.
Quick and tisfact.ry work. Two bath
tuba in connection.
RUSSELL & REES, Props.
FRAZIER & SON,
Flue and Fireplace Work a specialty.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Arrival and Departure of Malls.
The rxaitofnce Is open dally between 8 a. ni.
and 8 p. m.: Bunday from 12 to 1 o'clock. Malls
for the Fast close at 11. Al a. m H:X p. in. and
9 p. in.; for the West, at 2.40 p. in. and t p. m.
The carriers on R F. I. route No. I and
leave the postofllee at 8.30 a. m. Mail leaves
For Mb Uood, daily at M m.; arrive 10.30
For Underwood, Wash., at 12 m., Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays; arrives same days
at II a. m.
For White Salmon, Wash., daily at 11m.;
arrives al It a. m.
For Hood River, dally at 9 a. m.; arrives at
For Husnm, Trout lke and Guler, Wash.,
dally at 7.30 a. m.; arrives 5 p. ni.
For Ulenwood, Fulda and Gilmer, Wash.,
dally at 7.30 a. in.; arrives at ft p. tn.
For Fine F'lat and Hnowden, Wash., at 1 p.
m. Tuesdays and Saturdays; arrives same
days at 12 in.
For ltlngen, dally at i.Vi p. ni.; arrives at
8.45 a. in.
0. R. & N. TIME TABLE.
No. 2, ChicaKO Special, 11:13 a. m.
No. 1, Sixikaue Flyer, 8:40 p. m.
No. , Mull and Express, Vt-AO p. m.
No. 24, Way Freight, 12:16 p. in.
No. 22. Fast Freight, 4:tKi a. in.
1, Portland Special. 8:58 p. m.
No. 8, Portland Flyer, 6::t a. in.
No. 6, Mali and Express, 4:48 a. in.
No. 23, Way Freight, tt:2i a. in.
No, 5ft, Fast Freight, l.-o," p. ni.
amd union Pacific
3 Trains to the East Daily
Thrninrli Pullman standard and tourist
sleeping cars dally to onmha. Chicago, Ho
ksne; tourist sleeping cars dully to Kaunas
Otv; through Pullman tourist sleeping car
fnersonsally ronducted) weekly to ChicHgo
Reclining chair cars (seat free) to the East
,..-, TIXI tCHCDUUl ......
P"1" Ptrtl.n4, Or. "
Chicago Salt Lai, Denver, el2sp.
Portland Ft. Worth.OmsRa,
Bneeial Kansas City, at.
:16 a. m. Louls,ChlcagoaDd
Atlantis Bait Lake, Denver, (Mai.
Express Ft.Worlh, Omaha,
1:15 p.m. Kansas City, Ht.
via Lonli,t;hicago and
Walla Walla, Lewis- "
Bt. Paal ton, 8pokans,Wal- T:16a.
Fast U all lace. Full man,
;16p. m. Minneapolis, Ht.
Ipokan waukee, Chlcavo
and F t.
wh- pouiis. cfinnecimg uany
and North Keachstnam- Kunday,
er llassalo, Ash street Saturday.
qock (water per.) 10:110 I'. M
FOR Dnvton, Oreeon
City and Yamhill Rlv
er points. Ash street
dock (water per.)
m a. m,
5:30 P. ,M.
FOR L K W 1HTO N. !.l-m A M Ihnm
Idaho, and way pciloU,; Monday, 00 P. M.
from Rlparia, Wash. Wedn'd y i Tuesday,
I I Sunday.
A. L. CRAIQ,
Ceneral Pamngar Af snt, Portland. Ol
T.I. EINNA1ED, Ageut. Uood River.
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plates.
Treatment of li.HPHHeii teeth and gunig.
Oftlce BichIus Buildinif. Phone 1001.
Joseph A. Wilson
Wooden Water Pipe
Ovpr Spot Cash Corner Orociry Store
I am manufacturing at my
yard near Columbia nursery
south of town, as fine a qual
ity of common brick as can
be found in the state. Have
200,000 to .300,000 brick on
hand for inspection. Price
at yard $8 per thousand.
Come out to the yard and
see how we make brick.
A. T. ZKEK.
Water and Light Notice
All water ami light hills must be paid
at the company's otlire each month in
advance, on or before the 10th day of
the month. No collector will be sent
out hereafter ln all cases where bills are
not promptly paid when due, the ser
vices will be discontinued until all
arrearages are paid.
HtKJD RIVER ELECTRIC L. P. &
Bv E. E. GOFF. Mgr.
J7UREKA MEAT MARKET,
McOCIRE BROS, Props.
Dealers In Fresh and Cnrad MmU, Lard,
Poultry, Fruit and VegetablM.
F.H.8TAN1.KV, K. I..XMITH, E.O. lil.ANCBAR
1'res. Vlce-l'res. ('ashler.
The First National Bank
OF HOOD R1VF.K, ORKllON.
Capital and Surplus, $:10,00.
Established June 1, 1S0J.
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Accuracy guaranteed. Twelve years'
experience in some of the foremost
P. M. HALL-LEWIS
Civil and Architectural Engineer
Office, Second Ht., adjoining Waucoina Hotel.
Residence, Country Club Inn
HOOD RIVER, ORKUOX.
JOSEPH A. WILSON
Developed Water Power
for eale. Parties deairiiig power for
manufacturing purpose's w ill do well to
write to liini.
R. P. ORR,
Brick-work, Plastering and
STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
HOOD RIVER, OTtKGOX.
S H. COX
Plans and Estimate FoamsMD.
J. F. STRANAHAN"
Of -5 years' eiperience. Will for
olsh plans and specifications for all
kinds of buildines. Strictly up to data.
LocaUd at Hood River.
FREDFRICK & ARNOLD.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of work
Phnnna' Arnold. Main as.
rUUIlUM. rrederlci. M.in m
t B. F. BELIEU,
ay Plans anp Estim ateh Fukmsiiko -
"SIMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
Decorative Painting and Paper llunirliig
Plans furninhd. p'.Htimateg care
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
W. E. PENNELL,
Window and Door Sc-rc.cn, Window
find Door Framn,( J)icc and Sture Fix
ture. I'uhoMrriiifi and Furniture llc-
pairinfi, Carpet Jhuling, Vtcaninij and
Laying. uood mver, ure.
Hood River Marble WorKs
Am prepared to execute
all orders for granite and
marble work, monuments,
Also contract for all kinds
of stone masonry, con
MISS GERTRUDE M. WALLACE
Teacher of Piano
Will receive piano pupils at the residence
or Mrs. H. It. hitewarl, Hisid Hiver. Terms
reasonable. Cull allernoons or 'phone .ilil.
W. O. SANDERS & CO.
We :irp pivpiirpd Ui innke plarw for up-lo-drtto
lHiHilrn, IihihII' Mil Kind of build
ing conlrHrtH. 8 uk before buihlintc.
!ty virtue of mi execudnn Wsned out of the
HonnrHble Cm-nit ( 'ourt ol t tie st( ol Oivkod
for tlie County ol Wiiwd, nn the iHtli day of
Inly, V.HV, In favor of Kruiik IuwnHrt( plain
titl. mid HK'iinst Krank c. Wllwm, dcfffidHtit,
for tlie Mini of four hnndn d anil torly and
fni lt0 dollar, K"ld coin, Hint fr'O nitoriify's
ft eH,anl jfo .ft(t ti 3iin puid, tont-Uir with . n t r
phI on rmI 3(0 5 I from lat il y:tid .ludKinf-nl
May 'S, IIHIS, at rale of ten wr nt ptr hdiiuim
mid accruing n, I have It-vlcd upon nnd
will wtl at public Huclliin, on Hatnnlay, the
19th dy of AutfUrif, UW). at l oYlork p. in., at
the nuir I hotiHf dtiiir In IalU-h Cny, V awo i
County nnd Ktate f Oregon, alt the rluht,!
tillt- and intfrem which th- wild Kruiik (!.Wll-1
son, defendant, hnd on or a Per the mu day of !
Mioter, IWW, In tr to the ft. Mowing Ut Mcrit-ed j
preinlwn, lo-wit: TIip NK1 of NK'4 of tsec- i
Hon 1 ', In Township 2 Nor lit, Uan.e y Knst of ,
WillHmette .MerMtun, umi Ui -1 tn Mirilon 7
nnd lot 7 in HiclUm rt. In 'I'owiwhlp 'I North,
Hane 10 Em tf V illainel e Meiidian, till In t
said Whmio County, Hiiiif ot (Meyon. The I
HHld expf'Utioii betiiK w Issued on a iuilineni.
and decree duly rendered in said Circuit
Cour' nnd enrolled In the office of the clerk of
said Court on I tie "JJd day of May, ltKfi, In a
certain nuit wherein said Frank nvenort
wan plaintiff und Krank V. WitMu was de
fendant. Teriiisof sale, cash.
jHtted at Ialle City, oreiton. thin lKih duy
of July, lnuft.
j K. r. KKXTON,
I ysi Sheriff of Wawo County, Oregon.
Cycle ivp-IKnst promptly done. Khop Ih S
blot-tut eaM of tm!l ground, new Holnmn i
store. J. H. Hicks. ;f
Big Sale of Land.
Io you wnt a t-n ten tract of ilrwt-clnwi
ntrawtrry or fruit lnnd at r. bunni in? If mo.
exmnlne the M. H. Hotter farm n-Hr city of
Hood Kiver, lift HTf. Junt plaivd on the
market to be wild In lot Ut unit, full M tlie
farm orany real estate firm in Hod Klrr.
Jltf m 13tta -irevl, l ortlund
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Di-psrtmcnt of tlie Interior:
11 ni ted Ml U s I jiihI oiltiw.Tlic lallcs,( ircKim .
June 13, likib. Notice is licrctiy Uivcn Ihat the
rolliiwlna-naint'd settler Iisb II let mdlcc of lil
Inlcntloii to iiihkh final pnsif in supisirl nl
his cliiitn. anil thai said proof will la- made
brnirv ticortte T. I'ralhcr. u. H Miniiiissliiir.
at tils ottiiu nt Hood tflver, O.cmin, ou Au
gust. 3, in, vis:
ofllnod Hiver. (ire., H. K. K. N.1, foi Ihc T.
KK'j of Station W'S NWKjof Station ai.
Township 1 North, Itanse Kast, V. M
Ho name tha followins; wHn.sses to
prove his continuous residence timn and cul
tivation of said land, vi.: Iu is K. Murse.
I'licstcr Slnite, liiarlas t'astner, John W.
Moore, all of Hood Klver, Orcnoii.
Mil'HAKI, T. MH.V.V, I(ci(Uor.
NOTICK FOK PUBLI'ATION.
Department of the Interior, Land Office at The
Dalles. Oregon. June 27, 1H.
Notice is hereby iriven that the foUowinK-named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim, ami said pruof
will be rroul. before George T. I'rather, II, S.
Ornimissitmer. at his office, at Hood Hiver. Oregon,
on August . llf, vii:
LKW1S C. WEYGANDT, Jr.,
of Mt. Hool, Omm; on H. E. No. KKS. for the
SSSs'., NK'-sSW'n. SE'iNWI-4, of Section 9.
Tp. 1 South, Ranire 10 E.. W. M.
He names the followina witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said
land, vis: James N- Knight, George Perkins.
William S Gribble, James It. Kew, all of Mt Hwxl,
ji27 MICHAEL T. NOI.AN. Ucgistcr.
Sliprlu'u Sale Foreclosiirt'.
Mary L. Harbison, by Robcri K. Harblwui
her attorney In fact, plalniti!', vs. DiuiKlas
l,(M'Kiuiiti and Annie Lockmau, lormurly hus
band and wile, defendants.
By virtue ot an execution, decree nnd order
of sale, duly issued out of, and under ihc seal
of the circuit court ol Hie stale of (iregim,
countv of Wasco to me directed, dal. d the;;il,
dav of June, IIHif. iiin a dwree lorihelon
closure of a certain mortiraKC. ,nd Jiiilirineni
rendered and entered In said court on ih.
J4ili dav of June, l'.rOi, in the 'ibme enllllen
cause, in favor of the plalntlrl. Mary 1.. Har
bison, and ag'ilnst the rtefen.Ui'ls liouglu.
Isickniaii and Annie Lockinan, as Ju.luioen'
debtors In Hie several sums on three certain
promissory notes, to wit: On note No. one
principal, the sum of three bundled (TO, doll
ars, together with interest at the rate of hi t
per cent per annum from Hie 3m h day or April,
wot, till the ;lih day of May, I i", "iimuniun;
to ihe sum ol' three hundred, ihir'.y two ami
Mt-ltW (SUi..'i) dollars, with Imcriwt on said
amount Irom May ;)ili, UK) ni. Ml paid at Hie
rale of lo per cent pur annum.
On note No. two, principal, Ave hundred
(lauti) dollars, together with .Interest thereon
at tlie rate or S (ht cent per iinnuin
lor said lime amounting In all tothesuniul
live hundred, forty-lhree, and ;s lim iaw.!Bi
dollars, Willi Inleresl on sairTatnoiini lioni
May Willi. Ittor., until paid, at toe rale ol s ht
cent wr annum.
on note No. Him, prlnelpul, five hundred
('.tiiil doll.rs, togetlier with Iniercst thereon
for said time, amounting in all lo the sum ol
liva Hundred, forty-three and as UK) it.Ml.tii
dollars, with interest ou said amounl from
May MMi, !'.a"i. until paid at lh rule of s per
ceuV K-r cent per annum, all n enlted Slates
gold coin; mnkini! an aggrcicte amount ol
lou.tecu hundred, Illlltceu. 1:1-10 1 rfUPI lib
dollais.prliiclpal and int. with intore..! there
on from Mav :ttli, Ml".,untll p. d.nt rale afor
esaid antl hi 1 1 her sum of tae.ve and 60 lim
(I2.:0) dollius lor taxes paid I the plalnllll,
Willi interest liiere.in from t:..- Willi day ol
Mav, l'.Krt, until paid, hi the ruvul in per cent
p. r annum, all in United 8Ut.-.;o'd coin, U
gothcr Willi Hie further sum l one hunilred
and tlfty (MM) dollars at'oniev's tee
and tlie further sum of tciit r.i) doll
ars cts. und llio costs of anu . j f h si tins writ:.
and commanding me to make aalei.f rual property
embraceil in such decree of foreclosure, ami heri
inafU'rdescrils-d, 1 will on Saturday, the "lh day
of August, lao5, at tlie hour of ! u'ckmk in tlie
afteili wa uf ssidday. and SLfront door of
tlit i.ui.tv c.jui;' honr U Th ..i,r" 'd; Vaser.
counly, state of Oi-egon. sell al public auction to
the highest bidder for cash in hand, all tlie right,
til le and interest which the defendants Douglas
Ixickman and Annie Ijirhman. or either of them,
had on the 30th day of Aliril, 114. the dale of the
mortgaged fcireciosed herein, or which such de
fendants or either of them herein have since acqu
ired, or now have, In and to thai certain real prop
erty, situate in the county of Wasco and state of
Oregon, and descrilM-d as follows, to-wit!
lleginning at a point forty rods west from the
northeast corner of the southeast quarter of the
southeast quarter of section two. in township two
north, range ten east of the Willamette meridian;
running thence west forty rods, thence north
forty ruds, thence east forty rods, thence south
forty rods to the place of beginning-, containing
ten acres of land, or so much of said property as
will satisfy the judgment and decree, with costs
and accruing costs
Said property will be sold subject to confirma
tion and redemption as by law provided.
Dated at The Dalles, Oregon, this 27th day of
June, ISM. K. C. SEXTON.
Sheriff of Wasco County, Oregon.
JOHN LELAND HENDKKSON,
liiij ."it Attorney for plaintiff.
Notice is hereby given Hint the undersigned
I'aul K . Paulsen, lias been duly appointed b
the Honorable County Court of Wasco Conn
1y, Oreeon, us dinlnlslrnior of the estate of
James K. Koss. deceased. All iwrsons having
chilms against said estate are hereby notified
to present the same lo nie, properly verified,
or at the office of my uttoi neya, Menefce
Wilson, nt The Dulles. Oregon, within six
inonllis from dateof tills notice.
PAI'l. K. I'AUI SKN,
Administrator of tlie Estate of
J'Jltj-ti James K. Foda, deceased.
Is hereby given to the stockholders of the
Mountain Valley Water t ;. that all who are
deilniiuent on their stork, and who do not
nay ihe lull amount due on said stock on or
before .Inlv 2H. Ili5. said stock will be sold tor
Indebtedness July ail, l'Hio, al the hour of anu
O clock p. in., at J. It. Kees homestead,
liy order of the Hoard of Hirer tors,
J-JO J. 1 i. HOKK, Secretary.
Notice heri'hy Klven, Hint at a Hpet'lal nitwit
Inir of the bunni of cllrot-ttirs nl the IIimiiI Klver
Irrllfiill.in lilstrk-l, helil m their olHee In the
Mt. Hood lintel, In khIiI (tiKtrli'l,on HiiturrtHy,
the IJitli tinv of July. l'i'. it wan entlinaterl
and determined liy the Huuril of lllreetoniof
wild Irrlualliin District thai It Is necesHHi y to
mine iM.0iill.iK) for the imriusi of ronxtriiclInK
the neeeHWiry IrriKatlnii oiiialn nnd workH,
and Hcnnlrlnir the neecsHMry oroncrty mid
rights therefor, and othcrwliw currying out
tlie proviMinna 01 tne act under which mini
Said Hoard at the name time nnd place elno
culled a upecliil election In tic Held at the tune
mid place hereinafter mentioned, Ht. which
Rtiall he Kiitimiiif.1 lo tne ciccuirft or HHia irri
cation DUtrlct the nuestaiii whether or not
the hnndnnf aid district in t lie amount atiove
mentioned kIihII he issued; una the Hoard dl
reeled that noil thereof be alven in the
manner provided by lnv. tlie said not lee lo
la? hluned by tlie secretary of the board of di
rectors. Now, therefore. In pursiniiice of the (oreifo
Inn Authority, notice s In r.'by given thsi a
HH?clnl election will be bcnl at the Harrell
school house. In the iln.l Itlver Irrigation
District, In Wiihhi t'.mut , (ireion, on Hatur
iluy. the 12th day ol ciiiri, at which
shall be Nlibinlttd to I tic .-IccUirs of said Irri
cation Ptstrlct the iin"-li n whether or not
the bonds of said d s'rirt ..hall be issued In
the fllilil of .'O.UIIOIIII. fnr lie purfH.ses atwive
mentioned. 1 tie sii ;it surii pi-tion will be
nencd at Hie hour of k ci.s-k a. ni. and will
tie closed al the hour ol ; 'clock ii. in., slid
said election will he hcli! H d Ihe res lit there
of rictci mined sml deelm.-.i in all resact as
nearly as practicable In ennf rnilty wih the
reiiilreni.'nis of t'.e law c iie.-riiiuc tlie elec
tion or officer for said d strict.
NoIIch is lurther iiiven that J. K. Helme, S.
O. Ksstmsn and J, W, Iiil'hIIs were regularly
apjsrlnted .indir'Hi of sad election, and L. 11.
Ariieism, Jno. t aniner ami 1.. uinsniore cierss
Hy order of the Board of Directors of Hie
Hisid River Irrigation lasirirt.
J II sIKiKMAKKIt,
HiH-relary of the Hoard.
Dated at Hood River, tin wn, this 1Mb dny
of July, l'JOT). j.HHS
Timber and Homestead
I have for location sonic choice apple Istiiln
andtlmqer rlHlim: alno relliKiuixlinioiiUi nnd
land to wript. Call on or addraw,
Wm. f. hand,
lies. Phone 378. Hood River. Ore.
BIG MONEY IN
PROFITS PER ACRE ARE IMMENSE
Karly Straubfrrle 'et Growers $2
and $'i Crate. Cherries and
Plums Equally Good.
Fruit growers 0f Mosior are feoliug
jtibilotit over the fruit crops Id that
valley. Strawberries ami cherries
Yielded well there thin vear: the apple
crop will lie a lare one, and peach
plums are belli"; now shipped iu large
A. P. Uateham, one of the leading
fruit men of that locality, shipped
10-1 crates of strawberries tbia year
thnt will net him an average price of
better than a crate, lie received as
high as ?6 a crate for his early tier-
is. Ihe season with him lasted for
ill days, lie is havestlng u large crop
of pencil plums, w hich are bringing
tke a case not.
V. Honuiiigsou reports that lie gath
ered six tons of cherries oh of 10(1
trees. The cherries eold for enough
to miike his incoii e about ?.W an
aero. The hundred trees are all he
Iihs in cherries, liotweeu the cherry
trees he grows htraw berries aud hay.
His stniw U'rnce are very early, aud
ftoiti an acre of ground he marketed
UK) crates wuieli returned turn a net
average of 1 per crate. Here is $800
made from a litlw over an acre of
Mr. llenningsen's family left last
week for Hiilfnlo, where Mrs. lieu
uingKeu will spend the summer with
E. L. Carroll gathered 11 boxes of
cherries from one six-year-old tree.
llio cherries told for 1.07'. All
luiHKonger trains make the Mosier stop,
to take on fruit these days. The
poach plums are shipptd iu 'jo-pouud
oases. Wr. lleunmgsen is buying all
tlie plums he can, paying 115 a toil.
lie packs the fruit and Is shipping it
!o points Ka.t. This fruit does excep
tionally well lit Mosier. The crop
there will amount to about 4,000 or 5,-
000 cases thiB summer.
FIRE DESTROYS THE
MOSIER BOX FACTORY
The Mosier box factory, tho proper
ty of Orecn & Heck, was completely
destroyed by tire last Wednesday
morning; loss about $4000, with no in
surance It is understood that mere
was also an indebtedness ou the plant.
making the loss all the more bard for
the owner. ,,., ,
ill 11 JnlltOl't IbOUUMr. OVPI n
stream of water. It appears to have
been the custom to keep a tire beneath
the building at all times to consume
the Huwilunt and shavings. The high
wind Wednesday fanned the flames
until the blaze went through tlie floor
of the factory, aud in a few minutes
the lira whs entirely beyond control,
The tinmen spread to the dry grass
and destroyed 100 acres of pasture be
fore being put out. t
it was only by hard, work that sev
eral barns were saved. A. P. Hate
bam loHt about 00 acres of pasture
grBHs; Mr. Belli nger l!0 acres, and sev
eral other farmers about 20 acres.
Storetl in the box factory at the
time of the Ore were the camp sup
plies and touts of a party of Seventh
Day Advents, who intended opening
a camp meeting- at Mosier, Tuesday
of this week. Their goods meant a
loss of 100. The meeting has been
called otf, the members of the party
going on to Portland.
KEEPS IIP WELL
G. R. Castnor, who is assisting Su
perintendent Sfliiiii'Jti n looking after
the Wasco county exnibitnt tho I.nttis
and Clark exposition, Buys:
"We are still holding our position
well to the front as the best county as
far as a fruit exhibit is concerned,
but we are now Hearing a time when
cherries are gone with nothing to take
their plnce. That makes that part of
the exhibit which has drawn a great
deal of attention look rather bare.
Some nice peach plums or apricots
would till that space to good advan
tage, anil shoulii any of your readers
feel disposed to send us some they
would lie appreciated.
'The apples are holding up well. We
still have two plates of the large Hydes
Kings from ii. li. Tucker, got on the
opening tiny that bid fare to last this
month out. The Hydes Kings came
out of coM storiigo iu perfect condi
tion, being one of the best keepers.
Mr. Clalloway tolls mo that they and
the Arkansas liliicks were tho only
two that helil up through the entire
St. Louis fair.
"One of the poorest keepers In cold
sfortigo is the Mack Twig; about the
next pi orest is the largo, light colored
Spitzonbitrg. Hy the way, 1 opened a
box n.aik"il Sooknofurthros from Mr.
Tucker and found one of the best
Spitzonhiirgs wo have shown this far.
No (I i uht a .mistake i:i marking. The
Newtown comes out of cold storage in
good condition, but does not bold up
as v eil as some others, when put ou
"The Rev. Newell Dwight Hillis was
a visitor several times to our booth.
We furnished him with samples of
fruit to send to the New York World.
We also gave hi in some Hydes Kings
that weighed 17 and 18 ounces each.
He is very enthusiastic over our ex
hibition and has promised to write a
long article ou it for the World."
Wasco Apple Was tbe lilggest.
The Dalles Chronicle.
"We want the biggest Hen Davis
apple to be found in the Oregon ex
hibit," said two Harrisburg girls at
the agricultural building at the expo
sition the other day, and when asked
what they wanted of it said that
man over in the Washington building
bad claimed they bad larger apples
than Oregon can raise and had offered
the girls six of the largest apples lo
tbeir exhibit if they'd produce larger
ones from Oregon. They were direct
ed to Wasco county's exhibit, where
they borrowed the largest apple on
exhibit and marching otf to the Wash
ington building, soon returned with
their six apples, the Oregon apple
having weighed a half ouuee more than
the largost Washington bad.
Who knows but what hops may aoon
1 one of the leading products of the
Hood Klver valley. A Talley hop buy
er, on learning that H. l' Sboemak-.
er of this place had planted five acres
to hop vines this spring, was in the
valley last week to see how the experi
ment was working, aud so satisfied is
he with results so far thnt be is anx
ious to plant 150 acres here, aud to
contract for the product for five years
at 15 cents a pound. Mr. Shoemaker
says it costs no more to plaut an acre
of hop roots than It does an aero of
corn. The roots can be secured at to
per thousand. The two Clement boys
planted two acres for him In one day,
at a cost of 13 for the labor. Ho plant
ed GT0 roots to the acre. He expects
to get his first crop next season.
Tho hop dealer who was here last
week, tioliovas the climate here, being
dryer than the valley, would be even
better for hop growing. He Iwlieves
a great deal of the trouble with bop
lice and honey due would not lie en
Ulg money has been made from this
product In the Wlliimette valley, and
why not here? Oregon as come to be
one of the greatest hop-producing
states of the Union. If they will do
well here there should be money iu
PAYING CROP HE HAS
Two acres of strawberries on A. W.
Uoorinau's ten-acre farm two miles
southwest of town produoed 455 crates
or berries, which Mr. ISooruiau sayt
will average him 81.54. Here is au
iuootne of $700.70 from two acres.
Mr. Hooraiao Is convinced tarries are
the best paying crop be can produce
on his laud.
Mr. lioortnan plowed up part of bit
berry plantation last summer and
sowed the laud to clover. He does not
regret having done so be says, as be
believes he took better care of the bal
ance of the patch at less expense. He
raised a good deal of clover, and if
the cream route is established will
buy two or three cows.
Having received his returns on his
berry crop, Mr. Doorman and family
loft Hntu-'dsy morning for a trip to
the Lev. and, Clark yvpoiHioHt at
Portland, liefore returning tn.y Will
visit witk Mr. Hooornian's daughter,
Mrs. Hanley, at Hillsboro.
The big mill of the Davenport Bros.
Lumber Co. at Green Point was de
stroyed by lire shortly after midnight
Wednesday. Tbe loss will come near
firi,000; no insurance. As there
are large orders waiting to lie filled,
the company has begun to replace tbe
machinery, and tbe buzz of tbe saws
will again be beard in tbe forests of
Green Point within a few weeks.
Considerable money bad recently
been expended by tbe mill oompauy
iu increasing the size of the mill, and
the daily output was expected to reach
1,000 feet daily. One side of tbe
mill bad been operating but a few
days, and was cutting 75,mK) feet.
lieu Theysou says it was the hottest
lire he ever saw.' In three minutes
after the fire got under headway the
whole building was a mass of flames
that sltot bigh In tbe air. Mr. They
sou believes tbe tire came from smoul
dering sawdust iu the rear of the en
gine room. The conveyor, used in
dumping sawdust into the furnace,
was not working smoothly and per
haps during the day sparks were con
veyed from the engine into tbe saw
dust and tbero covered up, whero tliey
smouldered until late at uight.
J. W. Lyle, another employe, says
the flames must have gone skyward
400 feet. Wbile the heat was intense,
the fire was of short duration, and it
is possible a great deal of the macbiu
ery can be saved.
Frank Davenport, president of the
company, says the early reports of tbe
losses were considerably too high.
He believes tbe sum will not exceed
tl'2,0l0. Two of the boilers can be
saved, he says, aud a good deal of the
other machinery. The actual loss
will, of course, amount to quite a sum
when the loss of time is taken into
consideration. Tlie mill had just been
put iu position to cut a large amount
of lumber, and there were many or
ders waiting to be filled. Repairs
will be made at once, and Mr. Daven
port thinks it will not lie over three
weeks before bis company will be saw
SHOULD BE MONEY
IN FANCY CHERRIES
Fancy Ring cherries sent from Hood
River by the Hood River Fruit Grow
ers' union sold in New York for $3..r0
per ten-pound box. Allowing 75 cents
expressage and .So cents commission
there is $2.40per box for the man who
raised the cherries. These were of
course extra fancy, but it goes to show
that fancy cherries will command a
good price in New York, market con
ditions being favorable.
Tbe union is in receipt of a letter
from Sgobel A. Day, which says: "We
are glad to hear you people have
planted cherries, because you are
bound to do well in tbe future; but
you must learn bow to pack them for
the New York market."
There is evidently money tn the
cherry business if properly bandied,
notwithstanding tbe discouraging re
ports circulated by tbe Kan Diego man
who was here this summer, packing
cherries for tbe Eastern markets.
JIM HILL WILL
Hand Behind Rail
Great Southern May
Be His Road
INTO HEART HARR1MAN DISTRICT
Confirmation of Ills Plans of Opera
atlon Comes from Several Di
rect Sources Will Reach
After sparring for some time, the
Columbia Railway A Ntt iatioli com
pany has tipped it olf and on all sides
from men In authority, aud otheri-who
aro high up iu railway circles have
discovered that Jim Hill, who has
gal noil control of the Northern Pacific
by decision of the courts iu the great
merger controversy, is invading the
territory of the euemy, one Mr. Har
rlmau, aud Is slipping down tho north
bank with a transcontinental line and
will give the O. R. & N. direct com
petition from sea to sea.
It is no wild guess to say that Jim
Illil Is even entering the very heart
of Oregon with the Great Southern
now building from Tho Dalles to Du
fur. When the bridge at Vancouver
is constructed to give the Northern
Paciflo a direct entrance to Portland
there will be no further use for the
big ferry at Kahuna. This may be
moved up the river tn -The Dalles to
transfer cars from the Great Southern
to the north batik road, thus giving
direct communication from the inter
ior of Oregon by Jim Hill's road into
President Helmricb of tho Great
Southern was in Rend last week.
Wbile there boInformed the Rulletiu
inau that bis company contemplates
extending tbeir road from Dufur to
the niotropolls of Northern Crook,
with tlie probability ot u eoiiUnuniu e "
The liulU'tin man put the question
to the President of a bridge at The
Dalles, and was givou the following
"We are not worrying at nil about
that. We shall have au easteru outlet
when we are reday for it."
A locomotive engineer who exam
ined tlie new rolling stock of the Great
Southern lemiuked :
"If that equipment didn't come
from tbe Great Northern shops, I
don't know anything about such mat
ters. It is certainly Great Northern,
and I think the Great Southern is a
Jim Hill enterprise. Those dry goods
men who are nominally building the
new road are not in the entetpiito on
their own account. Mark my words,
it's Jim Hill.
"Somebody Is right now buying
right of way down the north bank of
the Columbia. 1 have a ranch there
myself and have been approached for
right of way across it. One of my
neigbors this week sold right of way
across his farm for $l,(Hxl and got the
money, too. A number of others hate
made similar arrangements lately, I
tell you Jim Hill menus to comedown
the Columbia river with tlie Northien
Pacillc aud he means to got into Cen
tral Oregon. "
The revealing of who Is back of tho
project along tho north bank and who
is the prucahsor of the C. R. & N, has
great significance, for it supplies the
the link nnd shows who is back of the
greatest railway project in the history
of the railroad world. It mens a great
deal to the people of Washintgon and
Oregon. It will, too, mean a great
deal to the iutertesta of James Hill,
for it will open up a way- from the
East to the Orient.
Men in railroad circles ate now
aware of the shrewd manipulation of
Hill and his co-workers. The ranch
ers and the merchants see through it
and that is why all are so positive
that the road is a foregone conclusion.
Of course during times like this, wl on
such a gigantic move is on foot etery
town wants a depot, and every outly
ing village, swelled over its on n im
port, starts a hot air story tint the
road is coming this way or that way.
The whole thing in a nut shell is that
the road is coming down the uotth
bank, and that it is for a Iihii-k n
tineutal line connecting St. 1 mil with
Portland, thus ottering a cliimce for
the Northern Pacillc to market its
stuff to the Orient. K L. C.
Consumption Claims Another Victim.
Alfred Kgger, who camo here from
Portland a few weeks ago to seok re
lief from consumption, died Iat Fri
day at his camp iu the upper valley,
aged ') years. Tlie body was accom
panied to Portland by bis parents,
Mr. aud Mrs. John Fger, where fun
eral sevrices wore conucted Monday
from the family borne on Columbia
Rest Spraying Material
at the loweat prices at .Clarke's store,