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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, AUGUST 3, 1905.
HOOD RIVKR I.ODW5 NO. 105, A. K. and A.
M.-Mwti Haturday evenlnic on or before
each full moon. Tkcman Bl'TLKH, W. it.
A.D. MoK, Hecretary.
HOOD K1VKHCH A1TKK NO. . K. A. M.
Meats flint and third Friday nlgiitaof each
incuin. r. cuANui.tn, h. 1'
A. 1. M ok, secretary.
HOOD KIVEtt CHAPTER NO. 25. O. E. 8
Meet second and fourth Tueaday evening
oieacu inoutn. viHiiors cordially welcomed
MKS. J. I. II KKMHN KK, W, M
M kh. Tiiekksa Castnkii, Secretary.
IW.KWll.llKLOIIUKNO. 107, I. O. O. C
Mwla iu Fraternal hull, every Thursday
lllglll. WM. UANUIH, M, U,
H. C. Smith, Secretary
KDEN ENCAMPMENT. NO. 48. I. O. O. F.
Regular meeting iMMxmd aud fourth Mondays
oi eacu montn. u K. mousk, c. f
H. R. Entuican, Scribe.
LAUREL RKBKKAH DEGREE LOBtiE NO.
HI, I. o. O. F.-Meru drat and third Fridays
in eacn moutu.
Mrs. E. W. IT dell, N. O.
mw. iwka moM-no.-, secretary.
WAUCOMA LODGE NO. 30. K. OF P
Meets tu K. of V. hall every TueHday night
v. J. llHOCIt, u. i;.
H T. DkWitt, K. of r. and 8.
HOOD RIVER CAMP, NO. 7,702, M. W. A.-
Meeta iu K. of P. hall every Wednesday
nignt. i has. junks, v. i;
C. U. Dakin, Clerk.
HOOD RIVER CAM 1, NO. 77, W, O. W.-
Meeta on first and third Tuesday of each
month In Odd bellows' hall.
F. H. Bi.Ana.CU.
II. W. Wait, Clerk.
HOOD RIVER CIRCLE NO. 6'JC WOMEN OF
Woodcraft-Meet at K. of P. hall on the
first and Third Fridays of each month.
Lknoka Hithk, U. N,
Nki.i.ie hoi.lowki.l, Clerk.
RIVERSIDE LODGE NO. 8 A. O. U. W
Meets first aud third Saturdays of each
mouth. C. L. Coi'i'i.K, M. W
E. R. 11KADI.KY, Financier
Chkmtkk Shutk, Recorder.
RIVERSIDE LODGE NO. 40. DEGREE OF
Honor, A. O. U. W.-MeeU first and third
ISaturdays at 8 p. in.
Miss ("OKA COPI"I.lt, C. of H.
Ml mm CAKKllt I ol'l'l.K, Recorder.
ORDER OF WASHINGTON HOOD RIVER
Union No. 14'J-Aleela iu K. of P. ball the
second and fourth Saturdays lu each mouth
at 7:u p. in. fc. Li. koou, (resident.
C. U. Dakin, Secretary.
OLETA ASSEMBLY NO. 11B. UNITED ART-
isuna. Meets the first aud third Wednes
days, work: second and fourth Wednesdays
Artisans nan. j. it. koukku, m. a
C. D. liKNUit H,rjecn.lury,
COURT HOOD RIVER NO. 4a, FORESTERS
of America, Meets second and fourth Mon.
days lu each month In K. of P. hall.
GKo. Fox, C. R.
K. C. Bkohius, F. C
CAMiY POST, NO. lli. G. A. R. MEETS AT
A. o. U. W. hull, second and louriu Satur
days of each month at 'o'clock p. in. All
G. A. R. members invited to meet with us.
A. L. I'll k.i. fs, Commander.
Thomas Goss, Adjutant.
CAN BY W. R. C, No. 16-MEETS SECOND
and lourtu Saturdays of each Month lu A.
o. u. . nan at z p. in.
Kl, l.KN H low law, President.
Lizzie Gkk, Secretary
MOUNTAIN HOME CAM P No. am. II. N. A.
Meets at the K.of P. Hull on the second and
fourth Fridays ol each month.
Alan., cakkik Uhomius, O.
Mum. Ki.la Dakin, Recorder.
Waiisa Tkmi-i.i No. i). Katbbone Hlnlara.
Meets secoux and lourth Thursdays of each
month. Ahamia Whitkhkau, M.E.I'.
Kl'KI.LA KlCHAKUnoN, M. Of R. & C.
DR. W. T. ROWLEY,
PHYSICIAN, SUiUJEON, 0CCTL1ST
Otllce lu Smith Building.
Offlce phone 1. Residence phone 'Ml.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Telephones: Office, 281: residence, 811.
SURGEON O. R. AN. Co.
JRS. MARY JOHNSON, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Offices and Residence In E. L. Smith Building
Over First Nut. Bank. Entrance, rear
ufbuok.ou Third St.
H. L. DUMBLE,
J'HYKICIAN .iNI) SURUKON.
Successor lo Dr. M. F. Shaw.
Calls promptly answrt ?d In town or country,
Day or Night.
Telephones: Residence, till: Office, 1)1.1.
oilice in the llroslus building.
DR. J. EDGINGTON,
Physician and Surgeon
Office over the First National bank.
Otllce phone 1433. Res. phone 7(3X1,
DR. A. F. ROWLEY,
Office In tlie Smith Building. Phoue i;l.
C H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Specialist on Crown aud Bridge Work.
Telephones: office, S93; residence, 1015.
Offlce over Bank Bldg. Hood River, ore.
M. E. WELCH,
THE VE1EKINARY Sl'RUEO.N'.
Is prepared to do any work In the veterin
ary line. He can be found by calling at or
phoning to Clarke s drug store.
E. H. HARTWIG,
Will Practice lu All Courts.
Office wlrh Geo. K. Cuibertsou lt Co.
I 4111118, Abstracts, Itcttleliielll of folates.
liOUD K1V EK. UKi lT J.v
JOHN LELAND HENDEtifcOX
attornhy-at-la w. ABSTKAtrriR, no.
1ART PUBLIC and REAL
For M years a realdsnt ol Oregon and Was h
lagton. Has had many years experience la
Real Estate matters, a abstraetor, searcher ol
titles and BaltslaoUso guaranteed er
Abstract Furnished. Honey Loaned.
Hood River, Oregon.
p C. BR081U8, M. D.
' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
'Phone Central, or 121.
Office Honrs: 10 to 11 A. H.; I to
and 6 to 7 P. 11.
JTCREKA MEAT MARKET,
McUl'IRI BROS, Fropa.
Daalara la Fraah and Cured lfaata. Lara.
Iulln, rrulu and Vcgaualaa.
Arrival ml Departure of Malls.
The poatofflce Is open dally between I a. ni.
and 8 p. in.; Sunday In.in 11 to 1 o'clock. Malta
for the East close at 11.20 a. m., 8.20 p. m. and
p. m.; for the West, at 2.40 p. m. and p. m.
The carriers on R. F. D. routes No. 1 audi
leave the postoffice at 8.90 a. ni. Mall leaves
ror .ml tioou, dally at 12 in.; arrive! 10.20
F"or Underwood, Wash., at 12 m., Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays; arrives same days
at II a. m.
For White Salmon, Wash., dally at 12 in.;
arrives at 11 a. ni.
For Hood River, dally at a. m.; arrives at
s p. m.
For Husum, Trout Lake and Guler, Wash
unny t o.tu a. in.; arrives o p. ni.
For Glenwood, Fulda and Gilmer, Waab,
uaiiy ai i.m a. m.; arrives at ft p. m.
For Pine Flat sud Snowdeu. Wash., at 1
m Tuesdays aud Saturdays; arrives same
days at 12 m.
For Biiigen, dally at 4.45 p. m.; arrives at
o. a. in.
O. R. & N. TIME TABLE.
No. 2, Chicago Special, 11:43 a. in.
No. 4, Spokane Flyer, 8:40 p. m.
No. 8, Mall and Eipress, 10:40 p. m.
No. 24, Way Freight, 12:1') p. m.
No. 22. Fast Freight, 4:05 a, in.
No. 1, Portland Special, 3:58 p. m.
No'. 8, Portland Flyer, fcltt a. in.
No. 5, Mall and Express 4:48 a. m.
No. 23, Way Freight, 9:2& a. m.
No. 56, Fast Freight, IKK p. in.
amd ujnion Pacific
3 Trains to the East Daily
Through Pullman standards and tourist
sleeping cars dally to Omaha, Chicago, 8p
kk ne; tourist sleeping cars aauy lo Kansas
City: through Pullman tourist sleeping oar
(pei'sonsally conducted) weekly to Chicago.
Reclining chair cars (seal free) to the East
alt Lake, Denver,
Ft. Worth, Omaha,
Kansas City, it.
Salt Lake, Denver,
Kansas City, Bt.
Lou li,t :hlcago and
Walla Walla, Lewli-
ton, Spokane, Wal
lace, Pu) lull,
Paul, Duluth Mil
FOR ASTORIA and H-m PM
S.00 P. M
way (xiIiiih. connectlngi Dally
Willi sleiimer for 1 1 in ......
and North Beach slenm.i w,,,l
er Hassnlo, Ash street Satnrday.
dock (water per.)
10:00 P. M.
FOR llMVtitr, nrturtxn
7K A. M.
City and Vamhlll Riv
5:30 P. M
er points. Ash street
uock (water per.)
FOR LEW IS TON
4:00 A. M.
Idaho, and wav nolntu
6.-00 P. M
from Riparla, Wasb.
A. L. CRAIO,
CsDsral PssMDrsr As sat. Partlaaa. Ot
J. KINNAlgD, Agent, Hood SjTaf.
DR. U. 0. DEPUTY,
Graduate of the American School ot
Kirksv Hp. Mo., desires to annoiin lo thi.
citizens of Hood River snd adjacent country
that he lias located In Rooms 5 and , second
suiry of Hie Smith building, for the practice
He will la? glad to meet the friends of this
drugless sclents, and especially the hopeless-
Come In and talk Willi him.
Sintlh lilock. Phone 981
The place to get an easy
shave and first-class hair cut.
Our shop is metropolitan in
Porcelain Baths in Connection
DeBORDE & GREY.
I am manufacturing at my
yard near Columbia nursery
soutn oi town, as tine 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 $S per thousand.
Come out to the yard and
see how we make brick.
A. T. ZEEK.
PR. JONES, Dentist
Crown and Bridge Wort
Teeth Without Plates.
Treatment of (liaeaied teeth and gumt.
Office Bros! us Buililine. Phone 1091.
:16 a. m.
The First National Bank
OK HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Capital and Surplus, $:M,000.
Established June 1, 10(14.
MISS GERTRUDE M. WALLACE
Teudier of Piano
Will receive niann niinlls at the residence
of Mrs. II. II. Stewart. Hood River. Terms
reasonable. Call afternoons or 'phoue KH.
W. O. SANDERS & CO.
We are prepared to make plans for up-to-date
buildings, aud handle all Kinds of bulld
ng eontracta. See us before building.
J. F. STRANAHAN,
Of U year, aiparlenca. Will Jar
Uh flan and ipeclflcatioui (or all
kinds of buildings. Strictly up to data.
Loaatad at Hood Blrar.
STRANAHAN & SUVENS,
HOOD RIVER, ORKOON.
FLAM AMD ElTIMATBf FOBMXIIID.
JOSEPH A. WILSON
Developed Water Power
lor sale. Turtles (lenlrliig Mwer lor
manufarturing purposes will do well to
write 10 in tn.
R. P. ORR,
Rrick-work, Plastering and
B. F. BELIEU.
a-Flams amd Khtimates Kuhhimhkd -a
FREOFRICK & ARNOLD,
KttlmaUi farnlibad on all kind) of work
Phnnoa- "". Mainm.
MUUtJB. rradarkik. U.lm
SIMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
Decoratire Painting and Paper Hanging:
Plans furolHhed. Estimates care
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
FRAZIER & SON,
Flue and Fireplace Work a xpecinlty.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
ivil Engineer and Surveyor
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Accuracy guaranteed. Twelve years'
experience on ome or the beet Ameri
can railroads. Coiixiiltution free.
P. M. HALL-LEWIS
Civil and Architectural Engineer
Office, Second St., adjoining Waucoma Hotel.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
of Xc.Hiiiiiville. Oregon, will insure your
property at ou per cent less cost than
any other institution
J. PKRKIMS, Special Agent.
r, Vogt liuiklm, The Dalles.
Hood River Marble Works
Am prepared to execute
all orders for granite and
marble work, monumentu,
Also contract for all kinds
of stone masonry, con
Quick ami satisfactory work. Two bath
tuba in connection.
RUSSELL & REES, Props.
Timber and Homestead
I hava for location tome choice apple lands
and timqer clalma: alao relinquhilimeiiui and
land to acrlpt. Call on or add rem,
Wm. f. RANI),
Rm. Phone 37. Hood River. Ore.
Joseph A. Wilson
Wooden Water Pipe
F.& Stan lev,
Notice hereby given, that at a p.vi
1 1 iiicor.
lnjc oft lie biwrti of UlrtvUtnt oltht- h.mi.i Uur
jriitfmion Pimirici, ntia hi itu-u oillc- it) thr
Mt. Hnotl Hotel, til fHlil (Itsirln, mm siitunluv
the 1Mb day of July, ino , it w stimau'i
and dt'U'nnined by the ItoMitl of iMiirtors of
KHld IrrfkfHtton District thi it is utvi-tary t-
ml ue Still (MM) M ftr ttit i)iiritn nt . n,bt ....h ....
the neoewary irri-tinK fjinuls utut works,
ami Hciiinrin tin nct'wMr.v trimrty Hint
ritc'itK thercloi, mid othrrwtar rnn)iij( oiti
the pntvt.Hions of tho act under w tm-li mid
dititrict H'liM orvnty-iM.
Suid Board at the Kiime time nii! ,;wo hso
culled a K(Hvial eleollon to te ln jit at Hie time
and pitu'e liereinufler inentioiu t, at u liich
Hhall be Mitmiitled to the elictH u Mitd Irri
nation Iiihtrii't thi question w lu't ln-i or noi
me oonanoi saut uiairuu in meunu'iint ahov
lueutionea tiliail be HMiied; and Hit- Hoard di
rwtert that notire thereof ! Kivn in ii
manner pro via ea dv iuw, mr au nol tit-
be fclKiied by the Heoretary of itic hoard of dl
ISow, therefore. In puniuance of the lore,'
ing auinoniy, ntuiee in nerein ivintlmt
spei'fal elcetlmi will be heid at 1 1 1 - Itarrc
netiool house, In the Hood Kier Irrigation
iMBinci, in w hmyj tiiiuiy, t'renon, on .satnr-
auy. the t!th day of auhm'. W't, at whir
shall be HtUtniltled to the elector of sHid Irr
Katlon litriot the question wliritu-r or not
the bonds of Ktiid diHtrlct Khali he isstictl in
me Hum or smi.ouo uu, ror the i-ih hosi aug
ment toned. The polls at such Itvtam wilt la
oiK-oetl at the hour of S o chick a in and will
be closed at the hour of7o rlork p. m , and
sain election win re neia ana lti result then
oi ueiermineti ana aeciareti in all respect
nearly an practicable in conforiuny wt.htlic
retUiremei)tHor the law conceriunitc (lie elit
lion oi omcen lor Ham amtrlct
Notice ih further given that .1. V. liclme,
O. KHHlnmn and J. W. Inynlls wt re lvmilarly
n'ttMim-u jihik m whui eai'i ii n, h tut l II
ArnpNon, J no. usiner and I.. DiiiMnoie clerk
liy order tr the Hoard of nirectors of tin
iKNHi uiver irrigation District
J. H. HtttiKM KKIl,
Hecretary o t),t' iioard
lmted at Himk! Uiver, Orison, tins 1Mb dn
ouuiy, tiHfc. jjohs
By vlrtup or an execution lusiud out of tin
ri'Jimntuie ircuu I ouri oi tile line of ( m'Kon
lor me i ouniv ol WiiHco. on t ic si i it'
July, liKii, in ravnror Kriink ln i iinrt. plain
tilt', and airainst Frank t. WiUun. i,.r.ii,il.m
for the hiiiii of four liuudreil mul loriynuii
dona, tiiu com, ana ni Hllornrv
fees, and Sfi si) tnxiw paid, toaetln'r wlih mi.
est on wild (Mill W from (lute ol mud luilu'im ni
MnyiH, Ituft, at rata of utn per -nt tier iiiiiuini
and accruliiK nrnta, I liave levied upon anil
win Hen hi piiune auction, on Niitumay, the
inn oay oi aukuhi, mm. at -i o . loi k p in i
the court limine door In Italic i'iiv, Wasi
t ounty ana ntnte or Oregon, nil the rlulit
title and IntereHt which tliemhl I'nink t:.Vll
noii, aeieniuint, nadon or arei i lie l.lili il
October, l'.HiO, in or (o the fnllouinK cleserlheil
iiremisea, io-wii: rue nkw ol m:i. of .s,
tlon it, lu township 2 North, Huni;eli Khi ol
nniHiiiriie icriumn, ami 101 llnrseellon
and lot7 In Krel nn B. In Tounshiu Ni.ni,
KanKe 10 Knat of Willamette Meililiiin, all In'
aaia h bmco t ounty, Hlate of oivaon. Tlie
aia exiK'lltlou tiring bo iwiueil on a ludKiiieiil
and decree duly rendered In wild circuit
conn ami enrolled In the once of the clerk
anld I on it on the 22d day of May. l'.inr,, in a
t-rriwiii mum. wuerein gam mink lliivennort
wk plalntlll mid Krauk (' Wilson was de-
lentitini.. lernmor Kale, cash.
Dated nt Da lien Cllv. Orevon this Isih ,h,v
oi jtiiy, r.io.1.
r . C S XTnv
ja) Shcritl'of Wnaeo Coiiniv, (iivifon
Slierl.iN Sale Foreclosure.
Mary I., lluililson, by Roberl Ilarhlson
her atiorney in met, planum, vk. Houalii:
IxicKiiiiin and Annie uickiuan. lot inerli hus.
oanti auu wne, oeicnuitniH.
By virtue ol an execution, decree and order
of sale, duly InkumI out of. ami under die seal
ot the circuit courl of the stale ot oreuon
county of Whsco lo me dirts-teil, tlali il tlie'JTih
nay ot .nine, iihiii, upon a decree for the Ion
cloHiireof a certain mortjti and jinlmuchl
rendered and entered .In ,ul court on tlie
.'llli (lav ol nine, I'.ni), in the nliove enlllleil
eaiiHe, in lavor ot ihe plalntiri. Marv I., liar-
blnoii, and HKilnst Hie ilelenilHuts Douulas
ixx'kiniin ami Annie i.ocknian. as iKiifineni
deblora In ttie several sums on three certain
promissory notes, lo wit: On note No. one,
principal, the sum ol three hundred doll
ars, locttier Willi interest at Hie rate of III per
percent per annum from tllclllllh dayof April,
Umi, till tlie Mltti day ol May. imi',, amountiuu
lo the Ktllil of three hundred, thirlydwo and
M IVU (!s'ttt..'si dollars, with Interest on salil
amount from May :0lh. VMtn until paid at the
rate of 10 per cent per annum.
On note No. two, principal, five hundred
(85(10) dollars, toKcther w ith Interest ihcrcon
at tlie rate of H per cent per annum
for said time Rinounlini: In all to the sum ol
live hundred, forty-three, and :i'M(l ifrM..ct)
dollars, wttli interest on said Hinounl from
May 30th. ltWfi, until jiuiil, ut the rale ol 8 per
cent Ktr annum.
on nole No. tii ree. principal, five hundred
IfsJUl dollars, tonelher with Inleresl tliensin
for said time, amounllim In all to the sum of
live hundred, forly lliree and ;u-iou dftiH.xij
dollars, with Interest on said amount from
Mav flOtll. l'.u). until wild at the rale of iter
oent per cent per anniiin, all In United states
goia (Mllll; IllaklllK sn at:i;reKaie ailiouut ol
lourleen .hundred, nlnteen. l l-liu l in i;i
dollarH,prlui'lpii.l and Inl with intere.-t there
on from May sith, llnt'Minlll paid, nt rati'afor
esaid anil further sum ol twelve and .Ml-nm
((12. Mil dollars for taxes paid by the planum
Willi Interesl thereon from the .Kllh day ot
May, l(K'f, until piilil, in the rule of In per cent
pi r annum, all In Culled states gold coin, lie
aether wltli Ihe further sum ol one hundred
and lirty (ilnO) dollars attorney's lee
and the further Hum of twenty tail doll
an costs, and the costs of and uhui this writ:
and conimaiaiinir me to make sale of real property
embraced in such decree of foreclosure, and here
inafter described, ! will on Saturday: the ;"lh day
of Auirust, linif, al the hoar of one o'clock in the
aftelnisin of said day. and al the front dwr of
the county court house in The Dalles City. Waseo
county, state of Oregon, sell at public auction to
the highest bidder for cash in hand, all the right.
title and interest which the defendants Douglas
Lockman anil Annie Laciiman, or either of them,
had on the Itolh day of Ai.nl. 1M. the date of the
mortgaged foreclosed herein, or which such de
fendants or either of them hci-cin have since acqu
ired, or now have, in and lo thnt certain real prop
erty, situate in the county of Wasco and state of
Oregon, and descrilied as follows, to-wil:
Beginning at a point forty rods west from t tie
northeast corner of the southeast quarter of the
outheast quarter of seelion two, in township t wo
north, range ten east of the Willamette meridian:
running thence west forty rods, thence north
forty rods, thence east forty rods, thence south
forty rods to the place of Is-ginning, 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 Bold subject to confirma
tion and redemption as by law provided.
Dated at The Dalles, Oregon, this 27th day of
June. 1)5. K. tj. SEXTON.
Sheriff of Wasco County, Oregon.
JOHN LKLAND HliNDKItSON.
2SJ t Attorney for plaintiff.
In the County Court of tlie Hlate of Orison
for Ihe i'ounty of Wawo.
Iu the mailer of Ihe K-tule of UiHirifO Owen,
deeeaned, hy hdwurd rook, Administrator.
To the devlneen mid IioIih and all oIIiitm un
known, and ileorne onou Dwen, futliir ol
lieorxe Dwen, deeenwd, I trtllnie:
In Die name of the Stale of Oregon, you are
hereby eiled and required to K.iiar in ihe
County l onrtof the Kioie of Oregon, for tin
()llilty of Wimi, at Ihe July lerm of Kind
Court, at the Court mom thereof, at HiiIIch
City, In mild eounty, on Monday, the Hili day
of AugiiHl, !!, at ten o clock In the forenoon
of that day. then and liieie txi ihow cinou- il
any eilt, why an order of aale ahould not lie
made of the real entitle nought to he wild in
aeoordance with the prayer of the ielltion of
the administrator, Kdunrd Cook, hcreloinre
filed In tlila eaiiKe, and wlileh aaid real entule
therein dewrilnd In Kltunt In thecountyof
Waaco and Xtate of Oregon, and Ih known in
the south half of tlie Houthweal ouarlerof the
oorthweat quarter or mi l ion twelve, in town
ulilp two north, of range ten earn, of the Will
amette Mtrlduin, containing Ji ai'reaot land,
more or le, and the pari of which wild hind
oughtlo tie aold In Ihe undivided one-half
lntereat belonging 1i anid imitate.
Thin citation In IhNued hy order of the Coun
ty Court of Wawo I ounty. Oregon, A. K. I. like,
t'ounty Judge, enlered on the lMh day id July,
IMA, and puhlh alioi. Ih made in Hoo't Kivi-r
tilaeler, puhllHhed weekly In Mild county and
lateasa weekly newiHK-r of general circu
lation, n accordance with the teruot ofsiiul
order, for lour uccehive week, and for live
HiiceeHlve Inna-rtlouH, the drat publication of
which paper allowing this Citation iKIheliTtli
day or July,
my, A. 1). I' 5
itnewi the lion. A. K. I.AK K. ludge
of the nail! I oun tv Court. W illi Uh
Meal of Raid Court atllled, thl l.ith
flay or July, A. I). 1MB,
Atleal: H. Hol.TON, clerk.
Janitor work done at rearonahle nricea bv
eiperlenced man. Apply to E. W. CKOSH.
AT MOUNT HOOD
LARGE ATTENDANCE OF FARMERS
Arranirinir for Tt'li ilionc Servifc nlth
1 lit Valley Circuit.- Kxcl
Mount 1 looil, t ii., Aiil'. 2. Tho hoc-
oiiil inoi'tiiit; of tho .Mount, Hood Do
vloiiiioiil li'iinuo rimvoiiuil IiihI Snt
unlay iiftoi'iioon. It was an inuutt iout
crowd that atvaitod tho call to ordor
by Provident I loorn Wisliart. Thoy
hud loft tho wm k mi I ludr ranc he h mid
woio now ready to unite their oll'oi'tH
for the in 1 Hiieemcnt of their own
eoitiiiiuuity. The i'oiot't of Ihe coin
mitten on otuiid itiil inn and try-lawn
wiin iiiianimoiislv Hi I nt it o I .
ihe next committee to roiuirt wan
the committee on telephonoH. V. S.
(ii'iiihle mid Ii. l.eiiHiiie of this com
mittee have heeii wurkinir hind to ifet
telt'iiliiine HVHteiu, Thev reoot'ted
that they lind made iii'niiu;eiiieiit
with the I'ai'ilic States Teleiiliono C!o.
ho that ooiiiiecl inn could lie made at
Mood Kiver with tho valley and the
lotik' dihliinee plionnH, Tho neonle of
.Mount Hood were to count met ami !
maintain their own line as far an Udell
and iny a rental of " a mouth for the
life ot tho cnmiinny'rt lino from tlure
to Hood Uiver. 'Huh would leiireunt
a II rut punt of aliout tTiim to he home
hy tho .Mount lluod iieoiile and in ad
dition to thin they would have to pay
a yearly rental of aliout ifl,"i for the
line of each phono.
thin lonkn uh il the telephone peo
le wauteil them to construct their
own line, keep it in repair, and then
hari) them an liiKh a rental an they
lmi'Ko the people of the lower valley.
wlio do not luiild and maintain thir
own linen. It, wan lielievod that ar
ruiiKomenta more Butinlactory to tho
people ot .Mount Hood could ho made.
ho the ciimmiltee wan continiiiid and
inntiliited In secure lietter tornm if
Tlie committee on railroad n ported
that they hud met and- tallied with
t he iiiaiiaoi'i s nf the .Mniiiit I nod Hail
way t'o. , and that, ai'taiiKenientn were
under way whereby thin comiiiinv
would construct itn linn In tint heart
of the set I lenient. This coiiiinittee did
not make a lull report, but, it may be
spirted that they will be heard from
in the near future. A railroad is what
tho people of Mount Hood need anil
they are unaiiiiiioun in I heir determi-
nut ion to secure one.
The work of the creamery eunimit-
toe in already beat inK fruit, A cream
route in established and Tuesday of
thin week the Mist coiininnniont, of
cream was sent to the llaelwood Co.
of I'oitlanil. 1,'iiiln it number of the
ranchers here piu'ehased hand seimra-
nis and 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 v more signify their ill
ation of lining so. .Morn dairy cmvn
Hie needed, and these would be readi
ly purchased by the lmielici'H if they
otild be obtained. Some one who is
an expert on dairy cows should bu so
ured to puchane them lor tlie raiichen
.V CIllllIIIIH 'onslSUIItf ot il. i.can-
ure, K. .1. .Mel suae ami ,1. II. Hioiiuih
was appointed to draft a const itution
and by laws for t he ceniet erv nssiieia-
uil. 1 ho cemetery has been sudlv ne
eded tho past few .years ami thin in
a si ep iu t he riht d irecl ion
Tho Mount lb. i;. I Devi lu;, incut lcnuuo
has been oiyanmd but, tour weeks
and has ali'eiely been a Ki'eat lactor in
the inipl ov einent of I lie coiniiiunt.y.
ihe people ol .Mount Hood are made
of the riht kind of sliill. It, inaction
and nut talk that, in needed. They
meet tnKet her, ileei le on a course to
follow, and then are iiiianimoun in
carrying out their plans. Thin will
bring niiccesn to anv undertaking.
K. .1. M.
(.rain Vichh I xtra (.noil.
The Crop Hiilletin for Tuenday,
August, 1, says :
-The past, week wan dry and warm,
but not so u nriii as the preceding
week. All late crops Would bo bene
fitted by rain, but. they are doing
fairly well w il lioiit. if. i he fall grain
harvest is well advanced and the
yields generally are exliagood, both
an to ipinlit.y and ipiantity. The
spring wheat, harvest in now becoming
general, ami whi'i'ean yields were
nhortened somewhat, by thn preceding
hot went her, t he damage tiii nn nut to
be lens than expeeted. l'a.-t tirago in
getting dry, but stock an a rule con
tinues in excellent condition. The
second crop ot alfalfa is being har
vested, with satisfactory leturns.
Hops are doing well, and tho hot
weather, combined with more npray
ing of the vines than usual, him
caused tho lieo to nearly all disap
pear, and the crop now promise to
be a better one than expected a few
weeks ago. Field onions are ripening
rapidly and late potatoes are thrifty
and promising. Some damago in be
ing done in Washington county to
late potato tnpn by army worms. Com
in tasneling and making good advance
ment. KhiIv peaches are in the mar
ket. Apples are doing well, hut Ital
ian prunes are dropping morn than
they usually do at thin season of the
Jim I.angille, who wan in Portland
( last week, says the exposition in a big
j suecesn. (Inn of tlie most attractive
exhibits there in that of Idaho. The
I Washington exhibit he says Is even
i better than the show ing made by the
1 atate of Oregon. Coming up ou the
g i k.
(ilimpso of CVntfi'villo, Klickitat County,
boat Miimlny afternoon, Jim fell in
with 80IHO Kmtorii totiriHtn. "1 ilon't
know nutcli about tho modern civili
zation lioro," liodcclartul totlic sttiin
Kt'ra, "tint I fan toll you all vim want
o know about life- in tho mount uiiw
j of tho Wont. " Ami Jhu hhj-h tlnv lin-
toiiiui with stiiriiiK cvt'8 mill
BURNS; LOSS $3,000
Special to the (Jlacier.
(loldniidaln, Wanh, Aug. 2. Tho
naw ami planing mill and box factory
of l'almer ,t Karl, nituatnd iu Ihe cast
end of town, wan destroyed bv lire
Monday, July III, with a ipiant ily of
nhinglen and boxes and some lumber.
Most of the lumber was waved by the
timely arrival of tho tiro company,
t he loss is est imated at SI.IHKI. i''jH
company had just began operations
last spring and were doing a good
buninenn. The tiro started in the en
Colonel L. L. Thompson, an aid
time, resident of (loldondalo, died Sun
day morning, Ho was buried Wed
nesday at o'clock. Ho wiih for many
years engaged in the sheen I
and later sold out and started a bowl
ing alley hern, which was sold last
winter. He wan liked bv all who know
him, and his many fiiendn mourn his
Ihrenhing began in thin vicinity
Wednendy. Viinlioy and Sinister wiil
start their inachlno on .Ion .Miller's
place on that day.
(ioldeiidalo people are well pleased
with thn (ilacinr's write-up or the
White Salmon country of last week, all
speaking highly of the paper and of
WILL MAKE SURVEY
FOR STATE ROAD
W'ihte Salmon, WWi., Aug 2. Ar
thur liichardson, deputy county sur
veyor, has been instructed by the
Klickitat county coinminnioners to
make thn prnliininary survey and en
tiniatn of thn cost of i striictiou of
tho state road from tho W hite Salmon
river to Lyln. Mr. Richard onll will
enter upon bin work in n few days.
At present he in engaged in running
the survey for the new road from l'iue
l''lat. This road will shorten the dis
tance from that section from two to
three miles, and will provo of very
great convenience to tho people of
mis part of the county.
Tho statu road project wan arranged
for hy the legiHlatiiie last winter. An
approp iation of flo.lHKi was made for
Klickitat county, and it Is the under
standing that thin county shall add
.?."iiKKI to thin sum.
Tho road will meet that from Ska
mania county at tho White Salmon
bridge; pans through Conks' add it ion
into the town of While Salmon, and
continue east to thn liuidoin hill anil
on to Lyln, It is the original inten
tion t hat the roads all extend from
Vancouver to Spokane. Thin wrlll
make through connection from nne
nnil or thn statu to the other, some
thing that is now impossible with a
The route along the Columbia will
all'ord a great scenic attraction.
Have tn l.o Some In Heat If,
Francis ,1, McCarthy, with the
I'rench Drug Co. of Taconia, writes
the following complimentary letter to
the ( llaeier :
"Through the courtesy of C. M
Woll'ard ,V, Co., While Salmon, Wanh.,
I received your special edition of that
valley, publinhed July 1!7, l!i,',. You
can rest assured that newspapers will
have to go some in order to beat it.
I'pon picking it, up to peruse, you'd
think it was nothing less than the
San Francisco Kxaminer, Portland
Oregoiiian, or oven the Seattlo Times.
i oil are to be congratulated, indeed.
Kindly find enclosed l'i cents for which
you may mail live copies of same."
All residents of lined Kiver and vi
cinity who once lived in Iowa, are re
quested to meet Saturday afternoon
at the ntorn of W. F. I.araway, at '2::i0
o clock, when tho time and place fur
holding the picnic, of the Iowa society
will bo decided upon, and committees
named to make necessary arrange
ments for thin great event.
I'oixiliir ami I'icf arc-quo.
The only thing necessary to make Ihe
Denver and Kin ( irande t he most popu
lar, an it ban ever la-en known tin; must
pleasant and most pii tiirenijiie way to
cross the continent, ban come about.
Thin is the cetublishiiioiit of through
slii'ping car service.
In connection with the O. H. ,v N. a
through Pullman stun. lard sleeper is
now ran from Portland to Denver, leav
ing Portland at, p. in arriving at
Salt Lake at .4(l a. in. the second morn
ing, leaving Salt Lake at :!")() p. m. anil
arriving at Denver 4. 'Jo p. m. the follow
ing day. Thin schedule gives passen
gers seven hours stop over in Salt bake,
affording an opportunity to visit the
Mormon Capital an well as a davlight
ride through the grandest scenery 'in the
For reservations in this car ami for il
lustrated booklets picturing the scenery
contiguous to tSe Denver x Kio (irande,
proving it to be tlie "Kct-nic Line of the
World," write to W. C. Mellride, Gen
eral Agent, 124 Third etreet, Portland.
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4 T i
LAW TO BE STRICTLY ENFORCED
Local Dealer Iluyc Keen WarntMl.
la I'ortlniHl Sutiirilnjr Five; Ton
Here Taken to Ihe Diinii
Ilon't try to sell anv morn irnrnur
I fruit. It is against the law. and thn
order has gone forth that this partic
ular law shall be enforced. President
Smith of the Oregon State board of
horticulture, gnve inntructiotig to the
local dealers Monday morning that
they must discontinue handling any
wormy, diseased or infected fruit.
I'owu in Portland, J. 11. Held has
been appointed inspector for Multno
mah and Clackamas count ies, and ho
began work last. Saturday by tluinpiiiK
live tons of peaches, pears and apples
into the croaniatory. The Front street
merchants must refuse hereafter to re
ceive any such fruit from the farmers
of ( Iregun.
feed you wormy and diseased fruit
to hogs. 1 lon't try to dispose of it by
selling it olf the place, or you will be
liable to a heavy line. Spray your
trees and see that very little wortnv
fruit is produced.
This measure was Introduced Into
l the Oregon legislature for the benefit
and protection of the careful grower,
j Ot her states have had such a law for
, several years, and uh a coiisomienee.
1 ortlaiid has been mado a dumping
ground for diseasod ami wormy fruits
from tho HiirroundiiiK states.
Mr. Smith says credit tor the pas
sage of this tneaniiro must bo given to
A. P. llatehamof the Kant Hood Kiver
Fruit Co. Mr. Ilatohain was lu Salem
last winter iu tho Interest of Cascade
county, and while there saw to it that
thin fruit inspector bill was properly
taken care of by the committees lit
both hou-'e nnd nennto.
The Jnieamirnrwua rcoommondoilMast
winter by Mr. Smith iu bis hl-ennial
report to tho legislature, aud strongly
endorsed by a mass meeting of Hood
Uiver fruit growers, but had it not
been f jr the vigilant efforts of Mr.
Kateham at Salem, tho measure would
very likely havo been stored away aud
Water Spoilt on Mill Creek.
Sunday afternoon about :i o'clock a
water spout played, havoo with two
fruit orchards up Mill creek, about
seven miles from The Dulles, says the
Chronicle. Tho water came down the
iiliisiiie.anil rushed throiurh thn fnrniu
of Mrs. Matney and Mr. Aligot toMill
creek. Hail lay on the ground about
three inches deep aftor the storm.
There wero about five inches of water
in tho residences of Mr. Miguet ami
Mm. Matney, as a result of the water
spout. Mrs. Matney has rosided on
Mill creek for a number of yoars, but
this in her Mrst experience of a water
spout, in that vicinity. She says the
road is badly washed out, ami the
damage to her orchard nnd that of Mr.
Miguet, will bo fully (X. Tho hail
cut, oil' limbs of fruit trees and des
troyed the vines of sweet potatoes and
other growths. It came very suddenly
and ror a while there was quite an
alarm felt that something in the shape
of t he lleppuer flood was being enact
ed on Mill creek. The rush of water
noun passed down tho creek and no
further damage could bo ascertained
than that mentioned. The flood ap
peared to bo confined to the two
lai uis which lay in its course to Mill
creek, and above aud below those two
places no damage was done.
Mm. Wm. Olson, who has been vis
iting friends at Lyle, returned .Satur
Mr. Mickelnou and daughter huvo
been visiting the fair in Portland.
Misn Hope Yantoa of Olympia is vis
iting Mm. C. A. ilyiidman.
Mr. I 'o.x, who is camping at Husum,
has an guentn this week Mr and Miss
Cox and Mm. linad of Portland.
(. M. Jones is at present BUnU'ring
from an attack of rheumatism.
.Mm. A. I'runn ami Mins May spent
a few days last week at H. A. Kurd's
home in Husum.
.Mr. and .Mm. Wililam Ford yen, Mrs.
Abramn, Minn llattio Hood audtleorgo
Fordycn have bnen camping at Trout
Lake tin- punt week.
Mrs. Williams lias been having her
store furnished by Kosegraut &. F.vor
hart. J. I). Felton spent a few days with
his parents this week.
.MissMnryCheynnainl Mm. Stew
art and llulda panned through towu
the other day.
Henry l'reedinan and Will Anderson,
have gone to harvest in ilarman coun
Lewis Pull of
the family of K.
Zoitung of Portland,
in the city and vallev
Ihe following party of ministers
made the trip to Mount Hood last
week : Kev. W. C. Lnube, pastor of
the Presbyterian church at Kethany;
Knv. (. Holfner. tiantor of the reform
church at Portland; Kev. Dr. lllack-
mann or Knoxvtilo, Ohio; Rev. Henry
Tuchlu, financial agent of the De.
cou'a hospital at Cincinnati.