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HOOD KIVER, OREGON, AUGUST 17, 1905.
Mil) RIVKK I.OIK I. M). H, A. F. und A.
Meet buturrii? evening on or before
acli mil iniMiii. Ti .i'jian Ul'ti.kk, W. M.
.D. Mok, Hec rinr .
i n Al'l'KK NO. 27. B. A. M
u vi-i' J Kilduy niijlitsol' euek
r. iua.nui.kr, h. r.
II )OI) R1VEJ
.leuts Urst i .
. 1). Mob, .-
lOll ItlVI-il CllAl'TKR NO. 26, O. K. 8-
Meets -eioinl anil lour tu TuoBiltiy evelllng
uieui a. itioiiin. v isiiors corumi'y woieoineu
AIHS. J. L. HKKMHKKK, W. M.
Mas. Tiikiiksa iastnkb, Htcremry.
11)1. KW1I.DK LOIKJK NO. 107, 1. O. O. K.
.Meeti In Fraternal hull, every Thursday
lllgni. W Ji. UANUKK, N. U,
ii, V, Smith, Hiuretary
KDKN KNl'AMI'MKNT, NO. 4S, I. O. O. F.
lU'gailar meeting secouu and rourth Monday
01 eacn mourn, h. rj. AioasK, u, r,
u. K. fcNTKH'AN.Horlbe.
LAUKEI. KKUKKAH 1IF.UHKK LODGE NO.
SI, 1. O. O. F.-Meeln tlmtand third Friday
in eucu itiomii.
Mas. E. W. Uuei.1,, N. G,
.Mas. Doha Thomson, Secretary.
WAUCOMA 1.U1XIE NO. 30, K. OF 1-
MueUi tu k. ol 1 nail every Tuesday night.
v . u. bkock, u. L.
H. T. HeWitt, K. of R. and H.
HOODRIVERCAMI', NO. 7,702, M. W. A-
.vlei'ts In K. of 1. hall every Wednesday
lllgnil. VII AS. JONk.8, V. Kj.
11 lOl) HIV Kit ('AMP. NO. 77. W. O. W.
leeu on first uinl third Tuesday of each
In inth In Odd reliows' hall.
F. H.Blago, C. C.
II. W. Wait. Clerk.
HOOIl ItlVKR (Iltfl.K NO. b'H, WOMEN OF
Wooili-nui Meets in K. of l hall on the
i..mmiu I'liirU l''iiil;i.VK of eueh month.
Lkmiha STl'Hll, (i. N,
Nki.i.ik Hoi.LowKi.t,, Clerk.
K1VERKIL1E LOllOENO. 118 A. O. U. W.-
MeetM first and third NaUirdayH of each
lnonlh. (J. Ij. Coeei.K, M. w.
E. It. HltAlil.HV, Financier
( lii.vi Kit n iitk, ltecorder.
RlVKRISIDli I.OIK1K NO. 40, DKUREE OF
Honor, A. O. U. W.-MeeU flrs.1 and tli 1 rd
Nuliiriliiys at 8
M ims CoitA Coi'fi.ic, c, of H.
Miss I'AitKiK I'oeei.K, Ki-voruur.
ORDER OF WANIIINUTON HOOD RIVER
Union No. 142-Meetn In K. of r. hall the
Heeond and lourtti Saturdays in each month
at i:.w p. in. l-.. 1.. 11000, 1'remdeiit
O. U. Dakin, Secretary.
OLETA AISJSKMHI.Y NO. UNITED ART-
Isuiih. Meet the flint mid third Wedne.
nuys, work: second and fourth Wednesday
Artisans nan, j. 11. Koiiaau, m, a.
C. D. Hicnuuh, Secretary.
COURT HOOD RIVER NO. 42, FORESTERS
ol America, Meets second and fourth Mon
days 111 each inuii'li In K. of 1'. hull.
lino. Fox, C. K.
F. C. Bliosius, F. C.
CAN BY POST, NO. 16,(1. A. H. MEETS AT
A. o. U. W. hall, second and lourih Satur
days of each month ut 2 o'clock p. in. All
O. A. U. members Invited U meet with us.
A. 1,. rilKl.r.i, Coiiiinander,
Thomas Ooss, Adjutant.
CANliY W. R. ('., No. IB-MEETS SECOND
and rourth Saturdays or each Month in A.
O. U. VY. hall at 2 p. 111.
Ei.i.kn Hlowkk-s, President.
Lizzik (JKK, Secretary
MOUNTAIN HOME CAMP No. SUM, R. N. A.
Meets at the K. of P. Hull on the seen nil and
fourth Fridays ot eaeh mouth.
Mrs. (,'AKttiK Bkohiits, O.
Mm. Ella Dakin, Recorder.
Wauna TEMM.E No. U. Rnthbone Sisters.
Meets sccoii't and lourth Thursdays of each
month. Amanda Whitkukau, M.E.C.
STELLA RlCHAKIlSON, M. of R. & (J.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND 8UKGEON.
Telephones: Otllce, 281; residouce, 811.
SUHOEON O. R. A N. Co,
HKS. JIAHY JOHNSON, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Olllcesand Residence In E. E. Smith Kuildlng
over First Nut. Hank. Entrunce, rear
of bank, 011 Third St.
Arrival and Departure of Malls.
The piwtothVe Is open dally between 8 a. m.
and 8 p. m.; Sunday Inim 12 to 1 o'clock. Malls
for the East close at 11.20 a. 111., 8.20 p. 111. and
9 p. ni.; for the West, at 2.40 p. 111. and d. m.
1 he carriers on R. F. D. routes No. 1 and 2
leave ine poatomce at .: a. m. Mall leaves
ror Ml. Hood, dully at 12 m.j arrives 10.26
For Underwood, Wash., at 12 m Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays; arrives name days
at II a. m.
For White Salmon, Wash., dally at 12 m.;
arrives at 11 a. 111.
For Hood River, dally at 9 a. in.; arrive at
2 p. in.
For llusuni, Trout Lake and Outer, Wash.,
dully at 7.;ii a. 111.; arrives S p. 111.
For Ulenwond, Fulda and llllmer, Wash,,
dally at 7.30 it. in.; arrives at ft p. 111.
For Pine Flat and Snowdeu, Wash., at 1 p.
ni. Tuesdays and Sulurduys; arrives same
duys at 12 111.
For Blugen, dally at 4.4S p. m.; arrives at
o-ta a. in.
K. U Smith,
The First National Bank
OF HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Capital and Surplus, $:IO,000.
Established June 1, l'.KH.
MISS GERTRUDE M. WALLACE
Teacher of Piano
Will receive piano pupils at Hie residence
01 nirs. n. 11. Niewari, Mood itiver. Terms
reasonable, call afternoons or phone AM.
O. K. & N. TIME TABLE.
No. 2, Chicago Special, 11:48 a. m.
No. 4, Spokane F'lyer, 8:40 p. m.
No. (j, Mall and Express, 10:40 p. m.
No. 24, Way Freight, 12:15 p. in.
No. 22. F'ast Freight, 4:06 a. 111.
No, 1, Portland Special, 2:50 p. in.
No, 3, Portland Flyer, 5:3ti a. m.
No. 5, Mall and Express, 4:48 a. m.
No. 23, Way Freight, :2.ri a. in.
No. 56, Fast Freight, l:0fi p. m.
and union Pacific
3 Trains to the East Daily
Through Plllllusn standards and tnnrlst
leenlnir cars nil v to Omnlia. Cliiciuro. Hn
kane; tourist sleeninif cars dullv to Kunsat
City: throntjb lillman tourist sleeping cai
(personsally conducted) weekly to Chicago.
Reclining chair cars (seals free) to the East
:16 p. n.
alt Ijika, Denver,
Kansas City, Hi.
Salt Lake, Denver,
Ft, Worth. Omaha,
Kansas City, St.
I xjuli, Chicago and
Walla Walla, Lewls
ton, Spokane, Wal
Paul, Uuluth, Mil
run ASTORIA and Hull P M
"J ponns. connecting Dally
with steamer for I ,,... ..,..
and North Heach steam-! Sundav,
er Hassalo, AbIi street Sat nrdiiv,
dock (water per.) (10:00 P. to.
5:30 P. M,
H. L. DUMBLE,
l'HVSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Suct:essor to In'. M, F'. Shuw.
Culls promptly answer ;d in town or country,
liuy or Night.
Telephones: Ucsidi-uce, till: ( )tHoe, (ill),
oltlce In the lliosltis liuililing.
DR. J. EDQINGTON,
Physician and Surgeon
Otlict! over the First National bank.
Olllee phone 1433. Res. phone 70XI,
FOR llnvlnn nra.mn'i.nn . t
ity and Yamhill Rlv I ' iiui'iv'
er points. Ash street! except
dock (water per.) 1 Sunday.
run 1, r, w 1 n 11 v i.i a u 1
lutiiio, nuti wav imi nls.. l,tn,lui. a nn u ,
from Uljinrlu, Wush. I W edn d v I Tuesd'av
: Friday. Thursday,
I I Sunday!
5:(" P. M
A. L. CRAIO,
tnaral Pastanf.r Aftnt, Portlaai, Of
DK. U. 0. DEPUTY,
(iraduale of the American School ot
of Klrksv lie, Mo., desires to announce to the
citizens of Hood River aud adjacent country
that he has located ill Rooms 5 and ti, second
story ot the smith building, for the practice
He will he Kind to meet the friends of this
(I nucleus science, and especially the hopeless
Come In and tulk with 1 1 1 111 .
C H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Specialist on Crown and Bridge Work,
Telephones: ottlce, 23; residence, 1045.
Office over Hank Hldg. Hood River, Ore.
The place to t an easy
shave and first-el ns.s hair cut.
Our shop is metropolitan in
Porcelain Baths in Connection
DeBORDE & GREY.
W. 0. SANDERS & CO.
ArcMtects, Bnililins Contracti
We are prepared to make plans for up-to-
handle all Kinds of bulld-
Hee us before building.
J. F. STRANAHAN,
Of 28 years' iperlence. Will far
lih plans and specifications for til
klodi of buildingi. Strictly up to daU.
LocaUd at Hood Klvr.
STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
HOOD RIVER, ORKliOX.
S H. COX
PLAm AMD ElTIMAMI fCaHItHO.
In the County Court of the sime f oreKon
for the County of Wasco.
In the mutter of the Kstute in Ccorne Owen
deceased, by Kdwurd ( isik. Administrator '
To the devisees and heirs and nil oihtrs un
known, and tieora;e ortur. Owen, father ot
ClcortfeOwen, dtHvased, tiie.-tin:
In the name of the stale it un-Kon, you are
hereby cited and renulred to it piH-itr In tin
County court ol tho State of On-Kun for the
County of Wasco, at the July lern'i of said
Court, at the Court room thereof, at Hallcs
City, In said county, on Monday, Hie jHih duv
of Aii(tist, 1W5, at ten o'cl.s k lii the forenoon
of that day, then and there to how cause if
any exist, why an order of ml,, should not he
iniule of the real estate sought to tie sold In
accordance with the prayer ot the peiiiUilinr
111c nuiiiiuistiaoii, r.uwnni look, hcretomrt
filed In this cause, and which sHid real estate
therein described Is situate In the county of
. roi. mu oi.ic ii ji ck.'II. ,11111 I M SlliiU'ttnu
luesouui nan 01 ine souinwcM ipiarter of the
1101 in west uusrLer ui secuoil I vt v. 111 i,,v,'n.
ship two north, of range ten cast, of the Win
amette Mtrtdian. conlalnlnir 3) in'resot luml
more or less, and the part of which mmM iu.,,i
souirhtw be sold Is the undivided one-half
imeresi DeioiiKina; 10 said estate.
This eluttlon Is Issued hv order of the conn
ty Court of Wasco County, OrcL'on. A. K. i.mI
County J udte, entered on the lHih day of July'
and publication Is nnole In ilisid Klver
iiacier, puuiisneu wetaiy in suHl county and
slate ai a weekly newspacr of Keneial circu
lation, n accordance with the icrmw nr,.,,!
order, for lour successive weeks, and for live
successive insertions, me urst puhllcatlon of
which paper showing this Citation IstheiTJth
day of July, A. 1). 16.
Witness the Hon. A. V. i.ttK i,,.i.,o
skai. of the sail! Cotiuly Court, with Ihe
iM-aioisaiu i oun united, this l'.llll
day of July. A. It. me,.
Attest: 8. UOLTON, Clerk.
NEW SPRAY IS
Sealed bids (or the erection and onnml.'ii.m
or reHidenee or A. V. hiatcn. one and a lutlf
luurs wl'ni ui mwn, rut nw ami speclncatlunN
may be hcii at the GlHt'icr of tie . l.i 'liVf til I ik.
at Hank ol Butler & Co. UmIscI.-m- Ht v )t ...
Thuraduy. August 17. A. C STATKN. '
JOSEPH A. WILSON
Developed Water Power
for sale. Parties desiring power fur
mrtnufacturiiiK iiuriitises will do well to
write to liiin.
R. P. ORR,
v-work, riastorinir anil
B. F. BELIETJ,
sT PLANS AND KUTIMATKH KllKN 1SHKD
FRED r RICK & ARNOLD.
Estimate. frn!ihd oa n kindaof work
Thomas Ij. Clar'c Kstate.-Notice Is l,..r..i,v
given that the undersigned has been apiolnt-
nuiiiinisirauir 01 ine esutte ol Thomas 1,.
lark, deceased, by the t omit v Court of the
.Slate of Oregon, for the county of Wasco, and
that lie has duly qualified for said trust. All
persons having; claims against said estate
must present the same to the undersigned, at
the office of Ueorge T. Prattler, In the citv of
Hood Klver, Wasco county, slate of Oregon
within six months from the date hereol, duly
verified us by law required.
Administrator of the estate of Thomas
L. Clark, deceased.
Dated and first published Aug. 10, !HI.S-5t
ARSENATE OF ILW) A SUCCESS
Farmers Prefer litis l.i 0!i l.im,.
.Mixtures l't tcr Cniilin lli
.Nicer In I m'.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
SIMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
HworniiTePaiiitinjraiKl Paper Hanging
Plana furnished. Estimates care
HOOD KIVEK, OREGON.
FRAZIER & SON,
Flue and Fireplace Work a specialty.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
M. E. WELCH,
THE VETfcKl.NARl SIRUE0N.
Is prepared to do any work In the veterin
ary line. He can be luund by calling at or
phoning to Clarke s drug store.
E. H. HARTWIG,
Will I'ructlce In All Courts.
Oftlce wirh Geo. II. Culbertsou .V Co.
le nous, Abstracts, i-icttlemeiii of h'statea.
liOOU Kl hit, olitu
JOHN LKLAND HENDEiiiiON
ATTORN SY-AT LAW. aBhTRACTEE, NO.
IAKY Pl'ULIC and REAL
1ST All AUKNT.
For It rrrI resldtnt of Oragon and Wuh
Isrten. Has had manr years eiperlenc la
Itral EttaM maltars, aa abatrutor, aearchsr ol
titlea and ant. satisfaction (uaraaUMd of
I am manufacturing at my
yard near Columbia nursery
south of town, as fine a qual
ity of common brick as can
be lound m the state. Have
200,000 to .lOO.OOO brick on
hand for inspection. Price
at yard f 8 tier thousand.
Come out to the yard and
see liow we make brick.
A. T. ZEEK.
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Accuracy guaranteed. Twelve yearn'
experience on some of the licet Ameri
can railroads. Consultation free.
P. M. HALL-LEWIS
Civil and Architectural Engineer
OfHce, Second Ht., adjoining Waocoma Hotel.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
I) R.JONES, Dentist
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plate.
Treatment of dUeaHetl teeth and eums
i wit.,., if :.. i..i,.i.
v7.ii. v iixniuB nuuum-. x none itftii
AbitrtcU Farnlibed. Money Loaned.
Hood Biver, Oregon.
p C. BR06IU8, M. D.
' I'HYSICIAir AND 6URQE03r.
'Phona Centra, or 121.
W. A. Morgan & CO.
Saixvtuutr to (innyi r ct Ilartlry
Heavy and Light Draying
and Team Work, etc.
Phone U21. HOOD KIVER, OR.
Honn: 10 to 11 A. M.j I
and 6 to 7 P. M.
F. G. COE
(if McMinnville. Ori'irn:), will insure your
protierty at 00 tier cent lts cost than
atlv other inn,itiitinn.
'I'RAXK J. 1'KKKI S, Hpeciul Aent.
Room 7, Vogt builtling, The Dalles.
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
Department of the Interior. Ijind Otllce Hi
The Italics, Oregon, Aug. a, l'jtft.
Notice Is hereby given Hint the fbllnwlmr
nimied settlers have filed notli eof their Inten
tion to make proof In support of their re
siectlve claims before (leo. T. 1'nither, Tutted
Htutes eommlsKloiier at Hood Itiver, Dresjon
on .Sept. 14, l'.KB, as follows:
FKANK U. INtiHAM
of Mosier, Oregon, on H. K. No. mn5, lor the
lots H, lund.'i mid HH$, NW4, section ;i:t, 1',
SN , H. UK., W, M.
wltnesNes-t.hHrles Wells mid MhiIi K.
'riiomus, of Hood Klver, (lie, mid licnruu
Chiiiiiherluin and Alva Al. I'rltcliuid, of Mo
of Mosier, Ore., II. E. No. (cm, for the lots 1
and 2, and yia NK'4, Hue. T. IS., It. UK.,
Witnesses Sume its above.
H Mil HAKLT, NOLAN, llcgtster.
IUS0I.UTI0N OF (0-I'ARTNERSIIir.
The partnership herelofnreexIslInK and do.
lug Business under Hie firm name ol W.
Ilaynes ,Vi Co. Is hereby dissolved by mutual
consent, VV, IlH.vnescontlnuIng the business.
All accounts due said firm will he collocted
by H. M. Blowers or VV. Ilaynes.
A. H. I1I.OWKKH.
OS for Mt. Mood.
Parties of two or three wishing to niske the
trip to Mount Hood, al a reasonable rale, call
up Phone 11, Hood Klver.
Hood River Directory.
The (llucier directory of Hood Itiver city
and valley, and map; showing 1. n ut Ion df
farms, with owners' names, location of
streams and county roads, Is now ready for
distribution. Price 81 m. Ulacier, ilood
Land for Rent.
Nine reres of at raw berry nnd clover hind,
situated oil l.yiinui Mnlth avenue, near town.
wuier and niime covering Ihe place. Cnsii
rem preferred. ill rent from one to three
years. Apply to J, N. 'Teal, Portland, Ore., or
si the premises. jinif
bids wanted to build wood shed for the
Crapiier school district No. ill, Wasco county,
Oregon, lor particulars lncjulre at Ihe dm
cter office or ol (1. A. Mcl'lldy. Hlds to belli
by the tlrst day ol" August next.
Ity order of Hie school board.
J J. J. Jordan, Clerk.
White Salmon-Hood River
Two hi"; sail boats, two
Hotul Kiver fruit (.'fowcr.- who hate
UHed the iiiwtinte ,.f , ;,,! .rny this
summer Mud losw worn.ti in the'ir iip
)lt8 than where the n!,i sir:iyn. in
which lime is it chief itu'ti'.lkuit'. imve
lieen uhimI. Chris I et litniui utui Mr.
Church report very nece:..-ful results
from the use of this spiny. .Mr.
Tucker it is uiuler.-t uo.l altem'piea to
liittiHifttctiiie his, mvn iifseniitn uf
leuil, and priuluerd a n:i mo wliieh
burned the foliage el his trees,
K. L. Smith receiM-d a letter frum
Professor Knisley of the experiment
station tit the Oregon t.i't 'icnli nnd col
We, t'ot'Mtllis. rim it as itii-
possihle for dm farmers to maniifue
ture their own ii,-senate of lead with
out a refractory furnace, 'ihe iiivo
Uitto of lend in a con, pound rondv for
use can he liouht very cheap. ' ami
It IS useless and iinceouon.ical for tin
farmers to tindortal.e its inanufac-ture.
Apples sprayeil Hit It the arsenate of
leiel compound do not hae Ihecont
intt of lime us in the ca.-e with the use
of tho old sprays, and this one item
all'ords a considerable -m in.- in tun,,
and hihor in Hie nackine seas.oi
Furthcnniii'e, arsenate of Jen. I is a nic
er spray mixture to handle. There
18 nothini; to clou the sinav nuieos
and it require less stirinj.'. tlio com
pound rcnminintf in suspension much
lottK'er thiiti mi v lime preparation.
Una new spray is al.-n moot iiu.' with
success in I'lilifortiia. The U afson vi He
Pajaronian, relerinir to I b i t in, It I
Coinmissioner lioiluers' sprnviin; op
erations this year says (l:al lie is"it,-inn
entirely urseiiale of iead and is much
pleased with the roulls.
lie says that, it, is a d
to tlnd a worm on I he
while check trees in 1 1n
show a number of t he
it is to early in the sea,
victory over t his diva,
Rodders lirmlv believe.
arsenate of lead in chaid i 1
valley have u reined v 1 1
t olorado Midland tra il am) tin pun.
doctor at tlrst waa determined to stop
Him pui, me woman on at goine cou
lenient siiu ion wnore sue oonu re
ceive suitable care and assistance, but
nr. umn .MoK. Mitchell of New York
city, wlio was a passenger ou the
train, otfereil his services and It was
tuny uecnleil to permit the woman
to proceed on her journey.
Halt a dozen women who were also
I nssenners rendered valuable assist
ance to the mother aud child during
the hot jouruey across Utah aud Ida
ho but both are doiutf nicely and will
rear ii lortiauii toulKliC after a most
WILL BEGIN WORK
ON CEL1L0 CANAL
I M.ve.l trees,
I t". While
hi to proclaim
'"I pe-t. Mr.
that in the
effectual in the case i ; lla. codlin
It is reported thai, the ii!,(.!i is show
ing up in renter nuinher, than ever
before in Wutsonvillo and that, the
growers who neglected to spray will
be able to get only a small percentage
of their fruit into the highest grades.
GRAND FORKS EDITOR
VISITS 11000 RIVER
Work on the Celilo caual will belgn
as soon as men can be employed aud
the necessary material placed ou the
giottuil. ihe contract for construe-
Hon of the tlrst half mile of the work
has been let to Jones and Smyth of
i-ortnimi, who agree to do the work
for .y,tKK). They bid on what la
riiowii as me v.; uesign, which meana
t fiat the walls of the big waterway will
ue on in, or Honn cement, i he con
tract calls for the completion of that
si retell ny December 11. 190H.
This portion of the canal la regarded
us the most difficult to coustruot in
the entire length of the iironoserl
waterway. It extends down the river
nan a uiiio trom Uelilo and a big part
"i uie lormaiiou consists offsolia rock.
When completed the canal will be Bp
promixiitely eight mileg long.
No money is available with which
to do any further work on the canal
it this time. The United State en
gineers hope a liberal appropriation
for the completion of the project will
lie made by congress at its coming
session. It is supposed that $10,000,
'X'O more will be sufllclont.
leriectly safe !;anoline
aunches and two bitr ferrv
scows. Expert sailors in
charge. Boats leave at all
hours. DKAX & PEARSON
"The Half Way House"
The Falls Hotel
GEO. W. CARTER, Prop.
The most beautiful spot on
the White Salmon river.
New house, 20 fine, large
rooms, newly furnished.
Large feck barn in connec
tion. IIiiKum, Wash.
Quicl. and satisfactory work. Two bath
tubs in connection.
RUSSELL & REES, Props.
Timber and Homestead
I hare for location dome choice iinnle landa
and tlmqer claims: aim relinijulslimenu and
land to script, fall on or aildreiw.
Wm. F. HAND,
Ree. Phone 375. Hood River. Ore.
Joseph A. Wilson
Wooden Water Pipe
For Irrigation of City Lots
Notice should be given at the office of
the Light and Water Co. when water
is used for sprinkling. We eay sprink
ling because it is the only method by
which we agree to furnish water for irri
gation. Beware of the nian with the
wrench. If this point is overlooked, like
wise the proper time to sprinkle as no
further notice will lie (riven.
Consumers whose residences front the
south sides of the streets named below
will sprinkle between hours of 5 and 11
a. m. ; those on the north tide between
3 and 9 p. in. ; Columbia, Kiver, Oak
and State streets, and Shermao and Ha
In ease of alarm of Tire all sprinkling
should be stopped promptly.
K. E. UOFF, Mgr.
C. A. MeCnnn, clilm ,,r
in Press of (irnnd 1m irks,
in Hood iilver a few v.ecki
writes as follows of liis 1 1 i
if you go to Mount l.i,,
probably tnke a dip
lloo.l Kiver 1 1 1
reached from I'm thunl
Columbia river. The
all Unit has been -; i r . I
fruit growing count i y
a few years tu Icel 1
fruits are in iein;ni i i in 1 lie e
ready thorn nre un n mi t In
bargaining fur t he apple ei
valley is iilmut, live utile.- u ii
long. It has. a soul l.opi , ,!,(
looks like it ureal i ,:.;e.
acres is a gum I farm. I nee
varies from n hiimli.,1 .1
thousand. With a:i i,u
4'2(KM) one, ciin gel, r i "Ii
laud ou which tu make a
even lay by cuinpehaiey. I
ly one of I lie I'at ore, I sp.u! -The
climate is guml. i la
mosquitoes or other iiiseet.
livo in a tent, there all i he ,
It is certainly a count ry j.
enjoy outdoor life. It I.
customary for t 1 e people u
take a niotit Ii or t .vu nil 1 1
and hunt in the miiiain
people we Haw there ,-. cm
contented and pnispn ii
quite a colony from ( I r.:.
ing m thnt valley nnd t 'a y'
thusltiHtie liver the cmtnl ry
Moo, formerly prupt ii !i,r t
dealer, has lunll a line nm
town of Hood 1,'m r an l pel
best weekly paper in ti e ,p
VandorbiJt, fonnerlv ui l!
road, bus a line fruit lane
has also Mr. Church. Mr. .,
iniiny other (iraiiil l-'urki .
Mount Hood on a ch ar ,;:y
ly visible from Hon.; Kivi i
miles distant,. IV is n,,t i
dilllcult to climb, la Let
if time is no object, a-t" I
guide. Some few yen ,:.!u
few) Mount lined ,. an a,
cauo, nnd now a- lla- : !,. ii
down the tiiouni ai'i il e n '.
BHliiW deposited 1 niijr .
Hood river for ti pi.i.i. .
The Kvcniiu 1 're.-.- p ,i !
impressed with all il .-aw
here and the coast, it ..a , a
trip, both instruct i e a:: I e
tug. lime consider! I w
was in it, you may be a -
t.ives llirili to ( liihl
Pendleli.n lac-l ( )i,
A dimpled, blinking
three days old, was n a
tourist cur on we,-t bmn
train today, and ot I!
there is much tu sav :
Whilo the Cohu;M.i .
land train was speeding
tho rate of oil mile- an h
day night, the motlu r i i
Mrs. K. licaitnall ol SI.
birth to him, as the trait
the state line between (
Ibi.n! you will
up I hi' famous
which can be
by bunt up the
ab.ail it. ,H a
it piomises ill
!.' w.,rhl. Its
I t he ea-t. ,1
e of land
illars to a
'.- cei I :i i il
ie are no
;ir annul. I.
il t here to
i re lii llsh
-. All the
r.' all I'll
:. x. r.
v is plain
a il hunt, a
' quite a
l.i vis vol
s with it
! .in ' the
' .i. year
.liui Langillc Goes to McCoy Creek.
Jim Laniglle crossed to White Sal
mon Thursday afternoon to get an
early start for the McCoy creek mines
the next morning. He was accom
panied to the mines by Mr. and Mrs.
Miirdecai Jones. Doug Laiifjille
followed Monday. The party will he
accompanied by a mau to look after
the horses. The distance is 90 miles
to McCoy creek. Jim expected to
reach there Sunday evening. Mr.
Langille goes to the mines to see how
the two men are making it whom ha
sent in there this spring to continue
worn on tne tunnel, jun expects to
really strike it rich on McCoy nrk.
and in the largeuoss of his heart, Jim
says ho will give it all away. Jim has
spent, several tliousaud dollars devel
oping his mine ou McCoy creek, aud
his many fi lends here are hoping hi
ilroaniB of success will soou be a real-
Col hia Klver Will be Low.
Columbia river nieu predict that
.November of this year will see that
stream at the lowest stage in its his
to y, says the Moro Observer. Three
is much water between the Locks aud
ihe Dulles now, aud if the water cou
tinttes to fall navigation will become
dilllcult later on. Oregon is now
i)..l!i melius sliort of the usual n in
fall, measuring from September 1
r.ioi. I. or the tlrst time since 1861
1 11 years), the water in Fraser river
has dropped so that the bars iu th
si ream are exposed anrt mlneis are
working them, i'he Columbia is fed
under similar conditions and It is
reasonable to suppose that results will
he t he same. One great benefit of low
water will bo the opportunity afforded
to blast troublesome rocks that hinder
navigation opposite ltiggs. Hut be
lore the red tape can be manipulated
nign wafer will again run its course.
SHIPPING CREAM 10 PCRTIMD
Mount Hood Konle is Xow Well
lahlislud (iiiod Cons are
Helngr Sought for.
r on t lie
K. A N.
Utah, and for t hn lib
never tell exactly w In
state, so complicated
tion on the tutu i.-t ear
born, for the time b, in
Mother and child ai
none the worse for t,i
nary experience. Mr-,
expected to reach tin- h
ter in Portland before
her boy, but left St. ..
too late to accomplish hci
iM'-l.v, a rd at
or Ja-t Kri
t bin urchin,
of hifu bo can
h i- his native
v.ie the .-Una-while
of her sis
e I iith of
It was the first child ever born ou a
In l lectric Storm on Mount Ilood
lien a party from Forest Drove
was ou Mount Hood last week they
were caught in an electric storm that
produced an uncanny elfect, sayg the
times, a oark clouti liung over the
top or the ieak and for several min
utes tho air was full of electricity
o lieu i no t ip oi uio aipiustocK was
touched to a rock an electrick spark
was produced, and the hair and beard
the men stood out and snamied
when touched. A day or two lator
mother storm there punched holes
in the cotipor box in which the book
ol records is kept on tho top of the
peak and the government heliograph
instrument used in signaling to the
Lewis and Clark exposittou grounds
was kiiockou to pieces.
Hoy is Kitten lij a Kattlcsnake.
Wilbur VVIJhelm. a 12-vear-old bov
who lives a few miles oast of Pendle
ton, was stung by a rattlesnake yester-
lay while working iu a garden, the
st ing being made through the boy's
trousers and sock. At the time of
Ihe accident the Wilheltn bov and an-
ot her lad were among some cucumber
vines and had yust killed one rattler,
Alter doing this yonna Wilhelm
stopped back a few feet and nearly
sieppou uii anoiner snaKe ana was
-tung. A physician was sum
minion to aitenii ine Doy, who was
kept at his home, and it is not
thought tho sting will result seriously.
Skamania County has $17,000 Italance
Skamania county, with 2T1C9 acres
of improved laud, and an aggreagte
vaiue or laxafiie property of V.W.bli),
has a cash surplus in the tret.Biiry of
m i, .sn. i.i. tjounty Auditor A. Fleis
chhau. r's annual report just complet
ed shows a total of 110,454 acres of
assessable proprety with a valuation,
including improvements, of $713,323.
Town lots with improv moots are val
ued at i!,71"). Personal property is
iirted at 10,511.
I'eaeli Crop Promises Well.
The peach crop about The Dalles is
eoming iu market, and the fruit is
remarkable for its size aud flavor.
The best poaches, the late Crawford,
are not fully matured yet, but these
promise to bo exceptionally good
says the Chronicle.
He Should Have a "Free" License.
Keuben Grant of Philomath, well
kuowu in Albany, though 87 years of
ago, last Monday walked from Philo
math to Corvallis to get a hunter's
license. It was a seven-mile walk with
the thermometer at US.
Tho Wasco county jail
baa but two
Robert Leasure was down from
Mount Hood last Friday looking fo.-
dairy cows for himself and neighbors.
Mrs. Keis is anixous to get a herd of
seven or eight cows. 1). K. Cooper
has 14 cows uow. but extiocts t.n in.
oreas this number to 25. Art Khoads
holies to bo able to do tho same.
While the cream route established
recently at Mount Hood by the
Hazelwood Creamery Co. of Portland
is not securing a ureat deal of eionm
all because there are not sntHeieut
cows in the valley, the people iu gen
eral are well pleased with the experi
ment. Several are awaiting to to see
just how their neighbors make it,
and as soon as they secure the cows
will themselves be patrous of tho
Oscar FredeubuiB. who onerntes th
stage line from Mount Hood post
office and also carries the mail, brings
the cream cans to the exuress nttlc.
each Tuesday and Friday. Two sta
tions have been established mm nt
Cribble's store and tho other at
Shelly 's store at Odell. The Mount
Hood farmers take their e renin In Mr
Oribble's store the day before it is
shipped, where each farmer's cream
Is weighed and a portion of t tie cream
taken out for testiug. The same will
ue done at Udell.
V. Winchell was at lieaverton last
week aud secured a hoard of cows for
his farm. Friday morning, William
Davidson of the West Sido accompan
ied Mr. Sherwood to Portland, and
expects to return this week with sev
eral good cows. Mr. Sherwood was
here several days looking after busi
ness oouneoted with the new route
here. He is the manager of the routes
established by the Hazelwood Cream
ery Co. throughout the state.
lhnrsday night the wholesale price
of Hazelwood butter in Portland went
up to 30o a pound. As this company
pays for buttorfat within a cent aud a
half of the wholesale price of Hazel
wood butter, it will mean ''8'., cunts
a pound for the farmer's butter int.
While the shipments of cream are
yet rather small, the Hazelwood neonlo
are well satislled with the good bo
ginning made here. They realize that
there is a groat insuflicioncy of cows.
and say they do not exnect heaw
business here for a year or more. Tho
Mount Hood Development Co. is tak
ing an active interest in furthering
the creamery route proposition, and
has promised the Ulacier oompleto re
ports from time to time as to how the
business is progressing, and what suc
oess and profit there is in the venture
to the farmers who ship the cream.
They Helped the Country Out.
The following letter written by An
drew Elliot, of Pittsburg, Or., to the
Hazelwood Cream Company, may be
of intorest to farmers who are think
ing of shipping their cream to Hazel
wood. Pittsburg, Or., to Hazelwood: One
year ago you asked me to ship you
my cream long enough to give you u
fair trial, and report to vou how 1
liked your system of dealing. 1 have
waited, not only long enough to know
how I like it myself, bi t with how
every one with whom 1 have talked
likes it. Iu reply to mv innuirv:
How do you like tho Hazelwood? My
answer is, "Still the same. FlliST
Nothing ever came to this tuirt uf
the country before to help us out. I
see a good many have already im
proved their dairy stock and overv
one is preparing to do likewise. 1
ask some of my most familiar lriends,
"Uow can you atTord to buy such
stock? 1 always receive the same
answer: "All things are possible to
those who have faith. We havo faith
in the Hazelwood."
1 can only say for mvself what I
told your men, if 1 get dissatisfied, 1
hold my cream. If 1 could have good
health to enjoy this business a few
years after working and waiting for it
twenty live, 1 would lie satisfied.
I have been told by a good many
that this Nehalom Valley received
more money for cream iu the last
year than ever came to it for beef and
butter iu two years since its first set
tlement; aud 1 know this is true.
AN DUE W ELLIOT.
Water Very Low In Snake Klver.
Reports from the miner river sav
that the snake is at a lower stage than
It has been for years, and is falling
at the rate of .1 of a foot every two
days, aud it is now onlv one foot
above the low water mark. lieforo
very long it is declared it will I ie be
low the zero point. If such proves
to be true it is feared that tho steam
ers plying in those waters will have to
be taken out of commission. In that
event it would be necessary to trans
port me grain crop to Jjowiston by
teams over rough aud almost impass
ible roads if growers were anxious to
get it to market this fall, lint it, is
supposed that many would wait until
winter, when the river would again
become naviagble. before uudei takiui.'
to move the crops.
All the snow has melted from tho
mountains, and there is no possible
chance for the river to increase iu
denth unless constant ruins shmil.l
fall but they never do that thL s tisou
in that section, aud so the probabili
ties are very strong that the upper
Snake will soou be closed to tralllc.
Just What Everyone Should Do.
Mr. J. T. Karber of Irwinville. (in..
always keeps a bottle of Chamberlain's,
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Keniedy
hand ready for Instant use. At
tacks of colic, cholera morbus and diar
rhoea come on so suddenly that there
no lime to hunt a doctor or go to the
store for medicine. Mr. Karber says:
have tried Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Keniedy which
is one oi tue oest remeaies 1 ever saw.
I keep a bottle of It in my room ns I
have had several attacks of colic and it
has proved to be the best medicine I
ever used." Sold by Williams' Pharmacy,