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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 21, 1905.
until) KIVKR UUHIIi NO. KB, A. K. and A.
M. .Meets Hiituriluv cvenini? on or before
each lull iiiuiiu. Tlll'MAN Butlkb, W. M.
A.l). MoK, herretm .
IIOOU RIVKl; ( H AlTKK NO. 27. R. A. M.
Meets first una third Friday nights of each
IIHUltll. V. CHANM.K. H. P.
A. 1). Mok, Hccretary.
HOOD KIVI'.K CHAHTKR NO. 28, 0. fc,. 8.
Meets secoud and fourth Tuesday evening
oleuch mouth. Visitors cordially weloomed.
MKH. J.U HKBMHNKR, W. M.
Mils. Tiikkkma Castnkk, sjeeretary.
U)I?:WU.1)E LODOKNO. 107, I. O. O. F.
Jleela iu rruternul hull, every lburnduy
mglil. WM. Oanob, N. U.
. V. Smith, Secretary
KliKN KNCAMl'M KNT, NO. 48, 1. O. O. .
lUvnlur meeting second and fourth Monday!
of eucli month. L. K. MoKSK, C. P.
11 K. Kntbican, Hcribe.
1.AUKKL RKBKKAH DKOBKK IAlIXiE NO.
HI, I. o. O. K.-Meets first and tdlrd fridayi
In each month.
Mrs. E. W.Udcli., N. O.
Mrs. Doha Thomson, Secretary.
WAUCOMA LODGE NO. SO, K. OF P.
Meeta in K. ol V. hall every Tuesday night.
V. U. Bkock, U. J.
H. T. DkWitt, K. of r. and 8.
HOOD RIVER ( AMI', NO. 7,708, M. W. A.
Metis In K. of V. hall every Wednesday
iKilt. CH AH. JONBH, V. C.
i;, li. Dakin, Clerk.
jhJOD RIVER t'AMl', NO. 770, W. O. W.
Mcela 011 Ural and third Tuesday of each
m.iulli In Odd Fellows' ball.
F. H. Hlaoo, 0. C.
II. W. Wait, Clerk.
HOOD RIVER ClIU'l.E NO. 621, WOMEN Of
Wiw.clinill-Mftti.ut K. or I', hall on the
liirtinid 'I bird I' i nlays ol 'each mouth.
I.KNtiKA KTIIHK, U. N,
NKI.I.IK. Iltil. I.OWKI.1., Clerk.
U1VEHSI1IE LOlHiENO. M A. O. II. W.
Jims tirst und third SutuidajB ; f each
month. C. 1.. Col'I'l.K, M. W.
K. K. Hraiii.ky, Flnsnc er
I UKHTKH JMiiTK. Recorder.
(ilVEltolllE LODGE NO. 40, IIKUKKK UK
Honor, A. O. U. W.-Meela Unit ud thlri
,-uluitlajsul p. m.
M isk Cuba t'ol'l'l.lt, C. of II.
Miss I'AiiiiiK ( ori'i.ii, itecurder.
"IuieTuiF WaMUNUION HOOD RIVER
L in.. 11 No. 142-Ml eta III K. of V. hall tile
second and louiiii Baturdays In each mouth
lit -, :M p.' 111. E. L. Roou, 1'iesldeut.
C. U. HAKlN, Secretary.
..Li-Pi assku lll.V NO KB. UNITED ART-
isans.-MeeU Hit Ural and third Wednes
days, work; second and fourth Wednesdays
Artisans' liall. J. It. KOBKKU, m. a.
C. D. Hk.nuii 11, Secretary.
COUKT HOOD RIVER NO. 42, FORESTERS
ol Ainerica.-Meels second and fourth Mon
days in each month in K. of 1". hall.
OKO. Fox, C. K.
F. C. Dm is us, F. 0.
CANUY POST. NO. lli.O. A. R.-MEETS AT
x i 1 1 w i.nii Mfciind and lourtli Satur
davsoi eacli month at 2 o'clock p. 111. All
U.'a. R. members invited U meet with us.
A. L. l'HKi.ps, coininanuer.
Thomas Qoss, Ailjulanl.
CANHY W. R. I'., No. lb MEETS SECOND
anil louitli Sutiirtlitj s of each Mouth In A.
o. U. . hall at 2 p. 111.
Ei.i.kn Hlowebu, President.
I.izziK Okk, SecreUry
mountain home camp No. .WJ. R. n. a
Meets at the K.of P. Hall on the second aud
ltiurth Friday ot each inouin.
Mks. Cabkik BkosiI'S, O.
Miss. Ella Dakin, Recorder.
vl aitma tupi.k No. ii. Ksthbone Sisters.
Meets sccoii .and lourth Thursdays of each
lliolltll. AMANbA WHITKIIKAO, M.K..I,.
STKLLA Riuhakdso.n, M. of U, 4 C.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Telephone: Olllce, 2S1; residence, 811.
SUUOEON O. R. A N. Co.
JJKS. MAHY JOHNSON, M. I).
Physician and Surgeon.
Jlce ami Residence in E. L. Smith llulldlng
Over Hist Mel. liium. e.llirunce, iei
of Lunik, on Third St.
H. L. DUMBLE,
I'llV.SlClAN ANI surgeon,
siicccksoi' to Dr. M. K. siiuw.
Culls promptly answei ;d In town or country
nay tu ,-sigiii.
Telephones: Residence, till: Olllce, 1)13.
Ollice In tin- Ihosius lluilding.
DR. J. EDGINGTON,
Physician and Surgeon
Ollice over llie First National bank.
Olhi e phone 1133. Res. phone 7i;Xl.
M. F. SHAW, M. D.
Ollice in Jackson Block.
( mice phone, No. 1 171. Residence, No. iiWI.
Dt. U. 0. DEPUTY,
tiraduate of Ihe American School ol
of Klrksv ile, .Mo., desires to announce to the
citiMus of Hood River and adjacent country
that he has located In Rooms 6 and 6, second
story of the Smith building, lor the pruellce
He will be glad to meet the friend of tills
drugless science, and especially the hopeless
Come in aud talk with hlui.
Smith lilock. I'houe'Jtil
C H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
.SpecialiHt on Crown and Itridge Work.
Telephones: o'tlce, SB; residence, 10)5.
omen over Hank UldK. Hood Kiver, ore.
M. E. WELCH,
Ij nreuared to do any work In tlie vetvrlu.
ury line. He cim be louna by calliiiK at or
jilioning to clai ke I druu alore.
E. H. HARTWIG,
L'1II .ruetii' In All Courts.
Ofltce wini ueu. U. CulUeriou t o. CVI-
le Hons, AUotiai-u, otttieiiient of liatea.
liiioti KU .U. OKtu US.
JOHN LELAND HESDEtiKOIC
ATTORKBY-AT-LAW B8TBACT. HO
1ARY PUBLIC and EIAL
ror"Tfanareitd.nt ol OrMonanil Waih
W,M Hu h.d many yean expartano. In
5 .1 Sita matter., a. aUlraator, rcb ol
tines ana . .
a 1 trcU Fumithed. Money Loaned.
Hood River, Oregon.
T- C. BR081U8, M. D.
' PHYSICIAN AND 6UEQK0N.
'Phone Central, or 1SL
Un-- 10 to 11 A. ILt I to t
-d 6 to 7 P.M.
Arrival and Departure of Mail.
The postofflce is open dally between a. ni.
and II . in.; Sunday Iroin 12 tol o'clock. Mails
for the Kast clone at 11.20 a. m D.20 P. m. and
p. m.; for the Went, at 2.10 p. m. and p. w.
The carrier on K. K. 1). routes No. I and i
leave the postoftioe at 8.30 a. m. Mall leaves
f or JUL iiooa, uauy at 12 Hi.; arrives iu.su
Kor Underwood. Wash., at 12 m.. Tuesdays,
Thursday! and Saturdays; arrive aaiue day
at 11 a. 111,
Kor White Salmon, Wash., dally at 12 m.;
arrive at 11 a. m.
For Hood River, dally at 9 a. in.; arrive! at
t p. 111.
For Husnm, Trout Lake and Ouler, Waab.,
dally at 7.30 a. ni.; arrlvea 6 p. m.
f or uienwoou, fuma and uumer, waao.,
dally at 7.90 a. m.; arrlvea at p. ni.
f or fine i lat and Mnowaen, waan., ai 1 p.
1. Tuesdays and Baturdays; arrlvea aame
daya at 12 m.
For Blngen, daily at 4.45 p. m.: arrives at
8.45 a. m.
0. R. & N. TIME TABLE.
No. 1, Chicago special, 11:13 a. m.
No. 4, Spokane Flyer, 8:40 p. m.
No. H, Mall and Expreas, 10:40 p. ID.
No. 24, Way Freight, 12:15 p. in.
No. 22. Fast Freight, 4:05 a. m.
No. 1, Portland Special, 2:56 p. m.
No. 3, Portland Flyer, ktti a. in.
No. 6, Mall and Express, 4:4 a, m.
No. 23, Way Freight, V:l!t a. ni.
No. 55, F'asl Freight, 1:05 p. in.
and Union Pacific
3 Trains to the East Daily
rrhrnml Unllm.n alanHarilB mill tOllHat
slecplmr enrs dally to oinshn. Chlcaro, Spo-
Iranu. t.tii.lul ilwinlni, .UPD HllllV 1a k' HIIIUII
City;' through Pullman tourist sleeping car
(nersoiisauv conuucieui weeitiy w vuita.
Reclining chair cars (seat free) to the East
T,. flit tCHEDULtl AUI?a
P"A,T Porllind, Or.
Chicago Bait lAl, Denver, i:2t..
Portend Ft. Worth.Omaha,
Bpeelal Kamai City, HI.
:15 a. m. Leuii,Cblcagoaad
Atlantic Bait Lake, Denver, 1:00a.
Eipresa Ft.Worlb, Omaha,
1:11 p.m. Kansas City, Kl.
via Louli, Chicago aud
Walla Walla, Lewis- "
Et. Paul ton, Bpokane.Wal- T:Ua. s.
Fait Mall lace, Pullman,
i;l6p. m. Mlunca)H)lls, Ht.
via Paul, Duluth, Mil
pokana waukee, Chicago
aud Kiut. '
FOR ASTOUIA nnd 8:l l. M.'5:U0 P, M.
way points, conneetingi Daily
with steamer for II - neo. except
and North Bench steam-1 Sunday,
er Hassalo, Ash n:reet Saturday,
dock (water per.) W:UU P. M.
FOR Dayton, Oreon7K A. JI.j5:;)U P. .M.
City and Yamhill Riv Dslly Daily
or rukintu luh -fii.iil!
dock (water per.)
FOK LEW IHTOaN, 14:00 A. M.I About
Idaho, and way polut.
from HipHrtu, Wash,
Mondny, 6 00 F. M.
A. L. CRAIQ,
General Fauangar Afint, Portia a, Or
T.J. K1NNAIKD, Agent, Rood BlTf.
Tho place to get an easy
shave ami nrst-chiss hair cut.
Our shop is metropolitan in
Porcelain Baths in Connection
DcBORDE & GREY.
For Sale at the
A. T. ZEEK.
Crown and Bridge Wort
Teeth Without Plates.
Treatment of riiaeaaed teeth and gums.
Olllce llrosius Building. Phone 10U1.
W. A. Morgan & CO.
Sur,ccmor to Ganger t Hartley
Hoivvy and Light Drawing
and Team Work, etc.
Phone 1421. HOOD RIVER, OR
F. G. COE
The First National Bank
OK HOOD RIVER, OREtlON.
Capital and Nurpiiis, $30,000.
Established June 1, 1904.
P. M. Hall-Lewis & Co.
Civil Engineers & Surveyors
Sixteen years' actual experience In New
Yfr Nun Vru nelacn and Portland enables us
to offer the latest idea In style, finish and
economic construction. We submit sketches
and prell Inary specifications for dwellings,
hotels, schools, churches, mills and busiues
block on short notice, subject to approval.
Davidson UMg. HOOD KIVKR, ORL.
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Accuracy guaranteed. Twelve years'
experience on some of tlie ueet Ameri
can railroads. Consultation free.
J. F. STRANAHAN,
Ol 16 year' experience. Will fur
alah plans and apeciacationi lor all
kinds of buildings. Strictly up to aU.
LeeaUd at Hood River.
WTONDERS & CO.
W are prepared to make plans for up-to-
date buildings, nun nannie an kiuuk oi uuuu
ug contracts. Bee us before building.
STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
HOOD RIVKR, OR Ed ON.
PiRS AMD ESTIMATKS FUIMUHIO.
i siiiii) p.. uii' lor
for alo. I'irili
manufacturing , i:ro .a will do will to
write to him.
B. F. BKLILU,
Plans vn ksikatim Kuknibhbd
lFRLOtifiCi. t ARNOLD,
CitlmateF lurnished on all kinds of work
TM,.,ii,,w Arnold, Main W.
I II 'III f. . rtdarlnk. Ml ma
SIM0NT0N & SONS
Architects and Builders.
Iiceorntiie Calming and Paper Hanging
l'l iii furnished. Estimates care
IIOOU 111 VKK, ORKUON.
FRAZIER & SON,
Fine nml Fireplace Work a specialty.
HOCD RIVER, OREGON.
ofMcJIiiiiiville. Oregon, will insure your
property at HO per cent ks cost than
any other institution.
Room 7, Vogt building, Tlie 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
crete, etc. .
Quick anil satifactory work. Two bath
tubs in connection.
RUSSELL & REES, Props.
Timber and Homestead
I HUT. for location some choice apple lands
nd tlmn.fr claims: aluo rellnqulHlimentii and
land to script. Call on or addreiw.
wm. f. uxd,
Bos. Phone 370. H(X)d River. Ore,
Joseph A. Wilson
Wooden Water Pipe
MISS GERTRUDE M. WALLACE
Teacher of Piano
Will rle piano pupil! at the residence
of Mm. H. II. Htewart. Hood Itiver. Terms
reasonable Call afternoons or 'phone
Is hereby liven to the stockholders of the
Mountain Vsller Water Co., that all who arc de
linniMml on their stock and do not pay the full
amount due thereon: on or before Sept. U. 1!J5,
Mid stock will be aoid for the indebtedness, Set
1& 1W6, at 1. R. Keas' ranch, at alt. Hood, at the
hour of 2 o'clock, p. m. By order of the b.rd of
directors. J. L. GKOFF. Sec
IN THK ClRCt'IT CO CRT oK THK ntvik
OK ORKUON KOR CCONTV or Astii:
CHAKLKIt Stif'SKV, Plaintiff
Johik Sokskv, Defendant
To Josle Sofsky. rtefendnnl:
lnthensmeoftlieslitie of Oregon, v. are
hereby required to appear and answer the
complaint tiled agaliiM you In the above hiu- :
tied suit on or before the last day of the tune
prescribed In the order for the publication of
this summons, to wit: On or before the nth:
day ofOctober, I'.Kie, said dale being the epn
atlon of six weeks from the first pnt.llottUin
of this luminous; and If you fail so to npi. ar
and answer, lor want thereof, the planum !
will am. I to the court for the relief prayed I
for In the complaint, vii: Kor a deciif dis
solving the bonds of matrimony and marriage
contract now existing between plaintill mij
Tills summons la published by order of
Hon. W. L. Hradsbaw, Judge of thci lremt
Court for Wasco county. Oregon, which order
wss made end entered on the Kit dny ot Au
gust, loft, and Hie dale of the first pill.lieitiiiin
thereof is theaith day of August, lHtis.
2Ss Atloruey for plaintill.
NOTICE.-F1N AL SETTLEM KNT.
In the Couty ()urt of the 8UI of Oregon
for Wasco county:
In the mutter of the Katate of T.C. DALLAS
dtceased, by l-eslie Duller, Kxecutor.
Notice is hereby given that the undi rslgnetl
hasdulv filed his final account and repiirt as
Kxecutor of the estate or T. ('. Dallas, deceas
ed, late or Hood River, Oregon, with the
clerk orthe County Court or Wasco county,
state or Oregon; and that the Judge nt said
court has fixed Krlduy, the uh day of Sep.
lumber, A. 1). I911S, at 10 o'clock a. in. "I said
day, as the lime, and the County Court mom
In "the County Court House in Dalles city,
Wasco county, state of Oregon, as Hie place
for hearing said final account and report All
persons Interested in ald estate are hereby
notified to appear at said time and plseti am!
show cause, If any there be, why antd ri .rt
should not in ull tilings be allowed, rntitleil
and approved aud confirmed, and said execu
tor discharged mid his bondsmen exonerate. I
That the order of said Court is dated Ilie Jl'ili
day of August, ld.i, and provide for ti.in
weeks pul.liciillon of tile said notice, end for
five lust" i ii.i.s thereof In the Hood River Hin
der, the il, si i-iie of which paper Is dated the
31st due of i. 'Ht.l'JUR.
Dated u. u day ol August, l'.Wi.
Kx uilol ot the estate or T. C. Lalliu
A D M 1 N I VT i ! A TOR'S N0T1 ( ' K .
Tliomas I,. I lal' K-l.ile. Notice Is hereby
given Mint Ihc in..'.' .signed has been ii.iuuit.
ed Administrator u. tl.. ,-sla:e of Tl as L
Clark, deceased, by tne i ounty Coin I oi tin
wiateol dregon, for lie- e.iunly of Wasco, ami
thai he has duly tjiiiuLie I for suid trust. A I
persons liavlng claiiiis ngainst salti estah
mils! presi nt the si.ine t. tl.e undersigned, at
the olilce ot lienrge T. I'nitlier, In the city ni
llisid River, Wasco cob my, slate of orcg
within six months from tliu date liereol, duly
verified as by law required.
Adiiiiuistrator of the estate of Thomas
L. Clark, deceased.
Dated and first published Aug. 10, I-St
IN THE CIRCUIT COUHT-O.'' THK STATU
OK OKKtiON, FOlt COUNTY OK WASCO:
KltKN K.KIt STKITOK, IMtitllt Itt'
Maky K, Stki'tok, Dofrnaunt )
To Mnry K. Htuptoe, the above lnnnctl do
ftiuluat; In the nftinc of the State of Oregon, ymi hit
hereby required to itppeur und ainwer Uir
(DitipiHtnl tiled itgitliist yon In the iitiove til
tilled Court mid Ktitt on or before hix weeks
from the 71 li day of September. 1!i0i, to wit:
On or before the l(Jlh day of Oetober. l!U unl
If yon fall to so iijtswer, the plaintill will up
nly l the Court and take decree for tlie relief
demanded in his complaint, to wit: that the
bondH of matrimony now jrlstintf between
you nnd aid plaintiff be forever dUnolvt-i.
Thia summons iH wrved upiin you by publt
oatlou thereof, one a wwk for six consecu
tive weeks In the Hood Kiver Olueler.u week
ly newspaper of general circulation, prlnte. I
and published iu Wasco eounly, Oregon; and
this Summons is mo served by virtue of an or
der duly maiie and entered herein on the Mist
day of August, liKtt, by the Hon. W. I- lhad-
Hhaw, Juuge ol Milil Court.
The date of said order In August 31, l!)fi, and
the duleol t e lirst inihlicaiion Is September
i iiji:. I. li li a it TU'M
' Attorney for 1'l'aititilT,
Residing at Hood U ver, Oregon
IN THK CIRtTJT CoPKT oF Til K STATIC
OK OUKUUN, Foil WASCO COtNTV.
Nki.lik 11. Wklnsciiknck, I'laintlH
F. W. Vkinwiiknk, HeleiulaiiL
To F. W, Welntsclieiiek, dolYmtitnt ubuve
n iu n eel;
intlienainf1 of tlie state of Oreim: Von
are hereby lvijuireti to appear and answer
the eotnplalnt tiled u atiirtt you In tho above
eiitttled hii It on nr before six weks from the
1 1th thiy of .September, I'ttt, to wit, on or be
fore the 'tith day of oetotwr, I'Mr, and If yon
fail ho to answer t be plaintill will take JuIk
iiieiit and li eree mtauiKt you for wan! there
of, RceoidtnK to tlie prayer of nnil eoniplahit,
namely, that the bonds of nutti tiuony now
existtiiK between plaintill' and defendant be
forever dissolved, and that plaintill l award
ed the custody of the minor ehrildren men
tioned in tne complaint Herein, and itirti stie
be allowed to resume her maiden name of
Nettle iilaloek, and for such other rellet a to
the eourt shall seem meet. 1'bis NiiuuiUHiii Is
served on you by jmlilleatiun thenif onte
eacu week lor six eonseeutive weeks in tlie
Hood Kiver Ulaeier, a weekly neWMpap. r
)ublished In the elty of Hood Kiver, In "1
iN'ttseo comity, Oreidon, by virtue ol au order
made and entered herein on 1 lie istti day of
AuifUHt. VMi. hy Horn ruble W . I.. Kradstiaw.
Jude of sa i eourl. The 4late of naid order is
August in, jmiii, Hiiu tlie (late oi I ne ursi pnit
licatlon of this summons IsS.'pteuiix-r 14 JM5,
A. A. .1 I'-,
o2fi Attorney lor IMalntltf.
IN THECIKCUIT COI'IIT OK THK HTaTK
Or OltKtiON KOlt t'UU.NTV OK WAMCO!
JrniTH K. Wki.I), l'lulntlll'i
versus 8ui( for Dlvorco
At'orsrt'H m.ii.Defendiuit J
To AueiiBtus Weld, the above named de
In the nameof the Htite ororeyon, you are
hereby required U appear anil answer the
conipiuim tiled iiKiitiiMt you in 1 1119 titiove en
titled suit, within six weeks I'mm the Hlh
day of Heptemlter, l!s)5, said dtiy beinn the
nrHt day ot the publication ol iiiin Numinous:
and If you fail so to aiiwwcr, for w iiii thereof,
the plaintill will apply to the conn mrine re
lief demanded In her complxint aforesaid.
tiled Iu huld cause, for to-wli: Ailecreeol
divorce dissolving the bonds nl matrimony
exlslina between the iilaiiitllf and (h-remUuii
in said cause, snd for restoraliu of plaintiffs
former name, and tor her costs and disburse
ments In this suit.
This summons Is published hy virtue of un
order of Honorsble A. K. I.uke, county Jude
of the county court of Wasco eoiiniy state of
Oregon, dated the 7lh day of Hcptcniuer, A.
li., iyuf, which ordc-r specifies and provides
six weeks and seven Insertions publication
in the "Hood Kiver Glacier' a weekly news
paer published weekly In ssid county and
suite, as the time, and paper iu which, suid
summons shall be published.
Dated Hood Klver.Onifon, Keptember 8, Mm.
2i Attorney for I'Uliitln.
NOTICE FOR 1TBUCATION.
The hallux, onvon. stent. 12. VMA
Notli Is hereby ffi veil thst the rollnwinir
named settler lis tiled noilce of his Inten
tion U) make final proof In supsrt of hii
claim, and that said proof will oe n.ade beta-fore
Oeo. T. Prather, tinned stntes commis
sioner at his office in HoisI Kiver, ori-ifon, on
October 24, lDUo, vlx.:
AI.fKKD M. Kool',
of Mosier, Oregon, on 11. K. No. 7117, for the
HKk K! Hcc. a and N'. NK'4 -Sec. Ill, Tp. g N,
R. 1IK..W. M.
lie names the following witnesses to Drove
hlr continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, vt..: Kra-nk limber and
I.arkln Lamb, or Mosier, Oregon; Porter Hnitz
niun and II. F. rllioemaker, ol Hood Kiver,
'JlaolU MIt'HAKLT. NOLAN, Keglster.
Who Wants It?
It la an III wind that blows no Ksd. The
Hood railroad bss cut my farm iu two tracts,
and 1 am going to aell one of them cheap.
There la about in acres, 15 of which Is set In
Newtown and Knltzenberit Mpple tree; rood
soil: well watered; location In the heart of our
best apple district; close to a 4-rism graded
school house, and rural delivery ana tele
phone service at your door. Terms easy. Kor
particulars, Inquire uf A. 1. Mation. a3
Ofllfes and Kooms.
The very best for rent in Smith Block
OFFERS $1 FOR
FAIR PEOPLE AFTER A BIG ONE
Additional I'rciniiiiii for F.acli Ounce
I'.xcccdiiijr This Hciirht Fine
Fruit Secured Here
T. Johnson, siiir-riiiti'inlint of
tho liDiticulttiial exhibit nt the. Lewis
nml ('lurk exposition, who whh iu
llniul River Siitiiiiltiy securing npiileu
for tho Oregon disphiy, wishos the
(ilncier to htato that the ntato com
iiiinsion has a atmuliiiK nlfir of 1 for
every JS-oiince apiile linmuht to the
horticultural liml.liiitf. Mr. JohiiHon
say nil ml.lit imial 1 will lie paid for
each ounce aliove 2h.
WuahiiiKton in ('rowing over an ap
plo weitfhiiin Uli'.i ounce, and the l)r
OKnn coiiiinissiotiei's are anxioti to ex
ceed this weight. At the Cliicatfo
fair, linker comity I. ad the tiiifKest ap
ple, which tipped the scale at 111!
ounces. At St. liiiiii an Arkansas
apple weighed I!" (ititicc.
l'rolitil.ly tlie liiims-t peach ever ex
hibited at any exhibition, i on dis
play from Aslihiiul, and wan grown by
Max cruel. t. I lie I iililurtna people
say this takes the lead over nnythitiK
they ever saw, nnd ate willing tu ad
mit they can sluivv nothing like it.
The peach weighs -i! oiiiice and nat
tirally causes a t eat deal of comment.
While hero Mr. .loliiisnii was taken
over tlie valley by his cousin, Profes
sor V. D. Thompson, and ho leturned
Monday with tlie pniiniso of NO boxes
of line Hood Hivor apples, ('(iniinis-
ioner li ibliiiid hits arranged to imm
inent the Wii.'.cii CDiinty booth with l.'i
boxes of f I cell apples, and taken nlto
'etlier, thi - shonhl help considerably
tho appearance of tlie Oregon tniit
BIG PARADE ON
HOOD RIVER DAY
Hood Kiver will panido tho streets
of l'ortlaml next Tlinraday with tilpine
staiku Hunnonnted with bin rod HppleH,
while a miuud of the mure enthiiamti
tie tanners will be decorated with a
small ot . SpitzenberH ntnin ever
their i-houldei'a and wound around
On arriviuu at the ttroiiiidn, tho did
eiiiition will lie eacortod innido by the
exnimitinu band. At the Oieuon
huildiiiu there will be an add roHH of
welcome bv l'reideiit (lood or Jotter-
son Mvers. and a short response by
some Hood Kivor speaker. Thore will
be n couple of ticnuH by the senool
Ten thousand curds will be distrib
uted about tho grounds asking the
bonrer to cull at. the Wasco enmity
booth in the horticultural buildiiiK
and obtain a Hood Kiver tipple. I'.lab
orate ba.lnes have boeu secured for
The otlloiiil yaJl is:
Sacajawea .law a ,lawo!
Apples and strawberries we do crow
Who are we? Vim can (juess
Hood Kiveritea? Yob! Yen! Yes!
In order to secure the apples for
distribution that day. it lias been
ncfcssHrv to a- k the farmers to do
utile a box each, or the equivalent in
money. Tho apple committee canvass
ed the streets Saturday iill.ernoon,
ami secured the promise of a hirne
number of boxes, anil went out later
in the week and secured more.
Those who have promised apples for
the occasion, are requested to brinn
them to to.vn Saturday of this wivk
in order that they may bo shipped by
froitfht Monday, winch will insure
them rencliiiiK the exposition grounds
by Wednesday tit the latest. Tho fruit
may be left with any member of the
committee Vs. II. Shepard, J osepli A
Wilson or 11. 1'. Davidson.
A Until meetinu of tlie K'elieral com
Diittee will lie held Saturday, for com
iilctinn of 1 ho aii'iiiP'emeiit.H.
Tho Kiieeiiil train lieai ini? tho Hood
Kiver excursionists will leave the
Hood Kiver depot at 7 o'clock. The
round trio tickets will cost 61.75
school child I en half fare. The tickets
aro Rood for seven days from date of
purchase. A roster ol the excursion
will bo secured on tho way down, am
all those desiring to return lliursilay
uinht will be provided with seating
capacity by the O. K. & N.
M osier people tire expected to join
Hood Kiver on this excursion. 'Ihey
will arrive hero about six o'clock on
tho Spokane tlyer and wait for the de
parture of the special train from here.
The schools of tho city and valley
will (dose Thursday and Friday, and
it is expected that at least HKKl Hood
Kiver people will attend tho exposi
tion on Hood Kiver day. The school
children will wear special badges ami
if identified hy their teachers will be
admitted free to the fair nrouiids.
Agricultural Day, September 2H.
Thursday und Friday, September 28
ant' "J! I, have been designated and set
apart as Agricultural days at the
Lewis and Clark centennial exposi
tion. During this time tho Agricul
tural club, composed of the exhibitors
iu the Agricultural building, propose
to give away four thousand valuable
presents. In addition to this, they
will give away live car loads of choi
cest Oregon frtrts.
The llrst day's parade will begin at
lD::t()a. 111., and will demonstrate the
evolution of agriculture from 1HU1 to
the present time, and will be partici
pated iu by Captains Lewis and Clark,
Sacitjawea, Indian scouts and camp
followers, ami the premium stock of
the exposition stock show then in ses
sion. Music for this occasion will be
furnished by the original and only Si
Perkins fanners' band.
The second day's parade will be
inven iu the evening of September 2'J,
and will beheaded by floats decorated
with flowers, etc., and will contain
the soddesseri Ceres. 1'omoiiH and
Flora, with their maids of honor, at
tendants and guards, followed by
other floats and decorated vehicles.
In order to stimulate an elegant dis
pjav. cash luizes amoiintiig to 100
w ill be awarded, as follows : For liest
decorated vehicle, jOO; for second
best, m: for third best, fcH
"Owing to the fact that many of
the counties have been unable to bar
a day get apart for tbeir particular
county, this will give them a grand
opportunity to make good that lows,"
said Superintendent Johnson, who was
inllood Kiver Saturday. "The :28th of
Set pom her is the day set apart at
Hood Kiver day. During thia time
they expect to giveaway a large quan
tity of fruit, which, added to that
given by other counties, will euttice
to furnish abundant fruit for all visi
tors. "As the Northwest depends so
largely ou its agricultural resources, it
is to tie hoped tbat toe citizens ol
each county will support these days,
aud all visit the fair at this time."
MUST CLEAN YARDS
OR SUFFER ARREST
The subject of overflowing ceaspools
and ill-kept back Tarda In the busi
ness blocks came before toe council
Monday niiiht. Councilman Moe of
the health committee repotted that
Dr. C. 11. Jenkins had entered
omphiiiit of an overflowing cesspool
from the Maroellus cottage onO street
nnd asked the council for relief.
Councilman F.arly asserted tbat
there were frequent remarks by clti-
zenn of the town that the council
should do something to keen the sew
ers clean, and as all parties had been
untitled often enough, he deemed it
time that the marshal made arrests of
those parties who continued to main
tain nuisances w hich endangered - the
health of the community. Other
ineiiiliers of the council were of the
opinion that examples should be made
iu this manner. If uo other method
The unclean ootid ition of other sew
ers and back yards was discussed and
Mayor lllowers concluded the author
ity to abate such nuisances rested
with the board of health, which has
full power to act.
The sewer committee baa struck a
snag, and it must be two weeks before
a complete report can be furnished.
According to the amended city char
ter, Engineer Paget must prepare a
description of the boundaries of the
sewer district of the city. No lot or
position of lot which cannot be
drained by the proposed sewer system
cannot be included within the district
to be assessed without Invalidating
the entire system. After consultation
with Attorney Wilson, the sewer com
mittee at once secured communication
with Kngineer Paget, who will com
pinto his work of running the, botin
daries befote the next regular session
of the city council.
Ordinance No. 100, amending a pre
vious ordinance providing for the
prevention of tires aud the protection
of property, was Introduced by Mo
Donald and passed. This ordinance
has reference to chimney which ex
tend through roofs. On motion of
McDonald the ordinance was ordered
Ordinance No. 101, providing the
Telephone Co. with use of the streets
as passed to second reading aud re
ferred to the committee on streets and
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Alio i.oijLiai.b niiu 1110 u aiiui vvj. .
providing for flushing sewers, had
been examined by an attorney, aud
meeting with the approval of the
council, was signed by the mayor.
Fought at Antletaiu 4!1 Years Ago.
Forty-three years ago last Sunday,
September 17, occurred the bloody
battle of Antietam, when Comrade K.
1). Calkius of Frankton lost his lug by
a rebel cannon ball. Calkins was a
member of the famous Wisconsin
"Iron llrigade," which came near be
ing annihilated during thia desperate
"We hud the Johnnies licked that
day," says Mr. Calkius, "and Lee
would have been captured before he
could cross the Potomac, had the rest
of tho troops curried out their orders
as did our brigade."
Mr. Calkius is still one of the live
liest of tho Oraud Army boys in Hood
Kiver. Two years ago he purchased
tho Sliaulding three acres at frank
ton. which he has looked after him
self, and from the earnings of this
fruit farm has made sulllcient money
to pay for the land aud build a neat
cottage 'Mx'H'i, which is now about
completed. Last fall his apple crop
The Kill tors at Play.
A. Bennett iu Irrlgnn Irrigator.
Hood Kiver held au apple fair,
Aud other fruits she showed;
Sonio garden truck was also there,
And sweet elder freely flowed.
The editors did also meet
Upon the self same day;
And it was a picture sweet
To see the editors at play.
The editors went to the fair,
To see the fruit so flue;
Hut when once they entered there
They quickly formed in line.
For just inside the entrance door
They heard a summons sweet ;
"Come, try our cider, drink galore,
Hood Kiver stands the treat.
Thore they stopped und there they
Aud drank aud drunk and drunk
and drank ;
lining free, they knew 'twas good,
And each one filled his tank.
And now those editors will write
Of fruits from olf the apple tree;
lint 1 In truth these linos indite
None got past that cider free.
The above "pome" was written at
the apple fair aud editorial meeting
at Hood Kiver last year. It was the
intention of the writer to give it to
Mr. Moe. of the Glacier, at the time.
liut Hood Kiver cider had a peculiarly
exhilarating elfect, aud "pomes" and
various other things, including our
hotel bill, were forgotten.
Southing and CiHiling.
The salve that heals without a scar
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. No rem
edy eU'ects such sjwedy relief. It draws
out nilinniinatioti, soothes, cools ami
heals all cuts, burns aud bruises
sure cue for piles and skin diseases.
DeWitt's is the only genuine Witch Ha
zel Salve, liewure of counterfeits, they
are dangerous. Hold by O. K W illiauis
Itest Spraying Material
at the lowest prices at Clarke's store.
IND CEEAM ROUTE PROFITABLE
Mount Hood Farmers Import Herd nf
Tested Jerseys from the
, carload of tested Jerseys has been
purchased by the Mount Hood farmers
uterested in the cream route, llie
cows reached here Saturday night ami
were taken the next day to the upper
valley. The herd was secured by the
llazelwood people from near Wood
burn. Among the Mount Hood farmers
taking some of the cows were M. Du
mas, two; I. U. Latferty, four; Hub
ert Leasuro, two; J. A. KuowloH, live.
There were about two dozen in the
Mount Hood is one of the Ideal dairy
sections of tho state, and the farmers
are early taking advantage of this
fact. While pastures iu other pints
of the stato are becoming dry and
feed is scarce, clover in the meadows
of the upper valley are waxing green,
and the farmers gathering in the
shekels as they cash in their cream
checks, with buttor lat bringing 111 '.
cents a pound.
Hie Hoo1 Kiver farmers consider
the creamery business a paying one,
and intend by thia time next year to
have silos in readiness for storing
green fodder for winter feeding.
MILL AT ONCE
Men are at work now replacing tho
burned Oreeu Point mill. A small
saw mill will be placed iu position at
once to get out the timbers for the
larger mill, construction work 011
which will begin at once. Ibis new
mil! will have double band saws and
when operated at full capacity will
cut 200,000 feet of lumber on a ten-
K. Smith one of the new members
of the re-organized Davenport liros.
Lumber Co. was in Hood Kiver Mon
day. He stated that the new com
pany Is now In process or organiza
tion whioh work will bo completed
within a oouple of weeks.
Messrs. Stanley A Smith hope to
have the largo mill completed within
00 days. Deep snows may prevent the
operation of tho mill this winter out
woik will start up the first thing next
spring when a payroll of over 100 a
day will be placet! iu circulation.
The new mill win be one 01 tne larg
est in the state. The Inmutiu-Poulsen
mill at Portland is operated night und
day and la turning out 400,000 feet of
lumber iu the 21-houi' run.
HAS GOLD NUGGETS
FROM McCOY CREEK
John Dark was In from McCoy
creek Tuesday with sevoial ouuees of
yellow nuggets, which ho was exhibit
ing 011 the streets of Hood Kiver,
where they caused a buzz of excite
Dark has been at McCoy creek the
greater part of the muiiiiiioi working
assessments on the placer claims of
his and Ame Underwood. He will
return to do additional work on tlfti
quartz diggings, aud probably spend
two mouths there, llo already has
four tunnels in the mountain side;
one lOIi feet iu depth, another IK) feet,
a third 4(1, and the fourth X feet.
Prospects for pay ore get brighter
Conover, an old Calilornia miner.
is working with Daik. He is well sat
isfied there is a fortune in sight for
Dark and Uncle Ame. "Kock like
this would produce such an oxci ,0-
ment ou the Snake river that you
could easily sell your claim for (Tiil,
000," says Conovor.
Dark baa struck- a vein of copper,
some of wh'ch assayed nearly Ho per
oeut pure metal. C. T. Kobards of
this city has a sample or the ore, ami
he is convinced It will pay hlg.
Ode to Hood lilver.
The following ode was recently sent
to au Kasteru friend by a resident
here who formerly lived in the same
Come to Hood River 1 O, why don't
Where 'skeeters are scarce,
old rum ;
Come to Hood Kivor! If you can t
You'll And something bettor comfort
Where factories will grow when more
get their senses,
Where grados will be safer with a few
needful fences ;
Where you see Mount Hood, so fair
and so high,
With its cap of white snow resting
'gainst the blue sky.
Where flowers In beauty urn seen
spring aud full,
And never freeze stiff witli the llrst
Where uo stagnuut wutor is found on
Where a ride ou the Columbia is both
cheap and grand.
Where the trees keep their verdure
throughout the whole year,
And children grow up without so
Whore ohurches and schools me keep
And marching ahead uo bullions in
So come to Hood Kiver! Oh, please
There mosquitoes abuse you why do
you stay? J. A. 11.
A speeding automobile met n
smoothly gliding cutter on tho road.
"Ab!" it said to the cutter, "win re
are you going?"
"Sleighing, or cotirso, " repueu me
"Slaying 1" shouted back the auto
moble with a horseless laugh.
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