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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, OCTOBER 5, 1005.
HOOD RIVKR LOLVIK NO. 105, A. F. and A.
M. Meet HalurdHy evening fin or before
each lull mnon. '1 human Butler, W. M.
A.l). MoK, Secretary.
HOOD RIVER f H ArTKR NO. 7. R. A. M.
Mwil tirst "Mil third Krtday nlKhtauf eaca
month. F. Chamulkk, H. P.
A U. Mob, Hecretary.
HOOD KlVilK CHAFTKR NO. , O. E. S.
Mnets second und fourth Tuesday eveutnf
of each mouth. Vlsltore cordially welcomed.
MBS. J. L. HEHSHNKK, W, M.
Mbs. Tiikkkma CASTNitB, Secretary.
ID1.KW1I.DK 1-ODOE NO. 107, I. O. O. F.
Meets In Fraternal tiall, every Thursday
night. W'M.UANGltt, N. O.
li, C.Smith, Secretary
KDKN KNl'AMl'MKNT, NO. 48, 1. O. O. .
Keiiiilar meeting seeoud and fourth Monday!
of each month. L,. K. Moiwk, C. P.
H R. Kntkican, Scribe.
LAUREL RKUKKAH DEGREE LODUKNO.
81, 1, o. O. F.-Meeta tlrst and third Fridays
In each month.
Mrs. E. W. Udexa, N. G.
Mr. Dora Thomson, Secretary.
WAUCOMA LODGE NO. SO. K. OK P
Meels In K. of P. hall every Tuesday mailt.
V. O. Brocr, 0. C.
H. T. DkWitt, K. of r. and 8.
HOOD HI V Mil' AMP, NO. 1,702, M. W. A.
Meeta In K. ot P. hull every Wednesday
Hl lit. CHAD. JONKB, V. V.
V.V. DAkiN, Clerk.
HOOD RIVKR CAMP, NO. 770, W. O. W
Meets on first ami third Tuesday of each
month In Odd Fellows' hall.
F. H. Blaoo, C. C.
H. W. Wait, Clerk.
HOOIl ItlVKK CIRCLE N0.5M, WOMEN OK
Woodciun-McilsiU K. ot p. hall on the
first and Third Fridays of each month.
1,1.1' MlKKYNOMW, G. N,
V. W. McRKYjioL'w, Cierk.
KiVKLHIDK LODGE NO. S A. O. U. W
Miets hrst and third Saturdays i f each
month. c. L. Cori-LK, M. W.
K. K. Uuaui.ky, Fluaiiu er
1 JIKM'l'KH nil I I B. It. eorurr.
LlVLKnlDh LoHjE NO. 40, Dr.GRLE OF
Honor, A. O. U. .-.Meets rirxt and Ultra
MiiurUajB at p. m.
ftl iss t'ouA Coi'Fl.lt, C. of H.
Miss Cakiuk Coi-1'I.k, Recorder.
ORDER OF WASHINGTON HOOD RIVER
Union No. lW-Meela in K. of P. hall the
second uud fourtli Sulurduya 111 each month
at 7:;tU p. in. E. L. lluou, President.
C. I). Da kin, Secretary.
OLETA AS..HK.VI Ill.Y NO. KB, UNITED ART-isuns.-.Meei
Hit- IIimi and third Wednes
days, woik; second und lOurtll Wednesdays
Artisans' liu 1 1. J. 11. KoliKKO, M. A.
C. l. Hknrk h, Hecrtlary.
COURT HOOD RIVKR NO. 42, FORESTERS
of America. Meets second and fourth Mon
days In euch month In K. of P. hall.
Gno. Fox, C. R.
F. C. Brush's, F. C.
CANBY POST, NO. 10,(1. A. R.-MEETN AT
A. o. U. W. hull, second and fourth Satur
days of each month at '2 o'clock p. m. All
G. A. R. members Invited to meet wl'.h us.
A. L. Phelps, Commander.
Thomas Gosh, Adjutant.
CANHY W. R. C, No. 1S-MEETS SECOND
and fourth Saturdays of each Month lu A.
O. U. W. hull al 2 p. in.
K u.k.n Blowers', President.
Li..ik Okk, Secretary
MOUNTAIN HOME CAMP No. 34o, R. N. A.
Meets at the K. of P. Hull on the second and
fourth Fridays ot eaeh month.
MltS. UAHKIE UROSIUS.O.
Mrs. Ella Dakin, Recorder.
Wauna Tkmi'I.k No. U. Rath bone Sisters.
Meets secon., and lourth Thursdays of each
moiiili. AM,yiA Whitkheai), M.E.C.
STELLA Rlt'HAl"SON, M. Ot R. A C.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Telephones: Office, 281; residence, 811.
HUKGEON O. R. & N. Co.
IjJIIS. MAHY JOHNSON, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Olllces and Residence in E. L. Smith Hiiilitluk"
Over First Nut. Bank. Entrance, rear
of bunk, ou Third St,
H. L. DUMBLE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Successor to Dr. M. F. Shaw.
ChIIh promptly unswerid In town or country,
Day or Night.
Telephones: Itesulenee, till: Offlce,til3.
olllce lu the Itiosiiis building.
DR. J. EDGINGTON,
Physician and Surgeon
Oii'ce over the First National bunk.
Otllce phone Res. phone 70X1,
M. F. SHAW, M. D.
Oflice in Jackson Hlook.
Olllce phone, No. 1171. Residence, No. 6l:i.
DR. U. 0. DEPUTY,
UracUiate of the American Hchool o
of Klrksv He, Mo., desires to announce to the
citizens tif JUooii Kiver and adjacent country
thrtt Uv Iuim iocHted In KtKiniH u und ti, HeconU
story of t tie Mint tli building, tor the practice
He win bf Kind to meet the friends of this
dnitfluHH Kcience, and especially the hopeless
Come in und talk with htm.
Smith Mock. Phone 'Mil
C. H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Specialist on Crown and Hrldge Work.
Telephones: office, 23; residence, 1016.
Olllce over Bank Bldg. Hood River, Ore.
M. E. WELCH,
THE VLIKKI.NARY SlUUEON.
Is prepurid to do any work In the veterin
ary line, tie can be lounc by calliHK at or
phoning to Clarke s drug store.
E. H. HARTWIG,
Will l'ructlce In All CourU.
Olllce wirh Ueo. Li. culoertMiu Ji Co. Uol
le liuus, Absti acts, heltlenieni of Fslatea.
llllOO K1VEK. OKt l. u.
JOHN LELAND HENDKiUiOIf
ATTORNKT-AT LAW. ABBTBACTI1, MO
XAKY PUBLIC and RIAL
for J Jtun a reildant of Oratol D Wmb
ln,ton. Hu had many years experience la
teal Kitate matters, u abstraetor, eeareber of
titlei and agent. Batufaotioo guaraiteed r
Abitracta FurniibecL Money Loaned.
Hood Eiver, Oregon.
p C. BR08IU8, M. D.
' PHYSICIAN AND 6UEGE0N.
'Fliooe Central, or 1SL
Office Honri: 10 to 11 A. M. t to I
ana o va i r. n.
Arrlral and Dopartnre of Mails.
The poetofflce Is open dally between I a. ni.
and 8 p. ru.; Sunday from 12 to 1 o'clock. Malls
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. route No. 1 and t
leave the postoffice at 9.90 a. m. Mall leaves
For ML Hood, dally at 12 m.; arrives 10.90
For Underwood. Wash., al 13 m.. Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays; arrlvea tame days
at n a. m.
For White Salmon, Wash., dally at 12 m.;
arrlvea at 11 a. m,
For Hood River, dally at a. m.; arrlvea at
For Husum, Trout Lake and Onler, Wash.,
daily at 7.30 a. in.; arrives 6 p. m.
For Ulenwood, Fulda and Uilmer, Wash,,
dally at 1.:U a. m.; arrive at h p. m.
For i'iuu Flat and Snowdeu, Wash., at 1 p.
ni. Tuesdays and Saturdays; arrives same
days at 12 m.
For Bingen, daily at 4.45 p. m.; arrive at
0. R. & N. TIME TABLE.
No. 2, Chicago Special, 11:49 a. m.
No. 4, Spokane Flyer, 8:40 p. in.
No. 6, Mall and Kxpress, 10:40 p. m.
No. 24, Way Freight, 12:15 p. in.
No. 22. Fast Freight, 4:06 a. in.
No. 1, Portland Special. 2:66 p. ru.
No. 8, Portland Flyer, 5:i a. ru.
No. 5, Mall and Kxpress, 4:4 a. in.
No. 211, Way Freight, 0:26 a. in.
No. 66, Fast Freight, 1:06 p. m.
amd union Pacific
3 Trains to the East Daily
Through Pullman standard and tourist
leepltur ears dally to Onmhn. Chicago, Spo
ksne; tourist sleeping cars daily to Kansas
City; through Pullman tourist sleeping ear
(personsallv conducted) weekly to Chicago.
Reclining chair cars (seals free) to the East
r vi.,ii'A.i-. m
n. TIM ICHEOULU
"n, rtrllir,. Or.
Chicago Salt Uke, Denver, Ir21p.av
fortland Ft. Worlh.Omaha,
gpeelal Xaniu Clly, at.
1:16 a. a. Louii.Chlcagoand
Atlantla Bait Uke, Denver, IMia
Ii press Ft Worth. Omaha,
1:15 p.m. Kansas City, 8t.
Walla Walla, Lewis.
8t. Tsal ton, 8pokane,Wal- TiUa. sa
Fait Mall lace, full man,
:16 p.m. Mlunespnlli, Ht.
Ipokaa waukoe, Chicago
FOR AKTOKIA and 8K P. M.
5:00 P. M,
way points, connecting
with stenmer for II acn
and North lleachstenm
er Hassalo, Ash street
dock (wuler per.)
10:01) P. M.
FOR Dayton, Omnti
City and Yamhill Rlv
er points. Ash sticcl
dock (water per.)
7:00 A. M.
5:30 P. M,
FOR LEW IS TON, 4:00 A
Idaho, and wsv points,
from Rlparia, Wash.
Monday, 100 P. M
W'edn'd'y I Tuesday,
A. L. CRAIG,
General Passenger Agent, Portland, Or.
F. S. 8M 1TH, Agent, Hood River.
The place to get an easy
sha ve and iirst-chiKH hair cut.
Our shop is metropolitan in
Porcelain Baths in Connection
DeBORDE & GREY.
For Sale at the
A. T. ZEEK.
T R. JONES, Dentist
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plates.
Treatment of riiwaseil teeth and guniH.
Office Itrcwius Building. Phone 10!)1.
W. A. Morgan & CO.
HuccemtrM to Ounget & Hartley
Heavy and Light Drawing
and Team Work, etc.
Phone 1421. HOOD RIVER, OR.
F. Q. COE
F.M. Stan ley, K. U smith, K.O.Bi.anchab
Pres. Vlce-Prea. lasliler.
The First National Bank
OF HOOD RIVER. OREGON.
fupltal and Surplus, $30,000.
Established June 1, 19M.
P. M. Hall-Lewis & Co.
Civil Engineers & Surveyors
Sliieen vears' actual experience In New
York, Ssn Kraiiclsoo ard Portland enables us
to offer the latest Ideas In style, finish and
economic construction. We submit sketches
and nreli Inary specifications for dwellings,
hotels, scIkmiIs, churches, mills and business
blocks on short notice, subject to approval.
Davidson bldK. 11001) KIVER, ORE.
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Accuracy guaranteed. Twelve years'
experience on some of the best Ameri
can railroads. Consultation (ree.
J. F. STRANAHAN,
01 28 yaara aiperlence. Will far
lib plans and specifications lor all
kinds ot bniMlnfts. 8trictly up to daU.
located at Hood Kiver.
W. 0. SANDERS & CO.
ArcMtBcts, Bnilfling Contractors
We are prepared to mnke pluns for np-to-date
bulldlti(f, nd linnflle 8 11 KIih'm of build
ig mntrnHH. 8w n b-fnrp hut IdtntF.
STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
HOOD RIVKR, OREGON.
S. H. COX
Flam and Estimatm Fobxuiid.
B. F. BELIEU,
Plans and Khtihatks Kubnisiikh
F RED F rIc K"ARNO L D ,
Estimates furnished on all kinds of work
I 'llMIlOfl- Aniold, Main 8J.
L lllUlfO. Vradarink U.I. urn
SIMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
Decorative I'aiiiiiiijr and Paper Hanging
Plans furnlHlied. EhU mates eare
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
FRAZIER & SON,
Flue ami l'ircpliiee Work a specialty.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
of McMiini ille. Oregon, will insure your
proiic (vat Ml per rent leas cost than
anv mi ln-r inH.itutimi.
I It N K .1. I'KRKI.MS, Special Agent.
Room 7, Vogt building, The Dalles.
Hood River Marble Works
Am prepared to exeeute
all orders for granite and
marble work, monuments,
Also contract for all kinds
of stone masonry, con
Quick and satisfactory work. Two bath
tub in connection.
RUSSELL, & REES, Props.
Timber and Homestead
I hare for location some choice appte landi
and tlmqer claims; alito rellnqulshmenU and
laud to wrlpt. Call on or address,
Wm. f. hand.
Re. Phone 376. Hood River. Ore.
MISS GERTRUDE M. WALLACE
Toucher of Piano
Will rwrlve piano piiplU at the ret I dp rice
of Mm. II. li. siHwart, Ilood Kiver. Tenni
reawiuault. t all ullernootiK or phone jh.
In the County Court of the Ktate of Oregon
for Whwo County.
In the rnattw of the Kntute of Harvey J.
Notlc Im herehy K'vcn that the undent I if ned
has been duly hm Inled hy the County Court
of the State of Oi (iron for Wasco County, ad-
mlnlHtrator of the estate of Harvey J I rkett
dceuHM. All prHmn holdtne claln aalniit
HHld ewlMteare hereby noli tied to prewnt the
name, properly verinen, 10 me unocrHiKnea
at the Kind Nal tonal Hunk In Hood Ktver.
orptfon, within stx mouthH from the date of
Dated Heptember 21 , 1905.
fc. O. Itl.ANCHAK,
Notice to Stockholders
Aunusl meetins: of th stockholders of th
Fsrmers' Irritrstinff Co. will be held in Artisftn's
hsll st Hood Kiver on October 7. at 10 a. n.
to elect s board of directors and receive report of
officers and transact any other business which
may lemlly come before the meeting;. By order
of the board of directors. M. H. htickebien.
IN THE ClrUTJlT COURT OK TllK 8TATK
OK OKEUON KOK CUOtiTY OK WASCO:
Cu abler Bofset, Plaintiff
Jueia SorsKY, Defendant
To Joslt Horsk;, defendant)
In lh nam of tha staia of Orafon, yon are
hereby required to appear and answer the
complaint filed aaalnsi yoa In tliesboveenil.
tied suit on or before the last day of the time
prescribed In the order for Ui publlratlou of
this summons, to wit: On or before the mil
day of October, 1UU6, aald date beliif the expli
atlon of six weeks from the first publtoatlon
of tills summons; and If yon fall so to appear
and answer, for want thereof, the plaintiff
will appl to the court ftw the relief prayed
for In the complaint, via: For a decree dis
solving the bonds of matrimony and marriaxe
contract now existing between plaintiff and
This summons Is published by order of
Hon. W. I.. Hradshaw, Jurtje of the circuit
Court for Wasco county, Oregon, which order
was made and entered on the iM day of Au
anst, HUB, and the date of the first publication
thereof I the 2h day of August, IMA.
Mi Attorney for plaintiff.
In the County Court of the 8 tat of Oregon, or
In the matter of the estate at Robs J. Tucker.
Notice is hereby riven tnat the undent Urn ed
has been appointed administrator of the estate of
Hobs J. Tucker, deceased, by the County Court of
Wasco county, Oreaon.
All persons having claims avainat said estate
are hereby notified to present the same, duly veri
fied, at the office of K. H. Hartwif. in the city of
Hood Kiver, Oregon, within six (6) months from
the date of this notice, JOHN H. KRARY,
Dated Sept. 14, 1U06. Administrator.
E. H. Hartwis, Attorney al4-ol2
IN THE CIRCUIT (JOITRT Ok' THE HTATE
OK OKEUON, FOR COUNTY OK WANCO:
Ebenkzkr 8TKPTOX, PlttlntifTl
Maky E. Steitok, Defendant j
To Mary E. Btcploe, the above usmed de
fendant: In the name of the State of Oregon, you arc
herebv n-oiilred to appear and answer the
compUuii iiii-.l against you In the sbove rn
titled iMirt . ni suit on or iwrore six week
from the i, tlnv of September. lt. to Mil:
On or U . ih mill duy of October, lliO'. and
ir yon ran hi -o nwer, tne piainnn will ap
ply to the 4 tiurt and take decree for the relief
demunileil in iks I' Miiplalnl, to wit: that the
lionda of iiiMliiiii'iiiV now existing between
you sod sal. i pint mi If be forever dissolved.
This 1110111011-. is rvetl upon you by publi
cs tion thereof, uii'v n week for six oonsecu
tlve we. k- In tilt- H mo lllver Olacier, a week
ly newspuiier oi seneral circulation, printed
ami pulillshed In Wa i-o oounty, Oregon; and
this summons ti st a. i ved by virtue of an or
der duly made atM -o .-red herein on the 3ist
day of August, 15. hy the Hon. W. L. Hrad
shaw, Judge oi 'KM i ourt.
The date of siihl iil r Is August 31, 11)05, and
the dateol t e first publication is September
7, ISO. K. II. HAHTWIO,
Allorney for Plaintiff,
012 Residing at Hood K ver, Oregon
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE HTATE
OK OREUON, KOB WASCO COUNTY.
Nki.i.ik B. Wbinhchknck, Plaintiff
K. W. Wkinhchknck, Defendant
To K. W, Welnschenck, defendant above
In the name of the state of Oregnn: You
are hereby required to appear and answer
the complaint tiled a alnst yon In the above
entitled suit on or before six weeks from the
Hlh day of September, PJOS, to wit, on or be
loi e the !Wlth flay of October, IW: and If you
fall so 1o answer t he plaintiff vlll take Judg
ment and dieree against yon for want there
of, aecoidlng to the prayer of said complaint,
namely, that the bonds of malilniony now
existing Iwtween plaintiff and defendant be
forever dlKsolved.and that plalullffb award
ed Ihe custody of the minor ehrtldren men
tioned In the complaint herein, and that she
be allowed to resume her n.shlen name of
Nellie Hlalock, and lor such other relief as to
the court shullseein;ineet. This summons Is
served on you by publication thereof once
each week for six consecutive weeks in the
liood River Olacier, a weekly newstiaper
published in the city of Hood Itiver, lu said
Wasco county, Oregon, by virtue of an order
made and entered herein on the 18th day of
August, ltM)., by Horn ruble W, L. Hradshaw,
Judge of sa d court. The date of said order is
August i, im, ana ineaaieoi me nrst piio
llcatlon of this summons Is September 14 1WI6.
A. A. JAIHK,
o2fi Attorney for Flulntlh.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE STaTK
Or OKEUON FOK COUNTY Or WAMCO:
Jvmtk it. Wki.d, tlatntirr)
versus ynuuior Divorce
AfditsTis WKi.ii.Uefendunt )
To Augustus Weld, tbe nbove named de
In the name or the Late ororeson. you are
hereby required to appear and answer the
complaint riled against you in the above eu-
tuiea suit, wnnia eix weens irom tne Mill
day of Heptember, IMI6, siild dsy being the
first day ol the publlratlou of this summous;
and If you fail so lo answer, for w ml thereof,
the plaintiff will apply to tbe court for the re
lief demanded In her complaint aforesaid,
tiled In said cause, for to-wlt: A decree of
olvorce dlssolviiiK tbe bonds of matrimony
existing between ttie plaintiff and defendant
in said cause, and or restoration or planum s
former name, and for ber ousts and disburse
ments 111 this suit.
This sa minims Is published by virtue of an
order of Honorable A. K. Uike, oounty Judge
of the county court of Wasco oounty stale of
Oretfon. daUHl the7th day of Heptember, A.
o., TyOh, which order siieclnes and provides
six weeks and seven Insertions publications
in the "noon uiver uiacier a weekly uuws
puper published weekly In ssld oounty and
slate, as the time, and paper lu which, said
summons shall be published.
Dated Mood Kiver .Oregon, Heptember 8, lttOft.
JOHN I.KI.ANI) HKNDK.KMON,
oM Attorney for Plaintiff,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, lnd Office at
The lialles, Oregon, Hept. 12, 1MB.
Notice is hereoy given tiist the following
named settler hss filed notice of his Inten
tion to makeftnal proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
before Oeo. T. Pralher, United Htates commis
sioner at his ofllce in Ilood Itiver, Oregon, on
October:!, luufi, vli.: ,
ALFRED M. HOOP,
of Mosler, Oregon, on II. K. No. 7417, for the
HKU HE'i Sec. 3 and Nfi NKi Sec. 10, Tp. li N,
K 1IKW. M.
lie names the following witnesses to prove
hlr continuous resident upon and cultiva
tion of said land, vti.: Frank (linger and
Larkln Imb,nt Mosler. Oregon; Porter Halts
man and 1), P. Shoemaker, ol Hood Kiver,
21sol MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register
NOTICKOK SALE OF BONDS.
Notice Is hereby given that the Board of
Directors of the Hood Itiver Irrigation Dis
trict In Wasco county, Oregon, will sell the
bonds of said district In the sum of IMI.OIIMIO
on Tuesday, the Wth day of October, I'JUA, at
the hour of 10 o'clock a. in., at the otllce of
said Board of Directors at the residence of
J. H. Hhoemaker in said district, and that
sealed proposals for said bonds will be re
ceived by said board at said place ftr the
fiurcbaae of said bonds until the day and
tour above mentioned, at which time, the
board shall open the proposals and awsrd
the purchase of the bonds to the blgbeat re
sponsible bidder, the board reserving the
right to reject any and all bids, bids to be ac
companied by a certified check r 10 per
cent of tbe amount of the bonds for wblcb the
bid : submitted.
Maid bonds shall be payable In money of
the United Mutes. In 10 series, as follows, Ui
wit: At the expiration of eleven years, Ave
per cent ol the whole number of aald bonds;
altbe expiration of twelve years, six per
cent; at the expiration ol thirteen years,
seven percent; at the expiration of fourteen
years, elgbt per cent; at the expiration of
fifteen years, nine per cent; at the expiration
of sixteen years, ten per cel. I; at theexpl ration
ot seventeen years, eleven per cent; al the
expiration of eighteen years, thirteen per
cent; at the expiration nineteen years, fifteen
percent; at the expiration of twenty years,
sixteen per cent; and shall bear Interest at
the rale of six per cent per annum, nayable
semiannually, on the first day of January
and July of each year. The principal and In
terest shall be payable at the place designated
In the bonds and bidders are given theoptlon
of having said bonds payable at Portland In
the state of Oregon, or in the clt of New
York In the stale of New York, and said
bonds will be Issued In annrdanc wltb the
election of tbe aunoeaafu! bidden. Held bonds
shsll be each of the denomination of not less
than f IU0 and not more tlisn KSJ0 and shall
be negotiable In form and coupwa for tbe In
terest shall be attached to each and signed by
Haled at Hood River, Oregon, this lth day
of September, lnoi. i. H. HHOEMAKER,
21 026 Secretary.
DAY AT FAIR
Big Excursion Goes
1015 PEOPLE ON TRAIN
Some 200 MaKe Trip by
PARADE FEATURE OF THE DAY
Crowds (iatlii'r at Wasco Cnimty
Itootli Where Ten Thousand
Apples Were (Jivrn
Hood River day ut tho oxpnsitioti
wan a wiunnr. As tho Claruir re
marked lust week, Hooil Hivir newr
does thinga by halvoH, ami Im-t TIiiiih
day sent to Portlaud tho larKont ex
ouraiou from any Oregon town during
the progress of tho fair.
The expoMitiou ollloiulu woro sur
prised at the tremeudoiiM excursion
from this city, and the oxtraiinliiiuiy
turnout from valley and town was a
aouroe of pride and grutillcation for
every loyal and patriotio lloud Kivor
Ite. Euthuuiiirstk' predictions three weeks
ago stated that 1000 people would k'o
from here ou Hood Kiver day. I'ew
really believed there would hu such a
number, but all aimed to nmke it
that, and their success was admirable.
Fully 1200 Ilood Kiver people entered
the gates of the exposition ou Hood
River day last Thuraday.
The special train of twelve couches
which left hero at 7 o'clock Thursday
inorniuK carried 101,' paMKeiieis, and
It is estimated that at least l.'iO or
people had gone down the day In fore
on the boats and trains.
Ilood River people were conspicuous
ou the Trail, about Ihe exposition
and in all parts of the i: it. They all
wore a handsome burnt leather bailee
decorated with a bright colored litho
graph of a Hood River Kidteulieiy,
tbe highest priced apple in the wuild.
These lithograph were supplied by
Mr. Davidson of the Davidson Fruit
Co. Above and below the picture of
the big rod Bpplo were the vords:
"Hood River Apples; liest in tin
World." Tbo badges were everywhere
in demaud, and hundreds could lutvi
been sold on tho grounds as souvenirs.
While the parade up town from the
uniou depot was not the success in
every way that bad been hoped for,
there was a splendid representation of
Hood River people in line, and the
way tbe apple kings let out the yell
Saoajawea Jawa Jawo !
Apples and strawberries wo do grow !
Who are we? Von can guess
Hood Riverl ilood River t Yes!
Yes I Yes !
will serve to keep Hood River well ad
vertised for months to come.
R. M. Hall, advoitlsing agent of the
O. R. & N. Co., went to Portland
with tbe excursion, and marched at
tbe bead of the procession i-houting
enthusiastically for Hood Kivei.
The 400 school children were a spe
cial feature of the parade. Two large
barges supplied seats for them all,
and as they went up town shouting
the Hood River yell, the attracted
more attention than anything el.-u. It
would have done tho heart of Presi
dent Roosevelt good to have seen the
rosy-cheeked lads and lassies.
Many of the fruit growers carried
alpenstocks decorated with a largo red
a pie, while others wore sashes of ap
ples over their shoulders and around
their waist. Tbe big red apples and
tbe proud growers were everywhere in
Roswell Shelley acted well his part
as marshal of the day. Seated on a
prsuclug white steed, he wore a sash
of bright red apples, and a uniform
Large banners permitted the people
to read aa they gazed from the side-
walks, store doors and upper-story
windows. "Hood Rivei," "The Real
Thing" and other slogans advertised
well the town and valley. W. Ross
i Winaiis, the enter; rising promoter of
the coming city at the forks of the
river was there with a handsome ban
ner presenting a picture of Mount
Hood and Lost Lake, and a map of
Hood River valley with Wiuans City
as the huh. It cost Mr. Winiuis $10
to get up the banner. Ho intends to
place it with the Hood River display
at the permanent exhibit in the Cham
ber of Commerce after tho close of
Tho other banners were gratuitous
contributions,. Three merchants
I'rank A. Cram, R. H. llragg and the
Paris Fair, furnished the material,
while James Hunt and Mr. Strow
bridge did tho lettering.
There were no special exercises dur
ing tho day, but at tho Wasco county
booth in the Horticultural building.
ten thousand Hood River apples were
distributed fioo to tho visitors. Chris
K. ( iieisen, Charles lirown and Charles
C u.-liier assisted iu distr butiug the
fruit. It kept them busy all day, and
y the itraiigers crowded up for a
t ur-to of the fctnous Hood River fruit
mis nut slow. The apples raptuied
tin' hearts of all.
What the Portland Papers Said.
Hood River won perhaps the high
est honors of all Oregon towns for at
tendance at the exposition today; the
litlie city nestling ut tho base of
Mount Hood, famous over the world,
fur its "big roil apples" anil luscious
strawberries, came to Portland by rail
and boat, 1,015 on the special this
morning and about 500 yesterday ou
Thev came to make one day at the
exposition memorable; incidentally
to advertise that the volley of Hood
river is one of the garden spots which
in richness and productivity rivals
auv other on earth,
"Sacftjawea Jawa Jawo !
Apples and Htrawhorrios we do growl
Who are woY You can guoss
Ilood River! Hood River! Y'es!
ThiH was the town yell, and no crowd
of college men could bu". made the
welkin ring any more loui' y thvdid
these Ilood Riveritos as they passed
tliiugh tho principal streets currying
banners ou which was inscribed:
"Ilood River," "The Real Thing,"
"Winiuis Valley," and other devices.
In the lead was Roswell Shelley, a
prominent apple grower, on horso
Imck, and behind him walkod mem
bers of the Hood River Commercial
club, followed by two monstrous wag
ons each drawn by four white horses
and hearing 210 school children.
In lino wero 500; 1,000 more lined
tho sidewalks, all wearing badges
made of leather on which was painted
a picture of a Hood River Hpit.onberg
or Newtown Pippin.
One wagon carriod an apple tree of
full size, dug up by the roots and
planted on the vehicle; the big red
apples on the branches made people
along the lino of march want to raid
R. M. Hall, advertising agent of the
llai riinaii lines, came iu with the spe
cial t a in, which was met by A. L.
Cniig, general passenger ugent, and
William U. McMurray, his assistant.
Marion .Dolph, assistant of Secre
tary II. K. Reed of tho exposition,
was the solo representative of the fair
lo meet the train; the Administration
hand was not there, although it hail
been expected by the Hood River peo
ple. Hut tho absence of a musical or
ganization did not dampen the ardor
of the Ilood Riveritos; there was too
much energy iu their makeups to per
mit such a hiatus to interfere with
the success of their day.
As tho procession passed ulo ig, the
marchers gave out tickets, on which
was urinted the town veil and the in
formation that each one was good for
an apple at t he Wasco county booth at
the exposition. These cards wero
scattered by the thousand.
"Ily their fruits ye shall know
them," was painted on huge banners
at Inched to the big wagons, iu which
wero the school children. There were
250 of them w ho could not bo accom
modated In the wagons, so they took
street cars for the exposition grounds.
Up Sixth street from tho Union sta
tion to Morrison street, and down
Morrison to First, thence to Washing
ton, marched the profession, where
special cars were taken to the
A feature of the procession was the
alpenstallis carried by members of the
Commercial club, made of maplo sap
lings, on the end of wh'ch were apples
Out at tho exposition tho Hood Riv
erites took in tho exhibits uud devot
ed the day to general enjoyment.
From up Ht Hood River, where ap
ples grow us big as ordinary pump
kins, thero came yesterday morning
tho greatest excursion that has over
reached tho Ijow is and Clark exposi
tion. The enterprising city of Hood
River and the surrounding agricultu
ral districts were practically depopu
lated. Sumo say there were five inva
lids and two infants left liehind, but
others deny this report, claiming that
tho seven members of tho population
referred to could not stand the strain
and joined the excursion party at the
lie that as it may, 1015 people reach
ed Portlaud on the morning train, and
that figure is the actual count made
by Rinaldo Hall, of tho O. R. & N.
company, which transported the pop
ulation to Portland. About 'M addi
tional caino on a second train, and a
couple of hundred or more started
earlier in the week iu order to be on
hand early, liy heavy odds tbe excur
sion takes the record for the expost-
(Contlnued on page 6.)
SET 20 ACRES
FINDS PROFIT IN NUT CULTURE
Wood north Will Follow Experi
ment .Made by Mr. Iseuhcrg
Sees Money in It
As his neighbor, M. P. Isenbeig,
has found that riuglish walnuts do
well in this soil uud climate, U. D.
Woodwortli is arranging to scure sutti
cient trees from tho best nurseries of
France for planting 20 acres of this
profitable and delicious nut.
Mr. Isenlierg has a six-year-old Eng
lish walnut, tree iu his front yard
which is bearing this year for the
first time. The tree was well loaded
with bloom, but the unusually heavy
frost during tho blooming time thin
ned out the blossoms until but three
remained to ninlure fruit. These
produced large well developed nuts.
Mr Isenlierg is confident this variety
ot nut tree will bear prolitably here,
and he intends to set out 10 more
t rees I his fall.
This tree on the Isenlierg farm was
secured from a lucid nurterymau six
years ago, when Mr. Iseul erg says ho
could have had hull a dozen just as
well as the one, which he only t(i( k
at the time tor an experiment. Tho
tree has inrde rapid and vigotoi s
growths each yi sr. l.ut j ( ur it ( l.t
out mvernl i hoi ts mv f t i t iiidniio
The tree has set thick will) fruit
buds, and gives promise of bearing
several pounds of nuts next season.
Mr. Isenlierg niys the t'co n hen ten
years old should bear at least 50 or 70
pounds of nuts.
Other Hood Kiver people are inter
esting themselves ill walnut cult lire,
and iu a few years there will doubtless,
be numerous nut uichards distribut
ed throughout the wonderful Heed
C. A. JOHNS COMES
OUT FOR GOVERNOR
C. A. Johns of linker City is send
ing out tho following letters to the
people of Oregon ;
"linker City, Oregon Sept. 28, 1005.
Subject to the terms and conditions
of the pi imnry law 1 am and will bo
a candidate for governor on the re
"It is nut a question of salary.
There are many things far more val
uable than gold, and to my mind tho
otllce of governoi of tho stato of Ore
gon is one of t hem.
"Am going to make hu honorable
effort to secure that position and
want all my fi lends throughout tho
state to assist me, and 1 appeal to
them fur support. Any promise or
pledge will bo mado direct to the peo
ple; no other promise or pledge will
"Am not uud w ill not be or become
a candidate of any faction, any man,
or comhinat ion of men. Will cither
bo noin'nated or defeated ou uiy
merits, and will not in tho least com
promise my ollicial integrity. Will
stand by this, even though it should
cost me the nomination. My nomi
nation would not mean the suocess or
defeat uf any element of the republi
can party. 1 want to see the parly
harmonized nail united and the whole
ticket elected, and if nominated and
elected will endeavor to accomplish
Mint (Mid and give the state u clean,
honest, economical, business, republi -can
"No matter what may be the result,
I pledge my hearty support to the
ticket. Yours truly,
"O. A. JOHNS.
Chamberlain Will Run Again.
An interview from (lovernor Cham
berlain, published iu the levelling 1(1
egrnm says that while the governor
will not seek a renumination, yet it
ho is the choice of his party he will bo
a candidate for re-election next spring.
No other candidate for the place
has yet been mentioned by the demo
crats, and it is certain that (lovernor
Cliainberjaiii will be renominated.
Not so with Secretary of State F. I.
Dunbar. Mr. Dunbar said to tho
same interviewer that as he had been
in public olllce for the past ll! yeais,
he would not be a candidate fur le
election next year. This opens tl is
olllce to new candidates. State Treat--urer
Moore will also retire from
public life, it is said, but Attorney
(ioneral Crawford will be a candidal'!
1'oliticiaiiH in l'oithind and throii.li
the valley are now beginning to m
ritngo for coming nominations, and
beginning with the llrst of ti e year,
the campa gn will ceitainly begin.
It will be an important election, as a
governor and all state ollicers a.e to
I'oliticil Side l.iirlit I' nun lYnilletoi'.
It is repoited that C. A. Johns in d
Malcolm A. Moody will work foi e:u u
other's interests iu the next cam
paign, one for governor tho oilier lor
congress. (In the same mui n ing that
the conviction of Williamson was an
nounced by the Associated Press pap
ers went forth tho announcement of
the canidiicy of Mr. Johns. It U
thought also that T. T. (leer is slated
for United Stales senator by the same
Mr. and Mrs. II. F. linrrett have
gone to Mosier to look at homestead
The Lndie.i' Aid will meet at tho
Methodist class room Friday aft( r
iioon. liolinont was well represenUd
at the fair on Hood River day.
Miss Mabel Heaton has been calh d
to the sanitarium to work for 1 r.
Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Pott of Prinr
ville are visiting Rev. and Mrs. H. C.
Warner Miller has sold his cows to
A. C. Stati n.
Monday, October It, has been set
aside us Music Day ut tho Lewis and