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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, OCTOBER 19, 1905.
HOOD KI VKIt UHXf K NO. 1(6, A. K. and A.
M. Meet Kuiurdity evenluK on or before
cucli lull moon. Tki'man Bltlkk.W. M.
A.D. Mok, Hecrelary.
HWJUKIVKRI HAITKRNO. 27. B. A. M.
Menu ttrst and ILld Friday ulk-litsof eaeh
monin. r. iuahulu, h. r.
A. IJ. Mok, Secretary.
JIOOll KIVKK CHAPTER NO. . O. E. 8,
Meets wiml and fourth Tuesday evening
of euch month. Visitors cordially welcomed.
al KM. J. u, HKKHHNKH. W. Mi
Mrs. Tjikkksa Castnkb, Secretary.
IIM.KW1I.DK I.OIKJEN0. 107, I. O. O. C
Meets In Fraternal ball, every Thursday
night. WM. uahuis, N. u.
n. 0. Smith, Secretary
r.irr.11 r.iov.n.Hi .nc.-i, i.v. v. v. -.
Kea-iiiar meeting second and fourth Mondays
... r... ... i i. u.,uuu u
Ul rttl ll 11IUI1LI1. A.. J., iuvnou, v..
H. R. Entkican, Scribe.
LAUREL KKBKKAH UKUREE LODGE NO.
HI, 1. O. O. K.-Meets Bret and third Fridays
in each nioniu.
Mrs. E. W. Udell, N. U.
Mrs. Dora Thomson, Secretary.
WAUCOMA IX) DUB NO. 30. K. OK P.
Meets In K. of P. ball every Tuesday n.gut.
v . c. chock, v. .
H. T. DkWitt, K. of R. and 8.
HOOD RIVER CAMP, NO. 7,702, M. W. A.
Meets In K. of P. hall every Wednesday
night. CHAS. JOMCS, v. 1
ROOD RIVER CAMP, N0.77, W. O. W.-
MeeUou first and third luesuay oi eaca
nioutb In Odd Fellows ban.
F. II. Ui.aou.C. C.
H. W. Wait, Clerk.
HOOD R1VF.RI lRCLE NO. Ml, WOMEN OF
Woodcraft-Meets at K. of P. hall on the
first and Third Fridays or each mould.
Lou McKEYNOi.ua, U. N.
F. VV. McIUvnolim, Clerk.
HIVEliSIDE LOHOKNO. (id A. O, U. lV.
Meets first and third Saturdays nf each
IIIOIll.ll. C. L. cupplk, M. w.
K. R. III1A1H.KY, Financier
Ch khtek SH l'tk. Recorder.
RIVERSIDE LODOE NO. 40, DEGREE OF
Honor, A. O. I). W.-Meels first and third
halurdays at S p. ni.
M iss Coka COPI'I.E, C. of H.
Miss Cahkik Coi'i'LK, Recorder.
ORDER OF WASHINGTON HOOD RIVER
Union No. lU-Meela In K. of r. nan me
second and lourth Saturdays In each mouth
at 7:;0 p. in. E. L. Rooo, President.
C. U. Dakin, Secretary.
OLETA ASSEM ULY NO. 103, UNITED ART-l.-uiis.
MeeU. I lie llrsl and third Wednes
days, work; second and fourtli Wednesdays
Artisans' hall. J. H. KoBKHU, M. A.
C. D. Hkmku 11, Secretary.
COURT HOOD RIVER NO. 42, FORESTERS
of America, Meets second and fourth Mon
days In each month In K. or P. hall.
Guo. Fox, C. R.
F. C. Brush's, F. C.
CANUY Post, NO. ICG. A. R.-MEETS AT
A. o. U. W. hall, second and fourth Satur
days or each month at '2 o'clock p. in. All
G. A. R. members Invited to meet with us.
A. L. 1'llKl.ni, Commander.
Thomas Uohs, Adjutant.
CANHY W. R. C, No. W MEETS SECOND
and fourth Saturdays of each Monlli In A.
O. U. W. hall at i p. in.
Ki.i.k.n Ili.owmiH, President.
Liz.ik (IKK, Secretary
MOUNTAIN HOME CAMP No. 319, R. N. A.
Meets al Hie K. 01 P. Hall on the second and
fourth Fridays ol each month.
Mas, Carrie bRosius, O.
Mrs. Ella Dakin, Recorder.
Wauna Temple No. 0. Rathbone Sisters.
Meets secon .i and fourth Thursdays of each
inoiiih. Amanda Wuitkhkau, m.E.C.
Stklla Rhhakdson, M. of R. & 0.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON.
Telephones: Office, 281; residence, 811.
SURGEON O. R. A N. Co.
U.S. MAHY JOHNSON, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Olllces and Residence In E. L. Smith Building
Over First Nut. Hank. Eulruuce, rear
of bank, on Third St.
H. L. DUMBLE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Successor to Dr. M. F. Shaw.
Calls promptly answer ;d in town or country,
Day or Night.
Telephones: Residence, 01 1: Office, 1113.
ofllce in the lltoslus Building.
DR. J. EDGINGT0N,
Physician and Surgeon
OHice over tlio First National bank.
Olllce phone 14:13. Res. phone 76X1,
M. F. SHAW, M. D.
(Mice in Jackson lilock.
Olllce phone, No. 1171. Residence, No.
C. H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Specialist ou Crown and Bridge Work.
Telephones: o'lce, 283; residence, 104S.
Ofllce over Bunk Hldg. Hood River, ore.
M. E. WELCH,
THE VE1EUIXAKY SI KG EON.
Is prepared to do any work In the veterin
ary line. He can be louud by calling ator
phouiug to Clarke s drug sture.
E. H. HARTWIG,
Wlil Practice in All Courts.
Office wirh Geo. D. Culberiaon & Co. Col
lections, Abstracts, Settlement of F-slates.
HOOD RIVEK, OKtw lN. -
JOHN L ELAND HENDEiiSOll
ATTORNKY-AT LAW. AB8TRACT.
TARY PUBLIC and RIAL
For II Tri a waldant of Oragoa an Wash.
irrton. Ha had anr years xparlano la
Real Kitau mattari, u abstractor, Maroher of
titles and agenk gatlataeUOD I uaraatMd at
Abttracta Furalihed. Honey Loaned.
Hood Biter, Oregon.
p C. BR081U8, M. D.
' PHY8ICIAM AMD 8URQE0N.
'Phone Central, or UL
Office Houra: 10 to 11 A. M. I to I
and 6 to 7 P. M.
Hood River Marble Works
Am prepared to execute
all or(ler for granite and
marble work, monuments,
Also contract for all kinds
of stone masonry, con
crete, f to.
Arrival and departure of Mails.
The bostofflce Is open dully between 8 a. ni
audi p. in.; Hunday Inmi 12 to 1 o'clock. Mails
lor ine cast close at u.a a. in., s.'ju p. in ana
p. in.; for the West, at '2.40 p. m. and p. in
Tha carriers on R. F. 1). routes No. 1 and S
leave the postofllee at 8.30 a. ni. Mall leaves
For ML Hood, dally at 12 in.; arrives 10.
For Underwood, Wash., at 12 in.. Tuesdays.
Thursdays and Saturdays; arrives same days
at n a. in.
For White Salmon, Wash., dully at 12 m.;
arrives at II a. in.
For Hood River, dally at 9 a. in.; arrives at
8 p. m.
For Husnm, Trout Luke and Gulcr, Wash.,
dally at 7.30 a. m.; arrives 5 p. m.
For Glenwood, Fulda and Gilmer, Wash.,
daily at 7.30 a. m.; arrives at 5 p. in.
For Pine Flat and Snowden, Wash., at 1 p.
m. Tuesdays and Hattirdays; arrives sume
days at 1'2 in.
Kr Blugen, daily at 4.45 p. in.; arrives at
8.45 a. in.
O. K. & N. TIME TABLE.
No. 11, Chicago Hiwclal. 11:43 a. ni.
No. 4, Spokane Flyer, 8:40 p. in.
No. 6, Mall and Express, 10:40 p. m.
No. 24, Way Freight, 12:15 p. in.
No. 2& Fast Freight, 4:06 a. in.
No. 1, Portland Special. 2:5tl p. m.
No. 3, Portland Flyer, 5:.'W a. in.
No. 6, Mull and Express, 4: 18 a. in.
No. '23, Way Freight, U:2Ti a. in.
No. , Fast Freight, 1:05 p. in.
AND Union Pacific
3 Trains to the East Daily
Through Pullman standards and tourist
sleeplnir cam daily to oihhIim. Chlcniro, Hn
kane; tourist sleeping cars dally to Kansan
City; through Pullman tourist sleeping chi
fnersonsally iiiiidueted) weekly lo t'hicngiv
Reclining chair cars (scats free) to the hast
:16 a. m.
Bait Lake, Denrer,
Ft. W orth, Oraaha,
Kansas kf, 8c.
Bait Ijike, Denrer,
(KM a. m.
Kansas City. Ht.
Walla Walla. Ixwls
ton, Spokane, Wal
Paul, liuluth, Mil
FOlt ASTOIllA and slKl P M
S:U0 P. M
way points, cnnnictlnei Dnllv
Willi steninerfor II ncn e.-c'pt
and North Beach flcnni-j Siinr'ay,
er flassalo, Ash' i,rceti'(iitur!nv.
dwk (water per.) (MM P.M.
FOlt Ilnvtn nrp-riiirTlrt l
ft::l P. M.
1 m i I v
City and Vanihlll Hiv ! lhii'lv
er points. Ash slreei except
dock (water per.) , Sunduy.
K(IK I.KWINTUN I l A M. M.r.1,1
Idaho, snd way isilnls. MmihIiiv. sin 1' M
from Klparla, Wash. , MVdn'd'y ; Tnesilav,
j rrhlay. :Tliiiiilny
1 i Siimlsy.
(ieneral Passenger Aecnt, l'ortliinil, (r.
K. H. SMITH, Aijent, Hood Hlver.
The place to fct an easy
shave and first-class hair cat.
Our shop is metropolitan in
Porcelain Baths in Connection
DeBORDE & GREY.
For Sale at the
A. T. ZEKK.
PR. JONES, Dentist
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plates.
Trf-atment of (liHenserl teeth and gums.
Office Hrottius Building. Plione ltnil.
W. A. Morgan & CO.
SuccesKor to Omirrr & Jfurtiy
Heavy and Light Draying
and Team Work, etc.
Phone 1421. HOOT) KIVKU, OK.
F. G. COE
F.H.KTAM.IY, K. L. Smith, K.O. Hlanciab
1'res. icei-res. t asiuer.
The First National Bank
OK HOOD EIVKR, ORKOON.
Capital and Surplus $30,000.
Kslabllshed June 1, 1904.
P. M. Hall-Lewis & Co.
Civil Engineers & Suryeyore
Hlxteen years' actual experience In New
York, Ksn Francisco ard Portland enables us
to offer the latest ldeaa ID style, finish and
economic construction. We submit sketches
and prell inary specifications for dwellings,
hotels, schools, churches, mills and business
blocks on short notice, subject to approval.
Davidson Hld. HOOD Hi VKR, ORE.
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Accuracy guaranteed. Twelve years'
experience on some or tile best Ameri
can railroads. Consultation free.
J. F. STRANAHAN,
Of 25 ysars' eiptrlsnM. Will tar.
nlsh plans and spclnwtiont for air
kinds of buildings. Strictly o to daU.
Located at Hood Rlrar.
W. 0. SANDERS & CO.
We nre prepared to make plans for up-to-date
buildings, and handle all Kinds of bulld
iiK counsels. See us before bulldluf.
STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
S. H. COX
PLiS AND BSTIMATH FVBMISHU).
B. F. BELIEU,
Plans and Khtimates KUhNiniin.-fca
FREDFRICK & ARNOLD,
Estimates furnislisJ on all kinds of work
SIM0NT0N & SONS
Architects and Builders.
Ilcconiiiie I'iilnliiiand Paper llaniug
l'laiis rui'iiihlieil. Ktiii)atea care
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
FRAZIER & SON,
Flue iiml Ki replace Work a npecialty.
HOCD RIVER, OREGON.
I11E OREGON Fl RELIEF
r Mi MiniiMlli'. Oregon, will insure your
pr.c ly at tM) per rent lifl cost than
mix idlier iiiH.itution.
M! INK J. PERKINS, Rxcial Agent.
K.iiiiii 7, Vogt Liiiildin, The lallen.
THE r f BARBER
Quick and fiitisfactory work. Two bath
tiilm in connection.
RUSSELL & REES, Props.
Timber and Homestead
I have for location Home choice apple landi
ami limqtT cIhIimh: a I ho rellntiuUhmenUt and
land to Kcript. Call on or add reus,
Wm. f. rand,
lies. I'liune 37G. Hood River. Ore.
Joseph A. Wilson
Wooden Water Pipe
Commencing Octolsjr 10, the steamer
White Flyer will make regular trips be
tween Hood River, White Salmon and
other points on the Columbia river.
Steamer will leave White Salmon dock
at li:.HH a. in. and every 30 minutes
thereafter; have Hood River mill land
ing tit 7 a. in. and every 30 minutes
thereafter. Round trip, 25c ; Sunday
excursion rate, round tr p, 20 rents.
WHITE FLYFR TRANSPORTATION CO.
J. Larson, Manager.
C. A. DANO
Intending purchasers would
do well to eee my lint of city
and farm proierty before pur
A masfjutrade bsll will be fivn at tb. Odd
Fellows' hall at Udell Thankirivinr nif ht.
o5 A. T. Dmtea.
IN THE riRCUIT COUKT OF THKMTATK
OFtlKK.UON, FOR WAHttl IX)LM V.
NKI.LIB B. WKlNlW'UENCK, I'lullltllt'
F. W. WmNaoiiKNcK, IVfendant
To F. W. Welnschenck, defendant above
Jn tbename of the state of Orciriin: V.n,
are bereby reiiilred to aprar and answer
the pnmplaliit filed a alnst you In the above
eiillllcd suit ou or before six weeks from the
Hih day of Heiitembcr, imn, to wit, on or be
fore the SWth dav of October, liHIS: and If you
fall solo answer t lie plaintiff will take jiniu
ment and d cree nalust you for want there
of, according to the prayer of said coiiiplalnl.
namely, that the bonds of matrimony now
existing between plaintiff and defendant be
forever dissolved. and that plalntltt'b awsnl
ed the custody or the minor chrlldrcn im n
tioned In the complaint herein, and that she
be allowed to resume her maiden nameoi
Nellie Hlalock, and for such other relief a lo
the court shall seem. meet. This summon i
served on you by publication thereof onee
each week for six consecutive weeks In the
Hood ltlver Ulacler, a weekly newspaper
published In the city of HimhI River, in
w asco county, Oregon, by virtue of an order
made and entered herein on the lsth day of
.......... tulf. 1.., 1I.,. ..klu U7 1. Il,'...lul,.
nuguai, i wit vj ....... tnuiv ,,,.. ...
Judge of na d court. 1 he date of ttuid order is
AuguHt lo, iwb, 41 Dd me uaw? 01 tne nrm ptit
UcattoD of tbls auntnions USeptemovrll,
o26 Attorney for I'lainlllI
IN THK niWlMT COtJHT OF THK HTaTK
UFOUKUUN rOK CUUN i l Or WA8UJ:
Judith K. Wki.o, IMalntilf)
vvrHUS onu lor imvoh u
Auovhtus Witi. i, Defendant )
To Au mi stun Weld, the above nHined d-
lu the nan.eof theiHt of On'tron, you hiv
hereby reouiml to aooeur ami hunwit llu-
comoUlnt tlleU again hi yon In the utMtve tn
t Ulu null, within Mix weekM from t lie Hth
day of Heptember, IM)5, tutld dny beint (In1
flint day ol the publication ol'thltf Hununons:
and If you fall ho to an is we r, for w ,nt thertoi,
the plttlntifl will apply to the court fV the r
llef uetnanded In her complaint Klbreisiiil,
tiled In tiald ciiiiHe. for to-wit: A Uwrec oi
o.lvon-1- -li-KolvhiK the bondH of inadiinoia
exlMiii, b.'tween the plain it If and delVntiinii
in huu eaue, and ror restoration or pianuirr
former i hmic, and for her ooU and dlnbui-hc
Uiente In Ui.i xiilt.
TIiIm Htiti'iiii iih in published by virtue of tin
order. t lit. n.'iHble A. K. Lake, anility Jtnli
oftheeoitit .oirtofWaHeo county Htnte m
lrrctii. tt;iie t t Till day of September, A
VMt ; wUW i o iler Mpeeitlea and provide
His wt-ekM Hiitt M'i'ii InnertloiiM p 1 1 1 I , ct 1 1 : i -
iuitie"iiiMu liivn Hiacier a weekly new
Phikt piiblUhfi w.rkly In HHld county am
ntuic, u the Im. , itiitl paper lu which, wtui
nuiiimoiix hIiuII tit i itbtlMhed. '
iiatedti'NMl l; v r. trt'Kon.neptemhcr 8, liHi.'),
JOH.N Ij.U VNIi HKNDKHSON,
oil Attorney lor l'l..lntilt.
NOT1CK Hli PUBLICATION.
Deimrtiiieut of the I riterlor. Ldind Oftice m
The Uallea, Or.- .n, Hcpt. I-1, PJU5.
is oil w m neiei given that the roiiowuit;
named settler b mm tiled notice of hU Inten
tion to make final proof In mtpnort of IiIk
claim, and that aaid proof will be made U
before Cien. T. IVather, United Htaum comnilN
Miouer at bU orn.- in Hood River, Oregon, on
uctonerzt, iwo, vir..:
ALHiKD M. HOOP,
of Mooter, Oregon, on H. K. No. T-II7, for the
HK'V HKU 8w;. 3 and Ns N E Hcu 10, Tp. i N,
H names the following wltneKnes to prove
hir continuous rent deuce uptn untl cultiva
tion of said land, vte.: Frank (iltiyi-r uiut
Parkin Lainb.ot MoNier, oretcon; I'oi-Um- Halt.
man aud 1. 1'. Hlioeiiniker, Oi Hood Kivi r,
2mm MM HAKLT, NOLAN, IlpgWter.
NOT1CK FOH PUBLICATION.
United Stiiten I.Htid Ofllce. al The Dalles.
Oregon, Aug. 31, m.
iNol.ee ih hereby given that the IoHowIi-m-nained
net tier hah tiled notice of IiIh Intention
to make ilnul urtaif In Hiipport ol Ii Ih clafm,
and that Maid proof will be made before the
IleglHter and Ktcelver, at Tim lallea, Oregon,
on October 11th, 191 ft,
NEIiiON O, 11ILLINUH,
of Hood Klver, Oregon, on H. K. No. 129 W, ft r
uiew'4nw"4, sw'4Nv,amt lots i iuu .
ol (Section ft, Tp. 1 N., 11. U fe., W. M. 7
lie namea me loiiowing witneKNeN to pmve
hia coutlnuouM reHldence utxii andculilvu-
tlon ofaald land, viz.:
litHier uieno, Marry Kemp, omar ni. n
Witt and Jamea Htrauahau, all of Hood Klv
B7O0 MlUHAKLi T. OL,AiN, Keg lister'
IN THK COUNTY COl'UT OF Til K HTATK OF
OKKtiON FOB WAHCOltHJNTY.
In the-matter of the estate of Davett li era.
To John Diver. J ante Divert. Newtown H.
Dtvera, My I. Hellliiirer. Joel DIvcim uii
JtjAeph DiverN), WIlllHin IMvera, Julia i-.nu-y.
rerry a. iuvcim, jniiu Henry iMverw, ijic
Divert. Cora htntlirhl. Mrs. Janies Kni'llsli,
and Heatilce KngliHh, and the TniNtecN of the
I'liia llh.ea VI L' ..t. .,,!
of l)avea llverM, dee.aHe(f, and all other tin-
kuowu iieifN, Uevlseea and legiilieitM ol sum
J n tne name ol the state ororcgon; inn urt
hereby cited and required to aptieur in Hie
County Court of (be Htute of Oregon for W.wo
otmnty, at the November term of ntiltl tuiii t,
al the court room thereof, al Unllew City, in
aaid county. on MondaV, the ith dHy of No
vumber, lUU'i, at 2 o'clock lu the afternHiii ol
that day, then aud there to hIiow cause, u mij
exist, why an order of hhIc Hlnmld n t
made of the real estate souglit lo be until In
accordance with the prayer ot the iwt If n m ol
theexecutorH, W, K. Neffand M. 1. Sell herc
tofore tiled lu lhl eauHe, and which h;w n al
en t ate la altuate lu Whmco cotint.t, oi.l"'N,
aud described aa followH, to wit:
Commencing at the Northwest corner nf the
Northeaat quarter of wet ion 21, In Tp. - n"i th,
range 10 eaHt of the Wlllanielle inei niuni;
running thence ttouth Ki.i chaliiH, titeiice
east 14 a cIihIiih; thence north lo.fi rhmns,
thence wet H.tiS cIihIuh to the point ol be
ginning, containing 1 acres, more or le.
This citation Ih tunned by order of tin
county court of Wawo county, Oregon, by
lion. a. K. ijakc, county jude, eun ii n ou
the 2nd day of October, l'.K),'), and publication
la made lu "The Hood Klver (.lacier, ' a tn wh
om per ol general circuhuiou putiilhhed weekly
In said county and Mtale, aud publieulion if.
mo made In compliance with the o rm ot
said order for four Muceesnlve weekn, tin-tlrst
Subllcatlon of thin citation the 2u day ot
ctober, A. I).
WitneitMea the Hon. A. K. Luke, lmljf'' ot
aid county court, with the Meal oi kukI court
attlxed, thiMiud day ofOctoher, lt 5.
OCt5 nov3 CleiK.
NOTICE OF HALK OK BONUS.
Notice la hereby given that the Hoard of
Director of the Hpod Hlver Irrigation Dis
trict In Wanco county, Oregon, will sell the
bonda of aald district In the Hum of mm'0
on Tuesday, thelWthday of (Ktober, l ft. at
the hour of 10 o'clock a. in., at the otliee of
aald Hoard of Directors at the residence of
H. Hhoemaker In wild district, and that
ealed propoaalM for Wild bonds will be re
ceived by aaid board at said place for the
purcnaae oi aaia iMtndii uniii ine nay anu
hour above mentioned, at which time, On
board ahall open the proposals and awtird
the purchase of the bondM to the highest re
spoiiMlble bidder, the board reserving the
rlicbt to reject any and all bids, bids to be ac
companied by a certified cheek for in per
cent of the amount of the bonds for which the
Hald bonda shall be payable In money of
the United Htatea, In 10 aeries, us follows, to
wit: At the eipiralton of eleven years, live
percent ol the whole number of said bonds;
at the expiration of twelve years, six per
cent; at the expiration ol thirteen years,
aeven percent; al the exnirittlon of fourteen
years, eigui per cent; at ine expiration ot
fifteen yeara, nine per cent; at the expiration
of slxun year, ten per cei.t;at the ex pi rat ion
ot seventeen yeara, eleven Mr cent; at. the
expiration of eighteen yearn, thirteen per
cent; at the expiration nineteen years, 11 ft ecu
percent; at the expiration of twenty yearn,
Mlxteeu per cent; and shall bear Interest at
the rate of six per cent ier annum, payable
semiannually, on the first day of .l;iiiusr
ana July or each year. The prineipui aim in
terest shall be payable at the plwr deMK'.ated
In the bonds and bidders are given the option
of having said bonds payable at INirtlaudin
ine suiie oi uregon, or in ine cu m ri w
York la the slate of New York, and said
bonda will tie Issued In accordance with the
election of the successful bidders., Haid ImmkI
sbsll be each of the denomination or not less
than tlOU and not more thay sVrfa and shall
be negotiable In form and cousms for the In
terest shall be attached loeach and mgned by
Dated at Hood Hlver. Orearon. this 1'Hh dav
of tiepUwiber, )W5. J. H. HoKM AK KK,
si oap we- n-tary.
I will rive t& for the arrest and conviction
of anyone who attempt to sh.sit any d.sjsor
came DeiongingoD my premise.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS ELECTED
' V . 'i n,;.! iu-t- of I he MiicklioliltTS
- Sen , i.irj Ni l,i'siii Make
( oiiijili ii' IiYiorl.
'I'lio iiiiiiniil ii v. t j ii- i,f runners'
liTimit nit; Co. I . I I l:n.t Siittinliiy in
Artii-ims Imli. win l.n-olv iittom'loil,
tlioro lu'ini; ;m j :; i;,r,.s r,.u 'osouUiil
out cif ii total .1 1 1-:; ;;, . nitiulicr of
tho n -I'l.rs oio mil fliiotU in oiil
or, linl t '. u.lJr I int ,-r.T-t In I Im ni'S-i-iiin,
mill fi riol in im o t tt lit witter
Uii'i'tliiUM nro not nluavs ilry.
After l.ee M.,ie I, a, I niuveil Dint
tlie ii'iint of hecioiary Niekelsen,
U8 jn.-t leail, s 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 l,o n,loiteil, A.
(iiiii;nanl Mi.-i:ite,l Hint (lie luuiks of
tlie enini-any i-lionl.l he nmllleil, inso
Uliii'li n.- I line ha.- Iieeii nen.-nt iiniH of
into ill mallei.- of liih ilnnneo in nil
I'lirts of tl.e i.iinl.
Theie was a illini;iies on lielmlf of
tjie ollieers to h.ne fliis ilune, ami
(Jen.uie Knowlos niuveil to ainenil I lie
unit ion ot Mr. .!..i-e, Hml the n urt
Im i-eteriifl lo a eoioui it lee iininteil
by the i 1 .i.ii man and if t his eoininil
lee alter ia, .-i ii i.t ion eonelmleil tlmt
' h'"'l of t 'en' miy sliuiilil Im
miiliteil Ly mi evi,n, tl.iy wotilil
Imve the o,el to soelile the sel'VK'e.
of siieh an . s i 1 1 . aiol that liis in
i(ilt lie iml.lislieil in r j 11.
The im. linn i'ioaih il ninl Chnil'-
hh'x i nai I on t his eniiiniit-
Kuiiwlr.., 1 .00 .Morse nml
tee I o !.! lie i
l.ee Moi ,e thou .-u,.; steil t hut July
1 wiis an iiicoiiMMiii nl date for ninny
uf the waler iim is to ay then' rent",
ninl ho v.ouhl hmo the ilnte sliifteil
to Auoii-t 1. nml erniit fhose who
fiiniiot hay on t inn- lu to ay interest
nit her thin hao ih, ir water shut oil.
lieii.J on then I. ml an eleinhil story
to I'el.ilt of tile il l ilieiill ies elieulintel'
eil ly hi in a.- iiiauiii.er la.-t year, when
the ieoi'anizeil coini any undertook
to lirinn oi'dei an I n eved dileh from
eliaos ami a dela hinted irriKiiUliK
A. ('. Sliilen had a few wnl'ils in
reply, and siii;o, .- ,., t lint t'luules
Ueid he htm i i 1 1 fill In iiinke an ex'ln
nnt inn of eerlain points uf the con
troversy. Mr. lieid nlfO staled that
ho did not consider the hridno over
Hood lliver .-ullieientiy stroll),' t il re
inain inliiol. tin- another summer It
inioht la.-t, said he, hut the risk is
The following lion; j mil in H wer
then made Ii r n embers of the hoard
of directors: ,. S. Hluvvers, A.
Stnten, ,M. II. Niekelsen, ('. I).
Thomp.-nn. 1'red M iller, l.ee Morse,
Charles 1,'ml, ,1. W. Andei'snn, lialpli
KUis, A. Hulls, It. Wallace, S. Cocll
ran, !',. N. liensmi, A. (iiiiiiiuiil.
A ni4iiher declineil. l.ee Jlorse hikI
II. 0. Ilnleliiiin wero iinineil iih tellers,
nml lifter ii teilioua eoiint of the bnl
!nfn v.- juir'ti!- nci'i'! ''.id bourn, it
mum foil ml Unit (ho folluivhltf seven
had received the highest niiinlier of
votes mid were iluiy declareil elected
nioinlxil's of the bonrd of directors of
the Funnel's' I rrint iny t 'o.
A. S. HlmverH, .M. II. Niekelsen,
Kred Miller, Lee Morse, A. HiitlH, It.
II. Wallace, A. C. Sliilen.
The Mite on lie ai ii ns candidates
was us f i. llo .'.,-: I'lowi is i s 'i-.'l, Nick
el, en .-'I:. 'I !..!!:; ...it. .V..-S 2 :i. Miller
ll!l, ,M oi sc 1, .Mi.lei'Miu (illij,'
nard 'Jill 'J :i, Units Cnl 'J II, Wallace
."i7'2 -:i, Cocliiiin Kill ! il, liensiin Trl,
Stnten Til 2 .1,
The newly elect. 'd board met in the
rooms of the Couiiiiercial club Mon
day iillernoon mid organized with the
election of I lie following ollieers:
A. S. Idowol.-, j .i-.i-i dent ; It. II.
Wallace, vice p i s i J , -1 1 1 ; M. 11. Niek
elsen, secrelary: Leslie liuller, (reus
urer; A. C. Melon, inaiiager,
Secretarv N ickel-oirs reooi-l eoverim.
the ieriod belween (Irtnher I, Hull, nil. I
( Ictolier 7, l'.iil."i, showed (lie linniices of
tne comi'iiiiv lo In- us Inllows :
I' roll! side of Mock sold li. t '!,m:l IM
Kroiu siile ol -lo.'V. -old l;illl I. :'i 711
MiiliiU'iiiiai s I. .' ol' I. n:. ilplr. '
Mnlnleniii)i,c H i' of I'.hiI : !.':. 7(1
Mm lor A- ( o . note :,ishi lie
Int. on -lock lOI'l . I . :l 1 1 1 1 ! i a I io.- Ice :i.i 71
VVlllersol'l lor ''I "l' ill' Il :i.l'l Ml
Old llllllber. '.I In
III shlll'i'- '. I. Co -lock. ST'l !HI
shares K I I '( Hoi k lie, H
1'roltl by lioiinliii i'liiiip ij!i
llutler .V Co., moI. .. )f :i,iniii en
lllteresl on nole III 7,,
Intei'i'sl on lioait- . i.r.KI (li
( iinnri-r's nh inrv. l.d.'l ihi
lilreetoi'H' lull liik im.
( ire'on I .aiiilii r i 'o. iiMi '.a
(iverilriifl.. r. I l (II
.MuniiL'cr's -alio .Vi; 7.-
St creliiry's -al l ' 1 1 1 lie
N. C. van-, -ii. a i H)
Interi'-t li 'li i a l.alaiii'i- ill liank.. '.'.' '.C.
I.i'KhI ex .i'ii-.'- . I 1 1 iH'
Imuui'..' .-Iniiif- ;::i ihi
Colnpuny cioni' a:i7 7:
Corp.. nil Ion In .hi III
Ad, prillliln;. -'aM'.ai'iy, li l,, -lamp-. Ill 71
ltli;lil ol wu.v- iin l l ".' .1 .1 1 17 hft
Kxpense by mini cit I III
KxpeilKi' hv seel '.il'V 1. If,
111 sln.r.'S ol V. I Co -lo.' H.'ll IHI
'.' stiar-'s ol 1 . I, - .!.-k . i,:i mi
h: ..-li.-.'S on ln:0'i 'lil.'ll '.',5 :1 7n
Kxp.'ii-.'s on lao ; i-. :i,7.m 7-
I 1 l.l.s AN Mil l - i:l.i Kl AP'I.K
On tck sold I ' J M7-. ht,
( in stoi-K j-ol.l ii i; ,mn in
on iiinlai. iiio.i' I'H'I . '.'a in
on iiialiit.'iian j I "'.'.. 'j.'i :'.'.
1)11. 1.s .'. -i .S.l'll.s PAV.M.I.K
To note of I. c ' . I. 8 ihi ihi
T. diroci"!- la f l ii':, asi .hi
'I'oA.C Slal.c i Oor fuel ilo', a ions ;'.' 7f,
To (i. Saii.ti-ts. . . oiiin; l'J )
To A. ( uiiniliL'. ' ' .r. II 'Si
To M. II. Nick. : . ,i,a ino.-. r. ,v .am. :ii .(ii
To li. II. V'i."l " . 'li, Itllin .'i"-:a pi (ll
'I'd .1. W, Anil. a ..I il'IiI of w.. v 1 in
To M V, Hem . riitht of wi.v. 1 II'
To (' I.. Mo".. l ol -:i . . I (O
To ' Ireeoll 1.111. 1 ' o.. :t ".I
'I', lilaci..!' '.' Kll
To (I. T. I'nill i .li leu.. 2 Hi
To P. A. i m.. i , labor. -' in
To A. I.. I'lielp-. '. ,i 7 In
S ..I J II
To hulaac. I - '.. 2MI l
V. I Co. Hlo.'k 11..' I."!".'ll,i ., I'li.iHl
Claim- (. I I'm On I ,il I a:
cliiiniH A rl i-ii a h.i II r. iil , .
TWO cheek- ol Inne. Ilm!. 1 1 Jo al,. .. lo
lilll- on ban. I no in led i!o"M .
C. K. SlllllliHrf, wal el. I o' II ii lie
I ollowiin.' bill- an.t cl.oln- ol ill I have been
p.-e-ellle'l to III.' er.-' Ill I. Kt il of .lire.'lois
und have i.eea pai'l in--.- lull- w.-ic not re
srt.-d at l.i.-l uii ii mi I iiie.-tiiii;:
O. W. liruwn, lulair I 700
A. Hulls, luiiilliiK IiiiiiImt.. M
N. r. Kvhiin, teleiilioio. tilll forHept... I
.McDonald Helnrlcti, imlse m
i' N. IUhmI, (Htwder 6
K. W. .Miilkey. uttorney's fw l'ii
s. A. Skinner, labor 1
It. Hodijers, lslsr I
John Kelley, latsir 1
K. H. HIhkk. labor M
It. Huvis, liilsir y
Wm. Nt'lson, Inlsir 7
Joe i'urser, liitmr ft
K. H. HHrtwlK, right ol wsys li
U. T. l'mtlior, hall rent
I. 1'. Neul. IkIi, damage KM
II. J.CXsik Hi
These bills were reported:
( trefoil l.uiiitHir Co
f '.UK IK
Kills of l'.Kil, total
IKM, Oct. I I. bills reported nsvable . t-Jnt 11
Hslanee lo collect..
Hills (.alitor lMVI
S IU l if.
. 1,717 4U
l'sldoutovercolleetloii J71 im
Total shares sold, IW',.
About HO Inches lias not been used.
At a business session of the directors
Mondny iiftermwii, Treasure' llutler
suhinUled the following rejxirt :
Oct. 10, l'.HM -- ivldl balance to bank.... I 7l i
l'aiil out on checks n.im HI
l aid liileri-si on bonds 77u (Hi
raid Interest on ImiiuIs 770 m
I'ald note to liuller . t'o H.OHO im
I aid llileri.st on nntc. Ill
l'aid Inleiesl on debit bal.at bank '- I 'IS
Total SH.IOT ai
( let. fi-Present debit balance !!:! w
Kcceived froin payments on stivk.
liucrest on slock and mafulul nance
Nole In llutler A Co
I tn In nee
Tolal 8II,'.U7 '.".i
lleiiileil stateinents hnve bwn tiled wtlli
lie Kcreiary nioiithly, Irom which I have
HKen ine aitove imais.
I.KS1.1 K IIUTLKIi, Treasurer.
Tho miil-wlnter ineetiiiK of the Oro-
Kon Hevoloi iinen t IjCiiuo will lie held
in Cortland, Jaimnry 1,1 und It.
President Iv L. Smith und Seeret.nrv
Tom KichiirdMon conferred InHt week
and decided this the liest time for
It hiiH been decided by the Htute
Horticultural sooitey to moot the two
days previoiiH to thin, on the 11th and
1-tti. Thin should give inemliors of
the I levelopmetit leuKiie an opporln
nity to see the Hood Klver fruit (IIh
plny tit the meetitiK of the horticultur
al Hociety, when prize cups will he
Kiven for tho bent exhibits.
It Is the intention of the omeers of
the development League that the Or: -
Kon l'ress Assoeiation shall convene
in business session at the same time
ns, the leuiMie. A special effort will
bn made to secure a large attendant
. . ... ... ... . . -
or i no uewNpnper men or trie since.
That J. V. Perklim, of Mudford Ihih
met with splendid success in the tiue
of the arsenate of lead spray for the
codlin moth is attested by the follow
ing letter from Mr. rerkins to Mr.
"Wo used the arsenate of lead spray
exclusively in our orchard for both
pears and apples. The result was all
wo had hoped for. There are prac
tically mi worms not one-half of one
per cent., and the foliage of the trees
was not injured the slightest. We will
use no other spray for theoodliti moth
from now ou. "
The arsenate of lead spray was mod
by Mr. 1'erkiiis at the recommendation
of Mr. Smith of Hood Hiver who is
corrrespnndiiitfly Kratilled at the suc
cess of tho experiment.
The same spray has also proven a
great success in Hood Hiver. One or
two of the oiclinrdists got hold of an
impure mixture and the foliage was
burned, but wherever the proper mix
ttiro was used, there are very few
worms in the orchards. Chris lletham
used this spray as did Mr. Vandorhilt
of the Koulali Land orchard, and
wot my apples are a rare article in
tin : o orchards.
.Mr. He ham sprayed but five times
w il Ii the in seniite of lead spray, where
as he would have had to use the old
-pray eight or nine times to secure
nearly as good results. Mr. Detliam
is well pleased with the experiment,
as is Mr. Smith, who will recommend
no other spray to the fruitgrowers
of the state.
The Apple (irowers union will en
deavor hereafter to sooure this spray
in carload lots for their members.
Chris Detliam who has made a thor
ough test of the arsentae of lead spray
does not expect to have over two per
cent, of wormy apples this fall, while
one of his neighbors who used the old
formula for the codliu moth II nils a
in out iniinv worms in the apples. Mr.
Dethain made five spray, whereas had
ho used the old spray it would nave
required eight or nine sprayings to
secure nearly as good results. The
cost of arsenate of lead is no more
than other sprays.
Smashed 'Km la Carrie .Nation.
Carrie Nation in Cascade Locks-
No it was only the foreman of the
wrecking crew, engaged in removing
the freight wreck, which was obstruct
ing the moving of trains, who, when
he found his men were deserting and
drinking in one of the saloons rosort
e.i thither in Carrie Nation style and
demolished the saloon furniture. The
proprietor could uot complain for he
was doing the business in a dry town.
Wards Off I'neuiiKinla.
All coughs, colds and pu'monary
complaints Hint are curable are quickly
lined by One minute Cotigli cure.
Clears the phlegm, draws out inflama-
t ion and heals anil s situs tne aileeleil
parts, strengthens the lungs, wards oil
pneumonia. II arm lens, and pleasant
jSHEPARD GIVES VALUABLE ADVICE
I Val ium rrocexM's Which Have
I Urolith! Success to Hood
Hood Itiver, Or., Oct. 17.-Kditor
(ilacier: As there are a great many
new people engaging in the fruit in
dustry in the valley, il occurs to mo
that a few suggestions may lie of val
ue to them. While our growers very
generally know not, only ali 1 muy say
in this article and many of them a
great deal moid, nevertheless there
are quite a tew who, with a little care
could improve their work and save
themselves a great many dollars.
Of course everyone who knows any
thing about the fruit business knows
that thorough culture nml spraying
are absolutely necessary. 1 asked
Professor Van Domini, for it long time
the government, potnologist, this ques
tion: "You have been till over tho
valley and have seen our spraying,
thinning, pruning and cultivation;
in which do w(. do the best and in
which are we the most dollcicnt Y"
He replied as follows: "Your cultiva
tion is excellent,; your spraying good;
your thinning mid your pruning; nro
your two weakest points. "
There are lint few of us who proper')-
thin. According to experienced
people who have made practical tests
and according to expert opinion of
our experimental station men who
make this business a study, ap les
should be thoroughly thinned. Tim
general rule may be covered in one
sentence: Apples should he thinned
so that they do net hang closer to
gether than four to six inches, aud no
ivvo apples should touch.
lu reference to splaying, 1 think I
may tie instilled in saving that all
those who have used the arsenate of
lead, otherwise known iih disparene.
this year have secured better results
than they had in the past with cither
the Paris green or the white arsenic:
and, furthermore, 1 think 1 am justl-
lled in saying that those who have
used the disparene have cleaner crops
of apples than their neighbors who
have used white arsenic this teason.
While 1 do not assume to lie author
ity on spraying, it is my opinion
from the practical tests made bv
Chris Detinuu that live spiayings, if
properly applied and at the right time.
nre all that are necessary. However,
the mint who sprays every two weeks
isjooitaiiily playing a safe game.
llio most Important spraying is
when tho blossoms just begin to fall,
which should lie followed with another
spraying in about 10 days to two
weeks. At, this tune it is necessary to
apply a very high pressure in order
that the poison may bo forced into
tho blossom cud of the apple for the
reason that this is tho point where the
tirst brood begins its attack. Some
people suggest the Uordoaiix nozzle or
Valmoree lor this spraying, as you can
secure more force than with a nozlo
making the mist spray, for tho latter
spraying when the apples attain ide
it is necessary to thoroughly coat t ho
apple, and the mist spray does this
There is one point to which 1
should have culled the grower's atten
tion, and that is the general rule that
some poopo follow of spraying a tree
until it drips. As 1 tindersland it,
tho proper idea is to spray a tree
until tho apples are thoroughly coated
and to avoid the dripping. If too
much spray i applied it collects in
drops and the drops lu forming nil
the spray on from the surface ot l he
applo surrounding the drop, leaving
part or the surlace or tlio apple ex
posed. There is another feature in
connection with spraying wo us to
form drops, anil that is in ierorci.cn
to the red apple. This is especially
true where considerable lime is used
in the white arsenic spray. ihese
drops form a thick chunk of spray
matrial which prevents the sun lrniu
reaching the surface of t l.e ted ap le,
making the apple when wiped show
light spots where a drop of spray has
collected. laideavor lo thoroughly
cover the apple, forming aa lew
drops as possible.
There are three general styles of
pruning, the vase shape, the crotch,
and a training to a central shoot, nil
of which have advocates.. 1 he vi se
shape certainly iniilo s a very pritty
tree and 1 do not know of a prettier
looking nine year old orchard than A.
1. Mason's. The crutch shape does not
seem to mo to be a very desirable
method for the reason that it necessi
tates props, und if it man dues not get
his props up when a tree is thor
oughly loaded one third or one half
of his tree may split down ami spoil
the tree. If you prune ton single
shoot, running the britches out so as
to hang down all around when you
havo a crop, should a limb break you
will not lose half of your tree. The
tree can bo built up into what is
known sometimes aa tlio two- and
three-story tree. A tree should lie
branched as near tho ground us us
si bin and su us lo permit cultivation.
The best part of a tteo on which
to grow apples is dow u near t he griind
for two reasons. In the l':: -l pi ice
you will have letter tipple; and larg
er, and ill the ni'.iml plain they will
be easier to pick; and 1 might eld u
third reason and say that your trees
are less likel . to bleak dovn fioin tho
weight of the crop.
In reference to cultivate u there is
little to be said with rig. id to im
proving our condition, as we already
ilo excellent, work along this lino.
Usually our be.-t cultivators use a disk
or Cutaway in tho spring, kieping
up a dust mulch later in the season
with either a Kimball or an Acme,
liy this method a iiiaii can conn ive
moisture so that it will not be neces
sary to irrigate until sometime later
in July or possibly the tirst of Anp st.
1 am a linn believer in irrigation,
at the same time I hcleivo in as little
irrigation as possible and am an ei in
est advocate of conserving moisture
by cultivation. 1'y Huh method a ti an
will accomplish two things; lie will
force the roots down into the ground
so that tie. y w ill tap more soil und
root his tr. e more (irmly so that it is
(Continued on pnge S.)
ujo ti. nnr.i'Aivu,
to take. Sold by u. h . w imams.