VOL. XVII. No. 24- SOCIETIES. HOOD RIVER LOIKiK NO. 106, A. F. und A. M.-Mwla BttiurdHy evening on or before Midi full 1HOOI1. 1 HUMAN Hl'TLKH, W. M. A.l). MuB, Siecretary. HOOD HIVKR CH APTKK NO. 27. R. A. M Meets Brut mid third Friday iilg-litnor encS monlli. r, lhandlkb, h, r. A. 1. Mok, Secretary. HOOD RIVER CHAPTER NO. , O. E. 8. Mwla second hdU fourlli Tuiwilny evening of each month. Visitors cordially welcomed. MIU.J.U HKK8HNKK, W Al. Mas. Thkkksa CASTNKK.SwreKtry. IDI.lcWlI.DE I.ODOE NO. 107, I. O. O. K. Meets In Fraternal hull, every Thursday night. Wm. uanuih, N. G. h. C, Smith, Secretary KIlEN ENCAMPMENT. NO. 4K. I. O. O. K, Rt'Ktilur niectlug tiecond and fourth Monday 01 each monin, i. r.. aiiiiua, v.. i h. K. Entkican, Scribe. LAUREL REHEKAH DEOREE LODGE NO. si, 1. o. O. K.-Meela firm and third Fridays in each mouth. MKS. E. W. IIukll, N. G. Mas. Doka Thomson, ttecreutry. WAUCOMA LODUE NO. 30, K. OK R Meets iu K. ol R hall every Tuesday night. V. U. Ukoi'K, C. t'. H. T. DrWitt, K. of R. aud 8. HOOD RIVER CAMP, NO. 7,7ft!, M. W. A Meets iu K. of V. hall every Wednesday night. CIlAs. Jonks, V. 0. C. I). DAKIN, Clerk. HOOD RIVER CAMP, NO. 776, W. O. W - Muets on first and third Tuesday oi eaca mouth In Odd Fellows' hall. V. H Blaoo.C.C. H. W. Wait. Clerk. HOOll RIVER CIRCLE NO. 524, WOMEN OK Woodcraft-Meets at K. of R hall on the first and Third Fridays of each month. I.nr McKky.noi.im, U. N, F. W. McHkynomis, Clerk. RiVEKHIDE LODUE NO. U8 A. O. U. W Mcets llrst aud third Saturdays of each mouth. C. L. Copji.k, M. W. E. R. IIkadi.ev, Financier Chkstkk Nil I TB, Recorder. RIVERSIDE LoDtiE NO. 40, DEOREE OF Honor, A. O. 11. W.-Meels first and third Saturdays at 8 p. m. MIM8 COBA COPPI.I, C. of H. Miss Cahkik Coitlk, Recorder. ORDER OF WASHINGTON HOOD RIVER Union No. U'2-Meets in K. of R hall Hie second aud fourth Saturdays in each month at 1M p. m. E. L. Rood, President. C. U. Dakin, Secretary. OLETA ASSE.V1I1LY NO. 103, UNITED ART-iMiiis.-.Mcel Hie rlrst und third Wednes days, work: second and fourth Wednesdays ArliNiii' hull. J. H. KoHKHU, M. A. C. D. Hknkh ii, Secrtlary. COURT HOOD RIVER NO. 42, FORESTE1W ol America, Meets second and fourth Moll days In each mouth in K. of P. halt. Ubo. Fox, C. R. F. C. IlliOSlLS, F. C. C A .Ml Y POST, NO ili.O. A. R.-MEETS AT A. o. U, V.'. hall, second and lourth Satur days of each month at 2 o'clock p. in. All U. A. R. members Invlled to meet with us. A. L. I'll Ki.cs, Commander. Thomas Uohs, Adjutant. CAMiY W. R. C., No. 16-MEETS SECOND und linn til Saturdays of each Month iu A. o. U. W. hall at 2 p. in. Ei.lkn Ulowkks, President. I.i.ik Gkk, Secretary MOUNTAIN HOME CAMP No. 3409, R. N. A. Meets tit the K. of P. Hall on the secoud aud fourth Fridays of eaeh monlh. M KS. C AKHI E BHOSIl'S,J. .Mils. Ei.i.a Dakin, Recorder. Wauna Tempi. K No. (I. Rathbone Sisters. Meets secon and lourth Thursdays of each month. Amanda W iutkhkah, M.E.C. ISTKLLA KICUAKOSoN, M. ol H. A C. J. F. WATT, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SUKGF.ON. Telephones: Office, 281; residence, 811. SUKUEON O. R. A N. Co. US. MAHY JOHNSON, M.I). Physician and Surgeon. Ollli es and Resilience In E. L. Smith linlMinf over First Nut. Hank. Entrance, rear of bank, on Third St. Phone 311. H. L. DUMBLE, PHYSICIAN AND SUKUKOX. Mucoi'NMir to Jir. M. K. t-iltuw. Culls prompt ly unswriU In town or country, I lay or Night. Telephones: KeKutriiev, fill: Office, 613. Olttcu iu thf HiohIuh iniilttiiig. DR. J. EDGINGTON, Physician and Surgeon Ollice over the First National bauk. UIILf phone 14.13, Res. phone 7fXI, M. F. SHAW, M. D. Ollice in Jackson Block. OllUe plioue, No. 1471. Residence, No. .W:l. C. H. JENKINS, D.M.D. DENTIST. Specialist ou Crown and Itiidge Work. Telephones: office, 2n3; residence, lOlii. Ollice over Rank Uldg. Hood River, ore. M. E WELCH, THE VEItULNAKV SlKliKOX. Ik prepurvd to do tiny work In the veUTln ury line, lie tun he luuna by cullttiK at or phoning to Clarke urug ttlore. E. H. HARTWIG, LAWYEK. Will Practice In All Courts. Ollice wirli tieo. D. culburlsou & Co. Col-lei-lions, AtiNlrHcis, Settleuieui of h slates. Hood fiivtii. iiuu c. JOHN LELANP HENDEriSOX ATTORNKY-AT-LAW. AB8TBAOTM, HO XARY PUBLIC and RIAL E STATIC AUINT. Tor 28 yeari a resident of Oreon and Wash Inston. Hm bad many years eiprlnc la kral Entate maims, u abstrastor, sesreher of titles aud agent. balUfacUoo fuaraBUwd w bo chsnr. A. JAYNE. LAWYER. AUtricU Fnrniihed. Monej Loaned. Hood Biver, Oregoo. p C. BROBiUB, M. D. ' PHYSICIAN AND 6DRGE0N. Tbone Central, or 131. Office Hourt: 10 to 11 A. M. I to I and 8 to 7 P. M. JAS. McBAIN, Hood River Marble Works Am prepared to exwute all orders tor granite and marble work, monuments, tombstones, etc. ' Also contract for all kinds of stone masonry, con crete, etc. Arrival and Departure of Mails. hood river. The postoffloe If open dally between 8 a. m. and 8 p. m.; Sunday from 12 tol o'clock. Mails for the Kast close at 11. Jl a. in., H.'JO p. m. and p. in.; for the West, at 2.411 p. m. and p. ni. The carriers on R. P. 1. routes No, 1 ami i leave the postomce at H.30 a. in. Mttil leaves Kor ML Hood, dally at 12 in.; arrives 10 . m. For Underwood, Wash., at Yi m., Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; arrives same days at 11 a. m. Kor White Salmon, Wash., dally at 12 m.; arrives at II a. in. Wll 1TK SALMON. For Hood River, dally at 9 a. in.; arrives at t p. in. For Ilustim, Trout Lake and Oulcr, Wash., dally at a. in.; arrives b p. m. for uienwoon, Mima anil dinner, wasn., any at i.au a. in.; arrives al p. in. For Pine Flat slid Hnowdeu. Wash., at I p m. Tuesdays and Kalurdays; arrives same uaya at 12 in. hor HiUKeu, daily at 4.45 p. in.; arrives at 8.45 a. in. 0. R.'& N. TIMK TABLE. East bound No. 2, Chicano Snecial, 11:43 a. m. No. 4, Hpokane Flyer, 8:40 u. in. No. , Mall and Kxpress, 10:40 p. m. No. 24, Way Freight, 12:15 p. in. No. 22. Fast Freight, 4:05 a. m. West bound No. 1, Portland Hiieclal. 2:VI p. m. No. S, Portland Flyer, 5:W a. in. No. 5, Mail anil F.x press, 4:1s a. tn. No. 2:1, Way Freight, :25 a. in. No. fift, Fast Freight, 1:05 p. 111, Oregon SnoT line ahd Uinion Pacific 3 Trains to the East Daily Through Pullinsn standards and tourist sleeping enrs daily to onmliii. Chicago, Npo ksne; tourist sleeping curs daily lo Kansas ('ily: through PiiIIiiimii tourist steeping car fnersonsuliy conducted) weekly to Chicago. Reclining chair cars sculs free) to the Kast dally. TIME SCHEDULES Portlind. Or. Aaaivi Chicago Portland special 1:16 a. m. via Buntlugton. Bait Ijike, Denver, Ft. Worth, Oinalia, Kansas City, St. Louis.Chicagoaud Kast. Atlantis Ki press 11 p.m. via Huntington. gait Lake, Denver,! Ft. Worth, Omaha, t:O0a.i KaiiBas t-iiy, M. Ixuts,i:hlcagoaud Kail. Walla Walla, Lewis- Et. Taiil Fast Mall ;16p. m. via pokan ton, Spokane, Wal lace, P111 1 111 s n MlnnesiMiliK, St. Paul. Uuluth. Mil waukee, Chicago ami &asi. River Schedule. ""FOR ASTOIilA unci s-iki I'. M.:.i:il I'. M way points, ennncctimri ll;iily lliitly Wlltl stetimer for 1 1 urn1 exi-i-iif t exctil and North Itesch steam. Sun. lay, Hliuilav. er Hassulo, Ash ;'ieel -:iliinlnv, i dock (water per.) - ;I0:K) P.M., KOR Dnvton, On'.on 7:(X) A. M. 5::ttl p. M. City mid Yamhill Riv i Unilv DbIIv er points. Ash stni't; except except dock (water per.) 1 Sunday, j Hiindny. KOR I.KWIHTON, 1-00 A. M.' Ahout Idaho, and way points,; Mini. lav. Km P. M. from Riparla, Wash. , Weiln'd'y 'I'ncsilny. I Kriilny." Thursilny I 1 Hiiiula.v". A. L. CRAIG, General Passenger Agent, Portland, nr. F. S. SMITH, AgenffHisid River. BON TON ...Barber Parlors... The place to "et an easy Kha veand first-chiss hair cut. Our shop is metropolitan in every respect. Porcelain Baths in Connection IXBORDE & Gl Rr 50,000 WELL BRICK 350,000 Building Brick For Sale at Ihe BRICK YARD A. T. ZKHK. T R.JONES, Dentist Crown and Bridge Work. Teeth Without Plates. Treatment of disetiHed teeth and jrimm. Otlire linwiiiH L'.iiihlinu. phone ltwi. W. A. Morgan & CO. SucccuKOrii (o Humji r & llnrtlri Heavy and Liolit Drayiii"' ami Team Work, etc. Phone 1421. II00I) KIVF.K, OR. F. G. COE Carpentering i Phone 1-H.1 I F.S.STAN1.KY, K.I..HMITH, K. O. HlANCHAR Pres. Vlc-Prea. t'ashler. The First National Bank OF HOOD RIVF.H, ORKtiON. Capital anil Surplus, $:10,000. Kstahllshed June 1, 11104. P. M. Hall-Lewis & Co. ARCHITECTS Civil Engineers & Suiyeyors Stivtftm veiirv' acttiul cvnrlnrM In Nav York, Sun KrauclMco nvil I'orllHtitl eimbltw uh to ontr the latent Hi chs in style, nnUh Hd tHonouiU t'onwtruftloi). We Hiibnift ttketohea atxl piflt tnnry Mpecttlcutloim for dwellliiK. hotels, hcIhmiIm, churches, lit I Ik and binriuebM hlockM ou short notice, nubjtHt to Hpproval. Satisfaction guaranteed. Davidpon HUlg. HOOD Kl VER, ORE. MUREAY KAY, Civil EnfintMT and Surveyor HOOD RIVER, OREGON. Aocurary puaraiittt1!. Twt'lve years' experience on ome of the beet Ameri can ruilruatls. CttiiHultatioti free. J. F. STRANAHAN, Architect Of 28 yen' eiperlence. Will tar nish plani and apeciflrttiom tot M kinds of bnildlnei. Strictly up to date. Located at Hood Rlvtr. W. 0. SANDERS & CO. ArcMtects.BiiilfiflE Coatraclors We are prepared to make plans for up-to-date hnildiiiKs, and handle all Kinds of build up conlrscis. See us before building' STRANAHAN & SLAVENS, Contractors and Builders HOOD R1VKK, OKKGON. S.H.COX Contractors and Builders Flam and Eitimath Fdihishid. B. F. BELIEU, " Contractors and Builders Plans v" Kstimatkh Fuknihiikii - FRED t HICK & ARNOLD, CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS Eitimater furnished on all klndiof work l'lionw: mm.?8.-. SIMONTON & SONS Architects and Builders. Dei-oral i T Painlin and I'aner Hanging 1'luiiH fiirnlHlipd. Estimates care fully made. 11000 KIVKR, OREGON. FEAZIER & SON, I'LASTKItKHS Flue anil Fireplace Work a specialty. HOOD RIVER, OREGON. 11 ASSOCIATION (if All .Mi 1111 villc. Ori'trnh, will insure your propci ty t (KJ ier cent kws cost than niiv other iiiH.itiitinn. FlUMt J. I'KliKI.VS, Special A(?ent. 1;. mm 7, Vogt liuildin, The Dalles. THE O.K. BARBER .SHOP.. Four Chairs Quick anil aatiHiactory work. Two bath tun in connection. RUSSELL & REES, Props. GOVERNMENT Timber and Homestead LANDS I have for location noine choice apple land and tlriin-r cIhIiiin; aim) rellinjuUhnienU and lunri Uim rlpt. Cull on or addmw, Wm. F. HAND, lies. Phone 37fi. Hixxl River. Ore. Joseph A. Wilson Aft-ent for Wire Wound Wooden Water Pipe STEAMER WHITE FLYER Commencing Octulier 1(1, the (learner White Flyer will make regular tripa be tween llni il Hiver, White Salmon and nilicr pniiitH on the Columbia river. Steamer will Irave White Salmon dock at ti:M0 a. 111. ami every 30 111 in u ten thereafter; have Hood Kiver mill land ing nt 7 a. 111. and every 30 minutei thereafter. Round trip, 25c; Sunday excursion rate, round Ir p, 20 cent. WHITE FLYER TRANSPORTATION CO. .1. Lakmom, Manager. C. A. DANO REAL ESTATE HOOD RIVEK OKKOON Iiitt'iitling purchasers would do well to pee my Hut of city and farm pro(erty lefore pur- Notice A masquerade ball will be iriven at the Odd Fellows' hall at Udell Th&nketfmnfr niyht. M. Cameron, u5 A. T. bud. IN THK ClKt'lMT COl'RT oh THKSTATK OFOUKUON, KOK WAsm t'Ul'NTY. NKl.LIK B. Wkinwhenck, riitiniitt vent us F. W. WEINHTHKNOK, lft'Oitlint To F. W. Welnschenck, dttrmiant above named: In the name of the titate of tmvan: Von are hereby required lo apiHar and answer theoimiplainl nled a atiut you tntln-atHve entitled suit on or before nix wet k fiom the Mth day of Hepleinber, l'.HB, to w it, on or 1m lore the2th day of octolr, ll0f; and u Vou fall so to answer t he plaint lit will take jtid ntent and drcree avalUHt you fur want there of. meoordlnr to the uraver of M.ld coninlaint. namely, that the IxmdH of initliiinnny now exmting between platntltt' and detendant he forever dttwolved, and that plaintnl l award ed thecuatody or the minor chrildien men tioued In the complaint herein, and Unit she be allowed to resume her maiden name of Nellie 11 la lock, and for anoii other relief av to the court Khali neenmeet. ThU mnntnons ts nerved ou you by publication meteor oiee eaeh week for six eonwutive weeks in me Hood Klver Ulaeler, a weekly neWKjuMr mibllKhed in the city ol Hood Kiver, In catd WaHvo oounty, Oreann, by virtue of an order made and entered herein on the iMii diiyof August, HHtt. by Hon rable V. l MradKhaw, Judneof sa d cHrt. The date of aald order is AutfUHt 18, lWfi, and the date o the Hist pu lleation of this miuimons tutSeptt iiiherU A. A. J A VNK, o2fi Attorney for Plaintiff. SUMMONS. JN THKClKt'lUT POIIKT OK THK STaTK OF OHKUON FOK ClPN 1 Y oK WAst't): JruiTit K. Wki.ii, Plalntlrt ) veraua Sutt for IHvoree AutiUHTrs WKLii,I)efendant J To A UK "St us Weld, the ahovt named de fendant: In the name of thei-tU' of Oregon, you are hereby required to apejir and answer tin complaint tiled againat you in the nhnve en tilled milt, within 8ix Weeks trotn Ihe Mill day of September, I9U5, tuiid dny being the ftrHt day ol the puhlleallon oftliih Kuinmoux; and If you fall mo to aiiHwer, foi w in ihereof, the platntltl will apply lo the eourl lor the re lief demanded Iu her eomp'aitit aforesaid, tiiett In aald cauae, forlo-wlt: Adeereeol ulvoree dissolving the bond of matrimony existing between the plalntill and defendant in wild cause, and for restoration of plaintift former name, and for her costs and disburse tnentN in OiIk suit. This duniinoiiM la published tiy virtue of an order of Honorable A. K. Lake, county Judg of the county eourt of Waaco county slnle oi Oregon, dated the Vlh day of Septeniher, A i., TytM, which o der Bpeelties antl provide nix weeks and seven inaertions pull;ealiou in the "HtHid Kiver Olacler' a weekly nt w paair publlwhed weekly In said eounly aii' atate, us the lime, and paper iu which, halt: Kiimnions ahall Im puhllKhed. lated H(hm1 HI v r, iregon.Nfpicinher h, lit 15 JOHN l-bJ-ANI IlKNhKRSoN, iLUrnt'-v ,,,r i'1-1''1'"' NOTICK KOK PUKI.HWTIOX. Department of the Interior, Land Otlice a-1 The Jjallea, Oregon, Sept. 12, lyuh. oiiee is nereuy giveu inai inc toitow ing named settler tun tiled mil ice of his lutcn tlou U maketlnal proof tn suiinort of hl claim, and that said proof will lie made he before lien. T. Prattler, United states eonimis aloner al htsofuein Mood Kiver, (frcgou, on Octobers, iy)of via.: AI.KUKD M. Honp, of M osier, Oregon, on H. K. No, T 4 1 7 , for the HKj SKf1 8ee. a and NS NK'4 See. 0, Tp. J N, it. 11 r... w. m. lie names the following witnesses to prove hlr continuous reaideiK-e Ukiii and cultiva tion of said land, vtz.: Flunk Uingcr and Uirkln Lam h, id Moster, Oivgtm; rol ler Halt. man and it. K. Hhoeinuker, o. Mood Hiver. Oregon. irHny MiciiAKir. ioi.n, KeglMer. IN THK BOUNTY COUHT OK Til K STATKOK OKKOON KOK WAWOftHlNTY. In the matter of the eatute ol Paves Divers, deceased. CI tut Ion, To John Divera, Jainen IMvers, Newtown H. Dlvera, May P. Selliuger, .lxl I M vera lor ,IoHi'ph Dlvera), William livers, Julia Kstey, Perry A. IMvera, Join Henr-' liivers, Lucy Dlvera, Vor& Htralght, Mra, James Kugllsti, and Heat lice Knghsh.and tlte 'J'rustmts ol t he Pine Umve M. E. church, helra and devisees of Daves Dlvera, deceased, and all other un known heirs, devisees and legatiees ol said deceased, greeting: In the name of the state of Oregon; You are hereby cited and required to appear in Ihe County Court of the alate of Oregon lor Wasco county, at the November term of said court, at the court room thereof, at Dulles City, In said county, on MondaV, the tith day of No vember, IMft, al 2 o'clock in the afternoon ol that day. then and there to show cause, il any exist, why an order of sale should not he made of the real estate sought to be sold In accordance with the prayer of the petition ol theexeculors, W. K. Nell' mid M. P. Nell here tofore filed In t Ik I a cause, and which said real estate la situate In Wit sen count, Oregon, and described as follows, to wit: Commencing at the Northwest corner of the Northeastquarter of section 27, In Tp. t north, range IU east of the W lllamelte meridian; running thence south hi.'J'l chains, (hence east HM chains; thence north l().2ti chains; thence weal U.tiil chains to the point of be ginning, containing 1 acres, more or less. This citation is Issued by order of the county eourt of Wasco county, Oregon, by Hon. A. K. Lake, county Judge, entered on the 2nd day of October, M)f, and publication U made in "The Hiaxl Kiver Glacier," a newa paer ot general circulation published weekly in said county arid slate, and publication is so made In compliance with the terms of said order for four successive weeks, ihe llrst publication of this cltatlou the 2nd day of Oelober, A. D. It ft. Wiliiesscs the Hon. A. K. Lake, Judge of ld county court, Willi tlieseuitd' said court a Mixed, thiatfud day ol October, 11) 5. S1MKON IloLTON, o-t 5 nov ! t'lerK. NOTICE OK SALK OK JtONDS. Notice in hereby given that the Hoard ol Directors of the llond Hiver Irrigation Dia trlct In Wamn county, Oregon, will sell the bond of said dlHlrict In Die snrn or 8M).(MHK on Tueaday, the 241 h day of (Xlober, r.Hk'). at ttie hour of IU o'clock a. m ., at the otllee of aald Hatrd of Directors at the residence of J. H. Hhoemaker in said district, and that sealed proposals for saiil bonds will be re ceived by aald laaird al said place lor the purchase of aald bonds until the day and hour above mentioned, at which time, the board nhall oen the proiaiaala und award the purchase of the bondH to the higheat nv iKi)Hlble bidder, the Iwnird reserving the right to reject any and hII bids, bids U be ac com w tiled by a cerlilled cheek for 10 per cent of the amount of the bonds for which the bid mubmltted. Hald bonds shall be payable In money of the United Mtatea, iu 10 aerlea, as follows, lo wit: At the expiration of eleven years, live per cent ol the whole number of said bonds; at the expiration of twelve yenrs, six per cent; at the expiration ot thirteen years, even per cent; at the expiration of fourteen yearn, eight per cent; at the expiration of fifteen yearn, nine per cent; at the expiration of Mxtetn years, ten per ccit;at theexpiratlnn ot e ven teen years, eleven per cent; at the expiration of eighteen year, thirteen per cent; at the expiration nineteen yeara, fifteen percent; at the expiration 4 if twenty yeara, sixteen per cent; and shall bear interest at the rale of all per cent per annum, jiayable semiannually, on the hrst day of January and July of each year. The principal and In terest shall be payable at the pluce designated In the bond and bidders are given the option of having aald bonds payable at Portland In the a tale of Oregon, or in the eft of New York In the state of New York, and said IsMidH will be issued in accordance wil h the election of the successful bidders. Hald bonds shall be each of the denomination of not less than 1100 and not more than fc'iW) aud slmll be negotiable In form and couhuk for the In terest shall be attached to each and signed by Hie secretary. Dated at Hood Hiver, Oregon, this lMh day of September, PJU6. J. II H OKM A K hit, H2I o2i He retary. Notice. I will give t& fur tlii' Brnut and conviction of uiiytHie who itt1iiiitj' to hIkmiI nay duH or cuttle belonging on my nri'iiilm. nm K. H.NHKI'AUI). Notice to Contractors. Notice Is hereby given that the Hoard of Directors of the Hood Hiver Irrigation Dis trict in Waaco county, Oregon, will receive bids for the construction of the necwuury canals and works for said district to be con structed In accordance with the plana and specifications thereof. Mealed bids for such work will be received at the otliee of the Hoard at the residence of J. H. Mhoemakcr, secretary of the Hoard In said district till Sat urday, the 2th day of October, PMft, at Ihe hour of 2 o'clock p. in. bids must be accom panied by a certified check for live per cent of the amount of the bid. The Hoard reserve the right to reject any and all bids. Plans and specifications may be procured by ap plication to the hc retary of the board. ltaled at Hood Klver, Oregon, this lftth day of He member, 19U6. J. H. hiloKMAKKK, KZl o'Jri Hecretary, FINISH WORK FINAL SURVEY READY NOW FOR CONSTRUCTION Northern Pat'llir Engineer Trans fer ( amp Krom White Sal moil to l.yle. The Northern PHeitlo survey Iuk party which hiiM been ramped at the White Salmon ferry landing for the lattt three weekn, left Tuesday for points lietwen Lyle Biul The l)nlli'. M. V. Korirk, a menilier of the party, in converfaitoii with a (ilae.ier report er, stated that in al) likelihood no fourther work will he done at White Salmon until art mil constiuetion lie K'ina iu the near future. The permanent surrey has been completed betneen ItiiiKen and Drano, and 11 x soon as contracts are let grad ers will be put into the Held. The line runs through the center of the berry patches at White Salmon, whero the railroad will pay liiru sums for iliuii HK's. The lino runs close to the Short house, through the middle of C. I). Moore's asparagus patch ; cuts olf Sam Zeiler's tine liouse from his berry farm, and will nnike it necessary for Mr. Mil'lure to niter his entire irri KiitiiiK system, which consists of an elnlioiate arraneiueut of underground pipes and hydrants. Commissioner Kjjan will sulfcr con siderable damages. The line will ex tend the entire length of Judo Hyrk etl's iiui aero farm, running about 100 yards below his house. Tho road will continue ri'lit through the heart of the little city of Milieu, wheie it ninj be necessary to remove some of the buildings. Mr. Korii k states that the Northern 1'acillc will spare no expense iu mak ing a roadbed that will insuio fast time with tho passenger and freight trains. Sharp curves and heavy prudes will be entirely eliminated, no matter what the cost. At I'nilerwood tho permanent sur vey places the roadbed about (!T feet in front of the store building ol Amos Uuderwuod. This will ive Mr. Underwood a full street in front ol his property, while the road riht of way will take up a row of lots which still belong to tho Underwood Town site Co. This will make it easier for tho railroad to secure a right of way, and make it convenient for the grow ing little town of I'ndrrwood. Down at Drano there will be a ser ies of half a dozen tunnels. The basal tic rock is perpendicular hero, with no foothold at all for a road be 1. Construction work at this point w ill bo extremely costly. A similar con dition exists east of Lyle, where Hum orous tuuuels will bo required. Depots have not been located yet, but J. ('. Mud lines of the White Salmon Laud C'o. figures it out that White Salmon is the only logical site for the main stopping point for the country opposi e Hood Kiver. As it is the general supposition that the Northern Hacillc has control of the K gulatoi Line of steamer, it is not likely that tho company would care to encourage numerous landings or depots if quick time is the pertinent factor with the north-bank road. "The whole of Western Klickitat as fur north as Camas l'ruir e end the Mount Adams country is tribu tary to White Sit moil Landing. The Hurtloin roads brings to this landing the trade between here aud Lyle, while a little additional work on a road from tho Underwood bridge around tho point to tho White Salmon wharf would make Underwood und a lHrge portion of tho more thickly set tled Eastern Skamania county iu di rect communication with this land ing" is the way iu which Commission er Machines llgures out that the Northern Pacillo will select a depot site in closo proximity with the pres ent steamboat dock. Tho fact that this railroad company is negotiating for water privileges at this point is taken as further evi dence thut the depot will go to White Salmon. Tho Underwood enthusiasts have no such idea. They (Irmly beleive that the Trout Lake grade down the valley of tho White Salmon liver will bring all the trade t f the interior country to the mount of t he stream at the Underwood townsito. "If Mr. Hill is seeking a water grade for his transcontinental line, It stands to reason that the grade of Western Klickitat and Kastern Ska mania will seek the grade of least re sistance down the stream of White Salmon," say the supporters of a mo tion to have the depot located at Un derwood. People of Underwood are furnishing tho ru Iro. d company with llgures and tlata showing the lay of tho ground and the acrea tributary to this land ing. They are going after tho depot in a systematic way. ISingen beleives that they have the b st location of tho three points for a depot and townsitc. Tho ground lies nice and level here, and there is room for a town of several thousand population. The grade up the hill by way of the Jewott farm is not heavy aud llingen people believe the trade of the interior will pass through the town to While Salmon to the depot at llingen. ll.ey too are not asleep con corning the actions of the railroad olllcials who will decide tho location of depots, aud watering tanks. Trafllc Strain ts Easing I p. Relief has come to every depart ment of tho (). K. Si N. since the close of the Lewis and. ClarK fair, says the Pendleton Iribune. The enormous tralllc has held every departmei.t at the highost tension It is said that in the otllc.es of t'.e dispatcher at LalSraride tho cob pipes have been idle all summer, because of tho rush of business ou the wires, and that since the double and treble train service has been superseded by the j regular trains, everybody is enjoying a holiday. I Engines are now in the shops get ting long needed repairs, engiiiemeii aud trainmen are taking things easy" for a spell and the tension is relieved. 1'erhaps no other section of road iu the west was so heavily rushed bs the mountain divisiou between Hunting don aud Umatilla during the fair. Ou the level stretches of road the trains were ruu iu such large sections that one traiu ou the level would make two for th mountain, both east anil west, aud so all the available force was concentrated on the mountain in the ellort to keep the tratlio moving. The regular passenger trains are now running, the trains consisting of but eight and ulue cars, aud not heavily crowded either. The freight tratlio is gaining somewhat, with fall aud winter shipments of n erchandise and extraordinary shipments of tim ber to the Salt Luke aud San Pedro road and other eatseru sytems. Ore gon ties are now extensively used in Kansas and Nebraska and hundreds of thousands of t hen J are now passing over the O. K. N. to those states. While 40 engines have been iu serv ice during the summer, this number has been reduced until about ;lo are now handling the eutire tratlio of tho mountain division. Engines borrow ed from the Short Line have been sent home and those trausferred from other divisions of the O. K. A N. have been returned aud nothing but the regular engines belonging to the Lndinnde division are in service, i It isthoght that several firemen who have been promoted during tho rush will have to go back to tiring, because of the large number of surplus engineers. SPLELCIC PAIR OF TWO-YEAR-OLDS Dr. W. 1 Laraway, who has taken a large number ot photographs of Hood Klver orchard scenes, has one in which be takes a great ileal of pride. The picture is that of a pair of two-year-ojds uot exactly twins, hut a good couple to draw to. It con sists of his little grand-daughter and a '2-year old Newtowu tree loaded with fruit. Tho child stands along side of tho tree. It is a very attractive combina tion, aud one which will excite com ment wherever produced. Dr. Ijtra way intends to have the photograph copyrighted. The picture was secur ed iu tlie orchard of Pierce Cox of the East side. Dr. Lara way has a large number of other line oichard views, which he will take with In in to the East, lie expects to do a large amount of mis sionary work for Hood Kiver during ins slay nt ulonwood. Dr. and Mrs. W. K Laraway are preparing to return soon to (ilou wood, Iowa, where the doctor will as sist his sou iu looking t Iter the holi day trade in bis jewelry store there. Mr. J.araway says be has a letter from his son, who says: "1 don't know what you are doing in Oregon, but if we had you hero 1 know what it would lie." SLIGHT RAIN EXCESS FOR LAST MONTH Whilo September was a dry mouth, there was .!.'! of an inch more rainfall than the mean precipitation for Sep tum tier lor tho past twonty yeara, which was 1. Id, while for September 1!K)5 it is 1.07. There were only i days when the showers 'extended through tho entire day, the twelfth, tinrleonth Iwenty-lllth and twenty n i nth. There wore nine tlays when the precipitation was .01 or more, twelve clear days, ten partly cloudy days aud eight cloudy tlays. ihe temperature was a little higher than the mean temperature for the past twelve years, which was moan maximum 70 degrees, mean mliiiimiim 18 degrees, moan fill degrees , while the temperature for the month just passed stands mean maximum tO Ti-M degrees, moans mimimuni 50.5 de grees, mean lill tti-:KI degrees. Tho highest point reached by the mercu ry during the month was KH degrees on tho eleventh aud the lowest was !!!! degrees ou the twenty-eighth. The wind was almost entirely a west wind, blowing'from the eastjouly an hour or two once or twice during the month. The following Ik I lie iexirt of U. H. Volun tary Weather OlmrrviT l. N. Ilyiniee, for IIihhI Hlvrr, for ninnili ol Hepli'inlier, l'.NNS. Date , Man- Mini- Priv p ( 'liurai'lcr of i inula i liitini: Itiil'ti j liny I j KH i:i 1 purl cloudy 2 i 7 5.i j ...purl eliiiuly .1 ; J2 ss i eli'ur I fl , ' i-U-ar ......! F)- i i cU-itr ( I 7a 52 ....part floiuty 7 Wl i 7.i 1 i cli-ur I l i ci.-nr II i kii ' w, iiurteliiiidy In 7- r,i clrar Il ' m .i.l i ..purl elotnly lit :1 ..in cliiiuly 1.1 i Mi , i7 ; .111 pari cloudy H 71 .':i jiurl cloiuly lli 7 j .Vi cl.-nr Hi KM M .10 i-lniidy 17 (II 6n .m: .pari cluutlv In 71 W .clear In 77 -t i clear ...j 7(1 .i : Trace ... part cloudy ! ! h; J clear ti SI 'M clear il KTi : !l i clear H 71 W Truce ....cloudy i'i RK I 'i jit cloudy 2ii........ (hi i lil ;M cloudy it -''(I 1 .HI cloudy Ml ; : Trace cloudy it id ; .HI cloudy :i lil ' l j .Hi part cloudy i ! The (Joed Old Way. A severe cold or attack of la grippe Is like a lire, the sooner you combat it the better your chances are to overpower it. Ifut few mothers in this age are will ing to do the necessary work required to give a good old-fashioned reliable treatment such as would lie ministered by their grandmothers, backed by Itos chee's (iermaii Syrup, which was al ways liberally used in connection with the home treatment of colds and is still in greater household favor than any know n remedy, lint even without the application of the old-fashioned aid (iermaii Syrup will cure a severe cold in quick time. It will cure colds in children or grown people. It relieves Hie congested organs, allays the irrita tion, and ell'eetively slops the cough. Any child will take it. It is invalua ble iu a household of children. Trial siw Isittle, &re; regular size, 7.rc. For sale by C. N. Clarke, '"Everything," exclaimed the pessi mist, "has been done to invite and encourage otticial corruption." "Except to oiler trading stamps," veuturod the op'iuiist, feeling tho ground thin under his feet, but un willing to yield alJ. NEVER BE TOO MANY APPLES NO FEAR OF OVER PRODUCTION CoiiimlssioiiiT Elleher Declares There Will Always He a Demand for Fine Emit. J. A. Kilcher of California, who is in charge of the permanent exhibit of thai state, made tho statement when in Hood Hiver lust Sunday that this valley need net fear that there will ever be an over-production of New towns and Spitzenbeigs of the quality of these apples here. "I have been advising people to sot out apple orchards for the last 10 years, " said lie. "People called mo foolish when 1 lira advocated au ex tension of the fiu it business, but there aro ninny men w ho have grown rich because they look my advice. "The best of everything is always in demand. Vou apple n on hero produce something which I llrinly bo leivo cannot be duplicated elsewhere, and you need have no fear that the price of your fruit will overfall be low the cost of production,." Mr. Kilcher is an old friend of Mr. Shopnrd of 1'alo Alto, Calif., the father of K 11. Shepard of this city and used to know M. II. when ho was a lad on his father's fruit farm in Yuba county years ago. W. K. Uoth ery of 1'ortiniid and T. W. Diiukan of Santa Cruz accompanied Mr. Filchor to Hood Kiver, Sunday. They spent tho day here, and went over the val ley with Manager Shepard of the Ap ple lirowers' association. Like all visitors here they wero do lighted with the country, and wonder fully impressed with tlio fu'iiro pros pects. Mi. Filchor was in charge of tho California fruit display at tho Lewis and Clark exposition. Hood Hiver pople can testify that he is an export ou displaying the products of his state. He also served iu thiscapao ity at Chicago, liull'alo, Omaha and St. Louis, and when iu California spends his time telling visitors about the great advantages his state oilers to people intending to settle in the West. Down in the Vnca valley, where Mr. Filchor makes his home, the whole country is olio vast aplo orchard. The fences have been removed, and tho only dividing linos for the piop-orty-holders are roads, a network of roads. The Vaca valley is about two thirds the area of Hood Hiver valley. Tho apple men from thero are making money from their fruit. Hood Klver Apples Never Kejecteil. "It is a siguillcant fact that no car of apples sent out by tht Hood Hiver Apple lirowers' union has ever been rejected by the buyer," remarked Manager K II. Shepard tho other morning. "This goes to show that our elltirts to secure a strictly fancy pack of all Hood Kiver fruit is bear ing results. " Mr. Shepard then wont on to give recent incidents where cars of apples from various parts of the Uuited States have been rejected of lato. The list for ono day was as follows: "Car llellllowers from California rejected in Cleveland; inspection ver ified complaint. Car New York apples rejected in Chicago. Finally accepted at 00 cents discount. "Car Virginia apples rejected at (ireon iiay Wis., every barrel showed worms and decay. "Car California apples rejected at New Orleans. "Car Now York apples rejected at Nashville; inspection verified cause of complaint; adjusted" Similar reports such as those are received daily by the association. The local union inforcos a rigid in spection, ami intends to keep up the reputation so llrinly established of putting up one of the best pucks in the whole United States. Dog llringH Criminal To Justice. A little white and black dog named Jim has, according to the Now York Herald, avenged his owner's death by revealing the murderer, iu that dis patch it is said: 'Mini was the only witness of the murder of his master, W. 1 Hums, a wealthy farmer, of Pocahontas, Ark., 'F.d' Hubbard, a woodsman,1 is tho coonvictodpriucipai in tho deed and 'Willie' Roberts, who was Hums' housekeeper, is charged with being ac. ssory to the crime. Hut for Jim the crime would possibly have gone undiscovoioil, for it was his love for his master that sent him to the house of a neighbor, whore his whines and actions suggested to the neighbor that something unusual had happened. The neighbor made a search which resulted in (hiding the liody at the bottom of the river and tho ultimate unraveling uf the plot that ended in murder. Jim did not stop with notifying tho neighbors of ti... i ...4 : .i bun ilium, imii. ii 1 1 1 mm uu in i inn u. and when Hubbard was arraigned gave testimony of his hatred by show ing his teeth and growling when the accused man was brought in testi mony barred by the law, but elloct ive in tho eyes of tho jury." Sixty Weeks for Its 1 . 75. Tho now subscriber to The Youth's Companion tor Km; wheat once sends the subscription price, si. 75, will re ceive free all the remaining issues of the paper for 1'.hi5. These issues will contain nearly 5ii complete stories, besides the opening chapters of (iraoe S. Hichmond's serial, "Tho Curchills' Latch Sti ing, " a sequel lo her story of "The Second Violin," which ap peared in the early weeks of this year. Madame Somhrich wlil contribute au article on "Sovereigns 1 Have Sung to," and there will be throe stories by May Huberts Clark under the title, "Tales of a Pawnee Hero." These will give a foretaste of the I good things iu store for l'.mi. full il lustrated Announcement ot w hich will be sent to any address Irco with sam ple copies uf the paper. New subscribers will also receive a gift of The Companion's "Minute meu" Calendar for l'.H'O, lithographed iu twelve color and gold. THK YOUTH'S COMPANION, 114 lierkeley Street, liostou, Mass. Tho Carpenter shop of F. G. Cue baa moved one block west to Fourth street.