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HOOD RIVEK, OREGON, JANUARY 18, 1906.
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HOOD RIVEK LODOE NO. 106. A. F. and A,
M.-Mfleti Saturday evening on or before
men run moon. A. H hmiwkrh, w. St.
I). McDonai.u, Be ictary.
HOOD RIVEK CH All KB NO. 87. R. A.. M.-
Aieeisiirst Him nurd rridaynightaor each
mentn. . u. Mi uiiNAi.o, n, r.
A. I). Mok, Secretary, , ,
HOOD RIVER CHAPTER NO. i, O. E. 8 -Meeta
second and four lb Tuesday evening
ofeacb nidiith. Visitors ivnimliy welcomed.
Mb. T. J. Kinnaihd, W. M
Miw.Tisi:iaA t'ASTSKB, bocretury. .
IDLE WILDE LODGE NO. 107. I. O. O. F.
Meets lu fraternal ball, every Thursday
IHS II I. II. U. fAKKOTT, N, U.
Ai.i.i Nkal, Hecrotary
EDEN ENCAMPMENT. NO. 48. 1. O. O. F.
Regular meeting seeoud and fourth Monday!
oi eacu montn. u. n. moksi, v. r.
H R. Kntrk ah, Scribe.
LA.URKL REBEK AH DKOREE LODUE NO.
61, 1, o. O. .-Met is Ural aud third Fridays
Hi each nionili.
Mm. E. W. Uiieix, N. G.
Mb Doea Tiiousok, secretary.
WAUCOMA LODGE NO. SO, K. OF P.
Meets lu K. ol P, hall every Tuesday night
V . U. OBUUK, li. Li.
H. T. DeWitt, K.ofR. and 8.
HOOD RIVER CAM P, NO. 7,70!, M. W. A.
Meeta in K. or r. nan every weaneaaay
nigut. K.n.iiu, v.u
HOOD RIVER CIRCLE NO. 624, WOMEN OF
Woodcran-Meetsat K. of P. hall on the
firm and Third Friday of each-month.
Lou MoKkynolds, U. N.
F. W. McRkynoi.im, Clerk.
RIVEhHIDE LuliUENO. MS A. O. U. W
Meets ttrst auu third Halurdays. f each
month. F. 11, Ulauo, M. w
E, K. Bradlky, Klnsnc.er ,
Chkstkk shuts. Recorder. !
OLETA AM8EM BLY NO. 1US, UNITED ART-Iian8.-Meel
the first and third Wednes
days, work; second and fourth Wednesdays
Artisans nan. U. W. THOMPSON, St. A,
C. D. Hknhk u, Becnlary.
COUKT HOOD RIVER' NO. , FORESTERS
ol America, Meet second and foarth Moiv
das lu each month Ik K. of P. hall.
Uko, Fox, C. K.
F. C. Hkosius, F. C.
CAMlY l'OHT, NO. H.a. A. R.-MEETS AT
A. O. II. YY. IihII, Kucond and fourth Hatur
ihivsuf each niuiitli at 'i o'clock p. m. All
U. A. K rueinlieia Invited U) meet with us,
8. A. Hkinnsk, Commander.
Thomas Hons, Adjutaut.
CANUY W. K. I!., No. 16-MEETrt SECOND
and louith baluruatsof each Month Id A.
O. U. W. hall at I! p. in.
Ellkm Blowers, President.
Uzzm (its, Herniary
MOUNTAIN HOMKCAMP No. 9, R. N. A.
.iecl at I he K.oi P. liall on lue second and
fourth Friday ul eueh month.
WlW. CAKK1E HHOSIUS, O.
Mrs. Ella Uakin, Recorder.
W auna Tkmplk No. s, Rath bone Bisters.
Meets secon . and lourlb Thunidayiiof each
nionih. Mrs. Lillian C. Bkotk, M.E.C.
bTKLLA RlUHAUDSON, M. Of K. A C.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND 8URGEON.
Telephones: Office, 281; residence, 811.
HUKUEON O. R. A N. Co.
KS. MAUY JOHNSON, M. I),
Physician and Surgeon.
nflh-es aud Ilenitlcmx In E. L. Smith Building
Over First Ni l. liuuk. Eulrauce, rear
oi bunk, on Third St.
H. L. BUMBLE,
l'HYSICIA.N .iND SURGKON.
Successor lo Dr. M. F. Shaw.
Calln promptly answri.-d in town or country,
Day or Night.
Telcphonea: Keiiiili nce, 611: Ofttee, 013.
OltUte lu the HioaiUH Building.
DR. J, EDGINGTON,
Physician and Surgeon
Office over ifeo Kimt National bank.
Oince phone 1433. Rea. phone 76XI,
M. F. SHAW, M. D.
OHice in Jackson Block.
Office phone, No. 1471. Residence, No. !
C fl. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Specialist on Crown and Hrldge Work.
Telephones: oOloe, litl; residence, 1015.
Office over Bunk Bldg. Hood River, Ore.
M. E. WELCH,
THE VEIEKISARV SURfclEOM.
Is prepar . d to do any work In the vettrlu
ary line. He cub be louua by calllnK .at. or
phoning to Clarke a drug store.
E. H. HARTWIG',"",?,"
Will Practice In All Court ' loj' nl
Office wlrh Ueo. D. Cuibertaon & Co. : Col
lections, A bstrac it,, Sett lemeu I of Fntaiur. -.
UUUD K1VEK, OKEI.T.JN.
JOHN L ELAND HENDEiWOlt
ATTOHNBY-AT-tAW. AB8TRACTH, IT.
TABY PUBLIC and RIAL ,
For M 7's a raaldent ol Oregon and Waab-
tltlea and agent. gatlsfaoUea guaraalaed at
Abstract Furniihed. Money LMaa4.
' Hood River, Oregoa.
p C. BR081U8, U. D.-
' IHYblCIAN AND 8URGK0&
1'liouB Central, or UL
Office llonra: 10 to 11 A. M.J I to I
and fl to 7 P. M.
FOUTS & DERBY
Attorneys at Law
. Bux ous Building
HixhI Eiver, Oregon .
Joseph i Wilson
Agent for '
Wooden Water Pipe
HO'V 18 YOCR I'MIMNEYT Isn'tlt better
to put In a concrete one rather than run the
risk of Hie house burning down with a defec
tive fluef better seethe Hood River Artificial
Htone Co. about h. Leave order now. Jl
Wanled To rent, a furnished houee In the
he lower part of town by email family; no
children. M, tiiacier office.
Arrival and Departure of kails.
HOOD RIVER. .
The Dostofflce la ooen dallv between I a. m
and 7 p. m.; Sunday from 12 lol o'clock. Malls
for the East close at 11.20 a. m., 8.10 p. m. aud
p: m.; for the West, at i. V p. m. aud I p. ra.
The carriers on R. F. D. routes No. I and g
leave the nostonlne al M Ski a. m. If ail leavM
For ML Hood, daily at 18 m.; arrive KM
For Underwood, Wash., al 11 m., Tneadaya,
Thursdays and Saturdays; arrive) tame days
at 11 a m.
For White Salmon, Wash., dally at 12 m.;
arrives 11 a. 111.
t WHITE SALMON.
For Hood River, dally aid a. m.; arrives at
I P. IB,
For Huaum, Trout Lake and Guler, Waah
dally at7.SUa. m.: arrives 6 d. m.
For Ulenwood, Fulda and Ullmer, Wash.,
daily at 7.30 a. m.; arrive at a p. rn.
For Pine Flat and Snowden, Wash., at 1 p.
m. Tuesdays and Saturdays; arrives same
days at 12 m.
For Biugen, dally at 4.45 p. in.; arrives at
s-w a. m.
, O. S. A N. TIME TABLE.
Cast bound ' "
. No. Chicago Special, 11:40 a. m. .
No. 4, Spokane Flyer, 8:35 p. in.
No. 6, Mail and Ex press, 10: p. m.
No. 24, Way Freight, 12:16 p. in.
No. 22. Fast Freight) 4.-06 a. m.
No. 1, Portland Special. 8:.W p. m.
No. g, Portland Flyer, 6; 38 a. m.
No. S, Mall and Express, 4:42 a. m.
No. 2, Way Freight, -2 a. m.
Jo. 56, Fast Freight, 1K p. ra. '
3 Trains to the East Daily
Through Pullman standards and tonrlat
aleeplnv cars dally to Omalin. Chlcairo, Spo
kane; tourist Bleeping" cars daily te Kansas
City; thmngh Pnllmsn tourist sleeping ear
fnersonsally conducted) weekly to Chicago.
Reclining chair cars (seat free) to the East
:16 a. as.
Bait Lake, Denver,
Kansas City, St.
I SIS a. as.
Bait Lake, Denver,
Ft. Worth, Omaha,
Kansas Cltv. BL
Walla Walla. Lewla-
ton, Spokane, Wal
Paul, V uluth. Mil
Villi AHTl'inl . anri
w points, connecting
16:00 P. M.
and North HancIi hImki.
er MsmrIo. Ash street
oik'R (wavr twr.l
FOR Dnvtim. Ori.n'.in
6:30 P.i M,
City 11 nd Yamhill Riv
er poinls. Ash streci
dtMsk (water per.)
FOR LEW INT ON.'
4-00 A. M. About
Idaho, and wsy points,
Monday, BK P. M.
Wedn'd'y I Tuesday.
trorn ill par la, wash.
j Friday. Thursday,
! I Sunday.
A. L. CRAIG,
General Passenger Agent, Portland, Or,
F. I). WOODBURY, Agent, Hood River. .
BON TON ,
The place to get an easy
shave and first-class hair cut.
Our shop is metropolitan in
Porcelain Baths in Connection
DeBORDE & GREY. '
;.l l- '-!. ' .. I.
' For Sale at he-;
' " A. :T. ZEEK.
1 R. JONES, Dentist;
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plates.
Tri atim-i,t nf ili.-tMHt-d tcelh and guuig.
Otlti-e lii"tti Buildiuk. Plume 1033.
W. A. Morgan & CO.
Suoceiuurt to Ganger & Hartley
Heavy and Light Draying
and Team Work, etc.
Phone 1421. - HOOD RIVER, OR.
F. G. COE
oi P. M.
Wit) A. M.
FATAHLY, E. U HMITsj, K.O.RT.AMCS1AB
rres. vioe-rrea. , uasnier.
V. C. Brock, Asst. Cashier.
The First National Bank
OP HOOD RIVER, ORKUON.
Capital and Surplus, $30,000.
P. M. HALL-LEWIS & CO.
Civil and Architectural 1
Engineers and Surveyors
Make survey, nlana and estimates for sew
er, light and xwer and railway plants, and
furnish, subject to approval, plana, sieclfloa
tiona and estlniatea fur all classes of buildings
public, private and mercantile. Hpeclal al.
ientlon given to eonnonilc and slow-burning
construction. Accuracy aud economy guar-
. : DAVIDSON BUILDING
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
W. 0. SANDERS & CO.
ArcMtects, Builfling Gontracto:
We are prepared to make plans for tip-to-date
buildings, and handle all Kinda of bulld-
ng contracts, see ua oerore Daiiding.
STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
fujti axb XiniiATM rnunuu.
FREDERICK & ARNOLD,
Blilaiategfurnigbad on all kinds of Work
PhonftM- Arnold, Mala aj,
fUUIlCB. rrsdsrlok. U.l. MS
SIMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
Drrnratire Painting and Paper Hanging
Plans furnished. Estimates care-
- fully made.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
THE OREGON FIRE RELIEF
of McJIiiiUN Ori'ifoa, will insure your
property at fiO per ii-nt lens cost than
any other InH.Hntinn.
Room 7, Vogt building, The Dalles.
CARI KNII U AND BUILDER
'..., rin na 709 -.- . iv,
h'igu e- hi ! etiinates furnished on
all kind- u( I uiltling and contracting.
Eureka Meat Market
Mi GUIRE BROS., Props. '
Deulent in Fivah niid Cured Meats, Lard
Poultry, Fruits and Vegetables.
Fiee iH-llverv. Phone Main 85.
Four Chairs '
Qiro a 1 Hulisfactory work. Two bath
i n us in ci)nn'ii(iii.
RUSSELL & REES, Props.
Timber and Homestead
I hare for location some choice apple landa
and tlmqer claims; also relinquishments and
land to script. Call on or address.
....... Wm, f. rand,
Re.. Phone 376. Hood River. Ore.
C. A. DANO
,; ' HOOD RIVER;
Intending purchasers would
do well to see my list of city
1 aud farm property before pur-
v' chasing.' ;
JUDGE J.J. MIRSHEIMER,
..Pension and Patent Attorney..
223 Washington St., Portland, Ore.
Prn-fons nnder IJeneral Law and
under the Art f Jnne 27, 1890.
Indian War tensions. Increase of Fensiona.
father, mother, dependent and helpless child
ren pension; Nurses pensions; Widow's res
toration to penalon roll; deserted wife's half
pension; Hountlea ana arrears of pension.
Charges of Desertion Corrected.
Claims of all kinds taken against the
United hiaies and prosecuted.
At MoJ River everv fourth Saturday
in each month.
Hood River Marble Works
Am prepared to execute
all orders for granite and
marble work, monuments,
Also contract for all kinds
of stone masonry, con
LANGILLE & RAND
Timber and Farms
Timber Land, Farm Land, Fruit Land,
Homeeekers' and Investors' Agenta
Lands tiain ncl, I imber Cruised.
Room II B. & O. Transfer Co.
Bldg, cor. Sixth aud Oak 8ts.
Tel. Private Ex. 68. Portland, Ore,
' Timber Land, Aet June , 1ST
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United Rtates Land Office, The Dalles, Ore-
Kn, Not. Kth, lo. Notice la hereby (Ivea
at In compliance with the provialona of the
act orooiurreasof June S, una. entitled "An act
ftr the safe of Umber landa in the states of
California. Oregon, Nevada and Washington
Territory," as extended to all the public Land
States by set of August 4, Wi. the fbllowinf
named persona have Hied lo this office their
sworn statements, to Witt
DULCINEA A. PAKKER
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
Oregon, aworn autiemeui on i,m, nied No
vember 16th, IMS, for the purchase of the HVM
W, ejection , EX NW and
Section 11, Tp. I north, range E., W. M.
MARIE THEBSA BCHANZ
of Portland, county of Mulinomah, atata of
Oregon, sworn statement No. XM, filed No
vember 1Mb, IMS, for the purchase of the
BK'-i, ejection S, Tp. t north, ran a E., W. M
That they will oner proof to show the lauda
sought are more valuable for the timber or
atone thereon than for agricultural purposes,
and to establish their claims to said lands
before the Realater and Beoelver at the land
oftlos In The Dalles, Oregon, on February Mth,
They name the following witnesses: Charles
S. Archer, Lolu K. Archer.Kamuel B. Archer,
T . . t. Ti l .. . IP ll.rLn. kill, i , I 1 . . . 1
einea A Barker and alarlc T. Hobans, all of
Any and all persona claiming adversely
any of the above described lauda are reuueat-
ed to file their claims In this office on or be
fore the said 24th day of February 1HW.
MICHAEL T. NOLAN,
ITtmbjr Land, Act of Junel 18781 '
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION
United States Lend Office. The lslles. Ore
gon, Nov. 2Mb, 1W6. Notice is hereby given
that in compliance with the provisions of the
act of Congress of June t, l"it, entitled "An
act for the sale of timber lands In the states
of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washing
ton Territory," aa extended to all the public
land states by act of August 4, mi, the follow
ing named persons have filed la this office
their sworn statements, to wli:
LULA E. ARCHER
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
uregon, aworn statemeut no. ura, nied No
vember 4th. 1901. for the purchase cf the KEK
election 11, tp. H north, range E., W. M.
CHARLES 8. ARCHER
or Portland, county of Mnltnomsb, atate of
Oregon, aworn statement No. 27&), filed Octo
oer stn, wo, lor ine pnrcnaseoi ineuHN WM
and NK'iHWW, Section 8, Tp. I! north, range
E W M I
j"hat tliey will offer proofs to show that the
landa sougiit are more valuable for the tim
ber or stone thereon than for agricultural
purposes, son 10 estauusa tnctroiatms tosalu
suds before the Ken inter and Receiver at the
land orHoe in The Dalit. Orecon. on Kebru-
ury 83rd, 1900.
They name the followfhe; witnesses: John
E. lledsea and James D. Wlrtb. of Tualatin.
Oregou; John 1). Edwards, Jean Cllne, NllsC.
Olson, Charles S. Archer and Lula E. Archer
of Portland, Oregon, and Nela Nelson of VI
Any and all persons claiming adversely any
of the above described landa are requested to
file their claima In this office on or before the
said 23rd day of February, 1908.
M1U11A.L 1. NULAN,
(Timber latnd, Act June 8, 1H78. I
NOTICE FOR PUBUCAT10N.
United Rtates Land Offlce. The Dalles.
Oreiton. November lift, 1906. Notice Is hereby
given that in compliance with the provialona
of the act of congress of June 8, 1K7S, entitled
"An set for the sale of Umber landa In the
states of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory, aa extended to all
me pnonc tana states ny act or August 4, IWi,
the following persona have filed in thla office
their aworn statements, to wlu
JAMES D. WIRTH
of Tualatin, county of Washington, state Of
uregon, sworn siaiemei i wo, inia, niea Octo
ber auth. 1M, for tbepureliassof theHWW
NE, tew sud (sKaWj,, section Noff,
In township No. t north, range H E. W. M.
JEAN CLINK ,
of Portland, county of Multomah, atate of
Oregon, aworn statement No. Vil, riled Octo
ber zstn, for the purchase or the WK
N W'i, W4 SW, sections, township S north"
range II E., W. M.
That they will offer proof to show that the
lands sought are more valuable for the tim
ber or stone thereon than for agricultural
piiiinmni, uu w ohauiim, iuc vikiiiib W
said land before the Register and Receiver at
the land office In The Dalles, Oregou, on Feb
ruary lath, IiKMJ.
They name the roiipwing witnesses; John
E. Iledsos. of Tualatin. Oreaon: Charles 8. Ar
cher of Portland, Oregon: J sines I). Wlrth, of
Tualatin, Oregon: John I). Kdwarda of Port
land, Oregon; J.M. Wlrth of Tualatin, Ore
gon; N. C. Oleson of Portland, Oregon; W. F.
Hedges of Sell wood, Oregon, and Jean Cllne
of Portland, Oregou.
Any ana an persona claiming adversely
anyot the above-described landa are reauesU
ed to file their claims In this oflloe on or be
fore the said 13th day or February, IMM.
nWtM M II'll A tfl. T Mill. AW Uul.l..
Detinrtment of the Interior. United Rtates
Land Office, The Ilalles, Oregon, November
23, HsUI.-A sufllient contest affidavit having
been filed In this office by Clyde O. Richards,
contestant, against homestead enlrv No. 1'2,
147, made February 24, 1903, for N'HKW. HW'i
MEJ,Heo. H.NWNEV.Isec. 83, Vn. I north,
range 10 east, W. M., Henry E. F. Kiss, de
ceased, contestee, In which It Is alleged that
said Henry IS. F. Kiss died on Msy 28,1904;
that bis known hairs are as follows: K. K.
Kiss of Vancouver, Washington; Anna Kiss
of Chicago, Illinois; Frederick Klaa ofUronan,
Hanover, Germany; that neither of aald belre
have ever resided npon or In any manner
cultivated aald tract or caused the same to be
cultivated by any person whomsoever, that
aald tract la and alwaya has been entirely un
fenced, unimproved and open to the com
moua; that said alleged absence was not dtis
lo employment In the army, navy or marine
corps of the United Htatea In time of war.
Bald parties are hereby notified to appear,
respond and offer evidence touching aald al
legation at 10 o'clock a. m, on January 17th,
1906, before the Regiater and Receiver at the
United Htatea Land office In Tbs Dalles, Ore
The ssld contestant having. In a proper af
fidavit, filed November 21, 190$, set forth facta
which ahow that after due diligence personal
service of this notice can not be made, It Is
hereby ordered and directed that such notice
be given by due and proper publication.
njll ANNE M.LANU, Receiver.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Offlce, Ths Dalles, Ore
gon, Dec. ID, 1905 Notice la hereby given
that the following-named settler haa filed no
tice of bla Intention to make final prool In
support of his claim, and that said proof will
be made before Ueo. T. Prattler, II. H. Com
missioner, al bis office In Hood Rlver,Oregon,
on January lk IMM, via:
MARK E. THOMAS
of Hood. River Oregon, on H. E. No. M48, for
theEUBE election 20, and NWltNE& sec.
29, Tp. 11 N., Range II E., W. M.
He names ths following wltneases to prove
bla continuoua residence upon and cultlva
tion of aald land, via.: John B. Jackson,
Jens r, Hansen, Peter Bailsman, Frank H.
Ingram, all of Hood River. Oregon.
nSld-M MICH A EL T. NOLAN, Regiater.
New Meat Market
A. L. EMMONS, Proprietor
Hood River Heights
Delivery to all parts of the city.
Pull Line of Vegetables
Fresh Bread Daily
I will sell for cash only.
Phone Main 155.
All Demons indebted to ma br note or ac
count will please call or settle at once. If not
same will be placed In my attorney's hands
witn instructions io ooiwct. 4. a nana.
NOTICE Any person or persons having
bad business transactions of any aind of lata
with W. V. Johnson will pleas report earns
toC. R. Bone, Hood River, and greatly assist
us to getting track of bis business affairs.
C K. BONE, (iuardian.
CENSUS FOR 1905
GAIN NOT GREAT AS FORMER YEAR
The Coming- Tear, Hotmer, Promises
to Reach the 2500 Mar .-The
The Ulaoier man baa made bit an
nual bonne to house canvass of the
city of Hood River and finds the pop
uiaiiou. January l, waa i:4. ruia la
an increase over the population one
?ear ago. Since the Ulaoier Unit es
abliahed the canton) of aa annual
census on the Brat of the year the
population baa increased steadily, aa
may be, noted from the following fig
urea: 1900- C22 '
Below ia a directory of the olty of
Hood River compiled by the Olaoier.
The figures at the rlht of the names
represent the number of people "In
eaob househo d. Added together
these figures give the total populatiou
of the oity, 1,904.
Abbott II M, real estate 6
Abbott Nettie M, millinery 1
Adams YV L, propr Paratliee farm .... 4
Allen E E, saw mill man 6
Allen W H, railroad employe 6
Aldred William, teamster 2
Alex Martin, carpenter 4
Alcorn Ira, Alcorn market 4
Anderson T F, stone mason 8
Anderson, Minn J M, nnrne II Ii C II. 1
Aplin J P, mgr Flour Mill Co 2
Arnold 8 W, carpenter and builder. 4
Armstrong James, mill employe 3
Ash W O, merchant 2
Austin Miss B, elk Young's confec. . . 1
Ayersman D K, merchant 6
Baker W J, real estate an I insurance 4
Bilker, Miss Majorie, etnp telephone.. 1
Baily Harry, lineman 4
Baily H II, member city council 2
Baldwin Mrs Laura, clerk F A Cram. 1
Bartiness 8 E, undertaker 6
BartmeBs Oliver C, retired farmer ... 1
Barnes Rnv K II, Episcopal minister. 2
Barbee W, retired 2
Batchler May, waitress Wa'ucoma .... 1
Baldwin L C, carpenter and builder. , 2
Best A F. bookkeeper 1
Bennight J D, miner 5
Bubb S A, carpenter 3
Bowerman Miss M, teacher pub school 1
Beaty Tim, carpenter 3
BelioU P U, carpenter 1
Bishop A W, machinist 4
Bevens Bert, emp Dav F Co 3
Brennaman Scott, bridge carpenter., 1
Boone Miss Olive, waitress Mt. H. ho. 1
Broadhead Lee, barber 1
Boorman W M, retired 2
Beamer Mrs 0 E, widow , . 2
Blowers L N, merchant 8
Bird Wm, carpenter. i. 1
Bird E M, laborer 1
Bird H F, laborer 1
Bird PH, laborer... 1
Bird Mrs M L, widow 5
Bryce T S, clerk Butler Banking Co. . 2
Bowan C T, laborer I
Booth J 8, merchant 4
tone C K, manager East Hide ditch . . 2
Billings N O, barber 3
Beeler Rev U M, U B minister 6
Beeler Norman, clerk Paris Fair. .... 1
Brock Clay, clerk F A Cram 1
Buskirk W II, retired 1
Brown F P, retired 3
Bent George, concrete and plastering 4
Boyde L, carpenter 1
Belieu B F, carpenter uud builder 5
Booth J 8, merchant . .'. 4
Buck Miss Nettie, mgr telephone 1
Button H, farmer 7
Blowers A B, mayor of Hood Hiver. . . 3
Bone Charles R, mgr East Bide ditch 2
Bone N VV, farmer 2
Buck A C, employe Dav Fruit Co. . , . 3
Brugg R B, merchant 6
Butler Tiuman, bunker 8
Butler Leslie, banker 2
Brock V C, bookkeeper National bank 6
Blancbar E 0, cashier National bank 2
Blowers Sara, merchant 8
Brosius F C, physician and surgeon . . 6
Bradley E R, pub News-letter 3
Bell C A, emp Oregon Lumber Co.. . . 2
Bradley Mrs E R, seamstress 1
Carmichaol A L, merchant 2
Canfleld Mrs I B, music teacher 1
Carson J K, clerk In Stewart's store. .11
Castner Charles, apple packer 3
Cams E T, de, tist 3
Cox 8 H, contractor and builder 5
Coyle II A, carpenter 4
Chandler Frank, fruit grower 3
CrouseC, principal hill school house. 4
Copple Miss Carrie, teacher 2
Cross E W, janitor 6
Chipping W 11, of Electric Light Co. . 3
Cramer Miss Laura, clerk postollice . . 1
Cram Frank A, merchant 6
Cole Art her. clerk in Cram's store ... 1
Culbertson Geo. D, real estate 3
Culbertson J M, real estate 1
Cooper r, retired physician Z
Coulter WB, leampter 4
Coe Fred Q, carpenter 2
Coe George F, carpenter 3
Cunning T J, farmer 3
Cowley John, shoemaker 2
Crowell Geo. I', retired merchant .... 3
Clarke L, elk in Clarke's drug store. . 2
Clarke F W, jeweler Z
Clarke Charles N, druggist 3
Coate Miss Jane, tailoress 1
Cross Percy, elk Williams's I'liannucy 2
Chinamen, laundry 5
Cook C E, teamster 3
Cruger E C. emp ORAN 2
Combs Henry, laborer , 1
Combs Jacob, laborer 1
Chinese, gardeners 2
Coate Mies E, dressmaker 1
Cash A B, clerk Paris Fair 2
Confer J M, retired 2
Crissman Miss Laura, dressmaking.. . 1
Couch Fred, logger 2
Carstens A W, saw flier 2
Carstena Win J, blacksmith 4
Collins Mrs K A, laundry emp 8
Chapman H W, merchant 6
Chapman Thos, Latter Day Saint min 5
Cooper Mrs K, widow 8
Curtis A M. la'iorer 7
Christy L, employe O L Co 1
Clement A B, barber 1
Day C E, electrician 4
Davidson unaries, sec tav no i
Davidson P 8, mgr Lost Lake Lbr Co 4
Davidson H F, mgr Davidson Fruit Co 4
Davenport F jr, bookkeeper 4
Dabney A D, merchant 1
Dano C A, real estate 4
Dano II 8, carpenter 8
Dakin C U, painter 6
Donahue John, retired farmer 2
Dukes J H, bonse moving contracted 3
Deltz Fred, carpenter 2
Deits Miss Helen, teacher 1
Dumble H L, phpsiciad and surgeon. 3
Devoid N J, propr Ramon house
Donovan T li, shoemaker
DeBord J F. barber....
Dickey W T, carpenter 1
Del'ee R, foreman Mt Hood railway.. 4
Davidson, Mrs Lillie
Dickerson M A, carpenter 4
Dean Mrs Alice, widow 2
Dean Boy, telephone employe , 1
Davies A L, teamster ., 2
Dano FE, retired 2
Davis Howard, laborer 1
Davis E J, laborer 1
Davis Wilbur, laborer 1
Derby A J, attorney at law 1
Early Chas T, supt Oregon Lbr Co. . . 3
Evans Rev W C, M E minister 7
F.mstrum M, restaurant 3
EntricanDO, farmer 3
Entrican H K, emp Dav F Co 1
Eccles W H, mgr Oregon Lbr Co ..... 10
tmry si l, cider mill 7
Evans N C. fruit itrower 7
Esson It E, clerk Williams' Pbarm... 1
Elliott Harry, paper hanger 3
Emmons A L, meat market 3
Ewers James, laborer 2
Evenger 0 B, edgeman O L Co 6
Edgington Dr J, physician and iur... 6
Everett V L, principal high school.... 3
Early RE, ulainerman 8
Eckrat P F, farmer 7
Erb Miss Anna, domestic 1
Emrlck Ed, clerk Mt Hood hotel.,,. 1
Evans , night clerk Waucoma. , , , 1
Ford Isaac, laborer ,,, 6
Fletcher J B, merchant , 2
Frint M F, laborer 6
Flood A J, mason . . . , 3
Foster Charley, logger 4
France, Mrs ALD 1
Friedley A J, carrier R F D No 1.... 1
Flynn Barney, laborer 1
Ferguson HO, barber 1
Fervel.MrsM M 1
Fabrick G, propr Hood River laundry 1
Ferguson J H, electrician 2
Krang EA, bookk'rfruit growers union 4
Frank 8 J.liarnessmaker 2
Fewel Ed, employe Electric Light Co. 3
Fonts 8 h attorney 1
Fouts P F, propr hotel Waucoma .... 3
til singer Watson, clerk at Crams.... 1
Frederick 11 J, contractor and builder 5
Foley M F, electrician 2
Frazier Joseph, plasterer 8
Gabriel L W, laborer 4
Ganger W, drayman 5
GanoL, stone mason , 4
Geasliug G J, sec'y Hour Mill Co .... 5
Gee Mrs E, bookkeeper 3
Graham A J, of R B Bragg A Co 2
Graham Wm, propr Waucoma factory 3
Gray O H, barW , 4
Gerdes J II, propr Gerdes hotel , 6
Gilbert Clarence, mgr Mt Hood hotel. 1
Gilbert Mrs M A, Mt Hood hotel 1
Godsey R, blacksmith 10
Gill J H, merchant 4
Gould R D, plumber 6
Gllmore Rev W C, Cong'l minister .. 6
Gove 0 F, farmer 8
Gribblo, Mrs W 8 3
Gibbs E W, carpenter 3
Sroisen C R, emp fruit growers un , . , 1
Goff E E. mar E L P A W Co 4
Gatchell A J, carpenter 2
Gray N W, employe Fashion stables.. 3
Gray W H, merchant. ,' J
Gribble Miss K, waitress Waucoma.. 1
Halvorsen C P, baker t
Hubbard Miss I M, book'er F A Cram 1
Henry L, retired. 2
Hall Chas E, prop Williams Pharm,. 1
Hoover J II, conip News-Letter 1
Hanna J E, traveling salesman , 5
Hemerel P, laborer 1
Hall-Lewis PM, architect.. 4
Hershner Harold, clerk Butler bank. 1
Hiscock M W, laborer 2
Hunt R M, well digger 6
Hill Marshall, retired farmer. , 2
Hall R 8, farmer 2
Hicks J II, carpenter 6
Haver Mrs L M, widow 1
Hendricks MissM E, dressmaker,,,. 1
Howe II L, land oillce 6
Hart Charley, lumberman 4
Hopper W if, employe O L C. ....... 2
Hubbard Richard, teamster. 5
Hemman Mrs B, clerk F A Cram.... 2
Hunt B F, night clerk Mt Hood hotel 3
Harrington J E, cook 1
(Continued on page 8)
. A. R. and W. S. C. Installation.
Hood River, January 14, 1906. Ed
itor Glacier : As a guest at the) ban
quet given by the ladies of Canny Post
W. K. I'., wnicn preoeeaea me instal
lation exercises last Saturday, - will
you kindly allow me apace in your
valuable paper to tell of some things
that transpired and how the ladies
acted well their parts ,iu every partic
ular. In the first place, while the dinner
was hi process of preparation, the
cook stove fell down. The coffee and
the beans, a big pot of the latter,
came down with the store and were
spread over the floor. Consternation
prevailed. During the excitement,
while Mrs. Shoemaker wm trying to
save some of the beans, someone ac
cidental whacked her on the nose
with a stove lid and out gash that
necessitated a patch of court plaster.
Captain Dukes was "Johnny on the
spot" and helped to straighten things
out so that there wm very little delay
In servlns dinner on time. Luckily
there were other batches of beans so
that there wm no shortage of this
necessary vegetable at en old soldier's
banquet. Wood being scarce, Captain
Dukes had to forage, around the back
varda in the neighborhood and pro
cured some old packing boxes. Right
here your correspondent would like
to ask why the management of the K.
ot P. hall allowed the wood box to be
empty when tbey knew the ladies of
the corps were to serve ainner ana
that the rooms had to be heated on
that day? The cooks of the corps al
so found the dishes left In very un
satisfactory manner by the party who
had previously need tnem. The old
storve should be relegated end an up-
to-date cooking range would be the
proper thing for use of the ladies of
the different (organizations who fre
quently serve dinners and suppers In
At a few minutes past 12 o'clock
dinner was announced. Two long
tables were filled with edibles of the
kind that Hood River women are not
ed for serving, and the old army bean
wm served in the style dear io the
appetite of the old soldier. For some
reason the men were all seated at one
table, while the women occupied the
other. Kev.J.w.mgDy was called up
on to ask blessing and responded
In eloauent words. Fair women wait
ed npon the tables and saw to it that
every one sot bis full share of the
good things. There were no after
dinner speeches, probably for toe
reason that the old boys of the Grand
Army were too full for utterance.
At 2 o'clock all gathered In the large
hall used by the W. R. C. The instal
lation sxercises ot the post were first
oonduoted. Captain A. S. Blowers,
senior post commander of Can by post,
was installing officer for the post.
Captain Blowers makes a good presid
ing otfioer and the old veterans of the
post were prompt, so that proceedings
passed off without a hitch. All the
new otfioers were present to be in
stalled. Colonel a A. Skinner is the
new post commander. He is the
youngest man In the post, is said to
be a bachelor, and in this respect does
not follow up the precepts of our pres
ident But no doubt be has great re
spect for Roosevelt, and there is hope
for him yet. At the conclusion of the
service, Colnel Skinner thanked the
installing omoer for the emotent man
ner In which be had oonduoted the
proceedings, and then announced
that the W. R. C. offloer Installation
wm in order.
The ladies ot the oorns at once took
the floor at eommand of the retiring
president, Mrs. A. S. Blowers. The
Installing otfioer waaannouuoed at the
door of the anti-room, and the con
ductor and the four flag bearers were
commanded to escort her to the altar,
where she wm introduced and saluted,
and thenoejto the president's ohalr.
The retiring president presented the
installing omoer, Mrs. IS. t bhoe
maker, with the gavel, the emblem of
authority in parli men tary usage. The
installing omoer snowed nersell to be
master of the situation and took bold
of the work aa if it wm of every day
occurence. Her every command wm
executed by the conductor and four
Hag bearers in a way that showed per
fect discipline. Every movement on
the floor waa accompanied by appro
priate muBlo on the piano. The lad
ies showed their hearts were in the
work. The esprit de corps of the W.
R. 0. of Hood River is the admira
tion of all the comrades of Canby
Post. At the conclusion of the ser
vices the new ptesident, Mrs. J. L.
Blount, called upon the old soldiers
for remarks, several of whom respond
ed In fitting words mostly in praise of
the excellent work of the W. R. 0.
The new president and the new com
mander Doth promised in tneir re
marks to do their level best to make
this the banner year in the work of
the W. R. O. and U. A. R. and every
one that heard their remarks believes
they will make good their word.
Ibe servloes were putiiio and quite
a number of outsiders aooepted the in
vitation to be present and tbey are
glad they did to.
A Bare Treat.
Those of our people who were for
tunate enonsh to be present at the
entertainment given by the Polmatler
Sisters at the opera House Saturday
evening under the auspices of the K.
or r. lodge, witnessed one oi the fin
est performances of its kind that ever
made its appearance in xiooa xtiver.
Each of these sisters Is a finished ar
tist on her Instument, and the vocal
numbers were exceptionally pleasing.
Mr. llHohoook as a monologist wm
away above the ordinary and pleased
the audience immensely. Uls char
acterization of the old minister watoh
ing his boy in a foot ball game wm
superb and was thoroughly enjoyed
by those in attendance.
J. he audtenoe was exceedingly sum
and 'twM a pity that our people did
not more generally realize what a Due
attraction it was and greet the Sisters
with an audience in keeping with Uie
It seems that the people have been
fooled so often in attractions that
have appeared here that tbey are wil
ling to miss a good entertainment
rather than ran the risk of striking a
At any rate the majority or tne
theatre going Inhabitants missed
something out of the ordinary
when tbey failed to be present and
hear the Polmatler Sisters.
Has Not Forgotten Hood Rivers
Bnlow we print a letter from A. A.
Graham, who formerly lived in Hood
Ktver and went away zor nis neann.
Mr. Graham is well known here and
that he bus not forgotten Hood River
is evidenced from his communication
wbioh reads as follows :
The Hood River Glacier.
Uei.tlemen : Send the Ulaoier to my
address. 712 West 3rd st., LosiAngeles,
California and oblige. I cannot do
without the Glacier. 1 want to read
about my good Hood River frieuds.
Want to read in the Ulaoier all about
that "wish bone frnit olty" happen
ings and the world's famous apple and
strawberry country. I want to adver
tise it m much as possible and will do
so by keeping your exoellent up-to-
oow Ulaoier on display so as ail wno
pass by may read.
Hood River la well advertised down
this way, and all easterners that I
have talked with know or the iiooa
River country. This Is quite a good
country, but "the" country is the
raoino JNortDwest, . tne oia uregon
oountry. The warm winter climate
here is all tnat noids me. wm stay
here a year or two, then' work to the
racino Northwest, "wnere koiib tne
"Onward, on rolling uregon. Tea;
keep on, keep on rolling on and on."
This Is the "olty or tne Angeis."
The Angels, however, are not as pretty
as the Hood River girls.
I wish the Glacier and all liood
Rlverites a happy new year. Yours,
ALBKKT A1NSUH UKA11AM,
Busy All Along the Line.
The railroad contractors are now
Setting busy all along the line. There
i one camp at the Straight place
about three miles above Bingen, an
other is about to be established on
the Henderson place and still another
at or near Bingeu. Those three with
the one Just below white tsaimon is
getting them in pretty thick and ought
to show speedy results. Ed Suksdorf
has a oontrrxt for clearing a consider
able of the right of way along the line
and bM a gang of men outting and
burning brush and trees along the
line. White Salmon Enterprise.
Big Butte, the historic old moun
tain just west of Butte, Montanna,
which pieices the sky at an altitude
of about 9,000 feet, a land mark and
after which Butte wm named, has
been sold for 33 and one third eenta
at a delinquent tax sale. The proper
ty wm bid in and only after the map
bad been consulted wm it known that
the tmountain had gone for a third