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HOOD KIVER, OREGON, MARCH 15, 1906.
Id (il) RIVER LODQK NO. 105, A. P. and A.
M. Meet siHiurday .evening on or before
each lull imam. A. 8 lll.owKHS, W. M.
1). Mt bo.NAi.u, Secretary.
Ill 1 1) HI P.R CM APTK.R NO. 7. R. A. M.
.Viceta lire! mid third Prlday nights of eaok
mi nil,. D, UcUONAl.u, H. P.
A, I). M OK, Secretary,
HOOD KIVKIt CHAPTER NO. S, O. E. S.
MeMa second and lourlb Tuesday evening
ol each month. Visitors cordially weloomeif.
MKS. T. J. KIHHAIKD, W.M.
Mks. Thebksa castnbb, Secretary.
IDLP.Wll.I'E LODUENO. 107, I. O. O. F.
Meets lu praterual bull, every Thursday
night. R. U. Pabkott, N. (i.
A li at Nkal, Secretary
EDEN KNCAMPMENT.NO. 48, 1. O. O. f.
Regular meeting second and fourth Monday!
of each month. H. C. Cook, 0. P.
11. C. x.mith, Scribe.
L Al'RKL RKHKK AH DEGREE LODGE NO.
M, 1. u. 11. ! .-Meets Ural and third Fridays
In eacn nionlti.
Mks. E. W. Udell, N. 0.
Mas Doha Thomson, secretary.
WAl'COMA LOIHiE NO. 80. K. OF P.
totets tu K. ol P. hall every lueaday n.fbt
1 HOD. P. JOHNBOM, C. C
V. C. UnoOK, K.ol R. and 8.
H 'ill KIN EH CAMP, NO. 7,703, M. W. A.
.icita 111 li, 111 P. hall every Wednesday
mK 111. K S. ilAYla, V. C.
c. t. DAKiH.Ueik.
uoi'li 1IU LH CIRCLE NO. 624, WOMEN OK
Wiaslcialt-.Mecis al K. ol P. ball on the
1! 1 hi nrui Hum Kuu)of each mouth.
I.OU MCKEYNOLUS, li. N,
F. W. Mci.KVNoi. Hi, Clerk.
tU Kt.WUfc UUHJKNO. Ml A. O. U. W.
Aims lust and iniru isaluiday f eaeli
11. ,,11111. K 11. Blauo, M. W.
h. 1. i,u ilu.s.Y. r In.uic er
v iii-,air.a -in 'I s.. It. corner.
iiLi. I .v A-fK i 0. Ita U.olTKll AR'i
w.os .,ivt, 11, urv mid third Wednea
uio, w.-iii. . com. auu lourth Wcdueaoays
Allle.liis' nun. ti. W. 1'UOMHSON, M. A.
L. 1). hs.nki. 11, ot 1 r uiiy,
CtTl'I'.l ui Ol K1V EH NO 42, KOREhTKRB
01 .uiti n u, Meets aecouu and Inurtn Mou
mis in each limn n 111 K. 01 P. ball.
r-EMiCA P. fOUTH, C, R.
P. I . liKOSlUS, I .
CA-HY l'ciST, No Iti.O. A. R.-MEE'W AT
A. O. U. V. . hull, second aud loui lb (Satur
days 01 each month at 2 o'clock p. m. All
U. A. It. niembera invited to meet wl'.h un.
8. A. hk inner, Commander.
Thomas (ions, Adjuiaui.
CANHY W.H.I'., No. M-MEETt 8ECOND
iiitu n.tiiti, i-aturoayaoi each MonLb In A,
u. L. V. uah i i p. 111.
Ki.i.k.n Iii.ol'nt, President.
Ukuthcok B. lNiiLKM, heerelary
MOUNTAIN HOME CAMP NO. 8409, R. N. A.
.tiet't-s at the K.ol P. Had on the aecoud aud
luuiili tlniiOni'l euetl lllonlh.
iti Kn. c ahkik Uhosi ua, o.
AIks. ELLA 1'AhiN, Kicoruer.
J. h WATT, M. D.
1CIAN AND eUKUEON.
Tcleph',ur: oilice, isl; residence, till.
rUUOEON O. K. A N. Co.
JRti. MAKY JOliDAN, M.I).
Physician and surgeon.
Oftli'i-K anil HeMdence in E. L. Hinllli building
Over I' 11 Ht N i t. liiiuk. Entrance, rear
01 hank, on Third HL
H. L. UUMBLE,
rilY.ltlAA .uM) bUkUKuN.
bucufMor lo lr. M. P. buaw.
Culls promptly aiuwersd In town or country,
Day or Night.
Telephoties: Ueaiueiice, ml: Office, 813.
Ulliee In tin m'wiua Building.
DR. J. EDGINGTON,
Physician and Surgeon
Otlico over tliu Pirt atlOllal Oank.
uilii e idioiie 1133, Ken. phone 7UX1,
M. F. SHAW, M. D.
Ollicu in JuckHun Block.
Olllce puoue, No. 11. 1. ReKldence, No. SKI.
W. GAVjCjY, m. d.
1'HYpKUN AM) cUKlifcUA
Calls iruui ftiy answered day or night.
I'lh'iie M.1111 &1 ulliee and foaiileiicti.
CHIU'i , Mm ,11 bill, 1,111,1.
0. ii. JiJSlilfcJ, DM.D.
cm! if 1 Ufj iiuttu Hu i.itUg: Work.
Itll'f trvt-i liiuik iil-tfe. H"OU (vui'i, Ult.
1YX. i-..- VVXliljUlly
Hit i-i i.ul mV Muui-O..
J Mi.iiiivii luun ait) uuik iu Hie wtei in
iil mic. lit- i.yui hv iuuiivj u CttiiiUm UL UI
w ni 1 i.m inJc iu ah cuurio.
VtilUc WttU Ocu. iJ. V.UiOt-ItMJU di. CO.
lti 'ft ik LU, Uiii
ATTORN KY-AT LAW. ABSTRACTKB.
n.v ul'lil If mnA REAL
mni 1 . ...... , . . .
For 58 ? reldnt ol iiretonand Wms
Hicten. Hm bad many jeart ezperlenot la
fctal Kftatf maiiera, at abatraetor, wareher at
title and Kgeuu aatlifaotion guaraaitad er
AbitracU Furniihed. Honey Loantm.
Hood Kiver, Oregoa.
p C. BR0HIU8, M. D.
I'll YHICIAN AND BURG EOS.
'Phone Central, or 1SL,
OSic- Honri: 10 to 11 A. IL J f to I
and 6 to 7 P. M.
FOUTS & DERBY
Attorneys at Law
Ho ni Eivrr, Oregon
Joseph A. Wilson
Wooden Water Pipe
For Rent The MairrMtw Horn on C ttrwt;
5n mi. pantry and tan. Fine realdene
wi h modern f mprovr ninU. Urand view,
lu iulrc ol A. W. Untbajik,
We are in position to make
quick sales because ouror
ganization is complete. We
are distribuling" descriptive
matter from our home offices
at Hood River and eastern
agencies daily and the re
turns are coming in rapidly.
W have inquiries from pros
pective investors and home
seekers wanting farm land
all the way from fl venerea to
a large farm. Spring is com
ing on and now is the time
to place your property on
the market if you desire to
sell. We have a number of
people booked from th9
East to arrive in Hood
River within the next
thirty days, ami we aiv
going to hhow them this val
ley Hiid sell them something
before they leavei If you
wish to dispose of any of
your land now is the time to
list it with us. Don't wait
until we are too busy to lo
cate your property. Come
now and leai n more about
our practical system of
rounding up investors. Look
up our references aud find
out who we are and you will
be convinced that we mean
J. II. Heilbronner
Fruit Lands, Real Estate and Insurance
Ground floor new Davidson Bldg.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Hood River Studio
We have the lateat In mount" and can en
large your Phouia In Crayon, Platinoid or
Hepla. Hatlafactlon guaranteed.
W. D. ROGERS, Prop.
The place to get an easy
shuveand first-class hair cut.
Our shop is metropolitan in
Porcelain Baths In Connection
DeBORDE & GREY.
For Sale at the
A. T. ZEEK.
, R.JONES, Dentist
Crown and Bridge Work
Teeth Without Plata.
Treatment of diaeamHl teeth and gum.
Office Broslus Building. Phone 1033.
W. A. Morgan & CO.
Succeor to Ganger 4 Hartley
Heavy and Light Draying
and Team Work, etc.
Phone 1421. HOOD RIVER, OR.
F. Q. C0E
FA Stanley, K. L. Hmite, E. O. Bi.a nchar
Prea. Vlce-Prea. Caaliler.
V, C BbocK, Asst. Cashier.
The First National Bank
or HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Capital and Surplus, $30,000.
P. H. HALL-LEWIS k GO.
Civil and Architectural
Engineers and Surveyors
Make aurveya, plana and eatiinaten for new
er, light and power and railway plant, and
furniah, aubject to approval, plana, specifica
tion! and eatlmatea for all claaaeaof buildinaa
nubile, private and mercantile. Hpecial at
tention elvan to economic and alow-burning
construction. Accuracy aud economy guar
anteed. DAVIDSON BUILDING
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
HOOD UTVER, OREGON'.
S. H. COX
Flam axd Estimate foBjriiiBD.
FREDERICK & ARNOLD,
Batimateafnralahad on all kind of work
Pli-tnua. Aramd. Mala M.
T UUIlfO. F radar to. mim
8IM0NT0N & SONS
Architects and Builders.
ItfCoratlT Fainting-nd Paper Hanglng
Plani furnlxhed. Estimates care
fill I v initde.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
E. A. JEROME,
U-..1 U.,,4 un,ai PAra. oT.mrii.noB in
drMMine and butldiiiif.l wonld reNiwifully
II -1 . a Uaa nnliilllOUU f.f t t . A l.llnlll
Hood Rlvtr who untlrtpate bulldlnt. Ternift
floe at residence on Heights.
CARPENIEK AND lUHUlKU
Figurei and estimate fti tt.i-le-l on
all kind of building und c-'iitibctioij.
H. SEYM0 1 R HALL,
I am qualified and prcpnred lo do all kind
of Brut-claw land aurveylna. Accuracy auar
anteed. Tboae who wla firat-ctaaa work dune
addrraa R. V. D. i., flood River. Phone Mix I.
of McMliinville. 0ri (ro:i. will injure your
property at 60 per cent lens coat tlmn
any other ina.itutiim.
V,. P. K0.-S, Special Agent,
Hood RlYer, Oregon
Quick and Hatisfactory work. Two bath
tubs in connection.
MAT RUSSELL Prop.
Timber and Homestead
I have for location tome choice apple lands
and tlmqer clalmn: aim ralinqulabmenUi and
land to acrlpt. Call on or add rem,
i Wm. f. hand,
Rea. "Phone 376. Hood River. Ore.
C. A. DAN0
Intending purchaser? w uM
do well ti free my list of city
and farm property before pitr
cliHBinif. JULXIE J.J. HIRSHEIMER.
.Pension and Patent Attorney.
223 Waehinglou St., Poi tlan.l, Ore.
P' n-l'in under Wene ral Law and
under the Art f June 27. I MX)
Indian War Penalnna. Inereeae nl l'enaiunn.
father, mother, dependent and helniei child
ren penalon; Nuraea penalona: Wldow'a rea-
toratlon to penaion roll; deaerted wife'a half
penalon; bountiea ana arrear or p nilmi.
Charges of Desertion Corrected.
Claims of all kinda taken anainai the
United Slatea and pnmeciited.
At Hood River every 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
WE WANT LAND
We have buyers waiting for suitable
location in the fruit belt.
Liat your property with We are
located at the hub and give special at
tention to ttia Hood River district.
Portland property to trade for fruit
LANGILLE & RAND
71 Sixth Street, Portland, Oregon
I Timber Land Act June 3, 1878J .
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION'. j
ITnlttil Stab Land ortlee. The KalleM, Ore-'
aon, Peb. ZJ, It"!. Notice ia hereby mvcnthllt .
In compliance wllb the pmvlaioiia or the ai-t
of t'niik-iesaof .luneS, 1HTK, entitled "An act
lor the MtltMil timber landa iu the alulcaof.
t'alifoitiiM. oreKon, Nevada and W'todiintgtnn ;
Territory," aa extended to ull Hie Public '
Und f.taie by ai t of Annum t, Iwj, the fol
Iowiuk named pemona have 11 led In thia otllee
tlielr aworu atatemeuta, to wit:
of Tualutln, county of Washington, atate of
Oregon, aworn statement No. '.'7;, tiled In thia
office January lltli, 1MM, for the purchase of
theSi,NK of acctiond. and K'.,S W4 ol sec. h
twp 1 nortli, ranxe l eaal, V. M.
HATI'IK M. O'CONNOR
of Portland, county of Multnomah, atate of
Oregon, aworn aiatenient No. a;asi, tiled Jan
arv la, IW, for Ihe purelmac nl the laita 6, ,
lu'andll ol section 6, twp, 1 north, range
eaat, W. M.
That they will offer proof to ahow that the
landa aotiKht are more valuable toribe timber
or atone thereon than for agricultural pnr
poaea, and to eatahllah their eliiliua to auld
lands before the rcalater ami receiver at the
land oitioe In The lia'lea, OreKon, on April
They name tlie following witnesses: John
K. lledaea of Hhcrwood, llregoli; Waller
Thninpaon.of Tualatin. Oreinm; Nlla I'. Olaon
of Portland, OreKon; Haitie M. oVoinmr, 01
Pnrtland, jritmi, and John Roin-ita, ol Tuul
Any and all peraonachilmlmt .1 Iwrsclv Hy
of the above-deacl'lbed lanila ntr te.ines'.ed li
tile their clulnia In thia ollh e i,n .,1 1,. r,,re aul
,'tiih (lav or April.
IWaai MH.il A Kl. T. Nl ll. A., li' s. later.
Department nl I be Interim-. 1'iiln.t sii.
Limii tilliee, The lliilli a. i n 'lion. Kih-miry 10
Mill. -A aulllch-nt iMIlleal a vtt I.11VUI.
been filed 111 t 111" idllcil by li-lssel! 1 ...I
ciililt-tstaiit.aaainsl lioniest' ii.l 1 nlry No ,"nl
maileiM-pi. s, 1, l"i- NW' - i-. ti. i,
range 10, K. V. ll.v HaM-. r liiuga, d.v'.i
conleaiee, in which 11 It ull.-i;'-1 tl'.i' snid en
Iryinan dieii mine lluttllivn v.i'-. n : 1I11
Ills lielia h e a Imily niii.i.it. ; I -tint I ,n
for inure then ine nr lle i .t. 1 mi II: 1;
ennlest hei, In; iliiiliuild talllnt'- -nil t-yist 111
are nut One 'o service or t-nl 1 menl 111 in
arniy, or imvi or niHrine eni j.s ni tne I'mti ,
s-iites in ttme 01 war: Hint Hie known lu-n
the aald decease. I entry mail are: -Mary K'tfi:
olMI. Hiaal, lire.; .lohn P. Iluss, I'aldu-ei
Kan i Nancy tlalbraltn, Vouba 1 ity.t'al.; An
10-li e llenderaoll, llenlaoii. 'lexns; K11I1
Wlekery. Caldwell, Kau.; Reuben Rlcga, Ot
lieerina. t'arlbiiL'e, Mo.; John ''. Uius, 1'itl..
well, Kan ; .l. P R tira, I'lann. In : Mr . laaa
J. Itutler, Klt'lialey, Oregon, ll llierc are any
other heirs, theirauatiiea and pluee of resi
dence la unatiown.
Hald panic- and unknown Iteh-a If any 11 r.
hereby notified to ap,Kair, n"aamd und ott.--evideuce
bitichliigaaidalUifiiiii.niit It) o'clock
a. m. on Aprl. 3, lOOrt, before the Kegtater anil
Receiver al the United Slatea Lund Oltlce In
The PhIIcb, Oregon.
The aald conieMant bavins, In a proper nftl
davit, tiled January lit, Itaai, act forth fact.
which aliow Unit alter due diligence persona
service of 1 Ilia notice can im! he made. It ,
hereby ordered and directed that such notici
be given by due and piopet- piiiilication.
MIUHAKL T. .MM. A.N,
NOTICE EI XAL SETT1.EM KN'T.
In the Ci.mily Court of the .State ol Oregon,
for Wa o 1 i..l,-:y.
Ill the lion t.T el' the. state . William Web
ater K. "S. u. " '-.t.-ed, by i'llOrhv I aaa, Adllllllla
Noth-e i. lii r- by given that tin ttndenlgm'ft
lias dnl li:i-'l nerlinal aecinini and reioit as
Aduiii.issliati ix ol the estate nl William Web
ater i'n a. incised, late of llnud River, Die
Vim; witli the i leik of the t'omlty t.'ollrt ot
Waaeo i iiiintv, 111-euon. and Unit the Judge, of
said Cott-. t lias ilx.'d Tuoaday, the -JOth day ol
Mareh, l.ill'i. al I o'clock, p. 111 , nf aald day as
the time, ana tin- Comity Cmirt room at the
liiitlia City, '.v isi-o l.'ount.v. Oregon, aa tile
place lor hearing said final report and ac
count. All iieru.ms liilernli"tt In ald est 11 to are
hereby not: tli-d to iippeur at aald time and
plHce ami show cause, If any there be. why
auld report should not in all 1 h lugs be al lowed,
ratified, approved und confirmed, aud the
said Administratrix discharged and her
hondKineti enoneraied and released. Thai tin
on.er of said court is dated the 12th day of
February, I'Ati, and provides lor rotir w.eka
publication ot the aald notice, consecutively,
III the lleod liiver Glacier.
Hateol ft ist (iiiblk-atlou hereof le February
Hated at Hood ltlvcr, Oregon, this Hill day
of February, 1WHI.
10. II. Ilartwig Administratrix.
NOTICE FOll PUBLICATION.
United Ktatea Land oiflce, The Dalles, Ore
gon, Jan. .HI, rjim. Notice la hereby given
that the following-named aettler baa filed no
tice of his Intention 10 make final prool In
aupart of his claim, and that said proof will
be made before the Register and Hecelver at
The Dalles, Oregon, on March 22, llaal, viz:
(ilARI.KH K. KPENCKR
ot Mount Himi.I, Oregon, on II. E. No. 721, for
the HK't.N W ' ,, Iota :l, 4 and 5, Section 6, Tp. 1,
8., Range 10 Iv, W. M.
He naniea the following wltneaaea U) prove
hla continuous residence upon and cnltlva
lion of aald hind, via.: Warren M. kaiier,
Herman II. Mi era, nacar Preden burg and
John Rlea, all of Mount Hood, Oregon.
IXulH MICH ALL T. NOLAN, Register.
ITIniber Lund Act Junes, 1S',8.I
NOTICE 1'Ul'. I'UHLICATION.
United Htatea Land office, The Dallea, O'e-g'in,Mari-li,s
IW. Notice la hereby given that
In coliiplliilice Willi the provisions of the ael
of cony r'-ss 01 June :i, IsTK, entitled "An act foi
the aale 01 limber lands lu the states of Cali
fornia, iiretfon, Nevada, and Waahlngton
Territory, "aa extended lo all the Public Land
Slates by act ol 11g11st 4, UM,
.IK-SK I. WliKRHT
,t iloldendale, coiiniy nl K llckltat, stale ol
WHslilngion.il a tills ilay filed in tills olllce Ilia
mo'i stat'-ini-ni No. J"iil. for the iilrchaae ol
tlieli'jSK'i snil K'.Nwli ofaeeiion No. II,
in biwnsinp No l n'n in. ranee No V K., W.M ,
iiKiwillolt 1 prool lo showthat the landaought
lamoie vniuahti- lor its limber o atone than
lor agrii-lii'mal puiposts., and to establish
his calm losnid le mi before Ihe Register and
It.-ceiver, at flic luilles. Oregon, the 2aib day
01 Map h !'
Ileiianiesas wit esses: H. A. Vt hurry ol
t'o'lins, Vi n-lili uiii; Cal Wugela of The
I ih I it , 1 Ti no- ; I' Hia-.s iJisir ol Wyelh, Oie
g. 11; R0I.111 W 11. "f W yelh. Or. goll.
Am an-1 a-1 pi-r-nii-i'lr.1 111 1 liar adversely till
-,!,'. e .les Itn ; la-.'t- ale requesleil to lll
la 11 claims 111 Ho- .tli -e 011 or before said
lin ,1a. 01 VI. o- li, i'-"
J-jH n.SH Mli II vl-.l.T. NOLAN, lleglster.
Lureka Meat Market
M.i,lTI!i. I'.ivOS., l'r.psi.
I) iilfisin l-tv-li mil Cured Me:i'n, I.ttrd
I'.nilti v, I -'lints anil Veetublea.
Flee 1). 1 v. rv. I'hone Mnitl X5.
A. W. Bstes & Co.
Real LsUtte Dealers
1 1 onif.-t cii ' 1 and timber
claims, dairv and fruit land.
Apples, lici i ii'saiitl chci rics a
stn'finlt v. Also sonii' bar-
trains in timbi-r land. Otllee
over dni;r store, Jewel t ave.,
White S;ilint)ii, Washington.
If You Want
of tin; best 4-year-old
Spitzenberg &. Newtown
Orchard that ever laid
outdoors, call or write to
SHEPARD & FRANZ.
18 A CANDIDATE
FOR U. A SENATOR
E. L. Smith out for that Office Did Not
Want to be Governor or Congressman
Announcement Comes as a Surprise
Who Saturday surprised his friends and
the present mouth Mr. Sinitn had
The uniiottiiceiiient in SiiikIh.v'h Ore
onitin (hat I',. L. Smith httd decided
t i In t'o n a eandiihito for V. S. SJimih-
or whs read with 111110I1 interett by
ilootl Kiver citizens. Mr. Smith hnd
been announced as a candidate no tro
luctitiy by riirioiiH papers in the i-tuto
t tut his follow townsmen lnul lieconio
somwehal sketitical in reurd to his
enttriiiK tho politit'iil aiena. The
muoiiiM imient in the oiiliiiiins of
the above inetitioneil paper tolls
how it wad brought about and Rives
his views in regard to his canpidacy.
Lnt est of the Republican iispltitnta
fur tliti United States St-iiatorHhip in
Oregon to niiiioiimin his candidacy Is
E. L, Smith, of Hood Kiver, who con
sented early in tho week to run for
that olllco instead of for tho (iovorn
orsliip, for which he hits been boomed
Mr. Smith's announcement was
made a surprise in political circles,
for it was supposed he would run for
the tioveriioi'ship, if lor any ottlce at
all. The Senators-hip huti been his
choice all the time, but inauy of his
friends insisted on his running for
(lovernor, and for a tinio lie yielded
to theii wishes to the extent of saying
he would do to il siibs't initial assurance
should ru. i.e. to l.iai ll'oni the state
that he was wanted for a candidate.
Ilia friends found a strung; sentiment
lor him for Keniilor; besides, the time
was griming into tor a new man iu tho
race tor Governor. Consequently Mr, j
Smith is pui'nuini tho nisi) he ex-1
pressed before a group of his friends ';
111 the roi'UUiH i Intel, w l.on lie said lie
preferrod to run tor Senator thau for j
Before returi leg to Hood liiver Sat
urdHV, Mr. Sir. ith said :
"A n mber of the representative
men of tha stale, finding that 1 would
not become a andidate lor the guber
natorial noniin uion, have united iu
reipiehling me lo hecotuo a candidate
for the nominal ion for United Slates
Senator. They profess confidence, in
my ability to 1 under the s Hie valuable,
service at Washington.
"1 have yielded to their wishes so
far as to consent to their filing peti
tions placing 11. y name on tho nnni.
Hutting ballot. 1 have said to them
that 1 believe it to bo tiie spirit of
the direct primary law Unit nomina
tions should come diiett from the
people, without undue intluonce. 1
also said that prior to tho primary
election I would not initku a canvass
uor personally solicit support.
My ti ienilH kiitiw ll-i.t 1 have not
sought tu n;a'u: luyn 11 a candidate,
und that 1 was sloiv lu consent to it.
Further con .i'lcriilii.n of my cundl
dacy rests with the voters of Oregon. '
Mr. Smith hits been a stanch licpuh
lictin since he rust his maiden vole in
IHtkJ f,r Abraham Lincoln, lie is one
ot the 40 sui viting members of the
California legislature t.f lWio 01). On
the recommondiition of William II.
Hewell ho was appointed Secretary of
Washington territory in InCti and sub
siuently took part in the dclibciationa
of the council of the territory.
In IhTU Mr. Smith established his
residence at Hood K'vi-i, where he
atifl lives. His capacity for business
crittini ition soon made itself itintii-tci-t
in Ktisti't 11 Oregon und this, to
gether e ith Lia) devotion to the inter
eats of the coiiin.unity of which lie
a as a member, led the Kcpiihlicans ot
wasco County, in IHnH, to nominate
him by unanimous vote as represents-
tivo .111 the State Legislature, lie wai
e et tcd and became speaker of the
j house in the sei-atou ot lwll. During
I that session h secured, wild theaaeis
1 tancs of IU tolle-gtie, 10. O. McCoy,
the passiige t y the house of the bill
tiiiuruiniutiiiu i).(MA) for construct
ing a portage roan arotinii tne rapius
at Cascade Lnck-. ltils Kill was re
ported from the House committee
oii,fiui.l.y with tie recouimendation
; that it do not pass.
j Eifteeu yeats ago, when the otgani
a.tlou called the "Colubmia liiver
I Waterway Association" was founded,
composed of delegates appointed by
Mayors aud County Courts, Mr. Smith
was selected as president of the body,
and served with eminent success for
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E. L. SMITH OF THIS CITY
admirer, by announcing; himself an a candidate for U. S. Senator. The first of
been a resident of Hood River for thirty years and has been an closely
the progress and prosperity of the state as any ninn in it.
three yeBrs. A number of meetings
were held, principally at Portland,
Astoria and Vancouver uid at one of
these, United States Senators Oolph
aud Mitchell, and Representative Her
mann were prosent and individually
acknowledged their iudebtedmss to
Mr. Smith for his aid iu that enter
prise. In national irrigation Mr. Smith
has taken a prominent part. He at
tended the National Irriagtiou Con
gress at Ogdeu, Utah, and at Kl 1'bso,
Tex., and was chosen, along with Gov
ernor Pardee, of California, Uovjruor
Morrison, of Nevada, and Senator
Newiands, of Nevada, to make one of
the ieplieg to the formal addross of
welcome. He whs elected one of the
vice presidents-at large and with otbei
members of the Oregon delegation se
cured tho meeting of the national Ir
rigation Congress recently held at
Portland. He is a personal friend of
l' 11. Newell, chiof of the Uuited
States Roclamniation Service, and of
Gilford Piuchot, chiof of the Forest
During tho past year Mr. Smith has
been commissioner at large and chair
man of the Oregon State Hoard of
Hot I ictiltttro. He is also president of
the Northwest Fruitgrowers' Associa
tion. The cause of horticulture iu
Oregon has hen advanod by no one
more than by Mr. Smith and he has
derived no pnouniary benefit himself
Irom bis ell'orts iu this direction.
This is true also of his splendid ser
vice as president of the Oregon State
Mr. Smith was one of the McKiuley
Presidential Electors in 18'. Hi, and in
the campaign made a speaking tour
through the counties of Josephine,
Douglas, UniHtilla, Union, Sherman
and Wacso, del raying expenses of the
trips .largely out of his own pocket.
Underctandlng that the spirit of the
primal y law contemplates that the
people should make the nomination
themselves, Mr. Smith has entered
into no combination aud has solicited
110 man's support iu advance of the
primary election. He will forward
his re lunation as president of the
State Hoard of Horticulture and of
tho State Development League without
delay and trusts that bis example will
furnish a precedent that will keep
such oiguuiaztions fiee from politics.
Iter W. ( Flint Jr.. Formally
Kev. William G. Eliot Jr. was for
intilly installed as patorof the Church
of Our' Eiiiher (First Unitarian) la-t
night The services were largely ai--ended
ami were impressive. Mrs. L.
W Kitton, on behalf of the congregation,
prd ii nn d lite tu t of iuslallatlon by ex
tending the liulit hand of fellowship to
the new minister.
Mr. Eliot has occupied the pulpit of
the church sinse the resignation of Dr.
George Crosnell Crssy and was re
cently tendered call to the pastorale
by the congregation. The installation
services were participated in by several
proiiiinaiit ministers. The sermon of
the evening wus delivered by Kev.
Samuel A. Eliol, U. I)., president of the
A merican Unitarian association and one
of tho leading members of Ihe faith in
the Untied States, who is a son of Presi
dent Eliot of Harvard und a cousin of
Dr. T. L. Eliot, father of the new Uni
tarian minister. Kev. Frank A. Powell
of the Salem church and Kev. F. W.
Small of the Fiist , Univcrsalist church
assisted in the ceremonies. Portland
MOUNT HOOD TRAINS
NOW RUNNING TO DEE
With the completion of the Mount
Hood railroad to its present terminus
I at the newly established town of Dee
' the other construction and Improve
ments which It is the intention of tbe
company to make will now Le pushed
I forward rapidly.
1 The most Lnpcrtant of these is the
! mill which is 60x270 feet with addi
tions of 30x00 feet and 10x00 feet and
required 300 square feet of rubbered
roofing. The mill will have a capacity
of 200,000 feet per day and when la
lull operation will require from 3UU to
i00 men to cperate it.
A hotel containing 30 rooms Mill be
erected as fast as supplies can be got
on the ground and also a residence for
w. ll.Ecolos, small houses for tha men
will be built and a supply store erect
ed and stocked. Other improvements
or a smaller nature will be made about
the place and when the big mill gets
into full swing a busy scene will be
presented there. The mill will be run
by eleotrcity from the Immense water
powers at hand and it baa been the
aim of the company to get the road
completed as far as that point as soon
us possible iu order to get the mill
started. The machinery will now be
shipped out to the struotur - and plac
ed In position and the road bed bal
lasted up as time permits so that the
heavy euglnes will be able to go over
The new town of Dee was named
after Judge Dee, who was vice presi
dent of the oompany and died abiat
Delays In Kate Declslens.
From an address by Samuel Sp-ncer
bclore the City Board of Trade of . New
ark, N. J.
"It has la-en claimed from ntauy
sources, some high in authority, that
the necessfty for expediting decisions in
case of complaints to the Interstate
Commerce Commission, constitutes one
1 f the chief reasons for additional leg
islation granting to the Commission the
power to revise and name rates and
innke them effective, prior to review by
court. This view is founded apparently
upon lack of information as to where de
lays have ocrured or a misapprehension
aa to their causes.
lie chief delays complained of have
been undoubtedly with the Commission
and not with the courts The Coiimiis.
sion tin a presented to it in eighteen
years about 4,000 complaints, many re
iiirirg prolonged investigations and
hearings, and in addition to the time
consumed thereby much additional
time must have been requ red to dis
pose of the 3,200 complaints In whicn
there were no lornial hearings and no
record, lu tbe same period United
States courts, with twenty-niuie Circuit
Judges and seventy-eight District
Judges, have been required to review
but fourty-tjve cases.
"Tne Commission has rendered two
hundred and nineiy-Beven formal de
cisions. The Unhed States courts
have llnally decided thirty-four. T e
Commission ban pending before it In
the neigh boorhood of seventy cases, and
the courts had pending at the date of
the Commission's Inst report, five cases
for the enforcement of the Commission's
orders. It has never been claimed that
the Interstate Commerce Commission
has not been fully employed. It can't
be claimed from this record that the
court dockets have been clogged by
cases arising under the Interstate Com
"It is not difficult from this to draw
fairly accurate conclusions as to where
delays are likely to have occiirrrd, or
is to what would be the result in point
of delay if power should be granted to
the Coin mission to prescribe and make
effective future rates even upon com
plaint and bearing only."
Xew Machinery for the ol I Bun.
S. H. Cox returned from Portland
last week, where he repoits that tbe
Gold Kun Mining Co. have purchased
X) worth of machinery for their
mine near Cape Horn, and are busy
installing it The machinery consists
of air copmresHor, drills, etc. Tbe
water power at tbe mine a sufficient
for all the power that they will want
for some time, and considerable ma
chinery can be added without look
ing elsewhere for power. This is a
big item, and will belp to swell the
The day before tbe stock was in
creased to '25 cents per share, Mr.
Cox sold over 11100 worth, which gave
tbe company sufficient money to pay
for the new improvements.