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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, MARCH 22, 1906.
(I III i u- itbi :
Jk V IV LI II V ii.. It V lis!
QS 'n - f s-
mooji Riven unm no, ion, a. r, and a.
M.-Mwu Sumrduy evening an orbtttars
mc-li full moon. A. 8 Blowers, W. M. .
l. MuDumaUi, Secretory.
UOOD RIVER CM AFTER NO, . R. A. II.
Mrtn first sou tlitrd Kridsy nights of Mh
mooch. D. McDonald, H. P.
A. 0, Moc, Hecretory.
HOOD KIVER CHAPTER NO.SS.O. E.S.
Meets second unci fourth Tumdiy veninc
of each mouth. Visitors cordially welcomed.
Mm T. J. Kikhaihd, W. At.
Mm. Thbbbba Cawiii, UuewUry.
IDLKW1UIK LODGE NO. 107, L O. O. f.-Mt-eu
in fraternal hull, every Thursday
night. H. U. Pakott, N. O.
Auu Nkal, Beoretary
EDEN ENCAMPMENT, NO. , I. O. O. .
Kecnlar meeting Hound and fonrlh Mondays
of each month. H. C. Cook, C P.
H. C. smith, Bcrlbe.
L AUREL REBEK AH DEGREE LODGE NO.
01, 1. o. O. K.-Meata Unit and laird Fridays
lueh month. E Q
Mas. Doka Thombon, becretary.
WAUCOMA LODGE NO. SO, K. OK P.
Meattln K.of P. ball every Tuesday niabt.
. Tho. F. Johnhok, C. 0,
V. C. Bkock, K. of R. and n.
HOOD RIVER CAM P. NO. 1,708, M. W. A.
jueeu in v. ui . ukii " , ,
HOOD RIVER CIRCLE NO. 621, WOMEN OF
Woodcraft-Meets at K. of P. nail on Uia
Hrstand Third Fridays of each montb.
Loo McRiykoldh, U. N.
K. W. McRetmolds, Clerk. .
H1VKK81DE LODGE NO. 8 A. O. U. W.
Meets am and Ibird Saturdays of each
month. K. H. W.A4MJ, M. W.
E. B. Bradlry, Financier .
Chkhtkh BUUTa. Recorder,
OLETA ASSEMBLY NO. 108. UNITED ART-
lsam-Meets tbe first and third Wednea
days, work; second and fourth Wednesdays
Artisans' ball. G. W. TuonraoK, M. a.
C. D. muucu, Hecrttary.
COURT HOOD Bl iSR NO. , FORESTERS
of America, Meets secouu wo mmu
days in each montb In K. of P hall.
Sen boa r. Fours, C. R.
F. C. Baosius, F. C.
CAN BY POST, NO. 10,0. A. R. MEETS AT
A. O. U. W. hall, second and lourth Satur
days of each mouth at 2 o'clock p. tn. All
G. A. R. members Invited to meet with as.
S. A. Skinmb, uommanaer.
Thomas Gosa, Adjutant.
CANBY W. R.O..NO. Ie MEETS SECOND
and fonitn Baturaaysoi eacu nuaui ui a.
o. U. W. ball at H p. m. .
Ellis Blouht, President.
GiRTKUDB B. IhuLks, Secretary
MOUNTAIN HOME CAMP No. R. N. A.
Meets at the K. of P. Hall on tbe second and
fourth Fridays ol eaen nionin.
Mhm. CABRia Bbosius, O.
Mas. Ella Dakin, Recorder.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Telephones: Office, 281; residence, 811.
SURGEON O.K. AN. Co.
JJKS. MARY JORDAN, M. D.
Phvsician and Sursreon.
Offices and Residence In E. L. Smith Building
u,u. V . i iiualv Knlrunm IW.r
of bank, on Third St. '
H. L. DUMBLE,
PHYSICIAN AND 8UEGE0N.
Successor to Dr. M. F. Shaw.
Calls promptly answer 3d In town or country,
Telephones: HuHlclnnce, 611: Office,ll.
Olllce In tbe llroslus Bulldinf. .
Physician and Surgeon
Office over tlif First National bank,
Oftl' plume 14S3. Res. phone Tf,X,
M. F. SHAW. M. D.
Ullive in Jackson Blrick. .
(illl(f p'toiir. No. II. I. RoKldolice, No.W3.
W. GAVEY. M. D.
PllYSItlAX AN I) .-,CKGhO
ChIIs iroinitiy answered tlity or night.
I'lione Main 681 ulHee and residence.
Oltii't', Stnilli Building.
H, D. W. PINEO,D.D.S,
Ckown liitiixiK Work a Sceualtv.
rirft Nutionu! Bank
C H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
DENTIST. . v
Kprcialist ou Crown an.l Hi idge.Mlork.
Telephones: olUou, reHldeuee, Ut. ;
Oloe over liuuk UMg. Hood River, Ore.
M. E. WELCH,
THE VE1EUINAUY SlR(t0S.
Is prepared to do any work In Hi. veterin
ary line. He can be round by calling at or
phoning to Clarke s drug store.
E. H.HART WIG,
Will Practlos in All Court. : '
Office wirb Ueo. U. Culberuon Co. Cos
lections, Abstract, Hettlerneux of jlaU).
IklOOD K1VKK, OKKtsOA. ,
J0HH LEL15P HENDetlWOW '
ATTOtWIT-AT LAW. ABaTEACTIl,
TAKT PDBUO and RIAL
For tt Tars a tMtdant of Oragoa aa WaaV
tigten. Has had aaay yeass aaparlaaaa la.
sal bUU Battars, as abatraalar, aarokst a
su. .n aaaai. gettsfaotlaa gwraataa4 at
a ckarga. . . '
Abttracta Furnished. Menejr LaasiaA.
Hood BlTr, OTafoav
p C. BR08IU8, 1L 1 :
' rHYBICLiif JjrO'tUidlOK
Phone Central, of 111. '
OBee Bonn: 10 to 11 A, H.J I te
and 8 to T P.M. - V
FOUTS & DERBY
Attorneys at Law ,
Broelus Balldlng ;v
Hood River, Oregon
Joseph A. Wilsqn
Agent for ...
Wire Wound .
Wooden Water Pipe
IS YOUR LAND
Have you more than you
can handle advantageously ?
Is there any other trnct
that you would like I o have?
Have you land that you
want to sell ?
Would you like to buy or
trade for city or out of town
Have you been down to
Don't you think you had
better come around ?
It might be we can be of
some service, out in any
event call around and say
We will be glad to know
J. II. Heilbronner
Fruit Lands, Real Estate and Insurance
Grcind floor new Daviilw n BMg.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Hood River Studio
We bave the latest In mounts and ran en
large yonr Photos In t'rayo:i, Platinoid or
Hepla. Satisfaction guaranteed.
W. D. ROGERS, Prop
The place to get an easfi
sha veand nrst-tlass hair cut.
Our shop is metropolitatt in
Porcelain Baths in Connection
DeBORDE & OREY.
For Sale at the
A. T. ZEEK.
PR. JONES, Dentist
Crown and Bridge Wort
Teeth Without Plate.
Treatment of dlaettaed teeth aud guma.
Office Broalus Building. . Phone 1033.
W. A. Morgan & CO.
Suecemort to Ganger & Hartley
Heavy and Light Draying
and Team Work , etc.
Phone 1421. HOOD RIVER, OR
F. G. COE
rrea. Vh'e-Prwi. Clilr.
V. C. PKOCK. Aaal. t'lilr.
The First National Bank
OF HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Capital aid Surplnn, $30,000.
P. I HALL-LEWIS & CO.
Civil and Architectural
Engineers and Surveyors
Make surveys, plans and estlmatea for sew
er, llKht and power and railway plants, and
furnish, subject to approval, plans, specifica
tions ana estlmatea ror an classes oi ounuims
public, private and mercantile. Special at
tention (lvn to economic and slow-burning
construction. Accuracy aud economy guar
anteed. DAVIDSON Bt'ILDINU
hood river, oregon.
STRANAHAN & SLA YENS,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
S. H. COX
run a Eitimatm FvaaiaMs).
FREDFRICK & ARNOLD,
KatlaaaWi farnliheoi oa all klnda of wark
Phnnaa- A run I. Mala 8V
r nonea. rnderua. .-
SIMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
Decorative Painting and Paper Hanging-
Plana furnished. Estimates care
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
E. A. JEROME,
N..i. h.ri bavpui veAi-s' eirjerlenee in
.trim,.. hniifiintf 'I would resueetfully
solicit a part of the patronage of the people of
Hruwl Kiver wuo llilPivaie upiiwiiik. .-
reatfn:ible. a id satisfaction guaranleed. Of-
floe at residence on Heights.
CAKPENIEK AND lU'ILDER
Kiimrea and estimates furnir-hed on
all kinds of building and cmtriiclinK.
H. SEYMOUR HALL,
I am unallfled and prepared lo do all k inds
of Arst-claw land surveying. Accuracy guar-
anteed. Those who wist nrsi-cituw nun uune
address R. F. D. J.,' Hood Biver. roone nuxi,
THE OBEGON FIRE BELIEF
of Mclinnville. Oreifon, will injure jour
oronertvat B0 per cent le cost man
any other institution.
i . r. ku.Wi oneom ageni,
Hoo4 RIti r, Oregon
Quick and satisfactory work. Two bath
tubs in connection.
MAT RUSSBLL Prop.
Timber and ; Homestead
I have for location some choice apple land
and tlmqer claims; also relinquishments and
land to script. Call on or address.
Res. Phone 378. Hood River. Ore.
C. A. DANO
Intending purchaser! would
do well to tee my list of city
and farm property More pur
chasing. JUDOE J. J. HIRSHEIMER,
Pension and Patent Attorney
22S Waibington St., Portland, Ore.
Pensions under Oaeral lw and
the Aetof Jei7, 1S0.
Indian War Pensions. Increase of Pensions,
f f father, mother, dependent and helpless chlld
1 ren Denslon: Nurses nenslons: Widow's res
toration to pension roia oesenea wne s nair
pension; oounties ana arrears oi pension
Charges of Desertion Carre ted.
Claims of all kinds taken against the
United elates and pronecuted.
At Hood River every fourth Saturday
m each month.
Hood River Marble Works
Am prepared to execute
all order for granite and
marble work, monuments
Also contract for all kinds
of stone masonry, con
WE WANT LAND
' We bave buyers waiting for suitable
locations in the fruit belt.
List your property with nj. We are
located at the bub and give special at
tention to tbe Hood River district.
' Portland property to trade for fruit
hDd LaNGILLE & RAND
71 Sixth Street, Portland, Oregon
fTlmbar Land Act Junes,
NOTICE FOR PUri.lCATION.
United tttatea Land OftH The llalks. ore-
on. ro. i, lus.-Toi lo. j urei) Ktri'nwiui
in oompllanoe with the provlnlons of the ai t
of Congress of June, lH, euutled "An act
lor tbe saleof timber lands lu the states or
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington
Territory,'' as extended to ull the l'ubllc
Land males oy act oi uu t, imrj, uicioi
lowlng named persons have tiled In this office
their sworn statement, to wit:
JOHN KO BERTH
of Tualatin, county of Washington, stale of
Oregon, sworn statement Mo. 2M, filed In tills
omoe January inn, nww, ."i mr utin-uiuw oi
the 8UN K'i of section 6, and H' , S W i, ol sec. 6
twp 1 north, range east, W. M.
HATTIK M. O'CONNoll
of Portland, county of MultnoinHh, slate of
Oregon, sworn statement No. 2Tsa, tiled Jan
ary!3, 1W6, for the purchase of the Lots 6, ,
10 ana li oi section mil. i uoriu, rsuge v
ut, W. M.
That tbey will offer proofs lo show thst the
lanris snnilit are more valuable forthe t mber
or stone thereon. than for agricultural pur
poses, and to esiaeusn weir cihuiih to aitui
lands before the register and receiver at lite
landnfttoeln The. Dalles, Oregon, on April
They nam the following witnesses: John
K. Hedves of Hherwood, Oregon: n niter
Tbomnson.of Tualatin, Oregon; Nils c. Olson,
of Portland, Oregon; Hattie M. O'Connor, oi
Portland, Oregon, and Jonn Htuwris, ol iuhi-
atla, Oregon. I
Any and all persons claiming adversely any
of the abovelescrlbed lands arc requested to
file their claims in tnisoinceon or ucioie stitti
ith day or April, inn.
mii M1C1IAK1. T.NOLAN, Register.
Department of the Interior,
Olrlce, The Dalles, Oregon, r'ebrnary 10
ben A suftlclent ootueu aritUHVit navinw
tiled in this olflce by KiikhtII (loin
cnntesUnt.aaalnst homestead entry No. "'.I
made (sept. ll, for NWS,, Hec, 20. tp. is.,
ge 10, fi. w. m., oy woiu i niggs, uec o.
eontestee, In which It is auegeti mat aaiu en
tryman died more man two years ago; mat
big heirs huve wholly abandoned said land
for more than one year next prior to til ng
contest herein; t bat said failures still exist and
are not due to service or enlistment In Hie
army, or navy or marine corps ol the United
Htate In time of wsr; that tbe known heirs ol
the said deceased entryman are: Mary Itlggs
or MU Hood, Ore.; John P. Klggs, Caldwell,
Kan.; Nancy Ualbraltn, Youba city, Cal.; An
gelina Henderson, Deniaon, Texas; Katie
uri-k.ru f!lf1wAll Van Reuben lttptrN. (lllv
Hearing, Cartbage, Mo.j John C. Rlggs, Cald
well, Kan.; J. P. K.ggs, Piano. III.: Mrs. Isnab
1 Untlu V Inn.l.u liNunn It lli-ra nmuiu
other heirs, tbeir names and place of resi
dence is unknown.
Hald parties and unknown neirs lr anyare
harebv notlflad to auoear. reaoond and oiler
evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock
in. on April S, 1W, neiore the Register anu
Receiver at the United Hlates Laud Olllce In
Tbe Dallea, Oregon.
The aald contestant having, In a proper affi
davit, Hied January 1, 19ti, set forlh fscts
which show that aiter 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.
Uli'ult'l T Mill. AN
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United HUites Land Office, The Italics, Ore
gon, Jan. .11, ItHJtl.-Nialce is hereby given
that tne lonowiug-lliuneu semcr oas inuu nir
tloe or bis Intention to make rlnsl prool In
support of his claim, snd that said proof will
be made before tbe Register and Kecelver al
The Dalles, Oregon, on March !, lUutt. viz:
ot Mount Hood, Oregon, on H. K. No.72Hl,for
the tl&'ie Wi, IOIS A. 4 HUU 0, (-..'CHOP n, I p. 1,
8., Range 10 K.. W. M.
He names tne louowtng wunesses w prove
bis continuous residence iimiii and cnlllva
tlou of ssld Isnd, vis t Vtarren M. tVaiwr,
Herman H. Myers, Oscar Kredenliurg and
John Rles, all of Mount Hood, Oregon.
rsnla MlCHAKLi T. NOLAN, Register.
ITImlwr IjiiiiI Iff liln. 1 IH7H I
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United Hlates Land Office, The Palles, O'e-
ron.March.6 Woo. Notice Is hereby given that
Tn compliance with the provisions of the act
of eonireas of June 8, 1H78, entitled "An act for
the sale or timber isnns in me states oi 1 1111
fornla. Oregon. Nevada, and WaKhlnuton
Territory,"as extended to all the l'uhilc Land
Stales by act of August 4, 1MW,
JKHflK 1. WHfcRRY
of (Inldendaie. county of Klickitat, stale nl
wasninKton.u stnisuay niea in inisoinee uih
sworn statement No. ctu, ror tne purenase oi
theSNE and of section No. 17,
In townsh u No. 2 north, ranaa No a h.. W.M.,
and will orter proof to showthat I he landsoiiKht
la more valuable for Its timber or stone than
for agricultural purposes, and to establish
his c aim to said land before the KeilHter ami
Kecelver. at The Dalles, Oregon, tbe 2ath day
of March. 1116.
He names as witnesses: h. a. wnerry 01
Collins, Washington: ual. waaels ot tne
Danes, uregoni srancis uran oi .vein, uru
aon: Kobert Warren, or wyelh. Oregon.
Any and all persons claim I nit adversely the
above described lands are requested lo llle
their claims in this office on or before said
8Mb day of March, MM.
JIB wH M1CHAKL l NOIMN.IteflsUir.
Eureka Meat Market
McGUIRE BROS., Props.
Dealers in Fresh nnd Cured MenlH, Lard
Poultry, Krulta and Vegetables.
Free Delivery. Phone Main 35
Timber Land. Act June 3, 1X7HJ
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
United Htates Ijtnd Office, The Dalles, Ore-
son, Jan. 23rd, Usui. notice is nereuy given
tuat tu compliance wiiu me provisioim oi
aet m wiikiw ,JI June o, toio. o
for the sale of timber laads In the stales of
California. Oreaon, Nevaaa ana wasimigioo
Territory," as extended to all the public Land
Htates by act of August 4, Uf.'i,
BUELAH OOTAVlA KOLLEHTON
of Portland, enmity of Multnomah, slate of
Oregon, has this day filed In this olllce his
sworn statement o. ior uiepun-iiaiw m
the lots in and h. section ai, lot 4, secuon ,u
tp. t N., It. l Kast and lot 4, section r, Tp.
north, ran-e 0 K.. W. M.
That she will offer proof to show the lands
sought -are more valuable for the timber or
stone thereon than for agricultural puriMises,
it ml to establish tier claims to sain lauus
betiretbe Keglslarand Receiver at the land
mca in The Dalles, oregou, on may u, r.i
iie names tne lonowillg williesaes: nun i
Olson and W. H. Batlinale of Portland, ore.
Walter Hneed of 8t. Johns, Oregon; V. rraut-
aohy of Hood River, Oregon.
Any ana all persons claiming auverseiy
anv of the above described lauds are rei nest
ed to file their claims In this office on or be
fore tbe said 12tb day of May, I WW.
AllUnAEjL. i. r4Ul.AI,
A. W. Estes & Co.
Real Estate Dealers
Homestead and timber
claims, dairy and fruit land.
Apples, berries and chei rics a
specialty. Also some bar
gains in timber land. Ofllce
over drug store, Jewettave.,
White Salmon, Washington.
If You Want
of the tiest 4-year-old
Spitzenberg & Newtown
Orchard that ever laid
outdoors, call or write to
SHEPARD & FRANZ.
WILL BE FACTOR
IN UPBUILDING OF HOOD RIVER
lilg Mills Willi I'.iioniioiis ( upacities
Will Soon ho In OjuTaliiin nml
Valley Timber l iili.t'd.
While the resident of llood Kiver
ami valley nro ot'cupyiiiK the 'i selves
with the oiiHivatioii of t-truwbenies
and apples annlher industry is htiii
built up Hint cnlr.icii upon 111 Hie
vicinity ot Hood Kncr Unit is poinu to
nieiin tlioiisiiuds ot dcllais to this city.
This reaoiiiTo is in the lmv tracts
of timber hiyiiiK luiek Icwnnl Mount
Hood on both 1 lie eu.-l i.uu I ho tvef t
aides of 11 ml iini. On I liu east hide
the HU'(diase ul t ', , t 1 ' ..errs ol Umbel'
laud two nidi's l.e;.i.mi A iniina oily by
the On'Kon Ltiiubi'i' (.'o:;.pany aint the
election of a hu.o inlii Ihne with u
capacity ot oi r -isi.tw left per day
uieaiia the eio loju.enl ol lruin ,ki lo
'sO nieli. i ii i -ii ii any :niiiiiale lueii
of what this eii, H-. i.o is 5-1 it ii-.t in t Willi
its adjacent I ower .i over -,100 borne
power Mii an- n. is nr. c-.-ai. in vimi
I lie 1 lopi i-i 'I ne.v In. a ol I. en ai'.dt.v-
aminu II. lev in hIj-, 11 any oil the
coast lone u l.iincr eap cily than
this new one ot the Oicmi Liiadici
Oompiiny iht ii i ! run by i lict i i
city, lidded by ilncliicily and can 11
necessary be t-pernl.-il infill ainl titty.
lo nperaln the null will lciiiine lull
1,'J.W lioi'M'p.iwei'. so Hint there wid
lie a surplus huii'piiu'.' of OoO or
SU0, which can be utilized for an,
other purposes, that liin lumber com
pany may see lit. ulli a liulioad,
wUlU'i is last I emu nollen nun condi
tion to inn I'-KuUi' tiaius over it, It
would bo possible to establish any
kind of a factory in industry atlee
by utilizing that surplus pinvef and
shippinn tlio finished product from
there to any part of the country.
The rlenriiiK away ol t!i tuiibei' in
this section w ill also mean tlio open
iiitf of iiiiiny vnlualile acres of iaild
that chu bo used for orelmids as the
oil is rich and deep. On Hie bench
above the mill is a stietch of laud
that it is said will nulo as uml laud
for the cultivation of apples as there
in anywhere in tbe valley. ,Mx or sev-
eu miles hark fioiu the leriunus ol
the new railroad would place Hi ovvors
no further away than those who are
liviiiK in other districts nut on the
east and wort cido and are eon, polled
to haul their Iritit to the O. K. A N.
As to the n.ih'oad its beiielile are
already hcniiiiiiiin to be felt by resi
dents alnnu the line. Hie til.u'iei
ii;UU, thi'Diinh the courle.-y ol 1'i'oel-
ieut Eceles and MttntiKer Kaily of the
Oruuon LumLer t'n., took a rule ovei
the line Sunday and ledicls that
when the road is fully ronipleti d and
conifortablo aceoiuudal ions piov'ided
forthe public- it. will become most
jyiptilar as a ride tor visitors and
tourists 10 t Ule city, um sckihu ia
traetious iilotiK t hid lorn I Kiver between
this city i.nii ll.e i are well woith a
tiin over tin: mud. (iuinif hu ther tip
the line some ot the linei-t urchaids in
the valley can bo seen, nii inK the vis
itor nil impression of what some of the
best kept and most proline tipplo trees
and the accompanying homcsleads in
the famous east side nppjn belt look
like. I'assini! on thnniiih Odell, the
school house of which can bo seen in
the distance hum the train, the road
(joes through it line si reetii of country,
nrriviiiH at Winanst Hy v. rero it.aKain
strikes the i iv l and the srenery be
comes vv'l ', i i i . j'-1 ! ; :i I j irthH'MUe.
Arriving at the i, e , luial.i r town the
immense Iriimo oi tin new mill creels
ti.e h.vi and the lo.-.r ul I he ut eat tor
rent i I until' . i . .' i 1 1 K l.liioiinli the
KtttO ul Lie dam i .11 i lipuu the ear.
Above the iluiii a lail.eul tiriilKe
has lll eady been ron.-l n-et d ovel
whirh t.io Jurjejiuji mad w.ll run to
the null. At one si-ie a 1 ii'ne li.-h lad
der is in COUI :( ul coiisli iiction,
which is beiiii4 In .mi out id the solid
rock and wheii I iced in position will
lie as eniiiu.i . 1. as human hands can
make it l'asMii(f over the briilKO and
ascendiiiu a sli . inclinu ve arrive nt
the lii)fiinK n.iii p heie we are the
Kiiosts of t'h : . Hell at a dini.ei
served by Mr. a d Mrs .Nelson, thai
is so iioi.il ami limiiitilul that the (Ua-
eier man lei Ii I iint. he would like lo
stay oil linen i as i.e is iiib.ni.ed lI
this is a reuul ii oi urience ut the lin
The writer i- invilid after iliui r by
Mr. Bell to hti n hack aways and take
a lonk at the tall timber, but M .miner
Earlv s.ivs it l- ucllini! lain and that
we liiiirl stai t In
our open air v
by W. I' ike, M
and a I Mend win
and who had I'
Fike's on the v .
lilV II. I 'Ull.g lilICK 10
lliiile w.i .lit) joined
1. Hill, .Mr. .Nuwmiui
I CI'Oli.p;.lii(!ll them
I. d I In1, train at Mr
i,ul and -turted for
homo. Now .ml ii'.cii c took on upas
senger or Jet i.i.e oil, sinning that the
leisdetits aioi.g ilio road are beginning
to BPlireciato tlio cniivruicniecs ot It,
At Odell we picked up a ear of wood
for llood iiiver and as we passed along
tho people living in the nearby houses
could bo seen with their laces glued
to the window piuu s or out in the
yards watching Ihe poring ul a meant
of transportation that is destined lo
mean much lor them in li.'.uie
The now mill of the Stanley-Smil h
company on tne olhei tide ul the val
ley is Hearing completion, lis eapac
ity is feiud to be l.iiyinu lt-et per (lay.
Its construction is iu cu ugn ot one ot
the most expel eneed lumiiei' mill men
ou the i,.i.:i.; co.i.-l. l.veilyhing
about tne cm, .-u notion ol Ibis mill is
of the latest mi must improvud pat
tern, i he maehin'iy ami applianeos
about it arc I Jiug I. nut wuliu sub
stuutiallty that provides tor an enor
minis outlay ot money unit insures
the utilizing el eveiy slick of timber
within ti e icidi ot thu mill. It is
expected ti cuimeiice oi.eratioii at
this plant ivkbina lew ilaya, Ihe
main mill wid in t be ml in opera
tiou but an auxiliary plant that is iu
attachment, l nis uujl w ill also have
an electi ic pi int and vvul be lighted
with electricity and can bo run the
full U hours il ueMied
The timber -i. ; ;:v t.c.u' it is iiiiil!'iy,'"B"""ul" i-"'"
to be sullicieut to i,U lor good a many I beret-fore. 1 desire the nomination
years and it i. ill employ m the M,.,K, fron, the republieani" of Wasco county,
, , ..,,, i , i ii . not of anv particular faction, believing
hot bond ot ! men b ... full that my experience has particularly fit
a , on. T be l.im.,'.' vv i 1 be inn. keled J J , .
through its tluii.e which it """l I 01ly m acquired by a practical knowl
wlll be enlarged to accomodate the . , ' . , 1 , .. '
greater capacity ot tho new plant.
Many new automatic uppliuucoa huvo'
been inttslled there which will a'e
much lalor and extents. With this
an lit iu lull operation In addition to
one or two smaller mills that are pro
jected Hood Bivei will become no
small factor in tbe luuilier business in
the state of Oregon.
Hon. A. A. Jajne's Platform.
To Simeon Bolton, County Clerk
Wasco i ouiity. aud to the members of
the Hepublicau party and the eloctois
of the County of Waaoo, comprising
the Tvveuty-nlnth Ltfuislntive 1'istriet
iu the state of Oregon,
1, A. A. Jayne, reside at Hood Kiv
er, Wasco county, Oregon. 1 am a
duly registered member of the Bepub
lican party. If 1 am nominated for
the olllce of representative iu the leg
islative aBsombly, at the prinmry nom
inating election to be held iu the
county of Wasoo, the 20th tiny of
April, BVli, 1 will accept the nomina
tion ami w ill not withdraw, and if 1
am clccti d 1 will tpialily as such
If 1 inn nouiiuatod ami elected, 1
furthr state to the people of Oregon,
as well as to the people of my legisla
tive distort, that dining my term of
ollire 1 will always vote for that can
didate for United States Senator iu
Congreis who has received the highest
number of the people's votes lor that
position at the general election next
preceding the election of a Senator in
Oougiess, without regard to my iudi
i iihud gilt reni'ii.
1 lutlher say that if 1 am nominat
ed and elected 1 wilt tad hf, Uy and to
the best of ability woik for the inter
ei-ts of Wasco county, and every part
I 1 elieve in the letter and spirit ol
the primary election law, and will iu
inciy honorable way encourage carry
ing out its provisions.
I desire printed en the ollleial bnl
lot aft er my name the following words,
"Will vote fci peoples choice for Seu
ator." A. A. JAVNK,
Candidate for nomination.
DECLARED NOT GUILTY
A taso in which 0. W. Drown, piiu
eipul of the Kranktou school wm
charged with assault ami battery foi
punishing one of the scholars nameo
Virgil II. Jones, occupied the atten
tiou of Hocorder Nlukelwu ami a jurj
last Friday afternoon.
The charge was that Mr, llrown had
unreasonably whipped the boy and his
father had llrown arrested. I'ho case
attracted wide spread interest at
fiankton and in this city ami when
the time for tbe trial arrived the city
hall was packed to overturning, llrown
has always borne a good reputation ul
the school and had many friends nl
the trial. Iho boy also hail a good
many sympathizing friends in the an
i'he case was called at 4 o clock, h.
II. llartwig was the attorney for Jones
mil Km uk Menelee, of 'i'ho Dalles, as
-iatant prosecuting attorney, retire
milted tho state. Fonts & Dm by had
tlio case for tfrowti, H. r. Fonts try
ing the ease. A juty nonsisting of-lJ.
Davidson, (l. li. ('astner, 11. K.
Davidson, VV. (). Ash, N. Voting, and
A in. Kennedy had been subpoenaed
mil alter being questioned wero ac-
enled by attorneys for Loth sides of
I'ho prosecution endeavored to
prove that the boy had been unjustly
nml cruelly nunisneii ami Jones was
called as a witness and testilled how
the w hipping had taken place. Dr.
Shaw was also called to testify as tn the
II ects of the punishment, heveriil
it her witnesses wero called by the
prosecution, none of whose testimony
-eenn d to show that phtintill had been
either cruelly or iinreasonubly pun
ished. Ihe profociit ion then rested its
Attorney FonU then read citations
if law on similar cases giving school
teachers the auUioritv tu punish re-
ractory scholars vvilliin a reasonable
limit ami made u motion that Justice
Niekidseu direct the jury to render a
verdict of not guilty.
Attorneys lint twig nml JVleuofce ob
jected to this, Ihu latter saying that
where evidence hud been submitleil
the justice bad no power to dismiss
'1 tio defense then called He witness
. the lir-t of whom was llrown, who
told i. bent tho otcuience of punishing
limes, saving that the lad nail ' Isn-
beyed his teacher nnd that she could
not manage him and that lie had been
cut to him for correction: He said
lliat the boy was not u bad boy, but
was misehieviotis and that lie had told
him if ho was sent to him again he
would have to punish him thorough
ly The implement with which the
punishment was inllicted wus ' put in
vidence and alter some cross lines-
t loning by the opposing council llrown
vhs allowed to retire.
The boy 's toucher also testilled us to
now Jones behaved and told suijstan
tiallv the same story as lirowu.
As it was then about ti o'clock the
case was adjourned until 7:.'H) when it
wus taken up again, witnesses exam
ined and arguments made on botb
sides and finally submitted to the
jury, which after deliberations of
hulf an hour rendered a verdict of
The Dalles, Ore., March III, 11100.
To the Republicans of Wasco county:
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for ri'-iinmiiiution to the ollice ol
sheriff of Wasco county, subject to tin
republican votes to be east st the pri
maries on A prir.'U. ill should secure
i ..-n i .ii i i i nit 1 1 hi and be re-elected to tin
ollice, I promise todfsch irge the duties
biithlullv, honestly nnd economically
.My incumbency of tbe ollice for the
past two terms has given me a know-t-dge
ol the duties which can be learned
only by experience, anil w hich w ill be ex
ercised, iu case i f my re-nomination and
re-election, to the hi st interests of my
constituents ol all political parties in
tms county. The manner in which
tuxes have been collected, and oilier du
ties of Ihe olllce performed during my in-
umliency, challenges comparison with
F. C. SEXTON.
WHAT APPLE LAND
WILL PAY YOU
ACTUAL PROFITS OF GROWERS
Nat Based tin the Best, lint on (he
Average Figure From Au
We are often aksed foi ligures con
cerning the tipple business, hy strang
ers mid others, who want to know just
what apple land will pay. We are
able to give some figures, through the
courtesy of the Apple Growers Union,
that an authentic and based on actual
productions for a few years past.
I ho average production per acre, for
thu three years previous to the past
season, shows that llgunng on the
average number of trees per acre a
tin, mid the number of boxes per liee
as six, (which figures have uot lien
taken from cue grower or two, but the
general producer), and we have lilHJ
boxes of apples per acre,
It is found that thu average price,
including apples of all varieties, is
:' l.ni i per box. ! ducting tho cost of
raising, which ii .r,o ci ids, we obtain
the price ot Si per box, which gives
the actual net piolit of tf.lW per acre.
'ibis y ur the c op was a light cue
mil tho trees averaged only 1 boxes to
the tree, giving CO boxes ur t'M to
the acre. Where Newtowns and Spitz
'nbergs were grow u entirely, the price
reached tfi a box, bringing the net
prollt per acre to over S.'iUO.
A comparison with some of the lln
st tipple growing districts in Colo
rado, shows that the average price
received there was tl pe' box, which
rice was figured ou a basis of their
nest varieties. Deducting the cost of
trowing ns tiO cents per box, it can bo
seen what the diitereiico la iu prollt.
in thu average price of Hood Iiiver
i p pies, all the five tier fruit and sec
mils wore included uud the cheaper
.arieties. As most of tho new or
chards, that are coming into bearing,
ill bo largely Newtowns and Kpitzeu
okrgs, it seems almost a foregone oon
.iluston that the average price In fu
uiro will be higher than lias been in
Hud only the best varieties Leen
used as a basis of calculation, tho
pi ice would have soared almost out of
sight. As it Is, it is very easy to ills
coves what prollt, there was in apples
lor nil orchard ist who hud 20 acres iu
bearing this year with a short crop
ji.V-ino. Kiguriug ou U.o crop of a
nuii year at an average of '.VM boxes
per acre with a 20 aero orchard we
have $7,HO0 for the season's work. '
These ligures of eounn represent
careful attention ami li id v-oilt in
every phase of the l.usim s.-. in (. row
ing, spraying, cultivation of the trees.'
thinning out a"d lastly in sorting and
l acking the fruit.
llow closely the product from this
district has been sold, may be gleaned
from the fact that It Is id most next
to impossible to find a box of good
fruit anywhere In tho valley now, al
though dilligent search has been H ade
iu the past few days lor apples by
eastern men who have come bure and
want to Uke back a box of Hood lilv
er fruit to exhibit to their friends. A
box of wlnesups secured a few days
ago for a Portland buyer brought the
tidy sum of t.
WHAT IT COST TO
START A NEW COUNTY
A letter received ut this ollice fiom
II. K. McDunel, county clink cf Hher-
iinii county, uives t be iellowlng lig
ures and information in regard to tho
beginning of I ho administration of
that county: i
'With referents to tlio negiuuiug oi
Bheriiiiiu county, Die.
Taxable property for 1M,
us I ol-
" " " IK'.ll,
" " " 1H'J2,
" " " lHIKi,
Tax levy for all purposes:
mills; IH'.'lO, 20 mills; iWll,
1H!)2, 20 mills; 1MK1, 22 mills,
lows' 5'... mills for county sctiool,
lli'a for state ai d county iut poses in
cluding one tenth of one mill lor O.
A. K. fund, one seventh for univers
ity fund and one lllth for O. N. U.
Population l.y census ol lblH), irji.
1 cannot give the indebtedness of
Wusco county as I have failed to llnd
report of committee theiou, but for
the first strip, Kliermnn county por
tion was li8,:i(il.ilti and the second
812.90. Tho expense of the county
has been for some time about U,000
per month all told, the salaries of
officer, has been changed several
times ami when tho county was set
olf it was under the fee system so it is
very bard to give it. Yours very
truly, H. K. McDauel.
Work Progressing on Xcw Ditcl..
Work on tho ditch of tho Hood Kiv
er irrigating Distiict is progressing
quite rapidly. About a mile and a
half of the ditch has boon dug. be
tween 70 and 75 men are working on
the new waterway and more mny be
put ou later.
Notice is hereby given that the regis
tration books in my ollice wil rioo fr
tbe primary election on the Kith duy of
April at It p. m. In order to vote it
will be PeiVH-iiiy to register and give
your party alliiliatioi's. All those not
registered and wishing to vote will lie
compelled to swear in their oles, and
procure six freeholders us wil esses.
Kindly register a once ami avoid the
trouble of swearing in your votes. Heg-HlraM-ii
oir.cei'8 are provided through
out the county tor your convenience.
fd.MKbN I'd LTD N,
Advertised Letter List.
For week ending March 10, 1D0G:
Mrs. Allard, Miss W. Kosseli, Mr.
II. ISutcher, W. K. Clark, Kloyd Ken
nett, U. N. Nelson, (). S. Peyuter, W.
8. Smith, W. II. Wilson.
WlYates, P. M.
For a long term of years, south half
of lilock 8, l'arkhurst, and three acres
east of Purkhuret. W.J. Baker & Co,
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