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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, APRIL 6, 1906.
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HOOD RIVKB TOMMEIUUALOLtBMeeU
every amend Monday In Mfb montli at t p.
mH In th. cluD rooms over jscsauu a
11. F. Davidson, Pre.
A. P. Mob, Secretary.
OOD RIVER LODGE NO. 105, A. V, and A.
. n. Meet. Hauurday evening on or before
met) tali moon. A. 8. Bl-owKlut, W. M.
D. McDohaui, Hecretary.
HOOD RIVER CM AFTER NO. ST. R. A. M.
MnUtM aod tblrd Friday nights of each
nontb D. McbottAl.u, H. K
A. B. Mob, Secretary.
HOOD RIVER CHAPTER NO. , O. E. 8 -MmU
second and four lb Tuesday evening
of each month. Visitor, cordially welcomed.
" Mrs T. J. Kinnaiki), W.M.
IDLEW1LDE LODOK NO. 107, I. O. O. F --Mew.
In fraternal ball, every Thursday
night. R.U. Pabbott.N.O.
Allbh Nbal, Secretary .
EDEN ENCAMPMENT, NO. 48, 1. O. O. K.
Hecnlar meeting aeoond and fourth Mondaya
of eaob month. H. C. Cook, U. r.
II. C. bMiTU, Scribe. '
LAUREL REBEKAH DEGREE LODOE NO.
11, l O. O. F.-Meete flrat and third Kridayi
" " Mas. E. W. TJDELL, N. G.
MM. DobaTHombm. Secretary, .
Meats In K. of r. ban every juesuay "'"-
V. CVBaock, K.ofR. and'i).
HOOD RIVER CAMP. NO. 7,702, M.
Marts in K. of P. ball every weaueauaj
E. 8. Mayes, V. O.
BOOD RIVER CIRCLE NO. 524 WOMEN OF
Woodcraft-Meets at K. of P. ball on the
nratand Third Fridays of each mouth.
Lou MoKkynolim, G. N.
ffW McRetkouis, Clerk. . . -
" BttrvnotTiitiinoENO. as A. O. U. W.
uu.. nm and Uilrd Saturdays i if each
mnnlh. F. n
IILAOQ, M. W.
I. H. Bbadlbv, Financier
Chktkb 8UUTB, Recorder,
ULETA ASSEMBLY NO. 103. UNITED AR1-Isani-Meeuibeflrat
and third Wedi.es
days, work: aeooBd and fourth Weduesdaya
Artisans' hall. G. W. Thompson, M. A.
C. D. MebbuB, Secretary.
COURT MOOD KIVER NO. 42. FOBTi.K8
of Anierica.-Meeu second and fourtb Mon
Benki'A F. tourn, C. It.
i K. C. BbosHJU, F. U. -
CAN BY POBT, NO. l. O. A. R.-MEETS AT
A. V. V. W. hull, ond and lourtb balur
davsol each month at i o'clock p. n. All
G A R. uieuitNira Inviuad to meet with us.
8. A. Hkisnkb, Commander.
ThoA ouon, Adjutant.
CANUY W.U.C., No. 16-MEET8 BEOON1)
andionrtbbaturuayaof each Mouth In A.
O. U. W. hall at 2 p. in.
; Klleh Blount, President.
GBbtkudb B. InoLbs, ttecretary
MOUNTAIN ROM K CAMP No. 84t, R. N. A.
MeeU at the K.of P. Hall on the aeouud and
fourth Fridays ot eaeh mouth.
10 ' MK.CAKKIEBBOSIU8,0.
MM. EfLA Dakin, Recorder.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
"physician and surgeon.
Telephones: Office, 281; residence, oil.
8UKGK0N O. R. N. Co.
MARY JORDAN, M. D.
Physician and burgeon.
Ornnesand Residence In E. 1.. Smith Building
Over First Nut. Buuk. toulrauce, rear
of bunk, on Third St.
Phone 871. .
H. L. DUMBLE,
' PIlYBlCUIS .NI) surgeon.
Successor to I r. M. F. 8haw.
Calls promptly auswn Hi In town or country
Day or Night.
Telephones: Keshlpnce, 61 1: Office, 1)13.
Office In the liroslus Building.
DR. J. EDGINGTON
Physician and Surgeon
Offie over the First National bank.
' Office phone 1433. Res. phone 76X1,
M. F. SHAW, M. D.
Office in Jackson Block.
Office phone, No. 1471. Residence, No. W3.
PHYSICIAN AND tUHGEON
Cll promptly Biiewered day or niglit.
' Phone Main 581 office and residence.
; OlBce, Smith Building.
Crows Bhiuok Work a Specialty.
First National Bank
" C H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Specialist on Crown and Bridge Work.
.- Telephones: office, 288; residence, KM5.
fltos over Bank Bldg. Hood Hlver, ore.
M. E. WELCH,
THE YE1LKINAUV SURGEON.
I. prepared to do any work in tbe veterin
ary fib.. He can b. rouu by calling at or
phoning to Clarke t drug store.
, E. H. HARTWIG,
- Will Practice lu AH Courts.
Office wirb Oeo. 1). Culbertson to. I
lactlons, Abst rscts. .settieiueul of Ealales.
JOHN LELA.NP HENDEistOH
ttvi fOBUC and REAL
Var Mrurl s rMtd.nl at Ongoa and Waab
bad nf yean .xperlaoo.
CSa iutal. matMn, a ab.tr a. lor, aur.ti.r of
5S,b laUstooUoB guara.l w
Abstract rnnilahad. Money Loaned.
Hood Blver, Oregoa.
0. MOBITJB, M. D.
HTBIClLi5 AJCD ITJKQEOS.
'Paoae Central, or 111.
Umm i 10 to 11 A. K. 1 S to I
FOUTS & DERBY
Attorneys at Law
' Brasilia Building
Hoot! River, Oregon
In the Hood River
ARE LISTED WITH
J. H. licilbronner & Co.
We have improved and im
improYed landw that are
Prices range from
$20 to $1.50 an acre
for uncleared lan
and from $100 to
,1500 an acre for
Call and look over
our list of bargains
before buying. Our
motto is ;
DO AS YOU AGREE
J. li. lieilbronncr
Fruit Lands, Real Estate and Insurance
Ground floor new Ihivids' 11 HMg.
HOOD RIVER, CKEGGN.
Hood Kiver Studio
Wp have Itie lnu- in ir ounln nml r:iti in
I nr yiMir Flinh-M m: (.'rnyoji, l'luiinuiil or
tSepiu.' rSutisfuctlon Kiitt'i'd.
W. D. ROGERS, Prop.
The pi are to jret an easy
shave and first-class hair out.
Our shop is metropolitan in
Porcelain Baths in Connection
DeBORDE & GREY.
For Sale at the
A. T. ZEEK.
P R . JONES, Dentist
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plates.
Treatment of diseased teeth and gums,
Office Brosius Buildinir. Phone 1033.
W. A. Morgan & CO.
SuccfworH to Ganger Jt Ilnrthy
Heavy and Light ' Dray in.
and Team Work, etc.
Phone 1421. HOOD KIVER, OR
F. G. COE
The First National Bank
. OF HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Capital and Surplus, $30,000.
P. I. ILL-MIS k GO.
Civil and Architectural
Engineers and Surveyors
Mat. Biirvev. iiliins and est Innles for ww-
rr, IlKhtandi'xiwer ami railway planW, and
furnish, subject to anproval, plans, siiecmi'a-
tlons ana esunmies uiran ium-im uMuu,n
public, private and niereantile. tieolal aU
tendon Klvsn to economic snd slow-burning
construcllon. A'-curacy and economy guar
anteed. DAVIDSON U1.11.1MHU
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
STRANAHAN '& SLAVENS,
HOOD Itl VKK, OKE(iONT.
S. H. COX
FLAK! AMD ElTlMATM FdBMUMS.
FREDERICK & ARNOLD,
EitlmaMi furnished on all kinds of work
DUnnnij, Arnold, Main M.
rDoneu. rrMinok. ai
SIMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
Decorative Taint in and Paper Hanging
Plans furnished. Etimates care
HOOD RIVEH, OREGON,.
. E. A. JEROME,
Having had several years' experience in
draltinu and hiilldlni:. I would renpeetlully
solicit a imrt of the pationngeol the people ot
Hood Kiver who anticipate building. Terms
rea.-on:ihle, a id satisfaction guaranteed. Or
flce at residence ou Heights.
CARl'KN' El: AND lUTILDETl
Figures and intimate" furnished
all kinds of building and contracting.
H. SEYMOUR HALL,
I am nnnlitled an I prepared to do all kinds
of lirst-ch 1 land -ur.-eyin. Accuracy guar
anteed Those wl.o wis first-class work done
address It. K. H. :., Hood River. Phone 60x1.
of Mt'Miiiiivilli'. On'jro!!, will insure your
property at till per cent los cost than
anv oilier iiiH.itiHitiii.
I . I tl'f, rpiTitti Agi'iu,
Hod Hlv r.
Quio unci sulisiactury vMirk. Two bath
tubs in connection.
MAT RUSSELL Prop.
Timber and Homestead
I have for location some choice apple lands
and timqer claims; also relinquishments and
land to script. Call on or address,
Wm. F. HAND,
Res. Phone 370. Hood River. Ore..
C. A. DANO
Intending purchasers would
do well to see my list of city
and farm property before pur
chasing. JAS. McBAIN,
Hood River Marble Works
Am prepared to execute
all ordern for granite and
marble work, monuments,
Also contract for all kinds
01 stone masonry, con
WE WANT LAND
We ha e buyers waiting for suitable
locations 111 the fruit belt.
List vour property with u . We are
located at the hub ami (rive special at
tention to the Hood Kiver district.
Portland properly to trade for fruit
LANGILLE & RAND
73 Sixth Street, Portland, Oregon
Eureka Meat Market
McGUIRE BROS., Props.
Dealers in Fretdi and Cured Meats, Lard
Poultry, Fruits and Vegetables.
Free Delivery. Phone Muiu 35.
WOOD FOR SALE.
F.8.RTASI.EY, E. L.8MITH,
V. C. Bitot K, Aiwt
I am prepared to furnish mill and slab
wood, also other kinds of wood.
I have a new steam wood saw and am
prepared to do sawing. Also do general
(Timber Land Act June S, 1171)
NOTICE TOR PUBLICATION .
it.,ii,i Htjtlra Lund Office. The Dalles. Ore-
rou Feb. SB, lW. Notice In hereby given that
i niu)iiHiic with Uie invlHiona of tbe act
of t'ongress of June S, 1T, entitled "An act
lor the saieoiuiuw, ,u uiq
California, Oregon, bpbuh mu w uuingwa
Territory," as extenaea to all the rubtie
Land hut ira ny act xugiiwi 1, -lowing
named persons have filed lu this office
their sworn statenienU, U wit:
of Tualatin, county of Washington, state of
Oregon, sworn statement No.27(Hi, tiled in this
office January 11th, WW, for the purchase of
Ihe SUNK', of sociiono, aun rv,; vv 01 sec. s
twp l norlh, range east, YV. M.
HATTI1C . UlTOSOB
of Portland, county of Multnomah, slat, of
Oregon, sworn .wwuifiii nu. ny, uivu jib
ary 18, 1S06, for tbe purchane of the Ixita 1,9,
1(1 and 11 of aecliou 6, twp. 1 north, rang, t
east, W. M. .
That they win oner proois 10 snow mai uw
loMd.juuht are more valuable rorthetlmlMr
or Btone thereon than for agricultural pur
poses, ana to esiaousn uieir claims io win
lands before the register and receiver at the
hind office in rne umies, wrcgon, ou April
They name me lonuwiug wnnv-sses: fm.
K. llmlvea of HherwiHut, Oregon: Waller
Thonipson.of Tualatin, Oregon; NllsC. Olson,
of Portland, Oregon; Rattle M. O'Connor, of
Portland, Oregon, ana jiiiiii nooeru, 01 iuai-
atln, Oregon. 1
Anvand mII nersons claim na adversely any
of the above-described lands are requested to
file their claims in tnis oiuce on or ueiore saiu
aithdayof April, lUOtt.
na'it -diunAE.iii.iMUL.An, negisw.
ITImber Land, Act of Junes, 1878
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
United Slates Land Office, The Dalles, Ore
on. Jan. Elrd. HHW. Notice is hereby given
that In compliance with the provisions of the
act of Congress of June 3, Ht7, entitled "An
act for the sale of timber lands in the stale
nr California. Oreaon. Nevada and Washlna
ttm Territory," as extended to all the public
laud states by act 01 August , irau,
of 8t Johns, county of Multnomah, state of
Oregon, has this day filed In this office hit
sworn statement No. TilM. for the purchase of
the lots 3, 4, 7 and 8 of Meclion I), Tp, 1 north
u v u f
That he will offer proofs to show that th.
lands sought are more vamanie lor trie um
ber or alone thereon than for agricultural
mirnoses. and to establish his claims to said
funds before tbe Register and Keoelver at th.
iHiidottic. in ine iwues, uregon, on nay
He names the following witnesses: Nils C.
Olwin md Wm. 11. Battiirate of Portland, Or
fnir, John C. Hedges of Tualatin, Oregon, and
. I ruslschy of Hood Kiver, Oregon.
Anv anil all oei sous clsinilng adversely any
f 11,.' shove described lands are requejled to
file their claims In tils iiflice on or belore tb
said 12th day of May, iwm
MIOHAEL T. NOI.AN,
iTImber lnd, Act June 8, HfJlj
NOT1CK FOR l'UBLICATION,
ITnitad HUite Land Office. The Dalles,
iireinin. January 1ft. 1WI. Notice is hereby
II I veil that in compliance with the provisions
of the act of congress of June 8, 1H7, entitled
"An act for the sale of timber lands In tbe
states or California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory," as extended to all
the public land stales by act of August 4, m,
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
I (lienor, has this day tiled In Ibis office his
sworn statement no. zau, mr uie purruase ui
the HW'4NKV4. NW4E'4 snii A' jBWM. sec
Hi, ii A. townshin 1 north, ranee t., W. M.
That he will offer prcsif 10 show that the
IiukIs sought are more valuable for the tim
ber or alone thereon than for agricultural
miriMse. and to establish his claims to
snlil land before the Kenixler and Receiver at
the luuil office lu The Hallos, Oregon, ou May
lie names the f.illowlug witnesses: Nils
t;. OISOII, I.. W. ClllUtiuy, neujnuiiu r. riniivi,
of Porlluud, Oregon, and John K. Hedges, of
Anv and all nersons claiming adversely
any ui the above-described lands are request
ed 10 nie uieir claims 111 1111s unicc mi uiur
lore the said lOlh day of May, MM.
msinlU MICHAEL T, NOLAN, HeglsUsr,
ITImber ljind. Act June 8, 1878
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, The Dalles, Ore
gon, Jsu. Mrd, Intnl. Notice Is hereby given
Unit in mmnlisnce with the provisions of the
- 1 ui-! ui cmiureHH of June it. 1S78. entitled "An act
for the sale ol limber laada 111 tnu states 01
Ciilllnniiu. on gnu, Nevada and Washington
Territory," as extended to all the public Land
States by act oi Auguan, lau,
HDEI.AH OCTAVIA ROLLEHTON
of Portland, county of Multnomah, stat of
Oregon, has tins oay niea in mis onice ui.
sworn sliitenicnt No. SJ'JS, for the purchase of
the lots 18 suit 14. section 81, lot 4, section
tp. 2 N.,. 9 East una lot 4, section , ip.
run U K... W. M.
That aim will offer Droof to show tbe land
s tut III are more valuable for tbe timber or
mom. tiiHi-eou Lliau for aaT ctt tural uurpoi
nd to estiiuiiMi ner claims 10 saiu mous
befnre the Kegialer and Receiver at the land
office lu T lie liallcs, Oregon, on May iz, iww.
Khe names the following witnesses: Nils C.
Olson and W. II. Bathgate or rorusna, ore.;
Waller Hpeed ol Kt. Johns, Oregon; K. Kraut-
achy or hoou Kiver, uregon.
Any snd all (wrsons claiming adversel;
av nf 1 iu uimve described lands are reauesl
ed to file tlielr claims lu this office on or be
fore tile said 12th day 01 may. nan.
Mlt.HAKL T. NtJl.AN,
insin 0 Register,
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMEFT
Nolle is hereby given that the undersigned
executor of the estate on j. w. niaca, aeceseu
1, uk uli-it bis final account and report
said estate with the clarK of the County
Court of the stale of Oregon, for Wasco
count v, Oregon, an 1 tbat Monday, tbe
7ih d'av of Mav. I'JOfl. at the hour of 10
..'..1....1. a 1,1 ni aaiddav. at the oountv oonrt
room at the county court bouse, In Dalles
cltv. Wasco ( ounty, Oregon, has been fixed
by the court as the time and place for hearlni
Sltld rCHri. All WIIhnib luiriumru ,u
uiuia m hereby notliled to appear at sal
time snd place and show cause, If any there
be why said rert should not be approved
an'd an order made discharging said executor
aud exonoratlng his oonusmen.
n...uH tnu 7ih r1u.v of March. ltNNi.
ExccuUirof the Estate of J.W. Black, deceased
NOTICE FINAL SETTLEMENT.
IN TH K COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE
OK OHKltON roit wasi.u uuusi 1.
In the mutter of the estate of Daves Divers,
deceased. . .
Notlcis Is hereby given that the undersigned
have du y Hied their final account and report
us executors of the last will slid estate ol
Haves Divers, deceased, late of Hood River,
Whhi'ii counly, Oregon; with tbe clerk of the
county court of vasoo county, Oregon, and
that tiie Judge ot said court has fixed Hatur
day, the 7th day of April, il, at the bour of
1 o 'clock p. m. of said day as the time, and
the county conn room at the Italics City, in
Wasco coimty. Oregon, as the place for bear
ing said flusl reHirt.
All parlies interested In said estate are
hereby notified to aiear at said time and
place and show cause, If any there be, why
said report should nol In all respects be al
lowed, ranncu, approveu anu couuruieu, aim
Ihe said executors discharged aud their
bondsmen exhonorated and released. That
said order of said court is dated March t.
and is hereby published for four consecutive
weeks, the nrst insertion in ine noou niver
Olacler being on 31 arc n 1, imju, ana in. lasi on
April I, l'Wi.
bated at Hood River, Oregon, this 3rd day
of March, IW. W. fiNKKK,
M. P. NKFK,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the County Court of tbe Mate of Oregon,
for Wasoo countv.
In the mailer of the estate of Pbebe Jones,
Nol Ice la hereby given that th. undersigned
has been duly appointed by tbe County
Court for Wasco County, Oregon, administra
trix or Ihe estate of Phebe Jones, deceased
and all uersoua having claims against tbesaio
estate are requited to present same with th.
proper voncners auacnea, wiinin sis mounts
from the date of th. flrsi publication of tbla
notice, at the office 01 rouu dt ueruy, nooa
K7.MA R. JONK8.
Administratrix of the estate ef Phebe Jones,
Hated and first published March U, IBM.
Attorneys for Administratrix.
HERRIES TO BE
IN BIG DEMAND
ONE BUYER WANTS SIXTY TONS
California Trees byiiir and Dealers
Are Looking to Oregon to
Supply the Trade.
While apples and strawberries have
bean considered tbe greatest money
making crops tbat could be raised in
tbe fruit line lu Oregon there is a
possibility tbat cherries may iu the
very near future be in the front rauk
aa money getters.
One of tbe most proiino cnerry
growing sections in this country has
been California ana iruit, or nue qual
ity and plenty of it has heretofore
been raised there. In fact it baa sup
plied the western and some ot the
eastern markets with this flue fruit
for a number of years and baa received
very profitable returns from them.
Reports are now to tbe ellect tbat
tba cherry orchards of California are
are last disappearing and that tbey
will Dot be able this year to oome any
where near supplylug tbe demand.
Buyers have been scouring the C'tall-
fornia cherry growing diatrots and
maklnir oontraots for fruit and have
Invaded Portland also with a view to
obtaining as large a supply as possible
there from tbe commission men.
This week California parties were
in tbe above named city trying to
make a deal with Davenport Bros.,
f ho U..-H iinnuin nnmmiaainii nmn there
r.. nn loan than alt tuna nf nhnrriea. I
at almost thoir own nrine. This firm
anv anoh I
Quantity and say .that they will be
.... rnt.nn.ra ir cnav . nnm cn aim- 1
- . .... .J i
i. thirtv tnn
Vt.o A..., i.u. in rulifnrnla are
said to have been deteriorating for a
...tvat. nt nun attfl tha nllnmta thnra I
1. nt it la atatoH nnndnnivM to tbe
i.n i!r of th trMtf w hlln author-
Hies here on tbe profits or growing
cherries differ, It la very evident that
tbere must be goou money in inemiuu nuuo n. ii wumuBvoo
when buvera can afford to purchase
them irom tne commission man in 1
" . . . - 1
Portland aud reship thetu to other
poiutav It Is possible tbat frosts iu
tbe Willamette valley may be having
Its effect in creating this suddeu de
mand for such large quantities lu ad
vance, but it does not account foi the
shortage of the crop in California,
Several growers at Mosler nave been
verv successful in raising mis iruit
aud have found It very profitable,
Btranse as It may seem, while Tho
Dalles district and southern uregon
have Buffered from the Inroads ot the
last cold snap flood Kiver ana ine
M osier district have escaped and no
damage as far aa can be ascertained
bat been done eltner to peaonea or
cherries. A well known grower who
has a large number of peach trees lu
the valley brought several limbs from
his trees to town a lew days ago ana
bad them examined by several experts.
The buds were cut open aud out of ten
of them examined only two were found
ta be iu lured
It la said that over luu acres 01
cherry tiees have been set out iu Ibe
Dalles in tbe oast year or two and that
arowers tbere expect to mane mem a
Q1.I.I. 1 T Iw. .. I.
very pruuutuie luvvebiueun. iudid ,b
no Question about disposing of tbe
product of cherries or of getting good
prices for them. The main dilfioulty
expeiieuoedhy Hood Rivergtowers has
been lu Keeping ine trees iroin uymg.
It would seem that tbere ought to be
some method ot counteracting the ef -
fects of the diseases tbat kill these
trees if the matter was gone into as
thoroughly and soientitloally as has
the growing of apples, mere does
not seem to be ttie interest among
horticulturists in regard 10 cnerries
bat tha 1. in th other small frnits
- - " v : .
nd vet It would seem that Indications
point to the fact that tbey are liable
to become one of tbe highest priced
ft-nlt a nn tha market. Thev are flood
shippers and keep well as is evidenced
bv the faot that they have been
shipped 11 om nere 10 iwexico ana uisu
to England and have arrived in per-
feet oondition. It would seem that
there is a good future here for tbe
oberiy and that the time is not far
distant when more 01 them will be
How Newspapers Are Worked.
This week an attorney of tbe town
called us aside to tell us be bad an lm
cortant news item for oa. It was a
law auit of some magnitude but the
Important part was ot course his eon
neotion with it which be wanted to
get before tbe people. We did'nt write
A van at the head of one of the
leading industries of the town hinted
to us the other day we lacked enter
nrise because we did not give his
business a two or three-column wiite-
up at our expense. His business bas
not paid ns a cent in five years. It
making Dim more inan aiuu every
month. The man may have meant
well, but he was aoting very, very
cheap. He looks to as like a sponge.
Home years ago a man wun a Dene'
volent counteuaone besought aa for
several weeks to give space In our
uaoer and time from our business to
? - .. ... ji 1 niL.
boom oil prospecting, we aid. ine
oompany organized. When solicitors
went to tne oeuevoieni looaiug gentle
man he not ouly refused to subscribe
a cent to tbe fuud but would not lease
bis laud for prospecting. He waa wil
ling to let other people do all tbe
work aod keep his money warm in nis
own pocket. Ibe worst beggar of all
is tbe well-to-do beggar. iwo years
ago a man told us to mention that a
certain disease waa Killing came in
certain parts of tbe oounty. We did
it. Next week be asked ua 10 mag a
"news" Item of the fact that he cared
this disease nearly every time. We
could not see tbat it waa news, not so
long aa be was making three or lour
hundred dollars a year out of it and
we Isaid nothing. A 2To ad would
have done the business for him, yet
he seemed unwilling to pay even that
Newspaper space costs money, good
hard mannr-money. and gobs of it.
Three hundred dollars a month will
not oav tbe bills of tbe Guard office
end yet this money la spent to make
nothing but newspaper space. Indi
vidual should not think of getting
newspaper space for nothing, any more
than thev would think of Betting
olotbes aud food for tbe asking at the
Dlaoe where food and clothes are sold
Ulvlug newspaper epaoeaway is giv
ins tbe income of the office away,
Space is stock in trade. Whoever aska
it for personal Denem ana is wiuing
to set it for nothing nukes himself
the object of charity in the eyes of
the newspaper man, and who la to
blame? Counoll Urove(Kan.) Guard.
To The People of Oregon
The aiiproaohing election is one of
the moat Important In the history of
the State. Every voter should care'
fully consider his ballot before casting
It. ine people cere ana eisewnere are
just awakeniag to see that elections
are often a ooutest between tbe rights
of tbe people and the corporate inter
eats. Anions tbe initiative laws to be
voted on in June are two put forward
bv tbe State Grange. Patrons of Hue
baudrv. which have been largely in
dorsed bv tbe farmers, tbe worklngmen
and tbe taxpayers generally, uue Dill
provides for an annual license tax up
on tbe gross earnings ofTaoil, sleeping
oar and refrigerator car companies.
(Vote 318 X yes on ballot. ) The other
provides a similar tax upon express,
telegraph and telephone compaules,
Vote i'M A yes on ballot.
These corporations nave Deeu aoing
a profitable business In the State ot
Oregon and have hitherto escaped
paying any tax worth mentioning.
rue expenses 01 state uovernmeni are
rapidly increasing, and the burden
of taxation falls more and more heav
ilv unon the owners of real estate.
Other states have similar laws in
force, and reliof has come, thereby.
to tbe farmer and to the man who
owns his borne.
The Grange has labored loug to se
oure a more euual taxation lu Oregon,
and has petitioned for these lawa in
the expectation that every taxpayei
and fair-minded oitlzen would support
The provisions of these bills do not
revoke or change any law upon out
statute. Tbey seek to accomplish
OU1V WOUl IS TIUUI, BDU just.
Printed copies are in tbe hands ol
the County Clerks for free distrlbu
turn. ve urge iw uitroua 10 wom iiv
these la va, aud all others to be voted
substantial obaraoter 01 tne urauge is
. in : t . v. . , 1.
buujoibu. buhhuho vubv iu
I are moderate in demand and in the
direction of necessary reform.
li. U. Leedy,
Austin T. liuxton,
C. E. Siionoe,
State Grange Executie Committee.
A Business Proposition.
Hon. E. L. Smith of Hood River,
whose friends throughout tbe state
urged him to run for the gubernatori
al nomination because thev believed
I that he was pre-eminently tbe man to
Bd the Republican forces to victory,
is going to prove an equally strong
candidate for the United Htates Hena
torsbln. for which t.liUc le das an
nounced himself. INn n an in ine
state has been more closely identified
with the state's development during
the tiast 30 years, aud none fcbows
better l au he ner present i.e.u. in
his canucitv as t resident of the Ore
gon Detelupuient Lewiue, Mr. Smith
has been closely in luiiuu wun ine
forces now directed tnwurri the exploi
tation and dere'opmpul of the oountry
"where rolls the Oleum." Ilia elec
tion to the Senate would not only be
a ittst rewa'd to a iiihii who baa given
a good many ot tbe Le.t elforta of his
life to the siliHbieti 1,1 .i i.is state's
Interest, but it woul.l 1 i:i e him in a
position where he tu nld continue
those efforts to the greatest advantage
0r his state. There would be loss
1 "politics" aud more good business
annae in the election of E. L. Hmth to
1 the United States Senate than any
other oaudidate who has yet been
I named. Madras Pioneer,
c....i,i 1.1 111,.,. iii,m
v,""u ' ' ""
1 . , 1
Senator La r oneue addressed
large geatherlug in Milwaukee some
years ago, at which there was present
a disturbing and antagonistic element,
I As the meeting progressed, tbe unruly
ones were subdued by diverse and
1 oroeiui uibluuuh, buu quiai, .
reigned. The orator bad the attention
01 ine auaieuce riveieu upon uiiuauti
and held it spellbound. Suddenly
there emanated from the upper gal-
lory a doleful, prolonged' moo." ibis
was followed bv a "moo" pitched in
a higher key. and issued from the
The resulting merriment interrupt'
ed La Follette. and he generously
permitted the audience to enjoy tbe
Incident. When :the laugbter had
subsided the senator stepped to tbe
Nlfsof the stago, softened his voloe,
and threw bis bearers into an unoon
trolabie hvsteria bv saving:
"A calf has become separated irom
hi mother. Will the ushers kindly
relieve tbe distressed parent by restor
Protect Proprietary Medicines.
Did itever occur to you that proprietary
medicines are a blessing to mankind
generally. Tbe good ones have long con
tinued sale; the poor ones have short
life and in sin leave the market.
If we had to depend entirely upon phy
sicians and druggists it would be expen
sive and very inconvenient at times,
especially in the country and at night
when neither could be conveniently
reached. For nearly forty years Boa
chee's German Syrup has been used in
many families, and thousands of lives of
adults and children have been saved ny
its use, when it was impossible to reach
a physician. German Syrup is the best
household remedy for cougns, corns,
throat aiid lung trouble. It quickly re
lieves the hacking cough, loosens tne
phlegm, and brings sound and refresh
ing sleep. 1 wenty-five and Jseventy
tive cents. Get a copy of Green's Prize
Doctors Are Puzzled.
The remakable recovery of Kenneth
Mclver, of Vanceboro, Me., is the Btib
iet t of much interest to the medical
fraternity and a wide circle of friends,
llesavs of liiscaso: "Owing to severe
inflaniation of the Throat and conges
tion of the Lungs, three doctors gave
me up to die, when, as a last resort, I
was induced to try Dr. King's New Dis
coveiy and 1 am happy to say it saved
my life." Cures the worst Coughs and
Colds. Bronchitis. Tonsilitis, Weak
Lungs, Hoarseness, and La Grippe.
Guaranteed at Clias. N. Clarke's drug
store. Wc and 11.00. Trial bottle free.
EXHIBIT IN MAY
ITS SUCCESS IS NOW ASSURED
(iood Work of the Lewis and Clark
Fair to be Followed ap and
Visitors Shown State's
That the Commercial organization
of Portlaud do not iuteud to let the
good work of the Lewis A, Clark expo
sition in making tbe resources of Ore
gon known to tbe woiid be lorgotten
is shown by their determination to
bold an exhibition of Oregon made
goods duriug the season of the tourist
While there was some complaining
from the small towos in the state to
tbe effect that the fair last year took
oiuob money from them tbe wisdom
of its projectors In booming it Is now
admitted on all sides. The good re
sults of the advertising the exposition
did for tbe state is already being felt
and hundreds ot homeseekers have
oome to locate lu Oregon this spring
thut would probably never have been
attraoted here had it not been for the
Lewis & Clark Fair.
The tourist trade to the PaolUo ooast
this summer is expected to be greater
than it lias ever been, possibly wun
tbe exception of last year when es
pecially low rates were proviueu.
There are, however, a number of Im
portant conventions to lie held on the
cor t this season two of which have
been secured for Portland and an ex
hibition of tho products of the state
will no doubt prove iuterestingt to
tbe visitors and will result in much
ood to the movement to make Ore
gon's many advantages better known
to the outside world. In speaking of
tbe exhibit the Journal aays:
The "Made in Oregon" exposition
of all-Oregon manufactures is assured
and the week of May 19 to 20 the be
ginning of the floodtide of summer
tourist travel will see luau.juraiea iu
Portland the most unique exhibition
that bas ever been seen lu tbe west.
the proposition whluh was nrst
brought to the attontion of the com
mercial organizations here by the
Portland Admen's league has been
taken up throughout the state,
through tbe instrumentality of the
many branches of the uregon Develop
ment league aud from tbe inquiries
received it is evident tbat the business
interests are alive to tbe opportunity
of joining in the display.
Tbe headquarters 01 ine - juaue iu
Oregon" movement have been estab
lished in room 215 Oregonian build
ing, whete wlthlu the next few days
the work of orgaulzatlng tha different
sections will be carried out. At a
meeting of the joint committee rep
resenting all the commercial bodies,
and including the leader of the move
ment, the Portland Admen's league,
and the Oregon Development league,
it waa decided energetically to push
tbe project with all possible speed.
Committees are in charge of the dis
play (space, transportation, finance
and an entertainment committee has
been appointed to work up a plan tor
night amusements. D. C. Freeman
has been elected secretary of the gen
eral committee and will Dave charge
of tha main work of preparing for the
display. Mr. Freeman waa formerly
with the Lewis and Clark exposition
as secretary to President Goode. '
At a meetiufg ot tbe joint commit
tee from tbe different commercial
bodies an executive committee waa
designated as follows: A. Bennett,
president UregoniDeveiopuieuc league,
F. W. Lead better, president Commer
cial club; K. K. Hoge, president
chamber of commerce ; i letcner Linn,
president Manufacturers' Association
of the Northwest; Wallis Nash, presi
dent board of trade, and Bury 1.
Daseut, president of the Ad Men s
E. L. Thompson of the Portland
Commercial club was elected treasurer
of tbe organization and other com
mittees were yesterday, aesiguatea
Entertainment, 8. H. Friedlander,
Calvin ile'lig, W. A. Gobs, Herman
Metzger, Paul W. Custer and raui
Finance, K. U mompson, raui
Shoup, W. O. Francis, Samuel Cou
ncil, A. 11. Devers aua 10m xuutmru
son. The committee on transpoitution
hasnot been completed as yet but will
embrace Fletcher Linn, president of
the Manufacturers' association ; U. B.
Laber Portland board of trade; iL. G.
Clarke, Dom Zan and others, who will
be announced later.
Green and white will be the official
colors of "made In Oregon," and 50,.
U00 buttons will be put into circula
tion. Won Prizes In Piano Contest.
Among the names of those published
in the Oregonian who were successful
in obtaining prizes In the ooutest re
cently couoluded which the Filers
Bros', piano houie has been conduct
ing was that of Este Brosius. it was
spelled, however, in a way tbat no one
could recognize. He has received a
certificate from the piauo house ac
companied by a letter notifying him
of his success as a word builder. A.
J. Derby.of the firm of Fonts 4 Derby
was also fortunate enougb to receive a
certificate for 05. These atbouuts are
good only to be applied aa part of the
purchase money in case the winner
wants to buy au Instrument.
Taking Into consideration that there
were thousands of contestants Hood
River has made a very good showing.
The Miner's Inch.
In California the miner's Inch
the flow of about 8,796 gallons of water
per minute. Fifty miner's inches are
equivalent to one oubio foot per
second. The most common measure
ment is under a mean pressure of four
Inches, through an aperture two
inohes high and two Inches above the
bottom of the box, the plank belDg
Hi Inches thica, and the height of
water above the apeiture 3 inches,
giving a mean pressure of four inohes.
Each square inch of tbe aperture
represents one minei'a inoh, or about
1.2 oublo feet flow per minute. Exj
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