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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, APRIL 19, 1906.
HOOD RIVER COMMERCIALCLUB-MeeU
vary second Mouday Id each month at I p.
m.. In lb club rooms over Jackson's itore.
w.R... ., H.F. Davidson, Pre.
A. I). MOB, 8ecrr lry. '
iiiajb ftttkilbi lU.t.ott'.a 105, A. F;ftrd A.
M. Meets HaiunLiy evening on or before
each full moon, A. a Blowkks.W. M.
I). McUoMAiiD.HevreUury. -
HOOD RIVER CH AFTER NO. . R. A. M.
Mertanrat aud third Friday nighuof eacb
nioutb ' D. McDonaud, H. t.
A. D, mob, Secretary.
HOOD HIVEK CHAPTER 'no. ,O.E. 8 -Meelaeeeoed
and fburlb Tucday evening
ofsacnniouth. Vlaltoreconlml'y welcomed.
MBS. T. J. KlNMAIKD, W. M.
MM. ThbBBBA Casthbb, Secretary w
lDLKWlLDE LODGE NO. 107, I. O. O.
Meets In Kraterual ball, every Thursday
Bight. B- O. fABBOTT, N, O.
AU.BX NBAb, 8ecretry
EDEN ENCXMFMBjrr, NO. 48, 10. 0, Kc
Regahw meeting second and fourth Monday!
of each month. H.C Cook,L. r.
LAUKEL RKBKKAH DEGREE LODGE NO.
Ml O. O. ' .-Meets Brit and iblrd Krldayi
ta Ct maUl- MM. E: W.'UMLI, M. G.
Ma. Doba, Thomsow, Secretary.
WAUOOMA LODGE NO. 80, K. OF P.
MMUta . olVhall wary Tneaday night.
V. C. Bocr,4Uof R. and 8.
MOOD RIVER CAMP, NO. 7.10S, M. W. A.
Mseu in K. of P. ball every Wednesday
C.X.DAnr Clerk. I .
OOD RIVER CIHCLE0. M4, WOMEN OK
Woodcraft-Meeta at K. of V. ball oa the
Snt and Third Ertdays of each montb.
Lot) MCKET KOLDB, G. N,
K.'W. McRbyboiiw, Clerk.
lVER8ll)KlL6DGENd. 0 A. O. V. W.
uta Brat and third Baturdayi of each
month. V K. H. BJ.AUU, M. W
E. R. Ubaulby; Klhancier
OMBWui ttMUIB, Recorder.
In the Hood River
F.S. Stak ley, E.USMrm, K.O. Bi.amcbAR
Prei. Vlce-Prea. Caiililer.
V. C. Bbock, Asst. Casliier.
The First National Bank
. OF HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Capital and Surplus, $110,000.
ARE LISTED WITH i '
J. H. Heilbronner & Co.
P. M. HALL-LEWIS ft-OOL
Civil and Architectural
Engineers and Surveyors
Make turveyn. plana and entlmate! tr aew
er, light and power and railway plant!, and
riirnUh, Duhjicl ut approval, plana, ipecinca
tlonnand wllmtp for all claswi of building!
public, private and mercantile, special at
tention L-lvsn to economic and alow-burning
construction. Accuracy and economy guaranteed.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
OLKTA A88EMBLV NO. 103. UNITED ART-Un!.-Meewth1lrev
aud third Weduea
dsye, work! awond and fourth Wednesday!
Artisan' uU . O. W. THoMPSOM, M. A.
C. D. MEBHiHetary.
COURT HOOD RIVER NO. 44, ORK8TER8
Amelw,-Mieeondarid fourtb Mon
day! Ill boo month In K. of P -hall.
' henecaK. Fours, C.R.
r.o.BBogtpg.y.t;. . . .
CANBY POHTrNa M,G. A. R-j-MEETO AT
A? of V: W. JWl, BBOOBd and lourth Batur
dara of Mwa omutli at o'clock p. tu. All
a. A. O. membara tovlted U meet with ua.
4a, A. Hkinjhbh, Commander.
CANBr W'. No. W-MEET8 SECOND
and otli . oraaya of each Montb In A.
OBBTBtrM H-. moLi,lecreUury
MOUNTAIN HOM CAMP No. , K. n. a.
iieeu airbed. of P. Hall on Uieaecoud and
fourth Friday! bl eaeh month, i ,
' ' MKS. (.ABKAJt BBOSIUS, O.
kfaa-'KLLA Da Kin. Keaordey
I. WATT,M. D.
'' ph yhicUn ani surgeon
tlioB.: CJflce, !; reaideuce, 8il.
f jit'iiMtON O. R AN. Co.
We have improved and uu
' improved lands that are
Prices range from
$20 to $1.50 an acre
for uncleared land
and from $100 to
$500 an acre for
Call and look over
our list of bargains
before buying. Our
motto is ;
DO AS YOU AGREE
.." Pryr aliciart and burgeon.
oetra and RealdrBoe tu K. L. Hmlili llulldlng
uvar First Nat. Uaukv. Eturuuoe, rear
oCbank; ou 1'turd HU
. . Plume 871. .
' b umble,
" 'piJY'lfelClA.VCAM) SURGEON.
SucceMOr to lir. M. F. (Shaw.
Ckvlla promptly anwn !d la town or oouulry,
. - DayorNlglit.
TeLplmueir. Uexxlniive, 611; Office, 1113.
Ofttix hi tt. Ilioslua Building.
DR. J. EPGINGTON,
Physician and Surgeon
'Dffiw fivefthe First National bank.
Offlce phone 1433. Res. phone 76X1,
Office In Jackson Block.
.'pfBoe.phbne, No. 1471. Realdenoe, No, W3.
PHYSICIAN AXD tUKGEON
CBlla.pro'rnptly answered Jay or night.
Phone MWn 58! crttice and residence.
''t pcri, Smith Building.
Db. U H. Sbabp pb. Edma B. 8BABP
; Osteopathic Physicians
Graduates 6V.t(ie'Atueriqan School of
; Osterlpathy, Kirksville, Mo.
fJffiewiBJid Keidence Huxley Cottage,
' - Kiver street.
Phooa.Sft: , : ... ! Hood Uivkr,
STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
PUB! AMD ElTIMATM FVUUIU.
TREDFRICK & ARNOLD,
Eitlmatoa furnished on all kindiof work
SIM0NT0N & SONS
Architects and Builders.
Decorative Painting and Paper Hanging-
Plans furnlnlied. Estimates care
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
E. A. JEROME,
Hnvlng had several yean' experienee - In
-h hi, i id itta ' I won Id resoectfully
solicit a part of the rationale of the people of
Hood Ulver who anticipate building. Terms
.u n.,i.i u id ui. Israel im auaiHineeu. ui.
flee at residence rm I If iulit".
Timber Land Act Jon.t,l7
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
United fl talcs Land Offloe, Th. Dalles. Ore
gon, Feb. ii, i.-flouw ...
fn wmpllanoe with the provia oni of th. act
of Congress of June, "" "lSr. ,
lor tne aaieoi iimuor "..7 .
California. Oregon, Nevada and M aablngton
Territory,'1 a. eitended to all the Public
Land males Dy aci oi T', .7.
lowing named person! have filed In thla offloe
their ,worn etatemenU, to wit!
of Tualatin, county of Wroo. tait oT
Oreeon. iworn statement No.7st, filed In thla
office January 11th, WJo, for the Parchest of
the MUN EW of section , nd BUN ft ol sec. I
twp I north, rang, a east, w. .
HATT1K M. UDOBBun
of Portland, county of Moltnomati, aiai. or
Oregon, swora staiemem a. ii, ui, n
ary 13, 1906, for the purchase of the Lots , ,
10 and 11 of seotlou , twp. I north, rang.
aat. W. M. . . . .....
That they win oner proon, wj .uw vu.c iu.
landa sounht are more valuable forth. timber
or stone thereon than for agricultural pur
poses, and to esiaonsn mm oimi io mm
lands before the register and receiver at the
land offloe in The Dalles, Oregon, on April
Tbeynam.me louowing .uu
v. HmIvm of Bherwood, Oregon; Walter
Thorn psou, of Tualatin. Oregon: JSI i C. Olaon,
of Portland, Oregon; Hatll. M. v Connor, oi
Portland, Oregon, and jonn o, ui i
"iB,;i)I?2ii' nersnna claiming adversely any
of the above-described landa are requested to
n le their clalma in tnia omo on m uiur !
th day of April, 109. ,
UitM aUUHAtiL 1. milan, svegiswr.
ITImbsr Land, Act of Jan. 1, 1781
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
United State Und Office, Tli. Dalle!, Ore-
nrciirnrnin Dnwiin. Nevada and Washing.
ton Territory," aa extended to all the public
land ataiea ny act oi August
nfst Johns, county of Moltnomab, atate of
Oregon, has thli day filed In thla oflloe hi!
sworn siaiemeiii ro. " -. J, . .
the lot 1 1." r 8W0 P' 1 BorU,
"That he will offer proof! to snow that the
landa sought are more valuable for the tim
ber or stone thereon than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish bl claim a to aald
rands before the Register and Receiver at the
land offlce in The Dallea, Oregon, on May
He names the following witnesses: Nils C.
WILL PETITION FOR POSTOFFICE
Machinery for the Smith-Stanley Mill
at Urt en Point Nearly All
Olson und Win. 11. Bathgate of Portland, Ore
Inhn CI. Hedires of Tualatin, Oregon, and
p. Frualschy of Rood River. Oregon
a nv and all nurMous claiming adverse) any
of the above described landa are requested to
tile their claims in thl! offlo. on or belor. th.
said 12th day or May, iw.
Active operations have begun at the
new mill of the Stanley-Smith Lum
ber Co. at Green Point. Nearly all of
the machinery ia now in place and
U ia being adjusted, tne belts stretch
ed, the new journals on the machines
worn smooth, . and tbey are aliotit
ready to fill orders.
The new mill ia 80 feet wide and 2D0
feet long, and was erected without re
gard to expense in getting the best
machinery on the market and build
ing a mill that wag substantial and a
time-saver in all its departments. The
capacity of the mill la about 150, WM
feet per day, and with a '.U-hotir shift,
which will be put on part of the time,
capable of turning out 300,0K) fet't of
lumber per day.
This lumber will all be flumed down
to the Ruthton pi uer, a distance of
about eleven miles, and from an ele
vation in the mountains of ;i,.V0 feet
above aea level. This cheup water
transportation, lu addition to the
time-aaviug machinery with which the
mill Is equipped, will enable the com
pany to compete in auy market, und
la of peculiar beueflt to Hood River
valley, that this fact insures a perma
nent industry for the employment of
Between two and three hundred men
will be employed by the company in
all its departments, aud this will make
a sufficient town to warrant them pe
titioning for a postofllce which tbey
have lu contemplation. No more
healthful place for a town could he
desired than this looatiou in the
mountains, with an abundance of pure
CHAKL T. NOLAN,
. - Register.
J. li. Heilbronner
Fruit Lands, Real Estate anJ Irisuranre
ir I li. or new 1'nviils. n I'.l
HOCD RIVER, OREGON.
CARPFN I" K I i AND liCll.lU-'.K
Figure- H'"1 ltl'" ' ' ' ''
all kind ..;liii'l n 'lent -sctiia
hTsaVaOv K HALL,
Sin vi' vol-.' : . ;',
1 1 IM.'illr
;..i to. i. i.i
I Hit' U"i I fl
i.f rir I I
addrtka li. K. 1 .
1 i.n ' prcp trcd in do all klHil
i urvev'n. Accnritcy irtl ir
ii ivtn Hi'-I-cIhss wink ilcnif
Hooi! River. Phone 6uxl
1 Warn With Wbl1
Hood Hi vor S ludio
We have the In'pst In nwiiinl- and mn en
large jour Plmliw In Ciajwi. Plallimid ur
Hepla. SatlsfiK'Him gnunintcwl.
W. D. ROGERS, Prop.
of McMiini'ill . Oiitfon. will iiiMire yuut
iiroi'i'itv at till r ' fin it-s cm man
ativ other ine.it'itioii.
C. V. H0S, Special Agent,
H oil l!lv r, Oregon
The place to get aii easv
shave and first-class hair cut.
Our shop is metropolitan in
every respect. 1
Porcelain Baths in Connection
DeBORDE & GREY.
Timber and Homestead
I have for location some choice apple lands
and timner claims; also relinquishment ana
land to script. Call on or address,
Wm. F. IIA-ND, ,
Res. Pliune 376. Hood River. Ore.
.PHYSICIAN AND StTKOEON
., rnon. veRtrai, ur ui. , .
rifBA, ' HonfaflO W" 11 1 A. "M.;' 2 to
and to 7 P. M.
Ckown Bwdok Work a Sfkcialty.
Offlce over Telephone
Firtt National Bank Mam 311
'QM i -JENKINS D.M,D.
ft. 8iclalisteo Crown "and Bridge .Wd'rit.
Telephone offlo,S; resldaoee, 10.
r.BV. eargant lildg. - J Hood River, Ore.
t&, MrmMtAamti work Id th. vetcrln
atrfin.7 He-can -b tooni tay oalllng at or
pb nlng to Clarke a drug store.
bfracU Ftitnishe. - Money Loaned.
" MOOD RIVIR, OREGON
T?. TT WART WIG.
,te-T ,, iwn rraam i ah vwm- . -i, ,
'Olrle!'wtfh Bo.rDrCulb.Magji;. Co. Cpl-.l'.Wiaai!.,AVect8ettleniit.'"f-
,V . ; . -HOOD KIVKHORn-0
I tr U
3rdauBdllBn.. .. -
. JnMivKiut-U abstrajjteb. no-
-1 t.-, .bjaRV PtiBUlOand KltAL. .
at e'ir.t . - OtTAlU AGliNT.
'inrtrtn; Has had -many ya-ra .iperlenoe In
R&Lritlasers, as abstractor, searcher of
. titles' and age" rJatisfactloo guaranteed or
For Sale at the
A. T. ZEEK.
(Timber lnd, Act Junet,lK7.l '
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
(Tnlled States Land Offlce, The Dalle.,
Oregon, January 16, lll01I.Notlce Is hereby
given that In compliance will) the provlliin.
of the act of congress ofJiine , in.", entliliil
An act for Hie sale of Mlnber lamia In ili
lilies of Cnlllornlii. (irciioii. Atvadii i.n
ri irtturx. eniciiiii-n i hi
I. ii i -i.i - l wl Aiuu-i I, ''.
li i Hi to Kl 8
l. onni, ol MUUH Hlm'l. t l "I
- li.. ,.j hie In Inn. nilie HI-
,il H 1 1 . . I I -1 1 No.2700, o llle .l.vi,o-e i.l
III.. pWl4K'4. NWMK', Mill ..Be
llini"., i -.op I nonli riiiii HI., rt .il.
i in. i ii- .,ol oil -I r .1 los .w lh.. the
bill"-. o.li'lll ill.' Ml. .re V lUl.lhl HW tile "tllll-
Ihm- i.i Motie ili.iBi.ii Him lor aara-iilUirai
iinrfMHi. - i.ii.i to eit.Uu hi. claims Ui
uiU hind i.i f.iif Ihe KckImci and Heeelverel
ti land ..Ifii rt The Dulles, HHM,nn May
He iiuiic tie- f .l ovlll wl!iioe: Mis
0. o'wui.f. vt Viniisi), H...Jaiiiin V r'lsliei,
of I'oi in. ml , ur.-i.oii, und Jonu K. iledaes, i.t
AI1V HIIII till fM'rW.IIS Cllll.lllUlt i'liriP-l)
mi of lite alsne di'wnlwd Ikii.Ii are reiiel
ed I.. Hie llielr cliiluia ill llila otlii oil . b
line llie-ulil tOln . 1 . i ol May, IWi
IllSmlO Mi.:HAKt. 1. .Ml LAN. IttajUlci.
ITIinlM-r laind. Act .I'm.- s. l7j
NOTlt'K KOlt I'UHLICATIOX.
spring water, braoing mouulain air,
and beatitit'til surrouudingB. While
the snow fall is heavy in wiuter it is
not accompanied by much colder
weather thau in the valley. The sum
mers will le cool and delightful.
Quite a number of houses have been
erected in the new camp, a number
are in tents and temporary quarters,
and many more houses will hare to be
erected to accomodate married meu.
Alex Ueid, of Witteonsin, has taken
a contract to put the logs into the
Hume from 2 sections of timber land,
and has engines in position now to
iiegiu woik. The timber la being cut
by Lalfoity Uros.
Two miles of flume are being built
to 11 oat the logs to the pond at the
mill, whioh will bo another great sav
ing of expeuse. Tho flume ia being
built large enough to float the large:
logs, gome of which will be over six
feet lu diameter, and ate being out 32
feet and longer. Hy this Hume ar
rangement, tho timber will not have
to be hauled a great distance by;the
donkey engines, and several settings
convenient to the flume will be made
to shorteu the haul.
The timber stands very thick where
the logging is being dune, there being
from ten to twelve million feet to the
quarter section. It is unusually souut
timber, there being a minimum oi
waste to the logs.
A line Bito has been selected for the
logging camp, near the end of the log
flume, where a good spring can be
piped into camp, aud will be shelter
ed from the wind.
The company maintains a general
store at (Iroen Point, which does a
niching business. It is already well
stocked with a general line of sup
plies, has telephone connection with
Hood Kiver, and is general headquar
ters of tho camp.
What good does itilo you lo eat if
vour stomach (ails to digest food?
is'one. It does voii harm causes bekh-
tnir. Hour Hotline I. muuience, etc
When the stomach fails a little Kodol
DvaiiiMisiu Cure after each meal will di
gest what you eat and makes tho stom
ach sweet imams riinrmacy.
E. L. SMITH'S PLATFORM
MAKING STRAWBERRY CRATES
Hooil Kiver Box Factory Now Busy
Turning Out Strawberry ("rates
fur the Coming Crop.
C. A. DANO
Intending purchasers would
do well to see my list of city
and farm property before purchasing.
I'nlitd States Ijiii.i ult' c, The Dallea.ore-
gon, .Inn. ilnl, lt. -xiin-e is oereoy gien
that in compliance with the provisions of the
..I irmiirHHiir June a. 17. entitled "An act
for t ie sale ol timner niaua in ine stawa oi
Culllornla. Oregon, N'uvaua and Washington
Territory," as extended to all the publle Land
males by act of August 4, lsW,
HUM. AH OCTAVIA ROLLKSTON .
of Portland, comity of Multnomah, state of
Oregon, baa this day tiled In this office Ills
sworn siaiemeni no. siw.wr uiepureNMvui
the lots 13 and 14, section 91, lot 4, section si,
to. 2 N.. It. U Kmti and lot 4, section , i. i
n.irfh run-. S K W M.
"hull ill v oner Dnmi ui muw iud isuu.
unlit are more valuable for th. timber or
stone thereon than for agricultural put poses.
nd to establish ner claims to saiu nanus
before the Register and Receiver at th. land
offloe in The Dalles, Oregon, ou May IE, lwej.
Hhn names the to ow Inn witnesses: niia i
Olson and W. H. Bathgate of Portland, Ore.;
Mr. Smith's political platform is the
Reoublicau platform. Aa a candidate
hafnta the neonle of the state be is
oontent to be bound by the historical
and fundamental principles ot ins
Ha la In accord with our great lio-
O son and W. H. Bathgate oi roruana, ure.; i - "---- ,,. ,n hl, nllPI,nM .
Walter Bpeed of 8U Johns, Oregon; F. Fraut- publican president In Ills purpose.
sen y of Hood Kiver, Oregon. To regulate by appropriate laws cor-
ed i to Title their claims in this offlc. on or be- las well as all otnere tnai are vnuiu
fore the said liith day or May. two. proper reaerai control,
Shepard & Franz
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Are in correspondence with all parts of
the United H ates and are in good posi
tion to sell your
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Orient Fire Insurance Co.
I) R.JONES, Dentist
Crown and fridge Work.
7 -.Teeth Without Plates.
Treatment of diseased teeth and gums.
Offlce Brosius Building. Phone 1033.
Hood River Marble Works
Am . prepared to execute
all orderw for granite and
marble work, monuments
AIho contract for all kinds
of stone masonry, con
W, A. Morgan & CO.
f iVcewor to OaAger A Hartley
HeaA-yand Light Dray ihg
f and' Teani Work, etc. '
Phan142l. .:. HOOD RIVER, OR.
JF. G. COE
. Phon. 571
WE WANT LAND
We have buyers waiting for suitable
locations in the fruit belt.
List vour urotiertv with ua. We are
located at the hub and give special at
tention to the Hood Kiver district.
Portland property to trade for Iruit
LANGILLE & RAND
73 Sixth Street, Portland, Orego
WOOD TOR SALE.'
I am prepared to furnish mill and slab
wood, also other kinds ol wood.
I have a new steam wood eaw and am
prepared to do sawing. Also do general
team work. .
ljullj-h i. iiiii r-n j-.-. i
HON. E. L. SMITH.
To resulate railroad rates by an
effective law which shall be fair to the
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLE ME FT " Br ,hiunct.ona in labor dis-
Notice Is hereby given that the ; undersigned nntM aB weii ag Jn other disputes, so
executor of the estate or; j. w.niac,oeca,r---- armae of that a rent
has Hied his Dual account and report In IBS to prevent an Bouse oi turn, gicoi
auiri estate with the cl.rK of the Connty rinwer bv the courts
Court of the state or Oregon, mr "awo T regulate the national revenue
county, Oregon, and that Monday', the " J"'"'V muW. ,,. H i.i. BH
m nrui'ddav.'at the county obtirt I nnoaiVila while adiustins the
room at the county coun nous., m y"- itn regard to the Interests ot all soo
!! J?!S?i.SS JStU Til. anrl tndnstrlea.
oy ine court as me ii nic muu k -- . ,
airi renort. All Deraous interested In aald To allow unobstructed oommoroe be
estate are hereby nolltted to appear at wild I. thla Country and the PUippine
ITI SS'JSZSSi .houid n7t' be-.D'Droved lalanda. to the end that our own . peo-
an'd an order made dlacharging aald executor
and exonoratlug nla bonasinen.
Dated th..7th L'8liELLEy.
Execntorof the Estateof J. W. Black, daceaaed
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
pie aa well aa the inhabitants of the
islanda may be beneflited by the ex
obafiga of trade between them.
He ia In favor oi tne eany comple
tion of the Panama canal, aa it will
be not only of great national impori-
annfl. hnt of DeOUliar ueueui. 10 me
people or tnia ooast, snoneuiug hid
route of our commerce by many
thousands of miles.
He favors auob Immigration laws as
shall Insure now and forever bereufter
the maintenance of the standard of
American labor. American Homes anu
American oitizenship. Ab he believes
ITnlied States Land offloe. The Dallea, Or.,
un-h M.iii. Notice Is hereby given that
m enmnliance with the nrovlsions of th. act
nf coimreas of Junes. 1B7S, entiiiea "Anaei nir
ihulc,r timber lauds lu in. state, or t an
fonila, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington
Territory," as extended to all tb. public .laud
states ny act August a, mm,
PAUL P. McCULLY.
ofPortland, county of Multnomah, state of that the permanent population of this
Oregon, lias tins aay nieu """ " I country ougnt always to 1)6 composed
;r4mTt. I'ind :;nd VgirVVE of abch native and naturalized citizens
a in townahln I. ranaeteast. W. M., and will aa nan appreciate aud preuerve tile
offer proof tu show that the land sought Ii ori0inB,i principles on which this gov
more va usble fur It! limner ana sum. man i , aa ho Lnlincua that
for agricultural purposes, audio establish bl! ernment ia founded, he believes tnat
riuim to said land before the Kealster and Re-1 Immigration laws ought to be Strictly
eetver at The Dalles, Oregon, ob Ui. ib d? bat fairly and justly enforced, neither
, . i..ii,tina trios who aoouiu oe admit:
nBiniw"iw".1"v.u"iii 'wlri-"v " .... ., . . iii.
. . . . . l- I, I (-,..- I - 1 n.l,llnn Ihitca tl.' II I , U ll 1.11 1 (1 111.
isua, liiegou ; rreu rnuwu;. hiwu i.itbii wa Dur suuihi'.iiB uuim .. - -
tlrryon; ueorge nanuiey aim i iiaiiua, i jxcluded
Any and all persons claiming adversely th.
above described lands are requeatad tu 111.
their clalma In this offlce on or before th. 2lb
davof Mv. IU06 MICHAEL T.NOLAN.
ma mn nngisier.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Oontity Ooort of tb. flute of Oregon,
lor W asco county.
He la In favor of keeping the public
aervice pure by a rigid inspection of
tbe conduct OI ail puuilO uuicera aim
br tbe awitt punishment 01 aii tienn-
quejtta found guilty of grafting or dis-
In renard to matters that affect en-
n the matter of tb. estate of Ptaeb. Jwiei. Maniallv the People of Oregon, Mr.
deceased. ... .: . . ftmith'a nlatform is hie own persotml
Notice is hereby given that lb. undersigned -" , . i.n fnromoul for
has been duly appointed by tne County record. He baa been foremost lor
Court for Waw Coon ty, Oregon, admlBistr. vear In the promotion of large pulilic
trlxof the estate of Pbeb. Jones, deceased, latereate and enterprises of the state,
"d?,n irdnrllnff horticulture, irrigation and
aw .it iii -... "?:, i, ' .,i n,,u
aroper vouchers attacnea, witnin six Bumwi i gransporBLiuD. no unu vuij -j...
mm the date of the Hral pooilcallon of tbl! in tha larffer fleld and in a pulillO C8-
V!tJ2om'0,roa v' HoMl Daclty to use tbe aame knowledge and
EZMA R. JONEB. Mlanratlon and energy that have heeu
Administratrix of tbaeatat. eg Fbeb Jones, I .miirl haretrifrire in his private
Daied and oral Dobiune siaren in. mm. i I"1""" v"" :
..' T-ti L ... .1 i. I u 0I.k V.mm KAAn
Attorney! iot Aammiairairix
publican since he cast his maiden vote
in lnt) for Abraham Lincoln. He is
one of the sixtoen surviving members
of the California Legislature of l04-t).r).
On the recommendation of William II.
Howard be was uppointed Secretary of
Washington Territory in Wits and aub
eeouentJv took part in the delibera-
tinna of tho cotincilH of the Territoiy.
In 1H7( Mr. Smith estalilished his
mlilnncB at Hood Kiver. where he
ntill lives. His capacity for business
organization goon made itself mani
font in Kastern Oregon, and this to
int.lier with his devotion to the iuttr-
ests of the community of whioh he was
. 1 1 1L. II V.ll .
a inn inner, too ine ive ouuiiuniis ui
Wasco County, lu WK to nominate
him liv iinatiimoiis vote as Represen
tative in the State Legislature. He
wua (.leeted and became Speaker of the
Houh in the session of 1H8D. During
this session ho secured, with tbe as-
alubinrn of his colleaifuo. H. O. Mc
Cov. the passaue of the bill through
the House appropriating 100,000 for
constructing a portage road around
the ranids at Cascade Looks.
Fifteen years auo. when the orgiiul
ration called the "Columbia River
Wutnrwav Association" was founded
nomnosed of delegates appointed by
Mayors and County Courts, Mr. Smith
whh selected as president of the body,
and served with eminent success for
three years. A number of meetings
wore held, principally at Portland
Antoria aud Vancouver. In national
Irriuntion Mr. Smith has taken
..rniniient part. He attended the
National Irrigation Congress at. Og
ft, in. Utah, and at Kl Paso. lexas. an
was chonen along with Uovernor Par
dee. of California, Governor Morrison
nf Nevada, and So tutor Newlundi
Nevada, to make one of the replies
in the formal addrewt of welcome. He
waa elected one of the vice-presidents
at-luiun and hs such, was iustrumen
ui in securing tlie meeting of the
National Irrigation Cougrens recently
held at Poitland. wliorj lie was re
uluct.nil vice- president.
Otiring the pat six yeais mr. onntn
bus I .mi. 1 1 t'omniiHHioner-at-large an l
chairman of the State Hoard of Horti
culture. He is also president of the
Northent Frti it Growers' Association.
The cause of Horticulture lias Peon
advanced by no one more than Mr.
Smith. , ,
Mr. Smith was one of the McKiuley
presidential electors iu 18!Mi, and in
Hm cHinnaiun niado a stieaking tour
through the counties of JoHephine,
Douglas, Umatilla, Union, Sherman,
Mr. Smith Wongs to the staid ele
ment oi the Republican party, and ia
one of its most Bggress've members
and eloquent speakers. At the Lin
coln Day buuquet in Portland, Feb.
12th of this year, his addresa aud that
ot George H. Williams were especially
One of the important Industries of
the city are the departmenta of tbe
Davidson Fruit Co. in making oratea
for the berries, boxes for apples, and
ice for icing the cars, aa well as for
cooling the cold storage rooma. Per
haps but few of tbe residents of tte
city realize tbe extent and importance
of this woik. It gives employment to
a good many people, bes idea the cou-
veuieuoe ot lurulslilug tnese articles
The Hood River Box Faotory ia now
busy getting out 50,000 atrawberry
crates. The company have juat in
stalled a 50 horse power Westingbouae
electric motor, which displaces tbe old
iteam power. A new nana saw uas
tlso tieeu installed, wnicn ia a minia
ture saw mill iu itself, doing a great
variety of work, and ia much auperlor
to the circle saw for many purposea.
It takes a saw G Inches wide and a
length of nearly 27 feet. An ingen
ious arrangement for filing the saw
has been iitted up, so that a maonine
when started in motion will tile the
The factory is turning out l.&uo
orates per duy, with only half a crew.
the capacity or tne sawing aepanmeut.
heing .i.ouo per day. ine lumoer useu
ia lurch nn d white II r. selected on ao-
oouut of its whitecoloraud piuolpally
on account ot being free rrom odor,
which would taint fruit. Pine or the
yellow llr la not used ou the account
ot its strong odor, the pitch in the
wood being a serlotiB objection. Most
of this larch aud white fir can be ob
tained iu Hood River valley; although
some of It has been shipped lu on ac
count ot the two saw milla being ao
behind with their orders.
In the assembling department, men
do the nailing, putting in 39 naila in
each box.and two men will nail about
l,,rU0 per day. The hallocka are made
from veneer wood which ia out op in,
strips tho right sizo, scored at tbe
joints, aud then stitched on wire
Hlitching machines. These machine
are usually operated by girls, two at a
m ieliiiie, one to heud the ballock lu
l npu and the other stitching it
They b 'l-onie very a .t t iu u short
tin e aud tach machine will turn 4,000
o li.OOO er day. lu this depuitment
mi oi I, liv tho piece.
1 he ieo plant is now luiniug out.
three tu lour tons of pure spring water
e ptr day, In litre, clou1, acu pouun
nlos, i.nd have a ihre siuih s ilocK
ii hand lor icing ui tats, ua well aa
for local consumption, 'iheairauge-
ent of the new plant ia very conven
ient and modern, and was liullt wltn
tho view of having it aa complete aa
The old arrangement oi naving pipe.
n the various chill rooma has been
one away with, and tbe cold . air. la
ow supplied by means of fnua which'
foroe the cold air through woodon
itiBH. fur in I tti a perfect circulation,-
and avoiding the dampaesa caused br
ice mol'ing from cooling pipea in ine
rooms. There is storage capacity for
several carloads of fruit, and will be
especially desirable for perishable
fruit wlilon occasionally arrive. iuu
late for shipment on tbe day it la re
In one of the rooms are several
thousand sacks of potatoes, whioh are
now in as good condition aa when put
n last fall. Tuey are nrm ana buuw
o signs of decay or sprouts, iney
cau be placed on the market a little
later when most or tne oio .surpju
stook baa been worked off, aud will
bring muob better pricoa Tor Being
first grade stook.
All ot the maohlnery In the two
plants Is operated by electric motora,
power being transmuted rrom m at
hour service of the Hood River Eleo
trio Light & Power Co.
The latter oomoany nave now a uuge
amount of surplus power, and tbe aer
vice ia equal to any or Mie large oitiea.
There la still plenty oi iujb
for manufacturing, and Hood River
oirers exceptional opportunities ior
manufacturing, especially small indue
tries who are looking for oheap power,
desirable residence locations for em
nlovea. good transportation laouitiea,
and othei essentials to the economi
cal operation of their business.
Sew Push Club at The. Dalles. '
"Let us know your needs; we have
what you are seeking. " inat a tue
ao ThA Dullna Ktiainesa Meu'a Asso
ciation will bespeaking to the outside
world through literature oi an ainua
descriptive of tbe resourcea or ine
Dalles and vicinity, iney unvo
cently organized for tlie purpose of
developing those resources aud are go
ing at it in a systematic uiuu.
Their oltloers are: a. r ua&a, pioai-
dent; F. S. Ounuiug, vice president,;
C. ij. Phillips, treasurer; "w-
Donald secretary and manager ana j.
A. Router, K. C. Pease, H. J. Maler,
F. Menefee aud F. P. Taylor, direc
tors. Rooms IS aud l'J In the Vogt
building have beeu engased and there
J. S. MaoDonald, a well informed
promoter aud well qualified for the
work in baud, will transact business
for the association. Ho is already
hustling about becoming acquainted
with our varied resources and search
ing out every avenue whereby many
factories may be established and set
tlers induced to cast their lot in.auch
a goodly laud. Chrouiole.
Progress on the New Hitch.
F. C. Sherreib reports that about
eighty men are now employed on the
new ditch, and that the work ia being
pushed along as rapidly as poaaible.
The grent scarcity of men has made It
impossible to do the work as quickly
as was intended, but that the con
tractors are doing the best they can.
The ditch that is being made ia very
satisfactory, and fluming will be
avoided where it ia possible to do 'ao.
Very little flume will be required
this side of Dead Point, and it ia ex
pected that the ditch will be complet
ed that far by the first of July, and
water supplied tbe patrons from that
point by that time.