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HOOD fUVER GLACIEB, THTJlUJDAY, APEIL 19, 1006
Mkes Cleejn Breeui
With Royal Baking Powder there is
no mixing with the hands, no sweat of
the brow. Perfect cleanliness, greatest
facility, sweet, clean, healthful food.
Full instructions in the " Royal Baker and Pastry Cook"
book for making all kinds of bread, biscuit and cake
with Royal Baking Powder. Gratis to any address.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM T NEW YORK.
HON. E. L. SMITH
AND THE FARMER
The f almoin are juut ait much inter
ettteil iu the United Ktatos Beuntomlilp
h any other cluua of people. Wni
othor IntorowtH lmve in the phut been
looking nut for theuwolpes in thexe
Mutters, the limners liave eenuriil.
taken a buck Beat. l''or ttie ilrut time
tbey now hare an opportunity to ex
press their olioioe for the ofllun,
which ultootaithe interests of the state
perhaps more than any other. There
are lire candidate for the office
the coming primariuH, four of whom
are lttwyers, and oonnootod with other
tnau aKrtoiiltural interests. One
them, lion. K, L. Kmitli, of Hood
Kiver, had boon for yours promlnen
in the nd'ulrs that alloct the agrlou!
tn nil and hortioultural intorostH. 11
bag served for six yearn as the head
of the Hoard of Horticulture and hat
been not merely a nominal head, but
has been active in piouiotlug the de
velopmont and improvement of that
great Industry, He ban also been ao
tive iu promoting irrigation and othor
interests of the people at large. Hit
activity in the Interests of the people
has not been confined to election
times. He dorm not need, really, to
iiiuko any declaration liecaiiHO tils actt
and life are his best plutform iu this
bluoe lie has beau of mioh service to
the peoplo iu IiIh private capacity, it
may tie presumed that the olllce wool
not alforti him wider Mold for bin
elfortH. Wo beliove that Oregon ha
had in Its wholo exlHtenco but one
Senator who whh not a lawyer. Home
of them have douhtloHH boou good urn
no rellectiou in meant on them, but
it tieema to us Unit it in time for tin
farmers of Oieuon to uue this their
llrBt opportunity to go to their ow
dims for a Homitor.
In political mattora Mr. Bmitb baa
always been very prominoiit, not at
an olllce seeker or otllce holder, lint
ua a wine loader and iidvlfor. Ills In
lluouco in hia party baa boon exerted
on that high plaue which has less re
foreuoe to factional contests and etrug'
Klos for olllce than to the iiho of hi
party iih an iiiHtrument for the public
good ilia modesty kept him out ol
tbia field until late, but the domandti
for him to stand aa a candidate have
been too urgent lor him longer to ro
Wo make thorn) remarks in the in
teroHU of the people who are our pa
troiiB and not iu the intercut of poll'
tics. Mr. Smith' personal character
and ins pulillo aervlce in a private
capacity point to him as the ideal man
to represent the material Intercuts of
thin statu. Northwest l'aciflo Farmer.
I'aHfcrn Orcgmi (nmllilate for (lie
Stale Treasurer the Favorite,
Portland, April 17 (Special).
The ICeimblioan iress of Western
Oregon are aluiOHt unauimoua Iu favor
of and UHing their ell'orta to secure
the nomination of lion. John II. Ait
kin, of Huntington, for State Treaaur
er. Ah the iirens voices the sentiment
of tlio people, tlie indicatioiiH are that
he ia the l'avoiite in that section. In
this city he lias made a remarkable
campaign, his friends and admirers
are working early and late for him.
Ho is sure to receive a big vote here.
It is natural to suppose that Eastern
uivgmi jicpuniieiuin win give li tin a
vory large majority. They should lall.v
to his support, in doing so can secure
lor him the nomination.
J io mis iiih.Ic tlie cleanest canvass
among all his competitors without
personalities or mud throwing, has
not combined with politicians or
bankers, but is conducting a clean
cut honorable campaign, one the peo
ple should and wilt endorse.
Have Yen l)piisla, Indigestion!
If today you suffer from impaired di
gestion, aluggish liver or impure blood,
and you wore told of a preparation which
would cure yon ul small coid, would yon
try the remedy ? There is a mcdicine
tiiien's August Flower, (Io to your
drne-gir-t's and buy a tent bottle for
ccnlM, or the regular size for 75 cents. It
you have lined all other dyspepsia reme
dies wilhoulsatisfaetiiin, or if you have
never used any precaution forthrac dis
tressing affections ; if you have headache,
biliousness, loss of appetite, sleepless
liesw.nervoiisiiess, or any disorder of the
stomach or liver, cure yourself quickly
by using the infallible August Mower.
ll is not an ulcoholic stimulant, lull
quite harmless for general use. (let a
copy of (ireeu's I'ri.e Almanac
Pay Your Dog Tax.
Marshal (iauger gives notice that
after May let, he will impound and
destroy all dogs on which the tax has
not been paid, lie proposes that none
ahull escape, so if you want, to save
your dog, sen that you pay the tax by
the above date.
Whereas, the Seoietary of State of
the state of On gu;, has i.otilleil me li
writing that pursuant to the pro vis
long of an act entitled, "An act inak
log etfectlve the Initiative and refei
endum provisions of section 1 of arti
ole IV of the constitution ot the state
of Oregon and reguluting election
thereunder, and providing peualtie
for violations of provisions of th
act," approved February i, l'JOIl, the
People's Power League ot Oregon duly
tiled in his otllce on February II, IDOti,
OF STATEMENT NO. I
an initiative petition containing 8,2i
signatures properly attached to a copy
of said measure, oertilled iu accord
anoe with law, demanding that a pro
posed law, the title, tenor and effect
of which (a hereinafter particularly set
forth, shall be submitted to the legal
voters of the state of Oregon for tbe
approval or rejection at the goneral
election to be held in said state on tbe
1th day of June, b lug tbe II rat Mou
day in June, 11)00,
Now, therefore, I, Ueo. E. Cham
berhtiu, governor of the state of Ore
gon, in obedience to the provisions ot
said act hereinbefore first mentioned
do hereby make and issue this procht
iiialion to tbe people of tbe state ol
Oregon, announcing that tbe said Peo
plo'a Power League of Oregon has tiled
said Initiative petition with the'requl
site number of signatures thereto at
tun lied demanding that there shall lie
submitted to the legal voters ot tbe
state of Oregon for their approval or
rejection at tlie regular election
be beld on the 4th day of June, 1900,
said day being the llrst Monday I
said month, a bill to propose by initi
tive petition a bill entitled "A bill fcr
a law to prohibit tbe issuing or furn
Isbiug of any pass, tickot, tramporta
tion or service either tree or at less
than regular public rates, to any per
sou, ami io proinoii tne receiving or
using or any sucti pass, ticket, trans
portatiou or set vice, and providing
penalties lor tne violation thereof."
the tenor and effect of which, in brief
First : To make it unlawful for any
putuio service oiisIuosb or corporation
or any of its ollicers or agents, to fui
uihii wiumi cue state any pass, ticket
service or transportation either free
or at less rates than are open to the
public generally, or for any one to
solicit, accept or use within such state
any audi pass, ticket or service, lint
the act shall not be construed to pr
hiblt the issuing of mileage, oommu
tntion or excursion party I ickets, pro
viueii tne same snail lie obtainable on
eiiual terms without diaorimination by
persons or excursion parties apply
ng therefor under like circumstances
and conditions, nor to piohiblt the
granting of passos or rodcued rates bv
any such business or corporation to its
own ollicers, agents or employes trav
el lug iu iu service, or to oharltablt
or reformatory institutions, n"r tc
prohibit tbe exchange of passes bv
railroads with ollicers or employes ; of
otner railroads ; and upon any ship
meuc or iivcstocK ol suon nature as
to require an attendant, a railroad
may iuruisn to tne snipper or some
person designated by him, free trans-
ortatlon for such attendant, luclud
ing return passes to tbe point at
which the shipment was oriuluallv
mane, provided more shall lie no dis
crimination iu reference theicto be-
Second : To require every nubile
service, business or corporation wlth-
u the state, ou or before tbe 1st day
r i' etiruary of eacfi year to cause to
e tiled with the Secretary of State
nder oath a statement of all passes.
ickets, service and transportation
it her ftee or at less rates than, are
opeu to the public generally during
tlie year ending December Hist next
receding, showing the name of the
Ilicer or agent who granted or issued
ia same, to whom and why urauted.
and the consideration therefor.
Third: To reouire any person hold-
ug a pub Io ottlce or position under
e laws of the state or any municipal
ity, before the payment to him of bis
sultry, to tlie as a part of his receipt
statement showing that since taklmr
Itiee he has not received or used any
eo or reduced rate piss, ticket,
transportation or service prohibited
by law from any public service busi
ness or corporation.
I'ourth: io detlne public service
nsiness or corporations.
Fifth: To declare violations of the
act a misdemeanor, and nrovilimr
lies in case of conviction, and if tbe
ersou convicted be a public ottlcer.
lie shall forfeit Ids ottlce and the ottlco
tie declared vacant.
Sixth: To make it a misdemeanor
iu case any public service business or
corporation fails to make and file the
statement required by the terms of
the act, and providing a peualty In
case of conviction.
Done at the capitol at Salem, this
2sth day of February, A. 1)., UKHi.
iSigned) tieo. K Chamberlain,
liy the governor: (Signed)
F. I. Dunbar,
(Seal) Secretary of State.
The now famous Statement No. 1 of
the primary law niakea it possible for
tbe people of Oregon to name the men
who shall hereafter be elected United
States Senators from this state. In
stead of leaving that important matter
to forty-six or more members of the
legislature to decide, influenced by
any old influence, a Statement No. ),
legislature will be directed and com
manded to elect the men who have
Urst passed muster by tbeir party, and
then passed muster by tbe whole peo
ple. And this ia all there is to State
ment No. 1. It is now simply a ques
tion as to which method the people
prefer, and it is for them to say in
tbe present campaign. Tbe law ia not
what the bosses, who constitute the
machine, want, because with the sen
atori'd election removed from the hails
of the legislature the opportunity to
make money out cf tbe sale of that
ottlce is taken out of tbeir bauds.
Therefore tbey and those great oon
eed interests who are always in tbe
uiaiket to buy a senatorsbip, bad de
termined to ignore tbe law and then
repeal it in 10ui. This bad iully been
determined on when Jonathan Hourue,
Jr., of Portlanu, who for tea years
has been working to substitute tbe
new for the old method of electing U.
S. Senators from Oregon, undertook to
block this game of tbe bosses and tbe
trust Interests. It could be done only
by arousing tbe people to stand for
the law which they themselves had
passed in the election of June, 1904.
In December last he put out 9000 cir
cular letters to tbe signers of the petl
tions on which tbe law had been sub'
mitted to popular vjte, and warned
chem of the purpose of certain Inter
ested parties to nullify it. The re
spouse showed that tbe people weie
unsuspecting of danger, and in Janu
ary be sent to every registered voter
iu the state an appeal to stand by the
law, and inclosed a return postal card
pledge, some 10,1)00 or wbicb were
signed and mailed back to him. Many
hundreds of letters were also tent to
bun encouraging him to continue tie
work to save tbe law, and urging him
to become a candidate for United
States Senator, under its provisions,
as he had already become Its Cham
plon. In February he announced his
oaudldHcy followed by the platform
on which be is now seeking tbe nomi
nation. To every registered Kepubll
can voter in the state one of these has
been sent, and Mr. Bourne is now
putting out a final appeal urlug tbe
voters to support at tbe primary polls
only Statement No. 1 candidates for
This campaign to save the law from
being wrecked I y tbe politicians be
has conducted himself, and alone has
oorne all the expense incident thereto.
It is est in: uteri that he has sent
through the mails iutbe neighborhood
or a hair a u illlon letters.
In oonneotlou with this cauioaiim
there are two significant facts. One Is
that tbe country press has not discuss
ed the law, ixcept in isolated cases,'
and then geneially to ooudemn with
out elucidating it ; the other is that
ail of the moneyed interests and tbe
class that enjoys special privileges un
der special laws, have been and are
now opposed to tbe election of Sena
tors by tbe direct vote of the peoplo.
Of all the wealthy men In the state,
Mr. Itourne is tbe only one wbo has
espoused tbe law and tbe people's de
mand for a cleansing of Ol
A good comrade
for cabin or castle
Sold only in aroma-tight tins.
J. A. FOLGER & CO.
Never in bulk.
SAN FRANCISCO lit
Jj The Hood Rivei Bakeiytiwi
If chased 200 'barrels of urUkfld6nMA;
U "Crown Flour uOct; 1, 1905; They,
1 have i just placed another order jl
w with lis for 100 barrels more. Atu jL
1 vMr. Williams' Bakery tan be f ound if
w .the b&$ bread in the? city, arid it vj
n lis made from our "Golden Crown 11
Qy flbur. The bread speaks for itself.
Our White River and GoIW Crown flour
can be found for sale at all the leading gro- v
Dcers.1 Try a sack. Once used, always used
For Sal 1$
Hdbcl RiVer, Oregifi
lUimimatlsiii Makes Life Miserable.
A happy home is the most valuable
possession that is within the reach of
mankind, hut you cannot Injoy its com
forts if vou are suffering from rlieiitna'
item, ion in row aside business cares
when you enter your home and you can he
relieved iroin tlioee rneumatic pains also
y apptyinii uiianioerutii) s fain liulin.
One application will nive you relief
and lis continued use for a short time
will bring about a permanent cure.
r or sale by Kier and Cass.
A LARGE STOCK OF
GIVE YOUR STOCK SOME OF
... Williams' Condition Powder...
Guaranteed the best on the market.
If not satisfactory money refunded.
This splendid Stock Food as well as all First Class
Pure Drugs are found at
, Hood River's Greatest Drug Depot
CHARLES HALL, Proprietor.
WHITE SALMON VALLEtfBXNK
NOW OPEN FOB GENERAL BANKlttGT BUSINESS. '
Carleton Lewis, Pres. ; C. M. Wolfard, Vice Pres.
J. A. Byrne, Cashier.
' DIBECTOR8 :
W. II. Moore, C. M. Wolfard, A. H. Jewett,
Carleton Lewis J.A.Byrne
R. D. GOULD,
Bartmess' Furniture Store
ON A CASH BASIS
Steam and Hot Water Heating
All jobbing promptly attended to.
S. ! FRANK
All Repairing Promptly Attended to
flwh at Jackson's.
and Kastern White
Midway Chop House
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
WALTON & THORNTON. Proprietors
Good Rooming Housee
everything First Class and
FOR POWER AND LIGHT
THE MOTOR ON THE SHELF will work for
you quietly but sutely; out of the
way power with no dirt or noise.
SMALL MOTORS find a place in every
business, la there not a place for
tliem in yours ? Ste
Hood River. Electric Light,
Power & Water Co.
(irlp (liili Klj kiiiit'kcil (Int.
"Some weeks apt during ilie severe
wniter weather both my wife and niv.
self conlareted severe colds which speed
ily developed into thu worst kind of Is
crippe with all Its miserable svnin-
toms,"says Mr. .1. S. Kleson ot Maple j "I suffered for five years with kidney
Landing, Iowa. Knees and joints m li-1 and liver trouble, which caused severe
ing, nuiHcclssore, head stopped np, oves pains across the hack and a blinding
and nose runninc. with alternate spells ; headache. I had dvsmuwia mid wns
c.mstipatnl that I could not
i Suffered for Five Vear with
ml l.lver Trouble.
REDUCTION OF TEN PElt CENT ON ALMOST ALL1
A Large Line of New Spring Goods
MATTINGS and CARPETS
At prices never before quoted -
Malleable Iron Beds, guaranteed against breaks by the
factory for 25 years, and yet cheaper than the cast beds.
We get them direct from the East. Call and look them over.
S. E. BARTMESS
Building Material, Carpets, Paints, etc.
Undertaker and Embalmer.
Buy Your Fruit Boxes
Hood River Box Factory
and Patronize Home Industry.
Best Quality Lowest Price
Phone Main 71
, New Location.
We are now located in the Smith Building, in the
room formerly occupied by J. E. Hand, where we will be
pleased to see all of our old customers as well as Hew ones
i ins large and weii-iignteu store lias ieen ntteu up
witu tne best and most complete stock of
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour and Feed
ever displayed in the City. Fresh Vegetables received
daily. Call and inspect our stock.
SPOT CASH GROCERY
WOOD & SMITH BROS., Proprietors.
A First-Class House .,
Moderate Rates Good Service
Farmer's Dinner 25 cts
P. F. FOUTiS,
Hood River Prop.
I wish to say to all our old friends and custom
ers who for so many years came to our shop for
their meats, that jt is useless for me to introduce
Wood Bros., our successsors, as their 18 years in
the"butcher business in Wasco county has made
them so widely known that tin introduction is un
necessary. Being honest,' capable business men,
they have the means and ability to rwn a business
as it should be run, and in a way that will be a
credit to our city. ' ":
I expect to stay with the new firm for-awhiler.
and will be glad to see you all at the old stand. " 1
will guarantee that you will get just as much meat i
for your money, just as courteous treatment and
just as prompt service as can be had in the city. - :
We will have a full line of everything good to 3
eat for the Spring trade. -
E. S. MAYES?
Horseshoeing a Specialty
All repair work neatly
and promptly done.
Corn f of Oak and First Street.
HOOD RIVER. OREGON.
ol chills nml lever. We 1k'iiii wu,f
ClminlieilaiiiN Contrli lieinedy, niilinj:
the Piiino with u duulilu iloi-x ul Clmiu
berlain'o Stomach anil Liver Tahletn,
and liy its lilerul Uo eixni eonipletely
knocked out tlie Si i.'' Sld by Kier A
con lit not move mv
liiuvel.i without a stliartic. I waa cureil
ly i'liamherlain Stomach and Liver
Tablets and have been well now for ix
month," fays Mr. Arthur S. Strick
land, of ChattanooK, Tvnn. For sale
by Kier and Cass.
Eureka Meat Market
McGl'IRE BROS., Prop
Pettier in Fresh ami Cured Meats, Lard
Poultry, Fruits and Vegetables.
Free Fellvery. Phone Main 35.
NOW IS THE TIME to trade your old Stove in, on
A NEW RANGE
The Big New and Secondhand Store :
is the place. We buy, sell and exchange anything in Furniture, Stoves, Carpets, Tin anl3
Granite ware, Crockery, and in fact EVERYTHING salable.
Come in and be convinced that we can SAVE YOU MONEY.
O. P. DABNEY &" CO., Proprietors