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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, JUNE 14, 1906.
HOOD RIVEK COMMKRCIALCLUB Meet.
every second Monday In eacb munth at S p.
m., in tbe club rooiua over Jackson's Mora.
A, D. Molt, Herre tnry.
hCKjD RIVER l.ol HiK No. 106, A. K. and A.
M. Meets Miiiunluy evening on orbefor.
each full imam. A. H. Blowkhs, W. M.
I). McDonald, HeereUtry.
HtKIDRIVKRCH AFTER NO. 27. R. A. M.
Meets ItrM and iblrd Friday ulghtsof eaca
roonlli. D. McDonald, H. P.
A. I). Mok, Secretary.
HOOD HIVKK CHAPTER NO. 85, 0. K. 8.
Meet second and fourtb Tuesday evenlnf
ofeacii in. mlh. Visitors cordially weloomeo.
Mrs. T. J. Kinnaikd, W. M.
MES.THKKEMA C AS TN KH, bfeCfStary.
EW1LDK LOUtiE NO. 107. I. O. O. C -
Meeta In Fraternal ball, every Thursday
night. R. O. FAKBOTT, N. O.
Alln neai,, Secretary
EDEN ENCAMPMENT, NO. 48, 1. O. O. K.
Regular meeilug aeuoud and fourtb Mondaya
of eacb month. H. C. COOK.0. I.
11. u. burnt, Scribe.
LAUREL REBEKAH DEOREK LODOE NO.
HI, I. O. O. K.-Maela 11 rat aud Iblrd Fridays
lu eacb month.
Mrs. E. W. Udell, N. O.
Mm. Doha Thomson, Hecretary.
WAUOOMA LODGE NO. , K, OP P.
Meet in K. of P. ball every Tuesday night.
Thoh. f. Johnson, C. C.
V. C. Brock, K.of r. and S.
HOOD RIVER CAMP, NO. 7,708, M. W. A.
.Meets lu K. of P. ball every Wedueaday
niiflit. . E. B. M AYla, V. C.
C. U.lJAKlN, Clerk.
HOOD K1VER CIRCLE NO. K24, WOMEN OK
Woodcraft-Meet at K. of P. ball on tbe
llialaud Third Fridays of eacb month.
Lou McUbyhoMMI, U. N.
F. W. MclUYNoi.ua, Clerk.
RIVERSIDE LODOENO. 8 A. O. U. W.
Meets Orat and third Saturday, of eacb
month. F. H. Blaou, M. W.
E. R. Bradley, Financier
Chkhtkk WHUTK. Recorder.
OLETA ASHEMBLV NO. 103. UNITED ART-lsans.-MeeUi
Ibe Hrst and third Wednes
days, work; secoBd and fourth Wedueedayi
Artisuua' hall. o. W. Thompson, M. A.
C. D. Henkich, Secretary.
COURT HOOD RIVER NO. 42, FORESTERS
of America, Meeta aecond and fourtb Mon
days lu each month in K. of P. hall.
HKNBVA F. KoUT8,C. R.
F. C. Baostcs, F. C.
CAN BY POST, NO. 16, 0. A. R.-MEETS AT
A. o. U. W. hall, aecond and fourth Satur
day of each mouth at 2 o'clock p. m. All
O. A. R. members Invited to meet with us.
8. A. HkiNNUt, Commander.
Thomas Qohh, Adjutant.
CANBY W. R. C, No. 16-MEET8 SECOND
and fonrth Saturdays of each Month in A.
O. U. W. ball at 2 p. m.
Ellen Blount, President.
Okktkude B. InuLks, Secretary
MOUNTAIN HOME CAMP No. J4W, R. N. A
Meets at the K. of P. Mall on the seooud and
fourth Fridays ol eaeb month.
Mm. cakki Baosius, O.
Mhs. Ella Dakin, Recorder.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Telephones: Office, 281; residence, 811.
SUROEON O. R. AN. Co.
JRS. MARY JORDAN, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Offices and Residence in E. L. Smith Building
Over Flrxt Nat. Bank. Entrauce, rear
of bank, on Third HU
H. L. DUMBLE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Successor to Dr. M. F. Shaw.
Calls promptly answer 3d in town or country,
Day or Night.
Telephones: Residence, 611: Office, 613.
Olllce lu the liioalus Building.
DR. J. EDGINGTON,
Physician and Surgeon
Office over the First National bank.
Office phone 1433. Res. phone 76X1,
M. F. SHAW, M. D.
Oflice in Jackson Block.
Office puoue, No. 1471. Residence, No. 593.
DR. M. II. Sharp
Dr. Edna B. Shakp
Graduates of the American School of
Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo.
Ollice and Residence Huxley Cottage,
Plume 25 Hood Bivkb.
p C. BROSIUS, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
'Phone Central, or 121.
Office Hours: 10 to ' 11 A. M.; 2 to S
H. D. W. PINEO.D.D.S.
Crown Bridge Work a Specialty.
First National Bank
C H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Telephones : Office 283; residence 1045
Ollice over iiutler Bank,
Hood River, Ore.
M. E. WELCH,
LICENSED VETERISAKY SEUUL03
Is prepared to do any work in the veterin
ary line, lie ran be found by calling at or
phanlng to Clarke a drug store.
Attracts Furnished. . Money Loaned.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
E. H. HARTWIG,
Will Practice In All Court.
Office wlrh Oeo. D. Culbertson 4 Co. Col
lotions, Abstracts, Hettlement of Futa.
HOOD KIVEK. ORKN.
FOTJTS & DERB t
Attorneys at Law
HOOD RIVER. OREGON.
JOHN LKX.AXD HENDERSON
ATTORN KY-AT-LAW. ABfTKACTER. NO
TAB V PUBLIC and KEAL
For 21 yi-ars a resident of O egon and Wash-
Inetcm Has had many year, eipertenoe in i
hui KhIala matters, as abstractor, searcherof
titles and agent. Hatisfaclion guaranteed or
Our List of Bargains
in real estate will
J. II. Heilbronner
Fruit lands, Real Estate and Insurance
Ground floor new Davidson Bldg.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Hood River Studio
We have the latest in mounts and ran en
large your Photos In Crayon, Platinoid or
Hepla. Satisfaction guaranteed.
W. D. ROCERS, Prop.
The place to get an easy
shave and first-class hair cut.
Our shop is metropolitan in
Porcelain Baths in Connection
DeBORDE & GREY.
For Sale at the
A. T. ZEEK.
Crown and Bridge Wort
Teeth Without Plates.
Treatment tj rliaMUKtd teeth Slid IIUII18
t)fl t Brogius BuilUliiB. rnoue ioaj.
Eureka Meat Market
McGUIRE BROS., Pp8.
Dealers in Fresh and Cured Meats, Lard
Poultry, Fruito and Vegetables.
Free Delivery. Phone Main 35.
F. G. COE
r.8.HTAWI.Kr, K UHK1TH, E.O.BLAHCHA
Pre. Vlce-l'res. Cashier.
V. C. Bbock, Asst. Cashier.
The First National Bank
OF HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Capital and Surplus, $30,000. :
P. M. HALL-LEWIS & CO.
Civil and Architectural
Engineers and Surveyors
M ak. surveys, plans and estimate, for sew
er, itght and power and railway plants, and
furnish, subj. ct to approval, plans, specifica
tion, aud estimates for all classes of bull it I bus
Cubllo, private aud mercantile. Special at
ntlon (Ivan to economic and alow-burning
construction. Anenracy aud economy guar
anteed. DAVIDSON BUILDING
HOOD RIVER. OREGON.
STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
S. H. COX
1LAI A B KlTIMATM TVMI.IU.
FREDERICK & ARNOLD,
Ba4!Uf tarnished on all kind, ol work
SIMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
Decorative Painting and Paper Hanging
Plana furnished. Estimates care
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
E. A. JEROME,
it i i. ., , ...I... i VMra aTn.ri.nm In
drafting and building. I would respectfully
solicit, a pan oi me uhmmiimko wi h p-,-.
Hood Ktver who anticipate bulldlnK. Terms
reasonable, a id satisfaction guarauteed. of
fice at residence on Helifhts.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Figures iu.il entiiiiatva furnished on
all kinds of building and contracting.
H. SEYMOUR HALL,
I am Qualified and prepared to do all kinds
of first-class Isnd surveying Accuracy guar
anteed. Those who wis'' first-class work done
address K. F. V. a., ilooa Hiver. rnoue ouji.
of McMinnvllle. Oregon, will insure your
property at 0 per cent less cost than
any other institution.
U. r. HU, special Agent,
Hood Rlrer, Oregon
Timber and Homestead
I have for location some choice apple lands
and tlmqer claims; also relinquishments and
laud to script. Call on or address.
Wm. f. hand,
Res. Phone 376. Hood River. Ore.
Also Farms, Timber Lands.
St. Johns Realty a Specialty
HOME BROKERAGE CO.
Room 9 Breeden BIdK, PORTLAND, ORE.
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.
Hood River Marble Works
Am prepared to execute
all ordern for granite and
marble work, monuments,
Also contract for all kinds
of stone masonry, con
WE WANT LAND
We have buyers waiting for suitable
location in the fruit belt.
List your property with u. We are
located at the huh and eive special at
tention to the Hood Kiver district.
Portland property to trade for fruit
LANGILLE & RAND
73 Sixth Street, Portland, Oregon
WOOD FOR SALE.
I am prepared to furnish mill and alab
wood, alDO other kinds of wood.
I have a new steam wood saw and am
prepared to do tawing. Also do general
In the circuit court of the state of Oregon, for
Ralph Hpenoer, Plaintiff
Beulab V. tspencer, Pelemlant.
To Beulab V. Hpenoer, the above named de
In tbe name of the Btate of Oregon, you are
hereby required to appear aud answer the
complaint filed against you In Hie abov. en
titled suit on or before the explistlon of sli
weeks from the date of the flrM publication of
this Summons as hereinafter sisted.snd II you
fail so to answer, the plaintiff will lake Judg
ment against you and will apply to the court
for the relief prayed for in tits complaint
That the bonds of matrimony now existing
between plaintiff aud defendant lw forever
dissolved, and for such otber and further
relleras to the court m.y aeem proper.
This suuimons isseived upon you by publi
cation thereof once a week for nix consecu
tive weeks in tbe Hood Hiver dlscler, a week
ly newspaper printed and published lu said
county and state, and by order mnile and en
tered herein on the &!d day of May, lwl, by
Honorable W. L. Bradshsw, Judge of said
court. The date of the first publication of this
summons I. tbe 34th day of Muv, Imm.
M. K. Ml I.I. Kit,
Attorney for t'lslntlff.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, United Btatea
Land Office, Tb. Dalles; Oretion, May 1Mb,
1WI6. Notice Is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler bas filed notice of his In
tention to make liusl proof lu support of
his claim, aud that said proof will be made
before Geo. T. Prathet, U. B Commissioner,
at tils olllce in Hood Kiver, Oregon, on June
is, 1VU6, vie. :
of Hood River, Ore., on H. E. No. KJ7, for the
NKN W, NHNtt' "d SW.NKii, section
30, township 'J uorih. rsnge 10 east, Vf . M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
discontinuous residence upon aud cultiva
tion of said laud, vli:
Joseph llengst, John llackel, t'liatles W.
Retdaud John Kelley, all ol Hood layer. Ore.
mMJil MICHAEL T. MILAN, Register.
United States Ind Office, The Iialles, Ore
gon, May. 1, WOll. Notice Is hereby given
that tbe following-named settler hss tiled no
tice of bis Intention to make final prool In
support of his claim, and that said proof will
be made before Geo. T. Prattler, II, 8. Commis
sioner, at bis ollice in Hood Hiver, Orugou, ou
June!, HUM, vis:
CHARLES II . STANTON,
of Hood River, Oregon, on H. E. No. Ktt for
theHK',. section i, township 1 norm, range 10
east W. M.
He names tbe following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultlva
tlon of ssld land, vis.: Jacob M. Leur., of
Ml. HiskI, Oregon ; Joseph A. Kuox, Charles
Murphy and J nine O. Cameron, all of Hood
' MICHAEL T. NOI.AN,
In the Circuit Court of the state of Oregon, for
Grace Harrow, Plaintiff
Charles Harrow, Defendant.
To Charles Harrow, Defcndunt:-
In the name of the state of Oregon, you sre
hereby commanded to appear In the above en.
the 12th day of July, aud answer tliecouu
plalnl men tupuoKk vipu ill miiu coiiil niiu
ci(u-e and Tor waul of such answer Hie plain
ltd h III apply to the "ourt lor Hie relief de
miinileil lu the coinpli'lnl to-lt:
Korutlegreu dissolving the bonds ofmstrl
niony between plalutlfl aud dcleiidanl, grant.
i I..,.. I,, ailulnlltt' ut.A ll
oreelug the custody of their minor child to
This summons Is published by order of
Hon. W. I.. Ilradauaw, Judge of tbe above en.
titled court, made and entered this 2Ub day of
Date or first publication, May 31st,
r . JAr H. CIIHiN.
m31Jyl2 Attorney for plaliitlfT.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
United H tales Land Office, The Dalles, Ore.,
Aprils, ItSSi. Notice is hereby given that in
compliance with the provisions of the set of
Congress of Junes, 1S7H, entitled "An act for
the sale of timber lauds In the mates of Cali
fornia, Oregon, Nevsda, and Washington Ter
ritory," as extended to all the Public Laud
states, by act of August 4, WM,
of Seattle, Wiishlngton, ha- this day filed In
this office her sworn statement No. IWtKI, for
the purchase of tlieME' of section .16, town
ship 1 north, range Beast W. M., and will oiler
priHil to show that the laud sought Is more
valuable for Its Umber und alone thau lor
iigikulluiul purpose-., and U esiabllsh her
claim losaldlanJ lulorc Hie Register and Re-r-elver.
at The Dalles, Oregon, ou tbe 28lti ds.
of J line, l'JOil.
Hhe names as witnesses Nils C. Olson, of
Pollland, Oregon, Cburles J. Fairbanks, of
Heattle, Wash., Fred Frautchy, of Hood
River. Oregon, and Louis K. Burkbard, of
Hood River, Oregon.
Any unci all irsons claiming adversely
the above described lands are requested to
file their claims In this oflloe ou or before
said listli day of June, IHM.
mli-jat MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United Htntes fjtnd Ofiice, Tbe Dalles, Ore
gon, April 2, WW!. Notice Is hereby given that
n compliance with the provisions of the act
of Congress of June 3, l7s, eulltled "An act
tor tile saleol limner lanus lu me iuh-h ui
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington
Territory, ss exieuueu ui an me i-mmc
ljuiil Hlates by act of August i, lsrti,
CHARLES J. FAIRBANKS,
of Seattle, county of King, state of Wsshing
IngUin, bas this nay II led In this office his
sworn statement No. 2ii7, for the purchase of
the Wk.HE'i, NEJ4HEK, section M, and NWU
HW'4, section l, In township 1 north, lange i
east w. M., and will oiler proof Pi show that
the land sought is more vaiauuie lor us um.
ber aim atone thau for agricultural purpose,
and to establish his claim to said laud before
ih Beirlster and Receiver at f'he Dalles, Ore.,
on the 2lh day of June, Htm).
He names as witnesses nsu. uison, oi rorn
land, Oregon, Maude A. Fairbanks, of Heattle,
Wash., Fred Frautchy, of Hood River, Ore
gon, aud Louis Burkbard, of Hood River, Or-
Any and all persons claiming adversely
tbe above-described lands ar. requested U
file their claims lu tins omce on or osiore saiu
28th day of June, 1IM.
m3-ja MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
iTnltMtHt.tr I .ami Oltlce. Tbe Dalles. Ore
gon, Msy 22, msi Notice Is hereby given thst
In compliance with the provisions of the act
ofCongressof June 8, IK7S. entitled "An act
tor tbe sale of limber land, lu the stauwof
California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington
Territory," as extended to all the Public ixnd
Hlates by act of Augul 4, IsW,
of Wasco, county of Hheruian. state of Oregon,
has this day men in mis omce ins sworn
statement No. SMS, for the purchase of the
WVjNE'i snd E',NW'4, of section No. 9U, in
township No. 1 N., range No. II K , W. M., and
will oner prisn 10 hi". "
Is more valuable fur its timber or alone than
for agricultural purs)es, and to establish h's
clalmJU) said land Is-fore Oeorge T. Pratber.
U. B. Imimlssloiier, at ins oinc in noou
River, Oregon, on the Itilh day of August, luui.
He names as witnesses: Archie C. French,
Olltord i, Woodwoith, Roy Woodworth and
Ouy Wsk1 worth, all of Hood River, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
bove-descrihed lands are requested to die
their claims in this oltlce on or before said
ltilh day of August,
JVa M 1CH AKli T. KULAR. iteglster.
NOTIUiC FOR PUBLICATION.
.. ...j ...... , .. A i,m TI. riullu. rmm
gon, Msy 23, taos.-Notlcels hereby given that
In eompllancewlth the provisions of tbe act ol
(ougress of Junes, is,s, enuuea -An act ior
the saleot 1 1 in tier Isnds In tne xtates oi Cali
fornia irwn. Nevada, and Washington Ter-
rltory!" as extended Ui all the Public lnd
State, by ;lor August iiwi,
AHTIICR P. T1KKT.
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
Oregon, lias this day filed In this offlne his
sworn statement No. ll, for the pun-base of
the lots 1, S, 4 and ft, ol section wo. is, in mwn
mI.Iii No l N.. ranae No. II K.. W. M.. aud will
oiler proof to sb w that tb. land .ought 1.
more valuable for its timber or stone 11 au for
agricultural purposes, and to establish his
claim to sala iana ueiore ine negisier ana
Receiver at Tbe iialles, Oregon, on tbe JUtb
day of August, 180b.
tie namM as wltneHses: Iwls K. Morse,
Prank Cliandler.Charles L. Morse and Wll
n.m V Uiinrt. all of HiskI River. Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file
their claims In tbls office on or before said
yuth day of August, lwsi.
J7al6 MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register.
WILL BE THE NEXT BIG FAIR
Celebrates tbe 800 tli Anniversary uf
First Permanent Settlement
Interest In World's Fairs now cen
ters at Jamestown, Vs., where next
year will be held one of those big fairs
that advertise the industries of the
country, aud bring together the peo
ple ot the nations, but more especial
ly the people from .distant parts ot
our own oountry. It should atford
an ecelleut opportunity for the l'a
citlo Coast to advertise its resources
to the world, besides giving our peo
ple an opportunity to visit the East st
redueed railroad rates.
Besides the usual exhiliits and at
tractions similar to other world's
falrs,;ther are uiauy places of inter
est near Jatuestowu.
In the immediate vicinity of the
Jamestowu Ex position is the Notfolk
navy-yard, which has cost the govern
ment over twenty million dolhti's. It
employs more thau three thousand
meu, who 'build, repair, or equip
ships of the navy.
Fortress Monrou, immediately across
Hamptou Koads, is the largest Ameri
can fort aud one of the best equipped
strougest, and most picturesque mili
tary points in the world. It dates
Midway between Fortress Monroe
and the exposition is Fort Wool, or
tbe Rip Raps au adjuuot to the larger
foritloatiou recently improved and
At Newport News is tbe great ship
yard wete so many battleshhips cruis
ers, torpedo boats, destroyers, and
submarines have been built. II hue
tbe largest diy-dock in the world.
1 he United States Naval llospitul a
Portsmouth is the largest institution
of its kind in the oountry. The aged
aud disabled sailors are there troitted
at government expense.
At Hamptou is the National Hol
der's Home. Between four ami tire
thou.,aud United States pensioners are
kept there, in a beautiful park. The
town also has the Hampton Normal
School, where Indians anil negroes are
Jamestown Inland, the site of Hie
first settlement, is about tliiity miles
up the James ,1'ivor. ilinuiMtiiirg is
about the smue .distance. Yorkluwn,
where Coruwalis surrendered, is with
in pleasant sailing distance. Pctois
burg aud Richmond, both famous in
history are uot far away.
Ihe exposition will tie largely his
toric, so far as its laud features are
conoerned, aud situated in the must
historic portion of American te-ritory.
Those interested in pursulug .the na
tion's story may visit famous scenes
To an extent, it will be an Indus
trial Exposition, but it will contain
only such exhibits as are likely to
prove most interesting auu exempiuy
the highest developetneut of iudus
ti iai art.
The International naval rendezvous in
which will participate all the world's
naval powers, will be tbe most stu
pendous display of sea power ever wit
nessed. The internatlopal military encamp
ment will otfer to Amreicuus for the
Hrst time au opportunity of viewing
tbe military representatives of many
nations encamped together, aud it)
size and general scope will be the
most complete internationrul encamp
ment in history.
Tbe exposition will be the first one
ever ooustiucttd wlii-h will illuatr.ite
a distinctive style of architecture.
It will be entirely colonial. Ail uf
the builiugs erected by the exposition
company will be replicas of seven
teenth ceutuy structures or elabora
tions of tbeui.
The Concutsioiie Division, culled
the War Path, will coutaiu a varied
collections of the beat amusements
enterprises possible to secure. These
lines will be oonduoted by recognized
experts in their various lines.
The historical exhibits will bo col
lected and displayed under the super
vision of the Historical Societies, and
mo t of tbe manufacturing exhiliits
will represent live work Unit is, the
converting of raw material into fin
ished product before tbe eyes of the
visitors. The section devoted to the
Arts and Crafts will display handl
workeri turning out finished ai tides
from cotou, wool, iron, copper, silver,
wood and stiaw. r-uolio amusements
of various sorts will be seen, innum
erable bands will play at numbers of
pointa about the grt unils. military
parades and drills will be of daily oc
curence, naval evolutions oi many
kinds, above and below water will lie
witnessed. Dirigible .bulloous mid
aeronlaues will traverse the air and
oonvey passengers from the slime to
tbe ships. Ldiige outdoor uiiuitic
meets will be held on the water anil
on the laud. Expert open-air per
farmers will divert the visitors. Salt
batbins will be a feature. J he moi-t
stiectaoular tire-works will he display
ed, and leproductions of the battle
between theAlerrimac anil tne Moni
tor will be given at stated intervals.
There are ionmoralilu otber enter-
taininir. interesting and niiiusuig feat-
urea which might lie set form, out for
lack of space.
Th..u in nn nun.1 worrv i lur filmiir 111
iiicid in "-'J ..... ...... j
,lluimfort IwpaiiMfi of ii ilixiirilorHrl iIil'PH-
.. ... L ..I.. f I'.IW ,1 I. , I ll
1 1 VklPt I'SI A nrwl at-fl u liat it will dll
for you. Kodol not only digests what
yon eat ami gives mat tireu Htumucii a
nuiulnl r.i.t Lnt is a cnrrerliv'H i if the
greatest elhciency. Kodol relieves indi
gestion, dyspepsia, palpitation oi ine
Kodol will make your stomach young
ana neaituy again. iouwm nony jum
in tl.u i.ritriortir.ll tllflt VOIir St.nllllicll
worries you. Worry means the loss ol
ability to Jo your best. Worry is to be
avoided at all times. Kodol will Hike
II, e wnrrv out of vour btotllftcll. Sold
by Williams' I'liarinacy.
If your stomach troubles you do not
conclude mat tuere is no cure, ior n
.... . 1...WU Imun ...riii u iimii 1 1 1
cured by Otianilierlain'e Stomach and
Liver Tablets, jet a iree sample at
I E n,l Cua'i rtrllir atom unil tive
them a trial. They also cure constipa
tion auu uiuuueiicws.
State Horticultural Society Meeting.
The midsummer meeting of the
State Horticultural Society will be
held iu Salem, Oregon, July J aud 7,
liKHi. It willdie a special cheiry meet
ing. In continuation of the move
ment las-t year looking to t he improve
ment of our fruit displays the busi
ness n eu of Saieiu have donated cups
for the best displays of cherries as fol
ieii-potind box commercial pack
Hrst prizesLamberts, cup $10; Royal
Anns cup, 10; Deacons, cup, (10;
Uiugs, cup, $10; Black Republicans,
Secoud prize Lambert cup, $i;
Bings, cup, $0; Royal.Anns, cup, sfii.
i Best assortment naiiiod varieties on
plates lirsl. prize, cup, 110; second
Unnamed seedings of merit on
plates tlrst prize, cup, 10; second
prize, cup, $0.
For further particunis as to coinpe
titiou write M. McDonald, Salem, Or.
Ibis is a splendid display of cups
aud tho cherry growers of the state
ought to make a general response to
such a generous otter. Bring or send
your fancy fruit. Let us show the
people of Salem that we appreciate
their good will.
This will he the biggost and best
summer meeting that the society has
held iu years; iu fact, it promises to
out class the past annual meetings in
Tho Marion County Society has
sttoug committees in chnrgo of all
phuses of the work aud the visiting
horticulturists are assured a hearty
welcome and a lively time.
The program will include papers
aud talks by such men as Dr. Card
well, Ool. DoHoh, Professors Coote
anil Lewis, Commissioners Newell,
lieid und l'aik, and Messrs. J. R.
Shepard, F.. 11. Shepard, M. McDon
ald, L. M. Uilheit, 11. C. Atwell,
lieo. il. Liiiulierson, E. C. Arm
strong, II. S. tiilo, 11. M. Williamson
While the meeting is chiefly fot the
cherry, the walnut will receive no lit
The tlrHt session will be held at 1 :.')U
p. m. Friday, July ti. Saturday
morning visiting horticulturists will
see tho sights of Salem and vicinity
liy courtesy ot the Oregon Nursery
Strawberry Trade In Local Cities
Tacomn and Seattle consume great
quntitics of berries during tho season,
which lasts from tho llrst of April
until August, The Hrst lierrius come
from California, then Southern Ore
gon is reaily to ship. Folloing that
iu rapid succession, tho berries come
in from Keiinowick, Hood River, the
island of the Sound and as late ai
Augtiht fruit is received from the hill
couutiy arouud Hood River and else
where in Oregon aud Washington.
Tho favorites seem to be the Clark
Seedling, Mai shall, Sharpless, Dollar
and Mngoon, the lust named being
grown ou the inland of l'uget Sound
mostly. The tlrst two are the best
shippers. It is conservatively esti
mated that during a season Seattle
will consume at least thirty thousand
crates of strawberries and Taooma
almost that number. Probably as
ti in i i V aro handled through these
cities for other points. In a talk
vulh commission meu Hi tho two
cities, it was ascertained that most
the growers are protlttng by experi
ence uud the instructions of (loalort
and Hie now packing their berries a
satisfactory manner, although some
do not realize the necessity for care
ful packing and guiding. Many of
the commission uieti preler to haudle
berries entirely on consignment, lie-
Ntuso they can never tell ahead what
the price and conditions are going
to bo. The price, as in other commo
dities, fluctuates with J the supply.
Uioy would rather deal with the grow
ers direct wheru they know how to
put up the berries, but it is their ex-
erienco that members ol the various
associations pack the fruit iu better
shape thau do individual growers iu
a majority of cuses. Systematic grow-
iuu and packing, iu tin estimation ol
the commission men, psy much bet
ter than careless work and is much
better for all concerned. The berries
from Hood River und those grown in
Washington come packed in better
bane than tho fruit from California,
and tho berries from the South have
the additional disadvantage of long
distance shipping. Some growers,
those of Hood River and Kennewick
especially, have a-ranged to ship
their berries through brokers whose
business it is to soe that the fruit
comes to the market iu good shape
aud is disposed of per agreement.
Iheri. too, the broker protects tne
market when he sees that it is likely
to become overloaded. Commission
men are beginning to appreciate the
oik of tbe brokers, for allowances
and tho settlement of disputes can be
miido without the loss of much time
or trouble. Several hundred growers
on the islands of the Sound have also
organized and this year they aie
baudlinu their homes through urox
;;rs iu Seattle and IVoomn. home ot
the commission firms prefer to buy
outright, rather than sail on consign
ment. Charles I'.. Cutter. A. w.
hennevfirk Strawberry Crop.
Accurdiug to canvas by tho Kenne
wick Fruit Orowera' association about
i'iTi actes will bear strawberries tbls
season, i icui or maturou paicnes is
estimated at lo0 crates to the acio.
Tho price last year averaged 1.1.00
tier cruto. taxiim tne entire uurntiou
of tho shinning season Into consuiern'
tiou. To be conservative the estimate
was based on tho average price of
iifiO. Figuring on this basis above
mentioned 1W acres at loO crates to
the acre will .jive a total yield for
market of IK, Tot) crates aud even at
tho low price of fjO per crate this
will BUk'ri'KHto the larue sum til Mt,
8"r. The Kennewick Courier states
there will bIho be the crop from
patches not in full bearing, but yet
sit llcleutly developed to produce uer
lies for the market. It is difficult to
estimate in any way this port ion of
the 75 acres, making the total acreage
of berries In at least partial bearing
M. If calculated that tbe 75 acres
will produce one-third ot a crop or
50 ciates to the acre this will make
an additional 3750 crates and an
added income to the valley of 'J,!175,
aud a grand total of $04,:175 worth of
berries for market.
The Kennewick berries were the
earliett on the market last year.
IS READY TO
BIG SAWMILL BEGINS OPERATIONS
Tlif Nenly-CouipletetlMllIlof the Oregon
Lumber Co. at Dee Ready for
S. V. Fisk, who installed the elec
trical machinery at the Oregon Lum
ber Company's big mill at Dee, was
iu Hood River Suuday aud informed
the Olacier that tbe mill is practically
completed aud that it will start this
This is one of the most up to date
millv in the west aud will cut IHXI.OIH)
feet of lumber every 24 hours. It is
a double-out band, the only one of its
kind on the coast. The mill will ruu
by electrical powei generated by tho
850 horse power dynamos which are
driven by water power obtained from
the company's dam across Hood
River, the water wheel having a capa
city uf 2,000 horse power.
The mill has been practically com
pleted and was started up Suudav,
hut a break-down iu the log-conveyor
delayed operations for a few days
necessitating taking some of the parts
to Portland for repairs. It Is now
ready for business, and active opera
When in full operation about 100
meu will bo employed, aud the pro
duct of the mill will start to tbe mar
kets of the world over the Mount
Hood Kailroad, now i ' operation
from Hood Kiver to Dee.
The company own au extensive
body of flue timber exteuding 20
miles back in the valley to which a
road is now being constructed which
will he used to bring logs to the mill
and for freight and passenger t rattle.
The company have establshed an
industry whioh will. uot ouly produce
dividends but be of "lasting benellt to
this whole section of oountry.
Italns Assure Illtf Harvest In Crook Co.
Unprecedented rain throughout
Crook county during the past two
weeks makes certatu large crops for
tho present season, besides assuring
bountiful supplies of range grass for
the stock. Crass is growing wheie It
has never grown before, say the stock
men, aud continues to thrive and
remit in green.
From every section of tho county
fat mors bring word of the heavy ralua
which have thoroughly soaked the
ground and given the grain and other
crops a start which no amount ot hot
weather can check. The farming dis
tricts, as a result, are rejoicing over
the good fortune which has been
showered upon there oommunitiea.
Old sett lei s gay that this is te first
time lu years that so much rain has
fallen at this time of the year. Lata
Mav and Jane rains are especially
desirable in this section of Eastern
Oregon, but it is extremely seldom
that so much moisture falls as there
bas this year. For the past three
weeks rain baa fallen frequently and
several heavy rains have occurred
during that time. Especially in the
Agency Plains and Haystack sections,
where Croou county produces us
wheat, are tbe prospects bright for a
buumer crop this fear. Bains there,
as iu other districts, have been gen
eral and heavy enough to thoroughly
soak the ground. Priuevllle Journal.
Hill Advertise Oregon.
nD .if tha IiIooauI. snhouiAH for ad
vortislng Oregon has beeu undertaken
iu Portland by Philip a Bates, pub
lisher of Oregon's great agricultural
uiouhly, tbe Pacific Northwest. The
proposition is nothing less than tbe
taking of M young lames, one from
each county of the state, to tho
.lui,i.,utouii avrinaitinn. which will
open May 15, BHJ7, at Jamestowu, Va.
J. lie exposition IS to couinieuioravH
il,., il rut uMtHoiiini. nt the English In
the United States, which took place
IU PiUi. 11)18 uisiuncai eveuii iu tue
history of the country Is one whioh
gives opportunity for a wonderful ex
ploitation of tbe great strides whioh
have takeu place iu the past 'M) year
and tbe Jamestowu exposition, from
an educational standpoint, will no
doubt prove an exceptional undertak
ing along these tines.
Una furmor'a rlaiiifhtur from each
county in Oregon will betaken by Mr.
Bates. She will oany a large amount
of literature for general distribution
.. ,. . 1 -kUL It 1.
along tne lines oi travel uim iv
expeoled our boards of trade will fur
nish. Tho method of choosing the can
didate rests wholly with the farmers'
daughters of tbe state. They are all
entitled to compote for the honor. It
is a simple proposition uepeuuiuK ou
the numbur ot subscriptions sent in
hv the candidates. The oost of the
paper is 50 cents a yeur.
All expenses will oe paiu anu tne es-
li,.,l,l unit nf tlin trill is over 110.-
000. It will prove a wonderful adver
tisement for the state as Mr. llatea
makes no charge for the worn tie win
do. His efforts to make Oregon bet
tor Lumen I hrnUL'holl t the United
Stutes will receive the support of
(ieorge T. Prather has sold his
building on the corner ot Oak and
Front street to U. W. Haper, or
rather a three-year loae with the
option of purohuse. It is said that
the sale is contingent ou Mr. Kaper
making a certain busine.-s deal.
Mr. Prather has purchased the cigar
stand of C. A.Wood, which will bm
managed by Frank Reynolds, while
.Mr. Prather uses the west room in the
building for bis real etl..te and insur
You cannot induce a lower animal to
eat heartily when not feeling well. A
sick dog starves himself, and gets well.
the stomach, once overworaeu, musu
have rest the same as your feet or eyes.
You don't have to starve to rest your
stomach. KODOL FOR DYSPEPSIA
lakes up the work for your stomach,
digests what you eat and gives it a rest.
Puts It back in condition again. You
can't feel good with a disordered stom
ach. Try Kodol. Sold by Williama's
If you need screen doors, window
screens or meat safes, don't forget i
U. Coe. Carpentering. Phone 571.