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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, JULY 5, 1906.
HOOI RIVEK IIOMMEHCIALCLUB-Meeui
every second Monday in each uiontb all p.
m . in the elub rnnnia over Jaokson's store.
H. K. Da vidsos, Pres.
. A. D. Mok, Becretar.v.
mum RIVUtt I.IIUI4K No. 105. A. V. and A.
M,-Mwta Saturday evenlnc on or before
eacn run moon. A. a. blow nan, w . m.
1. McDonald, HeereUtry.
Iirwill HIVVII I H AHTKR NO 27. It. A. M
Meet dint and third Friday nights of eaca
month, v. McuoNAi.o, n. r.
A. D. Mob, Secretary.
H(K)U HIVEK CHAPI'EK NO. 5, O. K. 8
Meet second aud fourth Tuesday evening
of each month. Visitors cordially welcomed.
AlHS. T. .1. KINNA1KD, W. U
Mas. Thbkkma Camtnkb, Secretary.
ini.F.wii.nr. i.niit.K no. 107. I. O. O. F.-
Meeta lu Fraternal ball, every Thursday
night, h. u. rABHorr, n. u,
Allbn NEAI-, Secretary
l- ,. L.uilUDIIk,1' K'n Alt I Ik ) IT
Keg-nlar meeting second aud fourth Mondays
01 eaeu UIOULIl. . J. wm, "
11. (J. bHiTU, Scribe.
I .HIRk'l KKHVKAH DEGREE LODGE MO,
HI, 1. 0. O. F.-Meeui first aud tblrd Fridays
in eaou xuoum,
MRU. E. W. UDEtL. N. Q.
Mr. Dura Thomson, Secretary,
wiiimMt i.nixiK No. 30. K. OF V.
Meets In K. of F. ball every Tuesday night.
'1 Boa. r, John son, u. v,.
V. C. Baoca, K. of a. and &
HOOD RIVER CAMP, NO. 7,1W, M. W. A.
Aleets la K. of V. ball every Wednesday
nlgbt. is. a, mayks, v. v.
C.U. DAKIN, Clerk.
HOOD RIVER CIRCLE NO.M4, WOMEN OF
Woodcraft-Meets at K. of F. ball on tbe
Urstand Third Fridays oi eacn montn.
Lou McKEYNOLua, (i. N,
V. W. McHkynoi.us, Clerk.
RIVERHIDELOIJOENO. 08 A. O. V. W.-
Meets first and tblrd Saturdays of each
inouib. r . it. dlauu, in. n.
E. R. BRAUI.EY, Financier
L'hkstkk HIIUTK, Recorder.
r.w ...m . . uul'ti Dl V STrt 1 tlUITUll ART.
111, 1 iiv. iwi ... -----
lsans.-Meels tbe first aud tblrd Wednes
days, work; second and fourth Wednesdays
Artisans' nan. u. iaunwi ..
C. D. auiBiiu, Secretary,
COURT MOOD RIVER NO. 42, FORESTERS
of America, Meets second and fourth Mon
days lu eacb moulb In K. of F hall.
Sknkca F. Fouts, C. R.
F. C. BaostCS, F. C.
OANBY P08T.no. 18, 0. A. R.-MEET8 AT
A. O. V. W. hall, second aud fourth Satur
days of each month at 2 o'clock p. m. All
U. A. R. members Invited to meet with us.
s. A. Skinneb, Commander.
Thomas doss, Adjutant.
CAN BY W.R.C..NO. IS MEETS SECOND
and fourth Saturdays of eacb Month In A.
O. U. W. ball at p. in.
Ellen Blount, President.
Uebtrude B. IsoLics, Secretary
MOUNTAIN HOME CAMP No. 349, R. N. A.
Meets at the K. or F. Hall ob tbe second and
fourth Fridays of eaeb month.
Mas. Cabbie Brosius, O.
Mrs. Ella Darin, Recorder.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Telephones: Office, 281; residence, 811.
bUKUKON O. R. A N. Co.
JKS. MARY JORDAN, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Offices and Residence In E. L. Smith Building
Over First Nt. Bank. Kntrance, rear
of bank, on Third St.
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.
Office lu the llrosius Building.
Physician and Surgeon
Office over the First National bank.
Office phone 1433. Res. phone 76X1,
M. F. SHAW, M. D.
Office in Jackson Block.
Offlce phone, No. 1471. Residence, No. 693.
Dr. M. H. sharp Db. Edna B. Suabp
Graduatee of tlie American School ot
Osteopathy, Kirksviile, Mo.
Office and Residence Huxley C8to8e
Phone 25 Hood River.
0. liUOSIUS, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
'Phone Central, or 121.
Office Hours: 10 to 11 A. M.; 1 to
H. D. W. PINE0,D.D.S.
Crown Bridob Work a Specialty.
Firet National Bank
C H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Telephones : Office 283 ; residence 104!)
Otliee over Butler Bank,
Hoop Rivkr, Ore.
M. E. WELCHT
LICENSED VETERINARY SURGED
Is prepared to do ny work In tbe veterin
ary line? He can be found by calltuK at or
phniuK to Clarke s druij store.
Abstracts Furnished. Money Loaned.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
E. H. HARTWIG,
Will Practice In All Oonrfs
Offlce wlrb Geo. D. Culbertaon A Co. Col
lections. Abstract. Settlement of Folates.
HOOD RIVER. OKE-tOln.
SENECA F. FOUTS
Attorney at Law
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
A. J. DERBY
HOOD RIVER. OREGON.
JOHN' LKLAXD HENDERSON
ATTORXKY-AT-LAW. ARSTRAOTER, NO
TAKV Fl BMCend RKAL
KSTATfc; AUKNT. 1
For SI year a reniden ofo eg-nn and Was
ItiKton. Has had many yearx ex erleiice In
Hel Estate mm lent, n atwtractor, searcher of
titles and agent. (Satisfaction guaranteed cti
Our List of Bargains
in real estate will
J. II. Heilbronner
Fruit Lands. Real Estate and Insurance
Ground floor new Davidson l!Mt?.
HOOD RIVER and PORTIDND, ORE.
Hood River Studio
We bave the latest in mounts and can en
large jrt'ur ll.'L.PB 111 ,vlHjri,U, I U.IUUIU Wl
8epla. Satisfaction guaranteed.
W. D. ROGERS, Prop.
The place to set 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.
1 R .JONES, Dentist
Crown and Bridge Wort
Teeth Without Plates.
rrratment of ditteaaed teeth and gums.
Utll.f Hnnitia Building. Phone 1033.
Eureka Meat Market
MiGUIRE BROS., Props.
Dealer In Fresh and Cured Meata, Lard
Poultry, Fruito and Vegetables.
Free Delivery. Phone Main 35.
F. G. COE
F.S. Stanley, K.UHbith, E.O. Bi.anchab
Pres. Vlce-Pres. rasnier.
V. C. Bbih-K, Aunt, ('anliier.
The First National Bank
OF HOOD RIVER, OREOON.
Capital and Surplus, $30,000.
P. I HALL-LEWIS & CO.
Civil and Architectural
Engineers and Surveyors
Make aurveva. Diana and estimates for sew
er. Ilvht anrl invcr and railway plants, and
furnish, milij. ct to approval, plans, specifica
tions aud estimate for all cIhhws of buildings
public, private and mercantile, npeciai at
tention irlv.n to economic and slow-burning
eonstrwtlnn. Aiwuracy and economy guar
anteed. DAVIDSON UUL.D1NU
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
. STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
s jj CqX
AMD ZlTIMATM FpUHtMU.
FREDERICK & ARNOLD,
laiiaaUi (urnlshad m all kinds of work
Phnnoa- Amoia, Main H,
SIMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
necorallre Painting and Paper Hanging
Plana furnlahed. Estimates care
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
E. A. JEROME,
Havlnir had wverni vears' experience In
drafting and building. I would respectfully
solicit a part or the patronage of the people of
Hood River who anticipate building. Terms
reasonable, a id satiHfaitlon guaranteed. Of
fice at residence ou Heights.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Figures mid eftiumtea furnitslicd on
all kinds of building and contracting.
H. SEYMOUR HALL,
I m tiiiHllfled and prepared to do all kinds
of flint-claw land surveying. Accuracy guar
anteed. Those alio wis ' ni'Ht-ciass wore aone
address K. K. 1. 2., Hood Ulver. Phone 50x1.
of McMinnville. Oregwn, will insure your
orouertv at 60 per cent less cost than
any other institution.
r. ku, special Ageni,
Hood ttUer, Oregon
Timber and Homestead
I have for location some choice apple lands
and tlmqer claims; also relinquishment and
land to script. Call on or address.
Wm. f. rand,
Res. Phone 376. Hood River. Ore.
; Cijmr Store
Also Farms, Timber Lands.
St. Johns Realty a Specialty
HOME BROKERAGE CO.
Room 9 Rreeden Bldg, PORTLAND, ORE.
Shepard & Franz
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Are in corrpspondencn with all parts ol
the United K 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 orders for granite and
marble work, monuments,
Also contract for all kinds
of stone masonry, con
Dodge & Reid
Carpenters, Cabinet Makers
We do repairing In wood and metal. Furni
ture making a specialty. Uuus,
bicycles, etc., repaired
Phone Ml HooU KIVEH, ORK.
WOOD FOR SALE.
I am iirvpared to furnish mill and slali
wood, alHO oilier K:mis ol wool.
I have a ne steam wood saw and am
prepared to do sawing. Also do general
In theclrcnlt court ol the state of Oregon, for
0 Ralpn Hpenoer, Plaintiff
Beulah V. Bpencer, Delendaut.
To Beulah V. Hpancer, tbe above named de
In tbe name of the State of Oregon, you are
hereby required to appear and answer the
eompiaini niea against you c"
titled suit ou or before the expirallou of six
weeks from the date of the first publication of
tbs Summons as hereinafter staled, and It you
fail so to answer, lb plaintiff will take Judg
ment against you and will apply to the court
for the relief prayed tor In bis complaint
That the bonds of matrimony now existing
between plaintiff and defendant be forever
dissolved, and for such other and further
relief as to the court may seem proper.
This summons is seived upon you by publi
cation thereof once a week for six consecu
tive weeks In the Hooa niver uiacier, a wees
In newanuner nrinted and published III said
county and stale, sort by order made and en-
terett uerein on me u uj w
Honorable W. 1 BradsbsW, Jndife of said
court. The dale of the flrst publication of tills
summons Is the 34th aay ol May, m .
M. k. Mll.l.KK.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
(Timber Ind, Act June S, 1X711. 1
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United Htatet Land Office, The Dalles,
i t .. ifc lufMt Niittn la hot-Mhv
urqiuui ,fuuv , ww. .
given mat In compliance with the provisions
ol tne act oi congress oi j uuw , nw., cununt
"An act for the sale of Umber lands lu the
states of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory," as attended to all
the public laud slates by act of August 4, lKtu,
PAUL P. MoTULLY.
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
Oregon; uss niea in inisoim-e uii.wuru mmv
nieut no. sa;. tor tne pim-uaiw ihb nn ,
aectlon 4, lots 1 aud and HK'NK of aecllon
No. a. In townshlii No. IN.. Itanxe No. UK., W.
M. and will offer proof to sw that the
lands sought are more vaiuauie tor me iim
lMr nr atone thereim than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish his claims to
said land before the Register and Receiver at
the land otnee In The Dalles, Oregon, ou the
26th day of August, ItKW.
lleuaines as witnesses; rreu rnsuisruy, 01
Hood Rlvsr, Oregon, aud Mis C. ulsru, of
Anv and all Demons claiming adversely
anvot the above-described landa are reuuesu
ea to nie tneir claims in tins ouirv on or
lore the said th day of August, iwm.
In the Circuit Court of the stats of Oregon, for
Grace Harrow, Plaintiff
Charles Harrow. Defendant.
To Charles Harrow, Defeuduut:-
in tne name oi tne siai oi utvkimi, you are
hereby commsnded to appear In the shove en
titled court and cause on or before Thursday
thel2lh day of July, ltKHi, and answer the coin,
plaint filed against you In said court and
cause aud for want or such answer the plain
tiff will apply to the court lor the relief de
manded In the complaint to-wlt:
Kor a degree dissolving the bonds of matri
mony between plaintiff and defendant, grant.
Iniran anmlute divorce to plaiutlU ai.d de.
cnelng Hie custody of their minor child to
t ins summons is puousiieu oy oruer 01
on. W. L. Uradshaw. Judge of the above en.
titled court, made and entered this HI h day ol
Dale ol nrst pu intention, May iisi, ixxv
JAY H. UI'l'ON,
niSIJj 2 Mtorueyfor plalntifr.
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION
UniU'd States lAnd Olfloe, The Dalles, Ore.,
April t, IUU0 Notice Is hereby given that In
compliance with the provisions of the set of
Congress i Mime 3, 1K7H, eiilllled "An act for
the sale ol timber lands In the Mates of Cali
fornia, Orison, Nevada, and vtaslilnttun ter
ritory." as exlended to all lha Public Laud
slsles, by aelof Augnst 4, r
ofHealtle, WiislilngUiii, ha this day filed In
this office her sworn sialement No. tfSilil, for
Ihe purchase ol I he S K of sectlou lown-
shlp 1 north, raiiKeK east w . M., and will offer
pnst to show thut the land sought Is more
.valuable for its timber and stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish her
claim tosaUllsnd before the Register and lie
cetver. at The Dalles, Oregon, ou the 281 n da
Khe names as witnesses Nils C. Olson, of
Poltland, Oregon, Chsrles J. Fairbanks, ol
Seattle, Wash., Fred Kiautchy, of Hood
River. Oregon, and Louis K. Burkhard, ol
Hood River, Oiigon.
Any aud all iersons clulnilng adversely
the above described lands are requested to
rile their claims in tills office ou or before
said 2Kth day of June, Km.
m:tJ28 MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register.
III the Circuit Court of the Stale of Oregon for
the oounly of Wasco.
Cameron T. Uroat, Plaintiff,
Anette tlrotit, Defendant.
To Anette Uroat, defendant above named.
In the name of the Htate of Oregon you are
hereby required to apiiear and auswer the
complaint tiled against you lu the above en
titled suit on or before I lie expiration of nix
weeks aller the dale of first publication ol
this summons wlncu is June 2K. 1WI. and II
you fall so to apiiear and answer, the plsln
tiff will spply to the court for the r -lief prayed
for in the complaint, to-wlt: For a decree
dissolving the intuiiage coutiact and niar-
riSKereiHituusexisiuiK oetween plaintiff and
deiendaul aud for such other relief as the
coin! may deem Just and equitable.
mis sumuioiis is puuiinueu iu tne noon
River Glacier by order of the Honorable W.
L. Uradshaw. ludae of said court, mada and
entered on the l'.ln day of June, 190ti.
CLAUUK .Vi HAH AN
Attorney for Plaintiff
First publication June 28, 190fi.
Last publication August IU, lll.'..
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
United Stales I .and Office, The Dalles, Ore
gon, May 22, nwni. Notice Is hereby given Hint
fn compliance with tbe provisions of the act
of Congress of J me 3, IS7H, entitled "An act
lor the sale of limber lands in the stales ol
(Hi I lorn in, Ongon, Nevada, and WashlugUiu
Territory," as i x tended to all the Public Land
Stales by act ot August 4, 1SV2,
WILLIAM H. ANDREWS,
of Wasco, county of S'lermati, state of Oregon,
has this day filed In this office bis sworn
statement No. 21)12, for the purchase of the
WNK'-i and KNttJj, of section No. 30, In
township No. I N., range No. II K., W. M., and
will offer pnsif to show that the land sought
is more valuable for its timber or slone than
for agricultural purposes, and to establish his
claini;bi said laud before George T. Pralher,
II. H. Commissioner, at his office In Hood
River, Oregon, on tke null day of August. IW.
lie names as witnesses: Archie C, French,
Glllord 1 1, Woodwoilti, Roy Wwajworlh aud
Guy Woodworlli, all of Hood River, Oregon.
Any and all iwrsons claiming adversely the
slHive-described lands are requested to file
their claims In this office on or before ssld
liith day of August, limit.
J7a M ICH AKL T. NOLAN. Register.
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Offlce, The Dalles, Ore.
gon, May 2a, ussi.-Notlce Is hereby given that
In compliance with the provlslons,of the act ol
Congress of Junes. 1S7H, entitled "An act for
the saleot timber lauds in the Scales of Cali
fornia, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Ter
ritory," as extended to all the Public Land
States by act of August 4, 1SW2,
ARTHUR P. TIKKT,
of Portland, county of Multnomah, stale of
Oregon, has this aay niea iu mis omoe nis
sworn statement No. 2ll, for the purchase of
the lots 2, 8, 4 and 5, of section No. I, In town
ship No. 1 N., range No. K., W. M., and will
oiler proof to sh w that the land sought Is
more valuable for its Umber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish his
claim u said land belore the Register and
Receiver at The Dalles, Oregon, on the 2Mb
day of August, IV06.
He names as witnesses: Lewis K. Morse,
Frank Chandler, Charles L. Morse and Wil
liam fr Rami, all of Hsd River, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file
their claims In this omce ou or belore aald
.Hill day of August,
J7al6 MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register.
St. fttartt a Aratomij
TRX DtttTi. OlXOOV.
t'niler the dlrsetlea at t Kstan of tie Bsty
Nampa of Jwus aa4 Kary. n 4M aekelaiMM
j.-ir oo.ni SeptsnlMr 4, lfot, te lastlliiai ami
day pupils. Aeadtnle, eoaoMrcUl, siusssar
rrtdfS sd4 iDtsrawdlstf smasa, Wosts a acsaf
rtsltf . lusl fa attalaf. ajMnaS JaMat)
g?f!5lri . :
OF THE WORLD
WEEKS HAPPENINGS TERSELY TOLD
A Resume of Less Important Hut Not
Less Interesting; h'vents of
the Past Week.
James Wickersham will be .rou
pointed judge iu Alaska.
Tbe Russian government is fearful
or au uprising in tne army.
A plot to kill the Ling aud queeu of
Italy Has been disoovereu.
Rockefeller's money has been re
fused by the National Juvenile Im
Governor Chamberlain has declared
all laws ratified by the June election
to be in effect.
Senator Tillman declares thut Stamf
ard Oil interests baro been at work on
tbe rate bill.
President Roosevelt has signed a
bill authorizing St. Louis to erect
and maintain a bridge across the Mis
sissippi at thut city.
lne secretary of tbe Interior reject
ed the bids recently opened iu Port
land for cement for the Umatilla and
Okanogun irrigation projects. Hie
price was too high.
Five ice men at Toledo, Ohio, have
been found guilty of combining for
tbe purpose of raising the ptice of ice
and atntonced to one year iu the work
bouse aud to pay a Hue of Vi,00u.
General Greeley has reorganized the
relief work lu Sun Frnucisoo.
Tbe friendship of Russia aud Great
Britain has been cooled by the Jewish
Tbe sultan of Morocco has signed
the treaty promulgated by the Algccir-
Poltiical sius iu the East point to
Roosevelt as the audidute to run
Cross Creek, a small Peuusylvaniu
town, has been wiped out by lire
caused by au electrio storm.
The strike of bituminous cotil min
ers iu Miobigau has been ended by
tbe men accepting the l.KU wuge scale.
The president will likely visit the
canal zone uet fall aud see for him
self the progress being made on the
Canada proposes laws which will
stop business of every kind on Sun
day, even railway trains. No guinea
or performances will be allowed where
au admission is charged.
At a meeting of the boiird of super
visor of San Kranoisco city and
county the tax levy was llxeil at H.'Ml
per i(A) The new levy is lb cents
and 2 mills higher than lust year.
Tbe Russian douma blumes the gov
ernment for tbe recent uiaasacies utid
culls on the cabinet to resign.
Experiments are being conducted
in Kansa4 to ascertain the result oi
meat preservatives. Dogs are the
General Ureely says st loaet r(), OiX)
people in San Francisco are still de
pendent on tbe supply cumps fur
Formal announcement has been
made by Attorney General Moody
that he will prosecute the Standurd
Oil for accepting rebates.
Tbe Transcontinental Insurance
company is teported to have only as
sets suffloleut to pay 10 pur cent of
its Hau r ranoisoo losses.
Insurance companies have refused
to pay a dollar of insurance ut Santa
Rosa, California, claiming the earth
quake ruined the city. Tho state in
surance commissioner has pledged his
The peasant revolt is growing in
English won au suff i ugibts have been
arrested for rioting.
liryan says his kind of couservutism
were be president would be to destroy
tbe trusts utterly.
Idaho is asking for inforinutiou re
garding the insurance companies
which refuse to puy tneir Suu Pruncis-
co losses in full.
Monday, July 9, bus been decided
upon by tbe federal authoiities ut
Portland as tbe date upon which Ihe
Oregon hind fraud trials will begin.
Federal Judge Wolvertou will ex
change benches with Judge Hunt, ol
Moutana. and the latter will preside
during the trial of the many cases
which are ready to come up. (ioveru
uient proseoutoi l' J. Honey will ar
rive iu Portland this week to assist
in prosecuting tbe land grabbeis. At
tbe present time it is not known
whicn case snail nave precedence, mil
Congressman Hermann will be among
the Urst to be tried.
Some thirty years ugo a few men
Battled ou a Hut about twelve miles
south of Arlington, lu the ciev was
only one wagon an oldlHchutler. lu
some way they begun calling this
neighboibood Scbutler, from the old
wagon. A few years later it whs, as it
is now, known as Scbutler Flat.
When the Condon branch of tbe O. R.
N. Co., was built, a station was es
tablisbed near this place, and is
named Scbutler. This is one of the
II nest farming sections in Gilliam
county, and thus in an old wagon a
name is found for a Hue wheat belt.
An Eastern Arm engaged in the
building of railway cars bus recently
placed orders for an aggregate of 00,
000,000 feet of Oregon aud Washington
flr for use in car building. While this
it an unusually large order, tbe use.of
Oregon lumber for that purpose is
nothing new. For a number of yeurs
Oregon mills bave shipped lumber
east to be used in the manufacture of
cars. For strength and durability bb
compared with its weight, Oregon tlr
has no superior.
Just what additional revenue will
come to the state treasury as the re
sult of tbe passage ot laws taxing tbe
gross earnings of telegraph, tele
pbone, express and other corporis riB
is not known lor a certainty, ine
Western Union Telegraph con piny
will bave to pay about i,H00. The
PfclBo States Telephone ronpany will
have to pay more ptobalily. .None or
'tbe corporations will pay until it bus
been tested by tbe couits, so it is
.aid. Some have estiuiLted the rev
leoue at from Vi0,UU0 to tioo.ooo a
I'ncle Sam's Lumber ltuslness.
As a dealer stumpage tbe United
States gun oilmen t is the largest lum
ber dealer iu the country, lu the
year liHlfi the total sules leuched a val
ue of 'J7:!,iUl. Hi The sale of timber
is one of the most important aspects
ot government forest administration.
All timber on forest reserves which
cuii he cut safely and for which there
is no Hftuid need is fot sale. Appli
cations to pmchitfce are invited
Green tiu.ler may be sold except
where itsri inovnl makes a second crop
doubtful, reduces the timber supply
below the point, of safety, or injures
the si roams. Ail dead timber is tor
sale. 1 l,e cutting of this timber
done under tie biipeivisiou of the
Unit il Statue I creot, Service slid lu
accordance with n-rtuin elf hi ly delln
ed and pruflict'l piniis. A loiter hum
Secretary Wilton to Gilttud Pinchot,
tho lieail of the forest aurt ice, giving
directions us to the policy to le lul
lowed in this work, continue the I ol
lowing: "You will see to it Unit the
wator, wood, and forage of the re
serves Hre conserved aud wisely iued
for tbe bene fit of the home builder
first of nil. lu the management of the
rewerve local questions wl 1 be dicided
upon local gi ouikIh. Where conlliet
iug interests must be reconciled, the
qestiou will always be decided I mm
the standpoint of the greutett good to
the greatest number in the loug run."
Ili giis ( luck nn IIikmI River Rank.
After staving at tho Hotel Albert
for a few davs. W, E. Thayer, who
claimed to have lieen iu tbe city buy
ing fruit for a cannery, walked up to
Mr. Eogtis yesterday afternoon, just
before the Spencer left, and handed
him a check for !.' on the First Nut
tonal Hunk of Hood River iu payment
for his board bill, which was .".. "0.
Mr. Logos gave III in '.) oil in change,
but after the man had gone, conduit
ed he had better investigate aud de
termiiie whether the chock was good.
Ho took it ovei to J. C. Ilostetler,
who telephoned to Hood River and
found thut Thayer had no money in
Then Mr. Logos hunted up Marshal
Wood, gave him u description of the
fellow and set that ottloer on his track.
With his usual discernment Wouo
concluded Thayer must have taken
the hteamer Spencer for Portluud and
telephoned to Captain llailey ut tin
police foioe to look out for such u
man when the Spencer gut in ubout
HI o'clock. Sure enough. Thu' er win
on board anil the officers secured hiiL
and sent word up to that elfect.
Ibis inoi uing Constable Harper went
down on the early train and returned
on No. '.! with his man, who hut
learned thut Dulles justice is uot slow.
Hog raining iu the Noithwest prom
ises to become au important industry.
Alter this seauuu farmers aud stock,
men will find a home market for ever;
hog they cuu inisn. This will edvclnp
through tho establishing of the pack
tug house and stock yards at Port
land, consti ucti'in or which will begin
in a few weeks and which when com
pleted will require fully 5,000 meu to
operate the plant.
A bow-legged trump was walking
across the mountains from Mortli
VaniliiH to Tillamook during the lute
ruin storm. He stopped ut a farm
house down ou the Trusk liver aud
wus told to come iu mid get warm by
the kitchen stove. While be wuf
standing there the farmer's small sou
uame lu. He hail novel seen a bow-
legged man before. After gazing at
him for a moment in astonishment he
exclaimed "Suy, iniatur, you better
move; yuu re wurpiu . l em hill J(e
portor. New Irrigation Project.
The secretury of tho interior today
authorized the reclamation service to
proceed immediately with tbe con
duction of the east Umatilla irriga
tion project in Oregon for which 91,-
000. ooo wus set uside from the roclu-
ination fund, says a Wushiugtou, 1).
('., diHpatch of dune 10.
Ihe project embiaces Z0,000 acres.
Ihe engineering work in connection
with tho project consists of a feed ca
nal from the Umatilla liver to the
Cold Springs reservoir, and a distrib
Ihe works are simple in character
and capable of being constructed in a
New I'se For Onions.
Ii'enry Sclinll, of Marysville, Kan.
gives his methods for predicting the
weather which ho cluiins hits not
failed in ull the yeurs in which bo bus
followed it. He suys on Christmas
night eucli year ho tukus u large onion
which he cuts into 12 pieces of nearly
equal size. Euch of these pieces lep-
eHcnts a month iu the year. He
lavs them nil in a low and iuto each'
ho bores u hole and into these holes
he puts salt. He claims that the
pieces that ubsorb salt will be wet
mouths, while the otheis will all be
dry. During August and September
there will be plenty of moisture and
early in October he says that there
will be heavy frosts.
Major Schell claims that lie gets his
foresight ou the weather euch year by
this method aud thut it has never jet
failed. He is of French extraction
aniKcluims this method of predicting
Che weather wus handed uowu to him
by bis ancestors who came from
Ten Longest Days In the Year,
There is a peculiar coincidence iu
the length of the days of this, month,
as computed iu the litoU World Alma
nac, According to the almanac there
are ten days of this month of equal
length ; thut is, there are ten longest
days iu the yeur, each enjoying lo
hours and 17 minutes or sunlight.
Those days uro June 17, 18, 111, 20, 21,
i Zl. 21. ill. 20, and 2i, and, where
June 22 is usually given as the longest
day of the yeur, it is one minute
shorter than any of the live proceeding
or live following duys this yeur.
Those contemplating a sojurn at tliej
IKip Ileitis llliriflg epieinin-i tan now
lie registered as pickets for either of our
100 acre vards. at Kcedville, Witch
Hazel and liiekreal. Fine camping
,..,, i, ,lu low rui ri.iol fares, store nn I
other conveniences on each farm. When ;
our register is lilled no further names be
taken. Reserve a place h sending
your name ami nunua-rstn pit aem iu,
A. J. Ray,
331 Sherlock Wdg., Portland, Ore.
MEETING OF THE
APPLICATIONS OF SALOON LICENSE
Petitions for Saloon Licenses Referred
to Com mil tee, lo Meet With Law
anil Order League.
The regular meeting of the common
council was held ut the city hill
Mouday evening, with a full nunili r
Anticipating t lit applications for -loon
iicen es. I, ele was a titir atlei.t.
snco of citizens, ami a repre-entntii u
fioin the I -a a anil Order league.
'J im II rut business to come beloio
the meeting mis the report ot tlo
treasurer. It appealing that the i.
port ot treasurer and recorder did n, i
agree for the llrst quutter, and In.il
never been checked up, the report u1
the treasurer fur the second ipiaru r
wus referred to the llnance commilte. ,
with instructions to check both le
ports for tho llrst and second.
The recoider wus ordered to draw a
warrant for t'X from the general fund
in favor of the sewer fund, to pay tho
sewer assessment against the city hull.
The lecorder read a letter from At
torney Wilson iu legard to the delin
quents on the sewer assessments. He
stated that as the Hood River Devel
opment Co. and Ihe Title Guarantee
Co. hud not made application under
ihe bonding act witbiu ten days from
che time the assessment was due, ao
ording to law, they were not entitled
to bond their property l.y the city to
pay for the assessment, unless the
council saw Ut to grant it. One of
the applications is dated early in l)e
ueuiber, the date being written over a
previous date, hut wus uot Hied wltb
the city recorder until January 25
The application wus refused, and the
recorder instructed to Include all tie
iluqueuts iu a general warrant, which
will be advertised aud the property
sold to pay the assessment due ou
such. The recorder wus also instruct
ed to include iu this warrant, costs,
penalty aud interest, to pay the ex
penses of collection.
The following bills were allowed and
ordered paid :
Fred Howe, 2d loads gravel, gll.iiO;
N. J. Devoid, feeding prisoners.
f 10.75; Wm. Taylor, watchman salary,
May 22 to July 2, vOo; street work.
fllt.lK); inarshull salary for June, 50;
bills of J. L. Henderson was reforied
back to be itemized.
A petition wa read, eigued by
about 200 petitioueis, requesting tne
council not to grant licenses for sa
loons on Second street.
Councilman Morse stated that he
did uot see how the council could
take actiou iu the matter. It there
were objections to having saloons ou
Second street, there would be as much
objection to having them ou some
other street. For bis part, he object
ed to having them ou First street. If
any one would name a block ou which
there would he no objection, he would
he willing to bave thorn put there.
No action was taken ou the peti
The recorder read four applications
for saloon licenses, viz. : P. 1''. Fouts,
Knncr & Coleman, pox aud savage
aud J. Li. Morrison. These were ac
companied by petitions, except P. F.
Councilman Muyes moved that the
report be refeired to tbe Judiciary
committee to report as soon as possi
Councilman Watt thought there was
uo need of haste iu the matter, and
that it should go over to tbe next reg
ular meeting. The council Lad passed
a strict saloon ordinance, aud be
thought that the petitions should be
carefully examined and all details
carefully looked into, and to take
time to do it.
Councilman Muyes saitl thut be
thought thut the matter should be set
tled at once. It would take no longer
to do it one day than another, aud he
moved that the committee report at a
meeting of the council Tuesday even
ing. The motion carried.
Rev. J. W. Rigby addressed the
oouncil, stating thut he represented
about 2O0c'tizens, and thut he wanted
a representation to tho committee
from the council and check over the
names on the petitions for saloon li
censes, lne request wus granted, aim
the time set was one o'clock Tuesday
afternoon, ut tbe Commtciial Club
T. 11. Williams having mudu are
quest to join with the city iu build
ing a sewer lateral to Oak street, it
wus so ordered.
Thesewet committee wus authorized
to procure a hook to keep tho records
of sower connections, the dute of such
tonnectious, the locution of them,
mil other details.
Councilman Morse moved that the
night watchamn he kept ou duly until
further notice, which was carried.
Four Surveying Crews at Work.
There aie four surveying parties,
with au aggregate of, UK) men at work,
runninu lines and setting grade stakes
along the militaiy road betweeu Na
tron and Klamath Lake, according to
J. Conner, who is proprietor ot the
Willamette Hotel, Is extensively inter
ested in the Klamath lands. He re
turned from the Klamutb Fulls by
toam, crossing tho mountains by mil
itary wagon roud, and he expected to
meet a small party. Instead be met
four surveying parties of about 25
men each. From tbe character of tbe
work they are doing und the number
of meu ut work, Mr. Conner suys
there cuu be no doubt but that the
urveyors are employed I y ruilroad iu
terests which expects to begin build
ing a road btobs the mountains in
the near future. His opinion is that
tbe road will be built to connect with
the one now building north from Lal
fornia to Klamath Falls. Oiegonian.
Let l's Re Your Wood Hark
We tlo all kinds of carpenter anil cabi
net work, llrenil Ismrtls, ironing IsiardSj
clothes racks, camp chairs, tent poles,
screen doors, window screens, screen
safes, kitchen cabinets, furniture, etc.,
made as you want them. Remember
we do all kinds of repair work in wood
or metal. Dodge it Reid. Phone (151.
Shop next door fo Rodgers' gallery.