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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1906)
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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, AUGUST 2, 1906.
HOOD RIVKK COM. M KIWI AU'I.UH-Meels
every hwuiiiI MiiiiilKy in each inoiilti at 8 p.
in., In Uie club rtiuiiiB over Jackson's store.
A. P. Mok, Hecretary.
HtK)U RIVKK UHKiE NO. 106, A. F. and A.
M. Meets Hnlurday evening on or beror
earn full moon. A. a. hi.owkkm, w . ju.
D. McDonald, Secretary.
HOOD RIVKR CH APTKK NO. 87. R. A. M.
MeeUIlrst and third Friday nights of eack
lllOlllll. V. MCDONALD, II. r.
A. l. Mok, Secretary.
HOOD UIVKK t'HAITKK NO. 86, O. E. 8.-
Meeta second anil fourlli Tuesday evening
oleacu mouth. Visitors cordially welcomed.
Mas. T. J. Kinnaikd, W. M.
Mas. Thkkksa C'astnkk, Secrsuiry.
IIII.KWII.DK I.nlXlK NO. 107. 1. O. O. K,
Meets in fraternal hall, every Thursday
night. K. O. i A rkott, N. u,
Allbn Nkal, Secretary
KIlKN Kvt'AMPMKNT. NO. 48. 1. O. O. J1'.
Kegular ineetln second and fourth Monday!
ol each month. 11. t. Cook, C 1.
11 C. HMlTll, Wcriue.
L.UJKKL KKUKK AH DKUKKE IX1UE NO.
SI, I. O. O. K-Meets flrnt and third Krlduy
In eaeu mouth.
Mas. E. W. Udell, N.O.
Mas. Dora Thomson, (secretary.
V. AUCOMA LODUE NO. 30, K. OK P.
ileet ill K. ol P. hall every Tuesday mauL
Thos. F. Johnhon, C. C.
V. C. Brock, K.ol R. aud 8.
UiiOiKIVKIICAMP,N0.7,7B,M. W. A.
,vlnel iu K. of 1', hall every Wednesday
night. K. a Mavks, V. O.
C. I). 1IAK1N, Clerk.
HOOD RIVKK ClKOl.K NO. Ml, WOMEN OK
Woodcraft-Meets at K. of 1'. hall on the
tlrst and Third Fridays of each month.
Lou M( Kkvnoliw, U. N,
V. W. McRbyholos, Clerk.
1UVKKHI1E LU1IUENO. lis A. O. U. W.
Meets first and third Saturdays of each
mouth. F. U. Blaoo, M. W.
E. K. uh.adi.isy, Financier
OIKHTKH HHUTK, Recorder.
OLKTA ASSEMBLY NO. 103, UNITED ART-ltaus.-Meel,
the Hrst aud third Wednes
days, work: seooBd and fourth Wednesdays
Artisans' hall. U. W. Thompson, M. A.
C. D. Hk.nkich, Secretary.
COURT HOOD KIVER NO. , FOREWTERS
of America, Meets secoua and fourth Mon
days i u each mouth In K. of r. hall.
SKNKCA F. tours, C. R.
F. C. Uuosms, F. C. .
(AM1Y POUT. NO. lti.O. A. R. MEETS AT
a i it u hull. M-con.l and lourth Satur
days of each month si 2 o'clock p. in. AH
O. A. K. meinueis invited to meet with us.
H. A. kkinnkk, uouimanuer,
Thomas Gobs, Ailjuiaut.
CANUY W. It. No. 11-MEETS SECOND
and loiirlli s-utiiniH8ul each Month In A
o. U. Vt . hull ul I p. in.
Eli.kn Ulount, President.
Ukkthchk It. InoLks, Secretary
MOUNTAIN HOME CAMP No. 84U9. R. N. A.
Meets at the K.ol V. Hall on the second and
fourth Fridays ol eaeu moniu.
Mas. cakkik Hkosius, 0.
Mas. Ella 1akin, Recorder.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AM) SURGEON.
Telephones: Office, 281; residence, 811.
M'liUKuN O. H. JtN.Co.
H. L. DUMBLE,
PHYSICIAN aNU SURGEON.
Successor to 1 r. M. R Slinw.
Calls promptly answer ;d in town or country,
Day or Night.
Telephones: Residence, till: Office, (113.
Oilice In I In liiosius nullitlng.
DR. J. EDGINGTON,
Physician and Surgeon
Office over the Kirst National bank.
Olllce phone 11:13. Ites. phone 7tXl,
M F SHAW, M. D.
Oilice in Jackson Block.
Office phone, No. H71. Residence, No. WJ.
Dlt. M. H.KilAKP DR.liUNA B. SUAKH
Graduates ol the American School
Osteoputhy, Kirksville, Mo.
Office ami Hesidence Huxley Cottagf,
l'honeir) Hood Iiivkb.
0. HKOSIUS, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
'Phone Central, or ll.
Oilice Hours: 10 to 11 A. M.; 2 to 3
audtu7 1". M.
H. D. W. PINEO,D.D.S.
Ckown Bkukik VYukk a Spbcialty.
Kirst Natiunul Bank
0. H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Telephones: Oilice 283; residence 1045
Oilice over liuller Bank,
lloon Kivku, Okk,
M. E. WELCH,
LICENSED VE1EKISARV SIRtiEOJi
In prtnarml to do any work In the veterin
ary Una. He can tie round by calling at or
pli nlng to Clarke 8 drug store.
Abstracts Furnished. Money Loaned.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
E. H. HARTWIG,
Will Practice In All Court.
otAr wlrli . ! C'ulberUon A Co. Col
lect'onn, Ahilrncl. Kettlcnient of Ftaten.
HOOD KIVER. OKE
SENECA F. FuUTS
Attorney at Law
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
A. J. DERBY
HOOD RIVER, OREGON. j
JOHN i.KLAND HEXDEUSON :
ATTOKXKY-AT-LAW, ABHTltACTER, NO '
TAKY PL'HI.ICaml HEAL
For 1 yeam a resident of O eg-on and Wanli
tiiKton. Haa liad many year" experience in j
RchI Estate mutter, :u abtrator,i'aruherof
titled and airenu Mnijsfaciion guaranteed r
no charge !
H. SEYMOUR HALL,
I am qualified and prtpmi to do all kinds
of lirKtclaHB land surveying. Accuracy Ruar
AD'ttHl. Ttuwe who win ' Urnt-clawt work done
ftUJi-tna H. K. t. 2., liood Kiver. tione fiuxl.
Our List of Bargains
in real estate
J. II. Heilbronner
Fruit Lands, Real Estate and Insurance
G ron ml Hour new Davidson lihlg.
HOOD RIVER ami I'ORTI DND, ORE.
Hood River Studio
We have the latent In mount and can en
Hep I a. SiitUfjictlon yuuirtitWd.
I., ,'.,r. Illw.f Is. i .. .... !!.. I... .i. I
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
O. B. GRAY.
For Sale at the
A. T. ZEEK.
j R . JONES, Dentist
! Crown and Bridge Work.
! Teeth Without Plates.
'I ivatmelit of (llaeaMed teeth and gums.
Oilice ltroeius Buikliu. Pbotie li)Xi.
Eureka Meat Market
MetiUIRE BROS., Props.
Dealers in Fresh and Cured Meats, Lar
Poultry, Fruits and Venetaliles.
Free Delivery. Phone Main 36.
F. G. COE
IMiHTANLIY, E. L.HM1TH, K. O. BLANCIAK
rres. vioe-rres. lasuier.
V. C. liKiKK, AhhI. Cashier.
The First National Bank
OF HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Capital and Surplus, $.'10,000.
Civil and Architectural
Engineers and Surveyors
Make surveys, nlaus and stimates for 'W
er, lltfht and power and railway plants, and
furnish, suhji-ct to approval, plans, Nwcttica
vions ana estimates ror all classes or Dunamirs
public, private and mercantile. Special at
wniion givan to economic ana siow-Durnin(
coustrncuon. AHCurucy ana etxiuoiny guar-
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
HOOD RIVER, OREC.ON.
S. H. COX
tUkn AM EtTIIUTM FvaititHas.
FREDFRICK & ARNOLD,
BflUnatoilnrnlihsd on all kindiof work
SIMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
Ilecoratire Painting and Paper Hanging
Plane furnished. Eti mates care
HOOD RIVKR, OREGON.
E. A. JEROME,
Having had Beveral yearH' experienoe In
drftftlng and bulldln.I would rotpectftilly
solicit n part of ihe patrttuakte of the peple ol
Hood Kiver who antlcli( building. Term
reftiwuuble, a id Hutlffaction guaranteed. Of
fice at residence on HeiglitH.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Figuret! mid eMinmti's furnislied on
all kinds of building itntl contracting.
of McMiuiivilli'. Oi ciron, will insure your
property lit 00 per cent leas cost tlmn
any ollu r ins.itulion.
C. P. HOSS, Special Agent,
II (Mid Itlver, - Oregon
Timber and Homestead
I have for location aotne choice apple lands
and tlniqcr claims; alao rellnQUlHhinenUi and
land Ui BiTlpt. Call on or addresa,
Wm. f. hand,
Be. Phone 376. Hood River. Ore.
Hood River Dairy
Delivered Morning and Eveding
('an supply all orders
from now on
Shepard & Franz
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Are in correspondence with all parts of
the United (S ates and are in good posi
tion Ui fell 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 milking a dpeeialty. timm,
bleycle, ete., repaired
I'lione fi&l lioiil) HIVEK, OKK.
WOOD FOR SALE.
I am prepared to furnish mill and slab
wood, also other kinds of wood.
I have a new steam wood saw and am
prepared to do nawin. Also do general
McEWEN & KOSKEY
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Prompt ale and quick returns
Wholesale dealen in all kindi of First!
and Produce. Consignment solicited
129 Front 8ttree, Portland, Ore. '
(Timber .and, Act June S, Is7tt.
N0T1CK FOR PUBLICATION,
llnlted Btntes Ind OfUce, The Da lies.
Omniii. June 15. IHtH. Notice is hereliv
given thai- in compllanc with the provisions
oftheactorcoiiKreHsoijuiie a, is,n, eniuu-o
An act for the sale of timber lands In Ih,
states nf California, Oregon, Nevada ami
Washington Territory," s extended to all
the public land states by act of Auijust 4, lS'.rj,
PAl L P. loi'l'I.I.Y,
nrPnrtlsnd. eountv of MlllUlomull. stale of
Oregon, has filed In this offloe htssworn stule-
nient No. ata, for the purchase or the lot 4,
section 4, lots I and i and 8K'HN E1-, of section
No. 6. In township No. IN,. Rne No. UK., W.
M. and will olfer proof U) show thai the
lands sought are more valuable for the tiui
bor or shine thereon than for agriciiliunii
purposes, and t establish his claims to
said laud before the Register and Kivelver at
the land orHce In The Dalles, Oregon, on Hie
25th day of August, ItKMi.
Heuaines as witnesses: Fred Kmutschy, ol
Hood River, Oregon, and Nils f. olsen, of
Any and all persnns claiming adversely
anynt the above-described lands are request
ed to tile their claims In this office on or lie
lore the said &th day of August,
MICHAEL T. Nol.AN.
In theClrenlt Owrt of the Stale of (iregou for
Uie county of Wasco.
Cameron T. Groat, PUIntIR,
To Anelte Uroat, defendant above named.
In the name of the Htate of Oregon you are
herebv required to appear aud suswer the
complaint filed sgalnsl you In the atsive en
titled suit on or tiefore the expirstion uf six
weeks after the data of first publication m
this summons which Is June liniii, and If
you fail so to apisar and answer, the plsln
t iff' will apply to the court for the r -lief prayed
for In the complaint, to-wlt: For a dtrriH'
dissolving the marriage contract and mar
riage relations extsllug between piiumin anil
dt'lcndant and for such other relief as the
com t may deem Just and equitable.
This summons is published lu (he Hisul
River Ulscier by order of the Honorable W.
L. llradshaw. iiidge of said court, uiaile anil
entered on the li in day of June, I'-ln..
CbAtlUf. M KAtlAN
Attorney for I'minilil
First oubllcation June 28. m.
ijtmi puuucaiiou August, iu, jwk.
NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION
United HuttM lJwd Office, The lulli', on
gou, My vth, iwm.-wwiice ih ir-ivi-.v
ihut in compliant who me provisions 01 in
A I orcongretM of June 3. 1S7H. emit led "A
Act for thewUe of Timber Laud in Hit' sum-sol
('Hllfornin, Gregou, Nevadu, nd WhhIiIiiUmi
territory, 'UHtiXUmuea 10 fill vu puimc iitnu
8tu( by act of AukusI 4.
JOHN 8. JHJWNKY,
of Pendleton, county of Umtitlllu, slate of ( (lo
gon, huM tliis day filed in thin office hi kwoi-ii
Mtatcniml No. 2-rtt for the purcluixc ol I tie
K!aN HWNKlj, (Mellon a and SK4NK'4
of Hertton No. 'M), in lowiiahtp No. 1 N., ihiiki
No, 11 K., W. M , and will olter proof to show
Ibttt the land mmght 1m more vaitnihle lor
the timber or Ktom thereon than lur nun
cultural purpoHHM, nd to enUiblUh his cluim
tosaid iandH before the llegiRteraud Receiver
at The EmlicH, uregou, ou the 20iii lay ofAu.
He names as witneswes: John C. Foley, Ihin
Koley and t'tyde K. Taylor, of 1'orlland, .Ore
gon, and William DavU, or Hood Hiver, Ore
gon. Any and all perwonH claim lug adversely any
of the utMkvc dewribea land arc reqiiehied lo
tile their ctnlniN in th!Kof!i(on or before the
w. Id .'(Mh day ol AugiiNt, MOi.
MICHAEL T. NOI.AN,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
United Htates ImuA Office, The Dalles, ore-
?ou, May 22, IMUti. Notle In hereby given Unit
u eutupliHiiee with the provlnious of (lie net
of Confess of Jiine 3, IS78, entitled "An act
lor the bale of timber lauda in tile KtntcHoi'
CHUfiirnla, Ongon, Nevada, ftiitlVajliuKton
Territory," a i x tended to all the I'ublk- liHUd
Slates by act ol Aug'lHt 4, IW2,
WILLIAM H. A N DKRW8,
of Waseo, eounly of Hnernian, suae of Oregon,
turn llils day flled in thU office hn Nworn
tttatemcnt No. 2n for the purchase of the
WNK'i and FAaNV of Heeihm No. ;iO, in
towuHhlp No. 1 N., range No. II K., W. M., and
will ofter pnxifto allow that the land aought
Is more valuable for It timber or stone than
for agricultural purposes, and to establish h:s
claim) to wild land before (ieorge T. i'rathcr,
U. H. Commissioner, at bis oltice In Hood
Klver, Oregon, on the Kith day of August, niuti.
HcnurneaiiH wltnesnes: Archie c. French,
Giltord i, Woodwoilh, itoy Woodworlli and
Uuy Wood worth, all of Htnid Klver, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lauds are requeued to Hie
their claims in this office on or before said
liih day of Autfust, litoti.
J7atf MICHAKL T.NOLAN'. Register.
NOTICE FOU PC III 'CATION.
United niateH Land Olllce. The Dal leu. Ore.
gon, May IlKhi. Not ire is hereby giveu that
in conipitanee wiin me provisions oi in fart ol
CongrcMKof June li. 1HTS, entitled ''An act for
the sale ol timber lands in the Htutes ol Call
tornta, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Ter
rltoi v." as extended to all the J'uhllc Ijind
HUtteit by act of mrust 4, iwrj,
AKT1HTK R 'I IKKT,
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
On yon, ban this day tiled in this oft lee his
sworn statement No. 2WI, for Ihe pu retinae of
the lotH2, 8,4 and 5, of section No. lit, in town
Hlilp No. 1 N., ruiiKe No. U K., W. M and will
olfer prof to alu w (hat the laud sought In
more valuable for its timber or alone than for
gricultural purposes, and to establish his
claim to said land bctore the Keg later and
Receiver at The Dalles, Oregon, on the liOlh
day of AuguHt, hKi.
He namea uh wllncHHes: iwia m. Morse,
Frank Chandler, Charles L. Morae and Wil
liam F. Hand, nil of Hood Kiver, Oregon.
Any and all persons clHlminjf adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file
their claims In this office on or before said
A)h day of August, MM.
J7al6 Mil H A KL T. NOLAN, Register.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
Thomas Henulngsen, Plaintiff
Alfreda Hcnnimrsen. Defendant.
To Alfreda Henulngsen, the above named
In the name of the state of Oregon, you are
hereby required U appear and answer the
complaint hied against you In the above en-
titled court on or before August .Villi, iMt, and
if you fail so to appear and answer, for want
thereof the plaintiff will apply to the court
for the relief prayed for in the complaint, to
wit: For a decree dissolving the bonds of in it
rlmony now existing between you and plaln
tltl, and for iuch other and further relief as to
the court may seem meet ana equitable.
nils publication or summons m mane by
order of Hon. W. L. Kradshaw, Judge of the
above entitled court, duty made aud entered
ou the 181 h day of July, h', directing this
summons to tee published once each week, for
six consecutive weeks in the Hood Kiver
Glacier, a weekly newspaper of general circu
lation in w ast-o county, uretmn.
Date of first publication July 19th. VMu.
A. J. 1KKBY.
jlil-aao Ally, for plaintiff.
To advertise our stamped lineni we will sell
centerpieces like cut stamped on Pure hnen
complete with floss to embroider.
Regular value 90c Special 50c
In ordering b? mail send post office or ex
press roooey order and wientun tku paper
CAPITAL INVESTS IN BUILDINGS
Klngcn Aw.ikcs I loin IN l.niwf Siren
untl Vill('iiuiHi'tf W ilii More iii I
rrn 'I'tinn for Share of llusincss.
The tilHtiiiT tiiiiit toiik a trip to
White Siilimiii Jii.-l t'i k iiml ln!i lie
hud been tulil ut' t lie Uii -inns ,it I ruf
tions lit the ihn'e by ie.-iileut:i lln ie
he allimeil h rain ol Mill tur Ihe i n
thiisiHHtn which every niie ha.- ur
should have for hU or her imin-t inn.
The ferrymen told tils puw.-i iif;ci t. as
they imnintei the t.le tn I urn au.l
look Inn k iK't'ii i oiui Uy and tiii
would be well repaid, ami they ueie.
No more iniiivineinu pr.nif of the
beauty and prosperity ut' the llcn.nl
Kiver valley, with the cih ne.-Uiiin in
the hillrtide. can be fonnil tliaii Hie
view iilforihul the hiijhtseef tlmn i lie
steps leading to While tS.iliiinn. I'he.-e
steps, by the way, nu nut tor the
Hed and inlirni, but fur tiiu.-e -1 1-. n
of tieart. met linn of limb. Oncem
the top, however, the tired ledum
attendant on the lon cliinli n tur'Ht
ten in the admiral ion ot the leauliliil
panorama ot the huu.-e ilotted nlie
spieud out before the eve wiihthi
majohtiu peak, enow eoveied .Ml.
Hood, in the distance. An lai as the
vet') base of the iiiini iit.it 1 11 can tie
seou, evidences of tlinlt, ami proren.
can, id! ot which has been accomp
lished iu but a few years. 1'iuin lien
cau be teen nlso aluinst every house in
the city of Hood Kiver willi iis
sprinkling of teen lawns ami shaili
However, to return to While Sal
men, we find that the cucrp'lic t . -1
dents of that town have not been idie
while Hood Kivui it.es have. I ecu hu.y
Ou all bides can be seen evidem is ul
progress and push. New imihiii.,
either cotnpleted or in course ul erec
tion, can be seen in every diieetiou.
Simie of them !."' residences t 11 1 otli
ei liusiuess l.ie.-, wliilu the .11 1- ul
two uuw banks iiniuiuuce to 1 1.1 it
or that capilal has invest iija'i : ,,nd
found Mil opening lot Inline mel
uieutii. MtitKes lull by uiMi laii
woniun and ineinbets ul the .-l. iii sex
as passengers on pleasiut and nn ca
tion bout. Keal e-lite men hiisth
about hhowiii stiaiieis baiainx and
oppiirttlliities in Uie iat f.i wint;
town, usiutt as their .uuu.iieiit t.iliio
at present cotl.puicd witn tlm.-e a je.u
llie pi oblem of a noud '
ply, which lias been a Mu ion- u
White iSalnuiii. ii is said, nisi r
solved by brin.'iiii' valer iiii
town from llig Jluck Clock. A
pany which lias been oi.iui'
itieorporatud lias tiled on tm'iic.ieiit
water from this st renin to supply all
purposnH, both for Irtinntioii and
household use. 'J he water comes
from the ulaeiers of Ml.. Adams ami 1-
oi)ll and sweet at till seasons of I he
hue the water project is a very
popular Olio with While Salmonite-
the one that interests Ihem mo-t and
is dear lo the heart of eveiy rancher
where lon hauls are ncces-ary to
market tlicir products, is the ilec
trie rniiil. While some tear t t at. t In
road will not tie built the uiajoriry,
pinning their faith to the .iiilnence
which the north bank road will have
01) Inline indll-trlii! den iupments on
that side of Uie ri'.tr, are : ai.r'uine.
The irniuotei s. of the .i:d ,-ay it will
be built ami they uuht t.o l:imv
One question which is i ceui vmu a
Kood (leal ol allinllou ai.ion
leading cilii u.- is '. hi ' her I in
inn of tlie railroad will cant,.' lla
to grow in the direction of bii;;:
whether it will spread back
Vttlley. It is s.tid by I ho.-n inlcre; led
that the mil oral place let the town Iu
develop is lii the Milh y h- ie llie to
pogiuphy of the country la hetlei
adapted to buildini; pi,i,.oei. I in
nucleus of a town alnad.s (;iov. n,
and prosjierous, it is I houhi, by I hi
land wise, will check any groulh in
the direction of the laiiiuad. Ihe
opponents of this idea point to the
fact that urban cjowlh is naliunl in
the direction of the railroad station
and argue that the hind Hum I, iiic.cn
to the present town is really in ea.-u r
one than that from the pre.-, nl boat
landing to the same place, bani'le-iv
back in the valley, it is said, would
rither go to liincci) than to the
White Salmon boat landing, in this
argiiiiient the aducrentH of the pie . i nt
town reply that theie is no necessity
for many of the residents goiiutn
either the boat landing or Die station,
as goods of all kinds are hauled, up
from there and that it is not. Jil.elv
that they will diive a mile ami a hail
each way simply fur the purpo.-i: ul
seeing the station.
All, however, Hilmit that I he town
site at liingeit is an admirable one.
lopogtiiphically it is pcr'n. I. Tin re
are said to bo about l.i'ou acies llano
availublu foi lots and that the i.wni-r.-of
the property have already been ap
proached by several large real e. tale
firms who have oll'ered to purcha-i
large tracts at a good llgure, with the
intention of laying out strceU and
selling the lots by advert ii-iiig. f,o
fur those oilers have inel with nfu.-al
as the owners aie not inclined to
turn over luoir pru erfy fo speculat
ors. Tlinro is. nevertheless, a v y i ill.
awiikening in the ilei j y I ttle in .mi
where many u pioneer in tin., e ,n -try
first ect foot and which many year
ngo was known us White Salmon be
fore its m .re modern and I u It y iinl
usurped tiie name.
Xew Ifeiiiidy hir Snake Hit'-.
II. O. ('niton came op troni I'mt
! land Haf u-tl ,y on a living vi.-ii to h,
! ranch we-t of town. W l.ije ;t ;t , I
', ranch a flue Scotch Celtic pop diid. !
j It was a registered dog, o.-slini! hii.; j
I til dollar, and was benqi haim .! ioj
work around the farm, lie ren'.-j
the loss of the dog very much. a-, il j
was a very fine one. .Mr. C 1 1 n .-ays ,
that in cnuvcrsiition with Mr. ' .. i
I'. Sargent, who bin the llin..!
ranch, that guntl'-iii'in spoke of a ty!
effective remedy for snake biles. Air. '
Sargent spent son c time in .oevioi,
where he was interested in a rubber j
plantation. Snakes in that country;
are in uiy and very poi-i tious. Alen j
were frequently bitten, ami it was j
necessary that prompt action bo taken I
to save life. They found the most
effective r'tnedy was to cutout the
wound at once w ith a knife, bind the
leg or arm tightly to arrest the flow
ol blood, aud then pour ammonia in
to the wound. This remedy was
found lo el! ect a cure iu all cusses
w hen a.iplicd at once. lie suggested
lhat it would be a good plan lo have
ammonia in the house, aud iu vaao a
rattler should bite a person, the rem
edy could be used. Kattlers are so
tew iu this section that they are sel
doni found, jet it is well to know
what, to do iu case of misfortune.
New Telephone Line ('(inqili'ti il.
Ihe new telephone line of the Alt.
Hood Company was completed last
week ami as soon as mi exchange is
cslnlilashed at Alt. Hood the company
will be ready tot business. The new
line cunuei'ts with the 1'acilic States
Company tit Hood Kiver opposite
I h teller's store and the AH. Hood
( onipauy has made arrangements wilh
the 1 acihe Slates to use its exchangi
service iu this city.
I lie new company will be able to
serve as many subscribers as wish to
conned. As an inducement to those
who wish to take advantage of the eon
veniences ol their lino the new com
pany olleis to build one quaikcr mile
ol line from the main line free, the
stili.- rilier to stand the expense of the
remaining distance. This concession
v ill include most of the residents
along the line and the company is ex
pecte to open lor Dusluoss Willi a
gootl list of so besri tiers.
e llnats ror While Salmon Ferry
1'ierson A Dean, the White Salmon
tcrryincH, will soon increase their
Heel, of boats with the addition of two
launches, one 'Jli feet long aud tin
other in fed long The formet will
He placed in commission in few days
out the linger boat will not be ready
lor use until the early part of Septem
ber. When it an ives tho ferry com
;auy will have six boats at their com-
naiid anil will be prepared to take
pai l ies lo most any puint ou tho riv-
r between the Locks and The Dalles.
I'hu latgest, of the craft will soat 40
passengers ami has cabiu finished
villi oak mid ail coiivoniences for u
day's cruising. Parties wishing to
lake a day's out ing on the river will
be accommodated and the demand
vhieh the ferrymen have bad so fre
quently this summer for transporta
tion lo points ou the north bank will
Sees Kiif lllust of Atfth Hank.
I!. A. (liltord went down the river
mi the north bank opposite Alosier
Tuesday evening to secure a picture
of the monstrous blast set olf at that
place. A thousand kegs of giant pow
der were set oil' nt once and a niotin
lam blown into the Columbia t iver
Mi. (iilt'oril in describing it said that
ii was the greatest sight he had ever
witnessed. The blast occurred nt 0:15
p. in., ami the noise was little more
than would be caused by a huge lire
ci acker. When the mountain of rock
sir tiok the river, the water was thrown
tar out iu nil directions, and weeds
and willows from the bottom were
noon noticed Hunting on the surface
of the stream.--Optimk.t.
Is Neurlng Neb aska.
A letter from Kni Aleeker to a
I 'idles friend was dated at (iiterusy,
Wyo.. July 15, ami tells of his pro
ress in marking the old Oregon trail.
Thai point, be says is 1210 miles from
I he Dalles and huo miles to Omaha.
Ihe trip is Hearing its close aud the
old gentleman expresses himself as
plescd wilh the result. Eighteen
iiiuniinieiits have been erected, the
hie.ii water mark being reached last
wick nt Casper where n iKilKJ monu
ment was erected to the pioneers. A
liiiiking fountain will be placed iu
connection with it.
W ill Make li natiirieil Alcohol.
W ithin the next six months distil
leries aro to be installed at the sugar
lactones iu t'tah and ldiilio, according
Lo the Salt Lake Herald, lor the lnan
ofactute of tlcnatiirizeil alcohol, tleu
eral Manager Thomas K. Cutler, of
Ihel'lah Sugar company, said last
night that iuvestigalioiis were being
eai l ied on along this line to obtain
ihe alcohol from molasses, theuncrys
laliied syrup produced in the maun
! acinic of beet sttgai. l''roiu this
product, which contains a large tiBr-
eontiigo of sugar, quantities of alco
hol cau be pioduced ut low cost. Tho
removal of the government tax on do
natiitied alcohol has opened up large
possibilities in the manufacture tor
ihe arts ami a substitute for gasoline
lor motive power. (Jem State Kunil.
To llrltlgc Die Columbia.
A movement has been started by
local business men, backed by promi
nent politicians in the Yakima valley,
lo secure an appropriation for a wag
on btiilge across the Columbia here,
f ays the Konowick Courier. Pasco
people are also interested in the pro
ject, and will line up their side of the
Columbia to a man for the new pro
ject. It is evident that two adjacent
towns like Pasco and Kennewick will
l ave a i'i" laiitly increasing travel by
load In Iweeii them. These towns will
l o the business center of all this
I' tiioii. iiml now is the time to lay
I laiis to accomodate this travel by
i nsj coinniiiiiiciilicu between the
' i.mis. ihe bridge would be a deoid-
I help to the business interests of
ttin toAiis and would increase their
i otomeicial importance, and the
I rui;'" v oiihl be the only one built in
din locality for some years to come.
1:1. suite is appropriating large
aioiinU tor slate muds where they
, in necessary, ami 'he same argument
i nub! justify the rxpenilituie for Ibis
I ridge which would be an improve
i n ut as general in usefulness as any
i "ad now being constructed in the
I iiiii'cev.arv Expense.
', v-i 1 1 1- attack.- of colic and diarrhoea
i i;e tai w .1 otiiii wattling ami prompt
i ! a i miM be obtained. There is no
it --'ty of incurring the expense of a
!isician's s:ei vice in such cases if
i bamlicihiin's Colic, ( bolera and lliur
t cea lo-mcdy is at hand. A dime of
i ,;. remedy will relieve the patient be
I a doobT could an ive. It has never
I ecu know ii lo fail, even in the most
- . re nail dangerous ca.-es and no fam
i!y should be witlimit il. For sale by
i.'-:r iS. I a-s.
For a long term of years, south half
i f llloek 8, l'arkbtirsl, and three acres
ts.t of l'arkhtirst. W.J. liuker & Co.
NEW DEPARTURE FOR HOOD RIVER
Ilixnl Klver Apple (ironers' I'nlon Ex
tend the Field for .Market
Negotiations were closed between a
huge eastern commission llrm ami
the Hood Hivei Apple Growers' Un
ion for a large shipment of early fall
apples which will be sent to England.
I bis shipment will consist of eight
cars of hpples and marks a new era in
the history of apple shipments from
the far west, as heretofore the market
for eally tipples has been sumilieil
from the eastern states. The fruit
will be shipped some time between
the last of August and September lbth
and will be rushed through by extra
fast service. When asked for infor
mation ou this new feature of the ap
ple business Manger Shepard, of tho
I'ruit (irowers1 Union, said:
"These apples will conisst of tho
varieties known as Wealthies, Kings
and Oi'uvetisteins, aud are early fall
apples, which have heretofore been
considered too perishable to lie sent
alii oad. Wo have been induced tu try
this experiment of shipping eerly tip
ples to England by estorn apple deal
ers who are familiar with the Hood
Kiver product and its excellent keep
ing qualities who think the shipment
can be accomplished successfully,
"The demand for early apples
abroad has in former years been sup
plied from tho orchards in New York,
New England aud Eastern Canada,
i'he fruit from these sections has not
the keeping qmiltities of the Hood
Kiver article and is far interim in ev
ery way to the fancy western apples.
Shipments of early eastern applua to
England and other points across the
Atlantic have not been altogether suo
essfttl during the past few years, and
as there is an excellent market for
them there, apple dealets have been
looking elsewhere to supply the do
maud. This shipment will, uf course,
be somewhat iu the nature of an ex
periment, but we think by exeicising
extra care and picking the apples
slightly earlier than usual they Will
arrive iu first-class condition,
"If we can nun ket these early ap
ples on the continent successfully we
will at once create a demand for them
that we now have for our Newtowtis,
Spitenbergs and other high grade
but later apples, (iraveiistoins, Kings
and Wealthies do not, of course,
bring tho price that the latter and
longer keeping varieties, aud hereto
fore they have beoa sold mostly lo
the local trade. Wo have, however,
secured a very good price for this
shipment with an agreement that we
shall receive all profits above a cer
tain pmotint of commission.
Our elicits to market our New-
towns in Europe, In the face of the
competition from the Hudson River
valley having been successful, we now
hope to meet with the same success
in this new venture. If we do we will
have placed the apple buunoss in
Hood Kiver valley on a more prolltble
basis than it even now is and will
tifvo created a market for Hood Kiver
fruit that will be practically unfail
Other apple men say that those ear
ly fall apples from hure aro even ear
lier tlmn those from the far eastern
states and can be marketed in advance
of them and command better prices.
t hey say also that in view of the fact
that reports from tho various other
apple growing sections iu the United
States aro to the elf ect that there will
be a large apple crop this year, the
demand for western apples so early
iu the saeson proves their superiority.
A Working lice.
One of the greatest (If not the
grandest event) of the season was the
gathering of the school tuitions and
friends ot East liarrett Monday, July
loth, the occasion being a working
bee, for the purpose of cleaning olf
the grounds preparatory for the erec
tion ot the uew school house ou tho
Ktirgeson land, recently purchased by
the school boaid.
Time and space will not permit the
mention of all names present, but
from 7 o'clock in the morning until 5
in tho evening, men were busily en
gaged in the work, grubbing and
blasting being the order of the day.
At 11 o clock the women ami chil
dren (nut kids) began to pout into
those woods loaded with baskets,
buckets, pans, boxes, cans and var
ious other articles, too numerous to
mention, filled with all kinds of good
things, and the way those boards (for
that was the table) well they never
groaned, but just kept bending lower
and lower each moment, like the
rainbows, until the joyful cry ot din
ner was heaid responding in the ail,
when IH men, 15 childien and a dozen
(not old ladies) but any old number,
knelt and partook of that meal, the
boards fail ly flew straight.
After dinner came the hoys with
their sleds yes. sleds in July (don't
you see the suow on the mountains)
escorting the ladies home, for all
must be olf early to llnisli the wash
ing left undone in the morning, tho
men lingering until late in trie aner
iionii, hoping the ladies might return
w ith supper ami thus ended the flr.-t
picnic of the Eastern liarretts.
One Who W'tis There.
There is withb g bo pleasant an that
bright, cheerful, at -peace-w itli-t he-world
feeling when you sit down to your
breakfast. There is nothing so conduc
ive to good work nnd good results. The
healthy man w it h a lieiilt U mind and
body is a better b How, a bett -r work
man, a better citizen than Ihe man or
woman who is handicapped by some
disability, however slight. A slight dis
order of the stomach will derange your
body, your thoughts and your disposi
tion, tict away from the morbidness
and the lilues. Keep your stomach in
tune and both vonr brain and body will
respond. I.ittfe indiscretions of over
eating can be easily corrected and yi il
w ill lie surprised to see how much bel
ter man you are. Try a little Kodol For
Dyspepsia after your meals. Sold by
W illiania' Pharmacy.
J. W. Simmons, State Deputy Con
sul, Al. W. A., has moved his head
quarters to Hood Kiver while his fam
ily are in camp in the mountains.