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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, AUGUST 9, 1906.
hood hivkk commkkoialolub-mmui
every 8eooDd Monday in eaeli month at 8 p,
m., fa tbe chili rauiiu over Jackson's more.
H,'. Davidson, Troll.
A. P. Mots, Heerelary.
HOOD RIVEK LOIKIE NO. 105, A. K. and A.
M. Meets Saturday evening on or before
each full moon. A. 8. Hlowkks, W. M.
D. McDonald, Secretory.
Honn RIVFR Ch AFTER NO. 27. R. A. M.-
Meetanrat and tliird Friday nlghta of eacli
month D. mouonai.d, n. r.
A. D. Mok, Secretary.
itwin itirb-i f-u.ITI.-n O. R. H
11 ll 1W 1 J.I. V. - . " . - - . . .. . -
Meets second and fourth Tuesday evening
oteacll month. Visitors cordially welcomed.
m tin i.j. n i ..i .in., . --
MX. Thkbbsa Castnkb, Secretary.
IDLKW1LDK LODGE NO. 107, I. O. O. It.
Meets In Fraternal ball, every Thursday
night. R. U. fAnaoTT, N. U.
Ali.bn neal, Secretory
JSHEN ENCAMPM KNT, NO. 4, I. O. O. K,
Kegnlar meeting second and fourth Monday!
of each month. 11. C. Cook. C. I .
11 0. Smith, Scribe.
r .imm ui, nick AH IIKUKK.E LODUK NO.
ill, I. O. O. K-Meel first and third Fridays
ineacu iuuuui. k.
MB8. E. W. UrtEU N. O.
Mas. Dora Thomson. Secretary.
WmTcoMAU)DOE NO. 30, K. OF P
Meeta In K. ol T. hall every Tuesday night.
Thus. F. Johnson, C. V.
V. C. BaocK, K. of R. and 8.
HOOD RIVER CAMP, NO. 7,702, M. W. A.
Meets in K. of P. hall every Wednesday
uinht. E. S. May K, V. C.
U. U. Dakin, Clerk.
HOOD RIVER CIRCLE NO. 524, WOMEN OF
Woodcraft-Meets at K. or K hall on tbe
first and Third Fridays of each month.
LOU MCKKYNOLDB, U. N,
K. W. McKkynolus, Clerk.
RIVERSIDE LODUKNO. lis A. O. U. W.
Meets nrsl and third Saturdays of each
mouth. K. H, Blauo, M. W.
E. R. Bkadlky, Financier
UHKBTKK SHUTK, Recorder.
OLETA ASSEMBLY NO. 103, UNITED ART-l(.aus.-Mc!llhenrsi
uud third Wednes
days, work: second and fourth Wednesdays
ArilsHUs' hall. O. W. Thompson, M. A.
(.'. D. riKNitli H.Seun Uoy.
COURT HOOD R1VKR i0. 42, FORESTERS
of Amrrlc,-MiUi second and fourth Mon
days in euch niuii h in K. ol V. hall.
Sknkca F. Fou rs, C. R.
V, C. buosius, S. C.
CANBV POST, NO. 18. U. A. R. MEETS AT
A o C V.'. hull, second and lourlh Satur
days ol each month at t o'clock u. m. All
U. A. R. members invited to meet with us.
S A. SKlSNMt, Couiiuandur.
(JAN BY W.U.C., No. Ui-AI KEi'S SECOND
and louilli r-aiuriiHisoi each Month In A.
O. V. . hail al - p. in.
Eixkn Blount, President.
(jjfK'iKi'iiK II. I.noLks, Secretary
MOUNTAIN HOME CAMP No. 34(19, R. N. A.
Meets al the K. ol P. Hall on the secoud and
fourth Fridays ol eueb month.
Mas. Cahhib 1) komi us, O.
Mbs. Kli.a Dakin, Recorder.
J. i WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Telephone: Office, 281; residence, 811.
oljkbEON O. R. & N. Co.
H. L. DUMBLE,
PHYSICIAN AND SUROliON.
Successor to Dr. M. F. bhaw.
Call promptly answer jd in town or country,
Duy or Night.
Telephones: Residence, 611: Office, 013.
Olllce in the llrosius building.
Physician and Surgeon
Oflice over the First National bank.
Office phone HU. Res. phone 70X1,
M. F. SHAW, M. D.
Otlice in Jackson Block.
Office phone, No. 1471. Residence, No. 51)3.
Du. M. H.SHABF
Db. Edna B. Bhabp
Graduates of the American School of
Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo.
OHico itnd Kesiileuce Huxley CotUtge,
Phone 25 Hood Hivkh.
p C. BUOS1US, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
'Phone Central, or 121.
.Ottice Hours: 10 to 11 A. M.j 2 to 3
and 6 lo7 P. M.
M. D. W. PINEO.D.D.S.
Cbown Briixib Work a Specialty.
First Rational Bank
0. H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Telephones: Office 283; residence 1045
Olliee over Butler Bank,
Hood Rivkr, Okk.
M. E. WELCH,
LICENSED VEIERLUBY SllttiEOJi
Is prepared to do any work in the veterin
ary line. He can be found by calilUR ator
ph. Ding to Clarke s di UK store.
Vbstracte Furnished. Money Loaned
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
J3. H. HARTWIG,
Wilt Practice In All Courts.
CMYlee mirb Jeo. D. Culbertsou A Co. Col
SENECA F. FOUTS
Attorney at Law
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
A. J. DERBY
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
jons lklanITh ende uson
attorney-at-law, abstractkr. no
tary PUHUCaml K1SAL
Tr 23 yearn a res.dent of O etton and Wash
1nion Has had ninny year" eniierlenee In
Keiil Kutaie nutters, :is uhHirwtor.warchfrot
tlllrt. and auelll. Halpfactlon guaranteed l
H. SEYMOUR HALL,
1 am qualinl and prepared In do all kinds
wor flnaclasn land norveylnis. Accuracy ur
anteed. Thone wlio wla-1 liratH-laas wk done
iddrewt li. F. P. t. Hood River, Ptioua tuxl.
Our List of Bnrjrains
in real estate will
J. H. Heilbronner
Fruit Lands, Real Estate and Insurance
Ground floor new Davidson Bliig.
HOOD RIVER and PORTIDND, ORE.
Hood River Studio
We have the latest In mounts and ean en
large vour I'hotos In Crayon. Platinoid or
8epia. Hatiht'ucllon uarsiitHed.
W. D. ROGERS, Prop.
The place to get an easy
shave and first-class hair cut.
Our shop is metropolitan in
Porcelain Baths in Connection
0. B. GRAY.
For Sale at the
A. T. ZEEK.
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plates.
rreatment of diseased teeth and gunm.
Office Brosius Building. Pliotie 1033.
Eureka Meat Market
MiGUIRE BROS., Props.
Dealers in Fresh and Cured Meals. Lard
Poultry, Fruits and Vegetables.
Free Delivery. Phone Main 35,
F. Q. COE
FJ3.8TANLIY, E. L.HM1TH, E.O.BI.ANOBAE
Prea. Vtoe-Prea. Cashier.
V. C. Bbock, Asst. Cashier.
The First National Bank
OF OOD HIVKK, OREGON.
Capital and Surplus, $30,000.
P. M. HALL-LEWIS ft CO.
Civil and Architectural
Engineers and Surveyors
Maka turveya, planii and Mtimatea for aew
er, light and power and railway plant, and
furniHb, Mibjeclto approval, plana, apeeltlca
tlonn and eatliuatea for all vlatweii of bnllillnsn
public, private and mercantile. Hpectal at
tention glvu to economic and alow-bnrnlui
oonatrnctlon. Accuracy and economy guar
anteed. DAVIDSON BUILDING
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
STRANAHAN & SUVENS,
HOOD RIVER, ORECiON.
S. H. COX
FREDERICK & ARNOLD.
Kltlmatci (urnlihad oa all kinds of work
PVinnoa- Arnold, Main M.
SIMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
Decorative Painting and Paper Hanging
Plans furnished. Estimates care
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
E. A. JEROME,
Having had aeveral years' experience In
drafting and building. I would respectfully
aollclt a part of the patronage of the people ol
Uood River who anticipate building. Teiinn
ra.-on:ible, a id satisfaction guaranteed. Of
fice at residence on Heights.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Figure? and otimates furnislied on
all kinds of building and contracting-
IE OREGON Fl RELIEF
of McMiniiville. Oregoii, will insure your
property at 60 per ent loss cost than
auy other inn.iUition.
. P. HUSH, Special Agent,
Hood River, Oregon
Timber and Homestead
I have for location some choice apple lands
and tlmqcr claims: also rellnqnlshmenU and
land to script. Call on or address,
Wm. p. rand,
lies. I'lioue 376. Hood River. Ore.
Hood River Dairy
Delivered Morning and Eveding
Ciin supply all orders
from now on
Shepard & Franz
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Are in correspondence 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,
tombstones, etc. ;
Also contract for all kinds
of stone masonry, con
Dodge & Reid
Carpenters, Cabinet Makers
We do repairing In wood and metal. Furni
ture limiting a specialty. Huns,
bicycles, etc., repaired
Phone 651 HOOD RIVER, ORE.
WOOD FOR SALE.
I am prepared to furnish mill and alab
wood, also other kinds of wood.
1 have a new steam wood saw ana am
prepared to do sawing. Also do general
McEWEN & KOSKEY
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Prompt sales and quick returns
Wholesale dealer in all kinds of First
and Produce. Consignment solicited
129 Front Rttree, Portland, Ore.
Timber Land, Act Jane 3, 1X78.1
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United HlHtf lnd Offlce, The Dalles,
Oregon. June IS, num. Notice Is hereby
given that In compliance with Hie provisions
of the actofcongressof June 8, IHTM, enlilled
"An act for the sale of Umber lands In Ihe
states of fallforiila, Onvon, Nevada and
Washington Territory," as exteuded to all
the public land stales by act of August 4, lwi,
of Portland, county of Mulinoniah, state of
Oregon, liss Hied in this offlce his sworn state
ment No. Sir the purchase of the lot 4,
section 4, lota 1 and and BK.NK1 of section
No. in township No. 1N Itange No. Ilh., Vt .
M. and will oner proof to show that the
lands sought are more valuable for the tim
ber or stone thereon than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish his claims lo
r lit ...... ,1.. UurlutuPUI.il Ituvk-or ul
saiu ISilU ucioro tun n.""" ......... ...
the laud office In The Dalles, Oregon, on the
zotu day oi August,
Heuamesas wltueaaes: Kred lrautschy, ol
Hood River, Oregon, and Nils C. olsen, of
Any and all persons claiming adversely
anyol the above-desorlbed lands are request,
t..Mi.ii..i.ulin. In lilts ntlice on or lie-
lore tliesKld r.th day of August, IIHW
In the Circuit tymrt of the Stale of Oregon I'm
the couuty of Waaco.
Cameron T. Oroat. Plalntlll,
Anette Oroat, Defendant.
To Anette Uroat, defendant above named.
In the name of the State of Oregon you are
hereby required to appear and answer the
complaint filed sgalnsl you in the above en
titled suit on or before the expiration of six
weeks after the date of first publication ol
tills summons which Is June 2, l'.Mi, and If
you fail so to appear and answer, the plain
tiff will apply to the court for the r ! let prayed
for in the complaint, Vo-wit: lor a decree
dissolving the marriage coutra-H anil inar
riagerelatlonsexisllng between plalntlll and
deleudantand for auch other relief as the
couit may deem JubI and equitable.
This summons is published in Hie Hood
River Ulacler by order of the Honorable W.
L. Hradshaw, Judge of said court, made and
entered on the kin day of June, liWi.
Attorney for IMiilntlff
Klrst publication June 28, laoS.
Last publlcatlou Auguat 10, Himi.
NOT1CK fOtt PUBLICATION
United MISUH l.auu uu.. i lie i-nin-n,
gon, May mh, lWM.-Notlce is hcicliy given
that In compliance with the provisions ol the
Ai tofCongiess of June 3, lKTS, entitlcil "An
Act for the ante of Timber Land in the jsniiesol
California, Oregon, Nevada, suit Washington
Territory' as extended to all the public land
ea by actoi Aiigusi i,
O. M'J W . ,
of Pendleton, county of Umatilla, state of Ore
gon, lias this day tiled In this olllce his sworn
suiiemciii n. . I'm. ..". ... I...-
SV.N WX, HW'-.NH'4, section ill uml isli'.NK,1',
in ei iiviu wu. ' w..,...... ..... .
No. 11 K., W. M , und will oiler piool to slum
that the lund sought is more valuable lor
the timber or atom thereon llinn lor agri
cultural purposes, and to establish his claim
toli-ald lands before the Register and Receiver
at The Halloa, Oregon, on the Sltli day of Au
lie nuniesas witnesses: johii v. rtm-j, iu
n... L- T....I..K ll.. pi I., i. l Hi',..
PIIIHY HUU I IJUCO. l.Ji'j"i . i ii.ti..,
gon, and William Davis, of Hood River, ore-
Any ana an persons claiming aiivei-sciy au
of t he above described lands are requested lo
Hitt i l,..ir ..luliiiu lii Hits orrice on ill- liclore t lie
... . . ,
said .'01 h duy or August, lHOii.
. l,U.l.'l 'I' kTfll AV
NOTICE 1'OR PUBLICATION.
United Hliitosljind Offlce, The Dalles, Ore
gon, May i'i, HUM. Notice Is hereby given that
In compliance wiiu tnc pnjvis in uic itci
of Congress of June 3, IS78, entitled "An net
for the sale ol timber lands In the states of
California, On gon, Nevada, anil Washington
Territory," as . xteniled to nil the Public Land
States by act ol August 4, 1W2,
wiu.iaM h. Andrews,
of Wasco, count y of Mlieriuan, slate of Oregon,
lias tuts aay nicu in mis omce ins sworn
statement No. WV!, for the purchase of the
W)iNl?4 snd KNW)i, of seellon No. :, in
township No. 1 N., range No. 11 K., W. M., and
will otter prooi ui snow inai iiie lanu sougui
Is more valuable for Its timber or stone Hum
for tigricultursl purposes, and Uiestablisli his
laim; ui said lana ueiore ijieorge i. rruiner,
). H. Commissioner, id his olllce In llimd
River, Oregon, on the liith day of August. Win;.
lie names as witnesses: Arcnie i;. rrencn,
Olllord .1, Woodwoith, Roy Wooilwoiih and
tluy WiMidworlli, all of Hisid River, Oregon.
Any and all persons cliiiuilng adversely the
shove-described lands are requested to rile
their claims In this oitlca on or before said
liillidav of August,
ull iYlHJlAM. I . -.Ml.Al.. iiegisier.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United Stales Ijind Office, The Dalles, Ore
gon, May J, mill. Notice Is hereby given that
Ul Compliance Willi llie provisions ui ineitrioi
Congress of June:!, 1S7K, entitled "An act for
the sale ol timber lauds In the Ntales of Cali
fornia, Oregon, Nevada, and Waslilugnm Ter
ritory," as extended to nil the Public Ijind
States by actor ngust I, 1SW,
ARTHUR 1'. TlH'liT,
of Portland, county of Multnomah, slate of
Oregon, has this nay nieu in uns omce ins
sworn statement No. All I, for the purchase of
the lots i, 3, 4 and 5, of section No. la, In town
ship No. 1 N-, range No. K., W. M., and will
otter proof to slu w that the land sought Is
more valuable for its timber or stone thau for
agricultural purposes, and to establish his
claim to said land belore the Register and
Receiver at The Dalles, Oregon, on the ami
day ol August, ItKSi.
Me names as witnesses: iwis r,. aiiinw,
Frank Chandler, Charles I.. Morse and Wil
liam K. Rand, all of Hisid River, Oregon.
Anv and all nersons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to tile
their claims in this omce on or neiore sum
aoth day of August, IHti.
JTaltl MICHAEL J. WOLiAN, Register.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
Thomas Ilcnningsen, Plaintiff
Alfreda Hennlngsen, Delendsnt.
To Alfreda Hennlugsen, the above named
In the name of the state of Oregon, yon are
herebv reuulred to auuear and answer the
v.mniuint. ftleri airatnst von In the above en-
UlleU Council! or oeiore lugunLiynu, iw, uuu
ir you rail so to apiear and answer, for want
thereof the plalnllif will apply to the court
for the relief prayed for In the complaint, to
wit: For a decree dissolving the bonds of m .t
rlmony now existing between you snd plain
tiff, and for such other and further relief as to
the court may seem meet and equitable.
This publication of summons Is made by
order of Hon. W. I.. Uradshaw, Judge of Hie
above entitled court, duly made and enieren
on the tain aay oi juiy, isiki, oireciing mis
summons to be published once escn wees lor
six consecutive weeks In the Hood River
Glacier, a weekly newspaiwr of general circu
lation In Wasco County, Oregon.
Date ornrst publication July nun, nitm.
A. J. tiEltHY,
Jl-a30 Atty. for plaintiff.
II L lift . ItlHllWt'l if 1 I I
To idvertiie our itamoed linem e will sell
centerpiece! lilte cut itamped on pun Itntn
complete with floti to embroider.
Regular value 90c Special 50c
In ordering by mil send post office or -prew
money order and mtntun thu taper
L382 VASH. 3T-.P0RJLAHD Ply
THEY FIRST DEFIED ENGLAND
Iuti riHtlnif Historic Document. Shona
.iirfolk, Virginia, ( ltifiis Here
Ahead of I'lilluililplilu.
Tbe ouuiiiiK' Juuiestoivn e.xpnsitiuu
briuKs to in ind Ninny liislui io luots
long sitiee torgottuu. Wlnlo Unit It to
leave tbe liritisb umpire tbo patiiotB
of Norlolk, irgiuiu, were tho 11 ul
to resent the ukii'shioii of tliu lii itinii
stamp net, whicti ietl lo the American
revolution. Under tliu uuino ot "Itie
Sons of Litierty" tlioy asseintdod iu
Norfolk on inarch i'M, anil in liolil
determiuutl plirnnius iiuiiuoiictnl tlioii
iuteutiou of resisting any further ag
gression on the part ol the Knglitli
parliament. This whs two mouths bo
tote the proiuuiKntioii ol tho culutirut
ed Mecklenburg declaration of inde
pendence and uearly live belore the
thirteen colonies assembled in Phila
delphia to forever cast tilt the author
ity of tho Urilish crown and stmt the
oouutry on u carter of prosperity uud
sploudor, which will be oulebratod al
the Jamestown exposition, to be held
at, Hampton Hoails near Morloik, in
The Norfolk people did not decline
their independence, but expressly
allirmed their wish to be subjects ol
King Uoorge 111. They merely stuted
their detei miuiitioii that they should
uot be taxed without represeuttiou.
The resolutions reail as loliowa;
"Having taken into consideration the
evident tendency of that oppressive
and unconstitutional act ot parlia
ment commonly called tho stump
act, and being desiiious that our sen
timents should be known to posterity
aud leoollectiug, Unit we are pur. Oi
the colony who Pint iu general assem
bly openly expressed their deluslutiou
to tho said act l which is pregnant
with ruin aud productive of the mosl
jieruioious o Jn iu i uuces) ami unwill
ing to rivet the cuacklea in Inter'
anil oppression on ourselves an t mil
lions cl unburn, luue unanimously
come to the miiuvWiiK lesclutiuns:
'1. Kesulvuil, liial we iicaunwl-
edge our Lord and 8ovoieigii, King
Cleorgo 111, to be our nglitlul aim
lawful king uni that we will, at till
times, to tne utmost of our power
aud ability, support and doloiui his
most sseieu peisi.n, crow n iinu dig
nity, and shell always be ready when
constitutionally cube 1 upon, to nssiMl
his majesty, with our lives ami ioi -tuiies;
and to defend his just rights
"i Kesoivod, lliitt we will, uy all
lawful wuyn aud means which Divine
provideucu has put into our hands,
defeud ourselves iu the lull enjoy
ment of, and preserve inviolate to
posterity, tbose inestimable privileges
of all freoboru iiri.ish subjects, ot be
ing taxed only by representatives ol
their own choosing; and of Loing
tried by none but a jury of tueii
peers. Aud Unit Jit wo quietly.submit
to the execuliou of tho sanl stamp
act, all our claims to civil liberty will
be lost, aud we aud our subjects in
America are deprive 1 of the invalu
able privileges atoremuiiuouod.
"3. Kosulved, That a committee
be appointed who ahull, in such man
lier us tbey think propei, go upon
uecesHUiy btiHiuuss ami mulie public
the ubovu rusolulioiiM, and that they
correspond as they shall see occasion
with the Associated Huns of, and
friends to, liberty iu the other lirit
ish colonies of America."
As a result of the adoption of the
resolutions Lord Dunmure, the Urit
isb colonial governor, made a demon
stration boloto Morloik und several
shots weie tired Into tho city Ironi
the frigate Liverpool, as a rootilt oi
this aud oiliiu outiages, tliu Norfolk
people were ready lo tarow ulf ,.di au
thority and join with tho other col
onies whou llie Philadelphia declina
tion of iudepoudouoe was promul
An article uu the beautifying of
towns uud cities iu the Municipal
World urates that a town's highest
charm does uot lie in palatial dwell
ings or splendid public business
structures, but rathei in the develop
ment of its natural advantages, "lo
city oflloiala belongs the duty of koop
ing the streets iu good order, eliini
ualiug unsightly telephone aud tele
graph polos aud burying their wires,
abolishing the smoke uuisunce, tail
ing care of public buildings and their
environs and pertormiiig ninny omer
requirements iu the inlorcbt ul tue
town's convenience, beauty and sani
"Hut everlhiug mui-t not be loft to
town boards and councils. Kvery oc
cupant of home, whether owned or
routed, should teel underoljligulious
to keep it iu good ordei so that the
liuslgu, Illness of house and grounds
may not be an eyesore to the public
lu most towus local improvement so
cietieg are doing much to promote
the beauty and lietiltbfuluess of their
ueighboi hoods, aud by the uid ot
tnese societies many a once unattrac
tive couutry village bus been made
Effective A ivirtisinii'iit ol State Kalr.
t he Oregon State Hoard ol Agricul
ture is doing some etleetive advertis
ing of the coming state fair to bo giv
eu at S. ilo in under its uiamigoutout
aud there is every reason to behove
that the new style of publicity will be
the means of greatly incrLasing the at
tendance at the fair over what it hiu
beeu during previous years.
The latest bit of advertising is iu
the form of a four-page circular just
large enough tu slip into uu ordinary
sized envelope uud ttiese are supplied
to business men and others who will
send them out with their correspond
ence. The full text of the circular is s fol
lows: "The Oregon State Fair is without
doubt the grandest and the bent lau
held on the l'.icilio c;ust, both m
scope of magnitude aud alteudunce.
No agiicultuiui ussorialiou can say
tbey excel us iu any department,
while on the other hand, we have
man- advantages that other associa
tions have not.
"Tbe association owns 100 acres ct
valuable land two miles from the city
of Salem, the capital of the state,
wlii'di is reached by electric car linos.
The Houtueru Pacific passes through
the mounds, where all local trains
stop ; a depot has been erected aud
sidetracks are built for the special
purpose of caring for the many exhib
its. "Lxtra precaution is used iu load
ing aud uuloading tine stcok, which
is one of tho best features of the fair;
roomy stalls aud pens, newly white
washed are provided foi breeders of
blooded stock who make exhibits, aud
a remodeling of the pavilion gives am
ple room fcr the exhibits ot agiicul
turo, horticulture, aud works of art.
Special atleutiou has been given to
tiiesauitry ooudi'.ious of the grounds,
:2,titK) having been spent for the per
fection of the same. The septic tank
system ot sewerage was installed, aud
is acknowledged ty pnysioians 10 ne
the best, A ueneral cleau-up of the
grounds aud the paiutiug of all build
ings tend to make things clean and
healthful. Kxtra precaution will lie
used in the cleanliness of every de
partment. . thus assuring the patrons
of the fair protection from disease.
Men thousand dollurs is appropri
ated annually by the state tf Oregon,
uot for the maintenance ot the lair,
but for premiums awarded on live
stock, horticulture, agriculluie, man
ufacturing, aud works of art. The
premiums olferred by this board iu
the several classes will compare fav
orably with fairs in the east whose
magnitude is much gieater than ours.
Not oue dollar of this amount is used
for any other purpose. Special atten
tion has been paid to the above de
partments, and oompeteut superiu
tendeuts have beeu selected to man-
ago llie same, nay is iuiuisueu iroe
to all livestock entered lor premiums.
"The sneed department is one ol
the greatest attractions. - No othet
course cau ucast or so gooa a pro
gram. Ten thousand dollars is given
iu early closing stakes, this being the
lurgest amount ever offered in the
northwest. More high class horses
are entered lor these races than in
uny previous year. The track has re-
eived special preparation to mane ll
better than ever before, and the
graud stand has been newly painted
to make it more attractive.
'l'wenty awes, with the 'Majestic
Oaks' furnishing the shade, is set
apart for the benefit ot campers.
Sheds for 210 head of horses have beeu
tuilt for the housing of campers'
horses. Streets have been laid out.
the urounds aud stalls are olfered
tree to those who wish to come and
camp, lu conclusion will say, the
state board asks the oo-operation ot
all to make the fair of 1100 tho best
iu tho history of the organization."
Work On Hrhlse Slow.
Although the railroad company has
had huge forces of men and mohiuery
at work for some time, progress on
the new stool bridge which it is going
to erect cross the Hood hiver at tins
place is slow. Soundings taken to the
depth of 80 feet have failed to locate
bed rock and the company baa decid
ed to utilize the cement pravel which
underlies the river to a depth of
Kngineors say that while they prefer
bed rock as au anchorage for abut
ments, comment gravel of this depth
is stillicieut strong to bear auy weight
that can be put upon it.
The new bridge will be some dis
tance below the present structure aud
when completed will enable the com
pany to eliminate several bad onrves
that have been thetcanse of inuob de
lay to trtllc and have nlso beeu the
cause of a number of accidents. The
abutments will bo sunk lu the river
'i. IVud. uiul mu snon hh t.hov arA in
place tho steel work will be rushed I
forward as rapidly as possible, llie
building of the bridge is one of. the
improvements on its line which the
O. It. k N. recently appropriated sev
eral million dollars fur and which
when cptnpletep are expected to allow
of much faster time being made.
Merchant's. Investment and Trust Co.
The Merchant's Investment & Trust
company, of PoiUaud, Ore., whose
adveitiseinent appears elsewhere In
this paper, have issued a very attrac
tive little booklet for free distribu
tion containing intoi nix itiou about
the scope and purpose of their insti
tution. One point borne upon strong
ly is tho advisability (or persons hav
ing estates or Investments to look
after, of placing their affairs in tbe
hands ot this company. The Mer
chant's Investment & Trust company
argues that the proper care of es
tatees demands a talent ot a high or
der, and that individuals of stillicieut
busiuess skill for handling estates us
ully have alfairs of their own which
prevent them from engaging in such
a service for any other peisou.
The Merchant's Investment k Trust
company in soliciting business, calls
attention to tbe fact that a trust com
inn v never sleeps, never dies aud
never ah founds. The company de
dares its willingness to aooept ao
counts of ull kinds, and states they
are as ready to receive five dollars
won 11 (it DUHiness as mej nie uvo
thousand. Their booklet will be
mailed to you free if you write aud
ask for it.
There is nothing so pleasant as that
hriitht, cheerful, at-peace-with-the-world
feeling when you sit down to your
brciikfiiKt. There is nothing so conduc
ive to good work and good results. The
healthy man with a healthy mind and
body is a better fellow, a bett-jr work
man, a better citizen than the man or
woman who is handicapped by some
disability, however slight. A slight dis
order of the Hlomach will derange your
hoily, your thoughts and your disposi
tion, (let away from tho morbidness
and the lilucs." Keep your fftomach in
tune and both your brain and body will
respond. Little indiscretions of over
eating can be easily corrected and you
will be surprised to '(! how much bet
ter man you arc Try a little Kodol Kor
Dyspepsia after your meals. Sold by
l'rof. Tyler, of Amherst college, said
recently: "A man can live comfortably
without bruins: no man ever existed
without a digestive system. The dys
peptic has neither faith, hope or char
ity." Iay bv day people realize the
importance of caring for their digestion;
reali.e the need of the use of a little
corrective after overeating. . A correc
tivelike Kodol I'or Dyspepsia. It di
gests wliat you eat. Sold by Williams'
THE TALL TIMBER ATTRACTS MANY
A Few (in to the Seashore ami Many to
Little White Salmon Some Take
Driving ami Sea Trips.
A general exodus of Hood River
residents seems to be taking place at
present aud those who cau spare the
time from busiuess or the duties of
the household ate seeking a cbauge of
sceuo. While a few have gone to the
seashore for their a uu mil outing, tho
tail timber seems to lie the most pop
ular spot, und many lesidents of
Hood Kiver urj at present camped
near the cooling iutluencei of Mount
liuod aud Lost Lake. In tact quite
a colouy of Hood Kiver people is es
tablished there aud there is hardly a
section of the city or valley that has
not its representative camped near the
Trout Lake baa also its share of vis
itors from this side of the river, num
bering as its guests many from The
Dalles aud dowujthe river points. The
good load to Trout Lake is a drawiug
feature for that rtsoit, something that
Lost Lake lacks, but which it is aoou
eyxpected to have. Uy those who
have beeu up the Little White Salmon
river it is said that it has nevei beeu
so popular as this summer and that
campers galore can be found along its
shore iu quest of the ever elusive
While vacation trips of various
kinds are being taken by some, others
are turning their idle time to good ac
count and have lound employment
in the harvest fields. To young fel
lows atteudiug school this klud of a
vactiou is somewhat of a lark, but
palls on the ordinary Hood Ki veil to
who I is busy with his cultivator
spraying apparatus, murketiug apples
or talking ubout them eleven aud a
hulf out of the twelve . onths of the
The ordinary vacation, appealiug
to some as slightly hum-drum, they
have decided on something more out
of tho usual course and have taken
a diiving or sea trip. The latter was
the kind of vacation selected by
Mrs.r S. Davidson, sr.,ho left here
July 15 for a trip to Alaska, arriving
at her home in this city Friday very
much benefitted iu health by the voy
age. She speuks,iu glowing terms of
the many uttructiuns of the trip and
of the interseting tilings she saw iu
that far northern latitude.
Mrs. Duvidsou sailed for Atai-ka
from the port of beattle ou the steam
ship City of Seattle and stopped at
many ports both going and return
lug, among which were Vancouver,
11. 0., Sitka, Juueau uud Skugway.
Sitka she describes s being a particu
larly beautiful and interesting place,
on aooouut of its old Oieek churches,
which were built many yers ago by
the Russian Inhabitants whou Alaska
was under tbe dominion of tbe Czar.
At Juneau the passengers were given
au opportuiuty to indulge in the sport
of fishing aud tho fish were so plenti
ful there that tho deck of the steam
ship was soou covered with halibut.
The ship made several stops at Juneau
both coming uud going uud the lu
diaus there, eager to sail their wares,
came alongside the vo-wel iu large ca
noes, handing up their products to
the passengers ou the ends of oars for
inspection. Mrs. Dadvison says that
while tbe baskets uud curios olfered
for sale are both pretty and Interest
ing, the! wily Indians of Alaska have
discovered that tourists to that oouu
try are expected to be separated from
their money und do not hesitate to aK
fabulous prices it or articles that it is
said can be nought tneie during too
winter for a song.
At Skagway. the destination of the
steamer, the party were allowed asboie
for seven hours and many took ad-
vautuoof the opportunity to go to tbe
top of the famous White Horse Pass
whioh can now be readied ny rauroau
in throe hours, but which caused the
gold stokers of the early Klondiko
days many hours of weary toil aud
suffering to make tho journey, ai
Skugway winter coats and wraps were
in order aud the steam had to be kept
turned on iu the radiators to keep
the passengers comfortable.
The pleasure of tbe trip was marred
by but one iucident whioh ocoured
wheu it was ubout finished. Arrange
ments had boen made to give a fare
well dance on the last night before
leaching Seattle. When the steamer
left Vancouver it run into a severe
storm, sending passeugors to their
berths iu a hurry und causing every
thing that was not secure to roll iu
every direction. The piano, whioh
had beeu unfastened in order to be
removed to tbe main salon, was tossed
about to such an extent that it Is said
to hp.ve tumod over three times before
it was cauifht aud properly seemed.
Naturally the dauoe did uot take plaoe
under the circuniBtnces as most or
the passengers were hanging over the
edges of their berths unable to tuke
any interest in a social function.
Apart from this, Mrs. ijbvkisou,
who was not Bick, but rather auxiotis,
says the trip was a moBt doilghtful
Hoard of Equalization.
Notice is hereby given that the
Uoaid of Kqualizatiiou of Wasco
couuty, , Oregon, will meet at the
court house iu Dulles City ou the last
Monday in August, l!KHi, aud remain
In session one week, tor the puiposo
of examining uud equalizing tho as
sessment roll for the year 1000, as by
lnw provided. All persons desiring
to appear, before sr. id Hoard will
please take notice.
Dated at Dulles City, Oregon, this
.list day of July, 1000.
A. U. STOUSD1LL, Assessor.
I nneocHsary Expense.
Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea
come on without warning and prompt
relief must be obtained. There is no
necessity of incurring the expense of ft
physician's service in such cases if
ChamlM rlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy is at hand. Ad iseof
this remedy will relieve the patient be
fore a docter could arrive. It has never
been known to fail, even in the most
severe and dangerous cases and no fam
ily should be without it. For sale by
Keir & Cass.