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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, AUGUST 30, 1906.
HOOD KIVKK COMMKKCIALOUHt-MceU
every second Monday til each tnmiOi Hi 8 p.
III., iu the club rooms over Jackson's sUirc.
H. K. Iiavidhon, Prea.
A. I. Mok, Secrelury.
HUOP R1VKR UHKiK NO. KB, A. K. and A.
M. Meets Balurday evening on or before
pHfh full moon. A. 8. Hlowkhs, W. M.
I). McDonald, Secretary.
HOOD RIVER C'H APTKR NO. 87. R. A. M.
Meet flrst and third Friday night of eaca
nionlh. D. McDonai.u, H. f.
A. 1). Mo, Secretary.
HOOD KIVKK CHAPTKK NO. , O. E. 8.
Meets second and rourth Tuesday evening
of each niontli. Visitors cordially welcomed.
MK.1 T. J. KlNNAUlD, W. M.
Mas. Thkhksa i:astnkr, Secretary.
iui.kwii.de loduk no. 107, i. o. o. c.-
Meet in Fraternal hsll, every Thursday
niKhl. K. U. Pabkott, N. U.
Ali.n nbal, Secretary
EDKN ENCAMPMENT, NO. 48, 1. O. O. K.
KeKHlar meeting second aud fourth Monday!
of each month. 11. U.OooK, 0. 1'.
11 C. Smith, Scribe.
LAUREL REBKKAH DEGREE bODOK NO.
Kl, I. O. O. K.-Meets flrst and llilrd Friday!
in each month.
Mkh. E. W. Uiikll, N. U.
M as. Doha Thomson, Secretary.
WAUOOMA LODUE NO. 90, K.. OK P.
Mi'els ill K. ol P. hall every Tuesday night.
'Hum. F. Johnson, C. C.
V. 0. Hkock, K.ofR. and 8.
HOOD RIVER CAMP, NO. 7,702, M. W. A.
Meels iu K. of P. hull every Wednesday
nlKlit. K. H. Mavks, V. C.
0. U. DAKIN, Clerk.
HOOD RIVER CIRCLE NO. bit, WOMEN OK
WiKidcruft-Meelsal K. of P. hall on the
first aud Third Fridays of each month.
1iu McKkynolds, U. N,
K. W. McKeynoi.ds, Clerk.
K1VEKHIDE LOIMiENO. (18 A. O. U. W.
Meets lirst and third Saturdays of each
mouth. V. H. Ulauu, M. W.
E. U. Hram.ey, Fluaucier
Ciikstku Shutk, Recorder.
OLETA AMHEMHLY NO. 108, UNITED ART
tsaus. MeeU Ihe tlrsl and third Wednes
days, work: second and fourth Wednesdays
Artisans' hall. O. W. Thompson, M. A.
C. D. Hknkrh, Secretary.
COURT MOOD RIVER NO. 42, FORESTERS
ol America, Meets secoud aud fouith Mon
day In each month In K. of P. hall.
SKNKCA F. FuU'M, C. R.
F. 0. Bbosius, F. C.
CANBY POST, NO. 16.G. A. R. MEETS AT
A, o. 1), W. hall, second and tourth Satur
days of each mouth at 2 o'clock p. m. All
U. A. R. members invited U meet with us.
S. A. Skinnkh, Cmuiuander.
TllOUAH ClOSM, Adjutant.
CANDY W. R. C, No, ll'.-MKETS SECOND
and lourlli i-sturda; s of each Moutli in A.
ti. I . W. 1 1 ii 11 ul 2 '. m.
F.i.i.kn Hi-ount, President.
OKitiniiiiK B. l.NUI.KS, Secretary
MOUNTAIN HOME CAMP No. 8409, R. N. A.
Meets ul l he K, of P. Hall ou the second aud
fourth Fridays ol eaeh month.
Mrs. cahbik Bbosius, O.
Mas. El. I. a Dak in. Recorder.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Telephones: office, 2l; residence, 811.
SIJKUEON O. H. AN. Co.
PIIYNICIAN AND SURGK0N.
Successor to Dr. M. F. Shaw.
Cialls promptly answer id In town or country,
Day or Night.
Telephones: Residence, till: Offlce.fllS.
Olllce In the liroslus Building.
E. 0. DUTR0, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office and Residence over First National
Hunk, Hood River, Oregon,
l'hone Main 871
DR. J. EDGINGT0N,
Physician and Surgeon
Ollice over the First National bank.
Office phone 1433. Res. phone 76XI,
M. F. SHAW, M. D.
Ollice in Jackson Block.
Office phone, No. 1471, Residence, No. 5H3.
Db. M.H.siiabh Dr. Edna H. Hhabi-
Graduates of the American School
Osteotliy, Kirksville, Mo.
Ollice and Residence Huxley Cottage,
Rhone 25 Hood Rivkr.
0. BROS1US, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
'l'hone Central, or 121.
e Hours: 10 to 11 A. M.; 2 In 3
andO to 7 P. M.
H. D. W. PINEO.D.D.S.
Crown Ukuxik Work a Spkciai.ty.
First National Bank
0. H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Telephones: Ollice 2&3; residence 1045
Ollice over Butler Bank,
. Hood Rivkr, Okk.
LICKXSF.l) VETERINARY SURGEON
Is prepared to do any work In the veterln
aivllne. Hp can be found by calling ator
p! -nUur to Clarke s drug store.
Aiadrm-ts Furnished. Money leaned.
HOOt) RIVER, OREGON.
E. H. HARTWIG,
Will I'riotlce In All Courts,
ofllee wirh Um. II. Culbertson it Co.
r.-tioiw, Ah-tracts. Settlement of Estates.
HOOD KIVER. OKEiV.lN.
SENECA F. FOUTS
Attorney at Law
H rosins Building
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
attokxky-at -la w. abhtracter. no
tary Hl'HLICand KKAL
For 'SI years a rcs'.dent of o epon and Wash
(nicton. H'i had many years experience In
Kesl l-1aie matters, a abstractor, searcher of
titles and airent. Satisfaction (uaranteed or
)ur List of Bargains
J. 11. Heilbronner
Fruit Lands, Real Estate and Insurance
Ground Iloornew Davidson Bldg.
HOOD RIVKR and I'ORTLDXD, 0RK.
Hood River Studio
We have the latest In mounts and can en
large your I'lioios In Crayon Platinoid or
Sepia. Sutisfacluiu guaranteed.
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
O. B. GRAY.
For Sale at the
A. T. ZEEK.
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plates.
l'li alineiit of diseased teeth and gums.
Ollii lirottius Building. Phone 1033.
F. G. COE
H. SEYMOUR HALL,
I am qualified and pre pared to do all klud
oi nrst-ciav iani urveyin. Accurscv simt
i ntera. Those who wis nr-i-ci- w.ek .u
addreaa K. K. D. 2., Hood River. Plume jui
rj4.HTANI.KY, K. U SMITH, K. O. Ill.ANCHAK
Pre. Vlce-Pres. Cashier.
V. C. Rkh'1, Aunt. Cashier.
The First National Bank
OK HOOD RIVER, ORKOON.
Capital $50,000 Surplus, $12,000.
P. M. HALL-LEWIS 4 CO.
Civil and Architectural :
Engineers and Surveyors
Make surveys, plans and estimates for sew
er, light and power and railway planu, and
furnish, subject lo approval, plans, siiectflcji
tinns and estimates tor all classes of buildings
public, private and mercantile. Special at,
usntion gtvan to economic and slow-burning
construction. Accuracy aud economy guar
anteed. DAVIDSON BUILDING
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
t STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
g H. COX
FUn AK ElTIKATM TVMMUUU9.
FREDFRICK & ARNOLD.
Kitlmatoi furnlihd on all kinds of work
PVirmoa' Arnoia, Main .
SIMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
Iiecorativp Painting and rnpcr Hanging
Plans furniHherl. Estimates care
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
E. A. JEROME,
Having had several years' exierienee In
drafting and bulldlnir. I would respectfully
solicit s part of Die patronaae of the people ol
Hood River who anticipate bulldlnir. Terms
reasonable, a id satisfaction guaranteed. Of
flue at residence ou Heights.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Figure! i'iid estimates furnished on
all kinds of building anil contracting.
orMcMimiville. Oreirun, will insure your
property at, IU) er cent less cost than
any other iiiH.it ution.
(I. P. RONS, Special Agent,
Hood River, Oregon
Timber and Homestead
I have for locat ion some choice apple lands
and tlmqcr claims; also relinquishments and
land Ui script. Call on or address,
wm. f. hand,
Res. Phone 376. Hood River. Ore.
Hood River Dairy
H rani Cm
Delivered Morning and Eveding
Can supply all orders
from now on
Shepard & Franz
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Are in correspondence with all parts ol
the United lates and are in good posi
tion Uj sell your
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Orient Fire Insurance Co.
Hood River Marble Works
Am prepared to execute
all onlers for granite and
marble work, monuments,
Also contract for nil kinds
of stone masonry, con
Dodge & Reid
Carpenters, Cabinet Makers
!o icpairipg in wisid and metal.
Mire milking a seelal(v. Minis,
blevcles. etc.. repaired
I nine HM UooU KlVEIt, OKK.
WOOD FOR SALE.
I am prepared to furnish mill and slab
ffisxl, also other knuls ol wood.
I have a new steam wood Raw and am
.ireparcd to do -awini;. Algo do genural
McEWEN & KOSKEY
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Prompt sales and iicck returns
A'liolenale dealer in all kinds of First
nd Prodnoe. Consignment oliciud
129 Front Sttree, Portland, Ore.
NOTICE OK FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Il the County Court of Wasco County,
Wlate of drew in.
In the matter of the estate nl Weorue Owen,
Notice Is herehy given Unit Ihe. under
slitned, the administrator of the estate of
tieorue Owen, deceased, has duly Hied with
the clerk of the County Court, for Waaoo
County, Oregon, his Anal account and report
In said estate; and that the Judue of the above
entitled court, has duly fixed Thursday, the
tith day of Septemlier, A. 1)., iwi, at U o clock
A. M. of said day as the lime, and the County
Court room In the County Court house In
Halles City, Wasco County, Oregon, as the
place for hearing said final account and re
port. All persons Interested In said estate,
aie hereby notified lo appear at said lima
and place, aud show cause, il any there he
why said final account and reisirt should
not In all things lie allowed, rslitled and ap
proved, and an order made, duly dlsclisrging
said administrator from further acting In
said trust, and exonorallng him "from fur
ther liability theieiiuder. 1 ills notice Is pub
lished by order of the county Judge of sain
court, uaieo ineiiin uayoi aiikhni, a,
tile ttrst publication ol tin
uotu-e Is dated
tliefllh day of August, A.
l;ti, and the
wilH'r In which said notice Is ordered pub-
llslied Is llie tioou riiver vtmeier, piiiiusiieu
weekly in said eouuty of Wasco, In the city
of Ho m! ltlvcr.
Haled Hoou River, Oregon. August Htli, I9ii.
Administrator or the estate ol Ueurge Owen,
JOHN LKI.ANl) KKNllKKWlN,
Vsti Attorney for said estate.
In the Circuit IJourl of the Htnte of Oregon, for
Thomas Hennlugsen, rialutirr
Alfreda Hennlugsen, Defendant.
To Alfreda Itennlugsen, the alsive named
In the name of the state of Oregon, ymi are
hereby reiiulred lo ap()ear and answer the
complaint tiled against yon in Ihe above en
titled court on or belore August ;itli, mi, and
It you fall so to appear and answer, for waul
hereof the plalntllt will apply to the eourl
for the relief prayed for In the complaint, to
wit: For a decree dissolving the bouds of m .t
riinouy now existing between you and plain
till, and fin- such other and fuiiher reliel as to
the court may seem meet and equitable.
Tills publication of summons is made by
order ol Hon. W. lfHradsliaw, Judge ol the
above entitled court, duly made and entered
ou the l:ith day of July, m, directing tills
summons to be published once each week for
six consecutive weeks In the Hood lllver
(ilacler, a weekly newspaper of general circu
lation In Wasco County, Oregon,
Dateofflral publication July I'Jth, l'.KHi.
A. J. llKKHV,
J1!I-b:) Ally, for plaintiff.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
has been duly appointed by the honorable
County Court of the unite of Oregon lor Was.
co County to he administrator ol the estate o
Henry Ktellanson, dece.tsed, and all lersoiis
iiavliig claims agttlnst said esitite are heieb
nolilled to present the same, duly verille , lo
the undersigned at the ollice of A. A. Jayne
in HixkI Kiver, Oregon, Within sx months
fiom the dale of I lie lirst pliblleatiun ol lliis
Htate of Oregon
Counly of Wasc
Notice Is herehv given that I will on Mon
day, llieaiili day of August, . II. i!i, sell lo
Hie highest bidder, lor cash In liund, all prop
erty subject lo deed, owned by Wasco
county, by virtue of the different lax sales.
in witness thereof 1 have hereunto sel my
hand this Will day or July, A. B. VM.
I.KVI I'll KISM AN,
J2II Kherlll'of Wast County, Oregon
Notice is herehy given 'hatal aspeelnl meet
ing oftlie Hoard "f Ulrec.loraof the Hmal Itlver
Irilgniion lilslrlet. held al lb-1 olllre in said
District on Monday, the Jilt li day of August,
1mm, It whs estimated mid determined by Ihe
Hoard ol liiiecuirsol Ihe said Irrigation Dis
trict that It Is necessary to raise tlU.iMK! for
the pui Miseof completing Ihe ueeesssi-.v Irri
gating canals and works, and acquiring the
necessary properly ami rights tlierclor, aud
otherwise carrying out the provisions oi the
act under which said District was organized.
Maid Hoard of Directors at the same time
and place also called a HiH'clsl Klccliou to be
held al the same time mid place hereinalter
mentioned, ut which slmll b- submitted to
Ihe electors of said Irrigation lilslrlet the
question whether or not the bonds of said
District In the amount above mentioned shall
b" issue. I, and Ihe Bmird directed that notice
thereof be given In the nimnier provided by
law, said notice to lie signed by the (eeleiary
of the Hoard of Directors.
It was also estimated mid determined Dial
It Is necessary to raisi Three Thousand Dol
lars (Sa.iKKI) by special assessment for the pur
pose of paying the luteieilon bonds aud other
necessary ex incises connected wllti Mie asses
ment and collection of I he same.
Now, therefore. In pursuance of the fore
going authority, notice Is hereby given that
aHpeclal Mcdion will be held at the Barrett
School House In the Hood lllver Irrigation
District In Wasco County, Oregon, ou Kalur.
day, the 15th day ofHepleinber, lissi, ut which
shall be siiliinilled lo the electors of said lrri.
gallon District the question whether or kol
the bonds of said District shall be issued In
the sum of $40,000 tor the purpose above men
tioned and the special assessment shall be
made fur the sum of f.l.l) 0 as above stated.
The (sills al said election will be o'iieil at
the hour of s o'clock A . M., ami will be closed
althe hour of 7 o'clock 1'. .VI.. and said eleo
lion will be held and the rcsuil thereol deter,
mined and declared in all respects as uearly
us nra.a cable in conformity with Ihe require.
incuts of Ihe law concerning the election ol
office1 s of said lilslrlet.
Notice s further given tnai J. .1, Jordan,
,lno. A. Wilson and .1. Wick hum were regu
larly appointed Judges ol said election and H.
It. Arneson anu u. I. r.argeiu t.ierssoiereiit.
llv order ol the Hoard of Directors of the
Hook Ulver Irrigation District.
J, tl. nnocvi aiv r.iv,
Secretary ol the Hoard.
Dated at Hood Itlver. Oregon, this 20th day
of August, lHUi. a'aia
To Young Men And Women.
(IreatopiMirttinilles are awultlng you In the
Huslnesa world. Hundreds oi young men
and women are wanted In and around oak
land and Hun Francisco, to take (Kisltlons as
stenographers, bookkeepers', telegraphers, of.
flee assistants, etc., at gisnl aalarlea.
The rolvtechnlc llusinesa college, of oaa
land, the leading sclusil of lis kind In the
West, indorsed bv tlieChumh rof Commerce
and leading educators, oilers exceptional op
portunities ui those nun can enter college ai
once and prepare for positions. This scliisil
Is considered bv many lo be Ihe the besl
euiiliiiwd business college in America. It is
unqtlcsl lonillliy superior ui any oiner siimiio
school west of Chlc.igo. All expenses low.
Home inlltiences Individual instruction.
Address I'olyteenie Business College, Dept.
A., Oakland, I 'al,, for free catalogue showing
trie elegant interiors and splended facilities
of tins sciHMil, which has tlve limes mure
money Invested In equipment than any other
school In I lie West. Saw building In perfeel
H Comblete, Mh
t K to. dt,. Ms. J$ 'A
To idre rtise our itamped lineni we will wll
centerpieces like cut timpedon fun hium
complete with Soil to embroider.
Regular value 90c Special 50c
In ordering by mll lend post office or ei
preM money order and wuntm tkii faptr
VASH. 3T-,T0KHAHD CJ
WHAT CITIZENS THINK ON SUBJECT
Sentiment In ravorof More Lights If
City Is In Fmaui iulCniulltlon
to ray fur Them.
In order to aaoertaiu the HetitiinoiH
of Hood litver buaiuesa men iu regard
to having the city make some provis
ions for a more adequate system of
lighting the streets the GUoier tins iu
treviewed a n timber of them ou the
subject. It was not possible to ob
tain the views ou this important ques
tion of all inteiested and some ol
those seeu did uot eare to make auy
statemeut iu regard to it, hut the ma
jority seem to be iu favoi of having
more street lights. Some do uot how
ever, think the city is iu a position
financially to make a contract to that
effect and state t tint if there is auy
surplus iu the city treasury it might
be better to use it iu defraying the
current expenses of the city or iu im
proving the streets. On the othei
baud there are those who thiuk that
the proper lighting of the streets is
an absolute necessity uud should be
done iu auy cveut, eveu if it should
be necessary to levy a s pedal tax foi
Fioin the following may be gleaned
au idea of what those who were asked
about the questiou think:
' J. H, Heill'ronuer St Co. We are iu
favor of more lights most emphatical
ly aud also improvements iu any other
directiou. Hood Kiver is adveitised
at home aud abroad as the most pro
gressive town in Oicgou uud it ought
I o live up to its reputation. Let ut
have more lights aud butter streoU
(Jims. N. Clarke 1 thiuk if thero is
auy money to lie spent on improve
tuents iu llood Kiver the best place il
can be put is on the streets. 1 am
ptrieotiy willing lu admit that more
ligbU could bu used about the city to
auvuutagu, but ill.o;it a fixed income
1 do uot sue li iw the city cau see its
way clear to paying for them and as
this is uot very niiiuh of an owl town
I thiuk we can do very nicely as it it
tor the present.
1. I). 1 weedy If the city bus the
money to pay for a more extensive
lighting service 1 am in favor of it
provided the taxpayers up on the lull
receive some benefit from it. Coun
cil has not beeu overzealona iu behalf
of this end of town, but if they have
the funds a fow lights distributed
properly up here would be most ac
liutlor Dunking Co. lou can say
that we are heartily in lavor of more
lights if the revenue of the city will
permit. It Is certatully very appar
ent to the least observing that the
treets should be hotter lighted than
they uow are aud if the city is iu a
positiou to do so it should be done.
f rank A. uram isy an means lei
us have more lights, liood Kiver has
the repututiou of being alive aud up-to-date,
bti angers coming iu here at
uight thiuk they are at some cross
roads. Now that the winter is com
iug with its dark nights, the streets
are uo" only (lava, out uusare anu
should be lighted, liesides it is an
added protection to business men to
have toe city well llgntei and a lew
more dollars spent on lights will nev
er be missed.
Vogt tiros. More lights? Why I
dou't kuow how that is. 'I his isu't
the headquarters of the city govern
ment. Are we In tavor ol more street
lights? Yes, we are if the city thinks
it cau altord to pay tor them. A well
lighted towu is a good Jiuvostment foi
I'j. O. rilunclier, of the 1'lrst Nation
al il.tuk You ch ti state for me that 1
would most earnestly indorse a move
ment for a better lighting of the city
if its llnucial condition was stitih that
it could alf ord to do it. 1 kuow, how
ever, tout It is uot. ine piopositlon
of the Electtio Light & uud Power
oompany 1 consider a most favorable
oue. but it would not lie possible for
the city to extend ttio mo lighting
system without going into debt and
to that I am strongly opposed. The
funds now avallble iu the city trms
ury will not muoh more thuu provide
for its current expeuse auu it Is an
absolute necessity that some of it be
spent ou the streets as soon as the
weather will permit. They are not
only in a bad condition, but unsafe
and 1 think aomehiug should be done
to render them lit for tiavel.
A. L. Carmiohael Y'ea we need
lights up here very badly. At oue
time the merchants ou the hill con
sidered a proposition to have an arc
light placed n the center of the busi
ness district here, but abandoned it
heoause it was considrced too expen
sive. Four or five incandescent lights
placed at iutorvuhs along this street
would help out wonderfully.
J. II. (Jill X hero is scarcely a place
in the city that ueods lights worse
than the streets lending up on the hill
Some :i- cauillo power lights placed
along them would he of greut benefit
uot only to residents on the hill but
to those living out iu the valley who
are forced to drive over them at
HtrananhHU Ac liagley liefore any
more money is spent for lights 1 think
it you will consult the wishes of the
citizens of this town you will find
that tbey would much prefer having
anv surplus money In tlio city treas
urv expended on the street. The
lights are all right, but what abou
George T. Pratber I am not
fuvor of spending any more money for
street lights. The city is paying for
all it can alf ord to now for lights
aud I am uot in favor of the city go
iug in debt for them. The taxpayers
can't stand it. Tbey have been taxed
too heavily already. Lots of them
couldn't" puy their sewer assessment,
No sir, 1 am not iu favor of any more
Judge Henderson Am I in favor of
having the city better lighted? I am
most assuredly. There is nothin
that is more important to a city thau
I having its streets propel ly lighted.
it a protection against burglniy, fires
and insures those who are out
oitrht at least a partial protection
against broken limbs and possibly
l loan of life. 1 think the town should
be well lighted also as au Indication
of its progressiveuesa uud if it can
uot be done iu auy other way some
pecial provision should be made to
L. N. lilowers My views on this
question are that If there is any mou-
ey to be spent ou Improvements it
should be put on the streets 1 am
not against public improvements of
any kiud and consider the lightning
questiou au important oue, but seo-
oudaiy to the oue I nave already
spoken of. While we can get along
very well with the preseut lighting
service for a time something must be
oue to put the streets in better con
Chas. II. Hall I couslder .the
street lights most important. It up-
ears to me that it overshadows auy
other improvement at preseut aud
that a few more lights pioperly dis
tributed about the city would prove
in oft beuellcial.
Dr. Puuible 1 am in favor of more
lights it the city oau afford it, if uot
am iu favor of goiug without them,
believe that muuloipal affairs should
be administered the same as private
ouea. What you oau't altord go with
out. K. McDonald I do uot thiuk the
ity ueods any more lights at preseut.
am uot opposed to au extension of
the oity lighting system when the
time comes. Hut that time bus uot
arrived as yet. 1 do not believe it
would be judicious for the authorities
of the city to enter into auy long
time lighting oontruot, at preseut, as
there are a uumber of other things
that will have to be takeu care of, 1
lo not think the towu should aspire
lo things it cau uot see Its way clear
to paying for without placing an ad-
ltiouul tax ou the taxpayer. Couu-
il should he able to haudle this mat
er of additional lights, tut with the
usinoHS houses closing bo early eveu-
ugs do not tmuK we need tnein.
I'j. L. Smith the placing of a few
additional lights iu places where the
aie most neeod would probably bt
most beneficial, but 1 thiuk we ought
to go slow in this mutter. The city
is under a very heavy tax as it is aud
it cau uot lie doue without auy in
crease iu the taxation 1 thiuk per
haps it would be wiser to wait until
e ore prepared for It. About oue
titilf of the Income of business prop-
rty ut llood Kiver is now consumed
taxes aud the tax on other proper
is ulso high. Let us go slow but
sure iu these matters.
The olfer of the Hood Kiver Eleo-
trlo Light aud Power Company by
ouutruct is to furnish aro lights for
one year at ti(i.5U per month ka light ;
wo vburs at fo.'JD and live years at fti.
It is estimated by the company that
it will cost at least 5O0 to Install an arc
light service iu the city and one arc
light requires one horse power, mak-
ug it they say a much more expen
sive sei vice to operate. The oompany
will also fuiuisb incandescent lights,
put up iu a substantial manner with
utlectors for oue year it the rate ol
M.uO per light of i"i oaude power, pro-
iUeii;,W lights are used aud at the rate
of H.afi per light for two and (1.1b
per light for five years.
Hood Itlver As An Example.
Tillamook recently held a big carni
val and county fair at which a num
ber of prominent men iu the state
made. speeches, among them was Dr.
tunes Witbyooiub, who in speaking
of Hood Kiver said :
Take llood Kiver a little valley
considered a very little valley a tew
yeais ago. A few progressive men
got together aud organized what they
called a fruit growers' uuion, not
only to grow fruit, but to market it.
today llood lilver la just as well
uowu iu London and Paris and lier-
11 ii as iu Oregon. What did it? In
telligeut orgauizatlou, high-class pro
duct." lu this connection Dr. Wilhyoomb
rged the farmers iu Tlllumook coun
ty to organize for the purpose of ad
vertising aud selling then nne dairy
Lower Karen Take Effect,
The reduction in passenger fares ou
Union Pacific aud Oregon Short Line
points lately announced by the llarrl-
nian passeuger department have just
become effective, .owing to a delay in
preparing schedules for the lnforma
lion of agents. The new tarilfs were
to have gone into effect In July.
ilereufter the tare from Portland to
Denver over the Union Pacific will be
ill. CO instead of W5. Fare from Port
land to lioise will lie lifi.15 Instead of
1(1.15 as formerly, aud the charge oi
till. 50 from Portland to Salt Lake
will be out to f'j.
The reductions place the fare
throughout the West ou the Ilarriman
lines at 3 cents a mile with the ex
ceptiou of Nevada, Aiizona and New
Meixco, where fare is charged on
basis of 4 oeuts. The rates in that
torritoiy have been lessened from
cents to 4 cents a mile by the reduo
tious just made. Oregouiau.
Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea
come on without warning and prompt
relief must tie obtained, there is no
uecessity of incurring the expense of a
physician's service in such canes if
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Keiiiedy is at hand. A dole of
this remedy w ill relieve the patient be
fore a ilocter could arrive. It lias never
been known to fail, even in the mofet
severe and dangerous cases and no fam
ily hIioimiI lie without it. for sale by
Keir A 'asa.
There is nothing so pleasant as that
blight, cheerful, al-peacewith-the-world
feeling when you sit down lo your
breakfast. I here is nothing so conduc
ive to good work and good results. The
healthy nian with a healthy mind and
body is a better fel'ow, a bettir wok
man, a better citizen than the man or
woman who Is handicapped by some
disability, however slight. A Blight dis
order of the stomach will derange your
body, your thoughts and your disposi
tion, (iet awuy from the morbidness
and the blues. Keep your stomach in
tune and both your brain and body will
resound. Litt e indiscretions of over
eat ni can be easily corrected and you
will be surprised to see how much bet
ter man you are. Try a little Kodol For
Dyspepsia after your meals. Kold by
For a lone term of years, south half
of Block 8, Parkhurst, and tnree acres
east of Parkburst. vv . J . isaaer wi,
TO SIIIP APPLES
HOOD RIVER FRUIT MOVING OUT
Ilujer Still OUVrlug- II g; Prices for
Winter Varieties -One Shipment
(ioes to Vladivostok.
Indisputable proof that apples are
again ou their way to market is evi
denced by the wagon loads of boxes
that are being taken out of the city
aud the full oues that aro being
brought to towu. fjurly apples are
commencing to move and sales fur
many thousands of boxes of lute ones
save beeu brought to a successful is
sue or are being bargained for.
Apart from the sales of the Uuion
and the Davidsou company several or
oharists have disposed of their fruit
at good prices. While the Mewtowus
aud Spitzeubergs have brought a lug
price the cheaper varieties have not
suilered much if auy decrease iu com
parison with last year aud some grow
ers who live been iu communication
with Portlaud buyers for some time
have beeu told that tbey can dispose
of the Hood Kiver product ut about
the tame price as the l'.HJj crop.
K. if. Loomls, who has Deen bore
lepreseutiug the Him of E. P. Loom is
& Co., who contracted for the fruit of
the Apple Growers' Uuion, finished
signing up contracts with it Saturday
and Mouday, left fur his home in New
York oity. lie was much pleased Willi
is purchase and says if nothing hap
pens to prevent it he will be heie
again next year as a buyer of Hood
Another iNew lora mm is Known to
he in the market for local fruit but as
yet tbey have uot closed the deal.
Ihe firm is after Mewtowus aud bpitz
euhergs aud a few of the other high
priced varieties and 1ms been looking
for them both bete and ut Mosier. De
mands indicate that the Hood Kiver
crop will bo disposed of much earlier
thuu was at lirst tuougni uom ny mi
distaut aud louid buyeis.
Sesrs Si Porter have just dispose. 1
of 2r0 boxes of Kings, Wcalthiea and
Uraveusteius to 1), S. Yogdjoglou, a
wealthy fruit dealer of Vladivostok,
Siberia. These apples will be shipped
iiumeditoly by by way of Vauoouvei,
U. C, as Mi. Yogdjoglou says that
'en days will be saved in transit; uy
shipping them that way,, liefore tho
Kussiau Japanese war the l ogdjogioti
Bros, hud quite an extensive trade in
Oregon fiuit, but when that conflict
oame on thoir business was aiuiosi
ruined. Now, however, they have re-
ouperated and are in the market for
the best that cau lie Dougm. Apples
aud all truiis the represeutative of
this hrtn Bays have to be guarded
against cold with the utmost care af
ter reaching Vladivostok, as the
slightest exposure ruins them. As an
iustauoe of this Mr. Yogdjoglou says
that one shipment which they received
was so badly frozen after lie i ng expos
ed for 15 minutes while being unload
ed from the steamer that his firm lost
i'.!,lX0 on the.". He says that if it
were possible to tiansporc some oi tne
more dolloate varieties of pears grown
bore to Vladivostok he could obtain
as high as 50 oeuts apiece for them.
The Sunday Journal caught Mr.
Yogdjoglou iu Portlaud and obtained
a fao timilie of the label which his
drm uses on its fruit and which is
printed lu Kussiau. While we cau not
reproduce the out of the label below
will be found the article and a trans
lation of what is ou it:,
"Not alone have Oregon apples cap
tured the appetites of all parts of tho
United States, but Europe, Asia and
Africa have fallen into line lu their
demand for the best fruit that grows.
The recent rale by the Hood Kiver
Applegrowers' Union of its l!K)ti
crop of Hpitzeubeigs apples to a New
York firm arouud f:l a box the high
est price ever received for apples de
spite the fact that the woild's crop is
several times as heavy as it usually is
shows that Hood River apples can
not be beaten or equaled for quality
or pack lu any part of the world.
Just now Kussia Is paying consider
able attention to Oregon apples, there
being heavy sales of lute to Vludivos
tok uud other cities. D. S. Yogdjng
lou. oue of the membeis of the tlrin
of Yogdjoglou liroa., of Vladivostok,
has been iu the city for some time ar
ranging for heavy purchases of Ore
gon apples for shipment to his firm,
lie is at preseut at llood superintend
ing the lalieling of a large consign
ment. The firm's own labels are
wrapped around each apple, while the
packing is done iu the regulation
llood Kiver style the best in the
Tho Illustration above is the in
scription on the apple wraper uud
looks like an inscription from one of
tho pyramids. A litciul translation
gives the following :
American Apples Oregon ; exira
red. Specially prepared for business
house of Hrothers Angel, the house of
fruit sellers, Sweat street, Vladivos
tok.' Mr. Yogdjoglou will remain in this
oity for a mouth or so and will pin
ch use heavily of Oregon apples, pears,
vegetables and fruits, lie lias made
the W. H. (ilafke company of this oity
the firms American represeentutlve. "
It is said by close observers that
the high pi ices for apples agaiu this
year is having a slight tendency to
increase land values and that several
itiHtancos have come to their notice in
which laud that was iu the market
previous to the announcement of
pi ices, has withdrawn uud others where
the price has been iucieated.
Xolice lo Contractors.
For the construction of a bridge
across the West Fork of llood Kiver
near the Punch Howl, The stringers
and abutments to be constructed of the
standing timber in the vicinity. Work
must x- commenced within ten days of
date. Plans and siecitications fut
nished and bids received by J. H. Shoe
maker, Secretary of Hood Kiver Irriga
tion District. ad
Jiotlee to Property Owners.
All property owners In the city lirr
its are hereby notified to out down
aud remove all noxious weeds, this
tles, etc., from the street adjoining
their property, at once,
liy order of the Common Council.
Wui. danger, Marshal,