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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 27, 1906.
ill i rrw y p a. m a. a. j
IIOOH K1VKK (OMMKItOlAI-CUTB-MeeUi
evei y second Monday In each mouth at 8 u.
in., lb the Blub rooms over .lackaona more.
11. V. llAVllwoN.l'rwi.
A. It. Morc, Secretary.
himiIi Rl KK UuictK NO. 106. A. K. and A
M.-Meetx Huturday evening on or before
each full moon. A. H. hlowkhs, w. m.
I). McDonald, Secretary.
mi u w HiVKR H aPTF.R NO sn R. A. M
Meets ttrst una third Friday nights of each
month. u. mcdonalb, a. r.
A. 1). Mou, Secretary.
HOOD ltlVK.K CHAPTER NO. 35, t. E. ft.
MeH second and lourlli Tuesday evening
of each month. Visitors cordially welcomed.
MRS. T. J. KINNAIKD, W. JH.
Mas. Thkbrsa. C'AHTKisB,w.rtUry.
IDI.EW1LDK I.OIK4E NO. 107, f. O. O. C.-
Mee's In rraturiiai nan, every inuiiin)
night. H. 0. Cos, N. U.
J. K. Rkekk, 'Odwetarv
LKL'V L'KII'lMPMKVT NO ID. 1. O. O.. V.
lieitnlar meeting second and fourth Monday!
in eiu'n moiiiii. v.. wwit v. .
11 c. -mitu, Hcrlbe.
J.AI'KKI. KKIIKKAH DKUKKK !X)lKlENO.
M, I. O. ii. K.-Meet llrstand third Krlday
In each uioutli.
Mas. E. W. UliBLL, N. a,
11 lis Doha Thomson, HecreUiry.
WAUCOMA I.OlXjK NO. 30, K. OK P.-jkli-ets
In K. ol 1'. hall every Tuesday night,
'1 huh. F. Johnson, C. C.
V. U. ItKoi K. U.ol'R. and 8.
Hdim RIVER ('AMI', NO. 7,702, M. W. A.
Aleeti. In K. of P. hall every Wednesday
night. E. 8. MAVU, V. U.
C. LI. 1)A kin, Clerk.
HOOD 111 VER CIRCLE NO.K4, WOMEN OF
Woortcriill-Meelsat K. of P. hall on th
lliMHiiil Third Friday of each month.
Lou MoKbvnoldh, O. N,
F. W. McRrynolijs, Clerk.
HIVKKH1DK 1.0HUKNO. 118 A. O. U. W
liets flrst and third Baturdays of each
month. F. H. Blauo, M. W.
K. K. Bbadi.ky, Financier
C'IIKmtkk Siiutk. Recorder.
OLETA ASJSK.VIHLY NO. 103, UNITED ART-iMius.-MeelK
t lie Hrsl aud third Wednes
days, work: seooBd and fourth Wednesday!
An iritis' hail. U. W. Thompson, M. A.
r. i. H KNiu. u, Secretary.
COUliT ii' (ID RIVER NO. 42, FORESTERS
of An, i ,,, -Meets s,.ei,nd and fourth Mon
tluv in i h inoii'h lu K. ol P. hall.
Hkmkl'A F. Fours, C. R.
1' '. Hh, mil's, r. C.
r.saf Pi 1ST, '. Iti.O. A. R.-MEETS AT
A. n. II. V . IihI). second and lourtu Satur
iliiysol each month at 2 o'clock p. in. All
(I A. H. nini.heis im lied to meet with us.
s a. hkinnku, Coiuiiiandur.
THh.ii is lioss .Miiiinl.
riMlV W. K. I' No. Hi-MEETS SECOND
nii'l i uiih .'iii' i'iHi s ol each Mouth In A
O I'. . In, II ul -' . 111.
I-.i.i.i.n Iiloi'nt, President.
fix im Hi' in H. Imii iA iwcietary
MOUNTAIN llO.il 1. CAMP No. 3419, R. N. A.
.neeis at the K.ol P. Hull on the second and
foiirili Fridays ot caeli month.
MKS. L AKHIB HKOS1U8, O.
Mks. Ella Dakin, Recorder.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
'Jelcplii.nes: Ottlce, 1; residence, 811.
SIIKUEON O. R. & N. Co.
H. L. DUMBLE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON.
Successor to l)r. M. F. Shaw.
Calls promptly answer ;d In town or country,
Day or Night.
Telephone: Residence, till: OfHce,13.
Oltice in tlie Un mills Building.
E. O. DUTRO, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
(Mice mid Ki'sUlonce over First National
Hank, Hood River, Oregon.
Phone Main 871
DR. J. EDGINGTON,
Physician and Surgeon
Otlice over the First National bank.
Ottlce phone 1433. Res. phoue 70X1,
M. F. SHAW.BLD.
OHiee in Jackson Block.
Office phone, No. 1471. Residence, No. 593.
Jilt! M. 11. .SH AKI" 1)K. EUNA H. HllAHP
Graduates of the American School of
()steoith.v, Kirkuville, Mo.
Ollice and Utsidence Huxley Cottai',
Phone L'5 Houu Uivek.
p C. P.ROSIUS, M. I).
PHYfilClAN AND SURGKON
'Phone Central, or 121.
Olllcc Hours: 10 to 11 A. M.; 2 to 8
andfto7 P. M.
H. D. W. PINE0,D.D.S.
Ckown Hkiikik VVokk a Si-bcialty.
Ollice over Telephone
First National Bank Main 311
C. H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Telephone: Ollice 2S.'! ; residence 1045
Ollice over Butler Bank,
Hood Kivkk, Ohk.
M. E. WELCH,
I.IOK.NSEH VEIKRINAItY Sl'RGEO.N
Is prepared to do any work In the veterin
ary line. He etui be found by calling at or
ph. iiing to Clarke 8 drui store.
A. JAY'S K
Abr.tinct.1 Furnished. Money Loaned. .
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
E. H. HARTWIG,
Will I'nii tlce 111 AllConrta.
Office wirh eo. I), fnlbertaon A Co. Col
tpr tlon, Ahtrct, Hettlenient of Kutatea.
HOOD KIVKK. OKK'. iN.
SENECA F. FOUTS
Attorney at Law
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
A. J. DERBY
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
JOHN' LKLAND HENDERSON
ATTOltNEY-AT-I.AW, AltSTKVTER. NO
TARY I'fBI.U'anil KKAL
InSSf &d maSy ,r7TSrt "S ! 1 m a",n'd Pr'PrMl ' kind,
RpK,if m.tien uabstor amrnor of Hrsi-clas. lan Brveyln. Accuimey (tusr
tml n? Snt MsNufactloniuarteed or anf1- I"" ho nrst-clas. work dime
J? .. (Satisfaction guaranteea or address R, K. l. i.. Hood River. Fhone Suit.
Our List of Bargains
in real t'statt will
J. 11. Heilbronner
Fruit Lands, Real Estate and Insurance
Ground Hoor new Davidson Bldtr.
HOOD RIVFRand PORTI.DND, ORB.
Hood River Studio
We have the hitcul In inminls and cmi en
lar((e your Phottw In Crayon, IMallnoitl or
Hepla. Hatisfttdlon 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 Plata
Treatment of diseased teeth and giinia.
Oflice Brosius Building. fliune nus,
WOOD FOB SALE.
i 1 gin ire,aied to furnish mill and alal'
I wood, also other kinds of wood.
! I have a new steam wood Raw aud am
oreparcd to do pawing. Alao do general
H. SBYHOUR HALL,
FASTANI4IY, K. L.8HITB, E.O.BI.ANCHAR
Pre. Vlce-Pnw. Cashier,
V. C. Brih-K, Asst. ('Bshier.
The First National Bank
OF HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Capital $5M00 Surplus, (12,000,
P. IS. HALL-LEWIS & CO.
Civil and Architectural 'J
Engineers nd Surveyors
Mak.iurvevi. nlan.and etlmatH for sew
er. Ileht and mwer and railway Dlanta. and
furnish, autiject U approval, plana, upecittca-
iMina aua eiitiinates ior an clause oi uuiuunKs
public, private and mercantile. Hpeclal at
Untion kIvju to aninoiuio and slow-burning
construction, Accuracy and economy guar
HOOD RIVtft, OREGON.
STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
tttMM EtTIMATW Itiniin,
FREDERICK A. ARNOLD,
BatlaiatM iDrnlihad oa all klndi of work
PVinnos- Aniola, Main B.
SIMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
Itacoratlve Painting and Paper Hanging
Plana furnished. Estimates care
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
E. A. JEROME,
Havinif liad several years' experience In
drHflliiK and building. I would respectfully
solicit a part of the patroniiire ol'the people ot
Hood River who anticipate bulldinif. Terms
rea.n:tble, a id satisfaction guaranteed, ol
tlce at residence on Heights.
CARPENTER AND HUILDEH
Figures nud ectiniates furnished on
all kinds of huilding aud contracting.
of Mc.Miunvillc. Uicgo::, will intmre your
propeityat W) r cent lens cost than
any other ins.ilntion.
('. P. KOvS, Special Agent,
Hood Klver, Oregon
Timber and Homestead
I have for location some choice apple lands
and tlniuer claims; also rellniiiilHlunents and
land to script. Call on or address,
Wm. f. rand,
Res. Phone 376. Hood River. Ore.
Shepard & Franz
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Are in correspondence with all parts of
the I'nited rS ates and are in good poRi-
tinn 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, monunients,
Also contract for all kinds
of stone masonrycon
McEWEN & KOSKEY
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Prompt sales and quick returns;
Wholesale dealers in all kind- of Kirpt
and Produce. Consignments solicit' d
129 Front Sttree, Portland, Ore.
Eureka Meat Market
McUUIBE BROS., Props.
Dealers in Fresh and Cured .Meats, Lard
Poultry, F'ruits and Vegetables.
f nee Delivery. Phone Main 85.
J. A. TILLMANY
MT. HOOD HOTE,
Cider, Champagne Cider, Genuine
Champagne, Vinegar, Wines
from grapes and i-niall fro. Is Ak-ohol
from cereals, veicelaldes, plants, fiuits
and wood and valuable recipes. Send
$1 for book giving practical information
how to make them. I.K.O ZAl'KL,
P. O. Box m, Portland, Ore
Hriitlil yntinf men and women of mxid sisnd
intf to p'repsre lor busliirss i-osition. us siemi
urapliers, tHHikkeewrs, mid telrarapli oiwrii
liirsat kishI salaries. Write tn.luy f.,r fr.
306 12(K St., Oakland, Cal.
The largest and brat aqulpped school of tnml
neas tralnliiK, Hliorllianil, T eTltliiK, Morse
Teiearatliy, t'lvll, fcileclrlcal, Mechanical unit
MlniiiK Kii(tlneerlna;, Meclmnical and Archi
tectural drawli-a west of New York.
-iNote) Young men and women of this
vicinity should not lull to w rite ror catalogue,
stating what course they prefer.
NOTICE FOR Pl'HUCATlON.
United States lnd Olllcc. The Dalles, drc-
fon, Aug. 10, 1H0K. Notice Is hereby given liisi
n coiniiliauce with the provisions ul Hie act
ot t'oiixress of June 3, Is;s, tiuiilcd "An ad
lor the sale of limber lands In the stairs ol
t'alllmnla, Oregon, Nevada, and WnshiiiKlmi
Territory," as extended to nil the Public l.nnd
htuicH by act ot August 1, Im'.',
I'AUI. M. II A I.I. 1KH IS,
of Htsid River, count; of Wasco, sluleoi uie-
gull, I1IIS this uay llieu ill in,.-, ,mh,-.,- i,n ii
statement No. .W9, for the puri-liasc of llic
HK'.S ii and NK'.SW'-.ot seel urn -a. town.
ship 1 north range lu e . M.,sud Mill oiler
pnSIIIOSOOW IHSI, llin ,'uix ,.kmi in
valiiahle lor the timber ur slone ini icun iliiiu
for agricultural purMisi s. mul lu csialilKh
his claim to said land hi lore the Kcgisier mid
Kecelver, at tlie I. and Ollic In The I'lillcs, Ore,
on Nuvcinbi r 'Si, Iwin.
lie names as witnesses Wll ihmi I'. Itmid,
I I.' M. 1 M ll.ilhtmiin.- A .1 llt'i-h,
all of IliMid Klver, Oregon.
Any and all jwrsons claiming adversely
anyol the above-described iauils are rcquesi
ed to tile their claims in litis ollice on or he
lore the said hl day ol Novenilicr, imm.
mil n'-i' .u. A.',
NOTICK FOB YViWM 'ATIOX
United HUte Land OiWcv, Tin- Dulles, Ore,
Ansr 'JU. lUUtt. NotUw t hereby livcii tlmt in
cninpliHiitf with the provisions ii the Hi t of
OmKrenH o( June S, 1H7K, enlitietl "An art tor
theKHle ()l timber lands In tlie siaieH ol t all-
fornlu, Orenon, NevHua, aim wu.siin.Kion ier-
rltory," at extended to all tin) rutiiie i.und
NiHt4i, by act of Auku1 4. l's"-. the ioIUiwiiik
named oermmn have on April unM, tlletl In
thlBotlh'e their nworn MUiiements, to-wit :
MAUUK A. KAIKIUNKH.
of Seattle, county of Kim, in the stule of
YvtodilnKtoD, '.torn siaH'ineni iso. yw'i, iir
th niiH'hase ot'theHbiVi ot wcllon ."(."i, luwn-
Hhip 1 north, runoUeHHt W. M.
CHAKiiKH J. KA IK HANKS
of Heuttle, county ot K Injur, stale of Washing
ton, nwoiu HiaieHii-nt .VI, 4 , ItH Ull' MII-
clnuw f the WySh:'4, NK'.jSK', .set'itou . ,
unit N W'4S Wl4 M-ehuii ;, low n-.hip 1, mil 1 1.
ranseHe., W. M .
I hut they will otler proot to sliow tlml I he
landN houkIiI are tnore valiiahle tor the
timherand Hlone thereon Limn lot ai irtil.untl
purposes, and to eslalilisn tiietr cUihin to
Malu IhikIh before the KeuiMer ami Kmivii ,
tit tlie land otlle, In The Indies, Oregon, on
November ti, l'JOti.
They name the followliiK wllneswes: NiUc.
OInod, of Portland, Ore.m, .Mamie A l ulr
hankHHiid C'huiieB J. 1'uli'bunk, of Sfaltle,
Any and all persons -l thuim; adversrly
hiiy of the aoove dewrltietl uml me reijuentd
to tile their elulniM lit this ollice on or htrfurt
said t.th day of November, ,mN.
wi-nS MICHAEL T. WohAN, UeKtHier.
In the Circuit Court of the Htate of Oregon, fer
Kinma Kobinnon, liaiutlll,
ChttR. O. It, KobltiKon, Deremlan' ,
To Chan. O, ii. obiiiMHi, defendant above
In thenameof the Rtate of Oregon, you re
hereby reijuired to appear and answer the
complaint tiled uiiIuhI you In the above en
titled cause on or bt fore the expiration oi six
weeks alter the dale ot the first publication
of this KiimmoiiH, hk hereinafter staled, and
In case you fail to so Ripper and answer sutd
Complaint, the pluimill" will apply to the
court lor the relief prayed for m her com
plaint, nmni'ly : tor a det-ree of the court dis
HolviiiR the marriage contract between the
pialutitraml dcfendiiut and grantimf to the
pU.intltl'thecare and eusiody ot the minor
child of plaint ill mid deiendunt.
This summons is served upon you by pub
lication thereof lor six wecka In the llood
Klver Wlueier, by order of tlie court made on
the it day ot NptembT, liKdi, and you are
required by sattl order of the court, to appeal
mul answer the plaint ill "a complaint on or lie
lore six weeks from the date of the first pub
lication, which dale is the til h day of Hepteni
ber, hum. W. M. WIlXtiN,
HiLoiK Attorney for riaintltl.
NOTICK OK KIN A I. SKTTLKMENT
In the mutterol theesialcnf Harvey J. K r
Notice is hereby Kiven Mint the underltfned
has tiled hlstlnul report and account as ad
ministrator of the estate of Harvey J. Bry
kett deceased, and that Hie county court ol
the Htate of Oregon , tor Waaco con my, lias
appotnU d Monday, the fit h day of November,
liKMi, at the hour of ten oclock a. in. of said
day as the time, an. I the county court room
in tlie county court house In Dulles city,
Whsco county, oivkmii, as the place for the
bearlmi of said final report. All persons hav
Ihk objections t" said report are hereby no
tilled to be present at said time and place and
present such ohec.tloiiK, ifany there be.
liated tilts iltli day ol Menlpnibt-r, IWHI.
K. O. IlLAM IIAlt,
ADM IN l.STKATOK'H NOTICK
The undersiirned lias tiled his final account
with the County Court, for Wasco county,
Oregon, In the n utter of the estate of DuvMl
Wishart, deeeased, and notice la hereby Kiven
to all persons interested In aald esiute Urn I
the court has appointed .Moiida , Octotier d,
lHi. at i o'clock, at tlie court house at I'he
Dalles, tlngon, as the time and place lor
liearlhK objection to mild final account and
lor the setl'lement thereof. S. 11. HKSS,
Ad mln 1st tutor of the estate of Ihivld Wisliart,
A DM I N IWTKATOK'H NO TICK
Notice Is hereby Klvcn (hat the undersMied
has been, by order of the Honorable County
Court, of the stale of Oregon fur Wasco county,
appointed administrator of the estate of Chun,
liusey, deceased, and all persons ba Ing
claims against said estate are hereby notiib-d
to preaenl tlie same to me at the Little White
Hlore at ((dell, or the ollice of Jayne v Derby
in Hood Kiver, Oregon, properly verilleil.
within six months after the date of the first
puhieatiou ol tills notice.
KOHWKI.L Hll KDI.KV,
AluiinlHtrator of the KstaLe of ( has, M.
Dated Sept. Kith, imni m.Mh
For HaleOne U-am of tiorwM, weight 1 100
pounds each, well broken, atngle or double,
y and U years old. jood harness and :t'4
Rain wag'ni, wide tires, with ruck. Trice 8;o.
Terms. Will tHke two or three umm1 milch
cows hh part payment. Write to or Inquire of
C. W . .'carbons, cascaae Locus, ore. jir
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
A variety of pxal resiilidice property
ty at priees anil ternis to suit.
$i,(hki, r.ii'.o, ti,:iiHi, n'm, f i ,rixi'
f !,7'i0, $I,MIHI or any prict: you want.
;..,..( 1.,,1'Cl li.r k.MN NH kIHI SH.UI
Two-store lioiisi; near llign senooi ior
Several ""l ref iilenrej close to busi
ness for sale cheap.
Fine two-story reHiilcnce with two
lots, choice location, only I'.'.'MX).
New two-story house, eix rooms be
anies pantry anil bath, ouly $!"K).
Whole hlockw nd acreage property for
sale on easy terms.
Finest resilience lots in the city cheap,
Larue list lo select from, incluilina
, i . i i i if . , ..
toou orciiant mini aim lano noperi;.
Come anil soe us.
Onthank 6i Otten
WORK FOR FAIR
MONEY IS SUBSCRIBED LIBERALLY
Streets Iteliiir Put lii Mihm ami ('tun-
mi I tee I rircs Thai liesiilnitls Help
by Dec T.iti"!!- I lii'ir Ilouies,
Tlie work ol I'HinK thiiiKs in con
dition for the I in it fair is stemlily
proKressiiiK ituil I he (Hiuiuuttees up
puiutoil lor ho ,u ions pin ptihcs in
cuiinectliin with tl.e onIiiIiiI ioii lire
tuoetiu ll li tiit'cc.-.i. Ihe ciiiuiiiitlei'
Hppoillteil I I bOlil'it. MltlM'l iptinllH to
insui'H th' i potii-n ot Kit ing the lull
ti I'll lltiiiin iniii'chiiuts mul liu.HUieso
men ruail., anil ui.Ihiu In siili..ciiiii.
anil H grciit deal of mlem.-l i Inn
miiiiifested everywhero in the cilyuml
valley in the cumiiiK exhil it.
Workmen have been eiiK 'Ked fur tlie
past tow days in puLlliiK the slieetc
lii a better cuintit u.t and in lemming
trees that were uii'litly or an oil
strtiction to trulllc. the exefittin
ooininittee of the fuir iiftniduli.oii i
anxious that every ellort ho made It,
have the city put on it gala npieaniiice
dut'iiiK the dijs ol the exhiliiliun urn
suKeat that houses lie decorated "it I.
biinliiin aud the streets lined with
small lit' trees. They would like to
have every hiisints place and houne
show some indication that the fair U
beitiK held at Hood Kiver so tt. tit vis
itors here at that time will Ki away
with a pleasant impression of the
Kieut interest taken here in tho itnv-
ink of ft int.
The exhibition huildiiiK' will he si
much larger this yeiti than ever hetoie
that it will allow of a dixplay of IHi
Do.xes of ii'iiit ami do away with innM
of the plate exhihils, which it I. u
heretofoie been uece.-saiy to make mt
tu luck of room.
I'll i leal ii to it is thought ill main
the fair far more ulliumn aud helti i
than it has ever heisi nud ive a Im
belter idea of the lire quality anil
i ,.;iitity ot Uie ,n. it.
,i a merlin . til tun rxeculiie com
mi. .to ol li," 1 ..it" .i -.-tu' la! Iii le-i'i
.il'i idny, i it' AH.. iilii ted Ini' iii'cet-Mi
fy i 1 tu ii d 1 1 1 1 iVm lii ciiniei'l io;i ivilh ii
us h.llii ah :
I'ouiniiUco on pie.iiiuiiis cdtiil.
Decoiallou of liuildiugs j.,'ili.
Hood Ulcer baud, day and evening
for three days fH-o.
1 tuiHporUl iou 1.V1U.
i'linployes and i.inliL wati'hioau
about t)ti i lii i nt t'Xt.
KuLertiiiniiieiit committee t-Ui0,
1 inudelllal expenses Soil.
Air. turnery, of th Hood iiivei
Cider and Vinegar lacloiy. has in
formed the enn, milieu that, if tin
growers will furnish apples the cidei
company will provide cider for pa
trons of the lair, free of charge and
they ask growers to son that Uie ap
ples ate foi'thcomiiih',
While Salmon and Monici ate pro
paring line displays fot the fair and
tile former will hold an exhibit, of iU
products at that place October lilh,
after which it will hiiiiK it lo lluoil
Kiver to bo placed on exhibition.
The uommillee on transportation
report tu..L they have already rereiied
assurances trom the U. li. ,V N, ul n
reduced fare from points alone iU
line as far east as I'endletuu and west
to 1'otllaiid. it has ulo Hiiullcd itc
w ill i li l; n csri to make a cheap rate in
conjunction with the iSoulhei n l'acillc
truin Willamette points as tar away as
Salem. Tho committee is now maaiiiK
an ellort to have the railroad coinpa
ny sell tickets to passeiiet'H koiiih
through llood Iiivei during the ,,diiys
of the fait on Uie local iv it li t he U'iv
ilOLio ot t-loppu.L' oter here until I lie
departure ot ,u. This will ive in
teiidiiig visitoiH about an hour in
which lo viija llio X r 1 1 1 1 1 L without
placing them at any inconvenience,
They dill stei oil' the lialll ai..i -l in
to the door ol the tan1 biiildni ami
stayuntil they hour tlie approach ol
the train. 'Ihe lailioad company is
not reatfy jinl at presniii to aniioniice
tho rale fur Uie fall, hut it is expect
ed that it will do ho in a low da vs. It
is hoped that it will also be possible
to secure a special late tioni I'oillaml
anil ret urn tor one day that w ill be so
reasonable as to atlract ninny who
would nut otherwise come and that
railtoad company will make if an ex
cursion nil u I r.
Tito call for the meeting of the State
Irrigation association which talus
plac ull tlie III ist two days of the fait
has been issued aud a programme pro
vided forthe occasion, (lie inert inj.'
will he held at the Opera House Oelo
her llth and I'-1 hand is expected to
he well attended. The building will
be decoiated ami put in shape for the
irriKationists and they will be enter
tamed at the hotels ami homos of res
blunts who are in a position tu hav
New Method el racking Apples.
Manager Sliopaid has issued in
struct loons to apppl. ; -roni'is ami
packers this week in which he ex
plains u new method that is beiini;
put in operation which he thinks will
prove the bust that has yet been de
vised. The instructions are as tol
Jowb: All apples will he wrapped this
year, boxes lined, layer paper be
tween layers anil on top and bottom.
Printed wranners will he used on ton
and bottom l yera,' plain paper for
the middle layers; therefore, order
half printed wrappers and half luiu
wrappers. Usiiitf printed wrappers
this year will only add to roe fourths
of a cent per box.
The ciup packs out in general one
half ill Oregon boxes ami one hall in
California boxes. We would siirst
in a Keuerul way ordering half of ouch
size, and paper the same way.
Mr. (Jeoruo I. Marai-nt, late from
California, who has charge ot a li ur
hundred acre orchard there, i Usin
the nygtem of sorting apples adopted
in California canneries. Urielly, he
cuts three circular noloa in it board,
'2'4 indie, H inches, and :i'4 inches in
diameter, which he lianas up in front
of the sorter. This being just in front
of the eye and within reach of hand,
I Oh tiles the wipet, wu'U wipinu and
pnrtitiK, to quickly see or determine
the size of the apple, tun it Is aceui'd
iiiKly placed in a ii, ll1..., 4 or f'a tier
box. It is just us quick to pi tee each
apple in the proper box ai it is tu put
them all in oo box. All apples less
than 2 inch hole i(o in V., aud 5 tier
The crcat mlvanttiKe of this system
is that your packers can pack direct
ly from the box, or if placed on pack
ing table you. avoid having all sizes
on pt once, wulcli means, as you
know, a Hhole lot of awiug over and
bruising mere or less, which must
necessary ily ultect the value of apples
in the market. The less bruising we
hate the mote out apphs will bring,
consequently the more buyers will be
willing to pay us in future.
.Mr. Sargent says it costs no more
to suit in this way than when putting
all sizes in one box,
Tlie cievv of lour liotv packing say
it is the sih'kesl aud best system they
ever saw. They packed out two hun
dred and eighty boxej the II 1st day.
We would liuo to see tlie growers
try tli's, hcccatise we believe it will
enablee us to pack tho Clop a great
deal easier ami quicker, A Uu we be
llete this system will eliminate so
much iinuei'i ssaiy bruising caused bv
pawing over a lot of dilfereut sized
applet! that our crop bundled by this
system will bring us more money.
If j on do not thoroughly under
stand it, call at Ihe ollice tor cxplana
(itowers are requested to wipe their
apples ami put nothing on (lie pack
ing lulile but what Is absolutely A 1
stock. Above all tUings, be sine and
.11 out. all apples showing scale or
fungus, tor the reason that either one
it those diseases would cause a cat to
he rejected or turned down by an in
spector quicker than anything else.
r aney prices have been realized thh
year and wo must ''make good" by
tilting up fancy apples. This will
insure us fancy priees next year. We
nust maintain our reputation. If we
lo tiot we can not expect high prices.
I'oiTuncN In bail) lag.
That the coiv is the last ot money
makers tor t ho farmer is thesseilion
if K. 0. I.ldiidge, ol Independence,
lwner ol c i eu merles at Independence,
Dayton, ,)t Unison, Kugene ami June
ion ( lly, and one of the largest buy
irs ni ci'i ain i i the illmello utllcy.
"A largo ii. ii L ol the prosperity ol
i. lit W illamelle Millev has come troll
nihil co, vs. liuiiying heats wheal
raising out ot sigh,. And three 01
mil' years of dairying on wheat luuu
ull double the wheat growing capaoi-
ties of the soil. A number of farmers
n Toll, m e raising mure than IUI hush-I-
ol wh at lo an acre on such hind,
,hiih t-eiet 1 yuais ago would mil
prouoce mure than 1- or I.) bushels.
"A fai'hieici with, say nil cows, al
though Dial's a ptetty large livid, and
with hogs and chickens as accessories,
can make money more than do many
of the "onntry hanks that is, if he
Use.- biailis as well lis hands. It's li
bonanza for him, sure enough. Farm
ers are fast coming into realization of
this; in tact, many of them realize it
already. Ihiiry products can always
Hud a market without hunting for it,
it high prices, lint dairying ret pi ires
coiisiaiil and (dose atleiilion every
day in t he year, and for this reason
s uiio tannins are unwilling l.) take up
"Dairying has enabled puiuy a
farmer to clear himself of debt aud
store up a bank iiccoiinl. One man of
my acquaintance, who, six years ago,
owned ltd acres of land and was in
debt, by going into the dairying bus
iness paid his debt, bought 70 acres
more for $.l,N'iti, ami has paid $2,.ri(Kl
of this pi' icii alieady. The uther day
tie sold II ii months old hogs for $1117.
Another farmer, with II acres, last
January sold I i 1. 1 worth ot egga and
tfoi worth of butter fat. Ho lias 000
chickens and hall a dozen cows. All
ot her, who, four years ago, had to
borrow money lo buy a cow, now has
money to lend, and 1 kuow of his
having loaned tfiidu. Telolgraui.
Ii ilinn lliihy Itiii n In Hup Vartl.
Conrad Krebs ailvortHes marriages,
dance.-, wrestling matches, boxing
contests, etc., ns altractioiiH for his
nop yard , Iml liemge liose is the only
one that can pull oil Indian bilths.
the liint birth for the season occurred
at, just -1 o'clock yeilerday morning.
I!, was Iml y la y, horn to the wife of
loin JiKkson. loin Jackson is tlm
iniss Indian nl Ihn luise yard and is
extremely proud of his new hoy. He
is undecided tvlinlhei to name the
young pride of the hop yard in honor
ot (ieorge liose or Frank Flukes, Mr.
liose h inaui'ger. As the youngster
is considered tlie Koid ami Hiinllowei
of tho yard, li : will likely have the
nuincsnkp.--We.il Side Fntei prise.
lirratl, fakes anil ('ankles.
T'ried cakes ami cookies, and bread,
white mul brown,
That can be excelled nowhere in
on will Hi 1 1 1 next, Saturday at Wood
A Smil h liroH. ul ore,
And when you have eaten them,
you wilt wish you had more,
lie coining lo buy you will help very
The Ijinlies' Alliance of the Unitar
W ill Mrct at The Ihilles.
I he h'i on Wool (itowers' associa
lion, which held its annual hireling
this vi-ar at ( tindon, decided upon
Ihe Dalles as the place lor Its next
annual meeting, which will be held on
the second Tuesday of Novemboi '.K)7
The Wool (irowers associtition met
at The Dalles eight years ago and crn
ducted one of tho most successful
meetings it has ever known.
Starvim; In Heath
l'.erause her stomach w as so weakein
bv Useless drugging that she could not
cut, Mrs. Maiy II. Waiters, of St. Clair
street, Coliimhil-, iinio., was literally
starving to death. She writes : My
stoiinuii was so weak from useless
drugs that I i id not eat, and my
nerves so wt akened Bl hat, 1 could not
sleep; and not hi lure I wasciven up to
die was 1 indiH'i'l to trv Klectric Hitlers
ith the wonder
Inent bewail al
earth, .".he. i
CI. like, dini.".d-l
suit that iniproM-
oi.ee, and a complete
health tome on
otranleed by Cluis. N.
A bath i iean
I he skin and rids
A hath makes for
collide of the body
! poles ol relll-e.
onlv should tin
'clcaiin d, bid on a-ioiial use of a hixa
Itiveor cithartie oK-i.8 the bowels and
rleni's I lie sv-t. ni i I t i'.ete matter, iiest
I for this lU'e I' 'A ."'s l.it'le l arly liisers.
j rieii'ant lit'le pie- Unit do mt gripe or
I sicken. Sold bv W illiams Pharmacy.
LOOMIS' MESSAGE FROM NEW YORK
Tells About Ilia Trip to llood Klver
anil of Fine Apples and Sclcntlllc
Metlieils of (.rowing Tlirin.
K 1'. Lootnis, who returned to New
fork recently, after having been at
Hood Kiver and other places where
apples re growu, in the interest of
the llrni of I.. 1'. Lootuls A Co., with
whom he is connected in an interview
in the Fruit Trade Journal and Pro
.luce liecotd, says seme voty nice
things about llood litter anil its tip
ples. Tho interview is as follow:
The crop of fancy Spit.enberga ami
Newlowns generally through Washing
ton aud Oregon, will be not laiger
than it was last year. There isaenn
siderable crop of lieu Davis the bulk
of which will lie sold on western mar
kets, and some contracts have already
been made for shipments to go to
China and Japan. 'I hey w ill probably
ho bought around 40 cents u box.
There are cert inn sections in lath
Oregon and Washington where Ihe
heat has been very intense, all the
way from 10," to 108 tiegreeti Fahr. In
these sections also there has bi eu
shortge of water. These conditions
will make the stock from those sec
tions ot very short keeping quality,
and it anything, undersized. There
are occasioully in Oregon ;and Wash
ington some particulary favored val
leys, watered by mountain streams,
where the fruit has developed wonder
fully and tho pack out of such valleys
will be more laucy than ever. Of
these most favored localities, (he
llood Kiver valley haa enjoyed the
most favorable conditions. Situated
on the slopes ot Mount llood, aud
watered by the constant sti earns that
llow from that perpetually mow cov
ered mountain, the orchards of li e
llood Kiver valley have all the water
Ihey need and also enjoy the care ai d
cultivation of the most cxpeit ap le
giowem it has ever been myploasce
There you have lTill to 200 growers
who ate among the most Intelligent,
well posted, hardest working growers
of apple' in this country today. They
have made a study of the culture of
apples for the last Ufteeu to twenty
years, and the little valley of llotil
Kiver today, without doubt, grows
the fanciest apples that are grown in
llio world. 'The life of their apples,
on account of the tine climate, perfect
cultivation, thinning, spraying and
pinning, is longer than I ho same va-
leties from any other tectums by
three to four mouths, aud on account,
of their perfect quulity, large size ami
color, tlie llood Kiver apples will al
ways stand on their own merits and
he bought at prices dependent on the
quantity aud quality ot their crop
and other similar crops in Oregon
and Washington 'rathui than on the
siz.e of the apple crop generally
through the United States.
Tito llood Kiver Apple (Irowers'
uniou, which today controls 'JO per
cent ot the entire output ot tho valley,
is oue ot the strongest and ablest
bodies of men that we have ever done
business with. Their boaid of direc
tors are author ities on the growing,
jacking aud shipping of fruit, and
are as fair minded, straight business
man as one would ever wish to meet,
ihey realize that the reputation they
enjoy all over this country and also
Kngland for the highest quality of
Spltzeuberga and Mewtowns has beeu
obtained, first, by the care aud ener
gy on the pait of their members lu
the cultivation of their orchids and
in the growing of perfect fruit; and,
second. and what is just as import
ant by the perfect grading and pack
ing of their fruit, they Dave clone
awav with pack nil by the individual
growers, and all apples marketed by
the union mutt lie packed by tlie un
ion's packets acccordiug to rigid
ulos, the grading being made as to
size aud color aud freedom from
vorniB and other blemishes. ihey
have such a complete system of pick
ing, packing, grading aud shipping
that a box of their fruit, on which is
their label aud the contents of which
is wrapped in their printed wrappers,
is. practicall guaranty to contain
perfect fruit from top to bottom of
The value of tlie union to the grow
ers of llood Kiver cannot be exagger-
iited. Without the union the packing
of each different orchard would d lifer
as their owners differ. Competition
between them would set In, aud as no
grower likes to sell his fruit for lose
than his neighbor gets, a buyer.would
have to have the price of the whole
governed by the value of tbe poorest
orchard and grade snd pack From
my own stand point as a buyer, 1 be
lieve that I could buy cheaper if eacli
individual glower bad the selling of
his own crop. When, however, 1 ap
preciate the value of having oue per
fect pack, such as only a m ion man
agod properly could put out, I believe
that tho higher price which the uniou
is able to get by their combination,
is more than oil set by the extra qua)
ity. Ceati inly too mucho rodit can
not bo given to the union for their
influence in encouraging the perfect
growing Spitzeubergs and Newtowns.
i he indirect iulliieuce of the union's
work is seen in tho veiy high prices
of real estate and orchard laud
throughout tho Hood Kiver valley,
many orchards being worth today
from 1,000 to tfl.TiUO au acie.
lioth the board of directors of the
llood Kiver Apple (irowers' union
and the members appreciate thor
oughly that they must maintain the
high standard of packing; that their
boxej must bo true to count aud be
tight packed, and that the color ami
l.uality generally must be superior to
any other apple section ill order to
maintain the high prices Jwhich tbey
aio enjoying. .
On account of the high reputation
of tho quality of the apple shipped
by the llood Kiver Apple Growers
union, there has been some ttempt
in the past to put on boxes ol applt s
growu in other sections of Oregon a
label which is intended to stiggei t
that tho apples were grown in the
llood Kiver valley.
The varieties grown by the uniou
are Sidtzenliergs. Arkansas lilac ks,
lewtowns, Ked Cheeks and Ortleys,