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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, OCTOBER 18, 1906.
HOOD RIVKK COMMKivCIAbOIAlB Meeta
every wcond Monday In earn month Hi I p.
in.. In the club rooms over Jackson's store.
H. UAVinauH, Pres.
A, D. Mors, Secretary. '
HOOD KlVKR IatDOIS HO. 105, A. F. and A.
M. Meet Haturday evening on oroenwe
each flill moon. A. 8. Hlowkks, W. M.
1). McDon AbO, Secretary.
HOOD KIVER CH ArTKK NO. . R. A. M.
Meets first and third Friday nights of eaca
month. I). McDonald, H. V.
A. D. Mor, Secretary.
HOOP RIVEK CHAPTER NO. , O. E. 8 -MeeU
second und fourth Tuesday evening
oleach month. Visitors cordially welcomed.
Mas. T. J. Kinn AIRD, W. M.
Mag. IHkrbsa CATKB,Wecrstary.
UJUOWII-HE I.ODOKNO. 107, I. O. O.
Meet lu Fraternal hall, every Thursday
,Vhl. H. 0. Coa, N. U.
J. K. Reehk, Secretary
EDEN ENOAMPM EST, NO. 48, l.O. O.
ttegnlar meeting second and fourth Mondays
or each niont h. H . C. Cook, C r .
11 c. kmith, Bcrlbe.
LAUHJSL REHEKAH DEGREE DODUK NO.
Si, IO. O. K.-fteeU Hist and third Fridayt
, In each month. o
1 Mlfs. E. W. Udbia, N. G.
Mas. Doba Thomson. Secretary.
ii'inmiii i oiinK So. an. K. OF P.
n ,.,.1., in K. ol P. hall every Tuesday night
Thus. F. Johnson, C. C
V. P. Bitot a, K.of R. and 8.
HOOD RIVER CA$V, NO. 7,70, M. V. A.
Aleets lu K. of P. hall every Wednesday
nlKhl. E.HcMaykb, V.O.
C. U. DAKIN, Clerk.
HOOD KIVKKl IKC.LK NO. 524, WOMEN OK
u-noricnift-Meetsat K. of P. hall on the
first and Third Fridays of each month.
l.ou McKbynolim, U. N,
F. W. Mt'RKVNOi.lis, Clerk.
miLi,L,ll,L IMllllh'Nn liS A. O. U. W.'
M..,.i- nriJ liml third Saturdays of each
,,. K. 11. Hl.AOU.M
E. R. HHAOi.KY, Financier
CH khtkk HHUTK, Recorder. .-
OUST A ASSEMBLY NO. 103. UNITED ART-lkans.-MeetlhetlrNt
and third Wednes
dy, work: second and fourth Wednesdays
Artlwtns' hall. ii. W. IHoMreoK
C. b. ilENUUH.KeiTelary.
, M. A.
COURT UOOD KIVER NO. 42, ORKHTER8
ol Auiericu.-Meels second and fourth Mou-
dsyn in each mouth In K.oi r. nan.
hENkt'A F. toura, C. R.
F. C. liuostus, F. C.
ciNHV I'osT. NO. 16.U. A. R. MEETts AT
A o U. W. hull, second ami lourth Satur
,...i, .,,n, i ii.viii'k d. m. All
O. A. R. members invited to meet with us.
S. A. SK1NNKB, Wiuiuttouw
Thouah Ooss, Adjutant.
CAN BY W. K. C, No. 16-MEETH HECOND
and fourth Saturdays of each Mouth In A.
O. U. w . nan ai i p. in.
Eli.bn Blount, President.
Okhtkuub H. InuLks, Secretary
r . i m unvi k. I'AM M No. 34U9. R. N. A.
Mivin at the K. of P. Hall on the second and
fourth Fridays ol each month.
Mas. Ella Dakin, lUorder.
J. F. WATT, II. D.
rilYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
'J'eleptiones: Oftlce, 281; residence, 811.
SURGEON O. R. AN. Co.
H. L. DTJMBLE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Successor to Dr. M. F. Shaw.
Calls promptly answer id in town or country,
Day or Night.
Telephones: Residence, (ill: Office, 813.
Oltlce lu the Jiroaius Building.
E. 0. DUTR0, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office and Residence over First National
Bunk, Hood River, Oregon.
Phone Main 871
DR. J EDGINGTON,"
Physician and Surgeon
Ollice over the Firut National bank.
Oftlce phone 14.13. Res. phone 7CX1,
XL. F. SHAW, m7d.
Ollice in Jackson Block.
Offlce phone, No. 1471. Residence, No. 5a.
UK. M. H. HUAHV 1R. KDll A B. HUAKP
Graduates of the American School of
Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo.
Ollice and Kepidunce Huxley Cottage,
Phone 25 MD Rivbk.
jpc7BROSIUS, M. D.
PHYSICIAN' AND SURGEON
'1'hone Central, or 121.
m Honrs: 10 to 11 A, M.l 2
aDU D LO I . 1U.
H. D. W. PINEO.D.D.S.
Ckown Hkiikie Work a Sfeciawy.
First National Bank
C. H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Telephones : Ollice 2K3 ; residence 1045
Ollice over Butler Bunk,
Hoim Rivkr, Ohk.
M. E. WELCH,
M0EXSEI) VETERINARY SURGEON
i. orrt to do anv work In the veterin
ary line He can be found by calling at or
ph -nlng to Clarke s drug store-
Ahst'racts Furnished. Money I-oaned
MOOD RIVER, OREGON.
" E. H. HAflTWIG,
Will I'ortice in All fourta.
Offlce wlrh (Jeo. D. Ciilbertnon AID.
lections, Abstract. Hettleiueni of bMu.
B(X)l KIVKK. OKK-ih.
SENECA F. FOUTS
Attorney at Law
Brosins Building 0
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
A. J. DERBY
HOOD fiJVER, OREGON.
TOiTn LFLAND HENDERSON
ATTORN KY AT-I.AW, ARTKACTER, NO
TARY PUKUly.d KfcAL
KMT ATE MfciNT.
For 3 yean a resident of O.-egon and Wash-
Or Kstate msttent, as abstractor, aeareher of
fata and agent. HalisfaclioD guaranteed r
203 acres in Upwr Hood
River Valley, 55 acres in cul
tivation, 5 acres in orchard,
mostly in bearing, 4 acres in
strawberries, 40 acrena hay,
produced 90 tons of hay this
year, balance in clover and
vegetables, inret class im
provements, 3 large barns,
chicken houses, storage
house, etc.. New 11-room
house, just completed witn
bath and all conveniences,
also; 7-room house. Over
2,500,000 feet of good tim
ber. This place will double
in value in two years.
120 acres in Tipper Valley,
all first class apple land,
even slope, plenty free water.
Will sell 40, 80 or 120 acres
at $25 a n acre. This land is
easily cleared, being mostly
brush land. This is listed at
one-half present valuation.
Don't miss this opportunity
to get a good tract of land
40 acres, 12 acres in bear
ing orchard, all good varie
ties. 1000 trees one yeni
old. house, larere barn.
chicken house, sheds, good
large spring. All tools, cows
and horses go with the place.
A snap at $15,000. Easy
terms. If sold right away
purchaser will get half the
apple crop valued at $4,000
10 acres all in cultivation,
Five acres Spitzenbergs and
Newtowns 3 years old,
strwaberries between the
trees, 5 acres in clover and
vegetables. Good house and
large barn. Good buy at
$4,000. Half cash, balance
Improved and unimproved land in all
sized tracts. Call and see our list. You
are dealing with a reliable firm lin
you trade with u. Nothing niiHsrepre
sented. We have some deBirable Port
land property to trade for Hood River
J. H. HE1LBR0NNER & CO.
HOOD BIVKK OR PORTLAND, ORE.
Hood River Studio
We have the latest In mnunu and can en
Urge your Vhnum In Crayon, Platinoid or
Hepio. ttatlsfactlou guaranteed.
W. D. ROGERS, Prop.
The place to get an easy
shave and first-class hair cut.
Our shop is metropolitan in
Porcelain Baths !a Connection
O. B. GRAY.'
For Sale at the
A. T. ZEEK.
Crown and Bridge Wort
Teetb Without Hates.
Treatment of diseased teetb an9 gums.
Offlce Brosius Buildinn. Phone 1033.
H. SEYMOUR HAJjL,
I am qualified and prepared to do all klndi
of nrst-clase land surveying. Accuracy guar
anteed. Thoae who wlsn nret-chus work dose
addreat R. F. D. .. Hood River. Ftonat WxU
ratoANLKY, K.UHMITll, K.O.Bt.AHAa
Free. Vloe-Fres. Cashier.
V. C. Bhock, Asst. Cannier.,
Ths First ttel BsnK
OF HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Citl At,0 Nirplu $l3,m.
HABLE E PAULSEN
Office: Room 15, Brosiaa Building,
HOOD RIVKR, ORE.
P. IL HAIL-IMS & CO.
CJvii an Irditsont
Miikeaurveys, plans and estimates for sew
r, light nd power and railway plants, and
furnish, subject to approval, plans, specifica
tions and estimates for all classes of bulldiiiKS
Cubllc, private and mercantile. Wiwclal aU
Mitlon glvaU to eoononiicand sloCnirnliiK
cons rucllou. Accuracy and euoiioiny guar-
Bl1' DAVIDSON BUILWINO
hooo mvts, OMKOON.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
MCDfRICK A ARNOLD,
(Hiaatai furnlihad on all kinds of work
Phnnoa- Araol4. Main B.
trUOlUM. rredarlek. US. m
SI1I0NT0N A SONS
Architects and Builders.
Iltwratlve Painting and Paper Hanging
Plana furniahed. Katimatea care
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
B. A. JEROME,
Having had several years' experience In
draftliif and building. I would respectfully
h.ii d nun nrihA i,n-onaire of the people ol
Hood River who anticipate building. Terms
,nki a id ssilsfactlon guaranteed. Ol-
floe at residence ou Heights.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Figures and estimates furnished on
all kinds of huilding and contracting.
W& QBBGON Fl RELIEF
of McMiiuiville. Oregon, will insure your
nronertv at 00 uer pent H8 cobI than
any other ins.itution. '
C. P. ROSS. Soecial Auent,
Hood Hlver, Oregon
Timber and Homestead
I have for location some choice apple lands
and tlniqer claims; also relinquishments and
land to script,' Call on or address,
Wm. f. hand,
Res. Phone 876. Hood River. Ore.
Shcpard & Franz
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Are in correspondence with all parts of
the United M-gte ana are in roiki posi
tion to "ell your
Nortiwestern Mutual Lift Insurance Co.
Orient Fire Insurance Co.
Hood River Marble Works
Am. prepared to execute
all orderw for granite and
marble work, monuments,
Also contract for all kinds
of stone masonry, con
WcEWEN & KOSKEY
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Proinot sales and quick returns
Wholesale dealers in ar? kinds of First
and Produce. Consignments solicited
129 Front Sttree, Portland, Ore.
Eureka Meat Market
Mc-UUIHE BROS., Props.
D-alerH in Fresh and Cured Meat?, Ijtrd
Poultry, Fruita anil VKet"olw
triee Delivery. Phone Main 35.
J. A. TILLMANY
o Inquire at
MT. (JIOOD HOTEL 0
Oder, Champagne Cider, GcnQIne
Champagne, Vinegar, Wines
from grapes and i-niall fruits. Alcohol
from cereals,0egetahlei, plants, fruiU
nd wood and valuable recipes. Head
$1 for book giving practical information
how to make them. LEO ZABEL.O
O P. O. Box 004, Portland, Ore
If isjl fU' owuinT four rioks of 10 !
inoh wood on Colombia street, north
of Buow Hi Upoa' baicksmitu ahop
do not iuiove MlHtit w 11 he sold to
the bigheit biddtur. ,
. W. JDget, City Mainhal.
RrlKht young men and women l kikhI stsnd
liiK U prepsre for husluess portions, nn sieno
graphers, lKMieepei', and t. Uniuph on-ia-torsat
maid efiiarlea. Write w,!ii for trre
O 12th .. OatKland, Cal.
The larifest ond best eqitipprrt school of busi
ness training, Shorthand, Typewriting, Morse
Telegraphy, VJIVII, Ejieciriciu, .t-rimuirui ami
Mining Knglneerliia, Ma-liaiiical and Archi
tectural diawlir west of S w N irk .
-iNole-YutiUK men and wouiu or ihls
viemltv should not fall to write lorcataloiuie.
stating what oouree they preft r.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United HUM lnd OIBce, The Dalles, Ore
gon. Aug. HI, IWD.-ihi is uriwj i;i,-ii inn.
In compliance With the provision of Hie act
of Congress of June 8, lNTK, entitled "An act
lor tlicile of timber lands in tin- stales ol
California, Oregon, Nevada, and Vai.hiin;loii
Territory," as extended to all the I'ubllc Laud
Stales by act ofugust 4, IW2,
J rAlp M. niji.-i.r.i i.-,
of Hiaid River, count; of Wasco, Ktiite ol llie
iron has Hub day tiled In thlsoitlce his swum
slBleuieiil No. am, for the purchase of the
MK'N W and NKHM,,lNLr""" J2' 1,,w"
shlpl north raiiKe lue., W. M.,snd will oiler
valuable lor the limber or sloiie thereon than
for aarlcultural purposes, and lo establish
his claim to said land before the Iti'Kister and
Hecelver, at me i.anu uine iii iu imuivb, iu ,
..... v. .... r i. lmm.
u..w. --, - ,,,,
lteimniesas wnnems """'"
all of Hood Kiver, Orenon.
lj. r.. ,
... .......... i u M Mimmmifr. A
Any anu an ftnmi. .( ......
anyol the above-described limrts are re(iuel
ed to file their claims in this ollice on or be
lore the said Wd day of November, limii.
NOTICK FOR PUBI.IC'ATION
Uulted HUtes Land Oftlce, The Dulles, Ore.,
i ., -mi mu Nonce is nereny aiveii nun in
coniiillance with Hie provisions of the ad ol
.. . r W7U oitllllcrl "All Ut't til!
tliesale of timber lands In the suites of Cali
fornia, Orei(on, Nevaua, " 11 1,1 "
rilorv." as extended Ui all t lie Public Land
slates, by set of August 4, 1'2 , t ie lollowiiiii
named persons have on April i, IWi, tiled In
this oltlce lliclr sworn statements, to-wit :
MAUDE A. FAIKHANKH,
of Heattle, county of King, in the stale ol
Wnshtngton, sworn siaieim-iu i-.u. o,,, ,oi
t.he iiurchase of the aUX of section town-
ship 1 north, range east W . M.
CHARLES J. FAIHIIANK8
otn .ttle. counly ofKing, isihic ii niisiiiug-
tou.sworn statement ro. wi, hm nm
cliaHeoftho WJaHK', NKI.SK1, , secilon .14,
and NW'4SW'V4 seivimnaa, township I, north
range ve., w. m.
i i,ui liiev will ollMoroof hi sliow Ihat Ihe
iu...iu w,nulii urn iimra valuable lor the
,i.iu.ruil Ki.uie ihereon tliiin lot agi Iculiiiral
,,r,uuipA ami Ul esutoosil l r ,-itmn o
said lands before the negisu r aim ivcceiyer.
st the land ollice, in J lie naiies, uiegmi, on
November b, lima.
ThoonuniHthe following witnesses: NllsC.
Olson, of I'orlland, Oregon, itiauue a. rau-
banks and cnuriea j. raniiois.s, ui .-.rumc,
A., u.,h Mil nnnuins c aiinliiir adversi-lv
any of the above described ands are reiuestd
to Hie their claims In this ollice ou or before
said titli day ol overai n.
-LnS MICHAKL T. N
ICHAKL T. NOLAN, Register.
In the county court of the Mtate of Oregon for
In the matter of I he estate of Henry Btef-
t mrniiK .iiihansen. Htefanus Hlefliinsoti
Hamuel Hielliinou Johanna Holla Wlrleiian
1 1 mlellukll' cola, l urun man, rilliaim, anu
it other iH-rsons. known and unknown, In
terested lu said estate: tlreetlng.
( In the name of the stMe Oregon, you are
hereby cited and required to nipear In the
the county court ol Uie stale ol oiegon, lor
county of Wasco, at I lie November term ol
-..i.i ,,.pt bi Hip i-.ni'i. naiiu thereof, at The
Dalles city, In said county, ou Monday, the
19th day of November, imfc, at two o'clock In
liie afiemoon of that day, then and there to
show cause wny n ornei uw ii
.i ia ..1,1 iiiiiiilnlNtmlor Ui sell said real e.
i,..,-i,,n,.r ,t,-rrllK'l: thesoulliwestiiuar
,..r ,1,. uinlliwest ouarter of the soillhwesl
dimmer of (section Hixleen In Township two
norm oi nange n-u, .- ..........
Witness, the Hon, A. K. Lake, Judge of said
County Court with the seal of said I ourtaillx
ed tins ana aay oi unun , ,
Attest ; H. lloltoo, Clerk. ot-i
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
In the matter of the estate of Harvey J. Byr-
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
has died hlsnnai reisiri anu acnium as an
minisiratiir.of the estate of Harvey J. Dry
i,, rt......sp,l anil that the county court of
ii,.siiiin of Oregon, for Waseo.counly, lift"
....iih Monilav. the 6th (lav uf November
liuT l tne hour of ten o'cs Ik, III. of said
day as the time, and the county court room
In the county court house In Dalles City,
Wasco county. Oregon, as the place for the
hear! ng of said fl nal report. A 1 1 persons hav
ing objections to ssld report are hereby un
titled to be present at said time and place and
present such objections. If uny there be.
Dated tills Mb day of Heplember, Hum.
k. O. lll.ANi ll Alt,
The undersigned has riled Ills II mil Hciiimit
with the countv t'ourt for Wasco counly,
Oregon, In the n alter of the estate of lisvid
WtsTiart, decssed, and notice Is hereby given
to all persons Inlerested In said estate, tlisl
Hie court has appointed Monday, OcUiberA'd,
II Hi. at 2 o'cliH'k, at the court house at The
lialles, Oregon, as the time and plaice for
hearing objections to ssld II nal account and
lor the settlement thereof. H. H. HKHS,
Administrator of the estate of David Wlshart,
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
haa been, by order of the Honorable County
Court of the state of Oregon for Wasco county,
appointed administrator of the estate of (,'biis.
Huaey? deceased, nd all persons having
.i.imi mralnst said estate are hereby mil ill, ii
to present the ssme to me at the Little Whiles
Mlore aiuuen, or me wiii.iw oi i,c
in HiaKl Kiver, Oregon, properly verified,
within six months arier the dale of the first
publcatlon or this notice.
Administrator of the Estate of Chas. M.
Dated Hept. Kdh
In the Circuit Court of Ihe Htale of Oregon,
for the county of Wasco.
Kmina M. Bullock, 1'lalntlrT,
A. Bullock, Defendant. i
in the name of the Mlale of Oreiron : You
are hereby required to appear and answer the
coin plaint filed against you In the above en
titled court and cause on .or before the iid
day of November, Mm, and If you fall to ap
pear or answer, the plaintiff will apply to Ihe
einirt for Ihe relief applied for In her com
plaint, which Is, for a decree dissolving Ihe
bonds of matrimony existing at tills time be
tween plaintiff ami aerenuant herein.
Oriilssuiiimons Is published pursuant to an
order ol the court made by the Honorable
W. L. Bradshsw, Judge of the clrQit court of
the Htate of Oregon for Wasco wbuty, said
order bearing dale 41 h day of October, r-n,
and which order direct that the summons
In this suit should Deserved upon you oy pine
Ileal ion thereof once aweek lor six consecutive
weeks in the lf"vd Kiver Ulacier. of Wasco
County, Oregoortlie first publication to be
gin on the llth day of Ocmber, r and Hie
last publication therenl to be the tM nay ol
November, .. WALKKMAR KKTON
oll-ndl Attorney Q I'.ainlln
APPLE SHOW IP
HOOD RiVf R MAKES BOAST GOOD
Exhibition Who I'fut'st Kver (iivea unil
Attendance LarRt'st l.lst
Have you seen l.o-r r r-r-iita, Lo-
r-r-t t-iita, Loiila now toiuly, the on
Jy dreaaibiiKur lu the wmid who hcws
with her tuus. vie d in u t luivo tiu.t
to see Loritiiao we were loo inioy tnk-
in K ui the Seventh liioiiiual l i'iiit iair
ot the Uooil ilivet Unit growers. Lo-
rita was no uuuht mun clous hut the
lair "as fur ii'ore mi ami there was
more ol it.
No Biii'h tlisnlafy of Hppleti we can
safely bay was ever niailu iinyulioro in
the world, was the void u t ol Krnwei
ami viBitui'B tioin all over the CnittMl
Stated ami some parts ot l.uioii).
hlKht htinilieil boxes of aiiplcs so
tine that the ordinary man or woman
could aoaruey tleleut any dilloreuee In
them and wnuli eaueed the judges
uiutiy hours ot worry an i atudy lo
decide which oi them woio entitled tt
Uio titbtiut'liou ot Ileitis' liiiiultl the
Apples wore not the only thiims at
the lair which showed what Hood
Kiver noil van do tia the dinpay8 ot
veijetahes, iiiuIoiih, nuts, ieaia, peach
es and many other products K'lve evi
Jonce of its neneial productiveness.
The fair was nehedtiled to open al
ill Thursday hut lonu before that
time visitors coiiiiiieuced to lie ho nil
uieioua that the executive committee
decided to uouunenoe cliai'KiuK ail mis
sion. After the inorniiiK tniins nrrlv
ed, ou which weie many of the lrri
ationista tlio crowd iuoroasod rapidly
and the fair was visited by many oi
tho delegated iiinoMK whom were ,ludt;e
Lowell, Senator I tUtuii. . II. Aloore,
A. Kin Wilson, Jelleraou Myeiiu,
I'oin KichHrdsiin, uf the Hurtlaml
C'limiiieiciul club, S. I. Lalii r, tocie-
tury of the I'liiUnml Hoard ot irado,
V. Metciilf. Mate l',iilmier lwis.
A. Acliornmii, state siiperiutwidenl
of public instruction, I'. W. Suttlo-
tneyer, repruKeulalivti to tne niiue ick
ishiture, Addison lltsntiett, editor ol
the Optimist, Jude Lake, !. .N.
Smith, Jeiwe Steurua, .ludd (icer and
frof. Kent, of the Stale Agricultural
oolleue. All of the ilpliuinleH were
loud in the r aiMue.Malloii ol tne up
plo show and the Bond it would do
Oroyon hy having ita wondera talked
about br visitora Irom tlio eastern
Tho alteiiilaime at the lair tlio llr-it
dav was in the neiKhborliod or l,UUl
oeonle and by uiunt an inu oxnioiis
were lu Diane, ihe executive tjoiiimii
tee appointed tho judge in the alter-
niwu seloctllin J. 11. iwicu, cominis
ainner of the ttate board othoiticul
turn. C. F. LaiiBiuiJ. ut Salem, a well
known nursery man sum rroi. tiiewis,
of the State AuriouTtural oolleue, who
ootnmeiiced their work of judgiiiK toe
fruit that evening.
llnre was inusio at the opening ol
the afternoon and eveniiiK exhihitiont-
and the trains were met and doloxittei
serenaded hy the band on thoit arriv
al President Smith, Secretary
Ihomnaon and other inemberH of the
eveciiitivo oonunitteo weie busy look
intf after tho Interests of the l.ir lint)
tho eiiteitainmeiit of visitur.j. Until
hotels were full to ovei llowin n and
Iu.h arrivals had some dltlici.ily in
The pleasure of visitors which
lm..ii anniHivliiit marreil hy ram on
Tliurciinr was ii)Hiir"tl Friday morn
loir when sunshine and a blue sky
uroetod them on Brisinu. The llr.il
delegation to tulto ill the fair on I'll
day er a number oi pausoiiKei s Ii om
No. fi. which Ktupiind heie lor lironll
fust and wore invited by J. A. Wil
sou, vice presiih nt of the asi-ociatioii
to viait it belore the train Minted
I'Iib traiiia from J'oillaiid brouiii
hiuunr oiowds than the day before and
in the afternoon a lai'Ku number came
down from The Dalles, M osier and
other points on tho road aa far luvny
us Pendleton. CoiiKiesaiiiun-t'li ct M
1U, who had arrived tho evening he
furn waa also a viaitoi, and Kepiien
tutive HendrickH waa an inteicsted
Duriux the afternoon the crowd
wiih ao dense that it waa with dilllcid-
that vaitora could move around
and the baliy snow was uio penier m
aUiHOtlno. About '2(1 linliies Here en
tered in the eontest and tne judges
had reitt ditlleully in dueidinn which
uoifi entitled to prizes. After con
siderable deliheratiou the lint nize
lor children under two jear.-i wns iv
iiu to Justine Siist?y, wilu Coin Millm
a close second, and .lelli r-iui ryle u.ih
considere l he winner fur I Ipikh O l
der one your, witli Aljron Deiintdty
aa tho second c-lii ice. Alter tho con
test was decided the crowd surged
around the building, examining, met
rod and yellow fruit and samplii g
the free cider which was provided ly
the mill of the Emery company. i'l:a
cider was evi'lently v ry L'on l i.i 1
hiirniless ss the (iluclei ir, -i uulurl
several prominent prnnibUiouihts
stoppiiiK at tne stand p;',i( nleil over
by two of Hood Intel's lair maiden-,
iriore than once.
Humors were alloat as to who hud
taken the prizes, hut nobody know
anything, delluite and it was riot until
late in the after noon that the judges
made tho announcement which was as
llest packed five boxes apples (dif
ferent varieties), commercial pack,
Nmvtnwiia and Hmtzoirhorua Tinnst be
two of the varieties First prize, cup,
A. I. Masou; second prize, M. M.
Sweepstake-, best plato of apples
J. L Carter, cup.
llest box of applns of the following,
varieties, commercial pack, V1H or
Spitzbiibergs Sears & Porter, cup.
Yellow Newtowns A. 1. Mason,
Jonathan H. Avery, medal.
Northern Spy - I-'. H. Shepard,
"Arkansas lilack O. L. Vbu lerbilt,
Til od nl
Ortlevs Peter Mohr, medal.
Hel Cheek L. K. Clark, medal.
Hydes King Sears Si Porter, mc.
lioxbury Kuaset O. L. VandeJfbiJt,
KlUK-M. Al. Hill, Special.
Seek No Farther 1J. F Tucker,
Hen David Ueorue Carroll, osier,
Snow 4. J'j. Illnna, special,
(lauo Campbxll liroa., special.
Vork lmperia 1 Mordioa Jones,
Arkauaaa lieauty w. is. hargeut,
Sivaar I-.sst Hood Kiver rruil uo.,
M osier, tipecial.
Winesap Mra. A. t'orneig, O'eilnl.
lialdwin J. K. Oaahtnor, medal.
Delicious A. I. Mason, medal.
Winter liauana O. L Vanderbilt,
Wauenor J. L. Carter, medal.
In addition to those who won the
tlrst prizes the judges made honorable
iiicntiou ot tne following exiuiuis:
ive box sweepalakes Hill, auder-
hilt i.nd t'ooper.
liei-t box Spitz shepard, .Maaou,
Newtown Carter, Hill, Shepard.
Jonathan Sears & Porter, Cooper.
Northern Spy Kaat Hood Uiver
'"iiiit Co., t'arler.
Arkansas lllack Sears & Porter,
Cast Hood Kiver Fruit Co., lueker.
Oi-tley Mrs. J. Lo ilz.
Ked Cheek tieoriro Carroll, Mosier.
Wiuesan Kast Hood Kiver Fruit
lialdwin Vanderbilt, Cart oil, 11 ill.
Altogether there were 00 exhibitors
of Npilzoii bergs ami 48 of Newtowns.
Kiuewt live plates A. I. mason.
Finest peach exhibit M. M. Hill.
Finest display of oniined fruit-
Mrs, it. F. Davidson, tlrst; Mrs. K.
N. Voung, locond.
Finest display of out fljwers Mrs.
0. J. llayues.
F'iiiHst potted llower exhibit Mrs.
, A. I'rnnz.
Finest display of jelly Mrs. J. K.
Finest cniiiieil vegetables Mrs. C.
inoet einluoidery Miss Clara
I most laco airs. deriKS.
Finest drawn work Mrs. Thus.
Exhibits without awards Miss
Mabel Kobinson, throe paintings.
( I rapes A. J. Harper, W in. ftollou-
Jouk, U Nex, A. Ureau.
Ouiiices Win. KellondoiiK, uue
Saliiinn, Uawson & Stanton.
Sweet potatoes u. ii. niranauan.
Peanuts S. S. Thompson.
i'he prize for the best manufactured
product was won by the llood iiver
Milling oomiauy, wtiicu receiveu a
I he best display of nursery stock,
medal, went lo the liui'-lo .Mime
nursery, H. S. Ualligan, proprietor.
the prize lor tne uesi ciiickou ex
hihit was won by J. l' letcher.
The baked food exhibit (breadjwas
won by ivirs. u. o. Vinson, imiiui oi
Cupid Hour, llood Rivet Milling Co,
. , i . -.. i li
Pear exhibit J. 1j. l. arrer, meuai.
Vegetahle exhibit J. M. Hollo well,
The cup olloied by h. 11. Hhepaid
for the best packed live boxes ot ap
nliia was won by J. K. CastuM'.
l'ercv Wells and P. 10. Wells wore
nentioned as next to Johu Castnei
in tho nrie for nackiug apples,
J. H. Hobhins received a special
prize tor the best exhibit of taucy
lu the vegetable display there wore
some features that caused sp'ebtator
much interest. Among them were a
hill ot potatoes grown by D. L. Dav
idHnii. uf Willow Fla'. which weighed
17 pounds. A squash belonging to
Chas. Chandler, that measured four
liiel, from tin to tip. was l'l iuohos
thick and weighed nearlj til) pouuds.
II. H. Wallace had ou exhlhitlou some
kulllr corn that was lu feet high and
also some sorghum that was way up
in tho air. C. K. Hone showed some
noru that was twelve feet high and
the stalks of which wns so heavy that
it leinrired considerable elfort to lift
them. Peter Mohr showed what he
eould do in the matter of squashes al
an. mill II. H. Maitlu had some water
nieloiis tht would be hard to beat in
lieorgia. A litter of fine lieagle
humid nuns made it kuowu that Dr,
llrosius was their owner by yelping
for a little of the atteut ion that was
being aiveii tho apples. The Witch
Hazel furiu displayed all;klnds of veg
wtnli oh and had a Hue exhibit
Kawsou & SI mi ton showed a hall
box of Newtortiis taken from a two
mmr old tree.
A. 1. Mason had several plates of
freak apples which he called Our Own
curiutv and which were in all conoeiv-
ililo shapes, being single, double snd
tr plots. lliere were also apples at the
dinw which !ern perfect and no big
i(di than marbles and others of which
it onlv took l'i to till a box. There
mi li M. have been souio bigger hut tl
liugcst we saw were shown by Noah
A fi attire that also attracted much
ultoiition was t he box of apples that
tlio Portland Commercia club bought
ten President Koosevcil. ine apples
are of the W inter Hunana variety hut
u,,rn irii'.'. ti bv O. L. Va derbllt
who took a prize on them, ihey were
The largest pi ito display was made
bv II. C.
IliileSiiiin, who showed no
loa than fill nlntes all dillerent varie
ties, which he says does not inchn
all tho varieties in his orchard. Ihe
uteiidiHico at the faft Saturday was
fullv as large as it was i'riday and in
trt in ho show was unabated. On
the afternoon train :i(NI came down
from The Dalles to visit the show and
llm trains from I'orilnnil brought
good many from Portlund and the
Willame te valley. Some even came
up on the evening train to take in the
show and stayed inlhe building until
they wero asked to leave.
SuiiiIhv much of Hie fruit was pack
Od up and seviral of Ihe exhibits have
boeil taken to r-oruanu wiiero iuy
will be disiilayeii in store winuowa,
The exhibit ol J. L. Carter will
ulmwii in tho window of F' Diesser
is. and the box of Jonathans that
niintiirftfl the prize will be shown
window of the Eggert shoo store. The
Knnru An Porter apples were bought
by O. L. Vanderbilt and together
with his own display were shipped to
Portland. The box of prize Spitzen
bergs which it was said had been
bought by the Hood Kiver Democrat
ic club was among thein and has been
purchased by a Portland politician
who will bIho send it to President
Uoosevelt. Many boxes of the other
fruit was soW to individual buyers
Moat of the Unaier '
bought hy the lteidon !v'
n y who aiso bought Aonta of tbi otber
displays and the Apple Orowurfl no ion
took the bo.vei winch Ireluoged to
them and b 4$ondT even in the
great apj le ibow waa no niore.
Several i'ropisn!.ious hia Uten
made to leave the exhibition boilding
staudinft and putting a pemiapeiit
toot on it. One of them being to pr -
ide a place for rancher to drlva in
to, hut this was not oonadered prac
ticable. Another is to put a rloor in
to it and make a skating riuk, for rol
ler skating during the winter. Jl.e
building will, however, be sold at auc
tion next Saturday as it stands with
the exception ot tho canvas. In it
thero is about worth of lumber.
Others who had displays at the fair
Hm k-a Feld orchard, (2. H. Castner
boxes., varieties, Newtowns, Ar- -
kaiiBas lllacks, lieu Davis.
Montague turin, w. . Oargent- ill
boxes, varieties, Newtowns, Spitz,
Arkansas lilack, lieu Davis, Jonathan,
Arkansas tieauties, English Itusset,
Koxhury liusset, lied Cheeked P!p-
plu, also a piuto or a Arkansas isiacK,
exactly san e size and color.
1). lioyd 9 boxes, vmietiis.
Spitz, Hussiau Ked, Vakinn, Pea
Davis. King of Tompkins anil Idaho
C. K. Markham C boxes, varieties,
liaiiey Sweet, Spitz, N'ewtowm,
N. Nelsou box of IVewtowns.
L. Struck 2 boxes of Newtowns.
Aug. Paasoh 10 boxes, varieties,
(ituio, Ken Davis, lork Imperials,
Stark, Newtown, Arkansas lllack,
Spitz, Jonathan, lllack Twig.
Campbell liroa,, s boxes, varie
ties, Newtowns, Spitz, Jonathan,
Wolf Kiver, Uuno.
Mouut Hood fruit Co., v. w.
ooper 12 boxes, varieties, Gloria
Muudi, Please Name, Hoover, North
ern Spy, lthode Island Ureeniug,
lialdwin, Talpa llawkiua and Idaho
pear. Jautzeu llros. 7 boxes, varie
ties, Spitz, lieu Davis, Hydes King,
lialdwin, King or lompkius, mei.-
Hlverdule farm, N. U. Evaus VI
boxes, varieties, Winesaps, Aikeu
Ked, Vork Imperials, KtarK, wew-
towu, Spitz, lieu Davis, King ot
Wlsleii 1' lke . oreuaras y ooxes,
varieties, Newtowns, Ciuno, Spitz,
winter ilauana, Jonaltian.
Park farm, A. A. Jayue, prop. 7
boxes, Spitz, lieu Davis, Newtowns,
J. Ii llrnus boxes, varieties,
llaldwir.B, lieu Davis, Newtowns,
lllack Twig, Jonathan, Oauo, Spitz,
Sioverkropp Fruit fatrn H boxes,
varieties, Ortley, Arkansas lllack,
Newtowns, King ol Tompkins, Spitz,
l'weuty Ounce Pippin, jonatnau,
F. M. Jackson F'ruit farm lu box
i. varieties, Spitz, Snow, Deleware
Ked, Uuno, lialdwin, Northern Spy,
Jonathan, Newtowns, King of lomp
Johu Uackel 6 boxes, varieties,
Success, Spitz, Newtowns, King c
J. Hhomberg uox lung oi iomp-
king. . .
Ueo. P. Kuowles 3 boxes, arletles,
King of Tompkins and Spitz.
O. Jacoheou 0 boxes, ,itea uueea,
Klickitat, Arkansas lilack, Newtwous.
S. F. lilythe 'z boxes, uumes uoi-
den and Newtowns.
J. Fi Hall-H boxes, WBgoner, King
of Tonipklua, Snow, Newtowns, lel
lnw Hellllower, Jonathan and a very
Hue box of Flemish lioanty pears.
S. Harkor-boxes of Siutz.
U. A. McCurdy llox of Spitz and
one of (lano.
J. (lould llox of lien uavis ami
one of Newtwona.
P. II. Martin-ii boxes, Den uavis,
Spitz, Jonathan, Newtown, Arkansas
lllack. . ' .
J.J. Clhbous-ZI boxes, - iNewtown,
Spitz, Kay, Deleware Ked, Udyes
King Northern Mpy, isen I'avia.
L. E. Dark a rjoxes, enow, nww,
Koxhury Kussot, Hydes King, King
W. 11. Iseuberg t noxes, ami
Cheek, Vandeveer, Nortueru spy,
W. L. Nichols-3 boxes, Spitz, Ar
kansas lllack, and one of peaches.
Fredroicks & Moore o ooxes, opnz.
O. tl. Metcalf-5 boxes, Hen Davis,
Hood Kiver Fiuit Uo 14 noxes,
Newtwous, Spitz, Arkansas Dlaok,
K. Macdowwln une dox oi aprtz.
T. M. Hnutei & Sou 0 boxes, Yak
ima, Kamlio, Knssian Ked tiauo
Please Name, King of Tompkins.
J. IV. Elloitt Mosier u ooxes iiiaca
Twig lime Pear main Swaar, Lmwvei,
lialdwin, Spitz, aweet rearmin.
C. A. MoCarger, Mosier I noxes,
Tulpehocken, Hod Cheek, Spitz, King
of Tomkpins, lilue Pearrnam, teilow
& J. Middleswart, wosier i uox
Snitz. lieu Davis, Lawver, Ked
Cheek, Koine lieauty, llen.Davis, Oa
Leo Evans & Co. i boxes, luipc-
(Inore Carrill G toxes ,l!en Davis,
Spitz, Lawver, Missouri Pippin, Tul-
pohocken, MUaogeirwu, oiuia, iv-.i
Cheek, Newtown, Yellow Horse.
tl. I. Mosier o Boxes, iiewiowus,
Ben Davis, Spitz.
Fiast llood Kiver Fruit Co. 22 box
es Ktog ot Tompkins, Ked Cheek,
Swasr, Aiken Ked, Northern Spy,
Winesap, Spitz, Newtown, Black
'I wig, British Columbia, lieu Davis,
Sheokleford, Seek No F'arher, Arkan
sas lilack, lialdwin, TulpelOckeu,
Mrs. A. F'osherg Winesap, Missou
ri Pippin, Ked Cheek, Newtown, Ar
a mo Koot 4 boxes, Loxl.ury Kus
set, Ortley, Spitz, Seek No Farther.
1. I). Evans :i boxes, Spitz, Ked
C. A. Macrum H boxes, Miseourl
Pippin, lialdwin, Ortley, lllack Twig,
lieu Davis, Spitz. ,
W. A. Davis 0 boxes, lllack lwig,
Newtown, Northern Spy, Lawver.
O. A. ilrooks 4 boxes, Lawver, Ar
kansas lilack, Spitz.
D. A. Sturgesa Spitz.
lU'ni. Johnson lien Davis, Ked
Cbeek, Missouri Pippin, Spitz.
E. H. Shepard ti boxes, Spitz,
Newtown, Northern Spy.
J. (1. JarvK-8 boxes, Newtowns,
Arkansas lilack, Oano, Spitz,
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