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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, OCTOBER 25, 1908.
HOOD RIVER COMMEFW IAI.CLUB-sfeets
venr second Monday Id wh month alt
m.. In tne club room over Jackson's it tor.
H. F. Daviijooh, Pro.
A. . mom, Becretary.
HOOD RIVER LODGE NO. 106. A. F. and
M. MeeU Haturday even I or on or before
twn roil moon. a. a. bujwjbi, w. js.
D. McUohald, Secretary.
HOOD RIVER CH AFTER NO. t7. R. A. U
MeeU nrat and third Friday night of each
montn u. ncuokaui, n, r.
A. ii. mob, secretary. -
HOOD RIVER CHAPTER NO. . O.K. 8
MeeU second, and fourth Tuesday evenlni
of each month. Visitors cordially welcomed.
UBIt. 1. J. KINNAIBD, w.
Mas. Thbbbsa cast bb, Secretary.
IDI.EW1LDE U)IHiENO. 107. I. O. O. F.
MeeU In Fraternal ball, every Tbnraday
. night. H. U. uoa, W. U.
J. it. KBKHB, Heeretary
EDEN ENCAMPMENT. NO. 48. 1. O. O. F.-
Recnlar meeUnf second and fourth Monday!
oi eaco montn. n. u. tuu, v, r.
H. C. baiTH, Bcrlbe.
LAUREL REBEKAH DKURKE LOItUK NO,
HI, I. o. O. F.-MeeU Oral and third Friday!
in eacn montn.
Mrs. E. W. Udell, N. O.
Mb. Dora Thomson. Heeretary.
WAUCOMA LODGE NO. SO. K. OF P -
MeeUlnK.ofP. nail every Tuesday night
THIN. e. JOUNSOB, U, M,
V. C. Brock, K. of R. and 8.
HOOD RIVER CAMP, NO. 7,702, M. W. A.-
Meeu In K. of P. hall every Wednesday
DlKht. E. tt. MAYBI, V. U
C. U.DABIK, Clerk.
BOOD RIVER CIRCLE NO. Hit, WOMEN OF
Woodcraft-MeeU at K. of P. ball on the
first and Tblrd Fridays of each month.
Lou McKryboldoj, U. N,
F, W. McReyhoum, Clerk.
RIVKR8IDK LODOENO. 68 A. O. U. W -
Meeu nrat and tblrd Haturdayi of eaeb
month. F. H. BI.AUO, M. W.
E. R. Bradley, Financier
ChicstkuHhutb, Recorder. '
OLETA ASSEMBLY NO. 11B. UNITED ART-
isans.-MeeU the flntt and tblrd Wednes
day!, work; second and fourth Wednesdays
Artisans- nan. u. w . iHoanwn, at. a.
V. I). Hen rich, Heeretary.
COURT HOOD RIVER NO. , FORESTERS
. of America, MeeU second and fourth Mon
days lu each montb in K. of P ball.
Hbnbua F, Foutb, C. R.
F. C. Brosiuu, F. C.
CAN BY POST, NO. 16,0. A. R.-MEETsJ AT
A. O. U. W. hall, second and Inortb Hatur
dayi of each month st 2 o'clock p. in. All
U. A. H. members Invited to meet with us.
H. A. hxinhbk, commander,
Thomas Uoss, Adjutant.
CAN BY W.K.C., No. 16 MJSET8 SECOND
and fourth Haturdayi of each Month In A,
O. U. W. hall at 2 p. in.
Ellen Blount, President.
Gebtbudb B. I MULES, Secretary
MOUNTAIN HOME CAMP No. SMS. R. N. A,
MeeU at tbe K. or P. Hall on the second and
fourth Fridays of eaeb month.
. Mas. Carrir Brosius, O.
Mrs. Ella Da it in, Recorder.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Telephones: Office, 281; residence, 81L
BURGEON O. R. A N. Co.
H. L. DUMBLE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Successor to Dr. M. F. Hbaw.
Calls promptly answered In town or country,
isay or nigni.
Telephones: Residence, 611: Office, 613.
Office in the Broalus Building.
E. O. DUTRO, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office and Residence over First National
Bank, Hood River, Oregon. '
Phone Main 871
DR. J. EDGINGTON,
Physician and Surgeon
Office over the First National bank.
Office phone 1433. Res. phone 16X1,
M. F. SHAW, M. D.
Office in Jackson Block.:
Office phone, No. 1471. Residence, No. WS.
Dr. M. H. Sharp Dr. Edna B. sharp
Graduates of the American School of
Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo.
Office und Incidence Huxley Cottage,
Phone 25 Hood Riven.
p C. BROSIUS, M. D.
. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
'Phone Central, or 121. - .
Office Honrs: 10 to 11 A. M.; 1 to J
and 6 to 7 P.M.
h;d. w. pineo.d.d.s.
Crown Bridgr Work a Specialty.
Fire. National Bank
C H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Telephones: Office 283; residence 1045
. Office over Butler Bank,
Hood River, Ors.
M. E. WELCH,
LICENSED YETERI5ART SURGEON
Is prepared to do any work la the veterin
ary line. Ue can be found by calling at or
ph-nlnf to Clarke s drug store.
Will Practice In All Courts.
Office wlrh Geo. I. Culbertson A Co.
lections. Abstract. Hettletnent of Estates.
HOOD RIVER. OKEU.IN.
SENEGA F. FOUTS
Attorney at Law
Brosius Building t
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
A. J. DERBY
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
JOHN LELAND HENDERSON .
ATTORNEY-AT-l AW, ABSTRACTER, NO
TARY PUBLIC and REAL
For a years a resident of O.'egmt and Wash
I nylon. Has bad many ysar experience In
Real Estate matters, as abstractor, searcher of
titles and agent. BatisfacUou guaranteed or
Look tin's list over care
fully . and if you don t see
what you want call or write
'for complete list. We have
anytnineryou want irom o
. fa a a)
acres up to 300 acres.
No. 248. 60 acres of first class land, 8
acres bearing orchard, 18 acres three
year old trees, all Bpitsenbergs and
Newtowns, 8 acres strawberries which
netted $1200 last rear. 10 acres hay,
10 acres ready to be set to trees, 600
chickens with first class chicken
houses, incubators, and entire poultry
raisins equipment, good team of
horses, harness, wagons, etc., all
tools required to work the place,
good house, large barn, apple house,
8000 gallon tank and wind mill, Im
provements on place cost $3500.
Total crops this year earned $2500 net.
In two years more the 18 acres of
three year old trees will be in bearing
which will mean a revenue of several
thousand dollars thereafter. The
price for this entire farm is only
$18,000. This Is a rare opportunity to
buy one of tbe best farms in Hood
River valley at a bargain.
No. 221. 80 seres in Beulah Land dis
trict 70 seres cleared and ready for
trees. This land lias been (armed
for years and is in prime condition.
Large baru, good house with home
orchard. Creek runs through the
place. Will make an ideal fruit farm.
Price $17,000. Will sell in 10 or 20
acre tracts at 250 an acre.
No. 246. 80 acres uncleared, 40
good apple laud, balance in timber
and good for pasture. Price only
No. 228. 20 acres unimproved, 5 miles
from town on East Side. Alt first
class apple land. Beauti ul site for
home and right among some of the
largest orchards. Price $2,100.
No. 185. 20 acres 2 miles from town
8 acres in three year old Spitzenbergs
and New towns, 2 acres in strawberries,
10 acres iu ctover and timothy. Good
tight-room liout, large baru, spring
water and good well on place. 8
shares of ditch slock. Till
is is a rare
bargain. Price $8,000.
No. 249. 10 acres 'Ik miles out, 5 acres
in two yar old Spitzenbergs and
Newtowns with strawberries between
trees, 6 acres clover and vegetables,
new houce and barn, 6 inches water
stock. Here is a money maker. Price
No. 178. 121 acres, 3 miles out on East
Side, joines the largest orchard in
the valley, 5 acres in trees two years
old, good house and barn, 5 acres
slashed, all first class apple land,
This is a snap considering the char
acter of the land, improvements and
nearness to town. Only $4,000.
No. 170. 5 acres 2 miles out, 4 acres
strawberries, second year plants, 600
Bpitzenberg and Newtown' trees one
year old, small house and barn, 4
iuches water stock. Price $2,250.
No. 224. 18 acres 5 miles out, 11 acres
in alfalfa, 560 three year old Spitzes
berg tires, 400 bearing trees, good va
rieties, 5 room house, good barn and
apple house. Here is a property that
will pay for itself in three years.
No. 235. 203 acres in upper valley, 12)
miles from town, 55 acres in cultiva
tion, 5 acre! in bearing orchard, 4
acres strawberries, 40 acres in hay,
produced 90 tons this year, 140 acres
uncleared land suitable for apples,
good slope and best of soil. The tim
ber on uncleared land will pay a good
share of clearing costs, etc. 2 large
springs, plenty of water for irriga
tion, 3 large barns, two modern
houses, chicken houses, cold storage
house and all improvements fouodon
first class farms. Everything in good
repair. . Will pay better than 15 per
cent on u vestment right from the
start. Think of it and then read this
over again. Price $16,000.
Remember you are doing
business with a reliable firm
when you deal with us.
everybody gets a Square
BOCD RIVER k FOSTLAND, CSEGOil
Bbock, Asst. Cashier.
The First National Bank
OF MOOD RIVER, ORKtiON.
Casttal $50,000 Ssrplas, $12,000.
MABLE E. PAULSEN
Office: Room 15, Brosius Building,
HOOD RIVER, ORE.
P. 11. HALL-LEWIS & CO.
Civil and Architectural
Engineers and Surveyors
Make sorvevs. Diana and eat I males tor sew
er, light and power and railway plants, and
furnish, subject to approval, plans, specifica
tion! and estimates for all classes of buildings
public, private and mercantile. Hpeclal st
unt Ion given to economic end slow-turn lnf
construction. Accuracy and economy guar
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
STRANAHAiN & SUYENS,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
S. H. COX
PlAffS AJTB KSTIKATM
CttiairrtM raralshad oa all kinds of work
SIMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
Decorative Pal-tins; and Paper Haag-lnt;
Pluns furnished. Estimates care-
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
E. A. JEROME,
Hsvlnr bad at-veral vears' experience In
drafting and building. 1 would respectfully
solicits pan of the i atnmase of the people ol
Hood River who anticipate building. Terms
responsible, a id satisfaction guaranteed. Of-
joe at residence on Heights.
t'ARPKNTKK AND BUILDER
Figures and wtimates furnished on
all kinds of building and contracting.
of McMinnvllle. Oregon, will insure your
property at OU per cent less cost tuan
any other institution.
C. P. BOSS, Special Agent,
Hood RlYer, Oregon
Timber and Homestead
I have for location some choice apple lands
and llinqer claims: also relinquishments and
land to script. Call on or address.
Res. Phone 376. Hood River. Ore.
Shepard & Franz
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Are in correspondence with all parts of
tne United Miatee and are in good posi
tion to sell your
Uasvhu.a.a I tm Umhhm !
ivi iisuki u piuuiai uit iidui am IV I
Orient Fire Insurance Co.
Hood River Marble Works
Am prepared to execute
all orders for granite and
marole work, monuments,
Also contract for all kinds
of stone masonry, con
HcEWEN & KOSKEV
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Prompt sales and auick returns
Wholesale dealers in all kinds of First
and Produce. Consignments solicited
129 Front Sttree, Portland, Ore.
Eureka Meat Market
McGUIRE BROS., Props,
Dealers In Fresh and Cured Meats, Lard
Poultry, b ruiU and Vegetables,
r nee Delivery. Phone Main 35.
J. A. TILLMANY
MT. HOOD HOTEL
Cider, Champa sne Cider, Genuine
Champagne, Vinegar, Wines
from grapes and small fruits. Alcohol
from cereals, vegetable, plants, fruits
and wood and valuable recipes. Send
f 1 for book giving practical information
now to make them. LEU ZiABKL,
P. O. Box 604, Portland, Ore
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION'.
United States land Office, Tbe Dalles, Ore
coo, Aug. W, lM. Notice Is hereby given that
In compliance vlib tbe provlaious -f tbe act
oTOniujressor June I, I7H, enticed "An act
tor lb sale of timber lands I'j tne stales of
California, Oregon, Nevartt, and Waalilngutn
Territory," as estenuad load Hie Public Land
(Mates by act of August 4, bwl,
PAUL M. HALL-LEWIS,
of Hood River, count; of Wasco, state ol Ore
gon, baa Uils day Sled In lb la office n la sworn
statement No. for tbe purchase of the
!4KAJi W U and NESBW;,.,of llon a, town
sbip 1 norlb range lu a., w. M., and will otter
proof to snow tnai tne tana sought Is mora
valuable tor tbe Umber or sloue thereon tbsn
for agricultural purposes, and to eaiabllab
bis claim to said land before the Keglster and
Receiver, at me i-ano. utile in The Uallee, Ore-,
omftovemotr za, iro.
He names as witnesses wil'lem F. Kand
L. K. Morse. J. H. Hellbronner, A. J. Derby
ail of Hood River, Oregon.
Anv and all persons claiming adversely
anvol tbe above-described lands are reautwi-
i ea to me ineir raaims in iuis omue on or De-
son tbe said Ski oay of November, I WW.
r MICliACX X. PiOLAN,
se-nS ' , Register.
NOTICE. FOR PUBLICATION
United HUleLand Office. Tbs Dalles. Ore.
Aug. &), lime. Notice Is hereby glveu that In
compliance with tbe provisions of the set of
Congress of Junes, IK7S. entitled "An act for
Ibe sale of timber lands In the males of Cali
fornia. Ores-on. Nevada, and Washington Ter
rltory." as extended In ail the Public Land
states, by ectof August 4, 1XM, the following
namea persons nave on a urn 5. ivun. niea in
thlsomoe tneir sworn statements, to-wit:
MAUDK A. FAIRBANKS,
of Heattle,. county of King, In the state ol
Washington, sworn statement No. swti, for
tbe ourcbaseof ineBK&or section Sf. town.
snip 1 nonn, range eaa. w . m.
CHARLES J. FAIRBANK8
I of Seattle, eoonty of King, ,stste of Washing-
ton, sworn statement ro. jgni, lor tne pur-
and NWV4HWU section Si, lownaiilp 1, nortb
rangeSe., W. M.
i nattney win oner proof to snow mat the
lands sought are more valuable for the
Umber and alone thereon than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish their claims to
I said lands belore lue Hegisier and Receiver.
at tbe land office. In Tbe Dalles, Oregon, on
noveuiuer a, uw,
Ther name the following witnesses: NIIsC
I Olson, or roruena. uregon, Maude A. f air-
banks ana urie j. fairoanss, or Heattle,
Anv ana an persons claim nir adverse v
any of the above described anda are reauexted
to file their claims In tblsottloeon or bsfore
said tb day of Novemoer, iwn.
t6.UA MICHAUL, i. NOLAN, Register,
In tbe eounty court of tbe Htate of Oregon for
In tbe matter of the estate of Henry Htef-
To Htelanns Johanaen. Btefnnus Hteffanmn
Samuel HteOantoo Johanna Hona Wirtenan
Undellaklr Cola, furun laan, Finland, and
all other persons, Known and nnkuown, in
terested tn said estatet Ureetlng.
In tbe cam Of tbe state Oregon, vou are
hereby cited and required to appear In the
Ibe county court of the state ol Oiegon. for
county of Wasco, at the November term of
axia court, at me ouurt room tnereoi, at l lie
liaueaeiiy, in aaia couniy, on Monday, the
Istb day or November, 1UU6, at two o'clock In
tbe afternoon of that day. then and thereto
show csnae why an order should nolbegranu
so to aaia administrator to nen said real es
tate hereinafter described; the soulbweM quar
ter of the sotilhweal quarter of the southwest
quarter of Hectlon alxteen in Townxhtp two
north of Range Tan, east of the Willamette
Witness, the Hon. A. K. Lake. Judge of said
uouuiy court win tne seal oisaid uuriamx
ed thin 2nd day vf October, Mini.
Attest ; 8. Bollon, Cleric. oi-vt
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
In tbe matter of the estate of Harvey J. Byr-
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
has tiled bis final report and Recount as ad
ministrator, of the estate of Harvey J. Hry-
kelt deceased, and that tbe oounlv court of
tbe Htate of Oregon, for Wsjtoo.oouniy, has
appointed Monday, the 6th day of November,
two, at tne nouroi ten o cioca a, ni. or said
day as the time, and the county court room
in tne county court oouse in wanes Ulty,
bearing of said final report. All persons hav-
vvasoo oouniv. uregon. as ine Diaoe ror tne
oujectlons to said report are hereby no-
present at sain time ana pi
present such objections. If any there be,
Dated tbletftti day oi September. lvXW.
IS. O. BLANCH Alt,
in tbe Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
or iue cuuuiy ol vr asou.
Emma M. Bullock, Plaintiff,
A. Bullock, Defendant
In tbe name of the State af Oregon : You
are hereby required to appear and answer the
complaint Bled against you in the above en
titled court and cause on or before the 2d
day of November, 1WJ8, and If you fall to ap-
pctitrur iinwvr, lue piuiuun will apply to the
court for the relief applied r in her com
plaint, which Is, for a decree dissolving the
bonds of matrimony exlstlnc at this time be
tween plaintiff and defendant herein.
Tbtslsummons Is published nursusnt to an
order of the court made b the uonnnhi.
rr. i. orausnaw, judge or tne circuit court of
tne Btaie oi uregon lor wasco oonntv sa d
www ueariiiK uai iiu uay oi uciooer, lyutt.
dl which order dlrecU that the summons
in mis suit snouia Deserved it
nnn von hv iintw
licallon thereof onoeaweek tor slzconaecNtiva
weeks In tbe Hood River Glacier, of Wasoo
County, Oregon, the Oral publication to be
gin on tbe lltb day of October, iwx, and the
last publication thereof to be the 22d aav of
November, 1W6. WALDKMAR 8KTON.
ou-nai Attorney for Plaintiff
In the Circuit Court of tbe State of Oregon, for
TV aOMI W UUV t
Emma Robinson, Plaintiff, -vs.
Chss. O. B, Robinson, Defendant,
To Cbas. O. B. Robinson, defendant above
In the nameof the state af I iramn inn am
hereby required to appear and answer the
complaint filed against you in ,ihe above en
titled cause on or before tbe expiration oi six
weeks after tbe dale of the nrat
of this summons, as hereinafter stated, and
In case you fall to so Japiw and answer said
Complaint, tbe plaintiff will apply to the
court for tbe relief craved fur Ilk liskP wim.
plaint, namely t for a decree of tbe court dis
solving the marriage contract between the
plaintiff and defendant and granting to the
plaintiff tbe care and euatndv Ui. nin,.p
child of plaintiff and deleudank
This summons Is served upon you by pub
lication thereof for six weeks in the Hood
River Olacier. by order of tun
tbe 1st day of September, 1900, and you are
required by said order of the oourt to appeal
and answer the plaintiff's complaint on or be
fore six weeks from the date of the drat pub
lication, wuicn date Is the 6th day of Hepiem-
w. rf . W1IXON,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Crown and Bridie Wort
Teeth Without Plates.
Treatment of diseased teeth and gums.
Office Brosius Building. Pbone 1033.
STORY OF FAIR
NEWBURG GRAPHIC MAN TELLS IT
A Ureat Fair With Everybody Talking
Apples and No Time to Look at
Babies and Vegetables.
On arririug in Portland lest Suu
day niorniug on tbe return trip from
tbe Hood Hiver tair, tbe Graphic
serine lu company with . .N. Welch,
went to tbe First ConKreKxtiouul
church to bear Mrs. Koce riloob
Mauer sihk and to hear a sermon by
William Sbaw tbe (treat ChriHtiuu En
deavor worker of I lost on. Da enter
ing tbe cburcb we were bsuded a
printed progiatn by tbe usher and
glancing at it we read under tbe bead
of "i'ta.i minute mens topic" tbese
"As we meet and touch eaoh day
Tbe many tiavelers on our way
Let every such brief contact be
A glorious, helpful ministry."
Our tli ut thought was that Dr.
Douse, tbe pastor who arranged the
program had no doubt recently made
a trip to Hood luver where everv
man, woman and ibild engages in "a
glorious helpful ministry" for the
enlightenment of the stranger within
tbe Kates, and at tbis season of tbe
year tbe text is always taken from tbe
one theme "Hood Kivei applet),."
Uu 1-riday we went to Hood Hiver,
arriving at a lute hour in tbe night
and owing to tbe niauy people lu
town we considered ourselves fortun
ate iu being able to secute a bed at
tbe Mount Hood hotel. Hon. l A.
Crawford wbo was on tbe same train
was unable to secure lod.ugattbe
same place wben be applied and be
proceeded to make binibolf as com
fortable as possible in the hotel lubby
and entered into a discussion with
two of tbe residents of tbe city on tbe
relative merits ot latiibul county and
tbe iiood Kiver valley as fruit giow-
iug diHtriots. ibe uisouesiou waxed
warm and it 1b conceded that Fred
was getting tbe bent oi tbe argument.
for, along about two o'clock iu the
morning the hotel clerk, who is loyal
to Hood Kiver tapped tl)4 newly
elected member of tbe legislature
from Yamhill on tbe shoulder ami
told bitu he bad f jund a guest who
would share his bed with him. pro
vided Fred would pay the cost of tbe
bed for tbe night. Fred aouepted the
offer at once and that is where tbe
Hood Hirer fellows floored him, so to
speak. At a very eirly hour iu tbe
morning we heard a map baugiug
around in an adjoining room and we
soou recognized the voioe of Mr.
Crawford when he said to bis bed fel
low "i tbanW jou for a place to las
down auring tne night," never men
tioning sleep. Later he told us thai
wben be went to tbe too in be found
tbe fellow wbo made him the gener
oils offer had pre-empted a claim in
the middle of tbe bed, from which he
was unable to move him, and all be
was aoie to ao was to plant blmseii
on the bed rail next to the wall, lie
fore be got to sleep th fellow beg'n to
snore aud although be jabbed bim iu
tbe slats and yelled at him iu be
sawed away like an old time corn
stalk flddel, and the Yamhill man
slept not a wink.
Ibis little aooouut of the trials ol
Mr. Crawford is thrown in to show
how tbe Hood Hiver people :.. ud to
gether to bold their own with an out
sider in an argument legunlirg i; pie
growing, but bad tbey known u.ut
their guest would be in a position to
cast a vote iu tbe legislature m.vt
winter, either for or agaiiibt thru in
their county division tight, t.hi y
would have given bim a loom wish
two beds and free batb. Few tjwns
that class with Hood Hiver have butt r
bote! aooomniodntious and owing to
tbe rush on tbe occasion of tbe li.lr
many of tbe citizens oeiind tho r
homes in order to give additoual u
Tbe fair was a great suoccss and
while it was supposed to thuA ti e
different products of their valli-y it
was in reality an apple show. .An eld
resident said to Cy Vaugban, a tt. rul
er resident of New burg, "Cy, dh fal
lows wbo are raising vegetables are
not iu it here. Why, I see here cu
exbibitiou as big, tine sweet pointing
as ever grew iu Calioruia and they
won't look at them." And so it was.
Tbe people were there to talk Ohiio.j,
Yellow Newtowns and Hpitzcnhergs
and while in a few instances Hiruh
Ann may have been heard to ask if
tbe baby bad finished cutting its
teeth and if Johnny bad started to
school, she was soon switched off to
enagge in tbe one theme of conversa
Apples, well yes some apples. Ini-
agiue a mammoth tent filled with HiO
boxes of such apples as would deligl.t
tbe eyes of the orowued beads of any
ountry. Nut little bous mind you,
but tbe regulation 45 pound box jtirt
tbey are put up for sbipmei
There was not a poor box In fV l ,
nd since tbey pride tlnn.i.i f on
their packing as much m mi the qual
ity of tbe lrnit., theie was not a
poorly packed box aiuorg them. Of
course tne fjllow was there wbo as
serted that his part of tbe counrty
could produce just as flue apples if
the people wculd turn their attention
to fruit growlug, but he was met with
smile mingled with pity and con
tempt, as be failed to show up with
For sti icily a show apple tbe Wolf
River is a great success with its enor
mous sizes and fine color. I. N.
Campbell, of Campbell Dros,. who
own an oiobard on the east side ut
tbe valley. Informed the writer tbat
tbey recently made a shipment tf 100
boxes of tbis variety which tbey pick
ed from eigbt trees and for wbicb
they received II per box. l'bey went
to a New York man wbo wanted tnem
fot decorating purposes at a big ban
quet. Of course tbey were labeled
Hood Hiver apples aud tnis la tne way
to make a reputation. Home men in
business say it don t pay to advertise
but Hood River people will tell you it
does. Few if any of tbeir apples are
selling for less tbau $1 per box and
tbeYellow Newtowns and Spitzenbeigs
run as high as $3 per box.
Ibe Hbeubes wbo never lail to show
up at tbe agricultural horse trot were
not in evidence here. The fact is the
successful apple grower is man ot
intelligence aud culture and Hood
Hiver seems to be tilled up with tbis
class of people. So far as we could
see in one short day's stay, tbe one
thing tat tbey ought to be ashamed
of is the saloon. Many ot them, in
fact very nearly majority of them
are ashamed ot it as a vote in tbe part
lint we must not forget tbe one box
of fruit which to uiauy was a great
curiosity, tuougn not so to tbe writ
or. It was a half-bushel of paw paws
an tne way iroui Indiana, iliev bad
tbe smell o the real thing and had tbe
watchman kindly turned bis back.
something might have happened.
men mere was nyerlee, a newspaper
uiau of Hood Hiver, aud he was
tempted also, aud might have fallen
bad conditions been favorable. He
came from "back east the borne of
tbe paw-paw, aud It was touching to
see bim liueriug arouud tbat box
wben taps weie sounded at tbe clos-
iu bour on tbe last night aud he
must go. Our sympathies were wltb
him. I'o one wbo ciniio up by the
paw-paw route, tne smell of tbe tru
brings sweet uieiuoiies of boyhood
days tuat mane tne words ot tbe song,
iuoiiie come drive tne cows home."
seem very real, and we could almost
hear tbe rustle ot tbe autumn leaves
under our feet.
Hon. K. Li. Smith was in evidence
everywhere, and what would Hood
Kiver be without himr lbeu there
were hditors Moa and Bradley who
were ou baud ready to give the glad
nand to visiting newspaper men.
among wnoiu were Albert lozier, sec
retary of tbe State Press association
and Timothy lirowuhill of tbe Heaver
State Herald, 'lozier keeps constant
ly on baud a well selected stock ot
newspaper yarns aud Timothy, well
he la uot exacty an Irish comediau
hut he is a past master at telling stor
ies aud be was at bis beet tbat night.
It will pay you to visit bis deu if you
evre go to Uresbam and if be don'l
get your name down ou bis subscrip
tion list we shall miss our guess.
ibe travelul passing Hood Hiver by
rail has no idea ot a valley in tbat
niouutainous district, situated as it
is between the suuw capped peaks of
Hood aud Adams, but when one gets
out on the bill above town aud looks
away toward Hood ou the south he
imaitios tbe valley was made to order,
by the courtesy of Jud Ferguseu, a
real estate man we took a nine mile
diive out through the valley, where
much of tbe way we found splendid
roads and saw many fine orchards
oaded down with apples.
In the evening we were invited out
to the Potter far.n, two aud a hall
miles to tbe south-west aud by tbe
klndnoss of Mrs. Potter were loaded
down with a couple of baskets . ol
great led apples to carry away as sou
venirs of our visit.
It mutters uot how good tbe locality
is in which you live, it pays to get
out from borne occasionally and visit
other sections of tbe country. It en
larges your vision and gives you a
cbauce to learn many I esons of val
ue.' Oregou' has such a varletv oi
soil, cilmate and varied landscape, go
iu any direction you may, that it will
keep you busy to see ali tbe points of
interest, but you don't want to leave
Hood Hiver out of the list. When
you go there you will do well to leave
your money aud your credit at home
unless you want to invest. They will
show you tbe goods and tbey will not
hesitate to tell you there is no other
spto on eartb like it. l'bey tell it just
as though tbey believed it and in an
ongarded moment you are liable to be
tompted to Invest in some of theii
dirt. It seems to be in tbe atmos
phere. Newburg Graphic.
New York Apple Market.
Apple receipts have been heavy here
this week from the middle west
amounting to from 25 t.i 35 cars per
day, but uutwithetanding the liberal
receipt tbe demand has been good
when tbe fruit showed the liuht
quality.- A great many of the western
apples were ot fine quality, and if tbe
westerners continue shipping fruit of
this kind it is predicted that it will
sell better lu this market than tbe ap
ples from New York state. There is
some of the western apples wbicb are
arriving though tbey are cloudy, and
those detract from tbelr value on tbis
market. A considerable quantity of
tbe western apples are being export
ed, the estimates being that tbe for
eign shipments tbis week will exceed
those of tbe previous week.
ibe adviobs from foreign markets
are tbat tbe demand oontiuues good
at unchanged prices, but that fruit
arriving laoks color, and exponers.are
advised : o see that their fruit la of
tbe right color if they want to obtain
tbe best prioes.
ibe report of tbe storm in western
New Yoik have caused farmers to be
even firmer lu tbeir views, and while
buyers aie inclined to tbink tbat the
reports of tbo damage to apples has
been exaggerated, and tbat theie will
still be enough fruit to meet all re
quirements, that thre are some, how
ever, who admit tbat it is probab e
tbat Haldwius will be bougbt at prio
es wbicb were higher than anticipated
during tbe early part of tbe season.
ibe market here sbows no weaken
ing for tbo best quality of fruit.
Western Jonathans are selling at $3.00
to 95 per barrel; (ianos at $3 to $3.50
aud lien Davis at 2.'25 to $3. Ordi
narily at tbis seasou fruit has to com
pete with fine varieties of eastern ap
ples -inch us Snow and Mcintosh, but
these are now extremely scarce. There
is oue reason why tbe fruit is selling
to such good advantage, aud there is
another iu tbe superior quality o the
best or tbe western ollerings. For
medium grade apples tbe trade is
quiet and easier, huid winter fruit
being especially weak. 1' ruit irade
Government buyers wbo have been
iu tbe interior of Oregon in search of
several carloads of cavalry borseslliave
returned with but three bead. Form
erly it was an easy matter to purchase
from one to ten carloads of good cav
alry horses in tbe iuterior counties
within a short time, but horses are so
scarce and high-priced now tbat tbe
government buyers return empty
handed. lieppuer Gazette.
A cold is much more easily cured
wben tbe bowels are open. Kennedy's
Laxative Honey and Tar opens the
bowels and drives tbe cold out of the
system in young or old. Sold by Wil
MANY INVESTORS SINCE THE FAIR
w Purchasers Coining In and Those
Who Own Want More Other Sews
of the Apple Situation.
Events in the wake of tbe fair show
that it did muob to stimulate busi
ness and that Investments of manv
thousands of dollars was tbe result of
strangers coming here to witness it.
investments hare been made not only
by strangers, but by those at home
wbo already have property at Hood
Hiver and bavins idle moner deem it
tbe best place to put it for profitable
re'uiuB. No better indication of
faith iu the continued prosperity aud
profitableness of the Hood Hiver ap
ple can be found than in the fact tbat
tbe laudowner is willing to buy ot his
owu waies aud put tbe profits of his
earnings into still more apple land.
iiuyera are still comma to look for
apple land aud almost every train
brings in several who are here with a
view of purchasing. Most of them
are getting a piece of the famous
Hood Hiver land and there are many
wbo come here on other business in
tent wbo become so interested tbat
they either purchase or become pros
pective purchasers. Sunday is becom
ing a most popular day with landseek-
ers particularly those from Portland
woofoauuot got away dun iug tbe week,
but slip up Saturday u in lit. start ouu
early Sunday morning aud, taking lu
the valley, are able to return on tbe
Tbe apples ahown at Portland tbla
week nave been attracting muob at-
teutiou and, despite tbe ettorta of one
arm to disparage tbe excellence of
fruit by placing a big placard over 150
Doxes of wormy fruit announcing that
tbey were Hood Hiver apples, tbev
are reoeiviug nothing but commenda
tion by all who see tbetu. i'be at
tempt of the firm above meutioued was
quickly put out of business by a Hood
Kiver man wbo saw tbe apples and
telephoned to II. F. Davidson, presi
dent, of tho Commercial club, wbo
gave orders to have the dealer prose
cuted lu tbe name ot the Hood Hiver
Commercial club, as be was prefeotly
sure that tbey were not Hood Hiver
fruit. Another Hood Hiver man, wbo
happened to be in Portland saw tbe
apples and questioned tbe man who
bad them for sale. The dealer claimed
that tbey bad been leoeived from
Hood Hiver and that tbe name was on
the box. The Hood Hiver man offer
ed to wager tii before looking tor the
name tbat tbey were not from Hood
lver. but tne dealer wouldn't bet.
Wben tbe boxes were examined no
name was on them and tbe dealer then
said he hid bought tha fruit irom a
Front street commission man, wbo
said tbey came from Hood River. Tbe
name of tbe firm is understood to be
L. Mayer & Co. Since tbe announce
ment to prosecute bim nothing more
has been beard of wormy apples from
Tbe soarioty of apple piokeu oon
tiuues and growers are . experiencing
considerable dltlioulty in getting help
to pick tbeir crops. Suuday about 'Hi
mnn and women from Hood River,
who have other duties during tbe
week, went out on tbe Mount Hood
train and helped to harvest tbe orop
of one grower wbo was sadly ia need
of help. Since the fair apple ship
ments have commenced to move rap
idly and much other fruit is also be
ing seut out.
The uuderegtimatelng of theii crops
by growers bus oaused something of a
box famine aud was it not tbat Hood
Hiver has a box factory of its own for
the manufacture of these necessary
recetaoles to fruit growers, it is
doubtful it tbe big apple crop at
Hood Hiver could be shipped.. It is
estimated by the Davidson company
tbat tbey will manufacture in the
neighborhood of 125,000 boxes. Tbeir '
first ordar was for 50,000 which they
completed. Many growers placed their
orders for boxes with an out of
town firm which tbey secured. Wben
they oommenoed to pick tbeir fruit,
however tbey found tbat it in most
instanoes was double what they first
estimated it at, aud would bavo to
bave more boxes.' As there is such a
demand tor them in all tbe fruit
growing distriota tbis year it was dis
covered tbat outside firms wbiob bad
been furnishing boxes for Hood Hiver
growerso could not fill their orders.
ibe Davidson company was appealed
to and baa been supplying tbe demand
as fast as possible although they have
been handicapped somewhat for lum
ber. There are at present 20 bands
employed in tbe box factory wbich
bas proved tbe salvation of Hood
Hiver fruit growers tbia year.
Making Apple Day Popular.
Chicago, Oct. 22. At tbe meeting
of tbe Hranch League Saturday, a
oommunioation was roeieved from W.
W. Joy, feature editor of tbe Cbioago
Duliy Journal, offering tho coopera
tion of the Journal iu malting Apple
Day, Oct. 10, popular with the peo
ple, and to make it possible for each
obild 2 in every sectarian or publio
institution , in Chicago to eat a nice,
big, red aple. It was directed by the
members present tbat a reply be sent.
advising tbe Journal that tbe Nation
al League of Commission Merchants
of the U. S., through its Chioago
branob, would contribute tbe required
number of barrels. Tbe Journal esti
mated that it would require tbhty
barrels to give eaoh child an apple. I
Fruit Trade Journal.
Cue's Addition oa the Market.
We have placed in our hands for sale,
all the lots belonging to 11. C. Coe in
Coe's Addition to Hood Hiver.
Lots will be sold at the price of 1200
and up for the next 30 days. This is the
beet opportunity to secure lots in this
beautiful portion of Hood Hiver ever
offered the public.
Then umber is limited and tbe choice
should be made early. One lot with
house, was sold last week. Five lota
and house were sold yesterday. Two
more to-day. They will not last long at
ror further information see
W.J. BAKER A CO,