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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, NOVEMBER 1, 1906.
HOOIi RIVKK COM MKROIALCI.1'11 Meets
very nrond Monday In curb month at I p.
m., in Uie club room over Jx-kwn'i store,
H. V. D a v idsoh, Pre.
A. D. Mob, Secretary.
HOOUR1VEK LOlHjE NO. 105, A. F. and A.
M. Meet Haturday evening on or before
fn iuii immn. a. a. duwiio, w. m.
I). McDonald, Hecretary.
HOOD KIVKR CH AlTKR NO. 7. R. A. M.
Meeu Aral and third Friday nights of each
month u. McDonald, H. r,
A. DMoa, Secretary.
HOOD RIVKK CHAPTER NO. 85. O. E. 8.
Meeta aeooud anil fourth Tuewiay evening
of each mouth, v iHitora roraialiy welcomed.
MUM. I. J. KIN HAIKU, W. At.
MK8. TUKKE8A I'ASTHKa, (Secretary.
lDI.KWli.DK LOlKiENO. 107, I. O. O. F.
Meeu la Fraternal hall, every Tbaraday
nlglil. il. U. C'oe, N, u,
J. K. Reese, BocreUry
KDEN ENCAMPMENT. NO. 48. 1. O. O. F.
Kegnlar nieeliug second and fourth Mondaya
oi eiicn mnmn. n. i;. vxiok, j. r.
H C. Smith, Hcrlbe,
LAUREL REBKK AH DKUREB LolMiE NO.
81, 1. O. O. K.-Meett first and third Friday!
id eacu inontn,
Mrh. K. w". Udell, N. Q.
Mas. Dora Thomson, Secretary,
UtOJIA LODGE NO. 30. K. OK P.
Alteia in K. ot P. hall every Tuwday night.
Thoh. K. Johnson, C C.
V. C. Bkih k, K. ol R. aud 8.
HOOD RIVER CAMP, NO. 7,102, M. W. A.
Meets in K. or 1'. hall every Wednesday
UlKllt, E.H. MAYBS, V.U,
HOOD RIVER CIRCLE NO. 524, WOMEN OK
Woodcraft-Meeu at K. of P. ball on the
Drat and Third Fridays of each month.
Lou McRKVNOl.ua, U. N.
F, W. McReynoldh, Clerk.
RIVERSIDE LODGE NO. 68 A. O. U. W.
Meets tlmt and third Saturday! of each
month. F. H. Blaug, M. W
E. K. Bradley, Financier
Chester Huute, Recorder.
OLETA AH8EMHLY NO. 103. UNITED ART-
iMina. Meelji the first and third Wednes
days work: second and fourth Wednesdays
Artlwuw' nan. it. w. Thompson, m. a,
C. D. rit.iBKli, Hecrtlary.
COURT MOOD RIVER NO. 42, FORESTERS
of America, Meet second and fourth Mon
day lu each mouth in K. or r. nan.
Hkneca F. Foots, C. R.
F. C. Baosius, K. C.
CAN BY POUT, NO. 16, G. A. R. MEETS AT
A. O. U. W. hall, second and tourtb Bat Ur
du jboi eacn nuiiitn ai 20 cioce p. in. am
, O. A. R. niembf ra invited to meet with us.
n. -A. hkinnkr, Commander.
Thomas Uosa, Adjutaut. . .
CANBY W, R. C, No. 10-MEETS SECOND
and fourth Saturdays or each Month In A.
o. U. V). uau at i p. 111.
Ki i.kn Hlount, President.
Okktruiie B. InoLks, Secretary
MOUNTAIN HOME CAMP No. 34t9, R. N. A.
Metta at the K. ol r. Hall or the second and
fourth Fridays ot eaeu month.
Mkm. cakkik Brosius, O.
Mrs. Ella Dakin, Recorder.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
rHYSiCIAN AND 8UEGEON.
Telephones: Office, 281; residence, 811.
SURGEON O. R. 4 N. Co.
H. L. DUMBLE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Successor to Dr. M. F. Sliaw.
Calls promptly nunwer;d in town or country,
liay or Nifht.
Telephones: Residence, 611: Office, 613.
OlHce lu the Itrosius Building-.
E. 0. 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 76X.I,
M. F. SHAW, M. D.
Office in Jackson Block.
Office phone, No. 1471. Residence, No. W3.
Dr. M. H. sharp Dr. Edna B. Sharp
Graduates of the American School of
Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo.
Office and Residence Huxley Cottage,
Phone 25 Hood River.
p 0. BROSIUS, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
'Phone Central, or 121.
Office Hours: 10 to 11 A. M.j 2 to
and 6 to 7 P.M.
H. D. W. PINE0.D.D.S.
Crown Bridge Work a Specialty.
First National Bank
C H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Telephones : Office 283 ; residence 1045
Office over Butler Bank,
Hood River, Ore.
M. E. WELCH,
LICENSED YE1ERI5ARY SURGEON
Is prepared to do any work In the veterin
ary fine. He can be found by calling at or
pli-nlng to Clarke a drug store.
Abstracts Furnished. Money Loaned.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
E. H. HARTWIG,
Will Practice In All Courts.
Office wlrh Ueo. D. Cnlbertsoa A Co. Col
lections, Abstracts, Settlement of Estates,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
SENEGA F. FOUTS
Attorney at Law
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
A. J. DERBY
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
JOHN LELAND HENDERSON
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ABSTRACTER, NO
TARY PUBLIC and REAL
For 23 years a resident of Oegon and Wash
ington. Haa had many years experience In
Real Estate matters, as abstractor, searcher of
tttleaand agent. Satisfaction guaranteed or
Look this list over care
fully and if you don't see
what you want call or write
for complete list. We have
anytnine: you want irom o
acres' up to 300 acres.
No. 248. 60 acre of first claw land, 8
acres bearing orchard, 18 acres three
year old trees, all Hpitzenbergs and
Newtown, 8 acres Btrawb rries which
netted $1200 last year. 10 acres hay,
10 acres ready to be set to trees, 600
chickens witb 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 the best farms in Hood
River valley at a bargain.
No. 221. 80 acres in Beulah Land dis
trict 70 acres eleared and ready for
trees. This land has been farmed
for years and is in prime condition.
Large barn, good house witb 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. 245. 80 acres uncleared, 40 acres
good apple land, balance in timber
and good for pasture. Price only
No. 228. 20 acres unimproved, 5 miles
from town on P.ast Side. All first
class apple land. Beauti ul site for
home and right among soma 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 in clover and timothy. Good
eight-room house, large barn, spring
water and good well on place. 8
shares of ditch stock. This is a rare
bargain. Price $8,000.
No. 249. 10 acres 21 miles out, 5 acres
two year old Spitzenbergs and
Newtowns witb strawberries between
trees, 5 acres clover and vegetables,
new houce and barn, 6 Inches water
stock. Here is a money maker. Price
No. 178. 12 acres, 3 miles out on East
Side, joinea 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 anap 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, 500
Spitzenberg and Newtown trees one
year old, small house and barn, 4
inches water stock. Price $2,250.
o. 224. 18 acres 5 miles out, 11 acres
in alfalfa, 5X) three year old Spitzen
berg trees, 400 bearing trees, good va
rieties, 5 room house, good baru and
apple house. Here is a property that
will pay for itself in three years.
Price $5,250 .
No. 235. 203 acres in upper valley, 12)4
miles from town, 55 acres In cultiva
tion, 6 acre in bearing orchard, 4
acres strawberries, 40 acres in bay,
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 found on
first class farms. Everything In good
repair. Will pay better than 15 per
cent on n 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
HOOD RIVER & PORTLAND, OREGON
The First National Bank
OF HOOD RIVER, ORKUON.
Capital $;0,000 Mirplos $12,000.
MABLE E. PAULSEN
Office: Room 15, Brosiua Building,
HOOD RIVER, ORE.
I P. I HALL-LEWIS & GO.
Civil and Architectural
Engineers and Surveyors
Makt surveye, plana and eatlmatea for few.
r, light and power and railway plant, and
rarniab, aubjent to approval, plana, apecitlca
Uooe and aatlmatea for all elaaaea or bulldinga
publie, private and mercantile. Mperlal at
tention gtvan to economic and alow-barnlng
oaetrnctton. Accuracy and economy guar-
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
STRANAHAN & SLAYENS,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
S. H. COX
Tixmt im Xstimatm fvajruxaa.
FREDERICK & ARNOLD,
EttiaUs tarnished oa all Mndsof work
PhnriAfl' Araold, Mala se.
IIOUBH. rradartek. W.i. aaa
SIMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
Decorative Painting and Paper Hanging
Plans furnished. Estimates care
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
E. A. JEROME,
Having liail wvirai yoara' experience in
drafting aud mtlliltnr I would respectfully
ho licit a part of I lie uuonane of the people of
Hood Klver who anticipate -building. Terma
reasonable, a id natlafactlon suaranteed. Of-
Jca at rwldeuce on Heights.
CAUPENTEK AND BUILDER
f'igurvs Mud estimates furnished on
all kind of building and contracting.
of Mt'.Miiiuville. Oregon, will insure your
property at 60 per rent less coBt than
any other ins.itution.
C. P. ROSS, Special Agent,
Hood River, Oregon
f GOVER. IMENT
Timber and Homestead
I bave for location some choice apple landa
and tttnqer claims; alao rellnquiabiuents and
land to acrlpt. Call on or add re,
Wm. f. rand,
Res. Phone 376. Hood River. Ore.
Shepard & Franz
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Are in correspondence with all parts of
the United K ates and are in good posi
tion to sell your :
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Orient Fire Insurance Co.
Hood River Marble Works
Am prepared to execute
all orders for granite and
marble work, mumum-nls,
Also contract fur .-ill kinds
of stone masenry, con
McEWEN & KOSKEY
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Prompt sales and quick returns
Wholesale dealer in all kinds of Firt
and Produce. Consivninenis solid i d
129 Front Sttree, Portland. Ore.
Eureka Meat Market
M. U'IKE l'.ROs., Prop..
Dealers in Fresh and fund .Menu, Lird
I'millrv. I'm U and Wyt-t ,bir8.
I'Ih.h.- .VI I i 35.
J. A. . TILLMAN Y
MT. HO01 HOTfcL
Cider, Champagne Cider, Genuine
Champagne, Vinegar, Wines
from grk-a and rmall frui a Alcol.cl
from cereals, vegetable, plants, (ruin
and wond anil valuaulu tariff. Sci .1
f 1 for bok giving pr!ct:cl h formation
how to make them I.KO ABEL,
P. O. U-a 604, Puiliand, Ore
FA. BT4 LIT, K.L.B it,
V. C. Brock, Att.
NOTICE FOR PI' l.l.K'ATIOV j
fnlted8talil4udm,v. The lixIL. On-'
fon, AUK. 10, lt. NolHv l tu-lvliy kivcii tllnl i
lu rumpltaiive witb the cmviMiiii ot the art
or(ii(rraaof June . K. nimli.l "An H, I
Hr thriaiia of Umber lamia 111 Hie shite, of
California, Oregon, Nevn.li,, ami WaahiiiKtou !
Territory," aa extended t.. all Uie Vubiw Land !
HUM by act of Augui t, iwj,
PAUI. M. 11AI.L-I.KW1S,
of Hood River, count; if Whm-h, tto ol Ore-
a-on.haa tula day nietl In thin oilW-e In awnrn
alatenipnt No. JaJfiK. lor Hie imri liane of the
HK'jN V and Nr.Jsw ,.oian-tioii -u. town
aliip 1 north range lue., M . M.,and will otfi
pmof loahow tnat Ine limit wiiikih i mun
valuable lor tbe timber or .tone tncrtim than
for agricultural puriH.v w. and to mtablisli
bla claim to aaid Vantf Ix tore the Ib-xiaur and
Keoelver.at tbe Land Ullli- in I he 1'iillin. iirf
omNoveinbt r 22, lWia.
llenameaaa iiihh' mi ihui c. iuihI
all of Hood Klver, Oregon.
. c, u . ... .inii'.iiiiiiii, n, . t iri
Any and ail peranux viaimliiK ailveraely
anyot the abovedeaerltx-il (amis are nnutwt-
ea to nie inetr ciauua in inn. otni-e on ur oe-
lore Ilia aaid 22d day of Niveiuter, l!i.
NOTICE FOR l'l liLR'ATlDN
I'nlled Htatra Land tinu-e, The Dallea, ore.
Aui. St). ISuS. Notti la lu reliy aivrii thut In
compliance wltrt the provislotiN ul the ai-t nl
IVinareaa of June 3, entiiied "An ail lor
tbeaale of timber land. 111 the siulra of l ull-
Airnia. Orecoli, Nevada, and WuliliiKloti Ter
rllorv." aa extended U all Ilia Public Land
atatea, by artof AUKiit 4, W.'i, the fnllowini!
named peraoua have on April l'.Klii, tiled In
thlaoltlee their aworn atHlemeiiiH, ui-w It:
MAUDE A. FAIKI1ANKS,
of Seattle, oouuty of K I iik. In the atiite ol
Waaliinaton. i-wom alHteiuent No. 'J.vji. '11
the uurcliaae of theHKV. of ati-tinn 'i. liiu'ti
ablp 1 north, range V eaat W. M.
CHAHLF.S J. FA1KHANK8
of Seattle, county of Kina, stale of WaKlilna
ton, aworn alatement .No. Ji.7, for the pur
chaaeofthe W,KE, MKsh1,, aection Hi,
and NW!,SWK aection.Vi, township 1, nortli
ranee e.. W. M.
that they will oner prooi to ximw that the
landa aoitKht are more valuable, tor the
timber aud atone thereon limn fur afi (cultural
purpoaea. and to ealulillsli their cliitina to
aald landa before the Keg-Inter aud Receiver,
at the lund ottlce, lu The liallea, Oregon, on
xvoveinoer d, law.
They name the following wltncwica! Nll ('.
Olson, of 1'ortland, Oregon, Maude A. ralr-
Dauaa ana Limriea j. rairnanitit, or Nealtle,
Any and all persona clulniliiu advcraelv
any of the ataive dtwcrlbed andH are reipiivteu
to Hie their ulalma In thin nlllce on or hvl'iirt
aald tit h day of November, !:..
Mi-nn MHIIAtL 1. NULA.N, KegUter.
n the county court Of the Slate of Oregon for
w aaco county. ,
In the matter of the estate of Henry Htef
To Htefanua Johanaen, Stefantia SlofliinKon.
namuei ntenanon joiianna sntia v irtenan
Undellaklr t ola, i'uruii luan, Klnluuil. aud
all other persona, known and unknown, In
terested In aald entate: (ireelltiK.
In the name of tint atnle Oregon, vmi are
hereby cited aud required to annenr In tle
the county court of the at ate ot otegun, fur
county of Wasco, at the liei-enihi r term ol
aald court, at the Court ruiitii thereof, at The
tiaiieacny, in aaia county, on Mommy, the
17th day of December, ltimi. at two o'clock in
the afternoon of Hint day, then and there to
ahow cause why an order should not bcgriint'
ed to John Hakel, administnitor, to sell said
real eatats hereinafter described : the south
quarter of the south wem q Hurler ul Hie south,
weat quarter of Section Hixteeu In Township
two norlh of Range Tun, east of the Wil
Wit nea, the Hon, A. K. Luke, JudKeofsiild
County t'ourt with theaeal of said loiirlaltlx
e this -.Mill day of October, l'.Kki,
Attest: S. bollon, Clerk.
The dale of the ft rat publication of this cita
tion la November 1, Haiti. nl.dl;)
NOTICE OF FJNAV SETTLEMENT
In the matter of the estate of Harvey J. llyr
Notice ia hereby Riven that the nnderalgned
has tiled bla final repot and account aa ad
minialralor of the estate of Harvey J. Hry
kett deceased, and that the county court of
tbe State of Oregon, for Wusou.counly, has
appointed Monday, the 5th day of November,
190B. at the hour often o'clock a. m. of aald
day aa the time, and the county court room
In tbe county court house iu Dalles City,
Wasco county, Oregon, as the place for tile
hearing of said final report. All persons hav
ing objection! to said reiwrt are hereby no
tified to be present tit said time and place aud
present aucb objections. If any there be.
Dated this 6lh day of September, UKKi.
K. O. BLANCH Alt,
In the Circuit Court of the Stat or Oregon,
for the county of Wasco.
Knima M. Bullock, Plaintiff,
A. Bullock, Defendant.
In the name of the State of Oregon : You
are hereby required to appear aud aniwer the
complaint tiled against you In the above en
titles court and cause on or before the d
day of November, ltiOtl, and If you fail to ap
pear or answer, the plaintiff will annlv to the
court for the relief applied lor In her com
plaint, wnicn ia, tor a decree dissolving the
bonds of matrimony exist ing at. tbia time be
tween plaintiff and defendant herein.
Thlsisummona Is published mirsusnt to an
order ol the court made by the Honorable
w. u. nrausnaw, judge ol the circuit court of
tbe State of Oregon for Wasco count v sul.l
order bearing date 4lh day of Octolwr,
and which order directs that the summons
in nils autt should be served upon you by pub
lication thereof once aweek lor six consecutive
weeks In the Hood Hiver Glacier, or Wasco
Oounty, Oregon, the first publication to biv
(in on the nib day of October, lsotl, and the
fast publication thereof to he the lh rinv of
November, lUWi. WALDKMAR HKTON.
oll-na Attorney lor Piaiutlfl
In the Circuit court of the State of Oregon for
iuo wfiiuij ui ntmii
Mary K. Bragg, Plaintiff
Thomas Bragg, Defendant.
ToTbomai Bragg, defendant above named.
In the name of the atate of Oregon you are
hereby required m anrjear and answer tin.
complaint nied against you In the above en
titled court and suit on or tiefore the first day
of December, IWKi, and If you fall to so answer,
"uoiitinn, .no inniul.111 Will Kppiy lO
the court for the relief prayed for In her com.
plaint tiled therein to-wit:for a Wr. n,a.
solving the bonds of matrimony now existing
Ivii. ur iuim rim r.i 1 1' ant l..l...l..'
Thlaaummontlspubllalied n'ursouoi in an
order made by the lion. A. K. Lake, iudirn of
the county court of the HI ate of Oregon for
W asco oounty, dated the lHtn day ol October,
ltwtj, and which orde directs that the sum
mona In thia atilt be served upon you by pub
lication once a week for alx consecutive weeks
In tbe Hood Klver Glacier, the firat publica
tion being on the lath day of October, Intnl.
M CLAUDE 8TRAHAN,
ol8-2 Attorney for Plaintiff.
For rJale-The very finest of strawberry
plants raised on clover sort or this .nrin.
setting, In iargeoramail orders by Guignard
iwigoi. i nunc 1. novi.tr
DR. JONES, Dentist
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plates.
Treatment of dioeaaed teetb and gunia.
Office Broaius Building. Pliune 1033.
MEET TO TALK
WILL NOT Bh OPPOSED BY DALLES
Sentiment at the County Seat Now In
Favor of ew ('utility. Say
TIir niWiinn lit'l l Tupailayl evening
to cntisi.lcf whtit iictiou sltotilJ lie
takeu In lorwa.iliiig the movuimmt to
8touro tbo ('cUl)lisltincitt ot CaM-ndo
county, wua atteuJuJ by a uutnber ol
rfiiieai'iitittive iu vi from tho fity and
vulloy utui hh inuikeil by a unnniiiii-
lyjil aeniiiMit In ltd fiivor. A map
w liit'll Imil Leon iro:iri I allowing tin'
lines of tho iiiniusml county aul
which ia aaiii to uiet't with the ai
pruvHl of the biiminoas men hikI otitin
ty oiiiciuia ac ine l'nlli-8, nati ou ex
hibition, l'he 1'ttt.t liuo as MiliiHtd
by it will be about one tnilo east ot
the uiotitttoin lHiik'B between Hoot
Uiver hikI Moaier and riinuiuii Htiiith
tcwuril Mount Hood about .'10 in ilea,
l'he line then runs aoukli cuttinuolf a
Hinull area in Culckaiuaa rouulv to
Mtiltuouiah, through which it con
buck to the Columbia river below
ISoumtville. lu area it would have
about iM g(imre miles.
1 ho meeting was culled to order by
II. i'. Daviilaon, president; of the
Ciiuiuierciid Club with A. D.i.Moe uct-
iniz an cecretmy. Mr. DaviiiNon etitt-
ed the puriioee ot the Imeel ins and
ead the cull which had beeu nuhlinh
ed anil suit! it hutl been called at the
rejucst of residenti of the valley and
dity who thought Unit the time Imn
Joiuo to eetablibh a new ccuutr. i'iiut
the meetiu); wua au open ono mid
oon-pai'tisun aud was ready for the
iisciiBiun ol' any uuesliou rein ting tt
its purpose. He attiil be would like U
hare any oue who wits pi'fKdiL aud
hud any aruuuieut to ivhUo HguiuKt
the nioveiiieut to btitto it. i'hut Liu
meeting was open to Cbiiviction aud il
it could be shown that tho il imd vntit-
ages were gienter tliun the HtivauliiKi''
to te derived, we didn't want it, but
if they wore, we did. As fur us hi
was personally comtei net) he hud de
cided thut it was the proper thing to
do aud the meeting wus citllod tor the
purpose of devising tho tiet-t wav to
do it and culled upon those pieaimt
tor an expresUou in regard to the
J. Li. Henderson, who hsui lioot.
at The Dulles and hud tnlked tin
mutter over witb the county oiiic
iuia and busi tens men there, s iin
that he was lod to believe thut by
placing tbe line aa ludicuted iu the
map there would be no opposition
from the Dalles people, who said that
they would make no objection if the
line was placed west of Mosier. lie
said be hud left It to them to tlx the
Hue aud it had beeu indicated by Mr.
Uoit, of tbe oounty clerk's otUoe, and
was appttreufly satisfacioiy. Other
that lie had talked with were of tbe
same opinion and aald that if tbe ma
jorityiu the limits o? the new county
were iu favor of the county being di
vided they would uot oppose it it the
line was not pinned too near to The
Dulles. Senutor Wbealdou, whom he
had oousulted, expressed tbe idea thut
it would be better to grant tbo new
oouuty than to continue a warfare (hut
wag only engendering bud feeling mid
stated that if the sentiment 1 1 1- a new
county wus timitiiinoiis he v ould not
oppose it. Others whom bn talked
with felt tbe uiwno wuy wil.it one or
two exceptions and Mr. Henderson
said lie Mougnt ttnit by iippciui i j a
oonimittoe of business men here to
meet a similar committee trotn I he
Dalles au amicable Kcttlurr.pnt cm. Id
Irutnuu ISutlcr foilowod ftir. lien-
deisou and said he thongi i i In i t
way to discover it there w,it. any op
position to the new county was t )
have committees appointed to circi -
lute petitions anil discm-iT it tht re
were any who wore oimiiso I to it hi. I
also to diMOuvur what their objections
V. C. Urook thought thut d .ta nd
information in regard to revenue, tax
es, and other tiling Unit hliujd i,u
known iu regard to the co lurt of a
couuty goveinuient otinlit tn In c-
tired and was informed that tho run -
mittue who bud the multor i.. li .o.i
had made ariiiugeiuents to secure it.
J lie questiou as to the Imi-t wav to
proceed iu appointing committccB iiinl
others to aid the executive cimiunt-
ee was then taken uii aud iliscuspod
and was pitrtii ipated in by .1. il.
Ueilbronner, Frank Cram, A. A.
ayue, S. h. Ilitrtmess, U. li. lirad-
ley, P. S. Davidson, ami W. K. Urib-
tile, or Mount llood. lJu motion of
Mr. ltutler, seconded by S. K. l!urt
mess, a resolution was passed to ap
point a ways mid means cuinimttee In
ucuate petition)" and discover if
there wus any opposition to the new
oouuty. In answer to a piation iron;
Mr. uribble ns to how Mosier ft It
about being Jelt out ot I In new com:
ty, Chairman Duvidnn i-nid that 1 e
didn't know, but ttiHt tby had vote I
to stay in the old one when Di" ''- t
ter was being agituted liclni h un i n..p-
posed they were hi ill of the name
It seemed to be the opinion of the
meeting thut tbe time foi considering
.Hosier's attitude hutl passed and that
tbe proposition would now have to be
takeu up witb The Dalles and winked
out on that line.
After some other discussion in re
gard to questions affecting the situa
tion the meeting waa adjourned.
Shipping: fruit to Australia.
The opening of the markets of the
Orient for Weuatchee valley fruit has
been takeu up by some ot the fore
most fruit grower; of this section.
K. Wagner, one of the most exten
sive frtii( growers in tbe valley, will
leave ahoitly witb 3,000 boxes of
prime apples for Australia markets,
goiug to Melbourne, Sydney and oth
er prominent places of importance iu
that country witb reference to tbe
opening of these markets for Wenat
chee valley producta.
The marketing of Weuatchee apples
in Australia ia no experiment, aa
quite a shipment was made there last
year. Tbe buyers trotn New Zealand
and Australia were attiacted a year
ago by tbe magoitlcenoe of tbe dis
play of Chelan county fruit at tbe
Portland exposition. These buyers,
who hal formerly purchased from
California, were aurprlced at the
fruits from the new district in the
state of Washington, and it was iu
thia mauuei thai Mr. Wagner'i atteu
ciod was oirawn to ine markets aoroaa
the eea. The applea to be shipped
are to oe carerully wrapped and pack
Tbt largeat apple crop in tbe histo
ry of tbe VYenatchee valley it now be
ing barrsted. 11. IS. lloloomb will
hare about 2j curloada of his own
growing, Conrad Koec 15, Z. A. Lu
ham '.n, H. Wagner h a already chip
petl to .Nome thia year an amount
equal to U carloada. II. S. Simmons
is credited with 4,(100 boxes, U. (J,
Fiance 4,iX). C. U. Cooper. 5, MOO,
Caduian Bros. 3,500 aud II. K. Mat
tclei i,(KK boxes. Fruit Trade Jour
Relic of Heipner Klimd.
Mrs. F. 3. Duuu, of Tckoe. bus re
ceived by express trom lloppner, Or.,
a trtiiiK wiucn sue formerly owned
aud which was swept away with her
toother a residence iu the memorial
llood of June 14, r.Mi.l, says a co. res
pondent iu a Spokane putter. The
trunk, containing clothing, books,
piciuiea, silverware aim inters, was
swept di.wu Willow creea, 'Hi miles
aud imbedded lu aaud and debris
trom the mined towu. It lay utidls
turoeii uiuii receuuy, wnen It was
uueaithed by meu working near tbe
batiks ot the uow ruinous stream. Af
ter satisfying themselves of the ident
ity ol 1 110,0 a uer, tbe nu leis delivered
it to C. F. liedtlel.1. a luwver ol
Heppuei, a brother of Mrs. Duuo,
who forwaided it to Tekoa.
The contents ot the .trunk were
marred and damaged oy the wut rand
mud, but the printing iu tbe books
and writing iu the letters is still legi
ble. Dried uiud and sund still auhere
to the silverware framed pictures and
small clock, but otherwise they
bow uo evidence of exposuie to tbe
Mra. Dunu had boen visiting foi
soiiu time at her brother's residence
and left for her home iu Portland the
lay before the disaster. The bouse
u which ber brother. Mr. Itodlield
lived, was swept away aud Mrs. Ked
ll old and her 13 year old dauuhter
were tit owned. Chronicle.
Tho Story ra Koil.
Oscar Vandorbilt, a big fruit lanoh-
er ul Hood Klver, carried a big roll oi
oiiJs lu his pocket several days wblcb
he did nut kuow was there until he
receive! a telegram which enlightened
iu ui. The bills iu bia pocket ronre-
seated several buudred dollars aud
bad Luju piatel tl e.e by au overcaut-
ous clurk at a Lots! at llood Klver
who thought the money more safe iu
au overcoat pocket thau iu a vault.
Mr. Vauderbilt was ou his wav to
Portland and stopped for dinner at
the hotel at Hood Kiver. There was
no check room at the hostelry but the
guests weie accustomed to hang their
coats ou a row of pegs which hnnu
bBok of the dork's desk.' Mr. Vau
derbilt placed his overcoat on one ol
these pegs and went into dinner.
The clerk was culled to meet a train
aud as there was uo one to take his
piuoe no was arraiu to leave the tuon-V
.... I.. It,. H t it . J
oy iu bun uruwur, i uapiiy mOUgUl!
struck- mm auu he bid the bis roll ol
bills in the pocket of au overcoat
which hung nearby, thinking ol
oourse uo one would look there and
he thought he would be back by the
time the owuer of the garment re
It hHppoued I hut the overcoat Le-
ouged to Mr. Vauderbilt aud he wa(
uhuduled to catch the train which
the clurk went to meet. He hurried
tiotii the dining room, grabbed his
cout and sped away to the do not.
When the clerk returned the Brat
thing he did was to look for his mon
ey. Finding that tbe oveicout and
money bad disappeared he wag nearly
frantic. He sent telegrams to every
one ot the guests that had departed on
that train aud thanks to the honesty
of Mr. Vauderbilt the oleik still holds
"i-iook iu overooat pocket for .mon
ey which belongs to hotel. If there
bo so kind as to forwaid. All a mis
Thus reud the telegram received by
Mr. Vauderbilt wheu he was iu the
train. Ho thought that it was a case
of mistaken identity or that someone
was trying to play a joke on him but
when ho stuck his hand in his pocket
and encoiiutred tho precious green
tmckip hu knew butter. He immediate
ly sent the money buck.
Mr. Vauderbilt has beeu telling his
trionda about the Hotel Portland oi
his experience and if they give a
laugh ot disbelief he shows them the
telegram which he says he intends to
have framed. Oregonian.
The boat treatment for indigestion
and troublos of the stomach ia to rest
the stomach. It can be rested by
starvatiou or by the use of a good di
geutuut which will digest the food
eaten, thus tuking the work oil tbe
stomach. At the proper temperature
a single teuBpoouful of Kodol wili
wholly digosb 3,000 grains of food. It
relieves tho present annoyanoe, puts
the stomach in shapa to satisfactorily
perfoirn its lunitions. Uood for in
digestion, sour stomach, flatulence,
palpitation of the heart aud dyspep
sia. Kodol ia muds in strict confor
mity with the Natiouul Pure Food
aud Drug Law. Hold by Wililams
Had a Clu (all.
"A dangerous surgical operation,
involving the removal of a malignant
ulcer, as lurge as my baud from my
duughtoi 's hip, was prevented by tbe
applicatiou of liucklen'i Arnica
Salve," guys A. 0. Stlckol, of Mile
tus, W. Va. "Persistent use of the
Siilve completely cuied it." Cures
cut:), burns, an linjuries, 25 cents at
Chag. N. Cluike, druggist.
('oe' Addition on the Market.
We have placed in our hands for sale,
all the lots belonging to II. C. Coe In
Coe's Additioa to Hood Kiver.
Lots w ill be sold at the price of $200
and up for the next 30 days. This is the
la -t opportunity to sccire lots in this
beautiful portion of Hood Kiver ever
offered the public.
Then umber is limited and the choice
should be made early. One lot with
house, was sold last "week. Five lots
and house were Bold yesterday. Two
more to-day. They will not laBt long at
For further information see
W.J. BAKER & CO.
APPLE CR( ? MAY
BE 200,005 BOXES
LARGER THAN ESTIMATES SO FAR
(irowers Having Some Difficulty la
netting: Fruit Hauled More Team
Neees-rj ia the Future.
Since apple srowert have nnmmnnn.
ed to ship apples aud are finding out
that their crops are much larger than
at first estimated those who ought to
kuow say that the uumlier of boxes of
applea this year will be far ia excess
of the 11 tires as first alven out for
this yeai'a crop.
Altogether the number of tinven that
bave or will be made for ilocd Riv
er s big crop of truit will foot no in
the neighborhood of 200,000. This ia
between 50,000 and 75,000 more thau
it was at first thought would be tbe
figures. A 200.000 box crop will call
tor atiout 400 oars and will be almost
double the amount of applea ever
shipped from llood River before.
Una ot the obstacles that haa had ta
be oveioome thia year and that will
become ruoie important each year aa
more orchards come into bearing la
to provide means of tiansportation
trom tbe orchard to the railroad. At
present every available team aud wag
on that can be seoured is engaged in
naming apples and even with all tbe
facilities that the valley now possesses
ine mill is not oomlua In aa fast as It
should. In order to haul the crop
this year it is thought that it will re
quire at least 4,000 team loads.
Handlers bave found that theyjare uu-
able to cope with tbe situation and
bave engaged the transfer companies
to haul their apples lor them. On
niau who has lo.OOO boxes of applea
figures that it will cost him some
thing like iOOO to have thera brought
in. The ordinary rancher's apple
wagon will not hold more than 10 or
M boxes ot apples, but the big wagona
being used by tbe transfer companies
wnioh have four hoise teams can haul
about 100 boxes.
It ia pointed out that before noxt
year something will bave to be doue
to render it possible to bring tbe ap
ples in more rapidly. Borne growers
who bave but 3,000 or 4.000 boxes
this year expect next year to have
twice that many aud even more.
With 4,000 wagon loada this year It la
possible that the number will be
double next year and imeans that it
will furnish work for many teams and
men for several weeks.
Tbe shipment of apples during tho
past ..week has averaged from tour to
five oaia a day. A number of cars
bave been shipped from the east side
over the Mount Hood railroad to the
warehouses here. . where they have
been repacked ami shipped to their
destination. The union has received
an order for between 20 and 30 oara of
Newtowns from a large commission
firm in New York iu addition to the
large consignment to Loom is St, Co..
but as yet it is not known whether "
they can be supplied.
While many growers have enormous
yields of Newtowns, the banner
crop, so far, has been reported by L.
Struck, who will average 11,400 an
acre from 3 aorei of these prolifio and
high prloed appes. Pro baby the laig
est yield of applet on any one tree in
the valley is oue repotted by J. L.
Carter, who took 43 boxes of apples
from a tree of Khode Island Green
ings. The banner wagon load of applea so
far this season was brought iu Satur
day by Lou Moise from tbe Chris.
Dethmun orchard, consisting of 134
boxes of Bpitzoubergs. which brought
Origin of Oregon Apples.
The Oregon bureau of labor aud
statistics has compiled tbe following
facts ooucer jing tbe early history of
apples and other fruits in Oregon:
ine first apple seeds . were Planted
at Vauoouver in 1825,
The cutleaved or evergreeu black
berry came from the Sandwich isl
The Lewelling and Bing cherries
were originated by tieth Luelling.
ine Uoiden prone was originated
by J. ti. Lambert.
In the year 1848 Henderson Luellina
brought yearling graded apple, cher
ry plum, prune, peach grape and ber
ry sprouta trom lowa and hauled
them across the plains.
lbe first nursery was started at
Milwaukee in 1848 by Luelling &
lu 1850 a Mr. Ladd started a nurse
ry at liutevuie. in tbe same I year
George Hettlemeir started one at
A ni rsery was started at Salem
Tbe first box of Yellow Newtown
Pippins sold In Portland for $75 a
box, or fl per apple. Tbey were
grown by Henderson Luelling. In
Oiegon apples sold in San Fiau-
oisco at 2.50 per pound.
In 1854 501 bushels of Oregon ap
ples were shipped and leturned a not
profit of $1.50 to 12 per pound.
lu 1805, 0000 bushels were shipped.
and returned 120 to t30 per bushel.
The export of 1H5G wa 20,000 boxes.
In 1850 one box of Esopns Spiten
berg apples paid tbe shipper a net
profit ot 100, and three boxes of
Wiuesaps were sold in Portand for
From laoii to 1809 the bimonthly
fall and wiuter shipments of applea to
San Francisco by steamer averaged
In 1857 Henry Miller received scions
ot Italian (Fallenburg) prune and
grafted them ou bearing plum trees
In 1858 Beth Luelling set the first
prune orchard, five acres, near Mil
waukee. J. R. Ct rdwell claims tbe o red It for
having set out tbe first commercial
prune orchard on the coast. He set
out 6,000 trees between the yean 1871
Wash your hand with warm water.
diy with towel and apply Chamber
lain's Salve just before going to bed,
and a speedy cure is certain. Tbia
salve ia also invaluable for tore nip
ples, itching piles and skin diseases.
For sale by Kelr & Cass,