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HOOD RIVES, OBEGON, JANUARY 31, 1907.
HOOD RIVKR t'OMMERCIALCLCB Meets
every necoiol Monday in em b month at p.
m., lu ilia club iomu over Jackson's store.
H. K. l vnwos, Pres.
A. D. Mok, Hwrrtary.
HOOD HI VfcU LolMlh No. 1(6, A. y. and A.
M. Meets calumny evening; on or before
each full moon. A. D MuB. W. M.
I). McUonald, Hecretary.
hood kiver ch aitkr no. yr. R. a. m.-
Mecl Unit aud third Friday nlghM of each
month, I. McDonald, H. P.
A. 1. Mob, Hecrelary.
HOOD UIVKR CHAPTER NO. , O. K. B.
Meets swcoucl and fourth Tuesday evening
of each month. Visitor! onrdialiy welcomed.
Kva Clakkb, W.M.
Mas. Thekisa CAHTXKK.bfecratary.
IOLKW1LDKLO OE NO. 107, I. O. O. r.
Meets lu Fra vrnal ball, every Thursday
ntf lit. H- C. Harm, N. U.
J. H. Fekouson, cretary
EDEN ENCAMPMENT, NO. 48, 1. O. O. F.-lU-anlar
uiwling second and fourth Mondays
of each inoiitii. R. J. Pahhott, a r.
J. M. HI'll mki.tzkr, Scribe.
KEMP LOIH1K, No. 181, 1. 0. O. F.-MeeU In
oduil Improvement Co.'s ball every Batur
dayuliitil. Visitors cordially welcomed.
II. U. MA8IKEH, N. O.
L. A. E. CLAHK, Keff. Beoy.
lAi.cU-.L KKHKKAH DKUREE LOlKiE NO.
l, 1. 0. O. F.-Aleets tlrat aad third Fridays
'ii each mouth.
M ihs Zoka Day, N. Q.
Ella Mav Davidson, tseoreutry.
WAUCOMA LOIH1K NO. 30, K. OF P.
Meeut lu K. ot P. hall every Tuesday night
W. E. HH terra, C. C.
J. K. Nicuols, K.of R. and 8.
HOD RIVER CAMP, NO. 7,702, M. W. A.
Meets lu 1. O. o. K. hall every Wednesday
night, E. H. Mayes, V. 0.
C. U. DAKIN, Clerk.
HOOD RIVKR CIRCLE NO. 624, WOMEN OF
Woodcraft-Meet at K. of P. ball on the
Brut aud Third Fridays of each month.
Lou M KKVNOLU8, O. N,
F. W. McReynolus, Clerk.
RIVERSIDE LODGENO. (18 A. O. U. W.
Meets llrst and third Saturdays of each
month. F. II. Blaoo, M. W.
E. R. HKAriLKY, Financier
CH kstkk bHVTK, Recorder.
OLETA AHMKM BLY NO. 103, UNITED ART-lhans.-Mtx.-ia
the iirsl and third Wednes
rtvH, wot a: ni-ond and fourth Wednesdays
Artemis' Hall. Mas. A. D. MctiUIBK, M. A.
C. D. liKNauH, Secretary.
COURT MOOD KIVER NO. 42, FORESTERS
of America, Meets second and fourth Mon
days lu each mou h in K. of P. hall.
B. V. Aknold, C. R.
F. C. BkosU'8, 0.
CANUY POHT, No. lti.U. A. R. MEETS AT
A. O. U. W. bull, second aud tourlli Satur
day of each moutli at'io'clock p. m. All
j. A. R. membtts invited to meet with us.
A. C. Bui'K, Commander.
8. F. Blytiie, Adjutant.
CAN BY W. R. C No. 16 MEETS SECOND
aud lourth Saturdays of each Month In A.
O. U. W. ball at 2 p. m.
Maktha Riqby, President.
A Lit) A HllOKMAKfcK, Secretary
MOUNTAIN 110 ME CAMP No. 31U9, R. N. A.
Meets at I. O. O. K. Hull on the second and
fourth Fridays ol each month.
Mas. SUSIE MAYES, O.
Mbs. Ella Dakin, Recorder. .
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Telephones: Office, 281; residence, 81L
8UKOKON O. R. AN. Co.
H. L. DUMBLE,
PHYKICIAN AND SURGEON.
Successor to Dr. M. F. Shaw.
Calls promptly answered In town or country,
Day oi Night.
Telephones: Resiili nee, 611: Office, 013.
. office In the Broslna Betiding.
E. 0. DTJTR0, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office and Residence over First National
Hank, Hood River, Oregon.
Phone Main 871
DR. J. EDGINGTON,
Physician and Surgeon
Office over the First National bank.
Office r hone 4(3 lies, phone 1181
M. F. SHAW, M. D.
Office in Jackson Block.
Office phone, No. 1471. Residence. No. 588.
Dr. M. H. Sharp
Dr. Edna B. Bharp
Graduates of the American School ol
Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo.
Office and Keeidence Huxley Cottage,
Phone 25 Hood River.
0. BR0S1US, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
'I'houe Central, or 121.
10 to 11 A.
and 6 to 7 P. M.
M.; 2 to
DR. . T. CAftNES
Office over Hnrt-mes Htore
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
H. D. W. PINEO.D.D.S.
Crown Bridge: Work a Specialty.
Kirnt National Bank
H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
Tplpnhones: Oiriee283; residence 1045
fiHiiw over Butler Bank,
Hood Rivkr, Orb.
M. E. WELCH,
LICESEI VETER1SARY SCRGE0S
Is nreuared to do sny work In the veterin
ary line. He can be fonnd by calling at or
pb'ning to Clarke s drug store.
Abstracts Furnished. Money Loaned
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
E. H. HARTWIG,
win PruHtrpjn All Conrta.
nifira wlrh (4. D. (;ulbertson A Co. Col
lections. Abatrscts. Settlement of Fstates.
HtH)l RIVKR. ORK 'N-
A. J. DERBY
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
TOWN LELAND UENDEKSOa
ATTOBNKY-AT-r-AW. ABSTRACTER. NO-
TAKY ' 'Liu ana uc.i u
W: i'''B AOKNT.
For 2S vears a reh snt of Oigon and Wash
ington. "Has had n.any years experience in
Rel Kstate nistten, abstractor, searcher of
titles and agent. Baii-faction guaranteed or
There is Mone
to be Made
in Hood River
During the winter season you can
pickup bargains that will surely
inhance in value. We have all
kinds of lots, improved and unim
proved, that will be
money in the spring.
There are opportunities
all around you. The ques
tion is : Do you want to
make a few hundred dollars?
Of course you do. It's easy.
Come and see us
J. H. Heilbronner & Co.
H00D RIVER and PORTLAND, ORE.
STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Flam ah Estimatm fmuau.
FREDFRICK A ARNOLD,
Estimates larniihtd on all klndtef work
SIM0NT0N & SONS -
Architects and Builders.
Iteonrathe Painting and Papet Hangln
Piling furnished. Estimate care- .
HOOD RIVER, OREGON,
E. A. JEROME,
Hsvlna had several years' experience In
1 K. i it 1 wnnlfl rasnectfullV
solicit s part of the patronage of the people of
Hood River who anucipsie ouuumg.
reasonable, aid satisfaction guaranteed. Of
fice at residence on Heights. ; ;
of McMinnville. Oregon, will insure your
property at 60 per cent less cost tuan
any other institution. -
J n . ma. AM ntlW i .
Hood Rlter, , 0rer
Timber and Homestead
I have for location tome cbolot apple lands
and tlmqer claims; also relinquishment and
land to script. Call on or address.
Wm. f. rand,
Rea. Phone 376. Hood River. Ore.
Best line of Cigars in
Also handle line of
Pipes, Tobaccos and.
The place to get an easy
rillUVtitlllU unSL-VUlflB UttU tui
, r 1 -L K
jUUf BUUp 1PI lUetil iJiJUIltau 111
Porcelain Baths in Connection
GRAY & RUSSELL, Props.
rjB.HTAHt.ir, E. UHmitb,
ITe. Vlee-Prea. ;
V. C. Rbock, Asst.
Cashier. .: s
The First National Bank
OF HOOD RIVER, OREUON. 1 :
Capital $50,000 Surplus, $12,000.
MABLE E. PAULSEN
Office: Room IS, Broslua Building,
HOOD RIVER, ORE. '
P. H. HALL-LEWIS I CO.
Civil and , Architeccaral
Engineers ind Surveyors
Mnk snrvevs. nlans and estimates for sew
er, llnht and power and railway plants, and
furnish, sabjeot to approval, plans, specifica
tions and estimates for all clause, of buildings
puhllo, private and mercantile. Hpecial at
tention a-ivan to economic snd slow-burning
construction. Accuracy and euonomy guar-
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Hood River Marble Works
Am prepared to execute
all ordenj for granite and
marble work, monuments,
Also contract for all kinds
of stone masonry, con
McEWEN & KOSKEY
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Prompt sales and Quick 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, Fruits and Vegetables,
trie Delivery. Phone Main 35,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Estimates furnished on request. An
honest job guaranteed.
Cider, Champagne Cider, Genuine
Champagne, Vinegar, Wines
from crapes and small fruits. Alcohol
from cereals, vegetables, plants, fruits
and wood and valuable recipes. Send
$1 for book giving practical information
bow to make them. JL.&U Z.ABt.1
P. O. Box 604, Portland.Or
Shepard & Franz
HO0O RIVER, OREGON.
Art in correspondence with all parts of
the United rv.ates and are in good posi
tion to sen your
Northwesteri Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Orient Ftre Insorance Co. "
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
United State Land Office. The Dalles, Oretoo,
January, 7, VUi.
Nolle u hereby ftrea that to compliance
with the provision of the act of Coo
area of Jane S, UC. entitled "An act fur
V. . ..... t ... I.. ..... .. r 1 1
I DC MM Of UlUOWr I. mr maicw ui 1
torn I a, Oron, Nevada, fcnd Waahlnclon Ter
rilory," aa extended in all lb. I'ublic Ijind
Ute, by act of Attaint 4, lttw, the followlui
Darned penon b.ve fllMt intbl offlee their
worn tatemenu, to-wlt:
JOHN C. OWEN8,
of lit. Hood, county of Waaeo, tate or Ore-
Son, sworn .tatement No. WSI, aied October
), 1906. for the purchase of th. K'SK of
section 'M, townsnip x norm, nang e n east.
IVY B. ARCHER,
of Portland, connty of Maltaomah, state o
Orefon, sworn statement No. HMD, filed No-
emoer , isoo, for taw hi" wi u oc?
NK.U. EVAKU oTseeUoa 8, and
section i, township 1 north, ran re 9, east,
And will offer proof to show that the
lands sonant are mora valuable for the
timber and .ton. thereon than for agricultural
Durnoae. and to establish their claims to
said Isndi before the Reftater and Receiver.
st th. land offlee. In TU iMtiiea, Oregon, on
March 12, 1W.
They nam. as witnesses 1 C 8. Archer, F. L.
BcbanU, Samuel B. Archer end John I). Kd
wards, of .Portland, Oregon: H. Thomilson.
Fred Ohsle, B. C. Owens and Rett Owens, of
Mt. Hood, Oregon.
Am and all oenons elalminc adverselv
any of the above descrtbedland4are requented
to file their claims in tbtsofttoeon or before
said 12th day of March, MOT.
JlO-m? MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
United States Lsnd Offloe.Th Dalles. Oregon,
November 7tb, lKUb. I
Notice Is hereby given that In compliance
with the provisions of tneaol or tjoogreas or
1.. lUTtl .nil, lall Aai Mt ffir I h huIm nt
limber lands In the stales of California, Ore
gon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," as
extended to all public land states by act of
August t, usu,
LORETTA T. BOOTH,
of Hood River, count of Wasco, slate or
Oregon, ht this day riled in this offloe ber
sworn statement No. 3SN9. for the pan-bane of
the NJiSEW of section a) and NSSWof sec
tlon il. In townsblp 1 north, range 11 east W.
and Will oner proof to snow mat tne tana
sought w more valuable tor its timber or
Mone than for agricultural purposes, snd to
establish her claim to said land before the
Register snd Receiver st The Dalles, Oregon,
on the 1Mb day of March, IU07.
Sue nimn H WIlWHa, I. y. nurai, fvuu
West. M. A. Search and J. M. Culbertson, all
of Hood River, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming auverm;ij
the above described lands aie requested to
file their claims In this offloe on or before the
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
United States Land Office, The Dalles, Ore.
gon, January ild, am.
Nnilrw Is herahv aiven that In compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congrvss of
Jones, ir79. entitiea "an act iur uw wio w
timher lunds In the states of California. Ore.
gon, Nevada and Washington Territory," as
extended to all the public land states by set
ol August 4. m.
of Portland, Oregon, county of Multnomah
state or Oregon, nss wis uay mvu 111 uu
office her swrn statement No. 87M, for the
purchsseol theBNKH ana lots i ana x sec
tion &. township I north, range II esst, W. M.,
and will oiler proof to show that the land
sought Is more valuable for Its tiinberor stone
tnan tor agricultural pui jwiwr, Uu w
lish her claiui to the ssid laud before the Keg.
Inter and Receiver at The Dalles, Oregon, on
the 12th day of March, IU0T.
Bhe names a witnesses : C. D. Morgsn, L.,
. VanNordwIck. J. OuVall, all of Mosler,
Oregon, and Mary K. Brltier, of The Dalles
Oregon, - ...
Any and all persous claiming adversely the
above-desert bed lands are requested to tile
their claims In this offloe on or before said
12tb day of March, 1807.
, MICHAEL T. NOLAN.
I10-m7 . ' , , Register
NOTiCfc For pOblication .
Department of the Interior, Land Offloe at
The imiies, Oregon, uroeiuuer , u.
Notice Is hereby given that
PERCY T. SHELLEY,
or Hood River, Oregon, has filed notice ol
her Intention to make final five-year proof In
support of bis claim, vis: Homestead Entry
No. Wit, made September 28, 1901. for the
H8W of Beetion 1 and NHNW p!
section la. township 1 north, range 10 east, .
M., and that saia prooi win oe inn imt
the Keeister sua Receiver at i'he Dalles, Ore
gon, on February 2, 1V07.
miia names as witneuHes uiuruvv inr wutiuu1
ous residence upon auu cuitivaiion oi io
land, vis: L. M. Wilson, u. r. oaen ana n. n.
Kemp, all of Hood Klver, Oregon, and lu H.
Merrill, of The Da.les. Oregon.
d27J31 ' Krglswr.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
rtment of taa Interior. Land Office at
be Dalles, Oregon, December 22, 1WM.
Notice Is hereby given that
HERMAN H. MEYERS,
of Monnt Hood. Oregon, baa Bled notice
of his Intention to make fital five-year
mnf in snnnort or his claim, vis : Home
stead Entry No. MB49, made Dee. W, IWJU, for ins
south, range 10east,W.M.,and thatsald proof
ml Tli It.llm oreeon. on Jailuary 31, 1X07.
will be maae oeiore tne wntxmvcn kjiu mwi
tia nmM ih fnTlowlna witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultiva
tion of, the land, vis: W. H. RodenheUer,
Robert jucaamey, a. n. iuraimu " "
S. Oribble, all of Mt. Hood, Oregon.
MICHAEL T. NOLAN,
Timber Land Act of Juue 3, 1878
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UnltedHtst.es lnd Office, The Dalles, Ore
gon, NOV. g, JKJ. nonce is mmuj i ".
In compliance with the provisions of the act
nirv...ViAf June . 1878. entitled "An act
lor tne saie oi inuuwr muun ... -w.-.
. .. ..... I ...... . In In. .I.tu lf
T.r,in,.'' u extended to all the Public Land
i ... 1 1 . i . tmtuwnn M.v.ns. .nil wun II.UIU
states by act oi August , , iu.
named persons hsve filed their sworn state
ments in mis omce iowiv;
GEORGE A. ULOUGH,
of Arlington, county of Gilliam, state or Ore
gon, sworn statement u. oi,
h, W06, for the purchase ol : the W H W'4,
MM HW at section Hi and SESE of see.
tlOn 1, KJWUBUip I wuw,iii. "- " -
GERALDINK B. CLOUOH
of Arlington, county of Gilliam, state of Ore-
Ts,lk,lbr the purchase ot the NEUNWH.
NW!4NEtiofsectlon2S,snd the WJ-jHKH of
. . , . . . L. 1 , .mill. nanvA 111 u.l
ana aiirn ! Js Is ITlKI I L niu. Mil. uini VMf'iAll
iV;n n tnwiuhin 1. south, ranee 111 east,
W. M and will offer proof to show thsl the
lands sought are more valuable for the tlm
K.. .truia thereon than Hot agricultural
nnnnses. and to establish their claims to
r-..iA hfnre the Ken Is ter and Receiver,
at the Land Office In The Dalles, Ore., on Jan.
nary SI. 1M7.
They name the following witnesses: unarm
A. Wells, Edmoad O. Miller, James B. rneips
and Joslak K. Batson, or Hood Klver, Oregon
(wh. a rinmrh. of Arllnatou. Oreaon.
anv .nd all oersons claiming adversely
anyoi the above-described lands are request
er to nie ineir ciiin i v,J. "v
tore tbesald ust day oi jsnuary, .
MICHAEL T. NOLAN,
NOTICE OF 8 ALE.
In the County Court of the Bute of Oregon
lor Vf aauv tvuut;
In the matter of the estate
of Henry Hteflanson, deceased.
vntin is herebv riven that the undersign
ed.as administrator or the estate of Henry
Ht.nwnann. deceased, will on Hatnrdsy. the
second day of Februsry, 1907, at the bour of
eleven o'clock, of said day, sell the follow
ing described real property belonging to said
estate, vo-wik , t
Th. nth u nf the southwest W of the south
west H of section IS, In Townsblp t north of
Kange lu easv oi ins v. hwhivh. mn iu,.u,
Wasco county, Oregon, at public auction to
the highest bidder ana new oiaaer inereior.
Said property will be sold on said described
i .. .... M.h nr nut iw.li Ann nart
credit, and will be sold as aforesaid pursuant
to h oritur of the above named court, which
order Is dated December 17tb. 1906, and sub
ject to confirmation ny saia court.
J JOHN HAKEL.
Administrator of the estals of Henry Stef-
TO THE INN
ON SNOW SHOES
CLUB MAKES FOURTH ANNUAL TRIP
Interesting Account of Ihe Journey
Written by One or the
iiy R. L. UlUao.
Iu a snowstorm Friday mornlnir, Jan-
tary 1H. the Snow Shoe cluh took tbe
train at Union uepot tor Hood River
on Its foiiitb hiiuuul rlmt to Uloua
Cap lou, Mouut Hood.
Tbe Laity oousirted ot J. Wesley
Ladd, ptftidrnt, oruauizer and host;
Jobn C. Caiso", Ilurbert S. Nicbols,
Marion Dolub, Walter tloneyinau.
Cbarlea E. tSarreus, Jordiiu Zan,
Brandt Wlckersharo, Mot ton it. los
sy and Rodney L. UIIhuu.
Tbe view along tbe Lanka ot tbe Uo-
utubia trom tbe train was excepti in-
ily attiautive. Ihe palinados glitter
ed in beuvy coats ol icy mail, a wbite
uiantlol stretobHd acioss tbe river
from batik to bank, broken as we ap
proached tbe CitHOHiJes by da k rnsb
log waters, while Ur'dal V'oll, Latour-
He and MultiiotiiHli falls fell in dia
mond sheets thiotigb icy curtains.
Hood Kiver wus reached about 11
'clock and we were soon wrestling
tb 14 oourne meal, comtiniug all
the essential routines oi bieakiast,
luuo J and dinner. Our overgeuerou
host evidently thought we could, like
tbe camels of the Habura, take i-everal
days' provisions iu person. The built
ot tbe four borse sleighs caused us to
hasten from the dining room, omit
ting one course, muob to the horror
our superstitious members, wbo
bjected to leavlug on Fiidtiy after a
13-oourse diuuer, with a party tbat
would soon, witb the guides, numbt r
13. A telegram received tbe day bo-
toie, etatiuif tbe thermometer regis
tered six below zero uear tbe Mouut
Hood Dos.ollloe. wbicb caused addi
tional uneasiness, which wore away as
we and tbe afternoon advanced.
No sleiubiug cuulil be more deligbl-
ful than tbat tiip of 18 miles over
suow just deep enough to puuk well
uder tbe ruuners, ami tbe sueuer)
attractive eveu when smumei dust,
was it its best iu winter garb.
Just beyond tbe Mount Hood post-
otHce we drew up about 5 o'clock al
tbe homes of two of our guides, Bert
Sandman and Bill Edick, where we
peut tbe night. Improved methods
of fastening suowsboes and skiis were
discussed, to be cussed luter on, as
expeiienoe exposod their weak points,
ibe following morning we ounaiea
nto sleigbs Hgaiu about 8 o cloak
1th fresh determination aud fresh
horses, both neoessary for the grade
and suow iuoieased as we approached
Fire miles tbrougu forests ol tall or
and redolent piue, by clearings,
through aveuuea of young fir, weight
ed and rent lots under their snow man
tles, between sturdy chiukapiuarctusi
nu to part with tbeir leafy covering,
tbe sleighs finally made tbe grade ol
Cbiua bill and drew up near tbe.bome
of our guide. Mark Weygancir, where
tbe snow plough bad eudtid its usetui
nesa tbe day preceding.
Leaving overoouts lu tbe sleighs, we
plunged over waist deep into the
suow, put on our snowsnoes ana were
soon ploddiug ludiiiu tile up graae.
At 11 o'clock, aiiotit hull au notir al
ter leaving th sleigbs, we gathered in
tbe open abed at tAk liens, to read
just our shoe thongs and then push
on. ibe snow was iu excellent oonai
tion for snowsboeing and tbe trail
breakers bud a comparatively easy
time. The ruad was S'.iewn in places
witb fallen trees, showing tbe fury of
some recent storm, tbe trunks being
buried sutlioieutly In tbe suow to al
low passage tor our web feet.
As we approaoitea tne gnosi ioresi
on China bill below tbe inn. tbe wind
was keenly felt, causing tbe loose
suow to tilrt lu circles arouna us,
About 1 o'clock we reached our debt!
nation and weie soou enjoying the
cheery blaze of large logs in tbe b'ige
re mace la tbe main room oi tne lun.
ProUtiLg by tbe experience of former
years, we entered the inn tnrougo tne
door of the east room, wheiethe wind
bad swept the suow away. Ibe wlud
ood became a gale aud, like an evil
spirit, bowled aud shook tbe inn In
its furv. but little did we care inside
The door ouoe opened t ok tbe united
effort ot three men to close it end tbe
thermometer against the wiudow pane
inside registered 20 degrees above ze
ro, but tbe room itself was very com
Ibe UreplHoe, however, was the
most attractive place aud dinner was
prepared by 13 oooks, each claiming
special superiority over tbe others,
Suow had worked and covered the
fireplace, making an odd contrast witb
the fire below. After dinner like In
diana we stretohed out belore the tire
and drifted oil in slumber. About
midnight our medical advisor bad an
Imaginary coutllct with three bold
burglars and claims to have vanquish
ed all three, but his yells for assist
ance banished slumber and so stimu
lated tbe irrepressible freshman that
be gave vent to bis feelings In bis In
imitable Chinese dmlect and It was
some time bet ore ii coma De sup
Hunday morning we gitiuerea can
teens together and trailed down tbe
canyon half a mile through tbe tim
ber to tbe spring near tbe trapper's
oabiu. A thread of smoke from tbe
chimney emerging through tbe snow
and tbe freshly killed body ot a pine
martin iu tbe partly cleared space in
front of tbe cabin door relieved our
minds of tbe fear tbat something
might have happened to the trspper.
Sunday atfernoou aud evening tbe
wind again assumed control, but blew
Itself out during tbe nigbt. Monday
morniDg we awakened just as rosy
fingered dawn was putting a peach
blow coloring on tbe cold white peak,
towering above the cabin, plainly via
ible from our resting place. lousing
blankets aside we rushed out in tbe
crisp morning ait and from tbe plat
form ou tbe roof stood stunned and
awed by tbe panarama around us.
In front rose tbe peer of any inoun
tain In America, bathed in a golden
light, ocnopied in azure blue; to tbe
right across dim valleys, showing for
est ereen in gloom except for snow
relief, the horizon showed bands of
blue, indigo and violet, with varying
strata ot er shitting shades of
crimson above; to th left Lookout
mountain was painly straggling to
block the upward progress of the ris
ing sun. and a w turned northward.
Adams, Ualnier aud Helena, clear out
as catueua, broke me even Horizon,
while a winding abeet ot fog marked
the Columbia river basin, impressed
by nature's giaodeur, and our own
insiguifloanro we turned to Hood,
tbe pare ligbt atmosphere bringing
out such wealth ot detail tbat our
yea seuied endowed witb teiesoopic
vision, rba ligbt was deceiving to
tbe amateurs as our photo weie no
Monday was spent on and oft to
boggan. tiying our skiis and our pa
tienoe and several ventured up to th
morain of tlliot glacier Tuesday
proved another glorious day and gird
ing our loin w piepared for tbe de
scent. The trapper bad remarked
tbat tb hole we made two seasons
ago to tb road lasted until late
spring and it is safe to say next sum
mer' visitor will bav no difficulty
iu fallowing our tracks. Skiu Im
ported Irom Norway, where leaps oi
100 feet are notbtng, were furnished
each member. W kuew, as we gin
gerly plaoed foot on tbeii thorough
bred, slightly arched surlaoe tbat bard
times were ahead of us and tbe aiis
locative our? ot their polished ex
terior reflected tbeir haughty disdain
for bungling amateurs.
the steepest grade came nrst and
live minutes attei leaving, the road
lesembled battlefield. However, at
ter many ups aud downs, we caught
on figuratively, having caught on to
evety thing else en routt and about
au hour later 13 vision of grace
somewhat bedraggled, overloaded
with suow and enthusiasm, glided np
to tbe sleigbs and ail aboard tbe bore
es did tbe rest After lunch at
Udick's we drove to Hood Giver and
tbe icllowiug morning took tbe train
The Apple Show.
Hood River did Us full duty in tbe
uiHtter of making exhibits of applet
at tbe fruit show bold by tbe Oiegon
State Horticultural society in oonuac
lion witb its teceut annual meeting.
Ibis, of itself, made a fruit sbow s1
great success. Whenever or wbeievei
Hood Klver now make an exhibition
of apples it doe It woik so well that
it is bard to determloe tbat one of lt
shows is better than anobei, tut the
display of apples from tbat place wm
certainly one of tbe best if not the
very best it bas made away from
borne. Unfortunately other portion
of tbe state did not do so well
Southern Oregon showed some flue
poles and pears, but did not realize
the impnrtauoe of Ibe sbow until too
late to make snob a display as it is
oapable of. Mr. Asa Holaday, ol
Soappoose, wbo bas beeu a faithful
exhibitor for a dozeu or more years,
aud long before any awards were
made on exhibits, was on hand as
usual and captured a cup on Home
Beauty apples and one on P. Barry
pear, ibe Willamette vauey tailed
to make auytblng lite as large an ex
hibition as expected. Mr. , L. I).
Moulton, of MoMiniivillt, took tbe
oud on Lady applet. Hood River took
all tbe rest, and the ouly thing tbe
grower there feel bad about is ttat
there were not more apples from oth
er parts of the state to compete with.
Competition was keen, however,
among tbe Hood River grower them
selves The judges found it most
difficult in many cases to determine
which box in a given competition wag
tbe best, so eveu were tbey in merits.
Will Operate Through t as.ade Tnnne
by Electi lelty.
St. Paul, Jan. 29. "The long talked
of olan to ocerate trains through tne
Cascade tunnel by mean of electrici
ty Is alieady close to realization."
Such is tbe statement ot President
James J. Hill of tbe Great Norrtbern
when talking over tbe problems tbat
aie ooutronting tbe raihoada and tbe
Urea Nortbetn in particular.
Mr. Hill announces tbat tbe road
already bai in oouise ot construction
two large electric locomotive to pull
the trains through tbe Cascade tun
nel. There is a difference of 265 feet
In grade between the two ends of the
bore, which is ,13,000 feet lung, and
theie have been long deiafys and loss,
es of life through tbe accumulation
of smoke and aases from locomotives.
The use cf electric locomotives wl!)
enable trains to follow one another
closely, something that has, uever
been possible with oral burners.
But Mr. Hill sbvs that an Improve
meut of this soil la merely local and
does not bear particularly on the
broader problem of equipping the
roads of tbe country to handle tbe
traffic. "I have known tbat the pres
ent situation was coming for tbe last
five veais: ves. and longer than tbat
time, but I did not expect tbat It
would develop so rapidly," was bis
comment. "There .bas been no prob
lem of greater importance since tbe
Civil war. The progress and prosper
ity of the country are delayed and re
striated to handle the immense in
crease In tbe volume cf traffic. It
will require patience, time and labor,
It must have Driver consideration.
"1 wish tbe government nad tne
railroads about thirty days. Tbe re is
not a government department which
bas vet been operated without fraud.
lbere will tbe government get tbe
monev to carry out tbe woik which
nnnfronta tbe railroads? Five billion
and halt dollars will only bring
them to tbe comparative efficiently
for handling tbe piesent volume of
traflio tbat they were in 1870. Ihere
are not rolling mills euoogb to pio
duoe tbe rails; not men enonugb to
h.illil the roads. And you must re
mamiiar it reouires more work and
more money to build tbe character of
r.ranlrnffa now reuuired. mat is in
uirinnina roadbeds, cutting down
urarlns. straightening curves and all
tbat goes witb the building of termi
nals and Increasing ot trees cupaoi
A Jamaican Lady Speaks Highly of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
Mrs. Michael Hart, wife of the super
intendent of Cart Service at Kingston,
.lamaico. West Indies Islands, says
iiiat ahM has for some years nsed tbam'
berlain's Hough Remedy for coughs,
1 whooolmr couiih and has
found it very beneficial, bhe has im
plicit confidence in it and would not be
without a bottle of it in her home. Bold
I by Keif & Case.
AND CASHED THEM
SNOW BLOCKADE PREVENTS ESCAPE
Crook Lies la Walt fr Tlrtlm awl
Steals Cheek from MU Breg
The snow blockade was tb oanae ot
tbe enforced lay-over in Hood Rvar
ot the passenger on a tialo from the
east Monday, and witb plenty of tint
on tbeir bands the passengers killed
time a bast tbey coul. Boom of
them imbibed too freely and wan by
the nan ot Mike lirogs mad tb ac
quaintance of one Thomas Daly, wbo
bas teen banging around towa lot
week, and wbo had been ordered to
leave by tbe marshal, aa be had no
visible mean of support.
Durln,. tbe day Daly robbed Br.
of tw i cbeek for 140 esob, one for 180
and took wbut mouey be bad, amoiuit-
mg to ue .rly 40, so iJroge claim.
Daly tbeu went to a store, where be
fitted himself out witb new ololbea,
nd for payment tendered a 940 ot.eck
ind t' iu gold. Tbe merchant gave
him a oheoa tor I'll 40 for his charge.
With thia check the fellow went to a
jewelry store, where be bought a
watch for 17 50, leeoWIng the balano
In the mean time Broge sobered up
auHJclently to discover .his toss, and
immediately made complaint to im
marshal, wbo soon bad Daly ondei ar
rest. Marshal Ganger found on Daly
a check Icr 180 in favor of Mike
Broge, a money order for 115, tb
watcb. and U3 oeuta In money. See
ing the name of the merchant on tbe
nlotbea, he intormed him ot tb arrest
and payment was stopped on toe
check tbat was in possession ot tb
jeweler. " ' '
Tuesday morning Mike liroge swor
out a complaint of robbery against
Daly, befoie Judge Henderson, with
Deputy District Attorney Hartwlg ap
pealing for tb state. Daly was
bound over to the dlstiiot court for
trial. Later another charge of furg-
try was preferred by Hartwlg. and be
ws also commuted to in county jau
on this obarge.
Befoi beiua arrested Ualy caanea a
obeok foi 140 in th East bud saloon
forf-l. Ihe Droni ietor of tb aaloon
claims tbat he thought th obeok was
for $4, and that the man mad no
comment, but took th money and
walked ut, and be did not Discover
bis mistake uutil some time later.
Daly endorsed tbe name of Mike
Broae on all tbe obeok, and alao had
a money orderlmade out in tbe sam
uame, giving tbe nam oi w nroge
JWbile it was the misfortune ot
Broge that tbo delay ot tb train wa
tbe cause of hi losing hi money, yet
tbe blockade continued long enough
to keep Daly from getting out of town
until he was caught.
Apple Club Is Latest Fad.
"Apples breed optimism, energy,
cheerfulness and ambition. ' There'
no.mistakiug it. You hsve an apple
analyzed ty a ohemlst some day and
find out what it contains. You'll be
more interested if you And out for
youisell. Ask any pbysioian wbat be
thinks about apples as food. Ask any
mam hr ot Ibe Apple club of Ameri
ca" says Charles Edmund Tcmlinson,
wealthy young unieegoan, woo naa
ooucelved tbe "apple club" Idea and
bas been preaching it In New lora.
Bofore be left that piao lor noston
be raid tbat tbe literature be be sent
out regarding bis particular nobby,
togetbor with hi personal otforts,
baa already gamea ituu new uemuera
in tbe New York oity "orchard" for
tbe Apple Club ot America, .wmon
bad Its inception in tb Windy uiiy,
w her he belongs.
To be an appleite you must, aimer
have or acquire an appetite tor ap
ples, for you must tako a solemn oath
to assimilate at least on apple a day.
Yon also have to pledge your soil to
urge a your friend to join tbe oity or
village "orchard' to wnicn you navw
Tomlinson, leading spirit or to ap
ple club, is a normal looking man or
.10 or SC, wno wears gouu uiuium auu
mhnsA ri resent UlisS'OU in life is to
talk apples and the sure benefits to be
derived from their consumption, j It
one apple a day will make a person
hanlths. Tnn.llnson's ruddy cheek and
stalwart frame would Indicate tbat bis
daily allowance is st least tore pip
pins. No Oljmpla Oysters For Three fears.
Not since tbe great freeze of 1888
bas tbe oyster industry of the upper
Sound received such a blow aa tbe
destruction to oyster beds wrought
by the bard freezes cf tbe first three
nights ot this week when tbe extreme
low tides left the beds exposed for
bouis. Except upon a few bed pro
tected ty dikes, th loss bas been so
nearly complete as to cut off farther
supplies of tbe famous Olympla oys
ter except for a veiy limited quantity
for the next three years. At least It
will take tbat long, the oysterroen
say, to get tbekbeds back in the con
dition tbey were before tbe freeze.
Tbe financial loss to oysterroen ' on
this part of tbe Sound is estimated at
anywhere from $150,000 to 1250.000,
or more. The loss comes as a bard
blow to many of tbe oysterroen, wbo
had most of their fortunes Invested
in tbe bed and wbo, iu view of tbo
growng value and yield ot the beds,
bad oousideied themselves "well
fixed" for life. As tbe reports of
loss and deetruotion oontlnae to come
in, tbe extent of tbe disaster to tbo
great industry grow in mago-tude. :
Hay Build Another Uigan tic Battleship
f Washington, Jan. 2)-It is practi
cally assured tbat tbe bouse commit
tee on naval attain will recommend
the construction of another glgautio
battleship, iu addition to tbo ; ono
decided upon at the last session. A
tbe result ot a partial oanvas mad
by member of tb committee, they
are convinced tbat tbe bouse will , HP
prove an additional battleship a rec
ommended by Ptofessor Roosevelt
and Secretary Metcalf.
Get a fine roast at Bent' meat market.