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VOL. XV III.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON, APRIL 18, 1907.
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SOCIETIES.
HOOD RIVER COMMERCIALCLUB MmU
very wrond Monday in each month all p.
in., to toe club rouiu over Jickion (Uire.
H. K. IU viuhoh, Pm.
A. D. Mo, Secretary.
BtKlB RlVEiTCoTHTOo. 106, A. If. and A.
M. Meet Haturday evvnlnK on or before
mrh full moon. A. I). Mob. W. M.
U. McDonald, HecreUtry.
H(X)D K1VKR CH AHTKR NO. 27. R. A. M.
Meeu flnt aud third Friday nighu of each
month. I. McDonald, H. P.
A, l. Mob, Secretary.
HOOD KIVKB CHAPTER NO. , O. K. 8.
MeeU second and fourtli Tuesday evening
of each month. VIltor cordially welcomed.
EVA L'LAKKB, W. M.
MB8. Tu KBBHA C AHTNEK, Btcrelary.
IDLKW1I.DE LO OENO.107, I. O. O. t.
MeeM lu Kravmal ball, every Thursday
ntgtal. ii C. Smith, N. O.
J.H. Fek(H'bo. -cretary
-ncU ! JVUkST No. 4X. I. O. O. P.
Ruanlar meeting aecond and fourth Mondayt
ofeVcbtnouth. R- J. Pabbott, C. P.
J. M. HOHMKLT7.EB, Bcrlbe,
KEMP LODOE.No. 181, 1. O. O. F.-MeeU In
Odlll Improvement Co.' hall every Satur
day night. VUltora cordially welcomed.
1 R. U. MAHIKCB, N. O.
L. A. E. Clark, Iter. Hecy. .
LU BKt BEBEK AH !l2l
, I. O. U. r.-Jiwa " '
tueacb month.
Mihh Zoba Day, N. 0.
Ella May Davidson. Secretary.
WAUCOMA LOlHiE NO. 80, K. OK P--MwttlDK.
ol P. bU every Tueeday night
J. E. Nichols, K. of R. and B.
HOOD RIVER CAMP, NO. IJSkJJf-
Meeu in I. O. O. F. hall every VV
Dtgtlt. Bl ftlAY
ES, V. 0.
C. U.DAKIN.ClerE.
OOD RIVER CIRCLE NO. 624, WOMEN OF
Woodcrart-Meewat K. of P. hall on the
Drat and Third Fridays of each month.
Lou McKeynoldh, O. N,
F. W. McReynolds, uiera.
RIVERSIDE IiODOE NO. 68 A. O. U. W.
u Drat and lb I rd Sat urday. of each
mouth. Bauo, w.
E. R. Bradley, Financier
immiaHHCTi, Rrcorder.
ni.KTA ASSEMBLY NO. IDS. UNITED AHT
hJSaMeeuV the flrst and tblrd Wednes
dtvs worlf: .Bd and fourth Wednesdays
Art"2In7 hall. Mrh. A. D. MoGuwa, M. A.
C. I. Henbh H, secrttary.
7nhth't mOOI) RIVER NO. 43, FORESTERS
meH-Muind ;
day. lu each mon h In K. of Kljall. r & R
V. C. Baomua. F. C.
riNKV POST. NO. 16, a. A. R. MEEln At
A O U W. hall, aond u(1 ,ourtn ""'J ?,
davs of each inontU at 2 o'clock p. nj. All
S A R members Invited to meet with us.
u. a. n.. A c BucK Commander.
B. F. Blythe, Adjuiunt.
" i "iij QL'muT)
niVUV W. K. Ii. SO. 10 SMW ""V"' .
and fourth SauVfdays of each Month In A.
MARTHA RlOBY,
Alida Shoemaker, Secretary
MOUNTAIN HOME CAMP No. 84ti, R. N. A.
MWU .I I O U. F. Hall on the second and
fourth Fnday. ol M AVE8, 0.
Mrh. Ella DAKijlfeoorder
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office, 281; residence, 811.
Taleouones:
SUKGEON O. R. A N. Co.
H. L. DUMBLE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Hnccessor to Dr. M. F. Shaw.
Calls promptly answer 3d In town or oountry,
Telephone.! R'"-. "'.Jl'S,?1 613,
nmwi in wi3 itJott mi
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 403 Res-phone 1181
M. F. SHAW, M. D.
Office in Jackson Block.
nme nhone. No. 1471. Residence, No. 693.
Dr. M. H. Shakp
Db. Edna B. Sharp
Osteopathic Physicians
Graduates of the American School
Osteopathy, .Kirksville, Mo.
of
Office and Residence Huxley Cottage,
River street.
Pl.nn 25 HOOD RlVKR.
F.
C. BROSIUS, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
'Phone Central, or 121.
Office Hoars: 10 to 11 A. M.; 2 to
and 6 to 7 r. M.
DR. E. T. CARNES
DENTIST
Office over Bartmess Store
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Telephone 81.
H. D. W. PINEO.D.D.S.
DENTIST
Crow Bridge Work a Specialty.
Office over
First National Bank
Telephone
Main 311
c
H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
DENTIST.
ToWnhnnes: Office 283; residence 1045
fifKc over Butler Bank,
Hood Rivkr, Orb
M. E. WELCH,
i.ifT.KSED VETERINARY SURGEOS
i- in fin anv work In the veterin
ary line He can be found by calling; at or
ph.nlng to Clarke s drug store.
A.JAYNE
LAWYER
Abstracts Furnished. Money Loaned
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
E.H.HARTWIG,
LAWYER.
Will Practice in All Court.
Office wirh Geo. D. Culbertson 4 Co.
lections. Abstracts. Settlemeut of FMates.
HOOD llVEK. ORF 'N.
Col-
A. J. DERBY
Lawyer
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
White Salmon Valley Bank
Western Klickitat's First Bank
We are growing rapidly
COME AND SEE US.
FJ8. Stab let, K.L.8nrra, E.O. Blancbae
Pre. Vlee-Pna. Caabler.
V. C. Brock, Ami. Cashier.
The First National Bank
or HOOD RIVER, OREUON.
Capital $J0,O00 Surplus $12,000.
JOHN LELAND HENDERSON
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ABSTRACTER, NO
TARY PI! KMC and REAL
ESTATE AGENT.
For S3 year a resident of Oregon and Wash
ington Has bad many year eiperleno In
Real Estate mitten, as abstractor, searcher of
titles and agent. Satisfaction guaranteed or
no charge
P. I HALL-MIS & GO.
Civil and Architcccaral
Engineers and Surveyors
Make surveys, plans and a u astea for sew.
er, light and power and rail ay planu, and
furnish, subject to approval, plana, specifica
tions and estimates for all clauses of buildings
public, private and mercantile. Special aw
lentlon given to economic and slow-burning
construction. Accuracy and economy guar.
anioea.
DAVIDSON BUILDING
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
STRANAHAN & SLAYENS,
Contractors and
Builders
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
S. H. COX
Contractor
and Builder
lLAin Am lanaUTM mmin.
FREDFRICK A ARNOLD,
CONTRACTORS
and BUILDERS
BiUmati (urBltbad o all klndt ! work
Phrmaa Areola, Mam m.
JOE WRIGHT
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
Phone 769
Estimates furuulied on request
An
honeet job guaranteed.
SIMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
Decorative Painting and Paper Hanging
Plans furnished. Estimates care
fully made.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
E. A. JEROME,
Architect
Huvin? had several years' experience in
draaing and bullding.l would respectfully
solicit a part of i he patronatte of the people of
Hood I Ktver who anticipate building, ferin.
reasonable, a id satisfaction guaranteed, ui
fice at wi-lVnce. 'n Heights.
ASSOCIATION
orMeMinuville. Oregon, will insure your
property at 60 per cent less cost thnn
any other institution.
j. i. i nu.irnu.1, Ajft-u'.
Hood River, Oregon
GOVERNMENT
Timber and Homestead
LANDS
I have for location some choice apple lands
and timqer claims; also relinquishments and
land to script. Call on or address.
Wm. f. hand,
Res. Phone 376. Hood River. Ore.
Joseph A. WILSON
ANENT FOB
Wire Wound Wooden
Water Pipe
JAS. McBAIN,
Hood River Marble Works
Am prepared to execute
all orders for granite and
marble work, monuments,
tombstones, etc.
Also contract for all kinds
of stone masonry, con
crete, etc.
McEWEN & KOSKEY
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Prompt sales and auick returns
Wholesale dealers in all kinds of First
and Produce Consignments solicited
129 Front Sttree, Portland, Ore.
Cider, Champagne Cider, Genuine
Champagne, Vinegar, Wines
from e raoes and small fruits. Alcohol
from cereals, vegetables, plants, fruit
and wood and valuable recipes. Send
$1 for book giving practical information
how to make them. LfcU ZAtft-L,,
P. 0. Box 604, Portland.Or
H. SEYMOUR HALL,
Surveyor.
1 sm qualified and p.-epared to do all kinds
of first-class lsnd surveying. Accuracy guar
anteed. Those who wls;i first-class work done
address K. r . U. 2.. uooa Kiver. rnone mixi
Hood River Studio
-FOR
First-Class Photographs
We bave the latest in mounts and can ro-
Isnre your rhotos in crayon, ruuinoia or
Sepia. 9 M-itlon guaranteed.
vV. D. ROGERS, Prop
and managing sonservatively
LAND
..BARGAINS..
In Valley and Town property
SEE OUR LIST OF
Business Chances
Rare opportunities for mak
ing money quickly will be
found in our lisr.
Don't Delay
SEE US
TO-DAY
No. U3. Thirty-one acres 9 miles out.
2 acrea family orchard, 6 acres al
falfa, 4 acrea clover, 1 acrea garden.
Near achool and aawniill. Good well
and apring on place. Some good tim
ber. One mile to railroad station.
Under Bone ditch. Price 3,000.
No. 297. Forty-five acrea 8 miles from
town in Willow Flat district, all good
land, few young trees, 6 acrea cleared,
balance light timber, some slashed,
all under ditch, 5-rooin house and
barn. Price 4,500.
No. 255. Six acres mile south of town
all In clover, 5 inches water stock,
very desirable location, no buildings.
' Price, $3000.
No. 264. Twenty acres 6 miles from
town on river road. 4 acres cleared
and mostly fenced. ltiO 3-year old
trees, Spitaenberg, Newtowns and Ar
kansas Black. 4-room house, ceiled,
brick chimney, barn 16x20, wagon
shed. A good bargain. Price $1,600.
This price will only hold for ten days.
No. 287. Ten acres in Odell district, all
brush land, easily cleared, good apple
land, no buildings. Will clear dft
acres and set to hpiuenberjt Hiid rew
towns and Ortleya. Price 1.750 until
April 10. Thereafter 1 2,00 .
No. 283. Ten acres 8 miles out in Odell
District VI mile from school, store
and church, 3 acrea 6-ytar old New
towna and Suilzenbeiv trees, a few
odd varieties, 7 acres cleared ready to
set lu trees. No buildings. Price $2,500
No. 284. Ten ucres 6) miles from town,
on the Eat.! side, 160 3-year old Spitz-
en berg and Newtown trees. Balance
ready to grub. All first class apple
land under ditch. Ao buildings
Pi ice $2,500.
No. 184. Tweuty acres 6 miles from
town, 5 inches water paid two years
in advance 12 acres cleared, 2
acrea 3-year oil trees, 2 acres 1-yeai
trees, 6 acresa strawberries, 2 acrea
wheat, 2 acres waste laud, S inches
w aU-r paid 2 years in advance. Price
$4,800.
No. 299. Twelve acres on the edge of
town, C80 2-year old Newtown treos.
strawberries set between trees this
spring. No buildings. Six inches
water stock. Price $7,000. Easy terms.
No. 281. 40 acres, all but 3 acres in
cultivation, 500 apple trees 10 years
old, 70 per cent Spitzeuberg aud New
towns, balance standard varieties, 1400
apple trees 2 years old, Spitzeuberg
and Newtowns. 11 acres ready for
tree-, 12 inches free water. Good
house aud barn, good well, 1 acre
strawberries. All good apple land.
$18,000. $8000 cash.
No. 282. 40 acres 9 miles out in Willow
Flat District, 13 acrea alfalfa and
clover, 13 acrea almost ready for
crop, balance small pine and willow,
tt-room house. Under Bone ditch.
Price $5,600.
No. 122. 40 acrea K miles from town,
12 acrea in cultivation, e acres bear
ing trees mostly apple, some peach,
plum and pear. Laud is ideal for
(vegetables. Soil very rich sandy
oaui. Uood spring water, Price
$4,000. This place can be bought for
$500 down and the balance 1 to 5 years
at d per cent.
No. 240. Twenty-five acres 7 miles out,
all cleared and ready to plant to trees,
near achool and alore. In 5 and 10
acre tracts at $150 and $250 an acre,
Ho. 'im. f orty acres 7 miles out on
East Side, all but 5 acres in cultiva
tion, 1900 trees in bearing, Spitzen-
bergs, Newtowns, Arkansas Black,
Johuathan, Benl Davis and Ortlevs.
Five acres in meadow with free water
from Odell creek, house and barn,
water in house, apple house, chickeu
house and wagon ahed, near 4-room
school, church and two stores. Price
$20,000. This place will pay for itself
in nve years.
Twenty acres 714 miles from town,
acrea in bearing orchard, trees mostly
ten years old Spitzen bergs. Nine
acrea Sitzenlerg and Newtown trees
two and lliree years ola, Uue acre
cleared and; ready to plant. Five
acres, uncleared. An abundance of
free water from large spring both for
irrigation and home use. Price 17000,
House and barn. Here is a rare bar
gain that ia earning $1200 or more
yearly now.
Whether buying or selling It will pay
yon to transact your business through
reliable aeaiera. if you want quick re
turns list your property with us. We
are in a position to show it and sell it,
J.H.HEILBRONNER&CO.
HOOD SIYEB ft PORTLAND, OREGON
Pile are daneerous but do not sub
mit to an oneration until Ton have first
tried Man Zan, the Great Pile Remedy,
It ia put up in collapsible tubes with a
noszle that allows it to be applied ex
actly where it ia needed. If you have
itching, bleeding, or pruvruuing piies
and Man Zan doea not relieve, money
refunded, rtootbs and coola. Relieves
at once. Sold by Keir A Casa..
SUMMONS
in the Circuit Court or tha But of Oregon,
for Wasco County,
Mary O'Calahan, Plaintiff,
vs.
Michael O'Calahan. Defendaat
To Michael O'Calahan, Defendant :-
In the name ofthesuteof Oregon, yon are
hh. mmiitiliid tn aBPeer In the above
mind miirinnor before Monday, the VA
day of April, 1HU7, and answer the complaint
filed agaYnst you In said court and cause, aud
TT.. ... .k tne Dlalnltirwlllitake
Judgment against lyoo for the relief prayed
for In the complaint, to-wlt : For a decree dls.
solving tne oouas m "'"",'
piatnunana yoursen n "
liar mm in ,A Aimnlilnl asked.
Tnla summons la published by order of
titled court, made and entered on the 7th day
ol March, lin. .u, .
Date of nrst puoiioauoB,...,
m718 Attorney for Plaintiff.
SUMMONS
In the Circuit Court for the State oi Oregon
for wasoo county.
Pataran U Orubb, Plaintiff,
vs.
Rdward J. Orubb, Defendant. .
To Edward J. Orubb, above pained defend.
anu
In the name of the state of Oregon you are
hereby required to appear and answer on or
before the ISth day of April, 1JU7, the com
nlalnt filed agalnM you In the above entitled
noun ami mime, and vou are hereby notified
that If you tail to so appear or auawer, m
plalullft will apply lor the relief prayed for
r.. i,.r rv.iMi.ii.int to-wlt: For a decree dis
solving the bonds of matrimony now existing
between above named plaintiff and delend.
ant, and lor such other and further relief as
to the court seems meet and Just
This summons is puousneu uy ururr ui vno
Hon. W. L. llrsdshaw, Judge of the above
named court, made and entered on the 1st
day ol Marco inn.
m7il8 Attorney for 1'lalotlff.
I ,1.1 IS Bfc 1- B I niKTUll .
SUMMONS
In the Circuit Court of the State or Oregon for
Wasco county.
James J . Burggraur, Plaintiff,
vs.
Kate llurggraaf, Defendant.
To Kate Burtfgraaf.theabovenamed defend
in (he name of the Slate of Oregon : You
are hereby required to appear and answer the
complaint filed agalast you In the above en
titled court and cause on or before May 13tn,
1UW which Is sU weeks after April 4th, lat)7.
the date ordered for the flrst publication of
this notice, if you fail to so appear and answer
the plaintiff will apply for the relict prayed
for In his complaint, to-wlt: for a decree dis
solving the bouds of matrimony now existing
between above named plalntin and defend
ant, and lor such other and mrtliur relief as
to the court seems meet and Just.
This summons is published hy order of W,
L. Bradshaw, J udge of the above named court,
made and entered on the Wtb day of March,
1MU7. KOISKKT OHEY,
aim 10 Attorney for l'lslntlff.
Beautiful Home fv Sale
Twenty acres, ten in fruit trs, 136 besring:
40 cherry trees in full bearilg. AH cleared
but acres: 10 acres need no irrigation: some
timothy: 6 acres plowed ready for grass: t
Inches of water goes with pli-: alxo 8 tons of
hay; wood all under shed or, winter. A
11,500. bouse, six rooms. id room and
pantry; Darn and oilier ouWnii.ng, all new;
good water, fine roads and town only '
miles: mall riglitatthe door every day. Price
t4&0 per acre; t-O per acre cheaper than laid
sold all around the place. Hon t pass by this
Dlace without seeing It Address, U. W.
Smith, R. F. 1. No. 2. Msvlli
For Sale
Seventy acrea three-fourth mile from
Underwood iandine. Two and a half
acres cleared for cultivation, three acrea
ready to grub, seven acres slashed,
partly burned. One good 4-rooin house,
one wood nouse, one ciiicaen nouse,
good cellar and good barn.
For particulars call on or write.
Veatch & Dehart,
if21 Undkrwood, Wash.
MISS MAGILL
....FASHIONABLE DRESS MAKING..
Phone 246
SCUIFFLER BUILDING
Hood River - Oregon
.BICYCLE SHOP.
J. MAKIONREID
Bicycles, Guns, Sewing Machines,
hirmture, imorenas, Moves
and Locks Repaired
KEYS MADE TO ORDER
Bicycles, Guns, etc., sent by express for
repairs will be neatly and promptly re
paired and returned. Can aave you $1
to 13.00 on price of new wheels. Tires,
brakes, and all kinds of repairs sold at
rortlanfl prices, t rices iurnisneu on
application. Reference: Bradstreet.
Virginia Fruit Farms
In the noted Albemarl dis
trict. Free lists upon ap
plication to
H. W. HILLEARY & CO., Charlottcsville,Va.
Why Not Buy the Best
ASK TO SEE
Alfred Peat's Prize Wall Papers
Samples shown and estimates cheerfully
given.
D. L. DAVDISON,
WILLOW FLAT.
Geo. T. Prather
CARRIES
THE BEST LINE OF
CANDIES
Tobaccos and Cigars
IN THE CITY
The Oregonian, Telegram and Journal
ON SALE SUNDAYS
Hood River, Oregon
BAPTIST CHURCH
IS DEDICATED
OVER 500 PEOPLE IN ATTENDANCE
Dr.
Itronghrr Preaches Sermon
11,052 lUiwd-liuihlins Free
From Debt Mayor Sneaks
The eotuptetiou aui dedication of
the new Buptist onurou cu lust Suu
day marks a new ra in tbe religious
life and activities 'it Hood Kiver. Ibe
BaptUl t'liuici USected its organiza
tion October , UK'!, with twelve
charter uiuiiibein, namely: tieo. F
Ooe and wife, 1''. A. (Joe, Mis. J. K.
Cars jo, T. r'. Jouuimou aud wife, (i.
E. Bowet man and wile, James Hub
baid, J. M Meltoti aud ite.anci Mis. J.
M. Wright. Tbe )rjsuut membership
consisti of 45 active members. Ibe
oburob oragulzed a Sunday school ou
Januaiy 1, 1005, with 41 nieinueis aud
now sustains an enrollment ot approx
imately 120. The organization ha a
very aotive Ladies' Aid society with
Mrs. T. P. Johnson as president, Mrs.
J. B. Splght as secretary aud Mrs. J.
M. Wood aa treasurer.
At tbe beginning the society win
handicapped in not having a suitable
place in whch to conduct its services
Ibe organization moved from hall tu
hall and plaoe to place. Upon one oo
oaaion tne building iu which the)
held temporary quartets was burned
to tbe ground. For a time they fol
lowed the example of the Israelite
and tabernacled iu a tent, and for a
peiiod they gathered their forces to
gether under the open canopy ol
heaven to worship aud adoie theii
Uod. Truly this was a loyal aud faith
ful people.
The present uiaguilloieut church
etruoture was embrionio iu the mind
and heait of the Uev. J. B. Spight,
one ot God's noblemen, who served
for the term of two years.as tho pas
tor of this society, aud "who was still
their abepherd, when the great head ot
the ohuroh aaid to him, "Well done
thou good and faithful servant," aud
the spirit said to the flesh, "It it
enough" and then his noble soul
winged its way to tne auoae or uio re
deemed.
Faithful aud loyal laymen took up
the woik where their leader bud laiu
it down aud with tbe help aud co-op
eration of the Rev. C. 11. McKee, who
was sent to be their pastor, they car
ried tbe work to its oonsuuiution mid
suooess. Rev McKee, tbe present pas
tor, ia a man of splendid heart and
life, p man of excellent ability and at
tainments, and muoh credit is due
nim for tbe sagacious euorts iu com
pleting the temple nf Uod.
l'lie building oas ueen wen num.
The workmen bave not slighted their
work. The etiuoture was built tor
utility, but in their plans they have
made it a temple of beauty as well.
It ia a oburob borne tnat is most con
venient aud commodious. Tbe struo-
ture is 50x64 fee. over all. ibe audi
torium Is 31x44 feet with an apart
ment of 16x28 feet on either side sep
arate 1 by folding doors. In the ex
treme southeast and eoutnwest are
two other rooms eaoh 16 feet square,
and between them are two dressing
rooms for candidates for baptism,
eaob 6x8 feet square. Immediately at
tbe rear of tbe pulpit is tne uapiiH-
try. Ibe seats are made ot prepared
spruce ana extend enrougn too center
ot tbe main auditorium. The belfry
ia located on the northwest comer
and ia built from tbe ground. I lie
three transoms over the pulpit uie
made ot cathedral glass, the eenter
bearing the figure of the Holy Bible
witb tbe Inscription "Aictner a ii
ble." Ibe object of the profouudust
Interest oonnected witb tho structure
is the beautiful cathedral glims mem
orial window, ii laced iu the north end
ot the building and measuring 8x12
feet, 6 inohes. Ibe window repreauU
"ihe sower aomg iorin io sow.
The rJauie is neaiiy life size. At the
top la the insoriptioa, "A sower went
forth to sow." Beneath the feet of
the Acute the words "In memory ot
Rev. J. U. Spight, oiganizer and first
Daator of this f burcn. " ima oeauti-
ful and appropriate memorial is the
sift of Mrs. Bclght and tbe two broth
era of Mr. Snlgbt. Un either side ol
thia window is another of oathodral
class and like pattern, one tbe gift of
J. M. Wood, tbe othei the gift of J
M. Wrigbt. Rev. MoKee gave tho cen
ter tiausotn window over the pulpi
and the ohuroh the vestibule wiudowa
in honor ol Rev. MoKee tho present
rmstor. The church was dedicated ou
Sunday morning Aprill 4, 1007. Ibe
recess at the lear of the pulpit was
beautifully decorated with Oregon
crane, oalla lillies aud geraniums with
a snrav of wild flowers beneath. At
tbe right of the pulpit wore palms and
na'la lillies. Rev. Di. Woody had
chaige of the services. After Hinging
the doxolocv Kev. MoKee ottered the
mornius Invocation, which was fol
lowed with the hymn, "Come Thou
Almiobtv Kins." led by the choir irom
the (Jalvery Baptist chuioh of Tho
Dalles, which was composed of the
following members: Soprano, Lulu
Hill. Marion mover aud Mrs r. t.
Johnson : Alto. Grace Hill aud Ethel
Ruerak: tenor. V. U Wood: Jiass,
Rov U ill and Mr. Greenly. Alter tho
singing of the hymn Dr. J. Wbitoomb
Brougher was introduced and road a
scripture lesson from the 10 dbiipter
or JUuke, eniuotiying me pnrauie or
tbe unjust steward. (Jims. II, iiart,
manager of tbe Paoiflo Baptist, then
favoied tbe audience with a sploiidid
vooal solo entitled, "lmaianue
This was followed with a prayer by
Dr. Woody. Tbe ohoir then sung the
beautiful hymn, "Lead Me Gently
Home," whiol was fol.owod by sing
Inc tbe "Coronation."
Dr. Brougher preached tbe dedica
torv sermon taking as a basis tbe par
able ot tbe unjust steward, as found
in tbe 16 chapter ot Luke. The speak
er prefaced bis sorrcon witb words of
greeting and congratulation on ac
count of the splendid achievements ot
tbe citizens and church membership
in fitting and offering such a beauti
ful and oommodiou I temple for dedi
cation. In tbe presentation of bis subject
great empbaeia waa placed on the
thought tbitt tbe mission of the
cburob In a community was not to
minister to itself, but to minister to
tbe antiie community. Every problem
that you need to faoe finds complete
solutiou in tbe life .and teaohinga of
Christ. The speaker then asked the
question, "Why do we live" Thia be
answered by saying, "We all live for
a purpose. Our mind and oody waa
given for a purpose. Ibe gieat ml
siou of bu nan existence ia to minis
ter to tbe needs of our fellow men."
He dwelt at length on the thought of
sxlUsbness, stating that a selfish per
son could not be a happy person ; be
cause the spirit of avarice robbed tbe
soul of its power to enjoy tbe things
of lito. C ontinuing be said, "Ibe
soul is the most sensitive object in
tbe world. We are making a daily
record upon it. Every thought and
act leaves its impressions, and we
must faoe that reoord again in eterni
ty." Cut out tin and you may do
ituytbing to whiob tbe soul aspires.
What Hre you doing with yuur money
Yuu cannot purchase heaven with it,
but you can lay it up In obaiacter, by
using it to honor and glorify your
creator. Tho way in which you make
aud use your money you will make
your character. The man who sets
bis heart upon goid beoomea a miser
and looses the power to enjoy It. Tbe
way to make friends la to become
servant for Christ, and lift for tbe
betterment of tbe race. What you
iro iu time, talent and money for
others, you will dud stored up in tbe
oliaructer of men and women. Uod
fun transform cash into obaraotei.
l'lie lonliest hour of your life will be
Alifii you oorue to life's end and bave
no oue to welcome you on tbe eternal
shore because you kept your time,
ttileut and money to yourself." The
speaker stated that the denomination
d lines were being obtiteiated and
i hut he hailed the time when tbe
Christian forces of our laud would
.jet together aud destroy the evil In
iluence that destioy life and charac
ter. The sermon waa a masterpiece ot
thought and eluqtieuoe. At the con
clusion a subscription was asked for.
Dr. Biougher announced that they
would like to raise about $600, aud lu
n few minutes tbey raised nearly $000.
the subscriptions and collections for
the entire day amounts to $1050.62.
After the ottering had been taken Dr..
liiougher said, "I have never seen'
people respond more cheerfuly. 1 bare
raised money in many places, bul tbr
inagntiuimty manifested here tbU
morning surpasses anything I bavt
ever seen. 1 .wi,l return to Portland
this evening and tell my great cougre-,
gatiou lu the White Temple ot tht '
success of this magnitlolent enter
prise. i
iu closing Dr. Woody ottered the
prayer of dedication, and at its con
elusion tbe vast audience united in
singing the doxology, and weie die
missed with the benediction by Dr.i
Brougher.
At 3 o'clock p. m. there was a aong
service led by The Dalles choir. At
3:1)0 the pastois ot the various oltj
churohes, together witb the mayor,
united with tho Baptist brethren ia e
fellowship meeting. Tbe meeting was
opened witb a vocal solo, entitled!
"Only f Sinner Baved by Uraoe," by
Chas. 11. Hart, followed by an invo
cation by Rev. W. A. Wood. Mayors
L. '.in. mowers then delivered tbe fol
lowing uddress: ,
Mr. Moderator and Friends:
Upon the invitation of yourjpastor,
Air. Won oo, l appear here today as
the representative of our olty to join
with you in a fellowship meeting In
this beautiful new oburob, wbioh wa-
JuiliCHted this morning to tbe servioe
of God, aud whiob 1 earnestly believe
will lio an instrument lor tne uplifting
and bettering of this community.
Our martyred president, McKtnley,
ust before being shot down at Buffa
lo, Baid that "expositions were tbe
mile stones of national progress." 1
think no thoughtful person will deny
that chinches ure tbe mile stones of
civilization aud that where a ohuroh
is found there will civilization also be
found. The Buptist ohuroh might
without impropriety be called tbe
American ohuroh. Its early history
is interwoven witn, ana la to a oou ,
sideralile extent, theeirly bistory of
the first settlements on American soil
and its priuoiplea are essentiallv
Amebian.
The doctrine of entire separation ol
church aud state, of religious liberty,
and that no person ia bound to assist
iu maintaining worsblp against Ms
own consent, wag first preached bj
Rocer Williams, wbo was tbe first
Baptist iu America. That heroio aoui
wbo preached bia honest convictions
and bad the ooutage ko live by or die
for them having been banished frjm
Massachusetts for daring to give ut
terauce to these liberal viewa, now
generally endorsed by all thinking and
patriotio people be, oue cold wintry
uigho, kisHod his wife and little ones
goodby ami traveled on foot to what
is now Rhode Island and established
a settlement which, in acknowledge
meut of God's goodness, be named
Providence, and from tbii humble be
ginning sprung tho great, powerful
church of today.
lu 1 i70 there were ubout 75 Baptist
chin ches in America, but at tbia time
there are about 500,00 churches and
4,000,000 members, tbe ohuroh having
kopt pace witb tbe growth of the
country.
My ti'ieiids, 1 congratulate you on
tbe possession of this imposing and
comfortable edifice, aud express tbe
iuoeie hope that it will alwaya be a
place where ',bo poorest aud humblest
man or woman may come freely and
feel themselves at home. In many
churches such conditions do not ex
1st. Many churches are used simply
ftti club rooms for fashionably attired
women for tbe purpose of displaying
the latest stylos in bats and millinery,
it should never be focrgotten that tbe
disciples and followers of Christ oame
from those who, poor in purse and
Ibe possessions of this world, were
"lob iu character aud faith.
It seems to me that there ia a de
ploruble tendency among many of tbe
modern churches to forget that our
Savior was himself a meek and lowly
man who denounced the Pharisees
and others of that type.
ihe question is a very simple com
mon one today, "Why do not men at
tend oburob?" It seems to me a very
simple question and one easily an
swered. Men, no matte': bow imper
fect tbey may themselves be, admire
aud respect sincerity and moral cour
age. Tbey oonsider tbe worship of
God too sacred a matter to be engag
ed in perfunctorily or treated aa a
fashionable funotion. Present day
conditions do not require any one to
Concluded on Eighth page
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MEETING OF THE
COMMON COUNCIL
PETITION FOR EXTENDING SEWER
Several New Ordinances Introduced
and Two Await the Signature
of the Mayor.
Owing to tbe absence of Mayor
Blowers, Mr. Blacobar piesided as
president ot the council, at tbe regu
lar meeting Monday evening.
Dr. Kdgington, aa health officer, re
ported that the slight epidemio of
measles and diphtheria whiob baa pre
vailed, waa subsiding, aud that pre
cautions had beeu taken to prevent
tbe further spread at diesase, and
tbe tiouble waa apparently about
over.
A petition was presented, asking
that section 9 ot tbe aewer dlatriot be
oreated aa soou aa possible. Tbe pe
tition waa signed by G. R. Caitner,
Geo. P. Croweli, John U. Zolla, A. 8.
Blowers, J 11. Gill, B. R. Tucker, A.
L. Kmmom and 11. C. Coe. the mat
ter waa referred to tbe aewer commit
tee. Ordiuanoe No. 110, establishing the
tire limits, regulating tbe erection ot
buildings and the moving of buildinga
within aaid limits, waa passed and
will become a law alter the signature
of the mayor.
Ordinanco No. 120, regulating tbe
moving of building iu tbe olty, waa
'lso passed. T he provisions ot tbe or
dinance require movers to get a per
mit from tho council, aud to give
bond to hold the city free fiom all
damage by reason of sueh moving,
and to put the streets in aa good re
pair after the woik is done aa they
were befoie.
Ordinance No. 121, making the seo
uud aewer assessment to cover the
deliolency in th cost of tbe original
sewer, passed its first reading.
Urdlnanoe XMo. Wi, establishing tne
grade ou Pine streot, was introduced
dud passed its first readiing.
Urdlnanoe Mo. liJ, establishing tne
grade on State street, west, from the
Unitarian cburob to the Adams plaoe,
waa Introduoed aud passed ita first
reading.
A petition waa presented by C K.
llayward and James Chitty, asking to
be released from tbe saloon bond of
Kaper & Coleman. Aa no other bond
waa substituted, no action waa taken.
Ibe applioatiCD of Geo. 1. Slooom
and Keir & Cass, to erect a brick
dtruoture in the rear ot their plaoes of
imslness, waa referred to tbe commit
tee on the and water, witb instruc
tions to allow the same, provided the
provisona of ordinance No. 166 were
oomplied with.
O. B. Hartley was pi esent and asked
to knox whether State atreet waa to
be graded, and wbat steps were neces
sary to take in order to bave it done.
President Ulancbar informed mm that
tbe first steps were being taken, wbioh
was to establish tbe grade, which bad
to be done by ordinance, and that the
matter would have to be done in
strict accordance witb the terms of
tbe charter.
Councilman Wright stated that Mr.
Bradley desired to move the building
be now oooupiea to a site adjoining
tbe Deitz photograph gallery. Tbia ia
outside of the lire limits, but aonrd-
ing to the terms ot tbe new ordlnanoe
regulating tbe moving ot buildinga, it
win ce neoessary to comply witb lta
provisions, regurding written applica
tion, bond, eto.
Tbe marshal was instructed to pur
chase a steel grate door to plaoe be
tween tbe jail room and the council
ohamber.
American Newspaper Annual.
There ia no end of information
about newspapers in the American
Newspaper Annual (published by N.
W. Ayer & Sou, Philadelphia, $5 net),
tbe 1007 editiou of wbiob ia just out.
Catalogued in limple tabulated form
aie the faots oue needs in dealing
with newspapers, with particular at
tention to circulations, which are all
given in plain figures.
There are supplementary lista ot
dally newspapers, magizinea and olase
publications. A colored map of.eaoh
state ia bound in tbe book. It also
contains for the first time the adver
tisera'telegpraph oode, oomplied espec
ially for the use ot tbe publishing In
terest and filling a long-felt want in
thia direotlon.
Most Beautiful Woman In Oregon.
The Portland Journal has undertak
en the task to looate the most beauti
ful woman in the state of Oregon. A
jury of awards will be appointed to
deode the matter. The Glacier doea
not know wbat the standard of per
teolon is. We bave on file a ataudard
of perfection for tbe fowl aex, but not
for tbe feminine sex. However, you
are invited (provding you are not an
actress or professional model) to send
in your photo. If in tbe ultimate
analysis it is decided that you carry
tbe most beautiful physiognomy, you
will teceive a draft for 175. And your
name will be heralded from tbe gulf
states to tbe British Hue, from tbe
Atlantic to the Pacific sea. Isn't that
perfectly lovely?
Why
have a torpid liver when Ilerblne, the
only liver regulator will help youT
There is no reason why you should
siitter from dyspepsia, constipation,
chills and fever or any liver com
plaints, when llerbiue w 1111 cure you.
I'. U. waite, westvuio, Ma., writes:
"I waa siok for a mouth witb ohllle
and fever, and after taking two bottle
of Ilerblne, am well and healthy."
Sold by Cbas. N. Clarket
Gentle and Effective.
A well known Manitoba editor
writes: "Aa an inside worker I find
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets iuvaluabie for tbe touohea of
biliousness natural to sedentary life,
their aotion being gentle and effect
ive, clearing tbe digestive tract and
tbe head," Price, 25 cents. Sam
plea free. Keir & Cass.
Mt. Hood tooth powder, best in the
world at Williams . Pharmacy. Money
back if not satisfactory. f 14
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