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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, OCTOBER 22 1908
no.: 5 i
HOOD R1VKK COM MKRCI ALCIAJB MeeU
every aerouil Monday Id each month at II p.
in., iu the club rooms over Jackson's store.
A. A. Jaynk, Pre.
K 8. Imviiwon, Hecretary.
HOOD HI VER IX)D(iK NO. 105, A. K. and A.
M. Meeu Saturday evening on or before
each full mcMin. ('. N. C'lakkk, W. H
D. McDonald, Hecretary.
HOOD RIVER CH AFTER NO. S7. R. A. M.
Mc.t Una and third Friday nights of eack
mouth. U. R. Cahtmkk H. P.
E. O. Iti.A.st iiak, Secretary.
CO HimmI RIerrommiidi"ry No. 12. K.T.
Meets every eond Monday evening
ol each month. W. E. Lara way, & C
A. u. Aloe, uecoraer.
HOOD RIVER CHAPTER NO. 2f, O. B. 8.
MerUKrcoud and fourth Tuexday evening
oleacb tnoutli. Visit) cordially welcomed.
Cakkik Haii.ky, W. M.
MlsalDEi. WooUWoBTH, Hecretary.
IDI-EW1LDE LO OENO. 1U7, I. O. O. F -Mr-ets
In Fravrnal hall, every Thursday
nlrht. M. J. M Amjkkk, 3. O.
Oko. Thomson, -cretary
EDEN ENCAMPMENT, NO. 48, 1. O. O. P.
Reuular meeting second and fourth Mondays
of cacti lnontli. Oko. Thomson, C. r.
11, C. SMITH, Hcrtbe.
KEMP LODU K, No. 181, 1. O. O. F.-MecU In
odell Improvement Co.'s hall every Satur
day ulKhl. Visitors cordially welcomed.
C. R. Masmkbk N.G.
Hugh Smith, Rec. Secy.
V ' REL KKRRKAH DEGREE IX) DOE NO.
.. 1. O. O. E.-MecU) first and third Krldays
'ii each month.
Mbs. E. 8. Mayes, N. G.
tCi.LA May Davidson, Secretary.
"V. O. W meets the '2d and 4th Saturdays
each month at I. O. O. V. hall. Visitors cor
diully Invited. A. C. srATEN, C. C.
F. W. McllKYNOLDS, Clerk.
U-AIV'OUA mnnR NO. 30. K. OK P.
Mhhib In K. of P. hull every Tuesday night.
, C. C.
C. P. Ross,
J. E. Nichols, K.of R. and 8.
uiuitiKIVKIintMP. NO. 7.702.M. W. A
Meets in I. O. O. F. hall every Wednesday
night. H. s. uaso, v. u
C. U. DAkin, Clerk.
mnnn RiVKRriltcl.K NO. 624. WOMEN OK
Woodcraft-Meets at l.O.O. K. hall on the
first ami Third Saturdays or each lnointi,
Lou McKkynolds, G. N,
F. W. MoRkynolds, Clerk.
RIVERSIDE LODGKNO. fid A. O. U. W.
Meets tirxt utul third siituruays m eacn
month. 14. K. Chapman, M. W
GEO. SI.OCOM, Financier
Ciikstkk SHUTK, Recorder.
oi.l.'.TA ASSK.MHLV NO. 103. UNITED ART-
iMiiiB.-MeeU the first and third Wednes
days, work: second ana lourtn wranesuays
ArllsatlS llllll. (. L. lia.iBH.no, ....
E. II. Haktwio, Secretary.
COI'RT HOOD RIVER NO. 42, FORESTERS
oi; merica,-Meets every Thursday evening
at Bo ciock.
Wm. Flbmino. 0. R.
F. C. Bkosius, Secretary.
CAN BY POST, NO. ICG. A. B.-MEKTS AT
A. O. U. W. hall, second and tourth Satur
days of each uionthaizociocap.ni. vu
O. A. R. members Invited to meet with us.
G. R. CASTNKK, Commander.
8. F. BI.YTHK, A.ljutant.
CAN BY W. R. C, No. 16 MEETS StCTNl)
ud fourth saturduys of each Mouth lu A.
j. U. W. hall at 2 p. m.
KathkyN Gii.l, President,
Lydia Sumnek, Secretary
MOI'NTAIN ROME CAMP No. 34uK, R. N. A.
Meets HI I. O. O. K. Hall oa the secoud and
fonrlli Fridays oi each mouth.
Mart. II. I'KEl.Klt, O.
Mas. F. E. Bkosius, Recorder.
PAYNTER LODGE, No. 2110, M. B. A.
meets first and third Fridays of each month
at K.of P. hall. Oko. S. Mll.l.KK, Pres.
AUU. GUIUNAKD, Se .
MT. HOOD LODGE No. 205, 1. O. O. F. Meets
every Wednesday evening In dribble's Hall,
Mt. Hood. C. H. Sn AW, N. G.
O. W. Dimmkk, Sec.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AM) SUKGEON.
Telephones: Office, il; residence, 811.
SURGEON O. R. A N. Co.
H. L. DUMBLE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Calls promptly auswerad In town or country,
Day or Night.
Telephones: Residence, 611: Office, 813.
Otllce lu the lirosius Building.
E. 0. DUTRO, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
U Hice over First National Bunk, HooJ
Office Phone Main 871 lies. Main 873
M. F. SHAW, M. D.
Office in Jackson Block.
Office phone. No. 1471. Residence, No. MM.
Dk. M. H. Sharp
Dk. Edna B. sharp
Graduates of tl:e American School ol
Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo.
Ofllce, Hood Kiver !auk mid Trust Co. Bldg
Home I'lione 102 ltes. 102-B
FC. BROSIUS, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON
'Phone Central, or 121.
tunce Honrs: 10 to 11 A. M.; 2 to 8
and6to7 P M.
M. E. WELCH,
L1CEASEI) VEIEIUSARY SUIUJEON
Is prepared to do any work In the veterin
ary line. He can be found by calling at or
pb-ning to Clarke drug store.
DR. E. T. CARNLS
Otfi ivr hiir'Micss -store , I'elephone 31
HTorwrprwEo, d. d. s.
DEN I' I - I'
0,1'ci' over Tflcili(me
First National I'ank I. II
0. Li. JENKINS, D.UI.D.
Tel'p'i'.nr-: Cffire2-i: r.gid.'ii.-. 2S-H
Office over lintler
Vlistracts Fnrnislied. Monev lv nel
" E H
Will lrctii. in All Conrta
i!Vf in Smith lliiiliiliig, over First Na-
I ii tut
ic .in;i!! !; 1 1 ! i ( iv-M t li
t!if l;it r i .i t's.
C. Bbock, Asst.
First National Bank
OF HOOD RIVER, OREUOS.
Capital $50,000 Surplus, $15,000,
T. M. Hall-Lewis & Co
ARCHITECTS and ENGINEERS
Deputy County Surveyor for Wasco County,
Deputy County Surveyor for Klickitat Co.
Wash. City Engineer. City of Hood River.
surveys, plana and ealltnates tor sew.
er, light and power and railway plant, and
lurnian subject to annrovul. niana. itiMMin-j,.
lions and estimates for all classes of buildings
Kuu'"t invauiauu uiercanilie. necial albeli
tlon given to economic and slow-burning noa
stru-tlon. Accuracy and economy guaranteed
Home and Pacific Telephones. Davidson
ouuuing, uoou Kiver, Oregon.
JOHN LELAND HENDERSON
ATTORNEY-AT-LA W, ABSTRACTER, NO-
i An i ruMLICand REAL--ESTATE
For 23 years a resident of o eu-on and Wash.
luglon Has bad manv veara pxiwrionm. in
Real Estate matters, as abstractor, searcher of
uiirs aim agent. Batisiucuon guaranteed or
Eureka Meat Market
McUUIRE BROS., Props.
Dialers in Fresh and Cured Meats, Lard
rouitry, rruits una Vegetables,
tnee Delivery. Phone Main 35.
A. J. DERBY
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Stranahaii & Slaven
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
fcstiaiates furnished on request. An
honest job guaranteed.
E. A. JEROME,
. Having had several years' experience lu
drafting and building,! would respectfully
solicit a part of the patronage ol the people ol
Hood River who anticipate building. Terms
rea.nuble, a jd satisfaction guaranteed. Of
fice ai resiuence on ueigius.
I am prepared to furnish will and slab
wood, also other kinds of wood.
OF McMINNVlLLli. ORE.
Announces another reduction in
cost of insurance.
T. L. DUNSMOUE, THE DALLES
C. D. TII0.V1 PSON, HOOD RIVER
Ff'. -. U'
te lurniihed on all kindi of work
rUOnflN' Arnoia. Main a.
Prtrlak. U.i aaa
Morse & Morse
Successors to Ralph Reed
Best line of Cigars in
Also handle line of
Pipes, Tobaccos and
NOTARY PUBLIC AND INSUR
Room 12 Brosims Block
McReynolds & Co.
Flour, Feed, Hay, Urain
and Poultry Supplies
YUCCA TREE PROTECTORS
Petaluma Incubators and
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
D RAYING, GEN
Wood For Sale. Prompt
OFF ! E PHONE iv -M
Hood . iver, Oregon
HI ADQUVR. E I '
Come in and ex.un
iue our; line of
Pumps, Bath Tubs, La
vatories, Sinks, Etc.
sunn -i nt ( hi.- t iim' m iii
V. Iin ! I'titli
Cum. U. Pratt, J. H. Osborne, R. W. Pratt,
President. Vice fres. ' Cashier.
Hood River Banking
and Trust Co.
We transact general banking business and
own our own banking properly
Interest paid on time and Havings deposit
Safe deposit boxes.
On the Heights
iine .Line uigars ana
Drinks, Stationery &
L. B. STEVENS & CO.
Improved and un
proved land at
Specialty of Small
WHITE OTTCALL ON
F. W. DetlART
W. G. ALDRED
EXCAVATING & GRADING
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
40 aoree, 25 Is apple laud; small
bouse, 2 acres olunred. Price ia 12500.
40 acres uncleared adjoining above,
11 Boies; eix-rooni bouse, barn; 68
apples, 22 peaches, 2 pears, 17 cher
ries, beaiing, 17 ouejenrold peaches;
team, harness wagon, cow, chickens,
etc. Si, 000.
12 acres, 57 apples, 2 peaches, 20
one year old apples, 3 acres potatoes;
o buildings. $3,000.
25 acres uncleared laud; mile
from Mt. Hood poetorUce. 100 per
acre. One-fli t Ii cash, balance easy
monthly or other time payment.
J. Adrian Epping
Phone 1942 K
Do You Want Water
Or for any purpose whatso
ever where water at an
elevation is required?
If so, Read this
The Lester Hydraulic Ram raises
water by valer power, by the current of
astreimnr by direct fall or head of
watea. I'laued in stream, or not, accord,
wg to honditionp, high water not affect
ing it. Made in sir.es capable of deliv
ering from 10 to 6000 gallons of water
No Cost of Operation
Further informotion, catalogue, etc ,
may be had by writing the
Lesier Hydraulic Ram &
616 Commercial Bldg., Portland, Oregon
Build a home of your own.
Its easy to own oneaml Him
you are independent of you
Choice Lots in
and Coe Additions
Reasonable terms; payments
to sut the purchaser.
Don't Wait, Do it
These lots are cheap
tomorrow they will be 'oni
11T Ml 1 1
we win snow you w Herein
you can save money by buy
n g now,
"The Reliable Dealers"
PORTLAND HOOD RIVER
408 Corbett Davidson B!d.
Electric Wiring &
Electrical Supplies and
cientinc wiring oi r.ui nur
Hood River Blinking & True
Ten Good Reasons
Why You Should Stop at
"The Best in Portland"
Situated in the center of the shop
One block from the street cars.
Not 80 expensive an some other hotels
Sixty rooms with private bath.
Long distance and local telephones
in every room.
Writing desk in every room.
Carpeted throughout in the best
The rooms are furnished in solid
Every room contains a heavy solid
Simmons brass bud on which is a
40 or 50 pound hair mattress.
The furnishings and general appear
ance of the public rooms must be
seen to be appreciated.
The Cornelius, 1'aik and Abler
Streets, Portland's newest nnd
most modern equipped hotel, sol
icits your patronage nnd assures
you good service and courteous
treatment. An exceptional hotel
for Eastern Oregon families who
come to Portland shopping mid
When next in Poitland give us ft chance
to make you look pleased.
THE CORNELH'S Free Hub meets all
Dr. C. W. Cornelius, Prop. U.K. Clarke, Mgr.
W. J. Baker & Co.
Fruit and Farm
Resident A-'nt.8 For
Phoenix Assurance Co.
Land For Sale
I have about 1 ,000 acres
o! No. 1 Apple Laid,
most of it under ditch at
prices raniinr from $(0
per acre up.
J. R. Steele
HOOD RIVEIt, 0REU .N
THOUSANDS VIEW WORLDS BES
Exhibit (ireat Success anil Quality
Fruit Finest Ever
Hood River's Eighth Biennial Fruit
l'uir eclipsed all previous elforts,
i'btt display of fruit whs the largest
and best evet made, the attendance
was the biggest iu the history of Hood
Kiver fruit fHirs and from a financial
point of view it was the most suecei-s
tul also. It is estimated that fully
t!iHX) people visited the fair during
lue tnree days it was held, and it at
traeted many visitors from far distHut
puiuts. Visitors were berr from all
the big fruit mowing sections of the
northwest and from as fur away as
Boston and New York. Other eastern
sections had their representatives
here and the middle west mid nearer
sections weie also in evidence.
number weie present from Canada
and California sent a delegation. Ou
Saturday, Portland day, 5tH) enthusi
Hstic. visitorsc ame up from that city
neaueil liy lorn Klchardson and VNm.
Mo.Murray, General Passenger Agent
or the O. K. IS., who were nccompan
ied by K. Mumford, a represents
tlve ot Harper's Woekly, A. C Jack
son, advertising man for the O. i. &
N., and William liittle Wells of Kim
sat Magazine. According to Mr. Mc
Murray the lair couldn't be beut. Mr.
Bichardsou, who last year sent the
prize box of apples to President
Kooserelt as a gift lroni the Portland
Commercial Club, this yetr puichased
the prize box, which was taken from
tue display or K. 11. Hhepard, Hud
will seud it to Colonel Uuivey, editor
or llaiper a Weekly.
Many of the fair visitors were not
content with seeing the fruit but iu
sisted ou seeing the orchards that
grew the apples and were takeu out
over the valley oy automobiles and
lu addition to the big attendance
tioni Portland the fail was well put
rouized by all the outlying sections
including Mosier, White Salmon, Uu
derwood, the Uullea and many other
parts of Wasco uouuty.
lne side snow atlractlous did a
good business aud reaped a harvest
ot uiokels and dimes and under the
able uiautigeuiout of the entertain
nient committee proved a valuable ud
jiiuot to the llnauolul resources ot the
fair. It was demonstrated that out
side amusements make an added at
traction during the fair and give it
ni oi e ct a carnival nature. The dec
orations by business houses were ou
a more lavish soale thau baa ever be
fore been attempted and myriads of
eleetrio lights strung down the center
ot the prinoipal streets helped to en-
liveu (he oooasiou at night.
lioth the Mount Hood aud Wau-
oouia hotels were crowded with vis
itors and rooms were at a premium.
Ibe eating pi ices provided for the ao-
anmiuodatiou of visitors by tbo ladies
of St. Mark s build aud toe aid soci
ety of the Congregatiionut Church
were swarmed by hungry hordes as
were also the restauruuts and other
eating establishments. Stores and ali
places of business were also well pat
rouized aud the city and valley was
overrun with visitors who were anx
ious to see the apple towu aud its
A feature ut the lair was the excel
lent mush: provided by the Hood
Kiver baud which played at intervals
uring the three days it was held.
Ou Saturday two features were the
jloon ascension and baby show. Ibe
tormer took place iu the morning Hud
was successful, the aeronaut ascending
to a height of 1500 or 2000 feet and
descending ou the Button piano. The
baby show was held in the afternoon.
he first prize was won by Slier
wood l'rick Oxborough and the
second by Urace llubburd who were
louounced by the judges the most
beautiful aud vigorous infants.
Ibe fair leoeiuts were about cGUO.
6212 of this being received from the
ide thow aud other concessions.
As to the individual exhibits it is
Moult to make comparisons. They
wore bll excellent aud 1'rof. C. 1.
Lewis who judged the fiuit is entitled
to much credit for the arduous work
aud intelligence he displayed iu final
ly making the awards To exuetly
etermine the merits of the different
isplays it was necessary tor him and
Mr. Vincent, his assistant, in many
instances to unpacK box alter box and
weigh each trilling advantage oare-
illy hef'ire tully dechiluu. The
weepstakes prize for the best gen-
ral display weut to the flood Kiver
Fruit Company, the management of
which is under T. A. Dicker and was
a magnificent exhibit. The Wanna
Orchard owned by H. K. Albee and
managed by John Castner came iu
for second prize in this cIiihs and v. as
ci very strong competitor foi firtt.
In the best Hvo box display, K H.
ShepHid's beautiful exhibit took first
prize and also received live oilier first
prize?, two of them cups and tbiee
medals. As u-uil, J. L. Carter's
plate exhibit was without a peer and
received the prize cup whilo Frank
Mo Karl in J trot the tiniidsome eun
oliered for second prize iu this cbis,
! lu the number of cup prizes, Mr. Car-
I lei took 1 cups and two medals, two
ot them we e first on applet, one on
; peats, one a secoud on Hpplos and (lie
othi r tiM. meiials. I he next biggest
nriz winner whs M. M Hill who toi.k
f ur cup-, i I.-o, taking one first and
I I lu en seconds, aud a medal. The Mo
j siei exhibit took two cups getting
first on three tier Newtowns aud
Ortleys The other first cup prize
went to Davidson lirog. on Jonathans.
Ibe full list of the oup winners is ai
1 follows :
; tiest geueral box display Hood
Kiver Fruit Co., drst; U.K. Albee,
lieitt five boxes K. H. Shepnrd,
llrst; M. H. Hill, second.
j llu'ft general plate display J 1.
drier, Hist ; Frank MaFatland, sec
liu.-t 'our tier fr!pitzenlrie E II.
S.iepurd. llrst ; L l'J Clai ksecnid.
I linht three t r tlir e and a half tier
Spitzeuberii K II. Shepurd. Un-t;
' M. H. Hill. .c;u l.
I ISest four tier Newtowns J. L.
Carter, first; M. M. Hill, second,
best three or three and a half tier
Newton us Oeo. Chamberlain, (Mos
ier) first; T. A. Keavis, second.
liest box of Ortleys-J. M. Elliott
(Mosier) first; Smith & Lawrence,
I'e-t box ot Arkansas liUeks M. M.
Hill, llrst; J. L. Carter, second.
llest geueral plate display pears J
llest box of Jonathans Davidson
Pros., first; C. T. Koberts, secoud.
i!est Ciraveusteius, Wm. H. Kol-
Hest box llydes King N. C. Evans.
llest box Mammoth lilack Twigs
licst box Kiissiau P.ed W. L. Nk'h
llest box Koxbury Kucoets J. L.
Hint box Khcde Island Creeninga
r.. ii. fchepard.
Hoit box Winesaps F. (J. Church.
llest box Waguers 11. O. Sievei
kropp. liest box Swaar J. L. Carter.
Pet box Kings-M. M. Hill.
Pest box Paldwins L. E. Clark.
Pest box (ieuitcn Mrs.Alma Howe.
liest box Northern Spy K. ll.Shep-
Host box Ked Cheeks E. 11, Shep-
liest box Wintei Bananas Wilson
liest cauued fruit Mrs. W. 13. Mo
Needlework Mrs. Thos. Calk
out flowers Mu, W. 11. Mo
nursery stock U. 11. Kob-
box lieu Davis Holbrook &
liest box Uano Holbrook &, Stob-
Prizes were also awaided to the fol
Tatting collar Mrs. A. N. Kahm.
Drawn work Miss Lucille Johnson.
Whito embroidery Mrs, Ipsim.
Colored oni broidery Mrs. H. L.
liattenberg work Mrs. II. Crnndall.
Cliina painting Mrs. II. S. Keed.
Oil paiuting Miss Hester Hai bi
Water color Miss Kthel S. Eutrl-
Jollies Mrs. T. W. De liussey.
Cuuaued fruit-Mrs M. M. Hill,
llest vegetables Wm. Keavis.
Owing to the fact that manv exhib
itors did not place their names on
their exhibits it is impossible to give
them all. Among those however, who
did so aud who bad flue disnlavs
W'auunu Orchard (II. It. Albee) 12
boxes, Newtowus, linldwlus. Rod
Cheeks, Spitz, Ben Davis, Jonathans,
Miotic Island uieenings, Delawaie
Kod ; Win. Keavis, two boxes Yellow
Spitz; L. E. Clark, J ii boxes. Pald
wins, Spitz, Newtowns, Koxbury ltus
set, Swaar, Ked Cheeks; J. K. Car
son, 0 boxes Newtowns and Snitz:
Dreamland Orchard (0. T. Koberts)
21 boxes, Jonathans, Arkansas Blacks,
vauoeiveere. spitz. urtieVB. New-
towns, Seek No Further, Winter lia
liana, iwenty Ouuce Pippin; J. C.
Diamond. 3 boxes Hen Davis. Detroit
ii0i ; w. & u. i'.uton, 0 iioxes New-
towns and Spitz; W'arreo Miller. 6
uoxes ueiicious, jouatniius. New-
towns; S. F'. Ply the, Vellow Pellflow
er, 1'all Fippin, Pears; Hood Kiver
l ruit Co.. 21 boxes. Jonathans. New-
towns, Spitz, Ortleys. lien Davis:
Mrs. Alma Howe. 0 boxes. Jona
thans, Northern Spy, Newtowns,
Spitz; F'. C. Sherriob, 8 boxes, Spitz,
Newtowus, Ked Cheeks; Cooper &
W'altbor, 13 boxes, Wiuter Banana.
Spitz, Ortleys, llaldwins, Newtowns;
II. Hhepard. 12 boxes. Newtowns.
Ked Cheeks. Snitz. Noithern Snv.
Khnde Island Oreeuines; Stumpy
Orchard (J. I. Miller,) 18 boxes, lien
lavis. Spitz, Newtowus. Shannon
Pippins, Arkansas Beauties; A. A.
ayne, 8 boxes. Spitz. Newtowns.
Wiiitiior. Jonathan: F. M. Jackson.
G boxes, Delicious, Winesap, Jackson
Seedling, Spitz, Chicago; W. L.
Nlchol, 12 boxes, Kussian Ked, New
town and Spitz: H. O. Sleverkionn.
18 boxes, Spitz, Newtowns, Jonathans,
Wagueis; Campbell Pros.. 10 boxes.
Spitz, Newtowns, Jonathans; 13. K.
tucker, 15 boxes. Newtowus. Spitz.
llaldwins, Arkansas Blacks; J. L.
Carter, 17 boxes, Newtowns, Spitz Ar
ansas liianks, Swaar, Kbode Island
Ureeuings, Koxbury Kusset; M. M.
inn, 17 boxes. Newtowns.. Snitz. Ar-
annas Blacks, King or Tompkins
County. Jonathans; N. C. Evans. 21
boxes, Newtowns, Spitz, Paldwins.
llydes King; Holbrook & Stebbln, 21
uoxes, Newtowus, Spitz. Pen Davis.
iano. Winter Banana and a number
of other varieties; J. E. Hall, 6 boxes,
Newtowns aud Spitz; H. P. Allen, (i
boxes Spitz and Newtowns: UoDer
Valley, ;t() boxes Spitz, Newtowns,
Winter Banana, Ortley, Plue Paer
maiu, Northern Spy, Paldwins, Pen
Davis and hears; C. Dethman;) boxes.
S:itz; T. A. Keavis, 12 boxes, Spitz,
Newtowns, Winter Banana, Jonathans;
Dane Kemp, 4 boxes, Newtowns aud
Spitz; Davidson Pros., '.i boxes, Jona
thans; D. 1,. Davidson, 8 boxes. Spitz.
OravensliouB, and Wiuter Pippins;
I. I. Mealy, 8 boxes, Newtowns, Spitz.
Baldwins, Jonathans ; F. U. Church.
1(3 boxes, Newtowns. Spitz. Wiuesans
ud other varieties; Chas. Chandler.
boxes, Newtowns, Spitz. Paldwins:
Dr. Stautou Alien, 12 boxes. New-
towns, Spitz, and other varieties; A.
1. Mnson, 5 boxes, Newtowns, Spitz
and Lady Apples; J. II. Atkinson,
Newtowns, and Spitz; Wm. Kadford,
Newtowus and Spitz; Sears & Poi
tei, 4 loxes of Spitz; W. F'ike, New
towus, 5pitz, Wiuter Pauana and otbj
er varieties; Marshall & Wallace, 2
boxes Spitz; Frank Mossee, plate ex
In the vegetable line there weie
exhibits of uingnillcent 'products by
Chas Hilmer, of Mount Hood, A. L.
Phelps, Cyril Nutley, U. II. Howard,
T. II Larwood', Mount Hood; J. W.
Mortou, Luciun & Charles, D. L.
Davidson, Wm. Keavis, A. C. Puck
aud many ethers who neglected to
libel their exhibit.
An eye opener to all was the dis
play of the Upper Valley, 30 boxes in
all, that contained all the standard
varieties grown at Hood Kiver aud In
size, pack nnd beautiful oalor were a
revelation to visitors aud borne people
alike. tJLo tell about their line fruit
country and it-) big development The
Upper Valley Dovlnpinent League
supplied visitors with mi attractive
illustrated folder that it has just bad
published. The upper valley exhibit
ass looked alter by 11. 13.. Langilie,
W. S. Oiibble, K. J. Molsaac, C. L.
Kogers, Kay Padson aud ti. C. KufT.
Cue of the finest exhibits at the
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STREET GRADING AND SI i ALKS
Contract for Bridge Approaches Let
aud Other MattersJPertainlnf to Its
A regular meeting of the common
council took place Monday evening
with all members present and Mayor
After the transaction of routine
business a resolution was Introduced
establishing the grade on State street
from Uth to 12th. The measote speci
fies that the street grade shall con
form to the one already established
with a aide walk one foot above the
street, constructed of cement, six feet
wiao ana witn a cement corn and Bat
tel'. The resolution passed the first
A resolution wis carried crovidins
for a refunding of the money for IU
censes Issued to the fair association
providing that the latter assume the
expense that the oiy Incurred In em
ploying special police protection and
other Incidental expeuses.
un motion the street committee was
authorized to place a strong wire feno-
Ing below the handrail on the new
bridge, as an added protection for
the ooutraot for sradlos and build
ing approaches to the new bridge, the
level of which is lour feet higher than
the old structure was awarded to D.
Treiber for $400. The contract
calls for considerable work and In
cludes the plaoing of apions extend
ing 100 feet each way at the east end
ot the bridge. To do this It will be
necessary to remove a section of the
hill end make a Ull . When the woik
is commenced It will be necessary to
close the bridge for several days until
ic can oe completed.
in regard to establishing sidewalks
on 12th street, Frank Chaudlor ap
peared before the council and object
ed to the plan of havina the walk
built ol one side of the stieet. Mr.
Chandler stated that the walk did not
commence anywhere at present and
ended in the same place. After con
siderable discussion the street com
mittee was authorized to have side
walks oonstiucted from, the armory
ou both sides ot the street leading
south from it to the city limits. The
waiu will extend from Cascade Ave
nue to tbe present llish School and
fiom there around by tbe Crowell
and old Blowers residences and on
out to tbe otty limits.
WON APPLE PRIZES
AT THE DALLES
Oscar Vaudeibilt, Hood River, for
the best generall exhibit of apples
in this district.
August Paasoh, Hood River, 2, best
general exhibition of apples grown in
Hood Kiver county.
August Paasoh, Hood River, l.'.best
geueral exhibit of apples in this dis
Wm. Kennedy, Hood River, 2, for
best five named vaiioties of winter
U A. Sears. Hood River. 1. dish of
11. U. bieverkropp. Hood River. 1.
James Lacy. Hood River. 2. New.
James Lacy, Hood Kiver. i. Snitz-
A. 1. Mason, Hood River. 1. New
J. .1. Ward. Hood Kiver. 1. Winter
Wm. Davidson. Hood River. 1.
T. T. Word. Hood River. 1. dish of
W. L. Mohols. Hood River. 1. Yel
One of our most successful teach
ers' institutes ever held in Wasoo
county closed its sessicn F'rlday, saya
the Optimist, Tbe many teaobers in
attendauoe gained much valuable ex
perience and left for their homes bet'
ter fitted and more confident of a suc
cessful oareer than ever before.
The regular printed program was
oairied out, the meetings being ad
dressed by the different instrnuctori
and others. The instructors deserve
praise for their hard work and Miss
Nan Cooper, as secretary,- could not
be improved upon. Miss Cooper
worked faithfully and was deserving
ot the praise she received.
Hie names of tbe teaobers In iat-
teudanoe to whom cards weie issued
from Hood River county aie:
t:. L. Coad. county superintendent ;
Nellie UBiley, Meile A. Pllnn. U. W.
Brown, Letitla Burns, C. W. Hurt.
Carrio E. Candee, Vivian Clapp, Nan
Cooper, Bertlna Cramer, Ly Jla Me
linda Earl, Pearl Eby, Jennie Edging
ton, Lizzie Elder, Ella Evans, L. Ft.
Oibsou, Bessie M, Uoyette, Agues
Ilartnell, Ida Hicks, Lula Hicks, Her
oine Jobusou, Hulda Uinriobs, Frieda
Hinrlohs, Mrs. Olivia W. Lucas, O.K.
McCoy, Maude Merrill, Zeua Miller,
L. J. Murdock, R F. Murphy, P. L.
Murphy, Alta Poole, Laura A. Pur
cell, Ruth Radford, Luoile Kiecb,
Maiy Rothrock, Hope Shelley, Flora
Steel, Cordelia Stevens, J. E. Stubbs.
Laura Thomas, Sarah E. Tousey,
Urace E. Tnrney, Anna Vsnuet, Mar
garet Vannet, Maude P. Wills,
Lalirand Bank Falls.
Jefferson W. Sorlber, cashier of tbe
Farmers' and Traders' National bank
ofLaUiande, aud a membei of one
of tbe best known and oldett families
in tbe state was arrested last week by
United States officials, charged with
embezzlement. Tbe bank ia said to
have been completely wrecked.
Tbe speoiflo charge la embezzlomeot
of $12,525.35. It Is understood tbe
casbiei practically admits the short
age. Scriber was taken to Pendleton
before a United States commissioner
to fix his bail.
The arrest was the result of repoits
Saturday that ho had forged a note on
N. K. West. When discovered West
and Scriber both raced to Elgin In an
auto. Scriber cirived first and took
! up the alleged forded note for $2000.
i Monday tbe tank closed its doors