3eod driver Slacier. SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1895. What Apple Will You Plant? A few weeks since in conversation with several gentlemen in the Glacier office on the above subject, I casually made the remark that I had been do ing some corresponding, covering a period of six months, for my own bene fit in the endeavor to gain the infor mation which would guide me in se- . lectiug the best and most profitable varieties of apples, from a commercial standpoint, for my own place. (I may remark, parenthetically, since becom ing the proud owner of broad acres of Hood River's best apple land, I have become a sort of crank on the apple question. . Not that I now know any thing on the subject, but that I hope ome time in the future to know more.) The Rood editor, hearing my remark, kindly requested me to reduce the re sult of my Investigation to writing for the columns of the Glacier. I de murred, but he said he would be glad to have it. This is the only excuse that 1 can offer for assuming to write on a subject about which I know so little. The markets have practically de mon st rated that the cream of prices will come to the person who can throw up- on the market in spring, properly packed, a fine red or crimson apple, of correspondingly good dessert qualities. On the basis of the foregoing fact, my first communication addressed to the pomologist (Prof. Heiges) U. S. depart ment of agriculture, Washington, D.C., requesting the department to name four or live varieties ot apples that should most nearly possess these qual ities: (1) they-should be of a bright red or crimson color, (2) they should be of best dessert qualities and (3) they should be late keepers. To which I received ' the following reply: ' "U.S. Department of Agriculture, Division of Pomology, Washington, D. C, October 9, 1894. Mr. P. A. Bnyder, Wusco, Oregon Dear Sir: Yours of the 22d ult., addressed to Prof. Heiges, was received in his absence. Re plying to your inquiry, I would state , you have named three requirements that are not combined in any variety of the apple that I know. .Many, of , our finest dessert varieties are not long keepers, and those which keep well are many times not apples of bright red color. But as I understand you, a Jist of four or five varieties that approxi mate your requirements will be satis factory. So I submit the following: Paragon, Jonathan,, Esopus, Red Can ada and VViiiesap.- : ' "All of these varieties will be accept able in color. Paragon is probably the only one that will keep in tirst-class con dition until April or May. The others' being at their best from January to March. Jonathan, JDsopus ana uea Canada are the best in quality on the list, 1 think. Wiuesap and Red Can ada will need to be top-grafted on vig orous stocks, as they are rather weak , growers and do not make good trees on their own roots. If other than red .appler were desired, a list of varieties or much higher dessert quality could tttjuude out. Very truly, : . ' . . "Wm. A. Taylor, "Ass't Pomologist. -"It may be added that the Paragon, . .named above, is known more fre quently by the synonym Mammoth jilack Twig, and is descended from the VVlnesap." . , , From the above list I have rejected . ;;3He winesap as being generally too njull and would cater only to hotel . nd rest urant trade, which -is a minor ..factor. IhaveaUo rejected the Jona than because it is a tender apple and juust be put on the market when there re too many other bright colored ap ples to-compete with it. 1 Of the Red Canada and Paragon, I cannot speak, lor I can find no specimens in the valley. , , . , ' .Addressing the same request to the sBtorrs & Harrison company of Paines . 'Ville, Ohio, they declined to recconiend jiny variety, for the reason that apples color and behave so much differently liere in our Oregon climate than in the Eastern states. To the same request addressed to the Oregon wholesale nurseries at Salem, 1 received the following reply: "Salem, Oregon, October, 25, 1894. P. A. Snyder, Wasco, Oregon Dear Sir: Your valued favor of the 23d inst. is at hand and couteuts carefully noted. "In the long list of apples that it has keen our experience to see fruited on this coast and in the East, there are not very many i that will fill the re quirements you mention. It is only by a careful selection that you will find all the points you name combined in one apple. Yet these are the most essential qualities to make un apple profitable for commercial purposes. There are other points along with these you name that we will consider in recommending varieties to you: namely, bearing tonalities and size of the fruits For an tipple with all the good qualities you mention that is not a prolific and annual bearer, would not be profitable,: We would recommend as follows.: Esopus Spitzeuburg, Wege ner, Gano, Baldwin. ; Were we plant ing for ourselves, we would plaea Ben Davis second on the list. For while it Las not as good dessert qualities as some others, it has all the other q uni ties for making money, , Yours truly, .. .. 'Oregon Wholesale Nurseries. "Per M. McDonald, "Vice President." From the above list I have rejected the Ben Davis and the Gano because of their poor dessert quality. Besides, the Ben Davis, from what I ,have ob served, color well only where exposed to the full sunlight. I have rejected the Baldwin because of the bitter brown spot which is almost invariably found in it, although I understand Mr. Win. Boorman and a few others have succeeded in raising it without the spot; but even with them it is uncer tain. I shall refer to - the ' Baldwin again farther on. . Referring the same, request to the . Oregon state agricultural college, I re ceived the following reply: Oregon State Agricultural College. Experiment Station, Horticultural Department, George Coote Horticul turist. Corvnllis, Oregon, February 13, 1895. P. A. Snyder, Esq., Hood River, Oregon Detir Sir: Your favor of the Bthlnst. to hand. The four varieties; tlittf Caiiada, Wngener, Gano, Jona-i than) mentioned by you are good. The accompanying list are all late keepers: Monmouth Pippin, Willow Twig, Howies Joinetf bTwckley, Nickerjavh, Dutch Migiionue, Stenner Pippin.-I feel, obliged to add the King and Northern Spy. I have underlined the varieties 1 should recommend outside those mentioned by yourself. Very truly, ... . George Coote." The first part of the foregoing: refers to my request for an expression of opinion concerning the varieties en closed in parenthesis. ' But the reply covers too many varieties, and so I con sider it rather valueless. " Through Mr. W, J.. Baker Iattempt edtoget the same proposition before the recent meeting of horticulturist .In Portland, but my communication reacjed him a little too late. However, after adjournment, be placed the re quest before a few of the leading or chardists, and received substantially the following laconic reply: "Go home and seek your, information. People who raise such apples as you do at Hood River should not come to us with such queries for such informa tion." '.- ' - ' I have Inquired liberally amon g local fruit growers. Mr. M. V. Rand, on the east side of Hood river, named for the first three varieties Esopus Spitzeuburg, Baldwin, York Imperial; but was at a loss for the other one or two varieties. . ' Captain Cook, at - the, mouth of White Salmon, names as his choice for the first three varieties his seedling Baldwin (named by the department of agriculture, Yakima), York imperial and Esopus Spitzeuburg fourth and fifth choice not at hand. . - As I write I have before me a speci men of the Yakima, and I think I am not saying too much when I say it is one of the most magnificent varietiesof win ter apples I have ever seeu. It is the Baldwin improved in every wav in size, keeping quality, dessert quality and in color, being almost covered with a dark rich crimson. The cap tain says it can easilv be kept till May, and from the specimen before me I have no reason to doubt it. Of all the varieties named in answer to my inquiries, I have selected two be-, side the Yakima for my own orchard. They are the Esopus Spitzeuburg and the Wagener. ..The latter equals the former in many ways, and for spicy, aromatic flavor the Wagener surpasses the Spitzeuburg; and iu keeping qual ity, under reasonable good care, the Wagener can be kept till April or the first of May. I have specimens of the fruit before me, the keeping quality of which I am curefully noting. For re valuing two varieties, I um inclined to select Paragon and Red Canada. In quality, Red Canada, Wagener and Esopus Spitenburg are described in the catalogue of the American pomological society as best. If aiiy person having a personal knowledge of Red Canada can tell me more of it, I shall be pleased to hear from him. . It frequently goes 'under the synonym of Old Massacbu sests None-such. If any prospective orcnardist gets a hint or an idea from this communi cation, I shall be amply repaid for the trouble of writing it, for I'll confess, for a long time the more I inquired the more muddled up 1 became over the selection of varieties. P. A. Snyder. Edgemont, Hood River, March 9, '95. John H. Gender is now editor of the Skamania Pioneer, published at Ste venson, Wash. He is making a bright and newsy paper of it. Capt. Wal lace, the former editor, we learn has gone to Alaska. The Skamania Pioneer is informed that the portage road around the Cas cades on the Washington side, which belongs to the O. R. & N., is to be re paired and used for traffic during the coming summer. We . find the following in "Uncle Joe's" correspondence from White Salmon to the Skamania Pioneer: "John Dye and his partner are catch ing tons of sturgeon-, rilling their jack ets with yellow gold and their stom-' achs with unctious sturgeon steak." T. A. Baker of Goldendale bos in vented a gold saving machine that is expected to save the flour gold in the sands of the Columbia river. ;. At the school election in Portland, Monday, J. A. Strow bridge was elected director over D. P. Thompson by a majority of 723 votes. The question as to whether vehicles should be made to pay toll on the bridges was voted upon the same day and defeated by a vote of 3001 to 1521. : .-; : : ' : Representative Cole of Multnomah county, has commenced a libel suit against the Oregonian for $45,000 dam ages. Cole was one of she "immortal thirty" that stood out for the anti Dolph element, and he claims that the Oregonian used abusive language to wards mm tor nis action. Congressman ' Ellis returned home from Washington last Sunday. According to the school census, Port land nas a population or over ii7,uoo, Dr. E. T. Cams, Dentist, , Has returned to Hood River,.' pre pared to do all kinds of dentistry work examine, fill, extract, regulate and make new teeth; also, crown and bridge work. . " - ; Ordinance No. 5. An Ordinance entitled "An Ordinance Im posing Certnlu Dut ies and Prohibitions for ' the Better Protection of Property, Morals, .. , Safety, Health and Convenience of the Town of Hood lilver." Be It Ordained by the Common Council of the Town of Hood Hlver: Section 1. That it shall be the duty of every practicing Dhy. lcian in the town of Hood Kiver to notify the maranai, in writing, 01 every case 01 con tagious or Infectious disease within the town limits, within twelve hours after the existence of such disease snail come to his knowledge. Sec. 2. That It shall be the duty of the owner or occupant of every building in the town of Hood River, wherein any person shall have contagious or infectious disease, to give notice in writing to the marshal of the same, within twelve hours after the existence of said dis ease shall come to his or her knowledge, and to give Immediate notice to the public of the same by placing a green flag In case of diph theria, a yellow flag In case of small-pox or varioloid, and in all other cases a red nag, In some conspicuous place on the premises, where it may be seen by persons passing on the street near said premises. And It shall be the duty of the marshal, as soon as he is in formed of the existence of such disease, to see that such Mug be placed as aforesaftl, and such flag shall be kept in such place until no danger by infection remains. - . Bee. 8. No person having contagious or In fectious disease shall go Into any public place, or pass from, house to house or bulldfng to building, or appear In any street within the town, until he or she shall have so far recov erod therefrom ns to preclude all danger of Infection; and it shall be the duty of the mar shal to cause any person violating this section to be taken forthwith to his or Iter place of residence, or to touch place as the mayor may direct. " We c. 4. The occupant of any building In the sick of contoglous or Infectious disease, shall, on the death or recovery of such person there from, forthwith destroy, by burning or bury ing, the clothes worn by such person during such sickness, and shall forthwith cleanse, purify ai.d fumigate such building. Sec. 6. No person shall expose, oiler for sale, or sell, within the town limits, any spoiled or tainted meat, fish, fruits or vegetables, or the flesh of any calf less than four weeks old, or cast, or leave, or keep in or adjoining any street, road, square or public place, or In auy ?ard, lot, block or premises within the town imits. any bones, putrid, unsound, unwhole some or refuse beef, meat, hides or skins of any Kina, or any part oi a aeaa animui, nsn or bird, or any stagnant or Impure water, or any putrid or unwholsome substance, or any offal, garbage or the offensive part of any an imal or animals, or any decayed or decaying substance or filth of any kind, or suffer any yard, lot, place or premises to be or remain In such a condition as to cause or create a noi some or offensive odor, or thereby to become, cause or create a public nnisance. Bee. B. The owner, agent or occupant of any premises within the town limits, to which a privy, barn or other building belongs or ap pertains, who shall use or keep, or shall per mit the same to be used or kept in such a condition as to cause a noisome or offensive smell, so as to become a nuisance, shall re move or abate the same within twenty-lour hours after being so ordered bj the marshal. Bee 7. Whenever the marshal shall be in formed of the existence of any nuisance pro hibited by this ordinance, he shall forthwith give or cause to be given to the person or per sons responsible therefor, a notice to remove or abate the same, and if such nuisance be not removed or abated within twenty-four hou s thereafter, the marshal shall cause the same to be removed or abated, and he shall be and Is hereby authorized to remove any obstruc tion that It may be necessary to remove in order to reach and remove or abate the same. The expense of the removal of any nuisance by the marshal shall be paid by the town In the first instance, and the marshal shall re ceive a fee of two dollars In every such case, which fee, together with the expense of re moving and abating such nuisance, may be recovered In a legal proceeding by the town against the person or persons notified as here in provided.. - eo. 8. When any of the conditions provided for by sections 5 and U of this ordinance shall actually exist, to the annoyance or Incon venience, detriment or injury ot any person or persons, It shall be deemed a public nui sance. Bee. 9. No person or persons shall deposit In any street or public place within the town limit, any boxes, cans, paper, dirt, trash, manure, straw, broken glass, bottles, crock ery, nails or rubbish of any kind, and allow the same to remain for a longer time than twelve hours; or obstruct any street or high way, or squat upon, enter into possession of, occupy, use, cultivate or enjoy, or build, con struct or maintain any building, corral, fence orother Improvement upon or remain on or continue to use, cultivate, occupy, enjoy or maintain any building, corral, fence or other improvements upon any street, road or highway, or any portion thereof within the town limits, or upon any land or real prop erty belonging to the town of Hood Kiver. See. 10. No person, or persons shall fire any species of tire arms, except in cases of necessity, or fire or explode any fire -crackers, bombs, torpedoes or other explosive within the town of Hood Kiver without a permit signed by the mayor and re corder, to be granted under the supervision of the marshal; or shall use, cause to be used or encourage the use of any bean shooter orother contrivance or invention used in shooting or throwing beans, stones, pebbles or other sub stance or thing la any public place within the town limit; or shall, throw any snow-ball, pebble, or missile of any kind within the town limits, so as to strike, or be in danger of or likely to strike people attending to their usual business, or passing to and no in any public place, or so as to strike, or be In danger of or likely to strike, or come Into contact with any glass door, window or other property susceptible to damage therefrom. v Bee. 11. No person oi persons shall carry any fire arms or deadly or dangerous weapons of any kind in u concealed manner, within the corporate limits of Hood Klvur, except on a permit signed by the mayor and recorder: Provided, That peace officers shall be exempt A'vom the provisions of this section. And no person or persons siiuu resist any peace omcer, or refuse to assist him in the discharge of his duties, or shall aid or assist any person In custody upon the charge of a violation of a town ordinance in his endeavors to escape from such custody. And no person or persons shall falsely assume or represent himself to be any officer of the town of Hood Kiver, or shall falsely or maliciously take upon himself to act as such, or shall otter, give or deliver to any prisoner in the custody of a peace ofllcer, or confined to imprisonment witiiin the town limits, any wine, spirituous or malt liquors, opium, morphine or any drug, except on the prescription of a practicing physician. Bee 12. No nerson or Dei-sons shall ride or "drive any animal or aniinuls within the cor porate limits at a greater speed than eight miles per hour; or shall ride or drive any an imal or animals over any bridge in the town at a greater speed than a walk; or shall leave any horse or horses, or beast of burden at tached to any vehicle or conveyance, standing in any public place within the corporate lim its, without hitching or tying the same in some secure munner; and no person or persons shall hitch or tie any animal or animals in any street, or to any tree therein, where tfce owner or occupant of the property Immedi ately adjacent thereto shall give notice pro- moiling tne same; or snail suner or permit to go, or snail lead, drive or ride, or snail hiteh any animal npon any sidewalk within the town of Hood Kiver; or shall cruelly beat, tor ture, misuse, aepnve oi iooa or water, or otn erwise treat any animal with cruelty within the corporate limits. Bee. 13. No parent or guardian shall permit or allow a minor under the age of sixteen years to go abroad or wander about the streets or roads of Hood Kiver after the hour of nine o'clock at night, except on necessary business, unless accompanied by his or her parent or guardian. .Sec. 14. No person or persons shall trespass upon, aeiace or aamagi any real or personal property belonging to the town of Hood Klver.or to any public or private corporation, or to any person or persons, or shall pile, saw or split auy wood upon any sidewalk within the town, or shall congregute with others in any street, road or any sidewalk or crosswalk in the town, in such manner as to obstruct a free passage therein or thereon for vehicles or passengers. Bee. lo. No person or persons shall conduct himself or themselves in auy violent, riotous or disorderly mannerf or shall use any pro- iane, aousive or ODscene language in any filace whereby the peace and quiet of the town s disturbed, or shall fight, or become engaged in any riot or riotous assemblage; or shall commit an assault or assault and battery upon the person of another; or shall draw any species of fire-arms, or dirk, dagger or mine upon tne person oi anoiner; or snail wilfully disturb, interrupt, disquiet or break up any public, social or religions meeting or assembly of people lawfully met for a lawful purpose, whether In a building or open air, within the town of Hood River. Bee. IB. No person or persons shall barter or sell In any manner, or bargain for or buy, di rectly or indirectly, auy spirituous, malt or vinous liquors, or other intoxicant, within the corporate limits of Hood Kiver; Provided, That a duly registered pharmacist, under the laws of the state of Uregon, may purchase and sell or dispose of the same as medicine only, upon the prescription of a regular practicing physician; and no practicing physician shall prescribe the same except for medicinal pur poses. Bee. 17. No person or persons shall set np, open", keep or maintain any house or room within the town of Hood Kiver for the pur pose of using spirituous, maltor vinous liquor or other intoxicant therein; or for the purpose or selling or disposing of the same in any manner; or for the purpose of selling, smok ing, using or disposing of opium in any man ner; or for use as a house of ill fame, brothel or bawdy house for the purpose of prostitu tion, fornication or lewdness; and no person or persons shall commit any act of prostitu tion, fornication or lewdness within I he town of Hood Kiver. Bee. 18. No person or persons while in a drunken or intoxicated condition shall go Into any public place, street or place of busi ness. And no person or persons shall disturb the peace or quiet of any inhabitant of the town of Hood Kiver by loud talking, yelling, whooping or singing In a boisterous or rude manner. And no person or persons shall beg the means of support In any public place, on the streets, from house to house, or elsewhere, or shall procure a child or children so to do within the corporate limits. - 8ec. 19. Any person or persons violating any provisions of the sections of this ordinance, within the corporate limits of the town of Hood River, shall be deemed gulltv of a mis demeanor, and on conviction thereof before the recorder's court shall be fined not less than five nor more than fifty dollars, or Im prisonment not less than two nor more than twenty days, or both, for each and every such offense, and the court shall adjudge the of fender to pay the costs of prosecution. And It shall be the duty of the marshal to lulorm against and diligently prosecute any and all persons whom he shall nave reasonable cause to believe guilty of a violation of the pro visions of this ordinance. Passed the Common Council of the town of Hood Kiver, March 4, 1896, and - approved by me this 6 th dayof March, 1895. v. m. wutitAttu, mayor.. Attest; C. P. Hkai-D, Recorder.- : Ordinance No. 7. An Ordinance entitled "An Ordinance to Im pose and Regulate Licenses upon Certain Trades or Callings, and Regulating the ' Manner of Issuing Licenses.'" Be it Ordained by the Common Council of tne Town or Hood Kiver: section t. J o per son, firm, company or corporation shall be enguged in, prosecute or carry on any trade, business, occupation, pursuit or profession for which a license is required by this ordinance, or any ordinance of Hood Kiver, until he or they shall have obtained such a license as hereinafter provided. ., ; Bee. 'I That any person, firm, company or corporation required by this ordinance, or any ordinance of the town, to obtain a license to engage In any trade, business, occupation, pursuit or profession for which a license is re quired, shall first pay to the town treasurer the sum or sums required by ordinance to be paid therefor, and thereupon, with the receipt of the treasurer (which receipt shall set forth the kind of business for which license Is re quired), they shall apply to the recorder, who shall issue a license to the parties applying, In accordance with the receipt of the treas urer. Kvei y such license shall set forth the purpose, trade, business or profession for which the license is granted, and the name of the person taking out the same, the time which the license is to run, the date on which the same expires, and the date of Issuing the license; and any person exercising or carrying on such trade, business or profession, or doing any act for which a license is required, shall, on demand of any city officer, produce such license, and unless he shall do so, may be taken and deemed to have no license and placed under arrest by the proper officer for violation of this ordinance, and brought be fore the recorder to be deajt with according to law. Bee. 3. In every case where more than one of the pursuits, employments or occupations for which a license is required shall be pursued or curried on in the same place by the same person at the same time, license must be taken out for each, according to the rates sev erally prescribed. All licenses may be issued at any time; but no license shall be issued for a less time than the shortest time named and provided for such license in this ordluance, or any ordinunce of the town. bee. 4. All licenses required by the ordi nances of the town of Hood Kiver shall be paid for in gold or silver coin. Bee. 6. Auy person or persons, firm, com pany or corporation who shall engage In. prosecute or carry on within the limits of Hood River any trade, business, occupation, pursuit or profession for which a license is re quired b; this or any ordinance of Hood Kiver, without first obtaining such license as herein provided, or who shall violate any provision of thlB ordinance, shall, on convic tion thereof before the recorder's court, be fined not less than five nor more than fifty dollars, or punished by Imprisonment not less than two nor more than twenty days, or both. ....'. Bee. 6. Auctioneers, who follow tbelr voca tion in the day or night time only, shall pay a quarterly license of five dollars, or two dollars und fifty cents for each day or night. Auc tioneers who follow their vocation both dav and night, shall pay a quarterly license of ten dollars, or tlvft rloiliirn ner dn v. Kvpry rwrfttfin ) shall be deemed an auctioneer, within tne meaning of this ordinance, whose business It is to otter property lor sale at public outcry. Bee. 7. Every person or association of per sons who shall peddle any goods, wares or merchai.dise for sale within the limits of Hood Kiver, except they be products of their own farms, gardens or dairies, or articles of their own manufacture, shall pay therefor the sum of twelve dollars and fifty cents per quarter, or live dollars per month, or thiee uollars per week, or one dollar per day. Bee. 8. Hawkers shall pay a license of two dollars and fifty cents per day, or ten dollars per week. Any one who offers goods for sale by outcry on the street, or who shail conduct business from a stand on the street, shall be deemed a hawker under this ordinance. Bee. 9. Any person who shall, within the limits of t e town, set up and run any photo graph gallery In which photographs ore taken, in any tent or temporary or movable structure, without being permanently located In a permanent building, shull pay a daily license of 'fiity cents per day, or ten dollars per month. . Bee. 10. Retail commercial travelers, who shall pursue their vocation within Hood River, shull pay a license of five dollars for the first day and two dollars and fifty cents lor each and every succeeding day he or they shall enguge therein, and the term "retail commercial travelers shall be construed to include any person or persons who shall either bargain, sell, solicit or agiee to deliver, either by sample or from stock, at retail, to persons for their private use. - Bee. 11. Billiard tables, bowling alleys, pool tables and pigeon-hole tables shull pay license according to the number of alleys or tables belonging to or used In the building or place to be licensed. When not exceeding one alley or table, the keeper of such house shall pay a quurlcrly license of five dollars, and when ex ceeding one alley or one table, an additional sum ot two dollars and fifty cents for each ad ditional table or alley. Every place where bowls are thrown, or billiards, pool or the pigeon-hole game played and opened to the public, with or without price, shall be regard ed as a billiard room or bowling alley under this ordinance. Bee. 12. Bhootlng galleries shall pay a quar terly license of five dollars, Every place or building where guns or pistols are kept for shooting at targets, whether for hire or not, shall be deemed a shooting gallery under this ordinance. . . . . Sec. 13. Keepers or nrODrletora of everv cir cus shall pay a license of twenty-five dollars for each and every show. Every building, tent, space or area where feats of horseman ship or acrobatic sports are exhibited shall be regarded as a circus under this ordinance. Bee. 14. Keepers or proprietors of every skat ing rink shall pay a quarterly license of twelve dollars and fifty cents, or a daily license of two dollars and fifty cents. Bee. 15. Jugglers shall pay a license of twenty dollars a week, or five dollars for each day of their exhibition. Every person who performs by sleight of hand shall be regarded as a Juggler under this ordinance. Bee. tu. The keepers, proprietors, managers or operators of any public swings, or "merry go rounds," shall pay a license of two dollars and fiftycents per day. Bee. 1. . The keepers, proprietors, managers or operators of any public cane, knife or ring game, or any game operated by means of throwing knives, rings or missiles ot any kind, shall t ay a quarterly license of fifty dollars, or fifteen dollars per week, or three dollars per day. Bee. 18. All public spindle games or wheels of fortune, and all other public games of skill of every kind and description whatever.which shall be operated within the limits of Hood River, shall pay a quarterly license of fifty dollars, or fifteen dollars per week, t Bee. 19. Any person or persons who shall give any street exhibition, trapeze, rope walk ing, athletic or sleight of hand performance, or who shall perform as musicians, or who shall have any animals perform, or who shall exnibit any phonograph or other machine, or shall give any performance of any kind upon any street, alley or place within the corporate limits, shall pay a dully license of five dollars, or fifteen dollars per week. , Bee. 20. The proprietors or agents' of all other exhibitions, amusements, entertainments or shows for money, whetner collected as an en trance iee or Dy collection, not enumerated in this ordinance, shall pay a license of fifteen dollars per week, or five dollars per day: Pro vided. That all exhibitions given by bona fide residents of tho town of Hood River shall not require license. . Bee. 21. Every person- or association of per sons who shall engage in or carry on the busi ness of a broker or brokers, shall pay therefor the sum of ten dollars uer auurler. Bee. 22. Pawnbrokers shall pay a licence of ten uonars per quarter, livery person whose uusiness or occupation is to taKe or receive Dy way of pledge, pawn or exchunge, any goods, wares or merchandise, or any kind of personal properly whatsoever, for the repayment or security of any money lent thereon, shall be deemed a pawnbroker under this ordinance. Bee. 23. Every person or persons who shall own or have a horse or team, which shall be used within tiie corporate limits of the town of Hood River, whether by the day, by con tract or by the single trip, to convey wny per son or persons, article or substance, property or thing, to do any work for any person or persons other than the owner or owners there of, for hire or a consideration, shall pay a semi-annual license of five dollars for one horse or team so used, and for each additional horse or team so owned or used by the same person or persons, the.v shall Dav a license fee of one dollar per quarter. ' ' Sec. 4. It shall be the duty of the marshal to see that the provisions of this ordinance are enforced, and to make complaint in the re corder's court for all violations thereof. The recorder shall, from time to time, furnish the marshal with a list of the licenses in force, and It shall be the duty of the marshal to ar rest any person or persons liable for any license and who have not paid the same, and take them before the recorder, to be dealt with according to law. ... Passed the common council of the town of Hood Kiver, March 12, 1895, and approved by me this 18th day of March. 1895. - CM. WOLFARD, Mayor. Attest: C. P. Hbald, Recorder. Seed Potatoes. ; v Early Rose, BurbanU.and Peerless Potatoes. For sale by MILLKK BROS., mam ; J-lood Kiver, Or.-' -J simmwi i i Bea.io.tif-u.l- S-CLrroijLr2.d.IrLgrs. 1 SEND FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES, - Address, ;' .-'; ' ' ;:' ' -:- WE HAVE C-SIEE And shall endeavor to merit custom We keep a s In their season. Do not Headquarters for All Kinds of Sprays,' And can furnish them in convenient form for immediate use, and cheaper than i: v - you can prepare them, all things considered. : Ask TJs for Particulars Before You Spray. ' ; ' WILLIAMS & BR HEADQUARTERS FOR LEATHER GOODS -AT- ID. IF1- PIEECE'S ;V S T;p I3 ZD . The Famous C. M. HENDERSON & CO.'S For MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN. All sizes and large variety. My motto Is "Possibly not the Cheapest, but the Best," and the Henderson Shoes are the cheapest in the long ran. Don't To call and examine and price thesa goods. They will please you. No trouble to show them. Hand-made Double Team Harness, $20 ! With Boston Team Collars.- All other kinds of Harness cheap for 1885. If you doubt It, call and price them. 1 propose to keep Hood Kiver trade at home If price Is an object. ' D. F. PIERCE, Hood River, Or. HANNA &; DEALERS IN HOOD RIVER, OREGON. .', .' ' . ,' AGENTS FOR - Woonsocket Rubber Boots and Shoes. .... ...... v ,, The Best in the World. i We have a large line in stock. Call and exam ne goods. T Iol E r - HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE Choicest Meats, Ham, ) -Bacon, lard,' Game, V; . "-.',"' Poultry, Also Dealers in U VEGETABLES AND FRUITS. Corner of Oak and Fourth Streets, -'- -. - Hood River. Oregon. , Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878. . NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States Land Office, The Dalles, Ore gon. January fo, 18wi. Notice is hereby given that In compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 8, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands In the states of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory," Harry H. Campbell of The Dalles, county of Wasco, state of Oregon, has this day filed In this office his sworn statementNo. 119, for the purchase of the southwest ot section No. 19, fn township No. 1 south, range No. 11 east, and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish' his claim to said laud before the Register and Receiver of this office at The Dalles, Oregon, on Wednesday, the 10th day of April, 1895. lie names as witnesses: Perry Van Kamp, N. H. Fagan, George Bellies and I J. Norman, all of The Dalles, Oregon. "Any and all persons claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to file their claims In this office on or before said 10th day of April, 1805. fe2 JAS. F. MOORE, Register, j Tne Annie wngnt Seminary. TACOMA, WASHINGTON. 1834. Eleventh Year. 1894. A Boarding Scrfool for Girls, This Ihstttdtioh ) MORAL f DmLontiw Gives Cuiefo, (. INTELLECTUAL J or nt Attention to tee PHYSICAL I SuDsm. ' MPV S4.S4H K. WHITS. Prlnolnal, ADOPTED THE BASIS!! by QUALITY as well as QUANTITY. full line of forget that we mean to be - ;.- Fail . WOLFARD, ONE GIVES, RELIEF. To f Water Consumers. Owing to hard times I hjave decided to make a reduction in water rates, but as some have paid up to March 1, 1895, new rates will not take effect until that date. For all water rents paid promptly the first day of the month, the following rates will be accepted: Present rates of $1.50 reduced to $1.25; bath tuos, now ou cents, reduced to s cents; livery , stables, $2.50, reduced to $2; hotels, $8, reduced to $2.50; rates now $1, no change; irrigation re duced -50 per cent from old price. ,' . Above prices apply to those only who pay promptly first of each month. . jn2i A. S. BLOWERS,; Shoe BTJTCII'DE.