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FRIDAY. APRIL 18, 1902.
J. M. Filloon, candidate for sheriff of
Wasco county on the democratic ticket,
was in town last Saturday. Mr. Filloon
tvPo years ago was a candidate for coun
ty clerk against A. E. Lake.- Though
Mr. Lake is one of the most popular
men in the county, Mr. Filloon made a
good record as a popular candidate.
Earl Sanders, who is nominated on
the democratic legislative ticket for
mint representative from Wasco, Cook,
Klamath and Lake counties, is a young
man of good ability and will make a
good record if elected. Mr. Sanders is a
r-aMpnt of The Dalles. He served his
a soldier in the Second
Oregon in the Philippine war and
was severely wounded at the bat
iia r,l Mnlahnn. Since his return to
civil life he read law in the office of
Bennett & Sinnott at The Dalles, and we
r.ro,)i,'t n successful career ior mm iu
his chosen profession.
The new proprietors of the Wasco pa
v per have changed the name back again
to the Wasco News. Under the new
management the News will continue in
The total amount of taxes on the roll
of l'JOl for this county was Ai;ii.vt
Of this Hmount 192.897.63 has been col
iH.rted. including special school and city
taxes. Segregated there were 57,797.19
ceneral tax and $14,610.44 common
school fund. This has enabled the school
superintendent to make a per capita ap
portionment of $3.10. It will be well
fnr school officers to observe that if all
remaining taxes are collected by Octe
ts. i mill ha nnnaihln in make a tier
ranita distribution of $1.25 this fall.
Th prohibition convention did the
handsome thing by Hood River and gave
. . i ' . . t . : i I.
11 Uiree gooa nominations, ikkum
state convention gave us the nomination
for coneressman in the person of Rev.
Th mot office ftntironriation bill
naaned the senate and became a law
Anrilioth. Tilman offered an amend
merit directine the DOBtmaster-general
to huv metal boxes of uniform size for
the use of the patrons of the rural free
delivery service, at a cost not exceeding
60 cents each, and to furnish them to
natrons of the service at cost. The
amendment was adopted and the post-
office appropriation bill was passed.
The democrats s-ave Hood River
candidate on the legislative ticket in the
person of our well-known citizen, L. E.
Morse. Mr. Morse is an old resident of
Hood River, is an honest, hard-working
man. and caoable in every way to fill
the office for which he has been nom
inated. He is DODular. and if he doesn'
noli near a solid vote in Hood River
valley we'll miss our guess.
submitted by the various commission
ers, of a remarkably successful fruit sea
son last year, and prospects for a recora
breaking season in 1902. The governor
State Board of Horticulture. The Heaa or me raniiiy.
The state board of horticulture held The widowea or aowager .
semi-annual meeting in Portland aerDiit nas sppiieu .or .
Encouraging report were name in order mat ner uaugnier-iu-w,
tne wile oi uornenua jr., ui; uvi
herself'Mrs. Vanderbilt," according to
an exchange. The dowager contends
that she is the Mrs. Vanderbilt, and
tht hr son's wife is a pretender, is
Ordinance No. 50.
An Ordinance entitled An Ordinance In Rela-
Hon to the improvement oi oitoh auu
The City ol Hood Hlver doe. ordain as fol-
'"iseetlnn 1. That from and nfler the passage
of tills ordinauce It shall not be lawful for any
persons to break np, dig up, cut, excavate or
nil In any street or construct any sidewalk,
The Social club met at the home
Mr. and Mrs. Hackett. April 1st, with
nearlv all the members present, After
an exceptionally well rendered pro
gramme.we all took part in the rainbow
hunt.the pot of gold turning out to be an
April fool, which created a great deal of
amusement. This was followed by the
Polly Pipers; a clothespin, sheet of tis
sue paper and a yard of thread passed
around, and each one was given 20 min
utes to produce out of these materials a
Polly Piper. With much laughterevery
one went to work, and within a few
minutes Mrs. McCurdy's deft fingers
constructed a dainty little pink am
whit fairv. that cave her the prize,
Japanese pin-cushion. Mr. Wickham
nroudlv carried off the booby prize
raff doll. Fred Gates and Duncan Mar
tin deserve special mention for their
handiwork. Supper was announced and
every one did full justice to the good
thinffg before them. Fred Taylor and
Ed Johnson tried to sweeten their coffee
with cotton.Aftersunpergoodnights were
said, and another pleasant evening was
On April 8th Mr. and Mrs. McCurdy
entertained the club, and the usual good
time was had. Vovle Lindsay's select
reading received the greatest applause
Mr. Wickham's nies were enjoyed bi
everv one. while Fred Gates furnished
the mutton. Our next meeting will
held April 15th at Mr. and Mrs. Reed's
A few evenings ago while passing
through the oaks, we came upon M
Kinsey in a sorry plight. In attempt-
ins to save time and shorten the dn
tnnce home he undertook a short cut,
but not being very familiar with the
way, landed knee deep in a mud puddle
from which he was trying to extricate
himself, rehearsing all the time what
we supposed to be his quotation for the
Social club, but as it was in German,
we are not just sure about it. The last
seen of him he was flying wildly through
the woods shouting as he went, "You
can't expect me to Keep this up much
Henry Martin has had a hard time
with the grip. Mrs. Kinsey and Mrs.
Hackett have been quite sick with the
The woods will ring with melody now,
for a piano tuner has been at the Lyon
ranch this week.
Well, Ike was surprised and also
pleased. He has done the house-work
since then. And as soon as my book is
published, Ikey and I will go back to
Ohio. Mrs. Ik.
Spring has come and the digger
squirrels and coyotes are on their runs,
but the rattlers are not out yet.
The farmers are about done seeding.
Grain looks fine. There has been about
65 acres sowed to spring oats in our
N. P. Anderson was in our midst last .'
week looking after his farm, which A.J.
Kassell has Teased.
C. R. Bone has a crew of men at work
on the ditch, and Dukes valley can get
all the water needed to produce a good
O. A. Knox bag bought him a team
and wagon and is logging for the Mt.
Hood saw mill.
Wm. Dodson and Cameron are doing
some work with their stump puller,
which is much needed in this part of
Mark Cameron was iu our valley last
week with some fine samples of cloth
ing. He took several orders.
I see in vour last issue that some one
saw I. K. E. and was informed that I
had been gone two weeks. This is a
mistake. I have been here all the time,
but have been too busv or too lazy to
write, and I see that 1" have a neighbor
Ike in the Crapper district. Some one
has taken my name or has fallen heir
L. D. Boyed is clearing his land and
intends to set ten acres in strawberries
and anule trees. This is a step in the
rii'ht direction and a good example for
some more of Dukes valley farmers to
follow. I. K. E.
Prohibition County CouTfutlen.
The Wasco county prohibition con
vention met in The Dalles Monday and
nominated the following ticket:
For Sheriff J. E. Hanna of Hood
Clerk Dayten Taylor of The Dalles.
Treasurer W. Heisler.sr., of Dufur.
Assessor Robert Love of The Dalles.
Commissioner W. D. Richards of
Coroner W. R. Menefee of Dufur.
Surveyor C.J. Haves, Hood River.
Joint representative from Wan-o,
Crook, Klamath and Lake H.C. Shaffer
of Hood River.
Joint representatives Wasco.Sherman,
Wheoler, Gilliam and Grant 8. W.
Horn i brook, Rickland.and N. P. Hanna,
Monk I and.
has not appointed a commissioner for not the head of the family and snoniu
the fourth district. . be compelled to style herseit Mrs. cor-
Following is the report of tne presi- nelius vanuerDiu, jr. ; in ia mor
dent, Hon. E. L. Smitfh of Hood Kiver: nelius Vanderbilt in his win cut on yor-
Gentlmen : We have convened at this nelius, jr., with a bare million and a
date in order to compare the past year's half and declared that the younger son,
experiences and discuss methods for im- Willie K., should be head of the house
proved wora me ensuing bcbooii. ui inuuciuin, v. j--,
In 1901 we harvested the most had married Miss Grace V ilson for love
valuable fruit crop ever grown in the and in spite of the thunders of his pa-
v"" "- is... s. ,n,Q-
12,375,000. Mf- voriienuD, jr.,
The commissioners of our state board hand, contends that Mrs. anderbilt ib
.i i....i:..i.. tho nmfononrii of tne Hnwdoer and mat sue. 0V virtue ui ue-
Hatch experiment station, at Corvalhs, jng the wife of old Cornelius ander
and the press, contributed materially in bilt's eldest son, is the reigning Mrs.
seeurina this grand result. Vanderbilt. She denies the right of pa-
. . . . . . .i . . .. J it i I "I. ... 1 1 iiu, arn
It is also gratitying to note ma pa yanueruni, u ueimvo mo n
;. o.hihTt at Ruffalo secured first I of the headship of the family. Mrs.
in arl.litinn to the much CnrneliuB Vanderbilt. jr., has cards
ilder medal of the American readine simply "Mrs. Vanderbilt."
pomological association, we were award- The solution of the question of eti
ed by the Pan-American exposition 87 quetto and precedence involved in this
medals and ii nonoraoie mentions. mauer 19 01 too mst mipui mnio w mo
nr fmit BThihit was dwarfed in ex- American people. Hitherto, while we
tent by that of other states, but its su- were growing from a raw and provincial
nrh nnnlitv licitjd the unaualified ad- nation into a world power, we neglected
miration of all viuitnrn. . the social usuires which distinguish the
There is an increasing demand tor our nobility and gentry ol tne 01a worm, vi e
high-grade apples in Europe and our Were ignorant of the correct titles by
former president, now Consul Miller, in which to address the nobilities who hon-
Mancuria, is confident that with low ored our ehores by their occasional
trans-Pacific freight charges, which we presence, and we have called simple
have reason to believe can be secured, knights "My lord," and their wives,
wa will be able to send our oriental "Mvladv." We have had practically
neighbors large quantities of our second system of no social precedence, and the
grade apples. . youngest eon of a youngest hascalledhim-
ln 19UU tne apple crop was exceeuing- gelt' air. Jones, aim nas put on as many
ly large in the United States, yet we re- airs as if he were the head of the noble
ceived satisfactory prices for our fancy houeeof Jones, instead of being a remotely
frtiit.as I believe we will continue to do, connected cadet of that ancient strain.
and if we can unload in China and Japan But we are becoming a world power
our second grades the future success of and we must give some heed to family
our orcnaruists seems unsureu. names, social pontoon anu tne euqueiic
Our horticulturists are fast becoming 0f caste. It will not do, nowadays, for
convinced that to always have a market the wife of Johnny Jones, who is a
they must have the best in the maritet, clerk in a drv goods store, to UBurp the
and that these results can be secured proud title oi "Mrs. Jones," which be
only by planting a few varieties of high longs exclusively to the proud spouse of
quality, and then properly growing them, the great John Jones, sr., wholesale
The apple acreage of the slate is rapidly dealer in soaps and tallow. True,Johnny
increasing, especially in Southern and Jones' wife may insist that she is.in fact,
Eastern Oregon, and tne nurserymen Mrs. Jones,since she bears ner nuaoana s
inform usthatthedemand has beenlarge- name, bnt there must be a correct social
lyfor Newtowns.Jonathans.Spitzenbergs usage in these matters. There ought to
and a few other varieties all of the high- be one Mrs. Vanderbilt and one Mrs.
est quality. , Jones, and all others ought to be legally
Our prunegrowers also nave aone iair- declared spurious imitations, tniees
ly well, new markets have been found the copyright law protects the head of
and the superior excellence of our Ore- a family in the use of her name, thiB
gon product is fast becoming recognized, country will remain a vulgar democracy
Hie ueinanu iorimorniauon auu ouray u we are 10 aeveiop an aristocracy, 11
bulletins is larse, and my table is Dur- primogeniture is to be recognized by so-
dened with inquiries.not only from our ciety, if birth is to give any rights of su
own citizens, but from those of other penority over common persons, there
states as well. must be a distinct and acknowledged
On the whole we can congratulate our- head of every genteel family. Mrs.Van-
selves that the outlook is encouraging, derbilt, if she succeeds in copyrighting
and that fruit growing is rapidly be- her name, will be a benefactor of every
coming one of the promising industries gnob in America, and of every shallow
of our resourceful state. pated ape of moribund and rotten Euro-
It is my earnest desire mat inis ooaru pean royalty.
ol horticulture snail give intelligent ui-
rection to this industry Dy popularizing
all beBt-known methods and by cordial
co-operation with the experienced grow
er, in the field, and the specialist in the
Our transportation companies are
lending their assistance by reporting to
our secretary all shipmentsof trees.grown
crosswalk, plank gutter, or do any work in
upon any 01 me puunu sutoi. w iubui
within the city limits except as In this orui-
Bee, 1. Any person or persons wishing to
grade, lay sidewalks, crosswalks, plank
gutters, or make any kind of im
provement ill or up'" ductj. n
road In front of or abutting upon his
or their proiwrty, or property under their
control, shall, before commencing the same,
apply to the street commissioner for a permit
rnereror. wnicn saiu auu iraiiou Bonn .urrio
the number of the lot and block in front of
which the work Is proposed to De perrormed,
the name of the streets or roads, a particular
description of the proposed linprovementand
the lengtn 01 lime neeuea ior iu completion.
Hec. 8. Permit shall be Issued by the street
commissioner upon the approval of the appli
cation therefor by inecommiiieeoQ streets.
Hec. 4. Mo oerm It sua 1 ue issuea ior worn
upon any street or road when tne graae there
of has not been euaiiv csuioiisneu wniie
nrnixMitinn to a ter or amend the eradethere-
01 IS pending oeiore tne common i-uuiini; al
ter the notice has been ordered for the letting
of the Improvement under an ordinance pro
vming tnereior. or ior wora oi any uvsrrimion
other than Is authorlied and described in
this ordinance, unless the common council by
ordinance or resolution expressly nireci.
Hec. 6. The streeteommisaloner shall speclfj
In nermlta issued as follows: The kind of wori
to be done; the time In which the same Is to
HOOD EMI f S,
SEA BATH AT HOME.
Hood River Man Produces Sea
Water Out of Spring Water.
G. E. Williams of the Hood River
Pharmacy has just received a shipment
of the genuine Sea Salt formed by the
ocean spray along the Mediteranean.
By dissolving one or two cupula in
water it produces a delightful bath.
Good as a tonic. Price for this week,
15c a package.
We have the most complete line of CORSETS that lias ever
been brought to Hood River.
A nice line of Ladies' Tlain and Fancy Hose, 5c and up.
Boye' HICKORY STRIPE WASHABLE BIB OVERALLS,
for one week only, at 15 and 20c a pair.
We have a nice line
you money on.
of TOILET SOAP that we can save
Weare Leaders of Low Prices
Will- PAPER EMPiM
The democratic state convention in
Portland last week made the following
For indorsement for United States
senator C. E. 8. Wood, of Portland
For representative in congress, first
outside our state and to whom consigned, district J . K. Weatherford pf Albany .
For representative in congress, second
district W. F. Butcher of Baker City.
For supreme judge B. F. Bonham
For secretary of state D. W. Sears of
for state treasurer Henry isiackman
thereby enabling us to secure prompt
and rigid inspection, and in some in
stances entire car lots of infected trees
have been condemned.
The nursery is the fertile source of
distribution of insect pests and disease,
and in the riant I urce their f reauent
anil IlinmiiiiVi ornminntinn And Hirht of Heppner.
horannr horticultural law is sadlv defi- For superintendent of public instruc-
cient. I refer to that portion relating to ton W. A. Wann of Eugene,
inspection. As you are aware the total For state printer J. E. Godfrey
fha atfttP fnr all hnrtimiltur&l Salem.
orfirlr fa rtnlv ki unn ir annum, and this Wasco, Crook, Klamath and Lake-
must cover the entire work of our board, Joint representatives, L. E. Morse, P. D.
including per diem and expenses of six Uoak and fcari Banders
commissioners, salary 01 ecuioimj,
printing of bulletins, making of reports
and bulletins, attending fruit meetings,
As a result a commissioner can inspect
annually only a portion of his district
emoracing several couuuun.
Wasco, Sherman, Grant, Gilliam and
Wheeler Joint representatives C. G
Hansen, E. P. Wier and Stevenson.
Box of Fine Apples.
A box of tine Hood Kiver apples was
received bv Secretary Lamberson of
The Statute provides for the appoint- ,n nt horticnltnrn thin mornins
ment of deputy inspectors, out makes fley were sent by B. R. Tucker, at the
110 uruvimuu iui men Wu.iroii"v,u. .. request ol President smith. The lot m
ought to have an inspectorin every fruit- clud(Jg two varietie8, the Yellow New-
growing county in tne state, to oe paiu town and the Ked yyinesap. The for
only when canea upon to inspect snip- mer Rre the goij medaj wjnnerg at
ments 01 trees and mm, ana wnen spe- p,un-tti0.The apples are twice the size of a
cial complaint has been lodged of an in- baseball and 111 New York at this season
tested orchard. of the vear wouu retuji at 50 ,nt8
Carloads ol motn-imestea appies nave iece The gtate board win hol(1 itg an.
been shipped out ol this state ana eoia mlal meeting in tllig city ,lext Monday
as Oregon apples greatly toourdiscredit. mornil Reports from the several
A siiiau uuuiiionui auprupiinvjuii, miu commissi
commissioners will be made and officers
elected for the ensuing year. Portland
Where Spuds Are Trumps.
A potato famine exists In the Middle West
ern states. A Western bard thus slugs of this
Of famines we read when the people In need
Oo hungry and starve, with 110 victuals to
We can rake up enough of most any old stuft,
But the thing we can't reach Is the Irish
Just common potato, plain Irish potato:
It runs In the mind all the night and the
great westward movement of people to The .tm'ach Is sad, and the liver Is had
the facinc coast, uregon, wun vast Ana an ior the lack or a nine potato.
authority to pay deputies, would enable
our board to secure vigilantinspection
at all important points of shipment.
A new spray bulletin should De pre
pared, as the old one is exhausted, and
some of the formulas need modification.
I again call your attention to the value
of co-operative organizations at central
points of fruit production.
Such organizations are of great educa
tional as well as business value, and se
cure better results than can be obtained
through isolated individual effort.
We are witnessing the beginning of a
territorial area and varied resources,
will attract a large portion of this immigration.
. With less than ten per cent of our
available fruit lands now utilized for
that purpose, with constantly enlarging
markets and better known methods of
orcharding, what more inviting field for
the new homeseeker than tnat 01 Horti
culture? The other commissioners gave brief
verbal reports, following which a gene r
al discussion was held.
Roys w ill be interested in Cram's
The tireat Dismal Swamp
Of Virginia is a breeding ground of
malaria germs. So is low,wet and marshy
ground everywhere. These germs cause
weakness, chills and fever, aches in the
bones ana muscles, and may induce dan
gerous maladies. But Electric Bitters
never tail to destroy them ana cure ma
larial troubles. They will surely pre
vent typhoid. "We tried many remedies
for malaria and stomach and liver troub
les," writes John Charleston of Byes
ville, 0 "but never found anything as
good as Electric Bitters." Try them.
Only 50c guarantee satisfaction. Chas.
E. M. Shutt, editor of the Times, who
has been to Chicago with bis son Law
rence, where he went to have the boy's
eves treated, returned Friday evening.
Both in Chicago and St. Paul the lad
was taken to the best occulists where
thorough examinations were made. Mr.
Shutt was informed by the eye specialists
that his son's eyes were permanently in
jured and that nothing could be done
for them. It is feared that his eyes will
grow worse and that he will go blind.
At the downtown cafe the head waiters, they
Can size up the crowd and know who to get
They gauge their respect by each customer'
He's a high micky muck If be orders potato,
Our boarding house mistress is quick to pro
vide All the seasonable dainties a fellow can
She feeds ns on tnrkey. with fruit on the side,
But she faints dead away when we ask for
Ana .. , ' . ..... tl.a I .-1. . V. t .
Home burglars broke In where they opened
a way to
Her jewel case rare, which she left on a chair.
But they passed up the diamonds to linnl
I met an old crank rushing down to the hank,
His pocket stuck out In a very Queer way too.
"Don't stop me!" he cried to the crowd on
"I'm bound for the vault to lock up my
Young Tlmpkins went out with bis fair one
He thought her a goddess for mortals to
His love he wonld never reward with a sigh.
But she felt on his neck when he ordered
Just common potato, plain Irish potato.
Her maiden affections It open- d a way to;
It fractured the nerve or her Icy reserve.
And Cupid was bribed with a plateof potato,
If this sort of thing should keep up till nei
Perdition, I fear, we'd be all on the way to.
or who would look twice or tne "pearl 01
If be once got his eye on the Irish potato?
Minnea polls Journal
be completed, which lime In no case should
exceed thirty diivs. unless the committee on
streets direct a renewal of the permit upon ap
plication therefor. Upon presentation of
such permit to the city surveyor, he shall
make tlio necessary survey for the Improve
ment therein described: provided, that if the
work Is not done within the time specified In
I lie permit and a second survey becomes nec
essary, such survey shall he at the eipcnse of
the parly applying therefor.
Hue. . All work done under and In pursu
ance of the permit menlloneu 111 section
if this ordinance shall lie done under me
nervision of the Btreet commissioner, who,
pon the completion thereof In a satisfactory
lanner. shall iflve a certificate thereof to the
llect thut the work and material are in con-
1111 tv with 1 lie Diovisionsol this ordinance:
nd Hfier toting the accuracy thereof by act-
ual survey, the city surveyor sliall endorse
pon such cerllliciiie thai the work is upon a
proper grade, and such work so accepiea so
far as the same extends, and while the same
remains in good order, shall be deemed a
roiniiletlon of that mirl of any Im movement
ordered by the common council to be made
pon such street.
Hen. 7 A record ahull ha keot bf the CltV
surveyor, allowing the date of permits and for
iiat description ol wora, aiso uiouuie ui tne
riltlcute. thenuinherof the lot and block,
the name of the street, to whom Issued, and
the quality of excavation or embankment,
and the lineal feet of sidewalk or other work
done, and when no certificate is Issued, by
ason of failure to comply wun tne provis
ions of this ordinance, the reasons therefor
shall be entered, aud suen worn soaii ue re
newed whenever the common council shall so
Hec. 8. Unless otherwise provided, the grade
of all streets parallel to Hlate street and run-
ing in tne general uirecuwu wi auu
shall conform to a straight line between tne
centers of adjacent cross strecls.and the grade
of all cross streets running In the general di
rection of north and south shall run from the
center of the respective intersections; provid
ed, that in no case shall the grade from the
center lo the line ol the streetamouni 10 more
than one foot. . . ,.
Hec. 0. All a dewa ks hereafter iaia snnn
correspond to the provlslonsof this ordinance,
unless otherwise Ordered by the common
Hec. in. The heurlit of a cuius snail corre
spond to the otllcial grade of the street of
which sucn sidewalk Biiau iorrn a pari umi,
is, when the slope of a street across Its width
Is 24 Inches In 0 feet, the top of the curb on
the smith and west sides of Die streets shall
be one-tlrtli of an inch ner loot of distance of
curb Irom mock line i.owkk man me giaue
of the hlock Hoe. and the ton Of the curl) ou
Llie nnr .h unn eusl. s ties OI Llie siret'ls snail ue
one-fifth of an inch per foot of distance of
curb from block line hiuhkb than tne graae
of the hi, irk linn. H dewa kb shall rise from
the curb to the line of the mock 111 tne rate 01
one-fifth of an Inch to every loot or wioui,
and when i he covering olanKB do not oover
the whole width or tne siuewniK, me space
not covered shall be fi Cd to the top ol llie
curb witli clean earth free from perishable
material. . .
Hen. 1 1. The width of a 1 sidewalks nereatter
constructed or relaid upon streets east of the
east line of Fourth street and north of the
north line of Hlate street shall he 10 reel wide;
ttpon streets west of the center of Fourth
street and south of the center of Htate Btreet
shall be 16 feet wide, measuring from the line
of the block to the outside of llie curb.
Hec. Ii. Ciii ha vim 1 lie of wood. Vi Inches
wide, li Inches thick and in lengths of not less
than X feel: their ends shall be cut square so
as to make good square Joints. Round corners
in tne lorm or a quaumni, won a rauiusui o
leet, shall be constructed at the corner of each
sidewalk; Ihey Bhall be made of a stick of
timber 51 inches long, 15 Inches wide and 12
inches deep: their ends shall be cut square so
as to make good Joints with the curb In each
Hec. 1:1. Hills oilier than curbs shall be 4x4,
resting ugion a 11 rm foundation at each inter
section and at not more than each feet of
llieir lemrtli, and shall be placed parallel lo
the curb and not more than i leet apart under
Miw. 1.1 V,,.u 1,.,.!, Blmll ho InnltPH
thick and In length as hereinafter specified,
viz.: Upon all streets east of l-ourtn street anu
north of .State street, the plank shall lie not
less than H feet lonif. exceut at the street cor
ners thev shall extend to the outer edi;e of the
curb, and at every M) feet of the length of the
curb a plunk shall extend lo and be spiked to
Uuon a other streets the covering plank
shall not be less than 6 feet iu length: llie
Inner edge thereof shall be not more than one
loot outside of me uiochl line; proviueu, mat
the common council, in ordering the Im
provement of any street, may provide for a
... . I .1. la ....li1 CHOI.
Itivniri rcuMi ui tiiiiuit inau in .luim bjw,
The ninnkfl shall he sccureiv ftfttened to the
Bills by spikes driven at least 14 Inch below
tne surface 01 tne planus; proviueo, unit nom
ini in this ordinance shall prevent the com
mon council, by resolution, permitting any
person to construct some more permanent
form of sidewalk.
Hec. in. A II crosswii ks which may be here
after laid down shall be laid so that the top of
llie sills shall correspond to grade, slum be
not less than 5 feet wide, constructed of 8 Inch
plank, and shall be laid In a line with the
middle of the planked sidewalk, or at or near
the side line of the street, as the city surveyor
or street commissioner shall designate. 1 tiey
shall rest upon sills not less than a feet long,
6 inches wide and 4 inches thick, well em
bedded In the earth: the outer foot of each su
shall he beveled so as to a ive the nlunk cover
ing it 2 Inches slope. There shall be not less
than 7 sills in eacli crosswalk, placed at equal
distances nimrt. The covering plunk shall
extend to within 5 feet of the curb. The cross
walks shall be connected with the sidewalks
by aprons 5 feet long, of 1 inch plank; the cov
ering plank and aprons shall be securely
spisea 10 the sills ana curb.
Polled Angus Cow.
Frh Foiled Anrimcow for sale. This ttr
took second pr.M for butler and milk at th
ftHana f air. A. LhKUi A, mu Hood.
Pour or Ave moms. lth or without furni-
The boy', eye. will be treated at home r rent ";WFJSscHENCK
ivi Kinai 11 1 v 1 1 , 11 n, n 1 1 v. 1 , nui
any way satisfactory he will be again
taken to Chicago for an operation. It
will be necessary to take him from the
public school. Mr. and Mrs.Sbutthave
the sympathy of the entire community
in this great affliction. HeppnerOa
Wield a Sharp Ix.
Millions marvel at the multitude of
(Timber Land, Act June S, 1878.
NOTICE FOIl PUBLICATION.
United Htate Land Office. Vancouver.
Wash., April 14. MU Notice Is hereby given
that In compliance with the provision's of the
act of consrvsa of June a, ls,x entitled "A
act tor the sale or umber lands in the Htates ol
Ohfornia. Oregon, Nevada and washinirton
T I...-.- ' ' awlunitiwl t.k All , k. ..,.,,11..
, - I , 1 1 1 ' I , , a ,j.,u,-u ' r. , .11. uui,i: MIIU
slates oy set 01 Aiigusi f, ikwl
of -Mill Cltv.eonntv of . state of Oreron
maladies cut off bv Dr. Kinu'. New Life has this day llled In this ortlce his sworn
" " iialMMnl Niv 9i.tn I, ,r th niippliAMur lh
k.l I and 1 and HK V, ofXK W and NK '
of HE1 of section I, In township No. north
ranrr No. IM east, w. M., and
pills the most distressing, too. Stom
ach, liver, and bowel troubles dispepsia,
loss of appetite, jaundice, biliousness,
fever, malaria, all fall before these won
derworker.. 25c at Chas. N. Clarke's
A.frtte4 Utter List
April u. mo.
Burns, Mrs Maria Oon". Owen '
KKpnborg.Mrs Msg Johnson, Zeb
AWnch,JH McCoy, C
Clothier. Arthur W Koberu, Allen
lDtvis, i i
WM. X. YATES, P. M.
Apple and Strawberry Lands
Our "snaps" this week are: A good homestead location, and a tine
farm' at less than 2fl per acre; nearly half in cultivation, with growing
crops; plentv of water; orchard nearly 6 years old, and buildings and
farm tools. "Let us show you our list. We have tracts of five acres and
up, near town or at any point out to the foothills. We have quick money
making propositions. Hood River town lots, from fM up. If you are
looking for a business opening, or desire to rent or purchase a place, we
can help you. .
We write fire insurance, draw up legal papers of all kinds, and do
type-writer work. We can secure you loans on real estate at low interest
rates. We can give you up-to-date' service. Please drop in and try us; if
you do you will come again.
DKIGGS, CULBERTSON & CO.,
Wall Paper 3c a Roll Up.
A beautiful home Is a mirror In which Is re
flected the refined pistes of the home makers.
Artistic wall paper adds to the beauty and re
finement of me rooms, w e snow a spienoia
assortment of the choicest papers obtainable,
and our new spring stock Is complete In all
the latest or new designs of nome ana ioreign
The stock of Paints. Oils. White Lead. Col.
ors, eta., and the tine line of Mixed Pain's to
be found at our store are warranted to stand
all kinds of weather.
Hend for samples of our Wall Paper. 3c a
roll and un. Art Ooods. Picture NfoldlmrH.
Varnishes, Brushes, Olass and Decorative
Novelties. Everything lo beautify a home at
JACKSON & FIREBAUGH'S,
Tainters and Decorators,
Second street. Phone Main 35.
Here's a Bargain.
From Bait Hook to Creel.
UP 2 DATE.
China Crockery, Glassware, Stoneware, Stationery, Notions,
Fruits, Nuts and Confections,
i Aldon's Chocolates, Columbia River and Mt. Hood Views.
Peanuts Fresh Roasted.
Yours for mutual benefit,
GEO. F. COE & SON
Agents for Union Laundry Co.
60 acres, 30 In cultivation, balance easily
cleared. Good fruit land and good berry land.
Good large barn, fair house and enough lum
ber to build new house. Three milk cows: 2
shares ditch stock worth One-third of
present crop goes with place. Not far from
school. Ixicated In Dukes valley, 8 miles out.
tTlcefHluu: Sm down, Diuance at s per cent,
all PKA'lHEK 1NVK8TMENT OO.
Land for Sale.
D. Everhart has 5 acres of land, 2' miles
from town, near Belmont, on which Is 150
bearing fruit trees, 'i acres of strawberries,
acre 'blackberries, raspberries and clover,
etc. rrice si.isju. inquire ou premises or at
at EV KHHAKT'H WTO BE.
Twenty acres Hve miles out, lour acresunder
cultivation with running water for irrigating
purposes: tlrst-class apple land. Four acres
best kind of berry land.
BUKNETTE E. DUNCAN,
I will do cloauuiir, nresHtngand repatrinKof
gentlemen h clothhiK; also, ladlefi KktrtH aud
JucketHKt reawonablo prices. JANE COATKH,
in iw joins wun Mine, adimiii, milliner.
The place where Good Things are Cheap and
Cheap Things are Good.
Three of the greatest lines on earth ; built on honor. The maker's
name on every pair is evidence that they are 0. K. Try them.
We also carry a full line of staple
Dry Gills, "Men's Fiisli Ms, Hals oi Caps.
Eggs for Hatching.
Pure bred Black Mlnorcas, bred to lay.
l-4Egs bo cents per selling. i.ocai iraoeoniy.
aii iiAi.rn i.r.vv i, iieunoiu.
Hardware and Groceries.
Give us a call, if you want first-class goods at low prices. No '
"Cheap John" stuff here.
A. S. BLOWERS & SON.
Chas. Temple has lust received live gross of
Bye masses, nrsi quality lenses, anu can nt
any person in need of relluble spectacles.
Call and have your eyes tested and fitted with
glasses. No charge to show goods. aa
Eggs for Sale.
While Leghorn and While Wyandotte eggs,
76casetting. mu,i.u.ii, wuuunumu,
To hire n buggy and harness for one horse
for about two months. - w . J. bakmi.
A fill I line ofLegal Blanks for sale at Brad
ley 8 hcsik more.
Stock Ranch for Sale.
One of the best stock ranches In Camas
Prairie for sale: well improved, with 25 head
of cuttle. A bargain. Kor particulars, in
quire at W. B. dole's Htore. ni21
Oliver Chilled Plows,
Planet Jr Goods,
A reliable man. well acmiatnted with farm
work, stock ruining, poulttyor fruit f rowing,
deslreH to rent a place on shares, or would ac
cept a situation where n farmer, stockman or
fruitgrower desired a family to live on the
place and worn for wages. Address
a. u. m, ah i ill iv, iNorin 1 ainnin, ur.
oroof lo how that the land nomrhi
mora valuable fnr tu timber or ston than ft
urrtculiurai puritoN, and to etbiih h
claim to aaid land before the IWmtpr and
Receiver of thin ortlce at Vancouver, Wash.,
oo Monday, the 7th day of July, ptrl
He names an wltiwweu: RiU-rt K. Cox and
Albert W. Ublell, of Portland. Oregon; Rob
ert H. Panfbrthof Mill City, Orvgou; Waldo B.
Raich of Portland, OrepHi.
Any and all pfwni claiming adversely the
roveewrtbed lands are requested to die
their claims In this office on before aaid
Tthdayof July, lti.
alM3) W. R. PUN BAR, Register.
Hec. 1H. Where required, plank KUtters shall
Deconstructed alonir the blocks, as lonows:
n ank Nlmii he inches imca n
12 Inches with' and sliall be laid alongside the
curb, and Imbedded lu the solid earth, ana on
mu a sins axl'i Inches and 24 tncnes long
nlaced not more than 10 leetanart. 1 he side
plank shall be 3 inches thick and U Inches
wide. The side ilunk shall be sulked to the
bottom plank and the bottom plank lo tiie
curb by t inch spikes driven every H feet.
Hec. 17. Upon the Intersections box gutters
shall be made the same as open gutters, ex
cept that the top plank shall be 2 Inches
thick aud 18 inci.ej lomr. and to be spiked
erosswise to the side nlank. That portion oi
i ne guiier extending round ine siuewaia ur
ner shall he similar to (tie block gutter.
(See. IN. The street commissioner and city
surveyor may designate at what intersection
box gutters shall he laid across the streets.
Hoe. 1H. the urov sums of this ordinance re
lating to permits shall not be construed to
apply to focal repairs ordered or done uuder
tne supervision or the street commissioner,
unless the same shall require a survey; but
such reiiaini shall otherwise con tor in to the
provisions hereof so far as the same relates to
tne Kind or material and manner or rorK.
Bee. ao. The street commissioner and city
surveyor are hereby empowered to establish
the grade of and to improve and repair side
ana crosswams, mciuamg guuers, wnenevei
the common council, bv resolution or ordi
nance, direct the same to be done, and the
coots of such Improvements, construction, al
teration or repair shall hecome a lien upon
the property liable therefor, and shall be col
lected as provided in sections art to 78 Inclus
ive of the charter of the city of Hood Kiver
provided, that when the common council
has, by resolution or ordinance, directed any
of the improvements mentioned in this sec
tion to he made, the street commissioner
shall notify the owners or aeentsof the prop
erty a fleeted, who Uiall have 24 hours in
which to apply for the permit provided tor in
section 2 ot this ordinance, and a further time
of not to exceed 4) days in which to complete
said improvement; w hen, the owner or agent
falling in either case to comply herewith, the
street commissioner shall foiihwith complete
said Improvement; piovlded further, that
when an emeigncy exists such as is contem
plated In section Uuof the elmrterof the city
of Hood Kiver, the ctimmtttee on streets are
hereby empoweted to order the Improvement
orrepairtn the Intervals of the meetings ol
the common council.
Hec. 21. Any person violating any of the
provisions of this ordinance shall be deemed
uitty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction
tefore the recorder, shall be ponhdied by a
flue of not less than Hve dollars nor more
than twenty dollars, or by Imprisonment In
the city jail not less than two days nor more
Ihttn U n days, or both; and In ait'cAMe where
a tine shall he iinpow d under this ordinance.
It iall be the duty of the recorder to atljudife
that tiie ollender stand committed to the ctty
jail until such fine and costs of the soil shall
be paid, or in dt-fault of payment for a num
ber of days Rfieoittrd, and in the cowl ot tne
suit; and any -im,-u or persons w ho shat
maintain or continue such violation after
conviction for the first offence shall for each
day of maintaining or continuing lie deemed
guilty of a fpHraie offence, and on convic
tion thereof shall be ptiuitthed to the full ex
tent of the tine or imprisonment provided In
this seciim, and upon all cases ot convlet ton
under this ordinance, upon complaint ol the
marshal or street miuisioner, there shall
be an additional sum of three dollars taxed
as emts attains! the ffttentler. Which ihaii be
collected fiom the offender and paid to te
marshal or street nujitnissioner, aa the citae
t'ased the 0mmon Council April 7
11 Ci, and approved bv me this Mth cay o
April. b2. K. t HUU H, Mayor.
Attest: J. R. NlCKkUtKN, Recorder.
For Sale or Lease.
120 ueres In section 1. 1 N., 10 K.. nenr dnm In
fcrst Fork; litis vHlimiile tliiilier, sloping
vrchurd land una Hnoiu ueres ol Dot loin
H9 Here in s. 10. oimrter N, K. quarter, see. M.
s .V, Iu hJM HUioiiiinit lown, essi oi river,
lias about 21 acres of bench land; severui
acres of sloiie available for orchard.
Township road passes through this laud.
Lots 5 and II. block F, Hood River: lease.
Very little cash required from purchasers.
Income, not readv cash, desired bv owner.
Kasy arrangements nliout timber to aid in de-
rravinjf costs of clennni? and planting. In
quire of UKO. T. 1'llATll Kit, Hood Kiver.
Plans and Estimates Furnihtird.
S. H. COX.
If Tea is Your Choice,
We have SEVERAL CHOICE BRANDS to select from. FANCY
SPIDER LEG TEA, very eariy picked, clean, regular leaf, fancy in
EXTRA CHOICE SUN-DRIED TEA, absolutely uncolored, free
from chemicals, and extremely fine in the cup.
Also, the well-known brands of package goods Beaver Tea, Schil
ling's Best, Pride of Japan, Fountain Chop, etc., at
EVERH ART'S STORE.
LIST OF LANDS
1. Lots in Waucomn Park addition
from $!XJ to $100.
2. Eligible residence lots in Spangler's
subdivision,, near cannon house; only
$80 ; terms easy.
3. A rare bargain. The north 40 acres
of the Henderson farm at ( 1000 cash, for
ten days only.
4. Twenty-five acres of the Silliman
place, East Side ; IS acres in cultivation ;
young orchard ; f 75 an acre.
5. Unimproved and improved fruit
land to rent on five years lease.
0. For 30 days, the Henry Coe house
and two lots, knowff as the McCrory
property ; price $."00 cash.
7. Barrett-Sipma addition ; 75 per lot :
(HO down and (5 per month; no interest.
8. One of the most valuable corners
in the center of Hood River. Price
9. Fine homestead of 160 acres on
Rock creek near Davenport's. Price
$1,000-1:300 down, balance at 6 per
10. Lots in Hull's addition; each
lot level, 80 x 140 ; center of ball ground ;
11. 20 acres off the C. Dethman place
known as the Cox 20; all cleared and
ready for the plow ; price $2,000.
12. For 30 davs, 4 lots lying east of
the McCrory property ; price $175 cash
ior the two.
13. The Heavener 10 acres. Price,
14. Two eligible residences near cen
ter of town. Must be sold in 30 days.
15. Six acres and cottage, East Side,
known as the Chas. B. Prathar place,
will be sold cheap for cash in 30 days.
t6. Geo. Melton's lot and cottaco in
Barrett-Sipma addition $400.
17. Five acres at Frankton, known as
the C. H. Rogers place. Price $1,000.
18. Thos. Shore 9 acres ; new cottage ;
near Barrett school house; price $1,500.
19. The Glover farm, well improved,
4Vjj miles from Goldendale ; 240 acres ;
140 acres in cultivation; bS acres in
winter wheat; 7 acres in hog pasture,
with a creek running through it; all un
der fence, with cross fences; large
new barn and fine house. Price $12.50
an acre; will take llood Kiver property
in part payment.
21. N. W R. E. V, 8. N. E. sec.
4, T. 3 N., R. 11 E White Salmon ; fine
timber land ; $10 per acre.
22. The Emerson homestead, only one
mile east of town ; fine range ; $1,500.
28. 529 acres, with much fir timber,
including both falls on llood river. Re
fer to Butler & Co.
32. Emma G. Robinson's lfiO acres on
hills east of White Salmon, known as
the Dryer place; fine timber; unim
Kit) acres of land about 8 miles from
Hood River on Mosier creek, new house,
three acres in fruit, perfect title, $1000,
for sale at the Emporium.
House for Rent Coe's new cottage on
the school house hill. Price $7.50 per
month ; well water on the premises.
Money to loan.
At the Emporium is kept a first-class
surveyor's transit, and the proprietor
being a practical surveyor, is well pre
pared to do the work of laying out acre
age property in lots and blocks, anil do
ing all kinds of surveying.
N. B. Terms are easy on all the above
lands, with interest at tl per cent. Per
sons desiring locations on homesteads
and timber claims should apply at the
On account of ill health 1 will sell nut my
mllli nery busi ness MIUiHMAB MU 1 1
Barred Plymouth Rock
MiliM ior sale ai uucenis a scums;
all THOrt SHKRE
English Yorkshire Boar
J N KNN1HT, Mt Hood
GROCERIES, FLOUR & FEED, VEGETABLES
Fresh and Cured Meats.
In comparing prices do not forget that for SPOT CASH we give
5 per cent rebate checks. These are given to save book-keeping, and
' of course cannot be allowed on any transaction that goes on the books.
lO initic a lltrni in iv m i, ,11 ,.a,,i, ,
on west fork Kock creek, 4' miles from Hood I
Kiver. for house and lot In llood Kiver Will
live or lake boot CI1A8 BI'KATHAH
Team for Sale.
A vouns: and well-matched teaiu. Trice
tliO Tu lie sreii on the Units nlace.
,,,2 K. I. EATINUKR.
Pekin Duck Eggs.
uvpntv.tlve cents bcr setting ot 11.
.4 J. W. JKNKINH.
A fall-Mood Jeniey calf, four months old.
(or sale By j. u, mmun.
For YOU to Remember
TO CITY OF HOOD RIVER.
I have decided to Dial two Morks of land
lying; east of my residence aud extending
from Mate to l.ena street west of the new
chisil house. The two blocks, containing
only h lots, will be placed on the market af
ter Hie plat Is approved by the city council.
This tract embraces the very choicest por
tion ot Waucoma Height, and a number of
lots have already been sjsiken for. Map can
be stn at the otllce of John Iceland Hender
son, who will give any Information regarding
II. C. COE.
When yon need anything in the line of
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OIL AND GLASS,
You should call on
CHAS. N. CLARKE,
The Glacier Pharmacy
iTimhcr Lund, Act June , 1H78.1
NOTICE FOH PUBLICATION.
United Mates Ijind Office. Vancouver.
Wash,, Feb. 24, m)2. Notli-e is hereby ulven
that in compliance with t tie provisions of Hie
act of congress of June S, 1STS, entitled "An act
for the sale of tinnier liinds in the states of
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington
territory," lis extended to all the public laud
stales by act; of August 4, IH!2,
UhOKtiU . KKIMIIJIN,
of Port land, county of Multnomah, slate of
Oregon. has this day tiled in this office Ills sworn
statement Ivo. il1 lor tne purrliase of the
U.t S, south NW y, and NW H WW M of
section No. 1, In township No. 6 north.
range No. 10 east, W. M., and will of
fer proof to show that the land airtight
is more valuable for Its timber or stone than
for agricultural purposes, and to establish his
claim to said land before the Register and
Keeelver of tilts otili-e at Vancouver, Wash.,
on Tuesday, the :lth day of May, l!i&
He names as witnesses: Albert W. Iobdcll,
J. Allyu and lloberl F. Cox, all of Portland,
Oregon, and James F. Cox of Trout Lake.
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
Oregon, has this nay filed in this ollice his
sworn statement. No. 2172, for the purchase of
the south southeast 1-4, south !; south
we"I'4of section No. .fi, In township No. fj
north, range No. 10 east.Willamette meridian,
and will otter prtsif to show that the land
sought Is more valuable for its timber or
stone than fnr agricultural purposed, and to
establish his claim to said land before the
K.gislersnd Receiver of this ollice at Van.
couver. Wash on Tuesday, the l;ilh day of
He names as witnesses: George 0. Kcvnolda,
RotK-rt F. Cox and Albert W. l.obdell, all of
Portland, Oregon, and James F. Cox of Trout
Any and all persons clnlmlng adversely the
abovtdincrihed lands are requested to llie
their claim. In this ollice on or before said
l.'lth day of May, h02.
mTiuP W. R. DUNBAR, Register.
Tm of horses, about 1AO ponnds, and a
Mitchell truck, good s. new. ee
all OKO. T. PRATHF.R.
We, the undersigned, do mutually agree
that the rioertiip formed between us by
toe witness ariicl, s. be and the same I. hereby
dissolved, except lor the purpose 01 tne nnai
hfiuiiiation and settlement of tne business
Ibemif, and upon such settk'menl, wholly to
crae and terminate.
A. Whitehead to continue the cigar and
fruit snd ti'ttacco stand, and J. K. w II helm
continue '.lie bii"inesof the restaurant from
and sfter fills date.
Witness our hands snd seals at Hood River,
Oregon, oa March tsul
- A. WHITF.HF.An,
J. F. W1LHLLM.
OF CAREFUL CONSIDERATION
and a call to tee us will convince yon that we carry the very beat line
of FANCY AXD STAPLE GROCERIES. Call and see our fine
new line of Coffees, Extracts and Pjiice.
HANNA & HARTLEY,
Free Delivery. Phone 225.
(Timber Land, Act June 2, 1ft" s.
NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION.
United States Ijind Office, Vancouver,
Wash., March '.'4. Isoi Notice is hervby given
that in compliance with the provisions of
tl'.eact of congress of June 3, IsTH, entitled
"An act for the sale of timber lands In the
stab1 of California, Oregon. Nevada and
Washington Territory," as extended lo all
the puhiie land states bv a-t of August (, 1HU2,
JikVF.ril A. I.KAM,
of Portland, county ol Multnomah, stale o
Oregon, baa this day flU-d in this ottlce
his sworn siatenu nt No. 2:ei7, for the purchase
of I ties. K. N. F of section No. II in town
ship No. 1, north, range No. kirasl, W. M..and
will otter prtsif to show that the land sought
is motv valuable hsr Its tlmberor stone than
fOr agricultural purjMiM, and to establish his
claim Ui said land la-lure the Kivisti r and
Ke-civef of this ollice at Vancouver, Wash.,
on Today, the hah day of June, I'.li
He nanus aswiinos: James Cox, of Trout
(ke,Wash.; Albert W.lilsii-ll and iiola-rt F.
I ox, of Portland, Or.; and Joseph D. Reed, of
front l-ake, Wali.
Any and all person claiming adversely the
ahove-d"rril-d land, are requested to file
tiietrcialm. in this office on or before said
loth rty of June,
aljea w. K. DUNBAR, Register.