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HOC 13 ItiVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1905.
BY-LAWS OF THE
Following are the constitution and by
lawn of the Hood River Volunteer Fire
Name and Object.
Section 1. This company shall be
known rh tho Hood River Volunteer
Sec. i!. Uh object shull be to save
liven Mid piopoi ty from damage and
dost.UcLioi; Ly fiio.
Section 1. Thin department shall
coiiniat of the following companion:
Hone companion, hook anil ladder com
pany and onKiue cuompany.
Section 1. The ofllcera of thig com
pany ahull connist of president, vice
pronidoiit, secretary and treasurer.
chief , UHHuistant chief, foreman of
bono companies, assistant foremen,
foremen of hook and ladder com
pany assistant foreman, chief engin
eer, first engineer, second engineer,
third engineer, all of whom shall
hold office for the term of one year
or until their sviccessors are duly elect
ed and qualified.
Sec. 2. The officers shall le elected
by ballot at the regular meetng held
on tho first Wednesday In February of
each year, and a majority of all the
legal votes cust sluill be necessary for
Sec. 3. The order of election shall
commence with President and proceed
as enumerated iu Section One of this
Sec, 4. In case a vacancy
occurs in any office it shall te filled
at the first regulur meeting thereafter
in the manner proscrited In Section
Two of this article.
Section. 1. This Fire Department
shall consist of not less than S) or
more than 10 active mombors.
Section 1. A standing committee
of three active members shall be ap
pointed ty tno iiresident at the an
umtl meeting on the llrst Wednesday
In February, who shall hold their po
sition for one voar or until their suc
cessors are duly appointed and Qual
ified. This committee shall be known
as the Finance Committee.
See. 2. Special committees shall
no appointed uy tno 'resident or
chosen by the Company wheuover do'
s uu wo.
Duties of Olllcors.
Section 1. The Presideut: He shall
preside at all meetings, maintain
strict order and decorum, and see that
au business is trausaotod In accord
anoe with tho laws and rules of the
Soo. 2. -The iVIce Presldout: lie
shall perform the duties of the Presi
dent in his absence.
Sec. 3. The Secretary: He shall
keep a correct record of all meetings,
aiso or nres ami lire alarms, also a
correct account with each member of
the Company, Ho shall notify them
of their election to membership. He
shall keep a correct roll and call the
same ut ail meetings, and after every
flro, drill or alurm. He shall keep
a cornice account oi all receipts and
disbursements and render a semi an
nual report of all busiuoss of his office.
He shall at the llrst opportunity, at
or after each meeting, pay over to the
.treasurer all money In his hands,
taking a receipt therefor.
He shall keen a correct list of all the
momliers of the company, with the
date of their election, suspension or
expulsion, and shall report all elect
ions and expulsions of members to
tho President, once each quarter.
Sec. 4. The Treasurer: He shall
receive and safely deposit iu a local
bank all funds of the Company, and
shall pay out the same upon a war
rant signed by the Presideut aud
Heuretnry, He shall keep a correct
account of all receipts aud disburse
ments of his office and shall render
a semi-minimi report thereof. For
the faithful discharge of his duty be
shull give bonds In the sum of Two
Hundred Dollars with two good aud
noo.o. inecniei snail exorcise a
general supervision over the fire de
partment. He shall have control and
uiHiiunitfMit of tho engine apparatus,
equipments, hose, hooks, aud ladders
and all other property used aud pro
vided for tho extinguishment of tires.
Ho shall promulgate ail regulations,
rules and ordersr elating to the fire
department, and it shall tie tho duty
of subordinate officers and members
of the department are to respect and
olioy the said chief as the head aud
chief of tho department; also to pur
chase nil necossary equipments aud
supplies of the department as he may
Soo. (1 The Assistant Chief: He
shall assist the chief in all his duties,
aud iu case of tho chief's absence he
shall assume his duties and authority.
Sec. 7. Tho foreman of the Hose
Companies: He shall have command
of tiie company when out on duty or
ilk practice, lie shall see that all hose
equipment of his department are kept
in proper condition. In the absence
of superior officers be shall assume
Soo. 8. Assistant Foreman of Hose
Companies: He shall have command
of the company, subject to the com
mand of the foreman. In the absence
uf the foremnu he shall assume his
duties aud authority.
Sec. 0. Foreman of Hook and Lad
dor Company. Ho shall have the com
mand of the company when out on
duty or parade ; he shall see that the
hooks and ladders aud other equip
ments of his department are kept in
Sec. 10. Assistant Foreman of Hook
and Ladder Compuuy : He shall have
command of the company, subject to
the command of the foreman, and in
the absence of the foremau shall as
sume his duties and command.
See. 11. Chief Engineer: The Chief
Engineer shall have full supervision
of tho engine aud apparatus and
equipments of his department and see
that the same are kept in perfect
See. 12. First Assistant Engineer:
lie shull asist tho chief engineer, and
in case of his aiisonce shall assume
Soo. Second Assistant Engi
neer: lie shall assist his superior ottl
cer, and iu case of the absence of both
ho shull usstinc command.
Duties of Committees.
Section 1. It shall be the duty of
the finance committee to examine and
report at least semi-annually the
account and books of tho secretary
and treasurer; also to report lu writ
ing upou itll applicati ns for member
ship either approve or disapproved;
to report on all bills and claims pre
sented to tho company for settlement.
They shull submit initially a writ
ten report of the condition aud
affairs of the company.
Sec. 2 It shall be the duty of the
special committees to consider all
matters submitted to them and re
port them directly
Election and Duties of Members.
Section 1. Any person a resident
of Hood River, Oregon, between !the
ages of 18 and 50 of good moral char
actor.shall be entitled to membership.
See. 2, Election of members: All
applications must be in writing,
signed hy the applicant and the pro
poser. Jt shall be referred to the
finance committee, and after their
report a vote shall be taken by ballot
and if the same be faroraple by two
thirds of all the votes cast, the ap
plicant shall be declared elected.
case a candidate is rejected the fee
shall be refunded. No candidate shull
be allowed to sign - the constitution
until he has complied with the con
Sec. 3. Duties of Members: Every
member shall hasten to the engine
house on an alarm being sounded, and
there perform such duties as may be
required of him by the officers,
lie shall attend all meetings for bus
iuoss drills, or parades, and render
cheerful obedoieuce to all laws aud
rulos of the Company.
Section 1. No resignation of a
member shall tie accepted unless all
flues, duos, penalties aud assessments
are discharged, except by a two-thirds
vote of all members present at a regu
lar meeting. By complying with this
article he may procure au honorable
Sickness and Death.
Soction 1. Sickness or death iu the
family of a memlier, or absence from
the city, is sufficient excuse from du
ty ; any other excuse must receive the
assent of two-thirds of the mompbers
Soc. 2. Any officer or memlier who
fails or neglects to attend meetings,
drills, parades or fires for three suc
cessive meetings without giving satis
factory excuse to his company, may
bo reported by any memlier of his
company to the chief, whose duty it
will be to declare the office vacant aud
ordera new election.
Order of Business.
Section 1. 1. Reading the minutes
of the previous meeting. '
2. Collection of amount due from
3. Resignations aud expulsions.
4. Proposals for momlieiHhip,
5. Balloting on candidates.
6. Report of officers.
7. Report of committees.
8. Unfinished business.
!). New business.
10. Election of officers.
11. Roll call
Soction 1. The regular meetings
shall be held on the first Wednesday
in eacn nioutn.
Soction 1. The president may call
special meetings whenever he deems it
necessary provided the memliors shall
be notilled by the secretary.
Moo i.rAhut memoes shall consti
tute a quorum at any regular or spe
Section 1, Amendments to this
constitution or these by-laws may be
made at any regular meeting by a two
thirds vote of the members present,
notice of such amendment having
been given In writing at a previous
regular or special meeting.
W. E. Sheets. W. A Morgan. W. A.
Gadwu, 8. J. Frank, Bert. Stranuhan,
L. O. Morgan, A. Whitehead. W. S.
Ollngor, Percy Cross, Emett Tomp
kins, W. T. Dickey, W. It. MuOniro.
E. C. Wright, C. S. Jones, Theodore
Kopp, Tony Ostium, t'lureuce Shaw,
Arthur 1). Dalmev. It. J. Woicka.
Joe Vogt, Edwin A. Henderson, M.
J. Foley, Loe. E. Ulrich, R. W. Kent.
Startling But True,
People the world over were borllled
on learning of the burning of a L'hicugi
theatre in wiilen nearly out) people lost
their lives, yet more than five times
this number or over 8,000 people died
from pneumonia in Chicago during the
same year, with scarcely a passing uo-
iioe. livery one or ttiese cases of
pneumonia resulted from a cold and
eould have been prevented by the
timely use of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. A great many who had every
reason to fear pneumonia have warded
It oil' by the prompt use of this remedy.
The following Is an Instance of this
sort: "Too much cannot be said In
favor of Chambeilaln's Cough Remedy
and especially for colds and intltieu.u.
I Know that u cured my daughter.
Laura, of a severe cold and I believe
saved her life when she was threatened
with pneumonia," W.D.Wilcox, Lo
gan, New York. Sold at Williams'
HAVE GOOD RECORDS
The following pupils were neither
absent nor tardy doling tho month
of January. :
Charley Luge, Mark Rollins,
Carl Newman, Ruth Ilaibi.-on,
Mabel Robinson, Raymond ()rdmy,
Hugo I'uusch, Mm ion Spi oat,
Allene Chirk, Amy Staulier,
Nellie Perry, Inez Lester,
Albert Miller, lilim Clark,
Piutl Moiir, Ralph Perry.
Edith WiacJiell, (Jlaiiys CliuVk,
Carl Moh r, lilanch Harbison,
Hulday Sieverkrupp, Loe Ncwmun, -
Edgar Van Alien.
I'M ward W ells.
MABEL RIDDELL, Principal.
Tiie following named pupils were
neither absent nor tardy during the
month ending January '.!, :
Frieda Iliuriciis, Clifford Helms,
Viola Wilson, ' Eva milli,
Huldu Hinrichs, William Hlocbor.
Claude Thompson, Sanki-v llaivh.
VY ulio Puwdson,
KounothShoeinaker, Mai i
Vernon Shoemaker. Arthur
Roy Cnippi r,
Wesley Mai kham,
(ilen Shoemaker, Roy Rloehor,
IJisile ShiTleb, Gii.-i-ie i o, berg,
May Simth, limy llor-kins,'
Puruloo Scroggiiis, Elsie Moore,
William Davenport,, lohnnio Wynu,
(.iiarissii i uivenpoi t, iies.-io camp,
lajr Service for Light System.
The Hood River Eloctrio Light.
Power and Water Co. are arranging to
move Into new quarters iu the Brosius
block, Kooma are lielng tlted up for
au office ou the ground floor of the
Secoud street side. Baker A Co., the
real estate dealers, will also have offi
ce rooms in the sumo locution. A
handsome sign adorns the window.
J Extensive improvemens are contem
plated by the Light and Water Co. just
as soon as the weather will permit op
erations, Tho mains iu tho business
portions of the city will lie enlarged,
and Mr. Davidson states tluit there
will lie a day system of lights and mo
The Ice factory will be operatod for
a time wltn power from the box tap
lory, but later electric power will lie
supplied, and as the wurorooms will
lie entirelly enclosed, lights will be
needed at all times. Motor power will
be sold to oluer parties.
( lnuahei Iain's, Mother's Favorite
The soothing and healing pmsrtie
oi mis remedy, lis pleasant taste and
prompt and permanent cures have
made it a favorite with people every
where. It is especially prized by moth
ers of small children, for colds, croup
aud whooping cough, as it always af
fords quick relief and as it contains no
opium or other harmful drug, It may bo
given as confidently to a baby ai to an
adult. For side at Williams' l'har
macy. Buying Apples at Moslcr.
The Davidson Fruit Co. secured
three cars of apples at Mosier lust
week. Four more were secured iu the
valley, making a total of seven iu the
last few days. Mr. Davidson states
that if he could have secured ten cars
at short notice a few days ago, he
could have sold them at a very good
Erin st liiixby,
Abu t in I'log,
Oscar Williamson, Richard W ill hunson
Minte Blocher, Ru mond Ingalls.
0, D. THOMPSON, Principal.
.11 en at Hood School.
( ieorge Cooper,
CliU'ord '.I. honias,
Dolbert Tomliiison Pearl Andross,
Emma Andrpss, Leonard Lnrwood,
David Cooper, Ralph I liomas,
Violet Kelly, Eorena Eeasuro.
Gladys Leasiire, Esther Wishurt,
Helen Jurwood, Aetlio HeJmcr,
NAN COOPER Principal,
D.V1SV E. TIIOMAS,AsWniit.
Did the l iaplre ( all it Sale?
So it is to bo Cascade county with
Hood River us tint county seat.
Scores one more for the big red ap
ple, the luscious straw be i rv. and lor
the Hood River darter, u paper de
serving of county seat privileges and
A few countrrfoilers have lately hern
making and trying to sell iiriial'ionsof
Dr. Kings New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs anil colds uml other i I-
iclnos, I hereby defrauding the public.
This Is to warn you 1 beware of such
people, who seek to prolit, I drone i
stealing the reputation of remedies
which have been sueressliilly curing
disease, for over I!" your. Asuicpio
teelion, to you, is our name on the
wrapper. Look fur it, on all Dr. King's
or Bucklin's remedies, u all ol hers are
mere imitations. II. F, I'.ivm in a Co.,
Chicago, III., uml Windsor, Canada.
Medicines sold alt. M. Clai ke's ding
KIMVIS A. IIKMH:i:S()N, M.mn:r'i
(Nciliny Public lor (iiviui.)
PROPERTY 1 1 1 li SALE.
I wo lois ou Hie lull lor suit
f'JIO cash. Lots fiOl::o leet.
A lot southeast of the high school
pl'.'fi on installments, frl'l down, !" per
mouth, at 8 per cent. The lots will ad
vance f-o each soon.
1 wo lots ovi rlooking
ami Hood rivers. Price,
balance f 10 r eiont h a
Two lots and S-rooni li
just buck of high m -1 r .
square. Price, if mi) i;-h,
ti-room house, pli-tcivd, corrugated
iron wooil.-hi d, iiiMtivl '..r ;i v;,is for
S per re-it.
isc I'd leet
up, lot ')Pl,;o; price.
o(IO, fully paid
f 1-UO, easy terms
Two lots lotMi ii.
tered and papered,
rdv water and !
LMx:iO, tL'MO; flout)
gage at S per com.
6 acres straw ben
cleared; V berries, 'J
miles Pom cilv, i o
8V'S acres 3 miles out, o
b"'0 apple trees L1 yeaiM'ld,
Ivrries, acres bav, if ! 1
nice cettajie and outbuilds
(Sightly lot and line r
house ou. hill, fl KM; eiv
Four lots and cottage c
est .-improvements, elech h
malic apparatus, etc, ,i.o r
fL'lOO; easy term-".
Two lots two bl.n ks I'lelU p.
i'tM); also resilience and two I
Many fumm all over the valle
Find you hemes, rent liuii-e-lords,
or find houe- for v,u
collect lulls, negiMiatr leans Yr
inocev to loan.
Call fui: nut I in tied
want. EDWIN A. 11ENI
o l-oti-e, p!as
, Pay barn
t'.t .nice mort-
iii, ; ' j acres
all cottages, ;i
0 I cah.
' ,0 i' - straw
i: " cash;
. en this,
w o roomed
r nioio ra.-h.
IMits mil' -er
The First National Bank
OF HOOD RIVER
WE PAY INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS
HERE AIIE MANY who are under the erroneous im
prwsion that tliev never control money enough to
start a bank account. In this thev are mistaken. We
solicit small aocouuts as well as large. We handle bot
with our best care and offer you our services.
Craftsand Bank Money Orders Sold on All Parts of the World.
. THE FIRST NATIONAL JSANK
Home Made Candy Store
We manufacture all our own Candy, and make it fresh
every day. ( andy made to order on short notice.
Full line of Hon Bons, Nuts and Confectionery.
HOOD RIVER TRANSFER
& LIVERY CO.
TICLET OFFICE FOR THE REGULATOR LINE OF STEAMERS.
Hauling:, Draying, Baggage Transferred, First
Class Livery Turnouts Always Ready.
We purchased recently a quantity of Steel Box
Stoves iit about 500 on the dollar, and propose to
give our customers 'the opportunity to buy at less than
wholesale. "Y e have them in 25, 28 and 30-inch lengths,
ami are making a price of $4.25, $4.50 and $5.00.
These stoves ore standard goods, full cast bottom
and top and heavy steel sides, with swing top, which ad
nuts very large wood.
W. HAYNES & CO.
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
and Building Material
, PAINTS AND OILS.
FURNITURE REPAIRED. Best prices
guaranteed. Call find look through the Stock.
Glad to show vou around.
Undertaker and Embalmer
i t i.m.l-
I.I ivut, '
lillll vou I
ii hut v.
Cnder the auspices of the members of
I.O.O.F. & Rebekah Lodges
TUESDAY EVENING, FEB. 21, 1905.
Having completed their new hall, the members of Idle
wilde Lodge and the members of Laurel Lodge have de
cided to give a social dance in their new hall. The floor in
this hall is the very best in the city for dancing, they hav
ing taken great pains in this particular.
The l,est of music will be in attendance. A good time
guaranteed to all.
Invitations will be issued.
Will be found in the
the Corner Store
Come and see us.
G. E. WILLIAMS,
The Prescription Druggist.
PARK AND WASHINGTON STREETS
Established in 1866. Open all the year. Private or
class instruction. . Thousands of graduates in posi
tions; opportunities constantly occurring. It pays to
attend our school. Catalogue, specimens, etc., free.
A. P. ARMSTRONG, LL.B., PRINCIPAL
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Majestic & Mesaba Ranges
and Stiletto Cutlery.
HOOD RIVER HEIGHTS,
A L. CARMICHAEL
hoOd river heights
Full line of Gloves and Mittens, 25c to 11.50.
First Grade Wales Goodyear Snow Excluders-
Men's 1 and 3-buckle 1.50 to $1.75
Ladies' 3-buckle $1.7c
Misses' and Children's I -buckle 60c to 755
J. B. FLETCHER & CO.
Groceries, Flour and Feed,
Notions, Glassware, Crockery, etc.
' HOOD RIVER HEIGHTS.
SPOT CASH GROCERY
WOOD & SMITH BROS., Proprietors.
Groceries, Flour and Feed
FRESH VEGETABLES RECEIVED DAILY.
Only Exclusive Grocery Store in the City. Free Delivery. Phone
JACKSON & JACKSON,
Dealer in General Merchandise
and Lumbermen's Supplies,
Railroad Ties, Cordwood, Lumber and Cedar Posts
Telephone No. 31.
HOOD RIVER, OR.
The Big Second Hand Store
For BARGAINS in Furnitr.ie. Stoves and Ransres. Crock
ery, Tin and Granite Ware, e: c. Furnitu re and Stove Re
pairing and picture framing. All work guaranteed.
0. P. DABNEY & CO., Props.