The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, March 19, 1908, Page Three, Image 3

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IMPORTANT MATTERS
ARE CONSIDERE
iht inaiD part of Ibe time was Uken
-iiu pennons aod luteoing to sr
.Ui. mo couoon meeting Mod
day vening.
th i" matter fter ,b wading of
... i . mlrr from A. (i.
liooa 4 to. IU regsrd lo installing an
alarm srsteni b whirl, u,. h k.n
cu bs ruujt from the Home telepboua
""-"""'i !' remrred to toe 0
and water committee.
a reimno whs ieo-hed wltb 105
iguer io can another eleotlrn
o j.o.uuo bond for I ha purposa of
io iucur spring au
Iiuiung in an Independent water
iem oy ids city. U. J reiber
pnseut Had read tba h.llowiug
meat lo lavor of thn nrrtiant.
Io the Honorable Mayor aod Council
of Hie City of Hood Uiver:
Gentlemen : In presenting yon with
j'biiwou roi anotber eleotiou on
bringing water to Hood River fiom
inoKer t spring It may not be oat of
Piace to give our reaaooi for tbli so
nuu.
in. A larger and better supply for
ure pioieonon la urgently needed in
eveiy pari or tbe city.
m. expected growth of tbe city
will forre this issue upon as In tbe
very near mtare it we do not volun
(amy atwiirrie It now.
3d. 'ibe state board nf haalth
its last repoit urged upon tbe import
suae oi "immediately securing
abundant and wholesome aupply
water, reoommending munioipal
4tb. Ibe present ' plant must
either replaced or displaced, .lore-
place it witb eight Inch pipe mains
me preseut company want a flie by
drunt contract for Ave years. Such a
contract would confine another part
ui iub cuy io its p repent nnsHtisfao
tory water and with uo fire protect
lion. Dix men mains, which to
proposed in tbe public meeting to
use if no oontraot were made with the
city, must be teplaoed later by eight
moo mains wneu are byrirants are in
stalled, thug keeping the streets oon
tinually dug up.
Fit b. lhis committee, at a consider
aMo expense to ouiselves, secured the
services or toe most competent en&i
neer in tlio iti.te to t" over all tbe
propottii i-ldiis and measure tbe
water.
Mi No ell was for many yeara witb
toe u. k. a a. uo. ibe state engl
ueer ri'Qumioended hiui to us Ilia le
port is us follows:
Uu March 9 1 made we'r measure
ments ol tbe lucker spring, about six
miles soul west of liood River, wltb
tbe following results:
For tbe weir at tbe main spring, 500
gallons per minute.
b'or the weir ah mt 50 yards below,
C'V) callous per minute.
At neither of these plaoea can tbe
entire amount of water be oolleoted
and made to pass over tbe weir. At
the Bret one a little water can be seen
on either side seeping tbrougb tbe
earth aud rocks, aud tbe lower weir
is at tbe foot of a reoent slide wbiob
baa Lacked tbe water up In a shallow
pool, tbe level of which we were
, obliged still fuitber to raise iu plac
lug our weir, so tbut it is reasonable
to assume that there was au appreci
able amount of wtitei seeping iuto tbe
loose, r cky isrouu I at tne ends ot tbe
weir.
The aino'.nt inea.-uieil at tbe loer
weir, 025 gallons per uiirue, would
iimouot to 900,000 gull per J.ij.
Uue uunureil gallons 1 1 r uay is uu
tin'Ple alloi'iince for euili inhabitant
I t ad ilo'iiontia purpura; l,m, oon-
silerini: tb. laruo amount ot sprink
1 '!!! whioh it is desirable to do lu tbe
bummer time at Hood River It might
Le adviseable to allow as much a 150
gallons. Ibis supply would suffice
tben for COOO people.
It is a little doubtful whether
fourteen loch pips would carry tbe
entire volume of tbe spring on i
grade of three feet per mile, as pro
posed by Mr. Roberts, but If this
grade could be increased to four feet,
which it seems tbete could be no
trouble in doing, this size of pipe
would be ample for tbe purpose.
1 lead Mr. Robert s report over
carefully aud while I could not, of
course under suob circumstances,
make soy check on tbe quantity, yet
bis report is full and explicit, aud
bears tbe mama of baving been care
fully worked out. -
As to tbe- polioy of securing a wa
ter sudcIv from this- spring for do
mestio purposes, it seems to me tnit
the Citv of Hood River can make no
mistake in seouiing every available
supply within reasonable dlstanoe,
T ntwloiMinnil Hior ore two other dob
sibie sources of supply, namely: Ibe
Oreen Point spring and tbe Lake Fork
ot Hood River. It either of these is
used this pipe is in direct line for an
extension and tbe same r'gbt of way
would permit pipes to be laid for
either ot these sources, if desirable.
Yours respectfully,
. J. P. NewelL
Ctb. The most Important part of
Mr. Robert's report, tbe part most
favoi able to tbe city, bas never jet
beeu published and we would respect
fully cell attention to tble art of bis
report. Committee.
A petition was received, uigned by
105 tax payers and voteiv, asking that
tbe council call no more special elec
tions for either putting in a water
system of their own, or buying the
present plant, until such t'u e as tbere
was actual need of tbe same by reason
of tbe city needing more watei. aud
also ashing tbat tbe city nmke a con
tract with tbe present water company
for a term ot five yenia, lor the in
stallation of 21 hydrants, at a rental
of $3 per month eaob; thei-orupany to
make improvements in th plant in
accordance witb tbe nqtiiieiuenta of
tbe board ol Are underwrite.
Roth petitions were referred to tbe
judiciary committee, to report at the
next meeting. . .'
Mr. Davidson addressed tbe council
in the Interest of tbe petition. Mr
Davidson said tbat be found. In going
around witb tbe petition, that many
people did not want their property
bended at the present tiuce to put in
water. Referring to the report of Lo
slneer Newell, read by Mr. Treiber,
be said tbat it compared favorably
witb tbe Roberts report. Ibe princi
pal objection he bad lo tba Tucker
spring was tbe elevutiou and also
stated tbat tbe amount ot water In
tbat spring was no more than In tbe
present npper and lower water sys
tems. He thought tbat tbe city should
not bond for water ontil it as need
ed. The company could give more
pressure in the hill witb a pump from
tbe lower spring than could le ob
tained from the Tucker spring Tbey
would take care of tbe bill. Ibe time
would oome when the city would have
to go into tbe water bnsim , nd
should tben go to Urceo Point for the
water. Tbere was a demand for Ore
protection. Many building in tie
business district were wooden struct
ures and tie city should be protected
against a dangerous Hre. Mr. David
son said bis own property was in dan
ger and wanted better Ore protection
but could not afford to make tbe out
iay or fiu.uuu ror bis own protection
aiuuo. ma company wanted lo i
tan me improvmruU at once and
wouia ute ao answer lo tbe propoai
tion.
Tbe health committee tepotUd tbat
tbey had carefully eon.idertd tbe
pucing oi llgbts on Pine street and
rt commended tbat tbe same be done.
provided Mr. Uessliog paid for tbe
rit o installation and maintenance
( i die lights.
a letter was received from the W.
U T. U. suiueting;that work be done
iu arm insulting the new fountain,
1 being reported tbat Mr. MoUain
h rt-ady to do the work as soon as
wi. weather became settled,no tnrtbei
cn iuu was isaeu.
ft Ull. . .
i (Biiiioo was received rrom iesi
dents along Columbia street atking
um tewer ce laid lu dlutrlot No,
and tbe same was oidered.
(JMiiiHiiiit No. 149. relatlna to the
grades on We, t S ale street, was pass
Ad ordinance wai Introduced
quiring that oement sidewalks be laid
a tie Ore limits district, whenever
oecomes oceeary to replaca tyres
ent wooden walk.
Ibe matter of re-buildlna tbe brldae
across Hood Hi vet was taken up and
uo oujciai nonce Having been received
as to what action tbe county court
bad taken in regard to tbe city taking
over the streets in tbe oity limits. It
was decided to seud a member of the
street committee to Ibe Dalles to
neet tbe members ot thu court and
asceitalu, II possible, jutt wbat ooold
be expected trom tbe county in tbe
way of turning over tbe baok taxes.
provided tbe proposition of tbe city
was accepted.
An adjournment was taken to nex
Monday evening.
Do Not Crowd the Season.
The first warm davs of SDrinir brinir
wiui mem n desire io get out and enjoy
the eihiliratinsr air and tunnhine.
Children that have been housed up all
winter are brought out and you wonder
wnere tney all came imiu. The heavy
winter clothing is ih own aside and
many abed their flannels. Then a cold
wave comes and people sav that erio is
epidemic. Colds at this season are even
more dangerous than in mid-winter, as
mere is much more danger of pneu
monia. lane cnamberlain's Couiil
Hemedv, however, and you will ha
nothing to fear. It alwava cures, and
we have never known a cold to result in
piiemiHinla when it was used. It is
leaeant and safe to take. Children
like it. For sale by Keir A Cass.
A Pugnaeiout Super.
When V. It. Benson, t!ie actor, wi
training two armies of "wipera" for
pattie, ne bad some difficulty In per
suading tbe weaker side to submit to
be conquered. Even at the flrst per
formance the vanquished force, which
Included a somewhat pugnacious Irish
man, who may be called X., upset tra
dltlonal usages by severely mauling Its
victors, and the play must have suf
fered If the hint of one of tbe warriors
bad not been taken.
"Look n-Iiere, Mr. Benson," he aatd,
If You want ua to he bonton von
must put v. In tbe other army. That's
tbe only way." Loudon Standard.
Cures Old Sores.
W till i, , (Ireland, Kans.. Mav 6. 1!W2
liilur.l Snow Liniment Co.: Your
now l.iuimi nt cured an old sore on the
Hie of my i-liiu that was supposed to be
tamer.' The. lore was stubborn and
would not yield to treatment until 1
tried bnow Liniment, which did the
work in short order. My sister. Mrs.
Sophia J. Carson, Allensville. Miflin
Co., P., has a r-ore and mistrusts that it
is a cancer. Please send her a 50c bot
tie. Bold by Chas. N. Clarke.
Msre Density. I
He I see tbat a scientist claims that
a man'a brain weighs 10 per cent more
tb.'in a woman's.
She No doubt the excess la all solid
matter. Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Cause of Stomach Troubles.
When a man has trouble with his
stomach you may know that he is eat
ing more man tie should or or some ar
icie ol lood or driuk not suited to his
age or occupation, or tbat bis bowels
are hamtnlly conxtipated. Take Cham
oenaiu s Moiuacu and Liver Tablets to
regulate the bowels and improve the di
gestion, and see if the trouble does not
isappear. Ask for a free camrjle. Hold
by Keir & Cass. t
Photographer Not quite such a sun
ny smile, please, or you'll tog the plate.
-Tatler. .
The old remedies are the best Hick
dry Bark Cough Remedy has been in
use for over one hundred veara bv the
old Dutch Dunkardsof Pennsylvania-
nd is still in use by all the old fmiiilie.
of Western Pennsylvania. I; absolute!
pure : made trom tne bark of the whitv
or shell bark hickory rue. TIih bark ie
shipped lroui the east, and iniinufacv
ii red in baleni, Uregon. rur Sale bv
Chan. N. Clarke and all dealers..
Right In His Line.
WANTfD
A KILL HAND
twWNCtfr in
punch -a oe wom
ehQuwe a omce
Teddy (the puglllst)-WeIl, dia is
dead easy. Dat'a right up me own
street Scribner.
He Felt 'Em.
Bacon Tbey say there are over s
million species of insects In the world.
Xgbert Thaf s no news to me. Don'l
you suppose I ever went to a Sunday
school picnic io the woods 1 Tonkexs
Statesman.
Ki'dol ir scientific preparation of vege
table acids with natural digestant and
contains the same junta found in a
healthy stomach. Lai-h d se w ill di
gest 3,000 grains of gxl fo d Hold by
Keir & Can.
.Thru
FOR
COUGHS
KING OF CURES colds
THE WONDER WORKER
THROAT I DR. KING'S I LUNGS
"M"
A
FOR COUGHS AND COLDS I
PREVENTS PNEUHOIilft
I had th most debiUtating cough a mortal was ever afflicted with, and my friends expected that
when I left mj bed it would surely be for my rave. Our doctor pronounced my case Incurable,
but thanki be to God, four bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery cured me so completely that I am
all sound and welL MRS. EVA UNCAPHER, Grorertown, Ind.
Pries 50c ud $1,00 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED! Trial Bottle Free
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
CHAS. N. CLARKE
Hotel Waucoma
Moderate Hates
Excellent Service
A FIRST-CLASS HOUSE
Farmer's Dinner
25o
P. F, FOUTS, Prop. Hood River, Or
THOS. CALKINS
WALTKB I8EXBERQ
Riverside Dairy
a WV can Kupply you with any quantity of Fresh Milk
PRICES ON APPLICATION
ree Delivery. Phone 414 -
AO C AE .! t
There is no case on record ol a eoncli
or cold resulting in pneumoii a or con-
Miiniptinn alter roley's Honey and Tar
hus Seen tnkH.i, as it will stop your cough
and bexk up your coM quicklv. Refuse
any but the genuine Foley' Honey and
Tar In a yellow package. Contains no
opiates and is safe and sure. Clark's
Drag Store.
he Plnnad a Ross en Me.
She sweetly bit the stem off short
And plniud a roa on ma;
the had to sUhtly raUa her hoad.
For aho was small, you seo.
And we wore all alone lust than.
She awootlr bit the sum off short
And pinned a roee on me.
I pressed mr tips upon her llpt,.
And love 'rflowed my eyes.
She did not say. "How dare you, slrf
But heaved soft, happy slfhs.
fb was mr Bother, eweetheart, all.
I pressed my lips upon her lips.
And lore Ailed full our avoa
-Chora Csokman Wataon In New Tors)
maa.
JACKSON & JACKSON,
Dealer in General Merchandise
Fancy Groceries Flour and Feed
and Lumbermen Supplies,
Free Delivery Homo I'hone . HOOD UIVER. OK.
LISTEN
and reme.nber the next timo that you
suffer from pain caused by damp
weather when yonr head nerrly biuets
from neuralgia try Knllard'a Suow Lin
iment. It will cure vou. A prominent
lmiiiehs man of IlempMiad, Texs,
wii e?: "1 have used vciir liniment.
I'levicSll- Il-P'lf it I HUH r iret sllftVr.
-I tiiiin i in u i. mi-ill Hiid iii-iiiulgi 4. I
in 1 kciI to ray that now I am free
i'' in thece complaints. I nut me I
' e this t y.nir liniment." S'ulil by
First Diner Out-I shay, ole cbaa
a you mow wiisnon?
Second Diner Out No. Whatsh lah
name?
First Dinar Out-I dunno.-TaUer,
Chaniberlain's Congh Remedy la Both
AgTeeaoie ana Effective.
Chamberlain's Coueh Remedy has no
ii lienor ior couens. co Ida and pmnn
and tbe fact that it is pleasant to take
ana contains nothing in any way in
jurious nas made it a favorite witb
mothers. Mr. W. 8. Pelham. a mr.
chant of Itirksville. Iowa, savs: "For
mora than 2U veara IMiamruti-lain'a
Cough Itemedy has been uiy leading
remedy for all throat troubles. It is
especially successful in caa nf n.rnn n.
Children like it and my customers who
imve useu ii will not take any other."
For sale by Keir A Cass.
Old Grsntisman la than anythln to
ee on the other aide?
Ferryman No.
Old Gentleman la there an Inn ot
anything)
Ferryman No.
Old Gentleman Then what do peo
ple go acroaa for)
Ferryman Tuppence. Sketch.
Aeglected Voids.
Every nart of tha mnciina nim-
braue, the nose, throat, ears, head and
lunss, etc.. are subjected to disease and
blight from neglected colds. Ballard's
llorelioiiinl Svrunia a iileasant ami ef.
(ective leinc-ilv.
W. Akendrkk. Vallev Mills. 'iVxua.
writes: "I have used Ballard's Hore-
hound Syrup for coughs and throat
troubles; it is a pleasant and most ef
fective remedy.' Sold bv Chas. N.
Clarke.
Truth Comes Home Slowly.
"I guess," said tbe wise old codger,
"the public must be satisfied tbat I've
been nothing but an old fossil for tbe
past twenty years or so."
"What led you to that conclusion V
"The fact that I'm just beginning to
realize that I'm not as young aa I used
to be."-Cathollc standard and Time.
Don't Complain
If your chest oains and von are nn.
able to sleep becanse of a cough, buy a
bottle of Mallard's Herehound Syrup,
and you w out have any couuh. Get a
bottle now and that cough will not last
long. A cure fur all pulmonary din
eae. Mrs. J. Galveston. Texss.writes :
I ran't sy enouirli for Ballard'a Hore-
imtiid Syrun. The relief it haa oivpn
me is all that is necessary for me to
say." Sold by Clias, N. Clarke.
For bargains in real estate sea Roa.
ell Shelley Catson, Wash.
whiil.kh.ilk ' RETAIL
THE DALLES NURSERIES
K. H. WEBER, Prop.
THE DALLES, (OREGON. .
OKOWKK AND DIALIB IX
FRUIT, SHADE THCCC GRAPEVINES
ORNAMENTAL KLLj SMAlZRUITS
Kvegna, Roiet and SHrubbey.
Remember, Our Trees are Crown Strictly Without Irrigation.
GOULD & SNYDER
PLUMBING
Steamand Hot Water Heating:
All jobbing promptly attended to.
Our Closing Out Sale
Has progressed beyond our expectations, all on ac
count of having the goods and giving the prices
that attract.
The Iron lied stock is still quite complete: forty
different styles yet remaining.
We are selling f 3.50 Beds for $2.80
" $4.15 $3.60
" $10.50 $8.10
" $12.00 $9.65
" $22.50 $18.25
Compare prices below with those you have been paying:
Ynm Yum Springs , $2.40
Fall Leaf Table ....$2.20
Kitchen 11.60
Sanitary Couches $5.25
" Davenports $0.25
Wool Top Mattresses $3.55
Three-quarter " 3.55
Single " , 2.45
Excelsior " $2.15
II. II. Trnaanrn it IK
D. Linoleum, 12 ft 66o
All wool Carpet 05
..MILLER'S DRUG STORE..
Has just received a 'shipment of American and Im
ported Perfumes, Ltundberg's, Iiieger's, "Roger & Gal
lett's in bulk 4nd presentation boxes.
The Finest Imported Soap for the Toilet
' ,4 Toilet Sets, Fancy' Papetrie, and many other ar
tides suitable for presents.
On the Heights, ! Hood River, Ore.
Why Go Down the Hill?
We jnvite your inspection
S. E. BARTMESS
e. p. r.
Next Door to McGuire Brothers, '
Clothes Cleaned, Pressed and Repaired
All work done with Electric
Iron and guaranteed
HOOD RIVER
Laundry Co.
Does Washing at
Reasona ble Rates '
Call Up Main 3141
HOME PHONE 123
!ub Chop House
- AND ;
RESTAURANT
Merchants' and Tamers
DINNER
11 A. M. to 2 P. M
25c
HsUyfciiiiMtri
A SPECIALTY
1. W. DeBUSSEY
OREGON
SHoirr Line
aho union Pacific
3 Trains to the East Dally
Through Pnllmin standard! and tonrlst
imping earalallra Omaha. Cblcaao, 8po-
7.7. '.V rrat ."""" c" ""'J o fcaasaa
nty: Uimmb Pnilmnn toortal sleeplna oar
(perontany eond inml) wwkly to Chicago.
Rwllnldg chair enra (imiti free) to tba Kaat
dally.
trnlon Depot- : Laava. Arrive
Chlcairo-Hortland flpeclal tor
the Kaul via Hnatlngton.dally 8:30 am 8:50 pm
Spoknne Flyer Ihr KaMern
Waahliigtnn. Walla Walla.
Iwlnlon. ( 'near ri' A lennanil
Oreat Northern polntn. dally S:t am
Mlanilc Expreaa tar the bat
via Hiinflntiton. dally 6:10 pm
rorilnnd-Pendleton local for
ill .oinu between Pendleton
and Cortland, dally 7:15 am
:00 am
J am
6:16 pm
RIVER SCHEDULE
FOR AHTOKIA and
way points, connecting
with 'Immrr for II aco
and North Beach atam
cr HaaKalo, Aab itreet
aocK (wawr per.)
FOR Dayton, Orevon
Illy and Yamhill Rlv
er pnlnla. Anh atreet
nor (water per.)
rOR LKW I8TON,
Idaho, and way points,
from Rlparla, Waab.
100 P. Ii
Dally .
except
Rnuday,
Hatnrday,
m P. M.
7.-00 A. M
Dally
except
Sunday.
1:40 A. II.
Dally
except
Saturday
6.00 PTM
Dally
except
Buaday.
7:30 P. M.
Dally
except
Sunday.
440P. M
Dally
exept
Friday
ornca books
FrHrhl Honae t a. m. to noon: 1 to t p.
m. no rreignt received or delivered after 6
Panenrrr Depot-nonn lor delivery or ex
i reaa and haggage will be I a. nt. Ull p. m.
WM. McMURRAY.
General Paaaengcr Agent, Portland, Or.
Comfort for Horses
5A Blankets bring comfort
and halth to the horse and
save money for the owner.
They proteel horses from the
wintry blasts; they keep
horses well, save their lives.
Strength, warmth and length
of wear are characteristics of
the 5A Blankets. Ask for
5A. Look for the 5A trade
mark.
Buy a SA Blaa Girth for the Stable.
Buy a 5.V Square for the Street.
We Sell Them
S.. J. FRANK
Harness and Saddles
.BICYCLE SHOP.
J. MARION REID
Bicycles. Guns, Sewing Ma
chines, Furnlturs, Umbrellas,
Stoves and Locks Repaired.
KEYS MADE TO ORDER
Bicycles, Guns, etc., sent by express for
repairs will be neatly and promptly re
paired and returned. Can save you $1
to 3.00 on price of new wheels. Tires,
brakes, and all kinds of repairs sold at
Portland prices. Prices ;furnished on
application. Reference: Itradstret
C P. ROSS
Billiards and
Bowling Alley
and Confectionery
PARLORS
THE BEST LINE OF
Tobaccos and Cigars
IN THE CITY
The Oregonian, Telegram and Journal
ON SALE SUN PA V,
BUY-
CUPID FLOUR
If You Want the best
Money can Buy.
iaBHHHBBBBBHHH
We Have a Car of Fine
OATS Just in.
Hood River Milling Go.
FAULTLEvSvS
Grubbing' Machines
Wire Rope and Extras
Wire Fencing of all Kinds
Spray Pumps, Hose and Extras. Buckeye Well
Pumps. SHARPLES CREAM SEPARATORS
VEHICLES and FARM MACHINERY
J. R. NIGRELvSEN
DC
30
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FRESH SUPPLY OF
mi wm m mm . arm w m srm n wm sm im m mw mt aa a sl
mu ait ui juud, muridit ui ruiaMl
AND ALL KINDS OF FERTILIZERS
COME TO US DIRECT FOR
W00D-FIBERED HOUSE PLASTER
CEMENT AND LIME
AS WE UNLOAD DIRECT FROM THE CARS
STRANAHAN & CLARK
Hood.River, Oregon
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