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About Mosier bulletin. (Mosier, Or.) 1909-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 12, 1909)
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Mosier’«; Fame Snreadinc
Imnmvements in Town
Organize Tomorrow Night.
John WellbeJg, Deputy Grand
Hustler, will organize a lodge of l
Hustling Knights o f Woodcraft I-
tomorrow night at Lamb’s Hall,
after the regular meeting of the |5:'
M. W. A. Twenty-one charter Ú
members will ride the “ donkey.” 3
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This is an auxiliary side degree I Tt
of the M. W. A., and the object
is to furnish amusement for its i «
the exceptionally cold snap last
January’ injured fruit in this, as
well as all other districts in East
ern Oregon, the extent of the
damage here is not so great as
has been reported in Portland
papers, and it is only reasonable
to suppose that the person who
gave out the report that most of
the fruit and some of the trees
had been killed, did so without
first thoroughly informing him
self on the subject.
J P. Carroll, Fruit Inspector
for Wasco County, recently made
the following statement to the
writer—unofficial because he had
not completed his investigations
in the entire county.
“ I have made a partial exami
nation of the fruit conditions in
Mosier district and find that
while the peach and apricot
crop will be a failure this year,
and the pear crop will no doubt
be light, there wilfifte practically
a full crop of apples, cherries
The Odd Fellows of Beacon and small fruits, providing the
Lodge, No. 182, were most weather conditions are > favorable
pleasantly surprised, at the close ! from now on.
Of course the
of their regular session last Tues critical period for cherries has
day night when a number of lady. not yet passed, but the circulat
Rebekahs marched in loaded with ed report that great damage has
good things to eat, which the been done to most of the fruit is
brothers were not long in dispos erroneous, misleading and injuri
ing of. We understand the Re ous to this section, and should
bekahs are addicted to this habit be corrected.”
and that it breaks out frequently.
While it is known locally up
We can’ t answer for the other and down the Columbia basin
fellows, but for ourselves we’ ll that no finer fruit grows any
remark that we are willing to where than that produced in
encourage it, and promise to Mosier district, the fame of this
never miss an opportunity if we particular locality as a producer
get the “ tip” in time.
of fruit of the finest quality has
not reached the outside world
H omeseekers , drop in and see and eastern buyers suppose they
what Mosier has to offer.
i are getting apples from sections
of Oregon that have been widely
advertised. But Mosier apples
: will come into their own soon, as
Mosier fruit growers are staming
their boxes with their name and
residence, and ‘Mosier Apples’ or
‘Grown in Mosier’ stamped on a
box of apples or other fruit will
be sufficient to command the top
prices in any market.
paid fo r before affidavits are furnished.
To inspect our line o f Pattern
, hats which will be on display
Wednesday and Thursday
March 24th and 25th
Our workmanship is the Best and our prices reasonable
J. <£ L. HA WLEY
Knapp Millinery Store
.H O O D R IV E R
Successors to Mrs. Billings
■yy HEN IN HOOD RIVER TAKE YOUR MEALS
D e B u ssevs
C h o p H ou se
AN D RESTAURANT
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General Real Estate Dealer
T ruJT Lem.
Town Property .(md pfdit L w d s Improved and
Informytiop Cheerfully Furnished.
Write or call
If you want a good Spray
Pump, buy a Bean—for sale by
A. S tewart .
He can make your watch keep time
QUALITY IS FIRST |
P rice is N ext
I 1 WE GIVE YOU BOTH
Rev. Walton Skipworth, of
The Dalles, held quarterly con
ference at Mosier last week, con
ducting services Friday night.
Rev. H. C. Clark preached on
Saturday night and Sunday
morning and evening.
The dance given in Stroup’ s 19
Hall last Saturday night was
largely attended and proved t<.
be a most enjoyable affair. Re
freshments were served at The
Pines Hotel. The Trio Orches
tra o f Hood River discoursed ex
Advertise in the BULLETIN — í
and get results.
Wd Manufacture Everything in
OREGON FIR AND
M o st D f f ic ik n t G r u b b e r
M a r k e t .
G u a r a n t e e d . F or sale by
on t h e
HOOD RIVER - OREGON
All calls promptly attended. ntghi or day, Cuty or country
Embalming a Specialty
P hone ?
HOME-Office. K B : Residence 1
PACIFIC- “ 3oM: Residence ¿.-ll
Rates $1.00 per day and up
We also carry
LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALS
For Flftimates on Lumber or Building ¿Materials, Address
B r id a l V e il L u m b e r in g
C o .
(HOOD RIVER BRANCH)
. . .
Ï , BUTLER BANKING COM PANY
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, AND A COMPLETE
T h e PINES HOTEL
JOHN WELLBERG, Prop.
J. E. NICHOLS
l ndertaker and Funeral Director
1 HOOD RIVER
You are Cordially Invited
are under way and projected in
Mosier, and when they are all
completed, the town will present
a different appearance.
E. N. Stroup is erecting a sub
stantial frame building 40x70
feet, the lower floor o f which
will be used as a general mer
chandise store, the upper story
as a lodge room and dance hall.
This is at present the largest and
most imposing structure in town
and is evidence of Mr. Stroup’s
business sagacity and progress-
Mr. Guy Wilson has about com
pleted an up-to-date bungalow
which, aside from J. N. Mosier’s
residence will be the most
attractive house in town.
Mosier will soon finish
the house he recently bought of
Mr. Hunter, and Mr. John Evans
will erect a house on his lot ad
joining his present residence.
f Hood River's Reliable Jeweler for
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
Business locals will be charged »♦ 5 cents per lint)
Fruit Prosnerts for Mosier.
to the party ordering them, at legal rates, and
G R E E T IN G !
Niehol» Ridir. Cor. Oak and Fifth fit«
HOOD RIVER. OP. EGON
Legal advertisements will in all cases be charged
MOSII TR, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1909
Chicago, arrived in town on
Monday last and will locate here.
Mr. Fraedricks recently pur
chased the Price Hunter place
I near town, and in proof of the
With tthis issue' the M osier :
fact that the fame of Mosier fruit
B ulletin begins its existence,!
is spreading beyond the state
not with any idea of ‘ ‘setting the Our policy in conducting the J boundaries, he claims that his at
Columbia on. fire,
<«’ dead-lock B ulletin may be stated briefly:- tention was first called to this
ing the legislature, or boosting a We believe in a square deal to section.by a box o>f peach plums,
“ made-in-Oregon'” n.un into the
stamped, “ Price Hunter, Mosier,
believe in printing all the .Oregon.”
next presidential chair, or even.
The plums were of
news that is fit to print—noth
to “ get rich quick.” Our object
such fine quality that Mr. Fred
and excuse in fathering this liate j ing else-
ricks was anxious to know some
We believe in having c-anvictions
’rival in the journalistic fiekl is
and the courage of them, but thing about the country where
r “ boost” for Mosier and the
we do not believe in attempt they were grown, and wrote to
country round about—to keep | ing to force others to believe as Mr. Hunter. The correspond
we do—unless it is to convince ence resulted In Mr. Fraedricks
the town and neighborhood post
them that MOSIER is the. fruit
ed on matters of local, county
making a trip to Mosier.
paradise of Oregon.
and state interest, to make of
was so pleased with the country
this sheet a valuable advertising We do not believe in religious or that he purchased Mr. Hunter’s
political controversies in a
medium for local and general ad
newspaper; they do no good place.
vertisers, and to inform the out
Mosier fruit, stamped as such,
side home-seekers and business
Neither will we allow mud- with the name of the grower on
slinging of any kind in our col each box, and sent to the large
investors of the fact that Mosier,
umns. We want a clean sheet.
Wasco County, Oregon, is ©or the
Politically we have our person distributing houses all over the
map; inform them of the great al convictions and affiliations but United States, will be the means
possibilities of this particularsec- propose to run an independent of bringing thousands of invest-
tion in fruit raising, gardening; paper. We are no politician— I ors into the country and of
etc. To that end we shall en don’ t understand the game and j spreading the fame which is
deavor to present the advantages don’ t want to. Furthermore, we rightfully ours.
believe that a country newspaper
of coming here while landrs com
that depends on the entire public
for patronage, should not be
Hood River Hotel Sold
We know of no section; in the partisan unless it is making a
The Waucoma Hotel at Hood
State more favored in various business of politics, which we
ways than is this, and whether a are not. We are here to work River was sold last week to
for the interests of Mosier and Chas. Hall and Ernest Smith,
person has much or little capital
Mosier District in particular and
to invest in a home or business, the country in general, and inci- two business men of that city.
he can make no mistake in. in-: dently our own interests, and to The price paid is reported as
; $26,000. It is the intention of
that end we shall ever strive.
vesting it in MOSIER.
the new owners to enlarge the
I capacity of the hotel by an
MOSIER’S ADVANTAGES ! addition on the west end which
Mosier is posessed o f at least : will be 80x100 feet in size.
A large meteor fell last Sun
day night, supposedly in the three advantages which particu
neighborhood of Dufur.
Its larly recommend it a» a place in
Keep your eye on Mosier.
passage through the air was ac which to live and rear children.
Mosier needs a new depot with
companied by a brilliant white First, church and Sunday school
light, and when it bumped the privileges, services feeing held
bumps in the hills about Dufur, every Sabbath. Second, an ex
it must have1 hurt itself consider cellent school, and third, the ab
ably, for it made a terrible rack sence of saloons, which to all I See
et about it. It is said that the parents is, or should be, a vital
Dufurites claim this meteor as point., These three things make
all their own and will get it “ pat for morality, decency and good
ented” and exhibit it at the citizenship, and wifi be appreci
The Dalles Chronicle Is inaug
urating a contest which is at
tracting much interest through
out the county and which will
add many new subscribers to
that hustling paper. They pro
pose to send four young ladies,
free of all expense to them, to
the Alaska-Yukon Exposition at
Seattle. To the young lady who
secures the greatest number of
votes in her respective district,
will be given this free trip. The
three young ladies in Mosier who
have entered the contest are the
Misses Elsie Denny, Gertrude
Davenport and Mary Middle-
swart. Mosier and Dufur are in
the same division and it is re
ported that the Dufurites say
they do not intend to let a Mosier
girl win the prize, and are work
ing hard to send one of their
girls to the fair.
We do not know at present how
many votes any one of our girls
has to her credit, but we predict
that a Mosier giri will “ come un
der the wire” a winner. Here’s
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HOOD RIVER, OREGON
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Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
LESLIE BUTLER. President
j. N. TEAL. Vice President
TRUMAN BUTLER. Ca>!iier
A Complete Line of
Materials, Fertilizers, £tc.
SPECIAL PRICES ON RED CLOVER SEED
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