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About Mosier bulletin. (Mosier, Or.) 1909-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1909)
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
Professional Cards .........................per month I .50
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H. C. K1BBEE, Proprietor
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MOSIER, WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 1G, 1909
Real Estate on the Move
l Flood River's Reliable Jeweler for
Watches, Diamonds Jewelry
to the party ordering them, at legal rates, an£
paid for before affidavits are furnished.
Groceries and Gents' Furnishings
FLOUR, FEED, GLOVES, FAMILY MEDICINES, ETC.
Exclusive agent Tor
Hosier - Oregon
HEN IN HOOD RIVER TAKE YOUR MEALS
u s s e y ’ s
C hop H
D AVENPO RT
HARNESS Co. !
Has made a mark in the history of Slaughtering Prices.
Every article is marked in plain figures. No matter how
low or cheap you have ever bought before, we claim and
prove it by prices and material, that we are selling out
every piece of furniture at prices that amaze the most
shrewd and economical buyers. You positively cannot
afford to stay away from this sale. Sooner or later you
will need the article that you can now buy for one-half
the manufacturer’ s cost. A delay means so much loss
for you. it is our aim to sell every piece o f furniture in
Mr. Perlman is going out of business and
has turned over the store to our management. We need
the money. Never has such an opportunity stared you
in the face.
One 36-in. bellows, and one
foot-power ball bearing grind-
Notice is hereby given that a stone, cheap. G uy H. W ilson
Kann Bros. Co.
o f San Francisco, Managers
Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction.
D .C . M
H O O D RIVER
General Real Estate Dealer
Town Property and Fruit Lands Improved and
Information Cheerfully Furnished.
Write or call
‘ M w iw r
~ Kf4 MM KM
H. F. BOTHFUR
Real Estate, Insurance and Loans.
in large and Small Tracts. W e have som e very
rare values for the investor and the homeseeket.
Write or call for full information.
F . H . C o o l i d ge
Will he at Nichol’ s Store, Mosier, on Wednesday,
April 14th, and on each f'flow ing Wednesday.
Repairing Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
"of all kinds. Satisfaction guaranteed
Leave all work at Nichol’s Store.
JOHN G. ZOLLS & SONS
Contractors in Stone, Brick and Con
B r id a l V e il
JOH N W E L L B E R G , Prop.
Rates $1.00 per day and up
C. H. JENKJNS, D. M. D.
OFFICE OVER BUTLEK’BANK INI! COMPANY
Office 28 Resilience 28.11
HOOD RIVER - OREGON
Hom e Phone 62 K
E. C. BROCK,
S. E. IIART MESS
Furniture and Carpets, Etc.
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( The Latest in Spring Styles
“ FINE LAUNDRY WORK’ ’
Done with neatne»« and dispatch
Undertaker and T'.mhalmer
JOHN W ELLBERG. M ohifk A obn t
Kslahllsh?,l I POO
CO M PAN Y
HOOD RIVER. OREGON
j Pioneer Bankers of Hood River Valley.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
A LESLIE BUTLER,.President
J. N. TEAL. Vice President
TRUMAN BUTLER, Cushier
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M. E. WELCH
A Complete Line o f
R e g is t e r V e t e r in a r y S u r g e o n
Office at Fashion Stables
H o o d R iv e r
Thoroughbred Rhode Island Red
and White Leghorn Eggs for
JAS. E. COLE, Mgr.
c D o n a l d
Proprietor o f the
Square Deal Store
PARADISE POULTRY YARDS
OR A COMPLETE GASOLINE
k . M c G r e g o r
To the Biggest Sale this section of the country ever had.
To do it Properly, get a
DAVID ROBINSON. M. D.
Follow the Crowd
Now is the time to spray!
? meeting o f the citizens o f Mosier
Valley, will be held in Lamb’s
Hall on Monday evening, April
16-in. pine and
19th, for the purpose of reorgan
izing the Mosier Valley Com fir wood, cheap. Call at B ullet
mercial Club and electing officers, in Office.
and such other business as may
j come before the meeting.
W a n t e d —A t once, one good,
D. R o b i n s o n ,
sound work horse, about 1100
Secy. lbs. Inquire at B ulletin Office. Mosier
No mail orders filled.
AN D RESTAURANT
| Quick Service
Sid M. Nichol
First National Bank!
L A R A WA Y
T ue C are of the
As we have stated before,
George Chamberlain, one of
Mosier’ s wide awake real estate there are good openings in Mc-
men, reports two recent trans sier for various lines of business.
of The Dalles, Oregon
fers o f fruit land property near Particularly is this true of a
HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION
Mosier, which denote that real bank. Mosier needs a bank.
estate is on the move, and that To a short-sighted individual it
this immediate section is fast might appear that the town is
coming into prominence as a too small to support a hank.
J. S. SCHENCK, P resident
fruit growers’ paradise. One of Such would be the case with the
E d M. W illiams M ax A. V ogt
H e can nuike your u'atch keep time
the sales reported was 160 acres town itself, but the surrounding
owned by the East Hood River country is far ahead of the town;
Land Co., known as the Will that is, most of the wealth of
Hunter place, situated a mile and this section is in fruit orchards,
a half from town. This tract | many o f which are in a high state
Edna Nixon and Mary Bosler
T. C. Godbersen was a Hood
was sold to A. M. Proctor, of of cultivation and yield the own-
were absent part o f this week.
River visitor last Sunday.
New York City.
Mr. Lelliott ers handsome returns. There is
Fern Vincent, Julian Henning-
Roy Stnltz visited his grand
will have charge o f the place and money here, but it has to be de
will make extensive improve- posited out of town. The claim son and Carroll Davis are new mother at The Dalles on Sunday Fresh Bread and Pas taw every day
ments. The price paid for this is made that there are about pupils in Miss Booth’s room.
Meals at AH Elams
The seventh and eighth grades
R. E. Duncan, o f Hood River,
tract was $8,000. The other sale $35,000 of Mosier money depos-
was that known as the Batchel- ited in the banks of Hood River have been taking examinations is having a lot o f fruit trees set MRS. E. L GRAHAM, P rop .
ler place, and owned by Frank and The Dalles at present, and this week. The pupils are pre out on the Thomas ranch.
M o s ie r
’O r e g o n
Sweeney, of Portland.
This more people are coming into paring papers for the Alaka-Yu-
Max Ewfild Harmsen is build
tract was sold to Messrs Whitten the country all the time, bring- kon-Pacific Exposition.
ing a residence on his homestead
On April 9th, the flag was and making other improvements. G eo . C h a m b e r l a i n
& Stanly, of Portland, for $13,000. ing money with them. Perhaps
The new owners will have the not all this money would be with- raised in honor o f J. Sterling
Miss Anna Godbersen, who is
R EA L E S T A T E
land cleared and planted to fruit drawn from these outside banks, Morton, founder of Arbor Day. teaching sch<x>l at The Dalles,
trees as soon as possible.
| but enough o f it would be to in- The pupils assembled at nine for visited with her parents over Fruit
sure a local bank doing a good chapel exercises, after which the Sunday
business. Two or three parties school was divded into three
W. II. Kevslake drove over to
Robt. W. Simpson returned cn
have investigated the proposition divisions
The Dalles last Monday. H etas
Monday from a vist with friends
but seemed to think the time was follows:
located a number of settlers on
at The Dalles, and irfoim ed us
not quite ripe for a bank But | Root,
homesteads this Spring.
that Ben Woods, a well known j
some one with the pioneer spirit The work assigned was to re
■ former resident o f Mosier valley, will drop in before long and open
Rob’ t W. Simpson returned on Mosier
move the rock from the grounds.
went on the operating table at a bank When those parties who
Each and every one worked in-
the Hospital Monday morning. have investigated come back, I , , .
he visited with friends over
The operation was a serious one they will find the other fellow on 1 dustnously and by noon vnth the Easter. Mr. Simpson is making
the ground floor, and they will I assistance o f four men, a horse
and may have to be repeated, so
have lost a good business oppor- and a stone boat, pick-axes, a number o f improvements on
the result is still in doubt, tho
tunity. It is simply a question crow bars, shovels and wheelbar- his ranch.
strong ho; es are entertained for as to who will first take ad van t- rows the greater number of
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Gibbons,
GAY YOWF.LL, Mgr.
age o f this opening.
■ 1 rocks was moved as by magic, to Ray Bunnell and Miss Carrie;
the line in front, “ Many hands Olsen, o f The Dalles, visited last Harness and Saddlery Goods
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
make light work’ ’ , and both Saturday and Sunday with the
patrons and pupils are worthy of letter’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hand-made Harness a Specialty
praise. In the afternoon a pro- Ole Olson.
H O O D RIVER - OR EG O N
gram was rendered befitting the I Roy Thomas, Forest Ranger, !
occasion. Mrs. Booth and Mrs. 'left for the mountains last Sun- i
encouraging day. He will establish a camp
talks. The puj)ils of Mrs. Gove’s in the mountains and will take j
DENNY & HARVEY
room and the fourth grade then his wife with him later to spend
went for a walk, returningabout the summer,
h e a l e r s in
five thirty, p. m.
Fresh and Cured Meats
Goods sold for cash only.
goods sent C. 0. D.
Levtal advertisements will in all cases be chanted
Three Months.............................................................. ®
Business locals will be charged at 5 Mnts per line
I for each m tertion.
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J. G. VOGT’S
G. K 1 B B E E
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
M o s i e r
Materials, Fertilizers, Etc.
SPECIAL PRICES ON RED GLOVER SEED
H O O D R IV E R
O R EG O N
Chas. Graham has greatly im-
Rev. W. A. Stark left yester-
nroved the looks of his bakery day for Dufur to attend the Sun
building on Main Street, by the day School Convention being
held at that place.
addition of a covered porch