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S U B S C R IP T IO N K A T E S
O ne Year.
Six M o n t h s ...
T h ree Months
Professiom fl C a r d »................................jper m uulh S . * *
H. G. KIBBEE, Proprietor
O n e sq u are.................................................. “
O n e -q u a rte r C o lu m n .....................
O n e -h a lf C olu m n ...................................
1 D hi si ness locWls w ill be ch tia etl * t 5 oerribK p e r line
tfer each insertion.
Leical advertasements w ® m a ll enee# b e dh*nr* i
E n tered as second-class m atter M arch 12. 19i'9, at
the post office at M osier. O regon , under the A c t o f
M arch 3,1879.
MOSIER, W A SC O C O U N T Y , OREGON, F R ID A Y , M A Y 7, 1909
Mr. Day Visits Mosier
to the party ordering them , a t lejral rates, a n i
B u s in e s s e n t r u s t e d
T he C a r e o f th e
¡mid for before afTidavits are fumisJsaiL
The Inland Oregon Electric
Mr. Horace Day. of New York,
aid Mosier a visit last Friday,
neeting the local fruit growers’ porated yesterday, with a capi
of The Dalles, Oregon
Mr. Day was talization of $1,000,000. The in
W ’ association
HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION
D E A LE R S IN
making his annual tour of in- corporators are Mark W . Gill, H.
spection of the Northwest, look- J. Martin and C. D. Charles.
Surplus and undivid
The corporation proposes to |
ing up the fruit prospects for
this season. He was accompan construct an electric line from
FLOUR. FEED. GLOVES. FAM ILY MEDICINES. ETC.
J. S. SCHENCK, P r e s id e n t
ied by his son, Kenneth.
Mr. Condon to Canyon City, passing
E d M. W il l ia m s M a x A . V o g t
Exclusive agent for
Day is of the firm of Sgobel & through Fossil. A spur is to be ij
Day, the largest commission
merchants of the United States. ence of Trout Creek with the ~
GRAHAM ’S BAKERY
sections. Money can he invested
His son is secretary of the firm. Des Chutes River. The line will
Mr. Day thinks the prospects also run from Cross Keyes to
Mosier has numerous advant here in small or large tracts of
for fruit generally are good. Bend through O’ Neil, and also ages to offer to the home seeker, improved or unimproved land
though some sections will have a from O’Neil through Prineville the pleasure seeker, the invalid that will yield handsome returns
light crop. There will be a hea- to Howard,
or the investor. The homeseek- on the investment, for this land, Fresh Bread and Pastry every day
vy crop of Newtown Pippins on
The article provides for the er may, for a very reasonable as good as the best anywhere,
account of new orchards coming construction o f telegraph lines
and far superior to land in many
Meals at All Hours
outlay, secure a" small acreage, i
into bearing this year. In speak
I y y H E N IN HOOD R IV E R T A K E YOUR M EALS
on which he can, by intense sections that is considered good
be held MRS. E. L. GRAHAM, P rop .
ing of this section of country as consolidate with any railroad in farming, make a good living with fruit land, will not long
an apple producer, Mr. Day says Oregon, Washington, Idaho or his fruit, berries, vegetables, M the present low prices. I eo- M o s ie r
They also provide
that he saw as fine Spitzenburg California.
poultry and eggs, for which l)*e nere ^a%e not yet
h o p
apples in New York City last for the corporation’ s assistance there is always a good market at j habit” of charging the high
year that were grown in Mosier, in the operation of steamship home, and all surplus which can - 1 prices for their land that others
as any he saw that came from lines in anv one or all of the four not be sold here finds ready sale are asking elsewhere, tho this
Hood River or any other section i states named.
land is as well, or better, worth
in Hood River and Portland.
“ Italian prunes I may also purchase or lease land
those prices. Hence we repeat Fruit
The pleasure seeker finds a
grown in Mosier are fine,” said in these states. The stock is di-
that now is the time,
residence most delightful, with
he. “ Our firm handled all the vided into 10,000 shares of $100
MOSIER is the place, for the in
, our beautiful mountain and river
vestor and the home-seeker to
prunes shipped from Mosier last each.—Oregonian,
! scenery, our waterfalls, our fine
year, and they netted a return!
| streams abounding in fish, and j
Climatic conditions here are
o f 60 cents a crate. In handling
the beautiful drives through '
Alfred Parrish was given a W00(js ja(jen with the scent of most favorable.
The summer j M osier
prunes properly, it is absolutely
heat is not excessive, and the ________
necessary to preserve the bloom surprise party last Saturday af- wj)d flowerg
! nights are made
Whi,e Moaier has never
on the fruit. This can only be terncon by a number o f his!
young fnends, in honor of his
pleasant by the cool breezes from
done by careful handling.”
known particularly as a health
The time was
the Columbia river.
In his characteristically concise 9th birthday.
resort, we have a remarkably
Taken all together, we know of
manner, Mr. Day stated that pleasantly passed in playing j healthful and equable climate,
Real Estate, Insurance and Loans.
no other place on the “ footstool”
market prospects in New York games.
in large and Small Tracts. W e have som e very
and invalids coming here speed-
for apples and prunes were more served at four o’ clock, and at I ily find great relief, especially where a person could do better
GAY YOWELL, Mgr.
rare values for the investor and the homeseekei.
favorable this year than last, be six o’clock the little guests de- j [ those afflicted with pulmonary than by coming to MOSIER.
Write or call for full information.
Harness and Saddlery Goods
cause of certain prosperity in the parted, having enjoyed them or bronchial troubles. Here one
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
Form an Alliance
East after tariff matters are fin selves greatly and wishing Mas- \ can live in altitudes varying
Hand-made Harness a Specialty
ally settled, and he predicted a ter Alfred many happy returns ■ from 100 to 1800 or 2,000 feet,
A movement is on foot among
general boom for the year 1910, of the day. Those pfesent were: j according to the severity of his the governors of the western; HOOD RIVER - OREGON
unless something very unexpect- Freddie Nichol, Guy Duvall, j case.
But little sickness is states to form a tentative alii- --------------------------------
for Clairiss Middleswart, Emily Hus- j known here> the death rate be- ance among themselves to look to ! M O S T F R M
R K F !T
instance.” said he, “ a war, or anus, Ruth’ Mary and Grace jng. remarkably low. Our invig- the better interests of Washing-1
the death of our president.”
" ! e,e orating air, pure water and ton, Oregon, California, Arizona,
DENNY & HARVEY
Asked as to whether the apple
eu y, of
e a cs, and
I ita, beautiful scenery tend to build Utah, Nevada, Idaho and Mon-
output could be overdone, Mr. Gladys and Velna
°ge , 0 Up the worn-out system, bring tana. The proposal for the alli-
Will be at Nichol’ s Store, Mosier, am Wednesday,
Day replied: ‘ ‘For poor apples, Hood River.
the bloom of health to the cheek ance was made by Governor Spry
April 14th. and on each following Wednesday.
Fresh and Cured Meats
yes. GOOD apples, NO. Raise
n __ . D „■ „ n
and elasticity to the step.
of Utah, and the call for a con-
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
all the latter you can. and never
Mos>er, being on the mam line ference was made by Governor
o f all kinds. SattsfarSion guaranteed
fear that the market will be
^jernian,a L o ° mm? ° f the 0 . R. & N ., is within easy Hay, of Washington to meet in
Leave all work at Nichol’s Store.
People want the House, at the corner of Second
access to Portland. Many people j Spokane about August 1st. Gov- j IVTpvcjpy>
O p p ov»n
BEST, and will pay the price. and Union Streets, The Dalles,
who own property here take ad-1 ernor Benson received a letter
The poor apples you can’t give last Monday, caused a consider vantage of this and run up to from Governor Hay declaring
them, and it costs as much to able property loss of between |
spend the day, returning in the that the rapid growth of this
raise a poor apple as a good $3,000 and $4,000. The building, evening.
country and its development and
owned by C. P. Johannsen, was
To the investor, Mosier offers opportunities
JOH N IVELLBERG, Prop.
Mr. Day was asked what he partially covered by insurance. great possibilities for, being a new legislative action. —Ex.
thought of the orchards of Mos- A strong wind blowing at the country, land values are not so
ier. His reply was terse:“ Don’ t time, threatened to spread the
exhorbitantly high as in older
Mosier needs a Drug Store.
know anything about orchards, flames to adjoining property, but
Couldn’ t tell one apple tree from prompt and efficient work of the
But—show me your fire laddies confined the fire to i
■A p p l e s and I’ll tell you what one building,
JOHN G. Z O U 5 & SONS
kind of trees you have.”
Contractors in Stone, Brick and Con
The firm of Sgobel & Day last To Form Improvement Club
year shipped to England 160 car
On Tuesday, May 18th, the
Pippins, ladies of Mosier will meet at
j grown in Watsonville, California, Lamb’s Hall, at 2:30 p. m., to
Established 1 9 0 0
which netted back less than $1 organize a Civic Improvement
D A V ID ROBINSON. M. D.
per box on 4-tier, and less than Club.
The ladies will please
75c per box on 4 1-2 tier apples. bear this in mind and attend in a
P h y s ic ia n a n d S u r g e o n
Watsonville is three miles from body to organize and work fori
HOOD R IV E R , O R E G O N
the ocean and 20 feet above sea better conditions in Mosier.
- —<»» ------ —
Pioneer Bankers o f Hood River Valley.
level. Heavy fogs roll in, envel
oping the orchards, af d as a con
Transact a General Banking Business.
Now that Abdul Hamid’ s num
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. D.
sequence, a rest forms on the erous wives are leaving him, it
Interest Paid Qn Time Deposits
D e n t is t
apples and they deteriorate in should no longer lie necessary
ESLIE BUTLER, PrcsMort
J. N. TEAL, Vice I
O F F IC E O V E R B U T I .E R B A N K IN O C O M P A N Y
value, as they become very un fur the bachelors of the country
TRUMAN BUTLER, Cashier
P H ONKS:
O ffice 28 Reiarie nee 28 B
to live, or die, single. Come ear
Mr. Day and son left Friday ly and avoid the rush.
(W W W
night for The Dalles, and from
Elmer Coyle and family ar
S. E. BARTMESS
there they will work on east.
A Complete Line oi
rived in Mosier last Sunday night
L A R A WA Y
First National Bank
H ood River's Reliable Jeweler for \
B R O S.
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
D o u g h e r t y - F i t h i a n Shoes
Mosier - Oregon
AN D RESTAURANT
I Quick Service
H. F. BOTHFUR
F. H . C oolidge
Alex. Stewart T h e
Rates $ L 0 0 per day end up
Î B r id a l V e il
B A N K IN G
HOOD RIVER - OREGON
from Carlton, Oregon, and will
probably remain here this sum
r’hea? for Cash:—One 12-oz. mer. Mr. Coyle will return to
wa'l tent, 12x16, with fly. Used Carlton for a few days next
o> soason. C all at once or write week, in order to get some things
t o M o s ie t B u l l e t i n .
which he left there.
Hom e Phone 6 2 K
E. C. BROCK,
Tent for Sale
To do it Properly, get a
OR A COMPLETE GASOLINE
D .C . M
c D o n a l d
Proprietor of the
Square Deal Store
Furniture and Carpets, Etc.
be out Monday,
W E LL WORK
W E L L DONE
Materials, Fertilizers, Etc.
SPECIAL PRICES ON RED CLOVER SEED
“ FINE LAUNDRY W O R K ”
Done with neatness and (fispatch
The undersigned is thoroughly
prepared to put down open wells
Leodica Haacke and Grace Du- jn any part of Wasco or Hood Hood River laundry Company
vail are at school again after sev- River Counties, have a complete
J O H N W E U .B K R Í Í . M o h i u A m
era! days absence.
, outfit including pipe cutting and
N ow is the time to spray!
Guaranteed to Give
Undertaker and Embalmer
W H IT E H E A D 'S
H O O D R IV E R
First Team Again Defeated
M. E. WELCH
Also do all
Since most of the children
Sunday afternoon the 2nd
have recovered from their severe kinds of cement and concrete R e g is t e r V e t e r i n a r y S u r g e o n
team again played the Regulars
A. E. N egus .
colds, the attendance is much work.
Office at Fashion Stables
a game of base ball and Twin out
The Dalles or ML Hood, Ore.
H o o d R iv e r
O r e g o n by the score o f 7 to 2.
4 t or tt
The Whittier Literary Society
PARADISE POULTRY YARDS
is now substituting spelling for
team out o f three games jJayed,
literary exercises. Friday after
Thoroughbred Rhode Island Red
qualifying them for first
noon ¡3 spent in having spelling
and White Leghorn Eggs for
to ami including the
seventh inning the game was
stone, cheap. G uy H. W ilson
JAS. E. COLE, Mgr.
The State examinations forth«
good, the score being 3 to 2.
eighth grade pupils will be held
Then the reguláis blewuj*. The
For Sale or trade for Mosier
on May 13 and 11.
team expects to play Underwood
will take the examinations are Fruit Land, 487 acres improved i
in a week or two and may call on
Anna Haacke. Clyde Root, Rov wheat ranch in Gilliam County,
a few o f the 2nd loam to help
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
H . F. B o t h EUR,
Duvall, Leo Higley and Mattie Oregon.
them win. The line-u.> o f the
Mosier, Oregon. M o s ie r
- - - O r e g o n teams follow:
H. G. K I B B E E
Second team Position First team
Brant - - - c
Frey - * ■ P -
Harvey - - lb
2b - Carpenter
Bill Jim -
- E. Root
Dunsmore - t f
Snore by innings.
1 2 3 4 5 * 6 7 8 9
^ n< 3,' ü Ü ® 1 0 1 1 2
l i t T .O 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
Ratteries, Frey and Brant;
Vincent, Higley and Yonish.
Um i.e , Brooks.