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Entered as second-class matter March 12, 1909, at
the post office at Mosier, Oregon, under the Act of
fcru h 3. 1879.
MOSIER, WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1909
Enlarge The Dalles
to&be party ordering them, a t legal rates, and
B u s in e s s
T he C a r e
Hood River's Reliable Jeweler for
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
A mass meeting of the citizens
of Mosier and surrounding coun
try will be held next Thursday
of The Dalles, Oregon
Story and Half Will be Added to night in Lamb’s Hall at 7:30
WILL HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION
Already Large Institution
o’clock to consider the matter of
getting up a big celebration for
Surplus and undivid
One of Best in the State the coming Fourth of July in
Mosier. We have enough people
J. S. SCHENCK, P r e s i d e n t
Building will be Equipped with in this district who possess suf- S
E d M . W il l ia m s M a x A . V o g t
He can make your watch keep time
All Modern Appliances.
ttcient Patriotism, enthusiasm
and energy to put up one ot the
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biggest celebrations that has ever
I The Dalles Hospital will be en-
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Odd Fellows Entertained
HOOD RIVER vs. MOSIER
tirely remodeled and another been held in this tek
Story and a half added to that woods. W e also have a beauti-
A baker’s dozen of Odd Fel
Last Sunday on the Hood Riv
already large institution. Arch- ful shady grove in which to hold er diamond Mosier was defeated lows chartered Ira Rowland’ s
itect C. J. Crandall has the plans j
vvith a spring of pure, cold by the Hood River team by the steam launch last Saturday night
almost completed and work wiH water—“ for them as likes it.” score o f 14 to 3. It was the old and went across the Columbia to
soon commence. The improve - 1 _,
Fresh Bread and Pastry every day
ment will mean an outlay of sev- The trains run very convement- story of “ Practise Makes Per visit the White Salmon Brothers.
Meals at All Horn's
eral thousand dollars and will ly from the east and west for the fect.” Mosier’s team work was Thru an oversight on the part of
make this institution one of the out-of-town people who wish to all to the bad while the Hood their secretary the W. S. boys
best in the state.
reach Mosier early in the day, River twirler received good sup were not expecting “ company,” MRS. E. L. GRAHAM, P rop .
I When completed, the milding
^ jn departing at night, they port throughout the
game. consequently they were not pre M osier
Will be equipped with all the
the pared to exemplify the work
modern fittings which go to
make comfort for patients and at 9 p. m., and no doubt arrange Mosier boys had, they did ex which the Mosier boys had hoped
G eo . C h a m b e r l a i n
■also all modern and best appli ments can be made with the rail ceedingly well.
Three o f the to see. However, the visitors
ances for the treatment of dis road company to flag the train regular team were out of the were treated royally, and they
ease. A complete steam heating going west at 6 p. m. Or those
game, which made it necessary say they intend to return to the
plant will be installed and an
electric elevator will give easy j who wish to can stay over and to change the whole infield line city on the hill in the near fu Fruit
the early morning train up, putting in a new catcher, 1st ture. There was one Odd Fellow
access to the upper floors.
Four iron fire escapes will home.
and 2nd basemen, and right in the visiting bunch who
make it impossible to be caught
Let everyone work with a will fielder. Both teams made num thought it would be nice to stay
in the building in case of fire, | for a big time and we will have
erous errors, which accounts for there so he wouldn't have to go
and two immense porches reach
ing to the third floor on both the
iront and back elevations will a hearty co-operation will make catcher for Mosier, carried off climb those steen hundred “ gold Mosier
ve ample and comfortable room of the occasion one long to be the honors in the matter of en stairs.” The White Salmon
r convalescents to enjoy the remembered in Mosier.
scores, he having made all three boys are all right and the mem
fresh and invigorating air, and
bers of Beacon Lodge hope to
of the runs.
will also open up a view across
the pleasure of entertaining
Owing to the disordered con
the Columbia and to Mount Ad BUSINESS HOUSE CHANGES
in Mosier before long.
ams, which cannot be excelled.
. Drs. Ferguson and Reuter
unable to give the score by in
A business change of consider
were compelled to make this ad
GAY YOWELL, Mgr.
dition owing to the fact that they able importance took place this
have been unable to accommo week when J. R. Nickelsen dis
Harness and Saddlery Goods
writer and lecturer, will give a
BASE BALL NOTES.
date the patients, who have made
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
application for admittance, on posed o f his big implement busi
lecture at the Baptist church on Hand-made Harness a Specialty
ness to C. L. Gilbert and C. H.
account of lack of room.
Saturday night, May 22nd. The
Drs. Belle and E. E. Ferguson Vaughan. The name of the new the absence o f the kicking which
HOOD RIVER - OREGON
have just returned from a trip of firm will be the Gilbert-Vaughan is common in all ball games. lecture will be illustrated by a
powerful arc light stereopticon
inspection in the hospitals of Implement Company. Arrange The “ ump” did his work well.
with 150 colored slides.
Germany and other European
Some conclusions arrived at subject will deal with the lec
countries and, without doubt, a ments have been made by the
great many of the methods of company to retain the services of are that it doesn’t pay to stay up turer’s travels in foreign coun-'
DENNY & HARVEY
those institutions will be adopted Mr. Nickelsen for some time to all night and dance, then play
tries. This promises to be a most
in The Dalles Hospital.
The acquaint the new owners o f the ball and expect to play the game
interesting lecture, and Mosier j
Germans are acknowledged to be company with the stock and fea
the leaders in medical science
people should not fail to see it. |
Fresh and Cured Meats
and Dr. Ferguson purchased all tures of the business, and Mr.
It is rather expensive to go to Remember the time and place, j
the most recent appliances in Gilbert has already assumed act base ball games—for some peo Tickets are on sale at Stewart’ s,
vented by them for surgical ive duties in connection with his
ple. Two watch fobs were lost Chown’s and Nichol’ s.
new interests. Unable to leave
The new building will have a the Butler Banking Company, last Sunday at the ball park.
capacity of more than sixty beds
Finder please notify the man
Notice is hereby given that on
and its location on the bluff over- wlth whom he has been associat- ager of the Mosier team.
looking the city will make it one ed for a long time, at such short
Tuesday, May 18th, the ladies of
John Wellberg, the Mosier ho Mosier will meet at Lamb’s Hall
o f the most sightly buildings of notice, Mr. Vaughan will enter
upon his new field o f labor about tel man, knows how to treat at 2:30 p. m., to organize a Civic
people. After the game Sunday Improvement Club. The ladies
Here and There
Mr. Gilbert and Mr. Vaughan he took thè base ball team into ; will please bear this in mind and
i The following is taken from a are both well known to every DeBussey’s Restaurant and gave attend in a body to organize and
Minnesota paper published last body in the Valley, and it is their them a big feed. Thanks, John. | work for better conditions in
»w eek and emphasizes the differ intention to keep on hand a
ence between the climate of that stock of everything that is need- -
Country, where the inhabitants ed in the way of implements and
JOHN G. ZOLLS & SONS
are still cutting ice and shoveling °tber wares that have heretofore
Contractors in Stone, Brick and Con
snow, and the climate of Oregon, characterized the business under
where flowers are in bloom and Mr. Nickelsen s management,
Strawberries are ripe. Mr. R. and to also add several new fea-
Noack, of Mosier, but a former tures ar,d lines to the business.—
r, esidentof the snow-bound, frost - 1 Hood River News,
DAVID ROBINSON, M. D.
bitten country referred to, hand-
ed us the item which follows:
High Heels Lose Suit
P h y s ic ia n a n d S u r g e o n
It is rather out of the ordinary 1
A woman in Oakland, Cal.,
or the street cars to get stuck
and a married woman, at that,
In snow drifts on the first of
has lost a suit for damages
May, but the thing happened
against the Oakland Traction Co.
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. D.
.this morning nevertheless. For
because she wore high heeled
D e n t is t
fully two hours this forenoon the
shoes. This woman was asking
OFFICE O V E R BUTLER B A N K IN G C O M P A N Y
cars were held up at Twenty-first
damages for injuries sustained
Office 2K Residence 2ft B
avenue and also at the base ball
by a fall from a streetcar. The
I HOOD RIVER
The first car that made the
S. E. BART MESS
trip to Waite Park got through guilty of contributory negligence
all right and it was not until the in wearing heels so high that
Undertaker and Emhalmer
snow began to drift at 9 o ’clock they prevented her keeping her
Home Phone 62 K E. C. BROCK, Res. Manager
Furniture and Carpets, Etc.
that they became stuck. A force
And the poor woman
■ of men with shovels and a scrap-
■ er worked from 9 until 11 o ’clock baa to pay the cost of the suit—
Served her right.
I clearing the track.
“ FINE LAUNDRY WORK’’
First National Bank
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Groceries and Gents' Furnishings
FLOUR, FEED, GLOVES, FAMILY MEDICINES, ETC
Exclusive agent for
Mosier - Oregon
H. F. BOTHFUR
Real Estate, Insurance and Loans. Fruit Land
in large and Small Tracts. W e have som e very
m re values for the investor and the homeseeket.
Write or call for full information.
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F. H. C o o l id g e
paid for before affidavits are furnished.
Will be at Nichol’s Store, Mosier, on Wednesday,
May _14th, and on each following Wednesday.
Repairing Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
o f all kinds. Satisfaction guaranteed
Leave all work at Nichol’s Store.
JOHN WELLBERG, Prop.
Rates $L 00 per day and up
Oregon MOSIER, OREGON
! B ridal V eil j
Now is the time to spray!
TRUMAN BUTLEB Cashier
M c D o n a l d
Proprietor of the
Square Deal Store
J O H N W E I . I . B f c U U . M ii mikk A i . k n t '
M. E. WELCH
R e g is t e r V e t e r in a r y S u r g e o n
This W eek
A Complete Line of
Feed, Grain, Field Seed, Poultry Supplies, Spray
Materials, Fertilizers, Etc.
SPECIAL PRICES ON RED CLOVER SEED
la o a tia iia iia o a iia iia iia iitia iia iia ittia iia iia ^ d ia iia ti^ iia iia iia iia iid ia i
W . I). ROGERS, Proprietor
MISS M. L. METCALF, AMfetant
Hood River Studio
Photographs and Phonograps
j Hood River
CHARTER No. 7272
Condensed Report of the Condition of
FIRST N ATIO N AL BANK
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Office at Fashion Stables
Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction.
OR A COMPLETE GASOLINE
All Dry Goods will be sold
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* Hood River Laundry Company
Done with neatness and dispatch
Out Sale! !
To do it Properly, get a
I Pioneer Bankers o f Hood River Valley.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits a
i LESLIE Ï BUTLER,
J. N. TEAL, Vice President 1
HOOD RIVER - OREGON
(R IVER, OREGON
LUMBERING CO. I
F-.tab'ichid 1 9 0 0
Incorporated 190 5
H oo d R iv e r
At the close of business, April 28, 1909, to the Comptroller o f the
Currency. Washington, D. C.
PARADISE POULTRY YARDS
Thoroughbred Rhode Island Red
^ and White Leghorn Eggs for
JAS. E. COLE, Mgr.
H. G . K I B B E E
N O T A R Y PUBLIC
M o s i e r
Loans and Discount*
United States Bonds and
Other Bonos and Warrants
10.0OO.u0 Undr F ed Profit»
Furniture and Fixtures
Re<!< mption Fund
l.itO.iXi Circulat or!
Du from Banks $9:',611.97
Cash in Safe - 29,472.' 3 $123,084.:t5 DepodU
20 , 000.00
3 0 7 .4 . I.C4
A ttest Correct, E. O. fciANCiiAM, Cashier