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About Mosier bulletin. (Mosier, Or.) 1909-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1909)
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
H. G. KIBBEE. Proprietor
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Entered as «ec^nd-cíass matter Mandi 1-. l ì
theapo-’ office at Mutier, Oregon, under the A ct oi
iM O S IE R CLEANS UP
MOSIER, W A SC O C O U N T Y , OREGON, F R ID A Y , JU N E 4, 1909
MOSIER TO HAVE A BANK.
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Civic Improvement Club Serves .Articles of Incorporation Filet!—
Dinner to Workers.
Much Interest Shown.
B usiness entrusted to
T he C are of the
First National Bank
of The Dalles, Oregon
W IL L
A T T E N T IO N
D EA LER S IN
Hood R ivers Reliable Jeweler for £
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
f Surplus and undivid
Í J. S. SCHENCK, P resident
5 E d M. W illiams M ax A. V qgt
That Mosier will get the long-
Las' Tuesday was a red-letter
day for Mosier. At 8 o clock ta.lked-of bank seems assured.
M. Ross, a banker of
many o f the men and boys oi ti e Rob
in the East
town appeared on the streets
H e can make your match keep time
armed with picks, shovels, rakes, and South, after investigate,
crowbars, etc., and commenced a number of points in Oregon
cleaning the streets. Two teams and Washington, has selected
Base Bail Club Organized.
Credit to Mosier.
were kept busy hauling off the Mosier as offering the best op
Last Monday night a number
rock and rubbish—the accumu portunity for a profitable bank
The women of Mosier deserve
lation o f years.
credit for organizing the Civic of the men and boys o f Mosier
and log piles were burned, and met a number of the citizens at Improvement Club and should met at the warehouse of the
things that had been eye-sores Lamb’ s Hall and discussed the have the hearty support of every Fruit Growers’ Association for
to she public were disposed of. proposition. Much interest was true American citizen. The club the purpose of organizing a base Fresh Bread and Pastry every day
H. G. Kibbee was
and by night that part of the manifested and assures the suc was organized for the purpose of ball club.
down which had been worked on cess of this new business ven improving and beautifying the elected chairman and J. M. Car- MRS. E. L. GRAHAM, P rop .
The club was
presented a striking contrast to ture. Mr. Ross expressed the town of Mosier by asking every roll. secretary.
its former appearance, and to opinion that with favorable con business man and resident» to organized with a membership of M osier
the rest of the town which has ditions the bank will be able to clear away the rocks and rubbish about 28, the fee being $1.00 and
not as yet felt the rejuvenating open its doors for business with from their premises, and places dues 10 cents per week. There
G eo . C h a m b e r l a i n
touch of the “ house-cleaners.” in the next month.
Keep the front are yet a number o f persons who
Al! sorts and conditions of men o f the bank will be distributed clear o f boxes and such things have not put their names down,
and boy3 reported for work— throughout the entire community that block the walk in front of but with each member a com
even ye editor and Jack McGreg and the officers and directors the stores, in other words, the mittee of one, the names are be Fruit
or coming to the front with a will all be well-known local citi owner of the townsite to stipulate ing constantly brought in. This
determination to “ do or die.” zens. These will be elected at a in the contract of sale that each is a good move and was brought
They “ did,” and very nearly meeting to be held within the one should consider ic his duty to about by the manner in which •
died—at the dinner table.
keep that portion of the street
The boys and girls of Hosier haps be able to give full details in front of his residence or place The club will take over the uni
require special meniion for their in our next issue.
of business free from all obnox forms which the boys have re Mosier
About 830,000 o f Mosier money
energy during the forenoon.
ious things that hurt the eyes
They worked with a will and is deposited in The Dalles, Hood and cause strangers or prospect they have paid out on them.
were valuable assistants under River and Portland banks. Not ive residents to have unpleasant Everybody who wants to, can
George Chamberlain’s supervis all this will be withdrawn at opinions o f us and say we were try out for the team. We have
ion. The ladies of the Civic Im once in favor of the Mosier bank not up-to-date. So every person plenty of material here for a
provement Club, assisted by the but the people will gradually should help the club, for their high-class team, and if indica
GAY Y O W E L L , Mgr.
other ladies, in town, had pre patronize a home institution, and object and purposes are good tions count for anything, that is
pared a sumptuous bnnouet in it is the general opinion that a ones and will do a great work if what we will have. Everybody' Harness and Saddlery Goods
Lamb’s Hall, to which all those bank here will be a good invest the people will take kindly to it, is enthusiastic over the idea.
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
who had worked for the public ment.
and they will, for it originated Another meeting will be held to Hand-made Harness a Specialty
welfare and received a little red
in Mosier; was organized in Mos night to further perfect the or
Everybody come | HOOD RIVER - OREGON
ticket, were invited. This ban Mosier Visitors Burned out. ier by the ladies of Mosier and ganization.
quet was the ladies’ contribution
The place of
Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. Newman, every lady was present or nearly
to the work, and the vigor with
of Hood River, attended the everyone, and when the women
which the hungry men and boys
8 o’ clock.
dance at Stroup’ s Hall last Sat
attacked the delicious viands was
DENNY & HARVEY
urday night, furnishing the mus If they can’ t win with kind
an eloquent tribute to the high
ic for the dance. They left their
D E A L E R S IN
culinary art attained by Hosier’ s j
home securely fastened, and and shovels. So, men get out of ;
Mr. Louis Kruger is spending
there had been no fire in the your habit of whittling on dry
Fresh and Cured Meats
To the Civic Improvement
building since before neon. goods boxes, spinning yarns and the week on the hill.
Club belongs the credit for the
About midnight, however, a talking loud. Get to work and
work done Tuesday. Much more
I. M. Thomas is preparing to'
neighbor, who was up with a
work remains to be done, and it
move his family next week.
sick child, discovered that the Mosier women are the best that
isftheir intention to have another
will be a much regretted loss in
Newman house was on fire. The
‘ ‘clarin’ up” time before long.
M. L. H unter ,
alarm wras given, but before help
In the meantime the household
arrived the entire structure was
Memorial Day was observed
ers can get busy and clean up
ablaze, and the neighbors suc
school on Friday by appropri - 1
their premises and beautify their
ceeded in saving but two chairs. HIDES!
exercises. Among the vis-1
homes, thus assisting in making
There was an insurance of $800
Bring your hides to the Bul itors were Messrs. Ole and Pete
Mosier an attractive town. Also,
on the house but none on the letin office. We buy them, rep Olesen, Dickinson, Stoltz, Mrs. j
let every individual in the com
contents, which included a fine resenting Kauffman, Davidson, Godl>ersen, Mrs. Wilson and Mr. j
munity take a personal pride in
the appearance of our streets by
Mystery surrounds the burn
picking up, wherever and when
ing of the Newman house, as no
JOHN G. ZOLLS & SONS
ever he sees it, any flying paper,
fire was in the range, no light
or rubbish o f any kind, on the
Contractors in Stone, Brick and Con
had been left burning and the
street and placing it in recepta
crete W ork
electric light company claims the
cles which should be furnished
wires were all right and that the
and placed conveniently for the
purpose. The habit of cleanli blaze could not be caused by de
fective wiring o f the building.
ness and order will grow on a
DAVID ROBINSON, M. D.
community, as on an individual,
There will be an entertainment
am! soon we v/ill have a town
P hysician and S urgeon
Which will be remarked upon by given by the school at No. 8
Strangers as the cleanest, most school house Thursday evening,
•attractive place they know of. June 10th, at 8:15 o’clock. The
Individual and civic pride will program will consist o f recita
C. II. JENKINS, D. M. I).
accomplish wonders for a town.: tions, readings and vocal music.
Let us have it sufficient, and One of the musical features is a
OFFICE OVER BUTLER BAN KIN G COMPANY
contralto solo by Mrs. J. Howard
Mosier will come to the front.
Office 28 Residence 28 B
After the program a
H O O D R IV E R
B Dame Rumor reports a wed lunch will be served and home
ding in the Greenwood neighbor
h o o d last Tuesday, hut as no
S. E. BART MESS
■Minde has “ showed up” to claim Refreshments 10 cents.
Undertaker and Embalmer
the kiss which the editor is sup ceeds to be used for supplment-
posed to give on 3uch occasions, ary bocks. A good program and
Hom e Phone 62 K
Pcs. Manager j
Furniture and Carpets, Etc.
¿an d as no hunk of wedding cake a pleasant social evening is as
Kr.as as yet made its appearance
Remember No. 8 school
|n our sanctum, it is possible that sured.
the report was a canaid.
We house, Thursday evening, June
“ FINE LAUNDRY W ORK’’
10th. 8:15 o ’clock.
Groceries and Gents * Furnishings
FLOUR. FEED, CLOVES, FAMILY
Exclusive agent for
D o u g h e r t y - F i t h i a n Shoes
'MMW o t
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.
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JOH N W ELLBER G , Prop.
H A R N E SS Co.
Rates $ 1 .0 0 per day and up
Established 1 9 0 0
Incorporated 1 9 0 5
B A N K IN G
H O O D R IVER . O R E G O N
Pioneer Bankers of Hood River Valley.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
Oregon j 1
LESLIE BUTLER, President
F. McKERCHER, Vice President
TRUM AN BUTLER. Cashier
I BRIDAL VE
A Complete Line of
Feed, Grain, Field Seed, Poultry Supplies, Spray
Materials, Fertilizers, Etc.
SPECTYL PRICES ON RED CLOVER SEED
W H IT E H E A D ’S
H O O D R IVE R
W. D. ROGERS, Proprietor
O R EG O N
MISS M. L. METCALF. Aattetant
Hood River Studio
Photographs and Phonograps
s HOOD RIVER - OREGON j
. C. BROCK,
Now is the time to spray!
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OR A COMPLETE GASOLINE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
At the close o f business, April 28, 1909, to the Comptroller o f the
Currency, Washington, D. C.
Loans and Discounts
United S tates Bonds and
Other Bonds and W arrants
Real E state
Furniture and Fixtures
Due from Banks $93,811.97
Cash in S afe - 29.472...8 * 1 2 3 ,0 6 4 .3 5
Office at Fashion Stables
H ood R iver
r a l ,:t, . Stock
$ 100 , 000.00
20 , 000.00
3 , 599.25
25 , 000.00
$ 456 , 098.89
A tte st Correct, E. O. B lanchar , Caahier
Condensed Report of the Condition of
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R egister V eterinary S urgeon
M c D o n a l d
Proprietor o f the
Square Deal Store
All Dry Goods will be sold
JOHN W ELLBEKO, M osier A gent
To do it Properly, get a
Guaranteed to Give
Done with neatness and dispatch
CHARTER No. 7272
PARADISE POULTRY YARDS
Sturgess Rid ;e.
George Sturgess made the
school a flying visit Monday. G.
W. Grose finished spraying the
fore part of the week. The Hood
River butcher purchased a band
o f cattle which he drove to Hood
River Mor day. C. A. Hage has
H. G. K I B B E E
finished papering and painting
his house. Every thing looks clean.
N O T A R Y PUBLIC
Looks rather suspicious, don’ t
M o s ie r - - - O r e g o n it? Every time a cloud comes in
Thoroughbred Rhode Island Red
and White Leghorn Eggs for
JAS. E. COLE, Mgr.
sight, N. P. runs for the hoe to
open ditches, to run the water
where he wants it, and lo! the
rain has passed around. Aunty
Porter is up and around again
ami is preparing to go to Mosier.
George Huskey, wife and baby,
left for Portland Saturday. Sev
eral of the boys from this district
took in the ball game Sunday.
Everybody is busy on the ridge,
and everything is looking fine.