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M O SIE R , W A S C O C O U N T Y , O R E G O N , F R ID A Y , J U N E 25, 1909
GODDESS OF LIBERTY.
N O . 16
B u s in e s s e n t r u s t e d
T h e C a r e o f t h e
paid for before affidavits are furnished.
The list of candidates for the
First National Bank
Goddess of Liberty consists
of The Dalles, Oregon
of the following popular young
ladies of Mosier District: Misses
WILL HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION
D E A L E R S IN
Adeline Sellinger, Lurline Fish- 5 H ood R ivers Reliable Jeweler for
Surplus and undivid
er, Bertha Booth, Maude Evans, ¡}
Groceries and Gents' Furnishings
Mary Middleswart, Josie Nickel I
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
FLOUR, FEED, GLOVES, FAMILY MEDICINES, ETC.
J. S. SCHENCK, P r e s id e n t
sen, Mattie Hudson, Gertie Dav !
E d M. W il l ia m s M a x A . V o g t
enport, Elsie Denny.
Exclusive agent for
Any one of these fair damsels ft
would make an excellent Miss
Columbia, but it would never do
MOSIER VS. GRAND VIEW have cleared off a large space in
for the committee to pick out
the grove for the celebration,
any certain one for the role, so
but it was impossible, with the
it was deemed best to have a
limited amount of help, to clean
young lady selected by popular ball team will cross bats with up all the inflamable material i
the Grand View team on the lat
vote. Of course but one can
ter’ s diamond, and an interest from the ground, and as there Fresh Bread and Pastry every day
win, tho each has an equal
ing game is expected, as the best will no doubt be a large crowd
chance. It is up to the men—
players in both teams will be present, they will spread out
the young men particularly—to
MRS. E . L . GRAHAM, P r o p .
over a large territory, and unless
elect their favorite to sit as the
The Grand View team has only the youngsters are watched, M o s ie r
Goddess of Liberty on July 3rd.
recently organized and has not they are likely to let their en-
The ballots are at A. Stewart’s
OREGON ATTRACTS DUTCH
had much team practice.
B u tjthusiasm %e t the better o f their
store and the votes sell at five
G eo . C h a m b e r l a i n
they have some good material judgment,
| cents. The proceeds from the
Real Estate. Insurance and Loans.
and with regular practice and
| voting will be applied to the pur
in large and Small Tracts. W e have som e very
M e e t in g OF I m p o r t a n c e .
Representing large sums of chase of a robe for the Goddess good coaching they will soon be
rare values for the investor and the homeseeket.
Dutch capital and collecting in to wear on the occasion. There
Write or call for full information.
formation that will lead to the fore, boys, prove your loyalty to team in this section. The officers ier on Wednesday, July 7th, to
establishment of direct trade re the fair sex by heavily backing of the new team are: Manager, discuss the question of more pub-
lations between Holland and the j your favorite for a winner. You Wm. Marsh; Secretary and Ucity for this secton. Mr. Bid-
Wells, who addressed the
Pacific Coast upon completion of I can put one vote on each ballot Treasurer, Ed Dunsmore; Cap-
j people of the town last Saturday
the Panama canal, J. G. Schel- or one thousand—just as many tain, Arthur Kuhn.
Every one is invited up to ni£ht on this subject, expressed Mosier
vick, president of Wiegman’s as you pay for. But VOTE.
Grand View Sunday to witness: a desire to meet every man in
bank, Amsterdam, and J. G. M.
the game, which will be called this district in the near future
Simons, editor o f the “ Tele-
and thoroughly explain the ideas
at 2 p. m.
graaf, ” the great Holland news
Mr. Frey spent Sunday on his
of publicity which the Harriman
paper, were visitors to Portland
S p e c ia l W a r n i n g !
system is so successfully carry
during the past week. In an in
out in many other towns in
We would call special attention
terview, Dr. Simons said that
Washington and Idaho,
GAY YOWELL, Mgr.
the trip was made to get in
Rates $ 1 .0 0 per day and up
above mentioned date
Rev. Sparr of Dufur, held ser
touch with investment opportun
Harness and Saddlery Goods
ities in this state where much vices Sunday morning and even- tion, and this should be remem has been set as a day that would
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
bered particularly on the day we probably be as convenient as any
Holland capital comes at present ing.
Harness a Specialty
through agencies in the east. He
Mr. Stoltz returned Friday celebrate, as so small a thing as other, for the residents of Mosier
H O O D RIVER
also said that as soon as the Pan- from a trip up the Hood River a firecracker, a burning match, a district.
The question of greater public-
cigar or cigarette stub dropped
ama canal is built, a line of valley.
Dutch steamships will be estab-
Children’s Day was observed carelessly among dry leaves o r ! ity for Mosier is one of vital im-
fe ta b fe t e d 1 9 0 0
MOSIER M A R K E T U J
faBOTjsralril 1 9 0 5
fished from Holland to the Pacific ( by the Sunday School this week. pine needles may cause much portance to the people, and each
Coast ports that is expected to q'jie room was beautifully deco
DENNY & HARVEY
j B U T L E R B A N K IN G C O M P A N Y 1
Young America m u s t should make a special effort to
bring this section in close touch , rate(j by an arch of Mount Hood blowing.
d e a l e r s in
with that country and her peo-
an(] wjld roses. Appropri- make a noise on the Fourth, and1 be present at this meeting to
H O O D RIVER, O R EG O N
ple.—Hood River News.
ate musjc and exercises and a is heedless as to the consequen- hear Mr. Wells expound the doc-
* Pioneer Bankers o f Hood River Valley.
Fresh and Cured Meats
ces. Hence, it behooves the old- trine of publicity—and self-help,
; missionary talk were the features
Transact a General Banking Business.
of the entertainment.
Interest Pbid on Time Deposits a
constant watch over the young
Miss Godberson and Dorothy
Great interest is shown in the
LESLIE BUTLER, Ptoidnit
F .McKERCHEK :, Vice President I
sters’ actions. Let them have a down” such an offer as the R.
were at the Springs Wednesday school picnic to be given June
TRUMAN BUTLER, Cashier
good time, but see to it that it is R. Company makes. It is an op
25th: Everyone is invited to at-
not at the expense of property. portunity o f a fife time and
The committee on sports should should not be ignored.
spent a couple of days at the
We would suggest that all the
see that a place be set apart for
N o t ic e .
Springs this week.
the use of those who want to set business men of the town close
A Complete Line o f
Fruit growers wanting crates
N otary Public
Mr. Ole Olesen and family vis
off their fire works and insist their doors during the hours of
ited here Sunday.
Feed, Grain, Field Seed, Poultry Supplies, Spray
that none be fired off where this meeting and attend in
mate o f quantity wanted to the
there is any danger of a confla
Materials, Fertilizers, Etc.
Dr. C. A. Macrum and wife, of manager o f the Fruit Growers’ gration. This is no idle warning a body.
Don’ t forget the date, Wednes-
Portland, spent last Sunday at Association on or before June 30. but one that should be kept con
SPECIAL PRICES ON RED CLOVER SEED
J. M. CARROLL, Manager.
their ranch near town.
stantly in mind.
! day> July 7th—the hour and
The committee on grounds ' place will be announced later.
JOHN G. ZOLLS & SONS
W H IT E H E A D ’S F E E D S T O R E
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On last Tuesday afternoon,
at the Presbyterian Church in
The Dalles, Mr. George Young, a
popular young man o f Mosier,
and Miss Nellie Odell, a charming
young lady of The Dalles, were
united in marriage by the Rev.
C. F. White.
The wedding was a quiet one,
only the relatives and a few in
timate friends of the contracting
parties witnessing the ceremony.
Those attending from Mosier
were Mr. and Mrs.
Young, parents of the groom,
and J. D. Lester and wife.
The hdppy couple will make
their home with Mr. Young’s
parents for the present.
The B u l l e t i n extends best
He can make your watch keep time
D o u g h e r t y - F i t h i a n Shoes
H. F. BOTHFUR
H A R N E S S Co. Good Accommodations
M OSIER, OREGON
Mosier - Oregon^
Contractors in Stone, Brick and Con
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N ow is the time to spray!
Guaranteed to Give
OR A COMPLETE GASOLINE
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Proprietor of the
Square Deal Store
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O R E.
POULTRY HILL BOOM LETS. making quite a success of their
We have not been asleep, but
ness wins in Mosier Valley, as it
does anywhere else.
A new house of good dimen
W. H. Cook is a convert to the
sions is looming up across the
dry land farming theory.
cavern on the old hunter place.
has his own and the London
Mrs. James Camp has raised place in corn and truck.
150 chicks by the old fashioned stant cultivation tells and he has
hen route. A good record, is it the promise o f a bounteous crop.
Mrs. Ote Hoge took off a
Earl Bailey makes regular hatch of imported Black Minor
trips to the neighborhood near ca chickens this week. She also
the silica hills.
Earl has the has a coop o f Buff Leghorns.
Poultry Hill will have some
premium birds next year.
Mrs. Roop bought sixty-two
White Leghorn eggs from Mr.
Cole and has fifty-four chicks,
fine as can be. That’ s a good
CHARTER No. 7272
Condensed Report o f the Condition of
"FINE LAUNDRY W ORK”
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Done with neatness and dispatch
W all Paper, Paints, Oils and Brushes
£ M iijjgan Hood River, Ore. P ratt & L ambert
Undertaker and Emfanlmer
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D e n t is t
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Furniture and Carpets, Etc.
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To do it Properly, g et a
MISS M. L. METCALF. Aatótlanl
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. D.
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W. n «O G E R S . Proprietor
j All goods greatly r e d u c e d | j
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H O O D R IV E R
DAVID ROBINSON, M. D.
From now until time
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J O H N W E L L H E K G . M oxjkr A q k n t
At the close o f business, April 28, 1U09. to the Comptroller of the
Currency, Washington, D. C.
M. E. WELCH
R e g is t e r V e t e r i n a r y S u r g e o n
Office at F’ashion Stables
Loan« and Discounts
United States Bonds and
H o od R iv e r
P re m iu m s
S .937..V S urplus
_______________________________________ Other Bonds and Warrants
10 f a ) 0 0 Unilvlded iWoilt
PARADISE POULTRY YARDS FuTniture.nd Future.
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J T> t Redemption Fund
Thoroughbred Rhode Island Red Due fmm Banks m e n . 97
and White U ghorn Eggs for C a .h in S .ie
».4 7 2 ..% $123,084.35 D* p «*«*
JAS. E. COLE, Mgr. |
A t t e s t C o r r e c t , E. o . u l a n c h a ..
C a sh ie r
A. M. Roop has built a con
crete cellar. It may not be a
W. A. HUsBA DS
A. J. Derby
thing o f beauty but will be a
B l a c k s m it h
joy to the future generations us
Horse Shoeing and General
L a w y e r
ing it. It will be a cellar when
Uncle Gabrial toots his horn on
Winegar are resurrection morn.
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