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H. G. KIBBEE, Proprietor
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Entered as »ec ¡id-class mutter March 12,
ths post office at Mosier, Ore* >n. under the A ct c f
March 3, 1679.
MOSIER, W ASC O C O U N TY, OREGON, F R ID A Y , J U L Y 9, 1909
Ye editor acknowledges with
business at home and with few
many thanks the receipt, this
reasons—or none at all—why you
week, of a box of the largest
should not, we expect to soon
Evergreen blackberries we ever
have on our books the names of
saw grown in Oregon, presented
to us by E. J. Middleswart. The
This hank has been established most
berries were grown on his farm
by men who are wel' known in Mosier and vicinity, But come
East of town, and they furnish
the community, who have large in and let’ s get acquainted any
for \ another proof that the soil and
interests here and who have an way whether you care to open an
climate of Mosier are peculiarly
adapted to the successful raising
abiding- faith in the future of account or not,
this section. Appreciating the
*• o f everything that will grow in
He can make your watch keep time
i the temperate zone.
R obt . M. R oss , 'ashler.
value of a bank to a community
and the long-standing need of
A l l B usiness entrusted to
one hère, they have put up the e n t h u s i a s t i c m e e t i n g .
T he C are of the
capital necessary to complete its
First National Bank
The meeting which was called
We are now open for business
of The Dalles, Oregon
and we trust that every citizen for last Wednesday afternoon at
HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION
of the community will realize
that it will be to his interest tc
Surplus and undivid
give us his patronage so far as is
possible consistent with his obli to hear Mr. Biddle Wells’ talk on
J. S. SCHENCK. P r e s i d e n t
E d M. W il l ia m s
M ax A . V ogt
The function of a bank is to tising. Mr. Wells is a most force
nrovide the people with a safe ful and interesting speaker.
and convenient depository
for His subject, which he handled in
G eo . C h a m b e r l a i n
*:heirr. funds and valuables; to a masterly manner, is one of the
•furnish facilities for the prompt
and accurate handling of their people, and Mr. Wells’ hearers
business transactions, and to dis were thoroughly convinced of the
tribute. thru the medium of loans fact, as was evidenced by the
the necessary capita! to carry on ¡enthusiasm with which they
the legitimate enterprises o f the
¡spontaneous subscriptions which
The greater the patronage j were made. Mr. Wells showed
given the bank the greater will how the people of Mosier could
oe our opportunity to be of ser ' secure the best results from com-
Hom e Phone 62 K E. C. BR.OCK, Res. Manager
vice in the way o f growth and 1 munitv advertising by adopting
development. It goes without the plan which he explained in
saying that v/e expect to merit detail, at a nominal cost to the
that patronage. With the high community. The work of system
to us to take advantage of the all, in fact, many more could
est class of bank safe made and atically advertizing the advant
and by working with them have been fed.
with ample insurance against ages of Mosier will be taken up
The afternoon sports consisted i
GAY YOWELLl M«r-
our section in a much
burglary and hold-ups, we offer with the Harriman system,
and "Saddlery Goods
you as safe a depository as you which agrees to put up $4 for
can get anywhere, and in other every dollar raised by the com -,
could be devised.
Belmont, the latter winning by a Hand-made Harness a Specialty
ways we can give you accommo
About $100 per month w as score. At night a big dance w as:
dations the equal of thsoe you vertising matter in a most attract
subscribed at the meeting, a d given in Stroup’s Hall, which HOOD RIVER - OREGON
can get elsewhere.
it is confidently expected that the was largely attended. Taken all
The success of any institution, reading matter, etc., all beaut
sum o f $1500 will be raised for a together, it was enjoyed by all. MOSIER M A R K E T
which depends, to any extent, on ifully printed and illustrated, and
publicity advertising fund and The American people seldom fail
local patronage, rests very large will furthurmore attend to the
that the matter will be taken up to enjoy themselves on an oc
DENNY & HARVEY
ly with the public. If you did the mailing of the printed copies
at once with the railroad com casion o f this kind.
not patronize your local mer
D EALERS IN
blacksmith, more could Mosier ask? To be pany ana that contracts will be
liveryman or publisher they sure, as Mr. Wells said, this is signed up and the work got un
Fresh and Cured Meats
would not be here and you would not a philanthropic move on the
This is a great move for Mosier
have none of the conveniences of part of the railroad company.
Retiring to rest last Friday i
which you avail yourself every
actuated by selfish motives, but crease in the general business of night with the anticipation of
the town and the prosperity of spending a pleasant day at the
You need not hesitate about it is selfishness which helps oth
celebration in Mosier on Satur-
the entire section.
starting an account with us be ers—puts money in their pockets
day and awaking about midnight
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cause you cannot make a large while adding to their own income.
to find their house am ass of,
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deposit at first. You can open We want the people here to de-1
T if FOURTH. flames, and in a very few min-1
an account with a small amount as velirp the country—that is our
utes to be homeless, was the e x -!
well as a large one and the small business. They want to bring
The people o f Mosier District perience of Mr. and Mrs. George!
account will receive the same them here. That’s their busi turned out on masse last Satur
Parrish. Mr. Parrish is the |
careful attention as the large one. ness. But the railroad company day to celebrate the Nation’s
Section Foreman here, and his;
So, with numerous reasons is offering us, financially, the big birthday. The home crowd was
house stood close to the 0. R. &
why you should do your banking end of the bargain and it is u p . augmented by numbers from
N. tracks, near the Mosier creek
The Dalles, Hood River and oth bridge. A freight train which
JOHN G. ZOLLS & SONS
er places. It was estimated that had been switching in the yards Contractors in Stone, Br;ck and Con-
between four and five hundred during. the night, pulled out
people spent the day here. The about midnight, and in passing
weather, except for a little wind the house sparks from the engine Mood River
in the morning, was almost ideal. fell on the roof. Not long after
The Dalles band came down in Mrs. Parrish was awakened by
DAVID ROBINSON, M. D.
the early morning and discoursed the smoke, and roused the fam
fine music while the crowd was ily. Others who .saw the light
P h y sic ia n an d S urgeon
gathering, and at ten o ’clock the of the burning building, ran to
grounds began to fill up and the their assistance, but the fire had
the program was begun. The gained such headway that the |------
program for the morning consist family barely escaped in their
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. D.
ed of band music, patriotic songs night clothes, catching up such
D e n t is t
by a Mosier chorus, recitations articles as they could find in their | o f f i c e o v e r b u t i . e k b a n k i n g c o m p a n y
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by Mrs. W. W. Winegar, a solo flight. Neighbors succeeded in
Office 28 Residence 28 B
by Mrs. Howard Porter, an or saving the sewing machine, a H00D rjvkr
ation by the Rev. P. V. Poling few chairs, a little bedding and a
of The Dalles, flag drills, march bookcase, but everything else, I
S. E. BARTMESS
including a $300 piano, was a
Undertaker and Embalmer
The Rev. Poling’ s oration was total loss, with no insurance. |
a masterly effort and elicited The house, from the out side was i
Furniture and Carpets, Etc.
applause Seldom have we list and looked like all the other
ened to such an eioquent and in section houses of the company, HOOD RIVER,
spiring discourse. Had any one but inside, Mrs. Parrish had fur
‘ FINE LAUNDRY WORK’’
a sufficert nished it very nicely, and had
amount o f patriotism and love of many valuable articles which
Done with neatness and dispatch
country before, he must have re money could not replace. Among
ceived enough, listening to Mr. other things was a picture of Mr. Hood River Laundry Company
N ow is the time to spray!
Poling’s address, to last him the Parrish’ s father which he prizes
JOHN WELLBERG, M osier A gent
To do it Properly, get a
rest of his life.
very highly, it being the only one
Mrs. Winegar’s rendition of in existence.
M. E. WELCH
The Independence Bell was very
The family is homeless, and R e g ist e r V e t e r in a r y S urgeon
forceful and received enthusias the property loss fails very
tic applause, as did the other heavily upon them. Of course
Office at Fashion Stables
theO . R. & N. will rebuild at
numbers which she recited.
once, but will hardly make g-*>d H ood R iv e r
Mrs. Porter’s solo was excel- the loss of iiersonal projierty, tho
Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction.
i2r.t!v rendered and well received it was incurred by apparent care PARADISE TOULTRY YARDS
by an appreciative audience. lessness.
OR A COMPLETE GASOLINE
Thoroughbred Rhode Island Red
The flag drill and march by the
Ray S irgess catr.e, u> > from and White Leghorn Eggs for
school children was very pretty
Per land last Sunday o ti.Lt his Hatching.
and well given.
JAS'.‘ E . COLE, Mgr.
D. M c D o n a l d .
Miss Lurline Fisher, as the friends and relatives
Goddess of Liberty, was all that
Miss Blanche Laiferty came
Proprietor of the
could be desired.
Hi G . K 1 B B E E
up rrom OdMl Friday to visit her
Square Deai Siore
A basket dinner was served in friends, the Misses Fisher. She
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the grove, to which every one helped celebrate here and on
HOOD RIVER - OF.C.
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
invited. Tho the crowd was Monday morning '.vent to Hood
« a large one there was enough for River,
M C S Ik d
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O G el Ci O N
H. F. BOTHFUR
JO H N W ELLBERG , Prop.
Rates $ 1 .0 0 per day and up
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Transact a General Banking Business.,!
Interest Paid on Time
LESLIE BUTLER, President
' F. McKERCHER,
TRUMAN BUTLER, Cashier
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Materials, Fertilizers, Etc.
SPECIAL PRICES ON RED CLOVER SEED
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W . D. ROGERS. Proprietor
MISSiM L. METCALF. Assistant !*
Hood River Studio
Photographs and Phonog-nips
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W all Paper Co.
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and Brushes
((ood River, Ore. ’’SAT1, A R ambert
* CHARTER No. 7272
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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From now until time
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FLOUR, FEED, GLOVES, FAMILY
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Hood River's Reliable Jeweler
Watches , Diamonds, Jewelry
paid for before affidavits are furnished.
to the party ordering them, at legal rates, and
Condensed Report of the Condition of
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
At the close o f business, April 28, 1909, to the Comptroller of the
Currency, Washington, D. C.
Loans and Discounts
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United States Bonds and
Other Bonds and Warrants
Furniture and Fixtures
Due from Banks *93,611 97
Casi! i.i Safe - 29,472.08 $ 1 2 3 .0 «« .3*
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