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About Mosier bulletin. (Mosier, Or.) 1909-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1909)
r\ DVERTiSiHG RATES
per month $ .50
Professional C ards...
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H. G. KIBBEE. Proprirtor
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SU B S C R IP TIO N R A I ES
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Biiainess locals w ill be chartred at 5 cen t« p e r line
fo r e iic h insertion.
T h re e M onths.
l^*Kul advertisem en ts w ill In all caeca b e ch arrad
to the party orderinjr them , at lenral rates, and
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til • p * t ..in 7 « at M oultr. O r»r> n . urnltM th e A ct o f
MOSIER, WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FPJDAY, AUGUST G, 1909
M arch 3, lc79.
paid for b efore affidavits are furnished.
p el sable item o f the daily loot,
G eo . C h a m b e r l a i n
of every househol 1, and many
P O A l Tf
people are rapidly recognizi; u
the fact that r few dollars c -
pended on apples will effect a
saving of many doll
on drags. «.ven amorsgs
Oriental nations of Asia tnere is
a steadily growing demand fer
FLOUR, FEED, GLOVES, FAMILY MEDICINES, ETC.
apples, and if the inhabitants of
Exclusive agent for
He can make your watch keep time
these countries, who for centu
¡¡ Moyle r
ries have subsisted mainly on a
vegetarian diet, deem it expedi
ent to supplement their own lus
cious tropical products with the
noblest fru.t of the temperate
o f Mosier, Oregon,
jones, common sense would sug
t'^esrz:4" g-3Lii"r • ■
'.’T 'zrjsr »m1 W i i — be
IS N O W O P E N F O R B U S I N E S S ,
CAY YOYVELL, Mgr.
gest that the meat-g aging An
glo-Saxon races should emulate
Carrying a full line o f Drugs, Patent Medicine, Station
Harness and Saddlery Goods
their wise example and modi!y
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
ery, Sundries, Toilet Articles, ice Cream, Candy and
die ghastly conglomeration of
Hand-made Harness a Specialty
bleached flour and scorched
HOOD RIVER - OREGON,
corpses with which v e pers's -
JOHN WE l LBERG, Prop.
entiy load our unfortunate stom-
aehs, and not expect those much
abused receptacles, when they
finally refuse to do the work of a
DENNY & HARVEY
rock-crusher, to become rejuve-
nated by copious draughts of
Fresh and Cured Meats
dubious “ dyspepsia cures” and
abominable “ tablets.”
Some fe v years since, during
a visit to London, England, m
attention was called to a basket
of “ Spitzsnbergs” in a stoix
Land Mark Gone.
K¿t¿b(tt!ied 1 IKK)
The old school housx one o'
“ F r o m t h e F a m o u s H o o d R iv
the landmarks of Mosier, is no
more. It was tern down this f r V a l l e y , O r e g o n , U. S. A
Hood River, Oregon.
week by J.Ir. Akers. ..ho pu:-
HOOD RIVER. OREGON
ch a s-1 i ; some time ago from the which the proprietress told in'-
To the Mosier People:
Pioneer Bankers of Hood River Valley.
school district. Mr. Akers will
“ isn’t that pretty
utilize part of the lumber in the claimed,
Transact a General Banking Business.
WE WANT YOUR TRADE. We have the most complete
clear?” “ No, sir,” she replied,
construction of chicken houses.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
JOHN G. ZOLLS & SONS
stock of farm implements in the state, excepting Portland,
“ that’ s werry cheap; we gener
Many o f the grown-up youths
LESLIE BUTLER, President
ERCHER. Vice President
.Contractors in Stone, Brick and Con
and we SELL AT PORTLAND PRICES.
o f Mosier who obtained their ally pavs that for ’ em at ’olesale
TRUMAN BUTLER, Cashier
early education in this institute and sells ’em for haitpence and
For the next two weeks, we are going to dispose of our har
o f learning, will look back with ninepence heach.” Sixteen or
ness stock at actual cost. # Think what that means to you.
pleasant memories on the happy eighteen cents for a single “ five
- - ..................... - g—
GENUINE STUBEBAKER HARNESS at a price that the
days spent in this building where tier” Spitz does not seem to
DAVID ROBINSON, M. D.
they mastered the three R’ s and
harness man cannot make them for, and we will sell them
absorbed more or less knowledge, too many apple trees. As the
to YOY" at cost to US. We buy harness in big quantities
P h y s ic ia n a n d S u r g e o n
according to their different ambi- above anecdote emanates from
tions and dispositions—likewise an unregener&te Socialist, anu
and can sell at a price that will astonish you.
more or less of the master’ s fer- must therefore be regarded with
WHEN YOU ARE IN HOOD RIVER, COME IN.
rule and birch, and will regret suspicion, I will close this article
.’. Mosiet Barber Shop .’.
the passing of “ the old school vvith a few *™ d old Party °.ffic!al
Ranges, Alcohol, Gasoline and Coal Oil Stoves, Sporting
figures for the benefit of the
Goods, Sewing Machines, Crockery, Tin and Graniteware,
__________________ _______ ___________________________________
In 1896 the total product of the
Paints, Oils, Doors, Sash and Glass.
The Future of Apple Culture.
Kinds o f Periodicals.
apple crop o f this country was
We pay prompt attention to out-of-town orders.
69,070,000 barrels, or 177,675,000
Local Agent for the Oregonian.
We reproduce the following |)ugj,eig> Since then hundreds of 8
article, written lor tne Whit« thousands of acres have been $
Salmon En terprise by C. S. added and methods o f fruit grow- 5
Stowell, o f limber Vailey, Wash., ¡ngr have improved, yet the gov- Z
which should tend to allay the ernment reports show that in 3
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. D.
fears of those individuals (and 1908 the aggregate crop was not $
D e n t is t
O F F IC E O V E R B U T L E R B A N K IN G C O M P A N Y
there seem to be a good many of more than 25,000,000 barrels, or 1
PH O NES:
them) who think that apple-rais- 62 x.2 million bushels. Most o f-S
Office- 28 R esidence 28 B
ing will be overdone in this t^e ¡yfiddle Western and Eastern $
A Complete Line of
country on account of the yearly states reported small yields in
increasing acreage. Horace Day, 1908 due to failures in numerous \
Feed, Grain, Field Seed, Poultry Supplies, Spray
S. E. BARTMESS
of New York, who thoroughly instances, but generally because j
Materials, Fertilizers, Etc.
Undertaker and Kmbalmer
understands the fruit situation of insect pests. Many orchards j
SPECIAL PRICES ON RED CLOVER SEED
in this country, says that “ the are neglected and in scores of i
Furniture and Carpets, Etc.
raising o f poor apples can be places the trees were permitted j
overdone—good apples, never.” to perish for lack of care and at- j
Mr. Stowell’s article follows;
tention. Had it not been for the j
There is a prevalent irppres- enormous crops of the Pacific and I
“ FINE LAUNDRY WORK”
OD / VER
sion, far more general than it ^ orthwestern states and prov-
Done with neatness ami dispatch
ought to be, that the large annu- jnces |agp yeari an apple famine
al increase of the acreage devot- wouid have resulted.
Home Phone 62K
Hood River Laundry Company
ed to apple orchards will result
state 0f affajrs continue for
J . E. C O L E , M oh ibr A g e n t
W. U. ROGERS, Proprietor
in over-production. This, in com- thp
MISS M. L. METCALF. Assistant
mon with most other popular er- Stateg and Canadg wi„ have to
M. E. WELCH
rors, is an absolutely baseless import apples instead of export
taking views of Mosier and the
TO MAKE MONEY
Photographs and Phonograps
assumption due to the statistical ing them.
.. surrounding country: but the R e g i s t e r V e t e r i n a r y S u r g e o n
One often needs a little avail- c|ouds of smoke wWch enve,
ignorance of its adherents.
Office at Fashion Stables
Modern hygienic research has
a !...C! [ )lta '. W „ S ' ? d ° _ ‘ n'
hills and valleys, caused by
crease the scope of his business, fires along the railroad, rendered H o o d R i v e r
clearly demonstrated that the
to improve the property he al- it impossible to get good views,
apple is not to be classed as a
* ready owns or to buy other prop so that Mr. Weister was forced
luxury, but as a positive necessi
erty that may be secured at a to abandon his work until the at
ty and is, or should be, an indis-
delays doing mosphere
it a man rtelays
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and Brushes
these things until he has sufficient Hermiston today, and will return A Peasant place to spend a so- j
net profits from his business or, ! to Mosier as soon as the atmos-l
cial hour is at
H eath & M il l ig a n
Hood River, Ore. T k a t t & L a m b e r t
P a in t s
V a rn ish es
farm he will often miss a valuable pheric conditions will permit.
S. E. Francisco’s Pool Room.
opportunity. If, by increasing
his business or by improving his
: S o f t D r i n k s , C a n d y , C ig a r s
BANK EXAMINER HERE
property he can reasonably expect
James Steel, Bank Examiner)
to make a profit in excess o f the
for Oregon, spent a day in Mosier
interest he would have to pay,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
then he is justified in using his ^ T u e sd a y looking into the bus- Mosier,
credit and borrowing sufficient «ness o f our local bank. He stated -----------------------------------------------
capital to meet his needs.
to the ^LLETIN man that con- H a r d w k k &
Capital and Surplus................................ $ 120.000
It is as much the business of a ! ' df1nn« thf [&cR hat th? Mos,er i
ia i U
Resources over....................................... 450,000
bank to give assistance in the I Vdtey.Sank hadI been m business
Complete Line of Overalls, Khaki Suits, Shirts,
Interest paid in Savings Department and on
for only a month, it was as flour- i
Contractors & Builders
Certificates of Deposit. Call or write
ishing as any bank in the state
safe depository or to encourage
for further information,
the saving habit. The MOSIER which ^ had visited. He spoke ESTIM A T E S F U R N I S H E i)
VALLEY BANK will be glad to particularly o f the accuracy, neat
w . A. HUSBANDS
ness and methodical precision
A . J. Derby
make pr. dent and conservative
B l ACKSMITII
exercised by the ca.shier, R. M.
loans to the citizens o f the com
munity, so far as it is possible to Ross, in discharging the duties
of his office, and congratulated jV IO S iC r
8«ti faction guaranteed
the people of Mosjer upon having
Mr. Weister, one o f Portland’ s sac h an institution, and such a
Advertise in the B u l l e t i n —
best photographers, came up practical and experienced officer
and get results.
,i yesterday with the intention of 10 take charge o f it.
Now th-.t the word has b-e:
passed down th? line from th
man'highest up ip the man at t ie
!> .ttovn. and the long Rtrir.;- of
rj d tape has bean unwound, r
seems fairly reasonable to ¡.re-
bu .lie that h3
Hosier’ s need? did that i i the
near future we will have a wait-
¡¡ig room ac th * ■
. piot. L wr
reported last Siring that a wait
ing room wou d be added “ righ
av/ay;” !iu. apparently no orde
to build it was given by th
“ powers that h-» ’ ’ and nothin,
more was heard about it unti
tiie section house was burned
early in July. Then, when i
became absolutely necessary t
erect a house for the seetio
foreman, it was decided to built.
-a house for the station agent at
the same time, and convert the
rooms occupied by him at presnt
iuto a waiting room. This will
supply a long-felt want, and will
be greatly Jupprodated. Small
favor-s received thankfully, and
it’s hoping we are that others,
• >c . i : i v. n need u arm < -
served, will be extended this rap
idly-growing town and section.
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D o u g h e rty -F ith ia n Shoes
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Groceries and Gents' Furnishings
ier - Oregon
Prescriptions a Specially.
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Builders and General
Gilbert-Vaughan Implement Co.
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E. C. BROCK,
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