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About Mosier bulletin. (Mosier, Or.) 1909-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 20, 1909)
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MOSIER, WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1909
ers and they will probably ship
Prune Packing Begins.
The pac .ing n< use o f the Mo- o . consignment By doing th's
sier Fruit Growers’ Association
presented n busy sight yesterday much or more than hr.s so f; r
more,lug, when the prune season been offered. It is said that the
Thirty-one girls and prune crop in Idaho is almost a
Women, ‘refining in age from 14 total failure and that California
to 50 yearn, reported at 7 o ’ clock will yield only naif a crop this
for duty, and each was assigned year. With this shortage in two
o f the three great prune growing
a place at the various tables.
He can make your watch keep time
and a full crop in Mo-
The floor space not occupied by
the tables was piled high with
empty new crates and three or ability is that growers here will
four men were kept busy supply realize the highest price paid for
ing the packers with them prune« in years.
and carrying the full crates to
o f Mosier, Oregon,
Indiana judge Here.
a table where two men are kept
IS N O W O P E N F O R B U S IN E S S ,
Judge John C. Richter, o f La
busy nailing up the boxes ready
to be stamped for shipment.
Carrying a full line o f Drugs, Patent Medicine, Station
Most o f the packers are old terday, dropping off, on his way
ery, Sundries, Toilet Articles, Ice Cream, Candy and
hands at the business, having to Portland, to see a relative,
worked every season for several whom he hoped to find in town.
Mr. Richter is judge o f the
years. Only a few aie inex
perienced. However, they “ catch circuit court o f La Porte county,
on” to the trick very quickly and Ind. He is making a tour of the
it is interesting to watch the Northwest and expressed him
nimble fingers at work. As in self as greatly pleased with the
everything else, some are faster country. While in town he made
than others and will turn out three the B u l l e t i n office a pleasant
crates to others two. The pack call, and incidentally showed us
ers are paid five cents per crate, j a relic of the famous Gunness
and some them make as high as murder mystery which was the
$3 per day. The average wage sensation of two continents so
earned, however, is about i;2. long. This relic is a heavy gold
The packing is superintended by ring which was taken from the
the able manager of the Associa dead hand of the notorious mur
tion, J. M. Carroll, who is al ways deress when the bodv was found
polite and courteous to the pack after the fire in which she per
ers, bat who insists upon certain ished with her three children.
Hood River, Oregon.
rules being observed, as is evi The judge, who heard the testi
denced by the sign posted in a mony in the case, stated that To the Mosier P eople:
conspicuous place “ No Loud Talk while Mrs. Gunness was being
WE WANT YOUR TRADE. We have the most complete
ing” . This is nescessary, as loud “ found” by somebody nearly ev
stock o f farm implements in the state, excepting Portland,
and continual talking hinders the ery week, in different parts of
packers, and the object is to get the country, it is an indisputable
and we SELL AT PORTLAND PRICES.
the work done as quickly as pos fact that this female Mend is
For the next two weeks, we are going to dispose of our har
sible. There is no limit to the very dead.
ness stock at actual cost. Think what that means to you.
After a pleasant ride into the
packer’ s daily earnings except
country around Mosier, the judge
GENUINE STUBEBAKER HARNESS al a price that the
The prune packing season will boarded the afternoon train for
harness man cannot make them for, and we will sell them
last about three weeks. It was Portland.
to YOY at cost to US. We buy harness in big quantities
at first thought that the season
would be shert, but the crop is
can sell at a price that will astonish you.
much better than was anticipated
WHEN YOU ARE IN HOOD RIVER, COME IN.
If we had no confidence in the
and nearly full time will be put in.
natural resources and the early
growth and development of this
FREAK CHERRY TREE.
community; if we did not believe
We knew that Mosier’ s soil and in the business men of this town
climate would produce to per and the enterprises of this sec
fection anything that grows in tion enough to boost for them, i
the temperate zone; we have al we would buy an excursion tick
so heard o f various and peculiar et to some place that looks bet
freaks of nature; but in the hor ter, and sell the return coupon.
ticultural line the climax is cap
Aside from natural resources^
ped by a cherry tree ow ied by this town and community will be
George Carrol. This tree is a just what we make them, and no
Late Duke, and by all laws of one should allow himself to put a
nature should have produced its single obstacle in the way o f the
fruit in season like any ordinary success of any one else; rather
tree and gone out o f business. should he do everything he can
On the contrary, however, it has consistently to promote the pros
been bearing steadily for the perity of his neighbors—first, be
past six weeks. The peculiar cause it is light that he should
feature about the tree is that, do so, and second, because his |
while it is root grafted, it has own prosi>erity and success are
branches which contain ripe intimately bound up with theirs.
cherries, while other branches The community as a whole can
have green fruit. Each branch not prosper without every citizen
ripens at a different time, conse sharing in it in one way or anoth
quently Mr. Carroll has ripe er—if not in dollars and cents,
cherries from this tree from the then in having a more satisfac
H om e Phone 6 2 K E. C. BROCK, Res. Manager
time it first began the season up
tory place in which to live.
to the present. The tree has
The MOSIER VALLEY BANK
been doing this stunt every year is here to help you make a suc
since it first came into bearing. cess and to share in the prosper
The cherries, some of which ity which is sure to come to the
Mr. Carroll brought into our o f
fice, are above the average Duke
cherry in size and quite firm.
The officers of the Mosier Valley
Bank have been assured that they
Roy C. Brock, of Hood River, will get their fixtures within a few
was in town last Tuesday, trying days. A new floor will be laid in
to buy Mosier’s prune crop. We the bank next week, so there will
understand that the price offered be no delay in installing the fixt
was not satisfactory to the grow- ures when they arrive.
paid for before affidavits are furni.-hed.
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¡ G eo . C h a m b e r l a i n
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Groceries and Gen is9 Furnishings t
FLOUR. FEED, GLOVES, FAMILY MEDICINES, ETC. |
Exclusive agent for
The Arthur & Burt Drug Co^
| Hood River's Reliable Jeweler for «
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
GIVE US A CALL.
DAVENPORT D ougherty-Fiiaian Shoes i
HARNESS Co. Mosier - Oregon s
CAY YOWELL, M«r.
Harness and Saddlery Goods
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
Hand-made Harness a Specialty
JOHN WELLBERG, Prop.
MOSIER M ARKET q ooci
DENNY & HARVEY
Mosier - Oregon MOSIER,
Implement Co. Alex. Stewart T
Fresh and Cured Meats
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W ork Guaranteed
and return for
DAVTO ROBINSON, M. D.
Builders and General
Ranges, Alcohol, Gasoliae an# ¿ ’«al Oil Stoves, Sporting
Goods, Sewing Maa-bines, Crockery. 7 » and Granitewarq,
Paints, Oils, Doors, Sash and Glass.
W e pay prompt attention to ou t-of down orders.
Local Agent for the Oregonian.
J. E. COLE.
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. D.
O R EG O N
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P H O N E S;
O ffice 2X Residence 28 M
HOOD RIV ER
A Completi ïin e s t
Undertaker and Embalmer
Feed, Grain, Field Seed, Poultry Supplies, Spray
Materials, ¿fertilizers, Etc.
Furnitune and Carpets, Btc.
¡SPECIAL PISCES ON RED CLOVER .SEED
“FINE LAUNmnr WORK”
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Done with neatnesa and (liopatch
Hood River Laundry Company
J . E. CO L E , M ohikk A g e n t
M. E. WELCH
R egister V eterinary S urgeon
Office at Fashion Stahl««
H ood R iver
O regon j
A pleasant place to spend a so
cial hour is at
S oft D rinks , C andy , C igars
FIRST N ATION AL BANK
JHOOD RIVER, SR 1 B 0 0 N
work amounts to $5 or over
Complete Line of Overalls, Khaki Suits, Shirty
LESLIE BUTLER, President
F. 1 Mc&URCKKK. Vice President
TRUMAN BUTLER, OaSITier
S. E. Francisco’s Pool Room.
W e w21 pay car fare from Mosier
Contractual an Stone, Brick and
H ood R iver . O regon .
Pioneer Bankers of Hood River Valley.
Transact a General Banking Business.
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HOOD RIVER - OREGON
JOHN G. ZOI.LS & SONS
BANKING COMPANY \
HOOD RIVER. OREGON
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Kinds o f Periodicals.
M osiet Barber Shop
Camp Stoves, Tents, Blankets, C ook
ing Utensils, Ammunition, Guns.
Gilbert-Vaughan Implement Co.
Successors to J. R. Nickelsen,
Rates $1.00 per day and up
D EALERS IN
Hardwick & Nord
Contractors & Builder?»
Capital and Surplus . ............. .............. $120,000
Resou roes over....................................... 450,000
interest paid in Savings Department and ort
Time Certificates of DepoJf*. Ctfcl or wrpe
for further Information,
ESTIMATES F U R N I S H E D
People are dying Mke flies in
the Blast from the Wat, while
Oregonians are enjoying just de-
lightfully warm days and refresh-
ingly cool nights. Come to Ore-
., . ,
gon and enjoy all the blessings
that you don’ t get ix the sun-
j burnt East.
Fish pirates from Frazer rivi r
crossed the boundary lines into
American waters and looted the
fish traps of the Pacific American
and 50,000 sockeye salmon valued
at$10,ooo. The salmon were car-
i*jed away in eight gasoline fish
ing l »oats.
A , J » Derby
% . A. HUSBANDS
Morse Shoeing and General
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