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About Mosier bulletin. (Mosier, Or.) 1909-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1909)
A VESTISTI^ li'S3 LL
PUÜLUHED EVERY FRIDAY
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Six M. ,ni.h*
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Proferí.nal Caïds ..
H. G. JÎ'SttEÊ, PrqwDtnr
One » .¡rare.................
One-quartei* ,Cv||u»pn. .
I One-hail Column.. ..
liur‘k.*+s locals will be chai r ^<
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Harness and Saddlery Goods
Tents, Wagon- Covers, Etc
Hand-made Hamoav a Specialty
DENNY & HARVEY
Camping Season. i i
JOHN G. itOl.LS.ft SONS
Contractors in Stone, Brick and ,Con-
DAVID ROBINSON, M. I).
P h y s ic ia n a n d S u r g e o n
Builders and General
\ Mosier Barber Shop .\
Ranges, Alcohol, Gasoline and CoA ON Stoves, Sporting
Razors pot in first-class condition.
Goods, Sowing Machine^ Crockery, Tin and Granite ware,
Paints, Oils, Doors, Sash and Glass.
W e pay prompt attention to out-of-town orders.
" S Local Agent for the Oregonian.
J. E. COLE.
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. D.
H OOD RIVER, O R EG O N
OFFICE OVER BUTLER BANKING COMPANY
rOflice 22 Resilience 22 B
| HOOD RIVER
s. E. 11ART MESS
.Undertaker and Embalmer
Furniture.and Uarpets, Etc.
* HOOD RIVER,
“FINE LAUNDRY WORK”
D o n e Wtth nealnes*. and dh>pirlch
.R ough d ry c lo th es 7c. p er pound.
Res. Manager i
Hood River Laundry Company
M. E. WELCH
W. D KOCKKS. l*roprlrtor
Office at Fashion Stables
H ood R iver
D rinks , C an dy , C igars
We will pay car fare from Mosier
Camp Stoves, Tents, Blankets, Cook I and return for patrons whose
ing Utensils, Ammunition, Guns.
I work amounts to $5 or over
I Hardwick & Nord
j Hunt Pairtt & W all Paper Co.
A pleasant place to ¿niend a so *
cial hour is at
S. E. Francisco’s Pool Room.
All Our Work Guaranteed
Photographs and PhonpgrajjK
H ood R iver , O r e g o n .
MIS;, M >L. METCALF. Auitunt
Hood River Studio
R egister V eterinary S urgeon
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and Brushes
& M ill ig a n Hood River, Ore. E r a t t & L a m b e r t
P a in t s
V arn ish es
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Complete Line of Overalls, Khaki Suits, Shirts,
Underwear, E tc
Transact .a General Ranking SJudsi«».
Intdiest Ikiidtpn 'iojne De ínsita a
à LEEI.IE CUTLER, dtoidgr.t
■ r . Mora/îCrtlÿî, Vice President
'W UMAN -BUTLER. Nslnir
Subscriptions taken for All
Kinds .of Periodicals.
Oregon ^ Pioneer Bankers of Hood River Val 1er.
BUTLER BANKING COMPANY \
HOOD RIVER - OREGON 1
Established I -00
; incorporated lí)ü5
d.ti:. COLE, M ount A oknt
H. C. Bowers, mine host of
the Portland, arrived up from
Portland this morning and is the »
guest for a few days of Ed L.
Howe, at Lehowa.
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JOHN WELLE ERG, Prop.
Rates $1.00 per day and up
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Was born May 9, 1888, in Pipe-
stone county, Minn., and died at
Altadena, Cal., August 22, 1909.
He was the youngest son of
James and Sarah McVey, and af
ter the death of his father! when
he was five years old, removed
with his mother and her family
to Kilbourn, Wisconsin. Nearly
six years ago he came to Oregon
and made his home near Mosier
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Fresh and Cured Meats
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Gilbert-Vaughan Implement Co.
GAY YOWEi.P, Mflr.
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Home Phone 6 2 K
DA VEIN PORT j At Qreathj Reduced Prices. ¡
HARNESS Co. j M o s ie r - - O r e g o n I
Successors to J. R. Nickelsen,
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for C bs I í
enti re line of Shoes
iÚ U Jhealhi'Cill LsiJ*
GIVE US A CALL.
th® ™eetin^ is ,to discuss and
fQrmB,ate s,ome I)!an. to se®ure a
permanent boat landing at Mosier
—one that can be used at all
times of the .year.
As this is a subject which
vitally concerns the whole com-
munity, it. is eaj-nestly desired
that every man in the district at-
tend this meeting.
By order of the Committee.
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Preraiptiojis_ a Specialty.
meeting will be seen arid"few, if
any, will be able to say that they
knew nothing of it /T u r n out
and encourage the movement.
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.lue i a» ij k.'.erinir them, at let;»! rat tri, and
aid tor bìfore .ulkia.its are fumi. lied.
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The Arthur & Burt Drug Co,
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Ewer’s Reliable Jeweler
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
r.i a ; Perth ml,
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consumption j| See
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o ’c' rk ! p .3 î W lm
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freiai’ a-t :■ of thy 0; -:i i . ;r
Transportation Co., who cime to Pier. where h • re.-med to regr.in ,
Mosi.n* the rst or the '-vec-k to is het.’ ii rapidly. After bis re- f
loo!: into freight conditions rod turn to Portland ab ut a v< :r J
to asearvxin the prospecta of n ; » - . his health t gain iaiit-u. t - ,
permanent boat lanGLig litre. became rrpidiy worse ard wint J
He co-1 n uke your icalch keep time
Wht!? the notices of meeiinp- to Southern Cshfornia, hoping £
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wer • only • o-tyd \v ■ inss by
f >r- noon, it was generally known
ho parse 1 awn..*, ins mother and
that the meeting would i o h.l
relatives being with him at
There wer. a lew who had not
of his death. The re-
seen the notices or hear ! cho i1
o f Mosier, Orejon,
brought to aimer
them. Ho ever, just
IS N O W O F E N F o r b u s i n e s s .
wer - suiiiciently interested in the for interment. Deceased leaves,
propos'tion to attend the meet besides his mother, two brothers
Carrying a full line or Drugs, Latent Medicine, Station
ing. While there were different and two sisters t > mourn him.
ery, Sundries, Toilet Articles, Icc Cream, Candy and
opinions in regard to kind or Ills mother and brothers,
dock and roadv/ay required, all —;d James McVey, of Porllanu,
were unanimous as to the neces- anc^ sisters, -ura. Sarah Coopei
aity of some kind of a boat l end ot' Fairbanks,_ and mrs. \ ictona
ing at the earliest possible mo- Cuskurl ot ..ingsley, witn t^eh
ment. Two plans were suggest- husbands, were present at t..«
ed, the adoption of one of which funeral services, w.ncn were
would enable us to secure clu ap- held in the Baptist Church, Re'-,
er freight" rates at once, and S. W. Stark officiating, assisted
the other, which weuVi tab* by the R lev. J. Brown. The floral q / I if 3
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longer to carry out wsym give1 Ouiering i were numerous ana
us ¿\ permanent landing when
The funeral service was at
boats can land at any season of
the year and at any stage of the tended by a largo number of peo-
n . *, ‘jCii
** ct ¡ o,** -f ¿.
j pie, many of whom were stran
As the attendance at the meet gers to the deceased and his fatn-
ing was so small, it was decided ily, but who assembled to express
that a committee thoroughly in- by their presence, sympathy for
H ood Rjjcr, Oregon.
vesti gate the yn-,.¡.;o¿f.&n ai.o th? bereaved family in the loss
rep a t at a meeting to he held; of a son and brother, stricken
next . londay
While ev- down in his early mai.Bocd.
To the Mosier P eople:
ery Mosier'te knows the in -
WE WANT YOUR TRADE. We have the most compfiete
mense advantage a beat land THE FIRST CHILD DE
stock o f farm implements in the state, excepting Portland,
ing would be to the town, it has
heretofore seemed tc be a vague
and we SELL AT PORTLAND PRICES.
dream to many of them that a In the MOSIER VALLEY BANK
,For the next two weeks, we are going to dispose of our har
landing was needed and might is a little girl wno says she means
ness stock at actual cost. Think what that means to you.
possibly be had some time,
fact, the people have become so her to High School. A most
GENUINE STUBEBAKER HARNESS at a price that the
accustomed to hearing each oth laudable ambition and one that
man cannot make them for, and we will sell them
er talk about if thai they have I should be encouraged in every
to TOY at cost to US. We buy harness in big quantities
paid little or no attention when way possible.
the subject was mentioned. It
and ean sciO at a price that will astonish you.
is the intention, however, in have *£ed to do as this child hiiS done-
WHEN YOU ARE IN HOOD RIVER, COME IN.
an outsider address the meeting It will cultivate the saving habit,
and show the people plainly how which-will he of great value to
they can get what they want - i f thew in after -vears' ^ matbal'
they want it: show them that what may be their vocations, and
they are losing money every day wd* stimulate amoitions and ex-
by not having a boat landing— ertions that may change the
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that they are throwing money whole course of their Jives.
away and getting no returns for
it. Now, then, it is up to the of the little M ks w*th the same $
people of Mosier to say whether care we glve I® t.ioiae of the E
or not they will have what they ETOwn-ups, and will be just as §
want and know they need, or -?lad to entel' t-boir little deposits g
whether they will continue to as we are to take the }^ e de‘ S
put up with 'present conditions. P°sits of our heaviest customers. |
The business men need a dock, I
the farmers need a dock and ev
ery individual who pays freight
To all whom it may concern:—
either directly or indirectly,needs
is hereby given that a §
a dock, and a dock we can and
of the citizens of g
As most of the citizens of Mo- Mosier and vicim> wiU be ,he,ld
next Monday night at 8 o’clock, g
sier district read the B ulletin ,
Lamb’s Hall. The object of ^
this article and the notice of the
Contracto** & Builders
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Capitdl and Surplus ............................$120,000
Resources over..................................... 450,000
Dnterest paid in Savings Department and on
Time Certificates of Deposit. Gail or write
for further information,
ESTI M A T 1ÍS P U R t f l S H E l>
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Card of Thanks.
We desire to express our grate-
ful thanks to those friends and
strangers who extended their aid
and sympathy to U3 in our rec-nt
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;. S arah .
F a m il y .
R. E. Doyle, J. McCown and
D insmore have returned
lrom 3 hunt in the Cascarie
mountains. They brought back
two large bucks, a five point and
dee aie i-LnCful in the
Mosier - Oregon
OR EGO in
Advertise in the PuiLLETIN—
and get results.
W. A. HUSBANDS
Horse Shoeing and General
ADVERTISE IN THE