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H. G. KIBBIÏE. Proprietor
S U B S C K IIT IO N KATKS
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B usiness In*als w ill be c h a rre d a t 5 c e n ts i « r lin e
fur each in se rtio n .
I.erral a d v e rtis e m e n ts w ill in all ra s e s be ehargrud
E n te re d a s second class m a tte r M arch 12. 11*ft*, r.t
th e p o st otfWe a t M t-ie r. O w n , u n d er tiie A c t of
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to th e p a rty o n k u in g them , a t legal ra te s , an d
HOSIER, WASCO COUNTY, OREÖON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1909
him to the very top of the railroad
G eo . C h a m b e r l a i n
Mosier, being first, last and all ladder. If there were more rail-
thc time a fruit country, it be- road men like Mr. Hooper, rail-
hooves the people to use every reading would have a different
method to make the fact thor- meaning to most people of the
oughly and widely known all over United states.
the country. Of course the fine
fruit which is shipped from here
to all parts of the country will ad
Deposit your money in the
vertise this section, but we also
Mosier Valley Bank where it will
He can wake your watch keep time
want something that will attract
be kept in the best and strongest
the attention-of the thousands of
type of burgler proof and fire
home-seekers, tourists and spec
proof safe, and besides kept in
ulators who pass by Mosier with
sured against robbery and hold
out knowing what it is. IL is al!
of Mosier. Oregon,
right to advertise our town and
section abroad, both by the fruit
IS N O W O P E N FO Fi B U S I N E S S ,
GAY YOWEIJ., Mgr.
sent out and by printer’s ink, but of carrying it around in your
Carrying a full line of Drugs, Patent Medicine, Station
it wonld also be well to use a little
Harness and Saddlery Goods,
publicity at borne.
The Mosier ing it, or of leaving it stowed
ery, Sundries, Toilet Articles, Ice Cream, Candy and
Tents, Wagon Covers. Etc
Fruit Grower’s Association have away somewhere in the house
Hand-made Harness a Specialty
adopted a good plan in marking where a sneak-thief may get it or
and labeling die boxes shipped the mice may chew it or the un
out of here with the Union label expected [ire may consume it?
and the name of the grower; but ' Ii’ placed in bank it becomes a
just as every business man has part of the working capital of
his name placed in a prominent too /immunity i e\\ ii y 'o \ uilei it
DENNY & HARVEY
place on his establishment, so up a; link ' ú a more attractive
should the fruit growers adver and desirable ph.ee in white to
and Cured Meats
tise their business in the same
manner. Strangers passing thru tire lull purpose for which it was
Mosier can see the packing house, niai î.
but have no idea what ¡t is.
large sign placed in a conspicuous T here have been qu^e a number
position on the packing house, of strangers in town tnis week,
would blazon to the traveling pub so many in fact, that it has been
lie the fact that Mosier is in the mpossible for the local hotel to
heart of the famous fruit belt handle the business and Tuesday
and the home of the Spitzenberg night the overflow filled every
and Newtown Apple. A sign oi spare room in town. Some of
this kind would be a good thing ! them went to The Dalles, while
fW o -n n
for the association, the town and others were obliged to go to Hood
River for sleeping accomodations.
the country. Why not?
JOHN G. z o i . l s & SONS
Mr. Wellberg, our esteemed hotel
u . .
keeper reports^ the largest volme
Contractors .n Stone, Br.ck and Con-
Oregon’s Cereal Crop
of business in the history of the
That Central Oregon will, with town.
in a few years, double the cereal
crop of the whole Pacific North
west is the belief of Theodore B.
Miss. Torinda Cooper gave the
DAVID ROBINSON. M. D.
Willcox, president of the Port I second music lesson to the pupils
land Flouring Mills.
WJien Wednesday afternoon.
P h y sic ia n a n d S u r g eo n
opened up by the railroads now After an absence of a week,
building, an immense acreage Ted Young is in school again.
will be thrown open to wheat The new report cards for the < .
school have just been printed.
iv e r
r e g o n .’. Mosiet Barber Shop / .
“ In Central Oregon,” says Mr, They are in three colors. The
Razors put in first-class condition.
Willcox, “ there are millions and blue cards are fpr those perfect _________________ ________
Subscriptions taken for A ll
millions of acres of land which, in attendance and receiving a
unless I am greatly mistaken in grade of ninety or above in their
Kinds of Periodicals.
the nature of the soil, will be ex work. The pink cards are fo r (
Local Agent for the Oregonian.
cellent for grain growing with those imperfect in attendance or
V augh an
An interesting story of the
rapid rise of a very success
ful railroad man is told of Major
S. K. Hooper,G.T. & P.A. of the
D. & R. G. When Mr, Hooper
was a yong man he was employed
as operator on a large Eastern
road and after he had been at a
small staion but a few days there
appered over the office window
in large letters: “ NO TROUBLE
TO ANSWER QUESTIONS.”
This has been his slogan all
through his railroad career and
his obliging attitude has carried
Notice is hereby given that William A.
Marsh of The Dalles, Oregon, who, on
June 11th, 1906, made Homestead Entry
(Serial No. 03936), No. 15205, forSEl-4
NE 1-4, NEI-4SE1-4 Sec. 15, Township
2 North, Range 12 EW. M., has filed
notice of intention to make final com
mutation Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before the Regis
ter and Receiver of the United States
Land Office, at The Dalles, Oregon, on
the 9th day of November, 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Charles Renoe and George Renoe, of
The Dalles, Oregon, and Elmer Root
and John Miler, of Mosier, Oregon.
C. W. MOORE,
(First Pub.Oct8. Last Pub.Nov. 5, ’09)
New Line of Furniture Received
C how n
JOHN WELLBERG. Prop.
Rates $1.00 per day and up
Alex. Stewart |
B r id a l V e il
D e n t is t
1 Pioneer Bankers of Hood River Valley.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits «
F. McKK'tCHEK, Viet President
LKBLIK BUTLER. President
TRUMAN BUTLER, Cashier
Builders and General
Ranges, Alcohol, Gasoline and Coal Oil Stoves, Sporting
Gouda, Sewing Machines. Crockery, Tin and Graniteware,
Paints, Oils, Doors, Sash and Glass.
We pay prompt attention to out-of-town orders.
H O O D RIVER,
P H O N K lc
Office 28 lleskiflofe £H 0
A Complete Line o f
S. E. BARTM ESS
Seed, Poultry Supplies, Spray
Undertaker and Eotodmer
Materials, Fertilizers, Etc.
Furniture and Carpets, Etc.
SPECIAL PRICES ON RED CLOVER SEED
E. C. BROCK, Res. Manager
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
OFFICE OVEIl HI r n .Ml HANKiNC COMPANY
H O O D R IV E R - O R E G O N
Es*r.blW ieJ 1 0 0 0
Incorporated IB 0 5
j BUTLER BANKING COM PANY \
J. E. COLE.
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. D.
“FINE LAUNDRY WORK”
ST O R E
HOOD R IVER
Done with ne&tnea* anil duipatch
Rough dry clothes 71, per pound.
Hood RiVfcr Laundry Company
W. U aoCEBft. ftoprictor
J . K. G O U £, M * « i:a A o c m t
H o o d
R iv e r , O r e g o n .
A pleasant place to spend a so
cial hour is at
S. E. Francisco’s Pool Room.
D r in k s ,
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Hunt Paint & Wall Paper Co. j
^ll Paper, Paints, Oils and
__ i d
H ea th & M il l ig a n H o o d R i v e r , O r e .
P a int *
i H m » « i m
& I. amhf , rt
V a r n is h e s
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Hardwick & Nord
Contractors & Buiîdêr*
E ST IM A T E S
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C andy , C ig a r s
T obago »
W e will pay car fare from Mosier
and return for patrons whose
work amounts to $5 or over
Photographs and Phonograps
Office at Fashion Stables
H ood R iv e r
All Our Work Guaranteed
MISS M. L. METCALF. A alttin l
Hood River Studio
M. E. WELCH
R e g is t e r V eterinary S urgeon
An Attractive Line of
Home Phone 62K
o s ie r
MOSIER MARKET q ogj Accom m odations
GIVE US A CALL.
out irrigation. Out of this vast scholarship.
The white cards)
territory there must be at least are t°r those imperfect in both.
2,500,000 acres available for Parents should encourage their j
to bring home a blue
wheat. There is as large an acre- children
card every month.
age as is now in wheat in Oregon
■ Mosier was the only sehooi in
All that is |the county except f he Dalle8f
needed to open up this great terri- which sent exhibit work to the
tory is a railroad and with two fair.
lines now entering that section,
Orren Osborn’s exhibit of me-
it will only be a matter of a short chanical work which he sent to
m fore the
vvl11 be on
tune 1 beioie
got a m blue
velop. Nor will the increased ribbon on bis exhibit, but has not
yield reduce prices. With such yet received the prize.
a condition of affairs as now ex
Notice for Publication.
ists, there is no danger of lessened
Not coal land
prices through tne exploitation of
epartment o f the I n t e r i o r ,
wheat fields in Central Oregon.” U. D
S. Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon
— Hood River News.
October 1st, 1909.
Prescriptions a Specialty.
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Hood River's Reliable Jeweler for
Watches, Diamonds, jewelry
The Arthur & Burt Drug Co.,
paid fo r b e fo re affidavit« a r e fu rn ish e d
H 00B TtlVER, OREGON
Capital and Surplus..............................$120,000
ftemarces over..................................... 450.000
Interest paid in Savings Department and on
Time Certificates of Dajwait. Call or write
F U R N I S H E D
W. M. Fleming left Mosier last
W. A. HUSBANDS
A. J. Derby
Monday and will go to Portland
O N A P P L IC A T IO N
to spend the Winter.
Horse Shoeing and General
Man with $150 to buy ten acres
Mr. Fleming says, “one cannot
Mosier • Oregon
raise apples in Mosier.” We do of fruit land and do work near
HOOD RIVER i
not wonder that he says this home to the amount of $250 in
He hasn’t cultivated his orchard
AdvcrtisP in lh* BULLETIN ~
since he set out his trees over part payment. Call quick.
our years ago. and he knows.
Jx „ , I u u Hosier. Ore
and get Jesuits,
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