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M O S IE R , W A S C O C O U N T Y , O R E G O N , F R I D A Y , N O V E M B E R
W h e r e a s . there is a hill intro
duced into Congress known as
the Lafean Bill, regulating the
size of boxes and grading of ap
ples hy which our present system
of packing will he demoralized
and the contents of the box will
be increased, and a standard for
grade is to be adopted which is
far below our present system o f I
grading, causing much loss to the
growers; therefore be it
R e s o l v e d , that we ask our .
representatives and senators in
Congress to oppose the passage1
of said bill, and that we send a
delegate to the meeting called at
Spokane, to he held November
1,6th, 1909. for the purpose of
considering a protest to Congress
against the passage of the Lafean
bill; and, further, be it
R e s o l v e d , that if said bill be
favorably considered by the fruit
eluded deals amounting to $30,- ^«ogress, so as to become a law
Dv that * an
090 or more and were made by
n amendment be added,
the Western states
now known as
they bought and make o f them' Standard
anu ‘ ‘Special” and
either fine summer homes or com- i m aking same
mercial orchards, or both. in ; that the grades be marked as to ,
fact, it is understood thatanum -!qua lty’ “ Fancy” and “ Choice,” !
either of which shall exceed U.
her o f these investors intend |
S. Standard grade as is now set
highly developing their property
forth in the Lafean bill; and,
and building modern country res
that as to size o f apples in the
idences, where they will sojourn
during the summer months. In
(Attest) A. T. B ateham ,
cidentally this means that Mosier
will eventually become a summer
resort for many people in the Connect With DesChutes Road.
The Oregonian says that John
cities. But the main point is that
long-headed business men are R. Allen, of Medford, president,
recognizing this as an ideal loca of the Pacific & Eastern Railroad, 1
was in Portland yesterday in
tion for apple orchards. As has
search o f additional workmen to
been said, we have here all the be employed in building that road !
conditions of soil and climate for f r o m Medford toward Crater!
the raising of the finest varieties Lake. Between 300 and 400 men
of apples which bring the highest are already employed on the ex
prices in the markets of the world. tension of this line, which may
connect with either the Oregon
While there are localities in this Trunk or the Deáchuttes Railroad, !
section that are just as good as being constructed into Central
to soil, climate and general con Oregon from the Columbia River
ditions, the great advantage of by the Hill and Harriman inter
this particular locality over all ests, respectively.
Mr. Allen announced that it is j
the others, and the one which ap the intention o f the owners of the
peals to the investor and home- Pacific & Eastern to complete its
seeker, is the remarkable cheap projected construction into Cen-
ness o f the land here, as com itral Oregon in two years. He
pared to prices in other districts. also said it was immaterial with
i his company as to whether the \
These prices range from $25 to desired connections were made
$500 an acre less than is charged with the Hill or the Harriman f;
for land in other sections that is road, but he intimated it would !
identical in every respect, accord- 6e the purpose of the Medford j
ing to location and improvements. 10^ to connect, if possible, with !
t whichever railroad was first con-,i
When the natural conditions e f , strUcted into Centred Oregon from 'j
this section have been properly! the Columbia River,
exploited the thousands o f acres
of fine land that are now covered
“ L O O S E C H A N G E ."
with timber will be snapped up
Have you been depositing your
by the wise «mes until the entire "loose change” for the past five,
country will present the appear ten or fifteen years? Or have!
ance of the thickly settled coun you been spending it—just be
tries of the older states, and Mo cause it happened to be loose—
and letting the other fellow de-
sier will come into her own.
! posit it?
APPLE GROWERS PROTEST.
Most of the money spent in the
Mosier, Ore., Nov. 6. 1909.
way suggested does the spender
At a meeting o f the Mosier little or no permanent good, in
Horticultural Society today the fact the average man does n ot,
following resolutions were unani- remember for more than a day
or so what it was spent for.
W h e r e a s , the fruit growers o f , “ Loose change” systematical-
the Northwest have by diligent jly laid by rapidly grows into!
practice and careful study adopts something that will be perman-
ed boxe» oí »citable dimensions ent an¿ lasting,
for appicci and such box contains . The small checking and sav-
more than the Winchester bushel, jn^s accounts are as welcome as
ir e Cfnn.inwi___ _
large ones to the M osier V alley
U. S. Standard measure, and
j B ank , and we w:,| look after this
W hereas , these boxes a re small deposit with the same care
widely known to the growers of we bestow upon the large one.
apples in the Northwest, and to 0 ne requires as mueh work as
the trade the world over, and is
°V>eri but we want thi» in
stitution to he of service to the
satisfactory both for packing and
i greatest possible number of peo-
•hipping purposes, and,
MOSIER TO THE FORE
While Mosier District is stili in
its infancy and the outside world
knows comparatively little about
the wonderful advantages it has
to offer in the way o f natural ad
vantages such as soil, climate,
healthfulness and magnificent
scenery, and above all, the fact
that we raise the finest apples
that can be grown anywhere in
the United States, still the out
side world is learning o f these
things, which is proven by the
many investments in land which
have been made here in the past
two months by homeseekers and
investors from all sections of the
country. These investments have
been made by shrewd business
men who, after looking the coun
try over, decided on Mosier as
the best place to put their money.
The recent transfers ofproper-
ty made in this distinct have ...
L A R A WA Y
New Line o f Furniture Received
An Attractive Lirfe' of
W. E. C hown
MOSIER, - O
G le n e n ll
vl it le rc h ; an d ise
T he PINES HOTEL
L an ds
The Arthur & Burt Drug Co.,
p H o s ie r
o f Mosier. Oregon,
F o r
b u s in e s s
Carrying a full line of Drugs. Patent Medicine. Station
ery, Sundries, Toilet Articles, Ice Cream, Candy and
Prescriptions a Specialty.
JO H N W E L L B E R G ' Prop.
Builders and General
Im plem ent
C om p a n y
Goods, Sewing Machines. Crockery, Tin and Graniteware,
Contractors in Stone, Brick anil Con-
DAVID ROBINSON, M. D.
P h y s ic ia n
Paints, Oils, Doors, Sash and Glass.
W e pay prom pt attention to out-of-town orders.
R iv e r
Ranges, Alcohol. Gasoline and Coal Oil Stoves, Sporting
JOHN G. ZOLLS & SONS
Hood River Studio
W. D. ROGERS. Proprietor
M osiet Barber Shop
MISS M. L. METCALF. A u U .n l
Photographs and Phonograps
Subscriptions taken for All
Kinds of Periodicals.
R IV E R ,
Razors put in first-class condition.
B r id a l V e il
Rates $1.00 per day and up
Fresh and Cured Meats
Harness and Saddlery G
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc .
Hand-made Harness a Specialty
DENNY & HARVEY
CAY YOWELL. Mgr.
MOSIER m a r k e t
GIVE US A CALL.
F ru it
He can make your watch keep time
Hood River's Reliable Jeweler for
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
I.«-iral iilv m irrm c n ti will in all rases be charged
to the party orti« rim? them , a t l**gal rate*. an 4
paui fi.r before allhiavits are fu m i hed.
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H r u f * iíJ. j ü l ( * n è i
I t G. KIBUEE. Proprietor
Local Agent for the Oregonian.
J. E. COLE.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. D.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
e n t is t
OFFICE OVEK HUTIJCK HAN KINO COMPANY
Officr a K a i d n n 2x II
Capital and Surplus................................$120,000
Resources over........................................ 450,000
Interest paid in Savings Department and on
Time Certificates of Deposit Call or write
for further information,
S. E. BARTMESS
Undertaker and Embalmer
HOOD RIVER - OREGON
E. C. BROCK, Res. Manager
B l a c k s m it h
“ FINE LAUNDRY WORK’
Hom e Phone 6 2 K
Take advantage o f the Fine Line of Brand New
Rough dry clothes 7c. per pound.
M. E. WELCH
R e g is t e r V
Shoeing and General
J . K. COLE. M oglie« A g e n t
Done with neatness ami dispatch
woeneoooeowwoeowwdl Hood River Laundry Company
Have You Noticed the W est Window at
W. A. HUSBANDS
A. J. Derby
Furniture and Carpets, Etc.
e t e r in a r y
Office at Fashion Stables
H o o d R iv e r
ARNOLD & R UPP
iv e r
Leather Purses and B ill Books
Notice for Publication.
All Our W ork Guaranteed
Not coal land
The Drug Store On the Com er,
H ood Riuer, Oregon
D epartment o r the I nterior ,
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon
October 1st, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that William A.
Marsh o f The Dalles, Oregon, who, on
June 11th, 1906, made Homestead Entry
(Serial No. 03936). No. 15206, forSEl-
NF. 1-4, N E I-4SE 1-4 Sec. 16, Township
2 North, Range 12 E W .M ., has filed
notice o f intention to make final com
mutation Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before the Regis
ter and Receiver o f the United States
Land Office, at The Dalles, Oregon, on
the 9th day o f November, 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Charles Renoe and George Renoe, of
! State* Land Office at The Dalles, Ore- The Dalles, Oregon, ami Elmer Root \
I Through the efforts of W V e r a l
th* ,:Uh *mjr
December, >nd j ohn Miler, Qf Mosier, Oregon.
influential citizens of Mosier and 1909.
C. W . MOORE,
Claimant nattic* as witnessed!
Portland, Wm. McMurray has James Camp, Earl Bailey, A. M. Roup,
(First Pub.OctS, Last Puh. Nov. 6, ’09) S.
promiied to have trnifi No. 7, Wm. Cd6k, ail o f Mosier, Oregon.
westbound, stop at Mnsier every
C. W . MOORE.
Sunday evening. This is for the
Death of James Miltr,
NOTICE FOR PUBUCATION.
James Miler passed away on
Department o f the Interior.
Wednesday morning at hia home United State« I .am I Office,The Dalle«,
a few miles east of town, at the Oregon, November 8th, 1909.
Notice 1« hereby given that Oti» D.
age of 84 years. Services were Hogg, o f Mosier, Oregon, who, on Sep
conducted at the Baptist church tember 3d, 190H, made Homestead, No.
for Lot 4, N W 1-4, S W 1-4, Sec. 2.
In Mosier yesterday, by the Rev, 0913,
and N 1-2.8E1-4, 8ef. 3, Twp. 2 N ., R.
1 Mr. C la r k , o f White Salmon and ' 11 E*<t, Willamette Meridian, has filed
the body was taken to Hood River ooh'r.of Intention to make Final com-
mutation proof, to establish claim to
for interment in the family Int the land hli«ve described, before the
Register »lid Receiver
!etve! nf the United
W e will pay car fare from M isier
afld return for patrons «vhose
work amounts to $5 or over
pleasant place to Spend a so-
. . .
Hardwick & Nord
Contractors & Builders
cial hour is at
E. Francisco’s Pool Room. ESTI MATES F U R N I S H E D
benefit of Portland people Who
* No loan too small for our con- S oft D rinks . C a n d y . C i g a r s
own property here ar.d who take
sidemtion — In fact the smaller
9ufldav to come up and look at It
The change wili lie greatly ap- candescent Kerosene (Atop? On lo»na are preferred.
trial at Bulletin «.ffiee.
MOSIER VALLEY BANK. Mosier,
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