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MOS 1ER, WASCO COUNTY', OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24. 1909
to th e i a rty o ru e iio ir tl»em. at tegml rmte«, an d
paU fur b c .o re all: lavita a r e fiirn t h cd.
ha 1 an even stronger effect on i
t ’xe f ì g x x r T i i e i c h:xs :xlso Iteen $ Sue
[ Old now: bat new to many. ] a grvat amountof money brought
iato Orege . during thè past ycrr
lias one-sixth the standing !>y new se. Ieri. This has gore
timber of the United S ates, < r 'into farm lands, timber and city ♦
any other state. Government prop rty. Railroad activity now i
estimate, three hundred billion going forward in the state will *
undoubtedly have a strong effect
bringing the coming year’s
A vast undeveloped area nov
He can make your watch keep time
up to an <v n higher
available to the home-maker and
i ivestor will go on the market
latest report,—Hood River News
Has arable land enough for
x .enty million people. Present
THE FRENCH PEOPLE
of Mosier, Oregon,
Does more than any other
IS N O W O P E N F O R B U S IN E S S ,
suite to advance irrigation, be if not the most thrifty—peo
C A Y Y O W E L L , M g r.
Carrying a full line of Drugs, Patent Medicine, Station
ing the largest contributor to tiio
bly no nation ever showed
Harness and Saddlery Goods
United.State3 Reclamation Fund.
ery, Sundries, Toilet Articles, Ice Cream, Candy and
greater recuperative powers
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
Is natural dairying stale. An than did France after the
Harness a Specialty
nual product, $17,000,000, an in Franco-Prussian War; a n d
JOHN WELLBERG, Prop.
crease from $5,000,000 five years within a generation the com
HOOD RIVER - OREGON
f.go. Western portion has pas- mon people of France had
x .re every month in the year.
bought lai'ge bond issues of
Ranks second in wool cup other nations.
among the states.
Recently they have subscrib
DENNY & HARVEY
Oregon apples, pears and cher ed for a fifty million dollar
u b find their way to the tables bond issue of one of the
cC sovereigns and multi-million- large railway companies in
Fresh and Cured Meats
: ires of every civilized land-
this country, and for an is
xxey are the best. Returns of sue of the Russian Govern
i rom $300 to $1000 per acre on ment.
fruit lands are not exceptional.
The question naturally aris
Poultry products, $5,0^0,000 es, Where do the French
i n axially. Local market demand
people get all tiiis money ?
iluee times that amount at high One of the American finan
ciers, recently returned from
Paris,Heiis the secret in sev
H i-s water powers (being rap-
en words, viz; “The people
i My developed) sufficient to run
s i! the m ichinery in the United of France save their money. ’ ’
Ranges, Alcohol, Gasoiine and Coal Oil Stoves, Sporting
The natural resources of this
Goods, Sewing Machines, Crockery, Tin and Graniteware,
nation are second to none
Li vestock in state estimated at
Paints, Oils, Doors, Sash and Glass.
f’7j,00),000—packing plants nov/ and the people of this coun-
JOHN G. ZOI.LS & SONS
1 uilclii g insure a trebled mar try could do what the French j
We pay prompt attention to out-of-town orders.
are doing if they would go
Contractors in Stone, Brick and Con
Has two prosperous mining about it in the same way.
Would it not be well for you
sections, located in the eastern
and southeastern portions of the to begin naui to cultivate .
state—gold, silvei-, iron, copper j that saving habit ? Begin
with the new year. The
H O O D R IV E R ,
O REG O N
DAVID ROBINSON, M. D.
and oil among the pi-oducts.
MOSIER VALLEY BANK
Has diversity of climates and
will help you by taking your
P h y s ic ia n a n d S u r g e o n
soils suited to every product of deposits, no matter how
tne temperate zone not depend small.
W . D. R O G E R S. P ro p rieto r
M ISS M. 1. M ETC A LF. AMtot.nl
ent upon hot nights.
In fact, thex’e is no better sec
tion Ln the United States for the
Photographs and Phonograps
homeseeker, the ruanu facturer,
the capitalist or those who would A number of children are hack j
become capitalists, the miner, i in school again after an absence
lumberman, dairyman, stock- dui'ing the bad weather.
Razor« put in first-class condition.
man, fruitman, the invalid or Mattie Hudson is again in
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
pleasure seeker, or for any per school after an absence of two |
son wishing to engage in any weeks on account of illness.
HOOD RIVER. OREGON
kind ox- labor, trade or profes Claii'e Bfiilsy visited Mrs.
sion, than O R E G O N .
Gove’s room Tuesday afternoon.
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. D.
Capital and Surplus..............................$120,000
Miss Ella English was a vis
D e n t is t
Resources over..................................... 450,000
Oregon banks showed a re itor in both rooms Monday morn
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
Interest paid in Savings Department and on
markably healthy condition, ac ing.
PHO N ES:
Office 28 R esid en ce 28 B
Time Certificates of Deposit. Call or write
cording to the report ot State The teachers and pupils wish
HOOD R IV E R
O REG O N
for further information,
Bank Examiner Steel. Assets to thank those who so willingly
and liabilities of the private and aided them at the Basket Social
national banks of the state at last Satux-day evening. The net
W. A. HUSBANDS
A. J. Derby
S. E. BARTMESS
the close of business on Novem proceeds, $30.37, will be used as
B l a c k sm it h
Horse Shoeing and General
ber 16 are compared with the a library fund.
Undertaker and Embalmer
L aw yer
same statistics on November 27,
1908, much to the disadvantage
of the earlier date. An increase
of 21 per cent in> loans and dis
Home Phone 62K E. C. BROCK, Res. Manager I
counts and individual deposits is Tree at the school house at
shown for the current year. In
"FINE LAUNDRY WORK”
dividual de osits in banks have was very much enjoyed by all
Done with neatness and dispatch
increased $16,103,678 over last present. The teacher, Miss Sny
dry clothes 7c. per pound.
year, certainly a stirnng evidence
Hood River Laundry Company
of the prosperity of the state. A spend the Christmas vacation
J . E. COLE. M
gain of more than $1,000,000 in with friends.
resources of the hanks in a sin
H o o d R iv e r , O r e g o n .
gle year is a striking proof of The 0. R. & N. Co. will spend
M. E. WELCH
the advance Oregon lias made half a million dollars in improv
R e g is t e r V e t e r in a r y S u r g eo n
during the pa3t twelve months^ ing and straightening the track
This is partly due to the market between The Dalles and Des
Office at Fashion Stables
ing of a large lumber cut, but chutes, eliminating some sharp
H ood R iv e r
O r eg o n
the high prices at which the ag- curves.
ricultui-al staples were marketed
FACTS ABOUT OREGON.
Hood River's Reliable Jeweler for
Watches; Diamonds, Jewelry
The A rthur & Burt Drug Co.,
Prescriptions a Specialty.
GIVE US A CALL.
Rates $1.00 per day and lip
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Notice for Publication
New Line of Furniture Received
bed s ,
d ressers ,
c h i f f o n i e r s .-
c h a ir s
a l so
An Attractive Lint*of
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All Our Work Guaranteed
We will pay car fare from M isier
and return for patrons otiose
work amounts to $5 or over
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
| U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Ore-
Not Coal Land.
■ gon, November 10, 1909.
Department of the Interior.
Notice is hereby given that the
United State* Land Office,
United States Land Office,The Dalles, Northern Pacific Railway Company,
j The Dalles, Oregon, Nov. 11th, 1909,
whose postoffice address is St. Paul,
Nbflee l# hereby given that George Oregon, December 9th, 1909.
Minnt sota.ha* this 5th day of November,
; Mi Powell, of Mosier, Oregon, who on
I January 16th, 1904, made Homestead, Surface, of The Dalles, Oregon, who, , 1909 filed in this office its application to
! (Serial No. 03066), No.- 13192, for El-2, on September 1st, 1908, made Home j select under the provisions of the Act
! NE1-4, SW1-4 NE1-4. Section 36, Twp. stead, No, 0877, for 81-2 SW 1-4, Sec. of Congress, approved July 1, 1898 (30
IK North, Range If F ail, Willamette 15, Tp. 2 North, R. 12 EWM., has filed I Stat. 597, 620) as extended by the Act
Meridian, ha* filed notice of Intention to notice of intention to make Final com of Congress, approved May 17, 1906,
make finsl five year Proof, to establish mutation proof, to establish claim to 1 the NE 1-4 of NW 14 See. 20. To. IN.,
A pleasant place to spend a ao-
Contractors & Builders
claim to the land above described, be- the laud above described, before the R. 12 E..W. M. Serial No. 05608.
Any and all person* claiming adverse*
cial hour is at
I fore the Re<r-‘*;if and Receiver of the RegLUf and Receiver of the United
"j L’nited State* Land Office, at The States Land Office at The Dalles, Ore I ly the land* described, or desiring to
balles, Oregon, fn the 21st day of Dec* gon, bn the 20th day of January, 1910. object because of the mineral character S. E. Francisco’s Pool Room. ESTIMATES F U R N I S H E D
of the land, or for any ctV r reason, to
Claimant nahnes as witnesses:
I ember, i&Oih
the oisi.oSal to applicant, should file
Claimant names a* witnesses!
Robert Hardwick, all of Mosier, Or - their affidavit* o f protest In this office,
Ole Olesdn, Thomas C. Godbersdn, gon; George W. Renoe, of The Dalle.}, on or before the 21stday of December,
S o f t D r in k s . C a n d y , C ig a r s
William C. Kruger, Jo/--f»h II, Kruger, Oregon, and Edgar Burlingame, of I 19»«.
• ali of Mosier. Oregon.
C. W. Mootolt, R e n te r.
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