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H. G. KIBÖRE. Proprietor
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Buaines» feral» w ill be ch arted at S oawta per line
for each iuw rtk/n.
I>ir»l adrertisem ents w ill is all caasa be ch arted
l a t é r a l a*
class m attar Ma* h 12, »**». uf
tha i» >8t offl*c at M ob »**, Ort jr««n. uiul.r the A c t o í
Lavish entertainment o f the vis
M Joier hr.s Night Operator.
Mosier now has a night ooer- itors by the manufacturers of
t >r at the depot and it will no this district will be a feature of
longer he necessary for patrons the convention and plans to give
o f the road to shiver in the cold the delegates a good time are al
outside the station while waiting ready under way. A committee,
for the late night and early headed by W. B. Mackay. has
morning trains. The night op- th»8 feature in charge. Anelah-
trick” ” is from 2 p. m.
bincluet >3 011 the
t() ^ „ m‘
iand trips to the sawmill plants
This latest concession o f th e1 near
c*ty’ excursions on the
railroad is one which the Mosier iae harbor, and probably a jaunt
Commercial Club and the Mosier *> a
caniP in the tiniber
Bulletin have been trying to se-lnot far from P,,rtland are pron-
ctire for some time, and the Mo- is ' d- The ^ th e r.n g will be an
nier public generally will voice important one in lumber circles.
its appreciation. We do not pride and it is expected there will be
©,irsr>lve3 tl\at the various con 400 delegates in attendance.
veniences with which the com
pany has favored us recently
have come by merely having
SIX MONTHS OLD.
been asked for, but because
Today closes six months of
the railroad company, realizing
for the MOSIER
that Mosier is becoming of eon-
V A L L E Y BANK.
s durable commercial importance,
That there was a general
v-ith ¡.respects o f still greater
for and need o f srch
itivity in the near future, con-
an institution in the Mosier
s lers that Mosier is entitled to
District and that its organi
i d it asks for.
zation was timely and well-ad
There are a few more things
vised, is amply shown by the
v \at Mosier will ask the company
that there are now 175
tiw * in guod time—things we’ ll
accounts on our
; ■ t because we ‘ ‘need them in
uur husiness. ” But we can wait
The business o f the bank
awhile longer for them. In the
up to this time has been far
lu.'an time we are prop r'y think
in excess of the expectations
i 1I for the favors we have re-
o f its officers and they desire
e li ved, and take off our hats to
to fake this opportunity of
1 1 j J . R. & N. Co.
expressing their apprecia
tion o f the very general sup
F r t Growers Hold Enthusiastic
port extended us.
W e want every one in the
community to feel a
T in meeting o f the Horticult
interest in this bank.
ure ; Society last Monday was one
We are willing and anxious
o f tin bait the Society ever had.
to serve you in any way pos
Tu v j was a large attendance
sible, consistent with con
at b>th morning and afternoon
servative business methods,
« ‘.«ion. Mr. Bateham reported
and you can in turn help us
oiujjrrcutions on the Apple Shows
and at the same time further
o f 1))9 at Seattle, Hood River,
the interests o f the commu
Portland and Spokane, from
nity and yourself. W i t h
which he drew optimistic conclu
concerted action the Mosier
sions for the products o f this
District is destined to make
district and its future.
strides in the near fu
Mr. Rogers gave a talk on the
and we are here to
manufacture and use o f arsenate
about such action.
<*f lea l, « K 1 he was followed by
We wish you increased
happiness and prosperity
during 1910, and trust you
will establish business rela
tions with us if you have not
already done so.
R o b t . M. RO s s , Cashier.
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
H e can make ¡¡our watch keep time
The A rth u r & B u rt Drug Co.,
of Mosier, Oregon,
IS N O W
B U SIN E SS,
Delegates from Oregon, Wash
ington, Idaho, Montana and Utah
will attend the convention o f the
Western Retail Lumber Dealers’
Association, which will meet in
Portland February 14, 15 and 16.1 u s 's cbas' n£ tbe delusion.
N ew L in e o f Furniture Received
An Attraeti v# L/fie of
Specialty : j
ery, Sundries, Toilet Articles, Ice Cream, Candy and
Prescriptions a Specialty.
GIVE US A CALL.
M o s ie r
H A R N E S S Co. IS
Harness and Saddlery Goods
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
Hand-made Harness a Specialty
JOHN WELLBERG, Prop.
DENNY & HARVEY
Rates $1.00 per day and up
Builders and General
Ranges, Alcohol, Gasoline and Coal Oil Stoves, Sporting
Fresh and Cured Meats
Mosier - Oregon
Goods, Sewing Machines, Crockery. Tin and Graniteware.
Paints, Oils, Doors, Sash and Glass.
We pay prompt attention to out-of-town orders.
JOHN G. ZOLLS & SONS
Contractors in Stone, Brick ami Con
D AV ID ROBINSON, M? D.
MOSIER m a r k e t ^ 00^
h y s ic ia n a n d
W D. R O G E R S, Proprietor
Photographs and Phonograps
J. E. C O LE.
HOOD RIVER. OREGON
Capital and Surplus.......................... $120,000
Resources over................................. 450,000
Interest paid in Savings Department and on
Time Certifícales of Deposit Call or write
for further information.
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. D.
D e n t is t
OFFICE OVER B UTLER B A N K IN G C O M PAN Y
Office 28 Residence 28 B
A. J. Derby
S. E. HARTM ESS
j HOOD R IV E R - O REGO N
E. C. BROCK, Res. Manager
Undertaker and Embalmer
Furniture and Carpets, Etc.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Razors put in first-class condition.
MISS M. I . METCALF. AutoUnt
Hood River Studio
B a rb er Shop
O R EG O N
GAY YO W ELL, Mgr.
paid fo r before affidavit»- ere furnished.
C. G. NICHOL
h a m berla in
Carrying a full line of Drugs, Patent Medicine, Station
1 B r i d a l V e i l
“ What is a dollar, anyhow?"
The question is an easy one to
answer. A dollar is what some
men promise to pay for their
country paper. It is something
a newspaper man enjoys more in
anticipation than in reality. It
is the price o f a day’ s work for
some men and a single night’ s
drink for others. It is what the
w ife frequently needs but sel-
dom has. It is the power that
makes or unmakes men. It is
that which, possessing, men may
accomplish much good in this
cold world; and which, lacking,
drives them to crime. It is the
hardest thing to get and the easi
est thing to get rid of, known to
mankind. It is a blessing in a
small measure and a curse in
many instances. I t is mighty
and scarce. No man ever had
all that he wanted and no man
ever will. A dollar is a snare
and a delusion, and every one of
Hood River's Reliable Jeweler for
H o o d R iv e r
Sir. Collis, who told about power
Mr. Duncan’s address on Tree
Planting was full o f practical
points evidently gleaned from
seemed to meet with the approba
tion of other large growers pres
J. M. Carrtill, the Manager o f
the Fruit Growers’ Association,
told how the growers could men-
tally and materially help each
other, especially by making ev-
ery effort to maintain perfect
grading and packing o f fruit.
Great interest was manifested
in all the subjects and the dis-
cussion which followed consumed
so much time that the topic o f
Spraying was deferred until the
meeting set for January 17,1910,
when the entire day will be de
voted to this topic in full detail.
Officers elected at this meeting
for the coming year were:—
Pres., Amos Root; Vice-Pres.,
J. P. Carroll; Secretary, A. P.
Bateham; Treasurer, Geo. Sel-
MOSI ER, WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FR ID A Y, DECEMBER 31. 1909
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to the p arty ordarfe* them, a t legal rate«, and
HOOD R IVER
W. A. HUSBANDS
Shoeing and General
“ FINE LAUNDRY W O R K ”
Done with neatness and dispatch
E x c l u s iv e l y a t P l a t h s .
K 0D A C K S and SUPPLIES - M CDONALD’ S C A N
DIES - P A L M E R ’ S PERFUMES - FLEM ISH A R T
CO’S. P YR O G R APH IC M ATE R IA LS
Rough dry clothes 7c. per pound.
A t P ^ A J T H 'S .
The Drug Store On the Corner, Hood River, Oregon
N O T IC E FOR P U B L IC A T IO N ,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Not Coal Land,
Not Coal Land.
Department of the Interior.
Department o f the Interior.
United States Land Office,
United States Land Office,The Dalles,
The Dalles, Oregon, Nov. 11th, 1909.
Oregon, December 9th, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that George
Notice is hereby given that John H.
M. Powell, o f Mosier, Otegon, who on
Surface, o f The Dalles, Oregon, who,
January 16th, 1904, made Homestead,
on September 1st, 1908, made Home
(Serial No. 03066), No. 13192, for EI-2.
stead, No. 0877, for 81-2 S W 1-4, Sec.
NE1-4, SW1-4 NE1-4, 8ection 88, Twp,
15, Tp. 2 North, R, 12 E W M ., has filed
2 North, Range 11 East, Willamette
notice o f Intention to make Final com-
Meridian, has filed notice o f Intention to
mutation proof, to establish claim to
make final fiv# year Proof, to establish
the land above described, before the
fclaim to the land above described, be'
. . . . .
¡fore the Register and Receiver of the
R*celv" o t
United State. Land Office, at The
L * nd 0ffice ■*
D“lle*- O n -
• Dalles, Ofegon, on the 21st day o f D e o *> "• on the 2°th
I eiflber 1909
Claimant names as witnesses!
Claimant names as witnesses;
S tf"l"V Eastman
Robert Hardwick, all o f Mosier, Ore-
Ole Oleson. Thomas
Gtabrreon, lfori. Georg- W. Renoe of The Dalles.
William C. Kruger, Joseph H. Kruger, Oregon and Edgar Burlingame, of
i all o f Mosier, Oregon.
C. W. M o o r s . Register.
C. W. MOORE.
• First pub-, t ’nv. 19. Last puixDee 17.) i
Laundry Company *
J . E . C O L E . M ohikb A g e n t ;
H o o d R iv e r , O r e g o n .
M. E. WELCH
R e g is t e r V
e t e r in a r y
S ur g eo n
Office at Fashion Stables
R iv e r
NOTICE OF PU BLICATIO N.
All Our Work Guaranteed
We will pay car fare from M >sier
and return for patrons otiose !
work amounts to $5 or over
Not Coal Land.
Department o f the Interior.
United States Land Office,
The Dalles, Oregon, Nov. 10th, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that Howard
H. Smith, o f The Dallea, Oregon, who
on April 14th, 1903, made Homestead.
(Serial No. 02866), No. 12468. for El-2
NE1-4, El-2 Sel-4, Section 13. Twp. 1 I
, North, Range 11 East, Willamette Mer-
idian, has filed notice o f Intention to
make Final five year Proof, to establish
claim to the iand above described, be A pleasant place to spend
fore the Register and Receiver o f the
cial hour is at
United States Land Office, at The
Dalles, Oregon, on the 21st day of Dec
ESTIMATES F U R N I S
Claimant name* a* witnesses:
Bert Martin, John ptagman, Horace
Martin and L, 0> Dawson, all o f The S o f t D r i n k s , C a n d y , C i g a r s |
C. W. M o o rs . Register,
Hardwick & Nord
Contractors & Builders
S. E. Francisco’s Pool Room.
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