Mosier bulletin. (Mosier, Or.) 1909-19??, January 07, 1910, Image 1

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    PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
ADVERTISING KATES
BY
H. G. KIBBEE.
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M03IER, H 'ASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 7. 10( 0
VOL. I
Menace t* Chi-jicn Apple-Growers somewhat more than the Win-
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ehestor bushel (2150. letrbicinch-
See
[Weiimt iay s Oregonian.]
jes), the st ir.-.lard dry measure <f V
Oregon apple-growers are be- the United States. Apples paekid
ginning to pay the price of their
the distinctive and compact
fame as producers *f the finest manner of Oregon growers tit
apples in the world. While the ! exactly the form and size of this
Eastern grower admits the su i. b >x. It wo 'Id be inqxrsi' le to
periority of our Western fruits, pick them “ t ffht” in the pro­
bis envy of the financial returns posed Xafean box. If this Orc-
He can >
make your watch keep time
to our growers has prompted a £°n box, which has been tested
vengeance which is dis- so thoroughly h> out expei «
played in the Lafean apple pack- packers-packers who lmve es
ag * bill lritroiluctd x t tin- last tablishe 1 the hex p.icktee in a
session of Congress. Anaggi ts- world’s market and who are
siw aaapaigiLagaiB'ifithe bi:l, practically the exclusive users of
o f Mosier, Oregon.
has been outlined by the apple- the box packs.» -i!F their box be
growers of the N o r th w e s t and made the standard. Oregon grow-
IS N O W O P E N F O R B U S I N E S S ,
our Representatives will be sup- ers could possibly be induced to
Carrying a full line ofiDrugs, Patent Medicine, Station­
plied with e x p lic it objections to, withdraw their objections »to the
ery, Sundries, Toilet A rticles, Ice Cream, Candy and
the measure. This bill, which other provisions of the Lafean
Cigars.
was devised by the growers and bill.
shippers of New York, who use Unless some such compromise
altogether a barrel package in he effected the adoption of the
th -ir shipments, assumes to die- bill will be vigorously opposed,
tate the size of boxes to be used ' as
>e gathered from the
b the very people who first ir.- manifesto issued by the Oregon
t o u r e d the box package andj State Board «of Horticulture,
w oo have made it the most de- Horticulturists all over the North
si cable apple package in the west are thoroughly aroused up-
world’s markets.
Ion this Sl'hject, as well they may
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be if they would conserve their
These Eastern shippers have
rights. The bill is an attempt
the effrontery to attempt also t<>
to injure the business of a more
dictate changes in the various successful competitor by com­
insignia which are practically pelling him to deliver a •greater
trade marks in the apple business
quantity of fruit for the price ho
in Oregon. For example, up-to- receives for the packages now
date apple-growers mark their
used. Such a bill is a product of
boxes with the number of apples
envy, and should not he permit­
each box contains, by which the ted to succeed.
trade all over the world knows
exactly Mi«e size of every frefit.
Cerfam terms also designate THE “HAND TO POCKET’
quality. These terms are prac­
.MET HOD.
tically trade marks and are ev­
Some people conduct their
erywhere known as such and
business in this way, carry­
their extinction would cause
great Scon fusion in established ing their money about with
channels of trade. Certain defi­ them or stowing it a-way in
nite methods of placing fruits in sundry places tnat are fond­
the boxes are essential types of' ly thought to be safe. If
Oregon packing and are at al! | everybody followed this prac­
times recognized by buyers. The \ tice what would he the con­
dition of the business affar s
trade has become so accustomed
of
the country? It would be
to all these practical trade marks
an
impossibility to carry
Mtati it now demands them and
O regon
H o o d R iv e r
them
on in that way.
our growers are justified in
Now, you may imagine
guarding them zealously.
that
the money you carry
The apple-packers of Oregon
around
with you is not suffi­
are past masters in their art. In
cient
to
open a hank account;
cio other section of the world are 1
that
it
is
not enough to justi­
apples packed so attractively and
fy
a
bank
in giving the nec­
With such an exact knowledge of
essary
time
and stationery
■letbwds that will insure safety
to
keep
track
of it. You are
• f carriage. These results have
mistaken. If taken alone,
been attained only after years of
experimentation and their at­ perhaps it would not be of
tainment bus contributed very much consequence, but when
largely do the favor with which combined with perhaps a
Oregon fruit has been received hundred other s i m i l a r
amounts it becomes a con­
an the great markets. It is an
siderable sum, and can he
impudent assumption on the part
loaned to assist in develop­
• f the barrdi-dippers to attempt
ing the community, thus
to dictate to our people, who
helping you and everybody
have perfected this art, in what 6lS0.
manner «and in what package our
The MOSIER VALLEY
fruits dfeall be presented. The
BANK
welcomes the small
i^afean bill contains many objec­
account.
tionable features that should be
brought plainly before Congres­
sional committees at once. Prob­ The Dalles Chronicle:—E. H. | ^ >mc Phone 62K E . C. BROCK, Res.
ably the most mischievous is the Overman, who was held here on
■section which provides that the the charge of issuing checks on
■"standard” package for apples a Spokane bank at which he had
packed in boxes shall be a box no deposit, was released last
“ ‘having a capacity of not less night about 9 o’clock by Sheriff
EXCLUSIVELY AT PLATH’S.
(than 2342 cubic inches” —provid­ Levi Chrisman upon receipt of a
KODACKS end SUPPLIES - MCDONALD’S CAN­
in g further that any box of less telegram from Governor F. W.
DIES - PALMER’S PERFUMES - FLEMISH a RT
»capacity ahaH be marked ‘‘s hort Benson. The message received
CO’S. PYRÔGRAPHIC MATERIALS -----------------
4>ox.”
read: “Application for the extra­
'Esperidlly Prescriptions,
It is not possible to pack Ore­ dition -of E. H. Overman has
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kbeen
denied.”
Local
people
are
gon apples in the manner used
b y Oregon packers in a box con- P(ease<l that the man has secured
- • • _ no In _ . • • u
tl bis freedom for it is generally
taming 2342 cubic inches. The conce(]e(j that he was unjustly
The Drug Store'On the Comer, Hood River, Oregon
standard Oregon d o x contains arrested.
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LARAWAY
h a m b e r la in
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M
ESTATE
Fruit
Ijitndt
Hood River's Reliable Jeweler for
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
a
Specialty $
W
O regon ;
Mosier
DAVENFORT
HARNESS Co.
The Arthur & Burt Drug Co.,
Harness and Saddlery Goods
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
Hand-made Harness a Specialty
MOSIER MARKET
Good Acaammodations
1
DENNY & HARVEY
Fresh and Cured Meats
Country Produce
eri
B r id a l V
Rates $1.00 per day and up
DEALERS IN
Mosier
OREGON
Oregon ~
Alex. Stewart
Notan» Public
and
Fire Insurance
Mosier
_ Oregon
HV pay prompt attention Jo out-of-town orders.
Contractors in Stone, Brick and Con­
Franz Hardware,
crete Work
Oregon
DAVID ROBINSON, M. I).
H O O D RIVER,
ETC-
ALSO
«An Attractive Line of
Heating Stoves
W. E.
C how n
MOSIER,
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OREGON
,
OREGON
P h y sic ia n a no S u r g eo n
MOSIER
W D . ROCÌF.KS. P roprietor
OREGON
Photographs and Phonçgraps
Hood River
Razors put in first-class condition.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Capital and Surplus............................. $120,000
Resources over..................................... «450,000
Interest paid in Savings Department and oh
Time Certificates of Deposit Call or write
for • further i n formation,
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. D.
D e n t is t
O F F IC E O V E ll B U T L E R H A N K IN C C O M P A NY
PHO N ES:
Office 2S Keawtence 2K B
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Oregon
FIRST NATIONAL 'BANK
J. E. COLE.
HOOD RIVER
M B S M t . M E TC A LF. A w lrta n t
Hood River Studio
MOSIER
Barber Shop
e il
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Not Coal Land.
Not Coal Land.
Department of the Interior.
Department of the Interior.
United States Land Office,
United States Land Office,The Dalles,
The Dalle*. Oregon, Nov. 11th, "1309.
Notice is hereby given that Gistrfce Oregon, December 9th, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that John H.
M. Pbwell, of Mssier. Oregon, who« on
The Dalles, Oregon, who,
January I6th, 1904, made Homestead, Surface,
1 (Serial No. 03066), No. 13192, for E l-2, on September 1st. 190H, made Home­
NE1-4, SW1-4 NE1-4, Section 35, Twp stead, No. 0877, for Sl-2 SW 1-4, Sec.
2 North, Range 11 East, Willamette 16. Tp. 2 North. R. 12 EWM., has filed
Meridian, has filed notice of intention to notice of intention to make Final com­
make final five year Proof, to establish mutation proof, to establish claim to
< I.iim to the land above described, be­ the land above described, l ^fcre t‘.
fore the Regfcter and Receiver of the R-g4*t*rand Receiver of the United
«lUnited State* Land Office, at The States Land Office at The Dalle*, Ore­
Dalles, Oregon, on the 2J»t day of Dec­ gon, on the 20th day of January, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses:
ember, 19*>9.
Stanley Eastman, William Marsh,
Claimant name» as witnesses:
Robert Hardwick, all of Mosier, Or«-
Ole Oleson, Thomas C. Godberson, gon; George W. Renoe, of The Dalles.
William C. Kruger, Joseph H. Kruger, Oregon, and Edgar
Edgar Burlingame, of
all of Mosier, Oregon.
Cooks, Washington.
C. W. M oore , Register, j
C. W. MOORF.
(First pub Nov. 19. Lset pub.Dsc.I7ri
■Registe.
=
Ranges, Alcohol, Gasoline and Coal Oil Stoves, Sportiijp
Goods, Sewing Machines, Crockery, Tin and Graniteware,
Paints, Oils. Doors, Sash and Glass.
JOHN C. ZOLLS & SONS
Hood River
“
Builders and General
Hardware.
OREGON
A. J. Derlyy
S. E. PARTM ESS
‘L a w y er
Undertaker and Emhalmer
Furniture and Carpets, Etc.
HOOD RIVER
HOOD RIVER.
: OREGON -------------------
*W. A. HUSBANDS
IB l ACKSMIXJI
Horse ‘.Shoeing and Generi!
|
Repair Work.
Satisfaction guaranteed
OREGON MOSIER
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OREGON
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ARNOLD & R U P P
/
Company
—
DENTISTS
—
“ FINE LAUNDRY WORK"
Dono with neatness and dispatch
Rough dry clothes 7c. per pound.
Hood River laundry
J . E . C O L E , M ohfkk A o k n t
H o o d R iv er , 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 u r g eo n
Office at Fashion Stables
H o od R iv e r
-
All Our Work Guaranteed
O r eg o n
w
CHAIRS
PINES HOTEL
T he
'GIVE US A CALL.
At PLATH 'S.
CHIFFONIERS.
regon
JO H N WELLBERG, Prop.
HOOD RIVER - OREGON 1
BEDS. DRESSERS.
O
iM O S I E R
HOOD RIVER - OREGON
(Branch)
INCLUDING
C. G . NiCHOL
General
Merchandise
GAY VOW ELI,. Mgr.
LUMBERING CO.
New Line of Furniture Received
paid fo r before aA J a v its a re fu m i.-h ed .
Prescriptions a Specialty.
N jrl
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NO. 44
! to th e p a rty ordafeng th e m , a t lepra! ra te s , an d
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION,
I
W e will pay car fare from M >sier
and return for patrons «vhose
work amounts to $5 or over
Not Coal Land.
Department of the Interior.
United States Land Office,
The Dalles, Oregon, Nov. 10th, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that Howard
H. Smith, of The Dalles, Oregon, who
on April I4th, 1903, made Homestead,
(Serial No. 02866), No. 12468, for E l-2
NE1-4, El-2 8el-4, Section 13, Twp. 1
North, Rang« 11 East, Willamette Mer­
idian, ha* filed notice of intention to
make Final five year Proof, to establish
claim to- the land above described, be­ A pleasant place to spend t so*
CwittttOtors Æ Builders
fore the Register and Receiver of the
rial« hour in at
United States Land Office, at The
Dalles, Oregon, on the 2L t day of Itec-
S. E. F rane Leo's Pool Room. i n t i m a t e s F ü t t N i g H E D
ember. 1900.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Bert Martin, John [Stagman, Horace
Martin and L. O. Dawson, all of T he1 S oft D rinks , C andy . C igars
o k A pplica tion
Dalles, Or« gen.
T obacco
C. W. M oor ». R*;fi*t--r.
trw ; mibfi’Mttm N »». IS. Hjsetsut.. fee.'* )
THE OAKS
Oregon
Hardwick & Nord
-» Oregon