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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
M SI ElR BULLETIN
H. G. KIUBEE, Proprietor
Six Month».... ........................
Rase Rail Prosnects G ood
The following is from an en-
tire stranger to us and to this
eountry, but it sounds good to us
and, without permission we pub-
lish it. We need just such men
with just such enthusiasm right
here in our midst to boost Mosier
into the pubiic eye, where she
belongs, This is what Mr. E —
1626 Octavia S t,
San Francisco, Cai.
March 18, ’09
Dear Sir: My son has matted
me the first copy o f your interest-
ing paper. Well! I tender you
my thanks for its perusaf. May
it act as a magnet to Mosier, and
attract many useful citizens to
settle down irr YOUR GROWING
It looks like Mosier is to have
a base ball team this year.
Noak and Ray Sturgess were
in Hood River last Saturday and
laid in' a supply -of base balls,
gloves and hats.
been started and some good ma-
terfal is showing up.
are clearing off a diamond just
back, o f the oid lumber yard.
With a fittfe work we can have a
good base ball park.
wiif be given hi a few weeks for
the pmrpose o f further outfitting
If you dance buy a
ticket: i f you da not dance buy
one anywayr if you don't buy
a ticket help the boys a little.
MOSIER, WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRID AY, MARCH 26, 1909
Sid M. Nichol
FLOUR, FEED, GLOVES, FAMILY
Exclusive agent for
D o u g h e r t y - F i t h i a n S h oes
injured While Grubbing
strawberry farm in this section.
In fact, he has one of the best
fruit ranches to be seen here,
though he is making a specialty
of strawberries. At present his
field contains 27 acres of
Clarke Seedling, which is con
sidered the ’best commercial va
riety on the market. These ber
ries are grown on side hills where
natural irrigation is impossible,
but Mr. Bateham has, at consid
erable expense, installed a very
complete gravity system of arti
ficial sprinkling, which answers
the purpose admirably, and the
result is most satisfactory. He
also has fine orchards of various
tree fruits, and his is one of the
most valuable farms in the coun
J. W. Harvey was severely in-
Make no mistake f T his is the jured one day last week while at
work on the McCrum place with
President Taft To Use Old Spelling
On which to buy a vacant lotf
a grubbing machine, by the
So hurry up! No time to .waste!
The following clipping shows
In fact, twill soon be sold! Make breaking of tne anchor cable.
H ood River's Reliable Jeweler for what spelling will be during
i One leg'was badly skinned and a
President Taft’s administration.
Each lot will yield a fortune. So, shoulder wrenched.
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
Washington, Mch -,-T-h-r-o-u-g-h
Rusji, buy, and then get busy": injury is quite painful, fortunate-
spells through for the next four-
ly no serious results are likely to
He can make your watch keep time
My boy is wed, contented and follow, and Mr. Harvey can con
T-h-r-u does not spell
assures me that he has struck
T-h-r-e-w o-u-t spells
gratulate himself that he escaped
the Northern Garden of Eden.
Taft has done to
was the recipient of a bad cut on Mr. Roosevelt’s reorganization of
May your capital little paper
bring grist to your own mill, and
Why don’t the parents visit the head, caused by a rock fall Webster’ s dictionary as to sim
L o s t — Gold w a tc h with Taft
ing from above him.
We hope plified spelling. Simplified spell
rapidly gain subscribers and ad medalion, Thursday p. m., be the school?
his ing is to exist no more in White
vertisers. God Bless Mosier and tween Mosierand Harvey’s place.
Lyle Cook is again registered studies next week.
the original pioneers therein.
House correspondence except as
Finder please return to F. Rosier. in Miss Booth’s room.
antique and a curiosity.
Alex Stewart rs erecting a
J as . E —
warehouse at the rear of his
ets for the high class entertain-
Poultry Hill Boomlets
store, 26x38 feet in size, which after several days absence.
Little Folks Entertain
ment, to be in Mosier on the even-
will add greatly to his storage fa-
regular work after a few days’ 1 ing of April 1st. Those cbtain-
Last Saturday at two o’oclock, edities.
The roosters crow on Poultry
p. m., Reta Middleswart and Mary
The Bailey Gatzert’s whistle is
in^ tickets early can get a re- Hill.
Higley surprised Emily Husbands once more heard echoing along1 The old or^an has bee,n given! served seat by calling at the
The morning sun shines bright
by bringing in seventeen of her
the banks of the Columbia. She two coats of v’arnish and Placed i scho01 any n o o n hour next week’ on Poultry Hill.
little friends to spend the after
was praced' in commission yester- j down stairs in the Prhnary room* '
L. Hogg has a nice garden
Their names follow: day and put on The DalTes-Fort-
The teachers’ desks and chairs
Mayor Havely of Dufur desig
plowed on his homestead.
Mary Armstrong, Mary and Elda ; j-amj run^
have been varnished and show a nated last Monday as cleaning-
He says his soil is fine.
^ lerL . ^ lan* T ,^ dr i T nnnv?n‘ l Work has been begun on the &reat improvement over their up day for Dufur. Its a good
Mrs. Roop took off one hundred
idea to clean things up once a
pee, Dean and Guy ^ ¿ ! ’ ! East Hood River Land Co’s tract former aPPearance-
Grace, Mary and Ruth Higley,
forty-two bright, chirping
The Sloan Readers ordered for year for it adds greatly to the
Reta and Clairiss Middleswart, where 80 acres will be planted
the use of the primer class, have beauty o f one’s home or business
Pearl McClure, Shelly Hudson, with fruit trees this spring.
been received and the little j property and also improves the
Willie Stewart, Alfred Parrish, ; j George Chamberlain is superin
Ote Hogg bought twenty-three
ones are diligently at work on sanitary conditions of the city,
Emily and Arvilla Husbands.
from Mr. Burlingame. The
and H. F. their lessons.
The steamer Inland Empire, of other day he gathered twenty-
Part of the afternoon was spent, J. K.. McGaegor
The school regrets the loss of the Open River Tranportation
in playing games.
Refresh-f Bothfur reP °^ the following real
janitor, Paul Evans. He has Co., leftCeliloyesterday morning one eggs. The hens lay eggs on
merits consisted of candy, nuts, astate transfers: ten acres in
apples and cake. The little folks Davenport tract to A. R. Stur- stopped school and taken up for Lewiston and Pasco with 75
Roy Duvall will tons of freight for the former and ! W. H. Cook has cleared sever
went home at five o’clock.
^ ss for $lo00: one cho,ce bl^ manual labor.
al acres of fine land this last
; lot, Mr. C. A. Hage to J. M. ; take his place as janitor.
! 40 tons for the latter. AFso a large
The new Webster’s Dictionary quantity of freight left Portland winter. He has part of it plowed
Tomor'ow the Portland people , Carroll, $320.
For early truck
Last night the Y. P. S. C. E. was received at the school for the upper river Wednesday and planted.
will be given a chance to« see the
Poultry Hill knocks the persim
poultry section of the Southern ! society gave an- entertainment! Wednesday and the pupils all morning on the J. N. Teal. A
Oregon Demonstration train. an<I supper at the church. The seem unusually anxious to jenow weekly service between Portland
W. W. Winegar has been doing
The two cars wilT be orr a siding entertainment consisted o f songs, the meanings ©f many words,
and Lewiston will be maintained
plowing act for Mr. Roop.
at Seventh & Hoyt Streets all recitations, readings and instru-
While climbing up a rocky in the future. Inland Empire (
Winegar is a Boston newspa
Saturday night the cars mental music. Each number on bank last Saturday, Gerald Nixon leaving Celilo every Thursday.
He says Mosier’s
will be taken to Corvallis.
the program was good and
ozone is good to inhale and, in
The Mosier Yalley Telephone sbowed that much time had been
overalls and jumper he looks like
Co. received a car load of cedar devoted to
a veritable hayseed. He expects
poles from Hood River Wednes- Mrs- Ernest Evans in Japanese
his wife here in a few days.
Red Wing,” by
day to be used in constructing ™stume’ and
Everyone should subscribe for
the new line. The holes are dug
Bulletin and make it Our pap
ready for setting the poles in
a big O.
Do this and
place, ane the directors hope
to have the line in good working
W E SELL
ward building a belfry at the
give the news and let everybody
church. This speaks well for the
know what everybody is doing.
young people of mosier.
A. M. Roop took $15.25 worth
it appears that some people do
of eggs to Hood River last week.
not know, or knowing, do n ot1
This is a sample week’s work
realize that M osier has a news
since the first week in January.
paper . Last Tuesday morning a
Pay for common ordinary lumber
He has fixed his target for seven
Fresh Bread and Pastry every day commercial
traveler alighted j
times this year’s number o f hens
from No. 8 and, without noticing
where he was going, came slowly
or $100.00 per week for next
Meal's at All Hours
up the steps of the Bulletin office.
In shooting will he ring
MRS. E. L. GRAHAM, P rop . When he looked up, with one
foot poised in the air, and saw
Ote Hogg took a new incubat
O regon what was before him, he forgot
for a few seconds to take the!
or home with him Saturday.
A ll B usiness entrusted to step. When he had recoved suf i Home Phone 10 E. C. BROCK, Mgr. Hood River, Oregon _ Mrs. Hogg and her mother, Mrs.
ficiently he turned quickly around
Mills, will take charge of the
T he C are oe the
and started down the street. We iw t W W I W W W W W I K H I W I W W D flO flW W I M lW I lW W W I M W I W I M I W
poultry plant while Oat with his
didn’ t try to catch him and ex- j
team will hustle for ducats away
nave a sign up
A gentleman was in town the
Another Way to Collect
soon so it can see from the
from home. Ote starts things
of The Dalles, Oregon
trains^r by people^ass big, that first of the week looking up a lo-
Perhaps the following letter off right He has built a coyote
^HLL HAVE PROMPT attention M osier H as a N ewspaper .
cation for a drug store. He says might suggest a way to collect
fence around his place.
bad debts. The man who loaned hungry coyote will lick his chops
Surplus and undivid-
N otice .
Mo3ier looks good to him.
the copy to us, when he received over the fence, but nary a fat
All persons desiring their foot-
No. 1 failed to take the mail
it ‘ ‘Koffed up.”
J. S. SCHENC H, P resident
wear repaired call at the Bulletin from Mosier Tuesday evening, j
St. Gladheimer Day, 9:15 a. m.
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E d M. \\ illiams M ax A. V ogt office and leave orders All work She was running slow and after
The demonstration train now
Dear friend—You seem to lie the
Cashier done neatly and with dispatch.
the sack was caught it wasn’ t
very Prince of Cunotators the touring Southern Oregon is meet
1 properly handled and fell to the
Quintus Fabius of Procrastinat ing large crowds at every stop.
No mail left Mosier
ors. You owe us Two Dollars for Already thousands of people have
until No. 5 Wednesday morning.
a ‘ ‘ Health and Wealth” ----- Book greeted it. The poultry display
Fielder Jones, ex-manager of and we are spending three dol seems to be the center o f at
gW EN SON
At every place the
the Chicago White Sox base hall lars in postage, and more in psy traction.
(^RUBBER team, is so taken up with the chic beeswax, trying to get you train stops, business is suspended
Oregon country that when Com- to Koff. Loosen, Brother. Hit and schools are dismissed so the
isky, manager o f the White Sox, the Offertory and see how much children can go through the
M ost E fficient G rcbber
o n the M arket .
comes to Portland to get him to better you feel when you think train. Dr. YVithycombe, director
G uaranteed . For ale by
go back with him he is going to o f our Glad Surprise on getting o f the experiment station, who
take him for a boat ride up and the Two Dolo docci-Dough. is at the head of the instructors
down the Columbia Fiver and Please, Gol darn you, Ko.T! With on board the Ira:.':, is greatly
pleased with the succors o ' the
and blessings ever,
%vmr him what a grani coir.try
,'irct few days o f the trip.
Yours Since: cly, E. —II.
he is in.
for each insertion.
Less P rice t,,an >ou
BRIDAL VEIL LUMBERING CO.
to the party ordering them, at lewd rates, and
paid for before affidavits are furnished.
are C ordially Invited
To inspect our line o f Pattern
hats which will be on display
Wednesday and Thursday
Our workmanship is the Best and our prices reasonable
& L. HA WLEY
Knapp Millinery Store
Successors to Mrs. Billings
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General R eal Estate Dealer
Town Property and Fruit Lands Improved and
Information Cheerfully Furnished.
Write or call
H. F. BOTHFUR
Real Estate, Insurance and Loans. Fruit Land
in large and Small Tracts. W e have som e very
rare values for the investor and the homeseeker.
Write or call for full information.
F. H. Jeweler
Hood River, Oregon
Will be at Nichol’s Store, Mosier, on Wednesday,
March 17th, and on each following Wednesday.
March 24th and 25th
Repairing Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
is the cry o f the People
One-half Column. . .
Business locals will be charged at 5 cents per line
' “ S A N IT A R Y
First National Bank
Legal advertisements will in all cases be chanced
A Boostei for Mosier
Professional Cards.......................... per month $ .50
Une square........................................ "
o f all kinds.
Leave all work at Nichol’ s Store.
JOHN WELLBERG, Prop.
Rates $ 1 .0 0 per day and up
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HOOD RIVER. OREGON
LESLIE BUTLER, President
J. N. TEAL, Vice President
TRUMAN BUTLER, Cashier
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Feed, Crain, Field Seed, Poultry Supplies, Spray
Materials, Fertilizers, Etc.
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