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MOSIER, WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FR ID A Y, M A Y 28, 1909
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T he C ar e of the
The funeral o f Mrs. Nancy
Graduates Given Banquet-Many Huffman Denton, who died on
First National Bank
May 2Cth, was held from the
Baptist Church in Mosier last
of The Dalles, Oregon
The Eighth Griide o f the Ho Saturday, May 22nd, the Rev.
WILL HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION
sier school held their graduating W. A. Stark officiating. Inter
exercises in Stroup’s Hali last ment was in Odd Fellows ceme
Surplus and undivid
The graduates tery. The floral offerings were ¡t
were Anna Haacke, Clyde Root. numerous and beautiful.
.Leo Higley and Roy Duvall. The
Nancy Huffman was born in ^
J. S. SCHENCK, P r e s i d e n t
FLOUR, FEED, GLOVES, F A M IL Y MEDICINES, ETC.
program was a very interesting Barren county, Ky., August 16, '¡s
He can make your watch keep time
Exclusive agent for
one and well rendered. Almost 1825. She was married in 1856,$
the entire population of Mosier to Richard Denton and lived at A
was in attendance. A banquet her old home place until 1879,
GRAHAM ’S BAKERY
Lamb’ s when she moved to Iowa, coming
Mosier’s Cleaning Day.
Hall after the exercises. This later to Oregon. She leaves four ILLU S TR A TE D LECTURE
was a most enjoyable affair and children and fourteen grandchil-!
Tuesday, June 1st, has been
was attended by many old and dren to mourn her death. The “ What I Saw in the Holy Land set apart by the Civic Improve-1
RESTAU RAN T
young folks. The repast was a children are: Mrs. E. K. V ick-!
ment Club, as a day for cleaning
delightful one and was inter ers, o f The Dalles; George Den
up the streets and front and I
spersed with remarks by School ton, Ballard, Wash; Mrs. S. E.
,A i back yards o f the town.
Superintendent J. T. Neff, the Evans, Mosier. and Mrs. A. Zib-
John Lewtas, traveler, writer p]an js to have every man and Fresh Bread and Pastry every day
members o f the school Board, ble, Seattle, Wash.
and lecturer, gave one o f the boy who can and will, gather at
Mrs. Am y Gove, principal o f the Mrs. Denton professed Christ at most interesting and instructive 8 o’clock
o’ clock in the morning with
school, Miss Lurline Fisher, Leo at early age and united with the lectures last Saturday evening in shovels, rakes, picks, etc., and MRS. E. L. GRAHAM, P r o p .
Higley and others. t
Baptist.Church at Beach Grove, the Baptist church, that it has clean up the streets. There will i
This event marks quite an Ky., living a consistent Christian j ever been our lot to hear.
Al- be at least two teams needed to M o s ie r
epoch in the history o f the Mosier life ever since, bearing her af- though greeted by a small audi- carry away the trash as it is
school and its scholars, it being factions with patience and trust- ence, he did full justice to his raked up, and to haul away in
the second occasion on which ¡ng in her Saviour,
subject: ‘ ‘What I Saw in the barrels, the old rubbish which G e o . C h a m b e r l a i n
public graduating exercises were
Rev. Mr. Stark took his text Holy Land and E gypt.”
Real Estate, Insurance and Loans.
The has accumulated around the
held. These public functions o f from Rev. 14:13, and preached a lecture was illustrated with yards. Many hands make light
in large and Small Tracts. We have some very
the school serve to create a comforting and at the same time about 150 stereopticon views, j work> anii if the male population
rare values for the investor and the homeseeket.
friendly rivalry among the scliol- j practical and forceful sermon,
which for clearness cannot he turn out and work 'with a will, Fruit
ars, stimulating them to renewed
Many relatives and friends surpassed. Mr. Lewtas uses a much can be accomplished in a !
Write or call for full information.
efforts so that they may rank were present to pay the last sad powerful arc light stereopticon day.
high in their studies, realizing tribute of respect to the dead, with gas light which brings the
The ladies o f Mosier will pre-j
that a thorough education is who in life was a friend to all.
pictures out on the screen very pare a good dinner, to be served
something which cannot be taken
distinctly. The best o f attention in Lamb’ s Hall.
Each man or!
from them. A well trained mind
was given throughout the lec boy who works on the streets
is a valuable asset in life, and
On Friday morning, May 21st, ture. Admission was 85 cents that day will receive a ticket M osier
every scholar should strive for
at his home near Mosier, in his
i t Our scholars are bright, our
eat o f the good things set before
69th year. Mr. Wyss had beer,
teachers are capable, and Mosier
him. Only those who work will
school stands high among the suffering for some' time with
receive tickets, so let there be no
educational institutions o f the
Mrs. Wilson spent the night at drones.
tained for his recovery up to
A t a meeting o f the Civic Im
within a short time of his death. the Springs Saturday.
Will be at Nichol's Store, Mosier, on Wednesday,
provement Club, held Wednesday
The remains were taken to !
14th, and on each following Wednesday.
Mr. Andersen of Mt. Hood afternoon, it was agreed that each ,
GAY YOWELL, Mgr.
The Dalles for interment.
Mosier to the Front.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
Christian Wyss was a native Station, passed through here last
be used to create a reserve fund
As another proof that Mosier o f Switzerland, horn in 1840. He week.
Leave all work at Nichol’ s Store.
! for the club. She must earn it-
is a fertile valley and can grow came to America in 1866 and J
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
other things to perfetion besides worked at his trade o f tailoring, j Mrs. Finney made a hasty trip I not hold up the ‘ ‘old man” for it, ; Hand-made Harness a Specialty
apples and other fruits, we quote returning-to his native country a to Portland Saturday.
and tall how s^e earned *t. ™ne
: ladies have appointed Dr. Robin HOOD RIVER - OREGON
by permission, from a letter few years later, where he mar- j
son, Geo. Chamberlain and H. G.
written by A. A. Morse, special, ried Margaret Ziltner. He again |
Kibbee to supervise the work of
representative o f the O. R. & N. jeame to America in 1870, settling
cleaning up. This doesn’t mean M O S IE R M A R K E T
Co., to Mr. Peter Dohm, in re- in Missouri, where he lost his:
Mrs. Godbersen, Mrs. Powell that they will have nothing to do
gard to the grain which the Iat- wife.
He then moved t o !
J O H N W E LLB E R G , Prop.
_ ter gentleman raised on the flat Sri Paul where he married again, and Mrs. Kruger have been r e ' j but boss the job, but they, like
DENNY & HARVEY
I the rest o f the crowd, are to ap
1 opposite town.
The letter f o l- ! and in 1877 came to Oregon, lo -!
pear in the uniform o f a street
£ 9 lows:
I eating in Albany. Here he lost!
There will be appropriate exer- cleaning department-overalls and
Portland, Oregon, 5-15-’ 09 his second wife. In 1889 he came1 .
, . ,, .,
to The Dalles, where be practiced clses
the school I1 riday in hor.- jumper-and do their share. Let:
Mr. Peter Dohm,
Fresh and Cured Meats
: his ;rade for several years-, there or o f Memorial Day.
this next Tuesday be a red letter
marrying Mrs. Mary Nickelsen, j Misa Bertha Godbersen is im- day in the history o f Mosier. I f
My dear .Sir.: I want to thank who survives him. In 1894 lie|
we acquire the habits of cleanli
you for the splendid sample of settled in Mosier, where he has Provin8 rapidly.
grains you sent us.
I had no lived ever since.
ness, all other things may be
idea that any such growth could
Besides a widow,
deceased! The base ball game at Under added unto us. A t any rate, let ___________
be shown at any point in the
a us be clean.
state and when we take the kind ! o T ' ^ l o r i e r f ' S ^
' W° ° d
Sunday resu,t(jd ln
o f weather into consideration, I ]y[rs# Matt Schoren and Mrs. W. defeat for the Mosier team by
C ard of T hanks
think it all the more remarkable. 77 j*>Pt7Pr tu p naiipq M vq T) the score of 16 to 4.
1 took the samples over to the Y Trenyon, Portland ’ knd Mrs! said about the game, the better
We wish to express our thanks
Charftber o f Commerce this a. m. Frank Reiner, Newport,
for all concerned-except perhaps, to our friends and neighbors for
and placed them on exhibition
the hat and the boat ride. their kindness during the death
there and was asked many times
About 82 persons went over in of our mother; Mrs. Nancy Den-!
“ Where did that come from and
H O O D R IV E R , O R E G O N
home near Mosier, on the launch and sail boat.
T h e C h il d r e n .
who was the grower. ?”
Pioneer Bankers o f Hood River Valley.
I appreciate your interest in ! Sunday night, May 23rd, George
Cordially I Tryon, aged 60 years. Mr. Try
keeping us posted.
Transact a General Banking Business.
on had been afflicted for some
JOHN G. ZOLLS & SONS
A. A. M o r s e .
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
time with a complication o f dis
Contractors in Stone, Brick and Con-
eases. He was under treatment
LIE BUTLER, President
J. N. TEAL,
TRUMAN BUTLER, Cashier
The meeting o f the different at The Dalles Hospital for sever
committees having charge o f the al weeks earlier in the Spring,
big celebration on the 4th—or and came home feeling better,
rather the 3rd, o f July, met at thinking that if could get back
the B u l l e t i n office last night onto the ranch he would get
D AVID ROBINSON,
and compared notes. Much en well. Instead, however, he grew
A Complete Line of
thusiasm was manifested and worse, altho everything was
many excellent suggestions were done for him by relatives and
P h y s ic ia n a n d S u r g e o n
Feed, Grain, Field Seed, Poultry Supplies, Spray
made which will no doubt be friends that could be done, the
Certain it is that the Odd Fellows especially, o f which
Materials, Fertilizers, Etc.
program for the day will be organization deceased
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chock full o f good things and member, giving him every atten
there will be something doing all tion possible.
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. D.
The funeral was held on Tues
the time to amuse old and young.
D e n t is t
Many people often say:‘ ‘Oh, let’s day afternoon last under the
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stay at home; it will be so hot auspices o f the local lodge o f Odd
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and dusty!” That’s when they Feliows, who attended in a body,
DON’T come to Mosier. When marching in a body from their
they DO come, they find a most hall to the church and afterward
delightful place to celebrate, so to the cemetery, where the beau
near the station that a three- tiful and impressive Odd Feliows
minute walk takes the crowd in burial service was rendered. The
to a beautiful shady grove, with funeral sermon at the church
Home Phone 62K E. C. BR O CK , Res. Manager
plenty o f cold spring water at was preached by the Rev. W. H.
Altogether, there is no Quinn, o f Dufur, an old friend
better place on the Columbia to of Mr. Tryon. The grave was
spend the 4th than right here in beautifully decorated with bou
quets and wreaths.
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