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B u s in e s s e n t r u s t e d t o
D. D. Hail was a visitor at The PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF MOSIER To the rear of these two main
rooms is the pastor's study, lkx
T he C are of the
Through the courtesy of Mrs. 18, and also the baptistry and
Miss Cooper of Hood River Gove, the principal o f the Mosier robing rooms. The whole seat First National Bank
ing capacity of the building is
Buggy for sale cheap. Inquire was a Mosier visitor Wednesday. schools, it was the privilege of a 375. The total cost is $4200, all
of The Dalles, Oregon
at livery stable,
Mrs. Graham and Miss Elsie
o f which is either paid or provid WILL HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION
be present at the chapel exer
ed for by pledges, except $500,
Mrs. Isabelle Booth is visiting Denny visited Hood River Mon
cises of the school yesterday which has been borrowed from Capital
Surplus and undivid
at Eugene, Oregon.
morning. It was a rare treat, t.he Church Extension society of
H, C. McAllister of Salem was and gave one an opportunity to the same denomination, to be
Have you subscribed for this
J. S. SCHENCK, P r e s i d e n t
paper? If not, why not?
jin Mosier Monday for a few observe the splendid control the paid in five equal annual pay
E d M . W il l ia m s
M ax A . V ogt
teachers, Mrs. Gove and Miss ments.
H, G, Kibbee was a visitor at hours,
The day of dedication, October
The Dalles for a few hours Tues-
Fred J, Meindl, a Portland at- Booth, have over their pupils, as 31, was cold and rainy, so that
attorney, came up to Mosier yes well as to note the remarkable many who desired to go could
H. G. K I B B E E
proficiency attained in music af l.*o present. At that $1341 was
Don Brant left Sunday night terday.
ter but five lessons. Music is a pledged, an amount quite in ex
for Chicago. He expects to re
Miss Grace Hodge went to department added but very ie- cess of the sum necessary to be
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
turn in January.
| Hood River Wednesday, for a cently to the curriculum, and has raised.
Why buy a suit? Leave your short visit.
services are being held in the MOSIER - - - OREGON
old one at the Bulletin ofiice and
George Chamberlain went to
There are now 65 pupils en new church.
have it made new.
I Portland Wednesday, returning rolled, 28 in the principal’s room, '
Local Train Service.
and 37 under the guidance o f ! DEATH OF GEO. IRELAND
W. H. Kerslake returned Sun ! yesterday.
Miss Booth. A teacher’ s task is
o . R. & n .
day from Portland where he had
J, D. Lester and W. E. Huskey a trying one at best, and these
been on a business trip.
1 went to The Dalles Wednesday ladies certainly deserve unstint
W est Bound.
L. Lamb on Sunday last left , on a brief business trip.
ed praise and credit for the suc
5:15 A. M
for Dayton, Wash. He expected
The Ladies’ Aid society met cessful manner in which they died at the home o f his daugh
3:15 P. M,
to be absent two weeks.
Wednesday afternoon at the ments. They are ably seconded ter, Mrs. V. C. Young, last night
at 6 o’clock, after a brief illness
10:25 A. M.
Bruce Wojverton went to The home of Mrs. N. A. Hunter.
by the school board which is tak
three days. The direct cause
10:40 P. M
Dalles Tuesday, from whence he
Mrs. A. Kuhn left Sunday for ing an active interest in the wel of death was a stroke of paral
(All mail trains.)
took a steamer to Portland.
Portland where she will visit for
have visited the school twice ysis, which he suffered last Tues
G. P. Proeger of Kansas was
during the past week and many day.
Mrs. H. R. Edmunds of Tilla improvements are noted — the ' Mr. Ireland was a native of
in town early this week looking
England, and was 73 years of To the Taxpayers of Wasco
the valley over with a view to mook visited with her sister, furnace and air shaft ventilators age. He came to America at the
Mrs. Fred Evans and family last
hoards placed in position, which j age of 16 years, living in Illinois
Sunday. She returned to her greatly aid in ventilating th e, and Missouri. In 1892 he moved
given that the
Mrs. McCargar returned Tues
with his family to Mosier, where Board of Equalization for Wasco
home early this week.
are our Tooth Washers and the praise
day from Portland. She had
The janitor service is improv he has lived since. Besides a | County will meet in the Assess
of them. They are pure, flagrant and
been absent for several days
wife he leaves a daughter, Mrs.
antiseptic, cleansing both
day from his ranch at Mount ing, and it is thought wifi contin V. C. Young, and three step or’ s Office in the Court House
gums, removing the tartar and giving
ue as rapidly as the present in
Hood and transferred a portion
children. The latter are John for said Wasco County, on Mon
a sweet perfume to the
The Rev. W. A. Stark returned of his live stock to his new alti- cumbent realizes the importance and Ed Evans of Mosier, and day, the 18th day of October,
I llw V v I l
also have Tooth Brushes, Powders and
of his position. The success of a
Monday from De Moss Springs, tudinons grazing ground.
Soaps for dental purposes, and every
school does not only rest upon Mrs. Mary Parrish of Colorado. 1 1909, and will remain in session
The funeral will be held from
.where he has been holding reviv
requisite for the bathroom and toilet.
F. M. Hunter and G. P. Hunter the teachers and directors, but i the Baptist church tomorrow at j for one week, or longer if neces-
Our lines of Fancy Soaps, Perfumes
the janitor work is by no means I
returned Tuesday from Alsea, least in creating an ideal condi 11 o’clock. Interment in Odd j sary, for the purpose of equaliz-
and Sachets are second to none
| ing the assessments, correcting
Miss Maude Bateham came up Benton county, Oregon. They tion, and the pupils themselves Fellows’ ---------
quality, but rather low in price,
errors in descriptions, etc.
from school to see the apple show have bought a ranch near there should coperate in the perfection |
WOOL GROWERS TO MEET
J. W. K o o n t z ,
at Hood River and visit her and are preparing to remove in all the school environments.
father for a day.
their effects to their new home
the rigors o f the winter months, of the Oregon Wool Growers’
Mrs. J. J. Smith of Portland where they will permanently re the basement being well packed association will be held at Pen
who has been visiting at Mosier side.
with many cords of both oak and dleton, Oregon, November 9 and
and The Dalles returned to her
CHAS. N. CLARKE " -
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Miss Irene Fisher went to pine, thus insuring comfort for 10, 1900.
Notice for Publication
The O. R. & N. company have
home this week.
Hood River on Wednesday. At the inclement weather to be ex granted a 1 1-3 fare for round
Not Coal Land.
perienced later on.
Rev. C. F. Swander of The that place she joined her grand
trip. Pay fare one way and ask
Department of the Interior.
Dalles returned to his Home Tues mother and uncle, Mrs. A. Wood
your agent for receipt, this will
Lurline Fisher expects to be a entitle you to 1-3 fare returning U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon
day, after assisting in dedicating and Clint Wood. The party will
from the convention.
September 27th, 1909 | GOOD COOKING
spend the winter and spring in teacher pupil.
the new Christian church.
Mrs. Parish was a visitor W ed-; The program is the best and
Mr. and Mrs. D. Grant Coppel southern California cities. It is nesday morning.
most instructive yet arranged C. Brown, of Mosier, Oregon, who, on j $
When in Hood River take your meals at
Are the happy parents of a seven expected that this trip will he
prominent and expert men February 6, 1905, made Homestead Entry
Owing to the inclemency of
and one-half pound boy, born beneficial to the health of Mrs. the weather several are absent j will address the convention on (SerialNo. 01556) No. 14176, for the SE :
subjects most vital and impor Quarter NE Quarter, NE Quarter SE ;
Sunday, Oct. 30. All are doing- Wood.
tant to the sheep and wooj in Quarter, Sec33, Tp. 2 North, Range 12
The Hallowe’en social given
The pupils will be given some dustry.
h E W M ., has filed notice of intention to
Miss Alice Macey came up from last Friday evening at Lamb’ s writing to do at home for the
Pendleton promises to furnisy make Final Commutation Proof, to es
Hood River yesterday to be pres hall by the local Christian En purpose of raising tjie penman royal entertainment with plent tablish claim to the land above de
to eat and drink. Everybody is scribed, before the Register and Re
ent at the bedside of
her deavor society was attended by
School begins at 9 o’ clock. Re welcomed.
ceiver of the United States Land Office
grandfather, Mr. George Ireland, a large crowd of young people
cesses are shortened from 15
at The Dalles, Oregon, on the 22nd day
who is lying very ill at the resi who spent the evening in play minutes to five minutes, thus en
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
of November, 1909.
ing games and every body pres
dence of his son, Mr. Young.
abling the school to close at 3:40.
Claimant names as witnesses:
I have taken over the stock of
ent had a very jolly evening.
Carl Bowman and family, af
The new library books provid stationery, post cards and school Lawrence H. Leininger, O. August
Refreshments were served by
ed by the 10 per cent, per capita hooks formerly carried by Stew Ernquist, Viret R. Brooks, Electa E.
ter a couple of weeks spent amid
school law will he added this art, Nichol and Chown, and will Masten and Verl L. Masten, all of
the metropolitan scenes of Mo- the ladies.
A. P. Bateham announces that week, twenty-eight in number. : ea.ry a complete line.
si- t , have returned to their ranch
This makes a total o f 217 books1 ll-5-2t
C. W . MOORE,
A complete line o f all kinds o f Harness constantly on
and are reveling in the “ simple
in the school library. Since thisj
hand, but if you prefer to have it made to order,
fund has been in operation a new I High Grade Pianos. Cash or (First Pub. Oc. 8. Last Pub. Nov. 19.)
tiiis is our specialty. W e also have a fine line of
There will be a meeting of the morrow afternoon at 1:30 in organ and large dictionary have easy terms. Paul Hubbard’s MuJ
S U M M E R A N D W IN T E R L A P R O B E S
Commercial Club of Mosier val Lamb’ s hall. This is the first been purchased, which tend to sic House. Hood River.
--------------------- TH A T C A N ’ T BE B EAT --------------------------
meeting of the season, and mat increase the efficiency of eachde-j
ley in Lamb’ s hall next Monday
S A D D L E S . W H IP S . G L O V E S , E T C .
evening at 8 o’ clock. All the ters of importance will he brought
Call at the B u l l e t i n office and
members and others interested up. All the old residents will be
DEDICATION OF CHURCH
get tags to ship your hides to
there and all new comers should
M e t h o d is t E p is c o p a l
are urged to attend.
A delegation of the Hood Riv
Kauffman, Davidson, Semmel, of GEORGE IRVINE
he there without fail as these
B. E. Duncan of Hood River
meetings will be invaluable to
local congregation of Mosier in month, 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m.
was in Mosier this week accom
G. E. Townsend vouches for
the dedicatory services of the
panied by Mr. McKenzie, a Port
R e v . H. C . C l a r k , P a sto r .
DR. H. L. DUMBLE
Prof. H. E. Van Deman of
new church recently built at this
land capitalist, who looked over
Washington, D. C., who has been place. C. F. Swander, secretary
the va'ley from the viewpoint of
B a p t is t
judging the fruits at the Seattle
P H YSIC IAN a n d SURGEON
of the State work, conducted the
Fourth Sunday in
exposition, and last week at
The spirit of fun was abroad Hood River, was a guest of A. ceremonies, assisted by J. W. each month, 11:30 a. m .; 8 p. m.
Notice is hereby given that the un
Sunday night and the usual Hal l P. Bateham during Sunday and Jenkins, who organized the
R e v . W. A. S t a r k , Pastor. dersigned has been duly appointed by
lowe’en pranks were indulged in. j Monday. The professor had not church, and G. E. Williams, the
the Honorable County Court of the
As is usual%n these merry mak i visited the valley since 1005 and retiring pastor of the Hood River
State o f Oregon for Wasco county ex
C h r is t ia n
ecutor o f the estate o f Axel E. Peter
ing occasions, the stunts pulled the great improvements since church.
Will practice in Mosier and
Third Sunday in each month, son, deceased. All persons having
This church was organized in
off created a smile on some coun- j that time have made the favor
May be reached by long dis
'tehaDccs, while others wore a able opinion that he held of the 1889, with about fifteen charter 11:30 a. m., 8 p. m.
notified to present the same to me or
members, since which time they
e v . J u d s o n B r o w n , Pastor
frown, the morning after.
tance phone, Home phone 61.
to my attorney, Frank Menefee, at
j valley formerly the more intense have been worshipping in the
The Dalles, Oregon, within six months
T. L. Evans and wife of Cor- ¡at the present time.
school house, except the last two
from the date of this notice.
U n io n S u n d a y S c h o o l
years, during which they have
x T>ett and 0. A. Miller of Portland
On November 16, in connec
Dated this 17th day o f August, 1909.
Notice for Publication
arrived in Mosier Saturday, and tion with the National Apple
Every Sunday morning at
Not coal land
have gone .tq Grand View, where Show at Spokane, there will he
10:30. D r . D. R obinson , Supt.
Executor o f the estatefof
twenty-seven, twenty - one of
they will improve their property. a big convention attended by ap whom are resident members. In
Axel E. Peterson, deceased.
S e v e n t h D a y A d v e n t is t .
Department o f the'Interior.
Mr. Evans will set out 20 acres, ple growers, apple shippers and these years J. W. Jenkins, W. A.
Leaves Portland every Mon- j U. S. Land„Office at The Dalles, Oregon
and Mr. Miller 10 acres in apples.
day, Wednesday and Friday;;at
August 28th, 1909.
horticulturists to consider the Wood and Judson Brown have
Meets every Saturday at 11 a.
served as ministers.
They are at present guests of C.
Notice is hereby given that John
1 A. M.
Lafean apple packing and grad
This new church is a handsome
In large or small tracts, at all
ing hill and its probable effect on modern structure, located on the Erntson, Superintendent.
Leaves The Dalles every Tues-! McGill, o f Mosier, Oregon, who, on
In time o f sickness or distress . the business in the Pacific North southeast corner of Third and
prices, from 1 to 9 miles from day, Thursday and Saturday at September 7th, 1907, made Jiamostead
Entry, (Serial No. 0Î20C,) No. 15706,
a person discovers his friends, west. This hill seems to meet Washington streets. The total
Mosier. If you are looking for 7 A. M.
for W l-2 SW 1-4 See. 34, Tp. 2 N. R.
Y. P. S. C. E.
sympathizers and well wishers, with the disapproval of all Mo dimension of the building is 47x
something really good do not fail Freight and Passengers Solicited 11 E ., and Lot 4, SW1-4 NW1-4, Sec.
Every Sunday evening at 7:30. to see me before buying.
and yq editor takes this occasion sier fruit growers, and it is very 62 feet, with a social room 18x34
3. Tp. 1 N .) R. 11 EW M . has filed
to “ get back” at all such who likely that one or more repre and a kitchen, 12x18 feet, in the
notice of intention to
basement. The main auditori
L a d i e s ’ A id S o c i e t y
D O R S E Y B. S M IT H ,
commutation Proof, to establish xSafiti
contributed by deed and word to sentatives will attend the con um is 34x44 feet, separated by
and unimproved orchard lands
Second and fourth Wednesdays
to the land above described, before the
his comfort and welfare during vention to voice the sentiments vanishing doors from the Sunday
I at from $20 an acre up.
Register and Receiver o f the United
his recent illness. May their of this valley. The meeting of school room which is 18x34 foe'.
also a few good homesteads,
States Land Office at The Dalles, Ore
shadows never grow less.
homestead relinquishments and
gon, on the 11th day o f October, 1909.
I the Mosier Horticultural society
and timber and stone claims at
John P. Ross, brother of R. ! tomorrow will probably adopt
Claimant names as witnesses:
G. W . Grose, V. C. Young, C. J.
M. Ross, and recently from Pen resolutions forcibly expressing
Fredrickson and Henry Hanam, all of
property with me, it pays.
sacola, Florida, arrived in Mosier i their sentiments.
Tuesday evening from Portland.
C. W . MOORÈ,
He has purchased the Ira Evans
We desire to express our sin
orchard, situated aliout a mile
(R rst Pub. Sept. 3.
Last Pub. Oct. 1
, from town, and will establish a
For Sale by
1 sier, who so kindly assisted us
permanent residence here. Mr. after the sudden death of our
P a u l H u b b a r d ,
Leading Dealers in
Ross’ family, who are at present dear husband and father.
Hood River, Oregon.
in Portland, will join him here
Mrs. Alonzo Ruscher and chil
Miss Elsie Dennie wishes to
O R CH A R D S a n d F R U IT L A N D
after a few days.
announce to the citizens of Mosier
in large and small tracts.
For Anything in
Hardware, Dry Goods, Shoes, Fur
nishings, Wagons, Buggies, Hacks
or any kind o f Farming Imple
Call On Us.
THE GLACIER PHARMACY
I Chop House and Restaurant
P i a n o s , Organs,
S e w i n g Machines
and Sheet Music!
A. E. LAKE
uThe Popular Clothier”
j| Men’s Clothing, Furnishings
J. E. N I C H O L S
Undertaker and Funeral Director
All call* promptly »tDnrird. niyht or day. city or cm*ntry
Embalming a Specialty
Nichol« BMr.. Cor. Oak and Fifth Sta.
HOOD HTVER. OPFGON
Hprcial attention yivrn Moator people upon re-
cHvin* a ph«»r# me««a**.
THE DALLES. OREGON
Corner 2nd and Washington Sts.
«is tiga »
(// pays to list gour property Pianos Tuned
Sett ing Machines Repaired
McGregor Qc Bothfur.
that on and after October 22nd
she will accept dressmaking and
sew ing at reasonable prices.
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