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About Mosier bulletin. (Mosier, Or.) 1909-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1910)
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
H. G. KIBBEB. Proprietor
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Husnu-».» local* w ill be charged a t 6 cants par M m
for each insertion.
Legal advertisem ents w ill in all easas ba eharrad
MOSIER. W ASCO C O U N TY, OREGON, FR ID A Y, F E B R U A R Y
to the party orderin g them , a t legal rates, and
paid fo r l»eforc affidavits are furnished.
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«1 j »V Ü cj AL j 1LST ». I á r . m and summer.
S >n'. ■ time previous Art hi r
T S T iO
Kuhn received a postal from his
That Hosier is drained to Ue^j brother who. w ith a party o f
i l o
Fie center of great activity in Chicago friends, left on Jan. 7th
).>nd matters this coining season fora lh ee months' trip to Japan.
j ; evidenced by the number of This same party made a three
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dials already put through durii g months’ trip to the Old World
t le past month, and the many last summer. Mr. Kuhn’ s broth-
inquiries by letter and persona! er is one of ti e Premier V/hole-
i ivestigations. And if further sale Clothing salesmen o f the U.
He can wake your u atch keep time
Oregon ; |
! roof were wanting, it is "fur S.p he being connected with r. $ w
nished in the fact that a couple large Cleveland, Ohio manufac- ,
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( f enterprising business uien oi turer. He will visit here this
ie Dalles, Messrs. Burgraf and coming summer on a flying* trip, j
As yet we have seen no air
Y >gt, have made arrangements
of Mosier, Oregon.
o s ie r
t » ooen a real estate office here ships, but we have noticed C. J. •
i i H o s ie r , and to that end have LittlepageUsing his field glasses,
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IS N O W O P E N F O R B U S I N E S S ,
I ms : d of N. P. Sturgess his new ‘ daily, and the first one he sights
GAY YDWELL, Mgr.
Carrying a full line o f Drugs, Patent Medicine, Station
h ii! iir.g on Main street, for their lie will quickly inform ns of.
Harness and Saddlery Goods
ery, Sundries, Toilet Articles, Ice Cream, Candy and
< lice. These wide-awake men | T h eaboverem in dsu sofan in -
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
i 'alize that this district offers a cident that happened several
Hand-made Harness a Specialty I
fo e field for the home-seeker I years ago in Arkansas.
: id investor, and incidentally i writer was on his. way along a
JOHN WELLBERG, Prop.
i >r the real estate men. and that1 country road to visit a friend,
t are is room here for more o f ¡and passing a stranger on the
t i latter as well as the former, j road he inquired for the home of
’. . >y will open their office about; Jeff Davis. The stranger said it
i . e 15th of the present month, j was “ three sights, a go by and a
DENNY & HARVEY
: . i will use and automobile for hollow.” The \yriter was after-
1. 11 ease an convenience o f their wards informed of the distance
Fresh and Cured Meats
and definition of the stranger’s
directions. Three sights meant]
three times as for as you could
Low one-way colonist rates
see; then you had to go by the
fro a aU parts of the East to Pa
place and then you were to hal
ri “c Coast terminals are offen d
loo. Tne dogs would n otify1
I .• the railroads from March J to
your friends o f your coming and
April 15. The opportunity to
they would appear on the scene
l Tig thousands o f new settlers
to meet you. This is the way
t • Oregon is a valuable one and
the rural farmers of Arkansas
( om.rcial organizations o f the
!• itp will rake ad.antage of it to give you the correct distances in ,
Ranges, Alcohol, Gasoline and Coal Oil Stoves, Sporting
l j i i 1 ■ t extent.
They now say that to avoid the j
Goods, Sewing Machines, Crockery, Tin and Graniteware,
high price of meats one should
Paints. Oils, Doors, Sash and Glass.
‘¡’he attractive literature sent raise poultry. A s a singular co- j
JOHN G. ZOLLS & SONS
< ; daring the past year and the incidence vve mention that Ar
H e pay prompt attention to out-of-town orders.
Contractors in Stone, llrick and Con
n Me publicity given all parts of thur Kuhn’s hens started to s it1
Oregon h iv e been fruitful of re- right away, as though influenced
i fits a:i 1 inquiry about this state by the high price of meat. Pos
i n never so general as at the sibly the Grand View climate has
time. Because o f this something to do with it.
DAVID ROBINSON, M. D.
> ides,¡read interest in Oregon,
On Friday evening at 6:40
i may be expected that the state o’clock, the much-talked-of com- i
P h y s ic ia n a n d S u r g e o n
\/iil receive a large immigration et was plainly seen at Grand
during the coming Spring.
View right over Mt. Defiance. |
W . D. ROGERS, Pioprfctor
MISS M. L. METCALF,
iv e r
When first seen it was quite
bright, but soon became much
dimmer. The head api>eared to
Photographs and Phonograps
School commenced at District be about 4 feet long and the tail g w » i io l l « ) l l l !« i « i« » i w w i W ( X i > i » i i« m m i i » w i i n n « H ( i i i
No. 8 on Jan. Slst. Miss Edith about 50 feet long, the latter , J
J >iins.;n resumed her duties as curving toward the north and ^
t tacner after a serious illness throwing out a hazy though
j revious to tiie first o f the year, bright light.
Razors put in first-class condition.
E. Y. Dundas came up Tues-l Mrs. M. A. Evans came up ^
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
day from Portland to look after from Corbett last week to pack, m
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
Iris lar*.f interests in the Grand her household goods, which she j|
will ship to Corbett.
J. C. Wilford will soon get to
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Capital and Surplus...............................$120,000
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. D.
work on hi3 land here. He will
Resources over....................................... 450,000
D e n t is t
wiortiy return from a two months
The new booklets of Mosier I
Interest paid in Savings Department and on
O F F IC E O V E R B U T L E R B A N K IN G C O M P A N Y
PH O NES:
visit witn relatives in the Wil- have arrived and anyone wishing 3
Time Certificates o f Deposit. Call or write
O ffice 28 Resilience 28 B
for further information,
1 imette Valley.
to have copies to send to friends 1
D. B. Mathews has been clear- jn the East can get them by ap- *
i ¡g his recently purchased 80; plying to the secretary of the 5
A. J. Derby
W. A. HUSBANDS
acres he bought o f William Me- Commercial Club.
B l a c k s m it h
Clure, and will soon have a fine;
Horse Shoeing and General
L aw yer
Undertaker and Embalmer
place. This is the kind of set-j
tiers that are good for any vicin-
Furniture and Carpets, Etc
STOCK IN TRADE.
ity— not speculators, but home-
I Home Phone 6 2 K E. C. BROCK r Res. Manager i
business man or institution
Stock have been seen browsing
may consist of goods to be
on the hill sides on bunch grass,
“ FINE LAUNDRY WORK’ ’
sold or services to lie render
in the vicinity o f Grand View.
Done with neatnes* and diapatch
ed. That of a bank consists
The blasting o f ice at Lyle,
Rough dry clothes 7c. per pound.
o f the capital it lends to its
Wash., has been heard at Grand
YOUR MONEY’ S WORTH. IN EVERY INSTANCE, IS
customers and the various
View the past throe weeks.
Hood River laundry Company
WHAT YOU GET WHEN YOU PURCHASE YOUR
kinds of service which it is
J. E. C O LE , MuaiKK A g e n t
Mr. Arthur Kuhn recently re
DRUGS AND SUNDRIES HERE. ALL GOODS GUAR
ceived a letter from his sister at
H o o d R iv e r , O r e g o n .
ANTEED AS REPRESENTED.
Fargo, N. D., sb ting that this' public.
The MOSIER VALLEY
has been one o f the stormiest1
lias endeavored to
winters they have experienced j
call attention, from time to
m the past 15 years. Snow was
4 and 5 feet deep and the ther-! time, to the different ways in
which it can serve you, but
mometer 25 below z. fo.
The Drug Store On the Corner,
Hood River, Oregon
The comet has bean seen very j by no means all of the ways
have yet been mentioned.
plainly at Grand View by some
W e will pay car fare from Misier
By establishing business con
<tf the residents, and we can
vouch that they never took aj nections with us you wiil
Wygg, Christine Schoren, Bertha Tren-
and return for patrons <vhose
discover numerous ways in 1 gove, Elizabeth Krelzer, and Ina Rei acres; also 45 acres off o f the West end
drink o f liquor in their lives.
o f the North half o f the Northweat
ner, the heira and next o f kind o f said
which we can serve you. We
William Hardwick, the veter
quarter o f section twenty-four in town
work amounts to $5 or over
and to alt other heirs un ship two north o f range eleven e . w . m . ;
an rancher and carpenter, has
known, and to all persons interested in also ten acres off o f the North side o f
started on his six weeks’ trip to I will always welcome sugges
STEA M ER
the Southwest quarter o f the North
the East. We all wish him a
may be improved.
In the name o f the State o f Oregon,
Safe and pleasant trip as he much
You are hereby cited and required to lownship two north o f range eleven E.
We have just received a
deserves the needed rest and va -;
w. M. ; less one acre sold to Fred w. OWNED BY THE
appear in the County Court o f the
supply of Bank Money Or
cation, as he expects to be busily
Wilson which is described in Book 37,
State o f Oregon, for the County o f
TH E O AK S
Hardwick & Nord
page 2'JH o f Deed Records for Wasco
engaged on new building on j ders and will be glad to ex
WaAco, at the March term o f ; said
plain the advantages o f this
Court, at the Court room thereof, at County, Oregon, which said amount o f
land belonging to said estate is 134’ 1 A . M .
A pleasant place to spend a un
Dalles City, in said County, on Mon
Mrs. Arthur Kuhn writes that
Leaves The Dalles every Tues
cial hour is at
day. the 7th day o f March, 1&10, at ten
the land show, held recently ini tances.
Witneas The Hon. A. E. Lake, Judge
o ’ clock in the forenoon o f that day,
day, Thursday and Saturday at
Chicago was of great" benefit to
s-H Cour.ty Court, with ti ■ 7 A. M.
then and there to show eense. \* - — n f
S. E. Francisco’s Pool
ESTIM A I E ’S F U RN I S II ED
(W gon. esy,’ oiaiiy u> *.lo_:c: and j
_,uu have, why an e »J-r sh u l r, »t be Seal o f said Court affixed, this 9 t h day
Hood River dis riots, which d’»-i Tn fi,« Cou.Ay Court o f t*»e S t '* ' c f f-rr* ted to the administrai >r oi said o f January, 1 j K i .
to stU t :* real proi-erty belong
.c apples, anui Or , >n. for the County o f Waseo.
F. R. A ngle ,
¡S o f t D r i n k s , C andy
ing to »aid relate, d«ecrib?4 ss the
D O R S E Y E. S M IT H .
many p^opl* ha-e ;>*.V her of
• Tor ACCO
In th< m atter c f iLt Eat.it» o í Otri*- South haif o f the Southwest quarter o f
their intention c f becoming Ore
♦ ction thirteen, in towrship i tvo north (First pub. Fab. 4. Last pub. Mar. 4.)
la I WyS", de- a«-
gonian ; during the coming spring ( t u
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Vyr%, Arnold o f range eleven E. w. If , containing feO
I Ponían 1,
Oregon Mo^er - Oregon
Hood River's ReUctble Jeweler for \
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
The Arthur & Burt Drug Co.,
‘ T he
Prescriptions a Specialty.
GIVE US A CALL.
Rates $1.00 per day and up
Mosier - Oregon
Alex. Stewart Builders and General
H O O D RIVER,
r id a l
Hood River Studio
B a rb er Shop
J. E. COLE.
j HOOD RIVER - OREGON
Ì All Our Work Guaranteed
At PLATH' S.
J. N. TEAL