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About Mosier bulletin. (Mosier, Or.) 1909-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1910)
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
H. C. KIBBEE, Proprietor
S U B S C R IP T IO N R A T E S
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f B u sin ess l<*eafc w ill be ch a rg e d a t 5 c e n ts p e r Im e
; fo r ea ch in sertio n .
L e g al a d v o rtls e m ttits w ill in all ca ses be ch a rg e d
E n t e r e d a s seco n d -class m a tte r M arch 12, 1909, a t
*the p o s t office a t M osier, O reg o n , u n d ? r th e A c t o f
B f a r c h 3.1879.
In Mosier Land
One Hundred and Forty Acres
to be Subdivided -Into
MOSIER, WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL
C. G . NiCHOL
JOHN WELLBERG, Prop.
j Hood Rivers Reliable Jeweler
Watches, Diamonds , Jewelry
paid f e r bef'.>re*affldavits a r e fu rn is h e d .
I x. »:**>«&* « inkï
te th e «party o rd erin g 'tfrtem , a t le g al rate», a n d
i Good Accommodations
Rates $1.00 per day and up ¡
A deal was consummated last
He van make your watch keep time
week whei’eby the Willamette j 5
Trust and Investment Co. of
Portland becomes the possessor |
•of 140 acres of tine apple land,
•known as the I. M. Thomas place
¡and situated about 7 miles south
‘of Mosier. B. E. Duncan of
Hood River bought the tract last
of Mosier, Oregon,
fall from Mr. Thomas as an in - j
IS N O W O P E N F O R B U S IN E S S .
The Willamette Trust and In
a full line of Drugs, Patent Medicine, Station
vestment Co. is composed of the
following Portland capitalists:
ery, Sundries. Toilet Articles, Ice Cream, Candy and
President, Fred J. Ziegler; vice
president, D. W. Taylor Jr.; sec
retary and t r e a s u r e r , J. B.
Knapp. E. C. Brock of Hood
River is general manager.
Of this tract of 140 acres about
25 acres are in orchard. The re
in a i n d e r of the la n d will
1he cleared at once, set out to
fruit trees, and put on the mar-
E. N. Stroup of Portland is in j
ice t in 5 acre tracts on the con ST. B. DE BUSSEY DIES
ON OPERATING TABLE
tract basis. That is, each tract
Mrs. John Burggraf arrived
will be taken proper care of until
the trees come into bearing, or
The following dispatch from from Portland last night.
for a period of five years. This
J. N. Mosier and Wm. V ogt:
is for the henefit of the small in Hood River appeared in Tues went to The Dalles last night.
vestor who cannot buy outright day’s Oregonian:
Dick -Fisher left ‘ here this
“T. B. DeBussey, proprietor of
but can make monthly payments
without inconvenience. He is a restaurant here and an exten morning on a business trip to
given seven years in which to sive landowner at Hood River j Portland.
pay for the i&nd, and during and Mosier, died suddenly to-day !
this time he pays neither taxes from th% effects of an operation j
to remove a carbuncle from his
This plan is new in Mosier but neck.
“Mr. De Bussey had been suf-!
has worke 1 out successfully in
"many oth ep laces. By it a per fering for several days, and his j
son in any part of the country physicians decided thal an oper-!
can bny one or more tracts with ation must be performed to re-;
W. H. KERSLAKE, Mgr.
the certainty that they will be lieve him. Although it was not j
eared for by experts and with no thought that the operation was W e deal in im proved and unim proved
more trouble to hirhselF than is of a particularly dangerous na fr u it land in M osier d istric t. Send for
involved in making the small ture. he made his will this [Mon- j our Booklet of Bargains.
monthly payments required. He-day] morning, and walked to the !
MOSIER, - - ORE.
also has the assurance that hy hospital in the afternoon. He i s ____________________________
the time his tract is paid for the survived by his wife and ortfc; ^
increase in value will make him child.”
\C eo . C h a m b e r l a i n
a hadsome return on the invest Mr. DeBussey owned some
property in Mosier and a tract of
many acquaintances here who
m o s ie r ,
The Arthur & Burt Drug Co.,
M o s if r
ADVERTISE IN THE BULLETIN
Mr. Farmer, you must have one of these
Prescriptions a Specialty.
GIVE US A CALL.
The M o s i e r Hills
Viewed by Hundreds From the 1
the n*ws of his
“I want to say to vou people,”
Portland will have another
'said Col. A. A. Morse to the great flour mill in operation by
crowd that met the Demonstra fall. Balfour, Guthrie & Co.,
tion Train Wednesday afternoon, wheat and flour exporters, are
“‘that you have some mighty the projectors. A wharf and
good boosters in Mosier. They elevator will be combined with
■will not take ‘no’ for an answer. the mill, the whole to cost not
Three times we refused to put less than $250,000. The capacity
Mosier on the schedule — and , will be 1000 barrels daily. Elec-
here we are.” The colonel was tricity will be the motive power,
the railroad man in charge of the
, 1 7 -n
u • i
The Great Northern road will
Dr. Withycomb said the pur
running its crack limited
pose of the train was to stimu be
train into Portland by June 1,
late a desire for scientific meth- using the Union Pacific and the
'©dsof husbandry in all branches | Northern Pacific tracks by vir-
“ Mosier may one day be known ■ tue of the traffic agreement ex-
the world over for its fruit,” he,
betweeh the Hill and Har-
added, ‘‘but first you must learn isting
man lines in the northwest. The
how to grow fruit scientifically. Oregonian, as a halm to Seattle’s
And you should mix dairying and bruised spirit, offers that city
poultry raising with the fruit.” Portland’s old semaphores.
There was a car with prize
mistook, one with machinery, and
'another showing a model poul -The Normal school question is j
try house and a yard of Barred fairly before the voters by the
Plymouth Rocks. The closed initiative bill for M o n m o u t h
cars were given to poultry, dairy framed by her alumni. This sep-
ing, horticulture and farming. arates it wholly ¡from politics,
Dry farming was given much and gives the voters a fair chance
to express their choice. Schools
For more than an hour the cars are a necessity—we must edu
were crowded with curious peo cate the-boys and girls—and we
ple, and those who confined their must have teachers. The Nor
■attention to one or two depart mal school is the place to train
ments gleaned some valuable in and prepare these. Vote YES
formation. The generalizer did for Monmouth.
J. B. V. B u t l e r ,
not profit much.
The school children, headed by
a drummer boy, marched to and ■
from the train. The teachers
brought up the tear, and not a
youngster straggled or bolted.
The public meeting billed fo
Thwe can be no continu
take place after the train left
ance without a beginning.
was abandoned when the speaker
Th(*re can be no completion
failed to put in an appeaaance.
without a continuance.
A Sudden Death.
The only fellow who DOES
Mrs. C. A. McCargar left for
things is the fellow who BE
Portland Monday upon receipt of
w \ts of the death of her father,
and on Tuesday Mr McCargar
Don’t wait for somebody
give you a push. Don’t
Beyond the fact that the old
just an echo of some
gentleman died of heart disease
other man. Don’t be a shad
while on a visit to his timber
claim in Polk coürfty, no particu ow of the other f e l l o w ’ s
lars are obtainable here.
The Rev. A. S. Black and fam
ily arrived in Mosier on Saturday-
last from Fossil. Mr. Black last
year bought 40 acres of land on
Seven-mile, and his object^in
coming down is to have it cleared
up. He was obliged to return to
Fossil, but his wife and son
will remain here and the latter
will proceed to do the clearing
Lay the foundation of your
future financial success by
your own initiative.
Get busy. Begin.
Just S T A R T - - a hank
account with the MOSIER
The Kimball Cultivator for Up-to-date Orchardists
They -are made in three sizes, 5 1-2 feCt, 8 1-3 feet and 12 foot extension. Each size is provided wtt*>*fenders
OP both ends which prevent striking trees with knife, and allow such close work (hat hoeing around trees is un
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f t .,
WE WILL BE GLAD TO TELL YOU.
REMEMBER, We carry all kinds of Farm Machinery, Garden Tools, Spray Pumps, in fact ANYTHING'you'mar
need on the farm. Before buying elsewhere, get our prices, as \ve POSITIVELY KNOW we can save^you money.
Harness and Saddlery Goods
Tents. Wagon Covers, Etc
Hand-made Harness a Specialty
B u s in e s s e n t r u s t e d
T he C are of the
Mosier Lumber Co. First National Bank
G eo . H aack e ,
I Surplus and undivid
J. S. SCHENCK,
O R EGON
Fresh and Cured Meats
100 , 000.00
P r e s id e n t
M ax A . V o g t
C. H. JENKINS, D. M.:n.
D e n t is t
F ares C an
P r e p a id
at home if desired. Any agent of the road named is au-
thorized to receive the required deposit and telegraph
ticket to any point in the East.
Remember The Rates - From Chicago. $33; from S t Ixiuis,
$32; from Omaha and Kansas City, $25. This reduction
is proportionate from all other cities.
W m . M c M U R R A Y,
G ENERA L PASSENG ER AGENT.
PO RTLAND. OREGON.
.. H o o d R iv e r ,'O r e g o n .
We will pay car fare_from_M_>sier
and return7 for patrons ,vhose
work amounts to $5 or over
Shingles at Market Price.
O F OREGON
The railroads have done their part; now it’s up to you.
The colonist rate is the greatest of home-huilders. Do all
you can to let Eastern people know aboutit, and encourage
them to come here, where lard is cheap and home-building
easy and attractive.
I # All Our Work Guaranteed
o f LUMBER, Finished or # •
Dimension, call at
HOW ABOUT IT ?
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.
United State* I,an<l Office, Th.
Dalles, Oregon. February 18, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that the
S tate o f Oregon haa filed in thin office)
1 it» application. Serial No. OfiQflO, to *e-
. lect under the provisions o f the A ct o f
| Congress o f August 14. IH48. and th«’
j Acta supplementary and amendatory
thereto, the SE 1-4 o f MW Quarter of
Sec. 8, Tp. 1 N., R. 12 EWM.
Any aivI h U persons claiming ad verse-!
ly the lamia described, or deair-1
ing to object because o f the mineral
c h a ra c te r o f the laud, or for any other
reason, to the disposal to applicant, '
should file their affidavits o f protest in i
i this office, on or befflr * tbe 5th day of
j April, 1»!Q.
C. W. M o o m .
( F irs t
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L ast P /h . \ a r
FOR ALL KINDS
Great Northwest SWETLAND
The management of the Oregon Railroad ¿Navigation Co.
takes great pleasure in announcing that the low rates from
Eastern cities, which have done so much in past seasons
to stimulate travel to and settlement in Oregon, will pre
vail again this Spring DAILY from March 1 to April 15,
O F F IC E O V E R B U T L E R H A N K I N G C O M l'A N Y
PHO N ES:
Office 28 R esilience 28 B
O r e g o n * I »
$ 100 , 000.00
D E A L E R S IN
WILL HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION
E d M . W il l ia m s
D E N N Y & HARVEY
of Tiie Dalles, Oregon
All kinds of Building
Material on hand, in-
cluding'lath and shingles
Estimates given for ma
terial for building. . .
Walther- Williams Hdw. Co.
GAY YOWEliL, Mgr.
HOOD RIVER -
$20, 12 ft., $22.50. F. O. B., The Dalles.
WE HAVE THEM
W. E. C hown