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About Mosier bulletin. (Mosier, Or.) 1909-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1910)
H. C. KIBBEE, Proprietor
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Entered as second-class matter March 12/ 1909, at
the post office at Mosier, Oregon, under the A ct o f
I to the party ordering them, at legal rates, and
MOSIER, WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1910
paid for before affidavits are furnished.
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MORE PORTLAND CAPITAL
INVESTED IN MOSIER LAND..’ S See
f H ood River’s Reliable Jeweler
f Watches, Diamonds , Jewelry
C. G . M e n 10L
1 1 a e n e r a i
¡ M Lercha,nd
JOHN WELL BERG, Prop.
Another big land deal, involv
ing 600 acres of Mosier apple
land, was consummated last Sat
urday when Thos. McCusker,. a
the Martin tract, southeast of
Mosier. The deal was negotiat
ed through W. H. Kerslake.
He can make your watch keep time
This land, which will be known
as the “ Mountain View Orchard
is particularly well
adapted to the raising o f fine
apples, as it has sufficient alti
tude to give the fruit that color,
o f Mosier, Oregon,
flavor and excellent keeping
ts n o w o p e n F o r b u s i n e s s ,
qualities for which Mosier is so
Carrying a full line o f Drugs, Patent Medicine, Station
justly famous. The land will be
subdivided'into ten and twenty
ery, Sundries. Toilet Articles, Ice Cream, Candy and
acre tracts and will be put on
the market at once.
tracts will be sold on the easy
payment plan, so that the small
investor or the wage earner may
‘ acquire land without straining
his credit or his pocketbook.. Ini
other words, he can make a |
small advance payment and easy THERE ARE TWO
payments monthly,, the while he
continues his régulai1 avocation.
In which a poor man-may be
The plan which Mr. McCusker
come well-to-do. One is by
will carry out is similar to that
spending less than he earns
adopted by the Willamette Trust
W. H. KERSLAKE, Mgr.
and putting the surplus in a
& Investment Co., which is op
We deal in improved and unimproved
bank until it amounts to a
erating in Mosier land. That is,
fruit land in Mosier district. Send for
comfortable fortune. T h e
these tracts will be cleared, plant
our Booklet o f Bargains.
other is by saving his money
ed to trees and taken care of
We are agents for the MOUNTAIN
until it amounts to a consid
V i e w O r c h a r d T r a c t , located South
until they come into, hearing, by
east o f Mosier. This land will be cut
erable sum and Ohen invest
which time the purchaser will
up in small tracts to suit purchaser,
have his land paid for, and it
and sold on easy payments.
es or iru property which is in
will ¡Lave become incame-bearirg
MOSIER, - - ORE.
creasing in value, or loaning
property, worth several times
it on good security.
more than he paid for it.
PINES HOTEL j
The Arthur & Burt Drug Co.,
ADVERTISE IN THE BULLETIN
o sie r
er you must have one o f these
Prescriptions a Specialty.
GIVE US A CALL.
j The M o s i e r Hills!
Land & Orchard
W. H. Kerslake- wilt handle
this tract for Mr. McCusker and
we understand that it is the in
tention to place this land, on the
market at such a reasonable fig
ure that it will be possible for
every one to acquire at least a
small acreage in this wonderful
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
M O S IE R
necessary when the KIMBALL is in use.
It is the best tool ever made for the money.
ASK US MORE ABOUT THEM—WE WILL BE ULAD TO TELL YOU.
REMEMBER, We carry all kinds of Farm Machinery, Garden Tools, Spray Pumps, in fact ANYTHING you may-
need on the farm.
Before buying elsewhere, get our prices, as we POSITIVELY KNOW we can save you money.
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B u s in e s s e n t r u s t e d
T he C are of the
MOSIER M ARKET
DENNY & HARVEY
First National Bank
of The Dalles, Oregon
WILL HAVE PROMPT
Fresh and Cured Meats
a t t e n t io n
$ 100 , 000.00
Surplus and undivid
100 , 000.00
J. S. SCHENCK, P resident
E d M. W illiams M ax A. V o g t
D e n t is t
Other real estate ow ned...........................
416 Of) j
Due from banks (not reserve b an ks)----- 1,0JB 34 j
, Due from approved reserve banks........... 18,811 35
Checks and other cash item s.................
102 70 !
Cash on hand................................................ 2,497 89 i
H o o d R iv e r , O r e g o n .
C. 1L JENKINS, D. M. D.
OFFICE OVER BUTLER HANK IKG COMI’ ANY
Office 28 Residence 2 6 B
ARNOLD & RUPP
i — DENTISTS —
All Our Work Guaranteed
COLONIST RATES FOR ALL KINDS I
m OREGON iîjïïtm
Great Northwest S WETLAND
M. O’ Connor, o f Portland, this
week filed on a homestead south
east of town and will proceed at
once to improve it. The land
was secured through W. H.
Each size is provided with^fenders
5 1-2 ft., $15, 8 1-3 ft., $20, 12 ft., $22.50. F. O. B„ The Dalles.
on both ends which prevent striking trees with knife, and allow such dose work that hoeing around trees is un
RECORD LAND SALE.
That was a record-breaking
deal which B. E. Duncan, Hood
River’s hustling real estate man, |
T o t a l ........................... $43.719 13 j
put through this week when he j
D O L L A R * CTS
sold six and a half acres belong
ing to Dr. Stanton Allen, o f Hood c»pitmi«tock paid in
Individual deposits subject to ch e ck ....... 31,742 93
River, to R. S. Delann, an East Cashier's checks outstanding................... 1,616 20
ern man, for $2.200 per acre. Liabilities other than those above stated:
Letters o f Credit..................................
This tract is one o f the best de-
veloped in the valley, containing
. . .
STATE OF OREGON,
an eight-year-old orchard.
COUNTY OF WASCO,
I, Robert M. Ross, Cashier
The highest price
o f the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that
paid for Hood River improved the above statement is true to the best o f my
tend $1900 per acre.
R o b e r t M . R o ss , Cashier.
Mr. Delano at the same time' C O R R E C T -X ttM t.
paid $528 p er acre for 7 acres ef J . N . M o b ie r , A l e x . S t e w a r t , Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th
Brush tend, which is the top day
o f A pril, 1910.
notch so far for raw land.
H. F. B oth fu r .
Notary Public fo r Oregon.
It is easy to believe that the
prediction that Hood River land
will sell for $3000 per acre in
a year’ s time, will be fulfilled.
They are made in three sizes, 5 1-2 feet, 8 1-3 feet and 12 foot extension.
G eo . C h a m b e r l a i n
The a n n u a l meeting of the
Friday, April 8, is Arbor Day.
Mosier Fruitgrowers Association
was held in Lamb’s Hall last A _ program
will be given in the Mosier
If the yard were
Amos Root in the chair. The graded, we could plant flowers,
report of the secretary was read
shrubs and trees.
an,TheCCf6l[owing directors were j Ask Leo m s\ey the number of
re-elected for the ensuing year: books in the library.
A. P. Bateham, J. M. Carroll
Leo Nichol and Olive Fisher
GAY YOWELL, Mgr.
and Amos Root. C. A. McCar-1 are entered this week.
gar and D. P. Harvey.. were
Laura Kibbee is absent on ac- Harness and Saddlery Goods
elected as new directors, farm
count o f illness.
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
ing a board of five.
special Hand-made Harness a Specialty
The question of increasing the
capital stock of the association work in reading.
Last Friday’s program, given HOOD RIVER
was discussed and it was decided
to increase it 100 shares.
by the LeOrren Society, was one ! _____________
It was also decided- at this o f the best. The pupils are tak-i
meeting to enlarge the packing ing much interest in the society -U lO S lG i L U IT ID c l v ^O.
house by an addition 40x40 feet,
which will be used for storing papers.
G eo . H aacke , Pres.
fruit boxes, spray and other
All kinds of Building
stock, thus giving the entire N O 3 3 .
floor space o f the main building
Material on hand, in
for the packing of fruit. This
cluding lath and shingles
the condition o f the
addition is made necessary by
Estimates given for ma
the increase in the fruit busi
MOSIER VALLEY BANK
ness and the fact that a room in A t Mosier, in the State of Oregon,
terial for building. . .
the old dryer, which the associa at the close o f business, March 29, 1910:
tion has used heretofore, will be
O R EGON
no longer available.
D O L L A R * CTS
Owing to the inclement weath
er there was a small attendance, Loans and discounts.................................... $19,555 08
but those present were unani Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.........
Bonds, Securities, e t c .,...............................
mous in the actions taken.
Banking house, furniture and fixtures..
$éjÉ¡ÉÉ&á ¿afctfcjfe ..UMLis'-A
The Kimball Cultivator
H. G. K I B B E E
In either case the bank is
a necessity. And whichever
way yout try. the MOSIER
VALLEY BANK is glad to
tender its facilities and to
assist you in every way pos
sible to attain that, which
every one desires.
J » ,1!®*:
o f LUMBER, Finished or
j Dimension, call at
W e will pay car fare from Mosier
and return for
work amounts to $5 or over
The management o f the Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co.
takes great pleasure in announcing that the low rates from
Pastern 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,
The railroads have done their part; now it’s up to you.
The colonist rate is the greatest of home-builders. Do all
you can to let Eastern people know about it, and encourage
them to come here, where land is cheap and home-building
easy and attractive.
F a r e s C a n b e P r e p a id
at home if desired. ‘A ny agent o f 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 St. Louis,
$32; from Omaha and Kansas City, $25. This reduction
is proportionate from all other cities.
A pleasant place to spend
cial hour in at
at Market Price.
HOW ABOUT IT ?
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