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About Mosier bulletin. (Mosier, Or.) 1909-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1910)
H. G. K1BBEE, Proprietor
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15 A tired as second-class matter March 12. 1909, at
the post office at Mosier, Oregon, undvr the A c t of
March 3. Ib79.
Professional Cards. . .
One-half Column. . . .
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Business locals will be charged at fi cents par MM
f o r each insertion.
Legal advertisements will in all cases be ehargad
to the party oAWring them, at legal rates, and
V O L . II
MOSIER, W A SC O C O U N T Y , OREGON, F R ID A Y ,
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paid for before affidavits are furnished.
PREPARE YOUR SPECIMENS. endeavor to get the Legislature! Mrs L. M. Bailey was-* visitor
at its next sitting to make a
Hood River yesterday.
The secretary of the Portland
special appropriation for a prop-! The 91st anniversary of the
Chamber of Commerce has re -,
er representation of Oregon hor foundation of Odd Fellowship will
quested me to send Ivina from 1
ticulturai products at this great be observed next Tuesday eve-
time to time, as opportunity
International Horticultural Ex- ning at the Christian Church in
offers, any kind of fruiborgarden ■
i Mosier. The Rev. W. C. Gilmore
products that would be specially
pof Hood River will deliver the
fine as specimens for exhibition
HOAfE- address. All Odd Fellows and
»in their rooms in Portland. This THE JOHN BROWN
the public generally are invited to
‘fruit must be perfect in quality, 1 STEAD CHANGES HANDS.
Messrs R. L. ami C. G.-Dwight,
and be particulaily excellent.
'Only a small quantity is neces-; formeriy-ef Memphis, Tertn., who
“ FINE LAUNDRY WORK”
sary; for instance, a direb o f j have been investigating the fruit
'cherries six inches or a foot in bearing -sections -of dhe north-
Dont- with neatness anil dispatch
'length, well loaded With perfect; west, from the California boun-
rcherries of large size, would make dary to British Columbia, -have
a good specimen, or a whole again returned lo Mosier, after Hood River Laundry Company
J . E. COLE, M o s ie r A g e n t
strawberry plant with many large three week’ s absence in different
«•ipe strawberries on it. Apples counties. They both afcree that
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
may be single, and prunes and Mosier has the best land and th e;
dther kinds of fruit in small quan- greatest opportunities, and have
Notice is hereby given that the part
: badkiB up their decision By in-. nership heretofore existing under the 1
These specimens will he recei- vesting in the bdlartte «of -the firm name of Denny & Harvey, con -1
*ved by the Chamber of Commerce John Brown honStsttad.
The ducting the Mosier Market, at Mosier, (
and put into a fluid which will price paid was between $5,000 Oregon, was dissolved, by mutual con- j
preserve the color and size intact, : and $6,000. This is orfiyanother sent, On The 7th day o f April, 1910.
the work being done by an ex- instance of-tha< business entOr- John Denny retiring from tiie film and
pert from California, whom they \ prise, which come; to all those ! D. P. Harvey continuing the business, |
' assuming'ail obligations and collecting,
have recently hired at a large who Visit Mesiec <dnd -vicinity, I all accounts of the above named firm.
salary to do this work. They The very fait that strangers-are
J ohn D en n y
want to have each county and" quicker to Seize opportunities like
D. P. H a r v e y
district in the state represented, 1 these than the residents thern-
and will label each product, where selves, speaks well for this com -}
it comes from, by whom grown, munity, for it shows go all «that
and name and variety of fruit, there is a prosperous future for
In this way we can have a great Mosier. The Dwight brothers
deal of free advertising, as many intend t o ’bling their fairtiltes Up
people coming from all parts of from Portland and settle down
-the country go to the Portland ; right away, and clear and culti-
W . H. KERSLAKE, Mgr.
•Commercial Club rooms, then tojvate their land. R. L. Dwight
W e d e a l in improved and uhimprovt d
the rooms of the Chamber of purchased forty acres, while his
Commerce, which are located on brother purchased sixty acres, fruithartH in Mosier district. Send fir
the ground floor, and are open t<.; Thus changes hands another of our Booklet of Bargains.
W e a re a g e n ts f o r th e MOUNTAIN
visitors at all times.
the choicest tracts o f Mosier fruit
On a recent Visit there, the land* The sale was made by j east
Vli;w of Mosier. This land will f be ut^
first exhibit almost that my e y e s i W . H. Kerslakfe,
Mosier ; up in small tracts to suit ¡purchaser,.
fell on was a jar containing two Hills Land and Orchard Co,
and sold on easy payments.
v e r y large potatoes, labelled
IMO&ÈR, - - ORE.
“ Grown by Peter Dohm, Hood
A CLOSE CALL.
River County.” I told Mr Gilt-
An accident Which came very
ner, tche secrelary, that Peter near being serious occurred last
G eo . C h a m b e r l a i n
was from Mosier, that the pota Monday forenoon on the main
toes also came from there, and line near Hood River, when the
that we were in Wasco county. second section of No. 5 struck a
He said he would change it hand car in charge of section
Foreman Geo. Parrish. The car, |
I believethere is no more effec- c a r r y j n g - ties, which the foreman
tive way of advertising the coun-1 an(j bjg crevy were unloading,
try than by this method of having wag on a
and w ht n Mosier
fruit on exhibit where large the crew heard the train ap-
numbers of people can see it, and proaching they tried to get it
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Hood River's Reliable Jeweler for )
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
H e can make yo u r watch keep tim e
ADVERTISE IN THE BULLETIN
and Get Results.
o s ie r
M r. Farmer, you must have one ù f these
The M o s i e r Hills
Land & Orchard
The Kimball Cultivator for Up-to-date Orchardists
They are made in three sizes, 5 1-2 feet, 8 1-3 feet and 12 foot extension.
on both ends which prevent striking trees with knife, and allow such close work that hoeing around trees is un
necessary when the KIMBALL is in use.
It is the best tool ever made for the money.
5 1-2 ft., $15, 8 1-3 ft., $20, 12 ft., $22.50. F. O. B., The Dalles.
ASK US MORE ABOUT T H E M -W E WILL BE GLAD 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 sfr*e,.tou rttnfr.y.
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Walther- Williams Hdw.
® 6ha11 be very £ ,ad t0 take ca, e | clear of the track, but the engine
of, and send promptly, any g o o d ,a tru ck a corn erofit demoli8hing
■specimens that the fruitgrowers j
and hurling the ties j n every1 T T A
fo f Mosier may have, and as this direction.
, crew jumped i and
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is such a good' fruit yeal- we escaped injury> but Mr Parrish
C A Y YOWELL, Mgr.
should be able to send a good wag ^
many first-class specimens toi the ties struck him on the leg Harness and Saddlery Goods
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
below The knee, f u s i n g a very Hand-made Harness a Specialty
D a v id R o b in s o n ,
painful bruise. He was taken to
B u s in e s s e n t r u s t e d t o
Secretary Commercial Club of Hood River, where the injured HOOD RIVER
T he C ar e of the
limb was bandaged. He then
came home on a hand car and
OREGON’ S CHANCE IS SEEN. Dr. Robinson dressed and re
of The -Dalles, Oregon
G e o . H a a c r e , Pres.
bandaged the leg. It is thought
[Wednesday’ s Oregonian.]
no b?neg were broken. A t
WILL HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION
All kinds of Building
Calling attention to the enor- i present -IV!r- Parrish is getting
$ 100 , 000.00
Material on hand, in
mous amount of fruit imported aiong nicely,
Surplus and undivid
cluding lath and shingles
by Great Britain each year and
100 , 000.00
predicting that Oregon’ s part of
Estimates given for ma
USING YOUR BANK
J. S. SCHENCK, P r e s i d e n t
English consumption will be
terial for building, , .
d M . W il l ia m s
M ax A . V ogt
greatly increased with the open
in your dealings with firms or M O S I E R - - O R E G O N
ing of the Panama Canal, H. B.
individuals at a distance is a
Miller, American Consul at Bel
feature of business to which
fast, Ireland, in a letter to II. C.
you have perhaps ndt .’ ¿Wen
Atwell, president of the Oregon
State Slortichltural Society, urges
that an exhibit of Oregon fruit' All large business concerns
products be sent to the interna have bank directories, and as
tional horticultural exhibition to this bank is listed therein we
lie held in Lontloh during May get numerous requests for in
and June o f 1912.
formation as to the standing
Speaking o f the enormity of and reliability of firms and
British fruit importations, the individuals in this community.
The management of the Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co.
We are glad to act
takes great pleasure in announcing that the low rales from
“ Great Britain imports of
Eastern cities, which have done so mueh in past seasons
AS A REFERENCE
fresh apples each year more than
to stimulate travel to and settlement in Oregon, will pre
$10,000,000 worth: o f pears,
vail again this Spring DAILY from March 1 to April 15,
more than $2,500,000; of plums,
pleased when we can give a
more than $2,000,000. The total
favorable report. This we can
PEOPLE O F OREGON
value of green and «¿b it d fruits
nearly always do where a man
imported into Great Britain
The railroads have done their part; now it’s up to you.
has been a regular customer,
amounts to over $50,000.000 per
The colonist rate is the greatest of home-builders. D>> ah
and lias been straightforward
annum. This country is the
you can to let Eastern people know about it, and encourage
them to come here, where land is cheap and home-building
greatest foreign market in the and punctual in bneeting his
easy and attractive.
world for American fruits, and
as soon as the Panama canal is
Besides advancing the general
F a r e s C a n b e P r e p a id
completed the opjxirtunity for interests of the Mosier District,
at home if desired. Any agent o f the road named is au
shipping Oregon fruits will lie so it will pay you, personally, to
thorized to receive the required deposit and telegraph
materially increased that the become a customer of the
ticket to any point in the East.
markets of the state for fruit
Remember The Rates - From Chicago. $33; from St. I/iuis
MOSIER VALLEY BANK.
products will he unlimited. It
$32: from Omaha and Kansas City, $25. This reduction
will be of enormous value to
is proportionate from all other cities.
Oregon to send‘to this exhibitio n
Mrs L. M. Bailey sold her resi
all its finest displays in various
departmerfs'of ■ horticulture. and dence on the heights this week
general passenger agent ,
I have to suggest that it would to Wm. Stevenson, from whom
be well worth while for you
Mosier Lumber Co. First National Bank
Fresh and Cured Meats
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. D.
D e n t is t
OFFICE O V E R BUTLER B A N K IN G C O M P A N Y
Dimension, call at
O regon .
W e will pay car fare from M isfer
and return for patrons whose
work amounts to $5 or<over
A pleasant place to spend a so
cial hour is at
S. E. Francisco’s Pool Room.
D r in k s ,
Shingles at M arket Price.
I S o f t
o f LU M B ER ,
All Our W ork Guaranteed
O ffic e 28 Re id enee 28 H
D. P. H A R V E Y , Pro’p.
COLONIST RATES FO R A LL KINDS if
Great Northwest SWETLAND
Each size is provided with fende#
C andy ,
C ig a r s
5 1-2 fo o t
$ 2 2 .5 0
Call at the B u l l e t i n office and
get tags to ship your hides to
Kauffman, Davidson, Semmel, of
Stock on fiatici.
W. E. C h o w n
M O S IE R ,