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About Mosier bulletin. (Mosier, Or.) 1909-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1910)
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
SI ER BULLETIN
H. G. KIBBRE. Proprietor
One Y*ear..................... „ ............................... ...... .$1.50
S ix M onths.................... ........................................... 75
T h ree M onths..............................................................50
MOSIER, WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY,
Big Meet of Commercial Club.
B u s in e s s M e n .
r o m in e n t
s p e a k e r s
r e s e n t
O n Saturday evening, Ma y are grown; but as the fruit'ear.-
14th., the Commercial Club, of not be shown at this time of the 1 Notice is hereby given that the part-
Mosier, in conjunction with the year, the next best method of nership heretofore existing under the
ladies of the Civic Improvement publicity is by exploiting tile ad- firm name o f Denny & Harvey, con-
League, will hoild a big meeting vantages o f Mosier through the ducting the Mosier Market, at Mosier,
in Lamb’ s Hall. The object of press and % the booklets, num- Oregon, was dissolved, by mutual con-
the meeting is to get everybody bers o f which its ve already been ®ent’ on the 7th d*y of Apri1, 1910>
John Denny retiring from the firm and
in the district together, that they sent out. The advantage of a D P Harvey cont?nuinK the business,
may become better acquainted locality having’ a commercial club assuming all obligations and collecting
with eaeh other and learn through in good working order is that the all accounts o f the above named firm,
J ohn D enny
the speakers Mosier’ s needs, and secretary is constantly in touch
p - H arvey
the best methods o f supplying
those needs. It is expected that Club, which sends out hundreds ___________ _
every member of the club will be of inquiries to commercial bodies
present, and that every ‘o ther all over the state, received from
individual who is interested in prospective homeseekers and in
Mosier and Mosier’ s growth, will vestors in every part of the United ;
States. It is incumbent, there-!
It is expected that a number fore, upon the people of Mosier
©f prominent men from Portland to get together— join the com- ■
W. H. KERSLAKE, Mgr.
will be present and address the mercial club and BOOST for this!
Among them will be district. We have everything! Wedi-'al in improved andumimproved 1
Judge Webster, who will speak here to make a prosperous coun fruit Jandiin Mosier d istrict Send for j
•on Good Roads; William McMur try and an ideal home but the I our Booklet o f Bargains.
ray, General Passenger Agent of people. and they .will come when
We .^u-e agents for the M ountain
the O. R. & N. system, who will ihey know what we have to offer. V i e w O rchard T r ac t , located South-
talk on immigration into Oregon.
The ladies o f the Civic Improve- east of Mosier. This land will be cut
Tom Richardson’s theme will be meat League will serve refresh up in small tracts to suit purchaser,
organisation and co-operation of ments after tae meeting, and and sold on easy payments.
•commercial bodies for the general those who iiave once partaken of
MOSIER - - ORE.
welfare of the state and the indi their hospitality know they will
vidual benefit of «communities. not go away hungry.
JE. B. Piper, of the Oregonian,
Now, we want to have a rous G e o . C h a m b e r l a i n
will also speak, besides addresses ing meeting, and give a royal
from local celebrities.
reception to t h e out-of-town
It is the general opinion that guests .and, as a member o f th e!
this will be a banner year for the club, we urge everyone locome to
influx of homeseekers and inves tliis meeting. Keep the date in !
tors from the East and Middle mind and make no other engage
West into Oregon, who will no ment for that nighS. Show your
doubt find homes somewhere in oyalty to. and interest in Mosier Mosier
the state. It is up to the people by attending and joining the club
•of Mosier to see that their district — you who are not members.
is properly advertised. The fruits It’s tftn#' proper thing to <¿0, s o * 1
raised in Mosier advertise them do it.
selves and the land on which they
The Mosier Hills
Land & Orchard
THE WISE TRAVELER
APRIL 29, 1910
I for each insertion.
paid fur befara adidar i u are farmlakad.
H ood River's Reliable Jeweler for
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
BIG DEAL IN MOSIER
! tu the p a rt, ordirla* tbam. a« Waral tmtaa. uW
Hood River Laundry Company
J. K. COLE. M onier A gent
FINE LAUNDRY WORK”
Done with neatness and dispatch
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E ntered as second-class matter Match 12, 1909, at
th e post office at Mosier, Oregon, under the Act of
March .7 1879.
G r a n d R a l l y
PsWwMot» ! Cards...
One squ are,,..............
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
He can make your watch keep time
ADVERTISE IN THE BULLETIN
and Get Results.
o s ie r
Mr. Farmer, you must have one of these
The Kimball Cultivator for Up-to-date Orchardists
They are made in three sizes, 5 1-2 feet, 8 1-8 feet and 12 foot extension.
Each size is provided with ifandera
on both ends which prevent striking trees with knife, and allow such close work that hoeing around trees ia 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 EM -W E WILL BE GLAD TO TELL YOU.
GAY YOWELL, Mgr.
REMEMBER, We carry all kinds of Farm Machinery, Garden Tools, Spray Pumps, in fact ANYTHING you may
Harness and Saddlery Goods
who finds that his route lies
on the farm. Before buying elsewhere, get our prices, as we POSITIVELY KNOW we can save .you money.
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
desert will he careful
The biggest deal in 33osier land
to provide sufficient supplies Hand-made Harness a Specialty
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ev©r put through in this district1 to surely carry him across it,
HOOD "RIVER - ©RBCON
was consummated last week, even making allowance for
Saturday, when C. A. McCargar, possible mtehups.
W . A. HUSBANDS
o f Mosier, sold to Mark A. Mayer,
With old age surely ahead
B l a c k s m it h
o f New York, the 230-acre tract of you, bringing with it inca
Shoeing and General
known as the Sellinger ranch, pacity for profitable work, and
located a mile east of town, which possibly skftmess *>r other mis
he purchased ©T Geo. Sellinger fortune, are you going to spend
about a month ago. The land all you earn as you go along?
was sold through the agency of
N o Nrtlm likes to think of
Both fur and McGregor.
price paid for the tract wss being dependent when he is j
x c u r s io n
The only sure way to !
D. P. H A R V E Y , Pro’p.
D U R N G 1910
FRO M JKLL P O IN T S O N
The purchaser, Jflr JBayer, is provide against it, is to lay by
o f the firm of Fleischner, Mayer
Fresh and Cured Meat«
and Co., of Portland. Mr Mayer! ti ve years. And no matter how
HO OD RIVER
intends spending a large sum of far off old age may be, there
NOW LOCATED IN
Wioney improving the place, and is no better time to begin than
will prohably have all the old •NOW, even tho the_beginning
pe r a H o u s e B ld g .
appSe 1 trees and the prune orchard
taken out and replaced with
omplete line of furniture, ntatffl-essefe, bedding,
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. D.
’Open an account with the
apples of a commercial variety-
stoves, ranges, tin and granite ware dishes, trunks, valises.
MOSIER VALLEY BANK and
OFFICE OVER SUTLER BAN KIN G COMPANY
Spitzenpergs a n d Newtowns. i you will find your efforts at i
We will pay the Anight on bills ‘oi $20 or over to
S t Paul........
He will also build a large bunga saving more effectual, since |
O fflc. a R . i d « i r . 2S H
St Paul via Council Bluffs............. 63.90
low and will make a summer you will always have something
Minneapolis direct.............................. 60.00
home of it.
tangible before you.
Minneapolis, via Council Bluffs____ 63.90
From the standpoint of an in
vestment, this is ope of the best
L. B. Bartiett, of Portland,
via Council Bluffs........ffT.50
places in Mosier District, either President of the Great Western
to cut up into small tracts and Mining Co., was a Mioser visitor
All kinds of Building
«ell, or to keep intact and run as
Material on hand, in
Tickets will be on sale May 2 id and 9th; June 2nd, 17th and 24th
one large orchard. From a scenic, here
, about rN two
. - years ago, and
lath and shingles
point of view. Mr. Mayer has h ^ ^ S u m k y last, expressed
July 5th and 22nd; August 3rd: September 8th.
aggreable surprise at the rapid
Estimates given for ma
■chosen one of the most sightly 1
o f this section.
terial for building. . .
locations on the Columbia for a
Ten days provided for the going tkip.
summer home. A beautiful view
M O S I E R - - 0 R EGON
Stop-ovei» within limits in eitlWV direc
down the river may be had from
IN THE COUNTY c o u r t o f t h e s t a t e
tion. Final return limit three months
this place, and in the sultry days
o f o r e g o n '. f o r w a s c o c o u n t y . ^
from date of sale, but not later than
•of mid-summer a Cool breeze is In the m att-r o f the Guarxli.ir.ship o f
October 31st One way through Califor
always blowing up the river
Now on ids day. Ms ewse com-
nia $ ^'Additional.
Whether Mr Mayer purchased ¡jng on fo -hearing upon the petition of
A pleasant IT lace to spend a so-
Earl D. Vicki rs. guardian o f the person
the Sellinger ranch for pleasure an
cial hour is at
l<flfcta>e o f Johfe A. Bell, a minor,
•Or profit, keis to be congratulated praying for a license to sell the west
half ' Townshjp
a s s h
r a n 1 w
o f - the
o f I2 Section
S. IE. PaanoiMol« Pool Room.
la ce , a
v e r y easily hembine the two, and situated ?n W asco County. Oregon, ami
*>y the time he has finished his it aPI caring t?Uhe court from such peti-
tition that it is necessary an<l would be
S oft D rinks , C andy , C igars
«•ontemplated improvements he ! beneficial to sai l ward that said real es
X M IU .IA M MCMURRAY,
tate should be <o!d, it is ‘therefore order
GENERAL PA«SENGER‘ 4 t}8 )J t.
will undoubtedly have one of the
ed and adjudged tl at the next o f km
handsomest places to 1« found on o f said ward and all persons interested
in said estât», appear before this court
the Columbia River.
on the 28th cay o f May, 1910, to show
Dr W E Mulhollan, of Juneau, vestigating the appreciation in
The garbled account of this big cause why a license should not be grant-
•deal which occurred in last Sun- ed forth e sale o f said property, and it
j , l , *
Is further ordered that this order be
day s Oiegoman, stated that the pui,ijshed for three successive weeks
.price which Mr. Mayer paid for n irt<Afl<»i*r£*IIetiR, a newapaper o f , i.K)k after his interests here.
A. J. Derby and J. G. Vogt,
Call at the BULLETIN office and
the property was 11.500. or $60
The doctor, ha* W e d lntera.1. ^ tHy^ „ ^ v
wC„r'y^ , 5 “ “" ,e”
•»*»•» *MP i ™ '
Dated th isiu th day o f April, 1910.
per acre. As a matter o f figures
A p lake ,
in various parts of Oregon, and
-Kauffman. Dwvidaon, Semmel, of,'
the price was a fraction over
he is putting in his vacation in-1 -Dalles
a 28 -»i.
Walther-Williams Hdw. Co.
O. P. DABNEY and SONS.
MOSIER MARKET E
The Oregon Railroad
Mosier Lumber Co.
5 1-2 foot
W. E. C hown
Inquire o f any O.R. N. Agent for ¡move
GET B U S Y !!
Clean up the Town!