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E nterei as second-class matter March 12, 1909, at
the post office at Mosier. Oregon, under the A ct o f
MOSIER, WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY,
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IN ICHO L & CO.
G enet •al
M erci landise
A most interesting educational
meeting was held in Stroup’s Hood
J. ^ Li. U COLE,
o I s E ie
A E g N e n
/h e n
U L b > M M
R r A G
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Hall last Saturday night, when
J. T. Neff. County School Super
ONE HUNDRED PEOPLE
intendent, Prof. A. C. Strange
WILL ATTEND BOOSTER
Principal of The D a l l e s City
schools, and Rev. B. A. Warren, 1 t - v - » T 3 '\ T T ~ , 0 0
He can make your unitch keep time
Rector of the Episcopal Church, L l r \ . X \ l N X lik ^ O V_yQ*
Mosier will be the scene o f a
GA' ' OWELL’ M>!r'
big booster meeting Saturday and patrons o f the Mosier school
night. The invitation extended and addressed them on tike sub-! Harness and Saddlery Goods
to the businessmen of The Dalles jects o f proper training of the | Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
has been accepted, a special train young and the relationship of the Hand-made Harness a Specialty !
has been chartered, and about school and church. The large
HOOD RIVER - OREGON
100 people are going to help audience assembled proved the
“ whoop it up” for one of the
The New York Times, the ployed in the public schools to be
Revival Meetings Begin.
most progressive little towns in school felt in the discourse, and
Brooklyn Eagle, and the Associ able, upon requirement, to pass
Preacher,” last night began a ated Press are being sued by W. a satisfactory health examination
o f Mosier, Oregon,
The Mosier people are boosters a more intelligent idea o f the re
series o f revival meetings in the II. Hearst for sums aggregating is eminently proper. The cam
of a pronounced type, and they
Baptist Church, assisted by Rev. $700,000, because they reported
n o w o p en or b u s in e s s
paign against tuberculosis is her
always go one better than The speakers enlarged upon the
Ralph Chaffee and Rev. W. A. a speech which Mayor Gaynor of
far and wide as one of edu
Stark. It is the intention to hold
New York made at the Associ cation. How contradictory and
in the Christian Church and in ated Press dinner recently, in absurd in this view it is to em
re-christen«i and the big ban j spiritually and physically for the
the evening at the B a p t i s t which he said that “ two State ploy teachers in the schools wbp
quet and booster meeting was
prison felonies, namely, a forgery are in failing health, with ten
held, Mosier was represented by
and a falsification o f a public dencies t o w a r d tuberculosis.
prominent citizens and they came
John Burggraf is a business document, were committed in the Added to this is the fact that a
under the most unfavorable wea They stated a lamentable fact
eagerness o f this publisher and sick or ailing person can do noth
in Portland, (his week.
ther conditions, the storm making that many o f them were not so
editor (meaning Hearst) to wrong ing well, and the best efforts of
F. A. Howard, of Hood River,
men and women who are teach
trouble for the railroads, and it fitted in any of these respects,
was in town the first of the week the mayor of the City o f New ing the young are justly due to
was extremely uncertain whether and that they so often practiced
H. G. K I B B E E ' repairing the telephone system. York.” What’s the matter with j the duties o f their vocation. Ap
they could reach The Dalles. on the children at the children’s;
suing Mayor Gaynor for another plied with proper discretion, the
Miss Hannah Krouse, of The
But they took the chance and expense.
new rule cannot fail to be salu
Dalles, visited last Saturday and
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
came, and were there too with
Sunday with friends in Mofier.
their boost: and it was not con music, and Miss Bertha Booth j
M o s ie r
- - -
Cassius Demarest, o f Portland,
fined to Mosier, but to the whole rendered an instrumental solo.
Commercial Cl ub tomorrow
is visiting a few days with Ar taken by the School Board in the
of Wasco county.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
W . H. KERSLAKE, Mgr.
The Dalles is going to show school particularly appreciate the I
Messrs. Lee Evans, Bob Evans
Notice is hereby given that the part
the Mosier people that the spirit
Wo deal in improved and unimproved
H. F. Bothfur were visitors
of boosting as exemplified by the here and take the opportunity | frtit land in Mosier district. Send for nership heretofore existing under the in The Dallek yesterday.
firm name o f Denny & Harvey, con
Mosier people is appreciated, and
our Booklet o f Bargains.
C. T. Bennett was attending
the Mosier Market, at Mosier,
the big crowd that will go to that their thanks.
We are agents for the MOUNTAIN
business matters in The Dalles
Oregon, was dissolved, by mutual con
city next Saturday is going to
V i e w O rchard T ract , located South
sent, on the 7tli day of April, 1910, yesterday and Wednesday.
help boost and make things gen-
east o f Mosier. This land will be cut John Denny retiring from the firm and
up in small tracts to suit purchaser, D. P. Harvey continuing the business,
Mr. and Mrs. John Evans have
ei*ally lively. The special train
will leave the O. R. & N. depot of some kind must be employed and sold on easy payments.
assuming all obligations and collecting been spending the week in Hood
River with their daughter, Mrs.
all accounts o f the above named firm.
Paint that kitchen floor instead of scrub
at 7.40 in the evening, and, re by every man, no matter what
MOSIER, - - ORE.
J ohn D enny
bing it every few days or buying expensive coverings
turning, will leave Mosier about
D. P. H arvey
that grow dingy and show wear.
You can do it
II o’ clock. Every person who
W. A. HUSBANDS
It’ s easy and costs only a trifle.
can possibly get away should at
on the hill east of town, where
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE
tend this meeting, as it will show money.
he will erect a fine residence.
Horse Shoeing and General
what Mosier people have done by
Rev. Mr. Clevenger, Baptist
sticking together and shouting BANK; like other up-to-date
John A. Bell, a minor.
FLOOR PAINT (Granite!
Nowon this day. this cause com- m i" ,' Slte r ’ o f T h e D alleS ' P o a c h e d
all at once. Their noise has been
infton for hearing upon the petition o f to a large audience on Wednes-
ideal finish fo r kitchen, pantry and
heard in every part of the United
Earl D. Vickers, guardian of the person \ (ja y e v e n in g
laundry floors, steps and inside surfaces to
andestateof John A. Bell
States, and it is showing results
be walked upon. It’ s hard, durable,
praying for a license to sell the west
sanitary, easy to apply, easy to keep
Paul Higley, who is nightclerk
every day. Mosier should be the ments is concerned, hut we
clean, hard to wear out.
G e o . C h a m b e r l a i n half o f the southwest quarter o f the at the Mt. Hood Hotel, H^od
Mecca o f every businessman and
on tonight and you can walk on
southwest quarter o f Section 16,
Township 2 north, Range 12 east, River, visited his parents yester-
citizen next Saturday evening.—
presented for payment. In the
situated in Wasco County, Oregon, and day.
The Dalles Chronicle.
If It's * surface to b e painted,
it appearing to the court from such peti-
e n s m e le d , a ts ln ed , va r
interval between our monthly Fruit
nished o r finished In eny
tition that it is necessary and would be
D. E. Me kle, of Portland, has
w a y, there's en A cm e
statements you should keep
Q u a lity K in d to fl*
tate should be sold, it is therefore order- brought a fine Percheron horse
the purp ose.
MOSIER GETS ITS FACE
a record of
this on your
ed and adjudged that the next o f kin into the neighborhood for the
stubs, in order that neither of
W. E. CHOWN (
¡specialty of said ward and ail persons interested benefit o f stockmen and farmers
in said estate, appear before this court
us shall be embarrassed by an
O regon on the 28th day of May, 1910, to show who wish to improve the strain
overdraft. An overdraft sim- Mosier
| cause why a license should not be grant- o f their horses.
A few (mighty few) of the
___________ ed for the sale o f said property, and it
pfly means ‘ that one man’s
citizens got busy yesterday morn
is further ordered that this order be
check has been cashed with the
published for three successive weeks
ing and with rakes and shovels money of sonlebne else—which
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. D.
n the Mosier Bulletin, a newspaper o f
scrubbed Mosier’ s face—or Main is not right, nor is it good bank
general circulation in said county.
Dated this 27th day o f April, 1910.
Street. It hadnt been cleaned
Call at the B ulletin office and
ing. We have n<5t yet had to
A. E. L ake ,
since last spring, and the trans
Office 28 Residence 28 B
open an Overdraft Account HOOD RIVER
get tags to ship your hides to
formation was - startling.
and hope we never will.
Kauffman, Davidson, Semmel, of
•town stftfula extend Mr. William
Akers £''vbte &f thanks for the
Letters o f acceptance o f in vi-'
u se'of his team in hauling away
tations to the big meeting of the i
Commercial Club, to be held to-1
J The occasion of this stirring
x c u r s io n
a tes to th e
morrow night at Stroup’ s Hall, j
up df civic pride is the visit, to
have been received by C. A. Me- i
morrow, of a number of out-of-
D. P. H A R V E Y , Pro’p.
Cargar, President of the Club,
town people, who will attend th e,
and the indications are that many
meeting o f the Commercial Club.
prominent persons from Portland,;
To be sure, some o f them will
Fresh and Cured Meats
Hood River and The Dalles will
come and return at night, but
be in attendance. We wish to
others will remain over until Sun
draw particular attention to the
A C omplete line of furniture, mattresses, bedding,
day evening, and, of course, they
fact that Judge Webster, o f Port- j
O m ah a.........
will sr2e up the town and judge
land, will lie present and address
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the people by the condition o f j
the club on the subject of “ Good
their streets, front and back j
F r o m the remarks'
1 heard on every hand, it is evident
St. Paul via Council Bluffs............. 63.90
It should not be necessary to that the people in Mosier d is-;
G eo . H a a c k e , Pres.
he forced to clean house simply trict are fully alive to the neces
because company is coming. sity o f good roads, and conse
Duluth, direct........... ........................ 66.90
Material on hand, in
These clean-up days should occur quently there will, or should be,
Duluth, via Council Bluffs............. 67.50
Housewives k n o w a large numlier from the country
cluding lath and shingles
St. Louis........................................... 67.50
how dust and . dirt
Estimates given for ma
. . .
.present to hear the judge’ s ad-
sweeping and dusting is not done ; ^
terial for building. . .
Tickets will lie on sale May 2n 1 and 9th; June 2nd, 17th and 24th
It is so with the
MOSI ER - - OREGON
streets o f a town.
July 5th and 22nd; August 3rd; September 8th.
H. M. Huxley has moved his
amount o f energy expended fre
Ten days provided for the going trip.
quently in cleaning the streets family to the ranch East o f town,
Stop-overs within limits in either direc
and yards o f all kinds o f rubbish. where they will make their home. ;
tion. Final return limit three months
and a little care and thought ini He will develop his fruit ranch, ,
from date of sale, but not later than
A' pleasant place to spend a so
keeping them clean, will w ork! which he has owned for se veral j
Octolier 31st. One way through Califor
cial hour is at
wonders in the apnearanee o f the years. Mr. Huxley was latel\
nia $15 additional.
town. Let every property owner chosen general manager of the
S. E. Francisco’s Pool Room
keep his own premises clean of Mosier Fruit Growers’ Associ-
weeds and rubbish, and it will b e ! ation. He is well qualified to fil.,
an easy matter to keep the street the position, having filled a simi- j
S oft D rinks , C andy , C igars
lar office for the Hood River Fruit!
¡H ood River's Reliable Jeweler for
^DAVENPORT, 5 Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
ADVERTISE IN THE BULLETIN
and Get Results.
The Arthur & Burt Drug Co.,
Prescriptions a Specialty.
GIVE US A CALL.
The M o s i e r Hills
Land & Orchard
0. P. D AB N E Y and SONS.
MOSIER MARKET E
FROM ALL POINTS ON
The Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co
Mosier Lumber Co.
5 1-2 foot : : $15
: : $20
8 1-3 “
: $ 22.50
Stock on hand.
Buy ^ W.
Inquire o f any O.R. & N. Agent for more
Berry pickers are so scarce in
B™* Glenn, after a wo^k s
Milton and surrounding country v's' 1
her daughter. . rs.
t h a t strawberry growers a re; A. Shogren. returned to her home
threatened with a heavy loss.
>n Portland last Satuiday.
W IL L IA M M C M U R R A Y ,
PASSEN GER AGENT.