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About Mosier bulletin. (Mosier, Or.) 1909-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1910)
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
H. G. KIBBEE, Proprietor
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Entered as second-class matter March 1*, 1909, a3
the post office at Mosier, Oregon, under the Act of»
March 3. 1879.
Red Letter Day for Mosier.
Hundreds Assemble at Banquet
Portland, Hood River and The Dalles Join Hands With. Mosier
and Partake o f her Hospitality.
J. E. COLE. M osikk A gent
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MOSIER, WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1910
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H ood River's Reliable Jeweler for
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
¡I n ÌCHC >L & CO.
I Genei 'al
I Merci landise
He can make your watch keep time
Last Saturday was a Red Let roads,” as was expected. He
GAY YOWELL. Mgr.
ter day for Mosier, the occasion was followed by Tom Richard
being the well advertised meet son, whose first remark was to Harness and Saddlery Goods
ing of the Commercial Chib. the effect that the first thing
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
Most of the residents of the Mosier needed « » a three-story Hand-made Harness a Specialty
o s ie r
District who are interested in brick hotel; that there were men
Mosier’s prosperity were in at present who would take stock in H O O D RIVER - O R E G O N
tendance to welcome the numer it and that with a little enter
Is it possible that young Ame-1 return o f that occasion. It will
ous guests from out o f town. prise it could be built. Mr. Rich
The Arthur & Burt Drug Coi,
G E TTIN G TH E B A N K
The meeting was hetd in Stroup’ s ardson was very optimistic as to
rica can be convinced of, or edu -! probably be difficult to wean him
H A B IT .
o f Mosier, Oregon,
Hall, which was taxed to its ca-1 Mosier’ s future. In fact, all the
cated to, the fact that, while \ from the blood-bought right to do
speakers expressed the opinion
Every young man who
’ freedom was born amid powder,’ , as his fathers and grand-fathers
IS N O W O P E N F O R B U S IN E S S ,
The people from the surround- that “ Mosier” was a name to be
starts a bank account and
it isn’ t necessary to make the before him have done; but it can
Carrying a full line o f Drugs, Patent Medicine, Station
ing country took a holiday Sat- reckoned with in the commercial
usual noise on the fourth of every • be done. Already movements
maintains it is doing some
arday and poured into town all j world and that herTame as the
July, and take the usual chances 1 are afoot in various sections of
thing that will surely raise
ery, Sundries, Toilet Articles, Ice Cream, Candy and
day. These, with the town peo- home of the finest apples grown
of maimed hands, powder marked ! the country to do away with so
his standing in the commu
pie and the guests from out-of- > was spreading to the markets of
nity. At the same time the
faces and blinded eyes, to prove much noise and the risk to life
town, gave Mosier the appear the world
habits of system, accuracy
their patriotism and love of coun and property, and have a ‘sane’
Prescriptions a Specialty.
ance of Fair Day at the county
The local band and the band
and economy developed will
try? As a matter of fact, the Fourth. Fireworks will not be
seat. The local train brought a that accompanied the delegation
prove valuable as factors of
average young American boy is entirely eliminated, but the use
number o f visitors from Hood from The Dalles, furnished mu-
actuated less by his feelings of of them will be left to citizens
Ri ver and a special brought a big j sic for the occasion.
One of the greatest advan
patriotism than by an inborn love of mature judgment, and not
bunch from Portland. At 8:80 j Everybody wa3 enthusiastic' ------ -------------------------
tages o f a bank account is
of a racket. He knows that the irresponsible a n d thoughtless
G. K I B B E E
a special train brought an even ¡over the meeting and the feeling ^ 'P J j g
JVJ O S i O T
the actual amount o f money
Fourth o f July was made the youth. This is most proper, and
hundred people from The Dalles was strongly apparent that the
accumulated, which is a val
occasion, at one time in the his many lives and much property
—men who are prominent and j sa»iai and business ties between 1
uable reserve for presenter
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
tory o f this country, for rejoicing will thus be saved to the country.
enthusiastic boosters o f their j hosier and The Dalles, Hood ;
expressed loudly by the ringing
Rev. H. C. Clark returned last
M o s ie r
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own town and who possess the River and Portland, were united i
It is a common thing for a
of bells and firing of guns, and night from Corvallis, much im
spirit of friendliness and pro more firmly because o f this get- j
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION, j young man on salary to cash I hails with delight the yearly proved in health.
gressiveness toward Mosier, as ting together.
W. H. KERSLAKE, Mgr.
his pay check and carry the
was proven by their numbers j The Dalles visitor* left for
around in his pocket
We deal in improved and unimproved
home at 11 o’ clock. Those from
all gone. Frequent
After a bounteous repast, pre Portland, who came up in a pri frait land in Mosier district. Send for firm name o f Denny & Harvey, con- j ly he is without funds before
pared by the ladies of Mosier, vate car, remained over until our Booklet of Bargains.
ducting the Mosier Market, at Mosier, ' the next pay day comes, and
topped off with delicious straw Sunday and, with Secretary Skin- We are agents for the M o u n t a in Oregon, was dissolved, by mutual con- \ is surprised to find that he
berries furnished by A. P. Bate- . ner, of the Hood River Commer- V i e w O r c h a r d T r a c t , located South sent, on the 7th day of April, 1910, j doesn't know where ail his
ham, the speakers of the eve- cjai d u b, were taken over Mosier j 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,
ning were introduced by C. A. - Djgtrict in automobiles and 1'lgS and sold on easy payments.
Deposit your pay checks
assuming all obligations and collecting
McCargar, President o f the Com to view the orchards where the
all accounts o f the above named firm.
with the MOSIER VALLEY
MOSIER, - - ORE.
mercial Club. Fred Wilson made Mosier Apples grow. Monday’s i
J ohn D enny
BANK and pay your bills
D . P. H a r v e y
the address of welcome on behalf Oregonian contained a write-up;
with checks. You can then
W. A. HUSBANDS
o f Mosier, as Fte fias large inter on this trip which concludes this
keep track o f your expenses
ests here and the people of Mo way:
B l a c k s m it h
and save money besides.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE !
sier like to think that he feels
OF OREGON FOR WASCO COUNTY.
Shoeing and General
Mr. McMurray declared that Horse
In the matter of the Guardianship of j
as one of them. He was fol the meeting Saturday and the
John A. Bell, a minor.
lowed by W. Biddle-Welles, who excursion had been a revelation
Now on this day, this cause com- j
thanked Mosier on behalf of the
Y o u can d o it yourself and at
OREGON ing on for hearing upon the petition o f j
to him. So impressed was Mr. : MOSIER
Earl D. Vickers, guardian of the person j
little expense. It’ s easy to give it
visiting guests, for the hospital McMurray that on the return!
andestateof John A. Bell, a minor, | Audery Fraederick was absent
a beautiful, hard, brilliant, varnish-
ity extended, and spoke of the trip he was busily engaged in
praying for a license to sell the west | the first of the week on account
glos* finish in black or rich, appro
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many natural advantages that figuring the prospects of build G EO. G H A M B E R L A IN I half of the southwest quarter of the I e
! southwest quarter of Section 16, j or P °I80n oaK.
Mosier possessed and her .bright ing a Summer home at the town
Laura Kibbee has returned to
on the Columbia. J. R. Veitch,
R EA L E S T A T E
prospects for the future.
I situated in Waaco County, Oregon, and
general freight agent of the Chi-
finish her year’s work.
Judge Webster, o f Portland, chago, Milwaukie & St. Paul, Fruit
i tition that it is necessary and would be
Wilbur, Jessie a n d George
then gave a most interesting said that he would sell his East
CARRIAGE PAINT (Neal’a)
beneficial to said ward that said real es
tate should be sold, it is therefore order- Denny have moved away.
talk on “ Good Roads,” telling of lern stock ranch and start a fruit
is made especially to give to buggi
, ed and adjudged that the next of kin
the imperative need of them and orchard, while Assistant General
and vehicles o f all kinds a tough, durable, glossy
bpecialty Of said ward and all persons interested The final examinations will be
finish that will look well and wear well.
A n ideal
in said estate, appear before this court given in Miss Booth’s room on
explaining how they could be se- Q R & N* encouraged the rail-
Oregon on the 28th day of May, 1910, to show
finish for settees, flow er stands, porch furniture,
cured at no great cost to the in- roac| men, as he speculated on
| cause why a license should not be grant- Thursday and Friday of this
garden tools, and all surfaces that must withstand
ed for the sale o f said property, and it week.
dividual, prophesying that with- future cars and tonnage,
exposure and hard usage. Ready
is further ordered that this order be
in a few years Oregon will be
The party reached Portland
to brush on and the label tells h ow .
o i , in x iin u p
published for three successive weeks
Henry Page is absent picking
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. D.
n the Mosier Bulletin, a newspaper of
criss-crossed with a network of early last night and were unani
If it*s «surface to be painted, enameled, stained.
general circulation in said county.
mous in declaring that Mosier
D e n t is t
varnished, o r finished in any way there's
good, permanent roads.
Dated this 27th day of April, 1910.
an A cm e Quality Kiutl to fit tba purpose.
offered a country almost without o f f i c e o v e r b u t l e r b a n k i n g c o m p a n y
Wm. McMurray then took the
A. E. L ake ,
parallel in the West, no less from
exam, last week and is excused
W. E. C H O W N,
floor and favored the audience a scenic point o f view than from HOOD RIVER
from school session this week.
with a dissertation on the “ Low the viewpoint of the bona fide1
The final exercises for "the
ly Apple,” instead o f “ Rail- settler.
school year will be held at Stroup’s
Hall next Wednesday evening,
This Sounds Good.
Good Roads Meeting tt The Dalles
May 25th. Mr. Warren, o f The
Mr. E. B. Piper, o f ’ the O re-'
x c u r s io n
a te s to th e
Judd Fish, Secretary of The
Dalles, will give the lecture. No
Dalles Business Men.s Associa gonian, who was unavoidably de
admission; everybody welcome. D U R IN G 1910
FR O M A L L P O IN T S O N
tion, has sent out notices that on tained from attending Mosier’ s :
After the lecture ice cream,
Wednesday, May 25, the U. S. booster meeting, in a personal;
H O O D R IV E R
cake and strawberries will be
Good Roads Demonstration Com letter to Mr. McCargar, speaks
served for twenty-five cents, the
NOW LOCATED IN
mittee will be in The Dalles in as follows regarding Mosier’s!
proceeds to pay expenses. The
charge of Maurice W. Eldridge,
O p e r a h o u s e b l d ’ g .
net proceeds will be'added to the
the best good roads eathority in quote a paragraph, which shows
A C om plete line of furniture, mattresses, bedding,
Council Bluffs |
the United States. He will have what Oregonians themselves,
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stoves, ranges, tin and granite ware dishes, trunks, valises.
stereopticon view s, etc., which who are well acquainted with j
are intensely interesting to every other sections o f the state, think
We will pay the freight on bills of $20 or over to
one, both businessmen and farm of Mosier. Mr. Piper says:
“ If opportunity offers, I should
ers, and if we want good roads
St. Paul via Council Bluffs............. 63.90
it will be well to attend this he pleased to have you convey to
D . P. H A R V E Y , Pro’p.
Minneapolis direct............................ 60.00
meeting and give him the proper the Commercial Club o f Mosier. i
Minneapolis, via Council Bluffs— 63.90
encouragement and he will then
demonstrate just what can be
via Council Bluffs................67.60
done. Judge Lionel Webster,
St. Louis........................................... 67.60
of Portland, City Chairman of Mosier go forward rapidly. You
ADVERTISE IN THE BULLETIN
and Get Results.
GIVE US A CALL.
Land & Orchard
O. P. DABNEY and SONS.
the State Good Roads Associa have the lands, the climate and
tion, will accompany Mr. El the people to make a great com
dridge. Judge Webster is an munity. Your future, it seems
eloquent and forceful speaker to me, rests with you, and there
and is thoroughly interested in can be no doubt that you will
this work. He has made a study seize every proper opportunity j
of the work and will impart in to promote your own interests,
formation that will make the and welfare, which mean the
system o f building good roads welfare and interest o f the state.” |
profitable, economical and bene
Ground was broken this week !
It would be well if Mosier sent for a residence for C. J. Little-
a delegation to this meeting next 1 pa?e on hjs p|ace at Grand v few.
Wednesday. We need good roads The building, which will be semi
and we can learn how to get them bungalow in style and contain
at that time.
eight rooms and a basement, is
being erected by Guy Wilson and
The Mosier Boosters must keep will cost in the neighborhood of
$ 2500 .
The Oregon Railroad & Navigat-on Co
5 1-2 foot
8 1-3 u n : : $20
Stock on hand.
Buy N W.
A pleasant place to spend a so
cial hour is at
Tickets will be on sale May 2nd and 9th; June 2nd, 17th and 24th
July 6th and 22nd; August 3rd; September 8th.
Ten days provided for the going trip.
Stop-overs within limits in either direc
tion. Final return limit three months
from date of sale, but not later than
October 31st One way through Califor
nia $16 additional.
S. E. Francisco’s Pool Room
D rinks ,
C a n d y , C igars
Inquire of any OP. & N. Agent for more
W ILL IA M M CM UR R AY.
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT.