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About Mosier bulletin. (Mosier, Or.) 1909-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1910)
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t Entered as second-class matter March 12, 1909, at
the post office at Mosier, Oregon, under the A ct o f
V O L . II
M O SIE R , W A S C O C O U N T Y , O R E G O N , F R ID A Y ,
A VERTISING RATH
O b # square
Oaa Colum n.. . . . . .
Business locals witf be afcèfted
at I t e r t l M
H. C. KIBBEE, Proprietor
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for sech insertien
Legal adrefc-tiscVnenta will in a l l ------ 1 h
to the party ordering them, at legal i
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lias been a menace to the build-
“ FINE LAUNDRY W ORK"
Strouo’ s Hall was crowded last [inh's in the immediate vicinity,as
Done with neatness and dispatch
Wednesday evening to witness w i'i as 10 the entire town tor,
the closing exercises o f the Mo- since it has been abandoned it
sier public school. The hall was has been the rendezvous for Hood River Laundry Company
artistically decorated with fir tramps at all seasons o f the year
J. E. COLE, M oxihr A aient
Roughs and Oregon Grape, the and a P^y house for the boys o f
latter predominating, interwoven the town who, like the other ir-
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with Syringa and white roses, responsible persons, have been
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while across the front o f the careless with matches. Fortu-,
platform, entwined in the festoon nately, no fire has as yet been L I A L> M IV fJ k J ( Y )
He can make your u atch keep time
o f green, ran broad ribbons o f started as a consequence, but it ^
blue and gold— the class colors. is liable to occur at any timetind
g a y y o w e l l , Mgr.
"Vases of cut flowers adorned the fit has been a bugbear to the citi- H
, „ addlerv C(tf)lU
The d a s , m o t t o , (M M .P T tta .b r l, a , there i . no Ha™ ”
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g ” *
A D V E R T IS E IN T H E B U L L E T IN
‘ ‘ ‘Climb,” appeared in large le t-¡-J * protection here. Should a 1 Rand-made Harness a Snecialtv
> t e r s o f b l u e a n d g o l d o n t h e wall, h r e ' o n c e s t a r t in t h e o l d s h a c k
and Get Results.
The program, as printed, was and gain headway with a wind H O O D RIVER - 'O R E G O N
carried out, the pupils rendering blowing from the west, the prob- [-------- ■ -------- ------.------------------------
several songs in a very credit- ability is that a greater part of
tives. After the ceremony and i
able manner. Miss Booth’ s in -. the town »weal'd be wiped o u t
congratulations the w e d d i n g !
strumental solo was much appre-
R >8 the inteririomef the A sso-1
o f Mosier, Oregon,
party sat down to a sumptuous
; ciation to tear-dbWn the dryer as
dinner prepared by the groom ’s
Rev B. A. Warren, of The soon as possibieiand build a forty
IS N O W O P E N F O R B U S IN E S S ,
niece, Mrs. Conners. The con
Dalles, delivered the class ad- * foot addition -onto ‘the east end
Carrying a full line o f Drugs, Patent Medicine, Station
tracting parties need no introduc
dress, which was interesting and of the packinghouse, which will
tion, as they are both old ^nd
ery, Sundries, Toilet Articles, Ice Cream, Candy and
•Instructive and was listened to , he used as a store room for box-
I favorably known residents of
with close attention.
|es- crBtes. spr*yi»g materials,
this vicinity, Mr. Davis being
Superintendent Neff, in well etc. Thfe office \VilUi3o‘be moved
one o f our most influential and
chosen words, then presented | into ¡the new part.
nauaManiMai■<■■!■ i * i i—
nMaui JMMPBmm 1 — a■— —Jfc—
successful fruit growers. They
the diplomas to the three gradu- I give considerable additionalSpace
will immediately take up their
sfetes, Ale fora Flaacke, Mattie j foe tin- packing o f fruit.
residence on his beautiful farm
G IV E U S A C A L L .
Hudson and Wendell Taylor. In I
just south o f town. The follow
•concluding his remarks, Mr. Neff SPIRIT o f THE DALLES.
ing friends were present: Mr. J.
spoke of the disadvantage under j
M. Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
which the teachers have been j That The Dallesisin-i he booster The M o s i e r
Cai-Ison and family, Mr. and
working on account'of the mum- column, and'away up ai theheacL
j Mrs. J. Connors and family, Mr.
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
her of pupils and grades, point- at that, will be proven at the j
Thus. H. Gordon, Mrs. W. A.
M o s ie r
ing out the difficulty in giving j Portland Rose Festival.
o f Portland, sister of
each class and grade the pit per business men of the Cherry City
the bride, and Rev. and Mrs. W.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
amount of time, and advised the have asked ¡the management of
W. H. KERSLAKE, Mgr.
■school board to secure a third the festival'that one day bededb
N otice is hereby given that the part
We deal in improved and unimproved
teacher for the Fall term, as rated for The Dailes. It is stated
nership heretofore existing under the
there will be an increased at that every business house in The
firm name o f Denny & Harvey, con
tendance in the Fall. There will Dalles Will close on that day, and
ducting the Mosier Market, at Mosier,
Those neither absent nor tardy
be too many pupils for two teach that a thousand'of the citizens at We are agents for the M ountain Oregon, was dissolved, by mutual con
iew O rchard T ract , located South
school year are: Grace
ers to handle properly, and the
sent, on the 7th day o f April, 1910, |
necessity is apparent o f either The Dhlles roses and The Dalles j east of Mosier. This land will be cut John Denny retiring from the firm and Higley, Stark Akers, Willie De-
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securing another teacher or drop fruit will be exhibited in
.. a11 tracts to suit purchaser, D. P. Harvey continuing the business, Pee> Emily Husbands, Dean Du-
and sold on easy payments.
assuming pil obligations and collectin g , val I, Estel Akers, Mary Higley.
p in g the ninth and tenth grades. prominent store window in Pórt-Í
all accounts o f the above named firm.
| T h e ^ f i o o l library will lie Open
MOSIER. - - 'ORE.
The Dalles people fare
The latter alternative would be lany.
J ohn D enny
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D . P. H a r v e y
Ievery Friday from 2 till 3 p.m.
be mosrt unfortunate, as MoSier wide awake, and know how to
Books will be loaned to school
'has prided herseff on her excel gain publicity.
W. A. HUSBANDS
for two weeks. If not
lent school facilities and theelirrr
B l a c k s m it h
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE renewed at the end o f two weeks
¡nation of two important grades
Some of the »younger people Horse Shoeing and General
OF OREGON FOR W ASCO COUNTY.
would seriously handicap the will be pleased to It hrn that kis
In the matter o f the Guardianship o f ' a fin e ° f ° n e C en t Per day W i l l be
John A. Bell, a minor.
Alefora Haacke, Li-
efficiency of the school.
sing has at last received the ap
Now on this day, this cause com- brarian.
At the conclusion of the exer proval of the medical fraternity. MOSIER
OREGON ing on for hearing upon the petition o f (
There h a v e been fifty-two
Earl D. Vickers, guardian o f the person
cises, ice cream, cake and straw Dr. A. M. Worthington, of the
a n d e s ta te o f John A. Bell, a minor, books added for the year 1909-10,
berries were served, a unique medical school at Harvard, an
praying for a license to sell the west
feature o f the ice cream being expert 'on bacteria, says that G e o . C h a m b e r l a i n half o f the southwest quarter o f the making a total o f 239. Only one
southwest quarter o f Section
16, book, “ The Orcutt Girls,” is not
that it Was prepared ifc colors of there is ho reaheh Whatever why
Township 2 north, Range 12 east, accounted for.
R EA L E S T A T E
blue and gold,
¡healthy a n d W*fel 1-intentioned j
situated in W asco County, Oregon, and
If anyone has taken this hook
The graduates’ bouquets of car*: C0Up]eg should not Ihdulge iu ! Fruit
it appearing to the court from such peti-
tition that it is necessary and would be by mistake, please return it to
nations and roses were presented kissing to their heart’ s content! j
beneficial to said ward that said real es
by the teachers, Mrs. Gove also: p or a long tithe rtiany Scientistsi
tate should be sold, it is therefore order- the librarian.
paid for before affidavits are furnished.
; NICHOL & CO.
Hood River*s Reliable Jeweler for General
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
j^ ^ lo S IE R
O ftÈ G O N
The Arthur & Burt Drug Co.,
IS S U E S
Prescriptions a Specially.
^ ^ 'A merican B ankers A ssociation
C T h e self-identifying credit for travelers. Cashed
at par in every civilized country. Accepted ia
payment of hotel charges, railroad and steamship
tickets, sleeping car service and other expenses of
Safer and more convenient than
money or drafts.
M O S IE R V A L L E Y BANfc
M ake the
Hom e Bright
W orn, shabby floors, marred, scratched
woodwork, dingy, scuffed furniture can all
be reffnished and made to look like new. Y ou can do it
yourself at a trifling cost
stainsand varnishes at oneoperation, impart- ,
ing to all kinds of surfaces the elegant
effect and durable, lustrous surface <
beautifully finished oak, mahogany,
walnut, or other expensive woods.
If it’s a surface to be palnfM,
enameled, stained, varnished or
finished in any wav there’
an A cm e Quality Iliad to
iU the purpose.
ied and adjudged that the next o f kin
presenting each with a class pin , have advanced the theory that
s p e cia lty Of said ward and h II persons interested
»and a book.
| kissing ’is fidhgerous, 'on the
in said estate, appear before this court
Oregon on the 28th day o f May, 1910, to show
The teachers. Mrs. Gove &s|grounfi8 that 'through this prac- 1 Mosier
i cause why a license should not be grant-
prindpal and Miss Booth as her tice microbfes art transmitted
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ed for the sale o f said property, and it
is further ordered that tnis order be
■hble assistant, are to be congTat- from one petfeob to another, Te-
published for three successive weeks
'ulated on the successful termina- suiting in the illness o f one'or
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. D
n the Mosier Bulletin, a newspaper o f
general circulation in said county.
‘tion of the school year, and the , both parties. On being asked a's I
D e n t is t
Dated this 27th day o f April, 1910.
school board and patrons gener- j to whether kissing was harmful, 0FFICEovER « ^ ^ nk ' nccomi any
A . - i '. L a k e ,
Office 28 Resilience 28 B
ally are well pleased to have Dr. Worthington'said: ‘Kissing
HOOD RIV E R
them take charge of '•the -school, harmful? Certdinly noL There
jg no possible reason in the world
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Why, when two self-respfictihg, |
wholesome persons meet lip to
^NATURE a s s i s t s
lip, they cah’ t break away w ith-;
APPLE G ROW ERS.
out upsetting 'the bacterial bal
The Hood River NeWs sayS:--- ance. ” We'hre huite sure that
'“ We learn from one of the promi the Worths doctor's statement ]
nent orchardists in the valley! will at least meet with the ap-
O. P. D A B N E Y and SONS.
that nature is lendihg a helping! Pr<>val of W'me of ihe y o ^ g e r,
hand in4he orchards this spring. Mosierites, for, already, we can
The apples are thinning them- in fahey heal- the sigh of relief
WelVes very nicely, saving much Which Will escape from many a
burdened mind as a result of the
labor and expense. The apples
remaining on the trees are firm,
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perfectly shaped artd cledV o f
blemish, making the prospects I At laat. after much waiting
o f a fine crop perfect.
!an.d speculation, Mos.entes ob-
“ So far no fungus generally! tained a
vww 6ft Mr‘ Comet
¡has appeared, and as compared last Monday night. It was some-
With last year, no brown aphis. , *hat ° f a disappointment how-
There is occasionally some aphis eveU 83 »t was not \er> »right,
seen, b h t t h e a p p e a r a n c e o f p e s t s and the tari was docked like the
o f any kind is normal. It is ex Caudhl appendage of an imported
The comet is supposed -
pected that the apple harvest, horse.
like the berries, w ill begin e a r l y , to showXp tMMt brt l.anUy about
this year, and be o f unusual qual- : " ext SuKdi* " ^ h L l i f clouds do
ity as well as quantity.”
obscure ’it>. after which it
| will grow dimmer as it journeys
Pi uit Association Buys Dryer. I on its 75.years’ druise thru space.
The Mosier Fruit Growers'
Association last week purchased , D A V lS -T R Y O N N U P T IA L S ,
•the old fruit dryer building,
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which stands directly east o f the
A vel*y quiet and impressive
packinghouse. The purchase was ] wedding was solemnized last
made for two reasorts. First, in ! Wednesday -at high noon, when
order to secure room to build an 1 Rev. W. A. Stark united Wm. A*
addition to the packing house Davis and Mrs. Anna Tryon,
and second, to remove danger both o f this Vicinity, in the holy
bonds of wedlock at the home of
from their packing plant.
The old dryer has served its the groom in the presence o f a
purpose, but for several years it few intimate friends and rela-,
NOW LOCATED IN
O p e r a H o u s e B ' l d ’ g .
‘A C o m p l e t e line o f furniture, mattresses, bedding,
stoves, ranges, tin and granite ware dishes, trunks, valises.
We ^will pay the freight en bills o f $20 or over to
W. E CHO W N.
On Wednesday evening next
the Loyal Bereans, o f the Christ
ian Church, will entertain the
public o f Mosier at a Strawberry
Festival, to he held in the church
at eight o ’clock. Songs, read
ings, recitations, etc., will be the
leading features of the entertain
ment. At the close o f the pro
gram, cake, strawberries and
cream will be served for the
nominal price of 15c. The pro
ceeds o f the entertainment will
!go towards paying for the new
organ which the class received
about two weeks ago.
will be barrels of fun, and the
residents are assured a goold
S P E C IA L
Stock on haná.
Buy N W .
June 6th to Ilth.
M O SIER M A R K E T The Oregon Railroad & Navigation C a
D EALE R IN
ONE AND ONE-THlfeD FARE
Fresh and Cured Meats
FROM ALL POINTS IN
Oregon, Washington & Idaho,
From Plndleton and'all stations west
thereof in Oregon, including branches:
JUNE 6th, 8th and-l«th.
A pleasant place to spend a so-
cial hour is at
S. E. Francisco’s Pool Room
W .E . C hown
PO RTLAN D ROSE FESTIVAL.
D . P. H A R V E Y , Pro’p.
5 1-2 foot :
M O S IE R
S o ft
D r in k s ,
C a n d y , C igars
From all other stations:
JUNE 6th and 8tk
Final return limit,••JUNE 15th.
For further particulars as bo rate«retc.,%ifc$fytoanyO. R. AN .
Ajhrnt, or to
W IL L IA M M C M U R F Ä Y ,
GENERAL P A S S E N G E R AGENT,