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About Mosier bulletin. (Mosier, Or.) 1909-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 3, 1910)
H. G. KIBBEE, Proprietor
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MOSIER, W ASC O C O U N T Y , OREGON, F R ID A Y ,
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L«sral advertisements Will in all i
Entered as second-class matter March 12, 1909, at
the post office at M«*sier, Oregon, under the A ct o f
March 3. 1879.
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to the party ordering them, at legal rates,
paid foH*efore affidavits are furuished.
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“ FINE LAUNDRY WORK”
Owing to the dedication of the
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new Methodist Episcopal Church
The District Fair Association at White Salmon next Sunday,
will hold its Annual Fair in The June^S. ihtf>e will be no morning Hood River Laundry Company
J. E. COLE, M o s ie r A g e n t
Dalles in October and now is the service in the Baptist Church at
time for the farmers, stockmen Mosier. There will be an eve-
ami race horse men to begin to ning service conducted by the
get their exhibits and horses pastor.
ready. The Association will give
The pastor urges all who can
suitable purses for stock, racing, to attend this dedication service.
He can make your watch keep time
I The pastor o f the new church at
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GAY YOWELL, Mgr.
Everyone is interested in a White Salmon, the Rev. H. C.
county or district fair. Many | Clark, was the former pastor at Harness and Saddlery Goods
will have exhibits, either of live- Mosier and Cascade Locks.
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
stock, poultry, fruits, grains, |
Hand-made Harness a Specialty
o s ie r
manufactures, art and needle j Church of Christ Notes,
work, everything, in fact, which
shows care, intelligent thought| T bj services were very good!
and progress o f a thrifty people, j last Sunday. The choir render-
It is hoped that* the people will ed good music and ¡the special
make a special effort to exhibit| was fine. Come and hear the'
o f Mosier, Oregon,
the best they have in their line. choir. More fine renditions are
IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS,
The Association will send out promised.
full information later.
Next Lord’ s Day m nning th e:
Carrying a fuli line o f Drugs, Patent Medicine, Station
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subject will be “ Bishops or|
ery, Sundries, Toilet Articles, Ice Cream, Candy and
Tom Richardson to Retire.
¡Elders in Every Church of
The ©regonifm’ atys that Tom Christ,” and in the evering,
Richardson has tendered his res- Dives and Lazarus,
ignation as publicity manager of! Our Bible School is still in-
the Portland Commercial Club! creasing but we want more peo- j
and secretary of the Oregon De pie in it, and we want you. Our I
velopment League, to become Schod- is a front rank one andi
effective June 30. Both of these we have suitable classes for e v -!
organizations, and all kindred erybody.
The best recommend for any ■
organizations in the state, will
is to go to Bible School and I
miss him for, while there are
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
many ether Richardsons, there’ s
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H. C ampbell C o r k ,
only one “ Tom.”
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
W . H. KERSLAKE, Mgr.
McCann Shoots ldimseff.
Notice is hereby given that the part
H. L. McCann, principal of the W E W A N T YOU TO S A Y . j We deal in improved and unimproved
ners! ip heretofore existing under the
Gilliam County High School, at
“ I feel a personal interest
firm name o f Denny & Harvey, con
Condon, committed suicide last
our Booklet o f Bargains.
in the bank where I, do busi
the Mosier Market, at Mosier,
Monday by shooting himself in
We are agents for the M ountain
Oregon, was dissolved, by mutual con
V ibw O kcuakd T hact , located Soutli-
the head. His liody was found
We have heard expressions
sent, on the 7th day o f April, 1910,
at a deserted cabin in a canyon
from a number of our depos i east of Mosier. This land will be cut John Denny retiring from the fine. and
up in small tracts to suit purchaser, D. P. Harvey continuing the business,
five miles from Condon.
itors indicating that they
| and sold on easy payments.
assuming all obligations and collecting
McCann, who is a married man
entertain that sort of feeling
all accounts o f the above named firm.
51 yfeaVa did With three grown
toward the MOSIER VAL
J ohn D knny
children, appears to have at
LEY BANK. We like this
I ). P. H a r v e y
tempted undue familiarity with
and hope that all our custom
W. A. HUSBANDS
Some of the girl students, who
ers feel the same way.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE
informed their parents. Fear
alizing that the interests of
OF OREGON FOR WASCO COUNTY.
Shoeing and General
ing the disgrace which exposure
a bank and its customersirtYfe
In thf'matti-r of the Guardianship of
John A. Bed!, a minor.
would bring to his hitherto un-
mutual, we want you to feel
Now on this day, this cause com
tarn ished name, MtCann took
OREGON ing on for hearing upon the petition of
Earl D. Vickers, guardian of the person
“ THIS,.IB MY BANK.”
-------------------------------------------------------- a intestate o f John A. Bell, a minor,
Prof. McCann was known here
praying for a license to sell the west
You are always" welcome
in Mosier. He purchased ten
CrEO. C H A M B E R L A I N half o f the southwest quarter o f the
here, whether you come to
, southwest quarter o f Section 16,
acres of fruit land here last Fall
pay or to receive. We are
Township 2 north, Range 12 east,
and spent about two weeks in
here to serve you and to
situated in Wasco County, Oregon, and
Mosier and Hood River.
1 it appearing to the court from such peti-
work out new plans by which
tition that it is necessary and would be
we may please you and by
beneficial to said ward that said real es-
-Buys Duvall Property.
t.at<^should be sold, it is therefore order-
which the business o f the
ed anti adjudged that the next o f kin
George Sellinger, whose tem-
community may be facilitat
¡specialty o f said ward and all persons interested
.porary home has been at Cascade
in said estate, appear before this court
ed. Coiiie in and learn how
Oregon on the 28th day of May, 1910, to show
Locks since he sold his ranch
we are able and willing to
I cause why a license should not be grant-
#iear town, was in towh the first
_ _ _ _ _ _ ed for the sale o f said property, and it
help you in financial mat
is furtiier ordered that this order be
e f the week and while here he
published for three successive, weeks
purchased the D. M. Duvall resi
C. H. JENKINS, D M. D.
n the Mosier Bulletin, a newspaper of
circulation in said ccunty.
dence. Mr. Sellinger will move
Loyal Bereans Entertain.
\ OFFICE OVER BUTLER BAN KIN G COMPANY
Dated this 27th day o f April, 1910.
back to Mosier as soon as Mr.
•V . E . L a k e ,
The Loyal Bereans entertained
Office 28 Residence 28 IJ
Duvall can vacate, which will the Mosier public on Wednesday
largely depend on the condition evening, in the lecture room of
o f his young son, Guy, who is at the Christian Church. An elab- '
orate program had been ar
present sick with pneumonia.
Mr. Sellinger, who has lived in ranged but was curtailed, as a
number were absent who had in
This community so many years,
tended taking part
wanted to remain here after sell
Rev. H. C. Clark made a good
ing his ranch, but at the time it address on “ Character” which, I
was impossible for him to se while brief, was decidedly to the
-D. P. H A R V E Y , Pro’p.
H O O D R IV E R
cure a house and he was forced point. The numbers by George!
to go to Cascade Locks and wait Carroll, Leslie Webb, Mrs. N. P.
until he could buy or rent here. Sturgess and John Carroll, were
NOW LOCATED IN
Fresh and Cured Meats
By this deal he has secured a well rendered and received ap
O pera H ouse B* l d g .
very desirable town residence, propriate applause.
from which a beautiful view of
After the exercises, ice cream,
A C omplete line of furniture, mattresses, bedding,
the Columbia may be had.
cake and strawberries were \
stoves, ranges, tin and granite ware dishes, trunks, valises.
served in the basement o f the]
We will pay the freight on bills o f $20 or over to
church. The proceeds netted
$6.25, which amount will be ap
The Mosier ball twirlers “ got plied on the payment o f a new
it in the neck” again, last Sun organ, which the society recent
day, when they went to Husum ly purchased.
•and lost out by a score of 7 to 10.
O N E A N D O N E -T H IR D F A R E
j A pleasant place to spend a so
Mosier was in the lead up to the •ittisfc Rdkie Cariienter came up
cial hour is at
7th inning, the score being 4 to from Portland last Saturday
FR O M A L L P O IN T S IN
'6. About this time our boys ap night and visited over Sunday
parently went to pieces. This, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
helped out by Husum’ s rotten J. E. Carpenfct»'. She was ac-
^umpire, put Mosier to the bad. comjft.nied by Mrs. J .- f red Lar
! S oft D rinks , C a n d y , C igars !
The features of the game, out son, whose husband is connected
SALE DATES: From Pendleton and all stations west
side of the Husum umpire, was with the Jacop Stein Realty Co.,
thereof in Oregon, including branches:
the impartial decisions o f Har o f Portland. Miss Carpenter is
JUNE 6th, 8th and 10th.
vey, Mosier’s umpire, and two
hLme runs kfiocked out by pitch small but valuable piece of or
From «11 other stations:
chard land near Mosier, from
er Oleson, one of them bringing which she expects to market
JUNE 6th and 8th.
in two men.
mbout 300 boxes of apples this
WILL BUY FROM OW NER
Final return limit, JUNE 15th.
Squires, Mosier’s third base- year.
About 10 acres in 3 or 4 year
man, had his ankle injured in the
For further particulars as to rates, etc., apply to any D. R. fifi.
Edwin B. Kemp and wife, of
trees; ten acres undeveloped, j
fifth inning and was retired.
Artesia, New' Mexico, are ¿ s it
Agent, or to
both in one.piece or co u d y lo
;Batteries: Mosier, H.’tmd O. ing this week with Mrs. Kemp's
cated. Will not pay fancy or
■Oleson; Husum, Grunsey and brother, R. M. Rofcs, and family.
W IL L IA M M CM U RRA Y.
prices. Address, before'
I Mr. and Mrs. Kemp are newly
.June 6th, “ Chicago, G. A. J .”
g en eral passenger agent ,
Not discouraged by their re-i wedded and are making-« honey-
, Mosier, Oregon, care o f The
peated defeats, the Mosier boys ™ ° n
They will go to Portland from
PO RTLAN D. O REGO N .
will play the Underwood team on here and attend the r ,** Festi-
the local diamond next Sunday, val
DISTRICT FAIR TO BEIHI.LD
L A R A WA Y
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Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
ADVERTISE IN THE BULLETIN
and Get Results.
C O .
The Arthur & Burt Drug Co.,
Prescriptions a Specially.
GIVE US A CALL.
H. G. K I B B E E
The M o s i e r Hills
Land & Orchard
O. P. DABNEY and SONS.
PORTLAND ROSE FESTIVAL,
June 6th to Ilth.
The Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co.
5 1-2 foot
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Buy N W .
Stock on hand.
S. E. Francisco’s Pool Room
Oregon, Washington & Idaho.