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About Mosier bulletin. (Mosier, Or.) 1909-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1910)
H. G. KIBBEE, Proprietor
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Six Months......................................................... 75
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Entered as second-class matter March 12, 1909, at
the post office at Morier, Oregon, under the A ct of
1 m 79.
The Mosier Fruit Grower ' As
sociation is in receipt o f two U t
ters o f recent date, which we
take pleasure in quoting in part. ;
Steinhardt & Kelly, o f New
York, under date >f May 25th,
1910, say: “ Your fruit the past
year has been exceedingly fine,
and we were very much pleased
with our deal with you.’
Sgobel & Day, N ew York,
writing under date o f tire 9th
inst., say: “ As far as Spitzen-
bergs are concerned, we can
simply repeat what we told you,
i. e., we consider you have the :
finest Spitzenbergs grown in the
This verdict is justly deserved
and Mosier fruit growers should
feel greatly encouraged by the j
statements o f both these firms, 1
coming as they do from two of
the largest fruit concerns doing
business in N ew York City, the
highest priced apple market in
the world. These statements are
based on experience and a thor
ough knowledge of conditions,
values and quality of apples in
the fruit sections o f the United
Your personal business in
terests and the interests o f
the community would he
bettered by a bank connec
tion at home. We believe
the MOSIER V A L L E Y
B A N K can help you and we
know you can help us by do
ing your business here. We
are trying in every way pos
sible to meet the business
needs and demands of the
community, and that the in
stitution was needed here
and is appreciated, is evi
denced by the fact that 250
people have become deposit
ors with us. Many o f these
never had a hank account
before and they are already
appreciating the value o f
such a connection. We are
deeply interested in building
up the Mosier District—just
as you are—but we are han
dicapped just to the extent
that YO U do n ot do your
business with us. T h i n k
this over and, if your other
interests are here, we be
lieve you will conclude your
banking business should he
J. E. COLE, M osiki : A g e n t
HARNESS Co. !
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j Business locals will be charged at 5 cent* per M|tt
fo r each insertion.
Pono with neatness and dispatch
I Hood River's Reliable Jeweler for
"F IN E LAU N D R Y W O R K ’’
nth $ M
MOSIER, WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1910
A PERSONAL MATTER.
Legal advertisements will in all cases be charged
to the party ordering them, at legal rates, and
I paid for before attidavit» are furnished.
j N1ÇHOL & CO.
Watches , Diamonds, Jewelry
He can make your watch keep time
GAY YOWELL, Kgr.
ADVERTISE IN THE BULLETIN
and Get Results.
HOOD RIVER OREGON
he Arthur & Bart Drug Co.,
! Harness and Saddlery Goods
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
Hand-made Harness a Specialty '
o s ie r
h o b
of Mosier, Oregon,
IS N O W O P E N
F O R B U S IN E S S ,
Carrying a full line o f Drugs, Patent Medicine, Station
ery, Sundries, Toilet A rticles, Ice Cream, Candy and
Prescriptions a Specialty.
GIVE US A CALL.
The M osier Hills
Land & Orchard
OUFt PO R T LA N D LETTER.
Portland, Or., June 14. (Special)*]
The fru itgro w ers o f Mosier j
By the end o f the present year, !
Shall Mosier Celebrate ?
are urgently requested to make j
it is promised that the most re
up their crop estimates o f all
mote districts o f Oregon will be
Do the people o f Mosier wish varieties o f fruit to he packed in
served by railroad transporta to celebrate the Fourth o f July i h?xe3 or c,;at^ - and ?e" d ^
,) i i i .
i ’ I phone same to the Association at
VV. H. KERSLAKE, Mgr.
tion. Central Oregon will have . ,
at home this year? It has been once so t}iat an ordpi. for hox
two main lines, the
W e deal in improved and unimproved
suggested that this he done. It i or crate material may he placed
Trunk and the Deschutes Rail will not be necessary lo g o to any ] with the factory immediately. fruit land in. Mosier district. Send for
road and the build dig o f these : i ¡’great expense. The main thing I This is very important and all our Booklet o f Bargains.
roads is o f course
the prime : to
tufiSe neoni., a o-00d growers are asked to give same
We are agents for the M o u n t a i n
achievement o f the yeat m ' L X , k n o t S
leave « • ? . ! " « « atteniion av the V i e w O r c h a k d T r a c t , located South
east o f Mosier.
mòre inviting than a dainty
This land will be cut
H arrim llfh n o J m ™ v " ! k will
but who’ > 'OTerallj> " ’ouM U rtc F to ¿ ¡ t the material here on
up, in small tracts to suit purchaser,
Hamman line to lnla..look will take the clay off for recreation o f
rr m h ^ y t f y
and woodw ork all enameled in
be completed and much progress gome kind
M> H XT EY’
and sold on easy payments.
white or some delicate tint to har-
will have been made by Ln end
The suggestion is made that a:
MOSIER, - - ORE.
ot the year on the N;uron-Kiam- sma]| celebration and a big time
monize nicely with furnishings and
Leslie Root, who was taken to
ath road. Ibis year the cost ot may ]J9 had vvith little labor and
the hospital at The Dalles about
W. A. HUSBANDS
draperies? W h y not have one?
contracts for new railway lines
Speaking, music aiui pwo weeks ago to have his leg
and betterments in this state
fc o n n 'r nnn vaidou9 forms o f amusement operated on, returned home last
Shoeing and General
will aggregate aoout ,oO,OuC, 000 . C0ll]<] i,e indulged in, with a bas-
! Friday. The Teg, which was in
Many other important new pro -1 ket dinner at the big spring on
jured a number o f years ago,
jects will undoubtedly he mapped Rock Creek, where there is cool
and from which injury he never
out and started before 1911.
water and shade. The base ball
fully recovered, has been giving
Portland will get the 47th an- enthusiasts are making arrange- him much trouble o f late, so he
nual convention o f the National ments for several games o f ball wpnt
th e h o sn ita l to seek snr-
G eo . C h a m b e r l a i n
gives that smooth, beautiful, genuine enamel surface
Wool Growera’ Asaoctalbn .1*
be played h ereon that day. | % % X
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so sanitary and so easy to keep bright and attractive.
dates for which have just been providing the people are in favor performed which, it is hoped,
fixed for January 5, 6 and 7, 1911. 0f the movement. Altogether, wjjj prove entirely successful.
Anyone can apply it by following the simple directions.
On those dates there will be the day can be passed very pleas- Leslie is now getting about on
thousands o f delegates from the antly at home and the ball boys crutches.
If it's a surface to be painted, enameled, stained,
wool growing states and the con- ask, thru these columns, that a
varnished, or finished in any w a y there's
vention will be o f wide interest meeting of the citizens who are !
Negus came down from
an A cm e Quality Kind to fit the purpose.
to stockmen. In connection with interested, or will interest them- '^,ie ^ ades last Sunday morning,
the gathering there will be a big selves, he held tomorrow evening returning on the evening train.
sheep show that is expected to at 8 o’ clock, to decide whether or
draw many exhibits from the not Mosier will have a little cele- digger and thoroughly under
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. D.
farms o f Oregon sheep raisers, ] bration o f her own. While this stands pipe laying, rock and ce
D e n t is t
and many blooded sheep wifi be j ¡3 short notice, it is unavoidable,;------
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office over butleb hankingcompany
brought here from other parts o f | as it will be necessary for the was estimate the work o f put-
j ph o n e s :
the country. Preliminary plans out-of-town teams to know im- tin* in a water system for
Mr I h o o d RIVER
are now being made for the 1 mediately what to depend on, as -’ •a-v er>
gathering, various committees they will want time to make oth-
being already at work.
h r arrangements if they are not
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Livestock shipments to the coming here.
Portland markets for the month! No place o f meeting has been
o f May are far ahead o f the same i suggested hut, in lieu o f a better
statistics for May o f last year, [place, the Bulletin office is open
D. P. H A R V E Y , Pro’p.
showing the growing importance j to them if the citizens care to
QUEEN OF THE NORTH W EST RESORTS
o f this market. Particularly ir a use it. It is desired that there
big gain shown in hogs, which is l>e a good attendance to thcr-
.NOW L O C A T E D IN
Near the Mouth o f the Columbia River, on the Washington Coast
Fresh and Cured Meats
gratifying to the trade. A total oughly discuss the proposition.
O p e r a H o u s e B ld g .
o f 515 cars o f livestock o f ad
kinds came to the stockyards
A C omplete line of furniture,' mattresses, bedding,
How Much are You Worth?
during May o f -this year. The
stoves, ranges, tin and granite ware dishes, trunks, valises.
J. Littlepage, deputy as
increaae in hogs received was
Twenty-five Miles o f Magnificent Beach
We will pay the freight on hills of $20 or over to
over 7000 head. The 0. R. & N. sessor for this district, began j
Level, Compact and Smooth
Co. has decided to place in com the work on Monday o f ascer
■ tS S a s n B a M M W B B *
mission a regular stock train taining the amount o f taxable ■
Many thriving and tidy communities, delightful hotel, cottage,
service, operating twice a week property in the district. C. J.
tent and camp life. All the comforts o f home and the
from Huntington to Portland am is “ on” to his job, and ii you’ ve
A pleasant place to spend a so
healthful, invigorating recreation o f the seaside—surf
way points. This will begin June got your money cached away in
cial hour is at
bathing, fishing, clam digging, beach lionfires,
21 and will he a great conven- an old sock, or if you haven’ t
riding, racing, hunting, strolls and drives
ience to the stock raiser.
any money at all, at all, or if
S. E. Francisco's Pool Room
through picturesque wooded headlands.
_____________________ there i a flea in the hair on the
„ , .. . end o f the tail of the dog. he’ ll
The Dalles to Have E x h .b u ^
so Kive up ^ f u l l y .
j S oft D r i n k s , C andy , C i g a r s Reduced Rates from all p rts o f Oaegon and “Washington
Building at Dt f f o
O. P. DABNEY and SONS.
Mosier - Oregon
Superintendent W. Bollons. o f [
the O. R. &. N., last evening
This week the real estate firm
wired permission to the Business
Burggraf & Vogt made a
Men’ s Association to commence
in its management, Mr. I
the exhibit building at the depot.
disposing o f his in
The committee in charge, G <rge
Felix W ilfert. who
W. Cheshro, F. M. Sexton aim
the business with
James Snipes, this morning had
workmen on the ground laying Mr. Burggraf, By this deal Mr.
water pipes and sewer connec Vogt becomes possessed o f a
tions. F. C. Tyler & Co. will small but valuable tract o f apple
commence . the erection o f the land in the Grand s icw district.
building next Monday morning and Mr. Wilfert, in exchange,
and it will lie ready for occu gets half the profits in the real
pancy within two weeks.—T ie estate firm. Here’s success to
all parties concerned.
Until July 1 , 1910 .
Regular $50.00 Bridge-Beach make................. $12.50
$40.00 Charter Oak........................... $32.50
$42.50 Reservoir Steel R ange........... $37.50
W. E. C hown
THE PLACE TO SPEND YOUR
The Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co
Season Rate: From Portland Round Trip, $4.00
Three D a y — Saturday to Monday Rate, $3.00
W IL L BUY FROM O W N E R
About 10 acres in 3 or 4 year
trees; ten acres undeveloped. 1
both in one piece or closely lo
cated. Will not pay fancy or
“ boom” prices. Address, before
June6th, “Chicago, G. A. J.”
Mosier, Oregon, care of The
IVirchas" tickets arvl make reservations at City Ticket Office, ¡tarl and
Washington Stre.-ta, Portland, or in quire o f any O. R. & N . agent
e's 'whore for information.
W IL L IA M M C M U R R A Y .
g e n e r a l passenger agent ,
PO RTLAN D . OREGON.