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Entered as second-class matter March 12, 1909, at
th e post office at Mosier, Oregon, under the A ct o f
OUR »PORTLAND LEITER
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MOSIER, WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1910
“ FINE LAUNDRY WORK”
pai'ef for before affidavits are furnished.
George Sellinger, whose sud-1 Portland, Ore., June 28 (Special)
Done with neatness und diapatvh
den death was briefly mentioned
The old Dalles military wagon
in last week's issue, was born in road grant is about to l e placed
Pennsylvania about sixty-four on the market and this land, t o Hood River Laundry Company
J. E. COLE, M osiek A gent : ft
He came to W ash-1 gether with the Willamette Val-j
ington in 1878. where he lived ley & Cascade Mountain road
I H ood River's Reliable Jeweler for
for a number o f years, then corn- «rant that is to be sold in small
ing to Mosier, where he had tracts, will mean a great coloni-
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
lived ever since on the ' ranch zation movement for Oregon dur-
He can make your watch keep time
East of town. He was married
tlie coming few years. The
in Pennsylvania to Adeline Lit- Dalles grant comprises 4.>0.0Q0
GAY YOWELL, Mgr.
zelman, and to them were born acres and is very largely valu-
five children, all of whom with
Its set- Harness and Saddlery Goods
his wife survive him. The chil- tlement will mean a great in-
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
dren are; G. R., of The Dalles; crease in the state’s population Hand-made
and-made Harness a Special
o s ie r
H. W, of Washougal, Wash.; Z. aac) wealth.
HOOD RIVER - OREGON
F. and B. L. Sellinger, of Trout
* «cihe I ouer & Light
Lake, Wash.; aiuT Adeline Lan-; Company, organized by Eastern
2 North, Rangel2 East, in Waa-
try <kf Carson, Wash.
; capitalists with a capitalization,
XT , ~
, , Ico County, Oregon.
Said order of
Mr. Sellinger had recently s o ld 'o f $7,M',000, plans to develop aj
Today marks the first mile
Next Sunday morning, at the i the court tlir«et* rimtsaid. sale be ma^e
his farm, intending to settle Treat electrical generating and,
stone for the MOSIER VAL
Baptist church, the Rev. Frank
one-half seedred by mortgage upon the
down in Mosier and enjoy th e ! distributing system throughout
LEY BANK, and its officers
R. Spaulding, o f Hood River, premises, subject to confirmation tiy
The Arthur & Burt Drug Co.,
desire to express their hear
fruits of al long life of activity, jthe Yakima, Columbia and Walla
Ore., will preach. -P ie Rev. the court, ^rom and after the 23rd
day of JVy, 1910, at the hour o f n
ty appreciation o f the en
Unable to secure a house here, V ada valleys. Other concerns |
*uf Mosier, Oregon,
Spaulding is well and favorably o'clock A. M., I shall proceed to a ft
couragement and substantial
he went to Cascade Locks to live have been taken over by the big
known to many in this section the real estate above mentioned and #K
scribed at,private sale for one-half caah
support of the people o f the
temporarily until he could make coipoiation, which v. i l l give
F or your Drugs, Sundries, Patent Medicines, Station
and deserves a good hearing.
and one-half secured by mortgage upon
arrangements'^» buy a home in special attrition to ifurnishing
community during this the
the premises as directed by the Older
R alph H. C haffee ,
ery, Toilet Articles, Candy and Cigars, lee Cream and
of the court.
most important period in the
Mosier. A short time before his p o w e r f o r irrigation w o r k
Pastor of the M. E. Church.
Off(*8 and biffs''fo#1 said real estate
life of the institution.
death he purchased the D. M. j throughout the territory covered.
Everything in the Drug line.
will be,.received by me, or by my it-
torney, W. H. Wilson, at Th* Dalle*,
Since we began business a
Duvall property and was making R is promised that by concen-
| Oregpn,- at any time from and after tfk
year ago 284 individual and
arrangements to move up here \ trating the \\ ater power develop-
, date above mentioned,
Prescriptions a Specialty.
There will be an important
Dated this 22nd day o f June, 19i0.
firm accounts have been
last week. The morning o f his ment in the Northwest, a more
E arl D. VICK®a,
business meeting of the Commer-'
opened on our hooks and we
death he appeared to be as well- satisfactory se -vice-will be de
have accumulated the sum of
as usual and had gone out to one veloped than can be rendered by Estimate Coast Apple
urday, July 2nd, at 1 p. m.,
$37,650.00 of deposits, which
o f the stores"at The Locks and private companies.
The members, espec
o f the interior.
exceeds our most sanguine
had returned home, when he was
ially, and all those interested in
United Stfe&s Ltfnd Office,
A representative o f a Chicago
suddenly stricken down with
the welfare o f Mosier are re The Dalles, Oregon, June 14, 1910.
fruit house who has made a can
Stock was all paid up in cash
heart failure. A doctor was im Cascade mountains. Expert tim
A sufficient contest affidavit having
vas o f thewestern apple situa
been filed in this office by George w!
within the six months pre
mediately called, but could do ber cruisers in the employ of the
Kindredjcobfystant, against Homestead
C. A. M c C arger , Pres.
tion gives the following estimate j
VV. H. KERSLAKE, Mgr.
scribed by law, and our total
nothing for him and he expired Government are at vtork making
Entrj^^.'tHg& i, made March 3,1908t
_ .. _ _
t-4 Section 8, Towli-
the estimate and it is expected
resources have now reached
We ileal in improved and unimproved
N O T IC E
! ship 1, “ Wurth, Range1-!? E. -W. M.,
according to the Chicago Packer:
the sum of $49,181.00.
The remains were brought to it will take all this summer and
. , ,
by Frarifjs M. McCwriney, <*!ohleatee,
California, 4,000; Medford and fruit laild 'n Mosier district, Send for
r 10111 this date and until notice in which’ if is ’ailegea that said entity-
this amount something over
Mosier for interment in the Odd next to eom bt te the cruise of the
to the contrary isfikiven, there man *,as W iled'to establish residence
other southern Oregon districts, our Booklet^oTBargains.
$29,200.00 has been loaned
Fellows cemetery. Father Ro water shed of the Willamette
will he telephone service on Sun- l?n
t1“ * W*«1
We are agents for the M o u n t a i n -
is without improvements o f any kind,
under the approval of the
man, of Hoed River, conducted
days from two to four p. m., in I unfenced
V i e w O r c h a r d T r a c t , located South
board of directors and on
addition to the hour in which the that said Alleged absence
the services at the grave.
The Cascade Reserve. The land will ¡ma valley, \\ n., 2000; Walla east o f Mosier. This land will lie cut
i not aue
such collateral as they would
mail is being opened and distri to his employment in the army, . n»vy
entire population of Mosier fol he classified and the timber ag- Walla, Wn„ 250; Palouse coun up in small tracts to suit purchaser,
or marine corps of the United i Staffes
have been willing to accept
lowed the remains to their final Igregated in-to logging units.'try, VIn., 250; Myers fa ll coun- and sold on easy payments.
in time of w%r; said pfefrtffes Sri»“hereby
had they been loaning their
resting place to pay their last re iThis is the first attempt, so far try, W n„ 70: Wenatchee valley,
notified5 to anpeiir,'‘ ‘restoifi'ld' Ind offer
evidence touching skid Stfegation at 10
MOSIER, - - ORE.
own private funds; $1483.00
spects to a man .who had lived as known, of the Government to Wn., 1,500; Idaho, 500; Grand
o'clock a. Tn. on July 28, TOM), before
N" tice for^ublicatWn
has been invested in fixtures
the Register and Receiver at the United
long in their midst and who was take an inventory of its timber valley, Colorado, 2,500: and other
and a site for our permanent
States Land Office in The Dalles, OrV
1 parts of Colorado, 1,500; a total
W. A. HUSBANDS
highly respected as an' upright resources.
home; and the remainder is
PUBLIC LAND SALE.
Lumber manufacturers of the °t 13,470.
B l a c k s m it h
a n d honorable citizen, frith d
The said contestant having, in 'r*
in cash or on deposit, subject
Oregon & Washington associa-j He has made no estimates on Horse
proper affidavit, filed June 11, 19W,
to check, in strong hanks ap
Shoeing and General
United States Land Office,
set forth facts which show that aftfei
tion are perfecting plans for the; Montana nor Utah, but he does
proved by the State Bank
due diligence personal service can nfet
The Dalles, Oregon, June 27th, 1910.
logging congress to be held in n°t think the total output of
Notice is hereby given that, as di be made, it is ordered and directed that
Card of Thanks.
such notice be given by due and proffer
Portland late next month.
T h e ,these two states will, in any MOSIER
rected by the Commissioner o f the Gen puWicktion.
This bank is owned, con
We, the vvufe and children of; visitors will spend three davs in event, exceed 750cars.
trolled and officered by Mo
' C. W.'lfOtfftE,
the ate George Sellinger, wish vlblMHS vv,u »penu inree uajs in
Act o f Congress approved June 2S
sier people, whose interests
1906, Public—No. 30:i, we will i ffer at
to sincerely thank the m a n y the city and local loggers and! he figured the yields o f western
public sale, to the highest bidder, at 10 ^First Pub. Jufte'i>4 Last Pub.‘July 2&)
friends who so kindly assisted us |
lumbermen will be hosts.
T h e! ^ ashington or eastern Oregon,
G e o . C h a m b e r e a in
and in doing business with i o'clock a. m., on the 4th day o f August,
in our bereavement.
j sac mill men and timber cutters ^ Last year’s production in all
at this office, the folio#,ng irae'„
us you are doing business i o 1910,
land to-w it: SW1-4SE7-4, Sw 27 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
The good people^ of Cascade
the Northwest will become * t*iese western states, together
with your neighbors. If you
Wl-2 NE1-4, Sec. 34, T. 2 N , R. 11 E
Locks are included in the above lbetter acquainted as a result of with the territory of New Mex-
Department o f the Interior,
wish to improve local condi
note of appreciation.
•41 lilted States Land Office,
Any persons claiming adversely the
tions and to advance the in
the gathering and the benefits ’ c0> was about 1-1,000 cars, this
above-described lands are advised to
Mrs. A d e l i n e S e l l i n g e r
The Dalles, Oregon, June 16, 1910.
following the meeting will be ¡amount including the yields of
file their claims, or objoctiofis. An ’d)-
Notice is hereby given that Verl L.
And CHILE REN.
munity you should do yonr
before the day above designated fob Maston.^of Mbsier, Oregon, who, *An
western Washington and eastern
business here, provided we
April 13th, 11)08, made Homestead,
Portland will he host to thou- Oregon and crediting Colorado
C. W. M o o r e , Register.
can extend accommodations
I Serial No. 04381] ’No. 16958, for E 1-2
Mosier Apples Gone Astrey
sands of delegates to the nation- with about a third larger than is Mosier
Oregon the equal of those you can
SB 1-4 Sec. 29, ami NW1-4SW1-4,
On Saturday, June'18, Am os'al
j convention of the Ancient Or- accorded her this season. While
NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE
2 .N;- ?• 12 E.WM has h id
o f intention to make final com-
Root shipped four boxes of Early I c\er 0[. Hiherirns, wnich comes to the figures on the western crop
main we are in position to do
Notice is hereby «given. That on the mutation proof, to eatabliah claim to
this year do ndi differ materially
16th day o f June, 1910, an oiflk.i was ’
D ry* M l » j
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. I).
from the amonnt o f the total
regularly given and made in the C i nty i
& Co., commission meichants of h ere at that time, delegates com- yield last year, they do show,
D e n t is t
things we sometimes make
Court of the State o f Oregon for Wasco ®Th d a y V j u l y T m
BAN KING COMPANY
Monday’s Journal ling from every section of the nevertheless, an increase for all OIFICIO OVER HUT1.ER
mistakes, butare always glad
County, licensing the undersigne I i Claimant namfes ks witn&aWJ:
said: “ First new Oregon apples country, and many tourists will fruit districts in eastern Wash
Office 28 Residence 28 B
to correct them when called
guardian o f the person and estate o f
Fred Sundbbrg, C. .J. E. Carlson,
o f the season were offering ted ay arrive during the same time, at ington. —H a gi River News.
to our attention. And it is
John A. Bell, to sell the West Half of Oustav Ernquist And Riehferd Wilco*,
the Southwest Quarter of the South- aB o f Mosier, Ore.
hardly possible t h a t we
from Mosier. This is the earliest
tire trains have been arranged for
west Quarter o f Section 16, Township j
' C M oore , R e n t e r .
should please everybody, but
that Oregon apples have entered | from many Eastern cities. Lo-
the’’ trade here, according
| cal members o f the order are ar
been, or will be, shown any
dealers, and: this will.give con ranging a great reception for
one. If wo should displease
sumers a chance to get good their guests.
you we hope you will come
quality and the t'T.de v ill not he j . Astute convention o f Esperan-
and tell us.
If we please
you we hope you will some
forced to import the poor stuff | dstshas been called for July 16
in the convention hall of tlie
times tell other people.
O U E E N O F TH E N O R T H W E S T R E SO R T S
HO OD R IV E R
from the south.
‘ We received ; j Portland Commercial Club, when
With the improved local
word this morning that Amos students o f the new world lan-j
conditions this year and the
Near the Mouth of the Columbia River, on the Washington Coast
Root, of Mosier, had dispatched j guage, educators, teachers and
same cordial support we have
thedirst shipments of new crop ¡others interested are asked to!
thus far received we should
O F E R A H o y S E B 'L D ’G.
make a greater growth the
apples to market,’ says W. H. j meet to consider the organiza-
A C o m p l e t e line off furniture, mattresses, bedding,
second year than we have
Drver, of Dryer, Bollam & Co. j ^on o f * f ate Ls<;erant° ffo c ia -
¡tion. Other matters vital to thei
marie during the first.
Four b o x e s were in the lot. I he i widespread adoption o f the new!
Twenty-five Miles o f Magnificent Beach
We will pay the freight on bills o f $20 or over to
apples were of the Early Harvest language will come up. Among
Level, Compact and Smooth
these will be the election of dele- i
A letter recently received by Kates to the International Es
rnmmi^inn peranto Congress, to be held at
Many thriving and tidy communities, delightful
. . .*
„ „ „ „ „ i Washington, D. C., August 14-20
tent and camp life. All the comforts of hdMe!'Jmd the
firm, states that they have never , and the pro,)OSa! t() jntI•educe Es-
hdklthful, invigorating recreation of the seaside—surf
received the apples, and ..Ir, peranto in the public schools, as
bathing, fishing, clam digging, beach bonfires,
Root has never received any re- has been done in Maryland and
Fresh and Cured Meats
riding, racing, hunting, ktrolls and drives
turns from them.
Now the elsewhere. Further information
through picturedqde wooded1 ffdfcdlanda.
question is, Who got them? The
he had fft>4 the Portland Com
Journal says that “ Four boxes of mercial Club.
Early Harvest variety appear on
the street and are of very Rood
ChUrch uf Christ Notes.
quality” . How did they get “ on
Our Bible School was well a t-!
the street” without going thru
The Oregon Railroad
tended last Sunday. In all de
Dryer. Bollam & Co.’ s hands? partments there are more than
Season Rate: From Porflahd Round Trip, $4.00
Mr. Root .is waiting for a*- e x -1
enrolled, hut we have room
Day—Saturday to Monday Rate, $3.00
Regular $50.00 Bridge-Beach rrtfcke..................... $42.50
planation while the shipment it for more,
, A pleasant place to spend a s o -!
$40.00 Charter Oak..................................$32.50
I The union meeting was en
cial hour is at
Purchane ticket* and make reservations at* CKy Ticket Offtee, SH i
$42.50 Reservoir Steel R a n g e...............$37.50
joyable and Bro. Stark gave us
fc'ayhinjftou Streets. Portland, or tntjWr* * f any O. H . 4 K agent
some thoughts to think about for
elsewhere fb f information.
Ira Rowland, who lives on the
Next Lord’ s Day morning my
Washington' side of the river,
S o f t D r i n k s , C a n d y , C ig a r s
Y » d .he misfortune, one day last subject wi l l lie. "Somefehirg
W IL L I a i UMU c m u r r a y .
more precious t h a n Gold” . •
we k. to lose his two barns hj
Come and hear it. In the even
-tire. With the help o f some ing we meet in the Baptist
fishermen he saved the content- church with the- VethodisLs.
o f one barn, but the hay in the
H. C ampbell C lark ,
■oiber barn was destroyed.
ADVERTISE IN THE BULLETIN
and Get Results.
crop At j| ie M o s i e r Hills
Land & Orchard
O. P. D A B N E Y and S O N S .
of Oaegon and Washington
Until July 1, 1 9 1 0 .
W. E. C hown
^et*ucet* ^atcs fr°m all