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M O S IE R , W A S C O C O U N T Y , O R E G O N , F R ID A Y ,
The Mosier Road
“ P IM P 1 A I1M 1ÌP V W O R K ”
B j i k
OUR PORTLAND LETTER
Portland, Ore., July 26 (Special)
The following is taken from
Done with neatness and dispatch
— Exhibits are now being col The Dalles Chronicle of July 22d.
lected for the Oregon car to be It is w ritten and signed by “ An
Hood River laundry Company
operated throughout the East by Interested Party” :
J. E. COLE. M osi eh A gent
the Great Northern, and all sec
In last Thursday’s paper “ One
tions o f the state are urged to be Who Paid” asks what has be-
H ood River's Reliable Jeweler for
represented. Fruits, grains, veg-! come of the Mosier road. I will
etables, grasses, etc., are being not, in this communication, at-
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
gathered for use on the car and tempt to answer that question
He can make your watch keep time
it is particularly desired to have but will endeavor to point out
fruits on the limb, showing them why the Mosier road is one of
GAY YOWELL. Mgr.
exactly in their natural state-
the most important to be consid-
H. B. Wight, expert processor ered. The Mosier road was built Harness and Saddlery Goods
for the Portland Chamber of some time in the ’60’s from the
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
Commerce, 69 Fifth Street, is re- Dog river settlement, now Hood Hand-made Harness a Specialty i
o s ie r
eeiving shipments of t h e s e River, by way of Snipes’ ranch,
HOOD RIVER - OREGON
products for the Great Northern now Rowena, to The Dalles,
car, which is being filled under; The owners «vf land through
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
North, Kangel2 East, in Was-
The long-talked of highway
the direction of F. W . Graham, which this road passes, have paid
is hereby given that the un- ™
S»W °rd*r o f
between Portland and The Dalles
western industrial agent.
He taxes ever sia«e Wasco county
dersigned has been appointed adminis- t^‘* l<?ur* direct« that said sale be made
urges that each community for has been a county and have
tratrix of the estate of George Sellin- at f " v:?te ,ale .f ° r on'\half c“ h »Pd
to say, engineers and viewers ger, deceased, by the County Court o f ° m" half 8CCU« ’d by mortgage upon the
ward some of its best products, helped build all of the other
The Arthur & Burt Drug Co.,
the State o f Oregon for Wasco County. Pre™ ,ea' * "D ect to . cmffirma«0" by
are at work on it, and it is pre
shipping them by express C. 0. roads, m other parts of the coun
A» persons havinir
el.inu, « against
» n i t I g j
S ’ k S ’. f S
dicted that the road will be com said estate are hereby notified to pre- J o ’clock A. M., I shall proceed to sell
D. In the former case, express- ty and have never asked for one
o f Mosier, Oregon,
such claims, duly verified as by law
pleted some time next summer. sent
age will be refunded by Mr. Gra- dollar for themselves.
required, within six months from the the real estate above mentioned and de
at private sale for one-half cash
The plan is for a 40-foot road date hereof to me at the law office;of ! scribed
half of the money they have paid
F o r your Drugs, Sundries, Patent Medicines, Station
and one-half secured by mortgage upon
Frank Menefee, The Dalles, Oregon.
way, which will cost approxi
the premises as directed by the order
• The opportunity Oregon has to Jn for road building had been or
Dated this 5th day o f July, 1910.
of the court.
ery, Toilet Articles, Candy and Cigars, IceC ream and
secure wide advertising in this could be new expended upon the
A deline S ellinger ,
Offers and bids for said real estate
the county prisoners on the road,
Administratrix o f the estate o f l will be received by me, or by my at
way is very marked. Not only proposed new road it would be
Everything in the Drug line.
George Sellinger, deceased, j torney, W. H. Wilson, at The Dalles,
it is figured that half of this sum ,
will the exhibits be shown to the finest public highway in Ore-
First issue July 8, last Aug. 5.
Oregon, at any time from and after the
could be saved—that is, about
many thousands o f people while gon,
date above mentioned.
$50,000 would be the actual cash
they are ™ the car but arrange-
The Seven Mile hill road which
Dated this 22nd day o f June, 1910.
Notice for Publication
E a r l D . V ic k e r s ,
outlay. Washington is building
ments have been made for space ¡s. now the only highway to Mo- - -
a state road along the Columbia
What It Would Do
at a circuit o f state fairs and sier passes over a hill at least Economic Value of Good Roads
Department o f the Interior.
large exhibits will be made at the 1800 feet high with a fifteen per
<.Just to show whatgood roads The cost of a battleship would river connecting the eastern and U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon
July 2nd, 1910.
Land Show t h i s Winter i n i cent grade. The new road would j wiii d f
build a first class macadam road western sections of the state,
Notice is hereby given that Lee Hun
Department o f the Interior.
The exhibit car will have to pass over a hill only 600 j r y Wemme> one £ p ^ a n d ’s between New York and Chicago; and Oregon cannot afford to be ter, of Mosier, Oregon, who, on Octo
United States Land Office,
be accompanied by a lecturer feet high and the steepest grade j C t authorities on eood roads it would fijild fifty large train
The Dalles, Oregon, June 14, 1910.
ial No. 07131). No. 15736, for SWI-4
A sufficient contest affidavit having
and will lie on tour from early j would not be over eight per cent. “ an “nte” iew in The Orego- ing schools and equip them with the metropolis from the vast ter SEI-4, S1-2SW1-4, and NE1-4SW1-4,
been filed in this office by George W.
Fall until next Spring. Oregon, A Mosier man talking with the njan< *<you
ad tjiat ja|ld all essential tools and appliances; ritory drained by the Columbia, Section 25. Township 2 North, Range Kindred,contestant,
11 East. Willamette Meridian, has filed
people should respond liberally j writer, stated that he only came around the Base Line and Sec it would construct two such a road that will be a delight to notice
o f intention to make Final com Entry No. 04584, made March 3, 1909.
for W 1-2 NW 1-4 Section 8, Town
with specimens for this car. Ex-! to The Dalles once or twice a tion Line roads, and you can’ t buildings as the Congressional travel over and furnishing un- mutation Proof, to establish claim to ship
1, North, Range 12 E. W. M.,
hibits must be complete in order year, but would come more often get an acre less than $300 to $500. library in Washington, and it is paralled scenic beauty.
Register and Receiver o f the U. S. by Francis M. McCartney, contestee.
Land Office, at The Dalles, Oregon, on i
£ »H*ged that said entry-
to make the show effective and if tlie roads were not so bad. Out in Washington County, land the finest library building in the
the 9th ilav o f Amrusf Min
man has failed to establish residence
tm Jth day ot August, 1910.
|0„ said land since filing; that the land
here is a chance for co-operation The proposed Mosier road, in my with just as good soil brings $150 world; it would pay nearly half
laimant names as witnesses:
j is without improvements o f any kind,
between the state and the rail- estimation, is one of the most im- to $200 per acre.” This striking o f the cost o f making the pro The M o s i e r Hills Thomas
Henningson, Gus Godberson, unfenced and open to the public range;
road interests that wiB be of portant in Wasco county and economic situation has not been posed six-foot canal in the Mis
Robert SimpBon, Charley Bennett, all that said alleged absence was not due
to his employment in the army, navy
great value to both.
should lie built at once. It is the newly discovered by Mr. Wemme. sissippi river from St. Paul to
Land & Orchard o f Mosier, Oregon.
C. W. M oore , Register.
or marine corps o f the United States
Forty-two million bushels of first link in the automobile road It is one that has been com -1 the mouth o f the Missouri river;
First publication July 8, last Aug 5. in time o f war; said parties are hereby
notified to appear, respond and offer
wheat is the estimated crop of to Portland and its construction mented on for years, although three-fourths of the cost would
evidence touching said allegation at 10
Oregon, Washington and Idaho, would »how the Portland people th difference ;n' va lu e b etw een pay for the construction o f the
Notice for Publication.
o'clock a. m. on July 28, 1910, before
the Register and Receiver at the United
according to an authority hem,that The Dallas is on the map good ,.oads and bad roads has Salt River valley (Arizona) irri-
W. H. KERSLAKE, Mgr.
( I s o l a t e d T r a c t .)
States Land Office in The Dalles, Ore
who has completed a trip through and willing to to its share.
been reflected in real estate gation system, which will open
We deal in improved and unimproved
the grain sections. He finds that I
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The said contestant having, in a
prices to a greater extent in the 240,000 acres of rich land to set- fruit land in Mosier district. Send for
proper affidavit, filed June 11, 1910,
Oregon will produce 15,000,000 j
^Yhy Americans Return
United States Land Office,
past year than ever before. Mr. tlement; it would build and equip our Booklet o f Bargains.
set forth facts which show that after
bushels, Washington 18,000,000;
The Dalles, Oregon, June 27th, 1910.
due diligence personal service can not
j Wemme’ s statement, “ In good forty Young Men’s Christian As-
bushels a n d Idaho 9,000,000
Louisville Courier Journal: Offi-
Notice is hereby given that, as di- be made, it is ordered and directed that
roads you will find the remedy sociation buildings o f eight stor- V iew O rchard T ract , located South rected by the Commissioner o f the Gen- j »uch notice be given by due and proper
Unfavorable weather cials of the reclamation service,
eral Land Office, under provisions o f | publication.
according to a Washington dis- for the high cost of living,” has i ies a p iece.-E x .
east of Mosier. This land will be cut Act o f Congress approved June 27,
conditions during the past Win- !—
C. W. MOORE,
^ g tjde 0f a practical demonstration in var-
up in small tracts to suit purchaser, 1906, Public—No. 303, we will offer at
ter in some section» caused a Patch, believe
and sold on easy payments.
public sale, to the highest bidder, at 10 I (First Pub. June 24 Last Pub. July 29)
falling off over the total yield of immigration ot homeseekers t o ' ious Parts of the country.
o’clock a. m., on the 4th day o f August,
Canada has turned. During the l
same issue of The Ore-
1910, at this office, the following tract
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Husbands
MOSIER. - - ORE.
last year which wras 52,500,000
of land, to-w it: SW1-4SE1-4, Sec. 27.
last nine months, it is said, Konian appeared a Klamath Falls of Seabright Park have been en- _____
bushels for the three states.
Wl-2 NEl-4, Sec. 34, T. 2 N., R. 11 E.
15,000 settlers have returned to special regarding a commumca- joying a partial family reunion, !
The visit to Western Oregon
is hereby given that the un
the United States from Canada. tion from Silver Lake business four sons out of six —the latter
W. A. HUSBANDS
o f Dr. Bernhard Boeggild, the
above-described lands are advised to dersigned, Adeline Sellinger, has been
interests asking Klamath County two being unable to be present— \
file their claims, or objections, fin or duly appointed administratrix o f the es
dairying exper •t of the Univer- * anc^ the prospect o f a general to
before the day above designated for tate o f George Sellinger, deceased.
assist in improving the county
and one daughter, returning to ^ orge
sity of Copenhagen, during the
All persons having claims against said
Shoeing and General sale.
As might have been expected road so that Silver Lake could se the family roof tree for a few
C. W. M oore , Register.
estate are hereby notified to present
week was important. Dr. Boeg
cure its supplies by way o f Klam
the same to me properly verified at my
The following were
gild sard conditions in Western many|Of the American settlers ath instead of through Shaniko. weeks.
residence in Mosier, Oregon, or at the
present: Charles Fred Husbands
office o f my attorney, Frank Menefee,
Oregon are ideal fo r dairying
Notice is hereby given, That on the at The Dalles, Oregon, within six
The It is 130 miles from Klamath to of Gresham, Neb.; Robert H.
and this section can sm-pass the ter of the Canadian soil.
16th day o f June, 1910, an order was months from the date o f this notice.
Silver Lake and 170 miles to
Husbands, and Thos. G. Hus
world in this industry. He said
Dated this 8th day o f July, 1910.
regularly given and made in the County
Shaniko, but the roads to Shani
A deline S ellinoer ,
dairying is sadly neglected for it fa and such grains as winter ko are in so much better condi bands, both o f Hood River, Ore.;
F ' L I A AA Lì
I f I A I A l Court o f the State o f Oregon for Wasco
Administratrix o f the estate
is capable of great expansion wheat, and even these are not tion than those by way of Klam Wallace Husbands o f Mosier, L r t o . C H A M B E R L A I N County> iicensin(f the underslgnel
o f George Sellinger, deceased.
guardian o f the person and estate of
here. Illustrating this, he said sure. Another cause of dissatis ath that a saving is effected by O re.; Mrs. Lee P. Howard of
F rank M enefee ,
Denmark, whose total area is
Attorney for Administratrix.
making the additional 40-mile
the Southwest Quarter o f the South
After a very enjoyable time all Fruit
but 11,000 square miles, has a the Americans are not used to ice wagon haul. In other words,
First pub. July 16. last Aug. 12.
west Quarter o f Section 16, Township
returned to their different homes
dairy industry yielding $54,000, and snow in August and Septem-
her, and that is one of the condi-
consumers o f the Silver Lake well pleased with the delightful
000 in butter exports. He thinks
tions witli which they had to con- country are forced to pay 30 per climate, and bay and woodland
Western Oregon can at least
tend last year. One of the draw- cent more for freight than would scenery. —Santa Cruz Surf.
double Denmark’ s present pro
backs to agricultural prosperity h® necessary if the roads were \
is exorbitant freight rates. And
condition. The interest
w . pn
ijU E E N O F TH E N O R T H W E S T R E SO R TS
Oregon’s apple «how will be then the form of government is displayed in the good roads ques- pood Field For Workmen
held in Portland November 30 to such that it does not commend tion and the advantages that fol- Mosier offers a good field for
Near2the Mouth o f the Columbia River, on the Washington Coast
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. D.
December 2. It will be a great
itself to one who has lived the
exposition of the state’s fruit
lie highways is shown daily in Carpenters, painters, and ma- OFFICE OVER RUTLER RANKING COMPANY
T H E PLACE TO SPEND YOU R
greater part of his life as a citi
growing possibilities and it will
the regular news columns of the SOns, especially,
zen of the United States.
<>(!* <■ 2ft Residence 28 B
Hardly a day passes ateady empioyment. We have HOOD RIVER
be of wide interest because of
SUMMER VA C ATIO N
Oregon’s fame as the home of
o f the state of extensive new ali these here, bu they cannot
Twenty-five Miles o f Magnificent Beach
the red apple. There promises THE GIRL
road building projects. —Orego- supply the demand for the work
Level, Compact and Smooth
to be exhibits entered in compe ON THE DOLLAR
that is waiting to be done.
tition for prizes from every
M OSIER M A R K E T
Is a good one for a young
Many thriving and tidy communities, delightful hotel, cottage,
apple-growing county in th e
fellow to be in love with; and
tent and camp life. All the comforts o f home and the
The Corvallis Commer
if he gets right well ac
healthful, invigorating recreation of the seaside—surf
cial Club has already offered $100
quainted with her—through
bathing, fishing, clam digging, beach bonfires,
for the best apple exhibits from
the medium of an account
riding, racing, hunting, strol's and drives
Benton county and the Hood
with the MOSIER VALLEY
through picturesque wooded headlands.
River Commercial Club ha» of
BANK, in which he can pre
fered $50 for prizes for the best
serve a few o f her like
Reduced Rates from all parts o f Oaegon and Washington^
apples shown from that section.
nesses—he will allthesooner
Other counties will yet be heard
be able to form a partnership
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from in the same way,
with that other girl he’ s in
The Oregon Railroad & Navigation ©)>
Young man, ask that other
Season Rate: From Portland Round Trip, $4.00
girl about this and see if she
The Mosier Valley Band will
Three Day —Saturday to Monday Rate, $8.00
don’ t think a bank account
, A pleasant place to spend
give an open air concert on the
$40.00 Charter O a k ! ........................ $32.50
occasion of the meeting of the
cial hour is at
$42.50 Reservoir Steel R a n g e...............$37.50
Purchase tickets and make reservations at City Ticket Office, 3rrf| and;
you to have. The amount
Commercial Club, to be held on
Washington Streets. Portland, or inquire of any O. R. I N. agunt
S. E. Francisco’s Pool Room
witl) which you begin is not
the evening of August 13. The
elsewhere for information.
important The persistence
band boys have been practicing
with which you keep adding
assiduously and the public may
I S oft D r i n k s , C a n d y . C ig a r s j
W IL L IA M M cM U R R A Y.
to it is what counts.
expect to hear some good music.
This will be the first concert
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT.
given by the organization.
John Burggraf left Wednesday
L A R A WA Y
D A V E N PO R T.
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Until July 1,1910.
W. E. C hown
Go to the Mosier Lumber Co. afternoon for a business trip to
for your sash, doors, srceena etc. Portland.