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Enteretl p.s second-class matter March 12, 1909, at
the poet office at Mosier, Oregon, under the Act of
OUR PORTLAND LETTER
Portland. Ore., A ur . 2 (Special)
—Greater progress has been
made by the business interests
of Oregon between March 29 and
June 30 than in any two-months
period in the history of the state
since the establishment of the
state hank examiner’s office.
This is disclosed in the report of
the Bank Examiner, just made,
covering that period.
Deposits in the banks of the
state at close of business June
30 totaled $115,196,986. a gain
since March 29 o f $1,192,705.
Of these deposits $11,925,734
were savings deposits, which in
creased during the same period
Total resources of
Oregon b a n k s , $142,418,734.
Eight new banks were estab
lished in the state during the
period covered by the report.
That the Oregon Trunk road!
will be ready for service*to Mad
ras by January 1, 1911, is now
promised unless unexpected dif
the Columbia River south will be
completed, it is believed, by Sep
tember 1. Laying of rails will
then be begun and ballasting
will he done as fast as each mile
of track is laid. Thus it will he
but a short time between the
laying of She last rail and the
opening of the road for business.
Grading south of Madras toward
Bend is also being rushed and
the building of the.road for that
distance will follow completion
of the line to Madras.
Oregon’ s two infantry regi
ments and ambulance company
of the National Guard will go in
to camp at American Lake this
jnonth and participate in the
usual joint field maneuvers with
the regular army. August 8 is
fixed*as the date of departure,
and the men will remain in camp
ten days: ~ 'Adjutant General
Finzer has issued orders for the
mobilization of his troops.
Coos Bay is going to improve
its iiarbor and the channel from
the ocean into the bay.
docks and warehouses are to be
built as well. For this purpose
it is the intention to expend
$300,000. It is proposed to issue
20-year bonds bearing 5 per cent
interest. Coos Bay people ap
prove this project g»ne«ii]ly but
the Commission of the Port has
decided to leave the matter to a
vote at the Fall election.
plan contemplates a great im
provement of the Coo3 Bay har
Secretary Wilson, of the De
partment o f Agriculture, has
been in .Oregon during thé past
week seeking information in re
gard to the settlement of lands
included in the forest reserves of
the state. He plan3 to have the
reserve re-mapiped.arcd the boun
daries established in an accurate
way. It is said,much land is in
cluded in the reserves that should
not be, and when the new maps
are completed 5,000,000 or 6,000,
000 acres now in reserves in the
state will be opened up for set
Secretary Ballinger, of the De
partment of the Interior, is busy
on a trip of inspection o f the
reclamation projects of the state
and is becoming familiar with
the workings of the service in
Among other things
he will start preliminary surveys
o f the Crater Lake National
Park, looking toward its develop
ment along the lines of the bet
ter known national parks o f the
to the party ordering them, at legal ratea» and
MOSIER, WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5. 1910
little three score and ten. The
age of the earth doesn’ t trouble
him, nor the size of it—he will
get his three-by-six some time.
Favor Newspaper Advertising
The Allegheny County Busi
ness Men’s Protective associa
tion was organized at Pittsburg
Curtis T. Werfel, chairman, and
W. I. Maver, secretary, are the
Sol Mayer, of Wheeling, W.
Va., president of a similar or
ganization, advised the keeping
of a record of delinquent debtors
by maintaining a printed book
or list, copies to he forwarded
each member of the organiza
tion. The association will strive
to eliminate billboard and other
advertising in favor of news
paper publicity. —A m e r i c a n
“ DESPISE NOT
THE DAY OF SMALL THINGS”
A single dollar by itself
seems a trifle, and it really
isn’ t very much, yet it ¡3 the
collective effect o f many
single dollar# SPENT that
holds the r.oses of so many
men to the proverbial grind
stone, and the collective
power of many single dollars
SAVED that brings success
to others, lifting them out of
the rut o f dependence and
The man who despises a
single dollar seldom com
The question —“ How old is
mands a thousand.
Ann?” has caused much figuring
Open an account with the
and possibly gray hairs, and
MOSIER VALLEY BANK
hasn’ t been answered yet; but
and add to it a portion of
the question as to the age of the 1 your earnings each week or
earth will no doubt l>e settled
month and a time will come
very soon, as a number of scien
when it will be a*comfort to
tific men have been working
you and when the grim ¡»tone
their “ think tanks” over time on
will have lost its terrors.
the problem. Their figures run
all the way from 20.000,000 year-
to 400,000.000 years. These wist
acn?s with a passion for mathe
The Rev. F. R. Spaulding, of
matics do not say how long this ; Hood River, Ore., will preach in
old earth will survive, but the or the Baptist Church next Sunday-
dinary mortal will no doubt bt ! August 7, at 11:15 a. m. and 8:00
s a tisfit if he can live out his p. m.
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“ FINE LAUNDRY WORK”
Done with neatness ami dispatch
Mayor Gavnor, of New York,
is making good with the masses
all right is. instituting a cam
paign against fraudulent weights
and measures, and other “ trade
customs” by which the public is
mulcted to the tune of many
thousands of dollars. The Lit
erary Digest contains a lengthy
article in regard to it, and quotes
from various newspapers that
are giving the matter publicity.
It says, quoting the Brooklyn
“ The dishonesty in the sale of
goods has been very general,
but it has sprung from lack of
close supervision rather than
from wide-spread dishonesty of
There are dishonest
men irr every line o f business.
When such mem are allowed to
sell goods under weight or meas
ure, honest men who compete
with them must either lose busi
ness or resort to the same sort
o f cheating.
has led a good many naturally
honest but weak men to adopt
the swindling practises, until
they have become ‘trade cus
Again from the Baltimore
“ Mayor Gaynor has also dis
covered that the butchers o f New
York in weighing drest meats
count in the wrappings and
charge for them at the full rate
for meat. On the average Chi
cago ham, for example, there is
a burlap and paper covering
which weighs nearly half a
It costs the packer
three-fourths o f a cent, and yet
the consumer has to pay for it at
the rate of from 22 to GO cents a
In the same way the
public is regularly mulcted for
wrapping paper, twine a n d
According to Mayor
Gaynor’s experts, the people of
New York pay $40,000 a year for
skewers alone, buying them as
lamb chops or tenderloin at from
25 to 50 cents a “pound. They
cost the butchers about $500 a
M osikk A gent
H ood River’s Reliable Jeweler for
Watches ; Diamonds, Jewelry
He can make your watch keep time
GAY YOWELL, Mgr.
HaT?„ï. wagor^covera, £ r “ ¡ A D V E R T IS E IN T H E B U LLE TIN
Hand-made Harness a Specialty
H O O D R IVER
and Get Results.
The Arthur & Burt D ryg Co.,
o f Mosier, Oregon,
reached $258,100.59 in 1908, and
increased to $269.270.98 in 1909.
On fermented liquor or beer
the total in 1907 was $205,756.50,
I in 1908 it was $196,905, and in
1909 just $197,230.50.
paid for before affidavits are furnished.
NICHOL & QQ
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
| 2 North,
Itangel2 East, in W as-
; co County, Oregon. Said order o f
the court directs tiiatsaid sale be made
I at private sale for one-half cash and
lone-half secured by mortgage U| on the
i premises, subject to confirmation by
| tlie court From and aft< r the 23rrf
day o f July, 1910, at the hour of 10
o’ clock A. M., 1 shall proceed to sell
the T ea l estate altove mentioned and de
scribed at private sale for one-half eaah
and one-half secured by mortgage upon
! the premises us direct.d by the order
o f the court.
A d e u n e S e l l in g e r ,
Offers and bids for said real estate
Administratrix of the estate of
will bo received by me, or by my at-
George Sellinger, deceased. : torney, W. H. Wilson, at The Dnlles,
First issue July 8, last Aug. 5.
(»logon, at any time from and after the
date above mentioned.
Dated this 22nd day o f June, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed adminis
tratrix of the estate of George Fellin-
ger, deceased, by the County Court of
the State o f Oregon for Wasco County.
All persons ha\ing claims against
said estate are hereby notified to pre
sent such claims, duly verified as by law
required, within six months from the
date hereof to me at the law office of
Frank Menefee, The Dalit s, Oregon.
Dated this 5th day o f July, 1910.
Here is a minister who appre-
At a recent
ery, Toilet Articles, Candy and Cigars, Ice Cream and
editorial convention he offered
the following toast: “ To save
Everything in the Drug line.
an editor from starvation, take!
his paper and pay for it promptly.
Prescriptions a Specialty.
To save him from bankruptcy,
Notice for Publication
E a r l D . V ic k e r s ,
advertise in his paper liberally.
Department of the Interior.
An Fastener’s View
committee of the whole to dis To save him from despair, send
I him every item of news of which U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon
“ The Spectator” writing in cuss the matter.
July 2nd, 1910.
“ I f the Canadian government | you car. get hold. To save him
the Outlook about Oregon, says:
Notice is hereby given that Lee Hun
Notice is hereby given that the un
“ Oregon 1 »oasts of having a will attend to the channel, from from profanity, write your cor- ter, of Mosier, Oregon, who, on Octo
ber 18th, 1907, made Homestead, (Fer dersigned. Adeline Sellinger, has been
greater variety o f industries ¡the international boundary,” resjxmdence plainly on one side ial No. 07131), No. 15736, for SW I-4 duly appointed administratrix c f the es
SKI 4, S1-2KW1-4, and NE1-4SW1-4, tate o f George Sellinger, deceased.
than any other state in the Un
Section 25, Township 2 North, Range
ion. Along the coast and on the he easy for Portland to see to early as possible. To save him 11 Fast, Willamette Meridian, has filed All person« having claims against said
i state mre hereby notified to present
notice of intention to make Final com the same to me properly verified at my
Columbia River the fishermen
residence in Mosier, Oregon, or at the
“ The river is now navigable people are the only ones who
reap their harvest; the vast for
the land above described, before the office o f my attorney, Frank Menefee,
Register and Receiver o f the U. S. at The Dalles, Oregon, within six
ests of the interior add millions as far as Priest Rapids, includ never make mistakes.” . —Ex.
I,and Office, at The Dalles, Oregon, on months from the date of this notice.
to the timber wealth of the ing the operation o f the boat
the 9th day of August, 1910.
Dated this 8th day o f July, 1910.
world; the coast country is un railway at Celilo. From Priest
Claimant names as witnesses:
A deline S ellinger ,
A meeting of the Horticultural
surpassed for products, while Rapids to Wenatchee some work
Thomas Henningson, Gus Godberson,
Administratrix o f the estate
Robert Simpson, Charley Bennett, all
the hop production is greater
o f George Sellinger, deceased.
o f Mosier, Oregon.
F rank M enefee ,
than in any other State; fruit ! to Okanogan the river is prac Hall Tuesday afternoon, August
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9th, at 1:30.
A full attendance 1
Attorney for Administratrix.
culture has been carried on suc tically in shape.
First publication July 8, last Aug 5.
is desired as business o f impor
Pinrtipub. July 15, last Aug. 12.
“ Portland should realize this tance is to be transacted.
cessfully in southern Oregon,
Notice for Publication.
while eastern Oregon has been as a great opportunity. To Port
A mos R oot ,
Notice for Publication
(I so la te d T r a c t .)
the domain o f the bonanza wheat land the benefit of an open river
PU BLIC LAN D SA LE.
farmer. With all these numerous will be incalculable. In place of
D epartment of the I nterior ,
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Orego
and varied resources there has having products o f British Co
August 1st, 1910.
United States Land Office,
been almost no “ specializing” lumbia go east by way of Van The M o s i e r Hills
Notice is hereby given that Pa<
The Dalles, Oregon, June 27th, 1910.
among the people.
Harmaen, of Mosier, Oregon, w ho, o
Notice is hereby given that, as di March 17th, 1909, made Homrstt a<
has worked at many trades and to Portland. It is impossible to
by the Commissioner of the Gen No. 04660, for Lot 1, and EI-2N W 1-'
eral Land Office, under provisions o f Section 7, Township 1 North, Range 1
each patch of ground has pro over estimate what this means.
Act o f Congress approved June 27, blast, Willamette Meridian, has file
duced grain, fruit and vegeta It is Portland’s chance, but Port
1906, Public— No. 303, we will offer at notice o f intention to make Final eon
public sule, to the highest bidder, at It) mutation Proof to establish claim I
bles, with no system as to the land must be wide-awake enough
o’ clock a. m ., on the 4th day o f August., the land above described, l»t for. tl
W. H. KF.RSLAKE, Mgr.
planting, improving, or market to realize it.—Glacier.
1910, at this office, the following tract Register and Receiver o f the U. 5
of land, to-wit : SW 1-4SE 1-4, Sec. 27,
ing of the products. It has been
W e deal in improved and unimproved W 1 -2 N E 1-4, Sec. 34, T. 2 N ., R. 11 K Land Office, at The Dalles. Oregon, o
i e Kth day o f September, li'UL
A Sermon in Figures
left to Hood River to “ special
fruit land in Mosier (’ ¡strict. Send for WM.
Claimant nt - »s as wltrrases:
ize” its fruit and apples are
The Oregonian says:
our K< ( V let o f Bargains.
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above-deseribed lands are adviser' ‘ o
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grown according to methods
Though 21 counties of Oregon
W ■ are agents for the MOUNTAIN file their claims, or objections, on r
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I >r. , ('I
gained by study and experience, have declared for local option, V i e w O r c h a r d T ract , located South- before the day aim' e designated for "
. ■ Mar»it . of ’:
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and are marketed under a sys leaving but 13 “ wet” territories, ; east of Mosier. This land will be cut
C. W . M o o r e , Register.
tem so perfect as to insure a the annual report o f Colonel Da- 1 up in small tracts to suit purchaser,
U’i nM< n Augr, 5, ln t K« » > V
ready sale to distant dealers.”
NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE.
viu M. Dunne, United Slates Col and sold on easy payments.
lector o f Internal Revenue, for
MOSIER. - - ORE.
16th day o f June, 1910, sn or ’ >
Plan Open River into Canada
the fiscal year, shows that in
regularly given and made in th V
An action taken by the Port 1910 the tax on distilled spirits
Court of the Stute o f Oregon for
licensing the un •
land Chamber of Commerce leads
guardian o f the person an.'
‘ ,1»? )«, . \ ' * f »
to the belief that the deepening the largest amount in its history
John A. Bell, to sell the W e st lie.
oction g. m m tceu
o f the channel in the Columbia
the Southwest Quarter of the South
river so that it will be navigable
west Quarter of Section 16, Towns' ip
from Portland to Bobson, B.C.,
year was $224,721.50 and the
is a matter o f the near future.
The Canadian government in largest previous year was 1907,
vited the Commercial bodies of though it was $18,965 less than Mosier
Portland to take up the matter. for 1910. Last month’s collec
QUEEN OP THE
RTHWE M EL.- .
A resolution was adopted re tions were $145,421.92 and that
questing President Knapp to ap amount includes receipts from
Near the Mouth of the Col t
iver, on the W a i to t . ->
C. H JKNKINS, D. M. D.
point a committee to meet with the tax on corporations.
D k n t is t
Sir Wilfred Lauirer premier, and was a slight increase in the tax OFFICE OVER BUTLER
T H E PLACE
SPEND \ G L k
members o f the Canadian cabi
Office 28 Residence 28 B
net at Nelson, B. C., September nominal compared with the ad HOOD R1VKR
1. At that cabinet meeting the
Twenty-five Miles o f Magnificent Beach
In 1907 the tax on distilled
Portland men and the Canadians
Level, Crmpnr' : nd Smooth
will resolve themselves into a spirits was $76,871.30 and it
F or your Drugs, Sundries, Patent Medicines, Station
i ciates the editor.
N O R T
M OSIER M A R K E T
D. P. HARVEY, Pro’p.
Fresh and Cured Meats
M o s ie r
Reputar $50.00 Bridge-Beach make................... $42.50
$40.00 Charter Oak................................. $32.50
$42.50 Reservoir Steel Ratine...............$37.50
A pleasant place to spend a so
cial hour is at
S. E. Francisco’s Pool Room
Oaegon and Washington
Many thriving and tidy communities, delightful hotel, cottage,
tent and camp life. All the comforts of home and the
healthful, invigorating recreation of the seaside—surf
bathing, fishing, clam digging, beach bonfires,
riding;, racing, hunting, strolls and drives
through picturesque wooded headlands.
O r e g o n Ketlucc‘£l Rates from
Until July 1, 1910.
W . E. C hown
B I A (
S oft D rinks , C andy , C igars
The Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co
Season Rate: From Portland Round Trip, $4.00
Three Day—Saturday to Monday Rata, $3.00
Purchaae ticket* and make reservation« at City Ticket O flW , 3r J and
Washington Streeta, Portland, or inquire of any U. K. & N. agent
elaewhere for information.
W IL L IA M M C M U R R A Y
G E N E R A L PASSENGER AG EN T,