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FR ID AY
î t C. KIBBEE, Proprietor
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Entered as second class matter March 12, 1909, at
the post office at Mosier, Oregon, under the Act of
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MOSIER, WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FR ID A Y, AUGUST 26, 1910
OUR P O R T L A N D L E T T E R
to the party ordering them, at legal rates, and.
N ichol & CO.
paid for before affidavits are furnished.
V i V ) Vÿ
£>uecess;ui Fruit Kaisers
FINE LAU ND R Y W O R K ”
¡S e e
Portland, Ore., Aug. 23 (Special)
—Two announcements o f the
greatest moment to the state las, November and purchased o f
have come from the Hill railway M s. A. M. Forsberg her 28 ; ere Hood River Laundry Company
J. E. COLE. M oaikk A g e n t
interest the past week.
One ranch, they made one of the best
was the public statement of investments to be found in tb s
Situated about tw o
President John F. Stevens that district.
the Oregon Trunk would com miles southeast o f town, and
mence work on a line between sheltered from both tiie east and
He can make your watch keep time
Medford, Josephine county, to west winds, it is an ideal spQt
connect with the Oregon Trunk
east o f that point beyond the
O f the 28 acres comprising Harness and Saddlery Goods
Cascades. The other wag con
tained in amendment to the Ore this place, about 14 are set to
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
gon Trunk from a point near fruit trees, mainly apples o f the Hand-made Harness a Specialty i
Bend, Crook county, to the heart Spitzenherg and Yellow New-
o f Harney county, near Burns, town varieties. Between three HOOD RIV ER - OREGON1
a distance of 155 miles. Simul- and four acres o f these fourteen
taneously with revelation o f are *n bearing this year, but an
People coming to Mosier who
j some regenerating process, with
those great plans, Mr. Stevens1 experienced fruit grower has es-
wish to he “ shown” what we
Movement is n o w general an unfaltering faith that there
was elected president o f the Spo- timated the crop o f apples at
can do here in the raising o f ap among the states to remodel the
a treasure, i f you could only
kane, Portland & Seattle Ry.. 2300 boxes. The apples are fr e e j
ples, or any other fruit, should hi treatment o f offenders in our find it, in the heart of every
better known as the North Bank, ] from sunburn, scald, scale and
all means he taken thru some of prisons by reducing the idea o f man.”
making him president o f all the worms, of good si2e and shape. \
the orchards in the vicinity 0 ! detention therein as punishment
Well may these words find en
o f Mosier, Oregon,
Hill systems in this state and the and the percentage o f market-'
town. A visit to the J. P. Car- and increasing influences tend trance in the hearts of all whose
With the work able fruit will be very high. I f j
roll orchard, for instance, will ing to reform.
F o r your Drugs, Sundries, Patent Medicines, Station
This will gain duty it is to make and to apply
deemed consequent to announced apples bring anywhere near last;
speedily convince them as t< support if the recent speech o f the criminal law. So may pris-
ery, Toilet Articles, Candy and Cigars, Ice Cretan and
construction projects, the Hill year s price, the M athews or-,
painstaking the English Home Secretary, |ons for many an offender open
interests will have in Oregon chard will yield about 25 per
care and systematic weak com | Winston Churchill, is studied, | a way to restoration and recov-
Everything in the Drug line.
from 800 to 900 miles o f railway cent interest on the investment. ;
hined with the natural advar,- j detailing the features o f the plan , ery. So may the old inscription
costing for roadbed and tracks
Besides apples, there are on :
; tages o f soil and climate, will ac ion which he and other English lose its fatal force, “ All hoi e
upwards o f 40,000,000, perhaps j this place peaches, pears, prunes.
complish. It is a sight that as | authorities have long been la-1 abandon ye who enter here.” —
! grapes, and small fruits, all
tonishes, bewilders and delight1 boring. So many o f the evils Oregonian,
liead yielding the finest kind o f fruit, j Mosier Fisherman Champion
the Eastener, or anyone else, to referred to prevail in regard t o 1
Judge Robert S. Lovett,
'* • * '
Mr. Mathews, the uncle, has;
thru this orchard and be prison life in this country that it
of all the Harriman railway sys-i
Three doctors were operating
W AN TE D
had years o f experience as a 1
terns, has j use finished a thorough |
on a man for appendicitis.
A f- hold row upon row o f trees so is hardly too much to say that
Mixed ear o f Oak and Fir.
raiser in the valley, as is Middfi swart ar.d w ife and Geo.
tour o f examination through Cen-
I'eavily laden with apples that similar reforms could be applied State price o f each and whether
evidenced by the care which is
tral Oregon, starting at Ontario
j -me o f the doctors missed a small the branches are borne to tht in well nigh every state o f this four foot or sixteen inch, and
! taken o f this orchard.
He and > Tuesday fiom a month s fishing
and taking automobiles across!
'file patient was re- Fr°und with their weight.
In Union, Oregon included.
his nephews had investigated ! and l'unl ' nR on Hood River. Up
country to Burns, Lakeviev
opened, the sponge found with- this, as in most other well-kept
C. I . I r e l a n d ,
It is proposed to check im-
’ T ’ j many other fruit sections o f Ore- ^ di\te’ E. J. Middleswart holds
Klamath, Bend, and ..cioss the|
I the championship f<jr landing the in and the man sewed up again, orchards, the tops of the trees are iprisonment for non-payment o f
¡gon amlJrVashington, outon coni
Cascades from near Bend to j .
Immediately the second doctor cl|t bac‘k so that the trees grow
fines \f? giving judges discretion
that j bi«B'est steelhead trout evei
Albany. Judge Lovett said this! ,n« ‘ to Mos,er they dec,ded
He missed a needle. Again the pa- low and spread out, and about 80 in allowing and extending time
FOR S A LE •
this section offered greater ad- (‘ai!£ht in Hood River.
tour was made to give him per
I tient was opened and closed, percent o f the fruit can be picked
for payment; to apply the prin
Petite Prunes, in any'quanti
j vantages as to soil, climate and i au" bt
sonal, direct knowledge o f cx>n-j
jj , j hut wound up his record by hook Then the third doctor missed a ! by standing on the ground, lad- ciple o f reform schools to o f ty, at my ranch a mile east of
diLions in the vast
ing and landing, after forty pair o f scissors. “ Gentlemen,” ders being used very little. This fenders up to 21 years old, sub town. Price 1 cent per pound.
which a multitude o f re -o rts 1 seen> anL' they believe their juug- minutes o f exciting play (and said the victim, as they were orchard .is one.of the “ showjne”
stituting for imprisonment a
E d . F. R eeves ,
had been made.
When he tin I men* was !io( at fault.
about to open him up again, “ for siffhLs o f Mosier and no one who
curative and reforming influence:
Mr. Mathews also owns two; work) a fifteen pound steelhead
ished his trip, lie stated specific-j
heaven’s sake, if you’re going to comes here to look at fruit land
to substitute wherever possible
other tracts, one o f 80 acres, trout that measured 35 inches in
ally that his company would j
The hook used was a ; keep this up put buttons on me!” should leave without seeing it.
outdoor work on roads and in
Notice for Publication
which was a part o f the McClure
build a trans-state line across
Mr. Middle- ~ L x .
The Mosier Lumber Co. can National or state forests for con
tract, and one o f 44 acres known 1 No. 2 bass hook.
partm ent op
t h e I n t e r io r ,
Eastern Oregon in an east-west
| fill your orders for lime, cement, finement within prison walls. U. D S. e Lurid
Ullice at The Dulles, Oregon
as the Pearl place. Those tracts
direction, but the time when it
success and his photo, with that
August 1st, 1910.
Both in Germany and in Switzer
wonld be done, and the terminal he is improving and will soon 1 o f his prize catch, should adorn
Notice is hereby given that Paul
One 4 year old black Harnble-
Harnrsen, o f Mosier, Oregon, who, on
were not stated.
He further! have set to Spitzenherg and N e w -! the temple o f fame.
tonian mare, weight nearly 1000
cal. It is also proposed to re March 17th, 1909, made Homestead,
j town apples,
said that all the available acre-itown
aP’>,les- The Mathews gen-
No. 04600, for Lot 1, and El-2NWTl-4,
f i ne driver.
duce largely the term o f solitary Section
7, Township Î North, Range 12
age o f the region would have to tlemen
their fa,tb ln
nearly new, single top buggy,
confinement permitted to be East, Willamette Meridian, has filed
be brought up to a high state o f
. . . . . .
o f intention to make Final com
I with harness. Inquire at Buile-
awarded in prisons for offenses notice
Mosier to the fore again!! I f
mutation Proof to establish claim to
cultivation before one line would j
rt;sults are justitying both.
against prison rules; to arrange the land above described, before the
there is anything in the way of;
pay- This exhaustive inspection j
and Receiver o f the U. S.
for periodical lectures and other Register
Land Office, at The Dalles, Oregon, on
by the chief of the Harriman j
W . H. KERSLAKE, Mgr.
forms o f educational interest in the Hth day o f September, 1910.
lines is believed to ante-date ac , A genuine surprise party was to per:lection in size and quality | 0ng tpam o f peldlngs weight
Claimant names as witnesses:
prisons where good conduct can
tive construction by the g re a t! given last Wednesday evening at | we haven t heard o f it.
We | al)out 950 each, double harness
Frank S. Roberts, o f Mosier. Oregon,
Alfr ed L. Sundborg, o f Mosier, Oregon,
system on an extension o
o f Mr.
weea °t - a .......
Smith fruit land in ? osier district. Send for
ot f th
u. ‘ ,
place convicts under license or CarlG. K. Carlson, o f Mosier. Oregon,
our Booklet o f Bargains.
Herbert C. Maitin, o f The Dalles, Ore-
W e are agents for the M ountain indeterminate sentences under • on.
Apply to J. E. Carpen-
Short Line j at Ontario, and in -!o f America drove in about 9 ‘n Mr. Dick Evans orchard. | tools.
C. W. M o o r e , Register.
V ie w O rchard T ra c t , located South control o f committees drawn both
Natron-IClam-1 o’ clock, . and found the family
tended to t tap
a p the
_ re- This week Mr- Evans brought in . ter- Mosier, Ore.
A n * , 5, ’«»»t F«*pt. 2.
ath line near Odell. A promi- tired and peacefully sleeping, ian<» presented to us a box o f |
up .in small tracts to suit purchaser, tatives o f prisoners’ aid socii -
nent official of this system re -1 A genuine Royal Neighbor song j Yellow Crawford peaches, which
The ceremony over, the and sold on easy payments.
cently announced that the O re-1 served to rouse the sleepers, who lor si^e a,ld flavor certainly heat ried.
W. A. HUSBANDS
Not treating these plans as
gon appropriation for work this quickly made ready to entertain anything- we have seen.
They w ife began to weep copiously.
MOSIER, - - ORE.
conclusive against further, im
y e a r was 26,0-30,000,
which I their guests.
j * r e v v o n a five-year old tree and “ What’ s the matter?” asked the
“ I never told you
provement, Mr. Churchill closed Horse
Shoeing and General
reveals the tremendous program! Music, singing and refresh-, many o f them measured 9 inches new husband,
G e o . C h a m b e r l a i n his eloquent address in the-;
outlined to offset rival Hill con-|ments, consisting o f water in circumference, several o f them that I don’ t know how to cook,”
said lie. “ I ’ll not have anythin?
put out towards the discovery o f MOSIER
J t. Ho-A P X Rnllimrer 9of*re- cream, and delicious cake served Evans has one of the finest or-
to cook; I ’ m an editor.” —Ex.
tary o f the Interior, passed
The August number o f “ Bettor
^ .... . _ during
__ x the
week, i j o f fh « evening.
Fruit” is beautifully ^llustrat d,
being entertained at Portland! This is the beginning of a ser-,
partly in colors, descriptive o f
and Klamath Falls. A t Klamath *ea ° f surprises planned by tne: Candidate For County Commissioner
the Secretary declared that R °yal Neighbors for
^ their inem
I herfeby announce to the vot
ile favored extension o f the exist-’ bers> so he readj for you know ers 0f Wasco county that I am a front cover shows a life like pic
ture o f Comice pears—the high
ing project there, h u t said
candidate for the nomination for
est priced pear grown.
further that the Board o f Regu it may be your turn next.
; county commissioner on the Re
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. D.
Fruit is growing better with
lar Army engineers soon to come
publican ticket at the primaries
D e n t is t
each issue and is increasing all rEEICE OVER B UTLER
A C LE A R IN G HOUSE
HAN KIN G COMEAN Y
would have almost absolute say
Sept. 24th. I f nominated and
the time in circulation and use
elected I will serve all the people
in regard to future work.
Is an organization main
Ofli .• Ke»HÍ«Mi<‘ * 2ft R
fulness, being indispensable to
o f the county to the best o f my
tained by the banks in the
A real estate organization has
the fruit grower, whoever or
larger cities for convenience
been perfected in Medford, with
wherever he is. Long live Bet
in handling business. Clerks
D . P. H a r v e y .
the idea o f givin g out definite
For the above occasion a round trip rate o f
from all the banks that are
and authentic information o f the
price of lands thereabout, and in
and exchange tire checks
D. P. H A R V E Y , Pro’p.
a manner preventing inflation,
that each has on all the
will be made in territory shown below
if the tendency develops.
A t North Powder, Baker coun
Fresh and Cured Meats
totals give the approximate
ty, a strong artesian well was
opened in a bore o f 225 feet
From points south o f Riparia in Washington and from all
city every day.
depth, that being the second of
points in Oregon east o f The Dalles, September 6th.
The MOSIER V A L L E Y
B A N K is practically a Clear
From The Dalles and points west, Sej>tenil>er6th
U. S. Grant, of Dalias, has
ing House for this commun
and 7th. Final re urn limit September 12th.
shipped eight angora goats to a
ity and the totals o f the en
Virginia breeder, all being ex
tries on our liooks each day
THE EVENT OF THE SEASON!
ceptionally choice stock. North
give a fair idea o f the amount
west breeders are reaching out
o f business done in the Mo
Regular 850.00 Bridge-Beach make................... ? 12.50
i A pleasant place to spend a so
for the best livestock markets.
$40.00 Charter Oak.........................
cial hour is at
$42.50 Reservoir Steel R a n g e ............. $37.50
perhaps be surprised at the
Passenger agents o f all rail
p0r further particulars apply to any O. R. &. N. Agent or to
daily volume we have some
ways terminating here announce
S. E. Francisco’s Pool Room
times. Much the larger per
that an immigration o f at least
centage o f our citizens have
lhO.OOO people is expected in the
accounts with us and are
W IL L IA M M cM U R R A Y .
S o ft D r in k s , C a n d y , C i g a r s j
Northwest this Fall, in the ex
thus helping to make a busi
G E N E R A L PASSENGER AGENT,
cursion period between Septem
ness record for Mosier. We
ber 15 and October 15.
respectfully invite YOU to
PO RTLAND, OREGON.
55,009 are estimated to have
add your business to the to
cotne last Spring.
\ Hood River's Reliable Jeweler for
W cliches, Diamonds, Jewelry
A D V E R T IS E IN T H E B U L L E T IN
and Get Results.
M o s ie r
The A rth u r & B urt Drug Co.,
Prescriptions a Specialty.
The M o s i e r Hills
Land & Orchard
Excursion R a t e s T o Portland
Portland Fair and Livestock Exposition
The Oregon Railrcad & Navigation C a
Until July 1, 1910.
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