Mosier bulletin. (Mosier, Or.) 1909-19??, September 02, 1910, Image 4

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LO C A L —
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Furnished Rooms, by week or
month, in private family. Apply
D. W. H u d s o n , P.0. Box 155,
Mosier, Ore.
a-22tf.
W AN TE D
Mixed car o f Oak and Fir.
State price o f each and whether
four foot or sixteen inch, and
shipping point
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C.
I. I r e l a n d ,
Moro, Ore.
A Farewell Surprise
October Fair at The Rifles
| Go to the Mosier Lumber Co.
About eight o'clock Tuesday
We acknowledge receipt o f the for your sash, doors, srceensetc.
The Mosier Luml»er Co. can evening l i l t e c u o f -Mosier's premium list for the Twentieth,
fill your orders for lime, cem ent,' young folks gathered at the J. Ann"*»] Exhibition of the Second
brick and plaster.
j E. H igley home and from there ’ Eastern Oregon Agricultural So-
P. L. Arthur left yesterday repaired to the temporary quar~| ciety, embracing the counties o f
morning for a visit at his home tors o f the Clark family at the Wasco and Hood River, which
in Castle Rock, Wash.
Christian Church, to tender a will he held from October 4 to
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. farewell surprise on Miss Nada, 8. This list will Le sent free to
Wm. Baker left the latter part ,
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Itelore her departure for Med- any one applying to Judd S.
of last week for an indefinite vis- . j
Fish, Secretary, at The Dalles,
it in the Willamette valley.
j The young lady was just con- Ore.
W . H. KERSLAKE, Mgr.
Several o f the young people1 templating how she might host
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The cash premiums to he given
enjoyed a trip to Hood River sPend *ier. last evening >n Mosier,
W e (tealfin improved aid unimproved
this
year
for
agricultural
exhi­
when a knock sounded at the
last Sunday afternoon.
| door, and upon answering it the bits amount to $1,500.
There fruit-land in Mosier district. Send for
h
is!
self-invited
guests
burst
in
upon
E. E. Fraodrick moved
.
will be some fine exhibits at the our Iiooklet o f Bargains.
family out to the ranch yester- ] * her
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\ f! s';!’r)nsf‘ " ’as com' Fair, and lovers o f livestock and
MOSIER, - - ORE.
day, where they will reside this ¡ ¡ * ^
¡ ^ 0 * recep- those intef ested in « " c u lt u r e )
Five hundred families wanted (
at-ojive.
The M o s ie r Hills
Land
During the month o f September I will sell
, Studebaker Wagons, Hacks
and Buggies at prices below
& Orchard For Cash
Company
winter.
tion room, and here various and horticulture w i l l f i nd
FOR S A L E
W. C. Kerslake arrived in games were played in which products o f this district that will
Petite Prunes, in any quanti­
town last Saturday and will everyone joined with enthusi- open their eyes as to the won- j
ty. at my ranch a mile east of
spend » * «m e with his father,
« “ * » ' , p red u cU ien e« o f this,
town. Price 1 cent per pound.
W.
H.
Kerslake.
I
were
served
by
Rev.
Clark,
and
)d„,. °
rt‘gon.
E d . F. R e e v e s ,
W a n t e d — A crood homestead p o r tly after eleven good-byes
speed program will be of
Mosier, Ore.
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. were said and the friends dis- unusual interest and attractive
relinquishment. Call at Bulletin
perfied to their homes.
purses will he hung for each
While it was an enjoyable oc- event. There are so many at-
F o $ S a l e :— One nearly new office or write, stating price and
there v^as a je e lln g tnlca„ ns that ;t „ impo8sible J
folding ted, with springs. Will givinK full description.
AT COST
Fruit
Lands
Bog.. Price
Special.
2 1-2 in. Wagons with bolster spuing and
spring seat,
$100.00
2 3-4 in. Wagons, same as above;.
140.00
3-in. Wagons, same as above,
115.0H
3-in. half truck, gear only; wide tire;.
95.0(1
1 1-4 in. platform Spring Wagon, with brake, 135.00
1 1-8 in. Studebaker lfttigrade Buggy,.leather
top and brake,
125.00.
15-16th Studebaker Buggy, same as apove,,
U0.Û0
15-16th
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100.00
Studebaker Juniors,.
8.50.
$85.00
90.00
95.00
75.00
120.00
100.00
100.00
85.00
6.50
Alex. Stewart,
Mosier, Oregon.
gell cheap.
Inquire of F. A.
W. E. Driver, a Baptist Mist
wil|; /, f,„.' sbf. „.h„ hfs
mention them all The best way
For sale by Burggraf & W il­
Wilfert, Mosier, Ore.
tf sionary o f Portland, preached, nf)anv friends during her sum- f° earn about them is to send fert in all parts o f Mosier Dis­
A . J. Derby
Miss Huntetrls Postmistress!
last Sunday night to a large con- j mer’ s sojourn here, was about * ° L a Prerr|ium list,
trict. Fine Bargains. See us
Miss Nora Hunter has been
gregation at a union meeting to depart for another section o f
ae aianagement is making
L aw yer -
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every effort to make the affair l,efore I,u-v in* elsewhere. We
C. L. McKenna, o f Portland,
appointed
postmistress atMasier„
held in the Christian Church.
¡the slate, to make
fhe most successful of any in the have small and large tracts. Ten
spent last Sunday in town.
among other people.
OREGON *° ta*te *he P*ace ° f Mrs. Rachael
HOOD R IV E R
past. Send for a list and then acre tracts that we can sell you
Mrs. Jas. McClure and her;
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| Stewart, who was forced to re­
Stanley Eastman and Wife vis­
make
up your mind to attend.
at the right price on easy terms
daughter, Mrs. VanFleet, left
sign on account o f her health.
C.
A.
McCargar
and
family
ited in Hdod River Tuesday.
All correspondence promptly
for their home at LaGrande, af- I leave today for Portland, where
Miss Hunter,, who has been the
ANNOUNCEM ENT
Mrs. F. A. Shogren is visiting p ter
answered. We will take care of
„„ a
„ three
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oc« .,i.n
d l her they wjn spend the Winter.
weeks’
visit - with
efficient assistant in the office
Having received the unsolicited you.
friends in Portland this week.
cousins, W. T. and T. J. Mc­
for some time,, has received her
Notary Public
recommendation and endorse-1
H. M. Huxley spent Sunday Clure.
certificate and took full charge-
READ SEPTEMBER SUNSET
and
ment o f the R e p u b l i c a n S t a t e
with his family in Hood River.
o f her duties yesterday..
A lex Stewart presented his an­
Read “ Arizona the 47th Star” a n d D i s t r i c t A s s e m b l y , as
Fire Insurance
The Reliable Dealers
W. L. Dreshach was a business nouncement this week for nom­ by Governor Richard E. Sloan, Joint Representative, for Wasco
Hosier
Oregon
visitor in Hood R iver last Mon­ ination for the office o f joint and “ Fremont and the Bear Flag and Hood River Counties, I here- MOSIER
War” by William Simpson, in
OREGON
representative for Wasco and
day.
Sunset for September now on by announce myself as a candi­
Hood River counties. Mr. Stew­ sale at all news stands, fifteen date, subject to the decision o f
Miss Phronia Denny was shop­
art is endorsed by the Republi­ cents.
the voters o f the Republican par­
ping in Hood River on Tuesday
can Statò Assembly.
W IL L TRAD E FOR
ty o f said district at the Primary 1 The Poet Pipes His- Lays
las«.
Razors put in first-class condition.
For Representative
MOSIER L A N D
Mr. W m . McMurray, Gen.
to he held September 24th, 1910.
F. A. Shogren is building a
Frank M. Gill, o f Dufur, is an And if nominated and elected T
8 lots near Seattle, Equity
Pass. Agt. o f the O. R. & N. Co.,
barn on his premises east o f
anti-assembly candidate on the
10 acres, Napa, Calif
1250!
with
his
wife,
came
up
from
shall
use
my
best
judgment
and
town.
Republican ticket for the office
5 Pass. 4 cylinder, 35 H..P.’
Portland on Saturday evening o f State Representative for the ability in the discharge o f the(
auto
1000’
Herman Reeves was a busi­ and spent Sunday with their district, composed o f the counties duties o f the of.,ce.
3 passenger runabout 20 h p 500
ness visitor iu Hood River last friends, Mr. and Mrs. Kern, at of Wasco and Iiood River.
j
A V E X ST E W A R T .
5 room5 house. Portland,
D A V ID ROBINSON, M. D.
Tuesday.
Equity
1400
their ranch south o f town.
Contract Mortgages $250 to 1000
MH D.'Snow and Miss Jainella They returned home Sunday
P h y s ic ia n a n d S u r g e o n
Industrical, dividend paying,
were visitors in Hood River on evening.
stock. Any amount.
Tuesday.
We call attention to the an­
W H A T H AV E YO U TO TRAD E
MOSIER
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OREGON7
S. E. Francisco was a business nouncement o f I). P. Harvey,
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visitor in Portland the first of who isout for the nomination for
County Commissioner.
Also
the week.
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but we lay pipes, which is o f fa r more MOSIER - -
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that
o
f
Fra«k
M.
Gill,
o
f
Dufur,
service to mankind.
W e are expert
xleo, Wright was attending to
j plumbers, and repairers o f all kinds of
business matters at Hood River who is after the nomination for
G e o . H a a c k e , P ie »..
B u s in e s s e n t r u s t e d
to
■ Plumbing work.
W e do our work A l l
State representative from Wasco
Tuesday morning.
i quickly and thoroughly, using the best
T h e C a r e o f t iie
A ll kinds o f Building
and Hood River counties on tiie
materials only and employing only the
Mrs. Cobb returned last Tues­ anti-assembly ticket.
1.
Horse Racing
Material on hand, in­
best and most reliable workmen.
We
day from a three months’ visit
cluding lath and shingles
install new plumbing for water, gas,
Mr.
Lou
Hess,
o
f
Portland,
has
2.
A
ir
Ship
Flying
'at her old home in Kentucky.
of The Dalles, Oregon
sewage, etc., and our ciiargts are
been spending a few days at
Estimates given for ma­
3.
Auto Races
founded on reason.
Miss Marion Ide. o f Portland, Grand View Terrace, with his
W IL L H AVE PROMPT A T T E N T IO N 1
terial for building. . ..
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arthur friends, Mr. and Mrs. Kuhn.
4.
Band Concerts
Capital
$100,000.001
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;Kuhn, at Grand View Terrace.
Surplus and undivid­
While here Mr. Hess has become
5.
Theatrical Attractions
ed
profits
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100,000.00
1
Mrs. James Pinder, o f Port­ much impressed with the laud
H O O D R IV E R
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OREGON
G.
Stock Exhibitions
Cash Prizes
J. S. SCHENCK, P r e s i d e n t
land, visited the first o f the and may eventually take hold of
ork
7.
Fruit, Grain, Vegetables Cash Prizes
E d M. W i l l i a m s
M a x A. V o g t !
week with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. some investment:
Mr. Hess is
JOHN G. ZOLLS & SONS
Vice Pres.
Cashier
one o f Mr. Ben Selling’s oldest
Akers.
ell
one
$1500.00 Cash for Premiums
men.
j Contractors in Stone, Brick and Con­
E. T. Johnson, George and
Send For Speed
Drop into the B u l l e t i n offiec
The undersigned is thoroughly
crete W ork
Charles Steelsmith, of Portland,
Mrs. H. C. Clark and daugh­
Program To
Hood River
and
get
a
receipt
for
that
year’s
!
prepared
to put down open wells
Oregon
spent à part o f last Sunday in ter Nada started on Wednesday
in any part o f the surrounding
I
subscription..
town.
morning o f this week for Med­
| country. Has a complete outfit,
!
including pipe cutting and thread-
Mrs. Harry Kemp, o f Hood ford, in southern Oregon, where
BOOKS, STA TIO N E R Y, PE R IO D IC A LS and SCHOOL
; ing tools-.. Does all kinds o f ce­
Ri ver, is visiting a few days they expect to spend the winter
S U P PLIE S -
OLD BOOKS BOUGHT, SOLD and
ment,. rock and concrete work.
here with her brother, John and where the latter will attend
E XCH ANG E D
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SUBSCRIPTIONS T A K E N FOR
Has Had 30 years’ experience in
school.
Rev.
Clark
accompanied
1 Davenport.
the well business. May be found'
A N Y P E R IO D IC A L A T
P U B LIS H E R S ’
PRICES.
them as far as Portland.
Il is
hy addressing him at The Dalles,
O. D. Hogg and family came
Local A yenl for The Oregonian.
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with feelings o f regret that the
Ore.,
or inquire at Maier &
up from Portland on Monday
A place where all may enjoy a quiet hour at pool or card table.
people o f Mosier witness the de­
Schanno’ s store. The Dalles, On:
and will spend a couple o f weeks
A
fine
line
o
f
Cold
Soft
Drinks,
Cigars
and
Tobaaco
on
hand.
parture o f these worthy people
A. E. N e g u s .
cm their ranch west o f town.
We treat our patrons courteously and invite the public to drop
from our midst, for it is such a
in and make themselves at home.
Mr. and Mrs. King Wilson, o f class o f citizens that tend toward «KKKMMt»-
Remember the place, downstairs, under Stroup’ s Hall.
Portland, spent Sunday in Mo­ the upbuilding and improvement
DR. H. L. DUMBLE
sier, the guests of A. P. Bate- o f any place, and Mosier can ill
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P H Y S IC IA N and s u r g e o n
ham and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. afford to loose them.
The best
Akers.
wishes o f all go with them to
HOOD RIVER
:
OREGON
' Miss Nona Liebe, o f Los An­ their new home.
DEALER IN
geles, Cal., came down from The
Candidate For County CcmmUtlnncr:
Dalles on Monday and visited a
W ill practice in Mosier and1
day with her sister, Mrs. Fred
I hereby announce to the vot-
May be reached by long dis­
Evans.
| era o f Wasco county that I ;un a
tance phone. Home phone 61.
G. E. McCarter and family, candidate for the nomination for
'county
commissioner
on
the
Re­
who have been camping on
Rock Creek for a couple o f publican ticket at the primaries
H IDES!
H ID E S!!
H ID E S !!!
weeks, left Tuesday afternoon Sept. 24th. I f nominated and
Call
the ulletin
and
elected I will serve ¡ill the people
'fo r their home at Portland.
o f the county to the best o f my
get tags
ship your hides to
J. E. Cole and family left last .jhility
Kauffman, Davidson, Semmel, of
‘ to
Sunday for Portland, where Mrs.
D. P. H a r v e y .
Portland.
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Cole and the children will visit
a week ol- so with her parents.
S B E M B a R K Cî
Mr. Cole returned home Monday.
We have another dandy good special we ate dis-
N ew Fall Dress Goods o f every dfescription.
The
J. P. Faust, o f Portland, was
Do not
playing in our west window for Saturday,
a puest o f F. A. Shogren this!
largest and finest .»sortm ent we have ever had.
miss being in on these.
week. While here he inspected
Don’t overlook these. J V e can save you money.
H O O D R IV E R ’S L A R G E S T c: B E S T S T O R E
several places around Mosier,
with a view to investing in some \
and taihfred, o f the newest fabrics. All thor­
o f our apple land. Mr. Faust is
suits is equal to lets o f suits that you pay $7.00
oughly shrunk before they are made up, which
in the engraving department of
N ew Suits, Dress, Capes and Coats for
We want you to call and see the fine new
g ta “intees a shape retaining garment.
You
and $8.00 for.
Then we have cheaper ones
the O refo dan.
lot o f new styles and weaves in our new
Ladies and Misses. One of the Largest and
have no idea how much better you will feel
and le tte r ones.
Any kind, any price you
fall Suits and Overcoats for Men ami Boys.
Mrs. Brown, Miss Mulkey.
and look in ope o f these suits. Our Fall stock
Bast assortments we? have ever had.
All
can wish for.
I f you want a low priced Suit we have some
Messrs. Holmes, Diefenlmch and
is now ready t’orvour inspection. Come in and
this fall’s styles, personally selected. Now
o f the very host values that can be offered
Woodcock, of Portland and Se­
see them. Hart, Schaffner & Marx Suits and
anywhere.
All nicely made and finished
is the time to get that-new suit while you
attle, have been here for the
Overcoats for $18.00. $20.00. $22.00 and$25.t 0.
Men’s ami Boys’ Extra Parts in Kahaki,
and o f material that would give the best o f
past two weeks, camping on
Other makes in Suits and Overcoats for S5.UO,
have a complete assortment to choose from.
satisfaction, even if you paid 1-4 more for
Rock Creek and exploring the
Funston. Corduroys, Jear-s. and Worsteds and
$8.00. $10.00, $12.00 and $15.00.
Ladies’ Suitvfor.$8.Oil; $10.00, $12.00. $15.00
them than we are asking.
country. Miss Mulkey is an ar­
Cassimeres, for 90c, $1.00, $1.50, $1.90, $2.00,
Then
if
you
want
the
best
line
o
f
clothes
tist and is sketching the scenery
and up. Coats and Capes for $4.50, $5.00,
$2.50, $3.00. $3.50 and up to $7.00 a pair.
made, we want you to try one o f our HART.
auuut Mosier.
The first four
$6.00,
$7.00 and up.
The Best Values you ever saw for $2.50,
SC H AFFN E R & M AR X make.
These are
rtientioned were guests o f Mr.
$3.50 rtnd $4.00. The material in these $4.00
guaranteed to lie All Wool, perfect’ ) cut
Woodcock.
Alex. Stewart
Burggraf
& W ilfert
R E AL E S TA TE
MOSIER
B arber Shop
J. E. COLE.
D . D; H A IL
at THE DAI,LES, Oregon, 1910
Mosier Lumber Co.
5 days, October 4 to 8, inclusive
$1500.00
First National Bank
$500.00
WtLL W
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at
office
JUDD S. FÎSH, Secretary
The P ass-T im e
E. N. STROUP, Prop’r
JAS. E. COLE.
A. E. LAKE
MOSIER
“The Popular Clothier
¡T
he
OREGON
PINES HOTEL
l Men’s Clothing, e Furnishings
f
MR: C. A. FREY, Prop.
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and Shoes
Good Accommodations
II
Rates $1.00 per day and up
} THE DALLES, OREGON I
j Corner 2nd and Washington Sts.
ÌMOSIER, OREGON
THE PARIS FAIR
New Fall Suits
Boys’ 2-Piece Suits
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