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H. C. KIBBEE, Proprietor
fl v^|Y ea s .................................................................$!.5i
Six Months.................................................................... 75 j
Three Months.................................................................50 I
Entere.i as second-class matter March 12, 1900, at
the post oftue at Mosier, Oregon, under the A ct o f
March 3, 1*79.
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MOSIER, WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1910
to the party ordering them, at legral rates, and
paid for before affidavits are furnished.
princess over white silk, a pink
OUR PORTLAND LETTER
jastem m - ■ ■ -•
‘ FINE LAUNDRY WORK’’
Portland, Ore., Sept. 6 (Special) picture hat and carried a large
—Strong support Tor the Nort .- h 'liquet o f pink roses.
Horn' with neatness am! dispatch
west movement to open the Co
lumbia River to navigation from
Hood River Igiundry Company
the sea far into British Columbia
The groom was attended by
J. E. COLE. M obil »*. A gen t i
is given by Premier Wilfrid
Mr. Clarence Dunsmorc. o f Mo-
si r. Only relatives of the im
| H ood R ivers Reliable Jeweler for
met delegations from Oregon
mediate families and friends who
and Washington at a conference
took part were present.
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
held at Nelson. B. 0 ., and gave
The bride and groom are both :
his unqualified endorsement of
well known, having been born
He can make your watch keep time
He signified his and brought up in The Dalits.
willingness to carry forward the Mr. Davenport has an interest|
GAY YOVVELL, M«r.
work on his side o f the boundary in the Davenport Bros. Conimis
line, or, if any way can he found, sion Business in Portland, hut at Harness
and Saddlery Goods
he will join with the United
A D V E R T IS E TN T H E B U L L E T IN
States in accom plishnf the work g * £ * « " *
T“ * Wagon Covers, Etc
as a whole. He lias given orders He is ^
o Hand-made Harness a Specialty
M o S iE R
also a brother of Mrs. F. S.
for surveying the river on the Gunning, of this city.
After the ..wedding they re
turned to thehome of the bride’s j
Reflecting the prevailing pros parents for a wedding supper. |
perity uirougnoui tne Racine
Mr. and Mrs. Davenport left!
isortnwest, Portland has just on Wednesday morning’ s train)
passed tiuougn tne most succe^s- for the Harvest Festival in Port-j
tui August m us history, a nioatn land, and other points of interest. ;
The A rthur & Burt Dray Co
ejsewuere accepted as one 01 The bride’s traveling suit was of
aiiusuimner.dullness, when nusi- i,!„P |,roa,| cloth.
ness of all kinds is in tne uol-
They will he at home in Mo-
uruuis. riot by any small per sier after November 1st.
For your Drugs, Sundries, Patent Medicines, Station
centage lias Portland outdis
Tf i t ’ s a su rface to
tanced former records, but by a A Former Mcsierite Writes from
p a in te d , e n a m e le d ,
ery, Toilet Articles, Candy and Cigars, Ice Cream and
w xue margin.
-uil tne weaitii
Washington, i'. C.
varnished or fin
comes from tile Sod, rivers,
Everything in the Drug line.
(Continued from lust w eek.)
mines and forests of me tribu
ished in gny way, there’ s
The city is famed for the num
tary country; Portland is merely
an A cm e Quality Kind
tne marl wnere tne products b e r and magnihcience of her
to lit tiie purpose.
here testily lo tiie well Idled comes the Washington monu
purse o f the producer in the ment in Washington P a r k .
YOU ARE INVITED
Mrs. Higley has been secured
Erected in honor of General
janitress, and considering im
Oregon s game birds a r e .Vaseingion, it is the highest
provements which have lieen
wanted m the South. Louisiana
j made the building and grounds
BANK, which appears in an j are in good condition.
lias arranged to s l o c k her lands measuring from floor to top 555
wiL.i 500 Omnese pheasants, pur-: ft* t. 5 1-8 inches. There is an
other column o f this paper.
A new rule has been made in
chasing the finds and eggs uom j • levator that takes you up to the
Onr first oflicial statement
regard to pupils going to town
a Oorvadis growler.
Tne birds >■ 0 foot level, where the shaft
was published just one year
at the noon hour.
win uj protected f a* live years, : cgi'iis to taper oft to a point.
ago, when we had been open
from each family is sufficient to
wnen tney may be snot undex i There are eight windows, two on
■¡flier side, affording an excel
for business two months. At j do errands; and we hope parents
will assist in enforcing- same.
many new nuvns ot Oregon lent opportunity of seeing Wash
that time our Deposits were
and W a s h i n g t o n will be seen on
a little more than $9,000.00,
the map now being i.-sued by the! xo Hiding country.
$3,450.00 and total Re
Portland Commercial Club, which trian statue o f Washington j
$15,000.00. The pres
brings this vvnole region up to
ent statement shows an in
date and iills up gap» noted in he crisis of the battle of Prince
O f the condition o f the
exisitmg maps. Cnanges in the
MOSIER VALLEY BANK
railroad situation win oe shown ion G’ rcle.. The Pence Monu-
the year, o f from 4C0 to liiUO
A t Mosier, in the State o f Oregon,
and the accurate m a p p i n g of the o at is at the foot of Capitol
P A I N T S A N D F IN IS H E S
at the close o f business, Sept. Ij*t, 1010:
stales will be a valuable ajd in Hill, and Lafayette Square con-
inforpiing strangers ot the op. i tains the-Lafayette monument, i
iK representing the intrepid French-1 have been possible without
D O L L A R S C l'S
portunities that exist in the
Accurate data o f man in the uniform o f the Con- i the confidence of the people
Ix>anr. ami discounts................................... 134,436 47
each locality will be ,riven, tiie tinenial Army. This square a l-! o f this community.
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.........
map being reproduced from ^ contains the bronze
. . , equestrian
T . I
The officers of the hank de
Bonds, Securities, e t c .,..............................
plates used by tiie Government statue o f General Andrew Jack-
Banking house, furniture and fixtures.. 1,184 95
son cast ¡rom cannons taken in, sire to express their hearty
Other real estate ow n ed...........................
Due from banks (not reserve b an k s). . . .
O rL on ’ s fruit has scored an-Jackson’ s campaigns.
Due from approved reserve banks........... 17,627 80
other triumph, HuoJ River fruit ,
1,iive seen not only Fords] ness, and will try to merit a
Checks and other cash item s..................
growers having just made what theatre in which Lincoln was as-, continuation of your confi
Cash on hand................................................ 2,302 30
is believed to be the biggest sale sassinated hut also across the
dence. In this way we will
o f fa n e v apples on record.
The street the building wherein the. all grow up together.
New York commission firm of wounded president died. H con-j
Steinhardt & Kelly lias closed foi tains many relics of the matyred
DOLLARS C T S ¡
practically all the fancy apples nresident. I saw Mso the flagj
Cápital stock paid in ..................................$10,000 00 ¡
f , , I..I
n t o » * . :
.. 1, r.. . .
50 74 I
grown in the Hood River dis- that was draped in iron tof the
Sixty-four pupils were regís- j Ì du
trict tiie purchase amounting t o 1 box wherein the president sat, tered Monday, five have entered i»iivWimi <i<-i>i»iu »uhjp-t to check
between 259,000 and 800,000 and the
tear in which since, making a total o f sixty- 1 c" hiw'*'***'“
boxes, or over 400 carloads. T h e 'B
ooth s s spur caught, throwing nine.
total .............. * m . oo in
transaction in v o l v e s a sum him to the stage. This flag is in | The new room was ready for STATE OF OREGON, <c
close to half a million dollars.
| a glass case in the Treasury.
and assign COUNTY OF WASCO. " *
M. Ross, Cashier
o r s m i's hop crop promises to
Mount Vernon, the home of ment o f lessons and class work o f the above-named bank, I, RobL.
do solemnly swear that
>e generous, witn first class ; W ashing .on am I die moat histone began j „ three rooms, teachers the above statement is true to the best o f my
luality. Tiie yield is now 'lemg and oeau jtu l .fli, me in t ie woild a.nci i>upils showing much inter- knowledge and belief.
R o bt . M. R o ss , Cashier.
fathered and great care is taken | >s on the \ irginia shoie.
W. A. HUSBANDS
... T i t ,
, ... .
C. II. JENKINS, D. M. D.
in the picking to get a crop
G. K I B B E E
A. »*. B atbiiam . A l e x . S t e w a r t , J. p . C ar -
o f leaves and stems that will
OFFICE O V ER BUTLER IIANKINO COMPANY
bring the usual good figure that America without desiring to pay in B'e Intermediate department, j Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6 th
Horse Shoeing and General
Blanche Ross and Rowland ,i,y ot utV*mber. wio
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
Oregon hops command in the homage to George Washington.
Office 28 Residence 28 B
Here on the brow of a little hill is Depee were absent this week, j
H. G. K ibbee ,
world’ s markets.
M o s ie r
the tomb of Washington and his
Mr. Kibbee lyis the honor o f
family. Above the door are the being the first visitor thk; year.
words: “ I am the resurrection —------ ----------------------------------------------------
At eight o ’clock last Tuesday and the life. He that helievethj
evening a quiet, but very pretty in me. though he were dead, yet
G eo . C h a m b e r l a i n
and impressive, wedding took shall he live. ’ The tomb is in
place at tiie Calvary Baptist charge oi' a faithful old negro, j
Church, when Miss Hannah L. A little further on I saw an old!
Krauss, daughter of Mr. and brick barn which was built in j
Mrs. Geo. Krauss, became the I7nd. I was interested in the
bride of John T. Davenport, son coa-li in H-hich Washington fre-|
Guarantees all its stock true to name and will replace all
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lewis nuently roue. There Ì3 an ir-)
trees orplants, failing to live the first year, if due care has
Davenport, formerly of this city. desrribable charm about the old ;
The popular COLONIST FARES will again be in effect be
Our customers are always satisfied and
The church, so appropriately- Mansion House at Mt. Vernon. ;
repeat their orders.
tween September 15th and October 15th, during which
decorated in flowers, evergreens The bedstead is there on which
A line dropped to our agent, S. W. Heppner, at Hood
period tickets to MOSIER will he on sale daily from
and house plants o f various our i,r t president died. The,
River, Ore., will bring him at any time to attend to your
kinds, and the wedding cere kitchen of the mansion is a very
mony so sacredly solemnised, interesting place; there are many
made it very effective.
A few odd utensils, and the dishes are!
minutes before eight the low, chiefly in blue like those used by
sweet sound of the organ was the Amish.
heard, and imm -Match after tJu * Then I went to Arlington,
old town cl ck struck eight, Mrs. noma o f the patriotic dear!. )
lie Roy Parks v-ry sweetly sang, Here sleep s:xt on thousand sol
Fresh and Cured Meats
“ When bong is Sweet” , and diers who died in the war be-!
then the strains o f toe march tween the «tat* s. The. most ini- !
and from other cities corresjsindingly low. These are West
from I, >he grin were heard as pressi ve right is the monument!
bound, one-way fares only, hut anyone here can PREPAY
T! e > ihe unknown dead, underj
for relatives or friends in the East, if desired. Consult
wedding party .-as ushered in which sleep 2111 nameless sol-;
your local railroad agent.
by Miss Eva Baker and Miss diers, who lied in the war for;
Ruth Gibbons and passed through the union, Tfie simple story is'
an arch o f Oregon grape, down told by the Following inscription:
the aisle enclosed with chains of “ Beneath this stone repose the
to let the world knowof our vast resources and splendid oppor
evergreen, to the altar, which hones of two thousand one hun-,
tunities for HOME BUILDING. Write to everyone you
Regular $50.00 Bridge-Beach make.....................$42.50
was or.o mass o f flowers, whore tired and eleven unknown sol
A pleasant place to spend a so-1
know in the East. Send them good instructive printed
they met the pastor. Rev. C'la-
$40.00 Charter Oak................................. $32.50
matter, and tell them that the cost of getting here
The ptrtv then took from the fields o f Thill Run and,
$42.50 Reservoir Steel R an ge...............$37.50
is hut little more than half the usual cost, and
their p'aces. m 'w a we l ling R > ite to the Ropr>ohanno"k.
to call on a representative of the O. R. &
hell made o f the leaves o f the Thr-’ r remairs co dd not he idr n-
N. Co. for all desired information, or address
southern silk oak. It was there tlfied, hutf heir names end deaths
ths solemn words nronoureed are r, corded in the Archives of
rhem hns'iard and wife, the ring their Country, and its grateful
S oft D rink «, C andy , C igars
citGens honor them as o f their
cer^monv being used.
W IL L IA M MCMURRAY.
The bride were a trown o f chif Noble Army o f Martyrs.
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT, , . ,
fon cloth over whit** rilk and the— re-t »o prtre.
r<> ho'.iooe^ o f wVte A. D. 1®63.”
PORTLAND. O REGO N.
-.f honor. Mi
roses. H°r m
RtTTH W . GgA?T*M.
Irene P.'cke. o f P rtland. wore
.Washington. D. ( ’.. Au;.^6.
HARNESS Co. !
inis and Finishes
Fai F ix in g Up 9?
N o money brings such satis
faction as a few cents spent in the
Fall for “touching up” shabby
floors, furniture and woodwork.
All winter long the bright, attrac
tive and wholesome home is a
source of constant pleasure.
the kind to use. Simply tell
us what you want to do and we
will give you the proper Acme
Quality Kind for your particular
purpose. Let us tell you Five
Strong Reasons for Fall House
W. E. CHOWN, Mosier, Oregon
Until Oct. 1, 1910.
W. E. G rown
People of Oregon
It Is NOW Up To YOU
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