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MOSIER. WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1910
paid for before-affidavits are fund>>Wd.
Death Of Mrs. Lee Evans
OUR PORTLAND LETTER
F1NE LAUNDRY W ORK”
Tiie people o f Mosier were
Portland, Ore., Sept. 20 (Special)
Done with neatness and dispatch
—Portland Day at the State Fair saddened, on Wednesday m< r -
at Salem was one of the biggest ing, by the news that Mrs. l.e-
days in the history of that or- a ider Evans was dead.
Wt ile Hood River Laundry Company
J. E. COLE, M o . siku A gent
Excursions from it was known that she was
Portland took 2400 people from serious! ill, still it was hoped
H ood R ivers Reliable Jeweler for
The weather that the Angel of
was perfect and a warm welcome pass over without blighting her
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
But an Allwise
was given the visitors upon their household.
H e can make you r watch keep time
Providence ruled otherwise, and
arrival at the capital. .
The excursion from this city she passed away at 5 o’ clock in
was run under the auspices of the morning, after receiving all
the Portland Commercial Club the care that medical skill ar.d Harness and Saddlery Goods
and special greetings were given kind neighbors could give.
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
A D V E R T IS E IN T H E B U LLE TIN
Mary Elizabeth Swasey was Hand-made* Harness a Specialty
by city and state officials at Sa
lem. The Portland visitors were born in Clark County, Mo., in
highly pleased with their recep- 1855.
In 1873 she moved to HOOD RIVER
tion and the general excellence Cowley County, Kan., where she
of the fair, whichj was a credit was married to Leander Evans,
to the whole state.
living in Kansas seven years.
Roseburg is the latest com- She returned to Missouri with
munity to testify that consistent her husband, and in 1887 came
The Arthur & Burt Drug Co.,
publicity work pays. Within the to Mosier, where she has since
For constitutional am endm ent
past month 44 families have no- lived. Three children were born
giving to cities and tow ns
o f Mosier, Oregon,
I f it*s a surface to
tified Publicity Manager Schlos- to her—George, Walter, (who
exclu sive pow er to license,
be painted, enameled,
ser, of the Roseburg Commer- died in infancy) and Frederick,
stained, varnished, or
regulate, control, suppress,
F or you r Drugs, Sundries, Patent Medicines. Station
Fall is the time to touch up
finished in any way,
or prohibit tho sale oi in tox
cial Club, of their intention to who, with her husband, survive
ery, Toilet Articles, Candy and Cigars, IceC ream and
icating liquors w ith in the
locate in the vicinity of that her.
shabby surfaces in the h om e, be
•Kind to fit the purpose.
place during the coming Winter I For the past three years Mrs.
Everything in the Drug line.
cause winter is the time your
328 X Y es
Evans has suffered from heart
Portland people will turn out trouble, but only during the last
home is used most. A little money
E N D O R S E D P.Y
Prescriptions a Specialty.
to P e n d e l t o n ’ s “ Roundup” , ! year was it considered serious,
4 0 ,0 0 0 O R E G O N C IT IZ E N S
which will be held on September1 causing periods of suffocating,
spent now fo r paints and finishes
29, 30 and October 1. The Port- becoming more frequent and se-
Mosier Men Take Stock
which subject occupied the at-
G r e a t e r O regon
will make the hom e brighter,
land Commercial Club will or- vere. In July Mr. Evans took
H o m e R u l e A ssociation ,
When J. A. Douthit came tention of the PuWic here last
ganize an excursion including his wife to tin coast, hoping that
cleaner, more attractive, more
618 Electric Building,
down from The Dalles last Tues- year* A new l’etition to tho
many business men of the me-1 the change would benefit her;
day morning to dispose o f the re
wholesome all winter long.
tropolis who want to see the but while she enjoyed the trip.
for a county road to lie opened
Wild West stunts o f the cowboys the damp climate only aggra- maining unsold stock in Capt. across the railroad tracks just
and the many attractions offered, vated her trouble. In fact h er, Nelson’s boat, the belief was ex beyond Rock Creek, with the in
There will be thrills aplenty for decline was more marked after. pressed that he would not be tention of building a road out to
Root was absent Tues
able to unload it here. But Bro.
The program ; s her return home. The last spell
Douthit has a “ winning way”
P A I N T S A N D F IN IS H E S
now outlined offers many things came on Friday. On Sunday Dr.
with him, and he put the matter ting in a floating dock.
Mabel Nappar was absent
reminiscent of the real frontier. Robinson, o f Mosier, and Dr.
before the people in such a prac
The State Good Roads Asso Ferguson, o f The Dalles, were
refinish shabby surfaces stt trifling cost
Henry Page has returned after
ciation is very anxious for the called to attend her.
advice at our store, by phone or
our citizens couldn’ t resist him
a Week’ s absence.
people to become better ac formed her family that she could
us tell you Five Strong Reason*
Mrs. Jas. W. Cooper, a sister
and took all he had left, thus
Wilbur Denny registered in
quainted with petition number live but a short time and pre
for Fall H ouse Painting.
proving that Mosier knows a of Mr. Geo. Mathews, o f Walla Mrs. Gove’s room this week.
354 on the ballot, which reads: pared them for the end, which
Walla, Wash., returned to her
At the time
“ No county shall create any lia came peacefully.
Jessie and Fronia Denny vis
W . E. C H O W N,
Some o f the men composing
home last Friday, after a week’s ited the school last Friday after
bilities which shall singly or in of her death her immediate fam
the company have had years of
the aggregate exceed the sum of ily a n d other relatives and
Akers, Secretary; and Aleforal
experience in steamboating on visit with her brother and uncle.
.$5000, except to suppress insur
The attendance in Miss Brack Haacke, Librarian.
Mrs. Cooper’s husband is in
rection or repel invasion or to she was enabled to bid them
heaviest stockholders, w h i c h structor of Modern Languages at ett’s room this week has been I The third grade has been
build permanent roads within the good-bye.
transferred from Miss Booth’s
The deceased was a member augurs well for the success of Whitman College.
county, but debts for permanent
Mrs. W. A. Husbands was a L-onm to Miss Brackett’ s. They
roads shall be incurred only on of the Methodist Church and by
visitor in Miss Booth’s room last will take arithmetic under Miss FINE MISSION FURNITURE
Nelson lias for several years past To The Tax Payers of Wasco County
approval of a majority of those a long life of consistent Christian
run the little steamer Simons on
Booth at 11:30 and other work
Notice is hereby given that the
voting on the question. ” Those living, by her kind and loving
was present at under Miss Brackett.
This And Cabinet ’Work o f all kinds
the river between The Dalles and Equalization Boanl for Wasco County-,
at work for the passage of the
the opening exercises Monday change was made because o f the
amendment permitting the bond esteem of a host o f friends, w h o1 Cascade Locks, and his success will convene in session at the Court
House in The Dalles, Oregon, on Mon- morning and spent some time in large number of beginners and C O L E ’S
B A R B E R SH O P
ing of the county for road work mourn her departure. This was
day, Oct. 17th, 1910, at 9 A. M., for j each room during the forenoon, lack o f seating space in the pri
say it will be the biggest step evidenced by the large number
the purpose of equalizing assessments,
M osier - - Oregon
Oregon has made toward per- who attended the funeral.
The permit of doing a large business. and correcting any errors that may ap-j M essrs' W o o d - C h ow n and
manent improvement for a long j Baptist Church, in which the
j Monday morning.
services were held, was filled to which is very little smaller than County, for the year 1910.
W. A. Husbands is on the sick
Said Board of Equalization will re- \ cja(e the interest shown by the
list this week, with pleuro-pneu-
The vanguard of the Fall colo- overflowing, many not being able
main in session for the period o f one j b o a r d a n ( , p a t r o n 8 .
nist travel from the East and to obtain seats.
The services to handle all the business that week, or longer if necessary to com-
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
Middle West to Oregon is arriv- were conducted by the Revs. J.
J. W . K oontz
the rooms for the exhibit at The,
ing on every train.
Reports W. Rigby, of Hood River, and j The men here who subscribed j
W. A. HUSBANDS
M o s ie r
- - -
Dalles. No special work is be
from the immigration officials of H. C. Clark, of White Salmon, to the $500 worth of stock were: County Assessor for W as c o 'Cotin ty.
l a c k s m it h
ing done, but samples of daily
the railroads are to
the effect both of them former pastors of'¡J- N. Mosier, N. P. Sturgoss, A. |
that this travel will he heavy and the Methodist Church here, a s-! Stewart, Nichol & Co., Robt. HIDES!
HIDES!!! work are being copied and will Horse Shoeing and General
C .H . JENKINS, D. M. D.
, be sent.
that a large number o f new citi- sisted by the Revs. W. A. Stark, Hardwick, W. E. Chown, W. ^
: Call il^ the BULLETIN office and
OFFICE OVER lirTTr.ER BANKING COMPANY
zens will reach Oregon this year, of the Baptist Church, and H. Bnkpr and D D Hail
The Literary Society has been
People of the state will make C. Clark, of the Christian Church,
This move on the part o f these *et ta^s to ship your hif,e9 to organized with the following o f
OREGON HOOD RIV*ER*
special efforts to welcome the I The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs, men will undoubtedly re-awaken Kauffman, Davidson, Semmel, of ficerselected: LeoIIigley, Pres.; MOSIER
newcomers and make them feei of which latter order the de-
Ray Bailey, Vice Pres.; Stark
at home in their new environ- ceased was a Past Noble Grand,
ment. Help should lie given to had charge of the services.
G eo . C ha m b e r l a in
help them find suitable locations, large concourse o f people fol-
Oregon people have a distinct lowed the remains to the grave,
Located A t
R EAL E S T A T E
duty to perform in giving aid ] where the impressive Rebekah
and comfort to the home-seeker services for the dead were ren-
who will be with us in large num-! dered. Many beautiful floral of-
It Is N O W U p T o Y O U
Guarantees all its stock true to name and will replace all
bers this Fall.
! ferings were sent.
Chehalis, Wash., is doing some
Specialty The popular COLONIST FARES will again be in effect be
Our customers are always satisfied and
good work in advancing new | WHO GOT THE MONEY
tween September 15th and Octolier 15th, during which
repeat their orders.
methods of burning out stumps
A line dropped to our agent, S. W. Heppner, at Hood
period tickets to MOSIER will be on sale daily from
That you earned last month
River, Ore., will bring him at any time to attend to your
on logged off lands.
or last year? Did you lay
zens Club of Chehalis recently1 by some of it so that you
held demonstrations of the char
M O S IE R M A R K E T S t. Louis
might take advantage o f the
pit method o f burning stumps
opportunity that will come to
d . p. H A R V E Y , Pro’p.
and the tests were very success
you sooner or later? Or did
ful, It is thought the general
d e a l e r in
you spend it all—some of it
adoption of this means of clear
for things that you did not
Fresh and Cured Meats
ing cutover land« will he of great
really need—and thus give
value to the Pacific Northwest.
some one else the fruits of
and from other cities correspondingly low. These are 'West
bound, one-way fares only, but anyone here can PREPAY
Primary election tomorrow.
for relatives or friends in the East, ifdeairad. Consult
The best friend that we
Polls at the rear of the Bulletin
your local railroad agent.
can have is the one that helps
building. It is hoped that a full
us to help ourselves.
vote will be cast, especially by
MOSIER VALLEY BANK
the republicans, as Mosier pre
is ready at ail times to help
to let the world knowof mir vast resources and splendid oppor
cinct is anxious to give its candi
you save a part o f your earn
tunities for HOME BUILDING. Write to everyone you
date for County Commissioner a
ings to the end that you may
| A pleasant place to spend a so
know in the East. Send them good instructive printed
$40.00*Charier Oak.............................. $32.50
It is predicted
matter, and tell them that the cost o f getting here
make the most o f your op
$42.50 Reservoir Steel R an ge............. $37.50
that he will be snowed under be
is hut little more than half the usual cost, and
to cal! on n representative'of the O.'R. &
cause he got into the game too
S. E. Francisco’s Pool Room
N. Co. for all desired in formation, *or address
late. That remains to he seen. \
Fair At Duiur
Let every republican do his duty
Friday and Saturday.
S oft D rinks . C andy , C igars
at the r^mary and show what
September 30 and October 1,
W ILLIA M M c M U R R A Y
Mosier can do.
Dufur will hold a Fruit Fair and
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT,
W a n t e d ; — A good homestead Horse Show, at which the best
relinquishment. Call at Bulletin products o f the country will he
PO R TLAN D , OR EGON.
■office or write, stating price and exhibited.
Everyone who can
giving full description.
L A R A WA Y
Settle It Now
Settle It Right
H. G. K IB B E E
W a s h i n g t o n Nur ser y
W. E. C hown
People of Oregon
Is The Ti m«