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»Entered as seeend-class matter March 12, 1909, at
fh e poet office at Mosier. Oregon, under the A ct of
March 3, 1879.
OUR PORTLAND LET I ER
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MOSIER, WASCO COUNTY,
«‘•‘*r*«1 *l * * « ,U
, for ea,- i
paid for ba.
at W f»l
» A í / I f o “* » furntahad
NICHOL & CO.
“ FINE LAUNDRY WORK”
Portland, Ore.,rQet. 11 (Special)
Done with neatness und dispatch
— The apple crup »of Oregon for Called for *Oct. 20-21, the .meet-
1910 is estimated to be 1600 car-
in*« will do much in promoting
Hood River Laundry Company
loads or approximately 1.000,000
Mining iin the Northwest
J. E. COLE, M osiek A gent
boxes The value of Ihe crop is
.Sumpttr, Ore., Oct. ’ 12.
¡¡$2,000/1)90. Oregon lias 93 per
In the past few months the re- j
t t - i - v
«vent of a full crop.
newal of mining activity in Eas-
Oregon orchards yielded prunes tern Oregon has hecome so gen-1
tthis year estimated at 15,000,000 eral that it is realized that the
He can‘make your watch keep time
Quantity and quality time is ripe for the holding o f a
are superior to the 1909 crop. Mining Congress or convention
GXX 'VOW EU., Mgr.
Prunes will bring the state about of the mining men of the-North-
.$1,250,000 this season.
As Sumpter is ¡in the Harness and Saddlery Goods
The peach crop has been *the heart of a district that produces
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
largest in the history of the state more thanJiG percert>oftlhe gold Hand-made Harness a Specialty
Grapes of the Pogue River Val taken oiti inUdre statedftOregon,'
ley, the Willamette Valley, The it is thought l o ’be the mest logi
Dalies and Eastern Oregon are cal point for hrllding the<meeting.
»excellent in quality and appear
The prirnary»object df the con
ance, while the yield is large.
gress is to take-up for discussion
The largest fruit and vegetable and organized ‘aitiommatters of
•evaporator in the United States importanee to the miming indus
For constitutional amendment
is located at Dayton, Yamhill try in tire Northwest, or dl j
giving to cities and towns
o f Mosier, Oregon,
national import fto miining for
exclusive power to license,
(Phe Willamette Valley pro- that matter. Men »of reputation
regulate, control, suppress,
W orn , shabby floors, marred, scratch«1'
■duced 100,000 bales of first grade in the mining world will be here
T or lyour Drugs, Sundries, Patent Medicines, Station
t h e sale of intox
dingy, scuffed furniture can all
hops this season, as compared from distant points to talk on
icating liquors within the
ery, Toilet Articles, Candy and Cigars, Ice Cream and
he'TCfinishedond made to look like new. Y ou can do it
with a yield of 82,000 bales lasL mining- topics
yourself at-S trifling cost.
Everything in the Drug line.
! The congress will be'héld »on
Oregon’ s cranberry harvest the 20th and 21st of this month,
has been heavy. Four hundred antj tht, proposition is backed by
ENDORSED B Y
bushels an acre, with a clear the mining and ‘business men of
■V A R N O -L A C
4 0 ,0 0 0 O R E G O N C IT IZ E N S
.profit o f $2 a bushel, is not an Sump tor. ¡So confident are they
stains and varnishes at oneope ration, impart- ,
G r e a t e r O regon
•unusual yield for Western Ore of the success of the congress
Prohibition and Liquor Evils.
fenders. But in Maine it w s
in n t o a ll kinds’ Of -surfaces the elegant
H o m e R u le A s s o c ia t io n ,
Prohibition was one of the is
that they have contributed a
e f f e c t a n d d u r a b l e , ‘ lustrous -S u r fa c e o f
618 Electric Building,
An industrial bureau has been large fund for properly enter sues of the recent political up implement of polit'ial tyranny
b e a o h f u l l y fin is h e d » wlk, mahogany,
tj&ablished by the Portland Com- taining visitors and paying ex
wtfWui, or other expensive» woods
ttnercial »Club, with R. W. Ray- penses o f ¡the meeting. ¡Invita crats carried the state.
crats will at-once repeal the Stur liquor evils.
If it's a surface to be painted,
mend at its head. The new ad tions have been -sent ¡in all di gis law, which authorizes the
So (hat the Stdrgte law will be
1 fnnm eleti, stained, varnished 6r
'■ finished in nny w a y there's
ju n ct to the (C.uh v. ill aid in the rections to mining and other Governor to send commissioners ’repealed; and if Democrats can
¡Mm A cm e OualiQr 4U nd to
( fit the purpose.
«establishment of factories in the men of note to attend, and the irtfo any county to ferret out pro muster two-thirds the Tegisle-
It was fure,'With aid of a few Reipubli- WILL TRADE FOR
•state at large and at Portland.
indications are that a large as hibition law'offenders.
c n votes, they will submit tire
w. E Ctl-fOWN
During the past five years, semblage will be On 'hand.
N enthusiasts to demand enforce-!Pr°bibition clause of the state
M O S IE R
statistics show that Oregon has
Sumpter .will -take the oppor- ment of the law by that method, constitution for repeal b popular 8 lots near Seattle, Equity $1000
•increased 60 per cent in manu tunity presented'by this congress against
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officials o o f f prosecution.
nrospr.ntion. | would evidently repeal the pfb-
® s* 4 cylindei, 35 II. I .
of showing what is really con -! ordinary officials
i t is expected that 20,000 wool tained in the Sumpter mining fin O r « m the demand .has been ninmon lavq
3 passenger runabout 20 h ip|50O
¡growers will visit »Portland »dur distnet. Attention will be < H n<n. or ^
Att' rnC .General be Irnther_o f ,I(luor drinking— are 5 room house. Portland,
in g January next, when the rected to 4hp great possibilities empowered to force prosecuting self-evident and no right-think-
National Association o f Wool for future»opB rations. Thegreait officials to ferret out liquor o f - »1 person denies them. If it s Contract Mortgages $250 to 10C0
Industries), dividend paying
•Growers will hold its annual con scope of the district will also be
stock. Any amount.
vention in that city.
advanced, and in this way it may
WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE
“Oregon's public lands comprise be shown what will be the best
18,225,694 acres. Eastern Ore--» for future treatment of the vast
gon has 500,000 acres of schbol amount-of-ledge matter that lies
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
o ///c A m erican
R a m k ^ p ^
Because of attractive within -the¡mountains o f Eastern
( P u b lis h « » .)
colonist rates in effect this Fall, i Oregoh.
Department o f ’the Interior.
the duty of the state to guard its
this immigration to Oregon has | The program of the congress
United Elates -l>Md Office,
citizens from liquor, that duty it A t The Dalles, Oregon, Sept. 26, 1910.
Been greater than ever before in has not as ydt been fully pre-
"MartdítótUfÉer o f
can most effectually carry out by
Notice is hereby given that ■ Henry
a like period.
pared, but at this early date it is
dinning into their ears from ten W. Hannum, o f Mosier, Oregon, who,
The total value of agricultural safe to state that it will be both
“ Shun liquor; it on August 22ml, 1905, made HéWiestead, FINEÌM1SS10N FUßNITURE
No. 14665 Serial, No. 03691, for W l-2
interesting and instructive to
and cor SW1-4, Section 3, Township 1 North,
products of the state for the cur
rupts: avoid Ibis danger as you Range 11 East, W illamette Meridian, And Qábfifét 'Worktof^ill kinds
rent season is given at $115,000, ' every Per8wn ,n any manner in‘
would any that would destroy has filed notice o f intention to make
i terested in mining. Therefore a
Final five-year Proof, to establish claim
¡cordial invitation is extended to
to the land alrove desi»»hed, befSre the '•COLE’S
B A R B E E SH O P
Oregon harvested 17,000,000
Reghfter and R e c e iv e r ‘ o f the U. S.
. . .
. . . . .
i n n i l i men
u i^ n
Land office, at The D*)1# b . Oregon, ¡on
bushels of wheat this season, terested in mining to attend the!
■Mosier - -- Oregon
ceive him as guest. The average the 5th day o f NUvrmbir, 1910.
11,000,000 bushels of oats 6.000,
Claimant nAines As Witnesses:
000 bushels of potatoes, 2,000,
V. C Yhinvg, ¡J. P. Snyder, A. M.
liquor poison will seldom take it Pritchard, Hans Olson, ail o f Mosier,
000 pounds o f wool and 100,000,
into his stomach as beverage. Oregon.
tc c e p t (h a m
000 bales of hops.
C. ^ . fatortRE,’ k*#»!iter.
Prohibition law teaches no such
Hotels gladly accept th e "A .B . A ." TR A V E LE R S’ CHEQUES which
lessons; else why, wherever it i?
Portland building statistics
are alway* and everywhere good. Self-Identifying. Carry’ them oh
enacted, does consumption of
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
tihow'R decided increase.
your next trip.
liquor fail to diminish, and why
W. A. HUSBANDS
Ray tPailev was absent M on-,
tember L910, 606 permits, "Value
^M o s i e r
- - -- ^O r e g o n
does it even increase?—Orego
M O S IE R V A L L E Y B A N K
$1,391,260; September, 1909, 509 ¡day and Tuesday.
B l a c k s m it h
-permits, value $1,288,300.
The eighth grade is doing good j
Horse Shoeing and General
C. H. JEtfktNS, D. M. D.
Oregon banks have increased work in p irtial payments.
^D e n t i s t
iir number since 1909 from 204 to
Call at the B ulletin office and
OFM CBÖtfcW I& ffTT.ER BANKING C O U PAN T
Richa^fl and Robert Scarce
232. Total deposits for Septem
get tags to ship your hides to
were absent Monday morning.
2» RMMffbncc 28 B
ber this year were $142,670,514,
Kauffman, Davidson, Senltnel, of MOSIER
Located A t
Marion Yonish, Cecil Rowland,
an increase over 1909 o f $20,698,
$66. The surplus this year is and Rosa Carroll were absent
$4, 798,663. Portland banks show Monday.
G eo . C h a m b e r l a i n
an increase o f '$9,712,506 over the
Guarantee8»all its stock true to name and will replace»dll
Henry Page made the first
trees or plants, failing to live the first year, if due care has
game period o f last year.
tardy mark in Mrs. Gove’ s room
Our customers are always satisfied and
Lane County has 38 lumber Tuesday forenoon.
•repeat their orders.
mills with an annual cut of 200,
A line dropped to our agent, S. W, Heppner, at Hcod
On account of the lorig walk
River, Ore., will bring him at any time to attend to your
to school Alice Shogrtn will do
The popular COLONIST FARES will fegain be in efW£t 'be^
her regular school work at home
Real Estate Transfers
tww»n SojktndWY'lSth and October 15th, during
under the supervision of her
Burggraf & Stu-gess report mother.
period tiik^ta to MOSIER wilVbc <*n «wrfe daily from
We miss Alice from
tt'ie sale this week o f 20 acres of ‘feur midsL
fruit land in Grand View neigh
borhood, owned by Jobh Bell, to
Church of Christ Notes.
Albert C. Medenwald. o f Wiscon
Subject for todrning or evening
D. V. HARVEY, Pro’p.
The .purchaser will have
ten acres 'cleared this Fall, at d
will set t o Truk trees in the Will It Do?
Fresh and Cured Meats
A . C. C o r b in ,
and fruit! other cities correspondingly low. These are West
Odlftir Bone Broken
the chopping b«Wl, chops all kinds
bound, one-way fares only, but anyone herewsJn PREPAY
Tonrfhy Hfigh^s/the yr.ung soft
'Henfy Bauer’ s brother spent a
for relatives or fHfends in the fiast, if desiwii. ^feonault
-of Mft. Arfhie Hughes, had the couple of days with him Wedres-
your Weil (Wlimad agent
of ifood, coarse or fine as wanted,
■misfortifne to get his collar bone day and Thursday. Wednesday
*brok«n last Friday fVening, by was a Jewish holiday in Portland
rapidly and easily. Does not mash
falling out o f It Wagon.
Dr. ^ d Mr. Dauer took advantage
mIY'feÄtt r resources anlJh«p(endi^^5I5pdr-
let the world
tear or grind food. Simple, dur- A pleaSnrft place toppend a so- to tunities
Robinson attended to the little
¿be occasion to run up to Mo-
f4r»H IÖME BHIilnfNC. Write in et#fy4ne you
know in'tìfe t t».rt4(.
r.nAi M w th e m good inPTnJfÌtiytìWt
fellow and he is doinfr nicely.
f° r a brief visit.
Cial’holl'r is at
t¿l MH^fiifthat the costofTrekiiSbHlére
The Pines Hotel has again
Spokane Apple Show
C. A. Frey,
Be sure to attend the Apple who has been conducting the
•Show at Spokane, November 14- hostelry for the past two months
S oft D rinks , C andy , C igar !»
-19. The O. R. & N. Co. will sell gave possession last Monday to
•round trip tickets from all sta- t re owner, John Wellberg, who
«WILLIAM M cM U T te A Y .
ASSENGE A lfftÏT ,
•tions on its lines at rate o f one- extends a hearty welcome to his
L AR AWA Y
J 3A. E^N A OIvT
Hood Rivers Reliable Jeweler for
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
ADVERTISE IN THE BULLETIN
.and Get Resulti».
Setti© It Now
The Arthur & Burt Drug Co.,
•Prescriptions a Specialty .
REAL ESTATE :
D. D. HAIL
TRAVC L€ R S’ CHCQUCS
W ashington Nursery
It Is NOW Up To YOU
MOSIER MARKET St. »Louis
FO O D CHOPPER.
W. fi. Chown