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Entered as second c'au matter Mar-.h !?. 10 j 9, nt
the post olite« at Mosier, Ore^ -n, under the Act of
Marc h 3,1K79.
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MOSIER, WASCO COUNTY,
OREGON, FRirAY, CCTOEER 28, 1910
N O .
I.egnV«.«lver*i eui*A»s\*tilhin all «Uve» be.lh a ra ed
• u* the party on »e ring them, at legal ra n t, and
i paid fo r before atlkiavr.s are “furnished.
O U ii P O R T L A N D L E T iL K
LEG LNT KRTA1NMFN T AND
“ FINE LAU ND RY W O R K ”
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Portland, Ore., Oct. f5 (Speciiil)
—Oregon apples will be heard
from at the different apple shows
Hood River Laundry Company
Object to Rahe Fun Is for
o f t h e Northwest this fa ll
osi Kit A A g gent
Exhibit Booth at depot
There is close rivalry l»etween
the apple suit s as to which si all
take the chief prizes, and on this An entertainment and
account the Oregon growers will Social will he given at Stsoup*s
be put upon their mettle.
Hall, on Saturday evening. No
Eugejse h a s held its apple vember 5th, next, by the citizens
He can make your watch keep time
show and many specim<ns of o f Mosier District, for the pur-
G A Y Y O W E L L , Mtir.
perfect fruit were exhibited, pose o f raising funds to erect a
Albany wi!J have a fine apple building to he used in exhibiting J Harness and Saddlery (h ods
show on November 9, 10, and 11. Mosier fruit and other products.
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
o s ie r
There is keen interest in the out
The entertainment will consist Hand-made Harness a Specialty
at Strapple Hall on
come and the many prizes will l>e o f vocal and instrumental music, | urw-w'i P IV F T i
n i)n r n .,
Saturday evening. Nov. 5th, 1Ô10.
sharply contested for.
These recitations, monologues, sketeh I 1
" D nbCO N
! a w ffir d
shows will bring out the best and novelty avork, etc., etc., and
apples in their localities and the will be well worth • attending,
price fruit together with that of Admission, 25c fur adults. 10c for
other sections, will be sent to the! children.
Oregon Apple Show at Portland
Every lady., old and young, is
Nov. 30, Dec. 1 and 2. The best asked and expected to bring at
For constitutional amendment
apples, will, in turn, go to th e! least one box or basket filled with
o f M osier, Oregon,
giving to cities and towns
National Apple Show at Spokane good things for two. These 1ms-
exclusive power to license,
the Vancouver show and the kets and boxes will be auctioned
regulate, control, suppress,
F o r you r Drugs, Sundries, Patent Medicines, Station
Chicago Apple Show.
| off to the highest bidder.
or prohibit the sale of intox
Paint that kitchen floor instead oLscmh-
Some Oregon districts will bachelors in the district are also1 ery, T oilet Articles, Candy and Cigars, IceC rea m and
icating liquors w ithin the
bing it every fewdays-.or buying expensiv e covering«
make individual displays at these reclu<-‘sted to iiring baskets, filled
Everything in the Drug line. V
• tha* grow dincy and show wear.
You can do it
328 X Y es
Hoed River I Wl^ (heir own cooking and the
I t ’ s easy and costs only a trifle.
expects to send the two finest j ^dies ai“e expected to bid on
ENDORSED B Y
cars o f apples ever leaving that I th®” 1*
40,000 O R E G O N C IT IZ E N S
district to the Spokane show, j ^ ie lirocee^s
^be sale will
Don’ t forget the Big Basket Social at Stroup’s Hall, on Sat
One car each of Spitzenbergs and be used to erect the exh ib it urday evening, Nov. 5 h, 1910.
F L O O R P A I N T (G r a n ite )
G rea ter O regon
Yellow Newtown apples will be building which will be owned by | ”
H o m e R u l e A s s o c ia t io n .
is the ideal finish for kitchen, pantry and
(3$ Electric Building,
entered for the sweep st akes;
ol the district
* lav; .dry*floors, steps am! msirle surface* to
W H A T IS T H E P R O F IT | -DEMAND FOR TEACHERS
be 'walked upon. I t ’ s hard, durable,
prize, and as the showing will
While subscription papers have':
sanitary, easy to apply, easy to kety
(Paid Aii\* rtihing)
In earning $100 a month j GREATER T H A N S U P P L Y i
be gathered from the large acre- f e<"n circulatedju'etty freely this)
. clean, hard to wear out.
and spending $95? By an
The Teachers’ Bureau o f the I
on tonight and you can walk on
age given to growing these va- t a^ l'0 ia^ e funds for publicity
easy process we determine
University cannot begin to supply , HIDES!!
rieties, it will be o f a very high Pu.r P « “ * ™ »ncoey l>as been so-'
the demand for high school! Call at the B u l l e t in office and
It lt‘e a surface to tie p ito t.«.
hcitad for this purpose, and the
enameled, etained, -V . r-
$5.00, or just the same as if
teachers in Oregon.
Something get tags to ship your hides to!
uvr.’ud «nlinlslved la eay
idea was conceived in the minds
'•wav, ttwie’s an Acme
we earned" $50.Q0 and spent 'like fifty requests for high school Kauffman, Davidson, Sentinel, of
Ouality Kind to fit
Medford will make a strong 0f some -of the ¡public spirited
t a hers during this last year Portland,
showing at the Canadian N a -• citizeng 10 give t h e entertain-
It'is this tendency o f wage
tional Ai>ple“Show at Vancouver, men^ an(j socjai as a popular
could not even be considered.
This was in spite o f the fact that |
B. C. A car o f fancy Yellow j means to obtain the necessary1 earners to .spend just about
the largest class in the history
Newtown Pippins will be sent m0ney. As this will be the first,“! all they ‘earn —no matter
o f the University was graduated
from one wreiard.
Medfm d entertainment o f the kind this j ■what the amount—that re
in June, ninety-six members, and
people bejieve this will he as fine season and as the program will j duced the-amount o f money
that o f these, thirty-four were
a carload o f yellow apples as has no
be very interesting, and“ per capita in this country far
mmediately placed in the state
-ever been placed on exhibition. the obj ect a iau(]able one, there,' below «what it is in some oth
er countries where lower
Medford will also send exhibits wj|j be a g 00(j attendance."
high schools. The greatest de
wages prevail: And many
IN V E S T M E N T S
mand made upon the bureau was
to Spokane and Chicago.
¡s possible thait the pro-
feel that the amount saved
for high school principals who
The Columbia riveris being re- gram committee may inadver-
is so small there is no use to
had already had some experience
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
stocked with Sockeye salmon, tently overlook good talent in
put it away.
In fact, the de
The first o f 1,500,000 eggs from making up the list o f attractions
Get rid o f this idea N O W
mand always is for teachers with
NO TIC E FOR P U B LIC A T IO N .
the Yes Bay, Alaska, hatchery is weiarc requested to say that Mr.
MOSIER - .
and put your savings—no
M a n y requests
(PublM * r.)
on the way here and will be Geo. Hail, who has charge o f the j
matter how small—in a good
were received for men teachers
Department o f the Interior.
batched at Bonneville and the j program, will consider it a special j
Don’t forget the Big
bank like the MOSIER V A L
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United States Land Office,
who could combine teaching with
young fish liberated in the Co- favor if anyone not as yet ap-
Satur-1 A t The Dalles, Oregon, Sept. 26, 19H).
Sumbia River when they reach a| preached on the subject, will no-
day evening, Nov. 5th. 1910.
find it will become an incent
and take charge of physical
suitable size. A similar number j tify him o f his or her willingness
ive to save more next month
on August 22nd, 1906, made Homestead, FINE MISSION FURNITURE
training in the high schools.
©f eggs will be brought from j to assist in any way. This pro-
No. 14665 Serial, No. 03691, for Wl-2
and the next.
Alaska and hatched here each ject concerns all, directly or in-
SWl-4, Section 3, Township 1 North,
N. B. Another important
Range 11 East, Wilhvmette Meridian, And Cabinet Work of kail ! kinds
season for four years in succes-1 directly, and all should take an
Dan Snow was visiting in
B l a c k s m it h
him filed notice o f intention to make
matter is that meeting in
sion and it is thought that at t ie active interest in it by assisting
Final five-year Proof, tncRtutdmh claim
Portland this week.
Mosier on Nov. 5th, to raise
Shoeing and General to the land above described, before the
end o f that time this variety o f in every way possible*,
Register and Receiver o f the U. S. C O L E ’S
B ARB ER SH OP
funds to erect a building for
Mrs. S. D. Fisher, D. W. Hud
salmon will be much more plenti
Land office, at The Dalles, Oregon, on
son and daughter. Miss Mattie, ;
the 5th day o f November. 1910.
ful in the Columbia and its trib
y iisA er - - Oregon
Claimant names as witnesses:
products o f this beautiful
V. ( ' Young, J. P. Snyder. A. M.
valley. D ON’ T FORGET IT.
OREGON Pritchard, Haim Olson, all o f Mosier,
Don’ t forget the Big Basket
Portland business men and
C. W. M oore , Register.
Everybody should hear The' Don’ t forget the Big Basket
Social at Stroup’s Hall on Satur
others from this state who at
F irst publication Sept. 30 last N o v. 4.
The ladies furnish the “ grub” Little German Band at t h e Social at Stroup’s Hall, on Sat-
tended the recent southwestern
day evening, Nov.. 5th, 1910.
OSW ALD WEST
Washington Development Asso
Secretary o f State
the Big Entertainment and So- cial, Stroup’ s Hall, Saturday eve, ------------------------------------------
convention at Goldendale I
lu n R iN
E R O LIV E R
Saturday evening Nov. 5.
Nov. 5. » . 7:30,______________ J
CH A MBE R L A I N
H. G. K I B B E E
were struck by the spirit of good | Supreme j U(iKes (4 year term)
C. H.JENKINS, -D.. M. D .
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fn n f
feeling and co-ojieration that
WOODSON T. S LATE R
(D e n t i s t
prevailed. They found a great |
REAL E STA TE
'THOM AS A. M fB R ID E
OKKICUOVKR B UTLER B A N K IN G fO M P A M Y
o r 1,
territory working together f ror
j Supmne Judges (6 year term)
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
common objects and succeeding
Office 28 Re»iti«nc« 28 B
W IL L R. K IN G
; M o s ie r
O r e g o n I H O O D 'l ’ l V E K
Located A t
in bringing about improved con
F R A N K A. MOORE
ditions in country and city life,
Superintendent o f Public In
in promoting industry and ad
vancing the material interests o f I
J. B. HORNER
Such a movement)
trees or plants, failing to live the first year, if due care has
Our customers are always satisfied and
has a great future and all who
JAMES E. GODFREY
repeat their orders.
attended the recent convention i
Commissioner o f Labor and
A line dropped to our agent, S. W. Heppner, at Hood
V ere benefited. The next con
River, Ore., will bring him at any time to attend to your
vention will be held in Vancouver
D. L. HOUSTON
P . IH A IR V E Y , i r o ’p.
W I L L BE H E L D
D E A L E R IN
Wenatchee is in line for open- :
HUGH M cL A IN
in g the Columbia River from be- Water Superintendent Division
Fresh and Cured Meats
Canadian boundary 4
No. o 2
the sea. The Wenatchee Com- j
F. M. SAXTON
mercial Club has written the j
"Portland commercial bodies that
The greatest variety o f prizes, cups and trophies ever dif
i t will co-operate heartily in the!
fered. Prizes for single apples, boxes and everything
Don’t forget the Big Basket
up to carloads will be awarded
■movement and in fact practically j Congressman, Second vf«<l rict
Social at Stroup's Hall on Satur
JOHN M A N N IN G
the whole Columbia t River Val
day evening, Nov. 5th, 1910.
Circuit Judge 7th district
ley is united in the work.
W. L. BRADSHAW
For the best carload of 6 ! boxes or bushels. A floor apace
of three and one-half acres required to house this great
Oregon State Teacher*'
J. T . H AR PE R
Besides the exhibit o f apples, apple
A. J. DERBY
A pleasant place to spend a so
growers, packers and cookers will learn and
gain valuable information.
The O. R. & N. Co. will make
cial hour is at
Ample hotel accommodations without raise in price will be provide!)
'a special rate o f one and one-
S. E. Francisco’s P o o l iRoom
third fare to La Grande, Ore., to
those wishing to attend the Ore
GEORGE F. ROSS
gon Teachers’ Association, which
S o f t
D r in k s , C a n d y , C ig a r s
meets at LaGrande Nov. 21-22-
A. M. YOUNG
23, 1910. Sale daies.'-N*>v. iH
Will have in effect low Round-trip Fares from all points on its lint
Final return limit Nov. 25.
J. P. M clN E R N Y
For further information apply to any 0. R. & N.
o f half fare age. one half
W. N. W IL E Y
Don't forget the Big Basket
Don’ t forget the Big Basket Social at-Stroup’s Hall, on Sct-
at Stroup’s Hall on Satur
day evening, Nov. 5th, 1910.
LARAWAY , N iC H O L
l H ood R ivers Reliable Jeweler for \
^ ¡D A V uN P O R T j
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
The A rth u r & B u rt D rug Co.,
ADVERTISE IN THE BULLETIN
and Get Results.
Settle It Now
Settle It Right
Prescriptions a Specialty.
D. D. HAIL
W. H. Huffines
Cold W eather;-
A good time to select your Heat
ing Stoves is NOW before the colder
weather sets in.
Our stock is complete.
* Prices to fit your pocket books
W. E. CHOWN,
National Apple Show
November 14 to 19, 1910
$20,000 In Prem ium s
$1,000 Champion Carload Prize
The Oregon Railroad
and Navigation Co.