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MOSIER, WASCO COUNTY,
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V s V ï Íí’-Ü ’Vìi
Skinner Letts Oi Eastern Trip
OUR PORTLAND LETTER
NOTICE F O R P U B L IC A T IO N
The Hood River Glacier has
Portland, Ore. Jan. 2, (Special)
Department of The Interior,
—President Atwell o f the State the following to say in regard to i ft
U. S. Land Office
H »rticultural Society has issued Mr. Skinner’ s trip east. It will *
At Tlie Pali 's, Oregon,
a call for a convention of fruit
NOTICE is hereby g iv e n that Oscar
Secretary Skinner returned >
growers and fruit shipping asso
K. Wilson, whose post ollice atkiresS is
ciations of the^Pacific Northwest Thursday from the east, where
Mosier, Oregon, bid on the 28th d a y of
Ft l.ruary, 1910, I !e in tiiis office Sworn
to meet at Portland January 21. he spent six weeks with exhibits
StutemtMit and Application, No. 06103,
The convention will consider the of Hood River apples at Spokane,
to purchase the NEI-4SW1-4, Section
2S, Township 1 North, Range 11 East,
organization of a fruit growers Minneapolis. Philadelphia, New
Willamette Meridian, and the timber
central selling agency and also York and Chicago. Mr. Skinner
He can make your watch keep time
, th“veon, under tlie provisions o f the act
o f June 3, 1878, and acts amendatory, j
decide what attitude shall be is very enthusiastic in regards to •v-a*
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| known as the ‘ Timber and Stone I
taken toward apple box legisla the benefits o f his trip and feels
at such value as might l>e fixed
by appr: is. ment, and that, pursuant to
that the good which will result
such application, the land and timber
It is proposed to model the as- will amply repay the efforts and
thereon have been appraised, the tim
estimated 270,000board feet at $.50
sociation on the citrus fruit j expenses o f the exhibitions.
r eg o n
(cents per M, and the land $50.00; that
g r o w e r s ’1 organizations o f Cali-
The exhibit in Minneapolis was!
j said applicant will offer final proof in
support o f his application and »woru
fornia and limit it to the boxed ¡in the big Donaldson depart-
statement on the 24th day of February, |
apple trade. iFwill include Wes- j ment store and attracted big,
1911, before the Register and Receiver
o f Mosicr, Oregon,
o f tin U. S. Land Office at The Dalles,
tern Montana and Western Colo- crowds. Mr. Skinner found that
rado, which with the Pacific \ Hood River was well known in
Any person Is at liberty to protest G e o . C h a mb e r l a i n A ll b u s in e s s e n t r u s t e d t o
F or your Drugs, Sundries, Patent Medicines, Station
this purchase before entry, or initiate
THE CARE OF THE
Nothwest grow practically all Minneapolis by many as being
a contest at any time before patent is-
liP A I
P ^ T A T 'K '
the boxed apples of the country, “ across from White Salmon,” as
ery, Toilet Articles, Candy and Cigars, IceCream and
in this office, alleging facts which
Better distribution o f apples, the country across the river is
I would defeat this entry.
o c a Water.
Everything in the Drug line.
providing against glut in some being exploited by Minneapolis
C. W. M oore ,
of The Dalles, Oregon
markets and scant supply in men, who have formed syndi
First publication Doc. 1(5
WILL HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION
others, are the prime objects of cates and disposed of a great
O regon Surplus and undivid-
The convention, coming as it individual holdings in White
The annual meeting of t h e ----------
does the week following the Salmon of orchard land by Min
stock holders of the Mosier Val
i J. S. SCHENCK, P resident
meeting of the Washington Hor neapolis people.
W. A. HUSBANDS
ley Telephone Co. will he held in
! E d M. W illiams M ax A. V ogt
ticultural Association at Prosser! there was a good deal of interest j
B l a c k s m it h
Lamb’ s Hall Tuesday, January1
on January 17, will probably at taken in Hood River. Mr. Skin-
10th, at 2 p. m. This meeting is Horse Shoeing and General
tract some attention from that ! ner regards Minneapolis as one
'O s .)
held for the purpose of election
ml of our best markets for our ap
o f officers and such other husi-'
others will go to Prosser and ples. Donaldson this year pur-
ness as may properly come he-
speak before the Washington or- chased 27 carloads of Northwest j
fore the meeting.
chardists on the proposed asso apples, part o f them from Hood j
D avid R obinson , Secy.
River, and Minneapolis people'
Thousands of pounds of black will have a chance tiiis year to j
FINE MISSION FURNITURE
walnuts and acorns are being become acquainted with the ex
Department of Tlie Interior,
U. S. Land Office at
shipped by the Government from cellent quality o f the Hood River
No. 7 West hound 7:25 a. m.
And Cabinet Woilt of all
The Dalles, Oregon,
He purchased Spitzen-
Arkansas to District Forester fruit.
December 13th, 1910.
2:50 p. m
Chapman of Portland to he dis hergs and Newtowna from Hood
NOTICE is hereby given that <£dwin
No. 2 East
10:50 a. m. F. Reeves, of Mosier, Oregon, who on
tributed for seed throughout the River, Delicious and Winesaps
COLE'S BARBER SHOP
! February 9th, 1910, made Timber and
! No. 8
burned-over .forest areas of the from Wenatchee and Ganos and
D.dU J). m. j ytoiie application No. 05986, for El-2
- - Oregon
F o r e s i ' Rome Beauties from Yakima.
No. 17, at 5:80 p . m . , flag stop ! Township 1 North, Range 11 East, Wil
rangers will take charge of j The exhibition at Philadelphia !
lamette Meridian, has tiled notice of
j On Sundays only for Hood River j intention to make Final timber and
planting the seed and within the! was put on by a change o f date,
stone Proof, to establish claim to the
next quarter century it is ex- at the same time of the show and ,
| land above described, before the Iteg-
I ister and Receiver o f the U. S. Laud
pected Oregon will have great! Mr. Skinner was unable to lie
! Office, at Tile Dalles, Oregon, on the
quantities o f hard woods avail- there, as the Chicago exhibition
j 25th day of February, 1911.
tmant names ns
« h witnesses: Ben
able for furniture making and ! was more .important. He found questioned to see if my stories To Double Track O-VV R. & N.
Veatch, Roy Abernathey, Chester Kers-
j tlie markets in bad shape in the would stick together.
(From Dalles Chronicle)
GAY YOWELL, Mfr.
I wish to list a few good de- lakc, J. II. Reeves, all of Mosier, Ore-
A project to create a reserve east, especially New York, on place I was between the cross
c. W . M o o r e ,
Within the next four or five sirable pieces ot property in the ;
Harness and Saddlery Good*
for mule tail deer in the lava bed account of the dumping of ap- fire of three lawyers for two
years the line of the Oregon- Mosier Fruit District at reason-1
Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc
region of Klamath County has l'les from all parts of tlie coun- hours, but I satisfied them I was
able prices and terms.
(timt publication d » c .
Washington Railroad & Naviga
Harness a Specialty
been started and the matter will try, especially the Northwest, in telling the truth.
One thing I tion company between Portland complete description, location, |
price, terms, etc in first letter.
be brought to the attention of; such quantities as to glut the learned which is tending to drive
and Deschutes—a distance of 104
President Taft, Opposition has ! market. In fact, about the en_ the prospective settler to other
miles—will be double tracked
L. A. MATHEWS,
Department of the Interior
developed, however, on the part tire heavy crop o f the Pacific localities, and which the other and arrangements will have been
U. S. Land Office at
The Dalles, Oregon,
of sheepmen who want to retain Northwest was dumped onto the districts are working hard.
made to extend the second set
December 7th, 1910.
C. H. DUNSMORE, Prop.
the lava bed country for Winter market at once. Owing to this js the impression that there is of rails toward the eastern boun
NOTICE is hereby given that Wultej-
range. They contend the deer fact the bulk o f Hood River ap no land to he had in Hood River dary of the state, says the Ore
Gardner, of Fir, Oregon, who on May
10th, 1909, made Homestead, No. 04802,
reserve should he created in the ples has been put in cold storage, under $2,000 an acre.
Fresh and Cured Meats
for NW1-4NE1-4, Section 8, Township
both by the Union of unsold ap agents from other sections are
¡1 North, Range 11 East, Willamette
It is probable the work to Des
Cou try Produce
: Meridian, has filed notire o f intention
and by the commission telling that there is no use to go
Portland pronoses to calibrate
chutes will be completed within
to make Final commutation Proof, to
Dewey Day, May 1, 1911. in a itouses who have purchased. to Hood River, as the land is all one or two years, hut no definite sity has I tectonic more pronounced, establish claim to the land a lo w des-
erlbed, before the Register and Re-
manner long to be remembered. When the surplus is worked off bought and will be sold only at a plans to this end have been
line inlo | reiver,
of the U. S. Lund office, at The
I corrected these made.
The cruiser Boston, which is after the holidays, it is expected high price.
central Oregon IS completed suf- Dalles, Oregon, on the 18th day of
credited with having fired the there will lie a (tetter market. false impressions so far as I
added , business
be i , JaJ
When the new peninsula tun- ficient
. . .
Claimant names as witnesses: Wtl-
Mr. Skinner made many <>b- could. I believe we will see a
first gun in the Spanish-Ameri-
; nel is completed, soon after the liandled over this road to justify nani B. Gentry, Ernest Cole, Nicholas ' A pleasant place to spend a so
can war, will ho in the harbor,j servations in Chicago which will good many people out here as | first of the year the recently- I the immediate building of the Jacob, Ira Ilungey, all of Fir, O . < n.
cial hour is at
acting as a training ship for the aid in making future exhibits of the result of this show. There | constructed line f rom Portland second set of rails, it is believed. !
C. W. M oor
Poof R oom
Oregon Naval Reserve, and the
are thousands o f people in Chi-|to Troutdale can be used as a If the business is not obtained at
same gun that fired on the Span
! second main line and while it will the start, the development that'
iards in Manila Bay will boom so far as attracting the attention this country and who are con-j not parallel the track up Sulli will be given the interior por-
The Royal Neighbors delight S o n D rin k s , C a n d y , C igars
out a salute to Admiral Dewey. of the public was concerned, vinced that it is wise to get a ' van’s gulch can very well serve tions of the state as a result of fully surprised Mr. and Mrs. E.
That great sea fighter is to be in- The first day the carload of piece of land. The financial sit
the Deschutes extension is ex- ■ W. Davidhizar last eveni"'-
in a general double track plan.
vited to attend the Portland cele- Newtowns was on exhibit, the uation is not the best in the east
Part of the work on the double pected to provide it in the course Further mention next week,
crowd would pass it by with only just now, and many feel that it
Miss Mattie and Shelly Hnd-
track 16 miles long, between The of three or lour years.
Wealth in Oregon streams, as a glance, but stop at the small is time to getaway from the con
(yonstantly-increasing trade b e-! gon went down to Hood
Dalles and Deschutes already
C. II. JENKINS, D. M. 1)
well as in the fertile soil o f the exhibit with a variety of color. gested business sections on ac
has been done and will be com tween Portland and the towns of |aHt Friday morning. The 1 ter
D e n tist
Beaver state, is shown by the To get the crowd to look at the count o f the political situation
eastern Oregon and the growth returned on the evening t a n,
pleted early in 1911.
OFFICE OVEK riUTI.EK BAN K INO COMPANY
figures of the annual take of carload he conceived the idea of and social unrest which may at
Surveys have been Itetween ot the business from the east in- ; tbe former going out to Mr i d
any time precipitate trouble.
salmon in Oregon waters, chiefly decorating, so purchased a mam-
Troutdale and The Dalles and to this city also are considered . Mrs. Chas. Stark’ s fo r a co pie
Office 2X R esidence 2H B
the Columbia River. A total of moth silk ribbon, which he
this work can he done on short factors in the movement of Har- 0f days’ visit.
280,000 cases, 35.000,000 pounds, draped above the apples.
riman officers to build the double ____________ __________
We hope has come to you
was packed during the past year, then would hear the expression,
dale to The Dalles is only 70 track over the most-used por
goodly measure during
having a value o f $3,500,000.
“ See that beautiful ribbon.”
miles. Some difficult engineer- tions of the road as early as pos
the year just closed.
Eugene boosters will build a While looking at the ribbon the
ing will lie encountered in build
Whether the work east of Des-!
home for their commercial club, spectator would then be at-
ing this piece of track, as sever chutes will he done in the next 4 ;
M osier V all ey B ank dur
The Club will incorporate and is- traded to the apples,
al tunnels will have to he cut and or five years depends greatly up-1
ing the year has been very
sue bonds, erecting a five or six
“ The big Commercial Club
! some heavy grading w ill he nec on the financial progress o f the j
story building for their quarters booklet is a failure,” said Mr.
The eastern [
essary. The feat, however, is new corporation.
and leasing such, surplus space Skinner, “ in a place like that,
officials, it is understood, have in
mind the further extension o f'
as there may be. The Eugene The visitor wants a small folder
, he accomplished with less diffi the lines in Oregon and Wash
club is very much alive, having wfiicli he can get in his pocket j count with us and thus
culty than has attended much of ington a n d several projects
lately added a large number of I had the small railroad folder
the other railroad work done in now are being considered that
The above named company was incorporated December
wish to thank you.
members and a big promotion with the big book, and many
the Northwest in the last few' will he taken up before the para-
fund is now being raised.
23, 1910, for the puriiose of taking over the following
would refuse the big handsome
years. Estimates o f the cost, it lel tracking is given definite at
A large increase in the gener- book and take the smaller one
lines: The Oregon
ailroad & Navigation Com*
is said have been on file in the
Some of the work in eastern
M ajority of the people of
al state fund is shown during the because they could get the latter
Oregon will he finished first, hut
pany, Oregon anti ashington Railroad Com
last two years, according to the in the pocket. The circular let-' the District to the end that
It is understood the policy of the this very development it is ex
pany, The North Coast Railroad Company
report of the Secretary of State. ter was also a failure. After a
new company is to build a small pected will give additional cause
Receipts amount to $3,752,239. glance at it they would throw it: quainted and that we may
Idaho Northern Railroad Company,
amount o f second track between
make a greater growth this
against $2,805.405 for the pre down on the door. After each
It has been the ambition of:
Ilwaco Railroad Company
ceding biennial period.
year than we did in 1910—
some local officers of the com-!
day we would gather up on the
year until the entire project is nany to see two sets o f rails side !
will he operated by and in the name of
>r thousands o f the circulars.
j completed, hut should necessity by side aH the way from Port-'
John Evans is the proud pos
I to Huntington.
The com- THE OREGON-WASHINGTON RAILROAD & NAVIGA»-
'demand the gap of 70 miles could
sessor of the hair bridle, which unattractive literature-and large
! Nothing adds more to the I be closed in less than one year. nMion of the stretch between
has been on display in the Stew ' Vilky pamphlets.
general prosperity of a com
“ I talked Hood River twelve
art store for some time.
With the ever-increasing vol this city and Deschutes will leave
munity like this than to have
nearlv three-fourths o f that un-
ume o f business on the oldO. R. nertskinr- tncomoWe. Yet, it is
W M . Me M U R R A Y
F. W . R O B IN S O N
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Young en- hours a fhv w hilcin (r'hicafro- , l
its hank make a good show
General Freight Agent
tertaired a narty o f their friencL f und t . - keenest interest in
General Passenger Agent
& N. line, the need of the second expected the necessity for the
at cards Thursday evening of this country, and those especial-
track has been apparent for sev work on the eastern end o f the
Any business entrusted to
last week. Refreshments were |y interested would make ap-
eral years. With the extension road '«’ill arise mneh mo ce renidlv
W . D. S K IN N E R
B. M ILL E R
us w ill he handled safely and
served and an enjoyable time pointments with me before or af-
o f several branch roads sou.!, a«d hecome maro nronpnneed General Freight and Passenger Agent
le r the show. I would lie cross
trem the main track ilie neces- ♦ han that on the western end. !
j Hood River’s Reliable Jeweler for
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
NICHOL & CO.
The Arthur & Burt Drug Co.,
First National Bank
Prescriptions a Specialty.
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 hooks
W. H. Huffines
Oregon-W ash . gton Railroad &