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About Mosier bulletin. (Mosier, Or.) 1909-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1911)
H. G. K1BBEE, Proprietor
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Six Months................................................................ 75
Three Months............................................................ 50
Entered as second-class matter March 12, 19><9, at
the poat oiiiee at Mosier, Oregon, under the A ct o f
ProfaMion«! Cards........................... p*r month $ .5#
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Butride«« locals will be charged at 6 cents per Haul
for each insertion.
Legal advertisements will in all cases be c h a r e d
MOSIER, WASCO COUNTY,
to the party ordering them, at legal rates, and
paid for before affidavits are furnished.
Bateham Aavises Harmonious
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
>OUR PORTLAND LET 1ER
IV , (Special)
Portland, Ore. Jf.i » . . 10,
o f The Interior,
—The Hill system n Ntf railroads
(Hood River News)
U. S. Land Office
has expended dut ringVthe past
At The Dalles, Oregon,
A. P. Bateham of the East I
four years in Oregon and' Wash
December 30th, 1910.
ington no less than $80,000,0f^
NOTICE is hereby given that Robert
according to compilations jui jtAJosier, has just written an op
W. Sini| son. whose post office address
letter to the press . in re .
is Mosier, Oregon, did, on the 21st day
made, in extensions, bettermen...,
of February, 1910, file in this office
acquisitions of holdings a n d ^ nl; , to th/ .organization o f
Swor.i Statement and Application, No.
equipment, exclusive of fixed i Northwest, fruit growers.
00068, :■> purchase the KE1-4SE1-4,
arges and operating expenses.
Section 11, Township 1 North, Range
throughout the Plfeific North-
Tfie North Bank road alone cost
11 East. Willamette Meridian, and the
west to get betVe
timber thereon, under the provisions of
nearly $53,000,000 and $¿7,000,
Bateham is a closed ) server; he
the act o f June 3, 1878, and actammen-
000 was spent on Hill properties
did as much if not nmf^a to in
datory, known as the “ Timber and
in .this state, over half during
I Stone Law,’ «at such value as might
duce Hood River to emPfcfethe
the past year.
o s ie r
i be fixed by appraisement, and that,
contest at Spokane this year tríen
pursuant to such application, the land
Construction work mapped out
any one. Having attended the
and timber thereon have been ap
for properties in Oregon in 1911 National Apple Show for several
praised, the timber estimated 60,000
involves the expenditure of years, he stoutly maintained
board fe e t -4' $1.00 per M., and the
$15,000,000. Coupled with the that Hood River cad the fruit,
land $40.00; that said applicant will o f
expenditures the Harriman sys and all it was necessary for it to
fer final proof in support o f his appli G e o . C h a m b e r l a i n A ll B usiness entrusted to
F or yohr Drugs, Sundries, Patent Medicines, Station
T he C a r e o f th e
cation and sworn statement on the 15th
tem is making in building new : do was to exhibit it right, and
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lines and extensions and the ef the result showed his judgment
ery, Toilet Articles, Candy and Cigars, Ice Cream and
ter and Receiver, o f the United States
fort both big railroads a re proved to be correct.
Land Office, at The Dalles, Oregon.
( da Water.
Everything in the Drug line.
' hi ‘The- Dalles, Oregon
putting into exploitation work j “ The brightest sign of the
Any person is at liberty to protest
j this purchase before entry, or initiate
to advertise the state, Oregon time that I see for the fruit
1 WILL HAVE ! PRÒSIT ’ ATTENTION
a contest at any time before patent is
has a great assetjn its railroad. growers of the Pacific North
sues, by tiling a corroborated affidavit
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Ashland will hold a mining- west is the increasing friendli
O regon Surplus and undivid-
in this office, alleging facts V liich Mosier
congress on -January 17. The ness that comes from better ae-
v the entry.
rich mining region extending quaintance. The former feeling
J. S. SCHENGK.- P residbnt
W. A .’»HUSBANDS
from Grants Pass toYreka, Cal., of bigotry, mistrust and bitter
E d M.1 W illiams ¿M ax -'A.’ V ogt
(First publication Jany. IS, last March 10)
B l a c k s m it h
will be represented by delegates antagonism between different o r -j
and it isjexpected to form a per ganizations and districts is d|s-;
Horse Shoeing and General“
During He can
all keep seasonable
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION}
make your watch
manent organization that wi l l appearing rapidly find with it
assist in the development of the will go much of cosily competi
W. H Huffines
mineral resources of this district. tion. • Foremost in this home 1
goods will be sold at reduced
U. S. Land Office
MOSIER ’ -
Oregon found a brick in its missionary work, because of its f
At The Dalles, Oregon,
Christmas stocking when the interstate character, is the Spo-|
December 9th, 1910.
reclamation apportionment was kane National Apple show.
NOTICE is hereby given that Oscar
F IN E M ISSIO N FU R N ITU R E
“ Great as is the gain to exhi-j
announced, giving this state but
E. Wilson, whose post office address is
Heating Stoves and Ranges at a
Department of The Interior,
$925,000 to carry on uncom bitors from the publicity ob- j
U. S. Land Office at
And Cabinet Work [of- alGkuwfs
February, 1910, file in this office Sworn
The Dalles, Oregon,
pleted irrigation projects out of tained through it, I think a far I
great saving to you
Statement and Application, No. 06103,
December 13th, 1910.
the’appropriation of $20,0Gd,C00, greater good to theigrowers will j
to purchase the NKI-4SW1-4, Section t NOTICE is hereby given that Edwin
despite the large contribution of result from the ‘get-together’
28, Township 1 North, Range II East, Fiftm ves, of Mosier, Oregon, who on COLE’S
February 9th, 1910, made Timber and
Willamette Meridian, and the timber Stone
Oregon to the reclamation fund. spirit, which inevitably f Hows
application No. 05986, for El-2
t thereon, under the provisions of the act NEI-4, and the E 1-2SE1-4, Section 12,
The Oregon Development League this intimate acquaintance of the |
Mosier - - Oregon
of June 3, 1878, and acts amendatory, Township 1 North, Range 11 East, Wil
and Portland Commercial Club show, and the friendly rivalry
known a« the “ Timber and Stone lamette Meridian, ha3 filed notice of
have taken joint action to secure or emulation as to which can
Law,” at such value as might be fixed intention to make Final timber and
Proof, to establish claim to the
a re-apportionment, so that this show the most marked improve
by appraisement, and that, pursuant to stone
land above cle.so.nbed, before the Reg
such application, the -land and timber ister and Receiver o f the U. S. Land
state may secure its just share 1
thereon hare been appraised, the tim Office, at The Dalles, Oregon, on the
“ The comparison of products
to continue reclamation work.
ber estimated 270,000 board feet at $.50 26th day of February, 1911.
Claimant names as witnesses: Ben
Albany deck considerable pride
cents per M, and the land $50.(X); that
Veatch, Roy Abernathey, Chester Kers-
All About Apples
Oregan Starts Prosperous
in the opening o f its new armory I for a liberal education and sends
I said applicant '."ill offer final proof in lake, J. H. Reeves, all of Mosier, Ore
GAY YOWELL. Mgr.
which was marked by the at- every visitor to the show back
The following items of interest support o f his application and sworn gon.
Harness and Saddlery Goods
C. W. M o o r e ,
tendance of leading military I to his home with higher respect
Baker County has an irrigation appeared in many papers as sep- statement on«the 24th day of February,
li lt, before the Register and Receiver
Tents, Wagon Covers, Eke
men of the state.
paragraphs, and which
(First publication Doc. 23)
o f the U. S. Land Office at The Dalles,
Hand-made Harness a Specialty
“ At this convenient railroad penditure of $4,000,000.
1 have been collected by The Oregon.
is a handsome building and will
- O REGO N
be the home of Company G., center the growers of Oregon, ; About 200,000 apple trees are Chamber of Commerce Bulletin,
Any person Is at liberty to protest NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION HOOD R IV E R
this purchase before entry, or initiate
Washington, Idaho, Montana and i)ejng planted in Douglas County from which we quote:
Fourth Regiment O. N. G.
Department of the Interior
Portland commercial bodies are British Columbia come with im- ' this season.
At Chicago a car of Hood River a contest at any time before patent is
U. S. Land Office at
sues, by filing a corroborated affidavit
M O S IE R M A R K E T
The Dalles, Oregon,
urging the building of a road mense displays of their apples, ; An oat meal min ¡3 to be es- Spitzenbergs won the $500 loving in this office, alleging facts which
IX» eh her 7th, 1910.
I do j tabnshed at Baker.
through the forest reserve sur Put «P m the best style.
H. DUNSMORE, Prep.
cup offered by the commercial would defeat this entry.
^ NOTICE is hereby given that Walter
believe that the remarkable
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rounding Mt. Hood.
The Ore not
Gardner, of Fir, Oregon, who on May
Eugene is to have a match tac-
10th, 1909, made Homestead, No. 04852,
gon delegation in Congress will advance in excellence, noted !,tory.
and Cured Meats
for NW1-4NE1-4, Section 8, Township
Firs' publication Dec. 1G
be asked to ust^ their influence to theae la9t three years, could have
1 North, Range; 11 East, Willamette
Meridian, has filed notice o f intention
secure an appropriation of $150, been reached in double the time largest English walnut orchard given in Portland, the Mosier
000 for the purpose. The build through any other agency.
establish claim to the land above des Mosier
i in Oregon.
Recent purchasers Spitzenbergs there exhibited by
( is o l a t e d t r a c t )
“ The standardizing of pack
cribed, before the Register and Re
ing of this road is planned to
¡of the Hart ranch noar Falls City Ed. L. Howe, were to» large to
which has a l-, ... .
take the place of the national and , packages,
Dalles, Oregon, on the 18th day of
i i i -
e ! will-plant 6,000 walnut trees
be entered in competition with
park originally sought for the ready been accomplished, is ofi
United Slates Land Office,
Claiinant'names as witnesses: Wil
Oregon produced this year 615,
inestimable value to the trade as
.«lopes of Mount Hood.
The Dull* s, Oregon,
liam B. Gentry, Ernest Cole, Nicholas A pleasant place to'dpend a b o
034 bushels of corn and 17,000,
December 31st, 1910.
Astoria is busily at work on its awhole and’ is-an index to what
Jacob, Ira Dungey, all o f Fir, Oregon.
arate class and the award of a
rial hour is at
000 bushels of wheat.
C. W. M o o r e ,
Notice is hereby given that, as di-
proposed centennial next Sum
rected by the Commissioner o f the Gen
Oregon shipped green fruit
mer and tentative'plans now in-
eral Land Office, under provisions of
during the past season amount-
•clude a military pageant.
chased of Frank A. Sweeney, of Act otf Congress approved June 27,
S o f t D r in k s , C a n d y , C iga rs
tachments of the Oregon and cordially unite in systematic \ ¡np to 3 500 cars
1906, Public—No. 303, we will offer at
Washington National Guard and
Orchards in the Ontario dis near Mosier, for $30,000, which public sale to the highest bidder, at 10
“ The apples from all districts
o ’clock a. m., on the 23rd day o f Feb
the regular army are expected to
trict produced at the rate of
participate. John Jacob Astor, of these five states must meet in 1,000 boxes of apples to the acre. they intend to clear and plant to ruary 1911 at this office, the following
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
tract of land to-wit: SE1-4NWI-4, Sec.
Jr., descendent of the originali
5, T. 1 N. R. 11 E. W. M.
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Out of a big list o f entries in Any persons claiming adversely the M o s i e r
founder of Astoria, will be in- not we growers meet beforehand 1 The Columbia River output of
C. H. JENKINS, D. M. D.
vited to attend as guest of honor and harmoniously plan the cam- j salmon for the season was 290, the “ Fruitgrowers’ Brother Jon above-described lands are advised to
. D e n t ist
athan” apple show at La Grande, file their claims, or objections, on or
and honorary chairman of the paign? ”
Call at the BULLETIN office and ■ orn es o v e r uuti . er ban kin g company
before the day aliove designated for
-exposition, which will be held 1
The value of traffic on the Co
get tags to ship your hides to
Trom August 10 to September 10. |
W HAT’S THE USE
Kauffman, Davidson, Semmel, of
lumbia Fiver increased $3.200, peting. Grand Ronde apples came
C . W. M o o r e , Register.
28 2 OREGON
HOOD r W er 2*
Oregon and Washington are
000 in 1910 over the sante period , ont winners.
Of taking chances you
and M. D. W. Greene, proprietors
»again trying to agree upon the
don’ t have to take? Recent ¡of 1909.
¡o f the Hardscrabble orchards at
-ownership of Sand Island.
ly there have been two or
coming generation, in
Oregon grows more hons than Imhler, carried off the highest
.joint commission is tracing an ar
three train robberies in the ! anv other state.
90.000 hales i honors at the sHhw, with a dis our cities at least, is likely to
bitrary boundary line between j
Northwest in'which all the | nrodneed in 1910, valued at play o f yellow Newtown Pippins. have a more lively appreciation
the two states for ratification by
passengers were robbed, one
o f the value or fresh air than the
the legislatures. It is expected
Samuel Rosenberg, a Seattle one that has preceded. Within
man losing as much as $1100
Fufene reports that 3.000 bustness man, has purchased the
the long disputed question will
in actual cash.
the past three years nearly fifty
hove been brought into Bear Creek orchard, near Med
•be settled at last.
T R A F F IC D E P A R T M E N T
You can easily avoid this
cities have established open-air
that city during the past. year, j ford, consisting of 237 acres, for
risk by exchanging your cash
schools for the lienefit o f tuber
Ladies Aid Will Meet
A sale of Southern Oregon su $300,000.
for Travelers Cheques at the
culosis school children. Provi
gar pine covering 40.000 acres, is
The Ladies Aid Society will
H o s ie r V a l l e y B a n k .
dence began it and other munici
meet at the home of Mrs. J. K.
The above named company was’ inoorporated December
It is also a frequent occur
rennrted from Medford to an
Herman Reeves is attending to palities have followed on, though
McGregor on Wednesday next,
rence that somebody’s house , Eastern syndicate.
The pur- business matters in Ilood River not all have developed the idea
23, 1910, for the purpose of taking over the fotbrwing
Jan. 18. The meeting will be
is burglarized and money ! chase price was $3.500.000.
to the same extent. Boston, for
-lines: The Oregon Vailroad & Navigation Com
devoted to the subject of Home
that has been put away in
instance, might profitably carry
RivPr Ann,'’ i Miss Mattie'Hudson visited
pany, Oregon and Washington Railroad Com
Missions. Miss Priscilla Foster
some “ safe place” is taken.
Growers’ Union r a.’d $201.000 ^ relatives in Hood River W ednes- it farther than she has. Paw.
will address the society on this
There is no use in your »tak
tucket, R. I., not only has a fine
t- o-ehardists during the three (]ay afternoon.
pany, The North Coast Railroad Company
subject and an interesting pro
ing that chance either. I months commencing with Sep-
open-air school, but proi>oses to
-Idaho Northern Railroad "Company,
Mrs. Ray VanNortwick, of have at least one open-air room
Your money deposited with
gram will be rendered.
McMinnville, who has been visit in every school building in the
Ilwaco Railroad Company
Members and friends o f the
this bank is I nsured against
ing relatives at The Dalles, came city, where delicate children can
loss by burglaries or hold
society are especially invited to
In future these-lines w.ll be operated by and in the name of
L O C A L T IM E -T A B L E
down yesterday and will upend receive the tonic influence which
ups. If the people generally
would quit keeping* cash |No. 7 West bound 7:25 a. m. several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. nature so bountifully provides.— T H E O R EG O N -W A SH IN G TO N R A ILR O A D & N A V IG A
about them burglaries and ! No. 1
The warm weather which has
TIO N CO M P A N Y
3:10 p. m C. H. Dunsmore.
prevailed here so far this winter,
10:35 a. m.
No. 2 East
F. W . R O B IN S O N
W M . M cM URRAY
has induced more or less sick
Portland, arrived in town last
A D V E R T IS E
General Freight Agent
Generai Passenger Ageat
6:30 p. m.
ness. The climatic conditions,
Tuesday evening for a short vis
snow and slightly freezing
Roy Edmiston went to Beaver-
No. 17. at 5:30 p. m., flag stop it with Mrs. Thompson’s sister,
W . D. S K IN N E R
B. M IL L E R
“weather, prevailing at present, ton one day last week, where he on Sundays only for Hood River Mrs. E. "N. Stroup. They re
General Freight and Passenger Agent
will tend to brace up the people. expects to remain this winter
turned home yesterday.
Burt Drug Co.,
Prescriptions a Specially.
\ Hood Rivers Prices
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
W. E. CROWN,
Oregon-Washington Railroad &
' Navigation Company