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Portland. Ore. Jan. 17. (Special)
Tilt' Dalles Chronicle
— Wide interest and confidence exnressos tne sentiments of
iti Oregon throughout the Past every progressive thinking man
was noticed by Theodore B. Wil oi'Oregon in it*» recent editorial
cox. pr- sident of the Oregon De o i the subject o f good roads,
velopment League, who has just w hich we here quote:
Oregon has ;>-a\eied in the
returned from a business trip.
He found the railroads are ad mud long enough. The wheels
vertising* Or. gon e xtensively o f the state’s progress have been
and expects this, in connection too frequently sunk in the holes
He can make your icatch keep Nine
with the other work along simi iff our roads. The thinking men
lar lines, will bring a flood of have re id the signs of the times.
settlers. Mr. W deox found the We must build our roads better.
belief general throughout the The men who are building our
East that the completion of the railroads and developing our in-
Panama Canal will ho o f great dustries anxiously wait the e x -:
pression of Oregon's people, in
benefit to the Coast.
this matter of road building.
Air. Wilcox showed '
o f Mosier. Oregon,
lie feels in his slate when he Complete development o f re
“ On my trip ] passed sources without good roads to
For your Drugs. Sundries, Patent Medicines, Station
through Virginia, die Carolinas aid rrensportation is impossible,
a id Ceorgia. I do not hesitate The seeming legality of Oregon
ery, Toilet Articles, Candy and Cigars, Ice Cream and
to sav I would not give the poor- people in tin matter of road
( i a Water.
Everything in the Drug line.
est acre in the whole Northwest building can no longer be ex-
far ten of the best in that sec- ciised on the ground that the
tion of the country; that is, for constitution will not permit
pledging of the county's credit
The new railroads m the TVs- for permanent road making,
c'Hites iivei irito 'D . u-ior Ore- The good xmds «amendment so
gon are going forwar i at a rapid sironglv approved at tlie ast
rate and are both pva<?lical*y election u"iio - •
. this oat.
ready for trains fo r a distance
make this amendment
of 71 miles from the mouth of operative, live good roads meas-
During JANUARY all seasonable
the river. The Ilarriman line ures are to go before the legis
expects to reach the 82nd mile lature. They provide for the
goods will be sold at reduced
post by February 1, leaving 51 cva'.ion of a 'at - highway coin-
miles to lie built to Redmond. mission of three members whose
ince-'_ sha'l be die
Jt is expected 4his ".ill bo ac ev-.'ut:
complished in May.
Heating Stoves and Ranges at a
road will probably lie completed The obligation of the conmiis-
as far as Bend early next
great saving to you '
a n 1 help operate the road build-,
United States engineers have ing system we have lacked.
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officially approved the project Tills is the most important of
for a 00-foot channel to th ■ sea the bids because it promises to
from Portland and the; recom result iy actual road building. \
The- bills for the use of convicts
mend an appropriation >»
000 for starting tht work
The in stale and county prisons will,
officials contemplate tin d ’edg when adopted, have the effect
ing and maintenance of a chan of n aking men who before have i
nel BO feet deep and 300 wide. been n;erel\ a burden, assistants,
This will be far easier, it is be even if unwilling, instate and,
lieved, ban was the original im county development. The state
provement of the river, which.1 ¡‘id hill, which causes the state,
lias been'deepened from 17 to 27 to pay one-third and the county]
two-thirds of the oust ot perma-,
feet at low tide.
Portland people are becoming nent roads, will take a material
The Bulletin has made arrangements with the Portland
interested ill the 1911 exhibition burden from the counties, while!
Telegram whereby we can give subscribers the ad
o f the Portland Fair and Live-, the bonding act will not only
a gigantic combination offer for a limited period.
stock Association, which is ex
a metropolitan evening paper with all the latest
pected to be the 1 esi' yet.
news from all over the world and all the news of Mosier in the
• ectors met during the past week but will furnish means for each
and outlined a broad policy for county to " ai se road-making j Bulletin ¡it a remarkably low price.
Department of The Interior,
IT. S. Land Onice
At The Dftile*, Oregon,
December 30th. 1910.
Hood River's Reliable Jeweler for
\ 'atches, Diamonds, Jewelry
The Arthur & Burt Drug Co.,
cation and sw orn statem ent on tin* loth
1 day o f M arch, 1911. b e fo re tin* Regis
ter and R eceiver, o f the United States
band O ffice, at The Dalles. O regon.
A ny person is at liberty to protest
this purchase b e fo re en try, o r initiate .
a contest at any time b e fo re patent is
’ sues, by flfn g a corroborated affidavit
in this office, a llegin g farts w h ic h . M o S K T
would d e fe a t th e . nt x
Prescriptions a Specialty.
N O TIC E is hereby given that Robert
W . Sini|-son, w hose post office address
is M osier, O regon , did, on the Cist day
o f Febru ary. 1010, tile in this office
Sworn Statem en t and A pplication. No.
tKHWiS, to purchase the SE1-ISE1-4,
Section 11, Tow nship 1 N orth. R ange
11 Hast. W illam ette M eridian, ami the
tim ber thereon, under the provisions o f
; the act o f June 3, 1878, and acts amen
da tory, know n as the “ T im ber ami
Stone l.u w .” at such value as might
1 be fixed by appraisem ent, and that,
pursuant to such application, the land
and tim ber thereon have been - a p
praised, the tim ber estim ated 60,0(10
hoard fe e t at $1.00 per M ., and the
C. \Y. Mourn-:,
It, si March 10)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
T he C are
E STA TE
IJ. S. Kami Offio*»
A t Th*» Dallos, O regon,
of The Dalles, Oregon
ild . 1
HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION
S l',v lilll.v Capital
Oregon Su plus ind undivid
100 , 000,00
J. S. S 'HENCK,
E d M. W
P r e s id e n t
M ax A. V
il l ia m s
D epartm ent o f Vii.• Interior,
First National Bank
(PL' H U S H HR)
W. A. HUSBANDS
o s ie r
¡NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
g a y v o w e l l . Mgr.
N’ O T IC E is h e r c b y gfiven that Oscar
Harness and Saddlery Goode
| E. Wi! .on, w hose postotth
address' is J
D epartm ent o f The Interior.
I T e n t s . W agtO l- C 'Vers. Etc
Land t Wire at
AIoHÌer, O regon , diti on thè liSrh day o f !
Ti r, e D u M
Hand made Harness a Specialty
* FYhruaiv, 1910, file ¡n Ibis office Sworti
. hi . Oregon.
D ecom ber 9 th, 1010.
; „. ,
pj lu rition. No Off 103, : \u\ r\tne
' , , , .... ,
riO h i . herehy K,v **n that
i.> p u o hase (li- M .l- iS Y V l- 1 . s „ n o i , , | . Reov. s. o f M osU r, Or. »;•>»*. w ho on
CS. Town.slii|i I N orlh, R on go 11 tinsi, l' . iiruaiy 9th, 1910, macie Tinitier nini
W iltam etto M erinian, un.I thè tim her !' ' ,l,’ ne anpli.-ation \'o O'.'IHli, fov
otfdetm nt arti
O R EG O N
!vf MOSIER M A RK ET
v " .!j '
, .-u am eclutory.
iKmgu 11 k a i;, Wil-
1S,S. nini n
lamette Vler, lian, ha tiU .1 nof.ee ni
a - thè “ Tini'oer nrvl Stone i intention to rnake Final tim her ami
1 Ihereon, e 'der he proviM Onsof thè
T D \TT
\T ctn/rA nin
i NSM ORE,
L«-.v,” tt nell valile as iniglit he ti\i (I -Ione l’roof, to estahlinli claim to *he
D EALER IN
hy apprai«mi. nt, ami tliat, pui suant to 1
“ boxe ile-a rih.-d, befnro ihe Ueg-
l' resh und Cured Meats
, ister and Rereiver of thè U. S. Land
sm l, applicano ,, thè land ami timher tiffice. al Th- Dall.',-, Oregon, ,m he
Conn try Produce
thereon htivo h«**n appiainiMl, th** turi y..rith day of Fohruary. IDI 1.
• ht‘r (tslimatfd 270,000 board f» ut h !, >5.r>0 | Klaimanl namos a.s vy, ‘ ihvhsus : Ben IV/T a h i a t »
ice n ts per M, .111.1 *h- lanci $.V) li); tliat ! IV 'I'',U’11''
Ah. n ia th c v . Oiii'sp*r K e r.-
lake. ,J. li. Re , vi ... all .d Mo ier. O r i- ---------------------------------------------------------------
tiid appl'can t v ili o lfcr final p r o o f in
| support o f hi a application and vvurn
st atem ent on thè 2*1 t.h day o f KtOn-uary,
'1911. b e fo re thè K eRister and K ccd v e r
(First publication I)ec. 23)
A pleasant piace to spend a so
| o f thè U. S. Katid Office ai The Dalhts,
O regon .
ciii! h ou r is at
(’. W. M
Àny per on Is nt liberty to protesi
ib is pu ich ase b e fo ie entry, o r initiate
a con tesi at atiy timo b e fo re pAtenl is-
, snes, by fding a corrobora ted affidavit
fin t hi > office, a llegin g fa c i« which
' Would d e fe a t tbia entry.
.NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION S. E. Francisco’s Fool Room
S u r
P U B L IC L A N D S A L E
N o. OG8f-‘2
United Stales l and Office
D r in k s ,
C andy ,
The Evening Telegram is the best paper in the state, mar
the organization that augurs cash.
C. W. M oorf ,
The Dalles, ureKmi,
well for its future.
As an aid
All of these bills should be well
ket reports unexcelled. Saturday edition contains a magazine
iJecvrnlier 31 >1, 1910.
in fostering the livestock .indus- considered by our legislature,
comic section in colors.
Fin** )*nli atlon Ibr. HJ
N otice i ; h*»rehy given
*«■■». d i - I
try. this organize ion is doing a Their provisions should be well
ree ted by the ( ’o m m iseion erof (h e G o n -
The Portland Evening Telegram
$ ô per year
C. H. JENKINS, 1). M. i>.
Their defects, if;
eral Land Office, under provisions o f .
great work for tl lie Pacific North- \ understood.
Airship Prizes offered
A c t o f Congress approved June 27, j
The Oregonian says: “ More 190'), Public No. .“,0.2, w e will otf *rat » m u OVKK iiuti . sk bankinucompany
Hardware and farm imple- above ail. our lawmakers should
$ 0 .5 0
than $900 will lie given away in public «ale to the h ighest bidder, at 10
ment dealers of the state will as- remember that the people have
D T..--D l!,-iklenec 5H II
prizes in the airship contest «/clo ck a. in., on the 2Srd day o f F e b
semble in Portland for their an- Pf->ken decisively m favor of
ruary 1911 at thia office, the follow in g
Both papers through this office
| which will In* held at the Olds, trafct o f land to -w it: SKI 4NVVI 4, m - c . HOOD RIVER
mial convention on January 24-.*~<'d matis a* the polls and by
if paid in advance for 1 year,
jWortman & King store from 5, T / l N. K. Il K. W. M.
27. Trade questions will be dis- the
" '” !i representation at the
on or before February 15th,
Any persona claim ing adversely tly*
'January 24 to January 28. The
cussed and problems that con
H. G . K I B B E E
above-described landa are advis? d to I
front the merthants will be
I years old, and the models entered : ¡'K
• "" ">
•solved. Parcels Post will come read building. The evidence of
! r, ........ . ,
h»Tor#* the ujiy above <!fsif:uM»»*<1 for
N O T A R Y P U B L IC
up for consideration and other
Apple Prices Arc 1'irmer
vexed matters will i»e untangled.
To THE STOCK HOLDERS IN THE
HOOD RIVER, Or., Jan. 17
m o s ie r
- - - O regon
professional mechanics will not
The first annual Pacific North for them The good roads nieas-
MOSIER VALl.EV TELEPHONE CO (Special.) -Reports from the
west Livestock Show will be .««** evidently are aimed to m eet, Notice is hereby given that a Apple Growers’ Union are that
prize will lie given every boy
held in Portland March 20. 21 this need and for this reason i siiecial meeting will beheld in , apple prices aye firmer and the who makes an entrv
and 22. It will be an exhibit ot”
Lamb’s Hall <>n February 14lh, demand brisker than for several
The machines will be judged
fat stock, fashioned after similar!
get tags to ship your hides to
I Wednesday, at 2 P. M., for the weeks. Manager Sproat said to- l)y a committee not connected
shows held in the packing cen N O 33.
Kauffman, Davidspn, Somme!, of
nurpose o f increasing the capi- day that 12 carloads had been j „.¡, |, th<> store, the points to be
ters o f the Middle west. It will
!tal stock of the company and any shipped to various points East considered being workmanship
i>e o f great educational value to
O f the condition o f the
other business that may appear last week. The union has al tout whether or not the machine will
those interested in livestock and-
before such meeting.
.' 0,000 bo' s to dispose of and sUlv ¡n the air, the distance of
MOSIER VALLEY BANK
will aid in the extension of th e1
D a v id R o b in s o n .
these will move shortly.
Ben fljR|,t, etc. It is expected then
A t Mos*'er, in the Sta*e o f Or- gon , j
industry in the Northwest. The at the clo -e o f buone-m , Jan. 7th. 1911:
Davis apples are advanced to vvjU be many models which it
show has the backing of the live
$1.10 a box. -O regonian.
will lie impossible to fly. Oi.-y
oou . ars n>
stock interests as well as the ac-
merely constructed to allow :
live support of Janies J. Hill and
A joint installation of the local
of the inventors.
others interested in the’ develop
IST 17» 72 lodges o f Odd Fellows anil He
drop in and renew your subscrip
TR AFFIC D E P A R T M E N T
lecured and un*ecur«l
ment of this section of the coun
Boys interested in ibis work
jó (»>I lx*kahs will be held at Lamb’ s tion to the ik lletin . You want have become interested in the
•flics, vtr., ..............
-«*. furniture and fixture . 1,4*) 95 Hall next Tuesday night, Jan. ttie paper and we need the
state owAOd . ..............
contest and a large Exhibit of
. m 24. al which all Odd Fellows and money
(iks trot reserve Pank«) .
New Land Office Rules
fiiwed reserve Lank*....
their families are expected to be
Alsiut 30 Royal Neighbors sur-
The above named company was incorporated December
ther cash ’.temi.........
The contest is being field to!
A new set o f rules o f practice
A delegation of mem- ' prised Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mo encourage young mechanics and!
l>efore all land officers was is
23. 1910, for the purpose of taking over the following
.»i 7» tiers of the two orders will at- , sier last night and spirit a very t() get'n e w ideas in aircraft,
sued December 9. 1910. by Sec
lines: The Oreg n
1 1 road & Navigation Com
tend from The Dalles.
pleasant time. Games and music Similar contests have !>een held
•ft 'It.- <!.-
retary Ballinger and becomes ef
pany, Oregon a n !
shington Railroad Com-
| were indulged in and refresh- jn the Eastern citit^. where
fective February 1 1911. The Capital sto«*!: pai«! m......
inients were served. They say ideas of young men were prac-
new rules make seve al impor Undivided profits, less exi*f’>i*s
pany, The No th Coast Railroad Company
«21 17 ¡ Dr. U"bi ne>n’s le*m. while that Jeff was the most surprised tica| antl when executed, brought
tax«« paid ....
tant changes in former practice.
42.191 srt k
Idaho Northern Railroad Company,
l . «!‘ standing at the depot yesterday one in the bunch when he was good results'
Among the changes is a rule pre C mìi i«r" a checks outstandinir..
D -77, ,r‘orninK. took fright and made a caught in his nightie.
Ilwaco Railroad Company
venting spite or locator contests,
!i wrtl >. getaw
<. H’ Ot-
Iwi ( track ao
In future these lines will be operated by and in the name of
’ cijiiirir.g that only persons in 'TATF
Bubonic plague is ravaging
L O C A L TIM K-TABLF.
rOCNTY OF W -\.SO
far as the bluff bevond R-s-k
Manchuria, the total numljer of
tending to make entry o f land
Fortunately the d -aths up ('»the end o f last week No. 7 West liound 7:25 a. m l !! f:: OK E G O N -W A SH IN G T O N R AILR O AD A N A V IC A
the »hove-fwmwl I
can liegin contests.
The new if
.hr awe statement *• o t« u- i«-t .4 m, horses were not injured anil little
T IO N C O M P A N Y
3:10 p. m
b ingl752, all of them beingCl • No. 1
rules require an answer under tw "vle-lee anti belief
M. Rfatft. C»»bi«r. damage done to the wagon.
n-se but 18 Russians and one No. 2 East
ostth by contestee: otherwise the
10:35 a. m. ! F . W . R O B I N S O N
W M . M c .M U R R A Y
contest is decided ir. the plain J N. Me
rfTX. $ tkwaiit , T>irert«>rA.
Miss Lurline Fisher is confined Frenchman. The dreaded disease No. 8
General Freight Agent
i H*fi"i al Passenger Agent
6:30 p. m. !
tiff’s favor without any hearing
(worti t»> before me this 17th to the house with an attack of is now within the gieat Cbinefe
PORTLAND, O R L 'P 'S
1‘o K l I.AN’ ll, O K L iO N
or evidence, in the manner of:
blood poison in her arm, and a
T). D. H a h ..
W . D. S K I N N E R
R. B. M I L L E R
civil actions in cases ^of default.
sore throat. At last reports she every precaution to eheck its on Sundays only for Hood lii < r General Freight and Pos-engi
w as improving.
- The i ’ailes Chronicle.
Oregon-Wash a gton Railroad &