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licrHupt'ii ourt adjourned until
Llay, Juno 9, 1014.
uowluy Jin'" . 1914 12111 J,ull
iurt camo i'.iiV'i.nt to ulUmrn-
ilccm nil ioti'l.
mo proclamation liolnjr made tho
whiK prowe l ;h 'T9 had
flatter of Qmiliniuuon or . J vap
Lhovin. County Survoyor.
thlH day I.. J. Van Ors'nivoii
mi in lu Hi" Court III C'tirtllicutii
Appointment to the Olllco oil I'otl-
8urvpyr, for tho remainder ot
term of CoorKo II, Conyor, re-
(m1, !oK'(lir with lilu outh of
mid his undertaking In tho
of $5000.00 with Fidelity, and
mil 1'ompnny. of Maryland, as
ly, and tlio Court bong advised
ho nuii l cr, It Is ordorml by the
rt t It tit rnlil umlorlukltiR bo, uml
umu In hereby approved.
WlioriMipon, nu Id Ii. J. Vun
liovi'ti assumed tho duties of 111 it
Matter of I ! from J. A. and
lima I.. Iliiese!.
Oo this ilny there Is presented to
Court a duly executed deed from
A. ami Kiiimn L. lloesol, forever
Mealing to tho ti ho of the pulillo
road purposes, a certain strip of
dlnS. c. 12, T. 3, N. It. 2 V, and
Court Iii'Iiik ailvlsed In tho mutter
i ordered hy the Court that said
J be, uml the same Ii horoby ap-
Matter of Steel IlrldKO across
lion Creek near Houlton.
On thU day thiH matter coming
for consideration upon tho plana
I apnrlllratioiiH aubmlttod by the
tit HlKhwuy KiiKlnonr, for two
ol brlili:e across Milton Creok,
ir lluulton, und tho Court bolng
vlncd In tho mattor. It Is ordorod
tint Court that said plans nnd
M(loiitnn ,o, and the same are
U Is further ordered by the Court
it cull fur bids for constructing
ill bridges ho published for throe
wwslvo iHimes In tho St. Helens
t, and tho Kalnlnr Review, and
Mt bldii he opened on the 6th day
July, 1914. at 2 o'clock P. M.
Muttor of I'llo Trestlo across Doep
M In Bee. 30, T. 6, N. It. 6 W.
"n this day It Is ordered by the
hrt Una cull for bids for tho con-
ruction of u I'llo Trestle across
M Creek In 8nctlon 30. T. 6, N. It.
W., according to the plana and
tlflcaihina therofor borotoforo
Mr approved by tho County Court,
published for throe successive
fk In tho St. Unions Mlat and tho
Inlcr Review, and that such blda
opened () tho Cth day of July
PU, at 2 o'clock P. M.
Matter of Clulrns against the
n this day clalma against the
pity, as heretofore filed with the
'"'"ty Clerk, wore audltod by the
rt nnd allowed In the various
m ns curried out by the Court.
tho face of Bald clalnu bolng as
Onerul Itond Fund
It B Evanson
C A I'laff
K O Woodman
J II Elliott
W O Harding
P It Hell
II K Oleason
O T Wltlor
I) 8 Illrkett
It W Illpley
J 1) Ilywater
0 S Knnpp
M 8 Kennedy
J II Ralph.
E II Darby
V V McAboy
Col. Co. Abstract Co
Pacific Tel & Tclog Co
N W Long Dlst Tul
W C Hunt
O II llennett
J h Wooden
C II Miliar
l'uo. Tout & Awn. Co
Wad ham & Co.
T) K Illllsbury
Clatskanle Mors. Co
Oregon Trunk Uy. Co.
W It Harding
F N Drlnkall
O 1) llennett
Highway Itonil Fund
J It Newell
a 8 Knapp
J N Itlshop
Hlghwity Itond 1'iiiid
II N Hacked
It C Schott
A M tarson
W II Darling
A M ThouipKon
S T HalHtcd
C A TliompHon
It J Forsyth
E 0 Henry
W F White
A H Young
W T Thompson
W T Thompson
II J Meyers
11 M Marvin
O A Larson
II I- Williams
E D Nocoll
II A Ayrns
K It Harris
J W Halley
J W Ilalley
N E Kacasso
U U Hooloy
J C Parker
F N Drlnkball
II II Calkins
C J Sarvls
C C Kolley
F A It ss
II A Ilackus
J II Mlllor
Kllham Sta. Co.
II M Marvin
E D Nlcholl
It J Forsytho
E a Henry
II L Williams
H A Ilackus
Hay Z. Myers
Q It Larson
Hay Z. Myers
J n Miller
M O White
A H Young
W Q Thompson
F A Hobs
Mrs. E Lowe
C C Kelley
It A Ayros
T W Tandy
F N Hackott
II A Ayros
J K Gill & Co
C C Kelley
A COMPLETE LINE OF
MD GL7tT& -
&RY GOODS BOOTS Atib SHOES
Call and look over our stock
I-I. 1VIOIRC3-LJS c3t SOfrJ
E I) Illshop 33.60
llarthold-Durg Co. 97 59
C C Kelley 41.30
O II llennett 9. go
I) Ilecgwlth 5. co
O 1) Hooley (j 54
Honoyman Hdw. Co. 10.55
C A Thompson 62.75
Whereupon Court adjourned until
Tliurnday, Juno 11, 1914.
Thursday, Juno 11, 1914, 13th
Court camr, pur.iiant tc adji.rn
n 1 1.
(Hirers all pi.veut.
Duo proclarr. t -in bolnc ir.udo. t:-o
f";k wing pro ."it-ngs vera Im l
Mattor of Plans and SpeeincHtlons
for Hoad Improvements.
On this day nlunu
tlons for Improving a portion of the
Mlst-Clatskanlo Itoad and a rorlloi
of tlio road between Washington and
Clatsop counties, as prepare.l by the
State Highway Engineer, coining on
for consideration, and tho Court be
ing advised in the matter, It in or.ler
ed by the Court that sn'o plans and
specifications, be, and th" same arc
It is further ordered by Ilia Court
that call for bids for Piakwu such
improvements be published for two
successive weeks In the St. Hiiuis
Mist, Paluler Itov.'ew and Catakanle
Chief, and that hucIi bins bo opened
on the 27th day of Juna, 1911, at
2 o'clock P. M
Whereupon Court adjourned until
Saturday, Jun.i 27, 1914.
AKTOKIA ItMJATT.V FOIl 1014 TO
III'" THE ltI(;(.i:ST YET
Astoria, Ore. June 16 (Special)
Astoria will extend tho band ot wel
come on July 2-3-4-1914, not only
to visitors from diutunt points of the
I'uclflc Northwest, but In particular
to Its neighboring communities of
the lower Columbia, Grays Harbor,
Wlllupa Harbor, the Cowlitz and
CbohaJIs vallnys, Tillamook, Nehal
0111, otc. In fuct, through its regat
ta committee, tho city extends a cor
dial invitation to all the people of
theso communities to unite in the
19th Annual Itegatta to be held on
the dates above mentioned.
Great Interest Is manifest in this
great aimatlc event by outnldo com
munities this year, and Admiral Phil
Metschan, Jr. of tho Imperial Hotel,
Portland, oxpocts to havo at least
300 members ot bis personal staff,
representing all ports of tho north
wost. The committee is leaving
nothing undone to provide amuse'
monts of all kinds for all cIiishos of
pooplo, both on land and water.
They have a number of new speed
boats already entered for the big
Pacific Coast Champion Speedboat
races, some of which are now undor
construction with a guaranteed speed
of not less than 50 miles per hour.
The famous "Orcgou Kid II", the
"Oregon Wolf IV" and the "Seattle
Uullet" are among tho entries, also
a fast boat from Raymond, Washing
ton, and one from Sacramento; but
these are just the "flrst-comors".
It is expected that tho Astoria Regat
ta this yoar will witness he lurges
number of racos and he greatest ever
held on tho Pacific coast. The Paci
fic Coast Championship for speed
boats will be determined at this
In addition to these premier events
there will be sailing and rowing rac
os, water and laud sports ot all kinds
a grand illuminated marine parade
and pyrotechnic display on the Col
umbia river, and a mnmmoth. land
parado and patriotic demonstration
on July 4th. E. J. Arnold's big car
nival company, with dog nnd pony
shows, forrls wheel, merry-go-round,
etc., three lnrgo brans bands, coun
try dances, and fancy dress ball will
fill in overy minute not otherwise
occupied. Reduced rates will prevail
on all rail ad water lines.
Qlfford Plnchot, who received the
Progressive nomination for United
States 9nator from Pennsylvania at
BRIEF NEWS OF OREGON
1 Coiiullle will be added to the cities
j In Oregon that aro dry July 1.
j Pilot Ilock has shipped 700,000
, pounds of wool this geunon of Or better
! trade thun last year.
I The Sou'Iicrn Oregon-Northern Call
jfornla Mining Congress will meet In
Abliland July 9 and 10.
' D. K. Sheldon, who lives near Prine-
I Tllle, has been arrested, charged with j
navniK Biuin nm lnlant child and burn
ed the body.
I Se.intors C'hamberluln and Lane are
In receipt of resolutions passed by a
mass meeting ut Sprlncwater depro-
culln8 a wur wlth Mexlc8'
Total of. 2,500,000 Chinook salmon
fry have been released from the Chi
nook hatchery at the mouth of tho
Tl'.e 29th annual grand encampment
of Irdlan War Veterans of the North'
aclflc Coast was held Wednesday at
Grants Pass Is making headway on
s new municipal railroad, several
carloads of steel and rails having been
received for use in the work. First
en miles will bo completed this week.
The Rogue River vulley creamery
planning to buy a carload ot cows
for us by tho farmers on easy terms.
ho creamery has a surplus fund for
the purpose on hand.
Tl.e interstate commerce commis
sion has ordered hearings In the Ore
gon strawberry express rate matter in
Spol.ane July 30, before Commissioner
At the meeting of the Oregon Expo-
sllloa Commissioners It was definitely
decided that $10,000 be appropriated
as awards for Oregon live-stock' at
the Panama-Pacific Exposition. On
the completion of the budget, It la
hoped to raise this sura to $15,000.
In the debate over mileage, Senator
Lano advocated tho allowance to
members of congress ot actual ex
penses Instead of 20 cents a mile. The
present system, be said, amounts to
an liidlrcct Increase of salary, and tbe
people look upon It as "Backsheesh."
Initiative petitions have been placed
11 circulation in Hood River county to
reduce the salaries of county officials
In the aggregate sum ot $1400. All
officials except the treasurer are af
fected by the proposed schedule. Coun
ty Judge is reduced to $800.
With a view to determining the val
ue ot the salt beds of Summer and
Albert lakes, in order that tho state
land board or legislature may Intelli
gently dispose of them, Governor West
has asked tho director of the Oregon
Bureau of Mines and Geology to make
an examination of them.
An ordinance declaring it a nuis
ance. to solicit orders for Intoxicating
llyuois In Springfield, and providing
a penalty of from $25 to $100 for the
first offensa and of $200 for subse
quent offenses has been passed unan
Imonsly by the town council.
The Albany Retail Merchants' asso
ciation are considering reorganizing
into a county nst--oclntlon, which will
prolubly bo known as tho Linn County
Credit association. The purpose of
tho association will bo for better co
operation among the merchants, the
establishment of certain rules govern
ing tho credit business and for tbe
adoption of a credit rating guide.
Lime county will lose at least $160,
000 and possibly more tux money in
two years on account of a ruling Just
mudo by Attorney Goneral A. M. Craw
ford. He has sent an opinion to B. F,
Keenoy, assessor of this county, that
the Oregon & California grant lands
cannot be listed tor assessment until
the nult to revert the lund to the gov
ernment is settled lu the United
States supreme court
Tl'.e quartermaster general of the
army Informs Senator Chamberlain
that In accordance with bis roquest,
instructions havo been Issued to the
quartermasters at San Francisco and
Scuttle to Invite Oregon lumbermen to
bid on all lumber required by the war
department on tho Pacific coast. Sen
ator Chamberlnln expects similar ac
tion by other departments of the gov
ernment. After Buccess at Coqullle In obtain
ing tbe sanction ot tho city council
tor closing saloons, the nntt-snloon fac
tion has planned to start a quick posi
tion campaign at Marshfield and
hopes to have tho city closed before
July 4. Women are making a house-to-house
canvass for signatures to pe
titions, which they will later present
to tho council. No effort has been
mado as yet to circumvent the move
ment, the wot element relying on the
Judges llonry L. Benson and Chas.
L. McNnry appeared before the state
canvassing board and requested the
board to ask for a recheck of the tally
sheets In all the countlos ot the state,
so fiir ns their votes for fourth place
on the republican ticket tor supreme
Judge are concerned. Thus a contest
was avoided nnd tbe exciting race be
tween these two candidates is not yet
at an end. As the figures now stand
McNnry Is credited with ft lead of 12
votert. The vote for all the other can
didates was officially canvassed by
the eocrctury of stnto In the prcsonco
ot tbe governor and state treasurer.
ADLAI E. STEVENSON
Adlal E. Stevenson, Vice President
during tho last Cleveland administra
tion, who died In Chicago of old age.
Adlal E. Stevenson Passe Away at
The Age of 78.
Chicago. Adlal E. Stevenson, for
mer vice president ot the United
States, died here at the Presbyterian
hospital. His death was due to gen
eral debility and old age. '
Adlal Ewlng Stevenson bad a long
and honorable public career. He was
vice president from 1893 to 1897, un
der President Grover Cleveland. In
1909 he again was nominated by tbe
democratic party for vice president
and ran with William J. Bryan, the
party s candidate for president, but
was defeated. He served as a mem
ber of the 44th and 46th congresses,
From 1885 to 1889 he served as First
Assistant Postmaster General under
His lust appearance as a candidate
for public office was In 1908, when he
was nominated for governor of Illi
nois by the democratic party and was
defeated by Charles S. Deneen, repub
Delegates at Niagara Sign Protocol.
Niagara Falls. Delegates from the
United States and the Huerta govern
ment formally affixed their signatures
In the presence of the mediators to
the first protocol of the series through
which it is hoped to restore peace in
The agreemont reached provides the
manner of transferring the executive
power from Huerta to the new provis
Theodore III Is Born.
New York. Theodore Roosevelt III,
first grandson of Colonel Roosevelt
to bear the family name, was born at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Fair Weather Forecast
Washington. Generally fair weath
er Is forecast for the week. Toward
the end of the week a disturbance Is
expected to develop in the extreme
T LASSEN IN
Redding, Cal. Fire, smoke, steam,
volcanic ashes, rocks and deadly gases
belched, not only from the crater
which opened up near the summit of
Mount Lassen May 30, but also from
two new craters that burst open more
than a mile from the first ot the new
craters, and the first known toll is
one dying, one injured and two de
mented. The outbreak ot Mount Lassen is
extremely volcanic In nature, and the
peak becomes the newest active vol
cano in the world.
Lance Graham was fatally hurt by
falling rocks. His head was battered
and he was found half covered hy
ashes and cinders.
Rocks hurtled from the spouting vol
cano and broke the arm and gashed
the face of George Tipple, a lumber
jack, and left him demented.
George Goodwin, who left Manzanl
ta Lake at 8 o'clock in the morning,
was within a half mile, ot the crater
when the eruption occurred, and he
also is demented ns a result
Other members of the party near
the mountain at the time, report that
the top of the mountain has been
blown off, and ashes, rock and cinders
cover territory two miles from the
Wheat Club, 8Cc; bluestem, 89c j
red Russian, 86c.
Hay Timothy, $16; alfalfa, 113. "
Butter Croamery, 270.
Eggs Ranch, 21c.
Wheat Bluestem, 89c; club, 860;
red Russian, 65c.
Hay Timothy, $17 per ton; alfalfa,
$14 per ton.
Butter Creamery, 26c.
0 piddo i
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FlrsST CLASS WORK
all the time
give us a call
Su Helens, Oregon
VON A. GRAY
LOCATED IN RUTHERFORD BLDG.
ST. HELENS OllEGOX
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& HALL CO.
WHEN IN PORTLAND
108 FOURTH ST.
NO O fi NO
MORE AUC LESS
JUST LIKE HOME
Mnt row friends then dam to center
I ill electric line pcucej checked Ire,
open ftoa 6 a. m. t nv.
Send to Modern Confec
tionery Company. Portland.
Oregon, 5 "Modem Sweets"
eali dipped from the enclorart found In all
Dackuci of "Modem Drodncta. or 10 cent
(atanpa or coin) lot postage, and full sample box
of VofM Chocolate will be teat you
Turn Go AMMTV.it If for ut ream
Voffsai Chocolate do not tin a purchaser per
fect ioumaetioa,we are authorized to replace
tnea at tocu expense.
NX I .
EGGS FOR HATCHING Turkey
eggs, $2.00 per setting. Thoroughbred
White Rock eggs, $1.00 per 15. One
turkey Tom for sale, $4.00.
MRS. J J BRUGGER,