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'"ml, J Utt " tel. i nil v rvi - hi I j . .u- ---tL,, Lower Prices ( Ford Cars KIlYdivc ficin Auffust 1, ') , t I'M 5, :i'll fiuiiranUTtl against an; ,m-ii!g Hiat tiino. TOURING CARS $ RUNABOUT $ TOWN CAR $ p. (). II. Detroit, nil earn fully 0(iil pped For fin liter particulars regardiii , see the INDEPENDENT AUTO Columbia County Agents for the FORI) CARS St. Helens, Oregon. WW rust 1, IK'tiull iC ItlW CO. K'-'Siilar Proceed ins County Court Announcement To the People of St. Helens and All Way Towns ST. HELENS -PORTLAND AUTO CO. has established Portland Offici For Passenger Auto nt Meier 4 Frank's Store 6lh and Alder Streets, Portland Passmger auto w ill receive ai,d deliver passengers at this location beginning MAY ,tli ni-sr i:ooms.f :: ciuxk uoom vvhuc Tin.rj'iio.xEs ami everv convenience is tifu ml to von j at MEIER & FRANK'S I) 11 Y GOODS OF QUANTITY AND QUALITY AT QUANTITY PRICES. There In no cxlrn cliurun for tlio extra h:i( iHfuit Ion voil cot lit tills Ktort'. U'o irivn vmi iniulifv nii'mtitv inwl ;iiururtlfin nt thn nrleo "' 'iii'. Anil Hint pries Ih moving n trememlnUH lot of our rooiIh. jum now w nru mi-IIIiik h HplenilM Una of wnHlwilile rubrics Tor numtiicT wear. Tliey lira of ull iIobIuiih nuil prices, from tliu Huntliiy K"ii In thn wrvirenblo every (lay (Irons. We especially ask you to see lliem, for llio prion Ih bo VKltY low We ktinw vmi ritnnnt n.ulut inWlnir tii) hniiio u'lih vim. Hetter noo tlii'tn now - today for tliey nro Ruing rapidly. I-i. MORGCJS c3c SON "QUALITY, QUANTITY. PRICE." 'itklAtUtiAiit,LUtliLUtiLLlAAtkAAiiALA4isAiktf St. Helens Mill Co. Electric Lighting (Saves Your Eyes) S team Heating (Prolongs Your Lives) Lath Wood Lumber Continued from Pago 2 westerly uIoiik iho M,I!t hIi J , , y a 'ltno of 22 feet; tl.enci more or , I . '', "'l f '"''''""'"R. "'"lalniiiK 0.40 acre:, irk...l "K,MMi 3" K ,I'0W" "n tluil lue ",i"t 'eto attache,!, I'.'.IU'l'.I, ,() 5. ' An In sul.ii in. reel of :,,i ,.... i , , ........ . .. 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"U,.KU "l r'K"1 ansles to the oinoanv: tl,e., 01 " ,u' '"rilniicl and Seattle s 14.6 feet ro 'li' el.. l r . V , "H or '"SM 10 nD oillt ' " ' : . . " Kiev llioro or HK8 lo I in li.ilnl ,,f UW,0W, "inS t,10W" " U"! ; A "l-.,et,e MLrHMuVund deed f,!,,"'' nt"Ke tW0 ( "G3t " K ,I"":,:ml m",Mlrl!" tehTVn ,0 thoXHUi,r fm am raiK of the sulil company at Htation ' : 11 7 i7 r. ,..i . r.... . ., .mi .,.... 1 ... ., . . . - aim u isui noriiicatnrlv ..... llllin 1 1 ,1, l lirn, lilt,, ua , . i, - liKhway at Hlatlot. 177!; ii I ?, "!"lu',n"" . 'olumMa 0 ..uic enterl Ine of tho foiumina HUa" IZ S o he 1? ler i,UC U,,V7,t0 1 '". llh'l,U' uv"'8 ttr or 68H.0 f('t parallel ad le.., 'ui'alonrZ arf acurvo'to"" Me !. havlos Br a.llua of 1B50 feet parallel to the center Hiie of the tlum la llKhway ad iHtunce of 4C9.4 feet; thence Boull, aOo 10' eort pan ll to he center line of tho Columl.ia lliKlv ay a distance of 291 8 fee tl ,enc2 11 IB the arc of a curve Io the left I, iving a rudiu. of 1397 reotn X o he center line of the Columbia ilKl.way ad SUce of 7 t 1 . . 'ii,t,,Ul 'W,'Ht!, ly 'r'Bl,t of WL)' of Sl'Okane. lort a ,1 aa eat 1 Hallway Cmp:iy 60 f,,ot t0 lUl,vesterIy from d meu' "(, i.KH Si m V",'" 'r,1'14 0f liald (u"'l""'-; thence nortllwerterl" aton" .eni1,' :UJ ':,!:': r ''r y, rlh,,of wuy 'i"0 ud iHta(e of 10 2.0 reot ...0 11 ,i,rV. i .Tin . "BimiiiiB, coiiu iiiuiR u.445 arres more or le.ss; said 1 n , ,,' Lm,.; h ? 16 M"e "(ri,lt 1 Cr!t0 "''"'. mai-ked "Exhibit 5". Jko. ,n , f. V,'C nrem,8C". ,IB ('"" of Columbia hereby re . ses ,,1 dlKCharKed the property, HKhtH of way and premines of the i u t '(7"r,m' "lr ,0,",,r ' l'e tracts above described from all lalniK of the ounty of Columbia for use as a part of the said road or hlKh vay and further u (trees than in cat.e tho party of tho Hecond part has oc l .'!!' ,"r,:i.M'l,fl,'r ' 11','l fack its railway line upon Its right ofw av, .r l.ulid additional tucks thereon, the said party of the second part mav icnrow earll! and nmteriay from thn lands within the boundaries of the alii highway where convenient provided the exercise of this right doe mt uniietPiKiirlly Interrupt travel upon the said road or hlghwav, nnd irovlded further that before this right is exercised in anw instance," appli at on shall first bo made to the County Cou.-t and the wark shall be done mder its supervision and lo its satisfaction. IN WITNKSS WHEHEOK thep allies have caused thete presents to be 'xeeuted this 8th day of September, 1914. COUNTY OK COI.UMI1IA, STATE OK OREGON, lly W. A. HAHltlS. County Judge. JOHN KAUH, Commissioner. LOUIS KLUIIHEK, Commissioner (Corporat seal) SI'OKANE, POIITLAXT) AND SEATTLE RAILWAY CO I!y L. C. GILMAN.I'resident. Attest: W. K TURNER. i)ono in the Presence of witnesses: E. rearson T. N. Kendilek Whereupon, Court adjourned until Wednesday, September 9, 1914 Wednesday, September 9. 1914, 5th Judicial Day. Court came pursuant o adjournment. Ollicers all present. Due proclamation bzeing made, the lollowing proceedings were had: Matter of Deed from Oregon Lumber Co., for County Road: On tills day this mutter coming on for consideration upon a duly exe uted deed from Oregon Lumber Company to Columbia County, forevei dedicating a certain strip or land for road purposes, being a portion ol he Columbia Highway, and being in accordance with that certain stipu !ition between said parties filed herein on the 20th day of August, 1914, nil the Court being fully advised in the matter, it is ordered by the Court hat said deed be, and tho same is hereby approved. It is further ordered by tho Court that the Clerk of this Court be, and lie is iiereuy autnorizeil illicit nstructed to hie the same for record. Whereupon Court adjourned unlil Thursday, Sepjt. 10, 1914. Thursday, September 10, 1914. (ith Judicial day. Court came pursuant ;o adjournment. Ollicers all present. Duo proclamation being made, the following proceedings were had: In tho Matter of Widening and Straightening the NE1IALEM ROAD leading from tho South boundary line of Columbia County to the West boundary line thereof: On this day tills matter coming on regularly for further consideration in tho determination of tho amount of damnges to be paid to the partiet r (Vented thereby, and the Court not being fully advised in the matter, it it ordered by the Court thnt the same be continued for further consideration. Whereupon, Court adjourned until Saturday, Sept. 12, 1914. Saturday, Sept. 12, 1914, 7th Judicial Day. Court came pursuant to I'ditournnient. Officers all present. Duep reclamation being made, the following proceedings were had: In the Mater of the Improvement of tho Portion of Hush Road: On this day this matter coming on for consideration in accordance with duly published notices, bids for the construction or a portion or the Hush Koiid, between station 32 nnd station f!9; station 32 being a point on tho said Hush Road 3200 feet east of tho Hudson School House in Road District No. 2, were opened nnd examined, being ns follows: Ml'M.Kll HllllS. Earth excavation, huul not to exceed 300 feet, per cubic yard $.25 Earth excavation (Borrow) haul not to exceed 300 ft. por cu. yd. $.62 Material hauled over 300 feet per yard station $.02 Clearing, per acre $75.00 Grubbing, per square rod $ 1.50 3' x 3' cedar log culvert, per lineal foot $ 2.20 CLARK ItROS. Earth excavation, haul not to exceed 300 feet per cubic yard $ .24 Earth excavation (borrow) haul not to exceed 330 ft. per en. yd. $ 24 Material liuulod over 300 foot por yard station 0 .02 Clearing, por aero $70.00 drubbing! per square rod $125.00 3' x 3' log culverts, per llnenl foot $10.00 And tho Court being udvlsed in the matter, nnd considering said bids (oo high, it is ordered by the Court that all of said bids be, and the same uro hereby rejected. It is further ordered by the Court that calls for bids for said improve ment bo again published nnd opened Wednesday, Oct. 7, 1914, nt 2 p. m In tho Matter of Widening and Straightening the NEHALEM ROAD leading from the south boundary line of Columbia County to the west boundary line thereof: Now. on tills 12th day of September, 1914, this mnttor coming on regu larly for further consideration by tho Court, and the Court having in-1 spocted the premises anil ueing runy nuvisen in me mniier, nereny nnos, fixes nnd determines tho amount of damages to bo paid to the respective owners, lossess nndl ncumbrnncers nnd nil parties affected as follows, that Ih to say: KIRST: That JOHN HACHMAN is damnged inth e sum of $1.00 by rea roii of the nnnrourlatlon of a Btrlp of land sixty (60) feet in width ror said road over and across lands owned by him, including all damages sustained ; to the remaining portion or lands owned by him, in anywise affected i thereby, Thnt the strip of land bo appropriated Is described of follows, to-wit: A strip of land sixty (60) feet In width, being thirty (30) feot on eacli sldo of the conterl lne of the Nehalom Highway as surveyed over and across the east bnlf (EV6) of the southeast quarter (SE?4) of section fourteen (14) in Township six (6) north of range five (5) west of the Willamette Meridian. Beginning at station 2 x 09.3 of said survey which station is approxi Coiitlnued next week WILLI AFtl HAN LEY, Candidate for United States Senator, for a Greater, Better Oregon. xr.f. WILLIAM HAN LEY PLATFORM I am a candidate for the office off United States Senator be cause a great many people thought I ought to be. I was born In Oregon and have lived here all my life. This Is my platform : Oregon for Its own People The people of Oregon ought to receive the benefit of its natural resources just as stockholders re ceive dividends. Let those who want to share Oregon's ad vantages come here to collect them. Return $8,000,000 to Oregon There is about $8,000,000 due Oregon, taken by the. general Goverment from the sale of Oregon lands and used to develop other states. Oregon needs this money. It should be returned at once. Capitalize Our Resources Whether managed by the Federal Goverment or the state, the proceeds from Oregon's resources, land, water power, etc., should be secured to Oregon, and, if necessary, capitalized or borrowed against, just as a pri vate corporation would do. No Monopoly Natural resources should be held in trust for the people and leased for use on flexible terms. We have the greatest depoeits of soda and potash in the world m Eastern Oregon. California's deposit have passed into pri vate hands. Make this impossible in Oregon. Roads The Federal Goverment has constitutional powers to build post roads. Good roads are the very backbone of civilization and commerce. The same reasons that lead the general Goverment to develop Alaska apply to Oregon. immigration We have no moral right to invite immigration with no place for the immigrant to settle unless he is a capitalist. We should prepare lands for homes by ir rigation, drainage and dyking and should jar loose the lands held out of use at high speculative prices. Population We talk of the high cost of living, but the root of the matter is too many consumers in cities and not enough producers on the soil. Country life must be made more agreeable by roads and improvements ; and land must be opened to settlers. Ports, Portland and Astoria There are too few ports on the Oregon Coast1 Every one should be improved; not only the great Columbia River ports, but Coos Bay, Yaquina and all others on our coast. A deep channel to the sea, and a freight rate based on actual cost of haul will give Portland and Astoria their natural advantage of the only water grade on the Pacific Coast from the Inland Empire to the sea. Tran-Pacific Steamers If the Columbia River ports get their natural advantage of a water-grade haul and maintain a deep channel and safe bar, ocean travel will have to meet the railroadi at Portland and Astoria. Labor The producing of laborers is unlimited. Every baby is a competitor with every other baby to live. A nation is its people not its Few, and if the general government can be called on to send its troops to strike regions, it has a right to prevent conditions that breed strikes. Woman labor and child labor should be protected by Federal laws. Capital 1 Capital is stored up labor and goes, or should go, hand in hand with labor. It should not be recklessly assailed by prejudice, but in the last analysis property can never be so valuable as human beings. Corporations The greatest liberty should be allowed purely individual enterprises, but where the right to do business comes from the people, or the corporation serves the people (as public utilities or railways), or when the people's life is at stake, in health, morals or food, the people have a right to regulate that business, but only fairly and upon a full hearing. Trusts The evil of a trust is not its size. Its bigness may be good economy. Its evil is in the control of the markets, so that t dictates to both producer and consumer. The real remedy it denial of all monopolistic privileges and to let credits begin where the produc tion beginswith the soil. Cive the farmer a chance to finance himself cheaply. 1 believe the new currency system will help toward this. Commerce Now that American coastwise ships pass through the canal on eaual terms with other ships, open our ports to the competition of the world for our coastwise traffic Let Portland and Seattle nave the same chance at hiring bottoms that Vancouver and Vic toria have. The Customs District The north and south sides of the Columbia are in two different customs districts. It is absurd and costly and in convenient to vessels.v The Columbia River is in one port and should b in one district Mining Mining should receive the same encouragement that agriculture is receiving. Geological stations should be estab lished in Eastern and Southern Oregon at least Topographical Survey Regardless of what the state puts up for the purpose, the general Government should complete the topographical surveys as speedily as possible. These maps are necessary for road build ing, canal construction and an infinite number of purposes. Suffrage I have always favored equal suffrage. 1 favor National equal suffrage. A woman has the right to say into what sort of a world her child shall be born. Prohibition I favor the strictest regulation, backed up by educated public opinion. I do not favor prohibition. I believe it does not prohibit ! it promotes hypocrisy and invades for a few the personal liberty of all. I think personal freedom the greatest force there is con structive of character. WILLIAM HANLEY Paid Advertisement by William Hanley Campaign Committee O. C. Leiter, Manager.