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WARDENS
RES
RED
fintcy and Clnnlon Again in
Former Offices.
Hint)''" I lMtr'l in
I'.iiiirr HiimlH INMilta Atlituilu
of tho (liivcrnor.
At u mwllnB of the Hint Kluli nit1
damn ComiiilMHlmf hold III 'oi l.ui I
Monday, W. L. Kin lo wi-i r.tilunl
lo IiIh office of Stulo J in i Wnilun
onil It. I'. ClHiiton to tint l MiiMtitr
j'IbIi Wiinlim. Tlmy vtioniod tliu .if
f.-M l.mt Kobruary, following uctlou
taken by Oovoriio. Wmi. Four
moinln'rrt of tlio coiiiiiiIkhIoii wore
p-oicnt lit tlin inuntlnK: I). 10. utin-
ciin, C. V. StniiB, Ooorxo II. K-l!y
md M. J. Klnnpy. Mr. huacn pnl-
ti III Hi" aliHcnce of Kloyd llllymi,
ehalrniun of the commltte'., who wiih
out of tlio city.
I.iiHt February C. F. aotio. of
Klnmiitli Kill In. Frank llu;'ir, of
Suli'in, and I). K. Punrnr., of Sultin,
ri'HlKiu'd from tlio board. Oovnrtior
Went appointed Floy! li'I-iu, i,f
I'nrllund; ('. If. Evann, of lc'l.,o.
ml II. II. Clifford, .f ilukor, tc to
pluro thi'lil.
AHIioiikIi the Governor aimed at
the tl mo thnre was no pu!lt:cl blh
niflr.nncn In the action, Mr Kvina
la a brother-in-law of Claude Mrl'ul
locli, who managed Dr. Sinltli'i
ftuuimlKii for Kovornor, and Mr. II II
jimi Is treasurer of the nemnrrmlt
ntutii rnniniiltee. Tills new li.urd
Imd l'in In charca but a short time
lioforo W. L. Klnloy was removed
from tlio offlco of Game Warden,
nd ('. II. Kvani, one of the newly
appointed members of the board,
named as his succemior. The former
was Riven a poaltlon at the head of
the educational and blloglcol depart
ment at a reduced salary,
Theodoro Oxpund, who bad hern
a clerk In Mr. Clanton's office, wan
elevated to the Master Fish Ward
en's position, while C'lunton was
placed In charge of the fish hatcher
leu, ii position created at the time.
Mr. 10 vans, In owlr to accept the
push Ion of Game Warden, was forc
ed to roHlxn ns a member of tlio com-mlisi-ion
. This office was not filled
for sown time, but the Governor fin
ally named II. E. Duncan, one of the
foiiniT members of the board, who
l-.uK-ned,
Five weeks a no H. II. Clifford re
rhtii'd and was shifted to a place In
the Klute Insurance Department. C.
F. Stono, who has been on the origin
al hoird, succeeded Clifford. This
leimu Frank Ilutrliog the only mem
ber of the ordinal board who lias
not boon restored.
NOTES OF THE FORESTS.
Warriors HhovtiiiK Hjdrlt of Connor
vat ion of Timber In Their Other
wUo DevHutliiK March.
Although there were an unusual
number of forest fires on the nation
al forosts of Oregon and Washing
ton this year, tlio loss of merchant
able timber has been relatively small.
It is said that the Gorman invad
ers of HelKlum, whatever else they
mny have destroyed, have been curo
ful not to Injure park trees. The
cavalrymen, so a report goes, are
forbidden to tie their horses to
trccR for fear that the animals will
gnaw tlio bark, Germany was the
HrHt nation to apply forestry on a
largo scale, some of the crown for
ests having boen under scientific
management for over a hundred
years.
A BiirprlHingly largo number of
niibHtnnees, ranging all the way from
the condensed fumoB of smelters to
the ski in mod milk of croamerios,
hnvn been tried or suggested as
means of preserving wood from de
cay. Most of them, however, have
been found to have little or no value
for the puipose. Certain forms of
coultar creosote and r.lno chlorldo
nre the most widely used wood preservatives.
The propellors of areoplanes such
as nre usod In the present Europoan
war may be made of selectod ash,
which Is both strong and light and
will not split under vibration or
shock, or of built-up layers of spruce
wllh mahogany centers. The frame
work of the machines, too, 13 gen
Tally made of wood, spruce being
much usod on account of Its
straight grain and freedom from
hlddon defects.
ForoHt Supervisor Merrltt, at
Hind, has Just received word of the
final decision of the Socretary of
Agriculture regarding an area of
28,1)00 acres In the Deschutes Na
tional Forest along the Metolius
Hivor. The secretary has decldod
'lint the land is chiefly valuable for
timber and Is not Bubject to entry
ns figrlcultural land. The yellow
Plim timber on this acreage Is es
timated to amount to about 000 -000.000
feet. KIKhty-B perBOI1'8
have filed applications for land In
this section and under ii,iu ,iii....
, of the secretary their claims will not
no allowed.
l WW. l Olt hoyh AMI UH,h.
Kvery boy and girl In Oregon will
bavo a chnnco next ye.ir to take
purl of a hog rulninir r.i, ,,. i
. " " - r.l 11, M7
hacked by the Portland Union Stock
Yard., tlio Hli.to H inkers' AkkocIu
Hon and other organisations Inter
ested in tle agricultural develop
ment of tlio Northwest, it u ,.i,.
ned to permit the young people to
not row money on the security of
their parents or school principal
which will rouble them to buy their
hogs for cash at current market
rates, tho money to be repaid when
the stock Is sold. The boys and
Klrls will ,o required to keep Bn
accurato record of all their expen
ditures and to submit a complete re
port of their operations at the end
of tho year.
rl'rCKKSIU, rO-OPKHATIOX.
A meeting of stockholders In the
Co-operative Creamery was held at
Junction City recently and attondod
by 4 50 ranchers. Tho secretary';
report showed that during the two
vears the plant had been operated,
233,833 pounds of butter have been
miidn, valued at $67,035, and the
sales of by-products has brought the
gross receipts up to $08,531. The
average price of butter for the two
years has been 33 1-3 cents per
pound, tho lowest price having boen
26 cents and the highest 40 cents
TRENH0LM GLEANINGS.
Vlnnle McAloy was seen In Trev
holm Sunday.
Mr. Peters made a business trip
to Houlton the past week.
Mrs. Hotel's mother, Ma Love,
was a recent Treuholm visitor.
Mrs. V. n. Ilrockwa) is mti.ilidn
Ing her cousin, Mrs. Sbrrp, from
California.
Mr. Ettor Kolly has leased the
Allman place, and Is ploughing for
grain raising.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mclntyre have
as their guest Mr. Clarence Mclntyre
of California.
Mr. and Mrs. Tracy have moved
back to Trenholm. Mr. Tracy Is to
work on the new roud.
Miss Hilda Coolldge fi.ivj a rd
party last evening for Mrs. Morgiiu
and Miss Agnes llrown. I.uuc!. was
servod by tho hontass and Jolly time
reported by all.
Mrs. Henry McAllister entertained
for Sunday her three neices, Mrs.
C. M. Morgan and son Hilly, Miss
Uatapha lirown, of Portland, and
Miss Agnes llrown, of Happy Hollow
Mrs. Oscar Kylo gave one of
her "fumous" dinners In honor of
Mrs. McAllister's guests )a:il Wed
nesday. Although J'm. Kyle live?
quite a distance from eump ai d fib
ber boots must be worn fcr mul. no
one yet has refused r.t; Inviiatii-u to
her dinners.
Mrs. C. M. Morgan an-l Miso fsl
apha llrown, of Portland, nro boli.g
entertained at several "Jolly affulrs"
this week. Mrs. Tatro Invited nil
the young people to her h una Satur
day evening and an old fashioned
taffy pull and pop corn bt.l's were
onjoyed. Also dancing in the big
kitchen. Those present wcro Mn.
Morgan, Mrs. Ettor Kelly, Mm.
Henry McAUlBter, Mrs. IliPy T.itro.
Misses llrown and Coolldfce uwl Guy
McAllister, Clareuce Mcl.ityro, Fran
cis Coolldge, Phlll. Holt'eu. l'.ll'y
Tatro and Mr. and Mrs. Tatro.
YANKTON LOCALS.
Mrs. Harry Howard Is reported
to be ill.
Vankton school will give a
progrum on Thanksgiving eve.
Mr. Charlos Uriggs has returned
home from Hot Springs much Im
proved In health.
John Karth returned to Yank
ton on last Sunday aftor spondlng
some months In the central part of
Canada.
A birthday dinner was given by
Mrs. Wm. Karth, In honor of Wil
liam and Rudolph Karth, twins.
William Is seven hours older than
Rudolph.
The Yankton Sunday school will
give a union Thanksgiving dinner
In tho Grange Hall. All are cor
dially Invited to attend. The ladies
will bring baHketB. A program will
be glvon.
Charles Drown, Bon of Mrs. Frank
llrown, and a nephew of Law
rence Tarobell. will be the noxt
deputy sheriff. His many friends
wish him buccobb. Ho is well thought
of by evory man, woman and child,
In the neighborhood.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES H
Class
ii.t
ItOKO
of young men about Harry's age was
vited in and all in the Darlor when
Harry came in, a surprised look
came over his . face, and then It
dawned upon him It was a surprise
Organizing Has Been on lllm- Tll0n the' were ushered in
Ptr1artoA room wnere a rine dinner
reflected. wus spread and entovert n..m..u
until midnight. They all report
having a dandy ttaiu and hope they
may he Invited to another party be
foro long. (ai.)
t r.riiiitlfii-; Grounds l,y
CultuiA N IJcIiis Instilled
In YoiiIIih.
Ti.o Juniors tti-o thinking of pub
IhIiIiiz a hl::li school annual
There is a crying need for play
ground appuratus In tho schoola.
Tho Physical Culture girls aro
m'oylng themselves these fine days
by short wulks.
The DemoHthones's and Cicero's
aro very busy tlieue days working
for the debate tryouts, which como
soon.
Tho High School students are al
most learning to sing DO under the
competent instruction of Dr. Enna,
from Portland.
The Manual Training hoys under
the able Instruction of Mr. McNulty,
aro busy every duy In their work,
md many useful pieces of furni
ture are being made by them.
Tho members of the English II
cluss are astonishing their instruct
ors by the wonderful literature the;,
are turning out. There may be
eome second Shakespeares and Mil
tons among them.
A High School and Y. M. C. A
conference Is to be held In McMln
vlllo, Nov mber 27-29. There waf
i Student Ilody meeting Wednesday
for the purpose of electing dele
gates.. Clarence Goln and James
Adams will represent S. II., H. S.
The school received several rose'
slips from University of Oregon
several weeks ago. They were tak
en fgrom a rose bushed at the U. of
O. Each grade ill the school plant
ed one and next year we hope to
have our lawn beautified by bloom
ing roses.
The High School gymnasium If
In a very deplorable condition.. The
floors are disfigured with numerour
holes and the first grade Is hold
ing full sway over it at present.
There Is a basketball game schedul
ed with Clatskanle on November 27,
and our boys have no place to prac
tice. Two literary societies were organ
ized In the high school about two
weeks ngo. The members of the
societies themselves, the Alpha
Omegas and the N. O's. The former
gave a very Interesting and enter
taining program Friday afternoon
Programs will be given every two
weeks, the next one by the O. N. O's
Messrs. Perry and Smith and MIsf
Keturah Discon may be Been most
any t me with a debate book In their
bands. S. H. H. S. has the negative
side of the question for the county
high schools: Resolved, "That the
Federal Governments should own
and operate all Interstate railroads
acting as common carriers iucluding
interstate lines competing with
them, ocnstltutlonally waived."
All of the classes of the High
School, except the Seniors, have or
ganized. The Sophomores were
tho first to do so. Following Is a
list of the officers of the three claa
ies: Freshmen: James ' Adams
Pres.; Arhne Richardson, V. Pres.;
Maud Richardson, Sec'y.; Marian
linker, Treas. Sophomores: Lester
Wellington, Pres.; Merna Yeomons.
V. Pres.; Lawrence Davles, Sec'y.;
Edrle LaI3are, Treas. Juniors:
Clarence Coin, Pres.; Lois Clear, V.
Pres.; Goldle Hattan, Sec'y.; Dor
othy John, Treas.
We are headquarters for Xmas
toys and decorations. Noah's Ark.
LKVY IH 20.7 MI MX.
Astoria, Ore., Nov. 17. Spec
ial. )Tho City Council has fixed
the tax levy on the year's roll at 16
mills for municipal purposes. The
high rate Is due in part to the fact
that several saloons have announced
that they will not take out licenses
during the coming year.. The levy
for park, library and sanitation pur
poses is 4.7 mills, making a total of
20.7 mills.
UNCLAIMED LETTERS
Letters unclaimed at the St. Hel
ms, Oregon postofflce for tho week
andlng November 14, 1914.
John A. Austin.
' .andall.
Mr. J. W. McDonald.
Mr. John Poropat.
Miss Myrtle Snyder.
A. G. Togue.
Letters unclaimed by Nov 28,
1914, will be sent to the dead letter
office. IVA E. DODD, P. M.
WANTED FIJ.EBH COWS.
We will buy your Fresh Cows, if
test satisfactory, or sell you one.
Write or phone, Clover Hill Farms.
Deer Island, Oregon.
For Sale. Three cnolce lots In
Railroad Addition. Lots are adjoin
ing and In desirable location.
N. H. KINNEY, St. Helens.
COURT PROCEEDINGS
(Continued from nage 6.)
SCAPP00SE NEWS.
Harry Stanton was on our streets
Tuesday.
Mrs. Copelund Is on the sick list
this week.
Mrs. Adams visited fr'ends at St.
Helens this week.
Mrs. Holiday was shopping In
Portland Tuesday.
Mrs. Mildred Watts vlBlted at the
Rose City this week.
Mrs. Andress, of Deer Island, vis
Red at the restaurant this week.
Miss Rena Stock, of Kalama, Is
visiting Mrs. Vanclove this week.
W. H. Bumgardner visited with
his Bister, Mrs. Smith, this week.
It looked like kidnapping Mon
day night, give account of yourself
Mrs. M. E. Watts and daughter,
Maud, are visiting at the Rose City
tills week.
Frank TompklnB, of Salem, was
down here looking after business
this week.
The Tolephone Co. has a man
from Tortland this week taking care
of the sick telephones.
Mary Shollz visited with the
Stump family at Portland last week.
She reports having a nice time.
Mrs. Smith BurprlBod her son,
Harry, with a birthday party Mon
day evening In honor of his birth
day he was 21 years old. A crowd
Watts & Price, Supplies to
Granat
Good Samaritan Hospital,
Care of Person
Alleman, F. W., Care of Mrs.
Lewis
Hospital St. Vincents, Care
of Wittnebel
Pomeroy, W. G., S. of W. &
M
lohn, Mrs. C. H., Tax Re
bate Dspain, U. S., Sup. R. D. No.
1
Kirby, D. C, Supt. R. D. No.
2
Van, J. E Sup. R. D. No. 3
Melllnger, U. S Sup. R. D.
No. 4
Tatrlck, Mrs. M. Witness G.
Jury
Miller, H. Nr, Witness G.
Jury
Platz, A., Witness G. Jury. .
?ooley, Ben, Witness G. Jury
Busklrk, J. E., Witness G.
Jury
Ahrendt, Maud, Witness G.
Jury
Barnes, O. W., State vs Gard
ner ,
Campbell, J. L State vs
Gardner
Parsons, C. W., State vs
Smith
Rasmussen, R. P., Witness
Grand Jury
Waka, Geo., Witness Grand
1 Jury
Watklnds, Cash, Witness
Grand Jury .
Appleton, Jack, Witness
Grand Jury
Dspain, U. S., Witness Grand
Jury
Davey, Arnold, Witness
Grand Jury
Miller, H. N., Witness Sch-
roeder
Platz, A., Witness, Schroeder
Wlkstrom, I. G., Witness Sch-
roer
Wlkstrom, I. G., Witness
Grand Jury
Berg, A. M., Juror
Johnson, Andrew W
West, H., Brand Juror ....
Roberson, R. H., Grand Jury
Palm, August, Grand Jury. .
Boeck, Louis, Grand Jury. .
McAdam, John Grand Jury. .
Tarbell, Ray, Grand Jury . .
Holsapple, Wm., Grand Jury
Hangerud, Grand Jury ....
Pellitler, John, Grand Jury .
Parker, G. W., Juror
Slater, W. T Juror
Morris, Thos., Jr., Juror . . .
McKay, N. II., Juror
Rablnsky, Chris T., Juror . .
Lindsay, John, Juror
Blake, E. H., Juror
Larson, Fred L., Juror ....
John, M. J., Juror
Saxton, S. W., Juror
Blackburn, Elmer, Juror . ,
Campbell, M. J., Juror ... .
Akin, J. W., Juror .' ... . .
Isaacson, Gust, Juror
Harvey, A. E., Juror ......
Kelley, Patrick, Juror
Ruhl, Chas. S., Juror
1.80
93.15
4.00
27.30
20.00
1.03
72.00
121.50
189.00
21.00
3.60
3.60
3.60
2.00
5.00
5.00
9.20
9.20
2.00
5.00
5.00
6.60
3.00
2.00
9.20
5.60
6.20
5.C0
3.60
13.40
16.60
21.20
18.40
29.60
32.40
8.80
20.00
49.20
40.00
50.20
52.00
..50.40
61.60
45.20
47.20
49.80
43.90
46.20
66.20
43.20
45.00
42.60
42.00
47.00
19.80
3.80
45.40
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SHOT SHELLS
Arrow and NitroClub
steel Lined Speed Shells
Scientific tes . how that ; Remington-UMC Arrow and Nitro "
Club Stttf Ud Sped Shell. .,. the fartertihell. in the world.
I be ttetl lining grip, the powder puts every ounce of the
eiplonye force into a traightawejr drive. No low from shell
expansion.
You uke a shorter lead on the fart bird., get more of them. '
Tokecproureua cleand and lubricated rlibL M Rem OiL da aaw
powder aolrail. mat pfatarie. and tun lubricaaZ
REMINGTON AKMS-UNION METALLIC CARTR1DCB CO
atBmd.., New Tart
EUROPEAN PLAN AMERICAN PLAN
EVERYTHING MODERN AT THE
ST. HELENS HOTEL
J. CEORCE, Proprietor ALL BUSSES CALL AT HOTEL
RATES $1.00 AND UP
SPECIAL RATES TO REGULAR BOARDERS
I Ms&k:iZ&-&i f 111 ! 2 II
lllilllS2j
TAeGT8aterOreoC
With new hitilHinM Y
OK -it, enlarged grounds, and many id
dit uns to its faculty, University
of Oregon will bein ; -hirty-iunln
:'ecitl training for Du;ncs. Jour
pal m. Law, Medicine. Teaching I i.
brr.- v Witt-lf M . . . a
rf rsiuiGg and . iijc jVrU.
l.--'?est and ttiongeftf dtpaxuecata
Of lu.raJ eduraimn
1,1! - cf more than 5.9 vo.'uoca. tt
equt; Nw libt.ij ACuiiauirtviio
oui.; -.J in co'jr ol conttrunloa
Tv na Pre. tanuliori lor men antl
lot -tb Cipcnt itiwc.;
U.f .- J I.. . ....
iauai. . .ii.2 rcyilr.
UniVLRSiTY OF OREGON
CUGENg. OREGON
WHEN
BUYING
HARDWARE
Consider the house that stands behind the
goods it sells.
There is so much deceptive hardware on the
market that no reliable dealer will ever
GUARANTEE any article until he KNOWS
it has QUALITY.
WE GUARANTEE OURS
and that is the best advertisement that we
could ever write.
MUCKLE HARDWARE CO.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
DRAYINC AND TRANSFER
AH Business Promptly Attended To
PHONE IS OR 42
WM. H. DAY IES - - PROP.
ST. HELENS, OREGON
St. Helens Mill Co.
Lath
Electric Lighting'
(Saves Your Eyes)
Steam Heating
(Prolongs Your Lives)
Wood
Lumber g

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