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ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1915.
So ! Pi PROCEEDINGS OF COUNTY COURT PETITION FILED FOR ESTAB LISHMENT OP COUNTY ROAD IN TOWNSHIP 7. Clerk Authorised to Pay for Traction Knglne Which Was Purchased by the County. CORRESPONDENCE HOULTON. On this 11th day of May, 1915, comes on for hearing the petition of A. Kantola, and others, freeholders, residing In the road district or dis tricts of said proposed road, hereto fore filed herein and having been con tinued for further consideration, praying for the establishment of a county road, described as follows: Beginning at a concrete culvert on the Columbia Highway located in the Northwest quarter (NW!i) of the Southeast quarter (SEVi) of Section Five (5) in Township Seven (7) North of Range Five (5) West of the Willamette Meridian, said culvert be ing at the junction of a certain priv ate road with said highway, and run ning thence southwesterly along and upon said private road about 2500 feet to a point where the same con nects with the section line between Sections Five (5) and Eight (S), said Township and Range, and run ning thence West along said section line about 3460 feet to the Northwest . corner of the Northeast quarter (NE ' M) of Section Seven (7) in said w Township and Range, the latter point . being the terminal of said road. And It satisfactorily appearing to , the Court from proof filed herein, that due notice of the pendency of this proceeding has been given as by law required, that twelve of said pe titioners are legal freeholders of this county, residing in the road district or districts of the proposed road, and that a good and sufficient bond has . been given and filed herein. It is therefore ordered by the Court that the Board of County Road View ers meet at Woodson, Ore., on the '13th day of May, 115, or on their - failure to meet on said day, then within five days thereafter, and pro ceed to view, survey and locate said proposed road. Saturday, May 22, 1915. On this 22nd day of May, 1915, bids for certain road improvement, as heretofore advertised for, were opened and examined by the Court, being as follows: Portion of Nehalem Highway, near Andrew Johnson place. In Road Dis trict No. 6: A. E. Jones and C. L. Johnson, for the sum of $649.00; Edlin Peterson, for the sum of $701.99; L. A. Peter son, for the sum of $1125.00. - And the Court being advised in the matter, it is ordered by the Court that the bid of A. E. Jones and C. L. Johnson be accepted, and that a con tract be entered into with said bid ders for the faithful performance of the same. . Portion of (old) E. J. Llndberg road In Road District No. 5: Seth M. Hall and M. Doran, for the sum of $3476.00; E. J. Llndberg, for the sum of $3738.00. And the Court not being fully ad vised In the matter, it is ordered by the Court that said bids for said Llndberg road be, and the same are hereby continued. And It appearing to the Court that no bids are submitted for the Im provement of a portion of the Mlst Clatskanie road, in Road District No. 6, as advertised. It Is ordered by the Court that said improvement be per formed under the direction of the County Roadmaster. On this day it is ordered by the Court that the Clerk be, and he is hereby authorized and instructed to issue a General Road Fund Warrant in the sum of $900.00, in favor of J. I. Case T. M. Co., in payment for one second-hand Case 15 H. P. Sim ple Traction Engine, No. 20809. 23-lt. SOMETHING WHICH WE ALL APPRECIATE The plans for the new children's building to be erected at the County Fair grounds are being designed by Mr. E. Kroner, a big hearted Port land architect. Mr. Kroner has do nated his services on this piece of work, which is greatly appreciated, and has been duly expressed by the members of the committee. The ar chitect's sketch of the new building will be on hand in a few days. Mrs. O. L. Howard is here for a few weeks. James Galtens was up from Deer Island Saturday. Uther Clark is In Goble erecting a dwelling. James Lowe has recovered from a painful illness. Mrs. Wilkerson of Rainier, Is vis iting In the city. C. D. White has returned from Newport, where he attended grand lodge. E. L. Payne and Carl JarretC will go to Wauna next week, where they have a job. Robert Olson of Aberdeen, is vIb Itlng his sister, Mrs. Herman Usher, of Houlton. Mrs. Contenasso Negro went to Portland Saturday morning for a day's shopping. Mrs. Jarvls Chambers has gone to Wauna to live, Mr. Chambers having preceded her. Misses Nora and Bonnie Gensman have gone to Happy Hollow to visit Miss Opal Smith. Miss Hazel Razey of Deer Island, spent Sunday In this city, the guest of ler uncle, Newell Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Chlpman of Portland, were here last week, visiting their son, Earl Chlpman ana family. . Chas. Crouse was here from Olney, where he is employed, to spend Sun day with his family, recently. Mrs. Wlllia mKetel and three child ren of Trenholm, are spending a few weeks at the Lowe home here. C. U. Powell of Carleton, has re turned to his home, after having vis ited his daughter, Mrs. O. A. Willis of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Masten and daughter, Lois, went to Astoria Thursday last to visit Mrs. Masten's parents. Mrs. Stewart of Yankton, expects to leave on Tuesday next for Hot Springs, where she hopes to find relief from -rheumatism. Mrs. Melt and little son of The Dalles, are here for a few days' stay with Mrs. Mells' parents, Mr and Mrs. N. O. Larrabee. Mrs. L. L. Decker, accompanied her sister, Mrs. Chas. Smith, to Port land Monday morning, to be with her during a slight operation. C. A. Bramble went to Portland Saturday to arrange for his stock, implements, etc., for he expects to become a regular farmer. Mrs. Hannah Poot of Troutdale, spent a few days with her niece, Mrs. W. L. Corsage of this city. She re turned to her home Saturday. Miss Zora Goodman, who has a sit uation in Portland, is here this week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Goodman, near Houlton. The year-old Infant of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of Bachellor Flat, died early on Wednesday morning. The funeral arrangements have not been made as yet. Mrs. J. D. Bonney left Monday morning for her home in Buhl, Idaho, after a visit to friends and old neigh bors in the vicinity of Yankton, her former home. Rev. Sanford Snyder, pastor of the M. E. church at Houlton, has rented the Anderson house and hopes soon to have his wife and daughter, who are now in Salem, join htm. T. S. White went to Clatskanle to take charge of the funeral of the late Mr. Stockwell, who died there. The funeral and interment took place in Portland at the Roselawn cemetery. C. A. Bramble has resigned his po sition at Trenholm, and will move In a short time out to his homestead, about forty miles from Bend, Ore. Mrs. Bi amble and the two little girls will also go. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dupont, Sr., have returned from a visit with their son, Rainey Dupont, who Uvea near Astoria. They went down to help Rainey move Into hla new residence that Is Just completed. Mrs. Emma Belford, who attended the grand lodge meeting at Newport, has returned, and reports a most en joyable time. While there Mrs. Bel ford saw Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Putnam, former Houlton people who are In the restaurant business there. Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson went to Portland Saturday to arrange for their trip to San Francisco. They will start about June 1st, visiting the Fair, and later making excursions to other California points of interest before leaving for their old home In the East. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson will be accompanied by their sons. Harry and Max. They expect to return sometime in the autumn. The Ladies Aid Society of the M. E. Church of Houlton Is planning to give in the near future a benefit so cial, and serve a "conundrum" menu, in which the names of the articles on the bill of fare will be cleverly chang ed to conceal Its Identity, as butter would appear as "silver threads among the gold," etc. The place the social is to be given has not yet been decided upon, but will be advertised In due time, for every one Is cordially Invited to be present. WARREN. Last Thursday evening a farewell naattW SJ ST I V All In honor of Miss y.nv " Ethel Smith, our school teacher. The hall was filled with friends andj neighbors, and dancing was enjoyed. . Miss Smith was the recipient of aj handsome bouquet of roses, present-1 ed by friends. Friday being the last day of school, a picnic lunch was held In the hall, to which the parents of the children j were Invited. At 2 o'clock a musical , nminm was Klven at the school ' house by the children, and was es pecially good. Miss Manila lleln then presented Miss Smith with a gift, as a token of esteem In which she Is hold by her pupils. Everyone present enjoyed the day and Miss Smith leaves with the best wishes of the people for success in the future. HH 4 Beds Beds Beds HEAVY 2-1NC1I WOT WON KI. AB LOW AS S3.75, Metal beds have been greatly reduced In price for u iMHt few weeks, but have now rained again. I bought these before the raise, and while they Ut will give my customers the benefit of the lowest prlee ever quoted on this i-Ihhh of bed. Hee them In my window. WHITE, CKKAM AND VKKMH MARTIN. YANKTON. Miss Ella Muhr spent Wednesday of last week at her home here. Slgrld and Ernest Anderson were home Sunday for confirmation. Mr. Willie Hammerbeck made a business trip to Portland last Satur day. Miss Anderson Is taking a course in nursing at the Emanuel Hospital in Portland. Mr. John Pearson of Brantfont, Kansas, who has Just returned from the exposition, is visiting old friends and acquaintances here. W. H. Helzenrlter is rapidly dis posing of the weeds in his large bean field by the aid of all the boys in Warren, who like weeding. The funeral services of H. A. Bjorn were held at the Swedish Church Tuesday afternoon, with Rev. II. E. Sandstedt of Portland, offici ating. Interment In the Bethany cemetery. The W. C. T. U. will give an enter tainment at Erickson's hall, June 16, for the purpose of raising funds to establish a "public playground" In Warren. No admission will be charged. Everybody welcome. JOHN ELWES was left an orphan at four years of age. At eight he started in to work. During his early years he wasted money. One day it struck him that If he kept on that way he would be always poor. "Poverty is not wholesome" he said to himself and he started in to save mone y. He kept it up. He lived to be an old man and when he died was worth $1,000,000. $1.00 opens your account in our Bank. ' We pay four per cent In our sa vlngs department. COLUMBIA COUNTY BANK . St. Helens, Ore. OLDEST IN THE COUNTY Miss Olive Hyde has been vlnltlng her brother, U. Hyde, who resides In Portland. Mrs. Howard Miller, who has been spending some weeks In Portland, re turned home on Inst Suturday. Andrew Thomas' sister and hus band motored from Portland to their home on last Wednesday for a day's visit. The commencement exercises of the Yankton school will be held In the Grange hall on Friday and Sutur day evenings. In the Yankton cemetery are the graves of four soldiers, veterans of the Civil war, one Confederate and three Union soldiers. They will not be forgotten. Memorial services will be held in the Yankton church on Sunday, May 30th, at U a. m. Rev. Woods of Houlton, will have charge of the ser vice. The graves of relatives and friends will he decorated at the close of the church services. SERIOUS ACCIDENT NEAR SHERMAN'S MILL Trip Line 'nutlit and Accident suited When Line IxMwene!. It- FlItMTlltE UNDKKT.UI.NQ VERNONIA. Mrs. W. Brown Is now the driver of the Stony Point school wagon. Mrs. Lydla Mills was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Clarence Reed, Fri day. The Vernonia school had a number of visitors from Pleasant Hill last week. Guy and Cllve Mills returned home Monday from a business trip to Port land. Lee Hall will be the cream seller for the Townsend Creamery this summer. Mrs. J. P. Claybaugh, who has been teaching near Eugene for the past eight months, returned to Ver nonia Tuesday evening. Mr. McKeevers and niece, Anna Larson, who were visiting for the past iew aays on tioecK mountain, re turned to their home in Elsie, Sun day. Emma and Lena Foultlnot return ed to their old home on Rock Creek Friday, where they will stay for some time. They have been In Clatskanle the past two years, where Lena has been attending High School. DEER ISLAND. Mrs. August Voss Is visiting friends In Portland. Mr. Gene Keelan is at home now, as his school is out. Mr. and Mrs. Gore were Portland visitors on Saturday. There was a party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Keelan last Sat urday night. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clark motored to St. Helens Saturday night In their automobile to attend lodge. The Deer Island people who were In St. Helens on Saturday were Mr and Mrs. Brockhaus and daughter Fred Laube and Jim Meehan. At a party given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hamill by their daughter, Helen, last Saturday night quite a crowd of young people at tended. The evening was spent In playing games and dancing. Cake sandwiches and coffee were served and all present reported a very pleas ant evening. TRENHOLM. While at work at the Sherman mill on Monday afternoon, Gus Isuacson was quite seriously Injured when the trip line caught, and In loosening struck lit 111 squarely under the chin. felled him, making a gash which al most entirely encircled his chin from one corner of tho mouth to the other. The accident, which might have prov en much nioro serious than It was, is not considered very dangerous. The wound Is in a good way to speedy healing. Mr. Isaacson s home Is west of Warren. SCAPPOOSE MAN IS KILLED IN RUNAWAY Hurled l-rom Wagon When Team Becomes Frif(htened. While driving through the South Scappoose canyon Monday morning, Able Jouhert, a resident of Scappoose, was thrown from his wagon and seri ously Injured. The horses became frightened or ungovernable near tho Haynes place and the accident re sulted. He was hurried to the hospital at Portland, but the accident proved fatal. He died the same evening. The deceased was 58 years old and leaves a wife. . . MONEY" The mint makes it and under the terms of the CONTINENTAL MORTGAGE COMPANY you can secure it at 6 per cent for any legal purpose on approved real estate. Terms easy, tell us your wants and we will co-operate with you. PETTY & COMPANY 513 Denham BIdg. Denver, Colo. Miss Ethel Smith left this week for her home in Portland. Mrs. Ada Latin left this week for a visit with friends In Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wilson and fam ily of St. Helens, were the guests jot Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Churchill Monday. Mr3. Alice Johnson of Portland, Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D, A. Fowler. CRIPPLED Vehicles AND Implements Repaired on slHirt notice. We are prepared to do all kinds of woodwork. Prices and work will give satisfaction at Robenolt's Shop Horseshoeing and General Repairing HOULTON, ORE. MURDER NCONCEIVABLY COWARD Family of Eleven Found Dead Strewn Over the Floors and Yard. A deadly assassin who la still at large, at an early hour Friday afternoon, placed luscious home-made bread, cut In nice cubes and squares, spread with Mulford's Phosphorous Paste In henhouse No. 1 and passageway In the rear, and at I. M. father and mother tit and ona child lay dead; at 8 P. M. big brother rat and three ncphtwi were cold In death; at 4 A. M. of the Hth, four other children of tht family were dead a result of this desperado'! act. Later develop, inents prove that this Paste was purchased at DEMING'S DRUG STORE K. of P. BUILDING Livery, Feed and Sale Stable DRAY INC AND TRANSFER All Business Promptly Attended To PHONE IS OR 42 WM. H. DAVIES ST. HELENS, OREGON Prop. The Ford a great utility because it serves all the people. The popular choice, because it gives better service at a lower cost. Popular again, because it is simple and easily understood by everybody. And with all the refinements, it is still the same de pendable Ford, and sells for $60 less than last year besides the plan of sharing profits with the buyers. Buyers will share in profits if we sell at re tail 300,000 new Ford cars between August 1914 and August 1915. Independent Auto Garage ST. HELENS, OREGON St Helens Mill Co. Electric Lighting3 I (Saves Your Eyes) Steam Heating (Prolongs Your Lives) Lath Wood Lumber 1 I 4 1