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now concrelo Ju.ll U to be built 'tt'rMUlrovo l planning to hiHtull Albny l ondoavorliiK to secure . u,nwiiillltJ caimorj. ffarreiiton hua Jt Installed a mow ........... filiinf. mil HUWWi v fn I.HVI la In , built t Oregon "'J' North I)"'"' ' Pl'nln throe .., i-j cunt 126,000. Mllwouklo la to expend $4 0,001 , BiuulclpiU water pmin. l'ortliil up'"" .. . ... Hm fliv election. M Eugeuo uroom luciury ia u . . ....... lu tir.tnin handlna. fcjjiurtciuru - j.Y districts ai onuamo mi . . .1 .1. ir.tii.ti lllvli flf.litifil L to eun "'" " " Tlio Comity Court at uregon i.uj ;a, fecided to Install a largo grave. liant. " . . Ono Coot y contract ror a 000 rond from North Ilnn.1 to Km Pendleton In won to pave n Lk of bltiilltlilo on gravel ihoul it galoni lm built a modern basobal. ,rk with free bleachers for inial! Tb llentnii county Highway rrom ,oroe via Corvsllli to Albany, It ba oiled. About 1.250.OOO pound of wool If . , . i .. . 1. 1 . i i iuf onerou ior sum mn milllla county. Nineteen luw students received ll lnu from the Willamette. Unlvor- I) ui ween. The now Smith-Power, logging I nip it Miirslifield la turning out L.000 foot dally. The I'aclnc Coast Pipe Company Shuttle bus been looking over War Dion for a plunl location. Th fsmous Liberty Hell will atop Salem for thirty minute on July i, tnroute to the Exposition. Cowboy In Wheeler county are Luring the range for rabid coyote J killing them iu largo numbers. Sewi come from Pendleton that Uiof wlnum are dying at the Uma- llt river flxh ladder, unablo to get iff. The Southern Paclllo Company at ngene, tin Blurted rebuilding the lllamctto river highway with 40 o oo the Jon. Ualng 17000 a month from Jitney mpetltlon hus forced tlio street of Salem to one-man pay-as-you-fcter crews and dower aervtce. Tlit Iron water pipe Industry at wto hui been unfavorably ar ktnl by the reduction of $6.00 per in freight rules from the east. At request of the Ministerial Asso- itlon of Medfonl, the local achool tsrd iro coUHldorliig the queatlon of pplylng the pupil of the public liooli with hlhle. The Round-up and Hone Show at 'Ulummh on Friday and Saturday t was a hugo success. Great uodi of visitor gathered ouch Wy id enjoyed the many lively feature the occasion. Cbarlcs Hunter Hamlin, aged 80 fan, in Oregon pioneer of '48, died hit ion' homo at La Center, uh., on May 3. He wa the engln- pr of the firnt boat which navigated o Oregon City. Tlio Iiepurtmeiit of Labor, through P. llonhum, who I connected with it department of the government, In Hood Itlver valley personally Mrvlslug the work of supplying itrawherry growers with picker M packer under government dlrec- President Oilman of the Hill lino iJied it Cottage Grove that the com ply Is conducting a aerie of ob- "alloni nnd making surveys at lr Lake, 76 miles up the McKen- and will eventually construct msnm power projects thore, but "Hi time there I no movement to tin the actual construction. HUalaw on last Frldnv ivn In liar l(ry celebrating the coming of the '"road and the appearance of a lo cative and a heavy steel train lllch ko tho silent hills and MJe glad the many long expectant iria with Kg rumble and roar. It M tlio day of days In the 8lulaw. Arrangement am lmut mmnlnt- 1 by the officials of tha Oraa'nn Ai- lc"llurul College for sending the pn Orogon boys and girls who won ro trips to the Panama-Panlne Ex- r"'llon. Bunnrlnlnnilanf II r.. pmour and wlfo of Polk county. L "avo Hiipervislon of the party for " 'WO weeks' .taw. Tl.ov rt UlO middle nf Jnna T"e O.-W. n. & N. ComDan will "Oimnnce work nn .i.nn. . " Dtt'la June 1. The work will r ruahou" to comnletlon. Tha com. W nronnun. A - k. vw noiiu m iui.ni v r ,uuo for improvements there. f 8 now division terminals will be r ll In the eastern end of the city, r " and mi.in-H M..t.un fhoP8, Iftrirn ai u ttA li w asivul U Ml lJ yJ f t and Rtororoom, and two mllos r ""UUIonul yarn i-.. . - .. . . w -- puctea, The Portland Gas and Coko Com , pany I soaking a franchise at Mil- , wauKio, tm..i.... .. . . vacuum county Mas a $10,000 damago suit growing out of a Jitney MUUIUUUI, The minimum wogo bus been llxod at IJ.OU per day at Portland and .uu at Halcm. Under the new law pluntM buying cronin on butterfal basis mum take out a stale license. Oil. A ... . . t ... . .iu Asiimuu iiign School will graduute 39 Mtudont on May 27, the mrgost ciuss In Its history. " comes rrom Creswell that ho paint minus locuted Just oust of hero are to bo developed soon. v-iucHttmus, liludstono, Jennings .odgo and 1'ark Place voted lust veok for a Union High School. Hood river strawberry grower are .ulte optimistic and predict a good torn this leason. The flrHt cur was .hipped east. The Juckson County Creamery ut nourora ha leased the Woluhard eer aud tco depot und will Install . modern creamery. ff.l. . K. .... i no normal Hchool nt Monmouth to build and e.iilp a $50,000 truln ii g school all of Oregon muterlals mil manufacture. The now plant of the llnlhiy Mills 'o m pany nt Wlmeler will begin work .uoui juiy i. spruce box lumber Is J be the present output. The I. (). O. V. grund lodgo In .esslun at Newport lust week voted hat Hosuburg bo the meeting place or the convention next year. Pacific University hold ihelr soc nd annual Muy fostlvul Friday. The ccuslon was a Hplendld success, drowning tho nuoou and festivul ong closed tho celebration. Hio Forest Service has Just com pleted the work on tho lurgem single blunting project over undertaken In ho Northwest, approximately one .housand acre having been covered hi spring on Mt. Hobo In Tillamook county. On the Invitation of the president jf the Hukor County Ilumuno Society, the animal trainer of the llarues' wild animal circus attended the linker hurcho Sunduy when humunlly day as observed. Muny of the perform- 3r wore asked to speak in so mo of tho pulpit. K. Btockwoll of tho Clatskanle State Hank, died May 22. Ho had been In falling health for a long time, tuberculosis being the cause of. his death. HI parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. II. Btockwoll, Sr., and one brother, C. II. Stock well, Jr., resldo there. being associated in the banking bust- no. Hi wife survive. Action for damage In the sum of $10,000 on account of Injury to per son alleged to have been occasioned by reason of a fall, caused by being frightened by a blast set off by the defendant near the home of the plaintiff, wa brough by Sophia Sal Iml against tho Columbia & Nehulem River It. II. In the Circuit Court at ClntHkanle. W. J. Messenger of Cottage Grove, I the owner of a Jersey cow that give milk testing 8 per cent butter fat and I said to be one of the rich est milk producor In the country. It I claimed that not one cow In 6000 ever give milk making this high tet. The milk from the cow, he assorts never goos below 6 per cent. The animal produces about 24 pounds of milk a day. Eugono HoglBter: The architect ural plans of a 12-year-old school boy may be accepted by the Dunn school board for additions to the chool, located south of Eugeno, The boy Is Palmer Young, son of A. E. Young, a Eugone dentist, and attonds tha sovonth trade school. Several other pluns have been submitted by Eugene architect. The addition consist of three room, a hall, cloak room, lavatories and on entrance. A bulky package loft the Unl vorslty of Oregon a fow days ago via parcel post addressed to Hoger E. Pino, No. 27673 San Quentln prison, Calif. The prisoner had made request by a letter to the department of geology at 8alom for books and literature to assist blm In a study or that science. His letter was forward ed to the university and Dr. W. D. Smith of the geological department mulled the books. Tho first Indications of real oil at the Central Orogon Oil & Ons Com pany's well at nurns, appeared Wed nesday when a greasy scum spread nvnr the wator. The well Is down 1660 feet: the firat 400 feet Is of 10 inch casing, the next 400 foot Is of elBht-lnnh casing andthe remaining 1760 feet is of six-Inch cosing. The drill Is 260 foet In a blue shale which cakes on the drill like hoavy thick clay. It 1 necessary to force long nieces of wire cable down the well to keep the drill from sticking in the shale. Six men operate tne arm With these, the manager and two ,n,n made un the little colony which lived at the woll all wlntor and drlllod continually without a visitor and their nearest neighbor three miles distant. Because of the great distance to wood of any kind It Is necessary to burn sagebrush. Tole- grara. ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. MAY 28, 1915. I'lUHMTH funltili jf..li.. ...... esinte. Not ce Is orhy given that the undersigned bus boo,, npolnted executrix of the " ui iimmii mcuee, deceased, by - - .,, ,,uun CI tll0 Btat f Oregon for Columbia County nnd has qua lllod. All person, haviHg clali" -.....,. .u.u Hsiuie are Hereby notified u prosent the same to me at 1400 Yenn liulldlng, Portland,- Oregon, with proper vouchers and duly yp. hereo "lX manthn fro,n tl18 aute Dated and first published May 7. 1915- DIANA WILKES, , , . Executrix. Stuploton & Conloy, attorneys. NOTIC E OK UNA l, KETT MOMENT. In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Columbia County. In the mutter of the estate of Charles II. Jones, deceased. Notice Is hereby glvon that tho undersigned adminis trator of the estato of Charlcg H Jones, deceased, hag filed big final report and account of the administra tion of said estate and that Monday, the 21st day of June, 1915, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. of said day at the County Court room in the Court House In the city of St. Helen, has been set as the time and place for hearing said final report and account. All persons Interested in said estate are notified to appear at said time and place and Hie objections, If any they have, to said final report and account. T. J. KLIPl'IN, Administrator. Dated this 18th day of May, 1916. M. E. Miller, Atty. May2l-Junel8 same to be published in the St. Hel ens Mist, a newspaper of general cir culation, published at St. Helen, Co lumbia county, Oregon. SWEEK & 8H ELTON and C. L. SWEEK, Attorney for Plaintiff. Date of first publication, May 21, 1916. Date of last publication, July 2, 1916. ADMIN1HTKATOICH HALK. NOTICE OF In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Columbia County. In the matter of the estate of Frank A. Swangren, deceased. Notice Is here by given that in pursuance of, and by virtue of, an order of the County Court of. the State of Oregon, for Co lumbia County, made on April 27, 1915, in the matter of the estate of Frank A. Swangren, deceased, au thorizing the administrator thereof to sell all the real property of said es tate, at private sale, the undersigned, the administrator of said estate will, from and after Saturday, the 27th day NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE. ! 1911, the date of the mortgage here- I In foreclosed, or which he has since In the Circuit Court of the State of tnat dato acquired In and to the Oregon, for Columbia County, above described premises, to satisfy George A. Hartman plaintiff, vs. M. ia,(1 execution, judgment order and J. Kinney, defendant. Notice Is decree, interest, costs and accruing hereby given that by virtue of an C0Bt- E. C. STANWOOD, execution, judgment order, decree Sheriff of Columbia County, Oregon, and order of sale Issued out of the Dated this 26th day of April, 1916. above entitled court in the above en-' Flr8t Issue, 30th day of April, titled cause, to me directed, and 1915- dated the 26th day of April 1916,1 LaBt Issue, 28th day of May, 1916. upon a judgment and decree render- ed and entered in said Court on the NOTICE. 8th day of March, 1916, In favor of the plaintiff, George A. Hartman, and In the matter of the application of against the defendant, M. J. Kinney, 0eo- Brinn, for a license to sell for the sum of $7806.78. with inter- spirituous, malt and vinous liquors. est thereon at the rate of ten per cent To whom it may concern: Take no per annum from the said 8th day of tlce- that I, the undersigned, have March, 1916, and for the further sum file1 my application with the City of $16.26, costs and disbursements Council of the city of St. Helens, Ore and the cost of and upon this writ, Son, on May 14, for a license to sell commanding me to make sale of the spirituous, malt and vinous liquors following described real property, to- ln the so-called H. Morgus building, wit: The northwest quarter (NW) situated on lot 15 of block 10 of the of section nineteen (19); the north clt of st- Helens, Oregon, said 11 halt (N) and the southwest quar- cense to be for a term of six months ter (SWI4I of the southwest auar- from the 28th day of May, 1916, and ivih HUU niLDI OIILUIUIIT. LIIM -llll I HV . . . - a i , . , a. of May AD 1916 sell at nrlvVtaaaie ter 8W of section nineteen (19), saio. application win De neara, gram . . i".1.0' Be" al Prlyate sale.l Ih. ... . ert - rBffid hv tha r nnnnnll nr HC.MMON8. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for the County of Columbia. Ida it. ( lurk, Sara Monte. Jacob Hea- ele, Thomas E. Grewell, J. W. Saxton, itbiik M. lieorge, Fannie George, his wife, Henry Helzenretor and Chris tina llelzcnretor, his wire, Plaintiffs, vs. The Unknown Heirs of Scbubel'c. Achilles, W. II. Copeland, Mary D. Copolaud, I. II. Copeland, Hoy Cope lund, Dora Carnlck, Joseph L. Cope land and ilcnjamln It. Copeland. Mol lis Fuller, now Mrs. W. M. Law, and all other persons unknown claiming any Interest tn the reul property de scribed in Plulntlffs' complaint, De fendants. To the unknown heirs of Schubel C. Achilles, W. II. Copeland, Hoy Copeland, Dora Carnlck (or Kernlck) Joseph L. Copeland, Mollle Fuller (now Mrs. W. M. Law) and all other persons unknown claiming any inter est In the real properly described in plaintiffs' complaint, and hereinafter described : In the name of the State of Oregon, you are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed against you ln the above entitled suit within six weeks from the date of the first publication of this summons, to wlt: ou or before the 2d day of July, 1916, and If you fall to so appear and snswor the said complaint, for want thereof, the said plaintiffs will take decree and Judgment against you as prayed for in plaintiffs complaint, to wlt: a decree of the above mentioned court adjudging that the above nam ed planning are mo owners in tee slmplo in severalty of the following described real property, to-wlt: Be ginning at the southwest corner of the Schubel C. Achilles Donation Land Claim, being claim No. 67, no tification number 4325, In Columbia county, State of Oregon, running thence east 40.26 ch ; thence south 34 ch.: thence south 62 degrees east along the north boundary line of the said Schubel C. Achilles Donation Land Claim to the northwest corner of the land deeded to Joseph L. and Uenjamln H. Copeland, being deed recorded In Book X at page 44 9, Rec ords of Deeds of said Columbia coun ty, Oregon; thence south 28 degrees west following the westorn boundary line of tho said Joseph L. and Benja min It. Copeland land to the northeast corner of a tract of lantl deeded, to Elmer Miller hy deed recorded ln Book X at page 623 of the Records of Deeds of Columbia county, Oregon; thence south 31 degreeg 46 minutes west 40 rods more or less, to the southern boundary line of the said Schubel C. Achilles Donation Land Claim; thence north 62 degrees along tho southern boundary line of the Schubel C. Achilles Donation Land Claim to the southwest corner of the suid Schubel C. Achilles Donation Land Claim: thence north along the west boundary line of the said Achil les Donation Land Claim to the place of beginning, all in Columbia county, State of Oregon, except a tract of land boundod and described as iol lows, to-wit: Beginning at the south west corner or the land nereioiore eonveved to Henry Heizenreter and Christina Heizenreter, his wife, by deed recorded at page 441 of Book 16 of the Records of Deeds of Columbia count v. Orecon: thence north along tha eastern boundary line of suid land of Henry and Christina Heizenreter to the south boundary line or. tne iana rnnvevnd to J. 8. Millard by deed re corded at page 174 in Book "O" of tha Uncords of Deeds or i:oiumma county, Oregon; thence easterly along tha south boundary line 01 me sum J 8. Millard land to the northwest corner of the tract of land conveyed tn a. M. Clark by deed recorded at poge 391 of Book 7 or Kecoras oi Deeds of Columbia county. Oregon; timnca southerly along the west boundary line of the said A. M Clark tract of land to the southern hnnnilarv line of the Schubel C. Achilles Donation Land Claim, being Pialm No. 67. notlflcotlon No. 4326, in Columbia county, Oregon; thence westerly along the southern boundary line of the said Schubel C. Achilles Donation Land Claim to the place of beginning. (The above degcrlptlon la an exact description of the land sot forth ln plaintiffs complaint but la a shortened description of the -nmai. And that the title of the Bald Dluintiffs be forever quieted and that the above nameu ubiouuuhib m u Judgod to have no right, title, interest nr AHtate in or to the said real prop erty and for such other and further relief na to tne court may seem equit able. This summons Is published by virtue of an order of the above en titled court made and entered on the 15th day of May, 1915, directing the to the highest bidder for cash ln gold, .ne eaBt nalr (K Bna tne coin of the U. 8., and subject to con- 80Uthwest uter (8W) of the firmaiinn hv ai r,,lT,- ?a north west quarter (NW) of sec- continuing said sale until all of saidM0 w!n,tr:nlne.i29.) : aU ,n t07.n; real property, or so much thereof as1 ihiPt fiv,e "?,rth f, rage ne Is necessary to pay all claims, costs'1 'the Willamette Meridian, ln and expense, of administration or Columbia county. State of Oregon, nii aetata ha. u .11 .i..1 containing 400 acres, more or less. right, title, interest r.nd estate of the No.w' tbTe- virtue of said exe- sald Frank A. Swangren, deceased,1 "u"""' jb"i". uruer, uecree ana at the time of his death, and all the ?,rder of 8al an? In compliance with right.tltle and Interest that the said .'T'ihi'oo!"1 Wr.V WiL? estate has since acquired by opera- Saturdoy. the 29th day of May, 1915, tlon of law or otherwise, In and to' aJ l 0 ock - at front dor the following described real pioperty, ? ,the bounty Court Houae In St. lying and being ln Columbia County,! Helens, Columbia county, Oregon, State of Oregon, to-wit: The south-! elX Public auction, subject to re east quarter of the northwest quar- demPt,n. to the highest bidder for ter of the southeast quarter of sec- fa.811 int ha"d: alJ tne, ?ht- title and tlon 31, township 7 north, range 4!intees wh'ch tna wltWn named de west of the Willamette meridian, inl Iendant bad on the 12th day of May, ed or refused by the City Council, on Monday, May 24, 1916, at 7:30 o'clock In the evening of said day, ln the council chambers of the city hall, and to which application remonstran ces may be filed with the Recorder of said city, under and pursuant to Or dinance No. 160, of said city of St. -Helens, Oregon, and under which said ordinance this application Is made. Dated at St. Helens, Oregon, this 14th day of May, 1916. GEO. A. BRINN, Applicant. HOUSE FOR RENT. Large six-room house, close in; big yard and orchard. Columbia County Abstract Co., St. Helens. Apr. 23-tf. Columbia County, Oregon. Terms of sale: Cash in U. S. goldVoin; ten per cent to accompany bid, and balance on confirmation of sale by said Coun ty Court. All bids to be directed to the undersigned, at St. Helens, Ore gon. L. R., RUTHERFORD, Administrator of the estate of Frank A. Swangren, deceased. Dated at St. Helens. Oregon. AdHI 30, 1916. First publication April 30, 1915 Last publication May 28, 1916. Apr. 30-May 28. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Columbia County. Emms Bumgardner, plaintiff, vs. James Bumgardner, defendant. To James Bumgardner, above named defend ant: In the name of the State of Ore gon, you are hereby required to ap pear and answer the complaint filed against you in the above entitled suit within six weeks from the 21st day of May, 1916, the date of the first publication of this summons, and if you full to answer said cause of suit on or before the 3d day of July, 1916, for want thereof the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief pray ed for in his complaint, to-wlt: a decree herein awarding plaintiff an absolute divorce from said defendant on the grounds of deaertlon, that she be restored to her former name, Em ma Vassaw, and for such other and further relief as the court may deem meet and equitable. This summons Ib published in pur suance of an order of Hon. J. A. Eakin, Judge of the above entitled court made and entered on the 18th day of May, 1915, and time pre scribed for publication thereof Is six weeks, beginning with the Issue of May 21, 1915, and continuing each week thereafter to and including the issue of July 2, 1916. W. L. COOPER, Attorney for Plaintiff, 926 Chamber of Commerce, Port land, Oregon. SUMMMONS. LODGES KIwanda Tribe No. 63, Improved Order of Redmen, meetB second and fourth Thursdays of each month ln K. of P. hall, St. Helens. Visiting brethren welcome. E. I. BALLAGH, C. of R. GENTS FURNISHINGS CLOTHING, SHOES HATS AND CAPS FOR SPRING WEAR DRY GOODS, FURNITURE H. MORGUS & SON "QUALITY, QUANTITY, PRICE." HARDWA RE Complete Stock of Heavy and Shelf Goods SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, SCREEN DOORS Farm Implements MUCKLE HARDWARE CO. .ST. HELENS, OREGON . St. Helens Rebekah Lodge, No. 217. meets first and third Thursday of each month in I. O. O. F. Hall. Visiting members always welcome. MRS. ELLA ALLEN, N. G. OHA BENNETT, Sec. Houlton Circle No. 478, Women of Woodcraft, meets the second and fourth Tuesday afternoon of each month at Houlton, Oregon. AGNES DIXON, G. N. ANNA RICHARDSON, Clerk. Columbia Encampment, No. 77, I. O. O. F. meets in the I. O. O. F. Hall, on the second and fourth Thursday of each month. Sojourn ing Patriarchs most cordially invited to meet with us CUAS. M. BEELER, C. P. C. W. BLAKESLEY, Scribe. Avon Lodge No. 62 Knights of Pythias meets every Tuesday even' lng in Castle Hall, St. HelenB. Vis iting Knights always welcome. 8. R. SONNELAND, C. C. M. E. MILLER. K. of R. S. St. Helens Lodge No. 82, A. F. & A. M. meets 1st and 3rd Saturday in each month. Visiting brothers cordially welcomed. EDWIN ROSS, Master. E. E. QUICK, Secretary. St. Helens Lodge O. F. building, on meets in the I O. No 117. I. O. O. F, the second and fourth Saturdays of each month, vtsitlng members are al ways given a hearty welcome. JESSE LANSING, N. G. C. W. BLAKESLEY, Seo. Mizpah Chapter O. E. S. Meets ln Masonic Hall the second and fourth Saturdays of each month. IRENE M. DAY, W. M. E. A. ROTGER, Secretary. Tllllcum Tribe No. 62, Improved O. R. M., of Yankton, Ore., meets at its wigwam, second and fourth Sat urdays of each month. W. G. BRANNON, C. of R, EBER BROWN, Sach, EUROPEAN PLAN AMERICAN PLAN EVERYTHING MODERN AT THE ST. HELENS HOTEL J. GEORGE, Proprietor ALL BUSSES CALL AT HOTEL RATES $1.00 AND UP SPECIAL RATES TO REGULAR BOARDERS Same time and rates to California as all Rail. Fores include Meals and Berths at Sea. DeLuxe Tours to CALIFORNIA EXPOSITION Via THE NORTH BANK ROAD and the triple screw, Six Deck PALACE OF THE PACIRC S. S. NORTHERN PACIFIC SOUTHBOUND SAILINGS APRIL 17, 21, 25, 29-MAY 3, 7, 11, 15. Special Steamer Train leaves Portland 0:00 A. M. Arrives Flavel 12: SO Luncheon Aboard Ship. S.S. Arrives San Francisco 8:30 P. M. Next Day. Round Trip Fares to San Francisco FROM HOULTON, THIRTY DAY LIMIT $30.00 FROM HOULTON, NINETY DAY LIMIT $32.50 Particulars of Agents of Spokane, Portland & Seattle, Oregon Electric, Oregon Trunk, or (Ireat Northern or Northern Pacific Rys. R, 0. CROZ3ER, A. G. P. A., Portland, Ore. J. O. DIVEN8, Agent, Houlton, Ore.