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I ; ...n rnitWTV STATE A"" ' 4 Wtm.nt of Agriculture come., ( .ffttlt" ""!K,",t" t,,,lt 11 b n.-.nu.Io." 8....II.S t. U It LlMJd i'!",!,ad.lU" I" Webster's dlo but J')"' ll"lt ,ound 100 ,,cu,(,(l of mutilating uoor wi.ici, killed on tho North umpcua 11 " . . ....I t lia flllklu..,: uiwlmrc worn arrostod. Tho) l,,d30owli. In a cabin whers -r. iuvIiik the sum war L found suvurul wick filled wltl reulion. uf gisvennof Hulidon, clultni tin ploo Plymouth "oca nuu vi un . i... niKoiiilv lulil an oirt ke. l ' ' Lurlnf elKtit Inchus In clrcumfur Low way and lx and three artln Inclun l ouwr. "on i . .-- L.f.kf null Mr. RIlLVMIl It 'Kiuiiirai lnjrwurd for I'lymouins. idrt Johu Hull, newly Uected l0d oMtor of tlm I. O. O. K. lodge, jplcd novel tnimns of . getting iuewlmn ho arrived In Coqullle and Mi tha Irulii Kno. Ilo hired Ldctr d two Greek and helped rm pump tliu car 20 mlws to Marsh- :j is 1 hour nml ZU minuio. i nu nut much behind the schedul ,J by tlio local train. Tlit r'Uh mid (iumo appointment ,JeUt wet'k l.y tho governor were: jU) Oatnn Warden, A, II. Lea of rtUiod ; Mauler I-'IhIi Warden, K. K. uton, Portland; Htute Biologist. HUm t'lnli-y. Portland; Superln udrat of Klnli Hatcheries, appoint rat to b mudo Inter; Chluf Chirk ,ao Warden, I'. M. Ilrowo, llrownu- Tit 0,-W. It. & N. Co. announce! ,nontrurtlin work, entailing the pcndltttjfa f $100,000,000 will be jttUkon Im inort lately. It will lu- Umw term I n ul ructlltloa at Walla ilk, nvw (IIvIhIoii headquarter at il)ills, completion of tho Coyota ho cut-elf In eastern Oregon and UettabllahmPiit of anothur tormina! Pilot Hock Junction, noar Pcndlo- i. Tint the determination to have Ld roads In Washington county U T.dlnj wtf demonstrated by the ,;r nd aiithusliistla gathering of i sen held l.ut Tliumday at tha D. Ullr place on I ho Thatcher road In is lllllildo unction. It waa under unplrcs of the. Went Dulry Com reijl.Club, ninl In response to the iiiuilon of tho cluli, some seventy- men with their wive and dill- in mm and worked on tha road Ldlag to tlio 1I.HI1 fold Ktouo Quarry. A breach of prnnilHO Milt growing ft of a prnpunal by mall waa hegun tk circuit court of Llun county udayi iiko liy MUa A. O. 1 1 fit of Hon, O., who aak $10,000 duin- W from Arthur McDunlul of fDwwvlllo, Ore. Slio nllugea that cDDinlnl wrote hor proponing mar- ijo, and blx duyi hoforo the date Wt bo wan to appear at hor homo in Mo for tho wedding alio received a der myliiR ho hud 'changed Ilia mo. hum aaya her friondi knew of arriiiiBfiiiontd and that ahe has ptrej humlllutlon. Tlte (tnlo land board luat week ap- Muted W. U Pattoraon land agent V Btkor county, iuccoodlug C. H. fcCulloch; Thonuii II. Tongue, Jr.. l Koiit Waahlngton county, auc- Wlng Job,, m. Wall, and Arthur Hiiah. land ngunt of Multnomah Pnty, uc.:i-o.llng Warron B. Thorn- Goverimr Wllliycombo and State raumr Kuy voted for the chongoa, fWetary of Stnto Olcott opooalnc llCID. TIlU llmiril oii1,..pUa,1 tlm ml. ertUlng for 0 of 8000 croa of 00l land rnrontlv mirvovml In llina. m, Lako ami Mtilheur countlea. To provuut tho oroctlon and maln- "nunce of three flalm-an at nnlnta rWo It B uiioged they will Inter xn with the operation of elllnota and Hues, an notion was filed In tho clr- F court luat wook by the Sunborn- ""'lig ( oniimny. CI. n. Mnnrnn anil Nw other Klllmittora agulnat Qover- rT withycoinhe. II. K. CMitntnn. Mim- r Viu Warden j the members of the MlllA ri, j " oi i-isii commlaslonora. R- E. I'nrroll. As Circuit Judge "in waa not In the cilv. a temoo. 'l,y Injunction, aakod pending the ,lfarlnK of tlm .u. ..... i. wdw, wen tiai4iou u "niy jUlig0 i-orollua , . Attorney Oenornl llrnurn i,. ... pointed J. O. llulloy, aaHclat, fr the puat five yours with ti, uw rm or flutt 6. Plutt of I-ortland. second .ialatunt..I. II. Van Winkle ocruple, tho poultlon of first asalHtniit. ami Joseph Ilenjumln that of third uhkIH unt. The luat loKlKluture Increased me attorney generul's nuinl..p a.... Utles from two to three. h,.ii..v u gruduule of llurvnrd unlvorsliy, anil. prior to eiiKsKlng In pructlie In prt hind practlood In Rpokane. That business conditions In Uregon are Improving l ussorted l.y Htntc Hunk Buporlutiiiideiit BurKmit of auiem, who reported Wmlnusday oi. .he condition of tho bunks of tin itato at the close of IiusIiiush, May 1 I'ho report shows a gain In deposlti. dnce March 4, wheu the lust state moots were called, of t2.C90 47r.ni with a decrease In loans of $1,702, ivt.TU. Illlls pityul.ln n, roi,, counts hove been reduced fr.i . 932.81 and the reaervo amounts to 3i per cent of tho deposits. The Nut hum banks, sUico March 4, Imvo paid In siock assessments to tho Federal re sorvo hunk a totul of $139,784 .01. I1IDH WilNTIOK, Tho I. O. O. K. nt lloulton wll. recelvo bids up to June 6th, for pa poring with domiciling felt and eul clmlulng their hull. Kor further pur tlculura ciKjuIro of II. 11. Johnston at lloulton. M23-tf. NOTICK TO TK.(TIH. . Notice Is hereby given that sealed bids will he received h n. c. Court of Columbia County, Oregon, at win v oun nouso at HI. Helens, Ore gon, until 2:00 I. M., Juno 19th, HM, and then opened, for the con struction of a portion of the Perry Hoad In Itosd District No. 2, near lloulton. and also for Canaan ltosd In Hoad District No a, noar Deer Island. I'luns and SDecltlcat ions fire nn fllo and may be examined In the olhce ol the County Clerk. All bids shall be made on proposal forms to be obtain ed from the ottlce of tlio County Clerk or the County Koudinaster. Kuch bidder shall depoalt with hltt bid a cortlned cb eck for ftVH tu.r en... of the amount of his bid, which shall be forfeited to the County in case the award Is mudo to hi in and he shall rail, neglect or refuse for a period ol Ave days after such award Is made to enter Into a contract anil llln tin. required bond. The right Is reserved to reiect anv and all bids. A. K. UAIINETT, County Clerk. 24-2t. 81M.MOX8. Ill the Circuit Court of the State ol Oregon, for Columbia County. Charles W. Johnson, plaintiff, vs. Mary John son, defendant. To Mury Johnson, the above named defendant: In the name of the State of Oregon, you are hereby rouulret to appear and ans wer the coniplnint died against you In the above entitled court on or be fore the 17th duy of July, A. I) 1(16, which Is six weeks after the 4th day of June, A. I). 1916, the date orderod for the first publication of summons; and If you fail to so ap pear and answer, Tluliitlfr will apply to the court for the relief demanded In his complaint, to-wit: Kor a de cree dissolving tho bonds of matri mony heretofore and now existing between the plaintiff and defcudunt herein, and that plaintiff be decreed to be the owner of Lot 3 In Itlock 78, in the City of St. Helens, Columbia County, Oregon, freed from any claim of dofendaiit, and for such other and further relief as to the court may seem equitable and Just. This summons Is published by or der of tho Hon. A. L. ('lurk, Judge ol the County Court of Columbia Coun ty, State of Oregon, mado and enter ed on the 4th day of Juno, A.I). 1916. M. K. MII.I.EIt and W. A. IIAKHIS, Attorneys for 1'lalntlff. St. Helens, Oregon, first publication, June 4, 1916. Last publication, July 16, 1916. Roy Norton a r.. " . uuiiiiivi, aim udu. "UllOWS Of Looklllir ninaa l.iuf wnnk '"Ported oncountorlng, while riding "m Douglas in P.nr Ann n(v nn a Wi hi llrowster canyon, two cou r" """""Rod In deadly combat. The Jfios wro uot trlglltened Rt lhe "Mrs und Beemed aa Interested as . onlokers. The large cats fought ,or five to elehl n,in...o. ,m.i in t , out n' tl'om to scare theru away, giving no attention except a quick oolt from m.ni. -,i. .i. i.i ... -" . n.iuii viio nuuiu aln to tho fray. The highway , ' "truwn with fur, One cougar B'ly nmdo off down the road, w'.tlie "ucceasfui fighter dlsnppoared In niuorgrowtli, 1 ST. HELENS MIST, FRI DAY. TUNR ll. ms. ADMIXIHTUATOK'S NOTICK OV H.tl.K. I. tl,n f'niintv Court of tho State of Oregon, for Columbia County. In the mutter of the estate or frame a. swmffrnn ditpfmHed. Notice Is here by given that In pursuance of, and by virtue of, and ordor or mo v.ouiuy Court of the State of Oregon, for Co lumbia County, made on April 27, 1916, In the matter of the estute of Lvni a Humnirron. deceased, au thorizing the administrator thereof to sell all the real property of said es tate, at private sale, the undersigned, the administrator or asm eaii, win. from and after Saturday, me sru aay of July, A.D.1916, sell at private salo, to the hlgliost bidder for cash In gold coin of the U. 8., and subject to con firmation by sold County Court, and continuing said sale until all of said real property, or bo much thereof as Is necessary, to pay all claims, costs and expensos of administration of suld estate has been sold, all the right, title, Interest and estate of the suld Frank A. Swangren, deceased, at tho time of his death, and all the right, title and Interest that the said estate has since acquired by opera tion of law or otherwise, In and to the following doscrlbed real property lying and bolng In Columbia County, State of Oregon, to-wit: The south east quartor of he northwest quar ter of the southeast quarter of sec tion 81, township 7 north, rtinge 4 west of the Willamette mertdlan, in Columbia County, Oregon, Terms of salo: Cash In U. S. gold coin; 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 Ion L. II. nUTHERFOHD, Administrator of the estate of Frank A. Swangren, deceased. Dated nt St. Helens, Oregon, June 4 ' First publication June 4, 1916. Last publication July 2, 1916. ritoiUTK IMuh Mclioo otato. Notice Is 'jirel give,, that the underline "us he,.,, u,,otd executrix of the estate of ,Huluh c deJaOr t he ho County curt of the Htute of ' luml,l. County and baa n . , . . ,A" P"1'40"" tiaviiiK claims anulnst suld estate are hereby notified to present tho same to me at 1408 Yeon I.uIIiIIuk. Portland,- OroVon, with proper vouchers and duly verl heroof ' "IX n'0"11" from the dule Dated and first published May 7. l91B- DIANA WILKES, u. , . Executrix. Btupleton & Conloy, uttorneys. VOTK ll OK I I VAL KKTTLKMKNT. In the County Court of the State or Oregon, for Columhla County. In the mutter of the estute of Charles It. Jonos, doceased. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned adminis trator of the eatuto of Charles H Jones, deceased, has filed his final report mid urninni ,.r n.n .i ... .. . - - v. .na auuuuiniitt. Hon of suld estate and that Monday, the 21st day of Juno, 1916, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. of said day ut the Cminiv (',.,,-, ... . "m.v .uiF.,1 in ine ourt House In the city of St. Helens, " """ii i as uie time and place for lieurlllir Hlllll fin 1. 1 rm.n.1 . ... ntujuill. All persons Interested In said estate are ni.tlllxil tn ,,,...... ... ., UL BUIU 11111U Htid pluce and file objections, If any they have, to said filial report and account. T. J. FLIPPIN. Administrator. Dated this IKih ilv ..f mv imc M. K. Miller, Atty. Muy21-Junel8 same to be published in the St. Hel ens Mist, a newspaper of general cir culation, published at St. Helens, Co lumbia county, Oregon. 8WEEK & 811 ELTON and C. L. 8WEEK, Attorneys for Plaintiffs, of first publication, May 21, 1915. Date of last publication, July 2 1915 HIIMMMONS. KIMMOXH. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for the County of Columbia. Ida 11. Clark, Sura Morso, Jacob Heg ele, Thomas E. Crewoll, J. W. Saxton, rruiiK M. Ueorge, Fannie Ueorge, his wife, Henry Heizenreter und ChrlB- tlnn llulnenreter, his wife. Plaintiffs, vs. Tlio Unknown Heirs of Bchubel C. Achilles, W. II. Copeland, Mary D. Copelund, I. II. Copelund, Koy Cope lund, Dora Curnick, Joseph L. Cope lund and licnjamln H. Copeland, Mol lie Fuller, now Mrs. W. M. Law. and ull other persons unknown claiming uiiy Interest In the real property de scribed In PlulntilTs' complaint. De fendants. To the unknown heirs of Schubel ('. Achilles, W. H. Copeland, Koy Copeland, Dora Carnlck (o Kerr.lck) Joseph L. Copelund, Mollle Fuller (now Mrs. W. M. Law) and all other persons unknown claiming any inter est In the real property described In plaintiffs' complaint, and hereinafter described: In tlio name of the State of Oregon, you are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint tiled against you In the above entitled suit within six weeks from the date of the first publication of this summons, to wit: on or before the 2d day of July, 1916, and If you fail to so appear and answer the said complaint, for want thereof, the said plaintiffs will take decree and Judgment agalnBt you as prayed for in plaintiffs complaint, to wit: a decree of the above montioned court adjudging that the above nam ed plaintiffs are tho owners In fee .simple in severulty of the following descrlbod real property, to-wlt: be ginning at the southwest corner of the Schubel C. Achilles Donation Land Claim, being clulm No. 67, no tification number 4326, In Columbia county, State of Oregon, running thence east 40.26 ch ; thence south 34 ch.: thence south (12 degreeB east along the north boundnry line of the said Schubel C. Achilles Donation Lund Claim to the northwest corner of the land deeded to Joseph L. and Ilenjumln H. Copeland, being deed recorded In Itook X at page 449, Rec ord s of Deeds of Bald Columbia coun ty, Oregon; thence south 28 degrees west following the western boundary line of the said Joseph L. and Benja min It. Copelund land to the northeast corner of a tract of land deeded to Elmer Miller by deed recorded In Hook X at page C23 of the Records of Deeds of Columbia county, Oregon; thence south 31 degrees 4 6 minutes went 40 rods more or less, to the southern boundary line of the said Schubel C. Achilles Donation Land Clulm: theuce north 62 degrees along tlio southorn boundary line of the Schubel C. Achilles Donation Land Claim to the southwest cornor of the suld Schubel C. Achillea Donation Loud Clulm; thence north along the west boundary line of Uie said Achil les Donation Lund Claim to the pluce of beginning, all in Columbia county, State of Oregon, except a tract of land bounded and described as fol lows, to-wlt: Beginning at the south west corner of the land heretofore conveyed to Henry Helzonreter and Christina Heizenreter, his wife, by deed recorded at page 441 of Book 16 of the Records of Doeds of Columbia county, Oregon; thence north along the eiiBtorn boundary line of said land of Henry and Christina Helzonreter to the south boundary line or the lana ennvoved to J. S. Millard by deed re corded at page 174 in Book "O" of the Records of Deeds of Columbia county, Oregon; thence easterly along tha south boundary line or. ine suio J. S. Millard lund to the northwest cornor of the tract of land conveyed to A. M. Clnrk by deed recorded at page 391 of Book 7 of Records of Deeds of Columbia county, Oregon; thonco southerly along the west boundary line of the said A. M. Clark truct of lnnd to the southern hnundary line of the Schubel C. Achilles Donation Land Claim, being claim No. 67. notification No. 4326, in Columbia county, Oregon; thence westerly along the southern boundary line of the said Schubel C. AclilllOB Donation Land Claim to the place of beginning. (The above description In an exact description of the land sot forth In plaintiffs' complaint but 1b a shortened description of the same). And that the title of the Bald plaintiffs he forever quieted and that the abovo named defendants be ad judged fo have no right, title, Interest r estate In or to the Bald real prop erty and for such other and further relief ns to the court may soem equit able. This summons is published by virtue of an order of the above en titled court mode and entered on the 16tU day of May, 1916, directing the In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Columbia County. Emma Hunigardner, plulntiff, vs. James Bumgardnor, 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 iniwor aalil ran., ...It on or before the 3d day of July, 1916, ior want inereor the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief pray ed for In his complaint, to-wlt: a decree herein award I nr nlulntlflP on absolute divorce from said defendant on the grounds of desertion, that she ue restored to her former name, Em ma Vassaw. and for anch ntliar ...! further relief as the court may deem uiuuv anu equuaoie. This summons Is published In pur suance of an order of Hon. J. A. Eakin, Judge of the above entitled court made and enterprt nn ti.o 10th day of May, 1916, and time pre scribed for publication thereof la six weeks, beginning with the issue of may n, iit, ana continuing each week thereafter In and Inpl.iHInv iha Issue of Ju)y 2, 1916. W. L. COOPER, """rut; ior riainun, 926 Chamber of nommnrra Port land, Oregon. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Columbia County. Lucy A. Wharton, plaintiff, vs. R. J. Horn and Paulina Horn, defendants. No tice is hereby given, that under and by virtue of an execution and order of sale issued out of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Columbia county, on the 18th day of May, 1916, under and in pursuance of a Judgment, order and decree of fore closure made and entered in said Court on the 13th day of May, 1916, in a suit to foreclose a certain mort gage wherein the plaintiff, Lucy A. Wharton, recovered Judgment and decree against the defendants, R. J. Horn and Paulina Horn, in the sum of $400.00, with interest at the rate of ten per cent per annum from De cember 16, 1912, for $60.00 attor ney's fees, for $18.20 costs of suit, for $6.06 taxes paid by plaintiff, and for the further sum of $3.00 insur ance paid by plaintiff under the terms of suld mortgage, and forever barr ing and foreclosing each of said de fendants and all persons claiming under them, or either of them, subse quent to the execution of the - said mortgage, to-wlt: December 16, 1911, ot ait right, title, estate claim or in terest, in the hereinafter described premises, and requiring me to make sale of the following described real property situated in Columbia county, uregon, to satisfy the above amounts, to-wlt: lot numbered 12, in block numbered 1, in Columbia Park, Co lumbia county, Oregon. I will there fore, on Saturday, the 19th day ot June, 1916, at the hour of 11 o'clock In the forenoon ot said day, at the front door of the Court House, in- the city of St. Helens, in Columbia coun ty, Oregon, sell at public auction, subject to redemption, to the highest bidder, for cash, In lawful money of the United States, all the right, title and Interest the said defendants have, or either of them has, or had at the date of the execution of said mort- HIIKRIKF'H HALE. LODGES Kiwanda Tribe No. 63, Improved Order of Redmen, meets second and fourth Thursdays of each month in K. of P. hall, St. Helena. Visiting brethren welcome. E. I. BALLAGH, C. of R. St. Helens Rebekah Lodge, No. 217, meets first and third Thursday of each month in I. O. O. F. Hall. Visiting members always welcome. ORA BENNETT, Sec. Houlton Circle No. 478, Women of Woodcraft, meets the second and fourth Tuesday afternoon of each month at Houlton, Oregon. AGNES DIXON. O. 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 ot each month. Sojourn ing Patriarchs most cordially Invited to meet with us CHAS. M. BEELER, C. P. C. W. BLAKESLEY, Scribe. gage, to-wlt: December 16, 1911, in and to the real property above de scribed, to satisfy said execution and order of sale, together with interest and accruing costs. Dated at St. Helens, Columbia county, Oregon, this 21st day of May, A. D. 1916. E. C. STAN WOOD, Sheriff of Columbia county, Oregon. FlrBt publication, May 21, 1916. Last publication, June 18, 1916. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an execution in fore closure duly Issued by the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the County of Columbia, State of Oregon, dated the 20th day of May, 1916, in a certain action in the Circuit Court for said County and State, wherein Amelia Duncan as plaintiff recovered judg ment against Dela B. Howard for the sum of five hundred ($600) dollars, with Interest thereon at eight per cent per annum from the 1st day of October, 1912, until paid; and the further sum of six hundred ($600) dollars, with Interest thereon at eight (8) per cent per annum, from the 19th day of November, 1912, until paid; and the further sum of one hundred and ten ($110) dollars at torney's fees in this suit, and the costs and disbursements of this ac tion, taxed at $27.25, commanding me to make sale of the following de scribed real property, to-wlt: The south half (S ) of the south east quarter (8E4) and the south half (S) of the southwest quarter (SW14) of section eleven (11), in township four (4) north of range five (6) west of the Willamette meri dian, Columbia county, State of Oregon. Now, therefore, by virtue of said execution, judgment order, decree and order of sale and in com pliance with the commands of said writ, I will on Saturday, the 19th day of June, -1916, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the front door of the County Court House in St. Helens, Columbia coun ty, Oregon, sell at public auc tion, subject to redemption, to the highest bidder for cash in hand, all the right, title and interest which the within named defendant had on the 1st day of April, 1910, or which he has since that date acquired in and to the above-described premises, to satisfy said execution, judgment order and decree, interest, costs and accruing costs. E. C. STANWOOD, Sheriff of Columbia County, Oregon. Dated this 20th day of May, 1916. First issue, May 21st, 1916. Last issue, June 18th, 1916. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed execu tors of the estate of A. P. McLaren, deceased, by the County Court of the State of Oregon for Columbia County and have qualified. All persons hav ing claims against said estate are hereby notified to present the same to us at Rainier Pharmacy, Rainier, Oregon, with proper vouchers and duly verified, within six months from the date hereof. Dated and first published May 21, 1915. E. II. JOSEPH, J. F. ROTH, Executors. HOUSE FOR RENT. Large six-room house, close in; big yard and orchard. Columbia County Abstract Co., St. HelenB. ' Apr. 23-tf. MONEY TO LOAN. Have some money which we can place on improved real estate. ST. HELENS ABSTRACT CO. Room 19, Bank Bldg. GENTS FURNISHINGS CLOTHING, SHOES HATS AND CAPS FOR SPRING WEAR DRY .GOODS FURNITURE H MORGUS & SON "QUALITY, QUANTITY, PRICE." HAR.DWA RE Complete Stock of Heavy and Shelf Goods SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, SCREEN DOORS Farm Implements MUCKLE HARDWARE CO. ST. HELENS, OREGON Avon Lodge No. 62 Knights ot Pythias meets every Tuesday even ing in Castle Hall, St. Helens. Vis iting Knlglita always welcome. S. R. SONNELAND, C. C. . M. E. MILLER, K. of R. S. A St. Helens Lodge No. S try A. F. & A. M. meets 1st r 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. Z Vv.sr' No 117. I. O. O. F, the second and fourth Saturdays ot each month, visiting members are al ways given a hearty welcome. JESSE LANSING, N. G. C. W. BLAKESLEY, Seo. Mlzpah Chapter O. E. S. Meets in Masonic Hall the second and fourth Saturdays of each month. IRENE M. DAY, W. M. E. A. ROTGER, Secretary. Ttllicum Tribe No. 62, Improved O. R. M., ot Yankton, Ore., meets at Its wigwam, second and fourth Sat urdays of each month. W. O. BRANNON, C. of R, EBER BROWN, Sach. EUROPEAN PLAN AMERICAN PLAN EVERYTHING MODERN AT THE ST. HELENS HOTEL J. GEORGE, Proprietor Aa BUSSES CALL AT HOTEL RATES $1.00 AND UP SPECIAL RATES TO REGULAR BOARDERS North Bank Rail 26 Hours' Ocean Sail TO SAN FRANCISCO Palatial 6-Deck, Triple-Screw, 24-Knot SS. 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