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r - .ultiimltiir 'ftlem " " '1- till r.r.A world mm promo- -- I In 1014. r-owniwil Is oil at Cnuby to P'K .. ill I. own a frllfl 1IIII. ooi (ver - - ........... ,,,,1 iwlmniing pmii. ,-oBtructl of J'"l' tllc will lie-In tlilH season. r. ,i..n.lii syndicate Py 760,- L (or timber land In Lincoln coun ts Eugene Woolen mill roHumoi rutloii after u snuiuown lor r- According t reports, truliu will ruunlim l ( """ m JHnuulv it. . . . . rh wagon romi to Aisoa connoci- L Eugene will' Florence, will soon completed. Tii voters of Oregon uro going to Mkcd to vote 110,000,009 bonus rood rouil". Ground I'"1" lrokon for the L 50,000 IiiiIIiIIiik at Monmouth mill K'hool. A contrud bus been lot for the 4(t Kork bridge across the Wll- irtlo, nwir Eugene. It it pluniH'il to mid about 7000 rot to the Kluiiiutli reclamation ,rk lhl yeAr. Vwt acreage of linavor dum land icing lniirovuil north of Salem by M drainage ditch. Tin Warren Construction Co. have tired a cunt nil-1 to pave Virginia ,.Duo In Nor III lli'inl. let Angelim firm purchases Eu- !tt llrlik Co , nnd will make high do bullilliiK oihI Are brick. li idilliluii to regular trafflo the P. Co. cut 30 extra train, of rlnern over t ho linn In 27 houra. The Oregon Agricultural College ill loganberry Julco to tho fair to it to vlhllorn nl the Oregon build- A bow-faring omlock haa boon lu- . mm ii no kiivh win revolutionize Kendall HroH. announce actual j i, i. .. .,, , . Henry Struikmcler, 33 years a .lili.nl lit t,,.. ll'lll,......,!,. w.ll.... ....... i.i ..... i iiiniimiia .,., nan ever Hi'i'ii X contract Iiur been lot for the i-niuii nun in cnnoaiiR or ma inery fur the now Kendall Uroi PordMn! k i in tn Innlon form of iff num. nt li.ia ..., tl.A n .. .. .... vvnv wiv uiAiaiTr i was mm ouring tne previout The Hum) Mvnr Manufacturing u, iiuimi uiYiT, nun organuea to anuriirt nr., ii. tpi .1 t.. .i. tv t I nm; CtfiiTut! II , .... ...mm, uivunru vui- L'ltlll .....I .l. . I . ' " ..ii hdikhi Bliaj A Pll of inoro than 000 com- 'Tl'llll liri'll II 1 ,11 I If... a W ,1... ............. ... n ..in ,., ,, a mji ,( t:uuiiiry I in IT V I-I......I...- rt . - tt..tj, tt .uiiiuiui:r 1 iflL'.i, l. i a "iiuwt Om ill mynr fi I 11 .t.tuin. ,,. , iin .maff vnm nulling UWIierHIIIU, i mr u- i . ...i.t - . . . "...i ,n wuiiuiiL Kovornniom n'ii iiuut'B mm inr R hlPMit mint .......I tl. . - ...uit-iii ni iiiH cuumry :ronniv iiiul.tit.H ,i... -i.i- " " ri'niicii iiiu miiy pur- ituj lurui. A(4tlln IHvInIiiii. Uoblci, Ore. Kurmnrn n-port p. tuto crop excellent condition. Vluld eHllmuted 5 per cunt over hint y0:,r. leer I.lund Hay ,,! Kr,i, ,,x. cellent condition; hay oxpeciully ho. I-arKO acreiiKo potiiloeH pliintftl uiul yield will fur exiwd IuhI yuur. Itulnler I'otiito crop ri-ported fine, much Imuvler yield, wit h iilmui 100 pur cent In acreage over Ihhi yeur. Cltttakanle llurvoHtlng uiiilr full away. I lay excnplldiiuliy nim crop Oregon Trunk HiillHiiy. Sherar, Ore. Kverythlng Itmki favorable. HarvertliiK now on. Kx peeled nvorago 18 to 22 buahelH pe acre, poHdlhly belter. Maupln Kull gruln very Rood Ora-Hhoppera very llltle diiiu:iKt I'arniera liuny cutting. Mecca V'ew farmeri now ImrvcHt Ing full wheat. Average crop ex pected. Hprlng wheut not very good. Madriia Kiirmers report full hdwii grain good condition. Kurly hiiwii aprliig grain fair, while late mtwn In poor condition. North wIiiiIh have dried ground badly, ('onaldertng In creaaed acreage, expected total crop will bo about same uh IuhI year. Weather piiHt week of coiiHlderahlo benefit. MetolliiH Weather haa Improved crop condltlona aomcwhut, however, general feeling Ih peHlnilnl(', al though few predict yield will he het ter than generally anticipated. Har vest JiiKt commencing. Culver Crop condltloim more promlMing thun prevloiiHly reported. Grain tilling well. Kail gruln will give fair yield. Homo report CO per cent better than 1914; Hprlng wheat fair. Harvesting cominenreB In a few day. Kxpected average 20 to 2G liu.iliela per acre. lliiilin iiitl Crop rondltlonx gnod. Alfalfa buy and wild hay crop excep tionally Hue. Agent reports cropn In I'rluevllle dlKtrlct In very line con dition. llend Farmers report fair crop. Oregou Diet trie Itnlluuy. ST. HELENS MIST. FRT HAV jttt v on 1915 OBITUARY. Joseph AdiiniH was born In Miami '"'11111111, Heplonibor 3rd. 88, enlisted In tlin rlvll wp Fnh 8fiK. In tt... po.i ... . . lu.irti inuiana voiun- (IUI. T.. I.. . A .,,.,, inn., nepicmnor, lKtit) lo wuh tiuirrled to 8arah Smith. ...v.. years oner. TO II11S n fin I..... -i.it . ciiiuiren wore born: one. - ... muveiy ot r argo, N. V., - aui t Vl-M, i In January. 1880. Mr. Adam, aim lArrln.l ,.. . .m.., (u e.iizalietli LnnriirrnvA ne,r fani"y cotiHlHtod of ton chlld- two of which died In childhood. "'A fll 111 1 1 V llWIVI.il In lUnnnnn In nut t . ui mini and mailB a lienut fill limn 'ti. . i no surviving fum ly are tho "" Mrs. KlUubotli Adnm. itaiiiph. "'o. ill ru Miikii ii,... rt i . Mn ni .,i... i. ... - . n- ' " KlMUOr II Afl.lln lAaonlilMA () -S IV, tlUDUFIIIII, liml H...I. ..... ' "lar- ii-jcit o puuurvr IUI V9ral ynrs. Friday after- nuon In ..... -- "mini iiiHiiiiiir ii n rnii rrmn nn ""'talis Window and tu tnrnallv "jurett. 1Io . ... . Oo . I'lim munuuy nioruiiia ID ft. m in . itiiurm services were "uncled nt tho family residence, uusuuy l 2 n tn Tl, .ml , f ..I. . I. VI t UII.UII.. Wflpn I. .1.1 . p "Rt m tho family lot at , "'w wuiiutory, undor a profus '0,, ot nowors. CROP CONDITIONS. Wilt's report of crop conaltlons on JU V 91... --"i. us compnod by w. u. Wilkes, A. a. P. & P. a., of the S, P- S. I(y.: ly"" 'UZT Tl " ,,,,!," h""rl- .'"rc.f; noUco ,8" hereby v. love, ,.,.d ,Hlrr , ..,,,,d. Ulven, that Saturday, August 21, fined. I-rnlt crops Mr. at 1 I o'clock A. M., at the front Juneiioii Clly-Hi.y cron d.iiiiiiiri.,1 1 " . " ( "llrt House, in St. Hel- . -. ,,. ,, , , ' ' oiuinnia County, Oreg ruin. l. ruin crop i,.di,,m:e to sai.l execut Garden Homo, Oro. Potato crop never better. Ilotiverlon Crop prospects up to last week, fine, hut If ruin continues, onions will probably mildew. Wheat shows remurkahle growth of straw, Although It lias not II lied as well uh expected. Loganberry crop bel.nv ex pectutloiiH, uccount slow market. Po tatoes heavy crop, Increased acreage. Subject to duniago If rain continues. Italns have damaged quality of hay. Orenco Crops reported tine. Hay ing about over good yield. Ijirge potato acreage ond gruln acreage In creased. Weather Ideal. HlllHhoro Weather exceptionally favorable to all crops. Hay crop rather light. Hop crop prospects fiilr. All fruit and small grains doing well. forest Orovo Hay crop fair moHlly saved from rain damage Wheat crop extra heavy, but down on ground account showers. Kx poctcd will mostly mature nnd be saved. Fruit crops very good. Apple crop fair. Prunes about quarter crop. Hops good. Tlgnrd Crop outlook never was brighter. Potatoes coming flue, with largo acreage. Hay well under way; fine yield, good quality. Prunes nnd apples looking fine. Tualatin Hnln bus spoiled con sldornble cut hny. Huy not cut will bo saved. Grain ripening fast, har vest commencing. Fruit crop nor mal. Tonquln All crops looking lino. Weather Ideal. Wllsonvlllo Condition of growing crops unusually good. Wheat much better than 1914; about ready to cut. Hay damaged by rocent rains, al though yield better thnn 1914. Onions good condition. Potatoes lino, although smaller uorengo, Increas ed ylold will equalize 1914 crop. All fruits, especially peaches and apples, will bo better than the average crop Donald---Crops In good condition iitirvouiiiiir rnnimenced 20th. Hops looking flno, promising honvy yield. Wiwt Woodburn Quality of hay damaged by rain. Hops now budd- IllK Woodburn -Hop crop largo. Ciruln rrnn heavy and In good shape, ul though acreago not very large in this vicinity. Hay big crop, good con- ,1111, .n about all harvested. Wacondn Hop crop indications i u.i.iiM trrnln vory good. Hay guuu. w n - ..it. .1.11., ,1 . ntn irnl liv rain. Peach HIlK'il1? uiiii"n-" crop good. All other crops normal riiilimliv Grain promises nbuud . i.i iin looking line. Hay II ML j. i,ii... ..-r- i.. rrnn. although considerably Mttmrnd bv rain. Potatoos, small acreage; largo crop expected. a.. i,mVouthor conditions un ..,.,i,i (.. hav crop. Whoat and lll,lflu.. - . .,t. I....U like full crop. Orovlllo Phonomonul hop crop expected. Farm products goon H..ai--hi.... tatitrtit. dumnKO to wheat Hli'UiiJ ....rt--- and other crops by rain, although .....ni Indications good. Gray All crops looking dno. Pros- Mnii for lurco ylold. Corvallls Itanchers putting up buy. Some interference uy ruin, which has affocted quality Bllghtly. io Hinnll extent by seeilt'llt coiidil (,. Yli.1,1 e. Fruit crop light. pH line. Kugene - llarvemlnj; now on. Hay "op not nialnrliiliy damaged by n.ln. ()l.r tr(1)K ,.,, jlllinrill Meld expert,,!, ,.x,.,.,)t )n1M eaehes. i,pp,. aI1, ,,arH ,.,.,, crop. Imuran,,,,,, r(J f(,r ,.,, l( '"rop. Colteil KallttajK. U-llb.. .1 ....... ..,iit, uro. aii crop:: "I'Moiial'y ru,,,. lirv,.KUnK - he it and outs Just Klartlng-I, .leiti. liny rrp 1()ilv,y Int condillop. I'm lllr Ai Fusti i-i, P.HUHV, 'igie I'omt, Ore. Hny nd grain crop., good. p,);irH ,,.,., Apple crop light. I lopii ex fall a vj- ln NO'I'ICK. Notice Is herehv County lloadn, nster linn tili.,1 ,.ti...'. of rompletlon of the following road wii ii in m. i. I,. Tarbell, 8. A. Crosby roiul. O. H. Ilennelt nnd I. A M..t....t. Mlst-Clatskiuiln roud. I has. Johnson. Swift -1 IllIMl-lti.n. IH'lt road. ( larenet! i kiicc I'MnI. 7. I 7. All protests against final neeenl. unce of the above work, and llnul pay- II. in uiereior must lie liled In this olllce within two weeks from the date of llrst publleallon hereof. A. !. IIAKNETT, County Clerk. 32-21 Oregon, I will. execution, oritur and decree, sell nt iml,li ,,,.n..,, subject to redemption, to the highest bidder, for cash, all the right, title nnd Interest the suid defendants now have, or either of thern lias, or hud on the 1st day of June, 1914, the date of said mortgage, In and to said real property to sutisfy said execution, Judgment, interest, costs and accru ing costs. Dated July 20, 1K15. K. C. STANWOU1), Sheriff of Columbia Comity, Oregon. First publcution July 2.'i, 1916. Last publication August 20, 1915. NOTM'K Ol I IN.AI, HKTTI.KMKXT. 1. Dlv. 2, Mergers,!!,, Spec. 1, I)iv. :t, 1, 1st. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned administrator of the cb tate of Ambrose .Madden, deceased, bus filed his final report and account of said estate and the Court has fixed Monday, the 80th day of August, 1015, at the hour of 2 o'clock 1. M. of said day and the County Court room in the Court House at St. Hel ens, Oregon, uh the time and place for hearing objections thereto; all persons Interested In said estate are notllled to bo und appear at said time and place and make and (He objec tions thereto, If any they have, to said final report nnd uccount. M. !:. MILI.KIt, Administrator. Hated July 20th, 1815. First publication July 23, 1915. Last publication August 27, 1915. int.VITlltE Hade in a Oregon THOROUGHLY GUARANTEED $37.50 up According to Size Etc Have sold a lot of these which are giving perfect satisfaction. 1) i(Th UXDEUTAK1XG xotici: of siiKiiii i -s kali:. In In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Columbia County. (). S. Larson, plaint, IT, vs. Thomas llasse and Susanna llasse. defendants. I'nder and by virtue of nn execution In foreclosure, Issued out of the above nnuicd Court. In the nbovo en titled cause, on the 20th day of July, ima, in pursuance of a judgment. decree and order of sale, rendered end entered in said Court on the 10th d iy of July, 1915, in a mortgage foreclosure suit, wherein the pluln 1 1 IT. O. S. Larson, recovered Judg ment against the defendant, Thomas llasse, for the sum of $0:112.63. with Interest thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from Juno 1, 1914. rr .lfi0 attorney s fees und for J 2 1.4 0 costs, commanding me to make sale of the following described re.il property, all in Columbia Coun ty, Oregon, to wit: lleglnnlng at a point 3151.10 feet east from the Southwest corner of the J. II. Piper I in, nil Ion Land Claim, in section 26, township 8 north, rungo 4 west of Willamette meridian, and running thence north 911.70 feel to a point; thence east 77S.40 feet to a point; thence south 914.70 feet to n point; und thence west 77S.40 feet to the point of beginning, containing 16.31 acres. Also, un iiuillvlilen one-halt Interest in the following described tract of land, viz.: Iteginnin;: ut a point which is Smith 58 deg. 40 mill. east 3.S5 chains from a stake on the east bank of Dobbins slough, in tiie Lawrence ltobnert Donation Lund Claim, In section 27. township 8 north, range 4 west of Willamette meridian, which stuko Is set on the south line of tlio land once owned by Wlllielm linns! and Carl Sacarlasen it, id by them conveyed to Thomas llasse by deed dated May 20. 1902 nnil recorded In Hook ., pngo 19ii deed records of said County, und from which stake a plum tree, fl Inches lu diameter, bears south 16 deg. west 13 links distant, und an apple tree 8 Inches In diameter, hours south 61 (leg. east 34 linns distant thence running south 58 deg. 40 mill, east 1.27 chains lo tho railway right of wnv: thence north 4 0 (leg, east along the west side of said right of wav 3.15 chains to the south line of said tract so conveyed ly sum llassi nnd Sacarlasen to '1 nomas llasse: thence west 1.70 chnlns; thence south 37 deg. 20 min. west 53 chains to point of beginning, containing 4 2-100 of an acre. Also. mi undivided one-half interest in the fiillowlns described land, viz.: no- wimiitiff t the stake above described nn east bunk of Dobbins slough, and riiiuiltie thence east on t tie soutn lino of tho land so conveyed by Wll lielm Hassi nnd Carl Suciiriasen to mild Thomas llasse liy Heed uaieo Mv ',). 1902. aforesaid, x.zo cnaius to tho east line of said railwny right of way to a point; thenco east nlong said lino of said tract ot lunii u.uu chains to tho west line of tho County road running from nlnygor lo i nus- kanlo, Oregon: tlienco souin ii oeg west along the County roud 3.7S chains to tho land owned by the A & C. it. K. Co.; thence north 61 deg .voHt 3.5(1 chains along said H. H Co.'s laud; thence north 40 (leg. east n 7! rlinlns: t hence norm id ueg west 1.50 chains to tho enst line of said A. & C. U. H. Co.'s rlglil oi wny; t It Mil f'H north 20 deg.- east along said enst lino of right of way 0.38. chains to tho point or beginning, coiuuiiihih i nr. ncres. And also, nn undivided nnn-lmlf Interest In the following do .rii,B,i bind, viz.: lleglnnlng at n point in the oast boundary line of the Lawrence Hohnert Donation Land Claim, Notlllcatton no. ,.!. in sec tions 27 and 34, township 8 north i west of Willamette meridian which point Is 7.11 chains south ol . v.triiienst corner of snld claim and running thence south 12.56 chains along the east line, of said ..I,,,,,,- thenco north S9 deg. west 16 91 'chains to a post; thenco soulli 17' ili.ir 20 min. west 2.29 chains; .i....,..m tw.rtb 58 dog. 40 mill, west 3.85 chains to a post on enst bunk of Dobbins slougii; inenco wum iu .... west lino of snld Claim; thenco north I'll chains nlong buiu wesi , anil thence enst to the point of be cnntnlninz 37.60 acres, ex cent liuv 'therefrom a tract of land ol conveyed to Klias Le lonen, by deed dated September 13 1909 nnd recorded In Hook 11, pugi 452 deed records of said County. In tlio Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Columbia County. 'ora Itupert, plaintiff, versus M. H. Miller, Kstelle Miller. 1. P. Hardin and J. O. lilrod, defendants. Notice1 hereby given that under and by virtue of nn execution in foreclosure, Issued out of the above named Court, tho above named cause, on the 0th day of July, 1915, under und in pursuance of a Judgment, decree and order of Bale, rendered nnd entered In suid Court on tho 8th day of July, 1915, In a mortgage foreclosure ult, wherein the plaintiff, Cora Itu pert, recovered judgment and decree: against the defendants, M. E. Miller! nnd Kstelle Miller, for tho sum of I $1500.00, with interest thereon at 1 the rate of ten per cent per annum from February 4, 1910, for 4 1 0.J.00 1 uttorney's fees, and for $18.70 costs,! commanding 1110 to make sale of the ! following described real property. In I olumblu County, Oregon, to-wlt: , .ols one, two nnd three, in Pi lock . forty-three, In the City of St. Helens,' Oregon, ns the same appear upon the; olliciul plat in the oflice of tl 0 Clerk of said County, I will therefore, on; Saturday, August 21, Ulf., nt 10; o'clock A. M., at the Court House; door, In St. Helena ( olumlii.i Coun-; Oregon, sell at public auction ; (subject to redemption) to tho high-l est bidder, for cash, all the right, title and ii.te-ert the said defendants now luive, or either of them has or had on August 4, 1909, the date of said mortgage, in und to tho nbove described real property, to satisfy said execution, judgment, interest. costs and accruing costs. K. C. STANWOOD, Sheriff of Columbia County, Oregon. Dated July. 20, 1915. First publication July 23, 1915. Last publication August 0, 1915. NOTlCi: OF SIIKUII-1 "H KALK. DO YOU want to be convinced that we have the Biffjjest Hardware Values in the market? That we have what yon want rijjlit now? That's what we want to do. and if vott need PAINT, OILS, SASII, DOORS, BUILDING PAPER or WALL PAPER, let us figure with you. MUCKLE HARDWARE CO. ST. HELEXS, OREGON EUROPEAN PLAN AMERICAN PLAN EVERYTHING MODERN AT THE ST. HELENS HOTEL J. C.EORGE, Proprietor ALL BUSSES CALL AT HOTEL RATES $1.00 AND UP SPECIAL RATES TO REGULAR BOARDERS LODGES Kiwanda Tribe No. 63, Improved Order of Kedmen, meets second and fourth Thursdays of each month in 1C. of P. hall, St. Helens. Visiting brethren welcome K. I. BALLAGH, C. Of It. St. Helens Itehcknh Lodge, No. 217, meets first and third Thursday of each month in I. O. O. K. Hall. Visiting members always welcome. M US. ELLA ALLEN, iN. G. OKA P.ENNETT, Soc. Houlton Circle No. 47S, Women of Woodcraft, meets the second and fourth Tuesday afternoon of each month at Houlton, Oregon. AGNES DIXON, G. N. ANNA RICHARDSON, Clerk. Fourth Annual Columbia County Fair TO BE HELD SEPT: 22-23-24, 1915 Columbia Encampment, No. 77, l. o. O. F. meets in tlio I. O. O. 1-. Hall, on tho second and fourth Thursday of each month. Sojourn ing Patriarchs most cordially invited to meet with us ('HAS. M. HEELER, C. 1'. C. W. ULAKESLEY, Scribe. Avon Lodge No. 62 Knights of Pythias meets every Tuesday even ing In Cnstla Hall, St. Melons. Vis iting Knights always welcome. K. A. HiriUKll, i:. M. E. MILLER, K. of R. S. St. Helens Lodge No. 32, A. P. & A. M. meets 1st and 3rd Saturday in each month. Visiting brothers cordially welcomed. EDWIN ROSS, Master. E. E. QUICK, secretary. A St. Helens Lodge O. P. building, on y1 s meets in me i w. V i-f..T NO 117, 1. O. U. !'. the second and fourth Saturdays of each month, visiting members nro nl ways given a hearty welcome. JICHSK LANSIiNli, IN. U. C. V. BLAKESLEY, Sec. Tllllcum Trlbo No. 52, Improved O. U. M., of Yankton, Ore., meets nt Its wigwam, second nnd fourth Sat urdays of each month. V. G. BRANNON, C. of R. EBER BROWN. Sach. MONEY1 Tho mint makes It nnd under the terms of the CONTINENTAL MORTGAGE COMPANY you can secure It nt 6 per cent for any legal purpose on approved real estate. Terms ensy, toll us your wants and we will co-oporate with you. I'KTTY & COMPANY 613 Donhnm Bldg. Denver, Colo. Premium Lists will be sent on application to G. L- Tarbell, Prest., Yankton, or J. H. Sotitliatd, Sec'y, St. Helens. MR. DAIRYMAN: WE ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH YOU WITH ANY QUANTITY OF BUTTER WRAPPERS, BEST QUAL ITY PAPER, PRINTED IN NEAT STYLE, WITH INK THAT DOES NOT STAIN THE BUTTER, AT VERY LOW PRICES. THERE'S A REASON WHY RUSH ORDERS ARE KEEPING OUR JOB DE PARTMENT BUSY, BUT WE CAN TAKE CARE OF YOU. TRY US WITH YOUR NEXT ORDER, WHERE QUALITY IS THE MOTTO. WE GUARANTEE SATIS FACTION. ADDRESS THE MIST PRINTERY. t !