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RECTORS AND CLERKS.
rt tl,e annual Miction of iicliool bold In June, County School ii,rli;t011(nt Allen has prepared following lint of dlroctora and k, 10 KTVO Tor UIO BIIBUiim uui. Dl.trlct I J I. Himmmi. ,, Koulk, l. Iiliitchfonl, Mr.. Dlnlrlcl ni. iim.'iin. , g Hull"". Oroliam, C. C. Ji; Alice I- quick. cirk. )llrl l 3 I" Inland. . Morrill, Fred. Olll, O. J. Mo ,nPli; Mr. Nli.u Hush, Clork. iHnlrlc t 4 Rainier. Lrtln Bteiinlfk, Edna M. Hhull, U iluuth; A. J. Hurns, Clerk. Dlntrli't (V 'lii"kniiln. U A H"11' J' Wooilen, O. J. L'-on' K. 1). Tlchonor, Clerk. lr)r( (i 1'ort htiitl, car Hlr.Miinare il U, WMII'1". FruiiK looiey, J. u. ' i(rlit 7 Warren. L II CarlBoii. Ernest Rylandor, A. OMrlrC 7 Jl. WfHttrt, W. Thompson. Bam Carver, R kner; M. MrFarlune, Clork. DiHlrlrt N MM. (i r JoluiHon. John Ilodlund, II. R. . ...... f,. I. ........ HMrlrt It f Jobl. t' n ilolhrnok. M. H. WIlHon, J. E. mm; I'. T. Lincoln, Chirk. ' IMntrlrt UK Mumliluml. IIomoiix. Mm. T. W. Tandy, W. olrtn; T. W. Tandy, Clork. Uhlrhl H Columbia Oty. W 0. Hunigrrdnor. W. P. McClay, I). Uraliaiu; II. M. Wharton, Clerk. DMrht 12 lUlliler. Krwk H'.chinun. I'. C. lloysen. lu. Hrywm; n c. wiiiiam, cionc DMrlrt 1:1 Km I ii lor. A. L. Clark, K. I.. Hedges, Q. Ram- mm . ..II... I.. tl I. km; l. J. r i ir. DiMrlit 14 Vernmiln. ;, TniKi'mT, M. J. John, II. Uiltwii; 0. O. Weed, Clork. Illhlrlit 1.1 ChitHkniile. hi. Itonin, ('. II. Owens, C. A. An (ton; Mrs Mitrtha J. Ilurr, Clerk. liMrlit III lUlulor. II. N. Uivnluro, II. a. Ilurnham, B. Dtiiliimin; J. E. Johnson, Clork. HMrhl 17 lUinlcr. tl. McCuwun, Mm. Hugh MePowen, i. Youiik, Ci. It. Mcleod, Clork. IlMrhl IM Kww). Jin. Jiiliiuiiiu llunck, Evan R. Tre- n, Mm. CJ. 11. Hltta; U. II. 8ltl, rk. DMrlrt lit lUlnlrr. Bin. Dora llackcnborg, L. II. Ray- Ir. II. 1). Morris; Joa. llackenborg, rk. DMrht 20 (iolilo. M. C. Hoven. C. C. Fowlor, A. D Ltrni T. II. Tipton, Clork. DMrlrt 21 fk'MMMM. IMn. II. M. M:tuy, 8. E. Atchlaon, Vanhululi; T. W. Irwin, Clork. DiHlrlrt 22 MUt. U W. Iliilnirom, llnnry Huddlman, MurrU; I.. A. rottirRon, Clerk. IM-lrh t -it Mn)Kpr. Nullum KiiliiTtn. Simon KaiiDer. A. Mi-iniila; F. W. Fluhror, Clork IHMrl. t 24 Mint, William llowbtt. Andrew Elliott, Wain I'rliiKlo; Mra. Mary I'rlngle. hUlili t an yulnry. L'ohn, Jiiliiin, Hannah I.umljarvl. f.. ..umljurvl; Thoa. Ilaiae, Clork IHMrM IU ClHbtkanie. hV. J. Zlliiimn, Andrew Erlckaon, s. Smith; Oliver NoUon, Clerk. lUlrhl 27 VernonlM. 'Uronco Ueed, J. J. Purnoy, J. W. a; t,. a. c;hmo11, i:ierk. Dlxtrli t 2H KraiKMN. W. P. Ulrknrt, Edijar 8tevena, F. Aaunn; w. U. Bhatto, Clerk. IMkIiI. i .!) Muyger. "II Olnon, liert Edmonda, Geo. Mc Mni; Ali'c I'ulto, Clork. IHslrl.t MU Yankton. Mm. Honry Sohlnskl. II. O How- I. Jamt-8 Ili.almnR; O. L. Tarboll, 'ra. District 31 Mlat, , M McMullmi. I. Mntlmwa. Jno. Fklnim; J. c. Littlo, Clork. DlKtrli t Jia Muyitor. W. It. Crawford, J. I Combs, W. Holmes; ). c. Klrby, Clork. District 3ii MujKcr. 1- M. Klllam, 8. C. HendrU, A. L. W. F. Iluxtor, Clork. ItlHtrU t 31 Dtvr IhIuikI. Otto IlrocklinuKA. T S Mnrrnll. hCoro; Hoy Millor, Clork. Dh.lr.rt 8(1 (Jolile. E' II. Hlake. L. Durkhard. J. II. moroy; Mr. c. a! Link. Clork. District 37 (.oblo. R 0. Joimi,, w. M. Parmer, FrIU ""r; k. a. Danlola, Clork. District 38 Apiary. p- H. Klll.v J. It. lloudloo, Clerk. District 311 lloulton. - W. Cllirlr I Ti.Ln- T. O '''! Mm. Irln Oliver, Clork. District 40 ClatHkanlo. Kr Matmrn, Oliver AnderBon, 1I8 Jollliiu.it . -k.lln A wl mni.iit Itlstrlct 42 Jt. Mist. HrR. N. A. CalmberK, A. nllmrK; K. B. HoRberg, Clork. District 4.1 Troiili.ilni. a; Whlinebel J. W. McCalllalor, A. vu" u; Mode arimth, Clerk. , District 44 KjHcr. Will. U'nut L. t I ...I I. lluil '"II'ib; Mfg. Jeggle II. West. Clork. .., District 4fl Tankttin. "MVOr Kmltl. n nr. III. A A P"l; elms. Wallls, Clerk. District 47 Vernonln. , Malniston, A. B. CounU, C. fKnrnon; Emll Mossing, Clork. District 4H PrCNOott. ' Wollor n m n V VV Nory; j0im McCrea. Clerk. "Isti lct 4 jti vernoiilii. UIIHt H.l..., 1 .1 ii.. n T a "Umuild; F. C. McQraw, Clork, itinirict no mih a Jiuw-;.,'MMl',r..Mr Rmltl'' Mr"' m. A. Lane; Mra. Mary Foator, ( lurk, IMntrlct Bl Vernon Ih. Omar Nlckomon, Allmrt Parker Clo0r'k,,ttrk"r: Nt'U1" ,,0"lll,l"(,' District 52 Mint. i A-n-Mo,l. Aamodt, R. Umon; II. M, Mukiiiikiimi, Clrk. DUlrlct Bil lluconlu. u. J' W,)'lll.,ll,n' Jo- ""Koger, J. M. Hhurp; W. II. llrunaon, Clork. District Bl Warren, I. y, n, I). II. Pope, W. II. IlitniKurdiior. rrod Uiraeni J. M. llurkhoad, cinrk. District BB lliixton. Wm. Thrapp, Win. Ilaker, Pclor Ilorgoraou- Kd. North, Clork. DiHlrlrt B4I WNtHirt. Androw Kiiniola, Paul Salmi, Paul Waranka; Oiicar Halml, Clork. The flrul name I Is chairman. "ENTERPRISE RATHER THAN CLIMATE." The Dos MoIiiom (Iowa) Heitlator of AugUHt hna the following as Its loading editorial: Tho UHHUinptlon tliat the Puclllc coast la built up on climate Is a mls (ukon one. Tho Paclllc conat Ih built ip on eiitarprtao, puro unadullcrat 1 Amorlcati crtl and ambition. Tho Purine coiihI Ih the hint fron tier, ami the r?Hthtis and ai;plrlng liavo drifted thoro In this goiiBra ,ton. Just aa Ir. tho I'encratlon lust past they drlftod to the MIhkIkhIppI valloy. There aro all aorts of cllmato tn bo found betwoi-n tho Mexican boundary and Vancouver. Nobody could bo suited with them all. And yet audi la the persuasive power of thoroughly enthusiastic promotion that those of passive mind are con vinced of tho surpassing merits of inch sort In turn. If the coast lino were unbroken to Alaska, as It would bo if the Americans of the 'orties had had vision, wo should 'ear Just aa much of tho Alaskan cllmato. It la said that tho really ideal ttinato of the world Is to be found ST HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. AUGUSTS, iok , which Sam Hill, who l.wh., .... . ..I ' .m n.y responsible for It. declare.' the Northea.'t" corVerT, ."aid claim to be the best roadway In the world and running thence aouth 12.66 r Home of the Bto abutments on I fl.','11 'onK the east line of said A ri T 1 f w this roadway r forty fBet wl(, i 'a'm: tl;ence north 89 deg. west i Pllhlir KYIIPrte If X nut .1.... . .. . ",,l r""" nun.lre.ls of miles long U'rom-I, ulmost Impenetrable for Ih, and along precipitous moun tain raiiKim nil the way from the Canadian lino to Tla Juana. Mex ico has tho climate. Why Is not Mexico doing south of tho line what California Is doing north of the line? It will not do to discount the "I'lrlt of tho coast country. Nor will It do to sit hack In the confi dent expectation that the coast coun try la hound to explode. Twenty-five years ugo, when Us Angeles was a city of some 80,000, and Seattle was far rrom the same, and Portland and Hpokano and Tacoma relatively where they are now, Is was aald that tho California bubble must Hiirely burst. Ilut Us AngeleB has today half a million, and Seattle and all tho other coast cltlos have grown In proportion, and they are no nearer tho expected collapse to day than they were then, nor half so near. It will not do to discount enter prise. Enterprise cun take any sort of climate and any sort of natural conditions and build greut cities and develop great Industries. They have n saying in Canada that If a man lias tho right sort of mettle in hlni you may pluce him a thousand leagues in the wilderness on a flat rock and ho will plant pennlos and urow dollars. Tho people of the coast country ure not in a wilder ness nor on a flat rock. And they have tho right sort of mettle In them. 3.85 chain, to a post on east bank of Dobbin, slough; thence west to the west line of .aid Claim; thence north ' X 12.11 chain, along aald west line:iT and thence east to the point of be ginning, containing 37.60 acres, ex cepting therefrom a tract of land of about 2 acres, conveyed to Ellas Le ionen, by deed dated September 13, 1909, and recorded In Book 11, page 4S2 deed record, of .aid County. Now, therefore, notice I. hereby given, that on Saturday, August 21, 1915, at 11 o'clock A. M., at the front door of the Court House, In St. Hel ens, Columbia County, Oregon, I will, in obedience to .aid execution, order and decree, .ell at public auction, subject to redemption, to the highest bidder, for cash, all the right, title and Interest the .aid defendant, now have, or either of them ha., or had on the 1st day of June, 1914, the date of said mortgage, In and to .aid real property to satisfy .aid execution, judgment, Interest, cost, and accru ing coBts. Dated July 20, 1915. E. C. STANWOOD, Sheriff of Columbia County, Oregon. FlrBt publcation July 23, 1915. .Last publication August 20, 1915. The Public Gets It The public ha a perfect right to exect the very best when thejr buy the Roman Meal Dread, and that I. exactly w hat the public get. The public expect to get the purest and most wholesome from our bakerlea. Never are they disappointed. You will be delighted after a trial of our new bread. .In your next order include a loaf of the ROMAN MEAL BREAD mtm. HOLD DY THE T I PURE FOOD BAKERY NOTICE OV FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned administrator of the es-1 tate of Ambrose Madden, deceased, . has Died hi. final report and account of said estate and the Court hag fixed ' Monday, the 30th day of August,! 916, at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M. ! .aid day and the County Court room In the Court House at St. Hel-j ens, Oregon, a. the time and place for hearing objection, thereto; all. persons Interested In said estate are notified to be and appear at said time and place and make and file objec tion, thereto, if any they have, to said final report and account. M. E. MILLER, Administrator. Dated July 20th, 1916. First publication July 23, 1915. Last publication August 27, 1915. NOTICE. We will open o dices In the new gar age building to be occupied by the i inuopcmiRnt Auto company as soon 1 as completed. In the meantime, any lillullinac .. 1 .1 ...t.l. . V. . . . , . . ru(7iunu VV. ,,17 ml UllDllvJlCU Willi lilt! in one of tho mountain ranges of cotn,mnv cun tukPn up w(h Mr New Mexico. Why is not the whole, a. T. Laws, ut our old ofllce. or with westorn continent aroused over New Mexico? Southern Chill Is said to have a more eiuabto temperature than southern California, and the Vndes and the southern Paclllc are mid to be joined much more ro mantically than mountain and ocean inywhore on tho northern continent. Ilut tho trend Is not toward Chill. The fact the great movements f tho world have never been 'domi nated by climate. Cold and Inlios pitablo shores have more often won the hardy adventurer. The great titles, tho great Industries, the great movements In history have not been climatic. California is not climatic, nor Oregon, nor Washington, nor Maska. It Is aggressive leadership that lomiiiutus the movements of men ind of capital, and the greatest mis ako anybody can make la to a nun me that anything but aggressive leader ihlp has mndo Us Angeloa, or Ran Francisco, or Portland, or Seattle the envy of some of the less ag gressive and less progressive cities f the older and wealthier parts of ho world. Tho peoplo of the coast have bet ovory dollar, to uso an effective iihraso, on tho future. Sun Diego is t city of Imss than 100.000. Ilut San Diego, without aid or suggestion, lias built on exposition to attract the attention and win the praise of the nxposlllon weary. It Is to be a per manent foaturo of the city. None f the older clllos of tho Vnited Kates would have seriously consid ered such a thing, much less ac complished It. Snokano I. a city of hlm at bis homo. THE ST. HELENS IMPROVEMENT CO. 34-2t. NOTICE OF KIIERIFK'H HALE. somewhat In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Columbia County. O. S. Larson, plaintiff, vs. Thomas Basse and Susanna Basse, defendants. Under and by virtue of an execution in foreclosure. Issued out of the above named Court, In the above en titled cause, on the 20th day of July, 1915, in pursuance of a judgment, decree and order of sale, rendered and entered in said Court on the 10th day of July, 1915, In a mortgage foreclosure suit, wherein the plain tiff, O. S. Larson, recovered judg ment against the defendant, Thomas Ilasse, for the sum of $6312.63, with Interest thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from June 1, 1914 for :I50 attorney's fees and for $21.40 costs, commanding me to make sale of the following described real property, all In Columbia Coun ty, Oregon, to-wit: Beginning at a point 3151.10 feet east from the Southwest corner of the J. H. Piper Donation Land Claim, in section 26 township 8 north, range 4 west of Willamette meridian, and running thence north 914:70 feet to a point thence cast 778.40 feet to a point; thenco south 914.70 feet to a point; and thence west 778.40 feet to the noint of beginning, containing 16.34 acres. Also, an undivided one-half Interest In the following described tract of land, viz.: neglnnlng at point which Is South 68 deg. 40 mtn. east 3.85 chain, from a stake on the east bank of Dobbins slough, in the Lawrence llohnert Donation Land Claim. In section 27, township north, range 4 west of Willamette meridian, which stake is set on the south line of the land once owned by Wllhelm Uassl and Carl Sacarlasen and by them conveyed to Thomas Rasse by deed dated May 20. 1902 mid recorded In Hook Z. page 196 ana riwui records of Bald County. ver 100.000. If the lllackstone ho- ,-. which stake a plum tree, ol In Chicago Is superior to tho Dav- inches in diameter, boar, south 16 . . ... i a .... I l.v nnvl littler 1 ftOIT. west 13 links distant, and an mpori nou.i ... .: ., diameter, bears :ut slue, with not so very mucu iu fil (Jok eugt J4 mta diBtant 'mast of even In slue, It would re- ,. ...., rllnl ,ina: south 68 deg. 40 mln lulro mors thun a cursory glunco to enf)t 1.27 chulns to the railway right letermlne , "''P ! of way; H Tho exposition at Sun Frantisco " B316 chalns t0 tlle 80Utu nne I. tho most remarKttuio eiuuriuiso aver undertukon by an American olty. The stato of California gave 55,000,000. the city of Sun Fran cisco $6,000,000, and the business men of San Francloco $7,000,000 It I. the only oxp'sltlon at which the national government has not borne a large part of the cost. And this in the hocls of tho most destructive conflagration that ever swept nn Amorlcan city with. the possible ex ception of Chicago. The exposition will not pay lu dollars and cents. There was littlo prospect under the most fuvoruhlo conditions that It eould be made to pay. Dut it would i,o hard to name a dozen cities to day occupying a. large a place on ti.Q world's man as Sun Francisco. a,i 1 hot 1 what San Francisco Is .i.io n nnnroclate at U. full valuo It Is easy to hear that Portland nd Seattle and the other northern nnnut cities have been brought to a standstill Uy stagnation In the lum ber mill., and yet within a row uinnks Seattlo lmB contributed $76,- 000 to entertain the Shrlners for a fif said tract so conveyea Dy .am iiiinui and Sacarlasen to Thomas Uasse: thence weBt 170 chain. 1 hence south 37 deg. 20 mtn. west 2.63 chains to point of beginning cnntiiinlni 42-100 of an acre. Also an undivided one-half Interest in the following described land, viz.: Be ginning at the stake above described on east bank of Dobbins alough, and run 11 In IT thence east on the south iin of the land so conveyed by Wll helm Uassl and Carl Sacarlasen to .alii Thomas Hasse by deed dated May 20, 1902, aforesaid, 8.25 chains to the east line of said railway right nf way to a point; thence east along M line of said tract of land 5.0 chain, to the weBt line of the County road running rrom inayger 10 mw kanle, Oregon; thence south 21 deg .i nnir the .:ouniy roau o. 1 .haind in the land owned by the n. 11 n 11 Co.: thence north 61 deg 3 KA chains along said It. H Co '. land; thence north 40 deg. eaBt n to oi.nina: thence north 45 aeg west 1.60 chains to the east line of said A. & C. R. H. Co.'. right of way; i.ona north 20 deg. east along aald east line of right of way 0.38. chains to the point of beginning, containing 1 05 acres. Ana also, an unuiviumi one-half Interest In the following ae .n.o,i innri. viz.: Beginning at 1 In the east oounuary iiuo ui uuu m - . . !,, tincrin wook. whllo Portluuu, wiiiu.i """.".. tmhnnrt Donation Lan tho past yenr, has completed the Noti(icatlon No. 7925, In sec- Columbia Highway, a rood 100 u n8 27 and 84, township 8 north mllr ling, running along the Co- Uo 4 west of Willamette meridian NOTICE OK SHERIFF'S BALE. D O YOU want to be convinced that we have the Biggest Hardware Values in the market? That we have what you want right now? That's what we want to do, and if you need PAINT, OILS, SASH, DOORS, BUILDING PAPER or WALL PAPER, let us figure with you. MUCKLE HARDWARE CO. ST. HELENS, OREGON In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Columbia County. ora Rupert, plaintiff, versus M. E. Miller, Estelle Miller, I. P. Hardin and J. O. Elrod, defendants. Notice Is hereby given that under and by virtue of an execution in foreclosure, issued out of the above named Court, the above named cause, on the 20th day of July, 1916, under and In pursuance of a Judgment, decree and order of sale, rendered and entered In said Court on the 8th day of July, 915, In a mortgage foreclosure suit, wherein the plaintiff, Cora Ru pert, recovered judgment and decree against the defendants, M. E. Miller and Estelle Miller, for the sum of 1500.00, with interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per annum from Fobruary 4, 1910, for $100.00 attorney', fees, and for $18.70 costs, commanding me to make sale of the following described real property. In Columbia County, Oregon, to-wit: Lota one, two and three, In F.lock forty-three, in the City of St. Helens, Oregon, a. the same appear upon the oinctal plat in the ofllce of tl e Clerk of said County, I will therefore, on Saturday, August 21, lJl!, at 13 clock A. M., at the Court House door. In St. Helens. Columbia Coun- Oregon, sell at public auction subject to redemption), to the high est bidder, for cash, all the right, title and lute'OHt the said defendants now have, or either of them has or had on August 4, 1909, the date of said mortgage, In" and to the above described real property, to satisfy said execution, judgment, interest, costs and accruing costs. E. C. STANWOOD, Sheriff of Columbia County, Oregon. Dated July, 20, 1915. First publication July 23, 1915. Last publication August 20, 1915. 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 s Fourth Annual ! Columbia County Fair f X TO BE HELD SEPT. 22-23-24, 1915 LODGES Klwanda Tribe No. 63, Improved Order of Redmen, meet, second and fourth Thursday, of each month in K. of P. hall, St. Helen.. Visiting brethren welcome. E. I. BALLAOH, C. of R. St. Helens Rebekah Lodge, No. 217, meets firBt and third Thursday of each month In I. O. O. F. Hall. Visiting members always welcome. MRS. ELLA ALLEN, N. O. ORA BENNETT, Sec. Premium Lists will be sent on application to A G. L Tarbell, Prest., Yankton, or J. H. Southard, Sec'y, St. Helens. J 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. meet. In the I. O. O. F. Hall, on the second and fourth Thursday ot each month. Sojourn lug Patriarch, most cordially Invited to meet with ua CHAS. M. BEELER, C. P. C. W. BLAKESLEY, Scribe. Avon Lodge No. 62 Knight, of Pythias meets every Tuesday even ing In Castle Hall, St. Helena, via Iting Knights always welcome. IS. A. KUTUBiU, j. u. M. E. MILLER, K. ot R. S. St. Helens Lodge No. 32, A. F. & A.. M. meet. 1st and 3rd Saturday In each month. Visiting brothers cordially welcomed. EDWIN ROSS, Master. E. E. QUICK, secretary. St. Helena Lodge No 117, I. O. O. F. meet. In the I O. M O. F. building, on the second and fourth Saturday, of each month, visiting members are al ways given a hearty welcome. JESSE LANSINO, N. O. - C. W. BLAKESLEY, See, EASTERN aad CALIFORNIA EXCURSIONS Via The North Bank Road Direct Routes Limited Trains St. Paul, Chicago, St. Louis. "THE NORTH BANK LIMITED" AND "INLAND EMPIRE EXPRESS"- DAILY, IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE GREAT NORTH ERN OR NORTHERN PACIFIC R, It. AND BUKLI XGTON ROUTE. Daily Until September 30 Return Limit October 31. Ttlllcum Tribe No. 62, Improved O. R. M., ot Yankton, Ore., meet, at Its wigwam, second and fourth Sat urdays of each month. W. O. BRANNON, C. of R. EPER BROWN, Sach. . Atlantic City ..$113.50 Baltimore .... 108.S0 Boston ....... 110.00 Buffalo 02.00 Chicago 72.S0 Cincinnati 080.50 Denver 55.00 Des Moines . . . 65.70 Detroit 83.50 Indianapolis . . 81.70 Kansas City . . . 00.00 Direct Via . ; Direct Via Both California ' Both California Way. One Way Ways One Way $131.00 Milwaukee . . . .$ 72.50 $ 00.00 120.00 Minneapolis . . . 00.00 84.25 127.50 Montreal 105.00 122.50 100.50 New York .... 110.70 128.20 00.00 Omaha 00.00 77.50 104.00 Philadelphia . . 110.70 128.20 72.50 Pittsburg 00.00 108.10 83.20 St. Louis 71.20 88.10 ' 101.00 St. Paul 00.00 84.25 00.20 Toronto 02.00 100.50 77.50 Washington ... 108.50 120.00 Round trip to San Francisco $30, meals and berth Included. One way fare. $8, $15, $20. S. S. "Groat Northern," "Northern Pacific" train leave. 9:30 A. M. S. S. arrives San Francisco 3:30 P. M. next every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday for San Francisco. Steamer day. Send for booklet. R. H. CROZIER, A. G. P. A., Portland E. WILKINSON, Agent, Houlton, Ore.