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HHi:i'lH'" BROS., Props. HCHKDI'LK A. M. I'. ,st. Helens 7:' I urrcn ' feuppnoso a: 'in Vortland :l fl'ortland 10. CO 4.00 .'ik 11: CO 6. GO I Hnturduyii and Sunday flul trip living St. Helena 6 p. m. Leave Portland 11 P- Ml. RELIABLE SERVICE .1ST OF TRANSFERS. Hiorted by Columbia County Ab It Company. hrll 0 - Luvlnu Hardy to Mury K. HK't of NK'4 of SK H. 24. is., li. 2 W., $10.00. A II Wright t " HofUH llcgll; 1 , block 1, lllanchard's Addn, J H. Wright 't ux to Alfred and fret lie Johnson; lot 4, liloi'k 1, .iaiuhard's Addn., $100.00. K. Kii'vimih to All la Huttor t Ui S"t trucl 19, Mouutulu Vlw, All u A 1 1 ht Ino and (). II. Anstlno to f Wright; Int 6, Mock 14, In iliurd's Second Addn., $1.00. furies Kuulck li lid Agnes KoU- ( a ii n h It. (ieiger; lots 9 ami 10, rk 2, Whitney' Addn. to Hcup $;uu oo. iidlnavlun American Realty Co. A OriiHiniiii nnd Anna (lens W, of NK'i S 24, T. 5 N , It. 110 00. Dill 6-- Illtuii Wi'iitworth Thn in. lo (I. A. HlUn; NK'4 f NK 1 31; NW'4 of NK!4; NK'4 of ; NW' of NW'4 H. 32, T. C t f, W.. $10.00. II - lirougliloll WIKKinr it Co. lu Akorson (iooch & Co.; uiid T. 7 N.. It. 2 W., and ml 3. T. 6 N., It. 2 W., $10,000. Mary Dennett and O. 1). Hen- !D V. II. Coffee and Anna M. . lot 4 und purt of lot 3, lilock ryunt'ii 1st Addn. to Clatskanle mil III S. 8, T. 7 N., It. 4 W., jo. jti X -Western Cooperage Co. rK l. Haxton; WV4 of W 14 I' of HK't H. If, T. 6 N., It. Iim 00. mnhia Itlver Door Co. to J. 11 unio; loin 9 and 10, Mock 7, ihurd's Addn. to Rainier, $400. VII II .Herman Kamma and W Kuiiiina to Kdward Gustavo uii Wist, Jr.; land In H. 30, T. t. 1 W.; S. 31. T. 4 N., II. 1 W.; r 2 N , It. 2 W.; H. , T. 3 N., IV. ats and cougars ' bounty offered by tho county ' it ii i n for the scalps of produtory flH. 1h iiulto au Inducement to Am lo help rid tlio county of ij destructive and sometimes vlc JiJurniiiliTB. March record of sculps turned i wh tlmt these unlmals aro mill 4 I'" rouH In mountain ranges 1 that wo liavo a number of -i.tr who Ihik tho game. T!e following la the March roport en from tho scalp bounty roc- It tho court Ikiuho: Hose, 14 wild cata. W. Kinder, five wild cata and cougars. Aiw Newman, nno wild cat. J.lfVls tlllvlM. nltft ivivnla Er. Johnson, tliree wild cuts. 400 YEARS hoirliKim displayed a cuno groat who sot- JAI'oiit tho oldeHt I1' I' hug boon fund hero lutolv la lied by (. w. VoHtBl of ltoul H Iihh boon In the family B liiuiiled down from gonera f to Kenoratlon for four liun f 1 iirn. It was cut in South i'lfiid nnd brought to this f'"ry ly Mr. Veatel "ilfKther In 1844 f 1,1 North Carolina. Tho is of natural shape, like eiieiuiod limb. The varloty woi'd Is unknown, but we ull Jllclxo It In ha of ! 'rn fiiiniiv ua o....A i f i " lunm 111 W- P'n of whore the thorns wore uimea 0ir, Tll6 can8 pemp. fld not bring two bits In an f" miirkot but you couldn't up onough money to buy v'Htol uses It when ho nines up. t I mm mm mm mm mm mm m lUIinilunn... bounty (Vrk I bnrehy iinnounto myBelf mi He. publican cnn.lldalo for r election to tho ofllco of County Clerk r.t tho ITi marles. May 19. 1910, Hiil.Jx t to tho approval of electors. A. V. I1AKNKTT. AKBCHMOr To tho voters of Columbia county I huruby aniiiMincn mywilf UH a candi date on tlio llepuhllciii, ticket for ro noinlnatlun to tho ofllco of County Assessor, at tlio coming prlimtry .Men tion, to bo held May 19, 19 io, ull, ask your kind, deliberate consldoru-u,)n- W. lll.AKKSLKV. ('.Minty HcIiimiI HiiH-rlnleiileiit To tho voters of Columblu County.! I hereby aiuidiiiifn mvui.ir ilale for nomination to the ofllco of County Hchool Hiiierliiteinient, sub ject to tho decision of the Uepulillcun volors at the comlnK i'rlmury Klep tion to bo held May 19, 1910. J. W. AI.I.EN. ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. APRIL 14, 1916 l or t 'iiiiiiiiisxloiii'r To till) Voleril of Colnml,!., I hereby announce myaelf 11 h a Uo- pumicnn cunniiiato Tor nomination to the Ofllco Of CiilllilV I'i.miimIuu ut tlio May I'rlmary Klectlon. JAMKH KKNNKDAV, Jr. CoiiinilHhloiier To tho voters of Coluiniiln .,,n,,tv 1 hereby announce iiiyni-ir uh 11 can didate on the Republican ticket Tor rononilnittlon as County CoiiiiiiIbhIoii er at th coming I'rimary election to ne nem on llio 19th day of May, 1916. and ask vour iliih,.rr,i,. slderatlon. I have been u reHlilenl of county for 30 yeurs; nnd with lit months experience n County Com missioner. 1 believe I 11111 i 11 1 1 11 ... I .,, glvo the taxpnyers a JiihI and econom-' iciu aommiHtraiion or county unalrs; I am CHIieclnlly favorable to from! rouds. A. K. HAItVKV. IMHtrlct Atlorney ,.,.,'i!r!1 ."' M(,t,,k"r of t- Helens Is a u idm 0 for the Republican nomi nation for District Attorney, at the 9 mt N,""lmitl"8 Kloctlon, May ConiiiilHMioner TO tllO VOtura if I'nlnml.lfl 4... " " . vwiuiuuia tuuill. llonry Ruddlman, candidate for uuniy v oinniiHHioner on the Repub ll011" tU:k!t at tno 1rllnary Klectlon. "u in, lain, i nave been a resi dent of Columbia county for 25 years. If I am nominated nnd hlnetmi i win ! perform tho duties of thn nfn in u,n bent of my ability, and In doing this imiiuve can irlvn thn IflrnuvaFD t.t Columblu county an honest adminis tration. HENRY RUDDIMAN, Mist, Oregon. County Treasurer To tho voters of Columbia county: I hereby announce myself a candidute for renomlriutlon to the office of County Treasurer on the Democratic ticket, at the I'rlmary Klectlon to be hold May 19th, 1916. R. S. HATTAN. (Viunly I'lerk To the Members or thn rifxiwicrni t, Party and tho Electors of Columbia County: 1 hereby nnnminrn mv rumUiliiftv for the noinitiiit Ion on tloi I ii.iiin.rni. Ic ticket for the ofllco of County Clerk of this county. I have been a resilient or tlio county 27 years con tinuously Hlld llHVO hcctl ll tnvttfivnr In the county for tho past 18 yours. much a resilience tins given ino In- " t l J. V. McDONAI.I) (il.EN R. MKTSKER I desire to nnnouiiro to the peoplo or ( olumhln county that I shall bo a candidate for nomination to the of llco of District Atlorney for Colum bia county, subject to tho Republican i'rlmarlea, May 19, 1916. If elected, will conduct the uf- iairs or the orilce In the sumo ener getic, coni'.clcutlous and successful manner that I huve handled my priv ate practice. I will guarantee to tho jieople of Columbia county a sane. Intelligent, honorable and judicious administration of thn ofllco. I usHert this as no Idle bouut or empty prom ise Incapable of fulllllment; ,ul bona thin guarunteo backed by my record, experience and success us u lawyer. I believe that this ofllco, us Import ant as It Is to the taxpayers, tho peo ple generally, and to most of the other public officers of tho county, should not be regarded either us a plaything or a training school. Circuit Judge Itcprescntative I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the nomination for Rep resentative, subject to the will of the Republican voters at I'rlmary Klec tlon, May 19. If nominated and elected I will be strictly attentive to tho business of the HOHslon In a bus iness way and guard every interest affecting the taxpayers of Columbia county and the state of Oregon. O. J. EVKNSON. St J. A. EAKIN .T A.. Uahlll, M4U.l4 frir fM-nult Judge on tho Republican ticket at the i'rlmury Election, May 19th, 1916. I respectfully submit my niimo to the voters of this Judicial District for nomination us a candi date for tho ofllco of Circuit Judge. If nominated ami elected I will, in tho futuro, us in tho past, to the best of my ability administer the duties of the oftlco honestly, fairly und im partially to all. formation which would be valuable In au ofllco of this kind and my ac quaintance throughout the county will warrant tho statement that I will! give efficient service If elected to the ofllco. I llioreforo submit my cundl- ducy to tho electors of tho county. Respectfully, j. w. Mcdonald. Sheriff Tn thn voters of Columbia county: I hKreliv niinoiince mvself us u can didate for tho Sheriff's office, and if nominated and elected will glvo the Diibllp. the best servlco and the most economical administration In my power. I hnvo served os a peace 1 v;.' . . :' I J. L. CIIITTIM District Attorney To the voters of Columbin county: In announcing my candidacy for the Republican nomination ns District At torney of this county, I wish to make tho following statement: I have been u resident of Columblu county since. 1S95, except a few years spent lu Portland whilo securing my legal training. If I am nominated and elected, I will endeavor to the best of my ability, to enforce the law strictly and Impartially, but I will never, through any motive, knowingly per secute anyonn. I will conduct the office us economically as consistent with good business judgment, nnd I will have no campaign promises to keep or fulfill. KHEI) V. HERMAN. CIRCUIT COURT NOTES S. E. Lewis vs. E. D. Kellur et al. foreclosure; tuken under advisement. C. J. Curtis vs. Christine Saline, uttorney fees; verdict for $355.92. Carl Murke vs. Olga Murke; de cree of divorce. Alessutidiua Vlsco vs. Albert Vls co; decree of divorce. Daisy Klein vs. Lewis W. Klein, divorce; referred. J. V. McDonald vs. City of Cluts kunle, to enjoin pnvlng certain streets; taken under advisement. Millard Truex vb. May Truex, ad ministrator; order appointing guard ian ad litem. In the circuit court Thursday, the case of the St. Helens Lumber Com pany vs. P. T. Evans, was set over until next term of court. officer through throo ndminlstrutions for the city of St. Helens. I nm a be liever In an Impartial enforcement of the law nnd a clean campaign nnd administration. I ask your kind and deliberate consideration nt tho Pri mary Election to bo held May 19, 1916. J. L. CIIITTIM. J NOTICE Helena nA A t, m 4A Is hereby given, that the E.OIIlicIl i.t - . ... F". "as sot Saturday, April 16, 'in-up day. Jl clean-up day has boon ordered P Ity Hoalth Officer, and all ns are urged to co-operate. ,!Vou.r. Kttrl'"Ke and refuse r11 It Will llA knnaaulLla ... fw wagon, which will be sure to Assessor I heroby announce myBelf a candi date for the office of county Assessor, subjoct to the decision or mo jiepuii lican votors nt primary election, Muy 19. I have been a resident of Co lumbia county for 36 yenrs and n tnxpayor for 20 yours. It nominated and eloctod I promlBO an honost and jUBt administration of tho ofllco with eual justice for a.l. nENNETT Treasurer I heroby announce myself ns Re publican candlduto for the ofllce of County Treasurer, subject to the de cision of electors nt primaries. Muy 19tji EDWIN ROSS. HherllV i i i... ..n niVHnlf ns n Re- l liemiiji uiiiixi , ir publican candlduto for ShorlfT. 11 v .... ...ill n,.titttiiin nomlnniod nno eiecie.i, to dlscluirgo tho duties of tho ofllce lN'preseutiitive Announcement of principles of Albert W. Mueller, Republican can didate for Representative, ns filed Willi Secretary of Stnto: "If nomin ated and elected to tlio oftlco of Rep resentative, 1 will, during my term of ofllco make all effort to enact laws founded on principles of justice anil eiiuul rights to all peoplo and such laws that promoto the greatest hup- plnenB, benellt r.nu good to me uirg est number of peoplo. I believe in Practical and sane rouu legislation. Tho election of all road officers. Stalo aid for inter-county high ways. The successor of an officer's unex oired term should hold tho ofllce un til the next olection only. Laws regulating the snio ana Bior ago of farm und dairy products. Earlier opening of fishing season. Limiting tonnngo of extra heavy motor trucks on our highways. i.'-,.,i,.i7 niwl luminous aro menaced on account of high tnxos nnd to rem edy such conditions I wouiii wors. ror LOWER APPROPRIATIONS nnd Ar-Aivar All. EXTRAVAli ANCE nnd thereby hold out Inducements to men to settlo our unoccupied iiiiuis m i, ,,n, nnd I will live ui) to It Is: LESS TAXES, FEWER and HKT- TER LAWS, MORE COMMON SENSE, NO CLASS PRIVILKOK." ALIIERT W. MUKLLER. DR. ENNA'S MUSICALE The musicule given in the city hull by Prof. Emit Ennn, presenting MIsb Mildred Allen and Harlan Turner, was the musical event of the season, MIhs Allen, pianist, nnd Mr. Turner, violinist. The program wus opened by Miss Allen with prelude in C sharp major by Rachmaninoff, which she rendered with ease and reudy technique to u select und appreciative nudience. Mr. Turner played second mazurka llV W tun I . -. - . " .w und minuet by lleethoven in a pleas ing manner und was greeted with en thusiastic applause. Mrs. L. R. Rutherford sung April Rain by R. Huntington Woodman, tn her blythe, cheery stylo and In good volco. She responded to an Insistent encore with another bright little song which was enjoyed as much as the first. Miss Allen displayed a thorough understanding of music in the ren dition of Sonata Pnthetiuue Op. 13, lleethoven, one of his most difficult compositions, repeated uppluuse showing tho appreciation of tho au dience. Mr. Turner gavo tho closing num bers, Souvenir by Drdln, Ilumoresquo by Dvorak i nd Perpetual Motion by Mohn, which culled forth rounds of uppluuse. Prof. Enna Is to ho congratulated upon presenting two such finished pupils nnd St. Helens for having them. Prof. Ennu by request played selec tions from Schumann. Prof. Ennn plays In u brilliant and masterly man ner and thoso present enjoyed the op portunity of bnvlng so nblo an artist. PORTLAND TO SAN FRANCISCO IN 30 HOURS I t THE NORTH BANK ROAD AND S. S. NORTH ERN PACIFIC Steamer Express leaves Portland 9 A,. M., Astoria 12 M., and S. S. NORTHERN PACIFIC SAILS Sat., April 1; Thurs., April 6; Tues., April 11; Sat., April 15 ; Thurs., April 20; Tues.,April 25; Sat. April 29 FARES to San Francisco, including Meals and Berth First-Class, outside room, $20; in side room, $17.50. Tourist outside room, $15; inside room, $12.50. Third class, $8. THROUGH TICKETS TO LOS ANGELES, SAN DIEGO AND OTHER CALIFORNIA POINTS. COMBINATION STEAMER OR ALL-STEAMER ROUTES. THE BEAUTIFUL SAN DIEGO EXPOSITION is continued this year. ROUND TRIP TO LOS ANGELES, $55; SAN DIEGO, $61.50. J. O. DIVENS, Agent HOULTON , t t. St. Helens Restaurant REMODELED, REFURNISHED TRY US FOR CLEAN, WHOLESOME MEALS SHORT ORDERS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT FOOT OF COLUMBIA STREET M. ROSENTHAL i-mimcY WAISTS DIRECT SHIPMENT KKOM NEW YOKK LACE WORK DRESS GOODS SHOES MEN'S FURNISHINGS TO TENNIS PLAYERS As wo are in need of Immediate cash, all players nro asked to pay tbolr annual dues either to Lawrence Duvies or L. G. Ross ns soon us con venient and membership cards will bo furnished. The following rates for 1S1G: adults, male, $5.00; fe mule, $3.50; High School pupils, $3.50 for school seuson. St. Helens dulry wants your milk nnd cronm orders. Phone 107. Rev. J. F. Mowery, who hns been East for several months past, arrived In St. Holens Wodneadny. Mrs. Mow ory, who Is in California, is expoctod in a few dnys. Clean-up day Saturday. Huve your old enns nnd trnsh rondy to be carted away. County School Superintendent I hereby announce myself as a con-j didate for the nomination to tlio i ofllco of County School Superintend- out on tho Republican ticket ut the! Muy Primary Election. II. E. HECK. Representative I hereby nnnounco my candidacy for the Republican nomination for Representative from Columblu coun ty My platform will bo "Constant vigilance and effort In the Interests of the taxpayers." My slogan will bo: "lluslness Instead of Politics." J. L. ZIPPERER. H. M. TERRY THE MOTOR TROUBLE MAN ExMit Machinist. llrinx your unto troubles to me. Murine work n HHHialty. Shop nt St. Helens RnruKP. Phono 57 PRICKS ALWAYS HKASONAHLK THE CELEBKATED BERGMANN SHOE Awarded Gold Medal P. P. I. E. San VVancisoo, 1015. loggers' Cruisers, Miners and Sportsmen. Men's Comfort Dress Shoes. Strong Shoes for Hoys. Manufactured by THEO. 11KRGMAXX SHOE MFG. CO. I21 Thurman Street PORTLAND, ORE. ASK EOK THE BERGMAXX WATERPROOF SHOE OIL AT Ol'U LARGE STORE VOL WILL ALWAYS FIND A LARGE STOCK OF DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE AT REASONABLE PRICES. OUR GROCERY STOCK IS COMPLETE LARGE LINE OF DRESS AND WORK SHOES NEW LINE OF DRESS GOODS BEST QUALITY AND AT REASONABLE PRICE JIST ONE TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU Phono 35 A. T. KIBLAN HOULTON (WEST ST. HELENS) 10 to 25 per cent Discount on Dressers and Chiffoniers until May 1st only. All up-to-date goods. MADE in OREGON E. A. ROSS FURNITURE UNDERTAKING to the best or my ,.,,., K. C. STANWOOD. K E. QUICK, City Recordor.