Newspaper Page Text
(Concluded from hist week.) Oj this day comes on for further cousidcrntiou by the Court, the claims of Mr. F. E. Malmberg In the amount of $1515.00 on account of damages to h'.ud and well ou recount of the construction of a County road nnd tho Court being now fully ad vised lc tho matter, it Is ordered by the Court that the Cle.-k bo rnd lie is hereby Instructed and authorized to issue a General Fund Wnrrr.nt In the amount of $100.00 as full pay ment for all claims cf tho said F. K. Malmberg against Columbia County on account of damage to well or land. On this day it appearing to the Court that heretofore certain bills amounting to $328.92 were allowed and paid from the District Rhad Fund of Road District No. 6 while same should have allowed and be?n paid from the funds in special tux for Ror.d District No. 6, it Is there fore ordered by tho Court that the amount of $32$. 93 be trrrsferrod from the funds in Special lined Dis trict No. 6 to the funds In Road Dis trict No. 6, 1915 tax roll collections. On this day claims against the County as heretofore filed with the Clerk of the Court were examined and allowed in tho various amounts as carried out on the face of said claims, being as follows: General County Kund. C. O. Howe, draftsman, fl .00; Frank Bishop, chairman, $1.25; II. E. Abry, exp. as roadniasior, $19.00; O. E. Farnsworth, $S05; U. E. Farnsworth, assistant roadmr.ster. $100.00; Emll Messing, chainman, $17.50; Ed. Sessenian. clu.inman, $10.00; Walter Parker, chainninn. $10.00; AV. T. Brown, $17. ".0: R. W. Duncan, chainman. $2. 50; Ed win Meyer, $5.00; L. J. Van Orsho ven, county surveyor, $$1.95; L. J. Van Orshoven, county surveyor. $33.39; H. G. Smith, work for sur veyor, $50.00; Dan Paulson, work for surveyor. $24.20; John E. Smith, work for surveyor, $1S 75; S, Ras per, work for surveyor, $6.00; Daily Record Abstract, prtg. notices, $20.30; H. J. Duncan, auto to road master. $26.40; Clatskanio Chief, printing notices. $4.30: A. it. Melis. drawing jury list, $3.00; J. II. Ald r'.dge. drawing jury list. $2.00; Ras mus Larson, drawing jury list. $2.00; Bessie Hattnn, stenographer for clerk, $58.75; A. F. Baruett. post age, $20 00; Glass & Prudhomme. supplies to clerk, $4. SO; Glass & Prudhomme, supplies to clerk. $7.5$; Glass & Prudhciume, supplies to clerk, $22.63; John Conrad, supplies to clerk, $3.50; Bushong & Co., sup plies to clerk, $7.50; Gertrude Phil lips, work for sheritf, $58.75; Ketu rah Dixon, work for sheriff. $35.00; J. B. Wilkerscn. work for sheriff, $35.00; Wra. Phillip3, work for sher iff, $37.50: Chas. Brown, postage, $31.00; Chas. Brewn, expense as deputy sheriff, $14.70; Puzey & Fljron. work for sheriff. $15.50; Hin sou & Lara bee, work for sheriff. $2.00: S. a7 Turner, work for sher iff. $13.85; I. E. Knowies. work for sheriff, $5.00; J. M. Lindsay, work for sheriff. $4.50; A. R. Melis. $3.00; A. T. KIBLAN Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes Groceries Our Prices Are Right . Our Goods Are Right A. T. KIBLAN Phone 35 FOR GOOD PLUMBING COME TO ME PLUMBING. STEAM HEATING and SHEET METAL WORKS I also carry a full line of Stationary Wash Tubs and Bath Room supplies. One of my specialties is Steam Heating and Fitting. R. CONSTANTIN St. Helens,- GEO. II. SHINN, Pres. Columbia County Abstract Company ST. HELENS, OREGON The only complete abstract system in Colum bia County, Oregon. BEST WORK Police Dept., work for sheriff, $7.00: Sam Alexander, work for- sheriff $6.00: J. F. Johnson, work for sher iff. $2.36; II. M. Terry, work foi sheriff, $7.50; E. O. Stanwood, ex pense as sheriff, $46.55; Homer T Bennett, deputy assessor, . $68.75; Marie Paulson, clerk for assessor $7.50; Homer T. Bennett, expense n deputy assessor, $45.05; C. W Bli-kesley. expense as assessor $11.55; Martin White, expense at deputy assessor, $19.50; Bushong & Co., supplies to assessor, $7.80; Bushong & Co.. supplies to assessor ! $27.50; Clatskanio Chief, printing for treasurer, $ .65; Kilhe.m Sta. Prtg. Co.. supplies to officers. $28.01: Pac. Tel. & Tel. Co., telephones. $32.40; M. Rosenthal, repairing flag, $ .75: St. Helens Light & Powei Co., lights, $12.50; A. S. H'rrisci! & Co., supplies to janitor, $1.80: A. G. Ixug. supplies to janitor $3.10; R. Constantine, supplies tr janitor, $3.00; M. II. Alvord. wort for district attorney. $30.00; R. S Hattan, postr.se, $5.00; Judson Weed, county commissioner. $93.20; A. E. Harvey, county commissioner $76.25; Rainier Reviow prtg. Court proceedings. JS1.90; Crandall Rob erts, auditing hooks, $75.00: T. S White, burial of Hicks. $30.00: Dr A. J. Peel, examination of insane $5.00; Dr. A. J. Peel, examination of insane, $5.00; Dr. Edwin Ross examination of insane, $5.00; Dr Edwin Ross, examination of insane $5.00; J. W. Allen, school superin tendent expense, $20.00; J. W. Allen postage. $10.75; M. E. Allen, clerk for superintendent. $65.00; H. J Southard, truant officer, $3.00; Jessi Jnme3, registrar, $6.00; Dr. J. L Wooden, registrar. $5.00; I-. O. Vad nats, registrar. $1.50; I. P. Spencer, registrar, $1.25: Dr. C. L. H;-.t field registrar. $1.50; Dr. L. G. Ross health officer, $60.60: J. M. Bur head, fruit Inspector. $59.95: Mil?. Mason, care of Hughes. $20.00; Wil lis Deal, care of Ball. $25.00; Rain ier Pharmacy, supplies to Ball $6.30; George" Market, supplies tf, Br.dy, $1.90; Clatskanie Liverv Transfer Co.. burial of Hicks. $5.00: Watts & Price, supplies to Morgan $8.35; T. B. Lott. rent to Pease $4 00; Hall Co.. supplies to Glad $1.30; A. S. Harrison & Co., sup plies to Anderson. $7.30: Plaza Pharmacy, supplies to county charges. $16.35; J. J. Purney. supplies to Enneberg. $10.00; Peterson's Cash Store, supplies to Pease, $15 70: Fred Trow, supplies to count?' charge. $9.37; Pacific Brick Co-, poor farm. $14.85: Dr. C. E. Wade aid to Mrs. Roy. $6 00; S. M. Cade, supplies to Pe?.se, $2.25; J. J. Pur ney, supplies to Enneberg. $10.00; J. R. Miller, supplies to Glad, $2.70: Fred Trow, supplies to county charge, $15.00; R. Constantin, sup plies to jail, $1.90; J. F. Kearney, sealer of w. & M., $27.89: Indepen dent Auto Co.. county Ford. $10.49; Independent Auto Co., rep;;ir county Ford. $75.42: St. Helens Mist, sup plies to roadmaster. $9.00; St. Hel ens Mist, notice to coutrrctors. $15. SO; St. Helens Mist, supplies to sheriff. $12 00; St. Helens Mist, sup plies to clerk. $5.00; St. Helens Mis:, supplies to treasurer, $1.30; St. Hel ens Mist, publishing Court proceed ings, $41.00; St. Helens Mist, sup Houlton (West St. Helens) Oregon L. R. RUTHERFORD, See. LOWEST PRICES plies to school superintendent $16.00; O. A. Erlckson, supplies ti poor farm. $20.35; Llllie 11. Taylor supplies to Pease, $3.00; ClutskanU Drug Co., supplies to Hloks, $2.75: Smith A. Tumor, work for sheriff $3.25; C. W. Grant, supervisor No 1, $70.00; IT. W. Clark, supcrvlaoi No. 3, $87.50; John Burns, super visor No. 4, $77.00; F. Anliker supervisor No. 5. $162.5; T. J. Flip pin, supervisor No. 6, $73.50; F. A llurnham, supervisor No. 7, $10.50; Kdlin Peterson, supervisor No. 8 $66.25; T. it. Mills, supervisor No 9. $80.50; J. M. Pointer, supervisoi No. 10, I; 7.50. District Road Fund. Dlst. No. 1. C. J. Sandstrom, $S0 00: Fred Grant, $103.50; O. D. Garrlsoa $27.60; Chas. Wikstrom, $46.00; I. Brown. $38.75; C. G. Couch. $31.25; Ed Heimuller. $31.87; J. T. Bennett $22.50: E. Bennett, $22 50: Chas Grant, $13.12; Ed Heimuller. $17.50: a. W. Grant. $ .25; Howard Ceo per Cor. $12.35; Watts & Price $7.75. Plat. No. Lemont, S. $10 00: John A. Popeioy. Geo. II. Goodman, $45.47; U $17.81; E. Allen. $50.82; Wm Drew. $35.00: P. 11. Veaile. $66.00; W. E. Barnes. $31.62; John Beth man. $12.50; John Q. Gnge. $54.38; J. B. Hanson, $50 94: W. H. Ftxon $36.75; Ernest Kelley. $20.00; H N. Hooper. $46.50; G. W. Kelley $5.00: Olof Wilson, $5.00; Jeff Bra dy. $11.25 John Donohue. $20.00: W. Kennedy. $12.50: Alec Spcnco $25.63: R. Veaxie. $10.00; Cloves Clark. $13.58; H. J. Anderson. $52.00: J. F. Smith. $5.00; J. H. trie, $5.00, $22.00; P. C. Crouse. $10.00; H. R. Smith, 5010; Mrs A. Zigler. $20.00; St. Helens Lum ber Company. $14.20; Hodson-Fee-n-ughty. $92 87: A. T. Kiblan. $5 25; Newell Ward, $2.00; City Garage. $3.74: Standard Oil Co., $9 90; St Helens Hardware Co., $11.15: Stand ard Oil Co.. $3.30; Frank Wilkir.s. $29.30; Geo. H. Lemont, $16 00: Hodson-Feenaughty Co., $16.46; Howard Cooper Cor., .$8.58; R. Con stantin, $8.85. Dist. No. 4. G. Seldel. $35.63; C. McConnell, $8.75: Wm. Renxe'.man, $32.50; Win Burns. $15 00: R. F. Miller. $2 50: M. Karr. $10.00; S. S. Craig. $5 0Q; Ray Gaittcns. $2.50; G. Jaspers. $1.55. Dis: J. E. Truman, ser, $32.50; E No. 5. $47.50; Julian Wa H. Blake. $40 09: R. Welter. $5.00; Geo. Fowler. $20.00; Hodson-Feenaughty Co, $40.56; Hodson-Feenaughty Co. $45.45. Dist. No. 6. ! W. L. Marshall, $27.50: W L Marshall. $27.50: Geo. Carrigan $1.25; Geo. J. Williamson. S19.40: I. M. Fowler. $20.65: C. K. Brant. $$.75; C. W. Brays. $25 00; A. Carl son. $21.25; C. M. Briggs. $2 ; W. H. Cole. $27.50; X. Ferra; $22.20; Erton Alston. $35.00: W. L. Brown, $3.75; Carl Erlckson. $2 .; W. C. Wager. $9 35; 11. S. Burn ham. ;$3.50; C. Cole. $17.85; Jas. Lowe, i $3.40; Elmer James. $2 50: C, At kins. $12 50; B. Bates. $5.00: I- H. I Raymer. $3.75: C. L. Girt. $2 50: ;W. R. McKee. $16 50: A. P. Conibs. $6.85: X. Nelson, $17 50: A. A Anderson, 417.50; J. E. Johnson. $5.50; F. O. Blair. $70 50; Wm. Rob erts. $53.50; John Wilson, $94. 00; Hodson-Feenaughty Co., $19.85; W. I. Shultz. $4.15; A. LeBire, $2S.25; B. W. Ixman. $7.00: Carleton Lewis, $13.00; American Export Lumbor Co., $6.24; W. L. Marshall. $40 00; Rassmussen i Co.. $25 .SI. Rocd Dirt. No. 7. E. L. Anderson. $5 00; Albert Price, $10.00; Anton Novonty. $10.00; M. A. Fogel. $10 00; Jack Fickle. $7.50: W. F. Sheets. $500; W. F. Sheets. $5.00; Cha. Hcndrick son. $10.00; F. A. Rurnham. $22 50; S. Wadeau. $11.50; California Tro jan Powder Co.. $9.00; California Trojan Powder Co., $256.47; A. L. Clark. $1.666 95. Road Dist. No. . Clatskanie Livery & Transfer Co., $7. SO; Paul Hedlund. $5.00; J. Ca lilll. $5.00; John Bachmann. $1 25; H. Magnusen. $5 00; Martin Aai noidt. $5.00; F.. Malmberg, $2.5; Edlin Peterson. $5.00. Road Dist. No. 9. E. W. Sheeley, $1.87; R. W. Dun can. $17.50; Walter Parker. $12.50; Geo. Trageser. $32.50; Tbo. Petti john. $2 50; B. F. Rogers. $3.75; A. P. Willing. $42.00; Chas. Smith. $21.87; V. Christensen. $10 00; E. lavender. $16.25; Louis Boeck. . ; $11.25; R. Sesseman, $22.50; O. B. I Malmston, $14.37; E. Sescm2n. r $11.25; Wm. McDaniel, $1125; H. j Christenien. $11.25; Emil Messing. : $9.37; G. D. Van Blaricom.' $2 6u; ; J. W. Rose. $5.00; C. A. Mill, j $14.16; M. J. John. $6 00; T. B. 1 Mills. $10.00; Emil Messing. $3 00: , California Trojan Powder Company. ,$244.19; G. B. Smith, $64.(5. , I Road Dist. No. 10. E. A. Davis. $10.00; W. R Buno, ! $12.50; Walter Bolton. $5 00; Dan : Irwin. $12.50; H. C. MeKanney.l $12 50: R. E. Creawell, $12.50; A I E. Martin. $10.00; Max Shadinger. . j $7.50; S. E. Atchlnson. $10 00; W. j H. Pointer, $15.00; T. W. Irwin.' $10.00: California Trojan Powder 'Co.. $60.40; SI Nader u, $2.00; Wik-' strom Lumber Co.. $1.63. ; Spec. Dist. No 6. E. F. Koble. $45.00; X. P. Simon ' $27.5; J. H. Moore. $22.50; Julian Wassor. $10.00; O. J. Link. $49 00- I. M. Link, $23.75; C. C. Fowler. $27.50; Geo. Cooper, $15.00; Arthur Cooper. $22.50; Lloyd Near, $6.25; San ford Gowen, $7.50; Geo. Makio Ier. $10 00; J. W. Raines. $31.25; John C. Smith. $18.75; O. R. An- jliker. $16.25; Victor Anderson,. 115.75; John McKle. $13.50; W. F. I v t r-nr (11 t- V. . t i i - - " . riaui names. $37.50; G. W. Jordan. $75.00; C, Link. $35.00; R. Anliker, Jr.. $10.00- 1 Hay Grinshaw. $5.00; J. E. Truman'! $12.00; P. Anliker. $63.75; F. L.i Clark. $99.60; R. Anliker, $17,978 F. Bishop. $6 85, Spec. Road Dist. No. 7. H. F. Kilby, $31.60; Walter Kel lar, $7.50; Homer Kell.-r. $10.00 Whereupon Court adjourned until May 4, 1917. ' j May 4th, 117. 3rd Juctal Dry.! On this day Mr. C. W. Miller pre-j senti to the Court bis written resig-i nation of the office of Constable of District No. 2 In Columbia Coui Oregon, and tho Court being advised In the matter. It is ordered thai aald resignation bo and tho samo Is here by accepted. . , , On this day It Is ordered by the Court Hint the Clerk bo a-id ho Is hereby Instructed and authoriied to issue a General Fund Worraut In fa vor of Mr. I. G. Wikstrom In the amount of $400.00 in full payment for land purchased from tho said Wikstrom for the purpose of n rock qui-.rry. n.i this dav comes on for tho con sideration of the Court the written statement of tho Tax Collector and tho assessor setting forth the fact that certain tax in the amount of $205.94 has been unlawfully as sessed to the Reason Timber Com pany and tlmt same should bo can celled, and the Court being r.dvised in the matter, It Is ordered that tin' said tax so assessed In the amount of $205.94 be and tho same Is here by cancelled. Ou this day comes on for con sideration of the Court tho applica tion of Mr. C. B. Harris ct ux.. sup ported' by a statement of tho tax collector, asking for tho cancellation of certain tax assessed on account of Fire Patrol, in the amount of $4.99. said statement setting forth the facts that the land on which the tax U assessed Is his homo and resi dence and is not subject to tax on account of such Fire Patrol, and the Court being advised in the matter, it is ordered that said tax in the amount of $4.99 be and the s:mejs j hereby cancelled. I On this day comes on for tho con ! sideration of the Court the eppllca i tion of the Columbia County Bank j lor the remission of certain tax In the amount of $1.84 on account of ' tax assessed against the property of c. L. Smith and paid by tho Colum- bia County Bank, said applicutlo i : being supported by the Tax Col lector's statement that said amount of $1.S4 had been collected twice on the samo tax and that said amount . should be remitted to tho Columbia County Bank, and tho Court being fully advised in the matter, it is or dered by the Court that the Clerk be instructed and authorized to issue a General Fund Warrant in the amount of $14 payable to tho Columbia ; County Bank on account of such double collection. On this day comes on for the con sideration of the Court the written statement of the Tax Collector and the Assessor setting forth the fact that certain taxes in the amount of $30 50 and $14 St have been unlaw fully rwotsed to the S. P. & 8. Rv Co and that the same should be can celled, and the Court being fully ad vised in the matter, it Is ordered by atfee Court that the scid tax so as fd in the amounts of $30 50 and $14 S4 be and the same are hereby nneei'td. On thU !t comes on for the con fiiratkn of the Court the applica txa of the K. B. Holbrook Co. for ti.e CiBce:!ation of certain tax In the atLcact of $26 SS on account of the icrb:e assessment of certain prop erty t-e';onS'.ng to said Company, said pplkatka being supported by a stat?nKnt of the Tax Collector and the Asswsor wttin forth tho fact that uid double assessment had been errcneoufJy made and that said amount ti-ould be cancelled, and tho Court be.ng folly adviswi in the mat ter. It is ordered that said tax in the amouat of It 86 be and the same is hereby cancelled. Whereupon Court adjourned to May lth. 1917. SIMMONS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON. FOR THE COUXTT OF COLUMBIA. Chester B Buntendahl. Plaintiff, vs. Grace W. Buatecdahl, Defendant. To the above named defendant, Grace W. Eania-dLI: Ib tfce eaice of the State of Oregon yon are hereby required to appear and anrwer the complaint filed against to U tbe above entitled Court and C'aase on or before the 2nd day of Jsre. 117. said day being more tiaa fix weeks from after the 2 day cf April. 1917. the day of the first peMieatioa of this sum mons; aad if yo fail to so appear acd answer, for want thereof plaint iff wtil apply to the Court for tho reliefs prayed for In his complaint, to wit: TTsat the bond of matri mony now existing between plaintiff and defendant be dissolved, set aside and declared to be at an end abso lutely, and for such other and further relief a may teem to the Court to be meet aad equitable. An order for the publication of thi summon was made and entered In the above entitled Court and Cause on the 14th day of April, A. I). 1917, by the Honorable K. S. Hattan, a judge of the above entitled Court D. D. HAIL. Attorney for the Plaintiff. Date of first publication, April 20, 17 11. Date of laat publication June 1st 1917. IX THE COUNTY COURT FOR COL UMBIA COUNTY. STATE OF OREGON. In the Matter of the Estate of Aug ust William Schmidt, Deceased Notice i hereby given that the undersigned has been inui.j . - --ru,"l' W ecutor of tho estate of August Will lam Schmidt, deceased, by the Coun ty Court of Columbia County. State of Oregon, and ha qualified All person having claim against said estate are hereby notified to present' the same, duly verified i th. i signed, at room 708 Chamber of Corn-1 Vh" V ' urKoo. within tlx w.,w i rum mo aate hereof Dated this 9th day of April, 1917 HERMAN SCHvinV iV V tf II t rvv v 1 J n . L. LACHMAN. E. J. MENDEN? HALL, J. X. PEARCY, Attorney for Executor. HKE! FIRE! FIRE! FIRE! See E. E. Quick. St. Helen, and FininV Froper" ,n 1,18 Orison rill! i.,itf AsB?claUo' o' MrMinn vine Oregon. Do-t pu, t ff Mch6tf w. L. WARREN. Agent HIS LAST SERMON Burdened with yeara ami labor the ni.i nroupher lay upon hl couch, i waiting the call to crosa tho river. I Around him were gathered his dear onea and hla brothron, ministering 'as far os posulhle to every want. Ho liny illont for a time and one of his ! watcher auld: "Ho Is going soon." j Ho roused a llttlo, murmuring omo I thing no one understood, j "Raise my head," he aald. "U It time for the aormon? Tho lights are burning and the noiig Booms to have died away. Well, my text Is from Jesus, 'In tny Father1 house are many mansions.' You poor lowly ones, who dwell In cabin, remember It is mansion that await you, and you poor waning ones ruiin-iinx-i there are many of thorn. I am too weary to preach long tonight, my brethren. What I that I heart The music should not begin boforo Uio sermon I ovor. Strange voice, too; no, not trango; 'tin the wife of my early youth leading the choir, yen, and mother, too. I can't preach. Lot me lie down, and rest." The old pastor opened hi eye. In them wa a far away look. Raising hi head he said with great solem nity: "Let u pronounce the bene diction." "May grace, mercy nnd peace abide," an unintelligible murmur, ami mo nusn oi anence ca.no 10 uro- ken by the .ighlng of the watcher. A nl.l MMMrtAlhMB l. ,l fet ft M A . 1 hlu The old preacher had preached hi last sermon. Ex INTERESTING ITEMS np PflPFST MFWH Uf fUKWl INCWJ: The national forests of Alaska are' .elf-.untvortln. For the fiscal vear . - . . . -. ii tnoirrocoiptawero neany auuu,To th6 n,ve nime, defi!I1(iMli greater man the expenditure nece- ary to looking after them. More than a million head of .lock . .... graied on the national forest range ; In Oregon and Washington In 1916. Of this number 996.741 were sheep' nnd rnntii nnrl 1 F.7 T.HQ fattTn am! . . no', Reforestation work ha bet-n done on 26,000 acre of national forest land in Oregon and Washington since 1910. Present forest cervlce plan provide for reforesting 3,000 acre annually. The Wind Rlvrr nurserv mi tl... r ,.i,,, .i. ,.,, i , , Columbia national forest, near ar- mu. Ysn., uas an annual output or 1 two million young troe which are' (used In planting operation on the jtatlona, forest, of Washington and i"riB"n- j Four acre of national forest range will suDIiort a sIiwd and Itrienn rr a cow or horse during the grazing;! season in urogon and Wunhlngton A twenty-six day cleanup from the Logan mine near Grant Pass notted the owners $7,000 In gold and $1,000 In platinum. Through Service via Choice of Routes To the Centers of the East TWO HIGH CLASS T-RAINS DAILY PORTLAND SPOKANE CHICAGO CENTRAL OREGON "OWL" Standard and Tourist Sleepers between Portland and Bend, new industrial center and gateway t0 homestead lands. Week-end low round trip ares from Portland to Deschutes River Fish ing Resorts and Carson Hot Springs. AN OCEAN TRIP ON RAIL TIME TO CALIFORNIA The North Bank Road and SS. Northern Pacific. Lo fares include meals and berths. Leave St. Helens today, arrive San Francisco 3 :30 tomorrow afternoon. NEW PICTORIAL MAP OF COLUMBIA RIVER COUNTRY, PRINTED IN FIVE COLORS, FREE TO EASTERN ADDRESSES H. H. (Yoxler, AHt. (ie,,. W AKmU .ortnlMl Livery, Feed and Sale Stable DRAYINC AND TRANSFER All Butinets Promptly Attended To PHONE 15 WM. H. DAVIES . ST- HELENS, OREGON PREPARING EGGS FOK STORAGE Kkkh Hhould Not Be W,he4 M Oven Teniwrature U Nwei. It I essential that egg, ror m storage or preservation In wttcf gins, should be clean, yet they mg" not be whod. They must not t allowed to become dump, einw b allowing rata to fall upon ih,B c, by atorlnf them In a place which U alternately damp and coot and dry and worm. It U almost Impoulbli to -cold-storage an egg which I i. lowed to become moist on tho iUr. face. Washing remove the rauconi coating on the ahell, u,u alowD uuuivrm i puuuiraie mo llioll tnon easily. Dirty egg should b ai,. cardod. Tho egg should ho stored In i clean condition In a dry, cool pln. EgKl collected In case lot for i central cold-storage plant must never be stored, even for a nhort Urn, g the vicinity of a moisture, condenit. lion which appear on the urfucol the egg and cause bacterial growth. T. D. Beckwlth, professor of but- terlology at O. A. C. The Eugene Fruit Growers' Aim elation ha received a contract (or $400,000 worth of canned turnlpi, carrot, quash, cabbago and bctui. -.. . comnanv t ..... . B rcucUo0 , 10 ch for Irrigation. HI'MMONH ,N TIIE t'lKCUIT COURT OK THE STATIC OF OREGON FOIl COL- WMHIA- COUNTY. I Mtt.r?u'rlt? " ''I 'lntlfl, V. JUrrf I w. Faun, Defondant Harry w. Fall ,n 1,10 " of the fltrto cf 0r- on r0 "quired to ij pear and answer the complaint fll4 .R,Bt you , the ,.bove elll(W Court and Cause on or hifor the 2nd day of June. 1917. said da; te ilng more thr.n six week from tod 'nfter the zOth day of April. 1111, I tho day of tho first publication W this summons; and If you fail to i apper.r rnd answer, for want taereol, l-Hlntirf will apply to the Court lor p,B:,t Jlu' Tlllll the ,Mmdl matrimony now existing betwen ' plaintiff and defendant bo dissohsl, aaldo. and declared to be it u i end absolutely, and for such other ,, furU,or tviM nmy t0 h C ourt to be meet and eiiultablo An order fo.- the publlcatloa l m unttnona wa mndo and enters TuT 'oPa pX A' m. iby the Honorable R. 8. Hr.lUn, ' Judge In tho ahovo entitled Court 1 I). I). HAIL, I Attorney ror riantin. Date of first publication April 21, 1917. Ditto of lust publication June lit. 1917. Dr. Hume's Heave Drop cum heave. Prlco $1; for sale by w druggist. J. O. IHven. Atf' Ht. Helens PROP.