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Tha luri Jrrt'in Kraia (CoBtlnued from Uot weak) I1-. ..... i,...irlnic thn cominoilon. jUUH". -- , i out HOIWBUll mom vjii 'I wrath wh placated In coins '"'".M r..turn.Ml o Oglothorpo. A i IB .... f...ih i iiHiirii i'.tr - Kim t ii" ",,ili,,r "",t wl"'8 r,,a K fuKhior of a uilghty Chief- Buzzlrnut At .1.1- .. .. i mm salient po nt In tha en grossing narrative the author with Ing Into the rot, nodding i u. right Jauntily. "u'ng to us "Late for supper. na UM,,.,t ,,. ad ...orrlly enough but u, Im wen? Into the dlnlMK-roo,,, ,ia i (ttonK: "",nC' ttt U' """A 'lxokll ....I?0T.' "ay. Prnltled to roll- "r.""' 11 '"Kill I ha perceived ih. Hure enourh. tli.r ' ..... nn.l.. '" ."' lw We Vn .1 on great, flat rock ... VUKa o, uie 010- .,, B(jlo v . .. D,n' 01 ""rubbery; be- ,.n nyor- ,0 ,ll8r right un, was mo black gorRO .rough which the rlvor thundered, h"nJ",K. ' H,"h vr "ung - .u ,,,, moon, it wr.g weird It wan huautlful. Nfit ana ... i.i 1 " lo presence or a u critical audlunoe no, iidood our OglHthorpo was jointing , ie mountains, the wa- torn. evldontly rliaunodlxlng In poroses which, beln3 Inaudible, the .......v, uuuiu not nltlirncif- u 20. Hut I lin r,l r ... i. titters. The ft tit hi)! li r tan wnA writing Hoiiidthin? on hlu "hein.,n. .. :,V3 u'" "'"or. u "....i... ..r.u ni irlilv ( iliif. i.... .. " ""V" mo Iiiout' L. the uii"K"'" - .ii ui. na, a." fell l,v . . uiu rrlfiv y I f. i hit poverty m ... m. cnmpll"d l'r to do ik for this unthnugful Celt. '. l have observed l.erors. tne , , -- " " " perceived the ""Bl ii?.r O. noynlle did not dls- Ka" " J " I -new the - Hid iieiiriTUl curruin ui 1117 r- . , . -- evont- 1 . rb" Mi" visionary rambllngs. : ?lJ, h' 1 ,,BKBn to !luo., n(. 11 ' . i 1 1 nil l I li till ii vupau 1 iian .1 tt ha tu ..111IIH. IIIIHrflll 111' - ufliiiiiniHii gllV lae ' "O VfllLIIIK Hf kill Jl I1 1 W .n 1. 1.. 'L'tan o y frm.r but -ban-, JJjf P"ibly. also, ,0 ' w """tch-pad. As he did i the g 1 ... i.r. nsriiy o siami uiurim, ,.... ,i ....,, - . -"-o uini riy , --. , a m:i'j(j inuiun H,d To cull some unwonted me nrlor in 11 l"1" ,",U P"eiieo '"unea ,out of 11,0 ""ubbory r,nd Kin. ry l-nlstufflun glen, out . ,p, "',0 ,IB 'MKwit of Oglothorpe. ru?''? duP' Krtlod pair. F sffulr: I'1"1' of w,,,ch I i ind 1, .5,V0 """" of ''"Hterton ' b bor q-Uck!" whispered rh!m . eu with but n Inkling. ' ' ,,,y d"5"'' "nllHly de- 110 JuuK. as we wn 1, like a I" iii l.ls brain. UT'r 01 irony and oara. " ne told lu """"". ... .. j vinio masks. l!!?,.nf0w dsys I remembered that L .l,,"t,.(,jLn". Knle llno attache,, ! . We '"e'n on, untied the horses, f i.tl.-ss altitude of our "lobby ,Zvn ,, " , . co,n,orl one chill "lo our "'"idles and. wheel K had Rlvt-ii way to alertness, 1 'V, '" f! :"!,"ron lobby after V"1; "e(l. "cro" 11,8 ro!,d bo1"'"' t" .nd ninny whisperings. )c- ,""S'"'r' P.1". wlf a blissful ' J "' Iwn the old stago road w r .... - i.i-iv rnur ur iiiucninr iah ... " innaj wiiumi K'jVlK. wouh. make the do """"S' of eat- r ,M... u ii ml the Hi... to dmt. L"! c" ,,,e ie that I beheld kto 111 1 - ...,. conipouea me to slot) shi.n rrnm iiih t:uMi. wuiid .. . a. -1... T "i "r of 'lr-uppor. por 11, t .Udo ""'-Pleuou.iy ab nl. This was not the most strlk- flye others. Including Ollhooley whose eyes were sparkling with ex. clteiuont wore broad sombroros. S 7l "o iuitl from afar but i". Vrult-"' l"-2 ' rovoW: !;;Cioy .Uie circu.ust.mb.an, Zm Mi, .ffiS "'K: rv;rr.n.y..P.r,.p.once. y'lV ''ri'i!, Ikt u oi their chairs, literal!, on iL.TiT oxpectancy. ..,."8uch lnv Bry!" Ithought. nnr me! What Is It r.ll aboutT" ' :..v ... "ir.rn.ri. .'... ,,n 10 '""" myaelf I moved l ! Vr.r.'. . ' "AH this." he ,ld. witurln. to. miimM from the celling. Quits iuenlly lln. many of theso rustlu 11 Judge S coniioeni" inuii . in !,ll wa beruuso my finer Instinct LJj.llliallon which would lend them- VM 10 DO VHIII'I" w " 1 w niiuww 1111 L.-nnud. At any ' " u ; to me a chin wnicn 1 sunn not ai irtrtt rovritl. W'e were silting on t rtrntiua uiit suiinr, rciomui he hues or 11 glorious sunset, I' "m. ih. local loo-urlnter. Thev " B'""unng to- toward. ,h. inn. A mlnu, KS.r tt tns HllliMii .v.i".ru nun r I hardly tllOUKht vou d lin lnlor irod, cten-lbly at the Judge for ,Mlt , Zme Hut ?f you are bark. Hie alio scurried up ,f yu -Hiwl.- As statod, the former ,, you .. .7 f ibii,i Kta l'("'t.?"":"' J.n 1.. . I, v."' "H?P of fun- ''an you ride . horse?" tuiir .ujit". i assented; I confess the SDlrll of Ull." alioutod the nefarious : adventure 1. i I .!plr'L.r Uf.'but I suppose material n-1 Jul(C0 Kav. , , buckd, Unik'iis are negllglliln In the lives : f,.rtri.i. i, ,, " ,".' bcrlls... I prestima your Ideas WB,Hl Btld ,h.h,ni,ed 'J,, t lorm .!! on such a glorious , lnttMW! N(lw wlnl , "l1 t) tnl. ... : Heaven was the nuroosn of iIiIm viiiiat. Octfthorpe barely smiled an ao y object? --. Linnncs In these bantering suppo-! However so 11 .r l.rM In fact he seemed .not to; Am, wo py .. . .uw..i'.in. M ilifin much; he was glancing for what? fetallr t the "trahgoly forbidding , A rlu o,1 , ht nr went , , Ulrnance of the Job-prlntsr. m,a room; the door closed aeain and 'Mt. said ins Kimer solemnly, womiln rnn ,0 le jU(lKe,lie prfnt. til witnessed sight tills day ,er'a wife kith do hmior-lgvln' commuulty j ..Au roudyi JudKB she Bald tuhlr, ilsnd for.' ... I breathlessly, "she's tuklng him up -Kh " nriilntiiil lluzzlenut. .tart. .i. ... ...... .? . " I I n , , .Vm 11"0 t""un 10 snow nun me coioroa )l h Mi chair. 'What? I rocks In lbs moonlight." 1 -nil young gumoi. conunue.i iu , "Klne!" shouted Uulnut with fii.fr. cmiiiM,na iii. iioiiu uii wm-imninnso satisfaction. "Come on ;. 1 ", , e iubu out tne nacg door. A III love to u dif-nseloss Indian ; huncU of ,lorBell were lelllorod (0 lhe li , ., I back fence. Ht'fore we mounted the Thili not no' cried the victim judK0 said to me: "All you have to iriMiH i ... .. ... . f i ,' ., , . , no is 10 say nouiing, ioiiow us ana ,Tn! This serious," niuttered uok ,, '.i"'?". ,. . i We rode quietly along the white Bit it Inn I lri.r j 11 duo Mv stood. . - .......... 1 . . I , . . . . .llUBiy ruuu, wiurii lu.iunvu liio.liTr. to I met 1:1.. fin only ti ls morn- T,, ainyun WUs, perhaps, three .. null'., mm uiu 1.1. I'll lull 111 , .,.. ,.t n ml a .l.ou.l- u ilnrk .ch this Bemleiiiiiii .m-ni lri.il us ... .... ...... ..u ..1..' . . ... ... ... . .. ... , rour,g Bnu iiiriiioiiiiiK iiinco otcppi u wkward. but It was simply this: j0l lm(()Klt nlRlitn. Such was this k hid t r ed. 'Oh! look .1 th.k n. at v ........ .. .... .1.. .... 1. .,. ' ; . . .. " niKui: ereryiuiiiK too iiriuun, in. swrpmiron 1 your snoui.ier. and as ca,0,lw0ods. tho very stones shim wuiuinnuig on the opposite side. nu,rpd , le llvery radiance; I joiner arm uround to dash !t ott. ,,,, on u ,. trappings, 01 Val Ih.n (l.n lid- ..... mu n. a .. . ... . .. u , , ; " tim riders spurs; our raniastic au- My lird, Judge, the girl Is only ,1.,,. i.i,.,.ir ,.n..r...i i.v 11 .nil Ji""" , II wonHered If It had npt somewhat 1A1IP Vn nlKilln lukssnna null. I - . . . !1MiM. ..1.1 ...1" .:.:.! .:.... a.1 m,,,u ui i,,D jui,uo uuu "Moreover, who am 1 to sit 'ipon At ,,,, frt,m le 3xme n0 ? ., ?XPTr1 no ccrolllot, ivery pompous In tils snddlo. wo dls rtsllcllon here. Tut. tut. go to 1 ...;.i ..-i 1...1 . grove near the mouth of the cunyon iinupper. Mr. Dowatle nnd forgot li unhappy nilsunderstandlns. Hut run. you nc man." lie inusrhod. of a wotuan's wllos." iimi lie had gone tho Judge jrxln "llyly si the 01 hers. Al IUlirlfiri.il iil.xvn 1 11. m.I . rtlllnm nmjerluro rcHpecting tho 11a ir of thla cherlHbed plot sub roiia. rw nut tne time Is not ripe 1 ioe it. My M,Hplclons were 'Mlmifd a few evince Inter. cro senied. 11s ustiul aftor M reading, so were the rest; I was "Got over there, Jim, now, tnd see wliero tiiey nre, said tne judge 10 UIMV UI ll1 llllll. The man departed ou tils mission of espionage, and, before we had tied our horses securely, he was baca. "Thoy're down by tho rlvor 011 the old stage ronu: "Oli, begorry!" gurgled Ollhooloy. "Come on, now;" said the Judge, "not a sound, not a word." Led by tho mini wlio nan aiscov . . . . V. t U Iirk .pn.it. 1 1 1 .' l."d ny tno mini wno nun uimwi- ai lln Hl0V' 11,0 J.u,lK erod our victims, for such I could not rt "3(1 In IT. Uii bVAr ilia watt I vm . . . -ii....l. lii(h.in. . T . " across the road to tno poitu wnero I .T ln?clll"naln his dreams. ,n , , , roud foruB off to go I lo urn.? .HU,,.d?nly Rn"' down hocfuiyon. Nlsolos.ly wo stole I 1 1 viiiiiumuy niuou noioro un nn til ml . ..... r oiru un With I imililni. Ifroiymni of nilrlli. " 'TIs the (llvvll's f 'UHlIli repemedly In his successive nyme of mirth. '"TIs tho dlvvll's " m I had." Anil it... ... . . .... t, " wphi on to roiato his w 1? hl" humorous deviltry In !urred 1100 voclforously con Prom 1 1. ... . . : . . . Fhlch I 1 "aamonac Btiitementh LW. iZ. ricai. r.rora .r-ai : lunn.. k """""H Ol lUIIKIIllir, It Er if,. iwa" ,0CKln hl Emporium I -v Klll Wll(ll 0 uappouud- to Z 'nl'e and tho girl standing at H, 1110 moiintr.ln path across "NOW. I ill,,., . lfBn,. : "imiiiar ne aonn 1110 (lu 1 10 Kurl wn,, attlmptln' to I ion. i "l""i"',,n an' he made mo TJ! '".T. l' rtop. Rnto.roly un I.' "KO. I wnlk. down the ht irr,.ln i1"' 1 rt,l,n,t ee naw'h'n'. I Ha u. 1 " luu 0 1,19 eye. 1 'eBS d ml ,mnkB tt ru tor her house ! taiV "." " tot out of sight av him W ith. . ck on 'he Uhor solde o Ln' "hreet. slow nw . .k...k 1 5'Pi7rme,,e,d,,,l,,'.0'eB,oy U,e eV 'Gonrl AVA..I..I . - ... . 11 ,H t'ertossor.' " says 1. liiy, h-- u yu do, Mr. Ollhooloy 1... i.a i.,.. In n nti'l-B affordlnR n clour view of tho orf road oeiow. book L. "VS .grHml n'gnt for sparkln Lw. . . 1 am vim uii.ii 1., K, TO Indian prlncosB?' lon'nl ?.ure. no. laddie.' says I, llm .i"u" l,(,rp- 'Tig a fine dark ".?, r- f0r K)0k.' :he scone of trouble. "Hold there!" shouted the Judge In an unnatural but commanding iuiih, luveinng ins revolver. The author and ;he Indian wore twnylng to and fro in a struggle, while the girl looked on, wringing he, hands. At the sharp command the struggle ceased and the combatants found thenisHlvos JilarliiK Into the muzzles of a dozen guns. Oglethorpe "au. mure ui me stKin or the white masks and stern men nn hnr.hnk that he, apnrently, had done at sight -'i 1 BHVUKO OUCK. "WIlO you?" erlnn (h. tnnl.n ln. soliintly. We are Armed Justice," said the Judge with dignity. "We are the 'Vig ilantes.' What's the trouble here?" "Ho damn Daleface steal tnu tlrl," and seemlna- o become ami. leiily oblivious of the presence of In truders, he again attacked Ogle ihorpo. The Judge fired his revolver over 'heir heeds, ami imn fi.aW looked up, affrighted, he said: 1 mi 1 not command you to stop, et un here on the road! Ynn ton girl!" The Judge swung his horse bohlnd hem and practically pushed them in o the road. "Hut I'm not his girl!" Rosallta lolnted to the Indian. '.Never mind about that now; do is I tell you," said the Judge gruff ly still In an unnatural voice. The three nrtson.. wnr. mud. in climb the old road ahead of us. When we reached the main stage road, to niv utter surnrlse (he Judirn rnrin hastily away at a gallop. The men, linivov.r kn.ur wlinr fhav irnp. .Kniil no doubt they had definite Instruc- Hons. Oitleth iCa at hlM Ift. mtvftpni foot f-,.m ki - ivvfe a 1 uiu iiiui, and the Indian at her left, trudged along the road ahead of us urged occaslonlly by a sharp word from the riders. .'What Is that fire?" I aaked th man who rode next to mo, pointing toward the village. "Ha! Ha!" he laughed softly, you'll see." As we rode In, I did see, but I cer tainly did not understand. It wag a huge bonfire on the rlvorbank direct ly opposite the Inn. A crowd wag ;athored there: all the women, the rest of the men, all the boyg and girls and, I think, all the dogs. The ihree prisoners wero herded In to wards the fire. The Vigilantes, my- HOlf included, lllama .nii. .i..a. of our number led Into the crowd: one . cnargo or Oglethorpe stationed himself on cne end f an old wagon box; another, with iti. in,n,. ... .t. opposite end; and the third took Kosalita to a position near our now very nervous author. (Continued ob pegs sight) Aur. 9. 192n riat. nf fi-.t r.1,11.. lion belne An. 13 109A .nrf nt 1..1 publication September 24, 1920. J. N. PBARCT, E. J. MENDENHALL, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Post of fice address 926 Chamber of Com merce, Portland, Oregon. NOTICK TO CKKMTOIM IN THE COUNTY COURT OP C0- MJMHIA COUNTY FOR THE STATE OP OREGON. In the matter of tho estate of Nancy A. Ash by, Deceased. Notlco Is herehv vlv.n flic. .t.. 1 . lug undersigned has hnnn mnnini ... eCUtOr Of tha R.l.t. nf 1 Ashby, deceased, by the County Court i 1 uiuuiuia t.ouniy, state 01 Oregon, uuu nun quaiuiea. as sucn. I All nersons bavins' elulm. .in.i I said estate are hereby notified anf oijuirou 10 present the game, duly verified as by law required, to tho; underalsned at. hi. r.uiil .n a n Vi county clerk's office in St. Helens,1 Oregon, wunin six months from the date hereof. Dated August 27, 1920. ' J. W. HUNT. Executor. NOTICU TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY COURT OP THE btatb UF O REGION, POR CO LUMBIA COUNTY. In the Mattor of the Estate of Prank Bunzli, Deceased: Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned has been appolntod ad ministratrix of the estate of Frank Bunzli, doceased, by the above en titled Court, and hag quallflod an such. All persons having claims against the said ostate are hereby notified to nrnunt tho aam n..in verified as by law required, to the un- uerHignea ni ner residonce in Deer Island, Oregon, within six months from the date hereof. Dated and first published Septem ber 3, 1920. HAZEL JUDISCH, Administratrix. J. J. Fitzgerald, Attorney. .nuiiawa niog., Portland, Oregon. . Mist Want Ads have a reputation for getting results. If you have any thing to sell, want to buy something, or need help, try one. SUMMONS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THH STATE OP OREGON. FOB CO LUMBIA COUNTY. Florence McCammon, Plaintiff, Ti. Robert McCammon, Defendant. To Robert McCammon, Defendant: 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 satltled salt and Court nn nr hnfnr. th. 111k .1 - of September, 1920, said date being more than six weeks after the first publication of this notice and sum. mons anil foe want fh.Ar.nf ti,. ni.in tiff will apply to the Court for tha re- prayea ror in ner complaint, to wn; For a iteerA. A laanTvln . tn. I.A. Am of matrimony now and heretofore ex isting Deiween yourseu ana ths nlaintlff herein .nil fne nunnlulAii t. hereafter resume her former mm. to-wit: Florence Jullen. This summnn. I. nnhll.k. t. aw. der of the Honorable James A. Eakin, Judirn nf tha fTlrenlt nnnrt a h State of Oregen, for Columbia Cooa- iy- First publication, August th, 1920. . Last publication, September 10th, 1920. U. J. McMAHON, Attroney for Plaintiff. Have you noticed the rapid growth of the Mist Want Ad column. SUMMONS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE BI AT1S Or OREGON FOR CO LUMBIA COUNTY Eva Northqulst, Plaintiff, vs. Clar ence NorthmilHt. Ilofnnrfunt To Clarence Northqulst, Defendant: in me name or Uie state of Ore gon, you are hereby r.nulraH to. on. pear and answer the complaint filed against you In the above entitled suit on or before the 25th day of Septem ber, 1920, that being six woeks after the date of first publication of sum mons herein, and If you fail so to answer, for want thereof Dlaintlff will unnlv to the Court fnr ih. roller demanded in her complaint, to-wlt: for a decree dissolving the bonds of matrimony .Tlntlno- .hnt.-. an ni.intir. and defendant, and for the restora tion or tne maiden name of the plain tiff. Eva Camobell. .nd for nth or equitable relief. This summons Is published In the St. Helen. Mint . waalrlv naurancnA. of general circulation published ln said countv. nnca n. waaV fnr ntv .un- cesslve weeks, by order of Hon J. A. baain, judge or said Court, mads WELL-BAKED BREAD Is a wholesome, nutritious food. Al our bakery - yon win find only well baked, clean, bread, full of the nutri ment of hfe. -Our experience enables us to give you REAL BREAD. WEST ST. HELENS BAKERY S. P. HEUMANN, Pres. Houtlen, Phone 114-1 Wilson's 2nd-Hand Store HOULTON, ORE. We buy, sell and exchange all kinds of second hand goods. We will buy anything and pay the highest market price. See us. PHONE 52-J APPETIZING! HEALTHFUL!! rnnT.Twr.iii KklillM and Bruwn-niM. too. have learned that It m's to' 1m ev.rtluu - even in n. a ' ,ritKAL Thers Is a difference as all have Mearnod arter taxing one huho- .of Ml. 11UUU rrozen uauiiins. and they will have no otner. "A dlsli a day makes the joy smiles stay." Ai MASON'S Onlv WINCHESTER World Standard Cutis and Ammunition Make Sure of Enjoying Your Shooting Now that it's time to be getting ready for the hunting season, make up your mind not to experi ment in getting equipment for shooting- Buy Winchester World Standard Oun. f . A""-- H?.LM "t" r?sn. e-wlnchSBter guarantee 1 11 n 11 1 o j v bucks them up . ...... InnV over Our BtOCK OI DlluiBU.. St. Helens Hardware Co. ...mitiftn UTnllK u ivtill MHTKR HTORR. Get Ready for the Big Annual Fair Large Stock and Agricultural Exhibits from all Parts of the County INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITS BY THE SCHOOLS . NINTH ANNUAL LEW CULLINS DOG and PONY SHOW Shows twice each day This is a $500 attraction and drew hundreds of people to the Oaks in Portland during its two weeks stay. Free Attraction BAND CONCERT every afternoon and evening COLUMBIA COUNTY $1250 IN PREMIUMS The largest premium list ever offered within the history of the Columbia County Fair. Bring your exhibits and win a premium. Musical Program every afternoon and evening WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY September 22, 23, 24 CHILDREN'S DAY FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24TH Many clean attractions, including the merry-go-round and other attractions for old and young. PROMINENT SPEAKERS FOR THURSDAY AFTERNOON CAMPBELL'S AMERICAN BAND of Portland will furnish music i For Information address J. B. WILKERSON, Secretary, St Helens, Oregon lo the ju I .muHt r ot mo"tlon this Ilir. "- W.I nr. "How " "e. mat primer hr, od.mo of making love to . 1 "iioreiiu 1 An-.. .. . .... St. neiens, v. v. Telephone 97 iniij. want ner oven iae anymore.' "