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Bt. Hki.kmb, NovuMimn 11, 181)2. LOCAL AND GENERAL. Attorney Cole waa In Portland part . .11. i. .... i. i i. ...... 1 villi wvuji vil lcgui uueiuuna Kilitor Davla, of the Noiiuluin Jour nnl. w l to" Saturday. ',. Our old friend, Albert Toeler, of the AVuikly Worm, I'oriuinu, uronpea in to e ut laal Hutuiduy. Mr. U. r. (Jralirtm, wtndont at the Portland law mihool, apont Sunday mong hla fiivnda in til. IIuIuob. The thmoe that waa to have been civon at Dclona on Thanksgiving hug Fon Indefinitely postponed. County court ii In suasion tlila week w.lh Commissioners Schoonovor and Humes preaunl, ami Judge Blanohard in the chair. O. F. MoccV oi ttajfjfpr, Dr. Meaerve of Deleim, and li. Wat oi Duappooie, w.re In town on Widneaday lugt with the election return. E. U. McNutt, W. A. Hurrlesnd Charlea Davia, of Vemonia, were at the county aeat Wednesday, the two former a meaacngera to bring the elec tion returiie. , .. -, . Marriage licemea were inauod Thura day of taut wofk to William Lane and Barah E. 1'aol i on Friday a linenae waa Warned toAdolph Olnon and Car rie JKelaon by the county clerk. lion. J. H. Morrlaon'a apaech last Friday night waa well received, the upeokpr making many good pointa in the course of his argument. Mrs. Morrison and their eon accompanied Mr. Morrison to this U&- 1. Election day passpfitMT very quietly in 8t. Hclnns. Although the vote polU'd was the largest ever caat in this .......'..w.i 'HHIi.trvtliinir went along ..n,n. ami lUn litwt of fueluiir pre vailed on all m of the throe-cornered content. The Kellogg again resumed her reg ular trips Monday, after having Wen laid up for two wet ka having new cyl inders put in. The Kullogg is now al moft a new boat, having a new boiler of the very best material and bor woodwork repaired in good shape, v j. Professor Clecton Is holding a public lamination for teachers in St. Helens this wei-k. The applicants prosont are 11. A. Powell of Pittsburg, Miss Doltie Revey of IUinior. Miss A. B. White of Portland and IS. 8. Faxon oi Columbia city. .. i r ' 1 , ? Mr. Samuel Looney, brother of Pro fessor Looney, ol the St. Helens pub lio schools, who came here about six weeks ago from Texas, loft Tuesday for that state.after visiting many parts i.( On-iron. Mr. Looney is favorably impressed with Oregon's future pros pecis and expects to return to the state In a year or two. Dr. Qorham, of the United Slates fish commission, says lha Oregonian, is looking for a location for a hatch ery in Eastern Washington. Profes sor Stone a few yenrs ago loond sev ...i,.i.l i .lares, (lie best being on the Colvillnriver. A hatchery on that Stream, or some other tributary, would be ol great assistance in maintaining the supply ol fish in the main river. " A fatal accident occurred near Olen coe, Washington county, on Thursday of last week to a young man by the name of Cornelius, eldest son of Win. Cornelius, of Mounlatndale." The loungmnn was trying to stop a run away team but was thrown uudcr the wheels, Indicting internal injuries, from which he died in a short time. The steamer Astorian took a Jolly crowd of democrats to Astoria last Saturday to attend the democratic demonstration at that place. - On the way down the boys stopped off about fifteen minutes t St. Helens, and altar -taking In" the town, re-embarked and proceeded on their way rejoicing. The rally was a grand auair, so say those who attended. - f J There seems to be no end of trouble connected with the operation of the Vernonia-Houlton atajre line. The last rumor is to mo euw: mi teams, stages and apparatus have all been attached by thn many oreditors of tluB company. We hope, however, that all obligations may be promptly met at an early day and the lino eon- tinued. ;.:.'":.:;'':.:; I"..!... ;,'.-.-' ;'V l. . The reports of the San Francisco board of health, and of the Tscoma, Boaltle and Spokane boards of healtb, are unusual tributes to bo paid even to an article of so high a character as the Royal Baking Powder. These boards say, in their judgment, "it is impossi ble to mako a purer or stronger baking powder than the Royal." Commissioner Schoonover brought Jnto this offlee Thursday morning sev cral branches of raspberries, of the New Jersey variety. This variety pro duces two crops a year-r-one in the tiring and the other late in the fall and aro of the finest flavor. They ulso yield abundantly each time. So much for Columbia county. Last Friday morning about 1 clock the wharf and two piano, um. large amount of lumber, was destroyed ; .. . riM this countv. The property was owned by the Columbia River Lumber & Fuel company, and . ' .Y" ..niiit for the r large was me nu'i'l'B r" ; , . awmill plant which is. located at Mooresville, oniy urrcu Ooble. The loss is estimated at about 110.000. of the election returns in the county has not yet been j. ii,u ntiir-h snnears in another column is taken from memor- nndums of the vote boiu vu i n nii.; The olucial Hie sevoi .IVW...V.- . count may change these figures afew soles either way, but not enough to . .i obhU in the oounty. Z we' k w. Twin be able to give the . u.. nf1;nAtB On account HlflCL VUIU UV wiwihw , of errbre in preparing the ballots a number of votes were thrown out Union precinct lost 20 votes and Rain ier 10 in this wsy. while other parts of the county suuorea in iu "''" mora or less. J. T. McNulty had the misfortune to lose tne second linger of his left hand, and came near losing with it the third one, in Mucklo Bro.'s saw mill on Monday last. While himself and ; associates were handling some large cants Henry Rung, in an en deavor to stick an ax between two largo timbers struck McNulty's hand, which was just at that instant placed In tho, way of the ax, with the above result. Dr. Cliff whs mil ml sua drossod the wound. Do you know what is tho best bur glar trap or, rather, burglar warning? It is a newspaper. Spread a good-sized one across the hall floor. The burglar cannot leap over it without making a noise. The same result will attend an effort to fold it up, and to walk on it Is to rouse the house. Spread a few newspapers on the stairs, one on the rail, so that the man cannot take to that, and sleop in peace till the crisp rustle comes to tell you of danger or the cat. There can bo no silent prowl ing over newspapers. Judge Ward of Portland, and W. J. Rice of St. Helens, addressed the citi zens of this place in the courthouse on the political Issues, from a republican standpoint, Monday night. The house wss well tilled and the speeches were received with great enthusiasm. The iseuos were. presented in a very clear, concise manner by both speakers, an J in conclusion the judge rendered a solo a parody on "Marching Through Georgia" which was the bit of the evening. The November number of "Free dom : a Journal of Freedom devoted to many things," is at baud. It is pub lished at l'ortland and lloulton, Ore gon, and bears tho names of J. II. Morris and Mauntz S. Liden as edit ors. It professes to bo a radical re view, and contains a number ot arti cles on topics of interest to many all for two dollars a year. Flag Days. Professor Looney furnishes Thr Mist the following list of days, select ed for the benefit of tho students of history, upon which the flag is to float over the public school building in St. Helena. This is certainly an excellent method of impressing the important events of history on the mind. It is well worth cutting out and pasting in a scrapbook. . ' ... Sept. 3 Treaty ol 1'eace, signed in Paris. Sept. 10 Perry's victory on Lske Erie. Sept. 17 Constitution of the Uni ted Stales adopted. Sept. 21 Capture of Andre. Ool. 1 Whitman's ride. Oot. 19 Surrender of Gon. Corn- wallis. Oct. 21 Discovery of America by Columbus. Nov. 24 (last Thursday) Thanks giving Day. Deo. 11 Death of Washington (at half-mast.) , . Deo. 10 Boston tea party. Deo. 2-1 Treaty of peace, signed at Ghent. Jan. 1 New Year's Day. Feb. 12 Abraham Lincoln's birth day. Feb. 14 Admission Day. Feb. 22 Washington's birthday. March 4 Inauguration Day. April 9 Surrender of Robt. E. Lee. April 14 Death of Lincoln (at half mast. ' April 19 Battle of Lexington. April 17 Birthday of Qen. Orant. April 30 Washington's Inaugura tion. May 11 Discovery of the Columbia river by Capt. tiray. May 23 Settlement of Jamestown. May 30 Decoration Day (at half run si.) June 14 Adoption of the American flag by congress. i i June 17 Battle of Bunker Hill. July 4 Declaration of Indepen dence pi:u. MUCKLK-At Kftfnier, Or., Nov.8, 1892, of memhrsaous croup, lnes Dorinda.dsusli ter ot W. 1 and Dorinda Muclcle, aged 4 years, 7 months and 8 days. .. Th ramains wars brouirbt' to 8t Helens yesterday, ar.i at 1 o'clock a funeral serv ice was held at the residence or judge v. . Bwltier, after which the little one was conveyed to Its last resting place in Ma sonic cemetery on uerraany ui. ins funeral services were conducted by Kev. J. B. Harbor, of Trinity church, Y ortland. God needed one more anfrel child Amidst Mis sblninR band, And so Me bent with loving smile And clasped our darling's hand." Card of Thanks. Wi itrairA to extend to our friends and neighbors who have so kindly and willingly assisted us during tne niness and burial of our beloved daughter, our most heartfelt thanks. W. J. and Dorinda Mijckijs. . ;. KI.WI NOTES Qattarnl hlindrAll hflnd Clt fin Cattle n.rn uh i nned from Baker oounty to Sound markets last week. V R,ll. hns hnnn filed bv the Blumauer- Frank drug company against ui. v. ur ir:nr mH r!utrls L. Hoult. the druggists of Athena. It a brought for the collection of accounts held by and assigned by other creditor to the plain- . . 6Ltft t OA . tiift, aggregating fw.o. WAa1nu Anrl Kii MftL OClf. Ot '611016 11 VBIUJ i.. ton, have returned from a three weeks i . i Tin nv river. ' Thev found game plentiful, and killed two elk and tnree ueer. uwu pheasants were abundant, ana UUjBinivw ..v ---- - hnin xxtremelv cold weather. John Irwin, a stockraiBer on main r.,.,.,i. in iTninn oouniv. shipped two um frnm llnntincton to Michigan on Sunday. The stock ship ments to points both eaBt and west r-.., iT..niinrt.nn are on the increase, and it Know is the most prominent stock shipping poiun uu mo jn Eastern Oregon. Rocne River valley is becoming noted for the excellence of hogs raised there J. W. Hockersmith has shipped about 1000 head of hogs this season already to Portland, Taooma and Seat tle The Medford Pork Packing com pany will also butcher a large number of hoRS-probably the two Arms will pack 2C0O head during the winter, OFFICIAL VOTE OF COLUMBIA COUNTY, At an Election Held Tuesday, November 8,1892, , . I . A 4 .;, SOS SLBCTOSS OV I S I I j. I A 9 A $ rSSSlDINT A NO VICB-B1HDSIIT. a ilallSIS - ill.i RRI'PHLICAN ' . Csplan, John P , 22 1 S3 1(W 74 78 143 M 2S 8 47 S3 S2 Dunne, Pavld H...., , u to 83 109 74 72 143 S2 'X S 47 8:1 S79 Irwin, Osnrg M..... 22 m 83 1(W 74 72 143 61 2(1 S 47 SI 67l Mlllor, H. B 22 60 83 108 74 72 143 63 36 8 47 S3 7 DKMO(;KATIC- Hutohsr, W. JT , ,.. 7 12 4M8827S44S 72220 S281 ColrlK. W. M 7 12 i 211 W 27 SB 47 7 22 20 I M Nolnn.l, UsorgS 7 12 4 20 6l 27 82 48 7 Hi 20 S iifil , Burlclsh, W. O..... ....... 17 70 22 SS S3 S3 8 11 60 7 82 8 8C0 ' (InlVBul, Win..,..., 17 70 22 91 83 M 09 11 60 7 82 8 621 Holt, M. H 17 79 22 04 33 M 100 18 60 7 68 8 8!!S I'lrco, Nthn , 17 87 22 OS 07 ay 117 Mi 60 7 08 3 661 PKIIIIIIIITION- lllsiik, (leurKeW...,, S 1 S ,2 16 , (isylord, Norton R... 11.... 1.,,. 2 2.. 16 ' l.iiran, A. W ., 1 12.,.. 1.... 2 2... 17 , rukar, Oilman ., 11.... I I 1 8 1 1 TotaljroWl.,A,u.....J:11, l J64 " "fflij"" 106 299 "liii . S3 87 120 89 1617 14:0 FIUST STRIUET 140 UNDER THE GILMAK HOUSE. J.M.MOYER&CO Are now prepared to offer their Renowned All-Wool Goods at a Great Reduction from former prices. In connection with our All-Wool Clothing from the Albany Woolen Mills we have secured from tha most prominent Liuitern sod KorrlL'ii Mills all the Latest Designs. We warrant all onr goods as Honest and Reliable. t.mt Mm. conn. fl.plr fin. 1i.u B1,a B,rin.rf Ut.lt. Kirli(l Cheviot Suits Hcotnb Cheviot Suits. Brown Flitld Hulls Mottlfd Cheviot Suits (irsr Check Suits ... At $ 8 60 Brown Tweed Sults ..... I.et N. 8010. Brew n Cheviot Suits Ila.l 1'iufM.r. Hlllta Fancy Cssnliuere Suits- Brown Tweed Suits. Fancy Herring Bon Soil..... Uuloni. ira..aa MiiltM. At 10 00 Gray Tweed Suits ... Vt is, soteo. Chfi-k Cwurlmers hsuvy Suits Striped Cwslmere hesvy suits ursy cnevioi, uun.y, dhi At 12 00 Ifrown i;nevioi, rieTy eui. Heavy ttiue iweounuita Hlacksnd Whits MUedCss- niiuere suits ........ B.at Urn. 1030. Brown Striped Worstea Bulls tfliutK uiaRonsi ouiik m Black Corkucrew Hulls Heavy Blue Melton Suits...... ' rahM.lrrnMliuere Suits A 1. 10 Ki Fancy Wide Wals Worsted a-" i- vv BUIU Brown Plaid Wonted Sulla..... Park Drown Cheviot Suits... Lot n. S040. Fancy Check Casidmers suits Striped Casalmere heavy suits Drab Tweed velour Unlnh suiia Faucy Caftniniere suits.. ...... At 14 50 rnni'Y wurai .u'w Silk Sited Ciwlmcra lulls..... HMses i.lteca vaaaioierv mil Brown Tweed suits Let Ma. 8050. Natural Gray Cassimera, ao aye eiuia Brown Cheviot Scotch suits... lara niunu i.e." . Dark Oray Tweed, 22-unc Boons, iuiis. . . Dark Blue, square cut, suits... bl.nlr Wrt. olttt At 15 00 Tan Tweed, 24-ouuce (oods, XXX Mois T'weedTuils'.VJ.... J. M. MOYER & CO., Successors to Brownsville Woolen Mills, 140 FIRST STREET, CORNER ALDER, PORTLAND. BTKIOTLY ONE PKICK. NO DEVIATION-. T. L. Stewart, of Crooked creelt, Ne h.l.m vallv. killod a fine bear, and after salting tho meat nicely he rolled the barrel in wnicn me meat cured, into a cellar and left the ranch (.. law ,iava nn linsiness. Uoon re turning Stewart discovered that the meat was gone, and iurtner investiga tion disclosed the fact that a large bear u.l niniia,! ihn nlann dnrins theranch- UW " " I . era absence and had devoured the en tire carcass of the dead bear. A Card of Thanks. I wish to extend my heart felt thanks in M,a nannln and friends of St; Helens and vicinity for their sympathy and attention paid me auring my oeresvvo bv the sad drownine of my dear husband, Otto Peters, one who loved his home dearly. Age, ao A..ia a nil 9 mnn the. Mvpsiweifll thanks j sgu a tsiivi m - j - j are tendered those who furnished the flowers and prepared the loyely wreaths, crosses and bouquet that cov ered the casket of my bvloved onr. A list of those who are deserving would be so long that it would not be anwnviolAnn t.liia rwciinioil. I thank v.. one and all for the kindness shown me in this sad hour. Mrs. Beany Peters. ELECTRICAL RESULTS. 7W Prominent Oreaonians Testify to the Efficacy of Electricity as a uuranve Agent. . North Yamhili, Or.,) Nov. 1, 1891. f Dr. Darrln : Sir The electrio and medical treatment you gave me two yeaas agoior liver and kidney trouble, pain In the back and side, change of lite and la grippe, was perfectly satis factory. " I am cured of all the above complaints. Refer your patients to me as a living witness of your won derful skill in the application of elec tricity for the afflicted. Yours thank fully, Mrs. Elizabeth Kkbtebson. Rainier, Or., Nov. 1,1892. Dr. Darrin : For three years I have been sorely afflicted with chronio kid ney trouble. Through your electric and medical treatment I am perfeotly well. Have been treated since June 7. Refer to me. J. A. Johnson. Dr. Darrin still holds forth at 270J Washington street, Portland, and Re vere House, Albany, Or., and gives free consultation daily from 10 to 6; evenings, 7 to 8 ; Sunday,-10 to 12. He treats- all curable chronio, acute and secret diseases at half his former prices. The poor free. Circular and question list sent free I.st Nat. 9060. Black Wide Wals Stilts . Blue Wide Wale Suits Brown Melton Suits Fancy Check Cheviot suits... Dark Oray Worsted suits...... At $16 00 macs corsscrew suits Black Diagonal isults Lot No. SOIO. Dsrk Brown Tweed suits Heavy Blue Piccadilly Bulla... Striae Fancy Worsted sufti... Extra Heavy Dark Oray Cat- simere milts. , Plaid Worsted, neat patera suits Broken Plaid Wonted suits Silk Mixed Wonted suits Lot No. tOSO. Black Wide Wale suits Fancy Whipcord suits Fine irrab Keraey suits........ Flae Worsted Serge Dark Oray Wonted suits... Heavy Blue Beaver suits Silk Mixed Casalmere suits... At 17 50 At 18 00 Fancy riaid W orsted suits..,.. Small Check Wonted suits... Plain Brown Melton suits Extra Heavy XX Cawiuers suits Lot No. S090. Dsrk Gray velour Eng. Csssl- niers suits.. Fine Black Wonted (Bocks) suits Black Cheviot OOO suits Dark Brown Melton suits Dark Fancy Worsted suits..... Fancy Rattle Snake suits At 20 00 cngusn uernng none suits... Neat Dark Checked Worsted suits Fancy Plaid Worsted suits Straight Stripe Worsted suits, Extra Quality Corkscrew suits Lotto. 100. XXXX velour Black Cheviot . . suits Extra Heavy Wide Wale suits Fancy striped Worsted suits, Bound Wide Wals. extra.... Heavy Whip Cord suits Black Plaid Wonted, Square cut, suits HerrhigBon Stripe Wonud 22 50 Drab Kersey suits .'. M . Slate Kersey suits ' Seal Brows suits . Blue Thibet, Wale patera suit Basket Worsted suits . Heavy Diagonal suits Dark Gray Worsted suits...... A Lemster. . Since its first introduction, Electric Bit ters has gained rapidly in popular tavor, until now it Is clearly in the lead amoaf; liure medical tonics and alteratives con taining nothing which permits its use as a beverage or intoxicant, it is recognized as the best and purest medicine for all ail ments of stomach, liver and kidneys. It will care sick headache, indigestion , con stipation, and drive malaria from the sys tem. Satisfaction guaranteed with each bottle or the money will be refunded. Price only ooc per Dome. Bum oy f.awin xuus. Bucklens Arnica BsMto. The Best Salve la the world for Cuts, Braises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Ernptlons, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satis faction, or money refunded, Price 26 cents per box. ' For Sale Br Edwin Rosa. let lis Bcasea. If anyone who suffers from Rheumatism would slop and reason a moment before thev decide to purchase some remedy, they could not helD avoid anv so-called cure that is sold for f 1. Figuring the retailers, the jobbers, and the manufacturers' profits out of that solitary dollar, and there Is left not over 20 cents for the medicine. Aside from its reputation, and the fact that Dr. Drum mond's Lightning Remedy appeals to one's wood sense. The urice is tS per bottle and to anyone suffering from Rheumatism it is, aa cneap hi ii is gnuu anu viieuuve. Dan. to anv ariilress ty Drummond Meatcine vo. 48-50 Maiden Lane, New York. Agents wanted. Teachers' Examination. Notice is hereby given that for the pur pose of making an examination of all per sons who may offer themselves as candi dates for teachers of the schools of this county the county school superintendent thereof will holr a public examination al St. Helens, beginning at I o'clock p. m., Wednesday, novenioer v. Dated this 2th day of October, 1892. T. J.CLEKTON. County School Superintendent Columbia i'ounty, uregon. SALMON FOR SALE. I have on hand IS barrels of salt salmon, which I will sell at the following d rices: 112 for whole barrels and 96.60 for half-barrels. Inquire ot Mucaie nro.'s. St. Helens, uregon. o28 4t . A.J. RUBERT. A. H. BLAKESLY, Proprietor of ( Oriental : Hotel ST. HELENS, OREGON. Tha honse has been fully refurnished wrougnoui ana me nest oi accom modations will be given. CHARGES REASONABLE STAGE rnn in connection with the hotel connecting with tha North. ... p.nilln U.llrn.,1 at Miltnn. 8.ara for Taeoaaa trains 10 p. m. for PorUana' train at I p. m. BRYANT G Manufacturers of ROUGH&- .. . A !Fir and Cedar Lumber. Constantly Are ITou Prejudiced - - ' . . Many people tbink it necessary to go to some large " city to find 'a first-class DRUG Don't you believe it; because you is a nrst-ciass drug store nere Dy cauing on Edwin Koss, Who carries a fine and varied stock of Drugs, Chemicals, Standard Patent Medicines, Fresh from Prescriptions carefully compounded by an experienced Ahencist St. Helens, : CLATSKANIE LINE.- STEAMER G. W. SHAVER. J. W. SHAVER, Master. Leaves Portland at Alder St. dock Monday, Wednesday, Friday for Clatskanie, touching.at Sauries Island, St. He! ens, Columbia fiit.v . TTftiama Neer Citv. Rainier. Cedar Landing. Mt Cofiin, Bradbury. Stella, Oak f oint, 'L2 - 7 mi -a turning Tuesday, rnursaay, ana MUCKLE ' Manufacturers of LIT 1BER wo pCALna nr-v GENERAL MERCHANDISE. ST. HELENS, OR. Joseph Kelloge fc Joseph Kellogg FOR COWLITZ RIVER. NORTHWEST Leaves and Friday at 5 am. Leaves day, and Saturday at o a. m. JOSEPH KELLOGG daily, Sunday excepted, arriving Returning leaves Portland at 1 Don't Buy ANYWHERE BUT DRUG : YOU WILL FIND THE Freshest, Purest, and Best of Everything . AT THE , Clatskanie ;'' ; DR. J. E. HALL, Proprietor. Hart & Sweelland, Proprietor St. Helens Meat Market Fresh and Baited Meats, Sausage, Fish and rege tables. Meats by wholesale at special ratee. Express wagon ran to all parte of town, and charges reasonable. COOTAY, and Dealers in DRESSED on Hand, Oregon. STORE. can be convinced that there the Factory. : : Oregon. and all intermediate points, re- r j 1 oaiuraay. BROS., Co.'s River Steamers, and Northwest. KELSO Monday Wednesday, PORTLAND Tuesday, Thurs Leaves RAINIER at 5 a. m at' Portland at 10:30 a, m, p. m., arriving at b p. m Your Drugs AT A REGULAR STORE. Drug Store.ee ; -GO TO JOHN A. BECK. The Watchmaker and Jeweler . : l' FOR YOUR ELEGANT : : : JEWELRY. The Finest assortment of Watches. .Clooka, and Jewelry of all descriptions. Opposite Uv Esmond j Portland, Oregon , , a, Seeds, Trees, POULTRY, BEE SUPPLIES, Fertilizers, Etc- F. W. Miller 171 SECOND 8T. Portland, - Oregon. jfVBend for Catalogne. ' W. H. CONYERS & CO. Real Estate and Insurance Agents Real Estate bought, sold and managed OS) . oommlsalon, rents collected aod abstracts made. AGENTS FOB TBI armers and Merchants, German American, And other Insnranne Companies, with . combined Ataets of 16,100,000. NOTABIK8 JPTTBXIO. ClBSakanko, . - - tsr ST. HELENS HOTEL j, George, Proprietor. Tablet always supplied with the best edIMei and delicacies the market affords. TEEM8 KEA80NABLB OR REGULAR BOARDERS. Having been newly refurnished, w are Drevared to Eire satisfaction to all our patrons, and solicit a share ot jour patronage. , ST. HELENS OREGON. One Dollar Weekly Buys a good gold watch by our club sya tem. Our 14-karat gold-filled cases are war ran ted for 20 years. Fine Elgin and Wal tham msvement. Stem wind and act. Lady's or gent's size. Equal to any 150 watch. To secure agents where we hae none, we sell one of the hunting case watches for the club price $28 and send C. O. D. by express with privilegeof examina tion before paying for the same. Our agent at Durham, N. C, writes. ' . "Out jewelers bae confessed they don't know how you can furnish such work for the money." Our agent at Heath Springs, S. O. , writes : "Vnii, wati-hMi take al dirht. The sentleman who got the last watch said that he examined and prloed a jeweler s watches in Lancaster, tnat were no oeer man youis, cm -utv yvm was liV Our agent at Pennington, Tex., write: ' "Am In receipt of the watch, and am pleased without measure. All who hare seen It say it would be cheap at MO." One good reliable agent wanted foreaca place. Write for particulars. JVHJPXHK WATCH to., SSW 1WS. IIU Wanted. Salary and expenses. Permo MAH nent place. Apply now. Only crosrera of nursery stock on both American and Cena- .1 : 1 1 - a..l.Hrfla.n,i..m.lam FOUND. Adrift in the Columbia river -last June a black skift containing loggers' tool and time book. The owner can have same on applying at Bourne's landing. , tf fratlee for Pahltesttlem. Land Office at Oregon City, Orefon.J October 14. l9i I OTICE Is heroby irlTeii, that the following uined nttler haa filed notice of his lnten- Hon to make final proof in support of his elalm, and that said proof will be made before the Cnnty Clerk of .Columbia county, at 8. Helens, Oregon, on December 5, 1892, via: MARION K. WEAVER, Homestead entry Mo. 7821, for the ne of see St, t i n, r 2 w. Re names the following witnesses to prore his continuous residence upon and cultlTation of said land, unoer section 2B01, R. 8., t1: C. F. Fowler, Jesse Hendricks, Joseph Bonnell and Wilfred Miller, all of St Helena, Columbia oounty, Oregon. ftjinm j. i. Arr&naon, aeguwr. notice fei-rwbllcatioa. Laud Office at Oregon City, Orecon, OctoberlS, 184. NOTTCB Is hereby gtrenthat the tollowin named settler hss filed notice of his lnten. tlon to make final oroof in suDDort of his daimr. and that said proof will be made before the County Clerk of Columbia county, at St. Helens,, Oregon, on December 7, 1892, vis: FHANS JOHN J. BUNDBLOm, . Homestead entry No. 701, for the ne of see M, tTs.r 2west. He names the following witnesses to prore his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, Tlx: C.'W. Mother, Thomas C. Timoney, T. N. Ryckman and Peter Hosier; all oi itauuer r. v., ijoiumom county, Orenon. J. T. APPERSON, . . o21n2S Register. Retlee far raUlcatls. Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon, - October 5, 1891 NOTICE is hereby siren that the following named settler has filed notice of his inten tion to make final proof in support of his claim. and that said proof will be made before the - county cierK ot uoiumma county, at . ueiens Oregon, on November 21, 1892, vis: ... WILLIAM M. UOOtYS Homestead entry No. 79M, for the lot 4, sw V of nw a of sec 21, 1 7 n, r 2 w. He nanes the fol lnwln. wltnM.es to Drove hla continuous Hft. dence upon, and cultivation of, said" land, vis: u. t sioeca sua t ieuasw, uuro. a. jvisiuer, of Rainier P. O., Oreiron, and H.-.4 Wicker sham, of Portland, Oregon. -.- . oUnia J. T. APPXRON,sglste, Land Office at Oregon City: Oregon, ' N' OTICE is hereby given that the following, named settler has filed notice oi Ms Inten tion to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be jnade before the County Clerk of Columbia county, att Helens, Oregon, on November 21, 1892, vis: jf , SMITH H. KIST&BR, . Homestead entry No. T207, fp the wK of sw X. seVof swandswVofse , sea 21,117 n, r2 w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, vis: W. M. Rim,' F. Debast. of Rainier P. O., Oregon, and O. F. Moeek of Rain ier, Oregon, and H. B. Wickerebem, of Portland, Oregon. J. T. APPEB.80N, 0l4nl8 . - Register. Notice for PwktaaUosi. H Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon, September 26. 192. NOTICE is hereby given that the following, named settler has filed notice of his Inten tion to make final proof lu support of his elalm, and that said proof will be made before the County Clerk of Columbia county, at St, Helens, Oregon, on November 19, 1892, vis: FRANKLIN B. GILTNER, Homestead entry No. 8072, for the nw of see W, 1 4 n, r 2 w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, vis: John Tompkins, J, W. Campbell, Thomas Ross and A. H. Dear don, all ox Bcappooae, Columbia county, Ore gon. o7nll J. T. APPERSON, Register. H etlce for rwhlicalloai. Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon, September 26, 1892, NOTICE is hereby given that the following, named settler has filed notice of his Inten tion to make final proof in support of hla claim, and that said proof will be made before the County Clerk of Columbia oounty, at 8L Helena Oregon, on November 18, 1892, vis: HARET D. BUR ROW 0, Homsstend entry No, 6399, for tbeaw ef see 21, t n, t 2 w. He names tha following wit nesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, vis: Q. C. Ja qulsh, P. P. Reuparh, M. McDermot and M. H. Boyer, all of Reuben P. O., Columbia county Oregou. 1. T. APftKKON, o7oll ' Keglei.