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Me J states an! Connty Offlcial Paper.
- Advertising latesmada known upon applica
tion. A'tircn ull Romraiiiiiattlotis to "Editor
wrsvnn mm, ' ot. Huieiu, Uragua.
llAVIM BRO'H, t lit t Editors.
U Helena, December M, 1893
. CO
a :
recognised as essentlal
lv the only paper In Colum
bia county. This l not a
bud reputation. Itslaninas
thnt TUB MIST make
vei-.tnlly of the local newi
of every precinct in this
countv and that It gleans
tha field thomllfrhly. All
tlin latfist official news is
authentically nubllshcd in
THK MIST. The only re
liable advertising medium,
nd now that iron has been placed on
the tree list the minet con not reopen
nd the net result it that these people
Itate Voted themselves out of job and
must either find other employment
or starve.
B, P, Watson and 0. i Mnson, late
editors of the Portland Sunday Mer
cury, were each sentenced to one year
ir, the county jail last Monday, for
libel. There are still two indictment
pending against them, and a third
charge is before the grand jury.
President Cleveland's message to
the 63rd congress is principally oon-
apicious tor its voluminous proper-
Signs of orguuio dissolution and in
evitable decay of the people's party in
this county are everywhere viisable
and indisputable. Humor of internal
strife and dissatisfaction have been
heard for several months, and the truth
of these reports it being verified al
most daily. The strongs-, evidence
that the peoples' party is going to
pieces here, a it ia everywhere else, is
the refusal of the leaders to pull to
gether and support the home organisa
tion. In the articles incorporating
the Herald Publishing company, of
Oregon City, we notice the name of
D. M.Ewing, president of the county
lions, ana destitution oi I fiance and a prominent leader of tho
the people would like to know, espec-l rt Mr. Ewinjr is a heavy sub-
ially his position on the disposition of Jcr-ber ,he gU)ck of tjl(J Oregon cily
the Hawaiian affair . The message is
paper, but refused to have anything to
n very commonplace document, being L0 wjlh lhe partyorgau in tllit couotv
in substance simpiy a review oi ue
partment reports and an expression of
the president's hopes that congress
will speedily pass the Wilson tariff bill
which he claims is his ideal of a tariff-
reform bill, and which suits him so
exactly that he not only has no changes
to suggest, but recommends its imme
diale adoption without further
Many evidences of friction in the party
are constantly bubbling to the surface
and the clammy sweat of dissolution
is constantly gathering upon its
stricken brow.
Congress met in regular session
Monday with a very slim repreeenta-
con-1 tion of senators present. The day was
principally given np to the reading of
The president recommends that the presidents message wnicn was
more latitude be given the department listened to in part by few senators
in the matter of issuing bonds, and is who took little or no interest in the
particularly desirous that an income document, and all but a dozen of them
tax ba levied, but is not at all sure left the chamber before the secretary
how one will be received or what effect finished the reading. In the house
its operations will have. I the roll-call showed 240 members pres
Cleveland does not commit himseil lent who got down to business tmme
on the Hawaiian affair, prefering to diately after being called to order. The
wait for advices as to the result of I reading of the president's message waa
Minister Willis' visit to the Islands, I listened to with marked attention. and
and make that gentleman personally much surprise was evidenced when the
responsible for auy mistakes the ad-1 section of the message was read slut
ministration has made in dealing with ing that the ways and means commit
that Question. Mr. Cleveland has tee had embraced in its plan several
treated this matter all through as a additional internal revenue taxes, and
private transaction, systematically ig a small income tax on certain corpor
nonng public opinion, and, as usual, I alums, l his was something ot a ur-
ha made a serious bungle of the whole prise, since it was understood that the
business, and too late discovering that internal revenue features and income
he has doue so, he is now trying to tax had not been decided upon,
shirk the responsibility and retire in
tiie best order possible.
Ai will be seen by an article in an
other column the shingle men of
Washington have met and perfected
an organization whose object is to re
store the shingle trafic to the position
it occupied before the association went j all it offers
Washington, Dec 1, 1S93.
The Cleveland tariff bill has been
before the public four days and the
most careful study fails to rind oue
single redeeming feature therein. It
would, if enacted a law, turn over t lie
cream of the American market, the
finest in the world, to European man
ufaclurers and Canadian farmers, and
Americans in exchange
to pieces and by uniting the manufac
turers so that concerted action can be
taken to bring order out of chaos and
make it possible for the manufacturer
to operate his machinery and get a
profit out of his investment. The plan
adapted by the association is good
one and if its provisions are properly
therefor are guttering promises ot an
increase in the foreign trade of the
United States, promises which are not
believed in even by those who made
them. It is admitted that free wool
would put an end to the production of
wool in this country, and that free iron
ore and coal will cause foreign iron
:nd coal to be used exclusively in
the neighborhood of every Atlantic
observed win undoubtedly nave me ei-i seaport, ana that American iron ore
feet of reestablishing the prosperity nd coal will be used nowhere except
enjoyed, and securing to the mill man
.,t.;t, i .ki.,u h.,.;no,. ,m,i places so far ii
, . . ... freight rales will allow them to com-
' in the interior that the
something like a reasonable price fori
liis product. The desired effect may
not be immediate but it will be certain
for the demoralization of prices is sim
ply the result of disorganization and
not, as has been supposed, the result
of over-production and the failure of
The mill men rf Oregon should
pete with foreign products.
These are only specimens of the
manner in which American industries
have been treated by this bill. The
same holds good throughout the bill.
There is hardly a single industry of
any consequence in the United States
that is not struck at in some way. And
as if that were not evil enough to be
contained in a single bill, this one
charges the method of imposing the
mntv llrtnn manv rif fr arfij-lwa ttliifili
-Jieaitly endorse the action of shingle it leaveg upon ,he dlliMe list from
men in our neighbor state and lose no specific to ad valorum.a system which
lime in following their example, there- nas Deen condemned by nearly every
liy securing to themselves the benefits f cretary oi me treasury me country
... , , ,, . . , . has bad, as one that encourages fraud
which can only be attained through an(1 DUt. - nremium nDon dtcer.t.n,,
organization and concerted action. The bill is dishonest in every way.
Mr. Duniway will shortly call upon While purporting to be a tariff for rev-
the shingle men of this state with enue, its makers estimate that it would
..-A..a .-.n aoo firm i ,i
the same proposition he successfully rnit
made in Seattle, and for the good of bounty, which the democrat claimed
the shingle industry and the country to oppose on constitutions! grounds,
at large it is hoped he will meet with provides for its cominua:.ce eight
the heartv co operation of our mill yea"' aroPPlng quarter oi a cent
eacn year. me question naturally
receive every encourage- Lri8e. Huw , bounlv of u .
ment at their hands. Existing prices be constitutional if a bounty of two
for shingles are out of all reason and cent was unconstitutional?
need not prevail if the manufacturers 1 "ere is, however, one consoling
will organize and protect themselves. ;'!'" 2T,Z
I become a law in its present shape, ai-
The 20,000 idle and starving miners though Mr. Cleveland's power may be
of northern Wisconsin who voted for sufficiently ttrong to force it through;
free trade last vear are i.,.t bptrin.iimr houe8 wbout amendment, but of j
',, ' . . "that there are doubts. The consiiln
to realize the real folly of their acUon. enU of democratic members who will
Under the protective policy of the re- feel the reduction in wages and loss of
publican adininislratton these people employment will make themselves
shape to feel the publio pulse, and that
the features which prove most ounox
lou will later on beelihiinated or mod
ified by a democratic caucus. The re
port of the republican minority of the
house ways and means committee,
upon which work is now being pushed,
promises to be a document that will
make republican converts by the thous
and. It will probably be ready by tbe
last of next week.
The democrats of the ways and
mea. i.4 committee are still undecided
about a sin win feature of lhe internal
revenue bill, which thev will have to
prepare to meet the big deficiency
created by their tariff hill. They wish
to include the iiicome Ui.hntao many
vigortiua protest have liven tiled agaiust
it by leading democrat that it is not
certain they will.
Secretary Herbert, not having a son
to take care of, has introduced a new
variety of nepotism by appointing his
ou-in law chief clerk of the uavv
It is certain that Mr. O. D. Johnson,
of Louianna, who was the only demo
cratic member ot the civil service com
mission, did not enjoy his Thaukxaiv
ing dinner. Cause whyt He was per
emptorily removed from office by Mr.
Cleveland this week. Mr. Johnson
has, ever since the denmcratio admin
istration came into olflVe, acted a
though he thought it was his duty to
stand by the most outrageous viola
tions of the civil service law, in favor
of democrats rather than to enforce
the law. He has been going from bad
to worse in that direction, and when
t,he time came to prepare tha annual
report of the cominision,which is now
in the hand of Mr. Cleveland,, there
was an opeu rupture betweeu him and
his republican colleagues, and he re
fused to sign their report mid wrote
one of his own. That brought matters
to a crisis, and Commissioner Roose
velt told Mr. Cleveland that lis would
not remain on the commission if John
son did, and Johnoi didn't. Prof.
rrocior, oi Kentucky, has been ap
pointed to till the vacancy.
Proceedings of the Meeting at
Washington shinsle men to the number
of t we ity-w. represent in -over one liund
red siimglt- nulls in that state ami one in
Oregon the tsulioik met m Stattle No
vernier Ii. lor tlie purpose of reorganizing
itieomngie atanuiiiciurerv Association oi
the two Ktates mentioned. Alter the real
traiioo of deietrutet the meetine was de
clared open fot the discussion of plans for
reorganization, it nas announced that It.
H. Uiimwar. ot Portland, was i the citv
and tliat he had a plan to propose, and lie
was invited to submit it to the convention
His wan bas lor Its main obiccti the or -an
izution of two as-wiiitioiis a dealers' and
a inaniifacpirers and (lie curtailment and
comrU of the output ot smndes from the
two states i lie two assignation will work
in harmony with the snme object in view .
although the oraaniiationa will be sepa
rate. Manufacturer will be eligible to
iiiembersliii in lhe dealers' association pro
vided tin y aril direct to buyers in the eait
but no dealer will be eligible lo member
ship in the manufacturer' association un-le-s
he owns a mill.
The two associations are jointly to elect a
treasurer, and a joint coninutice of the two
ass.iot'iations is lo govern prices and see
that they aro maintained. The manufact
urer are to nut up in the hand ut the
t easurer rive cents for ea h l.tfcO shingles
sold as a forfeit for the observance of "the
afirei-aieut, the expenses of the organiza
tion to be paid out of this and the surplus
to he diviied periodically. The executive
comniiit;-e is to have power to order a gen
eial restriction of the reduciiun bv all mills
a ike. and may make amendment to the
Too Much Sham.
This Is an aire- of sham and tansel,
every hand can bs seen men and wotu
assuming a virtue they not possess, posi
tion beyond their reach. Men keep ear
rinito winie loitering on me vorfre oi Dana
ruptey, and women keep servants in tin
kitelien while their husbands doitite execn
tions in tbe hands of the sheriff. Young
men sport tine clothe, tine liufrpV and
tine snpiwrs who could not get trusted for
a oreaa nonet it their real characters we
known. Uirls wear six hats a vear vrhli
their old fathers dreaa In the atvles of the
middle ai;ei and their mothers stay at
bom rather than expose the scantiness of
tneir wardrobe. Churches have gaudy
windows, sky steeples, velvet carpets and
enshioni'd pewa while the pastor goes In
his threadbare, Inne-tnlled coat to hid the
holes in his trousers. Sham, sham, Is
written on every side, and the greatest
hmnniig is commonly esteemed the hero.
had unfailing employment at good
; wages, but were not sufficiently wise
to their own interests to let well
enough alone, and wore led to believe
that by supporting the policy of free
trade they would better their worldly
condition. Perhaps no human power
could have changed their minds on
this subject. They are a class of peo
ple who must be taught by hard, pain
ful experience the lesson it is desired
for them to learn. They are destitute
of vision and, therefore, cannot see the
force of an argument, though it be
ever so potent and presented with the
most profouud logic and the most sil
very oratory. It has been found im
i possible to find a market for iron oro,
puder tbe-' threatened tariff - tinkering
heard and felt as soon as thev are
brought to a realizing sense of the in
injury to themselves that is contained
in the bill. Many bidieve thst the bill
bus been made public in its present
by-laws .subject to ratirii ation by general
meeting to be held in sixty days". There is
to be an arbitration committee of five
members from each association to settle
ui-puti-s among them.
I lie above Is the u an in brief as out inert
before the meeting Some of the detail
are omitted as their publication would work
an injury to the assoeiotion until the plan
is understood by all. Alter considerable
discussion the general plan was adopted
unanimously and the association then took
the tuaiter up section byjeciiun. Seven
teen sections were adonted alter some mod.
iticatious and a committee was appointed
to prepare a constitution and by-laws for
tbe new association.
A resolution was passed to the effect that
until tbe new association established a
standard of prices no cuuira. ts for the out
put lor tbe coming year would be made.
tue discussion on the details of i,;,, nn.
cupied tbe greater part of two days, but at
me conclusion me manufacturers were of
the opinion that it is the oi Iv one v.r of
fered that would bold good.
Iti'Miiau of organization was thn fnbn
up and a niouon prevailed that the agree
ment, ii Mgneu, snouia not be binding
upon tbe nulls represented at tbe meeting
unle-s all tbe ruUl owners in the mt
signed the articles. Signatures to the fol
lowing agreement were toen called for:
1 hereby nledere myself to sitr,, th act-
cles of agreement adopted this date by the
shingle manufacturers assembled in the
Chamber of Commerce building. Seattle,
and to sign and return so tbe secretary at
ouce a copy of the articles when printed
and sent tome for my signature."
This agreement was signed by twenty-one
Upon motion it was decided to instruct
Mr tmniway to make a personal canvass
of lhe different mills ,m 1 ccnre their names
to the pledge, A subscription of fS per
block was then taken op to defray the pre
liminary expenses.
Kv.-ry mill represented cheerfully sub
scribed to the fund as an evidence of good
faith. The question of pri-cs for the year
1&4 Was tlieil diMCUSaed And ar.Knllltiin
hnally pased declaring it the sense of the
meeting tnat for the coming ymr the prices
of shinties at the mills should he placed on
a -,. uu, ie.sioiiiiti.4u per tnousand
for btar A Stars, and 11.65 for clears :
weights 180 and 200 pounds. The following
mo ion was then curried without a ni-sent-
mg voice: "t,ve-y atgner of these articles
pledges himsi ll and the firm he represents
to attend a melting in person or by projty.
t be called by the president as soon as ull
the manufac urers sign these articles; and
further, that he or the firm or company he
repre-ent will at the meeting, sell to the
executive committee shingles to the value
lion perblock, to be paid for by tbe com
mittee when s-cb manufacturer has begun
shipping and paid in enough per 1,000 to
amount to 30 per block: or. ii thev cannot
pay the money thev will out ud collateral
or its equivalent."
The dealers' association met on the same
diys in Scat-le and praciirallv agreed to
everything as embodied in the new plan of
reorganization. Dealers and manufactur
ers atik realized that nothing could be ac
complished without con- erted action, and
for tbe first time in the history of the
shingle business, in lividdal opinions were
laid aside and all worked for the general
good. ,
County of Columbia.)
Lj sued out of the Circuit court of the
state of Oregou. for the c-iuntvof Multno
mah , to me directed, in favor of Wortmuii
and against City Livery and Carriage Ci
et ai, tor the mm ot seven hundred an
eighty dollurs. with interest thereon at t
rale of eight per cent, from tlieSUth day of
.-einrniucr. i.-kw, ami me turuier sum til
$:W.90 costs and accruing costs, 1 have,
tins 1st day of I)eccniher, 1SU3. duly levli
upon me following real property bclongin
to the said City Uverv and Carriage Co., to
wit; The northeast X of the northwest K
ami tue northwest V4 ot tile northeast V4
alt in section iuiiiini-r-.il. townshin 11 north
of range 2 west of tile Willamette meridian
in Columbia county .state of Oregon, ton
tabling SO acres, more or less. Now. there
fore, in pursuance ot said execution. I will
on the (ith dav of January. 1H. at the
uour ot to o uiock A. M. ot said dav at tin
court house door in said county and state
sell at puhlic auction all the right, tille,
claim and interest In and to (lie above-de-
scrined real property of said Citv 1 iverv
and Carriage Co. e! al. to tha hiirhcst b i
der for cash in hand at time of sale, or so
much thereof as wil sutisfvsaid vecuiion
costs and accruing costs. U. A. MAt&lK.
janS Sheriff of Columbia County, Or,
Countv of Columbia !
13 issued out of the Circuit Court of the
Mate of Oregon, for ihe Com fy of Coluni
hia. in favor of August Warner and aminai
Mary A. Leonard, lor the sum of 0H ,65
United htates Q.sld Coin, with interest
thereon at the rate of 8 per cent per annum
from the 10th dav nl October. IS., and the
further sum of J-.m dollars costs, and for
JX dollars attorney a fee, and the costs anc
expenses of sale and said writ. Now. there
fore by virtue and in pu smince of ssid
judgment, 1 will on Monday, the 3th day of
January, isa. ii inecouil nouse door. I
anuary. lfjfM. at the com t house door
St. Helens. Columbia county, Oregon, at
the hour of 10 o clock a. m. of said day
sell at publio auction, to the highest bidder,
for cash, the following descrilied real prop
erty, to wit : Tbe eat V of the southws-l
i, and the west U oi the southeast ( of
secnon 45. lownsDiu norm, range I west,
Willamette meridian. Columbia county. Or
egon , containing ibu acre of laud, more or
less, to satisfy the hereinbefore said sum
for the costs and expenses of said sale
.-aid property w ill be sold sublet to re
demption as per statute of Oregon. Wit
ness my hand this 8th day of December,
l-f3. O. A. M ASS K.
jand Sheriff of Columbia County, Oregon,
Politlon for Liquor License.
To the Honorable Conntv Court of Co
lumoia countv. State of Oregon.
We, tlie unacrshrned legal voters residing
in acuppoose prtci Columbia countv
.State of Oregon, would respin tluIU- twii
tion your honorable bodv nt lis next reg
ular term oi court to ce neiu in tnc court
houe in tna city of St. Helens, Columbia
cuutv. Oregon, on Wednesdav. J arv
lotn, a u isi,t bat a 'icense he granted to
rrauk H. tswaier lo sell spitunotis vinunus
and malt Ii.pjor in uuantiues less than
one gallon, in Siappoose precinct. Co-
iinibia county. State of Oreuon. and that
such license be Issued for the period of six
niontns. i' or all ot wn.cn vour petitioners
will ever pray. II M Knighton, John Ab
bott, N II -McKay, J V Walker, C KnnUe.
0 Lafanar, Unstave Lange, Ud Krtieger, K
a. rvruee.-r, i naicmeur. I'ord Mo-r.r. vv
Tetz, L Neumann. T EKenblat', John
fichmitke, J S Vandcave. W L i'iner. Geo
urant. ueo vooant. i.us iJ.stove. into Tarn.
herg, O Neumann, 8 Remnnd. I'eila Ora
ham. K Eillsins, P l.inilgrcn.lK Norman I)
O Krejni in. O D Garri-on, O Oecker, F F
Usher. Henry Keeker, D Balcli, E I) Mc
Kay. K A Me Kay, Louis Elgin, Mab-olm
McKay, Hammond, .las Peacock, Win
McMains. (jrant Evans, C I Kovcr. W H
Mt-Far!aiid. It Ilot!r. W T Freeman. Ed
Lamberson, Wm T White. W J Englerf, E
Oldcndorff John Pettersen. Andrew N ittie,
t an !Ht.B. f rank iuicom. Kohert Kit -I.
Ralph Bujan, M Bwi. k, A H Larsen. I T
rvaiker, J u Armstrong, P Lous'gn -nt. Jos
W Campbell, C Rabinsliy, K Urucbl, E
Armstrong, WG Pomerov, F8baw, J G
Tompkins. Wm Wolf, ft II Harnett, G
Schmitke, L Oidendorf, II W White.
Notice to Creditors,
5otiee Is hereby given that, the under
signed has been appointed administrator of
the estate of Columbia Lan-aster.deeeased,
and all persons baring claims against said
estate are hereby notified to present the
same to me, wi'h tbe necessary vouchers,
within six months from the first publication
of this notice, at my residence, at Ilotilton
poatoffice, Columbia countv, Oregon.
Administrator of tbe estate of Columbia
Lancaster, deceased. Dated Nov. 6, ld03.
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
521 JP
aawaww9 "
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alam.
Peed in Millions of Homes 40 Years tbe Standard.
Notice of Appointment.
Notice is hereby given that lhe under
"igned has been duly anpointr-d by the
Countv Court for Columbia Conntv. Ore-
f on. as administrator of the estate of John
vcy, deceased: and that all persons hav
ing claims against said estate are hereby
required to present them to said adminis
trator, duly verified on oath, within 'ix
months after the first publication of this
notice at the oliice of Caples Allen, No.
as, Mtuaey umidlng, Portland, Oregon.
Dated November 2, 1H83. Administrator.
Settlement of final account,
NOTICE Is hereby glren that I. the former
administratrix of the estate of Ell G. Foster,
deceased, have filed In the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Columbia county, mv final
account as such administratrix, and that Tues
day, tbe 2nd day of January, 1SS4, at 2 o'clock
P. M . and the court room of said cmit-t hi
been appointed by said court as the time ami
place for hearing the same, at which tima any
ircrH,ii mi'Kntcu iiimt appear inn me onject
ions to the same. EMZAKKTH FOSTER,
Former admlnimiairli of said estate.
The well-kuown firm of J, M. MOYER & CO., No. 140, First street, Portland, advertifltf to clow
out their stock at cost on account ot
Dissolution of Co-Partnership!
The goods carried by this firm are well-known and havegiven Batisfitction to every purchaser
Their stock is complete in every respect and they offer their lines of imported goods at
And their sterling line of Oregon-made goods at actual cost of manufacture. They offer 326
Hues of ir.en'8 suits in Crepe, Clays, Diagonals, Cheviot, Meltons, Kerveys and Tweedsj
100 lines of overcoats in Kerseys, Meltons, IJeuvers, Tilot Cloth, Cheviots,
Serges. Mohairs and Tweeds; 75 lines of trousers in every conceiv
able pattern; 50 lines of boys suits in Cheviots, Serges,
Cassimeres and Tweeds; CO lines of knee pants
suits of all grades; large lines of
In all, the stock consists of over $80,000 worth of first-class, seasonable goods which will b
Bold at nctu'd cost. This is an opportunity which should not be neglected. The entire
sto cof goods is placed in stacks with prices undernerth in pUin figure, eaoli stack
containing goods ol ono price. Merchants in the interior will find thta a splen
did chance to purchase goods at New York cost, and save freight.
J. M. MOYER & CO.,
IV- 17 n '
Ud lull 111
11J11 I
you to rind tbe most desirable placa Is
purchase vour' invijrator.
rsvr-TTi i" a iTrtTTvsm
Keeps constantly on hand the famous
Cuban Blossom Cigars.
The finest line of Wlnea t.lonors and
Cigera to be found this side of Port
land. And if you wish to
engage in a giimo of
They can assure you that they have the
nest table in town, f.vary tiling near and
neat, ana your paironnge la respecuudy
tjt Helens, Oregon.
T D'Warreii Kelly, M, D.
ial Mtsntisn to Diseases of Women
New York EcsStaamnt.
Ajidkrsom Beakcy, Proprietors.
138 Ftrat tlravt,
Souyenir Spoons a Specialty.
Special Attention to. Watch Repalrlai.
Astoria Marble Works,
i. ii. itiiiorp, rao'r.
) MAHuracTurtiB or
Marblo and Granite
All Kinds of Cemetery Wont.
.A s tori a
aSS 11 . ;""
. . . J. H. DECKER . .
Tha old and reliablo barber has his raaora just aa
sharp as can be found, and will aliave you com
fortahlyanJ quickly (or only fitlocn cenla.
SARAH DIXON, O. M. Shaver. Master.
Leaves Portland, nt Alder Street Deck, evorv rlv (e
tcioc. inrr iiuaaaniP, ioica,t. at Bativio'a i.land, St. Helena, Columbia Cily,
Ka niim.NMf City, Rainier, Cfdar landing, Mt. Coffin, Uradhury, Stella,
and all intermediate jioiuta, returning evory morning (except Monday )
IT I'Aya
Success Sure.
Address 1. C. RF.VMOKRF R, Oreaonlan BIdf.
Eatrar Ncttlre.
Strayed from my ttlace this anmmer, two
sH-ers, roin resi aim wnue, win ne three
years old this enminesnrina-. Anv inform
aiinn of their whereabouts will be rewarded
by Mrs. C. feel one. tjrappoose, Ore.
Vvni Triflon Can,b hd chaap fur cash by
11UH ilGu3 "J
annlvltiK to A. lioladar. Hcnn
' boose. Oregon. Alitile trues. 1
to S years old, ts to 110 per hundred Prunes
ana oilier varieties.
The Connty Treasurer
and Saturdays of each week.
Can be seen at
nt. Helens on
Executed at this office In a
manner, and at nrlnps
the times. KnvftlirxH.
bill heads, letter heads, business and vlsltlne
ini.i uimiKv, aiij in iw:,, me uiihw is nriier
eoiilptied ihan ever before to turn out all clams
of commercial job printing.
Cemetery Lots
Notlca l hereby given
that the officers and mem
bers of Hi. Helens Loriire
No. 117, 1. O. O. T., of t. Helens, Oregon, ara
plrassd to inform the public that they are now
offering lota for sal at a reasonable price, In
their burial around. Tbe price on lots 10x20
feet being 1:0 a lot, and the briee of any of the
larger lots ran be obtained from the board of
trustees, who are C. It. Hart, M. F. Hazen and
0. A. Massie. Now being the time to procure
choice lots, first come llrst served. The south
one-half of the cemetery has been sat aside tor
the public while the north one-hut, has ben
reserved for the member of the f;rder. Any
one desiring information or wishing to procure
a lot can doso by conferring with ths hoard of
crust, sly order i th Leda.
! Caveats, and Trarie-Marka obtained, and all i'at
i ent business conducted for MootasTC f rrs.
f nu rtvnev la 0oaiTr u. a. patent Orriee
E and we can secure patent in lest lluic Uiau liiwac
iremot from Washington,
Send model, drawing or photo,, with descrlp.
! tloo. We advise, if pateniabl or not. I re of
charge. Our fee not due till patent it secured.
a Pswshlct, "How to Obtain Patents,'' with
coat of lame in th U.S. and foreign countries
tent free. Address,
This is the reason why
The St. Charles Hotel,
O. W. KNOWLES, Proprietor,
Hs auch a large patronage by the business men of the 8 late.
If you want to meet a friend you will alwaya find him at The St. Charles.
The table will be auppliod with the best the market afforda.
Board by the Day, Week; or Month at Reasonable rates
Everything Clean. A Share of Your Patronage la Solicited.
If von want work that Is pleasant and profitable,
send aa your address Immediately. W teach men
and wo-nen how to earn f rom tlS.OO per day to
3,000 Mir yenrwltliout having ban prevlou
experience, and furnish the employment at which
tber can matte that amount. Nothing difficult to
l-arn or Unit requires much time. The work Is
easy, healthy, and honorable, and can be done dur.
Ing daytime or evenings, right in your own local
ity, wherever you live. The result of a few
hours' work often equala a wnrk'a wage.
We have taught thousands of both arxei and all
ages, and many have laid foundations that will
surely bring them rlciies. Home of the smartest
men In this country owe their tuocest In life to
thenar! glvea them while In our employ years
ago. You, reader, may do as well) fry It. You
cannot fall. No capital neceasary. Went you out
with something that is new, anlirl, r nil sure. A
book brimful of advice ii free to all. Help your.
self by writing for It to-day sot to morrow.
JL'slaya are costly,
E. C. ALLEN & CO.,
Boa 420,
2CarsrU"TT BFiOS
Vernonia and Cornelius. On.
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Rough and Dressed Lumber

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