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FUBM8RRD I VERY FRIDAY, r SIDE'HEAD PARAQItAP BU A Livily Bioi Tht Telephone and Potter hd a rerjr exciting noi aavlnjr St. Helens Wednesday morn log. The Potter pulled out several lengths ahead, but before Columbia Oily wm reaohed the Telephone gava tha signal to pin, which was vary promptly acknowledged by the Potter, and thus ended tha race for the time being. . . Tbi Wobk PaoORMsiito. Orchard A Jones have the water main for the new system laid at far as Houlton, nd yesterday morning when the oill aeni af that place woke up they found a substantial ttreara of water flowing through the street from the and of tha main. These gentlemen are using vary effort to have the system com plete by July 4th. Don't Eat Rook Oybtir. Persons going to the coast at this season of the year should not eat rook oysters. This is tha season of tha year whan they re unwholesome and poisonous. Out of a party of Ave who ate rook oysters at Newport, three weeks ago three of tha party were made deathly sink and one of them came near losing his life, nd la not yet out of danger. Thta la the wrong season of the year for rook oysters. An Old Cgrr. The old steamer North Pacific, whiob has bean ia act ive service on the Bound for about twenty-fire years, passed up the river one day last week lor Portland, where he Joined the fleet of old hulks be longing to tha O. R. A. N. Co. The North Paolflo Is a sidewbeoler, with a walking-beam, and for many years was the "crack" boat of Putet Sound, but like all other good things sha bas t last outlived her usefulness. . Wiix Ehiiipfid. .The steamer It. B. Thompson was again placed on the Astoria route last Saturday night, af ter having undergone eitensive re- I wire for some time. The Thompson s now an almost new boat, and far mora modern than when first built. She ia supplied with electrio lights throughout, and a searchlight oper ated from the pilothouse for conven ience in landing at night. More state rooms have been added, and the old sections formerly occupying the din ing room have been taken out. It may be said tbat the Thompson is complete In every detail. A 28-inch Fish 8toy. Mr. M. 0. Gray, our accommodating and efficient telegraph operator, spent last week in company with a friend fishing over on Coweeman and Qoble creeks in Wash ington. Mr. Gray tells a gunuine fish story to the effect that he and his companion, after two days' hard man miming, succeeded in capturing a trout 20 inches long and weighing 19 pounds. To accomplish this daring feat the weapons used were "pistols for two," Osh hooks, aod ending in a final charge with staffed clubs, which at last proved fatal to bistrouUhip (). Mr. Gray Insists that this is no joke. - Am Ehthdsustio Mbctiko. The steamer Shaver brought about 200 members of the Portland A. P. A. or ganisatinna down to this city bat Sat urday night who joined with tha local branch of that order and held an open meeting at the city hall. The boat did not arrive until 10 o'clock, after which tha band played sums splendid selec tions which was followed by enthisi astio speeches from several of tha vis itors until 12 o'clock when the eicur aioniata left for horn. Tha meeting wae largely attended by people from some distance in the country and a great deal of enthusiasm was manifest. Coubthousb NawtY Roorgn. The wotk of reroofing tha courthouse has been vigorously prosecuted during the week by Mews. uiart une, ana was undertaken none too soon. Just how long the old shingles have served to protect the many valuable docu ments in the courthouse from the storms of time we are unable to say, but from their appearance when re moved they had been there many years. The building has undergone a general renovation Inside and oat. and now presents a much more invit ing appearance. If time, in its frantic race, is not loo severe with this relio of antiquity it wilt serve its purpose for soma time to come. A Rarb Sioht. There was a strange eight viewed by the people of this place Tuesday evaulng. The moon, whioh was but a few days old. and the evening star, Venice, were traveling exactly tha same oourse, or nearly so, at least, from all appearance, for at one lima the star stood exactly upon tha upper point of the moon, present ing a lovely as well as phenomenal soene, aa the entire oirole of the moon was most brilliantly illuminated. The two planets apparently remained in their close proximity for several mo menta, when the atar passed down ward to tha north of the moon. It wae sight whioh wa may never see again. A Fortunatb Esoafb. Two Ital ians by the name of G. Sbarbaro and G. Malaines, experienced several hours of great exposure and endurance Tues day night, and narrowly escaped be ing drowned. They were on their way down to the lower Ashing grounds from Portland, with a large fishing boat nd their luggage, and as they were passing Warrior rock about 10:30 p. rn. tba boat, which was carrying too much canvas, uacerimonioualy cap sited, precipitating its oooupanta to the rough water. With characteristic 1 1 alien grit they clung to their boat whioh drifted to the breakwater oppo site this place, where the men deserted the boat and climbed upon the jetty, where they shouted Ions and loud for help. Their distressing appeals for as siatanoe were beard by several persons here during the night, and two or three attempts were made bv looal fishermen and others to locate them, but without inoceedinar. The men remained in their unoom for table po sition until about 7 o'olook the next morning when tbey were reaoued by James Oor and Mitchell Ray, who brought tbom to this place, not much tba wof) off, physically, and glad to Step again upon terra arms. PEIUsOPrAIj AND GENERAL. Red, white and blue goods at Dol man's. 7. D. Henrinl, of Montavilla, was in town Wednesday. W. H. Dolman visited Portland Tuesday, County court will convene on next Wedueeday. ''Mrs. D. J. B witter was In Portland last Saturday. George Perry, of Houlton, waa in Portland yesterday. Mra. U. W.Clark, of Houlton, went to Portland yesterday. Mrs. T. J. Cleeton is visiting ber parents over in Aehalem tbia week. Attorney Fisk, of Kelso, was attend ing to legal business here yesterday. II. M. Fowler, of Reuben, was in town Monday on business Mission. Tha steamer Bbaver took an excur sion party to Martin's Bluff last Bun day. 0. H. English, sr., the prosperous merchant of Deer Island, waa in town Monday. General Bohofleld, the head of the United States army, was in Portland this week, W. A. Harris received bis commis sion as notary publio from tba govern or, last Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Holman, of Woodland, Cal., has been in the city several days Visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J, 0. Rica left Mon day tor Limestone, Ky., where tbey will in future reside. Frank Dow, of Oak island, was In town Tueiday evening, and returned Wednesday morning. Mrs. E. L. Jepson, of Fishhawk, waa in the city Tuesday and loft in the afternoon for Pottlaud. Mrs. T. C. Watts, of Reuben, waa in town Saturday night in attendance at the Eastern Star chapter. Mrs. 8. 8. Way returned to her school at Apiary last Tueedsy after spending several daya at home. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Cleeion spent some days in Portland last week, re turning home Saturday eveniog. Mrs. W. A. Harris came in from the place near Vernonia, Tuesday, and will remain in town several days. Mrs. A. A. Merrill, of Deer Island, ia stopping at the residence of Dr. Chalmers receiving medioal treatment, Mrs. J. M. P. Chalmers returned Sunday from Portland where she had spent the previous weok visiting rel atives. Rev. Charles E. Philbrook of the Congregational denomination will preach in Houlton next Buudey morn ing at 11 o'olook. Miss Rose Wilcox, of Hillsborn, teacher in the publio schools of that city, is in this city this week the guest of Mrs. J. R. Beegle. Dr. Cliff spent last Saturday and Sunday at Cathlamet and Stella, Wash., on profeesional business. He returned Monday. S. Colboun, formerly of this place, but now of McMinnvillo, was in Hie oity this week. Mr. Calhoun reports not a prosperous condition in Yamhill county. The appearance of the country be tween this place and Houlton has been greatly improved by cutting away the timber, whioh has been converted into cord wood by Mr. Giison. The school children who went to Portland park laat Saturday bad many thrilling and exciting adventures to relate to their associates when they arrived home. Dr. Chalmers wss called to Deer Isl and last Sunday to administer to C. H. English who was suffering from an attack of inflammation of the bowels. At last account the patient waa im proving. The steamer Young America went to Astoria Saturday night for the pur pose of going on the bench to have her hull repaired and painted. She re turned Sunday evening and reanmed ber regular trip to Portland Monday. The O. R. A N., always alert to the welfare of their patrons,. have placed on sale at principal stations, a 1000 mile ticket at the rate of three cents per mile, good one year from date of sale, and good for passage over the rail and water lines of their system. On a business trip to Portland Mr. Dolman reports finding trade better than it averaged last year. Prices are not advanoing noticeably in flour, provisions and staple merchandise. The stock of Fourth of July goods is not large in Portland, so Mr. Dolmau made his purchases, as the market showed signs of an early advance in prices In these lines. Rev. Charles Philbrook, of Kansas, a brother of Mrs. Sarah Lamont, Is vis iting with his sister this week. The reverend gentleman waa here thirty years ago, and haa since been engaged in the ministry for the Congregational denomination in Kansas and Califor nia. He it desirous of locating per manently in Oregon and is now here for the purpose of selecting a location. While in Stockton, Cal., some time ago, Thomas F. Langan.of Los Banos, that state, was taken very severely with oramps and diarrhoea. He by chanoe met Mr. C. M. Carter, who was similarly afflicted. He says: "I told him of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and we went to the Holden Drug 8 tore and pro cured a bottle of it. It gave Mr. Car tor prompt relief, and I oan vouch for its having oured me." For sale by Dr, Edwin Ross, druggist. Wkli Can gli. There is no danger from this disease when Chamberlain' Cough Remedy is freely given, It liquifies the tough mucus and aids Its expectoration. It also lessens the severity and frequently of paroxysms of coughing, and insures a speedy recovery. There is not the least danger In giving the remedy to children or babies, as it contains no injurious eubstanca. For sale by Dr. Edwin Ross, druggist. . DEEK ISLAND DOlAOCv Beautlful weather for all kinds of work, specially baying. ' Tha ram of last week did bat Utile dam air to bay, but muob good to tbe growing crop. Mrs. A. A. Merrill was taken to St. Hel ens last week for medical treatment, aud Is under tbe oaie of Dr. Chalmers, Rev. Judy preaches hers quits frequently now, and tfi people like to Itst.n to bis ey reasoning methods and quaint waya of explaining God's wonderful way of sal vation. D. W. Freeman.of Flshhawk. ipent Sun day visiting hli aunt, Mrs. Elisabeth Mer rill, and other relative and friends here. He attended Sunday school In the after noon, and enjoyed tn ssrvlcs and the walk very much. Mrs. Wattle English spent last week in Portland doing business and aightseelng. and attending tha bedside ol her nick broth er, J, W. BevU, Jr., wbo Is very poorly with pneumonia, dui who was greauy impronu when she lell the elty. 0, li. Olsen reoeived quite a musical sur prise a few evenings ego when Mr. fisher and tbe neighbors called at bli borne and gave an instrumental and vocal entertain ment, which the host and hostess enjoyed end recompensed the surprlsers for their irouoie. James Oaiten now sports a new home so Gentle, so kind, so true that he can peck Is whole family on, or for that matter the whole neighborhood. Jim bas made a good trade, and can sin In the language ol his native noet, ''As be rode off on his grey mars, Meg, better, never lift a leg." U. H. English wss taken violently sick lost Bundsy morning with severe pains la the stomach, and for a time his life waa dlepaired of. Dr. Chalmers was called In, but before he srrlved Charley was renting moreeasilv. He is now snnarentlv Past all danger, and is on tba road to rapid re covery. R, Fisher spent th most of last week visiting C. H. English and other acquaint ances, and mane sale of another organ to J. Beverson, of Ooble. Mr. Fisher haa done mors good to tins neignnorhooa in Har monising the general feeling and sympathy of each other than all the preachers wbo have been in our midst. Mrs. Ida Bonserand her daughter visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. English, besides numerous friends here, last week, before leaving for Fort Simpson, British Columbia, where they will Join their hue band and fiither, the well-known and popu lar Captain John Bonser, who I running a steamboat on one of the northern rivers. Tbe boys who worked tbe road elms to Columbia Oity station found a very pecul iar kind of a rock. It resembled flint but bad no flinty substance, and apparently ia mixed with lion stalk, like what Is corn mon in furnaces of backsmlth shops. With the least pressure it breaks into fragments. Home persons express the opinion tbat lbs substance is part of a meteor. The school teacher, Mrs. J. J.Galvin, contemplates giving the eohool children a f icnie on the Fourth, and way go to St. Mens to the celebration if all the pupils will Join. Mrs. Galvln doe not believe In any partiality, and if one goes the whole school must go, as the Glorious Fourth be longs to all. This is a true patriotic spirit, and we recommend Its teaching in all schools. We are much pleased with our teacher setting tbe example. Tbe Caanan school Is putting forth an ef fort to make theirs tbe banner district of the county, having discarded th home mad benches and deks, and bought a dozen automatic desks. Tbey have other appurtenances which are equal to the de mands of any country school. They lack nothing now but an organ, and by the way, we would recommend (his to all the schools and we believe that th lira is not far dis tant when all schools will be supplied with musical Instruments. MAYOEK, Mr. Charles Mayger ha the finest look ing garden In this place. He baa potatoes almost ripe. Ben Smith looks very sad. I think his love bas grin and If ft biiu sad and lonely again. But don't give up, Ben; try again. The prospect for an abundance of fruit in till vicinity I fluttering, and we hone it will all mature well and bring a good price thia fall. C. N. Davidson has commenced banllng lumber from Johnson Bro. mill to Mav- ger's wharf, where it will be shipped direct to foriinna. Jaine Pollen, of this nlace.has taken hi fishnet and started for the Lower River to try hi luck, a the run of fish I quite light nere at present. John Slookenberg is In th bay-harvest-Ine business, and the prospects are that John win nave an anunaanoe oi (net proa- uct lor next winter a use. Qnst A. Larsen has sold the timber on hi 80-scre vract to J. McAdam. and he In tends, w understand, to put in a donkey engine to do th logging with. There wss a dance given at Stella Satur day niirht laat. to which a number of our voung people went, among them being Vack Yobnson. wbo reported a splendid time and a good supper, aa Mr. Coleman and her daughters always prepare. Last Baturdav Win. Fluhrer went over to Burr's to buv shingle bolts, and from there he went to Hogue's camp for a visit, where he remained until after supper, when he darted bom in a smaunoat. dui wnan n reached the foot of the island tbe wind was hlowin. so hard he decided to wait a while. ao h sat on the point of the island all night singing "Don't Blow, y Wind of the Uoean, uon t mow. There wa a speedy race on Hojue' Isl and laat Saturday. It seems that the cor respondent qf Th Mist wrote a piece about Pat Hughes' diving proiensitis. and then hnd cheek enough to pay Pat a visit. But Pat saw the big man coming, and that was the cans of the race, as the correspondent not being equal lo tha emergency, took the back trur.k, with Pat closely persuing. The water wa soon reached and the correspond ent swam for the Oregon ahor with all pos sible haste, leat Pat should come after him in the manner that he persued th salmon. REUBEN RUMORS. Mra. Elisabeth Foster went to Portland last Friday. Vrrd Kohle shinned several cases of full cream cbeeae from hi factory Wednesday. The mill at Mnereaville haa been running full time thia week and is turning out some tine lumber. George Foster, Jr., had a new fishboat stolen Saturday night and so far bas been unable to trace it. Jack Haley of Portland and Charles 8pecht of Sauvlea, were in town Sunday calling on old friends. Fred Nenabaoroer and Joseph Lawrence went to Portland laat Wednesday, where each purchased a new wagon. Laat week Jack McOrath .hauled from Apiary 103.000 shingles, which he shipped to Portland Monday on the Kellogg. Charles Bpecht bought a fin holsteln bull from Jack Haley last Monday and shipped him to bis farm on Banvies island. B. Hoven launched bis scow "Reserva tion" at this place last Saturduy, and thia week, with the assistance of H. Johnson, is putting on the finishing touches. When completed he intonds to run it between tbi place and his islnnd. . Contract Awar'dkd. The sealed bids for the construction of the new school house at Houlton were opened last Saturday. The building is to be 28x44 feet, two stories, of 13 feet each, the main room to be 28x36 feet with an 8-foot rostrum at one end and an 8 foot cloak-room at the other, the lower room to be ceiled bat nothing will be done to the upper story except to lay the floor, and no painting is mentioned in the contract. The structure is to be completed by Sep tember 1. Baker Bros., of Gillton, were awarded the contract for 9828, the highest bid being S819. The con tractors furnish all tbe material, . jCROPK- AND WEATHER. . Following Is tbsTTport of th Stat Weather Bureau for th week ending on Monday, J un 24. WESTERN ORIOOH. Weather No rain bas fallen during the past week. The weather has been gener ally clear, though high fog prevailed several moruii'ga until 10 o'olook. Th tempera ture gradually roa during the week, rang Ingin maximum from 6 to 84 degree, th latter occurring Saturday. These tempera ture were from 2 to 10 degree higher than th proceeding week. The minimum tem perature ranged from 44 to 68 degree. There haa been no marked or noticeable drvneaa in the air. hence no rapid drying out of th mil. . Crop Th weather na been exceeaing ly favorable to all growing vegetation. Rainfall in Douglas, Josephlu and Jack- f train and root crops, but Injurious to new y mown bav. These crop are not, aa yet, suffering for rain, but rain would be of omen i. .. . . Havlna is In nroaress In sll sections, snd th prevailing weather i extremely favor able to It; much of th clover and cheat bay has already bean cut; th timothy hay Ls now beading out. The hay is very heavy, and a successful bay yearls assared. Oats and wheat that were tall or winter sown bav headed out. The correspond ent nniformly report that the grain S respect were never better. There I a torough feeling of satlsfacllon over th grain outlook among the farmers." Soma barley will be cut this week, but the greater portion will not be cut nntit naxtweek. Soma faw correspondents re port smut in their wheat; this 1 confined almost entirely to the low land. Tbe grain apiua naaaimoNienureiv oupprcu snd hnt little damaee waa done bv this In sect, The warm weather has been es pecially beneficial to the corn. Tber ba oren niurs cum mi uoui tnwui ...... at it belt it ia a very small crop, but it Is thriving and doing unusually well. JrasHhoiiner are reported to be In Jack son county in large numbers; so far no damage haa been done, but their presence Is viewed with alarm. Children' Day at Gillton. Th Bavvlew Sunday achool at Olllton. V. M Unvt aunerintendent. celebrated last Honday aa Chlldiens' Day. Th pupil lalrly excelled themseive in me penorm ance of their various parts. Tber wa a large crowd In attendance, and most excel i.nt nrdi.p nravailed. both during the ex ercises, and at the lunch which was served Immediately arterward in me nan aoove. The following is the programme as rendered : Prayer Mr. O. W. Baker 8ong-"Thy that Walt Upon the Lord" By tba Sunday School Remark to the children O. w. Baker Mediation "The Collier's DyingChild' KvaOllchrlst Song "The Golden Shore" Mrs. Nelson, Misses Minnie and Birdie Downing and Messrs. Hegele and Hoyt Recitation "The Crown of Thorn"... Floyda Fullerton Song "Work and Pray" .. the children Recitation "A Plea for Boy" Frank! Hoyt Dialogue -"What Can Little c hildren Do?" Six little girl Recitation "A Memory Gem" Eddie Harm 8olo "Come and Buy My Flower" . . . Maud Slven Recitation George Hazen Quartette. . . .Mrs. Hovt, Mis Downing, . . Measra. Hovt and Hegele Recitation "Just IorToday'f Lillie Beaver Kecttati.Mi '"Cause It wa Me mat Fell" Ethel Bacon Recitation "Little Deed of Kindness" Max Berg Recitation 'The Watered Lilliea" . . . il.iud Slaven DIalogu-"Tbi Life ls What We Make H" Five boys fnrttt Mra. Hnvt. Miss Downing. . . Messrs. Hoyt and Hegele Recitation "Glory Be to God on High" Edilh Haaen Recitation "Sharing" May Harms Song "Sing of His Loye". .Mrs. Nel son. Missee Minnie and Birdie Downing, Messrs. Hegele and Hoyt Recitation "I Never Spoke Before" . . . Louis Larsen Solo "Won't Yon Bny Mv Rose" . Little Victoria Hegele Recitation "Whisper Song" . Annie Jensen Dialogue "Children' Day Queen" Ten little girl Song "Christ Is Coming" ....Th School When Baby waa alck, we gave ber Csstorl. When sha was s Child, she cried for Castor!. Wben she became Ml, ah ehiag to Csstorla. Whan sha had Children, she gave UmnCaatorl. Note and receipt books for sale at this offlce. We can furnish you the Weekly Or egonian and The Mist, both together, one year for 12 This is the time of year when the email boy is "in the swim," whether his father is or not. Captain Sullivan's Challenge. The Astorian 8ays: "The Astoria u is authorized by Captain Sullivan, of the Poller, to state that he ia willing to race the Telephone on any day that it may suit the convenience of her cap tain or owners, from Portland to As toria, making no landings or stoppage ot any kind between wharf and wharf. Captain Sullivan stands ready at any moment to deposit a certified check for $500 with the Astorian, and will wager that amonnt that the Potter wins the race. He will waive all tri vial conditions, and announces that he ia ready at any day or hour tbat it may suit tbe opposite side to test, in a genuine and conclusive manner, the speed ot both boats." Any one who has ever had an attack of inflammatory rheumatism will re joice with Mr. J.A. Stumm, 220 Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, over his fortu nate escape from a aiege of that dis tressing ailment. Mr. Stumm is fore man of Merriam's confectionery estab lishment. Some months ago, on leav ing the heated work room to run across the street on an errand, he was caught out in the rain. The result was that when ready to go home that night he was unable to walk, owing to inflam matory rheumatism. He waa taken home, and on arrival was placed be fore a good fire and thoroughly rubbed with Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Dur ing the evening and night he was re peatedly bathed with this liniment, and by morning was relieved -of all rheumatio pains. He now takes great pleasure in praising Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and always keeps a bottle of it in the house. For sale by Dr. Edwin Ross, druggist. Are Very Thankful. The heartfelt thanks of both teacher and Fupils ar due Mr. Newaom, of the steamer ralda, for the geneious treatment aocorded them on the occasion of th excursion to Portland Saturday last. W were all grate ful for the low rates made to the children for the trip, and judge of tbe surprise in store when upon arriving in the metropo lis even thia waa donated aa a treat to the little one. Mr. Newaom was as kind and attentive to "our babies" aa any father; in fact the entire Iraida orew sought to make it what it was a most enjoyable exper ience. It i but Just to reonrd that other boats, th Young America and Mascot, ten dered their service , but (ailing time of th Iraida wa most favorable for the occasion. L. Bills Gappi. "' Awarded Hlgheit Honor-World' Fair, Oold Madal, Midwinter Fair. DO; CHEAM ;Mot Perfect Made, 40 Years the Standard. SHERIFF'S SALE. In the Circuit Court of tbe Stat of Oregon, for tbe County ol volumDi. James f Watson, Trustee; and Commer cial National Bank, oi Portland, Oregon, Plaintiffs, versos TheColnmbtaftlver Lumber A Fuel Com pany, it. L. Babln, 8. W. Blasdel, a Re ceiver; H. B. Bortbwlck, C. W. Know lea, p. i. Moon; H. B. Borthwlck and W. at. Fralne, partners, a Borthwlck it Fralna; J. r. domes, aod J. at. Leavens, Defend ants. BY VIRTUE OF A JUDGMENT, ORDER, DE cree and aa execution, duly Issued out of snd under the seal of the above-entitled court, In the above-entitled cause, to me duly directed, and dated the 7th day ol June, upon a de cree rendered and entered In said court 011 the 19lh day at May. 1806, and In lavor ol Jamas t. Watxon, Trustee; nd Commercial National Bank, of Portland, Oregon, and against tbe above named defendants, for the sum of 66,70I.S3, with Interest on 16,554.88 thoreof, at eight percent; on 67.gl2.7 thereof at uln per cant, and Interest on tlSi.l thereof at ten per eeut, all from May IStb, 18; aud tbe further sum of l8.0H7.lt, with Interest thereon at the rate of eight per cent per annum from the IStta day of May, ftttt; and th furtharsum of S32.SO costs and disbursements, and tbe co-u ot and upon this writ, commanding and requiring me to maks sale of tbe following-described property, situ ated la tbe County of Columbia, Bute of Ore gon, to-wlt: That certain leasehold Interest, S ranted, created and described In a certain Iu enture of Laaae, dated the lsth day of Decem ber, 188A, and executed by George B. Foster and Ellxa Foster, his wife, to the firm of Moore A tstarr, then composed of D. J. Moore and Charles E. Starr, which Instrument is recorded in the County of Columbia, In tbe State of Orejron, at page 468, In Hook "J," of the Records of Dseda of said County, to which Instrument and rec ord reference I hereby made for further and complete description of tbe term and con ditions of said Lease, which said Lease wa af terwards duly assigned aod conveyed by the said Lessees to the said Defendant, Columbia River Lumber A Fuel Company, by mesue con veyances therefor duly executed and acknowl edged, aald leaaed premises being situate in the County of Columbia, Bute of Oregon. Also tbe following-described lands, to-wlt: The sooth half of the south half of section ten (10). in town hln alz (SI. north of ranare two (2). west of the Willamette meridian; also the south half of River lot No. 1, ol tne river nont or neer uiiy. In Columbia County, Oregon, as delineated and designated on the town plat of Neer City, duly recorded in the Records of said Columbia Couu tv. In the office of tbe County Clerk of said Coiinlv: also tha north half of River lot No. 1. ol tbe river front of Neer City, aa the same ap pears by the plat of amid NerClty, now of record In the office of the County Clerk of said Colum bia County: also the northwest quarter of sec tion fifteen (15), township six (6), north of range two (2). west of tbe Willamette meridian, con taining one hundred and sixty (160) screa: and the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter 01 section nneen (to;, wwnsuip bij. ioj, noriu range two (V), west 01 tne w inauieiie menaian, enntalnln fnrtv ,40) acres. In Columbia County, Oregon; also the southeast quarter of section sixteen (16), In township six (C), north of range twn r9). wat nl thn Willamette meridian, con taining one hundred and sixty ltf acres; also the soutneaat quarter ot tne noruieasi quarter, snd tbe north half of the northeast quarter of section numbered fifteen (15). In township six (6), nonh of range two (2), west of the Willam ette meridian, containing one hundred and twenty (120) acres; also all 01 ine wooa ana tiui her anitahle for fuel and aawlosrs on the south' east quarter of section fifteen (15), in township al rffi. nArth nf ranira two ('21. weat of the Will amette meridian, in said County, lying wast of what is known as the Dotta nume, accoraing to the terms of a certain Instrument executed by Lawrence Archibald and Elliabelh Archibald, hla wife, nf date February Sth, 1892, and recorded t page 480 of Book "it,'' of Records of Deeds of aald Columbia County: also all the tiniDer ana other trees suitable for fuel or sawlogs upon the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter of section ten (10), township six (6), north of range two (2), west of the Willamette meridian, in ac cordance with the terms of a conveyance thereof nuule by H. P. Drennan, to the Columbia River Lumber A Fuel Company, of date July 14th, isvj: also an t nenown anasutnaing umueruu tuv northwest quarter of section twenty seven (271, township six (6), north of range two (2), west ol th WlllamtlM meridian, in accordance With the terms of a certain Instrument executed to the Columbia River Lumber A Fuel Company bv D. J. Moore, on the 11th day of August, 1892; also all the down and stannlng timber on the southwest quarter of section tweuty-two(22)towa-shtp six (6), north range two (2) west, In Colum bia County, In accordance with the terms of a certain instrument, ot aaie August mu, mmiicmI tn tha Columbia. River Lumber A Fuel Company by D. J. Moore; also all rights-of-way for flumes and roads and all easements and flumes belonging to the said Fuel Company, in said Columbia County, Oregon: also lot four (4) In section twelve (121 township six () north, range two (2) west in said County. Also one hundred and sixty (160) acres of land conveyed by Thomas McDermott and wife to D. J. Moore, and by the aald D. J. Moore and wife conveyed to the Fuel Company, by conveyance therefor by aald parties respectively duly executed, and of record In the office of the County Clerk of the rjiimtt nl Columbia, to which Deeds Records reference is had for further and more particular description: and generally all lanas anu inter est or estates belonging to the Fuel Company situate in the t'ounty of Columbia, Bute of Oregon, including tbe ataam sawmill of the Fuel Company, store house, dwelling houses and other buildings apon tbe aald lands nf the Fuel Company, and all water rights and flumes, wharves, wharf right and privileges, and gen erally, the entire plant and property of said Columbia River Lumber it Fuel Company In mm nlumkl. fnnnlv Omann tna-etheF with the tenements, hereditaments and appurten ances thereunto belonging or in anywise epper inini ami all tha eatate. rlirht. title and Inter est at Taw or In equity, of the said Columbia River Lumber s ruel company oi, in or tu ine same. Now, therefore, by virtue of said execu tion, Judgment order and decree, snd In com pliance with the demands of said writ, I will, on Tuesday, the 16ih day of July, 1895, at the hour of ten o'clock A- M., at the front door of the County Court Bonae In the City of 8t. Helena, Columbia County, Oregon, sell at public auction, subject to redemption, to the highest bidder for United suites gold coin, cash in hand, all the right, title aud interest which the above named defendants or any of them had at the date of tne mortgages of the plaintiffs herein, or since had in and to the above described real property, or any part thereof, to satisfy said execution. Judgment order and decree, interest, costs and ail accruing cosw. r ' I'i snerin oi voiumma .ounry, vrtntou ated St. Helens, Oregon, June 12, 1895. SHERIFF'S SALE. In the Circuit Court of the Stat of Oregon, for the county oi uoiumDia Henrv Weatermire, plaintiff, v. Geo.C. Engelke, Ks,ther ine . Moan and K. K. Jones, defend ants. ... B VIKniE ur ft JUUUanfll, uawen, va cree and execution, duly isaued out of and under the seal of the above-entitled Court, In the above-entitled cause, to me uuiy uirewea, AmtmA oath Hav nf Afav. 189&. uDon a 1udg ment and decree of foreclosure rendered and entered in aald Court on the 14th day of May, 189. lu favor of Henry westermire, piaintin, nri nn IT Kmrelke. Katherine E. Sloan and E. K. Jones, defendants, for th sum of two hundred and twenty ($220) dollars, with Interest at 10 per cent per annum since May 14th, 1896, with the further sum of 175.00 attorney' fee and 122.20 costs of suit, also th costs ou this writ, commanding and requiring me to make sale ol the following-described real property to wlt: The south bait' ot the northwest quarter (sH of uwW) and the north halt of the south west quarter (nH of sw&) of section twenty-on (21), township four (4) north of range four (4) west of tbe Willamette meridian, containing one hundred and sixty (160) acre, altuated tn Co lumbia county, Oregon. I duly levied upon the above-described property on the 3d day June, 1895. Now, therefore, by virtue of aald execu tion, Judgment, order and decree, and In com pliance with the commands of said writ, I will, on Monday, the 8th day of July, 1895, at the hour ot 10 o'clock a m., at the front door of the eounty court house, in the oity of St. Helens, said Couuty and State, sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash In hand, U. 8. Gold Coin, all tho right, title and Interest .which the above-named defendants or either of them had on the date of the mortgage ot plalnUff herein, or ainoe had in and to the above-described real property or any part thereof, to satisfy said ex ecution, Judgmeut, order and decree and attor ney's fees, Interest and eoata, and all aocrulng oosta. Dated at St. Helena, Oregon JumISSS J7u5 Sheriff of Columbia County, Oregon. The Portland Sun is the most pop alar paper in the state. The Mist and Sun together, per yeer f 1.75. 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