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eiltting, the Monograms o( Portland and the St. HeUmTasebaU nines will ,plajr ball at thli plaoe next Sunday. The Monograms leave for California in a. few days to play for the Kiarnlner prise for the Pad Ho .coast champion Mp, end have ooneented to visit tble plaoe before havine. A rood nm li from lied. Game will be called ttS eoiooK. Clatsiabib Hioh School. A high eohool oourte of study hai been added to the DUbllo aahooli of Olstakani The eohool year opens there on Bop- tcmoer xisi. rroiessor jr. u. wiiltteii hat been retained m prlnolpal for the coming year with Mine Abble Brvaot a assistant, The enterprise ehown ny the people of Clatakanie in estab llebing a high eohool in that city le commendable In the blgheet degree, and the institution ahould receive very possible encouragement. Abtiiam. An aeeembly of United Artisans waa Instituted in this city laat Friday evening with severe! mem ber. Offloers were -elated and in aUlled a follow! M. A.. Obarle Hooghkirki Bup't,, II. Allen (Ine'p, JS. Hoes; secretary, V. U. Davis; treas urer, Frank Dow) M. of 0., lire. Frank Dow ; 8. 0., Mr. 0. Hooghkirk ; tried leal examiners, Dri. E. Bom and II. R. Cliff. Fiv new member have been Initiated lino the institution. The next meeting will be held this (Friday) evening. Cmiroa or Schidulb. The boat eohedule between Aitorla and Port land ha been changed. Hereafter the eohedule will be a follow: The Telephone and Potter will carry the mail, on leaving each end of the route every morning at 7 o'clock. The Thorn peon and Qetcert will run a night boat, one leaving eaoh end of the route every night. By the new eohedule neither of the four steamers named will make a round trip in twenty-four hour a heretofore. Ticket are good on all four boat. Ihdustbial Exposition, .The Ore- C Industrial Exposition opene in land next Saturday night. Elab orate preparation have been made for the big show thi year, and thai por tion of the publio who attend are prom 1st d something out of the usual. Very many new attractiope not here tofore witnessed have peen added to the list. In order to realiae the pro ductiveness of Oregon' eoil and to acquire some knowledge of ber In dustrie it will be necessary te visit Aha exposition. Reduced rates on all tra-neportation line have been pro vided lorL Public Bmakimq. Hoo.T.T. deer, ol M arioo county, candidal for presl dential elector on the republican ticket, will address the people of Co lumbia county en the political issues at the following place and on the fol lowing date: At Claiskanie on Mon day evening, September 11; at Raio iier on Tuesday evening, September 22.; and at Scappooee on Wednesday vera nit, September S3. Senator Mo Bride will prubably be present at orb ol those meeting. Committeemen in , the respective precinct will arrang lor the meeting. D. Davis. Chairman Central Committee, Chpkch Organized. The organ!, sation of a Congregational church in thie city was affected laat Wednesday aviih thirteen charier member. The work of orgaoicing wa conducted by Rev. C. F. Clapp, elate superintendent of the Congregational Home Mission ary Society, assisted by Rev. D. B. Gray of Portland, Rev, It. A. 'Rowley, state Sunday school superintendent; Rev. Wallace Harlburt, of Beaverton ; Mr. Thompson, delegate from Port land; Rev. C. W. Wells, of Catlilmet, Wash., and Rev. Mr. Bolioger, of A, tori; Rev. C. E. Pbilbrook is the pastor In charge. The services on Wednesday evening were well attended and the interesting lermon by Rev. Clapp was very much appreciated. Tbotect THt Cow. Th Milton Eatlo. in iu last issue, calls the atten tion of the city council of that little burg to the fact tbat the 'nails are pro truding from the sidewalk, and that they should be driven down a they re injurious to th foet of th town "cows." This is a sad state of affair, and on that ahould be looked into at once; the feet of the cow ahould be t retooled end plank walk ahould be ept in good repair for tbem to walk on. Tit average cow need a good, smooth walk to thoroughly enjoy her daily preamble, and not only should th aidewalka of Milton be placed in repair for her, but a committee should be appointed by the town council to nick the etones out of the road so that her dainty feet wonld not be bruised if tbey ahould descend from their lofty Might and deign to walk on mother earth. Truly, the Milton cow i a pelted animal, and should hsv her feet protected. McKikliy Cmjh Mibtibo. Lst Wednesday evening ai lue regular meeting of the McKinley club, of this city, Hon. Henry St. Rayner, of Port land, and Senator MoBride spoke for over two hours upon th politioal is sues to an audisnee of nearly 160 per son. Senator MoBride spoke firs!, and in hi inimitable mannefnlainly ahowed to publio light th fallioe of th principle advocated by th oppos ing parties in this campaign. He poke for nearly an bour, after which Mr. St. Rayner, who, by th way, tumped the sixth congressional dis trict in Nebraska four year ago against Candidate Bryan, took th floor, and by hi logical and convincing argu ment, held th audience lor an nour and a quarter. Hi discourse waa al most entirely upon th money ques tion, and his thorough knowledge of ubjeot, and comparisons of ooins and demonstration of their circula tion undnr different conditions, wa a convincing argument within 'Itself. The meeting wa an interesting one, and those who attended wer well pleased with the argument from both speaker. FOB DKBATB. ' Hon. T.J. Cleeton hereby answers the challenge of Hon. W, 8. O'Ren, of Clacka mas county, and will meet bin In Joint de bate la the City of St, Helens, on October Utk.,1898. 0. Davis. Ch.Orms0CoaBtyCeatrelCon.Mlt.ee.' PEngQMAL AMP LOCAL. Mrs. J. Q. Muokle visited Portland Tuesday. W. H. Dolman was a Portland vial- tor Monday. Mr. E. Joseph ba been very 111 for to past several any. Adam Stump, of Scappooie, wa In mis otty weauesaay, L. W. VanDyke cam over from Vernonla last Monday, John and Will Pringle.oi Vernonla, were In tin city Wednesday. Mis Dell Butler spent last Suuday in tins city visiting relatives. Mr. J. O. Watts, of Scappoo, wss in this city Wednesday night. Sheriff Rice made a trip to Neba- lent the latter part of laat week. 15. Q. Darling, ol Pittsburg, came over from that plao Wednesday, O. 0. Jaqulsh, of Reuben, wa doing business at the county seat Wed net- day, ; William Mutgrova, of Bauvle i land, wa in town but Saturday eve ning. Captain Hooghklrk'a fish trap about two mil dov town u now in oper ation. Fall Ashing It now In full blast and a considerable amount of fish I being caught.' Mr, and Mrs. T. J. Cleeton were passengers for Portland Wednesday morning. Country Justices of the peac can secure all necessary blank at thi offlo on short notioe. Mis Amy George returned to port land last Sunday, where ebe re-enters school lor the coining year. Till Mit keeps on band at all time a large slock of note and receipt book wbioh w aeli at a low figure. Th eawnsill ahut down last Thurs day except the planer, which waa kept busy lor aeverai daye aiierward. The road between thi place and Nehalem wa perhaps never in better condition for travel wan al lb pre ent tim. ' Judge Doan, of Rainier, wa in th city yeeterday on business oonneoted with bit office. He continued on to Poribnd. Persons desiring oople of Wm. Mc Kinley'a letter of acceptance ran have the earn by addressing D. Davis, at thi office. Til personal pro erty belonging to lb estate of Culhbert Slump, de ceased, will be told al publio auction on October 6th, 1896. Mr. Dr. Yeargain. of San Jose, Cal., arrived in thie city laat Saturday morning and will yialt relative in this county lor some time. Th ball at th opera house laat Sat urday evening wa not largely attend ed. Those who wer present, how ever, had a pleasant time until nearly 13 o'clock. Howard C. Tripp, populist orator and ei -temperance lecturer, delivered a politioal speech at the court bouse Tuesday evening. There i aaid to nav been about aixty persons present. Mr. Frank Dow moved his house hold good to this place last Tuesday and will occupy the. house belonging to Jacob George on Honesty hill. Mrs. Dow and the children will arrive a little later. 1t.A Kail a.a an..AiinA-ul til la V A place ber laat Sunday between the Al If nl-na .nil thu Monoe-rama fallaal .to connect by th latter backing out no reaaonaoie excuse was given lor ineir not coming. From all account Chamberlain' Couch Remedy I a Godsend to the alllicted. There is no advertisement about this; we feci Just like aayiug it. The Democrat, uarroiuon, K.y. For sale by Dr. Ed win Roe. ' A bov had smoked 1200 cigarette and saved the picture and then wrote th firm, asking what tliey would send in exchange for them. The answer cam by return mail : Smoke 1200 more and we'll send you a coffin. All person in rrr to Thi Mirt on tubscriptiou would do us a favor by calling at the business office and making settlement. If yon can not pay all, oertainly you can pay a part of it, which would be appreciated. Rev. R. A. Rowley, slat Sunday school superintendent of the Congre gational church, will preach in St. Helena next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and at 7 :30 p.' ra. At the morning bour it is hoped that a Sun day school organisation may be effect ed, slnoe that branch of th church work i not represented here. The meetings will be held ia Masonic hall. The Semi-Weekly St. Louie Globe Democrat, eight pages, republican in politics, and Thr Mibt, one year 91.75 - .Ivann Thu fllnbe Democrat ia one of the lending republican papers ... . 1 i a.. I I. ol tne unueu ommm, nu m eigm pagea twice a week are filled with the latest and most interesting news. Its agricultural department is of especial inter1 to farmer. Send 91-75 to thi office and receive both paper for on year. In a recent letter to the manufac turers, Mr. W. F. Benjamin, editor of h. HmuititAr. Rnahfnrd. N. Y.. aava : "It may be a pleasure to you to know the bign esteem in wnicn iminuer lain' medicines are held by the peo ple of your own state, where they must be best known. An aunt of mine, raaiitaa al DarLnr. Tow., was about to visit me a few years sinoe, and be- . . i am lore leaving nome wrot me, aaaing ii . I,u mnrm anlrt hara. tatine that if they were not she would bring a quan- ... ... t - JU . . - U - ttty wnn ner, as sne um doi iiu w uw without them," The medicinee re- Remedy, famous for its cures of colds and croup; Chamberlain's rain uaim for rheumatism, lam baok, pains in the side and chost, and Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel complaints. These medi cine have been in ooostant use in Iowa for almost a quarter of a century. The people have learned tbat they are ..,ij.lo nl erroal arnrth and merit, and ueequalad by any other. They are lor sal, Dare oy vr. cqwib ww. VmtMONIA VAR1KT1E8. BberlffKlc was at Veraonla last week. Fire destroyed part of J. Campbell's or Obard last week. Frank Wilson has rsturned home after an absence of several months. Mrs. E. Curtis is tnsll carrier pro tern, on vn t vriiunie-Dujiion route. Mrs. Mills of the Vernonla hotel made nor. thi. w menus at Mist ttils week. Rev. Palmer occupied the pulpit at the juTaiiseiicBi cnuroB last eunaay evening. Joseph Coulter Is nutting In some under draining and otherwise Improving his farm. The Clstskanle brass band has the boaor of being the Drat brass band to visit Ver- noma. The Vernonla hotel was kept busy feed- in-, mc crowas who same to near senator Mltobell. Tin-. P f ri.., a. -V... lt.tvn.WH WW. vm IIUIU ol. Helena with many others to hear Senator B. A. Hosfnrd Is anMied In nnttlne In the new roller process machinery in the (ria Hlltl., Editors Blackford of the Chief and Beegle of Ties MinT. were amongst the visitors to vernonia last weec. Wlllard Denslow cut his foot while work in in a lumber eamp and has returned home to nurse the Injured member. Dr. Hall, ef ClaUkanle, assisted by sev eral otben, sen a song at th republican rally which "brought down the house." A doc belonclna to the Clstskanle band got potioned white at Vernonla. We should be sorry to tblak It was done purposely. Mr. Oustav Peterson, of Mist, brought a little son of the late Mr. Meeslng to Ver nonia lor meaicai treatment last Monday. Harvev Vanblarlcom who Went tn Hills. eoro ler medical treatment several weeks ago, returned home Sunday, the physicians considering bis case hopeless. The Clstskanle band came over and played for the republican nieetina; and their visit will be remembered with nleasure bv the people ol this vicinity. Come again, ooyai Hon. Max Pracht. of Ashland, cam in to the republican rallv and distributed lot of "protection" buttons. He la a pleassnt gentleman eaa it is a pleasure to make us acquaintance. Miss Kettle Guild has lust closed a verv successful term of school In the Keasey district. The patrons of the school were so well pleaeed that the directors have given ber a contract for four months school in the spring. Senator Mitchell's speech at Vernonla Druoamv naa more weient witn tne Deooie of Vernonia than the same words y any other man, knowing, as we do. that the senator is honest in his convictions, and from his Isrs-a emerlence and extensive studies, is competent to judge on the sub ject. , Real Batata Transfers. Emma E, Anderson to Michael Ketter ing, power of attorney. Henry Black to J. 0. Hsveley. trustre, n 61 acres of stf of seK. ec 85. and lots 2 and 8, sec 88. tp 7 n, r S wert; $1 00. O. J. Brysnt and wife to Keeper Kober- stein, lot 9, blk 8. Clatekanle: 2S0. H. L. Colvln and wife to Tho. 8. Colvin, swX of ssX and seK of sw, see 4, and nw) ef n. and nt of nv, sec 9, tp 7 n, rSwest; ttOOO. Tbo. 8. Colvln to Astoria Railroad Co., right of way; 8300. W. B. Colvin aud Vlfe to Astoria Ball- road Co., lot 9 and t of seKsec 2, tp 7 n, r S west, right of way ; gl 00. Rachael A. Dusan and husband to Emma E. Anderson, m of nw and t of of umi, eec 29, tp 7 n, r 8 west; 8500. W. H. FouU and wife to Silvo Graham. lota 8, 4, 8 and 8, blk 8, Clatakanie; bond for deed; 8450. Amanda A. Johnson to Sarah W. Dibb les, swX of neX, sec 4, tp 8 n. r 8 west; MO. Kapar Koberstetn to Kmina Koberstein, lot 9, blk 8, Clatakanie; 11.00. Edward Kettering to Michael Kettering, power of attorney. Geo. Merrill to Samuel B. Mohlor. wW of swX of neX sec 84, tp 7 n, r 2 west; 8400. Mel ssa B. Power and hnsbaad to Perry G. Baker, acre In sec 8, tp 4 n, r 1 west; 11.00. Hannah A. and E. Ridgwty to Austa V mDyke, ol of of see 34, tp 8 a. 4 west; 11300. Judge MoBride bat been in tbia city for neveral day. Thr Mist and Oregonian on year for $2.00 in advance. Sheriff Rice ha men now engaged in posting notic on land which ia to be told for delinquent taxes. The people of Scappooie and violn ity will be addressed upon the political issues by Hon. T. T. Geer, republican candidate for presidential elector, ami 8enator MoBride on Wednesday even ing, September S3. Sec bills, The Mist would take it very kindly if those who owe it would call and set tle their accounts. The credit of Thi Mist's friends is excellent, but we don't see bow we can use it just at present to meet outstanding obliga tion for which caah it expected. Let ue bear from you. Bweaieat'e AVrwIcat aalre. The beat Salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively oures piles, or no pay required. It is gusr- anteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 23 cent per box. For sal by Dr. Edwin Ross. Bit or McKinley. A man in Gold- end ale, Wash., last week made the Bryan men of that little village sick by proposing to them the following bet: One hundred dollars to $50 tbat McKinley will be elected ; 1100 to 950 that Bryan will not carry three south ern states ; 9100 to $&Q that Bryan will not carry an eastern state: gzuu to 9100 that Bryan will not receive a many vote a Horaoe Greely did. Awarded Highest Honor World Fair, rjold Medal, Midwinter Pair, 'DIX CnEAT.l SALINE mi Most Perfect Made. 40 Year th Standard. 12 OOVIIT PROCEEDINGS. Bnelneea Tranaaoted at th Regu lar September Term. At a regular session of the county coort of the state of Oregon, for Columbia county, begun and held at the county court bouse in Bt. Helens, on Wednesday, September 9th, 1808, present. Hon. J. B. Doan, county Judge; P. A. Frakes, commissioner; N. D. Peterson, eomuiuwloaeri Judson Weed, clerk; J. N. Rice, sheriff, th following pro ceedings were had : Matter of petltloa of K. Patrick etal for change In county road. Petition rejected. Matter of petition of Clatakanie Dam and Boom Company to leas the Clatakanie river. Continued until September 28. Matter of petition of N. J. Bergman for cancellation of tax sale certificate. Peti tion granted. Petition ef J. D. Lewis for cancellation of tax sale certificate. Petition granted. Matter of petition of W. J. Burns for leave te redeem property told for taxes. Petition granted. . Matter of petition of H. West et al for an order of oourt offering bounty on seal pa of gray squirrels. Petition rejected. Matter of appointment of road supervisor for district No. 83. Otto Seldleman appoint ed for tbat district Matter of appointment of constable for Bearer Falls precinct. O. E. Wonderly ap pointed. Matter of viewers' report en Bergerson road. Report accepted, and road ordered opened. Matter of viewers' report on Baker road. Report eoeepted and road ordered opened. Matter of examining accounts of county officer. Aocounte of clerk, sheriff and treasurer examined and approved. Matter of resignation of E. J. Mill at su pervisor of road district No. 18. Ordered that report be returned for correction. Matter of petition of Joel Bat for liquor license. Petition granted. . Matter cf claim of J. M. Adams for work In road distriot No. 19. Referred to tb supervisor ef road distriot No. 19 for pay ment. Matter of tax levy for the year 1898. Con tinued till regular January term of county conrt The following claims were examined and ordered paid; A Shannahao, Justice fees, state vt Scbuller $ 8 85 Joseph Reed, constable, same. ... ... 11 10 John Bbeldelin, same........ ...... S 20 R Patrick, witness, same 2 90 John sheldelln, witness, same 2 90 Joseph Heed, witness, same 2 50 Mrt T B Mills, boarding prisoner... 83 A N Clark, Justice fees, committing Imans patient 8 45 A Shannaban, Justice fees, state vs Bingham etal 8 80 Geo Pearson, constable, same 150 G W Parker, Juror, earn.. ..... 1 00 L B FiUgerald.same ............... 1 00 R Sesseman, same.... 100 J W Parker, same .- ,. 1 00 Geo Solomon, same 1 00 R Patrick, same ... ... ... . 100 A Shannaban, juttlce fees, state v Coulter S 05 Geo Penrson, constable, sam 8 60 M Davison, witness, same.... 150 LB FItsgerald, witness, sam ...... 2 10 James Adams, same 2 10 A N Clark. Justice fees, state vs Mo ran 4 85 T J Cleeton, district attorney, same 6 00 A N Clark, justice fees, state vs Mo- ran ... 8 90 J O Cox, constable, same ,. . ... .... 13 20 Charles Ternahsn. witness, same... 7 10 Fred Fluhrer, same 7 10 W K Traylor, holding inquest on the body of Ethel Boy n ton 8 00 Cua Ewing, notifying coroner "20 CW Mayger, witness..... 160 Clarence McAyeal, same 1 50 Fred Mayger, same 1 50 Henry Henderson, justice fees, state vsMorun..,.. 4 40 L L Decker, sawing wood for oourt house 8 80 Rainier Keviow, stationery........ .. 2 25 FAZillgUt, nailsforrdSl 180 J N Rice, postage. , 10 00 Martin white, county assessor 147 00 C W Blakesley, work on assessment roll... 75 50 T N Stoppeiibach, return on tax cer tificate IS 78 Vf N Meserve, re-establishing gov ernment corner 10 00 G W Barnes, preparing house for Juneeleotion 1 80 W N Meserve, surveying coanty roads 85 20 Oregon Mist, printing and stationery 88 85 H O Howard, lumber for r d 4 18 88 H O Howard, lumber for r d 22 . . . . 11 12 H O Howard, lumber for rd 5.... .. 27 08 Meetoa A Pygert, record books .... 75 00 James Gaitens, timber for r d 5. . . . . 18 80 A H Sheffield, support of Headley . . 20 00 Dart Muokle, supplies for court heuae .... 10 57 Dart & Muokle, supplies for Mrt Mo Coy.. 10 00 John Priaglt, supplies for McCul- lough............ 9 70 Q F Lindgren, spikes for r d 12. .... . 425 G F Lindgren, spikes for r d 82 , 4 60 G F Gronberg, lumber for r d 82. .. . 11 67 Clatakanie Chief, stationery 3 00 H Braunlng, supplies for Doemeyer 8 70 Pittsburg Mill Co, lumber far r d 81 18 54 H B Cliff, examinlnglnsane patients 10 00 E Ross, examining insane patients 10 00 E Ross, medical attendance county charge.,.. 9 00 A A Johnon, support of J Green.., 80 87 St Helens Water A Light Co, water rent 6 00 Geo Lemon t, wood.... 22 60 Glass A Prudbomme, record books for sheriff 1 55 Geo Leniont, hauling brick for court house 1 00 Stuart A Thompson, stationery for surveyor 8 60 AM A W K Tlchenor, lumber for r dlO....... 10 00 Alma Beegle, assisting at tsaohers' examination....... 9 00 A B Little, same 9 00 C L Parker, hauling lumber for rd 81 5 00 J T 8olomon, work on bridge, r d 31 6 00 GWKlce.eame 8 00 C Solomon, same. , ... 8 00 A Parker, same 8 00 Geo Parker, same 8 00 Jobn Parker, tame . . . 8 00 F M Parker, same 60 J W Rrnch.sama ... .- ... ' I 00 T J Cleeton, dlatrict attorney 13 00 Wm H Smith, Juror, May term... . 2 40 Gustavo Lange, same 4 60 F M Tompkins, same 400 Glass A Prudhomnie. justice dockets 10 00 A H Blakesley, hoarding pjisonurs. 17 45 e A r ranee, county oomnuiaioner.. 11 w N D Peterson, same 90 40 Glass A Prudhomnie. stationery .-. . 2 88 Henry Huber, support of county charge 16 00 Whereupon court adjourned till Septem ber 26th, 1806. ' '"rrea Fills. Bend your address to H. E. Bucklen A Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial wHl convince you of their merits. These pills ar easy In action and are particularly ef fective In the care of constipation and sick hssdacb. For malaria and liver tronbles tbey have been proved Invatnabte. Tbey are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious substance and to be pure ly vegetable. Tbey do not weaken by their action , bat by giving tone to stomach snd bowels, greatly Invigorate the system. Reg ular size K cents per box. Sold by Dr. Edwin Ross, druggist. When Baby arse sick, are gave ber Ossteeis. Vfhen she was a Cbild, she criad for OaatoHs. Wbea she became Was, eh eiuBf to Caetorta. When she had CUldno, she gave them Osstoafi City Treasurer's Notice). Notice Is hereby given that all warrants of the City of St. Helens, Oregon, which have been presented and endorsed, "Not paid for want of funds" np to February 7, lMM, will be paid noon presentation. In terest will not be allowed after this date. Dated September 10, 1896. E, E. QUICK, - City Treasurer. IBEllVBEB't HOTICB. Coukty Tbbasureb's Officb, ) St. Hblbws. Or.. Sep. 10, 1896.( NOTICE it hereby given that all unpaid County Warrant of said county, which hare been n resented and endorsed "Not Paid for Want of Funds," prior to March 17. 1804. will be paid upon present ation at this office. Interest will not be el- lowed after this date. W. H. DOLMAN, alloO Treasurer of Columbia County, Or, Notice te Cr cell tore. In the Connty Court ef the State of Oregon, tor ijoiumnia uounty. In the matter of the estate of Frank U Meeker, deceased. NOTICE it hereby given that the under signed was, on the 22nd day of Aug ust, 1896, duly appointed administratrix of ue estate 01 trans at. Meeter, aeceaseo, oy th County Court for Columbia County, Oreron: and all nereons having claims against said estate are hereby required to present tbem. with the proper vouchers, to the undersigned, at the offlc of Cole A Quic k, Bt. Helens, Columbia county, Ore gon, witnin six montns ironi ine uaeoereoi. 8t. Helena, August 25th, 1896. EMELINE MEEKER, Administratrix of the Estate of Frank M. Meeker, deceased. a28e25 Flwtlee te Creaitaire. NOTICE Is hereby given tbat th under signed have been duly appointed by tb County Court of Columbia county. Ore eon, administrators of the estate ef Cntb- bert Stump, sr., deceased, and have quali- nea as socn. ah persons mr' ui' against said estate are hereby required to present the eame. with proper voucher to us. at the law office of Dillard A Cole, in 8t. Heleas, said county and state, within six months from the date bereoi. Dated at St. Helena. Or., Aug. 28, 1896. ADAM STUMP and CCTHBERT STUMP, if.. Administrators of the Estate of Cuthbert Stump, ar., deceased. a28s25 SUMMONS, Ia the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for tne coanty 01 UMuraoia. kfaroel Beaudry, Plaintiff, va. Arthur A. Everett. Defendant To Arthur A. Xverett, the defendant above named. . IN TUB NAME OF THK STATE OF OREGON you are hereby required to appear before tne uourt aoove namea in tne aDove-enuuea of aaid Court, which ihall commence alz weeka or more altar tne date of the Drat publication of thleaummona,to-wit: On Tuesday, the lain u j v, u.:wra, a. v. uw. uu .. . m. wu.- plalnt filed against you tn aaid action; and If von fail ao to anneer and anawer aa aforesaid. plalntift will apply to the Court for the relief uemanaea in aaiu complaint, io-wh: let. For Judgment aisinat defendant for the aum of two hundred dollars (1200), with Interest thereon from the Mth day of August, ISM, at the rate of 12 per cent per annum, for the furth er sum of one hundred dollars (tun) aa attor neya' feea, and for the costs and disbursement of thla action. 2d. For the usual decree for the sale of the ? remises described in the complaint, to-wlt: he north weat auarter fnwW) of aeotion thirty two fH2) in township number 6, north of range number J, west of the Willamette meridian. In Columbia county, atateof Oregon, toRother with alt and aiusular the tenements, heriditamenta and appurtenance thereunto belonging, by the sheriff of said county, according to law and the practice of thta Court, and that the proceeds of aaia eaie may oe appuea w toe payment oi ine amount due Dlalntifr. and that defendant and all persona claiming under heir, anbaequentlo the execution of the mortgage In the oomplaint aet rortn, on tne premises aioreaaia, eiuer aa be barred and foreclosed of all right claim or equity oi redemption in aaiu pmuim iuu overj nart thereof: and that nlaintiff may have 1uda meui ana execution againat tne oeienaani lor any deneieney wnicn may remain alter apply ing all the nroeeedaol the aale of said premises to The satisfaction of said judgment, and that ftiainun may nave sucn otnerana inriner reiiei n the nremlaea aa to the Court may seem lust and equitable. inis summons is puDiianea Dyoraerorine Honorable T. A. McBnde. lurtaw of aaid Court. made and entered on the 2nd day of September, A. ii. raw. ALLEN A CLEETON. etolt Attorneya for Plaintiff. Citation to Heirs. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for lite State of Oregon, plaintiff, vs. Undley Meeker, and all heirs at law of Levi French, deceased, defendants. TNFORMATION HAVING BEEN FILED I A. the above entitled Court and Cause on the 80th day of March, 189, by W. N. Barrett, then diatrict attorney of the 6th Judicial District of Oteeon. wherain It la avered and shown that Levi French, then a resident of Columbia county, Oregon, died intestate in the county of Multnomah ia aaid state, on the Uth dey of March, 1M89: That said French, at the time of hla death, owned in fee all that portion of the following deeoribed real eatata lying eaat of the partition fence of the Buaannah Lamberaon tract, to-wlt: Beginning at a point 8 17 desreee 10 minutes E 5.60 chs from that corner of the Aaron Broylea donation land claim that ia aituated Net de grees SO mlnulee E 7.45 cba from the quarter post on the weat aide of section No. 4, township Ko. 4 N, range No. 1 W of Willamette Meridian, and thenee running N fa degrees 10 minutes E S.52 chs to a stake; thence 8 62 degrees 10 min utes E 0.M chs to a point 90 feet from the oenter of the N. P. railroad, aa the same ia now built; thence 8 37 degrees W, and parallel wtth the center line of said railroad to a point in the cen ter line of Milton creek; thence up the eenter of Milton creek to a point where a line extended 8 62 degrees 10 minutes W from the beginning post would Intersect the eenter of aaid creek; thence N 52 degrees 10 minutes E to the place of beginning; all In Columbia county, Oregon; snd then had In his posaeaalon a lsige amount of money; That all of said property 4s within thta Judi cial diatrict, and within Columbia county, Ore gon; That the estate of Levi Frenoh has been fully settled, and the same la free from debta: Thataaid Levi French left no kin or hetraat law, and by reason thereof and of his intestacy all ol aaid property haa escheated to the State of Oregon; and that the defendant Undley Meeker is in poaaeaaionof the same: That on or about the 1st day of November, 1806, the governor of Ororon waa informed of all the foregoing facta, and he then gave leave to, and directed aaid w. N. Barrett to prosecute thla action, and authorised the employment of, and employed Measra. Dillard ds Cole to asaiat aaid distriot attorney herein, and asking judg ment that said estase haa eecheated, and that the State of Oregon be seined and possessed of allot said property and directing the sheriff of Columbia county, Oregon, to sell said real estate and make return of his proceedings aooording to law. It Is hereby ordered that all persons Interested in the estate of said Levi French, deceased, or in aaid property, appear iu thla cause within sixty days from the dale heveof and show cause, if any they have, why title to all of aaid property ahould not veat In the State of Oregon, anil ha sold aa required by law: and that thla order be published for at least six consecutive weeka from thla date tn the "Oregon Mist," a weekly newapaper published regularly in Columbia county, Oregon. Dona and ordered In open Court, at this May term, lMaV- August 2, 1NM. Witness- THOMA8 A. McBBIDK, Judge. i i i i i i i i i i i i i OUR FIFTH" SPECIAL SALE SINCE BEMOVISG 3 81 and 83 T Men's Fifteen Patterns. Every Suit Warranted Made From Our Celebrated Albany Woolen Mills Cassimeres. $8.85 rWMOsaSasSAaWa J. SOLE AGENTS iil m . -t ii.-ii. 4 AlUallJ HUUiCll JIUllS j 4 Sample with plain rules for self-measurement sent tre to any address. ay sua bus, ay auy ay sua sua aus sua ana snarayyay ay ayayjg sua sua asyTaarTay-anarajana THE OREGON Exposition PORTLAND, OREGON. The Great Resources of the PACIFIC NORTHWEST Agriculture, Horticulture, Fisheries, Mines, Manufactures, Machinery, Trans portation, Trade and Commerce will be represented mora completely than ever before. GRAND- BAND CONCERT EVERT AFTERNOON AND EVENING Special Attractions Every Evening . . . Lowest rateo ever made on all transportation lines. Admission 25 cent, children 10 cents. For exhibition space, apply to George L. Baker, superin tendent, at the building. E. C. 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Thla line haa a boat connectlne; with both beaches, returning iron Astoria every night Is tha week. K. A. SEBLEY, Agant, U. B. SCOTT, Pres. ORIENTAL HOTEL A. B. BLAKESLEY, Proprietor. Board by Day, Week or Month AT REASONABLE KATES. The table la supplied with the best the market affVirria. Kvervthlue clean- Jt shara of your pet.. ronav U solicited. bl. UbLbMi, Uh...... ... I