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For good, cool drink go to tha oaw aaioon. ThomM 0. Watti, of Rauban, wm in town last uoiHiy. 8. D. Den nli tut moved hit offlca Oxtures to walnler. Haa you triod tba new pool tabla i wit new ifciooni Mr. 0. Filzjrorald, of Varnoota, waa in town tuis ween, Will Wood, of VernooU, was' teen in our on laat Honda);. Midi Grace Mile loft on Monday to attend school lu 1'nrtUna. ' Mr. Waller Furrow, of noar Baluler, wm in towu !mL waclneaday. Tom Richardson, of Rainier, waa tu town few bouri laat Tuesday. Dlstrlot Attorney Cleaton ipantlaal (Sunday in ibia city with mi wire. Miat Mary Oonyera, of Oregon City, waa in thia city laat Friday evening. Ttie regular Ootober term of cirouil court will convene bare next Tuesday Attorney G. W, Cole waa attending t buaineai matter In Portland lat Saturday. Oeorge Davii, the popular yonng lawyer ol rortland. waa lu town laat Saturday. The Hubert boue recently vacated by Captain Good, la now occupied by Jamea Sheldon. Mi Amy Oeorge visited relative iu Uila city laat Saturday, returning to tier studies Monday, Judge Doan came up from Rainier Monday afternoon and attended to matter in the clerk' office. Mr. anil Mr. N. A. Ferry, of Houl. Ion, returned laat Friday evening from m week a tour in Eastern Oregon. Mr, C. II. figgott ipent part of thia week in Balom before the aupreme court, taking the law examination. John Atkiua, the cooper, returned to thi oity laat Saturday evening alter an abeence of two montbi apent at 1 1 waco. . ' . Bay. Jamea E. Barbour, of Portland, will bold aervicea in Christ's Episcopal church in thi oity next Bunday en Mogat 7;30. The Cubana refuae to accept auton omy in any ahape, and declare they will have nothing abort of abeolule in dependence. Dr. Jamea McBride and family ar rived here Wedneaday night from the Eait and are at the home of Mr, and Mra. Dolman. Deputy Clerk Harrl waa confined to hia boue a couple of daya thi week frem an attack of something akin to lagrlppe. v The boy from the university at Portland are atill running wood. Tb first of thi week there remained about 400 cord to b ahipped. John Winter waa in ICelto last Sat- urday mailing work for hia wood aaw after tho wood in thi place and Houl ton baa been dUpoaed of. Mr. and Mr. P. A. Frake and daughter, Lulu, wilt leave uext Thnra dy evening for California to be ab eent on a viaia for about three week. Mi May Burlingame, of Houlton. left laat Saturday for Portland where ahe haa engaged to teach in one of the Multnomah county schools thia fall. Mra. Welch aad daughter, of Walla Walla, who have been viaiting Mr. and Mr. C. II. Pieitott for aeveral daya, took their departure for home Wednea day morning. Mia Maud Decker took charge of the Bachelor rial icbool laat Monday morning to fill out the lime contracted by Mia Jone. Five week yet re mained to be taught. It ia estimated that the wheat yield for the United State thi year la 689, 000,000 bushels. The coin crop! ti mated at 1,750,000,000 buhtl, eom- wbal lower than the average. Miaa Alfreddie MrAUiater, who baa beeu viaiting relative in thia city for aeveral week, took her departure for Taooroa lan Monday, wuere ana win alt mma time before returning to tier borne in Wieconin. Mr. Edwin Merrill, when interviewed by Th Mit two week ago, elated that there were no men being em ployed for cash in hia immediate lo eality, but that be understood wage had advanced in other parte of the county. Mini Clara La vendor, who ha been making her home with Mr. and Mra. Wharton (or aeveral year, left Tuea day morning for Portiuud where ho will enter i lioi l for the . winter. She will make her home witli Mr. O. W. Koowlua. ' - " , Regular eervieni will hereafter be conducted In the Episcopal church in the eveniag' of tho eoond and fourth Sunday of each month. Service on the aeoond Sunday will be conducted by a regular ordained minister and on the fourth Sunday by a lay reader. Senator McBride went to Salem Monday and expected to be absent aeveral daya. Hi trip to Bunker hill not only reulied In a much needed ret but a gain of aeveral pound avoir dupol aa wull. The aenator'e chief re gret wa that he could not tarry longer in the wilda of the Scappoose mountain. The Foeeil Journul haa entered upon lu twelllh year of publication. Il hat been for the pant eight yeara under the personal guidance of James 8. Stewart, and during lhat time haa beeu considered one of the bright lighU in the journaliatlo areaa of the tate, alwaya up-to-date, outspoken and fearles. "My boy e mo home from school one day with hi baud badly lacerated and bleeding, and euff-red great, pain, eeye Mr. J. Sohall, with Meyer Bros. Drug Co., St. Louia, Mo. "I dressed the wound, and applied Chamberlain a Pain Balm frei'ly. All pain oeaaed, and in a remarkably short time healed without leaving a sour. For wounds, apraina, ewelliug and rheumatism I know of no medicine or prescription equal to it. I consider it a household neceeeily." The and SO cent mm for ale by Dr. Edwin Ross. VKRNONIA GLEANINGS. Fair weather, . Salmon ar running. Everybody have returned from Klondike. Firmer ay th greaad ia rather dry for plowing at prasant. Rev. Palmer paid the ontttda world visit the last of tb wtek, F. If. Parker has rooted bis family to nouiton tor the winter. Ed If ulfahou, of Maiming, waa tb toast of it. Hesse man tbl weak. Henry Ruber, of Upper Nebaleni, wa "doing" our town batarday, , T. J. Brink and wife paid tb oounty eat a Visit Wednesday, returning Friday. Ous Hull wa promenading th street of Glatskanle tbl wk, returning Friday, William flacker arrived from St. Helens Thursday with a load of merobandtse for F. A. Zlllfilt. Fulness Peck psd through tbl city u rout for th drove with a load of oat Wednesday, Weara Informed that Burt Mill ba been lucky enough to secure a winter' Joi lu fortland. William Wilson, sr., and John Adams started for Portland Wednesday with drove of beef cattle. George Parker la carrying tba mall be tween thi place and Braunsport lu the ab' no of hi brother, Pet. Mr. Bwfcere, of Pebbla creek, passed through our town sn route for Pittsburg wita waeat ma other day. Mis Eva If alnsten vlsltad the metro no ils this week for tb purpose of letting some troublesome teeth extracted. Charles Peterson, who has bean worklna for Ous Nelson, of Sauries ialand for sow time, returned to the valley this week, inree gentlemen from rortland were rusticating In our midst this week enj looking after soma land and mining Inter, est. Blcbard rJesaeinen and 8. Hosford are busily engaged erecting a commodious and beautiful residence for Mr, Andrew Klliott below FllUburg. Jame Turk, of Upper Nehalem. passed through our town Saturday en route for Pittsburg with timothy seed for Messrs Powell and Case. Mr. George Naylor, of Forest Grove, passed through oar tow tbl week In quest of calve over Ave month old and yearling lo Med for the market. Mr. 0. K. Sbaaoabaa returned Saturday on Malllnger's stage from an extended visit with friends and relative in Portland, Ore gon City and St. Helena. Mlk Kane, of Portland, formerly of this place, i visiting at William Wilson' farm this week. He returned to Portland Wed oeaday acoompauled by Mite Dei Wilson, Mlssea Lulu and Merle Shanoabao were busily engaged cleaning and scrubbing tbe residence formerly occupied by Dr. O. H. Newlh, Friday, preparatory to occupancy The tots of B. Sesteman, Bube and Josh, returned to the parental roof Friday, after being absent for some time. Tba latter haa been In California the past spring and sam ner aud expects soon to return to tbat state. . . s . Mra. Lily Taylor and oblldren paid our city a flying visit this week, coming over from Hlllaboro with John Van to visit her brother, Harve, who has been tick for over year, but It feeling tome better we are told. When It comes to walking we will place Mrs. Thomas Tucker at the bead of tbe list champion, she having left the Cum- mlngs place at tbe foot of the mountain on West Dairy and reached this oity by half past twelve Thursday. At last the wanderera have all wandered back to our valley. Those returning this week are tbe famllle tf Mesare. O. P. Cbel- delln, Charles Mellmger, John Brooe, 8 B. Hose, Kd Troop. Frank Tracy. Oeorge Blot and M. B. Emmons and Mr. Bltt. All report a Una time but not to maoh pay dirt at they expected. Some populists were discussing the pros pect of McKialey prosperity coming, pro and con. When the subject of shingles came up they said tbat this article had not rabed In price, when aur worthy posts ter, who 1 a "thoroughbred, blaok-hearted republican." said tbat they had raised to f 1.35 per thousand, and thy all said tbat must be a mistake. We are Informed that shingles are selling for ll.So per thousand In Clatskanle and 11.60 In Portland. BOAPPOOBB NEWS. A large aoretge will be planted to wheat this fall. J. W. Waltaon paid a visit to Gray' Harbor last week. Frank Payne Is having a drill aunk on his place seeking for oil. J. H. Orable lias moved with his family to Portland for tbe winter. Miss Millie Grant has entered the milllu ety business at Oregon City. Mr. and Mrs. Schlll have returned to their home in Albany, Oregon. 0. D. Garrison Is having a tract of creek bottom land cleared for the plow. Albert, the 8-year-old son of James Leon ard, I quite 111 with typhoid-malaria. Uordwood Is selling freely at an advance of 118 oe nt per cord over this time last year. Miss Minnie Thomas has returned home from California, where she ha resided for nearly two years. Mr. Patulle. who has oharge of tbe Mat- quant farm contemplates many substantial Improvements on the place the coining year. J. 8. Dangerfleld has just returned from a months' visit with relatives In Illinois. He pronouncee btmself a better Oregonian than ever. J. 0. Maura haa left hit children In the care of his son-in-law, F. H. Adams, and has returned to California, where ba it en gaged In business. ' The substantial advance In far-n pro duce hat stimulated business In all lines here, and everyone Is In good spirits. Truly the "famine In India" has been a wonder ful hicaiittve to business In these parts. OLAT8KANIB NOTES, Frank Van was In our city Tuesday. A, M. Tfehenor and W. A. Edgertoa were la Portland this week, E. S. Harlow is back from Attorta, tpend Ing tome time with bit family. Mrt. Mry Lockwood, of LaOenter, Wash, was In town the first of the week. Mrs. N. Merrill and family returned last week In Ume for the girls to go to school. Dr. Knodcr, tbe dentist, was joined last week by bit wife and child from Portland. Several bales of hops htve been brought over from tbe Nehalem valley for thipment. T. L. Carter It making tome repairs and Improvements at tbe residence of tbe black- ocith. Mrs. N. Nichols and ton, George, came In Monday from Hood Biver, wbere they are now living. .. Our thinglemen continue to smile and wear a satisfied look while tblnglet are ad Vanclng in price. Miae Burkhead.of Deep creek, was lo our eltv Saturday, finding It necessary to con sult a dentist. John Peterson, living below Mist, baa been storing some hay in tbe steamer ware- home for shipment. Mrt. K. H. Lane left last Friday for Asto ria on her return to Nehalem City, after visit with her parents. Our enterprising farmer, J. H. Wilson, of Mist, was in town Moaday on bit return from Portland, where be had been taking in tna sights. We noticed Mr. and Mrt. Mathers and Mr. Daton, of Mayger, over last week in terviewing tbe attorney and justice of tbe peace, apparently on legal business. - i ne iicnenor mm is closed for tbe season and th nrm will now direct Its energies to tb manufacture of shinglee, starting np tb mill in town that ba been idle the past year at soon a soma necessary Improve ment can bt made. : Harry LeBare and Mise Addle Lovell were married at the residence of the bride mother, by Rev. Shannon last Friday, and left on the steamer that evening for a visit In Jhe Willamette valley, where Mr. te nure s parent reside. Tbe contracting parties are well known In this section, and the good wishes of all go wltb them at they ttartout to win fame and fortune for them- telvet. Tbe school board took an attractive way to get people out to Krttt't hall and con sult them wltb referenoe to school interests, They advertised an entertainment with special motlcal attractions and secured some of our beet local talent for tba meet ing. Mra. Crosby gave three piano selec tions during the evening which were very well rendered and gave many of our cttt- tent for the first time an opportunity of hearing her brilliant work on thtt inttrn ment Mrs. Crosby It a valuable addition to the musical talent of the place, being an exceptionally fine performer on the piano. Mist Myrtle Jones, our intermediate teacher, rendered some vocal piece In manner to show tbtt the baa given care and study In that direction and Is aa eo- oompllibed vocalist. While the pleating efleot of the musio waa Inclining to make tbe audience good natured and accommo dating. It wat suggested by the chairman that wood might be furnished the district without expense if persons would take day ont and wltb sawt and axee exercise themselves on a fir tree tbat wat offered by Hngh Murray for tbat purpose. E. 0. Blackford presiding, referred the matter to John English, who aroused tu (Helen t an thuslasm In the audience to secure the names of a number of men and boys who agreed to go out next Satnrday and work at getting out wood for the winter, while the ladles would provide a lunch to be taken out and served at noon to the labor art. Dr. Hall gave some suggestions re garding the necessity of providing sufficient icbool books for the scholars and hoped some way could be devised to get the school grounds put In better shape. TJ. 8. Miller and ethers were called on and responded In a brief manner, all desiring the ancceat of th schools. Prof. Whltten, in answer to a call, made some statements with refer ence to our ichool which were gratifying aad entertaining. The meeting eloted at 9:30 end tba audience dispersed in good humor, congratulating themselves that our schools are going along in at good thane as they are. For constipation take Karl's Clover Boot Tea, the great blood purifier. - Cures head. ache, nervousness, eruptions on the face. and makes the head clear as a bell. Sold by Dr. Edwin Boat. School Report. Bcirroosa, Oct 4. 1897. Roport of Mountalnview school for tbe month ending October 7: Number of day taught............... 19 Number of days attendance.... 469 J Number of daya absence ............. 6D Number of timet tardy 12 Number of boyt enroll, d 10 Number of girls enrolled 23 Total number enrolled...... S3 Average number belonging 28 Average dally attendsnoe .... 27 Tbe following-named pupilt were neltber absent nor tardy: Will, Loalt and Lulu Busclimtn, Katie and Maggie Callahan, George and Lela Lounlgnont, Gun tare Newman and Susie Pomeroy, Mildixd Botlc, Teacher. Catarrh Cured. A clear head and aweet breath secured wltb 8biloh't Catarrh tern edy, told on a guarantee. Natal Injector free. Sold by Dr. Edwin Ross. BORN. Otno. At Deer Island, on Monday. Octo ber 4th, to tbe wife of U. A. uoerg, a ten. Stop that cough I Take warning. It may li-ad to consumption. A 25o bottle of Shiloh's oure may live your life. Bold by Dr. Edwin Boss. What Or. A. B. Baiter Bay. BurrALO, N. V. Oentt: From my per sonal knowledge, gained in observing the , en ot of your 8hllol's Cure In oases of ad vanced Consumption. I am prepared to aay It In the most remarkable Remedy that hat been brouaht to my attention. It bat ofrtiiinly tnved many from Consumption. Sold by Dr. Edwin Ross. " Royal saafcee the lead pun, hi USA Abtolutfrly Furv rmw. nnrnn mvm. School Entertainment. Latl Friday evening the young ladiea of thi city gave an entertainment at the operaf houee, the proceeda to be given to the public eebool to be used for the purchase of whatever charta, 5Iobet or other apparratut waa needed, 'be programme consisted of aixteen num ben, all of which were good. An add rest by Mr. W. B. Dillard.in which he gave utterance to tentence that were somewhat sarexstio, but neverthe less true, and from hie worda both old and young, it ia hoped, will gather tUDttance lor future reflection. He thanked Uie ladiea for their kindneet and interett, and predicted a brighter future for the school with tucb epirit behind it as wat manifett by tbe ladiea. Every number of tbe programme wat well rendered, especially the eolo by Mist Mary Conyert, and the recita tion by Mrt. J. W. Day. A hoop drill by twelve little giile wat neatly done, at waa alto a tambourine drill by twelve young ladiea. One of the at tractive featurea of the programme wa a character aong, "Down in Pov erty Row," by four young ladies. Mr. E. H. Pbilbrook rendered tome excell ent telecliooi on the organ, for which he it detorving of much credit.- A Gypay camp wa well represented. concluding I lie programme. Lunch waa aerved in Maaomo hall by the ladiea, and at a reward for thoir induetry they look in 17 from tbat source. A tocial dance waa indulged in by a good tized crowd at the opera bouse after the other featurea of tbe evening's entertainment were con cluded, Mr. Amoe Slavena furniabing the mutio. Altogether there were 127.35 taker. in, and tfter all expenses were paid tbe amount remaining, f 15, waa given to Director Bote to be used in purchas ing what he thought waa moat needed in tbe acbuolroom. Assessment Summary. County Assessor White bat just com pleted the assessment for 1897, and the fol lowing figures tell the story: Hunan. Acres ot tillable land 12,161 Acres of non-tillable land 840,721 Imp. on deeded lands Town and city lots Imp, on town and city lota Imp. on land not deeded or natentod Milea of rail road bed Railroad roliinc stock Miles of telegraph Mdse. and stock in trade. rarminsr implements, cm. Steamboats, sailboats, eto. Money. .-. Notes and accounts Shares of stock Household furniture, eto. Horses and mulea... Cattle Sheep and goata Swine 4,710 83 182 1.349 4.076 1,146 972 Aioa. I 171,677 608,358 76.66S 87,453 89,910 4,020 89,200 10.631 6,950 1790 6,935 68,305 645 26.840 1.176 30,802 16,182 43,629 1,146 1.278 City Treasurer! Notice. St. Haunt. Or., October 7, 1897, NOTICE It hereby given that all nopald and outstanding city warrants of tbe Wty of Bt. Helens. Oregon, preseniea tna endorsed "Not Paid for Want of Vnnds," prior to August 10, 1896, will be paid upon presentation. Interest will not be allowed from this date August 7, 1897. W. B. DILLARD, City Treasurer. THBilVBEB't HOTICK. CoUtTTT TBBAgUBER'a OrFICg, ) St. Helens, Or., Oct. 8, 1897.1 NOTICE It hereby given that all unpaid li County Warranto of said county, which have been presented and endorsed "Not Paid for Want of Funds." prior to January 15, 1896. will be paid noon pre sentation at this office. Interest will not be allowed after this date. E. M. WHARTON. o8nS Treasurer of Columbia County, Or. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT XTOTICK IS HEttXBY GIVEN THAT L THE 1M nadenlgDed administrator ol the eatste ol f-U 1 k J A K. il, n. oflloe of the Cleri of tbe Coonti Court of the eiata of Oregon, in and lor uoiumDia vaamj, my final account and petition for final distribu tion of the residue. In Lha matter of said estate: that the Hon. t. B. Dow, Judge of said Court, haa appointed Tuesday, the 2nd day of Novem ber. Lh7. at 10 o'clock A. at. of that oar. as the time, and tbe Court-room of said Court at the County Court-House, In tbe City of M. Helens, In said Counlv and HLtte. as the alace for the settlement of sld account, and the hearing of saia petition lor ainntmuon, at wnicn ume na place any person Interested may appear and file weir QDjecuuna merew). CHRISTIAN HOVE. Administrator of the Estate of Charles Imksen, aeceasea. azaozv NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT NOTICB 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT I, tbe undersigned administratrix of the estate of Frank 11. Meeker, deceased, hav filed fn the nfflra of the eountv dark of the County of Columbia, Btateof Oregon, my nnai account oi my administration upon the aaid estate of the said deceased. sod that the Hon. J. B. loan. judge of the County Court of said County and State, haa appointed Tuesday, October 12 tb, 1H97, at 1 o'clock P. M., and tbe courtroom of aid county courthouse, in the City of St. Helens, in said county ana mate, as in time and place for the hearing and settle ment of said final account, at which time and place any person interested in said es tate may appear ana nie tneir objections thereto. Dated at Bt. Helens. Oregon. Sep tember 9th, 1897. EMKLINE MEEKER. Administratrix of the estate of Frank M. Meeker, deceased. tlOoS Grose value of all property 11,452,176 Exemptions 93,660 Total taxable property 11,358,616 number ol pons . AveTsge value of tillable land per acta, 114.08; non-tillable land, 12.37; city lots, $7.98; bones and mulee, 110.80; cattle, $10.70; sheep and goata, $1.00; twine, $1.31. Asfct- Slnlls OACITOXIXsV, test Tbe Bathbone Bitten of tbit city treated themselves and their brother Knights to a feast at the lodge room last Tuesday evening. The first order on the programme wat a aoclal game of progressive whist, which waa followed by a splendid luncheon which tbe tit ters bad provided. There were about thirty five preaont and tbe evening waa thoroughly enjoyed. Tbe time in Justice Clark's court waa taken np Monday alter noon in preliminary tkirmtih between the State of Oregon on one tide and Joel Bate and Mra. E. L. Bigga on tbe other, teparate chargat being filed, each being accused of damaging tbe premises of the other. Tbe women pleaded guilty tnd wtt fined (15 and also placed under bonds for her ap pearance aa a witness against Bate who wat bound over. We are requested to announce tbat tbe Columbia County Sunday school Association will meet at Rainier Octo ber 28th aud Z9ib. Tbe programme will be printed later. Each Sunday ichool it entitled to two delegates ; su perintendents and pastors are alto membert. All members expecting to attend will please write Mrs. Charlet Hoogbkirk. committee on entertain ment. Bainier, Oretron. By order of Charles . Fhilbrook, president. Karl's Clover Root Tea, for consumption U't tht best and if after using It yon don't say so, return the package and get your money. Bold by Or. Bdwin Ross. OASTOniA. tteftt- slails Iffutut 44 wnista, Shiloh't Consumption Cure cures where others fail. It it the leading cough cure, and no home should be without It Fleas ant to take and goet right to the spot. Sold by Or. Edwin Boss. OASTOniA. tails lau tf list AC FOR PORTLAND, DAILY. - STEAMER Young America -VIA- WILLAMETTE SLOUGH Leave Rt. Helent Arrive at Portland... Leave Portland .... A rrive at St. Helens . . . .. 6:30 A M ..10:00 A M .. 8:30 P M ... 6.-00 P M FARE IS CEPITS. Will Carry Nothing bat Passengers . and Fast Freight. JAMES GOOD, MASTER. VXTAMTgD- VAITHFCt V V to travel for responsible established houat MEN OK WOMEN laOreiroii. Sklsrs 1780 and exDensea. Posltioa permanent Reference. Enclose self -addressed stamped envelope. Th National, Star Inaus anoe Bldg., Chioago. ANTED FAITHFUL MEN OB WOMBH to travel for responsible established bona InOrazon. Salary 70 and expenses. rpelUoa w permanent. Reference, inclose seu-aaarssaaa idg., Chicago, stamped envelop, in nauonai, aw uiaur- aaoetUd NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT we, tbe undersigned administrators of the estate of Cutbberl Stump, sr., deceased, have filed in the office of the county clerk of Columbia county. State of Oregon, oar ttnal account of our administration upon said estate; together with our petition for final distribution of the residue of said es tate among the parsons entitled thereto; that tbe Hon. i. B. Doan, judge oi tue County Court of said County and State, has appointed Monday the nrat aay ot Novem ber, 1897, at one o'clock p. m., and the court-room of said Court at the County jourt-nonse. in tbe iuy ot Bt. ileirns, in tald County and State, as the time and place for tbe settlement of said nnal ac count and the hearing of said petition for distribution : at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file their objections (hereto. Dated at St Helens. Oregon, September inn, usai. a. oj uartna C0THBERT STUMP, it. Ad mints trs tors of the Estate of Culbbert Stump, Sr., deceased. t!0o8 AN OPEN LETTER To MOTHERS. WE ARE ASSERTING IK THE C0TJ5.TS OUS RIGHT TO THI EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD toC ASTORIA," AND " PITCHER'S OASTORIA,' A3 OUR TRACK MARK. J, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusdb, was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA' the sams that has borne and does now fT. on ez,eri7 bear the facsimile signature of OtasffcAs. wrapper. This is the original - PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it U the hind you have always bought jy on the and has the signature of Wurc&i wrap-; per." Ho one has authority from me to use my name ex-' cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is ' March 8, 1897. 4fy,P Do Not Bo Deceived. Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in gredients of which even he does not know. "The Kind You Have Always Bought" BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF Insist on Having Tho Kind That Fever Failed You. THE BMTJUIII tSOsHMMT. TT TftMTt VtJMI tWTTst miL jyn y y y y y yyyyy-tyyyytyyyjysyy ........GET YOUR........ PROVISIONS -AT- CITATION. In the County Court of tb. State of Oregon, for uHumoia veuniy. In tbe Matter oi tbe Eatate of Philander Harris, an incompetent person. WHEREAS; W. J. MUCKLE, THB DULY appointed, qualified and actlngruardian of the oerson and estate of Philander Harris, an Incompetent person, baa filed his petition In tbe above entitled Court asking for a license or authority to sell the following-described real estate belonging to the estate of aaid Philander Harris for tbe purpose of proenring means for the maintenance of tna esiu warn, namely tn Xastons hsltof the Southwest quarter of Bee, tlon a, Township 7 Hi Willamette Meridian. set for Monday, November 1st, 1897, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M.. and the place ia at tbe County Court-House. in St. Helena, Oregon, at which time and niece all persons Interested In said property end In said estate, or either of them, are hereby notified and required to ap pear and show cause, If any they have, why said petition should not be granted and the aaid bind be sold, and aaid notice of this bearing to be Sublished for three eonsecntlve weeks In the ireiroa Mist. Done at chambers tnis utn aay oi Heptemner, 1BR7. i. B. UUAN, County Judge. PETITION FOB LIQUOR LICENSE To the Honorable County Court of Columbia uoumy, uregOQ: WE, THE UNDERSIGNED LEGAL VOTERS residina In Oak Point precinct. Columbia County, Oregon, would respectfully petition your Honorable Body, at its next regular term, wbich will be held on Wedneeday. November trd, 1807, at the Coort-Honse, in the City of at. Helens, Columbia county, urecon. tbat a n. eense be granted to Neil O'Hare to sell BDirUu ous, vinous and malt liquors in less quantities than one gallon, In Oak Point precinct, and that aucn uceose be grantea lor a period oisu months, for all of which your petitioners will ever pray: Jot Power, Carl Stockenberg, Con Ewlng, 1 E Biaea, cnaa Ternaban, u u Mayger, t-orier Bmim Wm Blackford, C F Blomquist. John Bryant, S Norgren, A P McGraw, W P. Slaughter, P N Keruey, C Churchill, Chas Erickson, ft H King, 1 Stockenberg. L B Mason. Simon Kasper. E An derson, i W Turner, Wm Roberts, Geo Hayes, J Johnston, A Peterson, L Ferri, F D Crandall, J W Hoffman, Chas Black, J Anderson, Wm Fluhrer, Thoa Brady, P J McHugh, F Johnsson. Chas Bloom, A Peterson, John Peterson. John Anderson, j jaccson, reter ssunaon, n Jonn- son. Chas Holbom, Chas Mayger, R D Crandall, jaraea jonnsou, ino iv. Martin Henesev. James FtUpatrick, R D Allen, G A Anderson, F J J Mahouey, C Johnson, Lund, r tiakeson, Tcmahan. A Madden. C Harold, A M McGraw. J Dowilng, O Ranger, F Oioa CITATION TO HEIRS. In the County Court of tbe State of Oregon, for Columbia County. In the matter ol the Estate of Oslai Cherrington, deceased. To Vernonia V. Dawsoa. heir at law of Oaf aa cherrington, deceased, ana to all neirs un known, If any there be: K THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON, You. and each of you. are hereby com manded to be and appear before the Honorable County Court of the State of Oregon, in and for the County of Columbia, at th. Court-House, in St, Helens, Oregon, on Saturday, the 23rd day of October. A. D. 1897. at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, It being the regular September term of said court, to snow cause, it any exist, wny an oraer of sale of the whole of the co-partnership real estate of Able and Cherrington, abould not be made as prayed for In the petition ot the exec utor of the last will ni Oaiaa Cherrinirton. de ceased, and administrator of the partnership estate of Able and Cherrington, now on file In aaid Court; said partnership real aetata being de- acrioea an ioiiows to-wit: First The NVtof NE: the NEW of NWV; the fractional 8WU of NW& the SEXof NW& and tbeSUof NEW of Section No. SI lu Township No. t North of Kange No. 1 West of the Willam ette Meridian in Multnomah County, Bute of Oregon, and containing 27 1W acres ot land. Second A tract of land situated In aaid Mult nomah County, Oregon, and containing 70 acres; aaid tract of land being known and de acrlbs4as"The Joy 70-Acre Tract," and Is sit uated fu tbe South end of the Sam. Lamberson aud Mary Jane Lamberson Donation Land Claim, in Section No. 25, in Township No. t North, of Range No. i West of the wiuamene Meridian, and Is more particularly described in a certain deed Irom J. M. Joy and wl fe tn Jack son Able and O. Cherrington, dated October 12th, 1888, and which deed la recorded in the Rocords of Multnomah county, Oregon, In Book 108. at page 466, to which reference ia hereby made for :urtner aesonpuon. . M . In testimony whereor, i, juason weea. cierx of the County Court aforesaid, do hereunto set di v nlfliw In this 16th day of September, A. D. 1897. affix the seal of said County Court offloe in the City of St. Helena, Oregon, my hand an at m; ( seal jbDSON WEED, County Clerk. tlToSl WANTED FAITHFUL MEN OB WOMEN to travel tor resnonsible established house In Oregon. Salary S7 and expenses. Position permanent. Reference. Enclose aelf-addrsjssed siamned envelope. The National, Star Insur ance Bldf., Chicago. Harris' Cash Grocery. a "The Perkins" C. W. KN0WLE5, Manager. Mr. Knowles wat, for many year,-proprietor of tbe St. Charlea hotel, and while there established a reputation aa a hotel man. He ia now in a better position to entertain hit friends than ever before, and will welcome all bis old patront to bis new place of business, where cau be fou ad an op-to-date hotel. Corner Fifth and Washington Streets, Pcrt'ani V ay V-' Dr. E. Ross ST. HELENS, OREGON Constantly Keeps in Stock a Complete Line of i i DRUGS, J TOILET i ARTICLES School Supplies An Unusually well-selected Stock of Writing Tablets, Pent, Pen cils, and tbe Best Inks on the Market. A FINE LINE OF FANCY STATIONERY Finest Perfumes and Soaps. Patent Medicines PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY AND ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED.. THE MIST AND OREGONIAN TWO TOGETHER ONE YEAR, ONLY TWO DOLLAR WHITE COLLAR LINE FAST TIME. Str. Telephone Leaves Portland dally (except Sunday) T A. M. Leaves asioria oaiiy lexcepsouuuay; t r. Str. Bailey Gatzert Leaves Portland daily (except Sunday) 1 P. M. eatnruay nignia ai iu o vuiva. Leaves Astoria daily (exoept Sunday and Mon day) at 7 A. si. Bunaay nigm at o ciuoua. Ui d'nn: Foot ot Alder street. Portland, Or., Fund dock, Astoria, Oregon. -THE BANQUET SALOON CL0NINGER& COOPER, PROPRIETORS, Wine and Liquor Card tables, pool table, billiard table and other devices tor the entertainment of pat rons, where time can ba pleasantly spent. FAMOUS FIRE LADDIE CIGARS Besides other popnlar branil. are kjl constantly on hand to supply the inrrea.'ed trade at this vary popular saloon. y--THB FAMOUS CYRUS NOBLE W.H.TCY I KEPT AT HK BARCil'KT,