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. -ST-.. . DAVID DAVIS. ' KuBxrlpttoa Haues. One oooy one year ia advtto...MHHmM It Otiecil-y mix mouths tnn&-l. copy....... Advertising rat wnede known upon application COLOMBIA COUNTY DIRECTORY, COBIITI OiriCEKS. Jurtire , Clark t hurl IT Treasurer Enpt. ol Schools. AWMHSOr Surveyor Joseph B, Doan, Rainier ,..J. Q, Watts, St. Helens .......J. N. Rice, Clatskanle K. Rosa, Bt Helens J. ll. copotnml, vvurwn Martin White. Oulnov Oeo. Hayes, Mayrer ..Dr. A. P. Mclvarcn. Rainier Coroner. . .(....... .P. A. Frakes. Soapooose 1,-ommiMicii.eni ...;.,;;t,.N. D. retenon. Mist Tebruary 17, 1899, OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. "Jack P. Heokkst," who is now so gaged ia the newspaper business at Bainier, in answering an article ia The Hist of two weeks ago, is not quite so weighty in brain matters we had sup posed him to be. In our article we spoke of the Review management, but "Jack" throws down the gauntlet and rushes into print over his own signa ture and single-handed, and we now presume ourselves at liberty to deal with "Jack," alone, and not the Re view. In the first place, "Jack," you aay it is your policy to be sure of any' thine before you rush into print to con demnjhencayour slowness to condemn Sanforil, and just a little farther along in your argument you say our attack on Sanford reminds you of B coyote, which waits until all danger is passed, etc., and asks the question why did we not tackle Sanford before he left here. The reason we did not, "Jack," ia be cause it "is our policy to find out the truth before condemn." Sanford left here so quickly, as soon as he got out of the clutches of the law, that we had'nl time to learn of his hellery un til he was well away from here. We did not even know for sure, until San lord had gone, tiial be "did" you, "Jack," for flOO or $150. You, per haps, "Jack," didn't know it, either, until he had gone, but you suspicioned it, did you not, "Jackf If you will inform ns how we might have found those things out before they happened you will greatly oblige us. In the sec ond place, "Jack," your accusation of cowardice on our part fulls a little fiat when it is recalled to mind that we one time dealt with Sanford through our columns in such a way as to make it quite unpleasant for him, and he awas in the newspaper business at the same time, yet he failed to defend himself to the satisfaction of the public We cite you to the issues of Thb Mist of May 13 and 27, 1S93. That was when Sanford was bombarding Wall street with the Spanish fleet, last summer. Do yon remember, "Jack!" Our at tack on Sanford at that time- didn't look much like cowardice, did it, Jack?" Sanford didn't defend him self with his paper, as one naturally would suppose him to do, but he threat ened all sorts of calamities for us, such as shotguns, pistols, chained light ning, etc., but do you remember of our running, "Jack?" We observed your policy to letter. We found oat we were right before we went ahead. "Was that righ t, "Jack ?" We are really sur prised at you, after being "done up" by Sanford for nearly f 150, to get out and defend him aa hard as you know bow, but may be you have heard, "Jack," that Sanford was coming back, and there may be a little tinge of "cow- arddice" about your methods. Now, ''Jack," let us give you just a little bit of advice. It was unnecessary for you to rush into print over your own sig nature, because we are familiar enough with newspaper etiquette to suppose you would father any article in your paper, besides you would not have laid yourself so wide open to criticism. And further, when we are dealing with you, individually, which your signa ture to that ailicle gives us the privil ege, we could go into detail and soy a good deal, because well, you know, "Jack." We have chapter after chap ter of it laid away in the archives of our sanctuary which we could use if we were so disposed. You remember. Now, "Jack," will you be good? When a man becomes as thoroughly besotted with falsehood as the editor of the News R. H. Mitchell there i no reason in him. Saturated with misrepresentation, be levels his pop gun of abuse at Tps Mist, in the last issue of his paper, and now we pull the trigger and the charge slaps Mitchell in the face and brands him as a char acter who does not possess even a speaking acquaintance with the truth. Of course, we would expect Mitchell to do nothing less than defend Sanford to the best of his ability. They both are from Washington oounty, and this county la certainly not benefitted iq the least by the acquisition. . Mitchell says Tata lust ia a tax-dodger because Beegle & Davis gave in their Individ' ual assessments. Let ua ask Mr. Mitch ell if he ever was on a tax-roll in Co lumbia county. His name does not appear on either the 1897 or 1898 rolls. And further. Who ia the New Pub lishing Co.? There is no such firm or company on the 1&97 or 1898 tax rolls. We find the following on each of the rolls above mentioned: "E. B. Mo- Farland, nonresideut, printing press used by Columbia Co. News." Who it, or who was it ever in Columbia county that constituted the News Pub lishing Co.? Suoh a thing ia not on the tax-roll. Was the Ux paid by the News last year paid as company prop Arty? If it was we failed to find it on the tax-roll. And let ns say further, (hat the tax on the plant of the News was not paid until very late in Novem ber last, and not then until Sheriff Rice threatened to attach the plant and sell it out parcel by parcel until he had realised the amouut of the tax. The Newa ia a martyr. It would break its neck to save the taxpayers a few cents. But if it has such great inter est in the taxpayers why did it not pay its Ux earlier in the year and thus save the county the interest on $23.45 for several months. The Ux of The Mist, while not that much, was paid on March 16th, 1893. The News ux was paid eight months later. "The News received lest than $500 for print ing a larger UX list tnsn that lor which The Mist at one time received $1200 and at another time $800," says Mitchell. A more unreasonable lie was never uttered. The first tax list printed in this county for many years, if not the first, was paid for on July 20th, 1892, and amounted to $800. The next one printed in 1894, was paid for on November 14th, 1894, and amounted to $329.47. There was an $871 lie to start with. The third tax list Thb Mist printed was in 1895, snd was paid for on November 14, . 1895, and amounted to $217.45. So it will be seen that we could yet print a coupl more Ux lisU and yet be under the amount claimed by Mitchell that The Mist received for two Ux lists. Is Mitchell a perverter of the truth? We extend to Mitchell an invitation yes we issue him a challenge to accom pany ua on a research of the record to disprove the etatercenU conUined in this article. He will not accompany us, because records reveal truths, and Mitchel is not dealing in that com modity. His stock in trade is to mis represent. While, as Mitchell claims, Th Mist is a tax-dodger, Mitchell undoubtedly an adept aa a truth-dodger, An revoir, Mitch. ELECT ROAD SUPERVISORS. Measure Passed Legislature Wnlch la Apparently Good. That sections 4081 and 4082 of Hill's An notated Laws of Oregon be and the same ars hereby amended so as to read as follows Bee. 4081. Tbe several county courts shall, as often as they deem necessary, bnt not oftener than once in two years, divide their respective counties, or any part there of, intosuitableor convenient road districts each of which shall be numbered, and cause a brief description of theaama to be entered on tbe county records. No road district shall be so made as that It shall be partly In one election precinct and partly in another, bat each road district shall be so formed as to lie wholly within one election precinct. Provided, that all territory within any in corporated town or city may be one road district. Each county court, at the Jan- nary term, 1900, thereof shall so arrange the road districts in its county so as to con form to tbe provisions of this section, and at the January term of said court every two years thereafter, and at no other time, make snch change in road districts ss may be deemed necessary, but no changes, either in road districts or election precincts, shall be made which shall interfere with the rel ative arrangement thereof as provided in this section. r" Bee 4092. At the general election la 100 and every two years thereafter shall be elected in each election precinct in this state In which there is one or more road districts, as provided in section 4081, a road supervisor for each road district in snch election precinct, who shall be a resident of the road district for which he selected and shall hold his office for two years, or until bis successor shall bare been elected and qualified. At such election every person entitled to vote for precinct officers in a given precinct shall be entitled to vote for one road supervisor for one road supervisor for each road district in snch precinct. Be fore entering upon the discharge ef his duties, each road supervisor shall take an oath to faithfully discbarge tbe duties of bis office, and when any person shall fail or refuse to accept the office of road super visor to which he shall have been elected, he shall be fined in the sum of twenty-five dollars, which fine shall be appropriated to road purposes in the road district In which sucb person shall have been elected. Bucb fine shall be imposed and collected by any justice of the peace in tbe county in which such road district shall be located or by the county court of such county ,and the amount of said fine shall be turned over to th road supervisor of the precinct in which it is to be used. All vacancies in th office of road supervisor shall be filled by the county court at the next term thereof, after sucb vacancy shall have occurred. Dangers of the Grip. The greatest dancer from La Orinna ia of its resulting in pneumonia. If reasonable care in need, however, and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy taken, all danger will be avoided. Among the ten of thousands who have used this remedy for ia grippe we have e w icai ll ui B ample uasa IlKVIIlg reeulieu pneumonia wnicn snows conclusively at this remedy is a certain preTentive of at dangerous disease. It will cure la grippe in less time than any other Ireat meiit. It is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by Or. hkiwiu Kots.drugglst.rJt.Heleus. INQUIRY FROM OHIO. Result of Wrlte-Cp tn New Year's Oregonlan. Mt. Orai, Ohio, January ft), tftflO. David Davis, (Jt. Helens, Oregon. Dear 8ir rW bad sent us the Morning Oregon Ian of Jauuary 16th, giving description of Oregon by counties, and the description of your county struck us very favorably ; In fact the description of all were excellent. We are dealers In Umber and have been for years, and It seems from the description of Oregon there is surely enough Umber to last for years. I have a few questions I would Ilk to ask It not imposing too much on you. (Will en close envelope and stamp for reply.) You apeak about railroad land for sale, selling at $2.60 per acre. Is th railroad land well timbered, and what kinds, and how far from railroad ? Is it mountain land or roll ing, only? Could you tell us th expense of logging from woods to railroad that is, on this railroad land at 12.50 per acre and what does timber bring at railroad sUUon; different grades? How near 8t Helens or any other town of any note could w buy this $2 SO railroad land? Pleas gtre popu lation of 8t Helens and manufacturing In terests. Will yon please give ns the names of some of your leading lumber manufac turers In your tewn or oounty. Hoping you may not consider this imposing too tuuoh on you, w remain Yours truly, Kiai.Ee 4 Kay. One Prom Minnesota. Faauns Fills, Minn., Feb. 13, 1899. David Davis, St. Helens, Oregon. Dear Sir: Through a friend of mine, I got hold of tbe Morning Oregonlan of January 16th wherein I read a letter from you describing Columbia county. Yon say therein that there is considerable vacant land there, sub ject to entry under the homestead law. Now, I should like to know what kind of land this is heavy timbered or brush and prarie. Ia irrigation necessary? How far from school and market? This applies as well to good land as railroad lands you speak of in the same latter. Hew can a poor man make a living for himself and family while be gets a start on his land if bs should take up some? There ar several families in this neighborhood who would locate out West If they only knew that they could make a living for themselves and families uutil it could be gotten out of the land. Most of them have barely enough to take them out there. They have also homes here, but cannot sell at present From the maps I se that Columbia county must be between the Coast Bangr mountain! and the Columbia river, north from Portland. I am surprised that this county has not been settled up before now, unless tbe vacant lands are worthless, or sucb that they cannot be cultivated without great expense. How Is that! Which would bs tbe best place to stop at if 1 should go out there St. Helens, Ooble or Scsppoose? Could I get work out there with some real estate firm or in some store in which I have bad some experience her? I believe if the lands are fit for cultivation I could induce a good number from her to go out there and settle np tbe country. Good many here are getting tired of four to six months winter at from 18 to 40 below aero. If you can possibly find time to answer all these questions it would greatly oblige me, and it may do so me good for your county. Hoping to bear from you in the near fu ture or as soon aa possible, I remain Tours very truly, Hxubt J. Colvih. P. 8. I hav had eight years' experience in county treasurer's and auditor's office, if that could help me in securing employ ment. H. J. C. Another Front Dakota,. Taaai, 8. D.. Feb. 9, 1809. Mr. David Davis, St. Helens. Dear Sir: bare been reading your description of Columbia county in the Portland Oregon lan, and I would like a little faformaUon about buying railroad land. , Is it all tim ber land or is there some of It open? Can they work in the lumber woods in winter, or does it rain too much. What wages is paid in the woods and also In the sawmills? I am thinking of buying a farm soma place in Western Oregon the coming summer. At present I am running a hoisting engine and air compressor. Can yon put me in communication with some real esUte agent who has farms for sale? Respectfully, Mot Swam. Aa Honest Medicine for La Grippe. Geo. W. Waitt, of South Oardlner, Me., says; "I bare bad the worst cough, cold, chills and grippe and bare taken lots of trash of no account but profit to the vendor. Chamberlain 'a Cough Remedy is the only thing tbat baa done any good whatever. I hsve need one 60-cent bottle and tbe chills, cold snd grip have ail left ma. I congratu late the manufacturers of an honest med icine.' For sale by Dr. Edwin Boss, drug gist, St. Helens, Don't Be a Knocker. If your neighbor ia prosperous, let him prosper. Don't grunt, growl or grumble. Say a good word for him nd let it go at that. Don't be a knocker. : Your turn will come. No one man is the whole show. If you see tbe town is moving along nicely, feel good about it. Help things along. Shove a little. Push. Try and get some of the benefit yourself. Don't stand around like a chilly old cadaver. Don't waste your time feeling sore be cause some other fellow has a little LnorthernJL fLLU5TRATEf CATALOGS . PR EE Buell Lambcrson . 180 fBONT ST Portland. Oft in f GROWN Y. fblonte Vista DDT 17 T-D1717C Ws have a choice lot of one and two-year-old trees, such as Ben llLLi lltliLDt Davis, Northern Spy, Baldwin, Bpitsenberg and Orsveustien, on wuicn we quote very WILLAMETTE PRONE. One snd two a prominent Also Cherry Plum more sand and aense than you have, Do a little hustling yourself. Don't be a knocker, If you can aay a good word, say it like a prince. If yon ar frill of bile and disposed to say something mean, keep your mouth shut. Don t be knocker. No man ever made a dollar knocking. No man ever helped him self up permanently by knocking his neighbors down. Give up a kind word. Give it liberally. It wont cost you a cent, and you may want one yourself soma day. You may have thousands today and next year be without the price of a shave. So don't be a knocker. You can't afford it. It won't pay. There's nothing in it. If you want to throw something at somebody, throw cologne. Or rosea. Don't throw brick bats. Or mud. Don't be a knocker. If you must kick, go around behind th barn and lake a good kick at your self. For if you feel that way, yeu re the man that needs kicking. Hut whatever you do, don't be a knocker, MANY A LOVER Has turned with disgust from an otherwise lovable girl with an offensive breath. Karl's Clover Root Tea purines th breath by its action on the bowels, etc., aa nothing else ill, Bold for years on absolute guarantee. Price So eta. and 60 cts. Hold bv llr.Kdwin wea, ii i tig ry, Houlton. Koss, druggist, Bt, Helens, aud N. A. Per- REUBEN NOTES. Bov. M. Burhngame, of Rainier, was in town ou Tuesday. Miss Maud Morris, of Portland, Is visit ing Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Utik this week. Mrs. Sanford Butts, of Long Bach, Wash., la visiting her mother, Mrs . K. W. Fowler. Ed. Butts, a member of the life-saying crew at Fort uantiy, wasn., is visiiiiig rrlenda at Wis piaue for a few days. Th telephone crew began work on their una at uoDie on weanesaay to ciosa in gap between tbat place aud ttalnler, , Hugh Graham, and wife, of Anaconda, were visiting Mrs. Graham's mother, Mrs, E. W. Fowler, during the past week. O. Zoller, whobonght the H. O. Brown place, moved his household goods out there trom roruaua on inurstuy ot laat wees. Henry Woodham has rented his place west of town to Mr. C Graff for the next year. Mr. Wood ham and wife will mov to Portland th last ot this month. Emll Klossner and wife, of Portland, came down with their household goods Tuesdav on the Kellogg, and moved oat to their new bouse just finished on th land bought of Lawrence Arohibald. Ibe school directors ot district No. SO met last Friday and elected Misa Myrtle Powell of Pittsburg, and Miss Lissie Welti to teach the public schools during th coming spring, ocuool wut oegin April o. E. W. sad C. C. Fowler, who have a con tract Irom H. B. Borthwick for cedar piling ana teiegrapn poles, movea ineir camp down to tbe George Merrill place laat week. where they found a fin body of cedar to wors on. Albert Adams went to Portland laat week and brought back a Ane large stove and a nice set of household goods, and it ia whis pered aiound tbat before long he will have one of tbe fairest ladiea of Carioo valley to uuce care ot me same (or mm. ON EVERY BOTTLE Of Shlloh'a Consumption Cur is this ruar an tee: "Ail we ask of you is to nse two thirds of tli contents of this bottle faith fully, then if vou say vou are not benefited return the bottle to your druggist and be may refund tbe Drice Daid. Price 2ft eta. 60 eta ana si.uu csoia oy ur. Jtwiwin Hose, druggist, St. Helens, Oregon, and N. A. rerry, Houiion, Oregon. The Daly school law passed the sen ate on Wednesday. It fixe the Salary of tbe school superintendent of Co lumbia county at 550 yearly. HOW 18 YOUR WIFE? Haa she lost her beauty T If so. Consti pation. Indigestion. Sick Headache are the nncipai eauaea. Kan s rmver Koot lea as cured theae ills for half a century. Price 25 cts and SO cts. Money refunded if results are not salisfatory. Bold by Dr. Ed win Boas, druggist, 8k Helens, Oregon, and N. A. Perry, Houlton, Oregon. TELL YOUR SI8TER. A Beautiful Complexion is an ininoaalbll- ity without good pure blood, the sort that only exist in connection with good diges tion, a healthy liver and bowels Karl's Clover Root tea acts directly on th bowels, liver, and kidneys, keeping them in perfect health. Price 25 cts and 50 cts. Bold by Dr. Edwin Ross, druggist, St. Helens, Ore got, aud N. A. Perry. Houlton, Oregon. law has passed the legislature fix ing tbe salary of the district attorney oi mis district at fi.xnA) per year. DO YOU KNOW Consumption Is preventable? Science has proven that, and also tbat neglect is sui cidal. The worst cold or cough can be cured with Sbiioh's Cough and Consump tion Cure. Bold on a positive guarantee for over flity years. Bold by Dr. JCdwin Ross, aruggisi, et. zieiens, Oregon, ana I. A. Perry, Houlton, Oregon. YOU TRY IT. If 8hiloh'e Coaeh and Consnmi.tlon Cure. which is sold for tbe small price of 25 cts.. 60 cts. and f 1.00, does not cure take tbe bot tle back and we will refund your money, Sold for over fifty years on this guarantee. race a cts. and so cm. sold by Dr. Kdwin x?r.. A t- a, ir ..! A u . t. ry, Houlton. WHAT 13 8H1LOH? A grand old remedy for Couehs. Colds and Consumption; used through the world for half a century, baa cured innumerable for half a century, baa cured Innumerable cases ot incipient consumption and relieved many in advanced stages. If vou are not sansnea witn ttie results we wui reiuntl your money. Price 26 cts. snd 60 cts. Bold bv Dr. Edwin Ross, drundst. Ht. Helens. auu x. . a. rerry, nouiuin Nurseries reasonable price. - year - old trees. Cions were obtained from fruit grower; were out from bearing trees and Pear Trees. ( A. HOLADAY, Scappoose, Oregon..' O o-- un CMC V sva w r 1 HOTEL ST. HELENS, OREaON. !, A, EENETT, Proprietor -, . :- Good Accommodations for Tran sient Custom. Regular Boarders at Reas onable Prlvas. fell Kept Livery Barn For Oar of Horses. . jt -THE- CLOHWGCR WHimr, Pro. . ' TBE FAstOOt ' ' GYRUS -NOBLE - WHISKEY Besides other standard branda of liquor, la kept always ou baud. Card tables, pool table, and billiard taul for the use oi patrons. .'.St. Ilelene, Oreojoa. KE. QUICK Commissioner of Deeds for Wash ington. ...... G. WCOLE .Votary Public. PB0PRIBTOB3 OF THORNE'S Merical SystsmTitle Attracts. Title Examined aad Perfected. Abstracts Furnished. Assessmeula Kxamlned. Iu snranc Written, laaea Paid and Convey ancing. 8T, HELENS, OBEOOID. ST. CHARLES HOTEL Front (Morrison Sts.. Mud Under New Management 160 Rooms at 25 Cents to 60 Cents. Suites 76 Cent to $1.00. Elevator, Electric Lights and Bells, and all Modern ConTeniances. Free Bua Meats all float and Traius. Restaurant Ccniioctoil witu Hotel O'eeon Telephone 289. Columbia Telephone 27. MUCKLE BROS. -MANCFACTCEER8 0F- Rough and Dressed Lumber Dimension Lumber. Floorlns?. Rustle. Sheath in, uuinn, ana a complete sloes of every tmicvj ui tuinuer wpt un nana. v AT THB OLD tfrAND, 8T. HELENS, OS STEAMER LDRLINE PORTLAND AND ASTORIA Leaves Portland everr nlarht at ft o'clock for Aatoria, (except Sunday.) Saturday night at 10. Returning, leaves Astoria at 6: 30 o'clock every moming (except Monday.) Sun day at e: W o'clock p. m. OR. & N. GO. 8 S Time SCHEDULES B From Portland. Fast Salt Lake, Denver. Ft. Msll Worth, Om.na.Ksn- Sp.m. ass City, Ht. Louis, Chicago and East, Spokane Walla Walla, Spokane, Flyer Minneapolis, St. 3:20 p.m. Paul, tiulnth, Mil waukee, Chicago Jtast. 8 pm. Ocean St.am.hlps. AU sailing date aub- jeet to change. For Han Francisco Ball erery Ave days. g p.ro. Columbia River Ex.Sunday Steamer. Saturday To Astoria and Way 10 p. m. leading. Ss. m. Wlllam.rU River, Ex.Bund'ay Oregon City, Newberg, Salem Way-land'ga V . tn Willamette and Yam- ToesThar. ' and Sat. Oreson City, Dayton, and Way-landings. Sam. Willamette River. Tuen. Thnr. Portland to Corvallis and Sat. and Way-landings. Lv. Rlparla Snake River. 1:45 a. m. dally ex- Rlparla to Lewiston. eept Sat Aaaivs raoa Fait Wall ;6p.m. Bpokan Flyer S:80a,ni. 4 p.m. 4p.m. Bx.Bundsy 4:S0p. m. Ex. Sunday 8:90 p. m. Hon. Wed. and Frl. 4:80 o. m. TuesThur. and Sat. Lv.Law'tce B:oe.m. daily ex cept FrL W. H. HURLBERT, General Passenger Agent, PORTLAND OKE0ON r .ST. HELEM3. Odd all JAMES 11. SHELDON. rrprltor Fresh Meats. Hams, Dacon, and Lard, etc. Alwsvs kept on hand. Mr. Sheldon tells hams, bacon, and lard way down. Special Quautltlaa. Main Street, 'vyv vyy y r' ni a TOT A TTC DR. J. E. HALL, Proprietor, ... Ha fust rMrived a tarn asaortaMat el Kmo. aad Pur DRUGS HESIIQilLJkO Alio a new and seleet slock of drtige and patent medicines, fanev stationery, .shoal bnoas and si-hool supplies, perfumery aud toilet arUcles, aud lu fact sveryihlug which is usually kept at a orst-etas drug store. Prescriptions Carefully Compomidcd AT i CLATSKANIE i i SOME "GOOD BUYS" For Sale by COLE & QUICK. i i i i i i i i i i 4 i i i i i i i i i i i i ISO acres, with good hewed lo bona loxM, 5 rooms baru and out house.! small orchard; school of a mile: pott-oUti-.W nille;Saerwi alearvd tiiileulll. vated; C0,0tV teal of (ood yellow Itr tim ber. Price down, baiaiic, Uuie. 40 aere near Dear Island, all fanned; S aciv. cleared and cultivated: good oreh.nl, house, barn and outhouse. Ptloe now, H sown. , 80 acres, 4 miles from Ht nel.tts, with bulldiUHa small IruiU and some cleared land. Hilton ereek runs through the premise. Prlie sooo. 80 actM la township 1 north, rang I West; good building and lwprov.uiuis, near schoolhous aud poMomu. frlo ecu. 100 acres V of a mile from Deer Island station, on the Northern Farina rallroail, tuo.OUO Nit ol saw timber. Llarvs summit of etmlwood can be cut. Only )( a mile haul. . M0 aero of timber land In township 4 north, range west, frlc par acre. For farther information call on or address: ,. C30JLJ3 QUIOK. ' Main Street, - St. Helens. Oresron frvvvvvvvvvvivvvvvvvvv VVV4 ssv STEAMER G. DELL SHAVER, Master. .'.4. 11 ohauge time without notice. LpRVPS Po? '2' .' yeehlngtou street; Tuesday. Thursday, and Sunday evenings at S IJMIVCO o'clock. Keturnln-LeavesClatkaiile, t de permitting, Monday. Wadnesrisv and Friday evenings at 4 o'clock Will pass Oak Point about 7; Stella 7 :15.- Wu"r V " still d'r Wi Kalama:15: St. Helens U:o. Arrlvaln Poi-tl.n.l i sn A, Th. ... Z.Jr Ll-it.' J ....STEAMER JOSEPH KELLOGG. h Leave Kelso on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at (o'clock a. m. Portland and Kelso Routs jl STORIA & COLUMBIA RIYER all RAILROAD COMPANY. WINTKK St'HkDllLK. Rast bound Daily West bound n 24 a. m. p. m. 16 8 10 80 8 26 10 00 8 66 10 26 W 10 66 9 60 ' 11 18 10 12 U 42 10 86 t. m. 1216 ..1M0 Trains p. m. . m. :oe 9:28 07 8:86 11 '20 11 00 10 49 10 18 arrive. Roulton. leave uooie .... Rainier Maygers ...(Matskaule ... Westport .... Cllton . , . Knappa ....... 8:16 63 28 00 s as 7:40 7:28 7:00 leave.. Artoria,. arrive Trains leave ANtorla for Hi,.m . iq a,7 ..... p. . uoa, wiiiiiBcuons at Astoria for liwaco, Chinook. Fort C'aiiby, Nehaleui, Till amook, and Oarrlhaldi. ' Passengers for Astoria or way points mint flag trains at Houlton. Trains will slop to let nas sengsrs off at Houlton when coming from points Oen. r'ass.'Agl., s . d, nay., St. Helens), Oregon. AjtAAAsilia1AkAAAsaVi RDTTP CTHPT: THE DRUG STORE t 1 ISO acre. In Carieo valley, township I north, ratire S west; good house, bars and on-hard; $ r cleared andeulll vated; good y.llow Or llii.lier that ran be lowed Into Hilton creek, frlo 11UM, one hall down. ( lnoacre. In townships north, rana.1 west; .11 leneed, 40 acres la cultivation, hue fruit tree, la bearing. 100 acre, ar slashed and seeded to psttore, whonl hooMKlitiln mil", county road on loroe sides, good biiildliiit, barn, out nous, dryer, chicken yarn!, all farming Implements, Including mower, hay rake, plows cultivators, hay baler, atump ma chine, only 4 mile, from county .eat, l'i mile, trom two railroad nations. Pilce tJft per acre for all, or will rtlrltl. place In 10ir 'j0a-retra-n, hoi If divided will sell only unimproved portion. ten screa of timber land in rnwn.hlp4 north, ranges west. 1'iu-c I'i.o, ISO acres of timber land In township 6 north, range tat. I'rlce IMS). Timber land In towhlp4north. ranini 4 went, suitable lor ksglug. I'rlce III) per aw. ........ . m W. SHAVER The Only Direct Route ...FROM... ' rortland to Clatslvanio righ , - -- ...w fwiToi tue rigu iw Shaver Transportation Company. 1rvm Port" Thurftflfty, ami ButuntHjri, l A o'cliwk tv in. via Willamette slough White Collar Line 1 THK OOLUMUIA HIVKK AND 1'tIOK.r HOlNO NAVIGATION CO. POHTLAKD-iSMRIA HOME. ...TELEPHONE... Landing Foot of Aldor Hlreet, Portland. Leaves Portland dally (exeunt sundny) at 7 A, Jf. Landing Telephone dock, Astoria. Leaves Astoria dally fexcent Sunday) 7 P. If. Telephone Tickets flood on Steamer Potter. Steamer rotter Ticket Good on Telephone. Asioria. or, U. fl. SCOTT, Pres.