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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
Issued Kviav Kuii)v Mukninu Bv
EDITOR AHU PsorslKTOS.
One copy one year, In advance. .
... l-l ; water. However, the peonie ol jacs-
CoTNTY OFFICKRS. I aonville will be made to ieef the aympa-
Representative Norman Merrill. Clatskanl ' thy of the great American people in
jinnr Joseph H. Ihmii. kkiiikt . their alHiction, ami if an appeal for as-
u"1,: fi,"!-,' Iht'u. itance is found necessary it wilt meet
T!rV;.V:::.:.V.V: l"' HeleSslwith a hearty and onerous response.
Bui, of School I. H. t'nilnd. Hmilton I j... ... . i .
is:':::"V.vWk' cumim sews items.
Ocmiwr Dr. H. K. ChtT. . Helens
...p. a. Kmkes. s,'i.,
....w. n. case, Pittabur
MAY 10. 11H.U.
PORTLAND'S NATURAL LEGACY.
Pobtlaxd's newspaper men have at
last sounded the true keynote to the
Nehalem railroad situation and seem to
have come to a realisation of the fact
that it is Portland's duty an well aa her
advantage to take the loud in the devel
opment of her tributary commerce, es
pecially that of the Nehalem valley, a
district which with a little asu-ii-t nice
would quickly leapoud with a volume of
busineaa that would astonish even
If Pnrtlatul in Liw tn irntNl) this fart
other cities have not been blind to it,
ilalrM.t welMwl.iHNl ni.,Ten,etit
is on foot in New York bv which the!
products of tins part ol Western ureguu
would be diverted to an atern market
and loat to Portland altogether.
Thg editor of the Oregon ian on May
1st, after auiuuiariiiiig the situation,
very correctly remarks f "It is prepos
terous that so rich a region lying so near
our very door should lie drained away
off to foreign parts to the imuieasorabfe
detriment of this city aud the country
to be developed ; but this is likely to be
done if present appearance are not de
ceptive. An independent line between
Portland and Nehalem and Tillamook
bays is what Portland needs and etiould
have. This would encourage the devel
opment of the vast native resources of
that richest quarter of Oregon, and it i
only business logic that it trade should
flow this way."
The foregoing it an exact statement of
the situation as it appears to any lair
minded observer. The great and varied
resources of the N'ehalem country are
directly tributary to Portlantl aud are
that city's natural legacy. It they were
developed by that city and diverted into
her trade marts they would quickly
prove one of Portland's most valuable
commercial resources. Portland can
neither permit the resources of that dis
trict to lie dormant, or be diverted to
other channels and in order to insure
her supremacy there she must act iode
pendenty and quickly. All of these
things have for years lieen earnestly
Urged upon Portland and the wonder is
tiiat that city baa been so long in awak
ening to the importance of these facts.
If the building of a railroad to the
Nelialem eon n try were matter of eiich
financial magnitude that it could not be
couipaaeed by the people of Portland,
their apathy in the matter could be ex
cused for natural reasons, but such is
not the ease. A railroad to N'ehalem
can be built and equipped for 3,0O0,O00
a mere bagatelle, and a snm which
can be drawn out of the legitimate chan
nels of its trade without any danger or
inconvenience whatever. ow that
Portland plainly sees her duty let her
perform it withont hesitation or delay.
Thc South is beginning to find ont
that an expansion president is not such
a bad fellow, after all.
It is not expected that Mr. Bradley's
corner on whisky will keep that com
modity from going down regularly.
Chicago is said to be a city in which
it it unprofitable to keep a cow. The
reason given being that it costs $25,U0U
lor a uiue L-ua-a-nay.
Th name which hat been chosen for
the 1906 exposition is both expressive
and convenient, and we doubt if a more
appropriate one could have been chosen
Wuck Emperor William takes a trip
the people cheer him because tliev have
to, but when President William lakes a
trip the people cheer him because thev
A mas named Bradley has "cornered"
20,000,000 gallons of whUky ami Mured
it away in a cellar in New York.
Doesn't this explain the reason why
Mrs. Nation is kept carefully locked np
in a Kansas jail?
In March the British loss in South
Africa was 466 men killed and wounded.
3 captured, 428 died from disease and
SUU9 sent home as invalids. The coet of
the war is still at the rate of nearly
60,000 men a year.
Authentic information has been re
ceived at the state department in Wash
ington, to the effect that one million
Chinese have been killed since the war
commenced in China. If this lick is
kept np much longer there will be no
body left to "civiliee" over there except
the "Christian" armv, which went over
there to correct the degenerate heathen.
Thc big fair which the people of Ore
gon propose to give in 1905, lias been
n.ni.;...,.!. ) An.t I II..
Retting under way. It is now np to the!
lUonlJ T.nH r rasen i ,L '
should constitute himself a committee of
one and get a hustle on and assist in
making it a success. Here is an oppor
tunity to thow the world that we can
do just at big things oat here in Oregon
s the people of any state in the union
can do, and that we can do them just as
gracefully and well.
Thc railroad fever aeeins to be absorb
ing the attention of Portland's business
men to the exclusion of every other con
sideration except the big exposition.
This is very commendable spirit in
many respects, but it is especially it-rati
fying to many of us because of its tend-
knev toward the develooment of Port, '
l.nJ. ilu.i. .l,:.u i. " ! r
n.-ln?.1nKeci--- If the Portland,!
NebalemAli llamook railroad proposi- j
tion materializes it will open to con..
. . . ,-,.T w.....,., s,,u ,,.
tnerce the richest portion of western
Oregon, and be the meant of annually
putting into Portland's markets pnaf
Iscts whose value will reach manv tfiotis-
I anil u( dollar. The people- of Portland
will niHka no miiruk ii puhitit (hi
latest railroad movement Ui u successful
termination at the earliest possihle mo
ment. i Thk flue city ol Jacksonville, Florida.
, hit just pasaed through in first great
latplisiti of tire, which dest roved 14t
; hliickx i( building valued at fl6,000,
i ikM. wild made 10.000 la-mons homeless.
Tlunia-li sadly stricken, the people of
that citv are far mure fortunate than
.. 5 . i ..;
those oi their neighboring eitv of Vial
! veiiton, whioh lately sullered such a
pilot-king Ions of life anil property by a
j visitation of that irresistible element.
I JVrt A Id rids is contlnei to the house
; . frmm limif tffiillil..
suffering from lung trouble
N. Merrill expects to etart np his mill
to rut door stock again this season.
I Mias Hattie Kelty left town Monday
I morning to reside for a time, at least, iu
Mias Laura Nichols was over from
Kugle Cliff spending Sunday with
Flippin is netting his manufactured
lumber to town as last as the condition
of the roads mill permit.
Mrs. Riclr, of Kaiuier, Sient a couple
of days witn her parents, 1. Dixon and
wife, returning Tuesday morning.
James K. Van and son, Nathan, who
are now employed at Young's camp,
near Rainier, were home over Sunday.
George Miller spent two or three days
in Portland visiting his wife, who is at
present an inmate of the hospital there.
We understand that the intention to
rebaild the Tichenor mill farther np
Went creek has been abandoned for the
Dr. Hall and family spent a day last
week iu Portland, where the doctor
went to be present at some surgical
work in which he felt interested.
Miss Maud lirvant came home from
j her echool in the Nehalem valley las
I week and took a brief trip to Port. mid
She was back to school ou duty Monday
Geo. Perrine entertained his brother
from North Yamhill last week. His
visit was largely induced too, by his
desire to vii-it his sister, Mrs. Baker, at
Mist, who has been ill for some weeks.
So energetic a boy as Kit Conyeis it
missed from the streets when he fails to
put in an appearance. It is measles
that make him look like a Hottentot for
a brief period and make the boys miss
Ins cheerful companionship lor the
Strains of mucic and merry laughter
from Con vers' hall at a rather late hour
ou Monday evening were explained by
a passer by the statement that the Ar
t leans were having a blow out, whatever
that may indicate. It seemed an enjoy
able "'jlow" at leaat.
The dance tf the Red Men brought a
good inauy people to Graham's hall ou
Saturday evening, where they spent a
few hours in the fascinating muscular
exercise peculiar to such an occasion.
Aa a benefit we are not advised of its
success, bat it is probable the treasury
is somewhat replenished in consequence.
Mii-8 Mabel Blackford is a recruit in
the ranks of public school teachers.
She passed a creditable examination re
cently, secured a temporary certificate
and is now in charge of the school in
district No. M. She is another of the
Ciatakanie graduates to enter the work
and will, we predict, do good work as
Daniel Dixon, sr. announces his inten
tion of selling bis ranch with stock and
a variety of farm implements, and retir
ing from the business. He feels that
the weight of the nearly four score years
upon himself and wife forbid their doing
very active work, hence his desire to
resign the duties to some younger
Ike Bumgardner has had rather bad
luck during the past few months in ill
ness of himself and family, and since
his return here, his wife developed such
indications of typhoid fever as to induce
him to take her to a hospital in Port
land for care and treatment. At last
reports she seemed destined to have to
wrevtle with the disease.
Dan Guinan is a good waterman when
engaged in boating and gill net fishing,
but when it comes to keeping on the
npper side of a rolling log in the water,
Daniel's training does not serve luiu so
well, and a plunge in the Clatskanie
river Tuesday morning convinced those
who saw and enjoyed it (more than he
did) that he had something yet to learn.
Dan was very much disgusted and got
very wet. '
A match team of large, fine looking
draught horns attracts considerable at
tention about here now, where such
horses are not plenty enough to supply j
the demand from the logging camps, 1
and upon the arrival of such a team last
week it was learned that Chandler and I
Sutherland had made an investment in
that line with a view to logging opera
tions the cominir summer. Thev ex ner t !
to operate near town, and have an out-
K t. ....I .U
The people along the river are exper-1
leucine a touch of the benefit of low I
fares. The Gatzert has been taken off i
the Portland-Astoria run and pnton the
npper Columbia, and the boat attempt
ing to take her place does so only in the
saying, not in the doing. Mail is de
livered at the pleasure of the carrier,
not for the convenience of the public.
When the fares are placed at such a
figure to warrant a good steamer to tro
on the route again there will be a better
Miss Winnie Way, of Portland, who
is visiting friends in this place, was
tendered a very pleasant dancing party
by her young lady friends Tuesday even
ing. About fifteen couples were present
and the festivities continued till mid
night when a lilit lunch was served after
which the guests departed, voting the
event one of the pleasantest ever enjoy
ed in this citv.
Persistency is characteristic of all
TJV'V' accomplished anything
Kre - - They may lack m some other
particular, may have many weaknesses
and eccentricities, but the quality of
persistence is never absent in a success
ful man. No matter what opposition
he meets or what discouragements over
take him, he is alwavs persistent.
Drudgery cannot disgust him, labor can
not wearv him. He will persist, no
matter what comes or what goes; it is a
part of bis nature; he could almost as
eaxv stop breathing. It is not so much
brilliancy of intellect or fertility of
resources as persistency of effort, 'con
stancy of purpose, that gives enccees.
Persistency always inspires confidence.
Everybody believes in the man who per
sists. He niflv meet misfortune, sorrow
f,.,. t,.'i u.i: '
. .'7' u.a.v ueueve. ,.
know there it no keeping him down, s
"Ij,, he keepat it? Is lit T persistent?" ! g
This is the question which the world Ic,
,le wm tmuuatelr triiimnti. because thev
Question which the World
asks aliout a man. Even a man with i
small ahility will oflen succeed if he has '
quality of persistence, where a
genius without it would fail.
TO BE HEARD BY THE COURT
LONG lilST OK SUITS ON THK
Till At, OCKKT.
Some Important Case will b ap for
Hear! us; StxX Hwk,
At the remilar May term o( circuit
court to convene next wees, there will lie
! Mime verv important canes at issue, and
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the term promises to tie an Important
one. hollowing i tee docket:
Matter of assignment of Iean Blanch
ard, M. Both, assignee.
Matter of assignment of Page A War
ren, R. L. .Sabin, assignee.
Matter of assignment of Anryt A Kist
ner, J. B. Doan, assignee.
J. O. llanthorn vs. James Qtiinn,F. J.
Taylor ami Fulton Bros, for plaintiff;
Cotton, Teal Miner for defendant.
Lewis Love vs. J. Tiee, Kd and A. R.
Mendenhall (or plaintiff; T. R. Cunning
ham for defendant.
Alice Anderson vs. R. I.. Anderson,
Geo. Shephard for plaintiff.
American Mortgage Co. vs. R. I. Har
ris, K. W. Bingham for plaintitt.
O.J. Bryant et al vsi Hannah Con-
yersel ex, lilianl A Uay (or plalntin; J.
C. Moreland for defendant.
li. J. aaiiuisn vs. irou?e, eunteii
Kv. Co., r . P. Grant tor piaintin.
Jacob lieun'h vn. J. H. Peterson et al,
Dillard A Dav for plaintiff.
Sarah J. Stewart vs. Sal lie and W. J.
Rice, Geo. P. Lent for plaintiff.
It. T. toff vs. Star Logging Lumber
ing Co., L. II. McMahon for plaintiff.
D. 8. Reeder vs. R. Z. Joy, R. Citron,
Mary Anrvs vs. Edward Anrjs, Dil
lard Dav for plaintiff.
Frank Tracy vs. Melimla Adams et at,
8. H. Gruber'for plaintiff.
MaryT. Williams vs. William Wil
liams, S. 11. Grnber for plaintiff. -
J. J. Carney vs. Mary C. Carney, E.
and A. R. Mendenhall for plaintitl.
R. Reichardt vs. Walter Brothers,
Graham A Cleeton for plaintiff.
S. A. Miles vs II. N. Smith, S. II.
Gruber for plaintiff; C. Calahan and
Pearcy and Mendenhall tor defendants.
Rosetta Smith et al, vs. Mary W.
Newsome et al. H. Allen and Dell Stew
art lor plaintiff; Dillard A Day for de
fendant. A. J. t-inger vs. Minnie M. Singer,
Joseph & Mhlagel for plaintiff.
I.ydia M. Haines vs. Charles F. Hain
es, j. A. Stmwbridge for plaintiff; E.
and A. R. Mendenhall for defendant.
Mae Smith vs. A. C. Smith, G. A.
Hall for plaintiff; J. T. Ross for defend
ant. James Muckle jr., et al, vs. St. Helens
Bu'lding Association, S. 11. Gruber for
M. R. Kettering vs S. R. Hagey, Dil
lard A Day for plaintiff.
M. A. Ostrander vs. Jennie B. Cam
eron, Graham A Cleeton for plaintiff.
Frederick Quappe vs. Mary Quappe,
Graham A Cleeton for plaintiff.
T. T. Burhardt vs. S. A. Murgrove,
E. B. Sea brook for plaintiff.
I. Lowengart vx. A. B. Root, . E.
Merges for plaintiff.
Honeyman, Deliart & Co. vs. W. M.
Fraine et al, G. W. Caldwell for plaintiff.
M. Ellis A Co. vs F. J. GlibbertA
Sons, Cnuuiugham A Malarky for plain
tiff. L. E. Clark vs. F. J. Glibbert A Sons,
Dillard A Day for plaintiff.
G. A. Hall' vs. John Lindberg A Co.,
G. A. Hail for plaintiff; N. McCoy for
Josiah Weston vs. D. J. Switxer, E.
and A. R. Mendenhall for plaintiff; 8.
H. Gruher for defendant.
O. D. Lavender vs. Pittsburg Mill Co.,
Dillard A Dav for plaintiff.
Marv W. N'ewsoin vs. Rosella Smith,
Dillard A Day for plaintiff; Harrison
Allen and Dell Stnart for defendant.
S. A. Miles vs. W. F. Slaughter and
C. W. Maygeret al, S. H. Gruber for
8. A. Miles vs. G. A. Massie et al, 8.
II. Gruber for plaintiff; W. U. Powell
F. A. Fisher vs. Y. J. Ross, J. Q. A.
Bowlby for plaintiff.
J. G. Watts et al vt. Lizzie M. Brown
et al, Dillard A Day for plaintiff.
W. L. Pulliam vs J. Sandaroin. G. A.
Hall for plaintiff Fulton Bros, for de
fendant. H. West, administrator, vs. Geo. H.
Leonard and W. J. Rice, J. C. Moreland
for plaintiff; Dillard & Day for defend
ants. Albert Ford vs. J. G. Plank, 8. H.
Gruber for plaintiff; W. H. Powell for
Ollie E. Milville vs. Goble, Pacific A
Nehalem R. R. Co., Dillard A Day for
Real Estate Transfers.
Annie Baker to J. Schodveo, lot 4. blk i.
hrt t 1h 00
Same to C: f Lln1Kren. lotnl, 2, 3, 4, blk 1,
E.to 75 00
B KlrkenfeM and wife to J Maynnrd,
neii of nrK. ne'ri nwii of ttAi. and 'A
of ne'i. sue , tp 7 a. r h m 600 00
M M Crowell to Central Trust A Invent-
nient Co., interest In ne'i sea 1, tp 4
n, r w 500 00
E and H r Ellis to f A Gerber. Ml acres
WW claim W00 00
B tiildner to L C Keynird, parcel of Uad
In ne4 sec . tp 3 n. r 2 w 2000 00
1 K Hewllee to H Benson, nt sec 34, tp
7 ii. r 3 w, timber , 2000 00
J M Hill and wife to. Hchmlven, lot 4
blk :. Ksto
H.me to G F Lindifren. lot. 1. 2. S. 4. blk 1
o''jiihioj 'MLindy,'Varcei of
land iu ec 13. tp t n, r i m
sl KIler.? L f Bur?er- !4 ' neM
sec 20. and ne'i tec 2. tp 8 n. r 2 w.
OtCKR Cx to L c Bernard, of ne!
see 3, tt 3 n. r 2 w
N A Knook to J W Cook, .w' i sec 31, tt 5
n. r3w MO 00
H West and M A Wann to F A Gerbar, 20
a res In Wentclahi 1W0 00
U H to Olau I'eterson, patent. Same to
1 K Headlee, patent
Arr artistically illustrated souvenir
pamphlet, descriptive of the Pnn-Amer-icau
exposition, has reached this ollice.
The publication contains many real
works of art in addition lo a fund' of en
tertainingly written information about
the subject it so graphically describes,
and its perusal certainly gives one a
very strong desire to visit the great ex
position. CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind Yea Have Always Bought
Does It Pay to Buy Cheap?
cheap remedy for coughs and colds !
is all right, but you want something -that
will relieve-and cure the more se
vere and dangerous results of throat and
lung troubles. What shall you do? Ho
to a warmer end more regular climate 7
Yes, if possible ; if not possible for you,
then In either case take the only rem
edy that has been introduced in all civ
ilized countries with success in severe
throat and lung troubles, "Boschee't
German Syrup.' It not only heals and
stimulates the tissues to destroy the
,li.s.a I. ii, nu. i..H. .a. I...,
causes eaav exneirtorntion. olve a crrairl
K. , (I. i.rr.. r,.v ...... TO I II . ,11 n lw, , .
night's rest, and cures th patient. Try
one hottle. Kecommended manv years
bv all driietMHts in the world. Oct
lirecn's Prize Aliiinnac.
Following lit the rvKrt of trhool dis
trict No. y) (or the inontli lKiniiing
April 8 mid ending: May 3:
Number u( dityt taught ........
Nttmlier o( days Hltviidamitt, . , .
Nuinlier of iays abwrne
Numlier of timet tartly
Number of bova enrolled
Number of girls enrolled ,
i Total enrollment
j Those neither ahaent nor tardy during
. I ......!. .... .1 ..... Ti "
the mouth were: Ortcar Hunter, Thomas
Hunter. Mabel foster, Nellie Wise, Al
fred Hunter, Kosa li'spain, Albert Paw
son, Jennie Foster, Kugene D'spnin,
IVarl Salter lee, tiny Sattm lee, l.ily Rob
inson, Georgia llurbee, Arthur Hurbee,
Unite Hunter and Til lie. Jaby, Visitors,
two. Lois Witi.k, teacher.
Happy Week for the Boys.
John Dellar cordially invites every
mother or father to inspect the goods on
special tale on boys' clothes or shoes.
Beat opportunity to dress your boys
neatly for a very little money. Fair in
stances: Bova' hose, regular 15c value,
for 10c; boyo' shoes, regular $1.60 value,
for95e; bova' suits, regular 13.00 value,
fur 52.00; Wya1 wuxhlng suits, regular
,1,60 value, (or 86c: bins'
iovendiirts, worth 5Uc, (or
caps, worth GOV, for 26c.
Our stock in men's suits and spring
overcoats is complete; prices will sur
prise everyone investigating. Men's
and ladies' shoe we offer 20 percent
lexa than any other store' prices. John
Dellar, corner First and Yamhill.
ofc Final Sttthmmt.
XJtrTICK IS 11EHKHVIVKN THAT THK
l iiiidersisnwd administrator of trie taietf
Hrnj. r Neer. rtwesned. has tiled Iu theotttc of
the county clerk fr mliimbm county. Hats- o(
Oregon, his niisl report, aud ncrouiit of bis salt!
ailiniiitsl ration of said estate, ami tlmt Moudav,
Juuvthettrd. at the hour of 10a. m has been
tlxed by the roan f-a Ibe hesrinit of said report
and account, and oi ohjecthai thereto, and for
Ihexettli-meut thereof. K. R Ul II K,
Administrator of Hie estate of Hetil. r. Neer de
BssntW t II li Vw Haw Hmtnt ftetfiftt
Steamer JOSEPH KELLOGG
Leaves Portland on Twesda. Thursday and Sat
urday at 7 a. m. tor
St. Hiltii, Kalama. Carroll' $ Point Rainitr
Arriving at Portland Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday at 2 p in.
Wharf foot of Salmon H. IIOI.MAN. Agent.
JOHN A. BECK
Watches, Diamonds, Silverware,
Repairing a Specialty.
207 Morrison St. Bet. Front First. PORTLAND.
Geo. L. Perrine,
BRICK MASON AND PLASTERER
Estimates furnished on application. All
CLATSKANIK, : : OKKCOX.
T. B. WALLACE.
St. Helens Hotel
Wallace Moves, Pbops.,
Is Now Repened to the Public.
Mealt Served on Short Notice.
Beds 2j Cents, Mealt 25 Cents.
F iE D BA Rff IN CONNECTION. HORSES
TO HA Y 10 CENTS.
St. Hilr.ns, : Obbook.
Reopened tojhe Public
EUUEJiE BLAKESLEV, : Proprietor.
Board by Day, Week or Month
At Bkasohabi.k Fioubk.
Visitors met at steamer landings and
gnests baggage looked after.
THE OLD 8TAND
ST. HELENS, : . OREGON.
r r . i
ST. HELENS, - - OREGON.
If you want something good In the
line of whbky try
Only the best of
Liprs and Cmars Kept in Stock
OPEN PROM S A. M. TO
12 O'OLOOK MIDNIGHT.
&4j t'Ott rOBTliAND, DAILY.
Willamett Slough Route
Leave St. Helens. . .. 6:30 A M
Arrive at Portland. .10:30 A M
Leave Portland 2 :U0 P M
Arrive at rt. Helens. 6:00 P M
FARE SS CEf I S.
Will Carry Nnlhlnir but Passeu
iters antl Knit Kreijht.
JUnVM MOOD, ltlaiaicr.
jAr. tVaVsVAAA AAA fli jftw
NOTICi OF FINAL SKTTLiKiNT.
I II K t SDKKShl.NKlt. AM KXK00TOR or
' thowllloIJ. a. Hliiro, iiwl, has
filed Ills tnml account as such executor In lh
County Court of lha mat ul Orvs-ou for lb
eonntv of Columbia, and lln saiua has tuvn
set for henrliis and -eiili'ineut lor liiai-lay, lua
14th day of Mav, IM.ut ten o'clock. Intenuon.
Allpvrmius liaviua objection, to said awouiit
sis hmnhy maliivd lo la- prweut at said thus
nit t'lc and pressut the sain.
Ht.nitO ' HKNTON kll.MN,
Kxeuoturotlhtt will of J. a. Hinron,deosd,
Timber Uiid, Act June . !?
NOTICE rOH PUBLICATION.
Unitsd Htats I.ar ()rrn',
DitoM I'tw ilrMtf.il,. March Jlal. IUtt.
VOI'h'K HUKKMV t.lVKX THAT IN COM
. iautii won tin i.p.tvUluns of thu act of
Conxross of JuneS, IHTs, antlilwl "An act for
the sals of Umber lands In the "lutes of Califor
nia, lrt'.m, Nevada and nniiiusion terri
tory," ss extended to all the I'nlillc land Htnti-e
by ant of Ausust 4, lMU, Heujsnilu A. K. tl III
uier, of IVirllatid, eouutv of Multnomah, siule
of Oregon, has this dur tiled Iu Ibis " riles his
sworn statement No. .VI7S, for In purchase of
the southeast ol section No. an. Iu township
No. 4 north, i suite No. 0 west, alio ant oner
proof to show that the land souvlit is utoi val
uable for Its tlmiH-r or tone than for agricultur
al purposes, suit to a..tahltah bis claim to said
bind beforv lha Kesister and Herrivcr of this
oflh at Orcgoii l uv, tirciton, on MotuUy.tha
nih dv of June, lull. He names ss wlluesws:
V. B. tiarrlsou. of Cortland. Onitoii. Lout !
serf, of Winona. Oregon, W. u. Allen, of W.
noun. Oregon and Wm. Wchllne. oi Portland,
Oregon. Any aud nil per.jins claiming adverse
ly the above. decrtbcd lauds are ru,ueid to
nle tbelrclalms In this oillce on or Iwiore sabt
17th ilay of June, twit. CH Aa. B. MOOKK8,
Tluilwr Laud, Art June 1. tfiTri.
L'nlted atalca land trrli-e,
Orcaun chv, t)r March 12. tlMI.
NOTtfK la HKKIHY OlVKS THA f IN t:tM
idiance with Ibe provtsLin of Ihe act of
cuniirvs ol June S, lata, entitled "An ai t for the
sal oi limner tati.is ill the states nt taiuornia.
iin-Kon, Nevada and Wa-hhMtou Territory," a-
exiriweu to all me rubllv l.ana Males oy act ol
Aunl4 IKf.'. John W. Leavell. of Vancouver.
county of i.'tarke, state of VYasiduirtou, has till
lav Uleil in tin oitke bis sworn statement ..
.vwt, for the laindiaBe of the north ol south
west ( oi ecti..n ,o. ta. in townnii tvo. o
north, ranire No. I we-l. and will oner iroof Iu
show that the land soorIii Ik more valuable lor
xea, and to establish hl claim to said fiiiul
bclore the Htiter and Receiver id Hits otneo
at Ores.ui l in . tlreeoii. on Metluesilay. Ihe Mil
ll limner or stun than for asrieunnrai nur-
day of June, l-.ail. He nauit-s as wltnt-sscst Ahla
H. Powell. John Parker, A. Parker and Llid
L. Detrlck, of pltburg, Oreion. Any and nil
iMprvouaclalmlns adversely the atsive dvscrllie.)
lands are requested lo file their claims In this
oltte on or before said .'Hb dav of June. I SOI.
Ilililw.H till VS. H. MlHiKKS, Keauter.
Timber Land. Act June X l'".
l aiTsn 4ttss UsuOrrirr.
Onaooa tity Or , dan h I4tb, 1WI.
VTOTlK IIKBKBY t.lVKN THAI IN COST
il pllauce with the pruvlsimia of the act of
Coiinress id June .1. 1N7. enllile.1 "An act lor the
sale of timber lands In the Hlalesof t.'alllomia.
Ore rou Nevada, aud ashliutton Territory," as
eilended to all i be Public laud stale by act of
Ana-nat I, t-Wi WIHIain Klnvkade. of Oswego,
cunnlyof tiackamaa, state ut orvitoii, haaihla
day aiel in this oibev his sworn statement No
Amu, for Hi uun-haae of the NK '4 of section
No. SI. In township No 4 N, ranm No. " , and
will otfer pr,Nf to show that the laud snuchl I
more valuable for It timber or ton than for
agricultural iMtrnose. aud lo establish his
claim to said land before the Beslster aud Ka
colter of thisortleaal Oregon t'liy. Ores.m, on
Mondav, th 27th day of May. iwt. He names
as whiles.: William Wesley Allen and Ora
l. Lavender, of Vernonla, or., and KlmoreJ.
Hiissellaud J hn B. Oardner, of osweito. Or
Any and all Hirniia claiming adversely ths
above descnbe4l tamla are reituested to flie their
claims Iu this office on or la-lore said 27th day
of May. I'M. CIlAS. B. MuoltKH,
Timber Land. Act June S, 1S7H.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I'hitiii Status Ltan Orrtca,
Onkoon t'lTV. Oreinm, Man b I, Itsit.
XTOTICK la MKKKItV tilVhN THAT IS COW
ii pllani-e with the nrovtatona of the act ttf
t iuiaressot June IsTa. entitled "An act for
the sale ol timber land In lb mate of Call
toniia. OreC'in. Nevla. snd- Washington Terrl
tory," a extended lo all the Public l.and stales
by act o August 4, lvi, Edward ll.olwu, of
Portland, county of Multnomah, stata of Ore
gon, has this day filed In this office bis sworn
statement No. fU.i). for th purchase of th N K
.'4 of ta-tlon No. w, In toan.hlp No. 4 N.. range
No. 5 W, and will offer proof to show that the
land sought 1 mora valuable for It timber oi
stun than for itrleiiltural purptwc. ami to es
tabllah his claim to said land before I h Heals
tcrand llccelver of this oill.e at Oregon lily,
Oregon, on Wednesday, the Ml day of liey, Hall.
He names ss witnesses: o. il. tJtveuder and
W. W. Allen, of Vernonla, Columbia tuniitty,
Oregon, and 11. W. atavena and J. H. atavens. of
Portland, Oregon. Any and all persons otaiiulng
adversely th atMjve.descrllM.-d laml ar reitneat
l to III their claims in thl otBce on or before
sal.) ai day ol May. l'.ol.
mHml7 til AH. B. MOOKES, Ksgl.tcr
Timber land, Act June t, 17.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
UstTgn St.tf.s Lard Orrtra,
Osioon City, Oregon, March .1st. Pol.
MOTIUE Iti HKKKliV OIV'KN THAT IN COM
s pltanc with tlio orovlstoiis of the act o
CougrtM of June R. 1K7S, entitled "An act for
I he sate of timber land In the stales of Call bar
illa, Oregon, Nevwla ami Washington Terri
tory." aa a-icndcd to all Pahllc Land state by
act of August 4, l. William Wachllli. of Port
land, county of Multnomah, Mate of Oregon,
hu tills day riled in thia ollice his sworn atato.
meut No. M72, for the tiurchaaa of th north
vast of section No. si. In township No 4 north,
range No. 6 west, aud will offer pnaif to show
that the land sought I more valuable for lis
tlmtiar or stone than for agricultural purtsMe,
and lo establish his claim to said land befora
the B-gtsier and Kecelver of tins office at Ore
gon City, Oregon, on Monday, the 17th day of
June, lyut. He names a witnesses: C B. Oar.
rlson and Ben). A. K. Milliner, ol Portland, Ore
goti, and Limls tfiegert aud W. W. Allen, of Wi
nona, Oregon. Any and all persons elaimtng
adversely the above-described lands are reo.uest'
ed to Hie their claims In this office on or bufore
sold 17th day of June, ltxn.
ma17 LH AH. B. MOOBKrf. Register.
SUKH0NS BY PUBLICATION.
In the Circuit Court of Ihe Slate of OreifOD, for
Keinbold ltelcbardt, I'lal nil IT, f
AdeILt Brotheraand Waller; UMMONa.
Brothers, Pefcndaflta. )
To Adeltda Brother and Waiter Brothers, the
IN TUB NAMK OP THE MTATK Of OHKtlOS :
You and each of you are hereby reoulred to
appear and answer the complaint filed against
you In th above-entitled cause, on or before
May 10th, hibl, which dale is six weeks after
March A, llsil, lb dale of the Aral publica
tion of this HUrnmnne, and If you fall to so np
liearaml answer, for want thereof the plaintiff
will abnly to th Court for th relief oravetl for
and nemauiliyl In the complaint llld against
you herein, Ui-wll: Will take Judgment against
you anu eacn oi yon tor in sum oi nio.ou, to
gether with Interest thereon from the. oth day
ol June, 1, at the rale of ten per cent per an
num until paid; for the further sum of I75 0D at
torney's fee herein, for his coat and dlsbarsc
menu of this suit, and for a decree foreclosing
plaintiff1 mortgage In th manner provided by
law, and for audi other and further relief aa to
Ihe Court may seem Just and eoultablo. This
summons is published by order of Tbos. A. Mu
Brlde. Judge of the above untitled Court, made
find dated March ailh, luui.
OKAHAM 4 CLKETON,
m'JOtnlO Attorney for Plaintiff.
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION.
In the Circuit Court of Ihe Htats of Oregon, for
Mary T. William, PlalntliT,
Wtl,r.l Wll l.l.aa. Dcfeinlant.
To William William, the alawe named defend
ant: IN THK NA ME OP THK STATE Or OKBflON:
You are hereby aHininoneil and rcouirel to
aprwaraml answer the eoinj4nlnt flleil aitalnst
you on the 12th lny of March, MM. In the alwve-
entitled suit In the above named court, on or
before the loth day of May. A. u. 11U1, which Is
the time prescribed In the order of tmbllcatlon
'herein of the aurnrnona for you to so appear
and answer, and If voa fall to ao sppcar and
anawer the said complaint within said lime, the
plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief
demanded hi the said complaint, to-wit: for a
! decree of the aald Court, dissolving the bonds
j of matrimony now and heretofore exlailnir be
1 tween you and tbeaaid plaintiff, on theitniiinds
, of the desertion for more than one year I in
inedlntely be faro the commencement ol this
1 suit by you, William William, of the pbilntlfl,
Man- T. Williams, and on the itroitnda of ball
' llual iirosa drunkenness for morn than one
year, and for the care, custody and control of
the two children, the Issue of such marrlaKe,
1 and for such other relief In the premises as lo
Ihe Conrt may seem rleht snd just. This aiim
. mons I published iu Tiia,OHSoo Mist for a
period of el wcek,j.ur,ant to au order made
tiv Ihe Hon. J. II. D.ihii, Jiclae of the County
Court of aald Coluinbta eonntv, Oregon, dated
tUt' !:! day of March. A. I. Itail, In the ab
sence tit ludae of uld t.'lrcult Court from suid
countHol Columbia. The date of the llrst pub.
'slid the liiat publication I or will la? May lOthi
'iiciiiinn n oils summons is oiarcn a. jl. lsil
A. I) l:ll
a. If. HKCHI K
Attorney for I'lulntlrf
Reaben Xewa Notes.
John Llntlatiy, J. Iluilms and Thus.
Peoples ware attending to business af
fairs In Portland Friday.
Robert Livingstone, after siHindliig
two months on hit ranch near Van
couver, has returned to his uld position
on thu railroad section here.
('has. Kratskit) mid wife visited Km
C. C. Clark and T. J. Colvln wera
IMtstengers on the Rullogg Monday for
Oeorge Clark atunnled to business
ail'alis III Uainler Monday.
II. M. Fowler, Victor Furrer and M.
Colvln were iinvsciignri on tho Kuliogg
for Portland Monday.
V. A. Hampton and wife were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Colvln
Thot. Peoples moved bit family In
from Heaver valley Monday. They will
occupy the Wm. Miller homo.
John ISurlate is putting the finishing
touches on his house in West Hciihen
this week, Harry Ilrouae, of lUinler,
it doing ihe work.
J. A. humtrsoii, of the Kainler
creamery, was In town Monday,
Mrs. Hophla King, oiguiilncr of tho
Women of Woodcraft, organlisad a lodge
last week in thia place. . The charter
will be left open until her return from
LaCamaa, Wash. ' ..
R. R. Foster passed' through town on
the A. A C. trnin en route to llwitco. -
R. W. Foster wat a Uoble vlaitor Sun
day. Mr. Richard Taylor has returned to
(roble, after a short stay In Aberdeen.
The Mlsset Lwia, Monk and Welle
were passengers on ilia A. A C. train for
Portland, Friday evening.
He ware or a Cough. - "
A cough it not a disease but symp
tom. Oousumption and bronchitis,
which are the most dangerous and fatal
ditesses, have for their first indication
a persistent cough, and if proarly
treated as soon a this cough appears
are easily cured. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy has proven wonderfully suc
cessful, and gin ued Its wide reputation
and extensive sate by its succeas in cur
ing the diseases which cause coughing.
If it It not Itttueficial It will not cost you
een t. For salt at the Kt. Helens Phar
The Royal Art Academy of New York
it said to contain a "spirited picture of
Lord Dundonald's rush into Lady
smith." We know of sundry people
who have a life tlze photograph of
"Lord Uulier's rush into Pretoria," hut
the photograph is where the rush was
in somebody's uiind.
Mist Florence- Newman, who hat been
great tutferer from muscular rheuma
tism, says Chamberlain't Pain Italm is
the only remedy that attordit her relief,
Miss .Newman it a much respected real
dent of the village of Ciray, N. V., aud
makes this statement for the benefit of
others similarly nillictcd. This liniment
it (or sale at the M. Helens Pharmacy.
The lUnd You I Lave Always
In use for over 30 ytr,
(J sj&Jff-f'-fo, aonal
All Counterfeits, Imitation and JuBtwM-trood'' are but
Experiments that trifle with and ei.diinirr the health of
LufuuU and Children I-Jiprle nee agalniit Kxperbnent
What is CASTORIA
Oaatorlis In a hnrmleM aubstltute for Cantor Oil Pare
goric, Drops and Soothlngr Hyrupa. It is llnnumt, It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotto
subNtance. Its age Is Its guarantee. It destroys WoraiS
and allays Fcverialincas. It cures Diarrhoua and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It attrdinllates the Food, rigulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The KM You Me Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMC MMTAWIt Majr, fV IfunMAV mtmnWt, MMf VMM tllTV.
WW 1 at .a
t4 RK Yi
YOIT Kt'llF. It
record and ahuw
niiea. ii you cnniemtuaie biiyins land or losiiinw money oil real
.late ecurltv, take no man's word, but lnlst upon kuowlnt what
thn record shows raitirdiug the title. An Abstract la a essential aa
sdee.1. Insist on harlut It. W have lite only t of ahttuct
bonk In the cimiily. All work proniptlyeieculod and satlafncllon
Kuarsiitead. If ymi have proiern- to Insure lve usa call We
Kent for Ihe best lire Insurance companies In In world. 11 eu
hare projwrty for ssle list It with us and we will find a buyer.
. . QUICK & CO.
1 THE NEW YORK STORE I
IS OFFERING GREAT BARGAINS IN
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Etc. : J
(Sooner Unilding, Main Street, St. Helens, Oregon- ' i
II. H, Mason has gono to Catlin to
Assessor whlto ptiaaed through tiiit
mxtiiin Tuusihiy on his annual run ml of
Our school is progressing well it l
the itMrvlslini of MiatOlivt Hie, u,,
Hlteiiilniice Iwing much butler tlinn uiis
(), L. Taibcll'liits the building rttnly
for a sepitiator which Is expected to ar
rive in a few days.
Mr. RuuVrl, of Mount Plensifnt, Mich
Igati, is visiting for a while with 0J
fiieiuls hare, with view to locating.
The parents of Mr. J, Woodward gf
rlvud from Michigan on the N. 1. tralti
Saturday. Mr. Wootlward is a U. A. H,
veteran. Tha trip wat a peetilliirly' tal
tllnti tine, from the (act that lie it en
tirely blind,! but both tha old iwipi,
teem to la) In food spirits,
Mr. Abraham Crouse and sons have
begun building a ctinip, prKimralorv to
cutting th tlmbor on Ihe Whim lot
near O. C. Pargnr't, recently purchased
by t)eorgo Perry.
Yet, August Flower still has tits
litrgeat sule ol any niedictim In the cly
iliied world. Your inntliers' and grand
midliera' never thought ol using spy.
thing else lor indigeatiull or biliousness,
doctors' were senn-e, and they seldom
heard of apitfmlltitU, nervous prostra
tion or heart failure, etc. They used
August r lower to clean out the system
and stop fermentation of undigested
f.xd, regulato the action of the liver,
stimulate the nervous and organic action
of the. avalem, and that Is all thev took
when feeling doll nnd bad wlth'hestt
aches and other aches. You only need
a lew diunw oi (trewn't A"gut Flower,
in liquid form, to make you aattsllcd
there la nothing serious tha maltnr with
you. tie! Ureeu's Prlr.8 Almanac.
BswrstBs yy I la .tfaf tot HlH Iwtii gorl
Milch cows. Also No. 9I Uvel
oream seariitor. Address or call tut
- VIIAS. MKHMILL,
ni3-S4 Deer Island, Or.
"It is with a good deal of pleasure tn4
satisfaction that I recommend Chamber
lain't Colic, Cholera and IHarrhne
Remedy," says Hrugglat A. W, Hawtellr.
of Hartford, Conn. "A lady cualoiner,
seeing tho remedy reposed for sale ou
my show case, said to me: 'I really be
lieve' that medicine saved my life th
past summer while at the shore,' and
she tsH-ame an enthusiastic over Its
merits thai I at once made np my Uiiod
to recommend It in ths future. Re
cently a gentleman came into my shirt
so overcome wim roue pains mat lis
sank at once Pi the fiiar. I gave him
done of this remedy which helped hiin.
I rH-atea the dots and In tifu-en niitt
utet he left uiv atore smilingly inform
ing his I hat ha felt as well as ever.
Hold at the Hi. Helens Pharmacy.
Bought and which ha bea
baa borne the alirnatnre of
baa bei made under his per-
aupcrvitilon tlnce Its InfUncy.
Alloiarrsi nna tLr.s1sin.tlv. vna 1st ttiilgt.
a. a . (V
Your I itier
la all rfuhl. tt.m.n.k. k.l I, 1. Ilia
SOVerns. It I our business to saareb lb
what ll,e m.ii.i. i .iBiin . Umi
ST. HELiNI. 0REB0H