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Entered at the rostoffioe nt St. Helens, 1 Oregon, p second-class mail matter. i ISSUKU Kvkry Fripav Bv K II. FLAGG. HniTOft A,D I'ROl'BIRTOR. One copy, one yxar, in advance , . .ft 00 Six months. .'. fit) l,cgAl notice 25 cent per line. FRJEAV, ' - SICIrRM,BER 0. MERELY A COINCIDENCE. Ow fellow-townniiar., Kiiii. 1Y. D. Pillard, who it one of "the IVmocratic nominees for tho office ot presidential elector, was tlio firinctpnl speaker nt a recent IVmocratic gathering yi ,thf ity o( Portland, mid, 'judging by flie eccounU' in tlio daily press, lie de livered an excellent Rddres from bis taiiy alAiliipoliU; ad Vo'n 'the hearty plaudits of bii tadicm-e, ail o( which lie ii full v capable cf doing. We believe IKKIU VTION FOR i.OOD UEsULT?. TMKCIMPAIWS M ATHEM ITICUX Irrigation I. the routing factor to help oul the filmier, or fruit grower. Water and sunshine are the two essentials for the production uf good crops. It Is un wise to longer depend upon the freaks of fickle climnte and futile attempts to foretell t!'.s weather, for one pood, eonking rain lour week' ego would have .Mr. Dillard is a gold standard lVuio 'tcrat, end hie party is to bccouratulatiHl j practicable, which is generally the case, for this reason upon the fuel that he is j a Urge river or body of water is not one of its standard bearers.. 'He $rob-l too fer way to be utilised, great' reser docs not expect to be elected, but , voire are eiectcd, dams constructed, and " we euppoee he will receive all the IVmo-1 canals dug in which to convey the s cratic votes of the State, and if bis .ter onto this present sago U-iuh tml neighbors in Columbia County s'e fit to I worthless land. Sixteen years ago the give hi in a good- coaUr.:entnry vote without regard to party lines no great country did not produce revenue enough barm will be done. j to pay the salary of a station agent on So far as we can understand from the . the Northern riwitie mt.roa.l, private 'jpgess reports Mr. Pillard's theory seems capital was enlisted, and after huge to be that the Republicans are not n-1 canal was dug, tire Columbia river was titled to any credit for the good times , tupped. Tre?to change The writer lisiLaye prevailed end exist today in ! was in thai sty ilea of couutry again two years ago, and what did bo behold Why hop raisers were hipping balis upon bales of hops. Crch.irdi;ts were greater proportion U.an is usual during presidential campaigns, for (he reasou that the policies of that party conld not produce good crops nor good farm products. Jt is,an axiom that they j prss cars of peaches, apricots and to- could not produce good crop, but as to . matoee, and this once worthless strip of good prices that is by no means so cer-1 land now furnishes the fruit that gra- tain. Two things regulate prices eup-ices the table cf tho Spokane hanker or ply and dcraivad-- t. w. mi sr. He tin ttotiitn his pu.levl celt wl: h mail 1 lliM.ni Ul 111. tHIf. A pencil clntehixt In his nortout hnt and his fv Iirow all Ur i ;' Ho cal trt mins on a lltterot ibol ami iiioii iw ia ny M. Itair. , Team up thu iliret vllh hollow sigh ami a auirr ei aiaiair. And w.'i bo sir wan hit pencil there ami ti'vurlalitv.rinlin.. iJebieWii more naur. on a hoot and cu.ts htm HI! mom itioi. been tho salvation of the potato end ' Whl1' Jii-'iwri.h Mows triu hi irvtil lira we .. . . .: . cmuwi tMktL'rittaml, AmllioaiU inert lu lilt nudiioit cell, Willi a pouctl lu hit BMIKI. "Now th." h mullet. "ar niro to go tor our honored carollitHtr.. The will t.. I'r iliotHlmr aid and tkene i the .lounllol iini; We'll M'l ilia eicurwt ilowu rljiil here, til eot- - umim Hide by t.id. Sinbirm'i in low) from whm wtiieel and Ui thine in vert tied; Nexludd Nsr Yoik with Ihlrly liiur; mbtrtcl llurUHMI I'om Ihrve. And mullily by UUuoK-that uiie It pUlu, von hhi: J)utrutll ue add or mullld IKw York by l.t.Mo To get Mk- Ij of Hit total vole that t c.-it dy llesittt" 'Lei's add New York to Illinois, divide hjp TeuueMH, I bv Ihrtie . ' To flu. I ','( ...to ucj loH,ilin cubelho meMaaiMt, Kxttaci la.- wure root of Unijll mid arc tlie .livldt'iid. Which ittvcn u ix m! irUjr without a deubl- (III Mt.'. 'i And will elect, without doubt, our honor?.! ii.IhUIv, For thrve iiiiif, three are surelv ulne, and live in.in otne tettw t.tur, We'll tewp the Uud Irom I'auema lo the itwst of Laor.ior. Aiiul AUt! lie wu ouce like ;o jd me. but m'V him nog . The tuiitul eye of the mnluJ tnd Iho md- limn (,'Vortxl lirv.w! And :1 d iy loii be inciifm Ihore with eiietl ill hi hud, , , While jibU ri'h tl.ws from hit peched llwwe caumit iili-len.lMtiit. He flroros up aie iloutnfiit ttntet end he nets Ihom al one Uie. suhtraat Uie lotnt Mom lotncttiitiiT vbe end the i veri.1,vl. He dii New koik to Teunevs, dlridee by lUho, And iiu.li the total voto they'll cm! In the wild oi tiuritfo! f ther roct crops in Columbia and ad joining cmint es. What Is wanted Is stability and certainty. This govern ment never did a wiser thing than when jt eel n;':;rt tna (ones received from Jhe sale of pulilfb rarids to be useil for irriga ting the arid lands of tho great Wet, Tlie fact that the government has the matter in hand and under control i; what gives this irrigation question tone and has the confidence of the general public. No work on an one section of country will bo undertaken until all the minor details atlertiug this certain local. tv to bo U'tielitted or ivclaiiued has been ascertained. When found land around Pasco and in the Yakima TWO OF OUR PIONEER DEAD. nr 3 -I I ,'1 ";'rsX JOHN CAMI'IiKM. I-I.IZAltin'H Mi'NANtK sud demand is just V -importaut a factor as supplv. Those who remember the second election of II r. Cleveland, accompanied as it was It?" the IVmocratic control in both branches of congress, do not need to fw told that the four years follow ing were years of distress And eufenng lor t.:e State of Oreoa arul WteerT' iliite in the Union. The Uetuoeratic . idea of 'tariff fetorm wag enacted into law. and, as a coincidence, ru:r. Ml cpon thou sands, the value departed from property, money took to hiding, and men were unemployed. Unemployed men do not eat as much as employed men, and those who earn small wages do not consume 'as luurti iof either food or clothing as do those iho receive liberal pa v. The con- mechanic. and has for its products such markets as P.ntte, Helena, Anacondi, mining districts, and Billing, Miles City, great centers for the cattle indus try, in f ijit Montana. All this fine fruit, packed in teat boxes and crates' liear the imprint of this prod'icttve' Yakima country, Eastern Washington. Irtlr tree lr.nds are exhausted and this is why thousands and thousands of peo- ASOXU THE LOlitHNM CAMPS, Agltaliou of an Association of Loggers Has Strengthened the Price or Logs and Relieved a Serl oiii Sitaatien, While tho loggers operating along the lower Columbia did not effect Hie oigan ization of an assotintioji, the agitation has relieved the situation in some 10- spect and the conditions in others aie iu a futr way to adjust themselves. A committee appointed at the first meet ing of the loggers recommended a new wage scale similar to the one in exist- Hof-Brcads Light and Sweet are made with MAIL pie are loosing ana waning lor a notue encc on the Sound, and when the ramps in niece nrut sections wncii once inev bKsom end bring forth fruit. The government will, as" we nnC'i stand the law, only chErge the settler ?or the cost of getting water onto the many thou sands of acres of land so reclaimed. This is why we so urgently advocate the placing of an exhibit of Columbia traction of the curreucy was followed by j County products at the 1005 Lewis & a sharp contraction in the expense of ' Clark Exposition. Thousands cf home ii-'WiS, and the farmer found that the"! seekers 'are coming West uiu?l leave home market of 70,000,000 people could the fllM an acre East to tind a home for get along with about one third less of the sons just 21 and over as the father bis p ix duct than it had been consuming, did years ago. And where can the new course this was only a coincidence, j comer find a f:etter country, having all ana tliose who were Democrats because t;ey were Democrats tightened their "by.ia and swore that the tariff had tattling w hatever to do w ith it, although w hen they deemed prices too high they were equally insistent that the robber tariff was responsible for the whole trouble.' the advantages of climate, timber, wa ter, facilities, churches, society and -cLivils than we posse? This exhibit Would speak for itself what we 'raise and can produce just like tho great Yakima country. Hut we must all work together and win our portion of the home-seekers, as other sections of the state will work. He need. njt tie named itf f'liltlmht-i 1'iinntrai m wl.ul Four years passed by and a sufficient ' she can produce and has within her hum tier of the people to suinj the balance decided that they would ajain ibtrust power to the Republican party. Mr. McKinley, the archproteclionlst, was elected, with a Republican Congres, and at once the countrv 1-orciM-s. This it the first vear old Col ulnbla went dry, and for this you can blame or credit the local ,ptiomit5. The Eoreburg P!aindealer reports a Josf-nhirfe fYir.prv min n-Ln In, an r.r- ' was given the j chard of ten acres of annles that vields assumoce oi at least lour years oi a him a :)i 0f rotective tariff. Again the mills began wi mcney each year; in the FORMl'LA POK WHITEWASH, Following is Uieforcaia used bv the ! "vee. inter he takes out all kinds of sold bum, capital came forth from Its beneath his orchard, and when begets hiding, and employment was general, enough apples tind gold, heamu-es bim Onlya coincidence again, but in such eelf with catching salmon from a stream Striking contrast to the one of the four with which he irrigates his orchard and years previous that ordinary men have washes his gold, lireat country, this, con o to believe that it is caure and alreei that L'eEOcracy means adversity and Iiepnblicamstc means pros-verity, and even Mr. Dillard's eloqiiente wil not be aliie to persuade tUem to the co.tiary. ' T H 1? &TE A K f? ti? I Jr. There are three prominent candidates for the office of Speaker of the House of Representatives Kay, of Marion, 15ai ley, of Multnomah, and Vawter, of Med ford. If the best interests of the State Are to be consulted it would seem to us that the choice should fall upon Mr. "Tawtet. Marion and Multnomah each have power enough in the House to look alto their own interests, while the choice of a speaker from one of the smaller counties would be more apt to place the important committees in the hands of those who would cee tht started up after the Fourth of July va cation, the-s was a general reduction of wages In u small way. The reduction did not exceed 25 to 60 cents per day to the man 'and n uniform w age scale w as established by tho camps geucally. ltj begins to look as thongh first-class logs would bting w better price. man who is familiar with the situation jeays that the rWnson Logging and Lum bering Company has notified the saw mill to w hich it is supplying logs that it would demand an advance of 50 cents per thousand when the three rafts now being made are completed. II. L. Col- vin, w ho has been receiving 7 per thou- i sand for his logs, was notified that the jiUuibernien cuh pay only Q,50 in the i future. When i: was learned that Mr. Colviu was to furnish logs at the old price to another mill he was notified that the former price still ruled. Mr. Colvin's logs are good quality, yellow fir, w hich accounts for their being in' sui-h popular demand. ' The production of logi has been cut down fj.im various' cawes. The prices were low, causing some of the camps to reJuce their out- put ; others closed down on recount of danger from forsxt (ires, amf somn to 'I make ;:eedcd improvements. The Col umbia Timber Couipat,y, whih ir ope rating back of (ioble, and putting in 75,- BAKING . POWDER Absolutely Pura AntWtfyspeptici may ba eaten without Inconvenience even by person with delicate dlqestlon emt euuae oeee oo., eew vou DEER ISLAND NOTES Mrs. J. (. Pringlf was called to Mist on August 20th to the bedside of her mother, Mrs. K. A. Davis, who died the . . i a following morning, at tKK. tn. A timtier-T , - .... ...... i uve-xnoaiu u'rni oi scnixii win cum hereon Friday. Miss Ovcrboltcr, the instructor, has lieen verv successful with the school and will take up an eight months school at Heavcrton, lre. S'c hope to have her among us soon again. Mr. and Mrs. I'alen and children and Mrs. C. L. Smith 'Law cone to the hop fields near Salem and wili-hr gone ittmt three weeks. J. A. Holadav, Sli-ts Ora Overludticr and J. O. Pringle were Portland viitors last week. Mr. L. It. Olcason went to Portland Thursday of hist week to I under medi cal treatment at St. Vincent's hospital. MissTri'im Gore was severely bruised, hut not dangerously, iu a runaway, Sat urday evening. She Iwd alighted and 1 was standing between the wheels t.ikirir I out her parcels when the hurs; Ik.r6iti A RAILKOAD COMPANY. DAILY. RKltlDUWN 4 vrtiioM 1 wi in .d n .-w s .VI n B t 1 7 HI (XI 10 On IU -V 10 3D 31 Ml I .0 es :iu I l ' A VI. i ) NVS v mil II) IW (U t : Ul ID Ml! 10 .'I II J i lo m n ) I ID ,V? Ml ( 1, 01 .1 I II 1 t 1 li m v IX ,u. w. DAILY. 33 I r PenUiid Aril lu ... 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ArrU MU t K.AN.ioi bol Rit'l ttl ini Afctl htntinrt T J litir ig nuil (ram liwitcu u.t Ninth Hf-'Ml't) IK'IRSH. ruw.-itKcr4 rr Atrt or wnr p(nu mtul Itng liudio m IfuuUoti trui will iiii tn Ui Ht- Urn t'wi. Ai.. Aiurt. Or ATTORNKY-AT-LAW. DURING Till? SUMMER MONTHS ONLY. FARNSW0RT1I-HERALD TAILORING CO., 2-W Washington S(rt'ft, Now Failing HitlhUnp:, S portl. yisiTD, opHzaoixr ST. NOTICE FOB PVBUCXTty. !lirtfneni f ttt Inlrrtnr, ivwi t im.iv 1 Ofrtfuh i iiv, Oi;oti Au:tl 1.. il VOTlrK ! HfRKflY UWt.S 1 U A 1 1 UK 1 lotldU illc ItJUtf't M'ttit-r inl Iti'Httf inf lit httctitu'ii tt itmif (itial J r ( in htit''i't f till rlttltu. at-.tl I hut jt j.rthl will Is? ii.u-tt In tli r.t mlrr mm I iiwritef, nt OrrR n t, (lrt'iC"U. (tti iH'-t'(. r 7, vi W It.l.lh .Mi t LVK1S: lUtrr rmtt i-t Kuirv V. u:v.(.r a.tr Ntrihu'it rimirrrr ol .'vi.du T,iKji'l.i i Nt-nit, C-U't immm ihr full .l:ist !tntt ft t uid Inn i. .i trvt-ut. "I ;:H,h. i r. ; iitvir t wllttti. of Ymihtati. ittv At.KKNON . LUt-V-iK!!. Itl(fc". In tho rtrrtilt '" "irl n( ut$ of M?vgia, fur Juhn in, i !iut,;, m. I ICuuiwn, I'-lCl"lllt. - To IUiitv -n.fCi, tVf?ni??vitl. IN THK N b or fllK r I . IK r OIUHIOV. 1 nr herty rv ihed lo pr Rit wrr Div ciiu;MnHi( -u l (hp a HvvpiilttltM uU t-ilof !.(. ftf tlrv Aid rim nt ; l-tlM'r, i"4i. iii,u tiring tittf (Uy ft .r. in inr or tcr tI ih (.ourt t',t Mm i-1 a,M-r !)'! tntr, utt 1 Irtorw ttiau nix nw k tunn iiit utt liutntt jtlut of Oltfl (iriiiiii(. mwt U o Ut . to w-'.oar riuI mikuvr. trv ;nm!!T 'tl lo ih l:mil I -IT Ihv ri;it f f). 11. -in mi 'hi- r-.Mii jilnijil, Thut th t'itlWr tt mlj :nifu mcl twrr-.l l 1C thW!H 1 til i k' li)!lU.U f lh Llllolrlim Jkt.HJllV t lltoir fu-.l r.-.l i.i.r...r( 1.. 'I 1. .. tl Whitened r'l (Iraififctl'hcr uijout KM) ltif f thr ii(hu' .ii.i(Vr nl vt.t.., yards be(rrc the animal ioulillc stuptwrl. P '"v-"". " tii :i hmii,. hi tttrt-ntH ovi-r Sutiinlav (inrl itirft:v "L.amcil Mfflli.ui. 111 lh roinity 1 , , 1 t , . f ,Ti inM4. Stal if Ktvc-n; nwl that hu IMU vevr Islaml nasa ww LifICt. ' Don t ' 'htvio 1 inui-i; ttmi iwi f.iruv.r Ur mention it, though. j r"J lr"m i4 ii tim. t-vtut. mi .. . ... die, and a son ri'lmz for life ... .v,...,.s "i : get ur, KiHK cw line ui b lumg railway, a lew raii)ifl of this capacity closing down toon re- dints the ovMroduution- with rh "om aithiiw; hut this wonderful A Uoj Vh n rift Hide For Mf. With family arourid eicrctina litm to in inilc. to iSvw Incovery for con sumption, cough and coUH, W. II, luterrot h!t-v?r Iri nr to it'. or Aiiv j'Mil UM-t.f, ri.iv.ifn.' .. i-intinnt, tn-tv plftlnilif rwitir p h: niii.it.iir-ni.-i(: H. frh HM Urrvii, Hii.fthwt l,r t. kmcu u tUfltmr reUvt l titr tourt nmv ; I'hU imnirnni y xhlhhiA lu "The fttvgnn MUi" twr .'fth wee lor i im citiv wr-s.I 'i iA-cviiic, 1 no., enourco (icuin 9 f '-"umy 01 oiiimni4. ttiiv.t Auyiui ;, A i, :n i'"t.-s from antliiiw; hut this wonderful I,"111"" r' i-uwntMi ..;,, Aurw. ln mi.t"! : t: t 1 1 w I'Uimcn'.i'ju, wiu'Kr 7. !fi I"'-' 17 in me runffl h m. If.. I irst grade logs are in active in- ; soundly flEN'5 AND BOYS' New Fall Clothing: Men's Suits $lb.op Uqiial tn SI'tTS nt f 15.10 HI OTHKK STORKS. NiceLineBoislis$2.50to$5 Men's New Hats, Shots, Shirts, Underwear, Six, (J loves, etc. kifiht IVitcs at . . WELC 221-2 23MOR.HSO.-J ST. PORTLAND. The AMERICAH 9 CLOTHIER, COR. FIRST., OREGON Mist and Oregonian Uutterl Ctafe eoveriiiuent wlien ap&.'v- ing wliitewasli to public building in Washington and elsewhere. We advise ccr city arinera to cat this out and paste it in i;:c:r imts, when anted. ntiiio; etibancti tlie p. open ranee so rntich on a farm lie to see the femes trees, and out buildings drescl in a Sunday gotj-to-meet in j extttrnal I dhow, to Buy until-i in? of enhancing the keeping qualities j of the property. " "lake one-half bushel ol unslaked ! lime, slake it w ith bdlirng v:ater, cover j during the process to keen in ettaiu, I strain the liquid through a line sieve or i strainer and' add lo it a peck of salt previously dissolved in warm water,! three' pounds of rice boiled to a thin I and, and it is believed that urices viil advance for this class of linrs. writes: "I every uiglit." Like and now nlcep marvelous CLATSKAKIE CORRESPONDENCE John Koljerstun was doing business in St. Helens on Tuesday, and while there went before Judge Hattan and was made a full-fledged citizen of the luited States. It is estimated that there were about KJtJiJ persons from various parts of the ' county attending the haw hull touma- i.ient at this place on the 'M, :d and -Ith ' ct this month. I Commissioner Casper Lib;l, cf the N'e- halcm, passed through the city 'en muff mms of ennvjmption, pneumonia, bron chitis, roughs, colds and la irip prove its matchless merit for all thrtal and lung troubles. Guaranteed IkiUIcs W and l.00. Trial lyittles free nt St. Hel ens Pharmacy. HOULTON NOJEt, Mrs. N. A. I'crry visited with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Watts, of Scappoose, last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Chas. I). Little tetuiiUid tu i&ul ton last Saturday after a short stav in and around lkker City. Mr. and Mrs. W.V.. nelfor l returned a thin to St. Helens Tuewlav to attend a session ( llou'e S-unrtay evening- from Seaside, An;-.Wcir tr .u I J'ii ml IV. II. Pfitt Ki t.. Alluiiicv I'-t I'laiiiuir. CITATION. paste and ftirred in while hot, half a of the County Court.' poui.i of hpan.sl, whiting and oriel Aqlliet we?Winff took pUce nt the rt,;. Z"l".f v by ! d-" "f Ir' S- C. Tichenor on Suuda. o.... .,i...t5,.,is ev;n)mr. The contracting a larger one (illtil with water gallons of i.o'. .ater to justice wag done to all section of the State. In' Marion county Mr. Graham ov,er th! tl,e,?ire.i" " ema" Pot hu" in M- j opposed to Mr. Kay's ambitions and v"'iTlfcW H.-molilcr i.l 1r o..,l M.- K will probably vote for the Multnomah J well and hf it rtandV ra? cov'ered i UZ.'7:Jl. ""'. of' irom dust or dirt. It should he applied mnv was tr formed , n,l Vr r T a iwrtahle fun ace. A pint of the mix-'shoes, toot t1. inm f,., i ... visit the Ijuiiiaija Purchase Exiiosition t'ounty man, choosing for his own re gard the chairmanship o? t' e Ways and Slflan's Comuiiti.ce, i. v.-j Jaqring to Marion and Multnoii.iih'Coiinties abso Ijito control xif the pursestrings of the State. Mr. Vawter, elected, as he must l.e if successful, by a combination of the erbcrs from the outside counties, would lie in t fie beet position to do jus tice to all sections and ail interests, iji addition to this Mr. Vawter is better entitled to the honor than cither of his opponents. 'Neither Mr. Kay zinr Mr. Ihuloy has ever done any noiiibfe Wort for the Republican party in Multnomah cr Marion Counties, while .Vawter due of the beet known, hardworking earnest Republicans of Southern Ore gon, lie is a man of thd strongest character able, straightforward and honett, and he would do as much iure, 11 properly appiieii, will covers wjuare yard, and will be almost as MTVlrfH III, itiV a-rwifl Kir-VIr r,f ..... ur.,l is much cheaper than this -i heapvst of paint." ' THE SEASON ABOUT OVER. where tht y have leen visitinif with Mr. I and Mrs. Uavid llenshaw, jr., at Hcm j stock Hill cottage. s- r- o t- -. . .1 , f v.. a. MiIiiiztvii. in vihl' ma resi. 1-rr,-st r'redh.'k,ii and Miss Alberta ! denCf' a ''ew coat "hile I1'"1- The Artisans meet regularly at this place after a two- months' vacation. We are informed that Mr. J I-;. Dailcy starts for the St. Ijuis fair toon and that he will also visit his old home in Illinois before returning. Mrs. I). Hcnshaw visited Portland Monday and Tuesday. Ifoulton's public school opened Tucs ! day morning with Miis Ruby A, Jackson as principal, ana Miss l.eou Lowe as' ant make a tour of the United States. I'i'c!" John Wilson, of Nehalem, and Uncle Sam O.iham, of Marshlaud, at tended the base ball games here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher, of California, who' weeks, left for their borne Tuevlay. Mr. The cascara bark.ason is about over, though some are still peeling in the. ! Coast counties. The price this year lias ! liC'i-n ft artil writx 1 nil 'vi.o ! 17 cents which proved a irreat atimtilui I v"rahty impressed with . the climate, Vi the fiiscarfi ,rit ,.r-lu im.inf... 1 country, etc. There was dittribnted in the cascara! We overheard one of the Chitskanic growing dietii;.t for tiie last vear an- i teams say Sunday evening, after the I proximately '.'M,im. Claike, Cowlitz! -'''" had ten bt-aten by the Rainier anu iA-wia counties, Washington, were '.n. , . I""1"" year. wur r.uouc scnroi suirtea up iiioii;?ii uie price Jiaa oeen only one- mormng (LalKir Iay) with a full uiiru uinui ;hbi year, rue inuuslry Has i ot ttachers and a good Attendance of been the means of the distribution of ! scholar. as considerable money this year, livery t. ,i Wiii t,..;j the7rJ 'nV I', i ""ended the ball iof Ui.vlr. iM. nf,lu, l,o(.. m.i. ween aim yisiicu inenuc work of peeling begins. In this way all ,,,..,., ... ... .. the ttees from two to three ichen in ! Mr: R' "' W h,Ut ef'!or oi lhe Rainier - di!iiiir-t-'ii.trt tho lnrai ..u u, ,i;l Cazette, was seen walkimr uooneofthe country declare that it will bo impossi- posed of. Only the vwy voung trees ' PI,111Pa streets iu the--eity last Sunday primary teacher. In the "miner I'otirt of th Slnlc of Ori-con. tnr I'ilii:ntil4 I'wnnlv, lu ih waiter ufihc rtti .( !..,!.(. AUlvWn lri-al . In Antoiil Al.trlwn i.raRVinler, Msrtu Al.lt bn it 1 111 .1 11 . Ai.il,h ;,ii uii.l !..,; ullirr hnlr. .if lh sikivo nniiir, U,aiw Allu tn-n. itiiknnwn ami ri.,rir.-i.i..r.i . JN THK NA.MK UK 111 KM A I K OFoHKimN I ml anil em:', ul you r lini t.y enminaml i"l lo lie ami appisir U lnr itii- l,..u, K s Hal lull. Ju.lBi- l ihv I ontif y 1 -owl i.l ll,.M,, "n-Kiin (cr t;niii)ilii i nmur, in ihr court rtxno ol lha e.iurt h'.ii.v In ,r i tlf til Nl ll. lnv.. lr'i.n. at tell o'elovk III Ihn ("rnii'inn on Hi.' -irdd.r ol (. inlier, A. I. Itsil. an. hw rnu.a. If anr rii.l. why ail onlnr ol rata .hi.ohl um t. inaile by taul l inirt aiilluirlliiii, itfl.Tln ami IlreplInK Kram AI.Wiii. n Admltiiuraior o llifl imlu iMtiile, o .ell nt (, iliIKi anriimi ,,r prl yaio lr, In tin manner nrovllil l.y law, i oe fultnwlntf "eM-rHici! real ijr,,rtrrtv l.lni.!.li. 1.. aM t.lale. lo-wll: lita a anil In Hwut.m fn, ami h, ri-r-ti..u thlrly-onr, all In Towii.liin Innr (4) .v-.rlli PI ItaiiKC four 141 Weal .,( Ui. Wlllmnnlui Mir Mian, eo- uin.mt l.fl ami r.n) i rH., a, aiioMlns 10 Hid I moil statin !;:.;, al In Coltlnil.la I'otinly, Oriruotl. . . , hulil anl nay of o tl t. A. I. latl. ti!ln0ir flrn ilay of ll.c (MrtoUr T. rm of nM Conrt, ami Ix'lnn not I.... Hum ten (10) 'lays alier the .;r- , - in mi. 1'iiaiioii. W its ens iiiy 1 1 11 ii -1 ami tlin eal of m.l.l (.ourl auiAVl iiuq u u liny Ol Allifll.l, A, II. 1'JUI, li II, HI'.MlhKi-llS, !' I l lnrk i,l i, f'oiuiiy Court Uy W. A It a Ran, lt uiy. (if AH. J. C(;flN,UiKI Any. lor AUuiliil.tralor. r J' I ST. HELENS Patronixe a.ilruj store when ytm want pure, frt-sh and reliable i' Drugs and Patent Medicines t Perfumery, Toilet Articlcf Mtc. HEADQUARTERS FOR. SCHOOL BOOKS A Fine Line of Writing Supplies. Plain ami Decorated Crcpc Paper, IJtc. Direct from Poblislier-Redular 25-cent Novels Onlv 10 Cents 0 A, Jt nave oeen vittfuitr u-il, tt,.t .m Vm... r K. Hawkins and wife the past several I tru'.t . "' n. kni'lsis quite plentiful around here. The writer luis noticed ,my one man could do toward Making li"'B ttlB 'rl: the forthcoming session a cicili;nbie one ' n,f""9 death to io tlio Mate. Fisher, notwithstanding the dense smoke ' me very f'"e t'1'8". apples and hovering over the country, was verv fa-i Prunts' r.vcrynoriv mviteM to tlie ic cr'-am social this I' riday evening at Perry's hail. One of N. A. Ferry's horses was badly itiitirifil tviliir.liiv t'.t ti,f I...... 1 . " . -j ... j ho, ti't-n ii..r- tieiied is not known. Ix.ys: " V.'ho frowed dat futt brick hot." I The Kpwortli Uoguc is well attended llurpitolic schrol suirted up Monday j cvtry bunday evening at this place. I ,u corin, a wagon loan oi our young pcipl2 ci- tended the dance at the Ayrcs place lost Saturday night. A nice time was re ported. Mrs. F.lizntictli Perry was taken sud denly ill Saturday afternoon but is re ported much improved at this writing. Sunt. Copeland is kept busy the laj: few days sending out the announcement oi tne tcacners' institute, which is to be HI' M M O.N (4. In lhi Circuit f:onrt of the 8tnto of Ori'Kon tor III!? difinty of Cotionhla. Ablilo W. hotilid. I'.alntlir, u John It. Squire litfffn'iitni. To John h. tiiilr, ilt l.nii.nl In th ly en- iiiot'i aou IS 1 IIK NAMH OPTItK HTATK OP ZlHKIiON, A Von r- hurebir n qnlri'il to a.inr and an- "n in mi I Ootolier, Tho lumbermen cf bleto resume logging ' operations unlif (are left. It requires about nine years i evening with a Llatskamc belle hanging; held at Rainier September l.'lth, llth and ... i. Iiinn I.... In u on jjia arm. " . . alter ft COlllOIete downfall of I'flin aim I "U'K .i-" vi K'ow inrge rnougu ,av t.k-n , . Thn f t ' ror PW" Wu, peeling. Hut scattered Wash Muckle and Dr. Cliff, of St. Hcl- , , V i ; .Thu,tors,,t Cre Mre! through the woods of Oregon and Wesli-Uhs, were ClaUkanie visitors to tlie base a, don ble edgetj., disaster. Iliey not only ington are enough casern a trees to keep ! '5i" game. ' iiesrroy imiDense qnaniuiea cf tmiuor i P"e'eia ouoy uuui me initr thejr not eff the lumlor 'heir i.t)ire. W...I1C .1 l-.VQ L.11 1 m. - - . t. i. " 1 lie ftllKT flllil ffimn an tv . ....... nnvliii'l : " " worn are large enougll IO- n r- 1" 7' Jiruuun ; I Ti l.IOT- r . n, ,,. The MlST i the ohleal anil nn.f . i uicucs ia uiame'.er Hshedin the. county. 15th Mrs. J.. Wilkinson has hLd her t.nrn converted into a dwelling house, which is quite an improvement lo that part of town. TtioJapnare making preparations to j celebrate tho fall of Fort Arthur, Vr IO lilt- COini.lnltil II Ir.l ..,.1,1.1.1 Biiovcciiiitlcil .nil by the loih ilay u h.l'l .nit I. ronimnifwl liy pluliitlir SKnlnt ion liirdiMoliiiliin of Hie murrfnio' nonir uaes. I.ilnif iii-iww'ii you mul th plolnliil baraln, ami If you lull io Hii.n r Iiihi now ami t he bhi.i lime, for waul llinniol, I In- j.l.liill It' vi HI liilu lu'lKiiient aKiiiiul ou for ii.olinloii' of ll.a murrlaio conlract now exl.tlni; ln-lweuu y.,u ami .mil plaintiff. 'I nix wiiniiiori. In mailo mul m-rvail tiy piilill 'atli n In pnr.iinii': l i an orl r niaitu tiy Hie Itonambla R. H. Ifiutnn, i ounty linliro for Coltiinlila eoilnly, Mala of (ln oii, ir., the Hilh lay of Ailuu.t, IWll; alil onlar provlilea lh. I lh? (Inn pnl.lirnlliiii nf i hi. .iiiiimoii. .Iinll ik iiiiuiR on too nun imy ol Atiirtl.t, ll.ll, ami lhe lii.i iMilillcatlon on llivmil, ilnyof hupteui Lan lvoi. W. M. HAVIS, A MK H Kept 80. AtloriKiy for I'lnliltllT. kix.'ki;kii cows" FoitTAtE-i" oiler for eale, ut a bargain, six fri'sb- cown, pne or ml ol them. This is a great opportunity to get giWd eows at a very reasonable price. JOfj. HAVItOKN, Kt. Ifiduns, Org. If 'Is. ; KNIGHT SHOE CO. Fifth-WasSh. Sts., .Portland Opposlte the Perkins Hotel. DAIRV 1'AUM ITJit HAI.K-370 acres lonnted on W'illanictto Hlongh ; ac commodatioiiH for 75 to 100 head cattle ; daily boat. Inquire on place, MRS. C. HftLKArv, caro steamer America, 8t. i.eivun, Oregon. CUT THIS OUT ipfJum Y(IT Tw?t,'.-canl ' Yw-kU Filling in. tell? At ,ho,lt lui,,nn(;r,- No J'"i. AH Work Ijiinraii- DR. ENODER'S OFFICE, JfoliavkllniWinftTWnl and Morrison Sts., PortlnwU Or.