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rA- K . ' LOCAL Ml k?-. t 'V '','''''''W''' 'ue July 2" I Columhla County Mtai.' Clrk J.,k,IIIii. ' Mlllllil! ItrilUM), VI loniMlHl, la .4 .......1.....1 1- . I'crry "' lioullou. .uiior t I'urtlmul ' Wrdnclity, .. i. ntidl'r. A. r. McUren nlcr. w-''e St. Helen. vl.lt..r oh tontttot ln'' r m c 'fr,,l',1 ,,l.u...'' 1'uc,lJr ' 'r,M" " w. vi.it t iii H'"""1 'Mty- Ti ln'Umol ClalakauUi are entitled to CoIuuiW cnmly'l Wh at rtoc.nnion council, at It. 14 itawtfr yleiu wirnin .... j !,,, hctweeil !' ,,m,r ot """" 1L financial ',, BW.W lot UilK""""' Acotitraclfotr.pcrlingtm, WVi tb, canity -'1 been let to a Tort- (Mdltiiil ,,l..n""' '"f " " i,ial.ll..rt!.t.rk la .V, and the e- Tliil rnijMivw the lt grtd Jury nl want of in mi ktina " ' uf,b ,u m""rr to ,,. Iwliew. that onr officer rc Unt rmpvlent n! trustworthy. , rwJ program Win arrange.1 for I ColuniMa Count". Uy "w and (,'laik Imposition. tu Ciiy 'l 'i"t! " 1"' "w,t- $Mitt ,'.itUri'HI. ! InitlKition li am.- Tlf !t'r it wllh lw Nli.ii t! Vfw A uiioii, mw In ! on u i',a!U.l. mt'l f JirlijjIlM la r U.V U !"! ' ,H l' tiiWUi.-t- !! wy lHt Uvo MvtlU-o tiinnt I Hie milry .! l(Uit ,.n!rrn iumtc. SIMci'U KjUm nt Mr H Ca!! Utul fte Mttiln I In uwrUs tt Ku-rWUrct M. K. tTiuah,lVriUnl. m WcdwuUv iiiK. ) yal u CUlik Miie boy, llw ( ' Hie Z'!ititli frjftmt, n.l tl rrrriit l rn AW C. Wlilllrn, h the rrl rUte lmin iu I'urJUiiit. J 1. 1 cjWe "plr ynnng mn. a I luf tin Itme wm tlw ' Hie jintncf Slmrcr Mim liriK lUiua, o Kl 1U!cb. t try ultiur-l yuA fiM, i llliarf Mn W. JiUuliltf. A jduMjm nulrl j(i(;rtnine w rcmJl til ht hanot lllit.li.MIMr. I!lt tmr. Tle ftneul r Mr. Raid, ol Chicago. rwli , Attrcil llUiHilwlin, Mr. J'rUn, Mit J. I'. Marry. Clyde fclr. !! iBttilii, M;ar AMic BliWk, Pr' Ht- iu i:.iiOtCmei. ait. i:iu join, !: H(l!..t Csmp No, CM Btytitw l;np hrl.l it it t public nu!Utitm t ll.mll.m St MtuiiUy cvcnliig. lollow iitK r Our oiilcrm for the truuini; term; I'unlt-m t amt--l.. It. Itl-y, C. C: John take, Alviir; 5iily, ricort. tlut Trny, U:liUiiin. )u'm LamWroin, trutinr;, I. It. CopeUn.t, mniwRrr. t)irw '-upS. P. iUkr, C. Ci K. V. UtMn, WI.rj Atft C;itlrj. url, . A. IJuicrwm, int4lllii orturr. HiHilt.m Cl.tk: No. 4't inulicil the M luwni i:lkT; Kuilly Mitclwll, RunrJi' an nri((!il.f ; Ann Oirty, t. 0. i Wn!cll SoiUti. lviv.r. L. 15. IVtily, attcn.Unt ; Mihi.i Klty, M.ilcUu, I'yuthln I'.licr, O iU-r Smtinul ; Sutk Lmtjrton, Inner fi Mil!,,, I, Mr.. K. If. 1'lnRK. ln.u;Hx olicrT The unilmm View Ciui .'trl tremu mill cake were rank from Itay eacurt, and ice ci-vcd a'tcr the IniUil.i'nni, Mr. in Mr. W. 0. W'.Uti K"" very iti'highliut oiil.l.xir jmrty i Ut Tliurvlay iiIkUI, Iii bomir ol Hie nintli imiv. rviry ol their Wfililinjf Uy. ulili'h aU tn I lh w(ililiii)( unlit ttr nry ol Mr. lIIUr!' lullirr nil niothrr, Mr. dii.l Mr. Ilolcomli, wlia fre uiiiniiK tliotw prewnt. The evcnlnit i plinviitly uw4 In khiiic u-l cu. verutiuii, anil the hmpiulity ol the hoU win cviUucr.l In the jirolimiiin ol ft itWc ami .Itiukalilta it-rvcil. Thou (rcMil were: Iir. nnil Mr. II. R. Cliff, lr. ami Mr. IMwin Row, Mr. nml Mr. Ju'm, Mr. unit Mr While, Mr. anil Mm. Il4iri, Mr, mi l Mr. Pr ill, Mr. nnil Mr. !y, Mr. mid Mr. Holcomh. Mr. and Mr. Drilling, Mr, nml Mi. Illnkmli y. Mi Lulu George, Mllilrrl (5mnt, Amii ICtlcl, DnUy Wntkliu, Mumle Wo-riwn, llcrt'i iul Grace Dart. Met . W. giilck, Clenn Wntklii. Rmlolpli KU-1, William Kelel.O :or(, ViiK, H. I Culviii, Clin. Muvkle, Kugene Mile, I'tniik ('.cm k. Clyile Grcwett, ol Warren, wm arrwled in St. Helen on Saturday lail, njion In-trm-tioiin from ilctectivr ICerrlij.in nnil Snow, ol the Portland department, H " "Hi km1 that Grewcll forced Hie nume olnwiiiium to a check ined by the Hitni'n Market Company in viyincnt lor ciiii-kem. The fowl were ..dp,,, tie More and Grcwull la mid to Imvc know n nil the pnrlktnlar. It I chnrg ed lli.it he claimed to I a on ol the woman who told the chlckcu, an I w ;ivi ii ihc check iii payment, which lie 'ilim-d iinj got the money, Jr. and Mr. II, R. Cliff and Mm. C. John went to Portland IahI Friday to viit Mr. W, II. Powell who I confined t the hipllal ou account of a surgical "I'l-rntloii for uppen lioilis. They re port Mm. I'mvi-Un getting along nicely. I'ir4 cta jiriutlng done ul tliia ollice. 'known at lh." ml Ml., nil.. . ' 1 ' " rMIMill ill." t,i"0' I'itUlmrjc, er united in ,,, rlage on July 4lh. They will make their i r..in.M i . .. ,,. Hern, iiere nir.UulU lilt niiiuy warm li Inula, A cedar plank twimty fiml long anil and lllty-two Inchiii widn I one of llm laliwt liiiartniit addition lo Oolmnlila GoHiity'hllilt atiheU-wla nml Clark I'.xKilllon, It I alimilutuly clear, wltlmtil t-vrn a pin knot. Thl wH Inrnlahud !y thu Uolnnihla Ilivnr Door (N.,0i lUlnlvr. Mr. Co, ul Hi. Helena, mla H' vine ahout nine litet high, lth lliiliiinavi nala (l p,.H from thu U'ltoiii lo thu lop. Mr. Ijvi tend ioeleorn liMik, evii fcol ilh, and well aupplM wth ear. All pfixliiel atmt from ('..liimli; (iuuiity cmnpiir mora than f.iviiulit vt.lli any in tl,,, Agrienllural liuildlng. Mr. and Mr, Iloli-oiuh, wrento( Mr. Dilhird, returned to Portland Monday on the Iralda after a aevcrnl day vUlt with Mr. and Mr. Dillard. "PAIR" VI.HtTOKS-May Tind moui to rent where car tervke l direct to ami In mi the Pair ground. All modern eon- vcnleiire and rale rravmahle, Tnke 3rd or fith atrvrt car n.iith to Hall itrect, MHH 8. 8. WAV. lin lull near cor (llh St. Pmf. Hugh n. l'.Mon, who h taught tcltiKd in till coiitily for KVeral year pa.t, ha taken Mr. IWetett Tn lienor' poiltoii a deputy a;or, Mr. TU lienor having Ucn cuuillcd to realgu ou account ol the condition of hi rye. Mr Tli lirBor made au etcclleiit deputy and we Ikiw an out diKir life will rrttore hi eyralghl and rnahlo him lo purtue the calling lur which a thorough education ha lilted aim. The l',t nln ; Tclrg.ain of July 1 J ran Uinta plrn lid writs up ol Columbia county. I'.tlra rople at thi ollice at five ceiittprr ropy. Pullowiitg ia the tut of officer iniUll ed liy iH-jHity Grand Chancclliir, J. U. C.olliry, of Avon Inlge No. f,1, K. of P. I. II. CoprUnd C. C; R. Ketel, V. C: N. A. Prrry, P.; W. It. Dillard, U. ol W. II U. Cliff, M. at A.; W. A. Ketel. I. G. ; M. White, O. O. The iuUallatiou wo utilu'. lie cream and cake were K'lved to a hirge crowd of invited gueit. , royal giHkl tunc u had hyallpieicut. The A. A C. R. R. will tell eon ei-enrti-m tickelt from lltiullnn to all Clat' up hVa.-h point and return, continuing until Sl-triiil'r t.V.h. at ft lor the round trip. gml t return until OctoUr 15. Sitccn ounce lothe )nind. I'our utwrta In Hie gallon. Never lc than twelve to the ilnirn. And no giU that repnrrt premium to mnke th.-m tell. M.C. GttAV, St. Helen. Mr. W. II. Conver. ol Clatakanie, ha heeo elected Gran 1 Saeben ol the Im proved Order ol Red Men for the Reter valion ol Oregon, and Walter Hunter, of Gohle, waaclHMt-n Great Uur.l of the Porrtt. Unite a compliuwal tuColuiuhiii Count' brave, and one we bve no doubt w deierved and will lie appreci ated. S nip of While Pine and Tar, the old reliable cough remedy. I'or wle by A.J. iM-ming, druggitt. I hate money tu Kin on approved rvalcabitr accunty. IV. n.POWEI.I., jit. Helen, Oregon. Dr. Knodef u Dr. Qrean'a new and eorreet method of maMnj aiib ftclal testh. Platea ara maaa by hl method to Ml accural. 322 Mohawk bjMdlng. Portland. lXIHOKHTIOM With it rompanloiii', heart burn, Oatuleiu-o Uirpidity of the liver, eouMl patlon, palpitation ol Ue liearl. Hwr blood, In-aiUche and other nervou aymptom. nllo- akin lottl tongue, olP nive breath and n legion of other ailmrnta.la at onco the moat wideapread and dmlruolive malady among the- Am erican peonle. Tho lleiblno tnalmanl will cure all thea twiihle. 5.U bnllle. H,dd by A.J. ivmln Now (hat the trinl l ovir, would It not lw a w H to ring down tho curtain, for the prewnt t lead? fheerrully Iteecoinriiilotl for Itheumailam O. G. HigUie. Paitvllle, III, writ), tx. . luui: 'Alout two yeflr ago I wa Wd op with rheumatism I tried llnllard' Snow Uunlmeiil ono bolt i cured mo. 1 can cheerfully leccnmenJ it to l ull'nriug from like alllictfon. Kftc, 50c and 11.00 Md by A. J. Iteming. Iteducrd Kate on tr. Irnlda Ou and after June 22nd, HM the. fare on the Sir. IrahU will lw a. follow. itikkI to Oct. 1.1. ItHMi. GolileandKatama, Jftc one way. It.S.'Mouud trip. Hofluwn, Martin. Council. Cnple., We one way. f I .(K) round trip. Columbia City, IMV oneway, ki' "'l'- Sl- ""let". one way, 7fte round trip. Poroml to Marve. It. V. I.ek, of Concord, Kv, ay: "For 20 year I auffered ngnnlei with a aore on my lip, o painful at time that i-t::.z:zz nvorytniug e,ie, v..... ,t lull' Arnica Salve." It' ret 'f 't. burn nml wound. At Perry and Urn ham'aatore: OnlyiS'. K Hui i lac I'aety A plcnannt inrpriHe party nny be given to vour atomaeh and liver,- by takin,! a medlciiio wlilcli will relievo their pain and discomfort, via: Df. King' New IMo PIH". They are n most wonderful remedy, iillWding Hire relief ami cum, for headache, iIUxIiicm and coiiliptiu- 25c at Perry & Uraliam'r. 1 llAiNIKU Mr. V. Audi-moil to Portland Wciliiet day lo vUit the Pair. Bunday ul 1 1 ;;)0a. m. fire watdlncover ed in the wurehoute of Dau lllmiclmrd, on the road way to the llhinchard (lock, ('.rent headway hod already 1cn gained by tticiilli;kly rouautuing flume before enough iieoi.le were (fathered to fiubl ! Ihi iii. liy dim of much energy tm the I part ol Kaiuier copl: and Kteauier Stran ger which came to the retctic. the flliimca were confined to one place, lllnnchiird' big mill rHiight fire in wvcral different Jilnce but wa (juitkly cxtinguitlied by the many ready hand who waited for them, Much Indignation wa routed among the women who could not tx.-r- imdc the mic eight or nine "dundiea" landing around, to help, no Ukingg the matter in their own hand a few score bucket were gathered, and a bucket brigade formed by the young girl and boy which rendered vnluadleaMilance. The content of the building, valued at f'.lKX) were all burned, and were not covered by iiimirnncc. The origin of the fire wa due U the overboiling of tar In an adjoining thanty. J. It. Vcon i the proud poacsor of the fimt automobile In Rainier. Mr. Yeon aim own a f:iutl0 runabout, iu Portland. Mr. Nordby, of the Nordby & Wilton Lumlicr Co., i;iit Sunday in Rainier. Mr. Hodce and daughter, Until and P.ttcr areapending a few day visiting Mr. Geo. Mucck. I The Rainier Grimd hotel it receiving a I new coat of int under the Uierviiiion of Mr. Wagner. Mr Dlaon, itation agent in Rainier, tjicnt .Saturday night and Sunday in Portland viitiug hi parent. livery time during the putt few year, that a fire ha occured the hute i found to be In a poor condition ; rotted and tplit. Wliine fault i it T Cecil Girt, of Reaver Valley, tpent the day here and declare hit farm to be in a fluiithing condition, kainier may have a bank. A man wot in Rjinier la-.t week with the intention of atarling a newspaper. However he wanted a fence. He tolicit td the pledge of the city merchant for tiipi'irt. Out with them. Miu Margaret Swctt went lo Portland on a butincH trip thi morning. Mil Roil Zweemer who ha partilly recovered (nun her irriou illtieu which confineil ber to the hiMpital. retunied to her home In this city Wednesday. N0.1I1 Howard, bk keeper for the Columbia Sih and I3or fiKtorj-, pent Wcdnetilay in Portland. Mr. and Mr. Miller and ton tixnt a few day lat week visiting the Kpo ition. Mr. Kd Kegglt I tiffering from a wollen arm. the reull of Urge bruitei canned from a full. Pathing teaton i well begun, Mr. and Mr. Syerson are vititiug the I-xponitinll. Several different newspaper men arc intperting the open field for a p.i;cr In Rainier. The right prnou will be wel comed with open ami. Mi Margret McLaren it suffering with eric am. Al Parker who hat Inn tuffcring with dn.y for mic time i in a very critical condition. Mr, lien Cixdy relumed Saturday after a few day visit with her husband who is fishing at Astoria. WW WW W vrv One of the old land marks has been re moved by the hand of death. Mr. K. Hall passed awaynt the home of Win. Wvucoop mi Sunday evening at ten o'clock, He leave no relative but a host of friends, He was esteemed by all who knew U!n. Funeral service took place on Tuesday. He w buried from the Kvangelical church, Rev. Davie conducted the services, his text lieing taken from Kccleslastc 0-5 "For the living know that they shall die." Wm. Cooper and R O. Haren will run the tteam thresher from the Noon ranch j this season. Anyone having threshing to do will do well to correspond with them. Satisfaction guaranteed. The Warreu Hand made a good im pression at Scuppoose the Fourth. OrganlT Cohen, of the W. of W. has been doing some niiotionary work here and h aucceeded in gelling five new member. Thi camp it the banner Camp on the river. They have the only Uniform rank thi aide of Portland. CaplninWui. Cooer in command Rev. O. W Allen ha been visiting , hi daughter Mr. Lew Dnvies, for a lew day. The farmers are joyful over their abundaut harvest thi year. Rev. Iavic conducted the efvice in the M. E. church morning and eve ning, Inst Sunday, Tho Dlaniond Curo The latest nuw from Pari, Is Hint they have discovered a diamond euro for coiisuinntlon. If you fenr consuiuplion or iineumonlri, It will, however, bo DCH lor von in iiiao ...... .v, ..... . iiiiintioned bv W. T. Mi'liee, of ntlleor, , . ' ' ,.,, fllr f()11rt,,ou Ti.nn. "I had eoiigli lor niunoeu . ... ....A ,.,nl n'likM u emira Notliinir helped IHU. until I took your. 1-MiuniiB o 'I " llr King New Placovorv for l,onuni- Hon, CoUKh and Cold which gnve mo Inaunt relief, and eir.-ctcd a ariiinnnt cure." Uneiiunlled t)nicK cure, for Ti,nrtat. nml l.unir trouble. At Ferry & ! il.l, nin'a- nrice 51)0 and 11.00. Tliali Grilhami, price ova. t; , I bottle free. 1 I jj WAKKKX J LV KKUIJKN Mr. Minnie Powlcr, ol Portland, I viHiting ner purcnt Mr. and Mr. J. M . IJndnuy, Mr, Aiitoue Wie returned home July 4th, ufler a month visit with friend at Hood River. Mr. Tcmpert Clark, ol Aberdeen, I vltlling her parent Mr. and Mr. A. Mr. V. 15. French, of Sacramento, Cal. I viaitlng her brother, Mr. Albert Lar son. I'rauk 11. Walt and wife, of Watsou ville, Oil,, Is villiitg hi brother T. C. Walt thi week. Mr. and Mr. Watt were, from 1HT,2 lo 1WI7, resident of SciipprKrtc, and thi I their first villi to their old home in 28 year. J. M. Lindsay, Ceo. Powlcr, C. C.I'ow ler, I. I). Hunter, W. Hunter, G. W. Makinstcr, Prank Bishop, M. Link, Oril Link, G. 8. Foster and O. Anlleker, member ol the Coble Rcdmen lodge, uttcnilcd the Grand Lodge ol Redmeu at Portland last week. The Columbia Timber Company has resumed work altera week rest lor the Fourth. KIST. Mr. Mow made a trip to Forest Grove aud Mr. A. I). Allen accompanied her home. The neighborhood mowing machine make a merry ring thetc beautiful um mcr day. CassieHolt fell and friously iniured her arm; the same one which was broken a yenr or so ago. Mr. Dearborn visited at the Dollar home last week. Wall Marsh and on John came in to look after their cattle, and bave a good time. Alfred North ha completed his second year in Chicago l'nivcrity and is home for vacation, and to visit the Fair. G. W. Dallo. father of J. R... arrived in thi valley June 20, and spent ten davs with his son. He is traveling on a three months excursion ticket and is thorough ly enjoying bimselt. Omar Shannahan brought in a new light wagon last week. Riley Thonini killed two bear about ten days ago, one old one and one cub. A!out one hundred of the friend and nciKlilKrof L. li. Nickcrson and wife Kihercdinlo willies the lannching of Mr. Nickerson' new boat "Sally." He offered a cash prixe of one dollat to the girt who could row him across the river and back in the shortest time. Lilly Chclduline took fust prize. Ruby Den slow and Gladus Smitli worked so hard at it that he took pity on them and gave them prizes also. Kvery body brought their lunch baskets, and it proved to be a very pleasant occasion. We have never yet sold pi auos and organs for as littie prices as we are offering them at just now, and it is certain, too, tbat we will not soon a gain assemble such a large collection of special art styles, such as are now being sacri flced. It is worth while to give this opportunity a little seri ous thought. The pianos are the very finest that the world affords Clnckenngs, Webers Kiraballs, Stecks, Hazeltons, Lesters, Hobart M. Cables, aud many others. Come in and look them ov er. We are prepared in this emergency sale to make terms as low as $25 down and fio a mouth, and on some of the less costly ones only $6.00 down and pS.oo a month takes one. Persons living at a dis tance may safely purchase by telephone or letter, as we agree to pay freight both ways if instrument is not found sat isfactory, or as represented. EILERS PIANO HOUSE, 351 Washington St., corner Park. Write us for particu lars. SHERIFFS SALE In Die Clrrull Conn of the Ktata ol Oregon for the 1'iMiniv ol Columbia, llvlen A. Klklm r 'J. K. t'nnlnell ami II. M. I'ur.lwi'll (lil wlli), John Ktewait, John a. Ktcwart. f. A. Mile, It. Vt . Ki.luT, II. (1. Kl.hr, ailtnliil'tratora: Sarah J. Henileiaon, A. K. I.alourollo, McMlimvlllB Citli-ne(a c-iriioMitiin). ami W. It. Ijii.iuroil. ami L. K. Lalmirelte, trustees deluiiilanti. Niillre U hereby given thai, umler ami by virtual an execution. jmtKmeul, orrtor an,l tie- n... ImuihI a HI Ol tile l lreinl t.ouri 01 uic oiaie of lireaoll, in I'm Mr coiiiiiiiiia c ouuiv. ii toe '.".ah .1")' ot June, lwt, umler ami la purvuiinee ol a juifsmoiit. ontw ami ilecree ol foreeliiire in'ote ami entered In mtil eourt on thu Slkt day ot Mav, I'JOA, In a lull wherein Helen A. Kiklnn, 'luliillrT, reeovereil Jmtiimeiit nciliwt J. R (itvoll. itelemlnut. In ihn sum of Ton hun dred ilxtv aeven and i.ft-100 (IUW7.J0) dollar, u lth intere! thereon (nun aald SUt day ot Mav. II) IS. at the rate of a i er rent per annum , mihI One hundred (fiouuu) Dollars atlnrney's I t.H', and ihe Innher auin ol Thlrlt-nlne and IJ-10U(ti.lV imllanco Is. And It wna fur her , .,hl.r..l niiiI il.M.r.w.1 l,v Him Court that the ,,r,m-riv tteserllaxl l, the ni.rtstkiuf the do fondant, J. R. i nrnwt'u nun m. ii. t.annvru. dated AiiE"t '-', 's. me rame ueing ins cribed as foll-iwi; The sail half of nnrthweat qimneriif neetlou no. tn lowiiahln ninth of range I west, airl the MMithevit quarter ef the norlhenal inartr and the Muthwet quarter of the niirthuait quarler ami the west half of the miuthcaftl quarter of neeiii.n Ml. lo.wishlnH north of rauiiv wii ol Die Villmi lli- meridian, nltuuied In Co'.umbl County, Oregon, keatild ai umler exuouitou, ami that Ihu pioeeedi of inch sale, after iaylnx I'm eiuiti, aiiriiro menu, attorney's (ee, and eviiennes herein Mated, wall lie apnneu wpjn me ju tl,M ovitritlii. If aliv thi-n lie. Ifllt iKintnit, nm uUl Into rourl f.trihoM. eiititleil thereto, and tho sutil defend ami ami each of them bo forcvur lorei'loned .mi lirNl of all rlirlu. illln anil Intereiit In and tn said prlnilaea and every irt thereof, and of all equity of rodvuiMtnn thereiu exeept their stannary rlgiu ai reiieiuniiim. , Now, therefore, I win, on Nattinlny, the Mil a,,.. r Ani'imi. !& hi the hour of U o'etmia In Iho foienomi of naid ilny, nt the frowl ilmir ot . ii.m n.tiiolv eourt h, wll Blr,c anetlon, mlijwi ' reilemiilloii, to the highest I'ld.li-r for eali. lawful' money ot the Hulled Stales, bill the . ' . . . tllll,ros, ,he de endantK J. the county eourt limine in m. m-ieu. uoiiiuuin j It. Cardweil ami M. H. Cantwell have or ban at I the dale nf the exeeuilon nf anld iiitirliritite, t wl, Autt,,i ja,t, IMru, Iu an-l to Hie real proper- ! JH,r,o? 'iKi. waVS. co.tj. M nrtpni Colim)ii gou, this lHtdny of Julyiwc. wmiti' ; iih,iir,,i i-a ,i,iri ctuni,. iir,!'n. (irnlunn A 't'leonin, attorney furplaiuihT. s,.r, pni.u.-Hib'ii July 7, LtpuWicaiivu Aug,. itifa. Watch L. SWETT, RAINIER J mm varum mm Ji XTOyV1 afa rfh af affc-afh W rfh a roR roHTLi.D, daily, b; -TtAMCIt- "America" r H Willamett SlougH Route E M - X Learo 6t. Helen. ... 6:30 A M 9 4 :30 AM SO A M Arrive at Portland. .10:30 A M b Iv Forllann :3ura lj Rt. Helena 6:00 PM PS Mtltt C W.. k.. Vaasavi. W Ik J nrs and Fast Frihi. B3 Vila i.arr ntiiuiiiK mi, m imvir- i. j p4 JAMBS OOOD, Raittr. ft Yy a. POWKLI, ATTO RNEY-AT-LA W. DirvTT Dirraicr arroaaBT. 8T. HEI.EN8, : : OEEGOH. w. a. CILLAKD. JILLARDA DAY, ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW. Wilt practice In any Court. Slate or Federal. Orace next door to Courthouw. ST. HELENS. . OREGON. J-jB. It. B. CLIFF, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON ST. HELENS, OKEGON. yyK, EDWIN liO!8. PHYSICIAN & SURGFON ST. HELENS, OREOC KIT AH MS IMD 171 ItOL. JOHN A. BECK DEALER til Watches, Diamonds, Silverware, ....JEWELRY.... Repairing a Specialty. kurruvaSl. Bstrrool tl First, PORTLAHD. Corner 23tU ?V: S g-gjySwe-?--- ' " 1 A first class modern hotel, at the most reasonable rates. A family hotel, where guests from the country may be assured of good treatment. In " connection viih the hotel will be found the most reasonable priced first class restaurant in the city of Portland. Special accommodations for large families. Get your dinner at The Fairmount before entering the grounds, and avoid the high 1 prices inside restaurants are compelled to charge k 'W' r' Vfctn. vi This for Ad. MENS FIRST Moyer Clothing Co., THIRD AND OAK. PORTLAND THE. COLUMBIA COUNTY Abstract and Trust Co. Titles Examined, Abstracts Made, Non-Resident Taxes Paid. Real Estate, Loans, Etc. E. E. QUICK A. M. HOLTON, Proprietor THE FAIRM0UNT and Upshur streets at the front gate of Space - CLASS SUITS $10.00 The Best you have ever ssen. FABRICS in Worsteds, Cheviots and Cassi meres. Hand-Worked Button Holes, Hand -Padded Collars, sewm with silk Otbers say $15 for Eqnal Qaalitj. Cam Eirl y and Get ibe Pick WHEN YOU SEE IT IN OUR AD ITS SO. the Exposition.