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VE1;0XIA JTliMS. jittered at the Tosloffce at St. Helens, On son, as second-clas mail matter. JLi JL..1.L. J- -r ISSPKD EVRR' FMRAV Ev E. H. rj,AGG. EDITOR ANJ1 r.P1'KIKrpR. ,One copy, one year, in' advance. . .$1 ,K) jfjix mouths. .'it) Legal notices " cents per line. FRIDAY. March lti, 1IHX1. M-Droads light and Sivcot COLUMBIA COUNTY SOCIALISM.' AMI Do lhno wliit call lliemwlvca Social ists in C'oiiunhia County indorse tfi .ul-team-en of Kngeiie V. IKrbt", pin (trili in the paper called tlm Appeal to Rea son, but which is really an H!eir to treason. In I tie latest i,-u of that pa per we find a proclamation hy lvlis in regard to the arrest ml prosecution of ,ceruitn members of the Western Fede ration oj Miner?, charged with coivpli cily in the a-aeiimtiun of t,'ovor;n,r ritetiiienherv, of Idaho, and the' (allow ing are eome of Mr. IVIij iittvrant:?s: .''Mover and Haywood ace .qur , com rades, ctaunch and true, and i.f we .do not stand by them to the shedding of the j last drop of blood in our veins we re jlios with whom he 1ms been associated, .disgraced forever and deserre the fate of j "It is Republican precedent to give u cringing cowards. 10 pent official a second term jjnd Sir. ''If tiiev attennit to murder Mover, Whitney is entitled to it a, well as other JIaywood and their brother, a pillion j State officials." revolutionists, at least, ww iiiet !4?tf fzjtk aaaaaI - - - r are made with' mm BAKING POWDER Absolutely Paro jftntf'dyspeptici may b eaten ylthout Inconvenience ev$n by persons with delicate digestion 4aai turn ifp -. rw(. with guns. ''Let them dare to ewte ilieir dev Vi ijish plot and ever ette in the Union , w ill resound with .the tramp of revolu tion, "A special revolutionary convention of the proletariat at Chicago, or toiut: .other central pointy would I in .order, and, if extreme measures are required, a great Mi ike could be ordered and in dustry uaralvzed as a preliuiinvv to a general uprising." Eugene V. Debs is the leader ,of the extreme Socialists iu this .country, and tho Appeal to K.tou, .which indorses his rabid utter ances, is rrad iu every county in the Union. Mr. Debs threatens revolution if the men arrested for murder are tried, found guilty and executed in accordance with the laws of the country in which lie lives and is allowed to utter Uia trea ou. ' If these men are found guilty a .million armed revolutionists are to avenge them, and, just as a preliminary move, a general strike is to be called, inlntry paralyzed, and untold sutfer ii, urought upon the now prosperous p.uple of the United States. We would like to know how the So cialists in Columbia Coanty stand upon this matter, and will give a reasonable amount of space to as ezpresajou of Uieir .views. Jia JUDGE LOWELL'S t'XDIDAC Y. lion. Stephen A. Lowell, of Pendleton, thas finally decided, after much hesita tion, to become a candidate for the office of U Li ted Slates beuator, and has bled with the Secretary of State bis declara tory statement, setting lorth the princi ples be expects to espouse in cj se he is elected. Incidental lie make the mo dest statement that b,e expects to carry ever? county iu the Styte except Mult nomah. Mr. Lowell's declaration of principles contains one to the effect that he favors election of United Senators by direct vote of the people. So did quite a jiu ru ber of the present Senators, if they mean what they say. Like Jujjje Low ell, they are in favor of this method, but opposed to tiw .only measure yet de vised putting jt i.uto effect, iligh sound ing words have deceived the people heretofore, and SJr. Lowell hopes they will be effective now. lie is linked with the Oregoi;ian in opposition so Statement No. f and therefore no voter who favors tl) state ment should cast his primary b:il'pt for Stephen A. Lowell. r Last Saturday evening Mrs. Holsapple jvas surprised by a vist from a number j one horse power in working of friends and relatives who came for the : Vert is out to see it tested. A caucus tvt'totiiinatc city i.llicers will ho held ut Z,i!'t;'U's hatl n tbeevcttii'iK of March 20th, next Tuesday, u- 7:;Kl j. in. City election April 2. Tell Anile- weyt to nritl.il Veil las week to visit his brother1 Thornton ,and funily. lie will also vist relative in I'oul.md while out. The surveyors for hc nei R, R. arc eiicatm ed now at Itraun-poM, It is ex-: ic'tcdtuat a squad of them ill soon take up the ijuarters at Vcrnoni. CluredMdy, of Portland, the yo'tng man who spent u;ost of last summer with L' B. Stewart, Ui's returned for snolhu outing. Lester Mowe left last S.y.nrdav for Col ftnhia Rjv.-r jniuts. lie .cspects to et Vrk at Astoria for the suaiuier. Miss Lizric Mcl'hersott. of Keaev, vi sited with Vcrnouia friemls and relatives list t-vk. Viust Schmidlis, of Albion, made a t lsiiiess trip to ourcity on Kriday last. The new e2cctro-& soline light for the fiont of the church has been .ordered U-cnUant Kcdsiv, atd will ooii be iu p'ace. The city coupcil, by Qrdinarcc N'o. 23, opened the strict iu t;e Kast part of town which is to become a pirt of trjj county road, at the fxpeusc of the property I owners. James Feryoton, of Indiana, ivisiting his cousin, T. 11. Denslow, and familv. The silver medal contest and entertain ment dy the pupils of Mrs. Hatfield's school will take place at the church nex Friday evening, MaecU 23. Albert Baker went to Portland this week-to meet his father who .now live at Dundix. Mr. Baker, Sr., has invented an engine which is so small that it can be earned in one's pocket and yet it is a bility. Al- The IJUite Frinting OlHce. The Junction City Times, edited by Tlon. S. L. Moonhead, ex member of the Oregou Legislature and for several ses sions chief clerk of the Senate, has an apt and timely editorial on the State printing office and the management thereof. Mr. Moorhead, occupying the position that he does, is well acquainted with the workings of the office and says: "The fees of all state printing are fixed by law as well as the amount of printing necessary for the state's use. The vol ume of pripting for which the statp js liable is statutory and it is the state purpose of celebrating her birthday. The evening y as spent in qirds and conversa tion. Mrs. Ho'sapple has been suffering from a severe sprain of he ankle, jbt is pywableto walk with the aid of crutches. The dedicatory exerises of the Rainier M. E. Church were he.d" last Smday in accordance with the programme previous ly published in the Mist. The dedication serma.u was preached by Dr. Daniel I.. Rader; of the Pacific Christian Advocate. It was a very powerful sermon and was listened to with close attention by a large congregation. No contributions were called for toward paving for tbe church. The cct of church and furnish ings is about J3.CW0, a!! of which, except a very small sum, having been paid and the balance guaranteed. Ttere is practi- csy no debt. Dr. Hollingslpad conduct ed tkf. dedicatory ceremonies according to the'Methodist discipline. In the after noon a temperance rally was held, the principal address being delivered by B. Lee Paget. The evening sermon was preached by Dr. A. A. Luce, of the Dalles. All the services of the day were well at tended. The church edifice is one of the largest, best equipped and best erranged between Portland and Astorii. In the ev,??iug the church wa lit by electricity furnished by the Rainier Water, Light aud Power Co., it being the first public edi fice in Columbia County to be Ut by electri city. The church contains a large aud - torium, two class rooms adjoining (which ! can be combined with the auditorium, a pastor's study, a library room, a fine chc ir loft, a large Kimball church organ, a bel fry with a OiO pound bell, patent pews, staijied glass windows, and carpeted aisles. It is expected to excavate beneath the church and put in a large reading rocm for receptions and sociables. Revival services commenced Sunday night and are now in proxress. At the Tuesdav night service six conversions were re. ported. ' L. It. Rutherford visited Portland Mon day, to make arrangements tor an addi tional boiler for the Ruthexlord and Heacock mill, which will about double their jiresent power. Tbos. Lippey and wife, of Seattle. wer,e guests of Dr, Mossman last Mon day. Council meeting last Monday night. The old council wound up itp business and adjourned without dav. The newly elected officers were sworn in and the bonds of tbe treasurer and marshal ap proved. Little business was transacted. An ordinance was introduced providing for a franchise for a telephone system. Next meeting first Monday in April. Chairman Dean Hlanchard vetoed W. E. Ney.som's franchise. The old Glibbert shingle mill opposite Jlainier. at the mouth of the Cowlitz, was destroyed by fire at about 11 :Al) Tuesday forenoon. The dry kiln and a portion of the dock where shingles were stored The Mist publishes nothing from Ver sonia or elsewhere unless signed or from a regular co-respondent. TOtiETHEK. W. V. N. In the Chicago Tribune, We who grow old together. Who wander hand in hand Through fair and glooming weatlur, By mountain side and strand. We who share pain and pleasure. Who share both shade and sun, We have life's fullest measure When all is done. The olden songs and stories It is 10 them we rling: T' e oldeu golden glories Successive sunsets ri ng; Our haudtliSps grow the stronger Wuile we walK through the years; Our joy is but the longer For all our years. For us is ever glowing The rubvof the rose Tbe echoed summer showing Across the driit of snows; As ashes and as ember Tell of the cheering blare, So we old folks remember The wealth of days. We who share all our dreamings Of gladness we knew then Know that in fancy's zleamings Kach good houi lives again ; We who face one tomorrow Know that anear us stas A shea! whence we may borrow Our yesterdays. We who grow old together We have so much to share Of calm and lusty weather, Of clouded days and fafr ; The sunset shade grows fleeter, The twilight has begun, But life has been the sweeter When all is done. Sweet Sorrough. A maiden of ginger bread dough And her sweet little ginger bread bough And a warm friend or two, Very well bread and trwo. Went a baking one day in a rough. Said the little brown ginger-bread bough In a whisper confiding and lough "I'm so short I shall break But you do take the ceak You're the handsomest cookie I nough." But his sweetheart began then to grough Till she left her short swain far beiough. Then he uttered a sigh And the time honored crigh For a larger allowance of dough. A Scientific Wonder. The cures that Hand to its credit make Bncklen'e Arnica Salve n scientific won dpr. It cured E. R. Mulfonl, lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry, Waynes born, Pa., of a distressing case of Piles. It heals, the worst Burns, Sores, lioils, fliers, Cuts, Wound, Chilblains and 8alt Ulieuin. Only 25,: at Perry & fjra haui's, lloulton. UEfilSTKATIOX. j The following is the registration ' nrecincts ut to Wednesday ttinrnlni, ; was saved. The owner's name is Apiary printer s sworn dutyjto comply with the ! K- ore ana ne is certainly out of Auburn law. When printed matter is ready for '. luck- About a year ago be lost his left j Reaver Falls delivery it is measured by the printing hand in an accident, about six months j Clatskanie (exrrt. As this office is appointive, the nK lie cul oli tllree fingers of his right I ier Island ' present incumbent is a Democrat, lie is nana, ami now ne loses Ins mill, (ioble ao honest man and a capable oilicer. Af j If is reported that the Plytnoth Lum-' Marshland ter it is experted, the report is submitted ' ber Co. has leased its plant, and the mill to the Secretary of State. That official j is being put in order to resume business ' personally ineestigates every bill Ijefore it about April 1st. Nehalem (37 Oak Point 31 Rainier 218 The Bank 0 Rainier has put iu a new 1 Scappoose ! flight of steps in front of their bank j Union j building. I Warren. . . , 1 I Work on the new stone batjk has been suspended on account of the fresty ' weather. Total . 58 . 173 . 72 .1187 meets his approval. This is the course of all claims that emanate from the depart meet of printing as well 3 other depart pents of the Stat. "The State Printer has on file the re ceipt for every dollar's worth of priming iurnished bv him. which receint checks I pff with the books in the office of Jhe i Luml'cr I Plac'l tlie ground Secrstary of State. j for the new ho:el to be erectc-d by John State Printer Whitney is an honorable 1,1 "o!w man. clean morally and rocially, and A longshoreman's union was prganized every dollar received by him from the I Wednesday night by an organizer from State was honestly earned and hqijcsily ! Portland. They used for their meeting accounted for. ' j the tow'er room of the Masonic Hall. This is a great . State and requires aj Solictors for the rival electric light vast atnouBt of printing and we do n:,t i compaiii.es are getting busy. believe that one dollar's worth of unne-, Aimer Mcserve, who has been logging pessary printing is being 'worked off the Slate. --:' i - " -" 1 ! it is rumored that a new newspaper! r .. .. . " . . .... " ' ,u iu f .rolifitti'i, W.... m.i. a elinu of nil future, possibly by the Jst of Ar;rtl. ' J ' "'".""": "V '') fi. i I ,. ....... , ... Jr;aJ bojtw f; B Doctor are Puzzled. The remarkable recovery of Kennetli Mclver, of Vancboro, Me., is the sub. jcet of much interest to the medical fra. ternity and a wide circle of friends. He siys of !us caxfe; "Owing to severe in $ tinmnt ion of tlie throBtand congestion of the lungs, three doctors gave me up fodie, when, 11s a last resort, I was in duced to try Dr. King's New Discovery, nf riM.n u;..i.r x'..-i, ...i" t , : and I fl m hsn(,v In uv it ibvil-I t..T;r..,f in .nr. uoisapj ij i in-tuis city last Sat; ! iiires trie worst i;uiigna una Coldj, Uron ur'li'?'' "I chilis, Tr.nsilitis. Weak Luurfs, Hoarse- f ta t1..pal ,1.., i ...... . ' neru nun l.Hijrippe. I llll ril H 1 fC1 J Rt 1W ry A (irnhniii's, ' Trial lj'j(t!e fre. v COLUMBIA COUNTY'S PROPOSITI) COURTII OUSI? JONATHAN BOURNE. JK. ,l s: M - T A ft ; f -- - tiiftoti& fi'fi -S ' k ' -; I i." - ; - u'-v - - - ; T i - . JOB PRIWTIIMC IS OUR BUSINESS WK Iiuvk Mi ami most l'iiIlvjiiipM'(l.l(ib hint inir Olllftlu Coin iiibin County Jmi ur ai r fitritircil to do alt hi n ils of Prhi ting on short iiohrr ami at most rtasonahlr vices k TRIAL Will CONVINCE OREGON MIST t 4 KNIGHT'S wfe SS?J t Vormcrl) Dilh s::J WnslilnRton j ksl HAVE MOVED An.l Iff. IM.H 1. rNltll t 16J WISH . . 113 THIRO I iirixiu I tin- N"rtUrt turiitr Wii'.hiiitijii and Tsur l KNIGHT' Walkover and Sorosis Store l-ormcrly J?if th and Wa.hinton Republican Candidate for U. S. Senator wnrnfiffmwfl?wnfnf nrwwwwwwwnfW!!fr It" srn'K irii mvi.r ft n- -rr E O0W DVTHn dic sawmill ; 1 I .1 I ... . n J . 2 I Receiving- New Goods livery Day i In Week. -I CIIA31PION OF STATEMENT ONE. Jonathan Uoiiriic, Jr., caudid:ito K-fore the U.-piililii rin primaries !ur the nun illation of United Sen.itor in Contrrct, for lli limit term ,v ieinjii M.iHi: 4 PK)7, was Imrn in New ldford, Mhss., l'obri'ary l;',, IK", ; ws ice'iiUr uf tlio class of IA" ut Harvard University ; came to Portland May 10, whs n Republican member of tho ijreson Ix-niidatnre in tho -sii.jii of lHj md tlio ex tra session of IW; was piio of Oregon's duleatcs to the P.itpuMircti Nni.n.il Cunvention of 18. and Oregon's meinlKr of the Kepublican Natiot.il Coiuiiitl fnnii 1.SS to 1H.4.', ami u deleifato to tlie republican N;iinml Convfuiimi of ; k'SJ ; and was elected as a Mitchell Kepnhlicsn to the Oregon InUlntilre in 1HW. Mr. Bourne has liwn more prominently identiiied with the tl,,velunnent tf the min-ral reources of Oregon than ntiy other mai, in the !tute, bavin;; i-xpctnleil in the last ID years over il.OOt'.UOJ of Ins own money in the aoinisiliun mij de velopinent ot Oregon mines. . ' While. Mr. n inrne has had his residence ni.,1 main office (U Portlnpd siliix he has had another OlHce at Xew IV-.liord, Ma., mid has rarrie. on the buiiueiw of his father's estaus sines 188'J. whirli iiinltes him faiiiiliar with ninny of lliu Ur'B intere-ts and leading men of the Kast. Toese junliflctkru, iiiconjunrtioi with his energy, originality, eneoitive ability HI,J experioiieo in busiiien an I political affairs, pre-einijieutlyqnalify him for makiivj mi able an.l iuguniia Senator for the .State, of Ore.' in. Mr. Bourne lias always favored extending the direct poirer of tlie penplo omr their Government as far ns possible. He wasone of the leading spirits in the Iniiiu live mid Iteferendiim moveinent from lBlKi until it was approved bv the voter at the June election in IXii. In UM-l ho was a member of the executive cmiiuv. tee of the Direct Primary Nominations U-agiir, and holds the samu p uutioii witv the People's Power laitun at this time. In all thew moveuienis he hus Uilu one of the few to Kiaraiu., tuo necessary expense, of preparing nud propaiSL' tteir niensiires to the peojile. He says that the choice, of Untied .Stales Senator slrxild bo by direct vote f the pijople, and that the Legislature should be i:yiuil!ed to e)i; t the man the BTOKE 3 5r Uaj a ;:-.utiU'ni ( l-ilk! t-tkhdnio ,,r Only tin, IVii In I General Merchandise! 3 I Dart & Muckle. liiiiUiiLiUiuiiiiUiiiiiiJiiinjiiiiL in jii in in in in in in in in mii people select, fo accomplish llns result he is cliampioniuj. Statement No. 1 tlie prunnry elections law a, the only method by w hich public opinion crystallized and made i-flcctivti upon the I.'i;islatiire. I may bu Libor; fjood on Rait In his petition for nomination he says: "If I am nominated and elected, I will during my term of office; Favor: Republican Politics. Amending United States Constitution for People's Election of United States Senators, Publicity Political Campaign Expenses. National Control of Corporations in Interstate Commerce. Kigid Exclusion of Asiatic Coolie r t1. - 1 r- wages jvtaKe vjoou citizens, Legal Limitation Labor Hours for Safety roads. Parcels Post, Including Rural Delivery. Pure Food Laws. ' liberal appropriations for Panama Canal, Coast Defenses, River and Harbor Improvements Tn. eluding Columbia and Willamette Rivers, Coos, Yaquina and Other Oregon Harbors, Cclilo Canal, Government Canal at Oregon City, Fair Share Irrigation Fund for Oregon. Loyal support of Successful Candidates. Rigid Enforcement Statement One. .Roosevelt for Second Elective Term. I desire that the following statement be printed afur my Mime ou me nominating ballot: Tiit Oregon Mist and the Metropolitan and Rural Home, an Agricultural pper, one year for $1.00. Ask toe Traveler He will Tell jou Tliat the NORTH COAST LIMITED Mectric Litflilwl, is the rnirk Train ofTJii'iii All fin' Comfort ami Klc- OREGON and union Pacific HI'H Ul, ,r l, K....I ' ..ft' " Vln MlllillHvli.u ; ' tl I Hi I. f'r ii-iflftt' V K j u"f.'f. I,. ..l,n... 1 1 i,.,,. u!u U'.llJ , ..... 1 1 .M ' ''ur rAli iu. 'nl fiiirllirri. liit-i.i Imlly I A. M. I'sil)-, I . A. M Dull). The Tickut frllWc at I'ortland isut 255 Morrison, Cor. 3d, Portland A. V. CHARLTON Aiai$lant Central Pautnger Agtnt PORTLAND. ORFGON T UrTT T CnnnAiin t . , . T-, . I j. yupurruAi ntiiSjUiiN T ROOSEVFr.T"i " ,:''-' '"' rm DETERWINATJONTJIAT JUSTICE BE DONE ALL I om ,,,,, Cll,l. ATI. NN'rl.' "k.M'HIH ; (V1' "l Jnrtl,,, ,n II,,,,,.. D.li,. THKKK D.VIIA' TUAl.NH . ' oB am, i'oint.m ea8t.' ' Lowkr Columbia Rivj:r. 1'ir AKtorlu ....1 Invr A.l.irU l 7.1m finiiliiy, y lll'lll-llll I1, ll. turn Hvlunliiy III Ml . i , , i.iini:. K,t,,i,liii( il'iin vl(.,r 1 wnAIUi i M'nuvt Aui nl, Pontl.AM) Or. WTAHIIfintD uu. MEN- patwra f , -r ut. jofnec. I'KANK' U'vrninn Tcli-i'rmn, VIMM I', ll Ills Afjcnl JOHN A. DECK ' nrtr.nn ' Watcbes, Diamonds, Silverware, ..JtwcLnY.;.. Io'intiiiii-ruSprriiilty.. ,