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la tor HWlir . mm. at. MttHlll F 7 i.m to mm timet oi t . . i il... R)iibllc fceclprluw' r M tirillTI!. ill n t . . - - ""T""" . '? .r" 1 v thW for .p. f''I. I Vmkrt.connkh. Uim WOUlt Diirliijt tlie jiiist yeur lUt city ol BClfctuii hm hI1 1 .(MM! of iU Indebtedness, fMi interest nml lint greatlyjlucrcased Hit cnU'lcnccy of the water yteiu. Ttic retiming indebtedness I about 2,WiO, Incurred by iturclinnltiu l If!"iiniililii County uDrt ! Improving ! water nyrtt.it. The f , ... Republican voten at ' original cost ol the system wa. 3,000, nd owr 2U00 keen txjNHided In Im provetiieiils, Coi.uubia'b Fink AHiM,KBumplc of Northern Spy apple from the orchard of Ah Ilolt'lay, ol 8cupjoo, Columbia County, were went to the Orroiiiiiii uffice jcslenlity. The fruit win large, sound, well colored nml juicy. A plciiilitl how liiX for apple at thU bctwiatatid tad ween season.-Orrgimlan, lr IteprwcwtaUv " .......If aa mmll. fPl.y aiilioun '"'" : " ,rn,m.lntl forth ofnt4-p. ivc auMrct to the action of the ,UVC' ' .1.. Wl nrlinarles. rl,TrvsiM ,,,lhereiit t' the lmary Icilrr and "'il ,on of franchise. htoaoiw 7. .... ., M- . i ce the itttutlMrr ol gtonum .. I taxation of enrrtln and in ,1. ,- ','A(i,,J. or I'atuty flrrk. it .... m MM.tl. trt,y announce wyc - - rllic RcpilWwan nomination tCouiitrtli-rk,ut-t to the tlie Republican voter at the Primary lilecllon, to. b held ,Ke utynrlf H X( l,cvol m' , cuiinty business esduslvelv. II. 15, LA BARK. for 1'entitjr C lerk. file 1 hit p tlllot, with Uie re- havt my ..tiiiiiirr vi sk'., . . .. .i.. ..in..!..! H.iinhirttitlff ,ntnri " I ,rrct)V announce rajntu . . . . - i .. f.i.w i i ilie drciii.n ol the KcpuWICan i Die piiuwry electUm Ajil SO. V. A. I1AKKI.-J. r or Mate I'r ntrr. uriVriK"'' annouuee inm-i. ,!,lu n candidate lr renomioatwn t'e I'rititcr. ut.ect to lte dcci.los Kepuhlican at the primary ti A.il) . srrunt! rirl lerw, ,, that h lcn accorded to Slate ,'Krnc:lly,tht ol a rcnowtlnation, (.neatly aflf-trd. J. R. WIIITNI'.V. tiy. OtcfB. Seed lit emlleit variety and quantity. Garden Hrcdi, I'lower Meed. Whyavnd away (or them M. C. OUAY, Ht. Helen. -. x r t 1" r .A. WP r w w w w k t Hie M.l Hall al "y iiU wan uccca Inevery jMrttcuwr. .t4 bciii aWnt The halt ithrr crowded r danclnx. yt all Led l eny themeWcitJrunghly. e punch w acrved free to all ano t and lc crcm cre add. The h u. rved at the Heuuns rwi.icmx. i m.... i umUlolici. codec, ami a liuunol dillcrtnt varlcltea ol line Tlnr who did not care to dance Ld ilicwwlvc hy cardplarinK In the uic '.ictiie loom. The Utle are :ied over their auweaa and lect am rwrded (or their hard work. muni to nee tlie mau woo iwj- . i.uutliinif unWMtal. We alwa t to have thl kind of weather in ..... . ... .1. 1.. ..I Ml ;cr. liiUlut aim im.iui", kainc, wre viailora to St. Ilc'eita Siiturdny evening lu attcntUncc "ix'n Line l.oilj;t. pty iiiterrtl on time drpoit. and cc u. Colunihla County COUNTY COURT. The following claim agulnat the ev ernl nwd dlstrkt wnre allowed mid the clerk ordered to draw warrant in pay ment of anmu. R. D, 7. V I, Drown f22 50 l.oval lirown.,,.,, , si fjy Iwmun Hr )W I OHiimu Hro 80 Grant W Girt II 25 I. Bwctt, , 30 48 R. 1). I. J RHIkkIiiIjoUoiu,.,. iafe lliown K. 1). H Wanter II Waaler. . , J Wauer Uuble Milling Co .... K. I). lUlorgren $ Hi BO J T Clink '. (I .2 J A Amlcrnriu i'red liill , . I II Kdwarda Oluf OUn... C l.iiidlxitu . 0 00 8 HO , 8 00 . 8 , 23 . 10 l.etuiard Ward M Krch C II JOiglinli... 1(1 OA 11 3D 10 IV 75 ft 40 111 ib 11 00 It. U. 0. J. ('. Walt ha filed with the clerk lcclaratorv lalement a cnuillillc the office of repreacnlallvc from Col li Coiuilg. Mr. Wall. In hi tle- tdrclari- himself lu fovor of Mate- tNo 1. Ir. W. T. Watt, of Soatlxc. lm 1 lii aunouiu'ciuciit to Itccome a can ic lor Uic o.Tuc of county urvcyor, diitii ol which ofliva he la now fill " K in In. third term. We will ncll you a draft on Indon, K'.w, llcllant, l'urin, II. rllit. Vienna. una, Aiiiklcnlaui, or any place in Mic and our churue are inall. Col- 1'iii Con n I v Hank. I'o SiiHHll'f l' Cl.aT.VT Mr. Mer- l l'miicruv. auent for the Vancouver inrtiiliou Co. at Antoria, la a candi- ic (or the ofllce ol thcriff of Clatanp untv. Mr. Pomerov 1 a native of Mitir, In thl county, anil a on mir old acriuniutniica, Han. Merrill mrrny, who repreaented Coluuibia ty in the Leglalntun) many year H. He lm the reputation ol lwing a luirmiulily clllclcnt limn and would make rtatsop County a good ihcrifT. I'r.vMoi'Tii Rock Kcr.s I'or aide at f kr aetting of fifteen egg. Iwiricd Plytn P'ttli Rock and full blood. duo. Pkkhv, Houtton, Ore. When vou wh)j to tend nway money, rmnc and imrchaae a Kcw York draft, 1viiIiIk on demand any ldace lu the I'nitcd Mutes, and our charge are ainitll. Culiimliia County Hunk, 1'KATIIH I'HOM )l'TIIKkU Two 'cii'di Irom dliitheria have occurred In the family of Geo. ' ApiUciiitf-rg, of Go hie, iliiriiii; tlie oust tun week. There afe nine children In the fuuillv and ev-i-'fy one of tlietn have hud the cllacnae. It now under control and no more dentil are feared. Coroner Cljff liuy hud charge "1 the matter and hm done everything Hint wii neceuury or possible to prevent 'ue mmnd of the dlneane. We know we enn lie of ervle to vdU. Coie and inuke a dt-poitit with u and pay all your bill by check, which give you a receipt to which you run alway refer. Columbia County Hank. I.akk Sunt SriK'K 'hm Nkw Mr. A. Hun ham hu taken a contmct to build twu mile of the I'oitland and .Soulliweit cm railway lor the Chapman Lumber Co, It will be a broad gauge, up to date road. The contractor began to drive till ing March 1'ith. The road brgiu a quart er ot a mile norlb o( Mr. and Mr. P. A. Krulw' residence and will drive 2HW feci ol ml I way on the river (runt property of Mr. I. A, I'rake. Thence running wot on Die (arm ol Mr. I'rake and ad joining neighbor, with two utile ol trealle to the ItiKhlaiid. Thi railroad run through the north Nirt ol SrapaKne, thence up North Scapppuoae Creek to the Chapman l.unilarr Co'. immcUK tract of timber. It U encctcd that the rund will be completed by June I. Columbia, a utuat, wan the ftrt cotinly to pay It State lane. We ara. out ol debt and pay c!i. Coluitilita ha now enjoyed thl duUnclion lor aeveral year. WaUO 1'ob Sm.K-A .T Mitchell wagoo, three inch lire, and a f 10 art of double hatnc tor ! lr fHH). Have lud one yeai" ue. W. V. Co"Jer, War rtn, Or. Tli blgKf'l Uytr in the county i Ibe Ikniou I'ggtng 4t Lumbering Co., it Ue amounting to f'.nM. Awcwur Lawand lrHity Knn trt ed on tin ir tour of Columbia County on Monday I Ml. Mr. Jiiwph Shorpack.ol Portland, lia purchased Mr. Kolwrwin uie.il market. and will take charge ol the l.ulnc tlie fif.t day of April. It U alo uii.lcratmxl Dial he will pir lia.e Jo. Hayburn' lrm on Sautic iiland. o amount t'K mall to ttart an ac ciuiit with the C'uluntbu County Hank Vote tor Wm J. Clarke lor Stale Print tron primary day, Apr I .(lilt. Mr. Clarke U one of the oldcat priutcru in tnc Male and oneof the bctl known country editor in Oregon. Hi nomination will liealri- bulc lo Die cotintn prc and they arc backing him licavily lor the place. Re nicinUr. the name of Win. J. Clarke i the fiwl .ne under the head of .Stale Pi inter. I have nioiiev to bun on approved iPOWK.L. St, Helen. Oregon. Sihixd re.rt card the very best form ft per hundred, with cnvelojar. Mr, Hurry Went, o( .Vapiae. ha l"f needling walnut tree which were grown Irom uiil Irom a needling tree at St lfel- The St. Helen tree luw la,rnc rvg- ularlv every year for many year. Mr. U'm'i tree arc ttlno Uarnig regularly. T-n ol Hie tree arc larger than the oth er two and aUo Uar larger nut. The .piulity ol all the nut i eiccllciit and Uic larger one are larger in i than rmiiiiii-n-lal walnut, l'rom HID m'"H -. a German lu hi employ who wa familiar with walnut growing In Germany, Mr. Wertleameil that the nut fciiould be wonhed lu clear water ut ai.on a they . I,.. .1 L. This Wllsll- are remoxu imm - I T Ion aril I.owiiiiiii Wilton .. Auio A Hull A Capliu II 1. Darling Joi n Wollc Iv Itlcknell II lioun Grunt Girt Ilicknelt & Wilder J K Stewart i-red frow C C WiUin II I) Kichardkoii , . . John Kice M IUIU He Co yatt Si Co , C C Wilnou.. $ a 60 .10 . i0 . ti . ft . 28 12 . 20 25 . 42 . 4 U . 37 .100 . 17 1(2 ii ii i - :i oo . 20 . 15 . 4 50 . 14 . 4 40 A J Demlng tatloncry 15 15 Martin White pontage (or hertH' omce '. . 10 W I) Hurt bridge on Pebble creek. 29 00 Montgomery Turner name., 10 11 Trenkmaui ACotujip'teiforrock crunhcr 5 30 Caper Libel work on cruthcr and county com. , 75 80 II L Colvln county com , .25 On thi day the following bill wa dis allowed by the court Magnu Haxon ue ol gasoline launch lor aucMor., 6 00 vekiiaIthms. Ray Mill i home from Yankton for a week or ten day vlalt with hit mother and brother. The Orange wilt give mother basket aocliil at their hall on Wedneaday eve ning, April 4th. It will be matqued a flair. The object il to raise money for the new hall. K. It. Throop left Tucaday morning via CluUkanle for Kattern Oregon, where ably repttxent the intervit of her people at WaHhlngton. Mr. Cake it strongly opposed to the importation of Chinese coolie labor and for that reason believes that the Chlnene Exclusion Act should be kept on our statute book. He advocate the election of United Mates Senator by direct vote of Hit ptople, and if elected will do all lie can to bring about thi important reform, War Washington Letter. Warkinctox, V. C. That all Oregon land now embraced within forest reierve which i more val uable lor othtr than timber purpose, may be opened to private ownership and development, Senator l'ulton lots Inau gurated a movement to have presented to the Interior Department authentic state men t of the people contlguou and most interested. The Senator began with Lane county, which, from reports seemed to offer a striking example ot the evil. Judge Chrisman, of Uno, aay that at least 10,000 acre of land within the boundaries of hi countv and now embraced in the he will icnd a few week near I'rlne- j (oret reaerve. i amenable to agricul R. 1). 3. Clin Wallace . . . A Wtkntrom Jame Kice A Mclnlyro Allen WuImjii ... lltKIUl JUoyd K Jeffrie C JCIIMTII R Kappler J Kappler P Amicrou J W Nowlca Perry l.niliam Klicrmau llroa. . , . II llrouglit 3 00 . 2 . 20 . 27 '. 4 . 21 . 20 . I.'l . 11 . i:i . 13 . 10 . 21 . 60 . 2 R. U. 4. 0& WSPipe Co U 40 tin this day the following claim againit the countv were examined by the court and allowed, and the clerk or dered lo iue warrants on the general fund in payuteul thereof. (jla it Prudhouunc stationery . Irw in Hodttn Co name .... . . llunhoug V Co auuie f 0 m 87 00 40 25 00 5 1 20 5 2S 2 75 50 13 25 8 : 4 55 13 20 14 Oregon Mi t same R 11 Mitchell same Martin White Mine I, R lliirnhaut rent lor Hopkins family Prank W Wood med att on same . H McVcy aupplic for MctHmnld Ininilv St. Mary' Hospital care ol potson 41 30 Herman IMtcr moving rock cruu- er Ileall A Co wipplic for crusher. . . . Hoiicymaii Hardware Co wheelbar row lor crusher outlit Oregon Wood t o fuel for county oflicc livening Telegram ad for bid lor ilau for court house T B Loll culling fuel lor county ollice II R Cliff coroner and postage H P Wulkiu uiukiug jury lift ot I'nion pecinct W W Illakcaley same C H John Mime Ruby Jackson teacher' examina tion Mr S S Way same R It Mitchell stationery I'red Trow snpplie for Jordan Ii McVey supplies for McDonald family V P Mucluy, stipplic for county charge Clttlskuuie Drug Co nudiciuc for countv charges r a KiimI return ol poll tax ille gally collected II p Walkin acting coroner 1) S llurii juror iniptest on J D Hiidill C R Dodge wme ville with his ton Lewi. This will be 1,1 firtt vacation from the busy life he hat been leading for the past year or The church and Sunday tchool have their committee aptKiinted and art be ginning preparation for an Hauler ser vice, which begin thi year April I5th. I.. Ilulrn Crouse came oner from Ilonl ton with a boot and thoe "drummer" lunt Thursday who (old quite a bill to !. W, Ken ey. Jt i Mr. Kearey't in tention to increase liis stock of merchan dise in all line thi spring and summer, and Ihua to be ready for trade when the rush come with the new railroad. Mr. Redmond has thi week had a new porch built in Irout of l.er hotel. She hat rented and fitted up the Laven der house, just ncroi the street from the hotel, so as to hnve room to accom modate the transients during the sum mer. Last Thursday night she had bout all she could accommodate w ith bed. Road contract for permanent work near here were lul lart week and Lon milium got the one from the I'.raden Hill cat to Ilridge street ; 1. W. Keaey the one pear the Taylor UriJire; D. T. arly the one near the Adam bridge and lo a small out for some grading on the road east from Adams; C. B. Armstrong irot two or three up tlio liver in the annahan m-iuliboihood ; and Alex Sword that on the IVbble Crock road. In District 14 V. B. Mellinger, T. B. Mills, C. Keasev, and John Cheldelin car ried iiffuiost of the contract work. Then ere no bids fur the pecial work lip about Kiit, and on tome sections bids ere not satisfactory, so that our super- ici ri w ill have Kjint thiiig to do lu the HTiiiaiient line during thu iiiuimcr. Hailcy Hi-dmoud has taken the entire mail route between here and Houlton oft W. Rice's bands and will conip.ete the contract, which expires July 1 neit. He and Will Lindsay do the carrying. one ot tin m g dug through from Vernon- j ia lo 11 u'ton, the other coming through from Houlton to Vernonift each day. The n ntract after July 1 baa not yet b.-en let, a we undi-nl.tnd, no one be- nit willing to take it at the Government offer of JI500 a veur, the amo a I now bring paid. There ia no money in it at hi figure. At the raucu held at Zillgitt't Hal! last Tuesday evening the following city ticket was put in nomination to be voted upon at the city election to bo held April via: President of the Council, K. Sesseninn; Mcmuertol me council, Malmtten, 1. W. Keasey, A. tin- uions and R, M. Ward ; City Recorder, A. Malnistcm ; Oily Treasurer, C. 1.. 0 18 2 10 4 05 3 00 25 05 1 5 ng keep the shell light colored and at- tractive in appearance. Mr. r "" hi mil in the house, Mil h nc wc,SIMK'"t raising on a larger scale it woul.i nc ncc- j w A n,gi,r(lner same CMarylohave a drying hou of some : j.; jf Hareit satuc kind Oregon Agriculturalist. j u i.axc same Tol-AaMKaa-The Mist hi reccivedjM llhickford registering voter.. U..II.... . .rv louir list of ; W L Urowtt sup r d 7 mIiU, ul.llsl.ed by the detriment of It R Cliff med alt county charge mint iim" j ... i. i i u ..( nr l- viTthiikr v rurrcu Arlculttire. They lnclu.ieuc . Tli.. Vcedimi ot Animal;" and How lo Kill Them;" hn'e:" "Potato Culture ; turc;" "Care lijc "Weed road Siloa and SI- J M Payne cnamutan amc "Onion Cul-; Sherman Saxon wuc . . .! l'..ciiiiff of Powls; ' tieOrniKCBau... ...v BDISOEJ! German Coach. Stallion Owned by the ClaUkanie German Coach Horse Company, will make the season ol 1000, commencing April 10, at follow; Tuesdays at Deer Island WedneHdays at Hoalton Thursdays aud Fridays at Hcappoose Saturdays at Holbrook. J.T. GRAHAM, Manager C. riHC'MEK, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. KAIXIER CRKOON Hulfirld; City Marchall, C. V. Mill. ia a good ticket. It . 15 80 State v V :.; '. ..l'mniiiir :" and very H 1' Watklns j oi r ,ay other, that'should b. Interest J-& me! I ! ! list, ami i7 i... -- on application. office . . .. ,-.. I i.r II O.......U ll'itl'llLTS eX i nm MouTOr.i( n. copy .v 5 85 U 60 3 50 20 10 50 assessor 10 j 50 . ... . I, It IVHMUIl ,,V,i,.J mortgage given ll.e l nio.i ir , 'att aw postage in assessor' office 30 ...iv of San l'rai.clsco on the pro-erty of A T Law posing i he Pacific railway and Naviga t. 1 ' -iln.r al ue from llilli the const, with a connect on at -appoosc. ,, Ven filed In the office o emmty 2!'.!. e i.ed'to imve th. ! C If Hrljlg Ptffc '.'."Trn u.ok within the ro:tu coiupii-iv-. ... . year. , Mr H. 1. re lurta hn purchased Uriiin nrother' ...loon and will move here with ,U f mliy" Mr- l'"r ft J ip? "lor of the Hotel S y, of Sand lioiwlble, m A Lively Titasio ion CO., I V Nowel sup r a. Illsboro to i A i Aaron same 0. . . . M l'resh same 4 15 Wasser same o. 00 04 37 10 25 25 1 80 beskie....... " H 0 Howard plunking for r d 0. . . 93 50 M KIH & Co spikes for same 42 Perry Graliam supplies ior n cr r. w Kicltardaou ntnount ovcrdis- bursed a sup r d (I T I II Copclund postage stationery and trnv exiienses ". - 2;J 07 Hudson Co election supplies a.) i J WITIIVCOMBK'S PLATTFORM. To F. I. Dunbar, Secretary ol Stato of the Slate of Oregon, and to the Repuli- lican party and the elector ot Oregon in tlio Stato of Oregon: I.James Withycombe, retide at Cor vallis, Ut'iiton Countv, Oregon, and my ivolofflJO address la"CorvallKrfgon.' am a duly registered inentoer oi me Republican party. If I am nominated for the offlco ot Uovernor, at the primary nominating election to bo held lit the State of Oregon the twentieth day of April, 1900,1 will accept the nomination and will not withdraw, and l! l am elected I will qualify a such officer. It I am nominnted and elected I will, durin my term of ollice, advocate and support: Taxation of franchise and gross earn ings tax on telegraph, telephone, express and sleeping car corporations. Uniform assessment and taxation ot railroads. Slate regulation and examination of State and private bank, tmet companies and savings bank. Protection ot the State in it owner ship of public laud. A Board of Control for Stato institu tions. One board for management of Norma Schools. Improvement ot tho Columbia and Wilhinctte river and coat seaport. National ownership of the Oregon City locks. Constitutional amendment permitting the Uovernor or people to veto individ ual items of appropriations. . Form for nominating ballot "An lion ! est and fearlo perlornianoe ot public duly." ture, horticulture and livestock raising. This statement by one who is in position to be informed lias been taken for the basis tor action. Senator Fulton seeks the (igned itatement of all cbizen of Lane county who are informed on the subject, and when gathered, if these bear out the report, will present them to the forestry bureau as reason why uch land should be reopened to private ownership. It seems apparent that the Governments experts often differ with local resident regarding the real value of forest land for various purposes. A thee expert ar not alway familiar with local condi tions, and the resident of the communi ty who are accustomed to build home in forests should be, a full expression ot cntiment and judgment by the practical man is sought. If land Is found most valuable for it timber, the Senator ay be will nut be a party to any effort to throw it open, if the reserves are beld to reasonable bound. After getting at the bottom of existing conditions in Lane County, it will be the purpose to take up other counties afleoted by the reserves, until all agricultural land has been elimi nated. In the past the agents of the forestry bureau have traveled over with drawn areas, soundiug local sentiment, but complaint ha been made that orae of these agent art over-zealou in the reserve work, and instead of reflecting local sentiment as to the value ot every part of the withdrawal for various pur poses were eager champions of making the reserve as Urge as possible. Tlie work now undertaken is to put in orga nized form local thought on the values of limited sections ol the reserve; and final ly determine what may be developed otherwise. No doubt can be entertained oi the enactment by the House- ot the measure for the relief of Nori' em Paciflc Laud grant sufferers. Favorable report of the committee on public land has been made, which insures enactment ol tlie law by the House. When it beoroes effective, the settler will at la-t be as sured enjoyment of their homes, while ilie comptny will be amply remunerated pursuant to the decision oi-the Supreme Conrt. Eastern papers have taken up discus sion of the matter of putting reclamation work uiore directly under Congress. Note is being made of the act that in no other department baa one official sucb enor mous power and latitude as in prosecui- ine reclamation work. The theory of the change is to have projects submitted lor appropriation Or cotigres. low ag itation i without anv cbarjre of dishones ty or misappropriation by the Secretary ol the Interior, being based upon the gen eral practice thai t;.e power is too vast and the duties too exnausitve ior one uuium - CALL AS1 SETTLE As I am about io retire from business in St Helena, I request all who have ac. counts with me to call and settle, as I desire to collect all due me and pty all that I may owe. Call at the St. Helens Meat Market. 2t R. II. ROBF.RSON. JR.H. B. CUFK, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON 8T. 1IKI.ENH, OUKfiOK. JR. EDWIN ttOHH. PHYSICIAN & SURGFON 8T. HELENS, OEEUf J STORIA & COLUMBIA RIYER fi RAILROAD COMPANY. DAILY. 34 r. a. 7 oo t Oi 10 4t 90 t IS a t K7 10 0 10 0 IU JO M SO A.M. I 00 0 . M 4S.S IS H i 40 &. bO 0 I 10 03 (2 It 10 (41 I 21 71 1 10 S 7 T; 10 S l; S3 Ml 11 IS 96.4 It SO M S STATIONS DAILY. (.v PerttsoA Ar 11 .... .obl .... ....Kslnler ... ... Pyramid... -ifV" ....Qufner .... .. CUuksul.. .. Marshland.. .. WMtpan... .... ( lifton.... . ...Knipp.... ... Sveoson.... ..Jotau bar... Ar. Astoria .l.r sr. 14) 10 IB t U 17 5 u I too 1 4 t lTA 7 64 t4W. Of mm t OH U 6 ( I 16 t 07 7 K 7 4 7 r 7 2 7 17 7 t 42 t n t M It All trains msk cIom saosetlon st Gobi lih MurtlKia Fselrte tralu to sad Irom th Eutsadaouu points. At rortiaaa wiu u Mn lunif L'nlan danot. it Astoria with I. H. m 1. CO. ! uoat ana nu ua im mvmnvi T. i. Pottsr Is and tros Ilwseo aad Kertk Bnch io1dm. I'ssMiirvn fur Astorlt or r point mutt sI train t Hoiillon. Traiu will stop to 1st ps Wnsert oif si llou!tnn hes eomlag Irom potDM wcuof Uukl. M. C. siby. oca. rsu. AiuAstonaaWt 8UMH0R8. In th Circuit Court of tneMtafsrri Oresjoa lor lb County f Columbia. The rortland l.nmlwr 4:., enrpamUow. pUistiA, vs. Diiltl T. Younsr, d(mlMit. To Ilie abort asmcit aclendanl, DanMl T. Yotiinr: In the hm of IhsaistaolOrMm Tonsrt) kretii required In sinar and aiwweff Ct, com- rimliit hert-in on or beforv the Slat fMrol Mrelrv last, said date acin mure than U oaeka Iron Ilie dale nl llr pwi.ll, allon ol this sum mow, ml said dale bain alter I ha time pnacrtbad kr bj law and lr aal'l -iirt lur the pnMiealiun ol this summon., and II you fall so loanpoar aid answer, plalntin will apply to thecoma for tho relief demanded ia tho complaint, to-wlt: For a decree reloritilna the dturrtoUon In con. ay -a tire from detendatit to oue i. 0. Yaou, datad ' Kebrnary 24, ton, ao aa to eonferm r the da acripilon or the land sold and Intended lo b conveyed Ihereliy, lo-wlt:fri'ha stmib halt of the smith half of eectlon H4. tiNvnahlp 7 north, ranice a west of th Wlllamaitv Meridian, In Columbia i'oiinl)r, Orcifou, and W ge'irl eiinitalde relief. Thlaautniimnala pnl,llahel onee a week for six cnnaecutlr weeks lr onler of B. M. Ilatlan, roniitr Judge of Coliiinlila Countr, Oseicon, and dalol Hie Ulli ilar of February, I'ju. Theilair of the Hrst iMiltllcalloii of this mm mom ia February IMh, iwio, and th date of last publication thtSOIh dar of March, I'jna COOVK KT A TA VhKWH, Attoracji for rialullff. NOTICE FOB PUILICATIOM (Timber Und. Act Jims , WT t United Hlalrs Iind uflle. Portlaml. Oregon, January II, lisjt. Nntfee is hereby Ktieu that in t-ompliauee with the provllona of the aet ot Congieaa ot June a, 1H7. enlllled "An ai.-t for the sale of limber lands In the stales of California, Oregon. Nevada and Washington Territory, " aa eaieod ed to all the Fnplic Land Htaies by act of AiistimI 4. WJ1. l.loyd I.. lM-tritk,of FiUborfi,Coiinly of Columbia, Htate of Oreeon, has this day tiled In tills office his sworu statement No. 07.V.!, for lb purchase of the east of tha aotitheaal w and In Townithlp No. a north. Itanire No. 4 weal, and will offer proof to show that the land aouirht la more valuable for Ita timber or some than for aKrli-nllural i nrpoaes, and lo establlah hiarlalm lo aaid land befisre the Uexister and Iteeeiver of this offiee at Fnrtlaud. Oreeon, on Wednesday, the 2Kb day of March, Ivos. He names as witnesses: 8. P. Ballard, of Pittaburx, (irexon; Albert Parker, ol Pitlaburf, Ores'in: (eo. Armstrone. .f PUKburg, Oregon; Andrew Klliot, of Pittsburg-, Oregon. Any and all persons claiming adversely the aiiove-riiiif-rlbed lands are requeated to Ole their t-iuima in thisofnee on or before said 2Sth day of March, laou. AUIERNOX 8. DBESSKR, Hegiater. SUMMONS In the Clrrnlt Conrt nl lha Slate of Oregon, for the County of Columbia. The Benson Lnegtnf A LuwiberingCo., aeor- C, rail, n. plaintlrr, vs. Kilev W. Allen aad Mrs. iley VV. A lien, his wile, defendants. To the -iefendants. Riley W. Allen and Mrs. Klley W. Allen, his wife: In the name of the State of Oregon too ar hereby reo,nired to appear and answer the com ? taint herein on or before the 3lst dar of March. H: said dale being more than six weeks from the dale ol Ont publieallon ol this summons. OF INTEVnOX TO APPLY 'OU Liql'OK LICKH8B. To all persons concerned, and to the legal voters now actually nwtdiiw in Hcipnoo Precim-t. OiluubU Couutr. Male of Oregon, ia .articw v and each of von will take notice and yon are herebv noiiHed that I, W. J. Cloninger, will ou Tuesday, ihe lotb day ol April. Its, apply I" the Honorable County Court of lha Slate of Oregou, in and for the County of Columbia, for a license to sen apinwious, vinoua ano man Hnnon and fermented rider la lesa onaniiiles than one gallon, for a period of six months, al Scapnoose. In iappooao Precinct, Cjliimbia Cnaiitr, Suie of Oregon: which application will be supporteo aua uaeu uiou me luimw lug peiittoii, lo-wit: PaTTITION. In the County Court of the State of Oregon for me county oi twuauia t.iu mailer of the ai.nlication ot W.J. Clon inger lor a license to sell spirituous, vinous and ma t liquors aad fermented elder in less quan tities than one gallon, at eeappooas. in neap pooae Precinct, Columbia County, Mate of Ore-gun. To the Honorable County Conrt of Colambls County. Oregon: We. the nnder IrncJ, comprising so actual majority of the b-jle number of legal voters of ScappooM Precinct, Columbia County. Male of Oregon, and wao now reside in and have ac tually resided in said ipooe Precinct for and said dale being alter the time preaaribed by said eoort and by law for th publication of this summons, and if you fail so to appear and anawer, plaintiff will apply to the court lor the relief demanded in the complaint, to-wit' For a decree of partition of the east half of the east half of section fourteen, township nve (3) north, range three west ol lbs Willamette Meridian, in Columbia County, Oregon, which aaid prop erly is now owued as follows: By the plaintiff an nndlriiled one-half Interest, and defendant, lllli-y W. Allen, an undivided one-half interest, with a contingent dower Interest In aaid Mrs. Kilev W. Allen, wife of Riley W. Allen, ia said Allen'a Interest, and for an order appointing referees lor Ihe purpose of making partition of mid real propertv according to law and the prac tice ol thlacoart: and that the costs of partition and of Ibis suit may be charged lo rne paruea herein in their )uat proportions and th same made a lien upon said land. 1 nis summons ia puniianeu onf-a- a wcea mr six consecutive weeks by onler of ft. S. Haltaa, Countr Judgeof Columbia Countv, Oregon, and dated ihe lab day of February, ltajs. The dale ol lae nrn piioiicaunu oi mis snm- nwus U February 16th, lsu. and the date of the last publication Is the anri day of March. IWaj. Attorneys lor Plaint! S. CUAIOIAN'S SALE vm Ice ia herebv eiven that bv virtue of an or der of the County court ol the stale of Oregon, for Columbia county, maue ana eniereu on ino 34ih day of February. Isut. in the maUer of the gtiardiauahlpoi tne eatete oi Aiireo m. won, an insane person, the nnderiigued as guardian of the tsuit of said lusaue person, will. on. from aud after the 31-4 day ol March, 190S, al the law office ol W. II. Powell, in 8u Helens, Oregon, proceed to sell, at private sale, for cash in hand, tne louowiug rewnnea reai propcriy belonging In said insane person, situated in the Coanty of Columbia, SUts of Oregoo, to-wit: The southeast quarter of section twenty, la township Ave north, range three west of the w tuametie jtenuiau, cuuuiuuii wn bhwku sixty acres. Any person desiring to bid upon said prop erty at such sale will sabmlt lha same lo me at MOUIlon, ureKon, or w j iHiflucii w. Powell, at St. Helens, Oregon. mora than thirty days Immediately preceding I the date of signing, nung ana ukpfiiuuhiw oi i ihis iiltlon. hereby respectfully petition this A Scientific Wbsttlerv Tlie cure that Hand toitt omKlmake Bucklen't Arnica Salve a scientific won der. It cured E. IU MulloruV lecturer for tlie Patrou of HuiUaiidl-yaWafiiet-bom, l'a., ot a dltrefaiii(. cat at Pilet. It heala the worat Burn,.S6rv Bout, Ulcer, Cut. Wound,, CltilUuis and Salt Blieuui. Ouly 25e at ferry Gra ham', Houlton. A SNAP" u.u.ni,lA Court to grant to W. J. Cloninger u.... tn Mil Knlritiioua. vinous and malt lio. uors and fenuenled eider in leas quantities than ..... ...ii, . mt i.-hi,im),mi. ill Bcanuooae Precinct. CliimWaCouut.v. stale ot Oregou, for a period of six months. ... t vw.,..n it ii. Hcmitier. Henrv vanucrrauM. u i UnWrv. D. Halch. K T. Gore. Heury lliishman. l-'reit Olason. rrauk Vatidemiosi, L. I. Iiug. i. Bushman, h. l. McKay, K. t . ii. .- i'.i.Vr j.i,u.n. w. W. West. John Eisen- t.,,'u. IV K RiniKwr. I. Loiulvmint. M. ADOU- t k. E. Wlckcrshaio. F. a. Hryaut. H. U. Me- vii.l H I.. Wnirlem. SI. D.Uleen. M. A.Bach- .i.i.. i: J Molomnn. Jeaa Foas. hob Ternahail. A. liarber, Oeo. E. Frokes. P. A. Prates. 8. Ber .1 m. Miidt-r. r. Mii.ier. J. T. Wuitten, Paul T,.n.v. is u iknimm. Otto A. Miller. Don- ,.,...1,1. u- a Kievna tleo. Wiest. J.Mark art, W. lien. John I blman. John H-vhk,Carl Codliat, Ira C. Miller. J. Znrlam. O. Smllh. a.V. F.. S. McAllister, If. Wet. W. Jeffs. H. A.Han- sou. A. Zeismaii, J. Hemuller. r. ta-nmuse, st. Slaver. Lewis tiraul. C. C. Smith. H. K. Gear hart A. B. Ilowden. A. Anderson. C. Kablnsty, O. C. Kablnsky. H. W. Kabiuakv, tins Lange, J. O, Nckay, U. A. Cloninger, ueo. . . i....nh si.tvaK. jnaeon sun I. ui. Long, treorge Lousujnoui, o, is . .,uu, ... v. "D'afe'and first pubUealion, March J, IM . J. t LOMMiCK, irtft anroa ol laml near Deleiiir. in the ferti'e Beaver valley Ior 10l! Of the 100 acre, 0 are cleared and- mere ia a a 110 orchard of apple, pear,, elwrry and prune tree. There l a good m room house on the plaoo and a- weU of tine water that nevor goe ury. ror nnj-nno that want to buv in tliiaconntjr tint is a sunn. For iiartietulara liiijii treat this olliie. He la a llasncr. CITATION In the Circuit Conrt of the Slate of Oregon, for loiumuia vvuuu, III the mstter of the esUto of W. II. Palmer, To Fannie F. Palmer, of Wrnonta, Oregon; Mrs. T.J. Adams, ol Vernon!, Oregon: William i'almer, of Forest lirove, Oregon: 0. . Palmer, ol Vernonia. Orecon : aud James Palmer, whose Li.oM , KfiKtutwn nairs al law ... ... nu.l: and lo all other heirs and devisees unknown, ll any such there I; and lo all Otner peraoua inirre.-ii ., ,-,"t-. - j belonging to mo eaie 01 wu uw--a. ... ik. ... nl Ilia KtMtn of Orri-on. VOU and each ol you are hereby ciled, snd required to appear in the Couuly Court of the State of Ore gon Ior Columbia couniy. ai 111c v.,;--v, lhareof, al St. Helens, iu said Couuly aii.l btate. . '..V?,..V,i.v ih. nil. dav of March, at 10 o clock in the loreiioou ol that dav, then awl there lu .how cause, if any exlals, why an order ot ja e of certalu real protwrty belonging to the estate ol said deceased, fn said Comity ol Columbia. Matoof Oregon, should not be inade as prayeil lor In the petition ol llraiil lxiwnlug. the ad- The real pruiteny described and petitioned to be sold In said petition is as follows, towit: Be ginning iwsutv rods weal ol the northeast eor- Al tK. Mxl'hMKl .iiiarlernf seoilou eight, in township lour north, range four west of the Willamette Meridian; thence west alsty rods, thence south eighty rods, thence east aixiy ......I, .ivlitv riMla 10 the nlaceol iu.ii,i,i,, ennialnina ihlrtv acres, ailllated In ., . a---------- ,-,v,...:.ri. o,.,...! St. Helena at 8 o'clock;. . Keiurntng , "Sf. '"" ' ThV lion. K. H. Ha tan. Judge ol the Couuly Court 01 tlie tnaic oi orauu 10. unibia Countv. with the seal ot said court affixed, this 13th day of February, lwm. ....... 1 MKNiii-itsiiN.C erk. Bv W. A. 11AUU$. W. II. Powell. Alt'v for Aduiiiislrator. SUMMONS la Ihe Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for tne county 01 coiumota. Vrank R Akin and Ren Selling, tdaltltiffs. vs. Hewitt Investment Company, defeudaut. To Hewitt Investment Company, the above named ueienaaut: Ia the name of the State of Oregon you are y required to appear anu answer tnc rem t filed attains! vou in tha above eotiued cause on or before April 7ih, U06. aud if yoa fall to so answar, for want thereof tbe plaintiff will apply to the court lor the relief demanded in the mat tne coan ovenr ua p.a,..,.i ...w owners aud in possession and entitled to tlie poaaesslou Ol tnv nonnweai qoa.irr w. awui -.9. in township i north of range 3 west of the u.-niMmtta Meridian, containing one hundred aud sixty acres, situaut in Columbia County, Oregou: and that It further decree that auy claim of the deiendant therein is invalid and that the title 01 pnuniins oe quieten aa agaiuaa auy claims and demanda of the deiendant there in, and that idalutlBs have iudruiaut for their costs and disbursement. This summons la puouanea oy oruer oi inw linn Thomaa a. McBrlde. iudga of the above entitled court, of data February 16th. 190S. The dale ol lha hrst publication la February 2k! . W06. . . , , .t The time prescriueu in tneoruer iuv sua pun lleatiou ol this summons is six weeks. Oii;it K p.... 1 em n e- . . Attorneys lor Plaintiffs. FOR PORTLAND DAILY Iralda Steamer C. H00GHKIRK, Master. Leaves Rainier daily, except Sunday, for Portland, at tt a. nt., departing from leaves Portland at 2:30 p. in., arriving at St. Helens at 4:43. Svrup ot White Pine and Tar, the old reliable cough remedy. For tale by A.J. Detuinft druggist. 1 .... . . 1 of 1 in race. i;on"'i- irwiu . , nf.V n end u" a uetuli-ltis. To MUdred Urant tux roll and reglstra ,','B....U " i.iw...ri..liiordlMHiiifort. 25u , M tr,,iikiii family The people of tin Stuta of Oregon would do well to have a man like H. M. Cake, of Portland, In the United State Senate. ? .- He had .in opportunity to become tho roughly familiar with the need ot the state during hit active participation in its orgaliimtion along linos ot comtticr- 50 clal development No man in-Oregon ; ha been more active in this respect than 50 Mr. Cuke, and the knowledge thus W.EiiiiieJ has especially tjuullliud liim to 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, H. riORGUS ST. HELENS Carries a Complete Line of Groceries Dry Goods Hardware Crockery Flour and Feed Hay Notions Candies Stationery Fancy Goods In fact, everything usually kept in a first class General Merchandise State. My prices will be found as reasonable aaany store in Columbia Couttty. Voatr trade solicited. Whea la I'triUad U t The Empire Knttaaraat, Vt2 ThinT Street, throe doora eVintti ot Btstser Ttitf tre. Meale trora 15 centa apv tlpea day and night. Oysters- im ana ttylst. V... R.Jilan,lnp leniv- fiirniMt aaT taata Proprietor Ruyai. ut aud iiadiiua. 7i';,V"vUtl'''',.''',u,0'