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. SV LOCAL V jsS) mZMM ,,.. in Rom. Coiurowt uwntr nana ' .)f now of Portland, but former ly 0'cit.kiii. made business trip to St, Helen this week. yf, II. Conyers was a 8t. Helen visitor ifnmtay. . lilt Stouter left for her home In Dal- Id lt night 10 Vna " 0.ltlnio cigar two for twenty-five eta. L4lr In qnHty. Ilriutt Jlroa. BT IlKtKNii STONK-The 8t. Helena Quarry Co U pushing work and will have ,l,fl, iUtit operation tit the near future. Cook houne and bunk lwues lure been erected and a traction engine vat u.kcn down to the quarry a lew day ago to b used lu tha construction work. The compn wl I"'' market lot llielr l. Helen atone I mid to be becoming a fad in tha city, and that It I to be 'or building house, ornamental wslls, ''' '. places, for foundation and many other thing. J. II. McKle has two gang at wtirk get ting out ruck on at the lower tiuarry nd one a the Milton Creek quarry. W illi tliwe and Ihe new company's plant tnf.itln, the ayroll ol tha quarries will be retty large. And that'a what make good town. Itttrrrtt paid ou Time lpuit Col umbia Ciiuuty Dank. ji itoK MclUitm III Tbe February term of the Circuit Court mi not eon nv.ti at Astoria Monday on account ol the Mac of Judge McHrtdc, who f manned to hie home at Oregon City. Judge Cleland opened court In bla place ; Taedy. After drawing a grand nry ...i urn a number of ease fir trial. tudee ttcaland adjourned the -loii until ar.t Monday, when Judge Mcltride j i, e.neclcd U be able to preside, 1 . ..... ..... Money to loan at Kltfht per cent. Col- i i n... l uinbia tounty tank.. . iiit 1 r.v.v. r lor the new bouw whiill he ititrmU to build on the church hill, The hunee nil) tUnd ahuiit thiltyfert fruui the edge ol the blnll. and will I In a potition to li,,rd an ecrllent view of the river. Sin, Molly Puller vultcd with friend end irUtivea in thi neigldihwil thi week. Seven ream bou tor le or rent. In .,uire of K. K. Qufck. St. Helena. ' Mr.Cha. Mrrrlll, oilier l.Und. w a county rt vWlor l.t Tuely. The fourth quarterly meeting of 'he Velcvu Metbodikta will conveue at the Wwlejau Ch,wl in the north end of St. Iklrn, neet Satur, Uy evening and Sun- Jar. ike Slr.t and 21th of Pcbrti.ry. Rev. J.S. Mowery, por. Columbia County people are lnvltel to; . !. .t. ! 1 v. ,l II.... i nttroniic the Vienna Cale, No. iol Mor iion. between Second and Third, kept by Ou l.nge, of 8raipoue. Bent meal in the city. Vai.kTik Pah-TV The Udte o( St. Helen gave a St. Valentine' party in in the K. of P. Hall hut Thurwlay night, tlie piocceda to go into the S!rthlit church lund. The pirty wa well attend ed and evcrvbndv bad a aood lime. A hrt tmia-rnm wa rendered, alter w hick -,'r'''-''',J''''"J,'r'-if '. i "J'sr. everyone purtonk ol an -icellcnt aapper. jlier gramliwirentu, Mr. aisd Mr. I). W. The net pn eced were over thirty dollar. Wondcilv. Ili nr,i.a in Town At an early Inmr j M'. Jnin lnv pftil Kiinday liii Friday niorniiig, partie unknowu made i w lib l r lmband at tho t. Vincent an uiiucccliil attempt to crock the two liopital In Portland. mIc in Dart c Mukclc' More, thi city. ,Mr, j,,h M.nitim I coinpltttiiig Thry blew the combination of each c ,rl)t (ittb-Oottg0 on III lot oooth o( and acre ready to blow them open, when 1 jr, 1). JoIiiim.ii r sldonw, nnd ex their 0raUon were interrupted by Mr. ! jltftjl ,0 nu,4 , n fw day. Clu Muckle apirarlug with a .hot gun. j Mium w , p,,,,, U lie bad heard the fir.l epi.H...,i, and. . ,.,,,,, TwmUy, imnKiiig uic wiu.iu cme iroiu uic ov, nt down to invetigate, and plainly aw the mIc cracker a thy lell the lorc. They got away with about Hi cent in cent piece. Syrup of White Pine and Tar. the old rctialile cough remedy. Por anle by A.J. Denting, druggiat. , Thau Dkhaii.ko Train No 21, of the A. & C. R, k. wa detailed about a mile and hull north of lloulton on it way to Portland at 11;I5 lii.t Sunday morning. The cue of tlm wreck wa a defective mil. The engine and Iwggage car did not leave the track, but the moker, day couch nntl jmrliir car were derailed . Five periwtn were luured, but none f-ttnlly. All the injured were tiding in i till. mmU. M.t.L.1. t....L I.am Ir.itlt IllC . other car and ran about one hundred feet further tlmn the other, hilling over on it wide when it atopped. The pa engertln the other coache were only hakrn up. The engine and bug-age car tiKik mmt ol the paruger on to Port land, p!it!ting the wrecking train at Lin ton on in way to the accident. Three ecllon crew were anon at work to clear the truck and liefore half pat three irlm. i.i . - l.. tlit more dninnira waa not done to both life 1 ... ,.,! ... t -.1 .-i ,, ....rK,V, Mill nil niHi. n.. of the accident mart fortunately. Wanthd One hundred men to make Mwvn bolt at f I.4U (r cord. Plrt chum yellow fir timber. Cull on or communi cate with the Wertern Cooperage Co., Hoiiltoti, Or. Six of the ladie tuklug the teucher' caiiiiiitmtiou here recently were lucd certlficatni. The ucceful one were Pt'trl I,inday, Lydia Wyman, Margaret Culllhim, Anna llhiir. Johnnna Magnuaen and Oertruda Liggett. Mr. Joseph Holiday took the examination for date paper but the reult I not jet known. Mr, M. P. Howiiihii, of Seaside, ha purclmed n tinct of timber from W. K. Slcvcm, and bu commenced prcpnra' meven,, ., , commence,! pre pa a . tion, fo, logging It. 'Ihe timber I. a tu-, nted near Warren and w 11 be taMt, bcapponw Hay, and rafted from there. , I have nionev to loin on approved I real eatate aecuri'ty, W. II l'OWKLL, We lutvt at this office. IhiuI bushel f ,.,, .,,!. i... meiit fur fret , dmtributlim. Anybody wishing pucknge of them cull, or write ami we will send tlirm ptntagc prepaid Mr. Charles Jiavls, lar,.,l, i - n resident llleleiii Tuesday veiling, A ill driver It here this week driving )lllli(ii for the new duck ol the Columbia Klver I'sckers Association, t). W, Iticbiirdsuii. Jock Harrison, I. T, Walker and Maurice Pratt vUiled Kela- nu Lt Tuesday raluH K(c, Croecriea. Etc,, Feed, Etc. All Oimranlecd. Etc, . M. 0. OKAY. CtT III TliHOAT-reter Koko, who wa employed a one of the 8cuptoow aection K"Ki maile an uuiucccmIuI at tempt to commit tuiclde bt Kuturduy, and waa arrented by Sheriff White. It teenii that Koko wan not altogether right In hit koko and left Portland hut week under rather peculiar clrcumntancei, He waa employed In a mill there and ttayed at the tame lodging llnutc with a number of hi Iricn.U. He left hi lodg ing houte witbtHit telling any one where he waa going and hie Irirndnwere unalile ( to fiud him. Sheriff White w an article in I'rlday'a Telegram atmut Koko. and telephoned the Portland authoritica and one ol tha ituwne inan'i Iriend took him tlnr Ujr tMt the lUatalo Tuesday, He " " " .v way daogermi, or violent, and If he duet not ict worvi be may not be tent to the anvluut. ., ,,, , ... . r. C. U. John enter awed a number ' ' I"""1' at an old I uliioncl iinill- M U vrdue.day allemoon. After the quilt u finished a dcliciuut j lunchron wa arrved. ) Mi . and Mr. Joe 1'ooeri, of Quincay, !werc St. Helena vititon thi wrck. Mr. Ray Watta iavUitiog friend here. Kmc'.ht Cm.KBTK The local ordrr, j Knight of I'ytlii.n, celebrated the forty u ,c'r "" ln 'n'1 j JJ".1. v J " '. TV? 'the Kt:ilrr, KaUm and lUe River j j,, j wr in)imlmie lram KlUm. one ,,, KitKcCiclil. and two St. Hcl-n yt, j ,f ,0 , f w fw , e w Uefmtn Mr . 1 ,iM Utn ffmA timc. , , . , lrrnirA m,ny. u, ,noi,l ewp4Pr mn and h . .. . .... been un trie roan many year, ami u n to be hofied that he will succeed in new location. lu. tUISIEK Mr. C. 0. Hartley of Tiller. Or. ia j visiting Mr. and Mm. Frank Alvoid of 1 1 lil city. I Ml F.ihnl Wotiderly of Apiary K-nt 'Monday Ut In lUliiitir vi.llu(f with Ma. A. M. Adam of Portland 1 In i Uainie" vMUnglierton Mr. J. I,. Adam nnd wif. Mr. Ia Sett, Mtit SiiniUv with hi ivtr Mr L. Sttt ol thi city. MiM Fnimii She Id id Aatnrl line arcpti'd tt position a alenngrapbr-r with the C. C Wllaon Liuiihtv Coiupsny. a t:w niMsrirv foum:hi.f.m It hit Li eu diwnvertd bv Geo. Ann utmng tlml iimphj can I miultt from ill np of oit iimph'. thi the cut, thtrtt In gn-nt fnturo In tore fm the Nehuli'Hi valley, and a for tune, fi rlilm who Would plm t a grovi of liiapli. Alt tlm ort nmple iaa unlive ttei'ofthl vxlli'v. it will not 1 nny Iroiditrloatiirt n giovo. . ThBif la iilwHya n good demimd for mnide uar mid it d.e not require l Very Inrtn rnpltal to atari factory, nd a mmi ina' d uili'illt'iigo could be rich man bidore he reached tha proverbial three acorn and ten Now who any the Nelmlc-m i not a ld ol "Milk Mini llonev," After tho tin her (of which Uiew l nn iil.uiuhini-e) I logireU Oil, tho lull eottltl I. .. a - ii... .. !, nf liiaiiUt I lm iitiliwu ior win H...t,..n Irtx-a n i i' l W.itlUl tirlliginnn enorimuo. . . prnlll evrry tiny, nun vu " " would nvlliitl lh licrtingnr lintuairy Now till wa niH waltlnir for Is anine ...... r ,i.,, i villi hd of jiumey. And mvlni If wo Informed our Semttorgnrd nnd repro'i'iitiitlve nt Wnhlngion we could g-'t it n)'idy bom mo unu.-ti SUtea. Now all work lother for a givuter country and " l,o .onder. KMII MKS8INO, IIInIuk Friiui the drnvo, A prominent maniifiioluror, Win A. Fortviullof I.ucnnm, X. 0., rebitca n moid rouotrkaldo experiiimj". Ho : t'Alltir tiiklnu KM than three bntth' of Vlerirlo Hitter. I feel like one rMi'B from the srrave. My trouble I ii'Bm a - f x ,lllly J . " ' w1, mn ,r u .,. already a.opped jy" J ' ,, b,,1(llr comj.llcatio.. ,.,i.ii, i,,,vn trottblud m for yenr.' I .,,.1 1V all druualt. Price (juaraiiteed by all drugglat. , IIOPLTOM. Mr,' N. A, Perry i-nil tlHitgi paid a j vli.it in tin. (, oir,i.,i, liiHt Tuidiiy. Mr. and Mn. W. K. I;. lford apent a couple of day In Portland thi week. The pupil of the public achool will ulve a banket aochil In Hpences Opera Holme on March 2. A good program I hi lug prepared and everybody thould attend. The Indie are Invited to bring bket, and tliegciitliinicn are aupponed to bring tome of the "iicceuary." Mr. Jumee Brown, of Sherwood, vultcd from Saturday until Tuetday With her lier, Mr. Uailey. Our new depot I nearly completed. Although It la an Improvement on the old back that ha o fur kept the mln off of operator Smith, It U not large a It thould be. If butine keep incrtaa iiiBhere a rapidly In the next few year a It ha recently, Urn railroad com pany will noon be forced to build wjnin. ljiilt a itiirnbir from here vlltt-d Deer leland to take In the dance Satur day night, Hardly a train arrive nouaduy with out bringing new people to till neigh borhood. HEP HEX. It. J. Holme of the Holme Canning Oi of Portland visited Mr. A. Wlnnn lint Suturday. Mr. L. Winanl v'mitiiig with friend In Hood ttlvt-r thi week, Frd Adam and wife visited with Mr. and Mr. Antone Wine hit Sunday, The Steamer Homer I loadinx lum ber at the (iohle MillioK Co dfk at Hunter Point thi week for Han Fran cfaco. She will take 4(10,000 feet. J. P. ValiHohth movetl hi family from Hjuvie Iatand to Ihia plare on Thnrwlay lnt. He i falling timber for the Milling d. Mr. Carl Wilon, of Waterloo, Oregon vialted with her nialer-in-law Mr. T. C. Walt ll week. Mr. Walt accom panied lu-r an far a t'orthtnd. A certain young lady olthi place a proud when he recievod a letter from Supvrintemlent Cohiud on Monday. A. N. fiilx-rwin, wife and family, and Iaac White and wile arrived here thi week from Milne. They aro working for Ihe iobl Milling Coon Jiilni Creek. The Surprint) Club met at Al Ijiren' laxt Saturday evening and a plcai-mit evening pnt at crd. W. Jordan carried away the priwt nnd i. S. Snyder the iKMj'iy. S niii-1 Sheldon and family -f Aber deen, Wah. ha inoVetl into the W. D. Smteih-d hiiii'e at Ihia place. "dr. Shel.lon l dock fotemail fr ihe (.ioble MillinCo at Hunter' Point. F;.T. Wlnaii of the Winao llro. et t Hood River Tntuday to Visit ill bit father ar.d uiolhcr, Tbi wrck we publish, by rctpett ol Kvctal sul'H rilwr. a list of Columbia tounty' officer. The editor U trying to net up a complete civic directory of IhUconntv a li;t of lodge, cliurchea, etc. H you are intcrcted in soutc lotlge or church aend in the location, pastor or head officer. A Valuable Lcoon. "Six year atto I learned a valuable Iemi," write John Pleasitnt ot Maj; nolia. Iud. "I then Ugan taking Dr. King' New Life Pill and th longer I take them the better I ttnd tlutn. They pit ate even body, tiuaranteed by all tlruggi''la. 2'h;. 1'ioui this dittar.ee It apt em's that the iiiitnke made by the dfcne in the ttlnl of Harry Thaw for the kiilinfr of Smn'oid White i the Injection U the plea of iiiaa Hy. No I ody hoUa that it i a crime t. ihiHt leier like White ut d il toqilit I ot to nuke liny difference with a Jury hi ther tho nittli Unit did It wdVr, drunk or cniiy, Sigiml. Hauling for Trouble. ' I've lived in California year and urn tlli hliotini? for f rouble in the way ol burns enrol", wound. Iili, cnta, Hiriiin or a cae of pile that Rncklen' Arnica Salve won't quickly cure." write Charlea Walter of Alleghany, Sierra Co. No ue huntieg Mr. Waltem It cure every case. Guaranteed by all druggl!. 2V ' The lUt dimstur i liko unto the boy's game ul niap-tbe-wblp." light , . , ......I....U , ii!..tr ,it. car Biiaeiicu to i.eit o'"" alxtv leile mi hour, lire bmn I to h ave . " .. . . it .......l i.,'t the ratu on n nari t one. . Im a bnd plan to double-floor them, tnting old rail, solidly packed, for bid-hi-t. The ciiis would be btnvy, but they would be mh to ride in. Ore gonlnn. Xelghbor tiot Fooled. 'I wna literally coughing myself to death, and had become too wenk to leavo my bed : ami neighbor premcicu thai I would never leave 11 alivet but they got fooled, for thank tie to Hod 1 waa Induced to try Dr. Kiug' Now Dis covery. I took just. four'', one dollar bottle to coniplendy ciiro the cough and rvNtoiv mo to good sound health." write Mia. Kva Uncaidter, of ti rover town, Sturk Co., Ind. This Kiug of cough and co'.d eurtH, ami bonier ot throat ami lunge, is Riiamiilead by al druv'gisls. 60o end $1,00,. Trial bottle free. Bar PHotH. Waireti, Or Feb. 10, '07 ThoKditoi': I borf leave f take up oniH space in your paper to enter a plea lu defenso'of the Co.mnhia Uiver I5;ir Pilots. I take Issue with the Mist of Feb. 13 '07, in the article relative ti the pilots. , . For Ihe piv-.t t ight year I havo been personally luqilaluted viilli the Colum bia River Bar Pilot and with ryo of th" river pi lot i, ao with the bar and river a fur . 1'ortUmi, And I have f .11 l the pilot, to m A bar y, fearlef et of men, iilxaytioudv for duty, alnys c union nboit running a ship Into danger but fearing nothing when a ship WIM In danger. The same liar Pilot knowing the bar havo warned foreign hip masters not to load their ships beyond a given mark. And be not heeding their warning, has loaded his ship 12 Ut 18 inches deeper than the the pilots deem ssfe, then because be was delayed waiting for ui table weather and tide, a great bowl went op because of the delay and getting stuck a few limes going over the bar. Most of the ship that have come to grief outside the bar was caused by the greed of their owners in sending u shfo out wilhont enough ballast and a sailing mauler not familiar with the condition, running too close In shore before know ing it; then when he tried to put about he wa in too light ballast, inied her lays and was on the beach bt f rt a tug or pilot could reach her. If the foreign ship owner and sailing muster were lt greedy and would not try to force matters here, but give the brave fearles men that bundle their hip In and out of the Colum'tia tiver bar the same courteous trealiu -nt. I lint the pilot give them, and when a p lot warns a ship captain to only Imi vewel toacertaindepth heed ir a I vie, things would go smooth and iiim woli j the river and bar pilot ervi'- -. S uce the change in the ninuagmeiit o thetu.- host service there should b - ll om plaint. In all the newspaper controv ri-y ov this subject I have seen but oi- until! giving the pilots (usti.e. And I hr also noticed that no one canet f .rard and offered to operate tug b-itt ant perform pilot service cheapfri.n l with more dlapatch. Surely Mr. hditor if tne pilot were so unskillful and tn-trli-gent, and the tngs so poorly handled tome ontt would have put in a rev c tluit would haveloen satifacioiy before this. Yours Respectfully M. S. HAZEN. A correspondent of the Atl antic Monthly writes that a congressman from the midlife went said to him: "The power of the country press surprises me. During my two terms I have been im pressed with it constantly. I doubt i' there i Bsinisle calm utterance in any paper in the United States that does not carry some weight in Washington among rhe members ol Corizrras. Yon uii.-l.t think that what some little country editor ny doe not amount to Anything,. but it means a great deal more tnan moat people realise. When the country editor, who is looking after nothing but the county printing gives cxpreMilon to some rational idea about a national question, tlie man off here in Congretut knowj that it come from the gras r.ioU. The lobby, the big railroad lawyer and that class of people realize the power of the press but they bate it," Forest Grove Times. J01IX.M' EPLAIXS. ln olden times, when the cstchism as taught in school, and tlie School Committee attended the closing exercises to qui tho pupil, theie wai a ekool where a politic tc.tcher shrewdly prt pared for a crlitablecxnuiination. He numbered hi clus- and g iV e.ich hoy an answer to learn well. In rehearsal this worked satisfactorily, and with hopeful hearts both teacher and pupils awaited the com in - ordeal. As the stern cntechlt-er faced the clus the boys hearts la-k-an totpiail, but each conned Ida individual answer over and over, mil their spirits roee aud their eye iiioiie with triumph. All weut well until they reached the question, "Who made you?" Alienor, "To glorify ( hid mid enjoy him forever." The committeeman looked at the teach er and the tone icr at the boy. The question was passed to the next, with aiiHii-iwer mure irr.-livant than the first. The situation wa growing ominous, hen a small hand went up Irani a boy nt the hart of the class. "What-is it, Johnny?" ".Mister, tho la-y thut God iiiudti lui!! just gone out; he'll be back in minute. "--School and Home. liKAL ESTATE TltAXSFERS. Following ate the transfers of (Mate recorded in the office of County Clerk for the week ending 111. M Atkins t" the Detroit Trust Co sw tir of ne or, se qr of nw qr iiii.llMt. 2 and 8 sec 4 4 5 $ A and Li Hurretl t the Penson L A L Co no qr of te qr sec 10 5 8... Dean Elanclmrd to John Morris lot 3 Idk 7 Kainier J K Cnrlton to 0 Benson nw qr of ' nw qr sec S 7 3.. P and I. A Clark to W C Kchman ne qr of ne qr sec 811 5 5. . . . V K Conyers to J W McDonald, lot 5 W K Conyers add to MupcU'ood ceniotery S 0 and V Counts to Jit-wes Jesseo 1oh II and 12 blk 2 Blanch arda edd to Rainier. . W i and A h Delta to E V Wirta I. m. I in Kuinier. V and O Pieves to W V. Kcwsums bind lu 21 7 2.... W C Fischer to P 8 Sttolher lot 1 blk 1 Blaiichiiiila add to Bui lder, J R nnd V Lllall to the Detroit Trust Co nw qr eeo 20 0 5 . . , . . 11 mid .T Ilavlik to Mns ltilena , Uhlman 2 acres in sec IS 8 2. U T Hudson to James Bart sw qr ot nw qr and nw qr of nw qr of (W qr sec 13 4 2 A S end K A Kerry to Washing ton and Oregon Timber Co real the Feb 10 1 200 1000 10 12.50 400 1200 1500 75 10 ISO 2000 Some one to buy half interest in abstract and real estate business. REASON To much business. Need an active partner. Address A. M. Holton, St. Helens, Oregon bind in 6 and 6 6 west...... 155,000 II L-jr-n to MaryJ-'arr tract lu Jus Strsughlon d Ic A A ar d M P Lindsay to the Ne- hah-m Investment Cosetjrof sa qr tec 33 C G ami sw qr of ee qr sec 14 5 B G and E Merrill to Jauit S Peter son part ol L W Harris die. tieo Merrill fo Jan.es Pete sm jutt of Geo Merrill die It U and K Merrill to B F and M KleUn part of L W Harris d Ic G F ami M J Met ck to L E Uulker lot 12 blk 32 Moecks add to Utinier WEsudM W Fewsoisi toM W Ituzurd land in Sec 21 7 2 WEai.dM W New-some toJM Moig.tn lot 3 blk 29 Moecks add to lUinier C Osmond by sheriir to W A Har ris lot 3 block 4 2nd add to Vernonia..;.,,. E Y ai d W Ii Powell to C C Mae ten lota 19 and 20 and part of of 21 blk 28 St, Helena C F (ted H Rsbinsky to Henry Itolfe se qr of se qr sec 18 3 2 L A and K Rogers to Detroit Trust Co n bf of te qr sec 7 4 4 100 100 2500 100 00 10 1000 10 M and M E jjbteirn to E P Werts land in Bainiea. GOO Joe Etiananaki, by Sheriff to W A Harris lots G aud 0 blk 20 Ver noma M P Smith to Detroit Trust Co w qrof sec 33 65....... .... G ghecdlerby sheriff toW A liar ris lot 12 blk 4 Vernonia C H Standlridge, by sheriff, to YY A Aatris lot 2 blk 17 Verncnia J, C, C, and D E Stewart to West ern Timber Co sw qr sec 23 5 5 J M Stehman to C L Girt n hi of no qr sec 30 7 2... G L and A Stod lard to W F New som lot 3 blk 39 Rainier 10 000 825 The New- England Mtg Security Co to S M Kice part of Jas Dobbinsdlc U. S. patents were issued to Melinda Athons, Abasloru S. Majors, two, John It. Majors and Adam C. Johnson. Mist and Weekly Oregonian $2.00 per year. Interesting Facts. The world's best swimmers are the Hawaiian. There are ants in South America that dig tunnels three miles long. A loud of five thousand pounds can lie carried a ith ease by an elephant. There are 273 newapapers published in Mexico, of which seven are printed in Ihe English language. Shoul l.the oceans of the world evap orate thev would leave buhind them a layer of salt 235 feet deep. , In Siam the lush-born persons walk with elbow j lints turned inward and the thumbs outwatd. ' Crows, elephants, leavers and bees put to death or banish such members of their communities ns i t lazy or wicked. The United States is the wealthiest nation, with Great Britain second. The estimated total wealth of the former is tUX,000,COO,000, and that of the 1 .tter 158,000,000,000. The British total i greatly ind ented by that of her colonies, hut not enough tc equal that of the TJhited Slates. The Wouian'sMagojsine. The Mist nnd the Weekly Ore oninn per year. C1TATIOX. In Ihe County four! ot Ihe Stale of Oregon for tlu- cooitv f Oiltimhi ln the timttt-r of the wfctle of Sumiial A. II., iteeiael. T. NmOihII HntfLm of Snow Cnmn. Prwte of Nurlli 'r..n. me! to ll other l-lr- amt Uovi nees i'f hmniiHl A. B.u.-;, UoeeHwtl. If mivsneh tlioie be, rout to H "liter nerM.ii lntervnl In the rtwl jrierly bt'loiiKlii to iheeliile ai kl tteeetist'd; tireetln;: In the iiitnioot the Stole of Oreiron: Yrm met esrh of you are hea-hv ctie.1 iiikI requlre-l to Hllwr In tho t'.ooity feiirt of ihe stole of Or tt,)!, inr tne l.uiim V ,m moil, i.ih. n i inn v ! .- room thenof. t St. Helen. In wilit Coniity Suite on iiaiunlity tliefnt itoy of Man-li. 11'7 nt ten o'cteek In lh forenoon of wl.t iIk.v: u0 then nnit there to uluov ciiw. If nny there e,' why n or.ltr of wtle of e?rtln rent tiroeei I liel.nuiue t- tin- txtute of u iloeettw.Ht. lu the t'miniv of Miiltnoni'! iil Sine of Orecoti, shoiihl not tie iinnte i.ray-.! tor In the i-ti-tloii of clnirle M.,rrl. the iulmlnltrator ol tun vKtute.on ItK- lnW Uourt. Tne runt proneriy ilerllH-d unit pelltlmie.1 to h fottt In ftm1 iietitlon Im hs follow, to-wlt: l.ol. K, t. sii'l M in bl.H-k it In Hoh ltoy' Sole illviloi, to tho city ol t'onlHiiil. titunleil lu tlx ij;oiiniy of Mullnnmnh, St.-.t ol tlrevou. Mniei.th lion. U.S. Hftinui. Jiitti-e of the (-oiony t'ourt of the HIhIo of ort-Kon Itr the tViuuti' ol t.olnmhlft, with Ihe neul ot tothl tViiitt atttxett, this H day ot 1'oUnmry, A. 1) m" Atteit: - W. A. ItAUMli, Cle-k. 8-l ot Couniy t'onrt. W. II. t'owoll. Aliorney for Alulllilmrtor. yy C. FISCHER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. RAINIER OREOON Hpeelal Ifoad Work District 5. 3. Notice is hereby given to any and all parties wishing to bid on special road work in road district 3. That sealed bids accompanied with bond equal to one third the bid, must be filed with the County Clerk by March 7th, 1907. Bids will be received for the highest number of cubic yards of crushed rock, to be distributed on the road under the direc tion of supervisor or master, the County to furnish crusher, engineer, fuel, and stand all breakage, the bidder to furnish all help outside of above named. 1st. Prom the Houlton bridge to top of Frantz bill for nine hundred dollars. . 2nd. From sooth line ol district on Warren road going north for eight hun dred dollars. 3rd. From north line of city limits of St. Helens going toward Columbia City for niua hundred dollars. By order of County Court. SPECIAL KOAD WOKK. Notice is hereby (riven to any and all parties wishing to bid on special road work in districts No. four, twelve, thir teen, fourteen and fifteen, that copies of the specifications can be found with the supervisors and the postmasters of the above named districts. Sealed bids, accompanied by bond, equal to one third the bid, must be filed with the County Clerk by March 7th. 1907. All work to be completed by Sep tember 15tb. 1907. By order of the County Court. XOTICE FOB PIBUCATI05. Department of the Interior. I .a nd Odire at i'onlauii. Oiegoti, Feb. 7, 190. VOTIOE IS 1IKKEBY lilVKS THAT .N COM i I'ltaiu-e with the provision of the aet of ('oncre-of JnneS, emitled "An act lor the sate of tlmbt-r lamt in the States of Oreeon, Calf lorn la. Nevada ami WawhinKlou Territory," a extended tc. al) the public laud state bv act of Aiiut th. ltsri. t'aroliue K. Bri-i- of tilant. C'uuntv of Contra Co-ta htate of Cali fornia, haxtni- rtar Sled In tht orlice hi sworn tlineut No. T3o tor the purchase of the E 1' ol SW aud L..U. 6 and 7 of isec. No. s in Town ship S North Kan'.-e Wt and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for Its timber or stone than for airrieultnral pur poses and tootalilih his claim to said laud be fore the Kfgiter and Receiver at Portland, Or., on Taeolay Uie il day of April l'.lu;. He hilme as witues-t'S: J. C Rurke of Port land. Oregon, Charles th-liorn, of l-orttand. Ore trou. h. H. exor. jr. of Portland, Orcttua, Cd. Hurke, of Portland. Oreeon Any and all pertona viaimlns; adversely the above d.-M-ribed lands are re-iurste-l to flle their claims In this odice on or before said '23rd day of April 1M7. ALGERNONS. DRESSER, Register. JVtrVce of Intuition to Apply for Liquor Licinst. To alt Persons: You aud each of vo:r, will take notice that John Wiesl an. I Georye Wiesl will on Kaiurday March IS. 1W7, apply to the Honorable County Court, of Columbia County, state ol Oregon for a liccie to sell sulrftuoiis, malt and viuolts li.iuorr and hard cider, In les iisntities than one italleti. for a period one jear, at sicjppoosc. lu ticapwose Precinct, Col, timl'ia County, tireiton; which will be ba-cd iik.ii the follo-viiig petition, to-wit: lu Hie Conntv Court of the btate of Orenon, for Columbia Coutitv. In the matter of the application of John W?it and Ueorce Weist. to sell spirituous, ma't and viuoirs liqors, and fermented cider, in lea ullalitities than one Billion, PETITION To the Honorable County Court for Columbia otilltv State 01 Oregon: We. "the uudersigued. actual residents of Scappoose PrclHct, in Columbia County. Ore gon, and having actually resided therein more than thirty days Immediately preceeding the dale of the signing and tiling ot this petition. ami compri-.ii.gau actual majority oi tne wnoie number of lt-iral voters of said Precinct, hereby pctittou tne ii'tnnraoie t ouuty court oi t;oiiim ila conntv. Orcg.oi. to grant to John Weist and George Weist. partners, a license to sell -spirit!! ons. malt aim vinous liquors, ana termeniea cider, eomuionly kuown as hard eider, in leas MUaitti'ies iltait one gallon, at Scappoose, iu M'apiKoe Precinct, Coliinibia county, Orego.., from 9 iieriiHl of one year from the dale ul the granting of wild license. J'aieo Bill, s'l-nci rniiuan w.o. . J Bushman. T tl ftossow, E Hagey. William Wiggins, V, ilium Heamaii, U U Durleam, J r ,1 ... 1 1- im... ui-i:um. 1 w u. .1 row. tt'wav. K F Ke'iihow. t: U saudder; II O J l.ren. Mm lerimiiiin, ctto. Kimlutn. M A liai-hctder, teo Soloinao, Turn Urvaut, I U inlc:ise. J Regan. J 11 Wall. A M Weist. E M liibl-s. T 1111-4-0. K Mousagiie, I. Long. Lon Tetter. Fied Comtort. A .1 t:,la. S E Northrup. chas C Troyell, Allien SVlfert, Oreille Baciu. W FHageman, A 11 idmn. . it James i-r umu K NoImui. A Addersuu. Want Uuui.ter. M Wad- doll. F tjiren, II .lonrerveu. to-.ri: Simmons, John A imihuu. nm reou, 1 nan oni-uton. Heniv C Tisoii, r.il Potti-r. If 1 riper, II white. Hurt 'ltarneit, Frank I'ih, K O llryam, Jas Koliltis. Have Ttiuroiiircon. 1, brown. W ut T lillleit. Harry Hover K t; Hinllh. 1. D Piinly. It . .MCI.HV, J ,, JIl'AIII. tl 1. Oil.-, r.VV'llHM Noah Hill. E w wci.it a M.KKciiiK-m. rrei Adams, John Keller, S M Welst, J It Ktuborn. 1)1. Huo. lie, V J l.yman, John Helmnller, H K Ucrhnrt. Mewsmue. W Tctt. '1 W liraut, A Zelsioaii. T 1: Millard, Willlum bliave. O ll WUIs U C. Kablnsky Henry R.il.inky, A Neamail, K C llaldwln.t Aileu, t'cter waves, 1; Joliuson, I' B iliggenliothcm. Win Bnwin.O lnisisnonl, P lAiusignotit. C L bousivnotit, tlce Higgeti bottcn. V. K Hint. John Havolik, W, K. Stevens, Win Haramon, W K Ktrowser, A. II Ijinaut, llennan sV'binldt, W O JeitV, i B Kviirrson, T l nllBh.ni. F A lllacfcwell, John Kallahan. K W Kidge. Aug Xchuililt, K Thompson. 11 naicn. W A Chisiimore, Ceo V llrant, F TrokostU, J I rukoaiu, Johii Kisenblatter, K D tisrrlsoti. Joe Nelson. I. A tirant. tieo Emenom, 0 H tcruks Otto A Miller. A llerriug, W tn F Ryan, Tho A Clouiiitur. Taken up February 17 '07 at Lwig- acher Bros taw mill, 0 miles west of Coble, a bay colt about 3 years old, with two white hind feet, white stripe in face. Owue can have it by paying feed bill. LOUIS LANGACHER. Goble, Or. ToOwNKRSoy Timber Claims and Timber. We will buy for cash any good timber tributary to the Nchalem river. Will deal with owners only. No others need answer, Write giving full particu lars to box 8, U. P. Station, Portland Oregon. 2 20 8UMXOIS. In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore gon for the County of Colombia: Virginia h. Boyer, plaintiff, William T. Boyer, defendant. To William T. Boyer, defendant in the abore entitled suit: In the name of the State of Oregon yon are hereby required and commanded to appear and answer the complaint filed against yon in the above entitled suit be tween now and the 22nd day of March, 1907. ' Said suit is commenced against you by Jilaintiff ior absolute divorce, and if yon ail to answer between now and said time for want thereof the plaintiff will take judgment against yon for an absolute divorce and dissolution of the marriage now existing between yon and said plaintiff. . - This summons is served by publication in pursnance of an order made by the Honorable T. A. McBrede, Jndge of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for the Coonty of Columbia, dated February 7, 1907. Said orde provides that the first publicrtion of this summons shall be made on the 8th dry of Februtry, 1907, and that the last publication be made on the 22nd day of March, 1907. WALTER H. EVANS, Attorney for plaintiff. .. NOTICE TO CREDITORS- KOTIt'P I hereby lvn tht the tindenfrn t htm been ;vofntl administrator of tho estate of John H. Ferry, deceased, by Ihe Honorable ft. H. Maltan. JuiIko o! the County Conn of tiw State of Oregon, for the Cimntr of Cotnmbia. Any aud alt Denton bavin- claim again aaid estate are hereby reouired to pre eat the Mir.e to my attorney, w. H. Powell, at hi Law Office al M. Helen. Oretron, duly verified airording- to law, within tlx Month from the date hereof. A. H. CUNNINGHAM Paled Feb. S1W7. , IfOTICC OF SHERIFFS SUE, In the circuit Court oi the Slat of Oreiron for Columbia Connty. William Clark. Plaintiff, v Berth J. DocJtson and Tne Northwest Wood & Coal Co. De fendant. Bv virtue an execution, issued oat of Ihe above entitled Conn in the above entitled eaue. to me directed and dated the 11th day of January. Ivor, upon a Judgment rendered and entered In said court and cause on the lsth day of December. 1W6 In favor of the above named plaintiff, and aaminst the above named j defendams. for tlie ram li.i with interest at S percent from Jan. Wh d s) with interest at c per cent from April 27th, law, and the fcrther mm of shk.sVI with Interest at S per cent from April 12, ly. atid the farther sura of of $00,11 as attorney' lees aanoiintln to t:.?d and tho further sura of S 15,00 eosts, at the instance of the plaitiflne Attorney. I levied upon the following, property as the proia-ny of Bertha J. Dnekaqn one of the above named defendants, 00 the 4th day of Feb ruary ISO, being part of the same property attached in the above entitled cause on 16th dav of Oct. WB, described as follows: All of blocks A B D aud IS in Dobbin' Add to Rainier, as the same I platted and recorded in theoeiceof the County Clerk of Columbia. County. Oregon. Now therefore by virtue of said execution, nd In compliance with the command of said writ, I will 00 isaturdav Ihe 9th day ot March 1907 at the hour ol 11 o'clock of said day, al the from door ol the County Court House, tn the city of nt. Helens. Colombia County. Oregon, ,11 at public auction, (wiil.ject to redemption) to the huliest bidder for ea..h in hand, alt the right, title and Interest of the above named bertha J. Docksou, tn and to the ahove describ ed real t-niperty, to satisfy said execution, to gether with all cost aud accruing costs. MARTIN WHITE. PherifT of Columbia Conntv. Oreoon. Dated thlh day of February. 1907. 50TRE OF APPLICAT10X TO CHANGE KAME. v NOTICE Is hereby given that Gust H. Ander son ha applied to the County Court of the Mate of Oregon for the County of Columbia to have his name changed to that of Oust 11. Samlberx: and that Ihe Hon. R. tt. Hattan, Judge of said Court ha set the 2nd day of March. A. It. I'-SIT. al Ihe Court room of said Court al M. Helens. Oregon, as (he time and placo of hearing said application aud auy objections that may be made thereto. Any and all persons era required to make any ohiet-lioua 10 said application, it any there be, at said hearing. Wituem the Hon. It. K Hattan, Judge of the County t-onrt of the Htate of Oregon for the Conntv of Columbia, this oth day of February, A. 11.1907. ISEAb OF COCXTYI ) COURT i Attest: W. A. Harris, Clerk W. 1". Powell Atlornny for Appllcaul. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION (Timber Land, Act JunS, 178.) Coiled states Lsnd Office. Portland, Oregon, February 13 liJ7. Notice la hereby given that la compliance with the trov1iou of the act of Cougrcaa of JuneS 1K7S, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lauds lit theStatea of California, Oregon Nevada, aud Washington Tortitory, a ex tended to all the Public Land States by aet of August 4, lsirj Peter Hoffman, 01 Bacoua. county of Washington. State of Oregon, has thia dar Sled in this oftlce his sworn statement No. 721H lor the purchase of the NW'i of Suction No.lt! in Township No. 4 orth Range S West and will offer bnaif tc show that the laud sought ts more valuable for ttaUmber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to estab lish hi claim to said laud belore the Register and Receiver at Portland. Oregon, ou Wednes day the Sill nay 01 3!ny 190,. lie name as wit n.es: C. C. Nelson, id Bacoua. Oregon: 8. Jcpia-son, of Bacoua. Oregon; A. O. Hou-hklas, of biicoua, Oregon; Taut Mcehau, of Mountain. dille. Oregon. 1 Anvniid all persons elainnn? ailverseiv the ala,ve-.lescrliKil lands arerc.iicli.t U) hie their claim" Iu this oftice on or before said Silt duy of -nay i'.i,. , . AUiKRNON 8. DKK3.SKK. liegfster. SUMMONS. Is the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Colui.ibla Count. Jus H. Smith, plutuUn, V John Ucline, De fendent To John Helm, the bove named defendant: lu the name 01 tbe Mtate or tiregon you are hereby reuulred to apear and an-over the eom lilaiut tiled against you in the ahove entitled cause, and suit, mi or belore Ihe expfra-ion of si weeas from tbe date of Ihe hrt publication of till summon, towll: oil or liefore the 'Jtt dav ol March, 1907, and If yon tail to m. answer, fur want thereof. Ihe plalntili will apply to the -court for (lie relief prayed lor In his complaint, now nn HI herein, which relief so prayed lor is as follows, to-wlt: that you b required to answer herelu within the time pcrscrllwd by law, and bv thi summon, anil to set forth fiilli- the nature, character tml extent of the Interest or claim had or asserted by yon to the .rtict of lsnd descrllied In said complaint, to wit: The 8K t of Sec. l'J. T 5 N R W, W M ; that said rlulii inav be uhlect to Investigation by sold court and that upon the hearing ot thi caioe. that you be decreed not to have any right, tills, Interest or esiate In said premises, or anv l.art or parcel thereof, nud that the plaintiff herein tie decreed lobe the owner fit reeot salil premises, aud Ihe whole thereof, aud h,,t hi. Hilt, hlthurto be forever uuleted. nd (hat plaintiff have Judguient against you lor his costs and iHsiinmewents herein. Tills summons Is published by order of the Honorable R. B. Hattan Judge of the Comity Conn of Columbia County, State of Oregon, which said order wa made nd dated on the IS 1. ay ol Feb. li7. and the date of the otst pub llcatlon nt tblt summon i the IS day o( Fb., V,. ,.00VKnT4 STAPI.KTON Ally, lor Plalutlir.1 Bu Helen, Oregon. only BOa.