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MIST Vol. XXVIII St Helen., Oregon, Fb. 5, 1909. No. 10. COLUMBIA COUNTY BANK INCORPORATED bOES A GENERAL PRINCIPAL CORRESPONDENTS i First National Hank, S. National Hank, - Hanovi'R National Hank, (iTiars -Win. M. Ross, President and Cashier; Kdwin Ross, Vice President; A. L. Stone, Assistant Cashier. DirectorsWin. M. Ross, M, White, James Dart, lid wiu Ross. We Will COLUHMA COUNTY ABSTRACT -3 AND TRUST COMPANY 3 ','t- Milt OVH l.ir ., .1 r3 IS OUR rK have lhr bt and in V fully 4Mtti mm1 Job Print Ins UIHpo In rolumbin Comity .' are prepared to do all kinds of Printing on short notice and at most reasonable prices W.l'IHII" W.'WW't "'. WXJIMW J. Jill-IM k TRIU Will OREGON IV3IST 5E 3E3E3E3--3&33Ea3e3S3t4 DART & Carry a Complete Stock of the Best in General Merchandise at Lowest Prices Consistent with Quality. Country Produce Bought and"SoTd7 Whcd in Need of Groceries, Dry Goods, Hardware, Hoots or Shoes We Solicit YourJPatTonage and As inrc YoiTCotirtcous Treatment at. iini.r.NS,' Oregon HOULTON LIVERY L. II. COMBS, Prop Cootl Livery Riga "at Livery onable Reas e Rates. -, Drummer Trade A Specialty. BANKING BUSINESS ' . Portland. Ore Portland, Ore. - - New York 3 3 LOAN Yon money. RENT You a lock Uox. SELL You rcaU'sUteor farm land r3 SURVEY Your lots or land. INSURE Your buiUinK. .3 MAKE Your abstracts J SELL Your ;rjcrty. 3 DO Your notarial work. ' LOAN Your money. j- . i OUSIN083 s CONVINCE , V". - MUCKLE If a 1 if i if u if w Vi fo il Iff It AND FEED STABLE tloulton-St. Heleiis Mack. 1 eaves Houlton (it 7 ::I0 to meet A.A-O. tn.il!, returning ''' Helen, after tn.ii Icavr-. en ng their In limn to mret 11:18 , "n . Meet B.18 train and steamer IruliU iuallernoon. LOCAL Wathk Mkktinu The ciii,i. of Mt. Helen arr iruuelcd to unci at Hi county court room this (FRIDAY) eve ning, H o'clock, lor the purinife of dis- cuwliig way fiml mean for providing a pu.eaul nbumluiit tipily of water lur ill piirpott. 11 it ciinirttly honed thut ill wlm re liiteicled in I lie nmt'.r Hill l piewnl. The ptetcnt supply is ulto- itcthcr inadequate for the pr.-tent iwpu- I ill. ii. mi I with I lie Inevitable r'jvtli I tli low it ll in certain tnuiethinu mull 'it tlone In Mrriiri' nioro mil bct'or wnli'r. I'oinruiit mil lalk t lie ii:a'ltr over. I'on't liung Uik an I icscrvc your tulk until il it too lulc to sicoiiipli.li any I ivitill. 1! HI II A I t. Taik A llir mirini All. I'Kijt lir I lie lam U'lfin to flutter. It U ii.i"il there will le Culuinulu (.oimty I St. Ilvlcnt will certainly havt i k I train. I ns, ('iiiii)itiell will tiitcli niij.l t'triy Austin catcli. Tlie f-ruuiiiU U''cm ll"tillmi ami S'.. llelcnt huve l.ceii It'nil (ur a term nf five vfuri. miil will lie put in firm clnu comlitiun nml H f lire put nrounil ilnin. Willi the t'i iiiirruir in 'Kiiilaliiin it in llii.iin'ul Icfiut Kumrt will lie kIi trUnUiiiin);, ami t tiers i no lieltrr alverticiiK'nl lor tire toun II: Hi H'l'i'l tMrli;l1l club. How 1,a sji Vau-k I.nchkasi'. Mr. Marion ll.io n, of SmUvllle, Linn i'ounty, Ins Ij-eu viiliiiK lii brother, M. I'. Itiwen, (tmln the wt week. Mr. H.ucj a. ne of the early driller In the War rrn iio'jlili.irhKil. He owned four loftici, ruiiuiiiK wrl fr.in the Cost jilaee, lur w!il,!i lie laid 'x hundred li!lar. Tiir ij iimc !n I todiiv, without Improve inrntM. would sell rtadilv for fixteen ihuiHind dullifn, mid in ten j-e.ir from no il will le worlTi iwonly-'otir lii jui- 4ii I d Han ' d ' iWr a firt at dral more. ir.MMi Mil w I.-nkkt Kwnk l.i j V:c, kIio was idttccd in tho couulv I ul oil a i' lioui. tliaij-e recently, tailed :il the !it cilice Monday nd tuiphal kMy i!ei;icd the ai'cuw'.iott. He (hows ii Uttrr (mill John K'ippW iiiloriiiinK (mo tlint if l.e cuile to Oiei'.on h Con'.d e.i-iU i'i-i n ioli ruiiuii ' a donkey eli- jii:e, and cUitiu thi v hi ti1v oh- i-i l in comiiiK t the t. ttf. U-l U k at lli tl. Mr. S, K. 14 mi, ff., h- ' n-rrow t e i) f" in '' ' nm I! Weducwlny lie vi ' ordln. Milton cm : V Hi ullon in !;.: ' lien b,1KH' ml Mr. 1'tuoii were c. rried Ili'- Ihc deep !ir I.jIow the (oid by the I'mnt enj rvul. MrM. Mmtin Whitr. and rope Joy Imp-tntd bUU very 'l portnr.ely nn 1 lished hint out. We arc informed llust !br- ntleMiou of the Carm io medal C'HmniUtc will Ijfi'Al'.e l to the died. J, W. VniN.lla w.i ill Si. Helen ThuiwUy liiipinK the ll oi Hie caltle wUith he recently adtertimd lor mle In the Mitt. The aJ. liroujht the utun llmt witiiUiHIit'i". Hyoulmveanylliiiif Jor m'c ndvettii.c it, "( SaiU MMy kvc of good land Cloe to lloidton lit burKtiin. Stuull piimcul down, and balance on time, 8. J. ItOYD. Mr. Vrniik Koliuid ba purchncd ol W, It. Mllurd a lot on the hixhland jt t ..I Mr. IjiwV nronriv, and will nm the erection of a modern cot tage. Mrs lolm I'tim. of llonlton, is quite diiit;etousl,v mk with dropsy. Her con- dllioii 1 considered o erioil that lur tieiir relHli.'M have hevn Kuninioned to herK'.W.le. ft i said the A. A C. Railroad Com pany i !i:t to make tt Rrcat increase in it IieittU m'rs. I'nleM Ihey can in-diii-c the tt'iiib.l to atand in willl them the result will be to divert a i;reat ItMlofihe (refill tiaihe from (he rail road io tnc liver, j Mrn. I'r. I'Vnlon d cliitdico, oi IVrtlmid, UvisituiR Mrs. t-euion n pi"- ntK, Mr. and Mr. Judge Dart. ii;.,.r Andersoii. of Clutukniile, and Joi. Holladiy, of lccr Island, have been drawn on the l'cdcrul Kroiul lury, wtiieii coiiveiifsou l'ebruary 1:1, in rorll.ind. ri.,.,,ii t,idi.e T. A. Mcllrido will luve lit. Ill til- Uimiee of nil addiliomil Circuit JiidKelihidintiict if tcnme l!ill N'o. mi tni.odneed bv Senator HednM, be- cotmnlaw. This bill provide for the appointment fnn uddilioitul Judge at once by the Ciovernor, with provision for tho elecliou of judge at the next elec tion. Mr. J, W, Allen uml sou Tommy are vinitinR rulalives in Washington County. ' Quite n party of hi fiiei'i'" surprised r..i..i. tmur nt hi home in Houlton last Tuesday nlKht, the occasion bein hi -tU hiithday, Curd KAnie ud dancing were enjoyed nutil a lute l"r. Ralph ay that herenner ne ia k""K have a birthday about once a mouth. MAKKiitn At the court house iu St. Helen, on Monday, I't-hruary 1st, Mary M. I.or t Joscl)U UMt J,"',!0 Dart performli.R the ceremony. Both parties are resident ol St. Helens. ... r.rl. uleamer IrahU hn changed 'her ptn ' "l1i,l8 in rrt" laiui 10 nit - ...(... ..t n.-ui n. m.. making all . ...i. i.xni ni Ai.ersireei. leaving. a iieici""""-! - - . way landings between romum. u Rainier. lb. I S -V. v ' ' 1 SYLVKSrKR. FARRKLL. Through the Courtesy of liavi I Davis, of the Timbcriiuiu, we are able to present to our reader IhU week nil excellent likrnt of Hon . Sylvester Farrell, who died u-renMy in Portland and who was Uite largely interested in und well known throughout' Columbia Comity. I'oui'jti.i Orange meet at Ool.lc to morrow (Saluiday). Alt who Can pos sibly do fj ltould atleu I, u many mat ters of importance will cone up for dis cuss o i . Mr. C. O. HLe, of R liuicr, wa a viiitor Vt St, Helens SliHt Wcluesday, H8 advertisement nt a contractor ap pear in the Mi! thi week. Rhahy hoh Oixi.'i-axcv The hcmt bank building 'will lie reidy for .he oc- ciipin y u! tlit' loliimbia (.ounty nana ael week. The faihireol the contract r to "ui ike jjiw.1" ha caused coii.iikr.ible deljy, anl still further delay ha bfi.n caiued by the fact th it sonic of Hit wo-k dur.c lelore the bun Knien took chtrge :wciitd -nined by the architecl ind ha I to be torn ojt an 1 '. s-iz o.'cr. Sir, J Wall, of Miriae'ile. Wi vc.tjiH, ha bctsi pr:-;H'Ctin : io S'. H":',(.-ih dur ing the Mil week an I it vU pls.'ie i with the outlook lor Ilia grotfi of our town thut lie will probably return this spring to eiut.;e iu business. Mr. and Mr. H. A. Crouie, of Crou. villc, M line, are vi-itiug relative! in thi viciuiiy. Mr. Crouse is looking for a location to pi-t up a home in St. Helens, as lie ilcaire to live here in f liure. Several fine farm under cultivation ill the great Twin Falls irrigated tract. Will trade lor timber lands in OieK'iil or VVasbiuglon, Falls Farm Company, j 713 CorU-lt Building, Tor! hind, Or. 2-1-' Why do so many people buy Fencock flouif tlccau c they wanlil. hy do tlie.v? Ho rnn-e it Ihe bfst. Wheie do tiiev j;et il? At ('.lay's, in St. Helen. It mil sells any other Hour iu this coun try 4 lo I. You can get y. ur money back evcrv lime and we wont l.e disagreeable iitxiut it either, if what oa get al (iray's don't suiljou. M. C. UKAY, St. Helens, Ore. Mr. J, W. (Juick, tc icher of the pri mary grade in the St Hi 'ens rchnol, t$ con lined to her house by sickness, llur- ing her absence -Miss Fiva Maslen has charge of that dertineiit. Mr. 1C. 1C Quick and duughter Anna were Fortlaud visitors by the Iralda last Tuculay, "Mr. M. F, Ibuen is nomewhat tin- proveil utter several wees oi kvi-i. lies, during whicii he hat suffered greatly. Mr. Claude CloiiUiger, of SMppoose, visited with Frauli Fl.ii;-;. of M. He en-, several day this week. , " We write fire insurance. Coliiinbin t'omitv lt.ink. Takkn Vi'--At my place near Ver lionia, ou Inn. 25th, 1W0, one spotted cow about six years old, and otic calf about six months old. Owner can have same by paying for feed and d. . W. I'RINGI.15. Mr, N, L. Casaday, of Foitlnud, who was recently married, accompanied by Ills wife, viiitcd his mother mid slsterr Mrs. M. Casaday aud Mrs. J. W, Clark, of this placo. The conlruction of Mr. Charles Muekte's new" brick building lis beeu retutded by the destruction of the, plans in the office ot the t.rchitect at Kelso, Washington, The illustrated lecture nt the Method ist church last Saturday night was well attei.ded. und is said to have been very Interesting and instructive. Syrup of White Fine and Tar, the old reliable cough remedy. For sale hy A.J. Denting, druggU, DitNfiSTDr. Rnuibo will tie in St. Heleus, at the St. Helen Hotel Friday aud Saturday ol each week, prepat', lo I do all kind of dental work. Mrs, Guy iliiigluim, of Jnncsville, W is,, is visitiu-t her brother, Muiel Dennett, and friends in tUU pU . A Suck Swis-di.hr A hum peddler, giving bis name a John Smith and his residencea Hillsboro, worked a l"rt-wt-iKbt game in thi neighborhood (lur ing the past week and succeeded in vie limUiii)! a number of housekeeper. The quality ol his good wa excellent ; the wiu llB coiisioting in cheating bn the weight of the haul by means of a scalt fixed so ns to indicate a greater than the actual weiijlit. One lady iu St. U'-lens bough L a ham ntl4iw.ini, tb actual ueij-ht ol which at nhoarn by two honest scale wa only eight pound. The man was dark couiplcnioucd and drove a Tine team of Imr.u'. If the HilHtioro people ki 0 him will they plcatc furnish his true name and address, as the dairy and food commissioner may have business with him. For SaUK Good clover bay. Three vnrielie of early potatoes, Sunrise, Early Rose and American Wonder, also Bur bank. For particulars inquire of or write C.J. I,arsen. Warren, Oregon. 2 15 Mr. I,. R. Farris, of Rainier, wa up r.centlv for the pu:po-e of scaling a raft of log for his mill, at that place. The steamer Shoshone is taking a cargo of tie" at Scbiipbach's hoist. It is un derstood that the big mill at Yanco'iver expects to r.ift its tie at that place here af er. C. T. TreiC l(, county suivcyor, visited Clat-ka:iie Tui-mIjv to do some road work fj tUec-i'u'.y. lrs li Pei.-y oi ilo illon, i viiiin-j with her d rigii'fr, Mrs, Minnie lirouse, of t'nive 5 ty i'trk. Sujiciiuli inliiit Collin lias been h i during liif jasl wee!: securing rouuij for the U'uc'-.er who will uegia ti.eir ex iiij - i .a io!i:ict eduesd:;y. It i thought there a ill lie ab.r.i; twenty present. l:?lj!tj'i:v;ri'.l.v rosiroVKO Tin: bill lur he iacieisc of Ihe salaries of ihc deputy clerk, treasurer, en I s.ho.d su; crimen lent ol Cc-luuiou Co'.iuty has btea mdifiiiittiy postpvoc l upon Ihe motion f Representative) Conicre. The bill had fw-scd the Sen ile and would ua.loabt edly huve be- o:iie a hi- had it not been for the objection of .Mr. Conyi rs. Superintendent Collins his been p poi nte. I by the State Teacher' Associa tion as a uiem'K'r of a couirailtee to in vestigate the condition of the country schools of Oregon, to report at the next meeting nt Albany during the Usl week in June. There are five members of the committee iucludiug such wrtl known educator as iJr Sheldon, of the Stale University, and Principtl Travers, of ine Monmouth Xotaial. Charles Olsen U opening a new stone quarry on the A. X. Clark place at Hiulton. lor lieiil'.h and happiness De Wilt's Little, Fditly Risers pleasant little liver pills, tt.e best made. Sold by A. J. IX-ming and Scjpyoosn Drug Co. Will trade city lots 'or timber lai.d in Oregon or Washington. Mill Laud Company, 713 Corbelt Building, Fortlaud Oregou. 2-12 Fish, when procurable, at George" meat market, St. Helens. jSllollTHoliN FUlLS FOR AlE Full blood' of the Uvn stiains. ilitu sre of lvnicr Coiiiii ll. Deer Ib'.uud. I want to contract for the stumping of 10 or -0 acies in sw 'j nw V sec. 34 tp 4 n r 2 w. Addns W. 11. Young, Fort Ste vens, Oregon- 1-3'! Takkn Ci" At my premises in Houl ton n black Hoisttin heifer uhoot 10 months old. Owner can have same by paying for feed'Ug and Ihe cost of this idvertiscmcut. W. L. TOLMAN. Fob S.M.H A new liousi", with good lot, for fiKO ; alio 2il choice lots, either sincly or in croup. I will also sell 140 lots, all in cue g onp. including 1-00 fee of deep water front a choice fuctory site, Wm. M. Ross. K1ST A good miiny people lost thcii potutors during the c ld map. Mr, V. N. Ilice, lat.i of Michigan, i i the v.il'ey looking for a luca ion. U a ill', ai d work li.tn quii-t-d down a li'tle during the bad weather. A doub'e wire was pill up ou th'. Ivi?! Vonii'tiia lino two yeais ago and it was expu to 1 to be used as a metallic circuit but at a unetinff Monday it wna voted Ul lake down wire No. 2. A Herman, on Rock Creek named tdmleiH'ck had the misfortune to lose both bis house and-barn and tho'r con tents last week by (he. The fumily are receiving considerable help Irom sym piithijit;g friend. Oi'O. Olsen, Jil. Dnllleld, Sam Mow and Win. l'lacke have applied for ad mission into tha Kisl-Vernonia Telo- tihona Co. It was voted to admit them on tho payment of $15 apiece. H ia amusing to sea come of "onr citi icus po p around tho corner mid say, VI wondjr if that fellow li the gnme viardnn that can e into the valley the valley the other day." The recent high wator did considerable damage to fence and full grain. The Nehnli'iu Ulver had not been excessive ly high before for eight or nine years. Mrs. F.tliu Adams has been quite lick for several itnys but is belter at writing. till Ganderbone's Forecast For February F. Inuaiy will be a very eventful month, In fact, It will be the lust of lie eventful month for Mr. IiooM-velW will have ihe Wtiito House March 4, tud after that we shiill oniy oceseionally near from him along with earthquake. iar In the Ualkans, Itaigulf, the old ai.d new husbui.ds of the Gould money, and other table new. Howev-r, be that us it wi!!, The jrrouiidliojj will oly " The impulte of piophetic gift Upon the tecond day. He'll feel the vibrant stir of spring liun up and down bis spine, r Roll over like a hired man, Sit up and yaw n nd whine, Hub till bis kimi klei in his m ei, Wind np hi wintfr nouZ4, Futon his go-to-ineetin' clothe And pate nt leather shoe. As.'emI the xtalrwuy of hi lair, Olnerve the sky awhile, . And join the Ananias Club In line and dandy style. An I then the dale of Lincoln' birth will timorously dawn, ami the wet and dry will show as who? line-up he stood upon, 'flu dry will ay lie never drunk, the wet will claim he did, they'll ehow him standing 40 way fov Kur.duy' on li e lid, the women will parade and pray for 1120 for men, and the brew eric will sigh for the goud did titntg again. . St. Valentin' day will eoine on the 14th. This will be l lie biggest day of the month, inasmuch ns it will give the pwjde who heli. ve in protecting m-r-iean art an opportunity to ' Ow ns juxt what the tariff is doing for it. There will, i f C iiirs re a few of the hideous caricatures whii h eveiybody got when our native artists were compelled to compete with lbs cheap labor of Europe but in i be main tin. Va cutir es will be a Kieut improvement on anything we have seeu. After looking il.em over we shall be able to determine prvtiy wed whether art, like the steel industry, is now tjuil aide to tike care of itself, or if it is utill tin infant and needs all ihe baby food that Uncle Joe Cannon can give it. But while the symbol of a lova 'i hat dietli not nor Jails And other kinds of valentines Ate g-dug through the mails, And almost everybody is Ou edge to take a shot At the coward who addressed to him The cruel one he got While all of this is toing on In lighter humor, still, You bet your botiom dollar that The Secret Service will Be on the job for Roosevelt And watchful to a man To see no ugly ones are ent At pieseii; to Japan. On the fecor.d Wednesday in Feb ruary the vote of the electoral college will be foimally opened at a joint ses sion of both houses of Congress, and it will 1 found that Sil votes wore cast for Taft and Sherman aud 1(12 for Bry an and Kern. Mr. Carnegie says fig ures prove nothing, but the reeurre ce of Ibesf will nevertheless prove a little embarrassing. Between St. Valentine's day and Vahinu'totr birthday there will be a lull enlivened fr m time to time by Carrie Nation in London Tower, news paper editors sentenced to hard labor on the Panama Canal for gosfiping about the Government, and the Duke of the Ahruisi giving up all for Miss Elkins. The dept w ill continue on ils homeward way, mnkintf Spain, wh -re ihere will be a treniendou ovation tendered it on Feb. 31. Ami then the day of days will come When everyone will try To honor most th name of him Who never told a lie Who never wrote a nature fake 'Or lied about a deal In timber binds, or called the snle In Panama a steal. Or represented Standard Oil l!vhind the country's back, It-it always made a very straight And unsuspicious truck. T. R. will take a cherry tree and dr;i it through the aisles of Congress till the country whoops and even Con gress smiles; and haviuir surfeited him self with this amusing ukit, he'll center Tillman out and rim him up and doan a hit. , ' . At night the Ananias Clu' will bur geon with a ball and all the liars will dlspirt and frolic in the hall. The cheerful liar will consort and niiiule with tlie pUiiu, the unpremeditated type will trip to the retrain, the willful liar will eay the Merrv Widow walti", the nave infernal liar will ba welcomed for his faults, tho artful liar will-rousiun V, , j ,c T .iConrt for tho relief prayed for in the Hades, and the uioll i cmpainti to-wit: For a decree di-solv the truth to utter dam liar will delight the uono too equeaiulslf Indies. The sens in for siftiiift the ashes ends on Ash Wednesday, Feb 24. The sup position is that we can make ends meet in some other way dining Lent, which Immediately follows.' February was named for Februus. an old Etruscan god with a bad liver. In formation ol hitil Is meager, hut history i calls him a holy terror, and he appear to have been a providential preparation ' of the earth for the subsequent occur rence of President Castro. .... Tlie password for the month will be "I'ossuro." Prosperity will return on the 28th. And then the idea of March will come, Which long auo played hob And tlm fattest man we ever chose Will go upon the job. Take De Witt's Kidney anc Bladder Pill They are lor sieak back, backache rheo urific pains and all kidney and bladder trouldr. Soothing and antiseptic. Reg ular .7. 50::. Sold by A. J. Dcniing and Scadpoose Drug Co. Siotiee. Thi to notify the public that the nndmlgncd is in no wise connected wiih, nor has any interest in the butcher busi ness carried on at Scappoose, Oregon, by Archie Cloningcr, who is the sole owner of said business. Thi 3rd day of February, 1809. THOMAS CLONIN'GER. TEACHER'S EXAMIXATI05 Notice is hereby given that the Coun ty Superintendent of Colombia County will hold the regular examination of ap plicant for date and county paper at St. Helen, as follows: Fob State Pa peas Commencing Wednesday, nt 9 o'clock a. iu., and continuing until Saturday, February lUlli, at 4 o'clock p. ra. Wenni sday Penmanship, History, Spelling, Physical Georapr.y, Reading, Psychology. . Thursday Written Arithmetic The ory of Teaching, Grammar, Bookkeep ing, Physics, Civil Government. Friday Physiology, Geography, Com position, Algebra, English Literature, School Law. Saturday Botany, Plane Geometry, t History. F'oa Cotrs-rr Pafuks Commencing Wednesday , February 10:h. at 0 oVlock a. in., and rontintiing until Friday, February 12th, at 4 O' clock p. m. Wednesday Penmanship, History, Orthography, Reading, Physical Geo graphy. Thursday Written Arithmetic, The ory of Teachii.j,- Grammar, rhysiolotty. Friday Geography, School Law, Civ il Government, Englsli Literature. Dated at St. Helens. Oregon, thi 29th day of January, 1909. J. H. COLLIS8, County Superintendent of School. Don't Vet A Ulveree A western Judge granted a divorce on account of ill-temper and bad breath. Dr. King' New Life Pills would bava prevented it. They cure Constipaiton, causing bad breath and Liver Trouble the ill-temper, dispel colds, banish head ache, conquer chill. 25c. at Houlton, Deer Island and Warren. FOR SALE! Fine farm land, 40 acres all levt l and fenced, 15 acre- culti vated, 3 acr.- in tierrie and fruit, l'a nv leg from Warren, good w .ter, 12 room lionte, large bam, 2 hores, 2 cow-, hi d full line of faio. loud meiila to with the .l:ic. One half cash, balance in 3 to 5 y nrs. Oneoftiie !xt dairy ranehe in Co iiiubia County, lei) acrws .,11 feiiit-d, 12n acrt-s i pasture, 10 acres in orchard, 2'a miles to sih -ol lost t'ffif ai d ioie on plai-e. liooil wat.r riveks, sprit (, and i wo good well, 9 room house good barn, 1 si an of hor-s, 5 Cows, and full I'm of farm imple ments ao wiih the place. Two thirds cash. F'ine team of horses, erage about lo00. Will ay- I i v THE COLUMBIA COUNTY ABSTRACT AND TRUST CO. SUMMONS In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore gon Tor Columbia County, Agws Durand, plaintiff, vs. E. P. Du rand, defeiidant,. To U. P. Durand, the above named de fendant : In the nnme of the State of Oregon : You are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint tiled against you in the above emitted suit, on or before the 22nd day ot March, 1909, and if you fail to so appear and answer said com plaint the plaintiff will apply to the ing the DianiaKe relation exlting be tween yourself and plaintiff and divorc ing yon from plaintilf and for such other aud further relief us shall be equitable and Just. This summons ii published pursuant to an order of the Hon.T. A. MoBride, Judge of said Court, dated February 4th, 1909, In and by which said order six weeks Is prescribed as the uimvifor pub liention of this summons. First publication Kelirunrv inn. 1909. Last publication Maicti 19ib, l'J9. BECK&HOECKER Attorney for plaintiff.