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'Mn. Btkec. of Warren was a
visitor to Houlton on Tuesday. (
.-" The Yankton school will re-i
open on next Monday.
Mrs. T. J. Walker, who has
been very ill, is improving.
D.H. Pope was in town Wednes
day of last week.
Mr. Pomeroy of Scappoose was
in Houlton on Saturday.
L. H. Combs visited Portland
a few days last week.
Lawrence Tar bell was in town
O. Dahlgren went to Portland
Thursday, returning Friday.
Miss Edith Clark is ill at the
home of her parents.
Prof. Collins was a passenger
on the early train Saturday for
Mrs. I. J. Hersha, who is visit
ing her mother at' Broadacre, is
expected home shortly.
Ray Brewster of Prineville was
visiting friends in Houlton Fri
The infant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. R. S. Welch has been
very ill for several days.
A dancing party will be given
tonight at Bishop's Hall by Misses
Dunn and Fake.
Mrs. Wm. Ketel and two child
ren, Louise and Will Jr., visited
relatives in Columbia City on last
P. C. C rouse was among the
Houlton people who went to Port
Miss Mamie Smith of Happy
Hollow is visiting at the home of
Mrs. Allenbaugh was in from
Bachellor Flat on last Thursday.
Robert Seal of Columbia City
Dent Saturday in Houlton, the
guest of U. W. Clark and family, i
Miss Sara Kelly went to Fort
land on last Saturday.
Mrs. O. L. Howard is contem
plating a trip to California in the
Mrs. Gill was up from Colum
bia City on last Thursday and
visited at the home of Chas.
Mayor Long was in Portland
Wednesday on official business.
Mrs. Edward Stanwood was a
passenger on the early train to
Mrs. Oliver Smith of Happy
Hollow was a visitor in Houlton
on Wednesday of last week.
Mr. Boyles, who formerly con
ducted a confectionery shop and
Notice to Creditors
IN THE COUJiTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR COL
In th natter rf the estata A Mike
Notice is hereby given. tbt the onder
aigned was, on Jsnosry 17, 1913, duly
appointed administrator of the eiate
bore named by the Judge of the
1 m,r and that he has tlUalififd.
ZZZtoZSi prm a-7 PI. '813 an- If yon (ai. . ap
Jbe same duly verified in the mann-r ! 1' r .n.wer, fr wn-.t .hereof, tl .
tbe same, amj plaintiff will take j idii rot ag m y -n
reqoired b, taw . d P for the wu of .oc togeth.:-with
Touchers therefor attached, withio i 1
. . ' of thi. intrrtibereonattle nteot ,.g:tpr
ty, thm nnderaiened at the ottiee
-of Mal'arkey, Seabrook &. Dibble, Room
1502 Yeon Building, l'onland, Oregon,
Dan J. Malarkey, Administrator,
Date of first publication, Jan. 31, 1913.
Date of last publication. Feb. 28, 1913.
Malarkey, Seabrook A Dibhle,
Attorneys for Administrator.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR COL
In the matter of the estate of Joseph
Notice is hereby given that P. W.
Harrison, as the administrator of the
state of Joseph Bayburn, deceased, has
tendered and presented for settlement,
and filed in said court his final account
of his administration of said estate, and
that Monday, the 24th day of February
1913, at 130 o'clock p in of said day, at
the court room of said court, at the court
house in the city of St. Helens, Colum
bia county, Oregon, has been duly ap
pointed by the Judge of said court for
the settlement of said account, at which
time and place any person interested in
aid estate may appear and file excep
Horn t aafd account aod hare tbelr ob-
Jectioua to mid aeeoaat JtaarJ.
ia na rt pntlllbIUlt 4th AmfltgtUmst yon lor thm tmm ot $100.00 with.
V. Barriaee), aaaaaa from tie JStn dy ol Noreanber, J
news stand in Houlton, is here
now from Ohio. Mr. Boyles has
taken over the business from Mr.
Shields and will run the candy
Mrs. Samuel Long has returned
to her home after a protracted
visit to her daughter, Mrs. Hazel
Long Barry in Portland.
Mrs. Jennie McCready arrived
Wednesday evening from Port
land and with her two small
children will be the guest of her
mother, Mrs. 0. 1 Howard, for
a few days.
Arthur Fowler of Trenholm
was in Houlton Thursday.
Miss Margaret Long went to
Portland on the 4 o'clock tram
Thursday to see "The Squaw
Man" playing at the Baker The
atre last week.
Harry Dunn arrived here from
Aberdeen, where he has been for
some time and will remain in
definitely. Mrs. LaBare and two children
attended the benefit dinner at
Bishop's hall on Tuesday even
ing. Harry Lowe has purchased lots
near Oasis Park, or as is better
known, in "Swedeville," and
will probably build a bungalow
in the near future.
Mrs. James Grant was in Houl
ton Monday in the interest of the
entertainment at St. Helens on
Ruth Duncan spent the week
end with her parents in Scappoose
returning on Monday to resume
her duties as teacher of the
Happy Hollow school.
Dan Burns of Peninsula camp
was in Houlton Friday en route
to the new bolt camp out Tren
Harry Bennett has leased his
Houlton property and is remov
ing his family to St. Helens, their
former home. Houlton regrets
the loss of Mr. Bennett.
Mrs. Sailing and little daughter
have returned to their home in J
Columbia City, after a visit with
relatives at Masten's camp.
The Beavers have their build
ing ready for the arrival of their
furniture making machinery
which is daily expected to arrive.
White & White have retired
from the mercantile business in
which they had been engaged for
a number of years in Houlton.
They will, however, continue
their undertaking business as
IN' THE CIRCUIT COORT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON. FOR
3. J. Kamlnsky, Plaintiff,
George Rohlfs Defendant.
In the name of the stat of On-gon,
jroa are hereby required to appearand
anower the complaint filed agaib-t vou
in the aboye entitle! acion on or before
six weeks from the publication of this
On or before the 14tb
December. 19)0. lit lirther 1 11 of
f'X) 00 as attornet ' fee, ai,d for II r cotta
ami disbursement of his a.-lim
prayed for in the ccmptiint fiu d herein
to which reierem:e sber by tu id;.
This summons is lervt 1 upon mu ty
publication thereof for na weki suc
cessively in the S- Helens tot , ly
order of the Honorable W. A. If irris,
County Judjfe, actltg la he acr:eo
j Honorable J. A. l skii , Jude ii the
(abve entitled court, ahicti or I sr in
j dated on the 21st Jy of February, 913
Date of first publicatioii If rel. Zi 19..
Date of last publication la Aplii i.'J'-
Emmons fc uimens & itei
AttOiuayn for lUittifl,
909 iioard tf I racn,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR COLUM
BIA COUNT V.
Matt Mattson, Pbintiff,
August Kofkl, Defendant.
In the name of the 8tsle of Ongon,
You are hereby required to appeal and
answer the Complaint 01 d against, jou
in the above entitled action, on or before
sis weeks frum the publication of this
summons, to-wit ;the 14th day
of April 1913, and if yon
fail to appear or answer for aat
flJienof, the plain tin will take fudament
nteraws sa aaw.w as are par een: i
to Harsh U, 1911, and iatesvst oa I
OF NEWS NOTES FROM OUU
Mrs. Ray Lattin spent a few
hours in Houlton Thursday, en-
route to Portland, from Tren
Bonnie Gensman has been quite
sick for several days, but is con
valescent. Mrs. D. T. Gerdes is visiting
her father at Cathlamet. Before
returning she will spend some
time visiting friends at Astoria.
N. Pinckney of Carico was in
Houlton visiting friends and buy
ng supplies last week.
Mrs. Will Money was a pas
senger on the 11 o'clock train to
Portland last Monday.
Fred Hastings, real estate man,
was in Portland last Tuesday
Mr. Ford has moved his family
to Houlton and is occupying the
Mr. Harris, formerly in busi
ness herewith Mr. Powell, moved
his family to Rainier this week.
Mrs. Frank Brown and son
Eber were in from their ranch
beyond Yankton on last Thurs
day. Clinton T. Prescottspenta few
days in Portland last week in the
interests of our local newspaper,
the Columbia Herald.
Mrs. Wm. Karth and daughter
Hilda were visitors in Houlton on
Louis Rosasco. proprietor of
the Grand Central Hotel of St.
Helens and Houlton, spent Satur
day transacting business in Port
land. Henry Dockery, "proprietor"
! of the pest house, has released
jthe last of his small pox patients.
Mrs. Louis Rosasco departed on
Tuesday for Sacramento, Cal in
response to a telegram announc
ing the death of hes sister, Mrs.
Rosasco was accompanied by her
J. L. Dean is for the present
conducting the Hastings' barber
shop. Dr. Dean is from the east
and is an artist in his line of
C. Hombert of the Italian Im
porting Company left on Wednes
day for Tacoma for a short stay.
Mrs. Hazen of Warren and her
daughter, Mrs. Cooper, were in
Houlton on Tuesday evening.
H. 0. Howard has been ill for
several weeks, but is convales
cent. Mrs. Morris Churchill has re
turned from Olney, where she
$100,00 at five per cent p-r annum from
the 19ih day of March, 1912, the further
sum of $50 00 as attorneys' fee, and the
C"fltsand ilisonrtementaof this action as
prayed for in tl,e complaint filed herein
in whii'h reference is berehy made.
This Summons is served upon yon by
publication thereof for rx weeks sao-
cesslvely in the St. Helens Mist, by
ordr of the
Honorable W. A Harris,
County judge, acting in the absence of
Honorable J. A. Eakii;, Judge of the
above entitled Court, which order is
dated on the 21st lay of February, 1013.
Date of first publication is Feb 21. 1013.
Date of last publication i April 4. 1913.
Emmons & Kmmons & Keid.
Attorneys for I'ltintiff,
909 Board of Trade.
IN I HE CIRCUIT COURT I F THE
MA n OF OREGON, FOR THE
(O -NTYOF COLUM'lH.
Mai xm, Plaliitiff,
fjt 3 1 II II '4,
It th i r
Yt'B at !
p'i,i-it I ie
titled a. ti
and Ella Rllfs, D-
me if the State f Orejei
ah of vou r hereby ri
ippar and answer ,te obi. j
siios.. you in th? rbove J
a ol ut beforef . v-teks f'O n j
tilt Jin' )i itior of this tummc n to-:l:
on or t f e Uu ) 4th day of .' r.l, 191 1.
sr, i if yan- fil to apiar vt if,er tjiel
for hsm tuerecf plaintiff will uke I'i'l;;. '
mei I aa.nstjoii forth tnui i f ( 0 j
tof'i-tbtr with interest tbreon a . the ra e
I . - n n .... ... frnn, , . 1 '1 . U I
day il August the furth r sum d i
fW.OO as a'tomeys' fee. nd for. st st-d )
dis jurfn.tnis rd ibis aatiuii 8 p';ed
for :n tilt complaint filed he'etn i
whuth r. f renc is beteby ma 1 .
This 1.11 iruor.S l served upon ton and
S(b ofioilbf publication there j
weeks lacienively in the M. Helens',
Mist. by order of the Hon. W. A liarrii,
County Judge, acting In tn ai sence of
Honorable J. A. Eakin, Ju.lgj f Hie
above entitled court, which orders Is
dated the 21st dsy -f February P)13.
Dale of first pnblication I Feb. 21,1913
Date of last publication ia April 4,1013
Emmons A Btnmoat A Rvfd,
Attorneys lor n In tiff.
909 Board ef Trade, '
InAnt a fiui ii'iuili uiuitinir Uar
u to. it in i worn auu mti nvic - ---- f r
in Houlton Tuesday evening to his barber shop. J. . iw-n. lor
ttnd th- Now Pno-lanH Hinnpr merlyof Macomb. 111., anil l.eore
attend the New England
at Bishop's hall.
Mr. Eastman, president of the
Western Cooperage Company, ar
rived in Houlton on last Thurs
day en route to Trenholm.
Mrs. J. L. Zipperer and Miss
Leona Perkins visited friends
here on Tuesday evening.
The latest reports from Port
land announce the condition of
Herman Panal verv rmieh iin.
proved. Mr. Hansel hopes to
soon be back in Houlton. and de-
clares that he will rebuild his
bakery shop that was recently
destroyed by fire, erecting a mod -
ern sanitary bakery, up-to-date
in every detail.
The Houlton House will open j C. II. Bnggs. Yankton mer
immediately under new manage- chant and postmaster, was in
ment. Mr. and Mrs. Springsteen twn Monday,
have taken the buildinar and will Mica Anna if oral enme un on
run a first-class commercial hotel,
To iudce bv the number of the
registered guests on their first en wjtn her parents in St.
day. their success is assured in Helens.
their new enterprise. . Mr "and Ml9 Schien of St
T. S. White was called to Yank- Helens were in Houlton Saturday
ton on last Tuesday to disinfect en route to Portland,
the puhlic school building. This MrS Chas. English of Deer
school has been closed for some island, spent Tuesday in this city
time on account of scarlet fever wjth friends,
amongthechildren.someofwhom .,;... Mapv rnie vvil-
attended school regularly before
knowing the dangers of the con
Charles White returned home
after a few days absence in Port
George White of Chapman's
camp is spending a few days in
Mrs. Fairchild is confined to
her home with a severe attack of
Mrs. Joe Sebasky was in Houl
ton shopping on Tuesday.
Messrs. McAllister and Camp
bell were recent visitors in Houl
I me nuuucraifc juouge mei on
'Tuesday afterSoon at the I. 0. O.
rr tt .1 tL t i t.
F.Hall.' The usual business was
transacted, followed by a lunch-
eon and a social time. have their ad in this issue ami
The school at Trenholm has others will soon follow their lead,
been closed for some time past.! On last Saturday evening the
but re-opened last Wednesday. It. o. 0. F. Lodge No. 8! enter
Houltonisa city of frequent j tained the Rebekah's at a ban
changes. Within two weeks fouriquet at the Odd Fellows' Temple
of our foremost business firms
have changed hands. White &
White have sold to Oliver &
IN THE CIRCUIT CO CRT OF THE
STATE OP OREGON. FOR COL
Trina Randa Plaintiff,
August Koskl Defendant,
In the name ot the state of Oregon,
yon are hereby reqnirvd t-i appear and
answer the complaint 6lt-d "giinst vou in
the above entitled action on or before
six weeks from the publication of thi
"Ummom, to:lt: on or befote the 14th
day of April, 1913, and if you Ml to d
prir or answer for want thereof th
l li'.irjtifl will tk- judtfueiit agnin-t you
for the sum of MO), 00, togetlnr with
in eres' thereon at tne rate of 'out ,ei
cent per annum from Him St1' fny of
the further son ..ftfiO 00.
as atlon py' fee, and the costs ami di?
bnr mentt of Ibis eclioii as prajed f' r
in '.be eoUipU'U: fil:d herein tolii, ,
ref !ren -e is hi eoy r.ade.
I '.liis stimin s is teivej opon ; j b;
; pn ilicilion tl rfof Icr sit wee ki i ic
' siv fly iu the 'i . Hel -as Mist, by ot ' ir o
jtb; Hoi W. . Hauls, Count Jt le,
ac "g in the s sene! of the II n i A
i Eu1:iu, jude the ilove entitled nrt
DRAY INC AND TRANSFER
AH Business I'roMptly AttrnJe-J To ,
PHONE IS OR -12
ST. 1U LENS, CM:.0N
rST. HCLErtS rRCACII DRY
cLZAnmz a n d
PRCSSIAG IREST SCHLl.KFR
SUITS PltZSSSD WHILI I0U WAIT
SUITS MADS TO okDSS bg FIRST CLASS TAILOR
Ollvor Mr ShleklS hit SO
to Mr. Boyle of Boloit. Ohio
kml Hastinirs 1ms as muntiy,er of
Chambers has opened the meat
market recently vacated ny
Powell & Harris.
Mrs. Dspain attended the l re
fit dinner at Bishop's Hall on
Miss Cherry of Ariel, Wash.,
woa tha iniest of Mrs. N. 0.
Nick Brinn was in from Ins
, ranch near Yankton
Mrs. M. C. Churchill left on
Tuesday for a visit to relatives in
- jjrg, Luman has recovered
from her recent illness suffi-
j ciently to be out.
iiiu'o muiu w r-
the 4 o'clock train Friday from
tw Tia,i tn Brn.1 the week-
verdinjf have returned t0 their
home in Portland after a visit tr
their uncle, Wm. Karth am'
family near Yankton.
Mr. Wickstrom of Scappoos
was in Houlton for a tew hour
Mr. and Mrs. High were guesti
on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. N. 0.
Martin White and wife w ere in
Houlton Tuesday night.
Steadman Prescottand Loraine
Potter have accepted a position
at the Bolt camp.
Dame Rumor has circulated
the report that wedding hells will
. i .
ring in nouuon very soon.
The Houlton business men nre
beginning to realize that it pays
to advertise. Two new firms
on Main street. An elaborate
luncheon wa3 served and after
ward the tables were cleared and
wbl' h orde' is dut-d on th 2Ut bv of
ftale of first publication u 'e'. 21,11)13
Ita e t la t publiratjo,, . p, 4.
Emmons A Kmin 11 & Hei.l,
Atturneys for I'ihI t.ti ir.
(JCU tloatd of Trmle.
I'ortl.iii,l, Orejj n.
Notice' to creditors.
IN T IE DISI RKT t'oIJUf CP 1 1IK
Uni ed Stu'ej. Pa- the Dj-trict n'O-einu
I i 'he mi'te
of fti C. I)avi,!-i
b inkrrpt ;
N '.'24 in I a1 kniplce.
Ni-ti i' ben by iriven 1b.1t o-t he 21-t
(!.iv o'" Tel ruare. A !., Ii):), K y r.
Ilnvi'lfon, ot M.iyx-'i, Oregon 1 ii nk
rilt't at ove nnme I. an -ImIv ioIIii i'ji .1
Unkrn..!: and Hint the fir. meet,,,,.,.
his credit a will hebl st He dices
of th Hude-sUncd r 4"1.2 3, V. n.
t: n !! 1 Mi t, r b il l, Dm ,( n lh 7 !i
div ,f Mirth. r!."., t iO , . m , .-t
w!iTi im ' iii 1 rirditi r mi u r n I.
ji"i.V: iei- ci:,iir.i, apt, t,t a ,r
exurji 1 j I'jn bttkitipt, in 1 ir i'm t
nu:b .1 h I.iifti 1: a- niav p:- tr
fOllH r i '. t ill lil f hi jr
CI 1 1 18 i.iif.t b vrc 1? iH I hi fo 0
and Sale Si able
fit. Helens, Or.
wl.ist was playe.1. The IMn knti
Hiitiripnte a lanwt in return
fr this c urtey in U near
The Beavers are busy these
ilava. Iiist week
wnnr t.. Portland and to St. Johns
where they negotiated for their
machinery. As " " tnls a.r;
rives the furrif.i-c factory win
Houlton was well represented
on Saturday niht at the dance
in St. Helens. This was one of a
series of dances that Mr. IaKe
h:ts given, and was a very wtll
regulattd ' very enjoyable
iiffnir. Zuitluh's orchestra of
Portland dispensed the music.
Among those present from Houl
ton were: Mrs. I'helps. Miss
Phelps, Misses Reid. Fake. New
bolt, Dunn. Mrs. Kelley and
Messrs. White. Keid. New bolt,
Grubb and Smith.
A new epoch in the history of
St. Helens was reached when
their weekly paper's name and
heading was changed.
St. Helens on the map
in a most
impressive manner, lne name is
well selected and most appropri-
ate. The beautitul ana mnjeauc
outlines of Mt. St. Helens in the
background, the handiwork of
the Great Artificer, is an inspir
ation, and stands as an ever
lasting monument to the thriving
little city for which it was
Mr. and Mrs. Harry. 0. Oliver
of Waterloo, Ore., who formerly
were residents of Houlton. on
Hast week bought out the general
nerchandise business of White
i White. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
ire not new to the city or to the
Mercantile business as they were
formerly in busir.es here, and
many friends are glad to welcome
The dinner given at Bishop's
hall on Tuesday" evening by the
ladies of the M. V.. church was a
great success and the receipts
far exceeded expectations. A
delicious menu was served con
sisting of roasts of beef and pork,
stewed potatoes with brown
gravy, baked beans, slaw and
salad, pies, cake and coffee
Houlton turned out well and St
Helens was well represented. The
proceeds were for the minister.
Klmer Combs, the youngest son
ofL. II. Combs, has been an
pointed city agent of the Daily
Oregonian, and will attend to his
new duties with promptness.
reiiind bv the biikiu.try act, anl
The fi-he lule H. li.(,,,. e.in,Hte,l
IWlMIHOII ' II t . I li -0 fKl.
Dated F. b 24tli, l!ll:t,
litfcree in It.mkr. p'cy.
Sumlay School, 10 a. m. Sul.jrci:
God's Covenant with Abraham.
Mornintr service 1 1 a. 111. Suliji-ct,
Kpworth lAngie, r:4? p. m. Sub
j Ct.: The I,a!iirs of Jesus. MiHS
.Mivo Quick leader,
livening Service, 7::i') p. m. Sub
jeflt: The Waniinjr.
K. T. Luther. I oh tor.
To Whom it May Concern
AM nerwn.i knowl-i;' them ielvea
J ;l t ( l.j us plea.se call anil settle
"l .. Vhiie & VVl.ite.
S:ily, March lBth to April 15th
a via i tl U
i nn in
ti.; (1,1 i,i
FHOM OTHER EASTERN
You run J....:, i i .... .
I lis E..t
,unol Wn m.j
1 If !- ... .
Elinor is one of our youngest
Subiness men, and h an examp!,
to many who are greatly tj,
senior, as he Is a hustler anda
thoroughly reliable and depend
We.the committee who solicly
donations toward the New Eng.!
land dinner that occurred on
Tuesday evening, desire to lhank
all those who so liberally coe
tributed as well as those whoa
sisted in making the event i
possibility and a success both
socially and financially. St. Hel
ens and Houlton are small, hut
for liberality and good will their
equal cannot easily be found.
N. A. Perry visited school
iVmaris Crouse U absent on it
count of sickness.
The Fifth and Sixth grades had i
milling match on Monday. Two of
the k Iris were winners of the cot
Alton Clark waa anient two dip,
Mr. Clarence Matiten paid atlst
to the school Monday.
Charles Eversaul of the Inter
termediata department is again abb
to resume his school work, after i
The Third grade has discontinued
the study of Language and are not
deep in the rules of Hygrne.
Miss Conologue's room, the Inter
mediate, observed Washington'i
birthday on Friday. The after
noon was devoted to an exhaustive
oral examination on the life of the
Futher of our country.
Nora Gensman has been abieu
on account or sickness, but let!
The Fifth grade pupils are very
busily studying preparatory to th
great spelling contest which ocean
on Friday of this week.
Misses Edith and Charlotte Pn
cott were visiting the school
The Clark children are absent
from school on account of sicknea
in tho family.
To the Public.
Mr, and Mrs. II. O. Oliver bej
to announce thah they have bought
out the firm of White & White and
will continue a general merehandia
business. They will be pleased tt
meet their former acquaintance)
and to make new ones. The Olivsti
j will carry staple lines of goods, ui
by prompt attention and courteom
treatment of all hop to merit 1
partion of the patronage of the
buhinesa of Houlton.
ror hale Good second cuttinf
clover and first cutting timothj
and clover; alao Early Rose, Ameri
can Wonder and Durbank seed p
tatoes; alsti a new variety called tl
Kverffreen, a great y folder and fin
potato; I yearling Jersey bull,
head hogs 8 months old. all rcadf
for block, but severaf good brood
sows among them; pure Shadel and
Wonder seed oaU; also about fiw
dozen young hena. On account of
going away from Warren for suit
time the.- articles must be sold
before March 1st.
For particulars see, phone or
write C J. Larson, Warren, Ore.
Ht. Psul .
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POINTS IN PRftPftBT.niu
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LKER, Afnt .
iNecs out thlr mess-sr fa,