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,m UK.inow'" '"'sno direct mail to Warren
rmintV Of f ici al:truin tr'"'" noU'ven stop at War
F0 Jr i r,'n un,J a rt'su" that most ol
Perhaps the ollicers in 1'i.rt-
Lj are handling the situation
. i I . t Mt l
Inarehiata in the beat isiMe
but at a distance it looks
1 ke thi y are at least two weeks
Xe. Several arrests have been
LaJe.but only wiimn me pasi
'e day, while judtfintf from
the reports, these arrests with a
lirite number more ire very
tardy. When men ana women
!are permitted to occupy the
itret'ts of a city like l'ortland and
there curse the officers, call them
curs, skunks and other epithets,
vilify the flair under which they
are permitted to earn $18 per
tk as professional agitators.
nrit.- riots and do other anar
chistic think' for several weeks,
ith only warnings from the
ifficiTS to keep still and not ro to
'ir, it is certainly time that self
-espectir.tr people anu cuizer.B
ihoulJ demand action. II the
ifficers are urable to handle
these anarchists ana trouble
makers in Portland the citizens
.hnuld t:ike a few lessons from
the smaller places like Marshfield
indBandon. It would be very
unhealthy for a fool woman like
that so-called doctor, who ap
parently had the whole police
force buffaloed in Portland the
other day. to undertake such tac
tics in the smaller places. The
ay she would be handled would
be a lesson to these paid atritators
that they would not soon forget,
regardless of the yellow journals
and the ravines of the mad anti-
government mob. Ueally it j
hard to believe that men who are'
charged w ith the enforcement of
the laws would permit such j
things to k( on so far as they
have in l'ortland. It looks like
they were afraid of something;
afraid that the anarchist papers
will scorch them, or that some
certain organization will renu m
ber them politically or that there
is something behind their in
action that would not be whole
some readinjf if published. In
ry event the officers have now
been placed in a position where
they actually were compelled to
do something and let us hope
that they will now (to to the very
limit in enforcing the laws and
brint to an end the disgraceful
Scenes recently enacted on the
public streets of that city.
A news dispatch from F.ugene
I 'ays that the cannery of the
Fruit Crow-era Association at
that place is running to full ca
pacity and 24 quarts of logan
berries or rasoberries are being
turned out for every minute of
the working day. If the fruit
growers of Lane Countv can ac
complish such results there is no
reason why the fruit growers of
Columbia County cannot do as
i'll. There is no place on the
toast that has better soil, climate
and other conditions for produc
ing fruit than e have and if
the fruit ornwprs will organize
and help themselves the results
m financial increase of the prod
ucts of the orchard will be very
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be built at some convenient point
Where thn irrnmori prvillH flwHOSP
of their products at good prices
nd be assured of those prices
year after vear hundreds of
acres more would be cleared and
put into fruits and berries.
A news note in one of the Litf!
pupors last week says that a
postal card made the trip around
uie world in l.r day. If it hal
U'on Blurted from St. Helens ad
dressed to Warren or Si appooHe
it would have taken at least two
or three days longer. The mail
servic-i between St. Helens and
otlier Columbia County points is
just Bimply rotten. That is the
uest that cun he said for it. One
train a day takes mail from St.
Helens to Snippoose, and there
Utl no 'I'ln m. ..nila
i' mail from this place to Sean-
poose or Warren goes to l'ortland
first and then retun s some time
the next day or so. Down river
points are in about the same con
dition and it certainly is time
that Home improvement in the
mail service from St. Helens be
There was considerable criti
cism of the action of the council
for passing the dog muzzling or
dinance when it became gener
ally known, but since the two
deaths in l'ortland from rabies
and the spread of the disease to
swine and other slock in the
country there is no one who will
oppose the measure. It is for
the protection of the public and
should be strictly adhered to by
the owners of dogs. If you have
a dog that is worth keeping put
a muzzle on it or the Marshal will
Sherwood F If, Cot enain of
Clark 8 40
Sherwood F II, Cot exam of
Johnson u 00
Wood II (', work for assessor M 26
Christie Kdna. " " 25 00
St Helens I-aundry. laundry .60
Glai-s Si Prudhotnu.e Co, tup
to clerk 45 40
Kushung &. Co, up to clerk If 00
VunUrahoven L J, sup to
jrveyor H 20
failure II K. session laws S fiO
St Helens Tel Co, telephone 22 55
Kilhatn SU & I'rtg Co. sup
to sheriff and treasurer Hi Kr
Salroy W A, repair typewriter i7 00
Ceo A Hateson & Co, annotations
for codes 7 00
II'.are II K, postage and x
jires 2' 00
Harrison A S, sup to Turner
Popejoy Mrs Itcssie, cure of
Grewell T K. digging graves
for Turner children
Cade Mrs C, care Turner
Koss Dr. L G. care Turner,
Snenet et al :i0
Mr Daniels Kd, care of Thomp
son 16 00
Wooden J L. care of Taft,
co 00 1
H 00 I
Itt T H. milk for Alhertson
Home for the Aged, care of
Ulass & Prudhomnie, election
Blarkburn F.lmer. livery hire
to county judge
Watkitis Fred, tobacco and
Sherwood & Koss, burial of
Johns C H & Co. sup to AI-
Watts & Trice, sup to Cranat 12 40
Weed O G, J of V state vs
Adams ( 3 55
n ,.ii,,rrv constable" 5 00
hrwnnJ F II. cor ini Kobt
McPherson 13 40
Wooden J L, cor phy Kobt
MI'lierson 6 00
Dennett 0 H. team to coroner 10 00
W..lmter Hattie. witness mtj
of McPherson '
Webster E K
I)inallnn 0 O
Mills Clive A "
Wood 0 G
Mellinger C W, juror
VanHlaricom H I
Niokerson E E
Purni-y J J
I li M I. TON l IKCI.K MMS, Womrn ol
Wowlciutt, int-fti the wcdikI ami
lourtli Tilrt-luy afternoon of eiirli
moii U at lloulton, Or. Mil. KUa
Wik-tr'iii, (iuanlian fixhtxin
Ki'H.ioow, Orr. j Minnie A Morley,
( 'olllriil.la F. ru in nut-lit No. '7,1. (.
. K. ini'ctH in the I. O. . V. Mall, on
llm mtoiiiI nnl f mrth 'IhiirmlHy ol each
month, mijuiiriii') iiik I'ati iiiriin iiiohI
rnnlially hulled to meet Kith uh.
(l.C. KoIk1, Chief Patriarch.
C. W. I'.lakrslry, Scril.
COI.i:tl!IA IIOMK.STI'.AI: No. 2IVI
Pro'lirrhoori of Anitrafi Veoiiii-i.
mi-eta tlie. htoihI and fourth Wed
nesday nilit ol cacl month at Yank
ton, Ore. V'iaititiK niemla-ra welcome.
K. 8. I'inson, lliinoralile Foreman
C K I.AKK, Correxpondeut.
Ml.PAi; CIl.i'TKr.. N. "). (K K. S
Mreti In U nic I. ill '.I'" mi li'l !
and loiirln Sntiil ivo tali month 1
MAI'.Y (iKOIH.i;. W M.
I.l'CY OU.VV, Sncrntan
r- fJ , St. lleleiM I,o.Ikh No.
fVi tin I. HO. K.l.uihl
tii(,oii tl e second ami fourth Saturdays
olemli month, visiting nn-lii I -cr-i are
alwuvi yiveli a hearty wrlcome.
Cha. It. e!.-r, N. (1.
;. W. Aden, S.c.
Av .11 I.odk'e No KnurhtK ot 1 it
nu-eH every Tcie-t'lHy Kveuing in a
tle Hull, St. Helena. Visiting Ki iK'it"
M, I'. Miller, C. ('.
IIaro:.l Koss, K. of RA3
ST. IIKI.KNS I.OIM1K NO.
A V A A M. MeeU 1st and 3'l
Saturday in each month. Visiting
brothers cordially welcomed. U W
Clark, Master; H. K. Wuick. Secretary.
l'ni'e.1 ArtinHi:f, Assembly No. SO,
nil els lirt and third Saturday of each
month al K. ol I'. Hall, St. Ilc'eim.
.illlcers: M. A , John l'rinj;le; Snp'i.t,
Ml l.iie l!o!ieii!.on ; Sec, Mm. Mabel
Hill; Tl.m , K. II. Kobenpon. All
visiting A-lisan me cordially invited.
Rainier Mineral Soap
The Soup of a Thousand Uses
COME .ILL YOir P.1IXTKRS,
riil.YTEHS and MKCJLIMCS
and 77, ). 1UII OF
n I THE
All Work Guaranteed.
11 n rr.TfT -
Oliver & Oliver
I H PULTON, ORE.
FARM PRODUCE WANTED
Ramsey GeoW, Suit mad dist
Uspain U S
Fowler C C
3 4 50
4 54 00
5 27 00
6 4 50
9 54 00
10 30 00
Malcom L A
Uallhorn H J
John M J
1 1 54 00
15 39 00
l'rinle Wni, work for sheriff
Larabee N 0 & Co. livery hire
to sheriff 19 00
Iloulton, first and third Sundays.
Treadling ),y the pastor, Kev. W.
T. Fairehild at 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. tn. Sunday school at 10 a. rn.
II. (). Oliver, Supt.
Yankton, second and fourth Sun
days. Preaching at 11 a. in. and
7:110 p. m. Union Sunday school at
11 a. to.
Warren Preaching at 3 p. m.
on first and third Sundays of each
Other points, week nights.
W. T. Fairehild. Pastor.
All kinds of job work done at the
Mist office at reasonable prices.
Columbia County Bank
OLDEST IN THE COUNTY
ST. HELENS, OREGON
Capital ' . 5.
Surplu. . . 10.0
Stockholders Additional Liability 50,000
Total . . $110,000
This is your protection
ich cn you d o Imsiness
with the Columbia Co.
Jlunh. Four per cent in
terest pui'f on Savings
Kleeounis. Any amount
will start an account.
-BOARD OE DIRECTORS
Wm. M. Ross, President
L. R. Rutherford, Vice-f res.
A L. Stone, Cashier
J. S. Allen, Asst. Cashier
L. G. Ross
Collins J II, teachers exam
board 12 00
Wilkerson J I?, exp of school
Supt 6 90
Hattan K S. postajfe 1 50
Isbistr T, board rf prisoners 39 25
Harris W A, exp of Co jude 6 SO
Word T M, board of prisoners 30 00
Miller M E, txp dep dist atty 10
Mist Tub Co, sup and pub
court uro 61
Schmidt Dr K E, care of
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