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About St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1913)
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Fine Line of Shoes and Hats
NEW STOCK OF WINTER
DRESS GOODS .
Wool Serges, in a variety of prices and colors.
All the best of the new stuff.
Made in Oregon All Wool Dress Goods
56 Inches Wide
A choice lot of Summer Silks and Lawns must
be closed out at once.
Tlic firm of Oliver & Oliver h.ivc taken into partnership I!. I.
Plutnnior, of St. Helens. Mr. IMunimer is a Maine man, who lias
been in Oregon so long lie feels almost a native Oxonian. He
lias had a wide experience as a business man, is well known in
this sectiou ami the adJition of his personality to this already
popular firm will surely be a bcucfit to its patrons, which means
everybody. The new firm has nicknamed itself "(). (). cc l"
and each and every member of it w ill bo at your service to the
best of his or her ability whenever you call, Goods delivered to
all points, and whenever yon wish.
The Store is Open Kvcnings.
Buy a $25.00 Graphophone for $10.00
A splendid selection of 4-minute
double records at 75 c
(Saves Your Eyes)
(Prolongs Your Lives)
Team for Sale 5 years old. Well
broke. Weight about 2500 pounds.
For particulars enquire of David
Lynch, Scappoose, Ore. 2tp
For Sale Good milch cow by
Jacob Skuza, St. Helens, Ore.
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Silk Elastic HsUrr
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i-lANS AND ESTIHATES FURNISHED ON ALL
KINDS OF WORK
E. W. KETEL-
MY WORK IS THK REST RECOMMENDATION
ST. HELENS, OREGON
Best place to buy Flour, Feed and Groceries.
We Buy Farm Produce
ary line of Jhe St. Helen mad and
20 feet westerly from the north
west corner of lot 1, block 12, Smith
St. Helens addition to St. Helens,
Oregon, as shown by plat now on
file in the office of the County
Clerk of Columbia County, Oregon;
running thence in a southeasterly
direction and following the renter
line of Railroad avenue, as shown
by the plat, to a stake marked "IJ"
said stake being at the conjunction
of said Railroad Avenue and Milton
Way, as shown by the plat aforesaid,
said stake being the termination of
said proposed road; said road to be
20 feet on either side of the center
line of Railroad Avenue as shown
by said plat.
And it satisfactorilyappearing to
the court from proof filed herein
that due notice of the pendency of
this proceeding has been given as
by law required, that twelve of said
Ietitioners are .egal freeholders of
this county, residing within the
road district or districts of the pro
posed road, and that a good and
sufficient bond has been given and
It is therefore ordered by the
court that the board of county road
viewers meet at St. Helens, Ore.,
on the lijth day of September, 1913.
or on their failure to meet on said
day, then within five days there
after, and proceed to view, sur
vey and locate said proposed road.
Matter of proposed Columbia
On this day the Columbia High
way Association by its members
and citizens of Rainier and Clats
kanie, by written petitions and
personal representatives, petitions
the court for the establishment of
a permanent highway through Col
umbia county to be known as the
Columbia River Highway; 1
And the court not being fully ad
vised in the premises, it is ordered
by the court that said matter be
and the same is hereby continued.
Matter of appointment of County ;
Sealer of weights and measures' j
On this day it appearing to the
court that a vacancy exists in the'
oll'.ce of County Sealer of Weights
and .Measures, it is ordered by the
court that W. J. Fullerton be and
(he is hereby appointed to fill such
In the matter of Chapter No.
.CT, Session Raws of 1013:
On this day it is ordered by the
court that the clerk be and he is
hereby instructed to so prepare the
ballots for the special election to be'
held in the State of Oregon on '
Tuesday, the 4th day of November,,
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adoption or rejection of an act fix
ing the salaries of the officers of
Columbia County, being Chapter
K7!, Session Laws of 1'jRl, may be
voted on by the legal voters of
Whereupon, court adjourned un
til Friday, Sept. 5, l'Jl.'L
Friday, Sept. f, l'JRL ,'!rd ju
Court came pursuant to adjourn
ment. Officers all present.
Oue proclamation being made the
following proceedings were had:
Matter of payment for supplies
for office of County Sealer of
Weights and Measures;
On this day it is ordered by the
court that on the arrival of the sup
plies for the office of County Sealer
of Weights and Measures, the clerk
be and he Is hereby atthoKzed and
instructed to issue a general fund
warrant in favor of Fairbanks
Morse & Company in the sum of
$124. oT, less T per cent discount.
Continued Next Week
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Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
DRAYING AND TRANSFER
All Business Promptly Attended To
PHONE IS OR 12
ST. HELENS. OREGON
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C0WI.IT an.l RIVtR STRUTS
ST. HELENS, OREC0N
EI h TY-SECON D ANNUAL
Oregon State Fair
SALEM, SEPT. 29--0GT. 4,1913
A Whole Week of I'leasure and Profit
$20,000 OFFERED I NPRIIMIUJ
en AnnVulmr.il, l.ivr,!,,, k, 'ltry, Trxtile mul Other -'hil'il.
Horse Races, Shooting Tournament, Fireworks, Band
Concerts. I-ugcnics Imposition, Children's Play
ground and other Free Attraction including
Hoyd & Okie's One king Circus. Vic
Camp Grounds. You arc Invited.
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Fo Patili i.Am Aniiitui
I-RANK MEREDITH. Snimiv cat KM. OREGON