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5 MiKaj Boildii3g PORTLAND, OREGON
OrcKn U. a 'm. fur the purpot
of ffjr.itriictir.if ir.d mair.uinirg a y
lem of petmancr.t roadi in Coluitbia
Whirrn., petition! have been filed
fuly ined hy a large number of the
fneholden of tai l ecur.ty. praylr.g for
tKe e.tafcli.hmer.t of a iyitem of per
manful roadi aa fyllowe. to-it:
Ht-ifinnirg at a point where the main
county road from St. Helen to I ort-
land, Oregon, where taid road Inter-
ecti the bourwary line between Mult-!
ncmah and Columbia countiei, thence 1
running in a northerly and wetterly!
direction to a point on the weat bound-
ary line of Columbia County, where the
aid line interweta the county road
leading from Clatakanie, Ore., to Wert
pcrt, Ore., laid road to run though the
citiea and lowna of Scappooae. Warren,
St. Helen. Deer Island, Goble, Rain
ier, Mayger, Claikanie and Uarahland
and following at near aa practicable to
obtain desired graJei and cunei, the
present county road beween laid pointt;
Iteginnitig at a point where the
Heaver Creek county road intersects
the line between Washington and Co
lumbia Counties, thence running in
a norrnerly and westerly direction to
the boundary line between Columbia
tnd Clatsop Countiea. and running
through the towns and cities of Ver
not ia, Pittsburg and Mitt, and follow
ing at near at practicable, to obtain
ji'Sired gradet and curvet, the present
ounty road between taid point, and
Beginning at a point which it at
the intersection of the center line of
Bridge and Nehalem ttretta in the City
jf ClatsKanie, Oregon, running thence
in a southerly direction, and following
as near at practicable to obtain the de
sired gradei and curves, the present
?oun(y road from Clatskanie., Ore., to
Mist, Ore., to the intersection of taid
rotd with the county road from Ver
noma to Mist, Ore., also
Beginning at a point which is at the
intersection of Cowlitz and Columbia
Ureets in the City of St Helena, Ore
gon, running thence westerly through
the towns of Houlton, Yankton and
Trenholm, and following ai near at
practicable, to obtain the desired
grades and curves, the present county
road from St. Helens, Orgon, to Pitt
ourg, Oregon, and
Whereas, said County Court deairei
to have such a system of permanent
roads planned, located and constructed
with the co operation of the Oregtn
State Highway Commission, therefore
He It Keaoived. by the County Court
jf Columbia County, Oregon, that it
Iocs hereby petition the Oregon State
Highway Commisaion to lend to it the
urviccs of the State Highway En
gineer for the above purposes, and
Resolved, further, that the County
.ourt of Columbia County. doe hereby
set aside sufficient money to pay for
;h surveys, mapa, profiles and esti
nates of the said proposed permanent
Adopted at St. Helena, Oregon, this
ind day of October. 191.
W. A. HARRIS. County Judge.
JOHN KARR. County Commiasioner.
General KjsJ Fund.
bit River, thence weat to the center of
Section 25. T. 6 N R. 2 W.. thence
south 1 miles, thence Weat 2i mile,
thence south 1 mile, theneo west 3
miles, thence north 2 miles, thence
west 6 miles, thence south 2 miles,
then' eaat 2 miles, thence south 4
miles, thence west i milt, hence aouth
3 miles, thence eaat li miles, thence
aouth 3 miles, thecne west 3 miles,
thence aouth 1 mile, thence eaat 4
milea, thence south 2 miles, thence
east 2 mi Us. thence aouth 1 mile.
thence east 3 miles, thence aouth 1
mile, thence eaat 7 miles, thence north
i mile, thence east on the center line
of Sfict on 23. T. 4 N.. K. 1 W.. to
the bank of the Columbia River, thence
north following the meander of the Co
lumbia River to the point of begin
ning. Road Distrie No. 2.
Beginning at point where the cen
ter line of Section 29. T. 6 N.. R. 1
W., intersects the bank of the Colum
bia River, thence west to the center
of Section 25. T. 6 N.. R. 2 W.,
thence aouth 1 mile, - thence west 2
miles, thence south 1 mile, thence west
3 miles, thence north 2 miles, thence
west 6 thence north 4 milea, thence
east 2 1-4 miles, thence north 3-4
miles, thence west 1-4 mile, thence
west 1 mlies. thence north 3 miles,
thence west 2 1-4 mi lee, thence north
1-4 mile, thence west 1-4 mile, thence
north mile, thence west mile,
thence north 1-4 'mile thence west 1
mile, thence north 1 mile, thence weat
1 mile, thence north to a point where
the division line betaeen Sections 29
and 30, T. 8 N.. R. 4 W., intersect
the bank of the Columbia River;
thence up said river to the place of be
ginning. P.oad District No. 3
Beginning at a point where the sec
tion line between Section 29. and 30,
T. 8 N., R. 4 W., intersect the Co
lunbia River, thence south to the
southwest corner of Section 32 T. 8
N., R. 4 W., thence eaat 1 mile, thence
south 1 mile, thence east 1 mile, thence
south i mile, thence east mile, thence
sooth I mile, thence east 1-4 mile,
thence south 1-4 mile, thence eat 2
1-4 miles, thence aouth 3 miles, thence
east 1 mile, thence south ii mlie.
thence east i mile, thence aouth
3-4 mile, thence east 1-4 mile, thence
aouth 3-4 mile, the nee west 2 1-2
mile, thence uoth 6 mile, thence
west 8 mile, thence aotahl mile.
thence wet 4 mile, to the west
boundary line fo Columbia County,
thence north to the Corumbia River,
thence up laid river to the place of be
Road District No. 4.
BeainninB at the southeast corner
of Section 36, T. 4 N.. R. 4 W
thence north 1 mile, thence eat
3 mile, thence north 3 mile, thence
west 1 1-2 mile, thence north 3 mile.
thence eatt 1-2 mile, thence north 4
miles, thence west 10 mile, thenc
south 1 mile.t hence west 4 mile,
thence aouth 10 mile, to the south
west corner of Columbia County
thence east to the point of beginning
Whereupon, Court adjourned.
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Jalmberg N A
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VanOrshoven L J
jlratton R E
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Tillman W J
Ram.uy Geo W
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General Fund Uills Rejected
B L Spengl.T. launch to Ah war-,ltn
General Road Fund Bills Rejected.
Whereupon court aJjounrcd until
Friday. Oct. 3. 1913
Matter of establishment of Road
On thiaday it i ordered by the Court
1 1t Columbia county be and the aame
i, hereby divided into four road d..
trict. the boundary line, of which are
described aa follow
ROAD DISTRICT NO. 1.
Beginning at point "here the cen
ur L of Section 29.T.6N R-l
W.. interact, the bank of the Colum-
AI Cbambtrlain wa hurt in Masten's
logging camp. He had been employed
two day w hen the accident occurred.
He wa aent to St. Helena for medical
attention. then to the home of his sister,
Mr. Wm. Kirth.
Mr. Kale returned home lat Satur
day, after spending ci months visit
ing among her old friends at her old
home Clyde. North Carolina.
The Redmen will give a dance and
basket social Oct. 25.
Mrs. Dutton of Salem pnet last
week visiting her daughter, Mrs. A.
1 W. Thorn a. .
Miss Serrnare of Portland i visit
ing Mr. Steve Lampa.
Rudolph Kappller'a new house is al
most finished tt is a good ited house
and well built. .
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
I). M. & J. R- Sharp to D. & E.
1 Ginsti. Seappoos Orchard TrcU.
C. L. Whitney to L. C. & H. D.
' Fish. lot 6. 7, 8, Whitney Add.
E. K. & R. L. Sunwood to Col.
) M. Fresh to L. P. Jasper, land
.in 11-5 2.
J L. N. Fredrickson to L. F. & K.
j Fasstrom, land in 13-4-2.
A a n. 4V. oftiuuci iv ft in.
McPherson Jr.. land in 21-4-5.
Cot. Co. Inv. Co. to P. B. & S.
V. Meckeison, tract in Beaver
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Col. Co. Inv. Co. to S. A. Bu
chanan, lot 70, Beaver Homes.
R. W. Foster to P. S. Linton,
lots 1. 2. 3. blk 2. Reuben.
A. P. Usher to C. A. Usher. 30
acres in 11-4-4.
C. Green to F. B. Holbrook Co..
land in 5 & 8-6-2.
H. J. & M. F. Green to F. B.
Holbrook Co.. land in 5 & 8-6-2.
E. & K. G. Burr to F. B. Hol
brook Co., land in 5 & 8-6-2.
O. J. Reed to F. B. Holbrook.
land in 5 & 8-6-2.
E. J. Huber to Otto Hoag land
Mrs. Emma Smith has rented the
house belonging to Mrs. Schell and
it will be used as a rooming house.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Holaday and
Mr. 0. M. Washburn attended the
dedication of the Masonic Hall at
St. Helens on Saturday evening.
Miss Heist, our High school
teacher, spent Sunday with her
parents at Salem.
Miss Manny and Miss Stevens
visited at their homes in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Johnson and
son Urban from Portland were
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Washburn on Sunday.
On Friday afternoon a debate
was held in the High school room
on the question, "Resolved, that
U. S. shall maintain a large navy."
The a!Tirmative speakers were:
Supt. M. Bundy and Leon Logan;
the negative, Milton Miller, Athlene
Tolly and Ray Holland. The
judges were Mrs. G. Watts, Mrs,
0. M. Washburn and Miss Zella
Ramsey, and their decision was in
favor of the affirmative.
Mr. Hoover, traveling salesman
who is also a Gideonite, gave an
interesting address at the Congre
gational church on Snnday evening.
Mr. Hoover is a cousin of Mr. Holaday.
An attractive wedding was that
of Miss Mary Adams and Mr Tom
Roy, which was celebrated Sunday
afternoon at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mr. J. Adams,
by Rev. W. H. Meyers, in the
presence of relatives and friends.
The room where the weeding took
place was prettily decorated and
also the dining room where
luncheon was served, following the
ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Roy are
both prominent socially and their
many friends are glad that they will
make their home in this place. The
out-of-town guests attending the
wedding were Mrs. F. D. Hobert
and daughter from Portland. Mr.
and Mrs. G. Frederickson from
Linnton and Misa Theresa Adams
from Portland. On Monday even
ing the Scrppoose band serenaded
Mr. and Mrs. Roy and many friends
assembled at the home to extend
Mr. and Mrs. Niblock have
moved into the new house just
erected by Mr. Fish.
6 per cent loans on farms, or
chard lands, city resident or busi
ness property, to buy, build, im
prove, extend or refund mortgages
or other securities: terms reason
able; special privileges; corres
pondence invited. Dept. L, 618
Commonwealth Bldg,, Denver, Col.,
or Dept. I, 749 Henry Bldg., Se
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