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t under the advice ot the members
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to. We wiah to aute, once for all,
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tloa, Tho editor and proprietor's
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jenJont of any "co-operative" arrange
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click," "ling" or "corporation," and
we wish this understood moat em
phatically, all "aaseTliona" to the con
trary notwithstanding. We are aim
ply endeavoring to give to our readers
the moat news our limited space will
permit. If you see something in the
lpr that docs uot exactly agree with
ycur idea you should remember that
the mas who SjUawpts to please
everybody pleases nobody; or if you
koow of something ot taporuno) thai
happened ia your neighborhood and
you do not Had an account ol it in
The Mist da sot rush away to the
newspaper office and order your paper
topped when it is your fault for not
sending the item iu yourerU. Tai
Mist, like all other live journals, pro
poses to cater to no man or set of men
unless, in our judgment, the cause
they advocate ia for the best interests
ot the massee. We are willing at all
times to' ad roc ale aaj measure that
will be of value, to our county, and are
glad to publish the views ot others on
all tnaltert of public interest, W
propose to deal fairly with all, and
from a news stand point, we will issue
the best paper that the people well
permit us to by their sopport. So far
wo have bad no reason to complain so
fat as patronage is concerned, whether
the paper has merited your rapport
s leave it for others to say, and trust
tJUat in the future we may merit a still
larger share of your patronage to as
etst us in the upbuilding of this, one
of the beet counties ia the state.
A. Dillingham is back from Apiary
where he baa been teaching a term of
Tas state bar association is taking
cog nit rice of the great increase ia
divorces in Oregon, sod has appointed
a ooenmitte to investigate Oregon's
loose divorce and marriage laws and
.. report at the nest meeting with a bill
to be submitted to the legislature.
The records of the courts of the atata
show that Oregon is even abend of
Chicago in the proportionate number
of divorces granted. The county of
Multnomah, alone, is auowa to have
granted more divorces than three coun
ties of Virginia, three of New York
three of Mary land, three of Sew Jersey,
and three of MaaaechueetU, each hav
ing more population than Mnltnomab,
ret Multoohiah granting more divorces
than all put logeatber, Clatsop, too,
lias a record ia this regard that ia not
wholly cammecdable. It ia clear that
divorces are granted too easily ia Ore-
go 3 and the fact that lb lawyers are
moving to modify tba present statute
insures a salutary change in this im
portant matter. Aetoriao.
Tit grain fleet ts now coming into
the Columbia river. Almost every day
we sea ships going up and down our
splendid thoroughfare, and quits often
two or three large ships pass here in a
dsf, besides our usual fleet of steamers
about fifteen in number. We are
blessed with cheap transportation.
lie boot Report.
The following ia a report of the
Tide creek school for ths term ending
Number pnpils enrolled, 9; daily
average attendance, 8. Those neither
kbsent nor tardy aartog toe term
ware, Pearl Usher and Herman Usher.
Average standing and deportment:
Mary Bumgardner.SOper cent., feari
t'aher. 90 Bessie Pinekuey, 91 ; Jiellie
Iinckne?, 95 ; Nina Andrew, 97 ; Win
nie Andreas, 86 ; Hermsn Usher, 85;
Clarence Gore, W J Frank wore, W.
LiLUK A. Uojisa. Teacher.
TUB GRAND JCBT.
Eutvea MteTJ-Having read the veport of
the last .rawl Jury in your paper I s that
Ibere seem to be SM quIWina on the part
4 too able sersons eoi.stltutlng tl.e said
vrsnd Jury . on account of mileac cuarscd
fcv lbs Writ! in a criminal ease. Tbey also
condemn tlie action of the commissioners
court for allowing certeta on is. it seems
... i. it,, i.'k wood, that the aforesaid
rend Jury uut have see hard up for
eoniettiltid W do to iae ararcusa
days to And out that a sheriff was entitled
to miles when aearel.ln the county over
wins a warrant in ' puc m.
1- th-i. ra.Uirl LhlfV Uf tllV Old BOl '
amine the t.oosa ol the county offlcjr. In
... - u.i mim iMus. wbat did they
iT Hid It uk litem t r days to Bod out
that a sliertlt was entitled to eertain fesajT
Had lhy aisniHims ",7 -
hv found that out in a few miouta.
nth. Mid arund lory wsre so an s tons to
rlolu.tio to the taievsrs of Uiia county.
"hVv certainty should pluck t. mote from
their own va. the most loud-moutbed
ISStfo whole ol saldsTsndturyme tfaat
wwha beard of. ia eae stid no x
SUtloas scrapie In chait ,tb .eonuV
at jar imtii two Unear boards that are
tt,.V.aWksnie briar, which would take
arracUfid paint about a half a day to
fFt llowVv-r, we lUi he is aaensabtt
V..J Ih i.et thst he is e rscmt Importa
...uWn ti ka.l. and was ettd to tt
: t.iisca of at lioot ilimrtor in dia-
Liis vber It. 1IM.'
Ths postodlce contest is decided.
It is Michls,and the office will remain
where it is.
On Monday next oor daily mail
route ia to be change.! from Quinn'a to
Mayger, much to the gratiAcation of
all the patrons of this office. W. A.
Font has the contract hr carryiug
the mail Marshland will for the pres
ent continue to get mail matter from
Quinn'a three times ir week.
Mrs. C. W, Junes has gone to Apiarv
to see grandson Kiug and his mother,
The rains are doing good work for
Norman Merrill who ia getting num
ber of logs flvMted duwo the ChiUkauie
from hia railway at Wilcox pUce to
Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Murray have
gone to Kelso, Wash., on a visit to
A very reasonable cause tor the ex-
ceesivtt recent rains has been announ
ced by Chris 8chluth. who says: "Its
toe lauit of the rainmakers on the
desert. They fire away there and get
the rain eurted, but it dont fall until
it gets here," He says "they ought to
be stopped at once." IV haps Signal
Service Officer fireeiy had better be
written to shout it.
The city council bekl quite a lengthy
ssion on Monday evening atteudtns
to the various wants of the city.
Stukspaara has got hold of some of
tint people here and since they got
notice of the amount of their school
tax they may be heard murm urine
To pay or not to pay f that's the quca-
uon. W bethel it is easier to pay
taxes like a man, and thus assist iu
building a much needed scho4 hmwe
or by refusing, compel the authorities
to sue ma and impose sa additional
taxation to nettle cost ot contest. Some
of ths largest tax payers in this who. J
district decline to pay tax unless the
rest will be certain to do so, and each
one would like to have another test
too trutb of tha impression that ha.
got around hero that tha payment -f
tax is entirely voluntary, not obliga
tory. All this front injudicious coun.
eil in face of tba fact that titers are
not accommodations for half th--achtI
children of the diatrijt. It may he that
the weather may bo mild enough urxt
summer to bold school under a tree ii
the open air bat it is scarcely so n
calculate on it.
Our neighbor, C. W. Jones, belongs
to a religious society whose members
are noted for their peaceful proclivi
ties, going so far as to denounce war
as unjustifiable entirely, and yet tbi
same man Jones waa teen last week
starting off with a pack on hi back
and an army belt around his waist fas
tened with tha regulation V. S. backh
and attached to that belt a revolver
large enough to make a man eliud ler
at sight of it. A "friend ind.ned 1" X .
wonder we hear the exclamation "Save
mo from my friends."
Mr. snd Mrs W. A. Harris left this
week for Warren and expect to be ah
sent about a month.
Mrs. A. M.Ttcbenor is in Portland at
this writing, leaving Saturday morning.
held there. They report a large attend
ance, good speaking, etc. ,
Something out of the usual order of
things happened this week. A wool
picking nt night at the residence of
Martin White, So many cama, young
and old, and worked in such earneot
that the wool gave out in a very short
lime, and they sent to a neighbor's
houaa and brought in another supply.
Everything; paecd ofT uiccly until two
of the ladies, in pulling a large bunch
of wool in two, beacme excited snd
might have caused a panic but for the
timely intervention of Mr. White, who
threw an armful! ot wool between
them. Of course they were just in
fun and when all had partaken of the
bounteotia nipper which Mrs. White
knows so welt how to prepare, they
voUh! it a picnic instead of a wool-pick,
especially Jo, who says he would
rather go to a wool picking than a
serenade. Mr. While, please give Tub
Mist correspondent an invitation next
time, so he can write up a full report
of the proceedings. Kvm-Skulu
The basket social, under the auspices
of the Ladies' Aid Society, waa a de
rided success. About $20 was raiaed
and all had a good time.
S. F. Shaltuck is erecting s building
to bo used as a hotel on his lot near
Pell street. Varily Scappoose ia grow
N. H. McKay will preside over
gisnd ball on Thaukgiving Eve. at
An ample supply of furniture will
be placed in the new church this week
Rev. Staub expects to hold services iu
the new building on the 15th inst.
Miss Miua McKay is rapidly gaining
her eyesight under the skillful treat
meat of Or. Blanchard.
Much heavy grubbing is being done
at the Iluueyman farm, and E. Olden
dorff will follow suit in the spring.
We are informed that James Leon
ard, our genial ticket agent, has pur
chased a bouse and lot from W. W
Wet and will reside permanently with
us. Let others do likewise. It takes
people to make a town.
The Payne coal pro pec la prove more
encuursfcjug as work ptceedi.
Dan Holtoa had seeral hundred
pound of blue clay shipped to Port
land as samples. There is talk of
pottery work being erected here soon
if the mud pans out propeilr.
Misses Lilly and Mary Watts paid a
short vu.it to St. Helena this week.
Mies Hattte Tompkins has returned
home from school in Portland.
Spuds sre dirt cheap, but shippers
claim that they will he higher as the
early ones are rotting very fast.
II. C. Larubereon informs ns that
the dread San J scale has attacked
several orrbaids in our midst. Clean
them out at once.
Farmers Alliance Social.
fTbs fotlowlr.e corToon-Jence arrived
lot lata for pub.icauon la.it Wcrk.)
Grandma Sutter has bean very sick
for several days. Others on the sick
list are: Mrs. Peterson, Mr. Payne snd
Mr. White. The last two named sre
rapidly getting better.
Wa sre always ready to rectify mis
takes. Mr. Kemp ssys it was 400
bushels of potatoes he expected to
harvest instead of 4000 ; snd Blanche
said it was not her papa she was so
soxious to sea.
Pater Syverson is building a new
house for bis yoong bride. Of course
he expects to liva there, too.
Charles Bios is buildings new house
snd James Kemp has just completed
Urge barn. Mr. Lewiston has at
tached a neat little kitchen to his residence.
Quit a number of people from this
valley went over toCUfskauie Wed !es-
day night to attend the npn alliin
On Wednesday, October 23th, the
farmers' allianre, at Bay view, gave s
most enjoyable social. After the ex
ercises, which were under the man
agement of Mrs. Frank M. !Iyt, were
over, lunch was enjoyed snd the hoar
following was occupied by the young
people in various plays.
Mrs. Hoy t desire to return thanks
to each snd every one who so kindly
assisted Ler in the following pro
gramme: Opening tons" Rally to the Call" . .
....... By tb alliance
Vnfrt'j ibe citapUio ...llrothe' Iietglc
Ratitatlon "Xbe flrumbJtr"..I!l die
Beadina--- The Alliance.. By the Pretidcnt
Song "Onefiwwtly Solemn Thoarht"
... ... ... Miss Ullie Larsen
Dialogue "Mower Vowrs". , . ..Ulie
Larsen. Amy Ho'ce. Minnie
Powning, Eva Beegle and
Recitation It May Be Your Tnrn
Kext" May Bsegle
Song "Star Spangled Banner" (nw
version) Mabtl Kantian
Ri(aii.J-"Tbe Parmr"":.CIo.a Searcy
Radine-"OM DsnieiOrsy" Brother Hale
Dutt "Father is Drinking Again"
... ....Maggie and Minnie Downing
Ba4In by request ''The William
Goat" Mrs. R. Hawks
Trio "Lily May" Minnie, Birdie
and Robiiiw Dfiwnfn
Rtcltatloo-"Taks Tt to ths Lord In
rraysr".. Amy Holes
Dust-"81ng Me tha Old Songs To.
nljsbl". Miurgk' and M Inula Downing
Reoitation-'Tlia Old Wife's Kiss"
, Cleora Staroy
Quartette "Precious Fountalii"... .
Mingle, Minnie, Bird la snd
Reading "Ths Debating Society"..,
.......... t Anna nwgl
Reo!tt(on-',The Rn-h Man and
heaurus" Mael Hansgan
Comic song "I Love Mist Dinah So"
Tho dance at the Tryon school-house
was a success and all enjoyed them
selves immensely, all but one who foil
down in the mud ou tho way home.
Who waa it?
Mr. William Sanhnn is erecting a
new residence ou hit farm on Whoop
John McAdams and Albert Arthur
are both building new houses ami
they will be quite an addition to our
Mrs. Tryon and F. M. Hiidoon are
visiting frionds and relatives In Beaver
Valley this week.
The logging camp hat shut down
tor the winter.
Mr. Lcft.ot Rainier, made a vety
pleasant call at the Tryon poatoillcc
There is going to be an entertain
ment at the Hudson school-house on
Wednesday the 18th.
Tksrdr Nev, It
raoDocc, ranrr, rro.
W!IEAT-Vally. tt 60; Walla Walla.
ft St) to It V.'S per cetilat.
KLOlU-Siaiidard, t T5-, Walla Walla.
I rr barrel.
OATS N.-W, titsc per buhl.
HAY tl MIS per
MILUTUFFd-Unin, tlKTi snorts,
tHc jl : chop feed, l!Hs per ton, barky ,
Bl I'TKIt Orejron fnncv creamsrv, 35:'t
3Tc; fancy dairy. 3kc:falr to good, 'US STSc
coointoo, 15((J2;jjc; KaiU'rn, S&etSlUo psr
CtiEEE-O.-sgoit. 12t:S'o; EasUrn.
He rr pound.
KurtS S.'rt33Jc per dosen.
POULTRY OM chickens, ft SOtSKi
young chieksns. f J0.it 3 40: duks. uS7:
pr. nominal, :HS 10 psrdosen; lurkryv,
15tlhc pr fOtind.
V F.O E f A B Liy Cabbage , nominal. 73c
yl pr cvnial; onions. SjcMtl wr cental
Ktlalon, 40MQOS per sack; tumsloss, 40 10
gw ivr iHa.
FUUliS-Apples, SO to 80c psr box
COFFEE-Conia Rica. to Jlr; Rio.
?le; Manlia. JUc: Jaa. 25V; Arbucklcs.
ivj-pourio caws. ii,r pr fund.
l'UAtt-Uoldra C, V; extra C, 4c
SrOCER-SVilTH-Atthe npjwr si-tUa.
nnt ui TUIs rrrrk, bv Justu s Bumrll,
Kovetnber a, l.Kl , Mr. C. H. tlpenerr and
luiai tttSniith,b.)thuf Columbia county.
OKAil AM Nrar Apiarv. N'uvcmtwr S, to
lbs wife of A. E. tiraliam. a son.
Win. Ti-um.inj. Fostmsstvr of IdavUlr,
nd.. writes: "Hectic Bitters has doas
mur for tot than all other medicines com
bined, for that bad ferliog ari-lng from
KiJn.y, and Liver trouble." John l.ilie,
farmer and stiickrusn, of ths saots ptaca.
t : " Find Electric B. tu-rs to be ths best
kidney sod Urer medicine, msde ma ft I
like a new man." J. W. Gardner, bard
ware merchant In the same l-jwn. says:
Eta-trie flitter ti Juvt tha thing for a man
who Is all run d wn and don't eare whether
he Uvm or dies; he found new strength,
good appetite and reft Just like be had a
new lce on life. Only Me. a bottle, st
Edwin Ross' Drug Store.
Daily Except Wednesday,
VIA WILLAMETTE SLOUGH.
" KAI.AM A . , ..
" 8T. HMLKNS.
Aaatvs 10 Kit. A Kl)..
" ST. 1IKLKMS.
I tfP. M.
Dock foot ot WVlilnjtton Slrect,
Ths Irslda will carry all kinds of freight
sxvept hay and lumbar at tt per ton.
W. E. NEWSOM.
ITS CAU3E3 AND CURE,
Sctcntillcally treated by an auritit of wiirt.l
wills reputation Dratnvui ra.licattd and
entirely . urod, of from iX to Wyrara1 tiiil
I nir, alter all other treatment Iiavu (ailetl
How the ditll.'.ilty I reached and lbs can
removed fullv exlalned in circulars, with
atUdavila and teittlmonisls of cures from
prominent people, mailed free.
DR. A. FONTAINE, Taeoms, Wah.
At SropjHxw Shmujwlilrs Bucks and
Ilercf.irU Sto. k. Cull on orsddrev.
W. W. WK.ST,
olflnOT Bc:pmkvm, Oregon.
8TATB or OREflON, I M
County of Columbia.
By virtue of a decree and order ot sale, Is
sued out of the Circuit Court of the Stat ol
Orrxon. for tbs County of Columbia, to me
directed. In ruror ol James Mu. sle. Jr., snd
a Mucki llrotliers, nlalntilN. and asalnal
A. H. llnk-lrr. Jese M. Plakeabv.
Chsrle W. Iliakeley, Waller ill. sealer.
Ina Hlaksnley, Kenttull lllakeslry. Kugenr
U'skesley snd Mary tllckmlev, defeiidunt,
for tlie sum ot 1 woTliMUianti One Hnndrno
and Kluy-two D'tar. rl.Mi 00). and the
(urlbrrsumnt Twentv-eisht and KiRlitv
ttve Hnndmltha (fm Dollars cost Slid
disbur.vu.ent. a'.d ocxrulns ewti. enn
mau.linit nieta levy umn snd make alenl
the followinK devribed Tsl
io- It : Lots n
and twelve ( 13 in b o k number elev
In the town of Ml. Helens, Oregon,
TUB RETAIL MERCHANT ia tho necoBry
Medium of Trado between tlio Mmuifitctmor
and tlie Consumer. II? numt protect tho intorof t
of his cuHtomers bv purchiwiiip in tho lowest mid
nntl bct liuvrkctH, mid by Helling to hit putroiiN
nt the Lowest FoHfiblo l'tices.
PROPRIETOR OF THE OLD ST. HELENS STORE,
tn keeping theso truo principles of trude alwayg in
view ; often loitves theold track and striken 'uerosn
lots" for Bargains for his customer. Ills Block of
Is being enhirgud by New Goods Every Day.
. It U not cnnvrn'ont to nsins th msnv (llff.-rent articles kept
on sals, s i I from I'ry (liunl,(.'l .thlitR. Llis Wear Usnilriusirs
Wear, Head Wrsr, Fool Wear, t lour snd Fre.1, llioceriee snd fan
ne.1 Owids, Nails and Hardware, Crookery snd Olaowsrs, tlrsiilts
snd llnwarr, I'ow.ler and Mlint, lints and 0ps, Uoo'a and Hhoas,
I'stent Ms.liibiSK; Tolltl Articles, tic,
THE PORTLAND JEWELER.
IMI'ORTKK AND DKALK.lt IN
Watches, Jewelerv, and Optical Goods.
Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing-:.
Orders from the Country Solicited.
165 First Street Between Morrison una Yamhill. Portland, Or.
JSacklesi'e Aric naive.
Th Best Sale la th wsrtd for Cuts. Bruit,
(tons, Ulrers, Salt Khenin. foir Rare. TeU.r,
Chapixd tlaaita, Cbllhlslna, Coma aad sll akla
Eruptions, and potltte.I enrss fits, arao ?r
required. It Is yuanunscd to el pertect sail
taHloo, or money refunded, Price tt eanu per
bos. For Sal Bv Edwla Sou.
th folio wii.a: Caraiilenrlix at a iM.inl
which bear north evenljr.fourdeirm-s and
ini'iy minuM east, two numirea sn.i
evenly tarn) link troro tlie earner t-t hi
fourteen (U) end lifleen (!&), In blork ten
(Hi), in the town ol bt tleletie, Urestlii, an
in a riant line with the divuioo line of sa
iota fuuitcvu (Hi and H(te.-n (!'). and run
nioa thenar norta sevsatv.lourdveree and
thirty niiniile eat inn. tr-seven (W7) link
to tow water niara: tlienre sonlii eiKl.tee
deirreevatid seven D.inuie. taut with tow
valrt mark elifhiy-elirlit M) links; thence
suutli iKrrnty fi.nr d.-irrees snd thirty
mln'ilei e-t nmet) -one till ) link" : theme
to the ploreof besliin'nit inioa nship l.mr
() norm, rsnre one II) wen ol I lie will
smelt meridian, and being tid land in
froi.t of seutiin Hire ( 3) in Mt lowiih
and ranito. A I'M" the undi.iUed one-lis
. H 1 ot tliu m.rt'iwe.t qua ter (i) of in
nxriheait quarter ('45 ot srclinn rUghlein
ilH. In lnwn-iiiiji In (4) north, ranee one
(l wot of in snKl meridian.' AIo iol
nunihtrr tiflern (13) In hloek mini tier tn
(101 in the siil I town of Ht. iteleni. at) in
Columlila countv. tilal of Ore eon. Intt-lln
with nil the tenements and ini,rov,meul
t duly U-viril u;mn said piemltea oil tl:
2Tth dav of O.t.jber. Kit.
Now. In ntmusncnt of sail deeree and
order of al '. t will, on Saturday the itHih
dav of November, liKM, at the hour of 10
a clock A. M.i st the eouriiiou dHr
al conntv and state, sell ms sbu ue
scribed real property at ali a.u tion to
tb-t liltth.Bt bi.ldvr thirrcfor, for rah, to
(attdly si.i.l deer snd order of sale and
coats. w. A. atr.M.ii,
ttlieriffo! Columbia County, Orejron
One Pure Baking Powder.
like Telling a Secret
A story I told and it is a true story that over seventy
per cent of all the baking powders sold contain either alum
or ammonia, and msaj of these powders contain both. Tha
01 effects upon the fystem of food raised" by alum or ammo
nia powders are the more dangerous because of their insidious
Character. It would be less dangerous for the people were it
fatal at once, for then auch food would be avoidedbut their
baneful action because imperceptible at first and slow in its
advances, is no less certain.
' Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is declared by all
authorities as free from alum, ammonia or any other adul
terant Its purity has never been questioned, and while it
does finer and better work, it costs no more at retail than
tsxaj cf tie adulterated powders,
There Ut be sold at Mayger, Oregon, on
December 19, at 2 P. M.,
Seventy Shares ot the Capital Stock ol the
Green Greek Lumbering and
Of Havror. Oreenn . lOoer rent of which
Is paid up. Tbeee shares wilt be sold in da
fault of payment of an assessment of 10 tier
cent, now due.
G. C. L & M. Co.
II. HENDERSON, Scc'y.
fSOTIVB mil rVBII.CATIO!.
Land Olhea at Ortuoa Cliv. Or.. October t. 1WI
'ulles Is bareby glrca that Hi followluf.
named minor heir of June Uoolev. deveawl
bae nli notice ol bur intention to make Unal
proof In tipimft ol her claim, and that Mid
proof will be msde before the Revl.ter aad Ke-
eeiver 01 ti.e t'niieo niftiee inu Mine at urs-
sun Clir, Oregon, on November 77. isvi.vu
Formerly Jrnnl tionler, so of th ailnor bsirs
of Jame iHwisr, iteeeMed, bometed entry
Mo. 7i for the set of aen. S, lp a. r S w, Klis
namee tne following wiineteee w urure ia eon
llnooua rellenc of ante Cooler. deceaM,
upon sndculiioatlonol uld land, els: lwl
I'lper, Fran M Toinlirui, Joha TomnklM
sua siepheu luinoe: ail ol seappoo poMomcs,
i.otumria county, uregun.
oleuai J.I. AVVKRmS, Reclster.
Notice Is herbv given that I, Wm. If.
Dolman, (tie adniliil'trator of the esiate of
Mar Kenne-t, deceased. Iisv filed wild
i.a lrk i.f ih eonotv court of fVilnnibia
eounty, state of Oreiton, my Uriel account
of hiv adnilniatraiion upon l ie said estate,
together wlih nif petition for final settle
.ml rtl.ini.iit on of the renldne of .sld
-tile remaining in luy hnndu; and that the
indae ot s.dd court has Hied Monday, ths
I Itn (lay Ol nerenioe-r, e. w ""-
M. of said dav and the courtroom of said
i o ut tlie time and il'e ' ne nesnng
and MtileDieiit of said awo'int and tti-
Katies Is hereby clven that I. the under
niifneil administrator of the tate nf John
r. u tonneii, aeceawo, nare niea wnn in
.lerk nf tha county eonrt of Columhii
rounty. state of Oregon, my final account
and Detition for lhsdilrihu,lon of the rest
due of said eatate, snd that the Judge of
said court has lived Monday, tha lllth d
of Novemhi-r. tal, at to o'clock a. m. of
aid day. and the courtroom of said court
a lbs time and tlce for tha h'srlng of
said account snd petition; at which lims
ana place any sua su persons mierreieu
may appear and content the name.
K. P. OKAHAM.
Administrator of ths eslalsof John F,
Paled October IA, 1801. oldnlS
C. Re HART,
St. Helens Meat Market
Fresh and Salted Meats, Passage, Flab
Meats by wholesale at special rates.
Kxn'ess wsion ran to all parte of town
and charges ressonsme.
i n lor distribution, st
which time and
id e any snd all pervn Interested msy
.,,par and contest ",.
Admlnlklrator of the estate of Msry Ben
neft, deeeened. . .....
lia'wd oveniiwr u,,!"!.
K-dic i hereby given that I, the under-
elfrried silnpiniftrator of me enat oi ir-nn
F. Murphy, oeraawo,
clerk of the county court of flol.imbla
c. only, KtH of Oregon, my report and
- ... nt ..Id c.ti.te. and that the
lodge of aid court has Used Monday the
hh dav of Decemlwr. ml. at 10 o'clock A.
of said dv, ann inerajiirv r-...u v
court a. the time ann piace ior h.....
of eaid reiwrtsnd ac;ount, at which time
and ldice any and all persons interested
and coniesnne --
R. V. OKAHAM,
i A yaaeyhl" ot Inrarmatloa aa as-
J .urMto(tlMllaw,Wowlaf lluw K f
er outaia I'sienta, Cereal. Tra. w
V airti, Ooprrtehu, mi J f
VV m MUMM eov- yw
"'vaet Hreadway, f
Administrator of the esute ofDennlll
Uctooer .w, i"o.
First and Taylor Street.
PORTLAND - - OB BOON
I Work and pries that cannot bs beaten.
Coalers in all Kinds of
Liimber, Latli-si Pickets,
Paints, Oils, Glasswr.fo, Boots and
Shoes, Hats and Caps.
Dry Goods and Groceries,
FEED AND HAY.
General :-: Merchandise.
ST. HELENS, OREGON.
TIIOS. C00PEK, PropT.
8T. HELENS, OIIEU0N
Cyras Noble's Huskies.
a LRag rtock or
Excellent Wines, Liquors and
An Excellent Voul and Billiard
FOR THE USE OF PATRON8.
t GIVE US A CALL !
tosure r rsiuaaea.
Is Hold o a
ol ntrroui dlwaM
or aor ditniosrol
nrrnnr uai atiu.ni.nM. arrrn
Tobacco orotnuin, or tlirouru yoiitulul lonlMra.
tlon, ov.r loJulif uc, An , nrb Lih ol llr.ln
euw.r, w.i.imi.FM, Kcanccnuan rainsiotbs
lok.aemlnal WealinM,Urtrla, Nervous Frus
tration, Nocturnal iralwiou., 1. icorrhn-a, lla
slncu. Weak M.tnorr, Lou ol I'owtrsnd Impo-UiWT-
whl h II um;l.rt.d olten ltwl to )irioatur
Jild an ami Innanlt. Prlr li.oo to, sboaes
er IA 00. Sent hr m!l on WflliJl nl prlr'
A WRITTEN UVAHAMTKH "la rlr.fi Inr
e.ry Ikon order rwslvod. to rafnml tho moner 11
remanent r.ue la nut irct.d. W bi'S
Itionnnd o( tattlmonlal from old and romic,
of MbMiw, whr livn Inwii arman.iitlr cnria
bfUisuMOiapbroditlna. t;lrenlrlrt. Addrti
TH? APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Watiera Srsuea. Boa Jr. Posti mo. 0a.
For salo by F.DWIN BOSS, Dhuooiht,
(tt. Hlens, Or.
CABINETS 92,60 FEB DOZEN,
CABD8, 9100 FEB DOZEN.
17 and 169, First Btreat, Portland Or.
THE MODEL SALOON.
J. P. CLOMN'OEn, Prop'r.
8T. HELENA, . . . OREGON.
Honors and Cigars. Beer 5 Cts,
'Eillard and Pool Tabls
for tin jFIooommodation of Pafe'oni
Do loj win
OF COURSE YOU SO.
SCGII UftINO TUB CAfiB. It behooves
you to tinrl ths most tlesirsble nlaea to
purohass venr ' Invlgnrator." ) t '
mTTtTl A UkTsw III OH sa
Keep constantly on hand tha famous
Cuban Blossom Cigars.
Tha flnoot lias of Wins Manors an4
Uigur to be found this sins of l'ort
land, And If you wish to
sngsg In a gam of
POOL OR BILLIARDS,
They can aunra yon that thsy hses tha
best table in town. Everything new and
neat, snd your patronage ia repe-i'ully
Bt. ITelslis, Oregon,