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County Ufflrlul Puprr.
LOCAL AND 0EXE1LVL
First da urocerlc at BwaKer.
Fin cijr.ar at Hwager'a.
A full line of rtiMicr good at N. A,
Tim Iatt novel ami U" ,"icfl
reading matlur at llw drug U.r.
. VulMiUm 8"8f- Cowlo 1
, ntlno, at HwrVu I'lno valentine
at H wager'.
Mlank not and r'ceit boiV Ht ihi
offloe for aulu cliuaii.
C'tothinfC. and I' quality
t l'erry'. lloulum.
liny your drug at a rwilar drug
uirv. Klwln Ku kwj tli bent.
Tim loup year party Ht tliti Masonic
Imll on KritUy mIil lust hi u grand
aiiiitwi. a all testify who were 4irwcut.
leimiioa was seen m oiirslNH't Mon
day, hiiving bwiicallud Iwruon county
Mr. B. O. Blood, one of Clatskanie's
ennririning sawmill mon, was a culler
at Tmk M.ut olQcw Tuesday lt.
Wanted A Ucnlioii for a rlieoae
factory, hew milk can ho bought, or,
to rent a farm wilh twenty-five to
fifty cow. Add, C. U'wiiy Hiik
Mthodit appointments First Pun
day. Mnygere; nieond and fourth Bun
tv, Clatskanie and Steward creek j
third Holiday. Bt. Helen.
If. C. Coat, Pastor.
When ym call on W. J. Mucklrt A
Co, btiv your wile (or aonie other
man' w'ifr) a prcaent of a handsome
lioon of jewelry.
Freeh can-lie all tho time at
Uwager'. AH kind of m-tinn ai
Kwager'a, AUkindaol miUatSwager's.
Your beat girl will lova you more
and think les of the oilier ltd ow, if
you will buy her a nice ireeut from
V. J. Mucklu 4 Co.' new show case of
Misses Emily Cox ami Tillie Muckle
h it hut Monday to attend achool at the
Ht. Mary's Academy, In Portland. They
will be greatly missed by their many
1 rlends here, ami we all wish them
curce in Ihoir new undertaking.
Followlna the advice of latt week's
MtT. Mrs. Mary Ilralm.of Hrapiinose,
availed herself ul tlie opiK.rlunHv
which i only afforded every four
year Wp year aud took to herself
husband, Mr. Stephen Haine being
ine. fortunate individual. The cere
mony wa pronounced by Judeci P.J
Hwitu r in the law office f Moore &
Coh. Tn Mnrr xtud congratula
tion. Voting ladies, take notice.
Many rear practice have given C
A. Know Co.f Solicitor of Patent,
at Wa.liir.gton, V. 0., unsurpassed
auccew in obtaining etent for ail
. . i......it...tM Tlw,v mulca a
itccialtv of rejected ". and have
cured allowance of many patenU
t1t had bceu nn'ionHly rnixclcd
Thir advertisement ia another col
umn, will he of Interest to inventor.
KatfUter, inanufuctHrer, and all who
hare to do with patent.
a vrv distinct eartlioiiake wa fell
UWiifblav nicbt at about 8:.'H)
..VWk Alihoueh nodemaue has yel
ln rnuirled it i believed to hav
the hard-rthockfor many years.
Wiudow rattled, children wrj
awakened fw.m lhir let'p ami evon
i...n H woin(n ran from their house
terrified with fright. The shock lusted
lor irrl cnd. It i bulievcd that
tlx) shock came from the vicinity of
Mount 8U Ilebn.
Mr. Vf. D. Council, of Deer Island,
ia erecting largo barn to taku the
y (ire eveml months ago. The new
atrncture will he lC3x8tt, the main
building two torie high with hcd
on each ide, all unding up off the
jrMiind. When completed it will
have a capacity for2(K ton f hay
and Ull room enougli for 130 head of
tuck. Thi will be the largost and
tbru in Columbia county. Mr.
A. It Oeorge i the architect.
Mr. Joiah Weston ha started u
enterprise about .three muc aoove
lUiaier, in the shape o a logging and
wood business. Ho propose td use
tramway inatcad of a akidroad. He
lias negotiated for a large amount o
timber, built niesshouae, hop and
Ublcs, ha graded a large portion of
the road, including a considerable
Amount of blMting at a place about
one mile below Danby, called Big
Kddy, or dead rnau' Eddy, (where
, the fisherman' war was.) He ha hi
train-car partly built, and will pro
a Bood many hand when
spring cornea and the weather become
itled. He has also trot out a
tb amount of solit cedar atuff for
corduroying hi tram-road.
floma pcron signing thomselve
"Bartalmaou." in lat wcok'a Chief,
aiiemnta to criticise this paper for
tiublishing a eommuuioation from
flnliMrihr" of two week ago, in
, which aaid "Hubscribor", found fuult
with tho method of the Clatskanie
iiv council. Whether or not the
communication referred to wa found
cd upon faol we are not able to ay
..iii.p hava wa the time to invosti
tUpm. . Mr. "Bartalmaou"' eriti-
"Hnbicrioor empty oenutmiiBos,
and y the people hould not be ur
irl with inch a nauseous dish of
i w.rLllA that rt.iis not concern them
: Sitiltiat:"and in the wine article
claims that he is a disinterested party.
Then why, if he i not inteieted, doe
lie show his freshness in tine manor,
'Ho far as empty headed nesa is con
cerned we aro of the opinion "Bartal
maou " U not overnowing. i ins nici
was plainly apparent Immediately
after the adjournment of the last
grand jury if all report are true, and
Uh.v have not vet been disputed. Bo
far a publishing "Subscriber" com
! munication ia concerned we wish it
"tittdoratood that every man ia entitled
1 to a fair hearing on all matters of pub
moment through Tub Mitrr'a columne.
1 These columns are alwaya open to a
' lair dineussiuu of imporluut topicl,
Furthur particulura have been re
ceived of the Inmily quarrel and
murder whlih OMiurrsdat Hurford's
logging camp, about throe mile north
of Oaailo Itotik Sunduy night. .Tame
llt-rford, who had hecu at Olcqu,
came homo drunk us did u!o his
brother Odlnian, who had been Kt that
place. Jamos arrived at his father's
home before (lillniun and threatened
to whip him as noon he arrived. He
even sluru-il down the railroad track
to meet him, hut was pursuaded to
return home by hi fattier. Oillman
soon arrived in compauy with Mr.
Ilyint, better known a "Carolina." A
quarrel took place between the two
hint hers, ami the youngest, Uillmao,
ills eel a revnlvtr against hi brother's
breast and fired the ball ontering the
left side near the heart. He died in
about twenty minutes. The only words
he Npoko were to Mr. Hyatt, snying:
"Carolina, I am shot. I'll die, too.
8end for the doctor." Young Herford
wa arraigned before Jalge Brown at
that place and waived examination and
whs held to appear before the superior
court now in tcasion at Kalama. Ho
The EngliHh "hip Fnrndalo went
ashore at about 3 o'clock Friday morn
ing iwnr the entrance to dray' Harbor
in a dense fog. The ship wa bound
for I 'on In nd and arrived off the mouth
of (he Columbia on Sunday before,
hut was tinahlu to get a tug, conse
quently she wescomprllcd to '"y out
sen until! auoh time as she could secure
a tug to come in. On Friday night a
heavy gale commenced blowing and
before morning the good ship wa a
complete wreck in the breaker. The
captain, llliilr, and twelve of bia men
were lost, including the drat , and
eo nd mates, and steward. Only five
of tho crew were saved, and they wore
dragged iincon-cious from the surf by
a lone woman, the only person wit
iiesing the wreck. Two ofihucrew
have since been washed ashore and
iNiried, while the remainder are no one
knows wheri. It i yet thought that
some of the missing may be saved.
Captain Day. who has chariro of the
crew of men who are getting out brush
at Iteuhcn for I ho improvement of the
channel at Walker's island informs us
that the work is progressing splenitidly,
that they can get any amount oi good
hru'h at Reulam and handy of access.
He ha a crew of about forty men at
work all tho time In thi woik. The
finance for the Walker' island im
provement is furnished by the City of
Portland throimh the Chamber of
Commerce, and not by the government
s most people snpiaisn. Tli con
tractor. Mr. P. llink'.e. of Portland it
doing all in his power to push the work
ahead as fust a possible, and contrary
to expectation, he is having very lit
tie dilliculty in securing plenty of pil
ing, stone, brnsb, clo. for the construc
tion of the dvke. Mr. Day. who is
uperintondont of the brush depart
ment, is jubilant over their success o
Road survey No. C7. known as tbe
Jivaph White road, beginning at Wil
fred Miller's place on the Clatskanie
and running from there in a westerly
course to the Nehalem road from St.
Helen to Pittsburg, was surveyed tins
wek. Viewers, Fowler, Hendrick and
Miller report that a good road can be
obtained at a reasonable expense.
When opened it will mtikn a much
shorter and better route between the
Nehalem and Columbia river, a it
leave Itnakor Hill out entirely.
The new lioat being built in Port
land for the Shaver brother to run on
the Clatfkanie route wa launched
Wednesday - morning ' lust at 10:30
o'clock anil went into the Willnnelte
Hying the American flag and Union
Jack. When she struck tho water the
tlag bearing the new steamer' name
tiHin it wu unfurled to the bruese.
She wa christened the Sarah Dixon,
that being the maiden name of Mrs.
i. W. Shaver. The new steamer will
be ready for business about March 1.
John Pringl, of Vernonia, made
final proof on hi homestead before
Clerk Quick Wednesday. Hia wit
nesses were Sicgel Wickerson and
Messrs. W. II. Braden and Dave
Davis, of the Nulmleni Journal, were
welcome visitor at this office Wed
Remember Swagcr will soil aa cheap
aa any store in town. All first class
grorerie. One price to all. No Jew
Mr. Will Woodrd of the Sunday
Welcome wa in St. Helen, Wednes
day. Mra. Hanegan, of Gillton. wa a
pleasant oaller at thi office on Wed
Xf r. J. B. Doan, of Rainier, was at
the county eat Tuesday.
Nature is bU-Miiug u with fine
weather at present.
A. H Powell and other are making
good use of the fine weather in the
way of clearing land. That' right,
got ready for an early spring.
Some of the young people talk of
attending the masquerade ball at
Scappoose on the 15th Inst. We wish
thorn a pleasant time.
La grippe I quite oommon with ua
Rumors say that the ladiea of thie
place are going to give a leap year
party. Who would have thought itl
Some of the boya ay they do not
think they will attend. Uso.
Joseph DoRooa spent Monday last
in South Bend.
H. J. Wiegardt, of Bruceport, ha
gone to Bay Center on business.
The Miese Anna and Julia DeRoo
paid Mrs. Mary Clark a pleasant visit
F. Armstrong and Frank Barlchio
spent Sunday lait in town on a visit.
Miss Anna DeRoo wa suffering
fmm a heavy cold and sore throat last
Bruceport ia greatly in neod of a
baker ahop, to supply the families.
Miss Mary DeRooa ha gone to Van
couver to attend sohool thi winter.
We are having fine weather down
iu theee part thi week.
A. M. Tiehonor," our mayor, nent
most of last week in Portland. We
are Imppy to not that the peace and
dignity of the city wa maintained
during hi absence.
Grant Jo.ios and wifo wore over
from Beaver on Monday. Mrs. Jones
look the opportunity to get rid of an
offender, in the shape of an aching
Mention of an aching tooth reminds
us that we once had a re dent dentist
in the village, who went to Mist on
short vacation and has failed to re
turn up to this time. It i rumored
si the country about Mist gives
greater range for hi abilities and am
bitions, and that dentistry i only one
of hia many accomplishment. May
fame and fortune attend hi effort.
A. F. Myers, of the Central hotel,
and proprietor of tho shim store and
repair simp oi tun vnmge, inane m
business trip to Pcrtland this week.
E. C. Blackford, of The Chief, is
having a new dwelling house built on
an elevated site, and when occupied
by himself and family, its location
will afford him a good opportunity to
look out over Die town and gather
locals for the paper.
Strain of music from Conyer' hall
indicating band practice, are heard
quite regularly three evenings each
week. The hand ta making commen
dable progress, and it'a members are
trying to furnish good music.
The writing school, under Mr. ilig
gin's tuition, closed last Friday eve
ning. The members of the school board
are casting about a little for school
house design to lie ready to begin
building in the early spring timo.
Steam escaping from the engine of
Bryant and Conway' steam saw mill
indicate that work i going on again,
after a brief interruption caused by
a scarcity of logs.
Our iewelor. C. R. Higgins, has
packed his grip again and left us, liar
mg for the present gut the erring
time pieces put to riichta again. He
expects everything to run smoothly
during hi absence.
Frank Merrill' property I being
greatly improved in appearance, by
the new mline fence being now built
around the lot and tho grading done
Talking of improvement suggests
lhatW. E. Conyer ia getting hi
property in good ahape by fencing and
otherwise improving about hi new
residence. Will intend to have the
place look attractive, which is a laud
able ambition on his part. There is
an opportunity for him to spend his
evening and mornings for a time in
clearing off the ground he ha fenced
in, part of which is not yet free from
stumps. A little work of that kind ia
an excellent thing in I he morning to
give one an appetite for breakfast, and
a little moro work in the evenings will
help to drive away business cares.
A little farther out on the public mad
towards Mist, Jim Van's place of five
acres, has been wonderfully improved
during the full and winter. The lugs
are all gone, nearly every stump taken
out and the ground fertilized ready
for the plough. Jim can have a fine
garden thoro if he takes pain to
properly cultivate it.
Mrs. Susie Bryant left on the Shaver
Monday evening for Portland and
other points, where she will remain a
The Norwegian nd Finn resident
ou and about the prairie are enjoying
the visit of a couple of clergymen, who
have been holding religious services,
either at the different houses or in the
school house just completed, each day
and evening for a week or more. A
large proportion of these people are
member or adherent of the Lutheran
It is reported that a new medicine
project is vhsping and that another
remedy to alleviate human misery
will be placed upon the market from
The school orean attend.d the leap
year party at the hall last Friday even-
mg. . .
Pearl Deckor is absent from school
on account of sickness.
Miss Marr Burke ia well enough to
attend school again thia week.
Who waa it that got hurt while try
ing to climb on the fence a lew even
Somethine oueht to be done with
the stove at the school-house, it smokes
verv badlv. Schixil took up IS minute
late Monday morning because the room
wa too full of smoke.
A few day ago a little girl in the
primary department waa asked to
stand uu and point to the east with
her riirht hand. After a few moments,
of deep thought and having turned
around several times shesuid : "I could
do it if I knew which wa my right
We know now why the teacher wa
so cross lust Friday. No lady aBked
him to be her partner at the leap year
Mr. T. C. Watte visited the school
Misses Cloo Searcy and Mary Gil
more were absent from school Tues
day, on account of sickness.
Mis Maud Decker burned her hand
verv badlv Tuesday morning while
lighting a fire with coal oil.
A walk across the atreet in front of
the school house is very much needed.
The history class ia having quite an
interesting time looking for questions
iu historical recreation.
Messrs. Jame Muckle and S. A.
Milea visited the school Tuesday after
noon. Maud Watt began achool again
Wednesday, after having beeu absent
a week. . .. . ' ' "
Tho following is a report of tho St.
Helen' school. Dist. No. 2, for month
ending January 2 : y
Days attendance, 927 ; day absent,
43; times tardy, 33: pupil enrolled,
51; pupils belonging, 49; average
daily attendance, 47.
Pupils who were not absent during
the mouth are Cloo Bearcy, Nellie
Decker, Eugene Whitney, Allieit
llenshaw, Newton Bundby, Tom
Muckle. Arthur Moore, Frank Monre,
Robert floorge, (leorge Emerson, May
Whitney, Tcnuie Way, Maud Uecker,
Mary Uilmore, Amy Oeorge, Daisy
Watklns, Fred Walkins, Frank Watls,l
John Cooper, Charlie Cooper, Charlie
1,1 me, i.mu ueorgo, jvpuia tumsin,
Oraco Miles, Lottie Cnoter, Percy
George, Mary Dufoitr, Winnie Way,
Alfred Hiimlby, tilen Watktns, l-.ugene
Miles, l'esrl Decker, Nellie Cooper,
AnnaUeorge and Florence George.
C. J I. Jonas, Principal,
Mr. B.B. Way, Assistant.
News is very scarce this week.
Misses Louisa and Mabel Graham
and Messrs. Edward Davey and Tildeu
Urnhuni paid Clatskanie a visit Sun
Misa Donia Davey, who ha been
very sick fer some lime, i slowly re
Messrs. Jamca McDonald and George
Sutherland attended tho dance at
Cuthlumet Saturday evening.
Among other visitor to the flat thi
week were Mcsars. J. W. McDonald,
John Hurdesly, Dan Gninan and Lin
coln Woods, and Misa Lottie Pedorson.
John Hard ty and Jim McDonald
aro stopping ou their claim in Neha
lem this week.
The question debated at the debat
ing society lust Saturday evening wa:
"Resolved, tlwt Universal Suffrage is a
Success." On the affirmative were
Louis Jarvey, A. S. Graham and Loyd
Graham; negative, Bilvo Graham,
James Wallace and William Graham.
After an interesting discussion the
judge decided in favor of the negative.
. The dance at Wallace and Graham'
landing last Monday" night, given in
honor of Mis Lettie I'edcrson of Mist,
who ha been the gurst of her ehter,
Mrs. Joseph Dixon, for the past week,
was one of the greatest events of the
season. Jay Gould, Russel -Sage, W.
K. Vanderbilt and many other promi
nent Wall street operator were pre
ent. Miss Pedorson left on Wednes
day morning's train for Westport.
The St. Helen Dramatic Club will
render a splendid production entitled
"Better Than Gold," next Friday ere.
nin it. Tin play embrace four uc.s
and nine character. The performers
are all residents of St. Helens, and
have spared no pnins to make this
effort a success. It promises to be a
grand dramatic treat and literary sue
cess. Jteserveti seal wiii be placed on
sale at Edwin Rosa' drug store Mon
day. As the opera house ia small all
those desiring good seat should se
cure them early. Doors open at 7 :30
and tbe peformance will commence
promptly at S o'clock. Following la
the caat of characters : '
P-Ur Peri bant, a lawyer C. H. Jones
Toin Psj-son, law clerk L. Decker
Dick Gordon, the prodigal. J. R. Becgle
Gilbert Murdock, the heir Edwin IUuis
Asa, a colored servant Frank Miles
Mrs. tiarlicld, housekeeper MnaCora Miles
Annie Garlleld, daughter . . . Lena lUakeslcy
Belle Gordon, the heiress .Kittle Moore
Jennie Joy, a seamstress.... .Maud Swagcr
Time of acting 2y hours.
Editor Mist Dear Sir: Our little
communication in regaid to the man
agement of affair in Viatskame,
seemed to rume the piaciu coun
tenance of onu of our councilman
They seemed to blame The Mist for
puliiisliinK said communication. Now
the Chief steps in and puna finger
in the pie in the way of publishing his
feeble and erroneous answer which,
by I ho way, lie didn't have brains
enough to write himself. Now we
dou't prefer to know much, hut we
are able to do our own writing and
dou't have to make our mark X,
where our name should be written in
full. Ho insinuate that we are in
arreara a far a our subscription to
Tub Mist is concerned, but if he wa
to pay his honest debt we would not
be in that predicament. We hope
you will find space in your valuable
paper for this little contribution. We
remain a ever your faithful
A POWERFUL AGENT
How Electricity Cured a Man Who
Had Been In Constant Pain
(Oregonian February 1, 1892.)
Kii i tor Orcgouian Sir : For two
months prior to calling on Dr. Darrin
I had been In almost constant pain
in my head, night and day. My ideas
were confused and my reason almost
dethroned from it terrible effect. The
trouble arose from stomach, liver and
kidney complaints. Dr. Darrin cured
the pain in my head wiih electricity
and home treatment in two months.
I reside at 902 Sixth atreet, East Port
land, and will gladly anawer any ques
tion concerning my case. '
dr. darrin' low charges.
! Owing to the "hard time," Dr. Dar
rin will in future give electrio treat
ment for (5 a week, or in that propor
tion, a case may roquire. The poor
free daily from 10 to 11 a. m. ; those
able to pay, 11 a. m. to 6 p. m. Eve
ning, 7 to 8 J Sundays, 10 to 12. All
curable, chronic, acute, private and
wasting diseases, including stricture,
hydrocele and varicocele, cancers,
tumors and all malignant diseases
treated successfully and cure guaran
teed and never published. The doctor
also cure deafness, catarrh, bronchitis,
la grippe, consumption, heart dyspep
sia, liver and kidney disease at his
offices, 70J Washington street, Port
land. All surgical operation skill
fully pei formed. Consultation alriclly
confidential. Send for question blank
and circular. ;
OPENING AN NOUN CEMENT!
FRENCH CANDIES, CHEWING
Alo a general assortment of NOTIONS
Ktrewfth anal H.stltsi.
If you are not feeling strong and bealthy.
try Electric Bitters. If "La Grippe" has
left you weak and weary, ne Elsclri lilt
ters. This remedy acts directly on I.lver
Stomach and Kidneys, gently aiding those
organs to perform their functions. If you
are afflicted with Hick Headache, you will
find i-peedy and permanent relief by taking
Electric Bitters. One trial will convince
you that tbis is the remedy you need.
Large bottles only 80c. at Edwin Koss'
Notice is hereby given that I will be at
the uual voting places as follows:
Auburn. Feb. 27, 1892, from 10a. m. to 3 p.m
NVhalem - 29. " 9 " 4
ClaUkanie.Mch 1. ' 10 " 6
Marshland. ' t, " 10 " . S
OjkFoint. " S. ' " 4
Rainier, 4, " 10 "
Beaver Fall. 5. " 10 S
Deer Island, 7, " 10 " S
fcappooso, 8, " '0 " 3
Cnlon. 9, " 9 " 4
For the purpose of collecting the State,
Bchool and County Taxes, due Coiuuibla
County, Oregon, for the 1801.
XV. A. HEEKEH,
Sheriff of Columbia County. Oregon.
Application for Sie of Real
in the County Court of Columbia County,
date of Oregon.
In the matter of the estate of William II.
Tntll,.. di-rofljied. '
To Nellie K. En-is, Zoe I.. Tuttle, and all
In ira Lmivn or unknown.
It mie irinj; to me from tbe petition of
Jo-iab Konkie. administrator of the estate
of William H. Tuttle, deceased, praying for
an dnler of sale of the real estate beloiiKins;
to said eHtute, tn-wh : Lot number two (2)
of section twinty-four (24), in township
three (.'!) north or range two (21 west of tbe
Willainette meridian, in Columbia co.mty ,
rwimn nnntnininir thirteen and eUrhty-
hunilri'dths (13 80-100) acrei. appraised at
l"7H (Mi. and now valued at $2iC 00. That
it is neceiis.ry. expedient and for the be-t
InU-risM ol the estate mat saia real eMie
be sold. It is hereby ordered that the next
J kin nf afliil i.-cel. the above-named
Nellie F. Knos, Zoe L. Tuttle and all
others interested In said citate, be and 0
nmr lutfnre the countv court on Wednes
day, the Oth day of March. 1892, at the hour
of 10 o'clock A. M., of said .lay, at the court
room of said court, in 8t. Helms. Columbia
county. Oregon, then and there to show
cause why an order should not be rrautcd
fcir the aale of said real estate. And it is
further ordered that a ropy of this order be
milili-hc-il at least once a week for four suc
cessive weeks in Th Obkook Mist, a news
paper printed and ptiniuiiea in saia ooiiniy.
Hated mis z,in aay oi January, ictz.
to cur ""
Is Sols oa A
to care any form
at nervon diMa
oraoy disorder of
ine generative or
gs nol either ei,
RFFPBF iimuI StimuUnu. AFTFR
Tobacco or Opium, or throuxb youthful indlsers
tlou, over Indulgence, A .such as Lsof Jtraln
Iuwr, n'akefulncw, Bvaringdown fains in ths
back.HenilnalVc4ikneM.HVBtrta. Nenwu lroa-
tratloo. Nocturnal EmlMious, Leworrlwra. 1)1
slDeM,weak Memory, Low of tower and Imps-
truer, wnu n n swcieeie.ioiien loan to promaiura
eld ate and lnunlt. Pries tl.oo a box, sboxe
for I ioa Best by msit on receipt of price-
A WRITTKN iIARAXTEK la given for
very f.VCO order received, to refund the money it
a I'arnanat euro la not effected. We have
thoiandao teaUrannials fmm old and young,
of both aexes, who have beeu permanenUr cured
kj-Uiauaeof Aphroditlua. Circular Irea, Addreia
TH: APHRO MEDICINE CO.
WuUu llrauoh. Box J7. Foan Ann. Oa.
For sale by EDWIN ROSS, Daoooisi,
St. Helens, Or,
All in want of ItagCarnetscan have them
made bv Mrs. J. W. Tinkbaiu. Gillton. Co-
lumbia county. Oregon. jm8
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TaUOB. HAITU MEDICINE CO. ST. LOUIS, Ut
A OKXRBAL ASSORTMENT Of
A Fine line of
too numerou to mention.
GALL AND SEE US AND ASK OUR PRICE3.
St. Helens, - - - - Oregon.
We have just received
Stiff Hftta for the
$ 1 .50 tO $5.00 PRICES
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY,
King Clothiers of the Northwest
Silsia Coratar, BSetrrlMsi mm Seaset Btrwota. Pava-Msskal.
209 Saw 170 FRONT ST.,
H. I. ROOT'S BEE SUPPLIES.
F. R. CHOWN,
4 MAKUFACTURERg OP -
212 First and cor. Saltnsa Street. POmXAUD.
V. a Land OOlee, Orexon City . Or.,
January 7, 1WX
Cnmnlalnt bavins bean entered at f hia UOes
by Joaepb Powers, Saal koiaealead eatryaiaa
No. 2 HO. against Kllsha T. reel for abantlai4at
his donation claim nolllleatron No. 7K!3, aettla
ment claimed Not. ii, Kii. npon the aa am
V,.eee. 10, iKnK and tei nw J4, aee. , tp7
a, raaire a w, ,u . ulkumh. ... -uh j , .rniv w.H
viw m the eaBeellartsa said donation
claim, the said parties are hereby summoned to
appear at ciataaanie, uregon, omiwrn t.
Conyers, notary public, on the lth day ol Fed
marv, 1892. at 111 o'clock a. an., to reind and
turnlah teatimony eoiieerninr; said aliened
abandonment, and on the teatimony then sub
mitted a bearine; will oe aaa aa tan mhicwv
Match IS, WW. at Wo-elock a. as.
JlSai B. F.BURCH, Receiver.
One Dollar Weekly
Buys a (rood sold watoh by our club sys
tem. Our 14-sara gold-nnea eases are war
ranted for 20 years. Fine Kljtin and Wal-
ihM m awirent. Blent wina aaa art.
Lady's or Kent's site. Kqual to any $5U
watch. To secure agenU where we have
nnne. we sell one of tbe hunting care
watches for the club price 2S and -lend C.
O. 1). bv eapress with prmlegeol examina
tion before iiaynig wr Hie same.
Our asnt at Durham. N. C, writes;
"Our Jeweler have confessed tney aoa anow
how you can lurninh such work lor the mousy."
Our agent at Heath BprlngM, 8. C, writes:
"Your watohes take at alsht. Tha gentlemae
who not the last watc-h aaid that he examined
...,t .7.1,.1 lewelrra wauhe in Lancaater.
that were no better than yours, but tha arlue
Our agent st Pennington. Tel.. writes:
Aai In reeeiut of tha watch. eni ass Picasso
without ineaaura. All who have sewn u say 11
would be cheap at W0.
One good reliable agent wanted (or each
place, w rite tor pariu-uiara. ,
KMPta Watch ., New York.
NOTICE I'OB rtina.lCAYIl.
, . j f m. 1. a ammi ritr Or.. Tlee. ?l. 181
Noti-ei. hereby "jrlvea that tW "lr;
named settler has liicd notice of I his I"""
to wake final proof In support ol his claim sod
iha?aald prool will be made before the . Connty
i-l..rk i,l Columbia county, at Kt. Helens, Ore
gon, ou February 13. WW. vis:
tin anv-i. for the nwVk of see.
T:..vw'i. name, the tallowing wit
ness to prove his conllnuous realdence upon
awl cultivation ol aaid land. vl: John rhomp
""". u nii.ni Koaa and A. II.
jA.- .u Xi Keaoiioose P. O.. roltimbla
;Vi orVoB7 i. T. APFE1WON.
OF ALL KINDS.
the correct style ia
Spring of '92.
FROM $ 1 .00 10 $5.00
Oar catalogue 1 com plat In
every department, sad tell
how to grow all kinds of v
getabl, bow to plant and
trim trees, bow to use, and
wbat ai tba best fertilisers,
bow to handle bee te. etc.
Free to all-Send for it.
D. Jil.f erry & Go's Seeds
Table and Pocket Cutlery
Dairy and Household
Cooking and ne&tins
and Copper Ware,
AND I RETAIL.-
Mr sob. William XL Hornier, bavins? left
home without my consent, I will not is re
sponsible (or any debts h may contract.
Besppooae, Or,, Dec. 10. lHOt. dl-3ra
Itatlee ta CroellteMrsj.
Notice is hereby given tliat the under
signed, Emma Lruisacher, has been duly
antMinted adaaiiHKtratrig of the estate it
Frederic k Lettgai-lier, deceased, by tha
county court of tli state of Oregon far
Columbia county. All persons having
claims against said deceased ar aerekv
required to present tlieni, under irntb. wita
the necessary vouchers, within six months
from the date hereof to the said adminis
tratrix, at her home, near Hunter, ia Co
lumbia county , Oregon.
Administratrix f the estate of Fred
erick Lengaclier, deceased. - ief
Dated Jan. 7,lq.
ISOTICB reasa rVBI.caTI.4.
Land Oflice at Oregon City. Or., January a 1V2.
Notice Is hereby given that the lollowlag
named settler has filed notice of hia intenliaa 10
make Anal proof In support of hia claim, and
that aaid proof will be made before the Register
and Reeefverof the United Hiaiee Land oatra.
at Oregon City, Oregon, on March J, lswi, vis:
rre-emptlon D. . So, 722S. for the nw K of arc.
1t,tpn, rlw. He namea the lollowlag wit
neaaee to prove his roalinuoua rexidrnce upon,
aadeultivatioa of said land, vis: Philip Oayar.
Jamas Rickman, W illiam Kobrrts and Robert
Service; ail ol Dixie), Washington county, Ore
gon. George B. Zimmerman, who mad homeataed
entry No. J.w.', la hereby specially nvtited la
appear and show cause why Joseph Ksefe's
entry of said tract should not he allowed.
)IM1 J T. A rpKRHt).S, Register.
ITS CAUSES AND CURE,
Scientifically treated by an anrlst of world
wide reputation. Deafness eradicated and
entirely cured, of front at to 30 years' stand
ing, after all otlicr treatments have failed.
How thediniculty ia reached and the raos
removed fully explained in circulars, with
affidavits atui testimonials of cares Irons
prominent people, mailed free.
DR. A. FOSTA1NK, Tsenssa. Wash.
CABINETS IS.50 PEft DOZEN.
CAEDS. . 1100 PER DOZEN.
187 and 164, First Street, Portland Or.