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About The Oregon mist. (St. Helens, Columbia County, Or.) 188?-1913 | View This Issue
I THE OREGON MISrrv
tutted Wat sad loamy Offklal Piper
eTiuixMr. Arna 15, 1802. ;,:
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Pur frfih druj; At Boss' dru store
clothing, firm cUss nd best quality
lit Perry, Houston.
Luudborg pettums are th best.
Kos has full lino.
. rie rend tha chooi report (or Inst
utth in tu.ls wBik'.lssu.
Eastsr rrvie a tfi church umI
fluuday, munituK A evonlng.
W. H. CVnyera, of Cltknnfe, spew
X last Biinday tn St. Helens among hi
cd Montis. , V
Wlixn In need of envelopes, loiter
head, bill hearts, statements, cards,
eUi., Iuk w your order Ht thin office.
Mr. Jonei was. visiling in "Otfgoa
City last Saturday and Bttnday, Mr.
Way tu also visiting iu l'urtlund.
Uuy your.. yiocries, hardware and
f lar-s'war of N. A, Perry, Iloulton.
Lie keeps the best conatuntfy on hitnd.
tjiuitee M ticks, Jr., Whi In Tojllaud
osi of the week scaling log, which
the Arm hava told to mills Inlhat place.
Misses Emily Cos and Titlie Muckle
. ........ i i..n. r.. at ,...
Academy last .Wednesday, to ijKitid
faster. ... . .
A. P. Bickmnn, representing Brad
streets oommerclal agency, wa in 8t.
Holani Ttsday,ou business connected
with Bradstreet. ' , -r ' j ,
The dumocrntlo state coaventiun
meet in Portland next Tuesday, April
19, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, Rt
which time a. full -time and district
ticket will bo nomiuatcd.
Mr. R, Cox hue commenced the
erection of new dwelling on hie
propert'lit St Union, whioh will be
largo and eouiuiodiou ftnd n orna.
Diurit to that pert of the city.
Mr. Mary Dickey, who wa sum
moned to the. bedside of Uer ieler,
Miss May Bergle, wljo has been very
ill for some time, returned tp her home
. In CotU&e Oroyu list Thursday, ,
The lightship, Columbia River No.
CO, arrived at Astoria lust week from
San Francisco, where ilie hie juit been
fcuilt at the Mare Island navy yard.
The vessel willb lalioned ft few
mile outiil the Cnlumbia river bar
M a iigiiHl for alt vessels plying coast
wise, and will be a great benefit to our
merchant marine, . '
TlroV-'aalnton-flahlug seasrm com
mcnoed teat Monday, and some of the
. 1oat had quite Urge number of the
festive CWiiook ready (or shipment on
that day, The boat ranged from ten
in forty, and one boat had over fifty
line salmon".'" But the paH two days
r '.. i . I J! . i, M.
l tey.nave not oeen uoing so wen. in
aMtmiifi'rnjiiuff In tha river .it nruaciit
V are very largo and the them solid.
i Mr.-' Jiihn E tsUbroolT, - of Booth
l)nd, -Wash., spent a Couple of day
In 8t. Helena hut week. In oonver-
i tion wii Tnt Mrar .reporter Mr.
JS.tstabrwk atalod tluU Bnulh Bend
whs beieff practically deifrtd ; that' it
had, tw). years aeo, about 30OO inhabi-
tani,aifd':at presnnt the uumber ia re-
t duced tofavfemt 1200 or 1500. lie
further sUted thiit Astoria' railroad
i ftrospectahiRl'been, iijji largo nionstire,
5 the cause '(t he depopulation of the
- former, pMpe.; ,
Work has been going ahead on the
Jetty at the mouth of the river daring
the past month a rapidly as circum
stances would permit. About , 12,500
ton of roctt lave been placed ou the
iottv. and it i expected that next
month titer will be half a much more
dumpnd tlieie. There 1 enough of
the appropriation yet unexpended to
i' keep the Work going at the present
'f rate till the last 6f June. If congress
pusses the river" and harbor' bill iu
' time to allow of the work proceeding
4 without interruption the Jetty will be
completed thi;'summr:r. , .
.- Pittsburg aeeln to be unfortunate
In furnishing goestp forthe county at
i- large. Au article io last week's Jour
ual bring injltigence that Harvey
Powell had been arranged iu Justice
Lowis' court, fhsrged with the seduc
- tion of Mary Bummer, who alone re
' sides with lief father In that locality.
That the crfme hud been committed
by some one-wae substantiated by the
. Urth of a elVild toiler last week. This
occurrenirBitstepiorable in the'ex1'
' treme , but now .the next beat thing to
be done itt tW remlaesi coutrft'ry lo
the Journal' insinuations , that . the
father wa the fine" who 'outraged his
. daughter, 1 W let'the grand Jury set
" tie the matfpr, atjd siy as little about
it until that time as possible. This is
dehcata question, and should be
treated with all seriousness. Powell
, was placed under S00 bonds to appear
, before the grand Jurfr'hich meeXe in
May. Bo, far , aa tha: circumstances
t connected with the affujr are con-
i eernod, we'knvw nothmg, but w will
wiy buwetri iHjLt the' Powell family in
l; the past have"'beee highly respected
,' citiMO of this, county, and hope that
I Harvey may Je prb'yen innocent of
j such a crlgse,' ajidjbat- the guilty one
I may reoeive tbe'jjlijtlk Of tha law. . In
the meantime Justice must take its
. We are. in possession of a letter from
Now York addressed to a merchant of
this town, soliciting patrenage on a
green-good proposition. Accompany
ing this letter are instruction us to
how to proceed to transact the business
in securing the good. The instruc
tions are toicvor mind letter in refer
ence to the tranactiou of this business,
hut to communicate atall times by tele
graph to Frank Murtin,87Disbrosses
street, New York, Parties are also in
structed to never sign their name, but
instead, their number, spelled out, aa
one, two, three, four, etc., or whatever
the numbers may be. As a matter of
reference to deceive the weak minded,
is enclosed a column of printed matter,
to those not familiar with these thinga,
apparently clipped from a newspaper,
explaining that (he green goods had
been printed upon the regulation
paper, and that the plate used for the
purpose were stolen from the United
States treasury department, by a
former employe of that branch of the
government, consequently a good as
the one made under government
supervision. The letter goes on to (ay
that for $300 in standard coin, you
can get f 3,000 of the green goods; for
$ 100 y.m get $5,000 ; for $050 you get
110,000; ' ;for '. ' $1,000, you get
$30,000.00, etc., and positively
declares that they will not sell less
than $.100 worth of the stuff. In all
cases the prospective purchaner I Mrs to
go to New York to transact the busi
ness. The whole scheme is so well ar
ranged and put together, that unless
the average man ha been iulormed
aa to it character, he i liable to be
favorably imprested with these propo
sition. Fellow countrymen, when a
fellow offers you $10 for $1, stand from
under, something is going to drop. Be
not decieved by such bare-faced rob
The new steamer, Surah Dixon,
mado her first trtyi. to Clataicanie .last
Weiluesday, and upon her arrival at
St. Helens she wa saluted by tho
sawmills at this place as a welcome
greeting to nor upon our great natural
thoroughfare the Columbia river,
and it seemed that all the people in
town were ou the wharf to witness the
first landing of the Sarah D.xon at
litis place, with Captain George M.
Hhuvorat the wheel. There was a
good list of passengers on board,
auiong them Captain J. W. Shaver
aud wife, Captain Charles Bureau
the architect of the craft, Mayor A. M,
Tichenor, of Clatskanie, and many
others. At a distance the Dixou very
much resembles the Telephone in ap
pearance, and her whistle ia a chime
with a more mellow tone than that of
the Telephone. - 8he will probably
make about seventeen or eighteen
miles per hour when her machinery
gets worked down smooth, which will
tako some time. Captain Bureau,
who built the woodwork of the boat
above the bull.U the happiest man
on board, as everybody compliments
him on the splendid work. done in the
finUhing. The Dixon is 146 feet long
with 26 feet width of beam just 8
fuet longer aud 2 feet narrower than
' In Malheur county last Friday two
brothers by the name of Bailey ' quar
relled with a man by the name ot Wil
liam Humbert, at the democratic pri
maries. After the primaries were ad
journed Humbert went home, and
shortly after his arrival there the
Balfcy brothers and their friends ap
peared on the scene and shot and
killed Humbert.. The people of that
county grow furious in a very short
time and lynch law sentiments ran
high. The sheriff called on Governor
Pennoyer for assistance, and after con
siderable pressure was brought to bW,
the mili ia was ordered to the assist
ance of Sheriff Fell of Malheur county.
Further developments are anxiously
awaited. ; s. -''" V',
Many years practice have given C
A. Snow A Co., Solicitors of Patents,
at Washington, D. C, unsurpassed
success in obtaining patents for all
classes of invention. They make a
specialty of rejected eases, and have
secured allowance of many patents
that had been previously rejected.
Their advertisement ia", another col
umn, will be of interest to inventors
patentees, manufacturers, and all who
have to do with patent.
' Mr. Jseob Oeo'rge, proprietor of ths, 8t.
Helens bote), has beer, very busily engaged
the past week In papering and pnlnting the
Interior ot bis house. He has also titled
up a -very neat and attractive parlor for the
ladtes with tbe htcH and choicest furniture
to be had In Portland. The tt. Helens
hotel Is new one of tb cosiest houses in
the county. ; . , ;
The salmon Ashing season opened
last Tuesday, and a great number of
the fishermen were on hand ready as
soou.as the clock struck six . to cast
their nets into the water. There does
not seem to be many fish in the river
jusk at present. : . -
.We have boen asked to publish a
list of all sohool clerks. and. director
In "the county. If those officer will
be kind enough to send in their name
for that purpose they will confer a
great favor. ; ( . . .
W. J. Easlabrook, who has been
employed in the county olerk's office
for soveral months, has rented a house
and moved his family to St. Helens,
where they expect to reside in the
Mr. R . Belchard, of Apiary, wa la town
Mrs, tt. W, Cole has been, very ill
for several days. . - . .
. Ladies should examine Mr. Col'
burn' millinery goods before going to
Portland. r :
'i ne newiy elected city officers were
sworn In last Monday iKbt and the new
council oreanlsed . .
W Mr. Emmet Quick, ' of ' Washington
Pftmuty, brrulmr of our efficient countv
clerk, was lo town last Sunday.
The public school is now in opera
lion under It. 8. HatUm's instruction.
Bert Beffert is down this week from
Deer Island, combining business with
George Merrill spent a portion of
lust week visiting his son, Frank Mer
rill, and family. .
Mr. and Mrs. 15. J. HcConnell were
in town last week, bringing with 'them
their niece, Ollie Spriugstead.
B. F. Lindgren, one of the enter
prising merchants at Mist, was in town
recently on hi way lo Portland.
Arrangement are about complete
to start the Blood mill, which i x
peeled to be running this week.
.The Tichenor mill i doing good
work, judging from the amount and
quality of lumber brought through
town by Johnson and Kelley. ' y
A " temperance literary entertain
me nl is to be held at Merrill's' hall on
Friday evening, aud an Easter service
is being arrauged for next Sabbath
evening at the same place, to which
all are invited. .
A. worthy gentleman named Fs-
btiipjc, from Brooklyn, Mich., is a re
cent addition to the town, and rather
thinks he will remain. He is a good
barber, and is already cleaning up
peoples laces in a satisluctory man
Clatskanie had one delegate te tbe
state republican convention last week.
in the person of W. H. Conyers, who
was whooping it up for Judge Moore's
elevation tv the suprtme bench. He
was on the winubg side this time axxl
feel elated over it.
C. A, Uimpel and family . have
moved to town, aud are at present
quartered at the Central hotel. It
was a very good move a Mr. Hiinpel
will probably spend a good deal of hi
time at tbe new mill site, which would
lake him away from home.
A few of our people were out pro
peeling for prescious metals not- long
ago, but concluding that it was a
waste of time to hunt for minerals
that had no value in themselves, .the
work was abandoned to wait the issue
of paper money by the government.
E.,H. Lane was in town a few duv
ago, and reports the new road opened
nearly altthe way from the Him pel
mill lo the county road near Bloods'
So nearly a straight lino has been se
cured for the road, and the distance
to the steamer landing will be con
aiderably less than " was anticipated,
probably not greater than to the old
location. It is'expected, however, that
. a Hume will be built before long, aud
the products of the mill floated to
Clatskanie for shipment.
-The new election law has puttied
i.nr city authorities a little as to bow
our city election should be managed.
There was some dispositions le bolt
portions of the ticket, but owing to the
uncertainty existing, it wa not done
to any great extent, and the regularly
nominated ticket went through. . TUi
uncertainty prevailed in canvassing
the vote afterward, and there was talk
of a new election being necessary, but
it is rather concluded now that the
Australlian ballot system does not ap
ply to this election at this lime.
Who ay it does not pay to be a
teacher? When one thiuk of the
honor there is in it, be may well point
to the profession a the object of bi
con' ambition. Our present United
Slates Senator Dolph once taught
school and is now an honored senator.
Our present teacher is now ' a candi
date for the state senate ; our teacher
of last summer is honored by ft nom
ination for representative of Columbia
county ; one who taught here a short
time a a mpuly last summer is to be
voted for to (ill tbe county superio
tendency, and another teacher in a
neighboring precinct is named tor
assessor. Surely one path to great
ness leads by the way of the school
Professor Shedd received a telegram
Friday that bis father was not expected
to live, and he, with, his brother
.Charlie, departed immediately for his
father's home in Linn couuty,
The teachers' district institute, held
on the 28th, 29th, 80th and 81st of
last month, was attended by about
three hundred teachers, and the eve
ning sessions by near., one thousand
persons. Superintendent McElroy says
it is the best institute ever held in the
state.'';-' '" "" ! v'vv..
Many students are leaving to take
charge of summer school.
Senior, examination will begin on
the 19th, inst. The class numbers
forty-one at present, 'and perhaps
nearly all will pass the required grade.
The literary ' societies will render a
joint programme next Friday evening.
The exercises will be given mostly by
the juniors. ' - . I
The Evangelical 'church organised
yesterday, and perhaps will have reg
ular preaching at the hall hereafter.
School. Hoaae Notes.
Each week we will- give ft few Im.
portant questions in our school notes,
which are to be answered the follow
ing week. Answers .will be accep'ed
from anyone, and we will be particu
larly pleased to get answers from
other schools. We will also be pleased
to get new questions (rom anyone.
Send answers to C. H. Jones, by
Wednesday of each week. The first
correct answer received will be pub
lished with tbe name of tbe person
Questions 1. What is the supreme
lawiof the kiudf 2. When, where,
and what was the first newspaper pub
lished in Oregon? 3. Name the' coun
ties of Oregon and give the county
seat of each. 4. Did' Christmas and
New Years come on the same day of
the week in 18761 If not, why? 5.
When were the dark ages, and why
This is getting to be very , quiet
school. Last week one of the large
girls went to sleep a jd caused quite a
disturbance and com niotioaby snoring.
School commenced at Milton last
Monday, with Miss Kate McGuire as
teacher. Miss Boss, who was first en
gaged to teach this school, could' not
take it on account of sickness.
Two tramps msde us a visit last
uesday, and being in need of new
hats, they quietly walked in U the hall
and helped themselves. It seems the
tramps had good judgement, for tliey
took the two best hats in school which
belonged to Kendall Blakesley sod
Frank Moore. ,
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
' v For Congressmen, ."
BINGER HERMANN, (1st district)
" W. R. ELLIS. (2nd district)
For Presidential Electors,
HON. J. F. CAPLES, or Portland.
H. B. MILLER, of Grant's Pass.
D. M. DUNNE, of Portland.
REV. G. M. IRWIN, of Union.
For Supreme Judge,
, F A. MOORE, St. Helens.
LE. WEBSTER, Jacksonville.
. 'For Circuit Judge,
f. aVmcBRIDE, Oregon City.
For District Attorney,
HON, W. N. BARRETT. of HiUsboro.
; " . For Joint Senator,
J.fW. MAXWELL, of Tillamook.
NORMAN MERRILL. '
'-, "' ' "For Sheriff,,
C. W. BLAKE S LEY.
. E..E. QUICK. .
For County Judge, .
E. M. WHARTON.
A. B. LITTLE.
For School Superintendent,
T. J. CLEETON.
, For Coroner,
B. P QU1VY.
A BARGAIN !
YOKE OF LOGGING
With yokes and rhains,
CHEAP FOR CASH
. Or approved security.
Q.C. L. & M. CO.,
Mayger, ; - - - Oregon
In the Circuit Court of the 8 tat of Oregon,
for In vounty oi voiumoia.
Waltib B. Busll, Pliintiff, 1
MiKRtaO. Bucm., Defendant. )
To Minnie O. Buell, the above-named d
lendant: t ,;
In the nam of the State of Oregon, yon
e hereby required to appear sad answer
the complaint tiled against you in the above
entitled suit, ia tbe abova entitled court.
on or before tb first day of the next term
ot the above ,conrt, whu-h said term
commence, on Tuesday, the 10th day of
May, 1892; and If you (ail to nppca-and
answer, for want thereof, plain tin will apply
to tb court for the relief demanded In the
complaint, which is, for the dissolution of
ina matrimonial nonas now existing Be
tween ulnintitrand defendant, and for such
other and further relief as in equity may
in auove summons lspuoiisaea ojoraer
of Hon. . J. Taylor, ludm of said court.
dated Marcn 17, isuz.
MOORS ft COLE.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
nonets ion pubis cation.
Land Offlrsat Oregno City, Or.. Kerch SO. ISM.
Notice Is hereby given that the followlnt
named settler has Sled notice of hl lateutlon to
make final proof In support of his claim, aatkhat
aid proof will be mad before ihe county clerk
of Columbia county, at fit. Helaus, Oregoo. on
M 18. 1802. vis:
IRA J. WEAVER,
Pre-emption D. 8. No. Ml , for the swi f sec.
IS. tp S a, r J w. He names the following wit
neioes to prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation ot said land, vis: J. W. Monnell,
O. w. Blakeatey. J Hendrtcks, and B. t.
Foue, aU of lit. Helens, Columbia county, Ore-
e. J. Arr&iwn,
W. J . rUOICLEr z GO.
Crockery, v . I Boots, Shoes,
' Glassware, t Ladies' Dress Goods,
Queensware.) Furnishing: Goods,
LUMBER, SHINQLES, ETC.
Produce Taken In Exchange.
It Will Pay You to Consult Our Prices.
RAINIER, - - - OREGON.
All Our Seeds AreTested
ta -rVyPFf X &V, WTn f C rJI
r n i r.r- - . u r ' " - v-ivj r sm nr
.Vj. if NN?- y -&rvwjr. tar 'i
F. L Posson & Son. Portland. Or.
THE RETAIL MERCHANT is tbe necessary
Medium of Trade between the Manufacturer
and the Consumer. He must protect tbe interest
of his customers by purchasing id the lowest and
and best markets, aud by selling to his patrons
at the Lowest Possible Prices.
PROPRIETOR OF THE
In keeping these true principles of trade always ia
view ; often leaves the old track and strikes "across
lots" for Bargains for his customers. His stock of
Is being enlarged by New Goods Every Day.
T b not eoBTenient to name U may rHffTent articles kept
on sale, arf.le frem Dry Ood, CL.thinf. U Jies' Wear Oentlemen a
Wear. Head Wear, foot Wear, Flour and Fred, Grocer es and Can
ned Goods, Kails and Hardware, Crockery and Gla-sware. Uranlt
and Tinware. Powder and Blxt, Hats sad. Cnp Boots and Slioes,
Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, etc-
We have just received the correct style in
' . Stiff Hats for the Spring of '92.
1 .50 tO S5.OO PRICES FROM $ 1 .00 tO $5-00
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
King Clothiers of
ASP DIALIS U
8T. HELENS, OE.
F. R. CHOWN,
- MAN UFACTUREBS OF -
Sheet-Iron, Tin and Copper Ware,
-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
212 Firstani cor. Sa!n:sn Street. POBTLAIIIJ.
OLD ST. HELENS STORE,
Table and Pocket Cutlery
Dairy and Household
Cooking and Heating
In tbe aranit Cburt of sb 8tal f Ort.
for Columbia County.
Reobx Kims, Plaintiff,.
C. F. Ltivsawoata aud
K4TS M. LKAVSirwOKTB,hl Wlf,
To 0. F. Leavenworik and Kat M. Lavav
worth, bi wife, tba abov-iuund d.
In tbe name of tb Stat of Oreiton, Jtt
and each of you ate hereby trqnirad lo a
pcar and answex the eoniplaint fiU.1 against
you in the above entfeh-d suit,, iu tba abova
entitled rourt, on or before the fin! dav of
the next term of tbe shore eoart, wblefc
aid term will comment' on Tueaday,tb
10th day of May, ltfttt; and if yon fall ta a
peat and answer, for went thereof, plaiatisT
will apply to tb court for the- relief d
a ended in the complaint, wblcb irtorlka
Miuiof three tnousand dollars (SS.OOO) aa.
United SMte Gold Coin, with interest
thereon in line Gold Coin st tb rate at
ixht per cent per annum from and siaa
May 24th, 18S0, and the farther sumef tw
hundred dollars (1200) as attorney's
fees, and for tb ota and dUbars
meut of this salt; and (or a dteree forecle
inx a mortgage ilren to mare (aid saaa,
interest and attorney' fees,.apon the fol
low ing-dercribed real property,, to-wuUTfea
iortb balf of the southeast quartet tbe)
south west quarter of the southeast quart,
and lh northeast quarter of Ui soulbweei
,U:irtrof seeiion twelve, in townabip sevasv
north of range four wet; tb northw.e
quarte' of section twelve.in township seven
north of range four west; and tb aoutlunsS
quarter of section eight,, ia lowusliin sevesv
north of rang three wet of the Willalneffc
lleiiuian. in Columbia county. Hiate of
Oregon; tbat tba snid real property be soU
in tb manner prescribed by law, and that
the proceed thereof be applied to tb pay
ment of th raid judgment; that thesatd
defendant and ail person staimlng by.
through or aider tlirea, mav b barred
and foreclos.d of all right, tide, claim. In
terest and esiale in and to tbe said lunrv
gaircd premises and every part thereof, ex
cpt tii statutory right to redeem; and fn
aucb other and fsu-tber relief aa to tbe court
may seem just and. equitable io tb ervas-i-
The abovw sammonsl published by order
of Hon. P. J. Taylor, Hdg f said Mart,
dated Karch 17, im. "
B25md Attorneys for FlaintlsT.
Petition for Llqior Lleeuw.
to th Honorable. Commlseloaers and CetsM
Court! th Mat ot r(oa In CduaaMa
We, tbe naderdened regal ToHra Ma Daf
Island precinct, ColumMacouan, Slat of Oie
gon, respeetluUy petltteet sour moors b)e Soar
that a license be granted te Orrla A. Weedu
Mil spiritous, Tinous and siall Qquors In sai4
Deer bland precinct ia Um quamltlea thaa aa
cell in for tbe period of on rear, and your
titioncrswlllwmpmy: 1 tsnA In
gardaerjC L Creaam, T a Oils, P Adamsi Wa
Kllby, Thomas fsinton, August Daws L '
ejered. 1 Rockhlll. Oust Jhaason. CThoattua.
U A WMliama. X Larson, t Andersen, tat
Wskley.S C tDTSrt, J K Cronk, C Trim, 7 Ca
arett, C II Spencer. O Trim, CE Olson, LI
barla, I 8 Bumgardner. C L Smith, Charles
dls, A H Merrill, Nelson Pinckaey. Chute T
Hsney .Ed Rystrom, C W tonal, Peter Ssitlb.
B E Smith, V Hughes, OleOIsea, E H OlrtrT
W 8pDC, E 1 Barnes, T W Kowels. W T Me
Kinnan. A P Usher, C J Kelly, Jowpb Botk,
Michael Presh, H Blemer. 1 H Sterm, Cast
Bkiaturia, James Galtleas, J M Sparge,
A Garrison. Kudo Lnsthl, E O Jones, H C
Brown, Oabrlal Jenny. Otto Babi, Fred Kosel,
Jbn Blert. Kdward Black, A H Orlswald, C O
Wilcox, P P Poster, D Nichols, A Saodberg, H
Works. C W Murphy, Walter Haelrd. A D Caa
ningham, J Jones, N B Willard, A D MeOake.
C W MeFwland, A J Jordan, D S ttray, !
Jaquiah.J WCarlinl. B Schmidt, J Kbe. L
Bradley, eorre Pish tel. John P Sehmlw, J
SpUwaH A Obwg, H C Gore. J W Jaqaes. Je
Lawrence, Joe Nnubaumer, Fred Nusbaamer,
Richard Phelan, Jo Stock, C B Gore. Prank
Bishop, C Williams, H B Borthwlek, W M Tarn.
bioson, Frank Beyors, L Q Larson, B A LjrseJt,
Lee Williams, J t DaYldasn.J'eter Bertorrea,
S Fostr, Charles R Yonng. Wm Coaaee. Prank
Rlndaa. Thomas Mitekell.'tC Mays, A ISsTln.
Hector Hollis. B O postar, Wm Gaddla. Tho a
Foley, E Meeker, James Cok. T I Mahoa, Jka
T Whitehead, Ed Bmlth. J F Borton, J Sattd
grass. R B Foster, John M Liadmy, B HaTaid.
T Pller.!B F Hunter, J Benerson, O Hans. F
Swaeer. w T Catnald. J B Haley. W O Tuck,
8 Beris, W P Gardner. John W Brig, M Lamas t.
DFBatsoa, It J Burnett, L Stehmsn. Fraak If
Poster, Jacob Lenrachar. Emit Kloraer. W J
Kellie, PO Maox. 8C Fowler, E W Fowler, C
Maklarter, E Seffert, H Andreas, F BtdagSeld,
C L Olson, W Bradley. 8 Olson.
mass.lCATM.'i r VMM)! a.
In tb Crreuit Court of th Stat of Orefee
for tL Cotimy of Columbia,
AvscsToa KaTsBa. Plain tifT, " I . 7
v. V '
Maanii P. Kxnrr, Defendant. )
To Hartia P. Knnpp, tb abure-named d
la the nam of tb Btat ot Oregon, yon
are hereby required to appear and answer
tbe complaint bled against you ia the abova
entitled sait, by tb first day of tb nea
term of the asid Circuit Conrt, vx: Tea
day the 10th dav of May. 1892, being tba
&xt Taesday after th second Monday ia
said month; and if yon fail an to aawr.
for want thereat tb plaintiff will tab a
indgtnent against yon for the sura of f ltt.00.
United States gold coin, with interest there
on at th rat of 10 per cent, per annua
from the foth day of October. 18&, together
with the additional sum of tSDM attorney
fee, and til. 40 paid far taxes, and for the
costs and dubureementi of this salt, and
will take a decree foreclosing tb mortgage
described la said complaint, and declarig
the same to be a lien upon the land therein
described, vis: Situate in the County of
Colombia, But of Oregon, to-wit; Tba
southwest quarter of section thirty, in tnwn
sliin fir north of rang three west of the
Willamette Meridian, containing one baa
dred and flfty-sU and ninety-nine ban.
dredths acre of land, more or less, and
tbat the same b sold to satisfy said Judg
ment, and tbat yon be forever barred and
foreclosed of all right, claim or interest In
said land except ai redemptfoner under tbe
statute, and for such farther relief a te tb
Court may Mem meet in canity.
This summon is published by order of
Hon. Frank J. Taylor. Jadge of said Court,
made the 10th day of March, 1891
KILUS, STARK ds THOMA8.
Attorneys tor Plaintiff.
Dated March 11. 18S2. mt8az
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of both aaaes. who hare been psnaaasally vniA
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THS APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Westera Branch. Box XT. PuaTtAjoa. ftm,
For sal by EDWIN BOSS, Dkcooift,
8u Helen. Or. ia.
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