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About The Oregon mist. (St. Helens, Columbia County, Or.) 188?-1913 | View This Issue
United Mate ind County Official Paper
St. llKMcai,PBnuiMiiY 17,181)11,
Kimball rinnot are the boit.
The river It still blocked with loe
Vancouver to that no boat cau reach
Kimball pianoa defy competition.
' Mr. If. Varwlck, wholesale liquor
dealer, of Portland, WHt In the city
dilmore endorsee the Kimball IV
A. number of ScanDoote Dennle at-
tended the masquerade ball Tuesday
Kimball organt. Moure, Portland, Or,
Mitchell Ray it tnrloualy tick at the
Columbia hoUil, cauted from severe
out ha received on the hand a few
Pianoa direct from factory. L. V.
v. The Bt. Helena corn'ut band hat been
reorganised and have aeoured the
eorvioctol Professor Hrlce, of LaCon
tor, as Instructor.
Kimball Pianoa' endortod by Patti.
There teemt now to bn no danger of
flood in the river tinea the know It
melting gradually, giving the volumo
of water time to pas oft at it meltt.
Plunot and organs. L. V. Moore,
Monday night seven prisoners es
caped from the city jail in Portland.
That little burg on lit to bring her
lioboa to Columbia counly't jail tor
L. V, Mooro, Portland. KimabU Pi
anoa. Frofeaaor Looney dlamineed school
Tunsday for the remainder of the
week in order that he might attend
the marriage ceremonloa of hit niece
t Balein WedneiKlay.
Kimball pianoa. Moore, Portland, Or.
Astoria now haa a can factory in
operation, giving employ merit to over
100 boyt and girl nt a fair salary. If
Astoria cquU convert her can factory
into an institution for manufacturing
railroad It would be the proper thing.
Kimball piunot ate flrat cluaa.
There wat a birthday party given at
the residence of Mr. John Lamberson
Hi Jfoulton Saturday night in honor
of M. Lurubcrton. There wat a large
crowd of rvlutivca and friends prcaeul,
o we are Informal.
Kimball pianoa are reliable and
The mail from Hoifltoi-to Vernonia
liaa not Imhu making connection dur
ing the blockade. The latter city wb.
for teveral day, without mail com
muuication, the carrier being unable
to make the trip.
Kimball pianoa L. V. Moore Tort
land. . South Bend and Oyatcrville, Wash
ington, are having a county wat quar
rel. Cititena of South Bond having
moved tbe rocorda to that .place by
force, claiming the matter to have been
decided at the pulls.
Kimball organt. L. V, Moore, Tort
land. Superintendent Cleeton wat tnowed
in at ClaUkanie and could not arrive
until tbe aeoond day of the teachers'
examination, latt wceV. But in hit
absence hit two assistants, Mra. Dol
mn and Mr. Little, conducted the
examination until hit arrival Thuraday.
Kimball pianoa and organt on eaey
Mr. Jamea Muckle went to Kalama
latt Friday to attend the loggert' con
vention which met there for the pur
pose ot discussing variout questions
pertaining to the logging and lumber
industry along tbe Columbia river.
Kimball pianoa have claetio touch.
Profetsor Looney and hit assistant,
Mra, Way, are preparing for a literary
entertainment in the 8t. Helena pub
lic tchoolt, which will take place dur
ing the first part of March. Professor
W. F, Werschkul, vocalist, of the Port
land Conservatory of Music, has prom
ised to be preaent and take part in the
Kimball pianoi and organt war
ranted 6 year.
The river boats, except the Lurllne,
re all running on schedule time and
doirig a fairly good busioess, owing to
the fact that provisiont and feed along
the variout roulot waa almost ex
hausted during the Ice blockade. All
the smaller boats are carrying good
loads each way, and passenger truffle
it somewhat livelier than usual.
SrimbaU'organe are reliable, L.V.
Throe persons were killed and six
teen others badly injured in a street
car smasbup in Albina Wednesday
afternoon. The oar became unmanage
able coming down a heavy grade, aad
when ehe reached the curve at the
foot of the hill was going at a rapid
M(e On making the turn tho oar
overturned and was completely de
molished. Those killed were i John 0.
Dennis and hit 8-year-old ton, and J.
T. Johnson. .
jii v, Moore pianoa and organs. Portland.
Mr. Valentine Ollnosky, living at
Cow Camp, on the Nuhalem road has
at his place two cstray heifers one
dark red with white tip on tall, throe
yean old, and tbe other light red two
yeare old. Mr. Clllncsky found the
animals hemmed In during the late
ttorm almost atarved to death and it
now feeding and caring for them. The
owner can have the tame by proving
property and paying expenses.
Kimball pianoa deep bass, clear
The grand mnslc ball at Masonic
hall Tuesday night waa the event of
the season, from all accounts. The
hull wat crowded to its utmost capa
city with maskers and stwetatort. Mr,
John McKay and Mitt Emily Cox
carried oft the honors of the evening
for ttie best sustained chaructert, The
musio was rendered by Brice't orches
tra from across the rivor.
Don't buy before teeing the Kimball
The Telephone came down Monday
on her regular trip for Astoria, the first
lime in over a month, in fact since
her collision in the Portland harbor
several weeks ago. She hot been un
dergoing repairs since that time and
hat been thoroughly braced by having
new hogpostt and chains placed In her.
She it taid to make better time now
See the Kimball pianot before buy
ing. DEEIt ISLAND.
The weather linn Benin assumed Its nat
ural pleasantness, (showers and sutinhin
after a rwriud of two stormy Weeks, which
was wry foreign to tlili part of the country,
but we might nay that we have escaped real
well to far, for we learn that Lake Erie Is
frosen .cross, or all over, which has only
been known once before.
Alonto A. Merrill done a "land office
buxlneiHi" In hay last week, lie shipped
om every day. Well, "its an 111 wind that
does no good I"
The tuiwrvbor, A. P. McDonald, hod a
crew of men out last week hoveling soow
off some of the old, dangerous bridges In
this district. The snow was some four feet
deep before It commenced thawing and un
duuhtedly the burden would be too heavy
for some of them to suntaln, though some
people remarked tint It was only "a bill of
expenne." Others said "If a bridge cannot
stand that much It should be let Into the
canyon." Hut men of a more eoniervative
mind s.ild, "an ounco of prevention is worth
pound of cure."
Now the quetfon comes before the peo
ple of this rosd district, who are we going
to have for a rosd snpervleorf The present
Incumbent Is not desirous of It any lonirar,
and the person appointed was a resident of
another district and cannot serve. There
are several In the diatrlct who are compe
tent and able to nil the office If they could
be Induced to serve; while there are others
who are anxious to obtain the office, but
have a self-interest, and therefore would be
liable to misuse and abuse the office. The
proper way to iiixtiit a person U by peti
tion to Ih court mid ihnt body should see
that the applicant hat a reaaoiiahle number
of signatures from erh part of the district.
Mr, Iniinc Ihimcariner Is quite poorly at
present, ami wat taken to Kalama, Wash.,
Iat Friday fur medical treatment. It is
hoped Unit hlM Illness la only temporary.
We should have mentioned before now
that Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Smith are
claiely quartered In their new bom. They
own is comfortable a cottage as Columbia
county possesses, in abort, if every young
man who comes to this country would im
prove the time and opportunity as well as
Mr. Smith has they snU the country would
be better oft.
The recent rains have softened the snow
so that sleighing Is practically at an end,
unless the weather changes, however. Sev
eral of our young men have made good use
of the opportunity by taking the ladies out
We are Informed that Mr. Iinbera's new
shed fell down the early part of last week
under the heavy weight of snow, killing two
of his eows and badly injuring several
As heavy snows are not uncommon In
Oregon, It Is a good plan to put a little ex
tra work and material Into the construc
tion of barnes and other buildings, making
them strong enough to stand the weight of
snow, and not only save the expense of
shoveling them off from once to twice In a
hard winter like this, but save the worry
and anxiety that naturally dlsturbes a
man's sleep, it he knows his buildings are
weak, thus endangering- his property. We
speak from experience.
Several young ladles and gentlemen were
invited to take dinner with Mr. W. N. Mos
erve last Sunday, and we wondered when
we also heard he expected to Invite the
minister whether or not Cupid had taken
possession of him. We hear he contem
plates putting additions to his already com
modious house; therefore we twine our sus
picions are well founded, but as facta only,
are taken hi this case, we leave It for fur
It la said that Mr. 8. K.' Hudson and his
daughter, Sunan, expect to move to Van
couver, Wash., In the near future. Their
many friends regret to see them leave and
wish them prosperity and happiness. Mr.
Hudson was one among the first settlers
who raced the hardships of pioneer life, and
began the development of Beaver valley's
resources. During his residence here be
has made many warm friends and very fow
if any enemies. He has rented his farm to
Mr. W. K. Clough.
J. H. Douglass, of Troutdsle, Visited rel
atives and friends In tbe valley lost week.
Frank Hudson was seen out slelghrlding
with one of the "world's fair" last Sun
day. His trip was not without a little ex
elteraont, as his team became unmanageable
and ran away, but fortunately no damage
The school entertainment glvoa by Miss
Attla Matthews at the lost creek school
bouse last Friday evening, was a decided
success. Although the bouse was small for
suoh a purpose and the evening very rainy,
$14 .SO is the amount cleared for the minis
ter, Rev. Moore. The programme which
appears below was carried out with great
eredlt to til who took part, and eipeolslly
Is credit duo Miss Matthews for her untir
Ing efforts In preparing and managing the
affair throughout, and also to the Delena
orchestra and Mrs. Douglass for their able
assistance; and we could not fall to men
tion the kindness of Mr. O. B. Wonderly In
furnishing and hauling the organ for the
occasion. At the close of the entertain
ment it was announced that a vote would '
be tuken, at 8 cents each vote, for tbe best-
looking girl In the bouse. The one receiv
ing the highest number of voles would be
presented with a larsa Dhatoaraoh album.
Tho Misses Attla Matthews, Hasan Hud
son, Emma Wagner and Pearl Ilurnhart
were at once nominated and the voting be
gun, coining a little slow at first, but as one
candidate went ahead others worked all the
harder until the excitement reached fever
heat. Not only 8 -cent pieces but dollars
were dropiied by first one snd then the
other, until It was announced that time for
voting had expired and all awaited the re
sult, which gave Miss Wagners plurality of
i2 votes. Then, amid great applause, M iss
Wagner was called forward to receive the
the album, which she did with ber usual
grace, calling forth another outburst of ap
plause. The pretty-girl question having
been decided all attention was turned to
suppor, which was at once prepared. By
the way, the supper was of tbe most tempt
ing nature, and the ladies deserve great
praise for their taste in cooking and arrang
ing It. After all bad done Justice to them
selves snd the table the crowd began to dis
perse fully satisfied with the enjoyment of
Musle . Delena orch estra
song "Whip Poor-Will," Choir
Redtejloa "Legend of tae Northland,"..
8oDg -"Bister's Prayer,".. . .Miss Aula Matthews
Mediation "Leap of Boushan Beg,"
Dlalogue-"MornlngCall," Mra. W. H. Ky-
sar u Mrs. Blckford, Miss Matthews
Recitation -Children's Hour," Ivy Kyaer
Instrumental Solo "Frolic ot the Frogs,"
Mra. I. M. Donglaaa
Recitation "United at Ut," George Kyser
Dialogue "Proposing by Proxy,". ...Mrs.
Kyaer as Mra. Bruce, Mr. Arthur
Morgan as Mr. Brace, Miss Attla Mat
theweasBusaa Bruce, Mr. Edward
Wagner as John Snow, Leon Maleoia
as Tim Blake.
Song "Who Built Pat Ark," ..Choir
Hong "Big Bonanna,"
Edward Wagner and Mlaa Matthewa
Song "There'a no one to Welcome Me
Home," ....Edward wagaer
Violin Solo Mr. Oscar Wagner
Soiur "Christina LeRoy," Mlaa Matthewa
Song "Only Down to the Club,'
Mlaa Pearl Bumbart
Instrumental Solo "Battle ot Waterloo,"
Mra. E. M. Douglass
Song "Honest Irish Lad,". .....Miss Matthews
Soac "Dulcle Jones," .rearl Bumbart
BT j. r. LOOMKT, a. .
'By love directed, I would ehoose a wife.
To Insure my Bliss, and ease the load of life.
'All earth exults and this our nuptial hour,
'And Aiuoronthlue rosebuda deck the bndal
"In K.ln Am, Oils hnlv state bsiran.
While perfect innocence eninronea me nean
of man. -laviuaawu.
This poem waa presented bjr.the author at the
marriage at MlssOassle Bwlwer to Mr. Bay Gil
bert, which ocourred la Salem, Oregon, Febru
ary 15, im.
(Ia childhood, playmates.)
In their early, childish hours,
Unmnlllir AVArV dnV.
Qussle ambers snow-white flowers,
And gives them all to Hay.
While Ray in turn, to snow good win,
And gladly do his part,
Bays, "lliissie," Jut as Jafl to Jill,
'I'll give you all my heart. "
But aussle, In herehlldlsh play.
Little thought the pledire from Ray ,
Would ripen luto;lve.
Now, years have aped on wings, wo see
i ney ootn nsw viiuikvu ui uiv.
He'll her lovln husband be,
And she bis gains wile.
f In votith ttaev woo and wed.l
And here the friends have gathered now,
IU W1BU II1WI11 wmiy
And make a record of the vow,
1 UK) wjmm ... ,
And when tbe preacher questions Ray,
Ha answers wlih a breath.
And does not hesitate to say :
I'll love aer unui aeatnr-
Noxt eomee Gussle'stlme to tell,
The story ot nerenoioe:
I will obey and love him well."
She answers with one voloel
And then the preacher did declare,
With eloqnenoe suoiime,
That Ood had Joined the holy pair" .
For all of future time.
And now the friends around them stand,
To wish them wedded bliss;
While some would only shake the band,
Hone ot burs give a xiss.
When all were through, the wedded pair,
Who thanked thera o'er and o'er.
In solemn tones did then declare.
That they d do so no mora.
VETOES TUB MILITIA BILIi.
Gov Pennoyer Give His Kaasona In
"To the Honorable, the house of rep
resentatives of the state of Oregon :
"I herewith rotarn house bill 233 with
my dissent. This bill provides for the
payment out of the state treasury of the
sum of 120,000 a year for two years to
the military board in addition to the
amounts raised for the state militia
through the now existing tax of one-
fifth of a mill upon all the property of
the state. The amount of the assessable
property in the state as returned by the
state equalisation board ia now $228,-
398,677. A tax of one-fifth of a mill on
this amount would bring annually $45,
679. Add to thia amount the $20,000
given the militia by thia bill and we
havean annual totalof$G5,C79. Asthe
amount expended by the state militia
annually for the last biennial term was
$32,778, it will be seen that it is pro
posed to double the amount heretofore
expended. Our constitution provides
that 'the militia shall be kept in strict
subordination to the civil power,' but it
would seem that now the militia ia in
the saddle, as it has had sufficient
potency to secure a largely inoreased
appropriation in tbe passage ot this bill
at a time when retrenchment of all
civil departments is sought after on
account of the depressed condition of
our people consequent upon the stagna
tion of business and a general depres-
aion in prices, values and volume of
ourrency. This is most deoidedly
wrong. Now when the greatly over
burdened tax-payer is demanding relief
the military as well as the otvil branch
of government must begin to praolice
retrenchment. Retrenchment must
be made all along the line. I veto the
FREE TO ALL.
The Hitch and the Low, the Rich and
Poor of All Grades and Htattone
Treated Free of Charge
by Dr. Darrln.
Commencing today, Dr. Darrln at
270J Washington street will give free
treatment to all from 10 to 11 A. M.
daily. Those able and willing to pay
will receive medical and electrical
treatment at $5 a month, surgical arid
special diseases excepted. Hours, 10
A. M. to 5 P. M., 7 to 8 evenings, Sun
days, 10 to, 12.
Dr. Damn's reputation is so well
established, having treated thousands
of patients tho past six years, that it
eems unnecessary to comment on bis
success. The doctor will send to any
mail or express office address his elec
tric or medical treatment, on receipt
of symptoms and $5 per month. Send
for question blank and circulars free.
Bead the following cures performed
by Dr. Danrin:
W. W, Watts, Scappot se, Or., chron-
io tjUrrh ; John A. Johnson, Rainier,
Or., chronic kidney trouble; W. W.
Travillion, Baker City, Or., ex-Sheriff
of Baker county, deafness cured seven
years ago; W. It. Duncan, Heath's ad
dition, Spokane, Wash., large scrofu
lous swelling aud tumors in neck; A.
L. Richardson, 320 Front street, Port
land, deafness 20 years and ringing
noises in the bead; John Dickerson
425 Washington street, Spokane,
Wush., discharging ears, 17 years
standing; Capt. H. B. Parker, of the
Parker House, Astoria, chronic catarrh
and la grippe; Charles Smith, Port
land, Oregon, nervous debility, liver
and kidney complaints and paiu in
the back ; L. P. Smith, Freeport.
Wash., liver and kidney complaint,
cured ; he was also reduced 18 pounds
in flesh ; T. L. Williams, firm of Wil-
liams dt Groat, 6 North Front street,
Portland, deafnoss and ringing noises
in the ears for years ; Dr. A. S. Bern
stein, 171 J Morrison street, Portland,
blood poisoning, nervous prostration,
rheumatism, kidney and liver troubles;
D. E. Prettyman, Killgaver, Oregon,
rheumatism, heart, liver and kidney
troubles; A. E. Miller, photographer
277 Knott street, Albina, Oregon,
stricture for years, life despaired of;
Ex-City Marshal H. W. Goldbeck,
Vancouver, Wash., hydrocele for years.
Scores of others can be referred to by
sendintr. for circular. All curable
chronic, acute and private diseases
At notime in the history of thocoun-
trv has oneumnniabecu so prevalent as
during the winter months of tbe last
two years. In times past a common
cold was not considered at all serious,
but of lute years the great tendency of
colds to result in pneumonia has made
people apprehensive. I he trouble is
that colds are not always properly
treated. No preparation containing
ooiutn, wild.. cherry or chloroform
should be used, as they have a tendency
to dry up a cold, whereas it "should be
looeened aud the lungs relieved. Ii
lias been observed that when Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy is used the cold
never results in pneumonia, llic
reason is that this remedy stimulates
tho mucous membrane which lines the
throat and lungs, to a healthy action,
causes a free expectoration, throwing
off the poisonous matter, and coun
teracts any tendency toward pneu
monia. For sale by Edwin Ross.
TOURIST IND FAULT HElDQ.Ual.TEES.
New York Restaurant.
Anderson Beakky, Proprietors.
. 138 First treet,
PORTLAND, - - OREGON.
WE HAVE TO MAKE ROOM
BttvliKF rtlnnltni HO Ir, nffprlnff
t waaa a , whnlnaillA nrioM in retail
hiivers. These are choice varieties, suit
oie tor maraei or nnme nee; ei iur uu,
for 100; prune trees. 12 per 100.
Jan. SO, 1893 tf ' Scappoose, Or.
There is a stray cow at my
place, near Gillton, about six
years old; color, brindle, and
branded "1 on the left norn.
Owner can have same by pay
A new and complete treatment, consisting ot
Suppositories, Ointments In Capsules, also In
Box and tills: a Positive Cure for External, In
ternal, mina una piecuuiK, iwh.ub, '
Recent or Hereditary Piles, and many other
diseases and female weaknesses: It ia always a
.i a 4 1 . I 1 .lllt TKsh H vat
lseovery of a medical euro rendering an opera
tion with tne knlte unnecessary hereafter. This
Keinorty has never been known to fail. 1 per
box, S for : sent by mall. Why suffer from this
terrible disease when a written guarantee is
given with boxes, to refund the money If not
oured. Send sUmp for free Sample. Guarantee
Issued bv Wooded, CLAsaaA Co.. Wholesale
and Retail Druggists, Sole Agents. PorUaud. Or.
lor reformation snd free Handbook write to
MUNN CO., a BnoADWAY, Nw YoriT.
Oldest bureau for eoouring patents In America.
Brerr patent taken out by is Is brought before
be powlo of a uotioe given free ot oharge In tbe
man ahould be wltnoul iu weesir. eJ.uii
IXri I.M)3 months. AiMress MOVN i OO.
Fus is-"i 901 Umsdwar, Kw York Clta
l .uAT m 3s eswtwsji
4 Solentlflo American
f Aqenoy fori
LjlVV TJlr TRADB MASKS,
lSi-2r D18IOM PATINTS,
taar oopVRioHTa, .to.
Hew It Became Popular.
When neonlo find an article much
superior to anything of the kind they
have ever before used, they are almost
sure to tell their friends about it, and
especially if they know of some friends
needing such an article. Dealers also
soon learn the true value of their
goods, and when they have an aiticlo
of unusual merit they will almost in
variably mention the fact to their cus
tomers. This accounts in a great meas
ure for the laree saloon Chamberlain's
Cough Remeby. Here is an instance :
W. L. Needham. a prominent cilissen
and business man of Orrsburg, Mo.,
haa been selling Chamberlain s Cougli
Remedy for several years and recom
mends it to bis customers' because in
his experience it has proven to be the
bust for colds, croup and whooping
cough. He says it is the most popular
medicine that he Handles, anu gives
the best satisfaction. 50 cent bottles
for sale by Edwin Ross,
From the) Finer Wood.
Of the nnrth to the Everelsdes of the Sontb
druggists are besieged by people with every
snaue oi riieumiuisni, uhjuij-uik wwik "l
UruiiiinoiKl's remedy. " Will it cure mel"
And the druggist points to the fact Mint the
Dniinmand Medicine Co. 48-50 Maiden
Lane, New York, offer a reword of 1500 for
a case their remedy will not core. Xhst
kind of answer is satWying, and the suf
ferer nleaks down five dollars and goes
home and is cured. Not only relieyed 1 but
cured. Agents Wnuted.
Notice of Sale.
I will on SATURDAY, the 4th day of
FEBRUARY, 1803, at 11 o'clock a. in., sell
at public auction, at my home on the
"Wapato Karra." on the Willamette
Slough, in Columbia County, Oregon, two
horses lielonping to the firm of I. F. Pow
ers, described as follows . One bay horse,
will weigh about 1200 pounds, and the other
a sorrel with a wliite face, and will weigh
about the same. The said sale is for the
board and the pasturage of said horses from
the 15tb of November. 1891, until the prea
ent. amounting to f 112, and the costs of
advertising and sale.
Jan. 13, 193 4t F. V. HENRICI.
I have a number of registered Poland
China pigs, which I will sell at my
nlace at Scappoose. Oregon.
j6a6 IIaeby West.
IN III POUTED AND DOMESTIC
Wines 5 Liquors
847 frant Street, Portland, Oretj.n,
Hart & Sweetland,
St. Helens Meat Market
Fresh and Salted Meats, Sausage, Fish
and vegetables. ;
Meals by wholesale at special rates.
Express wagon ran to all parts of town,
and charges reasonable.
W H. DOLMAN
Has the St. Helens
BOOTS a SHOES
TSAJft. MASK COmeBMTU
A Large Invoice of Stylish and
Footwear Just Received.
Prices of old Stock Greatly Seduced.
SCHANEN & NEU,
And all kinda of Marble, Granite,
Stonework, Tableta, Curbing, etc
Special estimates for any desired work
furnished on application.
268 First St., bet. Madison and Jefferson,
CHEAPEST WATCH IM THE WORLD.
ssneetion sBell.B PLA.
TED USB, KO KKI rXltlllll-'.
to refund toonaj Ia wt in
ot dUk-tUfactloa and rtfi
u, n uivisiwe
Kjr 1 11 A t AN TEC jj
to kMi (ooti Urn fur Ml
will Ml Ptrtoctiy ftt 14
triumph f Anwrlcaa l
KIIUIU au aaiu.
contrto for M In loU
of 100,000, the) lai-gMl
An ii,Ka m
triveo. Bnc lh prlo
fkcturlag plant to Uk
world m-klnf hM
wfttehM. It repnMnu
jra of tiparirMut and
pnnmH U two-ttHrUa rtwv MowMnt U American
LaisMrn Pinion fo baw io inlnat. Tvrfitctlj tvmistM, r
rulsiiod aud teaWI. Hu patonl winding ittwhrawl -
Iulrln no kajr. MtUki poal paid for ll.Wt tn '
wrttton fnitirantM acoompaalM eaoh. iMippa
and wj win pnncnt ynn wli h liUum gold plated chain
Empire Watch Co., New York.
Kw-3fi established imi
- Manufacturers of
Fir and Cedar Lumber.
Clear Flooring, Ceiling and Finishing Material
Constantly on Hand,
Clatskanie, - - - - Oregon.
Are You Prejudiced
Many people think it necessary to go to some large
city to find a first-class
Don't you believe it; because you can be convinced that there
ia a urt)v-ciuss urug oiure ueie ujr vtuiuig uu
"Who carries a fine and varied stock of
Drugs, Chemicals, Standard Patent Medicines,
Prescriptions carefully compounded by an experienced chen-ist.
St. Helens, :
F. R. CHOWN,
- A WD
212 First ani 9 Salmon Street PORTLAND
STEAMER G. W. SHAVER.
J. W. SHAVER, Master."
Leaves Portland at Alder St, dock Monday, Wednesday, Friday
fnr r.lfttjnlrTiiA tmiornTie' at Sauvies Island. St. Helens. Columbia
City, Kalama, Neer City, Rainier, Cedar Landing, Mt Cofiin,
Bradbury, Stella, Oak Point, and all intermediate points, re
turning Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
LTD" MB BR
ST. HELENS, OR.
Joseph Kellogg &
FOR COWLITZ RIVER. .
NORTHWEST leaves KELSO Monday; Wednesday,
and Friday at 5 am. Leaves PORTLAND Tuesday, Thurs
day, and Saturday at 6 a. m.
JOSEPH KELLOGG Leaves RAINIER at 6 a. m.
daily, Sunday excepted, arriving at Portland at 10:30 a. m.
Returning leaves Portland at
StOp For your Medicilies at the
Clatskanie Drug Store,
. Where you will find the largest stock of
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.,
In Columbia County
DR. J. . MAIX, Proprietor.
and Dealers in
: : Oregon.
WA. F ES
Co.'s River Steamers,
and . Northwest.
1 p. m., arriving at 6 p. m