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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
Issued Every Fhihay Morning By
KlMTUB AMIS I'mrUSTUK.
One copy one year, in advance tl.00
But uiuntlie 60
Representative Norma Merrill. Clalsksnle
J num..... Joseph rl. loan, Kamiet
Clor J. O. Watta, si. Helen
Bherifr K. 8. Kalian. St. Helen
Treasurer , K. rUwe, St Helm
Sum. ol School I. H. Opeland, Honltoa
Amnor .Martin While. St. Helens
Rurrevor B. Little, Iloulion
Ooroner Dr. H. R. Cliff. St. Helena
Commissioner j '
.P. A. Frakea, Scaopo.
MARCH 21, 1902.
THE COMING COSVESTIOM.
As every republican in this county is
aware, we are upon the threshold of a
county convention, when a list of men
will be chosen to represent the party
before the voters. Candidates are either
openly announced or arc trying their
chances, and plans are made lor the
campaign by both parties. Higher
matters than the selection of a county
ticket are engrossing tbe attention of
many of our political workers. These
matters should not be permitted to carry
antagonism into the selection of tbe
county ticket. Republicans of this coun
ty havealwayn fought harder for ouuide
parties thau they have for their neigh
bors and true friends, and this spirit
has arisen to such a degree that danger
threatens. Which ever way thia ten
dency leads, and may have power to
nominate every man on the county
ticket, it will be wisdom not to act the
part of tyrant. The minority must be
recognized. Compromises must be
effected. There should be no high hand
playing, but the best interests of the
party must be served. In the excite
went of a convention things are some
times done that would be considered
foolish in cooler moments, but which
might cost the loss of a man on the
ticket. But tickets are often practically
made before the convention is called to
order, and at such a time wisdom may
be nsed. We desire to support tbe
ticket, as we have always done, ardent
ly and earnestly, and there is a pleasure
in advocating the cause of strong, houest
men, who have been selected because of
their fitness to represent tbe party.
Competition is just and there should be
a keen rivalry among the delegates of
the numerous different precincts in
favor of men of t heir choice, and to se
cure a fair representation on tbe county
ticket, but not only the beat interests
of the party, but the best interests of
tbe county should be kept in the tore
ground. Let's lay aside thia strife over
outsiders and outside interests and guard
well and with strict fidelity the matters
which affect home interests first.
THREE NEW STATES.
There is a chance that three states
will be added to the roll of the forty-live
before tbe end of the present conjrresa.
The House committee on territories has,
by a unanimous vote, directed a favor
able report to be mat on tbe bills for
the admission of Oklahoma, New Mexico,
and Arizona to statehood. The Okla
homa bill baa already been reported and
others will be reported in a few days.
Tbe action of the committee shows that
the bills are likely to pass the House
without serious opposition.
A tight will probably take place
against some of there bills in tbe Senate,
but the chances are that all of them will
pass. The advocates of all three meas
ures have joined forces, so that they will
Have whatever strength can come from
onion. There is no valid reason for
opposing New Mexico's appeal for state
hood, and of course Oklahoma won tbe
right to admission several years ago,
although she is tbe youngest of the
three. New Mexico bad a population of
about 194,000 in 1901, which is about the
number required for a representative
in congress from the states. She has
been a territory for over half a century.
Oklahoma had 398,000 inhabitants in
1900, or enough to entitle her to two
votes in the House of Representatives,
though she has been a territory for only
a dozen years.
Arizona is the smallest of all tbe terri
tories, having only 122,000 population at
the time the census was taken two years
ago. As ber growth in the decade, how
ever, was 106 per cent, the chances are
that she has in the neighborhood of 130,
000 people now. The outlook for all
these territories is bright. This is par
ticnlarly true of Oklahoma. As tbe sil
ver issue has beeu shelved for good there
will be but little incentive for opposition
to the admission of these territories.
Partisan reasons may sway some votes,
and this may delay the admission of
some of tbe three. Oklahoma, even
rith tbe new accessions made to ber
W.....I.,;,... ;.. iuoi . k ,: ,'
by the republicans, though tbe demo- in b .P-P': T.he P"Pr ee ls for
cms have the better chance in both ne 11 legitimate and logical
Arizona and New Mexico. Counting purpose, and the reqnest to suppress a
lour electoral votes for Oklahoma ! waiter of public interest is as unreason
three each for the other two territories, I ' wold "S0?4 th' mer
Kn a....,. i.i .i I.. i chant suppress the sale of a staple article
n.i.i.nl ,k. ..i,nL. r ih. ih,..!of
president by the admission of the three
territories, yet this win naruiy De sui
ficient to give tbein the election. Leav
ing partisanship aside altogether, there
is no reason to oppose the admission of
any of these territories.
Tomorrow, convention day, promises
to be a lively day. There are many
candidates for each of the offices for
which nominations will be made, and
siime must be prepared to meet defeat.
It is impost-ible at this true to forecast
with any degree ot accuracy wno is in
the lead lor the places.
iue ineuoij ,
rivalry that exieta is indicative of a
unanimous support of the ticket, when
nominated. There are good men and
true aspiring, aud it will be almost im
possible for the convention to err in its
judgment in making selections.
Last year the United States produced !
185,000 tons of beet sugar, sn increase of ;
108.0UO tons over l'JOO. Forty-two '
factories were in operation last year, j
wiUi nine in coorae ot eonrtraction.
Factories have bn established in nine-
...i... Ti.ia ta . .11., ,,f tha must, io
prouiisii.tf young iudustiries in lue coun
try and one of the most important.
! A advance of a dollar or two per
'thousand in the price ol lumber will
.perhaps be utwstislactory to moat ol the
'. valuable commodity, but
, a a general advantage to Oreijon the
advance will be moat welcome, u win
add more tbau 1,IKW,000 to the value of
j Mie annual output ol the mills ol Ore
gon, and but a amall fraction of this
, sum will be exacted from lumber buyers
within the con tinea of tbe etate. Lum
ber is too cheap, and it will stand sev
eral advances of a dollar or two per
thousand, and Mill fall far short ol malt
intr rinant'ial atonement fur the reckless
saennce ol one 01 our greatest natural
! resources. In making- the Drice of tini-
! ber land $6 and $7 per acre, and the
trice ol lumber 7 to IS per thousand
eel, we are almost giving away a heri
tage which in a few years will double,
treble ami quadruple in vaine.
No man can please everybody, and it
is folly to attempt to do it. A little ex
perience soon teaches a wise man this
useful truth. Let a man be sufficiently
critical of his own conduct and then do
-.(,,, he thinka riht- He need not
... . Th- ,!;
WVlIf Will JIHUIIbVyilllVlll .IV f.WHV
is Quick to censure, quick to praise, but
quickest to forget. 1'olticans think that
by swaying with the breath of the
moment they can perpetuate themselves
in the affection of the multitude, but the
true leader is the man that does his own
thinkins and stands by his own con
victions. He may lose favor for awhile
but in the long run he wins and be keep
the respect ol all men.
Okkoox has a good example to follow
in the state ol New York, which tsap-
propriat ing a million dollars a year to
bulla good roads, uther states in tne
nnion are spending hundreds of thou
sands of dollars annually to better the
condition of their highways. It is as
serted that the Massachusetts highway
commission, which is empowered to
spend 50,000 yearly in building and im
proving roads in t hat state, has saved
the rural population of Massachusetts
from 33 per cent to 60 per cent in the
annual outlay for horses and vehicles;
and the increase there in the value of
real estate as a result of tbe couimia
siou'd efforts is said to be enormous.
Ths following editorial appeared in
last Saturday's Oregonian: "Columbia
county was one ol tbe counties of the
slate heavily stricken by "hard times,"
due largely to official mismanagement
and defalcation. It is gratifying to
learn that prosperity has returned to it
in full measure. This is fully demon
strated by tbe fact that the county is
square on the bonks of the state treas
urer, that all warrants have been called
in, and that by April 1 it will have a
caoh surplus ol flU.OUU in the treasury.
Compared with the financial manage
ment of some other counties (naming
no names), this is a fine showing of bus
iness and officialism working in tbe
Timbre land of the United States is go
ing at the rate ol 40 miles square an
nually. Tbe available supply will soon
be exhausted, and wide awake timber
men realize this, and are now turning
their attention to the Pacific uortbweal
The Easter lily comes from Bermuda,
which is also the favorate haunt of tlie
Admiral Schley's loops on the prairie
are far more skillful than those he ex
ecuted at sea.
It is fair to presume that Lord Paunce-
fote would rather be relieved from gout
than nis position as ambassador.
A basket picnic has just been an
nounced in Nebraska, the first of the
season. Score one for Col. Bryan.
The annual report of the Pennsylvania
railroad company is a valuable chapter
in Uncle barn's oook. ot prosperity.
Prince Henry's opinion ol American
cooking will have to be revised a good
many times, be has tried so many kinds
Many ol the old-time minstrels are
passing away, but their jokes will con
tinue to do business at the same old
When Gen. Fnnston gets before ths
Philippine committee in Washington he
will be likely to have a very lively tilt
with Mr. Patterson.
Prince Henry has greatly enjoyed his
volksfest on American soil, especially
the nnavoidabi and incidental touches
of American interpolation.
In bis latest romance Mr. Frank E.
Stockton succeeds in making one more
delightful combination of tbe lunatic,
tbe lover and tbe buccaneer.
Print tbe Jews.
Very frequently of late subscribers to
this paper nave made personal requests
that a certain item of news be suppress
ed, and tbe paper has in a few instances
complied with the requests and either
cut ont entirely or so mutilated state
ments of public interest as to strip them
of both literary and commercial valoe.
Occasionally a subscriber or advertiser
gets mad and quits because the paper
has ret used to comply wttn a seinsbly
unreasonable request. The news is tbe
paper's capital, its stock in trade. Upon
its ability to faithfully report the news
hinges its success or failure, the peo
ple buy the paper for the news it con
tains and the advertiser buys tbe space
solely for tbe purpose of conveying bis
statements to the subscribers. It some
times happens that tbe very man who,
for personal reasons, bss requested the
suppression of a news item, will prove
the loudest bowler when some private
matter of bis neighbor's is not mention-
couimerre. Tbe paper should be
reasonable in all things, but it must
print the news. If the public and pri
vate life of a man is clean, no truthful
publication concerning him need be
suppressed, n, on me contrary, mere is
anything about bin) that will not bear
the light of public inspection, the people
ought to know it. Hilton bagie.
When you wake up with a bad taste
in your mouth you may know that yon
need a dose of Chamberlain's 6tomach
and Liver Tablets. They will cleanse
vmir atiimaf-h. imnmm Tour annetinn
and make yon feel like a new man
They are easy to take, being sugar coated,
and pleasant in effect.
For sale at tbe
St. Helens pharmacy.
It is not often in this day that anv-
J body says advertising doesn't pay- Some
forms of publicity are too expensive for
the reult they bring; but without some
publicity nobody but the burglar can
succeed. The fact that a man has a
sign over his door is proof that be thinks
anvertiaina : pays, ins newspaper ,s a;
mediant which a man can nse according ,
ins means or nis aesire. ana 11 me:
u . .!. K .l.l '
it will pay according to the space nsed. j
liA HO K TAX rAVKIlS.
LI at or Persona raying $tOO and
Over In This Comity.
From the current tax list we have
taken the names of persons and corpor
ations who this year will pay taxes in
this county to the amount of 1100 or
more. There are sixty-four in all :
Northern Pacific Railroad Co. .f6.283 20
A. A C. Railroad Co 3,11 63
O. A C. Railroad Co 1,148 09
Muckle Bros 757 11
Kdmundllall 619 t
K. It. loss 636 18
Frank M. VVarren 617 S
Dean Blanchard 449 53
8. Benson 4fi8 63
Thos. and W. I). Connell 401 SO
Star Logging Co. . . . 422 18
J. S. Oiltner 425 81
W. C. Noon 381 48
R. L. Barnes 298 66
Barrah, Clark, Corbctt 247 63
O. N. A P. Railroad Co.t 290 29
Chas. Hegele aJ 80
Amv M. Homans 2tt i'S
A. King 224 84
S. A. Miles 294 68
Pac. Tel. Cable Co 203 09
G. W. Smith 210 00
S. Sibson 24188
Balfour, Guthrie Co 208 18
Mrs. E. M. Watts 206 48
Western Union Tel. Co 249 81
A. L. Maxwell 226 23
G. W. Mc Bride 210 90
A brain A Knox 156 42
Chas. Anderson 187 94
Ball A Hodgkiua 122 17
A. Barber 132 36
K. O Bryant estate 156 71
J. W. Blodget 157 20
M. J.Corey 109 12
James Dart 16166
John Dibbles 129 24
W. H. Dolman 165 94
Dolph, Prescot A Okes 115 27
Mrs. B. M. Freeman 136 00
B. i. Giltner 101 68
Hewett Investment Co 106 21
Wm. Honevman estate 161 07
F. IX Honevman 106 96
Christina Johnson 135 47
Sarah E. Lamont 115 20
N. Merrill 129 98
Frank Merrill 116 72
Oregon Wood Co 135 18
James Quinn 104 60
Reeder A Aikens 186 62
C. E. Rnnyon 103 25
U. F. Moeck 170 85
TheMaygerCo 148 50
Investors Mort. Seo. Co. 146 62
King Real Estate Assn 127 68
Hannah Tyszkiewics 134 33
G. R. Voaburg 150 27
F. M. Warren....
1. L. White
I. G. Wikstroro..
A. W.Wright... .
W. D. Plue, of the Rainier sash and
door factory, purchased the cargo of
400,000 feet of redwood from the wrecked
r rencn bark, Henrietta.
L. 3. Meserve bas been appointed re
ceiver lor tbe uongar Lumber uompany.
of Frances, Wash. The affairs will
probably be straightened out amicably
in a suori time,
Fluhrer Bros., ol Mayger, the shingle
manufacturers, have installed a Lane
machine, and report business as excel
lent, with good prospects. This nrm
won the first prize in Chicago and
Umaba expositions on the superior qual
ity ol their shingle.
Can't Keep It Secret.
Tbe splendid work ol Dr. King's Ne
Life Pills is daily coming to light. No
such grand remedy for liver and bowel
troubles was ever known before. Thou
sands bless them for curing constipation
sick headache, biliousness, jaundice and
indigestion. Try them. Zoc at the ot.
Bsantas Th VM foi Haw timm BagM
Tbe Vice of Nagging.
Clouds the happiness ol tbe borne,
bnt a nagging woman often needs beip.
She may be so nervous and run-down in
health that trifles annoy her. If she is
melancholy, excitable, troubled with
loss of appetite, headache, sleeplessness,
constipation or fainting and dizzy spells,
she needs Electric Bitters, the most
wonderful remedy for ailing women
Thousands of sufferers from female
troubles, nervous troubles, backacke
and weak kidneys have used it, and be
come healthy and happy. Try it. Only
doc. t ne St. Helens pharmacy gaaran
One test of a good farmer is that hit
soil is as productive as it was ore or ten
years ago. A better test is when it is
more productive. A supreme test is a
case wherein the farmer takes charge ol
a worn-out farm and in five years time
makes it more productive than it ever
was. ne nave personally Known lar
mers who could successfully stand all
these tests and msny others.
We are still furnishing the Weekly
Oregonian and Mist together for a year
lor only fz.uu. bubsenbe now.
You will never wish to take another
dose of pills if yon once try Chamber
lain's Stomach and Lier Tablets. They
are easier to take and more pleasant in
effect. They cleanse the stomach and
regulate the liver and bowels. For sale
at the St. Helens pharmacy.
Bwitos A im M ' "wm game
Would Smaab the Clwb.
If members ol tbe "Hay Fever Asso
ciation" would ne Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, tbe club would
soon go to pieces, for it always enres
this malady, and asthma, tbe kind that
baffles the doctors, it wholly drives from
the system. Thousands of once-hope-
less ennerera trom consumption, pneu
monia, bronchitis, owe their lives and
health to it. It conquers grip, saves the
little ones from croup and whooping
congh, and is positively guaranteed for
all throat and lung troubles. 60c. 1.00.
Trial bottles free at the St. Helens phar
macy. This will save your Life.
By inducing you to cse
Dr. King's New Discovery,
Consumption. Coughs and Colds. !
The only Guaranteed Cure.'
KO Cure. NO Pav. Your Drao-. :
gist will warrant it
Grip, Influenza, Asthma, Bronchitis,
hooping Congh, Pneumonia, ran
jM&tioa of toe Th matan dT Jmn
IHIAL HOTTLES FREE. 1
Regular 6ia 50 eeata and L0Q
Good for Astorftf.
The outlook for the working men in
Astoria aud especially tlye skilled work
men, was never brighter than at pres
e nt aud the indications are that there
will be an immense amount of labor to
be performed during tlie coming su in
ner. In fact the winter moniha have
been exceptional in that particular. All
the manufacturing plants have been
working full lime, while carpenters and
others m the building trades have beeu
steadily employed. Now houses are
being erected both on and over the bill,
and many old oies in various parts of
ths city are being repaired. The exten
sion of tlie street car line both east and
west, with the manufacturing enter
prises thst are to be established at
Smith's point, will cause many new res
idences to be built between now and
next fall, providing employment for
hundreds of workmen. Astoria Budget.
HOl'LTON CAMP NO. SM, V.OODMKN OF
the Worm, meats sverjf aalimtny ulaht In
Perrv'i hall, Houliuu. O. Auiokun. C. c.
Fasn Kkt, Clerk.
SHINGLES FOB SALE.
. ni'PONT HONS, 8HIXGI.lt MANUFAC
(urr. ol Vallev. Or., ara prepared to up-
ulT the toral demand with as iroad quality of
snlualMas ara manufaptured, and at (iricvsas
low a oiher dealers, delivered at Uuulton, r
ren. Columbia City or KU Helens. Addmwa or
ders lo J. Dunont A Sons, Valley, Or.
COUNTY TREASURER'S NOTICE
County Tacaa's Orrira,
Sr. Hblsks, Oa., March It, WW.
XTOTICB 18 HKKKBY CilVKN Til AT Al.l.
! uupald County Wsrranu ol Columbia
County, Ore pun. which have been presented
and endorse.!- "Not Paid lor Wsut ol Funds."
will be paid upon presentation at this ortlce.
Interest will not ba allowed slier Uit data.
f7ioT Treasurer ol Columbia County, Or.
Id ths Justice's Court (or Union precinct, In
tolumbta emintv. Oregon.
Gerhardt MorUach, plsiuuff,
Andrew Kenmkl. dcfendsnL
To Andrew Kenoakl.'the above-nameS defend-
INTHB NAMF. OF THE STATE OF ORKUON:
you ara hereby commanded aad required to
appear and answer the complaiut (lied herein
sxalust voa. or or belore lath day ol April, 1WU,
and II tou (sil to so appear and answer, the
plaintiff will take judgment tint you (or the
sura ol tUCkii. uxrether with the costs and div
bureemenia herein, and will apply to the Court
(or an order that all the personal property at
tached herein be sold lo ssti.ty plaiinilTe de
mand. This summons Is puulinned by order
msde and Hied by me, dated February Will, 1WU.
The data of the flrM publication berwol Is the
7lh day of March. l'-M. tha same to continue
ones a week lor six (6) consecutive weeks.
Justice of the rear.
Schnabel A Sen n she), attorneys (or plaintiff.
niminn n nnirtn f
t WAITS fi rmh
! Hard Wheat Flour,
Shorts and Bran.
We can save
a ocappoose, - urrgoii. a
Ecosxs BuinUT, Paor.
TABLE BOARD AND ROOMS
At Reasonable Fioi'ax.
Visitors met at steamer landlnf and gnesu' baf-
gajre looaeo alter.
COMMERCIAL MENS' HOME.
ST. HELENS, : r OREGON.
JOHN A. BECK
Watches, Diamonds, Silverware,
Repairing a Specialty.
30t alurrisoo at. Bet. Front A First, PORTLAND.
Stanwood & Sherman Bros.
Bridge Timbers and
Ties a Specialty.
Wc manafactare flrvt la rough .timber
for H purpotsM for the irale, which we
tell at a uiott rvaaoaabie figure.
Price at the Mill, $6 Per M.
AT. I. MOYER.
T. S. WALLACE.
St. Helens Hotel
Wall acc 4 More, Paori.,
Is Again Open to the Public.
Meals Served on Rhort Notice.
Beds 2d Cents, Meals 25 Cents.
FEED BARN IK CONNECTION. BOSSES
TO BA T 10 CENTS.
St. Hilenb, : Oheooh.
DOWN-COUNTY PEOPLE SHOULD
OO TO THE
Toilet Articles and Perfumery
Dr. J. E. HALL. Fropmtor
CLATSKixit : : Obkoon.
HavHiK Kan on Chamberlain's
lMwoeu the hours ol eltvii oVIock
a. in. and closing H' "'f'1' on J''""
naryanh, l'.Wl, A. F. Olttrk, tlritiwist,
mail 8rfnp, V., sold twelve iMt
ol Chuuilwrlain's CoiibIi Krinwiy. He
save, "1 never handled a medicine that
old belter or gave Ix'ttor iatisltwalon to
my customers." Thia Keiuody has lawn
In general uw ,n Virginia lor many
years, and the people there are we I ac
quainted with its excellent qualities.
Many ol them have teatitled to the re
markable cures which It has effected.
When you need a good, reliable medi
cine lor s cough or cold, or attack ol the
grin, nae Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
and vou are certain to be mors than
pleased with the quick mire which It af
ford, lor tale at ths 8t. Hvluu phar
macy. We have on hand now stock 0(
blank receiot books of our own manu
facture. These receipts are roomy and
each book contains one hundred blanks.
ill Kind Yot Ha Wwjti
A Printer Greatly Hurprlsml.
"I never was so much surprised In mv
life as I was with the result" of using
Chamberlain's I'ain Halm," says Henry
T. Crook, pressman of ths Aahevilte
(N. C.) Uaiette. "I contracted a severe
case of rheumatism early laat winter by
getting my feet wet. I tried several
thing for It without benefit. One day
while looking over ths tiaxette, I notioed
that I'ain Balm was positively guaran
teed to curs rhentnatlxm, so bought a
bottle of it and before uaing two-thirds
of it my rheumatism had taken its flight
and I have not had rheumatic pain
since." Hold at the St. Helena phar
macy. We furnish Tub Mist and Weekly
Oregonian for $J.0O a year.
Lockjaw From Cotwebs.
Cobwebs put oo a cut lately gave a
woman lockjaw. Millions know that
the best thing to put on a cat is Ruck
len's Arnica Halve, tbe infallible healer
of wouuda, ulcers, sores, skin eruptions,
burns, scalds and piles. It cures or no
pay. Only 26c at tlie St. Helens phar
macy. CASTOR I A
For Infant! and Children.
Tbi Kind Yon Hate Aiwajs Bacght
All kind of commercial job printing
executed at this office.
NOTICE Or riLINO FINAL ACCOUNT.
NOTICr 18 HEREBY OIVEM THAT ON THE
7iO day ivt March. A. I) , IWU. I dulv Alrd
Intheoouuty court ul Columbia county, In the
stata of Oregon, my tlual account of all re
celptaand disbursements as Uis administrator
of tba saute of Klley Attains, deceased, auJ
that the eoiinlr conn of aall county has set
Tuesday, the 14h day April, A. U IftK. at ths
hourui 2 o'clock In the afternoon ol that day
at the conntv court-hou In the city of Kt.
Heteus. In said county, as ths time and plara
lor nearlny objections to such final account and
the settlement thereof. This notice Is published
la Ths Osaeox Mist by direction ol tne un.ler
sined as administrator and of the said county
court. K. B.oUH IC.
As administrator of ths ratal ol Klley adsms,
deceased HI. lieleoa. Orefoo, this Marrh Uih.
A. D . 1WM. 8. H. Oruber, Esq., attorney fur
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
NOTlrH IS IIKRKRV GIVES THAT I HAVE
been, by the Honorable Couuty court ol
Columbia county, 'li-exon, appointed auanllan
of the eittate of alahala fowler, an Insane per.
aon, and that all persons having, claims ee!itst
aaid estate are required to present the ssme.
properly rerirled, lo me, at tbe office of E. K.
Quick, in at. Helens, ores ou, wlintb sii mouths
from the date of this notice.
C. r. roWLKR,
Guardian n( til estate ol Slahaia fowler, an
Dated February 21 , 1901 ttlm'Jt
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
NOTICE 18 HEKKBY OIVES THAT TlfE
Snal account of my administration ol tlie
state of Henry V. Glaus;, deceased, with wvll
anneied. has been rendered lo tbe County
Court for Columbia county. Oregon, for settle
ment, snd that Monday, the 7th day of April.
1902, at 1 o'clock p. m.. at ibe eourt-room ol said
Court. In at. Helena. Omron. have been dnlv
fixed by said Court as the time aud plar. for the
settlement of said final account; at which time
and place any pcrsvn Interested in said esiats
may spoearana me nis .injections tu sat a ac
count, aud contest the ssme.
Administrator, with the will annexed, of the
estate oi iienry c iiracR. aeceaaeu.
fated rcbruary 21, 1ju3. !Im21
ADMINISTATOR S SALE
VTOTfCK IfT HEREBY CIV ITS' THAT THR
is uaderalgned administratrix of the estate
of Anson j. (irate, deceased, under and by vlr
tueof an order of sale made and dated Januarr
7th, lw by the County Court of Columbia
County, Htate of Oreaon. will, at tha frontdoor
of ths court-house. In HI. Uelene. Oreaon, stthe
hour of eleven o'clock, in the forenoon on Hat
urday, tha ZM day of March, Ixuj, proceed to
offer fir sale, and will sell at public auction, lo
ine nixneai oio'ier. mr caan, toe inuowinawle-
erribed premises, to-wlt: The uorthwest quar
ter oi section jo. towoinip six uorta Ol rsnge
ttre west of the Willamette meridian, ooutain
log lUl acres of land, more or less.
Administratrix of the estate of Anaoa 1.
baled tiili 21ai day of February, 1902. Oraham
A Cleeton, Attorneys fur Administratrix, til mil
In the Circuit Court of the stats of Oregon, for
M. 1. Kinney, plaintiff,
1.0. Wlckntron. Alice D. Wick Strom, bis wife,
and Charles Andrews, defendants
To I. O. VMckstrom, Alice l Wlckatrora, his
wife, and Charles Andrews, tha above-named
IS THE NAME OP THE BTATE OF OREGON :
Yoa and each of yon are hereby re-iulred lo
appearand answer the complaint Died against
you In the aboie-enlltled suit within the time
hereinafter staled for yoa to do en, or the above
named pi si nl iff will apply to the court for the
relief demanded In said complaint, which Is in
substance that a certain tax deed, executed by
the sheriff of Colombia county ttsaid defend
ant, I. U. Wlckatroni. dated Nay 22nd, Int. and
recoraeq on stay zstn. law, at paxes w aim of
Vol. "W" of the records of shertlTa deeda of
and for Columbia County, Oregon, and for tha
west half of section nineteen and the sonth
half of section thirty, in township five north of
range on west of the Willamette meridian, and
In Columbia County. Oregon, and also a certain
quitclaim deed execute! by defendants, 1. (i.
Wickstroro and Alice I). Wlrkstrom, his wile, to
delendant, Charles Andrews, dated Novemiier
5ih, ileal, and recorded Iecemter. llth, Iwl,
at page XU of volume "Y" of the records of
deeds of and for Columbia County, Oregon,
and for said south half of said section tnlr y
be canceled and neld to be null and void
bv a decree of the alMive-enlitled court, and
that said plaintiff have a decree of said court
luieinig nis tine to an ot saia real estate here
nbefore mentioned, and requiring all said de
fendants to convey their intercuts In said real
esiale to plaintiff, and also that plaintiff be de
creed to be tbe owoer of all said real estate In
lee simple, and that defendants be decreed to i
have tut right, title or lutere.4 in or to the same j
or any portion thereof, and also thatn a nt iri
nave aim recover oi ana irom aeiennaiila in
costs and disbursement of this suit, and have
such other rcllel as In eonltv mav anoear itut.
This summons Is published In Th a Okrook
Mist once a week fr six weeks, pursuant to an
order for such publication of the same, made by
Hon. J. B. boau, the County Judge of I'olainMa
Couuty, Oregon, dated Kebruary 7ih, 1VU2, and
directing the publication of the same in said
newspaper for said time, and th dale of the
flrt publication of this snn.moni Is Kebruary
Isih. IVXi: and you and each of yon are required
to appear and answer said eomtilaint on nr km-
Inn the last day of said period of six weeks I
from said dal of the first publication ol this j
summons, namelv. on or before March 2iM.li, 1902, '
or lb plaintiff will spply lo the ab ,ve entitled
- ....im, viiv.m, buui, mi ,na reiiei iiere-
JOHN H. asd A. M. SMITH.
Altaraaya for Plaintiff'.
AVcgelaUe Pwparalionror As
ium.Morplune nor ruiittai.
Aperfccl Remedy forCoillp
Hon, Sour StoniiKh.Diarriwai
Worms .Convulsions .Kcwrish
racSimiW Signatur of
DUCT copy or wAPtet
S. H. GRUBER,
ATT0RXE Y-AT- Li IP.
Offlc with K. I. Quirk,
CT. flEt.LNB, : I ORKOOH.
Will give best parsons! stlcnllon to all legal
matters entrusted to u. Will pracllc In all
th Stat and United Stain Lourta.
W. H. POWELL,
ATTORXE Y-A T-Li IF.
niTY unrraicT ArromtsY.
ST. HELEN, ! ! ORHdOX.
R. P. UBAUAM. T. J. Cl.tKTOI,
Sot Marquam BuiUIIng, Portland Oregon.
Columbia Coanty baslness will reoelvt prompt
J. W. DAT
r. B. DILLAKO
DILLARD & DAY,
ATTORXE Y8-AT-L1 U
Office nest door to Courthousa,
General practice In courts of Oregon or Wash
ington. Abstract mad directly from county
Dr. PMwin Jloss,
Physician and Surgeon,
ST. 1IKLKN3, OREGON.
Dr. II. K. OifT,
Physician and Surgeon.
8T. HELENS, OREGON.
Dr. J. E. Hall,
Physician and Surgeon.
Dr. C. L. Hatfield,
Physician and Surgeon.
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