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THE OUEGOX MIST.
,JILK0 KVkltY fHIIJA HOHMKU BY
Enirw and I'moi-riktur.
OF LOCAL ISTtlUNT.
Hurl wheat flour at Collin & Gray',
Jeans Hendrlcki, tr., ofCarlco, wt
vti tq)n Monday.
Mr. and Mri. W. H. Pol man were
Portland vlaltor laat Friday.
Mr. L. W. VenDyke U nt recover
ing Ihjiii a very sever alck spell.
People who buy PtwrlrM Pure Food
,ot Collin & Uray enjoy good health.
K. fl. Payne, ol Qitlmty, wai shaking
,hand with frleml In thU otyy Wednea
lay. Superintendent Conelantl waa looking
, alter buslnttii mutters In Portland last
Deputy County Clerk llarria wai at
(tending to buaiuosa matter In Portland
MIni Titlltt Muckla, ol Portland, la
minding a few daya with relative in
Janie Adam, of Vernonia, super
visor of road dintrlot No. U, wa in town
Erwtn Soffart, of J)eer Inland, wa
looking after business matter io town
John Scott, .of Kalama, wa in St.
Helen Wednesday looking after busi
' Do not fail to attend the lecture at the
courkhonie till (Friday) -evening by
Rev. Mr. Philbrook wilt preach at
Yank ten and Houlton next Sunday at
the uvaal hour.
In ttie probate court Tneeday the Anal
ettleiuentoflhe Riley Adauia, deceaaed,
state wa had.
Mia Mande Decker eame up from
Rainier laHt Sunday and spent the day
with retativua here.
forge tnck oMatcst noveli direct from
the publishers; 25-cnnt novoi at 10
centi, at the drug (tore.
Miss Meta Flnley, of Oregon City,
aprnit last Hundur In till city with Mr.
.and Mr. J. 11. Collin..
F.d Gore, of Scappoose, wa In town
Monday, on hi way .to the iron pro
ijwcts, near Hunker hill.
Collin A Uray'a 1 headquarter for
all kind of good; call ana sec tbein
when you want anything.
Mr. M. E. Ruhert returned laat Sat
urday from California and Arlaona,
where ahe apeni the winter.
Rev, Lew Davie will preach at Co
lumbia City at 3 p. in. next 8uuday
.and in thii city in the evening.
Mr. N. F. Raker, of Warren, ha taken
a contract to build a lariH $1',0UU M. E.
church near Vancouver, Wash.
Rev. Mr. R reck will conduct aervlce
at the Episcopal church in thi city
next Hunday evening at It o'clock.
We knowingly misrepresent nothing.
'Try Schilling Best baking powder, it I
Al. Collin & Uray, St. Helens, Or.
Mr. J. K. Dow, of Vernonia, wa in
town the latter part of laat week, having
brought over a load of dairy product.
A large force of railroad men 1 em
ployed at Warren, removing the bridge
there. A large fill will be put in to lake
John Mortrus. of South Rend, Wssh,
formerly of Rainier, and Mr. Gertrude
Raker were married at Astoria .last
Contractor F. A. Raker, of Portland,
ds here to begin work on the new school
houae. The building i to be completed
by August 20th.
The new city -council met with the
old board Monday evening and pro
ceeded to organise. The new officer
transacted no buaine,
D. H. Po. of Rachelor Flat, expect
ito leave in a day or two for Bkye. Wash.,
near Waahougal, where Jie will be em
ployed during Uie luminer,
Mr. E. E. Quick thi week received
cocoanul, in ita natural condition, by
mail, from Florida, ant by Mr. Liver
more, a former resident of thi place.
John Rroo and family, who have re
aided for a couple of year near Houl
ton, expect to leave Ssturdry for Gray'
Harbor, Waah., where they will reside.
Local teoni player are preparing for
the season's purt. An etTort will be
made to have better ground than here
tofore and consequently better game.
John and Albert Parker, of Pittsburg,
were in town Wednesday evening, on
their way home from Portland, where
they had been 'looking after buaine
Assessor White arrived la town Tues
day afternoon from the lower portion of
the county. He ha taken valuation in
Oak Point, Clatakanie and Marshland
The many friend in tlila county of
Mr. I. rltunwood will be pleaeed to learn
'that the condition of hi health i rap
idly improving. He haa been at a sani
tarium in Portland for several week
being treated for rheumatism.
The M. E. parsonage at Warren u
completed and the pastor it occupying
it. It is a two-story building, the upper
room being 24x21, and will be used for
entertainment and socials. The build
ing doe credit to the builder, Mr. N. F.
August Schleve waa brought -down
from Portland laat Saturday to plead to
rthe charge of murdetiing Joseph Bchul
kowaki. The prisoner pleaded "not
?;ullty," and Judge McBride act hi cnae
or hearing Thursday, May 16th. Cir
cuit court will convene here on the 13th.
Those Interested in the welfare of the
8unday ichool, aa well a all who desire
to learn something of the conditions,
life and habit of the people of South
America, cannot afford to remain away
from the lecture by Judge Caple at the
court-house this (Friday) evening.
A. 0. Garrison aupreme doppty of the
Order of Washington, 1 at Yankton
looking after the interest of .the order.
Mr. Garrison i well known in thi
i lust about right. All members of the
oruer snouia oe at me acnooi-nouee
urday evening to eat cake and hear what
Mr. Unrriaou and other have to say to
Mr. F. A. Buchor, clerk of school dis
trict No. 87. waa in Ht. Helena Inst Sat
urday, looking after preliminaries for
the recti(in of a school-house in hi
district. In this issue will be found a
notice to building contractors, asking for
' bids on the contemplated structure.
That district levied a 86 mill tax this
year te 'raise funds to build, a newhouae,
' -and about $600 i on hand. '
0, IT. Bryant spent ffuonday at St.
Mrs. J. E. Hall I spending , the week
The new shingle mill at Htunyon haa
been. In active operation tut week,
0. U. Wheeler and wife, of Falrhaven,
Wash,, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. 0. W.
Jones, parent ol the iatiy.
The little (teamer "Brick'' wa In last
week with quite a large scow on which
aeveral hundred cedar fence post were
loatiuu ana taken out.
An additional thousand feet or two of
two-inuli water pipe is being laid on
Main street extension to accommodate
the patrons in the Tichenor addition
At a council meetlnit held laat week
the resignation of Ueorge Sutherland as
city .marshal waa received and accepted.
A. B. Haines resigned (. a member of
we council ana wa appointed niamiai
to mi tne vacancy,
Our people generally are pleaaed to
learn that there la a pros poet of accept
ance ol lite court' decree wltn regard
to division of the Bryant estate. It
may b well, however, to await develop
ment, mere is lime yet lor an appeal.
Our city election last week resulted In
the election ol S. C. Tichenor, president,
ami J. E. Hall, P. J. Pophaiu, O. C.
Tichenor and W, E. Con vers as mem
ber of the council; C. L. Conyera, re
corder; m. rage, treasurer; a. d.
Another meeting of shippers and cltl
sans was called for laat Saturday to talk
over the railroad situation. Additional
pledge were made to secure the pur
being brought to town, and the meeting
adjourned until Wednesday, to give the
committee a little more time to solicit
funds. A detailed offer will be arranged
and presented to the management of the
railroad company to induce a promise of
speedy-construction of the track.
Vernonia Tick Up.
Lloyd L. Detrlck, of Pittsburg, made
a flying business trip out to the metro p
olt laat week.
Mr. Situ, of Upper Rock creek, vis
ited friends and relative in and near
town ttio first of the week.
E. E. Nickerson. who has been out at
Portland at work for the past month or
two, came in thi week to put in crop.
R. Sesaeman I arranging hi affairs
so as to travel as a propagandist in the
socialistic cause. He thinks of doing
Columbia county first.
' Mr. Bonnick, whom we reported sick
in our last, has been fluite seriously ill
during the week, but at this writing is
slightly improved, and we trust out of
George Parker and family, who have
boenitiving near Houlton for nearly a
vear, are now domiciled on their ranch,
just eaat of town. George says he likes
the Nehalein pretty well, after all.
Miss Merle Shanuahan returned home
Thursday of last week from a two weeks'
visit with her sister. Mrs. T. J. Cleeton,
of Portland. Miss Merle will begin the
Kist school the first Monday in May.
Quite a number of our gardener have
supplied themselves this spring with
Planet Jr. seeders and cultivators. Tbry
are the thing to have if one wauts to do
good work and lot of it without a back
ache. D. W. Keasey is the agent here.
J. E. Dow made his bi-monthly trip
out to Houlton laat week with dairy
.product. His butter brought him 00
cent a roll, uooa lor ue penaiemi
More of our farmers ouirbt to be doing
in like manner to Mr. iow, and they
will In time.
The rood weather thi week ha set
all our farmers at work with team and
dIow. The season is a little late, but if
old Sol continues to show a smiling face
for two or three weeks the grain will go
into the ground in good shape ana we
shall have due harvests.
Rev. T. I- Harder, who has been sup
plying the church here for the past eight
weeks, left Tuesday for a short visit
with the home folks in Portland and
then to his Aeld at Tigardvilte. One of
the other ministers, Weinert or Jones,
will be here and preach next Sunday
morning and evening.
Gilbert Biierry, an electrician of St.
Louis, who had been visiting with Car
roll Keasev, of Pittsburg, for a couple of
weeks, left for the Eaat the first of last
week. He had been on a tour of the
Pacific Coast, visiting part of Califor
nia, Oregon and Washington. He liked
the Nehalem, except our muddy roads.
Miss Liszie Early haa been employed
to teach the Valley school, and will be
rin Mondav next. We understand that
a, lady from Minneapolis haa been em-
loyeu to teacn the a.easey scnooi. jine
vilbfnanii Mhool ia still without an in-
true tor. Heverai of the districts around
-here have had hard work to find teach
ers. They are scarce icia spring. too
many teachers nave taxen a sutuui oi una.
C. A. Malmeten and Mias Alice Soule,
two of our popular young people, were
married in Portland on the 10th Inst..
gov. L. F. Clark, officiating. They, with
the groom' brother, F. . Malmeten,
took a trip to Seaside laat weex, return
ing to Portland Saturday. The young
married couple v. ill begin .housekeeping
oon on a ranch four miles .cast of town.
May their measure of happiness ever be
Tha flalilna apHMm nnened Tuesday
forenoon, but the same happy smile
that has adorned the lisheruien on other
occasions was very conspicuous by its
absence. There were only three tons of
fish received by the local .agent nere
T......lair mnrnlnir aa Bffaiiiat ton to fif
teen tons on the opening day of the
season other vears. Fishermen declare
there "are no fish," and their spirits
..w..(llni,lv ml a vrv InW fthb. Wftlt
and hope for bettor conditions is all that
is in tore.
Wields a Sharp Ax.
Million marvel at the multitude of
maladies cut off by Dr. King's New Life
Pills the most distressing too, stomach,
liver and tiowcl troubles, dyspepsia, loss
of appetite, Jaundice, biliousnes, fever,
malaria all fall before theae wonder
worker. 2So at tha St. Helen pbar-
Bsuitfca 1M MM m HBW simaw UBIIgW
The Great Dismal Swamp
Of Virginia 1 a breeding ground of
malaria germs. So i low, wet or
marshy ground everywhere. These
germ cause weakness, chills and lever
acliea in the bones and muscles, and
may Induce dangerous maladies. But
Electrio Bitters never fail to destroy
them and cure malarial troubles. They
will surely prevent typhoid. "We tried
manv remedies for malaria, and atomach
and liver troublea," write John Charles
ton, of Byeaville. O., "but never found
'""Vul..'.. I .'. VlaMrln Hitters."
Try them. Onltr Oo. The 8t. Helen
pharmacy guarantee aatisiactoen.
Kite Musical Event of tbe Season.
TIms -concert which will 'be given by
the Rainier Choral Society at the opera
hous in Rainier on Tnesday evenisig,
April 20th, will be .under the direction
of Prof. J. W. Belcher, who i the lead
ing tenor linger of Portland, being tenor
soloist at the Jewish synagogue and at
the Catholic cathedral. Mr. Belcher
will be assisted by Miss Leonora Fisher,
also of Portland, who Is one of the lead
ing pipe organists of that city, being
organist at the Calvary Presbyterian
church and at the synagogue. The
above accomplished musicians will ren
der vocal and instrumental selections,
which will be a rare treat to lover of
good music. The best local talent of
Raininr and of Ht. Helens will also take
part in solos, duet, quartets, choruses
and instrumental numbers, and taken
altogether, the programme, which will
appear ia full In these columns in the
next Issue, will far surpass anything
ever attempted in that community. The
reputation of those instrumental in giv
ing this concert is ample assurance that
all who avail themselves of the oppor
tunity of hearing it will be well repaid,
and we predict for the entertainer a
This Year' Registrations.
The total number of oter registered
to dute is 1142, over 400 short of the reg
istration two year ago. There 1 less
than four weeks time in which to attend
to this matter. There are fifty or sixty
voters in this (Union) precinct who have
not registered, and in nearly every pre
cinct there are many who have not yet
complied with the law if they desire to
vote, iselow li the entire number ol
registration in each precinct :
Auburn 150 96
Apiary 23 10
Beaver Fall 100 60
Deer Islandl 60 86
(loble 106 93
Marshland.... ..63 30
Nehalem 98 88
Oak Point 128 120
Rainier 105 126
Scop poos 115 62
Union 269 195
Warren. 83 74
. The Yankton Yanks.
II. O. Howard spent Sanday in Yank
ton. Ouy L. Tarbell went to Rainier Sat
urday, returning Sunday.
Two minister of the "Saint" are
holding meeting here thi week.
There were about thirty young people
gathered at Harry Oliver's at a party i ri
Ever thing is booming. Improvement
are going on rapidly. Creamery and
mm and logging camp are doing a rush
ing business and farmer are especially
Yankton Orange No. 901 held an In
terinir meeting Saturday evenlog. Tbe
subject discussed wa the "initiative and
referendum," and at a vote taken the
vote waa unanimously In favor of thi
amendment to tbe constitution.
Beaben Sew Notes.
Barney Wiggins was in town Saturday
Frank Bishop made a shipment of
shingles to Portland Monday.
Clark Bros, made their first shipment
of shingle to Portland Friday.
The Brown school received a lot of
new school seats from Portland Tuesday.
Mr. F. A. Baker finished tbe carpen
ter work on our school-house Saturday.
It is now in the hands of the painter.
E. V. Batta and family moved down
to Astoria Monday. Mr. Butts has ac
cepted a position with the Trescott Pack-
The O. N. & P. R. R. Co. started a
surveying party out last Friday under
the supervision of Cant. F. Oilmau, a
civil engineer, and H. M. Corlach, gen
eral superintendent. Tbe starting point
wa on me main line, aoout one-nan
mile eaat of J. M. Archibald's. From
that point they ran through Mooreeville,
thence north and west toward Beaver
Deer Island Notes.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Oragg spent Sun
day with their mother, Mrs. Susie Oragg.
James and Claries Muckle, of St. Hel
ens, were Deer Island visitor last Sat
School becran here last Monday week,
with Mia Rosa, of West Portland, as
Clarenee. Frank and Ida Gore, of Ca
naan, attended the party last Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Merrill, of
Clatakanie, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. 1. 8. Uragg.
James Galtten Is able to be out again
after being confined to hi room for aev
eral daya with la grippe.
J. M. Pavne haa bought an 18000 farm
at Waahougal, Wash., and expects to
move there soon, we an wish them
The dance riven at Qaittens' hall Sat
urday evening went off pleasantly.
There were about fifty people present,
who danced until li o'clock.
What makes so many smiling, good-
natured people? Because they buy
Wehfoot flour, Peerless Pare Foods and
Schilling's Best baking powder of Col
lins Gray, St. Helens, Or.
'A neishbor ran in with a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy when my son was suf
fering with severe cramps and wa
given up as beyond hope by my regular
physician, who stands high in his pro
fession. After administering three
doses of it, my son regained conscious
ness and recovered entirely within
twenty-four hours," say Mrs. Mary
Holler, of Mt. Crawford, Va. This Rem
edy ia for sale at the St. Helen phar
CASTOR I A
lor Infants and Children.
tl3 Kind Yoa Hava Always Bought
A Doctor' Bad Plight.
"Two years ago, a a result of a severe
cold, I lost my volt, writes Dr. M. L.
Scarbrough, of Hebron, Ohio, then
besan an obstinate cough. Every rem
edy known to me as a practicing physi
cian for thirty-five years, failed, and I
daily grew worse. Being urged to try
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds, I found quick
relief, ami for the last ten days have felt
better than for two years." Positively
Guaranteed for throat and lung troubles
y the St. Helens pharmacy. 60o and
1.00. Trial bottles free.
Tn this Issue of Tnx Mux appear the
semiannual report of the county ohlcer,
flowing the financial atatu of the
county on the last day of March just
past, and it ia an exposition of condi
tion that every person in the county
should carefully study and consider.
The summary statement of tbe county
clerk is the most important, it being
made from his record a well as from
the reports of the other financial officers.
By reference to that re part it will be ob
served that tbe total liabilities of the
county aggregate lea than $6,000, while
the resources from which revenue i ex
pected to be derived, aggregate over
$30,000, including cash on hand, which
amounts to about $7,000. In tbe hands of
the treasurer there is the sum of $2,848
belonging to tbe road fund, with but
$117 of outstanding warrants. There Is
due on the tax roll yet uncollected not
to exceed $1,000, which will go to this
fund, making the total amount available
for road improvement purposes, ont of
the S-aaill levy, about $3,700, which, as
a matter of fact, will not go a great way,
inasmuch a the aeason for road work ia
just opening. Also, npon the current
tax roll there is about $11,000 yet to be
collected, and after tbe portions of that
amount belonging to other funds are set
aside, there will remain not to exceed
$4,000 to go into the general fund by
which the ordinary and customary ex
peases of the county for the ensuing
year are to be defrayed. With what is
on hand and what is yet to be collected
there will be about $12,000 for the county
to operate upon for almost a year. This,
of course, ia excluding the possibility of
there being no back taxes collected. It
is not reasonable to presume that there
will be no back taxes collected. On the
other hand there i very likely to be a
neat income each month from that
source. The county holds lien against
land npon which taxes has not been
paid to the amount of $3,435, a large
percentage of which ia gradually col
lected. Twenty-five per cent of this
amount, added to the other estimated
cash resources of tbe county will give at
the most about $13,000 of tbe general
fund npon which tbe county will have
to depend for expenses until tax collect
ing time comes another year. Tbe fi
nancial condition of the county on the 1st
of April stood at about $0,000 to the good.
The fact that Jour-tilths ol tne whole
amount of taxes on the current roll was
paid in to the county this year before
the first of April makes the surplus on
hand, which, in former year did not
come along for three or four months
later in tbe year, ine running expenses
of the county, aside from item paid
from the road fund, average about $1.3.
000 for each six months, hence, it will
be seen that under favorable conditions,
the county will be just about even at tbe
beginning of next year.
Republican Platform in Brief.
1. Declares in favor of the United
States remaining in the Philippines.
2. Favors Roosevelt's position on the
question of trusts.
8. In favor of Chinese exclusion bill
now before congress.
4. In favor of protection policy of
6. In" favor of the right of labor to
organize; in favor of a department of
labor, its bead to be a member of the
6. In favor of putting all state offi
cer on a salary.
7. In favor of a state mining bureau.
8. In favor of the national govern
ment undertaking the irrigation of arid
9. In favor of opening np the Colum
bia river to navigation.
10. In favor of the improvement of
11. Opposed to leaaing the public
12. In favor of fostering the fisheries
13. In favor of oleomargarine bill
14. In favor of the initiative and ref
erendum, recommending the adoption
of the resolution.
15. Approves the primary law, and
recommends its extension throughout
16. Favors electing senators by popu
17. In favor of making Crater lake a
18 -in lavor oi pensioning inumu wai
NOTICE 18 HRREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned haa been, by the Hon. . B.
Doan. iu.lse ol tin Count; Court of the county
of Columbia, stnte of Ore iron, appointed ad-
mtnlNtrmtnr nf lhA MltAta of A. B. Little, de
ceased. Any and all Demons haTinn claims
againat said mtata are hereby reqslred to pre
ont lbs mine tome, duly and properly veri lied,
at tha law olilee of W. H. Powell, In 8t. Helens,
Oregon, within six months from tbe date hereof.
Arfmlnl.rfjf. nf th At&t nf A. B. Llttle.de-
eeased. Dated March 21, vm. W. H. Powell,
attorney for administrator. milala
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned, aa administrator of the es
tate of Lylia Baruos, deceased, has Sled his
final accnunt In the eountv court of Columbia
county, In the state of Oregon, of his adminis
tration UKn said estate, and that the Judge of
said court haa appointed Wednesday, the Mth
day of May. 1902, at the hour of 1 o'clock, p. ni.,
as the time, and the ooHrt-rnom of said court, in
the city of St. Helens, Oregou, as the place, for
hearing said final account and settlement
thereof, when any objeotlou thereto may be
... ... i.i L'hW.U f UlttVk'
niauti iu wnwuK ....... ....
Administrator of the estate of Lvdla Barnes.
deceased. Dated this 11th day of April, IU02.
NOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UN
derslgned haa been, by the Hon. J. B.
IVnn 4. ....... nl .hAAm.nlv n.N 111 thAUdlinlV
of Columbia, state of Oregon, appointed admin
istrator of the estate of Charles L. Melts, de
ceased. Any and ail perilous having claims
against said estate are hereby required tn pres
ent the same to me, duly and properly verified,
at my residence, oue mile below Mist, in said
Columbia county, Oregon, within six mouths
trotu the date nereoi. uaieu jpni , .
A. R. MEU8,
Adminkitratnr of the estate of Charles L. Metis,
deceased. W. H. Powell, Attorney for Admin
NOTICE OF BOND SALE.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned, Comity Treasurer of the
County of Columbia, State of Oregon, will sell
seven ichool bonds of school dlstriot No. 2, of
said county and state, to the amount of 1.1,700,
in the following amounts, to-wit: Six bonds of
the par value of ;oo each, and one bond of the
Ear value of 1700, each of said bonds redeetna
le after ten years, but due and payable abso
lutely twenty years after date oi said bonds;
said bonds to draw I par oent Interest per an
num on the par value thereof. Bids will be re
ceived by the said undersigned for said bonds
until six o'clock in the afternoon of the loth
day of May, 1902. at the office of the County
Treasurer, at St. Helen, Or. Dated April 11, 1902.
County Treasurer of the County of Columbia,
State of Oregon.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN BY THE ON
dersigned executrix of the estate of B. F.
whitnov. deoeaaed. that she has tiled tn the
county court of the county of Columbia, state
of Oregon, her fiual account of her adminlstra
tion upon said estate, together with her petition
for final settlement and distribution; and that
tha Hon. J. 11. Doan. Judge of said court, has ap
pointed Monday, the oth day of May, 1902, at 2
o'clook In the afternoon of said day, as the
time, and tha court-mom of said court at
the court-house in St. Helens, Oregon, as the
f.lace, of hearing said final account and petition
or distribution, and of the settlement thereof.
Any and all persons lnt rested may appear and
t'le objection to the same or any part thereof.
Dated March 28, 1902. P L. WHITNEY,
Executrix of the estate ol B. F. Whitney, de
ceased. W. H. Powell, Attorney lor Executrix.
Better Tkan PUls.
The uueaiioo has 'been ' asked.
What way are Chamberlain's Btomach
and Liver Tablets superior to pills 7"
Our answer in; 'they are easier and
more pleasant to take, more mild and
gentle in effect and more reliable, as
they can always be depended upon.
Then they cleanse and invigorate the
stomach and leave the bowels in a nat
ural condition, while pills are more
harsh in effect and their use i often fol
lowed by constipation. For sale at the
8t. Helens pharmacy.
Btantii llil Kind Vou Haw BougM
Try Chamberlain' Stomach and Liver
Tablets, the best physic. For sale at
the tit. Helena pharmacy.
nOULTOJf CAMP NO. WOODMRM Or
tha World, meet every Saturday uight In
Perrv'i hall. Houlton. i. 8olomon. C. C.
yaxu Fsamti, Clerk. J
NOTICC OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
In the County Court of tbe State of Oregon, for
In tha matter of the estate of August Swanson.
deceased. To whom H may concern:
NOTK.'E 18 HEUKBY GiVKN THAT THE
undersigned, as administrator of the es
tate of August ttwanMon, deceaaed, 61ed his
Aual account la said county court, oa March
18th, A. D. 1U02, and that the Hon. i. B. boan.
as Judge of said ooanty eotirt, baa appointed the
ith dar of Mar. A. I). XWi. at the hour of 2
'clock in the afternoon of that day. at the
county court-nouse of said county, as tne time,
for the hearing of objections to such final ac
count and the settlement thereof. Thia notice
is publuhed In Ihb Oaaooa Mist, a newspaper
published in said county, for four successive
weeks, by order of said court and by the direc
tion of the uuderaigned as such administrator.
E. E. QUICK, Administrator.
Dated at8t. Helen Oregon, thi March 18th.
A. D. 1902. 8. li. Orubar, w., Attorney lor Ad
In the Justice' Court for Union precinct, In
columbta county, Oregon.
Oerhardt Morbach, plaintiff, '
To Andrew Kenoskl, the above-named defend
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OP OREUON:
yon are hereby commanded and required to
appear and answer the complaint filed herein
against yoa, or or before lth day of April, 1H02,
and if you fait, to so appear and answer, the
plaintiff will take Judgment against yon for the
sum of S110.25, together with the costs and dis
bursement herein, and will apply to tile Court
for an order that all tha personal property at
tached herein be aold to satisfy plalnilfT de
mand. This summons 1 published by order
made and filed by me, dated February 28th, 1MI2.
The date of tha first publication hereof is tne
7th day of March, 1W2, the same to continue
once a week for six (6) consecutive weeks.
Justice of the Peace.
Bchnabel 4 Bcbnabel,aturncy for plaintiff.
In the Circuit Court of the Bute of Oregon, for
T. Kauir. plaintiff, vs. D. Kaozs, defendant.
to It. Kruze, the above-named defendant.
TN THK NAME OP THE HTATE OF OHEOON:
J. You are hereby notified that the plaintiff
herein oa niea a complaint against you in tne
above-entitled Coart and cause, and you are
hereby required to appear and answer said com
plaint on or before the laat time of the time
Srescrlbed by the order of publication hereof,
.-wit: On or before the 17th day of May, 1UU2.
You are further noOfled that if you fail to ap
pear and answer the complaint herein or to
plead thereto, the plaintiff will cause your de
fault to be entered and will apply to the Court
above mentioned for the relief prayed for in the
complaint herein, that is to say, for a decree
forever dissolving the bonds of matrimony that
may be existing between plaintiff and defend
ant herein, for the custody of the issue of said
marriage, to-wit: Birhard Knue, and for such
other aad further relief as to the Court may
seem proper, meet and Just. The date of the
first publication of this summons 1 rrlday,
April 4th, 1W2, and the last publication Friday,
Mav 16th, 1UU2, and said summons shall be pub
lished on the said Friday of each week for a
Period of six weeks. This summon is pub
lished by order of the Hon. T. A. McBride,
iudge of said Court, made in said cause and
Court, in chambers, and dated the 1st .day of
April. A. D. 1902. BCHNABEIiASCHNABKL,
aral6 Attorneys for Plaintiff.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, In
and for Colambia County.
Jessie E. Shaver and (J. U. Sharer, plaintiffs,
Anna Boden, Nicholas Boden. Francis M. Tomp
kins. Mary J. Tompkins, Fred gpagele and
Jane Doe Spagele, defendants.
To Anna Boden and Nicholas Boden, two of the
IN THE NAME OP THK STATE OF OREGON:
You are hereby required to appear and an
swer the complaint filed against you iu the above
entitled suit on or before the last day of the six
week next following the first publication of
this summons; and it you fail to answer, the
plaintiff will cause your default to be entered,
and apply to the court for the relief demanded
in the complaint, to-wit: For the partition nd
division, by the above-entitled court, of the
southeast quarter of section sir. township three
north, range two west of the Willamette merid
ian, in Colombia county, Oregon. Thi sum
mons is published by order of the Honorable
J. B. Doan, county Judge for said Columbia
county, Oregon made and dated March rath,
19U2. The date of the first publication hereof
is Friday, March 2th. 1902. The time prescribed
in the order for publication is six weeks, which
timn will train tn ruu from the dav of the fint
j publication hereof, and the time within which
you are requireu io answer mo uuiuiunui, te v
or beiore the last day of the time prescribed in
the said order for publication.
m28m9 Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
PETITION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE. .
To the Honorable County Court of Columbia
WE, TBE UNDERSIGNED LEGAL VOTERS
residing ia Scappoose precinct, Columbia
county, Oregon, would respectfully petition
your honorable body, at its next regular meet
ing, which will be held on the 7th day of May,
1902, in the court-house In the city of St, Helens,
Columbia county, state of Oregon, that a li
cense be granted to Ed Holmes to sell spiritu
ous, vinous and malt liquors in quantities less
than one gallon, in Scappoose precinot, in said
county aad state, and that said lie nse be
granted for a period of one year, for all of which
your petitioners will ever pray:
J. D. McKay, N. H. McKay, Chas. Fisher, A.
Stump, A. F. Bibby, P. Louslgnont, U. Lang,
Win. Teti, J. W. F.versol, J. Freeman, J. D.
Morgan, C. Robinski, P. Pusey, John lsenblat
ter, Vern Ervin, Isaac Craig, J. Susa, Cha.
Uurgdorffer. R. A. McKay, H. West, R. D. Sny
der, Fred Kamineyer, Jim Grant, Ueorge Lemue,
Kd Crawford, Henry Bushman. Ueorge Grant, E.
T. Gore, M. J. Englert, T. W. Grant, John Him
iller, G. H. Seireks, f. H. Slaven, Fred Kam
mever, Jr., Joe Mavers, George Vt. Howell, C
Anderson, A. Anderson, Daniel Keller, S. Neu
man, H. Neuman, A. Kaucger, C. K. Cluster,
Win. F. Cook, M. Teukosits, U. Skura Wm.
Skuia, Nicholas Moser, Oeorgo Moser, Wm. W.
Shlpman, J. B. Duncan, J. Callahan, J. H.
Beaver. Robert Johnson, T. W. Morgan. N. Nel
son, J. Rowland, George J. Herman, A. J. Amell,
Otto Schults, Thomas Bennett, Carl Friedel,
Wm. Anderson, Geo. L. Vlnsou, T. F. Piper, A.
H. Larsen, R. A. McQulnn. M. Beaver, A. Bar
ber. H. C. Domever, O. F. Graves, E. T. Ander
son, V. K. Armstrong, Henry Vandermost, L.
W Gllllhan, L. W. Bonser, L. Snider. C. J.
Elder, U. C. Robinski; Andrew Manhart. W. E.
Stevens, J. McCarthy.
In the Circuit Court of the Stat of Oregon, for
State of Oregon, plalutifT,
A. Kevin, as administrator of the estate of John
Farrow, deceased, all heirs of the decedent (It
any there be) and all persona iutereated in
said estate, defendant.
It appearing to the court by the information
filed in this court by the district attorney and
by Chester V, Dolph, special counsel by the
leave and under the direction of Hon. T. T.
ii..p B,.vaniAr of tha state, that John Farrow
died on the 9th day of Julv, 1S91, in Columbia
eountv, Oregou, leaving real aud personal prop
erty therein; that A. Nevin was duly ap
pointed as administrator of said estate and duly
nuahfied as auch and took possession of all tbe
m.I and naraoiial nmoertv of said estata: that
said estats has boen duly administered upon
and there remains in tne nanus oi saiu auiuin
iutratiir lht alitn of 14K9.62.
An) It further aDoearini that the decedent
died without heirs and that by reason thereof I
the state of Oregon has by law a right to such !
personal estate how remaining in the hands of
the administrator, it Is therefore ordered:
T a THK NAME OF TH E STATE OF OREGON:
I That all persons interested in the estate of
John r arrow, aeceaseo, ue ami mey Hro uoreoj
required to appear and show cause in thlsoourt,
if any they have, on the 13th day of May,
whv the title of. in aud to said personal estate
should not be adjudged aud vested la tha state
of Oregon. It Is further ordered that a copy
hereof toe published' in Thc Orkooh Mist, a
newspaper published in said county of Colum
bia, for six successive weeks.
THOMAS A. McBP.IDE,
Dated March ith, 1902. ' Judge.
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