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OK KG ON. MIST
Oregca Timber Is Timber.
The purchase by Congressman J. W.
' 1 " ' ' FnrritiHV nt Ktltlil nt tlmW lnft
Entered at the PonUifliw at fct. tleleus, w ciark County, WMh, at the rate of
Oregon, m seeoud-clasa uniil matter,
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
HI .. II .- 1 - ...U S
ISl KU EvKBT pittDAY MoBKINO BY
KEEI.ER H. (JABHKRT
Eoiroa aku Phopkictor.
One copy one year, In advtuce. , . . .(1-06
Sis months . . 60
JULY 18, 102.
Bupt. of School
Martin B 4h. Betater
..JoMph K. Uutu, Hainler
,,.H. S. Hattan, Si. Helena
$60 an acre, illustrate the manner to
'Vhich iae forest! of the Northwest
' have advanced . in value within the
past live years. The sale was made
; by Dr. Wolverton, a retired army but
i goon, who has been making odd pur
1 eiiaae back of Vancouver for some
itlmt. The tract Is situated In town
ship fi north, range 4 west, and Is
known to timber men as a very de
sirable piece of Umber.
Another Important purchase is that
of 5000 acres by the Sumpter Valley
Railroad people. In the Hood River
country. Tbi tract was bought from
N. B. Bradley Son. of Bay City,
Mich., who bad held it but a few
months. The exact figures of this
sale have not been made public, but
tnose posted on tne subject aver tbat
..k. Hot, st Helens
...1, H. ('orotund, Houlton
. . Ill El.. I....
"V w t. wiVSVpei Bradley ft Son cleaned up $60,000 by
H. Hent'ftn. Uver. '. tha deal. Tha nurrhuara ara Mnnrt
Maminen ;;;; ;;.VCD c.Mpm!,;.DrJ i d 1Ul the Mormon church, and a)
Coroner C. E. Dlt a, 8t Helen reaay uivb nei; luiurctua ai rtoou
l Klver and In Baker and Grant Coun
00B LOCAL fVTVRS MOSPshlt I U100i000 ieti npQtt from
'-' I Lane County. The Sparrow-Krol;
The purchase of the tnrmeroua-, i,umoer company ,-of Houghton .Minn.
Jtracta of timber land held b. ynvate has just closed a trade for 10,000
Individuals In Columbia County Is an:cres of Umber near the mouth of the
..,,.. . ,,i.,H. ,, Umpo.ua River. In the outskirts of the
,as8urance of a remarkable degree ofj GardinWi Th- new owners
.pros pen i j mr me amen yemr. w , propose erecting a modern aawmlU at
The sales Indicate how much Inter
est Is be lug taken In Oregon timber
lands by outside capitalists, and they
show how the value of these Be-cover-ed
tracts has advanced from the gov-
internment price of $2.50 an acre, paid
oy ine nrst enirymen only a utue
while ago. Portland Telegram.
longer. These purchases are not for
speculation, hot are made by lumber
men, who have tne capital and propose
.to engage In the manufacture of lum
ber. Already logging railways and
new sawmills aii being built.
more are already projected.
The timber of Columbia County Is
of prime quality, and It has the added I Norman Merrill, ex-member of the
advantage of being convenient to both j Legislature from Columbia County. Is
water and rail transportation. By
in the city today In the Interest of s
large timber veal, and the ultimate
means of logging railways and flames . construction of a logging railway up
the Umber product can be brought to the Clatskanie River. The Benson
Vhl Va GittatbU fir ta SOS ' LRln' Lumbering Company of this
of the two lines or railroad at a mini-
) a. van
in. D. Pctersou
l. VV. Freeman
K E. Malmbcrg
R. A, Melhs
W. E, fouycrs
ti. C. blackford
Dan Rice , ,
W. K. Tichenor ,
E. U. Tichenor .........
S. C. Tichenor
E. B. Elliott , ,
C. L. Conyers ,
Silvo Graham, Marshal ...
John Mc Adams
W. H. Kyer
A. K. Morgan ............
kB. Silver .,,.,,.,...,.1
J. H. Lumijarvi
U. M. Ewing
K. H. Wilhatus ..........
L. J'luhrer ................
R. P. Burns
J. H. Ooan
W. J. Muckle
c. A. James ,
Geo. F. Moeck
P. Brant 3.00
W. M. Perry , 8.00
H. Hollis 3.00
H. K. Dibbl .i. 3.00
mom expense. The wealth of the Um
ber resources of tnls section was nev
er before realized in all Its Immensity
nnUl now. The Umber will make It
one of the wealthiest counties ta Ore
gon. There ta room for the small
mlllman as well as the capitalist. The
smaller sawmills and shingle mills are
doing a profitable business, and there
'la room for more. No attempt Is be
ing made by the capitalist to crowd
out the small manufacturer. The shin
gle mills are comparatively small
'concerns, but they And a ready mar
ket tor their product, and there Is
room for more.
When the timber Is cut off the many
tracts, the prosperity of Columbia
County will not cease. It will be fol
lowed by a greater and more perma
nent prosperity. It takes rich soil to
produce thrifty Umber, and when once
the saw timber Is out of the way the
remainder will find ready sale for
wood. The tracts will be sold at low
prices, for the lumberman will not pay
taxes on land which ta bringing him
no revenue. This land will produce
and cereal . crops.
When cleared of the stumps these
lands will make the moat productive
of farms, and the area devoted to
dairying and fruit raising will be vast
ly Increased. Columbia County has
the advantage over many other coun
ties in the state on account of its pe
culiar favorable climatic conditions.
partly due to the near proximity of
the warm ocean currents.
Taking all things Into consideration,
the future and great prosperity of Co
lumbia County Is one of the assur
ances. lucre is no room for brokers in
(he matter of handling Columbia
county warrants, nor opportunity for
speculation. The county treasurer
promptly pays every warrant on pre
sentatioa at its face value, and as a
consequence the rate of taxation is
lower here than in many other coun
tjes. . "' -
of Clatskanie, tor the right of way
through a UOO-acre tract of Umber.
About 1700 acres of timber were re
cently purchased by the Benson Com
pany In that vicinity, and this Um
ber will be logged off Just as soon as
the arrangements can be perfected.
The headquarters for this big enter
prise wtl be at Clatskanie, and the
deal and operaUon of the affairs of the
company will not only Involve the ex
penditure of a great amount of mon
ey, but will be the means of opening
up the channel for other an oerhape
equally important enterprises. There
will be something like 3000 acres of
umber land contained in this deal, and
It Is Intimated that the price to be
paid is something along the fancy, or
der. Portland Evening Journal.
Beat Estate Transfers.
Ida K. and Albert Eiicksen to T.
M. Warren. N.W. of sections 5, 7,
3, S.E. K of section 31. 8. $; $1.
James Fraser to John M. Under
wood, S. H of N.E. and lot 1 of sec
tion 2, 6. S; $425.
M. and Agnee B. Grant to John
Stewart, N.E. 14 of section S, 6. 2;
Geraham and Emma J. Hlatt to the
Benson Logging ft Lumbering Com
pany, N. of N.W. U of section .
r- ""jjjLXt- James M. Hill to Otto B. Bittner,
Israel Spencer . .
U. M. Beeghley .....
j. E. Dow
E. J. Mills
t. J. Switater
E. Emmerson ........
J. H. Collins
C. W. uarrison
C. L. Daeaett
I. B. Godfrey, Marshal
.VY. WauaM-f fr - -t , , , Z.T!
C. N. Gam6le""..!...! 3.00
a. King 3.00
Geo. A. Hal) 3.00
L. W. Van Dyke... 3.00
C. H. Johns - 3.00
E. Blakesley, board of prison
E. Blakesley, board of prisn
ers 84. 75
Silvo Graham, clerk of election 3.00
St. Helens Light & Water Co.,
water rent , 3.00
W. H. Smith, juror May term
court . .. 18.20
Good Samaritan Hospital,- care
of Simeson 22.00
Fred Trow, supplies for Jor-
don , 10.00
Vade Balch .$ 22.50
J. Callahan. 8.10
Geo. Grant 19.80
oe EversoH 20.25
VImJ trArt tf am Afavmva TAinrtit. And wfctcll 1
eUV UJU M. U .sbwwbi eaanseej w 0
In tu for over SO rears, bag bora the ilirnator or
and ui seen iUMiinaer aim
onal goperrlsJoa inM Ite UfinT.
a iin hm on to deceive) yon In thia.
n n a r.i.. v.lnlna mwtA .TnataBsrOOdM ItrA but
EperlmenU that trlflo with and endanger the health or
lnthnta gtnd Children Experience ngainBt Eiperimeas,
What lo CASTORIA
Caatoria U harmlesa substitute for CMtor OU, Parj.
gortc, Prop and Soothing- Syrnpa. It Is Pleaawot. !
cenuina neither Qplum, Morphine nor ether Narcouo
ubaunee. It nre Is 4ts guarantee. It de-troys Woriue
and allays FeverishneM. It cure Diarrhoaa and Wind
Colic. It relieve Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilate the Food, regulates tha
Stomach and Bowels, firing; healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Sean the Signature of
f7 "I J9
He Kind You Hare Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
H. Larson -
J. M. Cooper ,
Lars Rassmussen .....
A. . Tarbell
Mr. Hyde ...
From the amount of harvesting
machinery that has been shipped into
the Nehalem country this season, it
is evident that it is advancing as an
agricultural section. :
St. Helens showed a commendable
spirit of enterprise in. raising the re
quired bonus for a spur from the
Northern Pacific tine to Houlton. The
town is not one-half as sleepy as its
All the bill presented and allowed at
the July term of tb county court ara
printed in this issue to the exclusion of
ptlier local matter. . .The election es
peifoe and the Achieve trial and execu
tion amount in the total to a considera
ble ram, hut net a county warrant has
been endorsed, "not paid for lack of
fund." , . '
The dead noily of Merrill, the pal of
i : ine poira un-iton convict murderer.
1 Tra. y has been found and identified
near Napavine, tt'ann. There were two
w pullet noli in the hody, thoa coiifirin
h ing the story of told by Tracy, that he
' killed bis partner. The daily story of
Tracy's advt-iiitirea on the cound, still
sound likf the heroes of a highly-colored
dime nvf I.
" " Nerd More Help :
Often the over taxed organs of diges
tion cry out (or help by Dyspepsia's
iin, Nsusm, Dizziness, Headaches,
ivcr Coiiiplnints. Bowel Disorders.
Such troubles citll for prompt ui-e of Dr.
King's New Lile Pills. They are gentle,
. borough and guwrantred to cure. 25c
St the St. Helens Pharmacy.
TM9 will save your Life.
Mtj inaueing you to use
tzzswnw, CtTughs anil Cclsls.
m&Urtf" CMranted Cur.
hO Curt fJO Pav. Your Ira0
gist will warraui'jf.' v
C"d, Influenta, Asthma, - bronchitis,
Vi rjnf.ig Coufth, Fneunoiiitt. or any
, J i. .ctioa ct the Throat itnd Longs.
' THfAl. CCTTL?;3 FREE.
Eeguiar- 6iae 00 cent and . $1.0$ I
Iota 3 and 4, block 42. town of Esto,
section 13, 8, 5! 155.
James M. Hill to O. P. Lindgren,
parcel m same tract: 180.
Chas. Holterson to the Benson Log
ging Company, N. of S.W. of sec
tion 6; W. H or S. W. 14 of section 4
N.W. of N.W. of section 9, 6, S
Louis and Sarah Johnson to the
Benson Logging A Lumbering Com
pany, lumber deed; S900.
Albert and Alice Merrill to the Ben
son Logging A Lumber Company, S.
H of N. of N.W. of section 31
8, I; 1550.
Man ford H. and Flora V. Marqulst
to Chas. E. Davis, part of F. M. War
ren D. L. C; 1300.
James W. and Dora A. to George W.
D&iley, Mock 5. Tichenor 1st addl
tion to Clatskanie; $375.
A. R. and Sarah O. Narroway to
John M. Crass, N.E. of section 18,
. 5; II. m
Henry and Martha Jane Parrott to
the Benson Logging Company, S.W.
of section 35, 6, 4; $800.
State of Oregon to S. Benson, N.W.
4 of 8.W. U of section 27, 8. 4: 8700.
Sarah L. Tyacke to the Sage Land
Improvement Company, W. y, of N.
of section 21, 4, 4; 1480.
Everett A. and Ines A. Weston to
Ashland Lumber Company, 8. and
N.W. of S.W. of secUon 27, 7, 2;
William Hobble bis been spending
tne past ten days with relatives at
Miss Stella Adams, who has been
spending the past three months at
Centralia, Wash., returned home last
Jesse Bacon, of this place, has ac
cepted a position as nightwatchman
on the steamer Fannie, also James
Bacon has the position ol hreman on
the same boat.
Mrs. 'ohn Urie and Grandma Little
were the guests of the former's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Baker last
A delightful lawn part was given
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. F.
Baker Wednesday evening of last
week. The evening was pleasantly
spent in games and music until Quite
a late hour. Ice cream and cake was
served during the evening. A lame
crowd was present and all spent a
most enjoyable evening.
Mrs. F. M. Hoyt. of this place.
and Mr. G. C. Schoonover, of Verno
nia, received their commission as
Deputy Masters of Columbia County.
Mrs. Moyt is the Worthy Master of
Vail Grange, No. 294, of this place..
Vail Granite. No. 294. will hold its i
regular meeting Wednesday, July 23,
1902, at 8:30 P. M.
Miss Clara Hegele was a guest of
ner uncie ana aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Gus Hegele. of Bachelor Flat, one
day last week. , ,
Misses Emma Larsen and Gertrude
Lynch visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Puzey. of Scaonoose. last Sun
Mrs. Ed Lamberson, of Portland.
and Mrs. Charles Lamberson, of
Scappoose, visited their parents at
this place last Saturday.
Miss Emily Tompkins, who has
been spending the past three weeks
with relatives and friends at Oregon
City, returned home last Monday.
Services will be held in the grove
on the Noon farm next Sunday morn
ing, afternoon and evening. Sunday
school will also be held at the same
place. Everybody is cordially invited
Some of' the young men of this
place attended the ball game at Rai
nier last Sunday.
Wilford Miller 1.80
Ed Heasom 6.12
D. J. Switzer 22.00
E. Meeker , 5.20
J. G. Plank 52.00
A. Henshaw , 10.08
Chas. Wallis 24.48
Geo. Kelley 39.07
Aaron Kelley 19.05
W. I. Mellinger 18.81
Ed Hazen 22.05
N. J. Dunont ... 21.78
Vigorite Powder Co 17.30
J. Starter 17.20
Vigorite Powder Co 58.55
Herman Schmitt , 17.28
C. C Clark 1.00
Julius Wasser 60.00
Geo. Hoadley 29.25
E. Wasser .45
John Rhodes 5.00
O. B. Anstine 4.00
T. J. Evermann 6.00
A. G. Hagein 27.00
James Stewart , 14.00
T. A. Lovelace 9.50
James Stewart 10.00
W. Schultz , 17.10
G. W. Girt 47.00
R. Headlee 10.44
Dan Stehman 11.40
Wm. Dotson 13.00
Mat Jacobson 10.00
G. W. Richardson 32.80
E. Sheeley . .
Phillip Glahn .
The Sasne Old Story.
J. A'. Kelly relates an experience
similar to that which has happened in
almost every neighborhood in the United
States and has been told and re-told by
thousands of others. He says: "Last
summer I had an attack of dysentery
and purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's
uoiic, ciiolers and Diarrhoea ttemedy.
which I need according to directions and
with satisfactory results. The trouble
was controlled much quicker than tne
former attacks when I used other rem
edies." Mr. Kelly is a well known
citizen of Henderson. N. O. Eor sale
at the St. Helens Pharmacy.
Oar Coanty Sopertateadeat.
The last issue of . the Oregon
Teachers' Monthly prints a picture,
accompanied oy the following sketch
of County Superintendent JL. H.
DR. D. B.STUART,
ORIENTAL HOTEL. BT. HELENS.
t. - WAM.ACS.
, a. miYia.
St. Helens Hotel
Wahaos Movia, Psora.,
Is Again Open to the Public.
Meals Berved on Short Notice.
BodsfciCeiiU, Meals Wt'ewl.
FtSD BARN IN CONNXCTIOH. M0RSIS
TO HA i 10 linn,
DOWN-COUNIY FIO'LI SHOULD
Toilet Articles and Pcrfamery
0k. J. t. HALL rVsewsfse
1Clathknis : : Oaisorot.
HOTICt fOII PUIUCATIQM.
Departm.iil of lh Inlerinr.
Una OIi. M Own niv. Or..
Jim !. IlKn.
NOW It Iff IIFHICHY (IIVKN THAT TUB
lnllowliis ti.inwt wt'l.r h ! "le ol
hL Intention tm.k lln.l prwl In wniwrl ol
hi. claim, mi'l llwlwIJ rl win be l n
f.r tin Nmil clerk il t'nliimhU r..unt M
St. Uel.ni, Oregon, on A "sun lnl, IWM,
NIl'K pi roNT,
H. It. IITflS. lor Ih. .wW ol ; lon SS. town.
dine, upon n.l -ltr..tlon ol wl-l ln'lw"
Houlton, Onion. ui VVIIIIms MllUr. ol M.
sbr.f..utr K.r JIM. It"- I. h.rob .urt.ll
cited lo ir Ulore Ih. witn.tr rl.rk nl
lunil.l.oountj. II H. Helms, rs", n An
aii.l nd. WW. I" .how nam wbjr no nm
'hOUla 001 & a'suSS" - MOOBB, IU..M.,.
NOTICE OF LAN D SURVEY
S. H. GRUBER,
ATTORNE Y-JT- L.i W.
OBlo. with I. g. Quick,
BT. HELENS, : I ORIOOR.
Will le bent p.rwn.1 attonUan to all leral
ro.lten ntru.ted lo m. Will prwtice la all
the MM aud United DMtet :urt..
VV. H. POWELL,
ATTORNE Y - AT- Ll )Y.
DCrCTY PISTBICT ATTOBHSr.
RT. HRI.ENS. t ORKiOS.
superintendent of Columbia county.
is a native Oregonian, having been
born at Portland. His early educa
tion was received in Columbia county
after which he attended the State
Normal School at Monmouth' three
years, from which he graduated in
1885, taking first honors in a class
of ten. As a foundation for the study
of medicine, he took a four years'
course in the University of Kentucky,
1887-1891. After this on account of
poor health he spent several years
in Southern California, studying and
working out of doors on a fruit farm.
On returning to Oregon he was elect
ed school superintendent of Colum
bia county at the June election of
18U8. in addition to his work as su
perintendent of the county he served
one year as principal of the public
school at St. Helens and two years in
tne same capacity at Houlton. bunt
Copeland's work meets with high
appreciation in Columbia county.
OertcK Nawaoai Block. Kotabv rvuie.
W. C. Fischer, ;
RAINIER, : : OREGON.
R. P. Gbahaji. T. J. Curro.
306 Marquan Bullrtlns. Portland Oraeoa.
Columbia Count btutnew will rceelvt prompt
Office ol Count Surveyor, Jul I, ISM,
rmCE W HCRKHY WVeN THAT TBI
w', f. WATb, V'uum Surf.xor,
nil Snrr.inr will on Jul 'JMk, lani.
ta aocorli m ) ot lwt, teeuoa
m t i n a i w.. wiusuiwt xeriaiaa.
X STORIA & COLUMBIA RIVER
ii RAILROAD COMPANY.
t 40 no:
10 00 11
10 III M.tl
iu m ,in 7
10 67 M!
11 Ot SO SI
11 w nr. 4
0) L Portl.odAr.il 10
.. R.lnl.r ..
.. Hv.iiMn... ,
v :Ar. Atort.l.
St. HaLBMt, Oaaooa
LIMBSAT A KOITM, mt'l,
Fresh and Salt Meat
City trad, logging eamn, le,m.
boats and railroad camps
oanias ratio or shobt nnnt it,
BBIXH BOTH IBS, PBOPKISTOHS
Oul the katt et-
Lttiiitsrs and Ciars Kept in stock
And other purmUr br.mi" d waukin
aloar l "oi.
"Tom Bwtcu" Cigars. .
All Ih Utt nwpfir ntul otbor ttv
0 hikt pwmiitwitt,
roa poRTUiio baiit
e. i. HfkM. .
RAILROAD TIME. -
u'-J,,'llnJ fVMtr f.teent ),) fa,
land, at A. M.. l.Htrilug Iron fu ij,u
oclors u,insVl.!s J. taad S t at
H, airlvlos al at. Uetees at t.tt. J'
hmim ani fast Freiiif.
PORTLAND LAHDINQ, TAYLOR IT.
DAY ' W. B. Dn.LABD
DILLARD A DAY,
ATTORNE YS-A T- LA W
Ofllee next door to Conrthonts,
ST. HKI.K.N8. OHKOON.
Oeneral pret!o in ennrt. ot Oriinn or Wsnh
Inictou. Abatnots mads directly from count
The Afeyger Co.....
R. H. King
R. L. McLane
The Mayger Co.,...,
Max A. rogle .......
b. Williams ........
C. .M. Bryant
O. Nelson . . . .
W. Smith ...
I L. Bnrnum , .
C. Johnson ..
E. S. Bryant .
T. J. Flippin
L. Williams ........
A. Gisselburg ..........
M. O. Olson
Orson Hiatt .,
John F. Peterson
Arthur Kerns ,
U. M. Beeghley
G. H. Sitts
S. P. Ballard
G. H. Sitt
W. C. Eichman ........
W. B. Dereberry
G. W. Adams
J. P. Sheeley
S. B. Richards
J. C. Mullins
n. K. Shirk ,.
R. Rogers '.
A. M. Randolph
W. G. Wood ..........
A. G. Hotchkiss
J. A. McDonald
U. S. Mellinger
Saves A Woman's Life.
To have (riven on would have meant
aeatn lor airs u crairg, ol uorcnester,
Mass. For years she had endured un
told misery from a severe Inns; trouble
and an obstinate cough. "Often," she
writes, "1 rould scarcely breath and
sometimes could not speak. All doctors
and remedies failed till I used Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption and
was completely cored." Sufferers from
Conghs. Colds, Throat and Lung
Trouble needs this grsnd remedy, for it
never diseapoints. Cure is guaranteed
by the Ht. Helens Pharmacy.
Hewly Elected Road Saperrlsers,
No., J.; Scappoose, George W.
No. 2 Warren, Thomas E. Grew
ell. No. 3, Houlton, O. C. Clark.
No. 4, Deer Island, H. Schmitt.'
: No.,. 5, Goble, J. P. Archibald.
No. 6, Rainier, R. N. Lovelace.
No, 7,, Apiary, James Kilby.
No. 8,"Maygr, Johtr Cramer.
No. 9, Quincyi John A. Crum.
No. 10, Clatskanie, John M. Rod
dicks IT-" - '
No. 11, Marshland, J. F. Graham.
No. 12, Mist, John Boxler.
No! 13, Mist, O. H. Wilson.
No. 14, vernonia, C. W. Mellinger.
No. 15, Vernonia, J. P. Sheeley.
John Cramer was appointed in
place of George W. Richardson, who
resigned on account of removal from
the district, and John Boxler and J.
Y. aneeley nave not yet quaiihed.
Dr. Edwin Ross,
Physician and Surgeon.
feT. HELENS, OREGON.
Dr. H. R. Cliff,
Physician and Surgeon.
ST. HELENS, OREGON.
rMMtitera (or Anon or way nmnaaiut Sag 1
tna at llmilion. Train, will Mot l let a I
euff.r.uS'at Uoulton wbcncontliif trosa points '
train, at Houlton Train, will .top l let
M ol Uobl. J .
Hen. 1'a.i. ..I .atnrl. Or
Of lb. above mine all are d.llr exeent No.
Pi r)BTa.AMB, .lit.
Willamett SIoEgli Hosts
M. which ran. .tor d.f , imu rtiStiMa.
No. M lea. rnluul SatBrday dirty at t.SS
p. m. , . I
. All train, maht clow ennnaruooa al 'lohl
with Northern fwine train, to and fmia lb. I
Eut and Hound bulnts. Al ronland with all !
Wain. Ieaiuf I'ni.n d.pnt. At AMorta-wllh I.
K. kN.'n.'a boat and rail line and nr
T. J, rotter to and from llwaoo rt-h I
Bi-.rh -ilnu. - - I
Th rmifh ii, ktawld and all tMdan ekeotia '
thrmi.h to North Baach polnw. 7""
Leave til. Helens. ... 6 SO AM
Arrive at Portland .10 SO A M
Imvs Portland I;30PM
Arrive al Ht. Helen). MFU
till M CBjajTB.
Will Carry Nothlne li ftmn.
fvrt and Kaal Freight.
JAMKa ttOl, Kfaai.r.
THE NEW YORK STORE I
Has Just received a large In vole ol
Dr. J. E. Hall,
Physician and Surgeon.
Dr. C. L. Hatfield,
Physician and Surgeon.
.-- i! 1 ! nRRaa!a9(r!
Nor aav Pcblic, CoarivANciNo,
J. B. GODFREY,
Dealer lii Real Estate and Maker
VI. HELEKB, . . OREGON,
er Goods, Shoes,
Dry Goods, Groceries, BootsShoes, Etc 1
. H MIOJ3QUO. '
Cooper Building, Main Street, St. Helens, Orecon. i
7Ji!in in in in in mi in mi 1
vat this oot and take It to lr. Ross' tha hmt Toiiil """'"gi
Drug Store and get a box of Chamber- CaatlVRock a?S?Hn SL T'
i..n. at h jl t i... t.m.. Tk. Mrut. KOCK 5-30 In the afternoon.
Steamer JOSEPH KELLOGG
Uevaa fortland on Taenia, Thunday and Sat-
""J a, in, ifjr
It. Htltm. Kalema, Carrtlfi a,tr
Arriving, at Portland Monday. Mm.
neaday and Krld.y at J . m,
Leaves Portland Mondnv waa
snd Fridsy nights st at 10 p. m., for the
same points mentioned above and To
ledo, reaching the latter place at 10
Iain's Stomach A Liver Tablets. The
beet physic. Thev also correct disorders
of the stomach. Price 25 cents,
Mrs. John Moore, of Linnton, was
a warren visitor a few days last
Miss Lillian Larsen is assisting
Mrs. T. A. Cloninger with her house
work this week.
Mrs. Lew Davis and little daughter
spent a few days this week -with her
parents, Rev. and Mrs. Allyn, of
Don't Fall to Try This.
Whenever an honest trial is (riven to
Electric Bitters for any trouble it is rec
ommended for, a perrusment cure will
sorely be effected. It never fails to tone
the stomachs, regulate the kidneys and
nne.li itimnt.la ,h. I. u. t n ....
the nerves and purify the blood. It's a
wonderful tonic for run-down systems.
Electric Bitters positively enres Kidney
and Liver Trouble, Stomach Disorders,
Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Rheuma
tism, neuralgia and expel Malaria,
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays!
reaching rortlsnd early In tha morn! no .
Wharf foot of Salmon St H. HOLM AH. Aaa
JOHN A. BECK
Watches, Diamonds, Silverware,
Repairing a Specialty,
07 Morrinon is. Bet. Front it Ft rat. POBT1.ASD.
jiotus roa publication"
iD5,,?JnI,,' tn Interior,
land Otllce at Oregon City, Ore ron,
fl-OTI r IB HKRKBY OIVKN THAT Tliw
if. .,,"?,w'n.,t n"'?"d "M"' ba. nied noH oi
h Jlnuiutlon tomake final proof In siirwortSf
bl. claim and that .aid proVrf will he mEtl .V?
St. Helen., Oregon, on Anvuu ao, lata, ,1,"
zn.nr.KTU rA RKKR,
and hikbI Wllklnu.ri. ni n7.., .' r'"rd
BOTICl fOB HIILICA flOH.
Ukitsb ay.rn lTSb Orncs,
11 Dll.nne will. .k. '-.".?'
Cor. of Jan, , m" .ntliVS' ' . !!" J2
sltnt H.ilil5'i!;.fi;??i5l.lll" H. Iiolman. J
miifl Nil. I Waat mtA
and toUbll.b hirclain. r,2r,l "C?"'
BrTdaSSX ' "" -Ui "llr Ann
in the aoov. eatate . i" '"e'eed
known: kiowa or uo-
n. for the County of lurohi. 'JI'V, ' '"
rmth.reof.ttheaiH l.r.I urt
oounty of roliimbl. Si 2 ,n ln ,h M
:,Wj?.,.t?'hlp T, north..!
j i r:.-.-" "i.mciie M.rtdi.n .
' piniM-Q hV A H I (III. --- "I mm .ur.fjvq
Id raum. J." y,!'o. eouiity .iirve.or ol
111. Stat, of oFmoo IS r'Sl. ?A.CJ"" -I
lot s In
xrumini. auu expeis materia. v- " ""r'u. rituonrir, Or.......
Satutfaction guaranteed by the St. Hel- "ALVS;
ens Pharmacy. Only 60 cents. Sj" -Hah. b. moorkh.
" , Reitftci,
aon, Apr nth 1B05 u r i. . oounty, ore
, A(,olt.J ln lXWM,?h'. "lb' -ot
I In Mock L" "mk.- JitltP -h''." A. n4
" t i.tumnl. (or Brant.iiu aoaition
the (rount Clerk of .H I m. S.i? ,h' 9mr
all of the above 'l.Sr,:'"''r')'. Ore-
i cou and mmr,i,',J0f'i P
ild M.t .S.rf f.' . ! sdmlnlMralloB of
Ponniycoiirt of the Hui.'nl. ',."' of
d.tnl Jin.. 'I;..'." l "aid Court, mad.
DBABT TJUg Bf-HRIrr,il ASSITS
roa PKOM POKTLAND, rao
Portland Melt Uk., Denver. Ft.
BiMKlal Worth, Om.ha K.n , ,..
la. m. aa. fll, H4. Irful, r"'
via Hunt- Cliloao and kau.
Eiprea ealt Uka, Denver. PI.
SWp.ro. Worth, Oroalta, Kan
via Iftin J" City. B4. Uil., :
Inston. Chloato and Sett.
it. Paul W.Ha Jl
Pa.t Mall !n. P".''en '
S lAp. m. lana, Pullman, Min- i sota.
fa neapolls, et. Pant,
Bpoaaas Dnliith, Mlleratikee,
Chlene ad jfaat.
OKafS AND HIVKH BtlMKOI'tB
AU teiUaf dates sub
' Jeet to obaage. ,
p.m. Porh.nrranrt.ro r
KxSunday OelumWa Htver t .
To Astoria and Way- Ki.Soir
wpl m hutdlnfs.
a. water nernilulnf. 4 JSP. 0
Ki anISi.. OreeoBtllty.Nowbeif, giJundar
Ki.Sttnday ,fera oorralll. an.i "
ar land s.
. . Willamette and Van. n
TTntir. n "' " MV4
and Sal. Orefon City, Dayton, ,ni"l
" and Way lauillng..
. Mon, Riiarla to Uwlalen Ua"'
K. P. 0
A. L. CIU.IQ.
h.m, Ao,.T for Adrnln.r.,o, (,en.ril, V..,t'n..'. Agt, roBtUPO.Os