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L,ARGKS'V CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY
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TWIOE A WEEK
ST. HELENS, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAR. 27, 1912
$195 IN GOLD TAKEN
Butters Caniht ana Now in Jail at
nkl Man Robbed; Small Pox -,sth of w " un
4 their failure t: meet on said day
I nn in rish Net Left Uacancloas I a coui.k. of very miH of thi'n wi,thin f,vw dtty th,reafter' and
IU',UI - . iSmjill ikiv ,nv,. I,,,,,,!., proceed to view, survey and locate
in St. IMerisund Houlton during mM 'olwl-
the pant few day and precauti
!on aiv being taken by tho au
j thori i ied to prevent the spread of
uesdav afternoon March ' the State Health Board wa8 C C IJarjrer et .1 .freeholder., re
()n U",,uy .pull,.,! ,.,! wo;,, s: H.I, ' 'd,nr in the road ditttnct or dit-
10th at 4 OCWCK, uay. ti.., .;- , . V
.h. .iroJ lir!it hou.ie kcotHT near i uy n1 d 'f J pm m-mary
SSIuU.rh.J.wtaW yardWri. A a .vsult the Doc
Lule of Columbia County, wM , have quarantmcl the Kick
attacked Uy two younK iNowK- i,!.,. act in the center of the county road
ianfl, Je Jn7 fkh rt week, la the meant,,,,; lad,W from YankumtoStanwood's
lUrtaon. lanind up in a Hhl nV'!fV,.r d,,n jH ruim! to le MH 42 rod west and 2 rods 8 feet
rubbed of f 195 and left aloru in f J u ,)Ulh of northeai4t corner of the
hi8 cabin in an uncmwlou. condi-. J J J d ; SE ,.4 of NE M of sec So in Tp 5
tion. The young men abroach-: J llu. ! ; N K 2 W of the Willamette meridi-
J the cabin of the old man with j " UWa i an: tUce in nortl.asterly course
the intention ?f W j u sM Uu. duly of a 8chool 43 rod n.oreor k. to a .take mark-
and after making the trade. Hart- , .... ,jii,u, . ed B": thence due north 39 rod.
m Kave fhompson a ten UuJiar i mor of ,eM toa8take roarked "C"
gold 1.10C0. uoupon J ; thunf, in , northcaHU;rly ,
mftn went to lW t omnto ca n on . , mU,u uf u,e Slatf j hmU more or le to . .take marked
?Wf8 T'unfe low of alt child.vn uul ,,,..1 -ton tion line; thence north
chanire and the- younjr leiiowa . .. . . . ' ... ' n -ction line to a .take marked
Mutter of petition of CC Barsrcr,
et al for a county road.
On thi. 7th day of March, 1912,
come, on for hi'arirtj? the petition of
tricU of nail I propoHt'd road, praying
for theeatMbliahment of a county
remd, dewribed a. follows, to-wit:
Ib-Kinninv at a ntuke marked A'
Mw a pile or Kold which wusa - J -"K" 20 rod. ,uth of M corner
revelation to then. Immediacy . i '1 "U, of action 25 in TP 5 N It 2 west;
grabbing up the net young Hart- '"J ' M 1 J thenn- in a northeasterly courao to
m knocked the old man down 11 hbS: .uke marked "F" iwt on the 1-4
tied Mi hand and feet "d f ' ' f . I, of S ' uf c25 Tp S N R2we.t
wwped him up in th net while ? "a , f Orcgn , 4 corner
JSiNel-on took tho content, to autfy the.u-elve. tluit a;,e, 2T Tp S N K 2 went; thence eaat on
of tho money can. toother with "r""r bf u'.1' u line of ja action 25, to nu ter-
ihotirun. and they loft fjr tho lbeeut-nt , nr a . -r i- linalt taalBke marked G.. 82
. . ... - - u e Thiie r.'ot vj'.:t.'in;ttio:j hiiined
river. Alter gciim? ui on m ? ...
river they threw thu jfjti over- ; ' ' .
hoard and started tor Vagal IJ
UnA The ulann wail 5uJ.vl
anda'd theomeera alonn tl Kiver SalurJ;iy
pro liuntinir when ShvrilfB.it-' ,
lerofWahkiukuComt. Wash, i
discovered them in hU ; Cotlllt
n.inatfmrat a. take marked "G" 82
rwis and 11 fwt east of the uth
we.it corner of the northwest corner
Pueet Island opp.jaitoCai.hlanii;t.
He immediately arrested the t
men and they were Uken to j -
Astoria where Shori.f Thompson; Thursday. March. 7, 1912, 2nd
of this county tfo them Friday. ' Jddiciid Day, Cmrt camu pursuant
They are now in jail at St. Hel-j to Adjournment. OCiwr all pre
ens, havinjf be?n bound over to ,.nt. Iu? proclamation being
the grand jury by Justice I lazen. nude, the following proceeding
I were bad:
Dont for'it t.i attend til U-d of action 25 InTp 5 N 112 west of
1u rSifi'.: ii : l;. V ; i iii!l TA HTi'On tho VV M.
larc'u i. ' And it ttttisfactorily apjK'aring to
C. H, John '& Co. the court from proof filed herein.
that due notice of the pendency of
thin urocleding has been given as
a copy oi the ueciarauon vi
Independence, and when he sees
somethinsr move he thinks is an
animal, to lay down his prun,
light his lantern, blow his horn
and read the Declaration of Inde.
pendence backwards before
ahootinar. This will irive the man
who is'nt a deer, a chance to run
home and crawl under the bed.
A law of this kind would be of
benefit to some of the Rubes who
dont know any more about handl
ing a gun than a dog does about
Ernest Specht. a dairyman on
Sauvies Island died at his home
last Saturday after an extended
illness. He wa9 suffering from
Tuberculosis of the stomach and
had been In the hospital at Port
land for some time and was taken
for trips to Eastern Oregon
and other points but no relief was
insight, so he returned to his
home only last Friday and died
the next day. Mr. Specht was
born in Iowa 41 years ago and has
lived at Woodland Wash, most of
his life, coming to St. Helens
about three years ago. He leaves
a widow and three children, be
sides three brothers and an aged
father. Funeral services were
held at Woodland on Monday
r.-.d burial was had at that place.
1 The Best Building Llaterial O
8 Cement Blocks and Bricktf 8
O , Blocks, 8x8x16 inches . 19 cents y
O . Bricks, per thousand '. 19 dollars; , ! , O
Factory on WILLAMETTE ST.: Sr. Helens O
, YOU ARE INVITED TO CALL AND f
INSPECT THE STOCK ON HAND
LET US FIGURE YOUR BUILDING OR BASEMENT 1 I
T. L. CHITTEM, Proprietor r?
Builder's Supply Company
Feed, Cement, Brict, Sand and Shingk3
Doors and Windows
GENERAL BUILDING SUPPLIES
Phone 42 Warehouse onf Sheldon Dock
Chria Johnson' of ChUskanie
was, in town Friday shaking
hands with the voters.
1rCil i llri ly ,aw Kluired that notices netting
III! Ill ll 1C7 IIIIIC Vt I IV i IWIM 1
would apply to the court .'-r
establishment of raid road were
posted in the most public place, in
the vicinity of said pioponed road,
and that twelve of said petitioners
are legal freeholders of this county
Mr. and Mrs. Martin White are
visiting relativeo in Yamhill Co
unty, " Mr. Ellis Trenary of Hamilton,
Montana, has been visiting his
aunt, Mrs. Martin White.
The Last Person's Shoes
You Admired were undoubtedly
bought at Wellingtons. Look
.u.. over our latest styles lor tnis
rotiiriinir in the road district or dis-
Mutter of jx'tition of J. A. Vatln tricts of the proposed road, and
et ul for a county road. ' t1ttt a g'Mxl and sufficient bond has
.On this day the rejKirt of the been pdven and tiled herein.,
Hoard of tjnty 1U I Viewers on It iii therefore onlered by the
i i..,.i A U'siNnn Kund was read ...,.,t ii ,,t itu. l'minl of County
i n iv w...... ... vuui v
D. T. Cerdes of St. lit lens was , j , n cnurt the fimt time. ' nad Viewers meet at the beginning
Matter of iH tition of Iiouw lloeek. point of said proposed road on the
ct nl for a county road. 1st day of April, 1912. or on their
Ort this 7,h day of March. 1912, failure to meet on said day, then
come on for hearing the petition of within five days thereafter, and
t.oia lioeck. et al. freeholder re- proceed to view, survey ana tocaie
siding in the read district or district na'id 'proposed road,
of said proposed road, praying fori '
the establishment of a county road. , IKtWIUJUVi
described as follows: i ,
twinning at a stake marked A i Miss Josephine r owler isuea
which is located 172 feet south and at Yankton last Saturday and
1 oo feet east of the 1-4 Sec corner Sunday.
n ). pti Hide of nee I'.:?. Township: w i iai.... . ;th a laree force
.... T- J II. . 1 J .
5 North Range 5 West: thence runn-ioj jjer cruisern registered at
Ing in a Nortiiwesieny oirn-n..., the iioleI Tatro, last rriaay.
for a distance of about l;,ot) feet , of llouton was a
to and terminating at a stake murk- . . iat tvil,av and
in town Monday.
0. 1). Hunter moved from
Coble to the Frank Jordan farm
in West Reuben.
Mrs. M. R Morel and eon
George of Tide Creek was in the
the city Monday.
Juy lurtraw un old resident of
this vicinity . returned here
. Tuesday after two years travel
ing from place to place. He
is planning on moving his family
bai k here again.
At a meeting of the Reuben
Whist Club held lost Sa'urdHy
evening at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Jordan. Mrs.
Kitty Withrow and Mr. T. S.
Linton won tho first prizes and
Mrs. M. C. Jordan and Albert
Larson won thu Looby prizes.
After the games a dainty lunch
was served by Mrs. Jordan and
and Mrs Wm. Hyberger.
Mrs. T. S. Linton anti daugh
ter are visiting with friends in
Portland this week.
Mrs. Abe Link and Mrs. Char
lotte Link of Neer City were
visitors in the city this week.
J. M. Lindsay gave a very in
teresting talk on the history of
the Civil War, before the school
in District No. 20 Thursday after
noon. , . !
The .Migaes Dorothy Johns,
Iiis Clear nnd P.urnli'P Mnntcn of
St. Helens, chaperoned by Wash
ington Muckle accompanied Rev.
cd F", which i locate., n-'o ,oci Mr rnmhs had not
season and duplicate your ideals
C. H. John & Co. are going to
have a Red Tag Sale of Onyx
granite ware on Saturday March
Isnt It About Time To Buy
Those Shoes or are you going
to wait for the dance; all styles
at . Wellingtons. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Edwards, of
California, are visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Day
Mrs A. W. Mueller received
a letter from her ; mother, at
Minneapolis, last week contain
ing the sad news of the death of
Mra. Robert Wilson, the grand
mother of Mrs. Mueller.
Whcn Yoith Shoes Pinch And
Cramp. The world looks gloomy.
Try a pair of Wellington s shoe?,
P.H. Roberts of Yankton and
Mrs. Wilmina Prietzel of Canby,
Ore. were united in marriage at
the Court House last Saturday,
Judge Dart officiating.
If Your Grandfather Had
Paid $50; he couldnt have bought
niiW-h cow or hr.
nfflrw or Witt to 8.
Inqulrt t Mist
C. HArjr, M
North of the .Southeast corner of . h &nC gummer, and I a pair of shoes, in the old days
Section a Township . North quite Wrprised at tho , that Wellington sells for $4.00.
5 West of the Willamette Merid.an. ;emw omnn in OUP city. . r
And it satisfac torily appearing to j ..... 1 TUr. Uwe, April loin
thecourtfrom proof filed herein. Jack Smith fiontht Miller
that due notice of the ,H-n1e,icy of i ranch, transacted business i in WANTF.D TO TRADEr
.kia ,.r...dinir hiis lK-en given as Houlton the first oi me vLt . . , No. ,7, co.t
. i,.,. ,.. - . . . . ..
... 1 . ,:-..A tlint fu-r-lve. of n ... m..ui;. u'h.i hn hepn ' An iixmI new, 10 irut mr
I IV IIIHT I . I Ull V , I - 1 I .11 V Ik 1 V J-Vi 1 IOLV I " '
said jH-titioners arelegnl freehouieraj a gurvey party for the past
of this county, residing in th roau month returned home last flion-
district or district 01 me prou day
road, and that a good and sufficient j nn(lprstan( that the third
bond has been given and filed h-re-j nostolfice building
I CU-'I J
bi: . : ri. rnnt these will make nice
airv ouarters for someone.
The hunting season is fast ap-j
preaching, and of course the
r . . . f.l.Kllnl Will'
usual numoer oi , "(
be reported in due time.
We think it would be a good
idea to compel every hunter to
carry a lantern, a fish horn, and
5) fis I- W. Van Natta
'7 CJ&SSQ ' WARREN. OKI. '
v v India Runner. Rouen
and Pelrin I)nrk
v T Bsurred Ptymouth Rocks
W Single-Comb Clack Minorca
I ouiouav uvi.iv
Fast Trains East
Tickets sold and baggage checked through to
Spokane, Montana points. Minneapolis, St. Paul, Chi
cago, Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St Louis, and. all
No change of stations in Portland
Trains from Astoria, and those for
the East use the North Bank Station.
Fares will be auoted. schedules furnished1 and-.
other details given on request. .
(man ilKKf I
w. a COMAN.
Oca. Freight and Panter Aft
J. a DEVENS. Agurt.
THE TEHPTING BITE
is often to be found in
the well kept Grocery
S t o r e especially i f
managed in strict ob
servance, of the Pure
Food Laws, which we
are strict believe a in.
All groceries are sele
cted and bought with
purity as a paramount' condition ' ' 4
AT MRRISOA'S PURE YoOD GROCERY
It is ' therefora ordered by the
court that the nonra 01 vuij
i.,nd Viewers meet at the lieginmng
H)int of said proposed road on the
Bishop Scaddir.g and Rev.
Breck to Gobie Inst Sunday here
the Bishop gave an interesting
The Best Spring Tonic Well
ingtons Prices. -s
T.ari'c 7 room house lor tent. I.f B
tar.l with roo1 oil lr garilen and an.
luuiilani of fmit, elrm in.
tilmbia County AUtract ami Trust
A 1 3 1-2 ineli Mitohell wagon, alo
on .ta Jercy row. Im)uire of Cio.
Wilson, lm Ttenholm, Houlton. toail-
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THE LEADING CONFECTIONERY
No Use Looking Elsewhere
lor Gaudies and Cigars