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About The Columbia register. (Houlton, Columbia County, Or.) 1904-1906 | View This Issue
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I10ULTON, OREGON TI'IDAY MAY 18, 1000.
SPECIAL ritOX RAIXIEU.
,'wr in atiKMirr of one year from
r on run h irdlf reuliz the
(35 . rv n rr r i o n
i 1 ! ft) :!- in that lime for the bet
oiy u u-oo
Clv. VAZP" '
Men's $9. 75 TOPCOATS Look Likd $ 20.00 Up-Town Coats.
THE LEE The UEST- Hat Made-NEW Shapes.
If Not Right Welch Hakes it Right
TTTT OT-J THE AMERICAN
W IVlvVjn CLOTHIER.
221-223 Morrison Bt. Cor. First. PORTLAND, ORE.
Horn till Boitli
I 1 J
Ladies, Children, Men
Up to.-Thc Piniclc in Style and, at
Ladies Oxfords Talent Lcathor
or light soles, Lace and Bluchercuf, $160.
Ladies' Shoe, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00.
Children' Shoes, from 50c to $2 00.
Mens Shoes, from $1.50 to $:i 50.
We carry Hie Hunker Hill and
Red Bchool House shoe for girU and
boys. Agents for A. A. cutler.
Hanson Three Luke. Chippewa and
1 btetsnus Pacific Loggers. -
BARON'S SHOE STORE
Tel. Bed 1982
GIRTY & ROBEY,
GROCKIUES, FLOUR AND FKED,
DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES
.TRY GOLD LEAF ROASTED COFFEES -PROMPT
WE SOLICIT A SHARE OF YOUR
"A bQUARE DEAL" IS OUR
STATE - BANK
eCapltal $25,oo(tas s
PORTLAND CORRESPOBDENT OREGOH TRUST and SAYIKGS BARK.
4 percent Interest pa'id on Time Deposits and Saving Aocounts
Eactem . Exchango Issued.
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C. 8. Van Auker,
' ' Cashier .
. i it a r b mm mi i t i
i n ifiTC J
$4.95, $7.45, $975' $I2-5.
$14.75, $20.op and $25.00 SUIT
With a Saving to You of $2 to $5 a Suit
ike ttisiut uutoe r-iri
Eest far Chlldru
M-uRY ft GRAHAM.
1 -"0.11111 if " '- -' "
lip, Extension '
if. fi ;
232 Morrison St., bet. Second and Third
Banking Hours U A. m to 4 r. m.
Saturday 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.
W. Cooper Morris,
BenJ W, Reed.
cousb stbuc r-r-n
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PERRY A GRAHAM,
Why This "Oregon-Made" Agitati
A ctltion in being fieely signed r.
ing for (be nomination of It P. Itj rii
of Rainier on an independent t'u 1
for the rfllce of county commls-io: t-r.
Mr. It. l Burns Is a well to do rac. : t r
out buck of Rainier. Hi omin' !'
and election la nnenftl'e fai'lors i '
would l uuike riiuisti.ia eoutity
greater and better, lie U geograjilil
cally located In the proper place.
'As Cluti-katiie has cue of the
cflcumlssiiMier, upper end of the county
has Hie county judge and the Aider of
the county la entitled to representation
in the board of tuttnul&riouers. Mr.
urns ia a good business man, but not
a pollution, and If elected would do
UHtlce to all parts of the county as well
as to all men.
P irni; nful burns there is nothing
like DeWitt's Witch Haiel Salve on the
market iee that you get the genuine.
Aek for DeWitls.. Uood, to , for sun
burn, cuts, bruixes, and especially rec-
oinended for piles. The namo E. O.
Dewitl &to. Uhicago, is on every box.
I'KHUY & UKAliAM,
School entertainment Ht the Houlton
Opera House, Houlton, Friday evening
May 25, 1000. Program to consist of
dialogues and music. Performance
will begin at 8:30 sharp. Ieo
served after the program
or the benefit of school library fund
Have vou pains in the. hack, intiam
asion of any kind, rheumatism, fainting
spells, indigestion or constipation, lloll-
iBter s Kooky .Mountain, lea makes you
well. kee8 you well: 33 cents. Ask
Elat orate arrangements have beeu
made for amusement, nud n great deal
of prize money is to bo distributed at
the "Madelu Orcgo i" show. The con
tests will be the most interesting that
-have ever been attempted. An.lntcrest-
Imr contest is now in nrotrress for the
positions of Queen of the Carnival and
Miss Columbia who are to preside over
the rnagnlflclent array of floats. Thou
sands of flower girls will attend the
royal courts and the automobile floral
parade is expected to outdiatnnoe any-
thing in the line of fiestas that have
ever been seen in romami. Any
young lady who would like to present
her claims and charm fir ttie position
of Miss Columbia on the peace float ta
Invited W send In her photograph
Special rates from all Oregon towns are
advertised by the railroads. The rate
for tho round trio will be a fare and
third of the regular fares both ways.
G. W.Fouts. Tostmaster at Riverton.
Ia. nearly lout his life nud was robbed
of all comfort, according to his letter
which says: "For ill) years 1 had
chronio liver complaint hie,h led to
auch a seveio easa of jaundh'e that even
my flneer nails turned yellow; when
my doctor persciihcd Eleetrlo Bitters
which eured me ad have kept me well
for eloven." Sure cure for billiounnexs
neuralgia,, weckness and all stomach,
liver; kidney and bladder deiatige
ment.1 A wonderful tonic, 6o cents.
PERRX ft GRAHAM,
iii i', , i , mi ii i nn re dtpsble to
tliUii h n-wiip'r nnio ; mi ihU
illieciw, CI. KKfelknecht will
ri.te pHce thU week and tell reader
:!.e I: glitter Jut what drarol l, or
", Kuliiler, U doing, and what the
1 1 lunlucM men intend to do in the
Ilulnier bos so many diversified in
(! ;iilrlet now being develoHd that
d ud to upbuild both town and couu
1 7 that will make it the leading town
U'lwmi Potllaud nd Astoria. The
rjiv tuuteriul Is here uid onfy needit to
t Hurned Into commoditiei of ustful
i "-n. The fucilitlci of transportation
i i market are the best to be had and
; Hal ha poured into Rainier In an
-tinted manner and now the era of a
mfy, licidlhy boom Is on.
'i'hl being so the writer will give
: ;ei;ews of a week end incidentally
fiiilou progress made upon the
vrid enterpriw-s now in full blast,
; 'i of which a live town deserves.
It is with pleasure that we announce
ii.e activity in the Howard logging
camp and Kaw mill, located, nome-
thing like three mill's back of Rainier
Mr. Howard lias tomewhfre Iq the
i Iglibfirhood of 35 men in hU emp!y
w and liaulrf hU sawed product to the
iy, when It goes to all markets by
I'otli rail and water. Mr. Howard has
the reputation of being a careful busi-
: n'-sn man, prompt in bis dealing and
j roduces an A No. 1 urticle.
Mr. Rocky U another geutlemau
vhobsput many thoiixands of dob
l.ir.-t tiito circulution in this town by
and through hU lodging c; mp, also a
few rniics back of Ruiuier. Mr. Rocky
La been compelled to cut more tlni
I vr, he having lodged off all standing
timber in the vicinity of his old camp,
siid fur that purpose has becu exlend-
ii g bin loaning railrnud backiuto more
virgin timWr. He hai?ei-uretl a vast
'.r;tot the trees having never beeu bark
e.!, sud villi his fim facilities can
" pall big log iuto the Columbia
: 1! -! SnHiuioii ia to ftnrt tip
u,: . . : v. 1 1 si-.-l r-rs I ! v t- - I
Tho Oregon Lumbering company,
successors to Messrs Yeon-Pelton, are
running their two camps ubout 7 miles
from town full blast. Logs are being
dumped into the Columbia river in
rapid shape, delivered there on cars
hauled by monster locomotives. This
tirm employes about 150 men at present
auu has been a factor or no mean im
portauce to the welfare of Rainier.
The Willard-Case Lumber Company
Is rushing work in its camp and saw
mill and, when in July, the present
timber is exhausted, they will move
camp nearer town, they employ lots of
men and this company is one of the
stand-bys to Rainier. '
The C. C. Wilson camp is also a bee
hive of industry and their mill below
town Is kept busy tawing.
Matt O'Conner, who has purchased
the Kinnon logging road, has just
finished a mile of new road leading into
fair timber. An 2: toil Cabinet loco
motive has arrived ami the track is
lain with new steel railing. This is
only a mile below town, near the
location of the Columbia River Sash
and Door Factory.
Last Monday the Campbell Bros,
from the Sound received their uiachin-
eiy for a logging camp which is about
two miles from town. Ibis fir in in
The season's first cold
may be slight may yield
to early treatment, but the
next cold will hanjr on
longer; it will be more
troublesome,' too. Un
necessary to take chances
on that second one. Scott's
Emulsion is a preventive
as well as a cure. Take
when colds abound and
you'll have no cold. Take it
when the cold is contracted
and it checks inflamma
tion, heals, the. membranes
of the . throat and lungs
and drives the cold out.
Send for free simple.
SCOTT & BOWSE, .Chemists
' 409-413 Pearl Street. New York .
0c and $1,00 , .All druggists .
Makes delicious hot biscuit,
griddle cakes,'rblls and muffins.
Aa afcsolotdy pare, cream cf tartar pow&r
JtOYAl. SAKINQ PCWDtS
tends to commence operations in
about two weeks or as soon as tbeir log
ging road reacbet their timber.
The Snyder-Nordby shingle mill em
ploys many bauds and ship to allparb
of the west. The' mill is in clote prox
imity to the sash and door factory and
ia running full blast.
Never did Rainier do a wiser tran
saction then when it secured the Col
umbia River Bah Door Factory
reveral years agx This industry never
stops only wheu a relentless fire de
stroyed it something like four years
ao. But through the efforts of Mr.
V. D. Plue he reorganized the concern
and made it stronger, secured a new
site and enlarged its capacity. The
products of this factory go loth by rail
and water to every point of the compass
and by and through the channels of
the vast number of employees at work,
mauy thousands of dollars are put iuto
circulation iu Raiuier. i
Another money maker for Riinier Is
the Rainier Mineral Soap Company, of
which Dean Blanchard is President,
R. A. Treston, Vice-President, L. B.
Thomas Hecretary' and Parker Sten
nick, treasurer and general manager
The factory is a building CO feet square
i!, ! t!,r- :'..!r- l.' -'t, .1." ni the
LVau Blaiicllurd saw u.i.Iou tLii"iiVei
front. The sales of tins wonderful
cleansing wap is rapidly increasing, I
taking in territory as far fast us
Chicago and Buffalo. Everything is
running smoothly iu this establioh-
meut and increased facilities will have
to be nddtd to supply the output.
A Clear Complexion and Bright Eyes.
In most cases a sallow blotched com
plexion and dull heavy eyes are due to
poor digestion and an inactive liver.
Urino Laxative Fruit Syrup aids diges
tion and stimulates me nver anu
bowles and makes the complexion
smooth and clear. Onno Laxative
Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe
and is mild and pleasant to take. Re
Girty & Robey.
The tenth Iowa congressional Re
publican convention refused to com-
meud President Roosevelt Tor appoin t
ing Mr. Shaw as Secretary of the
Treasury. The Presideut and becre-
tary may settle between themselves
which is the victim of the snub.
A cure may be effected by applying
Chamberlain's. Salve as Foon as the
child is done nursing. 'Wipe it off
with a aoft cloth before allowing the
child to nurse. Many trained nurses
use this salve with the best results.
Price 25 cents per box. Sold by
Perry & Graham.
The American ben, pluming herself
on the eulogy recently delivered upon
her usefulness by a congressman, has
now entered the lists as a trust buster.
Fourlei omillion two hundred thousand
eggs were shipped Into Chicago in one
rinv and the beef trust is s.Id to be
Deaths from Apppendidtis.
decrease in the same ratio that the use
of Dr. Kinu8 rew Life puis increases
thev save vou irom danger and Drinir.
ouick and painless release from consti
. . . . hi- . .. i : .
pation anu ine ins growing oui vi u.
Strength and vigor always follow their
use Guaranteed 25c. Try them.
PERRY & GRAHAM.
Gary, Inda, has taken a census and
discovered that it already has a. popu
lation of 100,000 though hardly a
shovel has been turned. A9 wion as
they get up a few shacks, the popu
lation will easily be 1,000,000.
A good complexton is impossible with
the stomach out of order. If pusty
sallow people would nay more attention
to their stomachs and less to the skin
on their faces, they would have better
coninlexionB. KOUULfUK lUSftf.
sIA will digest whac you eat and put
nr ttoniach back in the right shape to
do its own .work. Kodol Mievea palpi
tation of the heart, flatulence, sour
stomach, heart burn. etc. Sold by
PERRY & GRAHAM. - - ,
CO. NEW YOAK .
Ohio's state food commifslouer lias
wrought consternation among certain
manufactures of soda water syrups,
by announcing that henceforth "fruit
flavors" must be flavored with fruits.
Sciatica Cored After Twenty Years of
For more than twenty years Mr. J.
B. Massey of, 522 Clinton Street M;n-
neapolis, Minn, was tortured by siatka.
The pain and suffering which be en
dured during this time is Iieyoud com
preuension. othinir gave him any
permanent releif until he used Cham
berlains Pain Balm. One application
f that linniment relieved the pain and
made sleep and rebt possible, and less
than one bottle has effected a perma
nent cure. If troubled with sciatica or
rheumatism why not try a 25-cent
bottle of Pain Balm and see for yourself -
how quickly it relieves the pain. For
Some one makes the wholly sup :r, .
fluous anuonucenient that Carnegie
will provide Ban Fiancis-co's new
libraries. The logic of the " situation .v
made any other assumption im- '
Not if as Rich as Rockefeller
If you had oil the money of Rocke-,
ft-l'er the Standard OiLniagnate, you
not buy a Ix'tH r medicim than
iiti.U-ra.il I ...-:. (.;.-.. . ar.d
Diarrln ea Remedy. Tin: uiual. eminent
hysician cannot persenbe a better
preparation for colic and diarrhoea,
both fur children and adults. The uni
form success of this remedy has shown
it to be superior to all others. It never
fails and when reduced with water and
sweetened it is uleaeant to take. Every
family should be supplied wtth it.
PERRY & GRAHAM.
Japan's earthquake expert?,, now en-
route to San Francisco, should be able
to give useful advice. Iu Japan, an
earthquake comes along so often that
the inhabitants are lonesome without
It is possible to obtain releif from
chronic indigestion and dyspepsia by
the use of KOlOL FOR DYSPEPSIA.
Some of the most helpless cases of long
standing have yielded to it. It enables
you to digest the food you eat and exer
cises a corrective influence, building up
the elliciency ot the digestive organs.
1 he stomach is the boiler wherein the
steam is made that kts up your
ritulity, health and Ftrength. Kodol
digests what yon eat. Makes the stom
ach sweet puts the boiler in- condition
to do the work uature demands of it
gives you relief from digestive disorders
and puts you in shape to do your best,
and feel your best. Sold by
PERRY & GRAHAM,
Nothing seems to make a neighbor
quite so impatient as the happy trust
ing confidence a woman has in the
husband who doesn't deserve it,
Have you weeknes of any kind .
Stomach, back, or any organs of tl e
body? Don't dope yourself with ordi
nary medicine. . Uollistern Rocky
Mountain Tea is the supreme curative
power. 3"i cents, Tea or Tablets. Aek
When the weatiier bureau predicts
rain three days in succession, and it
fails to materialize, it turns about and
predicts clear weather. That brings
A torpid, inactive liver can produce
I more bodily ills than almost anything
else. It is good to clean the syBtein out
occasionally. Stir the liver up and get
into shape generally. Tin best results
jire derived from the use of DeWitt'B .
Little Earlv Risers. Reliable, effective
pleasant pills with a reputation, Never
gripe, bold by
PERKY & UKAIIAM,
All things earthly must come to an
ind-even the Senate debate on the
Rallroiid Rate bill.
. Mrs. Sue Martin, an old and respected
resident of Faisona, Miss, was sick with
stomach trouble for more than six
mouths. ' Chamberlains Stomach and
Liver Tablets cured her. She says: '-I
cau now eat any thing I want and am
the proudest woman in the world to
find such a good medicine." For talc
PERRY & GRAHAM, ;