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Rates between St. Helens and Port lam!, 50 cents one way, 75 cents for the loui'd trip. Tickets go'xl until used. Rl l-avea SI. Ilrilen 7:M. m. HrlU'llll (f I'KVHl PiiltlMUil 2:30 p, in, Aril r nl Si Ilflrin4 4ap.it). C I. IIOUCIfKIRK '" NO RUE. NO STING. ALL R'GHT? SURE THING t OVIDA 5c CIGAR "It's the Weed" PROFESSIONAL CARDS Glen R. Metsker ATTORNEY AT LAW Office ill Blnll Building ST. HELrNS OREGON K. A. ROSS FUNERAL DIRECTOR LICENSED EMBALMER Bank Building , Si. Helen, Or. Buiinra Phone J) Residence R 21 DR. C. K. WADIJ PHYSICIAN ANCJ SURGEON TIIUNE so' , Hutklt llldg. ST. HELENS, ORE. DR. VV. R. DIN 1 1 AM . DENTIST Office m Bint Bmkimg St. Helens Oregon lluiirti bumtay and Kveningi 'I" 1-'; I lu S !)' ApiH.inlmr.it only DU. A. C. 1UCKEK DENTIST . ST. HKI.KNS, ORKOON muckli li ne. DR. L. CILRERT ROSS PHYSICIAN SURGEON OIBph Hunk lll.U. Cr TlpUnq Bull, rhouea vl. iieicns DR EDWIN ROSS PHYSICIAN A SURGEON DCKICK IN HANK III'II.IIIKU St. Helens Oregon T. S WHITE . FUNERAL DIRECTOR l.lCKNHKb KMHAl.MKK Houltoii Oregon DR. ALFRED J, PEEL PHYSICIAN A SURGEON B.l.k Hull.liii! " St. Helens DR. H. R. CLIFF PHYSICIAN A SURGEON i'lione Main 4M A l'.'Mi Km. R. 4V.7 "nVZZUa . Portland, Or. GEORGE H. SHINN , ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. St. Helens Oregon HERBERT W. WHITE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW . St. Helens Oregon W. E. MILLER ATTORN EYATLAW St. Helens ' Oregon 10DCES HOUU'ON CHICLE No W, Women of Woo.lcr.tt, meets the c..i,, an.l fourlh TiiclHy sfleim.ii of eaci .,m..nih at II011IU111, Ore. Amu K. Van Nmiit (luar.llan Nelghlmr llonllon, Or.-, j M, r A, Mm ley JIrk. r CoIiiii.IiIii r.iit'.iiiiiiirnl ,n. "7,1. o . F. meets In 1 lie I o. 11. v. 11. n ..." III. MMoml n,l f.iurlh Tlmrxluy of c.ich mould, rulournm m l'.rur..i. .. . " i.i, num. eor.llally Invlled to meet with u. i.C. Uolwy, Chi. Putriarch. W. KL.fcesley, rkril. AVun Lmlge No 2 (Unguis t I'yiiiina meet every Tiiewlay Evening in an 'le Hall, HI. Helen. Vl-ltlng K. .glil lway WtlomiH. J. UEOHCJE, C. C. A. J. DEMINO, K. of R. & 8. KT HELENS JAJWiK NO. 32. V A MAM, MeeU lit and 3d ' v x Halurditr In each month. Vl.1.1... brother cordially welcomed. John 0 Uage, Mater; R. K. Quick. Secretaiy. Ht. lleletiH Lodge No. H7.I. O. O. P. meets tfkZ5f the I. 0.0 F. build ing, on Hi second and fourth Katurdnva nfetii month, vlalling mi-mlvn arc Iwav given a hearty wel.oine. I.. H. All.o, N. O. J. W. Ade , Keu. MIZIWIl IIAITKIt O. K. H. MeeU In Maw nlo hall '.he iwrt.iitl nil luurtli KHtnr l"Vo. acli month MAHY OKORtiH. 'V M. K. A. l:or..KK. Sn-rHiaM Tllllcum Trlli No 52, Imp'd OHM, of Yankton, Ore, mi-cta at its wlg wm 2nd and 41 h Saturday of each month. Visiting brother alway welcome GEO HYDE, Sac. FRANK BKOWN, C. of R. IT 1 A M. Ile'e a. Atwiuhly No HO.Ui.lie.lArtlsHi.il. met at I. O.O. P Hall, drat and third Pri- lay (veiling" of each month. All vial- ii g A-llaani welcome. Court Ht. Helen, No. ), meet every 2nd A 4ih Thurailays in K. of l. Hall. All meiiiber urged to attend me. ting. Visiting ISio hers nlwavi welcome J . U I'rlUKle. U R M I. Kurd. K. 8. ST. HELENS ROUTE via W.llaiMile Sleaak THE PEOPLES BOAT STR. AIMLRICA Leavci Portland daily - . 2:30 p, m. (Sun. 1:30 p. 111.) Arrivci Si. Helena ... 6:00 p. m. (Sun. 3:111 p. 111.) , Leavci St. I Idem .... 6:15 a. ni. Arrive! Portland .... 10:15 a 111. H. HOLMAN, Agent Main all way landings. Wharf foot Alder -tied. l'hunrai Main 832), A-4204. Frank Wilkin, St. Helens Agent Lu nek At Masons Waffles Sandwiches Short Orders Confectionery Ice Cream tftlt(Vt A FRESH SHAVE Adds tone to any nian. That's why we are so busy aud there are so many tony people in this town. 13 Cants a Ton. LYNCH & GIBBS, St. Helen Oregon A COURT PROCEEDINGS (C'ontlnuod Trim puge .) 1813; And tlio Court being advised In the matter, It la ordered by the Court that the Clerk ho, and ho Is hereby limtriicted to Ihbuo a General Fund Wurrnnt In the b 11 111 of $10 00 In favor of Bald Ada L. i,attln, and a like warrant on tho first day of oach month hereafter, until the fur thor order of IIiIh Court. Whoroupon, Court adjourned unll! Monday, November 30, 1914. MKK! IlltlC! MK.:! VIrK. B' O E. 13. Quitk In 8t. Helena and In sure your property In the OreKim I'lio .Itollef ABHochitlon of McMlnn vlllo, OrcKon. Don't nut it off W. I,. VAItlli:, At. i TKIOABlllKUH NOTICK. All County Warrants endorsed prior to July 1st, 1914, aro called. Interost will atop on name on and after Nov. 1st, 1914. R. S. HaUan, ('ounty Treasurer. NOTICK. I have lout four yearling holfers ! with tho tip of right oar cut off. Two Holestena, one cream colored, one j dark brown. I will nnv rownr.l f,.r ' rocovory of numo. K. F. LAItSEN, Warren. NOTU 'K OK HMM OK TIIK I..WDH Notice Is hereby given that tho Btate Land Hoard of the State of Oregon will sell to the highest bidder at lti omen In the Cupltol building at Sulom, Oregon, on December 22, 1814, at 10:00 o'clock A. M., of said day, all the State's Interest In the tido and overflow lands herein EUROPEAN PLAN AMERICAN PLAN EVERYTHING MODERN AT THE ST. HELENS HOTEL J. GEORGE, Proprietor RATES 1.00 SPECIAL RATES TO "fil " 1 UJJ I ftient. 1 JtAm.v.-wir.Kin ci ficuaia fntnp-i Wants a One girl and one boy wins a and the boy something of equal 10 years of age, write their own and mail the letter to Noah s Ark Prizes Given for Best Letter to Santa You do not need money to make your selections and we will keep them for you. WE ARE TOY LAND We keep our expenses to a minimum the customer gets the benefit. Buy your friend a fancy dish. We have the most complete line in Columbia County. Our prices are low. We sell for cash and sell cheap. If you have not Given u a Trial You Should do to. It will Pay You. SELECTIONS ARE GOOD, NOAH'S ARK, st. Helens, Oregon 5C. AND after described, giving, however, to the owner or owners of any lands abutting or fronting on auch tide lands, the preference right to pur chase said tide and overflow lands at the highest price offered, provid ing such offer Is made In good faith, and also providing that the land will not be sold for, nor any offer there for accepted of less than $7.60 per acre, the Hoard reserving the right to reject any and all bids. Said lands are situate in Columbia Coun ty, Oregon, and described as folows, to-wlt: Hoglnlng at a point 8. 79o 12' B. 973.7 foot from Meander Corner which Is N. Oo 36' W. 1076.00 feet from the quarter corner between Sections 23 and 24, T. 8 N. R. 4 W. W. M. thonce S. 79o 12' 429.8 foot to point on high water mark. 8. 89o 48' E. 163.9 foot to point on high water mark. S. 84o 36' E. 139.1 feet to point on high water mark. 8. 61o 67' E. 126.6 feet to point on high water mark. N. 77o 12' E. 48.1 feet to point on on high water mark. 8. 71o 01' E. 335.00 feet to point on high water mark. S. 8I0 11' E. 98.2 foot to oolnt on high water mark. S. 77o 01' E. 86.6 feet to Dolnt on high water mark. 8. 8S0 31' E. 120.0 feet to point on high water mark. S. C4o 61' E. 161.5 feet to point on high water mark. 8. 79o 51' K. 124.00 feet to point on high water mark. North 100.00 feet to point on low water mark. N. 84o 28' W. 104.00 feet to point on low water mark. N. 70o W. 386.00 feet to point on low water mark. N. 8O0 00' W. 281.00 feet to point on low water mark. ALL BUSSES CALL AT HOTEL AND UP " V REGULAR BOARDERS fYYvfc"GreatcrOrc'goY With naw Kti:iH; 1.... .....1. m CD Urged crrouuiJa. aiul manv A. y ditioo to its faculty, t' t University J ol Oregon will begin r iiirtr-ikiutn ymr 1 uesaiy, September 15. Special traininw far ft..in... nalism, Law, AicJicito. Tca:h:iiB. U- ibl?ry rk' Mu: Architere. I nyucal 1 raioiog auti Fine Art, auu fcironicefrf departmcnu ' liberal education. Library of mot ihao St.tot otnf. io ttnuium, i.tu owllditig fully N w II . AdBiiaiiri.o t-IUtt is; m COUTM 01 coni wCtioa TuiduB Pr. IxriBiirict it mt kltd t women Eim.imi ir.w Writ tot ri-loff tnJ llluul4 booklti, AJtlrfMing Drfliiru, UNIVERSITY OF OREGON euorNe. onraOH Letter! prize, the girl wins a big doll value, the child must be under letter, without any assistance. by noon December 20. do your Xmas shopping now, IOC. STORE 8. 89o 16' W. 202.00 feet to point on low water mark. , N. 77o 00' W. 603.00 feet to point on low water mark. N. 72o 40' W. 102.00 feet to point on low water mark. N. 83o 66' W. 142.5 feet to point on low water mark. South 87.00 feet to the place of beginning, containing 3.3 acres of tide land. . Applications and bids should be addressed to O. O. Brown, Clerk, State Land Board, Salem, Oregon, and marked "Application and bid to purchase tide lands". O. O. BROWN, Clerk State Land Board Dated October 14, 1914. SUMMONS IS TUB CIRCUIT COUIIT OP THE STATE OF OKKGiON FOB COLUMBIA COUNTY- John Callahan, Plaintiff vs. Henry Caron, Defendant To Henry Caron, above named de fendant. In the Name of the State of Oregon you are hereby commanded to ap pear and answer the complaint of the plaintiff filed against you In the above entitled suit on or before the 4th day of December, 1914, which is six weeks after the 23rd day of Oct ober, 1914, the date of the first pub lication of the summons, and if you fall to appear and answer the plain tiff will apply to the Court for the relief prayed for in his complaint, to-wlt: 1. Judgement for the sum of 1900.00 together with Interest there on at the rate of 6 per cent per annum since July 22, 1911, and the further sum of $7.92 for taxes paid on the premises hereinafter describ ed, and for the further sum of $100 as attorney's fees and for the costs and disbursements. 2. For the usual decree for the foreclosure and sale of the mortgag ed premises described in the com plaint' herein, to-wlt: The North west quarter of the southeast quarter (NW14 of SE) of Section Four teen ( 14 y Township Seven (7) north, Range four (4) west of the Willam ette Merldan, in Columbia County, Oregon; and that the proceeds of such foreclosure and rale be applied in payment of the amount found duep lalntiff from the defendant. 8. That the said defendant and all persons claiming tinder him, sub sequent to the mortgage described in the complaint herein, either as pug chasers, incumbrancers, judgment creditors or otherwise, m ay be bar red and forever foreclosed of all right, claim or equity of redemption In said premises and every part thereof, and that said defendant may be adjudged to pay any defi ciency which may remain after ap plying all the proceeds of the sale of said premises properly applicable to the satisfaction of said judgment. This summons is published by order of the Honorable J. A. Eakin, Judge of the above entitled Court, and said order was made and dated the 22nd day of October, 1914, and the date of the first publication of this sumons is the 23rd day of Oct ober, 1914. M. E. MILLER, Attorney for Plaintiff DDate of first publication, Oct. 23, 1914. Date of last publication December 4, 1914. NOTICK OF FINAL ACCOUNT NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN That I, Dan J. Malarkey, Adminis trator of the Estate of Mike Ellis, Deceased, have filed my Final Account and Report as such Admin istrator in the County Court of the State of Oregon for Columbia Coun ty, and that Bald Court has fixed and appointed Tuesday, the 24th day of November, 1914, at 10:00 o'clock A. M., In the Court room of the County Court house in the City of St. Helens, Oregon, as the time and place tor the hearing of objec tions to and the settlement of said Final Account and Report. DAN J. MALARKEY, Administrator of the Estate of Mike Ellis, deceased, Dated, October 21, 1914. Malarkey, Seabrook & Dibble, Attor neys for Administrator. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR COLUMBIA COUNTY John Schlotterbeck, Plaintiff vs Edith A. Schlotterbeck, Defendunt. To Edith A. Schlotterbeck, the above named defendant: IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON: You are hereby required to appear and answer to the complaint filed a- gainst you. In the above entitled suit on or before the 28th day of Novem ber, 1914, and if you fail to answer, the plaintiff will take a decree that the marriage contract now existing between the plaintiff and defendant be dissolved and made void, that the plaintiff be awarded a decree o( divorce against the defendant, that the plaintiff be awarded the custody of the minor child of plaintiff and defendant, Marie Schlotterbeck, and such other and further relief as the Court may deem equitable, as prayed for in the complaint filed herein. Service of this Summons is made up on you by publication, in pursuance of an order of the Honorable J. A. Eakln, Judge of the Circuit Court for Columbia County, State of Oregon, made October 14, 1914, directing such publication in the St. Helena Mist, once a week for six successive weeks, the first publication being October 16, 1914, and the last publi cation November 27, 1914. BEN IRWIN, Attorney for Plaintiff 505 Couch Bide.. Portland Ornirnn ORDINANCE NO. 180. An ordinance providing for the licensing the sale of intoxicating liquors in quanitlea of not less than one gallon, within the City of St. Helens, Oregon, and providing a penalty for any Infraction thereof. The City of St. Helens does ordain as follows: Section 1. (1.) The words "In toxicating liquors" whenever and whereever ' used in this ordinance shall be taken to mean and include spirituous, vinous, fermented, malt or mixed liquors, or fermented cider. (2.) The word "person"- when ever used in this ordinance shall be taken to mean and include a nat ural person of either sex, persons. copartnership, corporations and as- saclatlons of persons, and the sin gular number shall include the plural, and the masculine pronoun shall include the feminine and neu ter. (3.) A wholesale liquor dealer shall be taken to mean any person who sella or in any manner disposes of intoxicating liquors in quantities of not less than one gallon, whether in unbroken packages or otherwise, and not to be drunk on the premises where sold. Section 2. No person shall sell or barter or permit to be sold or bar tered, within the City of St. Helens, Oregon, any intoxicating liquors in quantities of less than one gallon, whether in unbroken packages or otherwise, without first obtaining a retail liquor license, as now provid ed by ordinance 160 of this City. Section 3. No person shall sell or barter, or permit to be sold or bar tered, within the City of St. Helens, Oregon, any intoxicating liquors in quantities of not less than one gal lon and not to he drunk on the premises, $nd herein understood to mean by the wholesale, without first obtaining a license therefor, from the Common Council of said City. from the ommon ouncil of said ity. Section 4.' Every person to whom a license Bhali be granted under the provisions of this ordinance, shall pay into the treasury of said City, the sum of Two hundred and fifty dollars per annum, or a proportion ate amount for any less period; pro vided that no license shall be issued, hereunder, for a less period than three months. Section 6. Any person wishing to apply for such a license shall make a written application to the Common Council of said City of St. Helens, to sell intoxicating l'quors in quanti ties of not less than one gallon and not to be drunk on the premises, which application shall be dated and signed by the applicant and there upon the Common Council of said City may, in its discretion, grant said application and order such li cense to issue for not less than three months, as hereinbefore provided. Section 6. Any person who shall barter, sell or dispose of, in any manner, any intoxicating liquor in quantities of not less than one gal lon, within said City of St. Helens, without first having obtained a li cense thetefor, as herein provided, shall be deemed guilty of a misde meanor, and upon conviction there of.shall be finel In a sum of not less than ' One hundred Dollars, nor more than Two hundred and Fifty dollars, and the City Recorder shall have jurisdiction and is hereby giv en jurisdiction, over any such of fense. Section 7. Any person operating within said City, under any such li cense, who shall sell or dispose of any intoxicating liquor in quantities of less than one gallon; or who al lows or permits any intoxicating liq uor to be drunk on the premises where sold, shall be punished by a fine of Two hundred and Fifty Dol lars, and have his license revoked In the discretion of the Common Cocn ctl of said City. Read the first time in full, Nov. 9, 1914. Read the second time by title only, Nov. 9, 1914. , Read the third time in .full and passed November 16, 1914. Approved November 16, 1914 A. W. MUELLER, Mayor. Attest: B. E. QUICK, Recorder.