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ST. HELENS MSlT, FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1915.
WANTED FRESH COW8. ! We will buy your Fresh Cow, If I est satisfactory, or soil you one. Afrlto or phone, Clover Hill Farmi. j J Deer Inland, Oregon. Str. IRALDA Rates between St. Helens and Port land, 50 cents one way, 75 cents for the round trip. I Tickets good until used. llonttavM St. Ileleni 7:55 . m. llHtuinli!(j leaves Portland 2:30 p. ni. Arrive t St Helens 4 -45 p. iu. C I. HOOCHKIRK NO BITE, NO STING. ALL RIGHT? SURE THING I OVIDAj 5C CIGAR PROFESSIONAL CARDS E. A. ROSS FUNERAL DIRECTOR LICENSED EMBALMER Bank Building St. Helena, Ore. Butinett Phone 2) Residrncc R 29 DR. C. K. WADK PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON MONS 99 Muchl BUIg. ST. HELENS, ORE, DR. W..R.DINHAM DENTIST Office in Bank Building St. Helens ' Oregon llcmrt SuniUy anil Kvcningi 9 to 12 j 1 to J by ApM)intncnt only DR. A. C. TUCKER DENTIST ST. HELENS, OREGON MiirKLi m. no. DR. L. GILBERT ROSS PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Ofnc Ban. fll,.,. gt IJeleng DR EDWIN ROSS PHYSICIAN A SURGEON OFFICE IN BANK IM'Il.DINU St. Helens - Oregon 7. S WHITE FUNERAL DIRECTOR l.lCKNHKO MBAI.MEB Iloultou Oregon DR. ALFRED J. PEEL PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Bank Hulldlni St. Helens DR. H. R. CLIFF PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Prions Main 438 AIM: Rel. K. 40M nuWlv Portland, Or. GEORGE H. SHINN ATTORN EY-AT-LAW St. Helens- i Oregon HERBERT W. WHITE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW St Helens Oregon M. E. MILLER ATTORNEY-AT-LAW St, Helens Oregon "It's the Weed" j SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION IN FOHKCIXMCItK OK TAX LIEN. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, tor Columbia County. Goo. H. Shlnn, plaintiff vs. Charles Coloan and also all other persons or purtlos unknown claiming any right, tltlo, estate, Hen or Interest In the roal estate described In the complulnt horeln, dofendents. To Charles Colean, the owner of the legal and recorded title of the real property heroin described, as the same appears of record, and also all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, tltlo, estate lien or Intorest in the roal estate describ ed In the complaint herein, the above named defendant. In the Name of the State of Oregon: You are hereby no'fled that Geo. H. Shlnn, the holder of Certificate of Dellnqulncy numbered 90 Isuued on the 3rd day of October, 1911, by the Tax Collector of the County of Columbia, State of Oregon, for the amount of Twenty-six and 34-100 (126.34) dollars the same being the amount then due and delinquent for taxes for the year 1910 togother with penalty, Interest and costs thereon upon the real property assessed to you, of which you are the owner as appears of record, situated tn said County and State, and particularly bounded and described as follows, towlt: The northwest quarter of the southwest quarter (NW4 of 8WK) of Section Twenty-three (23) Town ship Five (5) North of Range Three (3) West of the Wlllume'te Meridian , In Columbia County, State of Ore-, gon. You are further notified that said Geo. H. Shlnn has paid taxes on said promises for prior and subsequent years with the rate of Interest on said amounts as follows: Year's tax, 1911, date paid, March 13, 1912, tax receipt No. 1742, amount $26.03, rate of Interest 12 per cent. Year's tax, 1912, date paid, April 2, 1913, tux receipt No. 3012, amount $21.68, rate of Interest 12 per cent Year's 'ax 1913, r m 111 "Th 31, 1914, tax receipt No. 3326, amount, $40.90, rate of Interest 12 per cent. Year's tax 1913, date paid Septem ber 29, 1913, fire patrol, amount $1.20, rato of lntorost, 12 per cent. Year's tax 1914, date paid, Septem ber 23, 1914, fire patrol, amount, $4.80, rate of Interest 12 per cent. Said Charles Colean as the owner of the legal tltlo of the above de scribed property as the same appears of record, and each of the other porsons above named are horeby further notified that Goo. H. Shlnn, who has filed his complaint In the above enllted Court for the foreclosure of said certificate of de linquency No. 90., will apply to the Circuit Court of the County and State aforesaid for a decree foreclosing the Hen against the property above de scribed, and mentioned In said cer tificate. And you are hereby sum moned to appear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons exclusive of the day of said first publication, and defond this action or pay the amount due as above shown together with costs and accrued Interest, and In case of your failure to do so, a decree will be ren dered foreclosing the lien of said taxes and costs against the land and premises above named. This summons Is published by ord er of the Honorable J. A. Eaktn Judge of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for the County of Columbia, and said order was made and dated the 23rd flay of December 1914, and the date of the first pub lication of this summons Is the 26th day of December, 1914. All process and papers In this pro ceeding may be served upon the un dersigned residing within the State of Oregon, at the address hereafter mentioned. J. W. DAY, Attorney for the Plaintiff. Address Bank Dulldlng, St. Helens, Oregon. NOTICH TO CREDITORS. In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Columbia County. In the Matter of the estate of Frank A. Swangren, deceased. NOTICE is hereby given, by the undersigned, the administrator of the estate of Frank A. Swangren, de ceased, to the credit rs of, and all persons having claims against, said estate, to present them with the proper vouchers, within six months from hte date of this notice, to the said administrator, at his office at St. Helens, Columbia County, Ore gon, the same being the place for the transaction .of the business of said GBttXtO L. R. RUTHERFORD. . Administrator of the estate of Frank A. Swnngren, decoasod. Dated December 18th, 1914. FIRE I FIRE! FIRE I FIRE! Soe E. E. Quick In St. Helens and In sure your property In the Oregon Fire Relief Association of McMlnn vllle, Oregon. Don't put It off. W. L. VARUEN, Agt. ORDINANCE NO. DD'Ji'cription. Lot 21, Block 47, St. Helens, Lot 22, Block 47, St. Helens, lll.M k 00, In St, Description. Lot 2, Block CO, St. Helens, Lot 3, Block 60, St. Helens, Lot 4, Block 60, St. Helens,. Lot 6, Block 00, St. Helens, Lot 6, Block 60, St. Helens, Lot 7, Block 60, St. Helens. Lot 8, Block CO, St. Helens, Lot 9, Block 60, St. Helens, Lot 10, Block 60, St. Holens, Lot 11, Block 60, St. Helens, Lot 12, Block 60. St. Helens, Lot 13, Block 60, St. Helens. Lot 14, Block 60, St. Helens, Lot 16, Block 60, St. Helens, Lot 16, Block CO, St. Helens, Lot 17, Block 60, St. Helens, Lot 18, Block 60, St. Helons, Lot 19, Block 60, St. Helens, Lot 20, Block 60, St. Helens, Section 2. That Ordinance No. 176, having been passed for the iden tical purpose for which this one is Intended, but being erroneous, Is therefor, hereby ropoalod. Read the first time November 30th, 1914. NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS HELENS, TO BOND Notice is hereby given, that all persons owning property in Sewer District No. 3, of the City of St. Hel ens, Oregon, and who aro assessed for the Eewer Improvements now completed In said Dlstilct, In the sum of $25 or more, may nt any time within twenty days from the date of the first publication of this NOTICE, file with the Recorder of the City of St. Helens, a written ap plcation to pay such assessment In Installments; and upon the filing of such application and the waiver of all irregularities and defects, juris dictional and otherwise in the pro ceedings to make such Improve ments, for which such assessments are levied, and in the apportionment f the cost thereof, such cppllcantu and property owners may have the option to pay such aoesments in ten equal annual Installments, with in terest at the rate of six per cent per annum, payable annually. That the boundaries of Sewer Dis trict No. 3, of the City of St. Helens, Oregon, aforesaid, are as follows, to wlt: Beginning at the intersection of the south line of Willamette streot with the east line of Winter street, in St. Helens, Oregon, and running thence westerly along tho south line of Wlllametto street, 600 foot to the contcr of Hemlock street; thouco northerly on the center line of Hemlock street, 196 feet; thence westerly 140 feet to the common cor ner of lots 2, 3, 20 and 21, In block 60; thence southerly along the cen tor line of said block, 68 foot; thence westerly and parallel with Wlllam etto stieot, 140 feet o the center of Walla Walla street; thence northerly on the center llr.e of Walla Walla street 620 feet to the center of Wyoth street; thence oastorly along the center of Wyeth street, 140 feet; thence northerly and parallel with Walla Walla Btreet 272 feet; thence easterly and parallel with Wyeth NOTICE OF SALE OF TIDE LANDS Notice Is hereby given that the State Land Board of the State of Or egon will sell to the highest bidder at Its office In the Capitol Building at Salom, Oregon, on February 9, 1915, at 10:00 o'clock a. m., of said day, all the State's Interest In the tide and overflow lands hereinafter described, giving, however, to the owner or owners of any lands abut the preference right to purchase said tide and overflow lands at the high est price offered, provided such offer Is made In good faith, and also pro viding that the land will not be sold for, nor any offer therefor accepted of less than $7.60 per acre, the Board reserving the right to reject any and all bids. Said lands are situated tn Columbia County, Oregon, and de scribed as follows, towlt: Beginning at a point 7(4.9 feet south cf the quarter corner between Sections 14 and 16, T. 8 N. R. 4 W. of W. M., thence on high water me ander line as follows: S. 49o 37' E. 765.0 feet along high tide lne. ' S. 66o 17 E. 624.6 feet along high tide line S. 60o 27' E. 316.3 feet along high tide line S. 60o 18' E. 378.8 feot along high tide line S. 63o 28' E. 206.7 feetalong high tide line S. 67o 63' E. 486.3 feet along high tide line S. 71o 33' E. 628.0 feet along high 'tide line S. 72o 69' E. 433.7 feet along high tide line - , N. 89o 32' E. 76.8 feet along high tide line S. 71o 69' E". 138,4 feet along high tide line 181-Conlinued. Owner Assi-cemont. Annta M. Richardson .... . 116.73 Annlo M. Richardson 166..76 , Helens, Oregon. Owner Assessment. W. B. Dlllard $ 66.70 Oregon Wood Co 66.71 Oregon Wood Co G6.70 Wm. Brlnn 66.70 Wm. Brlnn 66.70 Wm. Brlnn 66.70 Wm. Brlnn 66.70 Wm. Brlnn 66.71 A. B. Lake 66.70 C. E. Lake 66.70 C, E.Lake 100.06 A. B. Lake 83.38 Wm. Brlnn 83.38 Wm. Brlnn 83.38 Wm. Brlnn 83.38 Wm. Brlnn 83.38 Wm. Brlnn 83.38 Oregon Wood Co 83.38 W. B. Dlllard 83.39 Read tho second time, by tltlo only, November 30th, 1914. Read the third time December 7th, 1914, and passed. Approved December 7th, 1914. A. W. MUELLER, Mayor. Attest: E. E. QUICK, Recorder IV KEWER DISTRICT NO. 8, St. KKWKR AHSESMENTS. street, 100 feet to the west line of Hemlock street; thence northerly along the west line f Hemlock street, 446 feet to the center line of West street; thence westerly along the center line of West street, 240 feet to the center of Walla Walla street; thence northerly on the cen ter line of Walla Walla street, 214 feet; thence easterly and parallel with West street, 140 feet to the common corner of loU 3, 4, 19 and 20. In hWk 4 nf Tnliimhla Tolr uw a yan vi luq viiy 01 01. neiens; thence northerly and parallel with Walla Walla street, 174 feet to the common corner of lots 6, 7. 16 and 17 of said block 4; thence easterly and parallel with West street, 140 feet to the center of Hemlock street; thence northerly on the center line of Hemlock street 290 feet, more or lesB, to the north line of said Col umbia Park; thence easterly on the north line thereof, 840 feet to the center line of Oak street; thence southerly along the center ne of Oak street 678 feet to the center line of West street; thence westerly on the center line of West street, 40 feet; thence southerly and parallel with Oak street, 214 feet; thence westerly and parallel with West street, 100 foet to tho common cor ner of lots 8, 9, 14 and 15 In block 30, of St. Helens; thence southerly and parallel with Oak street 644 feet to the couth line of Wyeth street; thence westerly on the south line of Wyeth street 100 feet to the north west cornor of block 31 o: St. Hol ens; thence southerly along the west line of block 31 of St. Helens, 718 feet to the place of beginning. E. E. QUICK, Recorder. By o der of the Common Council of the City of St. Helens, Oregon. Date of first publication, Decem ber 18, 1914. Date of last publication January 8, 1915. S. 81o 19' E. 201.6 feet along high tide line S. 78o 58 E. 409.3 feet along high tide line S. 79o 33' E. 854.4 feet along high tide line S. 83o 45' E. 164.5 feet along high tide line S. 42o 61' E. 39.0 feet along high tide line S. 7So 07' E. 332.8 feet along high tide lino S. 83o 10' E. 270.4 feet along high tide line S. 80o 56' E. 416.9 feet along hgh tide line S. 85o 94' E. 356.0 feet aong high tide Hue N. 8Go 68' E. 80.4 feet along high tide lino N. 67o 58' E. 231.3 feet along high tide line N. 65o 27' E. 300.0 feet along high tide line N. 60o 07' E. 160.0 feet along high tide line to pt. on porpendiculnr bank. - S. 67o 15' W. 160.00 feet along low tide land. S. 65o 27' W. 300.0 feet along low tide line S. C8o 13' W. 231.3 feet along low tide line S. 74o 21' W. 85.0 feot along low tide line N. 89o 02' W. 361.0 feet along low tide line N. 81o 46' W. 416.0 feet along low tide line N. 77o 29' W. 653.5 feet along low tide line N. 80o 07' W. 147.6 feet along low tide line N. 78o 16 W. 1204.0 feet along low tide land. N. 81o 19' W. 201.6 feet along low tide line N. 76o 33' W. 135.0 feot along low tide land. N. 83o 48' W. 76.0 feet along low tide land. N. 73o 64' W. 433.8 feet along low tide land. N. 72o 06' W. 628.0 feet along low tide land. N. 67o 46' W. 486.3 feet along low tide land. N. 65o 08' W. 206.0 feet along low tide land. N. 62o 62' W. 379.0 feet along low tide land. N. 69o 00' W. 316.4 feet along low tide land. N. 54o 18' W. 624.6 feet along low tide land. N. 60o 14 W. 736.0 feet along low tide land. N. Oo 36' E. 42.0 feet to point of beginning, containing 3.85 acres of tide land fronting on the property of Millie Taylor in Lots 6, 6, 7 of Sec tion 14 and Lot 1 of Section I'i and Lots 1 and 2 Section 24, T. 8 N. R. 4 W. of W. M. Applications and bids should be addressed to G. G. Brown, Clerk State Land Board, Salem, Oregon, and marked "Application and bid to purchase tide lands." G. G. BROWN, Clerk State Land Board. Dated November 23, 1914. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an execution In fore closure duly Issued by the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the County of Columbia, State of Oregon, dated the 8th day of December, 1914, In a cer tain action in the Circuit Court for said County and State, wherein John Callahan, as plaintiff recovered judgment against Henry Caron as defendant, for the sum of $1007.92, together with interest thereon, at the rate of 6 per cent pet annum since the 22nd day of July, 1911, and the costs and disbursements tax ed at $30.00: NOTICE is hereby given that I will, on Saturday, the ninth day of January, 1915, at the front entrance of the Court House in St. Helens, Oregon, at 10 o'clock in the fore noon of said day, sell at public auc tion to the highest bidder for cash, the following described property tjwit: The Northwest quarter of the southeast quarter (NW of SE) of Section Fourteen (14), Township Seven (7) North, Range Four (4) West of Willamette Meridian, the same being situated In Columb'a County, Oregon. The said property taken and levied upon as the property of Henry Caron, will be sold as aforesaid, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the said judgment in favor of John Callthnn against Baid Henry Caron, with interest thereon, togeth er with the costs and disbursements that have or may accrue. C. H. JOHN, Sheriff. Dated and first published this 11th day of December, 1914. Last Publication, January 8, 1915. PROBATE. In the County Court of the State of Oregon for Columbia County. Mike Zenadlos Ellis Estate. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed ad ministratrix of the estate of Mike Zenadlos Ellis deceased, by the Cir cuit Court of the State of Oregon for Multnomah County, and has quali fied. All persons having claims against said estate are hereby noti fied to present same to me at Room 1502 in Yeon Building, Portland, Oregon, with proper vouchers and duly verified within six months from the date hereof. Dated and first published Decem ber 4, 1914. LENA ELLIS, Administratrix. Malarkey, Seabrook and Dibble, Attorneys. SUMMONS. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Colum bia. Katherlne M. Livingston, plaintiff, vs. Calvin Andrew Livingston, de fendant. Calvin Andrew Livingston, the above named defendant: In the name of the state of Oregon,' you are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed against you In the above entitled court and cause, on or before the 20th day of January, 1915,, which Is six weeks after the 8th day of January, 1915, the date ordered for the first publi cation of this summons, and if you fall to so appear and answer, the plaintiff will apply for the relief prayed for In his complaint, towlt: For a decree dissolving the marriage contract heiotofore and now exist ing between the plaintiff and the de fendant herein, and restoring to plaintiff her maiden name of Kath erlne M. Schmidt, and her costs and disbursements Incurred in the suit. This summons Is published by order of the Hon. J. A. Eakln. Judee of the above entitled court, made and entered on the 6th day of Jan uary, 1916 DAN E. POWERS, Attorney for Plaintiff. 913 Lewsl Building, Portland, Ore. 1st Pub. January 8, 1915. Last Pub. January 19th, 1916. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Columbia County. In the Matter of the estate of Nells RasmusBen, deceased. . NOTICE is hereby given, by the undersigned,, the administrator of the estate of Nells Rasmusson, de ceased, to the creditors of, end all persons having claims against, said estate, to present them with the proper vouchers, within six months from the date of this notice, to the said administrator, at Scappoose, Columbia County, Oregon, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate. RASMUS RASMUSSEN, Administrator of the estate of Neils Rasmussen, deceased. Dated December 25, 1914. Cooling by Flame. It Is bard to uppreclate that Ore has widely different degrees of beat, for every burning blaze seems to have the extreme hent of flre. jet the Same of burning alcohol is uetually used for cooling purposes In one moke of search light because the ulronol flame is not neurly so but as the point of flre at the center of tbc searchlight A good searchlight needs to bave Its lamp as small as possible, and the nearer it Is to Just a point of light, though still having Intense llgbt. the farther can its beams be thrown. Tbe only way to concentrate tbe light Is to raise tbe degree of heat of tbe llgbt source, such as an electric arc, but In tense bent Is likely to result In melt ing tbe whole apparatus. Tbe above seurchtlgbt succeeds In highly conctftitrntlng tbe llgbt source, and then to preveut this concentrated ilgbt from melting everything near It alcohol vapor Is fed round It Tbe al cohol vapor burns of course, but as it naturally burns at a temperature far lower tbnn thnt of tbe electric are it acts something like the water jacket of an automobile engine and prevents tbe tnetiil nnii glass of tbe searchlight from becoming excessively bot Satur day Evening Post Beautiful Kashmir. It bns been said that India la tbe brightest Jewel In tbe British crown. But one cannot realize the brightness of the gem to tbe full until one has so journed for a space In tbnt veritable dreamland situated In tbe wedge of mountains forming tbe north center boundary of that peninsula. No other country In the world can boast of such a diversity of scenery or Is so full of beauty spots as the valleys and op lands of Kashmir. Snow covered mountains, pine clad bills, rushing tor rents, clear streams, limpid lakes and broad alluvial plains all combine to make op this wonderland, which forms the summer haunt of many Jaded plainsmen from the sultry canton ments of India. Of late, alas, the ubiquitous globe trotter has discovered It and his excessive supply of cash brings higher prices, silk socks and white waistcoats Into a paradise where "boiled sblrts" and other ap purtenances of an evil civilization should never have been allowed to pen etrate. Wide World Magazine, Yes, Ha Was In. Tbe collector was after a deadbeat and there were rumors that be was In more serious trouble even than ow ing debts. Tbe collector was told to get after blm at once and run blm down before nnybody else got bold ot blm. So he cbose a time of day when the deadbeat would be most likely to be at borne and went to his boose and rang tbe bell. Tbe man's wife came to tbe door. "Your husband Is In?" be said sternly he made a statement rather than a question of It She look ed scared and answered. "Y yes. sir." "I want to see blm at once." be went ou, very severely. "Why, yoo can't see blm," she answered. "He's In, and yet 1 can't see blm? I'd like to know; why I enn'tr "Because he's In for six months!" she sobbed, and sbnt the door In bis face.-Argonaut Lyddite. Lyddite, tbe powder that bas enor mous explosive force and can be fired from a gun easily carried about, does not as bas been widely supposed, take Its name from a man, but from an ancient town near the coast of Kent, England, the town of Lydd, where there Is a government artillery range, where tbe tests ware made that result ed In the preparation of this explosive. Lyddite bas extraordinary qualities aside from its explosive force, since Its fumes aro so suffocating as some times to be Intolerable.- Lydd shares the notoriety that attaches to the name of Dumdum, that otber peaceful city In Bengal, where are manufactured the expanding bullets that attract so much unfavorable comment In war. Penetrated His Disguise, Tbe last minstrel stopped at a back door and said to tbe housewife wbo greeted blm: "Give me something to eat fab? dame, and I will tickle your ears with a merry tale of romance." "But why not tell me the tale first T tbe dame suggested. "No. 1 must have the food and drink before I talk." Thereupon the dntne slammed the door with tbe tart retort: "You're not a merry minstrel. You're an after dinner spenker.'S-New York Globe.