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ST. HELENS MIST FRI DAY. FEBRUARY 5, 1915.
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FRESH FISH OYSTERS CLAMS and CRABS Salt and Smoked Fish IMPORTANT EVENTS. AT ' o:i hgshiih nana WINTER SHORT COURSE JAN. 4-30 Agriculture, including Agronomy, Animal Husbandry, Dairying, lloril cullure. Poultry Husbandry, Insects, Plant and Animal Diseases, Cream try Management, Marketing, etc. Home Economics, Including Cook ing, Home Nursing, Sanitation, Sew lux. Dressmaking and Millinery. Commerce, Including Business Man agement, Rural hconomics, Business Law, Office Training. Harm Account ing, etc. Engineering, Including Shopwork and Koadbulljiiig. FARMERS WEEK-FEBRUARY 1-6 A general clearing house session of tlx days for the exchange of dyn.imic Ideas on the most pressing problems of the times. Lectures By leading authorities State conferences. EXTENSION SERVICE Offers lectures, movable schools, In stitutes and numerous correspondence courses on request. MUSIC: Piano, String, Band, Voice. No tuition. Reduced rites on all rail roads. Hor further lufi rma inn address, The Oregon Agricultural Collide, tw I'M lo-l-l) GUKVALU5. ouuaiiN SUMMONS FOK PUBLICATION IN I'OKK('IX)Hl KK OK TAX IJK.V, In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Columbia County. Geo. H. Bhlnn, plaintiff vs. Charlea Colean and aUo all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, 'estate. Hen or Interest In the real estate described In the complaint herein, dufendents. To Charles Colean, the owner of tho legal and recorded title of the real property herein described, as the same appears of, record, and also all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate lien or Interest In the real 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. ill. Shlnn, the holdei of Certificate of Dellnqulncy numbered 90 Issued 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 ($26.34) dollars the same being the amount then duo and delinquent for taxes for the year 1910 together with penalty, interest and costs thereon upon the real property assessed to you, of which you are the owner as appears of record, situated In said "ounty and State, and particularly hounded and described as' follows, towlt: Tho northwest quarter of the southwest quarter (NW of SW'4 ) of Section Twenty-three (23) Town ship Five (5) North of Ilange Three (3) West of the Wlllume'te Meridian In Columbia County, Stato of Ore gon. You are further notified that said i'eo. II. Shinn has paid taxes on said premises for prior and subsequent years with the rate of Interest on said amounts as follows: Yenr's tax, 1911, dato paid, March 13, 1912, tax receipt No. 1742. amount $25.03, rate of Interest 12 per Cent. Year's tax, 1912, date paid, April 2, 1913, tax receipt No. 3012, amount $21.68, rate of interest 12 per cent Yoar's ax 1913, d te paid March 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 interest, 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 title of the above de scribed property as the samo appears of record. and each of the other persons above named are hereby further notified that Geo. H. Shinn. who has filed his complaint in the nbove enticed Court for tho 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 lien 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 Bummona exclusive of the day of said first publication, and defend this action or pay the amount due as above shown together with costs and accrued interest, and in case of your failure to do cu, a decree will be ren dered foreclosing tho Hen of said taxe9 and costs against the land and promises above named. This Buniniona Is published by ord er of the Honorable J. A. Eakin Judgo of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for the County of Columbia, and said order was made and dated the 23rd aay of December 1914, and the dato of the first pub lication of this summons Is the 25th 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 Hank UuildingSt. Helens, Oregon. SUMMONS. In tho Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Colum bia. . Kntherino M. Livingston, plaintiff, vs. Cnlvin Andrew Livingston, de fendant. Calvin Andrew Livingston, the above named defendant: In the nmno of the stnto of Oregon, you are hereby roqulred to appear and answer the complaint filoS against you in the nbove entitled court and cause, on or before the 20th day of January, 1915,, which Is Blx weeks after tho 8th day of January, 1916, the date ordered for the first publi cation of this summons, and If you fall to so appear and cnBwer, the plaintiff will apply for the relief prnyed for in his complaint, towlt; For a decree dissolving tho marriage contract hototofore and now exist ing between the plaintiff and the de fendant herein, and restoring to plaintiff hor maiden name of Kath arine M. Schmidt, and hor costs and disbursements Incurred In the suit. This summons Is published by order of the Hon. J. A. Eakin, Judge of the above entitled court, made and entered on the 6th day of Jan uary, 1915 DAN B. POWERS, Attorney for Plaintiff. 913 Lewis Building, Portland, Ore. 1st Pub. January 8, 1915. Last Pub. February 19th, 1915. IMJCMTKI.Uj keview. Short Hints at Trade Hetterment ThrouKhout State. An orphans home is to be estab lished at Ashland. Portland Moose will erect a lodge building to cost $126,000 Another salmon cannery will be In stalled at Gold Beach this spring. The Halsey Strte Bank has in creased its capital stock to $16,000. Cloverdale, Oregon, has installed the largest cheena factory In the state. The Union Meat Company will spend $100,000 in betterments at its Portland plant. The legislature is asked to utilize state piisoners to reestablish the flax Industry in the vicinity of Salem. A Eugene dealer has Just shipped 10,000 pounds of grape roots to be used for medicinal purposes Iioise, Idaho, capitalists are pro moting an extension of the Western Pacific from Wlnnemucca north to Ontario, Oregon. The legislature has abolished the appropriation of $5,000 annually for the maintenance of the Sta'e Conser vation Commission The house of representatives hap dealt a solar plexus to continuing ap propriations. At one swoop $849, 960 were lopped off. The Baker County Taxpayers League opposes a half mill levy b tho stata for irrigation purposes, and ilso opposes a one mill levy for high ways Regular train service Is now In op eration between Oregon City and Mount Angel, over the Willamette Valley Southern. Regular service was instituted January 20th. Farmers In the vicinity of Pendle ton are asking for eighteen miles of hardsurfaced road between German Hill and Cold Springs, on the Colum bia River, at an est!utted cost of $15,000 a mile. At Seaside a sea foods cannery las just been completed and opera tions begun last week. There are four clam canneries at Warrenton, and the inroads being mado on the supply of clams on Clatsop beach Is telllnf. Oregon fruit cannery owners won their fight In the legislature against the Welfare Commission, amending the labor laws, which will now per mit the employment of women and girls for more than eight hours a day when perishable fruits are to be saved. Following the sale of 60,000 acres of yellow pine In tha vicinity of Bend, it is expected that the manufactur of lumber in Central Oregon will be commenced on a large scale. It is staled that the timber belt of Central Oregon Is approximately 135 miles long by 50 miles. wide, and that In the territory tributary to Bend alone there is at least twenty billion feet of good saw timber. CELEBRATE OPENING OF CELILO CANAL Plans r.ro maturing at present for a general colcbratlon of tho event of the completion of ' the canals and locks of the Cclilo canal project, which will extend the Columbia Riv er's open watorway far Into the stato of Idaho, and bring to a realization the drenni3 of western empire build ers. Assurances are now given that the locks will be ready for operation not lator than April 1st, and by May 1st it is hoped to have regular ser vice established from the mouth of the Columbia River as far cast as Lowlston, Idaho. This distance ap proximates 500 miles, and the pro ject has called forth the most skill ful engineers, has entatlod several years timo and a governmental ex penditure of $4,850,000. The ad vent of an open river from Lewlston, Idaho, to the Pacific ocean marks the greatest achievement in naviga tion undertakings in the west, and opens the way for a dogroo of devel opment never equn'.ed. FAIR RATES ARE NOW ESTABLISHED A whole- lot of conjocture has bcon indulged In as to what rate would be charged from Portland to San Fran clsco on the now Hill steamers, which will establish regular service between those cities on the 15th of March. These rates were announced last Sunday, and aro such that it would seem that nearly any ordinary iudfvidual could afford to visit the San Francisco fair. A 16-day round trip ticket can be procured for $26 75. The 30-day ticket will sell at $30, 90-day tlckots at $32.60. These rates Include borth and meals. TWENTY YEARS AGO The Mist, Fcbruuary 1, 1S95. Mr. Amos Slavens, of Uillton, killed a beef steer last week, whluh was six years oil, and dress.-.! 1U92 pounds. Alfred Harrison, the genlnj tlerk at Dollman's store, who was con fined to his roo n several diya la-.; week with an attack of mahiria k on duty again. Tax-paying time will soon bo here. The roll will be complete In a short time, so that those desiring will have an opportunity to help the county liquidate some of 'ts Indebtedness. S. Salser left on Monday for Okla homa Territory to v'slt his mother, whom he has not seen fo . ' many years. He expects to be away some time, but to make sure of getting back ho took a return tlc3t wt'a h'm. Representative Clecton is chair man of the committee on internal improvements and a member of the educational committee. There are two very good committees, and Mr. Clecton may be ablo to do some very good work In these respect've lines. During tho past week the Ice on the l.-.kes back of town has been suf ficiently strong for skating, but very rough. Sunday a large crowd spent the greater part of the day on the lakes, and while the Ice was not smooth, the Ekaters seemed to make the best cf a bad condition, and en joyed themselves very much. This Friday evening the flremens' ball will take place In the opera house. The proceeds will be used for the purchasing of uniforms for the members of the fire company. Local pilde should prompt every man In town to purchase a ticket and there by assist the boys in their commend able efforts to improve and more thoroughly equip the fire department of the city. It is not a money-mak ing scheme only in the way of the public good, in which cause all are equally Interested. The survey for the proposed plank walk between St. Helens and Houlton was made last Tuesday, and It was discovered that tho distance of the proposed route Is one mile jnd one e'slith. The grado Is said to bo a comparatively easy one, thero being no hills or canyons of any consequ ence to cross. Another public meet ing will be held next Monday night, at which time arrangements will be complet d for the commencement of work, and at no distant day the peo ple of the two towns will be prome nading on a substantial plank walk Instead of in the mud, as is the case at present. OREGON HOG BUSI NESS IN REAL PERIL From figures recently compiled at the Portland Union Stockyards, it would rppoar that unless tliore is a radical change on the part of the farmers in the handling ofthe hog business, In a short time Oregon will be back in the position occupied a few years ago almost no breeding stock on hand, record breaking prices in the local market on account of the Inevitable shortage of supply and another hurry call on the Middle West for breed sows to restock the empty pens. This deplorable condition is being brought about J by the present abnormally high prtco of wheat, and also to the fact that a. large number of hog raisers throughout the state neglect to grow the necessary feed on which to finish their crop of pork and on which the surplus stock can be economic? lly carried through the winter. During a period of seven consec utive days, ending the past week, 12,000 hogs were received at the Portland yards, only a small percent age of which were really IV, for kill ing, the balance apparently having been shipped to avoid the expense - f carrying them until spring. The cer tain result of those excessive ship ments will be a ruinous falling off In values, a wiping out of the hog sur plus of laat tall. TJregon soil and climate is suited to tho production of corn, field peas and tlfalfa, all of which are splendid hog food, and until the farmer plants more exten sively of these crops and thus makes himself independent of outside as sistance, the hog industry will be at the mercy of any Influence which may. affect the prices of wheat and other grains In tho Northwest. FIRE! FIRE! FIRE! FIRE! See E. E. Quick in St. Helens and ln Bure your property in the ' Oregon Fire Relief Association of McMlnn vllle, Oregon. Don't put It off. W. WARREN, ARt, Dr. Stone's Heave Drops cures heaves. Trlco $1; for sale by all druggists.