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(Continued from pago two). Hull. I?. SO; T. II. Mllln, J. Duncan, $7.(0; P. two; w. i l6(Mi 1 wilwii. $3M0; Const 12.60; VV. T. Hutton, i. a i i . t i a VV'. 11. I'll VM', fio.uvj 11. a. It I. 11 . . - ' I I IIH Hfl i ti ib. i imrurnca i. i - - vv fi. ni..i,i.. " '"i HitiiiLinir mt Pni vtUIIHI U I UIIIIIV . " j ui;i iiiiNHinn tr I.. .. Culvert ft urn Co.. I:i i: Minn0 . .... aunnn. tn i Lbr ''u"1 ('" 4la8i A 1ur Irt. 20 u- liiuiil HWrlct N. 7, 8M litl. P A. llnHsell. 24.60 ; U. II. MlllH, i.i'oO' E- KiiMHimiBn, $16.60; O. E. " in.oo; N. J, Parker. $7.00; N. X $1 uu: K- MalniHttdi, mor 0. S. Inllm:u, $11.00; tJ. 11. n $13 00; O. Hoock. $7.00; Jfi. miil'i $14.00; 11. ChrlstoiiBen. Jiioi; K. A. Vim lilarlcom, $18.00; i Wooil $3-00; O. 1). Lavender, ioO' T. I'urkor. $7.00; b. liooik, I'lOO' (). Kinlth, $26.00; It. Spen- ! 12160: " lMnv 32.60; K. Mllnitn. $7.60; O. W. Parker, ,.M; K. Tucker, $27.60; J. Hick- Inn, $16.00; II. Wood, $16.00; i) u MuliiiHtmi, $12.00; W. Van i,rlcom.$3.75; It. Bmlth, $6.00; W. Trti-f. 1 1.00; II. 1). Vun lllurl- it U...HI. flan. iiml, $95.00; F. C, Metlraw, notion; K. H. Trtiliorno. $906.63; f Mi'lllwr. $178.81; W. Prlngle. U55.74; 1'. llorgitrso'i, isho.ih. (,'rnernl Ihtiitl rutin. J T. ("' 1'. M. Co., $76.00; HoU i,.VoniuiKliy Co., $107.70; llod- rtB-KcwiuUKltly Co., $9t.l0; C. K. iinnl. I1JU.UU. KHrrul Itoml I' lllMI ir omnium Highway. N. II. Hooper, $;iii.uo; w. M ire, u.iiii; n. t"ii'r, fi.iu, j ilrQiinin. $6.60; A. K. Itoml, $49.00; li. (mulls, uwi, iouoy, "ion; It. Veuxlo, $2.26; II. Uslior, i.!5; J lu):it. $2.26; It. lllllln ei, $4.00; J. Ileitvor, $11.26; Joe Mint, $2.26; C. Hoover, $l.2f: ; g I'rulK. $14.26; K. II. Wake. U75; I.. Archibald. $12.26; K. Ar lilliahl, $22.76; C Molvillo. 19 JS; V. W. Mitklnater. $11.26; U hljklnnliir, $11.00; C. VUKiir. jl.ts; II. Muklnr.tnr, $3.76; It ftgiikiT, ts 1.1; H. I., liutinr, $35. ez; ; W. Ciiop'T. $.10.83; ('liiiH. Link, :?.(0; A. KixulinlHkl, $20.00; U. viton. (.12.00; J. W. Aklo, $68.00; M.'ikliinlt'r, $28.00; K. Link. j!0(t; (!. W. Jordan. $40.00; I). (. tilth. 126 00; Kd Kvolnn, $00.00: ' WolHT, $6.00; J. K. Johimon, ;.0i); It. I.onipke, $23.00; Jno VIImiii, 1 17 60; ('. F. HlumiiulHt, .1.00; J. K. Kllliy, $23.00; M. A. nhart. $2100; T. Tlmoiuiy. 100; M W. Hir.nnl, $4.00; Jim. illlrn. M 00; ('. t'oltt, $10.00; I'. nonlU, 16 00; It. M. WIIhoii. J Oil; y. Ilurnlinm, $2.00; II. 8. ;n, $10 00; It. K. Girt, $4.00; i Urywm, $2126; F. Wpltcr, lit 00; II. It Dllililoo, $6.00; Jua U, $42 60; J. A. Tlinonoy, $60.00; "o. I'arriKun, $5.00; N. Korran. :uo; 1. Norwmid, $6.00; It. Tor :Un. $17 00; V. TlioniHon, $17.00; ! liclmHt, Jr.. $17.00; V. K. Itob- k 117 00; M. Doriiliain, $5.00; H :!lunkl, 122.60; A. KnUuukl. 500; T. It. I'urclmr, $17.60; 11. tmipr, $22 60; W. I.. Mnmlml, 500; W. l Voicor, $11.00; C. O. Jllims, $0 00; W. II. Cola. $9.60; E. JoIiiihoii. $14.60; It McAdam, -4.50; A. K:noy. $12.60; J. Cur- inn, $40.oo; W. It. Crawford. 'Hi; II. Iliyi.o, $19.00; 8. J. ilh. $:U.K5; K, Klo, $4.00; A. mllla, $27.60; C. Cnrliioo. $27.50; Jauhlulni'ii, $12.60; J. IoIIiik. too; I.. Mi'truK. $40.00; J. Hcliro 1. 14 .00; J. I Mlltor, $8.00; C. Imoa. $4.00: J. J. Itrnnd. $21.00: n Tclllcm. $12.00; W. M. Dovlno. 5 00; . Alston. $17.00; V. II. aiK $28.00; J. V. CotnbH, $21.00; It. llolmoK, $12.76; 8. C. Ilondrix, too; H. A. iloiidrlx. $12.76; J. 1. lor, $10 00; W. WohI, $4.00; Alor 'o, $15.60; I). I'lirchor, $17.00; llafkHt, $15.00; J. J. deary. '00; Klmnr Colvln, $18.00; II. 'In. $14.00; I', w. Price, $18.00; llallhorn, $12.00; Goo. I'ourl. i; O. JoliiiKnil. $14.00: P. KliK- "lit, $12.00; C. KiiRlironht. 00; It. O. K.tnt, $10.00; I.. !.nr $13.60: K. WoliBtor. $28.76: Hmimiiik, $25.00; J. T. G mil mil. 00; ('. K. Itlce, $1.60; F. Olwin, 00; (V WiMtland. 112.38: U. 'A $11.60; GiiKt Joltniion, 16.00; UlllRron, $13.60; Clina. JoIiiihoii, SO; o. MiiKnuiion. $13.50: A. "'Istrom, $16.00; J. E. Van, 0; K. A. Hurnlmm. $10.60; O. Itomiftt, $04.00; II. F. Woud, u; M A. Fogol. $27.03; A. llur 140.11; It. II. WIllliiniH. $109.37: I'tauwn, $06.08; W. N. Ilowlott, '26; w. K. Vnn. $17.00: C. F. ?"lilmrn, $2825: W. Kllcrtaon. IMiiior Jolma, $9.00; Jurk "in, $14.11: V. Foirnl. 18.00: V. Tlf lienor, $73.09; Jokko Ilrynnt, i. P.. Klllo'.i, $10.60; W. $50.00: O. W. Wntora. 12.00: nslkinii). 12.00: F. K. Wllllama. ""I Frank Hurnlmm, $80.00; 1L "IciMior. $47.25: Warron Van, ; Civrl JohnHon, $29.31; W. N. $54.18; W. G. HowntRon, I.. A. TomokliiB. $2.00; Nut- "" fiona, $5.00; W. I'. Fullor 0. $19.00: J. K Johnson. 13.04: Ploa I,(!wl, $15.40; Goo, Adam- 160; David McMullon, 0; NIh Nolaon, $48.90; W. A. 18.39: C. T. Ilrona. 65o: Con- tof KiUlmicnt Co., $18.00; jnlx Iron Worka, $83.64; Flold uornmn, $80.00; Contractor Ipmont Co., $70.79; Kvon Jolin- ,": St. Holona Iilr. Co., '' Good Itonda Mach'y Co., I Frank Wllktna. 121.76: P. r,n. $2.00: R. It. Wo'mtor, "): WOHtnort Lhr. Co.. $19.80: iui In Trannportatlon Co., !0; i.i.iiiu k'i,,i,-.. io i. n n I 7. $2.40; v.. 11. lCnRliah, $21.86; I'-; llnrvny, $1.00; Columbia HIv. r"1- Co., $14.16. I'lltNlmrn lloml Fund. B. Ilrockwnv 117 KO: W. 13. $12.00; Jus. Cllno, $30.00; r'. Mpl ',.111,. ... 11 f Mn- . .i,inUm-( fl.AP, II. tf. ...v- "or. 119 nn. Mn.i p.riinth Hi ('0llHt Culvovt & Fltiino Co., jji hiiurmnn llroa. Lbr. Co., ''Orcilnnn rn.. ..llm.A.! mil 11 l""ly. Nov'nmbor 6th, 1916. "y, Novombor Otli, '1916. """Hclui Hay. "Urt eamo piiraunnt to ndjourn- L GlllPnrn nil Una nrn. ho. h ,,t,,,IK mpl10' tl,e 'ollowmB wuro nau: 8. Uy.'t-o0' n,!ro""'t lth B.l. & . niuuiiiiH or in Id fi.t I convnyltiK on rr(1I1. lur.OHo of County oil tank located off ti "LZ l::o of anld coiii)nny V Matlor of prtltlon 0f J, U Ileft,l lio for r.diutH of tax. Cour't tf,n.l",y, 11 n',BrlK to the court fioni tho petition of J it loadloo duly npprov,.,! ,,y tho .her H : and tux collocor, that V.M J. It 1 oadloo liorotofore paid a double a MMiuout of tax ax pur, 0n Uie tax roll for the your lio, u, clmre .1 (iRn n.it a cortcln 19 aero tract o '"! "Hunted In Hi-ctlon 34, 7, 3, and tor, It H or.lnrcd l.y the Court that the cleric ho, nnd ho hnrchy ,n rtruo od to Ihhuo a R.-tmrul fund WUr- Whoroupon, Court adjourned un til Monday, Novnjnbnr 8, 1916, I i . . , . ,,UTU'r . 1916. 6th wuuiiTiiii uny. I lourt came purauant to adjourn IllCllt. Otllci.ni nil nru,...i .... " " laniiitlon boliiR mr.do, tho following Droceedliiirii wnm i,.,.i. I W(,MttU"r of e'oBliiR i'lttahurg high On thla 8th day of November .ST. HELENS MIST, ERiDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1915 tlOllg Of BU(1 rno,l I.. .... . ' " tl'e City of CiatskanTe ' ,l la up?n tne '""owing deacrlbod real1 litreotg of aald City; I . Jt l. thnrefore. he latBkanle, as and for property, to-wlf. I The sole and exclusive right, prlv atreet. U. V'"1 oriuge ki, t ounty hri,w ...... ..f . "l i who iowi upon and In any and all easemont to aboot, take and Bridge kill any and all wild ducka and other rlvr'ltnnldr BCro"' th t.k Z J""ctln of Urldge atreet -in nmiaiHIll atriu.t and Ige atreet Nohaloin 191 it. It Ih ordnrnil hv il... ...... I the ritiKliurif hlL-liuiiv nr that iuifil.. thereof doHlRnatcd at the now Rrudu, b, and the biuiio Ih hereby cloned t.i public trutllc thereon, until tho fur ther order of the Court. Matter of petition of Andrew J IVnilMtnfr fur r.iht.lA .. .U....LU m. On tlila day It rppeurlng to the P.. il! I. l. ... .... . lm.v ...Mi, iuu wruien peutlon or Andrew J. Wagatnff, duly approved by tho HlierllT. that a doublo collec tion of tax Inn beon made hkhIiibI lt 4, in Itlock 7, In the City of Hal nler, for the yeara 1913 and 1914. amounting to tho gum of $68.02, It la ordered by the Court that the clerk 1,1. Mil, I I,,. U l,n..l ..... . J ii.'ii-iiy iiiniruciea 10 liHiie a Renerul fund warrant In the .in tua.vt, in mvor oi gam An drew J. WnRBtalt. Mutter of petition of W. II. Dll lurd for cancellation of tax galo cor tlllcate. Oil thla dny W. 11. IHllard pregenti. o tho Court IiIb petition for cancel lation of tax anlo certiorate, In wordt mil tlKurea na followa: "Your petitioner respectfully rep reaenta: "That one A. II. Hanking formerly owned the property herein rofcrred to, but Hint ho waa adjudicated a bankrupt In the U. 8. DlHtrlct Court for thla !lntrlct, on tho 4th day of June, 1910; and the aald property then turned over to one Geo. W. VoroI, iih IT. 8. truatce In bankruptcy; "Tl, nt 1.. ...1,1 l...n nn,l ..... .... iu .iii'i ......t, biiiii a I all ttmea a'.nce up to the foreclosure of mime, your petitioner held a niort r.iro on auld r.m I entate to aecurr money borrowed of him by gald Han king; "That In 1914 your petitioner wai compelled to forecloae aald mortgage, and ho then paid several yeara' back taxes on all of nld property; and In tended to pay all inch bark taxes; "That the of 8W of 8KV4 of Hoc. 19, T. 7 N.. It. 2 W., a part ol the property herein referred to, wai wrongly assessed to aald A. II. Hun king. In Columbia County, Ore., foi he your 1913, and the entire tax on :ho same for aald year waa $2.67; "That tho 8V4 of SW14 of SK14, tho renuilnder of the property herein referred to, waa wrongly assessed for tnld year to ono II. W. II. Hanking, who never hnd any Interest In the tnmo, and the whole tax assessable on tho aaiuo wag $5.34; "That by gome oversight your po tltlonor failed to settle taxei on sulil property for aald yoar, and now ho wishes to do so. but Is precluded by an outiitiindliiR certificate to the County of Columbia, wherein It If snrtllled that the first tract herein mentioned wob gold for taxes due from A. II. Hnnklna on said tract and wtnln personal property (for no part of which snld property was II ablo), on June 30th, 1916, for $8.42. ind an nllke certificate to said coun ty, at tlto same date, Bhowlng that the romnlnder of aald property war told to aald county for $10.30, for real and personal taxes due from one H. VV. II. Hnnklns, who never had any Interest In said proporty. "Wherefore your petitioner re luosla that ho be allowed to pay the unount of taxea actually due on Bald Dropertv for mild yenr, $8.01, and Unit said certificate be ordered can colled." .... And tho Court being advised In 'bo matter, it la ordored by the Court thai on the pnyment of the sum of $8 01, the amount of taxos due on mid real property, together with the fium of $3.80. aa penalty and Interest due thereon, tho sheriff la hereby dl--eclod to cancel said certificate. Matter of aid to Jamea Canflold. On this day It Is ordered by the Court that tho clerk be, and he b hereby authorised and Instructed to issuo a general fund wurrant In the mm of $20.00, in favor of James Canflold. bb County aid, and a like warrant on the first day of each month hereafter, until the further or ler of tho Court. , In the mnttor of the relinquish ment and surrender to the (ity or flatskanle of a County road known B llrldge street and Nehalem s reel. On thla 8th day of Octobor, 1915. -- !hA .2. f ""rrcounT ConimlHBlonara' Court, that the Jur s- .llctlon of the county or .''"": Stato of OroRon. over that portion of bounty road survey No. 27. and now known as llrldRe street, from the SoStTerly end of the County bridge 51 1 the Clatskanle river to the lunetlon of Bridge street with Ne halem street, and all that ponln of County road survey No. 28. no known as Nohalom street, from termination thereof at the ClaHlu ilarlvorto the Southerly line or First street of the City of Clatskanle. be relinquished by said Coun y. and .. .I .i. nrnl nf aald portions of said roads be surrendered to said City of Clatakanie; ......... And it appearing to tne , u. ; , Commissioners Court that H a ex-, podlont and advisable that aald por-( e lv n Mlm"1 rlvor t0 1,18 So-thru, l .of ltht 8treet ot tl'e City of by surrenderei in n,a r .. . '- " ree. and at the Jurisdiction of the County f Columbia over the .,., i. ....I the same la, hereby terminated.' Whoreupon, Court adjourned un til Monday, November 22, 1916 Monday, November 22, 1915' mV? l',lB 22nd day of November, roil' K "ulls and - "nry Olmm present to the Court their writ ton petition for an order of the Court allowing the use of explosives In the removal of certain Htintra ntwt nh. Htructlong on tho bottom of the Co- .u.iiiuu river, noiwcen the light Oil tho Ht. Wnli.na McVoy's dock at Columbia City. nu me l ourt being advised In the matter, It Is ordered by the Court that said petition bo, and the same Is hereby allowed. Whoreupon, Court adjourned. beacon Jetty and XOTICK OF SKTTI.KMENT. Jn the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Columbia Countv In the matter of the estate of Nella Rass musBon. deceased. Notice is hereby given thut HuHinus ItaBmussen, the udmlnlstrator of Nella Haasmussen, deceased, hag rendered and presented for settlement, and filed In said Court ills final account of lilg administration of auld estate; and that Saturday, the 4th duy of December, 1915, at 11 o'clock A. M., at the Court room of said Coart, at tho Court House In St Helens, In said County and State, has been appointed by aald Court for the settlement of said account, at which time and place any person Interested In su hi estate may appear and file objections in writing to said account and contest tho same. Dated November 6. 1916. RASMUS RASMUS8EN, Administrator of Estate of Nells ItasNmussen, Decoased. 46-6 NOTICK TO CltKDITOHH. In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Columbia County. In the matter ot the estate of Alice M. Stout, deceased. Notice Is hereby glvon that the undersigned has been duly appointed as administrator of the estate of Alice M. Stout, deceased, by the County Court of Columbia County, State of Oregon, and has duly qualllled for said trust. All per sons having claims against aald es tate are hereby notified and required to present the same, duly verified, and with proper vouchers to the ad ministrator at the oltlce of W. A. Harris, in tho City of St. Helens. Oregon, within six months from the date of thla notice. Dated St. Helens, Oregon, October 28. 1916. H. J. SOUTHARD, Administrator of the Estate of Alice M. Stout, Deceased. VV. A. Harris, Attorney for Admr. 47-4. SIMMONS. In tho Circuit Court of thd State of Oregon, for Columbia County. Al mina Iteiman, plaintiff, vs. John Itel mnn, defendant. To John Iteiman, the above named defendant: In the urine ot the State of Oregon, you are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed agalnBt you In the above entitled Court on or before the 10th day of December, 1915, which is six weeks aftor tho 29th day of October, 1915, the date ordered for the tli tt publication of summons; and if you fall to so appoar ana answer, plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief prayed for in her complaint, to-wit: for a decree that tho bonds ot matrimony now existing between the plaintiff and defendant bo forever dissolved, and that plaintiff be award ed the caro, custody and control of the minor child, Olga Iteiman, and for such other nnd further relief as may be Just and equitable. Tills summons is published by or der of tho Honorable J. A. Eakln, Judge of the above ontltlod Court, made nnd entered on the 28th day of October, 1915. M. E. MILLER and W. A. HARRIS, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Fl.st publication, Oct. 29, 1916. Lust publication, Dec. 10, 1916. 45-7 NOTICK TO CREDITORS. lands, sloughs and waters and water situate and lying or being more par-1 tlcularly described as follows: Notl-' flcation No. 4728 Donation Land1 Claim of Charles 8allne, being the' Northwest quarter of the Southeast quarter and the Northeast quarter of ; iuu noumweBi quarter and Lots 1, 2 and 3, of Section 28, Township 4 North of Range 1 West of the Wil lamette Meridian, In Columbia Coun ty, State of Oregon. And I will on Monday, the 13th day of December, 1915, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the foronoon of said day, at and In front of the Court House In St. Helens, said county and state, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash in hand at the time of sale, all of tho right, title and intercut of the above named plaintiffs or either of them In and to the rights and privileges hereinbe fore described, to satisfy said sum of $411.03, and the costs of and upon this execution. Dated St. Helens, Ore., November 3rd, 1915. B. C. 8TANWOOD, Sheriff of Columbia County Ore. C. J. Curtis, Attorney for Defend ant. 48-6. What About Christmas? Dread to meet the question don't you? Been thinking it over for some time simply can't make up your mind as to what gifts to give. Why not an Account at the Columbia County Bank? What can you better afford what will be more acceptable than a Bank Book? - You can get your Christmas Bank Books by Mail. Send Hat of names and amount for each. Columbia County Bank St. Helens, Ore. OLDEST IN THE COUNTY We pay 4 per cent Interest in our Savings Department. SUMMONS. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for the County of Columbia. D. B. Horton, plaintiff, vs. Joseph L. Brink and Viola A. Brink, his wife, and Vlda Davenport, defendants. To Vida Davenport, 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 suit on or before the 11th day ot December, 1916, being the day fixed by order of this Court for you to appear and answer, and being more than bIx weeks trom the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit: more than six weeks from the 29th day of October, 1916; and if you fall to so appear and answer, the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded In his said complaint, to-wit: for ludgment upon a promissory note for $700.00, with 8 per cent Interest thereon from the'30th day of Novem ber, 1908; for $100.00 attorneys' foes, and for the costs and disburse ments ot this suit, and for a decree ot foreclosure of tho mortgage upon the following described premises, to-wlf. Beginning at a point that Is 762.4 feet west of the point that la 28.78 foet north of the quarter section cor ner between Sections 8 and 9, in T. 7 N., R. 4 W., of the W. M., for the following; running thence from said point of beginning var. soutli 35 deg. 46 min. west 145.2 feet; thence south 64 deg. 14 min. east, 100 feet; thence north 36 deg. 46 min. east, 160 feet; thence north 64 deg. 14 min. west, 93 feet; thence west 8.5 feet to the point of beginning; to gether with the tenements, heredita ments and appurtenances thereunto belonging, or In anywise appertain ing, and for such other and further relief as to the Court may seem just and equitable. Thla summons Is published In the St. Helens Mist, a weekly newspaper printed and published, and of general circulation, In Columbia County, Ore gon, once each week for six (6) suc cessive weeks, by order of the Honor able James A. Eakln, Judge of the Circuit Court ot the State of Oregon, for the County of Columbia, made on the 27th day of October, 1915, the first publication being October 29th, 1916. and the last publication on De cember 10, 1915. MAG ILL, McKENNEY & BRUSH, Attornoys for Plaintiff, 828-31 Mor gan Building, Portland, Ore. 46-7 M61f! THAT NEVER FAIL We are now prepared to flit your automobile with the new .AUTOMATIC LAMP CONTROLS, which can be attached to any stylo of car made. By having one light turn and one light straight, regardless of which way you turn around a corner, up a lane or an obstruction in tho road you always have the light ahead of you. Each light operates Independently of the other. Call and let us demonstrate to you. GASOLIXE MARINE ENGINE REPAIRING CITY GARAGE St. Helens, Oregon lodges Mizpah Chapter O. E. S. meets in Masonic Hall the second and fourth Saturdays of each month. IRENE M. DAY, W. M. E. A. ROTGER. Secretary. AH Work Guaranteed. Estimates Furnished. R. CONSTANTIN PLUMBING, HEATING, SHEET METAL WORK. St. Helens - Oregon Livery, Feed and Sale Stable DRAY INC AND TRANSFER All Business Promptly Attended To PHONE 15 OR $2 WM. H. DAVIES - ST. HELENS, OREGON Prop. Kiwanda Tribe No. 63, Improved Order of Redmen, meets second and fourth Thursdays of each month In K. of P. hall, St. Helena. VUiting brethren welcome. E. I. BALLAGH, C. ot R. St. Helens Rebekah Lodge, No. 217, meets first and third Thursday of each month In I. O. O. F. Hall. Visiting members always welcome. MARY E. CHRISTIE, N. G. ORA BENNETT, Sec. Houlton Circle No. 478, Women of Woodcraft, meets the second and fourth Tuesday afternoon ot each month at Houlton, Oregon. AGNES DIXON, G. N. ANNA RICHARDSON, Clerk. Columbia Encampment, No. 77, I. O. O. F. meets In the I. O. O. F. Hall, on the second and fourth Thursday of each month. Sojourn ing Patriarchs most cordially Invited to meet with us CHAS. M. BEELER, C. P. C. W. BLAKESLEY, Scribe. Avon Lodge No. 62 Knights ot Pythias meets every Tuesday even ing In Castle Hall, St. Helens. Vis iting Knights always welcome. E. A. ROTGER, C. C. M. E. MILLER, K. ot R. S. In tho matter ot the estate of Otto Erlckson, deceased. Notice la here by given by the undersigned adminis trator of the above named estate, to the creditors of and to all persons having claims against the said estate to present their respective claims properly verified to the said admin istrator at the law office of Glen R. Motskor, In the Columbia County Bank building, St. Helens, Oregon, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, said claims to be presented within six months from the date of tlm nublication of this notice, to-wlt: within six months from the 6th day of November, 191a. JOSEPH ERICKSON, Administrator of the Estate ot Otto Erlckson, DocoaBed. Glen R. Metskor, Attorney for Ad ministrator. 46-5. SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice Is hereby given, that by virtue ot an execution Issued out of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the County ot Columbia, on tho 3rd day of November, 1915, upon a Judgment rendered and en tored therein on the 18th day of Juno, 1912, In favor of the defend ant, Christine Saline, and against the ninintiffn. F W. Isherwood, ot al., for the sum of 342.60 and interest there- - - . " " i a ii2. at tho rate of Tlllicum Tribe No. 62. Improved a Vr ent oer annum, amounting to O. R. M.. ot Yankton. Ore., meets at en si nnd to mo directed, com- its wigwam, second ana lourtn uai- St. Helens Lodge No. 32, A. F. & A. M. meets 1st nil stril Rnturdnv In each 'month. Visiting brothers cordially I welcomed. EDWIN ROSS, Master. E. E. QUICK, secretary. St. Helens Lodge No 117. I. O. O. F. meeta In the I O. O. F. building, on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month, visiting members are al ways given a hearty welcome. JESSE LANSING. N.. O. C. W. BLAKESLEY, See. .GEO. H. S II INN, Pres. L. R. RUTHERFORD, Seo. Columbia County Abstract Company ST. HELENS, OREGON The only complete abstract system in Colum bia County, Oregon. BEST WORK LOWEST PRICES St. Helens Mill Co. Lath Electric Lighting" (Saves Your Eyes) Steam Heatings (Prolongs Your Lives) Wood Lumber .i .on,.irinir ma tn make urdava of each month. ?.?ru'?".h. 4l nronertv of the W. G. BRANNON. C. ot R. above named defendants I have lov-j EBER BROWN, Sach.