HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1917
H. MORGUS & SON STOCK
MUST BE SOLD OUT
Every article in the store has been reduced
Be sure and come. We have arranged ex
tra specials for Friday and Saturday only.
Read These Prices Over and Save Money
10c Calk' 7c $1.50 Men's Dress Shirts. 75c $.() Ladies' Dress
- Shoes $2.85
.;c( luting Flannel 9c $, 5() Mn).s j.,.. .
V... Lace, 3c $U5 f ---c
25 ami 5(V lls ami ends Shoes $2.35 I'ants $2.45
Ladies and Children's " '
1'iiderwear 19c ...... .. ,
$1.00 Leather Pillows .. .75c iuKfZ" !. l5c
75c Men's Underwear, ' '
hI'I-s -'""1 vxu 39c $2.50 Quilts $1.39 $3.00 Men's Hats $1.95
J. LEVITT, Manager in Charge
St. Helens, Oregon
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
STATE OF OREGON, FOR COL
W A 1 1 mi.iM
1 iiaiiin, iHtiiiiiii, vs. nowaru
V. Bailey, L. M. Bailey, A. A.
Hrower, L. M. Brower and
Juiwln Oaken; Also all
persona or Dartles unknown
claiming any right, tttlo, estate,
Hen, or Interest in the real estate
described In the complaint herein,
I To the above named defendants, , BEAVER CREEK ROAD,
! Howard V. Bailey, L. M. Bailey, A. Brown & Seldleman mill,
I A. Brower, L. M. Brower, and Ed-1 DIST. NO. 9
I win Oakeg, Also all other persons or REAVER CRPItk priAn
UUe,eeseTnCa,rr,?g 'VfW " B & Sms
i title, estate, Ilea or Interest In the I DIST. NO. 9
cmaiQ ucnvnuuu in uie complaint
In the name of the State of Ore
jgon: You are hereby required to
i appear and answer the complaint
! filed against you In the above en
I titled suit on or before six weeks
from the 2nd day of March, 1917,
the date of the first publication of
tins summons; and if you fall to an
" NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED PROPOSALS, addressed
to the County Court of Columbia
County, Oregon, at St. Helens, Ore
gon, and endorsed "Proposals for irn-
Drovln? tllA fnllnwfnv rnarla In
other j umMa County, Oregon," to-wlt:
H. W. FOWLER ROAD IN ROAD
DISTRICT NO. 6
J. L. WOODIN ROAD, IN ROAD
DISTRICT NO. 7
Or such of the above mentioned '
roads as the Contractor may elect to 1
bid upon, will be received by said
Court until 2 o'clock P. M. April 4th, i
1917, and not thereafter, and at that :
time will be publicly opened and ;
All proposals must be made upon '
blank forms, to be obtained from the !
swer, for want thereof the plaintiff i Roadmaster, at his office at St. Hel-i
will apply to the Court for the re- etn- Oregon, and must give prices'
lief demanded In plaintiffs complaint, ! proposed, both in writing and fig-!
to-wlt: That the plaintiff be ad-j ure8' R,l1 must be signed by the bid-
Judged to be the owner in fee slm-jder witn h!s address. )
pie of the following described real j Plans and specification!: are on file, '
estate Bltuate in Columbia County, and may be examined, in the office j
State of Oregon, to-wlt: . of the County Clerk. I
a1.LOM1OIleTwoJ"ee, Fur' Flvel Plan and specifications of thai
Six, Nine Ten, Eleven and Twelve , Wooding road are also on file at the
... in, iuib anven, f,ignt, residence of A. E. Harvey, at Clats-
hleven and Twelve In Block Four; , kanie, Ore
ito toiL""- and .cations of the
n; tot, On f to Six TV7
Block Eight; Lots One to Twelve in-i v 'nn,, f Jud8n Weed'
elusive Block Twelve; Lots One, Two, I """"''',
Throe, Four, Eight, Nine, Ten, j Eacn bl(lder ""all deposit with his
Eleven and Twelve Block Fourteen ; i bld' a certified check, cash, or a
Lots Three, Four, Nine, Ten, Eleven ' 8urety bond, for an amount of at
and Twelve Block Fifteen; Lots! ,east flv,e per cent of hls bld Payable
Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten, Eleven and ' to the Couily Clery, which shall be
Twelve, Block Sixtoen; Lots One to forfelted to the County, in case the
Twelve inclusive, Block Seventeen ! award Is made to him, and he shall
Lots One to Six inclusive, Block ! ne8lect- fa" or refuse, for a period
Twenty; all in the First Addition to of five days after 8Uch award is
the City of Vernon la as appears by! made, to enter into a contract and
the plat thereof of record in the of-!flle tne required bond,
fice of the County Clerk of said Col-! Tne rlght ls re8erved to reject any
umbic Countv! l.nt rno tn tjoi i and all bids.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
Bin in uk OREGON, FOR THE
COUNTY OF COLUMBIA.
Mrs. A. Nost, Plaintiff, vs. Ambros-
ious Nost, Defendant.
To the above named defendant,
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON you are hereby required
to r.ppear and answer the complaint
filed against you in the above en
titled Court and C?.ur,e on or before
the 10th day of March, 1917, said
day bel:ig more than six weeko from
after the 20th day of January, 1917,
the day of the first publicr.tlon of
this summons; and If you fail so to
appear and answer, for want thereof
plaintiff will apply to the Court for
the relief prayed for in her complaint,
to wit: That the bonds of matrimony
now existing between plaintiff and
defendant be dissolved, Bet aside and
declr.rcd to be at an end absolutely,
and for such other and further re
lief as may seem to the Court to be
meet and equitable.
An order for the publicr.tlon of
tlilo summons was mado and entered
in the above entitled Court and
Ckuso on the 22nd dny of January,
A. D. 1917, by the Honorablo J. A.
Eakin, a Judge of the above entitled
D. D. HAIL,
Attorney for th Plaintiff
Date of first publication January
Date of last publication March 9th,
GENEROUS TO HELP;
Ininn I'w trii' Follow It Bosun With
(riirmiiH lUxml for Employe.
I'rt'nlilttit J. t). Pnrrell of the Ore
iD-WnliiiiKtin Itutlroud & Navlgu
oa Compiin)- has Juiit mado an-1
luiicoiiii iit of thut company's plan
ill year to glvo its employes the:
IrirtU'Kn (if cultivating iu rlght-of-
uy anil oilier lands that muy In) ;
(llalilu fur siii'h purpouvs. "This1
duhu, lie explains, "as 511 ttld to
I ilium I preparedness through lint
rmlurtlim of vcgotulilo foods." j
Xo cliarKft will be made for the !
krlvil.-K". nnil the only condition In,
Hat tui'h prinl lifts us urn grown slrill 1
rulifliii'il to the iiho of t'lnployvs !
I 'l thi-lr fauillhii. !
"Our uri-at family of I'mployos," j
ouililx, "can Hpli'iulidly assist in the1
utlon's proKrum of prepurcdness by;
"Win to tlio food supply, and all :
lio cun do ao are eartu'slly urgd to
ike avuiitll(!H 0f this offer." I
Thlc siiiiiuiiciMuont further pro-1
ilin t!at lands not applied for with-!
ii ten d.iys will hu offered to othors;
mn iMiiployeH, when suitably rocom-'
honded, on the name terms. !
This niovn brings Into possible
roductivlty a very largo area of limd i
M (urtllti and capable as tho avcrago
itiu, and If tho offer can bo Im-
roviil It uliHolutttly remove f.-om '
io einployo',, family oxpenso account
lio cent of vegetables for an entire
if li 4
inclusive, Block one; Lots One to
! i Twelve inclusive. Block Two; Lots
j Three, Four and Nine Block Three;
jail in the Second Addition to the
(City of Vernonla, as appear by the
I record thereof in the office of the
County Clerk of said Columbia Coun
Ity; Also the South Pifty acres of the
I West half of the Southeast Quarter
i of Section Five. Townshln Four
R. S. HATTAN, County Judge
A. E. HARVEY, Commissioner
JUDSON WEED, Commissioner
H. E. ABRY. Roadmaster.
13-2 A. F. BARNETT, County Clerk.
H. M. TERRY
THE MOTOR TROUBLE
Expert MaohinlKt. Bring your
auto troubles to rne. Marine work
a specialty. Shop at St Helens
PRICKS ALWAYS REASONABLE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, COUNTY
North, Range Four West of the WII-; M(!ta Brg;..P,Sl,ltllt,-.V8- ' F Pax
lamette Meridian; that the defend
ants be declared and adjudged to
have no Interest or estate whatever
in or to tho above described prem
ises or any part thereof, and for such
further relief as to the Court shall
seem meet and agreeablo to equity.
and for his costs and disbursements.
ton. Pacific States Trust Company,
and ,J. H. Vcgt, Secretary of Paci
fic States Trust Company, Defend
ants. To O. F. Paxton and Pacific Str.tes
Trust Company, above named defendants.
In the name of the State of Ore-
i Thin mini mnn. i. n..hiiuhH ,.o., eon you are hereby required to ap
to an order made and entered by the pfa,r and r.nswer the complaint of the
Honorable J. A. Eakin, Judge of the Plalnt11' in lne above entitled action,
above entitled Court on the 28 day ?" r b,ef.re, the 9th day of Apr11' '
of February. 1917. The first pub- 1917 hlSh ,s moro tnan s!x weeks
Ucatlon of this Summons is the 2nd
day of March, 1917. Last publica
tion April 13, 1917.
M. E. MILLER & W. A. HARRIS,
Attorneys for Plr.intlff.
PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS
after Uie date of first publication of
this summons, and it you fail to so
answer, for want thereof, the plaint
iff will apply to the Court for the
relief prayed for in plaintiff's com
That plaintiff bo declared the own
er in fee simple of the following de-'
TIMBER LOGGING SCENE, COLUMBIA COUNTY
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
LARGE IMPORTATIONS !
OF SOYA BEAN OIL;
i Tlio tiro 2 ram clven by tho High
pwiinm l'ril, t Going rjmt III Hpc i Sclloo, Glee Club at tho city hall
Hal Train Cargoes.
A speclul truln of thirty tank cars
RryliiK 8,000 gallons of JnuBiioso
f")a bean 0 t,Ucli, or a total cargo
1 .0.0()0 gallons, valued nt 118B.-
rOO. lias Iumi iw...n .ii- ..i.-. i
i uidiuii;iivi. .......
rcl via the Union Pacific avstum
P I'lnclniiuti to be usod by Proctor
nnililu as PBsnntlal oils in the
F'wnufacturo of sonp.
llO IlKK Of nOVfl hunt! nil In II. a
filled Slates is of comnaratlvelv re-
fnported iB0 fP ,i, ,!,
jsl"co th,,,, tlle inrtu.t ,m grown t0
I'T" Gallon of about 7.000.0.in n-
"ully, but never beforn In neh
hUMllllleS ug to ronulrn a ...nelnl
j1"11'' of specially built tanks for
lllO oil h uH(1 In rot.li.nl Iw.of
ltld pork f,,i
I . " uinur onus oi
I'Wilnmi. creiisoH ui.ii. i,.., i.nn.o
"o Mpenslve for such purposes. Tho
miUBtry huH Krown tQ BUCU an exlont
"l firms In tho oast using It have
" it necessary to station tholr
JPMwmtatlvei In Seattle to handle
Hiese firms Include extensive
Pal,t IHlinilfn,.l.,, . J
I, ""'"icii WHO IIUVQ IOUI11I
,n "'' Oil a v1..um ...i. ....
llniMicd Oil In II,.. ,!.; ..
' Varllios, and the extent to
fie li'1 h bulnR httndled has JuhII
r? .. Unlon raclfl" I" tlio con-
;ucll of speclul tank cars for that
Friday night was Interesting and en
lortatning to tlio uovurul hundred
people present. Tho soIob, skltu and
selections by tho cfub were well rcn
deied and heartily oncored. A tld)
lt..l lluml frn.n thn eon.
cert, which will go towards clearing
tho student body debt.
Tho girls' baskutbul game came out
Amendments to the student body
eon.itltutlon were placed beforfl thai
august body Wednesday morning and
woro adopted. These amendments
pertain to athletics.
,!r I'an brick Ico cream at Ma-
'IV"" OJT IKS ""Ibed property in Columbia Coun
cnVlNTV iw rn nim, 111B,,ty. Orecon: All of that tract of
C OUNTY Or (.OL.LMBIA BiOCk No. 7 of Tichenor's First Addi-
Mae Crook, P alntlff, vs. Charles tion to the City of Clatskanie, as
Trt rHim p'imnr ti i aPPears by the plat of said addition,
TO CHARLES t ROOK, The above recorded in the office of the County
named defendant: Clerk of Columbia County, State of
In the namo of the State of Ore- Oregon, and that defendants and each '
gon, you are hereby required to ap-; 0f them, be barred from setting up
pear and answer the complaint filed ; any right, title or Interest in and to
against you in the above entitled suit the said premises or any part there
within six weeks from the date of the of. 1
first publication of this summons, to- i That this is a suit to quiet title to '
wit, the 28th day of April. 1917, and Uie above described property. !
If you fail to appear or answer for : That plaintiff have such other and
want thereof, tho plaintiff will apply ' further relief as to the Court may
to the court for the relief prayed for seem meet and equitable in the prem
tn her complaint, to-wlt, for a decree tses.
dissolving the bonds of matrimony j tMb summons is served upon you '
heretofore and now existing between i by publication by order of Judge R I
plaintiff and defendant, upon the L. Hattan, which order is dated Feb. 1
grounds of cruel and inhuman treat-j ictii, 19y7. !
ment. and for such other and further i Date of first publication February !
relief as to the court may seem just 23rd, 1917.
and equltablo. Date of last publication ADril 6th.
Another of the big Cowlitz county
enmps got under way the first of
this weok, after the winter shut
In a most doBlrablo and ploaslng man- down, when the Wisconsin Logging
nor Saturday night at least the & Timber Company at Midway put a
score was ploiiBlug to the St. Helens '. lurgo crow of men ut work in tho
rooters, for tho score was 6 to 1 In j woods. Tho Wisconsin company
our favor. Tho game was cxcltlug , operates at a high elevation, using
and tho guarding was especially well an Inclined roadway, down which the
done. Only one field basket was loaded cars are lowered by donkeys
n.nd.i durlnir the game, tho other to get the timber out from one of
points being made on fouls. Our
llnoup whs as follows: Adams, cen
ter; Hattan, Hudspeth, forwards; La
Baro, Dixon, guards. Scappooso line
up was Johnson, center; Lynch and
Wost, forwardB; Bonnet and Omen,
their operating sldos, and much snow
remained in the woods when logging
was rosumcd. About 300,000 feet
of logs a day aro dumped Into the
Cowllu r.t Oak Point from tho Wis
consin company rollway each day
when the camp Is operating to full
Tho student body debt faded away j capacity, and moro thr.n 250 men are
Into tho distance when the proceeds employed. Kolsonlun. .
from the gloo club concert and tho(
girls' basketball g.mo wore handed
In. Approximately sovonty dollars
was cleared. Tho student l.oly
wishes to thank uU those who so
kindly supported them at tho gume
and tho concert.
The Girls' Literary Socloty Is plan
ning for a "big tlmo" on Friday
night. The play which was given
laBt Saturday afternoon will bo re
peatod, and a taffy pull will take
placo afterwards. Happy Is bIio who
belongs to the society and gots in on
all those things.
The Wheeler sawmill capacity will
ho Increased from 150,000 to 200,
000 feet per day. The resumption
of operations is warranted from the
orders booked ahead.
Robert Strahorn reports that it Is
poWilhlo that construction on the pro
posed Oregon-California & Eastern
Rallrond will be started this summer.
Uocuutto of the Increase In prices of
steel the cost of the road will be In
creased $2,000 per mile.
by publication thereof in pursuance
of an order of the Honorable J. A.
Eakin, Judge of the above entitled
court, directing publication thereof
In the St. Helens Mist, and which
said order was made and entered on
the 9th day of March, 1917, in the
above entitled court.
OLIVER M. HICKEY,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
First publication March 16.
Last publication April 27.
St. Helens Creamery wants to buy
your cream always; market quota
tions. Phone 115. tf
Attorney for Plaintiff. !
202 Stock Exchange Bldg., 1
ANTI-URIC, the famous ROOT and
BERRY remedy for RHEUMATISM.
Contains no opiates or chemicals, and
wilt not Injure the most delicato
Btomach or digestion. Results guar
anteed or money refunded. Price
(1.60 per outfit. For salo by
A. J. DEMING
8t Helens, Oregon
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, FOR COL
In the Matter of the Estate of Rob
ert Kennedy, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given to tho
creditors of and all persons having
claims against the estate of Robert
Kennedy, deceased, to present the
same, wtth the necessary vouchers,
! to the undersigned, administrator
j wtth the Will annexed of said es-i
jtate, at his office in St. Helens, Col-
! umbia County, State of Oregon, that '
j being the place designated for tho j
I transaction of the business of said
; estate, within six months from the
date of this notice. i
: Dated, March 2, 1917.
! GEO. H. SHINN, j
j Administrator with the Will an
1 ncxed of the estate of Robert
E. S. SNELLING, 11-5
i Attorney for said estate.
The Farmers' Croainory at Elgin
will add a cheese factory with a ca
pacity of 300 pounds per day.
in coiiinetitlon with ALL OTHER FLOURS received the highest possible
award, the GUAM) PRIZE at Pnnnniu-l'uclflc International Exposition
Use the best and you are always satisfied
MASON, EHRMAN & CO., TrI&K0
at the lowest rates and
on long time. Repay
able In Buch installments
as the borrower may
wish. Liberal prepay
ment terms arranged. No
v commissions charged.
Loans closed promptly.
701 Corbett Bldg.
IT looks as if it belongs
to a substantial citizen.
It feels that way, too;
it's smooth and solid and
thin. It slips into your
pocket like a silver dollar
and lies there snug and flat.
It keeps good time. It's
the kind of watch your
friends check their time by
that always gets you to
your train while it is still
in the station.
I've been looking for this
watch for yean. I know
my customers ivait a imall,
thin, accurate, 4-jewel watc h ;
but until now the price of
such a watch has been more
than many of them cared to
pay. That's why this new
one is such a find. It is
the "Waterbury Watch",
a new lngtrioll, and the
price is just about a third
what you think it would
be. It's three dollars.
Von A. Gray
ST. HELENS, OREGON
I George's Market
FRESH AM) SALT
PHONE 48 Prompt Service
Hotel Barber Shop
II. T. BENNETT, Propr.
MOST SANITARY SHOP IN
A REAL SHOE SHINE
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