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(CALIFORNIA)
V
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klt'i Turner 22
crford'i 23
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S.P. & S. TIME TABLE
From Portland
Leaves
Portland.
.. 8:10 a. in.
..12:25 p. m.
. . D: 15 p. ui.
. . 6: 16 p. ni.
To Portland
Leaves
HI. Melons
. . 7:69 a. m.
11:16 a. tu.
3:31 p. m.
8:62 p. m.
Buwi Icovu tor station about 20
Monies In advance of above time.
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St. Melons
:12 a. m.
1:33 p. m.
6:23 p. m.
7:03 p. m.
Arrives
Portland
9:15 a. m.
12:20 p. m.
4:40 p m.
9:50 p. m
George's Market
NT. IIKI.I.'NS
HtriKII AND HALT
MEATS
l'H0NK4H Prompt Hvrvlt-e
To the PUBLIC!
STEAM, TURKISH
AND SHOWER BATHS
Every Day
at Kaleva Hotel
.Courteous treatment and
sanitary arrangements.
Visitors to inspect will be
- welcomed
"I'm not supposed to do that," said
he. . .
Whon an extra tnsk he chanced to
soo;
"Thai's no', my Job, rnd It's not my
ccro.
Bo I'll pass It by and leave It there."
And the bona who gave him hla
weekly pay
Last more than Ills wages on him
that day.
"I'm not supposed to do that," he
i said.
! "That duty belongs to Jim or Fred."
So a little tank that was In his way
That ho could havo handled without
dolay
Wns left unflnlHhcd; the way was
paved
For a heavy Ions he could have saved
I
! And time went on and he kept his
place
Hut he nover altered his er.sy pnee,
I And folks remarked on how well he
i know
The lino of the task he wns hired to
do;
For never once was he known to turn
1 Ills hands to things not of his con-
corn.
' Hut there In his foolish rut he stayed,
I And for all he did he was fairly paid.
; Hut he was t ever worth a dollar or
j" more
I Than ho got for his toll when the
week was o'er;
For he knew tco well whon his work
was throuch
That he'd done all he w.-.s hired to do.
If you want to grow In this world,
young man,
You must do every day all tin work
you can;
, If you find a task, though It's not
your bit,
' And It should be dono, take care of
And you'lt ncvor conquer or rise If
you
Do only tho things you're supposed
to do. Exchange.
.NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS
Tho Artisans plan to erect their
own home at Canby.
f '
Lime and sulphur spraying solu
tion, 50c a gallon. Water glass
egg preservative In 36c, 60c and $1
bottles. Dcming's Drug Store, on
the Strand.
10
E AT HOWIE
Our work and service is
as good a:; you can get in
Portland. Let us call for
Voiir laundry.
St. Helens Steam
Laundry
Geo. Watkins, Prop.
A HOME INDUSTRY
HVMMONH HV Pl'BLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATK OF OREGON, IN ANU
FOR TUB COUNTY OF COLUM-
llIA- .
Mary E. Buol. Plaintiff, vs. Frank
A. lluol. Defendant.
To Frank A. Buol, the above
n n in n1 flttf An riant
In the name of the State of Ore
gon, you are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint filed
against you In the above entitled suit,
on or before the 8th day of June.
1917, said date being more man six
weeks from the 27th day of April,
1917, tho dote fixed for the first pub
lication of this summons, and if you
fail to answer or otherwise appear
t.n.oin ! ninintilT for the want
thereof, "will apply to the court for
the relief prayed for in nor top--i.i..t
ho.nin tn.wlt! For a iudg-
ment and doe'ree against the defend
ant that tho bonus oi matrimony
heretofore existing and now existing
between the plaintiff and defendant
bo dissolved and held for naught,
and such further and other relief as
to this Honorable Court may seem
just and equitable.
This Bumraons Is served upon you
by publication thereof in the St. Hol
ens Mint, by order of the Honorable
J. A. Eakln, Judge of the above en
titled Court, dated the 23rd day of
Aprllr 1917.
WYATT & CAMPBELL.
Attornoys for Plaintiff, Port
land, Orogon. '
Date of first publication April 2.,
1917.
Date of last publication June 1st,
1917.
WHEREAS, the Common Council
of the City of St. Helens, Oregon,
deem It expedient to construct a side
walk along the North side of Tualat
in street from the southeast corner
of lot 22 of Block 25, to the south
east corner of Block 34, In said City,
thence northerly along the east sido
of Block 34 to the Northeast corner
of said Block 34, and assess the cost
of such construction to the owners
of the property abutting thereon.
THEREFORE, Be It resolved by
raid Common Council of the City of
St. Helens ttiat Tualatin Street and
Oak Street, In said City of St. Helens,
Oregon, be Improved by the construc
tion of a wooden sidewalk along the
north side of Tualatin Street from
the southeast corner of lot 22 of
Illock 25, to the southeast corner of
Illock 34, in sojd City, thence north
erly, on Oak Street along the east
side of Block 34 to the Northeast
corner of said Block according to the
established grade and plans and the
specifications of the City Engineer
on file with the Recorder of said
City; snd said common Council here
by declares its Intontlon to so Im
prove said Streets.
And it appearing that the said
City Engineer upon the orders of
said City Council, has made the
necessary surveys, plans and speci
fications for said Improvement and
has placed the total estimate of such
Improvement at the sum of $485.00.
NOW THEREFORE, be It further
resolved that the Engineer's plans,
specifications and estimates be, and
the same hereby is approved.
AND BE IT FURTHER RE
SOLVED, That the cost of the con
struction of said sidewalk be assessed
to tho owners of the property ad
jacent thereto, if the same be not
constructed by the owners of such
real property; and that the City
Recorder give notice to the property
owners to be affected by such Im
provement In the manner provided
by the Charter of said clly. requir
ing and ordering ssld property own
ers to built and complete sidewalks.
Passed by the City Council April
3d, 1917.
Pursuant to the foregoing Resolu
tion and the Charter of said City,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to
the nronertv owners affected by said
crooosed Improvement, and to all
persons Interested therein, to appear
and make and file with the Recorder
of said City, within 20 days from
tho date of tho first publication Here
of. yaur written Remonstrances
asnlnst the nroDosed Improvement.
Date of first publication may sin,
1817.
Oiven under my hand and the seal
of the City of St. Helens, Oregon,
this 4th day of May, 1917.
E. E. QUICK,
20-2 City Recorder.
No. 73
BANK STATEMENT
Report of the condition of the S.
M. Mann ti Co., Bankors, at Scap
poose, In tho 8tate of Orecon, at the
close of business May 1, 1917.
KesourceN
Loans and discounts. ... 66,732 02
Overdrafts, secured and
unsecured 366.34
Bonds and warrants. .. . 11,097.23
Hacking house 6,250.00
Furniture and flxturon. . 2,200.00
Due from banks (not re
serve banks) 451.74
Due from approved re
serve banks 6,971.84
Checks and other cauh
Items 163.67
Cosh on hand 2,495.13
YOUR PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTION
Total $ 96,711.97
LhthiliUe
Capital stock paid ln...S 26,000.00
Surplus fund 30.00
Undivided profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid 113.79
Individual deposits sub
ject to check 60,630.66
Demand certificates of
deposit 1,921.60
Cashier checks outstand
ing 518.37
Time and saving deposits 7,597.65
Total .. 95,711.97
Stato of Oregon,
County of Columbia ss.
I. D. OrAWlpv f'aahlnf. tt thn
above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that the abovo statement is
true to the best of my knowledge
and beliof.
D. CROWLEY,
Cashier.
Subscribed and iwnrn In hofnm ma
this 10 day of May, 1917.
J. O. WATTS,
Notary Public.
My commission oxnlrei Anrll 1
1920.
Correct Attest:
GUST AVE LANCE,
J. G. WATTS,
Directors.
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When brought to our store, will be accurately and
carefully filled and none but the best of drugs used.
So both you and he will feel perfectly safe.
WE ALWAYS HAVE IN STOCK
a large line of Toilet Articles, Stationery, Magazines
and Druggist's Sundries
Deming's Drug Store
Phone 13 ST. HELENS. ORR
The county court of Coos county
has awarded contracts for the build
ing of the Bandon-Curry road for
$49,665.10 and tlfc Coauille-Coaledo
road for $80,030.60.
C ASTORIA
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Always bears
too
Sicna'"r
Broken Wind -Heaves
DrAjCDamelsI
4
Help
your
horse
to health
and
Dr. Daniels' Renovator Powders
A True Conditioner
A Spring Medicine lor that Tired Peeling
Try one package Costs 50 cents
Money back If not Mtirilod
Voa Uko no risk with Daniels'
Ask our Atont for Dr. DanWU' Frea Book
A. J. DKMING,
lfruggist.
J. L. WILLIAMS & SONS
Successors to Perry & Graham
A Full and Complete line of General Merchandise
The Dependable Kind
Dry Goods, Shoes and Groceries
Free Delivery
Give us a trial and you will be satisfied
Phone 34 WEST ST. HELENS, ORE.
Your Spring Suit
You should order it now. Come in and look over, my
line of woolens. During the past month I have made
suits for some of the best dressers in the city, and they
were
ENTIRELY SATISFIED
Let me demonstrate to you that for Style, Fit, Work
manship arid Good Material, my tailored garments are
above the standard.
J. F. RYAN
I
MERCHANT TAILOR
St. Helens, Oregon
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CENTRAL MARKET
RAY MORTON
Phone 60
The Market of Purity and Quality
of Meats both Fresh and Cured.
Greatest assortment of Lunch Meats in town.
Highest cash price paid for Hogs and Veal.
A trial will be appreciated. Prompt Delivery
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
the undorslgnod has been appointed
administratrix of the estate of George
L. Morel, deceased, by me county
('..-! r tha atata of Oregon for Col
umbia County, and has qualified. All
. . . i .. . ..i j
persons naving eiaima anii iu
estate are hereby notified to present
same, duly verified, to the under
signed at her home at Goble, Oregon,
within six months from date hereof.
Dated and first published May 4,
1917.
LOUISE M. ANLIKER,
Administratrix of the estate of
George L. Morel, deceased.
J. W. DAY.
Attorney. 20-5
The county court of Marlon coun
ty has decided to use wood In the
construction of new highway bridges.
NOTICR OK ADMINISTRATOR'S i
BALK OF REAL KSTATK AT
PRIVATE BALK.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR COL
UMBIA COUNTY. I
In the Matter of the Estate of Mar
tin Carnlff, Deceasod.
Notice is hereby given that in pur
suance of an order of the County
court of the county of Columbia,
state of Oregon, made on the 10th
day of April, 1917, In the matter of
the estate of Martin Carnltl, de
ceased, the undersigned, the adminis
trator of the estate of Martin Carnlff,
deceased, will soil at private sale, in
one parcel, to the highest bidder,
upon the terms and conditions here
inafter, mentioned, and subject to
confirmation by said County court,
on or after Saturday, the 12th day
of May, 1917, all the right, title, in
terest and estate or the said Martin
Carnlff, deceased, at the time of his
death. In and to the real property
hereinafter described, and all the
right, title and interest that the es
tate has by operation of law, or
otherwise acquired, other than or in
addition to that of said deceased, at
tho time, of his death, of. In, and
to the following described real prop
erty, situated in Columbia County,
State of Oregon, to-wlt: Tho NW14
of Section 32, Township 4 North,
Range 2 West of the Willamette Mer.
and containing 160 acres, more or
less.
Terms and conditions of sale: Cash
In Gold Coin of the United States;
ten ner cent of the purchase money
to be paid at the time of sale; bal
ance on confirmation of 'sale by the
County Court. All bids or offerB
must be in writing, and mailed to
said administrator at Scappoose, Col
umbia County. Oregon, at any time
after the first publication of this
notice and before the making of the
sale.
Dated April 12th, 1917.
First publication Aprl 13, 1917.
Last publcaton May 11, 1917.
JAMES LEONARD,
.Administrator of the Estate of
Martin Carnlff, Deceased.
W. A. HARRIS & O. A. GORE,
Attorneys for Administrator,
St, Helens, Oregon.
Spring Goods Are Arriving
CHILDREN'S GINGHAM DRESSES, 75c to $1.50
Dainty and seasonable patterns in all Dress Goods.
Shoes for each member of the family.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS AND NOVELTIES
Children's Middies and Ladies' Lingerie Waists
M. ROSENTHAL
WHY EXPERIMENT?
in competition with ALL OTHER FLOURS received the hihest post,illo
award, the (JHANI) PRIZE at Pannraa-Parlfic International Imposition
Use the best and you are always satisfied
MASON, EHRMAN & CO., FOollF

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