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ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1917 5
j ltl)IX.NCK XO. M I -' UKI)I1VI'I ... ft we XJDSON--H. O. Il.rri,iCe.,S.i.F,.n.Wto- I "Many owners of Hudaon Super-six cars um J 'aroUne.Wehaar nothing but prauefurit." 'ORD-Fhr-AttfrtryS.IiCo.,UsAn,flt- "we recommend Zerolem for tlx lubrication of Ford era." MAXWELL-!- C PhcUn, Frn "ZroUn. U giving ue th. but of aatiafao. p lion. 1 lUPMOBILO-M.nlry Aut. Co., PtU4 we arc convinced dial .arol.tie U giving uniformly satisfactory resulu." V r - r-ni B m ROLEN E e Standard Oil for Motor Cars Endorsed by Leading Car Distributors because I ha records of lhair service dVp.rt mauls allow ImI SCtrolene, correctly nn-ied from California asphalt base crude, give. Cirfect lubrication leae wear, luore power. Ail carbon deposit. Uealm rvrrywhtre mnjtl our ttrvice ttalivni STANDARD OIL COMPANY For traclon, Zrrolrnr I leary-Duty b apaialij rtcommtnJtj 7 Jl II . ,. , r'"lulrl"K and directing " Ity of Ht. Helens, Oregon o nil or Ht. Helens Street, In said "y. and the tl.lol,.r..l lying ?, HM-dluioly In front an.l , aster Iv '"'" fn.ni. In the Columbia River-"j- directing the Co,mil(,n Conn'- l" of kuI.1 city to oH.t a warrant J rown on tho Geer;il ,,,, 0nfr u'.Ti,'." "a5","!'" thereof. V HKKKAS, tho City of Ht. Helens no outlnt to H,, Columbia Rye? brm.gh any of Its ntrcets within th" business portion of said City, and Ib now making arrangement d n"p, ! lai id ylng directly n front uml eHt. rly of the ciiHt end of Ht. Helens Hlrwt in said City; AND WIIKItKAS Hint portion of tho .Strand lying eust and Immediately In front of the east r y end of Kl. Helena Street, In said Ity have signified their willingness to Hell tho name to said City, for street and wharvlng purposes, for the sum of (),,., Thousand Dollars, as well as all tbo rest of their interest In said Ktriind; NOW TIIKKKKOIIE. the City of ht. Helens docs ordain UH follows: iwouon 1. That the City of St. Helens, Oreiron. thrnnr-li nu r...r.w... Council. Is hereby directed, ordered' and reoulred, to purchase all of that potrlon of tho Ktrand, In tho city of! pi. ii -lens, oreson, lying east and iiuineiiiai DO YOU MEAN TO TELL ME THAT IS THE OLD GENUINE GRAVELY TOBACCO! YES. AND ITS HELD ITS REPUTATION FOR 85 YEARS I c - GRAVELY RS Chewing Plu BEFORCTHE INVENTION CP OUR PATENT AIR-PROOF POUCH GRAVELY PLUG TOBACCO MADE SfRICTLY FOR ITS CHEWING QUALITY WOULD NOT KEEP FRESH IN THIS SECTION. NOWTHE PATENT POUCH KEEPS IT FRESH AND CLEAN AND GOOD. A LITTLE CHEW OF GRAVELY IS ENOUGH AND LASTS LONGER THAN A BIG CHEW OF ORDINARY PLUG. .7.'.7.i.9rmlyJb0accoCo Dutmii.VA. "TiMr"'0 BELIiVE BILLY POSTE!?. THAT NEW POUCH IS A FEACM IV, mmedlately In front of the easterly1 y Pul,llcatlon thereof once a week 1 Lumber Co.) and nd of Ht. Helens Street In said City 1 Slx conBecutlvo weokH In St. Del-; Northerly along th( ')r Ono Thouwind Dollurs- I ens Mist' a newsPPer of general cir-j tract of land to the Iry, Feed and Sale Stable : DRAYINC AND TRANSFER All Business Promptly Attended To PHONE 15 C . DAVIES - - Prop. ST. HELENS, OREGON i ..... fo Section 2. That the Itocnrdnr ,.f said City be, and ho hereby Is, dl reci.'d and ordered, to draw his war rant on the (ioneral Kund of said City, in payment of said purchase. Kead the llrst time July 30, 1917. Head the second time by title July 3(1, 1UI7. Head the third time and passed Oct. 15, 1917. Approved by the Mayor Oct. 15. 1917. S. C. MORTON, Mayor. Attest: K. K. QUICK, Hecorder of the City of Ht. Hel ens, Oregon. This summons Is served upon you ! and referred to as Rainier Mill & I which is for a decree of divorce and running thence that the bonds of matrimony between the East line of said ; plaintiff and defendant be forever dls- i ii n i . i ui liiiiii ... iiiu ii .'' ii uaTur fnnn. . an von ann my tiin ntna na tar a a tr. culatlon published in St. Helens, Col-1 nel of the Columbia River, thence tho Court shall seem Just and equit umbia County, Oregon, pursuant to Southeasterly along said deep water ablo. an order of the Hon. James A. Eakln, i channel 5100 feet, more or less, to i This Summons Is served upon you Judge of the above entitled Court, that certain tract of land conveyed by being published once a week for made and entered herein on the 29th to Moses W. LaLond by A. T. Dob-; six consecutive weeks in tho St. Hel day of October, 1917. j bins and Mercy S. Dobbins, his wife, j ens Mist, a weakly newspaper pub- Date of first publication November j by deed dated August 13, 1889, and lished In Columbia County, Oregon, 2- l17. ! recorded May 15, 1890, In Book "K" ; by order of Hon. J. A. Eakin, Judgo Date of last publication December ; at page 430 thereof, of said deed of of said Court, dated Oct. 15, 1917, 14 117. -I records, thence Southerly along the ' proscribing publication thereof In H. A. WEHSTER, I Westerly line 6f said tract of land said paper for said time. Attorney for Plaintiff. to said right of way of said railroad, j The date of the first publication Residing in Portland, Oregon, j and thence Northwesterly along said of this summons is Oct. 19, 1917, and f. u. Auuress iiv vv orcester lildg., I right of way to the placo of begin- the date of the last publication Is ning, together with all lands and Nov. 30, 1917. Portland, Oregon. SUMMONS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OK OREGON, FOR COL UMBIA COUNTY. vs. Frank SK YOUR GROCER 3f Bread from our modern, cleanly bakery. You I will like it and continue to use it. 1m Rolls, Cream Puffs, Doughnuts, Pies and Cakes EST ST. HELENS BAKERY S. IIEUMAN. Proprietor hcoie B-114 West St. Helens, Oregon st Mile moM .:. Most Miles ' $745 t. O. B. DETROIT Tner. ara viaiona now and than In bud naaa and industry. Th. Ma.w.ll motor car U wonderful vision that baa baan mada raal. Th. fi.ml purpot. of Ih. Ma.w.ll buildart wa. in th. beginning, and it now, to produc. a ear which would b, In ha highe.l aan.a, olh clant, durabla, .conomlc.l, cotnforUbl. ana standard In aquipment. Many y.ara axpari.nc. In production on v..t .cat. h.a taught th. Mw.ll m.nuf.c turers two thingi. On. ! that .uch a car .a th.y h.v. .Way. mad. thalr aim a car in which afficancy, durability, Konomy, comfort, beauty .nd .land ard aquipm.nt ara all praaant cannot b. built lor I... th.n 745 with material! at their preiant pric.a. Th. other leaaon la that, for mor. than $745, they could not giv. you anything mor. th.n th. Mmw.I1 now h.. .ae.pt greater or (usuries, pur. and simple. In other word, they ar. convinced and th.y have convinced us that they h.v. foun? th. great MIDDLE LINE where you get dollar for dollar In ABSOLUTE VALl'E. INDEPENDENT AUTO CO. St. Helens, Ore., Agents ml ORDI.M.NCK XO. 2(M T ,,K 111111 pul)lic Nln:l Uryan, Plaintiff. :..... - Bimii i.oi iih oper-, Hryan, Defendant, aled In the ( Ity of St. Helens, Ore- To Frank Bryan, the above named gon, .except under or by virtue of defendant: a franchise or franchises given or1 in the namo of the Stato of Ore granted by said City. g0n: You ara hereby rcsulred to The (ity of St. Helens does ordain appear and nnswer the complaint as follows: fl0 against you in the nbovo entitled Section 1. That a public utility sut and cauco, within bIx weeks from vehicle, under this Ordinance is here- , tho 19tli day of October. 1917. said by declared to mean and does mean: date being tho first day of publica Any auto car, auto bus, jitney, omni-ltion of said Bummons, and if you fail bus, automobile, taxlcub, or other : to appear and answer, for want there vehicles propelled, operated, driven 0f, the plaintiff will apply to the or drawn by any motive power what-: COUrt for the relief demanded and ever (Including vehicles drawn by i praycd for in tho complaint herein, horses or other animals), which is to-wit: run or operated on the streets of St. j That the marriage and mr.rrlage Helena, Oregon, to or from a point ( contract now exiting between the within or without said City, or be- plaintiff and the defendant herein be tween particular points in said City, dissolved and set aside, that the or to a particular point In said City, piaitiff )e given r.n absolute divorce to or from a particular point or place from the defendant, and for such outside of said City, or over any par- other and further relief ns may seem tlcular route or routes for the pur- equitable to tho court, pose of affording a means of local This summons Is served upen you transportation of passengers or per- ,y virtue of an order niado by the sons for hire or fares us may offer Hon. James A. Eakin. Judge of the themselves for transportation along circuit court of tho county of Colum the way, courso or route on which It bia, for the state of Oregon, dated on is used or operated or may be run- the 15th day of October, 1917, and ning: Provided, that railroad cars, which order proscribes that the sum street railway cars and also nions in this suit shall be served upon carriages, automobiles and taxi- you by publication onco a week for cabs, which do not operate or Bx consecutive weeks in the St. Hel run over a' particular route or to or ens Mist, a newspo.per of general clr from a particular point or between dilation, published in tho couaty of particular points or not used for hire ' Columbia, stato of Oregon, or fares, shall not be considered pub-j F. E. M'GINNIS, lie utility vehicles wtihln the mean-; Attorney for Plaintiff, lug hereof. Couch Bldg., Portland, Ore. Section 2. From and after the' Dato of first publication October first day of January, 191S, It shall 19th, 1917. bo unlawful for any person to oper-1 pato of last publication November ato liny public utility vehicles on any 30th, 1917. street of tho City of St. Helens, Ore- j 1 gon, either wholly within said City' SIMMONS of St. Helens or partly within said ' in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE City to or from a point outside of i STATE OF OREGON, FOR THE said City, without first obtaining a j COUNTY OF COLUMBIA. franchise therefor from said City Mary W. Newsom nnd W. E. Now- of St. Helens, Oregon, which frun- som, husband and wife, chlso shall bo given or granted by Plaintiffs, Ordinance. vs. Section 3. That each such fran-1 Charles A. Johnson, Jfhn Anderson chlso shall bo given and granted on and Jane Doo Anderson, his wife, such terms, provisions and conditions w hose given name is unknown, the as may bo determined ny me ordi nance granting such franchise. Section 4. Any person who shall operate any public utility vehicle mentioned in Section 1 of tins oroi- nanco on any street, road or high way of the City of St. Helens, Ore gon, either wholly within said City or partly within said City to or from a point outside or said city, without llrst obtaining a franchise therefor,! from said City, shall bo guilty of a misdemeanor, nnd upon conviction thereof shall be fined in a sum not less than Twenty Dollars nor more than Fifty Dollars, or by imprison ment in tho City jail for not less than ton days ndY moro than twenty tivo days or by both such fine and Imprisonment; nnd each day of such unlawful operation of any such pub lie utility vehicle shall bo deemed a separate and distinct offence. Rend tho first time Sept. 4, 1917. Road the ss-coiid time Sept. 4, 1917. Rend the third timo and passed Oct. 25, 1917. Approved Oct. 25th, 1917. S. C. MORTON, Mayor. Attest: E. E. QUICK. ' Recorder. rights of every nature and kind in cluded In the within described bound aries. The said described real property being the same real estate described in tho plaintiffs' complaint herein; that the title to said premises be for ever quieted in plaintiffs as against all adverse claims of you and each of you and that all of the claim, right, title, estate, lien or interest of you and each of you In and to said real estate be forever barred and that you and each of you be forever en V. L. COOPER, Attorney for Plaintiff. 926 Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Portland, Oregon. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OP FINAL AfXXMJNT AND DISTRIBUTION IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR COL UMBIA COUNTY. In the Matter of the Estate of Christ ina Heizenreter, Deceased. .. Notice is hereby given: That joined and debarred from asserting Henry W. Heizenreter, administrator any claim whatsoever in and to said of the estate of Christina Heizenreter, premises or any part or parcel there-; deceased, has rendered and presented of adverse ot plaintiffs and tlir.t the ' for final settlement, and filed in said title to said premises be forever court his final account of his admin quieted in plr.Intlffs and for such : Istration of said estate, together with other and further relief as to tho i his report and petition for final dis Court may seem Just and equitable j tribution, and that Saturday, the in the premises. 1 10th day of November, 1917, at 10 This summons is published in the 1 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, St. Holens Mist once each week for at tho court-room of said court in six successive weeks by order of tho the City of St. Helens, in said county, Honorable J. A. Eakin, Judge of the has been fixed and appointed as the above entitled court made and en-; time and place for the settlement of tercd on tho 8th day of October, said account and the hearing ot said 1917. report and petition, at which time Tho first publication is October 12, and place any person interested in 1917. : said estate may appear and file his Last publication is November 23, ' exceptions, in writing, to the said 1917. account, and contest the same. ROBERT J. UPTON, j HENRY W. HEIZENRETER, Attorney for Plaintiffs, i Administrator of the estate of Chris 406 Fenton Building, Portland, Ore. i tlna Heizenreter, Deceased. First publication Oct. 12, 1917. Last publication Nov. 9, 1917. HARRIS & GORE. Attorneys for Administrator. A little want ad In the St. Helens Mist will bring results. IN THE COUNTY COURT FOR COL UMBIA COUNTY, STATE OF OREGON. In tho Matter of the Estito of Aug ustus William Schmidt, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Har mann Schmidt has filed his final ac count as executor of the estate of Augustus William Schmidt, deceased, ; and that Monday, the 26th day of November, 1917, at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M., and tho Court room ot this Court nt St. Helens, Oregon, hnvo been fixed for the settlement of said account and of any objections that may be made thereto. Dated Oct. 22, 1917. HERMANN SCHMIDT. As Executor of the Estate of Aug ust William Schmidt, Deceased. unknown heirs of Mercy S. John son, deceased, the unknown heirs of John Anderson nnd Jane Doe Anderson, if the said John Ander son or Jane Doe Anderson be dead, also all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, , estate, lien or interest in the real estate described in the complaint heroin, Defendants. To Charles A. Johnson. John Ander son nnd Jane Doe Anderson, his wife, whose given name Is un known, the unknown liolrs of Morcy S. Johnson, deceased, the unknown heirs ot John Anderson and Jane Doo Anderson, if the said John Anderson or Jane Doe Ander son be doad, also all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate. Hen or Interest in the real eutato described in the complaint horoin, defendants: IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON, you and each of you are hereby required to appear and answor the complaint filed against you in the above entitled suit on or beforo tho 26th dny of November, 1917, that being the day fixed by an order of Court for you to appear and 1 answer herein and more than six SI MMONS weoks from tho date of tho first pub- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH E Hcation of this summons and if you STATE Or UKKUUN, MJit i ita (nii to so appear and answer tne SUMMONS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR COL UMBIA COUNTY. Ed Andersen, Plaintiff, vs. Eva An dersen, Defendant. To Eva Andersen, the above named defendant: In the name of the State of Ore gon, you aro hereby raquired to ap pear and answor the complaint filed against you In tho above entitled Court and cause on or before the ex piration of six weeks successive pub lication of this Summons, and if you fail to so answer or appoar, plaintiff will apply to tho Court for the relief which Is demanded In the complaint, Holiday Goods Are now arriving. Better make your selection now. Pay a small deposit on the article and we will hold it for you until Christmas. VON A. GRAY The Jeweler ST. HELENS, OREGON GEO H. SHINN, Pres. L. R. RUTHERFORD, Sec. Columbia County Abstract Company ST. HELENS. OREGON The only complete abstract system in Colum bia County, Oregon. BEST WORK LOWEST PRICES COUNTY OF COLUMBIA. Mabel ('. Wise, Plaintiff, vs. George L. Wise, Defendant. To George L. Wise, tho above named defendant. Tn ihn Name of the State of Oro- gon, you aro hereby required to np plaintiffs will apply to the Court fo the relief prayed for in their com plaint, to-wlt: for a decree adjudg ing tho plaintiffs to be the absolute owners In fee simple of the follow ing described renl property located in the County of Columbia, State of near nnd nnswer the complaint filed i Oregon, to-wlt: agnlnst you In the nbovo entitled suit Beginning nt a point on the North on or before the expiration of Six uI10 of the right of way of the Astoria weeks from the date of the first pub-; & Columbia River Railroad Company, Hcation of this summons, and if you j where the said right of way inter fail to so appear and answer, for sects with tho Easterly line of that want thereof, the plaintiff will apply certain tract of land convoyed to to tho court for tho relief prayed for Joseph Smith by A. T. Dobbins and in plaintiff's complaint, to-wlt: That j Mercy S. Dobbins, his wife, by deed tho mnrrlago contract existing be-:,itod March 22, 1889, and recorded tween plaintiff and defendant bo dls- i March 26, 1889, In Book "J" nt page solved, and for such other and fur- 344 thereof of Deed Records of said t her relief as to the Court may seem Columbia County, Oregon (which tuoto and equitable in tho promises. tract of land is now generally known Fall Coats and Millinery We have just received a large line of Fall Coats and Millinery direct from New York. The styles are dis tinctive and exclusive and the prices are most reasonaH WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION M. ROSENTHAL 1. .'I "A Hi J V. 1 rH 1 mi j 0 Vli !: ,.f,!'l "it ; 41 !! Pi ft!