ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY,
JANUARY 17. 1919
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j list of transfers
fceported by the Columbia County
I etruct Company.
4 Januury 8
Jiard K. Truex to Chnrlna
'i tnll; Lot 31 Bcappooae
f. Acrei .....$ 10.00
j ddluton Iteld to Kdward
' Bykea; Land In Suction ,
f 4, Townalilp 4 Nortli,
3 ItunRO 4 Went 60.00
'i i Jununry 8
J arlon U. Furor to Worrn
j Tacking Co.. IvOtB 6 find
X' 6, Mock 2, Foatora Flrat
V Addition CG0. 00
: forgo K. Rtrentor to John
5 llowd; Land In Hnctlon
t 4, TownHhlp 4 North,
f itiinns a wBt i.oo
t irnft K. Mllea t al to
School District No. u;
Lota 1 to 12, Mock 18,
Columbia City 2,000.00
William Amleraon to 0 n.
Mllluy; ioi i, iiiock a
junuury 1 1
nrry to I.ydla Crlpo;
Lund In Hortlon 4, Town-
i ulilp 4 North, ltange 1
' tWout G25.00
Jjlm Callnhnn to lturliuru
Cnlluhiin; Land In Hoo-
lion 14, TownHhlp S
! 'North, lliinito 4 WbbI .. 1.00
J, M. Fry to Mury J. Fry;
Lund In Suction 34,
Townahlp 4 North, Ratifta
MctlKxlUt Kplacopal Chim-h
Albert S. lllaey, I'nator
dcork'O E. Frnkea, younKeat aon or
Kr. and Mra. I. A. Frakoa of Hcap-
?oau and MIhh Amy Douthlt of
. rtlund were murrlud Tuaaday
venlng, January 7, and ahortly at
tar tlio ceremony lort on a bridal trip
Mr. and Mra. A. M. Welat of 811-
Y""on. are vlaltora at the home of
I i. 1'. A. Frakoa nt thulr Lukoaldo
I ek farm. He fore going to Silver
i , Mr. WelHt waa employed by the
L iton Crunk Logging company, who
OlJrate a cnmp nour Yankton.
Snrvlcns for Sunday, January
will be aa followa:
Sunday School, 10.00 a. m.
Morning Woralilp, 11:00 a. m.
Kpworth League, 6:30 p. lu.
Evening Bervlcea, 7:30 p. ni. j
The evangelistic aervlcea have con
tinued through the week with In
creaalng IntereHt. We Invite the earn
eat co-opttratlon of the whole church
and the community In milking thnae
nientlng a genuine FOKWAKII
Mr. and Mra. Jumna are preaent
Ing the KOHpel In aong and aermon
wllh telling effoct. Snrvlcea every
night at 7:30 ahnrp, except Saturday
evening. Mra. Jauina haa been pre
amillng atudlea In the liook of Ho
mana every afternoon at 3:30 p. m.
Watch the bulletin bourd for an
nouncements Subject for Sunday morning, "The
I'ower of a Consecrated Church."
A cordial welcome for you. ,
I'lyimiulh CngrBt:onBl Church
Iter. A. It. Bpearow, fuator
Hunday, Jununry ID. 1919.
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
Morning hour, 11:00 a. m.
Huliject, "A Sane I'reparedneaa."
Chrixtlun Endeavor, 6:30
Lender, MIhh Lola I'ayne
Song service, 7:30 p. m.
Mr. Clen (ielvin.
Bpitclala Solo, Mr. II. J
(tenor) "The Chlldren'a
Orpheua Club, "Itiver of Life;" Choir
Crawn HI in Lord of All.
Evening Hon-,, 8:00 p. m.
Subject. "A Shot out of a Gun."
Mule ChoruK. Monday NlglU.
I'rayer Meeting and Itlbie Study
Choir Itelienraal, Friday Nlglit.
I'uzxlea WiM Profeaaor
"Prof. Pate la a very remarkable
man. He attended every allowing ,
of a certain movie aerial, whereas
peraona of leaa perolatence uoually1
give It up after wltneaalng half a
dozen luatallmenta, dlacouragea!
over being unable to discover what!
It la about, liut the profeaaor atuckil
to the bitter end.".
"Ah! And did he finally learn what
he winded to know?" ' .
"No. He aaya he did not expect
to be able to find out what It woi
about, but he la much dlaappolnted I
at' being unable to find out why he
couldn t find out what It waa about.'
Kanaaa City Star.
Plain and egg malted milk, chick
a tumalca and other good thlnga to
Nt and drink at Central Confec
NOTICK TO (JIUMiKllH
Pomona Orange will not meet the
I first Saturday In Fohruary on ac
count of "flu."
By order of Exocutlve Committee
lot Pomona Urnnge.
It. N. LOVELACE,
I&-C-21 M.-iKter of Pomona
IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE I
STATE OF OREGON FOR COL-1
William H. Numan, Plaintiff
Cecelia M. Numan. Defenant.
To Cecelia M. Numan, the above
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear
and anawer the complaint tiler.
ngaliiHt you in the above entitled ault
on or before the 3rd day of March,
1919. aaid date being more than all
weeka from the date of the first pub
lication of tills aummona, and If you
fall to ao appear and anawer aalfl'l
complaint, for want thereof plaintiff j
will apply to the Court for the relief,
prayed for in the complaint, to-wlt:
That the marriage contract and
bond a of matrimony heretofore ana
now existing between plaintiff and
defendant be dissolved, cancelled;
and held for naught, and that plain
tiff have such other and further re
lief aa to the court may eeem Just
This aummona la aerved upon you
hy publication thereof, in the St. Hel
ena Mist for alx consecutive weens,
the date of the first publication be
Ing Jununry 17th, 1919, and the date
of the Inst publication being Febru-.'
ary 28th, 1919. In purauance of the
Tim i,.n nf Im r'nn irroirnHonal orflor or I lie Honorr.Die J. A. E.aain
church believe that the greatest good I Judge of the above entitled Court,
enn he iwc.ninllNhed only through l and which order la dated January
co-oporntlon and unlom. To this end i 16. 1919.
e. moellng waa held In the church at! CLINTON A. AMHROSE.
3:30 Sunday afternoon of January Attorney for Plaintiff.
12 for men. At thin meeting a "Con 31SV4 Washington Street, Portland,
gregatMnal Brotherhood waa crgnnl- j Oregon,
xed. The following officers weru !
elected: president, Mr. It. J. Coa ea, I SUMMONS
vice president, nir. men ueivin; r.ec
retary. Mr. Ingham; treasurer, Mr.
John White. Every man In St. Hel
ena la Invited to Join ua. We need
you and you need us.
New mualc for the choir baa ar
rived r.nd work h.ia been begun on
the Easter prog-am. Expect aome-
h'n new we have It.
The Central Confectionery
HOT and COLD DRINKS. ICE CREAM and'
SODA FOUNTAIN DELICACIES
A BIG LINE OF
CIGARS, TOBACCOS. CONFECTIONERY
BOOKS and MAGAZINES
The Central Confectionery
ROY A. STEWART, Proprietor
r ; -j
U;ie fn QTtX Write
f;r J 1 A for
' e l 'o8i,e
I FRANCIS MOTOR CAR CO., Agents
' East 13th and Hnuthorne Ave. Portland, Oregon.
On Exhibition at Independent Garage, St, Helens.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR COL
Jacob Tausend, Plaintiff
Jennie Tausend. Defendant.
To Jennie Tausend, the above
I In the name of the Gtr.te of Ore-
con, you are hereby required to np
ponr and answer the complaint filed
ni-alnst you in the nbove entitled ault
on or before the 3rd doy of March
1919. said date being more than six
wnelts from the dnte of the first pub
llcftlon of this summons, and if you
full to ao appear and answer aaln
complaint, for want thereof plaintiff
will nnply to the Court for the relief
prrved for In the complaint, to-wlt:
That the marriage contract and
bonds of matrimony heretofore and
now ex'stlng between plaintiff and
defendant be dissolved, cancelled and
held for naught, and that plaintiff
have such other and further rellet
1 ns to the Court may seem Just and
' This summons la served upon you
: bv publication thereof. In the St
i Helens' Mist for six consecutive weeka
the date of the first publication be-
; ing January 17th, 1919 and the da to
! of the last publication being Febru
nrv 28th. 1919, in pursuance of the
order of the Honorable J. A. Eakin
I Judge of the above entitled Court,
and which order la dated January 16,
! CLINTON A. AMBROSE,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
313 H Washington Street, Portland
We nave a full line. This winter you will
use your auto and will need accessories
which make your car'rnore comfortable ana
safe. WE HAVE
Spotlights (best made) .... $7.50
Nice Auto Robes . . . $4.50 to $20
Flashlights, Batteries, Chains,
Jacks and numerous other items
which you need
OUR STOCK OF TIRES
Is the largest carried by any concern in the
county. Tires and Tubes' of all makes and
- If you have trouble on the road, .
phone us, and our trouble car is at
, your disposal. ,
Independent Auto Co.
St. Helens, Oregon
All Ituaea Call at Hotel
THOS. IHIUSTEIt, Prop.
Chicken Dinner, 50 cents
Kutes $1.25 per day and up
Kpeclal Rates to Reicular Hoarders I
and Thank You for the
liberal patronage given us.
for the coming year will
be the same as in former
" Again we thank you
Von A. Gray
A Solid Week of Big Bargains
JANUARY 20th to 25th
FOLLOWING Our usual custom, we are going to
inaugurate our Annual Clearance Sale. There
are bargains galore. Every article of merchandise is
merchandise of merit and value and we are showing
our appreciation of your past liberal patronage by
making low prices on staple and necessary articles.
Look over the items listed below and be on hand
Monday morning to make your selection while the
assortment is unbroken.
Mens Wool Shirts, regu
lar $3.70 value, Clearance
$3.50 Wool Shirtr.
$2.35 Outing Shirtr
$5.00 Scotch Wool, pet
$4.35 Scotch Wool, per
$3.00 Australian Wool,
per garment $2.25
$4.35 value $3.39
$4.00 value $2.95
$2.65 value $1.98
$5.00 Mens Tin Pantr.
Ladies' and Children's
$3.00 Wool Unionsuits
$2.00 Children's Wool
$3.15 Wool Poplin in
all shader. and 48-inches
$2.70 Wool Poplin. 40
inchec wide $2.00
$1.40 Plaid Serge, 40-
inchen wide 98c
$1.78 French Serge, 40
inches wide ... $1.29
$1.25 Wool Serge, 40
inches wide 89c
20c Percales, 27-inches
Notions and Sundries
4 pair Children's Cotton
Hose tor $1.10
50c Curtain Scrim . . 40c
40c Curtain Scrim . . 30c
-$1.90 Bedroom Slipperr.
18 tarr. Swifts Laundry
Soap , $1.00
4 cakes Maxine Elliott
Toiler Soap 25c
25 per cent- off on all
25 per cent off on all
Dotft Overlook This Outing Flannel Bargain
Best Quality Outing Flannel, regular price, 40c Clearance Sale Price 30c
Good Quality Outing Flannel, regular price 35c Clearance Sale Price 27c
Our Clearance Sale Remnant Table
Will be loaded to capacity with Remnants of Seasonable Merchandise. The
price has been cut ONE-HALF Come Early to get'these Bargains.
Taber's Clearance Sales are Real Sales Every article
marked in plain figures. Be sure to take advantage
of these wonderful offerings on which you save your
good, hard earned money.
THIS IS STRICTLY A CASH SALE
Taber's Variety Store
ST. HELENS, OREGON
The Reliable Jeweler
ST. HELENS, OREGON
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