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ST; HELENS MIST FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1919
GOV. LYNCH URGES WEST
TO LAST BIG LOAN DRIVE
To the Citizeus of the
Twelfth Federal Reserve District :
The Fifth "Victory" Liberty
Loan is in sight. Let us thank Ood
that it in not just the Fifth Loan.
Victory means the end of the war,
the end of loans, the dawn of peace
I. ' ' ' I
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JAMES K. LYNCH
Governor. 12th Federal Reterve District
and prosperity. It means that the
market price of government bonds
will soon stabilize at par or better.
It also means that commercial, agri
cultural, and industrial affairs will
stabilize, and that the llun-inspired
clamor will cease.
We were advised that the war
would last through 15)19, probably
through 1920, so we were prepared
for that; to have done less would
have been suicide. We prepared to
crush the Hun on his own ground,
and he prudently quit. It cost us
some money but it saved the lives of
half a million of our men. Was
money ever better spent t
Now we have bills to pay, prom
ises to make good, our men to bring
home. This will take from five to
six billion dollars. Let us get ready
and raise it. A big task, but the
last, and therefore easy. All to
gether, shoulder to shoulder, and
the loan goes over I
The "Ninety-first" is the Pacific
Coast Division; remember their
achievement, and honor ourselves
by living up to it.
Jams K. Ltnch,
Governor, Federal Reserve Bank of
San Francisco: Chairman, Lib
erty Loan General Executive
Hoard, Twelfth Federal Reserve
Pist riet.
START HIM RIGHT
NOTICE OP BALE OF REAL
ESTATE
IN THE COUNTY COlTItT OP THE
STATE OP OHEQON l'OR COL
UMBIA COUNTY,
the Matter ot . the Estr.to ana
Uusrdlanslilp of Jacob William
Basse, a minor.
Notice la Hereby Given that In
pursuance of and by virtue of a
license duly hisiied and ni-'.tle by the
County Court of the Stn.'o of Oregou,
for Columbia County on February 1,
1919, in the matter of the estate and
guardianship of Jacob William
IltiRse, a minor, authorizing,- licens
ing and empowering the guardian
thereof to sell all the real property
of said estate at privnte sale, the un
dersigned, the gu.irdinn ss said es
tate, will soil at privnte nle to the
highest bidder for cash, ten per
cent to be paid on acceptance of bid
and balance on confirmation of sale
by this Court: or twenty-five per
cent of the purchase price In cash
and balance socured by mortgage
upon the property, from and aftor
Saturday, the 15th day of March.
1919, and continuing said sale until
all of said real property tins been
sold, all the right, title, interest and
estate of the estate of said Jacob
William Basse, a minor, in and to
the following described, renl proper
ty In Columbia County, Oregon, to
wit: An undivided one-half interest In
the following described tract of lnnd.
viz: Ileginning at a point which is
south 68 degrees 40 minutes east
3.85 chains from a stake on the east
bank of Dobbins Slough, In the Ijiw
rence Itohnert Donation Land Claim.
In Section 27, Township 8 North of
Range 4 West of Willamette Meri
dian, which stake is set on the south
line of the land once owned by Wit
helm Uassi and Carl Saca-lasen and
by them conveyed to Thomas Ilasse
by deed dated May 20, 1902, and
recorded in Book Z, page 196, Deed
Records of said County and from
which stake a plum tree six Inchet.
In diameter, bears south 16 degrees,
west 13 links distant, and an npple
tree'elght inches In diameter, bears
south 61 degrees, west 34 links
distant, thence running south 68 de
grees 40 minutes east 1.27 chains
to the railway right of way; thence
north 40 degrees along the west side
of said right of way 3.16 chains to
the south line of said tract so con
veyed by said Uassi and Sacariasen
to Thomas Ilasse; thence west 1.70
chains; thence south 37 degrees 20
minutes, west 2.63 chains to
WIN $3 A WORD
BY WRITING A
VICTORY SLOGAN
Good Victory Liberty Loan
slogans are wanted by the general
publicity committee of the Twelfth
Federal Reserve District with bead
quarters in Pan Francisco.
The committee will pay as high
as S3 a word.
First prize will be $30, second
prize $20, and third prize, $10.
Slogans should be limited to 10
or 12 words.
Send all sloRans to SLOGAN
EDITOR, Room 301, 430 California
Street, San Francisco, California.
The contest closes Saturday,
March 22.
There are no Liberty Loans ahead
ot you after the Victory Loan, so
mortgage your future for Victory
Bonds. Thouscnds of our soldiers and
sailors mortgaged their futures.
When the 'Fat Years Return
By F. C.
Ambulance 1-86, Western Front
When the fat years return, and, rich
and free.
You half forget, as men have ever
done,
The price once paid for your security,
Thinking too much of fortune lost or
won,
Too much of pride and. laughter, food
and ease,
Or of some public favor cheaply
earned.
Oh, then turn back the page and think
of theBe
Who gave their bodies tor freedom
to. be burned
For these lived, too; they, too, loved
ease and laaghter,
Sunlight, the green earth. All that
you still keep
They had, and more vision. If yon
eome after
Ana a are torget them, burled so
young, so deep,
And dare forget this faith for which
they stood
Ah, but you will not, being of their
blood: The Outlook.
Tour boy will be a better man than
you are if you give him a weekly al
lowance for Thrift Stamps. Let him
buy them himself.
Btart figuring now on your personal
quota of Victory Liberty Bonds. If
you don't, start figuring on Increased
taxes.
MONTHLY WAR STAMP QUOTAS
FIXED FOR TWELFTH DISTRICT
The Treasury Department lias assigned to the Twelfth Federal
Reserve District the following monthly quotas to be raised in War
Savings Stamps during 1919:
January . $ 4,200,000
February 4,800,000
iarch 5,400,000
APnl 6,000,000
JIiy - 6,600,000
Jun5 7,200,000
"'y 7,800,000
August 8,400,000
September 9,600,000
0,;tbcr 10,800,000
November 12,000,000
December 13,200,000
Total $96,000,000
The total to be raised throughout the country is $1,600,000,000.
SUMMONS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
STATE OK OHEQON FOR COL
UMBIA COUNTY.
William H. Numun, Plalntlrr
vs.
Ceoella M. Numan. Dofenant.
To Cecelia M. Numan, the above
named defendant:
Iu the nBme of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear
and onswor the complaint filed
against you In the above entitled suit
on or before the 3rd day of March.
1919, said date being more than su
weeks from the date of the first pub
llcatlon of this summonn, and ir you
fall to so appear and answer said
complaint, for want thereof plaintiff
will apply to the Court for the rellor
prayed for In the complaint, to-wlt:
That tho marriage contract and
bonds of matrimony heretofore anj
now existing between plaintiff and
defendant be dissolved, cancelled
and held for naught, and that plnln
tiff have such other and further re
llef as to the court may seem Just
and equitable.
This summons Is served upon you
by publication thereof. In tho St. Hel
ens Mist for six consecutive weeks,
the date of the first publication bo
ing January 17th, 1919, and the date
of tho InBt publication being Febru
ary 28th, 1919, In pursiisnre of the
order of the Mono-Mile J. A. Knkin.
Judge of the above entitled Court,
and which order Is dnted January
16 1919
CLINTON A. AMRROSE,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
313 4 Washington Street, Portland.
Oregon.
point of beginning, and containing
42-100 of an acre;
Also, an undivided one-half In
terest In the following described
land, viz: Beginning at the slakt
above described on the enBt bank ot
Dobbins Slough, and running thence
east on the south line ot the land so
conveyed by Wilhelm Uassi and Carl
Sacarlasen to said Thomas Basse b
deed dated May 20, 1902, aforesaid.
8.25 chains to the east line of said
railway right of way; thence east
along said line of said tract ot land
6.05 chains to the west line of the
county road running from Mayger to
Clatskanie, Oregon; thence south 2l
dpgrees along the county road 3. 78
chains to the land owned by the A. &
C. R. R. Co.; thence north 40 degrees
east 0.72 chains; thence north 45
degrees west 1.50 chains to the east
line of said A. &. C. R. H. Co's. right
of way; thence north 20 degrees eaat
along said east line of right of wnj
0.38 chains to the point of begin
ning, and containing 1.05 r.cres;
And also, an undivided one-half
interest In the following described
tract of land, viz: Beginning at a
point in the east boundary line of
tho Lawrence Bohnert Donation
Land Claim In Sections 27 and 34,
Township 8 North, Range 4 West of
Willamette Meridian, which is 7.11
chains south of the northeast cor
ner of said claim, and running thence
south 12.66 chains along the ease
line of said claim; thence north 89
degrees west 16.91 chains to a post;
thence south 37 degrees 20 minutes
west 2.29 chains; thence north 58
degrees 40 minutes west 3.85 chains
to a poBt on the east bank of Dob
bins Slough; thence west to the west
line of said claim; thence north
12.11 chains along said west llnei
and thence east to the point of be
ginning, containing 37.60 acres of
land, excepting therefrom a tract of
land of about 2 teres conveyed to
Elias Lelnonen, by deed dated Sept
ember 13, 1909. and recorded in
Book 11, page 462, Deed Records of
said Columbia County, Oregon.
All bids to be directed to the un
dersigned at Qulncy, Oregon.
Dated February 7, 1919.
THOMAS BASSE,
Guardian of the Person and Estate
of Jacob William Basse, a Minor.,
Date of firBt publication, February
14, 1919.
Date of lant publication, March
14, 1919.
SUMMONS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OP COLUMBIA.
Oscar KoBke, Plaintiff,
vs.
Ada Koske, Defendant.
To Ada Koske, tho above named
defendant :
In the name of the Slate of Ore
gon, you are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint fllod
against you In the above entitled
Court and cause on or before the ex
piration of six weeks from tho dme;
of the first publication herein, and If
you fall so to appear or answer, for,
want thereof the plaintiff will apply!
to the Court for the relief domanded
in the complaint, namely, a dcro
for divorce, dissolving the bonds of!
matrimony now and heretofore ox-,
thulisting between the plaintiff and do
Dreadful Cough Cured medicines but not ll( did bits J
A severe cold Is often followed by a good until 1 gave him ( hanib,rU7
rough cough for which Chamborlaln'sl Cough Romndy. It relieved 1,1,
l-ough Remedy has proven especially right away and before h. hti N
m u. i. n .mi Miirvu-iuu IUK1IIB una uuuio u will i. i
vaiuuiu". . - - - . i- 77. 7"o
vlllo, Mo., writes. "About two yean,
ago my little boy Juun caught
severe cold anil coughed dreudfully
for days. I tried a number ot cough
thinks it Is Just fine for child,,.
Mist Want Ads for Result,
fondant and for such other and .
further relief as to the Court m:t ,
eeem meet and proper.
This summons is served upon you :
pursunnt to an order of the Hon.
J A. Kakln, Judge, which said order
was made the 22nd day ot January,
1919, and which said order required'
that this summons be published once
a week for six consecutive weeks in
the 8t. Helens Mint, a weekly news
paper of general circulation, pub
lished In the County of I'olunibln,
State ot Oregon.
The date of the first publication of
this summons is the 24th day of Jan
uary, 1919, and the dc.tn of the last;
publication is the 7th day ot March,
1919.
W. I.. COOPER,
Attorney for Plaintiff
924 Chamber of Commerce Building,
Portland, Oregon.
A wr.nt ad costs llttlo nnd often ,
brings big eturns. Nothing loo big"
or too little to be sold by a want ad.1
J. F. Dopplmaier
OVERLAND
- AUTOMOBILES
AND
MOLINE
TRACTORS
Warehouse, Garage and Sales
rooms next to the Postofflce
J. R. Dopplmaier
T. HKI.KNN, ORKfiON
Waste Paper Penalty
To throw waste paper into houst
garbage cans has been forbidden b
the general commanding the Berlin
district on a penalty of $25 or Im
prisonment. All scraps of paper must
be carefully collected and delivered
to the local waste paper bureau.
DELICACIES
for dessert, pure, 'delicious
and wholesome, fresh
laked cavery day.
H you want to make your
family l,appV an,i healthy
give our
BAKERY
t trial. Rolls, Buns, Bread
Cake and Pastry.
RAMSEY'S BREAD
Str. IRALDA
Rate between St, Helena ami
Portland, 60 cenU one way, 75
cents for the round trip.
Ticket good until used.
Bostlavet Si. Helens 7. ton. in.
Returning leaves I'ottlsml 2:.K p. m.
Arrive at St Helms 4 46 p. in.
C.. . HOOCHKIRK
The Boys
CONFECTIONERY &
POOL PARLOR
Candies, Cigars, Tobaccos,
Pipes, Fruits, JJovehies
A Large Assortment
of Box Candies
Vogan's and other well
known makes
ICE, CREAM r every day
We will appreciate a por
tion of your patronage.
The Boys
M'DONAM) PKTKIIHOX,.
Proprlutors
St. Helens, Phono I27W
USE HOME PRODUCTS
"I first used ST. HELENS FLOUR because I be
lieved in patronizing home industry. I am glad
I did. because it is the best flour we ever tasted."
TRY IT
St. Helens Flour
THERE IS A DIFFERENCE -
Your Grocer Has It .
St. Helens Flour Mill Co.
We wish to announce that we
are now located in our
New Quarters
and in a position to fill anything
in the Furniture Line. Pay us
a visit
E. A. Ross
MASONIC m.DC.
ST. HELENS
The People's Market
IS THE PLACE YOU CAN ALWAYS SECURI
The Best
of fleats
GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES
Give Us a Trial and be Convinced
The People's Market
Phone 40
St. Helens, Oregon
A. J. Deming, Druggi
, PURE DRUGS, TOILET ARTICLES
DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES
Bring your prescriptions to us for the best attention.
use the purest of drugs and exercise the greatest skill "
tare in compounding them.
RUBBER GOODS OF ALL KINDS
A. J. DEMING, DRUGGIS
ST. HELENS, OREGON

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