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ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1919
. - - , r i .1 INDUSTRIAL REVIEW Freewater to get 15,000 bank building. Baker Six cars cattle sold here for $18,000. Portland Hogs advance In Tort land to 17."5. Bend G. P. Putnam sells city s only daily to local men. St. Johns Foundation In for woolen mills club houso. Port Umpqua farmers advised to experiment with sorghum. Monmouth to Portland truck line to make tri-weekly runs. Bend Tumalo section petitions for bridge over Deschutes. Work to start on state highways at once; many contracts let. Hubbard creamery has good year; declares 7 per cent dividend. Portland Five ohlps awaiting rudders are ready fo- launching. Baker 18,7000 acres land nna 2000 head of cattle sold for $272, 000. Roseburg Prune crop brought county growers $850,000 this sea son. Dunsmuir Highway unit from this place to Sims completed at cost of $160,000. Portland Grant Highway asso ciation will mark shortest transcon tinental route from Boston to Port land before July 1st, next.. Salem Jam factory started here with floor space 80x500 feet. Kruit products payrolls now here total $437,000 a year. Appropriations for salmcn hatcher ies are absolutely necessary if the canning industry Is not to decline. Oregon Is getting back five dollars for each dollar invested. Canyon City Highway between Grant and Baker counties to be suj veyed at cost of $7,500. Necessltateo by suspension of Sumpter Valley railroad. Portland American Marine Iron Works to construct Immediately $50,000 marine repair shop equip - ped with latest devices to handle ma chinery. Sheep increased 12.6 per cent in the United States from July 1, 1917. to July 1, 1918. The production of wool also shows that the Blieep In dustry has gatehered impetus dur ing recent years and is a ereat as Bet to every farm. Port Umpqua 60-ton purse seine fishing boat will soon operate off Umpqua river - . . At a a a a KIMO D I I V DANGER rmcriT rouvr ok the T-T-k T Till I 1 I.'I.'M 1 . ..... BY KW. LUHUCWi STATE OF OHEUO.N full IW Xo Action Taken by IVmocrHtu on Resolution to Provide Work Washington, D. C. One of the most pressing problems of the hour UMlllA COUNTY. F. J. Harms, Plaintiff, vs. Peter Felton, Loie Felton and A. S. Harrison. Defendants. Hy virtue of an execution, Judg u imt of eniDlovmont. not only oi ! ient ordor. decree and order of sale the men who are being mustered out j issued out of the above entitled of service, but also of the thousands ; court In the above entitled cause, to who are being released from war'me directed and dated the 27th day work in factories, offices and other'0f December. 1918. upon a Judgment Institutions. Congressman Lundeen, rendered and entered In said Court republican from the Minneapolis dls-'on the 7th day of June, 1918, In trict of Minnesota, Is one of the meu I faV0r of F. J. Harms, Plaintiff, and who early foresaw the menace of un-'ajpginst Peter Felton and Loie Fel- employment growing cu or the sud den return of peace, and in order that the matter might be properly and Intelligently handled, he intro- ton. Defendants, tor me sura i $050.00 with Interest thereon at the rate of 8 per cent per annum from the 30th day of August, 1917. and a resoluticn directing ion- the further sum or iib.zj wun in gress to take immediate Bteps to terest at the rate of 6 per cent per open up opportunities for employ 'annum from tho 30th day of March, ment to all workers in the United 191 g( Bd tho further sum of $75. Ou States in order that the danger oi ! as attorney s fees, and the further widespread Idloneso might not be- .um ot $43.45 costs and disburse come a menace to the prosperity of,nients and the costs of and upon this the country and the stability of Its wrt commanding me to make sale institutions. His resolution provided !ot the following described real pro for Immediate investigation as toiperty, situated in the City of St. the possibilities of work In all Helens. Columbia CouiUy, Slate of branches of public Industry, and i Oregon, to-wlt: directed the proper committees In; Lot 19 in Block 46 of the City of the House of Representatives to st. Helens, as the same appears by make a survey of the various public the plat of said City on record In the Industries, such as the construction j office of the County Clerk of said and maintenance of highways, har-! Columbia County, Oregon, and as pei bors, public buildlugs. nnd-other like registered title thereof, work. - j Now Therefore, by virtue of said Along with all other rcconntruc-1 execution. Judgment order, decre tion measures, which have been pro- and order of sale and in compliance posed bv Republican Congressmen. I with the commands of said writ, l Lundeen's resolution was referred I will on Monday the 24th day Oi Job to committee and since bus not been 'ruary, 1919, at the hour of 10 o clock heard of. The Democratic majority a. m., nt the front door of the I ouiity is perfectly satisfied to nitric time ' Ccurt House In St. Helens. Columbia and "wait for something to turn up." j County, Oregon, sell at public auction Now that the danger of general , ; T'h,., i.i i Th nnemnlovment Is imon the country, due to "lack of proua redress for peace ny in. , """"--i 0 them had on the 30th day of Aug plunged the cation. ef aRd decrcei lnterei(t( C09t, and I accurlng coBts. The period between Lincoln's! Dated this 20th day of Jnnuary. birthday anniversary, February 12. . 1919. J and the nnnlversary of the birth of j E. C. STANWOOD. Washington, February 22, will be sheriff of Columbia County, Oregon. I est bidder for cash In hand, all the right, title and Interest which tht. I within named defendants or elthei Bl'MMOXH IN THE CIRCUIT CCURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR THE COUNTY OF COLUMBIA. W. S. Jolllffe, Plaintiff, vs. Sadie Jolllffe, Defendant. To Sadie Jolllffe, the above named defendant: In the name of the State of Ore gon, you are hereby required to ap pear and answer the compli.liit filed against you in the above entitled cause on or before the 16th day of February, 1919, and it you fall to ao appear and answer, the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief prayed for in said camplalnt, to-wlt: A decree annulluK ahd holding for naught the bonds f matrimony now existing between the plaintiff and de fendant, and for such other and farther relief aa to the court may seem Just and ineo".. Service of summons by publlralloi. Is mp.de upon you by order of the Hon. James A. K;'.kln, Judge of the above entitled Court, and made on the 30th day of December, 1818. dlrectli.K such publication of sum mons to be had In the St. Helens Mist, a weekly newspuer published In tho County of Columbia, State of Oregon, once n week for six (6) con secutive weeks, the first publication to ho on the 3rd day ot January, 1919 mil the last publication to be on the 14th day ot February, 1919. ELMER A. OENESTE Attorney for Plaintiff. Address: 1028 Chamber of Com merce. Portland, Multnonnh Coun ty, Oregon. Firs' pub. dated Jpn. 3, 1919. Last pub. dntcd Feb. 14. 1919. HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR HOGS , CATTLE, VEAL AND POULT We sell the Best Fresh and Cured Meats and Lan LOWEST PRICES GEORGE'S MARKE O'CONNOR & GARRISON, Proprietors Phone 48 St. Helens. Ort R. CONSTANTIN PLUMBING. STEAM HEATING and SHEET METAL WORKS Stationary Wash Tubs and Bath Room supplies. ST. HELENS. OREGON By H. E. LaBARE. Deputy. Date first pub. Jan. 24. 1919. Last pub. Feb. 21, 1919. observed throughout the United States as a means of promoting thrift. Stores will arrance attrac-! tive window displays using the pic-1 tures of Lincoln and Washington! XOTICK OF I'l.NAL ACCOUNT Will catch salmon, i with that of Rtfnlamin Franklin a i .... , n., , ... . , , ... ' . . : : i ixuiicb in neruuy given iitav uiui nanout ana aeep sea nsn. Has crew American exponents or thrift. Mer-; d ag ailmn8trator will.! of eight. Reedsport Fish Co., paid chants In the Twelfth Federal re- tha w, annexed or me estate ot! iTlnAa, L0woe UmPlua over j serve district are planning to aid the Ale)an(,or Mc,.nerson. deceased, In! $100,000 during 1918 season. thrift campaign in this manner. tll, state o Oregon, has filed with the County Clerk of Columbia Comi ty. Oregon, his final account of tho r.'imlnlstratlon ot said estate an'l (aid Court has fixed the 8th day of March, 1919. at 10 o'clock A. M . as the time, and tho County Court conm In the County Court house In St. FORDSON TRACTOR Wflte r PfPli Write foai- 04JWmm c,rcu- Iar lar FRANCIS MOTOR CAR CO., Agents East 13th and Hauthorne Ave. Portland, Oregon. On Exhibition at Independent Garage, St. Helens. XOTICK OK NIIMtll K H H.U.K IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREOON FOR MULT NOMAH COUNTY. Annie Pnynn, Plaintiff vs. II. R. Rirhter and Bertha S. Rlchtei. his wife (S. W. Htubbleblne. II. M. Selvert, W. II. Shlvely and Pearl Shlvely. his wife, P. E. Alvord Company, Inc., a corporation, and Everdlng & Frrell. a corporation, and J. F. Card. Defendants. By virtue of an execution, Judg ment and order of sale Issued out of I the ahovo ontltled court In the abovi entitled cause, to me directed and dated tho 29th day of January, 1919, upon a Judgment and decree render ed and entered In said court on the 24th day of nJnuary, 1919, In favor of the plaintiff and against the de fendant. II. R. Rlchter. for the sum of $24,903.90, with Interest there on at the rate of six per cent pn annum from said 24th day of Jan uary. 1919, for tho further sum of $13.40 costs and disbursements, and for the costs and expenses In this writ, and decreeing foreclosure of! plaintiff's mortgage described In tho complaint In said suit ngulnst all the defendants herein, said execution,! judgment, decree and order of sale! commanding inn to make sale of tho! following bounded and described rent nrnnnrtv. ftflilnteil In the Cnlintv neieiis, ureKon, us ma piuco. ior. 0f Columbia, Stale of Oregon, to-wlt : hearing said final account and all ob-j A1) of ot n,bered one. two,; Jectlons thereto, and for settlement! three, four, five and ten (1. 2. 3. 4, ,he.reof- . . ... . G and 10) In Section 20. In Town- Now. Therefore, All persons Inter-! shp 3 North, Range 1 West W. M., ested having objections to said final Columbia County, (save and x ticcount are required to file the same; CPpti however, from said Lot One (1 1 : m ....mis n.iu v-ouiiij iw ui , in H11 i,i Knrt on 20. a 5-ncro trart In . The Olebmiexl BERGMANN SH Awarded GOLD MEDAL P. r. I. E. Ban Francisco, 111 The HtrtmgrHt and Neartat Wi pntof Hhoe Made FOH IAKJGF.RH, Cltl'IHlCltH, Mll.I.MEN AXD ALL WORKB THKO. UKROMAXX HIIOK MKO. tX). 421 Thurtnan Street Portia ASK FOR TUB BEItQMANN WATERPKOOF1 BIIOE Oil, Livery, Feed and SaleStal DRAYINC AND TRANSFER All Buftineaa Promptly Attended To PHONE IS WM. H, DAV1ES ST. HE1.ENS.OREGON Pi Columbia County, Oregon, before tin. time fixed for said final hearing. Dated this 2Gth day of January 1919. GEO. L. M'PHERSON, As Administrator with the Will An the extreme Northwest part of said lot, rnetnngler In form measuring 209 feet easterly and westerly oi. Willamette Slough, and 104 5 feet North and South. Now Therefore, by virtue of said nexed of the Estate of Alexander! execution. Judgment, decree and McPlierson, Deceased. 7-1 l&t For small cost and almost cer tain results there Is nothing can equal a little Mint Want Ad. III I! P 1 1 iH 1 !'! ! it iMnimmtiz-SJ V t) H w I "in i i . ' i' "'IIPCT i I II I 'l111' 'ijlSI' order of sale, and In compliance with the commands of snld writ, I will on Saturday, the 8th day of March, 1919, at the hour of 10 o' clock a. in., at the front door of the County Court Houso In St. Helens,, Columbia County, Oregon, sell ai : public auction (subject to redemp-; tlon) to tho highest bidder for cast, In hand, all the right, title and In terest which the within defendants1 and each and all qf them In the' above entitled suit, had on the 2 Sth day of November, 1915, tho date of the mortgage herein foreclosed, or, have since acquired in and to tin-, ' above described property, or nny, rhirt thereof, to satisfy said execu tion, judgment and decreo, Interest,, costs and accruing costB. Dated this 6th day of February,1 1919. FlrBt publication, February 7tn, 1919. Last publication, March 7th, 1919. , E. C. HTANWOOII, j Sheriff of Columbia County, Oregon.' 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