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hiotltll Cong"'""""-" r . . i. iktiiMh i,a "Wins "" " .... Columbia Streeta lor A. K. 8perow, restor P'. :'u..i,n,l 10:00 a. m. ..In hour. 1 1:00 a. in. jecl, "fhrlHllun Currency." .t.tlaii Kndeavor, 6:80 p. ill. ii Ait lllulmn jct, "The Art of Building ltr. l Service, 7:30 p. m. n....n Wood Uolvln. Leader. clul Chotr; rpheus Club; knlim nour, o " y. .... kind, "The. unsouisn iiiin. krn having splendid services lii.r Come aim worsmp your With uk. Weekly Activities Limuii Club. Monday. 7:30 p. m. lynr Muntlu. Thursday, 7:30 Lr It.ilioprsnl, Frlduy, 8:00 p. IctlKMlliit Episcopal Church Ht Helena ana nouuon Albtirt 8. lllsoy. Pastor nrvlces for next Bundny, 23. will bo at the uuual hours. Eject fur the mornliiK turmoil, wo Bhucklo tho ruture?" For hir. "When the Hoy Came t Friendship class held a well I'd bulnna meeting mm rn the home of Mr. Iluba lllakes full clans greeted Mra. C. K. who had been select! ai tbw br. at the clans hour on Sunday I day morning was a top-notchr tdiiilunm In all classes In the if achool. Now la a good time In ami to start your children nve been out of Hunday acbool tlmu. Kp worth league held a lively k nit'i't Iiik o Tuesday evon- bllowvd by an old uthloned pull. They are laying apeclai for an attractive session next ly cvunlng at 6:30 o'clock. Centenary plana are being de bit rapidly for the attainment Koula it for world reconstruc Mtiiutn men will apeak at both unilng and evening aorvloea. "The Friendly Church" cntli Day Ailventlst Church Went Ht. Helena. kular inrrtcei held on Hutur hath f-chool. 10:45 a. m. klces rullowlng at 11 (noon), j'kly I'rayer Meeting, Wednun- :u p. in. II M. KNIGHTON. Elder. LAWS, Deacon. ail (out -quick UoHulta Ada. -MlHt LIST OF TRANSFERS March 11 ' Henry Krati to J. L. Bo(!le: Tract 37 Haven Acrea No. 2, ii4.00. Oeorge F. Thompson to Joraea W Hterbu: bind In H. sr. -r a .t ..' 3 W., $10.00. Exol Vogol to A. Random: ltlock A Dobbin Add., $1600.00. Cluy V. Urnhatn to LouBe Kent, land $n6oo"o6 aan1 n' T" 7 N" " 6 w- March 12 Joseph Jurmu dy admr. to I'aul Jur- mu et ux: I nd In Bee. 4 T 7 N K. 4 W.. $B0O.00. I'aul Jurmu ot ux to John Loufuoliif imo'oo800' T- 7 N" I'aul Jurmu et ux to William J. Jur mu: bind In 8c. 4, T. 7 N.. It. 4 W $1200.00. Marlon C. Hugliea to lloliurt Elmer CulbortMon: luud In Hue. 8. T 7 N.. 11. 4 W. ' Col u in bin County Itnal KHtnte Co , to Amelia llluckburn: Lot 3. lllk 82, Bt. Helen. March 13 Goo. VV. Chuptuan et ux to O. El mer Chapman: Un 15, lllk 59 Ht. Helens. E. E. Bleret et ux to 1-nwln Hhattuck: land In 8tc. 7-4-1 and Sec. 12. T 4 N.. It. 2 W., $1.00. Arvld llurula et ux to Elmer Jolma: ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. MARCH 21, 1919 SUMMONS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OIIKUON lOll COL UMBIA COUNTY. Lillian E. Jackaou, IMuIntlf f, vs. F. C. Juckaon, Defendant. To F. C. Juckaon, Defendant. In the name of the State of Ore gon: You are heruby required lo ap pear und nnawer the complaint filed against you In the above entitled ault on or before the 2Ut of March, ll( that being the last duy or the time prescribed In the order of Court for the puhllcutlon ot thla lummoua, and If you full ao to appear and ans wer, the plaintiff will cbuhb your default to be entered and apply to the Court abovo niimod for the re lief dmuauded In aald complaint, to wlt: For a dissolution of the bond of matrimony exlHling between plaintiff and defendant and for the custody of the minor child. This ummons Is published by ordor of the Honorubla V. J. Fullerlou, Judge of the County Court ot the Btate of OreKon fur Columbia Coun ty, made and duted February 6, 1V19. which order prescribes Iliac service ot summons, lu this suit, be mado upon you by publication once a week for six consecutive weeks, wblcli time will begin to run from the date of the first publication here of, to-wlt: February 7tli, 11. Last publication, March 21, 1818. It. W. HAGOOI) and J. W. DAY. Attorneys for 1'lr.lntlff. Tost Oflce Address of It. W. Hcgood, 311 Journal HulldlnR, 1'ortland. Oregon. KoHldrnce and 1'ostnfflre Address o' J. W. Diy. St. Helens, Oregon. land In Bee. 4. T. 7 N n t w I $600.00. ' W" March 14 Harry C. Wood to Chas. E. Iillold: land In Bees. 11 and 12, T. 6 N . 2 W., $10.00. Geo Moeck by executor to Franklin it. McCaskey: land in Bee. 16. T 7 N., It. 2 W., $672.60. NfmcK TO CltKDITOIlH IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OHEOON. KOH ffil UMHIA COUNTY. Notice Is hereby given that the uu deralgned has been appointed aa niinlstrator of th b. Cllne, deceased, by the County Court of the Btate of Oregon, fo. Columbia County, and has qualified as such. All persons having claims nxalnst aald estate are hereby noti fied to present the same duly veri fied as by law required, to the under aliened at the banking rooms of tht, Columbia County Bank, In St. Hel ens, Oregon, within six months from the date hereof. Dated and first nubllahnd pvi.th ary 28, 1919. SHERMAN M. MILES, Admtnlutrnt.p J. W. Day, Attorney. ll-15-0t Hl'M.MON'H , IN THE JU8TICE COURT FOR DIS TRICT NO. ONE, COLUMBIA COUNTY, OREGON. II. D. Larsen and E. S. Lursen. carpenters doing business aa Larson ft Co.. IMulntlffs. vs. G. W. Moore and Jane Doe Moore, true name unknown, husband and wire, Defendants. To U. W. Moore and Jane Doe Moore, the above named defendants: In the name of the Bute ot Ore gon, you are hereby required to ap pear and answer the complaint filed acuinst you in the above entitled court and cause on or bedore tde 26th day ot April, 1919, said day being after the expiration ot six weeks from the date ot the first pub lication of this summons; and If you full to appear, for want whereof. the plaintiffs will apply to the Court ioi' the relief prayed for In their com plaint, to-wlt: For a judgment against each of ou In the sum ot $86.(0. and foi their costs and disbursements ot this action. This summons la published by or der ot M. F. Haxen, Justice of the I'eace for District No. One, Columbia County, Oregon, which order wa& made and entered on the 12th day ol March, 1919, and the time prescribed for the publication theroof Is six weeks, beginning with the Issue of the 14th day ot March, 1919, and ending with the Issue of the 26th day or April, 1919. M. F. HAZEN. Justice of the Peace GLEN R. METSKER, Attorney for Plaintiffs. Residence and Post Office address, Bt. Helens, Oregon. Motor Cars, Trucks Tires, Gas No Hatter Where You Gome From Or where you are going, or what car you may be driving, you are wel come at our garage, which is considered as one of the most complete in the state. We will not try to force one of our models on you, but we have Fords, Chevrolet, Reos and Velies in both Touring Cars and Trucks You know, but we will be happy to explain the merits of these cars. Also we will be glad to tell you of GOODYEAR, FISK and RACINE TIRES. ustiifli ti. . i . : l i nr. u ...... n o!1, ,imriflrfiil strtclc ot iii.ii aic iiic UCal III IIIC wui 1U, vvc nave a noun . T'lfAn 1 J I ' 11 1 ""p vuius anu rauncs. in an aim cvciv aic. Used Car Bargains We have a 1918 Buick 6-cylinder touring car. It has been run only 6000 miles. It is fully equipped and has cord tires and is priced reasonable. A 1918 Dort, fully equipped and in excellent running order, only $850. TERMS TO SUIT ON ALL CARS Independent Auto Co. PHONE 71 - xre t rnon ANfi Manager J ' " ST. HELENS, OREGON NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS To the ownera of the real property buujbci 10 assessment for the Im provement proposed In the follow ing resolution, herewith attached and made a part of this notice: You are hereby notified that pur suant to said resolution and the pro vlsiona of the Charter of the City of Bt. Helena, Oregon, that you may and you are hereby required to make and file with the Recorder of said City of St. Helens, within twenty days from the date of the first pub lication of this notice and resolution, to-wlt: Within twenty days from March 21, 1919, your remonstrance or remonstrances against the pro posed improvement or grade men tioned In said resolution. Whereas, the Common Council of the City of St. Helens, Oregon, deem ing It expedient to Improve all that portion of Winter street In said City, lying between Its Intersection with Bt. Helens Street and its intersection with Plymouth Street, In aald City, by grading the same to a width or sixteen feet along the center line thereof, and covering the same with a proper dressing of crushed rock. And Whereas, the engineer of said City on the 17th day of Febru ary, 1919, at the request of said Council, filed in the office of the City Recorder of said City, plans specifications and estimates of th-; probable cost of such an Improve ment of said portion of aald Winter Street, the estimate of which said cost being 12713.68. And Whereas, said Common Coun cil having examined aald plans, speci fications and estimates, finds the same to be satisfactory In all parti culars without making any changes therein; Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved, by the Common Council of the City of Bt. Helens, Oregon, that all of Win ter Street, above described, be Im proved by grading the same to a width ot sixteen feet along the center of said street and covering the same with crushed rock to a suitable depth and width, according to the estab lished grade and the plans and specifications of the City Engineer on file In the office of the recorder of said City; and said Common Council hereby declares Its Intention, and It Is Its Intention, to ao Improve said street; and . Be It Further Resolved, That the Common Council of said City adopt said plana, specifications rnd esti mates of the probable cost of said Improvement, which probable cost, ai shown by said engineer's estimate Is the sum ot 12713.68. And Be It Further Resolved, That the cost of said Improvement be levied upon and assessed against all the lots and parts of lots and parcels ot land specially benefited by such improvement, as required r.nd direct ed by the charter ot said City; and It Is hereby determined r.nd declared thnt all the lots, parts of lots and parcels of land specially benefited, directly or indirectly are those here in below particularly desc.ibed, to wlt: Lots 1 to 11, bcth Inclusive, in Blor.k 34 ot said City; Lots 1 to 11 both lncluslvo, In Block 34 of said City; Lots 1 to 11, both inclusive, in Block 35 of said City; Lots 12 to 22, I both Inclusive, In Block 40 of said City and Lots 12 to 22, both inclu sive, In Block 41 of said City; and IOtg 12 to 22, both inclusive, in Block 42 ot said City; and all of said above described lots are hereby deemed to be specially and directly benefited by such Improvement. And Be It Further Resolved, That the Recorder of the City of Bt. Hel ens, be and he Is he-cby, directed to publish notice of the Intention of said City Council to Improve said portion of said Winter Street, Immediately upon this resolution becoming opera tive, as required by the charter of said City, and notifying the owncrt of the above described real property, subject to assessment for such Im provement that wltten remonstran ces against the proposed Improve ment or grade may be filed with the Recorder of said City within twenty days from the date of the first pub lication of said notico; And Be It Further Resolved, Thai the Recorder of said City of Bt. Helens, Oregon, be, and he hereby la directed to publish these resolutions, as provided by Section 105 of tho Charter of said City, In two consecu tive Issues of the St. Helens Mist, a newspaper published In said City. Dated and first published, March 21, 1919. E. E. QUICK, 14-1 5-2 1 Recorder. Try This For Hour Htomach, Eat slowly, masticate your food thoroughly. Eat but little meat and none at all for supper. It you aro Btlll troubled with sour stomach take one of Chamberlain's Tablets before going to bed. Try a Mist Wan- Ad. A Large Stock of Jewelry We have just received a large and well selected lot of jewelry. Scarf holders. Cameo brooches, Baby lockets and chains, Child's bracelets, Agate rings, Agate brooches and lavaliers, Cuff links, Watch fobs in new and classy patterns, and many other articles of merit. We would be pleased to nave you inspect this line. VON A. GRAY RELIABLE JEWELER AND WATCHMAKER BglKaglBglB&glBMgfBliglkflAJ Something the FARMER NEEDS It is the most useful of all garden or farm tools. By using it, you can dispense with horse labor. It does everything necessary in preparing seed beds and cultivating the garden or truck patch. It not only plows the ground, but has a disc, harrow and cultivator at tachment. You can drill three rows of seeds at one time, such as onions, beets and carrots and other small seeds, also beans and corn. Let us explain, in person, the wonderful qualities of this machine. We give a free demonstration on every Saturday. If you are not able to attend the demonstration, write for free booklet. L. R0SASC0 ,4cnt St. Helens and Vicinity :M A S O N: Wishes to announce that he has the exclusive agencj for the high grade line of Helen Ardelle Chocolates They are conductive to happier moments and a sweeter disposition and are a wholesome and delicious home-made confection. These delicious chocolates are made bv former students of the University of Washington, Helen l-.liza-beth Townsend and Martha Ardelle Townsend. You can obtain these high grade chocolates only at MASON'S LUNCHES ICE CREAM CONFECTIONS Worked by Day Read by Night The money President Lincoln earned as a rail splitter he put in the bank. In later life he often re ferred to his first bank account. At night he read every book he could lay his hands on. Have you a Bank Account? If you haven't, start one with us today, for a bank account is a touch down the road to real success. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Member Federal Reserve System CHAS. GRAHAM, President H. A. CHILD9, CasIUer LIBERTY THEATRE TH E HOME OF GOOD PICTURES 1 FRIDAY, MARCH at O. M. Anderson (you know him) in that wild western play "RED BLOOD and YELLOW" A Loyd Comedy and Holmes Travel Picture SATURDAY, MARCH 22 Doris Kenyon in "The Streets of Seven Stars" Produced by Miss Kenyon'o own company. A Loyd Comedy and Pictograph. Don't miss this one. SUNDAY. MARCH 23 Look Who's Here! Elsie Furgeson in "The Rose of the World " Comedy and Bray Pictograph MONDAY, MARCH 24 Jack Pickford in "His Majesty Banker Bean" A Loyd Comedy and Bray Pictograph TUESDAY. MARCH 25 The daintiest little actress of them all Vivian Martin in "Giving Becky a Chance" WEDNESDAY. MARCH 26 This one will nake your blood run cold and your hair stand on end. Five thrilling reels "THE GAME'S UP" and the 12th episode of "Wolves of Kultur" THURSDAY. MARCH 27 Tonight we will give you the biggest one night's program that you have ever had anywhere and for the same old price. Listen! Wm. Farnum in " The Sign of the Cross" Listen Again! Charlie Chaplin in "The Bank" If you don't get your money's worth out of the above, then I'll lay down. Remember that the Liberty now changes Its program every day in the week. Matinee Saturday 2:30 p. m. (one show). Sunday 4:30 p. m. (continuous). ALVA SMITH, Manager.