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RIOT OF BILLIONS"
r ON BY DEMOCRACY I TREASURY A SIEVE I I " uruiiKisn Hiillor, how- y f H.-...!ln niil Htf liijvT pro.llKiil, ,hm i.v..r f,,K ,.. jlHl...y mmim-wi Will. II. ''"l,"1Hf rl,ll!1"" r,,, kl"H ..IhiimIo,, t will) whlt'll hi II, ma .v i.. thrift ilinlrilHtrnllcm, for It Ih own iiionoy , H iirwlllB million. and l,iiin foP which Im i IruH.on. .,j ,H of vlow rackliwMum. f conH.u.,nc.,H am,' prlnei. y contempt for n,oi,y r ' UMiii Im horn .r .... ... " ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. APRIL 4. 1919 ip- ah t kit, KHliHim Ari.inr i upper,; llnlloil HliiM'ii Himntor from I 'ruHimm of tlio tuition i.. .. uIkiiiIiI irll,l.i III flit... IIumuikiwIu II . .. Arthur Ciippor.r ",,n "l'"t ly II,,, ' " KKUITOKH Hl'.MMONH INHTA rC.(T)HNTY COlJKT OF THE;iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE fiLmf ?K OUKN Kok COL- ?,TATE W KE(ION FOR COL UMU1A COUNTY. I UMUIA COUNTY. Ill tll Mflltn.. .. .1.- m . . - I flOautn M .. I ifn ii. .. .. mwW or Wll- '! nun, iiuinuir. Ham K. Mnvvlll,. i va r ft i.i ii ultriifitt iirtlrlii In Can Itvi'kly, under the caption of i..i .1 llw. milium," rinv I lii Him . i ..." iriivuKiiiK'o of flut mlmlnlHtra- t t.'....l. I.t .rt..n mill mlfitnii fli. wi .'" l,,oro,,.y K,v,,n that ''arlo. h nu " .""" "??u au."r "PPolnted ' "wiiiiniii M ui me emato of wll- Iwnn unci ' Mayvlllo, (lecea-ed, ty the ' Pww!i,lj'-M,,',y of Columbia County, ..... " kiiu nun fui v if',!: " m ; . ah poS V" " nRaiiiHi nam et:'.te are IX m.H rU MiiHt Ha, , piinr t o Imt is t b I hi nV',.',!,!5' !!!! .? ,-u"- . fcH n,.,d tho Untied Vt row U "f molU,, rv u Hb.vo throiiKh which th J r.l f T X 1 lry ,0 " U,? of1thlH "ollc- ;ji purmlltml even nnrour-l ... . ' I ,,J 8t- ""'""h, Oregon, March kh flow of billion of diillnrii , , tluo'u rlt of IihIIk-, 21hJ; l"19- , i ,.,.,,l.. n tummy, without anv " ' " ' . un.numpl.id HpundliiK ! , oVrHt l,ul,ll:'itlon, Maich 21hI, Vt r chock or y-U.m. Ilfc ' 1 " Amorlian pm.pl,, t u,J " Kciiiocrullfl nilmiiilHlrutlon' , ". ,. '"" 1 r" Un 'Ht heavily1 CHAHI.ES U. WHEELEIt In of AmerUa'- r.-Hourcn. I '"V"1 " KM,U. ; A.llnlulHtrator if the Kntiu of Wll ami then "went at It blind" "The Tr'!tnur,'r of the Unltoi ""'n K- Mayvlllo, Deceried thrill up. An ft reHull. Rena """" "tliimteM It will cont Amerl-W. A. HurrlB, Attorney for Admlnln ' k... i.. ui..riii,... ciiii taxiiiiviim I iiiii ...in , r - ... ,. . ' 4ur luiuinig- f ".........p. n I - ...win. ii miliars ", m, iioiena, Oregon. nun oiin-niin u eviry ; - ' wuaniT or a ceh -i-il. r u'H liironio will bo taken , ,urJr ,0 l'y off our net war debt, Ii'hh Im t Ii Ih year for laxen, direct "'" """unla lent to the Allien. ' j Hl'.MMONH direct." The nrllcln. which! 'Thin uh we mut bo taxed THE CIltCUIT COIJKT Or" TUP a Hi'liHiillon. Ill full In ait every year for 25 venr. I.. ri... rr.r BTATK iik- on v. ,Ak, L ... ?.?', ! million dollarM a.inuitl InlereHt to be I'M III A COUNTY. ' nr.lh Cointreau. Jimt cUmed. pr.ld to bondholder. AImo for nn Killln 1'eternon. I'lulntlff mi eh laviHii r.piiropriatioii minitionai 4 17 mlllliniH n v..r . ' vh mid after the war that the Into a Hlnklnic fund In r.i..r Ellen Kiiefn.ih .i p HiieiiillliK tun nearly no Mill- orr Mm or lie ik. " . imlli M ...i .niprliiled wm too blR forf ii,..r u,r,i ...... . ..I UmI.ih CoiiHeiiuentlv nlwini 1 .i. ' : "ll "'in I ... I i m.i . . " '""'aiiinei i p un (I,,,) w L... will he aavod The ultl- now c:-n lift It ,10 ot.r , 'l (hi of the war will be about i m..t pay .10 blllloni of dollcr t r En. Thene flKure are bane., BIllHra ,llM o( ,8 hS J1 0, Lmrnt. made in WaHl,lKt.,n. ; .... " , run Asj-rlcan heicriidKed the ,-endltui.,. for the war IIkcI will ...pen, llure. or tbe r-;,K.rK;lll, 30 ,, or 10 i,ilJU.H ii ei kimI our all If need he i ... .'. . minima t, , : , inwi.7 i nun ,,ni co il i lien ri'Hiiurri'H un of them. Yet, wll'i the ' 1 ". nrmy "' l'''.nn r in r.i...i. ii... i. in 'ii.... . . . . nr reuuiri'fi in nima.. ,.f ariiiainent, t ft prodlaal "' """ oukiii to kivc .,,, i. i. . n T . ""r a.li.n Ih uralur the a..,.r,! u". n """X ot I7K.00O major-geno- !L'! Xu in of ..rly 2 billion dollar. "","!' " " ' 8 Srd day o May0!' 9" r, :.llim army and n record- '...lry or ,e Kvrr Haw , fHI to bo an" wer tiie n'lk'l ' i ''"i' '"V"" Pr,!JKV, 'H iv ,:,",n, i """he naval proKram In bin ory. "No country In tl, world ever MalnUff will apply to the court for nvu, nil c dovlco on the aea pent ho much money on ll military the relief prayed for in hla mW com' i.lle.l S ale Ireaanry ahoul.l r.rm In time of peace a thee at.- Plaint, to-wlt: Tl,,i ih. h.?Lv,?. uoin, minora, and John M. I'etcr- noil, also nil other peraong or purlieu unknown elulmlnK any rlKlit. title, etate, Hen or inter est In the real BMtnte described In the complaint herein, Defendant. To Evelyn EllefMeth, a minor, John M. releron and all peraon or purtle unknown claiming any right, tllle, eHlate, lien or Interetit Ii. the real property described in llio complulnt herein: In the Numo of the State of Ore NOTICE OK HHKKII K'H HAI.K IN THE CIRCUIT COCUT OK THE 8TATE OK OREGON. KOK THE COUNTY OK COLUMBIA. Laura II. Northup, Plalnthf, VH. James Ilenjamln Paul, lane Morrell, nee Jane Paul and Oeirgs Morrell, her husband,. Frederick I). Paul and Nora Paul, big wife. Prudence L. Ingles and Clinton S. Indies, her hui.band, Charles William Paul. Elizabeth Lane, nee Elizabeth Paul, and William Lane, her hus band, Delia Hennett, nee Delia Paul and Kenneth Hennett, hei husband and Lydla Ii. Northup, Defendants. Hy virtue of an execution, decree and order of Dale issued nut nf tho n fin vn on t ll laH on in u i i i" ..... ... I"'"" 'ese np- Plant, to-wlt: Th:-.t the defendants ! T" L. Juuv5 , 1 f. . 1 i"'piiiiiiih ior our army mil navy, and e.icli of them be required to bi! T i, i " "'rcieo "no lion nn.1 Will..,, which now, The nnvnl approprlalKn alone ex- and appear in this court ,d M l led thS 22nd day 0f March- 1919 n.ugli ibis groat vn.cuum at ceeds the combined annual naval forth what. If any claim il.ev n I up.,n a decree nade and entered in rum nuiNl l.n dug out of the budget of the world' three great- either of them havoor claim to have ! C.Vrt a!,d.caUHe on tlie 191,1 day f our worker rnd producer est marlllmo powers preceding the! In and to the following necrlb 11 8. in favor of the said r ' " iMi'i,i'.r. niiuiii 1U i'ii, bib Minion' rer.i properly situated in Countv of1 7. j . . " ." """""i1 " fcimm people and tho pocket more are appropriated end turn Columbia, State of Oregon to-wlt a de'endanV Lydla H. Northup. jrreat coiiHumliig cl.i. while over to tho shipping board and the; All Hn.i ,,,,rt ,.f ,i, c' ,i . I . BBR,ln8f t,ie 8!-d defendants, f our.- they repreHent nalu- Emergency HI. et Corporation, por ouat t r of w,l,?. ou'T bUt ',WeMiLJ.!,mes B"Jn"l Pnl. Jane Morrell. ll.h which c:n never bo re- Ibly for Hog Island benericlurles and .J " f RnL ,ml Fredcrlck D for us 1 other. ' 1 U 'K0 T. " of ll,,e w "lamet-! Nora Paul. Prudence L. Ingles, CUn I - ... i ite Alerldlan. that Huh anil la aiinaiml , tn a inni... . . k'...i. . .. . . . i ..... u. ami vunrn;H niiuam vs. John M. Hall, Defendant. To John M. Hall, the above nnmed defendant. In the Name of the State of Ore gon: You are hereby required to np poar and answer the complaint filed against you In the above entitled suit and Court on or before the 12tli of pru, nn, ama date being more than six weeks after the firzt pub lication of this notice and summons and for went thereof the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the re lief prayed for in her complaint, to- For a decree dissolving the bonds of matrimony now and heretofore existing between yourself and the Plulntlff herein and for permission to hereafter resume her maiden name, to-wlt: Bessie Marie Von neggcrn. Tills summons la served upon you vy vuMiicauon. miraiinnt m an n.. of tho Honorable W. J. Fullerton. Judge of the County Court of the mine oi uregon for Columbia Coun ty, made on the 27th dnv nf Voi.r... ury, 1919, and entered of record First publication, Feb. 28, 1919. Last publication, April 11, 1919. W. J. McMAHON, Attorney for Plaintiff. Worcester Building, Portland, Ore. i-.,.i'.,i'.r "t v...: U11U'" niv --- - - a im iii-w nuininitn w iin niiHri. nun ll fir inn rvitliu nin vac h(th of uvorv ArirrliMri'i ln.M,'l brforu t1irn ctm ho nnol hir i I cnl Inis Ihrrfrfim tiA tt..,iw r - i - ..w... . v katiiuui viivji cuu llll tm lakt-n from hin thin Knrl war. 1 )y will hn roll Ins ! and a rlglit-of-way for loirtrlnt? nnr- II . 1. . l.tllbd .... ..i. ... "r, -r, i.iat'fi uiri'i'i nn i iii.iiriri 1 " ih i i.m nr. ii iiur wir upiii iMmt's uormnmrn mnvavix tin. nH. L .. 1 1 i. u i i rn it It., fit. I.I I .. i.. I i.t,. ' ...... t i -. u rli.l drunk wMch hii lu for tnonlli nt WashliiKlon. ('r -"!"K Into Paul, for the sum nf lit It mi $8.32 and $126.32 with Interest at eight per cent (8 pe)r cent) per '," " n.TumiK.re conveyeu uie iien-innnum from July 22nd. 1918 and I It K.V l.lK.tltl.i lllrln. :.nn l,..li If...... I.. ..- 1 .(.... . ... .-v" , .. ... ..... ..Hi....... JltllH in.K.III, U.IU ..U III ll.Tr... IT . I. nf.... ' K f U' th In.n.n... .. ... . . Iiient wo are l l much morn dr.n iter for which U in,r,lo,l i nu in lie '. ... ". ... . v . . , " . . ' .-wui. v,( ,w yx-r mill r annum irom juiv 1. 11 1 111:1 II 1 I.i. I. k I.. I.I v ! t. ft fn f. J rn.n,l , 9 H .... .. ... ... nn... .n... . . . . ..... I i .. t . ii . rt . .iiu ii. auu f..0 of "I '"'IK I" all history '"an of golnr. tj war between now U olumbhi County, Oregon; that the! with interest thereon at eight Dei i with It. Onu-tentli of t,H . "d the time this denrly bought war; same may be decreed to be without ! cent (8 per cent) per annum from ' estimated wonlth hrs been : Junk would have to lie sent to the any foundation In law or equity, and July 22nd 1918 and $29 62 with in led at a single term ofi""11" '"'"P vea If the world fall to that the plaintiff may be decreed tolterost at six per cent per annum cm lop of thl. with a V achieve a permanent peace. j l,o tho owner of said property and from Julv 22nd, 1918, and $4 20 "im or Victory l.nn notes "One of the first things the new ."very part nud parcel thereof, free and $86.70 with interest nt eight per ii April- the Treasury iiieun-i Congress should do Is to establish a i ,rom claim or demand on tho'cent (8 per cent) per annum from i rnwlng money from the budget for tho Ciovemme it. State , l'nrt of said defendants or either of ' July 22, 1918 and $29.62 with In- meet miming expense and nutloiial budgets meni: scientific! them, or any of them, and that thtitorest nt 6 per cent per annum from war an event or the past. Judicious, can-fill expenditure of i-rcHS t). K.'s. though It dlil I people's inoiiev. Iin lnnd ..f tii anil pus, an appropriation hiilllliin dollar fur llm It It W Judlcliuis, careful expendiluro of the ; l-'alnlitf may have such other ana, July 22, 1918 and $18.33 and the il.n iurthcr roller as to the court mav ! costs of and nnnn tnla writ nm 'everything goes' profll'tary of the ' ocm moot and agreeable to equity. I manding me to make sale of the fol- iin i summons is served upon you'K,lnB uescrioea real property, to by publication thereof In the Sl.w,t: Helens Mist for six consecutive! The: South half of the Northeast weeks as provided by an order of1 Quarter (S of NE14) of the Hon. W. J. Fullerton, County Judge; Southeast Quarter (SEV4) and the ,, .. ... ... .... """ iii.niuu ii.uiuj una ; ixorin nuii oi ine ivortneast yuar- llll l Oil hlecp Well.' I Slate, which knlil nr.lnr una mn.le tor fVli. r.t Klllil tho c... !.... . ' . ... a v. . - ' i v. . . v uuu.iicao. To be nt his best a man muiit have i end entered on the 16th day of Quarter (SEU); and East half sound, refreshli.-r sleep, Wben wrlio- March. 1919, n:id which Bald ordeitEH) of the Southeast Quarter fill Mid restless nt night ho is in no j directed nald publication to be made (SE'ii) of the Southeast Quarter ii r ' once a week for said lio. lod of time: : (SE U ) : and the West half i w u. i arw.ll mvuI.im. 1'li.iv r.i.l...... . ...... .. . klent HaVuI llllliriiorllll Inn bill Thev rill vrnfl nn,l 'nnrli1 ... .1... Ilnory of the world; provide I minimum. Hero Is a reform THAT glOMlg I.UYU 111 in. i o Inra IS I'llMI'I'l Kllll V " E' giiiar army; and then, llko 'ii millor strewing llio at reel H MtV. tlirciWN tt.v,'l.v f..n.rlv Sllon In smrll change" on piilldlng and rlver-nnd-har-rk ' An appropriation for fcl e nil Kmiloyiuent "Servlco PI.I.II I .111. 111. U.I.U . l,i,u nuu. ..... i .....la .1 u. ...... T.m ...... ...-I...I W .In... ' tCU-' 1. .. ... 1.1... ...... . t, . . ' .... nw. ... i,H.t..iT.i i. i. .....w . n.ll.1 PU. IUU UI 1 1 111 V , j T. 1IU II1C H CHI 1IU1L piKhi have been the means of In. tho day. Wakefulness Is often the first publication to be made on of the Southwest Quarter (SWU) worse I caused by indigestion end coiistlnn- the 21st day of March. 1919. and the of the Southeast Quarter ISEU1 itn from souietbiiig unr lu Knrone Ii..ImIi..vIum. flea for limlunoe wu ruled Dnler! ilrunlien sailor even thei l"'st of It over this spon.:'- good digestion. Hon and Is iiilcl:ly relieve lnrli.ll. a Ti.l.l.tta Trv t llieso ti'blets and sen how much bet ter you feel with a clear head rnd ess is oiten ii:e ursi puun-.ition to no mane on or the .southwest Quarter (SWVi) ml coiiHtlpn-i the 21st day of March, 1919, and the of the Southeast Quarter CSE) I'd by Cham-' li st publication to bo ma.lo on the and the East half (E1) of the n dose of ' 2nd d ly of May, 1919. : Southwest Quarter (SWV. ) of the iv much bet-i W. A. HARRIS. Southeast Quarter (SEVi), all in Attorney fi-r l'hiinl iff. Residence, St. Helens. Oregon. "Yes, I tried it, but I went back to RoyaL" This is the experience of most women who have been tempted to try so called cheaper baking powders which almost always contain alum and often leave a bitter taste. Koyal Baking Powder Absolutely Pure Made from Cream of Tartar derived from grapes j Royal Contains No -Alum-Leaves No Bitter Taste Section 25, in TownsbiD 6 North Range 6 West of the Willamette Meridian, in Columbia County, Ore gon; Now, Therefore, by virtue of said execution, decree and order of sale end in compliance with the com mands of said writ, I will, on the 2? day of April, 1919, nt 10 o'clock A. M nt M.a frmil iIiiap nf tl.c ..to Court House in St. Helens, Columbia j County, Oregon, sell at public auc- tion. subject to redemption, to the j highest bidder for cash In hand, all the right, title and Interest which the above named defendants had in I the above entitled property on the ; 8th day of March, 1909, the date of ; the first mortgage foreclosed in said i decree, or since that date had in and to the above described property or I any part thereof, to satisfy the said execution, order and decree, interest, costs and accruing costs. Dated this 22nd day ot March, A. j D., 1919. 1 E. C. STANWOOD. Sheriff of Columbia County, Oregon. First issue. March 28. 1919. Last issue, April 26, 1919. The Boys POOL PARLOR EVEN IF YOU ARE MARRIED You can take her a box of Chocolates At Our Store You will Find a Hip; Line of Bulk and lox Chocolates. ICE CREAM EVERY DAY The Boys M'IHXAU) A PETERSON, Proprietors St. Helens, . . Phone 127W Mattresses ONE OF THE FEW THINGS THAT HAVE DECLINED IN PRICE We Have Therh from $5.75 up. 40-jpound Felt Mattress. $13.50. Other Felts at right prices. 30-pound Silk Floss, $20.00. Luxury 35-pound Imperial Edge Floss, $26.25. 40-pound Curled Hair Mattress, SPECIAL, $28.50. If in need of a Mattress of any kind, call and see us. Also have a good line of Pillows. E. A. Ross THE HOUSEFURNISHER MASONIC BLDG. ST. HELENS YOU WILL GET Expert Repair Work ON YOUR CAR AT THE ST. HELENS GARAGE If your car goes "HAYWIRE" on the road phone the St. Helens Garage for their service car to help you. OIIS GASOLINE ACCESSORIES ST. HELENS GARAGE Phone 57 H.M.TERRY . St. Helens, Ore. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable DRAY INC AND TRANSFER All Business Promptly Attended To PHONE IS WM. H. DAV1ES - - Prop. ST. HELENS.ORECON R. CONSTANT1N PLUMBING, STEAM HEATING and SHEET METAL WORKS Stationary Wash Tubs and Bath Room supplies. ST. HELENS, OREGON Ml The Celebrated BERGMANN SHOE Awarded GOLD MEDAL P. P. I. B. San Francisco, 1915 The Strongest and Nearest Water proof Shoe Made FOR LOGGERS, CRUISERS, MI1XMEN AND ALL WORKERS j THEO. BERGMANN SHOE MFG. CO. j 021 Thurman Street Portland ASK FOR THE BERGMANN WATERPROOF SHOE OIL HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR HOGS, CATTLE, VEAL AND POULTRY We sell the Best Fresh and Cured Meats and Lard at LOWEST PRICES GEORGE'S MARKET O'CONNOR & GARRISON, Proprietors Phone 48 St. Helens, Oregon !! if on re old enough to know better "szysHogari mi tobacco satisfaction you get out of a Bmall chew of genu ine tobacco and the way it lasts and good old Gravely has got your or dinary plug backed off the map." Good ttite, smaller chew, longer life it what makes Geo u ine G ra vely eost lets to chew than ordinary plug. It'ritt to: Genuine Gravely DANVILLE, VA. for houkltt on duwit plug. Peyton Brand REAL CHEWING PLUG Plug packed in pouch. Mist Want Ads for Results