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f1"".. rmirl mine pursuant ST. OURT PROCEEDINGS 2. 1919 6th 1,1.1 W- Ijounii mtl. orfMM nil pre.- I?:! l monl" or th M utl'.rlr.a. and Mnic !: mi Wiirrunt No. 349 17 TO ta'fvr "r Hussnll Maklns- k ,r 1919. Warrant No. 31.0, hrO rll.nr II Hull. '.!d he Court ,"," IvIh,uI l110 . ... .........I ll.il llm an lit infill IW 7 I lored ul accepted. IP.t,. hv there U pre nlnd to urt in order of the J"Iko of uVnll rourl of i lie toi niy or Lbla Htate f Onuson, allowing L, n'cuilon In tno amount of I, pi, m.m.l.. ' '-yor or wary 1 III SCrOPIllll' ...... .. belnK SllVlseU "l inuiti'r, .i i.ui llm Plm-k tin ami liu Lhr authorized und instructed knft t lilHllTIW r mill 1.I..II. III Puv . . .i ru 1.. f.. .. mount 01 III vi lluhta. a"'' 11111 warrant be l on the nni nny ui umiiih tlieri'iuiur uiiiii uib ,r ordnr of this Court. ,1,1, dir thorn ii rmMnoo io ounty Court an ordnr of thn L of the Juvenile t ourl or l ol- umblu County, flute 0f 0reKn . lowlnic whlow, p,11(,u , , $17.60 per montti, to Mb Fox ' I ha I'iiiiiiI. I' . ... . B,,' . . 7 . """" advised mw i.iui.nr ii m linli.rn.1 HELLNS MIST. FRTHAV Attrt n mg Court that a.l.l petition nnd order b ii ml thn Minn In hereby denied. nun uay In the .... 7 bi.uiimi proposals for . ,. .v , , corta n ('...... heretofore nil vi.rMu.... opened ami i.ii.i.ilii.i.i i.- ..." Court, und IhiIiik a follows' Happier Itimd, Hut Ion 24 io :ili in Itouil District No. 3. ty Itoad, worn work. -clulmlnK error Ill bid submit- Orshoven, county surveyor. 142 so il In tlmrof, .. w- H. Davles. hauling Totlnr sun. Court that th, imnrovemZ i ' ,thl P ,1-.00; E- A- n' " to r thg t'oun h,Ih be d'i"e , cmcer. 24.0; E. O. Ditto, Vupplle. tum,prv?, m o "ndr '.? A"01101, " "rlff, 90c; B n ihU d.y ii. r.H"..; "tamp., etc., 5.00; Plaza -i".:iiii:uiioiia for tlm lm,.,.. 7i. 7. '. .I."" ""KMhb" io It. C. Karth $2088.00. "I J. I. llrookn O. h. Tarhiill & Bon, $2490.00. And the Court lining advlnoj n the matter, It U onlnriMl ly t)iR Court that the hid of . .. Turln-ll Hon for the Improvuimnt of iml,i Knpplnr Itoad hn, and (,n nam,, Imrohy acrnptud, un, rol,tr8(., he eiilired Into with the mild O i Tarhnll Hon for mich Improvonii'iit; It U furthnr ordiirod hy the Court that tlio hid of It. C. Karth and J . Ilrooka. mihinlttcil on mild Kuni,I,.r Hoad ho, and thn mime Im hurhy rr Jorlnd. On thli day It In ordnrod hy the County Court that tin. coutrart linre (ofore awardiid C. V. Kimiroin for the Improvement of llm Hpenrer Illll In Hoad JilMtrln No. for thn nuiii of $79N 00. he and thn mun H hiireh (nnrellnd for thn renm.n that aald C. I! Kiidalroni failed to enter t a contract with a hond for Haid ... ii . ""n"r "oada ca follow.; N )m. H,llm Htreet ln nn(i DBtrct 3 lladKer Itoad l0tt(1 nBlrct No nnaver Creek Itoad. In Iloart ni.. trlrt In the uaiWMiior, 17.50: Colunihln Her.lH upplle to aBgeaaor, $7.60; Bualiong ft Co., luppllei to aiseaaor, $4.85; H. C. Wood, expense deputy aaeBsaor, $0.99; H. C. Wood, salary deputy aaaeasor, $100.00; Bushong Co., suppllea to assessor, $270.00; C. W. Blakesley, expense aa assessoi. . , i iimu IO, 9. at eounlw lln ,, .,(1 trlrt No. , at Iwi place. una tlie ( ourt helnir ihIi..h .nuiinr, u is nrd UH II I'I'f Tt I 0 .1 r. f t.f.r........ . . uiiii vv""i na mat a m i f,. i.i.i.. i Improvement of said roads " in throe Uxuea ,.i NOTICK I have money on hand to pay the following endorsed warrants: Ueneral Fund, endorsement Includ ing becemher 31st, 1918. Oenerul Itoad, endorsement Includ ing October 6th, 1918. 'load District No. 1. nnilnraemant ,..a .i... ..... . . . .. " nnd uoclflcnih.n. i- P'""" "'""'nK uciober 8th. 1918. for thn he puhlls itoaa District No. 2, endorsement lucludlng October 6th, 1918. Itoad District No. 3, endorsement 11.0 fit. Helen. M .r.7VM " ,"'V,I, e,ruar7 19. cou'ouirv0 K'itr8ement KU.0 tr.ct N.. 6 endorsement IE 111 STATES CREAMS E PARATOR Skims Cleanest and Lasts the Longest Come and See H. A. COLT at St. Helens nn Ilia 9RU .1 .... . : of Anrll ism . . y "-umib uciooer 16th, 1818. On hu i , . Ck P- m- , ',l0?d D,8tr,cl No- "dorsement n tins day clalmg arr-vlnst tin Including October 7th, 1918. ' oiinty (.eneral Kund hprinrn. I Hoad Dlslrlnr N.'n 7 wllh the Clerk nf tho ..,- ! Includlni Jul mih ion filed said worn nllr.wA.I in n. . i ... " 'uriuua amounts ... wiirieu out on the race of claims and being as follows: Warrants Nos 406 to 620 Inclusiv. amounting to $2,718.40 tar . ". a. mcintyre, witness, $4 60' Mrs. A. II. Smith, witness, $4 40- A IK Smith, witness. $4.i40; Logaj, Manlgan, witness, $6 60; Otto (.onltr.en, witness. $5.60; Ham Goelt-j sen. witness, $5.00; Forrest Daniels ! WltlinuM II ...( I A m - ' .ta Z ,Jr"mr ! Matter of the Estate of J. Mrs. H $660; J. Moore, Juvenile court, Koail ll(nlrli Vrt o AnjAM , Including October 16th, 1918. All outstanding warrants in Road District No. 16. Interest Btops April 10th, 1919 BESSIE HATTAN. ' County Treasurer. NOTICK TO CHKDITOllS ! IN THE COUNTY COURT OF The! STATE OF OREGON, FOR COL- e Estate nf J n neon, Deceased. Notice is hereby elvcn that the un- rauiina Tr unit. .im... j : -r. i u luvenlln court. $5 60- E ii iiirt 7,"ral''"ea been appointed admin 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. lid ens Garage for their service car to help you. Oil OASOIINE ACCESSORIES ST. HELENS GARAGE Phone 57 H.M.TERRY. St. Helens, Ore. i Juror. 5 40; C. I.. Wllhurn. f bu; Jacob Dowllng, Juror, $9.20. i r.njali McVey. Juror. $3.60; Joseph Hohlskl. Juror. $4.20; H. O. Howard I Juror. $3.80; John Dowd, Juror $4 40; Thos. C. Median, Juror! ; $10 40; M D. Edwards. Juror, $16 20; Herbert Edmonds, Juror, . $15 00; Grant W. Olrt, Juror. $13. 4o ! John J. I.lndahl. Juror. $10 00: Hep. hert (1. Wit ham. Juror. $13.40; Ceo. Jordan. Juror, $1140; Andrew i Krlekson, Juror. $17.40: Clav E. lie' urarr, Juror, $11 00: Alexander AsW isiralnp nr llm ..tali. n t r. o .. 'lr"r- doceased, by the Countv fourt r the State of Oregon, for Columbia! County, and has qualified. All per-' sons having claims against said eb I late are hereby notified to present 1 the same duly verified es by law re-1 quired to the undersigned, at the law ; office of J. W. Day. In the Columbia ! County Bank building, St. Helens, Oregon, within six months from the dute hereof. , Dated and first published April 11 1919. WILL BRENNAN. ! iiinir. siu.nu; It. t King, Juroi, T $16.20; Mike Jennings. Juror.! i $1 2 40; Arthur fieorgo, Juror, $3.00; 1 i J. L. Williams & Son. R. of W. sup-! plies. $4 75; Wm. II. Davles. It. or W, hauling, $6.00; fit. Helens Lum 'her Co., lumber, $53.05; Colen H. ('rouse. II. of W. supplies. $10.00. St. Helens Lumber Co.. R. of W.. wood. $7.75; ('has. A Merrill, dam ages account Kngllah' road. $26.06, 1 II. Leap, damages. $100.00; 0. It. ; Mills, work on Ford car, $16.75; In : dependent Auto Co., supplies Fora car. $166.65; Independent Auto Co., : supplies etc., Ford car March, '$19 04; A. L. Morris, chainman, $3.50; Itay Iteynolds. axe man, 87c. V. M. Klster, chainman, $4.38; II. A. Ahry, expense as M. M., $21.65; Oscar Lewis, chalnmnn, $1.75; E Benson, chainman, $1.75; L. J. Van W. Administrator. Day, Attornoy. 17-21-6t 11 if you are a "Good Buyer" Yon Will ShopNow Before You Spend Ycur Money in With unstable markets for the oast 2 vears no one merchant is position to give you the best prices prevailing on the entire line he must be guided in the sale of his goods by price paid for them. Talk is cheap and shoe leather might be higher. Take enough time to sound out the markets before you buy We solicit your inquiry on anything in our line. "X We sell r-JS Reliable? (77 jfjr 1 m BELIEVE I ! ! J yx X S I THAT G W y 1 ' Should you hnppon to build, or modernize your present building this season we ro In position to show you latest designs In Builder's Hardware and furnish you finish k"HW" Und P0m'"r "AOK Vl-AMTY" linn of Taints for insldo nnd outside A('MilH t1B ,,0llt known ,, lll()Ht (rnbi kulsomlne wull finish on the market "' e-liHvo It in all tho popular shades at your Borvlce. FISH ARE BITING GOOD, WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF TACKLE vn.. iK!"" ym,r oyB n 0"r windows watch our advertisements, tall: to ua before buy Hardwuro and Implements. We'll trout you right. E. G. Ditto, Hardware ST. HELENS, OREGON NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS St. Helens. Oregon, April 3, 1919. I , Sealed Proposals addressed to the I County Court of Columbia County, Oiegon. at St. Helens, Oregon, and endorsed "Proposal for Doing the : Following Work In Columbia Coun- ty, to-wlt: St. Helens Street. In Road DlBtrlct No. 12. I "Badger Ror.d in Road District, No. 3. "Beaver Creek Road, In Road DIs I trict No. 0. at County Line. "Beaver Creek Road, ln Road DIs ! trlct No. 9, at Lewis Place," I will be received by said County Court until 2 o'clock, P. M., April 26th, 1919, and not thereafter, ana at that time will be publicly opened and rer.d. All proposals must be made upon blank forms, to be obtained from the Roadmaster, at his office In St. Helens, Oregon. Must give prices proposed, both In writing nnd In figures, and must be signed by the hldrter, with his address. , Plans and Specifications of the I Beaver Creek work are on file an7 enn bo oxamined r.t the residence of 1 Judson Weed, at Verncnla, Oregon, and are also on file and n:r.y be ex amined In the office of th County Clerk. Each bidder shall deposit with his bid, a certified check for an amount of at least fivo (5) per cent of nib bid, payable to the County (Herk, which shall be forfeited to the Coun ty. In case the award is niado to him and he shall neglect, fall or refuse, for a period of five days after such award is made, to enter Into n. con tract and file the required bond. The right Is reserved to reject an and all bids. W. J. FULLERTON, I County Judge. A. E. HARVEY. Commissioner. JUDSON WEED, Commissioner.' II. E. ABRY. I Roadmaster. ' - J. W. HUNT, ; 17-1-St County Clerk. 1 SUMMONS j IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON. FOR THE COUNTY OF COLUMBIA. : Augusta Morris, riaintlff, vs. J. A. Morris, sometimes known as . Link Morris, Defendant. 1 To J. A. Morris, sometimes known as ( Link Morris, Defendcnt: In the name of the State of Ore-1 gon: You are hereby required to ap pear and answer or otherwise plead ! to the complaint filed herein against I you by plaintiff In the above entitled suit, on or before the 24th day of; K .A. A -! Y. J... t w h.aa1 ' nl?.y, 1V19, WI11VII UBIU IS BIA IDDBI after the first publication of this summons, and It you fail to appear and answer or otherwise plead within said time, for want thereof the plain tiff will upply to the Court for the relief prayed . for In her complaint, namely, for a decree of divorce dis solving the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now existing between you and the plaintiff, and that the cere, custody ana control or hobs Morris, Myrtle Morris and Charles Morris, minor chlldron of plalntifi and defendant, be awarded to the plaintiff, and for such other an. further relief as to the Court may seem Just and equitable. This summons Is served upon yo. by publication by virtue of an order of the Honorable J. A. Eafcin, Judge of tho above entitled Court, and which said order was made and en tered on this 8th day of April, 1919, nnd requires that this summons be published once a week for six con secutive weeks in St. Melons Mist, a newspaper of general circulation published ln Columbia County, Ore gon. Date of lrst publication is the 11th day of April, 1919. Date of last publication Is the 23rd day of May, 1919. GLENN Y. WELLS, Attorney for Plaintiff. 926 Chamber of Commerce Building, $10.71; Martin White, expense deputy assessor, $30.38; Oertrud. Phillips, clerk for sheriff, $78.00; Wm. Phillips, clerk for sheriff, (To be continued next week) Ice Cream Weather is Here We serve the pure and wholesome WEATHERLY Ice Cream received fresh every day if you want good Ice Cream, let us furnish it. CIGARS, CONFECTIONERY, TOBACCO We have a full line and will be pleased to have a portion of your patronage. Frazier's Confectionery 8t, Helens, Oregon I Jj. FRAZIER, Prop. Phone 132-W West St. Helens Bakery S. HEUMANN, Proprietor FRESH BREAD, PIE, CAKE AND PASTRY. Every Day Special Orders Solicited Ask your grocer for our BREAD. ' He has it and it is made in St. Helens. The People's Market Saturday Meat Bargains In order to help you save on the amount of your meat bill, we have decided to have special prices on meats EVERY SATURDAY This will enable you to get your supply of good, tender meats for your Saturday and Sunday meals at a lesser cost. We handle none but the best. GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES Give Us a Trial and be Convinced The People's Market Phone 40 St. Helens, Oregon How About That Garden? This is good Gerdening weather and if you are going to have a Garden, you should be at work. We have a full line of Garden Seeds from the most reliable seed houses. Fishing Tackle, Sporting Goods We have just what you want, Fishing Rods, Lines, Hooks, Flys, etc. BASEBALLS, GLOVES, Etc. The autoist who wants good Tires should buy the MILLER TIRE and the MILLER TUBES. They are the cheapest in the long run. BUILDING MATERIAL We have Roofing Paper, Tar Paper, Nails, Shelf Hardware and other Building Materials. May we supply your wants? Larsen & Co., Grocers Let Us Be Your Grocers You Will Be Satisfied Telephone No. 27 ' Free Delivery Wise up on tobacco says Buck "A lot of you fel lows are cheating yourselves out of real tobacco satis faction. That's what' I get out of good old Gravely." Good taste, smaller chew.Ionger life iswhat makes Genuine Grave ly cost less to chew than ordinary plug. Writt Gbnuine Gravely DANVILLE. VA. ftr tMtt cktwiut fit' eyton orano REAL CHEWING PLUG Plug packed in pouch Portland, Oregon.