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ST. HELLNS MISf. FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1919
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Iuued Every Friday by
THE MIST rCBLISHINQ COMPANY
O. D. HEILBORN. . . .Tics President
id Managor.
8. C. MORTON ..Editor
808CIUFT10X RATES
One Tear !.
Bii Month '8
Entered aa lecond-clasi matter,
January 10th, 1911, at the Postofflce
at 6L Helena, Oregon, under the act
of March 3rd, 1879.
COUNTY OFFICIAL l'APER
MIMBKR ST. HCLCN9
CHAMBER OP COMMIKI
THE BANKING BUSINESS TODAY
In former days, the banker sat be
hind his mahogany rail and waited
for business to come to his establish
ment. He loaned money and that
was all, and, in many Instances, he
was the most unprogressive man in
the community for he was out of
touch with everything except money
matters.
But times have changed, and the
banker of today. It he is nuking a
success, is usually about one jump
ahead of the gun when it comes to
being posted on conditions which
spell prosperity for the territory in
which Is bank is located. The pro
gressive bank of today develops
business Instead of waiting tor busi
ness. As an illustration, the banks or
Kalispel, Montana, recently created
a fund to be loaned to young farmers
for the purchase of live stock. The
funds are to be loaned at 6 per cent
and repaid from the increase in the
stock. In our own community, one ot
the local banks loaned money to the
farmer boys so that the "Pig Club"
was made possible, and the club
members made money on their pigs.
In other words, these banks are
developing Industries, which, in
turn, develop the community. It is
constructive work and the new Idea
in banking.
ly thrown into a pile of rubbish or In Columbia county snoui.i not n
the grass along the road may wip vtiu proun ui i
out thousands of dollars worth or it tie iciory Loan. ., t
naw ., ilaalM hnmlrAila nf ftlrK t '
A county truck Is not of much use
unless it cun be usod.
property or destroy hundreds of acres
of grain and millions of foot ot tim
ber, not to mention lives, lie careful.
IJNCOIA'S WARNING
Abraham Lincoln said:
"The poople themselves, and not
tholr servants, can safely reverse
their own deliberate decisions.
Whatever may be the wishes or dis
positions of foreign stntes, the In
tegrity of our country and the stabi
lity of our government depend not
on them, but on the loyalty, the vir
tue, the patriotism and the intelli
gence of the American people.
Let them beware of surrendering a
political power which they already
possess."
The prospect of the establishment
at Warren of a plant to take care of
the Immense fruit crop In that sec
tion, is indeed, good news. The fu
ture of Columbia county depends up
on the agricultural development of
the county and the establishment of
such a plant as is anticipated, will
be ot Immense benefit to the entire
county.
The school board were wise in
selecting J. B. Wllkerson to supurln
tend the schools ot St. Helens. He is
an educated educator, a man of high
principle and a conscientious gentle
man. St. Helens Is fortunate in se
curing his services.
President llson has been away
from home so long and we are get
ting so accustomed to his absence,
that we fear some of us might decide
wee an get along pretty well with
out htm.
MIS-
NON-PARTISAN' LEAGUE
SIONARIES
It is apparent that the North Dako
ta Non-Partisan League is doing
some missionary work in western
- states.
Dr. C. H. Chapman, socialistic
writer on Portland dallies, recently
on the Portland Journal, is sent to
Idaho.
He has taken editorship of the
leading Non-Partisan paper in that
Btate and will also lecture for the
cause.
The Portland Journal has put a
man from the San Francisco Bulletin
inc harge of its state farm marketing
bureau department.
He has had training along socialis
tic lines in connection with several
movements to organize the farmer.
H. C. Cutting has been sent to
North Dakota to exploit the Non
Partisan league achievements in a
series of letters to the San Francisco
Bulletin. j
The Bulletin is the most pro
nounced of San Francisco exponents
of socialistic theories and labor radi
calism. Thus the preliminary work is be
ing done of cultivating the tillers of
the soil In western states.
After awhile will come Mr. Town
ley's agents and harvest the 116 per.
Ex.
The Fourth of July celebration
which St. Helens will have this
year, should have the cordial and
untiring support of every resident
of St. Helens.
The Roosevelt Highway is a mea
sure which should have the support
of the voters of Columbia county.
Yes, It Is quite certain that ship
building will continue at the St
Helens yards.
Yes, a good band is needed
will fill a long felt want here.
and
DRY SEASON C O M I N G B E
CAREFUL!
You wouldn't flip a cigarette or
cigar stub Into a can of powder, and
yet many people do just as dangerous
and foolish tricks.
Rubbish is allowed to accumulate
In out of the way corners, in unoc
cupied rooms, in basemnts and
aglnst buildings. Oily rags accum
ulate in garages and around factory
buildings, and camp fires are left
burning along the roads and in the
timber.
The dry season is coming on and
carelessness such as this costs the
people of this nation tens of millions
of dollars annually.
A cigarette stub or match careless-
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
St. Helens, Oregon, April 26, 1919.
Sealed proposals, addressed to the
County Court of Columbia County,
Oregon, at St. Helens, Oregon, and
endorsed, "Proposal for Doing the
Following Work in Columbia Coun
ty, to-wlt:
"E. T. Wallace Road in Road Dis
trict No. 8, from Station 136 plus 3b
to Station 189 plus 92.
"H. G. Smith Road In Ror.d Dis
trict No. 3, from Station 158 plus
40 to Station 210 plus 91.6."
will be received by said County
Court until two o'clock p. m. May
17th, 1919, and not thereafter, and
at that time will be publicly openeo
and read.
All proposals must be made upon
blank forms, to be obtained from
the Roadmaster, at his office In St
Helens, Oregon. Must clve pricos
proposed, both in writing and in fie-
ures, and must be signed by the bid
der, with his address.
Plans and specifications aro on file
at the store of J. 0. Libel at Mist,
Oregon, and are also on file and may
be examined in the office of the
County Clerk.
Each bidder shall deposit with his
bid, a certified check for an amount
of at least five (5) per cent of hiB
bid, payable to the County Clerk,
which shall be forfeited to the Coun
ty, in case the award is made to him,
and he shall neglect, fail or refuse.
ior a period or live days after sued
award is made, to enter into a con
tract and file the required bond.
The right is reserved to reject any
ana an mas.
W. J. . FULLERTON,
County Judge.
A. Jli. HAUV.KY,
Commissioner.
JUDSON WEED.
Commissioner
H. E. ABUY,
Roadmaster
J. W. HUNT,
20-22-3t County Clerk
SUMMONS
St. Helens should
Irate Memorial Day.
fittingly cole-
NOTICE OF SHFItUT'S H.ll.K
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OHKtiON FOR COL
UMBIA COUNTY.
Mrs. Fred Adams, l'hilntlff,
vs.
Sarah Z. Welgle, Defendant.
Under, nnd by virtue of on execu
tion issued out of the above named
Court, in tlio above putitled suit on
the 29th day of April, 1919, in pur
suance of a Judgment, Uocreo and
order of sale, rendered and entered
in said Court cn the 23rd duy of
April, 1919. in a mortgage fore
closure suit wherein tho plaintiff,
Mrs. Fred Adams, recovered Judg
ment against the defendi.ut, Srruh
Z. Weigle, for the Bum of $500.00,
with interest thereon at 8 per cent
per annum from Juno 20, 1914, to
tho entry of decree herein, for 160
attorney's fees and for $16.20 costs,
and commanding me ti make sale
of the following described real pro-1
perty, In Columbia County, Oregon,
to-wit: Lots numbered Six. Seven,!
r.r.d Nino, nil in lllock numbered j
Sixteon in the City of St. Helens,!
Oregon, according to the official plat j
thereof of record In tho office of
the County Clerk of said County, j
Now, Therforo, Notico Is Hereby;
Given, That on Monday the 2nd duy
of June, 1919, at 11 o'clock In the
forenoon ot said dny, at the front;
door of the Courthouse, In St. Ilel-j
ess, Columbia County, Oregon, l!
will, in obedienco to said execution,
decreo and order of sale, soil at)
public auction (subject to redemp-i
tion), to the highest bidder for cash,!
all the right, title and Interest which
the above named defendant hns, or;
had on tho 20th day of June, 1912.!
the date of said mortgrxe in nnd to
said real property to satisfy said I
execution, Judgment, interest, attor
ney's fees, costs and accruing costs
Dated April 30, 1919.
E. C. STANWOOD,
Sheriff of Columbia County, Oregon
First pub., May 2, 1919.
Last pub., May 30, 1919.
A Message to Women
IVf RS. HOUSEWIFE have you an account here
1 at the Columbia County Bank, the same as a
great many women in this county? Then you know
what convenience it is to draw out what you need
just when you need it. This way you do not run the
risk of carrying or keeping large sums of money about
where it might be lost or stolen.
You might also consider the safety of renting one
of our Safe Deposit Boxes for the keeping of valuable
papers.
8HERMAN M. MILES President
MARTIN WHITE Vice President
A- ; STONE . . CaBh,
G. MOECK ; Asst. Cashier
Oftblttmtn
e-r rim r mq
ST HELENS
mOLDTn
n OREGON
SUMMONS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR COL
UMBIA COUNTY.
Mrs. H. J. Anderson nnd Jchn V. Mc
Cully, Plaintiffs,
vs.
R. W. Nicholas. Dofsndant.
To R. W. Nicholas, tho abovo named
defcndr.nl:
In tho Name of tho Stato of Ore
gon: You are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint filed
agnlnst you In the above entitled
court and cause on or before tho 21st
day of June, 1919, said day being
tftcr the expiration of six weeks
from the date of tho first publication
of tills summons; and If you fall to
appear, for want thereof, the plain
tiffs will apply to the Court for tlin
relief demanded in their complaint,
to-wlt: .
1. That they have Judgment!
against you In the sum of $700, In
uoiu loin of the United States, with!
interest thereon In like gold coin
from the 2th day of May, 1917, all
the rate of 8 per cent per annum, less !
the sum of $32,55; for tho further!
sum of $350.32 with Interest thero
cn at the rate of 10 per cent per an
num from the 5th day of Septembei.
1918; for the further sum of $150 1
uiiuniBv h zees; nnd ror their costs
and disbursements of this suit.
2. That the mortgage described In
plaintiffs' complaint be foreclosed,
and the real property described In
said mortgr.go and the wholo thero
of, to-wit:
"Lots One (1), Three (3), Foui
(4). Nineteen (19). Twenty (20)
Twenty-one (21), and Twenty-two
(22), Block One Hundred Forty-fivt
(145); Lots One (1), Two (2)
Three (3), Four (4), Nineteen (19)'
Twenty (20), Twenty-one (21)'
Twenty-two (22), In Block One
Hundred Thirty-eight (138; Lots
Seven (7), Eight (8), Nine (9), Ten
(10), Thirteen (13), Fourteen (14)
Fifteen (15), Sixteon (16) Seven'
l,Tn (i7)' EBhteen (18). Nineteen
(19), Twenty (20), nnd Twonty-ont,
(21), in Block One Hundred nnd six
M06); Lots Seven (7), Eight (8i
Fourteen (14). Fifteen (15). and
Sixteen (16), In Block One Hundred
and Thirteen (113), according to thi
duly recorded map and plit thereof
on file In the office of the County
Clerk for said County and State"
be sold by the sheriff of Columbia
County, Oregon, in the manner pro
vided by law for the sale or real
property upon execution, and that
from the proceeds of said sale thero
be paid:
First: The costs ami iwn...
said sale. ,
Second: The
this suit.
ird.: The PrincPal Hum of $700,
with Interest thereon at the rate oi
?or ?ent per annum from May 2b
117, less the sum nf tiocr. ...
further sum of Jasn '.'
thereon at the rate of io "per ce,a
per annum from September 6. 1918
and the further sum nf ncn .. ':
ney's fees.
Fourth: That
there be, be paid to the defendant ah
Jta right! In tho premises may ap-
Fifth: That .tho .unxtr t
milled to bid In sild rea proport,
upon the sals thereof, and that If ti
proceeds of said sain iV ,JJle
LTty, P,antl8' Judgment, th
'hy,.be Biven a deficiency Judgment1
for the amount of such atMZZ ,.
any. "
This summons la .
order of the Hon. Martin Whito
Judge of the County Court of th.
fyawh0.ch0or0n fr Conbte Coon",
ty, which order wp.s made and en
tered on the 5th day of May 1919
and the time prescribed for the pub
"cation thereof is six weeks bech,
nlng with the ! t u, . eVn
of May 1919, and ending with he
ISHIIA nf Mia OA, I. A . , " ""'i me
v.. OI Juno 191g
GLEN n. METHKER '
- Attorney for Plalntiffn
Place of residence and Postoffjce'
address, St. Helens, Oregon ,
IN T1IF. CIRCUIT Ct'UliT OF TIIK
STATE OF OHFtlON FOR COL-,
UMHIA COUNTY. j
Mllfrod Lowloon und Matt! LowUon,
Plaintiffs
vs.
August Tlmonon and I.lua Tlmonen,
Uefenditnts. I
To August Tlmonou and Lin Tlmoii
en, lWondunts. !
In the Name of the Slate or Ore-;
gon. You aro hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint of
plaintiffs filed attalnst you In the;
above entitled suit within six weeks
rrnm Dim 9 1 It day of May, 1919. the
date of the first publication of this
summons, or by the 21st day of Juno,
1919, and If you fall so to appear
and answer, for want thereof the
plaintiffs will apply to tho court for
the relief prayed for In their com
plaint heroin, to-wlt: For a Judgment
UKalnst for tho sum of Fight hundred
Dollars, with Interest thereon at the
rate of 6 per cent per annum from
tho 19th day of November, 1917. un
til paid; for tho sum of Seven nnd
09-100 Dollars taxes paid, with In
terest thereon at tho rato of pei
cent per annum from tho 2nd day ot
April. 1919, for tho sum of One
hundred Dollars, attorney's fee, to
gethor wllli plaintiff s rusts and dls
bursenients; that the mortgage rin.
cuted by you on tho 19th day oi
November, 1917, upon tho 84 of
the N. W. of Section 2. Township
7 North, Range 4 West of tho Wil
lamette Meridian In Columbia Coun
ty, Oregon, be foreclosed, and that
oald real property ho sold In tho mnti-
r.er provided by law, to satisfy said!
sums of money; and that you ami all;
persons claiming under you, subse
quent to plaintiffs mortgage bo fore
closed and barred of all right, rlul.it
or equity of redemption In tho said
premises, and every part thereof, nnd
for such other and further relief as
to tho court mny seem moot ami
equitable.
This summons is served upon you
hy publication, by order of the Hon.
Martin White, County Judge of the
County of Columbia, State vt Ore
gon, tundfl nnd entered on tho 2nd
ilny of Mny, 1919, directing such
publication in the St. Helens Mist
once o;'ch week fur six consecutive
weeks.
Date of first publication, May 9th,
1919.
Date of last publication, June SOtli,
1919.
W. A. HARRIS.
Attorney fur 1'lslntlffs
Resident Attorney of tho State of
Oregon, I'OBtof.'Ico address, St.
Helens, Oregon.
Springtime Jewelry
There's a '.bought of Spring aud Summer l-i th( B.
we ho Just received. In tli election aro Wslow? "toV
Ullivos sun i-oiiciiB. iihhi iiruiriBi girl rr .1.. h-
er or sweetheart. And this Is the lima for lrtluia7M'i2
have them In appropriate settings. You will t,
com collection vi Ant " nu Agaia I imt !
0W
VON A. GRAY
RELIABLE JEWELER AND WATCIIMAKq
I m r in n-
1..., ...1. ...!, ll.lt It If.. it.. I
the hifih K"Je line of
Helen Ardelle Chocolate,
Tlir v are coiuluctive to happier moment . .
disposition awl are a wholesome ami delicious how"
confection. These delicious chocolates ate nuileuvfa
students of the University (if Washington, Helen F.
tietn i oYviiNcmi ami .wanna .-riiciie 1 own send.
You can obtain these high grade chocolates only
MASON'S
LUNCHES ICE CREAM CONFEOll
Liberty Bonds
Bought and Sold
at Market Quotations
SHERMAN M. MILES
Central Meat Market
-We handle and sell none but , the
choicest of MEATS. Cleanliness and
Safety is our motto and when buying
from us you are assured of getting only
the best.
WE WILL BUY
Beef Cattle, Hogs, Veal and Poultry
and pay the highest market prices.
Trade at home and save money.
Central Meat Market
ItAV MOttTO.V ami fiFOItGK WIIXOM, I'mprMon
Phone 60
Free and Prompt 1
St. Helens
BEST
WINS THE WEST
St. Helens wants home Indus
tries. Kt. HeleiiH It, t Is a homo pro
duct.
M.ido from sweet cream, pun
tnurlzed nnd churned dull).
frenm collected twlrn n week.
Thero la no sulmtltuta for
Ilutter.
Denmnil the "llot."
It's mndo In Kt. ilole::s.
St. Helens Coopera
tive Creamery Assn.
Boat and Auto Supplic
-We have HATTERIES, FLASH LIGHTS. A?
TIRES and TUBES. Wc handle the MILLER T3
It is the best, and we are offering a little special by W
ing the War Tax.
Granite and Aluminum W,
-We have a large stock-POTS, KETTLES,
PERCOLATORS, BOILERS, etc.
Our stock of GROCERIES is complete and
sonably and our service is all that can be desired.
J
Larsen & Co., Grocers
Let Us Be Your Grocers You Will Be Satisfy
Telephone No. 27 Free D
1 II'
Fruits and Vegetables
Till" Pnlnrv,!-.:.. 1:
tract with hZ V Cannmg and Produc Company wants to con
ETABLES suS V fr a11 kind l and VEG-
terms on Ll ' ttnnin& Growcrs invited to call and get
terms on long time contracts. The highest cannery prices will be paid.
Let ufwohrk totltf gd SEEDS and FERTILIZERS,
county g t0 make Co"ia county a better farm producing
Columbia River Canning
& Produce Company
L. ROSASCO, Manager pl)0NEl

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