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FOR JAt- aaw"
W of Hli"'K r"inlnuU from
,I1BI"-M0r0 r,l'Cl,m ,,tt
, droclJ nKlHt President Wll-
by oieiuhnrn or congress mr in.
. . . In mi mmn i iiOHtlcji.
Li Allt 1)1 U'O
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Versall '
L of III" VMe 1,1 ",B "mkl,, of
I, i. contended ly them 11,111
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Linf Wr to japan OI HI" BIIBU
V . . .. .. ..I..I..I I..M nntu
I lie pulley Of 1110 opu uuur mm
,n In troatloa made by this coun-
through Jolm ny wiioii aucro
of iiuiH, nut only a repudlutli.
(in principle of solf-determlnatlon
tor illy, niftin. which ontorod llio
OKI-.ltlHt OlTHIIIIiy Oil UIU HUB OI
jupnn and the United Blaloa,
. i,rnilir of trouble In that It
L Jupmi a greater foothold upm
mainland oi asiu which
Hvnilnale.
hey point out Hint the grent quoa-
gf WlH'tlHT Jlip'411 nnail lllli llio
right of immigration, of equality
cHUmshlp. and educational ana
Urty rlK'it" on our Pacific I'oa
ill In aut'yuHiu, buu iuv wuwui
ry shadow of the League of Na-
formed to hrliig nhout pir
nt p'i"'o ' 1110 wo" " "a
crn l) rolil"d of territory to
lilt another and both aro our Al
ii will not lo long noioro japaii
gut only "' moro territory anu
nr In AHi i. iuh amu niiviiiui iv
i Hid I ii 1 1 Hiatus to rrnut tho
:i wlilrh she haa Insisted upon
have been denied. In other worn
bellttvn that Chl'ia haa uocn
S lipid by the hrrg.itn and litis
iirr has Ixx'ii left more Insecure
i r ao far na permanent peace
lie Pacific ocean la concornod.
hy, I Ikh moiiibora of CoiiKresa
thould Itullii'i nffalra bo Inter-
til with ao a to prevent Italy
ln( tlio Klunio district which la
three per cent Itnllan on th.
mid tnul iniN in puruij a iri
tl rnib, and then a part of China
ikeu awav from hor to give It to
i? which hua no Intvrost In It
it than aggrandisement? If ag
Hipiiiciit la : creed to In aomo
anew, why not In all? If the
iur of further territory by em-
Hl'MMONH
IN TUB CIUCl'IT COURT OF TMK
BTATK OK OHKIION KOH TMK
COUNTY OK COLUMBIA.
Jeanctte It. Uoardy, Plaintiff,
va.
Irvine W. Iteardy, Dofondnul.
To Irtrlno W. Huardy, I)fndant:
In the Name of the Btute of Oro
(on. You are hereby ro,ulrd to ap
pear and auawur tho complaint filed
aKnlnat you In the abovo entitled
ault on or before the 2 let day of
Jane, It II, aald dny belli- after the
expiration of alx weeka from tho
date of the flrat publication of thla
aummona, and If you full ao to ap
pear and anawrer aald complaint, for
want thereof plaintiff will apply to
the Court for the rollef prayed for
thoreln, to-wlt:
For a decree dlaaolvlnc the bonds
of matrimony exlatlnc between
plaintiff and defendant, and for audi
other r.nd further relief aa to tho
Court may aoem Juat and equitable.
Thla aummona la publlahnd hy
order of the Honorable J. A. Kukln.
kind kliiRa la rrrooa to, wny nov; Juoe or tno aboro entitled Court
bit It to ho ilo:io opor.ly rather
i under the thinly vollod pretext
mauduto from a Urntut of Na
i? If tiin Itnllan clnlma are
-d to after they have been re
I rnd thn Italian delegation haa
Peril In what waa to bo a vain
ni, are I hey more or leaa Juat
rqultahle thnn they woro before!
b likely Unit thla while queallon
rpprotloument of territory will
blicuaamt openly by tho Honate,
It Is poaalbln that tho dnia of
kj may ho dlanppolntcd.
NOTICK
IN THE COUNTY COUIIT OF TIIF
BTATM OF OKKOON FOR COl
UMUIA COUNTY. ''
In the Matter of the Entate of Carle
ton Lewla, I)cnad.
Notice la hereby nlyn that the
County Court of Columbia County
,.. i ran i mi an ordor author
IiIiik the und..ralKnd admlnUtratru
of the eatate of Curleton I-ewla d"
coaaed to aoll th8 f0llwlnK deacrlb.
.u ...u. iiruueny or aald eatate to imv
clulma axalnat aald eatate and the
expenaea of administration, to-wlt
Tracia . , Zt .d 27, Moun
tain Vluw In the Ilonjamln U. Ktov
ena, I). L. c. Columbia County
Oregon, exrnptliiK therefrom about
one acre of aald tract 24, containing
62 acroa more or less.
Thnt from and after flaturdi-.y tin,
7th day of June. ll, I wm pro.
ceiid to aoll at prlvuto aula aald real
property for the purpoaea named
upon the following torma, to wn-'
For not Ion. than $0000 00 ciihIi and
the balance of thn purchaan price oil
or before one ( 1 ) year after dute oi
aale with Intereat thereon ot the
rate of alx () per cent per annum
from dato of aiile.
EMZAI1KTII 8. I-EWI3
Atlmlnlatratrlx of the Eatnto of
Cnrhiton Iwla, Deceuaed.
l'oatofflce AddreHB: co M ll
Moacham, Attomoy, 80 Chrmber
of Commorco, I'ortlund, Oregon.
2 1-26-fjt
which order waa mnile and entered
on the 6th day of May, 1119, ana
the time prearrlbed for publication
of aummona herein la alx weeka, be
ginning with the 9th day or May,
1919, and ending with the 20th da
of June, 1919.
JAMES W. MOTT.
Attorney for 1'lulntlff.
Scandlnnvlan-Amnrlcnn Hank llulld
Ing, Aatorla, Oregon.
Mlat Wauta Ada fcr Heaulta.
11.1 NK HTATOMENT
her No. 11200 Iteaerve District No. 12
Keport of the Condition of
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
t. HdliMii, in the State of Oregon, at the clone of bualneaa on May 12,
Itraourrea
i. Loam and discounts. Including redlacounta
(mreut those shown In h ntul e lf,4 nr.7 B.1
Oterdrufta, stcurod, $ none; unaecured, $72.96
i. . imiiiiIn (ntiier than Liberty Honda, but In
cluding V. H. certificates of Indebtedness) :
I. I'. 8. bonds deuuslted In annira rirrulnllnn
(Pr value) JK 00 000
Ulierir Ixmi. IU.ikU:
a Ub.rty Lohn Honda. 3V4. 4. and 4K per
"ni. unpleilgcd 3.8D0 00
BhoiU, sei iirlilra, etc. (other than U. 8.):
I Hcnils (other than U. 8. bonds) pledged to
secure uoHlnl savlnii ilnnoulia . 9 K0A 00
8ecuriilis other than If. 8. bonds (not In
cluding atocka) owned unpledged 6,319.01
Total 1)011 il h . Hirnrll li.a i mi,
Stock of Federal Iteservn Hank (Ml nnr cunt
Of IllliHcrlDtliin)
a Value of luinUin.
cumhereil t 4,169 41
Equity In bnnklng houao
Furniture) nnd fixtures
fw'u' reserve with Federal Iteaerve Haak..
n in vuiilt rnd not amounts duo from
national bunks
Uocka on other banks In the samo city or
town aa reporting bank (othor than
Itom 17) . . .
ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. MAY 16, 1919
rVOTICK OF HIIEItlFF'8 HAI.E I
IN TIIK rtt,nm . K I
HTAtV U . . , ulJllT OF THE
"miha koh col-
Mrs. Fred Adums, I'lalntlff
Val '
I nnrpp m
LODGES
Sarah Z. Wulglo, Dofeudant.
ti..n"!,"r' ".nd br T,rtue of n cu-
"ntltled ault on
the 9th day of April, 1919, In Dur
suance of JudBnia1't
r0 r, .0,,ul". rendered ana entered
d.ro"rt on 23rd day of
April, 1919, In a mortgage tort
MrH.Url B",l1wl"'roln the plaintiff,
iwrs Fred Adams, .rocovored Judg
ment against the defendr.nt, Br.rah
.. 1 Kl' for tlie um ot $500.00
with Intoroat thoreon at 8 per cent
per annum from Juno 20, 1914 to
the entry of decree horeln, for $60
Kttorney'a fees nnd for $16.20 costs,
and commanding n ,. m.v.
of the following doscrlbod real pro-i
portjr, In Columbia County, Oregon,
-. fois numnnred Six, Seven,
and Nine, all n Hlock numbereo
Hlxtoen In tho City of St. Helens.
Oregon, according to the official plat
thereof of record In the office of
the County Clork of said County.
Now, Therfore, Notlco Is Hereby
Given. That on Monday the 2nd day
of Juno, 1919. at 11 o'clock In the
forenoon of said dnj-, at tho front
door of tho Courthouse, In St Hel
ens, Columbia County, Oregon, I
will, In obedience to said oxecutlon
decree and order of sale, sell at
public auction (subject to redemp
tion), to the highest bidder for cash,
all tho right, title and Interest which
the above named defendant has, or
had on the 20th day of June, 1912,
tho date of said mortgrge In and to
said real property to aatlafy aald
execution, Judgment, Interest, attor
ney's fees, costs and accruing costs.
Dated April 30, 1919.
E. C. STANWOOT),
Sheriff of Columbia County, Oregon
First pub., May 2, 1919.
I-ant pub., May 30, 1919.
PROFESSIONAL rAQnc
The Loyal Order of Moose, St. Hel
ena Lodge No. 1238. Meets the first
and third Tuesdays of each month.
All visitors cordially Invited.
B. E. COOPEK, Dictator.
W. W. BLAKESLEY, Bee.
tAAAAAAAAA
E. A. ROSS
! uneral Uireclor Enibalmer
Buslnesa Phone 23 Kes. Phone 96-U
Masonic JJldg., St. Helens, Ore.
ERWIN J. ROWE
Attorney at Law
Rainier - - Oregon.
(With E. H. Joseph Real Estate Co.)
DR. C. E. WADE
Physician and Hurgi-on
Phane 99
Juckle JJldg. St. Heloas, Ore.
8t.
S. B. HOSKIN
Dentist
Office In Bank Building
Helens Oregon
DR. L. GILBERT ROSS
Physician and Burgeon
Office In Bank Bldg. St. Helena
DR. ALFRED . PEEL
Physician aad Hurgeon
Bank Building
St. Helens Oregon
DR. S. H. RUSSELL
Chiropractor
MltS. ItlHHKI.L, Ladica' Masseune
Moorfleld Cabinet 8team Baths
Hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. in.
Phone 126-J St. Helens, Oregon
GLEN R. METSKER
Attorney
Office In Bauk Building
Phono 17 8t. Helena, Or.
T. S. WHITE
I'mlerUker and Funeral Director
County Coroner
Phone 64
St.
Residence phone 113-2
Helens, Oregon
$&4,057.93
72.96
25,000 00
3.860.00
16,819.01
850.00
4. 19.41
3, 11. 49
4,896.66
8,264.30
B. T"1111 of Items 14, 16. 1. 17 and 18
KMemption fund with U. 8. Treaauror and
one from U. 8. Troaauror
miereat earned, but not collected appoYixl-
,..?m Noto, d Dllla llocolv.iblo not
P't duo
.-.8'l!'l",!,, Cortlflcntos nnd Thrift Stam
-mu; uy owned .
utner shsoIh, If any
"Ipllons duo us
8,436.68
P
-4th Liberty Loan Sub-
181.28
1,260.00
1,172.67
166.40
7G0.90
Total
Lltthilitl.'i
vatlU ntnL r.u
ii. j, . iiu in
J .v',u,vl"ed profit 2,409.13
current expenses, Interest nnd tajcea
It, ' 1,300.10
ail.,.1""1 ,,cunt collected or crodltod. In
ProximMo) ""l,ultJ, Bnd not earnod (ap-
Ssi.!,,,,5 0,,o, ' oui.ta'nding' ':. .:::::::::
''' Ix'Hltt (other than bank dHmlt)
N l.tnSo,dH),,.rVe d0P0B,U PHyabl
Toia,!l,a?,,0,l "U'bj0Ct 10 Cl,0ck
h . ,,""md dopoalta (othor than bank
ncpoHltn) suhlnel In l,..nrao l.,.,u A
39, 40 and 41 '. .'
$123,618.01
25,000. Oi
1,109.03
302. IS
25,000.00
60,292.40
Tim,
66,292.40
d'M.HtH aubjwt to ltraeVvV '(prYa'blo
.iter 30 dnv nr kinn on
cWlfcalnollcr' P8' savings):
borrowml" dopo,,lt (ot:,cr t,,on ,or ,"ono',
Pl 8av'(?H UanoVlU 7.7.7.. . '. !
Ii'' ." doposlta aiibject to Hoaorve
UblE"..1?' 43- " nd 46 3.35G.73
Vlciiir. i IM,ln lh0H0 above atated
iory ,o;iii laiinnn ....i i.,.r,.u.
( C7 "'vl tVVI UVU IIIVVI VD
2.779.63
667.20
2,567.67
Tfti .. i
of(w ..
I, u. a 'i in ' ot Columbia, ss:
$123,618.01
above-nnmod bank, do solemnly swonr
t thn . .".I. V,'IK1H, CnShloi
0 a,toraont la true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
H. A. CHILDS, Cashier.
CORRECT AtteBt:
CHARLES GRAHAM,
8HERMAN M. MILES,
J. W. DAY,
Directors.
kT wor to before mo " &l&ym.
"""'""'or. explrei March 29, l2o!
NOTICE OK KIIKKIhK H HAI.E
IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 8TATE
OK OHKdON KOIl THE COUNTY
OK COLUMBIA.
Mutlhla J. Ross, Plaintiff,
vs.
George II. Lemont and Alma V. Le
mont. Defendants.
Land by virtue of nn execution and
order or sale Issued out ot the Cir
cuit Court of the Slate of Oregon,
fur -Columbia County, on the 13th
day of May, 1919, in pursuance of a
Judgment, order and decree of fore
closure, nindo nnd entered In said
Court on the 24th day of April, A. D.
1919, In a suit to foreclose two cer
tain mortgages, wherein Matilda i.
Rons was plaintiff, and aa such plain
tiff, recovered Judgment and a de
cree of foreclosure against 'the de
fendants, George H. Lemont and
Alma V. I-eniont, for the sum of
Thirteen Thousand Twenty-eight and
84-100 Dollars, to bop.r interest from
that date at the rate of nine per cem
per annum, and for the further sum
of Six Hundred Dollars attorney's
foes, and the aum of Ten and 80-100
Dollars costs, and decreeing that
the premises hereinafter described
be sold for the satisfaction of said
Judgment, and that said defendants
and all persona claiming under then,
subsequent to the 6th day of March,
1914, be forever barred of all claim
or Intereat In the said premises, and
requiring me to make sale of all
those lands and premises In Columbia
County, State of Oregon, known aa
the Francis A. Lemont and Emma M.
Lemont Donation Land Claim, to-wlt:
Notification No. 4454 nnd Claim No.
3.1, being parts of Sections 4 and 5,
In Township 4 North, Range 1 West,
and Claim No. 43, being parts of Sev
0 dlUKU.wor Ui tt put) Et 'zs BUO
North, Range 1 West of Willamette
Meridian, and bounded and describ
ed ns follows: Beginning at a point
19 chnlns and 80 links South and 17
chains and 76 links west of the
Northwest corner of said Section 33
in Township 5 North, Range 1 West
of Willamette Meridian, and running
thence South 63 chnlns; thence East
38 chains and 40 links; thence North
71 degreea 30 minutes Enst 84
chains and 60 links; thence North 9
chains; thence North 9 degrees 3U
minutes West 10 chains r.nd 90 links;
thence North 22 degrees 30 minutes
Went 6 chains and 80 links; thence
North 36 degrees 45 minutes West
20 chnlns and 30 links; thence South
58 degrees 38 minutes West 18
chains and 20 links; thence South 80
degrees West 6 chains and 10 links;
thence West 79 chr.lns to the plaee
of beginning, containing 640.30 acres
of land: Excepting therefrom that
portion of said Donation Land Claim
lying on the Easterly side of thw
Spokane, Portland & Seattle (former
ly Northern Pacific) Railroad Com
pany'! right of w.-.y; also a 17 acre
tract, conveyed to Gus Hegole nnd
Irene Hegelo, by dood recorded In
Boolt 8, Page 329, of Columblo Coun
ty. Oregon, Deed Records: also a
acre tract convoyed to W. B. Dll
lard, by deed recordod In Book 3,
Page 667, of aald doed records; also
n 4 nere tract convoyed to Columbia
County by doed recorded In Book 23,
Page 876, of said deed records; also
a strip for County Road, conveyed
to Columbia county ny aeeci, oaieu
April 10th, 1913, and recorded in
Book 16, Page 659 of said deed rec
ords; alHO a strip for right of way
for Columbia Highway, Bold to Col
umbia County by deed rocorded In
Book 27, Page 92 of said Deed Rec
ords. . .
I will, therefore, on Saturday, the
14th day of June, A. D., 1619, at the
hour of 11:00 In the forenoon of
said day, nt the front door of the
Court bouse, of the County of Col
umbia, in tho City of St. Helens, Ore
gon, sell at public auction to. the
highest bidder for cash In awful
monoy of the Unltod States of Amori
ca. subject to redemption, all the
light, title and luterost the Bald de
fendants, or either of them, has or
had at the dote of the execution of
the mortgago, on March 6th. 1914,
In or to the real property above
described to satisfy said exocution
and order of salo. -
Dated at St. Helens, Oregon, this
tho 14111 U.iy of May. A. D.. 1919.
E C. STANWOOD,
S::rr:H cf ColamVa Cnunty. Oregon.
P!rat ruUic-.i:c U:y 16, 1919
L:st publication, Juno 13, 1919.
GEO. H. SHINN
Attorney at I .aw
St. Helens, Oregon
Hank Rldg.
J. W. DAY
Attorney at Law
St. Helens, Ore
FRED W. HERMAN
Attorney at Law
tulnler, Oregon
Mlzpah Chapter O. E. S. meet! In
Masonic Hall the second and fourth
Saturdays of each month.
Mrs. ELIZABETH 1SBI3TER, W.M.
JOHN PHILIP, Secy.
Tllllcum Tribe No. 62, Improved
O. R. M., of Yankton Ore., meeta at
Its wigwam, second and fourth Sat
urdays of each month.
V. . O. BRANNON. C. of It.
E. L. HYDE, Sachem.
St. Helena Rebekah Lodge, No.
217, maeta second and fourth Thurs
day of each month In I. O. O. F. hall.
VUiUng members always welcome.
MINNIE DOLESHAL, N. O.
ELLA A. ALLEN, Secretary.
St. Helens Camp No. 10,999, Mod
ern Woodman of America, meets the
first Wednesday of each month in
the I. O. O. P. hall.
H. A. COLT, V. C.
H. E. LA BARE, Clerk.
Bt. Helena Lodge
No 117. I. O. O. P.
meeta In the I O.
O. F. building, on
the second and fourth Saturdays ot
each month, visiting members are al
ways given a hearty welcome.
IRA 8AURER, N. C.
C. W. BLAKESLEY, Secretary.
Avon Lodge No. 62 Knights of
Pythias meets every Tuesday even
ing In Castle Hall, St. Helena. Vis
iting Knights always welcome
ROBERT DIXON, C. C.
EDISON I. BALLAGH, K. of R. and
8.. and M. ot F.
A
St. Helens Lodge No. 82,
A. F A A. M. meets 1st
and 3rd Thursday in each
month. VlsKing brothers cordially
A. J. PEEL, W. M.
E. E. QUICK, Secretary.
Notary Public Conveyancing
J. B. GODFREY
Farms Houses !
City Ixits $50, $00, $7S and up;
Homo TradesCome In and eee me
Office with Columbia County Ab
stract Company
JOHN L. STORLA
Attorney at I -aw
Hewitt Building Telephct e 7 6-J
St. Helens, Oregon.
C. W. ROBISON
Attornry-at-Ijiw
Suite 306 Spexarth Bldg
Phone 497 Astoria, Oregon
All Buses Cull at Hotel
Courteous Treatment
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Chicken Dinner, 50 cents
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