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ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. JUNE 6. 1919
1 Issued Every Friday by IHJE MIST PUBLISHING COMPANY 0. D. HBILBORN. . .VlM President tad Manaser. I. C. MORTON t. ..... m . . . Editor the log rolling and the people re pudiated their actions. The people ot Columbia county, however, stamp ed their approval on the meritorious measures. CB8CRIFT10X BATES One Year 11.50 Biz Months ....... 75 January 10th, 1(11, at the Postofflce mi tn. neiens, ureion, unaer tne act f March 3rd, H7t. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPBR MIMStl) ST. HILINI CNAMain OF COMMtRCI COMMUNITY SPIRIT Any successful business organiza tion Impresses upon its employes that In nrHfH tn m,lrA a. aiiiiaaa nt the business and in order that the employes may share In the prosperity ot the concern, it is necessary that there must be concerted action. All must work together to accomplish the same result, and that result Is the success of the enterprise. This holds true In the case of a city, town or community. There must be t. com munity spirit. The residents of the community must realize thr.t any thing which benefits the entire com munity benefits each rnd every in dividucl in the community. Until recently St. Helens was lacking In the commucity spirit, but the Mist is glad to note a decided Improvement and Deueves tnat tne Chamber of Com merce through its 150 enorgetic and onthulcstic members is responsible for this charge of feeling. It is to be noped that this organization which is working so hard for the develop ment Of, the COlintV. will ha BllftfWlaa- ful, and with its success comes the development ana prosperity of the entire community. GREAT OITIAXJK FOK LIMBER Every western state is interested In the better outlook for the lumber Industry. Farmers are pushing building be cause the same amount ot produce will buy twice as much lurabor as It would in 1914. A 250-pound heg would buy 5250 shingles in 1914, and the same hog will buy 9000 shingles at present prices ot pork. In 1914 the money received Crom sr.le of 680 bushels of wheat would build a barn 28x38 feet. That many bushels of wheat to dav will build the, hatha horn a rhmi. sand bushel grain houso, an imple- A man will spend an hour arguing some Inane political question with a trleud and throw a fit when his wife asks him to explain the cartoon in the daily. In this famous, fertile, fruitful AAiint.v ,uy Klmluil rt .! mtlf thill year where there was but one the year ociore. Half of the time wo do not mean what we say and the other half W9 do not know what we say. NOTICE SCHOOL OF A V X I'A L .Ml-.f. I j Notice Is Hereby Given to the legal voters of School District No. 2, of Columbia County, State of Oregon, that the Annual School Meeting of said District will ue neui at tne iity aauu uuouci (miu iiuuau, u iuipie- nan; lo negin ci mo nour oi :uv man, .hail a 1 . 1. ...... .. J I. . . . a . "" p y.'u.nj uuusb, ;uiu iua p. m. on me imra mommy or June f i rni o f con Knv I.1 ,-., 1 .I..n. .i,t. i i .a... i t A t r farmer can buy a Ford roadster with me Daiance. VETOED NEWSPAPER LIBEL LAW GOT. ShoUD of rolnradn. whn In democratic as an eld shoe, seems to oo a iriena or tne newspapers. He Vetoed & dmatta llhol liw nut rivai by the legislature In an antl-free-press crusaae. it is a remarkable fact that me socialistic and souviet-inplinm. reformers want to cripple a free press. It is Kratlfvinar to knnw tlmt one western governor Is not afraid of me power or the press. OVR BUSINESS OUTLOOK Business conditions in St. Helens are good. The business men are optimistic and why shouldn't they be. A new mill is being built and will give employment to 50 or 60 men. One of the mills is running overtime and adding $5,000 per month to their pay roll. Another mill Is running double time and add ing another $5,000 or more to the pay roll. Many men are employed on road work. A large steamer will be built and not less than 100 men will have steady employment for 10 months or a year on this one Job. St. Helena has no room for the pessimist. THE ELECTION' From the election returns It Is evident that the voters In Columbia county did not c.re to boud them selves for another eight or ten mil lion dollars. The Mist decs not blame them. Ono of the big measures was defeated, the Recons'ruction Bonding Amendment. There was some good things In this, but the leg islature inserted many items which were not good. In fact, tho measure was like the omnibus bills that con gress used to pass in order that every one might have a look in at th pork barrel." The legislature did Down in Cott.iee f! uu ciij councumen suggested to the residents of the town that they turn ,OUt emasse and rlnnn n n tha ftltv park. The citizens did it. The St. Helens City Park needs lilra nrnrlr fThe matter is respectfully called to i the attention of Mayor Saxon and the councilmen. It is a good idea to clean up and develop Columbia Beach. Nature has dono her part in making the spot beautiful. Now let man do his part In making it accessible. It vlll be a great asset to the city to have Col umbia Beach within reach for the residents of this commuitv Ithe strangers w.io come to our city. being the 16th day of June, A. D. 1919. CJ This meeting Is called for the pur pose of electing ono Director and one Clerk and the transaction of business usual at such meeting. Dated this 2nd dny ot June. 1919. II. E. LnllARE. Chairman Board of Directors. Attest: MRS. F. A. GEORGE, District Clerk. 25-26-21 Best luck and unbounded success to those young men and women who tonieht eradiintp. f mm th. ct high school and enter upon the real it'iuuiems oi me. You might as well begin to get ready for the Glorious Fourth and make your plans to spend that day in St. Helens, for it is going to be a celebration worth while. The happiness of a man's married life depends to a large extent upon what kind of a wife he gets and to a much greater extent upon what kind of a husband his wife gets. If we could all have the things we wish for, there would still be about the same amount of Inequality tha there is now. More good stock coming to Col umbia county means more prosperity for Columbia county. There is always room for one more In the St. Helens Cham her nt r-im. merce. It's a Pleasure to Drive an Auto that Runs Right WE KNOW HOW TO REPAIR AND ADJUST ALL MAKES OF CARS QUICK SERVICE GUARANTEED WORK ST. HELENS GARAGE Phone 57 H. M. TERRY . St. Helens, Ore. I SUMMONS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR COL UMBIA COUNTY. William A. Schuetz, Plaintiff, vs. Anna E. Schuotz, Defendant. To Anna E. Schuetz, the aboro named defendant: In tha Name ot tha State of Oro gon, You are hereby required to ap De&r and nnnwAr ttiA mmnlnlnt fllaH against you In the above entitled suit on or before the 21st day of June, 1919, said data being more than six weeks from the data of tho first pub lication of this summons, and If you fall tn fin nnnenr and anaoar a.M complaint, for want thereof plaintiff will annlv to the Court fnr tha rallnr prayed for tn the complaint, to-wlt: inai inn TnnrriiiffA rnnirnrr ami bonds of mfttrlmnnv hmrmlntnT anit now existing neiween piamtirr and defendant be dissolved, cancelled and held for naught, and that tha plain tiff have such other and further re lief as to the court may seem Jusi and equitable. This summons is served upon you by publication thereof In the St. Helens Mist for six consecutive weeks, the date of the first publica tion being May 9th, 1919, and the date ot the last publication being June 20th, 1919, In pursuance of tho order of the Honorable J. A. Eakin, Judge of the above entitled Court, and which order is dated May I, 1919. CLINTON A. AMBROSE, Attorney for Plaintiff. 313 H Washington Street, Portland, Oregon. SUMMONS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR THE COUNTY OF COLUMBIA. Reuben O. Brewer, riulntlff, , vs. I Llltle B. Brewer, Defondnnt. I To Llllte B. Brewer, defendant above named: In the Name of tha Slate of Ore gon, you are hereby required to ap pear and answer tha complaint filed against you In tha above entitled suit on or before June 21, 1919, and , if you fall to so appear and auswet said complaint for want thereof, plaintiff will apply to said court foi the relief prayed for In said com plaint, to-wlt: For a decroa dlmolv tng the ootids of matrimony now ei-; Istlng between said plaintiff and de fendant absolutely divorcing pluln- tlff from dtifonduut, and for inch other and further relief cs to tha Court may seoiu moat and equttuble. This summons Is sorved on you by publication thereof, pursuant ts an, order of tha Honorable J. A. Knklii. Judge of the abovo entitled Court, made and sntored on the Ath duy ot May, 1919, directing that such pub-, llratlon be made In the HI. Helens Mist, a new "paper of gnuvrnl circula tion published In St. Helens In sum County and State, once a week fin six consecutive weeks; the first pub lication thoroof being tho 9tli clay of May, 1919, and the last publication thereof being the 20th day ot Juno, 1919. i O. J. CATZMYEH. Attorney for the Plaintiff., 401 Dekuiu Building, I'urtluud, Ore gon. I GINGHAMS A NICE LINE OF Just lterclvod Plain colors and fancy tt terns. Just tha right material for di!L. blouses aud aprons. ' Embroideries, Laces Ribbons Wo havo a beautiful and welt selected Una AIno soma fancy Housodrossos priced at only IJ.iW. u ,l A nice lino ot PKUCAIJCH liavo just arrived MRS. A. BASEEL IIOULTON. OREQON Cash and Prestige V can increase your supply of both by opening and building up a substantial account here at the Columbia County Bank. Nothing so encourages a man to save as a safe and systematic means such as we afford. Take your choice Checking, Savings or Time De posit Account-but do it NOW not "sometime." SHERMAN M. MILES President KW, :::::::::: fi oic .: ii. cLEIS IN C SUMMONS IN THE CIRCUIT COUR.T OF THE STATE OF OIIEBON FOR THE COUNTY OF COLUMBIA. Jeanette R. Iteardy, Plaintiff, vs. Irvine W. Reardy, Defendant. To Irvine W. Reardy, Defendant: In the Name of the State ot Ore gon, You are hereby required to ap pear and answer the complaint filed against you In the above entitled suit on or before the 21st day of June, 1919, said day being after the expiration of six weeks from the date of the first publication of this summons, ana u you rail so to ap pear and answer said complaint, for want thereof nialntlff will anni t.. the Court for the relief prayed for Liim-mn, io-wu : For a decree dissolving the bonds of matrlmonv eTlatlnv plaintiff and defendant, and for such oiner ana runner relief as to the Court may seem Just and equitable. This summons In mihiuhaH k order of the Honorable J. A. Eakln. Judge of the abovo entitled Court, which order was nutria mil nt&Ai on the 6th day of May, 1919, and the time prescribed for publication of summons herein Is six weeks, be ginning with the 9th day of May 1919, and ending with the 20th da of June, 1919. JAMES W. MOTT, Attorney for Plaintiff. Scandinavian-American Bank Build ing, Astoria, Oregon. SUMMONS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON, FOR COL- Jennie Bell, Plaintiff, vs. 'Dolph Bell, Defendant. To Dolph Bell, the above named de fendant. In the Name of tho State of Ore gon, You are heroby requed to ap pear or make nnswsr tn th - Plaint filed aaraln ontitled suit, on or before Monday it... un, ui juiy, said date being more than air wncira - . after the data nf tha firat i.ii...,. - " iiuMiiuaiiuil of this summons, and If you fall to so uppear Bna answer, ror want thereof the Plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief nraveri fnr n h. . m-vm au IIUI SJUIJ1 plaint, to-wlt: For a decree of di vorce forever dissolving the bonds of matrlmonv nnw nri hnintn.. lng between the Plaintiff, Jennie Bell and Defendant, Dolph Bell, and for auch other and further relief as to ...a i-uuri may seem equitable In the premises. This Htimmnna la .nmj .. , 7,7 . " " . . 1 1 uyun you by publication In pursuance to an order of the Honorable James A Eakin. Judze nf tha aiutu .ni i Court, duly made and entered on thw Ji . A. V raay' l"18' wn,ch order directs that summons be published In me Ht. Helens Miat o :: printed, published and having a gen- w.i.u.aiiuu in uiumnia County Oregon, once pnrh vut . . - o i a suc cessive and consecutive weeks The date of the first publication thereof belna-Mav a iota ..j .L" SUi?-T PMletIoA thereot CHARLES E. LOCKWOOD Atfnrnov fn nt.i..!.. Postofflce i address, 220 Oregon Hotei XOTK'E IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR COL UMBIA COUNTY. In the Matter cf the Estate of Carle ton Lewis, Doroasod. Notice Is lioroliy given that the County Court of Columbia County, Oregon, has granted an ordor author izing the undorslgnud aclmlnlstrntrtx ot the estate of t'nrlcton Lewis, de ceased, to sell the following describ ed real proporty of said estate to pay claims against said estate and tho expenses of administration, to-wlt: Tracts 24, 26, 38 and 27, Moun tain View In the Benjamin D. Stev ens, P. L. C. In Columbia County, Oregon, excepting tli ore from about, one acre of said tract 24, containing 62 acres more or loss. 1 That from and after Saturday th 7th day of June, 1919, I will pro ceed to sell at private sale said real property for the purposes named, upon the following terms, to-wlt: For not less than $5000.00 cash and the balance of the purchssn price on or before one (1) yostr after date oi sale with Interest thereon at the rate of six (8) per cont per annum from date of sale. ELIZABETH 8. LEWIS. Administratrix ot the Estate of Carleton Lewis, Deceased. Postofflce Address: c'o M. B. Meacham, Attorney, 809 Chamber of Commerco, Portland, Orogon. 21-26-6t FOR SALE Best chicken ranch In Columbia County. Fine build! tuke crro of 2600 chic kens: spring water and well with ' pump to tank. Water plpod to houso ant other bunii""" All of nine acres under cultivation; family orchard u from Columbia Highway. A good buy. ' m" Also 20 acres with 17 acres In cultivation, adjolnim h with full set of bulldliiKS and orchard and spring water r' bo had at a bargain. 1 '4 miles from Scappooso i:n,,,i', dam road to Highway. ' u ttM- lLiva several houses for sale on easy monthly pnym.., Why puy Rent. t"ymenu- Ili:i OKK YOU BUY OK IIUHX WKK L. R. RUTHERFORD PHONES-Office, 123; Residence B-38 Stationery De Luxe Hen Wo have tho finest Una of m. llonery to suit all femlnln Uh clos. Ladles take groat pin ure In having an aniortnetii extraordinary quality paper H hand for tholr corrvupondwei We have taken pains In kerpiti our stock up to tha hltM standard of quality at prices tt satisfy. A. J. DEMING, DRUGGIST ST. HELENS. OREGON The Clothing and Furnishings Bathing Suits fit m Wffl y if I. Suits Made to Measure hv "ART, SCIIAFFNErTmaRX Men's New Spring Weight Underwear Standard Qualities Moderately Priced $1.50 A SUIT B. V- D. UNION SUIT $1.50 A SUIT SEALPAX UNION SUIT $1.50 A SUIT SPRINTEX JERSEY RIBBED UNION SUIT $2.00 A SUIT EXTRA FINE JERSEY RIBBED UNION SUIT The Working man's Standard "DICK FOR DUDS" ",u8'i .vikiauu, uregon.