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D i.iic1.t..(l-Iron Dyko mill run MliAt'ooa II.-r short of "lUfn'riE-forlMct lot for $600,- FiE'ranch of 897.46 acre 10U I, .urn of '.60- rivndlfii.il $00,000 liospltr.1 to I1 l.i.rn l.v full r.".!;,.ili FjIIh Hovoral brick " V... tii n built here. P ...uciid Surveyors at work L ha Kami .McCarty mine. F.. ....... . i.'irat liulldlnK for now Kolll'""' , " : ,i factory about completid. pilot Hoik- 125.000 pound wool , , ,iov f.a e mu per pound. 111 . ... ..I... - iw.ur arhnnl hllll.lln. H Hers " " " ' : . m completed ly November. i I'.iffiill ffrnnln.l fm peniHU""1 - - --- 10 000 Htructtiro; now under way. Albmy ' promised cannery; blK payroll for clijr and coun- ti, Dulles Tum-a-I.u:n Lumber tto rriH'i Dflivv iwi iiruviuru . Sorgnuiu nioo"1 un ! county. PMdliton-Oregon, Washington ,j Idaho to havo greatest grain L on record. ... !(MHlSlori IllNKl minim, U)iiilHKU .. - ton Ami I tt'..ut ir. Wl'l I"' v,vvv g ii u.i- n JKivi'loMiiiMlt Co. 0r.i:it 1'.ihm Stretch of const ,d, two hiiiI four-tenths uill la ;i'h to bo Improved at coat of 2.500. itorla Contract for oloctrlc wlr- L in J extension of mala ware- (ma let to J. A. McEachorn Co., Aitorln l or:ir:ici ior improro L( of five street. Involving ex- Mlluroof JlZli.osiMo awarded by Ir council. Mood Htver-contract 10 no lot . .4 ... H - . -I. ' I'D Or paviiiit ui i"v no mtutuii tolul'll'il nmiiwaj umwa noro id Cmculi Ixickn. urfipm i i ' i uii w ;r I'ompuny to expend 1160,000 Lmtdlitely upon construction of Mlnul pulp mill at llila point. SUrihfleld - New buildings to be Lcted during romlrg sumi.ior lu lu JtO.ooo armory, modern club I mi for II. I". (. K., a fireproof nil and neverc.! reinforced con- li ind brick bulldlnc. Vjf the hlml ......... in ; .7:.v"""" r " 'f shlrta mow com. i j ...T.:..f"r r1 6. but .. W.J nil htl.llf I Not llllu.v - .iai hidur . i,t wou cn ...n. .. . 7...r"..v""'" ,,,oro "r-n that ii. .7 'i niUHt bo taxoil Ri:.....V r?.w mt. hy term ......... OI U,0 ;lW limuitilntl... iiancoiii Mlerio of new mr.n. br,. . r'I" "': elan' "ii.. 1.7 'iimncuii Sir from f 'aX"B' 1 Hll0,"'l aay, rrom 25 to 33 pr cont. 1 ghouM oparr.to tl.e b.,ort. from . t running oi t,, .ov r:: v . "ul ' wu, foro me Theao alioubl be met by laxutloi Ullroud. foKrullll MJ ,( ......, puuue lilKliwaya, ll,0 urK() army nectary for the cineritmicy and almllur expenaea I hIi0U,I rar.l U.... I ... "Ullio ny uonn lUOa 1 Will BMMUIIIO thn nnrmul ... iw . ","nl" ' Rovcrniuont 7 ."' "':'' war to be bo- nZi",w,n,1.,0.UO,000-OUO 8"'1 l-60--?000."- 'I"Pr,'Bt on 1110 Pu'-llc d"bt .Vi i . . . "UUI" "r,"K e tola , ....w.vvu.vuv niiuuuiiy. DNCRESS TO REDUCE TAXES ON LUXURIES hmMlmnn to Prevent Nwennltlee of JUfc llrlnn tliwwNl mi Otlierwlne ffuhlnxton- -One of the flrnt fuurNof rvri'iiun reform to be put ird by tlm Itopubllcan Congreaii 1 Ix t redurtloii of .the luxury tat (ililmn of tho rnveuue law enact- it the hut Hclon of the Demo- Itlc CoDKrrail. It U contvmM by loelalatora that :y of tbcMo provlalona Impoao an cectuary bunlcn upon the pur- rottho onllnary noceaaltlua of t md unduly iuld to the coat of D(. fur liiHtanco, It la pointed It that It In now difficult to buy a kjd r.nj Hulintaiil l:l pair of ahoei. ther fur nn'ii cr women, for leaa n 10. Yi t the law doclarea that y pair of uliooa which coata more Mthit la a luxury and la ao tnxerl. M derby hat of Rood quality of the mtt man, v.lilch formerly coat sowcoHta S. Hut tho revenue f define it :. luxury If moro than upsld. Tho a.-mo la true on all Wti coatliiK mure than $3. Dim NOTlrti TO fOXTK.TltH Ht. Helena, Oregon, May 17, 19 Healed bronoaala mt,i rnuH.t.l . . I. loun or toiumlila County Oregon, at Ht. llolena. Orron, and .urwMj i ropoaiu ror Doing tlt. rollowlnc Work In cl , , v vu i.- tT. to-wit: It. A. I.lllll'h II fill, I In Il...l I.,.. trli t No 7. Clitakanle Height .toad Road DlBtrlct No. 7. Kock Creek Itoad In Itoud Diatrlci No. 9, will be recolvod by a.iid County Court until 2 o'clock I. M.. Juno 7. im, and not thereafter, and at that time will bo publicly opened and read. All propoaala mum be mado upon Hank forma, to bo obatlned from the Hoadmaater, at hi office In Kt Helena, Oregon. Mum give prices proposed, both In writing and In figure, and mum be algned by the bidder, with hi rddreaa. Plan and specification of I.llllcli road and Clntakanle llKlght road are on fllo at tho realdence of A. K. Harvey at Clntakanle, Oregon, and of Itock Creek road at tho realdence of Judon Weed, Vernonln, Oregon, and aro on fllo and may bo examined In tho offico of the County Clerk. Kach bidder a hull deposit, with ills bid, a certified check for an amount of at loaat five (6) per cent of bis bid, pnyablo to the County Clerk, which ahull bo forfeited to tho Coun ty, In case the award 1 made to him, and he shall neglect, fail or refuse, for a period of five day after such award I made, to enter Into a con tract and fllo tho required bond. Tho right la reserved to reject any nnd all bid. MARTIN WH1TK. County Judgo A. K. HARVEY, Commissioner JL'USON WKKI), ConimlHsionoi J. V. Ill' NT. County Clerk ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1919 KCMMOX8 ?m Ji ,OK. ,lEON FOR COL t Mill A COUNTY. Maude Piatt, Plaintiff. V. William Plutt, Defendant. To William Piatt, the above nameo defendant: In the name nf th. a.... r Kn, You are hereby required to an pear or make answer m n, NOTICE TO C KI.DITOIEH IN THE COUNTY COURT OP THE STATE OP OREGON FOR THE COUNTY OF COLUMBIA. In the Matter of the Estate of John Henry Wager, Deceased. Notlcela hereby given that the uu denlgned ba been appointed ad ministratrix of the eatate of John Henry Wager, deceased, by tho County Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Columbia, and ha v.. iiiiib answer to the com- i.uif uagnnit, toa naa plaint filed against you In the above! qua"f,ed- A" Perna having claim entitled .nil nn i.... ... . against uM Mint. i,.,k. ..... he 7th day of July, 119, aaid date'. to Preent the aame, duly verl beliir ninrn limn at . . . I fled, a reoulrerf hr l.iw tn ih. after Hia .intA t i,a . .... .. dersfffned. .t hot r...t.inn. n Vo.u after the date of the first Dubllrntinn of this summon, nnd ir v.... rn o appear and answer, for want there- inn piaintirr will apply to the Court for the relief prayed for In her complaint, to-wit: For a decren of divorce forever dissolving the bond of matrimony now and hereto fore existing between the plaintiff, Maude Plutt. and defendant, William I lutt. and for .up), mil. .i ....... ,, . " wv...;i n.tu i u 1 1 II- or relief as to the Court may aeen. ow'iuuoie in me premises. This summon 1 aerved upon you by publication in pursuance to an order of the Honorable Jame a Kokln, Judge of tho abovo entitled Court, duly made and entered on the 16th (lev of Mnv. 101Q a. . direct that aummona be published mo di. neien Mlat. a nowsuauer printed. imMlulm.l ,n,i . eral clrcu atlon in c.ilnmi.in ..... Oregon, once onch week for six auc- .'Bnivu ami consecutlvo weeks. Tho dute of thn firui ..,.i.k.i... ...... piiuiiauiiu thereof being May 23, 1919, and the derslgned, at her residence at Yank ton, Oregon, within aix month from the date hereof. Date and first publication, the 9th day of May, 1919. HESTER WAGER, , Administratrix. I Yankton, Oregon. 21-25-61 ' CALL AT OUR STORE Call and inspect our stock. New Goods arriving every day too numerous to mention. Prices the lowest WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. M. RICEN Successor to M. Rosenthal St Helens, Oregon ST. HELENS HOTEL E. A. ROT G Ell, prop. SIMMONS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR COL UMBIA COUNTY. Mllfrod Lewlaon and Mattle Lewlson. Plaintiffs v. August Tlmonen and Lina Tlmonen, Defendant. To August Tlmonen and Llna Tlmon en. Defendants. In the Name of the State of Ore Ron, You are hereby required to ap pear and answer the complaint of plaintiff filed against you In the above entitled nit within .i. ....i,. i . - ....... u i a nccna I from the tth day of May. 1919, the FAMOUS COLONIAL Line of RANGES Made in Portland From $50.00 up Those ranges are thorough ly guaranteed, and have made good, as many satis fied user prove. Have one with 16x18 Inch oven, polished top, nlckle base, for $52.50 A Ilemity. Come and See It E. A. Ross THE HOUSEFURNISHER MASONIC BLDG. ST. HELENS 1 .mi. 7, ' j "Surest Tiling You Know,5' says the Good Judge It'sa cinch to get a real quality chew and save Part of your tobacco money at the same time. m A. cinvall chew of this good tobacco i Swes real lasting satisfaction. THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW HT CUT is a short-cut tobacco W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco date of the luat publlcat on thereof 1 hI" tr.."h..da7 of. MaJf- 191- the I V being July 4 1919 moreo d,te of the first publication of this' fc riiAii.LMP ln'mon..orbythe218td.yof June.i T CHARLES E. LOCKwnnn Allnrnnv tnr Maintiit Poalofflce addreas, Room 220, Ore- r"u noiei uiiig., rortiand, Ore gon. St MMONN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE MA1K OF OHEGON FOR COL UMIIIA COUNTY. Mrs. H. J. Anderson nod J.-hn w i. Cully. Plaintiffs, vs. R. W. Nicholas. I)(f-miluni To R. W. Nicholas, the above nnmari defendr.nl: In tho Name of tlm urn, ni r. gon: You are hereby required to ap- i"iir mm answer tne complaint filed HKulnHt you in thn h,.v onl if A court and cause o-i or bofore the 21st day of June. 1919. said day being tfter the expiration of six woekk rrom the date of the firm nni,iirnn of this summons; nnd if you fall to appear, for want thereof, tho plaln- 1111 win appiy to tne Court for the relief demanded In their complaint, to-wit: 1. That theV hava tmlrrmnnl agalnBt you in tho sum of $700, In Gold Coin of the United SlateB, with interest thereon In like gold coin from (ho 26th day of May, 1917, at the rate of 8 per ctmt per annum, less tho sum of $32,66; for the further sum of $350.32 with Interest there in nt tho rate of 10 per cent per an num from tho 6th day of Septernbei. 1918; for the further Bum of $160 attorney's fees; and for their costs and disbursements of this suit. 2. That the mortenen described In plaintiffs' complaint be foreclosed, and the real property described In sum mortgr.go and the who 0 there of, to-wit: 'Lots One (11. Three m Cnm (4). Nineteen (19). Twenty (201. Twenty-ono (21), nnd Twenty-two (22), lllock One Hundred Forty-five (14KI- Lota nun 111 Tun f. Three (3). Four (4), Nineteen (19)', twenty tzu, Twenty-one (21), Twenty-two (22). in lllock One Hundred Thirty-eight (138; Lots Seven (7). Eight (8), Nino (9), Ten (10), Thirteen (13), Fourteen (14), Fifteen (15). Sixteen (16), Seven teen 117). Flchleen (181 Nitiafom. (19), Twenty (20), and Twenty-ono (2D, in iiiock une liunurea and six (106); Lots Seven (7), Eight (8), Fourteen (14), Fifteen (15), and Sixteen (16), in lllock One Hundred rnd Thirteen (113), nccording to the duly recorded map nnd plat thereof on file In tho offico of the County Clerk for said County and Stale." be sold ny tho sneritr or Columbia County, Oregon, In the manner pro vided by law for tho sale of teal property upon execution, and that from I he proceeds of said sale there bo paid: First : Tho coals and expenses of .nl.l nnle Second: The costs and expenses of I this suit. I Third: The principal sum of $700, wlth Interest thereon nt the rate oi i 8 per cent per annum from May 2b, i 1917, lens the sum of $32.65; the ' further sum of $350.32. with Interest thoreon at the rate of 10 per cent per annum from September 5, 1918. nnd tho further nutu of $160 attor neys tees. Fourth: That the overplus, If any there be, bo paid to the defendant ak his rights in tho promises may ap pear. Fifth: runt the piaimurs oe per mitted to bid In said real propertj It flAtl thn a:iln thereof, nnd that If the proceeds of said sale be Insufficient . ... ... . I.. . ...- .I.... 10 SailSI piulIlllUH juill.iurui. mm they be given a deficiency judgment ior II1U niuuuill Ul sum uuuviuuij tin v This summons Is published order of tho Hon. Martin V ... i .I.a I'niinl fntirl ftf judge in mi' viii.i.. .... State of Oregon for Columbia Conn ly which oruei wri nuui" mm en tered on the 6th day of May, 1919, nnd the tinio prescribed for tho pub lication thereof is six weolis begin nlng with tho Ihsiio of the 9th day of Mnv, 1919, and ending with the issue of tho 20th dr.y of June. 1919. GLEN R. METSKER, Attorney for Plaintiffs. Pluco of residence and Postofflce address, St. Helens, Oregon. 119. and if you fall an to .n.. and answer, for want thereof the! plaintiffs will apply to the court for! the relief prayed for in their com plaint herein, to-wit: For a Judgment against for the sum of Eight hundred Dollars, with Interest thereon at the! rate of 6 per cent por annum from! the 19th day of November, 1917, un- iu pam; ior tne sum or Seven and 69-100 Dollar taxes paid, with In terest thereon at the rate of 6 pet cent per annum from the 2nd day ot April. 1919. for thn anm nf n hundred Dollars, attorney's fee, to- guiiier wuu piaintui a costs and dis bursements; that the mortgage exe cuted by you on the 19th day oi November, 1917, upon the SH of the N. W. of Section 2, Township 7 North, Range 4 West of the Wil lamette Meridian In l'nlnn.1,1. r-.. ty, Oregon, be foreclMsed, and that said real property be sold In the man ner provided by law, to satisfy said sum of money; and that you and alt person claiming undor you, subse quent to nlalntiffs nior'r.ira im fore closed and barred of all right, claim or equity of redemption In the said ' premises, and every part thereof, and for auch other and further relief as! to the court may seem meet nn.t ; equitable. This aummona la anrveH .mnn by publication, by order of the Hon. Martin White. Cminiv Ttwitra xt County of Columbia, State cf Ore gon, mane ana entered on the 2nd day of May, 1919, directing such Publication in tho St Helen. Ml.. once ep.ch week for six consecutive weeks. Date of first publication. May 9th, 1919. Date of last publication, June 20th, 1919. W. A. HARRIS, Attorney for Plaintiff.. Resident Attorney of the State of uregon, t'ostotnee address, St. Helens, Oregon. Amcrican and European Plan All Bus. CaU at Hotel Everything Modern Steam Heating Plant Hot and Cold Water In Rooms Small Cost Quick Results Mist Want Ads. fa Suppose you 'were a visitor F or a prospective buyer en tering your own house. What would be your first impression? A shabby entrance with a porch bad ly in need of paint? Then why not change it? B-H Porch Floor Paint is prepared especially for this purpose. Assures an unusually durable finish and helps preserve the porch and steps by saving the wear and tear of walk ing on them. Porch Floor Frank Wilkins Distributor for Bass-Hueter Paint Co.. San Frn,i it bj White, the NOTICE My wife, Zora L. McCallum, having left my bed and board, I will not be responsible for any debts Incurred by said Zora L. MoCnlluui, efter this d"naled at St. Helens. Oregon, this the 16th day of May. 1919. --"tl-6t N. J McCALLUM". , I IrUHi 1 k ti HI 11 III It 11 1 II 111 I II - 1 1 11 1 II CpyriiM mi by J. R.ynold Tob.cc Co. 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