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.E CCrt'NTV (WIRT 'OF TI.K '-iYrH OK OHKil"i run 1MB, TT., ..tf MULTNOMAH. ,.f ihn Estate of Jamoa 'lW(WWllH. l0C0aSed. riiili M liowr.nlock. tiocutrlx I. tu. . .m nnil testament of " A. Uowanlock. deoeasod. P h. rive Dollco mat, unuor ami Lpebjr '" , iil.0,,.0 cf Haue.1 out of the ame entitled I . in U f P" i. -ml fill inrntl br said court "!"". ... t m-v. ibio. i -hi. 7" ,;'' f -" .t iIik front door tf the LIS ,Vrhua . at Ht. Il-lena. i.imb!A I Oiii"7i w..-n..t ,fter doBcrllcl real property, to- .. . a ... I.. If itiUria l ....llulil n IlIIUMIia.il imwu'ai iti l, oui ihku ' titan lit iw"mi.ik w ... t Wp. Willamette Morldlan. 1 ...., i.f u o of the shore Vrlbed r.-al properly shall be the renialnluK three-fourths on con dition of sale and delivery of H EDITH M. OOWENI-Ul'K, Lutrlx of Hie last will a-id leeta- TNral, Attorney for Executrix, hi ChamlNir of t'ominerce. I'orl- Und, Oregon. 24-18-61 81'MMONM I THE fllUTIT COUKT OK THE STATE Or OHKUON KOK COL IHU1A COUNTY. hfred Uwlson and Mattle Lewlaon, lUlnWf Tl iuiI Tlmoueu and Una Tlmonen, lKlrDdanti. Anciiit Tlmonen and I.Ina Tluiuu- n, Deft-ndiuits It I lie Name of the Btate of Ore o, You are hereby required to ap ir ind answer tlie complaint of iinllffi flU' J aiculnit you In Witt Df entitled aull within all week fto tna lin nay oi May, me of the firm publication of this bmoni, or by the II at day of June, ;l, ind If you full so to appear i imwcr, fur want thereof the iintlffi will apply to the court for t relief prayed for In their corn eal hrlu, to-wlt: Kor a judement ilgit fur the aunt of Eight hundred litre, with Intrreat thereon at tho ! of I per rrnt ior annum from illth day of November, 1917, un- pald; for the mm of Heven and -100 Dollar! taxna paid, with In m thereon at the rate of 6 pel iiperinnum from the 2nd day ot Ml, lilt, for the turn of One :ini DolUri, nttorney'a fee, to- k.r with plnliitlff'a coat a and dl nementi; thut the mortgage exe H by you on the Ittti day oi Ttmbcr, 1(17, upon the B of iN. W. of Hm-tlon 2, Townahlp North, IUiko 4 Went of the Wll tftn tlnrldinn In Columbia Coun- Oreion, be forncloaed, and that d real proporty be lold In the man rprovliled by luw, to eatiefy aald aiof monry; nnd that you and all noni claliiilng timlnr you, aubae ot to plalntlffM mortgaae be foro- Kd nd lrr.-tl of all right, claim equity of redemption In the aald kmliM, and evory part thereof, and men other and further relief aa the court may auum inoet and NUble. Thli itimmona la irrved upon you I publtcnllon. by order of the Hon. krllB White, County Judge of the lty of Columbia, State cf Ore- Bade and rnterod on the 2no Tot May. 119. dlrectlna aurh IMIcatlon In the Ht. Hulena Mlat Merch weik (or alx couaecutlve Neof first publication, May th. tijieof laat publication, June 10th, if. W. A. IIAURI3, Attorney for IMnlnttrrv Nwl Attorney of the StMe of rnon, roatofflca addreea. Bt. "elena, Oregon. lwtor Away Kroin Home U'lutn AfA Itftltn Vrif tlliah llaan. Ned tO find th:t lllMif ffaamllw hhV. PftaBway from lio.ue win-!. tliy r oeP nu ncjrvlcHai. I)Iho(hb, F DaiD In Dm ati,,t...u -..j i.. .....i. I., " "vihbi.ii nil u uuwum, dlnrrliooft require prompt i, unci (mvo m many in MflCti nrilVnn I . a I . WW be t)rnr...tn,l - -i pmoned. Tin, rlKht way la to keep ioIk anil li i .. . . - "'irnoo.i iiomeay. wo duT . " lir,'8,fibe a hotter wM for theao dUniiHea. Uy hav I II III 1 1, a i . . f -... Mm muuho you eacapo much 11- ,.,u,,,!rlK nnd all rtuk. Muy i may Bavo life. NdTlr'n i tan a.-- . ,NBIaIJCOUNTr (;()UtT OK TUB BTATB OK OltKdON FOR T K COUNTY OK COLUMBIA " ' II the Matter of the Katate of John Dolan, Oecer.aed. 1. I , itnr.T..wa "vrou '" mat tho un ' the w... of and that Mondry. June 23. li ftt ten o'clock. A. M.. In the Court too" of aald Court In tho t:ourthouH at Ht olona, Oregon, l.a. been fixed by the ourt na the time nnd place for hear! ind am,U,,t' ut time and place all peraona may appoar and lfl l"d a"d fl"1 publlH,,ed. Mar 23, I.aat publication, June 20 191 9 WILLIAM UAMPSON,' Orlfflth, Ulter t Allen EX',CUlr Attorneys for Executor. Ht'MMONH IN THE CHICUIT COUHT OK THE II. W. Nlcholaa, I)ofj:idant To K W Nlcholaa. the above named dofendrnt: In the Name of the State of Ore ton: You are-horeby rotjulred to ap pear and anawer the, complaint filed acalnat you In the above entitled court and rauie on or before the 2 let day of June. 1919, aald day being after the expiration of alx wooka from the date of tho flrat publication of thla eummoni; and If you fall to appear, for want thereof, the plain tiff a will apply to the Court for the rellof demanded In their comulalnt to-wlt: 1. That they have Judgment agulnat you In tho aum of $700 In Oold Coin of the Unltod Btatea, with Intrron theroon In like gold coin from the 26th doy of May, 1917. at tho rate of 8 per cent per annum, lena the aum of $32.f6; for the further urn of 13(0.32 with Interest there on at the rate of 10 per cent per an num from the bth day of Snptomboi. 1918; for the further aura of $160 altorney'a foea; and for their coata and dlnburanmonta of thla suit. 2. That the mortgage doacrlbed In plnlntirfa' complaint be forccloaed, and the real property doacrlbed In aald mortgage and the whole there of, to-wlt: "Lote One (1), Throo (3), Koui (4). Nineteen (19), Twenty (20), Twenty-one (21), nnd Twenty-two (22). Ulock One Hundred Korty-flve Three (J), Four (4), Nineteen (19) iwomy izu). Twenty-one (21), "wentr-two (221. In Illurk fit,. Hundred Thirl v.elpM M18- 1.1. Beven (7), Eight (8), Nine (9). Ten (10), Thirteen (13), Fourteen (14), Fifteen (16). Sixteen (16), Seven ien (17). Eighteen (18). Nineteen (11), Twenty (2i, and Twenty-onu (21), lu II lock One Hundred and alx (106)! I nil Rotoii II I'liKl fa. IPmirtiutn IIA L-i ft nnn M E 1 mA Hllleen Mt In lllnrk Dnn ll.'.n.lrarf and Thirteen (113), according to the ouiy recorded map nnd plrt theroor An fltn In ilia nrrifn ut it, a rvilni w...- v.. nig VWHHl Clerk for aald County and State." oa aoiu ny tno aiiortrr or t olumhla County, Oregon, In the manner pro vided by liw for the aiilo of real property upon elocution, and that from the proceed a of aald Bale there be mid: Flint: Tho coata and expenses of aald aalo. Second: The coata and exnenaea of thla suit. Third: The principal sum of $700, wlfh IntArnMt Iknrann at Ilia r.la r I 8 per ceut per annum from May 26, in i, iprs i lie sum or j;.tio; ini further aum ot $360.32, with Interest thereon at the rate of 10 per cent per annum from September 6. 1918, and the furlhor sum ot $160 nttor ney'a feoa. Fourth: That the ovorplus, If any there be, be paid to the dufendant aa hla rlghta In tho promises may appoar. Firth: That the piainttrrs be por- IlllfclVJU (J UIU ill .V1U iai iiiuiitiij upen the sale thereof, and Hint If the proceeds of said sale be Insufficient to satisfy plaintiffs' judgment, that iney oo given a aoiicitincy juiiKiuaiit for the amount ot such deficiency, if uny. Thla ainnninna la nuhllshed b order of the Hon. Murtln Wliltn, Judge ot the County Court or the Btate of Oregon for Columbia Coun ty, which order wrs made and en tered on the 6th dny of May. 1919. and the time prescribed for tho pub lication thereof Is six weeks begin nlng with the Issue of the 9th dny of May, 1919, and ending with the lasue of the 20th dry of June, 1919. GLEN It. METSKKU. Attornoy for Plaintiffs. Place of realdonco and I'ostofflce address, St. llolons, Oregon. ftrreiultaMlst Want Ada. ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. TUNE 13, 1910 HI'MMOVU INBTATCn-CVIlJCOURT 0V B llMma OREQON FOH COL UMBIA COUNTY William A. BchueU. Plaintiff, vs. ' Anna E. Schuotx, Defendant. named defendant: In th. Name ot tha Stat, of Ore gon. You are hereby rauulred to ap- ?r!r.nd ,n.,wer 1,18 ""'Plaint filed agalnat you In the above entitled ault ill'. . d.V b9ln more " " weeks from tha date of the first pub i .! .on of thl unimons. and If you lL .."? !ppe" n'1 "wer said complaint, for want thereof plaintiff will apply to the Court for the rel'ef pry.8d. f?,r ln complaint, to-wlt: inat the marriage contract and bonda of matrimony heretofore and now existing between plaintiff and defendant be dlssolvod. cancelled and held for naught, and that the plain tiff have auch other and further re- and equitable. Thla summons Is served upon you by publication thereof In the Bt Helena Mlat for six consecutive weeks, tha riuia i.t n,. i. tlon being May 9th, 1919. and the ui mo last publication being June 20th. 1 ft l it in n..r..,.... order of the Honorable J. A. Eakln rfuuge or tlie above entitled Court, nd which order la dated May k 1919. CLINTON A. AMDHOBE. ,.. t. A"orler for Plaintiff. aiJ'i Washington Street, Portland, Oregon. Small Cost Quick Roaulta Mist Want Ada. See here," tays the Good Judg I want to remind you about that small chew , of this good tobacco. , Jt tastes better because t's good tobacco. Its quality saves you part of 1 your tobacco money. Jt goes further and lasts longer. THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW ( Put ufi in two ttyUi HT CUT is a short-cut tobacco W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco NOTICE OF HHEUIKF'H BALE IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE BTATE OF OUEOON FOIt THE COUNTY OF COLUMBIA. Matilda J. Iloss, Plaintiff, vs. George H. Lemont and Alma V. Le- mont, Defendants, and by virtue of an execution and ordur of aale Issued out of the Cir cuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Columbia County, on the 13th day of May, 1919, In puraunnce of a Judgment, order and decree of fore closure, made and entered ln aald Court on the 24th day of April, A. D. 1919, In a ault to foreclose two cer tain mortgages, wherein Matilda J. Hoss wus plaintiff, and as such plain tiff, recovered Judgment and a de cree of foreclosure against the de fendants, George II. Lemont and Alma V. 1-emont. for the sum of Thirteen Thousand Twenty-eight and s4-iuu Dollars, to benr Interest from that date at the rate of nine per ceni per annum, and for the further aum ot Six Hundred Dollnra attorney's fees, and flo sum ot Ton and 80-100 Dollars costs, hind decreeing that the premises hereinafter described be sold for the satisfaction ot said Judgment, and that said defendants and all persona claiming under them subsequent to the 6th day of March, 1914, be forever barred of all claim or Interest In the said premises, and requiring me to make sale ot all those lands and premises In Columbia County, State of Oregon, known as the Francis A. Lemont and Emma M. Lemont Donation Land Claim, to-wit: Notification No. 4464 nnd Claim No. 38, being parts of Sections 4 and 6, In Township 4 North, Itange 1 West, and Claim No. 43, being parts of Sec tions 32. 33 and 34 In Township B North, itange 1 West of Willamette Meridian, and bounded and describ ed as follows: lleglnnicg at a point 19 chains and 80 links South and 17 chains and 76 links west of the Northwest corner of said Section 33, In Township 6 North, ltunge 1 West of Willamette Meridian, and running thence South 63 chains; thence Last 38 chains and 40 links; thence North 71 degrees 30 minutes EuBt 84 chains and 60 links; thence North 9 chains; thence North 9 degrees 3U minutes West 10 chains nnd 90 links; thence North 22 degrees 30 minutes West 6 chains and 80 links; thence North 36 degrees 4 6 minutes West 20 chains and 30 links; thence South 68 degrees 38 minutes West 18 chains and 20 links; thence South 80 degrees West 6 chains and 10 links; thenre West 79 chr.lns to the place of beginning, containing 640.30 acres of land: Excepting tliererrom tnat portion of said Donation Land Claim lying on the Easterly side of th Spokane, Portland & Seattle (former ly Northern Pacific) Railroad Com pany right or w.'.y; also a u acre tract, conveyed to Gus Hegele and Irena llogele, by deed recorded In Book 8. Page 329, of Columblo Coun ty, Oregon, Deed Records; also a 6 ncre tract convoyed to W. H. Dll lard, by deed recorded In Hook 3, Page 667. of said deed records; also a 4 ncre tract conveyed to Columbia County by deed recorded In Hook 23, Page 875, of said deed records; alBO a Btrlp for County Road, conveyed to Columbia County by deed, dated April 10th. 1913, nnd recorded In u.mlc l. Paae 569 of said deed rec ords; also a strip for right of way for Columbia Highway, sola to 101 iimhla County by deed recorded ln Hook 27, Page 92 ot said Deed Rec I will, therefore, on Saturday, the 14th day of June. A. I).. 1919. at the hour of 11:00 ln the forenoon of ..i.i ut Die front door of the ..... i,n'u. of the County of Col umbln. In tho City of St. Helens, Ore " .' .r nubile auction to the r,..i'....,. hi,i,iep for cash in lawful money ot the United States of Ameri ca, subject to redemption, all the ileht title and Interest the said de fendants, or cither of thorn, has or h'ad'at the date of the execution of ihn mortgage, on March 6th, lsn. 16r to The 'real property above described to satisfy said execution and order of sale. Dated at S i. . a n 1919 o 14th day of May, A. D., 1919. E C. STANWUUU, Sheriff of Columbia County. Oregon. First publication May lb. 1919. Last publication. June 13, 1919. NOTICE OK AIVMTAI, uiuiutt MEETING I Notice la Hnreliv C.lvon in i....i I voters of School District No. 2, of Columbia County, State of Oregon,1 that the Annual School Meeting of said District will be held at the City Hall; to begin tt tho hour of 8:00 v- m. on me inira Monday of June,1 belnu.the leth day of June, A. DJ 1919. j This meeting Is call'id for the pur-' DOHe of elnntlrtp ira lilpnni. . .. .1 ! - - " n auu uue Clerk and the transaction of business! usuai ai such meeting. 1 Duted thla 2nd day of June, 1919.1 II. E. LaBARE, CliAlrmnn Ttnatwt . 111. . .. v. 1 Attest: ' MRS. F. A. GEORGE, District Clerk. 25-26-2t NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S BALE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE DiAiii ur OREGON FOIt COL UMBIA COUNTY. V. II. Ceffey, Plaintiff, va Sarah Z, Welgle, Defendant. Under and br viriua nt on tlon Issued out of the above court, in me above entitled ault on the 14th dav of Mar. 1810 In of a Judgment, decree and order of sale, rendered and entered In said court on the 24tb day of April, 1919, In a mortgage foreclosure suit wherein the plaintiff, V. H. Coffey, recovered Judgment against the de fendant. Sarah Z. Welrln tnr iha sum of $1100.00, with Interest inereon at m per cent per annum from March 12, 1915, for $100.00 altorney'a fee, the further sum of i ii taxes on me mortgaged premises. With leeal Inlnraut frnm May 12, 1917, and for $16.60 costs, 1 am commannen in mnirA aa a nf the following described real proper ty. In Columbia County, Oregon, to wlt: Lots numbered Eight, Fifteen, Sixteen and Seventeen In Block num bered Sixteen, In the City of St. Hel ens, Oregon, according to the offi cial plat thereof ln the office ot the county clerk of said county. wow, mererore, notice Is hereby given, that on Saturday the 14th day of June at 11:30 o'clock In the fore noon of said day, at the front door of the courthouse, In Bt. Helens, Columbia County. Oregon, I will, ln obedience to Bald execution, decree and order of sale, sell at public auction (subject to redemption), to the highest bidder for p.iali nil tho right, title and interest which the above named defendant has, or had on the 4th day of March, 1912, the date of said mnrtff.lffn. In anH in anIH real property to aatlsfy said execu tion, Judgment, Interest, taxes, at torney s lees, costs and accruing costs. 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