hit cniTiiT nv tiik
Til'1"- MiiMMflM IN AND vnn
Id V Kuren, l'lniotlff,
Am Karen, Dc'endnnt.
J n VnKuron. Defend wti
Ihi Nrmu of tl B'nta of Ore-
vail 1110 li"t"'i - .
.nd i'"r t,ie cuniplult:t filed
i rott In tho abovo ontHM ault
1,1 ' ".!, frmn end atee tha
Inf lilt .....
nainuly, on T before tlie
L "npovr In said time, ror
. . h.rftln and plaintiff will
f, to the Cturt for the roller
V ". 1 ... I.... ....... ..I,.lt
- -I I......I nl l.n nf lllA MMM
' ' " . ....I of ...!.. I. HI.
. from J"" l,nJ ,or ucn O,,,or
Iiirrinr m , -
I, lumnoni l served upon you
,bllctlun In tha 81. Melons Mint,
L,f,papor puuiisiiea ana or
lj circuiitiiuii viuiiiifiu
c nresun. once each week for
LtttMl" "d consecutive weeks
Lot lo n order of Honorable
flllDi JutlK" OI " eu-
rnurt. niniin ana tmicrea on
bllh day of M-jr. 11S.
i ol tirm iiiiinicaiiuu ui suiu-
i o( l.int publication of ium
June 27th, 1919.
JOHN A. JKKKEnr.
t,y for I'lHlntlff, Hallway Kx
ne Hulldlni'. i'ortland, Ore-
nuuco i hereby given
County 8u-,rl.,to..dm.t o? Co' ,
County, orKon. will hold .ho r -ii-''B,r
xilllon of applic-nls tor
iT. c "ck. " d con.
ST. HELFM5 MTCT t?rtrAi
Mairiuuni, JUKE 13, 1919
li iV I, a B,.llur',y. Juno
11. Hi 4 00 n'r
Tr?h.?I!i"01?: U,,ttd"'. Munual
I rallllllK. ('f)nilw.ulll,... r.. - 7
Hdenoi,, Motho-U ,n ne;.,KVJ,C
Arliiunlc "raw'. tho,U In
Arithmetic. Illmory of Kducatlon
l-Wholoir. Method. I oCrVphy
MucllMIllCH Initli,. I.
Couree of Htudy 1'
Cruiiiiir. f:,.Vn. ,.
pliy, Ammlcun I.lt.iratur'o. i'i.i
TVliltwr tin. Kt.-.l .
ll.i. for rrlnmry fortlfltve '
rrimiy I on-lliMrli
Theory and ITucilce. OnlioKrauhy
I . I'l.vul,.,.! i ' "
i . """uro, i numiHtry, J-iiy-Ical
Gn.trnl HlHtory, llookkpcplng.
Very truly your,
J. W. AI.I.EN,
thnrn. Iia,l tin n.. .
. i n nuv nr 1.1....1
'!. the dute of the ni7.n. " ' HIMMOXH
H8ld riu.o, , or jQ c1 o3;,""1; STATE OV OREGON FOit t!6L
crlhed real proprty, or anT DaaLUM,JIA COUNTV.
7r '.! """r W xecuum. .. Walntlff,
d accrued cWs ;aVd 72 Cauldor "uth. Defendant,
made muIiIlm . . :. ,ula ""To Cauiar .,ih .1 ,
... . 1 c"ipiion ai uer j ; nuuiea
I'utcU till. n,n day of June, 1919
Sl,,u . . . K C- 8TANWOOD.
Sheriff of Columbia County, Oregon
"are, McAlear & l'eter.. uregon
Attorneya for I'lalntiff.
In the Name of tho State of Ore
gon, You are hereby required to ap
pear or make answer to the com
iplulnt filed against you In the above
(milled suit on or before the 19th
day of July, 1919, laid date bolng
.... muu six weens rrom and after
the date of tho first publication of
An excellent coloring medium for
gravies is strong cold tea. Many peo
ple prefer this to the usual burned
sugar and water, as the tea colors
without giving the sweet tatite which
Is to mi-.ny people so objectionable.
Paint may be removed from win
dows with hot vinegar. This latter
will In the same way soften paint
brushes which have become hardened.
For results Mist Want Ads.
IN THE CmritPP ,v,M .1 or 11,0 . .Publication of
STATE OK t i wini A " 'uraD'on"' aaa " J " W to
UMHIA cntivrv 7.rr..r.,u"? n,.w.er' ror wan' thereof.
I'l HI.KWTIOX ttl- Kt M.MOVH
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, IN AND
FOR COLUMltIA COUNTY
Stolla II. I'rlce, i'lalntiff,
Waller F. I'rl H..f.,n,tui
To Walter F. I'rlce, the a novo named
In the Name of the State of Oro
gon. You are hereby notlrlud end re
aulred to unnnur an. I uu.n- . i.
- i iur
iomplaliu mud aKitlnat you In the
novo enuiieu court and cause with
in six weeks from the 13th day of
June, 1919, date of tho first publica
tion of t ti ! miituiwtitu .... i.w i... i-i
the 2&th day of July. 1919, and If you
fall to appear and answi-r the plain
tiff's coiiintuliii t.lulmirr win
to the almve entitled court for the
rmnr prayen ror in lier complaint, to
wlt: For a decree divorcing, her from
you, and forever dissolving tho mar
ital bonds heretofore and now exist
ing between the plaintiff and defend-1
kfth.r relief and romedy a'.: ro """'"K "or fr"" oli
kaMttnd equitable. , f -tlJ under and by virtue of tho
lommont In served upon youii '" " '" -a inai piaintui
nation 1n the St. Helens Mist ""d' otht,f "'' 'urthor relief as
'wr Duhll.h.Hl and of nn ! ,0 courl mJr "'t and pro-i
. ... .. - i Der.
I IE flRCUIT COURT OF THE
TK OK OREGON IN AND FOIS
M'MUIA COl'M Y.
I Omit rw.fiinrtiint. X
U'u 1. Scott, licfund.uit:
Lna httralif rnniilrMil In n.
kad iniwer the compltlnt filed
I jou in win iiur cniuimi sun
-i -h. -..... - .. . A . .
V the flrtt publication of this ',1, Jf,'k,1 ,.ron' day ol
Ui. Btmely on or before the J.Un ' d"'9 of 11,0 flrl Publlcn
iij of July. 1919, and If you
ippesr wllhln said time, for
hereof you will be adjudged
nil borulu and plaintiff will
.9 mv luuri tur mo reuei
lor In his complaint herein,
i Judcment and decree din.
thi mirrl.iire pnnlrarl ItArntn.
:i flow ntlHltnr lintwAtin nlnlit-
neienuant ami ror such other,
'million In Columbia County,
i.onrsMrli w..k fnr ! ,J . ' "u ummon Is served upon you
I And Consecutive weeks, nur- by pu ,"cu."," thereof, pursuant to
loin order of Honorable J. A fn,n .or,ifr1 ,U"U',1 Honorublo
Judie of the above eniltlml ! J: .A. ". Judge of the above en-
i UIliHi Ofilirf llln.ln nitl -. .1 a
-w v i "ii'iiB hiiu i-tii luri'u uii die
7th day of June, 1919, directing such
publication to be made in the 8t. Hel
ens Mist, a newspuper of general cir
culation In snld county and state,
published at 8t. Helens, Oregon, once
a week for alx succenslve weeks, the
first publication to be made on the
13th (lay or June, 1919.
MATII1HON & ROIUNSON.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Bulto 305-306 Bpexurfh Illdg., As
First pub. 13th day of June, 1919
Last pub. 26th day of July, 1919.
Hose E. Watts, l'lal-iti;?,
Edgar 8. Hover n n.-
l.elr. of Calvin I." To,. deoe'
and also all other persons or parties
unknown, claiming nny right, title,
estate, lien or Interost In tho r.sal
estate described In tlm ,.,t. .
To Edgar 8. Royer, end tho unknown
heirs of Calvin I. Rryer, deceased
and also ail other m-rsors or par
ties unkuown, clalml iR any rltcht
title, estate, lien or Interest ln the
roul estate described In the corn
plaint herein, Defendants:
In the name of the State of Ore
gon: YOU tt lAr..l.u . 1 , .
- iu,juirt3i loi'"1- I
nppear and answer the complalLtil19-
....... .r,.,. iinl JUU ,n uie anove en
titled suit, on or before tho 1st day
of August 1919, that being tho last
day of the six weeks prescribed In
the order of the court for the publi
cation of this summons, and If you
fall to BO aDnenr nnrf anau...-
complaint the plaintiff will apply to
...o tuun aoove namod for the relief
demanded in suid complaint, to wit:
For an adjudication that you hnve
no Interest In the following descrlbeo
real estate In Columbia County, Ore
gon, to-wit: The North East 14 0f
oociion 32, Township i North
Range 2 West of the Willumette
Meridian, and for .1 H
I'lalntlff's title therein and thereta.
the ulalnllff win mniv n ,i .
- ------ ..... ..a.K v mo wun
(for the relief prayed foMn her com-!
wwii; ior a aecreo dissolv
ing the bonds of matrimony existing'
between plaintiff and defendant!
This summons Is served upon you
by publication by order of Hon.!
James A. Eakln, Judge of the above'
?5vi court on th0 4th day of June, I
1919, which ordor directs that sum-
mons be published In the St. Helens'
'Mist, a weikly newspaper published 1
and of general circulation ln said'
Columbia County, once a week for1
six consecutive weeks; and the date'
or first publication thereof Is the 6th '
dry of June, 1919 and tho date of
nam uuDiicauon thereof, July ig
J. N. PEATirY. I
E. J. MEN DEN HALL,
t . ... Attorneys for Plulntlff.
Postofflce address, 928 Chamber of
Commerce, Portland, Oregon. I
SLIP ON SWEATERS
RIGHT UP-TO-DATE JUST THE THING
FOR SUMMER. ALL COLORS AND
STYLES. SEE THEM AT
Successor to M. Rosenthal St. Helens, Oregon
IN THE CIRCUIT COUltT OF THE
8TATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF COLUMHIA.
Reuben O. Brewer, Plaintiff,
Llllle Tl TtrnwAi. rin.....4.....
North ofiTo L""8 B- Bl-ewer, defendant above
inn J named:
In the Name nF Mm Qiain t n-A
gon, you are hereby required to ap
tiuiiiinis imo inerein and theretu "ereoy requirea to ap-
der of the Hon. J. A. Eakln, Judge' pear "nd ""' the complaint filed
of the above entitled rlUrt, made and ,e,,nst vou ' the above entitled
entered June 11, 1911, which pre- f, on or befor June 21, 1919, and
scribes that service of summon be ,VU ,0. appear and answet
niaae upon you by publication once
a week for six consecutivo wei ks
which time wll begin to run from
the date of , the first nillillrntlnn
vlx. June 13, 1919. The last pub
lication will be August 1, 1919.
J. W. Day, Atorney for Plulntiff
Residence and Dost office mill rena
8t. Helens. Oregon.
aide ind entered on tlm 2n,l
June, It 19.
Ol first buhllrutlnn nt mm..
Jug a, 1919. .
01 IMMl Dllhllr-uf 1,11 tl
Jill 18, 11119.
JOHN A. JEFFEUY,
t for IMutn 1 iff
BullditiK. Portland, Oregon.
EClllCL'IT Ciit'liT niK pul
Ft OK OltKiidV i-iiti if
f H. flstiln. Plaintiff, "
H Ssbln, Defendant.
U. Bsbln. Defendant;
Nims of the State of Ore-
r nercoy required to ap
,"'.""!.r "''iplalnt filed
V.i .. uu'" enuuea suit
nl ht ?7lh t of June,
Said coniulalnt for cini ihnr
plaintiff will apply lo sold court foi
the relief prayed for In said com
plaint, lo-wlt: For a decree dissolv
ing the bonds of matrimony now ex
isting between said plaintiff and de
fendant absolutely divorcing pluln
tiff from defendant, and for such
other and further relief as lo the
Court may seem meet and eiiiilnhle.
This summons Is served on. you by
publication thereof, pursuant to an
order Of Ilia Ilnnnrnliln I 1 l.-vi..
Judge of the abovo entitled Court!
iiibiis mm entered 011 me bin day or
May, 1919, directing that such pub
lication bo made In the fit. Holcns
Mist, a newspapor of general circula
tion published in St. Helens In saio
Potato KiTt (iather
The first Internnrlnnnl nninin .ur
ease conference ever held will mont
In New York, June 24. Oregon will
be represented by II. P. Ilarss. plant
pathologist of the college experi
ment Station. Ileslilea I lie ,.tl,.
state. Enelund. llnllnnrf 1t1.rm.1H1
and Canada will be represented by If. P Bi 0. '" 8t' He,6"
some of the world's nwJ !, r, t County and. State, once n week fo,
to specialists. The potato dnterlora-1 Si.? " " B, "e--" ' Pub
i!on diseases and the effect of plant-i w?vllToVe'ef. ''.I'"". U,. 9".',U!,.0,
Ing seed from various latitude. L the jist publication
remedial measures will receive par-! T?ot ,,e,"g 11,9 20t" dajr of J,,H0-
Ocular attention. O. J. GATZMVI5R,
To broil steak see tlvif ih flr Allornoy for the Plaintiff,
bright and Xr. p'u.'VhV".?. ?on" Dek"m ,,,",,""B- Or0'
the gridiron, turn often rnd allow j . .
time according to the thickness of, cman ,.,, n.iii. nuu. mi..
the steak; dust with salt and pepper ; unTirt. Q Itesults Mist
and you will be amply repaid
with more eggs and sturdier
chicks and stock. Give your
birds our feed regularly and
you'll escape halt the usual
poultry keeper's troubles be
sides making bigger profits
. from your poultry yard. Give
our feed a trial for a while and
watch the birds pick up and
' tho egg crop grow. .
Store in K. of P. Bldg Warehouse, Sheldon Dock
rTHE BANE of old age is constipation. The bow- I
m cis Decome weaK and unable to perform their
functions without aid. For this purpose only
the mildest and gentlest laxative should be used.
The use of harsh cathartics aggravates the trouble
and makes the constipation worse. Chamberlain's
Tablets are a favorite with people of middle age
and older on account of their gentle action.
NOTICE OF HHKltlKKH HA I. Is
Notice Is Hereby Olveu, That by
virtue of an exocutlon, Judgment,
order, dorrnn ml nr.l.p ..r . .1., !.....
out of and under the sun I of tho Clr-
cuii ioun or the State of Oregon for
Columbia County to me directed and
delivered, dated JDue 11th, 1919.1
n.ii.n I .. .1 a. ... n .. . ., .. . .
i . . - u7 ui June, "i""" juiiHiiii-iii ruiinerea ana en i
LI?1i,.,he la,,t ria' ot the tered in said court on the lllh day !
iJfiM in the order of the June. 1919, in favor of Minnie
n. m a ?.u!,lleatlon of this - VVa-ron Harncs, i'lalntiff, and against 1
1 yuu flUl ,0 t0 P-I 8'lve,er lvl and J. T. Adams, for1
L.I'.r' ,.h Plaintiff will the sum of 700 00, with Interesii
li. r. " ..'"u" 10 ! entered1 "reon irom the Znd day of Auirust.
Iniui 7 court Bbo,,e medt 1,18 al the rate of 7 per cent pe
annum, ana I no rurther
k ibj' Ul l minor child,
KikVii " PunilMhed by
K i'llonorshio J, A. Eafcl
n.'.Urc.u't Court of -the
Z V"T llml Mr"
leoZ"1 nce a week
III,,:,"9 wek, which
f 0 run from th hi.
"in nnhii .. .
$160.00, attorney's fees, and for the
unu uiHuurnuiiients nercin taxed
at 129.00, and the costs of and upon
said writ, and commanding me to
make sale of the following described
real proporty situated In Columbia
County, Oregon, lo-wlt:
Tho South half of the Northwest
quarter of the Northeast quarter ot
flection 18, Township i North of
Range 4 West of the Willamette
Meridian, in Columbia County, Ore
ern, containing 20 acres of land, more
or less; I will on Mondny, the 14U,
day of July, 1919, at the hour of 10
o'clock A. M , of said day at the
front door of the Court llouso In St.
Helens. Columbia County, Oregon,
fell at public auction to tho highest
bidder for cash In hand, all ot the
light, title and Interest which tho
within, named Dofundunts, Sylvester
Davie and J. T. Adams, or either of
. ,u rontain Specialties with the Famous
MT. HOOn ICR rptfAM
JS ANGELES CHOCOLATE SHOP CHOCOLATES
I (111 Itedw
"ELEN ARDELL CHOCOLATES
All Hiibcs Cull at Hotel
V STOP AT
THUS. INUISTKH, Prop.
Ilrti's $1.25 per (lay and up
Chit ken Dinner, no cents
HM' lul lUtes to Itcgiilur Hoarders
Men's and Women's Suits
Cleaning and Pressing, $1.75
HlMHigliig and Pressing, $1.00
We make your clothes look
better and last longer.
At Knlifhton's Hhoe Shop
ON TIIK STKASD
PIMM "Us" y MTrtHl fruit ft!
ltt Veft lUnkwllo WUa
Vm It m r aM UpH
It h itdMt url shn Iwiy I
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