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ST. Hirt.PMft MTST. FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1919
Issued Every Friday bjr T11K BUST rt'BUSHINQ COMPANY O. D. HEILBORN...-.VU President and Manager. 8. C. MORTON Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES Oaa Taw $1.50 Big Moatlia 75 Bntarad aa iecond-laM matter, January lOtb, ltll. at tba Poitofflca at Bt. Helena, Oregon, under tba act of March trd, lt7l. COCNTT OFFICIAL PAPER MIHIIH ST. MILIN CHAUBIR Of COMMMCC WELCOME Vlaltora to St. Helena, you are wel come. We are glad you are here to Join ui In thli most glorloua of all Fourtb of July celebrations. The keys ot the city are youri and we trust your atay in our little city will be pleasant. DATES TO BE REMEMBERED IN WORLD'S BIGGEST WAR August 2, 1914 War declared. April 6, 1917 America enters the war. NoTember 11, 1(18 Armistice Is signed. December 13, 1918 President Wilson arrives in France. January 18, 1919 Peace confer ence opens at Versailles. February 14, 1(19 League of na tions conrenant completed. May 1, 1919 German delegates reach Versailles. Hay 7, 1919 (Lusitanla Day) Terms presented to Germana. May 28, 1919 Germana reply to terms. June 2, 191r Terms presented to Austrlans. . June It, 1919 Revised treaty pre sented to Germana. . June 23, 1919 Germana agree to algn treaty. June 28, 1919 Peace treaty la signed by Germany and the allies. WHAT GERMANY AGREES TO DO Germany, by accepting uncondl tlonally the terms of the treaty drawn by the allied associated powers, has agreed: To the reduction of her territory in Europe from 208,825 square miles Ko 172,000 square miles. To tha reduction of the population under her jurisdiction from 66,000, 000 to 54.000,000. To the surrender ot 2.950,000 square miles ot colonial possessions. I To the restoration of Alsace-Lor- Iralne to France; parts ot Upper sn esla to Csecho-Slovakia and to Po land; Malmedy and adjoining terri tory to Belgium. To plebiscites In the Saar mining district, in unceded parts of Upper Silesia, In parts of East Prussia, In Schleswig. To the Internationalization of Daniig. To the Independence of Austria. To the renunciation ot all political and territorial rights outside Europe. To the reduction ot her rrmy from a peace basis of 2,000,000 men to 200.000. flOO.000, and by March, 1920. to 100,- 000 and to abolish conscription. To the reduction of her nary from the 41 battleships, 69 cruisers ot 1914, to six battleships and six cruisers. To dismantle all forts 60 kilo meters east of the Rhine. To stop trade in and nearly all production of war material. To allied occupation of parts of Germany for 16 years, or until repar ation Is made, To domollsh the fortifications of Helgoland and to cpen the Kiel canal to all vessels. To possess no military or naval air forces. To accept full responsibility for all damages caused to the r.llied govern ments and nationals. To reimburse all civilian damages, beginning with 15.000,000.000, the final total to be determined by the rilled repartition commission before May 1, 1921. To the trial of the kaiser and the surrender of those responsible for the war. SIMMONS IN TUB CIIKTIT COt'HT OF T11K STATE OK UHEUON KOH COL-, UM1UA COI N M. All Located In t meant trial In the Shawnee county court it w?s necersary for the jury to Know uie w.. "-"' i :" ,.t, I'lul-.tlf. all the members or a negro miuuy ... ot a certain time. So the witness w vs. kinwn theirs ofVnlv'ln'l. Uoyor. .locessetl. and Iho all other persons r im. . asked "Where was Mary!" "In de back yahd." "Where waa Jane?" "UpBtalrs in de front room." "Where was Ann?" 'She was on de front pohch." "And where was Elizabeth?" "She was In de pantry tukln a bath." Topeka Pink Rag. NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS To the owners of the real property) provement proposed In the tollowlu , gon: You are I... ol.y rou d h r ........ i .,,i : ... ami Answer llio coiiipinini resolution, nerewun iiiikhcii ..I........ M.. vli.li: llflH. unknown, cuiinmiK - estttto, lion or Interest In tho rou estate described M the roinpliilnl herein, Defendants. To Edgar S. Koyor, and the unknown heirs of Culvln I. Hayor, deceased. and also all othor manors or par ties unknown, claiming any right. title, estate. Hen or Interest In tns real estate described In the com plaint herein, uetcnusnis. In the name or tno s"" made a part of this notice: You are hereby notified that pur suant to said resolution and tho provisions of the Charter of the City of St. Helena, Oregon, that-you may and you are hereby requested to make and file with the Recorder ot said City of St. Helens, within twenty daye from the date of the first pub lication of this notice and resolution, ,nnl,r nn.l answer tbo rumplul filed against you In tho above en titled suit, on or before tho 1st. day of AiiKUst 1919, that being tho last day of the six weeks proscribed In the order of tho court for the publi cation of this summons, and If you fail to so appear and answer the complaint the plaintiff will apply to the court above named for tho relief demunded in snld complaint, to wit: For an adjudication that you nave ABigStockof Paints In order to accommodate many of our cm. tomcrs, wc now carry a large stock of Paints and Oils. Now is the time to paint up and clean up. A Large Stock Of Good Groccricft and Fresh Vegetables you will always find at our store and we sell them at prices you can afford to pay Courteous Service Prompt Delivery Advertising In the Mist pays. ASK MILLIONS TO RESTORE MONUMENTS An appropriation of Just a little leis than one million dollars baa Just been asked by the French administra tion of fine arts from the French government for the repair of nation al monuments, either totally or par tially destroyed by the Germans dur ing their invasion and occupation of northern France. The list submitted to the French parliament of national artistic monu ments that sustained the brunt of the Germans' vengence against French ' culture and civilization comprises twenty-seven that were completely destroyed and 213 seriously dam aged. The list does not include scores of public edifices, churches and monuments of the highest artis tic and historic interest, but which had not as yet been classed by the French government as "national monuments." Those speed fiends who persist in driving their automobiles at 25 to 35 miles per hour on the streets of St. Helens and on the county road to the depot, are a- menace to the com' munlty. It bas never been explained wh) McAdoo and Hlnes have lost a couph. ot billion dollars running the rail-1 roads when they had right at hand as one of the main props and pillars I of the administration. Justice Bran-1 dels, who wrote a lot of articles a I few years ago telling how he could! save the rallwnys all kinds of money if he hr.d the chr.nce. J. L. CHITTEM EXPERT IIOKSKKHOKINCl lll,A( KSMITH Wagon. Carriage Auto Itepalrs KT. HKI.KNS - OUKtiOS In September, 1896, there were on file In Washington more than 600 applications tor patents on automo biles. Three hundred different types of motor vehicles had been built or were in process ot construction at that date. The American military forces are now two-thirds demobilized, It is an nounced, but the grand army of de serving Democratic office holders continues to go over the top for its pay in undiminished numbers. Optimistic railroad owners are congratulating themselves thr.t It wasn't Burleson who managed their cproperlties during the war. Kansas City Star. THE UNITED STATES CREAM SEPARATOR SKIMS CLEANEST AND LASTS LONGEST t'omo and Seo H. A. COLT nt Melons The fellow who aaya "hurry" In connection with the contract he Is .trying to induce you to sigi is usual ly a swindler. Clock and Watch Repairing We are experts in this line. If the clock or watch is worth keeping it should be repaired. Bring it to us. A FULL LINE OF Watches, Clocks, Cut Glass, and Jewelry VON A. GRAY RELIABLE JEWELER AND WATCHMAKER Build Up the Farming Dairying and Stockraising THIS would make an even more profitable back ground for the city of St. Helens and those men and business that would share the benefits should all be willing to join the Columbia County Bank in preaching and practicing such development with the farmer in the country around us. You can count upon us for support in any practical and legitimate enterprise. SHERMAN M. MILES , President MARTIN WHITE Vlca President ' ii'J!T0NH Cashier O. MOECK , . . 1 Asst. Cashier . IN COI lXJR&Ia cuu NTY r U T nol,erot in the follow.,, describe,, monstranc. against the proposealr eMate lnt improvement or graae meniioneu - Tlwnil,,,n 4 Nor. of said reaolutlon. J Range 2 West of the Willamette Whereas, the Common Council of I Meridian, and for a decree quieting the City of St. Helens, Oregon, deem-1 ,,,nlntlffs llUe therein and tlieroo. Ing it expedient to Improve all that, Tlllg BUin,onB published by or portlon of Cowlitt street, In said city, dor of ,l6 j A Kakln. Judge from the westerly line of. Columbia i f ,he nuove enlltlLll mude and street to the centor pf Oak street; all eulere(1 Juno u, )n, wii,h pre of Oak street from the center line of r,nM ,tlllt g0rvlee of summons be CowlIU street to the center lino of; , pnbl'i H n mi.e Tualatin street; all of Tualut-u ,.,lpky to slx ;.,,f,.rm'.v.i .ks street from tha center 1 Ine of C ase- ( , wl bt.Klll l0 nm from nau street to tFe center line of W In- . . t f ,he frst publication, ter street: and all of Cnsenau street , .-.9 Thn inHt BUh- from the center line of Cowllts strop. IT'1- .Jnu .f.'tJ V''.1 , 19T9 to a point 330 feet south of the cen-l llcutl"n , b" A"kmt ',' " , . ter line of Tualatin street, all In I J , W. Pay. Atorney for l'la ntiff said city, by grading the same to a I KesUlonce and post office address, width of sixteen feet and paving thti.St. Helens, Oregon. same; And Whereas, the ehelneer of said city on the 19 day of May. 1919, at the request of said council filed in the office of the city recorder of sat I city, plans specifications ann estimates of the probable cost of such Improvement ot Bald portions of snla streets, the estimate of which siln cost la 12713.68. v And Whereas, the common council of Bald city, having examined said plans, specifications and estimates of the probable cost, finds the same to be satisfactory in all particulars, without making any changes therein; Now Therefore, Be It Resolved, B the common council of the City ot St. Helens, Oregon, that all of Cow llts street. Oak street, Tualatin street, and Casenau atreet, above described be improved by grading the same to a width of sixteen feet end paving the same with crushed rock, except that portion thereof from the wester ly line of Columbia street, westerly up the hill to a point twenty-three feet east of the westerly line of Casenau street, which lntter portion shall be Improved by paving the some with somo approved type 01 ; pavement and rlso with a concrete ! Mnwnllr fnlir fAnt fn urtrith plnnir the southerly side thereof, all in ac-i cordance with the established grade! and the plats and specifications o the city engineer on file in the office; of tho recorder of Bild city; nnd said common council hereby declares its intention, nr.d it is its Intention, to so Improve said portions of said ' stroits; nr.d Be It Further Resolved. That the common council of said city adopt nni nnnrnvA anH It Anom lir.u . , adopt and approve s.ild pirns, aped-; flcatlons and estimates of the prob-j able cost of said Improvements, which probable cost, aa shown by said en- gineer's estimate, is the sum of .82713.68. 1 ! And Be It Further Resolved. That the cost of said Improvement he! levied upon and assessed against all I 'the lots, parts of lots and parcels. ! of land specially benefited by such , Improvement, as required and direct-j ; ed by the charter of said city; and lt Is hereby determined nnd declared 1 that all the lots, parts of lots and par-! . cejs of land specially benefited, directly or indirectly, are the follow ! Ing, towlt: Lots 1 and 22, Block 18; Lots 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8.9,10,11 and, 12 in Block 19: Lots 7 ft A in n,i 1 11, In Block 20 and that certain tract of land in said Block 20 described as beginning at the southwest corner of said Lot 7, in said block nnd run ning thence north 74 degrees 30 minutes, east along the southerly boundary of said T.nt 7. inn f..i the southeast corner of said lot, I thence southerly at right angles for i a distance of 116 feet to a point, I thence south 74 degroes 30 minuted west 100 feet to a point in the west erly boundary line of Bald Block 20, which Is 116 feet southerly from the polpt of beginning, and thence north-! erly to the point of beginning; Lots 11, 12. 13.14 15. 16. 17 nnrf 19 l I Block 24; all of Block 25; Lots 1 and 22 in Block 26; Lots 1. 12 13 14. IK. 1 17 IB io on ..' J 22 In Block 34 nrt it --j ' m uiocK tfo, an being In the City of ot. neiens, Columbia County, Or gon; and all of said above described lota are harahv HoamaH . i i ly and directly benefited by such im- And Be It Further nAonluAj mi... the recorder of said City of St. Hel- 1..: "a ne nere"y is, directed to Publish notice nf th in.,i said city council to Improve said por- w.uuo ui ma streets, immediately upon this resolution becoming opera tive, as reoulreri hv iu i.... . . ?, clt:T and not"y'n8 the owners of the above described real property subject to assessment for such Im provement that written remon strances against the Drooosed im. provement or Krada mnv h. n,.ii With the reenrdnv nf mm .i, .' twenty days from the date of th" nuuucaiion or said notice, And Ba It ViiW1ia tj m. . thwe resolutions be contained In the' ii k 5 menuonea and be pub lished as provided by Section 105 o. the charter nf m 1 Helens Mist, a newspaper of ill.. circulation published in said city uuieu ana passed May 26th, 1919. Attest:E. E. QUICK, Recorder. Larsen & Co., Grocers Let Us I3e Your Grocers You Will Be Satisfied Telephone No. 27 Free Deliver; 3 Do you want good Lumber at a reasonable price? If so, give us an opportunity to quote you prices. are going to build a house, a barn, a fence or will ni lumber for any use, call or write us. It will be to yourii vantage. SILO STOCK We are making a specialty of getting out silo stock. Ov prices are lower than you will obtain elsewhere. If ret will give us a trial order, you'll then be convinced that vt are telling you the truth. Make us prove it. Scappoose Lumber Co. SCAPrOOSE, OREGON Mist Want Ads for Result? ( r Notice the Nob They're scientifically placed7 prevent skids and those danger sideslips. Their firm. nre orin means And yet, they don't "fight thcrosl j Just the tires for our kind of ted There are four other United Tires every one of them tirc- .v:,..,. 'j No matter what vour w needs may be, we csn fill tnesL United States!) arc GnnH TimS We KNOW United ndependrmt I! drc uuuu res. Thars why we : j CHAS., ' ji r R.irluieton. 'ASr 'A'OW', ,C"' ,r70' JW i SP?Ma' Scappoose; C H e Nn KunsA SCAPPOOSE GARAGE, brook: A. T. itdt aZ' i- WuLISH. Deer Tdo. u iiimr "Ulton' LOWE'S G A iU G E .Rainier. '