"T- to set crearaory.
IS."-"- bu,idin ,to
ad Rlrer l'a"l 'orrJr channol
.-On strawberry plant
, 1098 berrlo
roWI,,Tlll creamery report do
kI imor-Two new business
bur-N thoatro building
.mfonst ruction Of 1600,000
(f pill Hurt hen.
Math KulU-OII drllllnf In
,ih county to start.
.ndl.tonClicrry grower recelr.
$100 t ton for Hint.
mon pruno icrower rolling oter
rd offers of $127 a ton.
d $S000 contrct lot for con
rilon of Hyuaw ITeek dam.
l,nyFlfty head Jersey cattle
, lit J75 t ""I" n,",r '",r"'
Hi Cro Wool pool of 10,-
pounds oll here at 63 cent,
'fllla $ t 9,9 t 7 englnnerlng
tory tull'linit to be built at O. A.
U Il(adi - $1117.690 ccutrnct to
, 1 miles rm in urry couniy
,rhfliM -$177,000 to bo
4 on Hainion nar ana nearny
"'on- 4S0 acre fnnioua Willow
I unrk ranrn nere anna lor
'.orla Ori'Ko.i-l'nclflc mill taken
ij n owners and will resume
Lnd .onkoiit tower to be oon-
ril oo top Wslker mountain. In
,rlon World rnrord a.-lo prlr
n t.urimt of $11(0 a hrad mado
k:ilt lain here.
Ett Grout Apple grower In
lacs rnlli'T estimate yield of 28,
ioim I III" full.
bunt anil Hherldnn ennnerles
koprrallona Itrndwell Fruli corn
kit Medford will enlarge phut.
fdipnrt ruDiimnng i ompany in
rtlM with $2F.000 rapltal. Will
II complete priming plunt aoon.
Iurtlinclrrlflc highway to br
-d. rorked or pared from Port
to California line by end of
inth Fall Flro Irrigation
lp running In ilonanxn section.
irtl thousand nrrrs being Irrlga-
for flrat tltnn.
infkld Uf mill of Irrigation
ht awn, around this section where
bruin land Is turned Into beaut I-
farms br us of writer.
;lMlng for i'arlflc Internrtlonal
tofk Mpoltlon to bo erostod nt
h Portland, ltiri't of It kind In
failed) State: to coer 1 acres
nbrook, nenr Alpine, to be re
latione of the llveat little nianu-
irlD towns In valley. Two saw.
i, 100,000 fcut rapacity each to
wtd. Contract let for erection
fon CltyCrown Willamette
Hiwlfjr pulp and Paper enmpnn
onounre toncral Increase of 3
per hour In wage of employes.
ro ln!o effect July 1. Means ad
it ol i;o.nno per year to pay
CriKon Cltjr to have payroll
f' pupei nillls nnd woolen mills
rJ'ilr 1st, of $3,000,000 per year.
UPHELD BY COURT
e York The war time protilbl
nct under whlrh no llauor mcr
old after July l, wn upheld by
Ulted Hindu circuit court ol
P1'1 The court virtually dls-
f M the Injunction Judge Myo!
jw me nrewors. restraining the
-mi aiiirti i and Internal revenue
;ctor frrun Aiir,ri.. ...... ,
Mbitlon. as applied to J.75 pe
Fk tourt IiaI.I ii, . .... ... i
Ijonil and Judge Mayer had no Jur-
"' io enjoin the enforcement
M'lrt recommended that the
"ret attornnv i, . j.
I. . ""mill iilini uniprill
"0 on the Ihhuo In the highest
rt ftnit In (1.. . ...
In, id i. . '""""ins iniertere
Hln,,M of brewers a little
It ll !. .1.-. TT! .. ".
,fc.Ar me rirsi woomn
i ?.- !"a,"lf,turod In England
'oen In U30.
...7? t,ne.ow""r ' H' real property
subject to aaNiuoi.t for "hov
provement proposed In tho followln
re.olutlon. herewith attached and
made a part of tills notice-
You are hereby notified that pur
suant to said resolution and the ro
v alon of th Charter of the City of
St. llulum, Oregon .that you may aim
you are hereby n.mi..io,i .
and fllo with the Recorder of said
City of Bt. Helens, within twenty
day from the date of the first pub
lication of thla notice and resolution
L0,'.'11'1" twunlr duys from Junu
27, 1V1B, your remonstrance or re
monstrances against the proposed
Improvement or grade mentioned In
Whereas, the Common Council of
tho City of Bt. Helens, Oregon, deem
up It expedient to Improve all that
portion of Columbia atrpct, In r.irl
city, from the southerly lino oi
Cowllt st rent to a point 40 foot
south of said lotith Una of Cowllt
street; and tho westorly half of said
Columbia street from said point 40
feet south of tho aouth line of Cow
lltr street to the center lino of Tuulu
tin troet, and uUo all of McCorinlrh
street from till center line of Col
umbia at rout to the westerly edge of
the Hi rand, all In an Id city, by grud
mg, curbing mid paving tho same,
tccordlmt to the plan and spoclfica
tlons mentioned in tho following
And Where, the engineer of snld
city on the Kth day of Muy, 1919. at
the request of said council, fllntl In
the office of tho city recorder of snld
city. plan, specifications and eall
mates of the probnblo cost of such
Improvement of said streots, the on
tlmnte of which said cost as made by
said city engineer Is $271 J. OS.
And Whereas, the Common Coun
cil of snld city, having examined snld
plans, sped float Ion ' and estimates
of the probable cost finds the same
to be sntlsrnctory In all particulars,
without making any changes there
In: Now, Therefore, Do It Resolved.
By the Common Council of tho Cltv
of St. Helens, Oregon, that all of
Columbia street from tho southerly
line of Cnwllts street to a point 406
feet south of the south line of Cow
Ills street; the weaterly half of s.ld
Columbia street from snld point 40H
feet south of the southerly line of
Cowllts street to the renter line of
Tualatin at rent; and also nil of Mc
Cormlck street, (n said city, be Im
proved by grading, curbing nnd pav
lug the same with some approved
type of payment, all In accordance
with the established grade, and the
plan and specifications of the city
engineer on file In tho office of the
rocordnr of said city, tiud snld com
mor. council hereby declares Its in
tention, and It Is Its Intention to so
Improve aald portion of snld Col-:
u in Ida street and all of said McCor
mlck stroet; and '
lie It Further Ttesolved, thut the
Common Council of said city adopt
and approve, and It does hereby,
adopt and approve said plans, speci
fications and estimates of the pro I
able coat of said improvements,!
which probable cost, as shown by
snld engineer's estimate, Is the sum;
of $2713 68;
And He It Further Ilesolved, That ,
the cost of suld Improvements be
levied upon and assessed agnlnat all
the lots, parts of lot nnd parcels of:
land sperlnlly benefited by such liii-
provoments, as required nnd directed
by the charter of snld city; and it Is
hereby detertn'ned and declared that
ell the lots of land specially bene.'
flted directly or Indirectly, are the
following, to-wlt: All that portion of.
Ixt 6, not Included In McCortnlckj
at root, and Lots 6. 7. 8. 9, 10, II. 17.
rnd all that nortlon of Ixil 18 no
Included . In McCormlrk street; nil
in Illock 10, In suld City of SI. Hel
ens; end all of Its 12. 13. 14. IB.
16. 17. 18, 19, 20, 21, and 22 In
Illock 19, In said city; nnd nil ol
aald above described lots are hereby
deemed to he specially and directly
benefited by such Improvement;
And He It Further ItOBolved, That
tho recorder of said City of St. llol
oils, be and he hereby l, directed to
publish notice of the Intention of
aid city council to improvo snld poi
tlons of Columbia atreet and all of
aid McCormlck stroet. Immediately
upon this resolution becoming
operative, as required by the charter
of said city and notifying the owners
of tho above dcscrlbod renl property
subject to assessment for such Im
provement, that written remonstranc
es against the proposed Improvement
or grade may be filed with the r
cordcr of snld city within twenty days
from the date of the first publication
of said notice;
ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1919
And lie It Further Resolved That
not?cnr:r1Ullng 1,9 co,,la"'u i
nhmi . 7" ra?n.tlone1 ftnd h PUb-
th. A!ipro ,1,,d by 8ecllon "S of
elon. Mut "1 C'ly '" 8t
r eion Mist, a newspaper of general
circulation puhllahod In .aid cUy
Duted uud punned, Muy 26, 1919.
Attest: E. E. QUICK,
NOTIf'K TO CltKMTOlM
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THF
mlnl.tr.tor of the estate of Charlos
,," "rown, deceased, y Ul Count
ot tha Btie of Oregon, Jr
Columbia County, and baa qualified
All persons having claim against
said estate are hereby notified to
present the same duly verified as by
aw required, to tho undersigned at
li s residence In Deor Inlund, Colum
bia County, Oregon, within six
months from the date hereof
Dnted and flrnt published Juno 27,
W. R. CLARK.
. , Administrator.
J. W. Day, Attorney 28.32
NOTICK OF ham; ok hhai, vmu
IN THK COI'NTV COURT OF Till?
STATE OF OltKOON. Foil THE
COUNTY OF MULTNOMAH.
In the Matter of tho Estate of Jumes
A. Onwanlock, llocoiiHed.
I. Edith M. Oowr.nlock, Executrix
of the last will nnd testiment of
Jnmes A. Oowniilock, doceunod,
hereby give notice thut, under and
pursurnt lo an ordor rnd license of
sale, Issued out of the mtove entitled
court, In the aliovo entitled mr.tter.
duly made nnd entered br snld court
on the first duy of M?y, 1919. I will,
on Tuesday, the 22nd day of July,
1919, rt 2 o'clock r. M., soil rt pub
lic auction, at the front d:or of the
county courthouse, at St. Helena,
Cclumbln County, Oregon, the here
inafter described renl property, to
wlt: An undivided one-half Interest In
the Southwest quarter (8W',i) of
the Southeast quarter (SEVi) of
Section 17. In Township 3 North,
Range 2 Wen. Wl'.lamatta Maridlan.
('(.'luuil.la County, Oregon.
The terms of sale of V above
described real property shall be the
following, to-wit: One-fourth cush
In hand paid at time of the snl, and
the remaining three-fourths on con
firmation of sale and delivery of
EllITII M. OOWENLOCK,
Executrix of the last will aid testa
ment of James A. Ucwenlock, de
J. A. Neul, Attorney for Executrix,
631 Chamber of C'omniorce, I'ort
lund, Oregon. 28-32-Gl
CITATION NO. 233
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR COL-
In the Matter of the Estate of Athan-
aslos N. Kapsalc. alias Tom Kap-
To James F. I'appi, AdmlnUtrr.tor
and the Now Amsterdam Casualty
Co., his surety:
In the name of the State of Ore
eon, you aro hereby commanded to
apponr before the Honorablo County
Court of the State of Orerjon, in ana
for the County of Columbia, at the
Court House in tho City of St Hel
ens, on tho 12th day of July, 1919
at 10 o'clock A. M., of aald day to
show causo, if any exists, why the
eld jHme F. Pappa should not be
removed from hia office a adminis
trator of the estate of Athanasios N.
KapBalc, alia Tom Kapalos, de
ceased, and further why the said ad
ministrator and Now Amsterdam
Casualty Co., hi surety, should not
be required to account for all assets
of the said estate and particularly
for the sum of Sevonteen Hundreit
Kollurs ($1700) bealdoa. Interest and
a United State Liberty Bond of the
par value of One Hundred Dollars
Witness my hand and the seal of
said court affixed thla 14th dajr of
June, A. D., 1919.
. 3 w- HUNT,
27-29-3t Clerk of County Court.
IN THE CinCUIT COURT OF TUB.
STATE OF OREGON, FOR COL-
George II. Duckworth, Plaintiff,
I-ou'so Duckworth, Defendant
To Louise Duckworth, Defendant:
In the Name of the State of Ore
gon, You are hereby required to ap
pear nnd answer the complnlnt filod
against you In the above entitled Bult
on or before the first day of Augunt,
1919, that being the lust day of the
time prescribed In the ordor of the
Court for the publication of this
summons, nnd if you fall so to appear
and answer, the plaintiff will cause
your default to be entered and ap
ply to the Court above named for the
relief demanded in said complaint,
to-wlt: For a dissolution of the
bonds of matrimony existing between
pluintlff nnd defendant on the
grounds of cruel nnd Inhuman treat
ment. This summons Is published by
order of the Honorable J. A. Eukln,
Judge of the nhova entitled court,
made and dnted June 11th, 1919,
which order prescribes that service
of summons In this suit be made
upon you by publication once a week
for six consocutlve week, which time
will begin to run from the date of
tho first publication hereof, to-wlt;
June 13, 1919. The Inst publica
tion will be August 1, 1919.
J. W. DAY,
Attorney for Plaintiff
Residence and Postofflce address,
St. Helens, Oregon.
I ITBLICATION OK SUMMONS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I STATE OF OREGON, IN AND
I FOR COLUMBIA COUNTY.
i Stella U. Price, Plaintiff,
Waller F. Price, Defendant.
jo Manor i-. rnce, me above named
In the Name of the State of Ore
gon, You are hereby notified t.nd re
quired to appear and anwer the
complaint filed agalnat you in th
above entitled court and cause with
in six week from the 13th day of
June, 1919, date of tho first publica
tion of this summons, or by Friday,
Ihe 25th day of July, 1919, and if you
fail to appear and answer the plain
tiffs complaint, plaintiff will apply
to the above entitled court for the
relief prayed for in her complaint, to
iwlt: For a decree divorcing her from
you, and forever dissolving the mar
ital bonds heretofore and now exist
ing between the plaintiff and defend
ant, and releasing her from all obli
gations under nnd by virtue of the
marriage contract, and that plaintiti
have such other and further relief as
to the court may seem meet and pro
per. Thl summons Is served upon you
by publication thereof, pursuant to
nn order issued by the Honorable
J. A. Kakin, Judge of the above en
titled court, made and entered on the
7th duy of June, 1919, directing such
publication to be made In the St. Hel
ens Mist, a newspaper of general cir
culation In said county and state,
published at St. Helens, Oregon, once
a week for six successive weeks, the
first publication to be made on the
13th day of June, 1919.
MATIIISON & ROBINSON,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Suite 305-306 Spexarlh Bldg., As
First pub. 13th day of June, 1919.
Ijist pub. 25th day of July, 1919.
This nllment Is usually cnused by
rheumatism of the muscles. All that
Is neodod Is absolute rest nnd a few
applications of Chamberlain's Lini
ment. Try It.
Try it Pound of Our Ex
tra fine Creamery Butter
It will surely satisfy you no
matter how particular you ma?
be. It Is made In the best
' creamery, from milk of highly
bred stock. It is beautiful in
color nd so palatable one can
hardly get enough of It. A
pound today will mean Its
Bteady use horeafter.
St. Helens Co-Operative
Has resumed teaching at St. Helens and can be found
Thursday at the Lidyard residence.
CELEBRATE THE GLORIOUS FOURTH
with one of our new Silk or Voile
and a Silk Poplin and Taffeta
to go with it
Successor to M. Rosenthal St. Helens, Oregon
In a Large
the faithful horse was respon
sible for some of the celebratea
victories gained by our soldiers
In the War of Independence.
In fact, the horse waa the
supreme factor. Remember
this on the Fourth of July and
compensate him by throwing to
an extra quantity of our best
Store in K. of P. Bldg; Warehouse, Sheldon Dock
Cleanliness and Safety
is Our Motto
We handle and sell only the choicest meats
and when buying from us you are assured of
getting only the best at the lowest possible
Our GROCEERY department is well stocked
with seasonable and reliable groceries and our
prices are lower than you obtain elsewhere.
The People's Market
St. Helens, Oregon
Sundaes and Fountain Specialties with the Famous
MT. HOOD ICE CREAM
LOS ANGELES CHOCOLATE SHOP CHOCOLATES
(in Redwood Boxes)
HELEN ARDELL CHOCOLATES
WARM WEATHER LUNCHES
L rv 3
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