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.t n ii ih CoMBrrKiK Awoke Chirch" I,,, gild Columbia Streets i 11. ri","-, " AUKUHt 10. ii. School, 10:00 a. ra. lesson, "Winning Othors , Hour, 11:00 a. m. 1 inn n m. 11)1. M,I lfn- .Hour. 8: is p. m. i mihhIux Me Trail." fLfliivi r.il !oyi about 12 .. . i.ivn Wlro Hoys" club. Iofldrow. Tli boys nro plan hike cud you bad bettor 1 . ... ..Hi .ft 0.1 boon ii Juu v l Krlondly Church" nolens nml lloulton !rt 8. lll"y. l'lor. lelens gcliool. 10:00 a. in. . Service. 11:00 n. m. h I.PBKUK. 7:00 p. m. I, 8Krlw. :0 P. m ilf..l....l.a . ..... . p. m. ilton . . ("J Beriir", .vv y. L Methodist Oiunli ' lloulton, urt'Kun p M lliKi'. rr.or Services: . aviumi. 10:00 a. m. L bVrvtce. 11:00 ft. m. U Praise Service, 7:80 p in W8rvlc", :00 p. III. MiH'Un, inursuuy evening, "bile Is cordially Invited to III Day Adtentlst C'liurWi ct St. Helens tr services hold on Batui, Li following at 1! (noon). jr frayer Mealing, Weanes. S p. m. t M. KNICIITON, Elder. iWS, Deacon. ILETON ROUND-UP Lion. Ore.. Aug. 7 Ed Mo (liter of I In' ducking eon tent nne In Jul), will defend his mit the hunt broncho bunting In the country at tho truth endleton ltnund-up, Septem- hJ sad 10. McCarty ha per before Hound-up audiences (ml seasons and he can attck ta't bark Just as easily aa a to a relllng. n Wyoming cowpunchera. at tor Increased purses offered tumirt-up inancgenienl for the t-wui iliow, will accompany her. In tie party are Irlik rlcli're . trick ropers, kermuiil relay riders, all from enne country. ty will hrlng lila own roping mounts that know the game it the veteran cow boy a. II fc enter till two relay alrlnga. It lie cowflrl a race. The Mo- iiirly U only one of several upi lo announce their Inten- uttendlng the weat'a greateat HIMMONH CIIUTIT COI UT OP THE tZ OK OKKtlON. POIl COL- )IA COUNTY. Anna Iianlcls, Plaintiff, William Daniels. I)ofendnnl. Vik Willi Daniels, the above H defendant: E:o Nr.nio of the Slato of Ore n ire hert-hy required to np nd nnawor to the ccmnlnlnt iMniit you In the above iniltlod or before the 20th dnv of 'T. 1 1 9. 1 1, :t Iwilnr tlia dnv lr the order of the Court for ippear tml nnawer and belns linn alx wwka from the dale tint publication of thin num. od If you full (o ao appear ner. the pliilntlff will apply 'oun ror tho relief demanded nwpiulnt. to-wll. for a decree (rtmd for the r-tmtody of the F'lor children of nlilntlrf end fcol. mm nui lis la nnhlUli.,1 In I lift )'n Mlat, a nnwapp.per pub- ! oi Ri-nenil circulation In wily of Columbia, Slate of "re encn week for alx aue- eek hv nr.l.. I lnnni.nl, la Rkin. Judge of the above on- , aae ,ha 4,n ,,nv of 919. till, flrat ni, I, limit Inn August 8th. Id 10 nil til A It! at Nun on Scptnniher 1 0th. 1918. MENDENHAKL, J N. I'KAItCY. Aitnrnnum mal..ie tui iniuiii.. 'Ultlber nr i'.. m i. NOTK'K TO ()rm T,.iru will be rocelved by the City of HI lt ?iT;,r.''Ki"'' for 'mprovemen ?,f !,.i i . p0r.ilH" ot Oowllt Hinwt, ii ani l C ty. from the woaterly line nk Hlr.,l; mi cf ()l.k Htr,.((l f t ie center line of CowITlx Htroet to the comer llun of Tuululln Htroet; all of Tuululln street from the center ne of ( i-aoiiuu Htroet to the renter line of Wtntar Street, r.nd nil of t-naeiiau St root from the center line Of ( owllti Htroet to a point 330 feet outh of the center Hue of Tualatin mreot; all In uccordance with thu plana and apeclflimtlona of auld Im provement of auld at reel a on file In eil'dClty6 ' 1,10 VUy Uucordor ' A certified check In the aiim of len per cent of the hiiiii ao bid, run lulch l)hUlB M!,yr' ,,Vl11 RCC0,"Pany Payment to be made from fumla to be raled by apeclnl KHHeHmneiit on the reul properly ao Improved. Illds will he opened for ncceitance or rejection on August 18th, iia, ot the City Council Chamber at 8:00 u -clock I'. M. Tho city Council reserves the right to reject any and all bids Done by order of the City Council. August 4th, 1D19. K. K. QUICK. City llecorder. ltlilAN('.: NO. An Ordinance providing for the Im provement of all that portion of Columhlu Ktrenl from tliu souther l Pno of Cowllli Street to a point 406 feet south of Cowlltx HI reef and the westerly half of a-ild Col umbia Street from the lust men tioned point to the center lino of Tunli'tln Street; mil also all of McCormlrk Ktre,t from the center line of Columbia Street to the westerly edge of The Strand, all In the City of St, Helens, Oregon, by grnd'ng. curbing and paving the sime; and providing further for the assessment of the cost of such Improvement upon tho properly abutting thereon; and doclurlng nn emergency. Whenya, the Engineer of the City of St. Helena. Oregon, on the lath day of May, 19. at the request of me ( omnion Council of said City, fled with the Hecorder of said City, plana, specifications and estimates of' the probable cost of such Improve-' nient of all that portion of Columbia Htreel from the southerly line of lowllti Street to a point 406 feet south of said south line of Cowlitz Street; and the westerly half of said Columbia Rtrect from mild lust men tioned point to the renter line, of Tualatin Street; and also all of Mc Cormlrk Street from the center line of Columbia Htreet to the westerly edge of The Strand, all lu said City, by grading, curbing and paving the same, according to the pinna and specif lent Ions of the City Engineer on file with the Hecorder of said Cllr and In accordance with the es tablished grade thereof; And Whereas, the Common Coun cil of snld City finding said plans. ; specifications and estimates of the probable . cost of auld Improvement satisfactory, did on tho 20th day of May, 1919, adopt and pass a resolu tion approving and accepting said, plans, specif lent Ions and estimates, of I hep robnblo rost of said Improve ment, and declaring Its intention and purpose to mnke such Improvement in accordance with said plans, speci fications and estimates and assess Ibec ost thereof upon the property j shutting t Hereon, which property Ik In said resolution declared to he and the same actually Is described as follows, lo-wll: All that portion of Ixit & not Included In McCormlrk Street, and Lots 6, 7, 8. 9, 10, 11, 17 and all thai portion of Lot IS not in cluded In McCormlrk Street, all In Illock 10, In said City of St. Helens; and all of Uts 12. 13. 14. 1&. 16. 17, 18, 19. 20, 21 and 22 in Illock 19 In said City; And Whereas, pursuant to tnld resolution and the dialer ot said City, a notice was duly given and published requiring all owners of the real property so subject to assess ment for said Improvement desiring so to do to make and tile with the d7!L"U!lCltr' twenty -- uam ui ni iirst Dubll-I ation of saw 0,lce a remonstrance or renionstrunces against the pro posed improvement; i'i.iln!!,yi,ere!f8' t,,e "rder of said i .y.. V" hn 271,1 Av" ot Jne, ii. .r'i :?'Ke "a,d "-'"olutlon and the whole thereof together with said no ice and did give said notice by publication thereof In the St. Helens Mt, a newspaper of general circu lation In said city, for three conse cutive issues thereof, the first pub lication being on June 27, 1919, the second on July 4, 1919 and the third on July 11, And Whereas, no owner or owners of any of the properly abutting upon the said proposed improvement, nor uny person whomsoever hes mude or filed any objection or remonstrance with the Hecorder of. said City or with any other City official whatever sgalnsl said proposed Improvement, grade, grading, curbing or paving; And Whereas, the Common Coun cil of said City has found and now finds that such Improvement will meet the actual wants, requirements and convenience of the owners of and residents upon the suld property as well as thai of all other citizens; that It will he a great. Improvement to snld City und will greatly benefit the property abutting upon said Im provement; and thai the heulth, con venience, huppluess and prosperity of said property owners and resi dents will be promoted and advanced by such Improvement; Now Therefore, the City of St. Helens Does Ordain as Follows: Hocfon 1. That the City of t. Mel ons, through lis Myor and Common Council la hereby authorized and em powered to Improve that portion of Columbia Street, for the full width thereof, from tho southerly line of Cowlitz Street to a point 406 feet south of said south line of Cowllu Street and the westerly half of said Columbia Street from said lust men t'oned point to the center line ot Tualatin Street, and also all of Mc Cormlrk Streot, for the full width thereof, from the center line of Col umbia Street to the westerly bound rrv of The Btrnnd. r.U in nccordance with the established grade of said Ktreets and tho plans and specifica tions oi me i ny r.ngineer on rile In tho office of the Hecorder of said City. Section 2. That the cobI of such llnlipnv.ninnl 1 1 .. n 1 1 . .1 - .... .. . n .ji, nil..,,; UCICI- mined, be assessed, as provided by tho Charter of said City, upon ell the Ixils, parts of Lots and parcels of laud mentioned In snld resolution rnd specifically benefited by such Improvement, which alive been deter mined and declared to be, and which r.re declared to be, all of the Lots of land nhuttlng upon said proposed Im provement, to-wlt: All that portion of Lot 6 not included In McCormick Street, nnd Lots 6. 7. 8. 9. 10, 11, 17 and all that portion of Lot 18 not ncludod in McCormick Street, all In Illock 10 In said City of St. Helens, Oregon, and all of Lots 12, 13, 14. IS, 16. 17. 18, 19, 20. 21 and 22 In Illock 19 In said City of St. Helens; and all of snld nhove described lots and parts of lota are hereby deemed lo be and will he specially nnd direct ly benefited by such improvement Section 3. That the Recorder of said City be, und he hereby is, re quired as soon as practical after the taking effect of this Ordinance to ad vertise for the period of ten days, in a newspaper of general circulation Jn said City, for sealed proposals for furnishing the labor and materials for suld Improvement and the and the construction thereof. In accord ance with said plans nnd specifica tions. The notice for bids shall pro vide for a certified check In the sum of ten per cent of the sum so bid running to the Mayor of said City nd shall further provide that said 1 (orninon Council shall reserve the right to reject any and all bids if they be deemed disadvantageous, i Section 4. That said City shall ru qulre the contractor whose bid shall be accepted to enter Into a formal contract with said City for the prose , cut ion and completion of such work , and such contractor shall execute the usual appeal bond with good and suf ficient sureties for the faithful per foi mance of such work, and with the additional obligation that such con tractor shall promptly, as due. make Jinyment to all persons supplying him labor or materials for any prosecu tion of the work provided for In such contract; and that said contract shall contain a clause that no person shall be employed upon such work for more than eight hours In any one day or forty-eight hours ,ln any one week, unless In case of emergency , when no other competent help is i available, when; in such case such , lehorer shall hep aid for double time ; fr.r all over time. Section 6. It is further hereby or di'nod and declared by the entire Council, that existing conditions are such thnt this Ordinance is necessary for the Immediate preservation of tho public peace, health and safety, and ow'ng to the urgent necessity of com pleting the work and improvement provided for he.eln. before the bad i weather of winter interferes to pre vent its completion, thus causing the property owners interested addltlon I al cost and elaylng the work for an other year, an emergency Is hereby ; declared to exist, and this Ordinance . shall take effect and be In full force and effect from and r.fter Its approv al by the Mayor. I Head the first time. In full, Aue just4, 1919. ! Read the second time, by title i only, August 4, 1919. I Read the third time. In full, and passed, August 4, 1919. Approved August 4, 1919. I M. SAXON. Attest: Mayor. E. E. QUICK, Recorder. A Ililious Attack. When you have a bilious attack your liver fails to perform Its func tions. You become constipated. The food you eat ferments In your stom ach Instead ot digesting. This in flames the stomach and causes nausea, vomiting and a terrible head ache. Take three of Chamberlain's Tablets. They will tone up your liver, clean out your stomach and you will soon be as well as ever. They only cost a quarter. Now Is the Time To Buy A Farm Or City Hcse 40 acre farm, 1 mile from depot, 25 acres cleared, 10 acres slashed, some timber, small house, good barn and other buildings. Tola farm is well drained, close to school, hat good water and plenty of fruit. Stock, crops and equipment go with the place. Five acres near Honeyman station, with 6-room house, good barn, well water end bearing orchard; 300 will handle this, balance on "ftsy i onus. Eighty acres of logged-off land, 60 surface cleared and seeded to pasture, part Is hill and part bottom land; one targe and two small creeks run through place; several buildings suitable for temporary occupation; will make fin a dairy or stock farm; located on good road 6 miles from Columbia highway; $40 per acre and the best of tonns Hon to Chad m8t Bttractlve lOBtred-off Und proposl- . Jl2e.,'t0cK r dalry .pIaco 160 acrM' " acres In. cultivation. 40 acres s ashed. Located on good creok bottom, on good road, about jJt . Je" from the H,enway, has good barn, small productive orch ard andgoodtroutstror.nl. $05 per acre, terms. IM.r?.?0n h?H?0 wlth 9 Iots' a" garden 8o11- Located close to. wjmi Handles this proposition. Modern 6-room house, 2 lots. In Riverview. $1800. Modern 8:room house t: d 4 lots, $1600. A 5-room house with 2 lots, $1300. L. R. RUTHERFORD PHONES-Office, 123; Residence B-38 A Necessary Tool In Your Business Is your check book. It' aa Im portant In your dally work aa day book, journal and ledger. Your bank book, too, Is Indis pensable. Selection of your business back la equally Im portant. We Invite you to call and talk over with us the ad v?.ntges of carrying your checking account here. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Member Federal Reserve System CHAS. GRAHAM, President H, A. CHILD8, Gaabiw Soda Fountain and Ice Cream Parlor Is now in operation. We would be glad to serve you with the best of ice cream and soda fountain drinks. We handle the FAMOUS WHITE CLOVER ICE CREAM Cooling Items for Hot Weather -Lunches -Salads -Sandwiches -Cold Meats Ice Cream Sodas Ice Cold Soft Drinks Fountain Specials Mt. Hood Ice Cream Confections MASON'S ST. HELENS. OREGON H il , "M111.U limn F hereby piVen. that Wds f received by the City of St. 'h., Rnn' fnr ,,IB lionrovemont n I Portion of Columbia Street, hi frnm 1,18 noittherlv line ' 11 Bnt to a point 408 feet "aid south Una of Cowlllt M the westerly hnlf of Bald ;8Inm from p0nt 406 71, . I'10 H" ot Oow- lo the renter line of Tunla nd also nil of McCormick 'mm th n ccntor lino of Col w'wt to tho westerly edge of ""!: Ml in nccordnnce with nml sperlflcotlona of aald ,!?"nt f ald streets on file ! of the Recordor of anld Wie,i rhPck ln tne sum of cent f i. . , . . w - "i" sum Dia, running 1 f lyor- "linll accompany each ' EV0 1,ft ""i"18 fr0,n fun"'" ' Lf y "Pocial assessment on h mTrl5r B0 Improved, ta-,," De. opened for nocentance illi n Au,IHt 18th. 1919, et k P MUnC" Cnamuer- Bt 8:00 b"0"11 reserveg the right in. v a" nins. " oraor of the City Cotinotl. Saturday Specials 3 10c Loaves Bread - Mocha Cake Chocolate Layer Cake, Angle Food Cake and Home Made Candy St. Helens Bakery J. E. RAMSEY, Proprietor 25c PHOTOS Trices Reasonable Satisfactory Work ENLARGING J. T. SCOTT ST. HELENS. OREGON The First Pound of Our Creamery Butter you buy will lioKln your, qualntnnce with the best but ter made. It h.s nil the body of the rloiest croam. wtu a flavor thrt recalls sweet smell ing clover or new riown imy. Don't fll to try a pound today. Why put eff enjoying one of tho best of tablo luxuries. Fresh llutterii.llk I'or Hale St. Helens Co-operative Creamery: Assn. Some Are Carried Away by the lure of low prices. They think they art making a saving if the price is below the regu lar, and give no thought to the quality of their purchases. We are not eager for such trade. We prefer catering to people of sounder judg ment who recognize quality in Groceries and appreciate it. Special for Saturday Only SUNKIST NAVAL ORANGES, doz . . . .45c St. Helens Union Store St. Helens, Oregon j Telephone 80 AUCTION SALE OF DAIRY COWS On Wednesday, August 29, 1919, at 1:30 p.m. I will sell at the William Skuzie farm, located miles west of St. Helens, near Bachelor Flat school house, my entire herd of grade dairy cows. Cows are all young, sound and free from any contageous or infecteous disease (tuberculine tested. Some producing Sl3 gallons of milk daily with second and third cali. Selling to make room for purebred cows. 1 registered Jersey Bull calf, 2 months old, ex cellent breeding. 3 grade Holstein Cows, 4 years old. 1 grade Holstein Cow, 5 years old. 1 grade Holstein Cow, 6 years old. 5 grade Jersey Cows, 4 years old. (Noble of Oak land's breeding). 1 Jersey-Holstein Heifer, 19 months, bred. 2 grade Holstein Heifers, 4 and 7 months old. Other good dairy cows will be consigned by the neighbors. TERMS : Cash or bankable notes. Bring statement from the banl: ar. to reliability and security. Wm. SKUZIE OWNER W. J. FULLERTON, Auctioneer. K. B. QUICK. City Reoorder.