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foncolla high ecuool bonds as- ! . . ..... lbmX Maria cunilin iur ireoi Ittndriuld will erect $3600 ichool 'obn'W Canyon Creek to be lod bore. )ro(on City will vote on $30,000 pol bonda. jurrowi Oil tnd gas struck. In nr ralloy. ... ),llm gnu a largo wholesale gro- r wsroiiouso. ooi Duy section reports great (trial ncllrlty. Innton county to ship 35,000 M tpplni icon. Aiturlu 1 160,009 apartment e no I ii if up. lard lurfuce on Albany-Jefforson j to bo lnlil. Mix ln $18,741.10 contract for In eight blocks. ,ibny -t'annlnn plant to begin ration Imuiadlittoly. i'artlnnd plumbers raise wages n $s to $9 per dr.jr. undflidd t'lty water system Is kI. work to start soon. tfwwutor 30-acro dairy farm i for $1030 por acre. nk of Echo to erect home to t di'innnilH of business. onoburg One carload dried uborrli'K brings $43,000. nrtliind itartlng campaign for J.000 honpllal building. prtlsnil New paper company it $20,000 warehouao. nrth H'muI lumhnr production llcapprd by car alior'ave urtland eteol ship workors aik ( ralun cf 8 cents far hour. Drrallla Work on two-story ding to commence at once. rgun City wild blorrl.Mry har- largn at 8 cents t poun.1. nrk on highway 'between Pendle nnd "lain line being i tubed. Hit met lot for nioth to Echo seo- of Krutorn Oregon highway, lorrr rrop of Tho Itallrs and vlci- 1000 tons, brings $116.66$. DKphuri plnnudif to own and t rlir vnter end light system. t and local aid will build high- from Itrdmond to Ilond, l!3",- irtland building permits for lit 9S!,220. August, 1918, .385. irntry nervlce hi s sold $60,000. tlmlirr it IM-o to Oregon Lumber f-my. mlilcnln of Wnllowa and farmers trinity planning reaerrolr on 1 cri'ok. ink I'tah Construction com 1 building railroad through here rrnotila timber. iganltorry tips aud strawberry la In great dnmrtnd. Are profit-by-product for borry grower, bany Kd Crown mills en Ing plant. Now recolrlns $000 ! of wheat dally, 'ogon bullion receipts at mint r iIivnmiho of $221,000 In gold M43 ounces In sllrer. ilom I'rlaon warden's report ia that the state will harvnst t 400 tons of flax from 403 l. Wunlnn Btelner opposes I convicts in the flax Industry. lenbrrok, west of Monroo, to izmoo feet por day sawmill logging road of atandard gauge timber on tho Aslea river. trahfluld Mountain 8 t n t e a r company to sudiiIv 40 h. D. tha operation of refrigerating ine for loo ft Cold Storage com Negotiations aro under way lluctrlc ronoor nUnt recently kleted nilii now saw mill at ihflold. UMlilA COUNTY. ( 0L" In the Matter of the Ftni f v ., on th. 6th duy of Hopt0Zr therefore, Notice I. horX' .i ' that the said K,n C.rlZ 'if a Ivo" or any othor person for h m '."imi I hereby requlrod to produce to t lie week. ,ro nl",d1 C?rt twe ye weoas irom. the iHt publication of .nVl,n"re:,tmUCarlMO','c'''tl'' Dated September 9th 1818 mi' pub"llon' September 12, 1 9 l'S.' pul'"rBtl". September 26, VICTOH CARLSON, 1'otltloner. W. A. Harris, 8,1 ,!lBn,, roa Attorney fur , . ,,, ,UII,.r HI. Helena, OreKoJi. RHAPSODY BY A RENTER Iim a hapless nomad, am a despairing wanderer, an tlgablo peregrlnator, a pilgrim progrcHHieag path. bird of paaaage flitting from to Whlthnr inrt iumr Vnnw. Wherefore. tourist of cltlos. an exnloror of plena hoimes, a fugitive Johu. enforced excursionist, a pream Ing vagnbondla Incarnate. Derlnnletie hnmn hnnn1 .Am. fullat in tho night of dliwatla- wn. wngonlnas gypsy, a .tentless a iicineiiiian without a rendei- hardened hnnelnaa vnnrnr )h a melancholy life. "lonieas Morlln following an Mhle R learn. fm what humanity rightfully "enighted, forlorn and Incor- jje enfant "perdu." h- all theae am I, (L rults Mist Want Ada. KtrTirf! lit.' Kill, in STATU OF OltlCCON KOIl THK COl'VTY Ol- COIA'MHU James M. McNaughton, Muln.lirr 0, Q. Thayer mid Suaun G. Tliaye" I)efi'iiilnnts. Ily virtue of uii necutloti, Judg ment, de.rco and order of aalo la sued out of tint above entltlod Court In th above entliled can an to sip directed and dated the 19th day of August, 1819, upon a Judgment ren dired In mild Court on Hie 11th day of June, lm, in ravor of jame8 M MeNauKhton, plalntirf. und ajt.ilnnt C. O. Thayer and Suaun O. Thayer defendants, far tho sum of J2214.44, with Intereat thereon at lie rato nl elj;ht .r cent por onnuin from the 11th day of Junn, li, nnd tne hrther sum of $200.00 with Inter est thereon at the ra,to of six pnr per tent per annum from Juno nth, 1H19; and the further aum of $13.60 (.Gits snd dlaburseimin'a, snd the costs of snd uion this writ, com manding me to mule aalo of the fi llowlng described real property Muatcd In the County of Columbia, rnd StMo of Oregon, lo-wlt: The Northwest quarter of the Southeast quarter, tho Soulhenst quarter of Iho 8outhea.t quartor, the South half of the Houthweat quarter of the Southeast quarter; the North half of tho North half or tho South west quartor of tho Southeast quarter and the South hulf of the South half of the Southeast quurter of the Bouthweat quarter of Section Twenty-two (22) Township Sevon (7) North, Range Two (2) West of (the Willamette Meridian. Also the Northeast quarter of Section Twenty- seven (27) In Township Seven North, j Range Two (2) West or tho Wil lamette Meridian, excepting there from ten (10) acres In the Northwest corner thoreof, conveyed to one C. It. Crenshsw by deed recorded In Hook 13, page 608 or Deed Itecorda of suld County and State, Together with the tentments, hereditaments, and ap purtenances thereunto belonging or appertaining. Now, Therefore, by virtuo of said execution. Judgment, docrco and cider of sale, and In conn:il!ance with he commands of anld writ. I will on Monday, the 22nd dny of Sept ember. 1919, at 10:00 o'clock In tho foienoon thereof nt tho front door of tho Coutvty Court house In St. Hel ens, Columbia County, Orogon, sell at public auction, suhjed to redemp tion, to highest bidder for cash In band, all tho right, talc and Interest, w hich the within nan cd defendenla an each snd both of them, had on the lh dny of April. 1918, tho ditto of the mortgage heroin foreclosed, or since that date have acquired, la and to tho above described property, or any part thereof, and to satisfy said execution, Judgment, dciroo and cider of wile. Interest, costs and ac cruing costs. Dated this 20th day of August. 1919' H. E. LaDAUE. Sheriff of Columbia County, Oregon. List Issue. Sept. 19. 1919. ST. HELENS MIST, SEPTEMBER 12, 1$19 V mm mm . " ' 1 ???MWM,"MMaMM'MMM!gg!gJaaM : ; PROFESSIONAL CARDS if LODGES E. A. ROSS l uneral director Kmlmlmcr BuHlues. Phono 23 Res. Phone TS-lt Muit(""c UMg., St. Helens. Ore. IJK. C. E. WADE 1 liyslcUa aud Surgeon I'hane 99 Muckle "'Jit. St. Heloas, Ore. S. B. HOSKIN lotlat a. ti ?f"c ,n UftDlt Building 8t- 1Ielen'' Oregon DR L. GILBERT ROSS IMlVUIJ'liss u Office In Hank Uldg. st. Helens FRED W. HERMAN Attorney at Law Httluler' . Oregon DR. ALFRED . PEEL l'liyslclun and Surgeon lluuk Iluildlng SHolcns Oregon C. W. ROBISON Attorllcjr.ut-l.nw Suite 305 Spexarlh Bldg VUon 47 Astoria, Oregon ERWIN I. ROWE Attorney ul Law Rainier . Oregon (With E. H. JobcpU Roal Estate Co.) DR. S. II. RUSSELL Chiropractor MltH. ItlHHEM,. Ijidica Maascaso Moorllold Cabinet Steam Baths Hours 9 a. m. to ( p. m. I'hono 120-J St. Helens, Oregon GLEN R. METSKER Attorney Office In Dank Building I'hono 17 St. Helens, Ore. T. S. WHITE Undertaker anil Keneral Director County Coroner I'hoiie 64 ReBldencs phone 113-2 St. Helens, Oregon Notary PuMIc Conveyancing I. B. GODFREY Farms Houses City Jrfiis $0, tflO, $75 and up noma irudes t'ome in and see me Office with Columbia County Ab stract Company JOHN L. STORLA Attorney nt 1 jiw llowltt Building Tolephoi e 76-J St. Helens, Oregon. GEO. H. SHINN Attorney nt lnv St. Helaiis, Oiegosv J. W. DAY Attorney at 1 jiw Hank Bldg. St. Helens, Ore. theso and more Have Your House Painted Wo do flrat-cliias Interior or OutNlde TAINTING and UMHIIINfl WORK. Also DKCOKATINO Ustliimtcs glailly furnished. J. A. LARGE I'AINTF.H A PKCOItATOK Ht. Helens, Oregon CHARLES SOUTH VIOI.IMST Has resumed teaching in St. Helens snd can be found Thursdays at the Lidyard residence. St. Helens Lodge No 117. I. O. O. V. meets In the I O. t i. ..ii.li.. ttie seeinrl nurf f,,,11. a.i...jn.. . each month, visiting members are al ways given a hearty welcome. LLOYD E. ALLEN, N. O. C. W. BLAKESLEV, Secretary. Avon Lodge No. 62 Knights of I'ythlas meets every Tuesday eveu Ing In Castle Hall, St. Helens. Vis iting Knights always welcome. E. ADIN ROSS, C. C. EDISON I. BALLAGH, K. of n. and 8.. and M. of P. Tllllcum Tribe No. 62, Improved O. R. M., of Yankton, Ore., meets at Us wigwam, second and fourth Sat urdays of each month. V . O. HRANNON, C. of U. E. L. HYDE, Sachem. A St. Helens Lodge No. 32, )fV A. P & A. M. meets 1st ' and 3rd Thursday In each month. Vlsiling brothers cordially A. J. PEEL, W. M. E. E. QUICK, Secretary. The Loyal Order of Moose, St. Hel ens Lodge No. 1238. Meets the first and third Tuesdays of each month. All visitors cordially Invited. K. E. BJORKMAN, Dictator. J. D. M'DONALD, Secretary. Mlzpah Chapter O. E. S. meets In Masonic Hall the second aud fourth Suturdays of each month. Mrs. ELIZABETH ISBISTER, W.M. JOHN PHILIP, Secy. St. Helens Itebekah Lodge, No. 217, meets aecond and fourth Thurs day of each month In I. O. O. P. hall. Visiting members always welcome. ADELAIDE M. LEVI, N. G. ELLA A. ALLEN, Secretary. 8t. Helens Camp No. 10,999, Mod ern Woodman of America, meets the first Wednesday of each month In the I. O. O. P. hall. H. A. COLT, V. C. II. B. LA BARE, Clerk. ST. HELENS-PORTIAND AUTO LINE FRANK HIIUPAltD, Prop. SCHEDtl.K A. H. P. M. Lv. St. Helons 7:30 ' 1:30 Warren 7:45 1:46 Scappoose 8:00 2:00 Ar. Portland 1:20 3:20 Lv. Portland 10:00 4:00 Ar. St. Helens 11:60 6:60 Saturdays aud Sundays Special trip leaving St. Helens Ip.n Leave Portland 11pm. NATIONAL 8KCVIUTY AGENCY Bonded collection service every where, onded to City of Portland, onded representatives of Lawyers & ItankerB' Quarterly. Write for rates. 416 Panama Bldg 3rd. & Alder Sts. Portland , Oregon ST. HELENS ROUTE Via. Will.m.tt SWusk THE PEOPLES BOAT SIR. AMERICA I-cuvoa Portland dally - -2:30 p. m (Sunday 1:30 p. m.) Arrives St. Helens 6:00 p. m (Sunday 3:30 p. in.) f-enves St.' Helens - - - 6:15 a. m. Arrives Portland - - - 10:16 a. m. H. HOLMAN, Agent Makes all way landings. Wharf foot Aider street. Phones: Main 8323, A-4204. FRANK WILKINS. 8,1 Heleus Agent. Good for HillouHness ! "Two years aco I suffered fromi frequent attacks of stomach trouble and billouBnsss. Seeing Chamber-; lair's Tablets advertisod I concluded to try them I improved rapidly." Miss Emma Verbyke, Lima, Ohio. Sulem, September 22-27-Splendld agricultural, livestock, and indus trial exhibits, best of amusements, an excellent r.'.clng card, bigger and bet tor than over. A. 11. Lea, Secretary, Salem, Oregon. 36-4 3-5t Liberty Bonds Bought and Sold at Market Quotations SHERMAN N. MILES The Celebrated BERGMANN SHOE Awarded GOLD MEDAL P. P. I. E. San Francisco, 1916 The Strongest and Nearest Water proof Shoe Made l'On LOGGERS, CRUISERS, MJLLMEN AND ALL WORKERS TUEO. BERGMANN SHOE MFG. CO. 021 Thurman Street Portland ASK FOR THE BERGMANN WATERPROOF SHOE OIL Clock and Watch Repairing We are experts In this line. If the clock or watch is w-i th keeping it should be repaired. Bring it to ua. A FULL LINE OF Watches, Clocks, Cut Glass, and Jewelry VON A. GRAY .RELIABLE JEWELER AND WATCHMAKER R. CONSTANTIN PLUMBING, STEAM HEATING and SHEET METAL WORKS Stationary Wash Tubs and Bath Room supplies. West St. Helens Bakery S. HEUMANN, Proprietor pRESH BREAD, PIE, CAKE AND PASTRY. Every Day Special Orders, Solicited . Livery, Feed and Sale Stable DRAYING AND TRANSFER All Business Promptly Attended To PHONE IS Hello, Central! A 128 Yes, Bennett's Barber Quick and good service. J. L. CHITTEM EXPERT HORSESHOEING BLACKSMITH Wagon, Carriage, Anto Repairs ST. HELEN'S - OREGON THEY ARE IN Fall and Winter Merchandise of all descriptions. AMONG THEM COATS AND HATS Prices the Lowest Quality the Best ML RICEN Successor to M. Rosenthal St. Helens, Oregon 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 price. Our GROCEERY department is well stocked with seasonable and reliable groceries and our prices are lower than you obtain elsewhere. The People's Market Phone 40 St. Helens, Oregon Cooling Items for Hot Weather -Lunches -Salads -Sandwiches -Cold Meats Ice Cream Sodas Ice Cold Soft Drinks Fountain Specials Mt Hood Ice Cream Confections MASONS ST. HELENS, OREGON St. Helens Fllour ySvr" Wit 1 rilDFloijR MltLCa St. !. Or m as MAKES PURE WHITE BREAD and the best pastry Let your Grocer send you a sack nex time you order A HOME INDUSTRY PRODUCT HILL FEED OF ALL KINDS St. Helens Flour Mill Co. Do you want good Lumber at a reasonable price? If so, give us an opportunity to quote you prices. If you are going to build a house, a barn, a fence or will need lumber for any use, call or write us. It will be to your advantage. SILO STOCK We are making a specialty of getting out silo stock. Our prices are lower than you will obtain elsewhere. If you will give us a trial order, you'll then be convinced that we are telling you the truth. Make us prove it. Scappoose Lumber Co. - SCAPPOOSE, OREGON IVAf. H. DAV1ES ST. HELEN S.OREGON Prop. Ask your grocer for our BREAD. He has it and it is made In St. Helens.