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ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 24. 1919 ill i ! !! ' iff ' ! i; 1; V n 11 tamed Every Friday tjr IHK MIST PUBLISHING COMPANY O. D. HEILBORN....VU President and Manager. 8. C. MORTON Editor HVBSCRIPTIOV IUTES One Tear $2.00 Six Months 100 Entered aa aecond-clais matter. January 101b. lilt, at the Poatofflce at 8t Helena. Orecon, under the act of March Jrd. 1871. . COTJNTT OFFICIAL PAPEIX MKMBSK T. HILtN CtUHIM Of COMMKItCI Member National Editorial Asso ciation and Oregon Stato Editorial Association. ACCOMPLISHES Ml'CH Every member of the St. Helens Chamber of Commerce should read the report of Executive Secretary Storla, which elves a brief resumt of the work of the chamber during the past ten months. It Is a record of which the members may well feel proud, because It Is a record of something accomplished for the good of the community. Beginning in a small way, the Chamber of Commerce has grown and practically all of the 'membership has been loyal to the purposes of the organization. This Is one of the reasons why there has been something accomplished an 1 will be a reason why more will be accomplished during the year to come. Such an organixatlon with such a manifest spirit is a great asset to any community and the Mist feels that the St. Helens Chamber of Commerce hasf-Just gotten fairly started on the road of usefulness to the community and that the little things which have been taken care of indicates that the larger matters will come and be Just cs ably handled. AX OUNCE OP PRECAUTION' In many cities over the country substantial sums are being appro priated for measures to prevent a re currence this winter of the terrible epidemic of influenza which last year took a toll of 600,000 lives In the United States and Canada. The city of Cincinnati lias appropriated $78. 000 to further this work and also for the examination of those persons who recovered but who, in many cases, were left with heart or lung - weaknesses. In this movement tht insurance companies, who were heavy losers through the epidemic, are giving constructive assistance. The health officials of every city owe it to the people of their community to take like steps. A drive for 10,000 new membirj for tha Republican party will be started in New York shortly, accord ing to plans formulated at a meeting of the Women's State Executive .Committee. This campaign will bn directed by Mrs. William H. Ives. who has Instructed her aides' throughout the state to gather into the fold at least fifty new members in each election district. Mrs. A. L. i I.lvermore, state chairman of tl:3 Women's Executive Committee, re ports complete organization in every, county. .. i SUMMONS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE STATE OV REGON FOR COL UMBIA COUNTY. Octave Trambley, Plaintiff, vs. . . Eugenie Trambley, Defendant. To Eugenia Trambley, above nam-sd defendant: In the Name of the State of Ore gon: You are hereby commanded to appear and answer the con-plaint filed against you In the above en titled suit within six weeks from tne date (f the first publication of this summons and it you fall to so appear and answer tho plaintiff will take a decree against you at prayed for In his complaint, to-wlt: dissolving the marriage contract now and hereto fore existing between plr.lutlff and yourself. This summons is served upon you by publication hereof in the St. Hel ens Mist once a woek for six con secutive weeks, pursuant to tn order of the Hon. J. A. Eakln. Judge of the above entitled Court, duly ruade and entered on the 9th day of September, 1919. GEO. Ef.TES, E. M. MORTON. W. B. KAUKFMAN. Attorneys for Plaintiff Address: 304-7 Lumbermen Build ing, Portland, Orejon. Date of first pub. Sept. 12, 1919. Drte of lr.st pub. Oct. 24. 1919. SUMMONS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR COI. UMBIA COUNTY. Lena A. Rice, Plaint irf, vs. James F. Rice, Defendant. To James F. Rice, Defendant. In the Name of the State of Ort gon: You are hereby required to ap-j pear and answer ilm mmnliint against you In the above entitled suit on. or nerore the 7th day of Novem ber, 1919, that being the last day of the time nTORprlhnH In ths nrHo. t Court for publication of this sum- muns. ana ir you r.-.il to so appear and .answer, the nlnlntirr win your default to be entered and apply "j mo ipuri aoove named Tor the re lief demanded In said complaint, to- Wit: For a APCTPB rfieonlvlnir fl. bonds of matrlmohy existing between iHninuii ana aerennant ; that plain-, tiff be declared to be the owner oi Lots 3 and 20 In pwv iio n.. City of St. Helens, Columbia rounty, wrcKun, oi me nousenoid nnd kitchen furniture and of the S v. i: ni n,. N. E. 0f Section 3, Townnhip 16 South Range 6 West of Willamette Meridian, In Lane county, Oregon. Tills summon la nniiii,n i. order of the Honorable Martin White Judgeof the County Court of Ora'on for Columbia County, made and dated September 24, 1919, which order prescribes that service of sum mons In this suit, be made upon by publication once r. week for six con secutive weeks, which time will be gin to run from the date of the first publication hereof, to-wit: September .6th 1919. Last publication. Novem ber 7, 1919. J. W. DAY. r, Attorney for Plaintiff. Residence and Postoff!ce Address: St Helens, Oregon. No. 0583! NOTICE tF UNA I. AtVOl T NOTICE OK CONTEST Kntinri Johnson Kt:ile Depart men t of the Interior, United ' Notice Is hereby given lh:,l Him uii Stntes Land Office, Portland. Ore-I designed, as admlnlstrati r of thr gon. Oclobor 20th, ll. Iistntu of S.u incl Jiitili.ion, deeeimod. To Henry Jenn August Hoffman, of , ),.,, Mh iIiUI ,-,.)Uiit In III" 804 Russell Street or Columbia, fountv Court t f Hie St;it of Ore- Hotel, Portland, Oregon. lii-,or. fur Columbia County, ami llmt tostee: You are hereby notified that Khoda C. Crane, who gives Scup poose, Oregon. It V. IV Hnx 6S. as her jMist-offlce address, did on June 6th. 1919. file In thU ufflco her duly Corroborated application to contest mid secure the cancellation of your Homestead. Entry Serial No J58S2. made August 21st, 191 8. for the WH of NE. Section 21, Town ship 8 North. Range 3 West Wil lamette .Meridian, and as grounds fot his content he alleges that said Henry Jean August Hoffman made his said application and the same was n proved August !lst. 1918, and he has not received any extension of 1 gor. Situnluy, the Stli day of Novel iber. 1919. al t!ie hour of 10 o'clock In the fun-noun f s.ild day, and the Court Room of said Court, has been appointed by said Court as the time and place for Hie lieiirl'iif of oil irelo :nd I he sett lement tie Jrctlons thereof. . Dated a 10, 1919. J. W. 11. y id firnt published October JOHN 1IKHI.1NIV Ailii: in 'ct r.'.tor Attorney 43 47 Siinvrt l.rutltinle Mrs William I'ell. Loguiispiirt. Ind , writes. "1 deem It my duty to as ui rv.,y express my gratitude for the good lime of record for niakl M M ry , ,,.,,,., ,. ,, ,,. ratd "lt ,or " ' no ,H,s have " e apsel since the approval of m.U -ck of diarrhoea l,re years ago application and the sld applln,:.. H,e only medicine thai relieved .... .....,.,.1 h, 1. 1,. .1,1 hn 11,1 in f has not erected a habitable huildiiK or established legal residence upon said lands as required by law and that the applicant for contest here by represents that Henry Jean Aug ust Hoffman Is the above mentlone! entryman-und that b's absence from the said lands and his failure to ei tabllsh legal residence thereon with in the period required by law was not due to his employment In the army, navy or marine corns or other military or naval .organization de scribed in the Act of U. S. Congress of July 2"!ih. 1917. You are. therefore, further noti fied that Hie said allegations will b taken as conesfsed und your said en try will be cancelled without further riuht to he heard, either before thl office or on appeal. If you fall to file In this office within twenty days r.fter the FOURTH publication of this notice, as shown below, your answer, under oath, specifically responding to these allegations of contest, to gether with due proof that you have served a copy of your answer on the said contestant, either In p.-rsc n ir by registered mail. You should state in vour answer the name of the post office in wbl.-'i ou desire future notices to be s ri1, to you. ALEXANDER SWEEK. Re.l'st'-r GEO. I. SMITH, Receiver Date of first publication, Oct 21. 1919. Date of second jiubllcatloti, Oct 31. 1919. Dato of third public lion, Nov 7. 1S'9. Dale of fourth publication, Nov 14. 1919 U. S. DeSpaln, who for Hie past four months has been working with the government In building a high way from Enterprise, Oregon, through I lie Wallowa Reserve, re turned to St Helens Monday night, having completed Hie Job. The eleva tion there is 5000 feet above sea level end DeSpuIn said It v.-as renin? pretty cold when lie b ft. "Why not half sole your shoes with, automobile tires. They are guaran r. teed for 5,000 miles and as the aver-, . iage man doesn't walk over 2 m'les i a, day one pair of soles .would last, - him about 6 years. Ex. ; - ' ' i r Eight billion dollars worth of dia mond3 are to be brought to the U. S. this year. Some of us will have to , smoke okum to get any satisfaction out of that news it,era. Ex. ARMISTICE DAY BALL AT KELSO; A grand patriotic and military ball will takte place at McDonough's nan, Kelso, Washington, the even ing of Armistice Day, Tuesday, No vember 11, 1919, under the auspices of Guy Rathbun Post, No. 25, Amer ican Legion of Kelso. The Legion boys are preparing to give their guests the best time of the year, and the event will be one long to be ro membered. Best of Jazzy muHlc. AH service men are requested to wear heir uniforms. Proceeds go to the American Legion Post. Admission 81.00. Spectators, 25 cents. Care of the Nails Is carefully provided for here are the best to be had any where. We have Bets of vari ous kinds and separate pieces also. We also, of course, have the best of powders, pustes. soaps, polishes, etc. We Invite you to see the display. Our manicure sets and goods A, J. Deming, druggist ST. HELENS, OREGON CHANGE IN TIME If rOU Want tO he nn tlmo anA aal back to the-"ntH Hm this: The clocks of the nation are to ne turned back at 2:00 o'clock on Sunday morning, October 26th. Of course. If you want to get back that hour's sleep that you loBt early In the spring, why just turn the hand of the clock back before you retire, provided you retire before 2 a. m Remember the date, 8unday, October 26th. and also remember to turn the hands of the clock BACK. AMERICAN LEGION The next meeting of Columbia Post American Legion will be held in the county court room Monday evening, November 3rd. At this meeting, the members will receive their Identification card and Ameri can Legion pins. The local past now has close to 100 members and from the interest manifest, it is confidently expected that in the near future, this number will be doubled. Grange Notice Pomona Orange will meet with Clatskanle Grange Saturdey Novem ber 1st, 1919. A. H. TARBELL. V : Master. Have You a Tidy Surplus Tucked Away P VERYBODY should be able to answer "Yes" to that question for it is evidence that one is look ing out for the future. We not only encourage the opening of accounts here at tht Columbia County Bank-but do everything we can to encourage those accounts Growing. For one thing we pay a liberal rate of interest. "THE COMMUNITY BANK" SHERMAN M. MILES President vryj vice ST0NE Cashier ttTffi OREGON i -t i? t- war When You Have A Blowout "BLOW IN HERE" Quick Service and Expert Work - Tire Retreading and Vulcanizing Don't throw the old tire awav. Bring it to us am, if it is worth fixing, we will repair it for you Copeland Bros. Auto Co. Hewitt Bldg., St. Helens A HOME , ;' j is not complete without a riodern Bathroom a It is as essential as a kitchen price. reasonable. Let me show you how iS -it will cost you to make your hom modern. 5 R. CONSTANTS THE PLUMBER . Hewitt Building - St. Hele ft,. You Can't Match the Quality of Our Groceriei Courteous Service Reasonable Pricei Completeness of Stock We carry a complete line of General Mer thar.disc and our prices will alwayj stand the Test of Comparison. Celine Lubricating Oil J. L. Williams & Sons Phone 34 W Moulton, (Weil St. Helens) Oregm Mist Want Ads Bring Rer -Make the Home More Comfortable turning on uiv soon you will need a stove to warm and make fe nuusc comioriaiiie. Heaters from $3.50 to $28.00 Qy CROWN UNIVERSAL E. G. DITTO HARDWARE, STOVES, RANGES, PAINTS, BUILDING SOW"8 St. Helens, Oregon torr lot I fou 1 C Tl Vort fel 3 in coumbTaCC Bounty !t. II, " .