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. ' Zx vyr TAX I HT" u ati: utatK OltEGON, KOH COL- ifclllA (Ol'NTV. I! :;! ..." iT. and ... M. Cil.bort. her i'ilUl. lH.f.-n.!....l.. T,. MllllCI tlHIMI UlllMTll. 1 J'r, II U. nn-1 I'. M. (llllmrt Imp ,uXml. '" al,"v" ''"fU" . . . ... ... ... i.r inn Minin fii ijiu l I ill IS 11 III" 1 " " . a Hut iittriMir Of tho I'Ki ..in 1 . ... Hi r Imvliu: uii Intnri-si hi or il It 1 0 " "'. ll,,,..,, ,1... :on. t'' 't: Ths uixll vt.loil onoolgnin inifnmr I'llrV... thirty-' wo (32) In Town- j, v.t f H' Willamette Morl.l ."."'the mi" of record, are Vouch of you l lirly notified ih plaintiff. J '" HI'Hrp. , lh. un. r nti.t l ol.lor of ft c.TUln J rllfli't of delinquency, IirIiik .i.cir of the County of ( olumhln, iiii of OP K'Mi. covering llm rtfilln i nunliiHt nml lev- .-nil above dem'rllmd prop- It, tnr th vc:ir 1914. In thn nutu ,( Twniy r O V n n .7 21 lioll.irit wiiirn nimrn iiunr ,,1 .t the ruin of 15 per cent por lnum from tli" l'o ' l'l " (lct. '"' """ "' piniiiuii nun I Mnl(llr I"1V" " imm'iiiirii lint mid levied upon until above rcrlM property. Willi penalties. irMt am' "irrni,n. which ure thi'il lo M r.-iliriri Of ilollu lumrr which bear intercut ni rsli'i lie r". nu 1 1 or pi lunn, iroiu l.dniM o' '" rn,poctlis pnyniontH. follow, to wn: inn un .luiii.irr 30. 1920. for ; yoar I'D itt K" rnto of 12 por nt p"r annum; .A on l.irii.iry 30. 1920. fo. ,n jrcar 191: nt tho rlo of 13 pet :,l pr riiiiuiii; J7. on April 3, 1917. for llit r 1913. nt Hi ' rata or 16 por ni pr suniiiii; 3S on April s, l. 7, for llio yonr !i, it in rnio i-i id pt-r ri'in pi'r num; H0J on April 3. 1917, for tin. r 1114, nt ilia r.tto of 16 pur crin niium; on April '., 191 S. flmt tin If isim (nr lh leiir 1917. hi Hi.i (i of 1! piT rout por mi ii ii iii ; 17. : on (Hii'iM .- h. ivih, RKoomi ,f of mot for ili'i yriir 1917. nt tho rnla of 12 ptr cunt pur untium- 19.93 on Muy 21, tlrHl f )f tuxoii for llio yar t rulo of 12 p..r tout ,,r annum; an I 9.73 on Ortot,r 4. 119. WM:, linlf of tuxoii fp tlin year IK 18 . tlio rule of 12 p.,r aunt pr unnurii Von nro ln,r,liy furllmp notlfli., mul n.iiilro(l to appear wl.1,1,, aixty iluy nftcp thn itutn of tlio frHt pulill cntlon of tills Muntifioim. pjcIuhivo of thn ilny of aul.l flrat pul.llcatlon nml di.foiiil tho art lou op pay th umount dun. liiolu,lli,K nil tt,0 abovo I1IIIHI..I iuiiih. the ln.or.-Ht thi.ro.m an I th coat of thlil action, . ttr1 ,nr"ly 'urthor n.)tlfl llmt lh pliilnllff ho appl,,.i t u,. ( Irrult Court of the Hlulu of ()rKoii for Columbia County for a Ju.lirmoiit unci ilorr.m for tho furodoiiuro of the lion c f audi tm.-a upon ami aKaliiHr mid abovo (lomrrllmU luiul and pn-ni-Ihoh. mid that If you full no to up. poar nnd dofi-nd or pay the amount duo. n din-pen will bo rendered by uld Court forecloMltiK tho lion of mild lux.H, uud tlm poniillloH, lntr Ht mid con. nKiiltiHt tho land ami prninlsim above nnmod and doitcrlliiMl. ThlH miminoim la puhllnliod in the HI. Iloloim Mint of St. nHf Ore Kon, oiiro rarh wook f.)r alxty days by ordop of tho. Honorable J. A. K:ikln, Judge of n above on titled Court, whlrli ordor wn innilu on M iroh 1 21 It. 1820. nnd tlio date of th flr! publication of thin num inonn m Marrh 1, ljjo, and Hi. dnto of tho hint publication will be May 7, 1920. All procHH and pupora In thin ac Hon muy bo Hcrvcd upon the un.lor nIkiii, who buve biiI.imtIIkiiI thlx auiiimonn uttornoya for and In be half of mild plaintiff, at their adilrcio f.04 HoIIIiik llulldlng. I'ortland. Ori- Kon. f. U. 8TAUII. M A. Z.JI.I.1N0EK, A.tornoys fop l'lulntlff. TIIE ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. MARCH 19, 1$20. SIMMONS I OltKCI.OHl It!'. Ill' KI I INVI IAT TAX KKTII ICATK IN TIIK CIKCUT COI UT OK TIIK 8TATK OK OHKOON, KOIt COl. I'M hi a cor.vrv. Jo.hii U Sharp. l'lulntlff. va. Vic tor HUrli, liofouilnnt. To Victor lunch, tho above named dofnuiliint: In the Name of tho State of Ore gon: You, mi the Owner of the IorhI llllii to or havltiK to Internal In or lien or claim upon tho following de ncrlliod ronl property, altuate In tho County of Columbia. Slate of Ore Run, to It: Tim undivided nnn-olnlith Interest In th'i Northwoxt quarter (NWU) of Section thirty-two (32) In Town Hhlp flvo (6) North of Hange two (2) WihI of tho Willamette Merld- St. Helens Iron &. Marine Works Foot of St. Helens Street St. Helen, Ore. A completely equipped shop for all kinds of machine work, mat i iie work, welding, hra'ing. general machine and blacks nith work. Kring us your work. No job I too small, none loo large. Prices reasonable consis tent with r ood workmanship. J.W.AKIN.Mor. C.B. DUCKWORTH, Asst. Mgr. W. A. LEVI, Sec'y.-rTeas. Stock - Quality Price When You Netd Anything in General Merchandise Drop In! Ladies' Skirts, Waists, Coats - Dry Goods, - Dresses Shoes for the whole family - Gents Furnishings - And Every thing that's good to eat. A. T. KIBLAN Tol 35 (One block east depot) St. Helens, Oregon lun. the name appear of rocord, art Johho It. Sharp, H ttio owner and "lor of a certain tax certificate of lolli..,uenry, Mr.K numbered 187, loarlntc du.o of November 22. 1916 homed by tbo Tax Collator of the County of Columbia. S.ute of Oro Kn. coverliiK the clelln.iuout taxes HjiNOBHO.1 aKiilnat nnd levied upon Bald above dnmTlbed property for the year lM, In tho Hum of Twenty-Seven and 22-100 ($27.22) Dollar. wMch hour lnteroat nt tho rate of 15 pet cent per annum from the dnte of nald certificate, und that the pli-.lntlff aim hln BHNlKnor have paid taxea aeneaaed HKulriHt and lovled upon laid above described proporty, with penaltleH. IntereKt and o,Ht thereon, which are added to nald certificate of delln 'luency nnd which boar Intereat nt he rules hereinafter got forth, from the dutPH of tho respective paymontu nt followa, to-wit: $19.53 on January 30, 1920 foi the year 1909 at tho rnte of 12 por cent per annum; 122.30 on January 30, 1920 for the year 1910, at the rate of 12 per cent per tin nun; 2K16 on January 30, 1920, for the year 1911 at the rate of 12 per cent per annum; 16.08 on January 30, 1920, for the your 1912 at the mtn nf i ? ... cent per annum; 127 66 on April 3, 1917, for the year 1913, at tho rule of 15 per cent per annum; I1K 32 on April 3. 1917. for the your 1915, at the rate of 15 per cent pe.' annum; 114 02 on April 3, 1917. for the ya 1916, at tho rate of 15 per cent pe,' annum: $7.93 on April 6. 1918, first half of taxes for the year 1917, at the rate of 12 per cent per annum; $7.93 on October 6, 1918, second naif of tnxos for tho year 1917, a the rate of 12 per cent per annum; $9.92 on May 21, 1919, first half of taxes for the year 1918, at the rate on 12 per cent per annum; and $9.73 on October 4, 1919, second half of taxes for the year 1 9 1 8. at tho ruto of 12 per cent per annum. You are heroby further notified and required to appear within sixty days after dato of the first publica tion of fills summons, exclusive of the day of said first publication, and dofond the action or pay tho amount duo. Including all the above named sums, tho Interest thoreon and the costs of this action. Vou aro hereby further notified that the plaintiff has applied to the Circuit Court of the Stnto of Oregon for Columbia County for a Judgment nnd decree for the foreclosure of the lien of such taxes upon and against said nbovo described lund and prem ises, and that If you full so to appear und defend or pay the amount due, a decree will bo rendered by said Court foreclosing tho lien of said taxes, and tho penalties. Interest nnd costs, against tho land and prem ises above named and described. This summons Is published in the HL Helens Mist, of St. Helena, Ore gon, once each week for sixty days by ordor of tho Honorable J. A. Kakln, Judgo of tho above entitled Court, which order wna made on Murch 12th, 1920, and the date of tlio first publication of this sum mons is Murch 19, 1920, and tho dato of the last publication will be Muy 7. 1920. All process nnd papers In this ac tion may bo scrvod upon the under signed, who huvo subscribed this summons as attorneys for and in be half of said plaintiff, at their ad dress 504 Soiling llulldlng, Portland, Oregon. C. L. ST A nit. M. A. ZOLLINGER, Attorneys for l'laintiff. per annum: $7.92 on April 6, 1918, first half of taxes for the year 1917, at the rate of 12 per cent per annum; $7.93 on October 5, 1918, second half of taxes for the year 1917, at tho rate of 12 per cent per annum; $9.93 on May 21, 1919, first half of taxea for the year 1918, at the rate of 12 per cent per annum; and $9.73 on October 4, 1919. second half of taxes for the year 1918, at the rate of 12 per cent per annum You are hereby further notified and required to appear within sixty (lays after date of the flrat publica tion of this summons, exclusive of the day of said first publication, and da fend the action or pay the amount due. Including all tho above named sums, the Interest thereon and the costs of this action. You are hereby further notified that the plaintiff has applied to the Circuit Court ef the State of Ore gon for Columbia County for a Judg ment and docrifl for tho foreclosure of tho lien of such taxes upon and against said above described land and premises, an that If you full so to appear and defend or pay tho amount, due, a decree will be render ed by said Court foreclosing the lien of said taxes, and the penalties, In terest and costs, against the land and premises above named and de scribed. This summons Is published In the St. Helens MlBt of St. Helens, Ore gon, onco each week for sixty days hv order of the Honorable J. A RnHn, Judge, tf the nhoe entitlea Court, which order was made on March 12th, 1920, and the date of tho first publication of this sum mons is March 19, 1920, and the dato of tho last publication will be May 7, 1920. All process and papers In this ac tion may be served upon the under-; Signed, who have mihvrihAil thla summons as attorneys for and In be half of said plaintiff, at their ad dress 604 Belling riulldlng, Portland. Oregon. C. L. STATtlt, M. A. ZOLLINGER, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Your Check is as Good as Gold at thl bank. In fact It Is fa better t)ian gold for most trans actions. It is a voucher and a receipt. It cannot be lost or stolen. It Is a record of a transaction accepted In any court. If you have no' bank ac count, wo advise you to open one here. There are many sound business reasons for do ing 80. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Member Federal Reserve System CIIAS. GRAHAM, President. H. A. CIIILD3, Cashier. Mist Want Ads have a reputation for getting results. If you have any thing to BCll. Want tn hnv anmolhlnv or need help, try one. Butter Prices May Seem High, But- this Is an aftermath of the great war and what goes up must come down, you know. In tho meantime, the quality of our best creamery butter re mains as fine as ever. Put some of our butter on your table today and spread it on your new all-wheat bread. Gee but It will taste goodl St. Helens Co-Operative Creamery Assn. The Product of Experience The sensible size of the Chevrolet "Four-Ninety" Touring Car assures both riding comfort and low " operating cost. It is a roomy car three passengers being comfortably accomodated in the back seat. It is heavy enough to hold the road at all times light enough to be easy to handle and economical of gasoline and tires. Chevrolet dependability is so well established that you can buy this handsome touring car with entire confidence. COPELAND AUTO CO. Columbia Street, hone 87 St. Helens, Oregon TALK WITH HINSON I Have Sold Almost every piece of property that has been listed with If! the imoi i t i tnr ho i lvv" years, x now nave ciuju"i oms. farms, and other property. Do You Want to Sell beef hUS0' l0t' busine88 property, farm land ? I would Phased to have vou list thm uith m. Wanl t0 buy a home Ihve them from $300 up. y terrriQ W. T. HINSON Real Estate Insurance. Next door to Bennett's Barber Shop. St. Helens, Oregon. SI MMONS l KOItKCI.OSl'IlK Ol' UKI.IVOl KXT TAX CKUTIKUWTK IN TIIK CI1KT1T COURT OF THE STATE OK OREGON, FOR COL- CM11IA COUNTY. Jesse 11. 81mrp, rialntlff, vs. Vic toria Lawton, Defendant. To Victoria Uiwtou, the above named defendant: in the Name of the State of Ore gon: You, as the ownor of the legal title to or having nn Interest In or lien or cliilm upon tho following de scribed real property, sltuato In the County of Columbia, State of Ore gon, to-wit: Tho undivided onc-olKhth Interest In tho Northwest quarter (NV?4) of Section thirty-two (32) Town ship flvo (B) North of Range two (2) West of the Willamette Merid ian. as tho nanio appears of record, are hereby notified that tho plaintiff, Jesse R. Sharp, Is the owner and holder of a certain tax certificate of delinquency, being numbored 188, bearing date of November 22, 1916, Issued by tho Tnx Collector of the County of Columbia, Stnte of Ore gon, covering tho delinquent taxes assessed against and levied upon said above described property for the yeai 1914, In tlio Bum of Twenty-Seven and 22-100 ($27.22) Dollnrs which bears Interest at tho rate of 15 per cent por annum from tho dnte of said certificate, and that the plain tiff and his assignor hnvo paid taxes issessed against nnd levied upon said above described property, with penal ties, Interest and cost thereon, which are added to said certificate of de linquency aud which bear Interest at tho rates horolnnfter set forth, from the dntos'of the respective pay ments, as follows, to-wit: 18.99 on January 30, 1920, for tho yonr 1908 at the rate of 12 per emit per annum; $19. B0 on January 30, 1920, for the year 1909 at tho rate of 12 per cent per annum; $22 33 on January 30, 1920, for the year 1910, at the rate of 12 por cent per annum; $28 11 on January 30, 1920, for tho year 1911 at the rate of 12 per cent' per annum; 118 06 on January 30, 1920, for the year 1912, at tho rate of 12 por oent per annum; ... $27 66 on April 3. 1917. for the year 1913. nt tho rnte of 15 per cent PP$,n8n.32mo:n April S. 1917. for the year 191 B. at the rnte of 16 per cent IM cTon April 3. 1917. for the year 1916, at tho rate of IS por cent Mist Want Ads for Results "Let's top it off with a good smoke" NOTHING touches the spot like a good smoke and nothing can touch Chesterfields for genuinely "satisfying" body and flavor. In Chesterfields 'the finest of silky, aro matic Turkish and rich, mellow Domestic tobaccos are blended to bring out a new and finer quality of flavor.' , Now you know why Chesterfields "Satisfy! 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