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THE ST. HELENS MIST. PRTPAY. APRIL 30. 1920.
PAGE SIX Nancy Johnson Steenberf and John Doe Steenberg. her husband; also all other persons or parties unknown cluimlng any right, title, estate, lien or interest in tho real estate describ ed In the complaint herein. Defen dants: In the Name of t. e State of Ore gon you are hereby required to ap pear and answer the complaint filed against you In the above entitled suit, within six weeks from March 19th. 1920, the date of the first publication of this summons; nnd it you fail so to answer for want there of the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded In the complaint, to-wit: for a decree against you quieting the lit'.e of the plaintiff to the real estate described In the complaint, to-wit: the West half of the South East quarter and the South half of tne South Wmt (quarter of Section High: tn Township and S1X ortn oi uan;e rio viesi. y SIMMONS IX FORKCI.OSIKE OK UKUVOVKNT TAX CKKTIKICATK IN THE CIRCUIT COl'KT OF THE STATE OK OREGON, FOR COL. L'MBIA COUNTY. Jesse R. Sharp, Plaintiff, ta. Vic tor Uisch, Defendant. To Victor Bisch, the above named defendant: In the Name of the State of Ore gon: You, as the owner of the legal title to or having an interest tn or lien or claim upon the following de scribed real property, situate in tub County of Columbia, Slate of Or gon, to-wlt: The undivided one-eighth Interest In the Northwest quarter (NVV) of Section thirty-two (32) In Town ship five (5) North of Range two (2) West of the Willamette Merid ian, as the game appears of record, are hereby notified that the plaiutin,! Jesse R. Sharp, is the owner holder E'EJ; "nTer 19T.!tu. of an order of the County Judge of a certain tax certificate of . " l oiumoia ,ou. iy lency. being numbered 1S7. This summons Is publ shed bv vlr. " w ' . . . . . , .. 'Ilia tt nn nriWr ftf thft ( lluntV JUtlCC Issued by the Tax Collector of the County of Columbia. State of Ore gon, covering the delinquent taxes assessed against and levied upon said above described property for tho year 1914. tn the sum of Twenty-Seven and 22-100 ($27.22) Dollars which bears interest at the rate of 15 per cent per annum from the date of said certificate, and that the plaintiff anu his assignor have paid taxes assessed against and levied upon said above described property, with penalties. Interest and cost thereon, which are! added to said certificate of deliu quency end whici bear interest at the rates hereinafter set forth, from the dates of the respective payments as follows, to-wit: 119.63 on January 30, 1920, foi the year 1909 at tho rate of 12 per cent per annum; 122.30 on January 30, 1920, of Columbia County, ori-eon. made on tho loth day f March lS-'O, a! recting !" same to be published in the St. Helens Mist, a newspaper of general circulation published at ! Helens, Columbia Comity, Oregon Date of firs; publication, March 19th. 1920 Date of last publication, April 30, 1920. K SLEIGHT, Plaintiff's attorney, P. O. Address 1S24 Yeon Bldg., Portland, Oregon. of the above entitled Court, dnted j Hrcult Court of 'Ihi "J,"; Uarhh 23. 1920. and by said order I - foresaid for a '".S" d. .he date of first publication thereof I'1"1 I T . "V Mld 0er. lificaie. And you are further sum ".nd to appear within .UlH ml 111 II'HIUIU VI kit" I I I I H will bo March 26, I'JZO, and the dtild of last publication thereof May V, 1920. J. N. rE ARCY, E. J. MENUKNHALL. Attorneys for Pl.-.Intiff. Post of fice address 924 Chamber of Com merce, Portland, Oregon. i.ft.ir tho Mimmona exclusive ot u .. i. in. nl. in. and this action or pay tne ''"'"-," as above shown together with costs ,md accrued Interest at 13 per cent SIMMONS WW l'UU.IC.TIO l. per annum from me - KOUKt I.OSl KK OF TAX 1.1 KN of pa.Miient. anu in cao -" IN Tilt) CIRCUIT COURT OK THSiliire to do so. a Decree win f.,p.,. .m nir tli i.ien in day defend NOTICE OK SALE OK GOVERN MENT TIMHEK GENERAL LAND OFFICE. Wash ington, D. C. March 24, 1920. Notice is hereby given that sub ject to the conditions and limitations of the Act of June 9, 1916 (39 Stat rn-)21S), and the instructions of the the year 1910. at the rate of 12 per cent per annum; $28 16 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 year 1912 at the rate ot 12 pii cent per annum; $27.66 on April 3. 1917, for the year 1913, at the rate ot 15 per cent per annum; $18.32 on April 3, 1917, for the year 1915, at the rate ot 15 per cent per annum; $14.02 on April 3, 1917. for the year 1916, at the rate of 15 per cent per annum; $7.93 on April 6, 1918, first half ot 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, ai the rate ot 12 per cent per annum; $9.92 on May 21, 1919, first half of taxes tor the year 1918, at the rate of 12 per cent per annum; and $9.73 on October 4, 1919, second halt 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 days after date of the first publica tion of this summons, exclusive of the day of said first publication, and defend the action or pay the amount due, including all the 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 of the State of Oregon for Columbia County for a judgment and decree for the foreclosure ot the lien ot such taxes upon and against said above described land and prem ises, and that if you fail so to appear and defend or pay the amount due, a decree will be rendered by said Court foreclosing the lien of said taxes, and the penalties, interest and costs, against the land and prem ises above named and described. This summons is published in the St. Helens Mist, of St. Helens, Ore gon, once each week for sixty days by order of the Honorable J. A. Eakln, Judge of the above entitled Court, which order was made on March 12th, 1920, and the date ot the first publication of this sum mons is March 19, 1920, and the date of the last publication will be May 7, 1920. All process and papers In this ac tion may be served upon the under signed, who have subscribed thU summons as attorneys for and tn be half of said plaintiff, at their ad dress 504 Selling Building, Portland, uregon. C. L. STARR, M. A. ZOLLINGER, Attorneys for Plaintiff. NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT Ferdinand August Blumberg Es tate. Notice ts hereby given that the un dersigned, as administrator of the Estate of Ferdinand August Blum- Derg, deceased has filed his final account in the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Columbia Coun ty, ana that Saturday, the 1st dav of May, 1920, at the hour of 1 o'clock In tho afternoon of said dav and th Court room of said County Court have been appointed by said Court as the time and place for the hearing of iniBci'ons inereto ana the settlement mereoi. A. L. STONE. Administrator of the Estate of eratnand August Blumberg, de , a, U 16-20-5t j. w, uay, Attorney. SUMMONS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON. FOR THE UOLIS I x OF COLUMBIA. Kitan-Wentworth Timber Com pany, a corporation. Plaintiff, vs. Henry Johnson and Mary Doe John son, his wife. David Jnhn Jane Doe Johnson, his wife, Tony Johnson and Eliza Doe Johnson, his wife, Albert Johnson and Sarah Doe jonnson, nis wife, Wikter Johnson and Kate Doe Johnson, his wife, Nancy Johnson Steenberg and John Doe 8tenberg her husband; also all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien, or interest In the real estate de- seriDea in tne complaint herein, De fendants. To Henry Johnson nnd Mary Doe Johnson, his wife, David Johnson and Jane Doe Johnson, his wife, Tony Johnson and Eliza Doe Johnson, his wife, Albert Johnson and Sarah Doe Johnson, his wife, Wikter Johnson and Kate Dot Johnson, his wife, Secretary of the Interior of Septem ber 15, 1917, the timber on the fol lowing lands will be sold May 19, 1920, at 10 o'clock a. m., at public auction at the United States land office at Portland, Oregon, to the highest bidder at not less than the appraised value as shown by this STATE OK OKEtiON, FOR COL UMBIA COUNTY. II. M. Wharton. Plaintiff, vs. Owners Unknown, Frank U. tlydu, uud also all other persons or parties un known claiming any right, title, estate, lien or intorest ill tho real estate described la the Complaint herein. Defendant.!. To Owners Unkuowr , Frauk S. Hyde, and also all other persons or par ties unknown chiming any right, title, estate, lien or Interest In the real estate ilest-rtbed In the complaint herein. Defendants: In tho Name of tne Slate of Ore gon: You and each i f you nro hereby notified that H. n. Wharton, tho holder of certificate of Delinquency Numbered 219. Issued April 17. 191.. by the Tax Collector of Columui.t County, Oregon, for the umount of $2.76, the same being the amouui then duo and delij quent for taxes for the year 1915. together w penalty. Interest ai d costs thereon upon the real property assessed to ...-.o ....v. ....... , - . , i , .1. ...... I Taxes and costs against mo iaim uu premises above named. This sum minis is published by order of llou Murllu White, Judge of the t ount) Court of the State of Oregon for I ol iiuibia County, and nald order wai mudu and dated April 7. 1920. am i he dato of the first publication ol this summons Is April Kth, 1920. All process and papers In this pro reeding may be Bcrved upon the un dersigned residing within the Stale of Oregon at St. Helens. Oregon. J. W. KAY. Attorney for the Plaintiff NOTICE TO CHK.MTOIW IN THE COUNTY COURT OK THE STATE OK OREGON. FOR COL U Mill A COUNTY. In the matter of the Estate of O. W. Teu, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given that the un- HI, ders.gned has been appointed admin ,or, ! istrator of the estate of G. W. Tet by the above entitled Court, and ha qualified as such. All persons hav notice, sale to be subject to the ap-!r'Kn erty the undivided two-t lirds interest In nnd to Lots numbe ed 9 and 10 In 1st Ad to Columbia City, in Colum bia County, Oregon. You are further rotlfied that said II. M. Wharton ha i paid taxes on said premises for subsequent years as follows: On Janu iry 22, 1918. he paid $1.46 taxes foi 1916; On June jS, 1918, he paid $2.2 taxes lor 1917; and on November f, 1919, n paid $7.94 taxes for 19iS, all oi wnlch I sums were paid to the sheriff and ' tax collector of Columbia County, (are hereby same, duly I law notified verified present t l.t required by prcval of the Secretary of the In terior. The purchase price, with an additional sum ot one-fifth of one per cent thereof, being commis sions allowed, must be deposited at time ot sr.le, money to be returned If sale is not approved, otherwise pat ent will issue for the timber which must be removed within tea years Bids will be received from citizens of the United States, associations ot such citizens and corporations or ganized under the laws of the United States or any state, territory or dis trict thereof only. Upon applica tion of a qualified purchaser, the tim ber on any legal subdivision will be -.ffered separately before being In cluded In any offer of a larger unit. T. 4 N., R. 2 V., Sec 9. NE SW4, fir 1190 M.. tedar 25 M.. NVVSVU. fir 1300 M.. cedar 100 M., SW'iSWt;. fir 850 M., cedai 40 M., SEViSW, fir 525 M., cedar 25 M., NEUSE'i, fir 700 M., cedar 25 M., NWViSEU, f'-r 750 M., cedar 50 M., SWViSE'i. fir 950 M., cedar 25 M., SEUSE'i. fir 650 M., cedar 50 M., none of the fir or cedar tim ber to be sold for less than $2.00 per M..; Sec. 33. SEV4SW 14, fir 716 M., not to be sold for less than $1.50 per M., T. 5 S., R. 2 E.. Sec. 13, 3WHNE',;, fir 560 M., NWSEU. fir 380 M., Lot 2, fir 4 50 M., Lot 3, fir 320 M., none ot the fir timber to be sold for less than $1.50 per M T. 4 S., R. 3 E., Sec. 1, SWV;NE, fir 620 M., cedar 70 M., SEViNEVi, fir 1335 M., cedar 40 M hemlock 10 M.. NE4NWV, fir 1320 M., cedar SO M., NWViNWV. fir lt40 M., cedar 60 M., hemlock 35 M.. SV hi SWU. fir 1315 M.. cedar 20 M., hem lock 35 M., SEUNWVi. fir 1500 M NEliSWVi, fir 1300 M., NWUSWd, fir 1855 M., Lot 2, fir 780 M., Lot 1, Iir 3Z Al., IS r. Vi or, 'A , fir 1365 M cedar 10 M., NWViSEli, fir 1350 M., ceaar 10 M., SW4SEi4. fir 1340 M. cedar 70 M., SE'xiSEVi. fir 1085 M. Sec. 9, SW4NEV4, fir 1365 M NW SEV4 , fir 350 M,; Sec. 11, NWNE, fir 1700 M., Lot 1, fir 105 M., Lot 2, fir 25 M., Lot 3, fir 840 M., Sec. 13. NENW, fir 945 M., cedar 25 M., NW'.iNW",;. fir 13UU ai., swswii, iir 995 M cedar 110 M., SEliNWtf. fir 600 M., ceaar 20 .M., NESWU, fir 1400 M. cedar 10 M., NWUSWV. fir 1600 M. SW4SWy4, fir 1480 M., SEViSWy, fir 1255 M. ; Sec. 21, NE!,NE4, nr i&su stiViNE4, Iir 1400 M Sec. 23, NENWVi. fir 1625 M., w y4 i w 4 , rir 1630 M., SW14 SWA, fir 1650 M., cedar 30 M, SEJ,4NWU. fir 970 M., cedar 75 M.. fir 14 85 M., cedar 20 M., NW14SWU, fir 760 M., cedar 5 M., SWy4SWy4, fir 665 M., cedar 17 M., SEysW'4. nr 1060 M., NE' be. '4, fir 1160 M., NW H SE 14 , fir 1930 M.; Sec. 29, NE NE V4, , fir 680 M., SEMKEVt, fir 1400 M., none of the fir or cedar timber to be sold for less than $2.00 per M., and none of the hemlock timber to be eold for less than $1.00 per M. T. 2 S., it 1 c, sec. is, L,ot 4, nr 215 M., not to De sold for less than 11.25 per M. CLAY TALLMAN. Commisionsr, General Land Office. 16-ZU-5L That tho owner of said real prop erty is unknown, an 1 all of said De fendants are further notified that said H. M. Wharton will apply to the to the undersigned, st the Of fice of John L. Foote, on Court Plaza, in St. Helens. Oregon, with in six months from the date hereof Dated and first published April 23rd, 1920. RUDOLPH TETZ. Administrator. John L. Foote, Attorney. 19-5t UII.SOVH 2NI-llM STORK IkhhN Untight, Sold ajul Kl- changed. Housekeeping nxinm ' 1 urnLVned and Unfurnished Knonn. 4 lloultiin Oregon SUMMONS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR COL UMBIA COUNTY. Alice Hawkins, Plaintiff, vs. A. M. Hawkins, Defendant. To the above named defendant A, M. Hawkins: In the name of the State of Ore. gon: you are hereby required to ap- par ana answer tne complaint filed against you In the above entitled Louri ana cause, on or before six weeKB irom the 26th day of March 1820, to-wit: on or before May 7.' 1920 and If you fad so to appear and answer, for want thereof the above Court for tho relief prayed for In he' named plaintiff will apply to the complaint herein, to-wlt: for a de cree of divorce from defendant on the grounds of willful desertion for more than one year. This summons Is served upon you by publication thoreof once a week for six consechtive weeks In the St. Helens Mist, a weekly newspaper of general rirculatlon in said County by order of Hon. Jv A. Eakln, Judge' How much should I give to make this a better world? A CERTAIN man in New York filVd oul his income tax report. It showed an income so large that hfi tax was 53. 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