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BY-GONE DAYS
Twenty-Eight Years Ago
(From the Files of The Oregon Mist
May 6, 1892.)
E. H. Flugg, editor and proprietor
ol the Marion County Democrat, was
in St. Helens last week.
Lena Blakesley was absent from
school Monday and Tuesday on a
visit to Westport. School notes.
A very valuable improvement In
the way of a new sidewalk was laid
in front of the court house this week.
A slight earthquake was felt here
on the 17th of last month. Deer
Island.
Charles F. Doon has resigned as
county assessor, and Hon. Judson
Weed has been appointed by the
county court in his stead.
Twenty-Five Years Ago
(From the Files of The Oregon Mist
May 10, 1895.)
Married At the Oriental hotel in
this city on Saturday, May 4, by
Justice Swager, F. L. Stevens and
Lena Vandermost.
Born At Yankton, Friday. May 3.
to Mr. and Mrs. L. Barger, a
daughter.
The Quincy republican club held a
meeting Tuesday night and elected
R. S. Payne, A. T. Laws and George
Hayes delegates to the young men's
club which meets in Portland May
22.
The city council held an adjourned
meeting Tuesday night, at which time
the contract was awarded to John
Gilmore for furnishing the oil and
lighting the street lamps for a period
of one year, for $117.50, his being
the lowest bid submitted.
Mrs. J. G. Muckle visited Portland
Wednesday.
There is money in salmon at 5
cents per pound, provided you can
catch any.
Twenty Years Ago
(From the Files of The Oregon Mist
May 4, 1900.)
The carpenters are rushing the
work on the Methodist church edifice
In this city. When finished the
structure will be a decided credit to
the city and a valuable property.
Mrs. M. S. Lillach and three daugli.
ters of Belmont, Wis., mother and
sisters of Mrs. Martin White, arrived
in this city on Thursday of last week.
They expect to make Oregon their
future home.
A meeting of the bicyclists of this
place, Warren and Scappoose has
been called for Warren on Saturday,
at which time it is hoped to perfect
the orgadization of a local bicycle
club and provide means for promot
ing the plan of constructing a bicycle
path from St. Helens to the county
line toward Multnomah county. This
is a movement that should meet with
encouragement from all bicyclists.
LIST OF TRANSFERS
Reported by Columbia County Ab
stract Co.
April 21 Anna McBean by Sher
iff to John Stewart, land In Sec. 16
T. 4 N., It. 4 W., $229.1 1. James
D. McKay et ux to The First Nation,
al Bank cf Scnppoose, Soutti 27 feet
of Lot 2 Block 4 Scappooso, $1.00.
Jehu McCred et ux to Hugh J. Gra
ham, Lot 4 in Block 1, Town oi
Prescott, $10.00.
April 22 C. E. Bailey to Ellas
Henrlkson, land in Sec. 7, T. 7 N.,
R. 4 W., $3260.00. Asa D. Holaday
to O. C. Wolfe, Lot 33 Holadays Or
chard Tracts, $10.00. H. S. Hunt
ington Admr. of E. B. McFarlnnd to
Tony Danese, Lots in Spitzenberg,
$25.00.
April 24 Ralph O. Smith et ux to
Ernest Becks, Lot S3 Beaver Homes,
$10.00.
April 26 Thomas Morris, Sr., to
T. C. Morris et ux. Tract 43 Boule
vard Acres, $400.00. Kena Mangold
to O. S. Poynter et ux, land in Sec
31 T. 6 N.. R. 4 W., $2700.00. Col
umbia Timber Co. to Clias. Wnsser.
land in Sees. 15 and 22 T. 6 N., R.
2 W.. $600.00. J. A. March et ux to
W. T. Hinson, Lot 7 Block 79, St.
Heleus. $10.00. W. T. Hinson to M.
F. Hazen et ux. Lot 7 Block 79 St.
Helens, $10.00. Ethel Thomas to
John Philip, part of Lots 12 and 13
Block 43 St. Helens. $10.00.
April 27 E. V. Masin to Ole Jen
sen, land In Sec. 8 T. 7 N.. R. 4 W.,
$10.00. Long Beach Saving Bank
and Trust Co. to E. V. Mason, land In
Sec. 8 T. 7 N., R. 4 W., $10.00. Frank
Sercldio et ux to Chas. F. A. Crouse,
Lots 3. 4 and 5 Block 8 Georgetown,
$900.00. James A. Phillips et ux to
Edward Walter Westfall et ux, land
in Sec. 6 T. 6 ?., R. 2 V., $100.00.
SuKRestion for a Camping Trip.
Buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic
and Diarrhoea Remedy before leav
ing home. As a rule it cannot be ob
tained when on a hunting, fishing or
prospecting trip. Neither can it be
obtained while on board the cars or
steamships and at such times and
places it is most likely to be needed
The safe way is to have it with you.
Soldiers' Inchilnied Jewelry.
Lost a ring or watch? Maybe one
of these is yours.
Tho army recruiting office has an
nounced that the effects bureau at
Governor's Island, New York har
bor, hus in Its possession 82 finger
rings and 124 watches, which have
been turned over to the war depart
ment, without ary explanation or
any information as to their owners.
Tho recruitng office suggested
that former soldiers who lost such
articles in Frnnce communicate with
the chief of the transportation serv
ice, at the war department In Wash
ington, D. C, stating that the articles
will be returned without expense
upon identification to either the
owner or his next of kin, In case he
is dead.
What One Loan Did.
April 14 F. M. Versteeg to Henry
J. and Otto P. Goertzen, Lots 8 and
9 Block 1 Blanchard's Add. to Rain
ier, $10.00. Exel Vogel to S. R. Rob
lnscn, et ux, Lots 8 and 9 Block 1
Vogel Tract, $600.00. Margaret J.
Moeck to C. Cook, land in Sec. 16
T. 7 N., R. 2 W., $100.00. Earl
Alexander to Daisy M. Flippln, -NH
of Lots 7 and 8, Block A Moeck's
end Add. to Rainier, $300.00. Lena
Short to Daisy M. Flippln, Lots 5 and
6 Block "A" Moeck's 2nd Add. to
Rainier, $1900.00. EaErl W. Sax
ton to John Josephson, Land in Sec.
7 T. 4 N., R. 1 W., $10.00.
April 15 Bernard Royer to David
C. Eccles, Land in Sec. 32, T. 4 N.,
R. 4 W., $1.00. Israel P. Spencer
et ux to David C. Eccles, Trustee,
land in Rose Add. to Vernonla, $1,'
000.00. Gust Gustafson et ux to
David C. Eccles, Trustee, Land in
Sec. 8 T. 4 N.( R. 4 W., $539.50.
William Pringle et al to James F.
Monge, land in Sec. 5 T. 4 N R. 4
W.
April 16 C. C. Barger et ux to
George Canich et ux, land In Sec. 25
T. 5 N. R. 2 W $10.00. Ester Coul
ter to Ellen Sheely, land In Sec. 5
T. 4 N., R. 4 W., $500.00. Thomai
Basse et ux to August Ilmari et ux,
Undivided 1-3 Interest In Tracts 4
and 5 Quincy Tract, $1,000.00.
April 17 John M. Reddlck to
Norman Merrill, land in Sec. 15, T.
7 N., R. 4 W.p $10.00. J. O. Sho
lander to Sarah E. King, land in Sec.
28, T. 8 N., R. 3 W., $500.00. John
Bachman et al to The Westport
Lumber Co., land in Sec. 16, T. 6 N.,
R. 6 W., $3000.00. Margaret J.
Moeck to City of Rainier, land in Sec.
16 T. 7 N., R. 2 W.. $569.00. A. B.
Wright et al to City of Rainier, Lots
7, , iu ana b or Lot 9 Block "G",
Lots 2, 2, and 4 Block "I" Roxy Park,
valuable consideration. Charles
Koutek to Mabel N. Gerlack, Lots 5
and 6, Block 6 Town of Scappoose,
$150.00. Benjamin L. Van Cleave
to Earl T. KUworth, land in Sec. 14
T. 3 N., R. 2 W., $10.00. Columbia
Agricultural Co. to Johan Tlberg,
Tract 7 Midland Drainage District,
$681.00. Columbia Agricultural Cn,
to Lonle Persoma, land In Sec. 3, T.
7 N. R. 4 w $10.00. Columbia Ag
ricultural o. to Frank Solebcrg,
Tract 6 Midland Drainage District,
$660.00. Jessie Woodlan Cook to
Norman Merrill, Lots 1 and 2, Block
6 Clatskanle, $10.00.
April 18 H. S. Glenn et ux to
Frank Mickelion et ux, land in Soc
4 T. 7 N., R. 4 W., $360.00. Irene
Orwlg et ux to Ethel I. Glenn, Lots
6 and 6 Block 2 Clatskanle, $10.00.
Edith I. Sheet et ux to Ellas Henrik
son, land in Sec. 7 T. 7 N. R. 4 W.,
$1.00. John Leafpoint et ux to
Herman Kyllonen et ux, land in Sec.
4 T. 7 N., R. 4 W. B. T. Hall et ux
to Portland & Astoria & Pacific Rail
road Company, right of way in Sec.
8 T. 4 N., R. 4 W.
April 19 B. 8. Burnham et ux to
Joseph Burnham et ux, Lot 6 In Block
83 Moeck's Add. to Rainier, $600.00
B. J. Wegner to M. Josephine Weg
ner, East 17.10 acres In Lot 103
Bearer Homes, $10.00. Vera Con
rad Admr. to M. Josephine Wegner,
Xnct 12 Bearer Homes, $1200.00.
In the early spring of 1917 the
American National bank of Shreve
port. La., advanced $50 to a boy for
the purchase of a fine hog. Last fall
the boy sold $24 5 worth of pigs, ma
king a net profit of $195. Now the
tank has organized a pig club.
Chlnr. From Tin.
Have vou noticed tne rapid growtn
of the Mist Want Ad column.
XOTICK TO CKKWTOKS
IN THE COUNTY COCUT Ob' THE
STATE OF OREGON, FOU COL
UMBIA COUNTY.
In the matter of tho Estate of G. W.
Tetz, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that tho un
dersigned hus been appointed admin
istrator of tho estate of G. W. Tetr.,
by tho above entitled Court, and has
qualified as such. All persons hav
ing claims against the said estate
are hereby notified to present the
same, duly verified as required by
law, to the undersigned, at the of
fice of John L. Foote, on Court
Plazti, In St. Holers, Orogon, with-'
in six months from the date hereof I
Dated and first published April ,
23rd, 1920.
RUOOLPH TETZ.
Administrator.
John L. Foote, Attorney. 19-61
NOTIt'K
My wifo, Mrs. Margoret Ha!'?,
having deserted my bed and board.
1 1 will uot bo responsible for any
debts contracted by her from this
date on. W. I. Huwley. 19-il-i4
r l
Kee
JRJVl
, Nifiht
MorninC 1
p Your-Eyes
RESTAURANTS
BT HELENS RESTAURANT.
Cood' mtuU at all hours. On ta
Strand.
GL'ICK LUNCH PARLOR Thoa.
II May, Proprlotor. Chill beans,
cotfsa and iiudwlctm. Horn wad
oup at auy hour of lha day. Next
to Miller's Dairy Depot.
Handy Business
Directory
American jam tins are a popular
substitute for chinnwars among the
people of Moitenegro. They are
saved from Red Cross food distribu
tion, the raggedy edges pounded
smooth and r. handle of wire or tin
attached.
At Our Fenso.
Smiles are the great need of man
and yet a few gougers are overdoing
it by laughing out loud at us.
Freedom for Children.
Lndy Astor said In tho house of
commons, "Regarding prohibition, I
nm thinking more of the freedom of
tho children and am not so excited
by whr.t is called the freedom of men.
The children are the innocent victims
of the liquor curse."
SIMMONS FOIS Pllll.lC.VHON IX
KOItKCMMl'KK OF TAX L1KX
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THW
STATE OF OREGON, FOR COL
UMBIA COUNTY.
II. M. Wharton, Plulntlff, vs. Ownors
Unknown, Frank S. Hyde, and also
all other persons or parties un
known claiming any right, tlllo,
estate, lien or interest In the real
estate described in tlie Couiplulul
herein. Defendan a.
To Owners Unknown, Frank S. Hyd'.
and also all other persons or pur
ties unknown clt. lining any right,
title, estate, lie i or interest In
the real estate described in the
complaint herein, Defendants:
In the Name of the State of Ore
gon: You and each of you are hereby
notified that II. A. Wharton, tho
holder of certificate of Delinquency
Numbered 219, lssu id April 17. 191 ,,
by the Tax Collet tor of Columbia
County, Oregon, ft r the amount of
$2.76, the lame being the amount
then due and delinquent for taxes
for the year 1915, together Willi
penalty, interest and costs thereon
upon the real property assessed to
Owners Unknown, which real prop
erty Is described as followe, to-wit:
the undivided two-thirds interest In
and to Lots numbered 9 and 10 iu
1st Ad to Columbii City, lu Colum
bia County, Oregon.
You are further notified that suld
H. M. Wharton his paid taxes on
said premises for subsequent yeurs
as follows: On Janjary 22, 1918, he
paid $1.46 taxes for 1916; On June
8, 1918, he paid $2.25 taxes tor 1917;
and on November 8, 1919, no paid
$7.94 taxes for 1H3, all ui wnicii
sums were paid to the sheriff and
tax collector of Columbia County,
Oregon.
That the owner of said roal prop
erty is unknown, and all of said De
fendants are further notified that
said H. M. Wharton will apply to the
Circuit Court of the County and State
aforesaid for a Decree foreclosing the
Lien against the property above de
scribed, and mentioned in said Cer
tificate. And you are further sum
moned to appear within sixty days
after the first publication of tint
summons exclusive of the day of
said first publication, and defeno
this action or pay the amount due
as above shown together with costs
and accrued interest at 12 per cent
per annum from tne various dates
of payment, and in cae of your fail
ure to do so, a Decree will be ren
dered foreclosing the Lien of said
Taxes and costs uguinst the laud and
premises above named. This sum
mons Is published by order of Hon
Martin White, Judg of the County
Court of the Slate (it Orogou for t.ui
umbla County, and u.u oruur wiu
made and dated April 'i, lieu, anu
the date of the fast publication oi
this summons Is April mli, luzu.
All process and paper in tins pro
ceeding may be served upon the un
dersigned residing wiliun tho Statu
of Oregon at St. Heleus, Oregon.
J. W. DAY.
Attorney for the Plaintiff.
AUTO FOR HIRE
H. II. HUNT1NU Careful driving,
reasonable rates. Clean new ante.
Stsml ntipn 110.
AUTOMOBILE TIRES
. Al'IO TIRE SERVICE. Vulcaa
Izlng, repairing. Trlres reasonable
Werk guaranteed. (opeland Auto
Co., St. Helens.
ST. HELENS T1HE SHOP Vul
can'z'ng and accessories. Used tires
bought and sold. All work guaran
teed. C. Conley and C. H. Secliler.
Props. Strand St., St. Helens, Ore.
BARBERS
BENNETT'S BARBER 8HOP. In
new location. On th Strand. Ev
ery thing modern. First Class Service.
BLACKSMITH
XOTICK TO GRANGERS
Pomona Grangf. will meet on Sat
urday, May 1st, with the Deer Island
grange at Deer Island. Grangers
are urged to be present. A. H. Tar
bell, Mabier. 19-20-21
WHY?
Why spend your time
and strength in laundry
work?
Why subject your fam
ily to steamy smells?
Why use fuel, water,
soap and time?
When the St. Helens
Laundry for a few cents
per pound will do all the
work and save you the
worry?
WHY?
ST. HELENS STEAM
LAUNDRY
J. L. CIIITTEM. Expert nor
rhoolng blacksmith. Wagon, car
riage, nuto repairs.
DAIRIES
INGLESIDE DAIRY for Pure
Whole M'lk. From our own T. R
Tested Jersey Cows. Quality, ser
vice, guaranteed. Try us. Horrls
Brothers, St. Helens.
HOTELS
ORCAD1A HOTEL. Thos. Isbft-
ter. Prop. Courteous Treatment.
First Class Accomodations and Msals
PAINTERS
E. L. MUCKLK. Painting sign
painting, papar hanging and daeor
atlnf. Phone 70.
REAL ESTATE
W. T. HINSON. Real Estate and
insurance. Farm and City Prop
crty. St. Helens. Oregon.
SHOE SHOP
C. C. CAR80N The Shoe Doctor
shoe Making, repairing. Welling
ton wax. bi. Helens.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS J
K A. ROSS
I'uieral Director KmliaJmor
Bulla l'hon 13 Km. I'liona M-H
Hasoulo Hldg., St. lleian, ur.
luuues l
;w '. k o, a
tin second and fourth fci.!?1
cl.t.ntb.l.ltw
' " "tin a nearly alii..
C. W. IILAKCSLKY Btcn
1)K. C. E. WADE
I'liyslclaa anil Hurgaua
Pnan (I
Muskl Dldg. St. Ilalons, Or.
S. B. HOSKIN
Dfutlat
Offlc la liank Uulldlng
St. IlaUo Orgoa
DR. L. GILBERT ROSS
I'liyslrlaa anil Hurgeoa
Offlc In lianK dldg. St. I!Jn
DR. ALFRED I. PEEL
riijrstrlaa and Hurgroa
liank Uulldlng
St. llela Orfon
JOHN L. FOOTE
Attorney At Law,
St. Ildans. ... Oregon
DK. S. II. RUSSELL
Ctilroprartor
MUM. Ill'fWKI.Is Indira' Mass
Moorflsld Cabinet Steam Uatna
Hour a. ro. to I p. a.
rbon 114-J Bt. I(ln, Oregoa
GLEN R. METSKER
Attorney
Offlc la Ilauk Dolldlsg
Pkoa 17 St. Halras, Or
T. S. WHITE
Vadnrtaaar and Kaaeral Director
Couaty ibroaer
I'lion 14 KMidaoo prion 111-1
8L lUlens, Orgoa
J. B. GODFREY
Farms Hauaea
Clt Lota MHO. MO a?K ...I
Moaia Trait f. la mmA mm
Offlc with Columbia Couaty Aa
traet Company
Avon ltdaa N,. . ..
ythla. meat .rT U!
. In Castl Hall. St. ffi
I
In
mug KBiint alwau ,r-
BDISON I. DALLAU,
B.. and M. of v l-IKm
81, llaluu 1o4k T
A' K mJSL
and irrf ti.j ""'I
HUM. Vlalilug kroth,"7 J
M. J. SOUTHARD a .
K. QUICK. Baerwary. 'l
Mltpah Chapter O. I. 8, aZT
Maaonle Hall Hi second Mill
Katurday of eaoh nnath
Mrs. KLIZAUKTH lHlUrtTtR.
KFF1B IiRQWW.
Ht. lUlana Itsnakah UXn a
117, mt Mcond and fosrtl Tw
day of each month la L 0. 0 F k
TUIUng mmbr alvayt ticaa7
KLLA SMIThTi
OPAL SMITH, 8ertary. M
8t. lUlens Camp No. ll, a.
ara Woodmen of Amrlca. BMi,k
I ' 1 nnnipu UI Met BOUk
i. . w r s mm w . , - I
..... Ji
i. m. l, nana, uri.
Ground Gripper
Shoes
Caa ardarad by mall ai
ta waU faailly. TVt ai
t aad at ko aud takj,
A Ral ComctiT taw,
CKOUND GRIPPE SHOE ST3
H Wmb. IIM, NrlMkM
TM M. BO An Thmh, tataia
JOHN L. STORLA
Attoraay al Law
Telephone 10 St. Helens. Or.
GEO. H. SHINN
Atlnraay al Law
8U Hln. Oragoa
J. W. DAY
Alloraey al Law
flaak Rldi. st. Hc!-as. Or
SEPARATORS
H A. Colt sells U. S. Cr.eam Sepa
rators. r!so repairs and oil. fit.
Helens, Oregon.
TRANSFER COMPANIES
Try a Mist Want AU.
WILLIAM DAVIE3. Draylng and
Trmisfor. Livery. Phon U.
WOOD DEALERS
WOOD DEALER. For dry It la
cord wood phone Wm. Davie. Phon
16 St. Helen.
CHARLES SOUTH
VIOIJ.KIHT
Hm raaumsd teaching ta St. Helen
and can b found Thursdays at tk
Lldyard reldnc.
C. W. ROBISON
AttoraeyHit.Law
Suit sot Bpeiarth Blg
Phon 417 Atoria. Orgoa
W. A. HARRIS & G. A. GORE
Attorneys
Ham Building. t. a,!,,, r.
DR. M. HOWES
Veterinarian
Consultation Free.
Phone Tabor D6
Writ 1U E. Stark. Portland. Or.
An Art
Portrait
A Graduation Portrs
from J. H. Scott is i pe
manent thing, a real W
of art in which you (U
directly interested
Make your Graduttf
Portrait a gift to
family this year,
St. Helen
J. T. SCOTT
Photofrapaw
Oral
housework
tiKi
Every woman enjoys housework
if nicely painted floors, neat wood
work and attractive furniture give
her half a chance to keep them
neat and clean.
That's why tht Insists opon th
timely application ol B-H Paints and
Varmshea. They bring back th new
tppearanc and mak possible th
something- accomplished" ftellnc
which make th day's work worth
whil.
See that the Bass-Huter label Is on
11,6 ,cnth,t ya bu' Ther is a
apecial B-H product for every me
an euy.praam(; long-lived; mad
aspecisiiy to meetPsclfie
Coast climate and condi
tion. Com in todlv mnA i.
' us help in your selection.
Paints & Varnishes
DISTM M UTQA M
D. J. SW1TZER
IT'S A PLEASURE
to watch your account
Evry dollar depoiltei np
lent som Httl comfort If
In lif. To'U soart!
growth of your aecouat. Cm
pound interest multlpll"
Whan w solicit your ntr
w do o with th knol,
that you will flndlsMrW
full tneaaur of satlsfm
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Member Fdrat Rrv System
CHAS. ORAHAM, Prldnt. H. A. CHILDS, Cart
Look our goods over
carefully and then con
sider the quality, and
you'll find that our
goods and prices can-
:-: not be duplicated
J. L. WILLIAMS & SONS
Phone B4-W West Bt, Helens, Oretfo"

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