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THE ST. tTPT.PMR MTST. FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1920
PAGE FOUR
xotick
To Property Owners for the Improve
ment of ColuniMn Street from Cow
litz Street to Tualatin Street, In
the Oty of St. Helens, Columbia
(Viunty, Oregon :
Notice is hereby given to the prop
erty owners on Columbia Street, from
Cowliti Street to Tualatin Street,
that a certificate of the completion
of the contract for the improvement
of said street, has been filed in thy
office of the City Recorder of the
City of St. Helens, Oregon, by the
City Engineer as by Charter required.
Now, therefore, all property owu
era having property abutting on said
street for the improvement thereof
are hereby notified thrt on Monda,
July 12, 1920, at the hour of 8 o'
clock p. m., they may file their oK
lections, if any, to the acceptance of
said work in writing, and such ob
jections will be heard and considered
by the City Council of said city, on
said above date, and decision thereon
rendered.
Done by order of the City Council
this 2Sth day or June, 1920.
E B. QUICK, City Recorder.
NOTICE
REAL
OF 8 A Ti E OF
PROPERTY.
NO. 17091
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THU
COUNTY OF MULTNOMAH.
In the Matter of the Guardianship
of Leonard W. Hagstrom, a minor.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, Frederick Hagstrom,
guardian of the estate and person oi
Leonard W. Hagstrom. a minor, by
virtue and under the authority of a
certain order made by the Honorable
Geo. Taswell, judge of the above en
titled Court on the 1st day of June,
1920. in the above entitled guardian'
ship, will sell by private sale the
following described real property be
longing to the said minor, to-wit:
an undivided two-thirds interest in
the South West Quarter of Section
Twenty-five (25) Township Five (6)
North Range Five (5) West in the
County of Columbia, Oregon.
The term 8 and conditions of said
sale are cash and said property will
be sold as a whole or in pans to suu
purchaser. Bids or offers may be
made at any time after the first pub
lication of this notice and before
the making of said sale. All bids
must be in writing and left at the
office of W. L. Cooper, 924 Chamber
of Commerce Building, Portland,
Oregon.
Said real property will be sold from
and after the 4th day of June, 1920
date of first publication 4th day of
June, 1920. Date of last publication
the 16th day of July, 1920.
FREDERICK HAGSTROM.
Guardian of the person and estate
of Leonard W. Hagstrom, a minor.
W. L. COOPER, Attorney for Guar
dian, 924 Chamber of Commerce
Bldg., Portland, Oregon.
XOTICK OF BAI.R OK DRAINAGE
DISTRICT BONDS
Seated proposals will be received
by the Board of Supervisors of Marsh
land Drainage District of Columbia
County, Oregon, at the office of said
board which is in the store building
of James Armstrong, In the Town of
Marshland, Oregon, for the purchase
of $50,000.00 of the bonds of said
Marshland Drainage District, until
the hour of 2 o'clock in the after-'
noon on the 14th day of August A. D.
1920.
Said bonds are to be dated June
1, 1920, and are to bear interest from
date at the rate of 6 per cent per an
num, payable on the first day of De
cember and the first day of June
each year.
Receipt of bids and the award on
the date fixed are subject to the
prior validation of nil tho proceedings
of said district and said bonds by tho
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for Columbia County, upon petition
therefor nowpendlng in Mild Court;
and the Board of Supervisors re
serves the right to reject any and all
proposals for any reason and if not
satisfactory to said board.
Address all communications and
all proposals to the undersigned.
THOMAS W. TANDY,
Secretary of the Board of Super
visors of Marshland Drainage District,
Marshland, Oregon. Jy2A
SUMMONS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, FOR CO
LUMBIA COUNTY.
Charles M. Reed. Plaintiff, vs. Alice
Reed, Defendant.
To Alice Reed, the above named defendant.
In the name of the State of Ore
gon, you are hereby required to an
near and answer tho complaint filed
against you in the above entitled suit
on or before tho 16th day or August
1920, snld date bolng more thin six
weeks from the date of the first pub
licatlon of this summons, and If you
fall to so appear and answer said
complaint, for want thereof plaintiff
will apply to the Court for the relle. '
prayed for In the complaint, to-wlt:
That the marriage contract and
bonds of matrimony heretofore unu.
now existing between plaintiff and
defendant be dissolved, cancelled and
held tor naught, and that the plr.intiff
have such other and further relief
as to the Court may seem just and
equitable.
This summons is served upon you
by publication thereof in the St. Hei
ens Mist for six consecutive weeks,
the date of the first publication being
July 9, 1920, and the date of the last
publication being Aug. 20, 1920, in
pursuance of the order of the Honor
able J. A. Eakin, Judge of the above
entitled Court and which order Is
dated June 29, 1920.
ALBERT T. ELOTT,
Attorney for Plaintiff, 313
Washington St., Portland. Ore.
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1134.642.45
26.21
C5.60U.0V
Charter No. 11200 Reserve District No. 12
Report of Condition of
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
at St Helens, in the State of Oregon, at the close of business on June 30th,
1920
RESOURCES
1. a Loans and discounts. Including rediscounts
(except those shown in b and c) $134,642.45
Total loans 134.642.45
Overdrafts, secured,, none; unsecured, $26 21
U. S. Government (securities owned:
a. Deposited to secure circulation (U. S.
bonds par value) 25,000.00
d. Pledged as collateral for State or other
deposits or bills payable 7,000.00
f. Owned and unpledged...-. '. , 23,600.00
Total U. S. Government securities. .". .
Otlies bonds, securities, etc.:
b. Bonds (other than U. S bonds) pledged to
secure postal savings deposits
c. Bonds and securities (other than U. S
securities) pledged as collateral for State
or other deposits (postal excluded) or bills
payable .
e. Securities, other than U. S. bonds (not in
cluding stocks), owned and unpledged. . , .
Total bands, securities, etc. other than
U. S
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent
of subscription )
Furniture and fixtures
Cash in vault and net amounts due from na
tional banks
Checks on other banks in the same city or
. town as reporting bank (other than item
16)
Total of Items 13, 14, 15, 16, and 17 . . .
Checks on banks located outside of city or
town of reporting bank and other caBh
Items
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and
due from U. S. Treasurer
Interst earned but not collected approxi
mate on Notes and Bills Receivable not
past due ,
6,000.00
1,000.00
3,527.93
29.10Z.41
10.627.93
860.00
5,218.61
23,588.78
6,608.86
484.00
1,250.00
800.00
22.
23.
24.
25.
28.
33.
34.
36.
37.
40.
42.
Total $253,293.43
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in 25,000 00
Surplus fund 600.00
a Undivided profits 6,552.99
b'. Less current expenses, interest, and taxes
. ; 6,072.32 1,480.67
Interest and discount collected or credited
in advance of maturity and not earned-
(approximate) 800.00
Circulating notes outstanding. 23,900.00
Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding., ' 411
Total of items 29. 30. 31. 32, and 33 '4. 11
Demands dciMMrit (otlu-r than bank dnims-
it) subject to Itexerve (deposits payable
within thirty days):
Individual deposits subject ta check 133,119 60
State, county, or other municipal deposits '
secured by pledge of assets of this bank.. 7,500.00
Deposits requiring notice, but less than 30
-days .......... . 69,983.37
Total or demand deposits (other than
bank deposits) subject to Reserve,
Items 34. 35, 36, 37, 38, and 39. . . 200,602 97
Time deitoxlts subject to lieserve (payable '
after 30 days, or subject to 30 days or more
notice, and postal savings) :
Certificates of deposit (other than for mon-
ey borrowed) . 14 63
Postal savings deposits 991.15
Total of time deposits subject to Re
serve, Items 40, 41, 42, and 43 .. . 1,005.68
$263,293.43
Total
Dtota nf'Dro.nn Pniinlv nf PnlnmkU ,. .
I, H. A. Chllds, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief
it A ' 'v H. A. CHILDS, Cashier.'
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of July, 1920.
JOHN L STORLA, Notary Public.
My commission expires Feb. 10, 1923
' CORRECT Attest:
TUaU town. fnenifly town, and DEPENDABLE
TOWNS. .
The greatest of these according to authoritative surveys-"
b tra town trut Ctn be depended upon.
This town of OURS is 1 oeperxUle town.
"1 Glee to deal iri your town country thopper rcroarked
to a buii rnan hSe cher day. "I can gt anything 00 earth I
want here ea cheap or cheaper Sum anywhere die.
That umoBcited testimony shows that tj town can he "DE
PEMEDupoq that shoppers are learning the value of the real
SERVICE the merchants and business men are cUy stjiving to es
tablish." In this hustfing day, a man's too busy to stand for very much
LOST MOTION. Slow maili, unreliable transportation Isabues
--substitution of articles for the one ordered delays rotations
DISAPPOINTMENTS, are some of the usual mail order buy
mg trials todnv-eside from the D lSU)YALi7cffaiIirn3 to support
Tour town ana community TRADE.
IfyclcanbuyhArimRE,youcanbuyritr
There is EVERYTHING here-and bSe.Utchitring is OUT
every business and public door in this town,
RIVERSIDE CONFECTIONERY
We sell the delicious WEATIIERLY Ice Cream.
I. Cr'm Parlor, (VntaMuiiorjr, nam, Tnl,,.,,,
Wilson's 2nd-Hand Store
HOULTON, ORE.
We buy, sell and exchange all kinds of second hand
goods. We will buy anything and pay the highest
market price. See us.
PHONE 5 2-J .
Ilitf solid chunks that d f y Nixling Kl left trtunx rnini I he
purest ol water.
Tim I'-Iou1in rt-rrlucrulor Iioiim the
WASTELESS HOME
PROTECT YOUR FOODS
T.. A. NYGAARD
Phona 16,3-W Delivered Dully
Charming Spring Waists
STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM ALL GREATLY
- UNDERPRICED
All fresh, crlnp goods Just received nnd placed on Halo this
week and next at very low prices. Some uro m ule f Keorg.
ette and crepe de chine, others or tub Bilks, voiles, aWns nnd
w on. We used great care In picking out the charming styles
we now have oil display here. Wo would ho delighted, Indeed
ui.mii inoqB uo,u,do jno rnoadxa pu u mt.oa oX oaui o',
FURNISHINGS FOR MEN
Tl.ut Are Smart Looking mid tho Ile, ,,r Value, ,
C IUSI NEW rilllltTH
of finest madras, pongee, cotton and silk materials in most
TIES THAT AUK LATEST VET
Every one of these de luxe lies made of pure silk fabrics and
ta lored by hand. The patterns are exclusive with us 10 two
alike, and to say the least tl,uy ttrn beautiful ' 1,0 lwo
HERE ARE BATHING COSTUMES YOU WILL
. WANT
Whether you gwlm or merely watch tho waves m ,nu.
these costumes will command the aUen.lo r ".."e ,
ing women who demand that ultru smart nm ei.., ?.
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E. Tvl. HELOM
ST. HELENS, OREGON
riioNH an
ON THE STRAND
MT. HELENS, (mvm
EVERYTHING FOR
BABY HERE...
It's not only a question of what you get for the babv
Hut whem ynti get It f" ulso an Important mutter ''
The manner in which goods are kept has a great deal
lo do with thu condition In which they rcarh you.
We employ extraordinarily careful methods in handl.
lug all K'U'ds for babies' uhiih. And w have ev.rythn m.
ire llkelv In need, uucli us baby . fo ul nursing' bouu.
nipples pacifiers.-talcum powder pliitiuonu 11 ml all mm
dard Itileriiul remedies,
A. J. DEHINQ
DRUGGIST
ST. HELENS. OREGON
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