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!! I'.f ;i' I i I! !.t Si' 5 ?. 1 U i i 1 1. M i III, ;,)! Ml v jji vi: ',!: i il;! ' 'fi I PAGE SIX THE ST. ww.ffMS MTST. FRIDAY. JULY 23, 1920. , . COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS St. Helens. Oregon. July 12, 1920. The city council met on the above date In the city hall, St. Helens, Ore gon, In regular session. Present: Magnus Saxon, mayor; Robert Dixon, James O'Connor, N. O. Larabee, councllmen; E. E. Quick, city re corder; George Potter, city marshal; J. V. Day, city attorney. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read Rnd approved. Hoports: The marshal reported that the sidewalk in front of the Cen tral Grocery store was in bad shape. This matter was discussed, and it was decided that the council pro ceed to repair all sidewalks, needing repairs, and charge the cost of such repairs to the property owner mak ing it a lien on the property; as per motion made and carried. Councilman Larabee reported that complaints had come to him about fires being built near the swimming hole at Milton creek bridge, and en dangering buildings located mere; the same was discussed but no ao tion taken. In the matter of Ltice to property owners of the assessment for im provement of Winter street from Us intersection with Tualatin street, south to its Intersection vlth Ply mouth street; This matter coming on to be heard for objection and re monstrance to the assessments made for the improvement of said street, and there appearing no objections or remonstrances thereto, the council ordered by ordinance said assess ment. In the matter of the Improvement of Cowlitz, Casenau, Oak and Tuala tin streets. This matter, coming on to be heard on the publication of notice to property owners, of the completion of the contract for he improvement of the above named streets, and there appearing no objections or remon strances thereto filed in writing, the matter was taken up and discussed by the council, and it was decided that the council meet on the 13th of July, at 3 o'clock, p. m., on the ground improved, and determine and assess the same, and report at the next meeting of the council. In the matter c the improvement of Columbia Btreet, from Us inter section with the south line of Cow litz street to Its Intersection with Tualatin street: This matter coming on to be heard on the publication of notice to prop erty owners, of the completion of the contract for the improvement of the above named street, and there ap pearing no objections or remon strance made against the acceptance of said improvement, as made, the ; matter was taken up and discussed by the council, and It was clso de-; cided that the council examine the . improvements and muKe assessment ' of the cost thereof at the same time that they meet on the hill. : In the matter of the improvement ot Wythe street aB f etitioned for: i This matter coming on to be heard on the report, profile, plans and spe-' ciflcations filed by toe city engineer, I and estimate of cost thereof the same was discussed by the council and a motion was made and carried that the plans, specifications, etc., of the engineer be accepted, and that a res olution of the intention of the council to improve said street be made and published as required by the city charter. In the matter of the improvement . of Winter street from its Intersec tion with Willamette Jtreet, north a distance of feet; - This matter coming on to be heard on the report, profile and speclficat . tions filed by the c-ty engineer, and estimate of cost thereof, the same was discussed by ths city council, and a motion was made and carried 'that the plans, specifications and pro file ot said improvement be accepted and that a resolution of the inten tion of the city council to improve said street be made and published as by city charter required. An application for the repair of the interior of the building located on lot 21 and 22, Btock 11, was re ceived from blizaueth Isbister, per mlt ordered issued. Application was received to re pair and add to' building located on Jot 14 Black 16 from T. B. Lott. Per mit ordered Issued. The following claims against tht city were read and on motion order ed paid: .Italian Importing Co., oil.. 1.90 Pacific Telephone Company. 8.30 N. W. Kegel hauling 7.00 J. W. Day, services 22.00 St. Helens Light and Pow er Co. lights.. 169.30 Mist Publishing Co., print- - Ing 38.0b John Dethman, dep marshal 21.00 Kate Lynch, work 13. SO St. Helens Lumber Co., lum ber M.7Q Warren Construction Co, ov erhead charges 93 15 The claim ot the St. Helens Light and Power Co., for lights for dauce hall was laid ovevr, aniounliug to 112.00. No further business appearing, en motion made and carried the meet ing adjourned. Attest: E. E QClCK. ltecorder. West Virginia ranhandlo stute. Washington Evergreen state, Wisconsin Badger state Nicknames ot States. Alabama Land ot Flowers. Arkansas Bear state. California Golden state. Colorado Centennial stale. Conectlcut Woden Nutmeg state; also Land of Steady Habits. Delaware Blue Hen state; also Diamond state Florida Peninsular state; also Flower state. Georgia Cracker state; also Em pire State of the South. Illinois Sucker state; also Prair ie state. Indiana Hoosler state. Iowa Hawkeye state. Kansas Sunflower state. Kentucky Blue Grass state; Dark rnd Bloody Ground. Louisiana Pelican state; Creole state. Maine Pine Tree state; Lumber state. Maryland Old-Line stato. Massachusetts Bay state. Minnesota Gopher state; North Star state. Mississippi Bayou state. Missouri Bullion nte. Montana Singed Cat state Mountain state and Treasure Nevada Silver state. New Hampshire Granite state. New Jersey Garden state. New York Empire state. North Carolina Tarheel state) also Turpentine and Old North state. North Dakota Sioux state. Ohio Buckeye state. Oregon Webfoot state; also Bea ver and Sunset state. Pennsylvania Keystone state. Rhode Island Little Khody. South Carolina Palmetto state. South Dakota Coyote state. Tennessee Volunteer state. Texas Lone Star state. Utah Honey Bee state. Vermont Green Mountain Virginia Old Dominion; Mother of Presidents, XOTK'K OK FINAL rir.TTLKMF.NT IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR CO LUMBIA COUNTY. In the matter ot the Estate of John SarrlB, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned, administrator of the as tate of John Sarrts, deceased, has filed his final account, report and pe tition for distribution In the Count) Court of the Stato of Oregon, for Columbia County, and that Saturday, the 21st day of August. 1920, at ttit hour of 10 o'clock In the forenoon ot ..i.i ...i.i .i., .,,.1 !. Court Room oi si"" court has been fl xed 1 -U urt the time and plaoe (or the hear .K of objections to suld account, If any, and the settlement tnernof. Dated and first published July 1. 1S3- JI. F. McCOKMICK. Administrator. Harris A Gore, Attorneys. 31-36 We are still waiting to hear what the world has been mude sate for. Shoo and Unit her Reporter. It Is detmlulile which ran behind the most during government opera tion tlio rullrouds or the trains .Minneapolis Tribune. 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