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THE ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 1920. LIST OF TRANSFERS Reported by Columbia County Ab stract Co. September 4 John H. McLaln et al to Emil Kivisto et ux, land In Sec. 33 T. 7 N. R. 3 W.. $10.00. P. B. Burnhnrt et ux to the eWatport Lum ber Co.. land in See. 16 T. 6 N. R. 6 . $1660.00. Joseph W. Roed to I.lzzto Reed, land in Sec 27 T. 6 N. R. 5 W.. $1.00. Watts & Prico. Inc. to Martin Trtek, tract 21 Wathome Acres, $1200.00. James O. Watts et al to Martin T.tek, tract 12 Wat home Acres, $10.00. J. O. Watts et al to August Johnson, tract 19 Wat home Acres. D. T. Gerdes, to P. M, Gerdes, lots 4 to 19 in block 121 St. Helens, $2000.00. September 7 Charles W. Johnson to Anna Fultz. lot 21 block 120 St Helens. $10.00. William D. Link to Icy Dell Smith et ux, land in Sec. T. 6 N. R. 2 W. Mary Hains to Hu bert Braim. land in Sec. 9 T. 3 N. R. 2V., $10.00. September 8 William Fraser to Henry Larson et ux, land in Sec 8 T. 7 N R. 4 W.. $10.00. Peter Farrelly to John McMullen, land in Sec. 23 T. 6 N. R. 6 W, $10.00. Columbia Ag ricultural Co. to John Warls, land in Sees. 4 & 6 T. 7 N. R. 4 W., and Sees. 32& 33 T. 8 N. R. 4 W.. $10.00. September 9 J. R. Holmes to An drew Herman, land in Sec. 24 T. 'i N. R. 4 W., $2000.00. W. H. How ard to Win. M. Huycke et ux, lot 4 block 32 Moeck's Add. to Rainier, $650.00. Alva E. Mlddaugh to Earl Ball, land in Sec 20 T. 7 N. R. 2 W $1.00. Earl Ball to Alva E. Middaugh et ux. land in Soc. 20 T. 7 N. R. 2 W., $1.00. Cathorine Silva by executors to Chas. G. Thayer, part of lot 8 block 10 Rainier, $700.00. Chester B. Maxwell to Louise M Wharton, lots 1, 2, 3, 10, 11, 12 block 71 Columbia City, $1.00. H. M. Wharton to Columbia City Land Co., 2-3 interest in lot 9 & 10 block 1, H. Caples' Add. to Columbia City, fit, September 10 C. Robinsky to P. L. Schultz, lot 4 block 6 Scappoose $1200.00. Edmund Hall Land Co. to Henry P. Chaney ot ah land in township 6 N. R. 3 W., and township 6 N. R, 4 W., $1.00. September 11 Harry Ingraham to Charles Ingraham, lot 8 block 12 Blanchard's Add. to Rainier, $200.00 September 14 John Rose to Charles Sundin, land in Sec. 24, T. 8 N. R. 4 W.. $225.00. Paul Kurtti et ux to Olof Kurtti et ux, land lb Sec. 2 T. 7 N., R. 4 W.. $200.00. Fedenco Tachella to Br.ttlsta Tachel la, land in Sec. 31 T. 7 N R. 3 W $10.00. Battista Tachella to Pietr'o Giurclolo, land In Sec. 31 T 7 N R 3 W., $10.00. Marion Nye et ux to John Suttle et ux. land In Sec. 2 T 4 N. R. 2 W., $500.00. D. T. Gerdes to Mary A. Finnlgan, land in Sec, 4 SIMMON'S T. N. R. 1 V., $10.00. Minda Justice i fi1M s.,.ii iwt ..r il... Ktui ..r to Alfred Hall, lots 5 & 6 block 40 Moeck's Add. to Rainier, $75.00. Minda Justice to T. C. Hall, lots 3 & 4 block 40 Moeck's Add to Rainier, $76.00. O. B. Malmstcn to James Justice et ux land in Sec. 5 T. 4 N. R. 4 W., $S00.00. C. C. Moyer to Peter C. Jncobsen. et ux, land in Sec. 12 T. 4 N. R. 2 W.. $1.00. Pete C Jacobsen to W. J. Johnson, land in Sec. 12 T. 4 N. R. 2 V., $1.00. Fannie P. Ross executor to W. Bron son. Vi interest in lots 8 & 9 block 1 First Add to Columbia P:rk, $1.00. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS School Hist. No. 7, Warren, Ore., hereby calls for bids for the erection of a play shed on the school grounds. Building to be commenced as soon as possible r.nd be ftnishec. by Dec 1st. For blue prints call at Supt. Wilker son's office or on school clerk. Bids to contain sight drr.ft to amount of 20 per cent, of bid. Board reserves right to reject any and all bids. Bids to be in by Oct. 5th, 1920. . ELMER O. DAHLGREN, 4i-42 Clerk S. D. No. 7, Warren. " CARD OK THANKS We desire to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness and floral offerings during the Illness and death of our beloved husband and father. Mrs. C. O. Dahlgren, Mrs. H. G. Carlson, Elmer O. Dahlgren, Sam W. Dahlgren, Emmy R. Dahlgren. CARD OK THANKS I wish to extend my sincere thanks and express my appreciation to those kind friends who aided me in my recent bereavement, the death of my beloved wife. Especially do I wish to thank my fellow workers at the mill and to Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Saxon. JOHN HENDUIKSON. Used Cars 1 Baby Grand Chevrolet Touring In fino shape. Che.ip. Ensy terms. 1 Reo 4 Cyl. 5 passijor. In fine shape. A snap. Easy terms. For quick salo 1 new i-actor, 18 h. p. Complete. Easy t'rrms. 1 1917 490 Chevrolet. FIn3 shnpo. Easy terms. Copcland Auto Co. HAPPY THOUGHT When folks find fault with you for not doing things as they would do them, take comfort In this: "There's more than one way to skin a cat." "Nothing is good enough if there is anything better." General John Porshing. Oregon fr the County of Columbia. Donuld II. liowo and Harry Howe, and Mrs. Minnie A. Hurrlngtoii, Plaint lffs, vs. William A. Bailey and Builoy, his wife; Ella Bailey and Bailey, her hus- buml; Joseph Cunningham and Cunningham, his wlfo; Philan der Cunningham and Cun ningham, his wlfo; l.ucretia Walk ur, also known as I. nerd la Crou ton; and Walker, or fron ton, her husband; Frieda Meeker, surviving wlfo of Llndley Meeker, deceased, a single woman; Sarah Schupbach, surviving wife ot S. Scliupbnch, deceased, a single wo ni'vn; and also all heirs known or unknown ot any or ull. or each and all ot any of the abovo named defendants, and also nil other yer 80H8, corporations, or parties un known claiming any right, title, estate, lien or Interest iu the real estate described In thu complaint heroin, defendants. To William A. Bailey, and Uailey, his wife, Ella Bailey ana Bailey, her husband, Joseph Cunningham end Cunuinghain, his wife, Philander Cunnlugham and Cunningham, his wife, Lucrotia Walker, also known as Lucretia Crenton, and Walk er, or Crenton, hr husband, and also all heirs known or unknown of any or all,-or each and nil of any of the abovo named detenu ants, and also all other persons, corporations or parties unknown claiming any rlglit, title, csli'.to, Han or interest iu the real estate described In tho comph.iut herein, Defendants: In tho name of tho Stato of Ore gou, you and each of you are hereb required to appear and answer the complaint of tho pKlutiffs filed against you In tho abovo entitled suit and c.iuso on or before the expira tion of six weeks from the dato of (ho fir hi publication of this sum mons, tho dato of s.ld first publica tion of tho summons being on tlxi 24th day of September, 1920, and If you fall so to appear and answer or otherwise plead therein for want thereof tho plaintiffs will npply to the above entitled Court for a Jiicla ment by default against you nml eacn or you ami for the relief an prayed for in their complaint on file herein which is as follows: That tho said defendants in this suit and each and all of them bo re quired to fully set forth and disclose their cl-.lms and each ot them, If any they or any of them h:ve In and to tho following described real Dron- erty situate in Columbia County, state oi urcgon, to-wit : All of that part of Lot three (3) in bectlon 10, lying South of a line four (4) chain North and parallel with the South liuo of Section Ten (10), Lots One (1), Four (4) aud Five (61 and Southwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter section r u teen (15), IaIs Two (2) and Tli roe (S), Section Fifteen (16), Una Seven (7). Eight () and Nine (9), Section Sixteen (16). East Half of Southeast Quarter of Section Sixteen (16). All in Town ship Four (4) North, limine Ono (1) West. W. M . Iu Columbia County, Oregon, containing about 4 40 acres; and that when said clamis, it any (hey have, are set forth or if any of thu said defendants hould fall to so set forth and disclose their claims or the claims of any ot lhm. that It be Decreed that tho defendants and eacl. of Uiein have no estate, right, title, lien or interest of whatsoever kind or nature iu uud to the real property above described or any part thereof and that plaintiffs' title to Bald real property be Decreed to be valid and that said plaintiffs bo Decreed to bo tho owners iu fee simple thereof and their title, bo forever quieted aud thu defendants and each and all of tlieiu .mil each and all of their heirs, as signs, executors, administrators, suc cessors in Interest, and all persons claiming by. through or under them, or any of them, bo forever enjuluuu and restrained from in any wise or manner claiming or proteudlug to claim or assert or set up any estato, nghl, title, lien or Interest of any kind In or to tho real property above .Inscribed or any part thereof and that the plaintiffs recover the costs and disbursements of this suit and that they have such other and fur rier relief as may seem meet and equitable. This Summons is served upon you liy publication In accordance with un Order of tho HonorRlile Martin White. Judge of tho County Court of the State of Oregon In and for Columbia County, which said Order is dated September 21!, 1920, and which said Order requires that tills Summons bo published In this news paper at leant once each week for six consecutive weeks, the first pub lication to ho on September 21, 1920, .tnd the last publication to be on the lull day of November, 1920. JAMES P. 8TAPLKTON, S22-7 Gasco Building, Portland. Ore. GEOKUK II. SHINN. St. Helens, Oregon. Attorneys for Plaintiffs. Date of First publication, Sept. 24. 1920. "uo of Last publication Nov. 5 1920. 48 a Wo can nil give away thousands of warm beaming smiles without los ing anything. The more we give, the more wo have. IUk aolld chunk that defy (Maxllng Ho fn purest ol vratr. Thu Ice-hMMliMl rrfrlxerator homo is lt WAMTKLICHM 1IOMH PROTECT YOUR FOODS T. A. NYGAARD H.o.i. 1.3-W . 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