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About St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1913)
Houlton M.E, Church First and
third Sundays Treadling at 11a.
m. , and 7:30 every Sunday evening
except fifth Sunday of the month.
Sunday school every Sunday at
10 a. m. H. O. Oliver, Supt. Ep
worth League, Wm. H. Smith,
president, meets every Sunday even
ing at 7:30, Wm. II. Smith, presi
dent. Prayer meeting every Thurs
day evening at 7:30. Wm. II.
Yankton Preaching on second
and fourth Sundays at 11 a. m.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Warren Preaching at 11a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. every fifth Sunday.
D. T. Summerville, Faster.
There would also be old-fashioned ha county court room In the City of St
spelling contests, so that the best' Helen, said county and state, as th
speller in each county might be' P11" ,or "M,I"K raid final account and
known from the county fair climP ohl""' -''-.,
, , ... i eled In said estate are liotilied hereby
nat on struggle. Contest in domg ,0 atlem, ,, ,,, ,,,,. lo Illllke
problems In arithmetic, contests in their objection, if any, i. m .1 final ac-
wnting, contests in oratory, and so count and report.
iwit'ii i ins mil day ot January, r.'li.
Administrator of ih e-titi id Henry
Si.nslrom, deceased .
Klrct publit at on Inn. t, !U4.
I.ant pitilleatLm Feb. II, l!U.
HOCLTON CIRCLE M 4S, Women of
Woodcraft, meet the second and
fourth Tuesday afternoon of each
month at Houlton, tire. Mrs. KUa
Wikstroiu, Guardian Neighbor.
Scaipooae, Ore.; Minnie A. Morley,
Columbia Rncumpment No. 77, I. O.
O. K. meets in the I. O. O. F. Hall, on
the second and fourth Thursday of each
month, sojourneying Patriarch most
cordially invited to meet with n.
O. C. Robcy, Chief Patriarch.
C. V. Blakealey, Scribe.
MlZl'AH CrtAlTErv, NO. 30. O. E. 8
Meets in Masonic Hall the eccend
and fourth Swturlivso. -acb month
MARY UEORtiR, W M.
hVCX HUAY. Secretaiv
Avon Lodjie No 62 Knights ot y . .4
meets every Tuesday Evening in ..
tie Hall, St. Helens. Visiting Knight
M. E. Miller, C. C.
Harold Ross, K. of R A S
a ST. HELENS LOIXiE NO.
JT A F A A M. Meets 1st and 3d
N Saturday in each month. Visiting
brothers cordially welcomed. D W
Clark. Master; E. E. Quick. Secretary.
.sa.. Pt- "eiei"' Lol,fe N
tl-l iAZJVU7.l.O.O. F. meet
":-VviS.in the I. O.O. F. build
ing, on the second and fourth Saturdays
of each month, visit in members are
alw:tvs given a hearty welcome.
Chas. Reeler. N. .
J- W. Allen, Sec.
United Artisans, Assembly No. 80,
meets first and third Fridays of each
month at I. O.O. F Hall, St. He'ens.
officers: M. A., Mrs. l.izzia Roberson ;
Siip'nt, Mrs. Isliester; Sec, Mrs. Mabel
Bill; Trcas.. J. Rill All visiting Arti
sans are cordially invited.
Coull StTileieu, Ku.
80, meets every 2nd
A 4th Wednesdays in
K. of P. Hall.
All members urged to
Visiting Brothers always welcome
J. G Prinze, J. R.
M J. Ford. F. S.
Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m.
Preaching 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.
Epworth League at 6;45 p. m.
COUNTY FAIRS SHOULD
BE GREAT FOLK
Dr. Schafer of State University Think
Thev Can Become So.
A state fair that would be a cul
mination of all the county fairs in
the state, with contestants in
sports, music, oratory, spelling,
arithmetic, reading and what-not,
irom me schools of each county,
competing against contestant from
the schools of every other county,
is the idea of Dr. Joseph Schafer,
head of the Extension Department
of the University of Oregon.
i he idea developed from Dr.
Schafer's study of the new voca
tional movement in the public
schools and its relation to the
county fairs. He believes the vo
cational studies necessitate quite a
change in the character of the
county fair, with schools given more
prominence. He would have the
county fair developed into a genu
ine county folk gathering, with the
educational feature much augment
ed. He would have the county
schools competing in whatever
games they play, so that a cham
pioo Bcnooi team, or, at any rate, a
first-class picked team mie-ht be se
lected. The school champions
would compete also in reading con
tests. "It is a cause for complaint
that our people are losing the art of
reading aloud," he says.
on, would be staged in the same
At the conclusion of the county
fair the best speller, the best read
er, the pupils best at 'riting and
'rithmetic," the champion school In
certain sports, and the best school
exhibits in branches like gardening,
domestic science and community
curiosities, would have been dosig
nated by the numerous judges.
SiiiRers and instrumental musi
cians would be picked out in the
"Assuming that ihe schedule of
fairs could be arrangod to make
the state fair the climax, how easy
it would be to bring the best of all
ine school exhibits and contests to
Salem at a great folk gathering of
the state, said Dr. Schafer. "It
could be arianged that the county
fair prizes for these winners Bhould
be a trip to the state fair and ex
penses while there. This would
take to Salem at least a represen
tation of all the people as well as of
all the school children of the most
remote districts. It would bring
home the significance of the state
air 10 me nuniDiest cabin in our
I hen let these selected dudUs
from the 34 counties compete
against oneanother. Malheur
Marion, Wasco against Wallowa,
for example. By this single feat
ure the state fair could be 'made
intensely interesting to those in at
tendance and to those staying at
Before this will be possible, the
county fairs must provide for the
school fairs a vastly increased in
door exhibit space, says Dr. Scha
fer. Tent space could be used un
til permanent buildings are possible.
Diversion of a portion of the coun
ty fair prize funds to the new-
channel represented by school ex
hibits, is another suggestion.
Thirdly, there must be provid
ed a type of entertainment that will
appeal not merely to the adult
farming population, as heretofore,
but to the families of rural and
town people men, women and
children of all ages. For it is
plainly to be seen that the school
fair, wih representative exhibits
of the products of all the children
of all the schools, will make ihe
county fair a folk gathering of the
county; at least it can be made such
NOTICE OK SHERIFFS SAL K.
ami I'V virtue 01 n
By virtue of an execution in fme-
cloaure duly isancd by tle t'leik of the
I trctiit Court ol the County of oluiu
lla, Mate of Oregon. dalel the "ill day
of January, 1014, in a ce.tiin action in
the Circuit Couit for aid County ami
state, wherein W. F. Siuallwood. as
lalntifT. recovered iudirii.rnt ir;iinat
Edward Spranue Tliaver for the sum of
I hree-Hundred Dollars ami cos's ami
iliidiursem. nts taxed at Kighty-Sevc u
Notice is hereby aivi n that I will, on
Saturday, the 7th day nf February, 1H14,
at the front entran.-,- of the Court lion-e
in St Helens, in d c u tv. at 10
o'clock In the forenoon of said day, (ell
hi public auction to the htuheat bidder
for cash, the follow i ng dcsciihed prop
The 1 .ml. water front Hue and tide
land lying northeasteily of the righl-of
way or the Astoria and Columbia River
Railroad Company. Nuinninif at a point
on the ncul-of-way directly west of a
point on the tdiore line at low tide of the
Columbia river 3 0 l et northwesterly
fn m the northeast corner of ihe T. F.
Galloway Donation Laud Claim; tl enie
running 111 a northeast' rly direction
1400 feet al nif said ritiht of way with
the rparian rights and tide lands be
longing to the Ian 'a iheiein de
scribed, the same beinii the land and
tide lamia lying eat of and Iron ingand
abutting lots 2 and 3 of reclion 2.1, tw p
7 noitn, range 2 West of the Willamette
meridian, the aine ladng situated in
Columbia county Oregon, taken and
levied npon as the property of said Ed.
ward Sprague Thayer, or so much (here
of a may bj necisaary to ratLfy the
sahl judgment in t vorof W. F. Small
wood against fuid Edwa d Si ramie
Thajer, wi h interest ihereon, together
with all costs and disbursements that
have or may accrue. A. E. Tit mPkon,
Dated anil flret published Jan. It, l'.M4.
Last publicatiou Feb. 0, II4.
In the matter of the ADDlication
of A. J. Kelley for a license to sell
spirituous, malt and vinous liquors
To whom it may concern:
Take notice that I, the under
signed, have filed our application
with the city council, of the city of
at. Helens, Oregon, on the 12th
day of January, 1914, for a license
10 sen spirituous, malt and vinous
liquors in the socalled A.J. Kelley
building, siluated in secton 4, twp
4. north range 1 west, of said city,
formerly town of Houlton; said
license to be for a term of 12
months from the 27th day of Jan
uary, 1914, and said application
will be heard, granted or refused,
by the city council on Monday, the
the 26th day of January. 1914, at
7:30 o'clock in the evening of said
day, at the city hall in said city, to
which application remonstrances
may be filed with the Recorder of
said city under and pursuant to
Ordinance No. 160 of said citv of
St. Helens, Oregon, under which
said ordinance this application is
Dated at St. Helens. Oretron. this
12th day of January, 1914.
A. J. Kelley, Applicant,
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
In Tint County Court or Thb Statk
of Okkoon fob Coi.UMnu County.
Notice 1 ereby given that Ihe under
signed ailmlnfutrator of the eglatn of
Henry Panstrom, deceased, has filed his
final account and rep. rt in said estate
and that the Hon, W. A. Harris. count
judjie of Columbia county. Oregon, bv
order dated thn 5th day 0 Januaiv.
1914, has set Monday, February titn.
1914, at 10 o'clock a. m. as the hour, and
IS THE CIRClUr COURT OF TIIK
STATE OFOREOON. FOR
Lela M. Clancy, I'laintifT.
J . C. Clancy. Defendant.
To J. C. Clancy, the abjve named do
ft-ndant, you are hereby mini red to an
pear and answer to the complaint filed
against you In the above entitled suit
on -r before February 21, 1914, aid
day being after the expiration of six
weeks from the date of the first publi
cation ot this summons, and if yon fail
to appear and auswer said complaint,
for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply
to the court for the relief demanded
theiein, towit: For a decree forever
dissolving the bonds of matrimony now
existing between plaintiff an I defendant,
and for Such other and further relief as
to the couri may seem meet and eipiit
able. This suuiini ns is publii-hed by order
of the Hon. J. A. Eakin, judge of the
above entitled court, which order was
made and entered on the 0th day of
January, 1914, and the time prescribed
for publication thereof is six weeks, be
ginning with the Issue oUJanuary 9,
1914. and contiulline each week there.
after to and including the issue of Fro.
20, 1914. W. L.COOI-ER.
Attorney for I'laintifT.
( Imrnlx r of C nimerre Building, Port
IN TH K CIRCl'ir t oi ur i F Till
STATU OF OliMtiilN, IN AM r'OK
THE COl'NTY on,i1'i
Rachel M. Iisney, I'taint g, )
M Nina Sav n,-e, I fm.lnnt
h rtby t;i veil that unite
exeCII'ioll In f' re-
1 m ttlHtVt f lltitl'"
conn in iheHU ve entitled ern e, lo
diri. tcd, and . atrd lli. ! day of D.C
1913. uikui K iii.l:uieiil, ilccne a' 1 el
der nf sa'e. it inh r. d and enteied in aid
.mnrt nd cansii on the l.tn iy
.NovenilH-r, Ut 3, in fn'orot Kuchel
n:...,.. . .! i. I M Ninn S.inje
the aumof . nclnindr. d llrrt . three and
tSS-IOtl d liar. ih intcirht Ihcie-n
f tout Ihe said I Mi day of SovchiIht
I'.M.'l. at the rate ol S per cent. wr mi
mini lint I paid and lilly doll r allor
ncy's f. e, and the further um ol twelve
ih.llar cost, and rrtd ol and upon th s
wril rouinn.ndi g nie t.i ell the follow
ing dcscriled real pr.-per'y, i uatcd ill
Colombia County, Oicg. n lonil:
Lot live - .r , lu block seventy live
75- , in tl.e City of M. Helen. Coluiii
hit C nnty, Oregon.
Now. therefore, by irtne of -li d exe
cution, judgment, decree and older of
sale a dm compliance with the eoin
niiinds of s d I w ii', I will, oil Satiiiihtv,
the IINI day of .la.tm.iy, 191 1, at 'he
It. u ol 10 o'clock a. in., Ht t e front
entr nee of tlieeourtlmue, in St lie), ns,
Columbia (Viinlv, or go i, sell at iihlic
auction subject Id redcin.ti 'ii lo the
highest bidder for rash, all the rijfl.t,
t.tle and interest which the within iiiune.1
.'efendant I a I on Ihe 17th .lav of No
vember, I9I.I, or ein.e h.id in and to ill"
alve dcsi-ri ed n-al projH rly, ' sniisly
Slid x i'iitun, j .diin ill, inlere i,
coils and accruiii)! t ortn.
a. K. Thoiii.s..n,
Sheriff ol Coluinl.iii County, oie
D.ite l an I lir-t puhlinhed Jan. 2, 1911.
I.a-t pnl.licati' n Jan. :tl). 19! I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN THE COUNTY COURT FOIl TIIK
STATE OF OR E it N FOR
Ih the Matter of the F.M.ite of K.Var
Angutu" 1'alnier, deiea-ed.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed administratrix of the is'rite of
Edgar Anguxtus Palmer, deceined, lo
the creditors 1 1. ereof, and all person
having clhinm scuinM tl e said ile -eii-
e I, toexmhit th ui with the necess ity
VouclierH, within six tnoi.lhs mIIci the
Hnt publication of this no'i.e, to the
said adniinintrHtr x by filieg the said
claim or claims w. Ih the Uoc.nlv C crk
of Column a ( onnty, Oregon, the siinie
liein the p'ace for thn trans ciionol tl.t
bll'ilip-s of the laid e-tnte, or by lllinti
the said vouchers with the administra
trix at her residence at Or.gon Ciiy
On gon . Route No. i.
ANNIE OA It R HON
First publication January 2, 1914.
Wira uelle incr di m
norl'.wr-l u nnlcr .
sliip :l lloilh, rang"
laieetti' nutidtaii, in
Itikcr c iinty
n..rtheHl !' "
..ctioli 1 1. town-
rl of Ihe Wl1
.. I- ....l.l..l,...l Illllll'lll l'1
Ti I Cllillloll 'X f
oidt-r of tl e I W. A I'ar.i- jo.lge
... ...I I mt .
of Ihe lve i ntillci
:;it. 9i:l. l-r l"'ii "" '
. L. in Iti.. St Helen
T - "
in l -
i, a . nel wei
lie --' - i , .
I,,,,,!,! unty tiren-n. H l'","4
lion U ltuotl Filday. January 2d, 191 1.
,d the l.t twin -n J-iry
3l)'h I'M I , , ,
Wilnesslhelb.n. W . A. Ilai l u"lt
f the Con tv .ourlof the Male ol r
.oi, lor C hiuibi coniily. with the seal
ol -a d coii.t allixel lh- :H' ''"X ,f
lHceinU l. A. 1 I9l:l.
AlU-t: H. E
NoTU'K T fREIITiRS
IS Till: t"OU. I Y lOI'lt UK ''I.
UMI'.I A t'ul'N rY.Kltr.ioiN',
III Ihe matter of ihe enl.i'e ol Ralph
O ll.ivii. .1.-. ea-ed
No Ice la heichv tilvcn that the nn
t'eraigued hax lern duly ap.otulel ad
miuist.ator ol the e-lat.- ol l:alh O
ll .eii, d.ieised ; by the C ' Co.ol
olC.4uii.bia Couiiiy. Slate ol ilngon,
iitnl Iimh duly i ialilied lor n il I irtlxt.
All er-o a l av Hi cl ioiim g b l sal1
ate hereby in Utl d and .r.p.iied
1 1 1 1 1 y erili. d and
yjin liers to Ihr a liol. i
x at ihe law oilier ol A W. Mm Iter,
to present the same
i li p'o er
In tiir riuciiiT Court for thk TAT:
OF OK. CON, FOR THK CoUNTV
Cl.ri-tiiii lin k, Piain iff.
Alviu J. i:,ck, Defendant.
To Alvin J. Reck nlmve named de.
fendant: Yon are hereby reouired to
appear and answer Ihe complaint HI. d
against you in the above entitled suit,
on or before Februarj 21. 1914, ssid day
being after the expiration nf fix weeks
Irom the date of the first publication of
this summons, and if you fai, to appear
and answer said complaint, for want
thereof, the tdaintiff will anulv to the
court for the relief demanded then In,
lowit: For a decree forever dimolvimr
thn bonds of matrimony now existing
between plaintiff and defendant, and f..r
such o lier and further relief as to ih
conn may seem jus.t and equitable.
This summon is published by ordi-r
of the Hon. J. A. Eakin, judgn of the
above en til led court, which order was
made and entered on the 0th day of
January. 1914, and the time prescilhed
for publication I hereof Is six wiek,
beginning with the issue of January 9.
1914. and continuing each week there
after lo and including the issue of Feb.
20, 1914 O. M.HICKF.Y,
Attorney for Plaintiff
Wilcox Building, Portland, Oregon.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
is the county oi rtkor o.-
umi'.i v county, orh;n.
In the matter of the estate of (iiovaiini
D. R. MessWos, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed lias been duly at.p int. d Hil
ininistrator of thee.lateof 'Jiovanni D
R. Messkin. ib ceased ; by I lie County
Court nf t olnmh a Count v. State of
Oregon, and has duly qualified for said
trust, all persons having elain s against
said estate, are hereby n. tided ami re
(uned to pr sent the same, duly vended
wiili the proper voucher-., to the ad
ministrator at the law oflice of
aueller, at St. Helens, Oregon, within
six months fn in Ihe date of tl i- not re
Dated st St. Helens, orcein. Deem
her 5, 191.1.
8. C. Morton, as administrator of tl,,
estate of Oioanni D r. M, n-km. ile
A. W. Mneller, attorney fur the ml
IN HIR COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREOOX, FOR coL
In i lie matter of Ihe estate of llenrj
C KriiM, deceased.
Jo the unknown h.i s of Henry
C. Krue, deceaicd there la ing nodev
Inee or known heirs of said deceased
and loall ersoi , wlunn o. yi r, inter
esled in said e-tate, greeting:
i.x ine, .aic t)f THE STATE OF
loti and each of jou are hereby cited
and required to appear in Ihtt County
Court ol the State of Oreon, for Col
umhia County, at the court room Ihert'
ui.hi ci. neions. in u,e county of
Columbia, Slate of Oregon, on Wed.
nesday, the 1 1 Ih day of February, 19.
at I o'cliak in the afierhoon r,f that, lay,
tlien and there lo show came, if any
there I. why an order should not ,P
made granting lo the Minimi t,r, ..r
sal.l estate permission and directing
him to sell the real estate nf said de
ceased, or so much thereof as shall be
necessary to pay the charges, expense
and claims of administration. r
The following is a trim ile,r,i...i.. ...
all the real property la longmg to said
The south ha f of the southeast quar
ter of section 20, and the north half of
the northeast quarter nf rii..n nr. ...
In township 7 south, range 44 east of the'
at Si. IbhiM, O eu'oii, w thin six
in 'ii'h Irnni tin- t'a'e ol tl ix o He
Dated at St . lb h lis, I'ictf n. iN-cem-la-rfi,
Louisa lla.in, A adinliolritor if
theixtiteol linl h I . II ie... .1- ceaxrd,
A. V. Mueller, a'tortrey for the ad
tninlxt rati i .
NOTICH OF A I'l'l.ll'A ITON IO R i-
iti:r land titles
IN TIIK nitC'UlT ( Dl'KT OK TIIK STATK
OF tlltKCON FOR I'dl t'MIHA
I.t e limit, r i l the n Il
ea' Inn of l.e rie I. MiT'lnr.
on to r.-gistcr th. t I e to the
lj. lowing de-crilad rial pr p.
e ty, nn..tc in ihe eoii' ly ol
C'.T'iii.biii. slate ol Oregon, to
wit : That s.rti..n of ihe mmth
hlf of sect on 17, lVi il in.rih
rane h wext of Wilauictle
met I. ui , .li -Kills d a loll.-w-:
Iteginniiig t a iniint whe e the
line of the su.vey n wn sx
the "toxler Kotd Surv.y" in
tersects with Ihe nonth l.ne of
aid section 17; he ce r.. lining
in a ii..rlh.-ry an I ea t. rly ih.
lectio i along the south line i f
s.il Foster road surycy lo a
K)int ln re the and sontli II e
of said 1'ih.ier R'wd Survey in.
terxecis the east Imc of section
17; theme running ml,
along the e.,t line ol sc. lion
17 lo the nth. a.t corner i f
said xei-ron ir.iln i c running
wist ah, i g iw ,. ,e ,
said section 17 lo it... .1 ....
T begun. inn;
said to le. Ro.iT Survey ttnh
re. nr.le I in taid i-uuntv in 1 1.
ollice of the county t lerk
Uc-irge I. Mi-1'..ers .n. I'l , n'tl
N. I!. Moy. r mi l all ..r on.
and partus unknown claim. ng
any right, I tit-, iti eie-l. e,t i,
of lien in or noon n.. ... ..
p'operty descti nd In rein, i.nl
All Wh in It May Cncerii.
oN II .l.,)era d all !,.,, jt
concei it :
Take notice that on the I 'M, .1 i
lamia, v I'll s , ,..... ..; . .
' ' ' ' ri"naii..ri s . tile.l
".v O. orge L. M, I'he son in in. i-
Court of the .rate of ,,. i... - .,... i
" " " V l'IMIll i
m c.iinty, for in, n, ... I
title to the r.nl n.o... rt i . . I
i - . ? in i.-.iiaiH.ie i
Now, unless vou am ear on ... c i
he2tnl day . f Ma,, !,. i ,. ....
cause why such appn ation .In.ll not I-
panted. , ns,i,
cording to the nraier of il,.
"d you will I (,,.,., ,r
ti i it I ' ' nili
Vou will l. fouver es'nni-,! f. ii
puling tt. tumw. II K i "
f . M .
'y A. F. I'.AHN-KTr, Dep.ly.
Kol.l.lKKt.,.,N(.,11 l .
Sininncr Kalis iKtvueii
St. Helens n ti d I'ri r j
50 cents tine way
75 cents round trip
Tickets ko xI any time after
Moat l-ave Ml. Hideo 1M, ,
Retu.nii'g leavea rortland ? .to p
Arti.e at St Helens 4 4ft 11. in.
A clitirch home for friend tmj
SiTvicea- 10 in. Bilile achjol.
tl a. nt. I'reaclilnir and worship'
7::i0 . in. Sornr aervice and er.
inon. Wedtieaday, p. tn. Mid.
week aervice and HiMu study.
I'lver) imily welcome.
F. J Meyer, Taator.
Houlton Free Methodist Chunk
Sal. bath School at 10 a. ffli
I'leat'liing nt II a. in. and H p. ffl,
I'rayer tmetinK on Thtrwlay rve.
ing at H p. in,
J. N. Wood. I'aMtor.
Glen R. Metsker
A rrvHNEY AT LAW
OltV in Bwoli Buiklmg
ST. HIl tNS - ORtCON
DK'. C. I). WAD1C
PHYSICIAN ANO SURCCO.N
m kit ..'.j a r. in i sss, ont
DR. L. GILHERT ROSS
PHYSICIAN a. SURGEON
irrw limt m.i
Itolll I ti.tltr
DR EDWIN ROSS
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON
I'rHi K IN III Mi HI II.IHMi
St. Helens . Oregon
T. S. WHITE
DR. ALFRED J. PEEL
rtlYSICIAN A SURGEON
I i . 1 1 ti at
DR. H. R. CLIFF
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON
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W. S. Armstrong, M. P.
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Pacific Coast Hospital
ST. HELENS HOULTON