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About St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933 | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1913)
A PAGE OF NEWS NOTES FROM OUR NEIGHBORING CI'I
On Friiiy morninjr. Feb. 28.
about 3 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Divens who live in the North
Dank depot, were awakened by
the noise of someone just outside
the front window of their sleep
ing room. At first Mr. Divens
nrde no investigation, thinking
it was only footsteps on the
travel, but it developed later
that the burglar had sawed
through the pane of glass and re
moved it; however getting no
farther, as he made his timely
getaway before the city marshal
arrived upon the scene. Mr.
Divens thinks that the would-be
burglar, knowing it to be the last
of the month, figured on a haul,
as he probably counted on there
being considerable cash on hand
at this time. .
- Houlton is such a quiet, peace
fol place that time hangs heavily
on our peace officer, the city
marshal, consequently Mr. F. J.
Hastings, who has been entrusted
with the position for the last two
months, took it upon himself to
liven things up a little. He was
standing in one of our public
dispensaries of liquid joy when
R. L. Welch, with whom he seems
to have had some previous un
pleasantness, came in, which
seemed to anger Mr. Hastings.
A wordy quarrel ensued and the
Marshal threw his badge of offi
cer on the floor and pulled a gun
on Welch. The proprietors of
the place promptly disarmed the
beligerant one, after which he
departed for parts unknown. It
is understood that a warrant was
worn out and a deputy sheriff
sent in pursuit.
J. O. Divens is about to com
plete plans for a modern 5-room
shingled bungalow which he will
have erected on his lots lying di
rectly back of the North Bank
depot. This will be one of the
many notable improvements that
are about to occur, and it all
points toward a speedy and
favorable awakening of Houlton,
which, with the enterprising
merchants and manufacturers to
boost, will doubtless be a credit
to its neighboring city, .thrifty
. An interesting and heated ses
sion of the city council was held
. at the regular meeting Monday
evening. A number of ladies
were present for the purpose of
ascertaining what was being
done with the city money. While
the ladies and citizens may not
have a voice at the meetings cf
the council, they will surely have!
a loud one when it comes to vot
ing at the bond election.
Misses Dunn and Fake were
hostesses at a very delightful
dancing party on Wednesday
evening, the 26th, at Bishop's
Hall. The music was exception
ally good. Mr. Wilson played the
violin and J. L. Dean the piano.
A number of St. Helens' younger
set were present and it was an
altogether enjoyable occasion.
The Vermont Hotel, so long un
occupied as a public house, is
about to be opened. It is under
stood that the entire building
will be thoroughly renovated and
remodeled and will be conducted
as a rooming house, with a cafe
On Tuesday afternoon from 2
until 5 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Ketel very charmingly enter
tained her club the "Win One,"
composed of the ladies of the M.
K. church. Dainty refreshments
were served. Several St. Helens'
ladies were present: Mesdames
Dspain, Hazen, Harry Bennett,
W. C. Morley and J. Black.
The moving picture show had
an added attraction on Thursday
evening, a team of vaudeville
performers, the Havelocks, who
did their best to entertain a
packed house with songs and a
sketch. While not ranking as a
professional, the man, Havelock,
did rather well. His voice was
not bad, and his acting, especially
in the sketch, was not that of an
J. L. Dean, who for a short
time was in Houlton engaged in ;
the barber business at Fred Has-;
tings old stand, left on last 1
Thursday a. m., presumably fori
a more fertile field for his labors.
Aaron Kelly and wife on t n-1
day returned from a very de.-;
lightful two weeks' trip through j
California. They visited friends j
at San Francisco and also at An-:
James Griffith, who recently!
left Houlton for Cathlamet, was J
in town on Sunday visiting;
friends, to whom he announced
the probability of moving back i
here again. j
Mrs. Samuel' Long went to(
Portland on the 4 o'clock train j
Tuesday to visit for some time (
with her daughter, Mrs. Hazel
Long Barry and her son Sydney. ,
Ham Kautzman of the Colum
bia Herald has as his guest his
little grand-daughter, Louise
Garrison of St. Johns, who ar
rived on Tuesday and will re
main several days.
The city well is the principal
theme for conversation at
present Expert well diggers.
West and French, are t,t work
with their well-digging ma
chinery, and will ascertain if
there can be a well or if it is a
mere bottomless, waterless pit.
Workmen spent the whole of the
winter a year ago to no avail.
C. H. Briggs, Yankton's prin
cipal merchant, was in Houlton
Monday for a load of freight
M. Cohen of Portland is in the
city visiting Messrs. West and
Deputy Sheriff Lake went to
Prescott Tuesday on the 9 o'clock
xuaitn uark is entirely re
covered from her recent illness
and started again to High school
in St. Helens on Monday morn
Robert Seal of Columbia City
visited relatives in Houlton Sun
Misses Nelle and Leon a Per
kins were guests of Miss Masten
Mrs. J. H. Urie of Clifton.
Wash., who lived here until re
cently, is visiting her daughter,
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Justine
Wilkins on March 3rd, a son.
Morris Churchill visited at his
home a few days last week. He
is employed at Olney at present
Miss Elizabeth Fowler of Scap
poose was in Houlton last week
en route to St Helens, where she
is visiting friends.
Mrs. Way was a visitor in
Houlton on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Clark
sp nt Sunday with the family of
Mr. Clark's father, Aaron Clark.
Mrs. Fairchild hah recovered
from her recent indisposition and
is able to be about.
Mrs. John McQueen attended
the tea at the Guild Hall in St.
Helens on Tuesday afternoon.
C. Hombert has returred from
Tacoma, Wash., where he spent
several days attending to busi
ness matters. He is connected
with the Italian I.nporting Com
pany. J. G. Watts of Scappooge passed
through Houlton en route to St
Helens last Thursday.
Mr. Sydney Smith, a daughter
in-law of Alonzo Smith, who hast Nick Brinn and wife spent
been dangerously ill at the Good! Thursday with her mother, Mrs.
Samaritan Hospital 'n Portland is ' Hendricks.
E. 0. Stewart and family were
in town shopping Saturday.
Thompson White went to Port
land Thursday morning, return
Clifford A. Bramble returned
Saturday on the 7 o'clock train
from Portland, where he spent
Mrs. I. J.t Hersha is at home,
having spent some time at Broad
acre, the guest of her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. McAllister of
Trenholm visined friends in St
Helens and Houlton on Saturday.
Delmar Masten came in from 1
camp oq Thursday. j
The stave mill that the Western !
tVmnorntrA Cn fa tn niuFilu !
Trenholm will be ready for work
in about 60 days.
Clinton Prescott went to Goble i
on the early train Tuesday morn-'
Chas Masten was in from the
camp on Thursday.
A number of Houlton peopU
went to St. Helens on Thusdny
evening to the entertainment
iriven at the Guild Hall. The
nlav was a clever one and the
cast well selected.
Harry 0. Oliver went to Tort
land Thursday on business.
Mrs. Delmar Masten and
daughter soent Friday at the
John Masten home.
T. S. White went to Rainier on
the 2 o'clock train Friday.
Mrs. D. T. Gerdeshas returned
home after a pleasant visit to
friends and relatives in Cath
lamet and Astoria.
W. S." Paige, a salesman for
Wadhams & Co.. Portland, was
in this city Friday.
rhilip Porter left 0
lock tram Surety 1
Astoria, where lie n
J. A. Urie's resident
taken mid- the petition has been signed it
.1 ..At I. 1 ft
,,nly worse on Mo- d t after 1'
: ::,.o! mn. itiotl. v win w ivu..
III a mux"
for me time, was
Mrs. Wm. Morley visueu
friends in Houlton on Monday
Frank Brown was in town
Monday morning transacting
Kev. Fuirchild delivered hi,
usual sermon on Sunday evening,
to a very small congregation.
Chas. Graham of Perry &,
Graham Co. was a victor to t on
land on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fowler and their,
son Arthur were in Houlton
Terrv A Graham, the pioneer
Lawrence Tarbell was in from merchants. have a full line of
his ranch near Yankton on i anr:n, ffnaA9 ftt the riirht orice.
Louise Ketel started to school
this week. Shi la a primary
accepted pupil In Miss Masten's room.
I There is very little sickness re
u heit.ir ported among the pupils and at
13 in. in .
. L t
irroatlv improved by a ironn w
tendance at school has been bet
ter than for.Bome.time.
... . . ' Tl 1
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Masten nuu,y. John Uhlman has entirely re-
spent Sunday at the John Masten Miss Belle Conlogue went to coveml from hi, recent paralytic
home. i Portland Friday afternoon to ' kj ftnd s t0 be out
fete White and family visited spend me weex-ena wun ner
in Houlton on Saturday. I sister.
L. H. Col' ell of Yankton was1 Wm. Morley of St. Helens has
in town on business Saturday, purchased some lots in Houlton,
C. D. White went to Columbia j on the tollasten's crossing,
City on the 2 o'clock train Satur-!and w,lL Perhaps build a resi
riav . dence in the near future.
Clyde Sutherland was in Houl
ton Tuesday a. m. en route to
Mrs J. L. Zipperer was a pas
senger on the 4 o'clock train for
Portland on Tuesday. She will
meet her mother, Mrs. Barbour
of Mayger. In the city.
Mrs. Mills of Vernonia is spend
ing some time in Houlton, the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Wm.
B. B. Henry of the -Dodge
Manufacturing Co., of Portland,
was In town on Tuesday.
Wayne Grubb has moved into
his new home, Harry Bennett's
property on Main street, and will
keep bachelor's hall for the
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Churchill
have taken the Pelford house
and will move at once.
Perry Usher was called to
Scappoose on professional busi
Charles White returned from I
Portland Thursday evening on
the 7 o'clock train.
Mrs. Wm. Belford is anticipat
ing a trip to her childhood's
home. Kentnekv. t
Mrs. Wm. Ketel had as her
house guest last week Mrs. Dan
Burns and two children of Col
Hugh Leiferman is reported
entirely well and has returned to
Born, on Tuesday. March 4. to
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cato, a son.
Orville Bnnn of Yankton was
in the city Saturday.
Mrs. Ada Lattin and son of
Trenholm went to Portland on
0, Musaet Mad Mania Fee Daeteeyii
leg Wm"'a Clthe.
'I waa once Cotuedle Free
eni. but a eicttor, not 111 en.
tri-4. I bnd on whit hat. which I had.
been told Bulled m quit wall, rrom '
thu bo lu wblrb I aat I noticed Alfred
d. Muaaet. aud b caught night of ma,
to. m ha raroa to a no baiwaaa tba
It plnnted bluiaetf la front of ma
and mi Id rudelyi 'You're got a hldeou
but ihi. ntadinnolaell. I can't Imagine
how pretty woman ran dree nadir.
It bar atttpiuity ror any on wna
but a whlia akin Ilk you ra to so and
poll th effect of bar eduipleitoa by
wearing a white bat. An bo epoke ba
(nva ma a bans on the baad which
quit rrnabed mjr bat. turnad on bU
brrl and took blmaelf off.
"Vhn I told my frland. Rofar do
flcauvolr. wbo knaw Da Moaaat wall,
of tba Incident b anld: 'Ba to raUtar
addlctad to rl pUMnlrtao. Tba ota
rr day ba waa at Tortoola wltn U Mo
pidor. who waa waortni a Ugbt fmn
diva, when auddanly. without tba
Nllehtrat warnlns. no aoliod a bottla of
raibarry olmp and pourad Ita con-
Ipnta orir DM companion a roiim,
romplrtoly ruinluf bar tollac. Baaaama
to ba amictad with a mania for apoUtaf
woiuen a clot boa.' "-"lly Autobiogra
phy." by Mm. Jodltb.
HE WAS A GROUCH )
Ad Ha B-MiwlaHad a 0d Tort fur
County Supt, Wilkinson visited
the school on Tuesday. He is
always a very welcome visitor.
Lois, Leah, Algernon and Edg
bert, chilJren of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Oliver, entered school on
Alton Clark is at school once
more, after an absence on ac
count of Bickness.
Miss Conlogue returned Mon
day from Portland where she
1 spent the week-end.
The pupils of the Houlton
present at least. j Mrs. Roland Masten spent 8(,hot)' will doubtless add their
Alonzo Smith and wife went to Saturday, at the home of John ,names to the already long list
Portland last Saturday. Masten.
Mrs. Will Belford visited in R- Shields was a visitor to
Portland on Wednesday of last Portland the first of the week,
week. j Mrs. Oliver Smith shopped in
Mr. Ford of Bachelor Flat has Houlton Saturday,
moved into Hcul ton, and is occu-j Mrs. A. E. Thompson spent
pying the George Chambers resi-' Saturday visiting in Portland,
deuce on College street, j Mrs. Walker, who has been ill
wno are signing a petition that
the old battleship Oregon, instrml
of being consigned to the scrap
neap, oe allowed to heal the
naval procession that opens the
Panama Canal. This" petition
was recently sent out by the State
Supt. of Instruction and will be
met with hearty approval. After
-I bad a UtUa Iomoo aatarai waU
ai o," ramarkad tba nun with tbt gray
muiiarho, "and It cn4 o la food
-tio 1 baad." aaid the atoot sua.
1 waa In tba gang wbarn I kaap
my car and bappanad to orarbaar a
conraraaUon among tb boys. A ror
tain man bad boas Injurad wbUo trav
allng abroad-varr badly Injnrad, It
waa reported -and ono of th boys was
telling tba otbarn about It Tn story
In tba p par aaya he tnat gat wall.'
tba youngatar want on. Did yoa knew
1.1m. Tatar And the boy nddraaaad
promptly rtpllad. 'Sara. I know tb' eld
"Say. that hit no pratty bard. Bar
waa a leading elUMB dying, and ail in
boy could tvmambor a boot him waa
that ba waa a grouch. Ton, ntr, tt mad
m alt np and think hard. And 1 got la
my mind that wbaa I paaaad oot I'd
Ilka to bo romombond for soaMthiag
That'a worth conatdftng." mid tba
"Uood Uit" aaid tba first man.
"Good avrmon." naid the
arland Ilala Dollar.
Administrator's Notice to
IK THE COC5TT COUBT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOB '
' In tb matter o( the eatate of J B
Notice ii hereby giren that E. H.
Lynch, the nnderaigned, baa been duly
appointed administrator of the estate of
J. B. Lynch, deceased, by the County
IN THE CIRCIUT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON. FOB
S.J. Katninsky, Plaintiff,
George Kohl's Pt-If ndant.
Io the oaoie of th? stute of Org m,
yon are hereby ri quired to app-ar mid
answer the complaint filed agaih-t vou
in the above entitle 1 ac ion on or before
six weeks from the publication of tbis
summons, to-wi ; On or l'ore be 14 h
Court of the State ot Oregon, foe Cotmu
bia County, and has duly qualiflel for day of Apt A, 1913. nd f yea fntl to tp
said trust. All pjrsone having claims pear or anwer, lor wnt tlieif, li e
arainst aaid estatt are hereby notified plaintiff will tske jurl! lert sg nun j.'"
sad required to present the now, duly
Mriflftd with ornoer Touchers. O ssid
administrator, at the oftoi G. M. Mc
Bride, in St. Helens, Coli!U Connty.
Oregon, within a-ic mow ths.-from date of
tbia notice. "H'!
Dated at 8t. Helens. Ore,, and 6rat
pnblUhed March 7. 1913.
E. H. jjywh,
Administrator i the estate of J. B.
IN THE COUNI T COUBT OF THE
STATE OF Ol'.EGON FOB COL
In the matter i f the estate of Joseph
Notice is hen by K'Ten tnt w
nrrison, aa tbr administrator of tbc
estate of Joseph layburn, dereaavd, has
rendered and prt sented for settl-raent,
and Died in said court his fins' sc-onnt
of his administra.ion of said eft ate, and
I that f 'onHav. tk.i 24th da nf rbraarr
1913, at I) o'clock p m of sail day,
the court room of said court, at the court
hone in the riry of St. II-len (olum
kiria county, Oreon, haa b-en dt y up
pointed by t'.e Jndze of sa d c irt (or
the-eettlementof said account, at v hlcb
time and place any person interet t-rl Io
r-'-f Mtate my appear and file eicep
' ' -'! aroonnl mod hare tbeir ob-
'ii ' I aoraonl brj.
'' tpabli,hdtbit Utb day
for the sum of f250.00 t' gethrr w th
interest thefeon ac tl e att )( e gbl -)':r
vent per i.nnuui (rom tl, 14. 'i it
December, 1910, the ur ber iita of
I'rt) 00 as att )rne ' (ee, inf. for I itr c, t
i and disljiir! mfti, o t:l 'ijm n
( prajeii (ur in the cornel .in bled ueiciu
to whii-ti refercn'!- it h re'.; m.i'le.
Tliii' summon, l tervei 'ipon jou ly
pubii&itinn heieo.' fir sir wel-.sic-cessir-ly
;n tre 3t. ).'el-is Vt t,
order f the Hosiiab'i ''. A. f nr h,
County Jude, act n in t . h e ic; -if
Honorablij .1. A. Eaki: , 1 nipt l :U)
above entiild court, b -t .rlet.it
dated on th 21rt ..ay of Fi:; ur t, 16 i I
Date of fir, t pti i ati i it Feb 2;,1 .J
Date of lav pub. lea! il. i u p I 1,1 f I
Emt;on 1 F.nil; on) A Uti I,
Attriej U Prf ttit,
m 15., rd of Cn.:,-,
I irt.bn d. Ore.
tl(,rO at five per cen' pr annum from
lie 19ih diy.f March, 1912, the further;
stl ji of f50 00 as attorneys' lee, and the
coats and ilisoursementsof this action as
prayed for in the Complaint filed herein
to which reference is hereby made.
This Summons la served upon you by
po Mica' ion thereof for tlx weeks nc
ceasively In the St. Helens Mist, by
ordf of the Honorab e W. A Harris,
County judge, adit in the absenceof
Honorable J. A. Eakir, Judge of the
above entitled Court, w hich oider is
dated on the 21st day ol February, 11M3.
IH t of lir.-t publicatii n is Feb 21 11.13.
i)d e of lat pablicsiion ir April 4. 1913. J
Kmm.jDi & mtnons A Heid.
Attorney" for Plaintiff,
W9 Board Of Trade,
n t ia ?iucuir ourt r the
ISTA fE OF OREGON, FOR THE
l-.OUNTVOF COI.UMBI t.
Victor C. Ma'com, f'l.ii it iff,
it .ttjre UMI and ! ;ia IN I I s, ).
T.i the ni me of the Mm ' ires' n.
IN THE CIRCUIT COl'RT OF THE
STATE OP OREGON, FOB COL
Trina Randa Plaint iff,
August Koski DefeixUiit,
In the name ol the state of Oregon,
you are hereby reqnired t appear and
answer the complaint filed agiinm you in
the aN've entitled action on or berore
six w-eka fr. m the publication of thi
ilimtun s, to:it: on or before the Htb
day of April, 1913, and if yon fall to ap
pear or answer for want thereof the
t'lainl ff will takr Judgment agaiiut yon
wbi h Older is diitJ oq the
Iaie of first pub leation H Pel'. 31,1913
la't of la-t puhlioation I Apr 114, 1913
Emmons A Emin.ns A Rent,
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
909 Board of Trade.
Portland, Oreg u.
Ill .lay ..I , rrqni.,.1 by ,l,e bkru.icy .c. d
Tt.. ...L. I..I a. ..
.... ..eouie n e, .iil.s entimsted
aaaeis amounting to l.'t0 00.
Dated Prh. 21th, 13.
Chester G. Mnrphy,
Referee In Kankrnpicr
Notice to creditor.
IN TiiBUWRtCr COURT CF THE
United Sta'es. For the District of Oregon
Ji the malt' nf Bo C. Davidson,
No. 2294 In bankruptcy.
Notice in hfNblr u(vii Ihat nn ihm 9UI.
for the snm of t.!00,00, t .gtb-r wih j dsy of FebraBrv A. D- lm R, c
To Whom it May Cone
A tl -
nn poring knowing thomwlvea
inueoteu toua please call and a,.tti
White & White.
interest thereon a', the rate of 'oin ir
cent t-r arnum from th . St1 .lay of
Angu.t. 101 1 the further mm r.f IW 00
aa attoi e)V fee, and the rest and di
b'lrsetneols of this acllon a pr.-iyrd f. r
j if the complaint filed beteiii to which
n fereme is hereoy made.
Thlf -n anions is served npon - ou by
! publi. .l n thereof lor s! W"eks ii",ee-
sively in the Ht. Helens Mit.by or. erof
; tl a Ho . W. A. Harris, Count) Jn.lge,
siting I i the sbeenre of the ! a. j. A.
AdmtnUtrator'a Notice to credi
IN I HK COUNTY COUBT Ol' ?v
STi TE OF OREtiO.V l'OI nL
P. W. IUrrlmnn,
IN THE ci tcuir CO p.:
STATE OF OKI tiON F . .
MMt Sliit'.ion, I" aintil.',
Aag.ist K H, D 'emlart.
In the ra-ie o' t ie fct ite
Vou are bet by r..i;uire,l t :
answer the C mplr li t 11 d
in the above sntfll -d set c it:
six weeks frm the pubic, .'on o
summons, I -wit tfci Ktn
or April 1CJ3, . a a I ir toe
fail to appear arswr .- tenet
thereof, lb fUlmtlST wilt Uf Jiulgairnt
aniaat yon lor th sum ot IOt?.'X w'
latent on 1 200.00 at tiv ptrc-K rr
aaoaia from th 18th day of Noyr tuber,
1911 to Alarch 19, 191, and fntereM on
if T I K I
of Olr-g. Ii.
R"'r"- 3 ou
jn or f itt
i - nn I arh of y u .re ! t 'jv e
u ed o .ippearao'l a ifwe b i cr n. j ,Mn -'ndge f thu above ei itlt 1 court,
,i fiai nit j agjiinsi yoi. r iin- it) ,ve nf I
'it id a. toil on or b.:fc r. t w il t fn rn ,
h pit liion of Ll i nm n i, lo-v it:
in or b. f ie the I4J-. a: of tt r I, 1(
n I i! joj fail to ( :i r or r rer die
fi diD', 'hereof pbilnt (' will ti k i w
Hit S,t iimt Jon forib i nini ( f ('.'.V bO
:tt , ti.e ' with ialer-rt l hereon n lie t .e
'if 'o e.- ce&Cperarnuoifroni tje IjiU
i, cf Aiiitaat l!X4t, the flintier suit of
W 00 a. u;frceyj" la .u d lor u lid
it ,ci.n r.mls of '1 i i dlo; a i pra- d
'it in t t. couiplni .! fed he ein to
ifc- jh r "(.'enee is herilf mule.
ilti r 'j:niuona is tr n d hp. n J )U ,i
it i. if , i u by publli at oi Hit I r .(
e s ru!.sive1y ir t'ie i-ii 'itr i
vi l.y ontr cf thu J ir. V. A larr a,
.o- rt'y fi aft. nriir.f in mi j rce
'.o oral.M J. A. full i, Jul! .' I
i re ei Med court. b ch or :r It
4t; l ths 21st day -f fe' ruanr il 11.
I tie lift pubficntfin F b. I, If . 3
I ite t l b at publication It A pill 4,19 S
Bmmnni aV Enin.oii A R l I,
Attoreys for JlafriliaT.
909 Board of Trade,
Daviilfon.nl Moinr. lrjrn ilia h nV. I
ropt above named, as duly adjililicat d
bankrupt and that the firs meeting of I
his credito'l will held at ll fflcee .
ol the undeisianed r oius 401.2-3, Fen. In the matter of the eat.i. i a
ton Building. Portland, O;. . on the 7th Lynch, Deceased. "
day ..f March. 19IS, at 10 a m.stl Nolle. I. i i
wire), time said creditor, may niind. 1 1 Vncl, tb. n. r" 0mt v
pr. tre their claim.. ...point a true ,e, W . Vd ' r'r'f"?1 l"n l
examine th, banket. .,, ..-.iS::.
surh otherv l,a.1'.ies as may p.rp-rly . .ourl ol lh' ,, ... ' by V""
. t.i... :.i . : i.. - ...... vi vreiron. r
v.ui,'c ''', . iii Hireling
1 1 lima unlet be prevented in f ) -n
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
DRAY I NC AND TRANSFER
All Buaineag Promptly Attended To
PHONE IS OR 42
Orgstsvit f..- t
. -. -ak-'aa llir f .riilllit
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Pl!3IC r.WSSr CIELKER
WITS PfSSSfD WHlli YOU WAIT
SPITS MAPI TO 08 DIM iy TIBST CLASS TAUOS
.St. Helens, Or.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIK
FTATROF OHE(?ON. FOR TUB
COUNTY OF COLUMBIA.
Frank Walker, Plaintiff,
Capitoli, Lillian Walker. Defeadant
To Cauitoli Lillian Walker, Defend
In the name ol the state of Oregon,
yon are herehy requested to appear and
snsaer to the complaint filed againat
you in thenboveentitled suit within six
weeks from the data of th first publlca.
ion ol thu notice, to.wit: the 7th day
of March. 1(113, ,n( if M o
or wunt th-re.,! ih, plaintiff will take
J'idKinent and decree against you, for
evor d.s.olving -he bon.la of matrimony
ow and heretofore existing beta ceil
5"j and th plaintiff, and for the car
ii I r.i.to.lr of the minor children and
'"ftmri, older and ftmher relief aa to
he court may equitbl aad lust,
'I tot 'plalntlir. cost, and disborse
"I 'inn herein.
S'-' vice ol this summons I made upon
by imbllc.tiou of the aame In tb
1 ,eM a weekly newananer.
an NUi ce.siv , Wfrk, by rtlt o( ,
V '""'7 th. Hon. J.A.Rakln.
on T "hun ,l,UlW Curt'
"'V'' 4,11 "Jol March, 1013
Perry C. Htrou.l,
Attorney for Plaintiff
H"d National llank Building,
ei, johna, Oregon.
'Uld CooJ. a Specialty
c-niriAKD S BEER