St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933, July 18, 1913, Image 4

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    Summons
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THK
8TATB OP OKKHON, IN AND KOR
the cor NT Y OF COLIWUUA.
John Canoe. I'Uintitr.
v.
Kate Clinic, hefeuiUnt,
la the name of the State of Otrgoo ;
You, Kate Cure e, re hereby required
o appear and ansa er to tlie complaint
filed against you herein, on or before
the 19th dav of July, 1913, tint date
being sis wet Its from the first publica
tion herein, ami if )oti fail to appear
and answer herein, plaintiff will apply
to the court lor the relief prayed for in
the complaint file. I herein, and more
particularly d fined as lolloas:
That the bonds of matrimony between
himself and the defendant, now xist
Inn. I ferever dissolved, and for guch
other and further lelief as to this court
may seem equiiable and just.
Thia summui's is fered upon you by
publication thereof for not less than
aix weeks in the St. Helaus Mist, a
newspaper published in the County of
Columbia, State of or.gon, and by order
of the Honorable J. A. Eakin, Judge of
the above entitled Court, which order is
dated ti e 3rd day of June, 1913. and the
date of the last publication of this sum
mons is the ISth day of July, 1913.
Joseph Maunix,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
I
Summon
Summons
N THE CIRCUIT COURT CK THE
S1ATK OF oREGoN rolt THK
county ofcolumisia.
Ivan Karcbeveky, Plaintiff,
s.
Anna Karchevsky, Defendant,
la the name of the state of Oregon.
You, Anna Karchevky, are hereby
rtqaired to appear and answer the com
plaint tiled herein against you on or be
fore the 19th day of Juiy. 1913, that date
being six weeks from the first publica
tion herein, and that if you fail to ap
pear and answer herein plaintiff will
apply tothecouit for the relief praved
for in tbt complaint filed hereiu and
more particularly defined as follows:
1. That the bonds of matrimony now
existing between plaintiff and defend
ant t e forever dissolved.
2. That the care and custody of the
aid minor child, a girl, be awarded to
the plaintiff herein.
3. For a decree awarding to the
plaintiff the title to the real property
known and described as lot No. 15,
block No. I'O, ;Pirtstnoutn addition to
the city of Portland, Multnomah county,
Oregon, and for such other and further
relief as to this court may seem equitable
and just.
This summons is served upon you by
publication thereof in accordance with
n order of the Honorable J. A. Eakin,
Judge in the above entitled court, which
order is dated the 3rd day of J une. 1913,
requiring the publication of this sum
mons to be made at leant once a week
for hi consecutive weeks in the t.
Helens Mist, a newspaper published in
Columbia County, Oregon, the date of
tbs first publication being the 6th dav
of June, 1913, and the date of the last
publication being the 18th day of July,
1913.
Joseph Mannix A Max G. Cohen,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OK THK
SIWTlioF ORKC.ON, KoK COU
U Mill A COUNTY.
Ada Alice Davia, Plaiiititr,
vs.
William . lavis, lVfendaut.
To Uinum A. Pavis, the al.ove named
def nd.itt :
In the name of the sUle of Oregon
you ere I ereby required to appear and
answer the complaint of the plaintiff
filed agi.int you iu the alxive entitled
court and catii-e, within six weeks from
the date of the first publication of this
uiiiiii,,n, and if you fail to appear and
answer saU c nipluint, for want thereof
the plaintiff will apply to the court for
the relief prayed for in the said com
plaint, to wit: Foi a decree dissolving
the marriage contract existing between
the plaintiff and the defendant, and
awarding to the pla'titili' the c'e, cus
tody and control of th minor childien,
Jewel. Isalella and h'ulph Nel-on, and
for such other and further relief as s' e
may be entitled to iu the premises.
This summons is served upon yon by
pub icatioli ill the St. Helens Mist, pur
suant to an order made and entered iu
the above entiiltd coutt on the 3r.1 day
of June. 1913, by the II n. J. A. Kkin,
judne of said court.
Pitchburn & Povv lies,
Atb rueys for I'iaiutiff,
16 1-2 Third Street. Portland. Ore.
Pate of first publication June 6, 1913.
Pale of last publicalixi Julv IS. 1913.
Citation
IN
THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR
COLUMBIA COUNTY.
In the matter of the estate of Herman
Hansel, deceased.
To the unknown heirs and devisees of
Herman Hansel, deceased.
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you are cited to lie and appear in the
Coonty Court of the State of Oregon for
the Cjpnnty of Columbia, at the Court
Room thereof, in the City of St. Helens,
in said eonrjty and slate, on Saturday,
Augtiet 9th, 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m. of
that day, then and there to show cn:-e,
If anv exists, whv an order of sale should
not I e made according to the prayer and
petition of the administrator of the
above entitled estate, for the sale of the
real property beiouging to said estate,
the said real property being described
as follows:
Beginning at the northeast corner of
a tract of land heretofore deeded by
Rachel A. Campbell and J. A. J. Camp
111, her husband, to Emma Vivian and
Frederick Vivian by deed, dated Octo
ber 28th, 1892, and recorded in Book M.
of Deeds for.Columbia County, Oregon,
at pane 4-8. thence running weet along
the south boundary line of the pre-ent
traveled county road leading from St.
Helens to Houlton, Oregon, 150 feet to
a point, thence rnnning south 176 het
to a picket i-ricp, thence eat 61 feet to
the east line of Rachel A. Campbell's
land, thence in a northeasterly course
2'iO feel to the place of beginning, all of
said described tract of land being in
Section 4, Township 4, North, Range 2
Weet of Willamette Meridian in Colum
bia County, Oregon, and lots 20 and 21
of Block 107 of the city of St. Helens,
Oregon, except strip taken by county
road.
Witness my hat,d aud seal of said
court affixed this let day of July, 1913
II. E LaBare, County Clerk.
Seal of County Court,
Columbia County, Oregon.
Published first time July 4, 1913.
Published last time August 8, 1913.
A. W, Mueller,
Attorney for Administrator.
Summons
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
STATE OK OREGON FOR COI..
UMI5IA COUNTY.
George E. Hiitgins, Plaintiff,
vs.
Nannie E. Higjins, Defendant,
Iu the name of the siate of )regou :
You, Nannie E. Higgins, are hereby
required to appear and anwir H e Ci in
phiint filed hereiu against you on or be
fore the 19th day of July, 1913, that
date being six weeks from the first
publication herein, and that if you fail
to appear and answer bereirj. plaintiff
will apply to the court for the relief
prayed for in the complaint on tile here
in, and more particu'aily defined hp
follows:
For a decree of divorce dissolving and
annulling ihe bonds of mutriuionv now
existing between the plaintiff and de.
fendant forever, and for such other and
lurther relief as to the court may seem
just.
This summons is served upon you by
publication thereof in accoidanre with
an order of the Honorable J. A. Eakin,
Judge in the aboveentitled court, which
order is dated the.lrd day of June. 1913.
requiring the publication of this sum
mons to be made at least once a week
'or six consecutive weeks in the St.
Helen " Mist, a newspaper published in
Columbia County, Oregon, the date of
the first publication being the titli day
of June, 1913, and tin date of the last
publication being the ISth day of julv.
1913.
J. Mannix fc Max G. Cohen,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Summons.
IN THE CIRCIUT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, FOR
COLUMEIA COUNTY.
Martha A. Tift, Plaintiff,
vs.
Thadeus F. Tift, Defendant.
In the name of the state of Oregon,
you, Thadeus S. Tift, are hereby required
to appear and answer to the complaint
filed against you herein on ir before
the 9th day of Angtist, 19!3, that da'e
being six weeks from the publication
herein, and if you fail to appearand
answer herein, plaintiff will apply to
the court for the relief prayed for in ti e
complaint filed herein, an I more particu
hirly defined as follows :
"The p'aintiir asks that a d cree be
granted f' rever divorcing her from the
above defendant. That the court er
mit and allow the said plaint fl" to n -sunie
the name of Mrs. Mapea Ani.et'a
Anderson, said name being that granted
her in a former marriage, and that such
other relief be granted as to the court
may seem lit and equitable.
Max G. Cohen & Joseph Mannix,
Attorneys for the Plaintiff,
N.tice of Sheriff's Sale
Dy virtue of a foreclosure execution
duly issued by the clerk of the Circuit
Court of the County of Columbia in the
State of Oregon, dated the 10th day of
July, 1913, in a certain suit in the said
ciicuit court, for the said County of
Columbia and State of Oregon, wherein
C. u. Elwert as plaintiff recovered a de
cree against Bennett L Johnson and
Mary Johnson, husband aud wife, and
William S. Dippold and Dove E. D,p
oold, husband and wife, for the sum of
fWl.W, with interest thereon from the
27th day of June, 1913, at the rate of
7 per cent per annum, and the trni ol
1150.00 as attorney'! fees in said suit,
ayd the pnrtber sum of fit. 75 as Coats
and disbursements therein: command
ing and directing me, as 'he duly elected
and qualified sheriff of the said County
of Columbia, in the S'ate of Oregon, to
seilanyand all of the right, title, in
terest or estate of each and allot the de
fendant! theiein from, on, or after the
lftth day of May, 1911. iu and to Ihe
premises hereinafter descrihed, and to
apply the proceeds of such sale:
First : To the payment of the sotu I
i $14 75, coats and accruing costs.
I Second: To the pav inent of the sum
jof $150.00 a attorney's fees.
I Third: To the paviiienl ol ihe sum of
1 Jil.Vt7.rk, with interest them n Iioiil the
I 27(h day of June, 113, at tlieiaeol7
; per cent per sin nun. w I ii h evree was
duly enrolled and docketsd iu the office
jof the raid county cleik of Columbia
County in the Siatx of Oregon 'ii the
27th d ly ol June, 19.3.
Now, therefoie, pursuant to said f''.
cotton, notice is hereby given Ibut I
will, on the 'Jotti day yf August, 1913,
at ihe Court iiou-e door, on the west
side thereof, in the City of St. Helens,
County ol Columbia, state of Oregon, at
the hour of two o'clock iu the ader
noon oi si i ! day, sell at pubi c auction
to the hih st bidder for cas'.i anv ami
allot the I'ht, title, interest or esta'e
of the sa; I .lelemUi.tr, I'ci i lit 1 1 I.. John
sun and Marv ,b hnsoti, his wi'e, ami
William S. I 'i ,ipo d and Vove E. Pi
p ld, his Wile, i t illicr r e;t h of t' em,
had or c aimed i i or to the heieiu.ifier
di sciilied p cllii-cs, on or alter (he l.ilh
day ol May, 191 1, to.wit:
The N. it;.e-t qiia.ter N V 1-4 of
ction thirty-live 35, Township seven
(Tp. 7) iiurt I) of laoge tive(R. S West
of Willamette Mnhlian. containing UjO
acres, together with the teueiiienis,
hereditau.ent s at d api uriei aiiCt-s theic
unto belong ! g oi in anv wise aj jer
taiiiinA', including that one cer ain
ell ng!e mill complete, situated on said
described premises, loget'er wi h the
engine and machinery of every natur
used in theopi ration of said m il, which
I im ordered and diiected under and by
virtue of 'aid execution, or n much
thereof as mav be mce-arv to satisfy
(he xaid decree ill favor of Jt hp said C.
M. Elwert au'l agniust the said defend
ants, Bennett I.. Johnon and Mary
Johnson, hiis'miid and wife, and Wil
liam S. Pipiold and Dove E. Pippold,
hu-hauk and wife, and each of them,
with inic eft i hereon, together with all
cos's and dishiirwineiit, which have or
may ace. ue un ler or by virtue ol seid
execution.
Witness my hand this 17th day of July,
1913.
A . E. Thom"on,
Sheriff of Columbia Com ly,
Sla e of Oregon .
-UMMONsi
IN THE CIRt ITT COURT OF TH
STATE OF OREGON FOR COM' M-
1UA COUNTY.
Hannah C. For, Plaintiff,
vs
Paul Edward Fu s, Pefindant.
To Paul Edwnrd Fort, Pefendant:
In the i Hine of the State of Ortga,
You lire hereby required to appear a .d
aiiHW-r the complaint tiled againM )os
luthealwive entitled suit, on or la 'ore
the 3iHh nay of August, '1913, and il you
fail to nnsaer, plaintiff will tak a de
cree against you gs pru ed h r in th
mplaint filed herein, to-wit: T it
the boiidr of inatiililony herctf' re ami
now existing between pl.iintil! slid
yourself he i:i-olved, and for nucli
other relief as to the court may seem
meet and equitable. Service of thiaeum
uiom is made upon you by publication
pursuant to an order of the Honorable
J. A. Eakin, Jmle of said court, made
on July 14th, 1913, direetiug said publi
cation iu the "St. Helens Mitt," once a
week for six consecutive Weeks, b
ginniiih wi h July 1Mb, 1013
O. M. Hickey,
Atlornev for Phtiniilf.
513 Wile ;x Hldg ,
Portland, Olt
rirxt publication, July IS, 1913.
I.a-t publication, Augii 't 24. 1913
district sa'ni road is located hU
opon the satite for public trivel.
Mattor of application of City of
UainitT for rental of rock crusher:
On this Ilrd day of July, l'J13,
this niattor oonitnn on for consider
ation upon the application of the
city of Kainier ly V. J. Freeman,
its engineer, fur the rental of thc
county rock crusher and road rol-U-r
now hemic used in road district
No. f., nd the court l einif advis.'d
in the matter, it is ordered ba the
court that said machinery he olTci ed
to the city of Kainier for use by
said city at am'h time or times as
will not interfere with the county
road work, nnd as may hereafter be
agreed upon, at and for the rental
price of twelve dollars per day, the
cyunty to furnish a competent 'ti
gincer tii have charge of said ma
chinery, and sstid city of Ka'tii. r to
furnish nil other expense, including
oil nnd repairs, and to i.dm n said
machinery and set the tame up in
gamd runninjt order in ll e place
from which it may le taken,
or such other place a- may I"
agreed upon.
Mutter of the application of Mrs.
Julia AlUrtson for a widow's
pension:
On this ;ird day of July. H13,
there is presented to the court an
order of the juvenile court of this
county, allowing; widow's per.sioti
in favor of Mrs. Julia Alhertson. in
accordance w ift Chapter 42, S. L.
1913, in the sum of f 32.50 per
month; and the court heing ad
vised in the matter, it it ordered
Columhia County as respondent In
a certain appeal from the action of
the hoard of equalization taken l-y
Western Timber Company, as ap
pellant, recovered it coats and dia
hurn'ii t uts olT and from said ap
iM ; Uin t . That afterward, on the
l.'ttli dav of October. 1'JOS
Conyeraet al
Campbell J I, constable state
va Con) era et al
Ceary Julia, wltnaaa state vs
Con vera et al
Murray Hugh, "
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a cost
Watkina II i'.drawintf Jury list Sua
joi.n c ii ..
Hlakeslev WW" .
hill in the sum of STJ.r.O was duly (-,,,,,,. j work for JJ
tiled in said cause, and on said date mU a u M)of Jp
thee was also tiled certain objec- Vrlm VtVMW wufk f ,
.: . I ...,.t bill un.l a motion1.., ..... '4&Q
noun v wi.i ;Siierwoti r ll, ot exam nf
70o
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to re-tax costs; ami ii lunnn r
pearing to the court that suid iim
tiou to re-tax costs has never b n
dispost d of in said Circuit Court,
itid the a nount thereof bin never
been entered in the judgment lien
docket.
And said appellant Wester:' Tun-;
U-r Company now olTcring to setile
said mat ler I y a payment in the;
sum of ? J'J.'.'O. and tendenng anid
sum to the court, and the court
being fully udvised in the MiS'ter.
it is ord.red by the court that the
clerk be and he is hereby author-j
i.cd and instructed to enter the said
amount of i- 20, against said
judgment upon the suid judgment
lien docket, to receive said tender
so made I y said campany and to
satisfy said judgment in full upon
the records.
Matter of claims against the
county:
On this day the claims againat the
c mnty as docketed in the general
fund and the genetul road fund
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exa-nine.1 by the court and allowed "' ""V"rftl v-rirli--
in the various .urns as carried out "',,''vl blue ribU.na at Clatskariie
Sanatroin
Cont.ou.d ea n., pa.
city and coin Dici'
(' I. oil Judges, J. A. E.kjn I ,.
I an pla-ll ' '
I Mi i let Altoiney, E. II Toi,K
I ) i y Judge. W. A. Itani
I'lel k. II It UlUre,
Mie-ill. A K lho,np,
A.-ea or, f W It .ketl,,,
Tfa.iirer, K S IU.M
Cell. l SUp( j. . Wilsei.,
Ml.Veyor. t '... II. f.0Mr,
" I'oioner. I'. Kl,. ,WlK j
j, " ''oiiiiuis.u.iirri .''"'"i Hsn
(I- Huhrw.
i itv oe sr. iiki.KNs
Msvor, t. V. Mueller.
K.-ru dcr. I-:. H. tjuo k
Mitrrhlll, W. I". V,u,, w
Tiesorer Mia. I. H. i,
I oinicihiieii: J. II. C'onkl'e Wi
Muckle. J. E. Kauxey ,.,, M. Cx!,,,
F. Mcformt. k. A. I..
I'araili, II. .1. oull i o.
Water Supl., L.h.
v.l. Ui t
Ntoi.e, t'. g
K..r Sale 24 white leghorn pu.
lets and cockerels; also fanry
by the court that the clerk be and I by the our' on said register, be- i "ii". For inforthation ami prirei .
jwritf KuUrt Ham ll, vv(.r ,inJ
t)re.
I $100 Reward
ing as follows:
CKSKItAI. (UfNTY H Ml.
Ilitd K K. juror
('.ill Fred
Nagel P'rank
Cooper W C
Howard W, witness, state vs
Taylor
state vt
Court Proceedings
become contaminated by reason of
defective draining of county road.
Whereupon, court adjourned un
til Thursday, July 3, 1913.
Thursday. July 3, 1013, 2nd judi
cial day.
Court came pursuant to cull of
adjournment.
Officers all present tcept Com
missioner Fluhrer.
Due proclamation being' madu the
following1 proceedings were had:
Matter of petition of J. G. Watta
et al for relocation of J. P. West
road:
On this day this matter coming'
on to be heard upon the aecond
reading of the report of the board
of county road viewers, which said
report was publicly read on two
different days of this term of court
and no remonstrance or petition for
damages being filed, and the court
being satisfied that such road will
be of public utility und the report
of the viewers being favorable
thereto, it ia ordered by the court
that said report, survey, profile and
plat be recorded in suitable books
kept for that purpose, and from
thenceforth said road shall be a
public highway.
It ii further ordered by the court
that the road supervisor in whose
he is hereby instructed to issue a
general fund warrant in the sum of
$32.r0 in favor of Julia Albertsi.n,
on the first day of each month, un
til the further order of this court.
Matter of application of A. C.
Howling for aid:
On this day this matter coming
on for consideration unon the aworn ..
, Keys I has
application of A. C. Howling, and 1 SnoW j j j o j
the court being advised in the mat- i
ter, it is ordered by the court that1
the clerk be and he ia hereby au
thorized to issue a general fund
warrant in the sum of $12, and a
like warrant on the 1st day of each
month hereafter until the further
order of the court.
In the matter of payment' of
ct'iin s for aid to paupers:
On this day it is ordered by the
court that no claims for services or
supplies to others will hereafter be
allowed by the court unless previ-,
ously authorized by order of the
court or some member thereof.
In the County Court of the State
of Oregon for Columbia County.
i
Matter of Western Timber Com
pany vs. Hoard of Kqualization:
On this 3rd day of July, 1913, it
appearing to the court that on the j
29th day of September. 190X, the
Circuit Court of the State of Ore
gon, for the County of Columbia
rendered a decree to the effect that'
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Favorite Restaurant
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We w ill pay a rew ard of $ 1 00 for
the arrest and conviction or for in
formation leading to the arrest an J
conviction of the erson or istsom
who stole cattle from the A. A.
Knox ranch on Kachelor slough and
Columbia river.
N. C. Hall.
A. A. Knox,
Kidgefield, Wash.
Houlton Free Methodist Church
Sabbath School at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 1 1 a. m. and N p. m.
Prayer meeting on Thtrsday even
ing at N p. in.
J. N. Wood, l'astor.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
DRAY I NG AND TRANSFER
All Business Promptly Attended To
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We Sell Cheaper than at a Sale
Come Try Us Once and Find
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Houlton, Oregon
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