St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933, November 07, 1913, Image 4

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    NOV. 17-23
$10,000 in
Prizes
'him NATIONAL
t APPLE SHOW
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77 .v is the
time for a
nice trip
Spokane is the Place
North Bank is the Way
SPECIAL liOUXD-TUIP HATES
Tickets Sold Daily, Xoremher 16 to 21,
$16.10 from H out ton. lie turn Limit Xor.
You are invited to join iu the General Observance
of ArPLK DAY, Nov. iSth throughout the Pacific
Norrhwcst States. Ask our agent for "Fifty-five Ways
to Serve the Apple." Free.
R. H. CROZIER, Aul Gen 1 P.... Agt
Portland, Oregon
J. O D1VENS. Agt.
Houllon, Oregon
AJPIRITED REPLY
SCAPPOOSE TAXPAYER ANSWERS
LETTER OF LAST WEEK
In your last week's issue 1 noticed
the caption "A Thrilling Adventure,
and the sub title. "Scappoose in the
throes of excitemnet over robbery
and I wondered if I hud been as lot-p
that I had not heard about it. But as
I read down through the half column or
more of your valuable front page it be
gan to dawn on my dull mind why your
correspondent was trying to enlarge a
mole hole into a mountain. With such
a very great effort he would have de
livered a good sound argmuent in favor
of incorporating our little village, so
that we might have a marshal to look
after our hoodlum boys. Great, wasn't
it? Great in its premsies and wonder
ful in its (conclusions. Scappooae will
probably incorporate immediately if
not instanter. It is true that we do
have a few hoodlum boys in our town.
It would be far better for the peace and
quiet of some of our staid citizens if
the parents of these boys would keep
them off the streets both day and night.
I mean as loafers around the stores,
the pool room and the street corners.
But would incroporation cure the evil?
Would incorporation even give us a
marshal? . It takes money to pay a
HOTEL ARRIVALS
ORCADIA
H C Hardey, Tortlund
Kli Dai vs. Kainier
S II Neustedt "
R O Hill. Portland
Andrew Parker, Vernonia
S V Malmsten
O O Donclson "
Ray Willliams. Rainier
E Gordon, St Johns
Omar Nickerson, Vernonia
Ernest Smith
Pnlugh Grant, Shtridun
J M Fry. Scappoose
ST. HELENS
McCord, ClaUkaine
Glen R Meeker and family, City
B Godfrey. Portland
A B Owen, Yankton
W E Chrulle
E M Martinson, Portlund
R L T'chenor "
P A Williams
Mrs E Beckenridge "
H B Simington
A Anderson
W Helim "
F G Butler, Rainier
W E Bluder, Portalnd
F G Shotswcll, Astoria
Mr and Mrs Atchison, Scappoose
I)r Geo Burt, Seattle
Erick Nelson, Portland
Hugo Erick on "
C Mincka
L Chapland, Shannons
marshal's salary. Who is going to pay 'J Tillton, Boston
it Tyw.lr of nfk 11
- uvvn u ili.i Oliiail lUnilB III
our own county. Take Vernonia, for
example. It has been incorporated fur
the past 20 or 25 years and by living
up to the limit on its tax rolls it yields Louis Kluhrcr, Maygcr
just enough for ordinary property and j J A Eakin, Astoria
city expenses. Nothing for a marshal C Knutsen "
and nothing for street improvmenti. A J Palm. Clatakanie
O D Kyle, Trenhlom
Virgil Powell, Vernonia
W Davies. Portland
L L Levings
It baa one well worked, well graded
street through it, but this work was
done by the county and not by the city.
Scappoose has as much. Look at Houl-
ton! The writer heard a resident tax
payer of Houlton say during our cam
paign for incorporation that Houlton
had no marshal, the mayor did what
marshal's work was needed to be done,
that the city could not afford to pay a
marshals' regular salary. What? And
Houlton has three Baloons, bringing in
at least 11200 a year, and levied last
year a 10-mill tax on its taxable prop
erty. This is what the records show.
It ia true Scappoose has had a bit of
hoodlumism the past year, but would
incorporation get rid of it? With in
corporaion sa your correspondent and
his friends who tried to get it last sum
mer want it, that its, in order to get
saloons here, it would only bring more
hoodlumism. Oh, but Mr. Taxpayer
will hold up his hands in holy horror
and say the saloon was not an issue last
summer. Perhaps it was not openly.
But it was all the ssme the big issue
on both sides and the sequel is proving
it. The breweries were to pay the ex
penses for the election. At least that
was the understanding and after the
election the bills were gathered up and
presented. But what did Mr. Brewery
man say? Just this and nothing moie:
'You did not deliver the goods." So.
Nor will they soon. If they think
they can let them put up the money for
another survey and election expenses,
get op their petition and bring it be
fore the voters again. The anti'a are
ready for the fray. The "hena" would
like to give them another good little
peck. Either put up or shut up. Come
out in the open.
Another Taxpayer.
C J Patterson & son "
R R Jubinville
John A JefTers and wife, Portland
F A Roberts
E B Tongue HillHtx.ro
T C Watts. Reuben
F C Wehrman, Portland
Chris Hansen "
J E Knowles, Mist
G F Hipok. Portland
D I Smith Goble
O Anderson Portland
R W Galbcrt, Kelso
R V Snow, Portland
All kinds of job work done at the
Mist office at reasonable prices.
SI Watches Clocks 12 cation then)!
I VON A. GRAY I
Watchmaker ami Jeweler. All
Work (iuarunteed.
Optical Good. St. Helen. Or.
aiiimniiiiiUiUiiiiUjuiUiUiiiiUiUiaiiiiUiiiiUiiimiaiuu
be
hting made on the 7th
day ul Noveiularf, IUI3
Dated I he 2lh day id Sept. lt:l.
Arthur I. Moulton,
Attorney lor Plaintiff,
I'oatoince a.ldie-a, Mil I ewis lll.lg ,
Portland, Oregon.
Summons
IN THR CIRCUIT CO CRT OF THK
8TATKOP OREGON, FOR COL
UMBIA COUNTY.
M Miles and W A. Miles, Rxecu.
tors ( the estate of 8. A. Mile, tie
ceai-ed, plaintiff,
vs.
w Veargain. Iefendant
To O. W. Yeargnin, defendant above
named :
In the oamn of the Htate of Oregon
You and each of you are hereby required
to appear and answer the complaint
filed against yon in the above entitled
actios within six weeks, from the 7th
day of November, 1913, being six weeks
from the first publication of this sum
inons, herein, and il you fail to aipar
and answer for want thereol th plain
tiffs will take judgment against you for
the sum of 1200, with interest at the
rate of 10 r rent per annum from the
21th day of December, 1H9I, and the
further sum ol flQO attorneys fees or
such other turn as Jthe court may ad.
judge reasonable and the costs and dis
bursements of this action, and further
that llu attached property herein
nold to untidy paid judgment .
This summon is published In piirstt.
ance of au order mad and entered in
the above entitled court tin the 1st day
l November, l!l3.by thn Honorable.
A Eakin, Judge of the al .ve entitled
Court, directing said summons to be
published once a week for nix con
secutive weeks in the St. Helens Mint,
Murpliv, II rod ie A wcen,
Attorneys tor Pl.unt ill.
Date of first publication Nov. 7, llll.'I.
Date or last publication is Iec. It)
IN
Notice to Creditors
THE DISTRICT COURT OF THK
UNITED STATICS.
In the malter of James M. Barker,
bankrupt.
No 2."iSi in bankruptcy
Notice is hereby given that on the
Uh day of Nov. A D.. 1!1:J. James M.
Parker of Rainier, Oregon, lh bank
rupt above named, a duly adjudicated
bankrupt, and that th- brft meeting i.f
his creditors will be held at thcoihce
of the undersigned, rooms 401-2-3. 4 .ft,
Kenton Building, Portland, Oregon, on
the 'J I st day ol November, UU3. nt 10 a
m., at which timea.iid creditors may nt
icmi, prove incir claims, appoint a
trustee, examine th bankrupt, and
transact audi otliar tuinncs as may
properly come before said Ulteting
Claims must be presented in form re
quired by the Bankruptcy Art and sworn
to The schedule tiled disclose no
S'srtu,
Ch j-ter t i. Murphy,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
l.ited Nov. 5, I'Jl l.
Sheriff's Sale
in the circuit toi-iir of the
STATU OF OIU'iiON, IS .(Ml H)R
THE COUNTY iF COLUMBIA
Win. M. Rosa, lis iidiuiiiMtrt'or of the
estate of I Unn P. I'.i itkinan. deceased.
I'lalctllT.
vs.
John I.aren, Anna I.aren atnl Amos
W Mi'F.lwain, Ie.ndanta
Notice is hereby (riven that tinder
and by virtue of an execution and order
of sale issued out of the Circuit Court of
the f tate of Oregon, for Columbia county
on the 3tst day ol October, 1V13. under
and in pursuance of a judgment, order
and decree ol foieclosure made and en
tered in said Court on the ll'hdavof
October, in a suit to forecloMe
certain mortgage wherein Wm. M. Rots.
as administrator of the estve of H ms P.
Bjorkman , deeeaiw I, plsintlfT, recovered
judgment and decree against John I.ar
seti. Anna Laroen and Amoa W. Mc
Elwain, defendants, for the sum ot
$5:i'..41, with interest thereon at the rate
of tj p.r cent tier annum fro-u October
i tn, r.u.i, I'tr the further sum of 7,1
an attorneys ftx-s, for the further sum of
f l i for taxes paid on the premises
hereinafter described and for rosts of
suit and accruing Cot, and (orever
barring and foreclosing nai I defendants
and all persons claiming undur them
ut)aeriient to August 1st. l!(IO, ofall
right, claim or interest in thu hereiu
after described premises, and requiring
me to make sal of the following de
scribed property to satisfy the above
amounts, to-wit :
Commencing at a point 3d rods west
of tne northwest corner of the Dmatiun
f.and Claim of Z. Bryant, m auction Iti.
township 7 north of range 4 west of the
Willamette meridian. in Columbia
County, ongon, aril running thence
south M rods; theteie went 12 rods ;
thence north SO rods; and th. nee east
12 rod to the place ol lg'nning, all in
mhI Columbia county, Oregon.
I will, therefore, on Saturday, the 6th
day ol December A. I). l!l:j; at the hour
ol 11 o'clock In the forenoon ol said day,
at the front door of the Court House,
in ike city of 8t. Helen", in Columbia
County, Oregon, sell at public auction,
subject to redemption, to the highest
bidder, for cash, in lawful money of fie
U. S , all the right, title and interest
the said defendants, or either ol them
has, or had at the date of tl.e execution
of said mortgage, to-wit: August lat,
litlf). in or ro the real proiierty above
described, to satisly said execution and
order of sale, together aith the accruing
COSlS. .
Dated at St. Helens, Columbia County,
Oregon, this i h flay of November. II,
lf13.
A. I'. Thompson,
Sheriff of Columbia County, ore.
First publication Nov. 7, 1913.
I.ast publication pee. 6, 1913.
Hastings, 1). C. Asl.tnan, I.. II. Combs.
IV Hanson and F Kcever, Hcfeudanta.
To F. J Hasting, one id the above
named defendant" :
In the name of the State ol Oregon :
You ale hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint bled sgamst
you in the a'ove entitled court,
on or bel re the I'Hh day of Iecember,
l!il3,am il vou failao to answer lor want
thereof the pl.unt ill will ake judgment
against yon for the sum of f'tfi.M), with
Interest on fiOO.PO at the rate of H par
cent from the lIHh day of Febiuary,
UH:l, to Iho Will day ol Mav. lOM, to
gether with interest on 7l, from May
'JO. lul l, to June 20, HiU. at the rate of
H percent per annum, together with in
terest on f.rM M) from June 20, Ilil;l. at
the rate of 8 er cent, the coals aod d'S
bursements ami Jf t" attorney's fees
This siiminiina ia publinlied by order
of the Honorable J. A. Kakin, Ju.lce
of the alkive entitled court, and said
order was made and dated the 31st day
ol octoler, I'.lM. and the date ol the lirat
piililication ia the 7th day of Nov. U13,
and the date of last publication will be
the I'.Unday of Iiecember. I'.IKl
A W. Mueller.
sttorney pro ae
Summons
notice Tt ckeixtoks
IN THE COUNTY lOl'UT I't'B COl
I'M BIA COUNTY, OKEtiON.
Kstate ol Margaret Koks, deceaaed
Notice ia hereby given that the nn
del signed a us on the 20th day of Sept
III 1 3, duly apiKiiuted adiiilmstiator ul
the estate ol Margaret Kims, deceased ;
ami the creditors of said deceased and
all persona having claims against said
estate are heieby n.. tilled to preaent
their claims, a ith the pro er vjllcbers,
within six inoiiths livim this dale to me
at the law ollice ul Hillard A Hnv, at St.
Hi Inn, Oregon, alnt'li I deglsnate as
the ,ilace for presentation tbeirof
Hated S.t 20th, 1H3.
W. j. R...HS.
AduiiniKlrator of the w'..iie of Mar
garetUona, ileceascd.
Summons
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
STATIC OF OKKtiON FOR COLUM
BIA COUNTY.
Alla-rt W. Mueller, Plaintiff
vs
Irene Wbilten, Uefi ndunt .
To Irene bitten, the almve iiaiin d
defendant
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON HMI COL
I'M BIA COUNTY
lenny Oazula, 1'lutntuT,
VM.
John i.a. ola. I. Icndiint,
To tohii (iaixnia. the alaive iiilined l"e
feiidant. In the name of tl.e stale of Oregon
you re hereby reunited to appe.ir and
answer the complaint filed herein
against you In the alx.ve entitled court
on or lie I. ire the 1 Ith day id November,
l'.)3, and if you fail to -o answer, lor
want there.. f I lie plaintiff will ai.ply to
the court lor the relief therein da-mandedtii-u
it, lor a decree ol llie
lute divorce from y.ni and for the care
and cost o ly f Thomas tiattoU, fur the
restoration totl.e plniutltf ol her maiden
name, Jenny Marina, for the cota and
lisbiirsrmenta and lor such other and
further relief as to the Court may seem
StrTlRALH
Summer Kates U-twccn
St. Helena and p,,
50 cents one way
75 cents rotmj trj
Tickets k,kk! aUy,ime after
April 4th
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Ketii.nlng leaves 'Portland ft)
nmvB ai m Helens 4 4,"
tn.
Ul.
p. in,
I IIOOCHldRK
An N-roimi i......
IUl
two. lota in rortl.mi f.,
proved plan.
o Trade
seind
r a small i
Could put In k,l..
property if it ahould ,e neceuar,
Trmle with owner and sav.
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iriioeion. v all on Mr. N
ney. Columbia Hotel
St. Helen. Ore.
Lost A
H. Kin.
or write.)
lrgo t.oinur dr.ir .t. .
bluck and whiu. in the neighbor-
hood of Scai.imos. v
the owner. Dnvid T. !In,7min
curt' 01 lloneviniin ll,.i..
, ... HltJ(
Portland. Ore., am
ward.
I'ar Co.,
receive re-
Professional Cards
In the name of the State ol Oregon
You are hereby rnilred to npear i"st and eUltahle herein.
This summon' is served upin you by
virtue ol an order of Hon. W. A. Hams
judge of the County Conn ol Columbia
Glen R. Metsker
ATTORNEY AT LAW
tTaa DmiKt Aikny
Ohi m Coumy Court H-na,
ST. MtltNS 0RfC0N
and answer the Complaint tiled NginiHt
you in the alsive entitled court, on or
before the huh iy of I ada inla r. Ilil
atnl if 11.11 full ton anrwer, for want
then of the plaintiff will take a ju.l
nicni ngainrt you Tor the sum of lloo,
together with interest on 7S.at the rale
of ti per cent since April, 20, BI3, and
tr.terest on .." at the rata of I) ir ent
County, Oieiioti, l,i h said order is
dated the .10th day of Septetnber, M3,
pre'ribitig that the summons herein la
rved upon yuu liy pul.l cation tl creol
once a week lor sis consecutive weeks
in the .St. Helens Mist, a newpiana-r ol
since iH-cemlier Ith, !ul2, and the nmta r,"'r' circulation In Columbia County.
arid disbursements of tins ai ti.m The ";ch said rrder dispenses with ttie
75 herein being for legal acrvicas it n- "c,"'ssity of seud.iig a certihid copy ol
dered by the plniiitifl or the defendant, "' summons and Complaint to your
and the Jfi for gooes sold vnill.vlhs 1;l"'k""n postollioa address, for the
Eastern Outlittii g Coiiiiwny and tiv it "nN"n tllilt v"" ' " scb last
assigi ed to idaintiff known
DR. C. K. WADK
PH V3ICIAN AND SURG10N
Pit OUt 69
DR. L. GILBERT ffOSS
PHYSICIAN & SUHGC0N
IIITlco Rant Hl,4
H..III fliolie.
St. Helens
II. ill you
address.
1 ms summons is publi-heit by order
or the inn J. A. Eakin, Judge ol the
r...,.ir.i -.-nun. ami saio onier was
made sn l dated the 5th day of Novem
ber, 1!13. and the date ol the lat pub
Heat ion w ill las the 19th day of e,
11113.
A W Mueilsr,
Attorney pro se.
A W Mueller.
Attorney lor Plaintiff.
pllbllOtli.tl bereiu Is
1'iite of ir-l
Octoirr 3. IIII3.
Oiiteof bint publitation Nov It
111 13.
DR EDWIN ROSS
PHYSICIAN A SUKCrON
'rrirn IS HANK III II HIM,
St. Helens Oregon
IN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
the county court r.n Col
umbia county. ri .hn,
In the Circuit Court if the Stale of
Oregon for Columbia Countv.
Maude C. Story, PlaintilT.
vs.
William R. Story. Defendant.
In the Name of the Slate of Oregon:
You. William R. Story, defendant
above named, are hereby required to
of Frederick Kammeyrr, de- 8l'lar and answer the con. plaint filed
against you herein on or before the
22nd day of November, 1913, that date
being six weeks from the Drat publi-
cation herein; and if you fail to ap-
II, -.,.., . , . . ,. I uticiii pianino win app y to tne
the estate ol Frederick kauimcyei. le- L..,iri f,., ih ...li.r ...., -.1 ' l
ceased; and the creditor, ol e.ini.l..,, itilV L . 'i. 1 "l....
1 9 imti iitiviu, tu- wii; r kit m
Il'I a) laertorifl Imvini r!ul.. . I flcrrt tVii a.... ,i; 1..1.. . .1
n . ..... - - w.s u mnui I I IK klT
T. S. WHITE
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
I.M KNMKD RwHAl MKa
Hoult
on
Oregon
Estate
ceased.
N it ice is hereby given Hint the under
signed was nn the 15th daV Ol S.l.lei.i.
duly appointed executrit oil
f, v.ni,
against said estate, are hereby notified
to pr. sent their claims, with the proper
vouchers, within nix months from the
date of this notice, to me, tha said ex
v.iiin, m me ,,iw ollice of DilUrd .Si
way, at at. Hileiis, Oregon, it being the
place Used for preciitiitiiin there. I.
Dated Sept H, ';3.
bonda of matrimony now existing be
tween plainlitr and defendant on the
ground of cruel and inhuman tretament
committed by the defendant airninat
the plaintiff, and for such other and
further relief as may be lust and e-iult-
al.le.
DR. ALFRED J. PEEL
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON
Kant
hiill'llii(
St. Helens
DR. H. R CLIFF
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON
111. me Main 4-LI. A Ijti. Kea. X M
Portland, Or.
II 1.1 U. 1117 aelllni
H ! 1 1 . 1 1 aj
Sophie Kainiiu ver,
I'.xeculrix ol Ihc estate of
Kamtni-yer. deceaseil.
SUMMONS
This summons is served upon yu bv
publication thereof fur not less than
six weeks in the St. Helens Mist a
Frederick newspaper published in the County of
i lumoia, iaie oi wreiron liv nr. r r
Hon. J. A. Ekin Judge of the ahnv
entitled court, which order is dated
the third day of October. 1913 ti.
uiiib oi me nrsl putillctalon of this
summons is the 10th day of October
r.M.l, ami the data of the last tmldlra
tion of this summons is the 21st day of
ciuvemner. 'J,.
CEORGETAZWEl.I..
Attorney for the I'laintilf,
Calls answered day or night ThoaaM
W. S. Armstroni;, M. I).
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON
tifiint at
Pacific Coast Hospital
"T llr.l.K.NH IIOII.TOt
Summons
IN THR CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OR ROOM 1'OR COI,-
UMI'.IA COUNTY.
a. W. Mueller, I'laintilf,
vs.
C. T. I'reecott, N O. I.araU-e, F. J.
IN TIIK Cllltt'IT lot;KT OH THK SrATK OK
oiim;. n, FoM TIIK rnl'NTv
OK Col. I Mill .
Herbert Derlcki, I'laintlff,
vs
Mattie Dericks, Delendanf.
To the above named delendant, Mattie
' .l I 1...- I I , ., .
' emu; - vioou much cow
in the name ol thn state ol Oregon, Jacob Sk.ua. St. Helena Ore
Vnil as raw lu.s.l.u : . 1 v
7 irtjuircfi to nppciirand
RtllfWcr til A rntnt Juti.l iU. : . ,
filed against you in the above entitled US! with three choicp
court and cause, on or Udore six weeks ln K",M '""turn in St. Helcnit
weeks Irom the 2Mb day of ,S,pt. 0i3, for mile. Inquire for pric-H
-J"" lo fl -ar ami answer for ti rtnH at the. Mist oIico.
incrnoi, me aoove nameil philntiH
i.y
and
win apply to the court for the relief
prayed for in his complaint herein, to
wit: For a decree ol said raurt dissoly.
ing the bonds of matrimony heretofore
and now existing between plaint ill ami
defendant, on the ground ol wilful de.
sertion
This summons is served upon yon by
publication thereol once i week In the
.St Helens Mist, a newspaper of general
......... moil, ,j oroeroi l lie Him, W. A.
Harris, County Judge of flu County of
Columbia, Htate of Oregon, the county
wherein said cause is pending, the first
OKTLANI
DAILY
STEAMER
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Arrives at I'm t hind l():;l A
l-eaves Cortland at if 'to
Arrive Ht. Helens at 30 "
M.
M.
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CEORCE H. SHINN
ATTORNEY-A TLAW
I
St. Helens
Oregon
M. E. MILLER
ATTORNEY A TLAW
St. Helens . Oregon
HERBERT W. WHITE
ATTORNEY-ATLAW
St Helen Oregon
rilONE o.i
Pacific Coast Hospital
DR. W.S. ARMSTRONG, SUP.
HOULTON and ST. IIELINS, OSkCOlf