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T H E ST. H E L E N S MIST. FRIDAY, APRI L \ I
P A GE E IG H T
I projects are to be commenced and
bids will lie asked, ulthough it is un
derstood the greater portion of the
| grading will be done by the county's
1 own equipment.
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A man can be caught by looking.
| and he can be kept by cooking.
Notice Is hereby given that I will
on the 6th day of May, 1 922. al the
Court House door in St Helena In
said county, at N ;00 o'clock In tlie
forenoon of said day. sell at public
auction to the highest bidder, for
cash, tho following dose'tbed prop
That certain roul property an I
| premises situated in the County . f
NOTlt 'K O F K I I K R I F I ' S SA LK .
| Columbia and State of Oregon de
V I R T l ’K of an
execution scribed as follows;
Judgment, Order and llecree duly is
Tract 1. All of hot numbered 1 of
sued by the Clerk of the Circuit Section 19. Township 3 North, Bang«
Court of the County of Columbia. 1 West of W illamette Meridian, ex
State ot Oregon, dated the 4th day eeptlQg a strip along tho West line
of April 1922, in a certain action of said lot numbered l described a
in tho Circuit Court for said County beginning at the •' quarter section
aud State, who-oiu M. J. 1. idluw corner between Sections 18 aud 19
judgment in said Township and Itange, and
l.ousig- tunning thence South 923.5 feet to
nont, a bachelor. John A. Browning, the meander
otherwise known as John Abe B ro w n Slouch; thence North
ing. and as A. J. Browning, aud Lola K.ist t nd tracing the meander line
Loraine Browning, wife ot said John of said Slough a distance of 13 5
A. Browning. L). W Price, Trustee, feet; thence North and parallel with
aud the First National Bank of Linn
tile West line of said Lot numbered
ton. Oregon, a corporation, for the 1. 785 5 feet more or less to the
sum of $277.50 with interest there North line of said hot numbered 1 .
on at the rate of 10 per cent per au- thence West 95.4 feet to the plan
nuiii from April 1. 1921. until paid; of beginning;
for the sum of $3700.00 with inter
All that portion of l.ot
est thereon at the rate of 7 4 per numbered 5 of Section 19, Township
cent per annum from April 1. 1921 3 North. Range i West of Wiliam
until paid; for the sum of $529 08 elte Meridian, lying West of the cen
with interest thereon at the rate of ter line of a small slough known as
10 per cent per annum from Decem Mud Slough, and being the portion
ber 22. 1921 until paid; for the sum of said hot numl ered 5 West of the
of $40.00 with interest thereon at lands in said hoi numbered 5 owned
the rate of 10 per cent per annum by 1’ hillip A. Frakes and Rebecca
from the 20th day of August, 1920, Crakes;
until paid; for the sum of $450.00
hot numbered 8 of
attorney's fees; for the sum of $2.1 - Section is. Township S North, Kang-'
60 costs and disbursements, and th-i 1 West Of Willsntotte Meridian, sav
cost of and upon this writ, on the ing and excepting that portion of
27th day of March. 1922.
said hot numbered S decreed uti i
BY THE RAILROADS
May Be Regarded as Encour
aging Signs of Returning
The disbursement of fifteen million
dollars, most of which will be paid out
tu Oregon and Washington during
1922, is one of the encouraging signs
of returning prosperity.
Pacific System Is to add largely to Its
equipment, to relay portions of its
track with rills of greater weight, to
ballast anew its roadbed, to replace
wooden bridges with structures of
steel, and construct a steel bridge
bridge across the Columbia River be
tween Walla Walla and Kennewick,
this one project to cost $1,500,000.
An order for 4.500 new freight cars,
to cost $10.000.000. and for 2.50O re
frigerator cars at a cost of $8.750,000
was made public several weeks ago.
The refrigerator cars are for the i’a
cific Fruit Express, one-half of which
is owned by the U. P. System.
General Manager O'Brien of the Ore
gon-Washington Railroad & Naviga
tion Company (Western unit of the
Union Pacific System) has Just an
nounced the setting aside of $5,000.000
for improvements and additions on
this unit of the System during 1922.
Most of these millions will be ex
pended in Oregon and Washington.
The forest and the saw mills will
supply all of the lumber which will be
used In car construction and the army
of railroad workers will he enlarged
until it will be of sufficient magnitude
to complete the work.
paid for material and labor will be put
into general circulation. Service will
be Increased, labor in demand and
business conditions improved by the
millions to be spent by the great trans
h w i'
A Brow uihe otherwise known ..
John Abe Browning, and as A J
Browning, und hela horaitio Brown
ing wife of -aid John V Browning
1> W !T ce Trustee, and the First
National Bank of hinaton, Orogon
Defendants, nr as
much thereof as may be necessary
to satisfy the said judgment In the
favor of M J haldlaw. Plaintiff
against said Defendants with inter
esf there'll, together witli all cosi
anti disbursements that have or may
J 11 W K hhlN O T O N .
Sheriff of r 'tumbía County, tlr- ton
Dated at St Helens Oregon. ' orli
liai" of I'ii't publication. Vpril
Date of last publication. May 6,
led by a cert fled
, k *» 'll.
of five I f( I per
amount o f the bid
u M •» ¡5!
lier of said sellout ;,M" »« th,*
-alti sum will ho f
d strlet In tho event , it,.,, ... tu
rol bidder falls to ente, ¿ t o ? *
ten routrucl with , , ,j H(.w .**«'■
within ten <luy» aftur « ‘'buoi boar1
bola, uf ¿
war d of »aid contract
Raid bid» will be
tilg of said sello,. i I...... .
at the school
uid district at s
' • ' » ,,f April 19
Vddrw. h, V ^
l» 's a l » to die undeist, m -, i
1 ' "
Several Stretches of Highway to Be
Improved; Market Hoad to
from the game, you should
come here for your supplies.
High quality — low prices is
\ m thm i bilking
luiJsr »Ir J>
tu,:i 1“*' *-
Inqun«* ,' 1
co t;> it has to be paid i<ir.
Calumet Raking Powder
Ijpy ( ilVUl •>'
or »rii» ' "
gl ||«l«n». t
will save you all of that. Be
cause when y .u l i e it there are
no lailui. s no l<> skis . Fvrry bak
ing is sweet ami palatable— and
st vs ni" t. tender and delicious to
the best t.g.ty late.
E aij : <>K l-K
II, urdsr of
I tb« Sute of
.ili un rkit.i
»eli al p o i '" '
tal bkld''r f
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a iut of p'-r»
UH uf Kuril.'i
»a«», un» »•'
rruu» kuua* li
oa^. un» *
lem e.nd v»r.
urie» w A
tn'.or of K*t,
That’s a big sa vin «—but
that isn’t alL You save when
y il buy Calumet and you
when you use It.
In every way — it is the
best way to keep down bak
ing co- ts. I hut's what has made it
the w fid'» biggest lu-iling baking
h eadq u arters fo r all outdoor
powder — li.is kept it the favorite
of millions of housewives lor more
than thirty years.
Pound r n of Calumet contains full
16 /. Some baking powders come in
12 nz. umt, id of lt< oi, cans Be sure
you get a pound wla-u you want it.
N e w spring
Justice lo VII Alike.
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[ va i Wlll 9
j t up ol butt^
1 ' < ! « ip an».
1 iq * tl tir, 1 cup
water, 2 level
tea- po.*»t Cal»
turi li a k i 0 g
v Ik . i f 9 eggs
Thru i ix in U»
PREST-O -LITE Q uality U p !
H e r nu» if
I trilled th is
Change oí Ownership
W e have disposed of our btisinc > here in St. Helens to the CENv
I f your battery shows
signs of weakening, no mat-
t e r w h a t m a k e , c o me
around and let our experts
diagnose its trouble.
costs you nothing.
W e'll do everything we
can to wring the ut-' lost ser
vice from it to prolong its
I R L G R O CE R Y.
W e never tell you that
you need a new battery un
til you do. That’s an un-
variable rule of Prest O-
Lite, the oldest service
The change of ..wnership was effective April 3rd)
aqd our successor is now in charge of the business.
I Min b«,fern :
futur» eau t
Ju;.n lnr»d, ) a:
11 'ic p.
I to bl
W e want to thank
’ he people of St. Helens and surrounding community for their friend
ship and patronage and we ask them to extend to our successor the same
consideration that has been shown u
Again thanking you, we are.
Columbia River Meat Company
bx SAI.B — K,
I “r"wn. (• u
By C. R. H A L L B E R G
Copeland Auto Co.
o Q o r
THE OLDEST SERVICE TO MOTORISTS
To the Pubiic:
I leasure in announcing that we have bought the stock oi
groceries an,l meat, ol tho Columl.ia Ktver Meat Company.
It will bd
our endeavor ,o serve ,he patron, ol * » concern a , wcl, a , we have Ihe
many loyal patrons of the Central Grocerv
treatment and fair urices ar» .-.,ni .
II good service, courteous
, , •
> r suu red by y,,u we hope to gain and(
maintain a portion of y0ur natrona-r u/» .
w e will do our utmost to serve
THE CENTRAL G R O C E R Y
Successor to Columbia River Meat Co
I Headquarters for Prest-O-Lite’s special battery for radio purposes)
T o Our Patrons and Friends:
PREST-O -LITE Prices D o w n !
of light cars. Prices corre
spondingly low on batteries
for every make of car.
These are not special mod
els; they are regular Prest-
O-Lite batteries, backed by
the regular Prest-O-Lite
guaranty. A definite, gen
erous obligation, plus a
spirit that says the c ar
o w n e r m u s t be pleased.
specified as original equip
ment by 87 leading manu
facturers, and this list is
1 Ulti pound»
Sold cb« p if
U.. Itoti Jr
I f»»r » old. m ilk
I St lle i. M d r .
I bu CouBly Mill
Come early while our lines are complete
OTIC E io Il.'ii
I ori W« b uv.i
it iicleou >
an Wund-r an
Ubi»» f J la
R ob .. t O ll'6
Winchester .22 Calibre Rifles.
t h e 7V7/V
UH 8AL£ »
I lem] potatiH »
I M n ll.ll ^
Having of Public I- und».
St. Helens Hardware Co.
Ila bis i““cl
my uw. » '
Cali t,llo," ‘
dinary leav.-iung »trrntfth. You pay
I. i and i e I.
Y..U get the most
in purity, dependability and w hole-
•omen cm .
K T S »*
must be added to baking
O. II *1 I I M IS
W in ch ester
_ you lose
It ¡:, reasonable in cost and
Ri-pii Id lean
G L A D Y S i I'UTKMAN
of Scbis.l I O hi riet v , ’ .
■ n" " '
posse; t‘s more than the or
t u l W ' l " 1'
How welcome that cry to every
toy, young and old. But to in
sure your greatest enjoyment
Here is a double-bar
relled reason for buying
the Prest-O-Lite Battery:
Q u a l i t y : The backbone
plates with p e c u l i a r p o r
o s ity , combined with u n
u s u a l h a rd n e s s . R e a d y ,
• d e p e n d a b l e p o w e r in
c o l d e s t w e ath er; g re a t
strength in s u m m e r .
P r ic e : Our 1922 prices,
lowest in years. $ 20.90
is the trade-in price for a
battery for popular makes
Hiles W \\ I I D.
Se.iled btda wlll be reeolved l>V
t)o*. ito.ird of Director» of Schnol DI»
i ti. i No 32 of Colombia Counly,
, icccoü uníII s o'd ock p m ou tho
■ . „ , 1 , 1 a» of Aprll. 1922. lor t lio
.V ed ion and constructlon of a »chool
ut Ileletia In and f » r iml'l
, ool district, lli nccordanoo wllli
•he plan» a n d
pcelflcatlons luí» on
if ti tlio uiiderslgned
.n..l co"h ■ <f -ubi plan» ind s»»ec
incalióos Illa' be inspeeti d ut tlie of
n,e of l-’re.l W lleinmn In Ralnler.
Ore on, and al tlio residí nce of
Cha ríes' -Vision, chulriuan of hall
l.oard. ut i he inlerseellon of I be Cu
lambía Rlver lllfhv.ay and .Muyger
C LATSO P ROAD
P R O G R A M BIG
A S T O R IA , Ore., April 6___(Spec
i a l.)— The Clutsop county court is
to ask for bids within the next few
days on paving 2.3 miles of market
road. The sum of $88.000 has been
appropriated for the work.
Several other highway improve
ment projects are to be opened in the
dollars has been appropriated
ther improvement of
Beach road as far as the Mark W e r- \
The same amount of |
money has been appropriated
rocking and grading the Elk Creek
road, and another $10.000 has been
set aside for widening the Nehalem ,
road for a stretch of about two miles
south of Olney.
For rocking the road from the Co- ’
lumhia River highway to Browns- j
mead the sum of $15,000 was ap
propriated and there is available
about $20,000 for completing the
fill for the proposed Williamsport
cutoff. Hocking and grading a road
leading from the Wah an na b r i d g - ;
south and rocking a portion of the j
Hamlet road will cost $5000 and $8,- .
Several other minor improvement I
allotted to William Holl, «hiel. al
lotted true! is described as begin
ntng at the meander post on Hie
North bank ol .............. .
and on the h a s t line ot s a i d M en . ■
is, atui ruuui iK tluMUv Niirtli * s *
chains to the Norme t cornet "J
snld hot numbered 8, thence W '
chains to W illamette Slough hielte.
Kaslerly and tracing the Northern
lino i>t -ai.l Willumette Slough to th<
place of beginning.
All » f hot numbered I
of Sedioli I
Toi liship 3 Noi 111.
Range l West ot Willumelle Meri
levied upon -
properly of the said George