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T H E ST. H E L E N S M I S T . F R I D A Y . MAN S. ' 1 ’
RED CROSS A ID S
R U S S IA N R E F U G E E S
M II'U K O» S I I . K Ol
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ln tin- County Court or the Slat«' of
Oregon for Columbia County.
headquuriers i<f I ho In tin- Matter of the guardianship of
American Red Cross has made un
the Estate ot Mildred Watts, an
appropriation o ( $10,000 for Hie
Vladivostok chapter ot the - American
Notice is hercliy given that by vir
Ked Cross, according to
tue of an order made n the above
received by Col. George Filiuer, tin entitled court and in. tier on the 24th
manager of the Pacific division
day of April. It)--, the uuderstgned.
Cabled advices report 10,000 ref- guardian of the estate of said ward,
u 'cc vrholt) destitute and the ap on and after the 31st day of May,
propriation is made for immediae ' 1922. at the office of John L Storla,
relief work until the July harvest.
Columbia County Hank Building. Sc
“ Although much suffering «as ex Helens, Oregon, will proceed to sell
ported in this district during the win i at private sale and sell in case a
ter,” reports the ch.rrman of tin i suitable and proper bid is received
Vladivostok chapter, “ we were not therefor, either for cash or upon
prepared for the great increase in I terms of not less than one-sixth of
the number of refugees. They have l the selling price in cash, and the re
come in from European Russia and mainder of the selling price on time,
the interior of Siberia until it is es- 1 secured
by mortgage on the proper
timated there are now about 30 000 ty sold, with interest thereon at not
in or near Vladivostok.’
less than six per cent, per annum,
The chapter report continues say payable semi-annually and the wholo
ing: “ The government has been of such deterred payments to be
housing them in the old military bar- made within four years front the
no^loniter able ! “ate of «»ch »ale. the following de-
meal a da ., u
scribed real property, situated In t'o-
of the Willamette Meridian
Also a truef of luud described a.>
The South half of the
Northeast quarter of the Northwest
quarter, and the East half of tho
Southeast quarter of the Non Invest
quarter of the Northwest quarle.,
i,nd 1 (¡7 acres oil tho hast side of
the West hull of the Houlheu.-t qua:
ter of the Northwest quarter of the
Northwest quarter, all in Section 14,
h i« ¡¿ship 3 North ol Range 3 Wo it
of (lie Willamette Meridian, contain
ing 2 6 i>7 acres, more or less
Said properly will be sold :i
unite parcels, if to the best inter- >i
of the estate to do so; and said de- d
i r deeds to convey all the right,
title, interest and estate of said
ward, who Is a widow.
Sale subject lo approval and con
Urination by the above entitled eourt
Date of f.rst publication. April
Date of last publication. May 3<i.
CANDACE M. IIARTNESS,
a b s t r a c t s
li u m
^HERE IS NOTHING « u »*1 tl> c iiamhcriAi.i’
£ Tablets tor constipation. W h en the proper
A U T O M O B I L E TIRES
dose is taken their action is so agreeable and so
natural that you do not realize that it is the ctl’c ct
o f a medicino. These tablets possess tonic proper
ties that aid in establishing a natural and regular
action o f the bowels.
Chamberlain’s Tablets have
cured many cases o f chronic constipation.
?,,d rupulring d o n e ^ ' H
sp ia r w“iu'
BENNE I T ’S U A R B E ^ r r :
new locati c * b
NOTICE OF SHERIFF S SAI.K.
Theo. Bergmann Shoe Mfg. Co.
BIA AUTO BOS LINES
St. Helens Co-Opera
tive Creamery Assn.
Harms Bros. Garage
Ill'll ! )
BY' VIRTUE of an execution
UARBEK SHOP- hw .1
be,on“ ng t0
said ward, to-wtt:
Judgment, Order and Decree duly is
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“ O «loie
Lots numbered 1. 2. 7 and 8. In sued by the Clerk of tho Circuit
' unitary and up to date Hath u 1
Block 8; Lots numbered 1, 2. 3. 4, Court of the County of Columbia,
Fume |u „ „ j •«« “ at la <*
5, 6. 7 and 8. In Block 9; Lots num State of Oregon, dated the 4th day
bered 6, 6. 7 and 8, in Block 10; of April 1933. In a certain action
Lots numbered 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, in in the circuit Court for said County
Block 11: all of said lots and blocks and State, w h e e l « M. J L ldlaw
a „ up
being in Watts Addition to Scap- as Plaintiff recovered judgment
DO U BLE C A L K LOCK
poose, according to the plat duly against George Lawrence Lousig-
filed in the office of the County nont, a bachelor. John A. Browning,
CALKS G UAR ANTEED TO H O LD
Clerk of Columbia County. Oregon otherwise known as John Abe Brown
B L A C K S M IT H
A N E W F A I R O F S H O E S F R E E IF
Also Lois numbered 5 and 6, in ing. and as A. J. Browning, and Lola
Block 4; Lots numbered 5, 6. 7 and Loraine Browning, wife of said John
J L. FII1TTKM
S. in Block 6; all in the East Side A. Browning, 1>. W. Price, Trustee,
Addition to Scappoose, according to and the First National Bunk of Linn
Huge, auto repairs
In the Circuit Court of the State of the plat thereof on file In the office ton, Oregou, a corporation, for the
Oregon for the County of (.Ydum- of the County Clerk of Columbia sum of $277.60 with interest there
on at the rate of 10 per cent per an
Gussio O. Smith, Plaintiff,
Also a tract of land described us num from April 1, 1921. until paid;
B \ y
in nil h
i aa i n * * » q
follows: Beginning at a point where for the sum of $3700 00 with inter
Orlando N. Smith. Defendant.
Builder Pinna «Od Estitastta r T I
the county road intersects the south est thereon at the rate of 7 Cj per
To Orlando N. Smith, the above- line of the Timothy Lamberson Do cent per annum from April l. 1921
st Helaos, Oregon
nation Land Claim; thence North until paid; for the sum of $529.08
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE 70 degrees West 31.91 chains to the with Interest thereon at the rate of
A LBER T RUKF1UM Hll» in|
Insist upon Bergman Shoes and Double-Calk Lock Calks
OF OREGON, you a:e requi-ed to eastern boundary line of the North 10 per cent per annum from Decern
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tre sor, oli
appear and answer the complaint ern Pacific
and have the best Shoes made and absolute Calk P ro
Company’s ber 32. 1921 until paid; for the sum
filed against you in the above en right-of-way; thence southeasterly of $40.00 with interest thereon at
tection. No more lost calks.
titled court and cause, on or before with said line of right-of-way 32.50 the rule of 10 per cent per annum
the 9th day of June. 1922, said chains to south line of the B M from the 20th day of August. 1920.
date being six week from the first Wutts Donation Land Claim; thence until paid; for the sum of $450 0"
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publication of this summons, and it North 85 degrees, 30 minutes Easi attorney's fees; for the sum of $23 -
you fail to appear or answer within 21.79 chains on said south line of 60 costs und disbursements, and tit
LYONS. THE PAINTER—The041
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said time, for want thereof, the said Watts Donution Land Claim to cost of and upon tills writ, on the
Reliable Paper Hanger. l)«una|
1 Ininae. O n
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plaintiff will apply to the court for center of County road; thence North 27th duy of March, 1922
1121 TUUltMAN HT.
the relief prayed for in her com 18 degrees, 30 minutes East along
Notice is hereby given thut I will
plaint filed herein, to-wit:
For a renter of said County road to place on the 6th day of May, 1922. at the
D A IR IE S
decree annulling the marriage be of beginning, and situated in Section Court House door in St. Helens in
tween plaintiff and defendant, and 12. Township 3 North of Range 2 said county, at 10:00 o'clock in the
IN GLESII iE DAIRY — Tor Pul
for such other relief as to the court West of the Willamette Meridian, forenoon of said day, sell at public ing. wife of said John A Browning
II. W. Price. Trustee, und the First
Whole Milk From our own T l|
may seem just.
containing 71.25 acres, but EXCEPT auction to the highest bidder, for National Bunk of Llnnton, Oregon,
A. Jnloff, Mgr
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This summons is served upon you ING therefrom the following parcels cash, the following desc lbed prop
a corporation, Defendants, or us
anleed Try ua W L Horn#. P n »I
by publication thereof in the St. Hel of land, to-wit: FIRST. A tract of erty, to-wit:
Ht HEDI LE
much thereof as may be necessary
Phone 2 uF2
ens Mist, a newspaper of general cir land conveyed by W. T. Watts and
That certain real property an t
culation published in Columbia coun Mildred Watts by deed to B. Hanne premises situated in the County i f to satisfy the Huid Judgment in the 7 : SO a in
8 00 1 111
ty, Oregon, published once a week maun dated June 4. 1906, recorded Columbia and State of Oregon de favor of m j Lnldlnw, Plaintiff
IO 00 a 111
against said Défendante with Inter 10 4 6 a in
for six successive weeks pursuant to June 11, 1906, in Book 7, page 10, scribed as follows:
1 1 : 4 V u iti
11 30 1 ui
est thereon, together with all rost
an order of the Hon. Jas. A. Eaken, of deed records of Columbia County,
Tract 1. All of tot numbered 1 of atnl disbursements that have or muy
1 ; 16 p ni
2:30 p Di
OKFADIA HOTEL Thus Ute
Judge of the Circuit Court, made Oregon; SECOND. A'tract of land Section 19, Township 3 North, Range
1 : 45 p m
6 30 p O) Prop
Courteous tremiuHit M l
and entered on the 19th day of conveyed by W. T. Watts and Mil 1 West of Willamette Meridian, ex accrue.
J II WELLINGTON.
lusn accomodai Ions uud mwli
dred Watts by deed to John Hart cepting a strip along the West line Sheriff of Columbia County, Oregon 6:15 p m
Date of first publication, April man. dated September 17, 1906, re of said lot numbered 1 described as
Dated at St Helene. Oregon, April 9: 4 5 p in
corded on November 17, 1906, in beginning at the quarter section
Ticket office and walling room Ut
Date of last publication, June 9 Book 7, page 320, deed records of corner between Sections 18 and 19 5, 1922.
Columbia County, Oregon; THIRD. in said Township and Range, amt 7, 1922
WM J SHEER Y. Speculimi
JUNIUS V. OHMART,
A tract of land conveyed by W. T running thence South 923.5 feet to
Date of last publication. May 6, Spec ini leave*, Portland Hal,inlay Oregon iute In su nance (omjt'f
Attorney for Plaintiff, 906 North Watts and Mildred Watts to Sam the meander line of Willamette,
317 Corbett Bldg, Port land. On
western Bank Bldg., Portland, Wiest by deed dated October 8, Slough; thence North 45 degrees 1 922.
and Hunda) nt I I : (Ml |>. —
1906, recorded October 20, 1906, in East and tracing the meander line
E E. (qlTt 'K Insure yoat pt*j
VoTIt I OF I IN AI. \< t ’OFNT.
Book 7, page 273, deed records of of said Slough a distance of 135
pe-ty with u company Bist Ui pu
Columbia County, Oregon; FOURTH feet; thence North and parallel with In tin* Count) <'ourt of the Slat,* of
fanners over a nullitn s-d > at
In the Circuit Court of the State of A tract of land conveyed by W. T. the West line of said Lot numbered
Oregon, for Columbia < ounty.
dollsrs in fire lusa>*s in tbe kg 6
Watts and Mildred Watts to Port I, 788.6 feet more or less to ‘.lie In tile Matter of the Estate of Cur
Oregon for Columbia County.
years Insurance v ritten »t «ut N
land & Southwestern Railroad Com North line of said Lot numbered 1;
John Monroe Martin, Plaintiff,
rie E Watters, Deceased
dividends Oregon Fito Hellef Mil
pany by deed March 5, 1906. record thence West 95.4 feet to the place
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
McMlnvllle, Oregon. K K (J i a |
ed .March 9, 1906, in Book 5, page of beginning;
Virgia Martin. Defendant.
undersigned the adt.iinstrutor of the
[ Agent, St Helens Oregon.
To Virgia Martin, the above-named
estate of Carrie E. Watters, de
A tract of numbered 6 of Section IS, Township ceased. has filed his final account In
PL U M B IN G
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
the County Court of the State of
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OF OREGON: You are hereby re Mildred Watts to W. E. Purdy by ette Meridian, lying West of tie- ' . l i Oregon, for Columbia County, and
S I EV E
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quired to appear and answer the deed dated October 8, 1906, record ter line of a small slough known as that Saturday, the 27th day of May.
. . : Ing Shop i loss a ls« » I
complaint filed against you in the ed January 5, 1907, in Book 7, page Mud Slough, and being the portion A D., 1922, at the hour of one
above entitled court and cause on 452, deed records of Columbia Coun of said Lot numbered 5 West of tho o'clock p ui. of said day at the court
or before the 10th day of June, ty, Oregon; SIXTH. A tract ot land
room of said court, has been by said
1922, said day being after the ex conveyed by W. T. Watts and Mil by Phillip A. Frakes and Rebecca court appointed as the time for th
piration of six weeks from the date dred Watts to W L. Goin by deed
Lot numbered 8 >f
of the first publication of this sum dated October 8, 1906, and record
account und the settlement thereof
mons; and if you fail to appear, for ed in Book 7, page 202. deed records Section 18, Township 3 North, Range.
ut *11 hours 0&
want thereof, the plaintiff will apply of Columbia County, Oregon; SEV 1 West of Willamette Meridian, -,,v- 28, 1922.
ST. H E L E N S B E S T
Also excepting the town- Ing and excepting thut portion of
to the Court for the relief demand ENTH.
HENRY G WATTERS.
site of East Side Addition to Scap said Lot numbered 8 decreed uni
ed in his complaint, to-wit:
For a decree of divorce dissolv poose, as platted and recorded in the allotted to William Holl, which al J W. DAY’ , Attorney.
ing the bonds of matrimony hereto office of the County Clerk of Co lotted tract is described as begin
EIGHTH. ning at tho meander post on the
i EN TRAI. 2ND HAND STO^'I
fore and now existing between lumbia County, Oregon;
The woman who paints must be A home product of guaranteed
Now and second-hand good* rr»|
A tract of land conveyed by Mil North hank of Willamette Slough, lieve that men love art.
plaintiff and defendant.
N A m M "it all ilnSS ImryUiMJ
This summons is published by or dred J. Watts, widow, to M. B. Gre and on the East line of said Sec- . i
folks for home consumption.
i Im home Goa Mat : In, Frop
der of the Honorable Martin White, well by deed dated July 17, 1909 18, and running thence North 18 64
Judge of the County Court of the recorded on July 21, 1909, in Book chains to the Northeast corner of
P E R R Y G R A N IT E CO
State of Oregon for Columbia Coun 12, page 511, deed records of Co “aid Lot numbered 8, thence West
thence South 20.20
mi bst Itut a« for dairy foods.
ty, which order was made an enter lumbia County, Oregon.
HOULTON NBY» cMi in I
Earl Perry, Mgr.
Also a strip of land off of the south chains to Willamette Slough; thence'
ed on the 24th day of April, 1922,
HAND STORE Everythin*
and the time prescribed for publica s:de of the William Watts Donation Easterly and tracing the Northerly
valu« bought, sold or sicWPl
301-303 Fourth St., Cor.
tion thereof is six weeks, beginning Laud Claim and along the north line
PIM M 62 J. Hair) SiMW. W
Columbia, Portland, Ore.
with the issue of the 28th day of of the Jesse Miles Donation Land place of beginning;
April, 1922, and ending with the is C'aim. said strip running from the
S H O E SHOP
Designers and Manufac
middle of a certain pond lily lake, of Section 18, Township 3 N rth.
sue of the 9th day of June 1922.
westerly to and adjoining the laud Range 1 West of Willamette Meri
GLEN R. METSKER.
C c C A S IO
Attorney for Plaintiff,
Residence owned by Elizabeth M. Watts, wid dian ;
ri li o h Making. Repairing.
Taken and levied upon as the
and Post Office Address, St. Hel ow, said strip being two rods wide
Designs and prices by mail
Bldg , Ht. lisien m
20t7 and about 80 rods long, and used property of the said Georg' tow-
for an easement leading to said pond rence Louslgnont, a bachelor. John
A LBER T BR A IF .H<-
lily lake, being In Sections 12 and A Browning, otherwise known is
John Abe Browning, and as A J.
Harneas Maker. Any kind
In the Circuit Court of the State of 13, Township 3 North of Range
Browning, and Lola Lot ,lne Brown-
er work don«
I’rioe* r***° j
West of the Willamette Meridian.
Oregon, for Columbia County.
Work flrsl-elass On» bio**
Also a tract of land off the lands
Iva Smith, Plaintiff,
Ht. Helena depot.
of Elizabeth M. Watts, widow, being
a tract bounded 210 feet north and
— T o and From—
William G. Smith, Defendant.
S H O E S H I N E PAKLOR
In the name of the State of Ore south by the right-of-way of the
gon you are hereby refulred to ap Northern Pacific Railway Company;
l a d ie s
a n d OB«*
pear and answer the complaint filed thence 420 feet easterly and the
against you in the above entitled
F ie r y .lay, on und »fu - r A p r il IS lii.
Courteous h » '
court and cause, on or before the „ M. ., Watts, widow; thenoe 210 feet
Ii«*tifr»i lim it iM vcii du>d.
and Good Work. Royal »»
29th day of April. 1922. and for I l
parallel w‘ th the said
O V E R H A U L I N G A N D R E P A IR IN G .
W E DO
St. Helens ..................... $ 1 . 5 0 Hewitt Building. St I1***"'
" « “ I thereof
t u c i e u i the
D D I V . rl* , ht‘ of . way 10
. . a . polnL
to the court for the relief prayed f r
e wIth «aid line of
T H E W O R K R IG H T A T T H E R IG H T PR IC E
Assembly .........................$ 1 .60 ail day.
for In her complaint, to-wit:
for Un.d. #
o f Elizabeth M Watts, widow,
a decree of this Honorable Court dis- a, distance
feet to the said
t a il o r
M a r b l e ...........................$1.70
solving the bonds of matrimony ex- riKht‘ of wa>' of said railroad, said
Battery re-charging and repairing with Storage Bat
Isting between your self and f he Xract containi^K 2 acres, being in
JACK O’ MALLEY. I
teries for rent and Philadelphia Diamond Grid Aute
plaintiff and for permission of Court
and 13, in Township 3
G o b le .................................. $2.25 Kults Made to Order, <
to hereafter resume her former ,
Kange 2 V\est of the Wll
and Lighting Batteries for sale. Let us give you the
$2.40 I’ resHlng
name, to-wit. Iva La Rono end for U “ ®IU Meridian,
such further relief as to the court - Al8° a ,ract of lan<l described aa
Bainier ............................ $ 2 60
may seem just in the premises.
follows Beginning at a point on the
T R A N S F E R C u MPANIÖJ
«Vmdurtnra will „* m , lrhrlB fr(,m
This summons is published by or- ®a8t llne ot ,ll(! right-of-way of tha
points where agenta nre not on duty, j
dpr of the Honorable Martin White. Northern Pacific Railway Company
Storage for cars or trucks both dead
TRANSFER snd HT0RAd<’g
Judge of the County Court of the
nor,h of where the east line
Long Distance Hauling » |
State of Oregon for Columbia Coun- uf 1,141(1 right-of-way intersects the
or for storage call 1
ty, made and entered on this 23rd nortk
Jesse Miles Donation
I es Rhone 7 2J.
rp O M / v ?
Laud Claim; thence running South
day of March. 1922.
i’rom pi sstvi«»-
First publication March 31, 1922. 3 degrees, 42 minutes East 324 feet
, to the north line of said Miles Dona
Last publication May 12 1922.
t io n Land Claim; thence South 70
M J. Mar MAW o n .
Attorney for Plaintiff ' degrees East on North line of said
s £ a t *TV5:
Worcester Building, Portland, Ore | Donation Land Claim 1240 feet;
kinds Sand, Rock 1 nd w . ## |
, - •■'••ni s
| thence North 20 degtees East 730
Phone* 1.J8-J. If No Answer Call 2 F 14.
BURNS BROH. I’ rop*
A court has ruled that a Jewsharp ' feet; thence westerly to place of be
te ""- ">
J. R. G I L B Y , Agent
ts not a musical Instrument. Justice ginning, and containing 15 acres,
McKIE T r M 'f "
may be blind, says the Arkansas Oa situated In Sections 12 and 13 In
zette, but she is not deaL
t Township 3 North of Range 2 West
Rates reasons bla I ho
’ ' »»"tu,a
ind their8'f a i l l e s * h“ S beenTvIng
for six mouths in 53 railway cars.
They have been supplied with noth
ing but a weekly ration of flour and
have appealed to the American Red
Cross for clothing and other provis
Ked Cross chapters in t he Far East
have been asked to aid the \ ladi-
vostok chapter within the limit of
their resources. The Japan chapter,
which was the first to respond to
the appeal gave 500 yen.
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