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raUSTKIAL N t W S
' NOTES O f OREGON
A STORY FOUR
ST. H E L E N S M IST, F R ID A Y , J U N E 2, 1922
**, u n k n o w n , U lunt li l|l» c h (J,|
K O T K 'K OK S H K H I I i ' K HA I.K.
tween said Sections 29 and 32, 2« thereof, at the front door of the
“ ini I I M G ilb e r t . li« r liiih liu n d ;
chains and 50 links, more or less, to County Court House in St Helens.
* Kt a via
In tin- » In ........................
uit l ourt of th« Htal« « of
Jo h n
a point of beginning
Columbia County, Oregon, sell a ’
IK ill's, imr li uh band who«*- i»ul and
° r'K'*ii for County of Colimi Ida.
Krom ||,„ day» of 11.« Hpruuirtn to
Also all of lots 2 and 3 of Section public auction subject to the redemp
1 " kllo1w'*.
K«‘*u « ’
Joseph D Htember* and John H
Hu. present I m h lonK porlotl of tin,,
3 2 In Township 4 North of Range 1 tion to the highest bid for casli in
»*: *• •*
y » . In till.HI. ilu vm um „1 present! I,.,,,, ‘ , J l ’ 1,1 ,1" ’" Jo n«», li«r bus M ontgom ery. l*lalritllfM,
Weal of the Willamette Meridian
hand all the right, title and Interest
’“ ‘,‘d w1" »*« real and true name is I
hÜr* Work starts
p u lu lii w o rn «in.Ml ,u b «m u ilfyln |f um l
Also all that part of the southeas,
unknown; Victoria Luwtoii and John
Minnie M l,ee and M K l.ee, her quarter of Section 29, in Township which tile within and above-name I
preserving it.« ol.p.M- 1 . which they Doe I at w ton, her hu»liaud,
defendants and each and ail of them
for I In'
1» ........'Ill Guy» pitiiit w..s real und true name 1 » unknown, Km husband, Defendauis.
4 North of Range 1 West of the W i l had on the 9th day of September,
Hoot loo cov•,r•,,l
, r,,K MU •••»
UH«d UM U decorative in .i t >• r i it I r,,r
lamette Meridian, lying south and 1919. the date of tlie mortgage ftere-
*-uck und John Doe Duck, tier
Today It |H
,f“ «,rlt h*K11 * 11 ■' lo t f o r » 3 0 , 0 0 « I hi. Hiuiniiiy .uses
husband whose real and 'ru e name ment, Decree und Order of Sale Is- east of San tosh Creek in said quar 1 in foreclosed, or since that defend
la unknown. Mathilda Hlllaon and sui d out of the above entitled Court ter section, described as follows, to- ant» have acquired in and to the
Commencing at the southeast above described real property or any
John Doe Htilson. her hUHband whose in the above entitled cause to nri wlt:
Io «cl ri.aour.fH of th« country
teal und true name 1 » unknown, und directed, the 10th day of May, 1922, corner of said southeast quarter of part thereof, and to satisfy said Ex
, puckltm O '«'"
upon a Judgment rendered in said Section 29 and running thence west ecution, Judgment, Decree and Or-
lirlilK" I " ■ pilli udaolutely liiHuri.H uKiiliiHt denrticlu I A Muriiuam and Jane Doe Mai
•Iuntil, Ills wife whoHe real and true Court on the 10th day of Muy, 1922, along the south boundary line of said , der of Sale interests, costs and ac
p,ndl»“*n N' "
Hon and rottlnK
It lH th« only form mime lH unknown, and ull the un In favor of Joseph If. Sternberg and Section 29, 1 342 feet to the channel
I" 1 1*. r' « f r A •• "'■•<• Industries of Inauranc« that , « „
known h.-lr» of the above named d< John II Montgomery, Plaintiffs, and of Santosh Creek; thence northerly
Dated this 11th day of May. 1922.
,,in.,..k f»r fU<ur uillH ni In
to perform II h duly loo p«, , ,
leiid.tm», al»o h II other person» or against Minnie M Dee and M K Lee. and easterly down
J H W ELLIN G TO N ,
I’alntH liuv« been Iii k ti during K t III! parth-h unknown claltning any right, j her husband, defendants in sahl HUlt,
Creek and following the meanders
Sheriff of Columbia County, O re
U" lawi few >« .u tiul are now down to ll.le, estate, ||„„ or |merB„| in amt for the sum of $4500.00, with Inter- thereof, to its Intersection with the gon.
norma! I» uh ! m
It would aeeiu to tic to the real estate described in Me | est thereon from the 1st day of east line of Hiiid Section 29; thence
First issue May 12, 1 922.
^Portinoli Hon lumi Milf
economy to paint now
The Dutch complaint herein, the above ntimeli July, 1921. at the rate of six per cent
south along the eakt line of said Sec
Last issue June 9. 1922.
have an old proverb which nay» defendanta:
yen »er mill
tier annum until paid, and the furth tion 29, 1390 feet to the place of be
7,hWd »tlvii' HlInk Htatlluiu to a.
'(iuod palm cuh I h nothing
IN T D K N A M E OK T H E 8T A T K er sum of $300.00, attorneys’ fees. ginning.
I :.,»lt*0 people.
h h v « h more than It costa."
Prohibition, says an exchange, has
N O W T H E R E F O R E , By virtue of • aught a lot of us that we can have
There arc many brand» of palm Ml- OKKCON, Vou und each of you Hid for their costs and disbursements
Tutrtfluld to K»t two »tory liusl-
on the market and to the consumer
a corking good time without ever
answei til« complaint file<| again.»’ t lG 45 commanding me to make sale der of Sale and in compliance with pulling a cork.
Alluri» -N «w l>ol«l .»n aU le ied a all paint» look ullkc
11 I» only when you and each of you In the above «n of the following described real prop
the commands of said writ, I will on
th« pulnt ha» li««n applied to a build
l f ill.
• rty situated in the County of Co Monday, the 12th day of June. 1922.
lot for liulldlng lug for four or flv« year» thu tlld- f i f 1 €»«1 H u i t ( j i i «/j*
And sometime^ they marry at lei
the 'luy of July, H 2 2 ; said date being lumliia, State of Oregon, to-wlt;
at eleven o'clock In the forenoop sure and repent in haste.
duality la detnon»trat«d
It I i n too
Cii* uvr Stli.t^ I h r e r
Beginning at the northwest cor
contract aw ard
lat« to r«g r«t o n «» action of a poor
Hau don * 1 - •
«1 the first putdicatlon of this sum ner of the northeast quarter of th’
j |ur .railtnit anti cluurlng 2 tulle» choice of paint
If 1 m well to buy th» n,,.n». and. If you fall so to uppea
northeast quarter of Section 32, in
While we a t « not
ind answer for want thereof, th- Township 4 North of Range 1 Wes ! .
under mentioning any brand In partlcului
plaintiff will apply to Do* above en of Willamette Meridian, and running t
a perusal (>f our advertisement» will Mtled Court for a decree that plain
thence south along the west hound- i
Woolen mill ln.itnlllng Indicate th« leaning of the editorial
iff he adjudged Die absolute owner ary line of the east half of the north-1
In fee simple of the real estate il-
When you work hard your appetite craves tender
-■ast quarter of sahl Section, 40 '
I'Driaploynie**1 In Oregon greutly
scribed In the complaint herein and chains more or less to the Intersec- i
roast meat or a thick juicy steak
more particularly described mm fol • ion of said line, or a continuation !
T h e l i e o i « o f ilo- Koul
t myon »'»>
N' * mining camp
lows, to wit:
i hereof, with what Is known as Evans
In olden timo», |t wu» believed
inuainK up 111 u i‘i"i*«y Oulch.
quarto. Slough; thence in a general n o r t h - 1
. „ vi de
\\ ■ Milan mill bullil that thè neiit of tlie soul was the
i.NW '» i of Heel ion ;tj (n Township i erly direction following the mean
»lomach, mo»t llkely for Iti » reason
. Uf» d>u liou»«
dering» of said Kvans Slough to its |
:• • to pa . ■■ that » muli t» never »o completely
lam.-tte Meridian in Oregon, save amt nli-isccUon with the section line lie-j
ac- pi an undivided oiie-eigh'li in tween sections 28 and 33 in said I
Portland ' ontrncl l«t
tua of arder
Kor thè cure of ordinari
••rest therein owned by Marla In- township and range, at or near the !
■lomach trouble». there I» nothlng l.aaliniutt. und
t factory In Kenton
common corner of Sections 28, 29,
(uirni I.Hti.i county to purrli a»« dotte so prompt unii satlsfartory a-
qUurtei i 32, and 33, in said Township and
St. Helens, Oregon
KciburK tin- plant to r«c«lv.< •frongthen Mie »toniadi and «natile . ' S K ' , 1 of Section 22 In Township' R a n g e , and thence west along said
I North of Range 2 Weal of the WTI
lo pet forni II - functuni» naturully
action line, and its continuation b e
lyrovviuen I e
Riltcti Modern laundry to he In (live them a trial. Tliey only co»t a laiuetle Meridian lit Oregon,
ill hi Columbia County, State of Ore-!
goli, that tile title to said premises I
[ Siaufndd W< « ri mined on th“
bo quieted in the plaintiff; that you |
mil each of you have no right, title,
II.it Now shlngl« mill In opera
In file Circuit Court of the NliOc of ••stale lien or 'merest In or to the
-aid real property or any part there
Oregon, for 4 'olumblu 4 ounty.
WilUnhna ilrtrk plant again In
of. und that you und each of you he
J « » « - l< Hhurp, Plaintiff,
forever barred and estopped from
victor li'*ch and J mii « Doe 11:>i L, asserting or claiming any right, title,
hbi wife whose ri al .md true t um-- estate, Ren or interest in and to said
b«la|| 1» unknown. Mlanch lllxch Gilbert real property or any part thereof,
and II V tillle-rt her hushand; <)c and for such further equitable re
lief as lo the Court shall deem meet [
Por:land New Sovereign hotel lo lavla Hughes and John Doe Hughes
her husband whose reul und tru--| ind proper In the premises
This summons is published In tlie
Toltelo • «iru lion ntarled on i name 1» unknown; Kllta C Jour
'anil John Doe Jones. h«r hushund St Helens Mist, St Helens, Oregon j
| Corvallis award pavlng contract» j whose real anil true name Is un Ey order of the Hon J A, K.ikin.
known, Victoria l.awton und John Judge of the above entitled f o u r ',
kalini l i * . 000
| Ortion City tu • modern $1 0.0UO | Doe laiwton. her husband whose real which order was made and entered I
land true name Is unknown. Kmma on tlie 26th day of May. 1922.
The date of the first publication I
Slater» e-, linn of McKenzie high 1 l.urk and John l>oe Duck her bus
hand whose real and true name I of this summons is June 2. 1922. |
1 Gold itcach Itosd
being unknown, Mathilda Stllson and John and the ilute of (lie Iasi publication i
Doe Htll»on. her hu»hund whose r« i l thereof Is July I I , 1922
and true name Is unknown, und T
All processes and papers in this
1 Tillamook reports
m - served upon the und v
ay tiulld.ug permits
And you will want a new fishing outfit or replenish
his wife whose real and true mini" sigend attorneys for plaintiff resid
Toladu vote» 622.50« I mjih I n to ex-
the old one. Come in and look our fishing goods
•d »tier ayatetn
heirs of the above named defend addiess herelnhelow first stated.
Tillarn < k (millisldl school di»
ants; al»o all other per»ons or par
T H K O D O R K O l ’SI ND,
stock over. W e are headquarters for everything in
h o tc a k e s
$ I ..... in Im tiding
C |, STA R R.
ties unknown rlutming any right,
Portland l'Un» completed for a
the way of Rods, Reels, Baskets, Lines. Hooks and
M A ZOI.KIN'GKR,
title, •■stale, lien or Interest In and
Attorneys lor Plaint iff
to the real estate described In the
Mortali:» Work under way ou a
dozen and one things that go into a trout fisher-
A ddre ss:
complaint herein. Defendants
it |C0 000
506 Selling liulldlng.
To Victor Itlach and June Doe
t e l l'a»
1 uves hlghwny com
lllsch his wife who »« real and true Oregon.
s«d June 1
tug-rie woidi-n nulla now working
THOUSAND y e a r s o l d
The Energy Food is Meat
The Peoples Market
It’s Trout l ime
Deming’s Drug Store
: i-v I veil for rati
Roga b u rg
i tidcwt-er mi Marshfield.
Italia» lo lay concrete »tdew alk»
*' ’r l j : ;
1 1 -■ 6 U 7 . 9 6 4 K 2 im-
pr -v “ ir. : i r
: Amity i -.le» fur n«w
| ¡.rllami i '.mia. i uwarded
- » under im i
r “1*' lr. . . . .
fm new Concord
i ni ! »
e- t.i-gin soi.ii
• Uop roail
rilettoti work <>n
•»ttiUUDIly hall I.irts
- . » ’ ., In- npi-
Aitiai) t„ K„ $,io imo l.akery
••Mun lei» p.tving contrarla.
* nan • ■ ' ■
» wood flntshlng
r o ocetv
■ «"ad c..n»trui Don
>r •'.' ■' now well under way
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t . n s i n “ H*.
f r i . ni
p l n*sl'i* l- I., .....l,
* K <BMPI 1 II HTtM'K 4>K T H E
U T E N T IN
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I l ,1
I filled Dickens
I 1,4,M n u r 'VM,rh chnlns
Ho* ' 1 1 sllverwar. — fifty
•yttunl" i.rl,n " "ml.lem p i n » ev-
Jewelry from thlnga for
«•atrh "r "
' X'st.dpi rent«
, u r * 35» «id
■•NtM. ' " r,'l’» ' r « d
All work » h
St Helen», Oregon
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