St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933, August 04, 1922, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    I MK ST. H K L K N S MIST, F R I D A Y . A U G U S T 4, 1922
Flying Fisherman.
riti**«' •" « " IIIHUrMIIf« ilglllll») u
B |„(,.r unii short bay crup, un
coiiomlcul f « « d tur Un
„ml m i'll'
Tim rilll vulu« of
o
.,|(J was roll In the Into liunl win
. » " I ' ||U> ol" ,,f “ W "
T h " u"
Ion l'*l»'rl," ,',,,
l'“ M founil
. , , ... ...Ion of hay unit »Hug-
lu»K
P A G E F IV E
NOTH >; OK MHKItlKK'M KAI.E.
HI MMOVH.
HI vu II uk III.' UyluK fi li u. ail oh
liy virtue of all hlMCUtloii Judg
of 111 I I'l'I'Hl lo 1 1,,. «pori run worn i i o i i i . Order unit Deere.. <|uly Inaueij In th Mrrult Court o f the Htnte o f
< »tegoli for Coluinhla County.
I h Ilo. . 'flying
Inlriulun'i!
' " f|h|„.Iinun"
......•••an III
' It it) Ij(iM) I,v llie 1 l*-rk of llie Circuit Court of
Maud May Krick, I'lalntlff,
> Houlht*rn ( uliroriiltt
,lt|y wli< „ '
1 ouuf y of Columbia, Stufo of
va
M!M,r'
» »'»I'P'-'I Off In ■ ' 7 . «'«t'»l the '.Ml .lay of July,
(Tina I, Krick, Defendant.
Hying ho.it
I lo ihn fishing
1,1 « » ‘•Halli nuit in the Circuit To I Ima, D Krick, Defendant:
ground
nini 'pollina I heir auuie
,
miri
for "uld county nod alale
lu the Nume of ihe Slule of (Ire-
from un ultltuih. of f,on
lauded S ' ,. ooi . i . mi i n-
M
,,u,llc t,: «ou:
Vou are hereby required to
and ran a lit 200 pounda of naaorled
overe.i noie.',K" ? ’ U T r**or.111 Ml1, ri“ ill'p' « r «»'1
nnawer the complaint
vurlethiM of fiali
,
.
J
» ' ni against
l.oula Ol- filed against you in the above en-
Ahor a 12 iiilniilo run l „ Avaloi
reiiiei uiu""i r U,U , °/.
to' 'Hied court and cause, on or before
San tu t 'stallini ...................
1
th<*i«ion from tIt«* T ui ' hì I rv Minion. h*.r i u
uuin
i
lroilu',,'i lwlr''
,lully
•*'
¡,„1 1 Hu- i oHi of gains on liny nlonn
A pi, io o'* i u I'I'“ «'* *»***•
plunlu
j . nori,'-Iimny bud Uilu >"ur In ninny
D ir t » of i>r«n<’H
much li'uf 4n <tl
•
' w et« i.aat ami Ihe fly
lainl mi orillnK m illnn tlonu on lit« lug bout »ailed over the aurfuce
nickuK*' will I'lnun Hi mu oul when
the bait
it in nil
warn In
Jfuiu'ily ippll»«»
A good houp mill I Manluneoua, mi, alrlkea of albacore
I r,ih*u Hi«»
r wulnr will hnh I h In j furnlablng the excitement for 2 0
sp, I'.nl l l : ............ I'll ton. 'Iluklllg .1 to In u tea before the flab were brought
llon, , rt
‘i i " l I'l'iiin'inIon 1 o f 1 .1
guff
I «tier un hO pound almrk
was caught
b«r »»'I 11
r- ill
r I N
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4M NT.
I I d the < ountjr « o u r t of the State of
(
Oregon, for the Counly of Co-
Itlflllllll.
In the Matter o f the K d a le of
Micbae! Flertor, Deceased^
Notice la hereby given that the un
deralgned, aa Administratrix of the
eatate or Michael IMerter. deceased,
has filed her final account In the
County Court of the Stale of Oregon
‘,or Columbia County, and that Mon
luy the 28th <lay of AujcuHt. 1923.
the hour of 9:30 o'clock in the
I roreuoon of said day and the . ourt
Itoorn of iald Court lias been ap-
pointed by said Court as the time
N O IK 'K TO I*I14>I*KKTF OWNERS.
To the owners of real property nub-
Jeet to a
P P
7
for the Improve*
of VV » Ht Street between a point
100 f n i "••»lerly from the west aide
of t burri, Street and the Intersection
or «aid West Street with the weat-
erly edge of the St Helena Deer Is-
land County road In the city of Si
Helena, Columbia County, Dreg,,,,
Notl.e is he,el,y given to the pron-
« rty owners subject to assessment for
the improvement of all that portion
of W<- i Street from a point 100 feet
westerly from the west side of Church
'tre e ! and the Intersection of said
West Street with the westerly edge
Helens-Deer Island Coun-
WI hmi anti« .ir•• irouhlrnorm* whol
N<n n >: Ili D IH T K K T It 4 » VI)
I coloni«'» I » "
destroyed hy mixing
m M eri
It icsHpcmfiil " f tartar « .nielli with a
„ 1 ,:, , m " mi " f hi'ii"' spreading ..
Ilo«,) Distile! No. Slx. Columbia
, i n . ,
■
«... «■>.- -I,»- .«si«,, custody
Counly, <fregi,ii
Oregon for the County of ( 'ol u in - 11
'h ‘ y may file their objections,
(l|1 a p ........... I ■ "I «nil pliu Ina I in.
ii
i, * M*f
1
trol of Mildred Patricia Frick, the I
bla.
r H,,y' to the acceptance of said
|i#lt „ I . I . ' 1 : Of th e lil ts
I II.
None«, is llereby glyen. (bai il, p„i
ms HouHon t ounty Hoad, in Block minor child of plaintiff and defend-
In the Matter of the Estate ,,f •'•ork. in writing, and such objections
,,rr, I"
"!’ |hc poisoned honey ..lane,, of u pel Ululi tluly slgned by
1 "
11
, *"t ,l,,ovu prein- uni. und reoiilrlni' defendant to onv
will be heard and considered by the
111, their '"ling as well Un est of 'I .1 freehold.tr» and legai voler» ni
city, on said
lim.d Dlslrlel
No
su , Columbia
I thenin.'lv
hereon ren-
1 ounty, Dr.gon, and preseuied to II
The celling moth spruy for sum i oumy i > mi ri .,f Columbi» County.
,'lty Council
I Ber prole non win due In most di» Oregon, ii lllstrlel Itosi! nieellng of
922
Ilio legai voters o f siild Hoad Dls
|,.git i. : ■ "• end of July (¡r u »
GO D FREY.
irlct No Sia w 11 I be belìi ||, thè
Lri lu il.»il'< .<» 1° arrival of Inf.
,'ity Recorder
I talions can consult either the coun Heuver Valley Drang« Hall In siila
pon you
regoli l.uw»; taken and levied upo-i by publication thereof In the St. Hel­ notified to present the same, duly
I., ugelli < m extension department roud lllstrlel ni, il,e 21*th day or
July. 1922, ut Ih « lioiir of s .»'clock M 'he property of lumi» Olson, a ens Mist, a newspaper printed arid verified as required hy law, to th<-
I.uxurlant
vegetation
including
I in re*cl ' " ">me
P 111 . of salti dav, salii meeting •.> widower, or as much thereof as umy published within Columbia County, underslgned at Scappoose, Oregon, tern- and palm-like plants r»nee grew
within six mot.ths from the date In Alaska which indicate.» that tbe
be for thè purpose o f vollng re dls
n T e n tT n T ? . r° T x k y
.M‘ i d .J.UdK;
«"<i «*f generai circuì lation,
hereof.
climate there was very unlike that
(rlbutlon of thè Special Itoad Tax Ü , nk
¡ a i r p l a n e t o l o c a t e
<
*• •»vsis»i» iv
r j a . . ! ! . r_Hl. N h umal j*V
pursuant
to an
an uiuvi
order uiu'iu
mude uuu
and enter-
.
DateJ and first published July which prevails there now
Coal beds
u» voled in Novembrir. IK2 1 nor ti
\ur r r' r
,r' K" " - « c^ r e.l In the above entitled court and
ALASKA'S L O S T L A K H S money,
Dated Ibis 16th day of July, 1922 poratlon, plaintiff against said de-1 CUUH(. ,,n th(. 2<th ,)ay ,,r July A „ , 7>
disclose fossil remains of many trop-
fendant,
l.ou s Olson, with Interest i 922> by Honorable J A, Eakln,
‘ H A R L E S E. W IK S TR O M .
leal plants which grow only In a
M A R T IN WH II K.
t hereon,
hocating mil photographing ui
1212
Executor, warm climate.
9»5t___________
Coutil) Judge ,n i ,, „ ° * r .*kr . .
“
t»'e
Circuit
Court
of
the
|kll>,«„ !..k•
n.ill.mill for. .
disbursements that have or may ac- Stai„ ,(f Oregon, for Columbia coun
Icf Ala»k.i .io mioiig I lie Ini.-si uni
NOTI« I. Ol 1 IN v i . VI C O I v r .
I i! U VI I i c i i T n e u , „ , i „
’ >'. which order requires this sum-
Ito «ilici, tin ilrplaw to M a g put.
1 » . ,
,
,*
‘ ’ *
r ^
moils to be publiHhed In the St He|,
Ili Ilo- C o u n t y C o u r t o f Ilo- s i a l e o f
|nf» II»' fore»' "rvlee. I'nlle.l Stale
I t
dsv f
* ° n' h,H " . ,IK Sitat . for a period
of , six . consecu-
131b
, v n weeks
, ■ > h, .
O r e g o n f o r f o li i m l i i a C o u n t y.
Ijeparliiioi.t nf agriculture
and
successive
beginning1
I day of July. 1922
. . * live
* * * c
a 11 ci nuu-cnni
ym ni: nn
**•*»
In thè Mailer of thè Kstaie of
It has loi g bean know n t t a l > hai
" f flr,t ‘fubllc» ' lon- July 14' with the Issue thereof dated Friday.
Itrtusiiv lake* .m I »e k and lands and Kllxu J M eU ren , Deceased
,
, , ,
4 ,,
.
July 2S, 1922, and ending with thel
Dress Patterns, Ginghams, Waists and a complete
|ul*n,li> along lb " Inside piiNHug" lie
NOTI« E Is hereby glven litui Ih- 11' 7 9,‘, 2of la!“ P » bllca" u» . August lHSUe (her^of dated Krlday St)pteni j
lltreii
.ad »kiigwin that .1
iiuderslgtie.l,
as udminisl ratrlx of
line of Dry Goods and Notions, Hosiery and Shoes.
'
~*'
t
her 8. 1922, and requires you to ap-
A tpp'-ar on .m» map
During the ' he estate of Kllxu J Mcl.aren. de
Tbe sergeant-major was reaching I,,'ar and a" * wer «he complaint f i l e d ,
W e invite you to call and inspect our stock.
••used. bus flled ber final accouni In
I
the end of bis patience in his exam- in the «hove entitled court and cause|
imr aviators In I i*J“ . 'laken wara thè County Court of 'li
State of
;
on
or
before
Tuesday,
tbe
19th
day
Illation of tbe recruits' squad
tnq«e(;>:' sighted whleh aould not Oregon for Columbia County of Ihe
"F o r the last time,” he yelled, go- (,f September, A D , 1922
be found on the laicHt and most au­ udmlnlstratlon of sul.) estate try thè
Dated at St Helens, Oregon, this!
OPEN EVENINGS
litone maps of ili» territory
1.«
former admlnlstrator, K II Joseph Ing almost purple In Ihe face. “ I ask 2dtb day Of Julv, A D.. 1922.
you
tin*
simple
question.
What
Is
a
.nd tl.ut Salurday. thè 26tli day
Ilio t year ..go ,t lake 4 t* mil.
THUS
H.
TONGUE.
JR.,
of August, 1922, ut thè hour of l i forrtlfl.atlonT"
Pud and
wide was discovered
Attorney for Plaintiff
Shoulders dr.M,peil and with faces
o'rlo»-k tu thè forenoon of salti day
bt head of Short hsy
v. id of Intelligence as a vacuum of Resident Attorney of State of Ore­
Bhcognlruig that M B * of these and thè court room of salti court ha
gon, Postoffice Address, Cummer
l'.-.'D apponiteli by sald court as tbe air. tbe recruits stood fast as a man.
llikea !;..!•
........ ire» . of vu I u.' Id
clal Block, Hillsboro, Oregon. 3317
No one answered
Dine and pince for III. hearing of
ntler pow<
he foreat servie.
Rushing up to tbe most Intelligent
Uld plan» I" map tills no
BUUt'l .bjoctlona tbereio alili thè settlemeut looking man. the irate N C ft
The average discharge of water of
■Undid lh<-
I» v ni .'ll ns of IOTI.II : ber.-uf
: .w led "T ell me, my man, what Is the Ohio river Is about 300.000 cubic
Dute.l and flrst publlshed
lui»
Wwlogrtpl.»
\ few d a ) » ' flight, It
feet a second, the maximum flow ap-
a fortification?"
21. 1922
p a i d , will lie sufflUtaBt to '
The answer came like a cork out proximately 1.600.000 cubic feet a
Ik iru wm. s dagr....... . naan racy
MAHOAItKT H K o f l l ,
of a bottle:
second or 30 times the minimum
that sou..:
rn.tr> > >.•»i » h .
Adrninlut ratrlx
"Two twentlflcatlons. sir ”
flow ______
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JOHN I» STIMILA. Attoruey
32-5
I»'«*’ ''«I"
■ plis!. 1 1 y
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gir'
’
> o T M > : TO < H K IH ÌO K K
Th* work, which has lieen ap
gor'd h* Hu federal power ...minis In Ilo- < " U H I ) U m n o f Ilo- M u l e o f
»III he done hy seaplane, fly
« > r . v n f*>r l 'o lu iii ld a l' o u n t y .
W from he’ . • k in a n buse
N O T It'B Is herebv glven thai th è 1
Tender meats that lack flavor do not represent thi|
underslgneil ha» been unpoln'. J ih-*
The Health of the Family Depends on Good
admlnlstrator of fhe estate nf w
l est meats that money can buy. Our meats combine
COUGARS IN T H E
M ( hapinan, deceased. by Ihe ( ‘oiin-
tenderness and fine flavors because we secure our beet
N E H A H E M V A L L E Y ty «'ourt of tbe Siale of Oregon fi;r
l'oluinbla l'ounty. and ha» quali-
from sources that guarantee this combination to us.
Properly Installed by Reliable Plumbers.
All persoli» bavlng elalm»
A report 1 . 1 , been sent lo Asloris fimi
A 'resh stock of all kinds of Steaks, Chops, Roasts,
R.
Constantin,
P lu m ber & H eating E xpert E ngineer
him ihe Ne',„lem valley that Micro agallisi sald estate are hereby not-
Poultry and Beef on hand at all times; also a full line
It family of in,He killing cougars fled to presepi Mie sanie dui) veri-
St. Helens' Oregon
Phone 12i-J
I thal accti.ii, and that at least sii fled a» hy law requtred to tbe uu-
of groceries.
III»» luv. f,,
villin i» lu the-. derslgned, al Room 17. Columbia
I’
i o r t f o i te l , in.1 Counly Bank Building SI llelen«,
Oregon, wiihln slx nionlliH troni tbe
P 1' •' ' : .......... II k! Ill'll I.V ' lies.
»¡ihtli Henry Baumgartner un >\ date herenf
Dated and tirsi publlshed July 21.
Strand St.
St. Helen:, Oregon
Telephone 40
Imeni big game hunier, has lawn
v •••• ' ' ", Elsie for sever.li ! 1922
♦
JOHN
I-
STORI-
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4
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kTl with 1 Is p.u k .»f dugs and Is
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Adiiiinlsc-atin.
'■r-* '
ki.l •:.« b.-., .1
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uwlng to the exceedingly dry
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In Derlln a man accused of kill
■ 1 ' difficult for I I •
♦
He
to keep the tracks o f the cou- mg 20 I....pie banged himself
11 •’ ’
Igbt • hut III« lei m te got tbe right man ai last
f * ’ 1 h-‘ •
driven t k i be IS •
100 P E R C E N T
T H IS
M ARKET
RENDERS
♦
Mist W.intuii» bring results
f*' "
. .
a 'Iti : » :n "
♦
S E R V IC E .
AND
SELLS
N O N E BUT
ustaln« where food has beconi«
♦
H IG H E S T Q U A L IT Y M EATS
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fR0F H O R N E R
Become a patron of this shop and your shopping days
Established INNA
♦
H UNTS H IS T O R Y
will be happier—for we can supply all your
♦
N E U BROS.
♦
wants in the M E A T L I N E
H llon .-r pn.fcHsor of history
♦
7 * ’ • b«» been luadu director
G O O D S E R V IC E . C O U R T E O U S T R E A T M E N T
<>
*l*torlral recare Ii In Oregon
2S 4 # 2fi9 4th 81
Opposite
►dfew,,.
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Dr Burner
ban uncovered
C LE A N E Q U P IM E N T
AND COMPETENT
City Hall
f Inclibms ,,f rare historical vai
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•juni" ,,f * |||,.|, |m¥1. i,,,,.,, |„||,
I’ o K T I . A N D. ORE
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n hi» lilhi.irv of Oregon, and
Nee us or write for prices.
♦
r* In the public press
One Rein
It will pay you.
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“ ' ' r ' n'erest was locating old
♦
1 Bnpkli
'.ut It by I'hll .Slier'
0 'dvll ».ir fatti«, near tbe pres
♦
(T w o Markets)
<*»n uf Ho»ktns and not, as gov
♦
' * K' records report, on the
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The Strand—Columbia St. Central— Willamette St.
ml1* West of there l*ro-
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' lorner hopes to enllsl the aid
SHOES—Men’s and Women
M. RICEN, St. Helens, Ore.
MEATS OF FINE FLAVOR
PLUMBING
The Peoples Market
A Real Meat Market
Portland Marble Works
MONUMENTS
MORTON & WILSON
■ old
'"d others In digging
recording Items likely other
' to he I'crinsncntly lost.
pITORs C H O O S E
H O O P R IV E R
d!' .Itlv,r " " ll « fr''" Dip to
.
* 11' I’e the editorial Mecca
** Dial altraction has been
<> hy the Oregon Editorial as
Patloi,
j
'I n I s one o f the rlose-
[ork.inl,. :
_
agricultural districts o f !
* Di numerous community,
»i>b n* ' " “ r ,h** «^'unty sent 1
r *'* "*"»l conditions for a
y II
,
»ervlce, both pa-
'♦r V,'.,
* v»r (Jlacler and Hood
the , " ^
lVlng featured largely
I
L,,.
' vcri etil-v mad.-
fc, ,
"
' " ' Papers
will
h a r d s I , ' ’*' *"
be
Hl
,hl* *>'•;
■ log mountain
YOU
BLOW Y O U R H O R N
w h e n
is the most essential ele
ment to motoring pleasure
You tan only bo satisfied
when you car rims evenly
and smoothly and you do
not have to worry or think
about faulty performance
or bothersome delays.
The surest way to assure
yourself of continuous sat­
isfaction is to bring your
car to us for your over­
hauling and repair work.
Let us figure on your next
overhauling job. You will
appreciate the real econo­
my of having your work
done thoroughly and com­
petently.
l i T " . h*' •“ I'g th e e a r
•»fore reaching the top o f a
Wort* --b|n_ -
i ro»,|
k dangerous curves It
l^ fors r-,,
'
I n*
,
*
'
P»«*
m o th e r car
» Die same direction
Depot Garage
Welch & Co., Proprietor*
Houlton, Ore. Phone 63
* GROCERIES
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Everything Good
You’ll enjoy shopping here with our well order­
ed shelves of staple and fancy groceries, fresh line oi
Fruits and Vegetables and the cheerful and prompt
service we give you.
W e pride ourselves on the completeness of our
stock.
If it’s good—we have it.
F R U IT S
FOR
C A N N IN G
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