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1 Turkey Day Will Soon
I be Here
Jg If in need of a new Dining Table or a few
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Current Events Throughout
the Northwest.
Funds Are Raised to Assist
California Murderer.
Vi'fiYiWVYiV
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Dining Chairs for that occasion call and see
us. We have tables from $7 up, chairs from
85c. up. See the set in our window at a special
price of $25 for this week. We have several
others at as good value for the price we ask.
SATISFACTION' GUARANTEED.
PRICES RIGHT.
FURNITURE E, A. ROSS UNDERTAKING E
NOTHING ON EARTH
Makes you feel better than a
good, square meal. Meat is
three-fourths of the whole, and
we sell the best.
WHAT MORE CAN WE SAY?
CENTRAL MARKET
B. I. PLUMMER, Prop.
ST. HELENS, - - OREGON
A BANKER'S ADVICE
TO YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN
The first step to wealth is always the hard
est. It is taken when you open a savings ac
count at the bank.
Any young man or woman who is employed
can save a little each week, and when this is
banked it becomes an inspiration to you. You
watch is grow and accumulate until time and
the habit of saving have placed you in com
fortable financial circumstances. Your future
is then assured and dates from the day you
made your first deposit.
One Dollar will start a savings account in this Bank
Do it today. Tomorrow never conies
THE COLUMBIA COUNTY BANK
fcBfro a Good Salary
mi wmmmm
i
There is a direct and easy way for you
loncip yourseit to a desirable position
mm pay ju me iraue or proies-
sion that best suits your taste and
ambition. All this without leaving
home; without, losing an hour of
work, or a dollar of pay. Such
benefit is made possible by a world
renowned institution that has had
V) years of successful experience in
training thousands of ambitious
wajre earners for advancement.
This institution now offers YOU
an opportunity, in the coupon
below, to better your earnings and
position, no matter how scant
your time, money, or education
may be. The first step in helping
yourself to a good salary lies in
marking and mailing the coupon.
To do this puts you under no
obligation, oa it HOW.
.............
International Correspondence Sohools
Ple eiplala. without lunhtr oitcitloa oi my pirt. how I
cm quftlllr lor t Lrger aaUry ind adv.crmal
to th position bel.ie which 1 hive marked X.
Bookkeeper
Stenographer
Advertisement Writer
14 how-Card Writer
Window Trimmer
Moo ban leal Irrutnan
Ornamental UeeMfnar
Illustrator
Civil HorvlO
Chemist
Textile MUl tupt,
Kleetrloiaa
Elect rR-) Bngtnw
Telephone Engineer
Kleo. -Lighting Supt.
MechttuleeJ nflnM
Surveyor
8 111 on try Zngliwo
Civil Engineer
Building Cod tractor
Architectural lirmilu.
Aroblteot
8t mot ural Kns;tneer
Bridge Bnciueer
Voreman PI amber
Mining Engineer
Namt .
St. and No.
City
. Static
GEO. B. McCLELLAN, District Manager
McKay Bid?., Portland, Oregon
Xew Payrolls, Improvements, V'urt'
oi leu, and KutorprisCN That Will
Give Kiiiployiueiit to Ijilinr.
Kympiithlc ruMlo HetiMHiils l.llornl
ly to mi .Mnl for I'iiiiiIh In ,UI
Nlnyer anil Family.
North rialns has votod to er.io i.
$3000 school.
Graut Pass Is ambitious for a fed
erul building.
New Masonic Temple at Mortoi.
nearly completed.
llandon ship yards will have a now
wharf 40x100 foot. .
Dr. Pun 1am proposes to erect r.
hospital cl Itninicr.
European war may revive the flax
industry iu the Northwest.
Pendleton retailors will boost pro
ducts of Pendleton manufacture.
Novemhe- 21 bids will be opened
for a concrete armory at Eugene
Engineers are planing an Irriga
tion project for Silver Lake Valley.
Cornucopia Is now the largest gold
and silver producing camp in Oregon
There are 95.756 million board
Oregon and Alaska forest reserves.
AH forms of Washington mihlie
debt total $95,000,000 or $75 per!
capita.
With Glcndale for a center three
districts will unite In building a high
school.
Marsltrield Is planning a drainage
and sewer system to cost $65,000 to
$75,000.
A. L. Hill, of Neodeslia, Kan., has
bought out the Wood Lumber Co., of
Medford.
Warrenton, Hammond and Flavel
will have electric light' and power by
January 1.
Gresham cannery and evaporator
will handle cabbage and potatoes
this month.
Portland Catholics have bought
a $16,000 site for a new church at
Laurel hurst.
The new library building at the
State University wll be ready
Thanksgiving.
Contract has been let for hard-sur-facelng
Pacific Highway from Wood
land to LaCenter.
E. E. Morrison is building a ware
house for explosives, three milet
from Springfield.
The Western Coast Mining Co.,
have been taking out $100 a day In
their Bohemia mine.
Portland people are planning the
establishment of another fruit evap
orator at Hood River.
Salem, Ore., Nov. 19. The Hill
System will operate motor cars be
tween Portland and Clatskanle.
Geo. Orr, a Modoc Indian Is build
ing up a large Indusry at Hood River
In the manufacture of Indian wam
pum. "Blunket" orders for lumber are
being placed through the Douglas
Fir Sales Co., at Portland, ut belter
prices.
A thirty mile road Is to built from
Prairie City to Long Creek to raise I
its rates by the state railroad com-'
mission.
It is deplorable that In the little
city of Orenco there was more hood
lunism reported on Hallow'een than
anywhere In Oregon.
The People's Transportation Co.,
operating boats between Portland
and The Dalles, Is building docks at
Lyle, Mosler and Hood River.
If the Oregon Legislature heeds
the wish of the people there will be
mighty few laws passed at the com
ing session which Interfere with our
Industries.
J. A. Almlral, a New York capital
ist, will start work in the spring on a
big Irrigation project in the Powder
Valley, Baker County, to Surprise
Valley, from Ravendale, Calif., next
spring.
A legislator who wishes to make
a reputation at the next session of
Oregon's law makers will devote ex
clusively to finding ways and means
to reduce taxes and encourage development.
Suit I'iuiii'Imco, Nov. 11. Rarely
has the taking of a Iiuiiinn llfo
aroused such sympathy for the slay
er as In llio case of Joseph I.ncoco,
who shot and killed George Gray,
of the contracting firm of Gray
lli'others, yesterday becauso his
family was starving and lie could
not collect wngos duo him.
Subscriptions for Iicoco's family
began pouring Into the newspapers
today and one daily opened a bureau
for the handling of these funds
Another newspaper employed a bnt
tory of attorneys to defend I-ococo.
Pollcemon raised a fund anionic
themselves and sent (t to the slay
er's wife and family.
Lococo's defense, as outlined In
the police court today, will be that
he was maddened by hunger and
worry over the suffering of his wife
and two children and that when he
fired upon Gray he believed the lat
ter was about to strike him.
Ixis Angeles, Nov. 11. The story
of Joseph Lococo, who shot George
Gray, a contractor, In San Frauclsco
because the latter would not pay
wages due, stirred sympathy hero
today for the Blayer. Several per
sons called upon officers and the of
ficers of news associations, asking
for the addross of the Lococo fam
ily, George Hazen, a merchant; L.
Lee Dabbs, a banker from Oklaho
ma, and others made up a purse to
he sent to Mrs. I-oeoco.
Mrs. Margaret Gray, divorced
wife of George Gray, the contractor
who was shot and killed by Joseph
Lococo, declared tonight that she
had no unkindly feeling toward lo
coco, despite the fact that the shots
he fired robbed her son and daugh
ter of their father.
"I wish the man all tho luck In
the world," said Mrs. Gray. "I have
not a bit of feeling against him. My
sympathies go out to his wife and
their babies."
These sentiments were echoed by
Mrs. Mllfred Wlmborly, of Los An
gles, daughter of Gray by his first
marriage, who was present when
her mother made her statement of
sympathy for Lococo.
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Sheet Metal Work.
R. CONSTANT1N,
St Heleru, Oregc:
TUMAL0 PROJECT TO OPEN
Portland, Ore., Nov. 17, 1914.
(Special.) The opening of the Tu
mnlo Irrigation project, the first In
the Vnlted States to be financed by
a state, has been officially announc
ed. Seventeen thousand five hun
dred acres are thrown open to entry
under the terms of the Carey Act at
$40 an acre. The terms are one
tenth cash, the balance In ten years.
Detailed Information may be had by
addressing the project engineer, O.
Laurgaard, at Laidlow, Oregon.
It is stated that the lands under
this project are excellent for grains
and hardy vegetables, and stock
raising Is also successful. The IiIrIi
altitude renders this section sub
ject to frosts in lute spring and early
fall and frosts have been known to
occur during the summer months, i
It Is expected that this condition
will Improve to some extent as tho
land is cultivated, but people deslr-l
lng to locate on this land are ad
vised to make a personal inspec
tion Instead of trusting to nny un
official reports.
1915 FORD
- WILL BE
ON EXHIBIT
- -AT THE !
INDEPENDENT AUTO GARAGE
ABOUT OCTOBER 10
U en
301
Ql
o Elkay's Compound Syrup
OF WHITE PINE AND TAR
50c. and 25c. the botllc. Sold with a guarantee
to give satisfaction or jour money back.
Krausc's Candies are made under ideal conditions
and are clean. . I'or sale at
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PLAZi? PHARMACY
TIIK ItKWI.L HTOUK
BANK BU'LOING PhONE 100 ST. HELENS, OREGON
Ol 101 IQ
FRUIT GROWERS MEETING
On Docember 2, 3 and 4 tho
Twentynlnth annual meeting of the
Oregon 8tato Horticultural Society
will be hold at Medford. A program
of great interest has been prepared
for the event and fruit growers from
all the northwest states will bo In
attendance. It Is expected by tho
officers that this meeting will bo tho
best ever held In the history of tho
organization.
EXPENSE BUDGET FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2
n
maintenance tor the Year.
Auto Troubles
respond quickly and inexpensively to our treatment
If your car rattles, or docs not run smoothly, or jars,
or makes too much noise, IT IS TIME TO BRING
IT TO US if you want it to last. A dollar or W
spent on that car today may save you ten tomorrow,
and that is an INDISPUTABLE FACT.
Gasoline 16 Cent. Marine Engine Repairing-
CITY GARAGE
St. Hi-xens.
Outstanding Warrants, June 18, 1914, D'st. No.
Amt. paid on face of Warrants
Outstanding Wai rants, Dist. No. 39
Warrants drawn since Juno 20, 1914
.$ 3,092.97
. 2,237.70
. 1,258.88
. 5,048.20
Amt."
Total
paid on faco of Warrants !!!!!.'.'.'!!! .' . 223
$10,29.r2
37.70
Outstanding Warrants
Steam heat for bal. of year
Telephone Rental for 6 months
Water Rental for 6 months . . .
Light for 10 months
Teachor's Salary for 7 months.
Janitor Work for 7 months . .
Clerk's Salary for 7 months . .
Incidentals for 7 months .....
8,061.82
112.50
9.00
90.00
10.00
7,595.00
455.00
56.00
660.00
Amount of Indebtedness and expense for school year .$10,040.92
CHILDREN'S COATS
Mackinaws
FOR IADIE3 AND MEN
Caps and New Clothes
H. MORGUS & SON
"QUALITY, QUANTITY, PRICE." '

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