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prison flax plant
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HMI Mm Ar : I ' '' Work
nf Mllllnu
Willi 111" II" l'l' '""I prUon
!m-hi"l ruiinlMK t f"" I'l""' tlm empty
KIV,. uy lo dm nil mi or iiiuiiHiry,
ml miiiiixTciui mix. nun I'li'inmiiary
iliiiiilliiii ant Ix'li'K turiH'il out under
Ihii huihtvIkIoii of HupnrliilriitlKiit
mly iiikI Principal I' milk Davcy.
rcMM'rllvriy.
Tin. three irliirliiil operation of
uri'UiirinK H'" f,ir "B" ,H l'liiK
dirrli'il il ''X "liout u liiiiulre.l mini
In I hi' Hit x mill. 'I'll" tin x Ih broken,
mi-ii t ) i i) iiikI liucklcd, tlioii IioiiiiiI
lulu liiiinll' it- 'I'll" breaker idiihInI
l Hirrnli'il roller Hint liri'nk tint
woinly nnverliiK rroui Hi" fl it x nil II
Ih fill I'll" iiiiu'liliii-M liy onn mini
to I'tirh murium'; .u.ninr urouHH ii.e
IiuihIIch niol Hi'imniti'H I hem for tln
r ir. Aiiutlier mil n taken ti.n ilm
n.i It ciuiies rroin tint lireuker ami
wil.ro whirl, revolvo tt Hlmfl
l.inr,B ,)f ,rok,m
liold
"""'"I wkn I v. whirl, Hra p., il,
ST. HELENS MIST. FRinAV APRIL 28, 1916
LIST OF TRANSFERS.
to pul out thB quantity of flnlHlmU
Max that woul.1 reHult from experi
enced fre UUir. However. tl. .......
Woody
"'" IWlHhMl ,! ,m '., ' ,""'"K tU"KUt ""ir eW dUt1"" !
buckler. Th hacklex connlKt f ' """" '
Iiuk. , ,,,, roiii Iih ,,,,, , , 'lrmi 10 ""0. the plant will
I. ...t miiel, tho , , " ' "l ,,', B"l,rn r "" P''I"H to
'-"l'H t ,,,-r l I """""l r'"Urn tt ,"""l0' I""'" to the Btate.
"x free from .r.Kll.J '" , " ' 1 V'r""r. well a ope.,,l,.K up a new
llHWIIll.l.Hl Im., .,,,, j ,npl I Ul"y'
In diameter and Ihe rail ,.,,Kt, of the I "Ul" of r"K"" Saturday reap-
Ill' uml In thU Hlmp,, re,y for i T "'" ,lr8t ,,ro,U ,r," llux-Krow-Hal"
to il,n ; ni, , other fc I ,", UX1",r"",','l wl"-'n contrail
torlen that mako line., pro.l,.H Tlml ? ('""fur"111 (:otton Mlll of
mux that Ih w.parat.id l.v t . 10 "ivr two car
""" frt"" ' Irt uuallly (r ,H
ItH ..He, Uh tow. twl,,, nl , Hh(irl
tui.Kl". ref.iH., Ih l.ul.-.t fr upholHt0r
Iiik fiirnllur".
It will I,., i)t(., i,llK ovor
th Hainplea of llax now r.'iidy for
Bill", that tin. moHt fvi.a colored and
lii-Ht cured (lax Ih tint Ho-ralled "rot
It'll" llax that uroUHitl wlileitprfud
comment Ihhi uit.ti.r .... ..
I " " " Wl'"r" tl I"'!., ll..t.T.l.. II,. r "
ri'iti'li.'.l i n" m.'u wi.rRinn ill ill"
M-titrhliiK mnrhltii'H.
The Ki'.it.'hlnK Illlit'lil.it'H ciinnlMt of
four dull knives Mhnped Ilk" a cavalry
loads of flax fllmr unit llux tow to
that company for a auiu not lea than
K400.
1'iidttr tho tcrniH of tho contract,
tint California iiiIIIh aKro to pay a
Krt-atur price If the market advances
In tho near future. Tho Btuto will
Bhlp tho product hy May 11. The
California IiiIIIh huve agreed to take
tint Htato'B entire crop of flbro and
tow if the Hoard of Control will eminent.
Aiioui mo men are employed In
tl " Pl..t an.) not out, of them lr. Kt.lo-H ll,.ve Ur,,,, cures
... a mux plant l,efur, h.taveH. l'rlct, $1; fr :il by 0,
uml an a r.'itult Mr Cady Ih not ablo driiKKlHtH.
Slmlrlmker 4-llorM'M.rr 4-C) llinler 7-raHiMiiKT, IIH..(M
50..rMMnrr ylimler, $llN,t.txi
There Ih .1 tniiiml veni'HH, a miliBtan ll.illty and illuullleil beauty and elep
KlveH, miKKeHtli.K clearly Iti icrt'iit power. Btamluu, endurance and Bplend Id coi.Btruction.
l H. lt'HI'AIN, Inal An".
Iteported by Columbia County Ab
stract Company.
March 11 Milton Smith to C. G.
Thayer; land In S. 22 and 27, T. 7
N., K. 2 W., 11000.00.
Herman Kamma et ux to Edward
0. K. WIhI, Jr.; land In S. 1, T. 3 N.,
S. B, T. 3 N., It. 1 W.; 8. 31, T. N.,
It. 1 VV.; H. 36, T. 4 N., U. 2 W.,
$1.00.
March 1 .'!- Jobiin Olal OlHen to
John II. Johi.Hon; land In S. 3 and
4, T. 7 N., It. & VV., $500.00.
Olo Ji'iihi.ti to John JoI.iihoii; und.
'4 lt. lot 7G, Midland Drainacn
Dliitrlct, $10.00.
March 14 Juno VV. Muir to C. A.
llurckhar.lt; hIiooUiik rlnht In IuiiiIk
In 8. 27, 28, 31 and 32, T. 4 N., K.
1 VV., $1.00.
Kdlth H. Morrill et ux to M. W.
Markham; lot 0, block 2, Merrlll'H
Addu. to ClatHkanle, $250.00.
Klla J. Clinton to Virgil L. Pow
ell; lotH 9, 10, 11 and 12. in block
1, Kirnt Addn. to Vernoi.la, $20.00.
March 17 Clinton VV. 1'urnoiiH ft
ux to ChurloB JohiiHon; lots 10 and
11, block 72, St. Helena, $10.00.
Columbia County Real Kstato Co.
to I'eter J. Haiiueii et ux; lota 21, 22,
and part of lot 20, block !)fi, St. Hel
eiiM, $532.00.
rrltz Faltlnat to W. A. Cannon;
SK't of NKV4 S. 30, T. 5 N., U. 5
w., $1.00.
March 18 Mary I.ni'Kon et ux to
NoIh MuUboii; part of lot 4, S. 31, T.
7 N., It. 3 W., $1.00.
Nels MaltHon et nx to lliM.son Tim
ber Co.; part of lot 4, S. 31, T. 7 N.,
K. 3 W., $10.00.
Nels MattHon et ux to Clatskaniu
& Nehalem It. II. Co.; right of way
over lot 4, S. 31, T. 7 N., It. 3 VV.,
$10.00.
Charles A. Ilurckhardt et ux to
John II. llurgaid; shooting right on
lamia In S. 27, 28, 33 and 34, T. 4
N., It. 1 VV., $1.00.
Clinton W. l'arsons to Mrs. Mario
Cram; lot 13, block 92, St. Helens,
$10.00.
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Protect Yourself
Against Illness!
n fcpwU
You may be enjoying the bet of health today. There may come
liege of illneu. ARE YOU PREPARED FOR III
Doctor's bills and enforced idleneu are ezpeniive. When 70a hare
bank account you are prepared to combat illncn.
Can you conceive of anything more tragic- than' a long period ef illneu
without any fundi!
Therefore, if You Haven't a Bank
Account, Start One Today
The Columbia County Bank
St, Helens, Ore.
OLDEST IN THE COUNTY
O. A. ERICKSON
HEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Spring Time is Painting Time. We have a full line of
the best paints.
Farming Implements, Crockery, Dry Goods, Shoes.
A complete stock of Groceries.
Schillings and Golden West Coffee. None Better.
OSCAR ERICKSON WARREN, OREGON
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THE CAR OF COMFORT
I.KJHT, ll It Altl.lC, KCOXOMICAIi
"'iiiNTi. it. tuirr
I'liono B7
iin v..tuui,:vci:il TOl llu, iimi.
n-l'AHHMNtJIOIl MOIMOli 8J, $7rt.
Pay iin you Hile i'niy trmn
HENRY McCOY, AGENT
HOW ABOUT THE
STRAND? IS QUERY
What Is the new council Koing to
do about tho Strand that tho Su
premo Court in its usual practice of
KiviiiK away the public property, put
outsldu the city limits?
Aro they going to annex it to the
city or leave it to receive all the ben
ellta of tho city and still bo outside
of any control of its buildings or
sidewalks, which already aro a dis
grace? According to the court decis
ion they don't even need to pay the
city taxes, as they decided it never
was included In tho city grant.
That the property has never paid
a cent on tho street Improvement
which has already been done on that
stroet. Tho part that they ought to
have paid being taken out of the
general fund. It Is high time for the
council to get awake on that prob
lem. Our city also proves tho truth of
tho old adago, that tho shoemaker's
wife and the blacksmith's mare have
always tho worst shoes.
Wo send the best paving material
to Portland and have tho worst
streots at homo. There is no other
city of the size of St. Helens where
you could find such a street ns there
Is on Columbia street from tho mill
to Wlllaiiiotte street. Crossing Co
lumbia bar In a storm Is nothing to
tho ups and downs you will flml
there. Why not pave 20 or 24 feet
wide In tho center with our native
stono blocks and have concrete or
bltullthlc pavement on the sides.
Such a streot will last a lifetime, as
heavy traffic would always prefer the
stone and light traffic would go on
tho sides In dry weather, and on tho
center when tho sides wero slippery
with wot.
The council might stnrt by paving
tho center of the streot from tho
Mucklo building to the M. E. church
and tho Bides from the Mucklo build
ing to tho postofflce, and tho two
corners at tho school house and tho
Laws corner with blocks.
The ursMliIng tho council would
need to do "is to framo an ordinance
to assoss tho area benefitted, as
such an Improvement should not bo
confined to adjacent lots only. Hut
at least a block on each side should
bo assnssod pro rata to benofttB the
proporty derives from tho Improve
ment. Now, I don't write this In the
spirit of tho chronic kicker. Hut
great things are looked for from the
present council and if they don t
conio, wo will euro uso our preroga
tive and kick hard.
CITIZKN.
A. L. Robenolt
Kxpert Horse Hhoer, Itlai ksmilli
HriiiK your work to me und le
liNiirnl of Mitisr.irtory mtvIip
at IteiiMinalilc Prices
A. L. Robenolt
WKHT ST. lli:i. i:S, ()Ki:(i()
NOT1CK
All outstanding county warrants
are callod, and interest stops on
sanm on and after April 29, 1916.
II. 8. HATTAN, Co. Treasurer.
STEAMER EFIN
(Habbidgo & Holt, Owners)
POin l,.l, ST. IIKI.K.NS, ASTOUIA
(eueral freighting. Weekly service.
Kxplosives a specialty. Leaves every
Tuesday ut 12 o'clock noon.
OAK STKKKT DOCK
Phono: Main 2900
St. Helens Landing, Sheldon Dock
Beautiful Silver
la always appropriate for Wedding
Gifts. Hlrthdny Presents, etc. No
where can you find so extensive or
so attractive a display of exquisite
Tablo Silver as hero. Ilonbon Dishes,
Forks, Spoons, Servers, Ladles, etc.
Cut Glass and Clocks. Gold and
Gold Filled Jewelry. Jewelry and
Watch Hepnlrlng a Specialty.
VOX A. (iltAY, The Jeweler.
1MB
iSmMB-M MACHINES
MODELS OF PERFECTION.
PERFECTLY
SIMPLE
SIMPLY
PERFECT.
tfoodli'11. Oil, R.-lts and nil kinds of PowinR
Muchiuu supplies, ltc pairing a specialty.
' NKW HOMK VSKHS
A It 10 (JUAMTY UIOO.SKltS
I''or Sale by
SIIAKKF & DVIUVKK
ll Morrison St., Poitliuul, Ore.
Til 10 MOW HOMK S10W1XU MA
(TIIXK CO.
Kan Francisco, Oil.
G, STAMPOLES
EXPERT SHOEMAKER
All Work Strictly l list-Class
Next to CJeorire's Market
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Net Contents IS Tlnid DractH
CASTORIJ
Prnini.loli;L(sliQD.CllCCrflll-
licssmidlfesl.Containsattto
OpiunuMorphine mmm.
WOT JNAKCHli
Tumpkm .we-
AlxSrma
JMtltr.WtS-
mm sl
turimt-ViT"!'
Worms, rewnshnosant
lOSSOFblEEB
racSiiiulcSignatarcof
TheCsstacrCompaw:
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know IM
Genuine Castoria
Always
Bears the
Signature.
of
1 ' YJ
In
Uso
For Over
Thirty Years
r 111 it Allien. -
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
THE CtHTAUN COMPAHV, NEW TOUR CITI.
II. I.. MOMSII
H. E. PENCE
PURE FOOD BAKERY
nil.L DEUVEIt IIHIOAII HOT 1UOMTIII0 OVEN TO YOU
mm OF ALL KINDS AND FANCY CAKES A SPECIALTY
WKHT ST. HELENS, OKKGON
Ask for Pure Food Ilrend at the IadinR Grocers:
A. T. hil.lan, Perry & Uralmni, A. S. Harrison, Williams &
Hull Co., Italian Importing Co., Oscar Erickon, Warren,
Ore., Ilrca.l and Pastry, Central Confectionery, W. H. Brower,
Prop.
qt ufi riMC nor
1 ft lILtLOrfllkr)
Italian Importing Company
GROCERIES, LOGGER'S SUPPLIES
IMPORTED OLIVE OIL, CHEESE, ETC.
litEE DEMVEHY
PHONE 40
WATER GLASS
The Egg Preservative
Lime & Sulphur Spray
AT:
DEMING'S DRUG STORE
DO YOU want to be convinced that we have the
BijjRcst Hardware Values in the market? That we
have what vou want right now? That's what we
want to do. and if vou need PAINT, OILS, SASH,
DOORS, BUILDING TAPER or WALL PAPER,
let us figure with you.
MUCKLE HARDWARE CO.
ST. HELENS, OREGON
EUROPEAN PLAN AMERICAN PLAN
EVERYTHING MODERN AT THE
ST. HELENS HOTEL
J. GEORGE, Proprietor ALL BUSSES CALL AT HOTEL
RATES $1.00 AND UP
SPECIAL RATES TO REGULAR BOARDERS
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