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ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, MAY 19. 1916
8. I & 8. TIME TABLE.
South Bound.
Rainier Local 8:00a.m.
11:03 a. m.
3:27 p. m.
8:43 p. m.
North Bound.
Rainier Local 9:09 a.m.
1:33 p. m.
6:18 p. m.
7:06 p. m.
COURT PROCEEDINGS
(Continued from last week)
for the 8th day of April, 1916, and
for the said 22nd day of April, 1916;
Now, on this 4th day of May, 1916,
the Court being fully advised, It la
ordered by the Court that the follow
ing named proposals be, and the same
are hereby accepted, viz:
R. A. I.illich Road:
Proposal of P. E. Lovegren as modi
fied to include from Sta. 0 to Sta
18 of preliminary, survey, for the
sum of 12,000.00.
Lower Xelialem Road:
Proposal of E. A. Gessell, us modi
fled, excluding cattleguard, for the
sum of $2,700.
t'pper Xelialem Road
in Sec. 22, 23 and 27, 4,-5.
Proposal of B. P. Lane, D. W. Tyler
and W. T. Braun, as modified to ex
. elude rip rap, for the sum of
$1604.72.
Vier Xelialem Road,
from Sta. 96 to Sta. 119 x 45.2.
Proposal of H. A. Wilson, for the sum
of $490.00.
E. J. Lindners Road
from Sta. 0 x 00 to Sta. 29, and from
Sta. 40 x 38 to Sta. 44 x 54.
Proposal of M. Doran, submitted in
lieu of indefinite proposal heretofore
submitted, for the sum of $2,285.00.
It is further ordered by the Court
that contracts for the faithful per
formance of said work, be entered
into with said bidders.
It is further ordered by the Court
that all other proposals heretofore
continued, be, and the same hereby
are, rejected.
On this day, claims against the
county as heretofore filed with the
County Clerk, were examined by the
Court, and allowed in the various
sums as carried out by the Court on
the face of said claims, being as fol
lows: General Fund.
Jurors.
S. C. Morton, $2.00; J. T. Taber,
$2.00; E. B. Woods, $2.00; S. R.
Sonneland, $2.00; J. W. Rice,
$24.60; J. W. Morgan, $24.60; H.
T. Bennett, $22.00; Gustave Lange,
$17.20; C. L. Larson, $22.00; A.
Chelberg, $22.00; L. E. Gulker,
$24.60; A. W. Atkins, $26.60; D.
W. Richardson, $9.00; J. C. Kelley,
$9.00; C. W. Johnson, $9.00; A. T.
Laws, $9.00; Elmer Blackburn,
$9.00; Alex Philip, $2.00; W. W.
Blakcsley, $2.00;
Grand Jurors.
F. W. Boesel, $7.00; John Farr,
$7.00; Martin Kauffman, $8.00; Ed
ward Eilertson, $13.40; Jacob Ham
mer, $7.40; Bert Edmonds, $12.00;
Aaron Glsselberg, $16.00;
Witness Before Grand Jury.
F. L. Gordon, $9.20; Fred White,
$8.00; Florence White, $8.00; J. T.
Woodward, $2.00; Alice Woodward,
$2.00; M. F. Marston, $9.20; Fred
Biggs, $9.20;
Road Sujiervisor.
No. 1, J. D. McKay, $59.50; No.
2, Elton Felton, $87.60; No. 3, B. J.
Kcelan, $80.60; No. 4, It. N. Love
luce, $64.75; No. 6, F. A. Buruham,
$S5.76; No. 6, E. T. Wallace, $10.60;
No. 7, T. B. Mills, $84.00.
C. O. Howe, work for roadniaster,
$80.00; Fred Mr.un, surveying, $2.60;
T. J. Flippen, same, $2.60; J. W.
Rice, same, $2.50; H. E. Abry,
supplies for roadniaster, $12.45;
H. E. Abry, supplies for
roadniaster, $8.25; Mucklo Hard
ware Co., same, $5.70; J. C.
Kelley, same, $15.00; Kilham Sta. &
Printing Co., samo, $33.15; G. E.
Farnsworth, surveying, and expenses,
$126.60; Ed Sesseman, surveying,
$2.60; V. Vinjo, samo, $46.25; Cecil
Lane, same, $31.25; Lee Osburne,
3ame, $15.00; J. O. Libel, supplies to
surveyors, $2.25; Cl".tskanlo Livery
Co., auto io surveyors, $2.00; L. O.
Vandias, same, $20.00; H. J. Dun
can, samo, $7.10; Geo. B. Conyers,
surv3ing, $5.00; Fred Mann, same,
$2.50; Jesso Bryant, same, $2.60;
L. J. Van Orshovcn, unmo, $63.67;
L. J. Van Orshoven, samo, $16.60;
H. G. Smith, samo. $99.29; H. G.
Smith, same, $24.85; W. W. Dil
lavd, same, $31.50; John Rice, same,
$3.75; T. J. Flippen, jr., samo,
$36.10; Edgar Mucklo, same, $1.25;
Harry Richardson, same, $17.10;
Andy Erickson, same, $4.00; Floyd
Bui-rls, $41.75; Record Publishing
Co., call for bids. $9.40; Clatskanie
Chief, came, $4.80; State Printing
Co., bridgo plans, $17.52; Gladys L.
Ashby, election listo, $13.75; G. W.
Barns, register voters, $4.70; Geo.
G. Conyer3, same, $32.10; W. L.
Hall, same, $17.00; F. W. Herman,
same, $28.20; A. B. Lake, same,
$6.30; Eunice McCallister, same,
$1.70; E. D. Tichenor, same,
$7.60; T. C. Watts, sane,
$5.60; T. S. White, same,
$3.40; Bessie Rattan, work for
Clerk, $56.25; Bushong & Co., sup
plies for Clerk, $35.80; A. F. Har
nett, postage and cxpressage, $20.00;
H. C. Wood, Deputy Assessor, $68.75;
Gladys L. Ashby, work for Assessor,
$12.60; C. W. Blakesloy, Assessor's
expense, $11.55; M. Whi.a, same,
$16.35; H. C. Wood, samo, $43.85;
C. W. Blnkesloy, postage, $10.00;
St. Helens Mist, tax rolls, $121.25;
Gertrude- Phillips, work for Sheriff,
$66.85; Jas. Huit, same, $58.75;
Laura Barber, sr.mo, $47 75; Effio
Brev.n, same, $47.50; F. L. Gordon,
3ame, $9.30; W. E. CIr.rk, samo,
$6.00; Jamos Jcss3o, same, $4.00;
E. C. Stanwoou, Sheriff's expense,
$46.95; Chas. Brown, same,
$8.60; Chas. Brown, postage,
$32.00; H. W. Cade, launch for Sher
iff, $3.50; Mrs. L. Lowe, team for
Sheriff, $3.50; U. S. D'Spain, auto
for Sheriff, $32.75; Independent
Auto Co., same, $2.37; J. F. Johnson,
same, $5.40; Kilham Sta. & Printing
Co., supplies for Sheriff, $11.67;
National Security Co., bond for Sher
iff, $80.00; Jas. Hunt, work for
Treasurer, $7.60; Columbia Herald,
notices to:- Treasurer, $1.60; St.
Helens Mist, same, $.30; Clatskanie
Chief, same, $.80; St. Helens Mist,
call for bids, $1.30; St. Holcns Tele
phono Co., telephones, $24.30; Plaza
Pharmacy, supplies, $6.80; A. G.
long, supplies to janitor, $3.00; F. A.
Ellis, check writer, $25.85; Cres
cent Chemical Co., supplies to jani
tor, $8.25; R. Constantin, same,
$1.10; St. Helens Laundry, $1.10;
St. Helens Light & Power Co., light
for April, $12.30; Bushong & Co.,
supplies to Dist. Att'y, $1.91; Jacob
Georgo board of jurors, $5.25; A.
L. Clark, expense Co. Judge, $12.20;
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flORGUS & SON
PIONEER MERCHANTS
NEW LINE OF SPRING GOODS
UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY AND GLOVES
Men's Furnishings, the kind that gives satisfactory
service.
HEADQUARTERS
For the best shoes and the best assortment.
PRICES RIGHT
1QI 1QZ
GOODS THE BEST M
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no
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
t ST. HELENS BRAND
A HOME PRODUCT
T CANNED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES, PICKLES, HEED PO-
TATOES, BEANS, CORN AND FERTILIZER. WE ARE READY
TO CONTRACT FOR BEANS. ABOUT SO ACRES DESIRED.
NOW ON HAND
NOTICE TO BEAN RAISERS
Columbia River Canning and Produce Co. Is now ready to
make contracts for bean raining. We need almut 00 acres of
Kentucky Wonder Beans.
Call at the cannery and get a contract.
ALL KINDS OF VEGETABLE PLANTS FOR SALE
I COLUMBIA RIVER CANNING AND PRODUCE COMPANY
Madeline Allen, work for Co. Judge,
$50.00; Judson Weed, Commissioner,
$67.00; A. E. Harvey, Commissioner,
$81.97; Kuir.ler Kovtow, supplies
and printing, $113.25; St. Helens
Mist, same, $66 80; John Philips,
Justice, State vs. Tomliiu-oii. $2.45
Stato vs. Werstoon, $2.85 State
vs. Brix ct al, $7.75; State
vs. Delaney, $2.85; J. l.
Campbell, Constablo No. 3, $6.00;
T. S. White, Coroner's exam.. Lane,
$15.70, St. Helens Mist, supplies to
School Sup't, $3.60; Columbia Herald
same, $4.76; J. W. Allen, expense,
$26.00; J. W. Allen, postage $11.40;
Clark Grant, Fruit Inspector, $49.10;
C. F. Fowler, birth registrar, $.75:
Jas. Jesseo, same, $5.60; J. L. Wood
on, same, $5.00; L. O. Vadnais, aino,
$1.50; I. Sponcer, samo, $1.00; C. L.
Hatfield, same, $2.00; J. L. Wooden,
same, $2.25; St. Vincent's Hospital,
caro Stanton, $76.00; C. L. Hatfield,
caro Barnett, $23.75; L. G. Boss,
care of Martin, $14.00; P. W. Har
rison, same, $6.00; W. L. Hall, sup
plies to Euneberg, $10.00; G. W.
Johnson & Co., Supplies to Martin,
$22.15; E. A. Koss, supplies to liny,
$9.25; C. E. Wade, caro Hoy, $2.50;
C. E. Wr.do, caro Stouo, $5.00; J.
W. McDonald, supplies to prisoners,
$1.90; Jacob Georso, board of prison
ers, $1.76; F. P. Phillips, sealer of
W. & M., $22.19.
Road District No. I.
Chas. E. Wikstrom, $8.00; J. It.
Duncan, $5.00; O. D. Garrison. $9.37;
G. H. Siercks, $12.50; Otto Slerlck.
$3.75; John Kostrba, $10.63; G. It.
Siercke, $7.60; E. Haugerud, $20.00;
A. Hauge:-ud, $30.00; N. H. McKay.
$2.75; Multnomah County, $33.00.
itoqj District No. 2.
A. E. Rood, $101.00; H. J. Ander
son, $72.75; T. N. Nichols, $75.00;
Kay Harford, $60.00; M. Held, $8.75;
F. Jones, $62.50; J. U. Hansen,
$62.60; 11. Hooper. 7.60; Alex Philip,
$7.00; P. Falton, $61.25; E. Leonard,
$82.25; Bus Hegelo, $60.00; It. 1).
Johnston, $66.25; J. P. Lowo,
$21.25; E. Lofstrand. $3.75; C. Mor
ris, $17.60; D. Held, $13.76; J. Mc
Queen, $3.75; C. E. Winchol, $7.60;
G. C. Robey, $20.00; H. Clayton,
$20.00; Z. Lomont, $13.75; I. Tuck
er, $10.00; J. H. Urie, $11.26; V.
D. Johnson, $30.00; J. Rhymer.
$22.50; T. Alleman, $5.00; Wm. tior
tler, $17.50; Frank Villa, $72.75;
J. Woodward, $60.00; A. I'opejoy,
$62.60; Z. Lemont, $40.00; J. Rhy
mer, 35.65; Tom Alleman, $17.60;
J. Owens, $45.66; Chas. Smith,
$5.00; T. Hansen, $77.60; I. Tucker,
$35.00; J. L. Chlttim, $13.75; G. C.
Hoboy, $25.00; T. Berg, $14.40; W.
E. Barnes, $7.50; Gus Ilegelu,
$15.00; N. Woodard, $2.50; P. II.
Veazic, $50.00; H. Woodard, $3.75;
M. Held, $15.00; H. J. Southard.
$2.00; A. Van Dolah, $17.60; Cali
fornia Trojan Powder Company,
$164.00; F. Wllkins, $175.20; Hod
son Feenaughty Co., $67.43; Howard-Cooper
Cor., $32.93; Howard
Cooper Cor., $41.43; Contractor's
i Equipment Co., $71.55; St. Helens
! Lumber Co., $25.65; St. Helens Wa
! tor Com., $8.00; SI Nadoau, $6.50;
L. Wattore, $20.00; R. It. Weeden,
j$6.00; Standard Oil Co., $35.25; V.
C. Morloy, $4.00; It. Constantin,
I $2.25; Mucklo Hdw. Co., $53.14;
'Perry & Graham, $5.95; Jas. H.
Sheldon, $90.66; California Trojan
: Powder Co., $19.66; Hodson-Kce-
naughty Co., $24.65; A. L. Robe-
noldt, $8.45; P. E. Brockway et al.,
$267.38; W. A. Levi, $21.64; How
: ard-Cooper Cor. $26.60;
Road Dlst. No. .1.
Fred Laube, $65.00; B. F. Lee,
$15.00; G. Lahtl, $25.00; G. Seldel,
$26.87; W. M. Brown, $12.00; Gust
Johnson, $10.00; G. W. Jordan,
$15.00; G. W. Cooper, $14.07; F.
Welter, $18.75; N. D. Welter, $2.82;
R. Welter, $2.82; L. H. Combs,
$2.82; L. Archibald, $7.50; Geo.
Hammer, $21.25; J. W. Hanes, $3.75;
D. C. Smith, $15.00; P. Horgren,
$61.38; Hodson-Feenaughty Co.,
$19.83; F. ZImmerdaul, $3.00; St.
Helens Lbr. Co., $64.00; N. D. Wel
ter, $20.00; Hodson-Feenaughty Co.,
$215.93; Muckle Hdw. Co., $1.55;
Clatskanie Livery Co., $2.00; John
Keating, .$2002.80; West Oregon
Lumber Co., $50.68;
Road Dist. No. 4.
W. D. Lovelace, $31.25; Arlie Mor
ton, $5.00; H. Ruckor, $5.00; R.
Yount, $8.00; C. Larson, $42.60; H.
Richardson, $2.60; Wm. Dwyer,
$12.60; Thos. Morris, Sr., $15.00;
D. Parcher, $15.00; Clifford Gamble,
$20.00; Lester Holmes, $25.00; W.
R. Holmes, $28.12; Lester Holmes,
$7.50; Eino Olson, $16.00; Geo. Bee,
$8.75; C. II. Chamberlain, $15.00;
H. Heimo, $7.60; Wm. Roberts,
$2.60; G. E. Davidson, $3.76; S.
Kaspar, $1.25; E. Woods, $5.00; A.
Pelto, $30.00; Carleton Lewis,
$494.00; Hodson-Feenaughty Co.,
$9.61; F. Trow, $12.85; F. W.
Herman, $1.00; J. V. Wilson, $28.75;
F. H. Reynolds, $1.00;
Roud Dlst, No. R.
Bert Pratt, $30.00; J. Flckel
$61.26; Chas. Cook, $47.60; W. H
Austin, $50.00; C. F. Washburn,
$20.00; J. L. Dearlng, $48.75; J.
T. Koaten, $57.60; Wm. Dixon,
$52.60; Dan Dixon, $8.75;' E. 8
iraig, 160. uu; John Coti, $37.50;
Even Johnson, $15.00; Andrew
Erickson, $12.50; M. E. Erickson,
$16.00; Albert Erickson, $10.00; R.
H. Williams, $23.15; J. W. Bryant
$17.50; W. N. Howlott, $2.50; W
Payne, $2.60; J. II. Balrd, $30.00;
G. P. Hiatt, $18.00; O. P. Hlatt
$26.26; Bert Pratt, $20.00; H. Ball
horn, $17.60; M. A. Fogel, $7.60;
H. Knighton, $15.00; Warren Van,
$62.60; W. Eilertson, $65.00; J H
Balrd, $5.00; W. E. Van, $10.00; A.
Laurl, $1.26; E. L. Anderson, $20.00;
Warren Van, $7.00; Ben JohnBon.
$16.00; Wm. Rose, $7.60; E. L
Anderson, $10.00; A. Northy, $4 60
Bon Johnson, $15.60; Wm. Rose
$3.60; J. L. Dearlng, $2.50; Paul
Salmi, $50.00; Henry Olson, $170.00
California Trojan Powder Co.,
$251.16; Hodson-Feenaughty Cn
$70.28; H. McKiel, $15.65; F A
Burnhnm, $3.99; Howard-Cooper
Cor., $26.60; H. Doerr, $3.60; Clats
kanie Mercantile Co., $26 95- n
Stratton, $26.00; Union Oil Co '
$6.45; California Trojan Powder Co"
$34.68; R. A. Scssnian, $10.00- a"
Wallace, $10.00; J. Nelson, $1 26- p'
Hill. $1.82; F. Hill, $1.26; E. n'ucll
dlman, $ .62; J. Marttala, $12 E0
Edlln Peterson, $3.12; M. O. Olson'
$6.26; A. Peterson, $5.00; A. Jolml
son, $25.00; V- W. Wilson. $-'.00;
Bond Dlst. No. 7.
E. B. North. H ; A. 1.
Ine $2100; V. Chrlslenson, $:'J..I;
T. R. Throop, $.1:1.50; II. ChrMo"
uen, $5.00; U. Cliilntcns-n. l-t.M. ;
ti H. Mills. $40 00; L. """-K.
$15.00; A. V. Mow... KT.OO; (.eo
Trageier. $13. 75; M. J- J"'"'. 10 -('
H. John. $7.M); O. Slodoluiun.
$1 25- F Leslie. $2. 50; C. Smith,
$14.37; J. Smith. $14.37; 11. C.
Stanton, $14.37; John Kdeiis, $I-' 'B.
O. E. Dent, $6.25; It. Mills.
$"0 00; It. I-. Spencer, $2.50; Mull
Mesalng, $12. SO; N. J. Parker.
$11.25; Win. Baker. $l.".2; lv
Sesseman. $9 00; II. C. Clark.
$11.25; Tims. IVttlJoliu, $l.M;
C. Eiohmun, $4.37; J. Heed. $3.12:
llert Wood, $5 00; V. S. MellliiKer.
$6 00: P. O. Mellinger, $12.50; lieo.
Trugoser. $7.50; Hen Smith. $3.75;
Kriek Krlckson. $7.50; II. F. Lane.
$10.00; Hod.sim-KeeniiUKlity Co.,
$ti0.S: California Trojan Powder
Co . $206.20; California Trojan Pow
der Co., $;l77.:il; H. L. Spencer.
$42. S7; John Watson. $19.60; W. I..
Hull, $22.21; C. W. .Mellluger,
$13. 58; J. M. Hay, $10. 3S.
(Jen. Itond I niul.
K. Lofstrand, $49.67; Olof Oleen,
$48.75; J. H. Ilunwoedy, $5 00; L.
K. Allen, $50.62; H. Clayton, $5.00;
E. E. 1'orhntu, $21.25; J. E. Heeler.
$23.75: W. 11. Faxon, $31.25; N.
D. Mcl'alluni, $51.00; C. Lauder
back. $10.00; J. W. Akin. $s7.50;
J. M.Queen. $26.26; H. Graves,
$17.50; ('has. Olson, $7.60; ("has.
Smith, $5.00; J. Itymer, $7.50; E
Cram, $54. U7; Jack Cooper, $17.60;
Win. Drew, $45.91; O. E. Wlnchel,
$5.00; P. II. Veazle. $9 50; John
Prinze, $33.12: G. II l.emont.
$1.87; George Lawrence, $7.50; II.
Lewis, $271.00; Geo. II. I.'M.iont,
$75.00; lloclson-l'eenaimhly Co.,
$69.85; H. E. Stratton. $100.00;
Muekle Hardware Co., $23.38.
Friday, May 5, 1916.
On this day the County Headmas
ter presents to the Court his plans!
and specifications for the following j
named road Improvements, viz: - I
In Roud Dlst. No. I.
Rainier-Apiary Head. I
In Road IHst. No. 7, I'pper Nelialein: !
Spec. No. 3, above K. Peterson's'
place. j
Spec. No. 4, at Dale's llluff. i
And the Court being advised In the;
matter. It Is ordered by the Court!
Hint said plans and KpeclfUations be:
approved. J
It Is further ordered by the Cnurti
that call for bids for such Improve-1
ment bo published In two successive!
Insues of the St. Helens Mist, the
Rainier Review am1 the flat! kanle '
Chief, and that such bids he opened
nt 2 o'clock P. M., on the 20th davi
of May, 1916. I
Whereupon Court pdjoiirned until'
Saturday, May 13, 1916. I
LIST OF TRANSFERS
Reported by Columbia Comity Ab-
tract Company.
May 3 Nels Larson et ux. to John
Larson, Lot 7, Hlocli 32, Moo.k Add.
to Ualnlcv. $10 00.
M.i 6 I.oretia Chrlsuian to Ell.a
hetii N.hiIiiiuscu; land In Sec. 31. T.
7 .Y. R. 4 W.. $1.00.
IV.-cv Mellliiner et ux. Io H. I .
,.,,,; : ,,t 7. block 7, In CHy of
eruonla. $20" 00.
It. I'. Lane to W. E. Molllnger;
lot 3. Mock II. Kast Sid" Add. to
oi m nla, $20.00.
l ioreiico Perry et ux. to J. II. K.
Hounie; lots 1 1 and 12. block 7. Ill
Itlanchnr.r Add. to Rainier. $10 00.
J. II. E. Hoiirne to Luther M. Per
iv; lot block IS, Hlancbard'B Add.
in Rainier, $10.00.
J. It. i: Houi-lKi to Luther M. Per
ry; lots 1 and 2, block 2. In Florence
Add. to Rainier, $10 00.
i;. IV 'l'lclienor ei ux. In Gertrude
I'iippin; land In Sec. 8, T. 7 N., R
I V.. $1 Oil.
Cert utile I 'iippin to Robert I'.d
ward I'iippin; land in Sec S. T. 7 N.,
1!. 4 .. i 100.
M.iy ti - George W. Coffin el ux. to
V M Smith; land In Sec 9. T. 5 N.,
R 5 W , $2500.00.
t li.uli" W. Anttel t L. Polite.
! M.d In See. 2S, T. 6 N . K. 5 W..
; on. no.
J A. Unroll et ux to Louisa llazen;
land 111 iVc 24, T. 4 N . It. 2 W..
'I 00.
Louisa llaz.-il to J. A. Ilticoit and
Edlih F. Hacon; land In Sec. 24. T
I N . R. 4 W.. $1 00.
May 8 St. Helens Lumber Co. Io
h.l.ll Doh.I; land In Sec. 4. T. 4 N.,
it. 2 W., $10.00.
May 9 Martin Kaufman to Mel
'loir Tatitilcr et ux, land In Sees. 20,
J'.l, 30 and 31. T. 4 N . It 1 W.
STEAMER EFIN
( HaMililKO A Holt. Owiiernl
PORTLAND. ST. Ill I.LNS. ASTORIA
General freighting. Weekly service
Explosives a specialty. Leaves every
Tuesday at 12 o'clock noon.
OAK STREET IMH'K
Phone: Main 2960
St. Helens Liilldlllg, Sheldon Dork
MAKE YOURi
All A "l
Vuakikrsat
EDDIE WOODS
PLACE
TOOL, BILLIARDS
Hoft DrlnkH, Cigar,, tl
Pliono No, oo
M. HOVEN
Steamer RUTH
SAFE. SPEEDY SERVic
TOWING. JOBBING
TasscriKcr accomodationj J
100
Landing at City Dock
FRANK WILKINS, A
The
American
Express Comparj
lluy, Cmlii,
( HI. k I ced
Shliiuli'M. Itiill(lln M.tnwl
Office on Sheldon !url
Phono No. HO
; On Monday ncllve work will be
J reaumed on the construction of the
, north jetty and nbout 150 men will
he Riven employment. Deliveries of
i rock will be i:iailo to start with at
tho rato of approximately 3000 tons
a (lay, but this will he Increased as
soon as possible. I'nder the terms
r.f the contract, the repairs to the
dredge Chinook are to he completed
so Bho can resume operal Ions In the
channel at the mouth of the river
the first of next month. Astoria
RudKot.
I AM THE ICE MAN
;ooi) in:
REASONABLE I'KII'K F
QUICK DELIVERY
Leslie Walters I
Phone your order to Wntklns f
9
Phone 'M
r
wm- vvt
Be Fair to Your
Wife
Save licr tlic Wash Day
Drudccry. Let us call for
your laundry.
Our work will satisfy you
St. Helens Steam
Laundry
Geo. Wauins, Prop.
A Home Industry
StrAlRALD
Rates between tit,
Helens aud PorV'
laud, 50 cents cue
way, 75 tents for
t lie round trip.
Tickets good until usti
Hunt (yen Si. Helena 7&l.a
Krtutuii'K lrve I'oitlnn.1 1 JOf
Arrive ( St lleltui 4 45 p.i
r LIIOOCHK
ST. HELENS ROUTE
l. WillmIU Stofk
THE PtOFHJ BOAT
STR. AMKRIC
leaves Portland daily - -i:Hl
(Sunday 1:30 d m.)
Arrive St. Ileleim - :I
(Sunday 3:30 D. m l
l.envc St. Helen - :"H
Arrive Portlnnd - 10:11
H. HOLMAN, Al
Make all way lundliiK. w,l"f.,1f
Alder treet. Plioneii: i
A-4204.
i-'HANK WILKINS. 8t Helen Art
STEAMER
GE0RG1ANA
Ix'uvet. Port I
lay, at 7:H) A. M., ,,rrlvliiK t An-
i tjtflu ul I It II ., ,. .
" neiiiiniiK lenvcN
AHtorla at 2:t() p. M., arrivlnK ,lt
Portland :(M) p. M.
PunhIiik Kt. Ilelenn on down trip
nt W:t M. and on return at 7 P. M.
HANSEN & KINGSH01T
BUTCHERS
FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS AND ICE
We Deliver to All Parts of St. Helens and Houlton
Phone 114
West St. Helens, Ore
CENTRAL GROCERY
lU.ACKItl lt KTOKKH, PHOPHIKTOP.S
Dealers in Choice and Fancy Groceries
We handle the "Preferred Stock" line of Canned Goods
'"epeml,,,,,,, I I.M.r," wnvit tll0 ,Mmt w JOW ,,, lirodu
you'nlTl .ZH U?? lmH "f 1,18 ". Olve U . trll wj
inri.';ex ri!,,ry vrvu''-,,,,,,ne or,h lra 1
WHEN YOU HANI) OUT YOHK
MONKY
o sure you get Bood, lumeHt value
" rolurn f,,r " tl.o one thlnK
tlmt wo aim to do hero to hnnd
out genuine dollar for dollar; wc .
on tl.o theory that tl.o c.iHtotner Ik
alwoye right, and you'll l, M right
,v,u u your next nuto aeeenHor
o I'cre. Tl.o service we render ti
second to none in this n.an'n town1
J.d we're making cur con.petltorH ,i;
midnlKlit mental arithmetic trying to1
keep up with the pace we are Rottimr
HT Mini ...... 'h'.
O. A. ERICKSON
TIP AT T., . .
1N GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Spring Time is Painting Time. , We have a full line of
r. tnc best paint3.
"ming Implements, Crockery, Dry Goods, Shoes.
c A complete stock of Groceries.
0!rAiJrn,ondGoldenWt Coffee. None Better.
OSCAR ERICKSON WARREN, OREGON
1
U. 8. D'SPAIN, Prop,
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