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TIDE TABLES FOR MAY, 1916
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ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. MAY 19, 1916
MONEY IN RAIS
(M. II. Kill, II, II In I,' .
n v i -.h':uu iLi;iflHlfr I
,i 9 Tlio ui!Htlun of producliiK more
3.2 I :i)ip rood for Block la a null
3-6 ! J,Jct v'lil,:l" coiifrontB wouM-l,n n
3.8 , (:..:;ful fiirm.,1 u and olockmun In tlil
" part of Iho tountry, whoro tlio cunt
' ' v , ? (,,,., i....t. .
4 , i inuii in uiiiioiii prohibitive). And It
l.l!rtMU with tho pwjuio ;o clloOB0 ))0.
1.4; twooii inorital.lo farmlnK with plenty
1-7 t.f clump fi;cd ( unprofltublo farm-
2 3 ; mi,' for want of It. Tho will and tho
2.0 'il,"'r 'ly uro lucking, for thlH I
Ttila'a miro 1 1" "I y tour l'ur litlwr t HI. Hclnnw."
Cashable Painted Walls
....1.11111 u noon country for root
i:ropB, capoclally for tlioca grown for
fomliiiK mock, and thono afford an
3 3 i auumbiico of cliuup food. Wo ahould
3.3 rahio inoro root crops for fowl, und
oil mora high prlcod hay and grain.
Savo nil tin hatit Btraw and feud with
ouia, uii'ii wuii plenty of onBllugp
11,1,1 Piucllco will tip tho Hcalen on the
profit 8hlo. Hahilng und feeding vego
lahh.':i hi nnicli nioro work than hay
..nd grain, hut tho rosultn, tho profits
liiHte.ul of loi;s, uro In favor of root
rropH, and will go far toward:! put
ting farmers on Ind-.-pondont street,
if not on liaey atrea'..
Whllo wo aiprcclato olln-r vego-l-ilil
wo consider Iho good, depeml
ihlo whllo urtlchoko by far tho bout
id rulso for feeding mock. All kinds
iif Block ur fond of tliom and horses
will leavo their grain for them. Many
.(opln havo no Idua even what nrtl-
hol.ca aro and know nbuolutely noth
ing of their great vuluo us stock food.
I'lolial.ly not ono farmer In fifty
raUo.i nitlchoki's, or oven knowb
much about them. They will stay
In Iho old rut year after year and
feed a few head of stoi k about every
thing they ralKO of i;mall yielding
crops, when they could doublo or
tiuhlo llielr Incoino by raising artl-
-anitarv. I liat vmi could was'i williont iiiinrv.
I tlio lihal rin.ih, It la nanltary. It ran bo duHtml, wiped with a damp
lo'.li, or oven washed with mild o .p and water without Injuring the
Imhh. And It's lucxpi'tiHlvn and on 1) applied - bru ihed on llko ordinary
;ulol. More Information Kt our st :n.
A. S. HARRISON & CO.
Great Roll of
You have often wanted a finish for yuir wall
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111.11 IM'iM'i ii. ill i iiv inn iiiiiui y hi ,lll nil ij.lim, vi'i Willi a SIM - : ,.ar I .. .. .... . .
....... , . ....... .. ,,..hn uiiu ijuuury io lurn
face of Mill, restful, velvet like appenrMu-e. A liuisli that waDiem Inio money.
While the urtlchoko Is beat known
as a superior food for hogB, It Is not
K.'iierully known that It Is also one
uT tho very best foods for poultry.
I'owhi thrlvo on them und require
hut llltlo grain, and hens lay heller.
Wo havo ti-led feeding them to hens
I which wero not laying well und, nl
I though tho weather was very un
favorable they wero soon laying near
ly twlio as many eggs. Thoso who
oaro to ralso poultry for profit would
do well to plant them near tho poul
try run for shado In summer, and
.Am to afford them protection from
hawks, and when tho tubers mature
they should bo lifted from tho ground
. tho fowls require, them, and they
will feed on them until June. Some
liiiics, If thu soil Is mellow, tho poul
try will not wall until tho artichokes
mature lief uro beginning to help
They uro tho most reliable crop wo
..'an riiiuc, und about tho only ono
which does not disappoint In yield.
Last year wo planlod half on aero the
."r.it of May on hard clay land which
has never been enriched und was so
dry wo could only plow n few inches
deep. Wo havo had about ono-thlrd
of tho patch dug and find over 100
bushels tallied. What other crop
could givo larger returns on Buch
Wo havo planted them ns late us
tho 20th of May, but It Is better to
plant them any timo In April. Tho
ground should bo well prepared the
lame us for potatoes, but any good
com or vegetablo lund will ylold big
crops of nrtlchokes If properly cared
for. They should not ho planted on
low land whoro tho water remains
in tlio soil much of tho time in Win
ter, us It will cuuso them to decay.
Hut If anyone wishes to raise them,
and tho four that they might be
iiomewhat difficult to get rid of keeps
them from raising them, they may he
planted In a slough whero tho Winter
rains will dispose of those left In the
ground. Freezing does not hnrm
them, hut Biinshlne soon dries them
up, which goes far to mako It easy
to get rid of them.
They aro easy to dlK In tho fall,
as soon ns tho tops nro entirely dead,
and may then bo storod In bins for
Winter uso. Tho tops mako good
feed food for cnttlo und horses, so the
wholo plant Is edible, and they easily
yield 1000 bushels of tubers per acre.
Thero is a satisfaction In having; an
abundance of nourishing food at hand
which Is not so valuablo that It is
llko feeding monoy.
Thoro Is money In artichokes, and
lack of holp with our farm work Is
all that has prevented us from plant
ing them on a much larger scalo, and
wo wonder there are not more farm
ers raising them, hut It seems that
Ignorance on tho one hand, and preju
dice on the other, has prevontod tholr
holng moro generally planted. And
wo predict that when thoco two bar
riers nro removed a largo porcent of
I farmers nnd poultry men will give
them flrBt place among unpin mm
The prejudice wo refer to Is tho
Idea that they nro hard to got rid of.
Tho red nrtlchokos aro, hut tho white
ones nro vory different. Wo have
grown the mammoth whlto variety
sovon years on our farm, six miles
northwest of EiiReno, nnd so far have
hud no troublo with thorn, although
limy have been plunted in several
different places, and wo have made
no effort to get rid of them. We
doubt If one-fourth of a bushel could
he found whero they wore formerly
I THE MOVIE SCREEN
Somebody says that If Shakespeare
wero living now ho would he writing
motion pleturo scenarios for Colonel
o!lg. News Item.
"Hill" Shakespeare wero he living
now, would write for moving
He'd find "Love's Labor Lost" we
vow In brewing screen plot mix
We'd hav j to get down to hard work
and write ctuff tlmi appeals,
Anu aasli off "Hamlet," or "King
iear, in tnree or rour tense
Hill Shakespo.are, were "Bill"
ing now, might credit on
For comedies are In demand and he'd
dash off a scream!
Hut Guzooks! Odd Hodkins! and
8 death! ho'd find all honors
Screen und poster credit grabbed by
menus or i rancls llacon!
"Hill" Shakespeare, were he living
now, could write strong movie
i nui mined soliloquy or his re
vamped In many ways.
And Othello, that reallBtic Scout,
might r.ny sum command
As "Uncle Tom," In throo strong
parts, hod draw to beat the
"Hill" Shakcspoakc, were "Bill" liv
ing now, would find film critics
When "Bill's" Immortal name ap
peared on movio screens and
Mabel Taliaferro, "soon to be seen
In "Her Great Trice," a sensational
Metro feature production, began her
professional career with Robert Hll
llaid and Jennie Yeamans just 25
years ago in the play "Blue Jeans."
But It must bo remembered that
Mabel was only two and a half years
Scenarios aro In preparation for
the transformation of the Rex Beach
novels Into photoplay features by the
Lubin company. "The Barrier,"
"Tho Sliver Hordo" and "Tho Iron
Trail" aro underlined for produc
tion. The Luhln company Is deter
mined to tnuke each play mark an
epoch In Bcreon achievement. The
companies will bo established In the
localities described by Mr. Beach in
Abraham Lincoln never had a seat
next to the fleshy woman In a movie
theatre; never saw the movie heroine
converse over the phone; never wit
nessed an auto chase scene; never
heard a movie plpaorgan; never saw
a movie motorcycle cop. Tot, Abra
ham Lincoln died only fifty years
Thomas J. Carrlgan, leading- man
for little Mary Miles Minter In "Dim
ples," "Lovely Mary," and other Met
ro productions, owns a third interest
In a factory In Michigan that builds
portable houses. This fact has led
some of his friends at the Lambs'
Club to remark that it Is easy for
Mr. Carrlgan to "bring down the
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Phone 16 WEST ST. HELENS
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and in first-class shape
Give me a trial
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next door to Hotel Barber
t Italian Importing Lompany
f ST. HELENS, ORE
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iiHiircd of mUlNfuctory service
nt HriiNomililo Prices
A. L. Robenolt
WEST ST. HELENS, OREGON
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Lime & Sulphur Spray
DEMING'S DRUG STORE
MODELS OF PERFECTION.
Jpodlon, Oil, Belts and nil kinds of Sewing
Mudiluo auiiplica, Repairing a anociulty.
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have what you want right now? That's what we
want to do, and if you need PAINT, OILS, SASH,
DOORS, BUILDING PAPER or WALL PAPER,
let us figure with you.
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ST. HELENS, OREGON
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