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S. P. & S. TIME TABLE.
South Bound.
Rainier Local 8:00a.m.
11:03 a. m.
3:27 p. m.
8:43 p. m.
North Bound.
Ualnlor Local 9:09 a. m.
1:33 p. m.
6:18 p. m.
7:06 p. in.
ST. HELENS TEAM
WINS VICTORY
(Continued from page 1)
St. Helens had no moil left on
bases, tlio tint timo in our hc.seball
experience that wo liavo soon tills
happen.
C'hariio Monro Is of valuable nld
to Manager ltallagh In snowing tlio
hoys ronio Inside hall. It was till",
that won tlio gaine.
The Kirkpatricks are scheduled
hero next Sunday. A largo crowd
should attend and show their npprv
ciation of the good work of the Sox.
ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MAY 26. 1916
' OREGON WORKMEN'S
j Unit inn Averages
At Hat. Hits
i Stevens 27 10
Mcnonuhl 2s 10
! llrakke. St. 11. & W.. . 12 4
Ariisniirer 11
1 ltallagh .
Hall
, Druhot "
. llnvi-s IS
Moore . . .
Donaldson
Dill
! Peterson .
Irnliam . .
i Perry . . . .
1 1. an (I
Ulelmrdson
8
10
26
17
19
13
22
2
1
mann batting tor his brother walked.
Stewart safe on McDonald's error, al
lowing Marble to register the run
that tied up the score. Kutola flied
to McDonald. Alex caused Gravcllo
to lay down an easy one.
Hall doubled to right. McDonald
laid down neat sacrifice, Hall taking
third, and Steve broke up the game
by a clean single through the short
patch.
The box score:
St. Helens
AB. H. PO
Hall, rf 4 1 2
McDonald, 2b 3
Stevens, lb 4
Moore, ss 3
Brakke, If 3
Perry, cf 3
Arnspiger, c 3
Dill, 3b 3
Donaldson, p 3
Totals 29
Woodland
AB. II
Grave'ile, ss 5
Garner, 3b 4
H. George, rf 3
White, c
Lodell, lb
Marble, If
A. Schumann, cf
Stewart, 2b ...
Kutola, p
P. Schumann .
Totals 35
'batted ro r A. Schumann in ninth.
One out when winning run was
made.
Summary
Earned runs St. Helens 2, Wood
land 2. Left on mases St. Helens
0, Woodland 6. Three-base hit
Stewart. Two-base hits Hall,
Moore, Arnspiger, Lodell, Garner,
A. Schumann. Base on balls Off Guisto
uonatason z. wua pitcn uonaiu
son 1. Struck out By Donaldson 12, '
by Kutola 8. Time of game 1 hr. ;
40 min. Umpire Rankin. j
Score by Innings
St. Helens 00003000 1 4 I
Woodland 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 3
Xotes of the Game
In the third Donaldson struck out
threo men and repeated the tiick in j
the fifth. I
' ... J ;
L v;i'" ' 'A
"V lilt!-'
l III uIF
111 I Nf
Alexander 1
Team average. . . . 246
Pet.
.370
.357
.333
.272
.250
.227
222
.200
.192
.176
.ir.s
.153
.ooo
.000
.000
! , administrative expense amount-l
. . ...ititnr, inn k In u a total of,
COMPENSATION LAW ; '.'V ,"xl.i.eH of $ 4 1 9.7 2 s. r i .
wh die same proportion of Income
The following extracts aro taken ( ,.M)seH and profits, too
from an address ilellvcrod h furl.. , ,,. wl,l have required
Ab.a.ns of the Slate Industrial ''";;,. , llf ,77 i.2f.0.5 to have ha..-,
mi. siou. Salem. Oregon, on the ac-1 ,,,,, subject to tlio
. I . II... Ill-.IITIlll ..... t lu.k
I -.,....11.1 nltallll'll e l .ill-Ill! lie IIIIHI iKi'i...
nsatlon law nu
Workmen's I'omiiei
;iJ n.,,1 This law has I n.
tho ieeple on a r.ic.
also been ue
i ii.L'nii net
,,,,,1,.,. u saving in favor or I no 'r
67 .231
Including Woodland game of May 21.
'ill :J( I ,'!
'
PO. A. E. I
0 12 0
oioo. I , ' :f ;
4 1 9 1 01 t ' i r M SI !..-
4 i io i o ; i i 14 f f .-! tv.
4 2 1 0 0 l'fq U I ; ; k'-.Tflf f
4 113 0 U- I
9 25 11 x Vr2 ;
LOL'IS GUISTO
Portland's first l.aseman who
Walter McCrodie predicts will make
the followers of t lie national game
forget about Cobb and Jackson when
he gets into tho big brush. When
you ray Guisto, you moan tlio whole
Portland team. Cuisto, so far this
season, lias poled ten home runs and
fielded his position almost perfectly.
It's a tafe bet he won't be with Port
land next season.
CLASS ODE
t Published by request. )
Our school days hero are over
Some say "The victory's won,"
Hut. classmates dear, just listen,
Our tasks are just begun.
I'or years we've stood together,
In dark days and in gold;
Ah, yes, these years have been
Tho happiest ever told.
And still wo shall always cherish
Our teachers kind and true,
And memory will make sweeter
The deeds wo try to do.
Perhaps some of us may wander off to
A foieign strand.
So wo will give you all a greeting
As wo grasp your friendly hand.
Oh, classmates dear, our love for you
lias ever fonder grown.
And often In life's fleeting years
Our hearts for you will jearu.
And may you, too, in coming years,
Amid oft changing scenes.
Kind a loving place In all your hearts
I'or the class of old sixteen.
Now when we face the world alone,
Tossed hero and there by fate.
Don't stop at ono deed on your way,
I'or you may be too late.
There is a goal for us to attain.
Oft hidden by land and tea,
Hat surely wo can reach it,
It this wido country,
rij'ioolmates, beloved schoolmates,
Where fortune points her finger,
May honor be our guiding star
To help those who need its guiding
us from afar;
Let the memories linger of the days
gono by.
And may we ne'er forget dear old
St. Helens High.
Ethel M. Drew.
sustained b
end urn vote niul
elare.l constitutional by th Supreme!
Court of Oregon in an unanimous do-j
clsion. !
-The commission ha.i been doing!
business for twenty months and dur-
iK tmt til as Kl'own rapid'
growth and produced gratifying re ,
suits We have colected to March
.i... t.. . .
I'm; ii.mi0.7::i - irom u-
I'.oll
method of l.m.ii.--"-
CKH M. COItNWAI.I..
Editor The Tlmbermun.
Tel.
I.
$751.
NOTICE TO ( ONTHACrOKS.
hjjjjgi ' ' jflltY f"
rtio;
U
H. flORQUS & 50N
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.
SEALED PROPOSALS, addressed
to the County Court of Columbia
County, Oregon, at St. Helens. Ore
gon, and endorsed, "Proposals for im
proving the following Koails in Col
umbia County, Oregon," to-wll:
IN ROAD DISTRICT NO. 0
UPPER XEIIALEM ROAD. SPECI
FICATION NO. 1, from John
Heckmn's place to Holstrum's
place.
UPPER NE1IAI.EM ROAD. SPECI
FICATION NO. 2, near A. John
son's place.
UPPER XEIIALEM ROAD. SPECI
FICATION NO. 5, above Hob Lind
say's place.
UPPER XEIIALEM ROAD, SPECI
FICATION NO. 6, above Rupert's
place.
UPPER XEIIALEM ROAD, SPECI
FICATION' XO. 7, nt Pollock's
place.
FISH HAWK ROAD, XEAR A. M
HERO'S PLACE, station 0 to 12.
or such of the above mentioned
Roads as the contractor may elect
to bid upon, will he received by Kalii
Ouonty Court, until 2 o'clock P. M.,
June 7th, 1916, and not thereafter,
and at that time, will be publicly
: opened nnd read.
j All proposals must be mado upon
' blank forms, to be obtained from tho
I Roadmaster, at his office in St. llel
jens, Oregon; Must give price:, pro
; posed, both In writing and figures,
! and must be signed by the bidder.
lowing sources: Employer.
i:t'' 17 : workmen, $ I
state. $123,192.
In addition there is now due
from the employers $.Ml.lH and Troiii
the state $.'.0,000, or total resources
of $1,100.75:'. 26 for Hie entire per
iod. We have paid out as follows.
"Set aside with state treasurer Is
pay pensions, $:!! rt.i:!.'.. I 4 : for tine
lost, $243. 77S 29; hospital mid med
ical attention (not to ei d 5-' 't'
in any c.isei, $1 16.310 .62; hurid ex
pense, mot over $100 In nn case I.
$7,S11 .4S; niliuinUrativo expense,
including all expense of eight mouths
preliminary orga.ilal Ion. $lo;l,
323.36: total, $7S7,6IVSS
" Balance on hand $213. 134 37 and
$100,000 due. or total resources of
$3 1 3,1 34.37, exclusive of pension
lund
"The commission has handled
S.2.".l noli fatal Injuries and 10S fa
tal cases or a total of S,3.',!l claim
during lis life of twenty monihs,
and bail four appeals frtim Its do
cision.
"The Mipreme court In two sepa
rate suits, has emphatically upheld
the constitutionality of the net on
as many different counts us could he
raised. It has also established the
fact I hat coi.ipe.it ation Is the exclu
sive remedy for injured woikinen.
when they are working under the
act. This has been the greatest relief
to emploer, as it Is the only kind
of insurance that can he bought
which absolutely protects him, not
only financially, hut also against the
possibility of suit being I. rough!
against him by the worker.
"While It is conceded that the
principles of the compensation law
have been established firmly In lire
gon and a large number of other
states, a controversy still exists as
to the best method of Insuring the
corricnsation payments. In several
states the employer is free to in-lire
with stock companies, employer's
mutuals, slat:' insurance fund.:, or,
if he so wishes., carry no Insurance
whatever. In other states, as In Ore
gon. Insurance Is restricted t the
state accident fund. Under the vari
ous forms of insurance permitted
under the laws of the different states,
experience will le had which will
demonstrate the better method.
"With tin. large proportion of
pi'-miinm required by stock com
panics to ever evpense and profits.
comment ti,,-,t a vi:,t
we
com-
fund, admlnist
ami reasonable
stand the test ,,f
red wlili
economy,
expel .
penaat ion
efficiency
will best
once-: above referred In
"Aside from the attliudu main
tained in the settlement or claims,
an important phase of ti, compen'
nation system Is the cost of admin
istration. A tabulation of the. ex
periences of all companies writing
compensation Insurance ji, the stud.
P PRICES RIGHT
GOODS THE BEST R
it
or
nm wimmijiwi.j.jnj yvyjl
Immi mtu 1 1 1 n tl Vl At
t
. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
ST. HELENS BRAND
A HOME PRODUCT
CANNED FRUIT AND V Eft ETA ISLES, PICKLES, SEED PO
TATOES, BEANS, COHN AND FERTILIZER. AVE ARE HEADY
TO CONTRACT FOIl I1EANS. ABOUT 50 ACRES DESIRED.
NOW OX HAND
NOTICE TO BEAN RAISERS
Columbia River Canning and Produce Co. In now ready to
make contracts for bean raising.
Kentucky Wonder Deans.
! with bis address.
Plans and Specifications are on file vvisconsm during the year I'jh
; and may be examined in the office shows that employers Insuring u-m,
' Plans and Specifications are also llv"niK' of $2 .07 to provide the
Ion file and may be examined at the '"iiired worluuou with $1 in bene
j Mist Hotel, at Mist, Oregon. litn. The experience ,,f the lur"
Each bidder shall deposit with bis unco conm mv w i , ,
bid, a certified check, cash, or a , l"""'"'y w,l,:l'. trough Its
i surety bond for amount of at leant ,1K''",H' "i,K '"'en most effcctivo In
rive per cent of bis bid, payable to he "PPosuion to the Ore.-o., act ch-.r,.,.,i
f',. ....... rn,..l. ..I...I. i .... ,-.. I.i- . . 1 '"'Hk'n
v.uuuij. i.mii, which Bimu no lorioil- i n em pio vers of W Isconsl n l
fd tn tho Coiintv .n moa l.r. -.i . . ... "-tin
is made to 1 n U , Z ""y """ar Ul
fall or refuse, after a period of five C"unt "f ,"',",f"
days after such award is mnrln . 11"n.
atr umi n,e ii,e r,!-, ,;:u,:,r:rivi
The right is reserved to reject any ' ! ,,, , aw wu" 1,1 "Peratlon,
and all bids.
for
In IS 1 4 mi ,..
to Injured work-
In J It KllliT nellH Miller
Logging Co., inciuuiug ! "'
half miles of logging railroad to Mr.
Pendleton, who represents large capital.
I
AM
ICE MAN
THE
cool, h i:
REASON MII.E PRICE
QUICK DELIVERY
Leslie Walters
I'liolie your order In Wrttklli
I'll. .lie UN
MAKE YcWi
QUARTERS AT j
EDDIE WOODS
1'l.ACE
POOL. BILLIARDS
Hiift Drink l 'l ..
1 ' ,K',r t I1,J
I'liono No. Ofl
M. HOVEN
Steamer RUTH
SAFE,SPHKDYSERVlJ
TOWING. JOBBING
PasscnRcr accomodations
100
LamliiiK at City Dock
STl:AAU:R
GEOHGIANA
l eaves I'ortliinil daily, ecept I'rl
il,is, nt :l) . M., urrivlnu Mt Ah.
toi iii at I 1.1 I. M. Itct urnliig Iruvm
Astoria nt 2:01 l. M., arriving ut
roitbin.l tl .Hi I. M.
1'asslng St. H.lciiH on down trip
at N:.M. A. M. and mi return ut 7 I. M.
STEAMER EFIN
I llahhldge & Holt, Owner I
I'OltTI.AM., ST. Ill I ENS, ASToltl A
lleneral frelglitlng Weekly servlco
Kxploslves a specialty l.eavcn every
Tuesday at 1- o'clock noon.
Oik STItl I T IKK K
I'lione: Main 29i'.0
St. Ilelenn I.andliig, Sheldon Dock
FRANK JflLKINSb Jk'
The
American
Express Compai
Hi))', (.ruin, -tt4
l libk I'ml
HIiIiiuIcm, lliill.lliig MaltJ
Ofllco nil Slicldun
Phono No, HQ
Sir. IBALD
Be Fair to Your
Wife
Save licr the Wash Day
Drtidcry. Let us call for
your laundry.
Our vvcdk will satisfy you
St. Helens Steam
Laundry
Geo. VViiiivias, Prop.
AHomelndustry
Rates Iictwctn hi.
Helens and Port
land, 50 cents one
way, 75 cents for
the round trip.
Tickets ;o'k1 until nsci
lloHtbuvei St. HclclnJ.Mll
UetmniiiK lemen l'.ntlii.l I JD
Arllvf nt St Ile!rni4 iif..
r. IHOOCHH
ST. HELENS KOUTE
vi WllllMVIIl Stougk
TIIK PMU'UJ IIOAT
STB.
a mm
Leaven Portland dally- -MM!
(Sunday I :.10 11. m I
Arrlvoii Kt lleleiiH . . LMll
(Sunday 3:30 p. m l
I an yen HI. Ilclcim :!''
Arrive Portland - U:"1
II IIOLMAN, Ap;
Makes ull wnv liindlnKii Whvfj
Aldor Htreet. Phonoii: MH 1
A-4204.
KHANK WII.KINS, St HtdeM W
HANSEN & KINGSHOTT
BUTCHERS
Irlr:SII AND SMOKED MEATS AND ICE
We Deliver to All Parts oi St.
Phone 114
Helens and Ho
West St. Ilcleri8,0re
We need 11lHi.1t (It) acres of
Call at the cannery and get a contract.
ALL KINDS OF VKGKTABLK I'LAXTS I'OIt SALI-J
A. L. CLARK, COUNTY Jt'DOK.
A. E. IIAItVKV, COMMISSIONKIt. I Injured workmen
Jtirao.M WE.tt,u, t:u.vi.iiHKIONKIl
H. E. AHItY, UOADMASTEIt.
A. P. UAKNETT, COUNTY CLERK
SPECIAL NOTICE
TIIK I. S. I'AI.M.KSS DKNTISTH
of Portland, 24 5 WnBhliiKton Ktre.it,
f.ro coniinfj to St. HolonH Wednesday,
.May a romnln ng two days. Our i me. presenta condltlotiH nder wl .h . l'
new HVHtnm nf nn n nuu ovtM.,n 1 1 ... .... ...1... 1 W""-H '
" "iikui proncrlv be .v.,
filling is attracting large numbers of f t.o touch greater. Mut'"l
" 1.13 1-3 ban been re.,ulred to
place fl ,i benefit:, in tl. 1 1 . .
Thin differenen 1.,
'Ht l eniplmalzed when It r(.,.ttll.,,
Imt WIRWhI ,a an nrea , 1)Ut
I! i! '"",!H' a Poi-latcm of
I.Sl.o nnd avorago or
!'""I'lo to the B(uare mile, while nZ
u'"',,WU.l,!t"'J,1,!,!) ""of
" or popuimi,,,, , ,
"i. uverago of 7 peopl,, .. 11,.. o
" n'jiiir(!
CENTRAL GROCERY
"I ACUIII ( HTOKLN, lMtOPHUCTOKH
Dealers in Clioice and Fancy Groceries
We handle the "Preferred Stock" line of Canned Coo
"i)eN,lal,,. VUw HimtyH JioHt M wi(n y(nr flir, ir,Hl
jo,,' i'm l.""V,y (o i"'rt ' ' ' '
ZZ,fi:"' "rvhi-,,,,me K'V""
I
people. . I "The
We are giving reduced rates at thin companies
turned premium,, of Block j
a 111 IMCnn u I n 1
P.,ll .ol 0 n ... '" m
iraui, (Min. crowns, "oiuuniea to tl tiA in
C HA 111... nil . T-,. .-,!)
Tu.vu. tx, iu, iiiiiiiKs, uuc. tree ex-m is per cent wi.
timo.
1914
Of thB
tractions, 9 to 10 and 1 tn ,ii,., nald in v ' "r lg 10 o
. , """Mr "'."iieiiHauoi, benefliu
Returning every 30 d.ivu nrn m.p ir.i ... . . "''""is,
- -- ...... un ru(i,ire.
" tun 14
a profits,
3S
111 nvn.
14 ner e, ""a"'",
1 - --- ""kiiih:!!
'op n ttiti.l ...
Crown-Columbia paper mills ln-!.f 62 per cen TIT" M "r"fll
croaso wr.ges to amount to $30.000 ! the e,,.,,..,,..!...', , K"" ,UKt ynr
rln I,.. " . T . " """vnH
a year third advance this spring
lor set aside
paid
out
0. A. gRICKSON
DEALER IN GF.N17.pat. MTcT?rTi ANDISE
Spring Time is Painting Time. We have a full l'ne'
v the best paints,
farming Implements, Crockery, Dry Goods, Shod
A complete stock of Groceries.
OSrAP r GoUen Wcst Coffee. None Better.
SCAR ERICKSON WARREN, OB0"
totalled M70.200.4fl.
I'llO.MJ A.

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