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Issued Every Friday ly i
THE MISTJTBLISIIIXU tXMPAXVt-
S. C. JipUTON".-. Editor aniJAIanngor .
SIRSCIUI'TION TvATKS j
One Year f l.B-
Six Munths 75;
Entered as second-class matter,;
January 10th, 1912, at the Postofncei
at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act
of March 3rd, 1879.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
"I pledge allegiance to my Flag,
and to the Republic for which it
stands, one Nation indivisible, with
Liberty and Justice for All."
LANE HKPVBI.ICAXS
The Btate press, commerciul bodies,
civic clubs and individuals generally
throughout the state of Oregon are
condemning Senator Lane for his!
filibustering act which cmbarassed
and humiliated the nation. Oregon
is a strong republican state and Lane ;
is a democratic senator; moreover,
this democratic senator is from the j
only state in tho west which gave;
Hughes a majority. Since these'
clubs, councils, civic bodies and in-:
dividuals are condemning I.ano tnr)
his action, asking for his resigna-'
turn and neaping iuiuso upon ins a.
neati, 11 migm ne wen 10 usk who is
responsible for this so-called traitor
being in tho senate. Certainly the
democrats of Oregon are not solely
responsible, for they are in the min
ority. It therefore stands to reason i
that many good (?) republicans must
liuvo lent their assistance to Iune.
Now these same good Lane Oregon
republicans should at least bear a
part of the abuse they are giving the
democratic senator who tiiey elected,
iur cenuiuiy iney are accessories
before the act." and should the
for certainly they are "accessories
eminent be embarassed by the ac
tion of Lane and the other filibus
ters, the Lane republicans are partly
to blame. With Chamberlain, Lane
and West as the guiding stars of the
state, republicans should see tho folly
of their ways. It should be a lesson
to them.
While no actual conflict has oc
curred tho United States, according
to our version, is at war with Ger
many. When that nation announced
her unrestricted submarine warfare
on January 31, virtually she declared
war asalnst tho United States, as
since that date this country has been'
ciiantmen should bo armed and the
orders are to shoot on sight, it seems
that this government lias accepted :
tho challenge of the kaiser. It is J
just about the game as a boy on the!
east aide of the street telling tho boy j
who lives on tho west side, "If you ;
come near me I'll striko yen." So :
It is aonarent that tlm l.av U.' ltll 1 VC1U :
nn tlm out ui,ia i,ib, ..t i.i..-... i
first, or else getting back into ,,,,
own back yard. It might he called ;
nrmed r,e..tr...ll. v !,., it i..i,..
neutrality hut It looks liite1
war.
There are several reasons why St
H,.tnU .i,ni.i 1 1 1 r
nav:.l miiiti.. Plrut r . , ......
.he country needs a rev for Z I
nlng the government ships should ,
tnere tie war; In the next place, thei
uuB men 01 m. Helens are famll,ar;.n
witn Bhlps and shipping, which Is a:
very essentir.l matter: and in th:
V'' tUB sianiismuent or a :
naval reserve here would mean good, '
. . . n '
wnotesome and clean training for the!
young men who would join such an
organization. In fact, St. Helens has
nVPrVtlltfirr tr rwntn .. .1 ...!.;..
. v.....e fi.WU ,.I1U IJULUIIli; It)
lose if it 1, r,nvi ..., ..
warshln Rtntln,,n,i t,rQ " . I
giving training to the re. (
pose of
i "rves.
Now that tho telephone company
has decided to make some Improve
ments to their St. Helens plant, It
might he in order to gently remind
the company that while they are mak
ing sucli improvements the antl-i
:iiated phones now used might be K f:";es of 1,10 woman's club than
taken out and tho phones that most'11"5 Krim vlsaBe!1 of (ierman gunners,
nil n,..r i . I
have be .i,n,t.H ,,1 t.J
'Minimi una
ruch a system. Surely the phone
(ompnny thinks St. Helens Is us much
entitled to a real phone service.
Senator l.r.no's filibustering tac
tics wero in direct contradiction of
he statement he made in his speech
in St. Helens last November. At that
limo ho wanted to uphold tho hands
'of tho president. Did he do it?
You can hardly expect tho Amer
ican navy to be strong with Josephus
Daniels at the head of that depart
riiont of the government.
Fill In Picture
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24
is .16
2S M7
w
ELU children, that funny little bird
7i
It is too bail, but there are no m.iro of these beautiful birds to be found.
Dun't you wish they were us plentiful as tho sparrows? ,YVe could do
without tho Fparrows, couldn't we? Nov
starling at No. 1, and you'll draw one of
It U found principally in Africa. Its klcli
v v v
4Jj
Si
SOME NONSENSE
i E. S. Snelling says that since the.
governor signed the bone dry law
he can carry a neatly wrapped pack
age of groceries home without excit
ing any suspicion.
Harney Harnett stte3 that he
would rather scrap with a rooster any:
old time than with a hen. For fur
ther Information ask him.
j. if. 1 naicuer uuu juiiu muiiums i
, , mg aescrineu real estate, Rituaie,
gov-iwore recently UIocuHsmK some o "iylng and being In Columbia County.
groat men of America, both living :
and dead. Thatcher claimed that
llnnrv Cl:v u-nu nnn nf the erentext !
' '. . . . ... ,i 2 of Block 2 and Lot I of Hlock 6
men the nation had produced, in fact . , ,he tow of ,oer j,,,, am, , ot
so great a man that lie hud a cigar; 15 moc) 64 n the City of St. Helens,
named after him, which caused Man-! also the following personal properly
ning to remark: "You are right.! Columbia County, Oregon, Hal
Thatch; he was a great man. and in!""- K 2 west,
addition to having a cigar named . am) Hn umiVided one-half interest In
after him there is also a pipe that nnd to an old saw mill,
bears his name " Terms and conditions of sale:
Hefore coming to Oregon. T. S. f- ""!'' c,,i" of the United
... ., ' , States; ten (10) per cent of the pur-'
White, councilman from West ht. .cll!lse nl()ney to ,,c pu,,, Ht Uie Um
Helens, was a member of the city of sale; balance on confirmation of
administration in an Illinois town, salo by the County Court.
A new jail was' needed for the town
and
Councilman White, bent on sav-
"
tho old one and that the old jail be
used until the new one is completed."
Is It any wonder that White is con-'
sidered the watchdoe of the rllv 1
treasury?
A traveling man alighted from the
S. P. & S. train at the St. Helens
station some days ago. Thinking he
Wtts right
in t lie heart of town he
tJ until the Jllncy. hal left and
UP" f""H"g 0,lt tlmt Ile llad t0 wulk
, , "-,
neiore reacning nis custom
ur s piuce 01 nusmess, in exasperation :
asked N. O. Larabee, "Why did they
pUt U'iS 8tiilloU so ,ar away from ,
town?" Norm was plainly puzzled ;
for a ffiw 8econu. then said: "I
Ml8,ter- " - !
wa"lK" " "'"ngsme me rail-;
: road." I
Georeo Wilson sav tlmt n n.n ;
... . . . . , :
.
" """' "pponunuy.
...... . . .
lucTiiu u cuipru was nrougni ne-
' " ., . g
Infnu'Hmi nf lUu low "T1.. i..
.. V. ..Dl.it.
T .I , , . " "erre
,u io jui.BB s.erniy. 1 nat a
,so," replied tho accused man,
and
....... ,
11 d0 beat a11 how some folks- hold ,
on t0 ofrlce. don't It?" It is stated
tl";lt tlle JullKe discharged the man. !
The mayor says he believes in pre-!
parednoss, and when his
country
"'8 h " the Cer-
mnu guns Wllliout oual nir Tint i
quailing. But1
Ftn ittA Cf If ..1...... lir .. . !
" ""ran vimiuns i:iui)7
Ah, tlir.t Is another matter.
Mr. Quick 8i-.ys he thinks It
'JulreB les courage to face the smll-
Srrl . AIMIXI8TRATOKH
HA MA OK HK.AI, KHTATK AM)
I'KKHOXAI, f'KOI'KHTV AT I'M-
VATK H.UAi.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OP THE
STATE OK OREGON FOR COL-i
UMHIA COUNTY.
in the Matter of the Estate of Peter1
llorgren. Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given, That in
pursuance of an order of the County
court of the county of Columbia,
state of Oregon, made on the 14th
day of March, 1917, In tho matter of
ma esiaie or feter llorgren, de
ceased, the undersigned, the admin-'
isiraior or tne estate of I'eter Hor- ,.
gren, deceased, will sell at private' olitoiinns la like an nlr-einihlon.
salo, in separate parcels, to the high- j Tliero may ho nothing In It, but It
est bidders, upon the terms and con-'casoH the Jolts wonderfully
ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1917
Puzzle No. 13
WJ7 M
12
13
A."
MI-
you drew was the passenger pigeon.
, get r.'i'y again with your Foft pencil,
the blBKcst and nueeredt looking Mr.'.s
will break a man's es
ditions hereinafter mentioned, und
subject to confirmation by said Coun-
ty Court, on or after Monday, the
ltitli dav of Anrll. 1917. all the rlcht.
title. Interest and estate of tho said
I'eter llorgren, deceased, at the time
of his death. In and to the real prop
erty hereinafter described, also all of
the right, title and Interest of the
said Peter llorgren, deceased. In and
to the personal property hereinafter
described, and ull the right, title,
und interest flint the tstjtte has hv
opor.lllmi of ,aw ()r oUlcrw,8 ac.
quired, other than or in addition to
that of said deceased, at the time of
his death, of. In, and to the follow-
state of Oregon, to-wlt: T!
he S. K.
'Ction 2,
ulso Lot
14 of the S. W. 'i of Se-
Township 5 N. It. West
VA11 bids or offers must bo In writ
ing, and mailed to said administrate:
at llU re8ill(,ncPi 898 E Couch Street,
Dated March 14th, 1917.
First publication March 10. 1917.
Last publication April i:i, 1917.
JOHN HOUGHEN,
Administrator of the Lstate of
' Peter Morerren. nprcnimfl
W. A. IIAKUIS & U. A. CORK,
Attorneys for Administrator.
HANK STATKMKXT
No. 73 1
Iteport of the condition of the S. j
M. Mann & Co., Hankers, at Soap-!
poOKe, in the State of Oregon, at thj
close or business Mar. 5, 1917. .
RESOURCES !
Loans and discounts.... 55,874.54 I
Overdrafts, secured and I
"""ec"r?d
508.78
Kankmg 'houe' . Till
14,693.41 !
00 1
Kurnlture and fixtures
2,200.00 I
Duo from banks (not re-
serve Dunks I
406.13:
5,725.09
1
81. 95!
3,896.01 I
Due from approved
re-
serve banks
i;necKB and other cash
iiems
fi, ,.,,
Tota, $ 89,635.91
LIAUILITIES I
Capital stock naid In . . . t ?r. nnnnnl
Surplus fund
30.00
ln.ll..l,J
Undivided
profits, less
expenses and taxes
Individual' depo'sitg' VuV-
paid
287
Ject to check 49,366.23 I
"""""
T I
certuicntes of
f"
1,971.50
i..
n., . . ' ' ' 1 '
623.12,
1 . t .
.. f k Ml 4
i ime ana savings depos-
i Its 7,3 57.65
re-i11'1.1" Payl,lo for money
"" 6,000.00
I Total 89,6:15.91
j s,at0 of Oregon,
I County of Columbia
J- -K- t:ahler of tho above.
naed bank, do solemnly swear that
L 6 8hove "tatement Is true to tlio
j hcBt of my knowledge and belief.
n- CROWLEY,
t, , , Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
l"M " uay 01 M"rch, 1917.
I fl Mr A T.,n
. "ii in,
Notary I'uhllc.
1920 CommlnHlon oxp'reg April 1,
CORRECT Attest:
J. S. MANN,
J. O. WATTS,
Directors.
Get Away from the
RENT HABIT
i Own your own lot and build
I your own home.
i
i h:ivc a hundred lots n
' the most desirable locations of
th. ..:rv lined ngamsi you m "
1 tnc ut"' I tuhul suit on or before. Hut time pre-
I Prices ranoe from $75 to $250 scribed in the order for the publlca
Hiiccs ranc uum f M1ltlOI1Mi tl,.wlt. r
These lots are sold or. easy before the nth day of April. Iii7.
i terms; $10X0 down and 5.uu ll)llt,lltltll ot lhlB ,.
I fA Cinnn tpr month. ' , t..n .i.-.r m..l hiimwht
to $10.00 per month.
Columbia County
Real Estate Co.
L. R. Rutherford, Mt;r.
St. Helens, Oreon
All l!i:-es Call at Hotel
Courteous Treatment
STOP AT
ORCADIA
HOTEL
TIKIS. ISIIISll'lt, Prop.
Chicken Dinner Sunday, .'lite
KATES nil. 00 PLH DAY AMI IP
Special Hales to Itcgular Hoarders
WHEN
Vol' WANT
CHMIt
A i(MD
SAY SO
Only ,V at Y our Dealer
Save 25 SCN HAY Hands and
receive a beautiful picture free
of charge.
j iiri i jir . n .
WllCD IOU Want Buttef
A
3
S
Ask your grocer for
ST. lll.I.i:S HKST
He lias It.
Hy Test the Host
Ht. Helens Cn-ncrutive Cream
ery Asmk lallim
4 Kt. Helens
Iregon
STEAMER EFIN
(llubhldgn & Holt. Owners)
I'OHTLA.VD, KT. IIM.KVS, ASTOHIA
Ceneral freighting. Weekly service
Explosives a specialty. Leaves every
St. Helens Landing, Sheldon Dock
i WM.PFUNDER'S j
if OREGON W
rtoiiH'nn:
ii'i 1 in- y
MMH MI.IIUII, Y
1AII4f Mlll.l. V.
Jt Mi'i:n. I
Wi l li AIIOU ITIf'N,
For over 40 years
a valued remedy
for biliousness
and constipation
Sold and Recommended by
A. J. DEMING
ST. HELENS
1 STOP PAYING RENT!
,
ij OWN YOUR OWN HOME
We will build you a house
on small monthly pay.
ments, at actual- cost, and
to suit purchaser.
LET THE RENT
MONEY
you now ay go towards
purchasing your own
home. Sec
D. T. Gerdes
St. Helens, Oregon
IN TIIK CIHCI'IT COURT OK T1IK
STATU OK ORKtlON, KOIl THE
COl'NTY OK t'OLl'MIUA. .
('. V. Everett, PlulntllT, vs. Edltll
Everett, Defendant.
In tho iiiitnn of the Htnte of Orxgon:
To ilin uhove minimi defendant:
You are hereby required to appear
iUl answer tho complaint of plaintiff
! the plalnllff will apply lo tho Court
for the relief prayed for In IiIh com
plaint, to-wlt: for a decree dlssolv
liiic tint bonds of matrimony now ex
isting between Iho plalutilT and do
, fentlaiit and for such other relief as
tho Court may adjudge proper.
This summons Is served upon you
by publication, by order of tho Hon
orable J. A. Eaklu. Judge of tbu
above entitled Court, which order
was mailit on the 27th day of Febru
ary, 1917, and required that mild
summons bo puhltiihed onro a week
for six successive weekil III the Ht.
Helens Mist, a newspaper published
In St. Helens, Oregon, ami required
that you appear on or before tho
1 St It ila of April, 1917, and answer
the complaint of tho plaintiff filed
herein.
Date of first publication March 2,
1917.
Dale of last publication April 1.1,
1917.
SIDNEY ZKTOSeil.
Attorney for 1'lnliillff.
710 Hoard of Trade Hldg ,
Portland. Oregon.
M. HOVEN
Steamer RUTH
SAFE. SPEEDY SERVICE
TOWING, JOBBING
Passenger accomodations for
ICO
Landing at City Dock
Be Fair to Your
Wife
Save licr the Wash Day
Drudgery. Let us call for
your laundry.
Our work will satisfy you
St. Helens Steam
Laundry
Geo. Walking, Prop.
AHomelndustry
Lynch & Muhr
HAIR CUTS. SHAVES.
SHAMPOOS
Kvcivtliihtf in Uie I'.arl.cr
Line ilone up in Style
Our shop is Strict ly Clean
and Sanitary
Come in and See us
sr. iii:i.i:h
8
Real Estate, Insurance
Business Chances
Desirable Lots in St. Helens
Close in Acreage. Farms.
Homes for the workingman.
k Farms for the farmers.
HINSON
LARABEE
Opportunities for the working,
man.
Reasonable terms. Bed rock'
prices.
HINSON & LARABEE
St. Helens, Oregon
Phone 7. Hewitt Building
Str. IBALDA
ltatai between Ht. Il.de,,,, nlK,
Tuanti, n cent,, Wll
73
"r o round trip.'
TlckeU Km Ml limn Uwm1
ltoatl..Hvc St. ,.CI,H 1Mn J
krtu,i,.K ,,Itlall,,
Arrive at St llelcn, 4 -15 ,
PROFESSIONAL CARD?
K. A. ROSS
rUNCRAL DII'.ECTOR
LICENSED t-MBALM,
flunk Building
Si. I it i,
".On
Botinni ftiont 2)
DR. C. n. WADK
PHYSICIAN AND BUHg(0
f'HOAf M)
S. U. IIOSKIN
DEN TIST
OhV in Bank Bwldi,,,
St. Helens
0
rcgou
...v-rv;,., sajs
!U. A. C. Tl.VKKU
UKNTIST
M" HIM NS, (Jkl t.o.M
mi i. m t m nr..
DR. L. ClLniTRT Ros;i
PHYSICIAN . UJROEOH
Ortliw ll.nk HM. c, ...
DR EDWIN ROSS
PHYSICIAN A SUHCEON
OKKH h IN BANK hi ll hMi
M. Helens . ()Ifglfl,
DR. ALFRED J. PEEL
PHYSICIAN A SURZEOH
Mnviulc
HuIIiIIiik
KT. IIKLEIt
lH. H. II. IH SSI I.I,
Clilroplmi'tiir
MRU. Kt N.NH.I.
Iillm' .Mhmmiiu.
MtMirflelil Cabinet Hteum llilb
unite llour. A. M. to i f. X
OHiem by uppolntinent
riHHMt .l:M4 HI. Ilelent, On
GLEN R. METSKER
ATl'Olt.NKV
(Mllto In Hunk llullding
St. Helens. Ore.
Hionti 17
M. E. MILLER
ATTORNEY A TlAW
St. Helens Oregon
T. S. WHITE
I'liiIertuHrr anil 1' liner ill lllmt"
t'Ol'XTV roltONKIt
I'liotie 51; Itefiilence plion I IK
Ht. HeleiiH, On-gon
E. S. SNELLING
Attorney at Law
St Helens,
Oregon
MONEY TO LOAN ON r'HW
KAHM MORTti.tfiM
E. J. ROBERSON ,
702 Title and Trust Bldg.
Portland, Oregon
J. W. DAY
Attorney at Law
Hank llldg. Ht. Helena, 0
n
T. F. Robertson
Watchmaker and Jeweler
WICHT HT. 1IKI.KX8
All Work (JuarwiU'wl
I'rlce reHHonahle.
FRED W. HERMAN
Attorney at Law
Rainier, Oregon
CASTOR I
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30
Always bean
r HOOGJIKIRK f
-
Sltfniiture of
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