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ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. MAY 4, 1917
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COMPANY rt mr. I
FIRE ALARM BOXES
ickle'i Corner 21
ithortord's 23
11 24
Kill 12
l 83
C. Ony 34
otral (irorery .' 42
ll Hotel 43
ier Creek 44
un'i 62
iipllil 63
fit 8t, llolcna
Depot 64
mcott'i Corner 66
S.P. & S. TIME TABLE
In 1 111 Portland
Loaves Arrives
Train. Portland. St. Helens
0 II 8:10 a. m. 9:12 a. nt.
0- 26 12: 25 p.m. 1:33 p.m.
17 6:15 p. m. :IS p. m.
23 6:16 p. m. 7:09 p. ni.
To Portland
Leaves Arrives
fain. St. Helens Portland
K 7:69 a. ni. 9:16 a. m.
21 11:16 a. m. 12:20 p. in.
21 3: Jl p. in. 4:40 p. nt.
24 8:62 p. m. 9:60 p. m.
Huwi leave (or station about 20
aloutei In advance of above time.
GARDEN PESTS MUST
BE GUARDED AGAINST
Hi. mo Ganlcnrni Khuuld Prrpwe to
E. W. KETEL
HI. Helens, Ore.
Contractor--Builder
KHTIM.tTKH, PLAN8
Oiiiciit Wink u Specialty
I'lnuie t'onniH'tlon
To the PUBLIC-!
STEAM, TURKISH
AND SHOWER BATHS
Every Day
at Kalcva Hotel
Cou
rteous treatment and
sanitary arrangements.
'sitors to inspect will be
vvelcomed
George's Market
nt. iii:i.ks
1 "i kii ani halt
( MEATS
J'IUKK IN Prompt Hurvlce
Kill
'ml bm
known
' Ihe
at
fOBBtlily
once every fly yon cun find
11 his body. It Is doHnltely
'"'t the fly g the "carrier"
BniiH of typhoid fevor; It Is
iinlleved that It Is also the
of other dlseasos, IncludliiK
Infuntlla paralysis.
Alw
ay. trade In your home town.
Now that tho hack to the soil re
quest of the government Is being re
sponded to by many cllUeus of Col
umbia county, somo of whom havo
not hud cgriculturul. experience, the
Information following, which is sent
out hjt the I 'nltcd Stall's department
of agriculture, will be of much aid
unit aiHli.t in the work of raising food
stuffs. Head all of It carefully.
The homo gardener must count al
most Inevitably upon the presence In
his garden of plant discuses and
pests, Bays a new Farmers' llulletln
No. 818. "The Small Vegetable Gar
den." It Is pointed out that if these
aro not rombntod they will Interfere
seriously with yields or destroy the
plunts.
It lu hard for somo gardeners to
reallzo the importance of making
early provision to combat these ene
mies of plant life. It can not bo too
strongly emphasized, however, that
-turn provision is of equal Importance
ll h other phases of gardening and
i 'hat It should under no circumstances
j lio neglected. The wise gardener
: does, not wait for tho appearance of
1 Insects and diseases, hut takos steps
I to combat them by spraying the
1 plants at reasonable Intervals from
early spring until his crops have been
i harvested, or by other protective
I measures. He thus Insures himself
I igalnnl the likelihood of loss.
' Tho necessary Implements and ma
terials for protecting the home gar
den ngalnst insects and diseases
1 should be assembled early In the sea
son. Tlioso consist of a substantial
; hand sprayer and the necessary con
centrated solutions, which, after dl-
: lutlon with water, are to be sprayed
1 011 tho plants.
I The diseases which affect garden
plants may be divided Into two
1 groups, parusltio maladlos, such as
'the blights, ore caused by fungi or
germs, and usually may be prevented
or controlled by spraying with nor
doaux mixture. I-lttle Is known, how-
over, of tho so-called constitutional
dlsoaaos, and little can be done to
nrovent thulr ravugos. If some mal
ndy which doos not yield to treatment
with liordeiiux mixture manlfosts
Itsolf on Isolated plants lu the gar
don, It may be well to pull up these
ntants and burn them.
Tho Insects which attack garden
plants may be divided Into two groups
those which eat or chow llie irun
or follane and tlioso which suck the
plant Juices. Eating Insocts may be
killed nsuully by spraying poisonous
solutions or dusting powders on the
..i..ni. urliloh thov attack. Arsenate
of load Is the poison Id most general
use for this purpose. This substance
Is poisonous to persona as well aa to
Insocts and must be used with care.
It Bhould not be applied to vegetables
thut are to be used soon. All vege
tables should be washed carefully be
fore they are eaten, regardless of
whether they have been sprayed.
Most of the garden plants may be
guarded against disease and at the
same time protected from attack by
outing Insects by spraying at Intervals
it two weeks with a combination of
llordeaux mixture and arsenate of
ead.
Other methods of protecting plants
from the larger eating insects are to
lick the pints by hand or knock them
A-lth a stick Into a pan containing
water on which a thin film of kero
leno Is floating. Insects collected by
land should be destroyed promptly.
Voung plants may be protected by
sotting over them wooden frames
'.evered with mosquito netting, wire
mesh or cheesecloth. Cutworms may
0 kept from plants by setting tin or
niper collars into the ground around
ho stalks.
Sucking Insects, such as plant lice,
an not be killed by poisoning the
mrface of the leaves and fruit, since
.hey feed by puncturing the plants
.nd extracting the internal Juices.
Poisons which will kill by contact or
luhstnncea which envelop and
imother the pests are, therefore, em
iloyed against the sucking Insects.
Tho principal remedies of this sort
ire nicotine solutions, flsh-oll and
j Hi or sonp solutions, and kerosene
emulsion.
The gardener should remember
that many plant diseases and Insects
ixlst In the garden from year to year.
U tho end of the growing season,
horoforo, the garden Bhould be care
ully cleaned of rubbish, the stems of
iilants. leuves, etc. It is necessary to
urn this debris promptly, as any
disease spores or Insects which may
be present are then surely destroyed.
BEAN AND PEA VEEVIL
stored KeJs HIhwJiik Iar(e Kound
Hole Need Treatment.
YOUR
PHYSICIAN'S
PRESCRIPTION
Deans and peas stored for seed,
showing large round holes In the
-tides, are Infested with weevils and
need fumigation with carbon blsulfld
gas before being planted, says A. L.
Lovett, entomologist of the O. A. C.
txparlment station.
"The adult weevil Is e small, olive
drub beetle that appears In the field
ut blossoming time and deposits eggs
jlotig the keel of the developing pods.
The eggs hatch into grubs that enter
mil feed on tho muturlng seeds In
which they are still present when the
seed Is stored."
Carbon blsulfld fumigation Is the
standard treatment. The tin or con
tainer In which the seeds are stored
is made as nearly gas proof as pos
sible. For each 15 bushels of seed,
one pound of carbon blsulfld Is used.
It may be poured over the seeds or
placed In shallow tanys above them.
The blu should be securely closed for
24 hours, then opened and thorough
ly aired. i
Caution should bo used In handling'
the carbon blsulfld, cs It is very In-1
flummable. Do not open noar a hot !
move or use a light or smoko while ;
treating tho seed. j
Anothor treatment for the weevil
Is to pour the seed Into a vessel of ;
lolling water. Before doing this have:
ieady for Instant use a supply of cold
water which must immediately be
(dded to the water containing the
sends. The infested socds will float
and may be skimmed oft. This treat
ment Is advisable only when the
seeds can be planted at once.
Neither of the treatments, should
injure the vitality of the seed.
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When brought to our store, will be accurately and
carefully filled and none but the best of drugs used.
So both you and he will feel perfectly safe.
WE ALWAYS HAVE IN STOCK
a large line of Toilet Articles, Stationery, Magazines
and Druggist's Sundries
Deming's Drug Store
Phone 13
ST. HELENS, ORE.
444444
J. L. WILLIAMS & SONS
Successors to Terry & (iraliam
A Full and Complete line of General Merchandise
The Dependable Kind
Dry Goods, Shoes and Groceries
Free Delivery
Give us a trial and you will be satisfied
Phone 34 WEST ST. HELENS, ORE.
CALIFORNIA TAXABLE
PROPERTY VALUE
The total true value of taxable
property In California Is 38,279,562,-
214, according to State Controller
John S. Chambers. From 1909 to
1916 there was an increase in as
sessed value of over 1,000,000,000.
Tho ratio of assessed to true value
of property in California is approxi
mately 42 per cent.
Your noblest natures are most
credulous. Chapman.
Homo Philosophy
Tho Idle moments taken when one
feels llko It are not Idle moments at
all; they're simply a change of occu
nation.
Every man needs recreation, but
no well man needs Idleness.
Most of us get tired of our Jobs
now and then, but we also get tired
of ourselves.
The things we love best very fre
lueutly get on our nerves.
And so, 'It Is no argument that
work Is not a pleasure if It doesn't
run along smoothly without unpleas-
mt. Interruptions.
Work is a demand of nature.
If we waut knowledge we have to
work for It.
Nothing comeo to us worth while
mlofls we work for It.
And as things worth while make
our happiness,
Happiness can be safoly credited to
work.
Mowing pasture lands when the
weeds aro In full bloom Is an excel
lent practice, as It prevents the for
mation of weed seeds. Most weeds,
even of the perennial type, can gradu
ally be brought under control If they
are not allowed to produce seed tor
several years In succession.
A little want ad In the St. Helens
Mist will bring results.
1
j Your Spring Suit
You should order it now. Come in and look over my
line of woolens. During the past month I have made
suits for some of the best dressers in the city, and they
were
ENTIRELY SATISFIED
Let me demonstrate to you that for Style, Fit, Work
manship and Good Material, my tailored garments are
above the standard.
J. F. RYAN
MERCHANT TAILOR St. Helens, Oregon
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A True Conditioner
A Spring Modicln fur that Tired PMllnr
-Try one packageCosts 50 cents
Monty back II not Mtltlled
You tako no risk with banltls'
Ask our Aront for Dr. DankU' Free Book
A. J. PEMIXG,
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CENTRAL MARKET
RAY MORTON
Phone 60
" The Market of Purity and Quality
of Meats both Fresh and Cured.
Greatest assortment of Lunch Meats in town.
Highest cash price paid for Hogs and Veal.
A trial will te appreciated.
Prompt Delivery
XOT1CK OF AUMINISTKATOR'S
HA1.K OK REAL KSTATK AT,
PIUVATK BALK.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR COL-!
UMBIA COUNTY.
In the Matter of the Estate of Mar-i
Jin Carniff, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that in pur-'
suonce qi on order or tne county
court of the county of Columbia,
state of Oregon, made on the 10th
day of April, 1917, in the matter of
the estate of Martin Carnlti. de
ceased, the undersigned, the adminis
trator of the estate of Martin Carniff,
deceased, will sell at private sale, In
one parcel, to the highest bidder,
upon the terms and conditions here
inafter mentioned, and subjoct to
confirmation by said County court.
on or after Saturday, the 12th day
of May, 1917, all the right, title, in
terest and estate of the said Martin
Carniff, deceased, at the time of his
death. In and to the real property
hereinafter described, and all the
right, title and Interest that the es-i
tate has by operation of law, or
otherwise acquired, other than or In
addition to that of said deceased, at j
the time of his death, of, in, and
to the following described real prop
erty, situated in Columbia County,
State of Oregon, to-wlt: Tho NWVi
of Section 32, Township 4 North,
Range 2 West of the Willamette Mer.
and containing 160 acres, more or
less.
Terms and conditions of sale: Cash
in Gold Coin of the United States:
ten per cent of the purchase money
to bo paid at the time of sale; bal
ance on confirmation of sale by the
County Court. All bids or offers
must be in writing, and mailed to
said administrator at Scappoose, Col
umbia County, Oregon, at any time
after the first publication of this
notice and before the making of the
sale.
Dated April 12th, 1917.
First publication Aprl 13, 1917.
Last publcaton May 11, 1917.
JAMES LEONARD,
Administrator of the Estate of "
Martin Carniff, Deceased.
W. A. HARRIS & G. A. GORE,
Attorneys for Administrator,
St. Helens, Oregon.
Spring Goods Are Arriving
CHILDREN'S GINGHAM DRESSES, 75c to $1.50
Dainty and seasonable patterns in all Dress Goods.
Shoes for each-member of the family.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS AND NOVELTIES
Children's Middies and Ladies' Lingerie Waists
M. ROSENTHAL
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award, the GRAM) PRIZE at Panutn u-l'uctr lc International Exposition
Use the best and you are always satisfied
MASON, EHRMAN & CO.,

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