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Hiiio r.Hxioo ft. j good Wt IOf.B"' . ,.,...,L ,., nf n. h"' i ,o' - u r ll. I. It. en its foe Z of new pure strain. Price. ... Hale-Cheap. o-passengor r... (..mobile: has delivery L .. well m touring body; car I. KJ Ddlllon. H. M. Terry. St. WAsr, FRIDAY. MAY 4. 1917 ADS WANT TRY OUR . J I'lUllllfT IV - I ft'ftn;.irforhlr. My motto U rB1I,". .i.iu.no A-32 or f. II l.fclT It'"' I am ror Bale One ', I. C. boar nine .,h. ..I.I. 8 Vincent, lloulton, Bualha ol'l - . n.i.. .vi.,a minium Home, ox- Jeat location, with beautiful river A bargain Reasonable terms. iv,iniiiii county AbBtrnct t'om- L, about this t nce. un in Uuii We liuve tGOO.OO 0J (1,000 to ! " K0(l ,wr,n '""d jlty 1-ollK lime, reiiine (. Columlilu County Abatract ontpany. Tor Sal" " fPl nHk .. k.if.n: will Ihi fresh In throe ..... 11..M mioil work mure. Seed ... .n.i vi.irii mixed, reody to seed. ;,t ('on. I'lioiie 10K-6 llanholur rut. For Hale- "Seed OHlB. " U- Bhliron, W:irri'ii, Ore. Phone 10J-7. zu-ii I'mirlM for Sali One-year-old fo- males ror iiiiilliiK; 60c each, i'lione 1(1. t want to huy nit the beef and tocl cattle you liuvo. Market price jid; caiili. Wlliion, 8t. Ill- mi, Orrgun. I'liono D-98. 20-lf ST. HELENS MOVIE NEWS When two strong men stand face 10 lace, determined tliul one or the other muni dii'; n battling for load- mlilp ami the love of woman, ifecr I. a scene tlmt grip, the hearts of l ipvctuinrH and holds them with bmillilrMt Interest. The photoplay. The Man Trull," which will be ihown at Hi.. Ktrnn.1 theatre Sunday tiht, I. aurh a piny and la full of (rut climaxes and thrlllliiar action Not Friday night the lovers of Charlie Chuiilln will have an oppor unlty to ami tlttit well known actor la till Ave part masterpiece, "Itevuo of I S 1 6 ' U in mi III that thin play U tuiranlt'cil to give the spectator 6000 liutlit and will hold their at'entlon from bi'KliiiihiK to end. At the Ci-in theatre Sunday night lh famous nhotoiilny "Polly KhI llcuil," mill Monday and Tues- day "Tito Ji wid In 1'awn." with Klla Hill a. thii Hlur, will be shown. The Gem I. getting up-to-date picture, and aomp of iiiimi are shown ahead of the Portland theatres. "Mttle Miu Nobody," which waa shown latil occal(inod very favorable coni; "Wit. Thu picture was luter Mhown In I'ortlniul tlmntre. A nf iiiiirlifiie has recently boon lnUllnl i,t (ho (Iimii, which ddH ourh to tin. cni'ctlvenoBS of the pic turi't. St. Ili'li'im nopl who attend the nole pliinri'H hIiowii In our two the Ireaare kiMHiik the best of the good ply. ami both picturo Bhow Iiounhi 'houlil i well putronlaed ovcry tllfllt. IcPf)! Kl UbUbbW I TRIUMPH A Nw lngtr$oll C EEwhataquarter extra jet U for you: antique bow crown frosted nickel "'sh plate ultra-modern compressed figurea on dial. Extremely graceful and neat- """""e- Wo want 4 Vutoieeit M VON A. GRAY Jeweler Nt. HtdetiH, Oregon 50 EAGLE CREEK CAMP READY FOR SEASON Forest SupervlMor T. If. Slierrurd If the Oregon nutloiial forest has put the Kuglo ('rk camp grounds In reudlnens for the 1917 recreation joason. The water plpi-s huve been coiiiioctod up so tlmt puie running water Is available at the various camp sites, und the comfort stutlon has boon opened. New tubl for use of campers and picnickers have been built, and a splendid parking pluce fir inuchlnes Is conveniently located near the entrunce to the cump grounds. A four-room, tent house has been erected for the temporary headquar ters of the forest officer, who Is again on duly at the grounds. Kuglo Creek camp grounds are lo culed on the Oregon national forest, U miles east of Portland, on the wonderful Columbia Highway. It Is x pluce of great natural beauty a bit of wilderness set apurt by the government for the free' uho of tho public. Over 15,00 people visited '.hone grounds In 1916, and it Is ex pected that severul times that limn .or will enjoy tliem this seuson. Tho picturesque Eagle Croek trail oads up the canyon from tho camp rounds. This trull has been cleared if tho few windfalls and slides which ttine down during the winter, und li iow open for a distance of four und '. half miles. A high bridge bus been built icroi.s Kagle Creek where the trail iow ends, and it Is expected that the rail will bo completed to Wahtum akn during the coming field season 'Ills will open up some very attract ,ve country that Is now Inaccessible mil make possible a fine 27-mili' biking trip from the Columbia High way at Kugle Creek camp grounds up .he Kagle Creek canyon atid over tbr divide to Wahtum lake, returning to he highway at Herman Hanger stu tlon by way of Herman Creek trail. The O.-W. U. & N. Company hub erected a stutlon at Kuglo creek which Is now a flag utop the same as Multnomah Falls, so that parties may visit tho cump grounds by highway or b rail. COUNCIL WILL HOLD EMERGENCY MEETING Definite Work to It Started by Agri cultural Council. An emergency meeting cf the agri cultural council of Columbia count) will be held In the court house Sat urday, May G. Tho commercial clubi tnd other organizations of the count; ro asked to hnvo representatives present. Tho meeting Is called as a result of thu Htutew!de meeting held in Portland April 30, at which it wan decided thut n more definite work must he done relative to our coun try's food supply and the labor situa tion. The plans as set before the coun cil. If approved, will be taken before ho respective organizations in the Jifferent parts of the county where, id May 12. in responso to the gov ernor's cull, patriotic meetings will he held. At these mccllncs the plan is set forth by the government and he state will bo put before the farm sra. A stute labor burouu has boon or ;nuUcd and tho enlistment of the i Ik l school boys and others unfit for Military servico Into a farm service orps Is a step thut will bo carried nit In the I in media to future. The ounty agricultural agent will act as lubor agent between the farmers and me state headquarters. rank will h granted these boys ac- "iruing to fitness for farm work and experience At tho meetings held on May 1 to curtail his investment in that line UWerent , of business. He would reason that to keep on putting in new money was futile. That is practically what is' hap pening to the railroad business, which i survey will b0 IIlu,e , ord,!r (0 ,etj milBt appoa, tQ Ue ,nveBtment worW ' . approximate estimate of the sgrl-1 for the money for It. expansion cultural und food resources of the , Tho S. I Bulletin. country. A feeling that oviirproduc- . tlon and corresponding low prices ROGUE RIVER SAL- muy follow this effort by the farmers MON PACK STARTS Is being refuted by the government, j It seems possible that through the ; tanneries Voluntarily Increase Price department of agriculture a guaran- ''n,' Hshermrn. tee price and means of distribution ! of food products wilt luter be offered! Tlie firBt of the "sw BR,mon Duck ho farmers. I " "gue river camo out Wednesday. The various farmers' organizations ! Tl,ure w0r9 1200 CU8eB and 11,0 qua!' of the state are co-operating in get ing open meetings of their locals on May 12. The farmer of Columbia county are urged to enter Into the plan and continue their patriotic sup port of our country in this hour of neid. RAILROADS ENTITLED TO FAIR RETURNS If a manufacturer was continually mlurKing his plant and handling more goods, rendering more and bet ter service to his customers, and yet it the end of ten years found thai .'or the entire period he was making 10 more money than he made before 'io began to Increase his plant and his service, he would probably begin ity In said to be tho bout packed in years at Weddorburn. The fishing season Is opening with a larger run than common and some bo:.ts havo run as high as 41 fiuh this early in the season. Tho fishermen obtained a volun tary raise In the price of fish. The seuson Is exported to be a profitable one to both employers and fishermen I wish to announce to my old cus tomers and to prospective cuntomert that I am at home every Fridsy and Saturday to take orders for tho Mr- bo no Corset. Will call at your home or receive orders by mall at your convenience. MKS. MOFFETT, tf Houlton, Ore. Always trade in your home town IS ' EQUITY. SUMMONS. nICKLES PICKLES J ICKLES Lay in your supply now, as we are making a special sale on pickles. Sour Gherkins, per quart 20c Sweet Gherkins, per quart . .30c Dills, per dozen . . . . 20c Ripe Olives, per pint 25c Green Olives, per pint 25c QUALITY GROCERIES are our specialty. We endeavor to give you value received and prompt service. If you are not one of our many customers now, give us a trial order so that we may demonstrate our ability and willingness to serve. ST. HELENS MERCANTILE COMPANY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 8TATE OK OREGON. FOR THE COUNTY OF COLUMBIA. Noyes-Holland Logging Company, a corporation (Substituted as plaint iff In place of Portland Lumber Company), Plaintiff, vs. Stina Lotta Bergbom Pettersson, Ma tilda Josefina Gustafsson, Gustaf Gustaffson, Adelina Maria Karls son, Anders Johan Karlsson, Al bertina Christina Jobanson, Carl Johan Johanson, Vendla Enblom. PerPersson Lundberg, Svea Han nan la Selen, Olof Selen, Carl Her man Lundberg. Frida Josefina Linder, K E. Linder, Naeml Svens son, Emanuel-Svensson, Eva Soder gren, K. Theodor Sodergren, Alma Lundberg, Sven Johan Lundberg, Johan Edvln Bergbom, Carolina Bergbom, Axel Herman Bergbom and Anna Sofia Jonsdotter Berg bom, also all other persons or par ties unknown, claiming any right, title, estate, Hen or interest in the real estate described In the com plaint herein, Defendants. To Stlna Lotta Bergbom Petters son, Matilda Josefina Gustafsson,' Gustaf Gustafsson, Adelina Maria Karlsson, Anders Johan Karlsson, Al bertina Christina Johanson, Carl Jo han Johanson, Vendla Enblom, Per Persson Lundberg, Svea Hannanla Selen, Olof Selen, Carl Herman Lund-' berg, Frida Josefina Linder, K. E. Linder, Naeml Svensson, Emanuel SvenBson, Eva Sodergren, K. Theo dor Sodergren, Alma Lundberg, Sven Johan Lundberg, Johan Edvln Berg bom, Carolina Bergbom, Axel Her man Bergbom and Anna Sofia Jons dotter Bergbom, also all other per sons or parties unknown, claiming any right, title, estate, lien or Inter est in the real estate described In the complaint herein, the above named defendants: IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON: You and each and all of you are hereby required to appear and answer the amended and sup plemented complaint of the plaintiff filed against you In the above en titled cause on or before Thursday the 31st day of May, 1917, the date prescribed by the court in its order of publication herein, said date be ing more than six weeks after the date of the first publication of this summons, and if you fail to appear and answer on or before that date, tor want thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the above named court for the relief prayed for in its said amended and supplemented com plaint, to-wit: For the judgment and decree of said court quieting its title to the land therein described, and adjudging that It 'Is the sole legal and equitable owner of said land and premises, and every part thereof, in fee simple. Bald real property being situated in Columbia County, in this state, and described as follows, to wit: Northeast quarter (NEU) of Sec tion six (6), in Township seven (7) North. Range Three (3) West, Wil lamette Meridian, being Lota num bered one (1) and two (2), and the south halt of the northeast quarter (SV4NEV ) of said Section six (6) in said Township and Range, and .containing 167. 4b acres, more or I ! less; Y That by said decree It be adjudged W that you, and each and all of you. i t t SucceMora to THE HALL COMPANY Phone 80 If you don't trade with us we both lose money right, title or Inter- or to said land? or A HOME TRADE AT HOI Our work and service is as good as you can get in Portland. Let us- call for your laundry. ' St. Helens Steam Laundry Geo. Watkins, Prop. INDUSTRY Statement of tho ownership, manage ment, etc., of the Mist l'uDiisning Company, as required by the act of congress of August 24, 1912. Title ot publication, St. Helens Mist. Issued Friday of each week Publisher, Mist Publishing Company. Editor, 8. C. Morton. Business Mgr., S. O. Morton. Owners and aunresBes of stockholders holding more than 1 per cent of stock: M. F. itaxon. vv A. Harris, Theresa Morton, Olga Hell born. Known bondholders, mort gagees, or othor security holders ow ing or holding 1 per ceni or more ui total amount of bonds, mortgages or other securities, none. S. C. Morton, editor and business manager. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 10th day of April, 1917. (Seal) E. E. Quick, Notary Public My commission expires April 24. 1920. INDEPENDENT AUTO CO. Agent ST. HELENS, OREGON have no etsate, et whatever in premises; Tho. 1... Dn .Inn.nn Bn .1. I . uai w j mm u v. . . i t; uu, nuu cai... . i and all of you, be forever enjoined and debarred from asserting any claim, estate, right, title or Interest whatever in or to said described land or premises adverse to this plaintiff, and for such other and further relief as to the court mal seem just and equitable, and for its costs and dis bursements herein. This summons Is served upon you by publication pursuant to an order of the Honorable J. A. Eakin, Judge ot the above entitled court, made and entered on the 19th day of March, 1917, which order requires that said summons be published once each week for six consecutive weeks. Tho first publication is on March 30, 1917, and the last on May 11, 1917. GLENN E. HUSTED, Attorney for Plaintiff. 1220 Veon Building, Portland. Ore. 1 Automatic Protection all the way Ccluiiibia River Route Bast Parallels America's Great Highway Joins Weat and Eaat with a Boulavard of Steal PORTLAND CITY OFFICE THIRD and WASHINGTON Wo.. McMorny, C. P. A., PonUod Walk Through Our Bakery fg and examine tho way we do things, how we buy our flour, etc., the kind it is, how we store it, handlo it, mix it, bake it, and then you will be con vinced that there is no more cleanly Bakery to be found. You will then know that you can rely absolutely on the purity and wholesomeness of every loaf of bread you buy here, also rolls, cako, and fancy breads. One visit will convince you. St. Helens Bakery J. E. Ramsey Phone 05 We will selljrou a Maxwell Five-Passenger Touring Car for $725. On May 1st the price will be raised $30. PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW and save this increase. There is no better car made than the Maxwell, price considered. Independent Auto Co. Marahfleld is to have another ship yard. Construction work Is now In progress). The Southern Pacific R. R. Co. will build a new depot at Mill City. H. M. TERRY THE MOTOR TROUBLE MAN Expert Mucliinist. Kring . your auto troubles to uie. Murine work a speciulty. Shop at St. Helens garage. Phone 87 PRICKS ALWAYS REASONABLE Your Printing S. HEUMANN, Prop. PURE FOOD BAKERY WEST ST. HELENS, OREGON WILL DELIVER UREA I) HOT FROM THE OVEN TO YOU PASTRY OF ALL KINDS AND FANCY CAKES A SPECIALTY Ask for Pure Food Bread at the lending grocers: A. T. Klblan, Perry & Graham, A. S. Harrison, Williams A Hall Co., Italian Imortlng Co., Oor Krlckson, Warren Ore., Bread und Pastry, Central Confectionery, W. H. Urower, Prop. Your business Is judged by its quality as a man is judged by his clothes. No "smudge" work at the Mist We do class Printing. Reasonable prices for High Class Work. Mortgage Loans On Improved Farms at the lowest rates and on long time. Repay able in such installments as the borrower may wish. Liberal prepay ment terms nrraugeu. No commissions charged. Loans closed promptly. Mortgages purchased. WM. McMASTER 701 Corbett Iildg. Portland, Oregon ST. HELENS ROUTE ! W.ll.m.ll. Slouah . THE PEOPLES BOAT STR. AMERICA Leaves Portland d illy -2:30 p. iu (Sunday 1:30 p. m.) Arrives St. Helens - 6:00 p. m. (Sunday 3:30 p. m.) Loaves St. Helens - - 6:16 a. m. Arrives Portland - - 10:15 a. m. H. HOLMAN, Agent Makes all way landings. Wharf foot Alder street. Phones: Main 8323, A-4204. FRANK WILKINS. St Helens Agent. A little want ad in the St. Helens Mist will bring results.