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ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1917
Issued Every 1-Ylilay by
THE MIST PIBLISHINU COMPANY
S. C. MORTON'. .Editor and Manager
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
One Year . .
Six Months
.l.r0
.75
Entered as second-class matter,
1 ...... 1 Hlli 1 Q I O - , ,l.0 nnatnfjl,.,
at St. Helens,' Oregon, under the act
ot March 3rd, 1S79.
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."
PERMANENT ROADS ARE IXEVIT
ABLE The hard-curfaced road is inevit-
v.. rn-t .uv irm ti.i.
able.
fact. It has been proven so conclu-
sively so many times that those who
0m
cannot see the writing on the wall shape and train for war, it is the eery u' uw.-w.ui. i...-u
look with closed eyes. The "all- nation," the president has declared forth a united protest from the mer
year" road that will let the farmer And so on June 5, between sunrise thants of that town, but the officials Lv. St. Helens
haul his produce to market without
making a day's job of it; the road
that will bring the tourist travel to
our state; the road that will develop
Oregon as nothing else will develop
it is the permanertly improved
road. We must educate the people
to the truth of this. We must show
them that it is time for Oregon to
come forward with a comprehensive
system of state highways a system
that will Include all our main market
routes. All of our roads expend!-
tures from now on should be made
on the basis that tho main roads
must be hard-surfaced, if not right
now, then iu the very near future,
The time is past wheu we should
consider the advisability of paving
our main roads if we have to con-
sider motorized transportation. F.
S. Gunning, county judge of Wasco
county, Oregon.
TODAY IS THE FOUNDATION' OF
TOMORROW
Everyone should start with a pur-
pose in life. Our destiny we may not
know, but we can do the best we
can at the moment we are doing it.
Life is not based on tomorrow, but
on today. We are advanced by to
day's work. Yesterday is the foun
dation of today, and today is the
We either
foundation of tomorrow
make progress by today's work, or
we step back. In the exercise of
encrby and purpose to make progress
today is the key of the fouudution
of business character.
A HUMANE ORGANIZATION
The American Red Star will take
its place beside the American Red
Cross in humane work on the bat
tlefields of Europe if the plans of a
newly organized society go through.
The Red Star Society proposes to
alleviate the sufferings of horses,
dogs and mules which are engaged
In dangerous work. An organization
similar to the Red Star is said to
have saved 105,000 out of 150,000
-wounded horses In Europe.
TIME FOR OREGON TO MAKE A
START
Tho time haa come for Oregon to
make a start in the direction of per
manent state highway construction.
Washington, to the north, will spend
$6,500,000 ln the next two years.
j . . '
and Oregon proposes to expend $6,-
..., .
000,000 In five years.
California In the second biennial
fu.( munou ...
two years by the state and the coun-
ties as much more.
indications are tnat conservative
counties are awakening to the need
of getting out of the mud and dust
by the state as a whole.
We have received a copy of the
most useful and handy little volume j
of 4 8 pages. Booklet 272 "Roster of
the Slrty-Fifth Congress of the
United States," published by the J
American Protective Tariff League, '
New York, and mailed with the com-1
Dliments of the league to all of its
I
connections. The roster is a convenl-
ence which should be on every man's
desk. It contains a full list of the
senators and representatives of the
Sixty-Fifth Congress and the congres-
sional tariff committees. The large
number of letters from congressmen
and business men expressing una
bated interest in protection as the
right American policy ln peace or in
war are very Interesting.
Every voter ln Columbia and Clat-,
nop county should vote yes for the 1
bonds. The first piece of work to be
5 one will be in these counties. We
can lose nothing, but we will gain
much. Vote yes, and help pull Ore
gon out ot the mud.
1 SPENCE AXO THE 1UXI) ISSl'K
: C. E. Spence, master of the Stat
Grange, in a long article to tlievOre
gonian, gives as one of the reasons
why the $6,000,000 road bond issue
should not pass that
S Benson be- i
lloves that "vVarrcnlte Is a 'perfect I
paving' and said so at Forest Grove i
. in a public meeting."
others who believe as
There are
Mr. Benson
does- A trP over tl,e "lunn' "'Kn
way will demonstrate that the paving j
' is perfect. However. Mr. Benson, to !
'r knowledge has not said there
our Knowieuge uas not saia mere
, were no other perfect pavements, nor
! has he said the road system would
' be paved with Warrenite. Mr. Spence yet 'tis Truth alone is strong. ; for in her complaint, to-wlt: A uo
, , . ' cree of divorce from you dissolving I
in most of his speeches against the: ... ., . ., I- ..f ,,,iriiiumv lierotofure i
, . , . . . ,. ,,K ,, Backward look across tho ages and tho bonds of matrimony n roiuiuri
bond issue baa not dealt with facts. beacon.nioments see. and now existing between yourself
,but seemingly is playing Wrrrcnito- That like the peaks of some sunk , and tho plaintiff and for tho euro and j
Benson-Yeon in the hopes of arousing continent, just through Oblivl- custody of tho minor children named i
, Jin her complaint. vl: Jennie A.,:
antagonism so mu issuu.
ll IS quite
apparent that he is endeavoring to
make the granges his own political
party, and the fact that many granges
have gone on record as favoring the
bonds is a repudiation of Mr. Spence
end his political game.
THE CALL IS SOUNDED
The president's proclamation of a
registration
day when the young
manhood of the country shall enroll
Itself for wartime service has been
Issued. "It is not an army we must
and dark, the young men are to step
forward and offer themselves, each
for the work he can best psrform.
It will be a day the like of whir!,
the world has never seen, and will
show our enemies that we are a peo-
pie who will not hang back when
our duty is made plain.
The selective conscription plan is
indeed a most wise plan; there can
be no individual preference. The
man whose services will count heavi-
est on the battlefield will be sent to
the fighting front, and the mechanic.
engineer and professional man will
be assigned to some duty wherein
he will aid the nation, and the man
behind the plow will join the colors
In some industrial role.
"The whole nation," says the presi- j
dent, "must be a team in which each j
man shall play the part tor which he
is best fitted."
Ready to play their part, the young
manhood of Columbia county will of
fer themselves on June 5. There will
be n0 laggards.
DID YOU KNOW
That the Italian front is longer ;
than the French, British and Belgian
fronts combined? '
That some of the Italian positions
Can nIy be reacned ,n hask3ts slung!
from wires?
That some of the most famous
churches in Venice have been' de
stroyed by Austrian airplanes, which
have raided the city more than 100
times?
That ln sixty days the Italians
mobilized and equipped and trans
ported to the front an army of half
a million men?
That the French have built a 52
centimeter gun which fires a shell
weighing one and a half tons?
That the French have in com mis-
sion 7000 airplanes?
n.. . . . . , ,,
That tear-producing shells are
more effective and more generally
used than asDhvxiatins eas?
That in places the Austrian and
! t. ii . v , , -
j Italian trenches are only six feet
aPart?
That on the west?rn front men
! have been drowned in the mud?
m. t v . .
! That Infantry charges are now le i
;by officers in airplanes?
Tho tl,A RcltlaYl hnVA r.r.r, wl H ,
, t everything on
',ha hilnli IL
the battlefield; that even the rags ar
: ,,, ,, ,..
collected and sold?
, Thn, ,ha . ... .
hind the British front Is denser than
tne traff,c on Ffth avenue Ncw
York( and ,g wniTon.A h traffic
llcemen?
That the French have organized a
corps of scenic painterc to paint scon-
try to deceive the German airmen?,
That In a heavy bombardment tho
,r,,i, r bi.i . i .....
, Dl" '"o0 a iiu.u uu em uui 111 lhu
1 .
iIovr'
That soldiers whose faces have
been blown away have been given
new faces by American surgeons?
That an American woman is giving
phonograph concerts In the Belgian
first-line trenches?
Ti.ot i nn a a. -..,.
' " " ""'"1 IIICU
$1,600,000 worth of shells at Arras:
that In one week the Germans fired
240 tralnloads of shells at Verdun:
that In one .month tho British fired
5,000,000 shells on the Somme?
Exchange.
World's Sheep
It Is estimated that there are 652,
000,000 sheep in the world. Austra
11a holds about 93,000,000, Queens-'
land's share of that figure balng 21,-
786,600. Australasia contributes
two - elevenths of the world's total.
The port commission at Astoria
has bought an $85,000 dredge which
will be used for deepening the chan
nels of the lower Columbia river.
L.
,10
Ih Falsehood.
Onco to every ninn end
thu moment to decld
In the strife of Truth with
for tho good or evil side;
Some great cause, i.ira new .wesmim,
ir...iH. ......1, Urn Itloitin nr
. aghi"
parts the goats upon the loft hand,
and the sheep upon the right.
And the choice goes by-forever 'twist
that uarKiiess nnu mui uri".
nllsl tliml C10scn. O my people, on
whose party thou slialt stand.
Ere the Doom from Its worn sandals
- "-"' " -- .,,
j land?
Thoueh the cause of Evil prosper,
,i..
rsoi an ear in coun ur u.nrnci ui mo.
low foreboding cry
Of those Crises, God's stern winnow-
ers. f rem whoso feet earth's'
chaff mutt fly;
Never shows the'cholce momentous
till judgment hath passed by.
James Hussell I-owell.
During these raggedy-edged times
the California and Hawaiian sugar
refinery at Crockett issued an order
to present to every head of a family
in the employ of the company with
a 25-pound sack of sugar at tho end
Pve the kicking storekeepers to
understand the company would start
a store of its own If they did not lay
down and be good llttlo fellows. The
local paper says this sugar refinery
is a most humane concern and this
act Is appreciated.
Fourteen graduates from the St.
Helens high school is a good showing.
ne money invesiea Dy uie tarpaj ers
ln locating these bright boys and
,rl8 was weU ePnded. St. Helens
has right ,0 feel Pr0U(J of 118 Pub"
se,1ools.
The paper mill at Lebanon lias In
creased the wages of Its employes GO
I cents per day.'
A contract has been
contract nas oeen let at ( or-
vallis for tho construction
tho construction of an
apartment house that will cost J23,
000. The port commission at Astoria
has let a contract for a 1,000,000
bushel concrete wheat bin to cost
$174,000.
Philomath is making rapid strides
as a manufacturing town. . A handle
and furniture factory has been added
to its present industries. s
Always trade in your home town.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON. FOR COL
UMBIA COUNTY.
Cora Landcraft, plaintiff, y. C. R.
Reeves and Blanch Rambo, de
fendants. By virtue of execution, judgment
decree and order of sale Issued out
of the above entitled court In tins
above entitled case to me directed
and dated this 10th dav of Mav
i 1 1, upon liiuement rendered
upon judgment rendered In
881,1 court on the 9th day of April.
r ,01 lora '"""aft
against ( . R. Reeves and Blanch
Rambo. defendants. In the sum ot
$500.00 with interest at the rate of
Ppr cent per annum from Anril lt.
i,9,!15,E"(1 V'8 furt!'er. BUm of ,75 0
attorneys fees and the further sum
of $16.50 costs and disbursements.
and costs upon this writ command-
In me to make a sale of the follow-
d.er,bi1real, p!op!y- l-w,t:
A" of tno SE of the SE'ji of sec-
tlon thirty-five (35 I Twp. 5?R Vw
of tho Wil. Mer. In Columbia County
and State Of llri'fffin
Now, eton. by virtue of said
execution, Judgment decree and or-
,ier of Kale Ami in Mn,
OI Bale' fnu 'n compliance with
the commands of sa d writ I will
on .,. 9lll d.AV nl .w'
iiour of 10 o'clock A. M. at the front
door of the County Court House ln
St. Helens, Columbia County, Ore
gon, sell at public auction (subject
to redemption) to the highest bidder,
cash in hand, all the right, title and
interest which tho within named de
fendants or either of them hnrt r,n
the first day of April, 1915, the date
or Ule mortgage herein foreclosed, or
since that day had in or to the nhnvn!
, ( i .
described oronertv nr nnv nn ti,A.A
of to satisfy said execution. Jude -
ment decree or order of sale, to -
gether with interest, costs and accru -
Ing costs.
E. C. STANWOOD,
Sheriff of Columbia County. Ore-
gon.
Dated this 10th day of May, 1917.
nrst issue May 11, 1917, last Is-
J,,n ll 1017
' '
NOTK K Ty CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been appointed ex-
ecutor of tho estate of Levi W. Hall
deceased, by the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Columbia Coun
ty, and has qualified. AH persons
having claims against said estate are
hereby notified to present same, duly
verified, to the undersigned at 930
chn.nhe'r
Commerce Building.
Portland, Oregon, or at the La
w Of-
fice of J. W. Day. St. Helens. Ore
gon, within six months from tho date
hereof.
Dated and first publication, May
11th, 1917.
GEO. D. YOUNG,
Executor.
J. W. DAY,
Attorney. 2 1-6
THE PHESEXT CRISIS
SIMMONS
"JftW&MSBj PROFESSIONAL CARDS
I'MIUA COUNTY. , i A A A A A A AAA AoAt
M:iry E. Tanner. Plaintiff, vs. Hubert;""
Tanner. Defendant.
1 To Hubert Tanner: In the name,
of tho S'.ato of Oregon you are here-j
, by required to appear anil answer the.
'complaint filed against you in uw
above entitled sun wiiiiiu m -
fr,n.i ihn d.ito of tlio first publication
f iIHh summons, or the 22nd day
of June, 1917. the first publication
to bo niaile on tho I St h day of May,
117, and the last on t he i .nd day
I of June. 1917 and . P;
,,., .,,.,, wlt IiIti
, time specified the plaintiff will upply
, to this Court for the relief prayed
ii'.iiu, ,) iiunFcn Tanner, and for.
v.v.
such further relief as to me loun
may seem Just In the premises.
Order for publication made and
entered by Hen. H. S. Ilattan, County
Judge of Columbia County, Oregon,
First publication Mry 1". 1917.
Last publication. June 22, 1917.
M. J. MacMAIION. of Portland,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
(JT UnriP DflDTIflWIl MINI I INF !
01. IILLLMO I UlWlnUU nUlU UHL ,
FHAXK SHKPARD. Prop.
SCI1 EDI l.E
A. M.
. .7:30
. 7:45
. 8:00
. 9:20
.10:00
.11:50
P. M.
1:30
1:45
2:00
3:20
4:00
5:50
Warren
Scappoose . .
Ar. Portland . .
I.v. Portland . .
Ar. St. Helens.
Snt unlit) s nml SuiiJu'S
Special trip leaving St. Helens 0 p. in
Leave Portland 1 1 p m.
RELIABLE SERVICE
FOR FARM LOANS
SEE ME
I represent Eastern companies
who Loan Money at
LOWEST INTEREST
RATES
anil on Eay Terms.
I am agent for (be
UNION CENTRAL LIFE
SI RANCE CXt.
IS.
i
and the Leading Fire Insurance
Companies
HAROLD P. ROSS
THE INSURANCE MAX
Orriie with J. W. Day, Bunk
HuildinK
J. VV. Haggquist
Cleaning
Pressing
All work done promptly
and in first-class shape
Give me a trial
Shop in Hewit Building,
n;xt door to Hotel Barber
shop.
PERRY GRANITE CO.
Earl Perry, Mgr.
301 4th St. Portland, Ore.
Designers and Manufac
turers of Monuments.
Deal with us direct and
thus save agent's conimis-
sum.
For Good Work, always
the cheapest.
f .
Vf Y S r.lm
P m m m u H
! 1 - I I I I m .Sk I
! VJA
1 AIS 1 1"LUIC "e famous ROOT and
i ,1EKKY remedy for RHEUMATISM
1 ontains no opiates or chemical, nn.i
no opiates or chemical, nml
! Wlli not injure tho most delicate
, sl0I"a:li or digestion. Results guar-
; anteeu or money refunded. Price
l co outfit. For sale by
A. J. DEMING
Phone 1.1
HL Helens, Oregon
Str. IRALDA
Rates lietween St. Helena and
Portland, BO cenU one way, 75
cent fur the round trip.
Tickets good until used.
Boat leaves St. Helen 7:55 a. m.
Return!. leaves P..rtliini 2:30 o. m
J Arrive at St Helens A -45 p. m.
f. I. HOOCHKIRK
E. A. ROSS
I iineml Plrwtor Kiulwlmw
.,,,,,,,, pilono 23
Residence K-29
Hunk lll.lg., St. Helens, Ore.
,
r)R P E. WADE
PIi)nMhii and Hiirgoou
I'hone 99
Mucklo Bldg. St. Melons,. Ore.
S. B. IIOSKIN
Ieiith4
Office In Bank Building
llelns. Oregon
DR. L. GILBERT ROSS
Pliysli ln wild Surgeon
Office In Hunk Bldg. fit. Helens
DR. EDWIN ROSS
Phywleinit and Surgeon
OfTIrn in Bank Building
St. Helens, Oregon
DR. ALFRED J. PEEL
Pliyxhiun ami Surgeon
Masonic Building
St, Helens, Oregon
i
' DR. S. II. RUSSELL
Chiropractor
MRS. HI SSKI.I,, Indira' Mkmiimv
Motirftuld Cabinet Steam Bath
Hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Phono A38 St. Helens. Ore.
GLEN R. METSKER
Attorney
Office In Bank Building
: Phono 17 St. Hulnns, Ore.
. T. S. WHITE
Undertaker ami Funeral Dim-tor
County Coroner
r ! Phono 54 Residence phone II 3-2
j St. Helens, Oregon
E. S. SNELLING
Attorney at Ijuv
St. Helens.
Oregon
GEO. II. SHINN
Attorney at 1ji w
I-and Titles and Probata Practice
St. Helens, Oregon
J. W. DAY
Attorney at Imw
Bunk Bldg.
St. Helens, Oro.
FRED W. HERMAN
! Attorney at lw
-Rainier, Oregon
LODGES
The Loyal Order of Moose, St. Hel
ens Lodge No. 1238. Meet the first
and third Wednesday of each month.
All visitors cordially Invited.
HARRY BENNETT. Dictator.
W. W. BLAKESLEV, Hoc.
Mlzpah Chapter O. E. S. mueti In
i Masonic Hall the second and fourth
Saturdays of each month.
MRS. LILLA M. CHOUSE, W. M
JOHN PHILIP, Secy.
Tlllloum Trll.o No. 62. Improved
O. R.'M., of Yunkton, Oro., meets at
Its wigwam, second and fourth Sat
( urdays of each month.
I W. (1. BRANNON. C. of It
EBER BROWN. 8ach.
St.' Helens Rebekah Lodge. No
217, meets first and third Thursday
of each month in I. O. O. E. Hall.
Visiting members alwavs welcome
MRS. ORA BENNETT. N U '
MRS. ELLA ALLEN, Sei'y.
Columbia Encampment, No 77
J. O. O. V, meets in the I. O. O. V.
Han, on the second and fourth
Thursduy of each month. Sojourn
ing Patriarchs most cordlully Invited
to meet with us
HARRY BENNETT r. I
C W. ULAKE8LEY, Scribe.
8t. Helens Lodge
fV fir 7S " 11 1' o. o. K.
fl"7TTPw 1 meets In l, I n
the second and fourth Saturdays of
each month, visiting members are al
ay5 JTf.n a-1'-'y welcome.
E ADIN ROSS, Noblo Grand.
HAS. W. BLAKESLEY, Sec
Avon
Lodirn Nn no ir 1 . ..
Pythias meets overy Tuesday even
ing In Cast e Hull hi ii..i.. ,,.
ng Knights always welcome
E. 0. LAWS C r
REESE R. HALL, K. ot li. i &
St. Helens Lodge No. 82
A -' . & A' M- nioets Ut
nod 3rd Siilnr.lnu i
Mb. Visiting brothers cordlnlly
E. A. ROTGER, W. M
E. E. QUICK, Secy.
STEAMER EFIN
.0"'.a.& ,,olt. Owners)
Oonora. freighting. Weekly eVv e
Explosives a specialty. Loaves every
Tuesday at 12 o'clock noon
OAK STREET DOCK
Phono: Muln 2960
St. Helens Landing, Sheldon Dock
A little want ad in the 8t. Helens
Mist will bring results.
Get Away from
RENT HABIT
..v a Hundred tat
the most HiiraW. i .wa
the citv. 5 luC!'on5
j .
Prices ranKe from $75 to
TllCKP Into nr I i
ui t 3111,1
w.vu uuwn and it
to $10.00 per month. R
L. R. Rutherford. M
t. Helens, Oregon
J When You Want
AnIc your grocer fur
NT. HELEN'S IlKHT
He has It.
My Tet the l!t
8L Helens Cooperative Cr.
fry AMorlatlnn
jt
M. HOVEN
Steamer RUTH
n id w a 3 ij 1 I'm irn
TOWING, JOBBING
a m -v i w a uvvuiMWUUtlUlU) Ivi
100
Landing at City Dock
Lynch & Muhr
HAIR CUTS. SHAVES,
SHAMPOOS
KvtTVtliinjr in the I'.arkr
I. me done it in Style
Out shop is Strictly Clean
and Sanitary
Come in and See us
ST. HELENS
Hotel Barber
HEWITT Ill.IMl.
II. T. HKNNETT. Propr.
MOST SANITARY SHOP 1.1
8T. HELEN'S
A REAL SHOE SHINE
CHILDREN'S HAIR
CUTTING
A Spvlally
All Honrs Call at Hotel
t'ourteou Treatment
HTOP AT
ORCADIA
HOTEL
THUS. ISItlSTER, I'rop
('tilt ken Dinner Sunday, l-'X
RATES I.O PER DAY A SB W
Skm IiiI IUte to Regular llirdrn
AAAAAAAAAAAA!
STOP'PAYING RENT!
OWN YOUR OWN HOME
We will build fou a house
on small .monthly pay
ments, at actual cost, and
to suit purchaser.
LET THE RENT
MONEY
you now pay go towards
Durchasincr vour own
, n j
home. See
D. T. Gerdes
St. Helens, Oregon
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