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S. P. & S. TIME TABLE I
From Portland
Leaves
Arrlvei
Ht. Iluluiu
:lla. m.
1:43 p. in.
6:34 p. m.
7:09 p. ui.
Train. Portland
No. II 8:10 a. m.
No. 2B 12:35 p. ui.
No. 27 6:8S p. ui.
No. 23 6:16 p. iu.
To PortUml
Loavos Arrlvos
Traill. 8t. Helen Portland
No. 26 7:68 a. m. :Ha.m.
No. 22 11:21a. hi. 12:20 p.m.
No. 28 3:66 p. m. 6:00 p. m.
No. 24 8:64 p. m. K:66 p. in.
IIiimw leave for station about 20
mluutei lu advanco of aliovo tlnio.
Mortgage Loans
On Improved
Farms
at the lowest rates and
on long time. Repay
able In audi Inatalluiouta
aa the borrower max
wish. Liberal prepay
ment ternia arranged. No
commissions charged.
Ixiani closed promptly.
Mortgages purchased.
WM. McMASTER
701 Ci.rlwtt lll.lg.
Portluml, Oregon
PERRY GRANITE CO.
Karl Terry, Mgr.
301 4th St. Portland, Ore.
Designers and Manufac
turers of Monuments.
Deal with us direct and
thus save agent's commis
sion. For Good Work, always
the cheapest.
Lynch & Muhr
HAIR CUTS, SHAVES,
SHAMPOOS
Everything in the Barher
Line done up in Style
Our shop is Strictly Clean
and Sanitary
Come in and See us
HT. IIKLKNS
Save Gasoline Save Tires
--Drive a Maxwell Car
The automobile has suddenly become
more than ever a necessity in passenger
service.
We must go about from place to place to
carry on our part of the world's work.
We can no more get along without motor
cars than we can without the telegraph or the
telephone.
But motor cars to-day must be light, dur
able, economical.
The Maxwell has always been light, dur
able, economical made so to meet an im
mense, sensible demand that has existed all
the time.
To-day that demand is universal.
Don't take any chances.
Buy a Maxwell the standardized car
whose economy and durability have been
proved.
Twine Car $745 1 Riadmr $745; Cup, $1095
Btrlint $1095 1 &Jan $1095. F.O.B. D'troit
COLUMBIA CO. AUTO SALES CO.
Agents, St. Helens, uregon tp
a Mai
A NATIONAL RAG-PICKER
WhllB the United mates In heal
tntlng about creating a national
Junkman to reclaim the fortune to
be gotten from the ualvnge of all
sorts of war material, Great llrltaln
la acting. And she Ih finding II
greatly worth whllo. Take the sin
gle Item of rags and discarded
clotheK.
In ono montli U h estimated Brit
aln'a rugplckers Iiuto aaved $.'100,000
from the waste In the ounipn and bat
tle rit!ldn of Plunders. All inunnur
of dlKcardod uniforms, all aorta of
clothing, all stray piece of cloth an
gathered and sent to a depot estab
llBhed In Knglaiid. There everything
Ih cleuned and Ita new uses deter
mined. If Grout llrltaln can nave
that much In a Dingle month on rags
what could the United Htuteti Have
during the war on all the metul and
other material that will be thrown
away in Europe and nt home? Chl
jengo Herald.
Hlonmrli Trimble ami CoiiHtipaUon.
j ThOHe who are afflicted with stom
:acli trouble and constipation should
'read the following: "I have uever
j found unythlng bo good for Htomach
trouble and constipation as Chamber
j lulu's Tablets. I have used them off
and on now fbr the past two years
They not only regulate the action of
tho bowels but Htlmulate the liver
and keep one's body in a heulthy
condition," writes Mrs. BenJumlu
Hooper, Auburn, N. T.
Hotel Barber Shop
UK WITT ULDa.
II. T. I1KNNKTT, l'ropr.
MOHT HAN IT A II Y SHOP IN
8T. HELENS
A ItKAI, HIIOK HIIINK
CHILDREN'S HAIR
CUTTING
A 8HX-iulty
M. HOVEN
Steamer RUTH
SAFE, SPEEDY SERVICE
TOWING, JOBBING
Passenger accomodations for
100 .
Landing at City Dock
ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1917
LTHE GOOD JUDGE
J TOUR HONOR.L
I YFS A WFFK
RICH TOBACCO IS I
SUPPLY OF
jusr Tnb THING I
FOR THE BOYS-I
CUT IS EASY I
TO CARRY. I
iavca LUGGAGE
f
'PHE Call to the Colors calla for thrift and
A common sense by everybody. A 10c. pouch
of W-B Cut Chewing goes twice as far as lOc.'s
worth of ordinary tobacco. That's the big point:
W-B Cut isn't ordinary tobacco, it's rich tobacco
and a lasting chew.
Mtfc lr WEYMAN-BRUTON C0MPAMT.' 110? BrJw.y. N York City
COURT PROCEEDINGS
(Continued from Inst week)
I 'uo proclamation beine made, tho
following proceedings were hud.
Journal read, approved and signed,
On thin KM, ilnif T ....! ' :
On this
1917, comes on for hearing the neti.
" 1 j v a v . : i, 1 1 j iirri .
tion of I). Crowley et al., freehold
er residing In the road district or
districts of the said proposed road,
praying for the establishment of a
County Hotid described as follows:
lleginuliiR at a point on the line
between sections nine (9) and six
teen (16), said point being west four'
hundred slxty-tw (462) feet from
the corner of section nine, ten, fif
teen and sixteen in Township three
(3) North, Range two (2) weBt of
the W. M.; thence S. 8 degrees 30
minutes W. 4500 feet to the main
south Scappoose Creek County Road.
Said road to be forty (40) feet In
width.
And it satisfactorily appearing to
the t ourt from the proof tiled herein
that due notice of the nendencv of
this proceeding lias been given asl111' 12.00; N. O. Larnbee, auto to
by law required, and that twelve of
the suld petitioners are residents and
legal freeholders of this County re
siding in the Koad District or Dis
trict:! of the said proposed road, and
that a good and sufllcient bond has j
been given and filed herein:
It is therefore ordered
by the'
Court that the Hoard of County Koad ; supplies to officers, $21.21; St. Hel
Vlewers meet at the beginning point ens Lumber Co., wood for court
of the said proposed road on thej,10U8e. 16.00; St. Helens Hdw. Co.,
1 9th day of December, 1917, or on i supplies to janitor, $5.28; St. Helens
their failure to meet on said date, I Laundry, laundry for court house,
then within five days thereafter, and
proceed to view, Burvey, locate and
lay out the said proposed road.
It is further ordered by the Couit
that Mr. H. E. Abry, Mr. J. H. Dun
can and Mr. II West be nDDointed I
es a Board or Koad viewers lor the
purpose of laying out the said road.
On tills day the report of the
Vlcwerc appointed to lay out a gate
way as petitioned for by Mr. S. L.
Butler, was read in open Court for
the first time.
On this 6th day of December, 1917.
comes on for hearlre the claim of
J. L. & L. B. Wlckersham of Deer
Island, Oregon, for indemnity in the
amount of Twenty-Five Dollars, for
one grade cow over the age of two
years, slaughtered under the super
vision of the State Live Stock Sani
tary Board, under Chapter 14, Gen
eral laws of 1913, and It appearing
to the Court from the Certificates
and Affidavits on file relative there
to, that said animal was slaughtered
on the 22nd day of October, 1917,
nt Goble, Oregon, under tho super
vision of D. W. Mack, and that said
claimant has complied with all the
provisions of said Chapter 14 Gen
eral Laws of 1913, and all laws re
lating thereto,
It Is therefore ordered by the
Court that said claim be, and the
same is hereby allowed.
It is further ordered by the Court !.
that the Clerk be, and be Is hereby
authorized and Instructed to Issue a
General Fund Warrant In the amount
of $12.60 in favor of the sr.ld J. L.
& L. B. Wlckersham, this amount
being one-half of the sum eo allowed '
as Indemnity. I
It In further ordered by the Court j
thit the Clerk prepare and transmit 1
to the Secretary of State, a certified ,
copy of this order
n n,(i iinv i In ordered hv the
Cour that Mr. H. E. Abry, Mr. J.
M Pointer and Mr. J. B. Duncan be !
and they are hereby appointed as a
Board of County ltor.d viewers to j
survey, view and lay out the Chap-'
man road, a Resolution for the es-
tabllshment cf which road wns here-1
tofore made by the County Court.
On this day it Is ordered by the ,
Court thut Mr. II. E. Abry, Jan. Ken- Samaritan hospital, care or eicn
nedy and Fritz Anllker be and they'et nl.; $172.65; C. L. Hatfield, care
are hereby appointed as a Honrd of; of Stanton, $19.75; A. J. Peel, care
County Koad Viewers to survey, view of Stanton, $20.00; Willis Deal, care
and lay out the Clark-Wilson Road, of Hall, $30.00; Fred Trow, supplies
a Resolution for tne esiauusumeni
having been heretofore made by the
County Court
On this day the l;loric presents loimuiun i w iaku.r u., mo i
the Court his statement of Scalp trol, $11.00; St. Helens Mist, sup
ii,..iuu indued diirlnir the month of! Piles to treasurer, $ .65; St. Helens
Mnvnmlmr. as authorized by law and
hnlnir as follows:
Nov. 12, 1917, Warrant No. 7160
for $2.00 In favor of Geo. Adams,
and the Court being advised in the
matter. It Is ordered that said state
ment be and the same is horeby ap
proved and accepted.
On this day the Report of the
noard of Viewers, appointed by the
Court to survey and Ity out a public
Gateway as petitioned for by S. L.
Butler was read in open .Court for
the second time.
On this day claims against tho
County as heretofore filed with tho
Clerk of the t'oiirt were anowea in
the various amounts as carried out
on the, face of caid claims anil being
aB follows:
General Fund
H. O. Howe, work for roadmaster,
$90.00; J. W. McCallio'.er, work for
roadmaster, $6.00; H. J. McCalllster,
work for roadmaster, $4.60; H. E.
Abry, expense of roadmaster, $24.65;
AT A rau7
r..1..1
f MORE AND F
f I rue nrrr I
I
w - el
II. E. Abry, fee for auto license,
$66.00; E. A. Gessell, auto to road
maBter, $2.50; Independent Auto
Co., care of Ford car. $61.66: L. J.
van OrHlioven, county surveyor.
,$42.09; L. J. Van OrHlioven, county
-' I V
surveyor, $31.60; H. G. Smith, work''
for Hlirvpvnr 1M ? nun Pnnlunn 1
work for surveyor. 19 0(1' fnlnmhi-i .
i
Co. Abst. Co., insurance of truck, A
$3.36; Clatskanle Chief, prtg. road 14
notice, $6.60; King & Culbertson, 1 2
wurn un iu. wain, tuz.zu; marie
Paulson, wnrk for HcuPRHfir fin
Ileulali Smith, work for assessor, : 4
$2. DO; Mahoney & Krueger, repair
r.dding machine, $19.84; C. W.
Blakesley, expense aa assessor,
tlR n i ' Anna 1 . . i Ir 1 r. 1. f ,, Mnn
urer, $10.33; J. W. Hunt, postage
and express, $8.43; Clatskanle Chief,
printing for treasurer, $ .75; Bessie
llattan, work for clerk, $57.75;
Ilushong & Co., supplies to clerk,
$4.09; Gertrude Phillips, work for
sheriff, $67.38; H. E. LaBare, ex
penses of deputy sheriff, $9.00; I.
E. Knowles, deputy sheriff, $26.84;
Independent Auto Co., auto to sher
theriff, $6.00; E. C. St.inwood. post
age, $10.00; W. E. Clark, deputy
sheriff, $4.25; J. F. Johnson, auto
to sheriff, $1.20; T. M. Hurlburt,
work for sheriff, $3.65; E. C. Stan-
wood, expense of sheriff, $61.48; Pa-
ciflc Tel. & Tel. Co., telephones.
'50.35; Kilham Sta. & Prtg. Co.,
C onstantlne, work on
court house, $5.50; E. A. Rotger,
supplies to court house, $2.00; St.
Helens Light & Power Co., light for
court house, $22.70; Mrs. S. C.
Knighton, witness before grand Jury,
z.uu; ueo. rouer, wuness Deiore
grand Jury, $2.00; Pauline Negro,
witness before grand Jury, $2.20; A.
Van Dolah, witness before grand
Jury, $2.60; Sophie Doh'.n, witness
before grand Jury, $2.00; M. H. Al
vord, work for district nttorney,
$30.00; Judnon Weed, county com
missioner, $7 2.00; A. E. Harvey,
county commissioner, $90.40; W. L.
Marshall, auto to Court, $2.00; War
ren Freeman, auto to Court, $6.00;
R. S. Hattan, expense, $2.10; Clats
kanle Tel. Co., telephone for Harvey,
$2.25; Clatskanle Chief, supplies to
commissioner, $3.50; J. B. Doan,
J. of P., $25.00; H. P. Watkins, J.
of P., $1.45; H. P. Watkins, J. of
P., $11.60; Win. Meehan, witness,
$2.90; Ralph Meehan, $2.90; W. E.
Clark, $2.50; Geo. Potter, $1.60;
John Dethnian, $1.50; Edgar Muckle,
$1.50; J. T. Tabor, $1.50; Noble Van
Dolah, witness before grnnd Jury,
$1.90; Jack Appleton, $2.30; O. J.
McConnell, $2.50; John Wolf, $1.50;
jurors in J. of P. Court, T. N. Nuch
ols, $1.00; Frank Hill, $1.00; L. A.
Puzey, $1.00; F. W. Christie, $1.00;
H. W. Miller, $1.00; H. W. Fogel,
$1.00; H. P. Watkins, J. of P., $ .50;
M. F. Hazen, constable, $8.35; T.
S. White, coroner, $16.40; Doris
Wood, stenographer for school su
perintendent, $60.00; J. W. Allen,
expenses of S. S., $26.74; O. H.
Holmes, auto to school supt., $24.00;
II. J. Southard, auto to school supt.,
$2.00; H. J. Southard, truant offlcer,
$7.50; J. W. Allen, postage, $22.91;
C. H. Briggs & Co., cupplies to So-
bietiki, $20.00; Good Samaritan hos
pltal, care of Welch, $35.45; L. G. .
Ross, cure of paupers, $11.60; J. J.
Purney, supplies to Enneberg,
$40.45; A. S. Harrison, supplies to
Aiiiiruii, io.oa, m. uii,
supplies to Bronsou, $7.00; George's
Market, supplies to Pease, $ .50;
Wm. Skuzle, supplies to Pease,
$ 1.75 ; Wo d, Stuart & Ostrander,
medical am to nierrin, o.u; uoou
i iu oiuramui, fiu., v. a. v "'--.
aid to Daniels, $9.00; N. P. Baker,
I supplies and care of Overton, $38.50;
Mist, pub. Court proceedings, $43.05;
St. Helens Mist, prtg. road notices,
$11.20; St. Helens Mist, supplies to
school supt., $6.45; St. Helens Mist,:
road notices, $3.06; St. Helens Mist,
supplies to roadmasier, $3.75; S'..
Helens Mist, supplies to Co. Judge,
$7.00; St. Helens Mist, supplies to
sheriff, $13.65; Rnlnier Review, pub. j
Court pro., $43.65; A. F. Harnett,'
clork, 'postage and expense, $30.00;
Plaza Pharmacy, supplies to county
charges, $13.26; S. W. Dahlgren,
supplies to poor farm, $24.37; Road,
Supervisors, G. W. Grant, $42.00;!
W. O. Cooper, $35.00; U. W. Clark,'
$23.62; John Burns, $84.00; F. An
llker, $80.60; T. J. Fllppln, $84.00;
P. A. Burnham, $52.50; Edlln Peter-,
son, $36.00; T. B. Mills, $87.50. I
liond District No. 1 - I
Fred Grant, $18.00; Fred Grant,
$39.00; L. Brown, $68.50; C. J.
Snndatrom, $9.00; C. J. Sandstrom,
$9.00; D. Garrison. $49.60; Watts
(Continued, on Page 7)
Xmas Presents
for the Autoist
SPOT LIGHTS
$7.30
to $10.30
AUTO ROBES
$4.00
to $10.00
Trouble Light and other useful and
neci'HHury automobile accesiMtriea.
Independent Auto Co.
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.
A HOME INDUSTRY
Your
Bank
We would appreciate your
checking account whether it is
large or small.
When you pay your bills by
check your c'.ubs provide you
with a convenient record of
every transaction, while the
cancelled checks returned by
the Bank provide you with an
undisputable receipt for all pay
ments made.
THIS IS YOUR BANK
We are here to give you the
best service consistent with
good banking.
The Columbia County Bank
St, Helens, Oregon
Oldest in the Count Interest on Savings Deposits
Year-End
Holiday Fares
Three Dollars for
the Round Trip
From
all
North Bank
Road
Stations
between
Portland and
Clatskanie
TO
DECEMBER 22, 23, 24, 25, 30 and 31
Stopovers West of Astoria
ON S. P. & 5. RY.
Return limit Wednesday following date of sale
W. P. FOX, Agent St. Helens, Oregon
The Bargain Store jl
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
SHOES, GROCERIES
SOME SPECIAL VALUES
Ladles' White Lawn Tea Aprons. . ISc
4 cakes Toilet Soap 15c
Child's Tan Linene Embroidered
Dresses, 1 to 3 years size .... 85c
Child's White Embroidery
Dresses, 2 to 4 75c
Ladles' Striped Voile Waists ...65c
Ladies' Tub Silk Waists Messaline
collars and cuffs $1.25
Kimonas 50c
Other values accordingly.
A splendid line of Dishes.
Holiday Goods a Specialty,
bo your Christmas shopping at
THE BARGAIN STORE
IRIS OLIVER, Houlton
FT. STEVENS
SEASIDE
GEARHART
ILWACO
NAHCOTTA
or any beach point,
CLATSOP or
NORTH BEACH

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