Tlinre are a number of advantages
In wlnlur dairying that should com
nimul It to more dalrymnn. On tnoMt
fur inn tha cow freshen In the spring,
tint nil Increasing nuinbur of pro
irHNlva dairymen are breading tlmlr
miIiiiuIh to drop the calves In the full.
Tlii'y are doing thU because they
hsvo found thatwluter dairying Iiuh
niuny advantages, among which are
First, hlglutr price are obtained
for milk and croam. I
Sucond, lubor on the farm la more
nqmilly distributed throughout the
yntr. If the cow freshen in the
spring they are In full flow of milk
and nood the beat care during the
time that work In tha fluid la moat
pressing. On the other hand, If the
cnwH calve In the fall and are milked
during the winter, the farmer ban
more time to give closo attention to
the ilntalla of the work, and cum ulxo
give hl hired nion employment the
tlona by experiment stations bear out
Fourth, full culve are more deslr
able than those born In the Murine
Young calve ahould bo fed on milk
for aeverul month, after which time at U a. m.
thny miiHt bo weaned und fed on
aolld feed. If they uro born In the
Hprlng thoy will be tormented by the
Hies nil Hunuiier, they may be neg-
loctud becuuMe of the farm work, und
ivlllkfl I lU ,1 1 ..
iv m iiinu iu wuun ineni in me
fall they miiHt he put on a dry wlntei
ration, run calves come at a tlmo
when the dulrymun can give them tne
closest aUentlon and when weaned
they can bo put on gniHH at an uko
when an anally digested and nutrl-
tlouw feed la moHt needed.
ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 28, 1917
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Lesson Huhject: "Christian Sci
ence. Ht. Helena Cltv Hi ll Hut.rt...
NEW GLASS INDUSTRY
The commercial nplnnlng of gluHS
'has been lulely reported as a new
Venice Industry. The atrr.lght libera,
In liuiikw, ure Hiipplied ua kIhkh cot
ton, the curled II hern ure known as
year round, which will Insure a bet- glaii wool; und while felt puds one
ter grade of liolp. 'quarter of one-linlf Inch thick are
Third, the lactutlon period ujnmdo by compressing either. The
lengthened and the nmount of milk 'spun glatw la chlelly used In electrlcul
given during the year la very con-1 Insulation. The gluss wool la sug-
alderably Increaaed. Cow thut frosh
en In the uprlng milk heavily while
gruHH ia good, but the flow of milk
fulls off aa the pant lire dries up,
and with the coming of cold weather
they are nearly dry. If they frexh-
geiited for wigs und vrrlous other
purposes, und the puds may serve as
Cliuinhrrluiii'a Cough Itemed)'.
ThU is not only one of the leat
en in the fall they can at once he land most efficient medicines for
started on a good winter ration, and coughs, colds und croup, hut Is also
when they have been milked six I ploasiint und safe to take, which Is
months It Is time to put them on I Important when medicine must be
pasture, and for a time Die llok of j given to children. Muny mothers
milk will be nearly as greut as that have given It their unqualified en
from fresh cows. Itecent InveHtlgu- dorsement.
MelliiMllHt Episcopal Church
"The Friendly Church," Albert S
Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Morning worship, 11 a. m.
Kpworth league, 6:30 p. in.
Evening service, 7:30.
Subject for the morning, "Looking
AL.KEAGE GREAT: I
WILL BE INCREASED!
The enormous beun acreage was
one of the most revolutionary fea
tures og 1917, but because prices!
have kept up und the demand is still
strong, evon bigger crops will be'
planted next year. More people will
nave good seed Lady Washington,
Mexican Tree und Red Mexican
more lands will be planted, and more!
Inoculation will be applied, sayB Iro-:
fessor Hyslop, who has arranged an :
ll.ickward;" for the evening, "The " y C0Ur8e l0r Jcnuarr 1-
Fool Who Can't lie Told." iarmers weeK at O. A. C.
The year that closes with this Sun-L "f1"1, th rlB,lt W'th helinB'' ,
dav's service. lm hem. n,nt 8,eBn euopiea ror tlie News;
The coming year may he
Now in the time to set
your life In order and begin to make!
the new year better than the last.
A cordial welcome ?.waltB you at all
Letters unclaimed at the St. Hel
ens, Oregon, postofllce for the week
ending December 22, 1917:
II. II. Cook, Esta Johnson, Miss J.
II. Martin, Miller & Davis, Max Mars,
Letters unclaimed by January 5,
1918, will be sent to the division of
IVA E. DODD, Postmaster.
Vear'o duy proceedings. And that
Is Just what the course wll help the
growers to do. How to plant and '
cultivate the crop In both eastern and '
western Oregon will be discussed byi
Prof. Hyslop. How to Inoculate for
biggest yields, will be discussed by
Prof. Ileckwith. Methods of protec
tion from plant diseases and insects!
will be explained by Prof. Uarss and ,
Mr. Lathrop, of the college. Har
vesting, threshing and preparation .
for use of market will be brought out
by F. O. Harris, Benton county's1
leading zean grower. Even the use!
of the cull beans and bean straw as j
stock feed will be. discussed, Prof. ,
Potter handling this end of the sub
Ject. "Deans are a good crop to grow,
and the bean course offers the first :
large opportunity for growers of the
northwest to hear a full discussion
We wish you
A HAPPY NEW Yi:AR
and thank you for your liberal patronage.
VON A. GRAY
Dubroy MtXuf Co. , San Francnro
"From our own, and th xmrience
of Sum owiwn.M know Zcrolr n
to b a most Mtiifaclory motor oil."
Cuyler Lrc, Sin Francisco
"It has prawn ntirelyMtnfactofy."
I. W. Uivitt Co., Lot Angrln
"Zarolrnc U our choice for um in
The Univrrul Motor Co., Sacramento
"have no haaitancy in fcommanrl
lug it to Ford owners."
Thus endorsed by Leading
-bsraiiM that records of their sat
vice aWpartnwnta (how that Zero
Una, correctly refined from Califor
nia aiphai t-baa crude, give perfect
lubrication leaa wear, mora powar,
baat carbon deposit.
Ike Standard Oil for Motor Cars
Dealen mrraf and at ear
For tmctortf jtTere
Th 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 be appreciated.
w ' v v v v v w 'a ti
J PROFESSIONAL CARDS
kaVAAAAAAA.JVrfVrfMMVaof the subject."
E. A. ROSS The Oregon State Irrigation Asso-
Funeral Director Kmbalmer ! elation will hold a two-day session !
business Phone 23 Residence U-2,at Portland, Jun. 2 and 3, and then
Dank Uldg., St. Helens, Ore. adjourn for a one-day Joint session
with the State Drainage Association
And may it
bring to you
I thank you
for the liberal
MEN'S FURNISHINGS DRY GOODS SHoTs
DR. C. E. WADE
Physician and Hurgeon
Muckle Uldg. St. Helens, Ore.
S. B. HOSKIN
Office in Bank Building
DR. L. GILBERT ROSS
Physician and Burgeon
Office In Bank Bldg. St. Helens
P. P. I. E. San Francisco, 1915
The Strongest and Nearest Water,
proof Hhoe Made
1'OK IXKiUKKH, (lttlSKHS, MJIXMK.N AMI Al.h WOKKKKS
TIIKO. IIKHUMAN.N 8IIOK MFti. CO.
641 Thurtuan Street Portland
ASK KOH THU BEKQMANN WATEKPUOOF SHOE OIL
DR. ALFRED I. PEEL
Physician and Surgeon
St. Helens, Oregon
DR. S. H. RUSSELL
MUM. Hl'M-SKM,, Ijtdlea' Masseuse
Moortleld Cabinet Steam Baths
Hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Phone A3 8 St. Helens, Ore.
GLEN R. METSKER
Office In Bank Building
Phono 17 St. Helens, Ore
on Friday of farmers' week. In ad
dition to the state o Ulcers and college
specialists, E. It. Jones, leading soils
man of America, will take part In the
MIST WANT COLUMN
Lost A bunch of keys. Leave at
Strayed Two-year-old white
heifer, has two red spots on shoul
der and Inside red ears. Came to
my place about November 1. Wash
ington Muckle, Warren, Ore. 2-tf
Stray Bull Small bull about one
year old. Owner Is requested to call
at Clover Hill Farm, Deer Island,
and claim lilm. 2-2-x
For Sale or Trade A number of
well broke saddle and driving horses
Will trade for anything of equal
value. L. A. Puzey, St. Helena.
Phone 101F22. 2-3-x
T. S. WHITE
Undertaker and Funeral Director
Phone 64 Residence phone 113-2
St. Helens, Oregon
E. S. SNELLING
Attorney at taw
For Sale A registered Berkshire
boar 10 months old, weight 350 lbs.;
a prize winner; cheap if taken soon;
no further use for him. Pedigree
furnished. See or write T. S. Mor
rell, Deer Island, Ore. 2-2-x
A bag of salt standing where fish
is being cooked will absorb the odor.
For removing marks from light
colored cloth use a piece of India
rubber pencil eraser.
To keep t ins frm orusting place
them near the fire after they have
been washed and dried.
When making bread always warm
the basins and the flour. The bread
will be much lighter.
For mixing cake and pastry an old
marble slab or a piece of plate glass
Is better than a board.
Ginger poultices are as efficacious
as mustard and will not blister. They
are made In the same way as mus
To induce the canary to take a
bath, sprinkle a few seeds upon the
water. This added attraction will
make the bath become a habit.
To stop hiccoughs give the patient
a teaspoonful of granulated sugar
and vinegar. If this does not afford
Instant relief repeat the dose.
GIANT MAGNTE TO
A huge steel magnet is being used
In the Southern Pacific shops at Og
den for the purpose of loading and
unloading scrap at their docks and
unloading and handling castings to
and from cars about the shop
grounds. The magnet Is applied to
a self-propelling crr.ne equipped with
a 40-foot boom. Th magnet has a
lifting capacity of approximately 44,
000 pounds when applied to material
such as a slab with a smooth fr.ee.
The use of the magnet is greatly
facilitating the work about the Og
Fresh cow for sale.
Deer Island, Ore.
Wanted, a feed cutter with not
less than two knives. Must be in
good condition. H. McAdams, Box
11, Mayger, Ore. 1-tf
For Rent A store building cen
trally located. Will remodel to suit
tenant. H. Morgus. 49-tf
GEO. H. SHINN
Attorney at Law
Loud Titles and Probate Practice
St. Helens, Oregon
WuHn'a Pnrtnhln nnnnllna Draa
Saw will make money for you If you
hnvo wood to saw. See Meehan,
Deer Island, or inquire at Mist Office.
J. W. DAY
Attorney at lw
Bank Bldg. St. Helens, Ore.
FRED W. HERMAN
Attorney at ljtvi
The Loyal Order of Moose, St. Hel
ens Lodge No. 1238. Meets the first
and third Tuesdays of each month.
All visitors cordially Invited.
H. A. COLT, Dictator.
W. W. BLAKESLEY, Sec.
Mlzpah Chapter O. E. S. meets In
Masonic Hall the second and fourth
Saturdays of each month.
MltS. LILLA M. CHOUSE, W. M.
JOHN PHILIP, Secy.
Tllllcum Tribe No. 62, Improved
O. K. M., of Yaukton, Ore., meets at
Its wigwam, second and fourth Sat
urdays of each month.
W. Q. H ItANNON, C. Of R.
EBER BROWN, Such.
St. Helens Rebekah Lodge, No.
217, meets first and third Thursday
of each month In I. O. O. F. Hall.
Visiting members always welcome.
MRS. RHODA M'KIE, N. O.
MRS. ELLA ALLEN, Sec'y.
St. Helens Lodge
No 117. I. O. O. F.
meets In the I O.
O. F. building, on
the second and fourth Saturdays of
each month, visiting members are al
ways given a hearty welcome.
E. ADIN ROSS, Noble Grand.
CHAS. W. BLAKESLEY, Sec.
Avon Lodge No. 62 Knights of
Pythias meets every Tuesday even
ing In Castle Hall. St. Helens. Vis
iting Knights always welcome
E. C. LAWS, C. C.
REESE R. HALL, K. of R. & 8.
St. Helens Lodge No. 82,
A. F. & A. M. meets 1st
and 3rd Saturday In each
month. Visiting brothers cordially
B. A. ROTGER, W. M.
E. E. QUICK, Secy,
For Sale Gentle and good driv
ing horse ond rubber tired buggy.
Make inquiry at Deming's Drug
Store. 6 1-tf
For Sale Six-year-old bay mare,
weight 1100; gentle, good driver.
Also good Jersey cow, fresh In Feb
ruary. W. L. Goln, St. HelenB. 61-2x
For best residence lots in St. Hel
ens, near the river, easy terms, write
B. Godfrey, 607 Nortnwesi mag.(
Young pigs for
Perry, Houlton, Ore.
Wanted People to know I am
running a car for hire. My motto Is
snfntY first. Phone A-32 or 64. H
I buy fat cattlo. milk cows, any size
of stock cattle, calves from 3 days
old and up, sheep, hogs, pigs ana
routs. Good weighing scales on
ranch. Frank L. Smith, Smithshlre,
Scappooso, Ore. 36-tf
Chamberlain's Tablets are intend
ed especially for stomach troubles,
biliousness and constipation, and
have met with much success in the
treatment of those diseases. People
who have suffered for years with
stomach trouble and have been un
able to obtain any permanent relief,
have been completely cured by the
use of these tablets. Chamberlain's
Tablets are also of great value f.i
biliousness. Chronic constipation
may be permanently cured by taking
Chamberlain's Tablets and observ
ing the plain printed directions with
E. B. Woods, Prop.
FRESH AND SALT
PHONE 48 Prompt Service
I have 30 choice lota to sell. Will
sell all to one person or one at a
time. Harold P. Ross, Bank Bldg.,
Money to Loan Columbia County
Abstract Co. Boveral thousand
dollars to loan at reasonable rates
on farm land tecurr.y, in amounts
to suit. 46-tf
For Sale Two houses and four
lots, on Hemlock street. Price $3,600.
Torms. Inquire at Columbia County
For Rent 18-acre farm between
Warren and St. Helens, or will rent
house nlone. Address H. W. Helzen-
reter, 401 Graham Ave., Portland,
The Best of j
Our Bread and other baked goods'
are kept at the highest possible
standard In order to hold our trade
If you are not a customer you should
be for It is a home enterprise. We
solicit your trade,
ST. HELENS BAKERY
H. M. TERRY
THE MOTOR TROUBLE
Expert Machinist. Bring your
auto troubles to me. Marine work
a specialty. Shop at St. Helens
PRICES ALWAYS REASONABLE
Lynch & Muhr
HAIR CUTS, SHAVES,
Everything in the Barber
Line done up in Style
Our shop is Strictly Clean
Come in and See us
Strayed 3 Holsteln spring heif-j
ers; edhorned, unmarked. M. H. Mc-j
Whinner, Perry House No. 1, Houl
ton, Ore. 1-tf
ICE CREAM V
7 CIGARS f
For Sale Two dozen White Leg
horn hens (laying); Duroc Jersey
sow; also some hay. Will rent you
a cow to your advantage. M. H.
McWhlnnle, Houlton, Ore.
Columbia Street, near Postoffice
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