ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1918
RALPH E. WILLIAMS
Candidate for National Committeeman
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Rilph B Wim'. ' ui Oregon unit present Hi;.
h National Committeeman I a candidate for r, nlnatloi, , ,t-
V. All Of"0" kno, i.hat W,llllBni .WB I'"' clil.'C funtor In brl.iu i,K
'lut the reunion of the Republican and Progressive , tl, 11t
""ml w.ultln In Oregon being the only state In tIB WeB. .",ta(
.iJiortl'"" for Hughe., iiiai Mr. WlllamsV spl.n, work In hrrmm, i"
fth. rlou- l-ni-nU o ' Hapubltean and Progressive Part.,, u aim,
-fOfnUM n"""'. -" "'"r ui endorsement, written
flllUB, K. Wilcox, retiring chairman of the Republican National Co...'
Iiim 0orK W. Perkins, chairman of the executive committee of the
ubll N"ul1' 1 1?", ,et"er r"r,,r ""l "" I" the State
,t natlonaf camjimsu , iu mi recent meeting of tho It,.
hHIM National Committee at St. Louis, where Mr. Williams' activities
irll lue" """" i"" iim ui co
ihtek no Prnll ln ,ne n throughout tho l'u
A dMfi-ndnnt of Oragon ponenr atock, lila parents having crowed the
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blnl W ur s "7-"-" ""'rii.uiimiii iiuk round alum
Ll Mprewl"" "In1"0 'he outbreak of the war by participation In nil patri
ate w.r scllvllles.
Ai li generally known, seniority In service gives prestige and Influence
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HtMnofU"'" - .... ,,, muiiiiura oh on I Ollgres-
,,,1 emmlttHi. At the present time lift Ik ranked an to seniority on the
Mtlootl Committee by two member only. Thin puts Mr. William In a
jMltloo of power and dlatincllon audi an no new member of the Committee
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n n"""...-". - . v.iiikuii Bii ,nB ainii'u ncneiits
rilch will naturally accrue from lila Increased itanillng.
THUS. II. TONGUE. Jr.
CLYDE 0. HUNTLEY
.. - WILI.AItl) U. MAItKH
WALTKH L. TOOZE, Jr.
' ' K. II. LEWIS .
I). L. I'OVKY
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iThli Information furnlahed by Thoa. II. Tongue, Jr., Clyde U. Huntley, and
cooperation und liurmony
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y ' P. P. I. E. Ban Francisco, 1916
Tlie Htrougnit and Nearrt Waler-
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Good garden seeds
for your war garden
Of course you will have a War Garden,
and you want a good garden. You
won't have it unless you use good gar
den seeds. We have a big line of
The best garden seeds
Northrup, King & Company, Fairy
Seeds and Lilly's Seeds. Also Madde
ville & King Company Flower Seeds.
Better come to our store now and se
lect the kinds you want. -
. St. Helens
If you don't trade with us we f
both lose money.
St. Helens, Oregon
'A CO0D MAN TO WORK FOR IS A COOD MAN TO VOTE FCR '
L. J. SIMPSON
A KUwj.W rhoaon by the many
nien wIhi have worked for i t
The Highest poHBlble ondorBement. The most rigid tost
that his pollcieB. practiced over a period of twenty yonrn,
nre K(l'M, jchT and KFI-iCIKNT.
'Ill K IIKHT I'OHHIIILK l'IMHIF that his pledKB to the
citizens of Oregon are not more "words," but "WOKIIS
HACKKI) IIV WOKKH." , , , .
TIiobo who know him believe IS him. believe 1 His
A 1(1 LIT Y, believe IN his IMHJdKH. They know ho will
give Oregon a CLKAX, IMI'AKTIAIj, IUHIknhi,iki-.
They know It to be true, AIWOLI'TKLY.
In nineteen years he hns employed 21,000 men.
He has always paid good wages.
He never had a strike or a perHonnl Injury suit.
He built mnny homes "on time," never foreclosed a mort-
Kuge or sued on a promissory note.
He has helped many laboring men to acquire tholr homes,
I heir business und their livelihood.
These workers, who know him best, have endorsed him to
a man, have adopted the above slogan and tlmt s 'Will
he Is "Your kind of a man for Governor."
L. J. SIMPSON
Mv 17,1 Paid Ad. Issued by "Simpson for Goveruor Lengue, 41 1
J 7t" Selling Dldg., Portland, OrcRon.
FOOD FOR SOLDIERS
I The quartermaster co-pg, cliirged
wltli tho responsibility of fee('lii and
I'-lolhlug llio w,l,0rMi lg rlKljiy ,.
peeing the food purchnsel for the
roups to nun that on') pure aru-li
ur supplied. As an indication of tin
.r.moiint of food that m tst be oh'.alii 'd
Jw-ys a ntatenient authorized b tho
qiiartermimter general, 1,500,000
men coiihuiiio dally 1,600,000 pounds
of beef, 225,000 pounds of bacon,
; 21(1,000 pounds of ham, 135,000
.ciins of tomatoes, and 225,000 cam
I of Jam with other articles aggregat
; lug 0,750,000 pounds.
Thi-Kfl quantities of foodstuffs are
jfcubjected to thorough Inspection,
which begin at the source and con
tinue until the food is actunlly con
sumed. Each depot of the qusrter-
muster corps Is a central subsistence
i business of Its own, supplying the
! camps, cantonments, aviation fields,
!mid other posts In Its territory. The
'subsistence officers are held respons
ible for the quaflty of the good's they
I r ce've.
1 llefore the supplies reach the de-
pots, however, they are passed upon
by Inspectors In the packing houses,
I canneries, and other sources of orl-
;gln. The records at Washington show
I the capabilities, character, and stand
! nrd of every establishment furnishing
! fond for the army. The specifications
; which tholr products must meet are
clear and exact.
; The Inspection branch maintains a
! current file of unreliable dealers and
junreliuhlo products. Insuring the
elimination of dealers who, having
been denied the right to supply mime
of the many depots of tho army, make
'subsequent attempts to obtain con
tracts at other points.
LIST OF TRANSFERS
Reported by Columbia County Ab
April 18 August A. Zlegler et ux.
to ('. W. Johnson; lots 3, 4, 6, 18,
IV. 20, 1,1k . 93, Bt. Helens.
April 19 Felix Verhoever et ux.
to J. M. Junssen; land In Sec. 32, T.
4 N. It. 3 V., $10.
April 20 L. H. Stuart to J. B.
Wllkerscn et ux.; lot 3, blk. 7, Ver
April 22 R. W. Nicholas to Art.
Adams et ux.; lot 3, blk. 146, St.
April 23 Loren Ryan et ux. to
II. S. Rurnham el ux.; lot 6, blk. 33,
Moeck's add to Rainier, $500.
Ceo. W. Vogel et ux. to Alfred
Hall; lots 3, 4, 5, blk. 35, Moeck's
add to Rainier, $10.
Charles L. Wheeler et ux. to St.
Helens Lhr. Co., lots 2, 3, 20, 21,
blk. 19, S.t. Helens, $10.
April 24 Mary I. Copeland to
Isaac Norbock; tract 15 Mountain
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OK OREGON FOR COL
K. J. Harms, Plaintiff, vs. Peter Fel
ton, Lole Felton, and A. 8. Harri
son, Defendants. i
To Pete Felton and I-ole Felton,
In the name of tho Stnte of Ore
gon, you and each of you are hereby
required to appear and answer the.
complaint filed ugalnst you ln the'
above entitled suit, on or before the:
last day of the time prescribed In I
the order for the publication of this I
summons, the suld period of time be-1
ing six weeks from the day of the1
Hrst publication of this summons,'
and said first day of publication bengi
the 12th day of April, 1918, and If
you fail to bo appear and answer said ;
complalat, the plaintiff will cause
your default to be entered and will I
apply to the court above' named fori
the relief demanded In Bald com-!
plaint, to-wit 1
For a judgment against Peter Fel-'
ton and Loie Felton for $550.00 wltnj
interest thereon at the rate of 8 perl
cent per annum from the 30th day of.
August, ii7, to date of Decree, and
for $18.23 with Interest thereon from
the 30th day of March, 1918, for
vta.uu attorneys rnes uud for sosts'
of suit; For a decreo ordering the
foreclosure of the mortgage men
tioned in Bald complaint, and a sale of
the following described real prop
erty, situute in the City of St. Helens.
I Columbia County, Stute of Oregon,!
Lot 19 of Block 4 0 of said City!
of St. Helens, together with Improve-,
ments and appurtenances thereto be
longing; and for a decree foreclosing
an me aerendants or and from all
rights and equity of redemption in
This summons Is published by or
der of the Honorable J. A. Eukin,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon for Columbia Coun
ty, made and dated the 6 day of
April, 1918, which order prescribes
that service or summons in this suit T
be made upon you by publication
once a week for six consecutive weeks
in. mo ni. rieieui mi.ii, wnicn iime,AV
I will befirin tn run frnm tha Hnv nf tha t
I first publication hereof; and the time
within which you are required to an
swer said complaint is on or before
the last day of the tlma prescribed ln
said order for publication, to-wit:
May 24, 1918.
The Date of the first publication of
this Summons Is April 12, 1918.
W. A. HARRIS,
Attorney for Plulntiff.
Residence and PostolTlce address,
St. Helens, Oregon.
Sold on easy terms
Hupmobile Service Station
Keep a Full Line of Firestone Tires
OIL. GASOLINE AND ACCESSORIES
Best equipped Machine Shop in the town for Auto
and Marine Work
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
DRAYINC AND TRANSFER
All Business Promptly Attended To
WM. H. DAVIES - - Prop.
The total acreage In sugar cane In
the 24 sugur parishes of Louisiana In
1918. Is estimated at 218.000 acres,
as compared with 293,000 in 1917
St. Helens Lumber Co.
Wood and Lath
NOTICE OK SHERIFF'S SALE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR COL
Kohler & Chase, a corporation.
Plaintiff, vs. C. Merritt, and Janio
M. Merritt, hlB wife; Dorland's
Music House, a corporation; C. E.
Mohler, unmnrrled; Mrs. J. M.
Nlckum, unmarried; and F. T.
lllake, unmarried, DofendcntB.
Uy virtue of on execution, judg
ment order, decree and order of sale
issued out of the above entitled
court In the above entitled cause to
me directed and dated the 27th day
of March, 1918, upon a Judgment
rendored and entered in said court
on the of March, 1918, ln fa
vor of Kohler & Chase, a corpora
tion. Plaintiff, and against C. Mer
ritt and Janie M. Merritt, ills wue;
defendants, for the sum of Two Hun
dred ($200.00) Dollars, with inter
est from April 10th, 1914, and the
further sum of Fifty Dollars
($50.00) Attorney's fees nnd Us
costs and disbursements In this ac
tion to be taxed.
An undivided one-half of the 3.
E. one-fourth of the South West one
fourth of Section twenty-one (21)
excepting a strip of land laying east
of the Railroad right-of-way. Also
a strip of land containing about four
r.cres lying west oi me raiiroau ,
right-of-way In the South West one-
fourth of the sonth east one-fourth1
of Section twenty-one. All of the
above in Township four (4) North
Range two (2) West of the Wllla-i
mette meridian, containing forty-1
three (43) acreo, more or less, and!
sltuntod In the County of Columbia,!
Stnte of Oregon.
Now, therefore, by virtue of said
execution, Judgment, order, decree
nnd order of sale ln compliance with ;
the commr.nds of sr.fd writ, I duly
levied upon, and will on Saturday, I
the 4th day of May, 1918. nt 10:00 i
o'clock A. M. nt the front door of I
ihn fount v Courthouse ln the City of I
St. Holens, sell at public auction .sub
ject to redemption) to the highest
bidder for cash in hand, all the right,
title and interost which the within
named defendant, C. Merritt and
Janie M. Merritt his wife, had on
tl,o day of March. 1918, or
now has in and to the above de
scribed real property, to satinfy said
execution, Judgment, order and de
t cree, interests, costo and accruing
costs. . . .
I Datod St. Helens, Ore.,, April 3rd,
! E. C. STANWOOD, '
i prte of first publication April 6,
Date of last publication May 3rd,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF COLUMBIA.
Claudia M. Desmond, Plaintiff, vs
Harry H. Desmond, Defendant.
To Harry H. Desmond, the above
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to answer
the complaint of the plaintiff filed
against you in the above entitled
suit within six (6) weeks from the
date of the first publication or this
summons, to-wit, on the 4th day of!
May, 1918, and if you fail to so ap
pear and answer the said complaint,
for want thereof, the plaintiff here
in will take a decree against you as
prayed for In her complaint to-wit:
For the dissolution of the bonds of
matrimony heretofore and now exist
ing between the plaintiff and the de
fendant and for the care and custody
of the minor child, Josele Hope Des
mond, and for such other and further
relief as to the Court may seem just
This summons Is served upon you
by publication ln the St. Helens Mist,
a weekly newspaper of general cir
culation, in compliance with an order
made and entered by the Hon. J. A.
Eakin, Judge of the above entitled
Court, dated the 13th day of March,
W. L. COOPER,
Attorney for the Plaintiff.
914 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
Date of the first publication March
Date of the last publication May
PLUMBING, STEAM HEATING
and SHEET METAL WORKS
Stationary Wash Tubs and Bath Room supplies.
St. Helens, Oregon
ST. HELENS HOTEL
E. A. UOTGER, Prop.
ST. HELENS-PORTLAND AUTO LINE
FRANK SHEPAUI), Prop.
Lv. St. Helens 7:30 1:30
Warren 7:46 1:45
Scappoose 8:00 2:00
Ar. Portland 9:20 3:20
Lv. Portland 10:00 4:00
Ar. St. Helens 11:60 6:60
Knturtlays and Sumlnys
Special trip leaving St. Helens Op. m
Leave Portland II p in
M" i v r r "i , - a
1 1 u u ir
II - lit
Rates between St Helens and
Portland, HO cents one way, 75
cents for tho round trip.
Tickets good until used.
Host l-avee Si. Helen. T Ms. in.
Retumii'B lesves P 'ttlund 2:30 p. m.
Arrive at St lle'ent 4 -ih p. ui.
C I. HOOCHKIRK
American and European Plan
Kates All Busses Call at Hotel
Everything Modern Steam Heating Plant
Hot and Cold Water in Rooms
ST. HELENS ROUTE
vl. W. Ilam.lt. Slouth
THE PEOPLES BOAT
SI R. -AMERICA
Leaves Portland diily -2:30 p. m
(Sunday 1:30 p. m.)
Arrives St. Helens - 6:00 p. m.
(Sunday 3:30 p. in.)
Loaves St. Helens - - - 6:16 a. m.
Arrives Portland - - 10:16 a. m.
H. HOLMAN. Agent
Makes all way landings. Wharf foot
Alder street. Phones: Main 8323,
FRANK WILKINS, St Helens Agent
J SAVES TIRES
X 11 You ret moro haulage k U J)
miles from your tires with jffA -
You get more haulage
miles from your tires with
with a Nash One Too
Truck. For the Hotchkiss
drive absorbs all starting
Chatsu, $1495, F.O.B. Kenosha
" 2 ton, 1875 " "
" Quad, 3250 "
Portland Motor Car Co.
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