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ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. MAY 10, 1918
Endorsed by
Organized Labor
for Governor
(JUS. C. ESOSER
Republican
President Oregon State Senate
ATRI0TIC AMERICAN STEADFAST REPUBLICAN
a NATIVE OF WISCONSIN. AGE 47.
FOR 27 YEARS A RESIDENT OF OREGON.
L VIGOROUS CHAMPION OF THE RIGHTS OF THE
PEUrX&.
For vigorous prosecution of the war to a victorious con
clusion.
For strict business principles in management of state affairs.
For Rural Credits Extension, Irrigation. Drainage ami T.
Mopment of all our resources.
For assistance by Portland Capital and business to everv kit.
lion ot our great state.
For the rights of both Labor and Capital under a scheme of
mutual co-operation.
FOR GOOD ROADS, BUT FIGHTING THE
PAVING TRUST
Wearepavine about SS.000 more rjer 16 foot mile rf RitniitMr.
Pavement in Oregon than is being paid in Washington Let
i build eood roads in EVERY countv in the State Oivp.
EVERY COUNTY A SQUARE DEAL.
Elect MOSER and you will forever banish the subtle influ-
ence of the Paving Trust from Oregon politics.
AGGRESSIVELY INDEPENDENT
rltl Adv.
MIST WANT COLUMN
'"?XX "" " ' I Vote 35 X Percy R. Kelly
of I .In n Comity
j l :A Justice of the Supreme Court
ilV Practiced law since 1892.
-n Circuit Judge since 1910.
f ' Juxllt-e Im imtriuliKiu'N iroiiitfKt
11 ' hoimt ml loyally' irrrati"! ''
COBLE
Mrs. via Ermls and children were
Hi Kuluiiia Tuesday.
Mr. and m. K. Uershbach, of EMu
n were vlltl,,K r. n,i Mr. Frank
Welter tlilH wc,k.
Htanloy Thomas, who has been at
America,, Jlkl)i htt a H,x week(( fur
l"iKl and H helping IiIh folks on the
farm.
Mm. Dora Ln and Mm. Ida Fox
vlHltd their mother, Mrs. J. Nuss
hauniitr, IuhI week. a
Mr. and Mm. F. Lenenrl.er r .
their home In Coble again.
Mr. and Mm. A. D. Ij,rnn h
koiib. (il..n and Myron, were In Port-
iunn uiKt week.
The (Joble achool Ih Drnml in .nv
that one of H bIxIIi graders. Harold
Tipton, wan one of the winners In
the Junior spelling contOKt. Amnn
the lioble people who wltnoBHed the
spelling contest were Miss Marguer
lie KeaniH, Mr. and Mm. A. 1). Lar
son, Mr. and Mm. H. H. Tipton, Mr.
and Mm. M. llovcn, Mm. Frank Wel
ter and Mm. 11. Welter, Marguerite
and ( atherlne Welter, Robert and
Milton Tipton, Irene Metcalf, Joyce
llyherg'-r, Morris Hoven. Myron and
Ulcn Larson, Thelma Link, Grace O.
Pearl, Jennie I. King, Morgan Tipton,
Harry lllshop and Otto Cantwell.
Mm. Krnnst Fisher visited In Port
land this week,
Miss Leora Alexander spent the
wenk end with her parents, Mr. and
Mm. 8. T. Alexander.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leneacher and
son Floyd, Mrs. Hose Maklnster and
Mr. ( hestly Maklnster motored to
Portland Wednesday.
Marguerite Welter. Hazel and Lil
lian Hrown, Catherine and Mamie
elter look their lunch and went on
a picnic to the Uoblo creek falls Sun-
day.
Morgan Tipton and Glen Pearl
were In Itainicr Saturday.
Hed Cross Auxiliary No. 2. of Go-
hie, will give a dance In the Ited
men's hall Saturday. May 11. A tuzz
band from P6rtland will furnish the
music. Everyone is Invited nd a good
time Is assured to all.
lor Bale Two Holsteln cows that
will be fresh within two weeks Wni.
Holland, 483, St. Helena. 21-3-
Kor Stile Work horse, double
wagon and single top buggy nearly
new. Inquire of F. A. Frantz at Wat
klna Medical Shop, Houlton. 21-4-
Wanted to Ttent 1ft nproa n, mnr
near St. Helens or Coumbla City. M.
iiecaer, Lenta station, Houte No. 3,
Uox 473. it
Get a start of Williams' Pay-Streak
Reds. They lay. Eggs $1.25 and
2.60 per 15. St. Helens, Oregon.
Hox 304. 21-2
For Sale or Trade One fine mare
1450 lbs., absolutely sound and true,
10 years old. Splendid worker,, sin
gle or double. Also her mare colt 2
years old from Percheron horse. Will
sell or trade for span of geldings
ready to work; must be good. Ap
ply St. Helena Mist. 21-1-
For Sale Farming implements,
tractor plows, ensilage cutter and
other tools. J. Erlckson, Jr., War
ren. 21-3-
FOR SALE At a bargain, nice
two-room scow 14x26; woodshed
outside. John Sarles, P. O. Hox 357,
8t. Helens. 20-2-
Stand by Your
Present Senator
FOR SALE River view lot, cheap.
Two blks from Post Ollice; sewer,
sidewalk, light, water, etc. This is
absolutely the best buy In town. Ad
dress Owner, Ilx. 256, City. Terms.
20-tf
For Sale Oat straw, navy beans,
good seed. American Wonder and
Hurbank potatoes. Will have O. I.
C. pigs for sale May 16. C. J. Lar
sen, Warren, Ore. 19-tf
O. A. C. White Leghorn eggs for
hatching, $1.50 for 15, postpaid. Or
der early. T. C. Meehan, Deer Is
land, Oregon. 16-tf
For Lease Small house of four
rooms, garden ground and orchard.
In Bachelor Flat. Apply to J. W.
Saxtou. 16-tf
BEAVER HOMES
For Sale Eight 3 and 4-year-old
colts by Alcazar. Six registered Hol
steln bulls. Reasonable price. Jack
Appleton, Deer Island, Ore. 16-tf
For Sale Good work horns 8
years old, weight 1550 loa John
Josephson, Warren, Oregon. 16-tf
FISHERMEN
ATTENTION!
You can secure your Boat and Fishing Equipment at
our store and avoid the delay and trouble of sending away,
as you formerly did. Come and look over our stock and
you 11 find just the articles you want. '
Screen Doors and Windows
Summer time is almost here and the careful housekeeper
M want screen doors and windows. We have anticipated
"se wants and have a full supply.
SATURDAY SPECIAL
Aluminum Kettles, Regular Price $2.00
On Sale Saturday for $1.45
.There are many useful articles in our store and we ask
,ma you inspect our line before going elsewhere.
E. G. DITTO
Successor to St. Helens Hardware Co.
C. F. Ilollman, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Andrews, Mr. and Mm. J. Solomon,'
Mrs. Ilond and daughter, Miss Esther,
spent Sunday at the home of C. A. !
ilollman. j
Mrs. II. Stream and children, of Se-I
attle, are visiting at the home of
George Smith. i
Mr. and Mrs. II. Wilson and little
son spent Saturday and Sunday In
Itainicr, with the former's parents.
Louis Wasser spent several days in
; Portland visiting his mother, Mrs. F.
Noyos.
Mabel Fraser, who is attending i
ihlgh school In St. Helens, spent the'
week end at home,
j Mrs. Eugenia Obor, of Tlgervllle,
Oro., Is here visiting her daughter,!
i Mm. J. C. Smith.
! Sylvia Smith spent Sunday at the
home of Mrs. J. King. j
Orville Malcom has purchased the '
Anderson place and expects to move
his family there soon.
A number of young people from
St. Helens attended the dunce here
Saturday nlgbt.
Itev. Johnson and son Lawrence
I were here Sunday. Services were
' held at the schoolliouxe.
The school felt greatly honored
j Wednesday when Judge Morton made
j thorn n visit. He made quite an ln
' teroxting talk and emphasized es
j pocliilly the sale of Thrift Stamps,
i Mr. and Mrs. O. Malcolm spent
I Sunday In Heaver Homes.
! Wesley Hill, Georgo Stockdale and
Irma Hoyd motored to St. Helens
Sunday and witnessed the ball game,
i Eugene Zehnter was a Portland
j visitor Saturday.
Mrs. Hawthomo, of Seattle, is the
I guest of Mrs. J. L. Archibald this
! weok.
I Mrs. E. Schmidt, of Rainier, spent
Sunday at the home of Mrs. E. Wasser.
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For Sale at a Bargain Two brood
mares, one Percheron colt one year
old, one set double harness nearly
new; one new Champion mower, one
potato planter and digger combined.)
One one-horse corn planter and one I
cultivator, almost new. All of these
tools are In flrBt class condition and
almost new. The mares are good
animals and will drive single or dou
ble. It you need any ot these arti
cles, don't wait, but phone or call on
William Muckle, St. Helens, Oregon.
Phone 70. 14-tf
Cascara Bark, Oregon Grape Root
and Fox Glove leaves wanted. Clie
halls Produce Co., Aberdeen, Wash.
14-tf
For Sale Extra choice Single
Comb R. I. Red eggs for setting;
laying strain. $1.60 per setting of
13. Mra. J. W. Allen. 13-tf
For a good Job of masonry or
plastering, see L. E. Gulker. Phone
evenings, 106F13. ll-3m-
For Sale Good 5-room house and
two river view lots; fine garden soil;
house partly furnished. Cash or
terms. For particulars call J. F.
Ryan, the tailor. 10-tf
For Rent A store building cen
trally located. Will remodel to suit
tenant. H. Morgue. 49-tf
I have SO choice lots to Bell. Will
sell all to one person or one at a
time. Harold P. Ross, Bank Bldg.,
St. Helena.
For Sale Two houses and four
lots, on Hemlock street. Price $3,600.
Torms. Inquire at Columbia County
Bank. 49tt
Pasture for rent. One Simplex
cream separator for sale. Chris Math
ieson, St. Helens, Ore. 19-tf
Road to Happiness.
Bo amiable, cheerful and good na
tuerd and you are much more likely
to be happy. You will Iind this diffi
cult, if not Impossible, however, when
you are constantly troubled with con
stipation. Take Chamberlain's Tab
lets and got rid of that and It will bo
easy. These tablets not only move
the bowols, but Improve the appetite
and strengthen the digestion.
Despite the fact that Immense
quantities of Douglas flr timbers are
being used in shipbuilding and other
government projects nn adequnte
supply will be available for all build
ing purposes during the war period,
iy the lumbermen.
NOTICK .
My wife, Lu Elsie Cole, having
left my bed and board, I will not be
responsible for any debts or liabili
ties hereafter incurred by her.
Dated this April 6. 1918.
ROBERT COLE3.
VIltK! FIRKt KIRK! FIRE!
See B. E. Quick, St. Helens, and
Insure your property in the Oregon
Fire Relief Association ot mcraiuu
vllle, Oregon. Don't put it off
Mch6tt W. I. WARHEN, Agent
For Sale One registered Holsteln
bull: twenty head fresh milk cows
and heifers. Jerseys and Holsteins,
extra good milkers ; one good all
around brood mare, weight 160U loa.;
one good all around working brood
mare weight 1300 lbs.; one good all
around brood mare, good driver and
saddler, weight 1100 lbs. Also buggy
and harness. Dave Cooub. Phone
108F11. Bachelor Flat. 19-tf
Charles L. McNary
He is "making good" at Washington
WHY CHANGE?
From the day Charles McNary entered the Senate he has been
a loyal champion of the vigorous prosecution of the war and
has stood by the president in all war measures.
HE HAS WORKED FOR
The Soldiers and Sailors
For the Interests of the Farmers
For Oregon's Shipbuilding work.
HE IS A MEMBER
of the following Committees in the United
States Senate :
Manufactures
Public Lands
t
Irrigation and Reclamation of Arid Lands
Expenditures in Department of Commerce
Pacific Railroads
Public Health and National Quarantine
Indian Affairs
Philippines.
Senator McNary has displayed truly remarkable ability, couoled
with extraordinary diligence and energy, and 'his native state,
Oregon, can best show its appreciation of his splendid service
by nominating and electing him.
If McNary has "made good"
Why Change?
All Buses Call at Hotel
Courteous Treatment
STOP AT
ORCADIA
HOTEL
THOS. 1SUISTER, Prop.
Clilcken Dinner Sunday, 35c
KATES $1.00 iPEIt DAY AND UP
Special Rates to Regular Boarders
McNary for Senator Committee
Yeon Bldg., Portland, Ore.
Paid Adv.
Be a Booster
Insist on getting
ST. HELENS BUTTER
Your grocer has it. r
WHEN YOU WANT ICE CREAM WHY NOT GET
THE BEST
We carry the
Famous Mt. Hood
ICE CREAM
A Trial Will Convince You
SODAS SUNDAES MILK DRINKS
MASON'S
THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS ,
Cigars Candies

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