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" , f'l 1 : rill I 1 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MAY 10. 1918 NATIONAL NEED FOR (BREAD DURING MORE POULTRY PREMPH pvvot itttom Meat can be produced from poultry I'MTKU STATES SKWTOIt CIIAItl.KN I.. M' . Thus gald Madnnie de Hourrlcuue. more quickly thun from any other' ivHi die In 1 Tflti source. One nf tlm noucuitio im , .1.1. . . I ,..,- una nine we saw Mini (.N;;po- pcsed upon the United States by ttsileonl utmost everyday. He frequent entrance Into tho world war Is to pro- ! ly cunio to dine with us. As there duce more meat than it has ever pro-; wi;s n scarcity of bread and some duced before. This is essential not times only two ounces per head dailv only to meet its own greater needs! were distributed In the section, it because of. being on a war hr.sis but j was customary to request one's guests also to save the countries with which ! to bring their own bread, as it could It co-operates in the war from defeat ! not be procured for money, through lack of food. In order to "Bonaparte and his brother Louis vuimoie ior me lorces over- (a mild, agreeable young man. who seas as large a proportion ns possible . was the general's aide-de-camp) used of the output of cured iind compact to bring with them their ration of meats It Is desirable that there be a bread, which was black, and mixed decided Increase In both the home with bran. I was sorry to observe production and the home consump tion of white meats such as poultry. To that end it is Imperative that the productive stock on general farms and In the back yards of the nation be father largely increased during the current year. That is the national situation with regard to poultry needs that all this bad bread fell to the share of the poor r.ide-de-camp, for we provided the general with a flne. kind, which was made clandestinely by a pastry cook from Hour which we contrived to smuggle from Sens, where my husband had some farms. Had we been denounced, the affair as described in a recent publication might have cost ua our heads." rrom the office of the secretary of agriculture, "The Agricultural Situa tion for 191S, Part XI, roultry." Weekly Northwestern Miller. OREGON HENS WIN HOME CONVENIENCES Reports from the B. C. egg-laying v. u "7. , ., . contest fr the month ending April let.n V k r ?5, abUl" 25 8hw t the O. A. C. pen of letln ust Issued by the United States I!arred Rockg ,ea(,8 on fP f..r"ww'griC,U,tUre- tak68 BS cur' nntl ut also for the term 0. UIUUU 8 date Thelr work benefits the race." and then proceeds to tell how to make house work easier. It does this by describing simple methods of constructing home con veniences, including a kitchen cabi net, flreless cooker, sponge box or bread mixer, dish drainer, serving tray, folding ironing board, iceless refrigerator, coal box, home butter making equipment, cheese-making equipment, shower bath, home water works, fly trap, window screen, and wus 132 eggs for the pen of six hens, and for the term 559. The second best pen laid 535, and the third 628, all Barred Rocks. In the light breeds class a pen of White Leghorns, en tered by Horace Dryden, of Corval lis, holds seventh place, with a rec ord of 404 eggs. r . J- :Kf) (Jet Itiil of Your Rheumatism. 1 Now is the time to get rid of your rheumatism. You will find Chamber- cook stove drier or evaporator The ' u", 1 1 , " Z 7 , , " nrn , . '. ! lief wnidl 11 nftr Is alone worth many times its cost. proper height of a working surface and a cleaning closet also are dis cussed u the bulletin. , Tho allotment of meat purchases Copies of the bulletin (Farmers' j for the army, navy and marine corps Bulletin 927) may be obtained free and the allies has been consolidated from the division of publications of : in a single bureau, with headquarters the department. . in Chicago. Save the Eggs USE DEMING EGG PRESERVER Per Pint 25c Per Gallon $lQQ Lime and Sulphur Spray Fishing Tackle and Baskets just arrived DEMING'S DRUG STORE Because United States Senator Charles L. McNary lies made good he should be nominated to succeed himself in the Republican Primary May 17tu. From the day he became Senator he has loyally championed the proso- cutlon of the war. and durinir hlJ term of office has accomplished more for Oregon than any other member in Congress In a like Derlod Among his colleagues he Is known as "the man on the job," and during the present war crisis Oregon should consider itself fortunnte in having an opportunity to return him and not be compelled to send to Washington, new, untrained man. Believing that the supreme obliga tion he owes his country is to help win the war. Senator McNary, Instead of returning to his stnte to conduct n political campaign, Is at his post in Washington working for Oregon und aiding in the prosecuton of the war. j Always since entering the Senate I he has been a friend of our soldiers and sailors and has introduced legis lation giving them preferential home stead rights and repeatedly cham pioned their cause when their welfare was In Jeopardy. Championing the cause of the Ore gon farmers, Senator McNary pro cured for them a primary wheat mar ket, saving thereby several mllllnn Who WlIN It .' "Ilolilnd the altar," tahl the cnthe dral guide to a party of tourist, "lies Richard 11. In the churchyard outside lies Mary Queen of Scots. And who" hulling above an un maiked (lagging In the stone floor and addressing a tourist from London "who do you think, sir. Is a-lyiug 'ere on this spot ?" "Well," answered the Cockney, "I don't know for sure, but I have my i.ti.splfions." London Opinion. When All In Dry "Well, the world seems to bo going dry. Shall we take Julep out of the dictionary?" "Leave It In for old-times' sake," .'(HitiHulecl the other lexicographer. "Just mark It obsolete." Kunsas City Journal. SIMMONS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREC.ON FOR COL- UMU1A COUNTY. 1 Ilium I led man, HaiiitllT, vs. Oscar lledman. Defendant. To Oscar Hodman, the dnfemlunt above nnmed: In the niitne nf the Ktutn nf Hrnirnn you are hereby required to appear uuu uuswvr in coinpiaini men against you In the above entitled! court and cause on or before the 1 25th day of May. 1918. and If vein fail so to appear and answer, the Iilalntiff will uiinlv tn Dm Court for the relief prayed for In her com plnlut, to-wit: For a decree dissolv ing the bonds of matrimony hereto fore AVtutinir hntu-ann ll.a ..l.tlntlfr and defendant and for permission of j the Court to hereafter resume her ! mnblon nnniA tn-ti'lt initttn llnli.ru,. and for such further relief cs to the Court may be Just in the premises. Service of this summons Is mado puon you by publication thereof In pursuance of an order of the Honor able S. C. Morton, Judge of the Coun ty Court nf fnllinihln fminlv tf,a of Orcgn, made and entered n the 18th day of April. 1918. First publication April 19, 1918. Last publication May 31, 1918. M. J. M'MAHON, Attorney for 1'lnlntirr. NOI'K i: TO CREDITOHS IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR COL- UMltlA COUNTY. In the matter of the estute of Andreas Anderson, Poceused. Notice Is hereby given that (he undersigned has been appointed ad ministrator of the estate of Andreas Anderson, deceased, by the County Court of the State or Oregon, ror t'oi umblit County, and has qualilleil. All persons having claims against said estate are hereby notltled to present saiuo, duly verllled as by law re quired, to the undersigned aduilnls- lrnlni ul lila mu I il .... .n ul fl.il.lM I Ifn. gon, within six mouths from tho date eereoi. Pated and first published April 12, 11118 F. U. 1IOL11ROOK, Administrator J V. DAY, Attorney. i7-G NOTICE Is hereby given, that the County Court of the Stute of Oregon, for Columbia County, on April 20, 1918, ordered that tho name of Ole KrlstofferHon be changed to (He Wold, In accordance with lila peti tion heretofore tiled In said Court. Dated April 20, 1918. J. W. DAY. Attorney for Petitioner. H. M. TERRY THE MOTOR TROUBLE MAN Expert Machinist. llrlii your auto troubles lo me. Murine work it HHfhilty. Shop at Nt. Helen Karaite. Phone 87 PRICKS ALWAYS RKASON'.Mll.H Pastry Bread Cake Collee and Baked Goods Served a( All Hours St. Helen I irvr The Celebrated BERGMANN SHOE Awarded GOLD MEDAL P. P. I. E. San Francisco, 1915 The StronRest and Nearest Water- I OR LOGGERS, CRUISERS, MILLMEN AXD ALL WORKERS THEO. BERGMANN SHOE MFG. CO. 621 Thurman Street Portland ASK FOR THE BERGMANN WATERPROOF SHOE OIL from takwt a dm oS Crap.1,1 - 9 v When He Gets that Pouch nf Real GRAVELY ChewtagP, You Sent Him J luiffiuTSSL1' an6ood thin,. It mean. .omethinLnfttu hZ? 8Cndine- SE.ND TO FRIEND IN THE . S. SEHVICE A POUCH OF GBAVrLY port of the U. S. A. Even "or th J. S'" .Camp or Sc it to him. Your de.le, wilf .unnll 'UmP wi" official direction, how , d,dr, ?t y P' 8ivo P ?RAYELY TOBACCO CO, Danville la Tha Patent Pouch keenm It . ""VHIC, Va. uuiDiianet 18C1 dollars to the wbeatgrowers of the Northwest. ' Realizing the present Food Control Law fails to fix prices tor many com modities. Senator McNary has intro duced, and Is laboring for the pass age of a bill, striking at profiteering ond fixing prices on the necessaries of life. To Senator McNary is due, In a large measure, the expansion cf the shipbuilding and lumber Industr'es of Oregon. Senator McNary has led tho fight 'for a diversion to Portland and As toria of freight now moving to the West over longer hauls and has suc ceeded in passing in the Sentae a bill for a survey of a channel thirty-five I 35) feot deep from Portlund to the Senator McNary lias procured: Covernment contracts for the first time in the state's history for Ore gon products In largo quantities. I Government contracts for factories for army clothing, and for the con struction of life boats. Government contracts for ship building yards. Senator McNary is working: For prompt payment of allotments to dependent relatives of our soldiers and sailors. For a naval base at the mouth of the Columbia River. ror the construction of a coast military highway at government ex pense. Senator McNary was born on farm in Oregon; reared in the Bap tist church; educated in the public schools; worked his way through Stanford University; is a lawyer and farmer and has been a life-long Re publican. He was formerly a Jus tice on the Supreme Court and later chairman of the State Republican Central Committee. Space forbids further enumeration of the vast amount of work Senator McNary has done for Oregon, but cnyone will realize from the forego ing the benator has displayed truly remarkable ability, coupled with ex traordinary diligence and energy. His native State can best show its appreciation of his faithful and effi cient services by nominating and electing him. Thomas B. Kay, .State Treasurer. B. W. Sleeman, ' Bus, Rep. of District Council of Carpenters. Mrs. Geo. W MrM..tt, Pres. of Cp-operative League. Thomas A. McBride, Chief Justice of Oregon Supreme Court. T. B. Neuhausen Vice-Chalrman Hughes Campaign Committee. NOTICE TO CRKIMTOIt.H IN THE COUNTY COURT OF TIII5 STATE OF OREGON FOR COL UMBIA COUNTY. In the matter of the estate of Harry Moore, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed ad ministrator of the estate of Harry Moore, deceased, liv thn I'mmii I of the State of Oregon, for Columhlu AN ENDOWMENT liro-lnsuranro policy will pro vide money for your old age or for your family when you die. For full Information write to W. J. SHEEHY The Orry.ii Life Man P. O, U,x :t(M Nt. Helen (Mortgage Loans On Improved Farms t the lowest rates and on long time. Ropiy. able In such installments aa the borrower may wish. Liberal propay. ment terms arruniced. No commissions chargad. Uan closed promptly! Mortgagoi purchased. WM. McMASTER 701 CorlwU lllilg. Portland, Dregoi i ouiuy, ana nas quulified. All per sons Having claims against said es tate are hereby notified to present same, duly verified ns by law re quired, to the undersigned adminis trator, at the Columhlu County Bank, St. Helens, Oregon, within six months from the date hereof. Hated and first published April 12 1918. SHERMAN M. MILES, . Administrator. J. W. DAY, Attorney. 17.5 Untimt I Touring NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR COL UMBIA COUNTY. In the Matter of the Estate of Chris tina Johnson, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given: That the undersigned Exerntnr r ti, i.-.. ...... 01 i nrisuna Johnson, decensed, has filed his Final account and Petition for Distribution in the County Court of the State of Oregon for Columbia county, and that Saturday, the 25th day of May. 1918 nt tim iw..i m o'clock A. M. of HUM riv nt courtroom or said Court, In the City of St. Helens, has been appointed as the time and nlnen fnr hii.i.. .... jectlons to said final account and for final settlement and distribution of Baid estate. 26tnat1918n1 flrBt pu,)llHllR, Apr" OLE ROHM AN, Executor of the Estate of Christina Johnson, Deceased. 19.5 THE THRIFT CAR ST. HELENS-PORTIAND AUTO LINE 1 ii.i.iv Biiui'AKI), Prop. SCHEDULE A XT Lv. St. Helena 7 ran Warren 7:45 ScaDnonsa fi -fin Ar. Portland oin Lv. Portland !m'nn Ar. St. Hulens 11:60 (Saturdays und Humlm Special trip leaving St. Helens 8 p. ro Leave Portland 11 i m. RELIABLE SERVICE P. M. 1:30 1:45 2:00 3:20 4:00 6:C0 Str. IRALDA Rates between St. Helens and Portland, BO cent one way, 75 cents or the round trip. Tickets good until used. Boat leaves St. Helens 7. Ma. tu. Returning leaves P.irllun.l ' ... Arrive at St Helens 4 45 p. ui. T I. HOOCHKIRK , Jret News j Undo: "The French have captured I 400 mnro mniawa .1.- ., ii um liiq enemy. Auntie: "How splendid. That should help to put a stop to those dreadful gas attacks." Tit-Bits. I OVERLAND t?rnr J " 3Af ,,heJflve csscntials for complete satisfaction, the Overland Models are the nearest ap proach to perfection on the market today. Do not let vnnr ?ST 0ur part R0 unchallenged. Make your investigation at once. A PPEA . XCK, Pkltl'OKMA Nt 1 0, ( 'OM FORT SERVICE and PRICK J. F. Dopplmaier Agent for Columbia County, At St. Helens Garage 4 J ST. HELENS ROUTE via Willamella Slou.k THE PEOPLES BOAT SIR. AMERICA veuves t-ortland d-iily - -2:30 p. m (Sunday 1:30 p. m.) Arrives St. Helens - . 6:00 p m (Sunday 3:30 p. m.) Loaves St. Helens - -6:16a m Arrives Portland - - - 10:16 a! tn. H. HOLMAN, Ag.nt Makes all way landings. Wharf foot Alder atreet. Phones: Main 8323 A-4204. ' FRANK WILKINS, St Helens Agent. There has been a slight increase in the ? ot Fords. The five passenger Tour- L LT h, "W $524-8 and the Runabout $508.69, delivered in St. Helens and war tax paid. There is never a doubt as to Ford cars serving satisfactorily and economically. O.ve us your order without delay, for con ditions are uncertain. independent Auto Co. AUTO ACCESSORIES St. Helens, Oregon !