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CoV fiTRLS ANIl
t1 onvs riMOATr.M
, VICl""
mi county now have their organ-
I lion pflrtcci en, uiiuur uiuuiriiniim
(jOU. UIUIIIUIU
IrtOlX Blr' n 7 "TU U1U 101-
Lln. of flf"r:
Ula Low i""'B ci'inuin t:oium-
ujouniy H,li M'- K- Miller,
Lulu ('oli""1''" county Victory
TIlfiHCi iwo Will ciipiuui me
L,t county, having assistants In
U hlK ifliool, wtio In turn will
Lt tlielr committees, Tim nullum
If th dlfriTtMit nign koioui captain
llo:
yln Miili"! lvlo, captain 8t.
!,ieni Victory girls. Mr. Muhiiii
Urd, ciiptiiln Ht. Helens Victory
Kjjn. i
UlM Dnvli'd will huvo an her com
ulllMtli" following: Aunelio Payuo,
Hid Lynch, rlornnco Van Glldm,
ifNR Walker, KIhIo Murlny.
Dr. HlliTil will have uh Ii1h com
, ...i..n vviiKlr.g.
groul',,.r,!!tt',"i,lll0n U ' "
Krout Lnlt(l War Work camplKn
llBVlllg a(mum(!(, j P
luota for tho county.
WOMAN WORKER'S
SIX SONS IN WAR
One of tho inoHt tragls records of
tlie wur I Unit of , -
of Hib Hock Ului.,1 arse nl, four o.
mx hoi., already have Kve
tnnlr lives In the war hi., i.
nr ( arton of 036 Twenty-slxt..
Btreot. Kock Islam!
-I "PUIUIIVI, ,
the cloth department.
ur the four sons who were kllleo,
three wore incmliura n,
Btul.is hnglneers and one of a Cunad
Inn hutiallon. The two r,.m,.i.,i.,
sons are now In Krunce.
Mm. Carton ha worked at tho
mutual with tin. ...I... ..
WMIMV nytiii. u pa
trlotlo devotion that her sons showed
hi iniiir service In the army.
J. F. DOPPLMAIER
THE TRACTOR MAN
ST. HELENS, ORE.
Save Money on
Your Meat Bill
Trade at Our Market and get
Low Prices and Good Meats
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
I!ilii,j,' Mccf, cr Il . . 14c
I'ft Roast, per U 17c
Kill Roast, per lt . .". . 25c
I'otk Rnast, per IT , . 30c
Si.le I'ork. per II) .... 25c
l'"i k Sausage, per h . 25c
Mutton Roast, per lb . 25c
Mutton Stew, per II) . 17c
Vea! Roast, per lb 25c
Veal Slew, per lb 18c
I lambui ir. per lb . . 17l2C
Liver, per lb
12'2c
We also have a nice line of
Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables
The People's Market
On the Strand, St. Helens, Oregon
If you don't trade with us we
both lose money.
St. Helens
Mercantile Co.
MINI tOW.
ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1918
-I am going to help you raise larger crops, cultivate your
land to a better advantage and cheaper and help you help
the Government tQ raise bigger and tetter crops. I have
secured the agency for several of the
BEST TRACTORS
and have made arrangements so that I can let you have a
TRACTOR on very Advantageous Terms. I will tell you
more about it next week. If you are interested, write or
phone me at St. Helens and I will call and give you full
particulars.
WANTB TO MEET COL
UMBIA JXHJNTY BOYS
University of Santa Clara,
Banta Clara, Cal., Oct 20,
St. Hl'Ihub Mint,
St. Helena, Oregon,,
DeDar Sirs: I am much pleased
to hoar the BcappooDe newa, when I
receive the Mint. I alBo like to hear
about the boy I know, bo I will
you to pleaxe tell me, If poBslble, th?
namea of Home boya, who are at Camp
Fremont, Menlo Park, California.
I urn only a few mllen from the
camp. I am in the R. O. T. C, :
branch of service that fits one to be
an officer. Sincerely youra,
LEO SMITH,
(Son of Frank L. Smith)
(Ed. Note If any reader of the
Mint has a relative or friend at Camp
Fremont, pleaae Inform Mr. Smith).
CLATSKANIE
W. J. Fullertoa, Democratic can
didate for county Judge wai circu
late among lilu filondu In this vi
cinity the lam of the week. ,
John Fogel, Claude JlllUbery, Les
I ter Holmes, George Turner and Paul
i Hedlund were anions the local boys
I to report at St. Helens this week for
; their examination In connection with
; the dr.-vft. Lester Holmes went on to
Portland for the purpose of enlisting
I lu the automobile department for
j special service.
j Saturday, November 8th will be
j the date for the next meeting of the
Woman's Kellef Corps. The luspec
! tor will be present on this occasion
An oyster dinner will be se:ved and
j all members are urged to be present,
i Miss Azelle Conyera, accompanied
by Misses Eva Baylls and Mary Erlck
j son, attended a county Christian En
j deavor convention r.t St. Helens on
j Saturday and Sunduy last. Itev.- H.
! F. Oelvln and Misses Elizabeth Mur
ray, Irene Graham and Florence
! Mells attended the session on Sunda).
I A citizens' mans meeting was held
In the Eagle's hp II on Monday even
ing for the purpose of nominating a
municipal ticket for the coming elec
; tlon. The meeting rca called to
order by City Recorder Geo. B. Con-
yerB, Rfler which Dr. M. W. Mark-
ham was selected as chclrmaa and
Rev. S. Harlow Johnson, secretary
Ily unanimous vote J. II. Lowls wan
selected to head the tlckot as mnyoi.
The names of C. S. Orwlg, Free
Mann, Ed. Flippln, L. CulberUon and
II. McKetl were presented as candl
! dates for councllmen. Ed. Flippln
j was presented to withdraw his name
at his own request and the remain
Ing four were chosen without a dis
senting vote. Geo. B. Conyers was
again chosen as a candidate for the
office o? city recorder; Dr. M. W.
Markham, as treasurer; Ben Uirken
feld, marshul; C. S. Bristol, con.
stable and A. M. Myers of the Col
umbia Agricultural Co., as Justice
of the peace. George B. Conyers
has served tho city in the capacity
of recorder for four and one-half
years. That he ha given satisfac
tion Is demonstrated by the fact tha
he should be the unanimous cholc.
of the people for another term. It is
not his intentioj to qualify as a can.
dldate for this office, however, as he
Is In the running for the office of
county Judge, nnd In Justice to him
self, ao well as the people of Clats
kanle, ho will not permit his nam,
to appear on tho city ticket. In liU
aspirations for the county Judgeship
he will without .loubt be accorde
the same local support which he lies
always received when seeking city
positions.
Clatskanie Chief.
REGULATIONS FOR
SAILORS' GIFTS
Regulations concerning the send
ing of Christmas packages to sellers
In home waters and abroad have
been Issued by the navy department.
They follow something the same or
der as the regulations for the
soldiers overseas, but differ In some
respects.
Packages forwarded by parcel post
for men in the navy must comply
with the postal regulations and
should be enclosed in substantial
boxes with hinged or screw top cover
to facilitate opening and Inspecting.
All boxes shipped by express are
limited to 20 pounds in weight.
should measure not more than two
cubic feet in volume, be of wood.
well strapped and have a hinged or
screw top to facilitate opening and
Inspecting.
All mall matter should be ad
dressed as now prescribed by the
postal regulations. All ' express
packages should be forwarded in
care of Supply Officer, Vleet Supply
Base, Twenty-ninth 8tre'et and Third
Avenue South, Brooklyn, N. Y.
No perishable fpod 'product other
than those enclosed in cans or glass
Jars should be packed In parcel post
or express shipments. All packages
must be plainly marked with the
name and address of the sender, to
gether with a notation indicating the
nature of the contents, such as
"Christinas box"-or "Christmas pres
ent." The supply officer at New York
v111 cause each express package to be
opened and carefully examined to see
that nothing of an explosive or othei
dangerous character Is forwarded.
The shipment of Christmas pack
ages for United States naval vessels
abroad should be mailed so as to
reach New York as early as possible
end not later than November 15.
Mr. Smith Recommend Cliamber
lain's Tablets
"I have had mora or less stomach
trouble for eight or ten years,"
writes Mrs. O. II. Smith, Brewerton,
N. Y. "When suffering from attacks
of Indigestion and heaviness after
eating, one or two of Chamberlain's!
Tablets have always relieved me. I
have also found them a pleasant!
laxative. ' These tablets tone up the
stomach and enable it to perform its
functions naturally. It you are troubl
ed with indigestion give them a trial,
get well and stay well.
For results Mist Want Ads.
Use Vegetables
They are healthy, nourishing and are cheap foodstuffs.
We have a large assortment of FRESH VEGETABLES.
Lemons, Oranges and other fruits. Fresh Oregon Celery
and choice Sweet Potatoes.
Quality Groceries
-We handle the well known RED RIBBON Brand of
canned Fruits and Vegetables, and our GROCERIES are
the dependable and satisfactory kind.
COFFEES
-In addition to our excellent Bulk Coffee, which is freshly
ground when you order and which you may buy at 25c.
30c, 35c and 40c per pound, we have DEPENDABLE,
and SCHILLINGS Coffees, which are packed in 1, 2 and
3 pound tins.
WE ARE ANXIOUS TO SERVE YOU
Phone 80 St Helens' reKon
DON'T FORGET WE MAKE DAILY DELIVERIES
"roup
If your children are subject to
croup get a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, and when the attack
comes on be careful to follow the
plain printed directions. You will be
surprised at the quick relief which It
affords.
Rings! Rings!
We have just received an
assortment of beautiful
RINGS
DIAMOND RINGS
BIRTHSTONE RINGS
WEDDING RINGS
Our stock of jewelry is
complete and our goods
are the reliable kind
WATCH
REPAiRlNti
VON A. GRAY
THE JEWELER
St. Helens, Ore.
DO YOU LIKE GOOD BREAD?
If So, Ask Your Grocer for Dread from Our Modern Bakery
IT IS CliKAX APPETIZING AND WHOLKSOMJ2
OUR BAKERY PRODUCTS
are prepared In a clean, modern, sanitary bakery and our ever
Increasing business la an Indisputable evidence that we produce
"GOOD THINGS TO KAT"
WEST ST. HELENS BAKERY
S. HEITMAN, Proprietor
Phone B-114 West St. Helens, Oregon
THAT COUGH
WITH
Demings White Pine
Compound
With Cod Liver Extract and Menthol
PRICE PER BOTTLE, 5C Cents
A. J. DEMING S
War Emergency Course and
Certificate
OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL
T W i II 17 to tho nrn t fit v nf (...VrnM "v . . .
" . j k nnbucia HIT) UiCgUd 1 U 'llllll BCHOOI
ttrlll nffam - T ' . .
... a, Lun-rji-iny munie oi twenty weeks outlined
by, the Superintendent of Public Instruction. The course will
begin with each of the terms, commeuclcg Nor. 16, 1918; i"eb
8, 1919 and April 12, 1919. The Superintendent of Pu v- In
struction will consMer It equivalent to the Teachers' Tr; ' ru
Course and iscue a certificate upon it3 completion vah : to
teach in the elementary grades for one year.
This Course will be open to those who have had two yoars
or more of high school work or its equivalent No age limit is
required for entrance, but before a certificate can be Issued ap
plicant must be at least eighteen years' of age.
. All regular courses will be offered as usual.
For' detailed information address,
REGISTRAR OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL
Come
all you that labor and are weary and I will give
you rest.
"Restgood"
Curled Hair Matresses will do it.
$32.50
Other Mattresses from $6.00 up, priced right, and
according to Quality.
E. A. ROSS
BANK BLDG.
ST. HELENS
-YOUR EVERY NEED-
MENS WORK CLOTHES
Our Una of Overalls and tork Shirts is giving exceptional
ly good satisfaction this seaxon and our prices are reasonable.
DRY GOODS
A fine new line of Dry Goods has just reached na and will
lie offered at particularly attractive prices for the next few days.
SHOES
Footwear for all purposes and all purses can be found
In our up-to-date Shoe Department. ,
GROCERIES '
We want you to inspect our stock of staple and fancy
Groceries. Prices that make quick sales.
A. T. KIBLAN
Phone 35
(Houlton) St. Helens, Ore.
Free and Prompt Delivery.
Roseburne Stock Farm Shorthorns
1
HERD HEADED BY
Villager Sultan 2nd
Young Stock of both Sexes '
for sale at all times
A. H. TARBELL, Prop.
Warren, Oregon
How's Your Automobile?
Now, more than ever before, you must watch your
automobile and keep it in'perfect order. Automobiles are
hard to get, parts are getting harder to get every day. So
watch your car to see that it is kept in good repair. Don't
neglect the valves, don't run with an engine knock. Keep
the play out of the rear axle.
The . St. Helens Garage is one of the best equip
ped repair shops in the county and special work is easy fo.
us. We handle lathe work, make small parts, battery work,
besides all automobile repairs. '
ST. HELENS GARAGE
Phone 57 H. M. TERRY . Prop, f- On the Strand

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