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ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1918
v
I INDUSTRIAL REVIEW J
THE ARMY FIRST
Murshfleld Soruce squadrons have
established more, camps ne.ir lieaver
Hill. . . .
Thirty ve8.;i'.a were turned out for
the Kovernmont by const shipyards
during the month of October. Ol
these, 14 were built by Oregon
yards.
A new flouring mill will be built
at Malin in Klimatii county. The
machinery has arrived and is ready
for installation.
Reports from Eugene state there
Is a big walnut crop in that vicinity
this year. The nuto will bring an ex
traordinarily high price and be u
source of great revenue to the grow
ers. The cranberry crop for Oregon and
Washington is estimated at 15,000
barrels.
A carload of evaporated cherries,
black-caps and loganberries wnb
recently shipped from Salem. The
value of th4 carload is estimated at
$19,000.
A new creamery will soon be in
operation at Hood River.
The Johnson sawmill at Marsh
field llAH hppn TA-hllflt finH'la Mailv
ilt'lr mt0rS iMypered.siomach may -rebel.
The Harris sawmill at Philomath
has fesumed operations and biiii,.., ... V-,,. .
i . -o " . r, . . .1 i-mni
Now I sit me down to eat
Some kind of substitute for meat;
If 1 Mimiid die before I wake
You'll know it was due to stomach
ache!
HOUSEHOLD HINTS
Meat of young animals ia more
tender but not so nutritive as that
of maturer animals.
Yeast caken are said to kill mice
and rats if left around where tlio
rodents can out them.
A cheap fire shovel with the sides
flattened makes a good dovice for
lifting hot pans from the oven.
. Yellow mixing bowls in the kitch
en add a great deal to cheerfulness.
A shelf for cookbooks end household
magazines Is a thing of convenience
and efficiency.
Baked apples cored and stuffed
with nuts, cinnamon and a little
sugar make a delirious rinssort A.
the apple itself contains natural
sugar a saving in thto is effected.
To strengthen' stockings whet,
knitting take a reel of thread and
knit with the wool for the heels and
toes. They are Just ns .comfortable,
and last three times as long as those
done with the wool alone.
Reliable sugar savers are due
rather to the ingenuity of the cook
than to any of the so-called sweeten
ing substitutes on the market Two
golden rules to remember: Quarter
to a teaspoontul of carbonate of soda
to everv Dolinil of fr;Ht riivoa aii'riir
and never add the sugar until a dish
for sweentening Is three parts cook-
And make the claim that "war i. f, tlien ou ,OHe none lu evapora
tion." itlon.
But I will gamely take a chance
To help our soldier boys In France;
My motto is: "The Army First."
So bring it on and do your worst!
To help our gallant fighting force
I gladly eat a slice of horse,
If I should die digesting it.
You'll know that I have done my
"bit."
If Fate decrees that I should feed
Upon some erstwhile prancing
steed.
And with my stomach it won't agree.
You'll know it was a joke on me.
I do not relish ns a rule
A fricassee of dog or mule;
But it's a very first-hand cinch
That I can eat it ia a pinch.
For Billy Goat en casserole
I have no craving on the whole;
And while oa it I may not dote
I would not let it get my goat!
large cutting contracts.
Approximately 100 carloads of ap
ples will be shipped from the Rogue
River country, reports from Med
ford state.
Salpm TllA IntHnl otitnliiant m.
the order for 38,000,000 pounds of
prunes for the allies, has commenced: I p U00Q , "T3. "ave tw,ce snvcd
Vale Much mining ..M.I.. l i FranCe in the Present war- Ha it
Stand up and do their bit, or bust.
Armco Bulletin.
THE GOOD HIGHWAYS
TWICE SAVE FRANCE
Vale Much mininer
basin is reported.
not been for the radiating road sys
tem maintained by the French Gov
ernment, the Germans would have
KOAl;
OK DISTRICT
MKKT1NCS
Road District No. 10. Columhl:,
County, Oregon.
Notice is hereby civen that in iinr-
sunnce of a petition duly sicned bv
21 freeholders nnrl Iwrnl vn'om f
uimuui-re nurses are Deing turned on-' " ul ium runs 10 stop me in-1 Koad District No. 10, Columbia Coun-
"" umiivci ii yrrseui in an pans i "" mo ccurui i.jtHeui ly, uregon. and presented to the
' i"" cuumrjr in oruer 10 save xeea, I"' h. iiusriuib lor live t ounty Court of Columbia Courtv
according to reports to the United j divisions to be sent to the front. Oregon, a District Roud Meeting of
BETTER QUALITY iwon llle battle of the Marne anu
. iicacuru runs, i ue uermuns nau cai-
Large numbers of undesirable, culated on only three divisions -being
mediocre horses are being turned on-'sent out from Paris to stop the in-
Gcrmmi I.ohm-x In 11MH
The Gormmi losses since January
1 are seml-officlnlly estimated from
London at 2,500,000 of which 1.
000,000 were permanent. The allies
have captured ono-tblrd of the 13.
000 Gorman guns operating July 15.
"I'lty TU. 'TIs True."
"Article II. Between Auslrli-llnn-gary,
on the one hand, and the Uk
rainian Peoples' Republic oil the
other hand, as far aa these two
Powers border one another, those
front'ers will exist which existed be
fore the outbreak of the present wur
betwoen the AuHtro-Hungarian mon-i
At-chy and Russia. Further north, the
frontier of the republic beginning
at Tarnegrad, will in general follow
the line of Bilgorey to Sroezebon-'
sxyn, Krasnostau, Pugaszce, ltad.yn, :
Meshlretschel, Barnuki, Sellnlk, Wy-l
sekelltowsk, Kamlets)ltowsk, Prus-j
lumy and to Wydozowskyesce." ,
New York Evening Post,
For quick results try a little Mist
Want Ad.
NOTICE
oiai.es department or agriculture. As miuruy uer me name or the legal voters of said Ror.d DIs
a consequence tne market is glutted I ' u smnea, ine r rencn railroad trlct No. 10, will be held r.t the
wn.il commonplace animals ot this -" io luruisn muay oi ine pltzenberg SchcolhoiiRe In s-ilrl
Hoavltitlr.n , I, nvnA. . 1. . RlinnliPB tf tho tmnixi u-na ,1 n., 1 1 I r . , . . .. ... . . nw'11
uiB---- ' " nuau uiHirici on ine zard day of
Tl,eled. The French government, how- November. 1918. r.t the hour of n.
ever, had a macadam road thirty o'clock p. m. of said day, said meet
two feet fide on which four lines ot Ing to be for the purpose of voting a
traffic, two In either direction, were j Special Road Tax In said District on
maintained. Day and night 14.00ui cot to exceed 10 mills on the dollar
u uvra Uliiicu U1CU auu equip
description to the extent that
Prices Daid are unusually lnu?
department urges farmers to raise
horses of better breeding and quality.
The supply of desirable-quality heavy
draft horses or animals suitable for
artillery or cavalry purposes Is be
low the demand, while the prices of
such animals are correspondingly
high. In view of both the domestic
and foreign demand during and after
the war for quality horses and after
ehould begin now to stock up their
barns with horseflesh of the desirable
type. Under existing conditions feed
ing stuffs for work animals are ex
tremely high in price. On this ac
count it is hnnerativp that tha farm.
er should winter only work stock of
the useful, most efficient and val
uable type. One heavy draft horse
will perform the work of practically
two undersized, inferior plugs, while
such an animal cai f.e fed at about
.;.e same tost for ma ntenance as for
one of the plugs. When the farmer
desires to sell a heavy horse of qual
ity and breeding he can always locate
a ready market, whereas inferior
animals ordinarily can be disposed
of only at a sacrifice.
ment.
The traffic never stopped. When u
hole was made in the road, a man
with a shovelful of rock, Blipped in
between the lines of trucks, then
Jumped aside to let the trucks roll
the rocks down. Farm and Fireside.
BUTTER AND CHEESE
MEN IN PORTLAND
Oregon Agricultural College, Cor
vallis A big convention of the Ore
gon butter and cheese makers' or
ganization will be held in Portland,
December 11 and 12. In connection
with the meet a huttpr nrwl i-htau ov
hibit will be held in which prizes
totaling 350 will be awarded the
winners.
Portland wholesale butter and
cheese dealers and factory men will
take part in the convention. Speak
ers will be on hand from the United
States department of agriculture,
federal bureau of markets and the
Oregon Agricultural college, and
leading butter and' cheese men from
Oregon and other parts of the Unitea
States will diBcuss problems vital to
the success of the industry.
The convention will be held in the
Portland hotel.
ON A TEN-MILE FRONT
Assuming there were 100,000 men
massed on a mere 10-mile front, the
rifles end machine guns would ap
proximate a coot of 1, 6000, 000. In
the first 24 hours, according to of
ficial estimates they should fire
13,000,000 shots costing $650,000.
Behind the infantry should be a row
of 3-Inch guns, 1000 of them costing
S3000 each: a second line nt una A.
inch guns costing $20,000 each, and
a third line of 250 10- or 12-inch
of all tr.xable property in said Road
uisinci.
Dated this 8th day of November.
1918.
S. C. MORTOV,
7-49 County Judgo
SIMMONS
IN THE CIRCUIT COI RT OK TltiC;
STATU OF OREGON FOR COL-
liMBIA COUNTY. j
Grace Klllott, Plaintiff, ,
vs. !
James Klllott, Defendant. i
To James Klllott, Pofomlant : !
In the name of the Stato of Ore
gon: You are hereby required to op-1
pear and answer plaintiff's complaint'
filed against you in the above en
titled court and cause on or before
the 28th day of December, 1918. the
said da tn being more than six weeks
ironi the ilato of the first publication
of this summons, nnd If you fall to
eo appear and answer, or otherwise
plead herein, for want thereof, the
plaintiff will apply to the Court for
the relief prayed for in her com-'
plaint, to-wlt: For a decree dis
solving the bonds of matrimony now
existing between plaintiff and de
fendant, and for such other and
further relief as may Boem meet and
equitable.
Tills summons la served upon yoi: 1
by publication pursuant to an ordei '
made by Hon. James A. Kaken, Judgo I
of tho above entitled Court, vHch or-1
der is dated Nuvember 7, 1918. !
Date of first publication, Nov. 15,
1918.
Date of last publication, Dec. 2?,
1918.
A. WALTER WOI.F,
Attorney for plaintiff. '
Fenton Building, Portland, Oregon.
XOTICK
ROAD
OK MCTRICT
MKKTINU
Rond District No. 6, Columbia Coun
ty, Oregon.
Notice is hereby given that In pur
suance of a petition duly signed by!
10 freeholders and legal voters of;
Road District No. 5, Columbia Coun-i
ty, Oregon, and presented to the
County Court of Columbia County.
Oreeon. a District llrmil Monti., f
the legal voters of said Road Dis
trict iso. 6, will be held at the Beav-I
er Homes Grange Hell In said Road
District on the 23rrl dnv i,t vvu.
ber at the hour of 1 o'clock p. ni. ot i
tn I.I .1 . Dni,i ... , . . I
nr 1 9-lnoh iiicciuiK iu iib lur llle
costing about $60,000 apiece. Cost ol S,"!;ponse ' ' Sp?lal Rou1 i
artillery would be S34.000.000 Ii I .r ... " "ul- l"
A KM I X ISTHATt (IPS XOTICK
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF COLUMBIA.
In the Matter of the Kstuto of Iiura
Wallace Carey, Deceased.
Notice is hereby clven that the un
dersigned has been uinxilnteil ml.
minixtrator of the estate of Laura
Wallace Carey, decef.ued, by the
above entitled Court, and has duly
qualified as such. All persons hav
ing claims against said estate aro
hereby notified to present the same,
properly verified as required by law,
to the undersigned, at the office of
the County Clerk in St. Helens, Ore
gon, within bIx months from the date
hereof.
Dated November 7, 1918.
EDER T. WALLACE,
Administrator.
First pub. Nov. 8, 1918.
Last pub. Dec 6, 1918.
Glltner & Bewail,
Attorneys for Administrator.
KIRK! FIRK! FirE: HUE!
See E. E. Quick, St. Helens, and
insure your property in tke Oregon
Fire Relief Association of McMinn-
viiie, Oregon. Don't put it off,
artillery would be $34,000,000. Ii
v.ouiu cost nearly $18,000,000 to
feed these Euns Isst one dav unit a
nishf. Artillery and small nrna rn
approximately $35,600,000 and it
u.ites nearly sis.uoo.oihi to run i iPtn
24 hours. There mav ?an ha tho
giant 16-inch guns which, when
mounted, cost $525,000. rnd whose
shell costs $1000. An attacking
column should be but is not alwayb
accompanied by great numbers of
3 7s baby cannon costing $150u
each. Laying these and the food,
clothing and pay of the men aside,
that battle represents $53,000,000.
The total front is 50 times as long.
Wall Street Journal. ,
Adaptablo
"Is this medicine to be used only
for local application?"
"Dear me, no - you can use It any
where vou han'nen tn ho " n u it 1
more American.
10 mills on the dollar of all taxable
property In said Road District.
Dated this 8th day of November.
1918.
S. C. MORTON,
7-49 County Judge.
XOTICK OK DISTRICT ROAD
MKKTIXU
Road District No. 3, Columbia Coun
ty, Oregon.
Notice is hereby given that In pur
suance of a petition duly signed by
23 freeholders and legal voters of
Road District No. 3, Columbia Coun
ty. Oreeon. and nresnntnil tn ti,
County Court of Columbia County,
Oregon, a District Roud Mnuir.g of
the legal voters of said Road Dis
trict No. 3, will be held In tho Yunk
ton Grange hall on the 23rd day of
November. 1918. r.t the h
o'clock p. m., of said, day, suid meet
ing to be for the purpose of voting
a Special Road T;x In said District
on not to exceed 10 mills on the
dollar of all taxable property In said
Mch6tf W. I. WARREN, Agent. gr,pt
Did 'Km All.
Grocer "Did that wnlormolnn 1 Road District.
gold you do your whole family?'' Dated this 8th day of November,
Customer "Very nearly. The dne- 1918.
tor Is calling yet." Boston Tran- S. C. MORTON,
47-49
County Judgo.
XOTICK OK FINAL ACCOUNT
Iu the Matter of tho Estate of Harry
Moore. Deceased
Notice Is hereby given that tho
undersigned, as administrator of the
estate of Harry Moore, deceased,
also known as Henry Moore and II
Moore., has filed his final account In
the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Columbia County, and
that Saturday, the 7 1 li dnv nt
ber, 1918, at the hour of one o'clock
in the afternoon of suld day, at the
Court Room of said Court, la the
City of St. Helens, Columbia County,
Oregon, has been appointed as the
time and place for the hearing of
objections thereto and uottleiuem
thereof.
Dated and first published Novem
ber 8, 1918.
SHERMAN M. MILE8,
V-JU Administrator.
J. W. Day, Attorney.
Get the Genuin
and Avoid
Waste
Economy
n Every Cake
5Mi
TO A WORKER
A National Demand Especially Applicable to St.
Helens, where Industries are Hampered by
a Lack of Sleeping Accommodations
USE YOUR VACANT. ROOM FOR PATRIOTIC PROFIT
,
See ST. HELENS LUMBER CO., Phone A-91
The Maxwell
The Handsomest
The Most Durable
The Most Economical
Automobile on (he Market
Quick Delivery
J. H. FLYNN
Aeent for Columbia County
Office at
Independent Auto Co.
ST. HELENS, OREGON
-YOUR EVERY NEED-
MENS WORK CLOTHES
Our lino of Ovi rulU ml Work Klilrl. Is Hiving rirrptluMk
ly good wit Infliction thl Mranoii m our price, are rrammahk.
DRY GOODS
A fine new line of Dry ;mm!s luia Jut rrni linl u and will
!o offrritl nt particularly nttrm llv. price, for tli. ueu fiw da;,
SHOES
I'iM.tHiiir for nil Mirx.r aii all ur-. can be funwl
In our U-tiwlnto Kim. Department.
GROCERIES
Wo want you to lnpHt our stork of tpl anil fanrj
(iriH'erlea. IVIrra that make ultk aalca.
A. T. KIBLAN
Phone 35
(Iloulton) St. Helens, Ore.
Free and Prompt Delivery
The Government Says Save
This applies to your house as well as any other
property or article. You can save and conserve
by having
Your House Painted
We do first class interior or outside painting
and finishing work. Also decorating. Estimates
gladly furnished.
J. A. LARGE
PAINTER St. Helens, Ore. DECORATOR
Roseburne Stock Farm -Shorthorns
BMm HERD HEADED BY
Villager Sultan 2nd
Young Stock of both Seio
for mil. at all tlmui
A. H. TARBELL, Prop.
' Warren, Oregon
The Man in the
Tobacco Store
Says
it does beat all how men
are taking to Real Grave
ly, now that they know it
costs nothing extra tochew
this class oi tobacco. ' All
you have to do is to get a
man to take his first plug
of Gravely. Let him get
the pure, satisfying Grave
ly taste, and team for him
self how much longer the
small Gravely chew stays
with him than a big chew
of ordinary plug.
t
furtktrtkaf'i mh f
earn gtl tht fd tail) tfthit tlaa
tfhhoect withtul intra tut.
PEYTON BRAND
Keal Gravely Chewing Plug
109 a poach-andujortftir

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