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ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 22. 1918 j
Issued Kvery Friday by
THE MIST n iU.ISHIXa COMPANY
O. D. HEILBORN Vice President
and Manager.
8. C. MORTON Editor
SITWCKIPTIOX RATES
One Year l-BO
Six Months 75
Entered as second-class matter.
January 10th, 191!. at the Postofflce
at St. Helens. Oregon, under tbe act
of March 3rd. 1879.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
fcrce might not be employed In the! THE QUESTION
yards. It might be well to bear In when the struggle is done, and we've
mind, however, that both of the , . vanquished the Hun.
yards have work enough on hand to , And rreejom iaiS come to her own.
keep them busy for the next year. jyvhen we draw a long breath ere we
p.nd It Is more than probable they reckon with Peuth,
will be bulldins ships lor private oc-1 And concede lilm our 'lost with a
vvuu.. .i. iu .u;ui,. put vvu- grOUtl
cerns nave iuu uiuuu iuuu iutchivu
I I All Kum. .... .
ARE THEY SORRY?
American people are being appeal
ed to end there is n effort on the
part of the German people to stir up
the sympathy of those inclined tu
mercy or whose sympathy is easil)
enlisted. The German people want
thA Iprms fit th irmiulion mnHffiPfl
They clrim uutold suffering in Ger-!tnan tne abnormal conditlono which
manv will be the result if the terms have existed. Business as usual,
of the armistice are cr.rrled out. Tho1 should be the slogan and if every
Germans making the appeal to the , one practices this, tnat spirit or conn
In their plants to allow theni to re
main idle.
Perhaps the number of men now
employed, might be decreased. If
such should be the case, the labor
would be absorbed la other indus
trial channels. With Columbia coun
ty figuring on a continuance ot their
road program, there will be work for
several hundred men. During the
past year, all road districts were
seriously handicapped by a lack ot
labor and the best results could not
be accomplished. The state highway
coiutnicsion also hrts a lan for much
road work during the coming year
and hundreds of men will be needed,
so those who do not find work in the
shipyards, can easily obtain employ
ment on the roads.
Another factor anould be taken In
to consideration. On account of the
call tor soldiers, n majority of the
farms could not secure needed help.
Men were called from the fields end
dairies to the army. When they come
back, they will return to those pur
suits which they left. There Is room
for all and will be work tor all.
There is no reason to be alarmed,
tut on the other hand, there is every
reason to feel encouraged, for war
time prosperity will give way to
peace-time prosperity. Matters will
be established on a normal basis, !
There is much to be said ere Auto
cracy's dead;
You're loyal but what tlo you I).
Ily Florence Van Cleve In the New
York Times.
There's a question, that then will he
asked of all men
As you answer, you'll prove frlse orj
Uuiu vtviit nnA w i There's
fnnFlit tnr tha IMulit '''
You were loyal but what did you
DO?"
THE KOI.OIFR IMY
Uy Mrs. Thos. J. King. St. Helens
There's a cottage In the twilight.
There's mother old and gray.
a soldier boy a-iuurciun
at
He's marching on to battle
With a heart so b-eve and true,
And soon he will be fighting
a per- for tire Hed, White and Blue.
Frazier's Confectionery
St. Helens, Oregon
On the Strand near Mill
Yard
CIGARS. TOBACCOS
CONFECTIONS
SOFT DRINKS
POOL and BILLIARD
PARLOR
Do you help the Red Cross
DoTou tack up the Y. M. C. A ! Th. soldier boy is marching on
Some tew bonds do you own In the
Liberty I.oun?
When the call comes for cash do
you pay?
Do you nurse wounded men till
they're husky cgaln.
Plunging Into the scrlmnu-.ge anew?
Have you canned up tomatoes, and
planted potatoes?
You're loyal but whet do you DO?
It you're too old to fight, you can
still talk or write.
And thus battle to make the world
free;
Like a keen two-edged sword Is the
eloquent word.
i Whether spoken or written It bo;
You can show up the Hun by the
searchlight of fun
Till he see how his viewpoint's as- ally.
To battle far away,
To fight for Freedom
And to keep our Liberty;
With Uncle Sam he's loyal.
And his heart Is brave and true.
And long will our banner wave
The Hed. White and lllue.
Soon there'll be a mighty conflict,
Victory will be nobly won.
And our Country will be saved
From the enemy and bomb.
And the soldier boy so brave ana
true
Will hn marching home again
To the cottage down the shady lane,
With the Red, Willie anil mue.
ST. HELENS ROUTE
THE PtOFLM BOAT
STK. AMERICA
m
in
Don't surrender your Liberty)
Bond, conditionally or uncondltlon
Leaves Portland dilly -2:30 p.
(Sunday 1:30 p. u.)
Arrives St. Helena - - 1:00 p
(Sunduy 3:30 p. in.)
Leaves St. Helena - - - 8:15 a. m.
Arrives Portland - - 10:16 a. m.
II HOLM AN. Agent
Makes all way landings. Wharf foot
Alder street. Phones: Malll 8323,
A-4 204.
FRANK WILKLN'S. St Helens Agent
All Ilus , al ,i (Ke
I ourteoun Treaty,
(H OP A r
ORCADIA
HOTEL
TIIOH. lHltlS ,:U, Prnp.
(1il ken Dliinrr, IW rcnl(
IUlr- 1.2.1 ,,or (y andt
HlWrlltl UllljtM ... It I
-nir Ihiwd
ST.
I'll l.VK HIIEIMKII, Pro,,
W IIKIH I.H
A. M.
Lv. Bt. Helens 7 jj
Warren 75
Bcappoose g;oo
Ar. Portland f.ii
Lv. Portlaud io-oo
Ar. St. Helens 11:60
Hittiinlii) and Humlnti
Spoilnl trip leaving St. IU-lon 1 1 J
i-eovo rortland 11 p D
American people, are sorry, yes, the
are very sorry, and are shedding
crnrnHilA tparn Admitting thv sr..
sorry, it is pertinent to ask the ques-j
tlon, why are they sorry? ' Is it be
cause they have killed and malniea
innocent and defenseless women and
children; have crucified woundea
and helpless soldiers, put to death
The phone company certainly slip
ped one over when it ignored the
Oregon public service commission
and secured authority from Burle
son to make a raise in the rates. No
bv the bavonet epllrnt wounded sol- showing as to the necessity of the
NOTICE OF M'lKJKT MEETING
Notice Is hereby given to the taxpayers of the City of St. Helens.
li r r , X . I Columbia County, State of Oregun, that a Special Mee'.ng 01 1110 varum..,
hACh. 11 J??llla:,ll He"" Ccunmu of said City will be hold in the Council Chambers In said City at
8 o'clock P. M on the 4th day of December, 1918, Tor '.he purpose 01 u
ins the tax levy for the cnr.umg ye-r, nd to hear any discussion or ob
jections to the following budget estimate:
BUDGET FOR GENERAL MUNICIPAL PURPOSES
Salaries
Recorder 640 00
Marshal and Deputy Marshals 2,040.00
Attorney's salary 240.00
Treasurer's Salary 100.00
For Special Deputies 400.00
dence In the future will prevail and
all lines of industry will continue
and profit.
Aiers, spread death and destruction
with poison gas, liquid fire and other
fiendish inventions, the sending to
watery graves of hundreds of In
nocents who were abroad the Lusi-
raise has been made to the state of
ficials and Burleson probably put his
O. K. on the matter without making
an investigation. A raise might be
necessary, but such a large raise.
$3,020.00!
City Hall and Recorder's
Streets and Crossings
Flro Truck, Wages
tania, ravishing end enslaving tho coming jusi wnen matters are on tne
women of Belgium and France. wan-!road t0 normal, is not Justifiable.
2.200.00 i
1,000.00 I
2.600 00 1
The council Is now wrangling ovei
mention of their being the question of allowing a five-foot
walkway on the lot recently leased to
the creamery, so there can be access
to the waterfront. It access to the
waterfront Is necessary, the council
should have thought of this before
leasing the only piece of property
the city owns which is at or near the
waterfront.
ton destruction of property, bombing
of Red Cros3 hospitals and every
other outrage which can be thought
of? They are sorry, but for what?
Because they v.-ere defeated, for
there is no
sorry or the thousands of crimes
committed. Never a word has been
spoken or printed by the German
people which would show them not
to be in perfect accord with the bar
barous methods of the war time
lords.
This being the case, upon what
ground can we base an opinion that
the German people are not now un
der instructions of their war lords,
those who caused the death of ten
millions of people, world-wide suf
fering and indescribable horrors.
The American people should not
be hoodwinked. The German plea
for mercy is only a part of the Ger
man propaganda which will soou
flood this country, flood it even more
than In pre-war tines.
From now on, the pro-hun in
America will be shedding tears ana
enlisting sympathy and help for a
democratic Germany, a contrite Ger
many, but the people of the United
States will not be fooled, the peace
terms will be carried out by those
who know the Germans and know
whp.t tratment is best for them.
The people have a right to be indig
nant at both the phone company
and the postmaster general.
Again Columbia has done, itself
proud. The county's quota on the Charter No. 10992
United War Work drive is filled and I
an additional 50 per cent thrown In j
for good measure. Our citizens do'
not forget the "boys over there."
Total
Lighting:
Street Lights,
Office
Maintenance ot
Fire Department:
Fire Hose, Balance on
of Firemen, etc.
Miscellaneous: . 1
Appropriation for Public Library 350.00
Miscellaneous Items 500.00 ;
Insurance 200.00 1,050 00 1
Interest on sewer and refunding bonds 1,200.00:
Total $10,970 00 i
lit is estlmnted by the Flnanco Committee of the Council that the i
above sum should be raised to meet the running expenses of the City.
j The budget has been prepared with a great deal of care on t!io part j
I of the Finance Committee, mil the council solicits the co-operation of tin-'
j taxpayers ot St. Helens prior to tho adoption of the budget, and Invite !
the taxpayers to be present rt the special meeting to be held on December j
4th, 1918. , I
Done by order of the Council, this 18th dny of November, 1918. 1
Aitest: M AUNTS SAXON, Mayo-.
E. E. QUICK, Recorder. 1 I
12 i
The school board is wise when it
figures on building a school build
ing that will be a permanent affair
and take care of the rapidly increas
ing school population of the city.
BUSINESS AS USUAfc
The erection of the many new
dwellings now in course of con
struction is an indication that the
people believe in the future of St.
Helens.
74, 262. .Hi
42.92 ;
25,000.00
From the number of
notices published in the
divorce 1
Mist it !
There is no reason to be alarmed would appear that preparations are
as to the business conditions which
will maintain in St. Helens on ac
count of the termination of the war.
Shipbuilding and lumbering are our
principle industries. That either 01
these industries will be seriously af
fected, is very Improbable. St. Hel
ens was building shipB two years be
fore the kaiser started the war, and
will continue to build them. The
mills were running full time, before
p.ny one but the kaiser thought of
w.tr, and they will continue to run.
Of course, the government 'might
not immediately place orders for ad
ditional tonnage, r.nd 00 large a
being made for the time the
come home.
boys
Can it be that President Wilson
still thinks the adoption of that suf
frage amendment essential to the
winning of the war? New York
Herald.
"I can't make out daughter's writ
ing. She seems to want something,
but I can't Just make out what."
"Never mind. Send ten dollars."
"She adds a postscript." "Send fif
teen dollars." Kansas City Journal
Special Sale on
LANTERNS
During the coming week, we will place on sale a
large number of LANTERNS. The prices will he
very low. If you need a LANTERN around the
house, the ham, or on the farm, better take advan
tage of this special sale. You will save money by so
doing. Watch for our window display.
Electric Light
GLOBES
Remember that we handle TUNGSTEN Electric
Light Globes. We have them in all sizes. Flash
Lights, Batteries, and other electrical appliances.
' Our HOLDIAY Hardware supplies are arriving.
Do your Christmas shopping early and be sure to
call at our store.
C3. DITTO
Telephone No. 97 St. Helens, Oregon
4,000.00
Reserve District No.
Report of the Condition of
THE FIRST NATIONAL HANK OF Ht'APPOOKK
at Scaipoose, la the State ot Oregon, at the close of business on November
1st, 1918.
Resources
l.-a. Loans and discounts, including redis
counts, (except those shown in b and c) . $74,262.36
Total loans
2. Overdrafts, secured, $ none, unsecured f 4 2.92
5. U. K. Bonds (other than Liberty Bond.), but
including U. S. certificates of indebted
ness ) :
a. U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation
(par value) 25,00OO0
). Liberty liimn HoikIh:
a. Liberty Loan Bonds, 3V4. 4 and 4 Vi per
cent, unpledged
d. Liberty Loan Bonds, Z'i, 4 and 4 V4 per
cent, pledged to secure State or other
deposits or bills payr.ble.
e. Payments actually made on Liberty 4 14
per cent bonds of the Fourth Liberty Loan
owned
7. Bonds, securities, etc. (other than U. S.):
c. Bonds and securities pledged as collateral
for State or other deposits (postal ex
cluded) or bills payable 4,000.00
e. Securities other than U. S. bonds (not In
cluding BtocKs) owned unpledged
Total bonds, securities etc, other than
u. s i
9. Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (60 per cent
of subscription)
10. a. Value of banking house, owned and un
incumbered 5.900.00
b. Equity in banking house
11. Furniture and fixtures
13. Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank
15. Cash In vault and net amounts due from
national banks
Checks on banks located outside of city or
town of reporting bank and other cash
items
Redemption fund with U. 8. Treasurer and
due from U. S. Treasurer
Interest earned but not collected aip-oxl-mate
on Notes and Bills Receivable not
past due
900.00
3,000.00
100,00
8,037.73
19.
20.
21.
12.037.73
800.00
5,900.00
1.995.00
5,868.36
1.1,510.40
951.12
1,250.00
600.00
Total
l Llal.llitlr
24. Capital stock paid In
i 25. Surplus fund
26. a. Undivided profits 2,686.22
b. Less current expenses, interest and taxes
:A , Pad 2,231.68 -
:27. Interest and discount collected or credited,
In advance of maturity and not earned
I (approximate) i
31. Amount duo to Federal Reserve Bank ... :
j Demand (lepimlts (other than bank deposit)
subject to Reserve (deposits payable with- h
j in 30 days): , if
34. Individual deposits subject to chack
j35. Certificates of deposit due in less than 30
I days (other than for money borrowed)
j 37. Cashier's checks outstanding
j 38. State county or other municipal deposits
secured by pledge of assets of this bank r
Time deKHltg subject to Reserve (payable after
I 30 days, or subject to 30 days or more
I notice, and postal savings):
j 42. Certificates of deposits (other than for
I money borrowed)
1 43. State, county or other municipal deposits
I secured by pledge of assets of this bank
! &6. Liabilities other than those above stated,
I Fourth Liberty Loan
,1
146,223.89
25.000.00
230.00
454.54
600.00
25,000.00
72,019.93
2,337.33
231.82
6,766.00
900.00
Total
jStp.te of Oregon, County of Columbia,
,036.27
6,660.00
900.00
146,223.89
I. D. Crowlev. Cashlnr nf tho nhnvu nnmo.i ... ... , .
that the above statement is true to the best ot my knowledge and bellof
D. CROWLEY, Cashier.
CORRECT- Attest : VUB"101
' . : J- 8. MANN,
. S. M. MANN,
J. O. WATTS,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16Mi day of Novembermi
J. B. SCHAEKER,
( w ' , . . . Notary Public for Oregon
My commission expires January 24th. 1920.. ""Bun.
; f 5 Sj
Mr. Ship Worker
and Your Family
YOU'RE planning on getting as far ahead finan
cially as possible, of course. But have you evei
stopped to consider how much easier it is to SAVE
when your money is tightly tucked away in a bank?
Wc have many shipbuilders among our great many
patrons here at the COLUMBIA COUNTY BANK.
Ask any of them if they are not pretty well satisfied
"Conservativcness plus Progressivencss"
is our motto
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I'rcntdeul
ST HRI.F.NH yg-Z sr OPFGON
in colUhuTa Coun
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WITH
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ies, including Phoenix Assurance of London Agency,
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ST. HELENS, OREGON
Winter Furs and Muffs
Wo havo tuHt rocolved a large shipment of FUUS.
SCARFS, NECKPIECES and MUFFS. There are some
bouutlful pIoccb in the lot and the prices are reasonable.
Children's Coats
Latest styles and made ot
A nlco lino Jiuit rocelved.
excellent muterlula.
M. ROSENTHAL

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