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ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1919
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Gresham Yearly fruit and ve
a i tuble puck of cannery over 32,000
CLATSKANIE
'"""lorn-Contracts lot to Columbia Lt.Teln
Contract Co.. for 60.000 yard road , k January 6th " '
material for paving 18 mllec be- Mr. K f- r, ,,. nn mi a
twn.m 8al,,m unl Aurora. K". ! 1 "J" "a:
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Coos Hey district cut 283,000,000
lnn.luiH In I 111 H
u.iinin HtniH lilvliwnv roiiimlNKlnn ' Hlvnr mid liarbor
,m ik. 1.1,1. Jnininrv 7ih nn 1700.- ' Oregon provides 1130,000
mill ro-tl work. Coos Hay, $100,000 for Yauulna lliiv
Kl.iniath Klln I'lillcnn Usy raw- '' Hurbor and H4.000 for Coquel
mill Increases capacity to 70,000,- "ar ruur.
pppropriationi dftv. ;i h: Hnw ". " v-i
fl . .
000 fHOt.
KlKht hull built at Aborilonn to
ho fitted with itiacti Inury nt Port
Ir.ucl. Portland Albina Engine & Mu
clilno work luunch one vussol imicI
ilollvor another to the government
December 30.
Portland Port commission to
build 12,000 ton drydoclt.
Portland Puclflc Steamship Co.,
to establish Portland-Oriental serv
lce. '
UIoiiJiiIb New miwrnlll going In
l",r0- . . . -
indications a o mnt l v l H apple
Hood Itlror county to Increase
taxes 6 pur cont lu 1919 for good
ronil work.
i,enanon jnow 0,000 cannery
building authorized by board of di
rectors. Knulpment to cost IG000
Hoblnolt Htandard Oil Co., build
ing on wurenouso here, capacity fivo
carloadH.
Portland State highway commis
sion appropriates $180,000 for Uma
tilla county roads.
Oregon'! area of fall Down wheal
lurguHt on record, totals 693,000
acres.
Halfway Eighty per cont of farra-
Vrop In Oregon, Washington, Mont-i ;r" . ' nl P"rl 01 l,iulr income
iiim and Idnho will total approxlnia-1 fro'n d"lry'n-
tely $21,000,000. 1 " "alien aiate highway com
Portland Uagln flour Mills to
erect another mill; capacity 1000
barrels.
ItoHfhurg to make weekly live
stork r.hlpmeni to Portland markets.
Oregon City Uch1 man ships
300,1100 strawberry plants to Cali
fornia firm.
ItiHoburg Herd men of state
want berd law amended not to ex
tend to mountain ranges.
Oregon City W. p. lluwloy to
liiiixi i.'o.uuo nomo hers.
mission appr ves $90,000 bridge
over Deschutes.
Hoseliurg to Winchester road to' be
paved, $92,500 will be expended.
8'ilom Htnte fish and game com
mission needs additional $5000 to
complete Oregon City fishing
past week.
Anna Caroline Voxel, for many
years a resident of Clatskanln. riled nt
Halem on Saturday last, after being !BKa,n8t yu ,n t"8
In a feeble state of health for sevr-lCour- and cause on
SIMMONS
al years past
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Evenson enter
tained their family over the Christ
mas holidays. Lieut. Wlllard Even
son and his wife being down from
Boattle, franklin from the special
training school at Spokane, and
Clarence from Leland Stanford S A.
T. C, California.
Rev. II. F. Gelvln has been out a
few times during the past week, aftei
being confined to the house for some
time with a severe cold, which threat
ened to assume sorlous proportions.
Although still far from well he has
officiated at several runerals and at
tended to such ministerial duties In
town as seemed absolutely neceb
u ry.
Dr. J. L. Wooden returned to hl
home here the last of the week, af
ter spending the summer in Uncle
Sam's service, being stationed ai
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subsequent to the signing of the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF COLUMBIA.
Fred W. Skiff, Plaintiff,
vs.
Louise E. Skiff, Defendant.
To Louise E. Skiff, Defendant.
In the Name of the State of Ore
gon: You are hereby required to ap-!
pear ana answer the complaint filea
above entitled !
or before the 18th :
day of January, 1919, that being the
first judicial day after the last day
rcr the publication of summons as!
prescribed by the Order of Publics-!
tlon of Summons herein, and It you I
rr.il so to appear and answer as here
in directed, plaintiff will apply to
the above entitled Court for the re
lief prayed for in plaintiffs com
plaint, to-wit: for a decree of the
above entitled Court dissolving the
bonds of matrimony now and here
tofore existing between plaintiff and
defendant herein.
This summons is served upon you
by virtue of an order made by the
llonorcblo James A. Eakin, Judge of
the above entitled Court on the 2nd
day of December, 1918, which pre
scribes that the summons In this suit
shall be served upon you by publica
tion thereof once a wex for a:x con
secutive weeks In the St. Helens Mist,
a newspaper In general circulation in
the County of Columbia and State of
DO YOU LIKE GOOD BREAD?
If 8o, Ask Your Grocer fer Bread from Our Modern llakory
IT 18 CLEAN APPETIZING AXD WHOLESOME
OUR BAKERY PRODUCTS
re prepared in clean, modern, sanitary bakery and our ever
iucreaning business is an indisputable evidence thai we produce
"GOOlJ TlilNGH TO EAT"
. WEST ST. HELENS BAKERY
S. HEUMAN, Proprietor
Phone B-l 14 West St Helens, Oregon
ST. HELENS HOTEL
E. A. ROTGER, Prop,
will help Increase salmon production. ! -0." his unit ws. sent to Newl0"0?' '-
EQUAL PAY FOP..
EQUAL WORK POLICY
In tilA rentl IiirI ninnlu lnnf,lAn In
Corvallls Denton county to have! the change of Industries from a war
2000 r.rres lioans next year. Grow
its want warehouse and cleaning
plmit here.
Hnlo ships flr.it carload prunes; or
exivlli'tit quality.
Halein WltteiiburR-King Co., Im
porting carload cabbago dully, as well
u:i between 0,000 and 100,000
pounds carrots. Celery, turnips,
parsnip waiUud.
Pendleton County court to set
nsldn $f0,000 this year to (trade road
Imtwuen Pendleton and Morrow coun
ty line.
OifKon City Southern Pacific to
construct new steel bridge here.
Corvrllls Eleven miles Hentoi.
county roads to be hard surfuced, to
coxl $220,000.
Itosobuis 100,000 pounds bean?
scut out front district In week.
The Dulles Wasco Milling Co.,
running ul capacity; three 8-hour
shirts.
York preparatory to going overseas
to do service in the reconstruction,
but countermanding orders were re
ceived and they were mustered out
Instead. Mrs. Wooden's sister, Miss
itawungs, was down from Portland
to a poace busts, the principle ot to spend Chrlstmao with the family.
-iuui pay lor equal worn, lurorceu Chief,
by the department of labor wher-l
ever It had power to dlcate, will have NEW TOP. TOP AMPP
a widespread Inriuence. according to1 Vr. a Z
economists. In his report Just issued! ICAN YOUNGSTERS
the secretary outlines the policy pur-1
sued by the war labor boprd as lu.
lows:
tln thereof be had on the 6th day
of December, 1918, and the last pub
lication on the 17th day of January,
1919.'
RALPH A. COAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff, 633" Pittock
Block, Portland, Oregon.
Dr.te of first pub., Dec. 6, 1918.
Date of last pub. J.-.n. 17, 1919.
SUMMONS I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE 1
COUNTY OF COLUMBIA. I
"Bringing mother un to date." 1
I the latest responsibility to be pine'; Julius A. Bitterllrc, Plaint!
American and European Plan
, All Busses Call at Hotel
Everything Modern steam Heating Plant
H4 and Cold Water In Rooms
lrt.t 1 a t ''vn I vnpuunillllHI LVJ MO UIUV i
i no riKiiin or women in inaiiHtrv.nH un A ... . I vi
have beeu rigidly protected by thelday American infant. Esther Bltterllng, Defendant,
war lubor board with respect to. As a result of a recent conference! To Es'.l er Bltterlinr. Defendant,
questions of wagon, health and gen-, hetweon Dr. Julius Levy, director of I In 8 of the State of Ore-
erul wclfure. In all cases where wom-!ti,e bureau of child bv.t.n. nt ti.-'ron: You are hereby reoulred to an-
u.o namii wuc ns iiikii : jsew Jersey department of henlth
they shall according to the policy of ftnil -onMoT Km 'u
the war lubor board receive pre-iWB, decided that the best way to get
clsely the same rate of pay. and In , certain IniDortant Item, of hrnith n.
no case be allotted tasks dlspropor
tionute to their strength.
formation to the mothers of Net
Jersey was throueh the children
themselves.
The state bureau has sent out let
Some men are always looking for
the handle that will unable thuin to ters to school principals and superin- a"Rwer- for want thereof, the plain
pear and answer the complaint fllea
cgainst you In the r hove entitled
suit, on or before the last day of the
time prescribed Ir. the order for the
ruliilcatlon of this sui.imons, hereto
fore made and filed herein, to-wit:
on or before the 4th day of January,
191. and if you fall to appear and
pump you.
mi i
jtondents sugrresllng thnt they re- wl" "PP'y to Court for the
quesi on cnnoren wnose households I """" tmiiiio ia iue compiumi,
boast tho possession of a baby tojto"wlt: ,ur 8 decree dissolving the
write to the children's bureau, de- U-arrlage contract now and hereto
partment of labor, at Washington. I for8 existing between plaintiff and
D. C. asking that pamphlets and I defendant, and for such other relief
bulletins dealing with Infant care,!1"1 to tl,e Court me.y seem Just,
the care of children of pre-school I Tllls summons Is published once a
age, or similar child welfare sub-i weelt for "lx consecutive weeks in the
Jects, be mailed at, once to their SI- Helens Mist, a newspaper of een
mothers. "al clrcualtlon, published r.t St
According to the state bureau It c Helens, Columbia County, Oregon, by
honed bv this menns in et intn . 1 virtue of an order of the Hon. 8. C.
I possession of a Inrpe number of Morton, County Judge of Columbia
i mothers valuable Information that j Count'r' Oregon, duly made and filed
I
Cattle Buying for
Swift & Company
Swift & Company buys more than
9000 head of cattle, on an average,
every market day.
Each one of them is "sized up" by
experts.
Both the packer's buyer and the
commission salesman must judge what
amount of meat each animal will yield,
and how fine it will be, the grading of
the hide, and the quantity and quality
of the fat.
Both must know market conditions
for live stock and meat throughout the
country. The buyer must know where
the different qualities, weights,' and
kinds of cattle can be best marketed
as beef. '
If the buyer pays more than the
animal is worth, the packer loses money
on it. If he offers less, another packer,
or, a shipper or feeder, gets it away
from him.
If the seller accepts too little, the live
stock raiser gets less than he is entitled
to. If he holds out for more than it is
worth, he fails to make a, sale.
A variation of a few cents in the price
per hundred pounds is a matter of vital
importance to the packer, because it
means the difference between profit
and loss.
Swift & Company,
U. S. A.
will enable them to give more Intel
Hgent care' to the babies of the na
tlon.
Another novel' plan to teach the
essentials of a child's diet to moth-
ers was recently Invented by the
I rhlld welfrre committee of an Il
linois city. A table was set for dolls
representing children of different
ages, and before each doll was plac
ed the proper diet for a child of that
particular age.
DECREASE IN IN
FANT MORTALITY
in this suit of the 16th day of No
vember, 1918, and the date of th
first publication herein Is the 22no
day of November, 1913.
FRED W. HERMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff; Residence
and Postoffice Address, Rainier,
Oregon.
49-3
Quick Cure for Croup
Watch for the first symptom,
hoarseness and give Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy at once. It is prompt
and effectual.
' Milwaukee offers herself as a liv
ing proof of the truth of the as-:
sertlon that as Intelligence In tlib
care of young children increases the
doath rate Invariably decreases. '
Six years ago this city established
n municipal health bureau, and for
two years previous to that she has
Inystematlcolly compiled and kept her
j infant mortality figures.
According to these figures the
mortality of infants under one year
of age was in 1912 25 per cent of all
the deaths occurring in the city. Ii. :
l 17 it was only 20 per cent. This
substantial decrease Is attributed to
the fine child welfare work can lea
on 'by the local committee. The es-!
tahllshment of health clinics for sick i
children, and of municipal Keen-
well Health centers, where well ,
children are taken for advice as to :
howi to keep well, have brought good
results. The pre-natal clinics for'
mothers where Intelligent hygiene;
for motherhood Is taught, have also!
been found of great value In helping
to reduce the number of babies who
die In the first month of thetr exist
ence on account of the lack cf pro
per pre-natal attention.
Frazier's Confectionery
St. Helens, Oregon
On the Strand near Mill
Yard
CIGARS, TOBACCOS
CONFECTIONS
SOFT DRINKS
POOL and BILLIARD
PARLOR
Breath Is the most useful thing in
the long run.
NOTICK OF FINAL ACCOUNT
In the Matter of the Estate ot Jessie
Nilsen, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, as administrator of the
estate of Jessie Nilsen, deceased, has;
rued his final account In the County
Court of the State of Oregon, for1
Columbia County, and that Satur
day, the 4th day of January, 1919,!
at the hour of one o'clock In the af
ternoon of said dtvy, at the Court'
room of said Court, la the City of St. I
Helens, Columbia County, Oregon,
has been appointed as the time and .
place for the hearing ot objections
thereto and the settlement thereof.
Dated and first published, Decem
ber 6, 1918.
BIRGER NILSEN.
Administrator ef the Estate of Jessie
Nilsen, Deceased. I
J. V. Day, Attorney. 61-3'
Str. IRALDA
Rate between St. Helena and
Portland, BO cents on way, 75
cents for Uie round trip.
Tickets good until used.
Boat larri St. Helens 7 :65 a. m .
Returning leaves Pottland t:30 p. ni.
Arrive at St Helens 4 -45 p. m.
C LHOOGHKIRK
What to I'se to lrovent Appendicitis
St. Helens' people should know;
simple buckthorn bark, glycerine,
etc., as mixed In Adler-i-kn, flushes
the ENTIRE bowel tract so complete
ly that appendicitis Is prevented. ONE
SPOONFUL Adler-i-ka relieves ANY
CASE sour slomach, gas or constipa
tion because It removes ALL foul
matter which clogged and poisoned
your system. The INSTANT cction
surprise! both doctors and patieuts.
A. J. Doming, Druggist.
SAVE YOUR
EYES
Make vour eyes more use
ful than tljey are. You cat.
do it if you will permit mc
to make your glasses
glasses that will help you
see more and better.
DR. WILL J. THOMPSON
KYK SPECIALIST
Here Saturday, January 4th
How's Your Automobile?
Now, more than ever before, you must watch your
automobile and keep it in'perfect order. Autqmobiles 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 f o
us. We handle lathe work, make small parts, battery work
besides all automobile repairs.
ST. HELENS GARAGE
Phone 57 H. M. TERRY . Prop. On the Strand
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
I have nice BULL CALVES from heavy milking dams,
ALSO
Two nice HEIFERS, bred to Villager Sultan 2nd. which
are priced right.
A. H. TARBELL, Proprietor
Warren, Oregon.
Hank pinned
the bee on Ed
for fair
Ed never could see any
chew but a big hunk of
oversweet tobacco. "You
take this plug of Real
Graveiy,"saysHank.'Take
a small chew two or three
squares. See how long it
holds its pure, rich taste.
If you don't admit that
Gravely gives you tobacco
satisfaction without extra
cost, I'll buy your plug for
a month." Hanged if Ed
didn't walk in next day,
grab off a plug of Gravely
and throw down his money
just like a little man!
mm .rri ri.,'. l.
PEYTON BRAND
Heal Gravely Chewing Plug
each piece packed in z pouch
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