ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, JANUARY 17. 1919
One of tlie beneficial effect! of the
rld-wlile war will be the educa-
i fen of the people to n realization of
(e fallnclot of Rocmllnm. HocuuiHtii
one of the niOHt elmple, rttractlve
k:luctive and popular fallncle of
jin age. The mental attitude of the
DchillHt lit an attractive one. It la
ji attitude that appeals to Indolence,
Olxnorance and therefore to the
lioughtluHH. The BociallHt nHmmea
Jifl mental attitude that he U wllllnk
to furnlith the appetite If you will
fiirnlnh the food. He In willing to
urnlMh the tlirlHt If you furnlHh the
ChnnipiiKne. This In a doctrine thai
la well calculated to appeal to the
thnuaiitlma. the Idle, the alilftlena,
the Hentltnentnl and the vIcIouh. TIiIh
account for the popularity of hocUI
m. The clause that It appeal to
Ulefore the war broke out this
country wai menaced by the con
f antly IncraaHlliK Nentlment In faror
I aoriallMni, but the great world
Jdrt conflict Iiuh revealed to the
vlligoil. nutlona the fallucy of noclal
m. We have two coimplcuous ex
lliiuloa of hocIuIIhiii. One Ih In Oor
l(uny; the other Ih In HuhhIu. Oor
l Inn y Iiuh carried the hocIuIIhiIc Idea
t ItH liiglcul conclualon. Uorniuny
I Introduced Into the hooIuIIbUc
ttute ahHulute Htate authority. Thin
m'iinH autocriiry an1 (IohpoUhiii.
BoiIuIImiii with uliHiilutn atate author
ity la the wornt kind of aluvery. The
tato control everything. The tools
of production, the railroudH, tliu
t tfi'Kruplm, the telephones and even
r tare by the Htrong hand of nilll
t irlHin every citizen In the Htate
y here It wbtliea to have him placed.
J rIh bulIdH up a powerful atate ma
I line and cnrrleH out the aoclullHtlc
1 en to Its logical concluRlon, that la,
i jclallHt controlled by absolute Htate
On the other hand, we have In
HusHla the other extreme. We have
t ve rocIhIIhiii without any atate au-
jrlty. Yoh, HoclllHm-free, untam
Ued and without any authority oi
i ,-der. Kverybody going every way
IDd nobody knowa where anybody Is
lolng. This Ih the Ideal of aortalUm
cf the theoriBt and t: dreamer and
la fruita are chaov, tumult and u
orcliy. Therefore, this wortd-wlde
vi ar linn brought cotmplcuously to the
attention of the civilized world the
fuct that RoclallMtn la a inld-dayi
dream. On the one Ride the Bocial
lutle atate U j-ei.llzed by Introducing
atwilulo atate authority Into It
wfelvh rcHultH In the nightmare of
depotiHin and au'ocracy te In Ger
many r.nd when the dream of a sen
timental aoclallat Ib realized then the
n'flitmar of chaon and anarchy pre-
t II an In Hunnla. Ixu-d Acton utter-i
a a;lendld phlloBophle generalization I
lli regard to Roclnllam when lie laid:
"In the socialistic atate, with ab-
J'ttte Htate auihorlty, the Individual
, In the handa of the community,
at the slave la In the hands of hid
x iiter." Charles H. Belts, of the
Lyons (N. Y.) Kepubllcan.
H2LIEF SENT BELGIUM
The federal fond administration
r announced that hereafter 180,-
0 tons of cupplies. Including
' 'Hlng will ho shipped to Belgium
-month. As tbls program will
I re 160,000 dead-weight tons of
i lng. In addition to the 340,000
t t already chartered by the relief
4 mission, application for addition
If tflnage has been made to the
t ' jtng board.
, A survey of the physical duniagw
T (lit by the Germans In Belgium
1 t been ditHcrlhed In a cablegram
f '.el by the food nilmlnlHtratlon
V Food Administrator Herbert
r. who, with William 11. Po
ll . European director of the com
t n for relief, has JuhI completed
ft s.rtey of Belgium.
V.at Want Ads tor Results.
Rich oil of cocoanut meat, churned with a generous
, quantity of pure pasteurized sweet milk and fine
dairy salt, makes this pure, wholesome, nutritious and
delicious nut butter.
On bread and toast, in cakes and pastry, it "costs less
and tastes best."
The product of a sanitary, Pacific Northwest factory.
Churned fresh daily, packed in waxed odorprooi
YOUR GROCER CAN SUPPLY YOU
UNION HEAT CO.
THE WAR OF DOCTORS
Pneumonic plague, Imported from
China aa a consequence of the world
war! "That's the substance of the 'Span
ish Influenza' explanation offered In
a New York medical Journal by Dr.
James J. King of the United Utatea
army medical corpa.
Three hundred and liny thousand
lives have thus far been lost In the
United States alnce the epidemic
reached "an Atlantic port" In the
summer of 1918.
Other explanations than that of
fored by Dr. King fall to take into
account all the facta. Tho d Insane Ib
Independent of climatic conditions.
It bus raged In damp Huston, In
moist Cleveland and Detroit, In
windy Chicago, In dry Arizona, in
balmy Los Angeles, In frozen Alaska
und In warm rorto Hlco with equal
It took the open air aleeper and
the man who seals 1 1 Ih windows anu
covors his head o' nights.
It bit the riders In crowded street
curs and the lonely Idler In the lux
i'reachera and bartenders fell vic
"There Is no known preventive,"
says Dr. Rupert lilue of the Unltea
Hlatos public health service.
Dr. King tells us that pneumonic
plague first appeared In 1910 In
llitrhln, Manchuria. It swept North
China. It Is yet prevalent. "The
mortality," he Ruyn, "has been fear
"In 111 17." adds Dr. King, "about
200,000 Chinese collies, collected
from the northern part of China,
where pneumonic plague has rageu
at Intervals Mince 1910, were stmt to
France as laborers."
In Murch, 1918. some of those
ChlneHe were cr.ptured by the Ger
niuim. "Hpanlsh Influenza" soon ap
peared in the German army and
spread to Spain.
- It has gone around the world In
Iohs than a year!
Dr. King believes pneumonia and
bubonic plugue germn mingled In the
blood of Home obscure Chinese
coollo In Harbin and produced a now
All great wars of history have
been followed by disease epidemics.
The next war must be aralnnt this
plnguo! Wnlla Walla llulletln.
THe People's Market
IS THE PLACE YOU
GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES
Give Us a Trial and be Convinced
The People's Market
OF 'ALL SEEDS USED
Nearly 17,000 samples of seed
were received for test last year at
the Reed-testing laboratory of the
United Btates department of agri
culture in Washington, and 11,349
samples at the five branch labora
tories maintained In co-operation
with Htate Institutions. All of then
samples were examined to determine
the quality of the seed and the pres
ence of adulterants. The enforcement
of the seed-Importation act has serv
ed to prevent many Rhlpmonts of Im
ported seed, unfit for Reeding pur
poses, from being distributed In
their original condition. Among
those Rhlpmonts over 67S.000 pounds
of red clover seed were prohibited
entry on account of the presence of
weed seeds and dead seed. Approxi
mately one-half of this was reclean
ed in bond the weed seeds and
other refuse removed being destroy
ed, while the seed of good quality
wan allowed ts go Into the seed
trade. The other half of the prohi
bited red clover shipments was re
jected because It contained so much
dead seed as to be of practically no
value for seeding purposes. Three
shlpmentR, aggregating enough aeea
to sow 16,000 acrea at a normal rate
of seeding, contained no seed which
coli Id be expected to grow In the
field. Itecause of the difficulties of
trnnH-Atlantlc shipment, imports of
almost all kinds of seed have fallen
off, Canada bluegrass from Canada
and winter rape from Japan being
the only two Items of Import which
have exceeded those of the previous
Itlg Surprise to Many In Ht. Helens
People are surprised at the IN
STANT action of simple buckthorn
berk, glycerine, etc., aa mixed In Ad-lor-i-ka.
ONE SPOONFUL flushes
the ENTIRE bowel tract so complete
ly It relieves ANY CASE sour stom
ach, gus or constipation and prevents
appondlcltls. The INSTANT, pleas-i.'-l
action of Adler-l-ka surprises
loctor and patients. It removes foul
matter which poisoned your stomach
for months. A. J. Demlng, Druggist.
CAN ALWAYS SECURE
St. Helens, Oregon
A nut butter
that is finding favor
with thousands of
Art of Weaving by tower IJfe
The arts of weaving and rope and
net-making are practiced by some of
the lower forms of life, notably
among caterpillars and spiders. The
weaver birds of Africa and India,
which are a species of finch, con
struct wonderful nests out of leaves
by sewing them together.
Now It Is revised to read "compe
tence is the life of trade.'
NOTICK OF KIXAL ACCOUNT .
In the Matter of the Estate of Mat
thew J. Stunkard, Deceased.
Notice la hereby given that the un
dersigned, as executrix of the estate
of Matthew J. Stunkard, deceased,
haa filed her final account In the
County CoXirt of the State of Oregon,
for Columbia County, and that Sat
urday, the 18th day of January.
1919, at the hour of one o'clock n.
the afternoon of said day, at the
Court room of aaid Court in the City
of St. Helens. Columbia County, Ore
gon, haa been appointed as the time
and place for the hearing of object
ions thereto and the settlement
Dated and first published Decem
ber 20, 1918.
MALINDA J. STUNKARD,
Executrix of the Estate of Matthew
J. Stunkard Deceased. 1-5
J. F. Dopplmaier
Warehouse, Garage and Sales
rooms next to the Postoffice
J. F. Dopplmaier
RT. HKI.KNH, OHKtJON'
Perfect fitting glasses art
not a matter of luck. It's
correct methods and ex
perience that counts.
Dr. Thompson has had the
experience and uses the
latest methods-known - to
science in his examina
tions. Best, of local refer
DR. WILL J. THOMPSON
Next Visit Tues. January 21.
BIG SALE of
STOCK and POULTRY
J. R. Watkins
F. A. FRAXTZ, Local Agent
I. O., Houlton, Oregon
Let us make a Photo of
the whole family. In the
years to come, each one in
the photograph will ap
preciate having this photo.
Think it over.
Taken Day or Night
and our prices are reason
Next Door to Columbia County
(Continued from page three)
On this day It Is ordered by the
Court that the Treasurer be and she
Is hereby authorized and instructed
to transfer $1672.00 from Road Dis
trict No. 7 to General Road Fund.
This sum was erroneously credited to
Road District No. 7 at the time of
Matter of appointment of Con
stable for Justice of Peace District
. On this day it Is ordered by the
Court that S. C. Knighton be, and he
Is hereby appointed Constable In ana
for JuHtlce of the Peaco District No.
1 to fill the vacancy caused by the re
fusal of the constable elect to qualify
for such office.
It Is further ordered by the Court
that before entering upon the duties
of his oald office, he shall file a bond
in the sum of 1 1000.00 and take the
Start the New Year right by buying a Lot and building a
New Home, or one already built at a bargain. Have
several good buys at original low cost and on easy terms.
Insure your home and contents against accident.
Also insure your family against future want by a life in
surance policy in one of the largest companies.
L. R. RUTHERFORD
PHONES Office, 123; Residence B-38
GIVE US YOUR
during the coming year, and we will save you money. In
our stock of GROCERIES and DRY GOODS, SHOES
and CLOTHING, you will find just the article you want
and at prices a little lower than elsewhere.
Save Three-Fourths on Household Fuel
The Shipman Oil Gas Burner
For Cooking, Heating Stoves and Ranges.
Uses Conunou Coal Oil (Kerosene).
Generates a Gas Fire that gives the largest heat units
at the lowest cost known to science.
You Can Install it Yourself. . "
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1706 Macdonald Ave. Richmond, Cal.
Frank Wilkin s
Hay, Grain, Feed
Building Supplies, Doors, Windows, Paints
Shingles, Brick, Roofing
STOCK AND POULTRY FOOD
Store in K. of P. Bldg .Warehouse, Sheldon Dock
St. Helens, Oregon
GREif REDUCTION SI
On LADIES' and CHILDREN'S Wearing Apparel
30 Per dent Off
On All Cash Purchases
Xow is the time to buy this wearing apparel and save
20c on each dollar or $1 on every $5 purchase. If you
want to save money you can not afford to let this oppor
tunity pass. .
Come in and examine "the line before selections are all
taken. The values are bona-fide and the goods are the
best. Don't delay come now.
1 M; ROSENTHAL
oath of office as perscribed by law.
Matter of Appointing Road Mas
ter. On this day It to ordered by the
Court that Mr. H.. E. Abry be, and
he Is hereby appointed to the offlco
of County Road Master In and for
Columbia oCunty, Oregon, for the
It Is further ordered by the Court
that the salary of the Raid Roaa
Master be, and the same is hereby
fixed In the amount of $2000.00 per
annum, payable from the fund and at
the time prescribed by law.
It Is further ordered Dy the Court
that the amount of bond to te far
nished by the said Road Master be,
and the same Is hereby fixed In the
amount of $1,000.00.
Matter of drawing Jury List for
the year 1919.
On this day the Court selects from
the tax rolls of the County the names
of Two Hundred men to serve as
Jurors for the year 1919.
(Houlton) St. Helens, Ore.
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