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THE JUNE BALLOTS RAL GOOD LAWS .MMtllutlonnl anioiiilmmita - nr 111 bd aubmlttml lu Hiltt n'- Hio apodal olocllon Oil Thny nro; . ... . I At .. mirnftrln t In III 1)111 - UOO ff " conHirui.uuH ui ,ovi'lt hlKliwny, loamim irum .i...... 'im roiiNt. till lUiuro- l belli K cuiitliignnt upon tlio ovriiiin'iil MipropnnuiiK a 1 fur Hi" iirpoH. ,1 julnt riwiliitliiil No. 32, InK coiialHUiiumii aiuuuu ormltllnit tlia Hlnto to puy tlio .... iw.mlH IhhiioiI by IrrlKu- tlrlcta fr a period t flvt a Joint ruHiilullon No. 11 nul) Ml iiiiii'liiiiiinni aiiiniiuuiR 10 of nrtlclo XI of tlio con i by iiu:ri:iKlnK the limitation by count I" for ro:ul. Li joint rtmolutlon No. 20, inK an niiH'iinnioiii ainmuum 3 01 ururio iy "i mo cwi . - in Mm luriilliiii of hulillo lyiin bihI oxcrptltiR from the rollttlllliumini ifiuTinivn nil iul n'l rt'coiiHtructlou Iiohpi L Joint nwlutlon No. 3, niili- uii niin'iiilini'iil creating tna of llrulcnniit governor. , Itx 1)111 No. 269. providing for iiHiicliil alii to lionorniily iIIm- U hiiIiIIith ili'HlrliiK to purnua n ii f ui ml y in tna atnte a iiikiit lutloim of .li-nrnlng. Im hill No. 2)13. levying mi. a tax of 1 mill for tbo con. tn or iimrni'i ronnB. ii.r KiMy'a coiiHtltutlonnl ni'iit provltliw for Ihmuiiiico of ouu in houilH for rnconatruc- fcrk, th limuo to lie under the ilun of a hourt of control II ii I no Introduced hy KiMy Hint hot excuedliiK $500.- tlie hoiulu conteinplntod by hull tin uivd In the construe now priiltt-nttnry; not ri- pr.o.ooo-for a reconHtruc. vital In I'ortlund: not ft i ID00.0U0 for tlio new build- f tli (in'Kon Agricultural col fcwt' rxrwHIiig $500,000 for iIUIIiikh for the I'lilvuralty of ; not cn'.'odliiK $100,000 for hillilliiKii for tlio .Monmouth ncliool; not pxroorilug $160, k tli I'l'iiilliiinn liiKiinn aayluin, wiling $207,000 for new i; not I'lcix'dlng $25,000 for ulldliiK for the Hiildlcri' honiM I cin-vdlliK $20,000 for a hoa- nr the fm-hln minded Inatltu Kurtlmr, H la provided that 00 may ho unnd for land et it for the benefit of 4 he aol- anit that $2,000,000 may im ii co -operatlnic with the govern-! In the rdainntloii of lumla. -I it the propowxl uniendinent ; IK It peniiimilhte for tlio alulo br the liite.mil on IrrlKiitton I ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MARCH 21, 1919 MAINTAIN THE BARLEY ACREAGE Hhould Not tir Itotlurrd Id-low (hut Needixl fur Farm Vvml The coming aenaon la likely to bo a critical one In Imrloy culture In the Northern Htatoa. Hurley hua not been grown im.trly ao widely na the yield per ucra In pound of feou would JUMtlfy, and It Is fuareil that I ho lima of the milling and brewlni, market may reduce the acreuge atlll moro. Krom the Hteiidpolut of furm economy, the barley ncrnnre In the Norlhiirn Htatea ahould not be re duced below the need for furm food Hurley la a a-ond f...i t... ..i, clnaaea of live atock. In the North orn Htatea It yields more pounds or feed to the acre than any of the other nmall grains. It yields host on well drulnud soils. It dues not respond well on lands thut are wet or liiiidn that aro anndy. On favorable aolls In the Northern States the farmer WOUld do Willi til mnlnliiln l.la l...l. acreiiKO, KHpecli llv If he hus live atock 10 which ne may i.(.,i it. It will give a generous return In feed and at the same time fit Into inv .inii..n n also lends Itself readily to the man- iiKenieiu or me rurm as In many lo cations It cun be weeded lulor than spring wheat and thus use farm labor to good udvautune. NATION'S WAR TOLL IS TERRIBLE LOSS llilltlo deaths iliirtnir ilia u,r among all piu-tlclpunta, so far as the avuiiiiiiie stntlstlca ahow, total 7, riG4.000, according to Uenerul Murrli. chief of stuff nf tl It f. army. These figures represent only men suieu in .hi ion or died of wounds. Hums I a led with 1,700,000. Iiosnrs by the other nnllnn worn u follows: (ierniRiiy, 1,600,000; Krniice 1.3K6.000; Auslrln Hungary. 800, 000: Kiiclnnil. 7011000' Imlv ion 000; Turkey. 260,000; llolgliim. 102,000; Kouiiinnlu. 100,000; llul Kila, 100,000 and the United Btatei 60,000. TIME CHANGES ON MARCH 30 Pnyllght saving aguln will begin throughout the I'nltcd Btutes at 2 o'clock a. m., Hunilay, Murcli 30, un der the luw panned luit year aa a war measure. Clorka will be turned forward at that tlmo by all govem nientul departments, riiilrouda and Industries. : Wool embroidery Is used on all Kirls of fabrics, Including gnorgetti. aerice, velvet and cotton crepea. It trims chopeaux, frocks for kiddles and grownups too, and a multitude of fancy work from hags to table runners. bonds- for flvo years, a commlssloii consisting of the attorney general, superintendent of banks and state engineer, Is created and provlulon Is also mud" that It shall he optional with the commission an to whether the Mate shall immune the Interest for the period. Rart the New Year right by buying a Lot and building a cw Home, or one already built at a bargain. Have everal 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- prancc policy in one of the largest companies. OWN A HOME L. R. RUTHERFORD PHONES Office. 123; Residence B-38 ST. HELENS HOTEL K. A. IlOTUKIt, rrop. : . -' -I sfrirs.Au. sj.:a. Fcan and Kuroeaii Plan All Uus Call at Hotel Kvery thing Modern HUui Heating Plant Uot and Cold Water In Kooma E The Central Confectionery -ALWAYS HAS HOT and COLD DRINKS. ICE CREAM and SODA FOUNTAIN DELICACIES HOT CHICKEN TAM ALES PLAIN and EGG MALTED MILK DRINKS CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CONFECTIONERY The Central Confectionery ROY A. STEWART, Proprietor NOTICK OK Hl ltV KY TO HE MADE i HII.HY Hi ItV'EYOH To1J;1 - If'ol, J. H. AIdrld?o, Mrs. Julia W hlttlg, David WhlUlg, ll! Jepson J. A. Van Volkeuberg, Mr. I1- Hlewart of the Nehaleiii lu. fuld"'""1 'ompan'r' Antn U'rken Notice Is lierel.v ln .1.,.. ... auuiit to a notice and request that1 the location of the center corner of Section 16, T. 6 N.. II. C W. of W. M.I a uncertain and cannot be ascer-! turned without a proper survey of he center lines of said section, and ! the owners of part of aald aoctlon re-i guested that Ilia ni nn. i. veyed and the center corner of buK? hecllon 1G be permanently estab- .lulmil b n .1 .. -I. .1 Notice Is hereby given that on the 7th day of April. lKU, I wm pro. coed to make such aurvoy and es tubllsh tlio center corner of said Sec Hon 15 and mark the same according ,0ni ' of w,,lch Jrou a"l each of you urns nonce. I '7.'o,T'''r "";; i SI. HELENS-PORTLAND AUTO LINE HUNK SIIKPARD, I'rop. SCIIEUl'LK AM P M Lv. St. Helena 7:30 1:30 Warren 7:46 1:4ft Scappoose 8:00 2:00 Ar. Portland 9:20 8:20 Lv. Portland 10:00 4:00 Ar. St. Helena 11:60 6:60 Huturduya aud Hundii;a Special trip leaving St. Helena 6 p. m Leave Portland 11 p m. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT ! IN THE COUNTY COURT OP THE STATE OP OHEGON FOR COL UMBIA COUNTY. I In the Matter of the Estate of Peter' Horgren, Deceased. Notice la hereby given that the tin : derslgned, aa administrator or tlio estate of Peter Horgren, deceased, , has filed his final account In tin, County Court of the State of Oregon for Columbia County, and that Sai I urday the 29th day of March, 1919,! at the hour of 10 A. M., of aald day! and the Court room of said Court,' has been appointed by aald Court as the time and place for the hearing 1 of objections thereto and the aet-j tlement thereof. Dated and first published Febru-! ary 28, 1919. A. L. STONE, Administrator of the Estate of Petor Horgren, Deceased. W. A. Harris, Attorney. 11-16-Bt NOTICE OF HW.K OF HEAL ENTATK IN TIIK COUNTY COIJMT OP THE RTATE OP OREGON FOR COL- L'MIIIA COUNTY. Ii the Mutter of tlio Entr.to and Guardlnnsli'p of Jacob William Donne, a minor. Notice is Hereby Glvon that In pursuance of and by virtue of a llcenso duly Issued and nr.de by the County Court of the Sinlo of Oregon, for Columbia Co inty on Pohrunvy 1, 1919, In tlio matter of the ostnto and guardianship of Jacob William llnsso, a minor, authorizing licens ing and empowering the guardian thereof to sell all the rcnl property of said estate at private snlo, the un dersigned, the gmrdlnn na aald es tte, will sell nt private n?le to the highest bidder for cash, ten per cent to be paid on acceptance of bid and liulnnre on confirmation of sale by this Court; or twenty-five per cent of the purchase price In cabh and balance secured by mortgage upon the property, from and after Saturday, tho 16lh day of Murcli 1919, and continuing auid sale until ull of suld real property bus been fold, all the right, title, Interest and estate of the estate of said Jacob William llnsso, a minor, In and to the following described renl proper ty In Columbia County, Oregon, to-i wit: An undivided one-half interest In the following described tract of land, via: Ileglnnlng at n point which Is south 68 degrees 4 0 minutes east 3 SB chains from a stuko on the east tin uk of Dobbins Slough, in the Law rence Bohnert Donation I,und Claim, In Section 27, Township 8 North of Range 4 West of Willamette Meri dian, which stako Is set on the south line of the land once owned by Wii helm Ilassl and Carl Sacalasen and by them conveyed to Thomaa Uasse by deed dated May 20, 1902, and recorded in Hook '., page 196, Deed Records of said County and from which stake a plum tree nix Indies In dlumeler, bears south 16 degreeR, west 13 links distant, and an auoto tree eight Inchea In diameter, bears j routh 61 degrees, west 34 links: distant, thence running south 68 de grees 40 minutes cust 1.27 chains to tho railway right of way: thence north 40 degreea east along west side of said right of way 3.15 chains to the south line of said tract so con veyed by said HiiKsl and Surarlaspu to Thomas House; thence west 1.70 chains; thence south 37 degrees 20 minutes, west 2.63 chains to t lie point of beginning, and containing 42-100 of an acre; Also, an undivided one-halt In terest In the following 'described lnnd, vli: Beginning at the stako above described on the east bsnk or Dobbins Slough, and running thence east on the south line of the laud so conveyed by Wllhelm Ilassl and Carl Sucarlasun to snid Thomas llnsse by deed dated May 20, 1902. aforesaid,! 8.26 chains to the east line of suld railway right of wny; thence east along said line of said tract of lnnd 6.06 chains to tho west line of the county road running from Mayger to Clutskanle, Oregon; thence south 2) degrees west along county road 3.79 chains to the lnnd owned by the A. & C. R. R. Co.; thence north 61 de grees west 3.66 chains along 1 said A. & C. R. R. Co.'a; land; thence north 40 degrees enst A. 72 chains; thence north 45 degrees west 1.60 chnlns to the east i line of said A. . C. R. R. (Vs. right! of way; thence north 20 degroes eaat r.long anld enst lino of right of wuj i 0.38 chains to the point of bcglu-j nlng, and containing 1.06 acres; I And also, an undivided one-half I interest In the following described tract of land, viz: Beginning ut a point in the east boundary line of the Lnwronce llohnert Donation; Land Claim in Sections 27 nnd 34, Township 8 North. Range 4 West of: Willnmetto Meridian, which is 7.11; chains south of the northeast cor ner of aald claim, nnd running thence: south 12.66 chains along the east: line of said claim; thence north S3 degreea west 16.91 chains to a post; ; thence south 37 degrees 20 minutes west 2.29 chains; thonce north 6S, dogrees 40 minutes west 3.86 chains to a post on the east bank of Dob-, bins Slough; thonce west to the west, line of said claim; thence north , 12.11 chains along aald west line; and thence east to the point of be-. ginning, containing 87. eu acres oi iland, excepting therefrom a tract of I land or about 2 r.cres conveyed to 1 Eliaa Lelnonen, by deed dated 8opt- I ember 13, 1909, and recordod ln i Dook 11. page 462. Deed Records ol; ! aald Columbia County. Oregon. I All bids to be directed to the un- ; derslgned at Qulncy, uregon. ! Dated February 7, 1919. I THOMAS BASSE. ' Guardian of the Person and Estate j of Jacob William BoBse. a Minor. I Dnte of first publication, February ' 14, 1919. Date of lant publication, March ;i4, 1919. Try This For Hour Htomncli. Eat slowly, masticate your food thoroughly Eat but little meat and none nt all for supper. If you are still troubled with sour stomach take one of Chamberlain's Tablets before going to bed. All Buses Cull ul Hotel Courteous Treatment HTOP AT ORCADIA HOTEL THOH. IHHISTEH, Prop. I(ites $1.28 per day and up ( bli kcn Dinner, 60 cents Himm'IhI Kales to Itegulur Hoarders Hello, Central! A 128 Yes, Bennett's Barber Shop. Quick and good service. Frazier's Confectionery St. Helens, Oregon On the Strand near. Mill Yard CIGARS, TOBACCOS CONFECTIONS SOFT DRINKS POOL and BILLIARD PARLOR Str. IRALDA Hates between St. Helens nnd Portland, BO cents one wny, 75 rents for the round trip. Tickets good until used. Boat leaves St. Helens 7:65 a. m. Returning leaves Portland 2:30 p. lu. Arrive at St Helena 4 '45 p. ni. r. I. HOOGHKIRK Have Music in the Home For a 'small payment down and a small monthly payment, you can install in your home a Itriinswtck, Patlio, American or Itlnckstono Ornfunoln and have all of the latest and classical music In your homo. All of these machines play the standard records. Sewing Machines A full line of the well known Singer Sewing Machine in several dlfferont cabinet!. Sold on easy terms.' You can't afford to be without a Singer when 13.00 per month place's one In your home. Needles for all makes of machines, and other supplies. Machine repairing. All work guaranteed. TH0R AR0NS0N, Salesman Sales Room in Hewitt Bide;. St. Helens, Oregon. Open from 4 p. m. to 8 p. m. and all day on Saturdays. Beds- from 6-75 up WE CARRY THE FAMOUS "Simmons" Beds The 2-inch post beds are of sheet steel and nearly as light as brass beds Can be had in different finishes to match the dresser. If in need of a bed come and see us. E. A. Ross THE HOUSEFURNISHER MASONIC BLDG. ST. HELENS DELICACIES for dessert, pure, delicious and wholesome, fresh baked eavery day. If you want to make your family happy and healthy give our BAKERY t trial. Rolls, Buns, Bread Cake and Pastry. RAMSEY'S BREAD M. HOVEN Steamer RUTH SAFE, SPEEDY SERVICE TOWING, JOBBING Passenger accomodations for 100 Landing at City Dock PERRY GRANITE CO. EARL PERRY, Mgr. 301 4th St. Portland, Ore. Designers and Manufac turers of Monuments Deal with us direct and thus save agent's commis sion. For Good Work, always the cheapest. Lynch & Muhr HAIR CUTS, SHAVES, SHAMPOOS livery thing in the Barber Line done up in Style Our shop is Strictly Clean and Sanitary Come in and See us ST. IIULKXS Have Your House Painted We do first-class Interior or Outside rAI.NTI.VG and FINISHING WORK. Also DECORATING Estimates Rludly furnished. J. A. LARGE PAINTER & DECORATOR St. Helens, Oregon "Daddy Did Right" With sixty-four different con tracts Issued ty over 250' de ferent insurance companies in the U. S. 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