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10 AT7TRR
CAROLINE ISLANDS
ho Way M' Hubjis t t Helen
llflu Intercut
ll(,Tr the political future of
roll,. iHlanda. wlilcli Jnpnn
rom (iermany, they are bound
,.rut ton h to enmo," according
kitijcct nnmnu '""'
Lu.,iin IiihI issued by the Na-
L-ograihlr Society.
L liullt tho IIIBHHlVB itona
(.,. which K'v" evidence cf
Ln-o of civilisation at some
Lrlc lime?
k was I ho origin or the stone
k, mine conn 01 which
Kvn tllllM?
nr but two of llio many
L. l,l.!i lint 1'aclflc Island
fry p1,1""'"''" l,1B bulletin con-
,ii,n" ruliiM extend from
Ixliinil toward tha nitKt of
. . t.
jp, 10 1 Bp UII Vim wm.
wn are great iitono tori aces,
tniHiiU i.tiu roans, conpooi:
Ir I:. I'l stone block, stone
lit mill encrmoii chamber
lie council loilge Willi Rill)-
.ill pillar. friiiiintly carved.
Lpn discloses tlio 'Pacific
There tun ruin are pnruy
ted. Apparently tliny once
mi Inland fit jr, unless tluilr
cimnecteii wild ollmr l-
fcfuru ii terrific upheaval In.
thi'in.
nt study liu con f I Mini tlm lie-
: these mighty mcgallthli.
iiin unii'iliiii) thn present na-
ulnllon of t lie (aniline.
t remain toiluy In more
if a liunilrinl rncliitijrular
(nli'lH, projecting above thn
of a lagoon. There la aii
Uooii, HKpurutttd by a hreak-
ri'ii mile Ioiik- III all tlila
Hon huge baiialt blocks worn
Uupiirantly they worn uu-
hy Iron tool.
ding ri'i'fa nut Inhabited
IkI.umU ii u in Imt mora thun
If ih" lout in ml oroa of 30U
miles, l'U7 aiiiarn mile In
Bt.l tti l'miane Viti
r K until. .
oiu ur i rim. in nib
pulatloii wan alio ut 65,000
i liono fewer than 400 wri
bm
island citcud for about
". I'.mt and west. They Ho
bin l.f.iio intti-a to thn east of
lllpplnc and about 1000
Irtli yf New llulnc."
MAYORS ASKED TO AID
BUILDING MOVEMENT
Irfxal Own Vour Own llomn Cam.
palKnn HI art oil In title
Muyora of cities everywhere In the
United Htate are nuked tu co-oper
atn with tlie United Slate depart
ment of labor In lla nationwide Own
Your Own Homo cnmpalgn, whli-li
being conducted for the followlm
reason:
Klrat. Work must be provided for
returning aoldlora nnd sailor ami
for labor turning from war to pence
Induatrlea.
Second. Immedlittn Humiliation and
reaninptlon of Iioiiki lm l In activi
ty la necessary In moat commuiil
tlea. At present the ahortaKo of
dwelllnica In the United State la ea
tlmnted at not less than 500.000,
and It la probably even greater limn
ih" million figure. Home
t ulltllnic rlrtunlly reined with our
entraiico Into the war. lla reaiimp-
lion uii-tina ioc:u iieneflt and profit.
Third. Iloiiio ownership iimkca foi
better living condition, thrift and
IncroiiHed efficiency. It provldek
comfort for the buay yeara of work
and aanurea a anfe bnrhor In old ago
Kourtb. The Immediate future
bolda no promhte of a reduction of
Urn price of bullilltiv 111 It tftrtii la O.
delay Important and neccMMary build
ing In the expectation of a decided
fall In prlcea. aeema lll-advlMi-d I'rof
Irving Klahor. of Yalo Unlveralty a
foremoat authority, baa alnted:
"We nr on a permanently higher
price level, and (lie aooner the IiiihI
neaa men of thn country take thin
view and adJiiNt theiiiHelvea to It the
aooner they will nave tliemmilvea and
the nation from the mlnfortuno that
will come to un If we pernlnt In our
prenent fuHe hope."
The I'nlled Hlnlea department of
labor baa prepared a Manual of In
formation lolling how to proceed In
the formation of lccal Own Your
Own llomn organization. Then.
lofl organisation have been formea
In 20 cltlea. where the work of atlmii.
luting building la already bringing
about aallnfactory reaulta. Women'
ciuli and civic aanoclntlona have ral
lied to the aid of tlm movement,
which la not confined to tho effort to
encourage tho Immediate count rue
tlon of inuch-neeiled dwellings, but
I alno concerned with tho npeedlng
up of public building, achoolhouHcn,
and community atructurea of every
aort.
ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. APRIL 4. 1919
0 OD CEOI
are the results of using good farm machinery
3
k
I Can Deliver
very reasonable price everything in the Farm Ma
chinery line, including
Mine Engines, Hay Loaders, Plows, Harrows and a
Mete line. Being a farmer I am competent to aid you
in your selection
Fred W. Boesel
ONE 102-IM
WARREN, OREGON
Prank Wilkins
I!av. Grain. Feed
fuilding Supplies, Doors, Windows, Paints
shingles, Brick, Roofing
STOCK AND POULTRY POOD
Phono 16
fore in K. of P. Bldg Warehouse, Sheldon Dock
St. Helens, Oregon
URGENT NEED OF
CONSERVING GASOLINE
That there urK,)nt u j f
o vlng the anppiy of gaaollno If the
Im Z, "rtrTUK d"ma," l "el.
fu'i'ted out elnowhuro In thl In
H'lo In an aiiiiouiicon,o:it by the
Htandard Oil Company. Everybody
In eronted In gaaollne Including the
o l refiner, automobile eng0ra
and tho government ltelf, giving
rein""" d"Ul ' tll0UK,,t 10 "'' P'ob-
Tlie war called the attention of the
people to the drnilc need of avold
ng waala. What the food adminis
tration did In nmuinu i i ... .....
vividly In the memory of everybody
cuuniry. what the fuel ad
mliilnlrntion did. while i..u
able, wa not o apectacular, and
niore are many racla about the con
aervatlon of iriiKnlinn n.,,i ......
troleum product which have not
imncrto been brougbt out.
For the luiHi ffur vu.. .1..
oum and automobile liidutrle Imv.
both been making greut effort to
keep the nupply of ganollne up to the
. umn.,. me on producer have
been stimulated in ri
or Mupply, nnd have Hunk miiny new
wn rennors ana chomlcal en-
RllHMTd have tlln linnrnvintF
e of refining, which have made the
iru.ie on yieiu more ganollne thai,
wa thouuht iinHHliiin I.,.. .......
Automobile engineer have constant
ly Improved the efficiency of engine
and the method of carburlzatlon, to
that the ganollne used will give the
greutcHt power and mileage.
In xplte of all that ha been dont.
tho war made 11 necennnry to tcke
"till further meanure to keep up the
aupply. The demand bad become o
great that the fuel admlnlHtratlon
v.a forced to prohibit In eastern
lale all non-ennentlal une of pa-i-enger
automobiles, and for a time
thin reciuent wn no extended that
only automobiles in government,
emergency or war service were In
uso on Hunday. Fortunately the
motorlHt on the Pacific Coast waa not
requhod to undergo this hardship.
Knougli ganollne wan produced In
California for all Pacific Coat needn
and Its distribution did not requlro
tho une of transportation facilities
needed for war purposes.
However, so groat waa the need or
conserving gnsollne In all part ot
the country that President WIIboh
appointed a government committee
lest summer to determine on and
adopt standard specification for
r.itNollne and other petroleum pro
ducts. Thl committee tonslsted of
the II. 8. fuel udmlnintrMlon and re
presentative of the war and navy
department, the U. 8. shipping board,
inn iiirecmr general or riuirocds, tho
bureau of Rtandnriln. It w nHKUm.l
and advised by technical expert
from each of these department and
bodies. After extended discussions,
tent end experiments this committee
11 lllltll l.rl ttfinr! f Ion I l.lfta .qanllnn
not only for aviation nnrnimeia hut !
also for general motor use. They !
were drawn up with a view to pro-j
vlillnr a prmln ttt vi aitl I n a hl wnnlil
meet every requirement and yet al
low the greatest production. They
mean that our petroleum resources
will he conserved to the best advan
tage 11 nd that a reasonable price to
the motorist will be mr.lntnined.
Drafted as they were by Impartial
experts these specification are to
day generally considered the most
practical standr.rd for gasoline since
they insure efficient and satisfactory
fuel at a reasonable cost.
I " Theso specifications for gasoline
are for tho benefit of the public as a
whole. They make certain a aatls-
' factory gnsollno and at the same
time I'Hsuro a future supply by using
; the crude oil to the best advantage
by ellinincting all waste.
The Standard Oil Company reports
that lted Crown gasoline Is now re
fined to conform with these United
Kt.'iteu ff-nvernninrit fttnmluril amwlfl.
" " .-v....
cntlons. It In gasoline having the
full and continuous chain of boiling
points, from low to high, which is
..1 1 ..... I .. I I .. t I .. .. ..,1 ...
ui.n.il ii n'l t'nni-ii i i.u ill t lull jiu W-
1 .1 I .. 1. 1 .. .11.... 1.
Iilt'tl, ui'iiTii.iii iiiu iiniilillt-. 11 HUB
low boiling points for ensy starting, '
lueiiium poiiiis nir quu'K mill suiooin
acceleration and high boiling points
for power and milage.
NOTKH OK FIN All HKTTMCMEXT
IN TUB COUNTY COURT OK THE
8TATK OF OHEOON FOK COL
UMI1IA tlOUNTY.
In the Matter of tho Estate of Matil
da J. lieuver. Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dernlgned a adnilnlatralor of the en
Jato of Matilda J. Heaver, decea8ea,
ha riled hB finai account In the
(ounty Court of the State of Oregon
or Columbia County, and that Mon
day, the 28th day of April, 119, at
the hour of 10 o'clock In the fore
noon of said day and the court room
of said court, haa been appointed by
raid court a the time and place for
hearing objections thereto and the
settlement thereof, nnd the distri
bution of said eatute.
Dated and first published, March
zslh, 191B.
..... J. H. I1EAVEH8,
Administrator of the Estate of Matil
da J. Heavers, Deceased.
W. A. Harris, Attorney for Admlnls
fa'or. 15-18-61
XOTICK OK FINAL ACX)l'XT
IN THE COUNTY COUHT OF THE
STATE OF O It EG ON FOR COL
UMBIA COUNTY.
In the Matter of the Estate of Susan
na Ilachmann, Deceased.
Notice I hereby given that the un-
dernlened. an unmiinp nf , ..
. ma cniaic
or Susanna Ilachmann, deceased, has
iieu nis nnai account In the said
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Columbia County, and that Sat
urday, the 19th day of April. 1919
at the hour of 9 o'clock In the fore
noon of said day and the Courtroom
of said Court has been fixed by said
Court as the time and place for the
hearing of obiectlnnn H.
and the settlement thereof.
Dated and first published March
21, 1919.
LOUIS BACH MANN,
Executor.
Olen R. Metsker,
Attorney for Executor 15-18-51
BUILD A HOME
The future of St. Helens is assured. Buy a lot and build
now or buy a house already built. We have a good list
oi BARGAINS in both.
See Rutherford
Take our Tip BUY NOW!
We write Fire and Life Insurance
L. R. RUTHERFORD
PHONES Office, 123; Residence B-38
Photos
Prices Reasonable Satisfactory Work
J.T.Scott ZrrT7T"w7777T777
St. Helens ENLARGING
XOTICK OK HKARIXO OK FIX4I.
ACCOUNT
IN THE COUNTY rnnriT nc tui
STATE OF OREGON FOR COL
UMUIA COUNTY. I
In the Matter of the Estate of E. P i
Hester. Deceasod.
Notice Is hereby given that the un-l
derslgned us the executrix of the es 1
tnte of E. P. Kester. deceased, bai
filed In the above entitled court, her
final account in said estate, and said
court has set said account for hear
ing on the 12th day of April, 1919,
at the hour of ten o'clock of said day.' '
All persons Interested In said estate :
re horcby required to file their ob i
Jectlon. If any, to said account on
or ueiore saia date, or be forever bar
red from asserting same.
Date of first publication, March
H. 1919.
Date of last publication, April 11.
1919.
JOHANNA E. KESTER.
Executrix.
The Central Confectionery
. ALWAYS HAS-
HOT and COLD DRINKS, ICE CREAM and
SODA FOUNTAIN DELICACIES
HOT CHICKEN TAMALES PLAIN ahd
EGG MALTED MILK DRINKS
CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CONFECTIONERY
The Central Confectionery
ROY A. STEWART, Proprietor
Whooping Cough
Give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy'
to keep the cough loose and expec
toration easy. It Is excellent.
eep the
Home Mill
Running
W ST. HELENS FLOUR
fcunne. T'1, nth,n '"8 rnttl'7
b.nv ... LW-tt5rS. llk" h"". "lc
their V. "burying to among
-rich' Zrri .?"
rink!,,-,. . "lor inn anil
AS 1 11 v ",ll'n" bettor UREAI).
"y flavor takes less of It.
Tl,u I- ..... . ..
t tu ii. i ;l. ul0Be wl, haT """
f ,u" lelr friends.
TRY IT TODAY
THERE'S A
DIFFERENCE
SHQEBFUXRMlLCa
Si. H"""'
YOUR
GROCER HAS IT
line! niiln Ih nnt nn VAlimbln hk
corn s:i:'go for food.
Sheep kept In unclean yards or in
soggy pastures soon becomo subject
to foot rot.
It Is not advlsablo to have salt
alone In nny kind of container at the
free d'sposnl of hog.
St. Helens Flour Mill Company
SIMMONS
IN THE JUSTICE COURT KOU DIS
TRICT NO. ONE, COLUMBIA
COVNTY. OREGON.
II. I). Lnrson and E. S. Larson,
co-pui liters, doing business as
Lnrsen & Co., Plaintiffs.
vs.
0. W. Moore and Jane Doe Moore,
true name unknown, husband and
wife, Defendants.
To U. W. Moore and Jane Doe Moore,
the above named defendants:
In the name of the Stnte of Ore
gon, you are hereby required to ap
pear mid answer the complaint (ilea
nnuliiit you In the above entitled
court and cause on or bedore the
6th day of April, 1919, said day
being after tiie expiration of sU
weeks from tho date of the first pub
lication of this summons; and If you
fall to appear, for want wlioreor,
he. nl.-.lntlffs will apply to the court
for tho relief prayed for In tholr com
nlalnt. to-wlt:
Kor a Judgment ngalnst each of
ou in the sum of $86.60, and foi
tholr costs and disbursements of this
action.
Th's summon Is published by or
der of M. K. Ilaaen, Justice of the
Peace for District No. one, coiumma
Pnnnf v. Omiton. which order wab
made and entorod on the 12th day ot
March, 1919, and the time preBcnoea
for the publication thereof is six
weeks, beginning with the Issue of
tho Hth day of March, 1919. and
ondln? with the Issue of the 25th day
of April, 1919.
M. P. IIAZEN,
Justice of the Peace
GLEN It. METSKER,
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
Residence and Post Office address,
St. Helens, Orecon.
DELICACIES
for dessert, pure, delicious
and wholesome, fresli
!aked every day.
If ymt want to make your
family happy and healthy
give our
BAKERY
a trial. Rolls. Buns, Bread.
Cake and Pastry.
RAMSEY'S BREAD
FORDSON TRACTOR
Write
for
Circular
FRANCIS MOTOR CAR CO., Agents
East 13th and Hauthorne Ave., Portland. Oregon.
On Exhibition at Independent Garage, St. Helens.
Circu- ' ,SJ h
ST. HELENS H OTEL
E. A. ROT GEIt, Prop.
n n Bsw ' i.. ! IT 1 1
'- -"' Un iiiiimUt it -rt-"!! II -MS i " .-
Have Music in the Home
For a small payment down
and a small monthly payment,
you can install in your home a
llriinsu Ick, Patlin, American
or niackstone Cirnfiinola
and have all of the latest and
classical music In your homo.
All of these machines play the
standard records.
Sewing Machines
A full lino of the well
known Singer Sewing Machine
In several different cabinet!,
Sold on easy terms. You
can't afford to be without a
Singer when 3.00 per month
places one in your home.
Needles for all makes ot
machines, and other supplies.
Machine repairing. All
. work guaranteed.
THOR ARONSON,
Salesman
Sales Room In Hewitt Bldir.
St. Helens, Oregon.
Open from 4 p. m. to 8 p. m.
and all day on Saturdays.
American and European PUn All Busses Call at Hotel
Everything Modern Steam Heating Plant
Hot and Cold Water In Rooms
Are
Using
a toothbrush as often as you should?
Milk of Magnesia
Tooth Paste
destroys the "Acid Mouth." Try it.
All Leading Dentists Endorse It
A. J. DEMING, DRUGGIST
ST. HELENS, OREGON

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