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.,.Mol.H.
', rl will ""' llBV0 ,ruul umD
,o0rulo tourists.
m,ll. KhIIh votes 1J IO i 10
tl' S(riili'rn railroad.
i'K" I l.'irrnn
' , KlMHlitK Industry promls-
thin mniiuii.
i ...rift -r in . 7 r huvui'ii
I h. a k)I V' ,n""- . H' secretary of the n!.V 7. : ' ". .
I " e(0.k rruHl.Br will work tlon: -yh,m the program a hi.rbYed
t .hawk road this summer, by the iuum ,lt ,, K, ' ""V." t
fcd Hlvcr-A..omob.lU purk for , tllfl Imturo of a: ,
r. r now assruml. .n.i,i .... . """"- un nit
ar motor ... - - - - - -
.i .nior tourists lit
IM M .....I- ...
Mtaro urove nvv" iv-
U to l l"" u""'" " "
'.lorla waterfront to bo Improved
It pew ownership. Hteamor unci
INDUSTRIAL REVIEW
KloltlM Muix"1 Mining Co.
IE
bit Ion under Ul0 uegln f ,," ' .h,
Empire throughout", ,g .J,
Increased from oiw-fiiiirlh of lot h In
about ono-ihird of boll,. T o f rH of
hose power. ronHldored rel
?,n f .fU.rU",r '" wi-nt
mill commorcla rivalry win. ,i
United H.utc.. and iira'tuV u !
ma e rivalry will, us on ,
will perhaps on the Pacific ,t w..,
ItUlirDHKIllnllui. ......
worm UH io wluu Anierlei
tO llo If HlH l.e,, ,.f V...I . V.
"Mr. Kolloy asks questions and I
dodge them." replied Mr. ,h.
Thi.ro are only two roures wo can
i,n rrm.l V" "V" nuvai cotiHt met inti
turfO 7"' .... . " ...i, ...T m League, of N-aioim t.l .r.
h.rB to riu...t . ..C0I,,.( nll(J ,,n "
rr.ioM.Hi navy in n,o world If It tuUn
Hlnco tho h-iiKun Un bicn ndoiiM
wo oiiitht lo hIiow our faith by not
IncrnaHliig tho Mint, of our imvy W,n
I'r.iHlilniit WIIhou iidvonu.Ml a new
conHtruillon prouram tho pcaco had
not bncii concluded."
r ...
!" . .... ...
,ki.r -l.uniii.'r ""i"-
t 1 nn Ann mm
'SO Iiur boon op
coiihi ruction of
proipi'rlty
munin.
Mi lllvor- $2,
r. m Lout Lake
r.1 . ....
' .i lima to r.mt Imtwno.-. 12.-
,000 md $3,000,000; two nre in
lr .
i from thin ronimulty: piMim, 30
I: apil.'. 200 can; prunon, 8,-
jOO pnuniln.
, w auHpt'iiHloii iirniKe ncronn w u
ne coiiiif.-HiiK rKon City and
i unn pro(ioH..u. ci.iiuiit.tiu
$368,000.
COURT PKOCKKDINGS
(Contlnund from page two)
ALL NAVY URGED
I HV DANIELS
laKiii. of Viitl.inn Mnkf IIIk
ll.vt 'iiim'tiiry
kuhlni'.on Without wait Inn for
icrrptmicn of tnl or r.ny ollisr
ho of I lie covenant of a Iohkuii of
,..ni eniliracd In tho pcacn treaty.
L..,.rv ,.t I It Knvv llnnll.la ImM
larltatlv.'ly announcd to the Circuit
tit t'omniltt.M. on Navnl Affair I Inmil
L iU .ttiilntHlr.'itliin hufl nhunilfiti.
t:l iIioukIii uf ImlldltiK an Aiiinrl-
oavy wniru woiiki iiu i.(jum to
o( Urat llrltaln by 1926.
:,H about fiic. vu cxi.rud In
dcf of Hiiiii iiifiitH inado by
Ljciit Wilnmi that "tho t'nlti'il
in ilioulil ultimately oohhchh In-
lrably tlm inimt ndoiiunto navy
world, nil il or the fi.npral
i o( ill" nnvy that "the navy of
l'nlti.(t HtiilcH Hhoulil lllllinittt.lv
tqoal to tho moHt poworfui i;:alii
il by any nthiT nation of tli
id. It ahould hn gradually In-
..( I,i Ihlu twilnf li v Mimli n r,.lM
ilKTtlnntiiptit vimr liv vntir nm iimv I t K nn Annn I.'
lrni!lli'il by llm facilities of thfl1 00; Klla ('.
Andrw Torkor, work for ahorin
l 00; W. W. Htarr, work for ahr
Iff, 13.00; Lowirn I. Ivory Hum, aup
pllra to Hhorlff, $15 05; liorn Shaf
for, work for trn:iHurtr, $:I 00; IIch-
io liuttrn. HlaiiipH, $3 00; CIiiIh
kan In Chief, trnnHUn-r i offlcn, $0.75;
Columbia llnrald. trniiHurnr' offlcn,
$1.00; Irwlu iloilHon Co., mipplioH to
tri.uHiiri.r, $1 05; Klllir.ni Htntlonnry
A I'rlntliiK Co.. Niiiipllt-H to offlcerH.
$45 0; riur.ii I'linrnncy, mippllnH to
offlri.ru, $14 10; Pacific Tvlcplioiip
Tolcrruph Co., plimicH to offici.rH,
$78.30; Kt. llcli'iiH Ster-.m l.amidry
uppll.H. $1.10; K. A. llolRi-r. nup
plli'H to court houHtt, $2.15; Helen
Uron. HtciioKruphnr illHtrlct nttor-
nny, $00 00; T. C. Vntt. miimlkH
Court. $1X0; N. V, Ilaknr,
$10 40; Martin White, ex-
pntiiioH County Juilito. $5.4il; Irwlu
HoiIhoii Co.. HUpplli'H County JuiIkc,
$40.10; JudHon Wocd, county com
nilHHloiKT, $60.00; A. K. Harvey,
c.uiity rouimlHHlopi.r, $98.70; Clau
kunlo Tnlnphoro Co., pho:ia county
coiunilHNlounrii, $2 15; Kiilnlcr Ho
vlnw, puhllHhlfiK, $30 00; Columbia
Herald, pulillulilnit. $25 00; t'luu
kanl.i Chief, ptl 1)1 lull In R. $11.40; J
II. Ioan, JUHtlcn court. $25.00; T. S.
Whlto, coroner, $20.40; Charlotte Y.
Allen, clerk hcUooI Hitperlnter.detit,
$65 00; J. W. Allei, p-BtaKi. etc.,
$77.29; Mllle M. I.elth. exa'iilner.
$5 00; IhuIii'IIii T. Mann, examiner,
Jorzyk, examiner,
tleorito, examiner
I'Jrr. but tlie limit ahovo defined $20 00: Karah ('. KIIIhoii. eiamlnei
tal4 b attained not lator than $20.00; lioru-udn II I.lnett, exani-
" Iner, $5 00; J. It. Wllkermin, exaniln-
nce tlican Htatemeiiti wero mudnitr, $5.00; (J. W. Ilrown, exunilner,
mlumn and winter, after the' 115 00: Illnl II. Clark, eiuinlner.
itluilon of the nrmlHtlce, Japan! $10 00; (iimrKo K. HunnerHtrom,
uiuiui'il a llire'itoulnR uttlludn : health officer Knrvlrea. 110.00: A. I.
the I'aclflf, Inn been Klven vast i Morrhi. fruit Inntiector. $15 35: I.ar-
CHARLES SOUTH
VIOLINIST-
Has resumed leaching at St. Helens and can be found
Thursday at the Lidyard residence.
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1
LIBERTY THEATRE
Home oi Good Pictures
AIho
Ml DAY, JINK ni
Jack Pickford in "Freckles"
See Hill popular you tin screen mar In liU lati-Ht Hucceafi
- reei v onouy, "iit.iuiiu tho rnmi.
WTI Itli.W, JI NK 14 ' "
William Desmond in "Closing In"
A picture, with wnry thrlllB, together with a two-reel ('tmieily.
WMWV, JI NK l.W
AruIii wo will have tlir.t charming III llo actress
Billie Burke in "The Land of Promise"
Comeily anil Scenic
MNI.Y. .1) khl
Sessue Hayawaka in "Hidden Pearls"
and a luiiKhuhlo two-reel comedy, "III Honey Moon."
TI'KWIAY, Jl'.NK
Marguarite Clarke in "The Fortunes of Fife"
- l'"1 i Muck Snnnett Comndy, "The Kip N''j1 Jh)Ioi."
U L'l.t..
"..M HDAY, JI NU Hi
n will ,avo tho firat of tho wondorful XA.IMOVA pictures
"An Eye for An Eye"
vp.n-roon ami r.t our regular prices, 10c tin J 20o
Wl-IWia'Y.'jiiMjlttZ:
llll.MK ltHOUKS In
"The Lamb and the Lion"
AIho Comedy and Scenic
oTn,i'lr" nl0!"tS to tiiinounco that wo'hnvo JuhI hooked five
""'iiierrui NA'.IMdVA plcturos: "An K.yc for n i'.f,
loo Ittwl I.Mnlrti." llnt. or lilt. l'iH
II till
"Tm V imm Jitnit'rn, -tun oi nm
"Til i! . "u" N- advance In prico of odmlmilou except for
'lift KimI I ..... ... ..... ... .1. ..,.,.. mil
Drlrn. . "r 'or wnicn wo aro odiikou io hmii.
llip c for c,'"droo and S5o for adults. Tho first ono of
Pictures will be shown WednoHday, Jimo 18.
ALVA SMITH. Manager
LIBERTY THEATRE
ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. TUNE 13. 1919
"n & Co., old. $30.00; Larson P. I
county aid. $4 86: V. H. if.Hn". f
i) Ani'ri'1' HrlK" :- -TOo:
'J Jry:'4$5!!o:HcM JHudMHuP:on'
Krand jury, ,i H0 jaV g B" "H0 '
fr"d Jury wline.., $5 60 K Zlnil
'"rman. wltnOH., $6 80; Mrs K
.nmermnn. wltnesH, $ 80; j w'
Thorp. wlt,,HH( $2 (M) K : w-
$ ' 'sr-ii'vv J; Mo";
a I Yi I ("Plos, wltnens, $8.00;
Axe KrlckHon, wltnoHH, $14 00; (
W. Ilean, witness. $9.20; O Carlev
w hneHs. $2 .00; llialne ' Boniffi'
w'lt ncKH, $2.00; J, W. Harrison
witness. $2.00; Wllkersou J II wit-
". .uu: J T .......
nn m. i. ' r' . ' u,""y, wiiness,
V L?:,.,'ra"k w'"lns. witness. $2
A. Y. Ilarnnil linn. .....-."'
, VM.VV. viiuries ura-
wi II' SZ "0; ,"""8 Wobste?,
wllnesj . $18.40; Hilda Webster, wltl
n""H. $ 8.40; Maude WcbHter, w t-m-ss.
$ 18 40; I.. K. r.ulker. grand
J?i Ji . K- ?tPveng. Jury.
1.1 L. v fc-.KJnfmn. Krand Jury,
'.' :T,n"k Jol'n, grand Jury,
lir rn . Ural""". Krand Jury,
$16 r,0; A. J. Kelly. Juror, $2 30- O
W. ChnmberH, Juror. $2 30; I," n'
trTin' J'iror' ,2 : ,ra K. Jror
J 'l SO; J. H. Mowery, Juror. $21 00
I'.lmer lilackbum. Juror. $9.00- Mag
nus Saxon, Juror. $9 00- W J
Miicklo. iuror. 19 nn- 1 i." .i.'.i..
irno. Chain hers
Clark. 155.00: O n n.,i, im nr.
Ous Hegeie, $60.00; Frank Johnson.
$7.00; C. Cooley, $3.60; J. L.
Urooks, $3.60; H. U. Bmlth, $10.60.
Itoatl Iintrlrt .No. 4
Coast Culvert Kluma Co.. $87 09
K'n. ; H. P. Miller,
147.86; w. Kenzelman. $77 00
William Burns, $147.86; W. II. John
son. $24.60; John Ueaver, $35 00
a',11"1 Carey' 10.60; Gus Lahtl,
$91.86; lion Hunter, $126.85; Sam
M Butler, $63.43; 8. L. Butler.
$70.86; C. Pesdlne. $3.93: John
Buns, $120.00; J. U. Kraft, $84.00.'
JttMtd Dlxtrlct No. S
P. Anliker, $42.67; Frank Bishop,"
18.80; Coast Culvert & Flume Co.,'
$69.68; J. K. Truoman, $147.00;
Julian Wr.sser, $86.76; J. W. Ranes.l
$73.50; Calvin Kanes, $66.60; F M
Murray, $91.00; A. Whitln, $96.25; i
Anliker. $14.00; R. O. Orimshaw,'
$29.76; H. Wasscr, $7.90; F L I
Clark. $41.04; P. Anliker, $100.00;!
John T. 8mlth, $7.00. ,
lined DUtrlct Xo. 8
California Trojan Powder Co.,
$200.00; West Oregon Lumber Co..!
$3.80; Hoad Building Equipment
Co.. $24.20; J. O. Libel. $10.07; J. i
M. Hill. $130.00; P. C. Her, $30.00;
L. A. Peterson, $38.50; E. Ituddl-1
nmnn. $24.50; W. H. Ruddlmann.l
$3.60; C. L. Johnson, $7.00; Carl
Her, $17.60; C. Her. $6.00; Carl
Her, $36.00; R. A. Sessman. $26 25; i
Edv Meier t r I nn- M !.. I: nr. I
juror. Ed. McMnlli.n lint. u... c 1.
$9.00: 1 $7.00: Frank'TraeV iinn. 11
$5.25; V. L. Powell, $6.12; o. .
Miller, $46.75; M. P. John, $26.26;
Elmer Bergerson, $24.60; George
Trageser, $21.00; A. Burt, $3.60
George 8. Engelke. 117.S0; C K
John, $24.60; II. C. Clark, $6.00.
Road District No. 12
I Frank Wllklns, $18.60; M. PreshJ $373.07; 8. L. Flanlgan, $96 00-
$62.83: B. C. Guam. 128.00: fl W
Chapman. $21.00: A r. p,.
,$56.00; Cus Hegeie, $15.00; Arthur
Adams, $48.60; A. VanDolab, $62;
John King, $28.00; E. Cram. $98;
J. P. Lowe, $28.00; O. C. Robey,
$70.00; Alfred Swenson. $7.00: V.
W. Clark, $57.60.
Hoad DUtrlct Xo. 14
Jacobsen Reld Lumber Co..
. Flnnlirnn tOl An. KT
Ferran, $31.50; John Jer'zyk, $79!66;
(Continued on peg tlgbt)
ijii ix'jiiit v . nirnr a it a, iw 1 m
fieorge Juror 19 oo- i,.i, n.r i . Ann' 3 60; w- "uddlmann.
Iimr J9 0 .!,; e '" 1)el m' U0; John Htkman. $105.00; R
19 o- I, a p Vfi"r,fe iuro',.!A- Sessman. $68.76; Ed McMu len
A I. LarHon. ,Y'r 1? !". US.toTH
n.lc. juror. $13 00; Oscar E.
Mllott, Juror, $20 40; Andrew Park
er, Juror. $8.20; Thomas McDanle,,
Juror. $14.20; John Jenson. Juror
$11.00; C. H. Thompson, Juror. $?
Allen l rlnn. iuror. tit in- a.,...
IieiiHon inrnr tolnn. . , 1 uanler. .7; Frank Benzer,
Ka , T r,r,ri7 8-?j "BjlJf" M5-. r, n.f50S. Jack'
Edcr Wallace. 135 00- ph
$15. 5; Jake Martella, $15.75; Earl!
Smith. $8.75; S. A. Peterson. $17 60- ;
Earl Huddimann, $17.60; W. H. Rud
dlman, $17.50; Peter Banior, $17.60 j
John Banzer. 18.76: PrnnW n... !
Karth, Juror. $27.00; Frank Georgo,
'iror, $2 00; John Van Natta, Juror.
'.' io ; John JoHcphHon, Juror.
537 00; R. M. Illce, Juror, $47 4);
J. I.. Copeland, Juror. $27 00- D H
F'lwler. Juror. $39.00; II. J. S.:ut!i
nrd, Juror, $30 00; II. S. Ilumham.
iirnr. $47.40; Steve Lamps, Juror,
$37.00; Silas Wellborn. Juioi
$37 K0; II. ('. quam, Juror. $27 00;
A. II. George. Juror, $6.00; J T
Tiher, Juror, $6.00; C. H. Thompson.
Juror. $6.00.
Walsaman.
$75; A.
Nowsrt. $17.60: Geo.
$10.50; A. Cesselberg,
S11I m I, $3.60.
Road District No. 0
Hodson Feenaughty Co., $175.82:
T. B. Mills. 16 25: A P wiuin.
I $100.00; B. P. Lane. $9.11; William
j McDanlcl. $62.50; T. R. Throop,
1 $15 00; Coast Culvert & Flume Co.,
j $23.19; Good Roads Machinery Co.,
($60.98; Road Building Equipmen.
Co.. $5.85; T. B. Mills, $130.00; J C
On this day there Is presented lo Keasey $19 26 rEnJnV
the County Court n nrHer r.i n,. " c- hea8ey- . O- E. Dent,
juiiire or the Juven o Ciurt
Announcement
To all Owners and Prospective Owners of
flaxwell, Hudson, Chalmers
and Essex Cars
In or Passing Through Columbia County
I HAVE acquired a lease on the building
recently occupied by the Houlton Garage
in West St. Helens and will get possession
on or about June 18, at which time I will put
in a complete stock of parts and accessories
for the cars handled by my agency; also
new cars as the new models come out. I
will employ expert mechanics, specialists on
these cars, end guarantee to furnish prompt,
efficient and courteous service, which will
make these cars as popular as their superior
mechanical construction and beautiful lines
merit
This will be the only shop in this coun
ty confining its services to makes of
cars for which it has the exclusive
agency.
J. H. FLYNN
ST. HELENS, OREGON
nf I ha
1 onnty or ( olumbla. State of Oregon,
allowing willows pension in the
amount of $17.60 In favor of Kllem
Evans. In accordance with Chapter
267. General Ijiws of 1917 nnil thn
Court being In the matter advised. j
It Ih ordered by the County Court;
that tho Clerk be. and he Is hereby'
authorized and instructed to Issue a'
General Fund warrant In the amount1
of $17.50 In favor of Ellem Evans.
nnd a like warrant bo issued on the,
flrnt day of each nnd every month!
until tho further order of this Court.!
On thlH day claims against the
County road funds as heretofore filed1
with the Clerk of the Court were al-'
lowed in tho vurlous amounts as car
ried out on thn fare of said claims
nnil being as follows: i
Kiind District No. 1 I
Sherman Brothers Lumber Co.,'
I3.3S; Howard Cooper Corporation.'
$2 17: Standard Oil Co., $32.89; :
Standard Oil Co.. $4 20; Watts &
Trice, Inc.. $S 05; Hodson Feenaugh
ty Co.. $S57; Fred Grant. $116 00;
Fred Grant; $3.75; J. W. Helmuller.i
$105 00; G. W. Rhodes. $43.75;,
William Ternahsn, $14.00: Ed He!-'
muller. $63 00; O. D. Garrison. $66;,
C. J. SjindHtrom, $63 00; Murtin
Trick. $38.50; Georpe Shatto.
$17.50: Henry Hahn, $14 00; George
Grant, $65.00. ,
Horn! District Xo. 2
Newall W.-.rd, $2 25; S Wellborn.!
$76.00; S W. Mahlgren. $2 95: Watts
Price. $S35; J. H. Sheldon,'
$121.50: T. E. Crewel). $S6 25: Fred
Gr.-nt. $50.00; J. H. Heimuller.:
$10.60; O. I). Garrison. $45 00; Ea
llelmullcr. $35 00; C. J. Sandctronv
$35.00; Martin Trtek. $3150; J. Ask. i
$2100; J. W. llelm ullcr. $31.50;;
W. M Brooks, $50 00; J. H. Wist,;
$45 00; O. W. Clark. $37.50; C.
Parks. $10.60; W. Roberts, $147.00;i
I). Duncan. $14.00; George Carlson.1
$14 00; Peter Olson, $76.25: John,
Josephson, $21.00; H. O. Morris.'
$31.50; C. Wilson. $14.00; Lewis
Snider, $52.60; Fred Boesel. $)4.00;
W. M. Brooks, $50.00; George Grant, 1
$65.00. 1
Road District No. 3 j
E. R. Trehnrne, $425.00; The
Whlto Co., $0.25; Hodson Feenaugh-,
ty Co., $82.50; Hodson Feenaughty,
$27.50; Hodson Feenaughty Co.,
$48.00; Ben Cooloy, $36.50; J. H. :
Sheldon. $S6.C2; U. W. Clark. $52.50
11. H. Bunting. $83.75; J. G. Pringle.l
$49.00; W. H. Brooks. $5.00; G. C:
Itoboy. $35.00; E. Cram. $28.00;
Arthur Adams. $20.00; A. Van Dolah.l
$20.00; A. C. Popejoy, $20.00; W. F.
Citizens of Columbia County, you are wanted at
I ST. HELENS
to aid in the
Liberty Bonds
Bought and Sold
at Market Quotations
SHERMAN M. MILES
Watkins Remedies
Liniments and Extracts,
Spices,
Toilet Articles
Stock and Poultry Supplies
See or Write
Jas. Chapman
Oak St. St. Helens, Ore.
BIG PATRIOTIC
CELEBRATION
HERE'S A PART OF THE PROGRAM FOR THE FIRST DAY
Grand Parade, Speaking, Free Barbecue, Competitive
Drill by Artisan Drill Team. Base Ball Game Artisan
Teams. Ladies' and Mens' Races, Greased Pig Race,
Log Rolling Contest, Tug-of-War.
Big Prizes to the Winners of all Contests
Dancing in the afternoon on the dancing barge "Swan"
Street dancing at night
St. Helens wants its neighbors from Scappoose, Warren,
Yankton, Deer Island, Columbia City, Goble, Trenholm,
and Spitzenberg to turn out in full force. It also wants
every inhabitant in the Nehalem Valley to come over and
enjoy two days of fun, frolic and celebration. MAKE
YOUR PLANS NOW to attend this big celebration.
THE FOURTH OF JULY COMMITTEE
(Under the auspices St. Helens Chamber of Commerce)
You'll Be Welcome In Si. Helens

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