ST. HF.T.ENS MIST. FRIDAY. JUNE 13, 1919
SAVED BY A BASEBALL
Play Is doing in part in the recon-
structlcn that always follows war. It
; Is ono of the chief agents In the cure
: of the wounded fighting men play
! that restores suppleness to stirf mus
; cles; play that awakes thought ana
. intellect in minds dulled by shell
sLock; play thr.t bids the red cor
. puscles race as they have never done
. before, bringing tho glow of health
1 to wan cheeks and the !l;ht of youth
j ard vigor to young eyes.
The Red Cross Is In charge of ath-
letics and diversion in most of the
i hospitals. Down at Camp Pike, Ark.,
j there is a case of shell shock that has
yielded readily to the curatlvo power
of play. The patient was a profes
sional ball player. He came back
from France badly wounded and suf
fering that peculiar mental affection
that follows days lived under the
screaming shells, the Incessant
pounding of heavy guns and has
been called "shell shock. It was a
new thing four years ago and baffled
the army physicians; but doctors
have learned a lot In the last four
One day after the wounds of the
Camp Pike patient had healed and
his body and limbs were once more
strong and whole, a Red Cross man
placed a ball, an ''indoor baseball,'
in his hands. The man held it indif
ferently, looking at It with unknow
ing eyes. He passed it from one
hand to the other, not knowing what
to do. The Red Cross man stood by.
Then suddenly, a light broke on the
soldier's face; his eyes danced and
his body and limbs flung themselves
into an old-time attitudo and the ball
went sailing through the air in its
wonted curve. The miracle hao
worked. The Instrument of the game
had touched a smoldering spark of
memory and had rekindled the flame
of his intellect. He was discharged
cured not long ago.
There Is another similarly Intprpst.
ing case, that of a young colored sol
dier, paralyzed on one side. He runs
the bases in one foot and plays witn
one hand. There is no more enthusi
astic player on the cripple's team.
Play has done more to raise the
morale of the disabled men than any
other one thing.
The Red Cross man in charge of
the work is busy 12 hours a day
keeping the men going, even the bed
patients, who use exercisers attached
to the foot of their beds. Such efforts
create good-felowship among the pa
tients as well as hastening the heal
ing of their wounds, and spell
"morale" in capital etters in the life
of the hospital.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREIION FOR THE
COUNTY OF COLUMBIA.
Jeanette R. Reardy, Plaintiff,
Irvine W. Reardy, Defendant.
To Irvine W. Reardy, Defendant:
In the .Name of the State of Ore
gon, You are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint filed
against you in the above entitled
suit on or before the list day of
June, 1919, said day being after the
expiration of six weeks from the
date of the first publication of this
summons, and It you fall so to ap
pear and answer said complaint, for
want thereof plaintiff will apply to
the Court for the relief prayed for
For a decree dissolving the bonds
of matrimony existing betwoeu
plaintiff and defendant, and for such
other and further relief as to the
Court may seem just and equitable.
This summons is published by
order of the Honorable J. A. Eakln,
Judge of the abovo entitled Court,
which order was made and entered
on the 5th day of May, 1919. and
the time prescribed for publication
of summons herein Is six weeks, be
ginning with the 9th day of May,
1919, and ending with the 20th da
of June, 1919.
JAMES W. MOTT,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Seandlnavian-Americnn Bank Build
ing, Astoria, Oregon.
My wife, Zora L. McCallum, having
left my bed and board, I will not be
responsible for any debts incurred by
said Zora L. McCallum, after this
Dated at St. Helens, Oregon, this
the 16th day of May. 1919.
22-26-5t W. D. McCALLUM. ,
XOTICK OV KSTRAY CATTI.K
' Taken up at my place near War
ren, Oregon, two heifers, one yearl
ing, dark brown and some white on
body. One two-year old, red and
white. These cattle have been
t around my place since October, 1918.
Unless owner calls and pays charges,
cattle will be sold on Monday, June
30, 1919, to satisfy charges.
25-28-4t Warren, Ore.
In a garage at Albuquerque is
posted: "Don't smoke round the
tank! If your life isn't worth any
thing, gasoline is!"
Perhaps you have never thought of
j It, but this disorder is due to a lack
! of moisture in the residual matter
jof the food. If you will drink an
I abundance of water, eat raw fruits
and take lots of outdoor exercise, you
; may be able eventually to overcome
it entirely. In the meantime use the
most mild and gentlo laxatives.
. Strong and harsh cathartics take too
much water out cf the system and
: make a bad matter worse. Chamber-
Iain's Tablets are easy and pleasant
j to take and most agrjebale in effect.
Give thorn a trial.
Ice Cream Weather is Here
We serve the pure and wholesome WEATHERLY Ice
Cream received fresh every day if you want ggod Ice
Cream, let us furnish it.
CIGARS, CONFECTIONERY, TOBACCO
We have a full line and will be pleased to have a portion
of your patronage.
St. Helens, Oregon L. L. FRAZIER, Prop. Phone I32-W
West St. Helens Bakery
S. HEUMANN, Proprietor
FRESH BREAD, PIE, CAKE AND PASTRY.
Special Orders Solicited
Ask your grocer for our BREAD. He has it and it is
made in St. Helens.
THE UNITED STATES CREAM SEPARATOR
Skims Cleanest and Lasts the Longest
Come and See H. A. COLT at St. Helens
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
DRAY INC AND TRANSFER
All Business Promptly Attended To
WM.H. DAVIES - . pR0P
ST. HELENS.ORECON "
J. L. Chittem
Successor to II. W. Fogol.
Blacksmiths, Expert Horseshoeing
WAGON, CARRIAGE, AUTO REPAIRS
All Work Guaranteed Give Us a Trial
ST. HELENS, OREGON
NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
STATE OY OREGON FOR COL
W. W. Seymour, Plaintiff,
Clatskanle Llsht & Power Company,
Whereas under r.rd by virtue of an
execution Issued out of the nbovi
n?.tned Court. In tha above entitled
suit, on the 13th dry of May, 1919.
In pursuance of a Juditment, docree
and order of sale rendered and en
tered In said Court, on said 13th day
of Mav, In a foreclosure suit where
in the plaintiff. W. W. Seymour, re
covered Judgment OKr.Inst the defond
nnt. Clatskanie Light & Tower Com
pany, for the sum of $12,016.04,
principal and interest, for $250 at
torney's fee, and $16. SO costs ami
accruing costs, I rm commanded to
innko sale of the following described
real and personal property, as ono
parcol. In the manner provided by
law; said property being located is
said county of Columbia, to-wit:
1st.- That certain Indenture of
lease dated February 26,. 1918, by
and between Nancy A. TIchenor and
W. K. TIchenor. pirtles of tho first
part, and F. C. Barton, parly of the
second part, therein for the follow
ing described premises situato in
Columbia County, State of Oregon,
Beginning at a point In the center
of the County ror.d leading from i
Cle.tskanie to Marshland, Columbia!
County, State of Oregon, which
point -of beginning is the most north
eriy point ot tnai ceriain t'iree ana
thirty one hundredths (3.31) acre
tract of land heretofore deeded by
lessors herein to Silve and J. T.
Graham, In the north hrlf of the E.I
G. Ilryant D. L. C. In Township 7 1
North of Range 4 West of tho Wll-i
lamette Meridian; running from'
thence south 60 decrees 31 minutes'
E, tracing the northeasterly side line I
of said Graham tract of l-.nd, on
hundred (100) feet, moro or less, to
a point In the center of Fall Creek;
thence northeasterly tracing the cen
ter line of said Fall Creek, one liun
dred (100) feet to a point; thenro
north 60 degrees 31 minutes W,
parallel with said northeasterly side
line of sr.ld Graham tract of lnnd ono
hundred (100) feet, more or less toi
the center of said County road; and!
thence southerly tracing the centei j
ef sr.ld County ror.d to the place of
beginning. Also a right of way
twelve (12) feet wide and the riht I
to build, erect and maintain a flume.
ditch or pipe line from said premises
hereinabove described over and!
across the lands of lessor herein, be-
Ing the north half of the E. O. Ilry-i
rnt D. L. C. and Lot 4 of Section 8,'
said Township 7 North of Range 4
West of the Willamette Merldl-in, !n.:
gether with the right to divert tho
water of said Fall Creek and to flume
or pipe the same over said lands as
above set forth, end right of access
to the same at a ronsonnbly con
venient place across the l.-.cds of
lessors, subject, however, to all the
rights and privileges of said Silve
rnd J. T. Graham, their hoira and
assigns, and the extension tf said
2nd. Also that certain lep.so dated
Juno 7, 1908, by r.nd between Ed
ward Bergman and tho said F. G.
3rd. All the rights, franchises
end privileges granted to one I. R. 1
Reiboldt, his heirs and assiens, rndor
and by virtue of the terms, conditions
mm provisions or urdlnanco No. 3b
of the City of Clatskanlo, dr.tcd the
11th dry of Juie, A. I)., 190 6, en-
uuua -An uruinance Granting to P.
R. Reiboldt, his H)lrs and Assigns,
the Right and Privilege to Erect In,
over and upon Streets, Parks ami
other Public Grounds and Property
of the City of Clatskanie, Oregon,
Poles and Wires for tho Transmis
sion of Currents of Electricity for all
Purposes for which Electric Current
May bo Used, or for Which the Same
May bD Accepted, and to Piece and
Instal In Connection Therewith all
Manner of Electrical Apparatus, De
vices, Machinery and Fixtures and
Transmit Electrical Currents in, up
on and by means thereof, for All
Purposes for which the Sane May be!
Adapted; and to Conduct and Carry!
on the Business of Generating, Sell-1
Ing and Furnishing for Hire, Light
and Power for All Purposes, and also
the Business of Transmitting r.nd Re
ceiving Telephone Messages, in the
City of Clatskanie, Oregon, and All
Other Business for which Electrical
Currents or Electrical Power May he
Adapted, or for Which the Same May
be Used," which said rights, fran
chises and prlviloges wero by the
said Reiboldt duly assigned and
transferred to John D. Wilcox and by
him to the Company.
4th. Also all the rights, fran
chises and privileges granted to one
A. B. Kurtz, his administrators or
assigns, under and by virtue of the
terms, conditions and provisions of
Ordinance No. 38 of the said City of
Clatskanie, which ordinance duly I
passed the Council and was ap
proved by the Mayor of the said City
I luinnaiuo oil 1118 I Bin (lay Of Ffh-
jruary, 1908 said ordinance being
entitled as follows: "Authorizing
!the Erection and Maintaining the
! Poles and Supports to Carry Elcc
! trie Wires and the Operation of a
, Complete Light and Power System In
ui , V'atskanlo, Oregon,"
! which said rights, franchises and
privileges wem hv h . ..
Kurtz duly assigned and transferred
to John D. Wilcox and by him to the
6th. That certain electric light
and power plant and the name and
good will connected with the opera
tion of the same, situated in the City ,
of Clatskanie, Columbia County OreJ
f,?n' Jow owned and operated by the
vj,"to""""J niBiu ana rower Com
pany, together with all tho machinery
flumes, boilers, engines, poles, fix.
... , ..,,, wires anu nl
other supplies, apparatus and p.
. w....c i wimiever Kind anr'
nature used for or in connection with
the said plant, and all other property
of said Company which it now has or
may herafter acquire.
Now Therefore, Notice Is hereby
given that nn iha tin, ; "'
f ,ili sell at public auction
(subject to redemption I l no par
cel, to the highest bidder for ru.-!..
all the risht. tillo and Interest which
the above named defendant has. or
had on the 10th day of October.
1916. the date of the said mortaKage
upon said real and personal property,
to satlsfv said execution, judgment,
attorney's fee and securing Interest
Dated, May 13, 1919.
v. C BTAXWOOH.
Sheriff of Columbia County. Oregon
First publication, May 1, 1919.
Last publication, Juno 13, 1919.
ST. HELEHS-PORTIAND AUTO LINE
I'lUMi Klir.l'.Utl. I'r. j
scui Di 1 1: i
A. M. V. M
f.v. St. Helens 7:30 1:30
Warren 7:S 1:45
Scappooso 8:00 2:00
Ar. Portland 9:20 3:!0
t.v. Portland 10:00 4:00
Ar. St. IWIuus 11:60 6:60
Kulut'du) mid Humliija
Special trip leaving St. Helens p. ni
Leave Portland Hp iu
P. P. I. B, San Francis,
Tlie Stronger ami Krnrrti .
Iiroof Hlioe Made
roil i.o(i(;!:its, ciuiseiih, milkmen ami all v
TULO. HEHUMANN HIIOE Mi a. CO.
O'H Tliurman Htrrct
ASK FOR THE I1EROMANN WATERPROOF SHOE OIL
ST. HELENS ROUTE
V. W.ILmlt. Jlouih
rut PEUI-LU BOAT
Leaves Portland d illy - -2:30 p. m
(Sunday 1:30 p. m.)
Arrives St. Helens - - 6:00 p. m
(Sunday 3:30 p. m )
Leaves St. Helens - - - 6:15 a. m
Arrives Cortland 10:16 a. tu
II. HOLMAN, Ag.nt
Makes all way bindings. Wharf foot
Abler street. Phones: Main 8323,
FRANK WILKIN'S, St Helens Agent
W I 1
BRICGS AUTO WOOD-SAW Attachment
On mn cult IS corilt; 2 mum. 3S cord.
Goes Anywbere Any Auto.
BRICCS i BURPEE CO Jnc. Muifidarm
279 Hthorn Av Tortlartd.
Snd for lnfmtlwii and Uluttratad ( IrruUr
PERRY GKANITE CO.
EARL PERRY, Mgr.
"01 4 1 !i St. Iirllar.:l, ():
Designer:! niul Manufac
turers of Monuments
I)c;il wilh us direct :ind
l!l'N !Yl- .'I'Ji'Vl's CMIIUllis-
Fr ;..! ,rl, .dwavs
I lie clic.-'iii M .
J. F. Dopphnaier
ovi: i; LAND
Warehouse, CaraRO and Sales
room, next to tho I'ostofflce
J F. Dopplmaier
ST. HELENS. Ol:l,f;o
Hello, Central! A 128
Yes, Bennett's Barber
Quick and Kood service
Lynch & Muhr
HAIR CUTS, SHAVES
livcrvtl.inK i ,C. J.,,,-,,,.,.
1-inc done tip i Style
Our sl.op is Slriclly Clean
Come in and See us
Have Your House
'-"lma.,.N '" '"".iHh,,,.
J. A. LARGE
Hl- "eleiiH, ),,
FLUMBING, STEAM HEATING
and SHEET METAL WORKS
Stationary Wash Tubs and Bath Room supplies.
ST. HELENS, OREGON
Prices Reasonable Satisfactory Work
ICE CREAM WEATHER
Yes. it is here, and we are prepared to serve you.
We Serve and Sell
HAZLEWOOD ICE CREAM
It is the best. One trial will convince you. Serv
cd from store or put up in packages. We have
a mighty nice ice cream parlor where you and
your friends m;iy rest and have a nice cool drink
The Central Confectionery
ROY A. STEWART, Proprietor
The People's Market
CHOICE MEATS . BEST GROCERIES
1 hat is what you yet when you trade with us. We be
lieve in the "Cash and Carry Plan," and by practicing
it, are increasing our business and saving our cus
tomers a little on each purchase.
The People's Market
St. Helens, Oregon
t. .".,! -Iiirr?
iv nt-Mfj' i vim
Leave it to the
For years the Standard
Oil Company, through i
Board of Lubrication En
gineers, has given valu
able service in lubrication
on land, on sea and u
the air. Thousand, ol
motorists are availing
themselves of this aennee.
By exhaustive studying
actual tests the Standard
Oil Company Board
determined the corrw
consistency of ZeroleM
for your make of automo
bile. Their recommend
tions are available for J
in the Zerolene Corrtrt
Lubrication Charts. Thert
is a chart for each maw
Get a Correct Lubn'ci
tion Chart for your car.
At your dealer's or our
STANDARD Olt C0MPA
1 1919 at 11 VcVock in thV
! Court HoYBSihQ(fr?inl0.or,.of.
ence to said execution, decree and,
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