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TD PARAGRAPHS
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..1.1 Willi I"1" v "
Sui when hW h0
,rt enis a waste of energy
opinio" "
Mfw i ,eor wh,a rou
10 " . ....... M timill nrnnnr.
(uw will be influenced
L should be to busy proyld
u family tlmt be hasn't time
betbvr or
provides for litem.
i
-hi. huIImIkmI manner
Lri you '' brlht ,d'
I, pot enough education,
much of tliat educate the
(Irl wy "oni work.
... .iinifuiher too many In-
mil not enough reforineri.
i.,..m ill the time to let
Loil tnvilivr bustle to spend
Uf Mwiim rigni lor nt
Id or New iora io uo ioius
inolbiT in spending oi
or Jewole but U ' better
thin for 1 1 if in to uoaru u
good tliliix some people do
in their sleep or mey a gei
IruB with mi evenly modu
le will hulii your attention
t Hi person wliu a louo,
pei Voice bus lost his wind.
krelsnd llulndeeler bee die-
that there ere 1000 ways
ln ouniukln ule end ttil
brciuuiably duoe not Include
motuor niumts mom.
Lter live our enemlee the
the doubt.
lost girls are not flirts Just
tber hollr "hello" at eo
bo they do not know.
lino eicune for being Crabla
k md besides, it doee you no
n a, nmjvjs MIST,
A Sweater Smock and Short Skirt
Women eald three years ago that the sweater "would not but "
bu each new .-..on finds lbs coraf, wool knit,,,, , iom, Bew
Thle new fall model for the Ant cool day In In r bright rose shod
In smock model and with monk's cowl collar The nlftv ault on th l.f
ahowa tbe return of the short iklrt after a few weeks' absence the
basketry; trlmmlug being tbe feature.
DAYLIGHT LAW TO
REMAIN EFFECTIVE
yioi can pusslbly sort two
It bat all what a man
l0 wives.
Vu who clnlius to know says
Ids dsys ulion latin waa a
)ut the word "editor"
(omethtng to eat." The
irltty Isn't raised in this
istp your children living lb
was fearful punishment or
la to feel that they are not
u their associates. It will
k feeling of timidity that will
bdlcap In lliolr later fight
orw.
o
tons af thn treat nations of
Id can hold out agalnat Inter-
peace, wlmn It costs billions
bni a year to keep prepared
Jble war, Is a mystery beyond
Anr prom that mix lit ac
ar Is mure than offset by
JblS Cult.
o
roi are charitable a lot of
OS are m.kv. llut It's better
lUlseasy than to ba ao close
)l fit you like a wet bath-
o
likes to see a man who Is
M to assert himself, but pa
wn naa us virtues.
o
tber day the printer got a
uTitation to nrlnt whlcl.
. "Mr. and Mrs.- re
ar presents nt the marriage"
f11 who urns the worst of a
Id alWHVn diwlila a Mi
t'r than thn learned judge
wl men tried and true."
I o
found out whero Darwin
ineorv inm n,. a
. . . UOIWIII VI
"en Adam cave ud one of his
his wife imil. nt ha
f" that he hnd made a
M hlmsi.if by ao doing.
of youth never tell
Wki Ihlnk thoy are humor
they aro merely being
After Tongrr PalU U I'aMit It Over
lrrwlilnt's Vrto May Hun to 11)21
Washington The daylight saving
plan under which the clocks or the
country are turni-d back one hour
In March and thnn abend an hour li.
Ootobnr, will be continued Indefini
tely. This was assured wlmn, fol
lowing President Wilson's veto of
the agricultural approbation hill
carrying a rider repealing the tin y
light law, the house rnfusnd by a vote
of 137 to 136 to pass the measure
over the president's veto. .
Mouse advocates of the repeal
stated that after the agricultural bill
had baen sent back to the committee
that no further effort at this snsslon
perhaps not In this congress, which
continues In existence until Mnrch,
1921. to wipe out the daylight sav
ing act.
FASHION NOTES
PORTLAND LIBRARIES
BAN FOREIGN TONGUES
Discontinuance of Including for
elgn language newspapers In the flies
of the Tortland public library, at,
suggested by William K. Woodward,
a member of the library board of,dosos of this romody cured me. I
Dressy taffeta suits are seen, some
with cupe coat effocts.
A good deal of Chinese filet is
UMcd on flesh crepe blouses.
The new tunic skirt has the tunk
coming only to I he knee.
Oray and black form the smartest
combination of the moment.
The suit cont hr.s made excellent
use of the deep shawl collar.
Copper, teto do negro and black
ore the favorite color for veils.
A number of the I'r.rls creations
are developed In bluck and white.
The oxford shoe topped by a rib
bed stocking hns no rival for street
wear.
Mrs. Durn's IMter
More Is a letter that Is cort-.lr. to
prove cf fcilereet to people !;i this
vicinity, as cases of this sort cccu,
in almost every r.olghborhocd, and
people should ku?w what to ilo In
like circumstances:
Savannah, Mo , Oct. 12, 191.
'I used a bo'.tlo of Chamborluln's
Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy about
nine years ago mid it cured me ot
flux (dysentery). I had another
attack of the same complaint some
three or four years ago and a few
NOTICE OK FINAL BKTTI.KMESJT
IN THE COUNTY COURT OK THE
STATE OP- OREGON FOR COL
UMBIA COUNTY.
In the Matter of the Estate of Carl
Carlson, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned as administrator of the es
tate of Carl Carlson, deceased, has
filed his flnr.I account In the County
Court of the State of Oregon fo
Columbia County, and thct Monday,
the lath day of August, 1919, at the
hour of 10 o'clock In the forenoou
iof said day and the court room of
said Court, has beel appointed by
aid Court as the time and place for
hearing objections thereto and the
settlement thereof, and the dlstribu
lion of said esato.
i Dated and first publish, July 11th,
11919.
CHARLIE MICKELSON,
Administrator cf the Estate of Carl
Carlson, Deceased.
'Waldemar 8eton, Attorney fcr Ad
i mlnlstrator, 710 Chamber of Com
' mercg, Portland, Ore. S0-S4-6t
HIMMONH
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH,
STATE OF OREdON, FOR COL
UMBIA County.
George 11. Duckworth, -Plaintiff,
vs.
Loulso Duckworth, Defendant
To Louise Duckworth, Defendant:
In the Name of the State ot Ore
gon. You are harsh rannind t A . n
pear and answer the complaint filed
against you In the above entitled suit
on or before the first day of August,
1919, that being the last day of the
time prescribed In the order of the
Court for the publication of this
summons, and if you fail so to appear
and answer, the plaintiff will cause
your default to be entered and ap
ply to the Court above named for the
relief demanded In said complaint,
to-wlt: For a dissolution of the
bonds of matrimony existing between
plaintiff and defendant on the
grounds of cruel and inhuman treat
ment. This summons is published by
order of tbe Honorable J. A. Eakin,
Judge of the above entitled court,
made and dated June 11th, 1919,
which order proscribes that service
of summons In this suit be made
upon you by publication once a week
for six consecutive weeks, which time
will begin to run from the date of
the first publication hereof, to-wlt:
June 13, 1919. The last publica
tion will be August 1, 1919.
, J. W. DAY.
Attorney for Plaintiff
Residence and Postofflce address,
St. Helens, Oregon.
MASON'S
Sundaes and Fountain Specialties with the Famous
MT. HOOD ICE CREAM
LOS ANGELES CHOCOLATE SHOP CHOCOLATES
(in Redwood Boxes) . .
HELEN ARDELL CHOCOLATES
WARM WEATHER LUNCHES
ii
M . ...
mmm mat a. man who
w drunk would never be
""in to Imblde too freely
Will declxra )) it.. ...
r sei married and most
i
ft . ,
""We itnt .4 . . n 4
f anothor until the day
XK. Others never see one
-.orwurilB.
i r- ' - '
l- i-renin something pleas-,
I. Wei) ntt mnniki., ni
!! .n" ua"y nd Just as
true.
for Is my chariot,.
II not ,,
flletl me iio down
directors, will likely come up forijirve recommended Chamberlain's
discussion at the next meeting of the! folic and Diarrhoea Remedy to dox-
llbrsry board. ens of people since I first used it." i
Mr. Woodward urges the board to' .
bar all foreign Inngunge papers as a, NOTICE OK SALE OK HEAL ntO-
PHOTOS
Prices Reasonable
Satisfactory Work .
ENLARGING"
J. T. SCOTT
ST. HELENS, OREGON
A Bi gStock of Paints
In order to accommodate many of our cus
tomers, we now carry a large stock of Paints
and Oils. Now is the time-to paint up and '
clean up. ' : I
A Large Stock
Of Good Groceries and Fresh Vegetables you
will always find at our store and we sell them ' ."',!
at prices you can afford to pay- - ' . " " !
Courteous Service Prompt -Delivery :
Larsen & Co., Grocers
: Let Us Be Your Grocers You Will Be Satisfied
Telephone No. 27 Free Delivery
ateo tottrtl Amnrtcnnlznllon, and
also contends that In the light of
past events It would he wise policy
for the board to put the complete
ban on all newspapers and magazines
which are not published in the Amei-
lean language
l'EKTY
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, FOR THE;
COUNTY OF MULTNOMAH. !
In the Matter of the Estate of James!
A. Gowanlock, Doceased.
I, Edith M. Gowr.nlock, Executrix,
The suggestion was roferred to the ' , ;,, ,.. 'm ,i .,!,,... nt
noog committee, or wnicn '" ! James A. Gowanlock, deceased
D. Wise is chairman, and It Is j h'crct,r cl;e notice' that, under and!
ile that this committee will purfrnt to an ordor rnd license of,
sale, issued out of the noove entitled j
court. In the nbovo entitled mr.ttor,
duly mnde and entered by said court
Jonah
nro liable
submit a resolution and recommenda
tions at the coming meeting. '
The foreign language newspapers
which are now on file nt the public ;0J flr8t dttV of M.,Ti 1919 i wlli,
library Include German, Finnish, o- Saturday, the 9th day of August,
1919, rt Z o ciock r, m., sou ri puu'
llsh. Rnnnlsh. Swedish. Norwegian,
Lithuanian and Italian periodicals.
RECIPES
Hluffl Pototo
Wnh tliornuehly mndlum sized
potatoes and pool. With an apple
corer push down throug'i the middle
llo nuctlon, at the front d:or of the
county courthouse, at St. Helens,
Columbia County, Oregon, tho here
inafter doscrlbod real property, to
wlt: An twdlvlcbd one-half Interest In
tho Southwest quarter (SWU) of
iha SniiLlioust nuarter (SKVi) of
Str. IBALDA
Rules tietween St. Helens and
I'ortlaud, ilO cents one way, 75
cents for the round trip.
Tickets good until used.
Host leaves St. Helena 7:55 a. m.
Returning leaves Portland 2:30 p. in.
Arrive at St Helens 4 -45 p. m.
O L HOOGHKIRK
In we
PtrovBik
Mull, mv aoli ' "'
fae'h me tin.. .1.. a
rddth . """P wavers,
brni. "rBKaown for me
Ik... ' '...,u v nmu ItlH.
t,: ' ,. through the
hm per, i am towed
('.'w moro evil when It' Is
P Its shaft, discomfort
Elh tnv f. ...
ater bnl.,n,
1.' ' """th over. -
..QWeU III tl.n U... iv.
Pr8"r," WUBW VI illO
to thsf bo "torn and remove the .re Section 17. In Towushlp 3 North,
hus mar Fill the cavity remain- Range 2 Wo.. Willamette Meridian.
H wRh 'ell seasoned sausVros. and Columbia County, Oregon.
m. "ototi"- dripphiRS. Hake until The terms of sale of the above!
an appetising brown. , foHowlo i.J. om t. Qf au-
IJnNikfiit Cotte (ie remillnng three-fourths on con-
Have the coffee pot scalded. Allow , flrwulul, 0f sale and delivery of
one heaping tnhlespoonful of fresh llom,
y ground cortoo for each cup ofi EDITH M. GOWENLOCK.
boiling water. Put the cofl o in the f, rlx of tll6 ,Bt wlu Bnd testa
scalded pot nter mixing it to a paste ( j A Gcwenlock, de
wtth a little cold water, then pour
OTer It tha boiling water and boll rm A Nor1 AUorney for Executrix,
five minutes. Romove the grounds! fl31 clmmber f Commerce, Pcrt
that rise with a spoon, add a few( .Oregon. - 30-34-61
crushed shells of raw eggs and a .
spoonful of cold wntor.
BealloiK-d CarmtM
Two tablespoons fat. two lajde t
spoonr flour, one cup milk and car ;
rot stock mixed, salt and puppm to
Wash and scmpe the required
tuuber of carrots Slice very thin,
and cook until tender In Just enoug
salted water to prevent them fr ni
v n.iin nvlne the stoi.K. ,
Melt the fat. add flour and ' '
and stir until weir blended. N"xt add,
?hooup of liquid. Cook the n.U1re
until It thickens. Mix sauce w I, 1 e
cooked carrots. Put In "Med bnk nB !
dish, sprinkle with crumbs and bake
until delicately browned. I
Johnny Cako i
Johnny Cake No. 1: Ono pint
sour ml?k or buttermilk, one egg. two j
;:XiJn. flour, one teaspoonful
Ilclla, Central I A 128
Yes. Bennett's Barber
Shop.
Quick and good service.
CLEANING
PRESSING
General .Repairing
Men's and Women's Suits
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Cleaning and Pressing, $1.75
Sponging and Pressing, $1.00
We make your clothes look
better and last longer.
H. W. HOLMES
At Knighton's Shoe Shop
ON THE STRAND
saU. one 'Toaspoonful soda, dissolve .
,n 'I?! a.t0.r: iw .nd flour, and
I mix me k , - i.iv :
add enough meal to make
batter, and finally ad. .alt and "oda ,
after being uibboiv ... .""b ke
ter. Mont very rapidly, and bane
"jhJnVcikwNo :- One egg.!
,wocupn.y ttW. P;
flour, three tablespeons suBr.r. two.
teaspoons baking powder, mllK(
enough to make it soft. ;
: Bmnll 'Coat-Quic RoHUlts-LIt-1
tie Mist Want Ad..
PERRY GRANITE CO.
ISA III. rURRY, Mgr. ' ,
301 4th St. Portland, Ore.
Designers and Manufac
turers of Monuments
Pi-iil willi tis direct and
llms s:ivc Mgonl's.coinniis
sinii. Knr (;..(.! Work, always
Mic flicapest.
Our store is YOUR store.
Come in and get acquaint
ed, even though you arc
not ready to buy.
You are always welcome.
The Boys
POOL PARLOR
Cigars, .'Pipes, Candy
Cigarettes, Tobacco -
Rainier Ice Cream
' The Real Ice Cream
Vortex Fountain Service
The Boy
M'DONAU) A PETERSON,
' Proprietors "
-8u nolens, Phone 127W
Do you want good Lumber
at a reasonable price?
" ' ..
If so, give, us an opportunity to quote you prices. If you
are going to build a house, a barn, a fence or will need
lumber for any use, call or write us. It will be to your ad
vantage. : 7- ; -p : ; -
SILO STOCK
We are making a specialty of getting out silo stock. Our .
prices are lower than you will obtain elsewhere. If you
will give us a trial order, you'll then be convinced that we
are telling you the truth. Make us prove it.
Scappoose Lumber Co.
SCAPPOOSE, OREGON
WE REBUILD
Worn Out Tires So They Are Goods as New and
Save You Money in Tire Costs
Retreading
Fabric Sections
Half Soleing
Cord Repairing
Vulcanizing
and All Other Tire Work
We are Anxious to be of Service .
Independent Auto Co.
ST. HELENS,'. OREGON
Autos, Tires, ,' Accessories, . Repairs, Storage

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