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2. ct iii.T PVv OREGON. FRIDAY. JULY 25. 1919 . . i i iii i " ' ' 7 ' : ' ' ' " i ' i .i.iii.'1ii.-vt I ' 1'K.lt'K AMI WAIl IsmhiI Kvery I'Vldnr liy TIIK MIST I'l III ISIIINU CO.MIMXt I O. D. HElI.BOrtN. uud Manager 8. C. MORTON ' 1'K.IOK AMI Wn I sloo.l one morning on u misty i . . . , ,...', i,.i. r, ii,.i,.iih. Couniy it imiild u ueooHll. or no AcainKt tlio current of llic Seine J ' , ,',, eiiiiiiicirlt tleiioi.li..). riueiml or Intereiit tout tuns nuli'eil on. almost in vain,;' ' .. il.l,ii..,i!itilv nrlor In nulil t.'tnn IJiutnirifinl , ... ......I. ,1 ..r nti.nl Illllll IWVI'll III I n r n ........ i In It -i ii 1 I ho miivv ..Editor i IukIi nidi coal. Iiargos, loadi'd n f Columbia, HUil" (or d;il. T.. ivi - ''ultli. n one ea Willi the name, last known place, of resl.1. ..re or pes-offlce ...Wrens of hucI, HIUSCKII'TIOX Ono Tear ........ . . Six Months And on tlie other siiore great breathing black ttirlpu l..l ri.S I Anil niifiiim tinvil In'nv lihnk Ulul fi.no ; ' -whim, i "! Darkened the misty iilr Into n denser 1 fog. f'ic 1 ,i,.poHitor. and the faet of Ills death. If known Entered na second-class matter,' Janiiarv JOUi. 1912. nt tlio I'ostof lice i from out the mist there came a train it St. Helens. Oregon, midor tha net of of March 3rd, 1S79. rouxTV oiticiai. r.ir.u MEMBER ST. HELENS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE VXRimTNATK It is unfortunate that a breach occured between the fire department and the mayor and council, and just at this dangerous fire season of tire year, there is no organized I'ire de partment. At hut firo there will be found willing workers, but they cannot accomplish the best results utiles there is a competent leader.' Without such leadership, the work' of the volunteer fire fighters often: (imps is misdirected, and its efforts' do not accomplish tlio result desired.; The Mist 'oeiieves that inasmuch as: Mayor Saxcu and the council have' accepted the resignation of the St. Helens fire department, that they' should lose no lime in orsaniziiif: nuother department. It is true that' tlie mayor instructed Marshall I'otter to get a department together, but the Mist does not believe this is the busi ness of Mr. Potter. On the contrary. Mayor -Saxon as head of the city government should do the. work he bus told Potter to do.. The respon-1 sibility rcst on Mr. Saxon. nd Rray and slender, like young I nuimals -G mi drnwn by gypsy iiorsus uud I guided by men, ! Men tall, men short, men bearded. j liut all in liluo and mingled w ith the j mist, j Sitting erect upon the caissons, , I Stiff with the pride uud love of War ! Which each man, half ashamed, ' : Hides in hi deepest heart . , i P.efore the column rode tlie Colonel, j Upright. wKh bristling white must-: l III'll.W. And hard as Justice on his great! George M. Urouse Xhiiio of l)eNwllr H. M. DuPuls Maggie (iuodnno TI10111H8 Ishlster M. Itasmusseii II. II. Kedieliffo 0. I-ftu.ee K. A. Leuk Eugenn .Miles John S. Mitchell Hohort Mel'arney Arthur Price II. Allen Adams Puck Club Mrs. J. II. Hales white, horse. ';':,.!!, one by one, the sleek guns passed Ueneittl: the arch into the thick ra.iy mist. And left behind tlie monotone of toll " hat men cull Peace. Lewis liromfield. Will lam Itnsimnn W. E. Rogers Margaret Jonei McCoy & Emerson . llenlgnns Lumber Co. Mary liurk U II. Combs M. P. Hazen, N II. Whltten K. It. Wicks STATE OP OREGON AtMrem KeNiileiiro or PoKtofflct I'nliiiown fii k now n St. Helens, Ore. St. Helens, Ore. Unknown Unknown Unknown Portland, Ore. Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Deer Island, Ore. Unknown Unknown Medford, Ore. Unknown Unknown , Unknown Warren, Ore. Unknown Unknown St. Helens, Ore. Unknown Unknown Deit.l If IW I" Known t Necl-o-tury or Cu-liler Amount .35 2 00 .79 .45 1 .00 .01 .34 .18 2.75 1.79 .10 ,3u 100 .03 .45 .23 Oi 1100 .S3 .33 1.40 BOO .2 -tititn:ii i XAxniol Kl.V iii.iiv imd been very tryluic. mid her mother had to coi rvet her uiiu.y time. . At IiihI hIib lost pntlrnro, nnii ex claimed : "liettv. I ulioiild I It lit k you would get tired linarluK mo talk to you no lunch ' I And In decided tones I ho child ra 1 . . . - t... 1 . llirnen ' "own . uril.al -- ii I -ves. mother. I .lo! U.ndo.l y yi, tb. 4 I Answers. . . rrni joy (lf t,t o Ket inn, I: ...,"? 'Moiikh! hn his i)Wr, , d Into th. .?.,,,wNih 1 iwh. d i..d ;:,,Lprwii" Hold Up To 1 our Boy v '' K" too. . "VI..KH. TwH lmt a pnuny w,ywl h " arn,.d. Wl, ,tl,m ,k p-prro., aa kr vlnr U bslutBl, SZ And prove ,wt your own at t,, . FIRST NATIONAL BANK Memlirr I rlrrl JtcBerve Hjiem VU AS. (;it All AM, rwM 11. A. ,,,,, licensed ss ai:i:i 1 1, as to nitus Tin'.'; is the dry season and also the season for lamping and fishing p.ir- liis A liitie caution on the part of! lampeis, niignt prevent msasuous Cmintv and cosily coutlngrations and s ive Timber lumls"in ColunibiB ' Comity fl,n t,ie Cashier of the Columbia County Hunk of St. Helens. County of are one-half of the Taxable wealth of Coliirlibln, Stato of Oregon: thill the foregoing statement Is a full, true the county. - The timber should t.ot an4 complete statement, showing the name, last known residence or pont ile wasted, ana property ana lives of Columbia 1 I.. Stone, being first duly sworn. depose and say upon oath, that I jeopardized any one. by the carelessness ol 1 It must make a person -feel as Not wii hs;:;ndim; tlie faet that they though he has not lived without ae- l ad resigned from the firo depart-: complishlug something really worth ment, practically every member of while, when, after 41 years coii'in-'the former dpartmeut was at the. uous residence In one locality, frlT.ds lire and did magnificent service. Itl tirid neighbors, practically every cue is conclusive proof that they are not; living In the comunity, gather to pay i:' 'kinj in the interest of the city,' honor and respect. This happened and ii is also proo that they must i few days Ifgo at the home of Mr. have had come reason for resigning.' end Mrs. Judson Weed in the Nel.a- icm viiuey, iuiu Uliliousu .VI C. W ceu has been honored by the electorate of the county many times, the Mist believes that no greater compliment was ever paid him and his good wife than thr.t r-"h"r'i!T w'hieh tlf purpose of expressing Iheir kiinily thoughts towenls this pioneer cou ple of the comity. office address, fact of death, If known, and the amount to the credit of each depositor as required by the provisions of Chapter 14vS, of the Gen eral Laws of Oregon, 1917. A. L. STONE. Subscribed and sworn to beforo me this lClh day of July, A. 1)., 1919. . J. W. DAY, Notary Public for Oregou My commission expires May 24th, 1920. Clock and Watch Repairing We arc experts in this line. If the clock or watch v rt't keeping it should be repaired. Bring it tout A FULL LINE OP Watches, Clocks. Cul Glass, and Jewelry VON A. GRAY RELIABLE JEWELER AND WATCHMAKER You have many 'iieigUluirs and friends ia tlio. Nehnli-r.i. Make your rrrar. cements now to 0 with t'10 Chamber of Commerce delegation on tl.cir big Neli ilem picnic next Sunday. A writer -for I'.n Kustern papr who has recently toured Germany, says tlie (ierinans .are hungry, but lier.lt hy. We presume he refers to those who did not come In contact with the V. S. doughboys. Hotter not wait before organizing for another firo a fire department. The all-Important question the candldntes who will be sheriff? I ..fl f? 1 Ii The Chautauqua is in progress hi Itainier. Some of the best talent tn the country appear on the procram. St.- Helens people should attend the Chautauqua and incidently call on their Rainier friends. ii jijii men to moor tlio T.r.'.'su uii'.gible Kiil on her arrival at M.n.ola, N. Y. The landing seeing to have taken as long as the Y.i.! of t'.o: I.f.viathan, hut the ,re:'.t dirigibles for all tiieir size, art t!e::i crafis and must be handled tenderly. Tlie time will come, how tvui1, when they will he made fasi auu imchurcd in a jiffy The Itainier Hevlew and tboClats V.anie Chief are Improving encli Issue. They are giving more county and personal news. Tito Mist thinks that Columbia county Ill's reason to feel proud of the papers which are pub lished In the county end It does not believe that any county the size and importance of Columbia has more representative papers tlnn has this county. . , , ' ? O X 1 I Want To Make A Little Talk To You ! About the many articles I have in my store and which I know you need. In the first place let me remind you that The Canning Season Is Here and you should have FRUIT JARS. We have both the Mason and Economy jars in pints, quarts and half gallons, and also a big supply of FRUIT JAR RUBBERS. Are You Going On that Camping Trip? If you do, better come to see us first and let us supply you. with the necessary camp ing utensils. We have Pots, Kettles, Tin Plates, Camp Stoves, Small Camp Oil "Stoves, Fishing Tackle, Sporting Goods, Tents, and other articles you will need to help put the camp in shape, . Save Money On Your Ice Bill Buy one of our ICELESS COOLERS. We have them in two sizes, $17 and $23. We would like to have you call and inspect these coolers and feel sure you will at once recognize their merits andhow they will save you money. Harvest Season Almost Here ' We have prepared for the wants of the farmer. BINDER TWINE, MOWER PARTS, and other needed farming implements. Our store is filled with hardware . articles of merit and we would be pleased to have you call and inspect the stock. t PHOTOS Trices IteuKouablo Satisfactory Work ENLARGING .1. T. SCOTT ST. UKI.KN.S, OltlXION Str. IRALDA Itiitcs Irt'twceii Nt. Helens nnl Portland, Alt renin one way, 73 rciilH fur the round dip. Ticket (oimI until ueil. Hont leaves St. Ilelunn l.hhn in. KeturninK leaves Portland iilitl p. m. Arrive at St I lelem 4 4." p. in. C 1. HOOGHKIRK CLEANING PRESSING General Repairing Men's and Women's Suit3 Satisfaction Guaranteed MeniilitK mill IVonhIhk, l.7.5 sI"'"kI"I and I'rcKHliig, $.0(t We make your clothes look better and last longer. H. W. HOLMES At Kiiluliton'ii Slum ki,,.,. THK HTIl.WIt t A GOOD STOP for you to make is a stop at .this store wh you arc need of Groceries of the better class. For here is an assurance of quality, a quick ness and courtesy of service, a reasonableness of prices that you will hardly be a le to match. We score the highest percentage in all round superiority. St. Helens Union Store St. Helens, Oregon Telephone 80 E. G. DITTO ST. HELENS, OREGON Our store k YOUR store. Come in and get acquaint ed, even, though yen are not ready to buy. You are always welcome. The Boys POOL PARLOR Cigars, Pipcs, Candy Cigarettes, Tobacco Rainier Ice Cream The Real Ice Cream Vortex Fountain Service The Boys MDOXAI.lt & IWKItHON. l'roirlctor Ht. HelenM, IM11.110 127W The "Path D Prosperitl O you realize that this leads directly to tne of the Columbia County Bank-where you build up a good sized cash balance? The w thousand people who are following that path im a mighty good "walk of life" to travcl-and you too if you will deposit those earnings here regu and continuously. This bank, is big enough for' the very large counts but progressive enough to appreciate the smallest ones. '. ; LIBERAL INTEREST ON SAVINGS RHKTtMAN M. MILES MARTIN WIIITB- , . . A. I.. RTONK O. MOKCIC Vlco '. At PrcBldft'-l'renlilut ('amii"' Cnlilr GHblumtn IN COLUHulA v v I !