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VcULIAR NEUTRALITY
Ily I1AV It. CANTERBURY
Meutrul." M. o. UManey, paid
Lilior ini'l maniBer of tlio iL'
)eHKilll" """ in
Id advertisement in me veiling-
h Jouruiil.
h'Malloy eek to dupe the public
(h soft P "J ' 10 deiilroua of
(ling n audience mat 110 wai will-
to pay artvoriiHor rale ror
.n knowing that no reliable
Ln.iHir would print lucli rot.
fliln beautiful bunl about the 4 Li
flKlulUX lliuiniwuiRDri
. ..... .!., t a n.hU il...
bin lM III I? uuuw iv """""u
Wnliutloii of bosses and suckers
Getting munibora but will not
kd the IlKbt of publicity. Till has
T 11 1 1 1 .. -1 . .1 ... 1
Ofliy IOU WUH IIIUIimiBU wiiuii
Tliiiburworknn demand for a
Uit wuk" ww carried before the
IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OK TIIK
8TATK OKOHKOON IN AN1) FOR
COUIMIIIA COUNTY
John Y. Din, Plaintiff,
vs.
Either 1'. mn, i),,rn,lint
To Bather I. Hill, l).f..nd:int-
In the Namo of tlin Hint ,t n,.
7".. ......1 ... Kon: you are lmroi.v .1 .
linn Miaie oiitiiiuiiuu iiumu ana ., ' .ini7u 10 ap-
1 .. ...... j .... . ...pi'iir and aimwi-r iim ,., 1.. 1... ... .
....,. , 111 inn uiiove eiiiiiinri unit
f Judua. f)i. ... .. .
ST. HELENS MIST, SEPTEMBER 12, 1919
Malley's a.tontlo,, , Ulu Vl ?.;
" """ K",or of ,, rotten bunrh
Hague, In now racing the music ..fV'
...t.Kut.on and wl.i no" doubt
"J (1,Hrl" '''" the last u l
V?- wor" ,0 '"'.
liuvers and stated before the
L-d that they wore now getting
(a wmk"h than they ahould and
they were wen aauaueu and
only a handful of union aglta-
ero makliiK llio deuianda. Theao
i 41. member who ao turned
liiHt their ciuss ua to aciuany take
hand aRuliiHt them; taking the
(loyera money for iulary and ex
.c while fighting the unlon'a
alula, now look ao "luoulty" and
iiH'd that nona or Tiioin are to be
il on tlio atreeta or away from
iroli'dlng Influence of their
ben's akirt which they ao de
li In hiding bebtud aa In the caso
Windy" Hmlth, organiser In the
t lino uinirici ior tne il.s.
ih, who wna formerly a member
hn Klortrlcal Workera uulon.
La thut he did not take the Job
ImiiiiiiiT for the 4Iji becauae he
bwd In It but becauae "my
lly wan In need and I had no
ir way or making izuu per
li to get ins on my feet."
m um HiialUe aome of the valu-
prlvcii-ga O Mallty mentions:
flrat great "prlvelege" offered
metiihcrnhlp la the notorloua
til of illri'ctori; In fact the board
Irertors Ih the flrat and laat
Is the "whole show" In the
It regulates .all matter D re
in t to wngea, boura and working
til Uma! It aeta the aalarlea of the
lor anil chooaea them aa well.
Ih to ti-ll a glance at the "con-
Hlon" of the 4Iji will readily en-
a any akeptlcal reader of theae
within NlX week, from ,..! ni,.
date of the flrat publication of IMh
aummona. namely on or before the
J5lh il.i y of October, 1919, and If
you full to appear wllhln mild tme
ror want thereof you will be ad
judged In default herein and plain
tiff will apply t0 t, (.ourt for le
rel'ef priiye.1 for In lila complaint
herein, to-wlt: a Juilcment end do
crue dlHHolvlng the marrliiKO contract
heretofore ami m,w exlHting between
plilntlff and defendant and for audi
oilier and further relief and remedy
ua may be meet and eiiultahlo.
Thla luinmoiia U aerved upon you
by publication In the Ht. Helena Mlm
a newHjmper publlHhed and of gen
eral circulation In Columblu Counly,
Oregon, once ench week for alx huc
ceaalve and coiiKccutlve weeka, pur
iiant to an order of llonorublo J. A.
Kakln, Judge of the above entitled
Court, made and entered on the 9th
day of September, 1919.
Duto of flrat publication of aum
mona, Rcpttinher 12, 1919.
Ditto of laat publication of aum
mona, October 24, 1919.
JOHN K. 1.00 AN,
Attorney for
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Addreaa: Mohawk llulldlng, Port
land, Oregon.
ik, Hl'MMONH
HTAT.t'I,i,UUIT t:OUKT 0P THE
HTATK OK OREGON KOIt COI
UMIilA COUNTY '
"arry A. Went, Plaintiff,
Pearl I. WeHt, Dcfondnnt.
To Pearl 1.. West, Defendant:
con" Vm.N"m? ' the 8,ate of re
Bon. You are hereby required to ap
pear and nnuw..r n. ............ . '"p.
in ii,. i ;iiiiiaini ii ea
,MI llio above oniiii.i .
. .. ..vuik bix weaka after the
lr P-hllcatlon of thla aummona a
tt,V,f.e.k:..beli' time
I . A, "" uruur ior llio iiiili-
n ... "'t,KUT ana nnawer, plain
tiff will apply to the Court for the
o w t.,,r,aj:l T ",8 c"'P''nt!
i.l..i.,iirr .AiniiiiK neiween
op!i:ad8furrl'irAa"d.-"'''
Hervlco of thla summona Ih made
aTeekV:)'.r,,,,,'a,,0n "ornS
o, r .. . "'X ron"BCuMve weeks In
0 ne? of r."".". lHt,.rrHuant t0
1 '.B ''""orable J. A. Eakln,
whlc or.l .r Bb0V entl,lod Court
which order wua nm o on the Stli
'lay of September, 1919
W'H.HUH HKNnEltSON
Addreaa- in ..At!or,",r 'or Plaintiff
I Oregon Sl ' url,anu.
Irat puhllcallon, Rept. 12 19io
PI.Hcatlon, Oct 24. 1919
Diarrhoea, In Children
For" diarrhoea in children one year
old or older you will find coining
better than Chamberlain's Colic and
Diarrhoea Remedy, followed by a
doae of cantor oil. It ahould be kept
nt hand and given ra aoon aa the
flrat unnatural looseness of the
bowels appeara.
J. F. Dopplmaier
OVERLAND
OLDSMOBILE
AND
MOLINE
TRACTORS
Warehouse, Oarage and Sales
rooms next to the I'oatofflce
J. F. Dopplmaier
HT. IIKf.ENH. OltEOON
t ua look, In on one of the meet-
of the "Hoard of Directors."
bne able of the table alts twelve
koh representatives of the mem-
Ip-lt) it representing the poor
f who have agreed to abide by
iIocIhIiui thla body may make re-
as of the Juatnpaa of Ita bunk,
lie oilier aide alls twelve men
Mentlng the employers; theae
have previously received their
lurllona from the Lumerbei men's
rial Inn (union) and know what
are going to do before the meet-
kif the board ever takes place.
lie a caao. The employes aro
mdlng a living wage which
ii a aubaluntlal Increaae. Their
nonutlvnH vote solidly favoring
Increaae and the employer vote
Ir against It. What are the ro
ll requires more than fifty
rut of the vote to carry any
bullion and of course It la lost
he men continue to work for the
bl wage formerly received.
(t niln .1 you, I do not atate that
ulil happen exactly In thla way
mploye s reprea!ntativea have
till he bosses game In overy In
fcfl and have voted with him on
f question arising before the
fof directors, which leave the
yera nothing to foar -not even
vole.
I 4 1.a slated most emphatically
iiinirs was a BO-i.n organization.
or the benoflta and result for
Ule. What of the great In-
In price received for lumber
lila lime over that received 80
lure? The emnlover la now
Ink heller than $10.00 more off
employe each day than at that
and la now flibtinr against
I cent raise to the employe. Is
pour Idea of an even division?
e American Federation of Labor
organization nf the worker
flia bosses or the employer. It
f taken oxcept ordered by a ma-
f or the membership. The Tlm-
lorkers Union la hninrh nf h
r of I,, and abides by all Ita
p I um i ned atfttee ajovern-
rerngiuieB thla orranlzation
I't thin time has called In renrn-
Mves of the A. P. of L. in a iolnt
. .
F'inre at wash naton. D. C. to
piaiutiire procedure in Industrial
P I0r the fllllira nf tliA ImorUn
V'- The International Treat v nf
1 Proposed under the League of
" provide a place for organ
ahor of the entire world no
ion however, la made In any
or In anv arrroillln.l hnitv nf
picail reiireannliitliina tnf Iha
r organization, th 4La, not even
ronciiiiition Hoard of Oregon
p insider tbem for a minute.
pnnlderlng all theae facta, that
rnce guiorA t t i. . n . n.t
PU are organised to keep wagea
P and to prevent the men fune-
as a body of free men who
IHO right to nrnnlia Ihnmulvna
" bonlfido tiade union; that the
aye f0UKi,t tne un,on Bnd ar0
lKhtlllC II hv mAIm ....
1 10 demenn .... ..i i...
nave nea repeatedly about
""loiiH taken by the union and
l" Tor nsaiiKiAj
N. uotiuB ucvrr coiii
hV l).niiiul. ..... a t...
I..., . nuwa uui lurtiuu VJ
7'ft' fondltlons; that thoy are
h!n on tlle nnlona who
IMi?- n.lha American atandlnR
ini they have Issued
!i,..B". tl,8t rlke was called
"u UIIIflllB I h au ...IJ i
nnK . "D7 wuum remain uu
l"en p better their oondltlona.
I 'a ther onn - .
tnnt .... t . . i
fcnnfT, . 1,10 iniernaiionai
Ll ' T.',m 'eworkera have refused
" in, ... 1. . ...
u.. "iiiuors 10 join lite
MS nf 1 01,0 01 lne n"
r." or Clrnilnvmnnlt
0'Mn..t,'1!,Ks well known
ON m , " kp?w that
trailer. . OT.nm ? 00
rmoat , ",:r,.r.c,,,8B "n.a. nT?
I't HI.K ITKIN t.' NI'.M.MO.NH
IN THE CIlK.t'lT COl'RT OP THE
STATK OF ORKtiON IN AND FOR
TIIK COUNT V OF COMMHIA.
Srmuel 8. 8tu:'rt, ri-.l::tirf,
v.
I-avllle Stunrt. Dofe.ida. t.
To Lavillo Sluart, tho rbove named
defondnnl:
In the None of ti-o Ctr-to cf Ore
gon: You are hereby notified and re
quired to nppo.tr and answer the
complaint find ngnl:at you In the
r.bove entitled cjurl r.nd causn with
in six (6) weeks frcci ibo 12ih day
of September, 1919, d:to sot for the
first publication of this HUi.in-na, or
by 8:tturd.-.y tlie 2Gth dry ot October.
Kit, 'r.nd If yoa fu! lo r.ppeir and
answer plnlntlff will n.ipl to tbe
nbov entitled Com for ho relief
pruyod for In his complaint, to-wlt:
A decree of divorce dlHsolving the
bonds of mr.t rlmo.iy heretofore and
now oxlstlng jtetwoen you and suld
plnlntlff; and that ycu sh.-.ll be
granted no Interest whatsoever In the
lend owned by s:ild plal'itl", and
sltunled In lit Coaaty of Washing
ton, Stale of Tenesaeo; Hint said
plaintiff mny hnvo such other and
further relief aa the Court may deem
Just and equltabl').
This suini'ior.H Is p'lblis'ted In the
'. Helens Mist by order of tlio'llon-
irable J. A. Kukln. Judge of the Cir
cuit Court, for tho County of Col
umbia, State of Oregon, which was
made and entered herein on the 9th
lay of September, 1919, and the date
lof the flrat publication of summons
Is on the 12th day of September,
1919, and the date of the Inst publi
cation la on the 24th day of October,
1919.
GRERN AND WOLD,
Attorney for I'lnlntlff.
Address: 303-4 Sprexarth llulldlng,
Astoria, Oregon.
Chamberlain's (lough Iteniedy
Tl:ls Is not only ono of tho best
and most efficient medicines forj
cour'is, colds, croup and whooping
cough, but la also pleaitnnt to take, I
which Ib important when a medicine
must be given to young children.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy baa
been in use for ninny year and has
mot with much favor wherever its
good qualities have become known.
Many mothers have given it meir
unqualified endorsement. Wm.
Scruby. Chllllcolhe, Mo., writes, "I
have raised three children, have al
wc.ya uaed Chamberlaln'a Cough
Remedy and found It to be the best
for cougha. colda and croup. It Is
pleasant to take, llolh adults end
chlldrcnl Ike It. My wlfo and I have
alwaya felt safe from croup with it
In the house." Chnmberlnln'a Cough
Remedy contains no opium or other
narcotic
Ground Gripper
Shoes
Can be ordered by mail for
the whole family. The east
eat and beat ahoe made today.
A Real Corrective Shoe.
GROUND GRIPPER SHOE STORE,
WIH Waak. Btr-t. Pertlaatl. Omoa.
7MBt.H.Iaa Am.. T.oa. Wartlaalo.
PERRY GRANITE CO.
EAIII. rEIlKY. Mgr.
301 4th St. . rortlund. Ore.
Designers and Manufac
turers of Monuments
Deal willi i tlircct anl
thus save ngcnl'H commis
sion. ,
For Good Wo', always
the cheapest.
Lynch & Muhr
HAIR CUTS, SHAVES,
SHAMPOOS
I'vcrvtliinjj in n,e Ilarber
Line done tip in Style
Our shop is Strictly Clean
and Sanitary
Come in and See us
NT. IIKI.K.VS
THE UNITED STATES
CREAM SEPARATOR
SKIMS CLEANEST
AND
LASTS LONGEST
Come and Seo
H. A. COLT
at St. Helens
.A" ,
Most Prosperous Men
owe their success to their early
acquired habit of saving. Tho
sun of prosperity shines on him
who saves, not upon him who
spends aa lie earns. If you ex
pact to succeed you must do
your part. Working hard alone
will not suffice. You must save
part of your earnings ao that
when opportunity presents It
self you will be ready.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Member Federal Reserve System
CHA8. GRAHAM, President II. A. GUILDS, Cashier
All IIiihcs Call at Hotel
Courteous Treatment
HTM AT
ORCADIA
HOTEL
TIIOS. ISItlSTIOIt, I'rop.
Helen $1.25 per duy unci up
Chicken Dinner, 50 centa
Kpeelal Itulea to Itriculiir Hoarder
Our store is YOUR store.
Come in and get acquaint
ed, even though you are
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 Boys
M'OOXALI) & PETERSON,
Proprietors
S. Helens, . Phone 127W
FOR BRIDGES,
CULVERTS, ETC.
only the best concrete
should be used if perman
ency is an object. And such
concrete cannot be made
without the use of the best
cement. If it comes from
here its "bestness" is as
sured. Let us estimate on
your plans.
Frank Wilkins
Store in K. of P. Bldg Warehouse, Sheldon Dock
atHg - car: WSSS9'
floij ' -
Central Meat Market
We handle and sell none but the
choicest of MEATS. Cleanliness and
Safety is our motto and when buying
from us you are assured of getting only
the best.
WE WILL BUY
Beef Cattle, Hogs, Veal and Poultry
and pay the highest market prices.
Trade at home and save money.
Central Meat Market
HAY MORTON and GEORGE WII.SON, Proprietors
Phone 60
Free and Prompt Delivery
Jiffy Saw Holder and Metalic Clutch Exclusive
Big Time Saving Advantages Offered In the
Operates xt- A
Farm l
Machinery jj 'f I
Also J 5L'
r
Yaughau
Portable
Drag
Saw
See
Your
Dealer or
Write Us.
The Vaughan has the solid crank
case. The direct powerful drive
straight behind the saw. Jiffy saw
holder grips or releases saw in
stantly. Non-viberating.
Vaughan Motor Work s
475 E. Main Street . Portland, Oregon
Constipation
THERE IS NOTHING equal to Chamberlain's
Tablets for constipation.- When the proper
dose is taken their action is so agreeable and so
natural that you do not realize that it is the effect
of a medicine. These tablets possess tonic proper
ties that aid in establishing a natural and regular
action of the bowels. Chamberlain's Tablets have
cured many cases of chronic constipation.
Bargains In Farm And City Property
5 acres, half cleared, balance pasture, good orchard, lots ot ber
ries, good gardon and good buildings, beautiful location. The terms
will' suit.
One of our recent listings includes a 10-acre place 10 miles from
town, on good road, only Vi mile from school and postoffice. Half
ot the place is cleared, it has a fair little house, barn and chicken
houses, is watered by a well and creek and the prlcois only $HM.
25 acres, 3 miles from St. Helens, near school and post office.
This farm Is watered by a fine creek and a good well. The build
ings aro In good shape and sufficient for all needs. There is a fine
young orchard and small fruit. About 10 acres are cleared and
nearly all the rest slashed. Enough timber still stands to make wood
for al ong time. The price is $8700, half cash and the rost on terms.
40 acres near Doer Island, half cleared, part is level bottom lani,
part llos on the hill overlooking the highway. Fine location mile
from the pavement. Good strong house and gravity water system fed
by living spring. House is located In an old orchard and commands
a boautlful view. This was formerly a well known market garden
ulaco Price. $5MM, excellent terms.
One modern llttlo B-room house for $1300 In nice part of town
A new 6-room house nnd 2 lots, will be sold on easy terms.
One 6-room house nnd two lots suitable for garden for only $050.
Another neat llttlo house for $1400 on easy terms. Good garden lot
L. R. RUTHERFORD
PHONES Office, 123; Residence B-38
T
HIS is the day of specialists. The care of a car
is no exception. It is just as important to have
skilled attention for your auto as it is for your
watch. . ,
Many a day's sport has been spoiled just be
cause the car had been mistreated and would
not work.
When your car needs repairing come to the one
place where such work is a specialty con
sequently done right.
try ran . n,m na i
7 rw"voa for puying the part

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