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INDUSTRIAL REVIEW
UbnnoD to bava atw shlngls mill.
pncllutoD authorises mors paving
i ,ewrs.
Portland get! sjo.iww iniiuug
Hit pluul.
Ro.oburg to nays nsw two-story
krage imuuiug.
Echo New concreis garage duiiu-
to be built. ,
Tracei of oil round in i:oies -alley,
buglaa county.
Cniiaga Orore Vnllsr peach crop
Vii year enormous.
noirburc New bridge to replace
d Alrxandnr bridge.
Wilbur New Farmer's Stale bank
III opmi October lat.
Albuiiy 13.648 contract awarded
r paving four itreeta.
Portland Emanusl boapltal to
Let 125(1,000 addition.
Itoiinburg cannerr ahlpa two car-
Vila tu !'' Molnca, Iowa.
Uakur 1 wo unr riraaaa ore un
Urert at Highland mine.
Ilund lzu acres of Irrigated land
Wht for 1 11.000
Hood Itlvcr valley will ship out
0 carloads potatoes.
North wB(ern banks adopts profit
Wring plan for employes.
Kon't drove Work started on a
L Congregational church.
l..iilitir vrAVDPI aMlllflA arlna1a
tlt (o Hpokaifa packers,
hiitoin f C0.000 Deschutes county
iKutlon comi-any Incorporated,
rorlland Feather and bed fae
ry to eroct $40,000 building,
'larxainas county votes on $1,
0,000 road paving bond Issue.
I'orvallla Poultrymen making ex
ihIva additions to their plants.
Itottiburg Contract let for bullrt-two-atory
rencrote garage.
Hoiwliurg Douglas county will
r tilcxcat prune crop on record.
Siato Agricultural college puts In
ir on Industrial news writing.
Ubany 60-stand apiary produced
10 pounds of honey this seaaon.
Kollork company Incorporated to
nufacturn furniture In I'ortland.
VCorralll Agricultural college
MO.nofl. for another dormitory.
Portland $760,000 contract let
macadamising Ian county hlgli-
klbany Iocal confectionary ta
iling modern elect rlo baking
In. ,
Uultuomah county forms first
luago district under new bonding
I
kw company formed to operate
mines uotween Coaullle and
Idon.
IME BATH PREVENTS
INJURY TO CEREALS
e of a lime bath for preventing
kry to cereals In seed treatment la
kested by II. I. Bars, professor
kotony and plant pathology at the
Won Agricultural college.
In the Columbia basin region."
i Proressor liars, "the most do
tile chemical to use for grain
itment fur amut prevention Is
par sulphate or blue stone, but
inslve Investigations at the ex
ment station have ahown that this
luces a large amount of Injury
i most lota of seed due to pene
lon of the copper sulphate
mgli the small cracks which si
ft always occur In the seed coat
over the germ, resulting from
nary threshing.
!ir a lime bath Is used the poison-
orrects or the Conner are neutra-
Id snd the Injury greatly reduced.
r dipping the grain In the copper
fnate solution one pound of
s stone to five gallons of water
ocd is drained and Dlunged at
f In the lima bath made by slick-
on pound of lime In 10 gallons
sater, and then spreading out to
r planting as soon as possible."
no iinm bath Is gradually weik-
In neutralising the cooDer and
Mid be brought to normal again
occasional additions nf trnn
f of lime, points out Professor
' A lliuo bath which has neen
long enough to give a slight
r coat to the blade of a pocket
has already lost Its power of
acting the poisonous effect of
"lun stone and a new solution
lid be usod.
iGriffis & Hayes
HVlLDI.NO CONTRACTORS
'or plain and estimates see us
8hop Work a Specialty
K Helens, - . Oregon
Clock and Watch Repairing
We are experts in this line. If the clock or watch is
worth keeping it should b repaired. Bring it to us.
A PULL LINE OF
Watches, Clocks, Cut Class, and Jewelry
W W 4T
RELIABLE JEWELER
West St. Helens Bakery
S. HEUMANN, Proprietor
FRESH BREAD, PIE, CAKE AND PASTRY.
Every Day
Special Orders Solicited
8CMMUXM
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OnEQON IN AND For
COLUMBIA COUNTY
John Y. Hill, Plaintiff,
vs.
Eather H. Hill, Defendant
To Esther P. Hin, Def,.ndltIlt.
In the Kuuia of thn qi.- ,-
S?; !, "e lwreb' 'quired to npi
i "u,,w.c.r th ct""pi't m.!d
against you lu the abovo entitled suit
date of the first publication of this
summons, namely r betore t,
26th day of October. 1919, and If
you fall to appear within said time
for want thereof you will be ad
udge. In default herein and plain
tiff will apply to the Court for the
relief prayed for In his complaint
herein, to-wlt: a judgment end do
cree dissolving the inarrlugo contract
heretofore and now txlmlng between
plaintiff and defendant and for such
other and further relief and remedy
be meet and equitable.
Thle summons Is aerved upon you
by publication In thn Ht. Helens Mint
a newspaper published and of gen
eral circulation In Columbia County
Oregon, once each week for six sue-'
cslve end consecutive weeks, pur
suant to an order of llonorablo J A
Eakln, Judge of the above entitled
Court, made and entered on the 9th
day of Keptemher, 1919.
Date of first publication of sum
mons. 8eptemher 12. 1919.
Date of last publication of sum
mons, October 24, 1919.
JOHN F. I.OC1AN.
Attorney for
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Address: Mohawk Hulldlng, port
land, Oregon.
CITATION
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATIC OF OREGON FOR CO!,
UMIIIA COUNTY.
In the Matter of the EstUe of An
drew J. Rupert, Deceased.
To Don Alfred Sutherland. Charlc,
. Guy Sutherland, Austin Evermont
Sutherland and Cora Rupert, hnlr
at law of Andrew J. Rupert, dt
coased, snd Evanda A. Ruuort,
heir at law and devisee if Andrew
J. Rupert, deceased, and all per
sons unknown Intorestrd In th
estate of dflcer.scd. Greeting:
In the Name of the State cf Ore
gon, You and each of you r.re hereby
cited and required to nppenr In the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Columbia County, nt tho Court
Room In said Court In tho Court
House In the City of St. Helens, In
Columbia County, State of Orpgnn,
on Thursday the 16th day o! Octoher,
A. D.. 1919 at 11 o'clock In the fore
noon of said day, then and there to
show cause If any there be, why an
order should not ho made granting tu
the executor of said estate permis
sion and directing him to sell at
private sale all the real property be
longing to said estato,- lying and be
ing In Columbia County, State of
Oregon, to-wlt:
All that portion of Lots 19 and 2l
In Block 11 In the City of St. Helens,
In Columbia County, State of Oregon,
particularly described as beginning
st a point on the easterly linn of said
lot 19 ten feet southerly from the
northeast corner thereof, and run
ning southerly on the easterly line of
said lots 19 and 20 to a point there
in four feet northerly from the south
east corner of said lot 20; thenc?
westerly on a lino parallel with the '
southerly line of said lot 20 one
hundred feet to a point In the west
erly line of snld lot; thence northerly
on the westerly line of said lots 20
and 19 to a point therein ten feet
southerly from the northwest corner
of said lot 19; and thence easterly
on a line parallel with the northerly
line of said lot 19 one hundred feet
lo the place of beginning.
Witness the Honorable Martin
White, Judge of the County Court of
(he State of Oregon for Columbia
County, with the seal of said Court
affixed this 3rd day of September,
1919.
(SEAL) Attet J. W HUNT.
Clerk
First pub. September 5. 1919.
Last pub. October 3, 1919.
Small Cost Quick Rosults Lit
tle Mist Wsnt Ad.
Have Your House
Painted
We do flrst-clu Interior or
OutHhle PAIN'TIMJ ami
HMSHIXO WORK. Also
DECORATING
ICstlmatcs gladly furnished.
J. A. LARGE
I'AINTKIl PKOORATOR
Ht. Helens, Orogon
'
AND. WATCHMAKER
ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 26, 1919
Psnvrccinun . i b
. a AVI LJulUH AL I 1VI "
w
.. K. A. ROSS
l unera Director fcmbalmer
Business Phone 23 Res. Phone MR
. Moolc Bldg.. St. Helens. Ore.
DR. C. E. WADE
riiyshlmi and Hurgeoa
if . . Plone 99
Muckle lildg. 8t. Heloas. Ore.
S. B. HOSKIN
Itootlat ,
Office In Dank Building
u'lw Oregon
St.
DR L. GILBERT ROSS
I H I U I . I .. . T
- inn Burgeon
Office In Dank Bldg. 8t. Helens
FRED W. HERMAN
nuorney at Law
Oregon
'tululer.
DR. ALFRED I. PEEL
I'll) kIi lun and burgeon
uunic uuildlns
Ht. Helens
Oregon
C. W. ROBISON
Attornev-ut-lo
Suite 30G Spexnrth Bldg
Phone 497
AHtoria, Oregon
ERWIN J. ROWE
Attorney m Ij,w
Rainier - . Oregon.
(With K. H. Joseph Ileal Estate Co.)
DR.
S. H. RUSSELL
liii-oprm-tor
.MRS. ItCHKi;i. Ladle' Masseuse
Muorlluld Cabinet Steam Baths
Hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Phone 120-J St. Helens, Oregon
GLEN R. METSKER
Attorney
Office In Bunk Building
''''"n 17 .St. Helens, Ore.
T. S. WHITE f
Undertaker and I'oneral Director
COunty Coroner .
Phone S4 Residence phone 1134
St. Helens, Oregon
- a.
Notary Public Conveyancing
J. d. UUDFKEY
Farm Houses
hj iah im, sjoo, B73 ana up
rviinu j runes cunie in ana see DM
Office witli Columbia County Ab
stract Company
JOHN L. STORLA
Attorney nt Law
Hewitt Building Telephoi-e
St. HoIodh, Oregon.
7 6-J
GEO. H. SHINN
Attorney at Law
St Helens, Oregon
J. W. DAY
Attorney at Iaw
llauk Bldg. St. Helens, Ore
CHARLES SOUTH
VIOLINIST
Has resumed teaching in St. Helons
and can be found Thursdays at the
Lldyard residence.
NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY
B
onded collection service every
where.
onded to City of Portland.
onded representatives ot Lawyers
ft Bankers Quarterly.
Write for rates. 416 Panama Bldg
3rd. & Alder Sts
Portland , Oregon
For a Weak Stomach
The great relief afforded by
Chamberlain's Tablets in a multitude
ofc ases has fully proven the great
vnluo of this preparation for a weak
stomach and impaired digestion. In
many cases this relief has become
permanent and the sufferers have
been completely restored to health.
'For certain results at a small
cost nothing can equal a little Mljt
Want Ad.
SltsaW4MlMHBVMsBH
FOR LOGGERS, CRUISERS, MILLMEN AND ALL WORKERS
TREO. BERGMANN SHOE MFG. CO.
021 Tliurman Street H Portland
ASK FOR THE BERGMANN WATERPROOF SHOE OIL
R. CONSTANTIN
PLUMBING, STEAM HEATING
and SHEET METAL WORKS
a
Stationary Wash Tubs and Bath Room supplies.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
DRAYING AND TRANSFER
AH Business Promptly Attended To ,
PHONE IS
WM. H. DAVIES ' - - , Pror,
ST. HELEN S.ORECON '
1
LODGES -
St. Helens Lodge
No 117. I. O. O. F.
meets lu the I O.
O. F. bulldins. on
Ilia second aud fourth Saturdays of
each month, visiting members are al
ways given a hearty welcome.
LLOYD E. ALLEN, N. O.
C. W. BLAKESLEY, Secretary.
Avon Lodge No. 62 Knights of
I'ythlas meets every Tuesday even-
US' 111 Cant la Hall. Ht Halana Via.
Ring Knights always welcome
R AniN Rnna r n
EDISON I. BALLAGH. K. of it. and'
8.. and M. of F.
Tllllcum Tribe No. 62, Improved
O. It. M., of Yankton, Ore., meets at
Its wigwam, second and fourth Sat
urdays of each mouth.
W . G. BRANNON, C. of II.
E. L. HYDE, Sachem.
A 8t. Helena Lodge No. SX,
V A. F II A. M. meets 1st
' and 3rd . Thursduv in each
mouth. Visiting brothers cordially
A. J. PEEL, W. M.
E. E. QUICK, Secretary.
The Loyal Order ot Moose. St. Hel
ens Lodge No. 1238. Meets the first
and third Tuesdays of each month.
All visitors cordially Invited.
K. E. BJORKMAN. Dictator.
J. D. M'DONALD, Secretary.
MIzpah Chapter O. B. S. meets In
Masonle Hall the second and fourth
Saturdays of each month.
Mrs. ELIZABETH ISBIOTER, W.M.
JOHN PHILIP. Secy.
St. Helens Rebekoli Lodge, No.
217, meets second and fourth Thurs
day of each month In I. O. O. F. hall.
Visiting members always welcome.
ADELAIDE M. LEVI. N. G.
ELLA A. ALLEN,-Secretary.
St. Helens Camp No. 10.999, Mod
ern Woodman of America, meeta the
first Wednesday ot each month in
the I. O. O. F. hall.
H. A. COLT, V. C.
II. B. LA BARB, Clerk.
ST. HELENS-PORTIAND AUTO UNE
FltAMK BltfcPAKD, i'rwi.
BCHEDLI.K .
A.M. P. M
Lv. St. Helons .7:39 1:30
Warren ...7:46 1:48
Scappoose 8:00 2:00
Ar. Portland 1:20 1:20
Lv. Portland 10:00 4:00
Ar. St. Helena 11:60 8:60
Saturdays aud Hundnva
Special trip leaving St. Helens 8 p. m
Leave Portland 11 p n.
ST. HELENS ROUTE
Via, WillaMta Slraah
JHE PEOPLE.! BOAT
v
STK. AMERICA
Leaves Portland dully - -2:30 p. m
(Sunday 1:30 p. m.)
Arrives St. Helens - 6:00 p. m
(Sunday 8:39 p. m.)
Loaves St. Helens - - - 8:16 a. m.
Arrives Portland --10:16 a. m
H. HOLMAN, Agent
Mukea all way landings. Wharf toot
AJder street. Phones: Main 8323,
A-4Z04.
FRANK WILKINS, 81 Helens Agent
Liberty Bonds
Bought and Sold
at Market Quotations
SHERMAN N. MILES
The Celebrated
BERGMANN SHOE
Awarded
GOLD MDAL
P. P. I. E. San Francisco, 1916
The Strongest and Nearest Water
proof Shoe Made
Hello, Central! A 128
Yes, Bennett's Barber
Quick and good service.
THEY ARE .IN
Fall and Winter Merchandise of all descriptions.
AMONG THEM
COATS AND HATS
Prices the Lowest Quality the Best
M.RICEN
Successor to M. Rosenthal St. Helens, Oregon
Cleanliness and Safety
is Our Motto
We handle and sell only the choicest meats
and when buying from us you are assured of
getting only the best at the lowest possible
price. -
Our GROCEERY department is well stocked
with seasonable and reliable groceries and our
prices are lower than you obtain elsewhere.
The People's Market
Phone 40 St Helens, Oregon
Cooling Items for
Hot Weather
-Lunches Ice Cream Sodas
-Salads Ice Cold Soft Drinks
-Sandwiches Fountain Specials
-Celd Meats Mt. Hood Ice Cream
Confections
MASON'S
ST. HELENS, OREGON
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. '
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.
Scappo.se Lumber Co.
SCAPPOOSE, OREGON
"Here'saFriencllyTip"
ays the Good Judge
i
THE REAL
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut. tobacco;
W-B CUT.is a long fine-cut tobaoco
J. L. CHITTEM
EXPERT HOR8E8HOEIXQ
BLACKSMITH
Wagon, Carriage, Auto Rspalrs
ST. HELENS OREGON
Men who know tobacco,
chew the best without its
costing them .any more. 4,
They take alittle chew and
it's amazing how the good
taste stays in a rich, high
grade chewing tobacco.
For lasting tobacco satis
faction, there's nothing
like" a small chew of thaw
rich-tasting tobacco.
TOBACCO CHEW; .
sk your grocer for our BREAD. He has it and it is
1
made in St. Helens.

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