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" ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 26. 1919.
INDUSTRIAL REVIEW to St Johns Eagle Flour Mills build $50,000 plant.. Hoxod apple crop of state to total 5305 carloads. Hood Kiver commercial club boost ing for a tourist hotel. Hurrisburg Wisconsin men will Install $50,000 hardwocd sawmill. Lumbermen's organiiation flndf Jobs for exservico mca. Plcher starts stroct and alley im provemeM program. Salem Hunt Bros. Cannery will doublo capacity. Portland Perfection Milling To., incorporates for $500,000. Portland to get . $60,000 ice and cold storage plant. Seaside votes $253,000 bonds for scenic boulevard. Burns Bid district irrigation scheme all signed up. Albany Red Crown mills double capacity of plant. Big sawmill company is being or ganized at Harrisburg. Eugene to get creamery of Mutual system. Hood River acquires site and will huild city hall. Roseburg 155 acres near city bought for goat milk dairy ranch. Marshfield 200 feet frontage on Broadway bought for large hotel. Salem Phei company buys' 240 acres bottom land for small fruit cul tures. Marshfield Port of Coos Bay to issue $250,000 more bonds for har bor improvement. Plans are made to extend the power line of the California-Oregon Power Co. east from Merril to Malin. Plants are being built in several parts of the state to manufacture! stock food from Hawaiian molasses, 25,000 tons to be imported. The Man Who Wins. The man who wins is an average man ; N'U built on any pociniir plan. Not blessed with an peculiar luck; just s:eady and oa.'noit and full f piurk. Vhu asked a question ho does not "gUPS8" l!t knows and answers "No" or "Yes"; When set a lusk that t .c can't do. He bud lea down till ho's put !t through. Three things lu le-.i.-i'e.l "lint tho mun w ho trloi Finds favor In htr enitilcv.er -i eye; I'liat It pays to kno'V more than "ne thing well; j.n it doesn't ot; all hn knows to tell. So he works and works, till one fine day There's a better oi with 'usher pay, And the men who shirked whenever they could Are bossed by the man whose woik mado good. For the man who wins is the man who work. Who neither troith'o nor 1 ibor slihks. Who uses his har.t'.s, his head, bin eyes; The man who wins is llu man. who tries. Chrrles It. Bartlett In Welfare News. Los Angeles is planning to spend nearly $5,000,000 to make her har bor one of the best on the Pacific coast. Then They tint the Cars. Two Missouri stockmen that for lack of cars to ship their hogs had been compelled to hold them ana feed them high priced corn, wlilltj watching the market decline, hit upon a novel scheme to get the thiei. cars they needed, and it worked. They instructed their commission men in Kansas City to buy or their account three calves and ship each car to itself to their station. The KMiim or. men whe had ruich less trouble fillod the order and in this way tho Rir.ckm i;oi their h" market. Voder ve :nicnl control tho people are learning something new about railroads every day. For certain results try a little Mist Want Ad. One cent per word. : . m; -'t '311'. ..JTfiJ .ass '3'.-:. sS'i'SsaES NOTICK OF FINAL HF.TTI.FMF.NT IN T11K COUNTY COl'ItT OF TIIK STATK OF OKEUON FOIt CO LUMBIA COUNTY. In the Mater of tho Estate of Charles Mattson, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that tho un dersigned administrator of said es tate has presented for settlement anil filed In this court, his final account of his administration of snld estate and presents his petition for distri bution. It is ordered by tho Court that Saturday, tho 17th day of Janu ary, 1920. at 11 o'clock a. in., and the Court house In the City of St. Helens, in Columbia County. Oregon, be and the same is hereby appointed ns the time rnd place for the settle ment of said account and hearing of said petition. All persons having ol jectlons should file the an inn in writ ing on or before said date. Hated December IS. 1919. First published, December 19, 1919. JOHN OBEItO, Administrator of tho Estate of Charles Mattson. Deceased. W. A. Harris, Attnmey for Adminis trator. 1-5-61 NOTICE OF MVW. ACCOUNT L;vl W. It ill Estate Notice Is hereby given that the niden.lged. administrator of He is t : Levi W. Hall, deceased, has Med I :ls 'I-.- I no omit 1 1 Co County Court of the Slate of Oi:on, for I o- lunula County mi at -.tir.hi.v. Janu-iy 17. 1920. at the hour ' ' o'llok In tiie fofttoon .f said day d tho court rem f :! i'rt been appointed ns the time and place tor the hearing or ..i.J utliitis thereto and tho sef.lemeiil '''liiiYed .-.ml first published. Decem ler 19. 1919. CEO. D. YOUNU. AdftinlHtriitor J W. Day, Attorney 1-5-6I SIMMONS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR THE COUNTY OF COLUMBIA. Grace May Wesroat, Plaintiff, vs. William Lcslio Wescont, Defendant. To William Lester Wescoat, abovo named defendant: In the Name of the State of Ore gon: You are hereby coiumr.nded to appear and answer tho complaint filed against you In the above entitled slut within six weeks from the date of the first publication of this sum mons; and If you fall to so appear end answer, the plaintiff will take a decree against you as prayed for in her complaint, to-wlt: Dissolving tho marriage contract now and hereto fore existing between pltr.intlff and yourself. Tills summons is served upon you by publication hereof In the St. Hel ens Mist once a week for six con secutive weeks pursuant to an order of tho Honorable Jas. A. Eakln, Judgo of the above entitled Court duly mnile and entered upon the 12th day of November, 1919. W. B. KAUFFMAN, GEO. ESTES, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Address: 302-9 Lumbermons Build ing, Portland, Oregon. First pub. November 14, 1919. Last pub. December 26, 1919. NOI'ICK OF FINAL SF.TTI.KMK VI IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOIt CO LUMBIA COUNTY. In the Matter of the Estate of An drew J. Rupert. Deceased. Notice Is hereby given that the un (lorslgned r.H executor of tilt will and testament mid estaie ! Andrew J Rupert. decK.el, nay filed his final account mid petition for distribution In the fount y Court of the Suite of Oregon for Columbia County, and that Sat urday, tho 10ih l::y of January. 1920, ut the hour of 11 o'clock li. the forenoon of said day, t'.nd the Court r.'iini t'f "aid Court in the County Court House rt St. Helens. Oregon, have been appointed by said Court :s the time r.i.d place for the l'o:-rinr of objections thereto nd tin settlement thereof, nil for I'm dls tribal l :i of s:ld estate. Dated r.nd first published, Decem ber 12. 1919. ANDREW KING, Executor of the Estate of Andrew J. Rupert, ileceaaed. Geo. II. Shlnn, Attorney. G2-4&t BP Waiting for Uur Feed Makes l,, ," INI. been it her sound heiihi.. HU tll Lest H treiimy m.iu l tn I'orseK. pmi,ry ' 4i fc, "lock nnli.n.iH e r. !. .. " Order our feed, ,,, ""Ut note tl, Iniprov,111! Frank Wilkins Store in K. of P. Bldg Warehouse, SlicMon Cot tho GtnulneS7jl and Avoid cSfiSTlKvSi Xllegf, in Evry Cako A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU, SUMMONS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIE STATE OF OREGON FOR COL UMBIA COUNTJ. Frrncls M. Bruster, I'L.lnliff, ! vs. Mildred J. Bruster, Defendant. To Mildred J. Bruster, Defendant; In the Name of tho State of Ore gon: You aro hereby required to np- jpear nnd answer the complaint fled against you In the abovo entitled court and suit on or before tho 2nd day of January. 1920 (that being ! the last day of the time prescribed In ; inn uiuer 01 cuuri ior llio puuuration I Str. IRALDA Kales hetwrcu Ht. Helens anil Portlunil, BO rents one way, 7 rents for Hie round trip. Tickets rimmI until used. iiont i uvea St. Helen 7;V, ft. in. Hetuinleg li-sves I'nitliiti.l tf.:lti p. m. Arrive st St lle!rn 4 4.1 p. m. r I. HOOCH KIRK "i uon i iieea to 1 ell You" says the Good Judfe un I av uiuujr men are going to the small cWof this good tobacco. You get real tobacco sat isfaction out of this small chew. The rich taste lasts and lasts. You don't need a fresh chew so often. Any man who uses the Real Tobacco Chew ...:n ...... ji.- win uu yuu iiiai. J rut Up In two Styles 11 lMI1 'ITT !.. . ..t.o4 . . l I Kltllll tUl IS U BHUI lVUl lOUilCCO VV-B CUT b a long fine-cut tobacco I 11 - - - T1yhZ2 Subscribe to The Mist Today NOTHING that we could say would so thoroughly convince you of the value of Chamberlain's Tablets as a personal trial. We can tell you of thousands who have been permanently cured of chronic constipation, indigestion, biliousness, sick headache and disorders of the stomach and liver, but this will have little weight with you as compared to a personal trial. That always convinces. &3 At (i i -t . If you are nursing a grouch and don't want to get rid of it don't come here. Our customers are a happy, contented, carefree lot be cause they turn all of their motor troubles over to us. We are equipped properly to handle any complaint you may have to make of your car. When you come to us you have the satisfaction of know ing that the work js done right. jef summons), and If you fall so to .appear and anw.-r, the plaintiff will j cause your default to be entered and apply to tiio court for tho relief de manded In said compl-ilnt, to-wlt: I For a decree dissolving tho bonds of matilmony hercto"orr and no-v exist ing between pluln'.lff and dofendnnt. and for such other and further relief as may be deemed proper in tho premises. This sunynons Is served upoi you pursuant to an order of tho Hon Mar In White. County Judno of the County of Colombia, State of OrcRon, which said order was made on the 20th day of November, 1919, which order prescribes that summons in h's suit shall b! made upon you by publication once a week for six con tecutlve weeks In tho St. Helens Mist, weekly newspaper of general circulation, published at St. Helens, In the County of Columbia, Slate of Oregon. The date of the first publication of this summons is the 21st day of November, 1819, and tie date of the last publication is the 2nd day of January, 1920. JOHN L. STOni.A, Attorney for Plaintiff. Chamberlain')! Tablets These tablets nro intended espec 'nlly for indigestion nnd const Iputlon. They tone up thos tomnch and enable It to perform Its functions naturally. They cct gently on tho liver and bowels, thereby restoring the stom ach ?.nd bovels to a healthy condi tion. When you feel dull, stupid and constipated f;ive them a trial. You are certain to bo pleased with their effect Farmers' Attention! $10,00 LUMBER We have about 75,000 feet of '2-inch Common Lum ber, random widths and lengths, on hand in our yard, and, as we need the space to make way for the new addition to our mill, are offering it at a flat frrice of $10.00 per thous and feet in order to move it quickly. Lay in a supply while it lasts. St. Helens Lumber Company " Km l!l ,h' NOTICE OF BUDGET MEETING Notice Is hereby given to the taxpaycra of the City of Ht. Helens Co lumbia County, Oregon, that a spe.clnl meeting of tho Common Coinw'l. t said City w,ll be held in the Council Chambers , said VUy 71 o IX P. M on the 29th day of December. 1919, for tho purpoaoof fixing io.yow?rgt,irudg:rles1,S:nn, ,o i,car ; : Salaries:- ,,LIM;KT 'R K.KltAI, l'UU'OHKH Recorder , Marshal , deputies 1.200.00 Attorney's and legal service's' Tin Treasurer's 440.00 100.00 Lights: Tlal 2,880.00 $ 2(80.00 Street Lights, City Hall and Recorders Office Maintalnance of Streets and Crossings 2,200.00 Insurance and Printing 2,400.00 Library Fund ," ' 300.00 Fire Department and Hose-V.nd ' ExnVnHe E00.O0 ' ' ' 2,000.00 Total estimate ........ " Interest on Honda .... $10,280.00 Sinking Fund ... 1,140.00 1,000.00 2,140.00 Total It Is estimated by the Finance Conimitteo nf'n.V i; , 12,420.00 sum should be raised to moot the running CpSS f i","" lmt 1,10 0,'ovo The budget has been prepared with ,,?. - 0 ' ,ly' Finance Commlttoo and tho CoS so Iclfs ula n 1,10 of the payers of Bt. Helens prior to tho z opUon of h . T""" of lh tx taxpayor. to be present at the special XSn?& bhR ?,SItViT Done by order of tho Council this 2nd day , ,,,,. ' Attest: MAONUS SAXON E. E, QUICK, necordor. Mayor. 6I-2-4t TW rlllrf h9 (h Vtt4 (( V9 tan on Utf4, ttf w . ijf. ml all fli ut lU wt4 IWf r nsunlry t rlif 1' r-mf - latWtl. ihm lfAc ut uf tutt mT tftJ, i lUl it 4a Mfl ifprnft.k) tW ruWtrt f Awi yum A fUya. ! Cmm mtut Ask Any Doughboy Who Was "Over There" anil lie will toll you that Anieruun railroads the htvst in the world. lie saw the foreign mads in Kngland awl France, the best in F.urooe nml in other Con tinental countries and he knows. The part railroads have nluyed in the develop ment of the United States is beyond measure. American railroads have achieved hih nnls of public service by fur-sighted anl courage ous investment of capital, und by the constat titriving of managers and men for rewards for win well done. We have the best ruilroads in the world - must continue to have the best. nut they must grow. To the $0,000,000,000 now invested in r railroads, there will have to be added in the wn few years, to keep pace with the nation's business, billions more for additional tracks, stations and terminals, cars and engines, electric power hou arid trains, automatic signals, safety devices, tM elimination of grade crossings - nnd for recon struction and engineering economics that will r"' ducc the cost of transportation. To attract to the railroads in the future tbeij vestment fund of many thrifty citizens, the direct' ing genius of the most capable builders und man agers, and the skill and loyalty of the best wort men in competition with other industries bid ding for capital, managers and men the railww industry must hold out fair rewards to capital, w managers and to the men. American railroads will continue to set worW standards and adequately serve the Nation s neeu if they continue to be built and operated on W American principle of rewards for work well done. ttiity advertisement h mhlishccl by fa odatimofSiluHii "Sxecati Than iuirinf information eenenning llie railroad titr ation may obtain litrratur by ttrititif to Tkt Aot tun of Itailway F.tteutim, tl ttroadteny, Ne I V