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I"' - -..i li.l rohcroiciittotis
P" ..fL niut K nolo tlio presence
r'fl m
Mivrrnl if fllC""- .
PV! mIli.. aixl Invite all who
' .r.l, in atlu.1.1 111
, wlwioui
wrvn. or Hi" church.
fl.ihllTt 'f nilliiiuj .
.mired Percent n.rlNll.Hiilty." In
aBdrfr..- n. n,..lr will assist IM.
,or In another wim Mormon. TIiobo
, Subject, "Kvery Need
I'n hightwt function In Wo for n
P""" . ..I,,.r,-h -Is tO BrV.
l,Z not services, lit the aim or
I ' Hu Jlntrili M
"me
The Friendly t'liurcli.'
U-MOITII CONtiltKtlATIONAL
i "Wide AftnUo Church.
llmiiiie eml Columbia Htreots
Hev. A. npenruw, ovi
I'liomi J i-J
Morning
. . i.,...t in -lift II m
lunuaj win"". -
Moraine Hour. u:uu a. in.
r.veniug
hrlitlsn Ktid':ivcr. 0:30 p in.
lonf Service. 7:.iu.
inrtal .11 unit.
rvonlnr Hour. uu.
The ( luireli mat nerves
Itil.'VKNTH IM V ADVKNTIHT
Went Ht. Helens
11 M Knighton, Klder
A. T. Laws, Deacon
JmjuUr inrtrlres held on 3-ilurday.
UbUlli School, 2:00 p. 111.
krrlc following el 3:00 p. m.
Lwkly Prayer Meeting, Wedues-
land In Sec 20 T. 0 N., It. 2 W , $1 00
March 4. Kmmu, K. Curlson ()
Pulor Ilornii. land In M,, it t it.
It. 1 W., 12260.00. Thomue li,,HMi
io WUIHB.Y luonu, lot c Uliinii Trai l
$10.00. Peter Dornn to Jennie (i,ir,:
iiiiiii, ihiiu hi nee. B r. 4 N It 1 w
110.00. ' "
March 6 Frank t. Kni.,i
iithn"n M , l,rown' lot "lock Il'tloble,
.v. . n. i-urxo io U. . I.UWM
lund In Hoc. 28, T. 6 N It 2 w '
fUUV.VV.
Mitnili 6-(liiHlHr UnKn to Krmik
VoHlrl, lund In Hoc. 13 T. 3 N It
2 W., $1.00. Jolm Anumll to Axci
Anundl, lund In H-c. 31, T in h
4 W $1 00. Victor W. TUhonor to
H. M. Kwriihoii. lotH 12 13 block I
Tlrlifnor'e 2nd Add., $1 00
Morcli W. II. HntWto (' I
Zlliimwll, land In Hon. 22 T 6 N
It. 6 W.. $10.00. M. K. Homtnur
etrom nt al to Columiii,. v
Co., lota 1, 2. 3, 7 hlcxk 4X, lotH 3,
. I. J I, 12 ft Wl'Ht to fwl lot 7
ft 8 block 61, t'olumlilu City, $10 00
Florence Hih.IIInk to ChaH. Hpliinur
Iota 20 ft 21 block 10 Itullroud Add '
$480.00.
March 9 A. J. WuKHlnff lo M I,
llrooka. lot 4 block 7 Hlnncl.iird H
Add. to Hullihir. f 1200 An ',.rr..n
V. KfT.HKy et ux to Duvl.l Krrli-a
land In Ho. 28, T. 6 N . It 6 w '
ti uuu.uu. j. joint 1'iiriicy to Diivld
C. Kcclna, lund In Kmc. 34, T. 6 N l
6W.. $1600.00. Columbia AKrlcul
lurul Co. lo Jolmtin TIIhtk, Truct
16 Mldlnnd DrulnoKe Dial., $1000 00
t'olumlilu Agricultural Co. to Arvld
llurula. Tract 18 Midland Drainage
KO DlHt.. $615 00. MiikkIo Mc
Ntday to W. C. Crowdnr. land In Hec
12, T. 6 N. It. 6 V., $19.00. I ()
llolmcn to A. L. Htockwnll, part of
lot 7 of TIcliKiior a Add. to Cluts
kanlo, $820.00.
IIIKK MKTIIODIST tiltlUII
llnulton
D M Illiil". Taator
Mibith School, 10 00 a. m.
trrachluc Hrl 11:00 a. ni.
Tirtir' Training ( laaa, 7.30.
u-lilng KTtlre, 8 00 I". M.
I d Week I'rayiT Mooting, TUura-
;30 p. tu.
UST OF TRANSFERS
nrtrtl by Columbia County Al
tr t t o.
Iirmrr 27-11 ('. lkinnlaon to
ph Corillnclcy and Si-th ttala-
Uod la 8cc 3 T. 4 N. It. 4 W .
DO.
bruiry ji Krncat Koblo lo
Anna Kulilo, lund lu Hec. 20,
N. It. 2 W . 11 00. John II.
' m l lu W. K. Htnvnna. lota
0 llkck 3 i;f-ni-K"lown, $10.00.
jrch 1 JdhiIi Itnixtcr to Wll-
1 Hwyer, Un.l lu sic. 20, T. 7
II 1 W I2U1MI 00. It. II. Mll
It to Andn-w AmlnrMin, land In
t. T. 7 N. It I W . 110 no An.
w Andirwm to It. II. MiiKrudnr.
In 8. 4. T. 7 N. It: 6 w.. ti
Nd Mllrh to V. W Man.W land
K 35, T. 4 N , It. 2 W., $13,-
It ti i K f
I). Hunt, . t iu land In Hc!
r I N, It. 1 v.. $14,147.62.
P II. Blrrrkd to J. II. Unmr.
In 8c. 32, T 4 N. It. 2 W..
'0 00. IjMlU Snir.,rl In ll.vl.l
fccN. Iruntw. t 4, mock 18,
pnl. $100 00
lirtll 1 VraA M .mi In P f. LM.
K lot 7 In liiock 6. Cla'iakanle,
Vii- ii)iuml)lu Aurlcultural Co.
m. Ijiiio, l .n.l in bc. 8, T
K. 4 W.. Iltur, (in m..i io
hi (formorlv
"l Milk I nt ii i i i.. u.--
l n- K. 4 V tin nn u...t i
Mo Inane a. liauinKarilner. land
P"C- 0 I . 7 N If A lit i i i a n nn
Maklnntpr to K, M. DnnlnU.
RECIPES
Houtlirrn I'rliM ipl.n.
Fry alx allc o( thlu bacon and ro
move to a hot platter. Hllce Mlr.
lurgu applna reject core, and (ry lu
the fut, allrrlng frequently. Add
Ihreo quartera of a cup of IIkIiI mo
laeaei and cook 10 minute longer
until a pretty brown. Hervo on u
platter garnlahed with bacon.
I'ol Itoaw
Reuaon a aolld piece of beef, either
the round or voln, with aalt and pep
per. Dredge with flour. Ilrown lu a
trying pan with a Htmill amount of
fut. Place lu kcttix, Rdii one cup
boiling water, cover clonly anil cook
lu alow oven until im-al la tendi-r. II
the wuter cook a away, add Juki
tncugh to ki-ep the meat from burn
ing. Kervo hot with brown gravy
of tomato auuee.
linking I'ouilir IUm-iiU
One quart flour, tlireo touHpooua
baking powder, one teaxpoon aalt.
Put there Ingrinllenta llirough u
aleva and half cup butter or butter
autiKtltute la llttlena butter or luru
can bo um'd If preferred-: Mia, then
add iweet milk and roll (Thla aame
reclpa can be uhimI for the cruHl of
meat pie and for iliortcuko, only uhc
b llttlo more baking powder and
maybe a little more butter-.
Potato NhIiiiI.
Hllcn cold boiled potutoea and for
n quart miikn the following dreading:
r Ive tableHpooufula of oil, two tablo-
Hpoonfula vlni'Kur, ouo-half teitHpoon
tall, otio-fourtli toaHpoon pepper, oni
inlf ainall onion, finely minced, one
greii pepper, cut fine. Mix all with
the potato nnd let atund. Hervo gur
nlHhed with hard tiolliul eKUM, hIIcihI
in rlnga and aprlnkled with clioppeil
puraley. Muyonnulse droHHlng may
bo added If diwlred.
tlllKMI of Siiiiccm.
Heat a pint, of milk and add foul
tahh-HpoMifula of miKur. Molxtvn a
(ubleMpoonful of cornxturch with n
little cold milk nnd stir Into It ana
cook until It IhlcketiH. ltemovo from
the alovo and ndd the while of two
egga beaten atlff, a few drops of ul-
moiid flavoring uud a little grated
nutmeg. Borvo ut once. The yolks
can bo uaed In tho pudding.
4"reinel CielfUli.
Pick up the codfish; freshen it
bv no ii rln ii uiion It boiling water, but
do not aoak It. When tho flail Is
freahened to tanto, placo It In a pan,
Kprlnklo It with Hour, cover it with
cold aweel milk and add a amiill
bit of butter. Cook, Htlrrlng con
atnntly. until aoft and thick. Then
aeuaon.
THE ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY.MARCH 12, 1920.
NATURALIZATION
OF SERVICE MEN
i,.A.ir"U.n"wl.'10 cul"P"lKn looking
to the nutura ziillnn ,.r .i,. .
b r h ? e'-M"rvlc" ff foreign
birth haa been Inuuguraled by the
$T, U,n.KU,n- Kr'"'lll r'01ler,
National Commander, having recent
ly Honi the following Inatructlona to
Htalo Departmenl Commander, who
In turn will trananilt them In aub
atanM to the elht thouHand Poal
... inn organization aeattered through
out the country.
"Above everything oho, tho Amer
ban Legion and American Legion
member atund for 100 per cent
AmerlcanlHtn. legion member are
men who have rought to defend
,M,r'''a.n l,l"",K- ,;P,,n re-entering
civilian life they are mot anxious to
nee iIikko Ideiila preaerved. To till
end, every effort ahould be made to
' that all Legion members enjoy
tho rights and privileges and appreci
ate tho duties of American cltlzen-
Hlllp.
"The luw provides thut any man
who served honorably In the Army,
Navy or Marino corps during the
war. who was not a citizen when he
entered tho service, may become
naturalized upon presentation of his
petition for naturalization, without
making tho preliminary declaration
of Intention, without proof of five
yours' resilience within the United
fitates and without paymont of the
Political Announcements
r'Olt COItONKi;
To tho Itepuhlican voters of Colum-
nm county:
1 resnectfullv annnnnpn m w .onii.
dacy for the office of Coroner and
trust that my cdmlnioniiion r ih
office In tho pas: merits your support
ir re-eieciion.
Kespectfully,
T H WHITE!
I'ald Advt.
I'DH DIHTItlCT ATTOItXKY
To the member of the Republican
i any 01 loiuuitua county, Ore
non: I hereby unnoiinrn mvantr
candiilute for nomination for the of
flco of District Attoruey for Col
umbia county, at the primary nomi
nating election to bo held In said
county on tho 21st day of May, 1920,
and respectfully ask your support.
ur.tjKliE A, UOKE.
Paid Advt.
Hilt HKPHKSKNTATIVK
To tho Republican Vetera of Colum
bia County:
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for re-election to the state
leglsluturo from the Twentieth Rep
resentative District.
My experience in the regular and
special sessions of the legislature
qualifies and onubloa mo, I believe, to
render better service, and to accom
plish good work for Columbia coun
ty and the state at largo.
I will appreciate your support at
tho coming primary election.
KD1SON I. IIALLAGH.
Paid Advt.
To tho Republican Voters of Colutn
bin County:
I wish to announce myself a candi
date for Representative from Colum
bia county to tho state legislature
and respectfully solicit your Bupport
at the coming primary election.
A. II. TARRELL.
Paid Advt.
Hilt AKSKKKOlt
To the Republican Voter of Colum
bia County:
I hereby announce myself a can
diilute for the office of Assessor and
respoctlully solicit your support at
the coming primary election. Re
spectfully submitted,
C. W. ULAKESLEY".
Paid Advt.
l-'Olt Nil Kill KF
To tho Republican Voters of Colum
bia County:
1 respectfully announce myself a
..n.ii.lniA for the renubllrun nomina
tion for tho office of sheriff, and re
ipectfully solicit your support. This
'a ii. i first time 1 hnve Bought public
offlco during my 28 yoors residence
In tho county.
i r,t i hat I n m fully cnnuble of
ml Ml 111 utorlnir the affairs of the of
fice, and If nominated and elected I
will conduct tho orrice rainy, impar
tially und as economically a possible.
Kospemuiiy,
J. 11. WELLINGTON.
Paid Advt.
THE UNI.VERSAL CKU
INSIST
on GENUINE FORD PARTS
Imitation "Kord'parta are being old by many mail
order houHrs. down-town atores ami garages lo unsus
"cllng Kurd owner as "Kord" pnrta. Hut they are not
OhiuIuo Pord parts modo by tho Kord Motor Compan
Thy aro ninda bv concorna who huve no cenucc lo t
lialiioever with tho Kord Motor Company. Those imi
"Hon parts aro not even made from the-same Rrad-j
M atool. orx under the aame formulae used hy the fora
company. They are counterfeit parts. Testa mv
'own them to break when the genuine Kord parts dhl" l
en bend, nnd they aro from thirty-five to one hundred
ler cent lower In quality. ,
ine Authorized Kord Dealers are your protection. A3
;lrt'. wo hnndlo nothing but tho denulne Kord port.
ihy are tuado from the famous Ford Vanadium bteei
" each put t-according to Ita uso la heat-treated
"l9 tiy that win give It tho longest woorlng l,'0B;
"ry part la the sumo as Ita original In your rord car
' 'oni truck.
.nal'J."h 01 Part complete. And our Ford giirniw
Pord mecl.anlca are at your aervlce at nil times.
Pve I,, when replucementa or repairs for your rord
r ay ,e necessary. Save your Kord car and also
'0f nioney.
Fieldhouse Motor Company
I'OP. (X)MMlSSlOXKIt
t i...riv nnnniitiea mvself a can
didate for the office of County Com
missioner on the Ropuhlicaii I iket.
subject to the primary eiucuou. i
1 ,! l,mtirt It .1.1 !U my
111 llllllliiui ; .,
endeavor to give a fair administration
of tho offlco and give every part of
the county a square deal.
I. B. UU.YIUAUKIIV.
Clutskanle, Oregon.
Paid Advt.
Poll Sl UVKVOH
To tho Republican Volors of Colum
bin County: ..
1 respectfully announco my candl
. :.. .. ' ... ,in,iiinn for the office
of County Surveyor and ask your
support at the comiug yumm
tlOtl. AnonArr
Ii. J. VAN uivoowi"-
Paid Advt.
c-r t in CMS ROUT
Vl. WIIUil9loui
Ht ftOPLESBOAT
STR. AMEKMJA
Leaves Portland dally - -; v
(Sundoy 1:30 p. m.)
Arrives St. Helens - - ;00 P. m.
(Sunday 3:30 p. m.)
Loaves St. Helens - - - : J6
Arrives Portland 10-" m'
H. HOLMAN, Agent
Makes all way landings. Wharf foot
Alder streot. Tbones: Main 8323,
A-4104.
FnANK WILKIN8, St Ilolens Agent.
cuKtomary fees."
Under the provisions of this law,
many men were nMini-aiiro.! wi.ii.. -n
the training camps, and have already
x.-ivi:a inetr citizenship papers
However, there am mm nmnv Dni
bio to immediate citizenship who
havo not as yet received their pa
pers, and a snenlul nffnrt ImnM .o
made to reach these men and see
mat mey take advantage of their
opportunity. This work Is a service
not only to the man hlmuoir ki i.
also a service, In the Interests of 100
ye uoiii Americanism.
Handy Business
Directory
AUTO FOR HIRE
11. H. liUNTINO Cm refill Hrlvlnv
reasonable rates. Cloan n.w min
Stand phone 110.
AUTOMOBILE TIRES
AUTO TIRE SERVICE! VhIk..
Izlng, repairing. Prices reasonable.
Work guaranteed. Cnnelnt tmn
Co., Bt. Helens.
ST. HELENS T1HE SHOP Vnl.
canlzlng and accessories. Used tires
oougni ana sold. All work guaran
teed. C. Conley nnd C. II. Sechler,
i mps. Htrand St., Ht. Helens, Ore.
BARBERS
LYNCH t MIIHR. PI rat Ctnu R...
bor Work. On tho Strand. St. Hel
ens, Oregon.
RENNETT'R tUPRFll ouod t
now location. On the Strand V.-r.
ery thing modern. First Class Ser-vlco.
BLACKSMITH"
J. L. CHITTEM Ernorl hnru.
Ehoeinc bLackninlth w
rlage, auto repairs.
BEE SUPPLIES
UEE SUPPLIES FOR SALE W-
expect to opeh our store again at
ucuuon, Oregon, ( Vi mile south of
Goble, on paved highway) about
March 31. Wn anil ntnmlnrri tun
hives, western pine goods. 1 blve,
pciniea ana wtrea, lu-rrame, with
foundation starters fixed, $2.85. We
have section and ahnllnw frnma Btt.
pors and foundation. "Pastor" Car-
ruigion.
CONTRACTORS
GRIFFIS & HAYES. Building
Contractors. Plans and Estimates
Furnished.
HOTELS
ORCAUIA HOTEL. Thos. IsbiB
ler, Prop. Courteous Treatment.
First Class Accomodations and Meals.
PAINTERS
E. L. MUCKLE. Painting sign
paintlug, paper hanging and decor
ating.. Phone 70.
RESTAURANTS
ST. HELENS RESTAURANT.
Good meals at all hours. On the
Strand.
QUICK LUNCH PARLOR. Thos.
II. May, Proprietor. Chili beans,
coffee and sandwiches. Home made
soup at any hour of the day. Next
to Minor's Dairy Depot.
REAL ESTATE
PRnFFQQMNAI PADnC
W. A. HARRIS & G. A. CORE
. i Attorneys.
Harris Building. St. Helens, Ore.
E. A. ROSS
Funeral Director Kmbaloier
Buatness Phone 23 Res. Phone 96-R
Masonic Bldg., St. Helens, Ore.
DR. C. E. WADE
Physician and Surgeon
Phona 89
Muckle Bldg. St. Heloas, Ore.
S. B. HOSKIN
Dentist
Office In Bank Building
St. Helens Oregon
DR. L. GILBERT ROSS
Physician and Surgeon
Office In Bank Bldg. St. Helens
DR. ALFRED T. PEEL
Physician and Surgeon
Bank Building
St. Helens - Oregon
JOHN L. FOOTE
Attorney At Law,
St. Helens, ... Oregon
ERWIN J. ROWE
Attorney at Law
Rainier - - Oregon.
(With E. H. Joseph Real Estate Co.)
DR. S. H. RUSSELL
Chiropractor
MRS. RUSSELL, Ladiea' Masseuse
Moorfleld Cabinet Steam Batbs
Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Phone 126-1 St. Helens, Oregon
GLEN R. METSKER
Attorney
Office In Bank Building
Phone 17 St. Helena, Ore.
T. S. WHITE
Undertaker and Funeral Director
County Coroner
Phone 64 Residence phone 113-2
St. Helens, Oregon
J. B. GODFREY
Farms Houses
City Lots $50, $00, $75 and up
Home Trades Come In and see me
Office with Columbia County Ab
stract Company
JOHN L. STORLA
Attorney at Law
Hewitt Building Telephone 7 6-J
St. Helons. Oregon.
GEO. H. SHINN
Attorney at Law
St. Helens, Oregon
J. W. DAY
Attorney at Law
Bank Bldg. St. Hcl-ns, Or.
CHARLES SOUTH
VIOLINIST
Has resumed teaching in St. Helons
and can be found Thursdays at the
Lldyard residence.
I LODGES
No 117, I. O. O. F.
St. Helens Lodge
meets In the I O.
n. P hnttriln nn
the second and fourth Rat
each month, visiting members are al
ways given a hearty welcome.
C. W. BLAKESLEY, Secretary.
W. A. LEVI, N. O.
Avon Ledge No. 62 Knights of
Pythias meets every Tuesday even
ing in Castle Hall, St. Helens. Vis
iting Knights always welcome.
E. ADIN ROSS, C. C.
EDISON I. BALLAOH, K. of R. and
S.. and K. of F.
A St. Helons Lodge No. 12,
XX A. F to A. M. meets 1st
and 3rd Thursday In each
month. Visiting brothers cordially
H. J. SOUTHARD, W. M.
E. E. QUICK, Secretary.
The Loyal Order ot Moose, Bt. Hel
ens Lodge No. 1238. Meets the first
and third Tuesdays ot each month.
All visitors cordially invited.
K. E. BJORKMAN. Dictator.
J. D. M'DONALD, Secretary.
Mizpah Chapter O. E. S. meets In
Masonic Hall the second and fourth
Saturdays of each month.
Mrs. ELIZABETH ISBI3TER, W.M.
EFFIE BROWN, Secretary.
St. rfelens Rebekah Lodge, No.
217, meets second and fourth Thurs
day ot each month In I. O. O. F. hall.
Visiting members always welcome.
ELLA SMITH, N. O.
OPAL SMITH, Secretary.
St. Helens Camp No. 10,899, Mod
ern Woodman of America, meets the
first Wednesday of each month In
the I. O. O. F. half.
H. A. COLT, V. C.
H. E. LA BARE, Clerk.
Try a Mi it Want Ad.
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cored
by local applications as they cannot raach
the diseased portion of the ear. There la
only on way to cure Catarrhal Deafness,
and that is by a constitutional remedy.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE acta
through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces
et the System. Catarrhal Deafneaa la
caused by an Inflamed condition of the
mucous lining' of the Eustachian Tube.
When this tube la Inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and
when It Is entirely closed. Deafness Is the
result. Unless the Inflammation can be re
duced and thla tube restored to tta nor
mal condition, hearing may be destroyed
forever. Many cases of Deafness are
caused by Catarrh, which Is an Inflamed
condition of the Mucous Surfaces.
ONS HUNDRED DOLLARS (or any
ease of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot
be cured by - HALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE). k
All Drugglsta He Circulars free.
F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo, Ohio.
C. W. ROBISON
Attorney-at-Law
Suite 305 Speiarth Bldg
Phone 497 Astoria, Oregon
Mist Want Ait for Results.
J. T.SCOTT
Photographer
ST. HELENS. OREGON
W. T. HINSON. Real Estate and
Insurance. Farm and City Prop
erty. St. Helens, Oregon.
SHOE SHOP
C. C. CARSON Tho Shoe Doctor.
Shoe Making, repairing. Welling
ton Bldg.. St. Helens.
SEPARATORS
H. A. Colt soils U. S. Cream Sepa
rators, also ropalrs and oil. St.
Helens, Oregon
TRANSFER COMPANIES
WILLIAM DAVIES. Draying and
Transfer. Livery. Phone 16.
WOOD DEALERS
wnnn dealer. For dry 16 in.
cord wood phone Wm. Davles. Phone
15 St. Helens.
ST. HELENS-PORTIAND AUTO LINE
vllANJt BUM'anu, irop.
SCHEDULE
A.M. P.M.
l,v. St. Helons 7: SO 1:J0
Warren 7:45 Hit
Scannnoan 8:00 2:00
Ar. Portland 9:20 8:20
I.v. Portland 10:00 4:00
Ar. St Helen 11:60 6:60
Saturdays and Bunduys
Special trip leaving St. Helens 6 p. m
Leave Portland 11 p m.
Str. IRALDA
Rates between BL Helens nnd
Portland, 50 cents one way, 75
cents for the round trip.
Ticket good until used.
Boat leaves St. Helens 7:55 a. m.
Returning leaves Portland 2:30 p. W.
Arrive at St Helens 4 45 p. m.
0 LHOOGHKIRK
SAVlVfjl
w
Don't Throw
Money Away
on useless things or for so
called pleasures. Touth flies
fast and earning powers dimin
ish or actually cease In old age.
Protect yourself now by saving
while your earning powers are
i;ocd. Dollars saved now will
provo a blessing and comfort
when you grow old or disabled.
Hnve a savings book on this
bunk and use it regularly.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Member Federal Reserve System
CHAS. GRAHAM, President. H. A. CHILDS, Cashier.
TALK WITH HINSON
I Have Sold
Almost every piece of property that has been listed with
me in the past two years. I now have enquiries for
homes, farms, and other property.
Do You Want to Sell
Your house, lot, business property, farm land? I would
be pleased to have you list them with me.
If you want to buy a home, Ihave them from $300 up.
Easy terras.
W. T. HINSON
Real Estate Insurance.
Next door to Bennett's Barber Shop.
St. Helens, Oregon.

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