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ST- HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1920.
CHURCH NOTICES MliTIHlIST W"IHX)IMli u, 1 1 nit-1 Mid Houlton Albert 8. HUey. l'tt,lor RiimUy Hrl.ool. 10:00 . III. Service... 7:0 p. m. 7 SU D. IU. Vidulum. oml.l.ied service, iw w T1" ... ... ..ti. kimvo Who Kan av " Jl Hie "ihhk. i ..r tn. win " i ' r. Siwvur. wno " rt Willi n'u " "" " i .iii luu cannui Biiuru iu ... ii.u utltlrcna which will Do '4 ....uih.n lo you. Null) III'" l"n '"i"""""' ""- ' , i.... i, ,.,.n ln.lil hi lluultun hull a.l.,.iiiriiil IU I II II lliuiiiiiiK num. The rhurrli servlre will lo held ut O'CllH'k, lOHOWeu UJ mo duh,i7 , 1 You may seem tor u lima lo pros- nthotlt III" i'liurt:ii, fii uw , u-Ml I, ll limir uium-u. ii iuu i, i.,ii i in cnurcn 10 urus- - i ., ..ii in, ni ! siirvicea. ilia rrininii ".iiu,.,, r.vriioi i' iiriM H Holy Mi" " " nunuuy. . .. .... ll.n irflillllll flf thn iIhv i . .. a 7.111 l,iMli,nll,.ii rill Bi-i - - . L..-U.li..( lull tl n it- - Tui'iwl- V. Cutorirsm ni :io ioi , ,,,.iii in if nr miv Hriiiiia. Krliliy, Ki.d.illl) meeting, followed . ...... . r n.ri niiiia Non-lallioH" are very welromtt. jt;. r. ciuncy. Hector. luimuiiiiien; k. k, Uulck ( liv order. uor. Poller, city Marshal; J. W. Day, City Attorney. jalI1, absent. IiikI regular ' ftur cor- PAGE SEVEN O'Conner, Councilman Hi" Minutes of the iiiawuiK wuru rend mid roctlous upproved. Uepirts: Couiicllnmn Two good froHli gride Jersey helf rs for aula, with or without calves. V.'...."ule' "oulton, Ore. Phono 10HP23. brought up tho quaalfam of du npago ' irX i.l WHI of city garbage. .,:,, ,!,. "hoTl cny." nT;!! been ... ffarril a olace for dUlllp11K() 1 0" ox 286 HI II from Uiulo Hohuhto. ioi.iprll,,K - Mean nomination "" in Hie LglHlutlve Aaamoly from unr loiirii.V .,., Z 7. "UHiiuaiiuB cnuiua 10 ue ueiu may Wlii.nl,.. .ji7. --"iuuii'3 in urai ciuhh zi, 1S20. Wlmolur condition. Will no II on tnrm it ..i t .. " IIUlHtHBlCll BI1U ClCUlilU, A Will u ioi or larm prop-1 uuurantee to the poonle of Columbia I reupeutfully announce that ' FOIt DIMTltie-T attviiivi-v iiliull be a candidate for the Kepub- To the membera of the Republican aa uepraaeniauvei rarty or Columbia County, Ore- dacy for re-nominatlon for the offlca of County Surveyor and ask your support at the coming primary election. cloven olla. for the sum of ono Hiouh. nuu iioimra, mat ne and Coundlin.ui ii'onll.iUDd on I'ukc ten) FOR SALE Kor Stiliy- One milch row, 6 yimri old: Rlvra from 6 to 0 xulloiiit of milk. N. P. llnkiT. Ik ullon. 20if r or 8ft In 1 9 I H inodnl B paHm-n-or llr mo. $2r.O will h'i;i.1l. Iml nro uuHy turiiiH. Krl Kolid. 20-lt rile Pred Kelel, eiona, Orogon. 14 if tor Bale 12 fine Colawold Rheep and five lamba. Enquire of E. 1( Iroharna, Vernaiila, Oregon Htf Cany HiialiidHH. We start you at home, or anywhere, everything iilnhed; 130 weekly up; men, wo nmn; experience unncceitHary. Kpjclulty Candym:iklnic Company, 0 tiouth 1 K I tl Klri.nl i,ll,.,ll,.l,i.. ... - i imuiiii m I'mui. 14-8" Cull RhliiKliia Kor Sale Uubp Hrua., Kalnler, Oregon. lg-B- Por Sulo 1 boar pig over 2 yeara old; one brood bow and and one JniHiiy bull 13 months old. Dave Vincent, Houlton, Oregon. 13-tf Por Sale Timothy hay and dry cord wood. C. J. Larsen, Phone 101 PI 5, Warren, Oregon. 10-tf l or Hule Hut I In k hrns. (hint DamlH, Winter Ht., Ht. lll'ns. 20-4t Por Hli Youiig plga. (; rrrry, noulton. , jo Por 8i'leUite mo Maxwell; hits been run 400 miles; belter than new; tnrtory guarantee. Can be seen at Plynn's Unrigs. Houlton, or write lox 601, Ht. Helens, Ore. Liberal trms. 16-4 a "W i n A wane t nurcii. , u',li,Mlrtf inrf fnliitfihl Streets. Bev A. U. Hpesrow, ruslor. I'linua .13 J. Morn'm: o...4Hw aiu.,.1 in on in. U..I.I I'TIm IlliV Xlltlllllll. Urnln liOIII II UO . ni. i. ITI...I .. 3 lf..u. Kbvetilng chp i an Knnervnr i uu d. m Sub).. "How t- 8how Sympathy." Krenlnc Hour, K.OO p. IU. At i DO o'clock will ba given the . . .T-l. Ill n II .. I I dotn inini inn iieguinings oi i , ou mniTiri e.hii nuiri a . aa miaiu iticte o ciures auu nour mis aa- .. . i r or Por Hole Spring Rend Wheat and 'd outs, and llnricd Hork eggs at l.SO per setting. Alno nmntl pig. 'Vm.'Skuila, Phone 106P13. Wsrrnn. Oregon. lC-tf Por Bale The wood on five ncrns of land, close lo railroad track and Ht. Helens. ('. W. Mtinteu, Houlton, f)reson. n-tf Por Bala Two desirable residence 'o's on Nob 11.11. Inquire Mrs. 8. C Morton. 1J-U 7 room house and 4 lots, hard Hr. slmd downstairs. $1400. $500 down balance 6 per cent. J. 11. Godfrey. 8t. Helens, j.h Poni Bule Horse, eight years old, weight 1475 pounds, sound and true. Oyoi Grant, Scuppuoae. Ore. 17-lt Por Bale Pnush Cnernnnv lym J. C. Laube, Doer Island. Oreicor.. 17-4 t Por Bale 40 acrea 1 V4 miles N. W. of Warren on good road; 25 acres In cultivation, balance pasture land. All well tiled running water. Ternn to suit; purchaser. Inquire of I. H. Lund, Warren, Ore. 17-4t WANTED Wiinled Mlst office. county the same f;iil and faithful poblie service in tho legislature that i huvo performed In the office of District Attorney. My attention to the duties and re quirements of the office' will prove my appreciation of your support. i'ultlif ully yours, I'uld Advt. GLEN It. METSKEll. I'Olt HIIKKIPK To the Republican Voters of Colum bia County: I respectfully announce myself a candidate for the republican nomina tion for tho office of sheriff, and re npectfully solicit your support. This 's the first time I have sought public office during my 28 years residence in the county. I feel that I am fully capable of ndinlnlHtering the affairs of the of fice, and if nominated and elected I will conduct the office fairly, impar tially and as economically as possible. If nominnted and elected my dep uty will be an ex-service man of Col umbia county. I'r.ld advt. J. H. WELLINGTON. Paid Advt. L. J. VAN ORSHOVEN. gon: I hereby announce myself as a candidate for nomination for the of fice of District Attorney for Col umbia county, at the primary nomi nating election to be held In said 1 'OK ASSESSOR .:ounty on the 21st day of May, 1920, ?;T tne Republican Voters of Colum- .iuu leapei-iiuiiy hhk your support, itbla County tl vexlif I7i A raijt. H . . Paid Advt. GEORGE A. GORE. FOR HCRVKVOit To the Republican Voters of Colum bin County: I respectfully announce my candl-I Pald Advt. J I hereby announce myself a can didate for the office of Assessor and 'respectfully solicit your support at (the coming primary election. Re spectfully submitted. C. W. BLAKESLET. To tho Electors of the County of. Columbia: I am a duly registered member of the Republican Party. If I am nominated for the office of! Sheriff, at the Primary Election to1 be held on May 21, I will r.ccept the nomination and net withdraw, and if I am elected I will qualify as such officer. If I am not nominated I will not accept the nomination or endorse ment of any party other than the one ln which I am registered. I hereby respectfully solicit your support. H. E. LaDARE. Wuntcd- kl t Y.'I1.- -Clean cotton rags at t. To the Republican 'Electors of Col- ZOtl umbia County: i imrefoy announce myself a candt- -a.mi iiuiiu nuiKJii irun ; aate for the office of Clerk, and ask Elec- Jnrs; quarts and pints, with or wlth-yqur support at the Primary I out tops, for our honey trade, it Ion, May 21st, 1920. i-onior v urr.ngicn, oi. Helens, ure. i Paid Advt. J. W. HUNT. llox 302. 17-tf ' I'iif Ri,tat4urr,i,l.lun,l I OIQ mla. Klmr. as good as new with the same!, harden plowing, rake and liarrow Kilurnnteo Unit goes with a new car. i'"K , ,J K. Barton, Phone 109P1E, Deer IhI.iuI ailr... tieer l.ii.n.i nr.. or address Box 344 St. Helens. 19-4 19(f KOR COMMISSIONER To the Republican Voters of Col umbia County: I respectfully announce myself a mi ami until -our menus to "Ths Church I hat Serves." - candidate for County Commissioner Wlllllnal tTvaarV l.i.mn. n I'.!,,... ' -a, . . i . . . - immni m i.uiuui-i oi toiurania county ana as it your Sal-t-horsa stump puller. J !l0B at the comln ele- $100. '-Mr ' ' ' ""0 ( I.KUK H NOTIO; hiTD money nn hand lo pay ,M.I. a. a. .1 l..a.laa.lln lla.la 4 iiKiita iv nun iiii.ihiiiiih v ii, ,, ii inirfii Hiiii.B Anr au. iiiu MKS. P. A. UEOItGE. Clerk School Dlst. No. S romplnte with cable Dowd, Yankton, Oregon. Plume . 1IHK2. 19-22-41 MISCELLANEOUS .,l".,,.b."?....,,la.nUD. 1-o.t mack leather purse, with .... - "- ' , about $1.80 cash " t";i.'nd other urllcles: Notify Mrs. M Por Hale One good work horss, one fine Jersey row, 1 heifer, 1 slu- I nrniss, t one-uorso wagon, i siu I "le lop buggy, I new plow (12 In.) i llnrtha Skuxle. Phono 108F25 19-21 t. Helrni, Ure , April 12. 1920. '.it City Council met tn tha abovi Is Is the City Hall Ht. Helena, roti, In regular session; present: noi Sticn, Mu.Mir; Itotiert UU- Cooicllinnn, J nines O'Conner. kadlmin; V. L. Wheeler. Coun- pm; N. 0. Iirjiieo, Councilman; VinKit. iteconler: George Pot- City Marshal; J. W. Day. City flit minutes of tha last mealing tftit und alter corrections ap pear! bronstplti Thciss, PtaStcffico llox 241. St. Ilel ens. 20-1 Por Snlc 1 thoroughbred Hol Utein bull calf; 1 span 4-year-old IUa.l..l..M l.n-aa,.aa uaallall.t 1 1 II II muoll rponi. Tim marshal reported , i nun nnim.l. Itnrl.nnk aeeil notatoes. hi hud secured three foul Ions r Via ,(nraia.li itairii Wnrrt.it ()m. tin proponed ne float, but could! I8-20-.1i!,. lit thetn Cut Irnm ff Ii aft linnm for f dy. Councllmuii Wlieolor' k'or -le Seed uotatoen. which al- EW that ha and Coutic'lmitn O'-iso could ba used for labia us-t. tit tr hd Intervli wed the lounty reunoniihle prices. Phono 108P13. rt of Cilumbla countv. Oreiti.n ' U'tlllinii KVuiln. Warren. Ore. 1 81 C ilv) to tin- p4V ng of a portlou ol '. mirni street iin,i onfc :re"t to Tor Hule The Methodist cnurcn Met with the paving on Wlllnm-! I u ldlng at Warren at a very cheap nrw, the rourt nrd tc tk3 nrlce. Would cost $1500 to build Bitter und'-r ndvlsnmont. ! 'irlv n"v offer consiilerod. Morris llie mutter of cactip!ng steam Dros., Warrou, Ore., Phone 101K4 heat In e bieit in u m.,,.li i i -hi si Nil. Sind Morifua liiill.llniT i lil I - I'M was brought up by Morgus For 8:-.ln 1 gray horse. 1400 ll.a ; l! that tin al!ey-wny between I Un Scoihuid seed oats. Inuulrt Cows Por Bal rows for snle. J. Warren, Oregon. 11 grade milk Erlckson, Sr. 19-4t Por Bale liny horsa will work doublo or single, good roadster, sound and Irun. 8. Wellborn, Warren, Ore. 18-20-3t Estrayed Came to my place three months ago, one old buckskin mare. Owner requested to pay charges and tiike the nnlmal away. Otherwise sums will bo sold to cover costs of pnsturago and advertising. On log ging road, near Little mill. Sum Chrlstopoulus. 2 0-3t Strayed Prom my ranch on An rll 14th, 1 Shepher dog, white with Muck spots, license No. 65; 1 bird dog, white femalo, with lemon spots, license No. 191. Notify Jake Ham mer, Deer Island. Reward. 19tt I feel that my experience as a road builder and road supervisor in this county during my 33 years of residence ln the county, qualifies mi for the position and that I could ac ceptably serve tha people of the county. Pd advt. T. J. FLIPPIN. I hereby announce myself a can diduta for the office of County Com m aslone.' on the Republican I tket. subject to the primary election. If nemtnate l and elected, it .M ' e my endcavor to give a fair administration of the office and give every part of he county a square deal. Paid advt. I. S. DL'MGARDNER Political Announcements Por Sin-riff. I respectfully announce that I am a cundldute for the democratic nomi nal Ion for the office of sheriff of Columbia county and will appreciato the support of the voters of the county- at the cmolng primary elec tion. H. H. HUNTING. I'uld Advertisement. POP. SUPERINTENDENT To the Republican Voters of Colum bia County: I respectfully announce myself aj a candidate for re-election to the of fice of County School Superintendent for a second term. I advocate the bast educations' facilities with equal opportunities to nil children as nearly as possible, and promise an efficient, economical, and strictly business administration. My best services will be at the dls-l posul of tho public with a square deal (6 the tax payers. Primaries May 21. 1920. Paid advt. J. W. ALLEN. 18-22-6 10 natn-'d build nu. MAPI, l.alltl ! f n,, r-mt tt1lltl I 'ill II 111 lll& CttV. talon, j .a.... vi - - - - ---- '""' ucstroyrc. lie. was Ul m to take tho matter up with tha 11 nutter Of the ilnnnnia nr r In llloik in ii, . ... 1 r w- a - ri? . ,l10 C0l"cll. nd It ap l that at a prov.ous moetlni; J council, that a motion was and carried timt ....... a Xttll)llSlin,l rninnri. .. , I... m i bu:idiK UL.Uesley build ng. i" ,fv ware, located. It was "n that Mm ...... i - i- lo make prof lo of tha sew- ''following application! for r"" perm is weiu ra id .m.l n..e. 0rard Issued: T. J. M.leWle 1-X)K REPRKSKXTATIVE To the Republican Voters of Colum bia County: , I respectfully announce myself n candidate for re-election to the state legislature from the Twentieth Rep resentative District. My experience in tho regular and Bpeclnl sessions of the legislature To the Republican Voters of Col umbia County: I respectfully announce that I shall he a candidate for the Republican nomination as County Superlnten- ,l.nl t r'nlnml.lti f'nnntv lit tllH 1'ri mary Nomlnatlug Election to be neld qualifies and euables me, I believe, to Por 8ule Launcl., 21 ft. 8 In. In ! May 21, 1920. taer bettor servtce. ana to accom- length 4 ft In beam, equipped! I helteve In less potltlcs and better 1 pllsh good work for Columbia coun wUh 10 h p. Vim englni. In tlrtl schools. , ty and the state at largo. ;i... emi.iition Sea or write T. A Respectfullv vott. I will appreciate your support at fflMSS Condition. Sea or wrilO ',, L tt , . , r.ITir nrlmnrv sloetlnn v.. I ai tin em. nra l -lt ra:u auvi. iiL.i.it, m. .... .... r- Paid advt. EDISON I. BALLAGH. 'ter and reimir ll,. 1.. l. I..., a a,.. - r4on lot 12, i)U..k ,. a I w erect o r mui.i,j lu 1,0 aiiaciieu C r ' prom loc-'-cd ou lot V th matter of ih ,i . . , " "Vue7 w'pr-1 i o.,mJi nuyu.r' nn'1 d'Hcuasea r ana curr ,i n.... . W1 at the north end of W.n- lh mnitj.. r .1.. . ... . . Nm.Mh. '".I lXnn under 'P and iii.,. ; ,l"i 1 Z rdl' ?8.'0'1- n" motion fined Tin , tl,at t' I111 he I " " Ak n in it fin t, sstiio n,e mutior bulwee ' funli.. . . P mid. a.:."01 npPar;i-ou "ioHrntd. 11,0 weel- Por Sale 10 pigs. W. E ton, St. Holetis. Oregon: FOP. COROXKlt I. lllr. i 1-4ITo tha Republican voters of Coluui-iTo the Republican Voters of Colum "l ,.i. bla County: ..... n.,. i.n.nnit.-nirr I rosnectfullr announce my candi-, I wish to announce myself a candt- ror nai" '"" - - - .,,. . .-., ,i ,iin fnr Renresnntnttva from Colum t OU" 1 UUCT IOI HI VI 1 1 L U vai v u ..... . ' ..... ..w.w . .... ... t. .. II I, r.'Rlsiercd imisto n ' 1 . " . "J ". n,v ml, ...nut is Hon of the bla county to the state legtslatur. gervmu Hiniius. i..BmV -"-7 ." .Vur .nnnnrt I and resnectfullv solicit your SUDDOrt nla.nlv mnrked. Jo III Josepn- unit i" " i" ...".--- - ; - ttao nnd Hengervold Htrulns; t uneliAll .Ifltltl Jl W. en ' Oron. Twin .11,1 1 tor rejection l'.trm. 20-41 j Paid advt. T. S. WHITE I nt tho coming primary election. Paid advt. A. H. TARBELL. Por Salo Lot 68 x i" va Winter street, three blocks fj"'" school, got d gnrdon soil. Lot Is froo trrtu encumbr.nces. No ronsonatfu offer refused, or whnt have yen 10 x.hnnse for It? Or will sell five room hous r.nd two lots very cheap. II. C. Karth, Yankton, Oregon. 20-lt Por Salo 0 x 10 Omonday don Vev ong'na nnd cable. P. M. Mllo. 509 McCabo Uldg., Portland. 0-4t first d ween It; G' E. Olltnir J, H,le"i Orcgoi,. Aorll 19th. council K Baton xi 808,,lo': present: P 1 .... Mayor: Unt, rv wnwur, N. 67 Larabio, FOP. SALE Twenty milk cows, Ilolsieliik nnd Jews; 12 fresh and o'hoHi w 11 freshen soon; iirtintn holfers. hulf of them two-yeur olds nnd half ono year old.. Ono HolBteln rng-a-ered hull 1 R months old. I'AShiHO linns , on Liberty Hill, end half northwest Helens. mile of St. lira nKft nlunvll clad to aliow yo.l he Fordson Tractor 1,"r"i i It to you. It one oi mo ! Uton. to your farming aPt .. ...... ixv it enn be UBOd iu do your plowing, tin your ..lo j your wood ana. in " where power Is needotl on the farm FttJldhuia Motor Co. . i uA Knftai rut nr rnirir rirn Oof l wholesome toon. tirrmB ..- - ...K.K S1 virtually x.. yyta'cTM the ust-tha pure food ns a neni-n-Duiiuiiia Order today brick or packed Central Conf ectione ry JOHN' PHILLIP, Proprietor. tcet II l! Brooms Brooms Brooms We have just received a shipment of brooms that were bought before the advance in price, and we are going to give you the advantage of our purchase, and sell them out at the old price. Better come early. Buying Your Groceries Requires keen judgment those days of conflicting and chang ing prices. We buy and sell on the co-operative plan whlcli enables us to quote you groceries at tho lowest and the most uniform priceos. It will pay you to thoroughly Investigate this co-operative plan of ours. It has been truly said that cmpetltlon is the life of trade, but that co-operation is tha life of tho people. Let us tell you about our plan. Consumers' Cooperative Store Successor to St Helens Union Store Telephone 80 THE BEST The Market Affords -:IN:- Fresh Meats and Staple and Fancy Groceries The People's Market THE ORIGINAL CASH AND CARRY STORE Phone 40 St. Helens, Orego VELIE Most Remarkable MOTOR One must try out this new Velie Continental motor to fully appreciate its unlimited possibilities. Un questionably, it offers more improvements in motor construction than the industry has created in a de cade. We invite you to ride in the Velie to ride is to believe. Immediate delivery in the new light weight 6-cylinder touring model. Priced $1735 St. Helens VULCANIZING AND RETREADING , ' TIRES AND ACCESSORIES COPELAND AUTO CO. Next to Masonic Building on ColumbiaStreet ST. HELENS, OREGON aVir-.n ss3 - i