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il !i ill ! Li ! ii! It i hi P II 1! iifi 1 Si i Si if n 1.1 PAGE FOUR MIST. MISTINGS-; this ..--JkJCMiillJwrm-ot-lrwrfcW w fPobF Contact' W ill County iurt is in sesslea wifek. beginning Wednesday.-..-' "Mr. and: istfs. L. R. Rutfefford wero in. Portland Thursday. Atorter'.Gbre was a legV$sitor in WiKrana' lust Saturday. Mrs?. John L Sorla was aTres! t;rvV Monday tj$iiij; friijuits.- airs:'- John L. Fopt'e nml .dptt'frh.trr',, Joaftwrft .n PortliuiX-laMirsiJoJC. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Thompson were 'Portland visitors cvr- Sunday.- ' Supt. J. W. Allen ?-iade an official visit to the- Seappoose Bchool Tues day. . ... . Mrs. C. H. Jchn -erf Portland, is visiting her sister,"" 3trs. '''William Mucklo. Jacob .Mnmor ail John I'mrpr, oC J";eer Island were here Wednesday on business. ' ':'.' Sheriff H. E. LaBira m4j a trip to the Suunjside camp the first of ;Uo week. Max Wilson, who has a 'position with tho Armour ..company, spent ounday at home. . --' Billy Dodd, who has been ill for E.evervl das, has racovere J auliioiem-. 1 to be out. agai'i. Mrs. A. F.Barnett went to Ratri- r Monday and SDent the day wit.'i uioumr, Air 4'sro,.;- J to business here Wc.las- attending dai Mrs. Hoy Stewart and daughter spent Sunday with friends in GoWe. ''.y.'. ,V!'V; MrV.aV Mrs. rttfotd S toVftt .'Jtl Moaday .ror i'oriiaBc;w.iierji vney wr i-K&nttW U.llr'iiosmi ol Port-m,ans:,: ' ol' THE ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, JUNE 4. 1920, . :;:'..'.' VI... Ihii-mI nrMl.iMlOU : f.. .11.11.. swimf lii ri' i 'nn - . - j t li.iiiirr -y " ,,our t p.,n,mnil !ft iHtrtt'UKIiTn Kivt -.(Vf .. 1 1 ball. (lniitor.'s, diy hst! H jj ; ,,( I.iihIioI.i for Urn wlntrr wlu-iit f lit Mill.' Dwellings are l.u.ll nrnil ul , , nll,roxlImlt0 ni. ! - : ; ,'tm poWrt Battery The starting motor takes the cur rent froiBl'JtiorfW'g' bnteVy hro "brushes.f ."Jt inietlin8 happis that Ibwsrt brushes f ' a rluin reasonit i tTry. ncVimakiiig iprier" .cont:irt J- uul lsAaVspcal'Mhe wy-B!d here with fiU nd ,HftiT. J. piiiJiia. .:jS5c?'"aiii;f;Mt. H.UfiVi'rn ere In roifla'na'V!ftJiesdi'-bti iomuluev'' business anif,ptisjis.arirt."' -v. '- Mrs. W. vfcJ.K'M'l yt.AVtsi.Fp rU efis'is suffprlug ftiW i Vvere att3clt of Inflammatory rheumatism. ' f'ete Hansen has moved to S-'aei'le. and has entered into purtnersti.p with a Mr. AltUouso in the trannor busi ness. . M!ss X.ibml Buniie'l, lii.JtJ.iecn ill duriuio: the past weijk' tAHv ering auilj will soc u l)0"tiuito,An '.tht system f.Vhwiilrottbto'-arisPs In lli-'B'uvaluiiillli.ita,.' y....l.Ari ' -U....1.1 K. ;sarfully oiuijilnrVl -:,'; Agatnv-one-.of liur ; cells cf'tfhTu tiirugo battery ruii. (inwn.'lH'tore tlis-ottiera. wliii'.li irei .1 )irpirt A.Hfrtr i'nn tn lin :mnf I hatcllvf U'S iVotk tlliihtrwx.wQlile to linndlo. aiso a gram or grit or irregn mat tor may get between the contact points of the switch nnd msy make ".Xvtirltt. of 'tfdttblfi. bisfora It. is dis covered and dislodged. apain. P. H. Cund, a pro8p$&fs'aHri cf the Warren commuil-fcClg . 4f. tending to business in Su Heftus Tuesday. t ----- - - H. B. Beckett, counsel of t .ie Mc .'ormick lUmher com pa a to. Js m St. Helens thfr week, thd guest of Mr. und Mrs. U. b McC'orniu-Vc.-.: ' v Oury Hfeey ftor spending" a week rn -Portland, returned homo Sundrty. and is now employed at, the. Island Lumber company plant. " ' . ' '. Wilhnr ( nrtiLl.dci i'tii 'iwna '.n n"r j niercluflit ;manne for s eial Irs. W.i-rHiaY Atffc;i::f-oth. has retuuid,,to .Uia hem cf ju ere' V.f ttori" Wt CuSpw Prent In West w. Helen. Mr. and Mr3. Ed.rLaws sd Mr. . .i..s.ji.u Uiv spent a few days ; Vei-nonia.-.thj.-flrfet -ot 4lta'A'jk, The loaal chaiter.'or'teJttfrs .vent to Rainier NS'ediresiayVevening .hd put on the work for the.; -Kamier .jdge. ,.' 'j Mrs. Alice Manlcy cf Slofunville. ii. s i-een ,f siting-Jier. daughter, i.j Ed. Jouea, retufneu Iioihl .'ucsday. " ..i.s3':s Aij-ce, and'. Antra. Quick eo-- jrtained ta Himalaya: tJiub.alutx : y evening..' Jiisj js a guest.' A. L. Morris, and Mr." Hf's'kiW wee Jown tnrough the lower end "of the. 1 .ounty t '. Ifrtrtr -pTir't jf last weeV Dr. ami; Mrs.. Hoskins -went to orst i.rove Weduesday to. attend .. il '.literal oi Misi 'Jessie 1 lVuxiot' who died Tuesday in ,S(, .Helens.. , I. W. Rivera of Jils-dil". was 111 Oregon Cifr last week to' attend tlic uurial services-of . his. lUtle grani! Jatighter, hoso' dttth 'otctlrred In that city. .! , . , . Join ns horo seyaral Jays ..Is week. Mr Jnrt-i-'iias-a great -lU'.nl-'er of rrierds in M 'Ielens ai.d olumbia t;ounty- -ivJ a -art-. a iy ,)lcj3u to S.-e mm : :iinr.K tlieiiv tluis. R.'MeCormlCk of San Frutf ,fokVr' Heacoll tluls' R-"MeCormltfk ol San Frutl- ' ' V.'" '"!'' ' i 'co, head of the Mof'c-Tiulck lum- i . - vv McMinnvlllo i crop highway H n .IiunJu'Is iiri'iilcr tliutt Iha.-uMl nmlti f a niiinih fn.t'l1ir,; t"H la.silll two ronservatlva'S' THANKS TO H.IKNDS 1 Wish to fliank- vetoes at ivu t i,...' uuilca 6uy fot-fh support .Ihevi' 1 ""IJ , . , . ., ,i, ...viK5...i. r.lni 11,1111 n... I'km. U rslt field. V. X SmlUi s.iitiltU If-Fiectwh"i "promwo to conduct ed Yamhill to bcinit paved. , ,..,,' I 4j ayM.rini . hibIiiU'.pi1 th''J-l .lAirtlnfld-votiM-s rejeci.u - ; : i aT& rf ft 'r,.N: UocV '"lJ'imos 121.000 bonds to build. R..I.I le,ch Purvey. .ngua,l Wi.rk beiTiin on four slory tcpiplo t Portland, llintmtiii -nnd III ti ii..rl..' tn lio enlarged. Unison; .ftiisoitid hir. stem of UK'tiK fuelling pond Dring: - v i,j rii-ut-lt - Hunch great results. acres si'l s for 5 J. Vil 0.. . KuKKtmo issues I .in, u oonus .... . , , ,, k , ,(, ,lliprvr,,. will build iivlallon field. ! l lu county applies for inoro slate i Kos -U i r - N-vv mucl.lnory l.oln t.i.. ,w ,,..vlnir I Installed In l'al creamery. Amity to liavo branch extoitslon j Mndr.r. New llu-atrn cotnplele.J-'. school from Agrleiiltural college. , Va, c,,iii;aiiy funded tu dr. II of .ill u. uii.M:t w,, 7 'Oil. 1 Ml ui.i.'i, Inbor-' ' Ho '.'in rg-r JWtiiTiiau men .i.iu run 4. II 1 , V , ' and Hullo Creek' tiso .Riddle lig pacKing, n Hrt-.rtH'..;'?l1,p?wX bull.r'rl.,il,i'., .M; ' '-""l, A'BUniiif..)',lu(,,,",,, paid .t,,,;, i,.';, '""V'H'H r.iiTj ... "'r menlu.v.. I, .fa, ,,, .''..' .' vt'fl'l'!v. "nj, j-, . ; 'S Jmuso (l be-JlHts 44,U.r ,. ; It , v:: Nv4;j)o.non it.iW.v;j"': .'of 350 odil'ffr'l lo c.ni.i ,,u ?' ..nilitun. ulil , if" JT' 'f is;orla (,,. , iho offlco in a liUKlnesslike maniiiT. J H. WKLLINUTON. A'OTICK TO ntF.MT'ORS tS THE caiJNTTV' COl'RT OK TII1J STATE OF 'OREGON FOR t'Of .; 1,.1'MBIA COUNTY. ; 111 the Matter of tho Estate of Robert ; Christ en son. Deceased. .Notice. Is hereby given that (he tin 1 ("signed has been nppotti.ed nd- mill resumes np'tarUm. t : W- ; Municipal ownerslilp of stre.-t rail peliticlans. Seattle ro willy paid f fie n million dollars for the priv ilege of mvnlng Us own carllne, mid, (ho benefits llureif were which herrhlcd. Now dlspatdhes tell Imv ; I S"atllelti'S uro to have tlir ail.li'.r I iil..!inrn nf i)iivln 7 cents for car-: fare and tin additional cent for trans-; fers. ' Salem Jersey bull brings $10,.r.00. Milton i'tinstructlou 6f aut'o tour-; !st park under way, '- "' H ' ulail. .. ' E!Vii. Uv -1'itst rntor nf Hin Eni'ita nf ltnl.on "irlstensen. Ueeeascd, 'by the' Count.. " flerencii slilnglo mill Is In opera ' v.irt ot Columbia County, State oi,tlon. . ;r)!jon. -and has duly qualified. All givsldn New logging company . rsons having cli'lniH ngairst said i 3,lirU dnt-rallons. late are hereby notified lo present l' ".e same, auly verified as, by. law re luired, to the undersigned; at his -iSidence, at Vernonla, Oregon, with ,:i six months from (he doto hereof Hated and first published- Jun.j 4th, J920. HANS CIIRISTEN3BN, ... Admlqiiitrulor Harris & Gore. Attorneys. . . St. Helens, Oregon. f. . 1 Hi;. (.'olHfrMni 7 r." I. K.''.Kuft. -rantlv u.'i koii iM.'tiiclt.s, ( iri.l;ij.S,' IUii A vp Ai,i vtditKii TIIF().inntM,KN ;HI1U:. Mi P. (t). j fltfl Tburmnn Klrrrt n. '-'.. .. ;.',';. .' - . Portly jSK I'OH TllhpiKlinMAlNN (tl r.Kf KODr f llflK Oil, . ' . it looking over orchards. M ss Shores has been in St. Heleri r three days training the children .or the Tom Taurub weddiag, Licn takes place Friday evenjng... '. . .. Mrs. Miltoa -Smith aiid daughter; Miss Avis, cf Rainier, vere visitors r.t the heme cf Mr. .and Mrs. L. K. Rutherford one day this week. Mrs. Marsh and her son; Max, and daughter, Ora, departed the first of the week for Newport where they will spend a couple of weeks, -. Miss Laura Wileoh.'bf 'Pittsburg, ompanied fcy his son, t'has. "R., Jr :4sa St. H?len. this , week attending meetings at the . stock holders , aad alrectors. - ; '' .'"'' " S. A. Hawkins, former 'feuDerln-' '.endent of ,! the." Columbia - Contract jtompany, vfrites tho Mist that he If oa his wayi;back Jo St.- Helens, f rou.J Long Beacii, calit.,'filia .exppcts to, arrive in tlrts city about June 10th. He- is-making the tria, .via.' auto. ' .-, jsn The mew double' Visfon'aal fKa ity qiasses have corns to stay..' Come In. an,d talk il over with out feeling Junder any obligations to purchase, pr. Thottfpsot) ai)oialiies. on Perfectly Flttd .GJasses for par-. ICansas, and Miss Juan ita Sla.ws.oj) oj ',t(cular peopje. Next visit Saturday. Gerard; Kansas, are: visiting .'at -lh ju-8;:Or4a6iB.VHS(,Vitiay". ' 2t linmi: nl Mi. an.l XI rZ "WW. l--o .V " - T . " .'.! .'. .. ..... u .... Ui.1,ra, i me. Mist nereny enters a plea to R. F. "Jones," former resident ot its advertisers to Vlifp'upa'TiUle 'on St. Helens, was a visitor here from (their ad changes. . This -paper. corn Portland Saturday. He expects to ;.menqes ' to, go. , to press . Wednesday raove back to this city In the near and it would greatly appreciate Jt id future. i copy for ad .changes couLd. bei) the Mr. and Mrs. Leo Burns of Raln-lcHice not .later than. Tuesday, even-', ler, are now residents cf St. Helens. . lnB-. Having to make ad changes on' havinz moved into their home which the last, day only ..adds, a. little' more burden to an already over-bur dened wcrk day, and If the advertiser could, only make up his, mind that his advertising copy could be pre pared, as easily on Monday as Wed nesday or Thursday It would simplify matters all around. they recently purchased from Mr and Mrs. Hartsock. Mr. W. B. Dillard has a pioce of land near Seaside that he offers to the Boy Scouts of Columbia county for a camping ground. The site is ideal for camping and Is covered with liarrfpfl nf vnHntiD IrinHa . . I CARD OF TIlAMvS v lw u y.esmiL ume me iimoer- we wish to extend our ' sincere ?,tn? llllnf ?. m.eeUn8 on ! thanks to all who so kindly assisted Saturday night. Recently the meet-1 us m 0ur late bereavement In the ing n:ght was changed to Thursday; death of our beloved - husband anC night and members are asked to gov-j ati,er, David R. Cole, for their sym" INDUSTRIAL REVIEW . . . , ,t Corvallls planning for a new 300. 000 hotol. Portland has five plants building ready-cut houses. .. . R0. !way. hes six bui'.dlngs unoer construction. . .P.ortlana gets two new motor car .structures to cost $30,000.- '.' '. ' Anlant Sawmill going In to cut 30,000feet silo lumber a.id other jWood products per. dsy ; State, librarian salary has been ralsiid to $3000 a year. . Switchmen's strata advanced- the jjrJce fit. spsar. Uy., cutting off.l.rllv. trips In riiany lkrge'dlstrlbutltie cu lers. Longshoremen strike lu Ntw 'York let hundreds of cars tt fruit rot -and Increased cost of transfers from rail to steumer 25 cent n .box Consumers pay.tlti bill., ; i Portland ca'pltulists In'corpomite: vegetablo oil mills and refinery. Subscribe for The Mist: 1 era themselves-accordingly, It was reported to the Mist that Mrs. Ishlster traveled the town ovt-r Wednesday forenoo.i in an effort to secure enough gasoline for two cars to carry the ladies of the Eastern Star to Rein ler. One quart was the result of her effort. i One of the growing industries of; -St. Helens is its creanierv. Thl-i. plant is manufacturing a fine qual-' ity of butter and finds ready sale! for Its product. Shipments now ae- I gregate 19,000 pounds per month not, a naa snowing by any means. k. Quick, -Anna Quick, Helen I Larsen, Mrs. Mdster and Mr." am! I Mrs. A. B. Lake attended the I Mas-.nie and Eastern Star picnic at forest tirove lest Monday. They, -iiioioreu aown ana report having nad a delightful trip and pleasant lime ai i,ia picnic .rH , 1 . . r . . ...i. uuu mrs. c. i. uanagn ana children motored to Westport, Wash-' ington, Saturday to spend the weeli j " end with Mrs! Ballagh's pareata, Mr i and Mrs. Frank WtlRlns. The roads! in 1. rt noi.a 1 7 .. u . . ...w uiojn udi-iur counxiy were. m rainy good condltiou. Mr. Bal-i lagh reported on his arrlvel In hi.' neiens monaay nignt. The St. Helens libr.irv hna ri mm. 'osed of Mesdames Rutherford, Bar nett, Day, Storla, . Stea, Thompson, Ud F, George went to Rainier Wo" resday afternoon to meet with tho Rainier library board. The object - of the meeting aside from its social feature -was to discuss the relative urerits of -certain classes of books. S. M. Boals and family ot Miiygei were visitors fn St. Helens Saturday and callers at the Mia office. Mr. r - Boals Is one of the pioneers of the ; Mayger section having settled there-' m iBtiz. us stares li.at tie Noves Holland Logging Company have 'fin ished logging the section b..i Mayger and Rainier end are making preparation to move their outfit to a big body of timber on the Kerry line. . Henry E. Harrison of this place, who is with Troop E, Fourth cavalry, in a letter home says that the troop t to move from San Fordyce, Texas, to San Benito. The boys of thli .troop have been on tho border, eighty miles from the nearest town, Blnce j .the signing of the armistice, shut out J from the world and seemingly for-1 gotten, .The' change will be more i than welcome. Henry's time will i be up tUia month and he hopes to1 get home. He is about the last St. ! Helens boy left to come back and j 'ha -been away three years. I pathy and the beautiful floral offer- tngs. . . . . . Mrs - David Cole, Wm.- L. Cole; ' -Ada Cole, Mrs. Maude Catto, Mrs.' Belle- Chambers. Another Royal Suggestion ; MUFFINS and POP.OVERS From tlic New Royal Cock BooK ; 5. Breakfast; ti U often eaten as a July rather than a joy. The suc cess of the day may defend upon the spirit of break fast. The Royal Ideation al Department prcrtnU some breakfast dishes that will send the children' to school with a birr hip hur rah and his majesty man to bis daily duties with the "up and doing" feeling which knows ho discour agement. : ' i... . JSufluu " -. .;. ; cupi flour 1 ti-Mponni noyal Diking 1 t(tMi.npoon tugar H ti-Htpunn salt 1 cup milk 3 v.K . 1 (ublcspoon cl)ortnlnc Sift toccth! flour, bakinjj powder, stirar and ult; add milk, wcll-bcitcn eggi amt melted shortci.inc; ntix well. Grease muffin tins and put two laldcspojoit.b.i batter in la tach. Bike ju hoi ova au to 25 niinutti. Making" POWDER Absolutely Purp , 1'iit ami I.rat itniil irtoMb. hake m ffTruit-il- tiiuihn "iiai l.i hot w it SJ ta SVwioultt, Corn Wuiin'j V"IT ri'mmtnl , llk .-J.i ft.,i.r i. n.i .r. j nl Uiklnf l'J.lrr . . . , . , U lra'ii an It . Stalin-IP v.fuflnpsr I ru milk J ta.Mtinl ahorUntaf )!! , .''.-,. Sift tPftctl-rr rorn.ntflll)tr, bakir.R'M'.v.'Hi.r, lt in.l iu r,.ir; add ti;i'.k. pulled tlicrt csiur; rnd tia'A Lcalrn m: iij well. Grr.i.'ir inuirm tins Ud drop to ii;!!c ipoqn oi mixture int.t r.t, h. lukcaW 3.4 rhjfiptti 4ii fiot'DfcU.' 1 ' , Pop9Vc:t . .. t ftipi flour l -puor. ult 1 X cu;a tntlk , .Sift loRether Hour aiWfc Make a -;cll (u fUnt Ktt text Into Veil, all milk mi ulir until smooth.. PiHif.fow hot Rreaiird Krm '"" "i bake 'ii to Hi nimntrt in t - I .vitv 4rrC'ivnk' H flMi'MSII I : ;;t:.;cvv( v toss.!. t-...v.,-;-,;:: . --. -: f : :. .:-v: : ':-'y4 a' . :'i . . - . -i .....'.' ..- I - - mm - - 1 1 ' ' .i"iVrgTr.rr tax. . Trr- ii iinmm,!, WirMl.' ,nW ,, .i rr 'r 7n I Eer. I am nawnrpwr tltlij.V"S.V' ;.-.. lu I . i J. :i.i!.t V v.V.-atI - iirtv.A j 'place-. I have also secured Ulii: .iV ''W.t: V:! I V V arh. now. prepared to atteS ; V-V t W&X&Z J jvV: 3 line.- Am still ssllin- .WHtiaJlV- WJ XK'XXX&Y 'J&yV&P II r..i, ... t.T!w'flwiHKf-..:: J... m ,t .,...,.. 7.'"'.A'J V-'.W.Wf ' I ' " M I I il . V I you'll Look, our goods over carefully ; and -then cqiv ; the quality, and find that our goods and : prices can-:-: riot be duplicated. J. L: WILLIAMS & SONS Phono 84-W . Wet St. Heieiw, Oregon any competition. Then there ia the assurance of the Fisk Ideal ; !'T b tji bert concern In the vrotl j ' ' l.if011. rVh.e tUaret concern - ' ' ': inex,utonce to do busineat with." " . ' .'..' i. ... .... , '" " L.:' ' ..WNext Time BUY FI$K COPELAND AUTO GO ST. HELENS, OREGON PA