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' m. , i r,lllDt,K t. iyu. - PAGE THREE a - . nriiffTlilir A ..tnllCTU AL KiLVlCW NUU"" a. Want Ads I I .. riund school teachers recent 'ur 1""....,d salaries 1141.000. tmPJ," L, . Hroa In DUt UD lUlul'-r - - H-Biun . mediation board 8le"L Z'hir; ut 111. 111.60 ipd ...... ii.rnA viinour Diuiita Cooa iw - . . -a I 1 III 10 t9''" , i.iffi.wnv to be coin Anuria-' - pl,od.Bi . . i... hunt across Mallieur jjnuiso rlW ""'.' .,, rnnafruetlon ,w" "I m. ,.rct to pave Uarf lold Co.aw"" truot. i.,t,. ll.lt UfUMffl ..I....I ruilllliui.i......'.. ... - . - .. """" i it,.lii- will ha In prairie l' it" " , - .1 i.i u'hiiat prouur.iiuN ........... n,MI .... inn nun Hand l vur v - iooa . n..i.l.iln falla hulll "- .... ,, u -una iiirriunuu lama. (ompiii ----- ... .... ..........in ftnnriiiijra in mi rm . wurni or return to fun 10 -" - , ten nuui -- 1U Mg Aslilanu wm 'ul ""v'' . . - I r.ivn Wltnr MVHIOIII. ""I." ......rlv M.O HIllKlO TUX. P W ...in ..... .11... hull. In Sunin'T "l v " "" - tt-IIOW run. Tlllllliouk ClieeHO liwuiury win pa., 000 000 pounds this year. Klrst pii"'f mil"" ""w "" mill clier '" --. Uri M ny'l" n'-coiiiea oio " . . .... i'lI.L.,ln I'lllllf own io rereive ii.S7o,idz ten- rl ill i"r '"" Idle Allmiiy rurniiure niciorjr m PurlUnd will hii z,uuu,uuu imr- t bor improTi'iii'-iii wuhmi-. Tin Dull"" fruit ixicmnn pmnn n 00 biiiih itiiui v- Tlii Hlli'it--20 Iioiihch pi nn on lor moy oi iioiiyiiruiKiR iiiuiii. Uol.l Hill rfvlrlim liuereM in a- tHioi niiii JUnlifH'M Allt'Kliuny ami Mi Ula UKK ti K ramim ti'ii win. ,u DM. Wlllamliia huwmiIIIh worklim ovnr- llm to tin iriii'ra. Olcnbrnnk upfiilim of mill oM- bnli'd villi narlHTiiit aim iriKraii:. Penillt'ton A ri-oi'iit report or Hie . .I....- .1.1 mI.w - erllllll UUri'iUI KU.-II lii.n i.M m F-ff ilitlon ut or aixin lurnrni lUo In liri'KOii; inn nun xrrtiiiiiK II 'I ru: I'oriiuiiii, nuii'in. AHiona, lutmt ami liuacr. Dftlll Ni-w mill to le built to re- lire tin) (ni linn liurnnu. I'tiiik (if hlKliway htttwmm ('or. iillli and KoHi'iiurx lu lie roiniii)inu a i:i. Stwl hrlilK to be built acroiu Sooth rniimuu river at Myrtle cric Pnrlltiid Now Induatry known at Slinuni prducia Co., employ du mple. prlliict uxflii on aurKira imtmt. Col Kite (iroviv IS000 inoro to U upmdfd uil (lie ( ottuKQ (lrove-l.o. tut niKiiwuy u.in yar. RlJdlc Su w mill on Cow creek a ortilnty. Ntimi 111k nlfulfii meat mill to be Willfd In tlilx vli'lnlty. Aitorl KlHHkuiilna Imtcliory to Iterate (.000.000 anlinoii. PmillHiin IoiIk" of Klk lay cor- urtlone or new teiiiDle. SHIRT SAVES U. S. SUB FROM WATFKv r.c avf FOR SALE KOIl BAI.K Six dozen Whlto Le"ic". '"' '""; yunK and Kood luyerS eter l)aml. Nol, Hill. V uJZl. l- Olt SALE Collommt aweet corn mall plKH. 6 each. Nowell Blmr wl. Warren, Ore. I'hono 108F21. FOR SAI.R Ilallun prunes. J. W VanNetta. Bt. 1l,mB, ro8. Jb-42 J w' KvHA''KYounK plK, ,8 each! J. W. VauNotta, St. Helena, Ore. 40-i, K)H BALE Good clover bay, clwiap. It taken at once. It. Karth Yankton, Ore. I'hone 118F11. 38tf FOR 8AI.B Kurd (r....k cord tlrea all around; 1120 'taodel. Hoe Art Km HI, ,t Utile Mill In Mc irmu canyon. iftlf FOR 8AI.K fim ill r,l... li ...i. brood wiwi, with pKH. $60 to $80 nui. bkuzui. warren, Oro. l'lione 108K13. 4n. HIP Tl. FOR SAI.K Tm.mi.tn ... .. - " iiuuw niiu one lot; clone to railroad atatlon HoulUin; i uli k aalo; cheap. C Hlmouo, llx 121, Iloulton, Oro. 40-2 FOR BAI.K Priirii'a !t. rui. pound; In cmanltleH of 250 pound or more, 2 He por pound, dellvorod In Ht. Helena. Win. Hkurl n Wnrrnn tiro. I'hOtlH 10HK13 jmr - iwu FOR H.tl.K Villi h and wheat nnilinrlv tiilvml fur Ri'mlliiK, 6o per pound. One or two Kod milk oowa. Kd Uuroc broil low. Ket henvv luirm.ua lln.,,1 two aiv.ted buKKy. Two wheeled curt. rirai ciuaa dry cord-wood. Caali. lorma or trade, l'uul (' Ailunm Warren. 10SK15 7if K'OR BAI.K -A varlotv if m.nh.y and pluma; Iturtlclc peara; Kvor KroHii bluck berrlea; wliolniwilo prlceH. Ilrliif your coiilulntj.-k; Rood uio rnud. Paul ('. Admin Warren. Dm l'lione 10&K1G. 3Sll VTa ara alwava vlad in ulmw vnn b FoniHOU Tractor and demoUHtrutf It lo you. It la one of the finaat ad d'ttona la tour fiirmln l hat you eau buy. It cuu be UHed ti ao your plowing, r: ll your alio, eui your wood and, in fact, do auythliif wkera power la ueedod on tbo farm FIsldhuie Motor Co. 1S-U Flrat nlrllirn nf !), c I Li-v . .. for nearlv twn Ani. ... ' T. ,unB ru lM caP or Hsnlopen ,'""' ,wo da'' entombing 36 men end four oEcore. Their wTbchSdr?:011' mbma br an inM me .u ciselod a bole irrgo enough lo allow a lone cole oushea hlrt with an aitwhoO wire tbnlr 8. O. 8. was teen atUr SS tcura of alow suffocation. TUy were all rescued 4 8 0t HERE ARE SOME BARGAINS FOR YOU Ws have several excellent buys In USed Cars and If VOIl want a rani k... gain in a Ford car here Is your op- iiunuuuy. we aave a 11)18 Ford touring car, a late model roadster, a late model sedan and a eouple of Kood Ford trucks. All are In good Hhape and will be Hold cheap. Come In and look them nvn. Th. MA chines are right and the prices aro FIELDHOTJSE MOTOR CO. m . m How's ThU ? th7t rLVi. tor " ca" of eatarrt "at cannot be cured by Hai 1't CATARUH MEDICINE HAW, HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is tak. In '."h'f 2,ally "2 acu through the B " Jii'T' Surfaces of the Syatem. pS ?..arwlru ,or over '0"y years Price 75c. Teatlmonlals free, r. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. MIST WANTAUH FOR RESULTS. A Word to th w; Stained hands When your hands are stained from the fruits of can ning seaHon, or from vegetable peel ing you may make them soft and white by this method: Put In tha n!m r.t i a .. .l,1B . v. "au very small pinch of bicarbonate of potassium and tha same amount of oxalic acid. Add a few drnna ,.t . . . " iu luoisien inese. The mixture will soon begin to seethe an n rrnw wa tm v... . j 7 i. , "'i wut uues no barm Rub the hands all over as if washing them, then wash first In cold, clear water and nftorwnr.ia i. 1 suds. "ttrm Boap t'lmniberlitin'a Colic and Diarrboea jwuieuy in jnicnigan. Mrs. A. H Hail r..n.m. u..L . vnacrmo, IllllJU.. says, "I wish to thank you for your grand good medicine, Chamberlaln'a Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. Wo are never without It in the bouse, and I am sure it raved mi h.v.-' summer.' FARM AD CAMPAIGN WANTED WANTED A girl for housework. pply to Mrs. Jacob Gnome. St. Hel ens, Oro. I'hono 47. 37tf SKUNK RAISING NEW INDUSTRY WANTED Plowing with tractor; 3-holtom. W. II. Soars, Hrupiioono. Ore., c-o CIihs. WlkHtrom. 39-42 1 . WANTED To. buy three or four dozitii pullets. While Leghorns pre ferred. N. Hherwood, Warren, Ore. Phono 10.HF21. S6tf Farmi-rM NimmI Hmlie More Than I'ubllHlmrti Xl IIuhIiii-ss That a field of farm advertising wnrlh .I00,0U0 nnnunlly could be peiied up In Oregon with even more profit to farmers than publishers, wns told bv C J M,.iiai, - - ....tun,,, UfillVUI- liirui preHH editor at O. A. C, to the ..m uiir.oriai association. 'The nvorago farm yields annually it I::ist 200 worth of produce that oulil bo marketed more profitably through advertisements in tho com munity press than in any other way " he s.il.l. "This would bo 11.000,000 ortli of this class produce for the ie:ir C0.0UOO furmji of the state." "Mil! ItUKltieHH Illlnu'a n. In !.- I per cent of gross sabs for tdver iHliif;, t nil HiIh basis would call for Im uo of MOO.OOO for local advek ; ni; The grower of the produce, ill!) riJiiHumer liiwl llm iimmflt from this practice. No logl- ii iiiniiieHH wouiu surfer. Tho speaker said that the college md nlrer.dy taken Hi!m e., IlUn tin arltla farmers' organizations and Indlvld- ii.li i.irniers, and that the farmers were ready to glvo the plan a trial " i. iiuii a ure.uer extent than before 'A number of editors have already milt up a big advertising trade with hnlr farm patrims," Mr. Mcintosh declared, "and united cooperation In extending the practice promises splendid results." The collcgo Is considering the ad visability of issuing a bulletin on tho advantages and methods of farm advertising. State Farm Bureau Projected Committees have been appointed to draft constitution and by-laws foi the proected Oregon Farm bureau, to be formed bv fpHorAtlnn nf ih. county bureaus. J. H.- Dobbin, pres- lueni oi ine wanowa county bureau, Albert Hunter nrenlrlen rt tha !Tntn. county bureau, and W. W. Harrah, executive member of the Umatilla county bureau, are the committee for eastern Oregon. George A. Mans field, president, Jackson county bur eau. I. O Pnnrell county bureau and 0. R. Dougherty, presideut of the Clackamas bureau, are the western Oregon committee. The nlnnu nf nrvanlvallnn nmpbrnl up by this committee will be pres ented ior action to a convention oi orncers oi the various county farm bureaus. Lot's get busy and correct this. It can bo done. In fact, it will be dono under a republican administration. Mist Wantads for Results. . LOST AND FOUND That Clntwu county l a place of 'tried IniluHtrlea unci nrnducla. la nvl- dcacod bv llm fart Hint annnunre- eot haa been ninilo that ukunk rata- Hi will ho featured Allondnlo MM W. E. Rr i innff 'a nlure aakunk .".m hftvlnr nlr.,'..lv amI.I.II.Ii- ti. Urn llm Auf,.rl,in A- P. Wallnce. an export In skunk nlltro. la the rirul In nallillah (he uuitry In this section. Ha has Carel the f'lmrlna lllrhnrilanl. P'WS ADd now htm n niieleua nt fnnr Ulinlll. whll-ll lin Im. Hiiilnrlmil .nil WldoiMl aa hnrmlnaa kltt.ina H'lalng skunks for furs has l- ni a real Imalim.a In v.rln... UM of the country. Rlack skunks worth $20 a piece while the tnlmala are worth only $7.60. "tordlni to Mr. Wallace It la al- Impossible to got breeding stock "Unpeople engagod In the business not wsnt to prt with them. The nli owned by Mr. Wallace wero 9"lil when Muii. akunks breed rapidly there from 8 to 13 In a litter each Thuy nr0 fed on table refuse " ine reed rata require They Mam t..n.i ... i . .--.. vl uiikh, nnu oeuiioa 2 ' w.r mudi rellsbod by them, anu iD97 tiaVS been bn.iiifn 1a .l.nn ntil f Hire of heea l.. o .1,.... .i ... ... u diiuii &IIIIO, way ti, Hkuoks capture the ' to drum ou the lilvos and "Knl tllS bl Blurt an - ... lh. Km tnl1" "v,,r the openthg lu m V . ' 1,10 htM,s become entang Z!$ fh.a tl,l,k lualr. Then Mr. inn . T "" lhPm out tolr leisure Ul eala ilmn. kifr' Bro:l. wlm Is one of the em w cranberry kings of West Sta ll, 1 an authority on skunka, Imm , 1 on PuPr as much profit Ck ..?kunk th0 average oil In... 'e"flr "i on a township of H,, ' " Ho said yestorday Ud if . Kretiy mangneu kiaaVJ! trnttt t,,ora Ently they T.1? doc In na I, I. . ' r. i 'TO, ""'"""I ""i- " the wif"'"0' f the ft(,Ptabl,lty ('el ih.. . " iinuBitj la inn farm 'k.U,,kl, mW u ,n away. TAKEN UP 1 dark bay horse, weighs ubout 11 d0 or 1200 pounds; !ielti by T. II. Ulllmore, Coluinhia Ciiy, Oregon, for damages. (Jwner reijuestei) to sultle damages and take the iMiiui.il away. 41-42' IOS'f Strayed from Deer Island, one bay team of horses, weight about 3000 pnunils. Howard for Informa tion or return. Phone 14 6K2, Deer Inland. - 39tf St. Helens Iron & Marine Works St. Helens, Ore. I Foot of St. Helens Street A completely equipped shp for all kinds of machine work, marine work, welding, bra bp;, general naachine and blacksmith work. Bring us your ' rk. No job too small, none too large. Prices reasonable consis tent with good workmanship. J. W. AKIN, Mgr. G. B. DUCKWORTH, Asst. Mgr. W. A. LEVI, Sec'y.-Treas. MANY POOR . CARDS can be traced to the fam ily market basket the poor judgment la selec tion and preparation of food for the child. Mothers bread is the staff of life. Give you kiddles the butter-bread that will make them rosy checked strong limbed and pcpfuL "A" scholars every one. RAMSEY BREAD is good aU the year round but In school days it is aa Im portant In your home aa school books. ST. HELENS BAKERY St. Helens, Oregon The Host Advertisement. im.. k.ut ..ivertiunmnnt u ii v mer chant can have Is a satisfied custom- nr. No groator rocommenaauon can he given an artlclo than the following hv E II. Mllburn. Prop.. Ouion Drug Btoro. Oulon Ark. "We have sold j Cham'borlaln'i Cough llomedy for. vnra mid Imve a Iwaya round mat U ; gives perfect satisfaction." Itl yarda HUE'S PLACE r"ai!VB(I anaWwited to ", weloomes jron either Visitor n nain 1 . 'tvjl! npHng drinks, Confco- ' " - aau lUIHKra, HAr.n a T.n . STRAYS- Taken tip,' I horso. blaze face, 2 white hind foot, branded In verted a with O on left shoulder; 1 j hay with 4 white feet, whlto star In forehead, both niilmnls with blacK i tnaiio and talis. Owner Is requested to pay charges and take tho animals away. Frnnk Daniels. Railroad Ad dition. St. Helens. 39tf EDUCATION PAYS FOR THE INDIVIDUAL AND rX)R THE STATE A Person with No Education lias but One Chance In 150,000 to Render Distinguished Service to the Public With Common School Education 4 Chances With High School Education 87 Chances With College Education goo Chances Are You Giving Your Child His Chance? THOSE STATES ARE WEALTHIEST THAT HAVE INVESTED MOST IN EDUCATION Oregon Agricultural College Through a "Liberal and Practical Education" pre pares the Young Man and Young Woman for Useful Citizenship and Successful Careers In Agriculture Engineering Mining Home Economics Comnierre Pharmacy Forestry Vocational Education. The Training Includes PHYSICAL EDUCATION, MUSIC, ENG LISH, MODERN LANGUAGE, ART and Other Essentials of a Standard Technical College Course. Fall Term Opens September 20, 1020. Tuition Is Free. FOR INFORMATION WRITE TO THE REGISTRAR, Oregon Agricultural College CORVALLIS, OREGON 5 PLAN TO SAVE TOGETHER Refore you marry, both renolve to save all you can In this bank. After marriage, cr.rry out that wise resolution and pile up your little fortune here. We'll help ycu. We'll pay you liberal In terest twice a year. J . FIRST NATIONAL BANK Member Federal Reserve System CHAS. GRAHAM, Presideut. II. A. CHILD3, Cashier. aaapaaaafpapjiaa APPETIZING! HEALTHFUL!! COOLING!!! ... .1 aVaM.un.iilM. tOO, hate learned that It pay. J U kK. fivactins - kOHEAM. There Is a ' " .'"Je learned after taking on. 1 ate 0f "MT. HUU. , '"u"":,, nr and tboy win na "A dish a day makes the Jy nt - aa 1 IIAlMI A I- Ready for CiiOOl AGAIN THIS YEAR This Store will be headquarters for School Supplies Why wait until the last minute to buy all of the needed sup plies? Buy now while stocks are fresh and service not rushed. Tablets Rulers Pencils Pastes Crayons Pens Inks I L. WILLIAMS & SONS t Hers Your Chance FOR A GOOD FARM! 40 acres, 12 acres cleared and 20 acres slashed, burned and seeded. . House and barn, variety of fruit and berries. All crops, some farming implements, two stands of bees and other itenia" go with plnce. Located on main county highway, good graveled road and only 300 yards to school. The Price is only $35 per Acre and Terms can be Arranged If you are looking for a good farm, do not fail to Investigate this. I consider it the best farm buy in Columbia county. Houses and Lots in St. Helens I have a number of good buys in houses and lots in St. Helens. A small payment down and the balance easy terms. See me for . bargains in real estate. W. T. HINSON ' Strand St. Near Bank St. Helens, Oregon. Five- and Ten-Acre Tracts Close to St. Helens I have a number of 5 and 10 acre tracts close to McNulty station between West St. Helens and Warren. The land is partially cloared and no rocks. It is fine soil and the tracts are located on the paved highway. These tracts are about 2 miles from the courthouse and the same distance from Houltou (West St. Helens). I can sell you these very desirable borne farm tracts cn easy terms and you can be located closo to your work and at the same time make a home ou a tract of land that will help you on your liv ing expenses. Will be glad to show these tracts to interested parties. "' Bk , X AtMAMJIUumy West Bt Helen! M. HELENS Phon 4-W