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Columbia Couity Abstract
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Abstract., Keal Estate, Insurance.
St. Helens , Orison
James Durt. the defeated candi
date for mayor at the election
lint Monday loses none of his
nooularity or prestige as a lead
ing-citizen of the city and county
hv that defeat. The issues in
the campaign were issues o
policy rHther than of person,
and the issues championed by
the Durt ticket were in the mi
nority. Of Judtfe Dart nothing
was said derogatory to his char
terer, and no person, either for
orsjrainst him, uttered a word
isTainot his personality. There
was no room for such, and had
anything of the sort been said by
strong partisan friends of the
opposition, it would have re
acted, because the people of the
city know only too well that there
la no more fair, high minded,
honorable man in the community
than is he. Though defeated.
Mr. Dart still retains the respect
and esteem of the entire com
munity. The successful candidate, Mr.
A. W. Mueller, is an attorney of
St. Helens, having resided here
about four years, and bears the
reputation of being a thoroughly
competent business man and pro
gressive citizen. He will make
good in the office and will re
ceive the support of the citizens
of the city.
IK I'l.loN C lkCI.K M 48, Women of
'A Mrrmt, meet the ircimil ami
'our; h Turwlav afirrnonit of em-li
in 'ii h Ht lluultoii, (It. Mm. Kl-a
Uik-trmu, iuar'llau N-ik,liUr.
K'M' ji'ium-, Or. ; Minnie A. M'.nsy,
( ohidililn Kik tij.iii-nt No. 77, I. O.
. K. tiifrtHin the 1. O. O. K. Unit. .n
f ond anl fourth Tb'irwlae of eitch
moi l',, njourns trig I'Btriari-h riiottl
or i illv insltei to txrii with u.
U. C. Kolie), Chiff Patriarch.
. C. W. liUkealejr, Scrilie.
IiMvm Kt. Helena 6:00 A. M.
Arrive at Port land 10-) A. M.
Leave Portland at 2:30 P. M
Arrive 8t. Helena at H:30 P. M
Harness t Shoe
:.1MI1IA HOIIKSTKAD No. HW
I roihrrhootl of American Yeonicfi,
ui-cia the aeconl ami fourth VVeil
tirwtay night of each innntb at Yank
'on, Ore. VUiling member welcome.
K S. Hinhon, Honorable Foreman
C. R Laek. Corre-ponilent.
ST. HELENS, ORE. F
-EASTMAN KODAK GOODS...
A NEW STOCK
MlZI'Ail 0;jaIrKK. NO. ao, (). K.H
Meel in Maaonic hull the aeei nd
anil fourth Niitur lvo. "neb month
MAKY (iEORiE. V M.
U'CY OKAY. Pwre'a.v '
Ht. Helm Lofltftt No.
117,1. O. O. P. menu
UiK.wri the m-co nil anil fourth Katurlaya
"I em-li inuntti, viaitinx rni-nitiers are
alwava given a hart? welcome.
Clia-. U, eler. N. O-
J. W. Allen, fie.-.
Av n IvMlKe No m Kriiithta ot Pythia,
m-ei every Tuewlay Kvening In Cao
le Hull, Ht. Il-leni. VlMting Kt iht
hIivi welcnn e.
M. T.. Millrr. C. ('.
Harold Hoaa, K. of R A 8
AKT HELENS LUDUE NO.
A F 4 AM, MeeU 1st u.l 31
Saturday in each month. Visiting
brother cordially welcomed. O W
Clark. Master; R. R. Quick. SecreUrv.
EGGS ' EGGS EGGS
$1.00 $2.00 $3.00
From Best Lavinjr and Exhibition
Birds. Cockrels $2.00 to $5.00
Yankton - - Oregon
Sec'y of County Fair Ass'n
DR. L. GILBERT ROSS
PHYSICIAN fc SURGEON
Office Rank Bid,
DR EDWIN ROSS
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON
TH E TA D 'SS YS TEM
The TaJ'i Sv-trin, In.-., I- nm,-l jn l inttrniiri: tlut upoa it. adoptio, J,
a coiini.uiiity, rvrry one i. cIc.iro.it of Lmminif wlat it i, ,d t,om they
aiil thtfiiclvf of iti opporttuiitif.
James Muckle & Son
have MT,irri the rx. luivc n,e of the Sv ,em for St. Helens and vicinity and itt
o;,rration and lienerlts mav le briefly e!airifd at fnllim,:
lpon .ro uriii(t the name and d.te of blrtli of any "tad" horn linre June lt
a OM'OSI r of One Hollar will be ma le in the COLUMBIA COUNTY
BANK anJ rtK.ilarlv tntrrej to the rredit of the Tad in the Tid'i Put-hook
The IV-l)ook with a Miniature Hank he delivered to the Parent in the
name of the Tail, and thereafter the DEPOSITOR will receive discount check
on all pun liases of mrrchaiHliie made from JAMKS MUCKLE & SON by the
parentit, relatives and frieixK of the Tad.
The funds so accumulated will insure the Tad, when it arrives at the age of
sixteen years, a competence which will ei ahle it t, enter into business life or
better still, secure an EDUCATION. Tlie.e deposits belong absolutely to the
TAD, and in rase of death, may be will. drawn by the parents, or legal guardian.
In addition to the Discount Checks from tlx Merchant, you also use the Minia
ture Bank for pennies, niikcl,, dime, e-c, ail of which is deposited to the
The regular irteret as allowed on other Savings Aceounu will be paid by
The Tad's System is not limited to children born since June 1st, 1907 but
ANY child under sixteen years of ape may have the same opportunity by
Depositing the initial 1 1.00.'
The educational feature commends the idra to every good citizen, and when
in use it is strongly endorsed as an important factor in the upbuilding of the
community. That a lar-e percentage of the growing generation of children will
be provided with sufficient fund to enter into business, or for educational
purposes, ems like a fairy tale, but the Tad's System will ure!y accomplish
Starts March 29th
The city flection is passed.
The new ollicera have Utn
electel. The vloction was pre
ceded by thj most active cam
paifn ever witnessed in the city
it a city election. The isnues
were mado to appear as wry
large, and yet after belnjr
Hummed up did not amount to
anything. Had either ticket won
the city would have tiune alontf
Just the same and everybody
would have had just so much kick
coming anyway. Whatever the
sctions of the oflkers. especially
the council and mayor, there will
be criticism and commendation.
But the otlkera have been
elected. They are all men, and
woman, of character and qualifi
cation, and it ii up to the good
citizens of the city to get back
of them and boost, rather than
knock. If any of the actions of
the oflicera do not meet with the
approval of some of the people,
those people have their God given
right to kick and kick hard, and
it is their duty to do so, but bo
far as the election is concerned
and the issues involved thereat
let us all forget it and uphold
our official family in the perform
nce of the duties as they see
THIS IS THE TP'E OF YEAR TO TAKE A GOOD ULOOD Z
REMEDY. YOU CAN T BEAT 3
tVyttts Hot Springs JUootl Hcmrdy Z
WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF THIS FIRM'S REMEDIES 3
P A. J. DEM INC, Druggist. ST. HELENS 3
Cltftlll t tit 1 11 till f Slllf.21.JJtA v . . t! 11111! tlll5
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Look in Our Window
T. S. WHITE
ten droning your
if yon trish toaroid
DR. ALFRED J. PEEL
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON
Patronize the Mist Advertisers
J. A. KILL E. C. ROBERTSON
g CENTRAL MARKET
Fresh and Cured Meats
Fish and Poultry, Produce
Your Orders Solicited Good Prices Full Weight
Phone 60 St Helens, Ore.
Wisprndirig all, lay aside'
in si moiigh for rcsmt
and sec the solid oak dining set. Tattle
and ! chairs fur S .'").(). J'c ran furnish
this set in any Jinish desired. Other sets
cheaper, one as loir as .$0..'tO, also hellt r
unvs at prices according to quality. U'v
also hare Intfets and china closets in
finishes to match ih 1 taldc and chairs.
Our line of dressers and hed-room fur
niture is coinphle, some in nearly all
the jinishes and grudts. Hockers from
$l.d) to S-'-t- I'' "t l,s h ow you our goods.
UNDERTAKERS HOUSEFURMSHERS EMBALMERS
needs; then hringtlie
Ijhjolance to this hank and
ilk deposit it in a Savings
& ! Account. 1 1 V pa y FO Ull
l (. H f I f I I I 1 Jlt I'll I i
DR. H. R. CLIFF
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Phone Mln 4:a; A l.'S!: Ke. K. 4f.:.7
UUIV"D,( - Portland. Or.
accounts and accept any
sum from one dollar up. .
Columbia County Bank
OLDEST IN THE COUNTY
ST. HELENS, OREGON
GEORGE H. SHINN
Ef. Watche. dock. j
1 VOiN A. GRAY I
Optical Good St Helens Or.
WatchmaRt-r and Jeweler.
C. II. D0XCASTIK' Proprietor
The cheapest place in town to huy
Crockery, Glassware and Granilcicare
Come give me a call and be convinced for yourself
Cor. Winter and Willamette Streets
Chris Johnson & Sons
Ltftti'rs unclaimed in the St. Hel
nn, rtoflice for the wevkemiinK
April r,, l'jju.
Mrs. L. C. Cole 1 letter
M. Van Horn
Letteri! unclaimed by April VJ
Will he sent to the Dead-Letter ollice.
c. (ify. p. m.
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Subject:
Jacob at Bethel.
Morninn service 11 a. m.
Who ii Isaiah? ' '
tyworth Leajruc, 6:45. Subject:!
'he Comin9 of the Comforter,
Myrna Yeomans, leadar.
r.Vttijjnjf Servloe, 7:q0. Subject:
'noniifl AijpecU of the pquor
ucceort to Si.
lelcna Awta Cs.
Will positively meet
utos Tor hire. Calls
ml i!av or xi : lit
dvVrfJhlte. i - aii.swtml day or n:K
IHna. IT ,.
M. E. MILLER
A TTORN EYA T-LA t'
St. Helens - Oregon
St. Helens Mill Co
(Saves Your Eyes)
rr. - - S team Heatings -
(Prolongs You.r Lives)
Lath Wood Lumber
Allen, Felton & Quick
REAL ESTATE DEALERS
INVESTMENTS. RENTALS. INSURANCE. COLLECTIONS. LCANS,
LAND TITLES. APPRAISEMENTS. ADMINISTRATOR. GUARDIAN.
FISCAL ACENT CONVEYANCE. EXECUTOR INFORMATION
ST. HELENS . . OREGON
27. St. HH.'t V,
Look lor the. u'iis shti
Mllook 28, St. Wsr
Millni k 2S, St
M l ' rty.
E. T. Luther. TiiHtor.
The Rev. W. T. Fairchild of
Houlton M. E. church will preach
"t Yankton at 11 a. m. and at
Trenholm nchool hauaeat S;30 p. rn.
In consequence there will only be
Sunday Jichool acrvlcea at 10 . m.
at Houlton on April 13th.
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Sr. Helens Oregon
X CR POVBCR COMPIrtY 3
CUT GUT THIS COUPON
And pre.ent at our store and get a 1 pound can of the, well
known CRESCENT CAKING POWDER FOR 20 CENTS.
Thi Baking Powder ia recommended by all user.
Thi Coupon good until Friday night, April 11th, 1913-
CUT OUT THIS COUPON '
Tht-so Coupons will appear every week, and it is
to your advantage to rejourn them at our store.
The articles will be from our regular line of
first cla.ss jrood.-i. and are iii'.ily recommended by
all users. Cut out eoup.n and remember the one
above is jrood only until April 11th, li'13.
C. M.JOHN & CO.
TH F HOUSE OF QUALITY
i asssai,.... Msv.aa iJ tummi .
DU PONT EXPLOSIVES
L. CXPLOSIVCS DCLIVEPCD IN S TON LOT5 MORE
Xi ANY POINT IN COLUMBIA COWNTY ON THE RIVER
' H&INJ.ER, UHEE0N
Bctac you let your
He is arcpareil to do all
,1'a P8 r iiANO'Na
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
CLKANLfNKSS Omr Mt
x tx r
Oliver & Oliver's
1 Farm Products AVantcd i
Best Link ok Shoes in the County
Walk-Over ladies' and men's shoes
Three Lake Logging Shoes
AH Work Guaranty rd
Plumbing and Heating
Sheet Metal Work
Keeping Up With the Times
St. fiiU-r.s ia3 Q-ow'rs to l.c Qte a City. Our Store Has
G:'0vr i. Froportior
we iiwj ovei) T( on: NEW quarters and
HAVK A LAR'JE SlOCK OF .AJ
DRY GOODS CLOTHING BOOT
LAIilW ano GENTS rtr
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David C. nmm