St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933, September 12, 1913, Image 5

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l! f imrjiii' hi raismk'
jnili svilli which t') build Uiirt
1,1 tn.nk mail ilmvn tin- G.l-
rivi-r. the fact ri'iiiains
i;:lt tin- mail fmm Hmilton to
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.pair. I!' varilli'HS of tin' nvrr
this mail shuuM he npi rn iJ
,ir trawl between the Ni'lialem
,a'!,y ni.. I this section of the
jlnty. It will imt take much
uiu'V tn r. pai r this roa 1 ho that
: will 1'' ia fairly K"'"l hhan for
ravi'l, ewn w ith heavy loads.
,.,1 fur the benefit f the com-rjni'it-t
of Columbia county
ihiih thi-i roail connects it
;.u;M lie inn1 of the first roads
o I).. r pain (I urn) maintained.
: hn i...-'i said that St. Helens
v;u .shii.v in' a selfish spirit when
iiiii' of t he people of this coin
niiiity were advocating this
a I. b it tie- authors of such
.aiiimnts were miles aw ay from
ic fai't-i. There has never been
a tiiiii1 w hen th" peo.Ii of this
)!ii:i.iu:it v
paper in (.oluirihia county, and:
the success with w hich we have j
met ho far is very encouraging
ami gratifying. At the I
Up there will be people from all !
parts of the western country
and from the last. Manv if
these people have never heard
of Columbia county, hut hi fore
tlu? ...nit special leaves lYndie
ton. everybody will know that
we have one of the best countries
on earth. There will perhaps he
other people at the Koiind-lTp
from Colombia county, and if
there are, we invite them to come
to our car and join the club for
advertising our home county.
hverythintf will he provided for!
' the party; transportation, belt!. ;,
said arid j meals i" a dining car, the very
proposed I ,"'--t"f dining car service, mid re-
I ODOES
HiifUON CillCLK M) 4S, Women of
Wik1 mil, meeU the iccimil atil
(nurih Tueplay afternoon of ewb
rnonih lit lloiilton, III. Mn. Kl
V ik r-tn .in , (iuarilian Neihlor.
cui ii'M', Ore.; Minnie A. Morley,
(.rk.
CHURCHES
Houlton M.K. Church First and
third Sundays 1'reaching at 11a.
in. Sunday kcIiooI every Sunday at
10 a. in. II. O. Oliver, Supt. Kp
worth League. Win. II. Smith,
president, meets every Sunday even-
I ing at 7:;JU, preceeded by a song
j service of twenty minutes conducted
; by the pastor, l'rayer meeting
( iililinl.ia t in .inipn, rut Ni. 77, I.
i-...H.1,1,1e I. o ( . K. IIkII, "-.levt;ry Thur8(iay eveninK ut7::i.
. iihi rni'i ixuriii i n ii rw my oi encii
in. ii. tli, nii'iiiriie; I'ati iiiirhs most
" 'if 'lully inviinl lo mei-t Willi us.
('. C. KuIk j, Cliii-f I'.ttriurcli.
C. W. llLkeslry, ft-ril.
would not have
avTi d a ood road dow n the
;vvr ti connect clatskanie.
;uinry. Mayjrer and Rainier with
,'iMtnd of the county, and it is
'ry pro'iable if a bond election
ut. caile l tomorrow lor ine
-iisiii ol tun. is wild wi.icn lo
jilda i'iad down the river that
t. Helens, IJniiUon. Yankton,
app'i. s , Warren, Deer Island
il ilnble would show as many
otis f t it as would the pre-
oincts in the middle and lower
irti'ins of the county. Taking
he history of road improvement
n the onmty by districts and it
not hard to figure out that this
nil of the county has been build-
!i roads w hile some others have
i"t levh d anything. The roails
sh.AV fi.r tlu inselves. I!ut aside
ruin all these facts, the people
f this community are interested
ii a river road and will do all
diey can to boost i', if it comes
i a place w here they can do no.
'I'"! roads connecting the dif
Un iit portions of the county are
necessary and in advocating such
ruads no special interest should
! pat forward. When the final
'si is made this end of the
e.iunty will be found doinjf its
!Jll share, as it always has done.
served seats in the urandslsnd at
tin' Round I'p eruund-i. The
Special will leave lloulton this,
Inursday afternoon, and will
anive In t'endh'ton Hometime
lurinx the nijfht, so that the
Kreat wild west show will be just
ready to start on its wonderful
exhibitions of frontier life.
mi.l'MI'.IA II()MI..STI'.:,I) No. 2I.VI
l'ri)iliciliiriil i,l Aini-r:i Hii Veoinen,
nit-tit llic neroivl an 1 fourth Wel
ncMtiiy nijjl.t ol ewch inonlh at Yank
ton,()i. ViMtinx iiii iiil erH we'eome.
K. S. I'isson, Hi.iHinil.'c I'oTtnm
!. I'. I.akh, C"oni5dKi lrnt.
Yankton - l'reachintf on second
und fourth Sundays at 1 1 a. m.
Sunday w-hool at 10 a. m. Leader
of class. Mr. Carl K. Olsen.
Warren Preaching at 3 p. m.
on first and third Sundays of each
month.
Other and remote points, week
nights.
W. T. Fairchild. I'astor.
When the school -i open in Ore
gon this month the pupils are re
quired to buy new books all
around. Just why this should
be so in hard to tell, as a rule.
Of course some of the books arc
out of date, but in a majority of
cases fie old books are just as
Kood as the new. This thintf of
chanKif))? the school books every
six years is more of a tfraft than
anything else. It puts thousands
and hundreds of thousands of
dollars into the pockets of school
book publishers and in many in
stances this moicy comes from
families who i-annot alTord it.
Then the book publishers are in
many instances Riven to un
scrupulous methods in charging
more for their books in one state
than in another. Such an in
stance w as had here this year
when one of the concerns was
chartfinjr 2o cents for books here
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J. W. A In., Sir.
Av.n I...il; No i,J RniirlilH ot y . 4,
tH' -1 4 i' wry T'lcUny KmmiI: x in a
ile Hull, Si. llflctm. Vif ltinK K ijjlitf
h1 w hvn h t'lcollll.
M, i:. MilUr, C. ('.
Harolil K..SH, K . of RAS
7(k
sr. ih:i.i:n l.oi'iiK ND.
A V A M. Met-tfi 1st Hint .1.1
Siituiii' in each ni' iit'i. Yiii'inu
hrolhi'm iirilillv welt'omnl. II W
t'lark. Mai-trr; K. IC. (iuii k. SccretH. .
I'ni'e.l A r I i h :i i . h . Aenility No. K0,
tiiir's lir-t ami lint. I Salnr.lay of Mi II
moi th h! K . of I'. Hall. St. Hf V. .
'Illeem: M A , M s. l.i.ii H.'ol.ets ni ;
Mi), nt, M I-)..--;.r; Si c, Mrs Matiel
11.11 , To -.. J. Kill All iilii K A-li-am
me con!i;i!lv invileil.
Columbia County Bank
OLDEST IN THE COUNTY
ST. HELENS, OREGON
Capital . $50,000
Surplu. . . . 10,000
Stockholder Additional Liability 50,000
Total . . $110,000
This is your protection
ichrn yon do business
iith the Columbia Co.
Hank. Four er cent in
terest, pftid on, Snrings
.leeounls. Any amount
ft start an account.
BOARD OE DIRECTORS
Wm. M. Rot, President
L. R. Rutherford, Vice-Pre.
A L. Stone, Caihier
J. S. Allen, At. Caahier
L. G. Ro
k i i i i i 4
that they were selling in Chicago Q
for It) cents. When the state
officers found this thir.: out they
made objection, but not until
several thousand had already
been sold for the exorbitant
nrire. it would be a trood piece
of work for the next legislature j Q
in reneal the law rcnuirimr a ft
v " -
chanKc of text books every six
years and leave that matter up
to the Hate Superintendent ami
the bounty Superintendents or
some other board, the members
of which know trie needs of the
school children.
In order that the people of
'Jri'Kon and Washington w ho at
tend the liuund-Up at I'endleton
may know that there is such a
I'liice as St. Helens. Columbia
county, in Oregon, the Mist has
chartered a special car which
will be loaded with Columbia
eininty people with all the neces-
s;try advertising matter on hand
t show that we are alive. The
Mist special will be hooked onto
'special train leaving Portland
Thursday night, and. it will con
ia"i. m addition to the seven
Viang ladies who are guests of
Mist, about 120 ladies and
K'Mitleinen from this locality,
ev''ry one of whom will be ready
t" tell of the wonderful prospects
f this section of the state. K a
httle canvassing had been done
'"Veral cars could have b-en
f'lh'd, but our time was limited
8n I it was somewhat of an dx
Pcriment. so we limited the
spuria! to one car. This is proba
!ly the first undertaking of the
kind ever taken hold of U a
OREGON
AGRICULTURAL
COLLEGE
BEGINS it" forty fifth tcliool year
irTiMHf i. ''
DEGREE COURSES - m.ny pl.sof
.a.lCULTURC. rNQINtCHINO. MOMt
tCONOM.C. MlN.NO. fORI.TRY. COM
MIHCC PMRMCY.
TWO-YEAR COURSES l Aokicul
tubc howi economic MrcH.N.c
,. rOBlT. COMMCBCt PHRMCY
TEACHER'S COURSES ""l
tr.inh.n, .K.i. ultnie, lom.-.tic icicncr
llll Hit.
MJSIC. imUi'lin fi.uo, b"d
iH.triiiiii-nl!" mut v.me culture.
A DEAUTIFUL BOOKLET rntltlr.1
"TllH KxBtCMMBMT oK Re t. U'K
,n I CTAi.n.Uil will ! niHd free
ou iillcntlon.
A.Ur. H. M- TknhT, R.-Uti.
dwlin-) CoiUi. Ortjtoo.
For Sale Some nice While Or
i.ioirton henH.iilHosome line pullets.
or write. I!nX :til-
V.. II ' - - -
nrt. St. Helens. Ore
' TOW PORTLAND HAIL
Rainier Mineral Soap
The Soap of a Thousand Uses
COMK .ILL YOU P.UXTKUS,
PRLVTEliS and .UKCILLXJCS
und THY .1 JUU OF
RAINIER SOAP
o
C.H.dOHN&CO.
o
M THE HOUSE OF QUALITY 1 II
ied.
These are the essential
features in a typewriter,
possessed ONLY by the
UNDERWOOD
which holds every inter
national Record for
SPEED and ACCURACY
-The Machine You Will Eventually Buy"
UNDERWOOD
TYPEWRITER COMPLY
(INCORPORATED)
68 Sixth Street Portland, Ore.
BRANCHES IN ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES
This best grade Cotton Felt $15.00
Mattress for $12.50. We have regular
S1S.00 Silk Floss Mattress at $15.00
Other Mattresses as low as $3.00. Give
us a call if you need anything in our line
HIZlSKUrOOD & ROSS
UNDERTAKERS
HOUSEFURNISHERS
EMBALM ERS
UtiiLUHimiULUiULUtiiLlAHiLliiiULAAiUt
GET THE HABIT
All Work Guaranteed
Estimates Furnisl
R. CONSTANTIN
Plumbing anJ
Sheet Metal
Heating
Work
St. Helens
of going to
BROWN'S CENTRAL GROCERY
Our prices are right and we aim to please. We
carry Preferred Stock Canned Goods. White
River Flour. Try Them
Uov Stow-ltp
STEAMER
Arrive- .1 Pmtliui.l 1 . A. M.
Arriven St. Iltl""t P. M
F..r Sale "The furniture ami fixt
ure in th.' Ontral Hotel in St.
II.IirM. Will cnsi.ler tral f-r
fll,m property or cash .leal. ITico.
1 D I E
11. MOIKWS S- SOX hare just receired
from Xcir York a beautiful line of
Spring dress goods, tremmcd hats,
and all orer embrodery, and
laces. Yc asl; you to call
and see our new stock
it is worth your
w h i I c .
MO RGUS cSc SON
I-I.
Chris Johnson & Sods
Succewurt to St. Helen Auto Co.
Will positively meet
every train
Autos for hire. Calls
answered day or night
Phone connection
Look for the cars with the
Red Cards
St. helens Oregon
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An Invitation
)S
est ended you,
risit the
to
Favorite Restaurant
everything built new
und clean
Zll SI IIDKHAKKR, Prop.
For Sale 24 white Leghorn pul-1
lets and cockerels; also fancy j
pigeons, several varieties. Tigeons
received blue ribbons at Clatskanie J
Fair. For information and prices
write Robert Hamill. Deer Island
Ore.
Houlton Free Methodist Church
Allen, Felton & Quick
REAL ESTATE DEALERS
INVESTMENTS. KENTALS. INSURANCE. COLLECTIONS. LOANS,
LAND TITLES. APPRAISEMENTS. ADMINISTRATOR. GUARDIAN.
FISCAL AGENT CONVEYANCE. EXECUTOR INFORMATION
AND EMPLOYMENT
ST. HELENS . OREGON
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niul terms reus.
inabl.
L. Kosasco,
St. Helens. Box 142.
Pry Fir Worn 1 for Sale- Delivered
in lloulto-.i and St. Helens.
Wm. Skuzie.
Sabbath School at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 1 1 a. m. and 8 p. m.
l'rayer meeting on Thtrsday even
ing at 8 p. m.
' J. N. Wood, IVstor.
Columbia County Abstract
And Trust Co
Abstracts, Real Estate, Insurance.
Loans, Conveyancing
St. Helens,
Oregon
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