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Salem. O'e, Dee. 1.
W. J. MUCKLE
To the FTtlitor:
MUCKLE HlRDWylRE COAPylAY
O I L N
COWLITZ anJ RIVER STREETS
ST. HELENS. OREGON
KODAKS, CAMERAS, XMAS BOOKLETS.
LETTERS, POST CARDS. BOOKS FOR OLD
nd YOUNG. GUITARS. VIOLINS. BANJOS.
LADIES HAND BAGS. MUalC ROLLS.
GENTLEMENS CARD AND Bill. HOOKS.
PERFUMERY AND TOILET WATERS.
CALENDERS AND NEW YEAR CARDS
A. J. DEMING, Druggist, ST. HELENS
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mi"h.iii'" ta''t" w- m
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. - T V . -
1 " CENTRAL MARKET
J. A. BILL
K. C. KuHKR r-os
Fresh find' Cured .Meats
Fish and Poultry, Produce-
Your Orders Solicited Good Prices Full Weight E
Phone 60 St. Helens, Ore. P
St. Helens Mill Co.
Wo wish to nsk your kind co
operation in. a nioveiuont to con
nect our unemployed with a jol.
There aie undoubtedly many resi
dents of your county who could use
the services of a good hund this
winter und there ure many idle men '
in Portland and other cities in this Jijy
state who would be glad to have a
If you will be kind enough to lun ffi
this letter and attached infornia-1
tion blunk in a few issuas oT your, V,
paper our Iat. will lie called to the(
attention of thosi needing a ham!. 1
Any requests for labor made to our
ollices will at once bo taken up with ,
those who are hunting for employ
ment. Assuring you that your co
operation will bo greatly appreci
ated. I am
Yours very truly.
Oswald West. Governor.
om:R ok kmi loymknt
Nearest railroad station or steam
b at landing
Number, of men or women needed
Character of work offered
(Saves Your Eyes)
(Prolongs Your Lives)
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
DRAY 1 NG AND TRANSFER
All Business' Promptly Attended To
PHONE 15 OR 12
Wages to be paid -.
With or without board and lodg
How long services, if they prove
satisfactory, will likely be needed
This blank to be filled out and
mailed to the Governor's office.
Salem, Oregon, that it niiiv be
brought to the attention of those
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
December 8 to 13, 1913
This will be it notable event in the
history of Oregon.
Farmers' Co-uperati' n will be the
leading topic of a stimulating scrici of
lectures. The week will be rn.wdeii
with discussions, and demonstrations
in everything that makes for the wil
fare of the farmer and home-m 'k. r
WINTER SIIJRT COURSE
January S to 30, 1911
The College has spared no effort to
make this the most complete ahort
course in its history. A very wide
range of courses w ill be offered in Gen
eral Agriculture, iloritculture. Animal
Ilusbandrj, dairying, I'oultry Keeping,
Mechanic Arts, Domestic Science and
Art, Commerce, Forestry and Music
NumcruoB lectures and Uisusoionf on
Farmers' Co-operation, at home and
abroad, will he a leadirg feature.
Make this a pleasant and profitable
winter outing. No tuition. Accommo
dations reasonable. Reduced rates on
all railroads. For further informtaion
II. M. TEN N A NT. Registrar.
CnrvHllifl On-iron I
Farmers' p.usintss Course by Corres
pondercc without tuition.
For Sale A store in a town with
a bright future, 4 large lots includ
ing all buildings and stock with
furnihhed rooms, horse and wagon,
for $12, 000. Parties retiring from
buBiness. Iwpuire Mist office or
Box 73. St. Helenn. lmo
Huy your Xinas Candies for
The Kutest Kupie Kids
You Lver Saw
Little Dutch CJirls
Dainty Dressed Darlings
Also line Kid Bodys only n()c
TOYS of AL
Finest line of gift dishes
outside ot Portland
iivery thing in General Merchandise
OLIVER & OLIVER
WAf. H. DAVIES
ST. HELENS, OREGON
I POPtLAFJ I
1 W ILLU5TPA
n AM) f-SriHATKS rt'HMSMUO O.N
KINDS OF WORK
E. W. KETEL
MY WORK IS T1IK EST RECOMMENDATION
ST. HELENS, OREGON
"WHtTTH SO TOO CAN UNDERSTAND IT"
ACRE AT Continued Stijrr of th World!
frvrm wl,: h you may brum rpjidtng
at Any tim, anfl whu h will hnM yitir
ir.tcrt- t forever. You are living inthbcnt
y.-ar. ofthff mnst wonderful nuf, of what ia
d'Hjlitl- th arrnti-it world in ttif univcrte,
A lebidLnt of Mars wouid Klailly pay
to this magazine in ordtTto krrrj Informed of
cir rroiri-:is in knin.-Tin(? nnl Mrchanica.
Are you radinK il ? Two miihrjt of y,)ur
ntKtilor "re, and It la the favorite maga
zine in thoiitandi of the bett American
homn. It aii'la to all cLiuc old Baa
younn men and women.
The "Rhoa Motaa" Department (34 pn?m)
(rlvee etjr wy li do UnnM liftw to nuike
uiMiful arurlm fir liouieand tttiop. rnHtlra,to.
f. mat'ir TaVrhanira" 10 fMwrna) tella how to
iruki. Mial'n tiirrill'ire, wlrrli-ftitrlta, tfrata
riuUt". fiiMVic. and ill Uie UitnifH a hoy lovii'
.ao rrn rt. himh( copii it cents
worn row rwra saaaptc cowr todav
ltH'UlJVU MFX;iIANK',S CO.
lla W. WIuku H.. t.HK.AMJ
Mrs. Arthur Fowler rcturni-l
Tut!lay from a visit with fricinU
Miss Agneiw IJrown, vhu in
tiachinK Et Happy Hollow, spent
Saturday nml Sunday at Tri-nholni
with her aunt, Mrs. H. J. Mc
Rolert Mclntyreof St. John was
seen on our street Tuesdny.
Mrs. Beanie Gray came down
from Portland and visited several
lays with her sister. Mra. Chas.
Gillarti this week.
The Kev. Nation of the I!:iptist
church at Clat.skanic will hold
services at the school hoti.se Satur- H'dt-n.- and H:ipjiy Hollow the mt
.lay evenintr. tnonili, returned hotiu Sundry.
Aftei n suci-HShful four montha' I'it"rry Society, Sun.l.-.y
M', T ..r, w.i.... S'h,,,', an,, St-h""'
day to spend Christina -t Hills
lioro, after which he will return
'Monday, il'.Mh) and finish up the
year's work of live months.
Mrs. Addie Latin and Miss
Gladys Kretlenhern sjient several
days visiting in I'ortland last week.
paring a proKram uml Chriftna
, tree fur Christmas ev".
1'veryhody who owes the St. IM
ens Mist any money for advei -tisinif
or job work will he called on this
Mr. and Mrs. Holiday went out ..,.,, h fr n H,.tl..m..nt. UV ...u.t
tn the staKe luetulay for a short ,
..... , , - . closo up our hooks by the lirst tit
sojourn with friends before ( hrist- .. . . ,
me jr.u noii wo are K""K 10 initKt'
a call on you. So lie prepared with
Mrs. Myrtle Schneider und child- the money, for we must have it.
ren, who have been vi:itinir In St.) Mist lub. Co.
United States and Oregon
Bureau of Statistics in Cooperation with Weather Bureau, United States Department of Agriculture
rmai estimates or production ami values, based upon prices I)ceinl.er 1, of crops of 191.1 and 1912. in
i.ur.e i oittu's mm 10 tot: ouir 01 iretron, as mane hy the United States Dv
(I'rotluction and value .inures in thousands, 1. e., (too omitted.)
Department of Agriculture an;
Price Dsc. 1 .
I'rice Dec. 1 .
I'rice Dec. 1.
Barley, bushels . .
Price Dec. 1.
Iiyo. bushels ...
l'rics Dec. 1 .
I'rice Dec. 1..
(ri'K'n United States
l!M;i y 19,2 J 1913 2.12 1912
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.70 $ .7f, .W . .49
4 l'J 172 l.fi92,092 1,520, M
1-.717 2 1.0 IK 7G:,S(I 7:iO,'.'C.7
7.r, ,Ti .80 .7i
1 1.7HH ir,,l;i2 1510,122 &.r..r,,2S0
1.1.228 1H.714 1,121,7(58 1 .5 1 K.:t-"i7
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. 15 3,123 227,903 2!2..r.Ml
1.732 ,738 04,110 72.9I
9.00 K.30 12.43 11 79
15188 11,425 797,077 r'0,095