St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933, December 26, 1913, Image 6

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W. J. MUCKLE WASHINGTON MUCKLF.
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KODAKS, CAMERAS. XMAS BOOKLETS.
LETTERS, POST CARDS, BOOKS FOR OLD
and YOUNG. GUITARS. VIOLINS. BANJOS.
LADIES HAND BAGS. MUSIC ROLLS,
GENTl.EMENS CARD AND BILL HOOKS.
PERFUMERY AND TOILET WATERS.
CALENDERS AND NEW YEAR CARDS
5 A. J. DEMING, Druggist. ST. HELENS S
Cut mflumjn j luiiiiiuittHiimi ft i t diai unC
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"33 J. A. BILL
K. C. KOBKRTSON
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CENTRAL MARKET
DEALER IN
Fresh and Cured Meat a
Fish and Poult ru. Produce P
Your Orders Solicited Good Price Full Weight
Phone 60 St. Helens, Ore.
1 St. Helens Mill Co,
Electric Lighting
( Saves Your Eyes)
- Steam Heating
(Prolongs Your Lives)
Lath
Wood
Lumber
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
DRAYING AND TRANSFER
All Business'Promptly Attended To
PHONE IS OR 12
WAf. H. DAVIES
ST. HELENS, OREGON
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ri ANS AM liSTIHATLS I LHMSMLIJ ON ALL
KINDS OF WOWK
E. W. KETEL
vjuhuiI Finishing.
Bricklaying
CONTRACTOR Iff
.Concrete Work
.Plastering
MY WORK IS THE REST RECOM.HEMjATION
ST. HELENS. OREGON
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Salom, (), iVc. 1.
To tho (Alitor:
Wo wish to usk your kind co
oxratiiii In a movement to con
ntvt our unomployed with a job.
There are undoubtedly many resi
dents of your county who could uw
the services of a good hand this
winter and there are many idle men
in Portland and other cities in this
state who would be glad to have a
place.
If you will be kind enough to tun
this letter and attached informa
tion blank in a few issues of your
paper our plan will be called to the
attention of those needing a hand.
Anv requests for labor made to our
offices will at once be taken up witli
those who are hunting for employ
ment. Assuring you that your co
operation will be greatly appreci
ated. I am
Yours very truly,
Oswald West, Governor.
OKKKR OK EMPLOYMENT
Name
Address
Nearest railroad station or steam
boat landing
Number of men or women needed
Character of work offered .
Wages to be paid
With or without board and lodg
ing How long services, if they prove
satisfactory, will likely be needed
This blank to be filled out and
mailed to the Governor's offu-e,
balem. Oregon, that it may be j
brought to the attention of those
seeking employment.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COUESlg
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December 8 lo 13, 1913
This will be notable event in the
history of Oregon.
Farmers' Co-oierati n will be the
leading topic of a stimulating series of
lectures. The week will be crowded
with discussions, and demonstrations
in everything that makes for the wel
fare of the farmer and home-muker.
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Huy your Xmas Candies for
10c a pound
The Kutest Kupie Kids
You liver Saw
DOLLS-DOLLS-DOLLS
Esquimaux Hoys
Little Duteh Girls
Dainty Dressed Darlings
Cheap Dolls
Also line Kid Hodys only BOe
TOYS of ALL KINDSand DESCRIPTIONS
Finest line of gift dishes
outside of Portland
Everything in General Merchandise
OLIVER & OLIVER
HOUIrON, ORKCON
WINTER SHORT COURSE
January S to 30, 1914
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The College has spared no effort to
make this the most complete short 1'oeck Lnuos
course in its history. A very wide i Larabee N O
range of courses will be offered in Gen- Smith I) C "
eral Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal ! Knowles Irving
Husbandry Dairying, Poultry Keeping. McConnell OJ
Mechanic Arts, Domestic Science and
Ait. Commerce, Forestry and Muaic.
Numeruos lectures and disussion on
Farmers' Co-operation, at homo and
abroad, will be a leading feature.
Make this a pleasant and profitable
winter outing. No tuition. Accommo
dations reasonable. Reduced rates on
all railroa.in. For further informtaion
address
II. M. TENNANT. Registrar,
Corvallis, Oregon.
Court Proceeding
Malmsten S V
Powell Virgil
Kriske Aug A
Wilkinson W II
DISTRICT
DISTRICT NO.
Winslow J. S.
IHST. NO. 3
Woodward J.
Mclntyre A
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87 00
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ROAD FUND.
1.
$ 2.r.o
I 25.00
Rurns Al.
Alley I'vi
lusr. no. !.
I'ayne V. W.
I'akko Olof
Lillich K. A.
Uuhsc Thomas
DIST. No. 12.
Hedlund Dun
Shearer Walter
Anderson Carl
DIST. no. 1:1.
Hachman John
Roughner J.
Novotny A.
McMullen K.
ieivors o.
Farmers' Business Course by Corres
pondence without tuition.
For Sale- A store in a town with
a bright future, 4 large lots includ
ing all Luildings and stock with
furnished rooms, horse and wagon.
for $12,000. 1'arties retiring from
business. Inquire Mist office or
Rox 7.1. St. Helens.
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Popular Mechanics
Magazine
"WHfTTIN SO YOU CAM UNDCftSTANO IT
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A raident of Mars would gladly pay
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FOR ONE YEAR'S
SUBSCRIPTION
to thin maKain,in order to keep Informed of
our proKr- in hnKineertngand Mechanic.
Are you reading it? Two million of your
neiKiihor are, and it is the favorite mags
tine in thouiands of the beat American
bom'i It appi als to all classes old and
young men and women.
The "Shot Rates" Dnsrtmest (Sd feces)
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IOI'i;iJl MfXJIIANICH CO.
SI W. WaUnstas Sc. CMKjMiO
! Woodward N.
Columbia Con. Co.
Boyd J.
Woodward II .
Gaittens It.
DIST. NO. 4.
Gaittens Kay
(laittens Uuel
Gaittens Arthur
Mc than James
DIST. no. 6.
Makinster G. W.
Jordan G. W.
Archibald L.
Fowler G. C.
Jordan Harvey
Fowler C. C.
DIST. NO. C.
Johnson J. E.
Burnham Floyd
Burnham John
Deal W. M.
Lowe Mrs. K.
Trow Fred
Western Cedar Co.
Warlters J. C.
Townsend Roy
Flannigan S. L.
Hutchison M. II.
Nutbrown & Sons
M. Ellis & Co.
Rice Frank
DIST. no. 7.
Trow Fred
Atkins A. W.
Brown Ren
Konneland L.
Kilby II. F.
16.7.
7.50
Kuddiman II.
Hiatt W. F.
7.60 Jones A. II
16.751 DIST. No. 14.
'"""Mellinger Terry
Erickson Erick
Dollman S.
Powell V.
Cess"ll E. A.
McDuniel Thomas
Wood Newell
Wootl Albert
Eichman W. C.
Ree. J. W.
Olson I'ete
Reed C.
Mcpherson Robert
-Schillijieit A.
I'urney J, J.
Adams James
DIST. NO. 15
Johnson George
Armstrong C. H.
John A. W.
Hess Credo
Braun Will
DIST. NO. If..
Smith Edwin
Smith Garfield
Cemer C. A.
Smith Charles
Wilson 'l. A.
UKNKHAI, ItOAl) FUND.
Felton K.
Callahan M.
6.00 Xostrby J.
15.00 Langs F.
15.00
2.50
2.60
.'.75
29.37
10.25
5.00
17.50
10.25
5.00
15.00
2.60
8.75
2.60
2.75
31.00
107. 30
8.75
38.60
2.60
5.50
.75
21.08
5.00
3.10
10.00 '
5.00
12.50
6 60
2.75
1.25
1.25
1.00
41.00
14.00
12.50
21.88
23.13
32.50
2.50
5.00
32.60
14.38
15.00
15.00
8.50
7.60
3.00
83.70
10.00
5.00
10.00
18.75
33.75 1
33.75.
40.!K)
12.50
33.75
25.00
Lunge Gus 21.00
Pringle William 2M.20
Van Orshoven J. L. 49.X0
Callow George 7.M)
Meldtt A. 7.60
Lofstrand Frans 2.M)
Richardson Harry 2.50
Chipman C. E. 2.60
Northwest Door Co. 17.61
Nelson Charles 10.00
Reall & Co. 37.70
Columbia Con. Co. 30.75
Fogel Max 4.50
Roberts William 3.K5
Honeyman Hardware Co. 110.88
Pacific Tent and Awning Co. 137.C0
Backus Orrin 41.69
Columbia Co. Abstract Co. 23.70
Hanson Chris " " 94 20
Siercks E, itness S. Pendei 1C 40
Herbrinu Karl '
Hunter II V
Sherwood F II '
Duncan J B
Olson Mrs Carl "
Olson Mrs Carl "
FryJM
Ramsey Geo W "
Bates George "
Hunter II P
McNaughton F D
Flynn J II
Bates Mrs R E "
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20 00
. 15 20
13 00
grand jury 3 00
S. v Pender 6 00
21 80
12 80
23 80
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21 20
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82 15
LEASE AND STOCK FOR SALE
160 acre farm with 20 acres in
cultivation; have 4 year lease which
' j will be sold very cheap and at a
cheap rental. Also 6 head of milch
15.00 cows, team, hack, harness and
6.00 farming Implements, household
35.00 gootls If desired, Prices reasonable.
7.00 terms cash. Fair buildings. About
31.25 j 4 1-2 miles from Deer Island. Fine
I out range.
7 ro' 2tp W. S. Francis. Deer Island.
JlOlfWABOfORlOG
2.50
2.60
7.60
10.00
A black, tan and white Colli
tloir. answers to name of ''Mack
lost back of Deer Island. L"t seen
30.30 at the Rutterfleld place. H f"1'
10.25 lar and chain. $10 reward will be
0.65 paid for recovery of same.
6.30 Mrs. Jack Appl.ton, Deer Island.