St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933, March 25, 1921, Page PAGE NINE, Image 9

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    THE. ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY MARCH 25, 1921
PAGE NINE
Removal Notice
The Baltimore Res
taurant will, about
April 1st. move from
its present location
to the 'building for
merly occupied by
Thos. Roy, where we
hope to meet all old
patrons and ' many
new ones.
Jas. Parsons, Pi op.
Want Ads
MIMTH cliuMiriri a1 bring
ivmiIu ami i liu 0!(t. ()ua cent
n i! un Iknu, with m mlulmum of
lir for tlio first Invert Iud.
FOR SALE
Kill BALK (Jlioup Khode IhIuikI
HimI luyliiK ImiiB. Mm. Gun Ilegle,
Hi. llcmiH, Ori'Kuii. 1B-2X
Kill SAI.K Elslil youtiR plgg; 1
l lii!i(l China mow; 1 l'ul. ml Chlua
Kilt. J. M. Ifurkhead, Warren, Ore.
I'honu 108K14. 18-31X
I'fill SAI.U Shadulund EcllpHO Heed
:iin ami llurliunk 8eod potatoes.
!' II. Lund, Wa.TGii, Ore. Phone
13tf.
Kill BALE Now oroRon Htraw-ln-rry
ulunta; f,o cenU per 100 or
tvuu per 1UUU. Jlomor lillllnvH.
Iloultiin, Ori'Kon.
16-11
I'Olt HAI.K White leghorn hatch
Iiik i'kkhj Boioct matuiiig from
Tankard utruln; per sotting, $1 60.
A. T I,uwn, lloulton, Ore. 13-41
I FOR SALE At a bargain. Good up-wrli-ht
piano in flrHt cln.fi coodi
lloii. Mrs. I, J. Van OmhoTeu,
Kt. Ilolona, plione 82 W.
Does It Respond?
When you put your foot on the starter, does your
motor respond? When you start up a hill does your
motor respond, or do you find yourself complaining
about the quality of gasoline? It isn't the gasoline.
It's your motor and we can put it in condition to do the
work it ought to do. We'll make it respond for you.
Bring your car or telephone and we will call for It.
HARMS BROS.
' Expert Auto Mechanics
Shop One Block East of Depot
Tl. ISM-J Ht. ll.lim, Oregon
Agent for
Goodrich Tires and Tubes
K)Il SALK Ono Peoria soodor; b
d Ik(h, uh koikI an new; all at a bar
KHiii. Apply John Gabrlolion,
Warn n, Ore. Phone 3K21. 13-3U
I'Oll BALK Iluy your carnation!
lit the Saippooae t lorlyt and at oni
third limn than Portland price.
Mrtt. Mary Turner, Scappoose, Ore
13-tf
KOll SALK It high grade young
hwoh, one reglitered ram, ana
about 18 Iambi, at a bargain.
Kumoy liroi., 3cappooie, Or.
' ll-ltx
KOll SALE New blue serge suit,
with extra punts; size 88 bust;
lullor mado. Sue O'Malley. 14-tf
KOll IlKNT Eight room houso near
Tuimls Court In St. Helens. Close
In. Modurn conveniences. Mrs. H.
J. Antiunion, lloulton, Ore. 14-lz
roil SALE No. 1 clorer hay;
whoat and Shadeland Challenge
sued oats and sued potatoes. Ham
nmrbeck Bros., Warren. Phons
1KG. n-tf
FOR SALE Hay, 20 per ton; Bur
I bank sued potatoos; liarred Rock
i-KKH for batching, $1.26 per set
ting. Wm. Skule, Warren, Ore.
l'honu 8K13. - 13tf
KOll SALE A classy thoroughbred
Hulmuiu bull, calf three and one
half months old. Also Hurbonk
hoi'd potatoes. John Josephson,
Warren, Ore. Phone GF21 14-2-t
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Mill SALE Wbito Leghorns and
lllac.k Minorca and lthodo Island
Keel eKgs for hatching $1.26 per
Bolting. alHO day old chicks. W1I
liuiu Holm, Warren, Oregon. lfi-3x
1'OILTIIY KOH SALE Mue Rhode
lxlund Hods, throe white yearling
hens and one July hatched. Roost
er. Splendid layers. Your offer
is my price. J. t McDougall, Uo
bl, Oregon. - 14-lx
; KOH SALE One span work horses,
weight 3000 lbs. . One brown
home, good and true, weight 1600
lbs. Two small horses, one cor
ured back, one heavy harness and
one honvy wagon. Prices right.
Oeorgo W. Grant, Scappoose, Ore.
13-tf
KOH SALE Loganberry tips, $25.00
per thousand. Also Oregon Mar
shall, .Magoon, Wilson and Qolq
Dollar Ettasberg 80. Strawberry
plants grown on new land and
free from root woavll aud crown
bore. Joseph Schultz, 11. 8, Box
45, Salem, Ore. Phone 98F4.
13-4 U
Where Do You
Keep Those
Valuable Papers?
P VERY man has papers pertaining to his business
or family which he wouldn't lose for a farm. Yet
many of them little realize the advantages of safety
and conveniences afforded by Deposit Vaults and
Boxes.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF BCAProOfcJB
SINCLAIR WILSON. President
DAVID M'KINNON WILSON, Vlaa-Presldent
EDWARD . WIST, Caililer
'l'linl anil Surplus $80,000 United State lkHliory
'OH SALE At a bargain, now diver
iijts. ti V4 to 7-inch inuah and 40
ply, U and 4 0-ply, T Harbours
twine; tilso, a small amount of 40
ply G and 7-twlno, Harbours. Ad
dress Chinook Packing Company,
Chinook, Wash. H II
KOll SALE Team of uiaros, woighi
14 50 lbs. each. Sound and tni.
harness and wagon. Also harrow,
plow, rake, disc and mowing ma
chine and other farming imple
ments. All In good condition at
bargain prices. W. E. Uiborson. St.
Helmut, Oregon. 14-3x
l'OIl SALE New 16.ft. skiff, wsll
built and good hoary wort Doai,
only $45. Oood motor boat, 26
font and good engine. Oood work
ing oruer, a big bargain. Writ r
sea John Omundsoa, P. 0. Box 212
SI llelans, Orsgon tf
KOU SALE Two first class young
i ........ ....u Tm-.uT Durham and
Wf., WMW - -' '
one Guernsey Durham. Una
cream separator, 600 pounds ca
pacity, in perfoct order and at
half price. Come and r tham.
Tonus- given if desired. T. S.
11 tf
1 Ml HID I'Tou
Morroll, Deer Island, Oregon
FOR SALE 1918, 6 passenger Max-
wbii automobile In excellent condi
tion. Price very reasonable. Mrs.
O. Garrison, Warren, Ore., Phone
FU. 16-2X
FOR SALE Loganberry tips. Large
neauny plants szz m. Clark Seed
ling strawborry plants $4.00 M.
Any quantity, same prlco. W. R.
Woodworth, Estacada, Ore. 15-2x
FOR SALE One medium sized wnrV
horse. Also one saddle pony. S.
Wellborn, Warren, Ore. 13-3-tx
CORD WOOD FOR 8ALE Four foot
or is inch cord wood. Delivered
$7.00 per cord. W. R..Thomas, St.
Helens. , 16-2-t
FOR SALE Rhodo Island Red ens
for hatching. $1.25 iper setting. J.
F. Ryan, St. Helens at Dick Robin
son place, Deer Island road. 15-tf.
FOR SALE Two milk cows. Hol-
steln-Jersey, will soon be dry, or
will trade for fsh cows. Also
white Leghorn hens for sale. Peter
Damis. St. Helens. Oregon.
FOR SALE Or will trade for dry
cattle. Coming rour year old colt,
also Kenwood stump puller, cable,
etc, all In first class condition.
Address J. Vandescheure, Warren,
Ore. i6-3x
Hha State It Mildly
While suffering with a severe at
tack of the grip and threatened with
pneumonia, Mrs. Annie H. Cooley, of
Mlddlefleld, Conn., began using
Chamberlaln'i Cough Remedy and
was very much benefited by its use.
The pains in the cnest soon disap
peared, the cough became loose, ex
pectoration easy ant. In a short time
she was as well as ever. Mrs. Cooley
says she cannot'speak too highly In
praise of thia reined.
.
HAD TO BE
"My wife says that I am not Indus
trious and that I drink." "vll w
of that?" asked his friend. "Only
this, a man has to be industrious to
find anything to drink these days."
FOR SALE! A good farm 6 miles
west or Rainier. 209 acres, sixty
acres under cultivation, one half
balunce pasture. Large "barn,
water. "Address Jared Wilson,
Rainier, Oregon. 2x
TAKEN UP And held for charges
tine nrown mule, weight about
1150 to 1200 ipounds. Owner can
have same by proving property and
paying charges. George W. Grant,
Scappooso, Oregon.
FOR SALE Fine burl walnut piano
in nrst class condition. Cash or
terms to reliable w3oplo, also some
pieces of furniture. Call at first
house on the hill back of scho 1 or
box 687, St. Helens, Oregon. 15-2x
FOR SALE One bay mare, weight
, about 1000 lbs; gentle and good
worker, slnglo or double; price
$25.00. Team of black mares,
weight 2300 lbs; no better for their
size. Harness and good 3-inch wa
gon. All for $200.00. Bert Hoff
man, lloulton, Ore. Phone 19F25.
.4-tr.
EAT UNCLE WALTER'S HONEY.
Remember, we sell bee supplies. All
nive, complete, 14.7&; super 8
frame, complete, $1.85; super 10
frame. complete. $2.00: 10 B
frames nailed and wired, $1-00.!
Brood found, 85c per pound; sec
tion found, 90c per pound; sec
tions, $2.20 per 100; smokers
veils, etc. Walter Carrlngton, Reu
ben, Oregon. (Railroad station,
Gobi.) . 15-4
DRY WOOD FOR SALE Old growth
fir cut in any length, for furnace
or cook stove. We sort our wood
and furnish you the kind you want.
You will get no big knots or aappy
pieces for your cook stove and if
you want furnace wood, we will
furnish Just the kind you want.
Price $7.60 per cord delivered. Oak
wood, cut any length, $10 per cord
delivered. Give us a trial order
and you will be satisfied. Hill and
Hegele, Phone 31J, St. Helens, Or
regon. 14-tf.
MISCELLANEOUS
TREE PRUNING If you want your
fruit treea properly pruned or
sprayed, call Phone 1F4. 11 tf
A want ad In the St. Helens Mist
Is read in every section of Columbia
county. Get the Mist want-ad habit.
TO TRADE Will trade for a good
cow or sell cheap for cash one set
of heavy work harness. Brand
new, never used. A. Warr, Box 44,
Deer Island, Oregon, Butterfiela
ranch. 14-t-2
WANTED
WANTED Snap shots or pictures of
standing timber, logging scenes,
agricultural, Industrial and sport
scenes. Big catches of trout, scen
ic views of Columbia river and
fishing streams. Nice homes, log
ged off lands, land clearing aad
cleared lauds and small saw mills;
stock sceues, cattlo, horses, sheep,
goats or any other scene that
might Interest a homeseeker In Co
lumbia county. Send pictures to
Secretary, St. Helens Chamber of
Commerce, St. Helens, Oregon,
with explanatory notes on oack of
picture. 13-3
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Waterman fountain pen load
ed with purple Ink. Finder will
be rewarded if pen Is returned to
this office. 14
HOW COULD HE TELL
Pat O'Rlarlty was up, charged
with assault and battery.
The judge fixed him with a steru
eye and demanded If he was guilty.
Pat looked bewildered.
"How can I tell, yer honoh," said
ho, "until I've heard the evtdenceT'
EDDIE'S PLACE
HAGBART BORDALS
Confectionery, Cigars, Candy
A Pleasant Place to Spend an
Hour at Pool or Games.
Soft Drinks.
Pool Hall Phone 132-W
ST. HELEN'S
THEN, AND NOW
The meat peddler of the old days, who killed his own
live stock and then sold the meat from the tail of a.
cart, is gone from our larger towns and cities. He was
a pioneer and did good service but he couldn't keep up
with his job. Crude methods have given way to new
ideas in sanitation and distribution.
Our sanitary methods of handling meats is a safeguard against
contamination and you are ashurcd of the best the market pro
duces. MORTON & WILSON
TWO MARKETS
Central Market Phone (0 Strand Market Phone 4
PicklesPickles
We have the largest stock in town. We buy them
in big quantities and sell them at the right prices. On
your next grocery order, include an order for some of
the following.
Dills, per dozen. .....35c
Sweet Mixed, per pint .30c
Plain Sweets, per-pint.... 35c
Plain Sour, per pint ..30c
Mustard Pickles, per pint 45c
Bulk olives, very choice, per pint. .... ,50c
Sauerkraut, per qt 15c
All these are in bulk and are exceptionally good.
Do you Like Cheese? We have Brick cheese,
Limburger and Swiss cheese.
r FRESH VEGETABLES Every day we receive
a shipment of fresh and choice vegetables. We guar
antee satisfaction and price. Let us supply you.
Our Meat Department
In addition to the choicest cuts of meat, we have
other articles you may want.
Our Own Make Lard, No. 5's .$1.05
Our Own Make Lard, No. 10's $2.00
Bacon Back, Very Choice, per lb .40
.On Friday and Saturday we have fish, and fresh
crabs. - ; -j
You will like HALLBERG'S UNIQUE BACON
AND HAMS.
YOU DON'T HAVE TO CARRY WE DELIVER
Columbia River Meat Co.
BU HUu, Or.
Rutherford Building
Phono 80
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