St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933, April 22, 1921, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7

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    T H E ST. H E L E N S M IS T . F R ID A Y A P R IL 22. 1921.
[PUBLICANS FOR BONUS
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'ppihuiilM «r e I «lnp locai «il UH fUHt * * * * * * * *
i « « t
uh ihey upply, however. whll« ihuri
Kugene I hhuui I 20 building permit»
o r» uliout « l i ....... appllcaiilH for « v « r y in March, totul $3«.775,
UtlM' . MniilMi» Im fini I « Again <b> Joh optili in o lh «r fin «« of IndiiMtry,
State
Inatitutlona except
blind
,„ ih -fi'n d m <>f »'ouiilry I lltt MM'OHI h h I i OW.
•chool filled lo oveivlowlng.
I !.. H««
’I h« huri'iiu wariiK thut furia lianda
Ileedaport planing mil liiua order
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who ve nlu r« io deflne how many for doom lliti wfl' I.i k • iwi uioptha
hoiir« a duy tliey tir« » l l l l n x lo wurk
Klfih oil tlrll oik company operat-
I u a SIIIN'' CON. I»
April 20.
L , il„ lull providing “ »» ohuh for Hlund u poor «Mance of nettili« joba iim In Klainath Kalla district.
Kugene wlll vote on $75,000 bridge
T h « g«n«rul arale rncognizml In
l “'1 (i|i|l
i .illm a « r ilio « 'll I»
! .
• ■ » v«d in the W orli» KiiintuH ih « prlnulpal p r ò » I n « alati mil atreet lion da at June eloctlon.
Heedaporl culling 10,000.000 feet
f ' tt,n i„. i . i i i i k n I ucdi I I iiiiiimi II u I m accordimi lo bureau officiala, runa.
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i n » final paiiHii»;« I» l''or erperiemed hauda from 125 to pulp wood for Oregon I'lty paper mill.
Albany votea $40.000 for addition
150 a inouth lurcordlug lo «xperl»
»f K«publUun l«»»l
" » r e ) f'»r sitigli» muli, unii from $40 o Mudiaon school.
Oranla l*uaa atrlke of gold, platl-
lo $i>5 for murni'd muli w hoarewlll-
r i.. hill propos»'« lo iiii'i'l l h . ua
inm and Iridium yields $712 per ton.
|UI ,,i,¡
■ i» i « i In
v .lM M M by Inx lo live on farina with llieir fumi
Manner to have flouring mill and
lutai y«ar. thu p«uk year of
F' 1|I,,
, ! I. ■ Ml lor till'll «lililí» liua.
li rlrlr plant on Indian creek.
fumi wuK«a, ili« Hcale ran $40 io $«f,
„
(
fimi
«imiiilu
und
»llatinct
ÉlV I»*l'
Hood Itlver Tw o new lumber
. #g
, iiiuratlon
Hriufly aliti for alimi« meli and $50 to $H0 for rompanlea organized here.
merrled men.
ih.' ■ i
1
WVaton
Much new eijuipment for
T h e Immediate prosperi la thut lighting ayHlrm to be Inalalled.
r'l Ail in
' 1 v , r " l,u y ' ,,r ** 0 « f
harveat
wax«a
thia
y«ur
wlll
h«
L f,,i ».« h »lay's lioin« Horvlro und
Collage drove Street Improve­
i,,, . ,
i I hv ' h ovurui'uu Horvlrii uround $5 a day «a compared with ments ordered by city.
nrtng III'
1,1 '' x ,' « hh o f 00 day«, $i Inai year, III« Kaiiaua Immuti ri­
T h « Draln-DIvIde hlghwuy to be
,l„, mil ,■. 11 y or nuvul forrea of porta.
puved, 14 mllea lo roat $495,480.
e jjn|ti
I" I VMM April i».
New d al« highway bridge» in 1921
It; uni llll) I, 101». HUtll «uni.
tlieae $519,700 were left over from
u
f " I I , t „ II« pu Id In 10 EXPERT SENT TO All)
1920
L | |t|.
I) i un i a 11 in « h I h . and If
Kugene
15 mile» highway above
SALEM FRUIT GROWERS Itlue
than I ■ " " I» i|uur(«rly Inalali
river lo lie surfaced
K ui N i of ' '■ i ■>ndlttwti«<l Unit lit«
Iluker
$1,000 000 for Improve­
W ASIIINtiTO N, I» C Aprii 21
bell noi exceed
ment» programmed In city for 1921.
fcvu »i«l Ui« ov«rh«uH « « r v l r « pay K It l'allthorp, con neri ni with th«
I'ortlund woolen mllla at Kt John»
Xjll i;,.t
»I $t»25 tt> any one department of agrlrulture ua un «x now running night and day— wool
peri
in
ih
«
harveatlng
and
hantlllng
cheap
LrHi'ii
A,i .
• « r V I r « r e r llflr iil« of fruii - for ahlpmont, iiaa t«»»n de
Maker county ha» moat acre» arid
talled
from
Spokato*
io
conduci
rx-
,i", w h.i
iiirr«u«i'» th« udJUKt«d
land under cultivation.
perlmental
work
al
Ralein
in
rtinuec-
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a I low h 4 G
Portland
Willamette
Iron
and
T, ,,.ni )..•■ .niti «i in. romiMiund li» 'lon with Ih« Ori'Kiui t'o-oporullve Steal to build $150,000 boiler »hop.
Kroll
tirowera'
uaaorlullon.
Ih
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L,.,i
N '«.ira, lh « wholi
T. I! Wilcox lo erect $100.000 hoa-
Kmanuel hospital will erect
L,uu i.. .. 1 1 ■ ! i • upon lh « d«uth of parlm«iil advlaed Senator MrNury, uh pltul
rt-ilf .i.i
a-
liiHiiranr«.
and lo» una reaponalble for lurreualnx thè $32.000 dormitory.
ttiuiu « i N-h th« ippllr.n l inay Imi upproprlutlon for thls purpoau $10,-
Hood Itlver
\ev. box factory wlll
f , 'jo p. . » ni of i ! i « totul amount OOii in ih « lunt ugrlrulturul uppro- lie running »hortly.
InilU'lMip Inlrri'ii from lh « third prlallon lilll gettlng $:io,ooo all (old
Portland— W age» of »tone cutters
Ilia fill I ''.ir. InrlUHlv«. and HO
The Oregon growera want th« help In nine plunta tier« advanced from
[■ ,
i . 111 y iiin« hut we«n the of ih « department «Xpert In packing $H to $9
and nmrketlim yeara and other frulli»
■ith .ml '
Niii'ih years
Condon building a 12-room school
: \. ..
. I l mi n lux a hi, w hlrli and alati hla ntlvlre ahoul barily cauli with gymnasium
,v .i.
I n paym«nt of $1 75 f i o » era and olher vegelablea shlpped
Southern Pacific to apeml $100,-
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,«» vtee in i he Eaal, whlch u»*«d aolue rhanx« In 000 on yard Improvement» at llo»e-
Vi»•
» o lir » « of votaiionui ili« mi'ihoit uf ahlpplux ami pueklim. burg
V i :ir
' . ' p.i V|H«li I III .1 In »• v
140 fi»'i rent of udju.ted aer-
TO VETERANS OF WAR
r P»*
i Farm i" home aid th« umouiil |
laudili In I hu Koveriimunt for auch
I- .i
ln fi*■ i n ul high«» <
lin U n
i i n l •»•rvlri» pay.
I l'onmllu y lhe Jusll«« o f i h In p r o - |
—
iil. lin cl U i y lo in«et II, |f H ran]
i mut with il Infunile« lo Ih « pulì
ri.- m i.
ly fid*oWH
V ili '
’ #1 "»I and I n i » will thaï <
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ii‘ il I hl ouKhout I h»'
p«ulr:X '•
ni .|«r th « lerni« of Ih«
III’
It I-
' i n ult lu u rriv« ul th«
I
i l - it in • >tj n t timi
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rryutu
• uillitary und nuvul !
^rvu-i on i ■ I...I lu K m lit > 11 1 cl uvuil I
'•■if i.f i.
provlalon« of th« ad !
Ji'"l ■
P.n |ilun K « » « r a l l y de
hind .i
• tit m h plun, and th« !
«limita » i If « v « r y one entitled I
«reto ahem1 1 1 apply for the adjust
•m ir...... ri I f I* ui« K»'ti«rullv re ,
*<l I«
ih« certificete plan.
iATURGDM
FIX TU R ES
HI’ MMONH
In the Circuit Court o f the State o f
Oregon, fo r the County o f Colum­
bia.
Frank M. Mile». William A. Mile»,
Kugene Mile», Sarah Elizabeth
Mile», Orace H. Downing
Jennie
Cole Cora llupert, Mary E Butler
and Lucy A. Wharton, Plaintiff».
VH.
Segarlln C Knighton and Bertha A.
Knighton, husband and wife, An­
na B. Harrington,
Mary Emtna
Parker, Alonzo Knighton and Al-
tnlna Knighton, husband and wife
Fred K. Slruve and Anna K. Struve
htiRhand and wife, Harry Struve
and Leorene Struve, husband and
wife, Mary Struve and Lassella Mr-
Clusky, also all other person» or
parties
unknown claiming any
right, title, estate Hen or Interest
In the real estate described in the
complaint herein. Defendants.
To Segarlln C. Knighton, Bertha
A. Knighton Anna B.
Harrington,,
Mary Emma Parker, Alonzo Knight­
on, Allrnlna
Knighton.
Fred
K. I
Struve, Anna F, Struve, Harry Struve
Leorene Struve, Mary Struve and
Lassella McClusky, also all other
persons or parties unknown claim­
ing any right, title, estate Hen or In- i
(erect In the real estate described In
the complaint herein. Defendants.
We can furnish you the kind of
printed sales letters and circular*
on HAMMERM1LL BOND that
will get your message in the right
way to the man who can buy
your goods.
Use more printed salesmanship.
Ask us.
E v ery th in g
Wldt-t»r» .nl unemployment In the
ties h;t .i. .it«d a drift back to the
irtu u: | .. ii«v«d >n* farm labor
liorta« brought about during the
T r'-|..
,•! fciiiTuI and atuto em-
I
•
. . I o lO'lll
Farm I .unis In ihe great grain
ill id th»- . . h i riil states are report-
it wages
greatly rts-
lao'l i ci i ,t«d with a year ago
larm.ii » h o for several years
*T* •'"■h Ni.il to grant almost
r"ii'•
to lutior to tiring
''
Ill'll, ar« In H p< nit ion
»» ir to
tate terms of employ- :
1'1"
to employment ugor.-
<»ff|«t:i
ii.'ti too. th« farmer;
,f*"" H' 1« 1 l«m this year o f hold
r 'I ' iaii !!, cost o f production h«
|irb«s of farm $ H
» ' n 1
■ ally Is try lug u> g«l
*
little h«lp us posslhl»'
In Kiiiisaa this year
i»»razi> $lu u month, hoard and
_ ,lk’
nil $20 less than u
l“i r **o, Hi« fr «e «mploynient hu-
lat« reports.
W. II
■‘‘»ii. Ml- •» i labor iomml»sl»ti«T
probabl) » I I I not b«
J"', 1
f irm labor Ibis year
0,1 **•*
Oh* M y will he minli
'»er t|la,i m any w u r slnre 1915."
L * . *0»
Dakota a survey dls-
thut t ,.ni labor for spring und
, , '" " ‘t ' "h was plentiful at from
in, 10
a nion,li as compared
Fixture makers have been on the job with
a vim in new productions. W ith these we are
stocked to supply you.
You are planning on a new bathroom this
year? Then call on us before selecting fixtures
Tell us what you necn
and we will gladly call.
W e have supplied many
enterprising farmers and
can supply you.
"
bi«ri a « demanding ex
i,„ ....... 1 " after worrying along
-
with any sort of
N
,lrr
for this jpopu-
an,l well known car and
1 De pleased to demon-
s,ra’ e at any time.
C*R FOR H IR E — D A Y O R
N IG H T
lacks-mith Shop in Connec­
tion.
tires
This is necessary because engine operation causes a
steady accumulation o f road dust, carbon, fine metal par­
ticles and other impurities in the crankcase oil. This gritty
oil circulates through your engine, impairs its performance
and ultimately leads to rapid depreciation and repairs.
Farm Equipment Company
llurvuy & Hatton, Proprietors,
T o meet this need. Modem Crankcase Cleaning Service
has been established by first-class garages and other deal­
ers co-operating with the Standard Oil Company. These
garages and dealers use Calol Flushing Oil, — the scien­
tific agent that cleans out old oil, dirt, grit and other
impurities, and does not impair the lubricating efficiency
of fresh oil used. Tlse cleaned crankcase is refilled with the
correct grade of Zerolene.
Look for the garage or dealer displaying the sign shown
below —it means "Better operation and longer engine life,"
S T A N D A R D O IL C O M P A N Y
(California)
MODERN
CRANKCASE
CLEANING
SERVICE
We use
CA10L FLASHING OIL
ZEROLZNE
THE U N I V E R S A L C A R
T h e F o rd S ed an
S a v in g D o e s N o t
M e a n H o a r d in g ..
H E R E 'S a vast difference between the two. anu
to scrimp and sacrifice too much is quite as bad
Consistent saving means to keep a reasonable part
of your income for surplus, to go on accumulating.
Hoarding is usually a mania which causes one to de­
ny himself even necessities as well as luxuries, and
does neither the person good nor his community.
A Savings Account here at the Columbia County
Bank encourages reasonable saving, and you get a
substantial rate of interest on your money.
^ ■ ^ H I S splendid car is growing more popular every day. because every
I day the demand for the enclosed car increases in volume, and when-
- X - you think of the Ford Sedan, with all its coni:oris and conveniences
—an enclosed car, handsome in appearance, room, or iive passengers.,
nicely upholstered, sliding plate glass windows which make it an open
car in a minute or so or a tightly closed car that is dust proof and water
proof— ready for service every day of the year, rain or shine, summer o r
winter, and then think that this car is lower in price than any touring car
(except the Ford car) and you will not wonder that we ask you to leave
your order for a Sedan as soon as possi le that we may be able to give’
you reasonable delivery.
O f course, you cannot forget that matchless and reliable "Ford After-
Service" that follows every Ford car the world over— always within
arm’s length a reliable Ford dealer or authorized Ford garage that can
tune up your car and keep it in running condition every day in the'
year. W e want your trade.
“ W E H E L P T H E O T H E K I I I.I.OW "
S H E R M A N M. M IL E S
President
J. H. H U T C H IN S O N
Cashier
FIELDH0USE MOTOR CO.
Authorized Ford Dealers
Line o f
'M *
\I X KSHOItIKH
1 Nil
WRLCH & H A N S O N
Proprietors
West Ht. Helens
better
operation
and Ion
enëùie
evpc
as not at all.
T,1E UODGF. A G E N C Y
The manufacturer of your automobile recommends, In
the Instruction Book for your car, that the crankcase be
drained out and flushed and then refilled with fresh oil at
regular intervals.
Clatskanie, Oregon.
The Plumber
T
DEPOT GARAGE
Cl new
But cleaning the crankcase is a job generally disliked
and neglected.
At last we are stocked to show you all that
is new in plumbing and bathroom fixtures.
» wligas
------------— * -------------
A I* uriner Cureil of KhouwatlNm
" A man living on a farm near here
» «• n a short time ago completely
Teibh-d up with rheumatism. I hand-
d him a bottle of chamberlain's Lln-
■ iii nt and told him to use It freely ”
,
P. ltayder, Patten Milla, N. Y.
A I' . 1 i. .> later he walked into the
'.oil! . straight as a string and band-
' d me a dollar saying, give me an-
iti.er bottle of Chamberlain’s Linl-
ii » » m ; I want it in ,ne house all the
time for it cured me.”
o p e r a tio n
10 WORK. G O IN G
B AC K T O L A N D
•ninth pubi i,, ,t year.
11 llllnm ih« utur« department i>f
’r r‘ 1
irm lunula going hack
■. _ * f,r
>fid accept teg the cut
ior i.\ consecutive and successive
I ' k-: commencing with the Issue o f
'»poi 15, 1921 and ending with the
!■' ue of raid papey, May 27th, 1921,
i 'Ji uant to an order of the above
entitled ( ourt, date and entered on
Im: l 1 1 ii day o f April 1921.
JOHN A. o ltiC K W ITH
Attorney for Klaintlff. Post of-
’ " Address, 1 M3 Kenton Bldg,
Portland, Oregon.
[W hile the Salesman W a it»
O matter what kind
of implement you
want, we can supply you
and deliver it at your
farm at the same price,
or possibly less, as you
would pay in Portland
R. CONSTANTIN
In the name o f the State of Ore­
gon you are hereby reuulred to ap­
pear and answer the complaint filed
against you In the above entitled
suit on or before fhe 27th day of
May 1921. said dao- being th-.' ‘ ate
of last publication and lx weeks niter
the first publication of this summons,
and If you fail to ho appear and an­
swer said complaint, for want there­
of the plaintiffs will apply to the
Court for the relief prayed for In
their complaint, to-wlt:
For a decree of the above entitled
Court declaring plain' It to 1.« the
owners In fee simple of Lot number­
ed twenty-one (21
in Block num­
bered Seventeen ( I t ) in the City of
St. Helens, Columbia County State
of Oregon, and that the ael -nd - it
he forever barred of any claim, right,
title or interest therein, and for sue!»
other and further relief a in < tu1 1 y
shall seem meet and unto justice
shall appertain.
This summons Is served upon yon
by publication In the Si Helena Mbit
in motor
in Farm Machinery
Plumbing t o o — of all kinds.
No clean up is complete unless all sanitary
precautions have been taken.
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