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    THE ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, M A Y 6, 1921.
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NEW TEACHERS’ COURSE
AT STATE AG. COLLEGE
It.
M. Ileirree Offe reil
KtinlentH uni!
Kx|MTienc«Nl 'le m liern W in, I’liui
V im nl iianiil
1 Tuelilni;.
lo tni'et tlm m i l ,,f Ort-Kon nruile
.m,t It I k Ii Hi'hool for more i|iiulif|e<!
."iieherH of vorutlunal BUhJect*, the
eni, hoard of Inyher eirrlculu nun
authorized u new decree courne In
v xitlimml edtiiulion lit Ihe etute col-
h■*'“
T i l l , will allow Htudents who
, i ! ,h lo leach hui .'I i HUhJectH it a ui?ri-
' .111 Ure, lii,me eeonomlCH, eiiKtneer-
"
uhd eommeree o la k e hh much
of , o h as I , needed for effective
.e .chliiK, without extreme Hpectulizu-
tlull ill u technical subject.
Kxperlenced
teacherH,
no rm al
' *",ol c r a d u u l e
end ntuilcntH from
other rolli'KCH, may net their credits
a, , . pied In the new enurse and fit
t hemselvoM for vocational teuchlliK
.rill H.iperviklon In one lo three years,
jdependlnK mi tie n u m be r of co lle ge
credit h they enter with.
■Undents wlm want to pr ep are for
-«1 ini 1 1 1 'ru tlv e vocational education
m a y d trihute the,,- credits a m o n g
the different Kul.jects which they p i -
peel ii, handle
Cities ar e ca ll in g for
uperviMii
of technical courses, and
towns ..ml country wants teachers
and supervisors of two < r more vo ca­
tional
ob jects
Tea ch ers w h o want
to >| tut 11 f y for then, positions may dls-
trlhute their electives w h e r e they will
do (lie most good
\nothei open ing Is o ffe r e d to s tu ­
dents pr e p a r in g to teach the " r e la t e d
n 1 eject ." unde r the Smithy-Hughes
law
mechanical d r aw in g. Industrial
(■I.emlMrv , f 1 1 1 h iii•
English , commer-
i I»I law, and others
\ sp. d a l hulletin descriptive of the
ne w course will he ready fo r dis tr ibu ­
tion In May.
M I I'll I : OI
SU K ol
PK I\ i l l
III the I 'minty t'mii't o f the Ktut(k of
O reg on in an d for 4'oluiiilda t minty
In the .Matter of the E st at e of W i l l - I
iam C. Fischer, deceased.
Notice is hereby given, that the
under. Igned executor of the ab o v e
n i It led estate, in the Court a f o r e ­
said. will o f f e r
for sale and
wi ll
-ell at
private sale, an d
sub je ct
to conf irm ation by the court, fro m
and aft er the 2Hth da y of May, 1921,
, lo the I " st and highest bidder for
■ ash In hand, la w fu l money of the
i nitcd States of im.-rica. In one par-
all "i the rig t *1'le Interest an d
. :
mil o f his
¡sa id estate In Slid to the fo ll o w i n g
First Q uality G roceries
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f
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Thf IK iH o i i '» H . i i r * ^
ind Hi tip Rmmmdy J
fNOOW:»PirfH'L.'l " J * «
» / g a P o e l t i v r i y fradionti*«
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|rprt«in. Monty lin k ‘ iiuruiif«'.
(ft
Al 4ru(|lilt »né barbnn. or ••nl 2*lo
tor |«n«toM »ampio.
M l XI TICES « • .
kanvas nty. Me
C tila r r li C a n n o t B e C ured
re than realized.
by L O G A li A P P L I C A T I O N S ,
rannst [«ash tHr seat of tl.e du-.. .
Catnrrli is a laral diseas,, gr. (lv m': -
rneeS Sy eeaalitattai.al vimlitiun: H A L ! A
AT A R R I MIUzICTNK will "in. .
ini,
B Is takea ouamaltv and m '
tin
9
the Bines ea th* M<xoon Hurtle
si
System ■ A LL'8 C A T A R R H M K, d !
is eeinp 0 f.es ef fgm.e of the t . '- ’
knawn, nnaiblneS with some of
i t
blood purifier«
The errfr. f ror.t
u
of th,' inffedienta in H A L L ' S t '. '.T AM iH
M g ld C i llh . le what prods .
ai­
derful remilo, in latarrhel rot !
Druggiera 7&r. Testimoniáis tme
F. J. Cheney St Co., props.. T :do, O.
Wc tin
■ty ii o'i • [irepared under ideal
conditions.
J. ii .
P A K S O .V S
Proprietor
Free Advice
rO T E how the best paint
spreads easier and covers
more square yard* than cheap
paint does.
Figure in the extra gallons
o f cheap paint that you must
buy and the extra cost of appli­
cation.
It means that cheap paint
costs just as much as good paint
on the house.
T h e best paint then gives
five o r more years’ protec­
tion to your property invest­
ment.
Cheap paint on the
average, starts c r a c k i n g in
tw elve months.
W hich paint
costs less?
N
T h e house paints w e specify
fo r your home are the result of
72 years’ experience in making
paints and varnishes for every
on Painting
purpose.
M ade to stand the
peculiarities of western weather.
SK our agent for oar fi e « ad­
vice. He will »how yos s
card which show» S2
»hades of thii desir­
able paint
( 4 4 »
W e have a Fuller
Specification Depart­
ment which will tall
you all a b o u t t h «
most desirabl* color
scheme«, color har­
mony and those other
detail« you want t*
know.
Take advantage o f Full«« H «u t *
Paint». Tak e »tep* to paiat aa«^.
Don't let weather dapraaaaat / » •
investment.
A
T h e best m aterial— P IO -
N E E R W H I T E L E A D , pure
linseed oil, zinc and color— are
combined with long-time skill,
in scientifically exact propor­
tions.
O u r white lead base must pass
through a silk screen with 40,-
000 m e s h e s to the square
inch.
patented purifier makes
it ‘‘ whiter,’’ so Fuller paints are
exceptionally clear-toned. T h e
paint when finished and applied
on the house is a beautiful, elas­
tic, tough, protective coating.
A
W. r. FULLER 4k CO.
D ipt. «.
F lO N It K
Al»o maker» of Rubker Cement Fiaar
Paint, All Purpose Varnishes SiktA
white Enamel. Fifteen-fer-floara. Wash­
able Wall Frniah, Auto Enamel, haca
and Roof Paint. Porch aad 9teo M l
and P IONE ER W H I T E LEAD.
■
SAVE THIS
M o P u h o z « n g
P c ln fs
l x P u r e P ain t
(Cut this out and paite it im jn m
note book as a memo.)
P u r e P r e p a r e d Point
My house needs painting. Fuller'«
Specification House Paint* are e*ld by
the following Agenta:
Manufactured by W. P. Fuller & Co.
FU LLEP
p a in t s
t z
<
VE a D E P í s
"Pure Prepared" and "Phoe­
nix" are Fuller's Specifications
(or house painting. Get either
_ and you have the best
that anyone can make
— long - service paints.
W H ER E
TO
BUY
"it tin» |it*).;iii a n d see h o w inurh
It taitl
ll
ii ill m ak e
''•in iiiiMith w at e r every time you
'»«Ink ,,f it
O u r Rutter Is best
»,,r all purpo se ».
II Riven n deli-
1 irv of f l a v o r no o th er bu tte r ran
A l'«»Ut»«l is all tlmt Is nere.miiry Ii
niake you a stead user.
Compera*
Creamery Assn.
Si. Helens
(ive
LftAD
D ealer» everywhere.
less
l e r ’s
W H IT «
f«r TI T «art
Estibliahad II««.
Braacb«» in 1« C icim in A * W««t—
D o n ’t allow surfaces to rot.
It costs
to paint them.
S P E C IF IC A T IO N
F r ig w H
Pionew Uanufacturw at Patata,
Virnithw B m w « m » « m «oS
Such paint costs but a trifle
more to buy per gallon and is
five to ten times more economi­
cal in service.
THEM
These paints are im­
portant to you. so it's important
to go to the right stores to get
them. Agents' names and ad­
dresses are printed in the memo,
coupon to the right. Cut it out
and put it in your pocket now.
LARSEN & CO.
St. Helens. O r e g o n
ERICKSON & L U N D
W arren, Oregon
For All Kxti-rior Jobs of Painting, it is Advisable to
Secure the Services of a Master Painter
A G K X TS Dure Prepared
1
Larsen & Co., G rocers
I’ ID >.VK
P A IN T
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"TH E HOME OF THE MARKET BASKET’
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Quality—Service—Courtesy
“
W&: * ?
First: T? is stilt! at a mod-
Voti save when
you buy it.
y,
!: It has more than the
gstn ngth,
tht ri fore, you use less.
e i ait; p r i c e ,
sv
There are no- fail-
it always makes the
teat, most palatable of
Í \
foixls.
/
Fourth: It is used by mil-
h.» sot housewives leading
d
e teacher*
A pipe’s a pal packed with P. A.!
and cooking exports.
Fifth: It is the bent Baking
f in e b u t t e r
s a n it a r y
i he B A L T IM O R E Restaurant
Seven days out of every week you’ll get real smoke
joy and real smoke contentment—if yju ll get close-up
to a jimmy pipe! Buy one and kno.v that for yourself!
Packed with cool, delightful, fragrant Prince Albert, a
pipe’s the greatest treaL, ihe h tppiest and most appe­
tizing smokeslant you eve: had handed out!
try o u r
b e t t e r th a n
< ;r . t ilin g b u t th e
Costs Less?
Every article we s e ll is chosen with the most scrupulous
care our only guide being superior
quality.
GIVE US YOUR ORDER NOW
n ake each day’s service
Which Paint
i In- satisfaction <>i knowing that whatever you net upon
the table i-. the best quality—i-, a habit with
housewives who buy here
A im will a l w a v s iiml u s ready t<> supply any item on
your list from canned goods to tin- fresh­
est "l vegetables, butter and eggs.
Bids to be In w r i ti n g an d ad dr aa a-
e i a c s l o r ta
‘ai< o f the C le r k ot the a b o r a a a t l U -
" I C o u r t at St. N e le n s, ColsiaMsv
< mint) Oi gon, an d will b * rava lreil
until Habl p r o perty is sold.
’ " ! A p r i l 29,
1921; date of last publicatio n, B a y
27, 1921
./ B R U C E B O L W A R T H ,
Executor, 1. tate o f
W illiam
•.
.F is ch er, deceased.
You'll Leave This Restaurant
Satisfied by Our Fine Meals
72 Years’ Experience
.
f
lF is c h e r hy de ed r ecor de d M a rc h 20,
19x7 m I{<.i, ;
/
« i g ■ f,h2 o f Deed
Ite (.ni:
of sald t o l u m b l a County,
Oreg on ! dn g a strip of la nd 2 roda
vvlde a l m i ' Ilio west side o f salti
Vie nili'
clam i
e e ntalning
1 ac -e
| mo re or lei: ; co nt aining 29 aeree,
m o r e o r li ss;
T o g e t h e r wlt h thè tenements, her-
< ililarimnt: a n d ap p u rt e n an ce s there-
! tinto b e l o M 'In g o r in u n vw is e ap p e r -
taining.
reul estate situate, ly ing an d lx lug
in tlm C o u n t ) of C o lu m b i a , S . a ' c of
O r e g o n , an d
p a rt i c u la r ly
bo iided
an d de sc rib ed, as fo ll o w s, t o - w i i :
T h e Omiatlmi L a n d Cl a im o f I i.n
an d M a ry L V o o r b le s , bein g 1 laini
No. 4 4, In Section 21, T o w n s h o 7
N o r th of Itange 2 W e s t , W i ll. M r ,
¡Excep ting fr o m sai d Do na tio n Land
| Claim l be followin'? descrll. 'I tract,
It o-w it : B egin n in g 99 feet east of a
point located 0.20 chains ea-t and
2.f.0 sou Hi of the no rthwest corner ot
[the no rtheast q u a r t e r of said section
' 2 1 ; thence south 21 rod an d 10 fe el;
thence east 74 r o d s ; thenr." nor th 21
rods an d 10 fe et; thence w. I 74 rod
I to the place of beg innin g
Al. o 1
cepting th e re fr o m that tract of I
I
conveyed to Ire.an B la n c h a r d l.v W 1
K K A l.T V A T |
M LR
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Sixth:
It contains only such
inarrdientS as have lieen officj.illv
appioved hy the United States Fisid
Authorities.
The finest quality Bilking
Powder at the most economical
, t. “The Biggest Bargain That
does into the Ktiehen Tixlay.
p und can of Calumet contains full
Iti.a Some baking powders rorae in
12o/. itisteadof Iboz.cans. Ilesure
yon get a pound when you want it.
Colomet
Nut Cookie
Recipe
— | cup butter,
1 2 cup sugar. 2
e ’g Rs, l . cu p
flour, 1 level tea­
spoon Calumet
Baking Powder,
•*4 cup chopped
nuts. I tca-poon
l e m o n juice.
Then mix in the
regular way.
You can chum it with a pipe—and 3_ou will—once
you know that Prince Albert is free from bite and
parch! (Cut out by our occlusive patented 'recess!')
Why—-every puff of P. A. makes you want two .tore;
every puff hits the bullseye harder and truer than the
last! You can’t resist such delight!
And, you’ ll get the smokesurprise of your life when
you roll up a cigarette with Prince Albert! Suoh entic­
ing flavor you never did know! And, P. A. stays put be­
cause it’s crimp cut—and it’s a cinch to roll! You try it!
F ringe
A
lbert
the national joy smoke
a
iV ti.
P rin c o A l b e r t I t
said in t o p p y r t d
' • » « * , t i d y te d t i n t ,
hundaom « pannd
and half p o u n d ti n
hum idor* and »n th a
p ou nd c r y s t a l glass
h u m i d o r
ur i t h
s do g j
ma.stanar
tap.
Copyright 1921
by R. J Reynolds
Tobacco Co.
Wiaston-SaiasBg
N.C.
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