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TH E ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MAY 6. PUI
THE ST. HELENS MIST
Issued Every I rltlay bjr
I'llE MIST l*l'BI Is illN G f O M I ’ A M
COUNTY NEW S
Additional CorrcidMiiuleiioe page 7)
Miss Tipton and tod d le Grewell
O. D. HEILBOR.N
President wt re in Hillsboro over the week end.
9. C. MOUTON
Arthur Stevens, after spending the
winter and spring with ills brother
Edgar, left Tuesday for Alberta, f a n .
SI USCKIIM ION KATES
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin spent the week
One Y e a r .......................................... $2 00
etui on their ranch nere.
Six Months .................................... SI 25
W Campbell lias sold his interest
in the Scappoose auto bus line to
Entered as secon d-clast matter, Henry Kruger o f Chapman.
January 10th, 1912
the Postoli ce Pierson will continue as one o f the
a t St. Helens Ot
o f March 3rd. 1879
Misses Mavburn and Strain enter-
• lined Scappoose friends Monday ev-
o o r v r v o r n i i vi, pape «
1 filing at home of Mrs tleorge Grant
__ Everybody reports a wonderful time
Mr f.rewell has finished •repainting
KM b ber Na
it is very attractive, the
tlon and Oregon State Editorial
bite house in he grove o f beautiful
] fir trees.
M O TII E lls
l> \ V.
i' ner li < been improving Ins
. removing sogie old outbuild
B o o st!
Boost your city, boost your friend,
B o o s t the lodge tba* you attend,
Boost the street on which you dwell,
Boost the goods that you do sell,
Boost the people round about you.
They can get along without you
But suivcs-. w II qn i.k er fiuij them
If they k mnv that ><»u*re bentmi int-ir.
Boost for ©v©rv forward movement
Boost lor every new improvement.
Boost the man for whom vou labor.
Boost the stranger am! the neighbor
f - st* to he a chronic knock©».
Father Time cut
The hoard o f d ir ec 'o r s o f F >• Port
land Rose Festival associati««! have
fixed June kth to tOth a th< date
for this year's three da>- frte.
fifteen years the Rose Festival hn
been the most important ceiobratlor
in the Pacifi« Nf.rtTiw -t and rank
in beauty and «'ntertainment feature
with the fam ous M.trdi Gras o f NT w
Orleans, and the New »'ear's Day-
floral parade at Pasadena.
J E HUTCHINSON, Cashier
Sul ->riiied and "wtrn to before m<-
this 3rd day o f May, 1921.
IRENE Af DAY
My commission exp.r«- December 9
SHERM AN M M il.ES,
J \V DAY
C H A R L E S G R A H A M , Directors.
to be bui
Ford and Fordson
newspaper resumes, pubi!»
management of previou
Just returned front nerv
S A l.E S
A N I) S E R V IC E
a u t h o k iz k d
na V V
R e g uI a r i t y
N Y A L
j ollowmg are some u sci far t*arKai..s:
|M|7 Fuiil Roadster .................. $225.00
l<Mii Ford Toni mg • • .............. 225.00
jt )15 | .,ril Iniiring ................... 225.00
F I G S E N
'l'Ilo t'ricdlv IjlXrttilo
If you ’ d tuak * your cltv better.
P B O M I 'I I V U l t i I It I
Boost it to the final letter
\su>ria Billigt I
o f gallons of
water dally to t o added to city grav
ity water system when work o f
building pipe lin e from flia pllsh
A. J DEMING. Druggist
Springs 500 feet to an additional
S f . Helen**, O n 'g u ii
spring » tiii'li Is lielng developed is
'•Olire i Tri.»I - - - \!w i\ \ \ ¡il** ▼
.................... tulli lo...
gl», l u n e » desir.'.l*
«Hher go.nl ........... .
* ...... unii tl«e - all •- '*.r II*. ................... » „
p . i i o '1 i.1 MIC ' l o » oli IH » tur* al tld. dm,.
iMclilhoiise Motor Company
------A N D ------
VERY business, every man's work presents its
own distinct problems and requirements.
The Officers of Columbia County Bank are not
only familiar with general financial conditions
throughout the country; they are thoroughly convcrs
ant with local conditions and are ready to give special
attention to individual needs.
We welcome business and individual accounts.
Out-of-town accounts receive special attention of
our mailing department: it will please you.
SHERMAN M MILES
\W hav«* ii .»«If up <*ur n indi* t». r f ilu m « hit uh ** i 1 car and track
viiti'k. down l a
in.nimuiu ainl tlo m without «l«*la>
arc « Mini" ntf » l»i^ pcritil *.i 1 *• and hav«* mail#* » •'♦itlve cut!
in pric« runxinK froni I * to 40 per ernt
No Cars Withheld— All Prices Cut
W© hav© adopted th© i*dt«\ «»f putting our uneil »nr» in k < mh !
shape iM■ fi• <• .. tlinu th»‘ iu 'and w l! 1» Uut i»n© »»r tw»> ex< rptlofi4
«•very car in th*
ha h«*4>!i thoroUKhly overhau]e<l. wurn
pari* ren* • • «1 ne« d* d a*tju*«tnn*rit:. made
Every ear munt p««»
a riiild itispiM tion uu * haiiteaH)
I ):©n w© repaint th© bodtM,
w h* •*!>, r< dr»
th* uph«»Ut©r> utid th© t«
and th«* r©i*ult is a
©ar that in often tak©tt for n«w
Big Variety To Choose From
J. H. HUTCHINSON
i • v >. . tapldl- w** till hav»* K ***** t ’* t«*«'k |n
I .I k n i Mitrh©ll Six*
in fiv«*, ►••v«*n and Koaduter
land**. <T.* .nd* t
Iirt •*. and oth er tight fourp
In trucks wr
hav © on** wt., and thr©** t * •*» !/.*• of standard inak«*H priced w»y
<l«»wn for tbin sale
Overhauled and Keiiiished Used Cars
in c o . x im u ia
C o u n
U ' hr. r* d t;i lift'd **very «at in th«* hoiim* und tagn how former
and Mil** price ho th.it you ran easily figure th© Idle Having w«* ire
offering motor hu>* r • <-n th© ©ve «»f th** Spring and Summer drlf*
’ lc • . i T h * *
ivinK - hi« eiioiiK'h ><* that you can afford to
t.ik« a day off and • •m in and make your H«*|eetioti at this sale.
It will pay you to hurry
Do Y ou Want
_______ *_._____ .
X w residence addition
and new home
Cease t»> It. .» progress bl»>ck**r.
i e ¡cred j The Lamberson family motored to
day o f the nation.
cu red t>e-1Seaside Friday, returning Sunday
" is made They were down to take possession of
cause the example o f nu
more fresh in our n :
d i linking their recently purchased property,
o f her, we becor
men and ! Mr. and Mrs IV \V Price have
...... renovating atu* replanning the
Our thoughts ;
cause we think o f tno!v
If she is ! interior o f their home, adding much
no longer with us. her m uory is like to its beauty and comfort.
the incense o f the swt
-t flower ;
Mothers' Pay will l>e observed Sim-
If site is with ua w<
ik more of day at Sunday school. Tti« Scappoose
her sacrifice^, her teachings,
un- program is in charge o f Mrs I. (1
selfishness and her sympathy
Hov. Smith. There will be music and other
lo rld lie if
l ied features
Setvlee at in a m
much better would the world
more of us were like mother,
God ' E at 7 p w Evening service at 8
with sermon by M r Porks.
Samuel Welst who was killed Sun-
lay at Rooky Point, when his ear
¡went over the bank, has many friends
He purchased the tract o f land
In this issue o f The Mist is a letter
from a taxpayer regarding school con and built for a home the house which
His lette. Is logical anu Mr. Campbell now owns and occupies
abounds in common sense. One para and was at that time superintendent
however, seems to us to he if the Big Creek logging camp.
At a recent meeting o f the school
the essence of the communication for
he states “ Let us insist upon quali board. Superintendent Coffyn was re-
fications o f the directors as well as eipeted at a salary of »1100.
instructors and get away from the Strain was also re-elected and the
grade tearbers at a salary o f $1 2" a
old idea that anyone is qualified to
month The grade work will lie chang
direct the affairs o f the school."
Our opinion is that a school direc ed the com in g year, having four
tor should have some education and teachers to the eight grades, thus
moreover know something as to husi- j eliminating one teacher
Alton Anderson left Tuesday for
ness. The trouble here is that som e his old
Colson Montana, to
few people have played politics
t,e son* for the summer,
school affairs rather than giving a t - ’
u „ yd Thompson o f Portland has
tention to the progress of the school, .purchased six acres o f the Boesel
Oftentimes one reaps that which he ; , ra,.T
pIan, to ,.1(. ar
sows. Let us forg t politics or per- ,r(.hard an,, maW«, hla home here
sonal preference and
Mrs. Koscoe celebrated a birthdav
gether for a better school
” | anniversary \\©on©s<jay when her
the taxpayers about »IDO.000 per neighbors walked in with gifts nml
year for the St. Helens high school 1 ha<hets of refreshments,
and not one penny o f this money
T he first dairy hull sale o f the state
should be wasted.
W!IS hrld ]aS( Saturday at George
1» * « 0 C” M S j i| © T© C| a gOOtl
sale for both the purcn«f*«K and (ha
r\K i\ i>.
Fourteen .lead o f stock
If one lives long * no
. igh he Is Isold. -About 100 were present, in ail-
bound to have a birthday and on May ditlon to our loral people there was a
4'h f he editor celeb ted
H •-* ngton
birthday, hut we rttdn’ l mind tha' so Washington, was aipo represented,
did a sisterly greeting Mr and Mr- F ra k -
Mr. and Mrs.
— - as
--- we *•«•••
" k id ' sister w ho said, Geo Frake-. anil Mrs MrLauchllan
“ Cheer up
Think of all the candles served
, P!m i an
appending lunch of hot
on Methuselah's birthday cak e." Well. | coffee, which w
appreciated, on u
at any rate, and with ali due
to o u r esteemed contemporary, the highest b i d d e r at *325
Hon Methusllah. v. hi pe to live long ,,f Sauvics I-Iand. on Tony Barber's
en ough to make The St. Helens Mist piace, Fred L'hlnian and Mr. Kam-
the best weekly in Oregon and if Old rneyer were among our local buyers.
list before we do this, wt
. _ .
to rely on j o e D a y o r some otii r Scappoose H i g h School Notes
good friend o f T h e Mist ' o carry the
Goldie Grewell is the song-leader
f,,r thi- month
Assisting her are
Irving Erick- .n, the famous tenor
T H E CASK OF ALBEIIS
from Warren, and Olive Ash at the
Very seldom does a man w ho is i n - |I'!an°-
toxicated speak th. thoughts which
Joseph Koutek celebrated his eight-
he did not have when he was sober, tc-enth birthday in Portland la t week.
The Albers case might be an excep- " “ wonder how many movies were
tion hut we are inclined to think needed
■’ • Senior clase have received
to believe that Albers' vmpathv was 'heir “ n ifty '’ Invitutions
with Germany, his “ fatherla nd,” as , he " " f t out probably within the n«*.
against all nations and we are fur- week
ther inclined to think that it would
Thp baseball game between St
be just and f it tin g f o r Albera " , be H ele ns and Scappoose high schools
given a ticket to Germany, a ticket was postponed Indefinitely because of
*----- » no return
• - - - trip coupon attached the uncertain state o f the weather
Aery few in this section would regret
AA'e wonder did some calamity hap
his departure or mourn his absence
pen to the editor o r to the notes?
: At any rate rhe schol notes did not
appear last week
W H A T W.HKICS s\ ll>
Report o f the Condition o f
There has bet
i OOI.I MRI A COUNI A BANK
o f the Albers case (luring the past
In the State o f Oregon.
few days that we helb-ve it will b>- o f at St lleb-n
Interest to our readers to learn what at 11:»* c l o s e of business April 2S.
he said and why he was convicted, 1921
and we have clipped the follow in g
Loan - and d is c o u n ts .. $352,192.62 ¡
from The Benton 1 ounty Cou rier:
“ Accordin g to court records, the Overdrafts, secured and
counts on which the hun degenerate
id w a rra n ts . . . . 2 0 2 .k 9 4 .2 2
was convicted were bu ed on the f o l H o m i
Stocks, securities, ju d g
lowing utterance- charged to him:
ments. e t c , ......................
4 1 9 .67
“ I am a German and d o n ’t deny
German, always a Oer- Banking house ...............
¡Furniture and fixtures
“ I served 23 y e a :- under the kai j Other real estate owned
ser, and would go buck to Germany One from approved re
serve banks ................. 1 10.496.08
“ I canic
re supposing ft was a ('ash on h a n d ...................
TO T A L .......................... 1760,329 09
but I find it is not as
l.ialiil it I' -
free as f > :
" I cam« here
out anything Capital stock paid in . . $ 60.000 00
and I cou
without any Surplus fu nd ...................
T'ndlvlded pr«>flts, less
«■\pens«" and taxes paid
M .9 0
this country tell me what to do?
" I am pro-Germari; so are my Individual deposits sub
ject to check ...............
“ A German can never he beaten by Demand rert|flcat«-s of
“ You never can lick the kaiser, I Cashier checks outstand-
never In a thousand year«.
“ There will be a revolution in thi* Certified check« ............
country in 10 y«-ar ; yes. in tw«> Tini" and Savings De-
. 666,466 66
years. It may he tomorrow.
" I could take a gun m yself and Other liabilities: Pr"m -
fight right here.
T O T A L ...........................$ 7 66 ,6 66 66
“ T o hell with America.
" I have helped Germany in thU STATE OF OREGON, County o f Col-
war. and Would ;•
I J E Hutchinson. Cu hlcr «»f the
have to defpat the United States
AVe (apparently* meaning G
Jer- above named
wi.-r that the ab ove statement is
many) have won the war ”
true t«i the best o f my knowledge
U F ä re por I
I building boom new gut * and Bed*
men hall, 40x90, now under wav
TERM S G R A N TE D
W*1 will make reasonable term - on any car In th«* hou*© or will
take your old <ar a part payment If it In Kah'ahl©
OPEN EVENINGS AND N E X T SUNDAY
Mitchell, Lew is ^
•)u » • *•.
IH Al U !' •-
'III Soit I |7\\ I ST
Then Get It Here
llri.utlway at Kv«‘ r«'ll. I'orHand
I h - p ' i . 3 4 " 1«'. Eaat Mi.rrl*t«f St
When you purchase meat here you can
feel certain that you get the very best
the market affortls.
If you have any doubts about what we yV* 7 ? , ,
say, a- k any of our customers—they K ,
will tell you that our meats are superior Itti^^N
Quality Steer Beef,
I? is t«> the farming community around us *
S> appor.se must look tor (trosperity.
But in turn
town can do much to further the progress of
farmer >in«l productivity of his lands by lending
couragement and co-operation.
All the very best grade of meat
I he I-usi National Bank of Scappoose, as finnm
GET HIGH GRADE MEATS FOR
Your meals will a’-vays be enjoyed if
you erve Quality Meats.
Our ip-t -date c !d storage plant cn-
abl > us to keep our stock absolutely
fresh and sanitary.
Everything in the Grocery line, fresh t
ve., . .U fruits and an extra high \ ^ ~
grade line of canned goods always in
stcck. Compare our goods and prices.
service-station is doing much to promote those r
tual interests an«l in reciprocation deserves the p
ronage ot every person in this community.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
O F M 'A I'P O O M K
H lN rt.A IR W II. 80 N. P r M l d M t
DAVID M'KINNON WILSON, Vic**-l’ re»M«nt
E D W A R D K WIST. C w b U r
• (*plli*l an«l S . i i 1 . 1 . . . L . i i i i m h i
People s Market
I n ilc «l St a t«.« |)«* im >*,' ‘1
Safe Deposit Boxea for Rent