St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933, August 12, 1921, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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wlth a v.inety of Hill“ topp«»a l'Im'i. «lile Is now us hupp) as a cluni ui
lawyer. Hooihlngly
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ululi.Si U S ili volli HI Hlllbs “ “ " V ‘ ;
n i Will t i n n ì in Awarillnu
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high tide
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South Sua Fiatili um oitmil
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l*rui s I'lils \ i\ir.
I» years why In Ham mu up f.s
D ILLA R D W R IT E S OK
foni un r i f a r l i * • sliu.lo and a
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Mist Want Ails are sale m ak e rs i m i o b je c t to th a t?
OHEOON U i l l h I L T I K A L I ’OL-
SEA SID E C E L E B R A I ION pioto «
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that
ot Sfasiti© * attrat tiv«» <4
I. K tlE . I'o rv a llU
s p e cial pig show
and If Is along the I
in g c on te sts will he held next full a.
T ho Mist has recai von the follow
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western holder .»f this spit ihui ill*
all county fairs, stute fair, und the
lug interesting le tte r from \\ It
new two hundred thousand dollat
I'ucitic In te rn a tio n a l L iv e sto ck show, ji^]iur,l
I T I'll hi-
seawall Is erected
l predict timi
lo lie open io all m e m b e rs of hoys'
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It Is b p m.. Sunday
Seaside
,1 girls pig d u o s who show pure- stìawall
‘u.,llc a t ,.d . ,kIul u „ gereue Seaside will some da) he one of 111",
m l pigs ot any re c o g í,u e d breed , ,mV0 , ef( |h
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dtellnUhln J groa. summer resorts of I he w orld ,
II. , e , m o r e very little at cut on has ■
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the r e s l f u,
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n c c n il n g ihe celebration. I would
p. „ i.klng
.on given by the ju d g es to the man ,
m t l e c a b lu , ..Me r u ia u t." situated
„ was not good
.er ot showing «»e am m a la
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alnrut a mile hark Mr «*‘ 1............ 1
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J u d g e s will c o n . der 60 per c e n t , {
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h„ ^ ocean f front,
r o n , #|
S ••• Wu g liu h
at th e f(V„
fool of d un.ieeus .im ‘
ihow under I a muuntllitl ranKe. overlo okin g the '•*»->•
.r preparin g the pig to show
and uttemie d
<u k
mountain range, overlo okin g ....
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he following points: t'onditlon of little city by th e sea
lu front of nn him-. lt leu; i
You will find only the highest quality Grocerie»,
u i and trim m in g of toes; trimm in g
I natural tone
Air Baker, Portland s
cabin Is a dead spruce, two hundred
mayor, hud u more natural and
if ears and tail; washing and cloan- and etgh ty -flv e feet tall.
Fresh and Cured Meats. Our cold storage plant and
It was
I mess ot ears, belly, head, und dead, and while with age. when Sea plei'sing delivery. bui he seemed te|
fla n k s ; and condition of coui. In­ laid-* was first s ettled
forget
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coufln«
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the
sanitary methods employed enable us to supply the
it was prob
cluding glass, excess of oil. and use ab ly dead and white with age when allention alinosi exclusively lo face
trade with fresh me ns and vegetables at all ume*.
of o b je ctio n a b le m ate rials T h e re ­ Lew is and C lark visited this region doti» remarki sbotti Ut* ' rattltnil ’
i it inp. rum < lectur.
of thè pre
maining 50 p r cent will he based Possibly It was aliv e when t h e Pyru
,in the showing of ihe pig. including niids were built.
. od,ng ; taker
N ellh*r p m k t r re-1
, ontrul of animal oy
, ihe
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In summing up my recollections ferrod io anvihlng of Interest con
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IN I V U 'H llo N
i* I.(Mills % M l < I >MI‘ \KlKnx
; . . , - e und coolness of e x h ib ito r; skill ,>f (he dw1k.a t i o n . , ,.linnot ov«.rl...,k cernlng thè walls of untlqulty or th**|
future
of
Ilo
.ountry
or
utivthlng
including c o n tin u o u s . , hp excltelIu.,lt of „
Ut„ our
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u.-nt.on. keeping Ihe pig placed to a i „ nK t ),e beach , fro m the Incomplet else calciilaled lo Interest and en
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advantage, and being on th e j o b ; and ed Columh a highway, for those who illuse Ihe Idg i niwil of anxlous lis-
ability to stand, move, or drive the reached . hat point about high tide i eli. •’«
The music wum fine; Imi liardly ,
pig as requested by the ju dges
C ars ga hered .hick tnd fust. Into a
long hi ick -trin g . reaching over the heavy enough (or iipen a i r ini the|
Tlir»"»* l i a ) * <irmee.
Miss Leu Cohen'« slnglng
sandy t h i n e to »he w ater's edge. Hut ■eashore
M a g g ie s sw eetheart, a prt'verbial som e of :h e m at. d aring ones prob
t i g n i - . is ed Scot, had taken- her out ab ly rem em hrering that tim e and
: ir the afte rn o o n , and that was about tide wait for no tnan. and being dis
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They rotte som e d is ta n te on the posed t i turn tabl. s. plunged on t ••
rolley, turned around and rode half covered beacit. am ong the in -
erne again
Never was mention coming nd re nding wave*, and by
made of food or e nte rtainm e n t.
¡ f r a n t i c e f f o r t s cu
louse from the
L . i 'k within her own g a t e w a y . 1 waiting ctowd
But the waiting
A. ’ggie. who had keenly felt t h e je r o w d
afterv ard.,
passed
trusty
Itegle :, sarcastically proffered Sand) farm -horses
anln ils
these
a dime.
id ay sl pulling well soaked autoes
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•'For the c a r f a r e you spent on tue," onto the firm sands of the beach
siie said, meaningly.
driveway.
A rd or had s uffered a
" H o its. toots, wom an,” returned dampening.
Sandy, pocketin g the coin. " T h e r e j
L ik e many sum m er resorts, Sea-
TH E DODGE AGENCY
. « r.ae hurry. Satu rd ay wad hue sid e lias buildings greatly outnum
BO YS- AND G IR LS’ CLU BS
1 R E P A R E FOR C O N IE S :
U sui '<1 K vi TJT Frid ay by
T H K MMT IH U U S H I V U lt>M I*A \ Y
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Managing Editor
MORTON
rii IIM I l i r riO N K VTICH
On«* Y e a r ..................... • • • • • ■
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E ntered a< »econd-cla«» m atter,
J a n u a r y lOtU. l » l i at the F o s t o f f lc *
at Si Helens. Oregon, under the act
of March 3 r » 1879
I'D iM t
O F F I l IA I. P A 1*FR
Member National E d ito ria, .»saocla-
tlou and Oregon Stato E d .tortai
Association
liU ii:ii
S in t K
That som e of the farm ers in Co­
lum bia county realize that the pure
bred cow or hull, even though It be
high priced, is a much hetier in ­
vestm ent than scru b cattle, was
d em onstrated at the J e r s e y Club
picnic at the 3unnybank furn. on
Satu lay
Mu:
of t is > who
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stock
weru proud to say th©v now owuet»
tho ro u ghb red stock and t h e ir t e sti­
mony was to the effect t h a t the pure
bred stock was returning a m u d
m ore a t t r a c t iv e dividend than the*
received when little thought was
given to pure bred cattle.
At the present time Columbia
c ou nty relies, to a large extent, o"
its timber.
It will he only a few
years until the tim b e r is gone and
resourc es must c o m * t o U I e t h e
place of the resource gone
C a 'tl e
raising, dairying and farm in g nittsi
he those Indus’ ries.
T h e members- of the J e rs e y Club
realiz e this and have made a good
s t a r t on t h e ir program.
T h e fru its
of t h e ir labors will he apparent in
a very few year».
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K O im (i\ -K tm \
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T h e census of 19 20 shows that
W a s h in g to n 's
for: ign
horn
white
males, 21 years of age and over,
n u m b e r 1 4 3 .2 5 8 . Of this :iu;r er
7 7 . 1 5 6 were natu raliz ed 2> ;i 1« had
tak e n out first papers 29 572 were
listed as aliens and S 222 were not
reported as to citizenship.
It. 1 9 2 0 , the report shows 53 9
per cent were naturalized, as against
46.8 per cent in 1 9 i j ; lU.s per cen"
had taken out first papers, as against
10.4 per cent in 1 9 1 0 ; 2 0.6 per cent
were aliens, as against 29.3 per cent
in 1 9 1 0 and 5.7 percent were not
repo tted as to citizenship, as against
1 3.5 per c en t in 1915.
F o reign -ho rn white females. 21
ye ars o f age and over, nu mbered
8 7 , 1 7 7 , of whom 5 6 ,7 6 1 were n a t ­
uralized. 1443 had f ir s t papers. 22.-
954 were alien and cltizeu .hip s'a»us
was not reported for 6 0 1 9 . Of ail
f o r e i g n - 'o r n fe m ale s 65.1 per cent
were citizens. 1 7 per cent hud first
papers. 25 3 per cent were alien and
6.9 per rc ent were u areoorted .
In the Cuited S tates th e re were
6 . 9 2 8 , 0 2 7 foreign-horn white male
of whom 6 3.9 per cent were citizens
e lig ib le to vote, or on t h e ir way to
citizenship
Of the women 52 per
cen t were natu raliz ed and two-fifths
w e r t aliens
I SSKiVEIl ( m iM lM C A T lO N S
T h e Mist has received an unsigned
com m u n icatio n written by a party,
p re su m ab ly of ScappoO-e. for ,h e le t­
t e r was dated and mailed at that
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ter to be voted on at the special
election tom orrow.
I l i e w rite r e x ­
pressed m any sen sible thou ghts, but
neglected to sign his nam e and
fo r tiiis reason the com m u nication is
not published.
T h e Mist re peats for the 'steenth
time, t h a t it will not publish anony­
mous com m u u icatlc n s.
We will
glad to print c om m u nicatio ns when
signed by the writer o r sponsor ot
the a rtic le , and if e ith e r of them
wish th e n am e withheld, we will do
so, but we want to know from whom
we receiv e th e com m unication.
T h e c o lu m n s of T ie Mist are open
to the public and we want anyone to
use o ur space for the expn sion of
th e tr tho u ghts, but once again we
will e m p h a tic a lly s t a te that no un­
signed c o m m u n icatio n s will be pub­
lish d
Sign your n am e and send
in a n y item of interest.
We will he
glad to have i*.
PEOPLE’S MARKET
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D E PO IG A R A G E
ei tug
American l.e boring its fixed population
loo
ion W eekly
the tide was com pletely turned, for
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¡ t h e re wore fully forty thousand vis
Tite Real Thing
itors, with from six to eight thousand
Americans used to get sweet- a u to e s ; and t r a f f i c cops, with their
sounding phrase» on the su b je c t of “ g o " and " s t o p ” signals, were as
ipen d;i iontacy, but th e phrases necessary, at the principal crossings,
didn't mean any thing. Now A uteri- l i i 111
largest of o u r citlea
ms are g etting genuine open dl
T h e seawall, of about two miles in
plomacy.— The Toledo Blade.
length, with a broad, well-lighted
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and inviting promenade, will add
T ro tz k y 's prediction of a war be- Kfeatiy to the .e c u r lt y and attrac tiv e
tween the I'nited S tates and E ngland 1 1 1 l,f Seaside.
Th*
cit;
n 1924 1 - a . sound and valuable ch? nB*“!L oc\t.,OB r*»e clt« In is I
his predict on of three y.-ars ago a
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would t n s fo n n “ 0 N e a n ii i c a i n , had h :
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We are agents fur this popu­
lar and well known car and
will be pleased to demon­
strate at any time.
CAR FOR H IR E — DAY OR
NIGHT
Blacksmith Sh< p in Connec­
tion.
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‘‘All things
w a its"— if he
wait*.
com e to him who
advertises while he
t a t t l e -d e b ris ’ o b s t o
MAN V \ GET - POOR -
\ \ QUICK FOOLS.
Filone Mil
W es I si
II. |.
Try Our
White Clover ice Cream
Ll \< I!
Stilt till WITH l\'l 111 («1)01« (Oi l til!.
U N D H Ok P A M T K Y , P I E S
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Ill,
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ST . H ELEN S BAKERY
J. E. RAM SEY
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Thn St. I; lens bm-.-hall ream ;
cntitlcii to
it'.
,p port tiian the
home fo lk s »re - j v i ■ g them T h e r e ’s
not a re sid ent of S ’
Ifeietis but
wlshe» for »he home team to win.
E ven if one is not a bn
.all lan, he
pulls for the home teem because he
has prid" !r, th e horn- town
A win­
ning baseball team is a good adver­
tisem en t f o r th e town because if
c re a tes more pride in the town, and
in te re st In »lie town. W e want them .
to win and »hey are winning.
Now
l e t ’* do our part by giving them
m o r e support. If you do not can- to
go to th e gram or tr you a r e going
picnir klr.g i» t 1 e iltne th e game is
to be played
w . ;l-i be a good idea
to huv a :rk n t to the g;.m
d
is
■how ’ he boys toa» you t •• t c e r
e s 'e d in wh;.t the,, a re
n; i ,r St.
Helens.
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Everything
Our Facilities
and Resources
in Farm Machinery
are adequate to every requirement of commercial
clients.
Tell us what you nexi
and we will gladly call.
W e have supplied many
enterprising farmers and
can supply you.
[ririey
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If n i t o n ,
Chassis, starter, dem. rims, $ 4 4 0 .0 0
4 6 5 .0 0
Runabout,
Touring,
5 1 0 .0 0
7 6 0 .0 0
Sedan
6 9 5 .0 0
Coupe .
Truck .
4 9 5 .0 0
6 2 5 .0 0
Tractor
F O B. DETROIT
We maintain an individualized service which
clearly reflects earnest, personal effort in promotin
patrons’ interests.
The prosperity of this semi-public Institution re­
sults largely througli the collective progress of local
industrial interests.
Our every effort is at all times
W e are always pleased to demon­
strate, and when you choose your
favorite model, can make immed­
iate delivery.
directed to furthering the success of the commercial
interests of St. Helens.
SHERM AN M M ILES
Pre* ident
Farm Equipment Company
I T S A PK RFUCT DAY to you.
* no m atter how hot and dusty
o. cold and wet, if you are privi­
leged to ride in a Ford Sedan or
Coupe.
The Fieldhouse M otor Company
has lately received a car-load of
Fords: all models.
l
O matter what kind
N of implement you
want, we can supply you
and deliver it at your
farm at ‘ he sami price,
or possibly less, as you
would pay in Portland
T HE U N I V E R S A L C A R
SATURDAY SPECIA LS
Fresh Cookies 2 doz. 35c Fresh Doughnuts 2 doz. 4 cc
I I E ( \ K i l l L.
T his is th€; season of the >ear
when forest fire ami fires in town
are most lik ely to occur. A m ajority
of the fires a r e cau.s tl by c arele ss­
ness.
T h e cam per In * %*» fores
should use care not to stur* a fire
which tti i er 1 1 1 destroy thousands of
d o lla r- worth o valuable tim ber and
th e residents in town, esp ecially in
Hr Helens where there is so much
dry grass, and where if a t«re o i l ' 1
s t a r t e d ' gained much headway t«e-
tOf • - . *1 ,<• (
y-“ fi
mmlfl hi
♦•speci*ily careful
Se\'oral grass
fires h a r e occurred d uring the
v.pek. f o r t u n a t e l y no.,e of
did
(lamagR though several residences
w i r e Ihrea'OiPfl
An ounce of pre-
vent ion is worth i pound of cure
I hi
. a -on o I
y‘- i r, and j ‘»fieri y
(lestroyod is a - (nitre wasted.
h
by ordering regularly after you have once tried our
uread.
Y . u will jt
rea ize
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bleating over a hot arc when you can et uch light
loothsome bruad as ours and a; less e.\])er.se tiian
you could bake it at home.
/¡rHE_, 4 E W O U L D N 'T
BE USO M A N Y GETT-
T H E r \
VI 8 KHMOItl kS
\ ou'll Be A Regular Customer
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C H -Q U IC K S J F
W E R E NOT SO
AMI
Welch & Co.
w ..-h may ..uve been rather to the
miles ,n length and ! alf , mil-
«ught In both Instance» but the to* width extend ing along thi ■'
>n
imbecility of the thought In each case
0^.w^ e„„r^v< r *i‘,ll’ ,,lfed 1 > lie
ocean.
T h e capes, above, break ihe
rem ains the same
Americanism is loyalty to A m er­
ican institutions and the only loyalty
which expresses Itself in service and
s ic rif ic e . T h e re is great need to re ­
vient;,er that th e quality of o ur c i t ­
izenship is determined by the qual-
ity of the c h a r a c t e r of c i t i z e n s — ]
The I'h urch m an,
Filli Line of
1 1RES
J. E. HUTCHINSON
Cashier
Fieldhouse Motor Co.
St. Helens, Oregon
P rop rie to r*.
Ciatokanie, Oregon.
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