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NOTES OF OREGON
and that the tires are a sepuraU
problem tivim the truck itself
As much money is wusled toils'
on wrong tin's as on poor one..
Some truck owners wonder why their
tire bills are so high while others'
The answer is to be
found in many cases in the fact that
the wrong type or the wrong sUe ot
tires has been selected.
In the interest of greater economy
the I ’ nited States Tire company has
established a Technical service de
partment. made tip of tire engineer!
which will give impartial, disinter
ested advice to everybody engaged
in truck operation
A full statement
of any tire problem from any motet
truck operator in the world will
bring a detailed reply from the de
partment giving the latest scientific
information on the points involved
Making a complete line of tires, the
company need favor no type above
As the largest rubber com
puny In the world it lias a large stulf
of chemical and engineering expert:-
which is made available to tho truck
operator through the technical ser
Portland— \\ midlawn district lias
$ 100.000 paving program on.
Wondburn «tannery bandies 20
tons blackberries daily.
Haines Copper t.'n s 3 ml loo west
being worked with 20 men.
Portland lias started street and
sewer work to cost $4.000.000
A verage of Marion county men
teachers is $115 a month, fetualo
Ontario district pnoduoea
!cars apples and prunes for shipment.
Big wheat yields in
JWeston Athena district
P o rtla n d — Renewed activities tn
lumber industr« in southern Oregon
I promised with purchase of S4.000.-
To s e a l In t h e
000 feet o f timber along Four Hit
creek in the Orator lake forest.
Hell Telephone Co spend $36.000
to b a c c o flavor.
on Salem plant.
Donald— Field of oats here thresh
es SO bushels to acre.
Portland- $5.( 00.000 to
on power development for expos;
S IM M O N S
Myrtle Creek to vote on bond issue
III the Circuit Court of the Stale of
for lurger saho'.ds.
Oregon for Columbia County.
Rainier— Work begun on first of
six wood working plants to be erect
Harbura Steiu. Plaintiff, vs W i l
lis C. Stein, Defendant
G. A. R. VETERANS
Silverton— Work to start on new
To W illis C. Stein, the defendant
HAVE MEETING $00.000 grade school building.
In the name o f the State o f Ore
Corvallis»— New non resident stu-
Y K K N O N IA . Or.— tSpecial, i— On dents to he charged $60 a year tul- gon. you are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint filed
Saturday. Aug. 20th John Hucher tion.
Sheridan— T w o rock crushers and against you in the above entitled suit
Host and Corps of Veruonia enter
mim'd tho ShepariTstown Host a n d '26 men working at Leo Rowe l on or before six weeks from the first
publication of this summons, to-writ,
Corps of t latskanie
Vfter tho sumptuous chicken din
Rend— All wool about here sold on or before the 24th day of Septem
tier. 1921, and if you fail to so ap
ner which the Vernonia ladies know at 14 to 17 cents.
Linn county farm bureau lias con- pear and answer plaintiff will apply
how to serve, a short meeting was
held after which t lie afternoon was ¡tra d e d to buy all farm implement to the above entitled court for the
spent in visiting and short talks by direct.
relief prayed for in her said com
Albina— Concrete pipe plant to plaint, to-wtt. for a decree dissolving
the comrades and ladies of both
cost $25,000 going in here
the bonds o f
corps aud posts.
i’olk county refunds $10,000 lev plaintiff
In a few well chosen remarks
defendant and that
t 'omander Weed spoke of the work j ied in excess of 6 per cent limitation plaintiff lie granted a divorce, and
done hy the Womens’ Relief I ’orps
Jeffersot*- Martin sawmill to op such other relief as to the court may
in general and paid a much appreci-! erato five miles north of here
This summons is
ated compliment to the work done j
Indianapolis milling company un served upon you by publication hy
by the Jolm Bucher Corps since or- dertaking large operations on Kane|order o f the Hon. J A Kakln. Judge
o f the above entitled court, which
Calipooia berry crop order was made on the 4lh day of
Commander Payne ot the Shep-
August, 1921. requiring that said
ardsiown Post gave a talk of ap will reach 450 000 pounds
com -1 summons bo published once a week
preciation on their ^ordiai retention
'f o r six successive weeks in tho Si
hy the John Bucher Corps and closed pany enlarges local plant
Grants Pass erecting community Helens Mist and requiring that you
his talk by inviting the John Hucher
appear on or before the I4th day of
Post and Corps to meet with them building to hold fair
on Saturday, September 10th.
Koseburg— Project pushed to Ir September, 1921. and answer the
complaint o f plaintiff herein.
Comrade Eastman spoke on tlie rigate Cow creek canyon
Date of firet publication August
unity of the Grand Arm y of the Re
Bend— North Canal Co. organized
public and the
Relief to irrigate large tract.
Date of last publication Septem
Grants Pass— Lam on Savage ra
President Popham of Shepards- pids completed and machinery in her 23. 1921
C H A M B E R L A IN . TH O M AS *
town Corps spoke on the good of tlie ■ stalled.
K R \ K M K R and R K P O W E L I
order and what the corps stood for: j Cottage Grove will spend $15.000
Attorneys for Plaintiff
" T o give without expecting returns." | on Lorane road.
Mrs Roberts gave a talk in h on or.
Postoffice address 400-7 Chamber
Cuiatilla couuty fruit crop will to
of "O ld G lo ry” which shold be re- ) taj 7 50 cars.
of Commerce Bldg., Portland. Ore
membered hy all who heard it.
Oregon will receive $1,500,000 gon.
President Spencer closed the in -1 under new highway law.
teresting meeting by telling of a few
Fossil - 25 men employed on Cum
NOTICE TO CK K D ITO K S
personal experiences of her girlhood ! ming.s Hill highway
during tho Civil war
Milton— Contracts let for $150,000 In the Count) Court of tin- State of
Oregon, for the County of Colum
The (Tatskanie people departed high school
amid many wishes of good will.
Marshfield— Oregon Export com
pany is loading 1,000.000 feet of In the Matter of the Estate of Carl
George Hetmuller, Deceased
lumber on the schooner North Bend
How Old is Connie J. Grabb?
Notice i» hereby given that the
Grants Pass— W ork will start im
W A S H IN G T O N . — Senator Stan mediately on the construction of tho undersigned has been apointed ad
field has clashed with the civil ser highway to the caves.
ministrator o f the — 'ate of Carl
vice commission. He says Conr le J.
Pendleton— The McKay creek pro George Hcimuller. deceased, by the
Grabb, who is ambitious to grab the ject is an assured fact.
above entitled Court, and has duly
appointment as Baker po.4tma.ster,
Ground now bioken for armory a( qualified. All persons having claims
att ai ned his 30th birthday on Sep McMinnville.
against said estate are hereby noti
tember 13 last, when he was 29 years
fied to present the same, duly veri
old. Tlie civil service hoard ruled
fied as by law required, to the un
Grabb out o f the •¿amination on
September 16 because he will not oe
FOR TRUCK OWNERS within six months from the date
30 years old until September 17.
Senator Stanfield quotes the law as
Truck owners are coming to real
t>ated and first published Aug 19.
saying a candidate shall have at ize that tires have a very important 1921
tained his 30th birthday.
part in successful truck operation.
JOHN H E L M IL L K K .
Administrator as Aforesaid.
1011 10! >1
Gasco B ld g. Portland. Oregon, A t
torneys for Administrator
OU WILL NEVER wish to take another dose o f
pills after having once used Cham berlain’s T a b
I hey are easier and more pleasant to take,
more gentle and mild in their action and more reli
i hey leave the bowels in a natural condition,
" bile the use o f pills is often followed hy severe
constipation, requiring a constant increase in the
Kvery bottle guaranteed by your druggie*
You S ave M o n e y ”
says the Good Judge
A n d get more genuine chew
ing satisfaction, when you use
this class of tobacco.
is because the full, rich,
tobacco taste lasts so
you don’t need a fresh
nearly as often.
A n d a small chew gives more
i cal satisfaction than a big chew
«;■ toe ordinary kind ever did.
• y man who uses the Real
'1 obaeco C h ew will tell you
/ ‘ul up in two styles
V *.i ( .Lì I i.s a long fine-cut tobacco
R I CJ11 1 C U I is a short-cut tobacco
NOTICE OF M E E T IN G Ol ( M I NTY
HOARD OF E Q I'A FIX A TIO N
Notice I.s hereby given, that on tlie
second Monday In September (Sep
tember 12th), 1921, the Board of
Equalization will attend, at - the
Court House, In Columbia County,
Oregon, and publicly examine tho
assessment rolls for the year 192 1.
and correct all errors In valuation,
description or qualities of lands,
lots or other property assessed by
the assessor; and It shall be the
duty of persons interested to appear
at the time and place appointed
The Board of Equalization will
continue Its meetings from day to
day. until such examination Is com
pleted but will not be in session for
a longer period than one month from
the date of beginning.
O. W B L A K E S L E Y ,
NOTICIA FOR Cl Mbit A ITON
Department o f the Interior.
Land Office at Portland. Oregon
Aug 6th. 1921
Notice la hereby given that John
T I.ouslgnant. of Seappoose, Ore.,
who, on July 1. 19 IS, mads Home
las amended I, No
06183. for SW148WA4. Section 15,
Township 3. N., Range 2 W , W i l
lamette Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make Throe-Year Proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before the Register hr R e
ceiver of the U. H Land Office, at
Portland, Ore., on the 28th day of
Claimant names as w Its esses:
Frank H. Hill, o f Seappoose, Ore .
R. 1, Box 64, H J. M. Bennett, of
Seappoose, Ore . It
1, Box 54,
George Bleloh, of 26 East 8 HI ,
Portland, O r e , F I). Kammeyer, of
Seappoose, Ore , Box 63
Act June 9, 1914
ALEXAND ER «W E E K ,
Il o F«, il PurgtiUve
F \ F « i TOII S S I I F »»•
Va .1 p u f ulivo Chiimberluln's l'ut»
|, ls di' Ilo. ovati tiling
In thè Circuit Court of thè State of su-, tic 011 .tilg i for G>"
Oregon for thè Coutil) of Mulino mild t'iioi.cl, io children I hoy ca lao
muli. Dopurtmeiit of Prolude
ni agro* aide movement of ilo' bow *| h
In thè mutter of tho estate of Elizu u h limit all' of l'Ut! terrible griping
lioth Waterford Doccused
Ilo»' uro I M S ) anti pleasant to take
Noi ice Is borri)' given limi fi “ tu
agn tviltlt. in effect
and after thè 20th day of Heptnmbor
1921. Ilio undersigned exeeator
t » » V V V V V v » y V V V )
C O L U M B IA
AU sti , ~ I
thè lust w ili nini (. stameli! of Ho
C< MI'ANY AU8Tk*lT
atiovo itameli Elizabeth Waterford
doreuscd. will al bis residence is;|
Goo U old,,,, ! *1 "SliJsilt
East First Street Nortli. Portland. | I*
k A A
A A ^ A A
A. gw A J
E l,. M O K LE Y JITN e T Ì
Oregon seiI al privalo olio ami lo,
Beat car lu Uiviu
tho hlghost blihlor and for meli, a m i1
DK. C. E. W ADE
¡day or night
HUbJeot tu ninflrnitdlon li) tho sbovo
P i i ) sit ien, ami Surgntiu
lami Spendivi* lloul'mi |u
entitlod court tho followlng dorrrlh
Phono l 6 N W
od reai proporli belouglng io tho ih . Ruckle Bldg
St Helena, Ore
tujo of suiti ileooased. lo " il
The west fifty foot of lots mie nini
DR. JAMES T. M ARTIN
two In block flfteen of Ell aheth jrv :
Ing's Addltion lo tno city of Kasf
B E N N E T T 'S il A It BEK «111)77 !
Rank Building new
Portland, no" wlthln thè corporate j Room 14
locatimi Oí, i,,,, s,,../ J*
limita of thè i ttv of Pori lami tu tho|
I cry Hung modern
Coutil) of Multiiomah and Stato eft
St Helens, Oregon
Oregon, as sliown ti) thè .lui' record
ed piata of salii Klixaholh irviiig »
DR. L. G ILBERT ROSS
Additlon : aneli aule thereof to he
slut Club t'lga. SI..,.
I’ h) m I i I mu • i‘ *l Huru^on
mudo as a " h o le
II lena sanitary aud up to list,. nM(l ln ^
Also thè smith half of thè soni 11 i Office In Haut HUi*
Coma In and »e« u,
west quurtor >f soctlon thlrty-slx In
DR. ALFRED J. PEEL
township slx north of rango 111 ree wo»t
of tho Wllluinotte Melrdlatl. rontaln
Pti)H|ilen u n i S u r g e o n
ing eighty acre«, more or lesa, ai !
1 1 , egon
cordlng to governtnent »urvov In thè «I
t 'H I T T EM b- V part burw.
shooing blu* ksmlth
County of Columbia and State or
NN egtiu, t,,.
Oregon. sudi salt* thereof to ho 110111 *'
.Huge, aulo lepulis
JOHN L. FOOTE
us a whole
Ylloi f ) -at-laiw
riattai aliti first publlslietl August
, • » A I' M N N
lioraostioeing and sagcui wurk 7
Oste of last publiration. Septem
ronugo »olle,tod and « „ rk ,
ber 16. 1921
teed Ward Shop, liuiiltoa. 0r,
AI.I.KN F FLOWERS.
riiyftlrtmi «m l Hing« *>n
Exeeutor as Aforeauld
Tel. l : l l
It,mi* lit lit
Muchi» Blot k.
St Helens. 4 »regoli
SIM M ONS
prompt aliti renatile . t v I ci . 1 'oUg.L
In the Circuit Court of tli ‘ W**|r of
DR. S. H. RUSSELL
. lion torvlce ' vt't y wli.-i « 708 li-ku
Oregon, for tlie t unit) if I oillUI-
1 hit oprai lor
Building, Purttund. Oiegoo
Mattie Offlca ami Kealtlmu* 106 1 't »I u til I, la
F. V. McCreery. Plaintiff
St , Next to City Hull
Met 1 eery,
Phon» 12« J
St Helena, Oregon
J II. G R IF F IS
t uulractui. bmg. !
In tlie name of the State of Ore
Simp ,,u «1 Haim I
DR. CHAS. E. RIGDON
gon you are ht-rel > comma,,dud to
St Halen», llreguu
O lii opraci u: l'hyxiciun
appear aud answer or otherwise
F h runic mid Ntjrvuti» DI ••ai#*«
plead to tlie complaint filed sgulnst
B* il >T 11 t * ,n tractor u»
Feiual« I)lhOI ( l l T O t c
you lu the above suit ou or before
Builder I’ luna and Kstiuialaa Kura
1 foil I'M « * 111 to £* p 111
the 9th day of September,
St Helena, Oregon.
110 1 1*1 umiltà Sf
which is six full week, from the iliitu
opponi!« r i « / « r i i « r m « r y
of tlie first publication of tbia sum
A L B E R I ' HURI H A U HI» grit.
Ht Urlati«, Oregon
molts, aud if \ou full so to appeur
dock builUlug, brlilga work
tlie plaintiff will ask tlie nourl for
the relief sought for Iti his in n
DR. M HOWES
St Helena, Ore
plaint, to wit
1 divorca from you
on tlie grounds of cruel aud Inhuman
treatment and, "tillering lifa burden
Phono Tabor 6566
some This summons Is served upon
Writ« t i r i C Stalk Port latiti < )r**
you by publication tn accordance
I IIK L T O N T I R E SHoP-HoulU»
with an order made by tlie Hon
Vulcanltilig, la tiaajiog tj.
J A Eakin Judge of the above
on a tire
Work gu.tisD(t«i) I m »
Tuai her of \ ittliu
ourt made and entered on tlie 26th
(lie s houglit ant) anld
day of July. 1921. anti tlie date of YVaeka Apta
Phone 114 U \ luasckaorl. Proprietor.
St Halen» lito
tha first publication hereof is July
29th. 1921, and tho date of the last
publication will lie September 9lh.
V. D. ELDER
H a n d y b u sin e ss
D ire c to ry
Te«4 l»4*r 4 $f l ’ inno
LYONS, T H E PA IN I Kit Un uU
W E CRITCH LO W .
At Orc«<li« Hofei Monday, ' I ' 1 « >. Rtilialtl* Paper Hanger, i
Attorney for Plaintiff. 726 Cham
«ntl W«dU 6 tfday of K«rh Wvek
St. Heleua, Oregon
her Commerce Bldg
For Infor million phono 1 4
lb -till Fvillllilirfllims Set.
MRS E. E COX
W ASH ING TO N
T w i l i e r o f I ’ i«ii4».
IN G LE S ID K
DAIRY fur l'unl
for postmasters in Oregon at tlie fol
W lióle Milk
From our o»u T
lowing places am scheduled for Sep RoHldenco Near Central Grocery
Kf Helen», Of«.
T« ted Cow* Quality, -urvim |M|
tember 21. Cascade Lock*, Cove,
nnt's'd* Try uw \\ I. Ilorrl* Hr,,» ]
Helix. Maupin Barkdnle and Union
Salaries range from $1100 to $ 1 900
, Phoiin 20 I- 2
t . s w in r i
Tiio examinations may lie taken on
r i o l c r l a k i r juh I f-'tinerii! IH rt M fo r
tlie date named at tlie following
f o i t n l ) < ( ir o lle r
La Grande I*hone 54
Hehldeuc** phone 113 2
Pendleton arid The Dalles
St 11**1 emu Oregon
OKI AMIA H O T E L Thoi labiata»
i ’ rop
i ’ourteouH treatneot, Kirn
JOHN L. STORLA
c l « « « «ccoiniuodatioiih «ml meal«.
Room 17 Bunk Building
|EARL OIL (kiroaini)
St Helena Or*
use inoil heater*, cook-
stoves and lamps. Ask your
dealer for Pearl OiL
Ft IR I’ Ll MHING inni repalntl
S le v « Balocco Moulton I'luuih-
Price» ulways rea*oa»*k.
GEO. H. S H I N N
m i ,
J. W. DAY
Y tit,l'Ut-) -a,- I .aw
St II, 1.....• “ ' e
W. A HARRIS
B A !. i l M o
A. Jaloff, .Mgr
*» it Flit I.K
7:30 a tn
8 00 a m
10 46 a m
11:40a. m .
1 I SO a m
1:1 6 p in
~ ■ 30 p m
1:46 p. m
6 : 30 p rn
S IS p in.
8 30 p m
6:15 p m
9 : 4 5 g ni
o ffic e in Bunk Building
c C CARSON Tha Shoe Iwctor
iSiioe Making, Repairing Wallin|!°*
B l d g . St Halt'ii»
Ree Phone 116 W
St. Helena, Ore
R EST AURA NT-
E. A. ROSS
Bua Phone 23
Tile Home of G imm I Futa. 0i*lt*iT
jDn ilie Strand.
S. B. HOSKIN
SHEPARD'S AUTO BUS LINES
4, 00*1 meala ut
S H IN E
P A R L O i^
LA D IE S
V v i
Shoe« Cleaned and Dy».! 8bua lAWj
J and Good Work
a a i H e w i t t Building
Ticket office and waiting room at menta in th* 1. O. O
T R A N S F E R COMPANIES
Riverside 1 01 ,fe, . :onery
k' building on tbu
Hltecial leaves Portia,ul Satinila)
H E LE N S I HANSI *-K
mo li mouth.
\ islllng hrothara are
and S u i n i «) at I f i m i p. na
Tran »far. Storage
ll» i mi “ g .
aiwaya glvun a lieurty waicoiua.
B L U F O R I) E , OOP E R, N G. kinds: also oak and 1 "
loy ano IleSlileH*. F t")1».
(4* B L A K E S L E Y , Secretary
33 R and 16
Mizpah Chapter O K 8 meets in
M rK IE T r u n a h r j g
Musoni» Mail ti,*, »et-oati au.l fourth
long d »I ' ”
Saturdays of eu. li month
Phon* «HJ Uf
LAI HA Iti l'LER, W. M Rates ressonaltle
K F F IK BROWN, Secretary
Iit'i'h » Rukukah Lodgi, No
317, ■lenta second unti fourth Thura
lay wf taci, month in I O o F hall
Vlalllng members nlwaya welcome
GENEVA INGHAM. N G
o k A 1 E N N E T T , Secregary
TRY OUR FINE BUTTER
o » tha hraad arid ssa how mach
kattar it taataa
It will maka
S K f T I lK
yonr ir.outh wata, arary Hma ),,«
tblnk of It.
Oar bu'tar i«
Notice la hereby given that the
for all purpoao*
It glras a dall
urideraigneil will not he responsible
acy of f|A.,r ao other butte,
for any debts or expenses incurred ]
or contracted by my son Tony Corey I A pound ia all (hat Is necessary tc
make you a atead uaer
or his wife Bernice Corey, as he has
left my home and got married again-t
He is at present In the!
I ’ nited States Navy at Bremerton I
Dated at Vernonlu, Or., this 180, i
day o f August, 1921.
A SAD CORKY |
St. Helens Co-Opera-
live Creamery Assn.
Aron Lodge No 62 Kliigbt* of
Pythlea meela crery I ueaday atau
ln* lb 1 » 'lo Hall. 8t Helens
IMng Knlghls always welcome
F. T P H I L L I P C. C I
EDISON I B A LI,A G II. K of R and ,
8 , and M of F
rhuraday In each
JAMES II K E M P. W M
W K QUICK, Secretary.
Helens Camp No 16.» I f . Med
Wood men of America, meet* th,
r rsi WVfjneaday of each month U
Hie I O O F hall
B f, MONISH, Conaul
■ L m B A R K , Clerk.
PERRY GRANITE CO
Karl Perry, M8r'
301 4th St. P o r t la n d , Ore.
D es ig n e r * and Manuf*c
Hirers of Monuments
ileal with us direct
thus save agent s colini'**
For (rood W o r k alw»y*
\ I ’n.u ■ » red ........ *
TI,o uniform euct r*#<
t.nndnd tho ueo of 1 'u,r" " . ttie ra
lie and Duir hoea •‘ ^ l,(^ yc„ llll(|»l*»
lief and cure o f I n . " 11 '
I h /H i for children and * d " “ ’
I-r, ught it almost
• hat It Is practically " ' ,h7 ,„cd «
and as everyone who h»*
knows. It Is without an « * “ •