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THE ST. HELENS MIST
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peci to vlstt St llelnns to nieet muliy
of iny old frinitila
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al of my subsc-iptlon for I want The
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I wlstl thè editor ami bis fum 11 v
h n<1 my Si
Halena friend» and ac
iiunlntancea a i -ry Merry Christina»
ami a llappy and Prosperous New
Wlth klndest regard». I am.
A 11 JOHAN8EN.
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vst del t» can enjoy the fullea! meas
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S C. MORTON........................hdltor the man who is in debt. The man
\ UDREI I VI ES I JOTTER.
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Ills credit is a poor man indeed Moat
t'lutskanie. Ore., Dec 17.
good men use their credit both as a Editor Si Helens Mist,
Si. Helens. Oregon.
One Y e a r ................................. 12 OU matter of convenience and as a mat
Dear Sir: 1 have read with much
Six Months ............................. (1.25 ter of necessity.
Hut no good man will swindle Ins pie'sure E. II Flagg's hlstoiy of The
Mist No man living could have writ
Entered as secou J-class matter,
He will either pay his debts when ten it better. 1 was a subscriber for
January 10th, 1812, at the Postoffice due or relieve tiis creditors of any The Mist when It was edited by tllen-
at St. Helens. Oregon, under the act ground fer apprehension as to the dye. ilso when edited by Ayers, Me
of March Sru. 1879.
honesty of his intention to pay. The serve. Flagg and Gilbert.
man who pays or arranges to pay is
the euual of any man.
NORMAN M E R RILL
C O U N T Y O F F IC IA L P A P E R
Mr. Merrill has been a
Hut the man
dodges bis debts is no man al all subscriber of The Mist for many
Member National Editorial Associa Everybody knows the fact and he years and he Is one of those pioneer
subscribers who insits on keeping his
tion and Oregon State Editorial knows it as well as anybody else
The man who does pay his honest subscription puid in advance
debts, or. if unable to pay. conducts
himself so as to retain the confi-1
ENJOYS READING MIST
dence of his creditors, stands higher j
in the confidence of everybody in j Mrs T J. Schofield, a former re«
M GGI.STS SOME NEW IDEXN
The Christmas season is upon us. every way than the man who has ident of St. Helens but now living in
The world is again about to celebrate never had occasion to owe anything, j San Francisco, writes when renew
Under thè direction of Dr James
the anniversay of the birth of Him
S. Marlin, generai superlntendenl of
ing her subscription to The Mist:
who died that mankind might live.
Received your letter in regard te ilio National Uoform Associati,m,
T H E \ \l I E OF \ SM ILE.
It is the most important anniversary
The Mist and wish to thank you for there was belìi la Washington. D t’ ,
in the calendar year.
A Jury in Kansas City awarded a sending same. Also wish to thank you October 30 lo Nuvoli)ber 2, "a con
out time itself from that mighty boy $20.000 for the loss of the abll- for the prompt way in which you volitimi In belialf of limitatimi of
1 look so faithfully' armament.”
; ity to smile. The boy climbed a tree send the paper
It is a solemn but sweet occasion, and there he encountered a live wire for it every Monday and seldom am I
Ilelng under thè ausptres uf thè
and should be forever observed in ' improperly insulated. It came in disappointed
I certainly enjoy the allevo iiamed organi*»!imi thè wliolo
that manner At the Christmas sea i^mtact with his cheek, inflicting a paper and keeping in touch with the . ffalr naturally carrled a strong nat
son our thoughts should turn, for a
The oul Mini
painful wound which did not heal St. Helens folks, many of whom are binai referti! flavor
while at least, upon the life and the, for weeks and left a permanent in my friends.
mg sont Imeni was. cure utl ir tir
character of Him whose birth vvei
Wishing you nnd yours and all my ili», sedai, politicai, and Indù.»*rial,
The nerves or muscles which gov friends in St Helens a Merry Christ- by initkitig ('tirisi ibis world’s klng.
And if we do this our celebration | erned the power of smiling were de-1 mas and
t Happy and Prosperous through legislative notimi
of Christmas will be the right kind. stroyed, so that his attempt to smile New
In empliasulng ilio necesslty of
for 1922. 1 remain
We will forego undue feasting and j
personal leadership. Dr Duilley M
ostentatious display. Wo will share
Wilson of Philadelphla salii "Oi»r
MRS T J SCHOFIELD,
boy was called to the witness stand |
our stores with tnose less fortunate
4354. 25th St., San Francisco. ( ’ alif faith must he la a persoli, thè p e r
eti of ilm Lord Jesus Christ." "WIII
It is a beautiful old custom to 'the jury and attempt to smile, the
ilio poople," he asked. "he wiillng
verdict was assured.
give presents at Christmas, but j
t> cominlt *(i thè Io n i Jesus Christ
Twenty thousand dollars was little
judgment should be used in the giv jenought to receive as compensation
The Mist has received a letter thè g o v e r n i n o l i ! of thls world?’
ing. There is nothing in the Christ
At another vessimi of Ibis convoli
from Aug. Johansen, a former resi
spirit in buying things we cannot af for the loss of the power to smile. dent of St Helens
Ho and family limi thè secretar)’ of thè Lord’s Day
, Some men have lost that power
ford to give to people v.-tn do not
¡through other causes than electric are now living at Scotia, California. Alitali ce. Dr Harry L Rowley salii,
propaganda for thè Sahhath must
ity, and it hag damaged them more For several vea’ t Johansen was one
Our gifts should he to the poor, to
children, to the aged, to those very- than that amount.
Even when the value is small, it
near and dear to us. and every gift
should he in the Christmas sp'rlt.
But It is to one’s self that one ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
And this Christmas season, i f all
the gre uest harm by sour
times of the year, is a season for so
briety and the most sober thoughts. lo ks. The man who can no longer
It is but a few days until the close smile has killed joy out of his own
of the year, and we should strive to life.
make these cl. sing days the best of
KD ITO K IA L S gi IBIsKTS
The whole world, and our own
In times of peace recover from ♦
country in particular is passing war.
through a time of stress and uncer
We have not fully recov
Modern government is the white ♦
ered from the shock of the world man's burden.
FOR Y O U N G OR O L D Y O U C AN
war. There is a general let-down, a
I N D A S U I T A B L E P R E S E N T IN
deadening of the moral sense.
During this Christmas season let habits he keeps.
us. each one, examine our own selves
and study our individual "relation to
others around us. Maybe, by think is stranger than fiction.
ing for a while on the life of ‘ he
The German mark has now be- ♦
Master, wo may get the Inspiration come a mere scrap of paper
which all of us need for our dally
life and conduct in the year just j
H O U LTO N , OREGON
And one-half of society doesn t j ▼
know bow tho other got in.
This is a time for solemn thought. j
Another way >f borrowing troub
we repeat, but not a time for de- j
For from our solemn le is to loan a friend money.
thoughts we should get comfort and
As between John Bull and Irish
cheer, and cause for happinets.
Chiist was born 1921 years ago. | bull, most of us went to be neutral
and He still lives. What Is there to,
If politics is dirty, it is because
make us afraid?
of the kind of men that are in poll
Christmas is a good time. a. glad tics.
time. Let us make it so for others.
And with Tiny Tim. let us pray.
That fellow Tom Sims suggest
“ God Bless us all, every one.”
that battleships represent floating
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W H A T CONFERENCE W I L L NOT
Wilson’s Second-Hand Store has a large stock of
“ How can I get into the movies?"
‘ asks a correspondent. Buy a ticket
desiiable Household Goods at very reasonable prices.
The disarmament conference now|and walk right in.
In session at Washington is making
The world M kept going by men
It has brought together
If you have any good articles of second-hand fur
the great diplomats of the principal who a>e so hard up that they can’t
governments of the world, and under
niture for sale phone us.
the light and guidance of a free re
Anoth *r good thing aoout phono
public the demand for a better civi
graph music is that you don't hav
lisation is being made.
| to brag on it unless you feel like it
America is now leading the way to
a better civilization, and the confer
Tho difference between firmne- -
ence is not being held in an atmos ;; nd stubborn«** Is the difference be
phere surrounded by warring g o v -, tween your self and the other fel-
ernments, but in a free land, that has low.
VV est St. Helens, Oregon
ever championed the downtrodden of
I A Canadian named I M. Wise got
At the conference America is rep -1 married the other day. And now he
resented by Its ablest statesmen, ap- will probaly want to have his narri"
pointed by the President, wno is not I changed,
a partisan, but a broad-minded and
I Counterfeit 250 kills are said to be
Out of this conference will not :n circulation, but so far none of
come any scheme to throttle govern-, 'h'-m have been found in the church
ments, no matter how weak they may t collections
r — _
be. There will be no binding obli-
A moving picture in which the
gations or secret treaties to make
hero ha» never been mixed up in any
chattels of human beings In the call
for war. There will be no guaran scandal ought to draw pretty well,
don't you think?
tee* that will take away the liberty
of an American citizen to protect the
grasping power of empire» across the
»eas.— Westchester (N. Y.) Globe.
sweep thè nailon, and Itimi salii by
wav of empitasi*, "W e, a» v !oe regimi «
of Christ. uro fiere to see tini' Il li
wlll Is dune oli earth a» It I» In
l.et ine ijuole Ihe words of anoth
er rouiiiietitiiig mi thè ahove siine
" H e ni net he hllud indeeil
wlio. ili thè llglil of Illese »Intel.... .
cannol «ee ilio terrlble dunger
In (he national roform tmiveineiil
The »mali iiumber of poople. coni
paraiIvely. of thè national referm as
■ ed ili Ioli Mollili Hot. of tself, le» a
»ertoti» inenace to liberty of con
Science, l'Ut there are nuV so nani
allieti soi'lnl le» unitili», « l e , ihul
tliut thny do liecom» forili ululili' a»
fer year» some of thè«« nmn bave
lieeil lellllig Ilio .....pie III,il eviri
MRS. A. F. BASEEL,
M V V ' i RI Mi
W E A R E P R E P A R E D T O S E R V E Y O U WITH
T H E F R E S H E S T A N D B E S T O F BAKERY
P R O D U C T S . O U R M O D E R N “ D U T C H O V EN”
G IV E S T H E B E ST S E R V IC E .
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TO P E R F E C T IO N
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O N S A L E A T O U R B A K E R Y O R A T YOUR
G R O C E R S. A S K F O R H E I N I E ’S B A K E R Y
P R O D U C T S —T H E Y W I L L S U IT YOU
West St. Helens Bakery
S. F. H E U M A N N . Prop
Save Money on Furniture
Wilson’s Second-Hand Store
A Message to Thoughtful
Gift B u y e rs........................
1 here is no other gilt which will continue to charm
after years of delightful possession with the same appeal
as a diamond, a watch or some article of Jewelry. Never
before have we shown a more complete stock of just such
Remember your dollar will go much farther today
than it would a year ago. My entire stock based on to
WOMEN AS JURORS.
Women jurors are superior to men |
jurors in dispensing justice. This Is j
the conclusion reached by a Minne
apolis jud^e after an investigation i
into the work of women jurors in |
various part» of the country.
Ho has also found out that hand-1
some men do not affect women jur-'
ors’ judgment ;.s much as pretty,
women do men jurors; that women ;
Jurors are not so prejudiced „."»Inst
corporations as men, and that wom-
ea jurors almost always agree with j
each other but are frequency lined |Wants you to list your house and
ill* against their male associate«.
Jud-re« in the Cleveland courts de- l o t ; also your Ranches for quick
cla.ed they had found women Jur-
ors more generally satisfactory in • sale. W e have several custom-
every kind of case 'han men.
r _ , ■ ,, ,
It Win not be long until women crs waiUn8 »or desirable homes,
are serving as jurors in every State. If you are looking for good,
and *he sooner the better.
Spellbinding among rriminai law choice places which does not re-
yors will continue to paint their cli
ents with w in"' and exhaust their ¡quire a fortune to handle call on
vocabularies of “ ob tiu f1" but the ¡us.
women will not be fooled.
The blind fiver, the spiked maniac
the gambler, the murderer, wlll have W e also write Auto and Fire
a rough road to travel when good
women sit In the jury box. The wo-
rair. will not be deceived trv the croc
odile tears of the accused or the ora
tt ry of his counsel.
Kavanagh Land Co.
You may say what you pieuse, bu ;
Mexico se^m ti bn tu J iv in g Jus’
world these days.
ST. H E L E N S , O R E G O N
Did You Buy Early?
If you did not buy early, come in tomorrw and we will
be prepared to serve you promptly.
Our store will he
open until a late hour both Friday and Saturday night*
to accomodate the last minute shopper.
LET US FURNISH YOU
Begin the new year right.
Quit paying rent and at the
A Few Suggestions
end of the year have something more than a bunch of
rent receipts to show for your outlay of money.
O W N YOUR O W N HOME
W e sold this week one house at $10 down. 1 W e have
others on very easy payment terms in 4-, 5- and 6-room
houses. Drop in and let us talk it over.
W e have farms of all sizes and prices. Buy one of them
and he your own boss. W e have one listed within the
city limits at a bargain price.
C entral Real E state Co-
Jewelry is the
Gift that Lasts, the Gift Supreme.
VON A. GRAY
W e are ready to serve you.
ST. H E L E N S , O R E G O N
g t Helens. Oregon