St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933, January 20, 1922, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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    T H E ST H E L E N S MIST. F R I D A Y
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1922
B ro w n s v ille
K ep u tr work to
Mill 4 o la
li. rd :
on b u il d in g s to b« occupi. | i,y
a ft e r r. p a ir■» and a*l ll o w n s v llle W oolen mills
i-oi.t Dr m $10
which
C l a t s o p c o u n t y c o u rt .-m» „ , ft>
co m pany of co m m o n la b o r in 13 6o ;>»r il4l
Pa« king
W a llo w a
New p o w er plant
o u tp u t d u r i n g rlttslng
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PAGE FOUR
THE ST HELENS MIST
<».ocd Every $v*<Uy »•»
THE MIST PUUIXSHING COMEA v i
S C MORTO N ......... ...................Edltor
s r a c H im o x rates
One Y M r ......................................... $3 Ou
Six Mentha .................................. »1 15
E n terad a* ta c c a ■•-aim*«
J a n u a r y Ktta. 191Î *« ’he Poatofflce
at St Helena O refon. nade, th e act
of March I r a . I I * *
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rtlC V T Y O K F U IA L P A P E R
Member Vati mai Ed'.trrU ; 1 «so *-
tlon an á Oregon Stmt« Ed. tortai
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gone by th ^ of.:
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Jo** T h ere was com para* r e l y lit-
case* of little im p o rtan ce and
v tie ’ h® n u p tia l knot, and
r»ra«ni' • n e thl*. people generally
do not a ach th e im p o rtan ce to th*
, v it m erits
Nowaday-
hr-T^vor 'hlne* have ch an ced The
jus * ice'* cour* tries n n n y ca*e* th a
h e retofore did not come before t h a ’
c o u r The V olstead act, th e p r o ­
hibition law highw ay traffic low?
and m any other«, now come before
the once d eserted court of th e ju -
tice of th e peace.
In point of case* tr ie d an d in
point of th e m an y legr! q u e s t i o n
arising on account of th e new laws
th e Justice of th e p e rr e h as t ..... r
an im p o r’an t and in m any tns’ance-
a well paid official
T h ere will soon he vacancy to be
filled ta t h e Bt Helen*
trict T he ap p oin tm en t will t - made
by th e county cou rt who should care­
fully examine into th e q u a lific a tio n -
of each ap p lican ’ before m ak in g th e
ap po intm en t.
T h e tim o is p a s t
when it is “ roo d m orning. ju d e e "
and "110 an d costs." Aman accuse''
of a violation of th e law has a rig h t
to expect th e s a n e tr e a tm e n t In th e
lo w er court as he w o ild in a big -
cou rt, an d th e c'ficial of th» l o w -
c o u rt should conduct th e a ffa ir- of
t h a ’ office in th e sam e dignified
m a n n e r th a t prevails in a higher
court.
T h e office is an im p o rta n t one
and th e co un ty court should g v»
d ue co nsideration to th is fact. Wo be­
lieve th e y will.
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ONE WAY H >B E U R O P E T o PAY
ITS DEBTS.
I It. .$ \ r It» *14.N \Tl4lN
H a th a w a y ha* resigned *<•
INDUSTRIAL NEWS
NOTES OF OREGON
,d he ^AUtà tho w orld U*
Hood K iver— 109 cars apple* were here
T
shipped th e past week
l i e e i s p o r i — Factor} h e re shipping plat
e ir
T
urn larg e o u tu t read y -m ad e g a r a g e doors
B ak er county tax roll red u ced 110. mill
S
is ; 000.
1 » 1*0 u rg a n tlj
L:nn co un ty f a m e licenses cost to r-
* ¿riT’ ! )R L m ? rea id to th e ho no rab le
dou
is8 <»ner, to iH of IT 9ti6 m 1 M 1 .
Lakeview is pushing s h o r te r road 1«
stenoffrupher# ar.‘!
• . K la m a th Kails, to cost I s o "00
Lincoln county su m * for $90.000
e th e mailing lint*
i th a t I m ay not receive an y m o rt taxes due on sp ru ce tim ber.
.McMinnville college 1» now l.in- gin
im eographs. troa s u r y decisions, cir-
field college wlh a $ 250.000 eudow
\V-
llar», latter*, w •.res aiuentim en?
’. -'rations, intarli neations. red tape ment.
A storia B aptists » tart w ork on •»
id o th a r dam pb. >oleriet to d is tu rb
m expecting some I o.ooO ch u rch
d to in t e r r u p t me
t ' a n b y - Shacks being moved to Inc
rites while singing m a k e room for tw o -story con crete
cat
. W im All Bless- building
Oregon t 'i t y — A m erican Legion to ed
gs Flow ’•
h pia
res tir.ai on c o ntained erect club house.
r o r t l a n d shipped 20.000.000 lb*
i Invent o r v of hi s r e w a rd s w hile n
■»j,
H- dti received no salary, but wool to A tlantic seab o ard by w ater duri:
P o rtla n d Ibid Follow* plan to
Ml accum ulated tw o d am ag e -u its
ere. t $ 2O0.00O temp.--
- * • »"ai Of $451.000.— Ex.
Jew ish o rd e r plan« 1100.000 e d u ­
catio nal institu tion
i U t Ml lit* M I t k
Linn county a sk s th a t only prop­
• Helen» will heve ;i? e rty owner* vote on bond issues.
Next
>r $
ny f a r m e r s from th a
M ultnom ah county deficit nearly
nt »?ctio ns of C olu m b ia county half a million
re to a tt e n d th e F a rm -
A s to r ia — K n ig h ts of P y th ia s to
p ro g ra m
T ha citizens of build $4" O00 tem ple
ers \V
St. He lent; an d th e farm er* of th e
G ra n ts Pas*— T he Cave Highway
tie th e best of friends.
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e larg est town in th e
St. He
cons idered one ol th e best
»r Í. rm produce. St Hel-
m - r k ’"
a m ore rap d gro w th ii
ens wi]
i t h r o u g h o u t th e coun-
developed
Such de-
veiopment will be of pro fit to
Helens and of like profit to th e
fa r m e r because he will have a bigger
nd b e tte r local m a r k e t. D uring
F a r m e r s ' Week let s get belter
When you work hard you need plenty of meat to
;u tinted w ith o u r f a r m e r friet; is
and show every c o u rte sy w ithin o u r
supply you with energy and vitality. Your appetite
power
It is so much b etter to oe
craves tender brown roasts and juicy, thick steaks.
an d neighborly.
rd e d hi* re*if
ion en fo rcam eu
The Energy Food for Strong
Men and Wome n
Meat is good for you.
W'e have the very best meat to be bought—it is
fresh and kept under the most sanitary conditions It
"touches the spot" when you arc hungry, and it builds
you up. Eat more meat!
K EE It* P K L - E L M T I o .N I’HoMIS»
J H W ellington, th e candidate,
said what m ig h t be expected of him
if th e people elec.cd him sh eriff J
H. W ellington, sheriff, has fulfilled
every pro m ise m a d e by W ellington
th e candida te
He has m ade a rec-
for enforcement of the law with
ou t f e a r o r favor, a record which ♦
rioulrf be g ratifying to tho se who
elected him to office In a n o th e r col­
umn of The Mist is a brief su m m ary ♦
of th e activities of th e sh eriff and ♦
his dep u ties in ru n n in g down la * -
" r e a k -rs. It speaks for itself
CHOICE MEATS AT THE LOWES I PRICES
M O R T O N & W IL S O N
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(Two Markets)
The Strand—Columbia St. Central—Willamette St.
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HAPPINESS ON
EVERY PAGE
It
i happy family that ha* a bank book
shi.win, accumulating savings, for just a few dol-
- a to a substantial
s u m ami regster happiness on every page.
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Be irt e ir. m financial w ury.
Ojien a savin,
acc< unt today!
First N atio n al Bank
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Mi-nib« Keiler*! K eserv* S>»'«-n>
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Ii it is anything in the realm of Real Estate, Ex
change Buy or Sell. Loans or Insurance- THE
RUTHERFORD REALTY CO. is headquarter
Business is g" d and values arc already going up
NOW ib the time
HOUSES
11 00 and 12 0 «1 U u n r h c h e a p
T wi g ih id F lo at Hi:
f u n ahed r e a d y lo u.
"in H ouse, tw o K'io<l till. In
« i <**«» <wi
lO, nice home place, with le
•; f p u o ’4. paid up »ir*
4 Bi <>m Brown Bungalow . gi*od «
« I . I NNI I H)
for quick action, with term«
x «Ml Noh lllll. Clo«« it..
5 Modern » and 5 K imiiu Bung
p rice $ 1 5 0 0 to $ j m l 0
Ilk« rant
PUBLIC FORUM
FARMS
says Mark Sullivan, in
"F rance,
his wire le t te r of F rid ay , " w a n ts sev­
AN A l’I’l i K d \ Til » V
eral th in g s from th e United States
Among th em she w ants th e cancella­
Scappo?e, Ore.. J .n. 12. 192.: ♦
tion of th e d e b ’? she ow<? u- ." G rea’ , E d ito r of T he Mist:
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B ritain is of th e sam e mind and that
Those who vi.-ited th e C h a m b e r of ♦
seem s a b o u t th e only big policy of c o m m erce C h an ter, m in strel show at
In tern atio n al
r e l r.ti o n s h p
t h a * , St. H e le rs this week w ere f o i t u n a 'e
F ra n c e an d G reat B ritain are to g e th ­ The q u ality of th e
p rogram
w s
er upon at this moment.
j. hove th e av erag e an d th e individual
Of course. Italy. Belgium an d o t h ­ tu n t*
j
In
e r beneficiaries of A merican lav ish ­ i fact, th e full ev en in g ’s work was well
ness w ould be ea g e r to fall In with I balanced an d clean.
th e plan of a general cancellation of
T he C h a n te rs a n d p a tr o n s deserve
debts. Most of th e E uropean co un ­ I g re a t credit for th e succes;; of th e
tries w ould stand to gain, and non" “n te r ta l n m e n t end here's hoping
of them would lose. G reat Britain
borrow ed heavily from u- and loaned th a t th e boys will go on m ak in g it
bigger an d bene.-, and when th e 1925
to o th e r c o u n tries; F ra n c e borrowed
freely from us, b u t loaned little, fair comes on. m ay th e y be a fe a tu re
a t will help to p u t Colum bia coun­
and o th e r E u ro p e a n co u ntries a r e en ­ th
ty on th e map
tirely on th e easy side of th e le d g ­
Itespec’fully
er.
J G. WATTS
B u t it would be different with the
U nited States, which loaned to n early |
T he le t te r of Mr. W att* » a - -hown
everybody and borrowed from cone
Moreover, we received n o th in g in 1 f° Mr J Cj N aum an. bu.-ir.<- - n. r.-
m oney Indem nity o r ter rito ria l a c ­ a g e r of the C h a n te rs an d who wa*
quisitions, while G reat B ritain and responsible for th e m in strel show
F ra n c e received both money and who said: "P le a s e t h a n k Mr W a tts
lands. T hey have m ore te r rito ry in for his kind expression. It is *ure!y
fact, th a n th ey can well a d m ln s te r • n c o u ra ^ m g and in b eh alf of the
In these try in g tim es We could, for m in strel trou pe. I want to th a n k him
Instance ta k e th e B rit.-h W est Indi--» for th e kind words an d also express
to ad v a n ta g e in p a rtia l compensat o’: : ';ur PPr‘" -a’:
, - - many
>f
of the deb t owed to us by th a t coun
try
Both Great B ritain an d Tr: n e
have islands in th e
Pacific
th a t
would be ad v an ta g eo u s to th e U nit­
ed States. T h ey m ig h t be able to
red u ce th e ir d ebts by ceding th o s -
Islands to America. At all events, n
proposition of t h a t n a tu re , com r.g
from G reat B ritain
and
i ranee,
would have a b e tte r a p p earan ce of
th e sq u are d*al spirit th an th is con­
sta n t, in direct n ag g in g fo r th e re­ The War Tax has been taken
mission of th e e n o rm o u s d ebts owed
off soda fountain drinks, ice
to the United S tates
T h e r e ’s H ealth and V igor
in Every Bite
IF THAT BITE COMES FROM A SLICE OF
OUR BREAD OK CAKE OR PIE.
We use the very best material, and it is really
home-cooked. Our cakes and pies are just as good a.s
Mother made—and probably much better Delicious
light bread, tender rich cakes, cookies that make you
want more—we make them.
Why bother to 1 ake? Let us take all the drudg­
ery and uncertainty of baking off y ur hands.
W est St. H elen s B akery
Dandy 14 a* r»- farm , 10 arr*** » U-ar tM l.iif* In p a a lu r e a: l
tlmtier. good young bearin g o n • ird, good 7 -r o o w bou •
b.irn a 1 o th e r building
• ■ •• IK'Ut s t r e a m , rot k ros i l
mil**« fro m court hou se
$ : 4Q0 00. tei ma
10 a r r e ; a m - - b-ar n . k U ltio m . tr. a s t r e a m , good r- id.
4 room house t.*m fr u lt. etc . lite I.Motion. $ 1 $00. ieri"
40 a c re farm . creek hottotli. 7 Illu n i h o u s e , l a r g e tetri:,
go.nl ro ad. good a íiihií , frult uo ro ck , itesi buy out >f
door* at $4.00it 00. terma.
W e h a n - a larg*- li«' o f a c r e a g e tr a r t a . ith I m a a y r h e a p 5
1 0 -a rre pía* •
Mi- tía«*- ICO a i r e , of good u n im p r o
an a a la la a l 9&.Q0
acre
T hla latid la lo ar l o w n
RUTHERFORD REALTY
CO.
Phones — Office 123— Residence 38-J *nd 74-W
AM ERICAN
S. F. HEUMANN- Projirietor
Houlton, Oregon
Phone 114-J
W ar T a x O ff
P rices R ed u ced
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cream cones and soft drinks,
OCR UKfcT IJ N K OK D E I E N h L . ' therefore we have reduced the
T h e H ilight, Wyoming
Home-1 prices of these items.
H e a d e r is published 42 miies from
a n y town or o th e r newspaper. F r o n t ­
ier new sp ap ers such as his re n d e r a
service to th e s ta te which is n o t fu l­
PRESENT DAY PRICES:
ly appreciated
E ditors in these f a r s c attered
to w n , m ake a nation such as th e
Plain S o d a s ......................5c
United State* possible.
Plain Ice Cream
, 10c
O u r people from Maine to W a s h ­
ington an d Irom F lo rid a to C alifo r­
Fruit Sundaes
.
.. 15c
nia a re held to g e th e r u n der one flag
large.y by th e power of th e country
Ice Cream Milk Shakes 15c
pres-» in m ak in g neighbors, from th e
stan dp o in t of in fo rm atio n and new*,
Coco Cola ........................5c
of ’he most d is ta n t sections of the
Root Beer ........................ 5c
land.
In w h at o th e r m a n n e r could 105.-
Ice Cream Cones .......... 5c
000,000 people, scattered over a p ­
proximately 3,000,000 sq u a re mile-,
Ice Cream Sodas
. 15c
t e held so c lo s e ly to g eth er as
th r o u g u th e Inform ation constant.«
dissem inated
by o u r tw enty-odd A.l other Soda Fountain Spe­
th o u s a n d co un try n ew spapers
cialties proportionately
T h e ed ito r of th e ’H o m e ste a d ” is
reduced.
typical of th e rural publir: er who is
r e n d e r in g a a in valuable service to
th is country.
Our wish for You and Yours is
oo
T h e N ew berry v erdict given by be
U nited State.» senate wher*-bj they
d eclared N ew berry guiitl<-.>a but a d ­
m in is tered a rep rim a n d , rem .n d s .-
so m e w h a t of t h e verdict In th e H a m ­
m e r case w h ere th e jury said r; •
guilty, b u t r e q u e s te d th e ju d g e to a d ­
m in is te r a r e p r im a n d to th e d e b :
a n -. Possibly m em b er of tli*r
a t e had h eard of th is v«rd.ct and
th o u g h t that in asm u ch as th e p re ­
c e d e n t w rs e s t a t i - icd, it m ig h t be
well to follow It.
that the New Year will
bring naught but Hap­
piness and Pros­
perity.
Mason’s
Lunches
Confections
Corporations
Firms
Individuals
At the beginning of 1922 when new busi­
ness plans are being formulated and put into ex­
ecution, we invite a thorough investigation of the
many advantages of an association with the
Columbia County h
Safety, courtesy and efficiency are effectively
combined in a banking service which is individ­
ualized to meet the »¡»ecilic requirements of each
and every patron.
Our officers welcome consultation.
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