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T H E ST. H E L E N S M IS T . F R I D A Y . F E B R U A R Y 3. 1922
OE COUNTY SCHOOLS
Nil AGENT NEWS
They are talking about Hugh"
And about l.o I • • and
ISotnh,* and LaFolh tie and John on.
und Underwood, and ilryun, and i o .
and ever air many other».
H O U S E H O L D M IN I S
H o t . I l l VI UH
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luteal lli»titule 1« lo I n - llelil Here on 1
o f Mu' im I
ttgf, |Md Ooliiinii » I I I appear M'KIIliti
ly in future IHHIH'H of Ilo- HI 11 ill i1 ii m
Milt, in ini' etitloavor u> bring lo I b i
rannerarci Columbia county Infor-
matlon nli Idi the County A «tun
w l i h i i to get lo thorn on it- taonable
unti tim i!) mbJaclM.
W o approdato
the ipirlt o f comperili Ion which Ilio
editor of ilio HI Ilei -li» Mini In:H ul
weys menlU'Hii-il toward tho County
A g en t'l iofflc o unii Ilio funner« of
Th e Couuiy Agent I ihn lioon uil
vieed thel a ululi 1« ho II c III uk amoiig
thè tarmar» lo «oli alfalfu unti olhor
ai oxholliltant lirico«
In eomoreo »•» ho Im» charKoiI $2 un
acre Cor tl>I h liiociilullon
tlon for alfulfa, d o ver, voichee, eie.
can be aerinoli through ilio Couuiy
Agont'a o f f i c e hy « n y funner wl»hing
nume a t.n prie« noi io exceed 60t
Klmlly noilfy Couuiy Ag
HI ilolnna, o f inyone
operatine tu your community cu
deavortng lto «eli thl« Inoctilatlou.
T r e e a 't h n
by »cab dtnlug Ilio |m«t your «houl i
by all me
he plowetl arouuil unti
thè oid top «oli iuriieil under, whlch
wlll aaela' uuiterlully In controlline
»cab d u r iti»
Dio comlnK mutami
Later on apruy hullotin« wlll he 1 «
aued from Ime io timo ahowlng ilio
proper tini unii inethod» of uppllc'i
Pruning if «mali fru ii» and her
rlaa can » « My be atarted from now
ou aa Hlaioier o f « «v o r e
weather 1» practically »vor. W o wl»h
to again'Ca uiIon tho g ro w e r» to burn
all brusii fr o m x«iich pruning«. In ol
der to ga«i it In tho control of dl
mid h o H o o d e d any
tim e now
T h o »« wlNhlng lo pur
chaae n o d »end »him Id got In touch
with the ' minty A gen t’» office, u»
we have eomo good quotation» from
grow er* :,wim have »e «d
o f good
Young tree« «bollili he planted
now a » comi a » po«»lh|e
timid d e e p
holee »hould h e d u g a n d p a r t i a l l y
filled back In with lop »o il b e f o r e
Therekw ill he a pruning demon
■I rat Ion u< th « Christ Naegell or
chard. Deer Ifl.ntd. February 7 » '
1:00 p. tn
ho a pruning demon
et rat Ion at the Jordan farm, (ioide.
W «duerni» y February s at 1:00 p
Attentlm I» again called to the
meeting to be held in
Rt. Melon» Saturday, February ■*« h
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SAY PUHEBREDS BEAT
¿ . O R D I N A R Y S 1 O C R
I I — Heionil
Kebruury I« Arbor Hay.
( I t ) J. It. W Ilkel'KOIl, Count) Hi lux,I
T h e flrnit local iii»tllute of the
prohent »cliool yeur will ho held at
HI. Helen» on Saturday, February
11. beginning ut lo o'clock In tho
MethodH of teaching the
kingllMli language throughout the ol
cm on l ary grades will ho e in p tiUHl/'i’J
by the Instructor». Supi. W. c. A ii
ilurson, county »uperinleudent ot
Multnomah cpunly, will he ono ot
Tho proposed county unnuul of the
j schools of Columhlu county 1» heart
A Imlh Ions Inquiry.
lly approved by tho teacher». 'I he
teacher» have been uivkod to stre»»
A well known irr veltng man who
lb " oulHtanding featur •» of the work \I k II» the drug trailo, ays lie In of
that they aro ilmlig wncu preparing Ion heard drugglsto n ’ .* cusioin’T
the material fur their d ltlrlc l» T i c who wlMhi'd to buy a cough tin dl-
picture» and view » that the annual clne, whether It was far a child or
will contain will alouu make It an 'ii adult and If for a child, they a l
Interesting hook. It will ho dedtcaic I ii:"»!. Invari':lily recommended oliate
to tho forme; county »cliool »uper berluln'H Cough Remedy
The r> i
intendent» of tho county.
»on for thl» I» thut they know tliei
Tho sim ond F riday In February 1« '» no danger from t and that It al
Arbor Day tor c.ll counties o f t i c way» c u n »
There I» not the I . ih I
»la te west of tho Cascado mountain» danger In giving It for colds, croup
The law make» it mandatory upon und whooping cough li 1» uusur
the part of the toucher» to hold such pa ncod.
exercise» on thl» day In their eclituds
a» »hull tend to encouruge the plant
lie good, and you will Improve
ing, protection and preservation of your chance to make g .od
i reeii and shrub».
Program » for the
Huy w ill In Kent out lo all teacher» \
asking for them
March 10 ha» been designated as 1
"T each er»' Day" for Columbia coun
Tho »chool o fficer» and school
pu'roiib In each district aro go.ug i<>
be asked to unllo In making the day
o.te of real pleasure for the teucliei .<
u. teacher» serving tho district. The
day will pro,'Ido many opporlunltle
whereby parent» may make tho fallli
till teacher feel thut »lie 1» appro
elated In I ho community
Ten year» ago there were only
e'ght eight high »chool teachers e m
ployed In the » hools of the county.
There are twenty-two employed hi
the «cliool» during llio present school |
year. The number o f pupil» attend
mg these high »chool.« ten year« ago
was about eighty »even a» compared
to four hundred sixty five ui t h is !
tfeuppooee, Hi. Helens, Itn
tiler, Ch.tskanio amt Vernon a main
lulu the only »taiidi.nl high school«
of t ho county.
There 1« some proha hall ly that two
field meet» will he held In the county
this year, one for the nigh schools
and one for the grade»
T h e essay,
oratorical and declamatory context«
will he held on the evenings o f the
»■me day» on which the field »port»
W e st
The grude teacher» arc
especially Interested iii the literary
contest» und there 1« little doubt hut
that they wlll »upport a two-day pro
Seventy-five per cent o f the teach
or» employed In the county are
teaching their flr » l year here. The
plan of changing teacher* each year
1» not so had a» it was several year»
ago. Doing hack fifteen year» It win
a common occurrence for ono room
■cliool» lo be served by two teacher«
during a six-mintI ih school
There 1» one school In which llurtj
two teacher» were employed during
a period o f twenty years.
N O T IC E S
HKYI N I'll HAY A D V K N T IN T
(flaturdu 1 at 10:00 n in. IT .ich
Missionary meeting ut
Our Rundey evening
ubrvices ! will begin on the evening
o f Febrm ry S ut 7: 4 f..
Shall W> have world pence? Tho
of the ITInco o f
Tha K in c dont of
Tboee tnd other topic» of world
Inte rest ' will be presented front u
Il Ibi Ica I and h'etorlcal viewpoint In :i
It 1» exported hy A. II Tarboll,
m ailer of I’omona tlrange, that tht• r •
will he a large attendance at the
meeting which wlll bo held In Ver-
Vernon la grang"
I iuh mail'' ample preparation» so M
Tarboll »luted, to hospitably enter
tain the grange member» o f tho coun
ty and the prog am which has been
arranged will be of Interest to every
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Money wouldn’t he »0
those who have it would loosen up
'fini In 11 y Invited to attend.
C A T H O I.IO
ond Cowllot Ht reels
mas» on Sunday at I I 30
^ ^ ^ ^ A p rln iii'«
it n 11
B v i i >'<t effectual, t'haml erl tin •
Cough Itemedy acts on this plan It
allays the cough, relieves the lung«,
aid* ex perioral ion, opens tho serre
tlont n i aids nature In restoring
jft fjg r '""I
Ti«• lit x i "<ln <n
^ ^ H a i n l I li' Ve I
l o 11«
q u a lp ie '
Try It xvlien you have a
I or cold.
HOT LUNCHES AT A L L HOURS
P O L A R C A K E — T H E L A T E S T I N IC E C R E A M
( I T ’S A B E A R )
Ì ST. H E L E N S B A K E R Y
St. HELENS STEAM
J. E. R A M S E Y
TO K i l l' Ill's I II.A L T H
IS K.\( II M AN'S A IM —
DOUBLE CALK LOCK
KTItlC T S A N IT A T IO N
CALK S G U A R A N T E E D TO HOLD.
A N E W P A I R O F S H O E S F R E E IF
T H E C A LK S CO M E OUT.
I L I M . S IH I \ M I.
Y O U believe in sani
S h o es Only
tation in your own home
so you should require it
of the laundry to which
you send your clothes
Insist up n Bergman Shoes and Double-Calk Lock Calks
and have the best Shoes made and absolute Calk Pro-
tecti n. No more lost calks.
you that ours is the ser
W rite for Our lllu«lriiteil ( alali.g.
Theo. Bergmann Shoe Mfg. Co.
avail yourseif of
rillT R M A N ST
P O R T L A N D , ORE.
St. HELENS STEAM
When you buy meats with the government stamp of
If Old Man Winter has been trying to cause trouble,
just drive in and let us see wiiat’s the matter— and ii'<
Battery and ignition troubles
are a specialty with us.
H A R M S BROS.
Expert Auto Mechanics
Shop One Block East of Depot
F I N E P IE S A N D C A K E S D A I L Y
Ht. Helens. Oregon
Agent* for GOODRCIH TIRES AND TU BES
inspection upen it you arc assured that you are get
ting high grade, healthy meat.
W e specialize in our
meat department by handling beef and meat bearing
the government stamp of inspection.
Our prices are
no higher and the quality is unexcelled,
ry us for
your next meat order.
BACON AND HAMS
Fancy Bacon, per p o u n d .............. 35c and 40c
Premium Harrs, per pound . . . 35c and 40c
A shipment of imported Olive Oil just received. Our
grocery stock is complete and of high class and we
always have a nice line of fresh fruits and vegetables.
P e o p le s M a r k e t
St. Helens, Oregon
S T K .
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A M E R IC A
If you want to buy a home
in St. Helens of a ranch
see us for bargains. If you
want to sell your home or
ranch list it with us for i
The Kavanagh Land Co. j;
St. Helens Oregon
W hy W alk
MT. H E L E N S ROUTE
Via Columbia Klver
1‘ro p le '»
2:30 p ui
Leave» Portland dully -
(Sunday 11:30 a tn. >
* 4 Holy
A rrive» SI
(Sunday l;3 0 p in )
and Bit 1« study at 4:16 on Tuesday«.
(Sunday 2.00 p ui »
r h o lr and Sodality meet Leaves St Helen» - -
A rrive» Portland
Ing o t Friday i (
L. II HOLMAN. Agent
N. A- Mas - on 4 i | i Sunday of the
W liarf fool
monthhs at 9 00 a m
t’onfe»»lo n» Make» nil way landing«
Phoned: Main 8323
STS h«S' on Saturday afternoon anil Alder »tree!
•van tug and ho'ore all masses
Davli' Ilona from above schedule or H A R V E Y W IL K IN S , SI
•paclal »ervlees wilt always ho an-
DounM' In this paper.
No*-' l l"»ll<'« a ie
I JOSEPH P. C L A N C Y ,
BREAD, BUNS A N D COFFEE CAKE
Having any Trouble With %
it for you in a hurry.
POM ONA GRANGE
M E E T IN G T O M O R R O W
Max Or Imro. Iroral Elder.
Portland Marble Works
PA ST R Y OF A L L K IN D S
It I* the concenatt» of opinion of
600 grown. « of purebred and grade
liveet'ick Who were queatlot ed hy the
United g l i " « » Deparintunt o f A " r
culture that the purebred »Irr I»
from I h I
the ordine / «Ire. T h l» applies to all
claMes Of live »t o d
Many o f the
men win» replied lo
ment'» Sucetioiiualro gave figure
and epeeific Inetnnco« to back up
FOR F O R E S !’ RO ADS
what they Itati to »■> regarding th ■
remarkable Improvement offocted In
$15.01)0,000 has been apportioned
a relative ly »hört time
In reptv to the quo lien » » to the by tho S e e n ’ ary o f Agrirultur
among 97 »tali'«. Alaska und Porto
Itlco in which national for « I » are
Improved live »tuck most of the ,• located for the construction o f road»
farmers (end breedern »aid that they and trull*.
Of tli » amount Oregon will re
had been tho m e m » o f »t.-rtlng at
leset two or three, und one man who celvn $1,87l>.644
had been rai- mg purehr da f >r forty receive $1,311,09$ und Alaska I» ul
In total» a l
years sabl he had Influenced every lotted
maa lO l i e neighborhood
It A 1% lowed for all national forest slates.
fifth and Alaska I» in seventh place;
•fcköP*’’ ' “ 'H ----------
Idaho leading with California second
a • *. e e e e e e e e e
und Montana and Colorado In fourt’.i
• and »ixlh place».
A "d o u b tfu l" colored » w ater mu
Hiime friend» never come around
hu » u c e e s H f u lly w iiH h iil If the » w ater until they are in need.
I» f ir s t soaked in out third pull of
lukewarm water to which has been
added three tubbspoon» of lurp u
tine and a eup of »alt.
To remove rust »p o i» from linen
wet the material In warm water an I
rub on the »pots a »o litiion of one
N E U BROS.
part oxalic Held to hix parts wati r.
¡lung in the bright sunl Tit to dry
Cereal boxe« em pind o f their con
tent» ure the very best thing to pill
¡5114 & 2HC 4th Ht., Opposite
the Jur» o f vegetatile» and preserve
In lo exclude the light When ar
ranged on the »helve» I bel or writ*-
P O R T L A N D , o i l I,.
the name of the content» on III"
He« us or write for price».
It will pay you.
A Comfortable House in
fl W a s yours such during the cold weather, or did
you stay huddled at the stove or the heater to keep
$ 0 7 5 .0 0
Delivered at your home.
fl If such was the case, better ask us for information
as to the line of furnaces we carry and which we can
install on short notice.
R EASO N ABLE TERMS
fl The saving on fuel will go a long way towards
paying for the furnace and in addition to this Y O U R
HOUSE W IL L BE COM FORTABLE.
IM M E D IA T E D E L IV E R Y
R. C o n sta n tin
Plumber and Heating Expert Engineer
St. Helens, Oregon
COPELAND AUTO CO.
ST. H E L E N S . O R E G O N