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THF: ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1922
U N II AGENT NEWS
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<•. II O I . I H A I ’UH
w. vrr "Ulme Sulfur" I h uaed,
ih.. urilliiiiry concent rated
\lfur aolutloti.
.•xpr"*»bm I • <> 9. * lo •***■
I gal Inn o f I II In concili
,,lutlull to » nailon» of Will
h , i II oiih of wulor, otc
L , !.. lill Mill.... ioni. 1 would
i u ,:„. ;i r.t IliHt ut t <■ III pt III If to
I, .,i home, unloHK you uro
, I M nli :i hydrumoter for I omi
I in. vu h thorough under
of ilio proper mot hod» of
unii Imi I lu K
j, ...... . that Hio Mocrot of peat
I i , j ,|iraying I» the thorough
I .1 indication
I » ’ »uro tliui
^ ri of trooM uro covered
il,, « tutor hud* are swelling
fore they uro open; For Sun
, I.., oyster Hindi Scale und
I ml
Iddio Sulfur I to H. ap
inno now that the weath
f„
H him k or Kroon aphlH
ul, add :t 4 Pint of ''Black
I
,.i Hitlpliuto of nicotine to
S,n c.illun», or In that prupur
fI r wlnlor hud» upon
,,i aroi-n parta on fruit »puri
h
, 1 I im h |M|
For ». .i'
jlldow, l.lmo Sulfur 1 to 30
I
old I pint uf "B lack I.' if
¡, ..urli Idi* gallone, or In thi
dion
.■ i.od plan to apply the ilor
|,r Iv w hether your treoa show
,,r Minio or not, u« ti eerve:.
, .oil general clean-up apra
ih
the grower luta heeu tol
,i rI k Id Mprr.y program over a
of jour», Il I» naie to »uy hl»
, d ihiH clean up
I m cHpectally hud und yo<
it rid y.»ur I reca of It i|ulckl>
' pound of lyo for each » gallon»
(tor.
I, control »Iurta with our do
I dor h .ml pruy, und In nddltlon
S
t ho old lop »oll. lo'.vo i
I.oiild ho turned under by plow
I Tliiw I »no of our moat a»r
, 11 ». , . cm affecting apple» and
IM » county and one of tie
in control, and a clean-up
Inly tic effected In tin» way.
i I. .in-i p Spray Hue.
■. ,n up Mpruy of llmo-aulphur
,ppitnl thia month or early
oh. I hooalng day« when th*
. .mil Thla »pray w ill rid
I of -cale, »plder mile», und
und I m e»peclally neceaaary
licier in.te*
On p une. peach
El in d iri-i-M It I» ulau needed fur
, ik miner
Oll »praya may In-
¡I'uted fur the llme-aulphur up
It.in a a »rule spray. hut lini"
Inr I S la to he preferred fur
id of blister mite und twig min
Ill«|ie«l.-<l.
1
( i
im r.u little certifica
j t taint < thla year the expert
•cun.in la re c e iv in g » a m p ie » of
..
which are helug Inspected
• .I tiurpn-e- Farm er» who wan
. . how imii I their atiM-k la mu
out roughly by »ending In 3c
typical potato"» for exainlnu
There are iudlcntlona of a very
|. item.ml for certified field»
• y. ar
... 4
i " your hanker your he»:
I the advice o f the farm
•iii'-ii' dei rtment to farmer»
li in la formed ua to ’vliat yoc
UK
A.ways urlvlao with him
1 hen you need to obtain a
i.irf I’. mmi - x rape »ceded In late
I May or June on rich laud
hi excellent »beep or hog pu»
for late Hprlng and summer
acri usually ca Tlea It) to If.
I’ l ii now for n place for
crop.
H O U S E H O L D H IN T S
' ll Malad» are »ervetl In eclair
II
no accompanying roll» or
,k. r- arc necessary
f ih" dump weather ha» runted
• . - l o v e apply IlnHced oil with
»ft c lo t h and then aanilpaper any
3« 11 ii remain.*
*
■ puoiiftil of freshly mail
added to an apple pie Juit lie
linking will give It a moat de
¿ iiiim flavor.
.1' m ill» «"w in g machine with
')" oil on a little piece o f ah
i.'iton and afterwards apple
[i ■ I liiliricatlng oil to the run
■ part*.
a cmnriililertng k " " p » liftl<•
d sandpaper handy to rub the
"i
with oceaHMt-M.tily nr.d pre
Hi" «ilk »ticking to thnm.
, I-II |n"':igc at.'lips lick I >K"I||
do not souk them.
Instead. lay
)' it |>a|i"r over them und nth u
3 iron over the paper
They will
.i
part easily.
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III
III HI.F— i ANMVYKH TIIFM F
VI FMTIDNM.
Wh:.i relation was Jethro to Mo»
’
Kxodua .7, 1 .
W hat
Incident
took
place
at
M v;i?
Kira 8, 15
What was the name of Human'»
i'li.*r?
Rat her 3. I.
Who waa Joel'» fath er?— Joel 1,
W'biif were the name» o f Zehedee'-
'""
Murk 1, 19
Who w ; im Azamaveth*
I Chron
lb's 27, 25
W hat wornhn minister wna located
» i "iichrea?
Homans Ifi. I
W but was King Jot ham's mother's
*ni"’
2 Chronicle» 27. 1
What prophet waa Instrument! I la
1 putting away
his ld»la? — i
bronlcln« 15. ft
W ho wan the mother of Moses nml
‘iron? K vim I uh «. 20
I bo friction
I 1934.
OLD CO UPLE
LQSKS HOMK
■ . ■ .
i 'lenorally regarded ua the »Ideal
At the •.,..<. 11 . .
t u,
<i
i couple In the United State», Jumna
-------- A. th U M t l n i o Hoi............. » Urungi bell ,.„,1 hi» wife »tod over the rult
I', , unni' »nr i olum liU < Uiuuy
I I nil (iinW M ».
h. cil l'ut aloe
POMONA ORANGE
PASSES RESOLUTIONS
mulch waa Invented
Portland Marble W orks
SO M E «E S P E C IA L L Y F IN E B A R G A IN S
A R E B E IN G O F F E R E D . C O M E IN N O W
A N D L E T US S H O W Y O U .
Katobllulled IHft.'»
N E U B R O S.
MÔNUMENTS
4 h X
1 J o
M l? .
i y;,
r ar> ' ' ,f " ' " lr
»><»«>« at thrurn...
following reaolutlon druwn Wl»., recently, and laid plan» " to be
by the reaolutlon committee. A I. |K|„ a|, „ v„r again They are 104 and
204 K 208 It h S t , Oppoaite
I'i.rkor, N uiiiiih It. Hull unit L. Hie 102 yeura old, respectively.
City Hall
gerì, were uuuiilmoualy allupi ed :
Their home waa deatroyed by fire
W IIK K K A S , Il la u hutiuflde fuel which ulao conaumed their savings
I'O K T I.A M l. OllH.
tliut the »mount of atuuillug timber of a lifetime.
He« us or write fur price«.
In I oluinIna county la much In ex
It will |>uy you.
but the old couple are undaunted
eoa» of the »tuuipuge now uaaeuaed;
We'll aturt all over again," the bus
i-nd wlieroa», tin. Ilmtior of the coun 1 bund auid.
ly la lla moat vuluuhlo unaei; aud j
Mr». Bell » l i m e d uulte affected a:
whoreaa wo believe the farming In I the I onm of a <tulll she wuh making
duatry la luxeil heavily, und in ex | for “ her llttlo girl," Mra. M. A
I "H it of tho oilier lulercata; Now, be Hdiultz, 78 yeura old.
II reuolved, I liai
I'oiuouu (Jrauge,
S t.
Mr. bell
.ir
neii hua
uà« not
noi mla.ed
mlaaed a day In I
rcprituitnllng the fa r tuera und taxpay­ r>o
t year» In walkiug to tlie posto! I
er» of the county, herohy request flct '■ to
. 1
timi thè ( ounty t ourt he uahed und wlfe to read to hlm. Mra bell Is i l
lbiportuuud to iiuvn a recrulae of 111 " . rapatile manager of lier own houtie |
tlmb .1 in.w taliIlllig Ih Columbi). Molli unii milk In-r <•»»» ea.-h dav
county, und tliat action to Ibi« end I
—
—w
- -
ho alurtud al once.
j
During Iho 1920-21 aeaaon there
W IIK K K A K , It bua heen reported | were «hlppeil lo tho United klngdui
TO K F K P HIS H E A L T H
In ilio l'ortlau.l Telegraui timi lui from New /.calumi 52,014 <:::»"» o',
proved turm property In »01110 couu apple», an Increase of 50 per cen
IS F A C H M AN'S A I M —
tlea hua been uhhohko <I at a valuation over the previous ae-iHon'a export
HTItlCT S A N I T A T I O N
of $89 00 pel acre und In other noun The prices received are reported to
lie» Juat aa near t’ortlund. It I iiim l ave been abnormally high.
MUNCH I S FAM E.
Imen u»»imncd at $3.29 per acre; It
lias ulao been reported that the Co­
lumbia 1 ‘»lim y iiHKcHHora office I iiim
llie official r.-porl» of all county a»
Y O U believe in sani­
».-HHiuenta In the »late
Therefore,
ne It resolved, 1 hut Oil» Pomona re
tation in your own home
ifueat» our aecrotary to bring a copy
of i h " » « report» to the next Pomona
so you should require it
meeting.
W IIK K K A S , the toxoa o f the atate
of the laundry to which
und county have heun rlaiug »0 aa to
he a heavy burden upon rural lux
you send your clothes.
payer»; ami whereas, furtnera' pro
dure and wage» hut« declined; ho li
Our scientific laundry
reaolved, that we raulluu the »tale
government and the county court to
methods will convince
uae the utmost economy in the ex­
penditure of tax money
you that ours is the ser­
W IIK K K A S . iho Keygtone Hoad,
I). No. 7, I iuh heen u»"d by Klee A- 1
vice that you should
1'tx11 tu 111 ua a iogglng road, and hu j
been left l.y Unit linn in an Impu« |
avail yourself of
»able condition on account of excel • Grocers
»Ivp load», and whereaa. one person I
Recommend
wag fined $-18 00. and waa pi: ced In
Jail for hauling an cXccHHlve load I
Albers
over the Clatakanl" M ill road; Be 1
It reaolved, Hint the county court
Quality
-Mould not lie binned In any manner
n ih » prosecution of violator» of
ih « road !uw»; and he It further re |
-olved. that u copy of thla rcH.itutlon
Im Hent to the Honorable County
Court
W IIKKKAS. If 1» a notorious fact
1 hut the reildent» of the Nehalem
Valley have lo violate the game law»
lo catch a salmon In the river or Its
tributaries; und whereuH. there la an
open season for glllneltera fishing,
trap, and other gear uh far us tide I
water reach"» on the Nehalem rlv-
r; Therefore bo It » » l i v e d , that we |
put It up to the »lute game com ml» |
»Ion. and the state legislature to
change tho game law» to give ua the
aamc privilege a» they have on the
mouth of the river; and be It furth
IF T H A T B I T E C O M E S F R O M A S L IC E O F
cr r e s o l v e d , that we »end a ropy of
O U R B R E A D O R C A K E O R P IE .
these resolution» to the »tale game
emu mission, and to lien Olcott, gov- j
< rnor o f Oregon.
W e use the very best material, and it is really
A I. P A R K Kit.
home-cooked. Our cakes and pies are just as good as
NANN1K H H A L F .
L. S K ltiK K T
Mother made— and probably much better. Delicious
The following resolution waa ulao
light bread, tender rich cakes, cookies that make you
unanimously adopted:
W IIK K K A S . the (ireat Master who
want more— we make them.
rules ull Orange» has seen It to his
great liking to rull unto himself his
W h y bother to bake? Let us take all the drudg­
beloved daughter and our beloved
ery and uncertainty of baking off your hands.
sister.
Mr-
Margie Turhell; and
whereus, the alwuye active spirit of
her. and her r"lutlves will never ill"
In the nnnalr of Pomona tir a n g ";j
and whereas, we feet the great loss j
that la ours, and of the family o f ]
S. F. H E U M A N N ' Proprietor
the deceased Now he If re: olved that
Houlton, Oregon
Phone 114-J
we extend to the worthy family out |
heartfelt sympathy, nttd express th" ;
wi ll tliat th'dr sorrow will he lirlgh'
rio',1 by the thought of the Juat re
ward that I* »urely hers.
Further, that a copy o f this reso
tut Ion he ».’lit to the family, and to |
tlie county papers, and Ornngo liul
lelln; that our charter he draped for ,
50 days.
OU d o n ’t use as much
S A K A I I SPKNt ' KK,
of Calumet as you do of
L l 'A N N A KOOKKS.
H A N N A H MORRIS.
most other Baking Powders.
Tlie next meeting of Pomona
It has more than ordinary
Urange, according to a notice by Se<‘
leavening
stre n gth . Y ou
rotary A L. Morris, will lie held at
save about half.
N. tab Report:- received hy Mr Mor
r.s Indicate that many ntenihm of
You don’t pay a big price for
I’otnona will he present.
M.
O P E N K V K M N fiS
HELENS STEAM
LA U N D R Y
Almost Time to Plant
That Garden
W e have just received an assortment of high grade,
fresh garden seed; we also have all necessary garden
tools.
A Good Range for $55
W e have the well known L E A D E R R A N G E -
mer price on this was $75.
LARSEN & CO., Grocers
“T H E
,
N
ST. H F I.F N S I I I I l’TI-
Viu l '»lumini a K iw i
Un»!
The
Pwoplv'i
If you want to buy a home
in St. Helens or a ranch
see us for bargains. If.you
want to sell your home or
ranch list it with us for a
quick sale.
The Kavanagh Land Co.
St. Helens Oregon
OF
THE MARKET
PHONI >7
BASKET”
P A S T R Y O F A L L K IN D S
BREAD. BUNS A N D COFFEE CAKE
F I N E P IE S A N D C A K E S D A I L Y
HOT LUNCH ES AT A L L HOURS
^
Calumet
It’s s o ld a t a
moderate price — that rep­
resents another saving.
P O L A R C A K E — T H E L A T E S T IN IC E C R E A M
( I T ’S A B E A R )
♦
♦
ST. HELENS BAKERY
J. E. R A M S E Y
The B E R G M A N N
D O U B L E
C A L K
LO C K
CALK S G U A R A N T E E D TO H OLD.
A N E W P A I R O F S H O E S F R E E IF
TH E CALK S COM E OUT.
In Bergmann
S h oes O nly
Insist upon Bergman Shoes and Double-Calk Lock Calks
and have the best Shoes made and absolute Calk P ro­
tection. No more lost calks.
W rite for Our Illustrated Catalog.
Theo. Bergmann Shoe Mfg. Co.
U t
P O R T I O N S , ORB.
TUITRM \N ST.
You don’t feel uncertain as
to results.
Bakings never
fail— because Calumet never fall»
be I w the proven standard of “Best
by Teat."
T o Prevent
k
Winter Ills
S T R . A M HR I L A
l.euv's 1’iirllaiiil dally - - 2:30 p ni
(Sunday I I A 0 » m >
Arrives SI Helena
5:00 p m
tSunday l : * 0 p m l
tSunday 2.00 p m l
Leaves St. Helens - - - 7:00 a ni
Arrivo» Portland
■ 10:30 a m
L. II HOL MA N. Agent
Makes all way landings Wharf fool
Alder street
Phono«: Main 9323,
A-4204
H A R V E Y W IL K IN S , St Helens Agt
HOME
RAMSEY’S
Y
For Inillgcath n and Omatlp.iOon.
"The nicest und pleasantest medi­
cine I have used for Indi'.’ c tlon n iJ
, ousttputIon Is ( humherlaln'» Txb-
lets.' write» Melartl F <‘ rul". Middle
t.rove, N. ^ They work like a charm
and do not gripe or leave uiv an
ideas nit after e f f e c t .
____
For­
If you
need a good range this is your opportunity to b u y one
W est St. Helens Bakery
t 'hanibi'rlnln's Tablet*
W ill sell for $55.
at a bargain price.
SL HELENS STEAM
LAUNDRY
There’s Health and Vigor
in Every Bite
R IC E N
and to m ore quickly recover from colds, coughs
and grippe
Use
It possesses the highest qual­
ity ever put into a Baking
Powder. Contains only such
ingredients as have been offi­
cially endorsed by United Sutra
Food Authorities.
For weeks, for months, it
keeps as fresh and full at
•trength aa th« day k left th «
Calumet Pactorte* th « World“»
Large»!, most Sanitary and Modar*
Baking Powder plant* ,
m
of Calumet contain» f a i
Soma baking povedaracome la
i i oa. Inatead of 16 oa, ran«. Be wir»
you get a pound when youwant It.
A W in ter Tonic
Gold Cake
Talks o f 8 ogg*
1 Vicupa of graa-
utated augar, $•$
cup of water. $}
cup of butter,
IVh cup« pantry
•our, 3 level tea-
•pnons Calumet
Baking Powder.
1 tablespoon of
vanilla. T h e n
mix in the regu
lar way.
Nyal'a T o n i c ....................................................... $1.00
Nyal's Malt. W ild Cherry and Cod Livtr Oil Com­
pound $1.00
DEMING’S DRUG STORE
Muckle Building