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THE ST. HELENS MIST
VOLUME X L I
ST- H,:LKNS, OREGON. FRIDAY,
W O M A N 'S
A P R IL
N u m b e r 18
IN TAX PAYMENT
B R IE F N E W S N O T E S
M U SIC A I. PROGRAM
OF HOM E PEOPLE
In orilitr to **r«.ii* u riniti t ut
t»nd unii advertía» Oregon
Iril i.ilvunluK*’M and runout h at tin
Dutlonnl ron van lion of tin Ad ( ’lui»
o f America, to I»* held m ■iati Ido
T Kv,«*oii I« < . im 'IM m U- frar 1« * - g o in Jnu*’ , ih*’ Woiuaii i \d d u i ,
ortattu of l'or!lu mi i , uh * ■ . 11 . |,i. 1 , ,¡
. ...... ..ui/ Hlicrnuui Mil«»«. rangouo'iiiH lo appear .it I he i.il, ri
.,( \i rimili» «»“ • fi»r n»xl W«dn«edny night 11 , u »,„., ,
in liai* u I program under th
t Ion of M ru Itomi t ‘oilmen ft ed t ono
('«. piiii I»»14" " 1
•if I In* moat ttcrouipltelied IllUnlcImiH
in tli» Mint»
TM politicai «IIU..HOI1 "> Colum bi»
1 , ha.- unilirgoiin u murk»*l
Ihe orgunl/.alIon was perfect.-it
foU“l)' lurlnK Ui" P ’ »l «»vermi <l«y» >»nr ugo Tor the lln iu ia m i u r r i
» o i A c A «(invention, when the om
io Ui* oiiiiiiUfy <*f ii.’ p I »II pro veil l he III He I Ve H HUI 11 elle ,.|,
"p ,„uii*" V,»i
MH«». demte’ rai advertisers of Ihair *tut« Ih.il they
drought home lo Oregon the nip oí
X .«|v.-.l !.. U.r u - t
„ al„„ hu' "
1 Kv” " HMn ° f ' 11,1 fermi hy the national org.uil.utlon
JJiihi' ii»» w -1
* for the nioHt »flu itivi Hi-rvie« tu i h 1 h
.ii.iii *>r hl» <-«n dirertlon
The octettu hope ,,
peut the do».’ ut Hun Digo und 11 ,
fore the forthcoming enterlulnrm
Vor county ."t' iii ■»l*»n*,r lh «re ur. should Appeal to every pijhlir plr
I J Kltpplfl uf Kal ml rltlian not only of Hi. llelenH n
(,f * laink.uil*’ . and of t tie «.'«t're elute
,„r. J N Ml"* r
The members of the octette ur
pits Her,''" <" n ‘ *f Vurnonla
„( the candid»'*’ h iirt» w««ll known (iartruda
l ’urti r, l.ulit a retit i
Itroughoui 1 "lui*
H en nin » All er», (ieri rude Ho«h<
o( iheui s c i’ " ’" 1 in<*n u ml 1t I n i »X Marie lloolny. Itili h l«mge Ni
p^icd that ili" *■< lUU'Mf for Ul«* noni
liri’ HHi l, K it her 1 ollin» * hatten, May
i Iona rara.
imilon will b*'
h » II»
I n b*‘ injc Inkan In
bring» with It u full
Ip (UlMTiulor m I coiit'iit lii'orK*' A
Whit« ailjuum ^.•iDi.il of Oragotl. greatly in the evening » program 01
« (I)» late»' K"1
I wo lenii h
, fll« Ui« il«i lor .litoti of hi» Qftlldl
fu addition lo the »plenUld iiiuh I
fory Mr WliH
nun and *«r»«i| ovt r*<*aa and th« cal program , Mr Hamuel i Laura»
_ issino I» I Ha t lio will ha va a I 1 er. the engineer in charge of con
itroim following uuiong th« « i Mir ktruction of the 1 oTumhia Itiv. i high
way will lalli on the heautii*» of that
tic*>ni«ii Hi» »uir.»iic« im a tli« ron
world futnuue thoroughfure ihowtii
f,.r ih« governorship nomination
btiwevsr, a*** ni■* i,» inuk» m or« r*,r movin g pidurua m color* u» U« pro
tain i!,« nouiui.»
of ll»n W O lcoll . »eil*
kl pulllll«l ohWTTlir» »tut»
T h » St Helene t'huniher of Com
The I,tu« for filing rundida!«* «!•»<- rio re«, the Woman .1 club und other
[»ration» fio»« on Tuesday. April civic organixutlon* urn gi’ itiiig lie
II »nil II I* probable limi *»v»rul Ulud the movement and It la there
xlier candidal* » will fil» on or b e foro eertaiu o f auree»»
lor» that dai«
Mr*. E. M. iiolon was a Portluud
Mrs. Bertha Pennington spent Sat-
j urday in Portland.
Mis. Win. Bush spent Thursday in I
j Dcor island visiting friends
Almost One-H alf o f Taxe* C illertwl
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Holman I
on I Ok I itoli— The 8 . P. A 8 . it.
j visited in St. Helens Thursday.
It. Oonipuny Heaviest Payei---- T en
Mr. arid Mrs. H. G. Hadfleld visit-
Wednesday and I der Chec k f o r
Merrill H ollingw orth o f Portland |
spent Sunday in St. Helens v is it in g 1 At the clo se o f business Thursday
j night, Deputy Sheriff Bu-rell Graves,
Mrs. Carl Christiansen and Miss chief o f the tax collectin g depart-
Cortnne Hill were Portland shoppers ! tuent In the s h e r i f f s office, reported
that I3 2 6 .i6 ti.1 5 had been collected
Misses Lavlnia and Hose Klblan and turned over to Treasurer Haltan.
| spent the week end in Ra'nier as the " W e have probably collected $20,000
guests o f Miss Minnie Ellis.
or $26,000 in checks and money
Wesley Mays hag returned from which
came in yesterday and to
; Wash ton. Washington, where he has day and it will not be turt.ed over
| been visiting for (he past few weeks. to the treasurer until Saturday,"
Mr and Mrs. Charjos Gratton of said Mr. Graves. The total tax roll
Portland spent the week end in St o f the county Is $766.733.56 b o it
Helens as the guests o f Mrs. L. D. can he seen that u pp-oximately 15
per cent o f the first half o f the taxes
Attorney John L. Storla was In were sent in o r delivered at the
transacting s h r i f f s office.
legal business before the federal
A ccordin g to Mr. Graves, the Spo
kane, Portland & Seattle railway
The Lad ies’ Aid society o f the company are the heaviest ta xpa yers
Methodist church will meet at the Thoir check for tha first half o f their
home of Mrs. Ethel Miller, T h u r s taxes in Colum bia county amounting
day, April 20th.
to a little m ore than $20,000. The
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Brakke and Deer Island Loggin g company, the
son, Hichaid, o f Portland spent Sun -1 Hi. Helens Lumber c o m p a n y ’ the
(lay visiting friends and relatives in j Lamb Lumber company, the McPher-
1 St- Helens.
( son com pany, Benson Tim ber com-
( larence Masten returned Monday pany, Kerry Tim ber com pa ny and
from Washington where l.e spent the; seveic.l oth er logging and mill com-
PMt b u b week».
His many friends pañíes sent in checks for large
are glad to see him in St. Helens amounts, Mr. Graves said.
Mrs. I M. Sh ackleford, Miss Aver
JA C K IE C O O G A N T O
ts Shackleford, Miss Helen Kiblan.
| A. M. Holt and A. H. Keiten motored
A G A IN BE SEEN H E R E
to Eugene Saturday where they spent
the week end as the guests o f f r ie n d s .!
Jackie Coogan, the little stx-year-
Miss +'rancis Scott arrived t h i s . (,1d star who delighted hundreds of
week from Novia Scotia for a visit p e o f le o f thia c om m u n ity in " P e c k 's
with her brother, H. D. Scott and Had B o y .” and in " T h e K id,” with
wife. Miss Scott will make an extend- j Charlie Chaplin, has made another
ed visit here and may possibly d e - ' Picture which will be seen at The
SC APROOSE C L U B
A W A R D E D S H IP Y A R D
clde to become a permanent resident Liberty on Sunday and Monday next,
PLANS C E L E B R A T I O N
o f St. Helens.
with the usual continuou s p e r fo rm
Mise Anna Benson has received a ance Sunday afternoon.
Tha* rtt Hulun a .Ship company will
At A ai«***r|ng of th«* Hrüppooii«*
The story Is grip pin gly effectiv e,
letter from Mrs. Merle Wilson stat
! Commerci«! rluh field April
6th, build four barg«*« 22x60 fur th» I
< tinn ii in Hi. Helen»— ( ’anim a at
plications from Columbia tv.unty ing that both she and Mr Wilson and contains both hum or and path
pimi wer«* laid for one of the hlKigeMt S Knilbmira' department
are very much pleased with C a lifor os. Jackie plays the part o f an im
MlobrAtioiiv ever held In Hcippoua«* tract wiiN awarded tu th»» local con
'telliu.lisi ( «iiireli Hundu) Evening.
E<-Service Men — Cauli Applica nia and have decided to settle per migrant orphan, who, although on ly
It I« phurud to hold a “ Spring c«ru In competition with novaral
m a n e n tl y in Maysville. Mr. and Mrs. six years o f age, is faced with the
Kino Program Arrang*’«!.
tions Total $07.500.
Opening d*y on th»* 13th o f Mn> Cortland ahiphulldin« yard««
Wilson are greatly micsed in St. H el necessity o f making his ow n living.
and to maki* tt an nil day (affair ccntract rail« for the delivery of ihe
Landing on Ellis Island he Is sched
Easter services » ill he obnerved hy
A ccordin g to figures contained In
Maijr feature* of *'
i U / ' h proKrain b ir g o s within ninety day« and < ari
Misses Lillian Wyes and Naomi uled for deportation , but he started
y«t r«*m.iin to !•»• v nrkod out hut th» ( lirtaioiuM'u, NUporlntuiident of lh< I dt Helena people and .ippropriat* i a communication received yesterday Bunnell left W ednesday to attend to play with the eight children of a
>ard. «tat« h tfiut lw«*nty or pohh bl> service* held In Uto local chttrclie» front Die bonus commission at Sa-
ftntral pian I« nu follow «:
the convention o f the editors o f high Hebrew woman w ho had arrived with
Finit then *¡1| lie ¿4 hall giinie more men will be ictven Hi«*.«d> em ¡ I b» announcements of the special ! lent, ex-service men o f Columbia school papers which was hi Id by the her brood to Join her husband.
it trn o'clork I m M ww ® th»* Heap
Th erefore, when the fam ily was a l
loans. There have been 310 applica school o f journalism of the Univer
pooe* team ¿it'd n iicIchhurlnK temiti, Thu contract* amount to about $*».
sity o f Oregon. The Critic staff o f lowed to leave the island, Jackie
followed by M'-vurnl tithletIc content;
Owing to the num ber o f
’T be tr li ndlj t l i u r c h "
bia Of this number SO are for loans, the St. Helens high school were all
and a Mg Mutin*! dinner for all «ai aecured hi« force of mucUatlicM m*l
W e will begin the celebration ot , the am ounts requested in toe appli invited to attend but the staff chose juveniles, the offic ial in charge lost
Easter Sunday with tin early morning
am ount Miss Wyes and Miss Bunnell as their count and Ja ckie found him self on
About ore o ’clock » puldtr auction the bargei» within the «peclònci time I Pray* r and Praise service beginning cation«
(th e crow ded streets of New York.
till bt held to h hich everyone I n I ii
But wh^n the head o f the fam ily
i at 7 o'clock Those attending this i the bonus which aggregates $57,-
tltel to bring mny article they with
started to count noses he discovered
j service are .i-keii to come prepared j 500. Of the num ber o f cash or bon-
to diapone of and it will ho mold b)
the presence o f Jackie, and in dig
lo i|Uo!e some saying of Jesus which I us claims, about 125 have been paid
a eompetem mui tione« r Thlm mhould
nantly chased him out o f th e fold.
j Has been especially helpful.
Kol- to date, the otul being $28.125 und
ha the forer unti er i»f a "Cnmruflnlty
Then began a thrilling series o f ad
i lowing the praise hour tin Easier the claims averaging $225 each.
>a ♦* hay held at r«*gular Intervale
ventures f o r the little shaver.
I morning lue.ikfnst will he served.
That the bonus commission is d o - ;
throughou' the nutnmer.
Because of the high cost o f this
Th**«» attending the breakfast arc mg everything possible to promptly
N>it will be the «peclal water cele
! picture, it will be necessary f o r the
twenty-five handle Hie claims is Indicated ln the
o f Tne Lib erty to ad-
brat ion when the n •• water ayNtetii
cents to cover actual co t and It
of .'icupptoo * will 1 )«* formally dedl
Noiniiiation as Congressman from vauce the price o f the afternoon
— Ju«lg«*N ( lUiiiot ( oiiiph te ( l i n k ! would he greatly appreciated if 'hose follow in g statement made to the
ca'**d A «tunt hy the new fire do
sh ow s fr o m 25 cents to 30 ceuts. and
ing Over Aitawrra Ttila W w k — I who plan to attend would give heir
tlie T i n t Congressional District.
evening shows from 30 to 40
partm«'nf will )»«• put «»u, alno a real
"In connection with the state as
I attmes In advance to Mrs Geo. WII
This slight advance merely
tator f;ght t$etw«*«*n chomen toamn
M a n ) ( « i l i Prix«*«* *0 I n * \ w a n l i ‘«l. ison.
Korty five have already Indl-
A. W. Norblad, state senator from takes care o f the increased cost j f
I bt g||gg
! . ated their Intention to attend the tith, 24,711 claims had been filed
In Cortland thousands
with the bonus commission, o f v'hich 1 Clatsop county, will be a candidate the film.
(1*' t*'1«! in outarde «peaaor
T h » "I*“ Word puzzl» picture con early morning servlet'» and have re- 14.466 desired the cash bonus which for congress from this, the first con- paid a minim um price o f 60 cents to
* vili be aecured
from the s u : « Chamber o f c oui t»»t I» In Ih» hand* of th» Judg»».
Sunday School will begin at li- 45. aggregates over $1.963.000; and 10,- gressionul district. Seventeen coun- i see “ My B o y " and millions in oth er
Mr* A K Barnett, Prof J H WII
ties comprise this district, and Con- cities ot the country are doin g the
»'111 he Easter lesson« In all 250 have expressed themselves as
Kor» »'M m Ir m uta will b» *tag»d keraon unii II A. Childs, cashier of departments. Bring the whole fam desiring loans, which aggregate $29,- gressman W. C. Hawley is the pres- j same.
He has been a
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568.000. Over 6,000 claims for the ent representative.
imnn« Whirl, will |m thfl la.II*'«’ nail Ih» Ktrat Nationul hank
Th* ily to review once more the wonder cash or bonus, aggregating over $ 1 .- member of congress for a number of R A I L R O A D O F F E R S
fällig rin .
ii» i I the tug of-w ar dncld» »In* ar» the winners
master lint of word* which has be«*n
p r n i i C T r n PATTTC
Morning Worship at 1 1 o'clock. 500.000, have been paid by the state years and by reason o f his long ser- ;
i \ r . u u i , E . u rx.r\ t n<o
All Ih*> miT. I Ullis Will I)» *sk»*l In p ò » « « -»Ion of Prof Wilkerson for There w ill be m Luster message hj to date, and payments o f tlie re vice has some important committee
" pu: OB apoclal low prie«* for Ibis th» pa»i several day« ».m »ubmltteil I the pastor and some Easter music. maining applications or the cash or appointments.
E ffective Saturday. April 15th, the
to the juilg**« Wednesday afternoon
. ’ *'
■l’* inuiiy kiiush I iik c«n
1 Patents are invìi, d to bring their bonus are made as rapidly as the
; S. P. & S. K. It., Astoria division,
*'* " r Pr'r* - il III» various pl»r«s a* were the 300 or more anawer*. Children for Christian baptism at applications are returned to the
will make marked reductions in pas
commission and checked and a p
A fr-.- automobil« tir» will h» glv The Jtidg»» worked until 10 o'clo. k ! this hour
senger rates along the line for round-
proved hy that body for final pay
p by u,« rouiniHrcial club to Ih» Wednesday night and up to 9 n'clo* k
T h e reduction brings
ment. The commission to date has
at a fri«» drawing to h» litHt night In checking over the
the rates almost back to pre-war
Mr Child* suoi
"I f'*r .ill (ho**, who c o m e In »u tos words submitted
Easier v III tie »pproprlately ob
rales and is to encourage travel on
'"1 » laprol». wl|| lM. Klr,.„ ln lhl, I Imt It would r»i|Ulro several seaslons served by the Sunday school and the ' s u it i n g applications front Tactically
the rail lines
Tiie round-trip rate,
h T* "Af
on» who *lrlv»s u
church on Sunday morning.
tickets g ood for seven days, from St.
mlne "win* Is w h o " as to the prize
B< H** nr team
» i l l be special music by the young
Helens to Portland is $1.50, and the
winners, and Mr» liarnetf and Pro
Sermon by Ihe district el slower than the cash, as with the
!nrA»PUhll,‘ m’l r k ''' «111 * 1*0 he f.*«
f ollow in g will be the new rates from
cash it is merely a matter o f deter
f»Hsiir Wilkerson agr«.» with him
der. Ilev W T Klotshach.
the several points mentioned to P or t
d » « « Wl*r® *n’,0no w , , h “ »T P” »
may |,aTn u oliane» of
Many o f Ihe 300 answer* have
The evangelist c meetings now In
Assembly, $1 « « ,
* *P'>*lntt of it.
from 160 to 200 words so it can I*» progress »111 close .Sunday evening. completing the payment; hut in the
Deer Island, $1.85; Tide
A .nui f,.> w. r« preaent to enjoy seen that the work o f checking over The last quarterly meeting o f the
Creek, $2.00 and Goble. $2.25.
appraised, the am ount o f the loan I
r "l’i r served afl*T th» the list and comparing It with the conference year »111 he held In con
account o f these rates the com pany,
Th* ou t-of-tow n master list, Is something of a Job nection with tin so special services,
according to a statement from J. R.
title approved, and the mortgage ex
« w. r,. Mr H**:itliertnn. <**»»U- The ju dges are working hard on the beginning Friday and continuing over
| Gilby, local agent, expects the vol-
proposition and will soon fumi li '
’ ume o f passenger business to show
ut l,u' •’" f l n n d cham
the amount of the loan is finally !
Tit *1 Sacrament o f the L ord’s Sup
ni«nib»r o f th» com - Mist with the name* o f tin* ............
a material Increase.
When they do thl* per will follow the Sunday morning
Mr V ' l
* ’T t Intuì chamber, ami ronteetanla
made both hj the world war voter- .
checkH will he mailed and a list <*f iservices
.ins' state aid com mission and the
Z J C T ,' ,,f
0 r * « on
D M U M B R E . Pastor,
Ihe correct words In the "P puzzl*'
secretary of state to expedite both 1
,vho 6 |*v" u,i
the payment o f the cash and the 1
i \ r n o i.it '.
Everyone who has entered the cen
loans, but in view o f the fact that
T h e Senior close o f the Sccppoose
Church and » owllz Streets
to*! has had a lot of fun out o f It
¡t h e r e is such a great number o f |
high school will present the play.
easi er c a n t a t a a t
Special Easter Servito*. T h eC ath-
Th»lr work Is don«, hut the Judge«
claims It naturally follow s that more
"M o lly 's
A u n t” ,
Possibly they » ill I olle people who huve spent many
METHODIST C H U R C H |ar«
or less time is necessary in eonsum-
April 21 at the Watts a * Price hall.
tell you how they enjoyed the c*m- i mornings and evenings at service«
l mating either one o f th em ."
It will be the only play given by the
te*t after they have checked over I during Lent will truly rejoice ott
Tin. 1 1 k . s t k a h t k h . "
school this season and the actors
KaHir morning In the glory and
the thousands of word* submitted.
and actresses have been practicing
triumph of the Hlsett Saviour
C A T H O L IC L A D IE S
diligently to make a success o f the
At 8:00 o'clock lloly Mass and
entertainment. " M o l l y 's A u n t" is an
S E N A T O R A. W. NOKHI.AD
A V O N L O D G E IS
Twenty little children
<;h*,rul". 8 l , a , , ° W i0hnB0n
4 a n im ia te f o r C o n g re » «
G R O W I N G F A S T .will make their first communion.
S'l.’iit th.. H]«...p 1 nn T o w n ”
abounds in com ical situations which
At 10:30 High Mass« sermon by
The annual bazaar o f the Catholic i
Senator Norblad left Astoria Tu es are happily solved by the actors. B e
Mas* In It flat by Ladles' society will he held this year
ft,,,. ' h0,r.lB , h. (}>r(1„ n ..
A large attendance o f members
day night for the W illam ette val
on April 21 and 22 at the city hall. ; ley and fired the opening gun o f his tween the acts there will be several
at the regular meeting o f the local I Public Is cordially Invite*!
Tw o years ag o these ladies gave a campaign at Albany Wednesday noon special feature* which will enter
Knight* o f Pythine lodge Tuesday
j p CI.AN'CY, Rector.
similar bazaar and cleared nearly a ] when ho spoke b e f o - e the Albany tain the large audience which is
Kira r . ..
Heavy It c k " night witnessed the conferring of
They received Cham ber o f Commerce. The chairman sure to attend the perform ance.
the third rank on three candidate*
SEVENTH l»XV ADVENTIST.
a"Pr»n! « ,lH ,,or n ,h T«»lt *n<1 Choir
fancy work from Catholic Sisterhoods o f tb e meeting was E I> Cusick, one
Helens Chanters will
Sabbath throughout the country and sold it
" l h,‘ Hreak o f D ay " Avon lodge has made a record In
o f Albany's leading bankers.
From sponsor a big dance which will be
lh*> matter of growth within the pa t (Salurday I at 10 a m . preaching
R»i| S«in fH .J"*’11 W'KKlna
so reasonably that the patrons were Albany Senator Norblad went to Eu held at the city hall Tu esday ev e
Hiarilng on th- member 'service or missionary meeting at l l : -
li li»gan to D aw n" tw o years
surprised and pleased.
gene where he attended a mass meet ning, A p .ll 18.
tn addition to the
ship campaign with something in the *0
Br „ H tT " n f * t , F'llll « h.irus
You are cordially Invited Io at
The same source o f supply ha* ing o f the Oregon
counties beet o f orchestra music, soloists
, l'end the lecture Sunday evening at been drawn upon this year and tbe
M ,Ji ni,' r
holding membership in the R oose from the ranks o f the chanters will
lodge has grown in Ihe past two ¡7 30. subject. "H e Did not W e
people o f St Helens have another ; velt Highway association.
sing and many o f the cnanters will
>«ars to a membership well up t" Vain " M* X Grim in. Local Elder.
vacnift. Hnisted and
chance to obtain cheaply necessary o r !
the W’ illamett* join in the c h o r u s
the 300 mark
The lodge will con
» 0 . . ' h o ,r
desirable staple and fancy good*.
- ■ ■ ■ . * — . — . .
valley Senator Norblad will visit
n i M . I I K * . ATION Al.
,r I'^ri! Indeed I n R lson " fer the third rank si the next meet
The Lad ies’ Aid society o f the
The bazaar com m ences on Friday | several point* In Columbia county
Ing Tuesday night, at which Gin*
. , ho,r
During the evenin g; and meet many o f his friends and I Methodist church will hold their an
>"> .« im I ( horn*. . " A l l H all" t hef A I. Morris will il"» P '" '"t 'a n d breakfast at « 30
Urogram by at one o'clo rk
o n - o f his Justly c.dehrsied potato I the Sunday school class and hapllsm there will be music, dancing and en supporters. Senator Norblad in well nual bazaar at the chu rch parlors on
Raa* Soi, ” ni ,<" " H''II, I’ holr
salad foods, ably ass slo.l '<>
, the morning servi.e
New no m- tertainment from 8:00 until 1 2 : 0 0 . known In this coun ty and It is cer- Tuesday. April 18th.
On Saturday the bazaar opens tsin that he will receive the e n and beau: if til articles will be on sale.
1.' 1 A,n With You A lw a ys "
Cooked food will b e ' dorsem ent o f m any voters at the pri A 26c luuch will be served at 1 1 :3 0
thr*.w.r In Enel» Ham* "«»> >"r " * I S O'clock
Rev K Tweed o f I <>rt- at 9 :3 0 a. m
" " " " w Hillings
mary election on May 19.
¡s o ld on this day.
. . * Thrta| „ KlM(n.. the lat * unpleas m in es « with the I land will occupy the pulpll.
country «*n the Rhine.
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PUZZLE CONTEST IN
HANDS OF JUDGES
COLUMBIA MEN APPLY
AT THE CHURCHES
FOR $217,700 LOANS
SENATOR A. W.NORBLAD
OUT FOR CONGRESS
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