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T H E ST . H E L E N S M IS T . FRIDAY. MAY 5.
THE ST. HELENS MIST and
iu Kansas ami Nebraska; edited
published newspaper« at YVash-
mut on and .Mankato. Kansas. Have
lock, Nebraska; Colville and Monte-
.-uni . Washington, and Rainier. Ore-
In 11H0 he received a largo
' o t' as Republican candidate for
Oongresa in the Spokane district, be-
t inn defeated by \V L LaFallette.
who made none too satisfactory u
Veatch favors drastic tax
reduction, also scaling down of high
salaries and elimination of state sup
port to law and medical schools.
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Issued Ever} Friday by
THK MIST PÜUIJSH1NG COMPANY
One Y e a r .......................................
Six M onth».............................
at St. Helens.
o f March 3rd.
1912, at the Poatoffiiv
Ore on, under the act
\ I A, I A I N
C O I'NT Y OFFIC IA L PA P IT t
M em ber Natt«
tiou and Oregon
COM Ml M i l l III K< III S
NORTH A EST.
Reports from almost every quarter
of Ute l ulled States reveal that the
number of community churches m u l
tiplies rapidly. Evidence o f the pr ■
press of the movement is presente'1,
by the Pacific northwest. The com
munity churches it; Oregon and iu
Washington already nunioer more
than 50 and others are : i .sing
association of such cherches has been
formed, and in March a. Id its first
annual meeting at Portland. Oregon
The secretary is G e ir c e V McClure
o f Ridgefield. Wash.
l i e reports
that the assembly planned to have tito
association move onward and that it
also formulated plans for organizing
a counci’ on home n. ssio.is.
Mr. McClure characterizes his own
church us “ a g e n u > o hybrid.”
e Baptist, Ccn-
repr 1 r.it
cvatiot.nl. Episcopa a t , Methodist
ami Presbyterian principles and ol-
The sama diversity exists
among the elders, who consist of
u.'ne: pars,ns than the trurteec. The
1 id j e f .c ld cor.in anity church, when
Ur. McC.U'O bee. me its pastor, had
t e . i l pasto'less and professed inabil
ity to pr..-
pastor's salary. Within
two | a
thOM . t 1120-21, it re
ceived "2 m em be.s and enlarged its
building four timo3.
schocl has five times as many mem
bers as h id those of the churches
that merred, and the benevolent con
tributions are three times the amount
ot those o f the ; r o d c c - : s o r cnurciies
Tr.o Ridgefield pastor makes a
has not before s.*?n m e.u .on cd in
connection with community churches
It is that they should he atm bed t.
some denominatici t hut that thic
should ’;o »no o f democratic c o n
stitution and gover' nient, allowing
fre ;dom to the m -ml -rs.
s o , «»1.1» Tt»l*.
Where, lias been asked, are the
-slogans of yesterday?
Where have gone those soulful
cries with which the politicians swept
you o ff your mental balance in l
themselves into place and power
Don’ t you. the tlreat American
Roobery. remember h o » you frothed
and frilled to some o f them, Prin-
" Y o u shall not press down on La
bor's brow this Crown of Thorns!
You shall not crucify Mankind up
on a cross of G o l d ! ”
"It is better to open the Factories
than th oMints
McKinley and Dol
lar W heat.”
"R em em b er the Maine.”
These slogans are now ancient
history, however, but there are o th
ers, f'rln stance:
'Hoeli. der Kaiser and German
K u lcu r!”
"H a ng the Kaiser and save the
Britons never shall be
s l a v e s !"
"Lafayette, we are here! Liberty,
F ratern ity !”
"H e kept us out o f war! Work or
Force without linr't and
without s tin t!”
"D ow n with the League of Na
tions' No entangling Alliances! Long
live the Four Power P a c t!"
"N othing will he too good for vou
hoys when you come b a c k ! "
All of which reminds of Hamlet's
soliloquy which translated reads as
"Lies of great men all remind us,
W e can make our lies sublime.
And. departing leave behind us.
Bush wall on the sands of Time "
G e n t l e In E f f e c t .
The New York Tribune remarks
that there are throe-year-old child
The laxative effect ot Chambo
ren in Mexico now who have never I Iain's' Tablets Is so mild ..nd
seen a war
i hat you can hardly
h:-s boon produced by a nu «h«' ! '
Charity may begin at home, hut
thut is no reason for men to make
There are fe» cheaper tilings in
.heir wives lieg for what money they I he world t h.i
You can't always tell. The prettiest
silk stocking that you .-oe on the
street may have a hole in the toe
It Is a good rule to investigate la
tore you invest.
»II stock salesmen c om e around.
The new Irish government has
plenty of horrible examples from
which it pays profit.
Alinosi pie war prices.
on wh.it we bave un hauti.
Wlieu in PortInini *'•’!’ 11 '
G A R A G E , Inc.
I III It .I ll-Id,' s u e . I Ilei » e o n
and I'dlli Streets
Wuahing. I» dishing. * n. mixing. M«>
loi* ( It .iiitn^. «»onorai Kcpoiring.
D res-tis as low a s
One Dresser cut from $49.50 to
Others m the same proportion.
St. Helens, Oregon
In op im n g .in art«>unt with a hunk y«»ur flint Ito UKht
i.boulU tb iir vauU «ujuiptio-nt unti « » l lift phynhul
yuurtlH btt’ tuk« hi luto conhM«*ratfc)ii, but t lt«*ir im i
nf dutlig liu h in«’ ss thoir r«,|»u u lori for hoiH'Ht) un,
t «'K r i >. and tlotr ' u n t i ,
in 1 1 » com m u n ity »houli)
1)0 tétk«*n luto conMl<|*TutioH
W«* Holiclt now u » -uni « on our rnputattou in i Ills
community and we baco ilo Indurr i «•f»*! «Hir«* Ih in
on«« « » f th«* bnndi ’ 1 » of |»« •« »pi«* vvbo hèiv«* arcoiiniN sci b ut
W »• ar** ptuud « » f th«* futi that * •• ar«« u Nutionul buik
and opcruting timi» r • h« i ' « ! « ; , il It* «crva SyMoin, ali
of i«*r thè n«’ \v i|«*p* sltor t ! * - ) i K • n k connection (bai li s not
First National Bank
III U N '
U R I G l IN
M r iiibvr I . ,|. i. : It-
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THE U N I V E R S A L
Wecklv Offcrings of thè
KUTHKRFOR1) RKALTY CO.
Ulti SI s VND I \ Il X|s | III; IH N I
f i -s \ N 11 INsI 11 \ Ni I
«T- a T à U K i iJÜ.
You thought and we thought that rock butt >m price
had been reached, but it takes Ford to surprise us ah
with another drop in his already law | need high qual
ItiiNDs. Iti N i
III s| N I s s I II \ NI | S
Ho si. iwo rooming bous'-N. confsctliinirry fnr sah' ut hargsin
I»amly moilorn *» room .in»l nI«’**plnK pofrh, 3 cholr«* ko II Ioti.
v«ry rh»8«-. dandy IfMaflon. chl. k'-n park, k . iiuk «-, fruii
and a snap at $j»)0n on tornii»
• -room m<*d«»rn Inni-• wlil» .iit*,pifiK porr li. li c*hol< #.« garden
fruii, $ 1 h 00 ii-rnui
lo room hoUH«» and
lo h in Houllon, K'"»d larallon, $1100
h iiit p
10 ;m» , S arn-H •
“ Urf.tr •• < I *• i r «• « I w il li 4 acrt’ M rl»«*ir. goo«l 4
ruoiu hou «*, La rii fruii, fin«« lodg hhorhood, phuily of
gii nil'll p la n in ’
f 11; il o
a « r * f* r l « * a r ,
r o a d .
g o o d
fir u l l , c r t D ’ k ,
rione to ■*< hoot,
$ 6 0 0
V l f y
w a t o r ,
i< • a m
a n d
c o w .
Wlii'li 1 * an vou
f< « r
g o o d
u r r e »
20 a m
b o t t o rii
l a n d ,
v d o n e
7 - r o o m
Chassis, demountable rims, self starter
Roadster,, demountable rims, self starter
$ 52 5..s
Touring Car, demountable rims, self starter $555.54
Sedan, demountable rims, self starter
Coupe, demountable rims, self starter
Truck, demountable rims, self starter
Truck, r e g u la r ............................................................
T r a c t o r ...................................................................................... $492.85
St. HELENS STEAM
u n n i.
tin u l l
c l o a r
' Hi *
a l l
m i .
tu> t o w n
gto o d
b t i i l d l n g h .
s c h o o l
lan d .
c h o i r « 1
a n d
b a r g a i n
RK AI ;r\
It Costs You More
Above Prices for St. Helens Delivery
IF YOU LIKE A
K l I N Oh s o \ I K | I s M
to rot buildings than it
does to let paint save them
! Fieldhouse Motor Co.
Our white Icari, f(,r instante, fi, p K y
the prices of lumber md
H E L E N S NKKK
I, i. ,„p e ,
paint. They will show you how
purified and ground so fine dial u
extravapant it is to allow build
will pas- through a -ilk «creen «u h
ings to depreciate for lack of
«0,000 meshes lo tlie -t | ti a r i mil.
So with the other materials pure
And buildings do depreciate
rapidly unle.-s they are painted
when they need to lie. Faint
saves the lumber. It protects
You will be pleased with our
drinks in bottles or at the
T o en joy the biggest
painting, use the best
linseed oil, pure rim and pure
"Il "I 'be finest quality, rombi ned
in ) nllr-r i 1 mul in -r ir-ntihr ally e r a d
proporUons with Irwig unie skill.
F ree A d v ic e
spreads more easily - saves l»b.,r <-o«t
ll rovers more surface per gah„i, t|liul
“ cheap” paint
A«k «nr agrnt f«n
«olor carri«, «iC.
5«k rh#» Falte«
»toa Ue !>« f • meni tirili
If serves five nr more years longer
than “cheap" paint.
The beat paint is most eeonornie.il
because it is scientific in formu n and
preparation. We have been making
Lest paints for 73 years
J na « « I, Fififoa fer F'.«^«
lari «tel H—,f I'linl Cs-« ,.,1 sirs, Cr.-r'
' r ',m-
« a PIO/1IJ.S « in n
have brick ice cream on
p u lle rs
Saturdays and Sundays.
A. E Veatch. one o f the most ex
perienced newspaper editors in Ore Fresh
gon and for 25 years a consistent an.I
steady opponent o f high taxation, is
a candidate for Representative in Co
He is editor and
ow ner o f the Rainier Review, which
is a well-edited paper, well thought
o f by other editors of the slate for It
Veatch is a native o f Iowa, born n,
1870, but grew to manhood in Kan n ,
, . _
»as; graduated from the normal mi Columbia St.
St. Helens 1
com mercial rourse of Campbell Cnl-
versity o f Kansas admitted to prac-i
-X N >
\r~r ~ r
T H O the
R I Z costs.
E D F ( O
R D A N D They
D SO N
E A L materials.
tlie D fire--
Prompt service, reasonable
sbollici ho ¡D to wliethoi that bui k I h auf«»
T H E N E W P R IC E S A R E ;
W e are careful— we know
please you. Just phone and
the driver will call for your
FOR Y O U R S K L F ANi) m
K L .
Tlie customers of this
modern laundry know that
they Invariably receive the
kind o f service which satis
fies. Because our cleansing
raeCiods are scientific and
modern in every respect, we
are able to offer you a ser
vice which cannot be ex
IN A N D S E K
If you have ever been an
noyed by saw-edged collars,
change your laundry.
we will be glad to serve
It is a btmafide reduction
.uni thè must substantial cut we bave yet had in fUr
Some of the senators found that
liny unii Night storage
¡they couldn't beat the farm bloc, and T T (Itarniel Pounder. P i. - ld . n i
i just joined it
j G le n n K ill. . » . Sr. rolar) .Treasure.
Some peoples idea o f charity seems
to be to share their troubles with
New collars are c o m f o r t
able, and when they are
properly laundered they re
tain their smooth, co m fo rt
able edges for a long time.
One of the interesting campaigns
being made during these p.e-primur>
days is that of Dick Thiehoff, pop
ular conductor for the S. P. w S who
is a candida.e for a position on the
state public service commission
As a basis for ins cta.m to support
he presents his record of 24 years'
practical experience in transportation
work. Reports have it that he is not
only favorable to the railroad w ork
ers but to railroad operators as well
and he has a large host of friends
who are h.s enthusiastic endorsers.
The traveling men 0 f the State at a
recent meeting went on iecord for
him and every one of them is “ g o
ing down the lin e" for him.
Here in the lower Columbia lie will
get a generous support, not only be
cause he lias made many warm
friends while on ins Portland-Astor-
ia run, but because this port district
wants someone on the commission
who lias some knowledge of this
port s needs and some sympathy foi
People here have
not forgotten that the present com
mission joined hands with Portland
and against As.oria in the Columbia
basin rate case although elected to
represent the w hole state rather th in
a part of it whyre the most votes
Dick Th iehoff's
promise is to be fair and impart.al
to all, and such tieatmeiu is all t h r
this community or any other c o m
munity should expect.— Astov.a Bud
I lns cut is macie by thè |, k
tory and wc are passing it un to uur cwstomers, even
The soviet govermucri. o f Husala,
having brouglil all sorts of d.¿asters
upon ,'s country, it new beginning .u
realize that the worst o f its eviis .
the condition of famine which has
been »teadily growin g worse and
whicli has now enveloped th soviet
stronghold of Moscow.
\\ .tli this realization lias come c o n
templation of the fact that f Russia
is forced to depend upon her own ic-
sources it will bankrupt the soviet
treasury, as every do.lar stored up
will have to be used for fam m s re
In tiiis predicament, the soviet*
have conceived the idea of securing
aid lrom the allies. If the Genoa con
ference should he willing to gran, th .-
soviet gove. liiiH iit a "loan' suificie.it
for tlie reconstruction of its cou.,-
try. Russia in turn will grant all the
concessions that might be deniaud'-d
Tills is the scheme.
Meanwhile, the threatened actio i
by the soviet government to. a con
fiscation of all church gold and ■ j-
ver has been put into effect.
In the way o f bringing gei era.
ruin upon a nation, sovietism seem
to be all the success that could ho
cliamed for it.
25 Per Cent Reduction
* p C ClriCATIO H
H o •»Koenla
u se P u P
r * Pain»
®urp P r e p a r a d P a m »
by W P. Fuller * C o „ D , p ,. 47> s „
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ottered depositors who put money into our
Savings Deposits is the entire capital, surplus
oiui profits of this intitution, protected by burglar
proijt vault;, and insurance on its money, with the
iurther safeguard of constant State supervision
1 " l,< the State Banking Department.
Now is the time to get a strong bank back of you.
•‘ H.t business or personality—to aid you with .4ea*
n" i business counsel, to facilitate your financial
tran actions with the machinery of modern bank
inL- to extend you the measure of credit accomo
'lotion warranted by your character, standing and
W E SER VE Y O U ’
fTBi aU’l'isi i«iimi 4 JL|ill limi in
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