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T H E ST. H E L E N S M IST. F R ID AY. AUGDS l n . I“ -'-’
NEW I \Cl <•<’ " Y
the bull club idea is growing Into' made. Two hundred and lou motor
actual results iu Columbia comity ists were taken into custody for this
Switching license plates
including two in the Warren and offense.
Yankton neighborhoods.
At lie 1 brought 139 persons into the court-
Issued Every Friday by
lena J W Curteman is president of while 90 were arrested for operating
rn K MIST Pl'BUMHIMG COMPANY a third club.
At Yankton tue ciuo cars with improper lights. Reckless
driving was charged to 21 and six
S. C. MORTON........................... Kditur is headed by D. M Robinelt. New • j were arrested for driving while in
ell Sherwood and Wm Skuxie at]
Warren have an organization and a toxicaled.
promising young bull.
8l'BCRII*TION RATES
The Columbia County Jersey club
riUCSE
One Year..................................... $2 00 has a harmonious and effective or­ THE RIlil.K— A NSW I RS
Vl'ESTltlNS.
Month*.................................. $1.26
ganization with L. U. Smith as pres-
The Omniscient Guide—-The slops
idem; F C Holibaugh, vice presi-
Entered as second-class matter, dent. and Than Brown, secretary- of a good mau are ordered by the
Psalms 37:33.
The club
mentbershi,) Lord.
January 10th. 1912. at the Poatofftce treasurer.
Who alone escaped the massacre
at St. Helens. Oregon, under the act numbers forty, and includes a num­
ber of enthusiastic women
m e im­ of the priests of Nob? Samuel
of March 3rd, 1879
portance of a dairy organization is 2 2 : 20.
What woman on the death ot her
never so keenly appreciated as when
the club gives a picnic or any sort son. king of Judah, murdered her
POl'NTY OFFICIAL PAPER
of entertainment
On such occas­ children und usurped the kingdom ’
ions the men are usually found tak­ -—SChronlcles 2 2 : 10- 12.
What king was killed by his own
Member National Edltor'al Associa­ ing back seats and lookiug properly!
tion and Oregon State Editorial meek and unassuming. — Western. sons?— 3 Kings 19:37.
By whom wire two sticks uilrucu
Association.
Breeder
loUBly united and became one?— Kzo
kiel 37:16-17.
I’ll IN tiS IS) NOT SATISFY.
h a l f a CENTURY OF NATIONAL
What is the year of jubilee men-!
Roger W. Bahson, lu>aa of tne I toned in the Bible? l.eviticus 26:9-
PARKS.
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; great Babsou Statistical organiza-1 10.
The Yellowstone last w e
tlon. and one of the leading world
How was the timber used in build­
braied the 50th anniversary ot being iluthorities on business and Indus- ing King Solomon's temple conveyed
made the first of the nations
' trial subjects, says:
to Jerusalem? — 1 Kings 5:9
grounds, but the federal reservation
..The soiVing of the labor situa-
What miracles were wrought on j
of the Hot Springs of Arkansas
w|,0Hy a question of religion, the suu and moon? — 2 Kings 20: 11; '
the beginning of the policv 4 >
b pile wage-worker will never be sat- Joshua 10:12-14.
back. The Yellowstone pat
. l e i l v. u n u n i higher
wages
- further
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n c u o i
n
u |)V o
u and
u u
o short-
iiu t i
What is called in the Bible the
however, which is the largest o o
er |K,urg anv more than you und 1 "royal law?” — James 2 : 8.
parks and in many resp ects th e fin uru satisiiej with more profits and
What was found in the ark of
Tin* voxut' I'T hi« 7 * k «list un t i wl>
est, set a movement atoot that has.
houses.
the covenant when first brought in a V | M , - w s M l I I I I h l * I « » V • ‘ I > g « ' " » ----- I I I » '
traveled around the world.
"Things never did satisfy anyone to the tem p le?--2 Chronicles 5:10 ,,,'iiid and »hlet lon*w of the hat
A u stra la s ia a n d C a n a d a fo low i j ,lUj never will.
Satisfaction and
What was tile divinely appointe 1 , „ „ , , 1, die girdle, « h u h might lime
the le a d o f the l n ited s ta te s .
A r- | c o n te n tm e n t are matters of relig- punishment for blasphemy? — Levtt |M>.„ i„ rn m .d from a lady >r tin
g e n tln a b o a sts oi lg u a z a pa rk .
ion.
Communities and industries
harem.
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den has ten n a tio n a l p a rk s a n a , w j,e re r ig|,t m o tiv e s are paramount l c Us
Switzerland one. J a pa n last year sen . |iUVe uo st,rious labor troubles."
There has nearly always been a
an o f fic i a l to s tu d y o u r sy stem ot *
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good wife behind every great man
pars, and see what =ugg,s:iu;.s .¡.e-
VKKXOX|A H A> \ | W >1’ \ PER.
and there is a good deal of truth
m ay m ak d to Japan w nen u &eia up
In the saying that a man can he no
r ig a re ttes
its own system.
The Vernonia Eagle Is the name greater than his wife will let him be
Almost 20 years elapsed before 0f a newspaper which made its In-1
Edward Eggleston
Y'ellowstone had a brother park, but i mal appearance in the N'ehalem me-
our system now numbers 19 national-tropolis last week. * The Eagle,
parks. They yearly draw more th an ! which is edited and published by
a
1.000,000 visitors, and it is expected Paul M Robinson, was chuck full of|
that Rocky Mountain park, the most local news and the Vernonia tner-,
frequented, will in 1922 have visi- chants were liberal in UBing adver-
tors enough to equal the residents Using space. The Eagle has a good
of Seattle.
Automobiles take moro j field and ¡f it receives the supporti
tourists to the park than do rail- 1 to which it is
entitled. It will do!
way trains, the vogue of motoring * mudi for
the development ot mat
having given prodigious and un- section.
The Mist welcomes the:
dreamed of popularity to the parks | newly-born paper and wishes it anil |
as summer resorts.
I its able editor every success.
cannot be overestimated. For
The parks educate us estheticully
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and recreate us, but the greatest use p n R P S T T 7TWP
keeping appointments, makin^
is to strengthen the policy of con- c ' - ' xv . e . o i r irx .c-
servation from which they issued.
M E N A C E S E R IO U . trains and for a hundred o t h e r
Visitors to the parks acquire better
reasons a good watch is the
understanding of the values involved j "This is the most serious torest
only
kind worth having.
Bay t/iii Cigarette and Sate Meney
in the practice of conserving '
] fire season we have had for several
people's natural resources.
• , years, and unless the public who are Every watch that we sell car
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using the forests are more careful ries a guarantee of reliability -----------------------------------------------
STATE FARM BL4X'.
even more serious fires than we have
THE ST. HELENS MIST
Weekly Offerings of (lie
RUTHERFORD
MIANH,
IN H IItA Nti;, Ctl.NYKYYNl
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INI) INVIMI il F VIS
lleinea for all inni |»rlrr» Ilo- lugiwl, terni* t„
I trina us ("III triules limi 11*1 lug* f»r .|ul, k
IIO U S E S
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FARM S
17 acre farm, plenty of building. en gun,| road ,,
reck anil only 3 miles out, good part cleared ,,,
nu
ust«
land, young orchard
only $2600, th, price W
of j
cheap house am! lot
4 3acres oq ,-tt> limits, orchard about all dear and till
able rich soil, fine view, dandy roads choice l.uv ,,
$6600
1 11
10 acres fertile clear lumt all In crop nn Mllinn t'r»B|. i
miles out Some buildings und fruit
I'lenty of water
tint) $1600
Sei us for choice city acreage ami siihurhan
RUTHERFORD
Phones — O ffice
A new movement appears about to ^
J ° « S " 8aid Ue° H regardless of the price you pay
be launched for the formation of a Cecil, district forester.
"W e have had few 17 any lightning
Your inspection is invited
farm bloc to participate in the next
fires to date, but we are apt to have!
session of the Washington state |
many of these during the early purt |
legislature.
It may be safely predicted that of this month. No one can prevent ;
certain other industries of the state the lightning fires, but if people who;
will raise a protest if anything like go into the woods, for business or*
this takes place.
But we rise to pleasure, would only realize the con- 1
stant danger from fires spreading ;
ask what there is wrong about a
farm bloc in the state legislature. - we would have far fewer losses of
Ever since the lumber industry of valuable timber.
"The U. 8. air service is assisting |
Washington began to grow there has
in the patrol again.
As a precau­
been in the legislature at Olympia tionary measure, we have been com-1
a lumber bloc, though, to be sure, it
was never advertised as such. The polled to require all campers, fisher- j
fishing industry has always main­ men and hikers on the national for­
ests of Oregon to secure camp fire
tained at the state capital during
-armies, a» is being done in the oat-,
legislative sessions a very definite .onai forests of Washington.
alignment intended to protect and
L only the people who go into
foster the fishing interests.
Every
biK in dust r except agr! c uUu re has
e forests would foliow a tew
,
very
dJvelòping
! uIes * hat
a 8avin* tho
*“ valuabI*
* def, nue ways'of
J
^ 6 and
^nvomnioni
. , her and exnenft«
expense in
to the government,
protecting its own interests during, jUte> and V e s t fire associations
the sessions of the legislature. The AOUid re.uJt," suid Mr. Cecil,
time is ripe, therefore for the farm-
..what we call th glx rules for
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DO IT T O D A Y
A S A V IN G S account can’ t be started with "good
intentions."
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Neither will talking about one get you anywhere
Talking about doing it the day after tomorrow
means you'll never do it.
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Certainly, you can let a lot o f things interiere with
carrying out this very good plan. But you can't
think of one good sound reason whv you shouldn't
have a growing savings account. Arc you going to
let anything stand in the way of a matter that has a
thousand reasons in favor and not one against it?
One dollar opens an account for you and earns com­
pound interest at four per cent.
Von A. Gray Ice Cream
resen tat ¡"ves^and
.“ natorV are
a ' r e chosen
lL ^ n
ng forest
fires are short
and
resentatives
ana senators
;
.
understand
and easy
to represent them at the nex ses-
follow," said Mr. Cecil.
"Here
ston of the legislature and it is k p - , ^ , . u n .
propriate and proper that these sen-1
, 1. Matches, Be sure your match ‘
ators
and
representatives
align
is out. Pinch it before you throw it
themselves in a clearly defined, well away.
organized farm bloc to protect and
2. Tobacco. Throw pipe ashen
foster the most fundamental of all and cigar or cigerette stumps In the
our industries.
We
not advocating
of the
TO»d
and stamp
pinch j ,
We are
are not
advocating a
a farm
farm dU3t
ou[ the
flre
betor(J
leaving or thelll
oligarchy in the legislature.
The
DON'T throw them into brush, leaves
farmers want no special favors at the or needles.
bands of the lawmakers or of the
3. Making Camp. Build a small
state executives. A11 they want is campfire. Build It In the open, not
fair play, and the way to get it is against a tree or log or near brush
to go out after It in an organized
Scrape away the trash from all
way.— Washington Farmer.
around it.
4 Leaving (.'amp.
Never leave;
GOOD TOWN FUR NEWS.
a campfire, even for a short time,,
There are some who insist that it without quenching It with water and
is dreadfully dull in Los Angeles. • iien covering it with earth.
6. Bonfires. Never build a bon-
They may even yawn and declare
that nothing ever happens in the old ire in windy weathel or where there
is the slightest danger of their es­
town. But they know better.
Don’t make
As a matter of fact, too much is caping from control.
happening.
Here are some of the - iieru larger than you need.
6 Mghtlng Fires.
If you find
Incidents of a day:
Body o f beautiful woman who had a fire, try to put it out. If you can't
been beaten to death by a hammer1 net word of It to the nearest l nited
in the hands of a jealous wife is i -States forest ranger or state fire war-
found.
,Jen at ence.”
Prominent citizen is arrested in
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connection with dummy bribery of S T A T E T R A F F IC COPS
United States officials.
M AKE MANY ARRESTS
Girl is bound, gagged and left un­
conscious in an old school building
SALEM.— There were 2,000 vio­
by mysterious masker.
Leading detective confesses to lations of the traffic laws reported |
bribery of prohibition agent on be­ by the 17 officers of the state traffic
half of organized hand of bootleg­ division during the first six months
of 1922. Seven hundred and fifty-
gers.
Little girl is kidnapped and as­ three of the traffic law violators
saulted by aged stranger in a lim­ were arrested by the state officers
and paid fines aggregating $21,239 -
ousine.
Film favorite is taxed with v a m p -,11*- according to the semi-annual re-
ing a wealty business man into a
m“ dfi Public yesterday by T. A
marriage with her mother to obtain Raffety, state traffic chief,
his estate
Multnomah county headed the list
Wife of prominent
lumberman ior violations with 659, while Wash-
sues husband for separate rnainte-. ington county came second with 254,
Polk was third with 171.
Yamhill
nance.
Two men cut their throats with was fourth with 168, Columbia fifth
razors and one may live because he with 157. Jackson sixth with 92, and
was found by a dog that brought Marion seventh with 87.
Multnomah county courts, the re­
rescuers.
Operations of a hand o f opium and port indicates, are more lenient w'th
the offenders than are some of the
drug purveyors are disclosed
These are a few of the more im- ,,,h,;r counties
With 669 offenders,
portant Rems braided In the news of ,h* Multnomah courts collected but
a day.— Los Angeles Times
$4,218.58, while Washington county
w
with trot 254, received fines total-
(lOI.I MBIA COUKTY JKKHEV MEN *nK $3,381.50
Columbia county.
| with 147 violation, assessed the o f­
ARE LIVE BUNCH.
fe n d e rs
$2,006 86, while Marlon
Encouraged by the Influence of county, with but 87 made the motor-
purebred sires such as we find in ists put up $1,460.50.
the barns o f Harry West, George
It was for speeding, as usual, that
Perry and other down-river breeders: the greatest number of arrests were:
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Good modern
r.mm lmi.se. two dandy garden |ut, „
rage, good 3 room ligacuient,
liuseiiient, cloth
clothes ,|ry
plenty of fruit, etc . and all in good shape and
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at listiti, terms
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T h e college o f Liter.ture. Science
end the A r U with 22 departments
The professional schools of A rch i­
tecture-B usiness Administration -
Education-G raduate Study L sw -
Medicine— M u sic—Physical Educa­
tion— Sociology.
The 47lh Year Openi October 2, 1922
For ocatalogu e or a n y inform ation
u n ite The Registrar. U n tvereity o f
O regon, Eugene, Oregon.
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