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1 1 LOCAL HAPPENINGS AND DOINGS 1 1
Yourself and Others
Mrs. Fred Christie was a Portland
Tlsltor last week.
Reuben Sten visited friends In
Portland several days during the
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Laurentsen
spent several days in Portland last
Martin White has been chosen to
be the Grand Marshal on the Fourth
Mrs. A.W. Mueller and her mother
Mrs. Pendergast Bpent last week in
Mrs. A. B. Lake returned Friday
night from attending the Rose Show
. at Portland.
The Ladles Aid Society of the M.
( E. Church will meet with Mrs. Dom
ing, Wednesday, June 24th.
W. F. Slaughter of Portland was
looking after business matters in St.
See the Warner's special feature
programs, Tuesday, Thursday and
Frank and Will Miles of Portland
were looking after business matters
in St. Helens Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Davies and
their children visited in Portland
during the Rose Festival.
Mrs. Schultz of Scappoose was an
over Sunday visitor at the home of
Mrs. S. A. Lynge in St. Helens.
Miss Elsie Elliott of Santa Anna
California is visiting Mrs, Goodman
of Batchelor Flat an old friend.
Mrs. Miller and children of Kala
ma, Wash., visited last week with
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Chase in
Mrs. S. A. Lynge has recovered
from an illness which kept her con
fined to the house for about two
Charles Muckle returned home this
week from a sojourn of a couple of
weeks in the Good Samaritan Hospi
tal, much improved In health.
Mrs. H. J. Southard and Mrs. Jac
ob George attended the session of the
Grand Chapter O. E. S. at Portland
last week as delegates from the lonal
lodge. . ,
Earl Perry, manager of the Weeks
Granite Works of Portland, was a
business visitor in St. Helens during
Mr. H. H. Emmons, a prominent
attorney from Portland was tran
sacting legal business In St. Helens
during the week.
Our thanks are due to Mrs. R. O.
Hazen of Warren for a box of deli
cious Royal Ann cherries left at our
office this week.
Base Ball Game next Sunday at
Washington Square park between
St. Helens and the Fulton Giants
from South Portland. Game called
at 2:30 o'clock.
Misses Anna and A'ice Quick were
among the St. Helens people who
attended the Rose Festival at Port
land last week.
Miss Margaret Burns of Forest
Grove has been visiting In St. Helens
the past week the guest of Miss Lu
Gus Lange, Democratic candidate
for County Commissioner, and a pro
minent farmer of the Scappoose
country, was transacting business In
St. Helens this week.
Fire Chief Allen requests all auto
owners to enter their cars In the auto
parade on the morning of the Fourth
of July. Details of parade will be
given In small posters and In the Mist
Mr. A. J. Stearns, employed as a
printer In the Mist office, had his
arm broken last Monday. He was
attended by Dr. Edwin Ross and the
Injured arm is fast recovering Its
Underlying certain symptoms
J ot eye tionble may la grave
disturbances of the general health.
Searching and accurate examination
will reveal to the trained eye special
ist what the causes are. Glasses in
some cases may not be needed at all,
while In other cases glasses properly
fitted, will relelve headaches, and a
score of other nervous troubles caus
ed by eye strain. Many people have
defective vision and do not know It.
Drs. Lowe &. Turner have had years
of experience as exclusive eye speci
alists and have acquired a thorough,
practical and technical knowledge of
of their profession. You may feel
safe In consulting them. They will
be In St. Helens again, Tuesday,
June 23rd at the St. Helens Hotel.
Don't forgete the date.' Scores of
WISE AND OTHERWISE
V V"V W W WWt
J. G. Watts of Scappoose transact
ed business In St. Helens last Sat
Hammocks from $1.85 np.
Ross's Furniture Store
S. L. Butler, a prosperous dairy
man and farmer of Deer Island, was
transacting business in St. Helens
See the CVarner's special feature
programs, Tuesday, Thursday and
Misses May and S. Lizzie Farnum
will leave Sunday for Los Angeles
where they will visit for about two
months when they will return to St.
Helens to take up their work in the
St. Helens schools again.
Dr. J. L. Zipperer of St. Helens has
been appointed Admiral Phil Met
chan, Jr. as Commander of the Fleet
at the Astoria Regatta. Dr. Zipper
er will accept the appointment and
attend the festivities at Astoria.
The St. Helens Water board has
decided to hold two meetings each
month, the first and third Thursday
evenings at the Council Chambers at
which time and place citizens are re
quested to prsent all kicks and make
known their wants.
Prof. J. H. Collins of Rainier Is in
St. Helens this week assisting Sup't
Wilkerson in the examination of
applicants for teacher's certificates,
There are 17 applicants for papers
taking examination at the Court
Miss Ruby Hammarstrom has been
spending the week in St. Helens the
guest of Mrs. Morton. Miss Ham
marstrom has accepted a position as
teacher in the High School at Ken
newick, Wash., and will therefore not
roturn to the St. Helens school next
Death to headaches. Glasses fitted
by Drs. Lowe & Turner. Call at St.
Helens Hotel and let them show you
the new double vision glasses which
have no unsightly lines or seams in
the lens to catch dirt, strain the eyes
or come apart. One light solid piece
of glass which enables you to r Ad
or do close work and see distant
objects perfectly. Remember the
date. Thursday, June 23rd.
John Markee of Cascadla, Oregon,
visited In St. Helens Monday. Mr.
Markee has settled on a tract of land
In Linn Clunty and has established
his residence there and says that as
soon as he can obtain patent from
the government he will have a valu
able piece of prope.-ty.
Mrs. Ben Perkins and little Ben
jamin Jr., returned to their home at
the camp this week.
Couch Covers, Portiers, Porters
Poles, Curtain Rods, etc.
Ross's Vurnltiire Store
Mrs. Minnie Doleshal starts today
on a visit to friends at Forest Grove
I. G. Wlckstroin drove bis car
down from Scappoose last Saturday
and transacted business during the
day in St. Helons.
S. & H. Green Trading Stamps
given with all cash .ntrriosoi..
Ross's Furniture Store
Miss Bernice Masten returned this
week from Portland where she has
been attending school and will spend
the vacation at home. She will re
turn to school again this fall.
White oil cloth at
Noah's Ark If
JAS. MUCKLE & SON
I -GOODS OF QUALITY-
I Don't Miss This
Saturday, June 27th is "Red Letter Day",
call at the store and get 10 S. & H. Green
Trading Stamps FREE.
If you are too busy to come down town
just telephone number 3 and you will get
what you want.
Miss Newman of Centralla, Wash.
Is visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. F. A. George. Miss Newman
was formerly a residout of Nollsvllle,
Wis. Mrs. George's former home.
FIRE! Flit 10! FIRE! FIRE!
Dry weather Is coming on see E.
E. Quick in St. Helens and insure
your property In the Oregon Fire
Relief Association of McMinnvlile,
Oregon. Don't put it oft.
W. L. WARREX, AKt.
Louis Bleakney of Slinnlko, Ore
gon, visited his old friend G. F. Rob
ertson In St. Helens this week. Mr.
Bleakney was accompanied by his
mother and they were both vory
favorably impresed with the business
activity of this little city.
Cumfy cut rebbed vests, 16o at
Frank George and Martin White
wont to Portlnnd Wednesday as a
committee from the local K. of P.
Lodge to visit W. J. Fullerton who Is
quite ill in the Good Samaritan Hos
pital. They report Mr. Fullerton us
improving and think he will be able
to come home by the first of next
Sum Harrison of Grays Harbor,
was in St. Helens lasi week -looking
around for the purchase of a tract
of land. While here he visited with
E. E. Quick, an ' old school mate
whom he had not seen for about 45
years. The visit was a most plea
sant one and enjoyed by both the old.
An accident at the Columbia Coun
ty Mill yesterday resulted In shut
ting the mill down until Monday. A
large Iron drift bolt hidden in a log
struck the saw stripping all the teeth
from the saw and tearing out the low
er saw arbor. Fortunately none of
the workmen were injured. This is
the second bolt of the kind the saws
In this mill have struck lately, the
logs containing them having been
bought from the same man down the
The New Perkins Hotel ?
extends to you a cordial invitation to
make this hotel your headquarters.
Thoroughly ReMated and Refited
Rooms Without Bath $i.oo and Up ,
Rooms with Private Bath $1.50 and Up
. LOCATION CENTRAL BEST OF SERVICE
I A RESTAURANT WITH FOOD AND PRICK RIGHT
C. H. SHAFER, Manacer
. ' ' f
We have just installed a new lathe
and are prepared to do your repair
work on marine and automobile
engines and machinery of all kinds
A GENERAL REPAIR SHOP
Work turned out on short notice by
an experienced mechanic
I Fancy Ribbons and Girdles SILK AUTO YEILS
Trunks and Suitcases Reduced
If you are planning on a vacation or taking a trip, now is the time to Inty your Tn iks
and Suit Cases at greatly reduced prices. Solid leather, Ueed and Filire Suit Cases
and Shopping Hags. Heavy re-inforced Truiks are all olVered on sale. Call and see
them before you purchase elsewhere.
We have a new assortment of fancy silk
Ribbons in Plaids, Roman Stripe and Bul
garian, beautiful for girdles and sashes
used so much this season. .To be up-to-date
you must wear one of these large
Something very appropriate and conven- 4
icnt for ladies to wear in the wind, are the
Silk Auto Veils. .We have them in white, 4
pink, rose, blue, brown and cream
Hcmmedstitchcd on both ends.
PRICE EACH 50c
D. M. C. Embroidery and Crochet Cotton I
Owing to the shortage in the wholesale mar ket of the popular P. M. C. cotton we have 3
- been unaMe to get all the dillerent numbers ol this usetul tlircad. c have of late re
ceived a supply of all the numbers that arc obtainable and will try to get the other
numbers as soon as the wholesale market is supplied front l-Yance. 'c have all the
different shades of the embroidery cottons in the latest color .including Mandarin,
Rose, Geranium, Tango, etc.
Tnrkish Towels on Sale
. Regular 35c Bleached Turkish Ta wels 29c
Regular 75c Extra Large Bleached 69c
Regular 25c Unbleached Towels igc
Good for 2000 votes in Piano contest
Present this coupon at J W McDonald's Store
) KEEP YOUR MONEY at HOME I j
11 4 by always asking for ft
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EL TRIUMPHO 10c CIGARS M
OVIDA 5c CIGARS W
rW U",er C1"n nd Sn!Ury Condition.. by FirM-
Cla.. Workm.n who Liv. H.r. and Spend Th.ir W.g.. H.r..
A. M.ECKER, Manufacturer St. Helens
For Sale and Want Adt
Ads in Th.M C Jumn Bring RmuIu
Vim SALBSllo l.umlxT, 1800 fret,
20 foot long, Lumber l at Wir
rnn. 8oo or address
, JOHN I10LAN
2tp. 6t. Helen.
Largo fire-proof wife for sale, L
K. Quick. City Hall.
( 1 i K It It 1 BsTfOU BALK : r ickeit
wanted; will diillvor or noil on ths
troo. Will begin picking Monday,
C. J. I. A II SON,
ltp, Warcn, 0r.
To the People of St. Helens
and All Way Towns
ST. HELENS. PORTLAND AUTO CO.
has established Portland Office
For Passenger Auto at
Meier 4 Frank's Store
6th and Alder Streets. Portland
Passenger auto will receive and deliver passengers
at this location beginning MAY 4th
REST ROOMS FREE CHECK ROOM
and every convenience is offered to you
MEIER & FRANK'S
A Rood house with three choice
loU In Rood location in St. Helnni
for buIo. Inquire for prices ami
terms at the Mist office.
Two fine building lots in St. Hcleni
for sale. Several fruit trees and
ccllent garden spot. Cluso in. Re
sonablo pr'ces and easy terms. Enquire
at Mist ofllco.
"Wunted-Genernl Ajrent, Old
Line Non-Participutinir Life Com
pany. Home OHiee Portland, Ok
on, to handle Columbia County.
Muni not he under contract 'ih
...... .i t nht nee-
esdiirily experienced. Extra E1
contract to right party. Address
P. O. P.ox 190. , .
FOR SALE Threshing outfit,
glue, 18 compound; I'P ic C - 41
Wind starker, all in gocd repair, fa
quire William 0('.
3mo Warren, OrReon.
WANTED An energetic young "
to make duily calls on the 0..ce'
St Holcns soliciting orders forstioM
estuhliBhod Wholesale Fruit and f
duce Houbo. Address
Levy and Splegl, Portland, Ore.
FOR SALE-Huy and Grain.
Dahlgren, Warreen, Ore. If
FOR ' SALT'boauUrui' no ''"e
on tlm imnv nt lm river. MnKB'"-
cent view. One of the most d
alrnhle homes In St. lloleus.
mi. It. U JKFFCOTT
FOR SALE Polr fine mares ft'
sale, about 2700, 4 yrs old.
St Helens Livery
U'l.,,1.., m..l,... nllhnr dUiIO ot
doplox, any color, and made to n
any bIzo window.