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j LOCAL HAPPENINGS AND ToiNGSl I
3 i . . 1 4 YOURSELF AND OTHERS Born: to Mrs Hugh Lctferman on June 24th, 1914, a son. J. M. Fry of Scappoose was a St. Helens visitor Thursday. Mr. Earl Barber was a Seaside visitor during the week. Miss Lois Perry of Rainier visited In St. Helens on Thursday. The Misses Bonnie of Yankton visited in St. Helens Wednesday. Joel Hill of Clatskanie is in St. Helens today transacting business. Rocking chairs from $1.50 up. Ross's I'uruiture Store Mr. Arthur Ketel was in roitl.tr.ii on Tuesday. E. A. Rotger was a business visitor at Fortland during the week. L. E. Allen was a Partland visi tor during the week. Mrs. Fred Watkins was a Port land visitor on Tuesday. J. F. Larson of Qulncy, was a busi ness visitor in St. Helens last Mon day. There will be service in tin Epis copal Church next Sunloy evening-, June 28 at 7:15. Mr. John Farr and family were passengers on Capt. Abel's car to Portland Tuesday. Carpet Sweepers from $2.50 up. lloss's Furniture Store Miss Mildred Wright of Portland is visiting her bister, Mrs. Jeftcott in St. Helens this week. "" A. S. Harrison attended the meet ing of the Retail Merchants Associ ation at LaGrande last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Christie were Rainier visitors, during the past week. ' ; Mrs. J. H. Cronkite and little Jim visited with Portland friends in that city last week. George McBride came down from Portland yesterday and attended to business matters in St. Helens for a few hours. Mrs. J. H. Collins of Rainier was visiting St. Helens friends durng the week. Mrs. Matthews and her daughter Miss Ethel, departed yesterday for Seaside where they will spend the summer. Mrs. Isbister returned last Tues day from Portland where she had been visiting friends for several days. Miss Anne Ketel and Miss Elsie Philip returned Saturday from their school at the Willamette Unlvfirs'l at Salem. Miss Lulu George returned to her home on last Saturday from Portland where she spent the winter as teach er In one of the scliBols of that city Mrs. George Shorter and her daughter of Shelton, Wash., are visit ing at the home of Mrs. Snorter's uncle, J. W. Day, in St. Helens this week. The starting time of Abel & Shop pard's bus to Portland has been changed, the big car now leaving. Ft. Helens at 7:30 in the morn lux in stead of 7:45. Other times of arrival and departure remain the same. Miss Maud Allen of Smith County, Kansas, arrived in St. Helens ti.is week for alsit with her aunt, Mrs. M. F. Hazen. She will visit In St. Helens for some time and will Pi.-n continue on her trip through' the northwestern country on a sight see ing trip. Word cornea from the St. Johns Fire Company that their boys will visit St. Helens on the Fourth of July to participate in the festivities of that occasion. There will be an excursion from that city and it Is ex pected a large crowd of people will come down. On Thursday afternoon Mrs. Wat ers and Mrs. Grant entertained the ladles of the "Whirl" at the home of Mrs. Waters. The tables were beau tifully decorated with red anJ cream roses. The afternoon was pleasantly spent with fancy work and a dilnty lunch was served. Mrs Waters and Mrs. Grant proved themselves de lightful hostesses. W. J. Fullerton returned to St. Helens last Tuesday after spending two weeks as a guest of tha Good Saiaaratln Hospital where he had an attack of tyyhold fever. Dr. Cliff attended him and by careful nursing and modern treatments Mr. Fullerton escaped a serious siege of the dread ed disease., The many friends of Billy are really pleaced to see him return In his usual good state of health. Wise and Otherwise J. W. Allen returned this week from a business trip to San Francisco Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Peol wore Port-' land visitors during the week. , Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Chrlstio and Mr. Tabor were La Center visitors Friday. George W. Grant the Scappoose livery man, was a business visitor at St. Helens today. Mrs. W. F. Jones and the Misses Mueller of Portland and Miss Jones of California were guests of Mrs. A. J. Doming during the week. Marshal Chittim pulled in a single drunk and disorderly this week who was taken before Recorder Quick and given five days on the street to think over the good time he had. Charles R. McCormick of San Francisco was In St. Helens last Tuesday. He was accompanied by Mrs. McCormick and together they went to Drain to attend the McCor-mick-Perklns wedding. Steamer Multnomah of the Mc Cormick line took out a million feet of lumber and sixty passengers from St. Helens for California, when she sailed last Saturday. ' The Steamer Yosemite of the Mc Cormick line loft St. Helens yester day with a load of 900,000 feet of piling and ties for Southern Califor nia. Forty passengers took passage on her.- The Celilo will arrive at St. Hel ens this afternoon and will take on a cargo of lumber for Southern Cali fornia. Mrs. M. J. Rutherford is one of the passengers coming up from San Francisco. Mrs. S. C. Morton entertained at Five o'clock Tea Wednesday after noon in honor of Mrs. T. C. Morton who is spending the week at the home of her son, S. C. Morton In this city. Last - Sunday U. S. Dspain was driving down the street in St. Helens when the valuable Boston Bull Dog, Opal, owned by Hayes Estabrook, ran out and the machine passed" over her body killing her. Mr. Estabrook feels his loss very keenly. Mrs A. R. Grewell of Warren left a few samples of goorberrles at the Mist oflice this week which for size would be hard to beat. She has quite a patch of these berries on her place near Warren and says they are all of about the same size and quality. G. W. Montgomery of the whole sale firm of Montgomery & MuUlns of Los Angeles, Cal., was lookng after business matters in St. Helens this week. His firm handles a por tion of the out put pf the St. Helens mills. Mr. S. M. Hauptman of San Francis co, Secretary-Treasurer of the St. Helens Lumber Co., and the Charles R. McCormick Co., arrved in St. Hel ens yesterday tin business connected with the company. He stopped off at Drain to witness the McCormick Perkins nuptials. Mrs. A. J. Demlng entertnined the Ladies of the M. E. Church Aid Soci ety at her home In St. Helens. Doro thy Perkins Hoses were the attractive decorations. After the usual busi ness meeting Mrs. Demlng served cake and Ices. .. The Kenton Tennis Club Bent some teams down to St. Helens this week to compete with our tennis players and, as usual, the visitors went back home a defeated bunch. Quite a number of tennis enthusiasts came down with the players In a launch and a very enjoyable day was had by both the visitors and local players. Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Ross enter tained at dinner on Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Morton and Mrs. T. C. Morton. After dinner a num ber of friends were Invted In for the evening. TIiobo present were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Deming, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Allen, Dr. and Mrs. Joffcott, Misses Mildred Wrlgtit and Eugenia Deming. Our thanks are due to Mrs. J. B. Thayor of Columbia City for a gal lon bucket full of delicious wild black berries picked back of Colum bia City. These berries are quite plentiful this year and many people are out In the woods every day pick ing them. Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Meyers and Mrs. Southard wero hostesses at one of those delightful "Whirls" at the Southard home on Willamette street last Wednesday afternoon, at which time a number of ladles were guests. The floral decorations were unusul ly effective and a most pleasant after noon was spent. They had an'out of town guest Mrs. Shorter of Shelton, Washington. E. B. Tonguo of Hlllsboro, was J looking after legal business in St, Helens this week. The council meeting last Monduy night was quite an Interesting affair, i Differences of opinion among the councllnien were aired very thoro ughly and matters of importance wore discussed at length. Th- mat tor of the Injunction suit of M. Fresh against the city was discussed by the council but nothing was decided upon except to tost the matter out In the courts which will probably be done next week. The decision of the Circuit Court, in the suit for Criminal Libel brought by the Benedictine SlHters of Mt. Angol, Oregon against J. E. Hosnier, editor of the Silverton Journal, was sustained last week by the Supreme Court. The opinion of the Supremo Court was written by Hon. Chas. L. McNary, Chief Justice McUHio and his associates concurring an 1 con firming the unanimous verdict of tlio Jury which found J. E. Hornier "Guilty of Criminal Libel." IasTmuckle & SON GOODS OF QUALITY- Don't Forget HlTUtn.lV. Jl'XK 27th IS ItKl) UXHOH l.Y to s, a ii. ;ui:i:n tkaihmi stamps 1-111:1:- Use the Telephone TIXITIIOXK OICIHOHH PROMPTLY Hum, AMI li:i.lYl.lti:i). I'lIONM o. 21 CHURCHES MKTIIOMST NOTK.S 2 5O.S3.50.$5l00 PANTS ST Preaching services at 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 p. m. Sunday school at 10:00 a. m Epworth League service at 7:00 p. m. The evening service Is erpoclally for young people. Prayer meeting Thursday ftt 7 :;o p. m. EDWARD T LUTHER, Pastor. THIRST SATISFIKI) AXI T II ! MYSTKRIKS OK CHRISTI ANITY i Subjocts for discourse at Plymouth Congregational Church for Sunday, June 2 S th, 11 a. 111. and 8 p. m. Bible school at 10 a. m. Christian Endeavor sorvlce 7 p. m. ' r. "A church home for strangers and friends." "Come thou with us and we will do thee good." Everybody welcome. 1 t 1 a il ! 1 NT' r i h y i K I - 1 .111 1 mm 1 ; i hiiVLfi tiii ,v RECUCTIONS ON MEN'S PANTS 111 mmmm .'a.-'::Vf I mi,..i.h.t,Ml ltoiliirllom on all Men's Curlon Dress Punts, f,,r ,tylf and quality unexcelled. $5.00 I'miN for , $X.Vl $.1.50 I'.iiitx fur $jr,o I'mits fur no Hats at Removal Prices .Men's fine foil Hutu In bl-M.U, lMn, trey tail navy. In nil nlnipcH nml si.i'S. I.ltfht, if 10I. t.iiuf ir1. il,) f,tr summer In i-llk, unil soft gray felt, '-') ',)' h 41,1 int. I'omliiK'. IUiikIiik In prii'ii from 5I..V1 up. Mi-ii Kofi work huts hi black a ml brown, with wide lirlni, rather high rliuwn, worth tip to $3.00 now on Kilo ' for $I.H5. . John It. Stetson l-ilili't rcKtlliir $5.00 Iwitx Ht 1.11,1. F. J. MKYK.U, Pastor. LAI) IKS KAYShk SILK GLOVHS NOW o()c In either bluok or white rrgulur b1zi IoiikIIi. "The Tip Outwear tho Cloven". Ilnnt iimlitr illk. Kixti'im liiittmi IriiKtli Cloven in lilut-k or ulilt to Uiuriintril nut to rut thru or wuur out xt tin finger ends. Special valui,$l.tio p.tlr FOR SALE Two good box ball al . leys, 40 feet long, with balls and fixtures complete, tent included. If taken at once can be had at a I $3.50 NEMO CORSETS $1.98 If you want a nice white lire fur (lie I ourlli of .1 1 I y call nml wli-it from our stork of Dimities, I41WHN, Voll, Ratine, I'liplin, I lnvon nml ri'x. Wc liuvo Mine dainty piitteriiM that Hill make you ti m rvli'oul le anil l.ctmtiiuu tiros. White Dress Goods Your I'lmlir uf 50 lilyli crude M MO rrU, 111111I0 of !-.( t'onlel nml fitted uilli diinlik li-.li.Ki i uirMrttr. Kohl rvrryuliers fir $ (.51), While tlioM1 Inst wo are offering tlirm fur bargain. Located In St. Helens. f. s. walton , friiiitlAiiULAAiU..AlhlU PETERSON'S CASH STORE WILL OPEN JUNE 29 In the Wellington Bld'g A strictly up-to-date Grocery, handling besides a complete line of staple grocer ies, a full line of the well known Prefer red Stock canned, glass and carton goods I respectfully extend to you this invitation to visit the store and take this occasion to solicit your valued patronage, which I will endeavor to merit through fair and courteous treatment. Prices always right We are new to you. You are new to us. We hope to get acquainted Sincerely, FRANK L. PETERSON, Prop.