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j 1 LOCAL HAPPENINGS AND DOINGS t Yourself and Others Wise and Otherwise X ReY.jC. E. Phllbrook, founder and pastor ot the local Congregational church conducted both services In his former church Sunday, July 26. Rev. Phllbrook will preach twice at the usual hours at Plymouth church on Sunday the 2nd of August. Dr. and Mrs. Peel and son left Wednesday morning for aweeks' so journ at Seaside. The fire - alarm from ' Houlton which turned out the department proved to be only a grass fire near the Italian Importing Co. No dam age was done. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Klnsey, expert photographers, will on account of excess business remain In St. Helens about 10 days longer than they ex pected. . Miss Laura Barber returned this week from a visit to Eugene, Forest Grove and other places. Mr. and Mrs. A. A.' Galichio spent Sunday and Monday with rela tives in Castle Rock, Wash. Dave Ellerson has purchased an Interest In the bus line formerly run by H. McCoy. The boys have purch ased a new White Car and style themselves as the Red Car Line, Mc Coy & Ellerson, Proprietors. Rev. Asa Sleeth, formerly pastor of the M. E. Church of this city, now of Portland, was a visitor In St. Hel ens Tuesday. Mrs. Robt. Link, who has been In the hospital In Portland for the past six weeks, has returned to her home in Houlton much improved in health. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Flagg of Port land, spent Saturday in St. Helens. Mr. Frank Hiley has just returned from the Seattle Potlatch which ho reports as being a huge success. Rev. Meyer returned this week from an outing in which he gave the Boy Scouts their first lesson In wood craft and self keep. Thursday ha went to Seaside to finish his vacation His pulpit will be occupied by the Rev. Mr. Phllbrook. Misses Alice and Anna Quick will left the last of the week for Moun taindale for a week vacation with their uncle at that place. Mr. F. J. Miller, connected with t' San Francisco Exposition, spent several days In St. Helens last week looking after the lumber shipments for fair buildings at the exposition grounds. A considerable portion ot the lumber to be used in the build Ings there is being shipped from Helens. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob George ett( last Saturday for the beach where they will spend a month. Mr. Hayes Estabrook returned Wednesday from an outing at Sea side. Mr. Long, the village blacksmith, was in Rainier Tuesday circulating a petition to recall the Judges of the County Court of Columbia County. Robt. Cole has just returned from a trip to San Diego, very much Im proved In health. A. T. Ecker of Victoria Is visiting his brother A. M. Ecker. Mr. Ecker reports Victoria as being very quiet and can note quite a difference In bustling St. Helens. Fire Chief Allen and 24 men were busy fighting forest fires all last . night and la still looking for men at 30c per hour and their hoard. Mr. J. H. Ltnvllle left Wednesday tor Vancouver where he will be met by Mrs. Hattle Rldener, whore they will be married. Both parties are well known in St. Helens and upon their returnw 111 be met by a large number of friends who will accord them a hearty welcome. The bride and groom arrived. In St. Helens yesterday and were cer tainly given a great B?nd-off ' last night by their many friemU Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Thompson en tertained a few friends Monday even ing In honor of Rev. and Mrs. Frank James who returned Tuesday to their home in Portland. W. J. Fullerton returned yester day from a two weeks trip at Seattle. While on the Sound Billy visited several other cities and also vUited with an uncle near Bremerton for some days. Mrs. T. Isbister and daughter An nabel are visiting with friends at Aberdeen, Wash., this week. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. McCormick and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Miller return ed Wednesday evening from a three days trip over at Vernonia. Mr. M. M. Wright of the Holmes Business College of Portland has been in St. Helens a day of two show ing a late machine called the Sten otype. Tomorrow afternoon an ex pert demonstrator will be here and during the afternoon will - demon strate the uses ot this wonderful little machine, at the Muckle store. Lieutenant Earl Larabee arrived in St. Helens last week for a months visit with his parents Mr. and Mrs N. O. Larabee. Earl hsa recently graduated from West Point and is on his leave of absence before enter ing active service in the army. Her. F. J. Meyer and his band ot Boy Scouts, returned home last Tues day from a 10 days camping trip on the Nehalem. The youthful scouts walked all the way over and back again and all say they had a jolly time. Camp has been established by the Sunday School classes of Mrs. La Bare and Mrs. Laws near the Chas. Wallace place on Upper Milton Creek where the youngsters will en Joy camp life for several days. WANTED situation as house keeper or helper by middle aged ady. Address M care of Mist office Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McBride of Portland passed through St. .Helens last Saturday bound for the Nehal em where they will camp and enjoy an outing for a couple of weeks. John Philip returned last week from a trip to Med ford and Ashland where he was looking after some business matters. While down in Jackson county he looked over the work of the road builders and was very favorably lmressed with the ex cellent work being done on the roads of that county under the direction of the State Highway Engineer. Mrs. W. W. BlakeBley has purch ased the very latest 1915 Hudson automobile which will be delivered within a short time. Walter has been very busy lately building a gar age and getting ready to ride In the car when It comes. He will occupy the back seat and be given the op portunity to furnish the gasoline. , Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rotser vUltfd friends at Westport last week. Mr. and Mrs. Myers j' Lebanon, Ore., were the guests of Mr. Biid Mrs. J. W. Day last w)ek. Mrs. Eugene Blakeslev i: Os wald Demlng left last Frlduy for Seaside where they will Join the Blakeslay-Demlng camp an enjuy the seashore for several days. FOR SALE One billiard Table In good condition. 6tp Estabrook & Cramer. The Red Car Line, McCoy & Eller son, have purchased a bran new White 7 passenger car for service on the St. Helens run. This is a late car and one of the best ever brought to Columbia County. Mrs. Myers and daughter ot Cin clnnattl, Ohio, are visiting at the home of her brother, Hev P. J. Mey er, In St. Helens this week. Mrs. John Sten Is recovoring from a severe illness of soveral i iyj duration. i HOG FEED Damaged Wheat and Barley F A WORD IS ENOUGH TO THE We extend an invitation to $10 $12 $15 Per Ton Speecial Prices For t Scow Loads 3 Telephone East 534, Portlands Corner Railroad and Lewis Sta., Lower Alblinat STRAYED A light colored Jersey heifer, nine months old. A reward is offered for her return or any information. Notify AUGUST MUHR - 2tp Waren, Oregon. WANTED 5 or 10 acres of loggod oft land, reasonable, and on terms. Address "N" ST. HELENS MIST THE LIFE CAREER "Schooliai la jroutk ahould luTrlbljr be directed to prepare a penwa la the beat wav for the beat permanent occupattua tor wait ae la capaMaJ'-rreetdeal C W, HUoL This Is ths Mission of ths OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE Forty-iUti School Year Opens SEPTEHBER 18th, 1914 Writ for Illustrated loo-pafe Book let, "The Life Career." and lor Cata log containing full Information. Dttrtt Courses AGRICULTURE : Agronomy, Animal Husbandry, Dairy Hus bandry, Poultry Husbandry, Horticulture. Agriculture for Teachers. FORESTRY, Logging engineering. Home eco nomics: Domestk Science, Domestic Art, ENGINEERING: Electrical, Irrigation, Highway, Mechanical, Chemkal, Mining. Ceramics. COMMERCE. PHARMACY. INDUSTRIAL ARTS. Vocational Cori-Arkulture. Dairy ing, Home Makers' Course, Industrial Arts, Forestry, Business Short Course. School of .Vmio-Plano, String, Band. Voice Culture. - Fas men Butincu Can by Mail Free. Aadreea TH8 EKGIBTBAB, (lw-T-14 to t-) Cornllla. nregoa J AS. MUCKLE & SO I GOODS OF QUALITY" WISE, SAVE YOUR S. & II. GREEN STAMPS our frit wheni for baot or trains. make use of our store DRESS MATERIALS Beautiful assortment of fancy French dres s Ginghams, guaranteed to bt abw color fast. The yard 25c Double stamps. Dimities in checks and stripes, plain whit e, very fine quality. Regular 25c now 5 Dotted Swiss in white, fine for summer shi rt waists. Best grade 25c Swiss at &j oi 1. 1.a-....e Kin tirti1e ri1 u fiiti rrnm nnA nnuu on . DOG8 FOR SALE Chespoake Hay, Irish Water Spaniel, English Set ter. All registered stock. E. LUNDGREN St. Helens, Ore. NOTIONS You always need notions, look over these a nd make a saving on things that are J . 1 i.i 1 - I nil, wnue mis saie lasts. Clarks spool Col ion thread any number at. 6 fr 25c. .. 5c Hair Nets at Ct fr 25c .Hooks and Eyes any size, cat, i- P.ias P.iiniing, while or hlaek 2 for 15c Machine Needles, any kimlalj Shoe Suing at 12 pair I 10c Silk Thread, IdO yds. 3 .J 10 Pearl Tuitions, white or hlaek, 5o dz Elastic, white or hlaek. 2 yards 5e 50c Men's Leather Purses 35c Latest Fashion Ham-ttes 25c Hair Pins, assorted sizes at 4c Safly Pins, any size at 4c . THIS WEEK ONLY SPECIAL SALE LADIES OXFORDS $3.00 and $4.00 Oxfords at $2.50 ' Great saving on Ladies Oxfords in black or tan gun metal and tan calf, for summer 9 Clearance $2.25 m MEN'S FURNISHINGS New comlLiaticn sets, gartera an. bands in white, blue, lavender, bTA gray. Per Set 50c BOSTON Garters, Double Grip! No-Shp Belts, patent buckle, each ! Churchills Leather Gloves $1.C0 vi Men's extra lonk suspenders, pair! Cotton, Woolen and Silk Sox,liI at 15c up. PETERSON'S CASH STORE SOLVING THE LOW COST OF BUYING Everybody is talking about the high cost of living, and racking their brain foi a solution. That's easy. All you have todoisto solve the "Low Cost ofnuying." Study carefully the Quality aul the Price before you pirt with your money, for the oiie is essential as the other. A few pennies saved on each article used by the average family would amount to a considerable sun. in the run of a year. It reduces the cost of living. We have solved the "Low Cost of Buying" from the manufacturer, ' and You will solve it when you come to us, for we arc slicing off the pennies for you which the manufacturer had to slice off tor us. Meet us face to face aud you will go home wi'b a smile. Try our Burbou San tos Coffee. Excellent Cup Quality. Special 25c lb. FRANK L. PETERSON, Prop.