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LOCAL HAPPENINGS AND DOlCS
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A Yourself and Others
rETERSOVS CASn STORE The
Store of Quality nntl Originators of
LOW TRICES.
Mrs. 0. H. John was a Rainier
visitor last Saturday.
Dr. and Mrs. Hatfield of Scappoose
attended the fair on Friday.
Professor and Mrs. W. L. Dunton
of Warren were hi St: Helens on Fri
day. Mrs. Fenton of Portland visited
relatives in St. Helens during the
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adams of Deer
Island attended the fair in St. Helens
this week.
Frank Bishop of Goble spent a
couple of days in St. Helens this
week.
Mrs. R. C. Bryant or Clatskanie
visited friends in St. Helens during
the week.
Mrs. Kice of Clatskanie, visited at
the home of her sister, Mrs. A. T.
Laws, during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. V. B. McKay of
Portland were St. Helens visitors
during t lie week.
Dr. Zipperer and Jacob George at
tended the meeting of the Shriners
in Portland this week.
Mrs. E. H. Flagg of Portland took
in the fair at St. Helens this week
nnd visited friends and relatives here.
Mayor T. J. Flippin of Rainier
was an interested spectator at the
fair a couple of days this week.
Geo. Conyers was up from Clats
kanie Wednesday having brought up
the election returnes from his pre
cinct. The funeral services over the body
of Teddy Blakesley will be held on
Monday at 2 o'clock at the family
residence.
Mr. and Mrs. Mart Hazen and
family of Portland, visited with Mr.
Hazen's parents Mr. and Mrs. M. F.
Hazen in this city during the week.
Dr. nnd Mrs. H. R. Cliff, Judge and
Mrs. Cleeton, and Mr. and Mrs. N. A.
Perry motored down from Portland
on Wednesday and attended the fair.
Fred Adams returned from Port
land last week after delivering 26
head of beef cattle to Portland parti
es. These cattle averaged Mr. Adams
about $S5 per head.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Legg, former
residents of this vicinity but now
residents of Rose City Park, visited
here during the week and attended
the fair.
Mr. and Mrs. James Muckle came
down from Portland Wednesday in
their auto and took in the fair for a
couple of days.
The annual conference of the M. E.
Church is being held in Portland this
week and Rev. and Mrs. Luther are
in attendance.
Mrs. Fred Trow of Rainier spent
the week in St. Helens as one of the
vice-presidents and Judges of the fair.
While here she was the guest of
Mrs. Wm. Muckle.
The COLUMBIA THEATRE will
present the Million Dollar Mystery,
Friday, October 2, 1914. The great
est serial ever put on a screen.. Don't
fail to come and see it.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Quick left
Thursday morning for Forest Grove
where they attended the Washington
County Fair and while there were
guests at a reunion of the Quick
families. They will return tomor
row. The Ladies Aid of the M. E.
Church will meet with Mrs. Coin
next Wednesday afternoon, Septem
ber 30. They will have a supper in
Epworth Hall on Friday evening Oct.
2nd. Come and get creamed chicken
and everything thats good. Price 25c.
MRS. DA VIES, Sec.
Clerk LaBare this afternoon issued
certificates of election to A. L. Clark,
County Judge,-A. E. Harvey and B.
J. Keelan, Commissioners, but did
not issue one to Glen R. Metsker as
District Attorney as lie says he has
no authority to issue a certificate of
election for a state officer and will
leave that for the Secretary of State
and Governor.
Henry Kratz and S. M. Hall of
Clatskanie had an exhibit at the fair
this week from the Clatskanie Co
operative Fruit Canning Co. Their
exhibit consisted of canned fruit and
vegetables which were the products
of the plant at Clatskanie and proved
what could be done with our fruits
by concerted effort. The exhibit at
tracted considerable interest and the
samples of fruit given out caused
many favorable comments. The peo
ple of this community are much in
terested in such an enterprise if the
Clatskanie company expands along
the river as they are contemplating,
there Is no doubt of hearty support
in this section of the County.
Wise and Otherwise
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Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Blakesley,
Mrs. J. W. Allen, Mrs. M. E. Miller
and Miss Eugenia Doming motored
to Portland Wednesday and spent the
afternoon.
Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross enter
tained a few of their friends Thurs
day evening in a very enjoyable man
ner. The evening was spent playing
progressive BOO, after which a very
elaborate chafing dish lunch was
served in the dining room.
Those present were Dr. and Mrs.
W. R. Dinham, Mr. and Mrs. D.
Walter Williams, Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. John, Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. DUlard, Mr. Wil
liams brother L. Williams from
Ilwaco and Dr. nnd Mrs. Edwin Ross.
St. Helens, Sept., 25, 1914.
Editor Mist;
I do not think the so-called re
call in Columbia County could afreet
me unless I voluntarily resign an
office U would be very distastful to
me to further fill. For that reason
I can speak of the result without
much feeling of self Interest. Though
I cannot fully discuss the facts at
this time, owing to the possibility of
intended legal inquiry, I am satisfied,
however, that a candid person who
would read the connection of Major
H. L. Bowlby with the Columbia
County Bond Issue and resultant
highway imbroglios nnd recall would
not hesitate to pronounce it the
"history of crime". I fear he has
been instrumental in unheard of fin
ancial extravagances and in the in
gendering of sectional strife which
cannot be recalled.
I do not hesitate to express the
opinion that our people will soon
discover that they recalled the wrong
party. The almost unanimous vote
at the Couiity Seat where the records
are before the world stands as a
vindication of a Court that had seem
ed to know Bowlby for what he was
worth.
W. B. DILLARD
SCArPOOSE
Continued from Last Week
Monday evening the Christian En
deavor gave a reception in honor of
the home coming of their Presi
dent Miss Heist. There was a short
program:
Address of welcome by Athline
Tolly; Solo by Mr. Nibiock; Reading
by Athline Tolly; Duet by Helen
Watts and Mr. Nibiock; Compli
mentary address by Rev. Myers.
Ice cream and cake were served
after which games were played. The
Congregational Church was prettily
decorated with autumn leaves for the
occasion.
The refreshments were served on
small tables and the appearance
was that of the Ladies' Aid Tea. Ail
report a pleasant evening. The re
ception was an entire surprise on
the president.
The C. E. work has prospered this
summer and they are in a good con
dition for the winter work.
JOtY LIST FOR OCTOHEIt, 11)14
John Lindsay
John McAdam
Fred L. Larson
Anton M. Berg
M. J. John
Christ F. Rabinsky
Richard H. Roberson
Frank B. Elliott
John Pelletler
Harry Reynolds
Matthew J. Campbell
Harry West
Gust Isacson
A. E. Harvey
August Palm
Elmer Blackburn
George W. Parker
Andrew M. Johnson
Patrick Kelly
Ray E. Tarbell
Thomas Morris, Jr.
A. Haugerud
Robert Dixon
Wm. Holsapple
J. W. Akin
Louis Boeck, Sr.
E. H. Blake
Chas. S. Ruhl
Sherman W. Saxton
Wm. T. Slater
Norman H. McKay
tfOr. Lowe, the well known eye
specialist of Portland, will be
In St. Helens, October 6. Rainier the
6th and Clatskanie the 7th. Remem
ber the dates.
TWO GIRLS, nineteen and twenty
three would like house keeping or
house work. State wages when
answering.
Box 279 St. Helens, Ore.
QMWE'V I 1 I With O.-w huildinipi. betfrf equip- 1
mrnl. enUnred crountl. m1 meuy ad
ditions to its fa. "U v, iht llfiivrmry
of Orrffun will becin In thirty amih
ynt Turadtiy, ScpirmLcr 15.
Special (raining tor Di'utri, Jour
nalism. ( aw. Mnlirirw. lvarhma, li
brary Work, Muk, ArcMuVturc,
Physical 1 rjimn? and Fine Art
torvffct anu uoiijtet urumnrnts
ci nttrial f uucatinn.
libtar at niHr than ! lolumr. M
tt)urpflt Nw III ft A Jmimtlre'tun
fliilMmit in tour ol lonatrut'tma
Tuitu n Fr lt.rnttom- tM tnJ
lor wnm n femprnat luil
Writ lor raialo aiui MluUlJ hHlt.
AddrtMlng Registrar,
UNIVERSITY OF CREGOM
cuginc owrooN
BENNETT BROS.,
PROPRIETORS
ST. HELENS 31 ILK ROUTE
PURE, CLEAN MILK AND CREAM
SATISFACTORY SERVICE GUARANTEED
PHONE 113-5
ST. HELENS ROUTE V
U W.llmll Slomh
THE PEOPLES BOAT
&TR. A h E R 1 ZA
Leave Portland d.iily 2 1 30 . in.
(Sun. 1:10 n. m.)
Arrives Si. I trim - - 1 00 p. in.
(Sun. 3 1 111 p. in.)
Leave Si. Helens - - 6il . m.
Ariives IVtl.ii'il .... 10:15 H in.
II HOLM AN, Agonl
M.ike all wav landing. Wlurf font M.lei
street. I'lumesi Main 8321, A-4J04.
I'hank Wu kins, St. Helens A(,fnt
! LYNCH & GIBBS
IF WE OWNED THIS PAPER
We would fill a couple of pages with the hundreds of
articles in Hardware which we have and you want. We
are completely stocked with goods for the farm, the
home, the garden, t"e shop, or the small hoy who wants
a pocket knife or fish hook. All kinds all prices ev
erything you'll find them all here, strictly high grnde
and warranted to live longer than you.
AUCKLC rtVlRDWyiRC COAPyMY
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
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HARKKRS t
I A SANITARY AND MODERN SHOP 1
t FICST CLASS WOKK
"Tlio Eyos of tlio World," nHroH
lloll Wright's lntont book for ,a)
nomliiK'i Drug Store.
ALL TUG TIME
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ti rv K V S A C A I. I.
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Si. Helens, Oilmen
THE LIFE CAREER
"Be.oolln In youth .hol,l r,l,t .
r lli Ih-i iHrumiirni otxniMtl, JV
ht l eaiiibH.-Pre.iileuie. W. KIM.
Till I the Mission of tin
OREGON AGR1CULTURALC0LLEGE
Foityvilxtb School Vcir Opeoi
snPTcrmnR isth, i9,4
Writ (or llluitrnttd loo-p na,
Iff, " I'HH LIPU CAHKI K," aiid turcX
log containing full iiiform.it luii.
Pfgrte Courstt AGRICULTURE i
Agroiiuniy, Animal Hiishninlry.UalryMui.
bauJry, Poultry Husbandry, Horticulture,
Agriculture for Teachers. Hinkstry
l.lKitiINO KNCslNKrHINl). HOME KCf
NOMICS: I omestkScle'ice, Domestic Art.
:NCilNlil-.llN(i: Electrical, Irrlnuon
Highway, Meclmnlcnl, Chemical, Mlninil
Ceramic. COMMLHCK. hlAKMACV
INDUSTNIAL ANTS.
Volitional Courst-t-Agriculture, foalr ,
lug, Home Makers' Course, lnJutrui
Arts, Forestry, lliisinesi blioit Course.
of .Vajfr-I'larm, String, Band
Voice Culture. a'
Fsrmert Buiinau Court by Mil Free.
AddKM tiik aitiiisraAa,
(f 7.tn) Cumllli, Onto
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DRAYING AND TRANSFER
All Business Promptly Attended To
PHONE 15 OR 12
WM. H. DAVIES
ST. HELENS, ORECON
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.t Klili'iiii'iil i.r Ismurr Shirts Just nrrlv-l. II, 'my
nuiili'ii IiIid lliiniirl ultli Ii'Ih'IiiiI,i nllsklll link nnd
hlri'vc. Tlii tun k iif nun h il li iUst, no Wilms, ,l
sdluiclj ruin I'lniif.
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PIito i ii illKilay for U" ei'iitn.
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ilay in our Hurt fur .V uml KM? ciikIi, Jii( IIic UiIiik
fur srliuol rliitilri'U.
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CLEARING
THE DECKS
SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEM
BER 23rd. (AND LASTS 10 DAYS)
Clear for Action! This command has gone
forth in our store. Just as a battleship needs
room to fight, we need more selling space So
we are going to fire bargains at you that will
get our store decks in proper trim. We arc not
going to get as much money as we should have
for these things, but we are after ROOM in
this sale Not Profits. Come early if you want
your share of these bargains.
OTHER THINGS TO NUMEROUS TO
SHOW HERE. SEE LARGE HAND
BILLS
M-quart Dish Pan
15 cents
Bleached Turkish Bath Toweh
10 cents
5-qt. Enameled Preserve Kettle
15 cents
5-quart Sauce Pan
15 cents
PETERSON'S CASH STORE
VAtiCY GROCERIES ST. HELENS, OREGON T71PItE CR0CERIE5

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