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ct We Sti'V Tr puty Sheriff White went to Tres- Judge Harris lust TuosUay per Wednesday where he arrested Tretades, a Greek store keeper, formed the ceremony which nimle John O. McGraw and MIhs Grace II. Lewis of Astoria, husband and wile. Hews Hall acted as best mau ai:d conducted himself as becomes a best man by kissing tho bride. ft tnt iHiot locum. He was nrouKlit to Make Winter Cozy thjn St. Helens jail whore hf Is twalt Ine a hearing before tho Jrstloo of tli Peace. J j 1 LOCAL HAPPENINGS AND DOINGS i Yourself and Others T Mr. and Mrs. Zipperer spent Tues day in Tortland. Mrs. Wm. Muckle is visiting in Rainier this week. Miss Lois Torry is in St. Helens today visiting friends. Ed Bailagh was a business visitor in Portland Wednesday. Mrs. E. H. Flagg of Portland spent Wednesday in St. Helens. Mr. and Mrs. John Prlngle were l ortland visitors during the week Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox visUert over Sunday with relatives in Fortlanl Tom Grant of South Scappoosa was a ouslness visitor in St. Helens today. - Uarles Muckle was a business visitor in Fortland during the week Horn; to Mr. and Mrs. O. StJaques uu uciouer 14th, twins. A boy and gin. Mrs. Wilbur Muckle visited sever al days with friends in Portland this ween. Mrs. Rowe was the guest of her sister Mrs. Linville in St. Helens the past week. Mrs. H. W. Christie returned from Tortland Thursday evening after a u iisiiiess trip. Mrs. Eastman of Portland Is visit mg at tne Home of Mrs. Belford for a iew days. Jr. ana Mrs. Bard of St. Helens are registered at Hotel Benson, at rortiand, Oregon. Barney Barnett attended the meet ing of the County Central Comittee i jtainier yesterday. Miss Lulu George and Miss Fleck of Portland visited over Sunday with inenas in St. Helens. uoiin or Portland Is -uumg me week with Miss Amy u'8 m st. Helens. Max Crandall. Counts a.. . ) ashington County, spent a few days ou neiens tills week. Mrs. E. Lundgren and children were passengers on Cap. Abel's car for Portland Wednesday. Mrs. John Q. Gage and children re turned Monday from a visit with relatives in Clackamas County. Harry West of Scappoose spent the week in St. Helens where he was doing duty as a Grand Juryman. The Ladies Aid Society of the M E. Church will meet with Mrs. E A Crouse, Wednesday, October 21. There will be service in the Epis copal Church next Sunday evening at 7: 30. Harvest home sermon. Misses Laura and Inez Barber visited with Mary Hamilton at her home in Milwaukee during the week Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nelson of Port land were guests of. Mr Charles Cooper in St. Helens Wednes day. G. F. Robertson, formerly dent of this city but now living at ot. jonns, visited in St. Helens this week. Mrs. S. J. Churchill and little Samuel have been the ciifit t r.. W. W. Blakesley in St. Helens during weeK. Mrs. Franklin H. Baum and Mrs. W. B. McKay of Portland visited over Sunday with friends and rela tives in St. Helens. Mrs. D. A. Sutherland and Mrs. Burnham of Nebraska are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Suth erland in this city. Mrs. J. T. Tabor and Mrs. S. C. Churchill accompanied Mr. and Mrs Walter Blakesley to Portland Tues lay in the new Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis of Grants Pass visited several days in St. Hel ens this week. Mrs. Lewis is a Bister of E. E. Quick of this city. Mrs. J. Raab of Portland and Alrn. F. K. Sanderson of Albany visited during the week at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Tucker in St. Helen.. Wise and Otherwise ft HOUSE For Rent John Q. Gago. Fred Watkins was a business visl tor in Portland during the week. James Muckle of Portland attend ed to business matters in St. Helen to day. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adams of Deer Island were business visitors In St. Helens yesterday. There is a rate war on by the auto mobiles running from St. Helens to the depot. The rates now charged are 15 cents or 25 cents for round trip. The tax roll at the Court House shows that there are $56,000 delin quent taxes for this year, out of i total of practically $400,000. These delinquents have been turned over to the sheriff for collection. Miss Amy George entertained on Friday afternoon with a tea in honor of Miss Mina Cohn of Tortland who is visiting here for the week. During the afternoon Miss George delighted the guests with several selections on the Victrola. Mr. J. H. Urie of Houlton has been appointed by Commissioner Brewster of Tortland as Official Job Hunter for the nuemployed if Port land during the winter. Mr Urie will fill the office alright and if there are any jobs for the nuemployel he will find them. Saturday night was the 20th anni versary of the institution of the Eastern Star Lodge In St. Helens and it was appropriately observed by the members. Members of the order turned out to have a good time and it was had. After a very interesting meeting refreshments were served. Hans Oberg, a resident of Colum bia City, was taken into custody yes terday by the sheriff, suffering from some form of insanity. Mr. Obcr? has been acting strangely for some time but for the past week has been going around the neighborhood at all hours of the night, yelling and howl ing and running about aimlessly. He will be examined today. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH j (The Peoples' Church) Preaching by the pastor 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Bible School at 10 a. m. Christian Endeavor service 6:30 p. m. Mid-week service, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. 'A Church Home for Strangers and Friends." F. J. MEYER Pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Pierce returned yes terday from Crabapple, Oregon, where they have been visiting at the home of Mrs. Pierce's mother for several days. J. McAdams of Mayger was one of the October jurymen who responded to his name in Court last Tuesday morning. Mr. McAdams was apolnted as foreman of the Grand Jury. H. F. McCormick, L. E. Allen and Chas. Graham, Republican Commit teemen of the three St. Helens pre cincts, attended the meeting of the County Committee at rtalnier yester day. ; Dr. Edwin Ross went' to Portland yesterday and returned last night with Miss Iro Barker who has been attending school In that city. Miss Iro has been slightly indisposed for some time and was brought here for a rest. 1911-5- passenger Maxwell Auto mobile, just overhauled and repaint ed and In good condition. A snap at $400. Terms to any responsible party. Address CB, care of Mist. YANKTON NEWS I 1 The logging camps In this neigh borhood have closed, and a number of families are moving away. Wm. Karth has moved in the farm he formerly owned, and has rented It for a year. The place was sold In the spring to a party from California. Mrs. Eggiman visited her sister who lives near Astoria. j Mrs. Duttum and youngest daueh- , lSf'Jl0 'M OWNERSHIP, .... . , .,..UOo. i uiviriEurvT nniri i ........ ........ mm m v V JiJV OCTOBER 81, 1914 FOR WEDNESDAY ONLY HAMS, SUGAR CURED, at 22c per pound. APPLES, 60c per box. TEA, PREFFERED STOCK BRAND, 20c per pkg. SPICES, PINE BURR BRAND, 4 cans 25c WILLIAMS HALL CO. HONESTY IS OUR POLICY 1 J AS. 'MUCKLE i SON PHONE NO. 3. GOODS OK Ql'AMTY ESTAHLISHED 1874. Blankets and Comforts Now Is the time to prepare fr wlllor ,, .(1 ,1Ivp a chance U, gel your Ith.nkeN an.l t'ifrtw. at k,mII .ri.e. Soft tiprlngy Comfortcrx filled with finest thoroughly Merillawil, Mll.lied or knotted. lotion ilnwn All woo .'mh1 iiunlUy, himm-IhI value nt $.fto Extra (oiml ktwIi', sm. lal at $:l.00 Californiu nimm-IiiI, cvtru fine ut $.1.00 ItlanketN in gray or white, will, colored lionlcr: Extra kom1 for $i.5 ht pair. Heavy wool nap nt $1.00 M-r pair Extra large whit at $MAM r pair Cotton Man kits at $1.50 ter pair. Willi tho advent if fall ami winter yon wj ,c iuj; to ail. I a little furniture to the home a ,K.wa'"' or a tahle. or chair, or sonic other od.l ivci. v,m need to make things more cozy durinir the ul.!!' Masts. '""'J' Call and inspect our complete line of lioiisefurnj i itifjs, and pick what you need. SA TIS K ACTIO X ( i U A U A NTK KI"). I'KICKS RIGHT FurniUire E. A. ROSS Under taki 3whw! win m wihttotow Something New AT Baseel's Store IN HOULTON IMKMIH, VI.IM)VH. nii.l VIMM,W (iiasH at Ui:iU ( ) I'ltlcM ANo ComplclA .'a hi.h f ) (omkIs Clolhlnu, Hal I'.imu and Klinca I'liriiHiiro, Ktoven, and llnnUut, CJntrcrlcN, i:tc. i:ver)lliliiK for Kver) ImkI, That IWy Coiti.rtltlon A Cult Will Con vim e vott. A BANKER'S ADVICE TO YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN The first step to wealth is always the hard est. It is taken when you open a savings ac count at the hank. Any young man or woman who is employed can save a little each week, and when this is hanked it hecomes an inspiration to you. You wateh is grow and accumulate until time and the hahit of saving have placed you in coiu foriahle financial circumstances. Your future is then assured and dates from the day you made your first deposit. One Dollar will start a saving account in this Bank Do it today. Tomorrow never comet THE COLUMBIA COUNTY HANK VEItXO.MA ITEMS . Franklin Rogers is making flying trips up to the Pleasant Hill School House and also to Mr. Weed. What Is the attraction Franklin? Wilda Thropp hag been sick the last week, but Is getting better now. Mr. Denard Smith has been work ing down at Harry Wilson's. Miss Martha Beock is working down at T. It. Throop's. Some of the prominent younz ladles of Pleasant Hill have discard ed their Sunday waists and took to wearing satin shirts. Mr. Weed 1b eypected home any day. He has been ,back east for the past three months. Jioneri weaver ana ramily have 1 TION KTC moved to Idaho. j ot st. IIeIeng 'at 'pubVlHlied weekly Mrs. Carl Olson Is visiting in Pojt- at St. Helens, Oregon, required by lan1- the Act of August 24, 1912. Wm. Karth Is serving on the Jury ; Editor, M. E. Miller, St. HelenB, Ore. in Portland. i Managing Editor, M. E. Miller. St. (lIg j Helens, Oregon. nusiness Manager, M. E. Miller and Robert Jefferles has resigned position as Janitor in the Yankton school. The position Is now being filled by Guy Crosby. Carl Oleson who was superinten dent of the Yankton Sunday School resigned a few weeks ago and Mr. BiiHhong hag been elected In his place. The Methodists will not hold eervl- ces In the Yankton Baptist Church. They have rented the lied Men'g hall and their church services will be held there. A literary club has been organized and will meet In the Yankton school house every Friday evening. The young lady who is visiting Mrs. Fred Briggs is a cousin from Idaho. Dud Harney and family are prepar ing to move to Idaho. Mr. Harney bought a farm there last spring. Herbert Howard has built a silo on his Yankton farm of 3 GO acres and has recently bought the tract of land owned by the Hyde boys about 30 acres. Stella Miller. St. Helens. Oreirnn Publisher, Mist Publishing Company, St. Helens, Oregon. Owners: Mist Publishing Co., corpor ation: M. F. Hazen, A. J. Demlng, H. F. McCormick, A. J. Peel, It. Masten, W. A. Harris, I. M. Harris, S. C. Morton, A. A. Oallchlo, h. It. Rutherford, Stella Miller and M. E. Miller. Known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders, holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securi ties: None. M. E. MILLER, Editor. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 1st day of October, 1914. E. E. QUICK, (seal) Notary Publio for Oregon My commission expires June 21, 1917. WANTED A few more nji'.k cus tomers. Fresh milk delivered twice dally as milked. 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