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St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933, October 23, 1914, Image 8

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Capt. Uudden, superintendent of
cargos for the W. It. Grace Co., of
New York, has been 111 St. Helens
this week in consultation with tho
Underwriter who have been Investi
gating tho tiro on the RantR Cuta-lina.
The Christmas sale annually held
by the Congregational Church will
be hold about tho middle of Decem
Make Winter k
ber. They are preparing their
usual attractive Hue of plain and
fancy needle work, rugs, etc., at
moderate prices.
j 1 LOCAL HAPPENINGS AND D0iNK j
t
Yourself and Others
Wise and Otherwise
Mrs. Belford is visiting Mrs. East
man in Fortlund this week.
Charles Halilerman of Astoria
spent Monday in this city on legal
business.
James Muckle of Portland attend
ed to business matters in St. Helens
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Saxton of
Bachelor Flat, were shopping in St.
Helens today.
John Philip returned Wednesday
evening from an extended visit to
Sherwood, Oregon.
Captain H. Groves of the Port of
Portland, was a business visitor in
St. Helen! this week.
Miss Carrie Joseph of Portland
visited this week with her friend Mrs.
L. O. Ross in St. Helens.
Mrs. R. L. JefTcott of Portland is
spending the week in St. Helens the
guest of Mrs. J. S. Allen.
Born; at Cathlamet, Wash., on
October 19th to Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Venable of this city, a son.
Mr. McGrath, President of the
Harriman Club of Portland, spent
last Tuesday In St. Helens.
J. G. Williams of Ilwaco, Wash.,
visited in St. Helens this week with
his brother D. Walter Williams.
Mrs. George Adams of Columbia
City visited this week with her
mother, Mrs. MacCauley in St. Hel
ens. Jacob Hammer, a prominent farm
er of Deer Island was transacting
business In St,. Helens yesterday.
The Ladles Aid Society of the M.
E. Church will meet with Mrs. L. R.
Rutherford, Wednesday, October 28.
Arrange your dut!es so that you
can attend the Hallowe'en party at
the Guild Hall next Thursday even
ing. Mr. Alfred Pierce and family have
moved from St. Helens to Crabapple,
Oregon, where they will make their
home.
Mrs. John Philip of Vancouver, B.
C, with her baby, is visiting this
week at the home of John Philip in
St. Helens.
J. N. Bendle, formerly a resident
of this city but now a resident of
Ilwaco, Wash., spent last Sunday in
St. Helens.
Mrs. Smith and little daughter
Helen of Portland are spending the
week with her sister Mrs. A. C. Tuck
er, in this city.
Mrs. Ernest Younger, and little
daughter, of Portland are in St. Hel
ens this week visiting at the home of
Judge and Mrs. Dart.
Do not eat any supper next Thurs
day evening at home but bring your
appetite with you to the Guild Halll
and have it appeased.
Hob Gobllne, ghosts and visitors
from unseen lands will appear from
nowhere at the Guild Hall next
Thursday evening. See them. It will
cost you nothing.
J. H. Collins of Rainier was in St.
Helens Wednesday, visiting Mrs. Col
lins and Incidentally doing a little
campaigning in the interest of his
candidacy for Representative.
Little Helen, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. T. S. White of Houlton,
who was operated on last week at St.
Vincent's Hospital in Portland, for
adenoid growths is doing nicely.
District Attorney, C. W. Mulllns of
Astoria, was in St. Helens a couple
of days this week trying a case for
his county which had been removed
to this county on a Change of venue.
Cap Abel has been under the
weather for the past week and Frank
Sheppard has been piloting the big
- car on the Portland-St. Helens run.
Cap was able to resume his station
on the run yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. David Davis of Port
lands have again taken up their resi
dence in St. Helens after an absence
of more than 10 years. They have
leased the Stevens residence on the
corner of St. Helens ana Oak Streets.
E. A. Leeston-Smlth of Calgary,
Alberta, visited with his sister Mrs.
II. g. Mason In St. Helens this week.
He stopped over for a few dvH here
on his way to Los Angeles, Cal.,
' where he will Bpend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Stevens moved
their household effects to Portlp.nd
this week andw ill make tliatc ity
their home. Virgil and his father
have purchased a grocery store In
that city and Virgil will conduct the
business. Their many friends iu St.
Holens wish them all kinds of suc
cess in their new business venture.
On Saturday, November 21, the
Congregational Ladles will hold a
Thanksgiving sale of plum and suet
puddings, mince meat, fruit cake,
etc., at Mr. Tabor'ss tore. (Noahs
Ark.) They will also continue as
usual their regular Saturday sales of
cooked foods.
The Ladles of the Episcopal Guild
will have their annual Hallowe'en
party on Thursday evening, Oct. 29
at the Guild Hall. Ine public Is in
vited to come. There will be no ad
mission at the door, but the ladies
will sell candies from the candy
booth, towels from the towel booth
ands upper fresh from the Guild
kitchen. A program of musical
numbers and readings will be render
ed aud an interesting time is promis
ed all who attend. Thursday even
ing, October 29th, Guild Hall.
Mrs. Stlne and son Hurry left St.
Helens last Tuesday for Redlands,
California, where they will spend
some time.
Witches and choice spirits of dark
ness will hold high carnival at the
Guild Hall, October twenty ninth
You are invited to be present.
The Queen Esther Rebecca Lodge
of Houlton held the regular meeting
on Wednesday night, after which a
supper was served which was enjoy
ed by all.
The Ladies Aid Society of the M.
E. Church will hold their annual
Bazaar and supper in the Church
Parlors, Friday, December 4th.
Further notice will be given later.
Mrs. L. L. Mo net t at the Columbia
Hotel In Houlton is prepared to do
nursing and will take patients to her
home or go to private homes. Rates
reasonable. Mrs. L. L. Moffffett
Houlton, Oregon
A delightful time was spent at the
home of Mrs. Mathews, West St. Hel
ens, on Wednesday afternoon, where
a few friends visited. BOO was play
ed and after noon tea was served by
the hostess. The guests were Mes
dames Blakesley, Deming, Grant,
Brehaut, McQuenn, Bramble, Miss
Mathews and W. W. Blakesley.
Mr. Henry Allen, who a few years
ago resided near Scappoose, but who
has been living at St. Johns lately,
died at the St. Vincents Hospital in
Portland last Tuesday evening. Fun
eral services were conducted today
by the Odd Fellows at St Johns and
the body was sent to Warren for
burial, where the St. Helens Odd Fel
lows took charge of the interment.
Your shade Is expected to attend
A ghostly gathering which will
haunt,
The Guild Hall, October twenty
ninth. At eight and a half o'clock.
WANTED A few more iu'Ik cus
tomers. Fresh milk delivered twice
dally as milked. Price, one quart,
per month, $1.90.
2t IIUS W. T. OLIVER
HOUSE For Rent John Q. Gage.
"No Interests to
Serve but the
Public Inter
ests."
The people of Oregon sent Repre
sentative Hawley to Congress be
cause he was clean and specially
equipped to Berve his native state.
He has made good and has acquired
experience and standing In Con
gress, serving ALL the people and
securing more than $4,000,000 for
waterways, public buildings and
other purposes In the First Dist
rict. He has not been away from his dut
ies at Washington ten days in the
last 600 days.
A vote for him Is one for a Faithful,
Industrious, Honest, Able and
most successful Public Servant.
(Please read his record and platform
In voters' pamphlet.)
I(eiulllran Con (regional Committee
W. J. CTLVEK,
Chairman.
REPRESENTATIVE
W. C. HAWLEY
Republican Direct Primary Nominee
for Re-election to Congress
(Paid Advertisement)
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A BANKER'S ADVICE
$17.50 and Up
TO YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN
The first step to wealth is always the hard
est. It is taken when you open a saving ac
count at the hank.
Any ymuij,' man or woman who is employed
can save a little each week, and when this is
hanked it becomes an inspiration to you. You
watch is grow and accumulate until time and
the halut of saving have placed yon in com
foi lal.le financial circumstances. Your future
is then assured and dates from the day yuti
made your lust deposit.
One Dollar will start a savings account in this Bans
Do it today. Tomorrow never comet
THE COLUMBIA COUNTY
QUARTERLY MEETING
There will be quarterly meeting
at the Free Methodist Church, Hou'
ton, comencing on Friday evening,
and continuing over the Sabbath.
Rev. F. J. Hums, District Elder will
have charge. A welcome to all.
J. N. WOOD, Pantor
ANNOUNCEMENT
It. S. Hattan, candidate (or County
Treasurer on the Democratic Ticket
submits to the people of Columbia
County his candidacy and asks the
consideration of the voters.
R. 8. HATTAN
fTt Dr- Lowe will be In St. Helens
Nov. 5; Rainier, the Cth and
Clatskanle the 7th.
TEACHKRH' ANNUAL INSTITUTE
for Columbia County will convene In
the High School Building at St. Hel
ens on Nov. 4-5-6-, 1914. All the
schools of the County will be closed
and every teacher Is expected to be
present. A good program has been
arranged and many prominent speak
ers will bep resent. Special music
and literary features have been
amply provided. The public Is cor
dially Invited to be present.
St. Helens Fisb Market
CHAS. COOPER, Prop.
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CLAMS
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out bills, but it adds prestige and reputation to the user.
The L. G. Smith & Bros. Typewriter
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