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j 3 Yourself and Others LOCAL HAPPENINGS AND DOINGS ft Jack DeSpaln was a Portland yls- ltor on Tuesday. Cha3. Mann was a Portland visitor on last Saturday. Mrs. L. L. Baker visited In Port land this last week. Mrs. Effte Wilson visited In Port land during the week. Mrs. J. H. Cronkite Bpent Ved- . nesday in Portland. J. II. Price attended to business In Portland on Saturday. E. A. Crouse made a business trip to Nappa during the week. W. E. Oonyers of Clatskanle was a St. Helens visitor Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Saurer visited Saturday In Portland. Wm. Phillip returned home after six months spent at Jasper, Minn A. S. Harrison was a business visitor to Portland during the week Master William Barber is sufer lng with a felon in the palm of his hand. Mrs. Thompson of West St. Helens was a Portland visitor during the week. W. H. Powell of Portland attended to legal business on Friday of this week. Mrs. E. E. Quick and daughter Miss Anna visited in Portland Sat urday. Mrs. M. Saxton and Mrs. Hobbs risked at Warren on Wednesday of this week. Mr. Halsted, of Eugene, is visit ing his daughter Mrs. Peter Felton in this city. Mrs. Matthews and daughter Miss Ethel Matthews visited In Portland on Saturday. Sheriff John and Mrs. John return ed Wednesday from a trip to Ver nonia and Mist. Miss Elsie Phillip came down from Scappoose Saturday and spent the week end at home. Miss Gladys Ashby of Forest Grove spent Sunday with her sister Mrs. M. E. Mller, in this city. John Q. Gage is visiting his par ents at Stafford, Clackamas County. He will return next week. Is Oregon going dry. Hear Judge Baker upon it Sunday evening 7:30. Come early and get a seat. Miss Mary McClay spent Friday in Clatskanle doing a little campaign work in that end of the county. Dr. R. L. Jeffcott of Portland came down and spent the week end in St. Helens guests of friends. Mrs. Wilbur Muckle and Miss Amy George motored to Portland on Wed nesday andv lsited with relatives. Judge Baker, the ablest temper ance speaker in Oregon speaks at the M. E. church Sunday 7:30 p. m. Dr. N. Barbour, of Portland, is visiting with his daughter Mrs. J. L. Zlpperer in St. Helens over Sun day. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ostrom lias been seriously ill during the week, but is reported some better. Mrs. A. J. DemJog, M.u. j. W. Al len and Mrs. Fred Watkins motored to Portland on Wednesday and spent the day. All Saints Day celebration in the Episcopal church next Sunday even ing November 1, at 7:30. All are welcome: Mrs. W. B. Dlllard left Tuesday morning for Forest Grove to attend the Congregational conference held at that place. Mrs. Geo. Brinn is suffering this week from a painful injury received by getting her finger caught in a clothes wringer. Hear Judge Baker at the M. E. church Sunday night on the Temper ance outlook. Special music by La Bare's orchestra. Dr. Ena wishes to meet all the ladles of St Helens Interested in singing at the Guild Hall, Monday, December 2 at 8 o'clock. Miss Lucille Holton of Portland visited with her aunt Mrs. John O. . Gage during the wee. Miss Holton formerly lived in St. Helens. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Shlnn have moved to their new home just built The home is modern in every way ' and has a beautiful view of the river. Hav. and Mm. Mpvpr nf tli Pnn. gregatlonat church of this place are spending the week at Forest Grove atending the conference be ing held there. Wise and Otherwise Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Ross and Miss Dora Shaffer motored to Portland and attended the Land Product Show on Wednesday of this week Emery Mills of Vernonla cam Into St. Helens last Tuesday proudlj driving a bran new Ford.. Mr. Mills has the contract for constructing th road from Trenholin to the Smith place near Yankton. On acount oft he serious illness of Miss Iro Parker, the Hallowe'en party advertised for last Thursday night at the Guild Hall was post poned until some later date. An nouncements will be made later. Prof. J. B. Wllkerson, W. J. Diet! and about 10 other members of the Ranier lodge of Odd Fellows came up last Saturday night to make a fraternal visit to the local lodgemen. A general good time is reported. Miss Iro Barker, who was brought home from Portland about two weeks ago, is seriously 111 now at the home of her uncle, Dr. Edwin Ross, suffering with brain fever. Her con dition at the time is quite critical. Wilbur Muckle has secured a con tract to obtain 600 horses for use in the European war. The contract was signed up on Tuesday and Mr. Muckle left St. Helens immediately ir quest of the animals, which he hopes to procure In the eastern part of the state. Mrs. Lou Maynard has been in St. Helens this week organizing a class in water color painting. After Christmas Bhe will make up a class In oil painting. Some of her work is on exhibition at Noah's Ark. She will be in St. Helens one day each week. Some good friends left at this of fice a sack containing a mamoth cu cumber, beet and carrot. The size of these vegetables attest the produc tiveness of Columbia County. The cucumber measures 16 Inches In length and 13 Inches around. Some cucumber ehT Jeffreys & Buffum. of Portland. began work October 23 in making the fill at McBrtde canyon, near Col umbia City, on the Pacific Highway. It is estimated that It will be nec- cessary to put In about 30,000 yards. The concrete culverts have been in for some time. Clatskanle is well represented In St. Helens today, several citizens be ing here as witnesses on the Blrken- feld vs City case. Among the Clat- skalne citizens we notice, W. A. Hall, , Norman Merrill, W. E. Con yers, O. B. Bennett, Matt Camp bell, Ben Blrkenfeld, J. H. Lewis, Paul Brkenfeld, George Conyers and others. John Jeffrey, Democratic can didate for Attorney General, spoke to a St. Helens audience on the Strand band stand last Saturday night, on the political questions of the day. Quite' a crowd was there listening to Mr. Jeffrey. While in St. Helens Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey were the guests of Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Mann. John Sten, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sten, is 111 In the Good Samaritan where he has been WILLIAMS 4 HALL CO. Trice cutting is done to create the im pression t hat the store is cheaper than others, not only on the cut priced articles hut on other goods. Our idea is to keep a fair, even level of Zio'iest pirces on all goods all the time. Lome! let us reason together Why send Kast. or elsewhere, fr f(lrjUlr. when Portland manufactures almost as ,J furniture as any city in the Unite! Stat,., Imy almost wholly direct from tins.: f.iclories hence money paid me for furnitim- U nt spent here in St. Helens, or goes n-, i,,,, than Portland. Patronize home i.-dusiiLw That makes hetter times. " "' SAT I S FA CT ION' C, V. R A NT K Kl). PRICKS UICJIT. gnltuTT" E. A. ROSS"Undcrtikn; WILLIAMS 4 HALL CO. HONESTY IS OUR POLICY Something New JAS, MUCKLE A SON I PHONE NO. 3. (iOODS OK QUALITY KSTAIILISIIKI) 1874. DRY-FOOT SHOES FOR MEN. You don't need to have wet feet. Our new ruhher welt water-proof, Dry-Foot shoes arc made of strong, durable leather and will not leak. These Shoes are not as heavy as the ordinary rough work Shoes and arc much more comfortable to wear DO NT HAVE WET FEET GET A PA I U OF THESE SHOES AT ONYE Price Per Pair $5 AT Baseel's Store IN HOULTON IMMIIIM, WIMIOWH, WIMK, ;i.AHH at Kl'l.l ( K) VMt'KH .Mm, rm.l,. . Htmk 0( ;.mIm, n,.ti,i,,K, nntH tntrtf, IUmiIx mttl Hmt Furniture, Move, mid l,lwir (JriM-erlcH, :ir, LvcrytlilitK f.,r Kv.t)Im, t j., Tlmt Ih'ty ('outK-titlin A f'll Will Com Wo Yun. A BANKER'S ADVICE TO YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN The first step to wealth is always the hard est, li is taken when you open a savings ac count ,-it the bank. Any young man or woman who is employed can save a little each week, and when this is s banked it becomes an inspiration to you. Ym watch is grow and accumulate until time and the habit of saving have placed you in com fortable 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 come THE COLUMBIA COUNTY BAM Dr. Lowe will be in St. Melons XT r. . . .. nui. o; uainier, me em and Clutakante the 7th. .1. ... , irames. for the past two weeks being treat- 1 , . , r.A 1- 1 J . t ... . I IV8 ed for an Injured eye. About two weeks ago, he, in company with two others boys playing on the beach and a piece of flying rock acldently struck him in the eye. The doct ors report that the sight will be saved. Last Sunday afternoon while strolling along the beach near where the Santa Catalina was beached, Miss Merna tripped on a log and fell, striking her neck on the sharp edge of another log and was rendered unconscious. Restor atives were applied and Merna was brought home in an auto where she soon recovered and Is now able to be out again. Fred Henderson, of Woodland. Wash., was In St. Helens Tuesday. among other things attending the weekly convention of the Knights of Pythias. Mr. Henderson is a pros perous farmer of the Lewis River Valley, being particularly engaged In dairying. His cattle are Jerseys. 1 among them being a bull, who at times becomes more or less fractious. This disposition In the animal has become manifest on several occas ions this summer, and each time the owner of the animal has come out second best In the fray. The last encounter, which occurred a couple of weeks ago resulted in a broken finger of the ight hand. Mr. Hen derson was at one time a resident nf Deer Island. Thursday, November 5, Dr. Lowe will be in St. Holen's Hotel. The use of Klaaes corectly fitted glassei. is the only timely for erors of sight. If you need medicine glasses won't help you, it would be well to know what you need. Dr. Lowe can tell you what you need. His 23 years ex perience, coupled with education In the best schools, makes him a safo person for you to consult. When you patronize him one charge covers entire cost of examination, glasses frames. He guarantees his eIushpb satisfaction whether they cost $2 or more. If you pay more you pay too much. If you pay less you do so at the sacrifice of service and quality of material. Consult htm at St. Helen's hotel Nov. 5. 6. Closes here 7.. Buy glasses of your grocer lie can sell 'em. Let mama cut your hair she can do It, sure she can. Mighty few can fit you with glasses properly and for JUST THAT you can depend on Dr. Lowe he will be here November 6. r " FOR Sale Household furniture. Call at Mist office. St. Helens Fisb Market CHAS. COOPER, Prop FRESH FISH OYSTERS CLAMS and CRABS Salt and Smoked Fish Typewriter Gives Business Standing wholses 'aTvnr rcVnt Jhe rul sincss man or the farmer T e t ir " 138 i,1C advan.taB the man who docs not. out bills bS I H not n'y timc in writing letters and making out bills, but it adds prestige and reputation to the user. The L. G. Smith & Bros. Typewriter is especially adantrrt to ,,c : i i- . . . . . .a more wear n A,Z 'B W ,unu aincts because it win swuu thS fnsTmaion? c.Ilot.rcq an expert operator. By following j instructions we will g,ve you, you will have no trouble learning. J -iHLf..!?.!.i.Hip5n Today Please send me your free book U I c Oli w Ido not use a ivnu,r;t.. i Jrmin, ai present. ViSTS? wouW ,ikc ,0 ' y' 'p-'1 ' 10 Name . p.o IZZZZ 7ZZZ- State To the L. G. 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