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PERSONAL
NOTES
Time for exams again.
Some road troubles in Clatsop
County.
Rees Hall was a rortiand visitor
last Sunday.
Harold Ross made a business trip
to Portland last Mnday.
The program by the O. N. O. so
ciety la due next Friday.
Miss Leon Perkins visited friends
In Portland last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hlley were
Portland visitors last Saturday.
H. F. McCormick was a business
visitor In Portland yesterday.
Miss Dune returned Monday even
ing from .. visit with friends in Port
land. W. W. Blakesley went to Portland
yesterday to tae In the Automobile
show.
Mr. and Mrs. Ceorgo Shiun visited
friends and relatives tver Sunday in
Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Ballagh visited
in Portland over Wednesday and
Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Muckle at
tended to business matters in Port
land last Saturday.
Rev. F. J. Meyer has been quite
ill during the week. He is reported
as some better today.
Dr. and Mrs. J. ! Zipperer at
tended the automobile show in Port
land last Wednesday. -
Arline Paulson was not able to at
tend school for a week because of
Inflamation of her eyes.
Mrs. Hobbs and her daughter.
Miss Lucille visited friends in Pon.
land during the week.
Mrs. N. H. Kinney and little son
were passengers on the Harvest
Queen yesteiday for Portland.
Dr. and Mrs. Pern, of Portland,
spent last Saturday and Sunday with
Dr. and Mrs. Peel In St. Helens.
Mrs. Esser and Mrs. Linder, of
Portland, are guests of Mayor and
Mrs. A. W. Mueller this wesk.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Wheeler and
Mr. and Mrs. J C. Bryant, of Port
land visited friends in St. Helens
Wednesday.
A. W. Norblad, a prominent attor
ney of Astoria, stopped over in St. i
Helens last Tuesday on his way home
from Salem.
Mr. W. B. Dillard and his son
Mason went to Seappoose Tuesday
evening to enjoy the skating on the
lake3 Lear there.
Mrs. J. T. Taber accompanied her
n4 IT An1 Upa Tnlinann n
. Portland Tuesday, wttere they will
spend several days visiting. Mr.
Tabor went up last night.
Hiram Kinney, who has been ser
iously ill for several weeks was again
taken to the hospital in Portland
Wednesday. His condition is still
serious bnt hopes are entertained for
an ultimate recovery.
Dr. Enna will give a recital In the
high schocl assembly next Monday
afternoon beginning at three-thirty
and last'eg for an hour. Glad to
have everybody come.
Eugenia Demming was absent
from school last Wednesday in order
tc go to Portland to see Forbes
Robertson In "The Passing of the
Third Floor Back."
Mrs. J. W. Allen visited in Lents
laBt Saturday, returning Sunday.
Little Merle Allen, a nephew, accom
panied her home and is spending the
week in St. Helen.
Miss Edna Harris substituted
from Thursday until Tuesday for
Miss Duns, who has been tn Port
land during the slcknOoS and death of
her uncle Mr. W. D. Scott.
Mrs. John Pringle and her son,
Ceorge, went to Pcrtland Wednesday
to visit Miss Mablo Pringle, who is
recovering from a surgical operation
at the Good Samaritan Hospital.
Mrs. J. W. Keck, of this city, was
taken to the Good Samaritan Hos
pital in Portland last Monday where
she was operated upon. Her phy
sicians report her condition as very
satisfactory.
K. F. Larson, the well known far
mer of Warren, was in St. Helens
last Monday on business. He left a
sample of potatoes w'th us which
were among the finest tubers we
havo seen in the country.
Mrs. W. W. Blakesley and Mrs.
J. W. Allen entertained the members
of the Yeoman Lodge at the hall last
Wednesday "vening. After the lodge
work was completed, several tables
of COO were played until about 10
o'clock, when delicious refreshments
were seived.
When John Southland last Mon--f
day took his place at the piano to
play the march 3s for the week, he
was greeted with some hearty ap
plause by his school mutes to
strengthen his lack of self -confidence
Mrs. W. G. Muckla entertained
Monday evening in a unique manner.
She asked eight couples to motor out
to one cf the lakes on the King estate
to skate, entertaining her guests
later at her apartments with an elab-
orata supper.
W. B .Dillard went to roruana
this morning to look after business
matters.
A. L. Larson, a prominent farmer
of Warren, was transact'ng business
in St. Helens today.
J. R. Kllpack, representative of
the Boys and Girls Aid Society, was
a business visitor n St. Helens to
day. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. LaBare of
Salem, are visiting in St Helens w ith
their son H. E. LaBare.
Mrs. O. E. Bailey left Wednes
dav for Portland after spending
some time in St. Helens visiting with
her son. Jack Black
Miss Mildred Allen camo down
from Portland yesterday and is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. L. R. Ruther
ford. Mrs. J. M. Burkhend, of the Cry
stal Brook Dairy, is visiting ber
sister Mrs. LaBa.-e in St. Helens
this week.
James Hunt has taken his old
position at the treasurers office
where he will be found ready to
hand out tax receipts to the people
when taxes ere paid.
The Ladles of the Congregational
Church will meet next Thursday
afternoon at Guild Hall for a quilt
ing party. All members and friends
are Invited.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Wilson, of
Portland, visited at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Van Natta near St.
Helens last week. Mrs. Wilson is
a sister to Mrs. Van Natta and to
gether the party visited their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Wikstrom
at Seappoose.
Mrs. W. B. Mackay, who is spend
ing a few days in St- HelcnB visiting
her mother. Mrs. Jacob George, lias
been the motif of much entertain
ment. Mrs. E. A. Kotger entertain
ed for her sister, Mr3. Mtckay, on
Thursday with a bridge tea. Many
St. Helens matrons were asked In to
meet the guest of honor.
Mrs. Morgus returned home last
Monday after having been with Fred
at the hospital for several days.
When she left she said Fred was get
ting on fine end was able to wheel
himsjlf about in a chair. He Intends
to come homo about next Monday.
Mrs. Charles Cooper and her son
Roscoe, will leave within a short
time for San. Francisco where they
will make their heme. Mr. Cooper
will stay in St. Helens until he gets
his business matters finished np
when he will also go to California to
reside.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Van Natta will be pleased to
learn that their little son George Is
entirely recovered from his recent
Illness.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Southard had
as their guests on last Saturday and
Sunday, Mr. and Mrs Wendell, Mr.
Frazier, the Misses Peace and Miss
Williams, all of Portland. A number
of St. Helens people were asked in to
meet them.
COLUMBIA CITY
The recent cold spell has handled
us rather rough, which caused lota
of growling and left us barking at
our shadows.
Twenty-three proves its power
which has thrown this community
into a perturbed commotion over
chances of losing and the loss of Miss
McClay's Ford car which burned
along with twenty-two other autos
In the gearage that burned in Port
land last Saturday
Mrs. Morris Kanary, of. West St.
Helens, and Mrs. J. B. Thay't, of
this place, spent Tuesday and Wed
nesday in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O.. DevIoJ and
little son Donald came down from
lloulton Monday afternoon on a It.
U. speeder and spent the afternoon,
the guest of Mrs. Thayer.
The depot at McBride has been
removed to Columbia City proper.
The first train to receive orders to
stop, is the Rainier local, w Men takes
effect the morning of January 29th.
It will have a new name which as
yet has not been decided. But we
have every reason to believe It will
ho named Columbia City.
NKW8 OF TIIKXHOLM.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hydo panned
Saturday and Sunday with friends
at Yankton.
. Mr. Wm. Woerner was a Portland
visitor last week.
Mrs. Hcttie McNabe is tho guest
of friends in Portland for two weeks.
Mr. Ed Bowlby and family have
moved back ag?.ln to Trenholm.
Mr. T. W. Robinson, of Olney,
Ore., has been In Trenholm for a
few days !n the interest of the West
ern Cooperage Company.
The Parent-Teachcro Club held
its regular meeting Saturday evening
January 16. The subject being,
"Li'oraturs In tho Homo." The pro
grame was in charce of Mrs. McNabo,
chairman, assisted by Miss Smith
1
mriT( tot hot nV TAMTTARY 29. 1915
and Mrs. Churchill. The laot half
hour was spent in general tinging
at Mrs. Tatro's until a late
About thirty-five persons surpris
ed Mr. and Mrs. Henry McAllister at
their homo Saturday evening, Jan
uary 23. It was tho thirtieth cn
nlversary of their marriage. A
pleasant evening was . spent snd
lunch served by the hostess.
LUNCH
MASON'S
RUTHERFORD
BUILDING.
CHOICE
Confectionery and Cigar
QUICK SERVICE
LUNCH
ANY HOUR.
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
BOX GOODS.
AN UP-TO-DATE
Jewelry
Store
COMPLETE STOCK OF
Watches
AND
Clocks
EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING.
VON A. GRAY
;1
Yes, Williams,
I'll Tell You Why I
Won't Invest
in Your Enterprise
YOU'RE liM-atml in the wrung
town. Closed evrnlren
saloons bit Spring, the first
institutions lo ciiii-e arrons with
thfir Urns. You voted your
selves out of those good funds,
and what h.ns it gut you? l'ruc
tii jlly a dead town.
You trifij o d privi- men of
liicir piT-oual tihiA. You told
'em they couldn't drink tci-r,
tven moderately as they had
been doing. Mm who couldn't
even pet Leer in rcifH-rtuble brer
kiI'Khis, got unlimited nuuntilirs
of elieap, stronger drinks in the
rountless blind pigs that your
blue laws created.
Those orderly saloons were
the Liberty Hall of many work
men who sought an hour's rela
ation, amusement, fellowship. To
them, they were wh.it elub
is to vou and me. Naturally,
denied the privilege of drinking
an occasional glai.s, they skulked
to tin: comenient K-alc-easict
and became law breakers.
There yon are, Williams. None
of my money for a town that
clamps down the lid - net uu
intemperance, but on Liuincta
and sobriety.
Ailvrrtiwnwnt
i A KKKSH RHiVR
. - Willi iJ
Adds tone to any
man. That's why
we are so busy and
there are so many
tony people in this
town.
15 Cant a Tone.
LYNCH & GIBBS,
. St. Helens, Oregon
j Jeweler. ST. HFLFNS
1 - , "Jk aaassssssiasV Irf . V i-r
Jltit
t
The Lone Fir Dairy la strictly sail
ltary. Milk and cream from Ihem Is
pure aud clean.
MISCELLANEOUS L NOTICES.
FOR SALE One four-year-old
Shorthorn Bull, fat, ono fat cow,
four milk cews; brood sows; pigs
and fat hogs, dressed or alive; bIbo
White New Zenland and Shadeland
Wonderseed Oats. The two varieties
that yield bis crops. For pr.rticul
ars, see .phone or writo. C. J. I -arson,
Warren, Oregon.
FOR SALE Thoroughbrad Tar
trldce Cochin Chickoan. Mrs. S.
Ssuerveln, Columbia City. ltp
For Sale A fine home In Port
land; 12 minutes walk from Jeffer
son High School; sume distance
from graded school. Will take 10
acres of cleared land as part pay
ment. Price $3200. See picture of
tho place at the M.st office.
j FOR SALE Three cows, also
I other young stock. For prices and
I terms, see II. W, HoUonreter. War
ren, Oregon. -lP
WANTED An Industrious man
who can earn $100 per month and
expenses retailing our Products to
farmers. Address W. T. RawlelgH
Company, Oakland, Cal.
KOIl RENT Modorn Bungalow.
Near Catholic church. Inquire at
i Italian Importing Co., or Mist office.
FOR SALE Thorough-bred white
Leghorn Cockerels. C R. Mlllor,
Warren, Ore.
KSTKAY NOTICE.
I have lost two Holestene year
'inir linirnr. with the tiD of right car
cut off. I will pay reward for recov
ery of same. K. F. LAKSEN. warren.
HAY KOIl
Timothy, buled and loo3C, clover
haled. Car load older will receive
special attention. C. O. DA 11 LG REN.
Phone 102-7. Warren, Ore.
KOH SALE.
S. C. White Leghorn Cockerel
from rrle winning Btock, price
$1.50. Al.to S. C. Buff Leghorn and
S. C. Buff Orphington eggs for
hatching after February 1. Matting
list ready February 1. Mr. and Mr.
Albert I.. Larson. Box 96. Goblo,
Oro.
LODGES
ST. HELENS It Ell KK AH LODGE.
NO. 217, metis first ar.d third Thurs
day of each month In I. O. O. E.
Hall. Visiting monbers ulr.iys
welcome
MRS. ELLA ALLEN. N. G.
MRS. MARY CHRISTIE. Sec.
1IOVLTON CIRCLE NO. 478.
Women of Woodcraft, mee'.s tho
second and fourth Tuo.ay Rf.er-n-nn
of ench month nt lloulton,
Oregon.
AGNES DIXON. G. N.
ANNA RICHARDSON, Clerk.
COI.UM 111 A KNCAM I'M ENT, NO. 1
77, 1. O. O. P. meets In tho I. O. O. P.
Hall, on the second and fourth
Thursday of each month, sojourn
ing I'utrlitrclis most cordially invited
to meet with us;
FRANK GLINIECKI, C. P.
C. W. BLAKESLEY, Scrlbo.
Avon Lodge No. 62 Knights of
Pythias meets every Tuesday even
ing in Castle Hall, St. Helen. Vis
iting Knights always welcome. -8.
R. SONNELAND, C. C.
M. E. MILLER, K. of R. & 0.
ST. HELENS LODGE NO.
7V 32, A P. & A M. Meets 1st
and 3rd Saturdays In each month.
Visiting brothers cordially welcomed.
EDWIN ROSS, Master.
E. E. QUICK, Secretary.
. ST. HELENS
-fr?" O. O. F. meets In
the I. O. O. P. building, on the sec
ond and fourth Saturdays of each
month, visiting member are always
given a lnarty welcome
C. W. BLAK5SLEY, Sec'y
JESSE LANSING. N. O
MIZI'AII CIIIPTKH O. K. H.
Meets in Masonic Hall the second
and fourth Saturday of each month.
IRENE M. DAY. W. M.
E. A. ROTGER, Secretary.
TILLICUM TRIBE NO. 52, Im
proved O. R. M., of Yankton, Ore.,
meet at Its wigwam, Second and
Fourth Saturdays of each month.
W. G. BRANNON, C. of R.
EUER BROWN, Sach.
tt ST. HELENS A8SEM
U. iV. BLY NO. 80, United
Artisans, meet at I. O. O. F. Hall,
First and Third Friday evening of
each month. All visiting Artisan
welcotno.
COURT ST. HEL
ENS, NO. 80,
meets every Sec
ond and Fourth
Thursdrya In K
of P. Hall.
All member ure-
ed to attend meetings.
Visiting brothers alway welcome
J. O. PRINGLE, C. It.
M. J. FORD, P. 8.
Junimrv 2.1. 1916. to tllO
wifo of W. E. Eversol, of Treuholm, !
a son.
HH H.U.K.
Household furn'tuie for sale,
cheap. Also one 3 Vi Milhum wag
on. Must be sold at onco. J. A.
Hill, 81. Helens. '
IWTIKXTH WAXTK.H.
I will tako patient for nursing at
my home or will do nursing by the
day. Term reasonable. Mr. L. L.
Moffett, lloulton.
KOH HALK.
Household furnlturo for aIo. En
quire of Mr Charle Cooper, Mile
cottago. St. Helen.
Dr. I-owe, Wednesday.
Don't forget to got your milk and
cream from Cade Brother.
ST. HELENS ROUTE
via WiIUsmIU Sleuth
THE PEOPLES BOAT
str. yiAERieyi
Leaves Portland Jaily 2; JO p. in.
(Sun. 1 : JO p. ni.)
Arrives St. Helms - - - 6:00 p. in.
(Sun. p. m. )
Leaves Si. Helens - - - 4: Ha. in.
Arrivo 1'otilarJ - - - 10:15 a in.
H. HOLMAN, Agant
Mukri all nay landings. Wharf fimt Mtlri
Mieet. Phone: Main 1121, A Wt.
FAS Wiinisi, St. Hrlrm Anew
Books! Books!
Books!
DEMING'S
Kcxall and
I JAS. MUCKLE & SON
"GOODS
3-
Special Sale of
Childrens School Shoes
YYc arc making a sjiccial price on all boy's
and girl's shoes for this week. To reduce
stock of heavy winter school shoes before
lighter weight shoes are in demand, we will
make a special offer for the coining week.
A saving for you in Children's School Sluies
this week, if you take advantage of this sale.
REMNANTS
Short cutis of holt goods and rihhons arc
made into remnants ami marked far below the
regular price for quick disposal. SKK DIS
PLAY ON OUR COUNTERS.
"ARROW COLLARS" H ERE
Williams
JUST RECEIVED A FRESH
LINE OF .
iriPORTED
CHEESE
NEUFCHATEL CHEESE
GERMAN BREAKFAST CHEESE
CAMEMBERT (In Portion.)
McLAREN'S IMPERIAL (Club Size)
EDELWEISS CAMEMBERT TYPE
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Williams &
HONESTY
rVTrt rAA sl & . . . .
PURE
MILK
AND
CREAM
Furnlshad Dally by
LONE FIR DAIRY
Cad Bros, Proprs.
Our facilities and equip
ment for handling dairy
products enables us to sup
ply the lest grade of milk
and cream which is strict
ly sanitary
We are anxious to se
cure more customers ami
promise good service.
Satisfaction 'guaranteed
in every respect.
LONE FIR DAIRY
Cad Bros., Proprietor
ST. HELENS, OREGON.
' Fhun 107-4.
DRUG STORE
Nyal Goods
I
OF QUALITY
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a
Hull Company g
IS OUR POLICY. l
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