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HOULTON glH stelUt I'ope It in IVrtland forj . nd Mrs. A. T. Vni, a (,aay I" 1'ortlund lat week. Hotwrt Chamber has gone to TrenholM, where he has employment. Hr and Mri. Williams entertained (rltndi from Vcrnonla over Bunday. John McQueim baa returned from ..... I.. PnrffnMfl nn tlllal. ,eUy . . . Emmett Knuwle haa returned to tit home near Houlton. after a aliort ibaence. Mr. and Mr"' K"llo'Pl1 Karth were Porllnna tiiw" enl day. Ur. Wilkinson of Rainier, wm loeu matter. School hro will clone in two more ae(i, flnul eiainlnatlon beginning Mi( Moduli)'. Mr, fill of Rainier, wa in lloul- . . t. tt. A f M at. 4 ton W'1 W'' WIW UVt- W ...a. WMM Sir. A. T. KIMun. Robert Bi'ul I building a bunga low on hi form noar Houlton, and till iouu niovo Into It. Nr. Clmdlma of I'ortlund, la hare (pending a lew daya with her aon, J. P. Divcni, station agent. lira. Bacon, motlier of Mra. J. II. Urla, and Mra. Dliuiey, a sister, were bent from Warren Tuuaday. Mr. and Mm. Thompion White ter week-end vlltura In I'ortland, reluming Sunday afternoon. A. J. Kelluy and T. 8. White wore motoring la the vicinity of Columbia City and Dour Inland lnsi Friday. Louis Hukhhco waa In Astoria font twk on bualimas relating to the uew cannery lu which ho la Intereated. It li reported that Prof. Jumea I). Brebaut will bkuIu be with ua next iMunin, aa ho will continue to act a principal of Houlton school. Mini Joun Hold haa returned from Portland, whero alio apent a few watki, and think alio pretera the rural quiet ol Houlton to the city. The new bukery here 1 building up a nice bualnosa, and Mr. Uallagh, tna proprlotur, la turning out eome nrjf dollcloua broad and paatry. Mra. N. A. Terry and friend, Mra. Cowlea of Turtlund, motored down oa Monday morning with Mr. Terry and spent the duy with frlonda here. Mra. ('has. llunaou la apondlng the summer hero with her mother, Mra. Space, whllo hor husband la In Alaska, hoping to bo benefited In health. Mrs. Jack Harry came down from Portland luat week and will be with her mother, Mr. Samuel Long, for wma time. Mr. Hurry waa here for tha week-end. Mr. E. L. Payne and children will !eaa on May 20th for Clyde, N. C, "hero they will upend the summer itn rciutlvea and frlonda. Clyde as the former home of the Payne. Mr. C. A. liraniblo and two daugh ter! will leave toon for a aeveral oontha' visit near American Falla, Idaho. Mra. Itramblo will vUlt hor later, whom alio haa not aeen for weral yeura. V. II. L'sher and aon. Sidney, who k'a been n Sulem for some time. wired hero Thuraday morning In rwponse to a telegram announcing tha death of Mra. Ulttor, a alater of Hr, l'sher. HV. Snyder of Portland, address- "I a amull but appreciative audience n Sunday oveutng at the M. E. cnurch horn. There will be services lain next Sunday, both morning and "Ming, and all are Invited to attend. Mra. James Doll rAiAlva,1 ll,n ai1 lnlHlge,,c(, Sunday that her aged Bt!lOr, who Uvea In Montana., was "rloualy in and not expected to re ver. Mrs. Dll loft on the early "'n Monday morning to be at her tedsldo. Mr- Wllllnma. Knighton's harbor shop a abort time ago. hut, ,ini.tj . . l4l8kanl. nd will go Into the Jew "7 and watch that CltV. Mi. Wl 111 mo I- """l In Clatskanle. J- H. UrlA anil Inn Tank niir. chased the llvnrv hn.ii,,.. n unnett and have alrenftv tnkAti nns "won. Mr. Uennott had only had buainoag a short time, having bought out N. O. Larrabee, and hla J'ai for the future are not known ' proaent. Mr. Urle will no doubt k, a "ticccas of thla enterprise, and " lnol wish hlra well. r Elllll Rnnn mill t.1. II,,., . " !'" - 81 cllor" on next Monday evening 1 7:30 o'clock at the city hall, St. Helens, tm. -i . . .. biiuiUB IB CU1UUUHUU UL " Pupils from both Houlton and al Helen n ni,i. . i. . - "tiwuiB, miu win uuuui K" be a trout a k . mi "Pny the chorua, composed of Be urro1 wllon, Harley Tur ' and Jack LeBare, and MUse 9"' Huttan and Edre LeDare Parent and frlonda are respectfully invited to be present. Thursday morning about io o'clock the Wm. Ketel house now occupied by Mra. Kmi. and daughter, Ethel, waa discovered to be on fire, havlnv defective flue. The prompt response . mo ii ro aopartment undoubtedly -- - -"iiu, ior wttn the high wind blowing, a blaze would be well nigh impossible to extinguish. Mosdames Geo. cimi.m. .....i n... u i n u u cup. neat Payne chaperoned a party of young folk on a picnic last Bunday ",uu' ne occasion was a vory fooiwui. oiiB. anu the chlldron heart lly enjoyed their on time n ... Ing of the excellent luncheon. Those urosoni were: Mr. Oenaman and children, Avery, Miles. Nora and Uotinle, Mr. Payne nnrt -1,11.1 Lola, Annotto, Edgnr and Joseph nuiuu viiuo ana Mr. Consman TRENHOLM. Mra. James William visited Tren- liolm last Thursday. Lollarou Crouae spent Saturday and Sunday In Portland. Marshal Lin Docker of Houlton, wa In Trenholm last Friday. Wm. Woernor left last week for a trip to I'ortland and Kun Francisco. Mr. Dllly Tatro Is at home, after spending a week with friends In Port land. C. A. Dratiihlo passed the week end with Mrs. Bramble and children In Houlton. Mra. Walter Dlakesley of St. Hel en, waa the guest of Mr. Samuel Churchill Wednesday. Mr. Bamuel Churchill entertained Mra. O. D. ICylo, Mlsa Huth Fowler and Frank Olsen at dinner Sunday Mr. Aaron Kelley and Mr. Har ney Kollny of Houlton spent Batur day and Bunday with Mr. and Mr Wesley Potts and attended the dance Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gus. Wllenbol vIbU ed Portland last week and purchased a piano. It was placed In the new hall. Monday evening thoy Invited the folk of the community to a aoclal and datire from 7 to 9 p. m. Mra. Jack Lamberson was pianist, and a Jolly evening was spent. Saturday evening, May 8th, an en tertainment will be given at the hall from 8 to 9 o'clock. Afterwards, a uocktle dunce, will be given. Ev.yy lady Is requested to bring a calico necktie In an envelope and also wear an apron to match. The public I cor dially Invited and we hope all neck tie will speedily sell. A baseball team has been organ ised between the mill boys and the bolt chttors. The first game was played last Sunday, the score being 17 to 15 In favor of the millers. A collection of twelve dollars was raised toward a sum to purchase a baseball outfit for the teams. We wish our "Hoys" success and both loams will be watched with keen In terest by the spectators. So boys, please do your best. Messrs. Cydo Heln, Harry Dunn, Harry Henderson and Olio Freiburg, otherwise known as "Cannibal Inn Hoys," gave a dance last Saturday evening, at the hall. Misses Smith of Happy Hollow, furnished mUlc. About twenty-five out-of-town peo ple were present and It proved a de lightful affair. Mrs. Potts and Mrs. Hotel, assisted by Blx young ladles, served the lunch. We wish to extend a hearty vote of thanks to the "Can- nlbal Inn Hoys" for the royal good time they gave us and we all hope! to be Invited again soon. ST ,"LENS MIST FRIDAY. APRIL 3Q, 1915. REUBEN. J. B. Llnnton Is a Portland visitor mis week. V. E. Wllley of Portland, was a re- isuor nere. frank D. Simmons of Portland, a visitor here Tuesday. Mrs. T. C. Watts visited with friends in Kalama Tuesday. John Farr of Warren, was in Reu ben and vicinity one day last week Mis. Maggia Howling of Rainier, Is "iwiig wun ner brother, J. W. Bowl lug, this week. Mrs. Henry Wasser and son of Mo- pie vale, were the guests of Mrs. T C. Watts, Thursday. Mrs. T. 8. Llnnton and Mrs. C. 0. Mounce, were the guests of Mrs. D. Asher last Thursday. Anton Wise of Arleta, a former res ident of this place, Is visiting friendB here and at Doer Island. John Burgess of Rainier, visited with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lindsay, last Saturday. E. G. Jones lost his residence by Are April 17th. Only a few of the household effects were saved. Leslie Haines and wife of Salem, aro visiting at the home of Mr. Haines' sister, Mrs. A. D. Larson. The Goble and Hammond ball loams played on the local diamond last 8unday, the score being Goble 12, Hammond 6. Mrs. Ethel Bowen of St. Johns. visited with her brother and sister, 0. C. Mounce and Mrs. T. S. Llnnton, last Bunday. She was accompanied by Mrs. T. 8. Rambow of St. Johns. SCAPPOOSE. Chns. Koutek is building a barn on his premises. Hot weather and winds are doing much damage to crops and fruit. Mrs. A. Holstrom is 111 with typhoid fever. The family reside on the slough, near Frakos landing. Arch Duncan spent the week vis iting with his parents, J. B. Duncan and family. Arch Is in the hotel busi ness noar Tacoma. H. E. Spencer has opened a new shingle mill on the Rocky Point road. He expocts to produce a fine article and will supply local demands. The play ground grows In Interest. The older folks should come out and join In the games. Fresh air and play will make you grow old happily. A number of the young friends of Wat Price fell In on him Tuesday night, It being his seventeenth birth day. Games and refreshments pre vailed. The F, L. Smith road Is being open ed by imported labor. Clearly an error. Our people need the money. Such doings spreads anarchy In our fair land. The Plsgah Home people, who have a settlement six miles west of Scap- poose, have opened a good road and are clearing and planting several acres a commendable enterprise. ST. HELENS HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Only ten more days of school. The bookkeeping class finished their year's work Wednesday of this week. The pupils are very much elated over the re-election of Prof. Baker as principal for the ensuing year. Mrs. Davles, Mrs. Owen and Mrs. L. It. Rutherford favored our school with a visit o3 Wednesday afternoon. Scappoose was challenged to a dual track meet to take place Saturday, May 1st. They have not accepted as yet. The eighth grade feel confident of victory In the Grammar school track meet to be held on the same day as the High school track meet. Upon entering the school room Monday morning, the students no ticed a decided change In the appear ance of Miss Duns. The change was caused by the wearing of a new pair of "specs." Dale Perry and Charles Smith were chosen captains of field and track re spectively. They have quite a squad of men out each evening and feel con fident their men will make a good showing in the county track meet. The state examinations . for the eighth grade are on the 6th and 7th of May. The future freshmen are about as prepared as any class could possibly be, owing to the very compe tent teaching of Mrs. Collins. The mechanical drawing class has begun Its final drawings for the year. Some have been more fortunate than others In Prof. McNulty's choice of drawings for the Individual pupils. The drawing class baa become very proficient in the making of blue prints. No meal Is complete without O-eo-good bread. r. 8 Ume's Heave Drops cures heaves. Price 1 1 ; for sale by all druggists. WARREN. Mrs. Kate Terry returned to her home in Portland last Tuesday. John McCully Is putting up a build ing to be used for a barber shop. Joseph Erlckson, Sr., loft for Cali fornia Monday, to visit his son, who ts 111. , Mahol Hedlund, who has been working In St. Helens, came home Monday. A musical entertainment will be given by the band May 7, at 8 p. in., at Erlckson's hall. The W. C. T. U. met at Mrs. Harms home last Thursday. The subject discussed was "Medical Temperance." The Young Peoplos' Society of the Swedish Lutheran Church gave an In teresting and well-attendod progrom i..t Qnnilnv evenlllir. The Warron basoball teom played the St. Helens high school teom lust a,.t,,rHnv winnlna by a score oi is j(,ua uv - to 12. Warren had a new pitcher and at union, aeveral new ones. Thoy will piny next Sunday on the St. Hel- Aaa -. II n rf The Indies of the Evongellcal r. I. mat at tllfl hOIDe'Of MrS. VyllUiVl. " - - - irvt Wednesday, and organised a Ladloe Aid Boclety. Mrs. Annie u,,t wa nlneted Dresluont, MIbb as ther Lund, vIce-preBldent; Miss Zella n.nd,in. aenratary: Mrs. uuuwui . mil Mrs. F. M. Bendure work director. 'The next meeting wilt be held at the home or Mrs. r. i Bendure, Tuesday, May 4th. . PUBLIC SALE 63 Head Registered and Hlgh-Grade Holstein Cattle. Entire Maple wood Herd of 48 and 5 Consigned from Lakeside Stock Farm. gale to be held at Maplewood Stock Farm One and a half miles south of Scappoose. Oregon at Johnson's Crossing, on A. & C. Railroad. TUESDAY, MAY 4 at io o'clock a. m. sharp Special arrangements have been made for train leaving Portland at 8:10 a. in. and Astoria at 8:15 a. m. to stop at Johnson's Crossing. DISPERSAL SALE. 8 Registered Holstein Cows. 8 Registered Holxteln Heifers. 1 ReKlstered Holstein Hull. 21 lllgli-tiraile Holstein Cows. 10 Hobiteln Yearlings and Calves. 4 Hlgh-Grade HolMtein Heifers. Every animal in this sale has been tuberculin tested, the herd having undergone such test regularly every year. No sign of tubes- M I 1 . V. n 1. r. .1 Cm.... nnlmal IT.nHa aa culoslB lias ever ueen iuuuu m mo hoi u. utdw b well as registered. Is rich In the blood of the De Kol family. All cows and heifers ore heavy milkers. DESCRIPTION OF REGISTERED STOCK. Stanhope Netherland Statesman, herd bull, Is double grandson of Lunde Oregon De Kol, who sired six A. R. O. daughters. Inka Frances De Kol, cow, age 9 years, daughter of Lunde Ore gon De Kol. . . Inka Grace of Wayne 2d, cow, age 8 years, daughter of Lunde Oregon De Kol. WUdy Helen Gerbon, cow, age 9 years. Iuka Grace of Wayne 3d, heifer, dropped July 6, 1913, daughter of Stanhope Netherland Statesman. .,., Inka Frances De Kol 2d, heifer, dropped Jan. 6, 1916, daughter of Stanhope Netherland Statesman. ...'.,. ., Wlldy Helen Statesman, heifer, dropped July 2, 1914, daughter of Stanhope Netherland Statesman B REGISTERED BULLS CONSIGNED BY P. A. FRAKES OP LAKESIDE STOCK FARM. Lunde Trltomla Mutual De Kol. Sire Oregon Lunde Chloe Mech thllde Dam Trltomla Queen, Grandson of Lunde Oregon De Kol. Prince Segls Korndyke De Kol. Born Nov. 30. 1907. Average 7-day record of dam, .milk 676 lbs., butter 81.41 lbs., per cent f0t Glencoe Chief dropped March 24, 1914. Sire Oregon Lunde Chloe Mechthllde. Dam Glencoe Lady 2d, Grandson of Lunde Ore- "oegon'pontlao Homestead. Born April 30. 1914." Sire King Segls Pontlao 13th. whose grandam was Pontlae Clothilde De Kol 2df who made a semi-official record butter 1271.61 lbs., milk 25,318 lbencoeenpofac' Segls. Born' July 1, 1914. Also son of King Segls Pontlao 13th. Dam Glencoe Lady 4th. ALL THESE BTJLL8 HAVE BEEN TUBERCULIN TESTED AND CERTIFICATE OF HEALTH GOES WITH EACH. " Terms Cosh, unless otherwise arranged for. Time will be given on bankable notes. Sale Rain or Shine, Free Lunch at Noon. Owners, J. W. Pomeroy, P. A. Frokee, Scappoose Oregon. DeLaval Separator, Cooler and Dairy Equipment also for Sale, COL J. W. HUGHES, Auctioneer BEFORE PARTING I with your MONEY in buyiug REAL ESTATE secure a Complete Abstract from the Columbia County Abstract Company GEO. H. SHINN President l R. RUTHERFORD Secretary Which is prepared and equipped to turn out First Class Work. This will save . you annoyance and expense afterwards. Work Done at Less Than Portland Prices The Only Complete Abstract System in Columbia County, Oregon Columbia County Abstract Co. T ST. HELENS, OREGON Auto Troubles respond quickly and inexpensively to our treatmen-. If your car rattles, or does not run smoothly, or jars, or makes too much noise, IT IS TIME TO BRING IT TO US if you want it to last. A dollar or two spent on that car today may save you ten tomorrow, and that is an INDISPUTABLE FACT. Gasoline 16 Centa. Marina Engine Repairing. CITY GARAGE St. Helens. OE 010111 A U iometning uooa g Exo A delicate deodorant for destroying the odor of perspiration and keeping the body sweet. 25c Tube. STEARNS PEROXIDE CREAM Oxygenated. This cream Is a delightfully perfumed, cooling, soothing and refreshing ekln tonic for the complexion. 25c Jar. - PLAZA PHARMACY THE REXALL STORE M Phone IOO ST. HELENS, ORE. M All Work Guaranteed. Estimates Furnished. R. CONSTANTIN PLUMBING, HEATING, SHEET METAL WORK. St. Helens Oregon Fourth Annual Columbia County Fair TO BE HELD SEPT. 22-23-24, 1915 Premium Lists will be sent on application to ' G. L. Tarbell, Prest., Yankton, or J. H. Southard, Sec'y, St. Helens.