ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, APRIL 30. 1915
MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL
NEXT MONDAY NIGHT. F 1
Public School and Other IakixI Talent
In Splendid .Musical.
Dr. Emll Enna wishes to announce
that the music festival which will
take place next Monday evening, May
3rd, will commence at 8 o'clock. Tho
doors will open for tho public at
7:45. There will be no admission
charged. Miss Mildred Crawford, the
talented child pianist from Portland,
will be one of the soloists of the even
ing, and, besides the students of the
publio schools here, a delegation of
35 will come from Houlton. Any per
son Interested In music is Invited.
The festival will take "place in the
city hall. Following is the program:
Mrs. L. R. Rutherford. soDrano:
Mrs. C. M. Sandifur, soprano; Miss
Leona Perkins, alto; Mrs. Wilbur
Dr. A. C. Tucker, baritone; Miss
Mildred Crawford, pianist, and La
Bare's orchestra. Dr. Einll Enna,
'Tis Our Festival Day Forman
May Morning Denza
Mrs. L. R. Rutherford.
Old Folks at Home Foster
Battle Hymn of the Republic.
Hungarian Rhapsodie No. 2 -. . .Liszt
Miss Mildred Crawford.
A Son of the Desert Am I . . . .Foote
Dr. A. C. Tucker.
Voices of the Woods
Lullaby from "Erminic" .' Jacobowski
Mrs. Rutherford, Mrs. Sandifer, Miss
Perkins and Mrs. Muckle.
Love's Old, Sweet Song Molley
STRAY HORSE SALE.
MhikIihI Will Sell Tukcn.nn
Auiiiml Next Wednesday.
Episcopal Church. ' City
Regular services will be held next
Sunday evenlUK at the Episcopal
church in this city. Rev. Mr. Brock.1
Sunday nt the M. K. Church.
Sunday School 10 a. in. Lesson, fi . , k , t, Btlt,rnoon. at tho
"Saul Tries to Kill David." Preach- "V " , ,,, ,. i n,
The cltv marshal of St. Helens has
I had a stray horse tu the pouud here
for over two weeks, and the animal
I will be sold next Wednesday, May 6,
I Personal News J
Frank Thorp spent Wednesday in
M. Rosenthal was a Portland visi
Senator Geo. M. Mcltrlde of Tort
land, was in this city Tuesday.
Miss Anna Quick and Mrs. Ilessie
Peters spent last Friday in Portland.
J. II. Collins of Halnier, was a
guest in this city last Friday evenin?.
Miss Amy George and Mrs. H. F.
McCormick were in Portland Tues
Mrs. II. E. Lallare and daughter,
Edra, were Portland visitors last
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woods of this
city, arrived home today from Cali
fornia. .T. K T.lovd Hitd wife nf fleer Isl-1
and. were sliopplug in the county seat as a possible candidate for tho BU( orJr of gu lliHlluj 0t f the
ALL YOU NEED
IS THE DESIRE
ing 11 a. m., theme: "Growing in
Grace." Epwortli League 7 p. m.
Evening sermon 8 p. m, theme:
"The Lure of the Wild." There will
be reception of membors at
morning service. Everyone will en
joy the congenial atmosphere at the
M. E. church. Good special music.
F. N. Sandifur, pastor j
Congregational Church. '
Rev. John Foster of Sherwood,
Oregon, will occupy the pulpit at
both services next Sunday, 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Mr. Foster is com-
hlghost bidder. The animul is dark
buy, black tail uud mane, about eight
years old. weighs about H00, has
jjY white hind feet and a whito star in
" NOTICE OK SHERIFF'S HALE. I
WK IIAVK TIIK ItKHT.
Earl Perry of Weeks Granite Co.,
Portland, was in St. Helens Tuesday
Miss Carrie Elbertson of Portland,
spent Sunday at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. Edwin Ross.
Mrs. W. W. Hymes of Portland, Is
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
L. It. Rutherford of this city.
Mrs. L. J. Van Orshoven visited
In Portland with her sister. Miss Lulu
George, several days this week.
Attorney A. W. .Mueller and fam
ily and Mrs. Pendergust were last
Saturday and Sunday visitors in
Miss Ruby Hammerstrom of Port
land, spent the week end with Mr.
and Mrs. R. H. Rawson of the Creo
A. S. Harrison of the grocery firm
of A. S. Harrison & Co., was attend
ing to business matters in Portland
Mr. E. Shafer and daughter, Dora
Shafer, going East by the way of
In the Circuit Court of the Stuto of
Oregon, for Columbia County.;
George A. llartman plaintiff, vs. M.
J. Kinney, defendant. Notice Is
hereby given that by virtue of un
execution. Judgment order, decree
puipit ami it is nopea mat an mom- ,,ove cnlitit,d court m the above wi
pers or tne cnurcn win make a spec- Ulll,(1 riul80i to ,0 directed, and
iul effort to be present. Uible School ,,,., 2n, dav of Aurll. 1915.
HO-CENT FANCV ItlltltONH
l!.Vt 'KXT WASH TIES ;
I-Vl AUT Gl EHVHICV CAHHKHOI.F.H
in: i i n ri olahs vases
I,().SI AI.E CAMIIItIC
(H.ASS Tl'M III. EHS . . .
0 fill Oft.
CREAM t ENTKH HAKIkMADK (iKK.HlMTKN.luie
I'l lt I.VCKNT AMERICAN HTOCKINOH ARK WORTH
J.V. KVKHV PAIH (JUAUANTKEI).
convenes ut 10 a. m. Young Peo-
upon a Judgment and decree render
pies service of Christian Endeavor 0(1 cl,.ru ,,, mM Court on the
b:30 p. m. Midweek service and MU . Murc, 1915i , fllvor of
business session of the church Wed- tho )llimllrr aoorKO A. jcttrtm. and
uesday 8 p. m. Everybody is most URlllllst tno defenilant, M. J. Kinney.'
coruiuuy uivueu 10 uiijr unu iu er- ...,. ... 7Sor..78.
B and 10 Out
ices. F. J. Meyer, minister.
est thoreon nt the rate of ten per cent
per annum from the said 8th day of
March, 1915', and for the further sum
of $16.25, costs and disbursements
and the cost of and upon this writ,
commanding me to make sale of the
following described real property, to
wlt: The northwest quarter (NWVi)
of section nineteen (19); tho north
half (.NH) and the southwest quar
ter (SW1) of the southwest quar
ter (SW'4) of section nineteen (19),
also tho east half (EVj) and the
southwest quarter (SW) of the
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Morton enter- northwest quarter (NWU) of sec-
talned with a dinner party on Wed- twenty-nine (29); all in town
The ladies of tho Episcopal church
will servo supper next Wednesday
afternoon, starling at 5 o'clock. The
ladies are desirous of a large patron
age, as the funds realized will be
used for making improvements to the
Marching Through Georgia ...Work
Star Spangled Banner Kay
PUBLIC SALE OF '
High Grade Stock Will be Offered
to the Public Xext Tuesday.
Flavel, will visit Mrs. Shafer's son
in San Francisco. ' i
W. A. Miles and wife of Portland,1
were over-Sunday guests at the home
of Mrs. Miles' parents, Mr. aud Mrs
S. S. Way of Houlton.
Reese Hall, Ray Chapman, Harlie
Turner and Fred Watkins, St. Helens
baseball fans, motored to Portland to
take in the game Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Ketel of this city,
spent last Sunday at Goble, where
they were the guests of their daugh
ters. Misses Anne and Susie Ketel.
C. C. Cassett of the clerical depart
ment of the St. Helens Lumber Com
pany, was on a business mission to
Kelso and Ostrander one day this
Mrs. Thomas Isbester returned yes
terday from Hood River, where she
represented St. Helens Congregation
al church at the annual association
Sheriff Stanwood was at Rainier
and Apiary Tuesday serving sum
mons on persons drawn for Jury duty
at the May term of circuit court
which convenes on the 11th.
Percy George, Miss Lulu George,
Miss Lotta Fleek and Miss Orletta
Crouse of Portland, were guests nt
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. II
George Sunday last, in St. Helens.
Mrs. W. B. Dillard will return
tonight from a trip to Hood River
and Forest Grove. She was at the
former place in attendance upon the
annual meeting of the Congregational
UT Tl II .1 . .
order Thev were the hnqts of a larirn1 D' "u00 ,tulrB- J-ainier,
MmoVrlTVt XSl 5ar?nMA,,rnor. I;rtland' a,nd CE-
entertaining and interesting program J ,$lu " uJLt
was rendered, consisting of music, ,,1
addresses and drills, the exercises' Mrs- s- A- Campbell, wife of Rev.
being brought to a close by serving' Campbell.of Portland, a retired Meth-
aeiicious refreshments. The local i"tuci, nyeuuiug a ion aays
lodge of Odd Fellows is one of the a' the ll0me of Rev- aud M. San-
strong fraternal organiations of this' ,ur ln tllis clt-' and visiting other
There will be a public sale of regis
tered and high grade Holstein cattle
held at Scappoose next Tuesday, at
which time those interested in good
stock will be given an unusual op
portunity to acquire valuable cattle.
The stock to be offered will consist
of 48 head consigned by the Maple
wood Farm, owned by J. W. Pom-
eroy, and five head consigned by P.
A. Frakes. The sale will start at 10
o'clock eharp. Arrangements have
been made whereby all trains will
stop, including the Astoria express,
at Johnson's crossing, where the sale
will take place. Free lunch will be
served. See large announcement of
sale on another page of this paper.
Last Saturday evening the St. Hel
ens lodge of Odd Fellows held appro
priate exercises ln honor of the 96th
anniversary of the founding of the
nesday evening in honor of Mr. E.
Shafer and his daughter. Miss Dot
Shafer. The table was beautiful,
with a center piece of pausles and
forns. Mr. Shafer and Miss Shafer
were each presented with a golng
away gift. Those present were: Dr.
ship live (5) north of rango one (1)
west of tho Willamette Meridian, In
Columbia county, State of Oregon,
containing 400 acres, more or less.
Now, therefore, by vlrtuo of said exe
cution, Judgmout order, decreo and
order of sale and In compliance with
tho commands of said writ, I will on
Saturday, the 29th day of Muy, 1915,
and Mrs. L. G. Ross, Mr. Shafer, Mlas at 10 o'clock a. in., at the front door
Shafer, Miss Heilborn. Mrs. Heilburn of ,th0 'nty Court House In St.
. .. , , , Helens, Columbia county, Oregon,
and the host and hostess. , 8n at pul)llc aut.ll(mi ubJoct to ro.
Mrs. J. W. Day and Miss Mary Mc- demptlon..to tho highest bidder for
Clay entertained lust Saturday after- cash iu hand, all tho right, tit lo and
noon at Miss McClay's country home i'-10"- ulcli the within named tie
. fi.i,i. .i... i i . t. fendant had on the 12th day of May,
at Columbia tity, in honor of Miss ini . uu.e of ,
Wood, a bride-elect. Tho Interior of ,i foreclosed, or which ho has since
tho house was beautifully decorated that date acquired in aud to the
in purple lilacs and wild iris. The hvo described premises, to satisfy
afternoon was spent playing games of 8,al1 excu,tln. 'W:ment order and
,.. .... . . ,, , . .decree, Interest, costs and accruing
diflerent kinds. A deliciuus luncheon costs. E. C. STANWOOO,
was served later. Miss Gertrude Sheriff of Columbia County. Oregon. '
Wharton of Portland, and Miss Norn! Dated this 2hth day of April, 1915
McClay assisted. Those -.resent wr L . f'1"81 l8MUU' 30lh du' APr".
... u. .,UKer, .rs. J. n. aoutn- Last Issue. 2Sth dav of Mav. 19IS
ard, Mrs. A. J. Peel. Mrs. Frank I
George, Mrs. J. II. Collins, Mrs. David
Davis, Mrs. Hi Mott Allen, Mrs. A. L.
Stone, Mrs. Geo. Shinn, Miss Wood,
Mis3 Alice Quick, Miss Anna Quick,
Nora McClay, Miss Gertrudo Whar
ton. Mrs. L. G. Ross entertained Tues
day afternoon for her sister, Miss
Dora Shafer, who left for her home In
the East yesterday. Mrs. L. R. Ruth
erford and Mrs. F. N. Sandifur ren
dered vocal selections and each re
sponded with an encore, after which a For Sale -Duroc Jersey swine, reg-1 5$
aainty luncn was served. Those pres-l ""ereu pigs, cither sox. Geo. W
ent were: Mesdamos S. C. Morton ! 1 erry' loulton. Ore. Apr. 23-tf
L. R. Rutherford, W. W. Hymes of
OU can get one package of CORN PUFFS,
nerc at tins store absolutely free of charge
PUFFED WHEAT or PUFFED RICR
Ly signing and presenting Coupon that appears
in all ladies' magazines.
Effective to June 25, 1915.
A. S. HARRISON & CO.
ST. IIKLKMS LEADING GROCKKS
HOCSi: 1 OH RENT.
Large six-room house, close In;
big yard and orchard. Colum
County Abstract Co., St. Helens.
In Y.- vf-Jv.vA..v-j.--.. ......
Fresh milch cow for sulo. C. J.
Larson, Warren. Apr. 30-tf.
For Salc flood milch cow, fresh
In August; price 945. R. C. Kurth,
Yankton. Apr. 30-4t.
JAS. MUCKLE & SON
"GOODS OF QUALITY"
riioNK o. n
READY FOR ACTION.
old acquaintances ln St.
The Columbia River Packers Asso
ciation, which is represented at this
a large consignment of gasoline as a' Ber husband she will probably return
part or its preparation for the open-luultu ttllBr "e cl-ae - me exposi-
Mrs. Hi Mott Allen will leave to
morrow for San Francisco, to Join
her husband. Mrs. Allen hns been
visiting her mother, Mrs. Annie Cox,
in this city, for almost a year. With
ing of the fishing season, which will
occur tomorrow. Their storehouse
contains thirty drums of gasoline, re
ceived one day recently.
The steam schooner Daisy Gadsby
has been chartered by the McCor
mick interests to load lumber at St.
Helens for the south.
The steamer Multnomah of the Mc
Cormick fleet, arrived ln Portland to-i
day. After discharging her mlscel-'
laneous cargo she will proceed to the
Sound for a lumber cargo. I
The new steamer Wapama of the
McCormick fleet, will leave San Fran-i
Cisco tomorrow. She will probably
arrive at St. Helens Tuesday, where:
she will receive her maiden cargo of
The schooner Forest Home began
D. W. Williams of the grocery firm
of Williams & Hall Co., St. Helens,
was up from his Ilwaco home for a
day or two this week, looking after
his interests here. Mr. Williams says
he and his family are enjoying life
immensely-down by the billowy sea.
Louis Fluhrer of Mayger, was in
the county seat last Saturday. Lou
has acquired a reputation of beine
the orator of the north end of the
Portland, J. S. Allen, J. W. Allen.
Chas. Lake, H. V. Anderson, Von
Gray, W. W. Blakesley, E. Blakesley.
A. J. Deruing, J. II. Wellington, F.
N. Sandifur, Wm. Ross, Chas. Brown,
Miss Halbury and Eugenia Deming.
In the evening Dr. and Mrs. Ross
gave a farewell reception ln honor of
Mrs. Ross' father, Mr. E. Shafer
A large number of friends were de-
iigntruuy entertained during the
evening, and all Joined in expressing
their regrets upon the departure of
Mr. Shafer and his daughter for
their Eastern home. Mr. Shafer and
his daughter have made a host of
friends during their year's stay in
tins city, and all Join In wishing
them a pleasant homeward Journey
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Dillard enter-
Typewriter for Salo
as'new, at a bargain.
Cramer, St. Helens.
For Sale Ono Jersey cow, "fresh
soon; O. I. C. brood sows; seed outs.
A. L. Larson, Warren, Ore. Ml.Hf
entitled to that distinction. He had
been interviewing the individual
members of the county court, and
was about to perpetrate one of his
famous seven-hour speeches.
Mrs. Sarah Olivia Ritter passed
away at the home of her brother.
Hoion. r v,. n . f..A i -ranic H. usher, at Houlton.Wednos
ShTirtlooVnn'fZ tZrr.V evening at 6:30 o'clock, after a
lao. Pern nnH ovnoMa . ,..' -on6 "mess.
f vni wva vv c v-1 a tv aj
bdoui me lotn of May.-
A short time ago. Mrs.
Ritter came here from her home in
Centralia, Wash., hoping to be bene-
niea Dy me cnange, nut she grew
sieauuy worse, anu tne end came
before her hushnnd nnrl lirnthor
The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. Frame.
Ji. cnurcn will give a ten cent tea at where thev wro mninvii Twon
ed was born in Cedar Rapids. Iowa
in 1867, but had lived in the West
fcpworth hall, Tuesday afternoon
May 4th. Sandwiches, cake, coffee,
and tea will be served from two until
five o clock. Everybody cordially In
THE WE GO GIRLS
Tonight, Columbia Theatre, the
"We Go Comedy Company," the "Big
Olrl Show." Don't miss it. Tonight.
Admission 10 and 20 cents.
"' Unusual activity along the water
front with the fishermen indicates
their extensive preparations for the
opening of the fishing season, which
occurs tomorrow morning at 12
o'clock. Of course, there is no means
of knowing to a certainty but it
Is "generally believed" that there is
a pretty good run of fish ln the river
at this time. ,
county, and, we believe, is deservedly' tatned at their home In this city last
rriuay evening with a delightful
party 'in honor of Miss Ethel Wood,
whose engagement to Henry Butler
of Bay City, was announced recently.
The hall and two living rooms were
most tastefully decorated In yellow
scoicu broom and buttercups, while
the dining room was hung with wis
teria vines, which graceful flower
formed exquisite decorations for the
three largo tables at which supper
was served. The guest of honor,
dressed in a beautiful gown of pale
lavender chiffon over silk, presided
at the bride-elect's table, and Mrs.
A. J. Pool and Mrs. F. J. Meyer pre-
siueu at the other tables. An Inter
esting magazine guessing contest was
played during the early part of the
evening, for which H. W. White was
awarded the prize. . Those present
were: Miss Wood, Prof, and Mrs. L.
L. Baker, uncle and aunt of the brldo
elect, Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Peel, Dr. and
Mrs. Edwin Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam uosB, wr. and Mrs. J. W. Day,
ut. and Mrs. Zlpperer, Mr. and Mrs.
L. C. Chase, Rev. and Mrs. Frank
Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Collins,
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Shinn, Mrs.
C. H. Johns, Mrs. Flora Owen, Mr.
and Mrs. H. J. Southard, Mrs. Ira
Saurer, Miss Alice Quick, Miss Doro
thy John, Miss Beryl Muckle, Mrs. J.
W. Allen and H. W. Whito.
for 36 years, making her home ln
Centralia for many years. Surviving
her are her husband, eight children,
uazei, Minnie, t-rank, Floyd, Leon
ard and Mrs. Maude Keeton of Cen
tralia, and Mrs. Bertha Davies. and
Lester Ritter of Tenino, Wash. Three
brothers, A. P. Usher, F. H. Usher
and J. II. Usher, and a sister. Mrs.
Lon Smith of Happy Hollow, also
survive ner. 'tne remains were
taken to the undertaking par
lors of T. S. White,' and will
be later burled at Deer Isl
and. The bereaved family has the
heartfelt sympathy of their many
friends in this community.
For Sale Two cows, ono fresh
June 1, one milking now. II. w
Helzmever, Warren, Oro. Apr 30-2t
For Sale Six acres of land, ono
mile from St. Helens; splendid view
good soil. Address Geo. Perry, Houl
ton, Oregon. , Apr. 30-tf
I will take pstleuts for nursing at
my home or will do nursing by tho
uu. jerms reasonable. Mrs. L. I
Moffott, Houlton. Apr. 30-tf.
Eggs for Sale Setting of 16 for
l; Brown Leghorns, tho hens thai
produce the eggs and never sot. Mrs
A. T. Laws, St. HelenB. Apr 16-tf
For Sale A nuantlty of hlmuluya
berry p ants, at 4 cents each. Apply
Columbia River Canning A Pro
duce Co., St. Helens. Mchl9tf
, . , cw -lolHtoln cow. most
if V I' ,Btra'e(1 frni my place at
Rocky Point. Reward for l ,...,.
tion. Chas. Parker Rm,r.,w.
Wanted FreBli Cows -We will buy
Tour fresh rnw t ,.., i.. .
ory, or sell you ono. Write or phono
Clover Hill Farm, Doer Island. Ore-8n-
Miss Margaret Prlngle of Mist, and
Arthur Tennant of Astoria, were!
married ln Astoria April 26. '
Rich, rare and racy, sweet, Juicy
and gpicey O-so-good coffee cake.
A "Good-buy" Thirty acres of
splendid land, located ono mile from
,n' n B?od rad- one-quarter
mile from good school. Seven and
one-half acres In .cultivation, balanco
partly cleared; living water, no
buildings. Can bo hod at 197 50
per acre, $100 down, balance 25 per
month at 6 per cent. Owner must
sell Apply to St. Helens Improve
ment Co.,.St. Helens, Ore. Mcl.20-?f
ST. HELENS ROUTE
i WilUindt. Slou.h
THE PEOPLES BOAT
.nt 3nc per pair
lil til I. VIt WU.I DH AT Blk! and 7.V.
All, OIH KTOTK OF INFANTS' HO FT HOLED
KIIOI'H, KI.IITKIIS AMI MtKTAHINH KKIHTEI) Ft HI
CI.F.t RANCH. HZ H itANGE ntOM O TO 4, IN COL
ORS OK ui.l K. ..VK, WHITE ANI 1II.ACK.
On Sale this Week at 35c
Quality First Always
Williams Hall Co
Leaves Portland dally - -2-30 n m
(Sunday 1:80 p. m.)
Arrives St. Helens . . 6:00 p.-m
(Sunday 3:30 p. m.)
Leaves St. Helens - - - 6-16 a m
Arrives Portland - - - loiu a! m"
m v . H0LMAN- Agent '
Makes all way landings. Wharf font
Ahlorstreot. PhcK: 882s!
FRANK WILKINS, St Helens Agent.
SAVE THE COUPONS
OF QUAKER OATS
This week "Williams & Hall wl accept coujK.ns cut
from advertisement of the Quaker Oats Company for a
full-to ,, ko of Puffl Wheat or Puffed Hire. The
ro -lllm.N-no ol,llKutlo. lH,k for the Quaker
Oats advertlHemenU In 10 ,, nmnrAnm cut out ai,
-o..,K,n, prenent u.l. coupon to "William. A Hall" n
rocclvo a full-sl ,m,.knK0 f Qunk)r
HONESTY IS OUR POLICY.
QUALITY OUR MOTTO
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