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ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1915.
5 NEWSY NEWS i 8. P. & 8. TIME TABLE. South Bound. Rainier Local 7: 53 a.m. 11:06 a. m. Rainier Local 8:49 p.m. 7:39 p. m. North Bound. 8:14 a.m. Rainier Local 1:58 p.m. Rainier Local 6:45 p.m. C. H. John spent the week In Port land. L. C. Chase spent Sunday In Ka lania. Miss Clara Ketel spent Monday In Portland. Miss Lou Crouse spent Saturnay in Portland. Watch Noah's Ark windows for the next big special. Come Bee the "Tall Man" at the Guild hall tonight. Geo. Vogel of Rainier, was a bus! ness visitor here Saturday. Noah's Ark is cleaning up on Mil linery prices cut to pieces. Wm. Simmons of Rainier, was a business visitor here Wednesday. If you need Bilverware, come to Noah's Ark. Don't mention the price. Mrs. W. C. Cooper visited with rel atives in Portland, several days last week. ' Mr 3. Lena Quick of Balston, is vis iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E B. Quick. Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Dinham and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Stone spent Sun day In Portland. Newton Perry, a merchant of Houl ton, was a pleasant caller at this, offihe Monday. Mrs. J. W. Van Natta and Mrs. S M. Cade of Warren, were in town shopping Wednesday. Mrs. Serena Morton of Portland, is visiting at the home of her son, S. C. Morton, this week. Harland Turner spent the week end at Gresham, visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Turner. The poster displayed Saturday an nouncing the foolball .game Kalama vs. St. Helens displayed a good deal of skill. The cartoons were catchy and realistic. Miss Ella Rosenthal visited rel atives in Portland this week. Frank Ililey was in Portland Sat urday and Sunday visiting his father. Mrs. J. II. Quinn Is visiting her sou and daughter-in-law in Seattle. They have a new baby. Mrs. Geo. Moeck, Sr., and Miss Elizabeth Moeck of Rainier, spent Tuesday visiting friends. V. W. Williams, formerly of this place, but now of Ilwaco, was a bus iness visitor here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Blakesley, ac companied by Mrs. Clyde Sutherland, motored to Portland Saturday. Chas. Muckle, accompanied by Miss Amy George and E. A. Rotger, mo tored to Portland Wednesday. Miss Ruby Hummerstroiu of Port land, Bpeut the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Doming. Mrs. J. S. Alien has been quite sick during the past week. She lt considerably improved at this writ ing. : Mr. and Mrs. H. P. McCormlck left Saturday evening for San Francisco. They expect to be gone about two weeks. Mrs. L. L. Baker returned home from the East Saturday evening.' Mrs Baker has been gone for the past three months. The ladies of the Guild will meet Wednesday, November 3, at the Guild hall, to sew bandages for the soldiers. Everyone invited. Walden Dillard spent the week end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dillard. ' Walden Is at tending Pacific University at Forest Grove. Sheriff Stanwood made a trip to Washington county Wednesday to make an arrest. He found the party "spotted" was the wrong man, al though the namo was the same. M. F. Robinett of Whitley county, Indiana, has been spending some time as the guest of his brother, D. M. Robinett of Yankton. He visited California also, but is much more taken with Oregon. Percy George, accompanied by Miss Lulo George, Miss Totta Fleck and Miss Hewitt, motored down from Cleaning Dp On MILLINERY EVERY HAT MUST GO REGARDLESS OF PRICE. $3.00 and $4.04) Velvet Shaies, all of them the very latent style and of excellent quality, on sale $1.50 and $2.00 each. SALE IS NOW ON We have sold our first big order of ladies' and children's under wear and now have a new supply. We have sold more than we ex pected to sell j the price and quality must surely be right. We know we ran save you money on underweur. JUST ARRIVED 12 dozen pieces high grade blue and white granite, 17-quart dish pans, 8-quart tea kettles, covered Berlin kettles, etc., any piece worth from 35c to $1.00. I will sell the whole lot in a one day fqiecial at 21c each. WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR THE DATE We continue to sell 12 e Outing Flannel for 10c, and 00c Serge for 40c. For boys and girls. Cut rny advertisement out of the St Helens Mist each week between this issue and Nov. 5th, and bring to our siore. Contest closes Monday, 8 p. m., Nov. 8th. $1.00 for first, 50c for second prize. Kids, get busy with your mothers' scissors and win a dollar. SAVE YOUR TICKETS For every $15.00 worth of rash purchases we give 50c in trade free. DOUBLE TICKETS EVEItV SATURDAY. WATCH OUR WINDOWS NOAH'S ARK ST. HELENS' 5c and 10c STORE. FLOUR IS GOING UP BUT AS USUAL WE PROTECT OUR CUSTOMERS FOR 30 DAYS ONLY WE WILL SELL White Bear Hardwheat Flour as $1.25 per sack WE BUY AND SELL FOR LESS A. S. HARRISON & CO, ST. HELENS LEADING MERC'II ANTS. Portland and spent the week end at the home ' of ' Mr. and Mrs. A. II. George. W. M. Ross transacted business in Portland Thursday. A. S. Harrison transacted business in Portland Wednesday. China pheusunts cannot bo law fully killed after one week from Sunday. Chas. Muckle has had a neat gar age erected In tho rear of his residence. Geo. H. Shlnn has had a cement walk built from the sidewalk to hit fine new residence. R. Constnntln moved his stock of plumbing goods into his new quar ters In the Hewitt building Thurs day. Mrs. E. A. Laws attended the county Sunday bcIiooI convention at Clatskanie, representing the M. E. school ut this placo. The President bus designated Thursday, the 25th day of November, as tho date for National thunksgtv Ing. Get your turkey ready. Von A. Gray was In Portland Thursday, when he purchased a new Hoor show cuso, which will bo used for the dlspluy of silverware. Geo. M. Mcllrlilo of Portland, slate senator for this district, transacted business hero Monday. Ho Is attor ney for tho St. Helens Mill Co. County Superintendent Allen left Tuesday for McMlnuvlllo to attend the county institute at that place. Hp was assigned a number on the pro gram. Ducks are reported rather scarce on account of lack of water In the marshes. The fall rains, however, are now duo and liable to como at any time. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Grimes and Mrs. Thomas Cox from Wisconsin, arrived Tliursduy to visit tho Ross family. Mrs. Grimes is a Bister of the Kokk brothers. A new cement sidewalk has boon put down on tho south Bldo of the Brinn building. This finishes a ce ment walk on the south sldo of the entire block. The Creamery Manufacturing coin puny, a $4,000,000 corporation, with headquarters at Chicago, was issued a certificate of permission to do busi ness in Oregon The heulth talk lust Saturday, given by Miss Hitchcock of the North west Vlavl Co. of Portland, was well attended, considering tho weather, and was enjoyed by all. S. L. M00rl1er.1l, Jr., son of the editor of the Mist, arrived here Tuesday from Southern Oregon, whero he has been with tho V. S. zoological survey during tho past season. Ho will en'cr High School it this place. Dan Kellaher, a prominent grocer of Portland, and also a member of the state senate from Multnomah county, was fined $25.00 for violating the Sunday closing law. Dun is a fighter, hut he came out second best In his clash with tho state. - Judge George Noland of tho 13th ludtcial district, ded of apoplexy Vrlday, while driving in an auto In Klamath Falls, his home. Ilo was rormerly a resident of Astoria. I). V. Kuykendull has been appointed by Cov. Wlthycombe to succeed him. Avlutor Stromer, who was here during fair week, has organized nn aerial Jitney and has incorporated at Olympia for $250,000, authorizing the company to carry passengers and freight by aeroplane. Clam chowder supper at the M. K. church this (Friday) evening, given by Messrs. Fullerton, White and Stone. This is one of those suppers when the ladles can enjoy the pleas ure of being served by tho men. Sup per 25c, but you will feel llko pay ing more, Mr. and Mrs. W. Aiken entertained Thursday evening at her home, in honor of little Dorothy Aiken, the event being her birthday. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McCoy, Miss Week, MIbs Elizabeth Philip, Miss Annie Quick and Dorothy Aiken. Miss Elizabeth Philip entertained Wednesday evening at her home, with a dinner purty, In honor of Mrs. Minnie Doleshal, tho event being the anniversary of her birth. Covers were laid for: Mrs. Minnie Doleshal, Miss Weed, Mrs. Richardson, Mr. Philip and the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ross entertain ed Friday evening with a dinner party. The guests present besides tho host and hostess were: MIhr Weed, Miss Elslo Philip, Miss Eliza beth Philip, Mrs. Minnie Doleshal, Mrs. Richardson and Harold Ross. The Congregational Ladles' Aid will hold Its customary Thanksgiving sale of mince meat, puddings, etc., Just previous to Thanksgiving day. and is also preparing for Its annual Christmas sale of fine needlework, rugs, aprons, etc., which will be hold early in December. Mrs. Ed Olson was arrested Wed nesday by Marshal Chlttlm, charged with assault, on complaint of Mrs. E. Polls. According to the evidence ono was about as much at fault as the other. However, Mrs. Olsen plead guilty and Recorder. Quick as sessed her a fine of $5.00 and held the fine in obeyance pending good be havlor. CHURCHES. Congregational Church, in 1,1 itiiilo school: It a. m., "THE PAHAHI.K OF TUB RUSTY HOII.ING POT." It Is one thing 10 i niw.riv in il.i what wo will und another thing to bo tied up to do what we must. 6:3 p. m , immi" Endeavor; Lester Lake, leader. 7:30 ,,. m., "UEMGION IN WINTER." John Foster, Ph. 1I H. !, pastor, M. K. Church. Sunday school 10 a, m.; preaching 11 a. m theme: Tho Kingdom of Heaven Llko Unto I.euven. Kpworth League, 0:30 p. in.; evening service, 7:30 p. 111., tlituuo: Tho Outside of the Cup. Kvrryono will find a cordial welcome hero. F. N. Samllfur, pus-to.-. TO EDUCATE PRISONERS, Warden John W. Mluto of the state penitentiary and tho state hoard of control tiro now coluborat lug on a plan to establish tin cducu tliinul system nt the state prison similar to that which has been Insti tuted nt Ban Quontln 11 ml other lead ing penal Institutions of the country Governor Wllhyctunbo lias had this In mind sinco his Inauguration nud his secretary, George Palmer Put nam, returned from San Qiieutln only a few weeks ago alter making a study of tho system there. A tentative plan Is to make the old foundry building into a class loom und allow educated prisoners to become Instructors. An effort will bo made to enlist the assistance of the University of Oregon nud Oregon Agricultural College through their extension departments. Not only the essentials of educa tion will bo taught, but ultimately it Is planned to givo the prisoners professional and - business training. Frank Davey, clerk of the peniten tiary, will be chosen to have super vision of the work. "X Dr. Lowe will bo in St. Helens Nov. 11; Rainier, Nov. 12; C'latHkanle, Nov. 13. Don't fall to have 111 111 tent your eyes for glasses. The big bridge across thn Willam ette river nt Salem has been con demned. The bridge was built Joint ly by Marlon and folk coiiiillfs and the cost of a new bridge will there fore be shared by the two counties. WARREN. Grandma lluk:r is belter. Mrs. Tar bell's Improvement la slow. Somn 11 ro (.lowing but tho ground In still very dry. Mr. rnd Mrs, Ed Harms and son, Raymond, are onjuyltir; their new niitiMiioblb. Thn hum of woodnaws mingles with the smoke of burning potato nea Unco days. Not Icon bavo been posted for a school meeting Nov. S7th, for the purpose of levying a special tax. Mr. iHititun and family enjoyed a visit Thursday from his father, moth er and brother, who motored down fro 111 Moltr.llu. Thoy woro accoin panted by Mr, and Mrs. Johnson, former Kansas neighbors, who are on 1 heir way to tho California fairs. For Rent 130 acre farm, twii miles from llttaverton; one lulle from ilectrlc car linn station; 40 acres of tood, tillable land, 00 acres In pus '.lire mill Umber. A great bargain a; $250 per year. See St. Helens lm provemenl Co. 6-tf. o rircult C0urt of 1 1 Helmut. , Uuiitt . In tho OrHiriin man, dor.mda.u. TV M, tle above niu,., UJ? '0, Rs," name of the H.ut ofti 1,. hereby Mnulrej ,0 K llio complaint filed ZX.'" nnovo entitled Coiiri n 10th day omCi YH; Is six weeks trtr "U. October. 11B."K d.'hS' the first publication of. If you fall to u , IZ ' """""" a Plaintiff will .wfE" the relief prny, trS Jh Cowtj to-w.t: fo?.Lcr,;r S .ft ftfc matrimony now exlstis. Plaintiff and d.f.j dlimolved. and that plan.i7Lfaf ed the caro. cuhIo.i, b, the minor lUMSi J tit lira tt ih ..1 A. Lit mnde Mai.No,l t October, 1915 lMUdi,t W. A, IIAKIU8. Attorney, (ur Pfc. !' t publication, Oct 29 i,T Ut publication, Dec, i0)' J, It Is to be hoped that the big dailies will soon have President Wilson mar ried. It looks like the coming event might be switched from the front page, but tho real interesting anil most Important event will he how j thn bride was dressed. Wish they j would hurry up so we run get n j whack nt the greasers of Mexico or I make old Kngluiid and dor Kaiser j shut up. Wo ure In favor of peace JAS. MUCKLE 4 SON "Goods of Quality" Watch our ad for $ Day Bargains ATTRACTIVE LINENS for early holiday shoppers. The present market for linens is on a high lev el with indications that prices will further ad vancc, owing to the war and a Hhortae in the production of flax. Wc have some attractive patterns in table linens,, napkins, towels, etc., and the prices of these will remain the same while they last. This is an excellent opportunity for you to save money on your holiday linens. If we hnvo to fight for It. Ilecauso of the accumulation of freight at Uulvexlon for shipment to Atlantic const points the Hotilliuru Pacific company for a short time hits placed nn embargo on freight to be shipped by that route and will not accept shell shipments. No embargo has been placed on west, hound business. com .T I A HEATRE SPECIAL PROGRAM Coming Monday The Hewitt Company of Knter tnlners in Hinging, Dancing, . cdy and Magic. Also Moving Plci. ures, the )(.Ht to lie hud. Don't miss this big sin. iv. Kvery Friday nlg,t, Kdiiciitloii. l XlKbt. Ileitiitifully Cor,.c Scenic Anliiml and Travel Pii U ures. A ut,0 ww.ky ,.. (, cartoon romcily. il it Drifted Snow Flour Hour of the nourishing kind. Following our custom of giving our customers the wr best to bo bad, we have after a careful Investigation, se cured ono of the best products on tho market, one width has curried away the highest awards this year at tbo Punnma-l'acltlo exposition the DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR EVERY SACK GUARANTEED. When ordering flour or other groceries at this store jot can depend on prompt and courteous service, quick -de-Ivories and dependable goods all real class. WILLIAMS & HALL "RED RIBBON STORE." TRY OUR WANT ADS Wanted To oxcliango Portland property for unimproved cheap farm 055 Tacoma avn., Portland, land. Ore. 11,.? 0,r.Sul.VT70n 0lT c,,lor f" Wood Holstoln bull, two years old1 19 Heifer Calves and two ywir ,,,;. a from good milk stock; will sell a 1 or Orego.tl,em- E' E' W,rt- 8'1' Org.-.n for nulo or trado for heifer two yor.rs or over that gives milk or is coming in soon. Organ, 40 T U. Lott, St. Helens. ' 42.'lf Lots In restricted district t,ni river 20 and 1250 each nar " J- II. CIODFRKY. For Rule Fresh milch cows young pigs and shoals. (; j. Lar Warra i, Ore. urson, Wry plVi'Tnt. eac'ftnT uuce Co., St. Helens. MchlDtf Wanted Fresh Cows We will bnv your fresh cows If test u sat"r ct ory, or sell you one Wriin n, i never mn9rmiZrtS: MchOtf 7 - ANNOUNCKMKNT Tho following prlcoa f. 0. b. Detroit, effective Aug. 2, 1B16: Ford Itunnbout flllMI.OO Foul Touring 'r 4 IO.IM) Ford Town Car 010.00 No spoedomotor Included in tills yoar's equipment, olhorwlse car fully equipped. Tlioro enn bo no assurance given against an advance In these prlcoB at any time. We guarantee, how nver, that thore will be no reduction In these prlcoi prior to Aug. 1, 1916, Anyone can understand and operate a Ford car. Extremely simple, yet absolutely scien tific in every detail. No need of a skilled me chanic to keep your Ford running. Each own er looks after it himself. Doctors, farmers, business men, men in every walk of life, enjoy Ford service and economy, for a Ford costs, on the average, but two cents a mile to operate and maintain. IM1.;PKNIF.NT AUTO (UIlAtJK, Ht. Helens, Oi