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8. r. & S. TIME TABLE.
South Bound. Rainier Local 8:00a.m. 11:03 a.m. 8:27 p. m. 8:43 p. m. North Bound. Rainier Local 9:09 a.m. 1:33 p. m. 6:18 p. m. 7:06 p. m. I MIST MISTINGS J Lunch at Mason's. Fancy Box Candy at Mason's. . H. F. McCormlck spent Tuesday in Astoria. Born, February 9, to Mrs. N. St. Jaques, a son. Meet your friends at the Royal Confectionery. Chaa. John was a business visitor to Kalama Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Muckle spent Sunday In Portland. Dressmaking, room 9, Bank build lng. Mrs. E. O. Hibbs. 3t Don't forget that the St. Helens dairy wants to please you. Phone 107 Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Barnett spent Sunday in Rainier, visiting relatives. If you want milk that is absolutely pure, buy it of the Sunny Brook Dairy. Mrs. Jack Stacy of Rainier, was a guest at the A. F. Barnett home Saturday. Royal Candy Kitchen and Confec tionery. The best of Hot and Cold Drinks. Mrs. M. Parker and two children, from San Francisco, are visiting her sister, Mrs. L. D. Weeks. Royal Candy Kitchen for pure, home-made Candies, made in good old St. Helens. Geo. Brinn has a force of workmen repairing the building lately vacated by the Club Cigar store. Mrs. Ernest Younger of Portland, is visiting at the home of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Dart. Mrs. E. H. Flagg of Warrenton, is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. D. W. Richardson, this week. On account of delay in the progress of work on the big ships at the yards, part of the force worked Sunday. Follow the crowd and go to the Royal for the best of Cand.es, Cigars, Tobacco, Fruits, Nuts and Drinks of all kinds. The stars and stripes swung to the breeze on the court house flagstaff Saturday in honor of Lincoln's birth day. Mrs. Bishop Moorhead arrived Wednesday evening to Join her hus band, who is holding down a Job at the shipbuilding plant. Saturday was pay day and while the month was a short one on account of weather conditions, the boys all bad money Jingling in their pockets. S. C. Knighton of Houllon, who was injured six weeks ago by falling on the ice, la Improved somewhat, and is able to be oat. He is almost 70 years of age. M. Murray has started an auto line to Portland. The auto will leave here daily at 10:30 a. m., and will leave Portland at 3 p. m., arriving here at 5:15 p. m. The big red Rai nier auto will be used. John Ramsey is making prepara tions to build an addition to the rear of his building for the use of the Royal Confectionery. The confec tionery requires more room for manu facturing purposes and also for a rest room. Lunch at Mason's. Mrs. Doleshal was shopping in Portland Saturday. Mrs. James Ellison spent the week end lu Portland. Miss Elizabeth Philip spent the week end in Portland. Mrs. Hansen was transacting busi ness in Portland Saturday. Walter Puiliam of Clatskanio, spent Tuesday in this city. The ladies of the Guild will give a tea February 29th. Everybody in vited. Call the Sunny Brook Dairy and order your cream and milk. Phone 106-5. Albert Hattan of Oregon City, is visiting at the home of R. S. Hattan this week. The Hat Shop has gone out of business and has vacated the room In the Masonic block. Attorney McBrlde of Portland, transacted business in this city a couple of days this week. Mrs. M. J. Rutherford has been quite ill tor the past week, but is much improved at this writing. Born, February 11, to Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Ross, a son. The doctor is stepping pretty high these days. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Strong and daughter, Gladys, of Roseburg, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Baker. ' Mr. McCoy and Miss McCoy of Forest Grove, spent tlio week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McCoy. The Congregational Ladies' Aid will serve dinner at noon and supper from 6 to 7 at Guild hall, Saturday, March 4th. Martin White held down the as sessor's office this week during the absence of Mr. Blakesley. Martin is the man who knows how. Mrs. M. E. Miller ro'.urned home Sunday evening from Pendleton, where she has been for the past two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Burges. C. E. DeGraff of Scappoose,. was transacting business in this city Tuesday. He reports but little dam ago in orchards from the silver thaw. The river has been pretty high dur ing the past week but 1b falling now. Great quantities of ice, timber and drift have passed on down to the sea. Undertaker E. A. Ross was a pas senger for Scappoose on the 4 o'hlock train Tuesday, being called there to take charge of the remains of Julia C. Bergstrom. Mrs. James Low of Rainier, died at her home in that city February 14th. Mrs. Low has been a resident of this county for tho past thirty years. She leaves three daughters and five sons. The Jetty light across the river was dislodged and knocked out by float ing ice and also a number of piling. The channel light on Deer Island has also been destroyed. The government has been notified of the loss. Chas. L. Wheeler, who handles the Portland end of the land department of the St. Helens Lumber Co., was in this city Saturday. He was accom panied by John Martin, who has in vested in the Yankton logged-off tract. The Eastern Star held its regular meeting Saturday evening, which wa-i followed by a banquet. A brief pro gram devoted to Lincoln's birthday, wag listened to with interest. Games followed and the members were so Interested and were having such a good time that they came near break ing a hole in Sunday. Mrs. Thompson was a Tortland vis itor Saturday. Mrs. J. W. Allen was shopping In Portland Saturday. Wm. M. Ross transacted bUHlnea In Portland Saturday. Mrs. Bird Clarke of Yankton, was a St. Helens visitor Saturday. Miss Alma Payton of Clutskiinlc, was among the Portland visitors Sat urday. Prof. J. D. Breliaut and wife of Houlton, were Portland visitors Sat urday. Miss Margaret Rankin and Miss Helen Duub Bpent the week end in Portland. Mrs. Margaret Kerns, principal of Deer Island schools, was a visitor to this city Saturday. Miss Alice Quick spent Sunday in Portland as the gueut of her sister, Miss Anna Quick. Mrs. Isbister was a Portlund vis itor Tuesday. Her niece, MIkh Lil lian McKlnley, came home with Iter for a brief visit. Friends of Mrs. Mary Farnsworth will be sorry to hear that she is seri ously ill in the Portland Surgical hospital, Portlund. C. S. Ruhl, who was stricken with paralysis, returned home from Port land Sunday, where he has been In the hospital ono month. Ho Is much improved in health. Ho nays lie hopes to be on the streets of St. Hel ens soon. Tho family of Frank RubsoII, mas ter mechanic at the mill, arrived from the east this week and are located in tho Wellington cottage. Tho family I consists of a grown son, a boy and two girls. C. W. Blakesley attended the state assessor's convention, which was held In Salem this week. Nearly every county in the state was represented and the meeting was a very success ful one. State uniformity of values and uniform blanks will result from this exchange of experience and ideas. Miss Lillian Manny of Scappoose, Miss Mary Dahlgren and Miss Mary Thomas of Warren, all school teach ers, were Portland visitors Saturday, of the supply. The big ships, how ever, arrived on schedule time al most, and Boon had their cargos In place. If the work on the repairs progresses as expected, the whistle will roar its welcome next Monday morning. The yards of the big mill aro about as low down in the amount of lumber on hand as It has been for awo years. The snow storm caused a shut down of several days, which was followed by a shut down of two weeks for re pairs, accounts for the low condition Dahlgren were Portland visitors Sat urday. Alt Uulirlt'loon Is at homo attni" He has been working l" Portland the pa?t year. Mr. Iloshen of Portland, was guest of Mr. niul Mrs. John Parry over Sunday. Tlio roads are had slnco tho snow Is gone, as the mail carrier and truck men realize. Miss Zella Hemline went to Port land Thursday morning l vlMlt 1,,,r sister, Mrs. Kd Dunnes. Miss Gladys Dimton of Portland, visited her brother, W. I.. Ihinton and family Sunday and Monday. l.lttlo Porter Loonils was quite ill Wednesday. Ir. Kdwln Hobs attend ed hint. Do Is much bettor. St. Valentino Invaded tho school Monday. The pupils enjoyed u musical program In the afternoon. Tho licdnicn and Woodmen lodges entertained their fumllles Saturday evening with u Joint debute, program and oyster supper. Joo Krlckson, Jr., underwent an operation In tho St. Vincent hospital In Portland Tuesday. Do Is reported to be improving. Mr. llaker of the Warren hotel, has served meals to between 24 to till linemen the past ten days. The men expect to linlsh temporarily the work on tho through lines here this week. XOTM'K !' AITOIXTMKXT OK Al- MINIHTUATHH'KH In the mutter of tho estnte of t'uth hert Slump, deceased. Notice Is here by given that tho undersigned have been appointed by the County Court of the State of Oregon for Columbia County to net ns administratrices of the estate of- Cuthbert Htump, de feased; that they have duly qualified for such trust, uud thai all claims against said estate must be presented to the undersigned duly verified as roc ii I red by law within six months from the dute hereof ul the office of the Couuty Clerk of CoWit ty. in tho Court boU Tg V Oregon. l Htk llllliul i ? llth"n7yo-rKbruryPUA11 MAMIB A. HTKKj i i PAUL1NK HAXT0N trainees. ' ,or lst publication, March St. Helen, dairy wanti and cronm orders. Phuns loj aaJ HAVE A HEART Want to Buy from Owner Five or ten acres of land with no buildings Write Cornelius, lieaverton. Ore. 'Jt WARREN. Everybody 1b enjoying the good weather. Mr. Parry, made a business trip to Portland Tuesday. Fred Boesel went to Portland on business Wednesday. Lou Puzey Is working on the tel ephone line in St. Helens. Remember the band entertainment Friday evening, Feb. 25th. K. F. Larson and duughter, Lily, went to Portland Saturday. Mr. Anderson, a friend of C. J. Larson, is here looking for a location. MIbs Hulda Gabrlelson returned to Portland Monday to stay with her sister. Miss Mary Thomas spent Saturday and Sunday visiting friends in Port land. Mrs. C. O. Dahlgren and Miss Mary TRADE IN ST. HELENS WATCH i ! I THE TOGGERY GROW OUR GUARANTEE GOES WITH EVERY ARTICLE w-E- UDYASSSL. Men's Furnishings m itnutti "W K AIM TO Pl.KASK" T Charlie Chaplin in "WOltK" lll l.l N IIOIMIS in il thrilling railroad drama. :t-a t I cat m e Drama, Slurring I lt.WKIi: MAXX, iii "Vonir "Iiii.i.ik iti:i:vi.H" In a Comedy THINK OF Till': MOXI'.Y TUESDAY EVENING "kf.i.n; TKiiirxE" The latest iipwh In piiiureH, come dies and dramas, too. A Thrilling feature, ; ,,tH "JIM wi:st, ;Mnu:ir HID.XKY lUtlttV Hill iiiiear In a good comeily EM IHSDAY AND FY "IIIIOKKX COIN" and a reels of comedy I SHOW NEW PICTURES SUNDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURS DAY AND SATURDAY Children's Malinen Saturday, It p. in. Two reels frw fur those under 12, over I a, 5 cent. We want to co-operate (villi you in showing pictures. Ai (, know your likes and dislikes in pictures. Thank you. She itnUlU "WK AIM TO Pl.KASi;" X X X Don't spend your money out of town. When you go out of town to buy you don't know what you are Retting, We are ready to supply your every want in Staple and Fancy Gro ceries. Quality is our motto. Williams & Hall Co. THE "RED RIBBON STORE." I'F.KSOXAI, ATTF.XTIoX COUKTKOtH THKATMKXT i- WHEN A YOUNG LADY LOSES HER M You run generally find It on a man's ulioulder. j If you unlit Hie young lady hi put lira- head on row m der, In? Hiiro to have an attractive klinulder. Tim shokWi our roHtM III mig and true to tlio form, anil irlve o t attractive nxaraiir. j J. F. RYAN MKIU HAXT TA 1 1-4)11 Ht. Helen Oretriiit l-OWKST Pltlf'KH ALWAY8 HKJIIKNT OtAW JAS. MUCKLE SOfl "Good, of Quality" New Spring Arrivals ofj DRESS GINGHAMS j Large and choice variety of patterns to select' your material for summer house dresses, apron ! children's dresses, etc. Colors exceptionally good, and you will find thtm fast when tested by washing These goods are marked especially low, consider the weight, color and material. . j I L Price per yard 1 2HC FISH OYSTERS POULTRY BUTTERMILK AND CREAM CLAMS, CRABS SALT AND CURED FISH Asm W. lUaiCNH M.IKKKT Phono 4a ,.,, V T S- . HOXM:,AM,, Pro,, Kitchen Cabinets, fr. $10.00 up. 1 t Kitchen Treasury from $5.00 up. Kitchen Tables, ftj $1.50 up. I MADE l( OREGON, FURNITURE UNDERTAKE'