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8 ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. MARCH 17. 1916 ,
8. P. 8. TIME TABLE.
HARD TIMES SOCIAL
South Ilound.
Rainier Local 8:00a.m.
11:03 a. m.
3:27 p. m.
North Bound.
Rainier Local
8:43 p. m.
9:09 a. m.
1:33 p. m.
6:18 p. m.
7:06 p. m.
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MIST MISTINGS
E. A. Kotger was a Portland visit
or Wednesday.
Mrs. Pan Richardson was shopping! M's Elizabeth Hiilip entertained
in Portland Saturday. I the Kpworth League at a hard times
W. E. Lidyard was a business via- i social. There were nearly :S0 niein
itor in Portland Mondry. in attendance, who from their
Mrs. S. N. llutler of Deer Island, cppearance looked like hard times,
spent Tuesday in this city. j ''ut their smiling faces belied their
Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Pern, Dr. and appearance, as they spent two and
Mrs. Kerby of Portland, visited at the: one-half hours in continuous laugh
home of Or. and Mrs. A. J. reel Sun- ter.
day. Miss llessle llattan officiated at
Mrs. H. J. Anderson took her' the piano and the evening was spent
friends, Mrs. M. F. Hazen and Mrs. I ' singing and games with candy and
Lunch at Mason's.
Fancy Box Candy at Mason's.
J. Q. Gage is at Silverton on a
business deal.
Fireman's St. Patrick's ball, March
ISth, at the gym.
J. T. Tabor transacted business in
Portland Tuesday.
You can buy the best milk and
cream at Sonuelnnd's.
The ladies of the Guild will meet
at the Guild hall March 21st.
H. O. Strom of the Strand, was a
business visitor to Portland Monday.
If you want milk that is absolutely
pure, buy it of the Sunny Brook
Dairy.
Miss Lulu Goorgo spent Sunday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
George.
Miss Mabel Berry of Woodland, is
visiting her cousin, Miss Emma
Spitnagle.
A new lot of matting just arrived.
Good quality, 25c per yard. Rg3s'
Furniture Store.
itoyai tandy Kitchen for pure,
peanuts as the prizes.
Miss Goldie llattan was easily the
most hard looking specimen among
the ladies, although the Misses Ethel
and Fay Lynch, Maude Richardson
and Ella llattan had a very hard up
appearance, and nono of the ladles
were dressed in the latest fashion.
Among the men, Mr. Nordin had
the most famished appearance, and
although he kept very diligently eat
ing cake, candy and peanuts, it was
Dizney, for an auto ride to Portland
last Friday.
Rev. Sanford Snyder, who has
charge of the M. E. church at Houl
ton, was a pleasant caller at this of
fice Wednesday.
Dr. Peel lias rented the room in the
Masonic block next door to the post-
oftice and it is being remodeled for
his convenience.
Elmer Chapman, brother of Ray
Chapman, moved his family here
from Hood River this week and will ! Impossible to tighten his waistband,
live in one of the Miles cottages. there was great room for expan-
M. M. Rultl of Salem, is the guest j sion.
of his brother, Chas. S. Ruhl. lie The proceeds of the entertainment
presented to the editor kind remem- Ku towards that new piano the
brances from our old time friend, G. ! League is going to have, and they are
C. Millet of the capital city. j going to get it soon, as whatever the
Word was received here Tuesday' bunch that met last night sets out to
of the death of Attorney W. C. Coop-! Ket, they will get.
er's son, Whitney Cooper of Seattle.
Mr. Cooper had been seriously ill for
the past month with typhoid fever,
which caused ills death.
Mrs. Ernest Dill has been enjoying
a visit from her mother, Mrs. L.
Dower, the past fortnight. Mrs.
BASE BALL SEASON
home-made Candies, made in good ; Dower will leave for her home In
old St. Helens. I Dayton, Ore., Saturday.
Alfred George of St. Johns, spent cllas- Shanks is the new candy;
Sunday visiting his parents, Mr. and j maker Bt the Royal Confectionery;
Mrs. A. H. George. a,ul L'andy Kitchen. He has lately!
Miss Delia Sherman was over from!nrrived from the east and la an e-j
Woodland last week as the euest of ; Dert at compounding delicious sweets
Miss Luima Spitnagle.
Mrs. M. A. Gage of Stafford,
Clackamas county, is the guest of her
son's family, J. Q. Gage.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tierce of
Portland, motored down Sunday and
were the guests of Mrs. McCauley.
N. J. Dupont, who has been at
work in St. Johns during the past
winter, has moved back to Houlton.
Editor Baylis of the
Rev. J. B. Murphy, pastor of the
Baptist church at Clatskanie, made
tills office a friendly call Monday, j
Rev. Murphy is an old friend and,
was located in Junction City, our'
former home. !
Manager Ballagh Is preparing for
the baseball season, which opens
hero on April 2, and the first game
being scheduled with Woodland,
Wash., which is also a member of the
Inter-city league. To represent St.
Helens, Mr. Ballagh has signed up
a very strong aggregation, which will
no doubt keep St. Helens in the
running. His latest addition Is
Catcher Jack Hayes, who has made
for himself an enviable reputation
as an all around baseball man, and a
heady catcher during his experience
at the O. A. C. at Corvallls. Leave
it to Ed, to have a good team for
St. Helens.
ADVERTISEMENTS
The St. Helens Woman's Club will NEW
serve a silver tea at Guild hall, Fri-'
day afternoon, March 17th, from 1 Thin Week
to 5 o'clock. The proceeds will be' American Express Co., city office
Clatskanie! used to purchase additional books for ' Sheldon dock.
she Btnmh
Chief, was a visitor to this city Mon-jthe public library. The patronage of Centaur Co., Castoria, 30 years in
day ,and favored this office with a Hie public will be appreciated. I use.
call. j RonaiUi tne little son of avde' St. Helens Steam Laundry, return
Mrs. A. F. Barnett Is spending ; Sutherland, met with an acld'ent ; everything except the dirt.
this week In Rainier, on account of j Tuesday that resulted in a broken! Columbia River Canning and I'm-
the illness of her mother, Mrs. V. A. ; limb. He climbed on a passing duce ('' Hest goods on the Pacific
Porry- wagon ami in some manner his footjCoaHt'
Mrs. J. E. Quinn, who has been vis- caught in the spokes and his leg! St- "elens-Portland Auto Line.
iting relatives in Portland the past was broken just above the knw , I Best service; prompt schedule.
foil- '0 . r. . . !
.cumcu iu at. Helens c. Morton. In eomnanv n.-m. m.
Sutherland, took the boy to a Port
land hospital that evening.
We notice in the fish market some
fine fresh stock halibut, salmon,
fresh smelt so cheap by the box and
smelt season almost gone. Crabs and
Sunday.
A. M. Crawford of Portland, ex
anuiiic general or uregon, was
among the attorneys attending court
Monday.
Frank Butler, Portland agent for
the Loop Lumber Company of San
rrancisco, was a business visitor
here Wednesday, placing orders for
his concerns with the local mills.
Mrs. C. H. John entertained the
members of the Christian Endeavor
at her home Friday evening. The
evening was spent In games, after
which a delicious lunch was served.
Attention is called to the adver
tisement of the Columbia River Cann
ing and Produce Co., in which they
invite the public to test their St. Hel
ena Brand of canned vegetables,
fruits, etc. These are excellent homo
Oregon Life Ins. Co., for Oregon
tans. GO TO CHURCH
Congregational Church,
10 a. in., Blblo school; 11 a. in.,
aim to ri rw'
To All Our liicn.ls a"'1' I "ii 1 1 .n -:
We i-li t-i tli"l ,,r '" r'"'
the siipM.-t mi h.(e uir" "
our alU'inpl to .iolilc -inlaid-anil
enlerliiiiiiiiK i.'tiiiv "'"'
.MijoMiiciit. Wo liae 'i'"1"
urraiigftiienlt to pioiido holler
pi.tim'-. n it nlas
l.i gel Hie liel ol.l.noil'le.
ALWAYS IN Till: WAY"
is mir .'Hei ini; for
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
A il.ll iniiri'NMw .mil ll.nH
i n lc slmy liii-iil on 'he senl imeiil.l
hallail thai -,t Hie roiintr a
few jonis ago. l entm ini:
MAKY MILES M INTER
Scene upon M-ene vtilh m.igiiilii 'iil
situation-, superb t liin.ixes :i ml
thrilling siirrmiinliiii;-. in.il.es this
a wonder photo la.
Iioii't oi ei'luok I hi-.
TUESDAY
We haw an evrepl imiul -timm
prouiam in nninivt imi willi ihe
HAM) IIM II! I M M I ! I I
STOKE.
"THE WlN(K)SOME
WIDOW"
A mcrr) fiinc in I ni ls Iruttirini;
CISSY 1-TTZGERALD
WALLY VAN
IIUGIIIE MACK
ami other stars, i- lite attrai turn
f..r
WEDNESDAY. MAR. 22.1.
We guaianlii' this lo he simply
i;nit
Shall ue ronllime die UKllM
t'OlV I'Loe nir aiiMirr in Ihe
lio at I lii-.il i .-. We oiilil sli.ni
some gooil ih lull's mi II, use l..
lights, riiiirsil.ii ;uii lii.hn.
I..s' III T n - i
CHARLIE CHAPLIN
at lii lfs(
"SHANGHAIED"
S VI dill. K, IIMA
M II IN 1 1
There is always m Ihine. .,ie.
"u: aim in n. .:si:
Choices of Life." John Foster. I'll. . approval of elei tor
B., B. D., minister. i A 1
Christ's Trlumpli Over the Prince
oysters and hard shell clams. Special I of Tllls wrll"; 6:30 p. in., Christ-,
sales salt salmon and herrine. Phnnp! iun Endeavor; 7:30 p. m., "Tim Four
4 2.
Fred W. Herman of Rainier, has
announced his candidacy for the of
fice of District Attorney of this
county on the Republican ticket. Mr.
Herman is an old resident of Colum
bia county, having located in Rai
nier in 1895, where he and father,
the late C. W. Herman, established
the first newspaper in that city. After
working his way through law school.
Mr. Herman decided to open his law
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Colllil) oik
I hereby aiilioun, ,. un , . j f ., ,,,
publican can.iiiUt,. tor re . !. . tin,, V.
the office of County ,.rk at i. 'r,
marii's. May ill, inn; ..
I'.AKNETT.
M. R. CllUITll. . .. Assessor
Sermon at 1 1 a. m., theme: Faith,1 t , , VL,l"rs r ''olmiihia eouniv.
the Victory: evenlni sermo.,. 7tSft i ...... )..' '" '"'1 a camli.
,, . ,, . , r : l"" i:eplllllli .11, tirk. t
in., ineiiic. jesus oor tor uur naKi-s. i noiiiiiiaUoii to t, nfiin
This is the second of an Important Asses.-or, at the
i .
series of Sunday night sermons. The "' l" "" ' 1,1 -"ay l!i, -j :iu,
other services for the day are the : '.o... 5""r k""'. 't,;"-rat.- . ,, .,.r;l.
, ll(m. I . ;i k 1 j i !.-e
same as usual. Ours is the church, " lw-1l'l'-
f..r ,..
"I ' II i t v
eoining i.niM..rv el...
that extends the Glad Hand.
He is Sandifur, minister.
office in his boyhood home.
products handled by all of our home now City Attorney of that place. His
merchants and am ,rii, ..... slogan on the ballot will be: "A
order. I Str'ct and Fearless Enforcement of! Produce Co. is now ready to contract; j ,
F. N. A-.essm-
nereny iuhumiii.
, uatt; for t !: of fie
the Law.'
msef a ...mli
I J I' ( ill. tl I L ...
Hie (olumbla River Canning an-i ,' J 1 ''" ii' i i oon of il .
... a.. TOUTS ill til 111:111 el
I have I I,
for beans. About CO acres is desired, j lmnbh,
TRADE IN ST. HELENS
mil
lion, M.,v
resident of ,,'
a county Cor ,.
! ;l;'-r for 2.) ,,,rs. i, uuuu
r 'I'''';"' I promiM. ;, ho,,,.,, .,.,
u.i.iiiiu:,ir;iiiii of ti n
I eiuul Jii! tiee for all
H T. I:K.N.;it
l.fliee will.
I lifri'hy
'I rea-m er
THE
To Whom It May Concern:
Gentlemen:
You go to a tailor because you think you are hard to fit
,. u fcause yu feel that way is all the more reason why
you should come to us; we can fit you as perfectly as the best
$TsTJryouy merqUalityand StylC: 3"d veyfrorn $5 to
cloth t3ke yUr measure; Hart Schaffner & Marx make the
Some day you'll see the advantages in Hart Schaffner &
I?flaWerr'eady"ade Cl0thes: in order to aclnt you with these
SSqUa-llty' WC W3nt t0 Ket you started a made to
measure suit; we guarantee to fit you.
aillioiliier. .il ,11 .. .
n.il.ll, ., , . . ".'."ii as llf
; ' . lor tl, rn,... .
reamircr, Hlll.jerl to the .!.
I ! ;. of doctors a. nrhimrl .v v
'Jl11' i:iiuiv I,,.....
or ('mimiissioiier
"'theMay,,,,,,,;';;:1;.:,,,;,;;;;;""- r
JAMES KK.N.NKli.w, Jr.
Coinniissioi,,.,.
To u,f. V0,rH ,)f ,.,,, , . :
ii i T '""'"""ce mvM.j,' , ' '
d ilute on the K..n..i u """
renoininauon a ' 'V'.
r l- " w lit, YUl
nrtiA in A a.1 i
Hart SrAfV;.; BS-l"e sa-mP,es..wlYe W. received from
maiA. OUUS, $13.1
.00 to $40.00.
Yours truly,
THE TOGGERY
i
X W. E. LIDYARD,
! Manager
Men's Furnishings
t ;nt the coming iTimiry . "
e held on the I'm, ' .
tl" 1!MI, HaV . "v.. '
morale 'mi.
1'JIO, and auk v,..,.
nlderatlon.
nm7"or,','"fi;:si:i,:,'t,',;r''i'i
ALWAYS IN Tl IK WAY
', ...e. muter, lake inn III your car,
I w ant to "'. 1 1 1 n Mill.
I'h.y say i.ln Hies In Heaven,
Is It very, very far?
M new inaina Is very i ross,
And s.ohls inn every day;
i:h." m she does lint loVO Hie,
l or 1 .in, always In the way.
llol'IK
h.is In the way,
So I he always say,
I won.l. i why th. y don't kins inn,
.Iii:.l the sain.' ii. i sl'.te,' May,
Uw.iv. in Hoi way,
1 can never play
own ni.'ina would lo ver miy,
1 in al w .1 s In t lie way
A pi. tin u. ill. ,n of this famous hoiik
, !.-.:. .1.- will, Anii'ih'a's most fiiHclniit
iiii'. .,.'. aitresK, M.uy Miles Mln
t, ,', will he tre feature at the Strand
the.niv i, ei S, unlay and Monday.
I have jii nsi orlment of ,lcturn-
ii. ,n... i I.lini;i. and make frullies
..f any : i.'e Koss' I'urnlt ,,re Store.
Do You HavT
Back Ache
Torpid LiVf
(loot! health dei...
liver. Whenever u,,
nan full. In ii. ""Portu,
" "ur o(
poison from din
Iuk the (.tin wiilcl, al,,'la djS
... ii".ii, or oven ,0,th u VI
li.-xull Uv.r Hall, .i.i . . ,bi
Htoro ilia llvur to nilr
by cli'ttrlng tlio lntH,tMl JJH
-...vimuiT, Ulllublc, N e
lrntiiiotit of rlmuinati. ...
.toiimch. Ilvor d Iltwllw J
lor. I. ...I kl.. .. .,
...... .uii,.)ni CaUM,
fuulty lliiilnnlloii of ti
hldiuty.. Thr.i ,.,f H
$100. '
Sold only m Huu pl J
f.,11.... .
. , crowu and t ul
Itoyai for tht l,et of CmnU.eJ
Tobacco. Krulti. N'.u. ,j '
. . , onus
nit klmU. i
IV '41
Our Good Groceries
and Vegetables keep
un tne Move.
M .iioii is life; si..Knniloii Is ilstny. Till. U why you .liouldh)
Voir ur.H'1-ri.ss fr..m our sl.m "Uli.rti tlm IiukIIk U."
Mm itio. enes are frch, purr nml limlllifiil Ims .Use i kMf
tin in ...mine. , "r,,.,, ,!,, ,,, , Mrry ,((lir ,
"' " "h" " .mI sliifT hIu-ii ihry Mn It.
I'll..- our InsI of f,, Ml , , .ii f t,mr gfutm
,r"""K N.' Will sell ,,1U
I OK iim: Mi.Kk OVI.V, to II Its HAVCIN HOAI' I t, It IV.
A. S. HARRISON & CO.
JAS. MUCKLE 4 SON
"Good of Quality"
Kali! Rah! Hats for Children
I.-to.c assortment of Hummer wash lints (or
' 'il'lK u iust arrived. White pique, and in varied
i-elory, of o.alaica. . A serviceable little hat as a protec
Irtim sunburn as well as bccominR in appear
'"cc. J'rit e each 50c.
Indies' White Drill Hats
New Spring Hats for the out-door Rirl. A Rood
tonihinatinn witli thc middy. Always convenient for
i"1 f "linn. All sics. Price 50c.
M KN'S SILK II ATS, in white, blue, Rray and
lirown' Alsu- wlli,c Juck and white poplin hats, good
Co1, "I'.-wciKlu hats for Summer, 50c.
YjAre Candidates
" 'I
llilHsloner, I h,:
Kivo tlm ,,. " " 'l"lineil ,
rondH. y fav.,.,r,!,',,! '" "!
. A' IIAUVKV.
CIRCUIT COURTNQTEs'
ourt conve,., Monday, hut ,. . j
ur,k',,M,Pl"th""-'"tor'ti
Tlio hlK tl,,,),,,. lrll, ,
!" $75,000. WllH doeU .l " J
" Mil
AT ELECTION TIME
AND ALL THE TIME
r'r your patronage when you wish
OHfdity Groceries
The Satisfaction Kind
Prompt Delivery
Thurnday and H
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' ' 'ia Howe v,,
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GROCERS

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