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ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. MAY 19. 1916
I CORRESPONDENCE 1 k.A AjVAAA a a jl a. a. m. J SCAPPOOSE Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hatfield spent the week end with Trot', and Mrs. Clias. Barker, near Beaverton. They had the opoprtunity to hear Hov. I'p shnw's sermon Sunday morning. Mr. Upshnw was the local pastor at Scap poose a few years ago. Guy Whitney is at homo again from the Fishawk logging camp. Guy came near losing his head a couple of times, and as he considers his head too valuable to have knocked of, he left camp while he was able to move. Mr. and Mrs. John Gilstrap and son, and Miss Ellaree Butler motored from Portland Sunday and spent the day with the M. J. Butler family. The Community Club began some Improvement work in the manner of repairing sidewalks that were burnt out during the fire. Wo walked over It and pronounced it a good job and silently said amen. W. J. Fullerton was in town last Monday, calling on friends. Eight gallons of maplo syrup, right from the Ohio trees, van received by this correspondent on Tuesday. We just mention it to make some of you think of home. News was received by relatives here, of an accident in a logging camp which caused the death of Frank Vandermost. The Vandermost family lived here foT years and the children grew up among our young folks and have many friends who sympathize with the bereaved par ents and brothers and sisters. Rev. Johnston preached a splendid baccalaureate sermon to the gradu ating class Sunday night. The church was tastefully decorated for the occa sion and special music rendered by the choir. The church was filled to its fullest capacity and some turned away. They missed something good Mrs. Jack Payne came'from Port land Wednesday to visit her daughter Gladys, who is attending school here. The eighth grade, with the excep tion of three, passed their examina tion creditably. Tho three failed in two studies each and will try again in June. The high school gave a party at tho school house last Friday night, in honor of the senior class. Gamef and refreshments were indulged in until tho midnight hour. T. S. White, of Houlton, Mr. Mets ker, superintendent, and Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Deming, of St. Helens, at tended our school May Day exercises, which were a success in every way. The queen, Miss Irene Stoltenberg, looked beautiful and stately, as a queen should be. Miss Irono is a senior and 13 popular among the stu dents. The usual form was followed out in the same beautiful manner. The songs were pretty and well ren dered. The children in Miss Taylor's' room, second and third grades, gave a good calecthenic drill that deserves especial mention. It was much ap preciated for it i3 tho kind of work attend the state high school sports. Mr. Fowler finds difficulty in speak ing out si:ico returning. One day lest week, while Mrs. Tid eomho was taking an afternoon nap. a burglar played a trick on her vic ious dogs and in some way got them outside the gate, then slipped through :.ml shut tho gate, llo then broke in t o the houso and helped himself. Mrs. Tidcombe was awakened und thought her husband had returned, and v.-hen sho went to tho kitchen she found tho tramp at tho table cat in 3. He was ordered to go, and he wont. G. B. Milloy was called to Lafay ette Sunday to attend the funeral of his giaudmother, Mrs. Carolino E. Watts, who died Friday at Newborg. Mrs. Jossio Silver, of Portland, is spending the week with her old-time Eastern schoolmate, Mrs. B. Scott. Friends of Mr3. Emma Smii.li will bo interested to learn that she was united in marirago to Mr. Allen Har rison, of St. Helens, on Monday, the 15th, in Portland. They started to Frisco Monday evening on a honey moon journey. Congratulations from Scappooso. James Pomcroy is wearing the fun niest littlo grin sinco Sunday. It puzzled everybody to understand that uncommon expression that led- us to believe ho knew something he wanted to tell. Wo have just learned that there is a fine new boy at his house that weighs 9 '3 pounds that ho calls "Sonnio." lie will havo another nann soon. Dix Holaday spent the week end at home, returning to Vancouver on Saturday night. Mr. Purcell spen.; all day in Port land Tuesday, looking after business. Hi West has returned from New York, arriving in our city Tuesday. Mrs. M. Hoven visited her sister. Mrs. Sandstrom, last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Sandstrom and daughter, Ardath, were Portland shoppers last Saturday. Lloyd Price, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Holaday, Rev. and Mrs. Johnston and daughter, Gypsy, motored up the Columbia Highway Tuesday, getting an early start in the morning. Dr. Edwin Boss, of St. Helens, wan called to the homo of M. J. But lir on Monday, to attend Mrs. But ler's mother, Mrs. Ostertag, who came from Eugene last Thursday. She was ill when sho came but grew worse on Sunday. Her son, Nate Em-1 mett, of Portland, came Monday to help his sister nurse her. Mr. and Mrs. D. Crowley, Mr. and Mrs. R. Niblock and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Watts motored to Portland Satur day night to see the "Birth of a Nation." The commencement exercises of the high school was held Thursday eve ning. The following program was rendered: WEST ST. HELENS j dinner, ' ooo'r. as Mrs. Jaeobsiiil Is a No. 1 ;dw, Mrs. Jacohson will woti- Wo ure glad to report that Tommy j ,,,r nv i found this out. but you Kiblnn, son of A. T. Klblun, of West : ,now a reporter Is supposed to find St. Helens, who was Injured at the Hijni-s nut. track meet last week at Kainlor, has, j (...., uiluia fully recovered. How ho escaped ;f,in. ;i w;".4.' with his life Is a wonder, being struck with a sixteen-pound shot which was being used in tho contest. D.ilo Perry, our crack athlete, imp aired a gold medal, also a bron.u one, at tho Eugene track meet last week. Prof. Brehaut and wll'o were Port laud visitors Saturday and Sunday. It is rumored that Prof. Proliant may have a position in tho city of Port lam! for the coming school year. It will bo a serious loss to this school if the professor decides to accept a position in Portland. The refusal ofi the school board to employ sufficient number of teachers Is tho cause of his dissatisfaction. Motion is homo ag v i; it wi!h fiielids at ion. Miss Ilcieil Larson, e1' t spent Sunday with her par . I: o attended Sunday llalens, Ills alnl HH'I and h- -n.'lii tlii niiinaiv class III the a solicit of Imt si-tor. Miss l'loroiir:. M... I.illich and daurhlcr, Minnie, was the i;iiost of Mrs. Martin White, of St. Helens, last week. 'Irs. Mary iloiitlm.in called ml Mrs. '.'rank lltndall la.d w-ok. Mr.;. Karl Saxton has loon on the ; hie list for :he past week, but wo 'I., i-Im.I i lioir Hint is much belter and u'.is r.lilo to go', out to hunii ay VllOol. Mr. smd Mrs. liolan MasH n. of Hie 5t. Larson s slock sulo Wednesday, mid drove homo several head of cattle. Mrs. Spalding visited her sister In Sriippousu I'liiluy. The closing exercises of I bo War ren school will bo bold III l.'rlclir.on'H noil Monday evening, May 22, ut 8 ,i'olook sharp. Mr. uinl Mis. Frank ( lemons mid iVi.iil;. , of l.luiiliiu, visited O. A lOi ii I.: ens Suiul. y. Will Cooper v. en I t Portland Wednesday. TRY OUR WANT AD$ lor .Sale, or Triuh, room house und two lot mis. for horKiiM, i-altl,. or AlliIK'HS I.OCK HlIX II Of. 5. Kt MiHler, ,. 81. Il. crc, I or IMUO TWO-HC:il.,l nearly now. II. J. Hiuuhiiril, HclciH Surrtj US Fur Halo Good .r lTT-TTT" .. u"u , u HI, rtt( School closes Friday, May 1!). A o, n,.u.ns Timber Co. camp, rlsito.l concert will bo given at tho Tabor- j ;t ti, ijjm ii homo last Sunda. uaclo on Thursday evening, the pro-j Th;, vln, t llt Mrs. Fred l.ar oeeds to bo applied to tho purchase ,.., .lKt s.,turday. with a good at flr.g for our school of a suitablo house. Earl Bennett, after a week's ill ness caused by a severe attack of rnnsHiHs. I nirMiti holilnil IIia emm-l ler at Perry .t Graham's store. It is rumored that wo are to have a change at tho West St. Helens baU- teiulanc.e. Some of the members were absent on account of sickness and others rushed to ileal li with work. After the busy time was over. Mrs. Larson, assisted by her daugh ter, Florence, served a very nice lumli, which all enjoyed. Tho club will meet Willi Mrs. O. I. Peterson STILL IN BUSINESS Si. Helens, On'.. May i:' I'JHi. I For feme unknown reason to iuo the Columbia Herald staled In ItiM last Issue. Hint I had pmc out of; business. Tho Herald editor WUM : "lilier misinformed or got his wires , erosr-eil. for I am i' ( 111 In holiness; and haven't any Intentions of Kolug nut of hll-.lno .s. It Is, however, a fact that ( hallos White and I have! dissolved partnership: I lit I wish to ; 'lena utid ; I am In cash for For u good job plastering, write I,, nlor or Wnrron. 12:, I I'or OHIO IIOUSO (111,1 i, ... i ii i ilrii, omnium loin, u-,. , tl ItOSH. t'lll ft-tlo -Ulv I " " "" Mill J in III l.eer IHIIIIIll. 'r,.0 tfa(j ao.o. i.uiior I.. IM1.0II, Cohlo, 0rt ; ay tit the ooplo of St. I e it ri it in tin t; cutinti') that i position to buy and pat I 'IJ III IT,, hatched ! !! the l.e.i', park, mutton, vo.il, mid l.ioaltry that I can get. Thanking ! t ln'in fur part p.itroiiage, I hope, by fair dealini:. I will lolitllllio to hold I Iho respect and confidence of tlin I public. GKO. WILSON. I May T. All members will please be present. The small girls are doing very well under the management of Florence Larson. Work has begun at last on the school yard fence. It will cut pus tare short for some of the loose ent ile. Mrs. llunigiu diier, of Salem, is vis iting at the home of her sou, Ibiny, thh week. Mrs. Dave Coon has also boon on! h-t-! te Jchn Nordlan, of Svoiikoii, visiting with old friends hero week. was last Invocation Rev. Johnston ; Solo Miss Taylor Address Eugene Brookings Presentation of diplomas I .Chairman of Board ; Presentation of credits J. It. Purcell : Duet . . . .Misses Johnston and Watts that 13 especially needed for our chil- Benediction Kev. Johnston dren Class Roll Raymond Holland, ,,' , I Valdes White, Nellie Holland, Irene Mr. t owler, Watt Price nnd Ray . stoltenberg, Watts Price, Loren John Holland went to Eugene Saturday to I son. WHY EXPERIMENT? - - Flour in compptition with ALL OTIIKIt FLOl'RS received tlio liiuhest possibln an aril, the (ill AM) IMll.K at Punuiiin-Pacifiir liilei'iintioiial i:posllion Use the best and you are always satisfied MASON, EHRMAN & CO., PORTLAND OREGON Central Market I'liono (10 It. I. PLIM.MKK, I'iKip. FRESH and CURED MEATS FISH and POULTRY Wo sell government Inspected liecf. ItCHuIt: I rude Hint comes buck again, like Oliver Twist, They "Call for ery, or possibly a discontinuance of tho business. Our new bakery firm has made many friends, and t'u.' pn duct of tho bakery put on th.i mar ket has been most excellent. Wo can ill afford to see tho business cl.ise up Steps aro being taken looking tow ard a resident physician and the es tablishment of nil up to duto drug store In West St. Halons. Tho pustor of tho M. E. Churcn, ..u uas .101 may recovered ir.im Hie, ,u, !:,.k st ,,, w ,,.ir , Km1 anacK oi grip nau in tho winter, was taken with a severe attack of heart faiiuro on Sunday, and was not aide to meet his appointment at Warren :it night. "Dud" Hnzen drove up t Warren and notified tho caiigrcgu-' lion. ! Sunday was an off day for est I i.t. Helenite3. Two accidents, bothj of which might have boon nuro sei 1 ous, happened. About 10 a. in. Avery Gensman, whilo riiling his motor cycle, collided with an auto driven by a party from St. Helens, just In front of the post offico. The motorcycle was damaged somewhat and Avery .sports a very lame foot. Later in the day, whilo driving his team near Scappoo'ae, ('has. Graham had a amush up and runaway. An auto dashed up nnd wont by, frightening the team. In an attempt to quiet thorn ono of the lines gave way, caus ing tho team to become uniuanuge i:ble. T. F. Robertson, who was rid ing on the fro.U seat with Mr. Gra ham, assisted in trying to stop the team, with tho result of running them into a wiro fence. Mr. Robert son Is quito lame aud Mr. Bezel, who wr.s In tho back n?il, received some bruises. Mrs. Bzel, holding a young baby in her arms, was thrown out! but fortunately nolUicr she nor the! oaoy were injured. Team end rii; " ""'"g over ins farm Kumlav tvero prac'.ic;.lly uninjured. J'"luy. II" Is going to l,u, Rev. J. N. Wood, who has ccrved ; :l Uir(i" ,,:irn ,llls smnmer on his farm Iho F. M. Church at this place for mo last, uireo years, lias been ap ! " aneniieii tin, c. pointed to Forest Grovo by Uluhop; ' ni,',!"'"? t Ituinior Wediiesday Hogue, who bold tho ssion of the F. M. Church conference at Portland, which closed Mo.iday, the 16th. The best wishes of his many friends will ollow Mr. Wood and his family to their new home. St. Helens drill y wants your uillli and crci'.m orders. I'honii 107. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children In Use Tor Over 30 Years Always t tilC wn.uuic cars For Sulo Whim LoRlmrn iiioiiiiiiiik our nreoiiers. Tliovtr... Book orders now for uv iiooiio iHiam im 1. 1 . ... . cblekM. Will havo n limited nuoW. of hutchliiK rggit m reilurej p,, liner April 16. A. M. WHIIutu,, j. iieions, tiro. I-or Sulo Chenp- Klvc-lior ItlO. ft-lllll-Nf li,.ll.. u.lll - ' noil wuoq m I altrichniciil nnd truek; ulna ,tm .camel buck fxprosa wngoti with tu i tvagon uoio io curry 2&01) itn, ,f- M. V. 1IAZEN. Wanted Frosh row with cl(, r unit fresh noon, from Wnrrei H Yankton, Wrlto piirtl.iilar. j i .111 nulla. ( liupiiinn, tire. ST. HELENS-PORTIAND AUTO LINE ' In TRENIIOLM Mrs. Arthur Fowler, who has been visiting at the homo of Mr. ami Mrs II. Fowler, has left for her new home rit llillsboro. She Is accompanied ,y Mlsr; Ruth Fowler. Mrs. G. E. Lewis anil Infant koii I aro visiting in Portland. I Francis Coolidge and Joe I roeburg I of Portland, spent a few hours In j Trenholm Sunday. air. Aluckle ami party motored I Trenholm last Sunday. Miss Ethel Smith, of II , low, spent the week end at tho home i or .Mr. anil Mrs. llrockway. Mrs. II. McN'abb Is visiting in j Portland. i C. 1. Andriek, or Portland, was In I town Saturday. Mrs. Henry Walter, of Maple Dale, was In town Saturday. 1 Win. Ross and wife, L. It. Int,er. j ford and v.ifo and t;i,. )t. .M(,,Hkl.r j "nil wife, of St. Helens, were In town ' Sunday aftenio n. F. F. Knight, of Hilly. Ore. was1 down looking over bis f; at this place J. M l.llwl.i-.u ...a.., .. ... I siiLpn i;n m:os , i-t-.... s 11 1 in 1,1: A- M P. M l.v. St. Ili'lons .... 7 ;ln 1 :;tj Wurn-n 7:l l:ti Seappnoso ;,;S'i 2"l." Ar. Portland !:) :i :'ii l.v. Portland It) ( D 4 00 Ar. 't. Helens 1 1 :fii f,,r,0 I wunl to rent cultlvntuliU lull and pasture land; cash rout. Wflul full description nnd prlit. Frank L Smith, SmlthHblro. Hriipp.inim, 0,1 lor Hali--SJiiideliuid (iilllmji sooii Out, Aiuorlonn Womluri ut I lliirbniik Seed PotalooH; out itrtt. loot:..; milk ciiwy. C. J. IJirson, (ihim 101 f., Wurren, Ore. if Satuiihijs mid SiiikIiin Sie hit trip leaving Si. Helens r, p. Leave I'orllainl 1 1 1, , RELIABLE SERVICE .tprnig nine Is paint time., nun or (I111 host paints nni Miickln llardwaro Company. full oils at Airs. Liiclndii Muttmm, s formK ie: ldint of thin clly. dled refrnlljrli ! Nebruhku. A loiter rr-cidvcj bjr Ar 1 1 elisor BlukoBloy from her dautivn. Mrs A 11 11 11 Hwooiiey, of Port AllioriL B. C., give thin Information. They're Glad to Carry Home J. H. CRONKITE St. Ili-lt-iio, (ire. c.iiii:t woitu Contractor-Builder SAND Hbnp at, foot si. Helens sir.i t I'liono in- Hiiio "illng In Have You Ever Stopped to Consider the importance of Inner construction. Let us show you what wo can do. We will (jive you more for your money than you have ever dreamed of in Tailoring and quality of Trimming. Every garment tailored by us will win the praise of tho man that wears it, until the day it takes the ra bnjr route. The inner construction of garments tailored by us is in keep, lug with their high class exterior. J. F. RYAN MKKCHANT TAILOit St. Helens Oregon HAMMOND CAMP Mrs. Geo. Gamble, spent tiio week rrnd with her slslcr, nnd attended the dan co at Hudson. Mrs. G. H. McLeod Is spending the week In Portlcnd. Sho reports Mr. McLeod gaining after Ills operation. Tho Hammond train made an extra trip to Kr.iiiier Mondc.y evening, In order that the camp people might en- ioy tha movies, tho nt'.ractlon being! tho "No'er Do Well," by Box Bench. Wo ure doubtful us to our summer! hero. It. has hailed and snowed, am I thin all happened in May. ' i Mrs. Taylor started to walk in' Itnir.lor Saturday morning but took i the Goble road. She arrived at Coble ' as the jitney was passing through. This was a rather round about way to get to Rainier. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mortan nnd family and Miss Ulco spent tho week end nt Hudson. Wut Long is the efficient commis sary man. He gets a trifle flustrated when a ludy customer upproaclios. the Btoro but wo must have patience with r, beginnoi-. It. Baker, superintendent of the camp, visited the camp during tho j week. I Thoro is a rumor that high water I will Impede logging operations. We j slncoroly hope this to bo false. Mrs. Philip s. Linton s Pin Hand this week. warren" j Mr.-.. Naiina Thoihorf, of Portland land Mr. anil Mrs. C. ir,, , ' Island, visited their hrothor, Alien Itousu, and family Sunday. Fred lloosol made a business iri to Portland Tuesday. urn method ist Ladles met with .Mrs. iak,.r r-.i 1 t . - "..owing om,.(,rH w,.ril (,i,(U(1 f( tho coming year; Mrs. L. Ha-,,.,, P.oiiieiu; Mrs. Hp,nK( vi oent; Mr. Po.ter I.ooml Mrs. ltuhy Bunion 'lines iu.nno.ly, 0f Goblo. vMl,., at Wr.rren Sunday. n0.". l"y '""U,r"A u" f"" ( .. Kkanle Tuesday for a short, visit with his mother, Mrs. C. 14 II ,ron nl his sister, Mrs. McKay, at Hcao- poore. ' IH PI III.IC.WS ""leoinn cuutliil:-. Aid KO.'lelv Prlday, and the Ico-proiil- secretary; treasurer. Mr. of tho und Mra. Wiilmor moved off ..aiiii KaHin in- of the high water. Mru I- Hazan, Mrs. will Cooper ,;;Jurt,sworo shopping ln J- '""mail, of (loblo maueiino Thomr.s V.lillltl V Ktt ., , , " "lointis and Mr l arr'n family Tuesriay. ir. aim Mrs. Harms ,,,! m... .... .. (11 . ., , tveii- "4 iiiui nuu t,i,.i,.H...i , - .I, 11:11 hiiio luesday account iml Miss "f Hachelor Flat. 'y or 1 f',""'""1 ' I" mi 1 .mi tJI 1 - j! ' : t'--"-i: -i , ji:;;if : . i our matchless iirou,, Rolls and rail becaiiiai H,j, ,npw (iiey titHtn rTood 'od give sal Isfnct Ion. boshlci build- nig up llm coiiHtltutlons of old ih M'uiig. we wunt you to try our Bread oiu-o, and after that you W wunt 11 at your tablo all iho time. iiho only the best mid purest Kloit aim otnor IngrodlontH. St. Helens Bakery Steamer HooHoo OKIIIV Hlli:iMlltl, Mifler I iti:i(;iiTIJ, TowiNd AMI i:ciiikio4 I'llNNfllKcr IM'COIIIIIIOllllllllllll f ft Kiipn. f Jood K.'rvloo lU-iimble IUW Iavo t'allH nt l-'rcd Wutkin. I'liono 2H. born to Port Jim Bacon hnu r,...i...i . Mr An,. ; to Anderson for a ur, und ,h bachelor flat Mr. Bumsardnor was doing busi H0E3 in Portland last weok. Mr. and Mrs. Jncobson entertained ! p.nm.',,,.. a number of their friends last Bun-j Cronlmm moved blu f.,n. 11., .. . '. . . lo itainiur, whom "ln employment in a l,,m; Minn Hihlr. Striffensen, wll0 on will. Mrs. A. II. flnrLn. . 1 ' your, loft w,.,i....,.... u"ilH' .."-.i.irijr If) Slieilll With hnr . 1 hi:;i p the IIAIll.LH It. fur "vo In piihl ff.1V,",;,,,,,1,:n- Ac- ...Kim. Throe I'roiild'mt "eer Auiroet... .. ' Htatn P. Moouks r.-.dunln "y of IJnlverH h:iii nnd iiaiignior, all o,,.., ' i . nld i.e Oreirm, ui..i ... or 1 ... . "' illaiori . f the h,',r lli Mm- 'initultoui '' ' ',0,tk (,:'h'mls- oo,l and X-y rth8n t"n '"r ""ecnnsful liu.,l, ' ,l"3 Bt"to. A A(1;;'"- mil Mooltl,:H I'd. n ..... """" . STAMPOI I-q t to (.eoi K,. CENTRAL CONFECTIONERY W. II. ItitOWIOIt, I'ropr. DRUGS, TOILET ARTICLES, CANDIES CIGARS AND " TOBACCO IMinno OH . Next to Central Market When you Install n ilioiio In Jon I- house, you are In intnn 'ominiiiilriiiion ' with our 300 I HiiliwrllMmi. In addition to U'' '"l may talk with your rlf in any Wrtern Htato. No wit' '' In better than oiirs. MW 1 '"i' application for n I'l""16 mm-. uuu tnuj. mi enjoyed a fiooflj John Bushmi,.n 1 H Market !;5 ST. HELENS TELEPHONE CO. attended Aaron ",:' :nh. okk.