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ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. MAY 26, 1916
r CLATSKANIE CORRESPONDENCE 2 WEST ST. HELENS Primary election paged without un due excitement. Evidently some of the candidates think that the post office department and tho printer are all that were benefitted by their can didacy. Tis better to hold the job we have than to aspiro to things too great. It's cheering though, to re member that ho who runs and gets left, may live to run agaiu. The Hughes microbe got his work in at West St. Helens as well as other parts of the state. In fact it was almost epidemic here. The recall seems to have carried. Among the successful ones here are Judge Eakin, Sheriff Stanwood, Mr. Metsker, Coroner White; while, tho Methodist minister got one vote for constable, but just think of It it was on a Democratic ballot. Earl Bennett was obliged to house up again with bronchitis for a week. He returned to the city Monday, but suffered a relapse Tuesday and re turned home. Rev. Snyder was called to Goble for a funeral service on Wednesday. A young man, L. Daniels, died sud denly. Coroner T. S. White had charge. Rev. R. H. Allen of Toledo, with his wife and daughter, made a short visit at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Snyder Mrs. Allen's father and mother in West St. Helens. Rev. Allen has been transferred to Red mond, In Crook county. Mrs. Allen's health Is not good. They are In hope that the higher altitude may be bene ficial to her. Rev. J. N. Wood, the F. M. pastor lately appointed to Forest Grove and Hillsboro, left with Ills family on Saturday. They spent Sunday at Portland with their daughter, Mrs. Stines, and Monday went to their new home. The best wishes of their many friends will follow them. Messrs. C. Chambers and A. T. Kiblin motored to Portland Sunday. The road was very slippery and the chauffeur sueceedea In turning clear around once in an endeavor to keep the road. Kiblin thinks that he pre fers his little black to a gasoline horse. An amusing affair occurred on our streets Sunday. George Chambers, who has not yet fully mastered the art of properly guiding and turning the motor wagon, attempted to back up and turn around. After two or three attempts, only succeeding in killing his engine, he finally called out: "Somebody come and take this thing by tho tail and pull it around." Keep at it, George. If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. Uncle Rich Kelly Is very sick at the home of Aaron Kelly. Dr. L. G. Roes is in attendance. Memorial services wil be held in the M. E. church (Iloulton) on Sun day next at 11 a. m. Sermon by the scorns to bo "walking in dry (wet) ! places seeking rest und finding none." I Tho professor says hint "ho hates to! Mrs. ('. Kelly loft Monday for Al uuit work." From all appearances i bauy, having boon called there by there are a number in tho cily Just; tho death of her grandmother. like him all except tho little word "quit." Tho school entertainment at tho Tab ernacle last Thursday night was an excellent exhibition of talent on the part of tho pupils. Tho Tabernacle was filled to its capacity. Tho coun ty superintendent, in his usual man ner, addressed the graduating class. Miss West favored the audience with 11. A. Andrews, assistant station agent, left last Saturday for New York, where ho has a position. Owing lu the cold and Inclement wether, the Uouo Show committee has decided to postpone this annual event from the dato announced, May ;!, to Juno 17. Full particulars of rules und regulations In next Issue. A silver modal contest under tho a beautiful solo, with .Miss Kiblin as ! auspices of the V. C. T. V. will be pianist. Several recitations wore given. Mr. Lake's boys gave nn ex cellent drill and u rousing yell: "Hottltou! Iloulton! We are tho best In all the west! We don't swear; we don't cuss; what's the matter with us!" ' hold al the Columbia theater on Fi i day, Jutio 3. itesidc tho contest there will bo special music. Keep thiii date open and watch for full do tails next week. Dr. J. I.. Wooden reports two acci dents of a similar nature sustained Certificates of award wero given ! by Cecil Armilago and John Wti In to students receiving tho highest standing In each grade, Edna Ppttor witmig the award in prude. WAKKEN Klmer Dahlgren relumed last week from southern Oregon, where he at tended the mooting of the statu grange. The members of tho Woodmen and li.dmeu lodges en'crtulncd I heir fam ilies with an ice cream social Satur day evening. A very enjoyable eve ning was spent. Mlr.s Hannah Sunds'mm has re turned from Washington. Miss Claudie llerslund returned front Washington to spend the Hiinr mo. A large crowd attended tho clos ing exorcises of the school, estimated to he the largest crowd that has as sembled for many a du. Ire cream was on sale, for which $24.f.l was ro.il'.'.od. This money will ho used to defray the expenses of the enter tainment. Tho following program w a I observed : Patriotic Selection Orchestra Address W. I.. Huntiin incric .non, both receiving injuries to the left hand, tho former losing n finger the seventh while the doctor is trying to save the ! index finger of tho latter. Tho following successful students. Tho term of tho present Incumbent , ',, , , wiiiti uml ltluc wero graduated front tho grammar1 of postoffice cxpi.-ing next August. j School school and received their diplomas: j ileorgo I). Conyers is circulating pott-1 Itectlntioa Itainy Day ''"'u lieatrico Jener, Gladys Jener, Ann- lions in behalf of his candidacy for (.u" J jJ,V J.('m 1' ai s .rowi ette Payne, Wilbur l.arabeo, John tha office, lie is well known in pri-j M."ry' "t 'f.u'tiV Lamb'-."'- Masten, Harvey Morris, Helen Wliite, v..te life and his ability in tho public j . Primary Girls Theodore Nor'oeck and Archie How- . : t'i'airs of the town for tho last two! Play Little lied Riding Hood... 1Q. . ' years or so is a high recommendation y j,' 'J I'rl,,,"r-V l'"1'118 Mrs. Charles Graham, assisted by of his fitness1 for tho new office that j ''J '"kettle' Song ........... J. McQueen, entertained at her home ha seeks. with an afternoon tea on Tuesday of A fatal accident occurred at Kerry , Recitation Only . . ti.io ,,-onb Ti,.i fii,u-itii. hilling a-uro nn Tinutiv uli.Mi V.i llivon who Is Dialogue How the present: Mrs. H. J. Anderson, Mrs. employed as a brakeman on one of! ' ''''V,, E. Payne, Mrs. Prof. Urehaut, Mrs. tho logging tralua, f 'll between H' Song Let I'm Arise .' Prof. Lake, Mrs. Lake, Sr., Mrs. csrs, resultlm; in both of his legsj Eighth and Ninth Grades Gensman, Mrs. Snyder and Miss Net- being cut off. Tho unfortunate man j Recitation We Didn't Tiling tie Amelia Snyder. A very pleasant waa hurried to An: on a -". oi,;,;,,;.!! iu umi'Tl.ry time was had. An excellent tea was but beforo arriving there ho passed Seven Pupils served and Miss Snyder entertained beyond all earthly h:lp. Ed Is tho Duot Santa Lucia . Carrie and Esther tho company with several selections son of Joo Di:con, of Kelso, and neph.-l Recitation The Star. Arnold Tarbell ew to Dun Dixon, of Clatskania. The! lamgue I ne mat or rrng vting. . acntion Mong ..Third, Fourth and Fifth Grades Recitation A Fellow's Mother... Primary Hoys House Was devices practiced In demonstration .-lasses wore discussed at round table talks, many of tho niinger teachers l!ms i,ini; benefited by cporleneo i.nd advl.o of the older members. A study of "Educational Resources of Rural aitd Ulago Communities." with a general survey of resources or th.t Nehalem vnllo.v brought forth eal work from the members, and made tho reading circle wink re ..Hired by the itale department u real pleasure. Thmnr.h the effort of iriornbe.H of tho atsmlation, educational motion picture. i were brought to tint coin mnnlty. Further development of the educational movies in connection with the school work will undoubt edly take place next term. Tho local Institute held lit Vorno- ula Inst winter through the efforts of the association proved I flrhil to patrons of schools as well as touch ers. Co operation and professional fel lowship have been Important factors lu success of II. It lOMiclatlon, all the members of which anticipate a belter ;ivi'on, ( o'ui'.'.l'la county and Nehu iem valley. CHAIN LOCATED i Tho Cullender Navigation company I hps locaieil the chain which was IohI at Peacock spit when the M immonil seagoing raft ur piling win wrecked there about four years ago. So soon as the weather conditions are favor able the chain will be picked up. The find Is u valuable one, as the chain is worth in the neighborhood of III),-Olio. TRY OUR WANT ADS For Halo or Ti-.T! !f--- room Iioiihu und two lot, n ens. for horses, catll. Address Lock lt.iv ... rrt Or. m' IW Kilt 'I'.t.. . now. ii. j. MoUtinr, For Hale Good . ...... buggy; rhoiip. ,)X 2S3, ,,1 i-or u kuiiii jiin 0r plastering, write. 1.. K. Culk , il.ii. W ''A I'nr U'il. II,,...... ... , . vnwn.i, illuming loin, KOHH. I 'or Sale--Six tin,.,, h,lllM t(, lots in Deer Island. I'rie, t(L (Uile. Minor L. Olson, (i,,bl, For Halo-White Leghorn ; iiiciuiiiiiK our iireiMieru. Tli laying,. Hook orders new to, J miiciieii iiuoito iHliind Ited chicks. Will have , UinM ,t.i or luitcliliiK eggs ut reduced after April 16. A. M. wwi Helens, Ore. GO TO CliUPCH or Eong. BACHELOR FLAT funeral services will bo hold at Kelso. Tho Chief. No prospects of summer yet. Mat George of Warren, spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Uumgardner last week. Miss Hellen Larson is homo for a week's vacation. Miss Madeline Thomas' father of Goble, called on her last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ilirrklread enter tained some old friends at supper last week. Those present wero Mr. RAINIER. t Paul C. Morton of Portland, p Monday nigh, in R..'nier, tho guest i Recitation of his friends, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Trow. A number of Robert To.ler's I Harry Cooper Dialogue Flea Powder John, Elmer und Tyru ! Song At Twilight Inez, H 11.1 11 r. Lillle, Elvira, and Martha Pat's Mistake Frederic Marraccl Dialogue Seeing the Ghost Anna, Eva, and lllossoni Quartet Tho Moonlight Sall.Kath- L'l lend J walked in upon blur last Sun-1 reen, Anna, Walter, and Alpheirs day to remind him of a birthday lie ! Recitation Whan the Minister war, having. ! c ('"m"I8I l( TV; ' J,;l",", 1,;lk"r , , . Song-Lii;ten W hile the Raindrops 1. W. Munyn, formerly owner of i stnR Eight Girls tho Rainier bakery ut this nlace. ban ! Dialoiree Tim AiilIiI.Ii.iiq i.'itn.,r and Mrs. Henry Uumgardner i)lircililsn(i a bakery at Roseburg. Ore-1 Theodore and Veriier Mr. Ira Uumgardner of Clatskatrie. ' nml lul9 lrfl to lilke cllar(,e Mrs. I. liumgardner and Mrs. llurk- bead wero girlhood chums. Mrs. Ed Watts left hero Sunday morning for nn extended visit with ! Song Mother's Prayer I Eric, Carl, and Myrtle I Eighth Grade Graduation Recitation If We Knew ... A tr it A nil i.i.,.i. through tho flat last wopIj. ou bin nnd neighbors cavo her a farewell I ('lass Protlllol'V r.'.OIiitr f'.filirli. lu., F. M. Fowler of Rainier passed her parents in Idaho. Her friends! way home from Portland with a new parly Friday afternoon. Oakland car. lie called at the home,' Tho G. A. R. post will hold menr of his daughter, Mrs. Guy Lillich, 1 orial ceremonies at tho K. P. ceme and took her and the little grand- iery May no, in the afternoon, and in daughter for a spin in the new car. 'their announcement they kindly in Mr. Fowler was smiles all over. vite the assistance of tho ladles. Well, election is over. Somo are Mrs. Artlrur Hryant gavo a dinner all smiles and others are looking very last Sunday evening in honor of L. forlorn. II. Marsh of Astoria, Oregon. Those Several of the young folks from , who enjoyed the hospitality wero Mr. here attended tho school exercises : and Mrs. Dellast, Miss Lucille Hobbs, . pastor. The church will be suitably i at Warren last night and spokn very; W. F. Marsh of Rainier, L. R. Marsh, decorated. Special music will be ren- j highly of it. There will also bo ex- Mr. Rover of Spokano and tiro host dered. The public and old veterans ! ercises here beforo long. Announce- and hostess. of the civil war especially invited. ment later on. lie watching for It Since school closed Prof. Urehaut, for Miss Thomas is drilling tho chil like a certain spirit of which we read, dren faithfully. WHY EXPERIMENT? Si, Flour Freda Jones had quite an exciting tirno with her car when taking out of town ladies to their homes after tho Uorstu meeting. It seems a vehicle ! obstructed tho way and in trying to , get around rnmo tho car mired and h'.id to l.o extricated, causing Miss Jones considerable trouble. Review. COLUMBIA CITY Reading Getting Into a Rut, and Getting Out Alpheirs Wellborn Address to tho Class C. E. Lake Class Roll Wilbur Alpheus Well born, Walter II. Lund, Vomer E. In lander, Agnes Matilda Anderson. Esther II. Gahrlelson. Presentation of Diplomas W. L. Dunton Good-by Song Orchestra. Refreshments. ' Class motto Not at the top, but climbing. Clai.! colors Whl!r and green. ( lass flower Wlilio carnation. In competition with A I.I. OTHER M.Ol'P.S received the highest possible uwurd, tiro ORAM) PRIZE at I'miiiin a-Pn; iiie Iiiteiiiutionnl Exposition Use the best and you are always satisfied 22 MASON, EHRMAN & CO., pSSr Central Market Phono an Ii. I. I'Ll'.MMER, 1'iop. FRESH and CURED MEATS FISH and POULTRY Wo sell government inspected beef. Result: trade Unit comes back again, lilio Oliver Twist. They "Cull for more.!" RIGHT FROn THE START Don't wult until the lust minute to net your uit for the Fourth of July. The difference between HL'VIXO a suit anil ORDKRI.N'O A HCIT is the difference between itettinK an article RIGHT FROM THE START und torrectiim a finished product. Take your sprintf suit, shall it be a niuke-U.for-"anyl)ody" model, that MIGHT Imp. pen to fit you, or shall It be Individually Tailored, Styled for yon, rut for you garment? Answer. It should be VOl'K choice of hun dreds of choice woolens, the pattern YOU 1,1 HE, the style YOU WANT, the kind of tailoring YOU Mik'l), und fit you demand. The price no more than you puy for a stock product. m Kindly give us a cull and dictate your own tailoring instructions. J. F. RYAN, Merchant Tailor ' St. Helens, Oregon A parly r-.t Door Island was somo- .-. nut t:ui prised a few days ago by Kama and fish warden. .us. j. rurrngard.ier or Salem, was vh-il'iig iit Willis lluirrgardner's, at Columbia City, one of her sons. She !.:.(! been at Clatskanio and liaeholor I Flat to visit her other two sons und their families. Mrs. J. S. liumgardner matin a trip to visit relatives at thi.-i place. She had not been hero for eight years. She thought thero had been some Im provement in tho pluco. Itiron Caples just arrived at Col umbia City, where ho was mliterl, to visit Ills mother and other relatives. Ills mother being very poorly lie was anxious to eco her. She was a Mc llrido, an old time pioneer and a sis ter of T. A. Mcltrlde. A few days ago thero was a young cougar killed just above this place. It had caught u small pig and carried it across tho road. Tire animal got the pig from Charles Kuhl'g place. Tho cougar measured 5 feet, 7 Inches, raid weighed about 50 pounds. Chester Maxwell and wife nro visit ing his mother at this place. Their homo Is at Contralla, Wash. Notice Any person or persons who has a nog or dogs that run through the n-nnilu t.n.l I, i.O.,,H - . . . ...,,,., ,ij, KIimo nrriis or gamo animals, nre hereby notified to Uko tho said dog or dogs up and , l:et;p them up, nnd if they do not the isaid parties shall bo fined, and In icaso nny gamo warden sees these dogs j In tho woodii they may kill or destroy , tho dogs al any linro. UY A GAME WARDEN. HAMMOND CAMP Miss Verna Rice and Mr. Will Har lan were (.uletly married In I'liiTtaiiil Monday afternoon, anil returned to Hammond to visit Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Mortun Tuesday. They were sur prised I y their maMy rrii'iil.s Tuesday night by a charivari, after wM.-i, everyone adjourned to tho school hoiiso und danced until 12 o'clock Mr. am! Mrs. Harlan will make their home In Timber, wVero tltn groom is emp.oyed at the McClure logging camp as hook tender. We all Join In wishing them good luck und happl- '-' m inetr new home. aim Mrs. S. C. Mortan attend ed tho dedication of tho church nt Helena lac.t Sunday. M. Stover, a timber faler, was injured i,y n f;liMB tlnil.or the first or tno week. Mr,, . .. ' ""K'i gamine and Mrs. V. limes spent .Saturday in Rainier The Hammond school children be- mi next week practicing r hearsal for the ,,y ..Mu(, ,)f Silver Slipper,' which they will ,)r,.. ! OMt I.'rl.l.. w , ' -zoning, ftiuy 2li, The play is give,, mi(1(,r tho ,rfi(;tl))n ()f her, Miss A. Lucille Hobbs UPPER NEHALEM The First Annual May Festival of eiiniem valley tok place o..ronia rTlilay, May 19. Mlu Mav rillenn -m ...i ... . other sports wero the onl,,- .., ., . ly. with a well-attended rnstk, in iou oventng. 'rii.. i, . nii.iiuui BIICCenH liltmwll " iivrui appropriately m.lrk. the closing of tho first vonr'. ,..i..i... iJon!!PI,rN,!,'Ulmn TvilKh'; This organization is comprised of Km teachers, representing ool9 and no K't'llOOl, h Onco a month during the ilMt .l.ol term theKo teachers l,:,vo " for the purpose 0f relf-advuncer, r-.ofessionully. Molll0(, 1 ( iiiigrcgatloiiiil ( bun h The Coiigregailonal church will not lime services Sunday lu the morning or evening, but will hold the regular Siinduy school service and Chrlft'an Endeavor lu tlio eve ning. M. E. ( biin li 11 a. m - Sermon. A inernorlal -erinon irr honor of our soldier loi h A special invitation i i given veterans of all our wars to be present. S p m. Sermon Theme, "What Our General Conference Has Done." Every member of our church should hear this, and many others will want to he ir it. Come. !' N. SANDII'ER, Pastor lor S:ll Cheap-- Plve-lwm Kino, G-horsii boiler with atlm-liineut and truck: n camel back express WaKun w, wagon aiilo to curry SfiOOlbi, l'- M P. HAZt Wanted Eresh row with ono fresh noon, from Vni. tiinkton. Wrlto partlculan Vuh llullu, Chnpmun, Or. I wuut to rent culllYiibblt lllld IWIHturil laliil' r:ih pahi i ....... ..Hk , full description und price. Fiji niiiitu, MiiHhmilro, .Ki.ippoiMt, koii. I Kor fluln-.Shudeliuid Cii , Seed Outs, American Woodwi , llurbank Seed potato; ml loone; milk cows. C, J. Urtot i 1016, Wnrren, Oro. Plenty of money to loin n rule. No delny. E. It. Illckia Plttock block, Porthintl, Ore St. Helens dairy wants your milk and cream orders. Phone, 107. They're Glad to Carry Hi CASTOR I A For Infanta and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears J? - t I1C Svnatuic of H. M. TERRY THE MOTOR TROUBLE MAN i:'i t Mai hlnUt. I'.rltif; your auto lionbles in Murine work a specialty. Shop t SI. Helens garage. Phone 57 PUD ES AI.W.WH lll..SO.j,: our miitchlesa Hre.id. llolliiJ because they know they tut' I and give satisfuctlim, lntlM ' lug up the count It ut Inns o( oi; young. Wo wunt you to v llroad once, nnd nrter that I want It nt your table nil tlif III line only tho bust nml purt ' und other Ingredient St. Helens Bakol ST. HELENS PORTIAND AUTO LINE SHEPIIARD Ultos, Props. W'llEDl ,.; A. M. p. M l.v. St. Helens .... 7-:i0 i :lv Warr" 7; I ', : ; s'H'iok.i i:n:, 2.(l Ar. I'ortland n:-jf) 3!.,J'J ''"rthind )o.(M) w A'' t- Helens M.ri0 Hiiliirdiiys mill HiindaN special trip leaving St. eo'H 0 p. m I-eavn Portland 11 p. m. KELIABLE SERVICE l"'lng t.u.o h, palm tiniu. a full I! no of the best ,mlltH ,, ,, Mucklo Ilardwarn Company J. H. CR0NKITE Ht. lleleiiH, Oro, ium:t wokk ContTactor - Builder SAND N'.. at foot HI. I,.,(.H Hlr0,.t I'hoim ,r wrllo Steamer HooHol OltKI.V NINTH Utl. Mo" riii:ir;ini.(J, toui.vh i1 KXt'l'KHIONH PiiKneiiger MrcinuiniMlsll111" '1 fit oople. OihhI Service lU'iiminuI'lf IW" I-euvo ('alls ut I'rcd I'liono i!H. 0. STAMPOLI-S EXPERT SHOEMAKER a" str,,,,, ,rNt!;.;;,;; N,'Xl " """W Market CENTRAL CflifEClll W. II. IHtOW'EK. IT"'!- ri3itno TOILET ARTICLES, CANDl&i CIGARS ANw TOBACCO I'liono OH Next t Ontrid Murk" in. i ii nlK ni'ii yim iiiiwi" - j your Ikiunp, yon re '"j ..nh our n subHcrllKirs. In addlll' w "j you may talk with 'J In uny Wmlwn Hlato. Ico I i belter than J your npplliatlon fur ' notv. 5 ST.