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WEST ST. HELENS Mrs. Up. Fuller, who lias been sick for several weeks at the home of Mrs. D. It. Colo near tills city, has fully recovered and left Sunday for Comby, where her husband. Dr. Fuller, has his office. The Drs. Fuller expect to spend the summer months at Coos Hay. Miss Helen White Is vitiiting at Portland. She expects to return to West St. Helens in about two weeks. A full house greeted the pastor of the M. E. church on Sunday morning at the services in the Iloulton church. In the evening "Dad" Hazen drove up to Warren, took supper at M. N. Baker's, returning after the evening Bervice in the M. E. church at that place. Miss Beth Perry spent the week among friends at Portland, incident ally taking in the Rose festival. G. W. Perry's family is enjoying a pleasant visit by a niece of Mrs. Terry, who arrived from the east in time to see Oregon roses and sample Oregon cherries. Wo prophesy that after enjoying such luxuries she will be reluctant to leave the west. Aaron Kelly and wlfo motored to Portland Friday to see the wind up of the Rose festival. In fact, about all the highly favored citizens en joyed like privileges, while we who were not so permitted remained at home and enjoyed the festival with the "absent treatment method." We stay-at-homes, however, saved our cash and "mebbie" may go next time. Some of our more venturesome citi zens, believing that the long-delayed summer weather had finally arrived, donned their straw and Panama hats and exhibited themselves on the street. The next day it clouded up and was cold. Then the discarded old felt hat resumed its reign. The last two days have seen the dethrone ment of the felt again and the sway of the lighter headgear. In fact, the weather has made the wearing ap parel business as changeable as the Mexican situation. The news of the nomination of Justice Hughes for president of the United States by the Kepubllcun con vention at Chicago was hailed with delight by all the Republicans of this city. Already the Republicans say that business prosperity is assured, for they prophesy a landslide both of Progressives and Democrats In fa vor of Mr. Hughes. While the Demo crats are whistling to keep up their courage and are prophesying an easy walkover for Mr. Wilson, who will certainly be nominated by their party at its convention In St. Louis. We prophesy a clean cnmpulgn, free from the mud slinging incident to too many political campaigns, us both the can didates are honorable Christian geu tlemen. Elaborate preparations are being made for the celebration of Children's day by the Houlton M. E. church. The church will be handsomely decorated and a fine program presented. Miss Nettie Amelia Snyder has charge of tho arrangements. Mrs. B. I. Plummer and her little daughters returned from Salem and Anmsvllle where they have been visit ing for a couple of weeks. B. I. tired of semi-batching and lonesome. ! went up to Portland on Sunday and ! escorted them home. ! The S. P. & S. R. It. Co! has set a fine example for the city by repair j ing the walk across their property, I putting up a new rail banister. Now, ! why can't or don't the city order 1 the sidewalks of WeBt St. Helens re- paired; in some cases rebuilt? At . the present time the sidewalk from j the railroad track to the M. E. church is not only dangerous to walk on, ' but is a positive disgrace to any city 1 or town. The council should give us these needed improvements. Come, gentlemen of the council, ! be fair. West St. Helens Is part of the city. The Improvement of this part is an improvement of the whole. Let us all unite for a bigger, better, finer city a greater St. Hel ens. We have the deep water, fine shipping facilities by water and rail; we have unlimited resources of all kinds. Let us all boost. The Ladles' Aid Society meeting at tho residence of the pastor on Wed the residence of iho pastor on Wednesday, June 7, was a most en joyable affair. Tho society is plan ning for aggressive work for the com ing summer months. H. E. Plummer of Portland, mo tored down to Houlton Sunday, visit ing at the homo of Rev. S. Snyder, and returning to Portland In the cve n i lit,'- , SCAPPOOSE 1 THE GEM THEATRE THE BEST OF THE MOVIES FRIDAY r.epnuins of the great serial THE GRAFT Don't miss this initial number. SATURDAY A mixed program of interesting num bers. SUNDAY "SECRET LOVE" with Helen Ware, Broadway's star actress, supported by an all star cast. You cannot jiffonl to miss this great treat. PLEASE BEAR IN MIND THAT Sundays and Wednesdays are our Feature Days. Fridays are our Serial Days. And a good program every other day in the week. Admission, 5 and 10c Come to THE GEM Mrs. J. J. Havulak waB seriously 111 last Monday and Tuesduy, but is now convalescing. Floye Clodfelteu, from Sherman county, was the guest of Miss Ruth I Duncan on Wednesday. Ch.ua. Leonard passed his exumlnn ' Hons creditably at Corvallls 0. A. C. and has returned home for the vaca j tion. I A big struwherry social was held I at the country home of Dr. B. Hlatch ford. Miss Gladys Johnson and Miss Lorlel Blutchford acted as hostesses. I A large crowd was In attendance. The . proceeds are to be given to swell the "new church fund." There is a stupendous forest fire raging In the mountains about Chap man camp. Fire originated from a pump boiler. Dr. Klynn was in town on Tuesday of this week. Mrs. Burt Braim spent the week end ill'' Rainier, visiting her husband. Mrs. E. M. Watts and daughter Maude, with the D. TV. Price family, were Portland visitors during the carnival week. Herman and Norman Miller were metropolis visitors last week. The girls club met at the homo of Mrs. D. W. Price for the purpose of electing officers. Albert Johnson and I.ou Snyder moved their cattle to their high-water pasture on Tuesday. D. W. Price and family and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Price motored to Ore gon City to visit a cousin lust Sun day. The Englerts are repairing the Gem hotel and are making prepara tions to move In the near future. Harold & Wright Road Show ap peared hero Monday evening in "The School Master." Tho play and songs were well appreciated by the large audience in attendance. Burt West and family attended the Rose carnival In Portland Tuesday night. Victor Watts visited' his cousin, George Hurtness of Portlund, and took In the Rose show. Otis Dubois, while working in Chapman camp last Friday, received injuries from a brake lever which knocked out many of his upper teeth and some of the lower ones, also cut both Hps badly. Miss Eva M. Allison was quite in disposed the first part of last week. Miss Allen has a millinery store in Portland and was compelled to re- " . i .... rrinnilH. Mr. and Mrs, nmln at her country nomu but was able to resume work on . J lmve asters Roderick and Uusk.i.j he,,, busy the put t '" ,U, diford were guests In the home for the crop, and tho boys of the o r uml, Charles Dograffe In j not, h bo-hood are earning money or t air urn... , The Warren berries Portland. i, ! kv M. Keiale. Mrs. B. Van- are very flue this year cleave' niece, underwent a very serl una operutlon at the Good Samaritan hospttul last Saturday. Another man working at the Chap man camp was Injured on Thursday, lecelvlng some very bad cuts In the face. Three accidents in u week Is becoming rather numerous. BACHELOR FLAT Mrs. Man Hlsney enjoycu a inp v en the Columbia lllghwuy with Port land friends Friday. Mrs. ( . J. AndcrHon uud daughter attended the Hobo festival Thursday. Andrew Kilcksou of yulney. Ore gon, visited his brother, Juo Krlek son. Sr.. und family lust week. The Tennis Club held their moet Iiik In Frleksou's hull Tuesduy eve ning and had a good time tutting Ice Miss Ililinu Morion spent a few I cream and playing Karnes. Several days In Warren and attended Grange j new members were admitted to the while there. j111""' Mrs. C. C. Mover was shopping In! Mr. House has been transferred by Iloulton lust week. ' t railroad company to Seaside for Miss Thomas visited with the Hen-! the summer, and left for his new net family lust week. i homo Tuesduy with his family. Frank Mrs. Vanneta and Miss Wlxtrom Walker was sent hero from Wlll vhslted with Mrs. Gondmun lust week, j bridge. Mrs. It. A. I.llllch of yulncy. vls-i Mrs. Sundslrntn. who has been Ited with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Mar- Lulto III, Is Improving. Slip a few Prince Albert smokes into your system! Copriiiktimkr R. i. kajrawloa TaMM Ca. You've heard manv an earful ahnnt the Prinre AlSort patented process that cuts out hite anrl narrri nnH ltQ vnn smoke your fill without a comeback! Stake vmir hank mil that it uruves uut everv nour oi tne nav. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or Dremiums. We prefer to give quality 1 There's sport smoking a pipe or.rolling your own, but you know that you've got to have the right tobacco! We tell you Prince Albert will bang the doors wide open for you to come in on a good time nring up every little so olten, without regret! SI I 'i i . the national joy smoke YouU feel like vour smoke oast has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot back up for a fresh start. You swing on this say-so like it was a tip to a tnousana-dollar bill i it s worth that in happi ness and contentment to you, to every man who knows what can be gotten out of a chummy jimmy pipe or a makin's cigarette with Prince Albert for "packing"! - ' - ..nmw' arrm n -xurw -r lib K. J. ETN0LDS TOBACCO CO. Wiaataa-Jalaa, B.C. Thla la tha nvflm no or lb udy raa ua fHE Prlnca 1) Albart tldr rad tin, and In fact, avary Prlnca Albert packaga, haa . a raal maaaaga-to-you 1 on itaravaraaalda. You'll raad: "Procaia Patantad July 30th. 1907." That rnaana that tha United StalaaOovarn mant haa grantad a oatant on tha procaaa br which Prlnca Alhatt la mada. And by which ionium bitm and Mroar pmrch ara cuf our Bvary- wnara tobacco la aold you'll And rnnca moan awaiting you In tODDV rod baaa.Sc: tldv rao una, locj handaomd pound andhair-Dound tin humldora and In that clavar cryatal- giaaanumldor.wlth aponga - molatanar top, that kaapa tha tooacco in aucn Ana condition-" alwayal tin White of St. Helens, und her sou Guy Ulllch of the Klut. lust week. Mrs. T. Gorrell of Warren, called on Mrs. G. Llllleli lust week. Miss llllmn Morton and Miss Klor- ........ 1 .,ru,.n vtullo.l with Mm ( ,, i.i , i pointed vice president of the Clutrt- l'eteraon and Mrs. HuniKurdner last 1 . . ... week. Miss Mary Tliomus Is spending the week with her Bister, Mls.i Madeline. COLUMBIA CITY There will be plenty of loses for tliu Hoso show. Willis lluuiKiirdiier has been up- FLAG DAY OBSERvn The birthday of 10 A Willi I. Iiu.trvi.il 1.. n . "KL njiiiui.li..u .It..... ' !' m. u.npiuy of .... The vurliiiin at.. 1 Ul, dunces wuro deeorui.oi i... . ' bletn of llborty so d,.r , "' vi r.ui'11 icuii people The riuK of today Wu, the Continental 1777. und after the rt.n ,"' " " was niad, u Unlay Horn, of I'lilludidphlib oral Wushlnutmi ti...'.. ' usod ut Kort Btanwlx. ai,.....m . . . ""ill tonvruHii luior provhli.,1 tiiW tTiilou. onu atnr be u.l.u.i .... of the flan. TRY OUR WANQ Two good tiilltrh ocwa tT will Irailo for mvt nuwk. J It'll... ..a 1 iinvii. For Halo or Trude.-si, house, convenient locatli,.. ti ees, Kood gurden and Urge a yurd. Heasonubltt turim. u rent money buy you a loru, J C. Morton at Mist officii I For llent A nlx-rouin im I ly new. Talk to Hum. knnio ItiiHti show. He bus growliiK about 100 ror.o IniHliea. There Is not less thun fifteen hundred or two thou- ... . . , i . i . i .. .... , sand roses in bloom ut this plum We do not know what hus become; of Mr. lluiiiKiirdner. Don't think he has been any place lately. 1 '"'''' Y '"' The Sewing Club met with Mr,. now. Tl.eyureplaMngmo.it GlaiMieurt last week, and there wus 0Vl"' l,u' a very good turnout and lots of work "rol,, "K'rlner '"' Bcui done. Mrs. Gladheurt served a very M,UU wa" ,lown ,u ",w l,,H f",,",r uml nice lunch, which everyone enjoyed, i a day or two ago. Tho club will meet with Mrs. Simons For Halo or room house and (wo lota la si Hits, for horses, cattlb orirJ ... ... "A a duress iack llox 351. g, or. For Uule Good liorw, hariJ buggy; chuap. Iloj !sj, gL J Tliursduy, June 22. Come everybody. There will be a school meeting Monday, June 19, ut 2 p. in., to elect a new director and clerk. GO TO CHURCH rur a goon Jm) r plustorlng. write I,. K. Caller. iiier or urreu, j RAINIER Mrs. Kerns left Sunday morning for an extended visit east to Kansas City and other points. She was ac companied by her mother. Mr. und Mrs. Al. Knight have re turned to Huinler to make their fu ture home. Mr. Knight hus accepted the position as sawyer at the Amer ican Exporting Co. mill. The local order of Knights held their regular election of officers lust Monday evening and elected the fol lowing officers: A. J. Wagstaff, C. C; F. E. Nixon, V. C; h. V. Austin, prelate; C. I. Hooghklrk, W. of M.; P. W. Itoush, W. at A.; I. lluddee, I. G.; G. Summons, O. U. The Rainier Sweet Tea show Is Ciiiigregutioiiul Church "Jimmy" l'ulmer of tho l'ortlulid ' V. M. C. A., will conduct all tliu Her . vices of the church. Sunday school, 10 u. m. Hegulur morning worship, II o'clock. Subject, "The Open Door." V. T. 8. C. K , 7 p. 111. Leader. Mary Walker. Subject, "The Value of Cheerfulness." I Evening services. S o'clock. Sub ject. "Ilreukiiig lloni"! Ties." Mr. Palmer will slug the beautiful solo, "The Penitent," at tho evening service. For Hule llouan and tad, also cholco building hid ( lloari. For Sale Six rtiun hoaJ lots in Deer Isluml, I'rlca able. HI imr I.. Oh on, Colli. For 8ule Tho Geo. Until Talk to Itos. I want to rent cultlraiikk and pusturu land; ruah nut. full description and price. FrJ Sin lib, KiultliHhlre, Scappoo. goii. M. K. Chiin h I 10 a. in. A llvo Sunduy school session. Classes for all ages and both sexes. i 11 a. in. Sermon. Theme, "Itest, In a Restless Agu." 7 p. in Epworth League. Topic, "ClirlMtlurt A,.(ltrliu A II ., . staged for June 30. The committee ,, H-j; For Hale-Shuili'lunJ tii Seed Outs. American Wondtn llurbunk Beeil Putiitoei; Ml i Iiminp; mil It cowt. (', J. Unci 101-6. Warren, Ore. Sermon on "Tlio Automo Invention for Character' nn ft lf.,i t untn u, I u lii.u nMK ...,l ... nlsh vases at the hall for everybody ! n,e. ' ' so that no trouble will be expert-1 i', K i-iiucu in nuriiig nuuicieni vases to t-., ... arrange exhibits. fl;r"" " that the theu.es George McGlll. a logger of Clats-1 " .' "T '""I'0"" "r" of V,,al curr"'" ' i lie llieuiea will l. .lla. Plenty of money to loan rate. No delay. B. H. Illris Plltock block, Portland, 0r For Kent A suite of oflln in Hunk Iiulldlng. Columbli. Hank. kanle, was hit by the Portland-Seaside train while walking on the rull road track betwen this place and Itlnearson. It uppears that Mr. Mc Glll was on his way to Italnler and had stepped off of the track Just ahead of tho up train and In doing so turned his ankle on a loose rock, NOTICK fulling hack against the engine. He was taken from tho train at this nhim and iu being cured for at the Italnler T1'" r""J"""der has filed his ac l lty Hospital. It is not thouk-ht that 1 ?.'i'!!!"l.!,?..?.f t.!, '"'Provement of the h cuaseti with cunilor. Every present or prospective automolille owner, chauffeur or chuuffeuiiu should lieur tho latti.r. F. A. .SAN'DII'EK, .Minister. Lost Aul oblhi atartlun somewhere on roud bptwwiS ens and Iloulton. Kinder mil Independent Auto Co. u4 f' rewurd. F COMP lUilth. .KTlOV OK For Hale -Heglsterea Jw! and nluo registered lliilntell " V. Perry, Houlton, Ore. Ity Hospital. It is not thought that ' riottr'TlinL u'" l""ri",v,,""!"1 of '" .-U. an, serious. o 'i! Ihii llllf. progrum of the Italnler Jol" Keating, and any person firm ( hautatuiuu is bl(;ger thun ever bo- ' , c"rP'ratlon, having objections to fore for this year, both for nuulity ' i ,, lh ;"1";l'l"llo,' work. ' -".a folks'are Z 2 ZTS bo regaled with America's premier ' 'lrk. " 1 uiily ui.;i iuiii.;rs, urusts, orators, und ' l" day of Juno, 1D1G musicians. After six months of the 2G-2 A' K' ,!A,NKTT, utmost care In preparation, the man-! - County Clerk. ' agement of the western cliautuuo.ua r. Kti.nH l,.ve U. curl11 have perfected a program that reg-, lieavm. Price 1; for H.lIo ,)y ,., Isters the high-water mark in Inter- 'Irugglsts. est and attract ivi-ness. July 8 to 111. ' Itovlew. WARREN MIhs Uuth Peterson, who Is work ing In Portlund, visited her parents Sunday. The strawberry social by the Luth oran League Frhluy evening was very successful. After a good program, cake, strawberries, cofreo und buns weio nold. All enjoyed tliu evening. Mrs. August Wurner and iluughter Ituby of Portland, visited Mrs. Aug ust Johnson this week. They were neighbors in Kansas. Sam Duhlgren ,.m mii; Haiinn sanustroin obtained a marriage cense in St. Helena Juno 8 attended the Uouo festival Junn a where they were married. A surprise f'-r their many friends who have kept them busy receiving congratulations Mrs. C, II. McKee of McMlnnvllle visited her brother-in-law, J. , Mcl Kce, and family over Sunduy. Arthur Lund, Mr. and Mrs. Ilakor Mrs. Disney, Claudlo Iterglund, Miss Mury Dahlgron. Mrs. Loomis . and Mrs. Spalding and Itoss were among tho Hose show visitors Fri day. Mr. and Mrs. Donnott Pearson of Turner, Oregon, visited their old. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears Sienaturtof 7 All lliiw. Cull ll H" ' Court imiiih Tretml H'l'OP AT ORCADIA HOTEL TIIOH. IrilUSTHK. ( hi. ken DliiittT HnniUl H.Ti:H $I.IM PFIt 1'V1P' SN litl Ititles t Itegulsr II They J. H. CRONKITE Kt. HeleiiN, On-. AIIIMIT WOltK Contractor -Builder SAND Nlil lit fool Nt., I'limui or write Steamer Hoom OKUIV HIIKI'llAlil'-'H I ltl.l(;iITI0, TOWIN" KxcnwioN" l'aHMenKer mttiiiimol"' no MHiple. ;od Hervlce KeaNOllle H 1-oavo Call- at l'"rl """i ' 0. STAMIOLI:S I K"1 sOEMAKER All Work Hi.i,.n. ... . ... ""J ''irsn.-iiiHs Next to .eorKo'N Murkne HT. HKLICNH, OHIO. CENTRAL mSK w. ll. iUM)Wi:. IW' TOILET! likuuji ..nil ARTICLES, CANDi CIGARS AN TOBACCO IMiono ! !.. '..ut nil M'