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fWVICTVVVVVVV V Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Mary Hollaud r MIQT MITIKfi ot Sc;lPP0!e were visiting at the LITHO 1 FJ10 1 homo ot A g Hlirrilion thl8 week. A&AAAAA&Aj&AI V. U. Hewitt, consulting engineer Talk to Ross. ! f the shipbuilding compitny, Is in Fine Hox Candies at the Royal.' : Portland on business for his com For Sale A sawmill. Talk to I puny. Ross. Brick Cream on Sunday at the Royal. Weatherly's ice cream at Fred Watkins' every day. Try our Marshmallow Sunda. The Royal Confectionery. II. F. McCormlck and J. It. Price, were in Astoria Wednesday looking j over the two steamers which are be-i ing built thero for the McCormlck ; people. The St. Helens band will be outj Saturday evening and will play for Don't forget that the St. Helens i the new Moose lodge to be Instituted dairy wants to please you. Phone 107. that evening. X. O. l.arrabee was a business vis- j J. C. Palmer, social service secre itor to Portland on Monday and Tues- ' tary of the Portland Y. M. C. A., will rtav . conduct all the services of the Con- Tho best assortment of smoking gregational church Sunday, June 18. i tobacco and cigarettes at tho Royal : He. will sing the beautiful solo, "Thei Confectionery. j Penitent," at the evening service. Mr. St. Helens Creamery wauls to buy Palmer will also occupy tho pulpit j your cream always; market quota-! on June 25. tions. Phone 115. tf i Mrs. F. Erickson of Portland, was Mrs. J. R. Hobbs left for Portland j down Sunday visiting her husband, Monday afternoon, where she will Fred Erickson, one of the foremen remain for several days. '; at the shipyard. She was accom- G. M. Fife, who sells the "Say So" panied by her two children. As soon 1 and "Sun Ray" line of cigars, was as Mr. Erickson can obtain a suitable a business visitor here Monday. ; residence ho expects to movo hisj Mrs. A. E. Draper of Seattle, and family to St. Helens. I. M 3 Mine- Pctrova WHAT WILL PEOPLE SAY A photo drama based on Rupert Hughes" famous story dealing with the problem of answering the call "of heart" or "of wealth." A girl des perately In love with one. marries another because of his wealth. She later discovers her husband accept ing the love of his former mistress. The girl decides that she has the right to accept the love ofrercd her from the one she turned aside. Hut what will the people say? How the husband discovers her; how he, be coming maddened with jealoiiH.v, at tempts to murder her ami how love finally wins out is graphically por trayed In this absorbing photo play. Sunday & Monday ADMISSION 5 and 15 cents WEDNESDAY AITi:M AM KVK.'IM IIAKOLD LOCKWOOI) v and MAY ALLISON in a Dig Play THE OTHKIt NIUH OF Till'.' lMlt In Five Parts. ami "ON THE STILL HUNT" A One Lung liugli. Matinee C and 10 Cents Evening 6 and 15 Cent ulljr tnmit uHuutttt Mrs. Martin Whlto received word ; ROSE SHOW 1 1i w lf nf t lirt limit It nf luir lirn. ' . . . . .tm -r Mr. C. D. Scott of Los Angeles, Cal., Theodore Berg left Sunday for Spo-! ther M s i nioI, w,licU occurr.d mbilVAL. are guests of Mrs. W. R. Dinham : kane. where he goes to accept a po-j Jul 6 ut Medicine Hat, Alberta. j The ladies of the Episcopal Guild thls week- sition with some quarry concern. , Mrs. T. C. Watts of Reuben, sent will Hold their third annual rose Try our chocolate drinks tho best j Teddy is an expert blockmnker and : us , a 8(alk of c,()Ver wllidl lm,Il8. ! mIow ulll Htrawlierry festival at the chocolate syrup by odds in the city, will surely give satisfaction to his. ures jugt exact,y 40 ,ncheg , loiigth. CtitUl Hull Tuesday afternoon. June You be the judge. Just try it. Royal ; employers. His family will remain u wa8 founJ growlll(, , u felc0 oor ., ,,rom r , 7 , u( t.V(.llinK ,ln Confectionery. on the ranch for the present, as Mr. lfr am th wee(,g whQ Um, , ,)(( , , H,raw. . I T ..,, t. l.n 1 ..4 I.. - . Mrs. J. M. Rodgers, accompanied j & .jhj.ie( iu w uuai.111. uinj u icw , jQyyj" call't be raiaed in Columbia i berries and cream, but u regular meal by her son Carl, arrived Monday i motlis. night from Salt Lake, Utah, and is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. C. Mor ton Farmer M. F. Hazen left some splendid specimens of strawberries at this office the other day. They I tounty?. I. A. Smith was a Portland bound passenger on the steamer Oeorgiana Tuesday evening. Ho came back of everything that is good, all for 25 centi!. Everybody Is requested to bring In roses for competition. Prizes will be offered as follows: Class A Most perfect rose, 12 vaileties, one of a kind. Class 11 Six varieties. 3 of a kind. U. L. Tarbell, president of the Col-1 Clans C One dozen of a kind. umbai County Fair Association, was; Class I) .Most perfect single rose, in the city Wednesday completing j Class E Largest anil best collec- , viewed bv tho hundreds of siuht- ti., .. ... ... , . urruiigeiiieiiis ior uie puiiiicauou 01 uou any mini ikt 01 varieties, one 01 . 1 tiny wi- o uuiiti u ciiriouiLv miu m- . . . , - , me annual premn At the annual meeting of the Ore- i "e the 'arg0t We h"v" notic ' Wednesday evening, driving a brand ...... Ul iB, p,uu ncw Maxwell uutomohile. which he Eiue uy side measured just one foot gon Postmasters' Association held in Portland last week, Mrs. Iva E. Dodd, postmistress at this place, was re elected treasurer. He alto left some freak potatoes. Ono will use for both business and pleas- had a potato growing on the inside with about half of it exDOscd. The Tho South Dakota passed down the othor ,,ad v.,rfoU8 ruimcrs wltll ; river Sunday. The stately fighter small Dotatoeg Erowillir on the ends seers who lined the river banks in lracted considerable attention the various shady nooks. The Ore-. tI T . . , , .' . ' II. L. Davenport, temporary man gon passed down Saturday. ; ..,,., , .,. u.. iu 111 list. They will .-. kind. be ready for distribution In about j Itoses to be In the hands of the ten days. ; committee before 12 o'clock, and to .f U V. Ilmtpnn oftltn rtt lia U.,n-: I....... .....1.. ........1....! ...I.I t. ti., ,i,rt , " " ' v ' w utiic i.mii iiLitiijiit'ii will! lllllllti III iu... u.p.u,,c,nc state8 Telephone & Telegraph ator, published at Rainier, the offi-! rose,-, at the mill, has made arrangement -.ompnny lln effort to further In- p1hi k ,,f P ,! f, ti... I for the erection t ; u bungalow. U. ,:rcise the eificien y of the service, gon dumnin, was a visitor to this city ! L. Mcinsli, lute o. Use Pure I-ood n,ni.fi u'mii . j... .... . I 1""-7 M ( iimrbuuy. i ne ivusi ucKnowieuges a i TAKE NOTICE Bakery, has the coi;t work. ct for the :;n experioaced operator of Rainier.! fraternal call. Satunfay, Juno 17, Is the last day Miss Womack and Miss Edrlo LeBare v O Larrahee received a tnlii7r-im i 1111 wll'ch you can enroll yourself us Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Smith arrived are in charge of the board with Miss, Thursday morning from his son Earl I a ;l'urt,,r member of the Loyal Order hero this week from Concordia, Kan., Dorothy Johns as sub-operator. Mr. i,arrahee, who is stationed at Ft. M"01''- ll lodge will lie organ aud will visit relatives for a short Davenport states he Is making every Hamilton, N. Y., that he has been i lz'''' Ku,ur(lay "'n1'1- Look me up time. Mrs. Smith is a sister of Mar- effort to give satisfactory service and promoted to first lieutenant and or- 111 "'0 St- ",',,'"s l'tel, or find me tin White. The Smiths think of lo-I in a few days his patrons wil have lerod to Columbus, X. M.' i M,r,','t Hu '"" :u" enrolled cr.tng at Forest Grove. no cause for complaint. Annual memorial services were' v''"' 160 otl"'r ehaitcr inmiilierM and Mrs. Lilla Crouse, Mrs. Florence! Mr. Elliott, one'of the pioneers of held by tho K. of P. lodgo of this j 1,0 " m,,"1,'r of the strongest lodge in Roteer and Mrs. Irene M. Dav. dele- ttin Vplmlom vnllpv wlm rnuliloc nonr! cltv TiipriIhv ovimlnir It .. ........ i St. Helens. .Pittsburg, was in St. Helens Tues-' meeting and the families of the mem-1 J. A. memorial j by L. H.' VON EVTII, Organizer. TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS gates from Mizpah Chapter Xo. 30 .O. E. S., to the 27th annual com- day. He called at Harrison's store, bers were present. The niunication of the Grand Chapter ot where 'he traded twenty-three years ' address was delivered Oregon, held at Portland, June C, 7 ago. In those daya when only trails j Crouch of Portland. and S, returned on Friday. led across tho mountains, Mr. Elliott j M. Hoven, owner of tho launch; Notice Is hereby given that the Thursday, June 22, is the brought butter to this market on ox Ruth, was up from Gohle Tuesday, j County Superintendent of Columbia last day you can consult Dr. back, for which he received 20 cents seeing how his business was getting ! ! "u",y' reK"n, will hold the regu ''S5 Lowe about your eyes and for a two-pound roll. Eggs brought ! along. Tho Huth Is regularly i StuteX?'"rUflcuua it St,'ilT'U '' glasses for nine or ten months, as he 8 cents. Wool was also brought In j gaged In transporting some of the follows: a a . . elens, as 'goes east early in July to remain ' on ox buck. 200 men who work at tho shipyard j Commencing Wednesday, June 28, that long at least. Don't fail to see The annual school election of school fronl the city to their place of em- 191,il at 9:0U "'clock a. in., and con him it your eyes need help. Scores Dlstrict No. 2 wlu 1)0 on the ployment. i J!"",Zk m''' JU'y of St. Helens references. 19lh fnBt Mul., (nterst ls belngl J. A. Von Eyth, who has been here WedneMlay ForeiiiHm Paul Poison, a loader at the camp taken iu this election and as to whom for the past several weeks organizing : Writing ( Peiimaiislilp), Music, II. ot tin St. Helens Lumber Companywill succeed Mr. Hattan. Tho Mist j the St. Helens lodgo of tho Loyal St ',lMlvI1)W,"B' was painfully injured last Friday lias beard rumors of L. R. Rutherford Order of Mooko, says F. J. Ratfliff, Reading" ' h y s i'o h gY ' I " a u'i I T oui-uiuiiii Yvinju u icauj. iu oting put up 10 jiu me vacancy, ana loadi.l on the cars rolled back and, also mention of several other per though Poison Jumped, the log ( sons who seem to be in a receptive caught him, mashing lii left foot , mood. It is also rumored that Chas. and breaking several bones In the Graham will noon leave for Callfor foot. The injured man was sent to nia, and If this is true it will leave a Portland hospital on the evening , another vacancy and at the same time train, where, from last accounts, he make C. C. Cassatt the chairman of was getting on nicely. j tho board. "SH'iid leH lime In Hie k!lbi'ii." Volt can if )nii buy in n "I'r.'iiiircil" I'ihmIk. Then you inn give more time to "enjii) lug" )our cliildmi Mil ln liing Iheni Hilb their ins. We biive iitmtj "(iiMMlleH" fir ynn I i piit Into tliolr liurli In so., mill mi mil sell tin in l y.n "( Iiciimt" tbnii )nu ran aukt tliem yuiiihi'lf. SPECIAL THIS WEEK 3 cans Pork an.l Beans ht2k A. S. HARRISON & CO. WE III V ANI KCI.I, Hilt LESS xn Q Q K O GO Q Q K O o l-H Q GO P t3 Q ca o o to P p K O b M o the national director, accompanied by Ing, Composition, Domestic Science, twenty or more members of the Port- Methods in Iteadlng, Course of Study land lodge, will be here Saturday ' "". demons in Arithmetic, night for the purpoao of organizing ; ArMnZto?' tho lodge, the City Hall having been Psychology, Methods in Geography! secured for that purpose. The St. Mechanical Drawing, Domestic Art Helens band will furnish music for ('oure of Study for Domestic Art. tho occasion. Tho charter list has GramniVr'T,'.!? AV'"r,L""" ' , . ,r . tjranim.ir, Geography, Stenograp by. almost 150 names. American Literature, Physics? Type- - writing, Methods In Language,' Thesis DICK FOR DUDS DICK FOR DUDS DICK FOR DUDS fur l'Htncifw Vt-tiei i.. nrrv vnv nirni m i . '"'". wiucanon MEN BUY OUR GOODS AS AN INVESTMENT-NOT AS A SPECULATION 06 (THE LEADING CLOTHIER) MEN'S FURNISHINGS We are building Business that is to grow with your approval. Our prices are never high, our goods are new and up to date. A small profit on a large scale is all we ask. "QUALITY, STYLE, FINISH," THESE ARE THE THREE CARDINAL POINTS OF EXCELLENCE WHICH DISTINGUISH THE TOGGERY. "NO OLD STOCK" We shine in your reflection while looking for patronage to those who appreciate honest values. Now is the time and this is the place. MEN'S GOODS. DICK LIDYARD, Manager, St. Helens, Oregon nee of. O m Friday I'lircniMiii W Theory and Practice. Orthography, Physical Geography, English Lltera hrj ture. Chemistry, Education History O of. Physical Culture. W Friday Afternoon School Law, Geology, Algebra. Civil O Government, Education Childhood C, and Adolescence. O Saturday Forenoon W Geometry, Itotany, Education School Administration. Hittiinlay Afternoon O '-'neral History, liookkecplng Education Methods. w r VHry lr,1y y"1"-". n'2 J. W. ALLEN, hj , County School Superintendent. W ; STREETS AND ROADS C TOBE OILED O J,",K0 ""tt'"i and the county com W nilsnloners have promised that they 2 ! 7'" ''rl"g 11,0 CHUty "tlliiK machine O from Scappooso In tho very W near futuro and oil the county road i which runs through St. Helens. While O 't Is here, tho city will hire the ma W; chine from the county and oil the 0 streets. After the Job Is done, the poller will bo sent t0 Ualnl,.r for UH(j O there. It Is hoped thut neither the W . city or county officials will procras- Itluato in tho oiling as the preaent is! O j a far better tlmo than If they wute,l ; for September, which, In previous prj "iHtunccn. has been the ease. Wo i need the work done now. O JAS. MUCKLE 4 SON 'Goods of Quality" Ladies' White Canvas SHOES Ladies' English cut White Canvas Shoes, distinct ively different vulcanized rcutlorccd rubber f.ob, pne"' matic heel. Very dressy aiiti curnlortable for summer wear. Ladies' White Canvas Pumps, pointed toe, low heel steel tole vulcanized rubber; very Hoft and piiabk: trimmed with white bow witli black edging; very al tractive. Ladies' White Tennis Shoes with high bed. lnJ white rubber sole; more coiraortable for' walltinu' the regular tennis shoes. Price, pair $1.50 THE STORY John Moiiigoiiirrv, i,,,,,!; niriiinc lo K ( , birr, und bn oinr. ii.l.it n., tr J .1 i C.icIiiIIj, ui mlvrutiirr,, D u,i U.....I :.. i a '".' . " " ". ""r- "nr mi., ruing, wlulr pacing KihmI'. t.,D bling liimw, K.llir rriiwM l, J "j wlm lm awalriicd ill J.,it, a tcir n. rc.lrriiiliiinmlf, ,r.,r v ni l. sh.il. Thr nr,l i,,.ml R(J l.ill ilruil thru tlir winKillr , ..t tl.r lurr-MiiHcntu,,,. alu, .illmv. w.tliH ,nLm ,,illU In-, hunt!. l-.llic i .,r, C( , r itnrs in I he trial thai ciniVi,t J.Jni of iniiiJ. r. Jnlur rv., and liuw l.lhr ri'urr a railruwt In. in C.irlnlla, in Mhit , w rnwly r.iir drath. mr iiiirm,, iiitcrcillng. Tht iripirl )u , Mira. X b Whi n l.nvili.r f.ii .1..- H....V.. ,.. ilii'co lil.it"'1"' I x DICK FOR DUDS DICK FOR DUDS DICK FOR DUDS DICK FOR DUDS MARRIAGE LICENSES D; Garfield II. Smith am GiU(yH , C Gessel of Vornonln, Oregon g: Hatnuel W. Dal.lgrer, and Hannah I .SandHtiom, Porllaud, Oregon. When buying (.lonw Ies tliei-e me three ni.i to eiiiiHliler The Quality of the Goods The Price and Tin- Service Win u y.iti buy rroin iih you can rent iismiihmI y"" will rielvi tin, (inilliy, ul. n I'fiiHiiiiiil'l" ''r"f and CointcoiiH Tiniimeiit mill Keivlce. use so Saturday Specials Clllwn A:'"""K-'S r,'K r line l.o IMe n;r MiecHe I'he I tint Uuiiv .,!!' '"' ',,lK,'r'H '.dlee.'r.iilar'liii . . A Utile Miivlng every wiM-k makoM n Kooil llt t, ,, uf tUf) uutiu Williams Hall Co. "'' YO,; W'X'T TKADE Willi I'M, WH i)TII WBK W" Pbonp Rn tr..iMO C(C'