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- ST. HELENS mtrtv FRIDAY. MARCH 23, 1917
J MIST MISTINGS 5
Mapleine ice cream at Mason's.
Peter Pan brick Ice cream at Ma-j
son's. j
Prof. J. H. McCoy was iu Portland ,
Saturday last. !
Dr. C. E.' Wade speut Sunday with !
liia family In Portland. j
E. I. Ballagh and Von A. Gray;
motored to Portland Tuesday. !
Supt. L. L. Baker was a business1
visitor to the metropolis Saturday, j
Reduce the cost of high living. Eat i
smelt. 4c per pound at Sonneland'e. !
Ous Lange, of Scappoose, was a,
business visitor in St. Helens tills!
week. )
C. H. John is in Portland ou busl-j
nesa. He will ue mere ior several
days.
Mode Griffith, the silver-tongued
orator of Trenholm, was In St. Hel
ena Monday.
Hon. Norman Merrill, of Clutska
n le, was a business visitor to St. Hel
ens Monday.
Road master H. E. Abry was In
Rainier Monday looking over the
road work being done in that vici
nity. Mrs. Leo Rlcen and Master Ricen,
of Portland, were the guests of the
Rosenthal family Saturday and Sun
day. H. Weltzel and daughter, Miss
Mary Weltzel, of Portland, were week
end visitors at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Thompson.
Circuit court, which has been iu
Besslon here this week, will adjourn
tonight. None but equity cases were
brought beforo the judge.
The entertainment given by the
Pacific University Glee Club at the
city hall last night was much en
joyed by the many who attended.
Wednesday, the first day of spring,
was ushered in with a rain xlorm, a
small fall of snow and Old Sol occa
sionally took a peep to see Just what
was doing.
Mrs. E. B. Woods entertained her
music class at a party Saturday after
noon. Fourteen of her pupils were
present. Games were played, refresh
ments served and the youngsters had
a merry time.
The dance given Saturday nlg.it
by the Volunteer Fire Department
was well attended and many out of
town people were in evidence. The
fire boys realized a tidy little sum
tor their efforts, which goes to swell
the department's exchequer.
M. E. Miller, Mrs. Miller and their
sons Rex and Max left on the steamer
Wapama yesterday for California,
where they will make their future
home. A large number of their
friends were on the dock to bid them
goodbye and good luck.
Wanted Kentucky Wonder beuns,
cabbage, loganberries, blackberries,
Italian prunes and Bartlett pears.
Anyone having anything to offer
please let us know on or before April
20. For further Information write
to or call on Columbia River Canning
& Produce Co., St. Helens, Oregon.
Box 405. n-3
The De.Moss Concert Company ren
dered their program Wednesday
night to a well filled house, and
their productions were of a high or
der throughout. Beginning with the
Caliph of Bagdad, a classic overture,
the program proceeded with a varie
ty and the splendid rendition held
the interest of the audience with un
flagging attention throughout the
hour and ono-half.
Mapleine Ice cream at Mason's. Tho City of Portlnnd, coming from
Prof. C. E. Lake was In Portland Honolulu. Is due to arrive at any
Saturdny on a busiuess mission. j time during the next few days. The
Director C. C. Cassatt paid an offl-j brisk- southeast winds which have
clal visit to the McHrlde school last j prevailed along the coast for the past,
weak. jtew days should hasten the arrival
Tommy K'.blan Is getting along 'of the big vossel. :
nicely after bis painful accident of! According to reports received from
last week. I San Francisco, the work of Install-
Brude Polwarth, a prominent law-ling tho engines and boilers In the
yer of Portland, was In St. Helens' steamers Ernest It. Meyers and Wall
Tuesday on legal matters. ! keenn is progressing rapidly and
The Mist is equipped to furnish 1 these two coasters will soon bo placed
you good job work on short notice. ' In service.
Try us with your next order. i Tho steamer Willamette, which ur-
II. T. Monroe and family are re- rived in Saturday night, by working
cent arrivals In West St. Heleii3. until midnight Sunday, completed ner
Warren Construction Company bid
It. 17 u squaro yard on bltullthlo on
a crushed rock huso. Tho bids were
referred to the county engineer's de
partment for analysis, and today the
coilimli'sloners will meet to hear tho
pnxults ami also tho recommendation
i)ti,itn'iHinr John II. Yeon.
St. Helens and Columbia county
peoplo will bh much Interested to
know that nt least sixteen miles of j
tho road Into Portland Is to be hard
surfaced. !
They will make their home here.
Mrs. L. G. Hobs and Mrs. A. L.
Stono plan to leave about the middle
of April for r.n extended visit back
east.
Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Jeffcott and son
Bob are expected down from Port
land tomorrow to spend several days
with Dr. and Mrs. L, G. Ross.
The Pythian Sisters entertained at
the lodge rooms Thursday night in
honor of Mrs. Edith Muckle, who
will soon leave to join her husband
on his eastern Oregon stock ranch.
Miss Minnlo Doleshal Is tuking a
well earned vacation. After spend.'
ing several days visiting friends here,
she will go to Portland and other
points before resuming her duties at
the Orcadia hotel.
W. L. Bullock and wife, of Port
land, were visitors at the home of
Mr. aud Mrs. W. W. Blakesley Tues
day. Mr. Bullock is state manager
for the Yeoman lodge.
Celebrating her seventeenth wed
dlug anniversary and nlso little Mist
Helen Stone's birthday, Mrs. Aden
Ross entertained a number of her
young friends Wednesday afternoon.
F. H. Shainhotts, a friend of Super
intendent Weist of tho H. 11. & A
cargo of 876,000 feet of lumber and
sailed Monday night, bound for San
Pedro. Her passenger accommoda
tions were comfortably filled.
When the motor vessel City 'of
Portlund arrives lu St. Helens sh.
will find more then half of her cargo
awaiting her. The mill has been
rushing the order so that the big ves
sel will not be delayed. The curgo
for tho Allan! Is also accumulating
quite rapidly.
CHURCH NOTICES'
Ser-
('ongreKntloiml Church
10 a. m . Church school.
11 o'clock, Morning worship
moil for boys and girls.
6:30 p. m., Christian Endeavor.
7:30 o'clock, Evening service
Theme: "Know Jesus Christ."
A. W. Mueller h"H received his up(
."ointment as inspector general of lliej
Oregon National Guard.
Methodist KpiHcupiil Clmrt'li
"The Friendly Church" Albert S.
lllsey, pustor.
Sunday, March 25, will 'hold a
iplondld treat for ull who attend the
services.
Sunday school, 10 a. in. Review
of the quarter's lessons.
Miss Nellie Curtis, superintendent
Logging Company, was a pleasant of the Portland Deaconess Home,
caller at the Mist olTico Wednesday. ' will make the address of the morn
Mr. Shainhotts is from Hoquiam and ing, at 11 o'clock. Miss Curtis has
conducts a bank in that lively city. a message Unit you cannot afford to
The ludies of the Congregational , miss,
church will hold their annual sale of 1 Epworth Leaguo at 6:30 p. m.
Hot Cross Huns on Friday, April 6.1 Special rally. Como, and bring uu
Insteud of Thursday, as announced. ; other. Miss Curtis will lend the
There will also be n Parcel Post sale league lu tho study of tho lesson.
on that date. j Subject for the evening sermon by
When you get your shoo repairing; the pustor, "Should We Obey the Old
done lit the Modern Shoe Shop you i Testament Law?
know It will be well done. I turn j Tho best things of life ure multl
out no job unless my guarantee of, plied when they aro divided. Bring
satisfaction uud good workmanship i i blessing. You will receive a great
s', llrueck, the Modern lei one.
NOTICE OF H.U.K.
IN THE COl'NTY COURT OK THE !
STATE OF OREGON. FOIt COL-1
I'M 111 A COUNTY. !
In the Mutter of the Estato of John ,
Backus. leceascd.
NOTICE Is hereby given that pur
suant to the order of tho above en
titled Court made March 10. 1917,
In the matter of the estate of John
Hnckus. deceased, authorising the
sale of all the rent property of said (
estate at private sale, the under
signed, the administrator with the(
Will annexed of said estato, will from
and after Suturdny, April 14, 1917,
Rell at private sale to the highest,
bidder for cash, and subject to con-,
flrmntlon by said County Court, all
the following described real prop
erty belonging to tho said estate of!
John Backus, deceased, situated in
Columbia County, Oregon, to-wlt:
Lots 1 and 2, In Block 14 In the City
of Italnler, Oregon; and also a tract
of land described as beginning at a
point 80 feet southerly of the S. K. ;
corner of Block 27, lu the Town (now
City) of Rainier, Oregon, on a direct,
line of the west side line of Cowllti
Street, and running thence southerly;
In a lino with said west sldo lino of
! Cowlitz Street SOO feel; thence west
erly, at right nngles, 100 feet; thence'
northerly, nt right angles, 300 feet;
and thence easterly at right angles,
100 feet to the place of beginning. !
Terms of sude, Cash; ten per cent
to accompany bid, and balance on
confirmation of sule by an Id Court.
All bids to be directed to W. E. Clark,
at Deer Island, Oregon.
Dated at St. Helens, Oregon, Murch
16,. 1917.
W. E. CLARK.
Administrator with Will annexed
of the estate of John Buckus,
Deceased. 13-5
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Shoe Shop. j.
In honor of the seventh birthday! Services at ChWft Episcopal church
of their sou Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock,
('has. Brown entertained Wednesday Bishop Sumner will conduct the ser
afternoon. Gaines were played and j vices, it being his annual visit to the
refreshments served. The following Parish.
youngsters attended: Jack Baker,
Clarence Akin, Charles and Richard BIDS OPENED FOR
Do re n, Patricia Dixon, Raymond
Kelly, Wilma and Dolbert Masten
and Olof Olsen.
HARD-SURFACING
SHIPPING
Work to lie Done on Ten Milnt of
Nt. Helen Hond.
Til ft tlftUrfl ri f win v M,.n. n, I '
The steamer Celllo cleared Wednes- ers of Multnomah county opened bids
day noon for San Pedro. She car- j Wednesday for tho hard surfacing
ried a million feet of lumber and i of ten miles of the Portland-St. Hel
plling and also a fair list of passen-1 ens road. The road is now hard sur-Kera-
i faced to Linnton, and this additional
Aboard the steamer Wapama when ten miles will bring It to the Colum
she sailed at noon Thursday was ! bla countv linn ti, vu..ti.,...
more than a million feet of lumber
and ties which will be delivered at
several ports In southern California.
Paving Company of Seattle were the
lowest bidders and not a slnglo bid
was offered on concrete, wood block
The vessel also had a passenger list or brick pavements, tho bidders con
ot 36- "Hi"- their bids to two kinds of
The Bteamer Klamath, with a large! isphaltlc concrete, one being bltu
load of lumber and a fair list of pas-llthlc and the other Topeka mlxturo
sengers, left out Saturday night, The Washington company bid $1 14
bound for San Pedro via San Fran- per square yard for asphaltlc concrete
cl8C0- l" crushed stono baso, and the
'The Vampires," the Arch Criminal)
of Paris, every Hat unlay.
Monday
and
Tuesday
One of the fastest and moot thrilling
.-mt-ni piays ever produced.
Immediate Lee
A striking drama of the Dying West
Admission to Matlnm. 'WkIiuhuW.
and Saturday) and to all evening
programs, a and 10 renin.
Kxcejit Wednesday evening,
. 5 and 15 cents
Sunday
the noted fliaraeter Actor
George Beban
In
"The Pawn of Fate"
story that compels laughter anil
tears.
The
Strand
- jivrm'iFai ill 1.1 1
mums i many as to the great play
iimhi. urn snown mi iiie Htrand every
Monday and Tuendav.
iu you see "Mis Jackie of the
N'aVV llftHt MoimImv fir Ti,A4,,l .... l
you failed to attend, ask some who
were mere and you will find out you
missed a raltlliiir iriuwl li tflU' IIIIA lit
the befit that Iihm ever lwwn
And next Monday and Tuesday we
vwMt Alii-
mediate I.ee," a play of the Arlaina
I'lUIIIH,
II. (). STROM, Mgr.
Charlie Chaplin in "Shanghaied"
nei i rmay, the .'10th.
Wednesday
MATIXEK and KVKNIXO
The World's leading
Screen Artists
Francis X Bushman
and
Beverly Bayne
In the Wonrirrplay
"In the Diplomatic Service"
A stirring pliotodramu of your coun
try and mine.
An Interesting travelogue and a Hlil.
iiey Drew comedy every Wednesday.
XOTICK TO CONTRACTORS
SKALEI) PROPOSALS, addressed
to tho County Court of Columbia;
County, Oregon, nt St. Helens, Ore
gon, and endorsed "Proposals for
Improving the following ltoad lu
Columbia County, Oregon, towlt:
MIST-CLATSKAN1K UOAI), from
station 0 to station 107. i
will be received by said County
Court until 2 o'clock P. M March
24th, 1917, and not thereafter, and
at that 1 1 mo, will be publicly opened
and read.
All proposals must ho made unon
blank forms, to be obtained from the;
Road master, at his office at St. Hel
ens, Oregon, must give prices pro-!
posed, both In writing and In figures,,
and must bo signed by the bidder, i
with his address. 1
Plans and Specifications are on
file, and may bo examined In the
office of tho County Clerk, and also
nt tho resilience of A. E. Harvey,
County Commissioner, at Clatskanlc,
Oregon.
Kach bidder shall deposit, with his
bid, a certified check, cbbIi, or a
surety bond, for an amount of at
least five per cent of his bid, pay
able to the County Clerk, which shall
be forfeited to the County, In case
the award Is made to him, and he
shall neglect, fail or refuse, for a
period of flvo days, after such award
Is made, to enter Into a contract and
file the required bond.
Tho right Is reserved to reject any
and all bids.
R. S. H ATT AN, County Judge.
A. K. HARVKY, Commissioner.
JUDSON WKEI), Commissioner
H. E. AI1RV, Uondniastor.
12-2 A. P. HARNETT, County Clerk.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OP TI1K
STATE OP OREGON POR THE
COUNTY OP COLUMIIIA.
In the Matter of the Estate of CUTH
IIERT STUMP. Deceased.
Notice is hereby given tlint Mamie
A. Steelmun and Pauline Saxton. ad
ministratrices of the estute of Cuth
bert Etump, deceased, have filed in
the County Court of the State of Ore
gon, for the County of Columbia
their final account as-such adminis
tratrices and that Suturduy, the 14th
day of April, 1917, at the liour of
10 o'clock, A. M. has been fixed by!
the said court as tho tlmo for hear
ing of objections to said final account
and as the time for settling said final !
account. ;
MAMIE A. STEELMAN and
PAULINE SAXTON, j
i., . Administratrices.!
loyal ii. McCarthy, I
Attorney for Administratrices
16T1917f "rHt pul)llcallon- Mrch
19?7te ' Ia"1 publlcatlon APrl 1-V
THIS IS
THE
NEW STORE
AT TH I: MUCKLE CORNER
DRY GOODS HOUSE DRESSES
MIDDIES
Come in and look over our line of Slioci
We have them in all kinds and for the entire
family.
Good assortment of Ginghams, Percales
and Summer Goods.
A specially good line of Men's Work
Clothes. Overalls, Pants, Shirts, Sox, Gloves
and Shoes.
A new bunch of Snappy Men's Ties and i
large assortment of Men's Dress Shirts.
AL. E.AUSTIN
Big Dance
AT CITY HALL. ST. HELENS
Saturday, March 31s
Under the same management ar. the
SHIPWRIGHTS' BALI
BEST OF PORTLAND MUSIC
Admission $1.00
r
SI.
HELENS
IRCANTLE COM
NOTICK TO CREDITORS.
IN THK COUNTY' COURT OK TUP
STATE W ORKUON. KOR COI ".
UMBIA COUNTY
In the Matter of the Estate of Oscar
k. Hunter, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the
unders gned has been uppolnted the
Administrator of the Estate of Oscar
, ' HunUir, Oecoased, by tho County
r!'rt .1' ' State of Oregon, for
Co umblu County, and has qualified
All persons having claims against
said estate are hereby notified to
present the same, duly verified as by
aw required, to the undersigned, at
the office of Ous C. Moser, 1624-29
Yeon Hulldlng, Portland, Oregon
within srx months from the date
hereof.
16utt19l?nd fln,t publlKl,e1 March
EUGENE HOCH. JR
GUS. C. MOSER, Ad"nlt-tor.
Attorney for Administrator.
Succiort to '
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THE HALL COMPANY
We take pleasure in announc
ing that we are now better pre
pared than ever to serve you,
A trial order will convince you
that this is the store of
Quality, Service
and . Satisfaction
St. Helens Mercantile Company
If you don't trade with us we both lose money
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