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ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1917
J. L. WILLIAMS & SONS
Successors to Ferry & (iraliaiu
A Full and Complete line of General Merchandise
The Dependable Kind
Dry Goods, Shoes and Groceries
Free Delivery
Give us a trial and you will be satisfied
Phone 34 WEST ST. HELENS, ORE.
CORRESPONDENCE
WARREN
, cggi frequently and thinks li will
, bo iililo to market lil produce more
Huns- Superintendent. Italpli Tar- tuns. -
U also Uehcr o Intermediate 'topics and gave the oUI .
cu s- ecre ary. Abby ..endure; prl- deal of Information on up-lo-d..
, .... tt...wni' linrnrinn. ruiiiei-in. ......
niury leacncr, nuw " -
Inez lire-well: organist. Manila Hyaer
r a ...i.trunii nml .Mm. A,
. . ',. i " L .i.ninir in Itose Cltv regularly as spring opi'iia tip. and bus
William Hoer.el .po.it Saturday eve- , Mul.r were lHllln In Hose i J , K,vu tt ,HW ( hi Ideas
nliia and Sunday with Ms lr..tl;r. nrda,-. .or,.for Hie Scnppooso locals. We will
Julius Doesel ami family, who are l.v Mrs. Charlea Millar .a. . ' . , 1,..,, ' , vml . vlv.,1 word
ULind land v sltor Saturiiay ami .iion.iaj. , , ,
1 jol-.ii Parr purchased of P. II. pl.-U.ro of tl.o ol.l g,-ntl..in,.i for our
l rakes, of Scappoose. n registered m- "
breed
CEO. H. SHINN. Vrea.
L. tt. RUTHERFORD, Sec
Columbia County Abstract
Company
ST. HELENS, OREGON
The only complete abstract system in Colum
bia County, Oregon.
BEST WORK LOWEST PRICES
Ing at tlio head of the Sauvies
on tlio Howell place.
i:arl liuslioiiK. of Yankton, ami
Kulph Turlit'll are r.moiiK He young
people who have lieeu attending the
levival meetings of the past few
weeks held I.I tlio Free Methodist
church in West St. Helens.
Tho Sunday school of the Lutheran
church will give Its uniul Kuster pro
igruni Sunday evening.
Mrs. J. K. Meter, of (.reshaui.
visited Miss Pearl Hrlckson last Tues
day. I). Mlcklesuu und son arrived from
Minnesota last week.
The Warren school hoard and the , Spangled llanner
teachers met Monday evening In tlio 1 selection, from
Wrnlod Kentucky w!r"
rnbb.igo. loKn m. X'X
Itillnn prunes nml ii.,i ""N
AnyoiiB hnvlii mivii.i... y
pleuso let us know oil or hi.l
20, and we will ni,u,
to rny point on tl. ,llaln 'f
collect the Br.wln,., f,.'
L..M ...ll..
ii luiiiiur II. inriiiii 1 1... ... ..
call on Columbia '"
I ' rod u co Co.. Nt. ','l
ilox 40ft. "" ""Ii
flolsteln hull of the Pontine
last Saturday.
Mrs. C. U. Miller visited several
dieiid-i In Deer Liland Friday.
Mr. Dolly visited at the home of
Mr. und Mrs. C. U. Miller Friday.
As last week was "Patriotic Week"
NEHALEM VALLEY
Tho wenlher here so far liau lieen
very had. with ruin and snow.
Frod Chrlstenson, from tho hoya
on tlio horder, runio homo last week
I for n nliiirL vii.lt. Il roiiorl II dlf-
the school sai.K many patrioilc HonK:f((r)iil cllm,w , (.rt,lfrl,,tt.
Wednesday morning In tho general . .
asM'inhly. wet to Portlii.id litft Wednesday to
morniiiK in '
Wanted Pconlo i v-TTH
r ii it ti 1 ii ir a cur for M... ,. 1 l
safer first. l'l,.w, ",. , ' tts
J. Houtliard. "J
1
S. HEUMANN, Prop.
PURE FOOD BAKERY
WKST ST. HKI.KXS. OISKtiOX
WILL DKLIVKK l!HKl) HOT FROM THK OVKX TO YOf
PASTRY OF ALL KINDS AND
FANCY CAKES A SPECIALTY
Ask for Pure Food Itrcail at the leading Ki-ocers:
A. T. hililan, Perry GiuIihui, A. S. Harrison, Williams .Ii Hall
Co., Italian Importing Co., Oscur Krlckson, Warren Ore., Bread
and Pastry, Central Confectionery, W. 11. Kroner, Prop.
I
.
II
Does Your Car
Need Overhauling?
Ve have added another skilled mechanic to
cut force and are prepared to give prompt
and satisfactory service.
BEFORE THE SPRING RUSH COMES
bring in your car and it will be put in good
running condition and be ready for you when
you need it.
Better place your order for the Maxwell auto
mobile now, as the price will advance $30
May 1.
INDEPENDENT AUTO CO.
llll
HONK 71
ST. HKI.KNS, OltK.
si-hoolhouse. Many statements were
made, regarding the progress of our
school during the past year, and the
contracts were made out us ull the
teachers were retained for the coming
ear.
Mrs. Hortha Flilman, of Seappoose,
und brothers, I.ouls and Fred Morsel,
of this place, motored to St. Helens
for business in "Mrs. I'lilman'a new
P.ulck car.
Miss Gertrude Clemans, of I. inn
ton, Oregon, was visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. O. A. Krlckson during the
past week.
Miss Anna Sundstroni, who Is em
ployed us an operator for tho Pacific
Telephone Company in Portland
spent Monday with her sister, Mrs.
Tarn Duhlgren.
Kin 1 1 Anderson and Hoss Spauld
ing witnessed the launching of the
Vesterlldu in Portland Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Tarlmll and
son Ralph, with Mrs. W. C. Page,
motored to Portland Tuesday to at
tend the Shorthorn stock bale. Mr
Wednesday
rendered Its monthly concert which
consisted of tlio following: "Star
general assembly;
school orchestra;
"Whip poor-will," grammar girls
hoi us; piano solo, "Dance on the
Croon," Miss Mary Thomas; "Moru-
, ing Invitation," high school glee
Muh; solo, Prof. C. J. Itussell; piano
'duet. "I.a draco," by Misses Mary
! Tlnmii s and Martha liyser; selectlo'i,1
, primary chorus.
SCAPPOOSE
spent
buy
1!. W. Morton, of St. Helens
Inst Sunday with friends here.
The farmera are crying for
.t any price, even war prices.
Mrs. D. W. Price Is suffering with
;ieural;ia during the rainy spell.
The N. A. Perry family, of Port
land, i;pctit Sunday with the Wuttv
family. '
Mrs. May K. dctchel!, of Portland,
!. rpendiug a few weeks with her
mniiy friends here.
James Fversole, who was sent to
tho hospital for blood poisoning, is
leported Improving.
Mrs. .lesso Morgan Is reported
do soinn shopping.
Mrs. llult was In Vernoula Tues
day. CIIIToid llergeriu n was in Vernonl-I
' Monday to have his team sltoil.
Mr. Allen und Mr. Kerr took n
bunch ot some fifty head of t-attli
out of tho valley Siiturd iy.
Cull Hess visited at Mr. Mows
'. Sunday.
i'lio Sunday schools are combining
I ;o rive mi Ka:.t 'r program at Pleui
i ul Hill K.'.ster Sunday .
Fritz und Hill llrowu visited with
ClliTord lle:gerrtui Sunday.
The prophetlciil lecture r;lven at
I'leiisunt Hill sclioolhouso by Itev
. I'olkenberg closed Sunday right.
Tho 1 4id U's' Sewing Club met al
Mrs. Chrlsteusei.'a last Thursday ami
lied two comforteri, for Mrs. Chris-
teiisen.
There will be preaching at Pleasant
1 1 1 1 1 Ki'lioolhou'iK Sunday cver.ng nt
7: no.
BACHELOR FLAT
; Mrs. Murphy, of Clut-kunle. Iiiik
been the guest of Mrs. Johnson the
to past week. While here Mrs. Murphy
-....., , , .., ., ,'. i' i lie Improving nicely ut present and i in'ld reivlces In the schoolhouse.
I t.l ilt.ll Kl'llglll IUUI Ul LII1J.-.U i.v.nni- I (
i !'ul "beauties," uml the price Oh,
' '.veil, we should worry what that was,
because wo notice he se5ms to feel
: better even though they did cotst him
tiuite a good deul of money. Mr. Tar
' bell now has several beautiful cattle
I on hi.', place, and which will make
tuite u large herd later on if ho buys
1 1 ny more.
Miss Laura Furr spent Saturday
; nd Sunday with her uncle, Max
, . urr, in Portland.
Floyd Duncan, who has been for
mine lime staying In the community,
.went to New berg, Oregon, Monday
afternoon to return to his old employ
ment there.
Kriieat H lander has alwi-.ys been
' known us a progressive farmer and
; iio recently showed his progressive-
less when he purchased an "Avery"
tractor which lie intends to use on
; his fuim. It Is the first mcchine of
,ts kind ft) this neighborhood, und
Mr. Uyluuder has had many visits i
iron, curious neighbors i-.nd friends, j
, Mrs. I. Lomis and son, Porter Jr.,i
went to Portland last Saturday and
.uienuea me 'wiouier doose pro
iluction nt tho
the doctor is much encouraged.
Mrs. Lizzie Adams Is moving into
her own resldento und D. Crowley Is
moving into the Wlkstrom house.
Mrs. C. W. Weaver (Miss Mildred
(irant), of McCleary, Wash., Is visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. (Jeo
I! rant.
Mrs. lllatcliford'H Sunday school
class had charge of the morning ser
vices last Sunday, and carried the
work out nicely.
Vale Joram, w ho we reported last
week as being In the hospital with
a broken leg, is Improving since tb?
leg was put in a steel plate.
J. Senosky and L. Luchuian, Mrs.
Itussell and Miss Munile Medley, of
Portland, attended tTio fun.-ral of
August Schmidt on Tuesday.
The Interstate commerce commis
sion car was located hero three or
four days, taking valuation of rail
road property. They went from here
i to St. Helens.
Henry Lange has purchased the
beautiful homo of his rather in South
Scuppoose. Henry Is one of our
TRY OUR
WANT AB;1
I to.
I.ir Ruin TIr,.A , "
- " JITHaV ht...
riuiatitliililA lirlnu. A I I
" " ""' Dili I.J
pound bay mare, 7 years old k1
lOU-6. K. W. Haxto.i. vl.JH
Taken ill), at mv i.i Hfn it.. 1
ol.J HolHtolii hiilfnr iiw.!n. H
same by paying churge, Bn( p '1
U.,.l. 4 1 I I II '"'1
.Ml V., ,1, 1,11, I,
For Bale S. f II I n
. "HI
cuing, oi now pure slrnln. p,
rcuHonuniu. nir, j. w, Alton
Helens, Ore.
For Halo A 25-urro tract ol J
I ,ii.i rr..,.. it'.... ' "
fertile and land ran be e:ull; t .
A good county roud rum bj
place. It. F. I). orvlri. and m
lino near. I.lvlnir
on n I ii c Prlrn ii Mm- .......
- . -. mam).
John Dolnn, lloulton, Orexon. ,
i.,f u,Im r..,i., v ... 1
. w. i i u.i.r - i iiunn CQ(t.J
while boar, ready for sxrvlca N
A.I...... (1 II..I '..1
jiiiMiui,, iii . iiiiiriii,, ,,re. .
For Sale Duck egg for hiiti
from the kind Hint lay. 0. McU.
ney, Yankton, Oregon. jj
ror Huln Cheap, a 6-ptunH
Cadillac automobile; lint delltJ
iioiiy as well as touring body; tu
in goon condition. 11. M. Terry.
Helena Garage, Phone 07. j
oung men who believe In prepuriug
llelllg theatre and !"T futl,ro wl"lH 18
O. I. Pterson bus ncci uted a nosl-
t Inn In a camp in Washington. Mrs
reier.ion and daughtnrs will ir)
farmli.g by themselves for a while
Miss ThoiuiiB i.peut the week end
t C hie Willi hi r parents.
Mr. and Mrs. d. Llllleli and daugh
er Minnlu und niece Kims Curlwui
ipent the week end ut Prescotl, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McCrea.
lleniy llum;ai(ner was u Port
land visitor last week.
Il nier Dennett spent Sunday with
his family here. Mr. lleunetl ha
heen very busy of late, iir.sesslng the
tower end of the county.
Mr. ami Mrs. Nelgle and daughter.
Mrs. SoderberK. was In St. Helen,
hopping this week.
Mrs. Ilurduhl, Mr. Soderbeig and
Mrs. Ileegln .were guents of Mrs. I.ll
lib one day last week. While there
ho ladles 1)uhIim themselves by ct
Ing a iiullt together for the sewing
Ircle.
HFY K(I08 from WIIIIbidi' h
streak Keda. Am now nelllni J
irum one or my f z on pem ror);
two settings for 12.00. Othrr -J
are J uu ror 15 or M SO lor
1100 for IS, or f&.ou for 30. t,
chlx are 16, 20 and 2a ceoti a
1 ry a llalnler Incubator.
YOUR PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTION
So both you and he will feel perfectly safe. J
t
When brought to out store, will be accurately and
carefully filled and none but the best of drugs used.
WE ALWAYS HAVE IN STOCK
a large line of Toilet Articles, Stationery, Magazines
and Druggist's Sundries
Deming's Drug Store
Phone 13 ST. HEI.F.NS ni?P.
J pent Sunday with Mr. und Mrs. Jack
I Diller. P. Loomis also went to Port
land last Sat ii i day and attended one
of the local lodges und Joined his
family at Dillor's Sunday.
Oilier Heeler and Hubert Cooper
were St. Helens visitors Monday last
week. We notice the boys have been
making quite frequent visits In that
city of late.
Mrs. II. II. Ferry, daughter Kath
ryne and littlo son visited Mrs. Fer
ry'a parenta, Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Ilaher, thiS week.
Miss Madeline Thr
lor Flat, und sister, Miss Mary i . , "m ,m "lKl 'lll"'"ay night.
Thomas, of this place, visited their j f"",,tft,;n mr KUards of Port-
cousin. Miss Mlnnlo Lewis, who Ik!""'" ",:,"w "ul " work. A
employed as one of tlio school teach
ALASKA UNDER FLAG '
FIFTY YEARS
Cost K7,ailO,(KM -h.,,1 , Itwiinuil
V7.10,MHI,MM.
spirit which is much admired.
Tlio bank here has been having thej
'A'lndoU'v rnlftttiirn,! nml Im mu. Ln....... I
............. ,n ,,,n nnun ii
'.is tlio First National Hank of S.-m,. i
; poi.ne, and will soon have a charter I
I under tho federal government ua
1 tlcnal banking laws.
; Coii;;regathjnal church Kaster ser-i ",;',l '" wl'1''11 '"' hM
i vices will be the usual union of the' "Aar.kirH period of trial
j Sunday school and ordinary church
service. It will be held at 10:30 u.
in. An Interesting program Is. being
prepared by the children. All are
welcome.
Alahki.'a 0tli unulvt rsurv. March
an a part of the l ulled Statet
: .... mMMuuni oy ricrciary l.nne oi
jtho Interior d pnrtnic.it with a male
,Tho Lady Maccabees Initiated
innii koviow put on tho work.
banquet was spreud In honor of the
guests and new members. Tho rest
of tho evening was spent in drilling
the guard team.
Three- new flagpoles have been
placed tho past week, and flags are
.proudly waving over the
George Rhodes,
A REAL VICTROLA
$15
Other Victrolas, $25 Up
Come in and hear some of the late Victor Records.
Victrolas, Records, Needles, Etc., always on hand.
I have also taken the agency for Edison Phonographs,
t
Reed-French Pianos and Player Pianos.
E. A. ROSS
FURNITURE UNDERTAKING
ers In Clackamas, Oregon.
.Monday afternoon Miss Fannie
Cooper, Mhiues Kleanor, Myrtlo ami
Anna Larson were visitors In our
school.
Mrs. I. d. Adums, who bus been
staying witli her brother, Albert l!on-
ihoi, on Hun vies Island, visited wit li
; her mother hero, Mrs. Louisa Hoe
sol. '
1 Mrs. P. J. Loomis, Hay Harms and
suKvnrui oiner prominent people mudo ulu cnurcu KrlUuy night. A lurge
business trips to tho metropolis thls!crowd wus present. Miss Taylor und
weok- ; MKK 'row hud charge of the enter-
Mrs. C. It. Miller visited In St. Hel-I tulnmeut und llermun and Norniun
ena Wediwwday nnd Thursday last Miller, Dewey Adams and Carl Ilol
week. : muller hud churge of the eats, which
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harms, Sr., of wan wafers and Ice cream mado by
iiiih piuce, anu Miss Abby liunduru, ; "'o noys,
1.1 over
-llio lu.s bee-i welched -i vhe bulunei
nd round nii.Kuiflce'itly worthy."
Mr. Lane aald the wIkiI'iiii of Will
lam II. Seward, tho secretary of state
who negotiated Alaika's purchase In
IK7, against virulent opposition, hud
been Justified and. r-ftor CO vears
mnual flnamlal statementH show and
provo conclusively-thai t mve ,1(,K.
lected that opportunity would have
lieen a col local Mm,.!,., . ,.
niiiiiiiei
uti.ro generations could never ror
! tlvo."
The 000,00(1 square miles of terrl
I iMiuKiu ror about 2
cell ta nn
homes or;"1''"' U 7'-,,'.0, have brought
nt the Mlllov nool .""" 760.000.IOO Into the
room and at the Congregational ' "I"" f Al,,,!rlta'i trade. Mr. Lane
church. Qiilfi, a number or homes , 1 1,10 ,)rofltN Jutit l.eg.
have Hugs flying from their .!.. ' "lnK to " In.
Tlio community party was'hcld at I
In
:iint cr.,000 dco,,!,, p i,,..
Unit vast connii-v .i....
i ,i ,i, njn
countrv.
large us tho United states." i. ,.,
Onehnndred minio,, dollars formed
Itnlr contribution for 1910, 'Wh
't wl" Im In 2010 no n. ..."
'-"i ii n-
diet.'
' ''.mny-,,it,)" (lt tll0 M
Mrs. t arl Audorsou uml daughter in his count1. "
Helen spent Saturday and Sunday In operated on fr 0 slight rupture on
a, , , j Monday of this week.- which removes
Almost nil of the officers of the , Ills only physical defect. Ho exnelu
Lvangellst Sunday bcI.ooI were elect-; to bo In naval training by April 1.
ed into the same office, except Hay, Tho fact that his mother Is a widow
Hnrms, who was elected treaurer. i will, several ml..,.. ..
succeeding Martha Hyser; Frank llee-;eem to excuse Hugh from doing act
"" -.,.. i.Wi,er. succeed-, ive service, but ho foels that hi. ,!,..
'"-j
ing Mrs. F. M. Hoyt. and also r n.!lB in ,(,
... i "' "'"'iiiy
ninuuii. superintendent, und Walter
i.umi, succeeding Frank Hooler
As we were strolling alone n.
ai ....... j "
assistant secretary. Thn fna,i..-! " . ' . ,uy lm" wc,,k w" t',-
were reelected to their same .ull..' TM' VueX S
J. N. HIBBARD
AUCTIONEER
l-nrm nn1 Htock Halea a Specialty
Anywl.ue Any Time
Him-ues IteiiNoniible
HUMa:.. ,;,,.;, WAH1,
For Hule Heifers coiiiIdi (J
soon, or will exciiaim tj
dry. cowa. Two No. 1 m
tered Holateln bulls, (iood
a ro and workiiig brood ninre, iv
1 2.10 lbs. Spring seed ouU i
vetches mixed ready to sew). J
In churge of the Koland Muntfa J
lure of 1.10 acres, located on Bu:
lor Flat. I will start taking Id a.
April 10. Young stork, lit A
mouth. Two-year old nml ip, I
per month. Dave Coons, Ilttt
Flat, Phono 10H-0. It:
For Hale Six bend of livlfcre, oj
fresh and one coining fmdi J
W. J. Fullerlon, Warren, tire. Ph
i o r, -1 2 . ii
For Sain 3000 Mammoth ft:
plants, all colors, 60c per doieg
T. tlerdes, phone 46. I
Wanted Someone to take on
1 A acres of onions for half ol
II. W. lletxenretnr. Warren, Ow
Ii
I want to soil my fish mirl
stock and fixtures. Will Icaxbai
lug. A good location and aioodi
porliinlty for a paying little biiH
8. It. Boiinelrud, St. Ilelemi, Orw
For Sale One acre of garden If
In lloulton: one-halt In Imrrlci
fruit; small house; city water a
street lights. Win. II. Smith, H'
ton. Ore. !
For Hulo Kurly Hone need p
1,.... I ... ......... .....1. ...lib m I
J. Larsen. Wnrren. Ore. H
Furniture p.nd household elltfctil'
sale. Cull at second hiiiiM on
north of lenrls court. C. II. M!
St. Helens. Phono f.9 H
Wanted Oood serond-liatnl ro!
ton or flat ton often desk, nnte
full County Agricultural Aint,
llele'is.
I'lltK! F1KK! I'lltK! r'UIE
See K. E. Quick, St. Ilelem, '
Insure your property In Hi 0rl"
Fire Heiluf Association of '
villi,, Oregon. Don't put 11 "
MchOtf W. U. WAHHKN, Pl
1
CONTRACTINu
HOUSE MOVING
Cement and Concrete
Work a Specialty
CHARLES REAM
St. Helens, Oregon
i
CENTRAL
SHOE SHOP
ir. again open.
REPAIRING
Promptly and Satisfactorily
done at Right Prices
J. MILLER
I!
I
r ,0'iuiirs, wno lives far back
In tho

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