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ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. 1917
J MIST MISTINGS
Dr. Lowe, Oct. 4.
Mrs. W. B. Dillard was u Portland
shopper Saturday.
Attorney E. S. Snelling lias been
In St. Helens for the past few days.
Typewriter ribbons and carbon pa
per can be obtained at the Mist office.
L. R. Rutherford was transacting
business matters in Portland Satur
day. H. S. Mason left Wednesday night
for Portland, on his way to the Pen
dleton round-up.
Tho best creamery butter at Kib
lan's, $1 per roll or 60 cents per
pound. Phone 35.
J. W. Allen was in Portland Mon
day looking after matters connected
with the Columbia County Fair.
Mrs. C. V. Blakecloy, of St. Hel
ens, is visiting Mrs. G. Clifford Halow
of this city. Warrenton News.
Randolph Anderson, who is em
ployed by the Deer Islard Losing
Co., was in the city Saturday on busi
ness matters.
Mrs. A. L. Stono and daughter
Helen returned Monday evening
after a short visit with relatives in
Washougul, Wash.
H. E. Smith, of Portland, general
agent of the Commonwealth Insur
ance Company, was a business visitor
in St. Helens Tuesday.
Mrs. C. H. John entertained a num
ber of her friends Friday afternoon
in honor of Mrs. Victoria Per'y, of
Rainier, mother of Mrs. A. F. Har
nett. Mrs. G. A. Mace left Tuesday morn
ing for Ridgefleld, where sho joined
Mr. Mace's father, and they left for
Lewiston, Mont., wher thy will spnd
a month with relatives.
A. L. Shrevo, who formerly worked
in the shipbuilding yard, has recent
ly been appointed manager of the
North Star Power Company, at Flor
ence, Oregon.
Mrs. Mary Muckow and son Henry,
of Hastings, Neb., mother and bro
ther of Mrs. Von Gray, arrived in
St. Helens Friday and will spend
some months hero at the Gray home
Albert Burchcm, the pile driver
man, has moved his family from
Kelso, Wash., to Portland, Oregon.
Mr. Burcham thought Portland a
more central point from which to con
duct his business.
For the first time in several months
W. C. Morley took a day off and went
to Portland Monday. He took an
other day off Wednesday and went
up for his auto truck, which was
undergoing repairs.
Miss Helen Duns, formerly a. mem
ber of the St. Helens high school
faculty, will teach this year at The
Dalles. She is still interested in St.
Helens as she asked that the Mist be
sent to her new address.
A letter to the Mist from it. D
Laws, who is in the cavalry servica
in the United States army and is
stationed at Honolulu, states ho will
soon take an examination for ap
pointment as cadet at West Point.
Dr. L. G.' Ross was called to Gear
hart Friday night to attend Mrs. It
L. Jeffcott, who was seriously ill.
Her many friends here will be
pleased to know that she is now con
valescent and has been able to re
turn to her Portland home.
The steamer Multnomah, Captain
Green, after discharging her cargo of
general freight at the Portland docks,
dropped down to St. Helens and com
pleted her lumber cargo, sailing for
San Pedro late Wednesday night.
Her passenger accommodations were
comfortably filled.
After a long automobile trip
through Oregon and California which
extended almost to the Mexican line,
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Georgo returned
to St. Helens Monday night. The
trip was made without any of the
hard luck which sometimes goes with
an auto trip, and was much enjoyed
by the autol.sls.
Mrs. E. Ostrander, of Salem, and
her son C. E. Ostrander, of Portland,
and Walden DUlard, who Is at pres
ent in the adjutant general's office in
Portland, spent the week end from
the 8th to the 10th at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Dillard. On Saturday
evening three birthdays, those of Ivar
Wellinder, Mason Dillard und C. E
Ostrander, were celebrated.
The Mist is In receipt of a letter
from Mrs. Effie Karth, who hi now
in Baltimore, Md. She gives un
interesting account of the forts alone
Chesapeake bay and the many hi.:
torlcal features and places In und
uround Maryland's most famous city.
G. D. Gilson and family, who for
merly lived in St. Helens, aro now
residents of Baltimore and wish to
ba remembered to their St. Helens
friends.
Judge M. F. Hr.zen has received
letter from U. S. Dotson, secretary of
tho Iowa Association of Oregon, stat
ing that the association will have
headquarters at the fair grounds dur
ing the state fair at Salem. The
judge, who is vice president of the
association, extends to all Iowans
living In Columbia county the hos
pitality of the association's headquar
ters In Salem should they visit the
fair.
Brick and Bulk ice cream at Ma
son's Sunday. Phone 119.
I 1 n ti it Mn II C MW'nrmli-V
spent Tuesday in Portland.
Miss Mildred Loyd, of Doer Island,
visited friends in St. Helens Sntur-
i day.
F. Anltker, of Goble, and John
! Farr, of Warren, were in St. lloloi.s
j Friday.
I Von A. Gray, James Hunt and
John Southard motored to Portland
Wednesday.
Miss Merna Yeoman was down
from Portland Saturday and Sunday
visiting friends. '
A. W. Muckow, of Portland, spent
Sunday and Monday with his sister,
Mrs. Von A. Gray.
J. W. McDonald and Mickey Mc
Donald motored to Portland Monday
and attended to business matters.
Mrs. Serena C. Morton, of Port
land, is in St. Helens attending the
fair and a guest of her son, S. 0.
Morton.
Mrs. W. II. Hosklu was in Port
land Thursday, In attendance at the
Red Cross meeting of the Portland
chapter.
Fred Trow, Milton Smith, T. J.
Fllppln and N'. Blumeustaddt mo
tored up from Rainier Thursday to
attend the fair.
Miss Leonora Paulson left Sunday
for Raymond, Wash., where she has
accepted a position in the public
schools of that city..
Miss Ruby Hammarstram, who is
teaching In the Portland public
achools, was a week end guest of her
friend, Mrs. R. H. Rawson.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Levi passed away Saturday morn
ing. The funeral was held Sunday
and the interment was in the Odd
Fellows' cemetery.
Mrs. Elizabeth Adams and two
children have come to St. Helens to
spend the winter and will make their
home with Mrs. Adams' daughter,
Mrs. Thomas Roy.
Tho Oregon annual conference will
be hold In Springfield September 24
to October 1. Rev. A. S. Ilisey is a
member of tho examining board and
will leave Monday for Springfield.
After a two weeks vacation spent
in California, A. L. Stone, cashier of
tho Columbia County Bank, returned
to St. Helens Wednesday. He made
the trip north on the steamer Klam
ath. Walden Dillard, of the Coast Ar
tillery, who has boon assigned to the
office of the adjutant general in Port
land, has recently been appointed as
sergeant.
Miss Effie Perkins, who has been
visiting her mother in Drain for the
past several days. Is expected to re
turn tonight. She will leave next
week for Sun Francisco to resume her
duties In the Lane hospital.
The Honor Guard girls are much
encouraged over tho prospect of har
vesting a good crop from their one
acre potato patch. Potatoes from
their own patch were served at the
banquet given to the drafted boys.
C. C. Walker and Frank Thompson,
who recently enlisted in the Forestry
Regiment, were down Thursday to
attend the fair. Both aro well
pleased with the service and expect
to soon leave for service in France.
Mrs. M. F. Hazen, of St. Helens,
paid an over-night visit Tuesday to
her old friends, Mr. and Mrs. E. H
Flagg, of this city, on her way home
from attendance on the Rebekah con
vention at Seaside. Warrenton
News.
Tho St. Helens Red Cross will have
its next regular meeting at the Guild
hall tomorrow afternoon. A full
attendance is desired. The second
shipment of Red Cross supplies is
now being prepared and will soon be
sent out.
Miss Alvord, leader of the Honor
Guard, has called a special business
meeting of the guard for Monday
niglvt, at the Guild hall. All mem
bers are requested to be present, as
business matters of importance aro
to be acted on. Meeting will be called
at 8 o'clock.
Twenty-five patriotic women of
Siappoose registered on "Woman's
Registration day" for any help that
can possibly bo rendered the govern
ment. Very few, if any, registered
in St. Helens, as apparently there
was a misunderstanding in regard to
tho registration.
Many friends of Dr. Edwin Ross
gathered In the church parlors of tho
Methodist church Wednesday and
gave a farowell reception to the doc
tor, who leaves tomorrow night for
his future homo, In Rcdlands, Cal.
His daughter, Miss Harriet, who has
been visiting friends-here for Beveral
woeks, will accompany him.
ADVERTISED LETTERS
Letters unclaimed at the St. Hel
ens, Oregon, postoffice for tho week
ending Sept. 15, 1917
Geo. Burns, G. R. Covert, O. A.
Erickson, Thos. Hngen, Mrs. Laund,
Mrs. Halver Mlpploson, J. D. McKle,
R. A. Peterson, Charles Swygert, Joe
Silvia, L. M. Thorston, Horuco Van
Anker, Miss Maude Zackary.
eLtters unclaimed by Sept. 29
will be sent to the division of daad
letters.
IVA E. DODO, Postmaster.
WEST ST. HELENS
Perley Crouso spent tho week end
in town.
Everybody get ready for school
Monday morning.
Irla Oliver spirit Friday and Sat
urday In Portland.
Llgo Martin started for American
Lake Wednesday morning.
Mrs. Virglo llonzer, of Rainier, is
visiting her slater, Mrs. Margie Tur
holl. Wallace Crouso is spending a few
days with his father and sisters, in
town.
Ri'.y Tarbell brought in r. fine herd
of Shorthorns to tho fair grounds
Tuesday. - ,
Mrs. Prof. Brown took her little
boy to Portland Friday for an opera
tion for adnolds.
This is a busy week at tho can
nery, with cabbage and beans both
to be taken care of.
Miss Lois Payne started Monday
morning for Forest Grove, where Bha
is to attend college this winter.'
Mrs. Emma Boyd, of St. Johns, Is
spending the week with her sisters,
Mrs. Mattie KrnnU and Mrs Florence
Tarbell.
Prof. Lake Is making a strenuous
effort to havo Houlton school have
a good exhibit even though school is
not yet in session.
John Smith was a Portland visitor
Saturday. John's business was to
buy grass seed to now on a portion
of the new burned section on Bunker
Hill.
Dr. Ross took Robert Oliver to
Portland Friday, where tho little fel
low received cheering nsstirance that
his arms will bo all right In a short
time.
Gertrude Brown returned home
Friduy from St. Vincent's hospital,
whore sho hud undergone an opera
tion for appendicitis. Sho is gaining
rapidly.
The house party given by Mrs.
Daniels Saturday evening was a very
enjoyable affair. Dancing was in
dulged in and refreshments were
served by the hostess.
Sunday, Mrs. ('has. Morris chaper
oned a party of young folks consist
ing of Misses Mao Morris, Norn Gens
man and Leah Oliver, John Fritz and
Ralph Munroe on a picnic trip to
Sauvies Island.
Leonard Rico and Jewel Short were
married in Astoria Friday evening
and are spending a few days with
relatives here before returning to
Astoria, whero they will spend the
winter.
LIST OF TRANSFERS
Reported by Columbia Abstract
Company.
Sept. 12 M. F. Hazen et ux. to
Lucy L. Dlvenii; lots 4, 5, blk. 8,
Georgetown, $1.
Georgo R. Kelley et ux. to Lucy
Divens; lot 3, blk. 8, Georgetown,
$40.00.
Lucy L. Dlvcns ct ux4o Frank
Servldo et ux.; lots 3, 4, 5, blk. 8,
Georgetown, $475.
J. N. Rice et al. to Jeiinlo White
ford; tracts 19, 20, 21, Haven Acres,
$653.50.
Sept. 13 James Mucklo ct ux. to
Harry Howard; laud In Sec. 35, T.
5 N R. 2 W., $1.
Harry Howard et ux. to ChaB. E.
Jeffrien; land in Sec. 35, T. 5 N , R. 2
W., $10.
Annette Clark to C. A. Usher; land
in Sec. 4, T. 4 N., R. 1 W., $35.
Sept. 14 Finlay McKlnnonen to
Russell Burke et ux.; land in Sec. 16,
T. 7 N., 11. 4 W., $10.
Bertha Block to Millie Taylor;
land In Sees. 14 and 23, T. 8 N., R.
4 W., $10.
Annie M. Brlnn et ux. to Louis Ol
son et ux.; lots 19, 20, blk. 129, St.
Helens, $10.
O. S. Larson et ux. to Jufo(, Llnde
berg; lurid in Sees. 26, 27, 34 and 35,
T. 8 N., R. 4 W., $10.
Sept. 15 Portland Lbr. Co. to
Charles B. Lambert et al.; land In
Sees. 10, 11 and 15, T. 7 N., R. 3 W.,
$10.00.
Sept. 17 Ellen L. Mills to Lou
Rogers; lots 7 and 8, East Side Add.
to Vernonia, $400.
Helen L. Gallahor to Fannin Wel
ko; lots 1, 2, 3, 4 in Sec. 14, T. 8 N.,
R. 4 W., $10.
Connie L. Kurth et ux. to Herbert
M. Wharton; lots 7 and 8, blk. 29,
Columbia City, $10.
Sept. 19 Olof Obion et ux. to W.
S. Smith; lots 10 and 13, blk. 97, St.
Helens, $10.00.
NOTICE OK SI'IX I l, MEETING OK
THE HtXHKT AMATKl ll ATII.
LETIC CLl'U.
A bpeclal meeting of the stock
holders of the Sunset Amateur Ath
letic Club will be held on Saturday,
the 29th day of September, 1917, at
7 o'clock p. m., at tho Club building
in the City of St. Helens, Columbia
County, Oregon, for the purpose of
considering the disposition of tho
property of the corporation. All
stockholders are requested to be pres
ent. K. E. BJORKMAN,
Secretary.
Dated Sept. 19, 1917.
Mrs. Charles Lake has boen suf
fering with an attack of appendicitis.
CHURCH NOTICES
Christ Kilsi'oiul Church
There will ho services In Christ
Episcopal church next Sunday eve
ning, September 23, ut 7:30.
Methodist Episcopal Church
"Tho Friendly Church," Albert S.
Ilisey, pastor.
Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Morning worship, 1 1 a. m.
Epworth League, 7 p. ni.
Evening service, 8 o'clock.
Sunday will ho tho close of tho
year's work. It has boon a good year
with victories for tho church. There
Is iitlll a Uttlo time, which Is nnipU'
for tho completion of tho work still
undone. Subject for tho morning
service, "What hi the Record?" For
tho evening, "Tho Harvest Is Past."
Let us make this Every Member
Sunday. If you rro a mouther or
friend of tho church your presence
next Sunday is v.ry much desired.
A membership roll c: 11 will he a part
of tho morning service. Will you
reapond to your n:me?
Thoro will bo no preaching services
at tho church next Sunday. Tho Sun
day school will hold its nun un I rally
and promotion exercises In tho morn
ing. The league will havo Its regu
lar meeting In tho evening.
BANK STATEMENT
No. IS
itoport of tho condition of the Col
umbia County Bunk, ut St. Helens,
In the State of Oregon, at the close
of business Sept. 11th. 1917.
RESOURCES
t.ouus and discounts ...(215,729.20
Overdrafts, secured and
i unsecured 33 07
I Bonds and warrants . . . 97,437.02
, Stocks, securities, Judg-
i ments, etc 239 50
: Hanking houso 17.030 00
Furniture and fixtures. . 2.095.00
Other real estato owned 4,972.37
! Due from approved re-
! serve banks 53,971.53
.Cash on hand 18.937.24
Other resources 0,144.00
Total 1417
! LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in ... 50
Surplus fund 10
I Undivided profits, less
i expenses and tuxes
I paid 1
. Postal savings bank de
posits 18
I Individual deposits sub-
j Joct to chock 201
j Demand certificates of
i of deposit 11,
Cashier checks outstaud
I Ing 1
Certified checks
.Time and savings de-
1 posits 123
190.19
000.00
000.00
034.04
067.52
425.29
159.39
033.84
12.40
857.71
Total $417,190.19
State of Oregon,
County of Columbia ss.
I, A. L. Stono, Cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly Bwear that
the abovo statement Is true to the
best of my knowledge und belief.
A. L. STONE,
Cashier.
! Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 20 day of Sept, 1917.
J. W. DAY.
Notary Public.
My commission expires May 24,
1920.
CORRECT Attest :
H. F. M'CORMK'K,
SHERMAN M. MILES,
i Directors.
riTATlOX
I IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
! STATE OF OREGON FOR COL
! UMBIA COUNTY.
In tho Matter of the Adoption of
i Robert Emanuel Lofgreen.
To: Edward Lofgreen, father of Rob
ert Emanuel Lofgren, und to all
other unknown, kin of said Robert
Emunuel Lofgreen.
In the name of the State of Ore
gon; You are hereby commanded to ap
peur beforo the Hotiorablo County
Court of tho State of Oregon In and
for tho County of Columbia at the
Court Houso In the clty of St. Hel
ens, on tho 6th day of November,
1917, at th hour of 9:30 A. M. on
said day to show cp.uso, If any exists,
why the petition of Albert E. Now
herg and Cecelia Newherg heretofore
filed In this court, should not be
grunted, said petitioners Albert E.
Newberg and Cecelia Nowberg hav
ing petitioned tho court that Robert
; Emanuel Lorgreen is tho son of Cath
erine Lofgron, now deceased, and
Edward Lofgreen; that said parents
have been divorced and that by said
decree of divorce sr. Id mother was
awarded the caro and custody of said
child, and ever since the time of her
divorce until tho tlmo of her death,
said child was In her care and cus
tody; that said Edward Lofgreen
father of said child, has failed to
support said child since his birth, und
that the petitioners herein are hus
bund and wife and residents of this
county, and are financially able to
; properly support arid educate said
child; are of good moral character
and repute, and they desire to adopt
said child and change his name from
Robert Emanuel Lofgren to Robert
Emanuel Newberg; und that tho
child's grandmother, Flna Williams
und an aunt, Selmii Newberg, sig
nified their consent in writing that
said adoption and chango of niimn
he made.
This citation Is served upon you
by publication thnroof pursuant to
tho order of the Hon. R. 8. Ilnttnii,
Judge of the above entitled court
made and entered on the Uth day or
September, 1917, ordering such pub
lication ho mudo in tho St. Helens
Mist, a newspaper of general circula
tion published in Columbia County
Oregon, once a week for threo suc
cessive weekn, tho first publication
to he on the 14th day of September,
1917, and tho last publication to ho
on the 5th day of October, 1917.
uinkau I'. OLSON AND
JAMES R. BAIN,
Attorneys for Petitioners.
Always trade In your homo town
The prices are:
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Men's from.
Boys'
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They are the latest thing for boys.
look them over.
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Last but not least
A.H
MACKINAWS
We have just received a lot of Mackinaws in Men'
and Boys' sizes. Tlicy were bought before the ad
vance in prices and we are therefore able to sell
them at a very reasonable price.
$5.00 to $9.00
$5 and $6
We have also received a new assortment of
BOYS' SUITS
Come in and
SPECIAL
One week only
Wide Mouth Self Sealing Kerr Mason
Quart Fruit Jars at
85c per dozen
A. S. HARRISON
Extending the Time
OF OUR BIG SCHOOL SUPPLY SALE
10. DAYS OR UNTIL OCT. 1st
This will give the St. Helens Schools a chance
to load up on their much needed supplies.
10c 100-leaf Scribbler Tablet, Zr
only
10onTy 15C 4",eaf kl Inl tablet!
10c Large Drawing Pad, Qr
only
5c Spelling Pads, Composition Books hr
and Note Books, each 4L
You should take advantage ol my early buy
ing and lay in a supply for the entire season.
Fall Millinery Season
IH NOW O.N.
Visit our Millinery Department In
our new store. You will bo sur
prised ut the beautiful Mats we havo
on display.
PRICES AUK VERY KEAHOXAIU.E
35c Ladies' Burson Hose - - 25c Each
While they last.
Taber's Variety Store

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