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ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 5. 1917
MIST MISTINGS J Typewriter ribbons and carbon pa per can be obtained at the Mist office. J. K. Ramsey was a business visit or in the metropolis Saturday. Prank Miles, of Portland, was in St, Helens Thursday transacting busi ness. Mrs. Elizabeth Adams left Tuesday for Poru, Ind., to visit reliv Ives and friends. ( H. John came down from Port land Sunduy to spend the day with his family. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Shinn re turned Sunday after several days' visit in Salem. Deputy Sheriff Hrowu and J. T. Tabor were in attendance at the state fair in Salem Friday. Miss Eugenia Deming left Satur day morning for Eugene, where she will enter the state uutversity. Mrs. M. Rosenthal was lu Portland Wednesday and Thursday in attend ance at the Jewish Woman'o Council. C. L. Wheeler, of the lur.d depart ment of the St. Helens Lumber Co., was a business visitor in St. Helens' Tuesday. I Mr. Chapman, fo-merly a resident of St. Helens but now a druggist in , Eugene, spent Saturday and Sunday here renewing old acquaintances. ! County School Supt. J. V. Allen ! Is sending out the October apportion ment of state money to the various ' schools In Columbia county. The ap portionment is 1.86 per capita. j J. O. Taber and wife, of Cheyenne, '! Wye. are guests at the home of Mr. ! and Mrs. J. T. Taber. Miss Amy Ueorgo was in Portland Thursday visiting relatives. District Attorney Metsker was in Salem Wednesday on legal business. Fred Ketel will give another one of his enjoyable and well managed dunces at tho city hall tomorrow night. Prof. Toello'8 orchestra of Portland will furnish tho best of music. H. J. Southard returned Saturday morning from Seattle, to which place he accompanied his son John, and saw that ho was comfortably settled. John enrolled in the University of Washington Monday. Miss Effie Perkins returned to San Francisco Saturday to resume her du ties in one of the San Francisco hos pitals. It is probable that tho Ued Cross nurse division of which Bhe Is a member will leave for France tho latter part of this month. Mrs. Thus. Hoy ras received a let ter from her brother Hugh, who Is in the navy and stationed on the IT. S. S. President Lincoln, in New York harbor. The vessel was formorly a German liner but upon declaration of war with Germany the United States government took it over. Adams expects to sail soon for France or England. 11. D. Scott, of this city, has re ceived a letter from his slater who lives In Canad?. (we withhold name of city for military reasons) stating that a number of American soldiers have passed through that city. Miss Scott says the American soldiers were accorded a hearty welcome in the Cunadian town; that "they were grand looking men, ueat and soldier like," and merited the admiration bestowed upon them. OCEAN VOYAGES are Comfortable, Safe and Speedy on the M'COIICK S. S. LINE OF STEAMERS San Francisco, San Pedro and Los Angeles Weekly sailings from St. Helens For information, rates and reservations phone A-89 ST. HELENS LUMBER CO. . a. ri a rn iiwt w, .. . i UN UKnUUiN Miss Pollock, of Eugene, Is a guest of her friend, Mrs. W. E. l.ldynrd. There will be mi Important meet ling of the Honor Guard at Guild hall jTuocday night. I Jack Helser, of Portland, was In St. Helens for a several days visit to her old home in Forest Grove. Norman Hupp and Sam Owens, : timbermen of Portland, were busl- ness visitors In St. Helens Wednes ! day. The steamer Daisy Gadsby sailed Thursday night with a cargo of 1.100.000 feet or lumber, destined for San Pedro. Miss Helen Johnson, of I .a rani lo, Wyo., recently arrived In St. Helens I and will spend the winter with her I sister, Mrs. J. T. Taber. I The steamer Multnomah arrived i Wednesday night and after taking on a cargo of lumber and piling will sail 'Saturday night bound for San Pedro. I S. M. Hauptman, secretary of the ' St. Helens Lumber Company, was In St. Helens this week on business con- nected with the operation of that concern. Miss Ethel Smith, accompanied by ! her friend Miss Gladys Payne, of i Portland, spent Saturday and Sunday I with Miss Smith's mother, Mrs. A. S. Harrison. i J. D. Hart, a prominent business man of Portland, was in St. Helens : Wednesday. Mr. .Hart Is heavily In terested In several of the Industrial . plants here. It. S. Payne, of Qulucy, was In St. Helens Wednesday. Mr. Payne is a ' G. A. K. veteran and mingled with j the drafted boys, giving them bits of valuable advice as to army life. ; The steamer Willumettu, which ur- j rived in Monday morning, sailed Thursday night bound for Sun Fran cisco. She carried a cargo of 876, 000 feet of lumber and hor pussen ger accommodations were all taken. The Independent Auto Co. received one of the new Ford trucks Wednes day. Thursday it was sold to E. A. Koss, the furniture man. The auto company is making strong efforts to 1 get delivery on several inoro of these trucks. The latest news received from Geo. i Prlngle, Septcmhcr 22, states he is on board the V. S. S. IlulTulo in San! Francisco bay. He likes it line and Is enjoying tho best of health. He does not know how long htey will bo i there and that he does not know ' whore, they will go. Ho said to tell ' everyone hello for 111 in as ho will not be able to write ho often but would i appreciate all the letters he can get i from his friends. Tho residence occupied by F. L. Peterson and owned by A. W. Mueller I was damaged by flro Wednesday 'afternoon. Dan Richardson saw; I smoke coming from tho building and ; called "Shorty" Stokes, and the lire Watchmaker and Jeweler RELIABLE WORK GUARANTEED GOODS VON A. GRAY The Jeweler HT. HUI.KNM, OKKGON New Meat Market and Grocery On Saturday, October 13, the People's Meat Market and Grocery will open its doors and be ready for business at the Harris building, on the Strand. We will have a full and complete line of Groceries and also a well conducted Butcher Shop, where you can secure choice meats at reasonable prices. We ex tend to you an invitation to visit us on our opening day, October 13. THE PEOPLE'S MARKET St. Helens, Oregon MACKINAWS We have just received a lot of Mackinaws in Men' and Boys' sizes. They were bought before the l vance in prices and we are therefore able to s II them at a very reasonable price. The prices are: Men s from $5.00 tO $9.00 Boys- $5 and $6 "NOHOLS PANTS" We have these famous Pants in both Boys' and Men's sizes. They are GUARANTEED Wear, proof, Holeproof, Sparkproof and Tearproof for six months. If they do not wear, you will be given i new pair. The prices are: $2.50 $1.25 MENS'. BOYS'. WEST ST. HELENS C. D. White was a Portland visitor Sunduy. Mrs. Chus. Morris waa a Portland visitor Friday. T. S. Whlto mudo a business trip to Qulncy Friday. Mrs. Dnnlels has moved onto the ranch of Judge. Harris, west of town. Mr. Kulth is doing a big Job of painting on C. I). While's meat mar ket. T. W. Siilel, of Centnilla. Is In town for a few duys, looking after business Interests. Mrs. I.. F. Ilarger, of Yankton, visited Portland and Salem from Sat urday to Monday. Large, all cast, cast lined Heater, in three sizes 17.00, 19.00, 21.00 I have eight styles of Heaters, priced prom $2.75 to $21.00. Come in and see them. Jasper Glburson returned Sunduy !...! 1.I..1... I I ...I I I. . .. .1 department near tho Klchardson resl- ' " dence was rushed to the scene andVT "'"" brother's child. did good work before the downtown' Walller' M. apparatus arrived. The damage to I ultt'r "rived Monday from 'the house will amount to 8t)Verul ! ol' '""' "as entered the employ of -hundred dollars and tho furniture i W' 'was damaged a like amount. I Mr8- Klln an'' MHK,' ,,"ula,, uml State highway engineer, Mr. Nunn. ! M'"" SmU" ttml Ir,H ()llvt'r "l""'1 'and his assistant had a narrow escape W"lnesduy with Mrs. Mamie Hher from receiving oevere Injuries on ""n. at Sherman's Mill. 'Wednesday of last week when the' Mr Bn'' MrB- Kd ot K1"r- i Maxwell cur in which they were rid- R"ce' re- w,, ,mve ,"!cn vl"lll"K S Ing was destroyed. The accident took ! Mr "UZ,m'H ftt,l,er "ml H'Kt,!r' M" place while going ud HukI.v nionn.'"' J' lsully- rMur'"' "ome Monday e. a. ross : Bank- Rlrlo- St Ml.nc . J- s-fv. aivivug up tain, the gasollno feed pipe breaking and causing an explosion which en-' tirely destroyed the body of the car. i Clatskanie Chief. Good Faith Good Service Good Quality On these three great principles we are building our busi ness, which is daily increasing. Will you give us a trial order and let us prove our statement. morning. This Is a busy time at tho cannery. l abhuge, prunes, peurs and apples are crowding, besides a good muny beans are still coming in from the lowlands. Miss Iris Grlffl; of Yankton, who bus been spending tho summer as n "hello girl" In Portland, returned home Monday and will keep house for her brother this winter. County Agent Howard, accompan ied by John Furr of Warren and Fred Ilrlggs.and Than Ilrown, of Yankton, motored to Salem und took In tho state fair, returning Sunduy. Mr. and Mrs. O. I., and Miss Iva Tarhell and Mr. und Mrs. James Kob- from forest service or other owners i "iet" motored to Hlllsboro Sunduy. All lands have ample water for Irrl-1 Tne5' fou"'l It necessary to go via gatlon If needed. C. M. Hyskell, care ! ,,"rtlanl on account of road con Oregon Ilerkshlro Co., Wa-ren, Ore- ; wtruotion in Cornelius pass, gon. 4 2-2 j Wednesday was Iris Oliver's blrth- . jday. It was bIbo the regulur meeting (Mill) OK TIl.WKH 'night of tho Uebekahs. Tho lodge We wish to express our sincere j surprlned her by escorting her to the thanks to tho cltlzena of St. Helens . dining room of tho order and seutlng and to the flro department who so j her nt a well-spread tublo on which I..VMK4 Mil TIMItKIt I'Olt H.VI.K We will sell about 5,000 acres natural meadow lands at very reason ablo prlco and terms. Also 40,000 acres grazing lands. This runge com bined is suitabli for cattle or sheep business; located on headwaters of Deschutes river. With these lands goes practically free about 80,000,000 feet flno yellow pine timber, located along right cf way of Southern Pa cific's Natron cutoff, and adjoining similar timber thc.t can bo acquired SOCIAL DANCE AT CITY HALL THURSDAY NIGHT October 6, 1917 Mu.icby Prof. Toelle'i Or chestra, of Portland. Floor management under di rection of Ben Cooley. FRED KETEL, Manager Admission $1.00. LADIES FREE 111 E. AND HA E II Phone 80 St. Helens Mercantile Company IN THE RUTHERFORD BLDG. If you don't trade with us we both lose money promptly cumo to our assistance Wednesday afternoon, whon our homo was on flro. Your prompt re spotn.e saved us much and we appre ciate It more than we can express. F. U. PKTRUSON AND FAMILY. ii,., i. ........ .i ..... k.u tiiuiutmi uMcorauon was an Im mense birthday cake buked by Bro ther lineman. All lluses Cull at Hotel Courteous Treatment BTOI AT ORCADIA HOTEL THOH, ISltlSTKIt, 1'rop. Chicken Dinner Huudity, 8Ro ItATIOH $1.00 IMCH DAY AND UP Special Itutex to Regular Hoarders CHURCH NOTICES Methodist Kplw iipul Church I "Tho Friendly Church," Albert 8. . Hlsey, pastor. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m Kpworth Leaguo, 0:30 p. m. Kvonlng services, 7:30 o'clock. I Sermon by tho pastor both morn lug and evening. j Please note that tho evening ser vices will he held 30 minute earlier than during the summer months. With those services we begin the second year of our ministry with tho good peoplo of St. Melons. Tho past year nas brought many splendid friendships. May the coming year' ; bring a far greater happlnesB In the ! aorvlce of our common Lord. I "He Profits Most Who Serves the Best" We do a great deal of advertising in various ways, but we believe that the most favorable publicity which we receive is through the medium of a "satisfied customer." A feeling of security is always shown by our customers, because they have learned to rely on the quality of our goods, the superiority of our service and the fairness of our prices. The extent and quality of our trade and the obvious confidence reposed in us by the public is convincing evi dence that we always give superior service. LET US BE YOUR GROCER A. S. HARRISON Phone 27 We buy and sell for less.