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Samson In visiting l'"f "later coma. girls' Saturday club niol with Vera Prlcn IiihI B: ! u r l n y after- ih Vera Tipton, i.f I'nrtliiiiil. tlio week end with Iior nlwl'tr, is Daymen, of Cornelius, Im linn a luonlli with her uui.t, Mrs. Independent Auto Co. of Hi mi dollrerod a imw Ford to (1 tolloy k. in total amount of the second Im- ! f Liberty Loan IkiikIh purchuscd UlIOI.SO wit $ii,f00. ainlma Krcps, of IIumuiii, WuhIi., ending a moiitli with her diiugh- Mrs. Albert Johnson. hi high school boya "Tnppn Nil club -Ms been meeting dully Im library. Something's up. Key's sinter, of Denver, Colo , called homo on Wednesday by! snddon death cit thnlr father. lom. Henry WIhI, who h:iH in ihu hospital since curly In September, Ih not expected hoini! for two or throe weeks. Tint broken bono In bin arm Iiuh refused to knit nml nhout mi H 111,), Mi.llnl r....... II. 1 ...... xiiiiiii .1111 u in ii'ir linn in i...ir - .. . ... " "' to 17.65. Fi, was n-.lH.Ml to put the (.,' almoHt -itlr.-ly out of ,,.,t. ,t,.Kl a.. ,.. ST. HELENS ' IMU VElvlRRR 2, 1917 "r! there, besides numerous relu- I ivou U, ...i .. . """"" "I"iiiih of real merit r'"l"rM ami u general ulr of j-mhiicuimiii p 'rvadod the entire an old-fashioned iiimtriiin c:iu"il mud, merriment, Will Clark! - tilni;. Tho uric- ,,r i ' ",m s,il nn" Mrs. Donsar tho ;,. . , . , '-.n.nn riMIK'MI other. ouffeo and otlior good things, ifteriAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi "men an o (1-fHKli iinni grafted to tho uvm. Mr. I.ulu H. MiLanclilun loft re cently for Itimoburg, on a vIkIi to her liiiiiliainl, who Is traveling engineer on tho 8. I. U. It. You rim liiuku money with a Wail. I'ortalilo (iuHOlluo Unix Saw. Only $10(1 delivered. Wrlio or call for particulars. W. C. It. (i. Median I ! Iiilnnil. Tho freshmen entertained tho high nchool Friday evening at u dance In W'.ltH f: 1'rlcn hull. MIhk Ardalh ll:i gov furiilHheil tho miiiilr. tefr,..,,. liiontn worn nerved ami everyone had a kooiI time. Services will bo held at the Con gregational church next Sunday ui follows: Sunday school, 10: f, a. in Morning worship, 11:15; text, I'm 14 2-7, "Houls In Prison." Evening service, 7:30; I. John 1-X, "Self De ceivers. " Kverybody welcome. Mr. iiud Mrs. P. A. Krakes and daughter motored to North Plains last week, going by way of the old logging trail. They found tho road I ! .... noiiin pretty good spenderB In tills community. Make money cutting c.ordwood. ituy a Wade Portable Gasoline, l)rll(! Suw $l0 delivered. Terms If desired. W. ' It. (i. Meehan, agents, Deer Inland, Oregon. Walter Freeman nluvn.i 4i.nl old-time danco music that acts theii foot ajigglng. The evening's fun was' ended by singing "auld Lang Syne." ', A llttlo want ad In the St. Helena Mist will bring results. j Many People Saved Money TRY OUR WANT ADS DEER ISLAND Will Tuylor, of Dufur, Ore ". um ins coiiHin, Mrs. ('has. Knr llsh. Ih A gentleman of good character wlshoo room and board with widow or private family. Pleace state price of room and board per month. Ad dress P. O. Box 66, Houl'on, Oregon. 4 6-2-X ! for Sale A 1200 nniinrl rondo' j delivery horse, light delivery wagon; r. nun Mrs. h. ( lark have renierl and harness Inr.niro ni iin i the coltag.. on the Cloverhlll chicken ! p"rtl"8 St. Helens, Ore. 46-tf! ranch and are moving this week. The aiinoiiMce.ne,,. ,.f .1.. ..I . r.or. ""le a registered Shorthorn . . . ' .nun mree years old. Price reason- Itra. Oiitchell mudn n flvlnit trio week, arriving Friday ..venlng ! rm,K" "ml mirr"w- wtl" ''vy re-nmlmr Haturd.nv nori.li.ir i r'l,l",, HotUl tllng they came via the he Nehalom Timber and Logging """"ow" ro,l1' " sold It 160-ton Mullet locomo tu a railroad In Kits'. St. I.ouls iter. nd Mrs. Joseph Watson unil I Mr. Hhefnnr iiiiitored from Mr. Johiialou has organized a boys' club. Tho club held Its first meet ing TuoHiluy evening In the lecture room of the church. The following rvi. ....... i . . . nd to spend Sunday with Mrs '"'" i resm-ni, n-v II Cleave. x.-creiary, i.yie jon A workman was Injured ut Chap- ;" -r. .m ...nauay; comni.i- ,. caini) Krlday by a b.mvy log roll- "''"" "y. ciiairninn; uob- over hla body. IK. was taken to'"1 ,'y'"" Kr""Mt n"",n' Tl"-1-ortlai.d l.oi.pltal. ',v"r'' ""ro1"1 Tuesday. llltlo duiighter cauin to brighten I . hiiiiio of Mr. and Mi a. Harry j nil It. Mrs. Smith will Iih rcmetu-l red iih Miss Eva Clllott. BACHELOR PLAT hiHt Thurmluy of Mrs. Mary Hammer to Mr. Pederaon, a Portland floriHt, has been received. Klmer I.oyd, who has been In east ern Oregon, came home Sunday for his sister's wedding, uud expects to stay for tho winter. It. Allison, of Sherwood, and Miss Catching anil MIhh Jessie Her, of St. Johns, motored down from St. Johns Sunday and spent the day with O. J. MoCon noil. Itev. J. J. Pacey and wife, of Kaln ler, spent Wednesday visiting the Deer Island people und getting In touch with their work In this place. They aru enthusiastic and earnest workers and deserve tho hearty sup port of the c (immunity. Itoosevelt has aptly said, "A community with out mi active church is a community on the down gn-de." Wo now have an opportunity to build up an active church In this community, und let us welcome that opportunity and make the most of it, tho henollts that will ho received are bo much greater than tha effort required. The Ited Cross Auxiliary needs at leust two more sewing machines be cause so much of the work needs to ho done on machines. Mrs. Wicker hIiiiiii rent us a new Singer last week and It Is Indeed a "joy forever." Will not someone else further this most necessary work? Our boys ure now In the trenches and the call Is urgent for huspital supplies. The least the ones left In the security of our homes able. J. P. Archibald, Goblo, Ore. i 43-4-x I Wanted People to know I am running a car for hire. My motto is 4 safety first. Phono A-32 or 64. H. J J. Southard. 14-tf ! 1 Kor Sale Wheat and vetch, also '4 Pure BlueBtem und Red Russian win-1 4 ter wheat. A-l for seed. C. J. Lar-! 2 son, Warren, Oregon. 39-tf Mrs. K. Morton and son Oscar were UniUtrotn 6 Kelgenson have the ! transact lug business in West St. Ilel- n tract for building a concrete '" "'"I Monday. fcldre at Juckson rreek. This Is a MIhk Helen Larson spent tho week inch needed improvement. M'nd with her pi-rents. She was ac- Mr. and Mrs. Allen, of New York, j companled by Miss Ituth Anderson, ' lulling their cousin Kmniett : " ' ortian.t. They are on their way to Mr. mid Mrs. Stofrio Welgle, of the Inter 111 California. ; Milton Creek Logging Co., spent Sun- Adanis and daughter, j "'"V '" Mrs. Nelgle's parents, Mr nderson. cutert'ilne.1 the Mrs. Ilelinett. Al.i ill tho lecture room of : Mrs. Milled uud daughter Minnie i church Thursday afternoon. visited will. Mrs. I). Cole, of West St. i-'rlinds of (Iiuh. Van Cleave and' Helens last Monday. Jiully will Im pleased to know they MIsh llllnia Morton was home from jean do is to support this work witli .....1 1 1. ... U 1. U Wlirre.) !HHf St. ...IllV Iki.Ii .(mo unrl mnniH' Tu- Iririm inn" iiiiiviu I'li.n in n.fini. rMiiiit.ni". ------ -- - ....... . .... r.. I'licy urn occupying tho Chollc. house. ' Mrs. Haiinlels, now of U est St. boxes of finished work were sent to Oeoign Taylor, of Portland, spoke ' Helens hut formerly of this place, . Cortland last week, und more work I behalf of the Antl-Haloon League ' ' very sick with pneumonia. ,eis are urgently, needed. . Congregational church Sunday' Mr. and Mrs. Iliimgar.lner were out j A very pretty wedding was that of 'ng. The collect Ion was donati d' from St. Helens Sunday visiting old ; Miss Mildred I.oyd and Mr. C. li. An-c-.uih,,. ; friends. While here they attended j d. rson at the home of the bri.l''s par- ri'siiinan was seen in the hall Sunday school. leuts, Mr. and Mrs. Frank I.oyd, Sun- r. edlly devouring hit physical gei.g- Ilalelmer Lln.llierg or t.rays lilver. , day, October 2S, at 1 o clock. The laphy. Although be Is In good health bore with his aunt, Mrs Llndbe.-g. j beautiful and impressive ring service wn are. wondering what color coffin 111111 is attending school. ! was in oil, Hev. A. S. Hisey, of St l,e would like best. 1 '"' Lllllch Is back at his old llrlrn:.. oiriciating. Tho bride wus Mrs. Dan C 'owley enterlli.cd at slti.m again w ith the Milton Creek sweet and glrllsli In her wedding luncheon on Tuesday, Mrs. C. II. j Logging ""., lifter nearly three dress of white, and carried it beautiful Johnston, Mrs. Metcalf, Mrs. Cooper, months layoti wnn a i.r.iKen ausie. shower tiouquct oi carnations ami Mrs. Hudson, Mrs. Cbas Wlckstroni ' There will be a basket social at thej Maiden Hair fern. Mra. A. II . I a pier rnd Mrs. J unes Pomeroy. ; lliichelor Flat iicnooinouse nuiiiruay, ; of Khlgelleiu was matron oi nonor November 24, given by the liachelor and Mr. Caples was best man. Twen- 4 i i 2 VOll SALE, CHEAP 'l. 4 A 20x5 ft. launch with 4 h. p. 4 cycle i A engine. This Is a nice, roomy boat 1 1 and perfectly safe. j j Also several two and four cycle ; 4 engines, carbureters, propellers and : 4 miscellaneous 'boat supplies. Come A to my garage and look them over. 1 1 You might find just what you want, J and at a reasonable price. 11. M. 4 Terry, St. Helens Garage. Phone 67. J 43-tf j4 li by taking advantage of our SPECIAL PETCES 1 MEAT If you were not among the number who came to our store, be sure to come tomor row for we will continue these special prices. Beef Roast 17 l-2c Pork Roasts 27c Veal Roasts 17 l-2c Boil Beef 14 to 16c Steaks, 17 l-2c to 22 l-2c Pork Sausage, Hamburger Steak and other meats at corresponding low prices. GROCERIES Our stock is fresh and clean and we offer money-saving prices on everything. Give us a trial and you will be convinced. The People's Market 1 For Sale To close an estate The ' 4 WIS of NE and E of NWVi of i i Sec. 24, Tp. 6 N. H. 6 West of W. M. ! Any one In the vicinity of Mist who desires a tract of land should look this up. Inquire of Columbia Coun ty Abstract Company, St. Helens, Oregon. 45-tf PHONE 40 On the Strand ST. HELENS, ORE. X For Sale Two fresli milk cows. Dave Coons, Warren, Oregon. Phone 108 F-U. 41-tf PROFESSIONAL CARDS Wade's Portable "aaaa.. E. A. ROSS i I I'M nt Sewing Club. The proceeds will ty-tlvo Invited guests, relatives of the , j ho used to help build a play shed for brldo and groom, enmo from Portland Jack Appleton, Deer Isk-.nd, Oregon 29-tf We have a second-hand Maxwell car which we will sell at $650. Has been used very llttlo and is In Al shape; fully guaranteed. Indepen dent Auto Co. Minx Maud Watts and Mrs. K. M Wntts,J (1. Watta and family, vern Price and (lyiisy Johnston metered C Portland Sunday afternoon to en lot, the children. It Is hoped cverynody ( and Ui.le.ellol.l. Many beautiful pres- Iho Portland Symphony Orc'iestra. ! will attend and give it helping hand .cuts were received by the young cou-Mi-a. Sundstroni, w ife of Captain j Max Ilurkhead was busy last week L, among which wus a beautiful l ttniidslrom. of Portland, was the taking the school census There were xiher tea service, knives, forks and ;uoMt of Mra. Chna. Sundstroni on, about fifty children enrolled tub spoons, china te set uud many other Thursday nn.l on Sunday Mrs llovd ''ar, the largest enrollment In a mini-1 handsome and useful pieces of china uud (laughter enjoyed her hospital- '"'r of years. There are thirly-thre: lly In regular attendance at school. ' Mr. and Mth. Morgan, the laKer t In j daughter of Mrs. Oakes, have pur-j WARREN rliuund the Smith ranch, out bv Wick- ntrom mill, formerly owned by thoi Alfred lledlund, a former pupil of, club entertained their husbands last bank, and which has boon occupied ! nr school, left for Portland yester-1 Saturday evening in a very successful by Dan (Just Mr end Mrs Oust ! day, where ho Intends to work. land delightful manner. The lodge have moved to tholr own place. Ml Ada Now, of Coble, visited room of Artisan ball was gaily deco-Crofesso.- Podson lias started a j her sister, Mrs. J. Farr, nn.l family ; rated with branches of autumn lenvo lass of manual training In tho boys' ' tho latter part of last week to attend and a profusion of flowers, while basement nt school, and at the hub-' tho basket social. Cestion of Mr. Down, one of the high nr. nn.i airs. .......a.,, ..... ...... . ....v.. ........ - j lixuiire at Mist offico or write I. G ! . .. . i xi - ii.. . ,l iiwii.n'iwl flit urn . u- tl li i lirtrnnr if n ut n m n Ion von nml nchool teach rn, a clusn in stenog-: nam an.. ........... ..-. I Wlkstrom, owner, Scappooso, Ore 'and linen. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson will he at homo to their friends after tho first of November, at their home ;on Itacheldor Island, Washington. ; The ladles of tho Krow Kldeon For Sale Milk cows and O. I. C. pigs. C. J. Larseu, Warren, Oro. 43tf i I buy fat cattlo, milk cows, any size of stock cattle, calves from 3 days old and up, sheep, hogs, pigs and goats. Good weighing scales on runch. Frank L. Smith, Smithshire, Scappoosc, Ore. 36-tf Gasoline Drag; Saw Funeral Director Kmbalmer Business Phone 23 Residence K-29 Bank Bldg., St. Helens, Ore. DR. C. E. WADE Physician and Surgeon Phone 99 Muckle Bldg. St. Helens, Ore. With 4 h. p. engine is made of the very best materials to meet Ore gon conditions. Weight complete, 285 Dounds. It is fullv guaranteed by R. M. Wade & Co., of Portland, St. Helons, tho largest independent dealers ia , Ten dollars roward for one three-year-old red and white cow with Ayr shire crop on ears, and young Hol stelu calf. Jack Appleton, Deer Is land, Oro. 33-tf ! farming machinery la the north ! west. The engine can easily be de- I have 30 choice lots to sell. Will ' sell all to one person or one at a I purposes. Write for full particulars 0nice In Bank Bldg umo. laroia r. itoss, iJanK uiilg., i or call at our place for demonstra-; St. Helens. i tion. We will make a sDecial Intro-! DR. ALFRED T. PEEL S. B. HOSKIN Dentist Office in Bank Building Oregon DR. L. GILBERT ROSS Physician and Surgeon St. Helens i lion. no win mane a buuciui uiiru- 1 ductory offer to tho first person in! For Sule Cheap A number of 1 any community who will Durchase a ! worx norses ana mtiK cows. Address Physician and Surgeon t ........ 1 .. 1 1 1 Wnd. At the nrocent hieh nriee nf maouu.u ouuums cordwood, this 3aw Bhould pay for ; St. Helens, Oregon itself in 30 days. Price $160 de livered and terms to reliablo parties. Money to Loan Columbia County Abstract Co. br.s several thousand dollars to loan at reasonable rates on farm land s.9curi.y, in amounts to suit. 4 5-tf HOMKSKKKKltS, ATTKXTIOX. The Sunny Bank Acreage tract near Scappooso, Oregon, is just the thing for gardening and small dairy ranching, in tracts of live acres or more at $50 per acre and up, is now on the market. Fine view, good. W. C. & R. G. MEEHAN, Agents, Deer Island, Oregon LODGES The Loyal Order of Moose, St. Hel-1 ens Lodge No. 1238. Meet the first and third Wednesday of each month. All visitors cordially Invited. HARRY BENNETT, Dictator.! W. W. BLAKKSLEY, Sec. j Mizpah Chapter O. K. S. meets in : Masonic Hall the second and fourth . : rtfl. uill (Or.. la l.i cult nn.nlidan. - . nn .1 Mrs Duncan. Mrs. ltlng-! table covered with snowy white linen . ' IT ""'v ""-"-" , Saturdays of eacli montli nipliy bus been (darted. Many par-frin lllllsl.oro nn.l visiieu aero i.n n.iHitro well pleased about this. They their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Duncan ('(insider the addition very practical, anil family. At rehearsal Saturday evening. as N. K. Ilakers, Mrs. Spauldlng and ii expression of appreciation foe er-Mrs. llncon motored to Tuconia lust vIccb rendered as pianist, the choir , Wednesday, where they visited relu i.insented Miss Ardalh llng-y with n: lives and son James, who Is soon go-12-lnch platen rnd a very handsome j li'K to leave Camp Lewis, (utglas bowl. Mrs. C. II. Johnston; Wo understand from the county ..l ido tlio presontatlon. Mis. Watts debating last Saturday that there will mil Mr. Nlblock spoko In behalf of ' he a largo debating schedule arranged for this Benson. islhmiipbs io say i vases of beautiful flowers was set for forty guests. Program cards with Hallowe'en decorations, paper slips and pencil attached for taking part in tlio contests were presented at the door. A well balanced program be gan tho evening's pleasure. Every part of tho program was well ren dered, but Mrs. Nina Bush brought down tho bouse with tho "Wldder lSudd," while Mrs. Carey's character sketch, "A Girl's Heverla in Church," was well given. Mrs. Mills gave "An Old Sweetheart of Mine." Miss Myr tle Davis and Walter Freeman, with vocal and violin solos, were greatly appreciated. Ai tho couculsion of gon. 2S-tf llin choir Hnd coiiuroitaHoil. n,.r riir.il 1.1.11 carrier. .1. Klsen- Warren will ho there with bells Matter, and funilly. while on an auto1 Mr. und Mrs. Iloworsox, of Port 1 Ip through Portland Sunday col-; land, spent Sunday afternoon visiting 11. led with n trolley car. The fender a few of their friends hero. Mrs. . . ..... ........... i.. i., ut.i.. Itoworsnx was In an auto accident mi. u oti.'y cur cuiik- ,,v' , , ' , .i., p .,., i.,l . f tho car. dragging It a block audi some time ago. but sue is improving ... ,,ui.u... . -. ..... , I, f Ion was seriously Injured very nicely. "". '"-ranged which were great fun I ut Mrs Fsen . latter was bruised A lurgo number ..on. Warren spent 1 producers. In tho "Famous People , " u ho o "M o a o was do- Sunday In Portland, where tho mom-jaml Otherwiso" contest, t e Other ..ollHhed mis Koutek took care of 'hers of the Swedish Lutheran chair, , who, consisting of tho youthful pic e i.m'J with the other Lutheran tares of those present. Elmer Connel uXLZT jl.ICH. took nn active part In the I easily took lirst prl,e. Mr. B.akeslee ' .. i.vi Information nrogra.u. won llrst In a memory contest, with Wlir K1CR llllll ('l.llll'n.'l.v . 1 . - , A,l.,..,u n ..Ir.,. unmin, A rumor ban It (tint mo louniy.mis. n iii, Athletic Association has scheduled while Mrs. Myrl Davis got tho booby. Warren and Scappooso to triangle In 'Mis. S. L. Butler curried six peanuts rrooman Is ablo to bo In tho shop ffler a Btivore spoil of In grippe. Malt tlrowell Is better but not r-.bln to re J . i ... ..u ...,., I. ii nrmiiwl ii tablo on the uolut of n mimo Ills dutlos ut tlio gurago. Fred a game oi oasse........ ...... o . ' . Lango Is homo from tho hospital but 'tl.o soason In that particular sport, knlfo tho shortes tlmo a d ro . nLr tt uoctor" care, (luy Ben-1 Rainier and Catskan.,, will p.uy at ce.ved firs """ nott, who has len in th. hospila. Ih. name Unto th. other places In , fc ' ;r r?;oiri:r;::sp,r' z v" rr f rwor;r sr. Stanton is very 111.' Grandma DlnK-'Sa.u,dy night. Every brother and , of candy. All wore thon e. tod a ham Is about tho same as sl.o has sister dranger und their son John ( tho long table and served with hot George's Market ST. HKI.RNS I'ltKSH AXD SALT MEATS PIIOXK 48 Prompt Service MRS. L1LLA M. CHOUSE, W. M. JOHN PHILIP, Secy. Tllllcum M'rlbe No. 52, Improved O. H. M., of Yankton, Ore., meets at its wigwam, second and fourth Sat urdays of each month. W. G. BHANNON, C. ot R. EBER BROWN. Sach. DR. S. H. RUSSELL Chiropractor MRS. RUSSELL, Ladles' Masseuse Moorfteld Cabinet Steam Baths Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. I Phone A3 8 St. Helens, Ore. i , , GLEN R. METSKER i Attorney , Office in Bank Building ' Phono 17 St. Helens, Ore. T. S. WHITE Undertaker and Funeral Director County Coroner Phone 54 Residence phone 113-2 St. Helens, Oregon E. S. SNELLING Attorney at Law St. Helens, Oregon GEO. H. SHINN Attorney at Law Land Titles and Probate Practice St. Helens, Oregon St. Helens Rebekah Lodge, No. 217, meets first and third Thursday of each month In I. O. O. F. Hall. ! Visiting members always welcome. MRS. RHODA M'KIE, N. G. MRS. ELLA ALLEN, Sec'y. XOTHMK OF KIXAI, KKTTLKMEXT IN" THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR COL UMBIA COUNTY. In tho Matter of the Estate of Frank Newbold, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, as administratrix of the estate of Frank Newbold, deceased, has tiled her Find Account and peti tion for distribution in the County Court of the State of Oregou for Col umbia county, and that Saturday, the! 1st day of December, 1917, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the courtroom of said Court, in the City of St. Helons, has boon appointed by said Court as the tlmo and place for hearing objections to said final account and for final set tlement and distribution ot said es tate. Dated and flrBt published Nov. 2nd, 1917. ANNIE NEWBOLD, Administratrix of the Estate of Frank Newbold, Deceased. St. Helens Lodge No 117, I. O. O. F. meets In the I O. O. F. building, on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month, visiting members are al ways given a hearty welcome. E. ADIN ROSS, Noble Grand. CHAS. W. BLAKESLEY, Sec. J. W. DAY Attorney at Law Bank Bldg. st. Helena, Ora. FRED W. HERMAN Attorney at Law Rainier, Oregon XOTICK TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR COL UMBIA COUNTY. In the Matter of the Estate of Chris tina Johnson, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Ola Bohnian has been duly aDDolnted sw. , ecutor of the last will and testamen Avon Lodge No. 62 Knights of jof Christina Johnson, deceased by Pythias meets every Tuesday even-: the County Court of Columbia Coun ing in Castle Hall, St. Helens. Vis-! ty, State of Oregon, and has duly Ring Knights always welcome qualified for said trust. All persons E. C. LAWS, C. C. ' having claims against said estate are REESE R. HALL, K. of R. & S. hereby notified to present the same uuiy verinea ana wttn proper vouch- A month St. Helons Lodge No. 32. j8 Ig?'!,. i A. F. & A; M. meets 1st Eon within and 3rd Saturday in each ! th ta "noute. montha the Visiting brothers cordially E. A. ROTGER, W. M. E. E. QUICK, Secy. Dated Oct. 19th. 1917. First publication Oct. 19th, 1917 OLA BOHMAN, Executor ot the Estate of Chris tum jonnson, Deceased. I A llHla mini ml In tlia t TTelon ...... , HARRIS & GORE. mist win onus resuus. u.ve u.etu i Attorneys for Executor a trial. . St. Helens, Ore.