MetlKHlIxt MplMcopiil ( IhiicIi
"Tlio Friendly Church," Albert S.
Sniiilay school, 10 n. m.
Morning worship, 1 1 a. in.
Epwortlt league, 0:30 p. in.
Evening Mirvlco, 7:3(1 p. m.
Subject for tl moriiltiK. "IIIh In
carnation;" for the evening, "Josu-i
TIio Huiiilny bcIioI will give 1 1 h an
nual program on Monday evening. A
xpleiidld llttlu cu n tut u, "llnw Sanlu
I'laiiH Explained," will do given by
the children of the hcIiooI In four
acts. Five DiHcon'.f ntcd Children,
Mr. uml Mm. Hmitn CIhuh, Nlcixlu
iiiiin, Jiick-in-tho- llox, Pies, Puddings,
Hulls, Nnwil Hoys, uml other charac
ters uru represented In hhiik and dia
logue. Tim cIoiiIiik rtccno Ih In Himta
land, willi everyone hr.ppy uml Con
tented. A Hllvur offering will bo tu!;n up
fur tint relief of wnr ufrrra In the
Holy I .a n (In. Como, anil tiring an
Coiigri-KHllonm ( liuri li
Sunday morniiiK thero will tin a
CliriHtniiiH sermon mid special Chrlst
liiaii music. Huii(l:iy evening lit 7:30 '
llui Kiiniluy school will give a t'lirlt-'
nuiK proKrutn. Tim program will tin
Interesting to young nnd old. Every-.
oiiii h cordially Invited.
A t.ltl ll.l(i (ill T
h.'ivh that ClirlHttniiH tiimi Ih
For girls and boys'
IId can't regret tlio money spent
To piircliiiKi) toys, i
'I'll Ih Ih a pleasure, In' asserts; j
It makes lilm glad, .
lint there Ih one expensn that liurU,
Drd given the servants Koodly tips
For Christmas day.
Into IiIh pocket ho dips
In kindly way.
Dim Item aggravates hint, (IioiikIi;
. It makes ti 1 tn mud ', .
To liny a gift for sister's Jmail,
Hnyn dad. Kxchani?o.
CI.HsIIhii Ki lrnio ! Join tlin H.mI (Yomh today. l.t It i
. ii . ..i ii,., i bit your earnina Cli'lKtmnH thounlit. I
I.IWKOII HCrillOII HIlllJlTt, Im till'!"" 1
i;nlv-rii, IiicludliiK Man, Kvolvi'd hy
Atomic Korw?" Hi. Hnli'im City! Curdlmrr Work on mill prosr.'HH-:
Hull. Hundi'y at 11 a. m. : Iiik. plant to opi'ratB Knhruary 1.
Jil A' ( nut, ii! vrynlnl
Omit Ijlint tmr human
If v- Zi'i'T i"iiicr In ttiurh
our miiam mi,
And li t iimir Kilvir hlme
SIhi c In tin Iml iimt time,
And let Ihi' bun of lieavi-n't
drill ortiHit blutr,
And with inur ninefold har
moiiy Mitkc up full eunnort to the
umji lir Hiimiilioiii).
For if HUrh hulii gout
Inirruii our funey long.
Time will run bitelc a id feteh
the ayi! of ytiltl.
And uprrkled xnnity
Will lib In n toon uml din.
And leinnuH Kin trill mill
from iiullilji mold,
And hell llui If trill pif tin ny
And lenrr her ilolnnuH man-
Kinni to the peering dull.
J'cfl, Truth nnd Juitliee then
Will ioioi return to turn
Orbed in a rainbow, and, like
gim let tinn ing,
Slereg will nit between.
Throned in eelmtinl nheen.
With rnillnnl feel Ihetimiued
elouili dn:rii uttering.
And Affirm, ' tonic fe$-
Will open wide the gntei of
her high pnlnee. hull.
rt-K y. ttl', ,'f.U
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And ffianks for Remembering
Us this year. . j?
You may wish to spend a little or a great deal. Just
because you have many friends to remember this Xmas
doesn't mean you will find it difficult. Not at all if you
let us help you. Jewelry gifts are always acceptable anr,
in good taste. Look over the following and then come
to our store and make your selection.
:H A -.fit 73 . :i .-.fix
THIS YEAR'S CHRISTMAS GIVINGS
sin mlfl Ik- of a useful ami iK-asitial lo nature. We have
nuu-h to clTer al.nitr tin-so lines that will delijrlU each
ine.nl.er of the fatjiilv. Ynii .vil'lin.l it a'. pleasure tn
shup at our store. - . , .'
A FEW SUGGESTIONS
Almniniiin IVrcolators a nice present for the wife,
(let the hov an Express Wauoti $2.75 to $5.00
Sleds, $1 to $2.50
A nice present for nnvone-Thc MacKinnon Adjustable
Lamp. It saves your eves. . You can read, stiulv or
work with comfort. Keilnf, price m these lamps ts
$5 M:- special for Xmas. ... V $4'00
Make the wife happv with, a braH new Universal
Uanue. There are none hetter made.,
LOOK OVER THESE ITEMS
You can surel'v f'd something that will suit.
FOR THE MEN
$1.00 to $3.00
Ever Ready Safety Razor $1'00 "
,.,ket Knives (pearl or staff handles) , . . ,75c to $3.00
Marlin Uei.eatiujr Shotguns 26-00
Winchester Repeating ShotRuns ;.. $32.00
Winchester Repeating Rilles ...$17.50
Fishing Rods (steel or hamhoo) $1.65 to $12.00
F.ashliKhts -: 90C t0 $2-
FOR THE LADIES
. c $3.00 to $6.00
f , 50c to $1.75
Scissors, from :
, , , . Aluminum Ware
Universal Lunch Sets with Thermos Bottle
FOR THE BOYS
Express Wagons ' ' ' 1W Sleds
Packard Self-propellintr Aulomohiles
INDUSTRIAL REVIEW J
! In what Imttor way can you help
the nation at thin time than hy uil
(vociiliiiB polici.'K oncouriiKinK to In
iilnslrial divlcininiir. The Manu
l fact 11101'. .
Corvallls l-'ariiiors in the vicinity
i of llor.Ulr.H, I'lillomath and Corval-
1 ta have organized a Kederal l'arm
Nortli Ilond Iluelinor mill to lie
onlai Ceil and add GO liands.
Wallowa lli'ar Creek timber and
mill Bite nold. 100,000 foot mill to
'f Albany 80,00(1 lbs, of beans were
Khipped froni here by one, (lrm.
Kill In Clty,Sa'wiuill near here Ii'
now completed and In operation. j
Tort Orford Cnmp on kouHi fork)
of ('oqulllo cuttliiK cedar Ions.
Coiiuille Kureku coal mine near
hero to resume operations, new nia-
Diamond Rings, $20 to
Lockets, Neck Chains
Cut Glass Articles
Sterling Silver Thimbles
Pendants, $2 to $30
Solid Gold Watches, $25
Gold Filled Watches
Gold Watch Chains
Gold Watch Fobr.
Cuff Links, 50c to $1C
Seal and Signet Rings,
$1.50 to $1C
Stone Set Rings as low as
Waterman Fountain Pens
We have a nice assortment of Mantel Clocks. A very
handsome present for the wife or husband $6 to $10.
An elegant line of Community Silverware. Priced very
Alarm Clocks, $1.50 to $4.
A gift of jewelry in a distinctive box from Gray's in
forms your friends it is an article of quality, selected with
THREE MORE DAYS FOR CHRISTMAS
Our store open evenings until Christmas.
VON A. GRA Y
& v "GOOD JEWELRY : ' . .:.
At this time, we wish -to
extend our thanks for the 1
. liberal patronage accorded
us during the past year.
At all times we have;
tried to give you the best
of service and goods, and
at prices as reasonable as
possible. The increase in
our business demonstrates
the fact that the public ap
preciates our method of
St. Helens Hardware Co.
Teach your dollars to have more cents.
we will te guided by the,
same policy, and by so do-i
ing hope to merit the con-i
tinued patronage of oui j
customers, to all of whom
A MERRY XMAS and
HAPPY NEW YEAR
1 Ray Morton, Prop.
chinery having been installed nnd j
electric power will be used. j
! Pilot Kock 960 acre 'farm near j
here sold for $43,200. I
! Portland Standifer Const. Co. to
! build ten steel ships for the I'nited
1 Portland Iteceip's oi Interstate
bridge the past nine months, $128,
;9S4.09. i Vkiah Electric lights will soon
no in use uei e. i r j n,.i
Pmwllntnii to lav several blocks of I liin iiri
gravel bitulithic pavement and In-1
; stall sewer lateral.
Mount Scott to have Carnegie 11-,
lioseburg County Swine Jireetl- j
ers' association to ha nrgaiiizal.. ;
Dallas 100,000 lbs. prunes ha:--
vested from 50 acres near here.
McMinnvllle $40,000 to he spent
improving Grand Honde road.
Garden Valley wants spray fac
tory,' also co-operative apple pack
ing plant. j
I'matilla county's industrial and
agricultural resources have increased
$2,797,448.91) over last year. j
Enterprise Flouring mill roniod-l
cle.l and add up-to-date machinery.
Farmers of Wallowa county are 1
to form county agricultural council j
crease tile number of silos.
Hoseburg Loganberry juice plant
will lie established hero provided the;
growers will guarantee to furnish tlm'
' product from S00 acres.
Coos Hay ships 4,032,000 ft. of fir ;
and spruce last two weeks of No-;
Astoria Clatsop Mill Co.'s plant,
sold for $500,000. New owners will'
remodel plant and erect largo sash,!
door and box factory. j
Carlton Co-operative creamery;
to equip to make cottage cheese. j
Work started on nufur-Kingsleyj
section of Dalles-California highway, j
Umatilla county Wild Horse high
way to be improved with gravel.
! Harrtsburg farmers proposo co
operative flour mill,
i Marsblleld to build $20,000 nr
I (Yuullle $10,000 to bo spent for
j Malheur county, $90,000 reservoir
and canal on Crowley creek Is con
templated by tlio Malheur Livestock
& Land Co.
Not Easily Forgotten
May be found in our large line, of
, Library Tables .,$7.50
Magazine Racks .-.$1.65
Rocking Chairs $1.85 and
Plate Mirrors 75c and
Child's Rockers Child's Chairs
Rugs Aluminum Ware
Bank BIdg. St. Helens
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