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ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. MAY 3, 1518
i CORRESPONDENCE SCAPPOOSE Mr. Grewell spent the week end In Portland. L. G. Laphan was In Vancouver Tuesday on business. Mr. Askevord has a new Harley Davldson motorcycle. Mrs. A. Sanden, of Portland, made a business trip to Scappoose Tuesday. Eva Garrison, who has been on the sick list for a week, ts able to be out. The minstrel show in the hall Sat urday evening had a very large at tendance. Roy Price passed through Vancou ver Tuesday evening on his way to tha east. Charles Wlkstrom and one of his little boys are confined to the house with measles. Mrs. L. G. Smith, who was taken suddenly seriously 111 on Friday, is now-able to be out. Niblock and Holaday attended a meeting of the Scottish Rite In Port land Tuesday evening. Mr. Gardner, a brother of Mrs. Preston, spent the week end with his parents in Eugene, Ore. Mrs. Gochnour's daughter arrived Saturday from Montana and will make an Indefinite slay here. Mrs. Shoeler had a serious attack of the heart on Wednesday but is much improved at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Willlf.m Fowlie and children of Portland, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Metcalf on Sunday. J. D. Honeyman and G. A. Hegele shipped a carload of cattle and hogs to the Portland stockyards Monday. Lester Adams continues to im prove, and Is expected home on a furlough. We will be glad to wel come the smiling Lester. , Richard Brownback, a grandson of Dr. Hatfield, passed through Port land Tuesday, on his way from Los Angeles to Camp Lewis. His home is in Illinois. Al. Platz left Thursday for St. Hel ena, Cal. While there he will be em ployed In remodeling the house of John Wattson, who formerly was a resident of Scappoose. Rev. Hindman, who Is connected with a missionary board, ocupied the pulpit Sunday morning, and Rev. Meyers, a former pastor of St. Hel ens, preached in the evening. Mrs. Arch Duncan, of Taconin, j Wash., is visiting her mother, Mrs. j 'Charles Suedstrotn. We are all glad I i to see our Utile friend Ardath. i Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gilson (Jose-J phiue Thompktns) have moved to Scappoose. They are occupying the j Boesel place out by the creek. j Congregational Sunday school at 10:15; morning worship, 11:15; eve ning service, 8 o'clock. A minister from Portland will occupy the pulpit. W. B. Miller's family, wife and three little boys, have all been sick the past week with la grippe, com plicated with bronchitis, but are all ! much improved at this writing. . The camisole donated by Mrs. Floyd Grewell to the Red Cross and sold, at chances was disposed of Tuesday afternoon. Ticket No. 31, held by R. F. Niblock received the article. Clarke Grant passed through Port land last Wednesday on his way from California to Bremerton. His father end mother, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Grant and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grant were there to spend the short time with him. Scappoose had an honor flag rais- ing at Friday noon. The entire school I marched to the front of the postofnce I and sang national airs. Speeches were made by Mrs. J. G. Watts, Mr. Crowley and Judge Cooper. The sa lute of the flag was led by Miss An drew. Dr. B. Blatchford Is getting to be quite a farmer and stockman these days. Recently he has added to his stock several young cattle and also a brood , hog and five young porkers, purchasing the latter from the Pom eroys. He has rented ten acres of the R. A. McKay fr.rm, and last week planted seven acres in potatoes. W. G. Pomeroy & Son, of the Maplewood farm, have rented the Leonard farm over on Sauvies Island and have moved all their fine dairy herd over there for the summer, where the cattle can have good grass to eat. In the fall they expect to bring the herd back to the home farm where they will raise feed for them. Now that County Superintendent Allen lii'.s decided thr.t not only all the War Savings and Thrift Stamps the children r.nd teacher of any par ticular room or school buys, but that those they may sell to outside parties shal count, and the matter hns been readjusted in our schpol here, Mrs. Hr.tfield's room stands at the top of the notch with about $550 sold al together and something like 1600 fu blclit for the end of this week. Keep on boys and girls. Sell all you cen. We are very glad to report that D. W. Price's hand which was so badly mangled by getting caught In some cogs Is doing exceedlnp'y well. Dr. and Mrs. Hatfield drove to Portland last Friday afternoon to meet W. O. C. Woods, of Moro, Sher man county. Mr. Woods ts Mrs. Hatfield's only brother. It was from him that the "far cry of distress" ccme the first days of April for .the doctor to "come over," and he went on the first train, finding htm quite seriously 111 with acute articular rheumatism, with heart amplica tions, his life being despaired of by his people. When Dr. Hatfield ar rived he and Mrs. Woods got very busy and within a day or two the danger point ' had been passed and Mr. Wods has been ster.dlly gaining ever since. He Is here for a rest and recuperation, as'well as to visit Mrs. Hatfield, whom he had not seen for three years. DEER ISLAND Watch Repairing If your timepiece is not regular or stops now and then it probably needs cleaning. Let us look it over and fix the defect, whatever it is. VON A: GRAY The Jeweler Sill1 SUPERB UNIVERSAL EVERY RAflGE Lessen the Kitchen Troubles Buy Your Wife a UNIVERSAL RANGE This range is conceded to be the best manufac tured and gets perfect results in cooking and baking. We have them in several styles, and sell them on easy terms. No interest charged cn in stallment payments. If you want a good range you should buy a UNIVERSAL Special Sale on Granite Roasters SATURDAY ONLY Granite Roaster, regular price $2.25; t.- nr- Special at ijl. IO Granite Roaster, smaller size, regular $1.00 ; Cf Special at OUC Do You Need a Good Sewing Machine? We have taken the agency for the well known and reli able NEW HOME Sewing Machine. Small payment down places a machine in your home. The balance may be paid in easy installments. E G. DITTO Successor to St. Helens Hardware Co. Mrs. Sam Kelly went to Portland Tuesday. Mrs. Elmer Connell went to Port land Monday. Mr. and Mrs, E. C. Glltner were down from Portland Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Merrill were shopping in Portland last Thursday. j Mrs. Blythe Carey came home ' from Emanuel hospital Sunday eve I nlng. j The Red Cross dance given by the Deer Island Auxiliary netted over ; 5100. I The farmers In our vicinity have I finished planting and are now hoping j for rain. I Mrse. J. L. Wickersham went to ! Portland last Thursday, returning Saturday. Mrs. Brltttan and daughter Hazel ; were visitors at the home of Judge McDride Monday. I The regular meeting of the Wo- man's Club will be held Wednesday, May 8, at the home of Mrs. Lulu Beaver. Mr. and Mrs. John Pederson, of Portland, were visiting friends and relatives Monday. They expect to leave for California soon for an in definite stay. Carl Tracey, of Columbia City, and : Orville Morley had a narrow escape i from serious Injury when the motor ; cycle they were riding collided with a cow last Saturday evening. Prof. Jl. L. Bettman, concert mas ter of the Portland Symphony Or chestra, and N'euton Langertnan were visiting Walter B. Freeman last Sun day. Mr. Freeman and Langerman are studying with Prof. Bettman. The Hurst Colored Minstrel troupe gave an excellent entertainment In Artls-.n hall last Monday night. They will play for the dance to be given Saturday night, May 4, In Artisan hall for the benefit of the Belgian relief fund. An entertaining and Instructive j lecture wa3 given by Miss Minnie Cnlhus Wednesday morning. House wives were especially interested In her suggestions for using flour sub stitutes, as that is one of the big problems just now confronting bread makers. The lecture was highly ap preciated and thanks Is extended to those who made arrangements for It Mrs. Crowell, of Grants Pass, was a welcome visitor this week. Mrs Crowell made many friends during her husband's connection with the American Timber Company at this place who were very glad to visit with her again. Mr. Crowell is su perintendent of a mine near Grants Pubs, and Chester Is attending 0, A. C. Those who have bought chances on the cow that Is being disposed of by the Columbia Auxiliary for the Red Cross drive In May will be Interested to know that as soon r.s the chances are disposed of the drawing will ti.ke place. The chances are on sale at the Bush confectionery. Help a good cause by buying a chance on a i perfectly good cow. Miss Kiln a Cooper and Mr. Frank Haines spent the week eud with Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Larson. Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Long, lluiel and Armour Long and John Link mo tored to Portland Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. D. Link and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Maklnster motored to Portland and back this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fisher, Mrs. Uoee Muklnster and Emtl Nussbau mer were visitors of Portland laet week. George Tenrl left for Se.-.;ile last Thursday night. From there he will srll for Alaska, where he will be em ployed during the fishing Demon. Miss Calbus. of Corral Us, spoke in Red Men's hall Wedsecday, May 1. on methods of food conservation. A large number of 1:. tiles from Red Cross Auxiliaries Nos. 1 and 2 was present. The Goble service flag has one more star, making a total of twelve. Those whom the stars represent are John Patrlct. Cass F. Fowler, Stanley Thomas, Arthur Cooper, Harry Coo per, Joe Alexander, Arthur Burbee, F.dward Mellan. Warren Mellan, Emll Verhaeghe, Chester Link and Ernest Link. A large number of Goble people attended the dance in Deer Island Saturday evening Those attending: Mr. and Mrs. W. Jorden, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Brown, Mr. McCnrty, Jen nie Belle Link, Berth.", and Emll Nussbaumer, Charlea Melville, Jack Alexander, Raymond Voigt and Har ry Smith. GOBLE I Emll Nussbaumer was In St. Hel- ; ens Sunday. Rube Archibald was a St. Helens visitor Thursday evening. , Miss Marguerite Kerns spent the week end with her parents. Miss Catherine Giles and brother i Henry visited In Goble last week. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Alexander Bpent ! a few days in St. Helens last week. . Goble Red Cross Auxiliary No. 2 ! will give a dance on Mr.y 11, at Red Men's hall. Miss Geneva Fowler opent the week end with her parents, Mr. nnd rMs. C. C. Fowler. A farewell party was given In the Red Men's hall for CffBs Fowler last Thursday evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. Link nnd Mr. and Mrs. M. Hoven returned home from their visit to Vancouver, B. C, the first of the week. There Is to be a Red Cross dance and bazaar, given by the Goble Red Cross Auxiliary No. 1, at the Bea ver Homes Grange hall. organized under the leadership of Al pheus Wellborn, who hns proved so einclent In musical circles In Warren. Premiums will be offered by the county fair board to the best drilled and best organized guard In the county. Intensive drill will be In dulged In by our local body. Warren la to have a flag raining day In the near future. At the Sat urday evening meeting of the Grange a committee, consisting of C. M. Hys kell, A. L. Larson, J. A. Bacon and A. Beleson. for the men of the Grange was appointed to secure the pole, which will be of suitable size to carry three flags. A large United States flag, a service flag r.nd an hon or flag will float from Its top. The service flag will have two gold stars in honor of the two Warren boys who died In the service, Henry Larson and Hubert Roberts.' The ladles of the Granse will sew the flags nnd a gala day event will be made of the occa sion. YANKTON Herbert Howard has been quite III during the past week. J. L. Brooks has accepted a posi tion In the St. Helens shipyard. Charles Swygert, who has been on the sick list, is now much Improved. Farmers in Yankton are waiting for some needed road work to be done in this vicinity. Mrs. Peterson and family have moved Into the house next to the Yankton church. Miss Irene Marshall and Guy Croe by were united In marriage on April 31. The ceremony took plp.ee In the Catholic church In Houlton. Rev. Jv. S.' Mowry will hold rell ;lous services in the schoolhouse In the St. Helens Lumber Company's logged off tract Sunday morning. May 5, at 11 o'clock. Settlers In that locality are earnestly Invited to ittend. Mr. and Mrs. Mansherg motored to Yankton from their Portlr.nd home to see how matters were getting along on their farm. For the pres ent they will make their home in Portland, as their duughter Amy Is attending high school there. WARREN Mrs. Carleton Lewis spent Wednes day In Portland. Mrs. Chas. Bealer, of St. Helens, spent Saturday with Mrs. S. Well born. Joe Erickson, Jr., Is building a home on James Bacon'a land. He recently rented his farm. A large delegation of local Wood men attended the initiatory exercises at St. Helens Saturday evening. Miss Abbie Bendura spent Satur day and Sunday with her uncle, Al bert Freeman, master of the Grange. Miss Fannie Cooper has completed her school term at Columbia Heights and will spend the summer vacation with her parents here. A large delegation from here will attend Pomona Grange, to be held at Yankton on Saturday. A stock show and judging contest will be held In connection with the event. ' Miss Myrtle Larson, who has been teaching school In Harney county, will have finished her term by June 1 and will remain for the summer with her sister, Miss Nora Larson. Four of Warren's boys are called to the service. Harold Carlson, the rural carrier; Emll Johnson, John A. Anderson and J. W. Mnlott. A re ception wag tendered to them on Wednesday evening at the 8wedlsh church and was largely attended. Nearly all the farmers have fin ished seeding their small grains, and the acreage Is nearly double of last year. Many acres will be planted to corn for silage purpeses. The pota to acreage will be very light as com pared to last year. Alpheus Wellborn hns been ap pointed mail carrier, vice Harold Carlson who has gone to the war. Harold's place will be hard to fill, for he was always courteous and affable, and no more suitable young man could be found than Alpheus, who Is very popular. Much favorable comment Is belnc Indulged in by the residents here on the action of the county court In Im proving the back road. This has been nn eyesore for years nnd In winter It is Impassable. The road is being graded and will be given a coat of gravel, something very much needed. The home guards are being outfit ted with regulation uniforms and will present quite a fine apper.rance when they appear on dress parade. Nearly every resident of Warren belongs to the organization. A band la being J PROFESSIONAL CARDS E. A. ROSS ' Funeral Director KniUli-. ulnets Phone 28 ne.ldonciT.J Bank Bldf., Bt. Helen., JJM ' DR. C. E. WADE Physician and Hurgrva Phone SS Muckle Bldf. Bt. Holon. . P , -i vru S. B. HOSKIN Dentist Office in Bank Buii.ii... n. . t i di. iiei'ini, j s. DR. L. GILBERT ROSS I'hv. Irian auil fjn,... Office In Bank Bldg. st H. DR. ALFRED J. PEEL Physician and Burgeon Masonic Bulldlug 8t- . fW Ikxtt Remedy for Whooping Couirli. Oilropractor "Last winter when my little boy MHH. ltUH8KLI, Ladle.' Mvtwu had the whooping cough I gave him Moorlield Cabinet Steam Baths Chamberlain's Cough Remedy." H,?Uir., ' m' to 8 p' m- write. Mr.. J. B. Robert., East St. ri'ou D" ', Or, Louis, III. "It kept his cough loose GLEN R ' MFT9VPO and relieved him of those dreadful Attorney coughing spells. It Is the only cough Building medicine I keep In the house because rhono n flt ol I have the most confidence In It." This remedy Is aloo good for cold. T. S. WHITE and croup. Undertaker and Funeral Director County Coroner Tool, and materials should be kept Phone 64 Residence phone 111 In their proper places. Do not keep Bt. Helena, Oregon all size, of bolt, or screw, mixed to- gether In a single receptacle, but fit S. SNELLING up suitable boxes or bin., so that the gt i0Bngi ne' ' 0 supplies may be accessible on short " notlce- GEO. H. SHINN " Attorney at Law MIST WANT COLUMN St.He.ena.Ore.on COUPLE would like clenn, deslr- J " DAY able furnlHhed housekeeping rooms. n . . . t Law Address X, the Mist. 20-1- Dld- 8t. Helens, On FOR SALE At a bargain, nice FRED W. HERMAN two-room scow 14x26; woodshed Attorney at Law outside. John Sarles, P. O. Box 357, Rainier, Orttu St. Helens. 20-2- LOST-A gold ring with agate set- w Jra?2BoE?TS0N. ting. Finder return to Miss Hobbs. Wa t?Pf"ik' Jeweler St. Helens, and receive reward. 20-1- WKNT HT. llr.Lh.Xs All Work Guaranteed FOR BALE Hlver view lot, cheap. , Prices Keaaoniblt Two blks from Post Olllce; sewer. -. sidewalk, light, water, etc. This Is LODGES absolutely the best buy In town. Ad- . i dress Owner, Bx. 256, City. Terms. The Loyal Order of Moose, 8t. Hel- 20-tf Lodge No. 1238. Moots the am and third Tuesdays of each monU. For Sale Oat straw, navy beans, All visitors cordially Invited, good seed. American Wonder and H. A. COLT, Dictator Burbank potatoes. Will have O. 1. W. W. BLAKESLEY, Sec. C. pigs for sale May 16. C. J. Lar- -- . sen, Warren, Ore. 19-tf Mlzpah Chapter O. Jfi. 8. meets a - . Masonic Hall the second and fount O. A. C. White Leghorn egg. for Saturday, of each month, hatching, SI. GO for 16, postpaid. Or- MRS. MARY E. CHRISTIE, W. M. der early. T. C. Meehan. Deer Is- JOHN PHILIP, Secy. land, Oregon. 16-tf Tllllcum Tribe No. 62. Improfe4 For Lease Small house of four O. R. M., of Yankton, Ore., meet, il room., garden ground and orchard. It. wigwam, second and fourth Bit In Bachelor Flat. Apply to J. W. urdoys of each month. aaxton- 16-tf V. . O. BHANNON. C. of B. , . ; K. L. HYDE, Sachem. For Sale Eight 3 and 4-year-old ! , colta by Alcazar. Six registered Hoi- a ni . a stein bulls. Reasonable price. Jack ?tJ,0,len "ebekah Udge. No. Appleton, Deer Island. Ore. 16-tf 217, moot? "eC0DA nd fourlh TtLMIT ' la " day of each month In I. O. O. K. bill For Sale Good work horso 8 vl"llln mhers always welcouit. year. old. weight 1560 loo John ' Josephson, Warren, O.-egoa. 16-tf MK3. hLLA ALL-N, Becy. For Sale at a Bargain Two brood JtSffS. ?,'' . .HelVD mares, one Percheron colt one year V&x2LiL! ' ?' in old, one set double harnes. nearly Sm4sS51lQ meeta In the 1 a new; one new Champion mower, one . - K- ulltl'11'' ' potato planter aad digger combined e, oco,ul -nl 'ourth Saturday. l One one-horse corn planter and one 1 ,nonlh. visiting member, are u- cultivator, almost new. All of these wf,. K,ven ,1Brty welcome, tools are In first class condition and FUEU W' WKISTIE. Noble Orsni almost new. The mares are good C- w- ULAKE8LEY, See. animals and will drive single or dou- I " ". ble. If you need any of these arti- Avon No- '2 Knight, ol cles, don't wait, but phone or call on ,y,1,l," meet, every Tuesday evsn William Muckle, St. Helens. Oregon '" "- Hall, St. Helen.. VU Phone 70. ii.f I t'n it Knights always welcome EUGENE E. BLAKESLEY, C. C. Cascara Bark. Oregon Grape Root EU,iON I. BALLAGH, K. of R. 8. and Fox Glove leaves wanted. Che- halls Produce Co., Aberdeen, Wash A st- Helens Lodge No. tl, 14-tf XX A' p- A. M. meet. W .... and 3rd Saturday In each For Sale Extra choice Single mouth. Visiting brothers cordlsllr Comb R. I. Red eggs for setting; A. L. STONE, W. M- !a,yln?.,,tra,n- 1'60 per setting of E. E. QUICK, Secretary. 13. Mr.. J. W. Allen. i3.ir ! . 8t. Helens Camp No. 10,999, Mod- or a good Job of masonry or ern wlmen of America, meets tb plastering, see L. E. Gulker. Phone flr8t Wednesday of each month. . evenings, 10 6F1 3. ll-3m- H. E. VEAZIE, V. C. T I'- E. LA BARB, Clerk. for Sale Good 6 -room house and two river view lots; fine garden soil; . ?erTs. ToVaSr eau'8 V . LyilCh & Mill Ryan, the tailor. in.tf P - . , HAIR CUTS, SHAVES, For Rent A store building cen- WAMPflfll rally located. Will remodel to suit 5HAMFOOS tenant. H. Morgus. 49.tf EverVtiii.,o; in the Barber I have 20 choice lot. to sell, will 'l,c ('one 11 P 'n Style sell all to one person or one at time. Harold P. Ross, Bank Blda- 0l,r slloP ' Strictly Clean 8t- Helon- and Sanitary w?LstTT?0 n0U8eB 8nd 'our Corne in and See us jots, on Hemlock street. Price 23.600 Torms. Inquire at Columbia County ST. HELENS 49U 1 For Sale A seven-passenger 8tu- t:ZT!,m"hll(l' I'riceonly $300. I l 8ea J- F- Johnson, St. Helens, Ore. tf " mature for rent. One Simple, PERRY GRANITE CO. rato. c-V?; , E.rl Perry; -Mrt. 19-" 3014th St. Portland, Ore. bunT !wenTyhLHeK,l8tTd H.oUteln DiRners and Manufac andS.elrersleVTd "CstX." turers of Monuments. SSdS'i JJwI with us direct and one good all around worklni brood 1 11,8 Save aKent 8 comnus- mare weight 1300 lbs.; one good all s,on- .WhrrA-- Good Work, always ;S8Fi?:nChe,oDraF?a0n8- "cheapest.