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ST. HELENS nRErtrtN PPTnAV MAY r 1Q1R I L.
For the Best Meat trade here. We handle only the very best. Prices lowest Central Meat Market THE BEST MEAT MARKET IN THE COUNTY Phone 60' Free and Prompt Delivery SATURDAY, MAY 4 Mary Miles Minter in "Powers That Prey and Wm. S. Hart in "The Last Card" SUNDAY, MAY 5 Jane Cowl in "Spreading Dawn" Try to get in. It's a Goldwyn. MONDAY, MAY 6 Madame Spy JACK MULLHALL With CLAIRE DUBREY and DONNA DREW TUESDAY, MAY 7 Margarita Fisher in "The Girl that Wouldn't Grow Up" and Charley Chaplin in "A Woman" WEDNESDAY. MAY 8 WILLIAM WALTHALL in HIS ROBE OF HONOR A Paralta Picture. Don't Miss This. THURSDAY, MAY 9 "Fast Company" with Franklin Farnum and Juanita Hansen Gem Theatre THE PICK OF THE PICTURES Our Three Allies SERVICE SATISFACTION QUALITY When you buy your Groceries at our store you are as sured of the Best of Quality Groceries, Prompt Service and Satisfactory Dealings. Open an Account With Us. We will endeavor to merit your patronage. Wanted A good grocery salesman and solicitor. Larsen & Co. Successors to A. S. Harrison, St. Helens t V www W V VVI MIST MISTINGS J Mrs. J. H. Wellington Is visiting friends In Portland. T. J. Kllppln. of Rainier, wns a ; business visitor here Wednesday. J. E. Itamsey has purchased from ; the Independent Automobile Com pany n Kord se'dan. ss District Attorney Metxker Is In vlffllsboro on professional buHiness. Miss Anna Kosher is at the home of her mother In Portland on account of a slight case of measles. T. J. Hnycox, a pioneer resident of the Nehalem valley, was a business visitor in St. Helens Tuesday. H. 1. Uoss is a recent purchaser of a Maxwell touring cr.r, and Virgil Stevens has bought n Maxwell road- ste.v Jack Lafferty left . Monday for Butte, Mont., where he has accepted a position as stonecutter with a lurge quarry concern. P. n. Holbrook, R. S. Kenny and Frits Anliker, of Coble, were here Thursday transacting business with the county court. Mayor Saxon and City Attorney Day motored to Portland Thursday and were. In consultation with Mayor Raker of that city. H. P. Ross and J. E! RnmEey were among those St. Helenlles who at tended the "opening baseball game" In Portland Tuesday. The auxiliary schooner May ar rived in Wednesday and is taking on a cargo of 1.600,000 feet' of lumber for Australian delivery. H. J. Southard went to Portland Thursday and returned with a nifty looking Ford sedan which he will use In his Jitney business, Wallace L. Kadderly and Assistant County Agent Leader of the O. A. C extension work was In St. Helens Saturday in conference with County Agent Howard ' F. A. McCarthy, secretary of the St. Helens Athletic Club, will go to Portland tomorrow to arrange for some high class boxers for the next smoker his club will have.) The Pythian Sisters' dance at the city hall Saturday night was a suc cess from all standpoints. The re ceipts above expenses were sufficient for them to Invest in a Liberty Bond. J. N. Rice was here Monday on o business mission. Mr. Rice was for merly sheriff of Columbia county. He is now engaged in the logging and lumbering business at Steven son, Wash. Alfred George arrived Wednesday frbm San Diego, Cr.l., having been honorably discharged from the army on account of sickness. Alfred en listed a year" ago and saw service wifTt the 21st Infantry on the Mexi can lcrde; The sale of Thrift Stamps for the week ending May 1, as reported by Mrs. Dodd, totalled $1,561.10. Ooble was the high town, with a total of $456, and Clatskanie second with f 333.15. The sale in St. Helens was only $215.20. Paul Nelson, who for quite a while was in St. Helens as captain of the steamer Wlllavis, will soon go to Honolulu to work for the govern ment. He was master of the Callen- der tug Melvlle which was recently taken over by the government and will accompany the vessel to Hono lulu. The Ladles' Aid Society of the Honlton M. E. church gave a dinner Wednesday afternoon and evening at the I. O. O. F. hall. The ladles wanted to buy a Liberty Bond, and took this means to secure It. We understand almost enough money wr.s secured, .and the bond will he bought. The board of water commissioners held Its regular meeting Thursday night. No business of importance ;came before the board except a dis cussion of the Columbia City exten slon. The regular monthly bills were allowed and the salary of Water Su perlntendent Lope was increased from $90 per month to $115 per month. .Secretary C. D. Sutherland of the Loyal Legion of Loggers end Lum hermen has been advised that Lieu tenant Jensen of the U. S. Signal Corps will be In St. Helens Wednes day, May 8, end deliver a lecture and snow Biereopucon views relating to the work of the loggero in the spruce and lumbering industry. The lecture and entertainment will be free and will be held at the Liberty theatre, commencing promptly .it 7:30. Mr o.. V,-l 1 .. .. i.-im mines mai inasmuch as the entertainment Is fcr grownups no children will be admitted, as un aouDieaiy tne theatre will be filled to capacity, J. F. Dopplmaler, Columbia county agent Tor the Overland automobl! has received word from the Overland laciory mat in July or August his company will put on the market the Little Overland" car, which will sell for about $665 f. o. b. St. Helens. The Little Overland will have de mountable! rims, 30x3 tires, elec tric lights, self starter, three speed transmission nnd reverse, stream line body, one-man top and other appur tenunces wihch the higher, priced cars have. Rond Supervisor Burns and II. J. Keelan, of Deer Island, were busi ness visitors in St. Helens today. The county spelling content be tween the seventh and eighth grades will bo held In the city hall tonight. The public is cordially Invited to be present. Kinil Lovegren, a prominent resi dent of tlio Qulucy section, accom panied by several of his neighbors, was in St. Helens Wednesday In con sultation with the county court rela tive to road matters. Friends of Miss Jessamine Brown will he pleased to learn that she Is recovering rnpldly from a recent operation, and It Is expected that she will be able to return from the Portland hospital this week. CHURCH NOTICE Methodist Kpist-opal Church "The Friendly Church." Albert S. Illsey, pastor. Sunday school, 10 a. in. Morning worship, 1 1 o'clock. Epworth League, 7 p. m. Kvening service, 8 o'clock. Midweek meeting, Wednesday, at 8 p. in. The month of May has been des ignated by the National Vcr Council of the Methodist Episcopal church for a great patrlotc drive, with a se ries of services culminating with Memorial Sunday, May 26. Every force and agency of the whole coun try must swing into line to win the war for God and humanity. Tills community Is urged to co-oporate with Us In this mighty battle against the most relentless and atrocious foe that ever drew the sword. Next Sunday morning will be given over to a presentation of some of the facts Involved In our pert of this great work. We must equip and strengthen the hands of our chap lains; care for war orphans and tho helpless; tire the real and courage of our boys at the front; In short throw ourselves unreservedly into our part of the fight. "Come with us( and we will do Jieo good." M r-rmm,' Since 187a Always known a Three-Season. wear4 Underwear CongrogHtJonal Cliurrh Sunday school, 10 a. m Morning worship, 11a. m. Christian Endeavor, 6:45 p. m. Consecration meeting, evening ser vice. 7:45 p. m. Rev. Ralph Sparrow of the Port land V. M. C. A. will conduct all the services of the church. KpiNropnl Church There will he service in the Epis copal church next Sunday evening. May 6, at 7:30. The minister of agriculture of Brn- zil has been authorized to establish modern experimental farms and agri cultural colonies, especially for the education of orphans and abandoned j children. i Every Position is Comfortabli .r b it hp inosha-KKosed-Krotch Union Suits More important than good fitting shoes or any other garment you wear. Be sure your underwear fits and feels comfortable. Sold Exclusively from SIGNED BOXES Which Identify the Genuine K LOS ED KROTCH and COOPERS QUALITY-. Two Big Advantages which cott not hint extra, but are worth much to you. Torn 4 Tinrm N'S St. Helens, Oregon LIBERTY THEATRE si h Don't Miss This, TODAY, FRIDAY, MAY 3 BIO imhbui i-ikm;k m Eleven People in an Entirely Xew Ai t Hurst Creole Comedians SATURDAY, MAY 4 T-Tlif-e l - r . v.icuic comedians again today, m another new act. Here FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Z Complete Change of Program Everv Dv j Also Moving Pictures and 2-reeI Comedy Admission 25c SUNDAY, MAY 5 Ever Popular Mary Pickford "Am.Ti.a s Sweetheart" In hrr lilf; Huceeni 'Rebecca o! Sunnybrook Farm" MUTT & JEFF COMEDY HEARST'S PATHE NEWS Extra Music by Colored Orchestra MONDAY, MAY 6 MARIE DORO In her most Ulked of ,,y "LOST AND WON" Story of n Mg city nesglrrN battle with tho world. elens' New Moving Picture Playhouse Admission 25c 1 It .r v ;t:c;;v:..i'fC! 'HIS THURSDAY, MAY 9 SPECIAL FEATURE TODAY "The Trouble Buster" AT Cn -mT.. T?1 .u: lL -. ' v.w,i.uC. u.i3 mcaire is apsolutely FIRE PROOF A FATTY Altlll'CKI.K in WEDDING NIGHT" i UKSDAY, MAY 7 Francis X. Bushman in 'THE VOICE OF CONSCIENCE" ALSO GOOD COMEDY is changed everv 12 minutes Good Pictures Good Music Right Prices , Come VAS Ywiw V