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ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. MAY 10. 1918
FcorrespondenceI SCAPPOOSE D. W. Price spent Tuesday In Van couver on business. Mrs. Du Boise is spending some time with Mrs. Stevens. The little grandson of Henry Hen se Is very ill with typhoid fever. Mr. Bessemer has purchased a fine cow. He can soon be a rnncher. Orville Garrison was home from Camp Lewis Saturday and Sunday. Ruby Lipton, of Htllsboro, spent the week end with Scappoose friends. Mr. Scudder is having his house repainted. Mr. Grewell is doing the work. Dr. and Mrs. Hatfield and V. G. C. Woods spent the week end n Bea vertou. Messrs. Nlblock and Holloday at tended a meeting of Scottish rite in Portland Tuesday night. F. L. Smith shipped a carload of cattle to North Portland stockyard last Wednesday. D. W. Price and J. G. Watts were motoring through Beaverton. Forest Grove and vicinity on Sunday. Dr. Hatfield and W. G. C. Woods were St. Helens visitors on Monday and Tuesday motored to Portland. D. W. Price is having the cottage formerly owned by Gillettes painted. This is a considerable improvement. Lester Adams arrived home from San Diego Sunday. He is on a fur lough, having been operated on for appendicitis. Mrs. E. M. Watts. Miss Maud Watts and Mrs. D. W. Prce motored to Shorldan Sunday afternoon, re turung Wednesday. Loren Johnson spent several days at Corvallls last ' week, returning Sunday and bringing Gladys with lilm for a few days. Chester Morgan has been quite 111 with pleural pneumonia but is better now. His father, Jess Morgan, was in Scappoose Sunday to visit him. Hev. Vernon Cooke and Mrs. Cooke are receiving congratulations upon the arrival of a little son May 6. Mrs. Cooke will be remembered as Miss Hazel Watts. Congregational church Sunday school at 10:15; mo-nlng worship, 11:15; evening worship, 8 o'clock. Mother's day will be observed at the Sabbath school service and all par ents are Invited, In fact urged, to come. Hev. C. H. Johnston and Mrs. Johnston were guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Pomeroy Wednesday, re turning to Portland Thursday morn ing. Mr. Johnston came to Scap poose to speak at the funeral of lit tle Harvey Fischer. May day exercises were held In the playshed on the school grounds Friday afternoon. An interesting program was rendered and a large attendance was present to appreciate it. The program was followed by a ball game with the St. Helens high school team. WARREN The Y. M. C. A. has sent 120.000, 000 pounds of goods overseas for sol diers, up to March 1. Red Cross Dance At Deer Island This dance will be given by the Deer Island Auxiliary, SATURDAY NIGHT. MAY 18 in the Grange Hall. Music by the Popular Torrey Jazz Orchestra of Portland. BE SURE TO ATTEND A GOOD TIME ASSURED Remember Saturday, May 18, at 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 Special Sale on Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour Regular 20c Seller While it Lasts, 15c 5 cents is only a small amount, but you save just this much when you take advantage of this special. Fresh Vegetables We receive our fruits and vegetables fresh every day. For your Sunday dinner we will have NEW POTATOES, PEAS, SPINACH, HOOD RIVER ASPARAGUS and other vegetables that you like. St. Helens Mercantile Co. Mrs. Alfred Buca epent Sunday In Portland with her husband. Mrs. Garriott has been appointed as head of the Red Cross In place of Mrs. N. F. Baker, who has moved to St. Helens. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Tarbell and family and Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Boe soland family took a trip over the Columbia Highway Inst Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Colvln, of Marshland, spent Sunday with Mr. ind Mrs. John Farr. Mrs. Colvln Is a schoolmate friend of Mrs. F:rr. Mrs. Egbert and daughter, of The Dalles, daughter of Mrs. E. J. Harms, returned Saturday after a two weeks visit with her. mother. She was ac companied to Portland by Mrs. Harms. J. R. Bowles, a recent arrival here, hod his hip broken Inst Friday. He was leading a cow from the barn when he fell and broke one of the bones. He was taken to Emanuel hospital in Portland. The following telegram was re ceived by Mrs. N. F. Baker, chairman of the Liberty loan committee: "San Francisco, May 4. Hearty congratu lations on your splendid work and success. Mailing Honor flag. Signed, Sherman." Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Baker have moved to St. HelenB and taken charge of the Morgus apartments They will be greatly missed from Warren as Mrs. Baker was always foremost In all public enterprises. The best of wishes of everyone ac companies them and the hope Is that they may return again to Warren. DEER ISLAND What's the Matter With Oregon? PPflFFCCiriNal r,.. E. A. ROSS Business I'lion. 13 IUsldenc.ii J Hunk Illd . H " 'I , . ...,,,, urf R. N. Stanf ield, Republican, for United States Senator A I Mrs. C. R. Miller, of Warren, is visiting Mrs. Gus Bangsund. Miss Mary Todd came down from Portland Saturday, returning Sun day. Miss Minna Hammer and cousin Ida Hammer spent the week end vis iting at the Hammer home. W. J. Bush visited friends and relatives at Waunn, Ore., Inst Thurs day and Friday. Mrs. N. A. Andress and son Marion were shopping In Portland Friday. Mrs. Thomas Egan and son Ken neth and Orlow Gore visited Clar ence Gore nnd family at Osterander a few days last week. The Misses Eunice and Myrl Duvis were in Portland Saturday. Miss Fay nnd Elizabeth Lnrned spent the week end at the Bert Adams home. Little Chas. Franklin Brown, who has been quite sick, is better. Mrs. Ida Bonser. and daughter, Mrs. Godfrey, and grandchildren came from Vancouver, B. C, last week and are visiting the Chas. Eng lish home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Guitens are the proud parents of a fine boy, born last Thursday at God Samaritan hos pital, Portland. Mrs. Rose Dodson has gone to her mother, who Is seriously ill. G. W. Wood has returned from Montevllla, where he has been for several days .tending his wnr garden. Mrs. Elmer Connel and Mrs. Chas. English were In Portland Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Perry and Miss Eva spent a few days on their ranch last week. They are now living In Port land. Ray Gaitens went to Portland Sun day. N. A. Andres has Invested in a brand new Chevrolet. Mrs. E. C. Glltner was down from Portland several days on business. Leon Jasper, of Skamokawa, was visiting his family Sunday. S. A. Fltzpatrick, superintendent of the Deer Island Logging Co., and his wife have returned from a six ; weeks visit with his folks In his old , home in Wisconsin. j Albert Adams slipped 4 8 spring lambs to Portland last Thursday that topped the market. They brought an average price of $13 each. I Mr. and Mrs. Will Clark, Mrs. N.! A. Andres, Mrs. Bert Adams and ! j Mrs. Mills attended Pomono Grange j I at Yankton laBt Saturday. The wel- .come extended the visiting members' left nothing to be desired and those attending from Deer Island Grange' were only sorry they could not stay for the entire meeting. In point of ! 'attendance, membership and flnan-' jclal condition. Deer Island Grange' I was among the best in the county. Geo. Kanopka and C. A. Kltch mo 1 tored to Portland Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hanson have moved Into their new home, Edge- wood, recently purchased from E. C. Glltner. "I have a very strong conviction that Oregon has been dis criminated against bv the National Government in manv wavs Mr. Stanfield shares this feeling and promises, if elected, to correct it as far as it lies in his power to do so. Senator McNary denies that anv such discrimination exists. He was quoted in a dispatch from Washington to the Oregon "Journal as saying that he took no stock in the statement that there had been dis crimination against Oregon. Of course, if he believes that there has been no such discrimination he will make no effort to re move it." S. B. Huston, who withdrew from the senatorial contest and is supporting Stanfield. Why do the Telegram and Journal "complain that Seattle is always taking payrolls away from Portland, then attack Stan field because he has built up an industry which benefits Oregon and Portland, creates a payroll and adds thousands of dollars to the tax list? Why has Portland lost so much to Seattle is it because there are elements in Portland, always ready to knock anyone who tries to help the community? Five lawyers comprise the Oregon delegation at Washington, there has not been a business man, farmer, or toiler in the dele gation in a generation. DR. C. E. WADE Physician and Burgeon I'hon. SB Muckle Bldg. St. Helens, OrJ S. B. HOSKIN Dentist Office; In Bank Building DR. L. GILBERT ROSS i-nyainaa ana Nurgmia onice in Bank Uldg. m. i,,lwJ DR. ALFRED J. PEEL l-nyucuut ua Burgeon Masonic Uulldlug at. nolens, OMo Why has the Chamber of Commerce felt it necessary to hire a special representative at a senator's salary of $7,500 a year to look after Oregon's interests? Stanfield will not be dictated to and controlled by a political boss, by corporations or by newspapers, but he will serve the people of his state, playing no favorites and giving a square No one has ever said that Bob Stanfield is a double-crosser or that he is selfish or not liberal with his resources or his friend- ,,1Pl.-- There 1?n't a lazv bone in his bodv- He has been a toiler all his life and never held a cushy job. Raised on the range, he is no silk-stocking. Stanfield has built up from nothing through constructive labor until today he is one of the genuine assets of Oregon. He did not marrv his money, nor did he inherit it he worked for i. Republicans know that Stanfield is 100 per cent Republican He is not a 50-50 Demo-Rep. K (Paid Adv. By Stanfield Senatorial League, 20.1 Northwestern Bank Bldg.) Best Remedy for Whooping Cough. ' "Last winter when my little boy had the whooping cough I gave him Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. J. B. Roberts, East St. Louis, 111. "It kept his cough loose and relieved him of those dreadful coughing spells. It is the only cough medicine I keep in the house because I have the most confidence In it." This remedy Is also good for colds and croup. M. HOVEN Steamer RUTH SAFE, SPEEDY SERVICE TOWING, JOBBING Passenger accomodations for , 100 Landing at City Dock Hello, Central! A 128 Yes. Rmnntt'o n.i.. Shop. Quick and good service. Advertising In the Mist pays. J. L. WILLIAMS & SONS A Full and Complete line of General Merchandise Dry Goods, Shoes and Groceries SCHOOL BOOKS, INK, PENS, STATIONERY Our customers receive dependable goods at reasonable prices. Give us a trial and you will be satisfied. WEST ST. HELENS, ORE. Phone 34 DR. S. II. RUSSELL Cliiroiirortor MIW. IU8SK1J., Ladles' Mam, raoornum laumei moani Uallu Hours 9 a. m. to 6 d. m. rhon.B-ll!6 St. Helens, Orel GLEN R. METSKER Attorney Office In Bank Bulldlnc Phono 17 St. Helens, OrJ T. S. WHITE Undertaker and Funeral Direct county txrouer Phone 64 Residence phon. Ill Hi. nolens, Oregon E. S. SNELLING Attorney at Law 81. nolens, Oroi GEO. H. SHINN Attorney at Law 8t. Helena, Oregon , J. W. DAY Attorney at Law Bank Bldg. 8i. Helens, On FRED W. HERMAN Attorney at Law "aimer. Oroil T. F. ROBERTSON Watchmaker and Jeweler ttKHT HT. IIM.K.M All Work Guaranteed Prices Reasonable I LODGES The Loyal Order of M.m si ii.i. ens Lodge No. 1238. Moots ths first I and third Tuesday, of each month. I aii visitors cordially Invited. H. A. COLT. Dictator. W. W. BLAKE8LEY, Sec Mlzpah Chapter O. K. 8. meets lij Masonic Hall the second and fourtt nniuniays ot each month. MRS. MARY E. CHRISTIE, W. M. JOHN PHILIP, Secy. Tllllcum Tribe No. 62, Improved O. R. M., of Yankton, Ore., meets at Its wigwam, second and fourth Sat urdays of each month. V.. U. I1RANNON, C. of R. E. L. HYDE, Sachem. Rt. Helens Rebekah Lodge, No. 217, meets second and fourth Thur day ot each month In 1. O. O. F. hall. Visiting members always welcome. FLORENCE SNELLING, N. 0. MRS. ELLA ALLEN, Sec'y. St. Helens Lodn No 117, I. 0. o. r. meets in Hie I 0. It W l.nll.llnr no the Second nnrl fourth flutnrrlnv Af each month, visiting members ar. al ways given a hearty welcome. FRED W. CHIUSTIE. Noble Grand. C. W. ULAKESLEY, Bee. Avon Lodge No. (2 Knights of Pythias meets every Tuesday even ing In Castle Hall. St. Helens. Vis iting Knights always welcome EUGENE E. BLAKE8LEY, C. C. EblSON I. BALLAOH, K. of R. t 8. A St. Helen. Lodge No. SI, XX A- A. M. meets lit ' and 3rd Saturday In each mouth. Visiting brothers cordially A. L. STONE, W. M. E. E. QUICK, Secretary. 8t. Holona Camp No. 10,999, Mod ern Woodmen of America, meets the first Wednesdny of each month. H. E. VEAZIE, V. C H. E. LA BARE, Clerk. Lynch & Muhr HAIR CUTS, SHAVES, SHAMPOOS Everything in the Barber Line done up in Style Our shop is Strictly Clean and Sanitary Come in and See us ST. HELENS PERRY GRANITE CO. Earl Perry, Mgr. 301 4th St. Portland, Ore. Designers and Manufac turers of Monuments. Deal with us direct and thus save agent's commis sion. ( For Good Work, always ' the cheapest.