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ST. HELENS MIST, FRI DAY. AUGUST 9. 1918
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WARREN
The warehouse directors met on
Saturday evening and elected the
following officers: A. L. Larson,
president and John Farr, secretary
and treasurer. The office of manager
has not yet been filled as the direo
tors wish to secure a competent man
for on his ability will depend much
of the success or failure of the en
terprise. Articles of incorporate,
are now ready and will be filed soon
with the county clerk and secretary
of state. A site has not yet been
selected but there are several under
consideration.
The Home Guards have not as yet
received their uniforms although the
order and money was sent in over
three months ago owing, so the Port
land representatives say, to the gov
ernment taking charge of the factory.
Much Impatience is manifest among
the members and the matter will be
settled this week. No rifles are to be
had and action looking to the suppl
of them will be taken shortly.
Miss Myrtle Larson has been ap
pointed to fill the vacancy in the
schools caused by the resignation of
Mrs. Effie Brown. The many friends
of Miss Larson pleased with tin.
school board's selection, as she is
popular among all Miss Mary Dalu
gren, who has had charge of the first
grades has resigned and her place
has not been filled as yet.
Miss Laura Farr is spending a few
days' vacation with her friend, Mrs.
Hugh Adams of Portland. Mrs.
Adams was formerly Miss Mary Tho
mas of Goble.
S. V. Dahlgren is retiring from
business and Is disposing of his stock
of goods. He has not as yet ' an
nounced what line he will follow. His
many friends regret his retirement.
Mr. and Mrs. Garriott motored to
Portland Saturday as guests of N. F.
Baker of St. Helens.
A. L. Larson is in the fields with
a threshing crew. He reports the
yield of fall sown grain as good. He
is operating at present near Scap
roo&e. A lawn party was held at the home
of A. L. Larson on Tuesday evening
by the Christian Endeavor society. A
goodly crowd was present and a
pleasant time was spent.
Victor Thrane, secretary of the J.
B. Lacey Lumber company of Chica
go and New York, spent the first of
the week with his friends, Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Hyskell.
Miss Helen Mead of Portland, will
spend a couple of weeks visiting hei
school friend. Miss Elizabeth Hb
kell.
Messrs. A. H. TarbelL ad Fred
Boesel attended tfle meeting of the
Datrymafl'r-gueniEajlland on
Saturday.
couslu. Miss Iva Tarbell of Yankton
Ralph Tarbell, accompanied by bis
and the Principal and Mrs. Principal
of the Yankton schools and young
lady from Houlton, is spending u
couple of weeks motoring through the
Tillamook country. Ralph Is spend
ing much of his time tdralrlng the
scenery and examining the "Lovers
Lanes" In company with said young
lady.
D. Link of Goble, Johu Gilllane of
Roseburg and John Farr of Warren
are away on an extended trip through
Washington. When last heard from
they were at Stevenson, Washington.
They will be absent about 10 days.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Erickson and
Mrs. P. Loom Is motored to Portland
on Monday.
Col. W. J. Fullerton attended the
meeting of Pomona Grange at Natai
on Saturday. He accompanied
County Agent Howard on the trip.
SCAPPOOSE
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Snow (nee
Clara Duncan) and Infant son, are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Duncui.
R. F. Neilock and family were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Metcvlf on
day.
Grandma Beaver Is very, very II!.
There was a large attendance fro.n
Scappoose both Friday and Saturdny
r.vening to see "The Hearts of the
World" at the Hellig.
Mrs. E. M. Watts spent last week
with her daughter, Mrs. Perry
Portland.
Tony Marek is home from Califor
nia, where he has been In trait' ing
for army service.
Mrs. M. M. Wolfe has returned to
her home in Kent, Washington, after
spending two months with her daugh
ter, Mrs. David Bessemer.
Merrill Bessemer is In Portland for
a week; she is the guest of Thelma
Cole.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Campbell are
enjoying their new Maxwell car.
Miss Mary Klrkpatnclt of Plunn
Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. V
Campbell.
Mr. and Mrs. Beatty gave a pirnl
at Camp No. 2 on Sunday. A truck
load of their friends came from Port
land and enjoyed the day.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Duncan spent
the week end in Portland.
We are all eagerly watching for
Charles Leonard,' who is expected
home on a furlough.
Mrs. E. M. Watts, Mis3 Maud
Watts and Mrs. U. L. Eskeridge of
Sheridan left for Seaside Wednesday
morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Cathcart aro enjoying
a vacation. Prof. Dodson is takln?
Mr. Cathcarfs place at the tower.
Mr. and Mrs. Tipton and daughter
Ruby of Hillsboro. spent. Monday
nlsht with Scappocse friends. They
were motoring to Seaview, Washing
ton for a week at the shore. Ger
trude U Hi man accompanied them.
The young folks gave Ruby TIp-
t'u a little surprise purty at the horn
of Mrs. I'lhman Monday evening and
all enjoyed seeing Ruby once mors
Mrs. Dodson Is at home after
spending a week at Sherwood and
Amity.
Harold Dodson made a short visit
home from Eugene to see Ms broth
er, Ersel Dodson off for servlco, Tues
day. Ersel left tor Camp Fremont
Palo Alto, California. He will serve
in the field ai'tillory. Nine boy:
from Columbia county left In the
same purty.
The contract for painting the hlgl
school has boen awarded to Messrs
Grewell and Lyons. The work be
ing done in the play shed Is a good
thing.
R. F. Niblock and family retumeu
from a trip to the Atlantic coast and
vicinity on Friday. He remarked of
the abundant crops out In the middle
west and the east. The grain In Iowa
is a picture. The farmers say It wll
be a problem to get It all threshed
the crop Is so heavy and they are also
experiencing difficulty owing to tli
shortage of help. Another thing one
could not help noticing on the plains
and in the Rocky mountains is the
little huts in the most unexpected
places with the service flag and Red
Cross emblem. One carries the Im
prcsslon we are Indeed a united poo
pie.
All Our Summer Goods
AT
Reduced Prices
M. ROSENTHAL
DEER ISLAND
The Deer Island auxiliary mot a
their sewing room Friday after a two
months rest on account of shortage
In material and are busy again with
work for the good cause. Sixteen
ladies were present.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Brown were
visitors at the Rainier Chautauqua
Saturday and at Seaside on Sunday
Mrs. W. E. Clark was a visitor with
her sister at Astoria for the week
end.
mr. unci mrs. i. a. nicurltle anu
Mrs. Newton Sundayed with Mr. and
Mrs. C. S. English.
Mrs. Mooney of Oakland, Califor
nia, returned home last Monday after
a months visit with her cousin,. Mra
Keelan.
Mrs. C. H. English spent several
days in Portland this week.
Mrs. Capers and daughter of Van
couver, Washington, after visiting
several weeks with her Bon at tliU
place, returned home last Saturday
Mrs. Forrest Cox and children, win-
have boon with Mr. and Mrs. An
MIST WANT COLUMN
for Sale Four Chester White
pigs. ill be ready to take August
iitn. l , j. Larsen, Warren. 33-tf
For. Sale Good nix
nice basement, located in Block 61
on nou mil. "terms. This is i
bargain. George Klonas at St. Hel
ens Restaurant. 33
For Sale Model 83, B-passenger
Overland touring car. In good con-
auion ana lias new tires. H. M
Terry at St. Helens Garage.
cr bale a Ford roadster. In
good condition. Hus three new
tires. Enquire of S. Heuman at
west bt. Helens Bakery, Houlton.
33-tf
I For Salo Fifteen young pigs,
, weeks .old. $5 each. Dave Coons.
t'lione luz-F-11, Batchelor Flat.
j For Sale Seven milk cows, grade
i Jerseys; 1 Holsteln bull. Inquire of
1 a. uesseu, vornonla, Ore. 32-2
for bale A good 2-room float,
i-umpieie wun lurniture, suo.OO. I
it. uuinerlora. 32
or Sale Relgstered Poland
inina oroou sows. J. A. Bacon, War
ren, Oregon. 32-tf
Crockery Crockery
CROCKERY
We have just received a large shipment of nice
CROCKERY. We bought this sometime ago when prices
were lower than at present and will give our customers
the benefit of our bargain purchase. If you need anything
in the Crockery line, you should avail yourself of the op
portunity we offer.
GLASSWARE GRANITEWARE STONE JARS
KITCHEN UTENSILS
(A Complete Line of These)
Also Light Harware and Tools
Our Grocery Department
is well stocked with Staple and Fancy Groceries. Fresh
Fruits and Vegetables. Our satisfaction guarantee goes
with your purchase.
Larsen & Company
Successors to A. S. Harrison, St. Helens
NOTE Responding to the request of many of
our customers, we are now keeping BOILED
HAM. You can get this in any quantity, from one
slice to a whole ham.
For Sale Cheap Lot No. 21 nnri
22, Block No. 2, Columbia Park ad
dition. A. II. Buss, 467 23rd St. N:
Portland, Ore. 32-4"
for Sale Brown well matched
loam, weight about 1100 pounds.
Well broke. Will drive single or
aouuie. j, l. Williams, Houlton
postoffice. 31 ti
Money to loan on Improved real
estate by Columbia County Abstract
Company. 27-tf
! For Sale Threshing outfit, 16
I horse Gurr-Scott enuine. 28x48 num.
I ley Separator, J. I. Case steel tank.
Eber Brown, Yankton, Ore. 26-tf
' ---- .
Pastures Wanted. Parties having
pastures communicate at once with
Livestock Brokerage Co., 110 Ex-
ennnge Jlldg., North Portland, Ore
gon. Phone Woodlawn 2400.
O. A. C. White Levhorn esrirs for
naicning, ij.bu ror 15, postpaid. Or
der early. T. C. Meehan, Deer Is
land, Oregon. 16-tf
Cascara Bark, Oregon Grape Root
and Fox Glove leaves wanted. Che-
naiis jrroauce Co., Aberdeen, Wash
14-tf
I For a good job of masonry or
plastering, see L. E. Gulker. Phone
evenings, 106F13. . ll-3m-
For Sale Young pigs fo.1 sal 4 by
J. A. Bacon of Warron. 28 tf
Found By S. L. Butler necr Tide
creek station, tan leather suit case.
Owner may obtain same by proving
property. Call at' the Mist of.'ce.
26-tf
For Sale 12 h.p. double cylinder
steam traction engine in good condi
tion, aoer Brown, Yankton, Ore.
. . 26-11
drews the past month have returned
to Oluey, Oregon, ylr home. Mrs.
Andrews and 'Marluu accompanied
them homo for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mooney, Ed and
Gene Keolan and Miss Koarns, visit
ed with the It. J. Keelan family fin
the week end.
schools, n I ho proHiduiil of tho Tencli
01s' grudo association.
Rainier Review
LODGES
The IiOyal Order of Moose, Bt. Hel
ens Lodge No. 1238. Moots the first
nml third TuomlaVS of cucll Inoulll.
Win. Hush and family moioreu 10 A11 vlaltora cordially Invited.
St. Helens Saturday evening to take
In the show.
Tho Recreation club was entertain
od Wednesday by Mrs. Ilnxel Judlsrh
and Mrs. Mao Clark at a picnic to
Tide Creek Falls,
Haying is drawing to a close in
this vicinity. Tho grain Is cut anil
being stacked, preparatory to thresh
Ing, The yield was way below normal.
RAINIER
Prof. W. C. Gaunt, who lias been
In Southern Oregou tho pust mouth
looking nfter his property there re
turned Sunday afternoon.
Dr. Welch returned from Port Ian
where he has been confined to his
homo for the past week on account
of sickness, the Doctor says that he
Is much Improved in health and Ix
again able to assume his practice.
Mr. und Mrs. Kd Joseph received
word tills week that their son, Wil
liam, who Is on the transport Lavlutli
on, telling them that he has complet
ed his sixth trip overseas anil bus re
ceived another star on his arm hum!
William is certainly making good with
his credits.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ellsulih Smith
of Kansas City, friends of Mr. und
Mrs. Fred Trow nro nguln In the went
and aro enjoying the days ut present
w.ith Mrs. Smith's brother, Ooo. II.
Conyer and wlfo In Clntskntilo.
Miss Harriett Thayer of Portland.
:s spending her vacation with her
parents Mr. and Mrs. ("has. Thnyei,
Just east of Rainier. Miss Thayer Is
principal of one of the Portlan.i
11. A. COLT. Dlctntor.
W. W. ULAKESLEY, 80c.
Mlcpah Chapter O. 10. 8. meed In
Masonic Hall the second aud fourth
Saturdays of cucll month.
MRS. MARY E. CHRISTIE. W. M.
JOHN PHILIP, Secy.
Tilttcum Tribe No. 02, Improved
O. It. M., of Yuuktou, Ore., meuts at
its wigwam, second and fourth Sat
urdays of each mouth.
V. . 11. 1IUANNON. C. of It.
K. L. HYDE, Sachem.
St. Helens Rehekah IanIko, No.
217, meets second and fourth Thurs
day of ouch month 1 11 I. O. O. F. hall.
Visiting members always welcomo.
FLORENCE SNKLLINU, N, O.
MRS. ELLA ALLEN, Suc'y.
St. Helens I-oiIko
No 117, I. O. O. K.
meets lu tho I O.
O. F. building, on
the second aud fourth Suturdas of
cuch month, visiting members are al
ways given a hearty welcomo.
FUEL) W. CHRISTIE, Noblo Grand.
C. W. 1ILAKESLEY, Sec.
Avon Lodge No. f2 Knights of
Pythius meets every Tuesday even
ing in CuHtlo Hall. St. Helens. Vis
iting Knights always welcome
EUGENE E. ULAKESLEY, C. C.
EDISON I. UALLAUH, K. of It. & S. 1
J PROFESSIONAL CARDS
, . E- A. ROSS
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DR. C. E. WADE
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S. B. HOSKIN
IteutlNt
St. llZ'sC 10 UUUk Uu"l
DR.
L. GILBERT
Office In Buuk Bldg.
DR. ALFRED iTpeeT
DR. S. II. RUSSELL
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Mole.d tWnKfc Jj
Hours 9 a. in. i ""
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Office In Bunk Bulld0I
1,0,10 " Bt. Helen.
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( uuiily Coroner
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V and 3
leleus Lodge No. 32,
F & A. M. meets 1st
and 3rd Saturday In each
tnjlith. Visiting brothers cordially
A. L. STONE. W. M.
E. E. QUICK. Secretary.
St. Helens Camp No. 10,99!, Mod
ern Woodmen of America, meets the
first Weduesday of each mouth.
II. K. VEAZ1M, V, C.
H. E. LA BAKE, Clo-k.
GEO. II. SHINN
Attorney at Uw
St. Helena, Oregon
Bank Bldg.
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A Homey at Ijiw
St. lUlent, On
FRED W. HERMAN
Attorney at I-w
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