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ST HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 6. 1918
W., g!!5 3 rADDPcnniunrvrr k A A A A. AS SCAPPOOSE School will open next Monday, the 9th. Mrs. Adam of St. Helena visited Scappoose friends on Wednesday. Mrs. J. B. Duncan has returned from a trip to Tacoma. Mrs. Jack Duncan is home from Clatskanlo. R. P. Niblock sold his car thtf week to Rev. Hisey of St. Helens. Mrs. W. C. Campbell entertained the Ladles Aid at her home on Thurs day. The school buildings are very at tractive both Inside and out since they received the new coat of paint, the work has been completed and Is very satisfactory. Mr. anU Mrs. W. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Holoday, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Niblock attended University Park church Sunday and heard Rev. C. H. Johnston speak. Messrs. Cathcart, Holloday, But ler and Niblock attended Masonic lodge In St. Helens Thursday even ing and helped C. H. Kapper through Lis third degree. Congregational church Sunday School, 10:16 a. m., morning wor ship". 11:15 a. m.; evening service at 8 o'clock. Mr. Palmer's absence last Sabbath was due to a previous en gagement made a long time ago, however, he will occupy the pulpit for the rest of September both morn ing and evening. He has been a Y. M. C. A.' worker on the front in Prance and Is sure to give interest ing talks. 'Come and hear him. The Red Cross will be open on Tuesday, September 10th, at 2 p. m., to start up the fall work. Temporary headquarters at the Congregational church. Quite a crowd attended the min strel show In the hall Saturday even ing. Mrs. Haworth of Prescott Is spend ing a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Miller. Mr. Haworth spent the holiday with them. Floyd Grenwell is having his house improved and painted. We extend our sympathy to Mrs. Jess Morgan, who loct her little son, SCHOOL BOOKS Note Books School Tablets Pencils, Ink Our Stock is Complete Let Us Supply Your Wants PLAZA PHARMACY Make the Kitchen Work Less You can do this by using Aluminum Cooking Utensils. We have just received a large ship ment of Vico Aluminum Ware k Kettles, steamers, rice boilers, tea kettles, stew kettles, percolators and many other articles. They are moderately priced and will give entire satisfac tion. Visit our store and make your selection. Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables Any day you can find just what you want in these lines if you come to our store. If you can not come, phone us and your order will have the same attention as though you called. Our delivery is prompt and the goods we send you we back . with our guarantee of quality. We will appreciate your patronage. Larsen & Company Successors to A. S. Harrison, St. Helens Real Estate Snaps $1050.00 6-room house with 2 good garden lots. $ 750.00 4-room house and 3 good lots. $ 300.00 3-room house and 1 lot; well located. $1500.00 5-room modern house; sewer connections. $ 300.00 3-room boathouse, furnished. Private money to loan on good real estate security Lots in all parts of the city on very easy terms Rutherford Realty Co. REAL ESTATE -LOANS INSURANCE Opposite City Hall Dr. and Mrs. Blatchford, Mr. and Mrs. Crowley and Mrs. Gotchell were guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Niblock at dinner on Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. Hatfield spent part ot last week In Portland. Mrs. Vernon Cooke and son are visiting tn Tortlnnd this week. Mr. Gillmour is getting quite cour ageous; has been to Portland twice In his new Maxwell. Russell, with dlptheria. last week. It was a very quick case. Mr. and Mrs. Cnl Weaver are visit ing thbtr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Grant. Mr: Weaver is going into the service. " The weather has been (ine for pic nics. A party of young folks went up to the Scappoose mill Sunday evening to camp over night and to spend Labor Day. Suturduy evening J. G. Watts and ramtly, R. P. Niblock and family were out on the Spltzenberg trail for a picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Seiffert and Mr. and Mrs. Lnfe Brown motored to Tacoma this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Butler and Mr. end Mrs. Emmltt of Portland attend ed a family reunion at Hurrlsburg, at the home of Mrs. Butler's sister, Mrs. Baldwin. The Jeff & Robb mill Is now in operation. Another way to do your bit Is save the peach and prune pits. Leave them at the postofflce. They will bo sent to Portland and used in making an acid for war benefit. AIbo save end take all tin foil off yeust cakes etc. There was some excltment Tues day afternoon In the north end of town. Mr. Hegole had set fire to a few stumps. In a short time the whole field and fences were ablaze. The flames crossed the logging road Deiore ueing discovered. Help was called and the flames kept from the dwellings, but gained headway later on and had to be watched until late Into the night. WARREN I The advocacy of having city boys to aid the farmers and the results that sometimes happen was fully demonstrated in Warren last week. C. M. Hyskell of the Oregon Berk i shire company, has had In his employ a city boy, Fulton Robinson. Fulton I 1b a gay, happy and hnrd working boy, but does not thoroughly appre ciate the condition of garden crops and ail circumstances connected therewith. Last Monday Mr. Hys kell went to the woods and cut some poles to put under and along his ! tomato plants which were overbur j dened with the green fancy tomatoes. I They were the pride of his garden and he had very carefully tended and , watered them. When he got the roles ready he said to Fulton, "Ful 't ton, you go and pote the tomatoes." i "All right," said Fulton and away lie went whistling to the work. In about an hour Fulton came to the barn and in his courteous wny. Bald, "Mr. Hyskell, I have finished," happy In the performance of a task. "That's cood," said Mr. Hyskell, "you got pll done?" "Yes," said Fulton, "I got them all pulled." "What!" said Mr. Hyskell, "pulled!" "Yes sir, some came up hard, but I got thorn all." Mr. Hyskell put his hands through his already sparse locks of hnir, to which some of It adhered and walked down to the bnrn, not saylne anv- i thing audible, but his actions be itrayed considerable emotlou, as he Is fond of tomatoes, but his kind roighhors hove promised to see that he will have some of their surplus. The election of Lieutenant J. A. Uacon of the Warren Home Guards to bntalllon adjutant of the county, left the position of first lieutenant va cant and Second Lieutenant Morris was advanced to the position and First Sergeant Frank Bealer was 'lected to second lieutenant. This elevation of Sergeant Boalor advanc ed Sergeant K. F. Lumen to "top" sergeant. The boys are "preparing for a big entertainment and social in tho near future. Mrs. C. R. Miller and daughter, Marguerite, spent several days with f.lends at Deer Island, Miss Mar guerite visiting Mrs. Bert Adams. Miss Elizabeth Hyskell returned to Portland Monday to continue her j studies at the Lincoln high school. Warren schools opened Monday with a full corps of teachers and an Increased enrollment of pupils. Miss Erma Bacon, daughter of Ad jutant and Mrs. Bacon, Is quite 111 and under the doctor's care. Warren turned out en masse to the L. L. L. L's picnic at St. Helens and listened to the best speakers and program ever given In Columbia county. REUBEN Wm, llyborger, wlfennd daughter of St. Helens visited with friends In this vicinity over Sunday. Henry Wnsser, wife and son anil Julian Wnsser of Maplo Lane, were In town Sunday. Capt. Ed. J. Wutts and wlfo of Portland and Jacob George and wlfo stopped here for awhile Sunday morning on their way to Seaside. S. T. Whllbach and wife of Port land, motored down Sunday morning and visited with Mrs. Whltboch's mother, Mrs. J. C. Watts. Mrs. Watts returned to Portland with them. She will leave Portland Tuesday evening for Sanger, Fresno county, Califor nia, for a six weeks' visit with hr daughter, Mrs. Andrew Bowman. F. E. Shepard of Portland was a visitor tn town Sunday. John Goodman, wife and daughter of Portland, stopped over for a few hours Sunday evening, on their way home from Seaside. They report the road In good condition. Mrs. ('. T. Kntubalsky and daugh ter were Kalnma visitors Saturday. Erwln Sulffort and Bon of Deer Is land, were in town Monday. I'ncle Wm. Graham of Prescott was a visitor in town Monday. J. B. Cox, nn old tlino resident of this place was culling on old friends Monday. For the last two years Mr. Cox has lived in Astoria. He Is now on his way to Klamath Falls. Mrs. James Rnwhiy of St. Helens, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. K Seiffert this week. t'anl of Thank Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. I): llman wish to thank all who were so very kind to them through the sickness Mid bereavement ot their little son, Albert. ReV. Hlsey, 'ie Boy Scouts, those who so kindly furnished auto mobiles and Hie many, many flowers. Also those who showed ro many nets of kindness in different ways. Al bert E. Dallman, Olive D. Dalli mn. MIST WANT COLUMN LODGES The Loyal Order ot Moose, St. Hel ui Lode No. 1138. Meets the first and third Tuesdays of each month. All visitor! cordially Invited. H. A. COLT, Dictator. W. W. BLAKESLET, Sea. Mltpah Chapter O. B. 8. meets lu Masonic Hall the second and fourth Saturdays of each month. MRS. MARY E. CHRISTIE, W. M. JOHN PHILIP, Secy. Tllllrum Tribe No. 62, Improved O. It. M , ot Yankton, Ore , meets at its wigwam, second and fourth Sat urdays ot each mouth. V. . O. BHANNON, C. of R. K. L. HYDE, Sachem. St. Helens Rnhekah Lodge. No. 217, meets second and fourth Thurs day ot each month In I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting members always welcome. FLORENCE 8NELLING, N. O. MRS. ELLA ALLEN, Sec'y. St. Helens Lodge No 117. I. O. O. V. meets In the I O. O. K. building, ou the second and fourth Saturdays of each month, visiting members are al ways glveu a hearty welcome. FRED W. CHRISTIE, Noble Grand. C. W. BLAKESLEY. Sec. Avon Lodge No. 62 Knights of Pythias meets every Tuesday even ing In Castle Hall, St. Helens. Vis iting Knights always welcome EUGENE E. BLAKESLEY, C. C. EDISON I. MALLAGH, K. ot R. & 8. A St. Helens Lodge No. 82, V A. K tt A. M. meats lit A and 3rd Saturday In each nvjnth. VlsUIng brothers cordially A. L. 8TONE, W. M. E. E. QUICK, Secretary. St. Helens Camp No. 10,990, Mod ern Woodmen of America, meets the first Wednesday of each month. H. E. VEAZIK, V. C. H. E. LA BARE, Clerk. PROFESSIONAL CAI I A A A A A A A a a. . I A. ROSS funeral Dlmu.r ?. . Uusli.es. Phons ii nJES? Huns Bldg, Ut. lignL DR. C. K. WADE Phone tt mucins uiu. Bl Uv 'HI Or. S. B. HOSKIN Itoutlsl Ore0 DK; L- GILBERTS? I'll VhIi'Imm mm.I u- Office' In liauk Uldg. glV, "i DR. ALFRED J. pT Physician and Burgw.'1 .vi n mt n a i iiui. uuimiug 8t' "c"""- Jjw DR. S II. RUSSElT" C1.lniirarUir MRS. HL'HHKM,, Isles' Moorneld Cabinet Steam BwhT Hours V a. m. to 6 d m Phone D-126 hl ii.t... . GLEN R. METSKER Attorney Office In Bank llulldlai 1'u"" 8t. 11,1,0V 0rt T. S. WHITE InderUker and Funeral Director County Coroner Phone 64 Residence phoni 1111 St. Helens. Oregoo GEO. II. SIIINN Attorney at Uw 8t. Helens, Oregon J. W. DAY Attorney ut lw Bank Bldg. St. Helens. On FREF) W TIFPMAM ... - . Attorney mt lw '"ler. Omim Lost Black leather handbag, be-' twecn Houlton and St. Helens. Hag contained $5.00 in silver and sugar! card. Finder return to Mrs. Henry Owens, Houlton. Reward. 38 For Sale Almost new Victor Piano, price $250. Mrs. Frank Hill. Enquire at Italian Imp. Co., St. Hel ens. ' 38-40 For Sale Team geldings, weight about 2900, well broke logging team. Will sell for cash or trade for good auto. Inquire Deer Island lagging Co., Camp 2. F. E. Barchus. 38-39 Fall Coats and Hats Our lines of these goods have just arrived. Come and make your selection before the line is broken. Fleischner's Knitting Yarn We have this in All Colors. M. ROSENTHAL For Sale At a Bargain Six-room house, two lots, water and sewer connections. Good chicken Iiouho. Located on hill nenr Morgus resi dence. See George Klonas at People's Market. 38 Fof Rent Farm near Goblo, also for sale, cattle hnrHPn nmt firm Im plements. Rose Maklnster, Goble, uregon. 37-38 For Sale One-ton Studehaker truck, self starter, excellent shape, good large body and top, $650.00. Frank L. Smith. 228 Alitor R Port land, Oregon. 37-40 Found Bicycle In my pasture. Owner may have same by identify ing and paying expenses. W. H. Faxon, St. Helens. 37-40 Prunes for Sale wm toiivor in close-by communities or will ship upon receipt of order. Price 3 cents per pound delivered at St. Helens or at shlnnlntr nolnt Wllllnm Kimiin Warren, Oregon. Phone 108-F-13. 37-38 For Sale At renRnnnhln nrlrn 1 good 9-yenr-old all-around work norse, sound and true In every way, weight about 1500 nnunilu JTi,n Josephson, Warren, Ore. 38-4 Good Faith In Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy "Chamberlain's Colio and Diar rhoea Remedy was used by my father about a year ago when he had diar rhoea. It relieved him Immediately and by taking three doses he was ab solutely cured. He has great faith In this remedy,' writes Mrs. w. h. Wil liams, Stanley, N. Y. For Snlo White I.eclmm ntt. erels, the country's famous egg pro ducers. $3 to $5. E. E. Wilson. 36-tf Lost A pony, dark brown with vhlte spot In forehead, weight about 1000, about eight years old. Notify Anna Hommand, Warren, Oregon. 37-38 1 la. AUTO SUPPLIES We aim to carry in stock all the auto supplies you are likely to need. And we know our prices are lower than you would oftentimes pay if you sent away. Besides, we save you the high express charges you have to pay on small orders. FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS We carry a large line of high quality tires in all popular sizes. And you can always be sure of getting good, live, fresh goods wken buying here. Spark plugs, dry cells, horns, lamps and all standard supplies at prices that please. GOODYEAR, UNITED STATES and RACINE TIRES Independent Auto Co. St. Helens, Oregon For SnlnPran1r T . umll. -. Smlthshlre, Scappoose, has straw fori om uii mo groumi, aiso ten head or work horses, right In the harness, and two head of coming three-year-old colts: nrlnnn frnm fan ... im. each. as ... L For Sale A Ford roadster. In good condition. Has throe new tires. Enquire of 8.. Heuman at WeBt St. Helens Bakery, Houlton. 33-tf For Sp.le Relgstered Poland China brood sows. J. A. Bacon, War ren, Oregon. 32-tf Pastures Wanted Portlo. , . u .in. Having pastures communicate at once with l.kcbiuck uroaerage Co., 110 Ex change Bldg.. North Portland nr. gon. Phone Woodlawn 2400. Cascara Bark. Omrnn and Fox Glove leaves wanted. Che- uuiiB x-rouuee uo., Aberdeen, Wash 14-tf For a good Job of masonry or plastering, see L. E. Gulker. Phone' evenings. 108F13. ll-3m- For Sale Younv niva tn, . . ro -" o 1 -i mi J. A. Bacon of Warron. 28 tf FIFTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL OREGON STATE FAIR SALEM September 23-28 Splendid exhibits; daily lectures and demonstrations on food productions and conservation; high class amusements; attractions and entertainments; an ex cellent racing card; ideal camping grounds, and the best of accommodations for both exhibitors and visitors- A. H. LEA, Secretary, ' Salem, Oregon.