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ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 6. 1918
I MIST MISTINGS H. Constantln and son, Kaoul, Jr., were Astoria visitors Sunday. C. D. Mo'gan f.nd family spent Labor Day with friends la Portland. Wade Rutherford left Tuesday for Spokane where he will attend high school. H. F. McCormlck was a business Tlsitor in Portland Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. J. II. McKie and little daugh ter are visiting with relatives in Aloha, Oregon. Mrs. J. R. Hobbs received a letter stating that her son had arrived safe ly In France. Miss Lottie Gray of Portland was a week end visitor at the homo of her brother, Von A. Gray. Miss Amy George left Wednes day morning for a visit of several days with friends in Seaside. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Dltio and daughter spend Sunday and Labor Day with friends in Portland. . Miss Marge Hr.lstead of California was a guest this week of her friends. Mrs. S. C. Morton r.nd Miss Olgr. Heil born. County court will adjourn tomor row and Commissioners Harvey and Weed will go to Portland to take in the big tractor show. Mrs. Eugene Blakesly returned on Tuesday evening from Seaside where she was the guest of Mrs. J. H. Wel lington. Miss Melba Robb, sister of Mrs. A. C. Tucker, accompanied by Ser geant Major Layton Smith were Labor Day visitors of Dr. and Mrs. Tucker. Jack Lafferty, who has been work ing in one of the stone quarries near Butte, Montana, returned to St. Hel ens Saturday. , Mrs. Fredrick W. Christie r.nd sons, Harold, Harry and Ralph, were Port land visitors Friday and Saturday of last week. , ' Quito a number of the shipyard v.-orkers went to Portland Labor Day, to take part in the Labor Day pro gram in that city. Roadmaster Abry was in the lower Nohaleni Tuesday and reports that, the road and bridge work is progres sing satisfactorily. Mrs. Thomas C. Watts of Reuben, left Sunday for Fresno, California, where she will visit with her daugh ter for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Dallman and sou Delbert returned to their home In Knappa, Oregon, Wednesday morning of this week. Mrs. J. R. Hobbs and son, after a few days visit in Wheeler, Oregon, the guest of her daughter, returned to St. Helens Monday. Mrs. Nellie Davis, who has been here on n several weeks' visit to her brother, J. E. Ramsey, has returned to her homo in Tacoma. E. I. Ballagh and Joe Medley left Tuesday afternoon for the Nehalem and expect to bring back a generous supply of venison for their friends. Mrs. A. S. Harrison, who has been In Salem for the past several days on account of her sister's serious ill ness, came home Wednesday even ing. Sheriff and Mrs. Stanw-cd spent the week end In the Nehalom valley, the sheriff doing a little deer hunt ing, the success of which he does not speak. ' PREPARE FOR 0 0 0 DAYS They will soon be here. Bring the boys and girls to Taber's and have them outfitted from head to feet. Our line is complete and the prices right. Some of the Articles the Young Folks Need BOYS' SUITS $6.50 to $9.95 BOYS' BLOUSES AND SHIRTS .. 59c to 98c BOYS' HATS, CAPS AND NECKWEAR BOYS' AND GIRLS' UNION SUITS 75c to $2.25 BOYS' AND GIRLS' BUSTER BROWN HOSE , 35c BOYS' AND GIRLS' SCHOOL SHOES $1.87 to $5.50 GIRLS' FANCY HAIR RIBBONS Per yard 15c to 45c DRESS GINGHAMS Just the thing to make the school dress SCHOOL SUPPLIES TABLETS, PENCILS, ETC. Taber's Variety Store H. E. LaBai-e r.nd family spent Labor Day In their old home In Clat skanle. Dr. C. E. Wade left Tuesday after noon for a two weeks vacatlou trip. He will visit his old haunts In the Coos country, Scottsburg, Florence and Gardiner.. Mr. and Mrs. Zeeberg of the Yank-' ton neighborhood, are the proud par ents of a fine 9-pound boy, which ar rived at the Zeeborg home early Sat-, unlay morning. .- - ' ' It. a. Mechun left Tuesday after noon for Vancouver to enter army service. He had an opportunity to volunteer and was not slow to take i.dvant'.ge of it. ' Private Jimmy Mucklo c.imo over from tho Washington army camp '.'here he Is stationed, to spend Lr.bor Day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Mucklo. J. K. Coin and his son, Kll, father end brother of W. L. Coin, arrived Tuesday from tholr former home In Liberty, Nebraska, and will make their homo In St. Helens. Cnptaln and Mrs. E. C. Watts of Portland nnd Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Goorgo of St. Helena, left Sunday morning for a few days outing at Sea side. They returned Wednesday. The Columbia County Hank an nounces that the last lot of Liberty Bonds of the Third Loan have been received and purchasers may call at the bank nnd receive the bonds sub scribed for. Friends of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. E. Dahlman will sympathize with them In the loss of their infant Bon," Albert, Jr., who died recently at the Dahl man home In Kappa, Oregon. The Dahlmans formerly lived in St. Helens. K Dr. Thompson will visit St. Helens again September 21. If having trouble with your eyes or glasses, don't fail to consult him on that date. Best of local references given. Satisfaction guaranteed. Orcadia Hotel, all day Saturday, September 21st. The couucll did not meet Monday Have you written to s soldier or ifallor boy this week? Mro. L. J. Van Orshoven wUI leave tomorrow to spend several days with her husband, who Is sur veying on the logging railroad being built near Clatsop to a big body of spruce. Road Supervisors Kllppln of Kaln jlor and Anllkor of Goble, were here .Wednesday ou county court matters. Head Supervisor James Hill of Mist was also here. Wednesday afternoon Claud W. Ilorst and Maud Van Nortlck, both of Multnomah county, were united j In matrlage by Judgo Morton. The young couple picked out a safe place to make tholr matrimonial start as the ceremony was performed In the! office of the First National bank. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wllklns have received no further Information re lative to the wounding of their son, Justin Wllklns, while In action In Franco. They were Informed of the bare fact that ho was wounded, de i;roo undertorr.ilned, a week ago and i-.re anxious to recelvo furthoi; par ticulars. The St. Helens schools wllloftfii for tiio-fall term, Mondaypteinber 9th, and OieJiidlcnlloiMr'are that tho tnrollmont wilkbe' larger than thut of last year, whlcXmeans the schools will ho- mtich overcrowded. The Mist has not been ablo to ascertain the names of tho corps of teachers or If tho several vacancies which existed, have beeu tilled. i CHURCH NOTICE Methodist Episcopal (liurch The Friendly Church Albert 8. ll'sey, IVstor The services at the church next Sunday will be as follows: Sunday school, 10:00 a. in. Morning worship, M a. ni. Fpworth League, fi:45 p. in. No evening service. Dr. E. ('. Richards, the education- FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN (Continued from page one) are: St. Helens 11. S. Mason. Rainier J. W. McMllan. Clatsknnle Rev. H. F. Gelvln. Marshland T. W. Tandy. Scappoose Mrs. G. W. Watts. Warren A. L. Morris. Doer Island Mra. Jack Applcton. Goble It. S. Kenny. Vernonla J. B. Wllkerson. All. of. these have or will up on account of the Labor day holiday i polnt tl,0r committee of fellow work- r.nd the mayor thought any business before the council could hold over until next Monday, so the city fath ers are taking a whole week from their arduous duties. Edward Sykes has bought a part of the Isaacs place near Houlton and will now mnke his home here. For the past few yoars he Iris been work ins In the stone quarries In Utah. Formerly he worked in St. Helem when block making was In progress. The Loyal Legion of Loggers have secured a room In the Morgus build ing on Columbia street and have fixed It up for their club room. It Ib nicely furnished, hns a pool table ers and each will be responsible for tho work In their localities. Judging from the Interest and en thuiaum manifested, tho Fourth Liberty loan will be put over In short order In Columbia county. DEWEY S. SMITH RE CEIVES IIONOR MEDAL Mrs. S. E. Smith handed the editor of tho Mist the photogravure section of tho Sunday Los Angeles Times, which was sent to her by Rex Miller, a former St. Helens boy now living In Los Angeles. One of the pictures, -.md lots of good periodicals and ; which wus furnished by the coin- papers for tho boys to read while off duty. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vrlskcorn and Miss Bertha Rottman of Portland, were week-end visitors with Judge and Mrs. Hazen. Mr. and Mrs. Haz en accompanied them on a trip over the Columhir. Highway Monday and returned home Wednesd.-.y having had a very enjoyable trip. Chaperoned by Mrs. J. T. Taber, mittee on public Information shows two Red Cross nurses standing be side two wounded soldiers and the story underneath the picture says, "American soldlerB and Red Cross nurscB decorated with Cro:x do Guer re. Privates Dewey S. Smith and George A. Hopkins, Frnnce." That Is nil the story Mr. and Mrs. Smith know, but the position of the sol diers Bhow they have been wounded end the Croix do Guerre Ib In evidence iho f rl 1 n (, ( n if norfv onnnt Qmw1a, nnA i r i.hr., n ia 7. n . on eac" "oIulor'B breast. The plc Lnbor Day nt Seaside, M hs Anua . . , .. F ifr..i, mi. r...-i r. ture ot I)ewey 18 n excellent like- NO RED TAPE TO LIBERTY BONDS A $100 Liberty Bond Is no less than a $100 bill. It is made by the United States Government on the same kind of silk paper used in making a $100 bill. It bears the same guarantee written on a $100 bill except it guarantees in terest and names a definite date on which the face value of it plus accrued interest will be paid on demand. The man, woman or child who buys one Liberty Bond will buy more. A holder of a Liberty Bond realizes it is money and becomes anxious to get more. We Are Ready To Take Your Liberty Bond Subscription TODAY ANY BANK WILL HELP YOU This Advertisement Contributed Through tho Patriotic Co-oiMtration of Columbia County Bank .Kosher, Miss Duraldia Devlne, Miss Neva Geartman, Miss Helen Johnson, Virgil and William Hays, William Burkhead and Tony Mattos. The trip down river was made on the O. It. & N. boat. A brush fire in block 41 on Sum- mer street Wednesday afternoon, doa .troyed a smell building occupied by an Italian and for a short time threatened to destroy several close by buildings. The fire department, tided by volunteer workers were soon on the scene and no further dam?.ge resulted. Chaplain Frank James left Satur day for Camp Pike, Arkansas, to en ter army service. Before Joining the army the chaplain was pastor of the 'Lebanon, Oregon, Mothodlst church He was sent to Louisville, Ky.; for army training, and received his com mission as chaplain with tho rank of ; first lieutenant. Chaplain JameH Is a son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. .Thompson. j Mrs. J. L. Williams has heard from ness. Mr. and Mrs. Smith arc anxiously awaiting gome advlco from the war department. DEER ISLAND Mr. and Mrs. Klrby and family of Portland, spent Labor Day at the S. L. Butler home. Mrs. Elmer Comlel Is In Portland for the week. Mrs. Vlroqua Godfrey and daugh ters, returned to Vancouver, H. C, after spending the summer with re latives and friends. Mrs. Ida Bonser accompanied them as far as Kaluma. Edward McConnoll Is at the Good jSamartlan hospital, recovering from a Bevere operation, which will make li possible for him to enlist. Edward thinks Undo Sam needs him and he wants to be ready. A dancing party was given In the hall Saturday night in honor of Ralph Moehan, who left for Van couver. Washington. Mondnv botlv of her sons this week. Emmott Harold Enellnh lnft iim,i. .... I wrltestrnm New York that he harCmp Lewis to enter In the medical juhl iciuruwirom ins inirii-roTinu-trip across to Faqcefle is on tho transport Wlllamira Tmdln tho en glno room. The last head from Glenn was IJiat he was In Washing ton and Ufey were having drills dully to further fit them for foreign service. He Is in tho quartermaster department. , Dr. L. G. Ross, Mrs. Ross, Master John Ross and Miss Dora Shaffer returned Saturday night from Sea side. The trip was made via auto. The highway was followed on the down trip, but returning the doctor came vl.i Jewell and the Nehalem valey and over the mountain to Clat tknnle. With the excop'lon of a few miles this side of Astoria where con struction work is in progress, the road is excellent, the doctor reports. Eugene Blakesley, who had been spending a fow days In Seaside, re turned with the party. corps. Mrs. English will live In Seattle during his husband's stay at Camp Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Carey, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McDonald left Saturday evening for a trip up the Columbia highway, roturnlng late Sunday night. Report some "big time." Mrs. Mary Keelan Is spending the week with relatives In Portland. A dance will be given in tho Grange hall Saturday night. Music by Merrill, Stanley, Lewis. The Doer Island auxiliary will furnish refresh ments. A good time Is assured. Jake Hammer, Jr., Is home on a furlough from Camp Lewis.' Jake says army life Ib O. K. Chas. Brown Is on the sick list again. Tho drawing on the Guernsey calf will come off Saturday evening, September 7. The calf Ib being raf fled for the benefit of the Red Cross al aecrolnry )f Wi will ,er.. .... u'lt. The Fi.uirii. i rally " UU7 ested In the I,,,,,,, H ' The r..Kt.l,.. V.lH Quick, will , ,,, . ' "' Tho limns iimnting 0( . nt the cltv bail u.m ... hour. Don't miss u, P,,,' If you are not getting satisfactory wear out of your ShoJ try our High Urade Makes. 'EDUCATOR" and "GOLDEN DAYS" for Childd "BUD and SIS" Scuffers. "UTZ and DUNN" Ladies Dress Shoes. "MASTER MADE" Mens Dress Shoes. "A. A. CUTLER" and "NIEHOFF" Work Shoes. A. E. AUSTDS St, Helens, Oregon Gem Theatre FRIDAY "Flame of Chance" with MARGERY WILSON a German Spy Story-It d i nangie i reat. A Uood Comedy as well. SATURDAY "The Tenderfoot" with WILLIAM DUNCAN and CAROL IIOLLAWAVl Some Western Play. Episode 3 of "Vengence and thi woman and a Drew Comedy. SUNDAY "Blindfolded" with BESSIE BARRISCALE A Paralta Play and good one. MONDAY "Mollv. Go Get 'Em" with MARGERTIA FISHER A Special Attraction! TUESDAY Douglas Fairbanks m "MANHATTAN MADNESS" and a Good Comedy WEDNESDAY "The Gun Woman" with TEXAS GUIANA and a Comedy on the same I THURSDAY ' "Playthings" a BLUEBIRD Attraction and a "Weekly" PLAYS THAT START RIGHT CONTINUE RlGHT -KNU RIGHT Watch for Metro's "TO HELL WITH THE KAISER" T.'d - c ' i a a opcciai.