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ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1918
fVWWTVWWTl i lug, any one desiring to do work at . T CORRESPONDENCE V can u' ma COLUMBIA CITY Miss Alice Baker of Seattle is spend ing the week with her friend. Miss Florence Peterson. School began September 30th with Miss McClay as teacher. The district decided to build a new school op posite the postoffice, but the build ing has been held up by the Council of Defense. The present school being so crowded the board has decided to build a temporary addition to the old school house. The Columbia City Social club has postponed the Thursday night dance to Saturday night, on account of the shortage of electric power during the week. Felix Sommarstrom is spending the week in Portland on business. j Mrs. Frisendahl, Miss Baker, Mrs. , Sholander and Miss Peterson spent i Wednesday in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Dahl, who have been Congregational Church Sunday School, 10:15; morlng worship, 11:15; evening service, 7:30. i We received word of the death of Mrs. Geo. Welst'a father, Ulllle Welst, who died very suddenly at her home iu Alberta .Canada, September 17th. They are very well known around here. ine scappoose Lumber company are building a guro.go directly back of the depot, for their lumber trucks. Edwin ltawder will speak In the Congregational church Sunday morning. School Not On account of a brd cold Floyd Mo Kay was absent from school Monday, October 7th. ' Miss Alexander, having resigned her position ns eighth grade teacher, has accepted a position at Rainier as seventh and eighth grade instructor in music, are and arithmetic. Miss Bennett from the university of Ore gon lies taken her place. Fire drills were held In the school In the hotel business in St. Helens i October 3, being the first this year, for the past ten years, have taken Olga Johnson, having been falsely over the company hotel. .reported as having Spanlnsh Influ- Mr. Swift, the new barber, and his'6"1' lla! returned to school perfect family, arived last week and will stay I lv 'e"- at the Annex until able to secure Mrs- Cooke was absent from the a cottage. French class Monday. A baby boy brightened the home of Mr8' Hatfield's room now registers : . .1 n v .ill ... i.i . I. . .. .. . n. u,.o auu tilings Biail I'll Mr. and Mrs. Bosworth Saturday, October 6th. Daddy Boseworth says he will have him working in the ship yards next week. Bernard Sanderson was called in the draft and left Tuesday, for his home in Eureka, California. Last Saturday evening our soldier boys were very pleasantly entertained at the Vester home. . Last week, much to our amazement the river rose several inches. On in vestigation we found that Edward E. Coad had accidentally fallen into it. When he touched bottom he was still holding fast his glasses and pipe, which almost suffocated him. Mrs. Manin went to Portland on Monday. , , Mrs. Fred Jurgewitz entertained j the soldier boys last week. The'com muQity has taken great interest in ! the soldiers stationed here. So far I they have been entertained by Coads, Gushies', Vester's, Hess" and Atche-j son s. Miss Florence Peterson entertained for Miss Baker Tuesday evening. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fresendahl, Mr. and Mrs. Sholander and Ward Hallln. very promising for a good yoars' work. We're glad to welcome Ellen Shel ter back to the sixth grade. Le Vern Brown has found profit able employment on the iHland and l out of school for the present. Alner Johnson is reported as being in the hospital. The first grade is advancing rapid ly In number work. They write and count to fifty. The children take three words in reading. They make them with little letter cards, write them on the board and find them on the chart. ; chant Marine nnd will Bpend the time until assigned to fluty on the Oregon Berkshire Ranch. C. R. Miller predicts as follows: "We have Bulgaria now. We will have Turkey for Thanksgiving and Ostrich (Austria) for Christinas." Much complaint is heard of the hunters who visit this section. They will walk ulong the railway and shoot from there; also on the public road. They may not bo aware that this is contrary to law, but they should he warned. ' William Eujs'.rom, who Is in the service at the Benson Polytechnic at Portland, visited friends here Sun day. The W. 0. W. win clve a grand social ball In the hull here, on Sutur duy evening, Octcber 19th. Those Elmer Dodson and family have moved to towu from Tide Creek. Miss Stimer of Jeffersou. spent few hours with her sister, Mrs. Elmer Council, Saturday, while on her wuy to Camp Lowls, where slio will re port for duty as a nurse, A surprise party was given Mrs Hlytlio Carey on Thursday evening, October 26, In honor of her birth day. The evening was spent In games. etc. Refreshment of grape Juice, Ice crunm and cake were servod. The birthday cuke wuo presented by Mrs. Mlnou Murphy and Mm. Frn:ik Mc Donald. The party dispersed at mid night, wishing Mrs. Carey many returns of the day. 'The dance given by the Deer Is land auxiliary for the benefit of the American Ited Cross, netted $115 events are becoming very popular and We thank you for your patronage. are looked forward to In the social events with interest. Horeafter the Home .Guards will be treated to coffee nnd cake after every weekly drill ou Monday night. A minstrel show is in ombroyo un der the supervision of the Home Guard, to be given botween now and the holidays. Action was tuken and talent will be selected at a meeting to Mlnon Murphy and family, who have lived hero for the past two years left on Saturday for Yucolt, Wash., where they will make their home. They will bo greatly missed In the social affairs of this city. Mrs. Harry Kyle Is entertaining re latives this week. The regular meeting of the Wo men's chili wits held on Wednesday be held Friday night, dipt,' lIoytut the home of Mrs. Adams will have charge of the musical pro- Mrs. Minnie Hollls Is visiting her gram and Intensive rehearsals will be slster, Mrs. Tom Clark. held from now until the event takes place. The departure of Lieutenant F. A. Beeler to enter the service of Uncle A Halloween mr.so,uerule and cos tume dance wjll bo given by the Peer Island auxiliary on Nov. 2nd. Re freshments will he served In keeping Sam leaves a vacancy In that office in I w, the occasion. Don't forget the WARREN A number of the Warren ladies are preparing to form a community club. The objects are for social en tertainment, consisting of dancing and social card games such as whist and "500." A meeting is scheduled for the near future. Farm work is nearly over. A few silos are yet to he filled, but 4-.11 other work is done. Fall ploughing and seeding has begun and the rains re a source cf gratification to the farm er. The crops for the most part were light and below the expectation, Floyd Grewell has gone from Sil-; "ea" DelnK somewhat of n disap SCAPPOOSE verton to Kerry, working in a camp there. Mrs. Charles Wlkstrom was elect ed the new treasurer of the Red Cross at the meeting last week. pointment. Now that harvesting is over end the county fair a thing of yesterday, politicals beginning to take on some activity. Candidate for ccunty judge, Mr. and Mrs. Whitney and child- Vv - J- Fullerton is looking around his ren of Portland spent Sunday with j Political fences and George B. Con Mrs. Whitney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cooper. Mrs. Roy Price was in Scappoose Sunday. Mr. Johnson, who lives on the San don place came home Friday with his foot smashed. yors is driving a stake occasionally to strengthen the wires. Martin White is quietly buttonholing the voters and the next week or 10 days promis es a lively skirmish. Victor H. Dougherty, a nephew-ln-law of W. J. and Robert Fullerton, Mrs. Victor Johnson is much Im-j with Mrs. Dougherty, Is visiting here, proved In health, but is still taking j They are formerly from Virginia, but treatment in Portland. ; opent the summer In Montana where Tom Roy of St. Helens went to the! Mr. Dougherty was employed in gov hospital last week. ernment work. The Red Croso will meet every, Albert Hunt of Burlington, Iowa Tuesday morning, 10 o'clock. Those is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. M Hys who can come bring a sandwich. They ' kell. Mr. Hunt came to Portland are busy now with the Belgian sew-1 last week and enlisted In the Mer- GET READY FOR THE 00?n ra Ann I7 Make Your House Cozy and Comfortable by Install ling a NICE HEATER Universal Heaters Also We have them in several sizes. . Air Tight Heaters. Prices from $3.00 to $30. Oil Stoves and Heaters. .BUY YOUR HEATER FROM US 23X.d DIfTO Telephone No. 97 St. Helens, Oregon the Home Guurds. An election is cut led for Monday night to fill the posi tion. Appropriate resolutions wore drawn up and forwarded to the ab sent officer, who was always present and took a very keen Interest in the work here. Arthur E. Lund Is again behind the counter at O. A. Erlckson's, after an absence of our mouths in Seattle. His many friends welcome his return. Much satisfaction Is heard expres sed on all sides at the success finan cially as well as otherwise of the county fuir. The last two years there has been no deficit, but a nice surplus and the farmers feel well pleased with the result. Chaplain Knoll of Vancouver bar racks, will conduct the Sunday ser vices in the Lutheran church. His ad dress at both morning and evening services will be in English and every resident of Warren is Invited to attend. date of the spooky dance. The famous Torry Jazz orchestra will furnish the m uslc. LODGES Tli I.otI Order of Moose. St. 11 el eus Lodge No. 1238. Meet! the first and third Tuesday of each month. All visitor! cordially Invited. 11. K. COO I 'Kit. Dictator. W. W. BLAKESLEY, Bee. Mlxpah Chapter O. R. 8. meet In Masonic Hall the socond and fourth Saturdays of each mouth. MRS. MARY E. CHRISTIE. W. M. JOHN PHILIP, 8cy. Tllllcum Trlha No. 62. Improved O. It, M., of Yankton, Ore., meets at Its wigwam, second and fourth Sat urday of each month. ( W. O. 1IRANNON. C. of n. E. L. HYDE, Suchein. St. Helens Rehekah I.odK. No. 217, meet second and fourth Thurs day of each month In I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting member alway welcome. FLORENCE 8NELLLNQ, N. 0. MRS. ELLA ALLEN, Soc'y. St. Helen lodga No 117, I. O. O. F. meet In the I O. O. F. building, on the second and fourth Saturday of each month, visiting member are al way glveu a hearty welcome. FRED W. CHRISTIE, Noble Grand. C. W. BLAKESLEY, Beo. Avon Lodge No. (2 Knight of Pythias meet every Tuesday even ing In Castle Hall, St. Heleu. VI Itltir KnlKhtl always wnlrnlnn EUGENE E. BLAKESLEY, C. C. EDISON I. WALLAGH, K. of It. ft S. PROFESSIONAL cfi ., U ROSS -oral "'irector i . Uuslno Phone 21 u.:?1 .DR. C. E. VVADP 1uu ti """" BUH.u.J S. B UOSKIN Office lu i)UQk n ... Bt. Hebni, umit DR. L. GILBERTS DR. ALFRED I TfpT I1.J-l.-ta. ana BL3 a. i,.,M0U, ""'Wuil DR. S I II. RUSSELL MIIH. ItUWKIA, Uduv Mu. Moorlleld Cabinet Btmt ' GLEN R. METSKER Attorney Offlc In Bank Dulldin. 1 "ona 17 at.jW.J YANKTON G. L. Tarbell & Son. who haw the contract on the Kappler road, are (Additional Correspondence puge 6) flmiiihorlaili's Cough Remiily the Most Reliable After many years' experience In the use of It and other cough med icines, there uro many who prefer Chumherluin's to any other. Mrs. A. C. Klrsteln, Greenville, Ills., writes, "Chumherluin's Cough Rem edy has been used In my mother's homo und in I no for yeurs. nnd we always found It u quick euro tor' colds' und bronchial troubles. Wej find It to bo the most reliable' cough medicine wo have used." j XOTICK TO OCR (TNTOMKKS I Notice is hereby glvun that on and after October 1st, the price of milk i will be Increased one cent per pint, making the price 8 cents per pint , and 14 cents per quart per month. 1 SI'. HELENS DAIRY. A St. Helen Lodge No. St. jfy A. F & A. M. meet lit and 3rd Saturday in each month. VlsUlng brothers cordially A. L. 8TONE, W.M. E. E. QUICK, Bocretary. St. Helen Camn No. 10.989 Mod. ern Woodmen of America, meets the first Wednesday of each month In tho I. O. O. F. hall. H. A. COLT. V. C. II. E. LA DARE. Clerk. T 5 Vlllffr. Lndertaker and Funeral UmJ f'liiinla J vurtincr PhoM 64 HeildenetphmiiJ GEO. H. SHINN Attorney at U St. Helen, Oregon J. W. DAY Attorney at U Bank Bldg. at. Heleu, FRED W. HERMAN Attorney at Law lalnler. MARSHAL'S SALE OK STRAY CATTLK Notice Is hereby given that on Mon- maklng good progress with their day, October 14th, 1918 at one o'-1 work and are doing r.n excellent Job. They are now getting ready to re build the bridge across Cox creek. It is understood that the county court will gravel the road as soon as the work is completed. County Judge Morton, Roadmastor Abry and Supervisor Uthor Clark, were here Wednesday, inspecting the road work being done In this vicinity. The Yankton grange held Its regu lar meeting last Saturday night. The most important question before the grange is the securing of dairy foed, and with the government officials taking the stand they do, it Is a great problem to know what fo do with the stock. j The Yankton school now has 75 scnoiars and the principal of the school Informs us that good work Is being accomplished. Yankton prides Itself In its school and each resident here takes an interest in the school. William Brannon has rented his place and sold his stock and moved his family to the Milton Creek Log ging company's plant, where he Is employed. Four new silos have been built In this neighborhood during the past several months. Mr, ciock ut iJuvls- Uvory burn. I will sell to the highest bidder one roun or brlndlo cow, mime having been tuken up and Impounded by nio ac cording to city ordinance, and sale of cow being to sutlsry churges for Impounding, etc. GEORGE POTTER, City Marshal. Or' CALL ON L. U. RUTHERFORD If you need FIRE INSURANCE, LIFE and ACCIDENT INSURANCE, BONDS. LOANS and REAL ESTATE. If You Want to Sell List Your Land With Me for Quick Results I represent twenty-three Standard Fire Insurance Compan ies, including Phoenix Assurance of London Agency, formerly held by the late Wm. M. Ross and Harold P. Rom 300 Close-in Lots at Low Prices and Easy Terms Rutherford Realty Co. ST. HELENS, OREGON MIST WANT COLUMN In order to settle an estate I offer for sale S2G00 stock In St. Helens Lumber Company. w. J. Muckle, Executor. 43-46 For Sale One Model 75 Overturn! j automobile, in good condition. Au-1 tomobilou nre going up and will soon ! be unobtainable. If you need a can see W. J. Mucklo, Si. Helens, Oro- Bon- 43-46, Good Hay for sale. Warren, Oregon. Will Bacon, 40-43 For Sale Scarpcose hotel and restaurnnt equipment and good will Cheap for cash. Possession at once Mrs. Lynch. ,43 For Salo Unled straw, Red Rus sian wheat, Bluestem wheat nnd Gray Winter oats. C. J. Larsen, War ren, Oregon. 4 2-tf The Government Says Save This applies to your house as well as any other prpperty or article. You can save and conserve by having Your House Painted We do first class interior or Outside painting and finishing work. Also decorating. Estimates gladly furnished. J. A. LARGE PAINTER St. Helens. Ore. DECORATOR Lost or Strayed From Markkanen Is! . v",..'. r. ro n PlnV mi m nintin o i,i . -u - ....... . ". . ""V""'. uar" Jersey cow ,,, oiiu mnui in uuiii or wnue star in rorelin.-iil ,ii,,,i concrete. It Is the first one of its kind I Beward for any Information concorn- in the Yankton neighborhood. The corn crop this year was exceptionally good, considering the dry weather, and corn cutting Is now the big work of the farmers. Politics are not causing much ex citement here as the farmers have been too busy with their farm prob lems. At election, however, the peo ple will pick the best man and vote for him. Mrs. Andrew Kraft of Portland Is visiting relatives in the Yankton neighborhood. Mr. Saulser is preparing to rent his farm and move to St. Helens. Mrs. Earl Porter baa been here on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Tarbell. Little Miss Edith Thom.iB is a patient in the St. Vincent hospital in Portland undergoing treatment. Jarvls Davla ha rented the Dr. Ed win Ross farm ing her. Oregon. W. V. McAboy, Yankton, 42-43 Wanted Three tons clover buy, ... ui uuuvereii, suite price. Will vuren, urcgon. 41-43 For Sale One 900-pound Simplex Cream Separator. Chris Mathleson. nuicuit, vrugun. 40-43 M.i caning decoys. Chris "lauiieuun, 01. nolens. 41-43 ror sale White Leghorn cock- inn country s ramous egg pro ducers. 3 to B. E. E. Wilson? 36-tf For Hlllll Prunb I ai., Smlthshlre, Scappoose, has straw for sale on the ground, also ten head or o h 4 r,8"t m the harness, and two head of mminu. .i,. ' old colts; price from 60 to $100 . 36-tf DEER ISLAND Ray GattienB wag home from '(.'amp .Lewis Suturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. English motor ied to Portland Sunday. Elmer Loyd cf Bremerton end Randolph Anderson were visiting home fclks lust week. Mr. Anderson, of the spruce division Is at work In the woods near the Canadian line. Jacob Hammer and Jack Dodson of ni s'le RelKstered Poland China brood bow. J. A. Bacon, War ren, Oregon. 32-tf Pasture Wanted. Parties having posture communicate at once with Livestock Brokerage Co., 110 Ex change Bldg., North Portland, Ore gon. Phone Woodlawn 240,0. ?aCttni,.Dark' 0reKon Orape Root and Fox Glove leaves wanted Che hall Produce Co., Aberdeen, Wash . 14-tf For a Eood tnh ! ll-3m- evenings, 106F13. For Sale YnnniT nun . . . Larsen & Company GROCERIES THAT SATISFY We are Here to Fill Your Orders. Give Us a Trial SERVICE THAT PLEASES Larsen & Company St. Helens' Leading Grocers -vio n?io liUJIJO rvuBiiuy, I J. A. Bacon of Warren. ?8 tf 1 .