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ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1918
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Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Ross were Tort
land visitors Tuesday.
Charles MoCnuley was a business
visitor to Portland Monday and Tues
day. Misses Eugenia Deniing and Mar
guerite Rankin were Portland visitors
Wednesday. ,
The Mist has secured a corres
pondent at Columbia City and from
now on will have an interesting news
letter from that lively little place
each week.
Oswald Deniing came down from
Camp Lewis to spend the woek end
with the home folks here.
Rev. A..R. Spearow of the Congre
gational church attended a church
conference In Portlund this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ueorge were in
Portland Wednesday to attend the
funeral of Mrs. James Muckle's moth
er. Mrs. P. W. Fletcher and daugh
ter Gladys, accompanied by Mrs. Pay
Zumwalt, of Portland, wore Sunday
guests of Mr. f.nd Mrs. J. A. Large.
Mrs. Fred Trow of Rainier was
here Wednesday a guest of her sis
ter, Mrs. A. P. Harnett.
Underwear for Everybody
We have just received a large shipment Knowing
the prices would advance we ordered our stock months
ago, and are in position to save you money on your needs.
Munsing's Perfect-Fitting
Underwear
In both Wool and Cotton. Better prepare now for the
cold winter days that are coming.
Ladies' Union Suits, $1.75 to $4.00
Girls' " " 1.25 to 2.85
Mens' " " 2.25 to 5.00
Taber's Variety Store
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
Dr. Welch, one of the loading phy
sicians of Rainier, was here Thurs
day on professional business.
Carleton Lewis, who recently re
turned from his old home In Maine,
is quite sick at his liome near War
ren. A. E. Austin is spending the woek
in Woodburn and during his absence
Harley Turner haso harge of tho
store.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Popplmaler, ac
companied by Mrs. J. T. Ta"bor, Bpent
two days over In the Nehnlom coun
try this week.
Mrs. J. H. Wellington, who has
been here on a visit to relatives, left
Wednesday for Portland, where she
will spend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Carnahr.n of
Pueblo, Colorado, are here as the
guests of their son, C. D. Morgan and
family, making the trip via auto.
For Sale House and lot in St.
Helens, 11200; $200 down; balance
J 20 per month. Inquire of Columbia
County Abstract Company.
A. D. Lake was in Portland Thurs
day Light. He said all the picture
shows and theatres were closed Unlit
on account of Mayor linker's order.
C. M. Brookings and wife of Olym
pia, Washington, were recent visitors
at the home of T. S. White. Mr.
, Urooking is a nephew of Mr. White
and had not seen his uncle in several
yeurs.
For Rent A 37-r.cre farm on
Bachelor Flat, 27 acres In cultivation,
10 acres in pasture, house and barn
on place. Eight tons of hay in barn,
7 acres potatoes. Farm close to good
school. Dave Coons, Woodland,
Washington. 43-44
George B. Conyers of Clatskanio, is
, here renewing acquaintances and
calling on the voters. He is candidate
for county Judge p.nd is much pleaued
with the cordial reception tendered
, him.
i Mrs. A. A. Heist and baby are here
' as guests at the home of her father,
The sorvlre In the Episcopal church
noxt Sunday evening will begin
7:30.
(VId weather clothing and under
wear at Prod Murgus" store.
Pon't get wet a:id catch cold. Come
to our store and get outfitted with oil
clothing and warm winter underwear.
Fred Morgus.
Tlio rainy seusou Is hero. Do you
need un oil coat, slicker, rubber hat
or rainproof clothing? Fred Morgus
can supply you. '
Phil Holden, secretary of the La
borers and Riggers 1'nlon, expects to
leave tomorrow for Kugone to attend
tho state federation of labor meet
ing. Mrs. Frank Newbold has received
a postal curd from Prlvatrt Everett
(Smoky) llaum announcing his
arrival "overseas." Before diluting;
in his country's service. Private llaum
whs employed at the St. TIelens Ship
building company's yard.
Private 11. W. Perkins of the spruce,
department, lT. S. army. Is hero for
a few days visit with Mrs. Perkins.!
benny Is stationed near Clatsop and.
is helping to build a railroad to the
big body of spruce near Clatsop, lift
In transltmnn. '
Hev. Spearow, M-s. W. II. Dlllard
and Mrs. Thus. Isblster went to Cor-j
vallls Tuesday to attend the Congre-;
gatlonnl conference, but on arriving
1st thut city, found it quarantined, so
' they came hark to St. Helens and the!
conference will he hold at a later
date. !
At the Methodist par.vinage Satur
day afternoon, Miss Cioldln llatlan'
was united In marriage to Mr. Kd-i
ward Nordln, Rev. Hlsey officiating !
Mr. Richard Netf was best man and '
Mrs. Neff was bridesmaid. After thej
ceromony, a wedding dinner was ten-(
dured the newly married couple at i
the Home ot Airs. . k. uyncn. Air.
Nordln, at the present time is work-1
lug on one of the government ves-;
sels In Portlund and the huppy young
have military training before Induc
tion Into service. Use will he made of
the home guard In this Instruction.
In practically every cr.wi where
man h:'.s gone Into the service after
having trained In the guard ha has
been nmdo a uou-coinmlHsionnd of
ficer. Every hour saved In the train
ing of "i" men I n op tu speeding
our rrmy to -riu!co.
(let behind your local . convp.-ny.
Help make it t'ro success It deserves.
The next stale legislature will au
thorize tlio Oregon Voluruoer Guard
and give It equipment,
TONIGHT FRIDAY
Vivian Martin in
"A PETTICOAT PILOT"
and a 2-Reel
"FATTY" ARBUCKLE
COMEDY -
"OUR COUNTRY HERO"
LI BEET T
T HEATR E :
SATURDAY
JACK PICKF0RD
IN
"Huck
and
Tom"
Also a COMEDY
WEDNESDAY '
Sessue Hayawaka
The Great Japanese
Actor
IN
"The Call
of the
East"
AND A
Bray Piclograph
SUNDAY and MONDAY
THE EVER FAVORITE
Douglas Fairbanks
IN
"HEADIN' SOUTH"
AND A BRAY PICTOGRAPH
TUESDAY
WALLACE REED
IN
"Nan of
Music
Mountain"
Also a 2-Reel
MAX SENNETT
COMEDY
'The Kitchen Lady'
THURSDAY
JULIAN ELTINGE
IN
"The
Widow's
Might"
and Second Story of the
"Son ol Democracy"
ENTITLED
"CALL TO ARMS"
John Philip. Mrs. Heist will go to couplo left Suturday afternoon ftfr
Astoria next week, her husband hav- that city. letter they will returu to
lng been assigned to the pastorate of ; St. Helens and make their homo here.
the Methodist church In that city.
For Sale Brood sows, wennllug
pigs, either sex; 1 heifer; 1 calf; bal
ed straw; seed wheat, oats, barley,
rye, buckwheat, artichokes; 1 Stude
baker automobile. Oregon Ilerkshlre
Co., Warren.
Frank Wllklns has moved his stock
of doors, windows, paints, etc., from
the Sheldon dock to the store former
ly occupied by A. J. Demlng. He will
contlnua to use the dock as his feed
and hay warehouses.
Mrs. J. K. Hobbs and son. Master
Richard and Miss Gladys Hobbs, re
turned Tuesday from a pleasant visit
with W'lllard Marsh at Wheeler, Oregon.
i Mrs. J. T. Schofleld gave a lunch
i eon at her home Thursday, October
3rd, in honor of 11 babies and their
mothers. . Each baby and mother re
ceived a souvenir of the occasion
and a picture was taken of the group.
Every one present enjoyed the after
noon and the fine luncheon.
Mrs. James Dart returned Wednes
day from Portland and reports that
Judge Dart Is getting along nicely.
He is able to walk around just a lit
tle and spends considerable time in a
wheel chair. It will be several weeks,
however, before the Judge is able to
return home.
Alex Philips has returned to St.
Helens after a pleasant visit to his
friend, J. E. Carver, who has a cran
berry bog near Ilwaco, Washington.
Mr. Philips says that Carver will har
vest a very good crop and will return
to St. Helens to resume his duties at
the mill as soon as he has everything
slilpsliape around the "ranch."
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dopplmaler ar
rived in St. Helens Tuesdr.y, return
ing from a month's trip In California,
which they made via auto. Mr. Dop
plmaler says tho Pacific highway In
southern Orogon was getting In a
QUIET MEETING
OF CITY COUNCIL
Nothing happened Monday night to
disturb tho serenity of the mayor or
the couuclltnen mi l tho proceedings
wrd harmonium,. Tlie following bills
wcrs allowed :
William Noel, labor and supplies,
J13.20; Geo. Potter, salary. $100.00;
W. W. lllukesley, salary, $00.00; E.
E. Quick, salary, $45.00; Library
Committee, $25.00; J. W. Day. $20;
T. F. Robertson, $10.00; A. L. Stone,
$8.00; V. E. Mdyard, flags, $39.50;
Pacific Telephone Co., $3.20; St.
Helens Merchantile Co., $2. SO; I.ou
Puzcy, $1.00; St. Helens Lumber Co.,
$7.20; Wm. Davlea, $7.25; J. Mc
Donald, $2.50;' E. (J. Ditto, $1.50;
Rutherford Realty Co., $45.00.
The report, of the dock committee
will bo hunded in Monday night to
gether with a plan of tho first unit
of tho dock. It Is understood that
plaus r.re now being prepared and
that the cost of the first unit of the
dock will not exceed the nmount
voted.
COUNTY HAS BATTALION
HOME GUARDS ACTIVE
. (Uy D. C. Howard)
There are now four companies of
the Oregon Volunteer Uuurd in Col
umbia county. With fully organized
companies at Warron, Yankton, St.
Helens and Rainier, together with a
complete battalion staff, the guard
Is In a position to rendor valuable
usslstunce in the protection of the
homes and property of the county,
providing of course, If the local peo
ple glvo tho organization the sup
port u deserves.
The organization has units In prac
tically every county In the hi
very bad condition, and he doubts If far the men In most counties have
that portion of It which goes through uniformed and equipped themsulves
Cow Creek canyon will be passable : In a few counties, lu.wevur. the cou'n
thlu winter. ty C0UrU lmve purc.a(ieU UIllfornm
George Dommeyer received a let-'and rifles for the companies
ter from the commanding officer atl In Columbia county 'he men have
Fort Sam Houston, Texas, stating ! gone to the expense of purchasing
that his brother, Walter Dommeyer ' their own uniforms and ,., hiiv
was seriously III with Spanish Influ
enza. No further advice has been re
ceived, so It Is probable that the
young soldier is getting along all
right. Walter has been In the army
six months and was soon to be sent
overseas.
Dr Thompson has had wldo
Xsy ePerlenco ana oeen very sue
cesstul in
uBiuuuK a ioi ot nrier-work cliue to
the drill. Aside from tho individual
benefits derived from the work tho
organization deserves the Bupport and
membership of evory patriotic r.blo
bodied citizen. A man's loyalty Is not
rated these day:i by what he says, but
by what he does and by what ho holds
himself iu willinen esH in tin ULuro
fitting school the guard is orennim.i it
children's cases If your child's eyea .hip nlmo8t without MceptI
are defective, don't let It handicap
It another' winter In school; bring It
In and have its eyes given a thorough
examination. A little attention now,
while needed, may savo it from wear
ing glasses permanently. Orcadla
hotel, Friday, October 18. .
Mrs. Frank Wilkins received a
wlro from E. I. Uallugh stating that
Mtb. liallagh and two children were
quite 111 at a hotel in St. Paul and
were under a physician's care. Mr.
Ballagh had gone on to Iowa with
the body of his brother Trent, and
had returned to St. Paul to be with
his family. As soon as possible, he
will take them to his old home In
tains the names of the most loyal
public spirited citizens In the com
munity. . Tho men take aih under the
sheriff to Bupport the national, state
and county governments aud subject
themselves to call of tho sheriff for
duty in caso of need any placo In the
county. Tho men are drilled accord
ing to the U. 8. Infantry drill regu
lations and an effort Is made to give
the mon sufficient training so that
they will be familiar with the Infantry '
organization ana prepared In cn.-se of
cr.ll for organized action.
There are now over 7000 guards
men li the state and over 200 in Col-
Tho Mist Is still $1 50 por year.
WHITE IS APPOINtpT
ON THE LOCAL Bru,
iat P-'lltlcshadany,!,,"'0.
eminent and w.Mm.Ii,,"'' A
bo mixed with local nliH
Tho board as now Con.tli,,.
H. V.. Htanwood. c.ia.rnJu
Itoss and Mm tin v , ,r M
-nd they .re busy pu.H
hundreds of " N
sent In by men of u J
Iowa and when they are sufffclently Lmbiu count. A nlnn iu i.i,.
recovered, they will return to Oregon.' imed requiring draft regls'.rants to"
When you think of buying
Fall and Winter Underwear
THINK OF
We Have Complete and Unbroken Lines i
in
Cooper's
Klosed-Krotch Uuionsuits
Medlicott Brand
of Scotch Woolens in separate garments. Also all kinds o(
Cotton Stats m light, medium and heavy weight.
This stock was bought early and in large quantities, con
sequently we are able to price it right. .
Come In and See
GEM THEATRE
Hllll.W, (KT, II
10-REEL, PROCiP.AM
Belle Bennett
IN
"A Soul in Trust"
"A FIGHT FOR MILLIONS"
and n Comody
HATl ltD.W, MT. 12
8-REKIj PROGRAM
ALICE JOYCE
IN
"The Alabaster Box"
"VENGEANCE AND THE
WOMAN"
and a Comedy
HINOAV, OCT. IS
Mabel Normand
IN
"The Venus Model"
A Uoldwy.i Picture A s.ory
of a girl who found a fortune
In a bathing suit.
MONH.W, (KT. II
Edna Goodrich
IN- -
"Who Loved Him Best"
A Drama Within a Dram
Next Monday wo bogln '!
Select Pictures
TI KHDAV, tHT. I(V
William S. Hart
IN
"The Patriot"
Next TuoEduy we start M
Metro Screen Clnselcl
WKOXKHD.W, OtT. 10
"An Heiress for a Day"
WITH
Olive Thomas
A Trlanglo B-roel Feature
n Comedy
, THl'IWDAV, OCT. 17
Ruth Clifford
IN i
"FIRES OF YOUTH" -
A Blue lilrd Photo IW nd
Current Events
The Best is None Tqo Good at
THE GEM

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