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ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 6, 1918
CORRESPONDENCE
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WARREN
.The first meeting of the grange
since the epidoir.lc cf tho "flu" will
be held on Saturday evening, Dec
ember 14th. It is expected an im
portant session will be held and an
urgent request is extended to all
members to be present.
R. A. Morse, formerly of Warren,
but now of Portland, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Morris. Mr.
Morse is having quite extensive im
provement mude on his ranch here.
The Lutheran church members
have resumed their church services
since the ban on meetings of all
kinds has been lifted.
The young people of the Lutheran
church held a very interesting and
Instructive meeting last Friday
night.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hyskell re
ceived a very Interesting letter from
Sergeant F. D. McNaughton, of the
Hospital Corps in France. Mac .is
well known here.
Arthur E. Lund, accompanied by
Miss Fannie Cooper, motored to
Portland Sunday. Miss Cooper will
return to her studies at the Mon
mouth normal school this week.
Rumor has it that Arthur would
like to take a course at the same
school. We all know.
Miss Lucy Boesel is spending -a
few weeks on Sauvies Island with
friends.
Miss Marguerite Miller spent Sun
day at St. Helens with her friend,
Miss Inez Grewell.
William Hammerbeck la around
again after having a tussle with the
'popular epidemic. He was confined
to his room for over three weeks.
He looks fine In his VanDyke beard.
Almost as prepossessing as Lieuten
ant Frank Beeler.
To while away the long winter
evenings c 600 club is to be organ
ized from among Warren's social
set. A meeting is called for the
near future to complete organiza
tion. Mrs. Carleton Lewis left Saturday
for Gardiner, Maine, taking with her
the body of Carleton Lewis, who
died about two months ago. His
mother, sister and brother live at
Gardiner.
The telephone situation will bo
tcken up at the next meeting of the
Grange and action takes by the
farmers as to what they will do.
Mrs. Gust Isaacson spent l.-.s:
week with friends in Portland. Dur
ing her visit she took a trip over the
Columbia River highway and had
rn enjoyable time generally.
Joseph Erlckson, Jr., who Is run
ning the donkey engine at the Sher
man Mill, cannot get over the sum
mer custom of bathing and now uses
the log dam instead of the Columbia
river. He reports the water quite
cool.
H. O. Morris wanted to te3t the
depth of the water at Green's land
ing on Monday evening. He walk
ed Into it, but by the aid of 20 meh
which Tommy car-les, he was pul
led ashore. He reports carp plenti
ful. The officers of the home nuaro
were called to St. Helena by Major
Howard Tuesday evening for consultation.
Christmas
Goods
YES We have lots of them and more are ar
riving daily. We have suitable Gifts for father,
mother, sister and brother and they are all of
the useful, essential kind.
Come to Our Store
And make your selection. Don't wait for the
eleventh hour rush, shop early and get the pick
of the best.
Fred Morbus
THE HOME OF GOOD GOODS
You Save Money
On Everything You Buy at Our Store
If you will give us an opportunity to prove this.
WE CAN DO IT
Seasonable
Groceries
We have a store full to overflowing of season
able GROCERIES, and our Fruits and Veg
etables are fresh.
If you want to save money you will trade here
ROY & FREDERICKSEN
PHONE 42
7
AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES
We have a full line. This winter you will
use your auto and will need accessories
which make your car more comfortable anrt
safe. WE HAVE
Spotlights (best made) $7.50
Nice Auto Robes . . . $4.50 to $20
Flashlights, Batteries,. Chains,
Jacks and numerous other items . . 4
which you need
OUR STOCK OF TIRES
Is the largest carried by any concern in the
county. Tires and Tubes of all makes and
sizes. - .
If you have trouble on the road,
phone us, and our trouble car is at
your disposal.
.
Independent Auto Co.
St. Helens, Oregon
School opened Monday but the at-!
tendance was light. j
Peter Morracci is shipping a car
load of Christinas trees to Ccllfor-niu.
SCAPPOOSE
Mrs. Getchell spent the Thanksgiv
ing holidays in Portland.
Gypsle Johnston was the guest of
Marjorle Holloday over Sunday. I
Mr. Whitney and family of Port
land spent Thanksgiving with Mrs.
Whitney's parents, Mr. and Mrs
Cooper.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wlkstrom
are enjoying a new Victrola.
The Influenza ban is on again.
Over 60 cases reported, but all seem
to be In light form.
Mrs. Heed spent Saturday and
Sunday with Mrs. Getchell.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Duvenlk of
Spltzenberg, have a new little daugh
ter. Victor Watts and his cousin George
Wariness spent Thanksgiving with
Victor's mother, Mrs. M. J. Watts.
Victor leaves some time this week
lor Honolulu. He sails on the Uonl
fay, this being his first trip out.
Mrs. P. H. Wilson visited hor
mother, Mrs. I. G. Wlkstrom, one day
the past week.
Esther Lynch, Velma Lynch,
Gladys Johnson and Marjorle Hollo
day came home for Thanksgiving.
Harry West received a cur load of
feed Tuesday and distributed it
among the farmers.
Watch the bulletin board for
notices of church and school.
Dr. Hatfield spent Tuesday at
Chapman camp, attending many
cases of sickness there.
There was a special meeting cal
led at Watts & Price hall Suturday
for the purpose bt voting a special
road tax. The measure was defeat
ed. ,
Mrs. Bessemer and children visit
ed in Portland Wednesdry and
Thursday.
Mrs. Leonard Is still in the hospi
tal quite ill.
Pomeroys, Blachtords and N'lblockb
enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner to
gether at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Pomeroy.
Mrs. Calvin of Marshland, Is visit
ing her son and wife.
Camp 1 of Scappoose Lumber com
pany resumed operations on Wed
nesday, after being closed for two
weeks.
Mr. Price and Mr. Butler are both
able to be about their duties r.gftin.
SIMMONS
im tub iMlii-ITtT COl'HT OF T1IK
STATE OF OKEOON KOIt THK
COl'NTY OK COLUMBIA.
Kred W. Skiff, Plaintiff,
vs.
Louise K. Skiff, Defendant.
To LouIho E. Skiff, Defendant.
In the Name of the Stale of Ore
gon: You are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint fllo
mrnltiMt vou in the above entitled
Court and cause on or before the 18th
day of January, 1918, that being the
first Judicial day nrter ine mm unj
fcr the publication of summons us
prescribed by the Order of Publica
tion of Summons herein, and If you
fr ii so to appear and answe- as here
in directed, plaintiff will apply to
the above entitled Court for the ro
llof prayed for In plaintiff's com
rlnlnt, to-wlt: for a decree of the
above entitled Court dissolving the
bonds of matrimony now and here
tofore existing between plaintiff and
defendant herein.
This numinous Is served upon you
by virtue of an order made by the
llonorr.ble James A. Eakln, Judge or
the above entitled Court on the 2nd
day of December, 1918. which pre
scribes that the summons In thin suit
shall be served upon you by publica
tion thereof once a wee for :x con
secutive weeks lr. the St. Helens Mist,
a newspaper in general circulation )
the County of Columbia and State of
Oregon, and that the first publica
tion thereof be liaC on the 6th day
of December. 1918, and tho last pub
lication on the 17tl: day of Janur.ry,
1919.
RALPH A. COAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff. 633 Plttock
Block. Portland, Oregon.
Date of first pub., Dec. 6, 1918.
Date of last pub. J:-u. 17. 1919,
? Begin Your CHRISTMAS Shopping Now
DON'T DELAY A SINGLE DAY
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LONGER
Xct In I lie presentation of (lifts, nothing
gives more pleasure than the careful,
leisurely selection of thein, and needless de
lav makes iift buying a burden and fre
tjuently is disappointing. Buy Now!
()ur lojx Christmas stock (he largest
mil finest we have ever shown, is. NOTA
BLY DISTINCTIVELY DIFFERENT
from what has been shown heretofore.
A Few Seasonable Suggestions
Wrlnt ami (lift
Watches
Diamond King
H-l anil Other Itiiigi
IM'kl'tM
Coiiiiiiinilty anil lltnl-
Item Nllverwaro
Cut (JUnn
Napkin ItltiK
Nllver Halt ul IVMr
Keta " "
Thimbles Oorka
hllvrr TMt Ware KounUIn Tens
.Art (iimmU
, thousand (lift ideas await you here in
our store Call early and get the pick. A
small payment will reserve any article until
Christmas.
A
W A t
XOTICK OK MAI.K OK KSTIIW
t'ATTI.K
Notice Is hereby given that on Sat
urday, December 21st, at the hour
of 2 o'clock In the afternoon, I will
sell to the highest bidder to satisfy
charges Incurred on account of feed
and advertising, one 'two-year-old ea-j
tray heifer, which was taken up on.
my place and bus been kept by me!
and due notice given by publication.
K. L. BOWLES.
61-1 Warren, Oregon.
VON A. GRAY
T-, t-t t a r t c imrT vo
ST. HELENS, OREGON fj
DEER ISLAND
Lieutenant B. F. Keolan and
Private Edward Keelan were heme
for Thanksgiving.
School opened Monday morning
with a small attendance.
Mrs. Dr. Allen Noyes (nee Greta
Butterficld) of Htllcrest, Is suffer
ing with an attack of Spanish In
fluenza at her home In Portland.
Mrs. Mae Clark is reported on the
sick list.
' Harold English and wife of Brem
erton made a flying trip home for
Thanksgiving, arriving at 2:3u
Thursday morning and leaving at 3
p. m. Harold Is in the medical de
partment. Mrs. English is a yeo
A report on the government use of
tractors in England was given at a
recent session of parliament. In ol
der to lncret.se the supply of food
tractors and plows are being pur
chased by the food production de
partment and let out to farmers.
XOTICK OK FIX Ali ACCOUNT
In the Matter of the Estate of Jessie
Nllsen. Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, as administrator of the
estate of Jessie Nllsen, deceased, has
filed his final account in the County
Court of the State of Oregon; for
Columbia County, and that Satur
day, the 4th day of January, 1919.
at the hour of one o'clock in the af
ternoon of said day. at the Court
room of sold Court, in the City of St.
Helens, Columbia County, Oregon,
has been appointed as the time and
place for the he-.rlng of objections
thereto and 'he settlement thereof
Dated and first published, Decem
ber 6, 1918.
BIRGER NILSEN.
Administrator of the Estate of Jessie
Nllsen, Deceased.
J. W. Day, Attorney. 61-3
Kl'MMOXS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR COL
UMBIA COUNTY.
Jessie Alice Jonasson, Plaintiff,
vs.
Frank O. Jonasson, Defendant.
To Frcnk O. Jonasson, Defendant:
In the name of the State of Ore
gon: Cou are hereby required to ap
pear and answer plaintiff's complaint
lied against you In the above en
titled court and cause on or before
the 18th day of January, 1919, the
said date being more than six weeks
from the date of the first publication
of this summons, and if you fall to
so appear and answer, or otherwise
plead herein, for want thereof, the
piainurr win apply to the Court for
the relief prayed for in her com
plaint, to-wlt: For a decree dis
solving the bonds of matrimony now
existing between plaintiff and de
fendant and for such other ana
further relief as may seem meet and
equitable.
This summons is served upon you
by publication pursuant to an order
made by Hon. James A. Eakln, Judge
of the above entitled Court, which or
der is dated December 4, 1918.
Date of first .publication, Dec. 6,
1918.
Date of last publication, Jan. 1,
1919.
SIDNEY ZETOSCH.
Attorney for Plaintiff, 121 N. 3rd
Street, Portland, Oregon.
Stomach Trouble
"Before I used Chamberlain's Tab
lets I doctored a great deal foi
stomach trouble and felt nervous ana
tired all the time. These tablets help
ed me from the first, and inside of a
week's time I had improved in every
way," writes Mrs. L. A. Drinkard,
Jefferson City, Mo.
MIST WANT COLUMN
Taken Up At my place, c ,s:i'all
red, dry, grade Jersey cow. Owner
pay charges and take same. Viw.l C.
Adams, Phone 105-F-16. 61-1
For Sale Well b-cd cov, fresh In
January. Paul C. Adams. Phono 1 06-1
F-16. 61-1!
Came to my Place Over a month
ago, two red cows, dry. Doing weft
taken care of. Owner can have same
by paying tor ad and small expenses.
F. L. Bowles, Warren, Oregon,
Phone 106-F-13.
Wanted You to know tliut for
quick results a lllfle MUt Want Ad
is the safe, sane and sure medium
of advertising.
Vnr 1 C. (li ll It.pAnni Knuua In
uumiuii. ouu win uanuie. in
quire Mist office. 49-tf
For Sale Young pigs. Ueorge
Perry, Houlton, Oregon. 49-lf
For Sale A Shetland pony. Gentle
and well broken. Pony may be seen
at Davles livery barn. For price and
other information apply to Marlon
Morton, Phone 25, St. Helens, Oregon.
Bargain 6-hole ateel range ana
large heating stove. Almost new; also
wallpaper for three medium sized
rooms. Phone D72. 8. It. Sonne
land, St. Helens. 48-tf
Taken Up Five head of cattle ;
1 cow and 4 heifers. Have been at my
place since about November 1st. The
owner may have same by paying
charges. On McKay ' pjace 1 i
miles north of Scappoose. I. K. Hlsey,.
Scappoose, Oregon. 48-61
For Sale or Trade House and lot
In Lott's Addition, near laundry.
With or without furniture and 40
hen. B. A. Wagner. 4 8-61
For Sale Youns gentle teem. Also i
harness and wagon, only been used I
a few times. Price $200. Call at or1
write to H. M Reynolds. Warren
Oregon, III. Box 82.
For Sale Lot and a half and 4
room house and 1916 Maxwell touring!
car. Inquire at Mist office. 4 5-tf
For 8p.le Relgstered Poland
China brood sows. J. A. Bacon, War
ren, Oregon. 22-tf
For Sale Young pigs fo.- saH by
J. A. Bacon of Warren. 28 tf
House and Lota For Sale Best
location In city tor residence nprrt
menta and Income. Cash or terms.
Itonann In, Balling .. . - .
" .11 IlLUUUIIl (JI
other business. A.Z, Box 425, St. I
Helens. 61-4'
For Sale at Once Chickens. Buff
Rocks, Petaluma White Leghorn,
thoroughbred Hamshlre hogs, house-1
hold goods, Including a fine Colum
bia graphanola. Wm. Hilton, on the!
v-oiumuia nignway, 1 miles squth
of Goble, Oregon. 6i
Demand for Telegraph Operators
Young men and women trained In
a few months under the supervision
of a successful dispatcher. Indorsed
by railroads. Opportunities to earn
expenses. Write for bulletin, Tele
graph Department, 218 Railway Ex
change Building, Portland, Oregon.
60-3
The Oregon Nursery Co., are pre
pared t6 give quality service In all
nursery stocks. Nearly everyone
needs a few ornamental trees., Have
you everything you want in fruit?
How about planting some of those1
famous Vrooman Franquelle wal-
nut trees here and there on your
waste land? Talk it over with the1
Oregon Nursery Company, Orenco i
Oregon, or with the local agent' '
John Dowd, Yankton, Oregon, tele'
phone St. Helens 118-F-2. 60-tf
Holiday
Poultry
Of course, you are go
ing to have that usual
Iiig Christmas Dinner
this year. And it is"n'l
a bit too early to begin
planning for it. We have
TURKEYS, CHICKENS AND GEESE
Hook your orders now :ind be assured of getting just
the right sized fowl for your needs.
QUALITY
MEATS
No matter what your wants
may be in the Meat Line, we
can weft them, and wc always meet
thetn with First Quality MEATS.
The People's Market
On the Strand, St. Helens, Oregon
If in Search of CHRISTMAS PRESENTS you will find
Quite a Variety to Select from at
Deming's Drug Store
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Ll'NCII KITS
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IMM'KKT KNIVKS
VACIT'M IMiTTLKH
IIAIIIKS' TOILKT MKTS
HAND PAIXTKH CHINA
TOllllSTS' WIMTIMJ HKT8
Pyralin Ivory Combs, Mirrors, Hair Brushes,
Cloth Brushes, Trays, Clocks,
Jewel Boxes, Etc.
TOILKT WATKIt
FANCY I'KKKl'MKM .
HOOKS KOIt illtlJ4
HOOKS KOIt IIOYH
ItOOKS KOIt fillOWN'-l'PS
ritKPK PAPKIl
CII1UTMAH C'AUI
, TAOS AMI 8KAI.S
NKW YKAH CARDS
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Deming's Drug Store
Larsen & Company
-ALWAY8 HAVK-
Choice Groceries, Fresh Fruit and Vegetables
SHELF HARDWARE and A NICE LINE OF
CROCKERY
Just Received percolators
We are at Your Service I
Telephone No. 27
Free Delivery

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