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JANUARY 3. 1919 1 th ceoiid Saturday in January and Jlplans adopted and conimt.tee-, sp- sui.stitutea tor iiei rflRRFSPONDENCE 2 i pointed for the ensuing year, during The Ladies Ale LUKRLOrUilll'llVl 4 ,.hch u is expected that much will home of Mrs. 0 acconiplished Inex Wlkstrom WARREN Omer Beeler is visiting with rela tives at Silevrton during the holt davs. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Southard or St. Helens spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Karr. Miss Helen Medd of Portland, is a holiday guest of Miss Elizabeth Hvskell of the Oregon Berkshire company. be resumed her duties, substituted for her. id will meet at the Getchell Thursday. hv the erance. January . p. m. a iuii i- Warren Grange Is now mo mrrsi : ivnimmr m unu. In the county and one of the largest' The Red Cross will meet at their In the state. Hetlring-mnster A. H. usual headquarters Tuesday. Jati- Tarbell has conducted the destines uary "th. 10:00 a. in. nf the erance since its organization Among those who entertained on and has seen it grow iron. .uuu.- '''-"-';"" " ,'."', I ,1V ,,, nulliU of the Sunday ; ;,... J.... i.i i nere are loru, lumm whir inwmri mm i.... , -. ... - One niuiored and elglt of our tens Hlgnel tin) roll can. Chas. Maluisteu of Hollwood, l here on a short visit to IiIb sister and brother. Mr. Malnisten is In the grocery business at Sellwood. The Christmas entertulnment at the church was enjoyed by every onei MrH Abbey J present. The cnurcii was appro-, )c).mber 30th 0. A. R. VETERAN ANS WERS FINAL CALL Ing infant to maturity. Albert Swett, aged 78 years, three months and 27 days, a O. A. It. vet- ran, died at mo nome oi ins sisier, r reeiimn, Monday, For the bast eight prlately decoraled for the occasion j years, this veteran who wore the and a very Interesting program was . tlu and fought to uphold the honor in the Hol- ' sisters of Mrs. Illatchford. Mr. and school. . iim rp,ip and unless tlioy Mm. Heeves of Vancouver. Wash nut in an appearance and carry out; Miss Grace DeOraff. J'ortland; Clay their obligation thev will bo drop- j He Graff; Mr. and Mrs. Holloday Btiu ped from the roll. ' j family. ... The funeral of Albert Swett. twin James Tomeroy has resigned as A - 4i,A onvinAAr ar.hpAthoi nr m m r rfriiutii. Ytaa vv.it- hii.i.....t. v. .mu .......... .. ' "'""": u Za: i, 7.a w.1 "j! h. th. b..n,e cnards of War-, although still connected with It. Ho inn son murairuui Binuiniuo, ..... uurnu - .... . . . k.ji. ...ih on.i in nn- ran tthn acted as oal bearers. Air. , win ao neia wora IOUl quuo uouij t,w.iuv der the doctor's care. Miss Fannie Cooper is spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. aad Mrs. W. C. Cooper. Miss Cooper is a student at the Monmouth nor mal school. Miss Martha Reyser and her cousin, Miss Werner Tlilman of Portland, are holiday guests of Jlr. and Mrs. F. W. Boesel. Miss Reyser is convalascent r.fter a severe attack of the "flu." A very interesting meeting of the Warren Local Dairymen's League was held here last Thursday even ing. A large delegation of local farm ers were In attendance and a goodly number joined the association. Near ly all the farmers of the Warren dis trict are now members of the league. F. W. Boesel is on of the directors of the state association and secre tary of the local branch. Mrs. (Betty) C. J. Larson's funer al was held at the Lutheran church on Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Everyone came to pay their respects to the de parted. Impressive as all funeral rites are, this one seemed more so than any other. The choir, assisted by Mrs. Hilda Llndberg of Portland, sang appropriate selections. Mrs. Llndberg sang "Free to Face" in a pleasing manner. Rev. Nys'.rom. as sisted by Rev. A. M. Green, conduc ted the services. Rev. Green cave a very interesting and eugollstic oration in English. The Grange held its annual elec tion of officers cn Saturday night, at a well attended meeting. The re sult was as follows: master. A. L. Morris; oversee', K. F. Larson; leo. turer, Arthur E. Lund; Btewr.rd, Capt. F. A. Holt; chaplain, Mrs. John Farr; secretary, Chtu-les M. Hyskell; treasurer, August Benson; assistant steward, H. A. Colt; lady assistant steward, Mrs. An::?. Hoyt: Pomona, Mfss Elizabeth Hyskell; Flora, Miss Lilly Larsen; Cere:, Miss Anno. Ben son; doorkeeper. Glen Tarbell. The installation of officers will occur on DEER ISLAND Gun Lahtl, living five miles buck of Ieer Island, had the misfortune to lose his car, last Monday evening, by burning. Mr. Lahtl had been to St. Helens and on his wuy back his lights went out and in trying to get back to the front to get lights, he went over a 20-foot embankment. I lodging against a big stump. In try- liters' home near Los Angeles, ( all- fornla, and only few months ago, came north to visit Ills sister. The funeral was held Tuosday from the Warren church and the lit tery. Mr. Swett wan a momberiS California redolent ilnrlt, ,u UI between the states and after he?' mustered out of the service, nial i 5 home In California. ,e '" i'mrd of Thank We wish to thank our nelghi,,., and friends f'.r the kindness si " ' us during our rnoent sicklies tl,i ,7 death of our Infant ion. Mr '? Mrs. Korkan. ' "n" 1711 Kinds f Itaimiua There are 176 kinds of , grown In various pnru of the LODGES . - ... M. Swett was a veteran of the Civil war Mrs. J. (J. Watts entertained on and was given a military funeral. i Christmas day from 2:00 until 10:00 Watchnlght social and a basket p. m. The event celebrated her sale under the auspices of the War- j birthday anniversary. Many friends and was liberally att'ended and well j Mrs. Hazel Cooke is entertaining I '"K to get some groceries out of thud third Tuesday, of each uoutll. . rtitnnt'iui nni wns a fine mic i Ht-iiuoi ul hit iiuniti r niiu.t ; " ----- v uuiruiiitu- no ui- - ---r.-- The Loyal Order of Moose, fit. Hel ens Lodge No. IMS. Meets the first aun-e-ji iI.'siiIih the preva- f evening. lence of the "flu." ; Liberty chorus Thursday evening, Manv New Year's resolutions are! 7:30. to be beard on all sides. Warren peo-1 Charles Wikstrom and family pie havo decided to work In better spent New Yenr's day in Kahuna, harmony and for the united better- Washington. ment of the community. It will be I A crowd gathered at the homo of the object of the residents to forget j R. V. Niblock Tuesday evening to the notty jealousies and selfishness I see the old year out and the new year which characterizes so many farming ,111 communities, SCAPPOOSE Mr. Mills, of the medical corps. Vancouver barracks, was a guest of Mrs. Getchell Christmas day. The Sabbath school collection 01. Sunday for Armenian relief, was 919.19. At the annual meeting of tho C n- gregatlonal church Monday evening, the following officers were elected: Mrs. O. M. Washburn, clerk; Mr. Hol loday, Mr. Price, Mr. PeGraff, dea- jcons; Mrs. Price, Mr. Lnpham, Mr. I Hostetler, trustees; Mrs. Wutts, Mrs. Lnphatn, Mrs. Getchell, deaconess; 'Dr. Illatchford, treasurer. Music 1 committee, Mrs. Watts, Mrs. Getchell, It. K. Niblock. Sundry school super Douglas McKay arrived in New , ,,,,, Mpu iii,.i,ri. uou... York and probably is on his way to j mlperlutPnilent, jnnies Pomeroy. Portland by this time. Secretary, lix Holloday; assistant Mrs. Washburn and daughter left . secretary, Gladys Garrison. Trensur er, Mrs. Hatfield. Organist, Loim Lnpham, Khoda West. Chorister, R F. Niblock. Congregational Church Sunday school, 10:15; morning worship. 11:15; evening service, 7:30. Mr. McClure, the Columbia county secre tary of the Y. M. C. A., will be with us. VERNONIA Lester Sheeley went to Portlanu to spend Christmas week. I Miss Isadore May came home i from Timber for the holidays. lln, u ,j ! Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Smith spent E. Miller held a I .., ,,,... , p,,ot,,i , .L The Central Confectionery The Central Confectionery ROY A. STEWART, Proprietor on Thursday for a two months visit In California. She will visit her sis ter. Mr9. Harlacherm, Santa Barbara, and Incidentally the Farnums In Los Angeles and other friends. Charles Gould of Portland was the guest of Dix Holoday over Sunday. The Red Cross membership has reached the 400 mark. Walter Florence, an employe of the Nehalem Logging Co., of whom there was an Item in last weeks Mist, has been discharged. Mr. Butler has been acting as road master for the S. P. & S. for part 01 this week. Mr. and Mrs. J lamuy reunion i.unsiuius uu,. G R j,g gpent .WQ dayg , ,m. Miss Martin, our primary gradi.iinnd during the Christmnn holidays. teacher, who has been absent owing! Mr. Joe Tipton nud family of to illness of he.- mother, has again ! Rainier are visiting at the home of j W. L. Hall. ' Mrs. J. H. McDonald and child ren are visiting her parents neai Oregon City. Mrs. t'yrl John spent one day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Sword, last week. C. E. Ahry, county road master, was here Friday on business con Mrs. J. H. Wilkernon and little son, have returned from a visit to her mother at Ballston. necled with his office. Otto Itocck and Miss Annie Lar son of Jewell were united In mar riage at Astoria lust week. Walter McDonald and family are visiting at the home of Mr. McDon ald's parents on Heaver Creek. Lester Hose und family are visit ing at the home of Mrs. Rose's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Chrlstenson. .Mrs. J. J. I'urney has recovered from her recent Illness and is again agisting Mr. Purney in the store. 110.Y 1 ucKer ma lamuy nave re turned from Scappoose, where they nave neen ror tne last three months. tniii Messing, who has a good position in one of the shipyards at Tillamook, is spending a week at home. MIks Lottie Bergerson camn home from Portland to spend the holiday, with her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. P. Bergerson. Mrs. Vera Aldrlch of Mist, Is here on a visit to her pi.rcnts, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Wood and her sister, Mrs. T. B. Mills. Misses Elizabeth and Pearl Counts, who have been In Astoria for several months, were at home for Christmas. Jack Ray, Walter VanBlurlcon. end Lawrence Robins, on furlough from Camp Lewis, are visiting their relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Derherry are here from Vancouver, Wash,, spend ing some time at the home of Perry Millinger and family. The Vernonla district did very well in the recent Red Cross drive. ALWAYS HAS- HOT and COLD DRINKS, ICE CREAM and SODA FOUNTAIN DELICACIES A BIG LINE OF CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CONFECTIONERY BOOKS and MAGAZINES . A. J. Deming, Druggist PURE DRUGS, TOILET ARTICLES DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES Bring your prescriptions to us for the best attention. We use the purest of drugs and exercise the greatest skill and care in compounding them. RUBBER GOODS OF ALL KINDS '" A. J. DEMING, DRUGGIST ST. HELENS, OREGON II. K. COOPKK, Dictator. W. BLAKESLEY, Bee. j MUpah Chapter O. K. 8. meets In Masonic Halt the socond and fourth Sut unlays of each month. MRS. MARY E. CHRISTIK. W. M. JOHN PHILIP, Becy. Tlllli-uui Tribe No. 62, Improved O. It. M , of Yankton, Ore., meets at Its wigwam, second and fourth Sat urdays f each month. ! V . O. 1IRANNON. C. of II. ! E. L. HYDK, Bacliem. followed. Mr. Lahtl's family all' went over with tho car but none of;W them were hurt. Harold and June Kngllsh, Elmer, l.oyd. Gene Keelnn, Ralph Median. Frank Keelnn, all spent Christinas a home. Lieut. R. W. Hammill. who has been stationed in the Hawaiian Is lands the last eighteen months, but at present In Chicago, Is visiting re latives here, arriving December 26. Mrs. O. J. McConnell ami children, spent Christmas with relatives at Sherwood, Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Council are spending a few weeks In Portland. A letter from Mrs. I. E. Itonser an nounces the arrival of, a little son to Mr. and Mrs. 11. R. Godfrey of Van couver, 11. O. The McDonell family are all able to be around again und those on the sick list are the Hanson family. Mrs Casey, I.avelle Guldens and Sauforu Craig. Dr. Wade wus called in am reports all with bad colds. Lovell Appletou Is reported Im proving, but still confined to his bed In Portlund. Mrs. M. L. Nicholas, Harold and Beth Nicholas and Mrs. Fern Mc Dougal, visited the week end with the English family. Mr. and Mrs. ('. F. Brown visited In Portland Christmas with Mr. and Mrs.- Thlehoff. Mr. and Mrs. F. Cox of Olney, Oregon, spent Christmas with Mrs 1 Cox's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andress. W. J. Bush is on a visit to hi:, mother and sisters In Michigan. Mr. Bush will probably be gone for two months. The Ladles club entertained the! St. Helens Camp No. 10,989, Mod husbands and children, at a watch ern Woodmen of America, meets the party and New Year's tree Tuesday 1 first Wednesday of each month In evening. . .the I. O. O. K. hall. PROFESSIONAL CARDS E. A. ROSS 1'uneral IMrw-lor 10 m huh. uslners Photie 23 Uhh(uco ,. Bank Bldg., Bt. Helens, Ot DR. C. E. WADE riiyNlclan ami Hurgi-a I'hjiie 99 Muck In lllifg. Ht. lliilnai, Qt Bt. I. T. WALLS Ih-lKUt orrice in iiunk iiuimihj lll, Onto. Ht. Helens Kehakah Lodge. No. 217, meets second and fourth Thurs day of each month In I. O. O. K. hall. Visiting members alwny welcome. BEl'LAH SMITH. N. tl. MRS. ELLA ALLEN. Sec'y. St. Helens I-odx No 117. I. O. O. F. meets In the I O. O. K. building, on the sucond and fourth Saturday of each month, visiting members are al ways given a hearty welcome. FRED W. CHRISTIE. Noble Grand. C. W. BLAKESLEY, Sec. DR. Office In hank Hide. L. GILBERT ROSS i)l Ian anil Hurgi-on "t. Ilelem HI DR. ALFRED I. PEEL I'livxlrlnii ami Hurgrna Masonic Building '" Oregon DR. S. H. RUSSELL ('MrtrN'tr MHH. IUHMM.L. Iille' Ms Moorflold Cabinet Steam Jijo,. Hours 9 a. m. to & p. m. 1 bone IM2 Ht. HH,.0i. 0t Avon Iodge 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. aULLAGH. K. of It. A 8. A St. Helens I-udge No. 12. A. V t A. M. meet 1st and 3rd Saturday in each 1 D'juth, Vlsl'.lng brothers cordially j A. L. 8TONB. V. M. E. E. QUICK, Secretary. Miss Marguerite Kearns visited : with the Keelan family New Year's day. II. E. II A. COLT, V. C. LA BAKE, Clerk. GLEN R. METSKER Attorney Office In Bank Building Phono 17 Ht. Ilalsnt, On T. S. WHITE I'mlrrtaker and Funeral Director County Coroner Phone 64 Residence phone 111 ) Bt. Helen, Oregon GEO. H. SHINN Attorney at lw 8t. Heleus, Oregon J. W. DAY Attorney at 1-aw Dank Bldg. Bt. Helen, Or. Mist Want Ads for Results. FRED W. HERMAN Attorney at Iw talnler. Oreum MIST WANT COLUMN For Sale Cheap Two desirable lots in .elgler's Addition. Kusy terms. Address George W. Grant, Scappoose, Oregon. 3 tf For Sale Four room house and 1 1 lots. Location close In, on main hard surfaced road Price reasonable and on easy terms. P. O. Box 695, St. HolenB, or enquire at Mist office. 2-4t Taken I'p Two anlmah:: one dark Jersey yearling heifer; one Holstein bull calf about 8 months old. No brands or marks. Gus Gull, Warren, Oregon, phone 104-F-12 2-5 Lost One dark Jersey cow, 6 1 years old, horns sawed half off, 110 brands or earmarks; 1 2-year-ohT light Jersey heifer, no brands or ear marks. $5.00 reward. Peter White, Yankton, Oregon, phone U8-F-2. For Sale Orgt'.n In piano c.ise, no stops, fine condition. Price $100. In quire Mrs. Getchell, Scappoose. 62-3 For Sale Single Comb White Leg horn eggs for hatching. The kind that lays, the kind that pays. $1.60 per setting. E. E. Wilson, Yankton, Oregon. 52-tl For Juicy, Tender Meats TRY OUR MARKET Wc carry none but the best and 0111 customers arc satisfied. If you are not among the number, start your dealing with ua. Central Meat Market KAV M( IHT IN ami GEOIMIE WIIJ40.V, Proprietors Phone 60 Free and Prompt Delivery A school girl may have room and board at niy home In return for com panionship. Mrs. It. H. RobliiBon, Box 383, St. Helens, Ore. ltf Lost One 2-year-old Holstein heifer, right ear clipped, left ear split. Bob Held, Trenholm, Ore tf "GREAT MM Sill On LADIES' and CHILDREN'S Wearing Apparel 20 Per Cent Off On A1J Cash Purchases --Xow is tlie time to buy this wearing apparel and save ;0c on each dollar or $Lon every $5 purchase. If you' want to save ino.i-y you can not afford to let this oppor tunity pass. 1 -Come in and examine the line before selections are all Uken I he values are bona-fide and the goods are the "est. Don t delay come now. M. ROSENTHAL A Happy New Year and Thank You for the liberal patronage given us. OUR BUSINESS POLICY for the coming be the same as years. year will in former Fair Treatment Reliable Goods Reasonable Prices Again we thank you Von A. Gray The Reliable Jeweler ST. HELENS, OREGON Came to my paslure, two montha ago, threo grade HoIbIuIu heifers. 6 to 8 months old. Owuer can havu same by paying for this ad and pus turage. A. L. Larcon, Warren, Or. l'hone 101-K-ll. 62.t( ror Sale or Trade Three desir able lots in St. Johns within 8 block from shipyards. Will trade In part payment for small ranch. w II Bumgardner, 516 1'rlncnton ' Bt ' fit. Johns. B2-3 House and Lata Kor Sale Best location In city tor residence tipr-rt-menta and income. Cnsh or terms l"" r selling on account 1 other business. A.Z, Box 425, , iJ5iei!H. g 4 Of St. Demand for Telegraph Operators Young men and wome j trained In a few months under the supervision of a successful dispatcher. Indorseu by ruilroads. Opportunities to earn expenses. Write for bulletin, Tele graph Department, 218 Railway Ex change BuHding, Portland, Oregon. 60-3 i- The Oregon Nursery Co., are pre pared to give quality sorv ce In all nursery stocks. Nearly everyone needs a few ornamental trees Have lyou everything you want In fruU? How about planting some of thole famous Vroonmn Kran.,uotte wal- inut trees here and there on your I waste land? Talk It over with H e Oregon Nursery Company. 0 re, 1 0r,eKOn- o' with the itui ne i?' I John Dowd, Yankton, Oregon tele VLone St. Helens 118-F-2. 't Start The New Year Right Open an account at our store. You can rest assured you will receive -QUALITY GROCERIES REASONABLE PRICES SATISFACTORY SERVICE We appreciate the patronage given us during the past' year and hope to merit a continuance of this. A Happy and Prosperous New Year To All St. Helens Mercantile Co.