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I V. i ST. HELENS MT3T FRIDAY. JANUARY 17. 1919 CORRESPONDENCE Ha aaaaa . WARREN nroduct, and must take Ita place at U . . v. n wnrmumlpil inA inn i (i wuiuif v. ........ apples could be used as Is the case the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adams She leaves two little child ren. Rev. C. H. Johnson spoke at So severe and numerous are the cases of "flu" here that all meet ings of every kind are under the ban. The installation of the grange rules' .'her?6 nfE And held the.r rnnua. hl -onle. go fo waste " meeting at the home of Mrs. Getche. Mrand Mr. Elmer Bowles and last Thursday. The follower of . .'hiMr nf' Or ion City are ! f leers were elected to serve for th Vtalttai with Mr r uowles' mot."er! ensuing year: president. Mrs." Albert and faf her. Mr. and . Mrs. . r. JU j J ; v.oe pres den Mrs. Jame njUrt'U I Ullli'iu; , '. . Mrs. II w. iTire. officers has been postponed, church an(j ts nursing it. Rnu-iix Elmer had his nana in in the machinery of the woolen mills treasurer year being Buch a successful one In services abandoned; schooTs c.oea , A,p Weilhorn had a tussle with j spite of the .Td Ml social gatherings adjourned theP..f,u- for the past week, but is, he same p. n was ad tEv and Myrtle Ur a, the n.ng encouraghjg and aftar ftn PtTllCK OI KlUBlKlll".'. . r. until the eDldemic has subsided. Nearly every family has some rela tive on the sick list. The epidemic is not so dreaded as when It first broku H. O. Morris has purchased the Methodist parsonage and church. Some of Harry's friends wished to know what line he was going to em bark la. but he is non-ccmmunicatlve on the subject. Owing to the postponement of the installation meeting of the jrange, Lecturer A. E. Lund is eatins noth ing but cr.ke furnished by Heinle for the social entertainment. Arthur says he hopes they will repeat the program again, as cake suits him. The carload of feed bought by the Warehouse association, was readily disposed of to the members and proves that the enterprise will be a success. The entire nomilstioa of Warren are mourning the deRth of Miss Ab ble Benduro, which occurred on Sun day at 1:30 p. m. Abbie was be loved by everyone. Affable, kind and courteous, she was a popular fnvorlte among both young end old. The family are sorely tried. The! only son, Charles, was taken by the same disease, the "flu." about two months ago. Mrs. Benduro's uncle died only a couplo of weeks ago. By her death a pall has settled over the entire community. Born, raised and educated here, she was known to all and to know her was to esteem her. She was burled at 1:30 p. m., on Monday. , Columbia county apples will be BUU o i i. , v v ri I ,,,,. I tl,B "flU." " Miss Eva Tarbell has had an at tack of the "flu," but la better again. Anton Johnson and family are all confined to their home from the popular and unpoular epidemic. The family of N. P. Olson are "flu subjects. Judge Fullerton visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Wellborn on Sunday. C. K. Miller of St. Helens Ship building company, spent Sunday at Wan-en. SCAPPOOSE Grandpa Lamberson is moving to Portland this week. He will make his home with his daughter, Mrs. Whetel. Mrs. Caples received official notice from the commanding officer that Henry Wist would receive his dis charge In a few days. Fred Wist sent a package to his mother con taining leather leggings and two large empty shells. A letter from Herman Miller states that he is preparing for home coming. ' Henry Whetel of Idaho nas neei. . visiting his nephew, Charles Lam-: berson. ' Some of the eighth grade girls snent Sr.turday in Portland as thei Mrs. lietcholl served a dnlntv lunch that was pleasing to all. I.lovd Price lias arrived In Quati ti V Ilia brother Watts, who l ! stationed there had the pleasure .. ' upplnff him. Mrs. C.oldle Campbell and child ren of Clntskanle are visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Duncan The directors of the First National bank of Soappooe, hold their meet ing Tuesday. D. W. Price was elected a director to fill tho vacancy of Mi. Wilson. The bunk has a dividend readv to pay of 4 per cent and paid 14 per cent In July, making 8 per cent. This shows a good Increase. Congregational Church Hammi school, 10:15; morning worship. 11; 15; evening service will be . 6:15, as Mr. Dlckensheet will b'i with us and it Is necessary for him to catch the evening train to Portland. we have bad no "flu" unless the., case, ahould prove uch. Revival service, ere In progress at the Evangelical church here and will continue for at least one week. Road work In thl. part of the Ne halem valley Is almost at a .land ..in w.n its winter ha past. a great deal of work will bo Ularted pr on the roads. Vernonla should have a good roan to St. Helens. We agree with one of our good cltUen. who .aid thai such a road would he wonh more to Vernonla and the surrounding com munltles than a railroad. MISS WALKER FAVORS SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL Ulster of l-jr In Hervlce ArVMi Memorial for lty Who Hrrvwl YANKTON The house occupied by Lelrnd Hyde on the George Kale place was recently destroyed by fire. 11 8. Stewart has been awarded a contract by tho school directors of this district to furnish the Yanktoi. school with wood. HI. bid wbb S.4 per cord. Andrew Thoma.. who worked Toi Imrrlii ranms in this vicinity foi many years, but who recently has been employed elsewhere, has re turned to Yankton. P. Brown, the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown. Is here on a short visit to his brother. Than llrnvn Ener Brown and family, wno nnv.ntiie The Mist la In receipt of the fol lowing letter from Mis. Marie Walk- It will he noteti uioi ana is n in f ivnr or a memorial 10 the .oldler.. but thinks a memorial library would be the best and most lasting memorial. Berkeley, Cal Jan. 1, 1 The SI. Helen. Mist, St. Helens, Oregon. Th Kiiiior: From reading the 81. Helen Mist, I know the people of Columbia county wish to honor everyono of our men who have done their best to "make the world af for democracy." The question of memorial has become the question of the hour. Or course, we want only the best and It must he enduring and Inspiring. 1 olfer the following suggestion: Tlint a memorial be built In the form of a llhrnry. Let It be called the Memorial Llbrury of Columbia Coun- Tho following plan appeals to me as being the best of many way. to raise the necessary fund: Every man, wonnn and child In the county be asked to become n shareholder In memorial society by making a been on the sick list, are Improving, subscription of one. two, thre, four Miss Adeline Thomas, one of tin. or five. cent. Weekly for a certain tenchers In tho Yankton school, tiaJ number of year. (The time will de- hen absent from her class room ror pond upon the population -nn com oi it Pride BUILD UP your system wiijj it.-...,. i i. I'll! V 'I 111 . ourselves on t lie ABSOLUTE PURttx ( Bakery. Our cakes. nml .lamtie-i are all most carefully prepared, inMlr. inn uniformly satisfactory results. RAMSEY'S BREAD VERNONIA Mr. and Mrs. Tipton, parents of Mrs. W. !.. Hall, are dangerously 111. "Judge" Sheeley has recovered from a severe cold and was in towu Monday. Mrs. Crain, who has been vleltlng relatives at Hillsboro and Portland, returned home Saturday. Cass Bergerson, whose home is in guest of their teacher. Miss Bennett, i the Kist community, was recently Our sick list: Olga Rlckert 1-! discharged from the army, verv ill In Portland: Ardath anu 1 Misses peerwester and Brure. recognized and known for their ex-! Arch are better; Mr. and Mrs. Henry : spent Saturday and Sunday in Port- Hie mint week on account of lllne.n, She expects to resume her duties next week. The Yankton church remain, clos ed. It Is the only church In tho community and It seem strange that It should be closed. . Russian radicals demand th.i pio hihltion of child labor du-'iir scrot i age up to the 16th year and the lim itation of ' the working hours of minors (16 to 18 yetrs) t.i six hours a day. MIST WANT COLUMN cellent qualities if the plan as out lined by Fruit Inspector Morns is carried out. Thousands of bushels of apples go to waste annually, es pecially in the Nehalem valley, where the apples surpass in flavor and keep qualities those of the far famed Hood River country. Luscious, juicy, and clear from any disease or worms whatever, this fruit will be standardized and secure recognition on the markets. If he can get the farmers and' fruit-growers to or ganize at Vernonla, Natal, Mist and Clatskanie. Meetings will be held at these places at which time he wishes to see every farmer present. Plans will be submitted to carry out a project whereby every apple can be saved and either marketed or used white, also habv. are on the sick, land. list; Mrs. H. Y. Gilbert at camp ana The local grnnge held Its regular Mr nnrl Mrn fhnrles Wllkstroni mpptlnir Raturduv. at which time the have been confined to the house, j newly elected officers were Installed. I house and lot In Mrs. Cooper who went to Portland Mrs. J. J. Purney and chlldrei. j Cudfrey. ... . k. . ..lt l ,1,. ..u i . o. ,,!.- . Ilnunnl Mill urltlll . - live nurns uru lu bboioi ti .nv vw' ?u;iii wuiiuh.. ... . ...... ... ....... . - of her daughter, Mrs. Whitney, be- j her sister. Mrs. Wilson. j Owing to came a victim or the tr.iiuenza, nuii r. vv. Aiemnger nas noi oeen bdi, " - is now able to be about, but not at! to be out very much during the past bred sows at $o5 each, which Is ex- ; week. He Is Improving, however, ! at thia time. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Keasey attend ed church here Sunday and vlslteo home yet;Hazel and Daisy Wlkstrom are home. We welcome Mr. Ogle back to his place in the high school. Miss Mil ler will not return to her position with friends In the arternoon from New York. Mr. Ogle has been i William Robins was in Portland secured to finish the term. Mrs. last week on business. Cooke has been substituting for Mis! Harley Van Blaricom hns gone to Miller. I Scofield to work. Harley deserveb Lester Adams has been transferred ' credit for going where he can find from Fort Monroe, Virginia to Seat- work. In either cidar or dried fruit. Of the ale. Dr. Vin of Buxton, made a profes industry, he said: "If the people of Elfa Lamberson spent part of tho . slonal call here Saturday. Nehalem would make cider and put week with her aunt in Warren. i Mrs. J. W. Rose has returned from It on the market, Nehalem country. The funeral of Mrs. Alice Propst I a visit to relatives in Portland, would become nationally known for; was held Tuesday afternoon at the A few cases of "flu" have been ru Its quality, clean, pure and sanitary j cemetery, 2 p. m. Mrs. Propst was ported In this community. Thus far bulldlnKl ll.-sldea a main library room, ther should be small running rooms, a rest room and a room for permanent reroi-ils of the war. with a bronie tablet containing a ros'er of "rterv Ice Son.." The various war work socletle. might find It convenient to hnve a room for their hendiiuarters It could be intinwd by a hoard of governor elected by shareholders and the property could be held by a board of trustee, chosen for life. It .(m a big undertaking, hut what end worth while doe not seem dig? 1 am .urn the public spirit In Columbia county Is one hundred per cent, and that I all that I needed to put the memorial library fund "over tho top." It I to the Interest of everyone oi us to express In some lasting way our feeling of gratlUde to those who have so manfully "carried on," for us, both here and abroad. With best wishr for the good of actly one-half the price we ask under 1 Columbia county. I remain, other condition. These sows are Your, truly, bred for spring farrow to the great! MARIE I.. WALKER. Lee Champion, one of tho North-j west", outstanding Ilerk.hlre sire..; Oregon Uorkshlro Co., Warren, i Rev. A. II. Spenrow. pastor of the Oregon It Congregational church, ha prepared I and luhmttlcd to the printer, a book See Ray Holland If you are look-1 descriptive of the history of the St. Ing for a good all-around launch, p. I Helen Congregational church. Much O. box 463, St. Helens. &-7-3ti Interentlng mailer relative to the or- ganiziitlon and maintenance of the church Is given In the bonk which For Sale I have some good lund near St. Helens, for sale. House, garage and two lot la St. Helen for ror'.lanil. J. m. overcrowded conditions we offer for Immediate sale, six pure For Sale Cheap "Two desirable lots In Zelglor's Addition. Kasy terms. Address George W. Grant, Scappoose, Oregon. 3 tt t t 10-DAY For Sale Four room house and 1 1 lots. Location close In, on main hard surfaced road Price reasonable and on easy tonus. P. 0. Box 595, St. Helens, or enquire at Mist office. 2-4t will he about 40 page. The book I dedicated to the Ht. Helen boy who answered the call and served In the army and navy. The Coming Year JUST THE SAME AS THE PAST YEAR MASOHj FOR LUNCHES SOFT DRINKS TOBACCOS CIGARS FOUNTAIN DELICACIES Mason's St. Helens. Oregon A Dry ord wood for sale. Lar.ion, Warrin. C. J X t j Taken Up Two anlmalc: one 4 dark Jersey yearling heifer; on tjllolsteln bull calf about 8 months old. No brands or marks. Gu To close up an account will sell a beautiful piano, only slightly used, at grent barguin. Cash or term tu responsible part Ice. Addres M. ('. Koester, Trusteo, 435 Washington street, Portland, )regon. 4-2t January 18th to 29th, Inclusive 10 to 25 Per Cent Discount IN ENTIRE STOCK a ; uii uaiicii, uirjun, iiiuuo ivit ;12 2-6 For Sale Single Comb White Leg I horn eggs for hatching. The kind i that lays, the kind that pays. 11. (0 per setting. E. E. Wilson, Yankton, j Oregon. 62-tl Came to my pasture, two months ago, three grade Holsteln heifers, 6 to 8 months old. Owner can have same by paying for thl ad and pas turage. A. L. Larson, Warren, Or. Phone 101-F-ll. 62-tf X Come in and see for yourself and make PROVE IT us x The Oregon Nursery Co.. are ore- ? pared to give quality service In all j nursery stocks. Nearly everyone needs a few ornamental trees. Have jou everyming you want in rrult? How about planting some of those famous Vrooman Franquotte wal nut trees here and there on your waste land? Talk It over with ih Oregon Nursery Company, Orcnco.l Oregon, or with the local agent. I John Dowd, Yankton, Oregon, tele phone St. Helens 118-F-2. 60-tf THIS is a genuine Reduction Sale, not just a bluff. I have no old out-of-date stock to dispose of, but will have to move my stock Feb. 1st, for a few days while the building where I am now, is being put in shape for the postoffice, and before the postoffice can move I shall have only temporary quarters and will be short of room. I am therefore, taking this means of reducing my stock. Sale prices will be cash, but goods will be delivered and guaranteed the same a. t x Shoes, Shoes, Shoes, A SPECIAL SALE ON Men's Heavy Work Shoes I i All Leather, Serviceable and just the thing for winter weif and work.. They are regular $8.00 values, but to clot! them out we will make a Special Price of 6.50 Better outfit yourself now and save $1.50 on the purchast FRED HORGUS THE HOME OF GOOD GOODS usual. , After I am settled in new quarters I shall have more room and will aim to carry a more complete stock than ever before. 0 5 For Sale Cheap i sanitary couch; 1 good 45-lh. all cotton mat tress; 4 bow back kitchen chairs; 1 airtight heater. This furniture has, only heen used one month. Phone 109F22 or call Haulser'H ranch, near Yankton. ! For Sale I iiavo about 10 tons each of timothy and clover hay Price In barn, $27; delivered $30 P. H. Lund, Warren, Oregon. 6-7-3t , Found A light Jersey heifer May have amo by paying expenses j Call at Kohlstrand place, Warren Oregon. 6-6-21 Wanted a Loan of $2600 at 7 per! cent on Improved real estate worth $9000 In Clatakanle. Address Uox 204,.Clr.tkanle, Oregon. Liberty Bonds Bought and Sold at Market Quotations SHERMAN M. MILES Crockery and Qraniteware We have received a large stock and a nice lint crockery, Graniteware and Aluminum Goods. Every housewife needs a Mixing Bowl. We have the in several sizes at 50c to $1.00 Mottled Graniteware Pots, Kettles, Pans and other necessary kitchen utensils in Mottled Graniteware. The prices are most reasonable. In Aluminum ware we have' Percolators, 'Kettles, Ste Pans and various other articles. call and inspect this necessary for god We would be glad to have you stock of articles which are really housekeeping ,i . i 4 ill' BANK BUILDING, ST. HELENS Larsen & Company i f: ! Telephone No. 27 . Free Delivery 4