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ST. HELENS mtst FRIDAY. MARCH 14,1919 r MIST MISTINOS Mrs. James Ellison was a Portland shopper Monday. Mrs. C. L. Wheeler visited friends. In Portland Monday. H. 8. Mason spent the week end with friends in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Trow of Rainier, were St. Helens visitors Tuesday. James Mueklo, of Portland, a for mer resident of St. Helens was here Monday. Miss Pauline Tanlsen returned Tuesday evening from Portland he spent several days with friends. Miss Arline Portland left Monday for Portland and will take a busi ness course In one of the commer cial institutions there. Thomas Tongue, a prominent at torney of Hillsboro, was In St. Hel ens Tuesday, in connection with the case of the State vs. Knight. The steamer Klamath arrived in Tuesday noon, coming light from San Francisco The vessel will un dergo repairs at the St. Helens ship yard. "Carrying 950,000 feet of lumber and with all passengar accommoda tions taken, the steamer Celilo, sailed Wednesday night for San Pedro. The many St. Helens friends of Court Reporter Carl Knutsen will regret to learn that his mother died at their Astoria home last Friday, af ter a short Illness. The steamer Wapama. Captain Foldat, sailed Thursday night for S.in Pedro and San Diego. She car ried 975,000 feet of lumber and a number of passengers. Mrs. J. M. Rodger, who for the past two weeks has been a guest of her sisters, Mrs. S. C. Morton and Miss Olga Hlelborn, returned to her Portland home Wednesday. The Bteamer Daisy Matthews, af ter taking on 500,000 feet of lum ber at the Columbia County mill, left down river Tuesday night to com plete her cargo at Knappton. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Thompson and Miss Prickett of Portland and Mrs. Atkins and Mrs. Goodman of Forest Grove were visitors nt the home or Chas. Thompson Sunday. Miss Prick ett expects soon to leave for Siberia as a red cross nurse. J. S. McManus, for the past four teen months a resident of St. Helens and In charge of the ship caulkers, left on the steamer Wapania for his former home in ellejo, California. He expects to return to St. Helens In ! the near future and mke his per ! manent home. Miss Rose Klblnn was a guest of Portland friends Wednesday. J. B. Godfrey was In Portland on Thursday closing up some real e tute deals. The Methodist Ladles Aid society will meet with Mrs. Snelltng Thurs day afternoon, March 20th. Vncle Sam has called Jacob George and he is in service. He is on the federal grand Jury in Portland. " Mrs. J. S. McKlnley of Portlanu. after a few days visit with Iter daughter, Mrs. Orin Shepherd, re turned to her home Monday. Miss Helen Hall, who teaches the second grade in the St. Helens school, spent the week end with her parents in Portland. C D Sutherland, who has charge of the log buying for the St. Helens Lumber company, was In Astoria Wednesday In the Interests of the company he represents. Countv Judge Fullorton left last night for Clatskanle. There he will meet Commissioner Harvey and make an inspection trip over the Ne lialem valley. Fred Morgas. Henry Mc-R'is and Sherman Miles motored to Clatskan le Tuesday. The highway, they said, was not in very good condition for travel. W. J. McMIInn, a prominent cit! zen of Rainier, was here Wednesday nnd attended the meetlns of the Mr sons. Mr. McMile.n was formerly cashier of the Rainier bank, but re- Mass meeting to nominate city of ficers. City Hall Monday night. ii...Ht. a. mi ..'..Link " The pie social given by the ,ud.os X Prof C K. Johnson, the Seventh l.y Adventlst preacher who "' time ago held meetings In St. lie ' . big meeting m newspapers much Interest. sum was realized which will be used for church purposes. J. S. Clonlngor, a merchant of Kalama. was here Thursday. Mr. Clonlngor Is a former resident of St. Helens and spent a busy day renew ing old acquaintances. The water board held their regu lar monthly meotlng luat night. Only routine matters were brought and disposed of. YANKTON GETS MORE PUKE BRED CATTLE (D. C. Howard) Yankton, long famous for lis pro gressive farmers, good farm products and high class Shorthorn cattle, win lienn-torth also lie known up tending Jersey center or county. Countv Itoadmnsler Abry liaa been pu iiieedliiKly . and has kept Ms Ford goln over II,,,!, tin bus been Inyln out road work In the Yankton. IHier Island, (lohlo and Rainier district, and lu the meantime. amending to the de tr.ll work of hl office. Tl.- for bid. for ...... .1 MhJ moot on the Kuddi.,. Yankton district. Th. T?. improvement ttppecri .i 5 Hub.crlb. for MU( 1 as die Columbia Recently the county agent brought a buyer Into the county who . r carload of Yankton goon Ho Is pleased with the result I grade cattle but ho did so only with a church work In Seappoose. 1 1 lie understanding that they would Congregational church at Seappoose, called on St. Helens friends Thurs day. of tho Mrs. II. M. Ruck entertained a H rep ;','w ' " " . ' number of friends Monday after-! breds. This Is being done, and noon in honor of her sister. Mrs. 11. Columbia county can boast of hav O. Smith. Curds were played and "K '""" ,f "", 1"'il 1,u,,"r ,,r"1 J' r Mrs. L. J. VanOrslioven won the ieys in the country, prize. Refreshments were served. I Tho community I" centering on the The city council has city dock. It is their intention to complete thoippronch and build a accepted the!11"'"1 )f "", f'llu1"' Oohrn Clow's intention to n.lrf family. The great Oregon bull tliat lias more worms rui-um .....mii- warehouse on the dock. Tho floating lers nan any mni oi ""''"" . . . ... .1 Mf Wr.ui Uritj In KiH'titlinic a lot or .l.w.lr t.,.. I l 1 tn'vn, uisu, in uiiuubi ruiuuicini. n i - . t t. l... will erwt uvri i,iin.i,.,.i .in.. money for two ilnuglilers of (.olden Judge hakln convened court on Tuesday morning. Ho heard sever al motions and the argument In tho : .innirtit.T havlim records up matter of tho exception taken In the ; rvit.K.ii uimm, i ue juilgti leu uiill (afternoon for Eugene where he ex- spend saveral days will his will hereafter conduct the business. The Rosenthnls expect to leave for Cali fornia the latter part of the month nnd will make their home in the land of sunshine, for a time, at least. If you jieed glasses ror close work and distance, Krvotocks will help you Thov ere mighty convenient and t useful, because the visions are in- j !HIIHJ UUUCU 1U UUU pi... v i lenses with no seams to show they : are bifognls. Consult Dr. Thompson ! about your eyes and have him show j you a pair of these lenses on his , next visit- - j John A. Watlson of Seappoose, was in St. Helens Tuesday paying a few ! hundred dollars In taxes. Mr. Wat tson has recently returned from Cal-' Ifornla and brought with him a lot ! of fig trees. He believes that tho C.l- CIow'n Chief of Ashhurn, a . R per cent son of Golden Glow s Chlel. This hull Is sire of a splendid lot or to 73( pounds or iniuer lai in uin-n jem- of age. Mr. Than llrown Has three daughters of Golden Glow's Chief of Ashford. nnolher T T. per cent sun of Golden Glow's Chief, he being out or Chief's Kvenlng Glow, a daughter o: his own sire. She has a record of tifiO pound of fat and is a full sister to Old Man s Darling, with a recor.l signed on account or 111 neaun. " ported to M. Rosenthal, who has conducted i relatives. a dry goods and clothing business In Celebrating tho anniversary of St. Helens for the past ten years, lias ! hpr ulrthi Mls9 Eu(,,,nla iH.,inK disposed of the business to his Knve a dIlnor partv Monilay nl(, (laughter. Jirs. i. lucen. ..u ... , nnj , . ... . ,......,,. llf ; her Intimate girl friends. Danclni; 1 ni m 7 followed the dinner. Those presenmy Agent Howard also bought a i were: Misses Alleen Townsend. Kdrle , heifer sired hy this hull and two La Bare, Ruth Johnson, Ksther John-j young cows sired bv Golden Glows j son nnd Helen Hall. n-lof Fireman, another son of Golden ! County superintendent of schools Glow's Chief, that wus out of a Hood ; J. W. Allen has been quite busy this Farm cow. weea, naving maun n tour of Inspect-! Following these Ion of the county schools. He was ! accompanied hy Prof. Marrls of the ; Oregon Agvlcultur.-.l Cullenv who Is : conducting a campaign on industrial development. Mr. Allen Is well pleased with the prospects In this 1 line of the school work. Under the direction of Chief Charles McCauley, the recently or ganized fire department have had several drills. The auto fire truck i has been used and the boys have teen Dractlelne in usine Itu rmhIm. ment. Chief McCauley is well nlea-! ccuhl i'wliere in the roun accomplish men ts the Yankton Jersey Cnttle club was organized. This Is purely a co-operative movement and wus started hy seven Jersey breeders located about Yankton, for the purpose of purchas ing a very high class Jersey bull t. head their herds. The members of the club are Messrs. A. A. Markkuii en, W. S. Newlun, Than llrown, Fre.. Ilrlggs, D. M. Itohlnette. Jas. Van Tcssell and I). C. Howard. ! The young bull selected Is Oregon Park Chief J , as fine an aniiiial as fornia fig will do well in the Scap- 'ci at the interest shown hy tho dc-!'ry- hmh from a standpoint of breed- Friends of Wilbur Muckle will be Napa county, Interested to know that he has retur-i great fruit nea to his wheat ranch In Washing ton, after having spent the winter in Portland. Last year was not a pros perous one for the wheat growers In eastern Washington and Wilbur hopes to do much better this year. The Pythian Sisters have mailed to t'neli- friends neit invitations in forming them c! a St. Patrick Party which will be held at the K. of P. Hall Monday, Ma.-eh 17th, at 7.45 o'clock. An Interesting program has been outlined and no doubt there Is a treat In store for those so fortunate as to receive Invitr.tions, v poose neighborhood. The soil, he says, is better for fig growing nnd the climate Is warm enough. ' In California, which is a growing county, the weather is colder than In Columbia county nnd Mr. Wattson ls positive that he will be successful In his ex periment. The next regular meeting of the Chamber of Commerce will be held Wednesday night, March 19th. After the regular business session, a socbl session will he held. Dr. Flynn Is chairman of the evening nnd he pro mises to give an entertainment a little bit out of ordinary and It Is expected that many members and visitors from outside communities will be in attendance. Ing and conformation. He halls from the Oregon Aitrlrultunil col lego anil is a son of Old Mun't Darl ing, 817 pounds of fat In a year This cow Is also the dam of Old Van's Darling 2nd. the 75 per cent daugh ter of Golden Glow's Chief that Just rnfVtll I I V lir.ilfn Ilia, ti-drtil'u (iim.i. to fin va-1 ..'... J.:":.,".... II: r.-neli.Q In il.o J.,..nin,. . 1 r re.-oru wiin n reconi oi v" .... -..i u. UKII- culture, for duty in Washington, D. .., ui in me neiii. j lie usual en- $1,400 a year, but persons show., ' w". "l" r".lr ,0 "1 Im,,- in the examination that they are u,,"! f , J' . ,". usuallv m.,.im..,l r ........ ... I f h',,f. K n "0" "Kl" th. of Hood atioiilnti'd exceed Jl.Knn n von, a daughters than any other of the partment and Is of the opinion that St. Helens will have nn efficient fire fighting force In the near future. The United Stales civil service commission announces an open com petitive examination for scientific assistant, for both men and women. un April 22 anu zs, mis ! pounds of but'er fat. Resides this,' ; tho aristocratic young J , has two trance salary rni.,. frm t. . "isiers in tno college nerd. THOSE NEW EMBROIDERED GINGHAM Dresses which wc arc showing for Girls are the latent thing in line ami win picmc ure iuu.n iimi.li. r,ce them in wimlowr. ami let us show them to you. Wc also have a number of the new SMOCK MIDDIES for Girls With a Complete Line of Boy's Furnishings wc can outfit the Hoy with those new clothes SUITS. HATS. CAPS, SHOES. ETC. Dress Shoes A new line of MENS SHOES arrived last week and would like to show them to you. They are m y1 fine Shoes and sell at only $AH A U S T IF SILKS In Fancy Plaids, Blue, Black and many other colors Ginghams Many Attractive Patterns Prices right Draperies, Curtains Taber's Variety Store ST. HELENS, OREGON utt.i.iiuiiauy iv.. - . i. v... ii . i. . . i - . . nf iitfltnr ,,,11,,., , ruiiii, ui nun uitii nun morn U'sird should nt once annlv for !., 1 1 , , ! "r""' urk " "r ' '' X"' stating the title of the examination ' T "V, XVT, ' ?9,h' "f .desired, to the Civil Service To ""1 "'T "f S""M"" AK,," ,,,,, ! mission, Washington l) f . present world s champion with n ""' "' ' record of 1000 pounds of fat. j Iva I .a France, another daughter of (iolden Glow's t hief, In sonn to OUI? SDT niPP envoi" 1,10 world s record In the senior UUK aULUiLK BUYb.four-yeur-old class of all l.reedn, mm u.,,,. IM1,71 , ttlsf- f nil. this record will lie n; I , I "1"'1 ,'n a 1'!Upr to 'Ih'"U al'"ve 1040 pounds of fat In a wi h fhe ln,m1 ,h,M" thBt.. 110 ,Hi yHar' an" wl" 1,0 " U -Hl record Amric.-.n army "On the of any Jersey in the world. Khlne and located not very far ....... . distant from Sedan. Ho gives no In v . . . "" ol "l0" '""n lo timatlon as to wh" n he w. I Z, )"nlt,n munt we expert for the OME P1CTLI LlBliiiTYS5 I' 1 1 KATII ALVA SMITH MANAGER NEWSY NOTES FROM to the V. S. Sergeant J. T. Tnhcr writes his wife that he Is still In furls .-.ml Is assigned to a transportation office of a railroad line. Ho Is very anx ous to come hack to St. Helens, but Inasmuch as his work has conslder ahle to do with getting the troops to plue.es of embarkation, he does not think there Is any probability of his immediate return. rutureT We hone that other n.M. mur.ltles will follow suit nnd not only kill the scrubs, but will get the HieetiH of tho butter world to take their places. Kver tho Joy. Killer Mr. and Mrs. Jack Habbard, mar ried a year, are living happily In Kansas City. Mrs. Hal.lmd works In a laundry. Her husband works In i a factory. The girls at the laundry I found a lot of army nfirer-' .i.i...; I KltlIAV. M Alti'll H June and Kathcrlno in "WE SIKfll UOKItV morn laughs, morn ktnlles, more sIdeschH 1 lure that will Interest you all, together with the I-Wfl W -nuiin or Nile." HAIllllMY. MAItl'll b Mntlneo. 2:30: KvtMillif. 1M "ltilMM i: of TIIK I MihltttnltUr anil a ipecUl iH noil inn ceieuralei HAWAIIAN TROUBADORS nv" M'ani their weird, clinging melodies on (hi i machine. now you will have an opportunity lo wH them lii real life m an Immortal beauty of uiuiie UuM . .aim ..11111. .i.iii, j an, " ..V.' MA'"'II 1 Matinee, 4 : 30 Continuous until IM 'V1 I'K hniltl In "AMMnlUXA OK t IUHKMIJM M L'..,u '."." IM a hummer. Also tha lw,ltH- Admission. 20c and Sic. Corporal Justin Wllklns writes his Ln wLu .1 1" ,"m an'! ,!"'' father. Frank Wllklns, that , was fop , i " w,,h R on the way to the U. S. His leUer ! irC. ? l',,n 8llp U ,n was dated February Ifith, nnd sahl ti.i ernivi 117. fV". Bargains for YOU 35c Gingham Special Price 28c 35c Outing Flannel Special Price, 30c Other Dry Good3 and Notions are proportionally reduced Our Grocery Department We carry a complete line of the best groceries and sell them at a lesser price than do other stores This week we are selling the regular 35c bottle of Catsup for 30c. .Canned goods and many other articles are also reduced. WE WILL BE GLAD TO SERVE YOU MRS. A. BASEEL HOULTON, OREGON dciih uny more letters to france, "for before they reached France, I will be on my wry home Justin has been In Franco for oulte awhile He was wounded at the bat tle of Chateau Thierry. Henry E. Harrl ave not heard from him f,- sonii time, writes to say that "ho ,aB teen away on outpost duty for u long time and so was unable t. receive H'ly mail." He says furti.e, that .0 country just now Is very beautl ru as the young grass Is coming and i It is a hunter's and fisherman's para dise." Honry Is Jn the 4th cavalry 7, . i, "v"""""iu u" " Mexican bor ! der In Texas. ! Frank Gardiner, who enllo'cd In the navy In November, 1917 ' h.. heen dlacharged and arrived" homo taut Sunday. Ho was one of .the gun HelT ?nHU,e T80 l"n"Prt H..wlck t!itimUnd I"a(i? fl0veral trP from Baltimore to France. Ileforo bolnc 'assigned to the gun crow, he was on the battleship NcbraHk. Frank i. ,tw WW atrlpM on Ms J which Indicate that he h,s been in orclgn service or the danger "on" j or one year. Ho Is glad to get beck I o St. Helens but does not regret the i time he spent in the nnvy. ' rJHr8,i Now,,0,(1 received a telnrran. rorm.r on Archlo Newbol, in n ii r 1,8 cama fl0n' Francs on the transport Mongolia. Archie who since enlisting has worked his way from pr,valo tQ M KM ' (that Just before leaving France ' !aw Justin Wllklns. They enlTsted a the same time end nt the sme place' ' : hut Justin wont to a Virginia can, and was soon sent overZs S Newbold was sent to a Georgia !, and did not c;-oa until September' i "e '8,n0W flt CamP Mrrltt and mI1 . .utvu. I WO niellls fllnr .. j..ei . liiuiu er niiHtiand pulled a' fan. liar si p of paj.or from his brown ! shirt and Inquired with a Hnillc ...'-- ... i:n llllll nilV . liv tll...i- wimieil me io dearie, about? write 4 A Good Auto Mechanic That in what St. Helens han needed for sometime. I have engaged the service;-, of a capable and efficient man who will attend to your automobile troubles promptly and do the job right. If you are in trouble, call or phone us. J.F, Dopplmaier Garage next to Masonic Building, St. Helens Prompt and Satisfactory Service mm mUtM te&kL- Q v I. ' MARCH 17 Hian. hi , , '''''oKrnpl, and the comedy Nllniiery Hllm" llitl't II " ' ..... . . m r n this. Hay m M ' MARCH 18 '00. This Is H ,' ay a snnel.wl mi... ... 7 ;. '"i i'uh iira every Ulll 1 ...I HiIvoh of Kulliir.1' Wflrinnnriny I of m.....m..p . k now 1H a . .M In "LIT1:! KOI. I II HI Willi." ...i ,1. .'Itv flow -'i a scream THUH8DAY, MARCH Margoretto (lark l Wild Flower and a 2-rool comeil ' Kvory Hulul H:,1t"r,"y "hew Hlurtlng promptly t,J;!J! Hharn. Tim v " nl 'uu P- m- 1. illlW' .... 1 . 1 sumo old nrle... u in i..... . ...ii tlie Vv l-t for HPM l. I, ATliUCTIONH. .