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ST. HELENS "tct RTDAY. APRIL 4, 1919,
MIST MISTINGS 4 . A. Crouse la spending a few days In Fortland. Mrs. C. Wesley Phillips was a Portland visitor Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. McCormlck were Portland visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Von A. Gray and children art visiting with relatives in Portland. P. C. Morton of Portland, was here Monday railing on the merchants. Mr. and Mrs. Kit Conyera spent the week end with relatives In (,'lat skanie. J. S. Wheeler of the Yankton dis trict, spent Sunday at the home of his son, Charles Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. LaBare ot Sclera, Oregon, are visiting at the home of their son, II. E. LaBare. Harley Turner has accepted a position as office manager with the Columbia River Canning Company. Mrs. L. J. VanOrshovon returned last Saturday from Portland where she spent several days with relatives. Mrs. Dale Perry was a week end visitor with friends in Portland. She returned to St. Helens Sunday evening. The steamer Wapama. Captain I L. R. Hutherford motored to 1 or FoldaC sailed Wednesday nlglu.ilund Thursday. He J1" ".J" loaded with 1,000,000 feet of lumber guests. Prof. E. T Keed, Miss aiaiige and carrying 60 passengers. I Allen and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. - ron- After spending n few days with re-, krlte. .ii Intives in Portland. Mr. and Mrs.! There will be a basket social a. Harold Broughton returned to St.! the city hall Monday night, n Helens Sunday evenlug. be given by the scholars of the gra.i. s Mrs. Harry Hollm: n of Portland, and the purpose is to raise runus s after several davs pleasantly spout; that baseball uniforms and siippius with her sister. Miss Helen Hall, re-' may be purchased for the crane oase turned to her home Tuesday eveu- j bull club. i Mrs. Klora tiwen uiiorii. - Mrs. H K. HuiUoii wis a Portland. shopper biui.j. . . .B at b:3v li ve Sure to Seo " The War Trophy Depot This Afternoou CIOCK. 7. f In...- Laden w in ojo.vuw ------ bor he steamer Vshlrton ..lied iCesday night for San KrancUw. Fred W.lklns. counly Juvenile of ficer went to Kerry Thur-day mur n ng in response to a report that there .r. tru.nl. at the Kerry c tool ii it Ahrv. county ro4duu.liT turned Tuesday from !'ll'':',:," H. A. Colt, buttermaker at the St. that the public library will. ,prett,,er! ."veral road districts In Hens Creamery, has leased the be open on WrivT"",; iffman farm on the Yankton road. ! from 3:30 to 4:30 o'clock .he II bra-, tne u u "' no. , ,.Mi. e Hoffmans will return to St. Hoi- ry recnlly reelved a cnnslgiiinenl o. , 1 ou"1;, , u . ,vl. r. i,y ..mhIoii . i. . i n.d nthim imi'A iir- 1 lie coun ..... ... Hole Hoffman The ens. On the 19th of April, the ladles of the Congregational church will hold a sale of baby clothes, aud also a cooked food sale. The public, gcti erally, is cordially invited. Superintendent Carl Chrlslonsen and Chief Accountant A. F. Barnett of the St. Helens Shipbuilding Com pany, were in Portland Wednesday in conference with the Emergency Fleet Corporation. Miss Lillian, an instructor In the commercial department of O. A. C, and Miss Lucile Hayes, a domestic science instructor in the Portland schools, were week end guests of Miss Madeline Alien. Taber's versary Sale is now going on, and will continue until the 10th of April. If you want GOOD GOODS and at ECONOMY PRICES, take advan tage of our hundreds , of seasonable offerings Taber's Variety Store ST. HELENS irt nu- hixiks mid the attendance, uc cording to Mrs. Owen, is Increasing. Mr. and Mrs. A. S Harrison and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McKle motored i i'r;l,in,l Tuesdav to greet Hob Harrison and Stewart returning from service outlining the road work which U to be done In the eo.miy n ." Lady Mildred Kos. Is a guefl the home of her brother. IT. A. J McKle who. t ee . Mie.ii"" '" , in KrHiK-e. ! Canada, ner noi.. " led her. C. Alva Smith and Mm. May Kyle, were married Sunday In Portland. Mr. Smith la the manager of the l.lhertv theatre, and his brld ! returning trom seme ... r . ' , , .Rifl)ri, ...,o.i .i,,..i, Portland enroute to I the winter In t allforiua. Camp Lewis. Washington. Jan,... Rice cf I'or.la.id. was a Oeorge Link, aged 86 yenrs. had a:usl!ic victor In St. Helen. ' 1 hur. fall last Saturdav. which resulted In: day. Mr. Hlce. who formerly resided the dislocation f Ms left shoulder. 1 1 clalskaule. Is well known In M Pr L. O Ross cave the rifferer Helens and served the county a prompt attention -"d at last reports sheriff. He was accoiMpanled by l.ls ho was getting :'.long sn well as could t daughter. Serein., be expected. j Mrs. William Alve. left Tuesday Mrs. Louis Muhr spent the week Rf,pr,llim for Portland to Join her end with friends in St. Helens. He- i iu,.j w10 now has charge of Hie cently she received a loiter from her iyHj,,, ( sev..riil govern meat husband stating that he was In a;,)tulll MilK finished. Her sister, camp near Brest. France, and his 't;,,m.v,.ve Hussell, acrniupan- company were dally expecting or.iern to leave for Brest for embarking on a vessel bound for the V. S. A. W. L. Horrie was In Seaside for 1 the week end for the purpose of g-t- ' ting things in shape to build a hand-, .,. i,..,,. resident of Portland ; some residence for one of his Port The newly married couple have taken j land clients. As soon as he has ' i .iiinekeenlnic uD-irtment at the i nouse wen uncier way, ne ... i"-... j the construction of a model dairy: I barn at his Ingleslde farm, Mtileli la' i about midway between St. Helens ' and Columbia City. j In a championship swimming meet : f6r all boys under 17. held In Spo kane last Saturday evening rt the i Y. M. C. A.. Wade Hutherford was second high point winner in the con- test. Wade takes to aquatic sports naturally, as It will be remembered that he swam ncross the Columbia river and back, starting near the Warrior Rock lighthouse, five years ago, which was considered quite u feat for a ten-year-old boy. The St. Helens Tennis club will hare a meeting at the office of IT. L. U. Koss this afternoon at five o' clock for the purpose of reorganltlng the club. The tennis playing sepson is hern and a u umber of tennis fans are tnklng advantage ot the good weather and Indulging in daily prac tice. The tennis ccurt is owned by nn.l was paid for by a number of St. Helens people, but many who are not members of the club are using the court. The purposo of the meeting, so Mr. Ross states, is to reorganize the club and let thoso . who enjoy pluying tennis, pay a part of the ex pense of maintaining the court. All who are Interested in the same, are requested to meet nt Dr. Hose' office ut five o'clock this afternoon. The Clothing and Furnishings HI i. Hi mmA llr' " &3L iiif rf If WTcP, ' f rl' i Mens' New Spring Weight Underwear Standard Qualities Moderately Priced $1.50 A SUIT B. V. D. UNION SUIT $1.50 A SUIT SEALPAX UNION SUIT $1.50 A SUIT SPRINTEX JERSEY RIBBED UNION SUIT $2.00 A SUIT EXTRA FINE JERSEY RIBBED UNION SUIT The Workingman's Standard "Dick for Duds" Copyright 1919 Hart Schaffner Sc Mara Suits Made To Measure by HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX Paulsen residence. Archie Newhold. one of the St. Helens boys who lias been servlnk with I'ncle Hum's forces In Krance. returned to St. Helens Inst week Archie enlisted as a private -when ho was discharged he w is "top sergeant." Mls Margaret IVvls. a rh.llve of the Kussell family and who has been visiting them for sumo time past, will leave nent week for Cali fornia. After spending a few months there, she will return to her home In Wisconsin. , Justin Wilkius, writing from New York, said he eipected to leave f.u Ctmp Lewis, Washington, in a few days, and would bo mustered out o service. Ills parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wllklns expect to see him In St. Helens must any day. Monduy, April Tin is City Klerllon i Day. The polls are open from S o". clock In the uionil'ig until 7 o'clock in the evening. The polling places are at the council chamber In the city hi'.ll, St. Helens; and at the old city . hall In West St. Helens. If yon want , to vote and are not registered, you , will have to lu sworn In. i Merton Coj and M.-.ry Carey were united In marriage at the home of s A. S. Harrison last week, Judgu Haien officiating. The bride Is a graduate nurse from the John Hop. i kins university hospital at Haiti- ! more and the groom a prominent architect of Portland. The Harri sons are old time friends of the New. lyweds. Mrs. Lena (Julck, widow of War ren tfulrk. died at a Portland hospi tal Friday last. Deceased was well known In Kt. Helens and held In high esteem by many friends here Several years ago she was one of the corps of teachers In the St. Helena' schools. City Recorder Quick a brolher-lu-law of the deceased went to Dallas Tuesday to attend the funeral. Mrs K. H. Scott en 1 1. rt til i,. .l h number of her friend. v,i,.......u evening with a muslcnle. A buffet lunch was served upon the arrival of the men from the Chamber of Commerce mei,,K. Thoso ..( were Miss Johnson, Ituth Johnson, Lllzabeth C hllds. A.im.h.,11 i, u.. ii . ... .. . - ' "'""II, ii. n. i rums, Mr and Mrs. A It. Suearow A. Child, Ceorg Nimill)i wll() w;u on() hoys who f, Rt. Helens In Noven. ber, 1917. for army service, has re turned to St. Helens after more than a year In franco. He was wounded at the battle of Cheteau-Thlerry. , of M.e U, ,'Hl M" ''.uu .f ti e hat, am, ,,,, and his story will )0 published In he next Issuo of the Mist. rB' ' HB.,en ut0 U'lrs report a ry good busings this week j if Mile? The t"", K"H"X K','"""" Miles. The Independent Auto Com pany so Id a Chevrolet to N. , . "a ee and a Ford truck to And Overland to Cal Howard With , prospect of bnter roads In th ,u V the auto dealers here are co" --f a steady demand for rt twelve mo:,hs, gU:To ,;sr;,V;;: r-'ilc of o,earrrl,,,71 n , Inter-.. palnt.rwth,h.8rs,'(r,' through the r,, ' ""'" rn.o Hun alnnHn"",1",, ofat' tl.U record v, "ro"" ' " In l-ortUTues, y'" ,"s 're'Vf'-" he servlc'e n.u,.ered out of JI!!!! Tr. Wlllamett it'., arrived In , Cnnti.ln 'No, I .nfln-t , 8 'Mt und lin WW.' wiilumette dl.ln'i 7: Y"-". the; I had Rood weather a roc i i oast, the vessel m,u .K up ,hoi came In Tver th i omUl"' Mi I Hcve the Wlllrme . 7 and 1 casting "whirl! l, '"sl: waters of the ppiflW ,cli. the ' of the .tor; J'"' n,'"-'l We are ShovD, a JarRe assortment of Work Shoes in v ranging from $3.50 to $14.76 We are sure that you will proiit by licre for your Work Shoes W - M 1 Sitbt Barefoot Sandals just receivcil, in sizes frorti Sie 2 in Child to Size 6 in Ladies Scout Shoes for Hoys and Girls Scout Shoen for Men See this line of Shoes for Summer weir AUSTIN'S Ice Cream Wealher is Here We serve the pure and wholesome WEATHERU Cream received fresh every day if you want good Cream, let us furnish it. CIGARS, CONFECTIONERY, TOIMCCO We have a full line and will be pleased to have I pori ol your patronage. Frazier's Confectionery Nt. Helens. Oregon IM7.I Kit, ll. M" l .... Taft Praised Bankers' Work President William Howard Taft in his talks tc A . ... . t - American i. ankers praised the work they are aomj Did you ever stop to consider what this counm would he without hanks? There never were as many bank depositors in tin w.nicu oidics as mere are today. Are vrtt n r! j..-.. ! -3 J w. . UVUUt i If you are not, Bee us today about opening M few mt FIRST NATIONAL BANK MenilM-r lrli-ral ItcM'rvn Hilim CM AH. (HAH AM. I're.1,1-nt ii. A. riniMCMW At Last- A Perfect Starter for FORD CARS OPERATED FROM THE DRIVER'S SEAT' IT STARTS THE ENGINE INSTANTLY The Improved New Era Starter spms the motor. No more cranking-no more troubM child can operate it. The price is reasonable CJ peat We have taken the agency for Columbia CJ, tor this starter which every Ford owner should For information or a demonstration call on cv write Mattos & MuckK Burleson is . "Ul uZlfY 0onr' ST. HELENS, OREGON.