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CHURCH NOTICE
ror Minn In i...
LodM K',,M"I"J 1,Mrfh
J"w . ...i ilii1ion
8'.-... a ii Ley. I'aator.
Wnalern limber Co. to jhn Kr.
man: land In h,cH 3. 4 b S
T 8 N. it C W, 110.00 ' U""
Al I archer to lnolfl Teeph,10
$" 0;1 17, T 7 N " 3
Wilbur II. Hyland to L. H. (utll,.r
ford et ux: land In H..C 14 Taw
It 2 W, 110.00. 7 ' T N'
May 28
Albert I). I.arnoii i.l n . n t r.....
It. I"'"."'": , an m.
'"ThK" 7:00 p. ....
"""'""Ci.-.,. 2:00 p. m.
1 17 19 . rh iVlllllMP-
PL of the inornlni sermon,
it ?. Hmluli..lniC lh fl.ll
&'ln?. !?;... .in i. offord for
' HHP"""1
tl0""- ..... a I..v Hi.,n.
Vr U fl.il.lren lr I'ro
KJucttttcn I the l!'" f
.undid pronr.-.m of l.ulc
iun 1'" K"1 ",,B
,,1".n. .... await you lit
P' lvi.,ihII t'liurcii",
' I IIO " " '
lU(h (ngrfgtlol limn li
Awnk Chirck"
L and Columbia Htroeli
,1. A. U. 8row, I'aalor
lima 8. 19l
L, Sen""!. 10:00 a. III.
king Hour, ... -..
l-rt "Tim l
III Uunlr.
,,1,0 End.-.vor, 7:0 p. m.
k Service. uu V- "'
Olfiin Wol tiwlvln. Loader.
,!, Hour, 8:16 P- n-
kct, 'Tim mreiiiuii "
Ll. Artlvlt If rt
Jul Hoard Meeting TuewUy
..r Mt-ot Ii.k T I. umd r Night.
LlWi-sanul - Kriiliiy Nljli.
Lth lajr AdvrolUt tl.urcli
Wait Rt. Helens
lur iervlce held on 8atur-
ith School, 10:45 a. m.
cm follow In at 12 (noon).
1 17 Prayer Meeting. Weduea-
IS p. m.
H. II. KS10HTO.V, Elder.
Laws, iacun.
tragnr: land in Hoc 13, tYn l(
a W, $10.00. ' ' 1
W. II. Howard to Krcd llarlwork
Ix.t 1, Illk 7. Italnler, $llo.)
( o uml, a Agrlc. Co., (0 Avrll 'uru.
Airier l6725.0M0M,Un,, Wr"B
Columbia Agrlc. Co. to Charles lHUk-
on: Tract Midland Drulni.it,.
District, $688 00. nwiingi.
Krry Tlmbnr Co. lo WHl.rii Tim-
Imr Co: lund In Hoc SI, T 1 N k i
W. $10.00. ' "
Clyde K May to William mid John
1'rl.igln: liuid In Hue. C, T 4 N U
4 W, $600.00. '
Mar 31
Ouna, J. Hwllxur to Dun DoiUon- I,0(h
.,Bn;,i,, 6 ,llk 3' l,mr lHlun.1.
1 1 00 00.
Milton Hmllli to Kirrln M. Ilniuka
land In Hoo IB, T 7 N, II 2 w
$1000.00.
Tnrh
fruit
MORK FINK CATTLE
County Agricultural Agent 1) c
Howard li.ft Wodiuday Morning for
lndoiiidmico to r.rrang fur tl.o
alili.nint of no inn rnglatnrcd J.-rHny
cattlo for I). M. Hohlnutta of Vank
Ion and William Hidden of Italnlnr
W. V.. Morlcy will bring th cnliln
down In bl auto truck. Mr. Howard
la milking an effort to buve inoro ami
bottr cattlo In Columbia county ami
la wll iilnanod with I ho l.ilnrciit tak
ll by tllOHU who Imllnvn In
lock.
I'arkor;
4 W,
Lot 3.
Lot
JT OF TRANSFERS
rted by tho Columbia County
t, Oompany.
r-
Arcy to II li. Mcholaa; land
te. it. I . tt iN., u. w.,!
:i.
kitholn to Alhort L.
Ill Sec 26, T 6 N, H
II.
to Mult Winner
i, SI. Hcli-im, $1 00.
to It. V. Mcholaa
k 1 19. 81. Ilcli'lll.
E' Kir to 1-ciia A. Illc: Ixita
10. Illk HO, St. Hxlitna, $1.
fSiun to T. J. Savage: land
I, T N, It 6 W, $1.00.
t Timber Co. to Kerry Tim-
o, Itnd In Sec 16, T 6 N, K
110 00.
k Timber Co to Ycrrck Ixg-
ro, Uml In 8ec. 18. T 6 N.
W. 110 00.
Timber Co to Vorrok 1ak-
o, land in Seen. 17 and 18.
p. K i W, f 10 00.
Shean to Actio Kin Ith: land
M. T 4 N, K 4 W. $10.00.
Jen to John A. I.ltch: IM 4.
M MMONH
IM THK CIHCCIT COCIIT Or' THK
8TATK (K OltKdd.V IN AM) K()lt
COl.I'MHIA COCNTY.
C. 1). Scott, rialiitlff. i
v.
Ahl.lt I. Kcolt. Diifiiiiiltiiit
To Abblo I. ficott. Dcfnnduit:
In tho Name of tho State of Ore
gon, you are hereby required to np
hoar and aitHwer Dm finnnhitut (n...i
agalnat you In the above entitled null
IV i I ll I n all. ifftnlia friiiii n,..l u r, ...
" " - ..... purl lllll
data of tho flrat publlcntlon of thm
a.iininoni, namely on or befnro tho
18th ilnv nf Jnlv IDIA mwl if
fall to appear within aald time, for
wbiii uiereoi you win no BilJtlilKeil
In dnfault herein and plaintiff will
lapply to tho Court for tho relief
prayed for In bl complaint herein,
to-wlt: a JudRi.ieiit and decree ills
olvlng the marriage contract hereto
fore and now rxlntlng between plain
tiff and defendant and for Biirli oilier
and further relief and remedy an
may bo meet and equitable.
Thia au.nmoni la nerved upon you
by publication In tho Ht. Helena Mint,
a newspaper puhllahed and of gen
eral circulation in Columbia County,
Oregon, once each week for nix aur
ceaalve and conaccutlvo wocka, puf
auant to an order of Honorable J. A.
Kakln, Judge of the above entitled
Court, made and entered on the 2nd
day of June, 11)19.
Date of flrat publication of un.
mona, June 6, 1919.
Dalo of li.Ht publication of aum
tnona, July 18, ll.
JOHN A. JKFKKHY.
Attorney for I'laliillff, Hallway Kx-
chango Uulldlug, rortlnml, Oregon.
Clock and Watch Repairing
't are experts in this line. If the clock or watch is
-rth keeping it should be repaired. Bring it to us.
A FULL LINE OF
alches, Clocks, Cut Glass, and Jewelry
t
VON A. GRAY
LIABLE JEWELER AND WATCHMAKER
Announcement
To all Owners and ProsDective Owners of
NaxwelL Huricnn Chnlmer
and Essex Cars
!n or Tassing Through Columbia County
HAVE acquired a lease on the building
I wCntly occul)ied by the Houlton Garage .
n cst St. Helens and will get possession
n or about June 18, at which time I will put
' a complete stock of parts and accessories
jw the care handled by my agency; also
e.w cars as the new models come out. I
T employ expert mechanics, specialists on
ese cars, and guarantee to furnish prompt,
J'cicnt and courteous service, which will
e lhese cars as popular as their superior
"iec hanical construction and beautiful lines
merit.
Thig will be the only ahop In tlila coun
cn,J P""flnl"K 1H aorvlcoa to makes of
cain for
"Keiicy,
which it baa tho oxcIuhIvo
n
n
1
lib . limllrf u2 TL!.1
wju- mi, ib.. , .rfjr.njK
S"1! ' Vo"'
Huibulb Whip iiitf.
Irw4 T. wui fu4 Iba
4nful mauM u4 m
DOES YOUR BUTTER
SUIT YOU?
Our creamery butter la the fin
est butter made The cream la
pasteurized, that It- may hold
no harmful germ, and every
care taker, from mart to fin
ish, tli:.t tho butter nay bo
uniform In quality r.nd always
best. Try It and you will order
more.
St. Helens Co-Operative
Creamery Assn.
MASON'S
Sundaes and Fountain Specialties with the Famous
MT. HOOD ICE CREAM
LOS ANGELES CHOCOLATE SHOP CHOCOLATES
(la Redwood Ilexes)
HELEN ARDELL CHOCOLATES
WARM WEATHER LUNCHES
Mist Want Ads for Results
1
y - ! I Mill lIlBii ,n. ,, " "" I -
WAR PRICES SHOT TO PIECES
Doors Open Saturday, 9:00 A. M., June 7
rhis Will be tiie Greatest Sale Ever Attempted in the History of St. Helens
RreSmowvMvir WAIT and WATCH for this
GOODS TT ottitmA" clip" We teU you this sale is gin& t0 b one of the greatest and mightiest sales of DRY
Sa MILLINERY, OMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR,
beet for it is nosit 1 catdtVt ' yOU ve ever Wltnessed since the war ended, you know what to ex-
or anv othpr . -rif bACRfrICE; positively a cutting and slashing of prices unprecedentel in the history of this
dise which nln T grCat Wrld War has left millions of PePle dependent upon us for aU kinds of merchan
win'be scar h J . mf"y f tideS SUh as Carried by this store wiU not onl g higher and high P"ce, but
buv not nn L g I ,f mferi0r quality- So think of the Sreat opportunity offered at this monster sale, and
uKri yu have bn Puing off buying
o war and , , ",, " , A A ""' LIMIT TO BRING THEM DOWN to
Hshhii p ,'' ."dw iTaell tZVeflC,Mlne1 e"rt l UNL0AD nnd RAISE 5'00 NEXT 13 Ml
p.-c.lngl,l:r:.";lVbare"l. eve ?"?JJ?.ZA; wJ,hout r!Pard tor Dr0llt .?r
th
HI
(llHappolnted
the old times before
DAYS, we are Cutting and
b-iriniii. i., .7 j . . n iiu ui ri'Karu lor prom or present vaiue. so come to tnis store ana sale
a ,.iins ever advertised by thia or any otli er store or mail order houso. and we Dromlse you vou will not be
Store closed Thurs
day and Friday ar
ranging stock and
marking down prices
for rapid selling campaign.
Watch for large cir
culars giving the
complete details of
this mighty Unload
ing Sale- They will
be of interest to you.
Every Article Greatly Reduced in Price. Never Before Such Bargains
Ilest wool screen and
fancy dress goods, worth
over $1.25, on sale per yard
89c
Tho newest p. ml best
plaid aril cli H'k wool dress
goods, worth over $1.40, on
salo per yard.
79c
Ono lot of percales, light
and dark colors, wortli over
2fc today, on sale per yard
12 l-2c
One lot of onsets, good
styles, values to $3, on salo
$1.39
Women's 50c 11 u s t e r
Urown lislo hose, white and
black, go on salo al 3 pair
for
$1.00
Women's 65c lisle hose,
bronio, rain. Herd., gray,
brown, to go on sale nt per
pair
43c
Misses' best quality union
suits, worth over $1.25, go
on Bale at
79c
Ono lot Children's 35c
hose, black and whlto, to
close out, at
19c
The best and newest wool
macklnaws, worth over
$16.50, on salo at
$11.45
Men's $1.50 heavy blue
work shirts, extra special at
98c
One lot of children's pants
and vests, values to 95c,
your choice, per garment
38c
Hoys' HalbrigRan union
suits, worth over $1, on
salo at'
69c
Hoys' $1.50 famous Mayo
union suits on sale at
89c .
We will close out the best
25c lamp chimneys for
5c
Swifts Pride laundy soap
to go on sale at per bar
5c
(6 bars to customer)
Regular $4.25 wool batta,
hirgo size, to go on sale at
$2.39
Women's 65c lisle union
Buits, to go on salo at
39c
Men's best quality, white
or ecru summer weight
union suits, $2.25 values, on
sale at
$1.69
EXTRA EXTRA
To the first 100 people making a $2.00
purchase or over, Saturday, June 7th,
opening day of sale, we will sell a good
house broom, worth today over $1.25, for
the small sum of 10c.
(Only one to a customer)
Good House Broom, ioc
3
Men's, genuine B. V. D.
union suits, worth $2 today,
will be sold at
$1.19
Men's $1.25 ribbed Bhirts
and drawers, Haines' brand,
on sale per garment
79c
Men's $2 dress shirts,
newest and best styles, will
be sold at
$1-39
, Men's best $1.25 negligee
dress shirts to go on sale at
79c
Men's best $2.50 bib over
alls, extra special at
$1.69
Men's 6 So heavy wool sox,
extra special at
39c
Men's regular $3.50 wool
shirts to gi on sala at
$2.19
Men's $3.50 P. Q. A.
union suits will be sold at
$1.98
Regular $1.60 table linen
to go on sale at per yard
89c
Let Nothing Keep You Away from this Sale. Come!
T A B E R' 5 STORE st0Snns
J- H. FLYNN
ST. HELENS, OREGON
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