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St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933, June 13, 1919, Image 10

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ReT. Albert Hisey wu a Portland
visitor on Wednesday.
R. Hartiman of the Goble neigh
borhood, waa in St. Helena Tuesday.
A. L. Morrla of Warren, waa here
Wednesday and made a call at the
Mist office.
Fred Herman, a prominent at
torney of Rainier, waa here Monday.
T. J. Fllppin. road supervisor in
the Rainier district, waa in St. Hel
ens Monday, on business connected
with his road work.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Frakea were
in St. Helens on Monday. WhUe
hero Mr. Frakes made the Mist of
fice a pleasant call.
Marion B. Meacham, a Portland at
torney, waa here the first of the
week in the interest of the Carleton
Lewis estate.
Dr. W. E. Welch was among the
Rainier folk who were here Monday.
Dr. Welch has practiced medicine in
Rainier for a number of years with
marked success.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Demlng ana
Miss Eugenia Deming left Sunday
morning for the Nehalem. where
they will spend several days resting
and fishing.
Mrs. P. McGorty and children left
yesterday for Marshfield. Oregon. At
that place they will embark on the
steamer City of Topeka and proceed
to Eureka, California, for a few
months visit with relatives.
Mrs. M. F. Haien spent several
days this week with relatives tu
Judge White waa in Portland Wed
nesday in conference with the high
way commission.
A. L. Stone went to Portland on
Wednesday to attend the Grand
Lodge of the Masonic order.
Mr. Kent Tichenor of Portland
visited his sister, Mrs. H. E. LaBare
Mrs. Walter Jewett of Portland
waa a week end guest at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. LaBare.
The steamer Wapama left out
Monday night bound for San Pedro.
A cargo of 950,004 feet of lumber,
and three large boilers was carried,
and the vessel's passenger accommo
dations were all taken.
The county court has authorized
the construction of a four-foot stone
wall along the river bank at the rear
of the court house. An iron picket
fence will be placed on the top of the
wall which will prevent children
walking on it.
George Hp.11. an attorney of Port
land, was attending court here on
Wednesday. Mr. Hall taught school
in St. Helens 20 years ago and re
members Fred Watkins, Gene Miles
and others as belonging to his list of
model pupils.
Rees R. Hall, wife and daughter
spent the week end with Mr. and
Mrs H. E. Abry. Rees is now located
at McMlnnvllle, Oregon, having re
aio1 thA merited nrnmotlon of be
ing appointed manager of the Stand
ard Oil Company Drancn in wiui
Dr. Peel and H. J. Southard at
tended the Masonic tircnd Lodge in
Portland this week.
Dr. J. H. Flynn, H. E. Abry and
John L. Storla motored to Portland
Tuesday to see the Hose show.
George W. Gearhart, a prominent
attorney of Portland, was here on
legal business Tuesday.
W. H. Powell of Portland came
down In his car Wednesday to at
tend a session of the circuit court.
Mrs. Virgil Stevens and daughter
left Tuesday morning for Portland
to take In the sights of the Rose
The high school alumni went on k
picnlo to Columbia Beach Saturday
night. A delightful time was report
ed. Mrs. Carl Chrlstensen and two
sons of Laramie, Wyoming, are hero
on a visit to Mrs. Christensen's sis
ter, Mrs. J. T. Taber.
Sirs. Charles Wheeler and Mrs.
Roy Gill were among those from St.
Helens who took In the Rose festival
Glenn R. Metsker expects to go to
Seattle today to be In attendance at
the commencement exorcises of the
University of Washington.
Mrs. Elmer T. Conell of Deer Is
land, was in St. Helens on Wednes
day. Mrs. Connell Is an active mem
ber of the Deer Island school board.
P. C. Boysen of Apiary, was here
Wednesday on business. Mr. Boysen
has for a number of years been a
booster for better schools In his dis
trict. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lope and
daughter left Wednesday morning
for Portland where they will visit
friends and relatives for several
The stork, stopped at the home 01
Mr. and Mrs. A. Frisendahl of Col
umbia City on June 8, and left a
baby boy. Tho mother and little
one are getting on nicely.
' Richard Hobbs, who has been vis
ttinsr his sister. Mrs. Wlllard Marsh
at Mohler, Oregon, for the past two
weeks, returned to St. Helens Mon
day night.
Mrs. Harold Broughton and daugh
ter, accompanied by Mrs. Brougli
ton's mother, Mrs. L. Fray of Eugene
arrived Tuesday. Mrs. Broughton
has been in Portland for sometime.
Miss Beatrice Adams left for
Portland Tuesday morninc to
bark on the steamer City of Topeka
for Eureka, California, where sho
W. T. Brow, mayor of Apiary, was
here Thursday.
Mrs. SuHie KeM wade a pleasure
trip to Portland T!'13'-
M. It. Wagner, a pioneer painter
of Raluier. was here Monday.
Mrs Von A. Gray and children are
in Portland on a visit to relatives.
Mrs A. S HarrUon Is among the
St. Melons people visiting Portland
t0 Jack Thatcher is In Portland to
day viewing the sights of I'to Victory
Festival. . ...
Mrs. 8. E Lynch and MIhs hdtia
Lynch aro visiting friends In Port
land. . , ,
Mrs A. F. Burnett was In Rainier
two days this week, visiting her
The ste-.mer Wakeena will sail
tonight for San Pedro. Her cargo
of lumber amounts to 1.000.00 feet.
Laurens Pavles returned home
from Salem Thursday, where he has
been attending Willamette univer
sity. Mr. and Mrs. O. Lund of Warren
are shopping In St. Helens today. Mr.
Lund Is an old subscriber of the
Thos. M. Farquar, connected with
the quartermaster department at
Port Stevens, is spending a few day
in St. Helens on a vacation.
The steamer Cclllo arrived today
and is taking on a cargo of lumber
for delivery at San Pedro and Sun
, Victor Furer of Rainier, at ono
time the champion athlete among
the high schools of the county, came
up from Kilnier this morning.
Thursday evening, after the regu
lar session, tho Rebecca lodge ten
dered Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Aamand
who were married last week, a re
ception. Yes. of course there will be an
other dance at the Skating Kink Sat
urday night. Tho same good music
end good management which makes
our dances so enjoyable. advt.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Russell went
to Boaverton Wednesday to attend
the closing exercises of St. Mary's
Institute, and see Miss Helen KuhboII
receive her eighth grado diploma.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell also visited In
Portland before returning to St.
H. B. Freeland of the Mist forco,
left hat night for Salem, his former.
home. lien ho returns, he will be I
Garments are a practical
suit for the mechanic, Z
farmer, the auto driver and
mother finds them
durable for the boyi Si
i win u years in boyitolj
m men in Stock.
Here te a beautiful no. Iw1ll
ard prefectlon of designlngS
and prefectlon of deslioini
It's a value that w are proud
offer at a time whn tht mint
economy to buy a poor or thm
ahoa at an Hi,.. "
Patent, Brown Kid and UUck tu
In mtnfir
Soda Fountain and Ice
Cream Parlor
Tomorrow we will open to the public our Ice
Cream Parlor and Soda Fountain- We have in
stalled a fine Soda Fountain and are prepared
to serve you. We handle the
in bricks or bulk,
We will be pleased to serve
St. Helens Bakery
J. E. RAMSEY, Proprietor
I Special Prices
On Just the Articles You Need
at This Season of the Year
Garden Hose Screen Doors
Screen Windows Garden Tools
Lawn Mowers Fly Traps
Keep your Fruit and Flowers free from insects.
We have an excellent SPRAYER that we are making
X a special on price 45c
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Shelf Hardware Heavy Hardware, Building Material
Oil Stoves and every other article that is kept in
a first-class hardware store.
will spend some time with her moth-ia bendlct, as ho will be 'married on
cr, .u r. j. o. oicmanus.
mr. uaiuuz mvrevold, a manu
facturer of wcolcn products it
inirstiana, Norway, was a visitor
last week at the home of Mrs. Anna
Paulsen. Mr. Havrevold Is a broth
er-in-law of Mrs. Paulsen.
N. D. Cool, a merchant at Drain,
u re son, spent several days this week
in St. Helens with his old friend c
D. Dean. Prior to their meeting this
ween, mr. uean and Mr. Cool had
not seen each other for 37 years.
A miscellaneous Bhower was given
at me nome of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Alien Saturday afternoon for Mr
ana Mrs. Harry Richardson. The
many friends of this young couplk.
remeniocrea mem generously on the
Subscribe forTHEMISTperyear,$r
Miss Elizabeth Philips and Misses
Alice and Anna Quick expect to leave
tomorrow for Vancouver, B. C,
where they will visit a brother of
Miss Philips. They will also spend
several days at Alta Lake before re
turning to St. Helens.
Banker Sherman Miles has bought
me iewis place on the Warren-St.
Helens road. There Is a beautiful
residence on the place, a large barn
and other improvements. The place
tuumniB aDoui tu acres. It is said
mat Miles paid 120,000 for the
" Dr. Thompson's examination
fcsK4 of the eye is as perfect as
skill, science and years of
experience can devise. A specially
ground lens for each Individual caBe.
When your oculist falls, consult him.
Next visit, Wednesday, June 25th.
Mr. T. E. McCroskey, executive
secretary of tho Salem commercial
c!ub, will address tho members'
meeting of the Chamber of Com
merce on Wednesday evening, June
18th, 8:00 p. m. at the city hall. Mr.
McCroskey Is a thorough going busi
ness man, a forceful, interesting and
practical speaker and no doubt a
a large crowd will hear him.
Prof. B. R. King, who was super
intendent of the St. Helens schools
during the past school year, left for
Ms home at Sherwood Saturday
Mr. King has not decided as to
whether he will continue In school
work or engage In some other busi
ness. The many friends that he
made while in St. Helens wish him
success In whatever work he may un
dertake. -
Charles Brown, after 18 months
service with the U. S. army In
France, has returned to St. Helens.
Mr. Brown enlisted In the 20th En
gineers and was soon sent to France.
On account of his previous exper
ience in police duty, he was made a
military police and served in such !
capacity during the war. How well j
he did his duty is attested by the fact1
that he was promoted to sergeant.
Dr. Emit Enna will take a vaca
tion during July and August. He
has had a very large class this sea-1
son in St. Helens and will return to !
St. Helens again after September
lBt. The annual students recital will '
take place In the fall when the new .
school house Is finished, so an ap
propriate hall can be obtained. This '
finishes Dr. Enna'a fifth season in i
this city and some splendid pianists j
are counted among his students.
Sunday to a popular young lady ot
Salem. Fronland onjoys the distinc
tion of being the tallest printer In
Oregon. He is 6 feet 61'iches and Is
Just as good ?. irlnter as cm be
found in Oregon.
Jack Urle arrived home from Eng
lnnd on May 30. Jack believes he
was a very fortunate man In being
able to win an English girl for a wife.
Mrs. Trie arrived at St. Helens one
week before her hushind. A recep
tion was held In their honor at the
home of Mrs. J. II. Urle on Satur
day evening, ehout 30 guests belnk
present. Mr. Trie waa a member of
the 701 Motor Transport company,
but owing to an attack of pneumonia
wr.s in an English hospital for some
tlmo and after bolng returned to
duty was stationed in England, so
never reached Frrica or the big bat
tle grounds.
General Land Office, Washington
D. C. Muy 27. 1919.
Notice is hereby given that sub
ject to the conditions and limitations
of the Act of June 9, 191 (39 Stat.,
218), and the Instructions of the
Secretary of the Interior of Septem
ber 15, 1917. the timber on the fol
lowing lunds will be sold July 16
1919, nt 10 o'clock a. m., at public
auction at the I'nited States land of
flee at Portland, Oregon, to the high
est bidder at not less than the ap
pralBed value as shown by this
notice, salo to be subject to the ap
proval of the Secretary of the In
terior. The purchase price, with an
additional sum of one-fifth of one
per cent thereof, being commissions
allowed, must be deposited at time
of sale, money to be returned If aalu
is not approved, otherwise patent will
issue for the timber which must be
removed within ten years. Illds will
be received from citizens of th
United States. ftHAOPlntifina ......
"?,,.M,d corporations organized
under the laws of the United States
or any state, territory or district
ouXi,n,.ly- .L'POn '''cation of a
quai led purchaser, the timber on
any offer , T M,, "'clu,le '
any offer of a larger unit.
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at St Helens after September
1st 1919. Any communications
to be sent to E07 Bush u.l
Lane Building. Portland, 0re
Ask Your Boy
Where was the Salvation
Army Lassie?
"She was right on the job1
And now. back home In the byways and hlddts
places where misery always lives, whert 1
mother needs a home, where men. women and
children are on the downgrade, sht'i itOl
The quota assigned to Columbia County Is 3,00
The district from Goble to the Clatsop Countf
line will subscribe f 1,000 and from Goble to th
Multnomah County line, $J,000.
The members of the Elk Lodge who reside U
Columbia County and who have charge of M
drive, feel confident that Columbia County W
uphold Its reputation of being the first "over tnt ,
top" and will subscribe liberally to aid In thU
noble work.
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