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ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1919 r, MIST MISTINGS J J. E. Carver spent Sunday with friends In Portland. Mrs. E. A. Crouse visited friends In Portland during the week. Mr. and Mrs. L. Decker spent the week end with friends In Portland.. Dr. and Mrs. Hall of Portland vis ited Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Scott Sun day. A. J. McConnell was In St. Helens Thursday and while here called at the Mist office. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Borge of Port land were week end euesta of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Scott. W. B. DUlard wont to Astoria to day on business. Mr. Dillard thinks that Astoria has a bright future. Mr. and Mrs. Edison Ballagh and children are spending a week in Seattle and other Washington cities Mr. and Mrs. Roy GUI returned Sunday night from Portland where they visited with relatives for several davs. Mr. and Mrs. James Wakefield of Stanley, Alberta, are here on a visit to their friends, Mr. and Mrs. is. u. Ditto. Mrs. H. B. Scott, whe spent sever al days with friends In Portland this week, returned home Thursday evening. Mrs. James Ellison and Mrs. J. S. Bothwell were In Portland Wednes day, going up on the early morning motor bus. Judge Martin White went to ClatBkanle Monday morning to look over road projects in that section of the county. Charles Lake and wife left Satur day morning for Seattle, where they will spend a few days with friends and relatives. Arnold Hobbs arrived In St. Hel ens Sunday from Bremerton, having received his honorable discharge from the navy. N. E. Hoover, of the contracting firm of Hover & McNeil, returned to St. Helens Wednesday, r.fter several days spent in Corvallls. The Woman's club will meet at the library next Tuesday, it being the last meeting of the year. All members aro urged to attend. Mrs. A. B. Lake left last week for Jackson, Minnesota, her former home, and will spend part of the sum mer with relatives at that plr.ee. Edward Brough of Rainier, was here Thursday. Mr. Brough returned from France a few. weeks ago where 'he was In the service for several months. Wade Rutherford, who attended high school at Spokane last year, came home last Friday. Wade will probably attend school in St. Helens next year. The Red Cross chapter will give tea at the M. E. church on Thursday, June 26. Mrs. J. G. Giellnghnm ot Portland will be tho speakor for the occasion. Louis Fluhrer and family of May ger stopped In St. Helens for a short time Monday, on their return from Portland. Order Your Automobile Now We expect to begin making deliveries early in July of The Greater Maxwell, Hudson, Chalmers and Essex Cars You should place your orders now, as the first orders filed will be the first orders filled Some of the Features of The Greater Maxwell Hot Spot and Ramshorn. ' Improved Electric System which con serves batteries. Improved and Reliable Starter Better Top and Upholstery. Better Cushions. Dry Universals prevents back lashing saves trouble and expense. Gas Tank in Rear of Car Stewart Vacuum Feed. New Radiator which .greatly improves body lines. Our new service sta'don, with a full stock of parts will be open for business by July 1st, at our garage near S. P. & S. depot. J. H. FLYNN PHONE 138-J ST. HELENS, ORE. "sail' nr. Otto Brockhaus of Deer Island was here Wednesday on business. J. W. McDonald made a buslnes trip' to Vancouver on Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. L. 0. Ross were vis iting friends in Portlund Sunday. Mrs. W. B. Dillard went to Port lund Tuesday for a visit with friends. E. A. Ross was In Portland on Wednesday buying furniture for his store. Mrs. Effle Brown returned from Portland Wednesday where she had been visiting friends. H. E Abry was at Ralnlor Tuosday looking ovor the road work in that district. Frank Wilklns Is at West port for a protracted visit, where Mrs Wilklns Is spending the summer. i Carl Rodgers, tfter spending a week in Portland. Is sgalu working for the Mist. Cr.rl Is a nocessary ndditlon to tho MUt's torco. Harrv Thorn returned to St. Hel ens Wednesday from overseas. Harry like all of our boys who have come back, presents a fine appearance. A. E. Austin went to Woodburn Tuosday to romain for a few days. Mr, Austin is the proprietor of a large dry goods store at Woodburn. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gillette of Woodburn, friends of A. E. Austin and family, were here for a short time Tuesday, on tholr way to Sea side. Mr. John Boyd and family have arrived In St. Helens from Michigan. They will reside here, Mr. Boyd hav ing accepted the position ot engineer at the quarry. Ernest John, connected with tho Standard Oil company, was here on his reguTar trip Monday. Mr. John Is a former St. Helens boy and is making good. Misses Gladys, Beatrice and Edith ' Lake left Sunday night for Confl ! dence, California, where they will spend sometlmo with their aunt, i Mrs. L. H. Jasper. The following ladies of St. Helens I attended the grand chapter of the ; Eastern Star In Portland last week: ' Mesdames Day, Slen, Southard, Isbls- i ter. Crouse and Owen. I Superintendent Allen Is overhaul- lng the annual reports of the school i clerks of the various school district I and he says that he finds the greater number of them correct. I Mrs. A. F. Harnett returned from I Rainier Tuesday evening. Mrs. Bar- nett will assist In the program that will be given at the Rainier Sweet Pea show In the near future. Mimnn Dltlarif nlnfA hnnl .lnBn has been busy as one of the helpers t County Surveyor VanOrshoven has to have in order to keen uo with the i volume of work he has on hand. Miss Gertrude Phillips, who has been visiting her parents at Lone I Beach for the past two weeks, has .Alt A.I , C . Il.l. . . t uiui udii iu ot. nuieuB ana renumeu her duties In the sheriff's office. Yes, there will be a dance at the Skating Rink on both next Wednes day and Saturday evenings. Good music and the sMne geed floov management will be In order, adv Mrs. Edward Boulby. who was i taken to a Portland hosDital Tues day and operated on for appendicitis, Is getting along nicely, according to Information received by Mr. Boulby Mrs. Charles R. Wilson and daughters. Ruby. Mary, Holen and Cella, motored down from Aberdeen Wednesday and spent the nlrhi win. Mrs. Isblster on their way to Port land. Miss Llvla Johnson stopped over on her way frbm San Francisco to her home in Clatskanle on Monday lu ner Dromer, John Johnson mms jonnBon spent the last nine monms in California. Mrs. John Farr of Warren was In oi. ruMtjiia juesaay. Mrs. rr i. an enthusiastic worker for the War- icu granite ana ail other affairs that tend to the betterment of the com munity In which she lives rror. von Eschen of WillMnette university, spent Wednosday night In St. Helens and while here called on somo of the recent graduates from the high school in an endeavor to Interest them in Willamette. Washington Muckle was In town Thursday morning from his ranch and reported fire crops in his com munity. Mr. Mucklo Is ono of the pioneers of Columbia county and Is a successful farmer at this tluo William Perry returned from th O. A. C. last Friday, where he had been attending school. Mr. Perry will leave for California this week o enter an officers' training school to remain- until the first of Septem- Soda Fountain and Ice Cream Parlor Is now in operation. We would be glad to serve you with the best of ice cream and soda fountain drinks. We handle the FAMOUS WHITE CLOVER ICE CREAM Saturday Specials 3 10c Loaves Bread - Mocha Cake, Chocolate Layer Cake, Angle Food Cake and Home Made Candy St. Helens Bakery J. E. RAMSEY, Proprietor 25c J. E. Ramsey was in Portland yes terday on business. ,,, Mrs Eucine lUaVei-loy Is visiting her sisier at "itllamook. Fred Ketel was In Portland Wed nesday on pleasure and business. Mrs. C. Wesley Phillips was Portland visitor Monday. Mrs. S t Morton and Misses Vir ginia and Marlon Morton were visit ing In Portlund Wednesday. The Mist has received an Invitation . h nremint at the commencement xorclBes of the North Pacific Dental .iin.a nn June 2iU. mr. jwmh Demlng't namo appears on the list i of those who will be grartuaiou in pharmacy. Mr. Demlng is a St. Helens boy. The St. Helena Lumber company has transferred Hoy GUI irom i juir, yard force to the office force and he Is now In charge of the locul sales department. succeeding Charles Wheeler, who was made manager of, the St. Helens Dock & Terminal company. Rev. J. S. Mowory and wife are In Portland arranging for a prolong ed visit In the east. Mr. Mowery will attend tho general conference of the Wesleyan Mothodlst church at Fairmont, Indiana and then meet Mrs. Mowory at Soneca. Ohio, where they will remain until next March. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ilrodle of Ore gon City, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Morton. Mr. Hrodle Is publish er of the Morning Enterprise and Is one of the most prominent news paper men In the state. Ills friends are urging him to become a candi date for secretary of state at the next state election. MIbs Edrle Lellure has accepted the position of local news and society editor of the Mist. Beginning Mon day, June 23rd, MIbs Lellare will be In the Mist office and will be glad to meet hor friends there. The Mist feels that It is to be congratulated on i securing the services of MIbs l.ellare and feels sure that she will help to Improve the nows columns of the Mint. ! Henry Harrison, who Is down on the Mexican border, has sent homi-i some souvenirs from Mexico. Ile writes that they are having a great i deal of trouble down there. Last week he was In the saddle for mor than twenty hours at one time and on their return to cump, they noticed a number of doad Mexicans beside the way. Mrs. S. G. McKee and son, Alva,, left last Sunday for Gatnsvllln, Mts-j sourl, where they will visit Mrs. Mc Kee's parents, Mr. and Mtb. Joseph Simmons. Mrs. McKco will also visit other relatives In Kansas and lows' before she returns, September 1st. During Mrs. McKee's absence, friends will lock after Mr. McKee. i Kathleen Scott celebrated her set ! ond birthday with a party for eight lads and lasHles and their mothers, j The luncheon table was decorated In pink, a large Kewple doll formed the centerpiece, surrounded by four plnkj shaded candles. The guests were Alleen Cronklte, Virginia Sutherland,' Irene Ingham, Mi I r ley StanwoodJ Helen Stone, John Ross r.nd Glut, Childs.. Hugh Henry of Portland, manager' of the Columbia County Fire Patrol i association, was here this week with' Chief Deputy King Mr. Henry says the association appreciates tho care and caution token by the Columbia ' county people last season In the pre vnntlon of forest fires and he hopes i that this year there will be no fnreHi I f'res to destrov the taxable wealth! oi i.oiumnia county. Wint St. Helens News Miss ElHle Morley Is visiting friends at Yamhill. Lumber Is being hauled for the construction of a bridge over Milton Creek on the new roulo of the high way. Miss Wlnnlfred Dummlt of Cnth lamet and E. M. Helon of Tiniiii ere visiting at the homo of Mr. nnd i mm. a. i. ft.iian. Mesdames Morley, Anderson, Kel ley and Ooodman attended the Wood craft convention in Portlnnd, Tues day and Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Graham has returned from Portland after a week s visit there. Mr. Graham is serving as a federal grand Juror in Portland Arlle Morris, who Is taking an electrical course In one of tho Port land schools. Is at home on a short visit Arllo expects to enlist In the merchant marine service Rev I). M. Hlghee and family arrived here Inst week from Madns "? ,?reJow 0CCI'PylK the parsonage of the Free Methodist church. Mr Igbee will serve the church men'. Honed as pastor. Emmott Williams, who enlisted in the navy In November, 1917, Is now on tho transport, Wlllmlmlna, form erly a boat plying hnlweeu Ssn Fnn made 7? '!ono1"1''- Kmimrtt hns J ? trP" oobs the Atlantic and hack. Ho hopes to ho able to come home to stay soon I nonert McQueen, who rU.i MaHler Clyde Dulo of Portland It Hpeudlng a week with hie uncle, K. L. Morley. Quite number of the voters on this aide ot town attended the school meeting fit tho city hull Monday evening. There seems to be general satisfaction because of the election of Mr. La Hare ond Mrs. George. Miles' Gensmr.n, one of Uncle Rum's cavnlrymen, stationed at Douglas. Arizona. Is at home on 30 dr.y furlough. Hlnre he enlisted In the service about two yerrs ago, Miles has spent the greater pert of that time along the Mexican border and has found life full of Incident there. .. I..-. ST. HELENSWOMAf Mre. Julia Ann QWl0 ' Wedneaday at her bom ui' i. ft .hort nines, V1 on was 61 y.r. , "H we bi yotr . -. ume ot ner doath. u.r H N uiuerson ami ti, t children survive h. Vlt Whit, of K.lama. WishR Irvln, Harold, jJl T?' . and Joe of Bt. iiei,,; KJ k Icos were conducted b a!1 on of Warren and hTLiM ma iraar is and !....,- " rnoon. Thm afternoon. This is a White Season White shoes are more popular than ever before and we anticipate the greatest white season in the history of this store. We have prepared for the hot days and recommend an Utz & Dunn white cloth pump, oxford or shoe for real comfort and sensible style. Make your selection while the stocks are complete and be ready with your shoes. AUSTIN' hi Charles Allen Laws name appear.-. ?h o6 V." th08e fadutlng from the Pacific Dental college this week In Portland. Dr. Laws Is a St. Hel ens boy and his friends will be pleat ed to congratulate hlra upon his BUCC688. L. A. Austin has returned from saiem, where he was attending Wil lamette university, making up some work that he lost while In the serv ice of Uncle 8am. Mr. Austin will ass'st his father in the store during his vacation. s Dr. Thorn DSOn's Mllmlnallnn WJV V Pertoct as; me coast survey service . - nv.oiiuo una years of Binuonea at .Vc,iau;n Can aevise A specially ground lens for each Individual case SlwVurU,"8t falls- e0"8"" him. w- White, who is at the head of the commercial department of the Franklin high school In Portland was here for a short time Wednes day Mr White was formerly con nected with the St. Helens school and was also a practicing attorney here at one time. ""mey hhrtUy Rb0,,t ,W 5',nr,, !vol his discharge recently nnd , ow , ; Klllinrt In Jumlcn. hut .. come homo for a visit within the next three months. Crr. .Y11""""1 I" stationed a. fn? V" h"8 hfif!n Wfi" ni Ro- e?eMnrMC0 ""J hft8 ron"' In teresting there. Vet he will he Rnd. ens In .Ca?,?mo back 10 st. U,l ceivea Hr.turdny, ho wrlii- i i rnav rni 1,1 .... "V wrllLb '.i ho nV ;.V "'" u,cr60 in the v 'UlUIC, LIBERTY THEATRE Home ot Good Pictures FRIDAY, JI NK 'Ht GERALDINE FARRAR IN "TEMPTATION" and the two-reel Comedy, "Htup Luke and IJtraH H.ATl IIDAY, JI NK 81 EMMY WEIILEN IN "THE HOUSE OF COLD and two-reel Comedy HIWDAV, JI NK DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in "Say. Young Fellow' Also two-reel Comedy MONDAY, JINK Xi J. Stuart Blackton in 'THE WORLD FOR SALF and a two-reel Comedy TIKHDAY, JINK at Fannie Ward in "The Evening of Sally Temp' Also a two-reel Comedy, "The lt lfcllle very WKIt.NKMDAY, Jl'NK OLIVE THOMAS in "TAT0N One of the most fascinating photo plays of the day. Tk li lovable little devil of the screen Heal life In tho Utln qJ L A story of the Paris that was. The boy that bore WW" I hate. You may have seen Olive Thomas In many V plays, but you will never aee her to greater advsntsis , this dual role of mother and son. A play that will oW'T entranced to the lust charming Scene. Horn to ths W bred by an Apache. Ikm't miss seeing Olive ThomM i ;'Ta. on." June 25th. No extra charge. . - V TlllltHDAY, JL'NK 2U J SESSUE HAjYAWAKA in "BONDS OF HONO? g 1 Comedy and Scenic k If you are n doubt as to any of the NAZIMOVA Plf.urf f anyone who saw her In ' Eye for Kye." Her next picture t. . tiiuiion., - nere July 2nd. ALVA SMITH. Manager LIBERTY THEATRE HOME SWEET HOME ErtGU&rf JONtCACCUMUUTES argon t) Hfc(?e to hold A RUMMA&e SALE n fcyt-gy wee I l O - 1 I 7 r 1,'! -P' 'jTAROMMAse SALE 1 " ' : 1 , N Hey ',' vjhei? y0U Go.n' wth that! 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