ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. JUNE 20, 1919
jlrthodlNt K)ll' Church
m ifltn and Houlton
I' ai Helen
Lnday School. 10:00 a. m.
S ltartlM, 11:00 a. iu.
rarer Mi'""n """
. ' nrvlce. 2:00 D. m.
Keel for morning will be "Your
hUUJ' ..ul.-n M..n'.
loouductwl by the mn of the con-
Wlon They xiu pocmi in -utlon
to l""lr frlmnd to attend
r. ..!. iimlr friend with thorn.
fi cordial welcomo await you lit
r "Tim Friendly Church."
Lfffplli Iy Advcntlut Cliunh
Went Ht. Iloloni
Voiular service held on Butui
Lbath School, 10:45 a m.
Sort con rollowuiK ii inuun;.
M'Mkly ruyer mooiiiii, nrcuun.
7:45 p. w.
II. M KNIGHTON, Elder.
T. LAWS, I'eucon.
'or Halo Wagon, plow, two
b cultivator, 1 torn alfalfa Imy
I loaJs or wood; nlo HoUteln
ieow. W. II. McWhlnnejr, iloul-
'or Hunt 70 acre of the beat
iur In Columbia county, or will
t In caltlft by hnnd. Allurt I.ar
( Warren, Or -kom. I'hona I0IK11.
or 8al -Cheap If taken oon.
troom Iioiih.i uml three lot In
81. Helena, two block fro n.
W.one block from Columbia )i Ik ti
lt . G. lllurn 27-28-21
boct.-.l Wo will noil nt bargain
i two pure lirtnl lli-rkahlre ion,
or lull r.irmw, Ida each. Them,
hare each hnd one litter, bring
I, itruwthy pig, r.re In rood
billon ami urn offered at practical-
or prtci'K r we Imve a larire
tr or kIKh to bo matured thin
Thli 3d will apnenr but once
ton lterkhlrH Co., Warren. 27
fr Sale Air motor, 40-foet atenl
r, baa never been uied. Thli
oaraam. r. ('. Jacobten, Bach
Flat, Warren, P. O. 16tf
rSale or Trmlo Two thorough
Holateln hull ralvei; alio aoniu
I Holnteln freah m I v.n.
Ithaere, Wnrren, Oregon. 2 111
pr Sale Seven room houie. rork
K Pe .',00 00 will handle It.
ae box 667, SI. Helena, Oro. 27-41
(of 8ale llurhnnk and Proilurnr
Potatoea. '. f!. .timhaiin
elor Flat (Wnrren P. O.). 16tf
IlntiMota Klntt Seed Corn for a.ile.
me oeat ami moat aultahle for
Wctlon of thn rnunlrv P ri
I'M. Warn-n, Oregon. lilt
lur Sale One threo comprrtmont
'" '"' " an new. original
h Will aoll for $20. One
MefrlBer.iior, a bargain at $10.
iwi rini hliow caao, one pool
I ?.nd niiA lilll.l i.i.i. .i . - .
lU L. I raxler, Bt. Helena. I'h6ne
or Sale sko u,., n,.,A
h for drying fruit at' 20 centf
r opiy to c. A. Kotch, I)or
fiiil?tty fooin here We
I-oroou rrnnioa, brood and
P oundatlon, aectlona. amokera.
Qo . " """ Cnrrlnn-
wle (Itoiihen I. O.). 26-28
fc-hn or, Trnde-A Ford aelf-
Iij , ' nmcirio motor:
""u lor anyuiing.
krmlrt i """ Joung cowa, 2
k r j I an" 1 -yonr-old
f "'", warren. J'hone
iST AND FOUND
Irivml ii . i 7' . i
k en. l '"""1" co. ""
i :"rn 10 eer of
Nion. k i ;,w,!r'l ?. -
Kot. , vvarron,
fhlnar "an 10 "o 6 aerea ot
Kb Or y 10 u- w- M"ten,
te'i'T,? .,':k. horrloa
m;u..for. c. J. Larson.
"arren m '""ji. . u. iar-
n-'VaoH1)" 0n aPP- "cur
St. Helena.' 18tf
OUR BOYS OVER THERE
(Copyright Western Newspaper Union)
Salvation Army Lassie Meeting Soldiers at New York Dock with
Hot Coffee and Doughnuts
Understanding the Salvation Army What It Is and Why
WHAT IS THE SALVATION ARMY?
A religious body with two functions evangelistic, which is primary, and social relief, made necessary by the evangelistic and giving per
manency to its most important results.
Founded by the late General William Booth, London, 1865, first known as "The Christian Mission;" present name adopted 1878.
Name derived from fact that the Army works for salvation of mankind, by the grace of God, from all forms of moral, spiritual and temporal
distress. Form of government military ; tacitics militant and aggressive.
BY WHAT LEGAL AUTHORITY DOES THE SALVATION ARMY EXIST IN THE UNITED STATES?
Act of legislature, State of New York: "An Act to Provide for the Incorporation of the Salvation Army," Chapter 468 became law
April 28, 1899. Incorporated in California in 1915.
IS THE SALVATION ARMY LEGALLY ENTITLED TO RECEIVE GIFTS AND BEQUESTS FOR CHARITABLE PURPOSES?
Yes- By section one of the act of incorporation. '
WHO ARE THE TRUSTEES?
The Commander, Chief Secretary and Treasurer of the Salvation Army in the United States, ex-officio, with two officers or two lay
members selected by these three.
$2000 IN ONE HALF OF A DAY
The members of the Elks Lodge who live in the St. Helens territory are going to raise $2000 in one-half day.
This is the quota assigned to the district. Every American citizen who appreciates what the soldiers did, appreciates -what
the SALVATION ARMY DID FOR THE SOLDIER. Columbia County citizens appreciate this and are
going to help the Salvation Army "CARRY ON."
The Drive will start on Monday morning, June 22. If a good Elk does not happen to call on you so you will
have the privilege of contributing to this GREAT WORK, go to either the FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ST.
HELENS OR THE COLUMBIA COUNTY BANK OR THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SCAPP.QOSE
AND MAKE YOUR SUBSCRIPTION.
The Salvation Army Did Not Quit. Our Boys Over There Did Not Quit.
THE ELKS OF OREGON WILL NOT QUIT
until Oregon has subscribed the full amount asked by the Salvation Army.
C. E. WADE, Chairman OSWALD DEMING, Secretary
Home Service Campaign, June 22-30
THE SALVATIOH ARIvIY;
"A Man May be Down, but He's Never Ouf' Creed of the Salvation Army Workers
and . my Llac
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