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!:'! ( I I'M 1 1 ?! 1 1 M n ! t it . a t . i l V) ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1919 DEER ISLAND Walter B. Freeman was a business visitor to Portland Tuesday. Mrs. Clyde Hansen and children were St. Helens visitors Monday. The thermometer registered Jl In the shad Monday at 7 p. m. Mrs. Harry Kyle went to Portland Monday to be cone several days. Mrs. .Adah Adams and daughter Florence went to Portland Saturday. Deer Island sports a real drinking fountain and three gasoline stations. Mrs. C. F. Brown and little son spent several days in Portland last . week. Mrs. Charles Brown went to Port land Saturday to visit Miss Dick ThelhoH. Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard of Port- uuu TiBiieu wua Air. ana Airs. Hi. 1 Connell Tuesday. o Mrs. Minnie Hollis of Astoria, is visiting ner sister, Mrs. W. E. Clark, no oiner relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bush Gilbert Coop . and Marion Andreas made a wee end trip tor Mount Hood. Miss Alice Schoengran, who has been the house guest of Mrs. Bert Aaams, returned to Portland Satur day. . Mr. and Mra. J A Vnni, ...t grandson, Kieth Hall of Marshfield, uregun, visiiea last week with Mr and Mrs. C. H. English. Mrs. Mae Seffert vhn h,. tion in Portland, spent several days ' u"ue mis last week, visiting her parents and friends. Mr. O. McConnell is putting in an up-iu-uaie gas station. Mr. McCon nell has recently mmnictuj door Ice cream parlor which fills a iuui ten want. . Mrs. B. J. Keelan was taken to the Portland sanitarium last Sunday In a verr bad conditinn with tism, but at this writing is improving Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Keelan returned from their honeymoon trip . and will be at home to their frtendw In their new bungalow built for them v mo utjor isiana lagging com pany's works. The Warren Construction company uiuiuia us mat Dy Saturday evening we will have a paved road through Deer Island, which will be greatly oiiiurciaieu, as we nave had dus three times a day and then soma Mr. Clapperton, bookkeeper for "r laiana lagging company, " " uiuuoru Dungaiow llnlshed and family moved in. Mr ri..r,.. ton expects to make his home at Deer isiauu ior some time. Dr. and Mrs. Golden of Spokane, and Miss Grace McDonald of Van- uuuver, Yvasningtoi, fere . visiting with Mr. and Mrs. McDonald. Mrs. Golden and Miss McDonald are sis ters of Mr. McDonald. A Greek whose name as toot learned, had fain fnnt h.ji. at the Deer Island Logging company's , muum;. ur. wade was call ed and dressed the foot, sending him to a Portland hospital later. James Moran, who recently - re turned from service overseas wear- ilSf old 8trPes. nd his brotn er. Will, were guests at the Bert Adams home over Sunday. Jim Is at tending the summer school at O. A. ..Tllre w,n be a flnal meeting 01 the Deer Island Rural Telephone Company stockholders Monday, July 21. in Grange Hall at 8 p. m. Every subscriber is urged to be present that the business of the old company may be closed up. Mr B. F. Scoffern has been ap pointed station agent for the S P & S., at Deer Island. Mr. Scoffern comes llghly recommended, he hav ing served for several years as sta tion Inspector for the S. P. ft s al80 the Oregon Electric. Mrs. Scoffern. for the present, will stay on their rsnch near Oregon City. ' The Woman's club held their reg ular meeting at the home of Mrs W k Wednesday afternoon, July Sth. The usual good time was had. complimentary copies of the Oregon Woman's Magazine had been sent to our secretary and several Interes, ing readings were given from them, as well as some other Bplendld roll calls. A suggestion from the presi dent that the club have a two months vacation was promptly vetoed. The afternoon was pleasantly finished by a delicious lunch. j lumber for a company In that Leslie Mendenhal of WARREN Mrs. E. A. Harms spent a week with friends at The Dalles. Miss Eloise Harms visited with her aunt. Mrs. Ed Eirhnrt at The Dalles, last week. Haying Is about' completed and harvesting has begun. The crops are exceptionally good. Walker Farr and family of Can don, Oregon, are visiting his broth er, John Farr. They will be here about ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Egbert of Th Dalles, motored to the home of Mrs. Egbert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Harms, last week. They spent sev eral days there. A. L. Larson Is busy -.cpalrlng his threshing machines and setting the two crews in readiness for the fall work which he expects will be begun In about "two weeks. He has hereto fore had nnlv nna miithltiA hut V. a. , ' , ...- '""i creoies are reporteu 1 h 'JV a,U J1" ca"sedl enough to necessitate a demand fnr annlhAr mttflt Vnaah ... . . machine carrios a crew of our men Ing placo. Mr and Mrs Portland wr mem a of Her. and Mrs. McC'lure on Thursday and rn day of last week. . . . . . K..t..n anil Mr. ana airs, auruii iitvu J. M. Butler became members of the i. . a, . 1 .. .. r I. .. L u .i r ri Ktiar . ri I? It'll B U! lin V4 n.u . -a - Saturday evening. Mr. vnd Mrs. Walter Kdrls oi Tacoma, while spending a week lu Portland, camo out to Scappoose and celled on old friends. Mrs. A. llcatty entortslned nt din ner on Friday night, her sister, Mrs. E. Krause, and Mr. and Mrs. Tarango who motored from Portland. O. M. Washburn and J. W. Pome ray were elected delegates for the federation of churches association at a church meeting lant week. Sunday Services in the Congrega tional Church Morning Worship at 11:15 a. in.; Sabbiuh School nt 10:15 a. m.; Cl.rlstl.-ii Kudeavor, 7:00 t m.; Evening Service, 8 p. ni. All Invited. Rev. Vernon Cooke arrived home Sunday evening and was soon mak ing the acquaintance of his little son. Mr. Cooke has been ovorseas tc serv ice for 18 months r.nd had never seen his son. Mrs. R. F. Nlblock and the two boys must have known ahead the hot weather was about hero. Early Monday morning they packed up and went to Seaside, where the sea breezes are reponeu to no com enoueh to necessitate having fires while sitting around the house,. and will be engaged months. The members of the grango are preparing to give a stock show and arrangements are being- made to hold it on the 29th. All breeds ol FOR SALE 1 have a number of call" for farms of 5 aeres to 100 sores. If you havi a place to sell st a reasonable figure and on good lerms, 1 would like to l ave a list of It. L. 11. Riiihrrford. St. Helens, Oregon. 3 l-33--t For Sale Fivo big srowthy v.e.i't ling pigs. OreRon Uerkithlro Co., Warren. For Sal.) Kenlstered Jersey male calf G. W. Perry. Houlton. Oregon. 3 1 tf For Sale Three good young llol steln cows, soiling to make room for retrlitlered slock. Paul C. Aiiams, n 4 2, Warren. For Vetch hay. Apply Sher man Miles farm on St, llolons-War-ren road or at Columbia County Hunk. Is-tf For Sale Wogon, plow, two horse cultivator, I tons alfalfa hay and 8 loads of wood; nUo llolstoln milk cow. W. It. McWhlnuey, Houl ton, Oregon. Iltf For Halo or Trade Two thorough tired HoUioln bull calves; also soinu grade llolstuln fresh cows. J. Van derschuere, Warren, Oregon. Slit STRAYED I.ot A black and brown horse, with brand C and si.ir In forohead.! IVulvlia aliailli I1IIO lmu:wla Ton I nmienw, Hplttenlierg, Ore, 88-81. It ! LOST AND FOUND lAttt A No. It alsa gold watch. Walllmm movement, open' face. He turn, to Mist office and receive re ward. 11 31tf MISCELLANEOUS I For Sale Forty seres. and highly Improved jhhi cpuroii ouiioi-.lle inr dIhcb or. Wurren-!;t. Ileleii i i');ul. Call at Columliia County Hank or phone 102-F-15. Sherman M. Miles 31-lf Money to loan on approved secur ity. J. U. Godfrey, St. Helens. IStf Small Cost Quick Want Ads, Results Mist of TO A P0UND jooily dellclow h"7H U Is made ta,Sli Pld to qMnlUF- Sas1! One trTn,' St. Helens Co-Or furs rH ' creamery For resuit.,u, yjj. ma, .ii.iub ki uunu ." i v mi, w ,i ... v. .... ... The Chautauqua at Milwaukie, was Quo work horse. Also new potatoes .ii ......a ...ti. ....... . i . ... IOr SDOUl IWO: .11 raattraaalilu.1 U'lfll Kf -ntinoHtl folk Inst Sunday, several entire fami lies making the journey from here, some of whom were the DodHon's, Blatchford's. Washburn's, Iloladay's, DeGraff's, Laphsm's, and Pomeroy'b .lAilW will .-- T. 1 ... . ... . . . ... , "inoamiiou. rreu vv.ia very aeugtiuui, sociauie snu pro Bomel will represent the Holstelns; f liable time has been reported from P. C. Jacobson the Jerseys; A. H j all around. Tarbell the Shorthorns; K. F. Lar- Dr. B. Blatchford met with a very bou, me graaes ana tnorouglibrea serious accident earlv Tuem av miscellaneous; Washington Muckle, some rancy young stock he has; o. ,M. Hyskell, the thoroughbred Berk shire hogs and Wash Muckle will ex hibit hi Duron Jnrav A nnH at. nioit is -expected from Yankton and. was in utiier iiuiuis. jivery person wno nas black morning while in the act of picking 'cherries. The tree split In hall. throwing the doctor over backward, allKhtlnc on his back. He fell about sixteen feet. For a few minutes lies a critic?.! condition, turning He afterward recovered L : r ....v umca. rie iiltu any siock mat tnev wian tn ahnw U1...11.11. ,.i . ... cordially invited to be present. A I house. The doctors report Iiks not u. i-arson wia pring sheep and it Is, been heard after the examination AYTIAPt Afi that Wnlff , 1 aww kiyiw vv via a VIUiUCIB Will aiso exnibit some of their Cotswolds a cordial invitation In OTlanilaH , n the public to come. The ladles will serve a lunch and a program will be rendered. Stock judging contest will be carried out under the super vision of a member of the faculty of the O. A. C. The burning of Sherman Brothers llanlng mill on Friday nigt is a loss, not only to the owners, but to the residents of Warren. It is not definitely known how the fire orl ginated, but Is supposed that a spark caught in the dry shavings of the mill and becamo a blaze by the winds that were blowing nt 12 o'clock, the time the fire nccnrreH Than no insurance and the loss falls heavl- j it uu uie owners as tne plant was new and had only been in partial operation for six months. The resi dents of Warren turned out ana fought the fire and saved the saw mill. Mrs. Harry Sherman tele phoned and asked the St. Helens fire department, but the answer she re ceived was, 'they did net know how to get to Warren or Sherman's mill." The loss amounts to about 14000. Mr. Sherman Is not decided about re building the plint. Ho speaks in the j:iKnesi terms or inn niri ranAnmA t.w auuuuavu IV J ' the CitlZenS in tha Wnrlr thaaV r.na. In I preventing tne spread of the fire. "Grandma" Charity Baker cele brated her 93rd birthday on July 10. She is the oldest woman in Columbia COUnty. SO far aa la lrnnwn u. maiden name was Charity ciilp and sua wua uorn in Mineral, Virginia. July 10. L828. She waa SS .. age when the civil war closed. She lert Virginia and came to4owa in 1859 and left thara anal a... ... Kansas in 1870. Coming to Oregot In 1888 she settled at St. Helens. shortly after coming to Warren. She has been a resident of Columbia county for 31 years. Her husbano, O. W. Baker died here 10 years ago She had nine children, six of whom are living; 21 grandchildren and over 30 great-grandchildren, who live in Columbia and Multonah counties. AbOUt tVII VMM D twn aaKaa 1. - A ------ ... " Ova aaaiaj aiau BU Bt Cldent. dlslncatlnar nor lln K,.i 1..- lalmost entirely recovered. Hei numerous relatives and friends spent the day extending felidtntinn. 'Grandma" la hnlovad h .11 .-.a i..ul . . -.- r .iiBiiiuiy ana active lor one of BACHELOR FLAT Miss Helen Larson was a Portland visitor last Sunday. Mrs. OUle Gladhart and daughter Opal, were week end guests of Mrs E. Morton. Miss Hllma Morton expects to leave this week to spend her vacation at Seaside. Mrs. Guy Lllllch was In Rainier Friday and Saturday visiting he: mother, Mrs. Fowler. Edwin Morton left Saturday for Walla Walla where he expects to work in the harvest fields. Mrs. Frank Nagel and Mrs. Sod derberg spent last Saturday with Mrs. Steffee Nagel. Miss Elsie LambeTson of Srap poose. Is visiting her cousin, MIhk Ethel Bennett, this week. Miss Bessie Jacobson is the proud possessor of a nice new piano. She expects to begin the study of riuhIc In the near future. Among those visiting at the -Gu Lllllch home this week were Miss Nan Lllllch of 8t. Helens and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jarney of Portland No teacher has been hired for the coming school year. There Beems to be a scarcity of teachers and seems necessary for the Bchool board to get busy. CLATSKANIE years and nrn kiIba, n aaaiAi. a . eral more birthdays. A. M. Meyer was in Portland on business the first of the week. Wester Erlckson of Qulncy, was a business visitor In town recently. J. Jolma of Inglis, was in town on Thursday. Mrs Henry Kratz and daughter. Miss Helen, accompanied by Ml Anna Eilertson, spent the Fourth in Rainier, remaining over until Satur day morning. Miss Esther Mason, of the Clats kanle State bank, spent the week end at her home In Portland. .She was laccompanied by Miss Catherine Suth erland. r.,.C'tV.VHyd0 and daughter, Miss Elizabeth, spent the Fourth in Rain ier. MiHS Ellzflhaatli laa'a . V. . her the week for Neverstil where she will SCAPPOOSE Mrs. A. T. Malvin r.r n,... t. Montana, Is visiting Mr. and' Mrs! Beatty. The Westover family to Rainier. Mr. Weatorer is haul- SUNSET THEATRE " HOULTON SATURDAY. JULY 19- Special Attraction Speciai Attraction MONROE SALISBURY in "The Blinding Trail" SUNDAY, JULY 20- "After the War" Once a Hun always a Hun. GRACE CUNARD and a brilliant all-star cast. The production supreme. . .a. nun will spend several days with Miss Marjor- . .uairuc,. u lHe iampDeli camp. ii.Mr nd uMrs' I,arry LaBare and tt to daughter, Harriet Elisabeth, motored down from St. Helens Wed nesday afternoon. Mr. LaBare went to Nehalem on business the following day Mrs. LaBare spending the day with her mother, Mrs. A. Player. Mr LaBare was assembling witnesses for the term of circuit court which takes that there are enoueh rrimin.i . nai lha. A l.-a I ' ,,"'. 10 occupy the atten tion of the court for two or three weeks at least, including severa liquor cases. Chief. , YANKTON Mi?N FdWM,rta - L' Tarbe nl tint : E- W,a,,ker Mturned this wcr-K i rom . urinal wic.it t . They visited with Mrs. H. k" Porter. miss Mattle Brannan and Floyd McAhnv. nnmilor . . v 'u " people of Yankton were married In Vancouver .: ' ne7 Wl" mak their pS.aillaJn McNally family f Portland, were visitors at the Charle. Barger home on Saturday. Mrs. C. H. Briggs had as hor guests thla m ,7,,.". 'ier , - araio. waller liurl- Moyot VanAcnu8v1ert,Pand Bn" on ! Cliamberlaln-a Tablets These tablets are Intended esnec lally for stomach troubles, bilious ness and constipation. If you have ny troubles of this wrt, give them trial and realize for yourself wh7t a first class medicine will do for yoT They only cost tv quarter. for sale at 3c per pound, delivered Mondav. A few more cherries. N Sherwood, phono 10H-F-2I, Warren. 31 II For S.de First class Mahogaii) living room set. exnilnlsler carpel, ouk dresser, kitchen table, ouk din ing chalrs;-all highest grade goods new last fall. Fine opportunity for newly married couple to secure the best. Immediate sale. II.. lluese, Columbia City, llouso 29. 8. 8. Co. SI For Sale A purebred gilt, bred (or late July farrow. At 65 she Is the best bargain wo have offered. Oregon Berkshire Co., Warren 30-3 1 -2t For Sale Una 4 and 19. Hlork 40. St. Helens for $:!U0 and 1 lot In Hrlghton lleuch near Tillamook In niock 81, Lot 2. price only $200. $50 down and $10 per mouth. Pater Pcmls, St. Helens, Oregon . I. () Ilox C01. 30-.13-4t Sawmill Men, Attention! We of fer six million feet saw timber, two miles west of Scwppoose at $2.50 per thousand. A mill r.nd do-ikey en gine are on tho ground. Can be rented for 11.00 per thousand, to tut the timber. Plar.k road to Scap poose. Terms. Addrens Watts Price. Inc., Scapimuso, Orejor, 30tf For Sale New timothy 'and mix ed hay. In shock, mow ondelfvcred C. J. Larson, Warren, Oregon. Phone 101-F-5. 28-tf! IF YOU'LL BUT GIVE US THE CHANCE we can prove to you there is a big difference fat ice. First of all, bur ice is pure, clean ice and we Krwk in a cleanly manner. Then, too, we are alwayi punt tual.. . We are sure you will be highly pleased with our iceand our service. Won't you let us book job order today? ROY & FREDERICKSEN PHONE 42 MONEY SAVING GROCERS I Want To Make A Little. Talk To Yi i OU! About the many articles I have in my store and which I know you need. In the first place let me remind you that The Canning Season Is Here and you should have FRUIT JARS. We have both the Mason and Economy jw n Pints, quarts and half gallons, and also a big supply of FRUIT JAR RUBBER Are You Going On that Camping Trip? If you do, better come to see us first and 1-t us supply you with the necessary camp ing utensils. We have Pots, Kettles, tin Plates, Camp Stoves, Small Camp OA Moves, Fishing Tackle, Sporting Goods, Tents, and other articles you will need to help put the camp in shape. Save Money On Your Ic6 Bill We" r.Hf,f ICfLESS C00LERS' We have them in two sizes, $17 and 0 we would like to have you call and inspect these cooler, and feel sure you wilW once recognize their merits and how they will save you money. Harvest Season Almost Here We have prepared for the wants of the farmer. BINDER TWINE, MOWER artidl of " , ,neC(kd f3rming imP,ents. Our store is filled with hard of merit and we would be pleased to have you call and inspect the stock. E. G. DITTO ST. HELENS, OREGON '