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- Methodist Episcopal Church "The Friendly Church" Bt. Heleni and Houlton Albert 8 Hlsey, Pastor. Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. Morning Service, 11:00 a. m. Kpworlu League, 6:30 p. m Evening Services, 7:30 p. m. I'rayer Meeting and lllble Study, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Next Sunday Christmas will be oh. served by tlio Sunduy Hcliool. The recent cold weather delayed the preparation (or the occasion, making jt a weolc late. Special music, k (rout, und other good things will be provided. A welcomo to all. In the morning preaching service, Home phase or practical religion will bo emphasized. The evening service will be first of a series of discourses on "Proph ecy" and "The Revelation of Jesus Christ." The subject will be "In troduction to Prophecy.'' -Tno Friendly Church." Plymouth Congregational Church A "Wide Awake Church" Willamette and Columbia Streets Iter. A. It. Spearow, Tastor Phone 3 3-J Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p. ni. Song Service, 7:30 p. m. Sermon, 8:00 p. m. Hundny, ItarriulM'r 28. Sunday School 10 A. M. Morning Hour 11 a. M Subject. A New Year and a New Pur pose. Christian Endeavor.. 6.30 P. M. fiong Borvlce '.'.7.30 P. M Evening Hour 8.00 P. M. Subjoct, Propaganda and Christianity. ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. DECEMBER "26. 1919 Spoclnl Music. . ' golo Miss Louise Sidrla. Announcements , Don't forgot the big Watch Party that Is to be gjvon In the Church on tho 31st of this month. Thai will ho next Wednesday night. A goou cvciui iiiiiH Willi HUB nr miiu n I.--.. erybody be sum nmi nmn Senior Choir, Friday Night, 8.00 Junior Choir, Friday night, 7.00 P. M. Hero's anothor How do you like th Is: A bjg evening for tho young people nd friends of tho Christian fci. doavor at the Skating Rink, Monday night at 7.30 I'. M. An evening rhuck full of fun and good times una uuen pianneu. The Church That Serves Free Methodist Cliurcli Houlton, Oregon D. M. Hlgbee, Pastbr Next Sunday ChrlHtmas will be ob served by the Sunday school. Tho recont cold weather delayed the pre pnratlon for tho occasion, making It a week late. , Special music, a troat and other Rood thlnes will ha nrn- viuna. a weicomo to Ml. In the morning preaching service, bo tno phase of practical religion will ho cniphaslzsd. Tho evening sorvico will be the first of a sorlos of discourses on "Prophesy" and "The Hevcalatlon of Jesus Christ." Tho subjoct will be "Introduction lo Prophesy." Seventh Day Advent 1st Church West St. Helens Regular services held on Satur day. Sabbath School, 2:00 p. m. ServJces following at 3:00 p. m. Weekly Prayer Meeting, Wednes day, 7:45 p. m. II. M. KNIGHTON, Elder. A. T. LAWS, Deacon. Ramsey's Bread A HOME PRODUCT-10c THE LOAF We have the best doughnuts in the city. Just drop in and try them with a hut of good hot coffee. Cakes: Fruit, Layer, Angel Food and many others. J. E. Ramsey HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Uur school holidays began Wed nesday afternoon and will extend to dun. oin. The attendnnon In ilm i 1 ... ...v ...ftl, HI.IIUUI has not b,.en so good during the past weok as jt should have been. The nruier nuinoer of our boys and glrh i-uonvur, are very faithful in per- """""ii uiEir scnooi nutles. The SChOOl Orchnutrn m l Ttinmlnk levenlng for Its regular practice. The iMicimmrn ui me orciiostra are work ing hard in tliRlr unri. n i..H .u. Kiuuii is ruP Mr. oioen, the leader. inn iiimirHt in m . roi i n a tim ...n-i. The first basket ball game of the season was played Tuesday evening between tho high school tam and tho high school alumni. Tho game wuh u vicinrv rnr ho . t- . . " "'O 1.IU11I1II. ioil siuenng the fact tli.it pur team was opposed by a team made un of tl, test Dlavnra wlin h. h a.. - " . . . v wpvil iuu ti nted from the hleh nim,.i T J IIIU IQBUH Ul in Kuiut, was very satisfactory. v.. muuiiujr auernoon, a try-out wu neia 10 soioct two dbr.tiiig teams. Only five niiniu ,. ,i.. to enter tho try-out. but tho r.rgu- iiiuiii ojorea oy each of the pupils In support Of ll.n nr tier !,! t k. lui;nuon BllOWOd thornnvh nnn. The sixth mnmhnr in r.i. .i.. two tor.ms will be choson'tt nn early i fnn riinnnn lima r noronce vr.nuiKioB. Ourey Hlse wiiiiam iTiodd. FVimrt mi. .i ... tin,. ' ' " u.fc I ho cnrnJvr.I to h irivn i... i .... n ' .... ii . iiic primary erpilnu fnr n.a !.., I.lu '. " . . "1 ikii sciicoi crcnestra, hns been nost j..u uiiiu jan. am. This promises iu no a vorv intpi-rr.tinrr -Tni one dcsrvlng a llbor.il o-tronaire Tho following is tho schedule for unskotball for ilm liioi, i.i IJ:e county: Jan. 16, Rclnlor at St. noiens; Jan. 23, Clntskanle at rr.n;e; Fb. 6. St H'lens r.t Cb.ts- - , . - - .111. I. V V I.IIO knnle; Feb. 6. St. Helena st RalnlAr- reu. i6, iiainlor at Clatskanlo; Feb 20. Clatskanlo at St HpIph. A number of thP former pupils of 1. LI.L , no niKii Bcnooi wero our visitors luesaay morning in the asoembly The visitors sat on the rostrum and each one mado an intereBing talk concluding with n good word for his or her school. It was a splendin rnres,.niriuon ot young manhood ana womanhood. Such visitors al ways prove nn Inspiration to the nu p!ls In any high. Those present were " ""i kosh. wcldon Dlllard. Mason nlllard, John Southard. Lawrence navies, will am Perry. Harry Wll son Misses Both Perry, Edna L- Hare. fcthel Lynch, Eugenia Denlng, ana Aimn Ultlo. GREETINGS I wish to express my sincere appreciation to my patrons for their valued patronage during the year about to end and extend to all the wish for A Happy New Year E. A. Ross THE HOUSEFURNISHER IMPORTANT FOR SALE For Sale Silver Campine cocker els suitable for March chicks and are from the King Albert strain Prize pon. Price from $6 to $8 according to ago and strain. Write P. O. Box 36, Scappoose, Oregon. 2-2t Ono lot and a half for sale at Deer Island. Good place for garago or any business. Place Just across the highway from depot. Price 8200.00 cssh. Call on or write, C. H. Gore, Jlox 61. Kelso, Wr.sh. 2-5-41 For Sale In Scappocso, 7-room Knuaa a n A (Iimaa Inin fllilnlrAn pun anil iiuunc nuu mice iuio, vuit-ncu i u it u m some fruit trees. Located near high school cnurcn ana aepoi. Aauress C. Whitney, Houlton, Oroson. 61-1-3 For Sale Fresh Jersey cows and heifers. Grant Lynch, Scappoose, Ore con. 61-4-6t For Sale Cheap Ford delivery Floldhouse Motor Co. St. Helens, Oregon. 5 It! AUTOMOBILES We are agents for the following high-class cars DORT, CHEVROLET OAKLAND and VELIE Jii- ylcctMorU iBatUry SRtcharging Copeland Auto Co. St. Helens :: 0reon Eat Honey We havo a nice grade of table honey In pints and quarts. W. E. Carlneton at the Mowry house. ner.r City Park. St. Helens. 61tf For Sale Ford touring car. In good condition. $376. Seo H. W. Cade, St. Helena, Oregon. 60-l-4t For Service Registered Jersey bull from the famous Ladd herd Also registered thoroughbred O. I. C. boar. G. W. Perry, Houlton. Phone 109F11. 49tf You want your wood sawed before the rainy season starts. $1.26 for inK . tl AO fni rarri wnnri place your order now and have your wimer n u u u i r 1 11 . .uiunuuu " . sale. W. E. Glberson. Box 492, St Helens. 42tf For Sale Ford Limousine, prac tically new and in first class condi tion. J. E. Ramsey, St. Helens, Ore con. 41 Vnr Su1ar h o. motor boat with inn Tirv nrfl wAnd Timothy and mlvatt Imv One ton hucev. C. J. Lar- sen. Warren, uregon. Fnr Sale Forty acres, cleared and highly Improved Just opponlte my place on warren-m. neieni . Call at Columbia County Bank or phone 102-F-15. Sherman M. Miles. o 1-11 LOST AND FOUND CAME to my place and taken up: one black Jersey steer, auout is niomus -1J. V.. n .. Uva anniA hv TlftVinff UU1, UT.ui-1 .....J w -v r-.rf r- cohH. L. W. Bocscl, Warren, Oregon. WANTED Wanted to Buy Split red cellar fence posts. Anv quantity, and will nav cash. D. B. Scully Co., 171 King Street, Portland, or particulars at Mist Announcement l n Beginning January 1st, 1920 the St. Helens Union Store becomes a member of the NATIONAL CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION and be comes one of the 3000 co-operative stores in the United States having a membership of over 1,000,000 people interested in the system of co-operation and reduction of the high cost ot living. In order that you may have a better idea of the principles upon which this chain of Rochdale or co-operative stores is founded, we will briefly explain the system, and why you should join with us. What is a Co-operative Store? A co-operative store is owned and managed by working people who have banded themselves together into a co-operative association. A co-operative store IS NOT RUN FOR PROFIT BUT FOR SERVICE. What becomes of the profits? The members who deal in it and own the co-operative store divide the earnings among themselves as follows: After paying 5 per cent on capital stock shares and setting aside a portion of the profits for a reserve and extension fund; The Net profits of the store are then divided among the members according to their purchases. For instance, a member who buys $200 worth of goods during any three months receives twice as much of the store's earnings as one who buys $100 worth. In other words, every three months, a member gets a dividend on the amount of goods he has purchased. Both the store and the member keep a record of the amount purchased so there can be no dispute or question of the dividend. How is a Co-operatiYe Store Run? 0 All members pay cash or its equivalent for what they buy. There are no bad debts for good members to pay. Goods are sold at fair market prices. Meetings are held monthly for the purpose of carrying on educational and social activities. A Board of Directors is elected annually to manage the busi ness between meetings of the members. The capital stock pays 5 'per cent in terest and further dividends are not paid on the capital stock no matter how much the store earns. The earnings of the store are rebated as saving re turns to members, according to their purchases. Are You Interested in Saving Money? If so,, we would be glad to have you drop into our store and let us fully explain the new system under which we are working. We believe that the ste'p we have taken in joining the National Co-Op-erative Association is the right one and that our customers will be benefit ted. The establishment of se veral Co-Operative wholesale houses, places us in position to buy more advantage ously and our customers will have the benefit of this. Any of the following officers or directors will be glad to give further information. Consumer's Co-operative Store Successor to St. Helens Union Store W. P. Howell, President. W. H. Smith, Vice President. Elmer Blackburn, Secretary-Treasurer. Eli Beeler, Manager. Sherman Deaver, Director. J. E. Geartman, Director. .. Ed. Cooper, Director. X , , , : . ,. , x I X X X X I x office.