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THE ST. HELENS AV- MARCH 12. 1920.
MIST MISTINGS I E. A. Rotger was a business visitor In Portland Wednesday. L. R. Rutherford was a business visitor to Portland on Wednesday. Miss Lois Clear spent Sunday with relatives in Portland. Mrs. Fred Adams of Deer Island was a St. Helens visitor Wednesday. John Farr of Warren was in town Wednesday. John L. Foote is in Portland to day on legal business. Mrs. John L. Storla visited friends in Portland on Tuesday. W. B. Dillard made a business trip to Portland on Wednesday. Mrs. S. B. Hosklus spent Tuesday in the ci'y. Joe Clark spent Sunday in Port land with friends. . H. M. Buck transacted business in Portland Monday. Mrs. Fred Powell was a Portland shopper Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Watklns were in Portland Monday. Mrs. Henry Morgus visited with friends in Scappoose Monday. Attornoy J. W. Day transacted le gal business In Portland Tuesday. Ed. Jones, manager of Austin's store, has moved into the Chapman home which he recently purchased. Jack DeSpaln is in Portland pre paring to return to his position at Bend. C. W. Wanien of the State High way Engineer Corps was in St. Hel ens the first of the week. Pa Joe and Mrs. Vincent of Rain ler spent a couple of days with their daughter in St. Helens last week. C. E. Austin is in town for a few days from Woodburn looking after business matters. Mrs. C. D. White and son of West St. Helens are Deer Island for a few days visit with relatives. Mrs. Anna Schwering of Rainier was a visitor to friends in St. Helens on Thursday. S. L. Flantgan and T. J. Fllppln of Rainier were St. Helens visitors Saturday. George Gore was in Portland for a few days this week on legal busi ness. Dr. and Mrs. F. Pearn and child of Portland spent the week end with Mrs. Pearn s sister, Mrs. A. J. Peel Peter Skie, superintendent of the Island Lumber Company, was in Portland Saturday and Sunday. M. L. Wilson came down from Portland to spend the week end with relatives here. Mrs. Harvey Wllklns and sot, Deane returned Monday night from a short visit in Portland. President Charles Graham of the First National Bank was a business visitor in Portland Monday. C. U. Cate of Rainier and Hood! . . n, I ' O, 1 1 I .... a 1 Kiver spi'm luoauay iu di. n?i-no He attended K. of P. Lodge while here. C. D. White expects to leave to day or tomorrow for Vernonla and will open a meat market in the me tropolis of the Nehalem. The Copcland Auto co. nave aeuv- ered to Orion Clark a 1820 model Dort automobile. They have sold a Chevrolet delivery truck to C. D. White. The steamer Wapama, Captain Belesen, arrived Wednesday night and Is taking on a lumber cargo for delivery at San Pedro, California. Misses Nora and Lilly hum 01 Portland spent the week end in St. Helens, the guests of Mr. and Mrs J W. Hunt. The steamer Willamette carrying S50.000 feet of lumber and a fair passenger list, sailed Monday night for California. J. C. Hammon who has been liv ing In St. Helens tor the past few months, has moved to his farm near Chapman. James Muckle of rortiana was in St. Helens Monday. Mr. Muckle is a former St. Helens resident and well known throughout the county. Mrs. Mary Christie of Astoria who has been on a visit to relatives in St. Helens, went up to Portland Monday morning. After a lengthy sojourn at her old home In Eureka, California, Mrs. Tupper Phillips is again in St. Hel ens. S. W. Irish who has been here on a visit to his daughter Mrs. S. B. Ingham, left for his home In Spokane Monday. The steamer Wahkeena is schedul ed to sail tonight for San Diego. Her lumber cargo amounts to 975, 000 feet. Harold Broushton is in Portland in connection with business affairs incident to the conduct of the Broughton and Wiggins business hero. The steamer Celilo laden with 950.000 feet of lumber and carrying a number of passengers left out Sat urday evening bound for San Pedro, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Clark of Deer Island were in St. Helens Saturday, Mr. Clark coming up to wind up the estate of Charles Brown, deceased, of which he was the administrator. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Barnette had as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Delti and Mr. and Mrs. V. Trow, Mr. and Mrs. L. Fuller, Miss Juanita Harris and Mrs. V. A. Perry. Miss Madge Allen who has been visiting with friends and relatives iu Spokane, returned to St. Helens Tuesday. The St. Helens Dock & Terminal Company are building a nice resi dence on Oak street on the hill. It will be occupied by T. Maxfleld who Is connected with the McCormicK Company. They all tell us that we've got the town frazzled when it comes to high-class merchandise at popular prices ! Unusual assortments throughout the entire store ! Better have a "look" AUSTIN Miss Katy Lynch who has been very ill In Portland is recovering slowly and hopes to be home soon. Klamath Kails Klnmath Mver Lumber Co. Incorporated for $100, 000. L. R. Rutherford will move hi realty and insurunce offtco on the 15th of the month to his new location in the Rutherford building, the quar ters formerly occupied by the Tog gory. Burns planning sewers, city water and paved Rtreots. Mrs. H. P. Heacock and daughter Ethel arrived from tholr former home In Treadwell. Alaska, Wednesday and will make their homo In St. Hel ens for the present, Mr. Heacock be. ing employed at the Columbia City shipyard. Stunfleld Work on water system progressing rapidly. Grading on the highway through city commenced. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Watklns have sold their confectionery, tobacco, and cigar business to S. W. Garrlott ami George Klines. The deal was con summated Wednesday and the new proprietors have taken charge. Im provements will be made by t no now owners and a larger stock carried. Manager Kleldhouse of tho Kiold house Motor Co. unloaded two Ford- son tractors Tuesday. He recently sold a KordBon to C. O. Dahlgrew of the Warren neighborhood. Bort Mills, who is road supervisor in road district 9 with Vernon In as his headquarters, was here Monday going over matters with the county court relative to the road building program in tho upper Noltnlom. Frank Wllklns came over from Westport, Washington, Saturday night to spend a few days with rela tives here. The Wllklns family are getting along nicely in their hum home and like Westport very much. Frank said. S. Laube who operates a shingle mill back of Rainier was in St. Helens Tuesday paying his taxes. Tho sup ply of cedar logs where the mill Is located Is about exhausted and Mr. Laubo plans to move to unolher lo cation within the coming six months Tom Roy has sold his ice business to T. A. Nyggard. Mr. Roy found that his rapidly growing grocery business demanded all of his time, and having found someone to serve his ice customers, he disposed of that part of his business. There was a largo attendance at the pie social at the Congregationel church Friday evening. A. U. Luke was the auctioneer and pies brought a fancy price. $71.70 was realized, enough to pay off the balance due on the organ which was bought lust yea.'. Attorney Omar Sponcer came down from Portland Monday to collect the judgment In the Malmsien case. Ii will be remembered that the Port land, Astoria & Pacific It. R. Co instituted condemnation proceedings against Malmsten and the case was tried here a short time ago, Mulm sten getting a $3100 verdict. The Ladles Aid Society of the Con gregational church had an all day session Wednesday nt the home of Mrs. J. W. Allen, sewing for the Easter bazaar which will be held Saturday afternoon, April 3rd, at the Chamber of Commerce rooms. Thore will also be a cooked food sale In connection with the bazaar. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Gelvin will leave tomorrow for Portland where I they will make their home, Mr. Gel vin having accepted the position as ! field agent of tho L. L. L. L. The ! Gelvlns have lived in St. Helens for the past 2 y, years r.nd huvo a wide circle of friends who rogret very ! much to see them leavo hero. Snm Alexander wishes to correct j the impression created by the I'ort i land newspapers as to the accident he had in Portland Wednesday night of last week. His car and a car I driven by a woman, collided at 21m and Upshur streets. No serious ditrn- age resulted and when Sum explained the matter to police officers, Im was exonerated from any blame. Charles H. McCormlck who has been here and In Portland for the past week, left Tuesday for Portland enroute to 8an FranclBco. When asked as to the prospects for other vessel contracts at the St. Helens I Shipbuilding Company's yard, lie I suld that the company had made no definite plans, but in all probability mora work would be secured and j that after the steamer Everett had i been put through a thorough trial, anomer vessel or that type might be built. . nlred the folio Ing '""" ' " a, lhoMellrldsdmollhlH..ekHI Father Clunky; Cooking and annum. .Mrs. l.eoia Ketel. SCHOOL NOTES High I''1"" Charlotte lioln. Vivian ;' Helena lsiuh. and Mullmla. tthltu. an back In school ntler being for soinellmo on uivount of lllmss. Among our little visitors this week were tilen Confer and Nestor UM. Tho "A" Class urn d.tiiiK some flno spelling, and we may challenge the upper grades iu a content. Heau upper grades! I 'mi rtli (rudii Just one pupil absent. We el'ct soon to have every one hack l school. , , , Kdn.i Omonson has returned o school uft-T an absence of several days, during which time she had Iter tonsils removed. English classes arc learning penis this week. The "A" class Is learning Robert of Lincoln," and the "H ' class a boy's song. I'lflli (irniU All r.i nr.wiellt tills week. Our attendance is 89 per rent. I Our Btory on wheat is completed I We hope lo have It printed If the; editor allows it. The Mh "A" have finished our reader and new ones are greatly an ticipated. SI vi It (irndo Mr. Marls of the u. A. C. vlsilen llio sixth grade room on Wednesday of last week. He is traveling In the Interest of boys and girls Industrial club work, mid us pleased lo find tho work well started here. Tim pupils enjoyed his lulk on different phases of the work. Mr. Hopkins performed some very Interesting experiments with foods lor us last Friday. Our attcudunro Is still good, being perfect three days and only two ab sent the other two days. Seventh tirade The Gills' Sowing club met and organized last week. Marlon Slei. is president, Ida Essen, vlra presi dent and Wllla llusliong, secretary. They are. now making needle ruses Wo were all glad to see Dorothea Snelllng and Alva McKce, come hack lo school again ufter several weeks of absence. The. pupils are now making artifi cial daffodils for their art work. Tho "A" pupils are very Interest ed in stories of Central Africa which they have studied. KigliUi tirade Emily t'slier has been uhsent on account of slckucss this week. At tendance nearly perfect otherwise. The eighth grade Is very diligent ly studying the review questions In the history, making a thorough pre paration for the final examinations. The pupil making the greatest per cent gain in their this mouth's worn will be given the privilege of some special fuvor. GOOD MEATS They are an important part of the dinner or any Wespecialize in furnishing vou none but the vtry best of selected meats. We always have a variety of choice cuts from "hid, you can make your selection. ,le will be pleased to serve you. MORTON & WILSON TWO MARKETS Crntrjl M-okrl I'holte 60 Stiand Mjiln Plvt4 WEST ST. HELENS Mr. and Mrs. Illllstein of Vernonla are new residents of our city. Mr. Georgo Stockwell Is Buffering from an attack of mumps. Lawrence Frazer and sister Gladys visited friends at Coble Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. George and Mrs. Manso Cham bers and families motored to Port land Sunday. Work on Highway Houlevard Is progressing rapidly to tho satlsfac Hon of the entire community. Friends of Perry Austin, formerly of Houlton, will be worry to learn that he is seriously III Mrs. Chas. Smith and daughtei Bernlce were Portland visitors this week. Mrs. Lilly Perry of Portland, visited with friends and relatives in this community over Sunday. That the May Day fete Is an as sured success Is evident from the in terest manifested by teachers and pupils. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Illakosley entertained at a dinner party Wed nesday, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene 1. lakes ley and son Ronald. ...MJohn wllBon ha purchased the Oliver building of Mr. Wolf of Aberdeen and will continue his busi ness on an enlarged scale. Mrs. A. Eastman and Mr. Frank Robinson of Portlant mttored down In Mr. Roblnson'B Pierco Arrow and Sundayed with Mr. and Mrs. Chas Graham. Remember the basket social at the High School Auditorium tonight Proceeds to pay the balance due on the piano purchased by the paretn teachors association for the McBrlde school. State Club Organizer Maris orga OBITUARY Our Large Stock Must BE SOLD I Dry Goods, Shoes, Mens' and Boys' Clothing, Dress Goods, Blankets, Quilts and in fact most any article you need in the Dry Goods and Furnishings line. We can save you money on your purchases. H. MORGUS Custave O. Skuilo who died on Thursday, March 4ih, l'jo, was born In Germany December I! 4, m and was 4 2 years und 2 months of ngn at the time of his death. With his parents he canto to America when threo years of age, the, family set tling In Indiana. When 7 yeurs of ago, tho family cume West and set tled near Scuppooso where he grew to manhood. Deceased leaves to inotiru hi log his wife llenlm. his mother who re sides In St. Helens; two brother William of llaclielor Flat and Louis of St. Helens, and flvo Bisters, Mrs ti. Zelgler of St. Helens, Mrs. Hayule of St. Louis, Mo., Mrs. N. Sherwood of llaclielor Flat. Mrs. llunnlgsn of Newborn, and Mrs. Cole of Portland funeral services were conducted from tho Free, Methodist church, 0 which ho was a member ami the' In. torment was In the Scappooso ceme- j ST. HELENS, .... ORECOKj I " WEATHER REPORT Max temp. 67 degrees on 2r,tlr !"," 'i"r"" "d; mean niai mp 47.0; mean in In t,p ;to. mean monthly tump which u 0 H he- low normal. H 0 5 inch, which Is 6.41 Inch below average. A Intro oi now fell n 7th and 1 V i h . V, Z ing wind NR. There were 7 ,!e, C partly cloudy and C cloudy days much fog prevailed up , "th tel. Ions frosty. jlr11K ,,. ' of the month grass and winter grclns egan to grow, however, nil g, w,n Htopped during , ro,riJtitl, r" , month 0WK , u, r I his has been the driest Ionian 1892 and ,h shortage if"", Xlnce beginning of ,., ,1?'" f mounts to 15.11 inches ' 1 19"'' ! J')9- 'lACKKNIiKitfi, Ohs Do you remember "The Brule Breaker?" Do you remember FRANK MAYO the hero? Well, he's coming again in "LASCA" A thrilling story oi the Rio Grande country THURSDAY NIGHT TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOH t'OMMI.SHIOMOH To the Republican Voter, t)f (,., umhln County " I'd sdvt. T. J. FMi-i'iN. CATIIOIJO ( lIHtril ' It I w8- P' (,anCy' nC"" - N glit services ut 7T0 u on the cry from tl, 3rfm" my God, why i,,,, . .Mv i"d, . wtty nast Ihou forwikou velcomo. 6 "'ways very WEEKLY PROGRAM Fridsy, March 12- 'The (Jrcai Kadium Mytery"-lU)OT CilllSON Wctrrn d r m 1 T w . r Comedy. Saturday, March 13 JACK PICKFORD A IhifgUr by 'at he 1 it irony" Kevicw lYOM TIM SptaOdkl SMTI PERCY HEATH f Aitptx mm tim. " '" FRANK PESPEgj IP you lov. chlvalry-4l TM beauty of chtricter-U yM I Inspired by real romyte i misted in the golden &nW patted, be ture to ie FRJ MAYO and EDITH ROBM" In "LASCA," adapted Iron M beautiful poem by V. Dt YouH mend ona ol the mott W able tveninga in month. WALLACE! 'The Mtf"", and Sunday, March 14- "LAUGHING BILL HYDE" ,y r -li, fralurinu "ill koKcn-2-rrel Hilly 1'itMin, comedy Monday, March 15 PAULINE FRED RICK tn "Out of the Shallow."- t lltirlou Kolmei Tuatday, March 16--"THE HEART OF JUANITA," an ex cellent VVeiter 11 drama featuring Beat ri Mirhrlena and a Comedy. 111 luiieral KW I Topici of b P"j atiJ Comedf- 1 Thur.d.y. FRANL MAJJ "LASCA,""' . Lloyd Contffr! UComim-" LIBERTY