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THE ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MARCH 19, IMP-.
OVER THE COUNTY WARREN A. J. and Mrs. Hollingswortli were Portlnnd visitors on Wedncmlay. A. E. Lund and A. L. Morris were on a business trip to Astoria Tuesday. Mrs. Ida R. Clark of ol'rtland spem Wednesday on her ranch here Mrs. A. Slothower spent the week end with friends In Portland. Frank Bowles is 34 years of age for he said so on Wednesday night to a goodly crowd of his neighbors who assembled at his home to cele brate the event. Pa and Ma Bowles saw that the guests hr.d a good time and enjoyed the evening's entertain ment which consisted of cards, mu sic and games. F. A. Hoyt and as sociates furnished music. A palat able lunch was served at midnight and a pleasant time was spent. Frank is girl shy but this being leap year it is hoped some of Warren's mar riageable girls may Induce him to shed his bachelor raiment and join the benedicts. Those present were Misses Costello, Larson, Berglund, ltoesll, and Sandstrom, Mrs. Haxton. Mrs. P. A. Hoyt, Mrs. P. Merraccl, Mrs. Bacon, Messers F. A. Hoyt, Al vln Larson, Leltoy Larson, Louis Boesll, James Bacon, Emil Hammer beck, Alpheus Wellborn, Elmer Sand strom, A. Sandstrom, J. Cuzzolini and V. V. Hoyt. G. R. Anllker and Henry Wasser of Goble were at Warren on Saturday in attendance at the special meeting of the Warehouse Association mem bers with which they are associated. Farmers from Multnomah county line to Clatskanie have joined the or ganization and the association is do ing an enormous business. The cash being over $120,000 per year. The by-laws have been so amended that the consumers can become members and share the benefits. The annuai meeting date has been changed from the second Tuesday in July to the last Saturday in March and a meet ing is called for that date. At this meeting a financial statement will lit issued and three directors will be elected. Those whose term of of fice expires are oJhn Farr, P. C. Jacobson, and A. L. Larson. It is the purpose to have different sections of the county where the members reside represented on the board. One com ing from Yankton or Trenholm. one from Deer Island or Goble, and one from Scappoose. This may be done by a revision of the by-laws Increas ing the number of directors from five to seven or nine as may be desired. A committee consisting of C. M. Hyskell of Warren, Guy Tarbell of Yankton and F. H. Taylor of Houlton with Secretary Alorris and President Larson to assist was appointed to re vise the by-laws and report at the annual meeting to be held on Satur day, March 28th. SCAPPOOSE Mrs. Arch Duncan is home froiv a visit to Tacoma. Mrs. I. W. Carson of Idaho is vis iting her mother, Mrs. L. U. Smith. Mr. Siercks who sold his ranch sometime ago Is moving to Marsh field, Oregon. ' The Davis family moved from Mrs. Lynch cottage to t ho Burnett place vacated by J. K. Miller. Mrs. Blatchford of Salem visited her mother and friends over Sun day. J. M. Butler moved into the sec tion house last week until the com pany completes his houso In Seaside. He will then adjourn to Seaside to be section foreman there. Clarke Grant Is home on a visit to his parents. Mrs. Cnl Weaver of Sheridan and Mrs. Sohell of Port land were also" guests during the week end. Inez Wlkstrom is substituting; for a couple of weeks for Miss Mast en w ho was called home i y the Illness of her mother. Ed. Schumacher from Portland moved Into the house vacated by the Shultz family ami ha opt"i,l a shoemaker shop. The Shultz family moved into the Rsl li.sky cottnso va cated by McClures. Community singing and American ization study club will be held ev ery Wednesday evening Instead of every other week until further no tice. Come and enjoy the singing, if you don't care to sing. Rev. Thomas Street of Boston spoke at the Community church last Sabbath morning in the Interest of the Pilgrim memorial fund. $732.50 was pledged. This was very good as Scappoose's portion was $625. Mr. Milloy has purchased the room ing house. Ice cream parlor and con fectionery In Seaside known as the Pontoon. Mrs. Milloy will be man ager and plans to take possession at once. About half the IiIkIi school went along this tlmo to witness the glor ious defeat of their team. VERNONIA Mr. Clyde Mills is talking of In stalling a confectionery storo in Ver nonia soon. The high school board of directors are making plans for a new high school building to bo erected some time soon. The Y. r. A. and preaching services had to be entirely dispensed with lasi Sunday night because of non-attendance. Vernonla is getting to be quite t. tent city now. Several new tents have been erected on the Higgenbot tom place and a number of Russians aro staying there. Miss Martha Beck, who cr.me home to visit her parents cot here just In time to catch a hr.rd case of tho "flu". Mr. Richard Beck who has been attending an aviation school in Portland has been visiting his parents n few days. The Vernonia debating team, Miss es Lola Brown and Hazel Unlmsten, were defeated In the contest with Gresliam last Friday night, but de spite this rather disheartening fact managed to have a splendid time cl: the while they were in Portland. BACHELOR FLAT Mrs. Lllllch and daughter and Miss I'onloguo wore dinner g'testi -it Mrs. Holland Masten Sun-lav. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ilolllngsworth motored to Portland Wednesday and spent tho day shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Suddenhers spoil! Sunday with the Lu:.d family lit War ren. A number of poolo from St. Hel ens and West St. Helens attended church and Sunday school lit the Flat Sunday. It was very encourag ing to the faithful few. Mrs. Carl llollingsworth u n n daughter lieno who have been visit ing Sirs. Hollingswoi th's parent:, Mr and Mrs. Beadly of Hood liiver, re turned homo Tuesday. An Industrial cluli was formed a; school last week. About fourteen children ure taking up the work this year. But It Is not those who start but those who finish that counts. Cull Shingle" For Sal" llros., Uaililer, Oiei-oii. I.aiihe 111 S" Market I'rlcn will bo paid for n few dry rows. lieKers or Ihlu stork. John lli.iwd, Vanktoii, (ie;!in. Telephone For Sale- 15 nercs Imv-ted on g.,,l read, all t-'-d land ; II.; Heared; !15 fn.lt trees, nl vaneil ev Fair 4 room house, P'd ken hoiiM'. u '""t,"r "" '" l, cellar, many cedars and t' llttlo running creek. K I;'' " once, owner will sell at a I'-";-1'1; oJlin oJNophson. Warren. Ore 1.1 Han Had Stomach Trouble for Seven Year. Theodore Satiford of Feniuore, Mich., has had slot lach trouble for seven years and coi Id not eat vege tables or fruit wit I out pain In the stomach and rustiest nights. By tak ing Chamberlain's Tablets he is onw able to eat vegetables or fruit with out causing pain or sleeplessness. If troubled with Indigestion or const i pation give these tt'.Hets a trial. They are certain to prove beneficial. WANTED Wanted A girl to do general housework. Call fi-V. 14-1 FOR RENT For Rent Ranch at Yankton. J. A. Bushong. St. Helens, Ore. -tf LOST AND FOUND Lost A 33 x 4 nobby tread tiri on rim. Finder please phono 112 F12 or write Louis J. Wallls, Yank ton, Oregon. Reward. 1.1-2 Found 3-burner oil stove, near' Warren. Owner can have same by calling and paying for this ml. Mis. P. P. Grewell, Warren. Utr Lost A gray gelding, 4 yrs. old, weight about 1 100 lbs., Notify II K. Anderson. Scappoose. Star lioiite 14-2 Lost Dark brown beef cow. Had ropo on her neck. Reward. Morton and Wilson, St. Hel ms. 14-lt FOR SALE GOOD MEATS They are an important part of the dinner or any meal. Wespecialize in furnishing you none but the very best of selected meats. We always have a variety of choice cuts from which you can make your selection. ,Ie will be pleased to serve you. MORTON & WILSON TWO MARKETS Ctntral Market Phone 60 Strand Market Phone 41 For Sale 12 fine Cotswold sheep and five lambs. f. minim i.t V 1 iTrclmrno, Vernon:::, Oregon Hit For Sale 191S llriscoo 5 passei. ; gor touring aulom(lil In first class : condition. Will sell on terms or , trado for house and lot or farm prop ! crty. See or wrllu Fred Ketel p O. Box 265, St. Helens, Oregon. 14tf ! Candy Business. Wo start you at .home, or anywhere, everything fu nished; $30 week.y up; men, wo men; experience ut neewsary. 1 Specialty Candymaking Compnnv 5 South 18th Stnot, Philadelphia Ponn. 14.8.' For Sulfl One f ur hole range in good condition. .iquire B. I). Wil liams, Barber shop'. 14-1 Hay For Sale Guod hay. In barn $20 per ton. A. E. Sandstrom, War ren, Oregon. j 4 , r For Sale Berkshire brood hows, also some weanling pigs. Also desi rable tracts of la-d near McNuliy station along the paved highway. For information soo or address, A. 11. Larson, Warren, Oogon. 14-4 Young Married Man! Your Domestic Fortunes are in Your Own Keeping. Marital felicity depends upon ability to keep the girl SMILINCi. There may be times of TROUBLE ahead. Every married pair must expect their share must take the bitter with tho sweet. i,ii. 2?vNxv.tVINGS. accunt! It "ill ward off the wrinkle, which FINANCIAL worries bring. It will protect HER and be a cause of eternal satisfaction to YOU!" It TODAY VINGS aCC0Unt ls a yun8 couple's best frlond! FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Scappoose Capital, $25,000.00 United States Depository SINCLAIR, WILSON, President DAVID M'KINNON WILSON, Vice-President. EDWARD E. WIST, Cashier Start For Sale One Ironclad Incubator 150 egg. Mr. I), c. Howard used II once. Price, $ 1 2.5 J at J. S Mowery house. W. E. Cunington, Box S02 11-is. 1 For Sale Tho wood on five acres I of land, close to railroad track and! St. Helens. C. W. Masten, lloullon ! uregon. i4lf For Sale Mixed clover and tim othy hay. Paul Adams, Warren. Ore Phone 105F15. 14 Auction Sale Seven milk cows some Holstelns; one heifer and four pigs weight about 75 lbs. Auction at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon March 27th, near cannery, St. Helens' Joe SaBla. 14-1 For Sale Shadoland Wonder Seed Oats. Good producers, p n Lund, Warren, Ore., Phono 10CF3 14 For Sale Launch 21 ft. 8 in in .5V,Aft; 6 '"' bfia,n- equipped! with 10 h. p. Vim engine. I frt class condition. See or write T A ' Nygaard, St. Helens, Oregon. 13-2 Eggs For Hatching From Wil liams Rhode Island Reds, m-ltliir $1.00. Black Minorca, Mcf'onwii strain $1.25. White Wyandottes Regal strain, from Port Dover, Can ada, $1.60. Leave orders at St Hc-i ens 2nd Hand Storo or Central Con fectionery. 13-5 For Sale Leghorn Bantams 1 cockerel and 2 laying hens and 2 pullets. A number of laying hen. mostly While Leghorns. "Pastor" Carrlngton, St. Helens. i3l( or Sale 1 boar pig over 2 years old; one brood sow and and one Jersey bull 13 months old. Dave Vluoent, Houlton, , Oregon. 13-tf ,.Vr S:l,i)i. Poland China H- pig. Itegislercd. 1-S mouths old Will- Skli.'.ie. For Sale -One f. year old muie, 2 li-eali cows, two sows W. II SX;"1' West St Helens. '-" For Sale- Spring send wilful, spring seed outs, mixed hay. Also H, ir.nl liock er.KH for hutching, $1.5) jer setting. Wm. Skulo, Wurren, I-hon.i IlKsFKI. ' 7 room house and 4 lots, hard fin ished downstairs. $1400. $500 down balance 6 per cent. J. II. (iodfroy. St. Helens. 8-tf l-'"! "... tru.k it,,?. . J Urn,.. Al ,0";' and several tourln. S good mechanic, ZSf l sacrifice price, l you want n used cur i,.,, over. KUddliou..' ffJJLS llelem, "ult Cl, 1 of halo--10 i,.r , . River Cunning and lTodt,r Clay Street W iw.i... Iw,( For Sale - Team young woik mares, sisters, just broke. Weight : limit FH" lbs , iiged S and 9 y-.irs. Sound and true, need workers, gen tle. One grey horse. .', ?e.rs old. weight I'"1' I'1'' nn'1 """ Im' lu,rs.', ve-irs old weight 1400 lbs. Prices reasonable.' Clever Hill Farm. Deer Island. 1 - U "0 acres near Trenholm, pari creek bottom land, near school. 5 1 .' " One-third down, balance at per cent. J H Uoiltrcy. 10-tf House and lot near laundry. JK0 fl50 down, balaucd easy. J l Coclfrey. 'otf For S-'e - lil-acre ranch in It tcli dor Flat, Columbia couniv. Ui. -oii l-'nr nun iciilars see or call Charles A. (ireenlund on premises 114' For Sale Timothy hay and li cord wood. C. J. I.arscn. l'hone tOll'ir., Warren, Oregon. l"-lf WHY? Why spend your time and strength in laundry work? Why subject your fam ily to steamy smells? Why use fuel, water, soap and time? When the St. Helens Laundry for a few cents per pound will do all the work and save you the worry ? WHY? ST. HELENS STEAM LAUNDRY Moats Special Prices on Kvcry Saturday we make special bargain pricei ivcntH. Good beef. vc;il. mutton, pork, ham, bacon etc. Take advantage- of t!ie:ie specials and ?ave irwnn t u your meat bill. Special Lard Prices 5 lbs. Home Made Leaf Lard $1.55 2'i lbs Heme Made Leaf Lard 85 3 lbs. Home Made Compound 70 Hcttcr ct a supply at these special rice. The People's Market Till: ORIGINAL CASH AND CARRY STORE ritone40 St. IIeleni,Ortfj Our Large Stock Must BE SOLD Dry Goods, Shoes, Mens' and I Joys' Clothing, Dress Goods, Blankets,Quills 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 ST. HELENS, OREGON ?A 'AT1" .iA ',"' vVOTOX3 7 HOW IS YOUR AUTO What About the Radiator Dol-s it Keep Hie Engine Cool 0 Is the Engine in Your Auto Knocking? Pe C i. n e, 1 " " C'"J " BC ' " " TO ,&Eev' Ver"aUli"S' " NOW IS THE TIME OF U wrallier is l,ti, ', '"" "Smc 'our " I"1' ' y wi" wht " 'i"E U rlace.l in tZJ7" " UnU1 n"d f vu"": - - - Drive Into Our Shop Today e . plicnomnuil bareai, i UMd can. mAxwELLLLJNNAUTO COMPANY Tel. 138-T "C Blotk East of S. P. & S. D(.w St. Helen. 0H