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MIST MISTINGS Mrs. Carl Aamand speot Wednes day In Portland. Edison I. Ballagh was a business visitor in Portland Tuesday. H. M. Buck transacted businesa matters In Portland Tuesday. Miss Wanda Sain spent the week end with friends in Forest Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Carley visited with friends in Portland Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sherman mo . tored to Portland Wednesday. P. W. Harrison transacted business in Portland Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Allen motored to Portland Wednesday. Ben Copeland was a business visi tor in Portland Monday Roadmaster T. S. Wilkes spent the week end in Portland. Dr. L. G. Ross and family will move to the Dart residence about April 1st. Mrs. Harry KurU of Rainier was a guest of Mrs. A. J. Doming Wednes day. Mrs. Rachael Hosklns of Long Beach, California, is here on a visit to Dr. and Mrs. S. B. Hoskins. P. C. Morton, Northwest Represen tative for the Alligator Oil Clothing Company of St. Louis was calling on the trade here Thursday. Banks 27 sawmills and logging camps operating within 20 miles of hers. The Womans Club will meet Tues day afternoon, March 23rd at the home of Mrs. C. H. Thompson. John Dowd came In from his ranch near Yankton and spent the day iu St. Helons Wednesday. Hot Cross Buns. Good Friday, at St. Helons Baker. Place order now. 14-21 J. A. Nemole of Mayger was here Tuesday on school matters. For several years he has been a director of the school in district 23. Attorney Fred Herman of Rainier accompanied by Mrs. Herman were in St Helens Monday for a few hours visit.' John Phillip went to Portland Wednesday to see about securing ad ditional contracts for stone paving blocks. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Aamand have purchased the Parmleo property ou Winter street and expect to take pos session about April 10th. H. J. Southard has received a let ter from his son John who is at tending Washington University at Seattle, stating that he expected to spend the Easter vacation at home. Joe Lumijarvt of Quincy was in St. Helens Tuesday paying taxes and consulting with County School Sup erintendent Allen. Mr. Lui.iljarvl Is one of the directors of the Quincy School. Relieving Nerve Straln-That's f77i what Dr Thompson's glasses V' are doing. If you have reason to believe there is anything wrong with your eyes at all you should have him examine them at once. Consult him next visti. Friday, March 26, Orcadla Hotel all day. 14-? THE ST. HELENS tct ttptdaV. MARCH 19. 1020-, SCHOOL NOTES Ixv I'lr1 Tt, l..w first have cmnuleted lh,,r third Marshfleld Plans complete for 150.000 box factory. Eugeno Sawmill and logging .. .) VVoallnkit obliged tO SllUl .I...... nMn1inl m, a inrtiiue. i i.i.. , I'.,...!.,,- Thin III :l W tllO Mrs. Effle Aylet-hlre of Klamath book whli-h they haw read l'" Falls, Oregon, is a ;uest at tho home j J'.;'.. ,.,..,, ,, .-..2 r.- i r,l Mr ! nh -1.1 In n 111 tllO A HUMS Mil" pi nir. auu mi. . i " - , Ayloshlre formorly resided In St. , completed their seivi n Helons. will Tim tmor Klamath is hero tuk-i for review- cargo of 1,000.000 feet ot rentier. Tli lit, Higher Life." which we all enjoyed. Ho far wo haven't nad 100 per cont attendance one day thin semestor, wo r sorry to say. Theodora Tar bell mid llol-ert Jameson have been absent fT some lime. Wo have added three boys to our sowing club. Wo are now hemming tclvo the remain- or in " , , , ,,, , review and auprl. n en r , , work r:r.B:n.'r a'tr; ,...,,. . ton towels. 1 vo wish lo Invite (ho mothers lo For Sale, Trade or Hire One Dort car with piston rings. Two roar wheels and two front springs. Has one ferder, the other is blnnk, Burns plenty of gas and hard to crink. Cr.rburetor busted half way through. Engine missing; hits on two. One year old, two next spring. Has lots of rattles and every thing. Transmission's dry you can hear it squeak, Radiator busted; sure does leak. Drive pinion gone, front exol bent, Tires blown out, aint worth a cent. jot lots of pep, runs like tho deuce. Burns either coal oil or prune juice. One tire gone, and it runs on tho rim, But it's a mighty good Dort for the shape It's in. This car can be seen every day, except Sunday, labor iously chugging its way to trenholm, with mail and passengers, and any time after 2 P. M. we will be please"1 to demonstrate the merits of this wonderful car, at the popular Jitney prices. If you are not suited with the performance, don't kick, for I'll be Yours Truly, just the same. N. O. LARABEE OPPORTUNITY WEEK from March 19th to 26th Opportunity Week furnishes a convenient time for the whole family to find what they want or need at especially lower prices, a time to save money on every day requirements. OPPORTUNITY No. 1 Union Suits 10 dozen Ladies Spring Union Suits low neck no sleeves, tight or shell knee. A regular $1.25 value for 90c OPPORTUNITY No. 3 Boys' Pants 100 pairs Boys' Knee Pants, age 6 to 17. Values up to $2.50. Choice for Opportunity Week OPPORTUNITY No. 2 Silk Hose 10 dozen Ladies Silk Hose in black, white, gray, green and brown. A regular $1.50 value for $1.19 OPPORTUNITY No. 4 Shoes 5 dozen Edmonds Foot Fitter Shoes. The shoe that's made of one leath er, one last, a shoe for comfort and dress. $1.85 $9.50 OPPORTUNITY No. 5 Worthmore Waists 5 dozen Worthmore Waists in voils, lawns. All the latest styles. A waist for Easter. $1.50 OPPORTUNITY No. 6 Shirts 5 dozen Mens' Soft Col lar Shirts, just the shirt for Spring and Summer. A good $2.25 value for $1.75 AUSTIN'S tnir nil a lumber for deliver) at san i -run.. California. The vessel Is scheduled to sail tomorrow night. The closing number of the St. Hel ens Lyceum course was held at tho school auditorium last night when the Welsh Ulee clu ) entertained sev eral hundred peop'e. The program was well rendered i nd received. The 11. J. Kay Millinery Is now In permanent location having ou dis play a select line of the Hall made blouses besides a new display of Easter hats. anvt. Laden with 975,000 feet of lum ber and carrying v. number of p:s- si-nctrh. th. steamer out Saturday night bor.iid lor Mi'i Pedro via San Francisco. For Salo Lot 1 1 and 1 2 block one Columbia Park Ad.lltion St. Helens Ask the yard marthall. Somiuar strom Ship Yard. H '-' Mr. and Mrs. Mto Anderson or Menomonle, Wisconsin, wio guests of their friends M r. and Mrs. ('. L. Wheeler Monday. The Andersons were enrouto home after spending tho winter in ( aiifornin. L. Hosasoo and Hurley Turner of the Columbia Klver Canning Com pany went to Clatskanto Tuesday to sign up the farmers In that vicinity for the tons of produce the cannery at Clatskanle will need during the coining season. Elmer Chuptnan who is doing a lit tle farming near (lohlo, was In St Helons Monday. The farm life agrees with him and he likes it In sayi). After a months stay In California. Louis Rosasco returned to St Helena Saturday much improved in health The weather was flno and the climate Just right to make the effects of his attack of tho "flu" disappear, liu said. Deputy Assessor J. B. Godfrey Is assessing In the Scnppoose district this week, and deputy llurrell Graven is engaged in field work lu the lower part; of the county. H. B. Murphy of the Western Spar Company and W E. Lacy, president of the Associated Engineering Com pany of Portland were hero Monday to witness the launching of Uit steamer Everett. W. E. Lidyard was In Portland Wednesday and returned with the cheering information that Mrs. Lid yard is getting along nicely from her recent operation nnd expects to couw home about April 1st. For Sale-Team young work mares, full sisters. Welg it 1300 lbs. Ono gray horBe 5 years old, weight ltiUO lbs. One bay horse 8 years old. wgt. 1400 lbs. Clover Hill Kami, Iieet Island. . 1 4 The Houlton Parent-Teachers' as sociation wishes to express its ap preciation for the hearty support giv en at the basket social by the people of the high school and town, ami Its ' thanks to the orchestra and to tin people who contributed to the pro-l gram.. Leota Ket )1, President. The musical re- its! to be givoii . by the pupils of Prof. Fred Kldoh. j which was to hao been given n. the high school auditorium on Friday ; March 26 has been postponed a.i-l will now be render ;d on the evening! of Friday, April '). This postpone I nient was made In order to give way ; to other attractions which had bee;. ' arranged for on the first date sclied-j uled. Manager East of the Liberty has secured an except onaliy good pro gram for the coming week, note worthy among his bookings beint, Mary Plckford In "j)addy Long Legs" on Saturday; Hnyakawa In "Tin. Tongman" on Tuesday and Harry Carey In "Three Mirked Sinn" on Thursday. Probably tho one of these threo feature photoplays that will carry the greatest local appeal will be "The Tongman" which deals with the tong wars among the Chinese residents of this section of the Unit ed States and which a few yfarn ago were raging In Portland to an alarming extent. This play gives the Inside story of these differences among the Orionti'ls and it Is said that when shown in San Francisco came so nearly causing a fresh out break that but one performance wh allowed when the picture was brought to Portland, the Chinese so cieties themselves requesting thai It be cancelled. moro bnsehall gainst. K'Klltll (irU The girls of th. conn, I heir first nic,,.,,,' first lesson otui,te(, W III V RUUl-V, TIlAM I questioning .J" N and rlvlr. il,i- ".. . 1 II are hue illnes:). .. .. ,...,!. .,1 In kiv'tniig t.ooi.s" out of our room for a whole week. This has b.vn our ambition for some tune. Third tirade Lena U-ssard from the Sliatlmk school. Portland, entered the "A ,.,.., Friirivs Klngsley from Hi" lloiladay school entered the "II" eh'" The attendant ' l 'oi'tv The "If class 'iav finished their first Third lieuler. The "A" class are now reading In their third one. II, tilt -lilll'K 11 I'M WO rklng hard on Wnpama left! tho minimum roiulred spelling words making itiii MIL week. ' ""k Bupt. Duncan from Um J gave a very IntereiU.. .. some ulghtli grade clu Mt " the v.s.tid Thursday i fler- Tliey un til,! Millie. Mrs. St e noon. Geri'ld Clayton returned to school Monday lifter threo weeks absence Fourth tirade Wo were sorry to Iom Alice Prulli or from our grade. She hs K'!i to IliHshoro to reside. We have one new pupil this week. Clarice lluliliat k, of S.'leln The "A" class urn taking UP the study of fractions, and the "II" class has nude a start In long division. Somo hard work Is being done to master these subjects. Fifth Grade. We have only two absent this week on account rf slckiien. Iiivls'on "A" urn now reading "The King of the Golden Ulver" and are enjoyiiik,' It. Our Current Event period for the week has developed toward astron omy. The chief subject of general Interest is tho future conversing with Mars Sotiin of the topics lire most Interesting. Ono new pupil today iiiakea the Si velilli tirade. Mr. Punran spoke to tli pupils Wednesday morning on "Living a Ip w w o BUNGALOW ORCHESTRA ii . r . TllPcnAW vi r r t , t. Kcunn r-n.iciiiciu, lUMum imivjui, rviarch 23ri CITY HALL. ST. HELENS. Admission. 25c. ..... Dancing Mn ft EAT "ML Hood" Ice Cream EVERY DAY IT'S GOOD FOR YOU At 'MASON'S" Only f Far Better Bread The Kind You've Been Hankering For! HERE IT IS! Our llmsd is a FU.U PLUMP, loaf, with th in nit BODTll Hint MOTI1KH ustnl to make. Horn it go ilonn KASYT lb tter HKI.IKVK It does! Greatest domealle bread I taW and your grocer has II. 10c the large size. West St. Heleni Bakery a IIKCMANM Irnn. Houlto'l ' Photlli WEST ST. HELENS Mr. George Caso, a former resi dent of Bachelor Flat, was vlHltlng friends in this city. Miss Eleanor Hodglns of Portland visited with her sisters, Miss Mildred and Lillian Hodglns Friday. Miss DuBols of Vancouver, Wash Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Duliols. M The box social clven by thu Parent-Teachers' association was well attended and netted them tho neat sum of $145. Mr. and Mrs. Elridge Crouse were the guests of friends Tuesday evening. Prof. O. L. Rhlnosmlth cent Portland visitor. Mrs. Basoel was In Portland week looking for now spring viiniiuitsu. Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Clark motored to Portland Sunday to visit with their son Wilbur who Is confined In a Portland hospital. Mr. rnd Mrs. Clydo Uric have for their gueBt this week, Mrs. Urlc's mother, Mrs. Wondorly of Rainier was a re fills mer- NOTICE TO CONTRACTOItH Bids will- be received until March 31st, 1920 for masonry work, plas tering, excuvatlng 'panning and car penter work on the new Calholl.. church. Plana and specifications may be obtained from Rv. Father Clancy St. Helens, Oregon. Successful bid' der must furnish bond equal to 60 per cent of the contract. The right la reserved to reject anv av oil 1,1 a o J FATHER J. P. CLANCV St. Helens, Oregou THREE BIG DAYS at the LIBERTY Look out for Jack THURSM jsey Ha'iComin' c 1 C J 1 SAT'DAY MARY PICKFORD IN "DADDY LONG LEGS" Ik M .l,,,,H,rt B,. TUESDAY SUSSE HAYAKAWA IN 'THE TONGMAN' Tliit picture was not al lowed In run In Portland lecu. th ChinM so ciety thought il would oute long war. The inside story o! the Chinese tong wars with a wonderful love tale woven in. and to top this off there will bo one of Harold Moyd'n New Million Dollar 2-renl 'oiniMlirv making the best hill In many moons. ml lnPIyf5lrntfihiiTfJ Marked Mer from Tlie ramoui Story W I PFTFR R. KYN "The Thrcc Godfathers EVER read any of PTM KYNE'S storicsf TWF can just about im1Wj J thrilling hit story. "THE TH1 GODFATHERS, U whn" you that three marked forced to adopt a tiny mWjE born in the terrible beet desert and with terrific oddi Mr them, bring the child to uM i,.u ,i i.) Ait and see n" great play how Fste cn re-j their Uvci in "Marked Men. .tnHf, Pro.-4: Best o! the BesJ Weekly Program I'tlday, March It). "Tlur' t Itiidiuin Myn ery." a two-reel WiiHtern Drumn and a two-rnnl comedy. Natupday, March SO M,H1 PI('KH)KJ In "Daddy long IifH'' mid a l'utbo Itevluw. Hunday, March 21 Paul Iiki I'rrdi-rh k In "Oiii Week of UU" and a two-reel rimy aPrsons ('oiuedy. Monday, March 2-.fr-i-F.iild K'niiU In "Piirlners Threo," and a Qureon Holnios. Tuillny. March ... . Ittv "The T.'ig M , uring ll..;,ri cno of Ha"1 m niot. "Hiiinplng ',0 way." Wednesilay. Man " Dorothy ' I Hard IK''1" two-reel eomedy. Thursday. Mar Harry t W l"' ,lod comedy'