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4 ST. HELENS. OREGON. FRIDAY. MARCH 26. 1920.
Km- n.,i.. . OVER THE COUNTY DEER ISLAND Mrs. oJhns of Portland is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. A. Adams V. E. Clark transacted business In Portland Monday . S. S. Shaffer and Mr. Bishop went to Vancouver Monday, week in Portland with her daughter Mrs. K. Cox. Mrs. O. Gill spent the week end at the Fred Gill home. C. A. Kitch ha3 gone to Idaho to visit relatives. Fr.'.nk Bunzll is reported as get ting along nicely. Mrs. S. S. Shaffer's father Mr Bishop, has rented the Dena Wilkes Kitch place. Regular meeting Deer Island grange Wednesday evening. March 31st in Artisan hall. Mr. riI Mrs. Art Gaittens were Portland visitors Monday and Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. English, Mrs. Bonser Nicholas and Kelley motored to Clatskaule Sunday In the new Case. Mrs. Mary Burns who has been quite 111 tor several months, is able to be out again. Mrs. Sayles from. Naparine. Wash., Is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Chdo Hansen. Mrs. Hannah Seffcrt of Woodland, Washington, is with her daughter, Mrs W. E. Clark, for the summer. Mrs. W. W. Stanley, of Portland, spent the week end at the farm with Mr. Stanley and Dean. Miss aDrllng, principal of the school, is reported as on the Bick list. Mrs. Otto Judisch and Mrs. L. Clark and son were Portland vis itors Monday and report that Frank Bunzlo is getting along nicely. Mrs. M. L. Nicholas returned to her home In Portland after spend ing ten days with her sister, Mrs. English. Audrey McConnell irnd Vera Gaittens, who have bee attending school In St. Helens have been on the sick list the last two weeks. Mrs, R. F. Scoffern returned home last week after spending 10 day. with her i. lighter and family near Oregon City. ' Mrs. F. H. Adams and Miss Drakt were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jasper in Portland the most of last week. Mrs. Leon aJsper is being treated in a Portland hospitak Mrs. Jasper is suffering from after effects of the flu. Harry Kyle, C. G. M. spent the week end at the Helga S. Freeman home. Mrs. Kyle expects to be able to reirn home before long. Mr. and Mrs. Wolff and family have rented the,- Fred and Harry Caples farms and are moving from Bachelor Flats this week. Mrs. N. A. Andress, Mrs. Clyde Hanson and Mrs. George Mills were box party guests of Mrs. Bert Adams to see one of the special turns at the Liberty last week. Jess Martin has sold his truck and route and expects to leave for Wash ingtr.n this week to go in business with his brother in a tiro repair shop. Ed. Radcliffe of Goldcndale, Washington, and Mrs. Walter Jones brother and sistor of Dena Wilkes Kitch, returned to their homes, they having ben here several days set tling the estr.te. Mr. Pu'sey has been working on the 149 line this week and things are commencing to look alittle more encouraging for service. In the meantime tl 14 6 line is out, but patience, all things come to those who wait. Mr. and Mrs. Art Daly expect to leave tnis week for Brush Prairie to taV chaye of a mercantile busi ness at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Jjaly have made many friends during their r fjdence -here s.nd they will be greauy missed in our commun ity. . The regular meeting of the Wo man's club was held at the home of Mrs. eBrt Adams Wednesday, March 10th. Roll call was! enjoyed and after a short business .meeting the time was given to sewing rug rags, thereby adding money to the club treasury. A thoroughly enjoyed luncheon was served. The next meeting will be with Mrs. N. A. Andress Wednesday, April 7th, at which time will be the regular elec tion of officers. Miss Patricia Clapperton with 24 cf her little friends, celebrated l 9th birthc'J.y last Wednesday, the 24th. Games were played from 4 to 6:30 then a. delicious luncheon was served. A lovely big birthday cake ornamented and lit up with canuies was the centerpiece. After lunch more games and music until 8 o'clock when all departed for their homes, wishing the little hostess many returns of the day. SCAPPOOSE ' Miss Maud Watts is home from Casa Blanc California. Our young folks are homo from the various colleges making things lively. You can spend a pleasant evening Friday, March 26th, at WatU ant Prico Hall. Mrs. Mac Martin of Poulson, Mon tana, Mrs. Lyons of Portland, spent last week with Mrs. Metcalf. The Brownlee family moved from the EiBenblautter placo Monday to Whitmore, Oregon, about six miles from McMinnville. Mrs. Erlenr StAvona la .. i with rheumatism and has started taking treatment. We hope for her a speedy recovery. Rev. Upshaw spoke morning and evening last Sabbath. Mrs. Upshaw accompanied himand they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Watts. Arthur Clarke, of Ketchican, Al- miss uuzaoein Peterson of aJcksonville, Miss., were married March 10th In Alaska another war romance. Mr. -Clarke Is the son of Mrs. William Campbell. Community church, Sunday School 10:15; morning worship 11:16; Christian Endeavor. 6:45; evening service. 7:30. The regular services next Sabbath but we are not able to announce the speaker. Murguerito Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tannler, died Suuday at Baker, Oregon, of pnou monla developed from an attack of influenza. She was ill less than a week and her death came as a shock to her many friends. She was a professional nurse. She is survived by her parents, three brothers Al. Tannler, Scr.ppoose, ErneBt and H. M. Tannler of ePndleton, four Bis ters. Mrs. Jaques, Mrs. W. C. Smith, Miss Cecilia Tanuler of oPrtland and Miss Agnes of Scappooiie. The fun eral was held in Portland Thursday. This is the first death of the family tnd the community extends thorn their sympathy. The homo of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Frakes was the scene of a family reunion Sunday March 21st. All of the family were present, excepting the son-in-law, Harry McLanchlan, who was called away on business. Mr. and Mrs. Frakes entertained with a roast turkey dinner and all del icacies that accompany a turkey din ner. Spring flowers were used for decorating. Those present were D. V. Dobbins and his tour children, Warren, Jr., Lucille. Jane and David, of Walht Walla. Wash.. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dobbins and daughters Lola and Faye of Portland Mrs. Lulu McLanchlan of Hillsboro, Geo. E. Frakes and wife of Scappoose. Three of the guests enjoyed birthday an niversaries during the month, Mrs. McLanchlan, Mrs. Amy Faye Frakes, and Dorothy Faye Dobbins, who re ceived some very nice gifts. YANKTON Cal Howard and family visited in Rainier Sunday. Miss Helen Jensen spent the week end with relatives in Portland. Sunday School at 10:30 a. m . the Rev. Johnson preaching immediate ly afterward. The Rev. Pamlee of St. 'lelens will preach the Easter sermon for us. R. J. Lovelace of Rainier motored to Yankton Sunday, bringing a num ber of folks to visit at Guy Tarbell's Mrs. P. Leabo spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives and friends at Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gortler aro the proud parents of a fine little daugh ter. The little miss arrived Fri day. March 19th. Mrs. Lulu Heiling has resigned her position as teacher of the Chap man school to accept a more remun erative position elsewhere. Mrs. Reiling, te:cher of the Chap public schools of Bonton and Llucoln j counties. Her rioiner ari'i '' "home fires burning' In rnuoniinii while the high school Btunt was be ing carried out. Mr. and Mrs. Ienr ing will be at homo In Corvallis where the former will continue his business and Delia her college work. A host of friends extend congratulations. WARREN it.. v Fur Sale Good hay. In imrn. t'o nor ton. A. K. Sandatrom, War ren. Oregon 14tf LOST AND FOUND The annual meeting of the stock-' l.ont A ,,J;''', a holders of the Warren warehouse, wolghl nbo.it 1 100 1 ... N ,ry" ,.. ... u. i.... . in ... An.l.irnnn. RcaOOOOHO. Mlir HOIH" 14-2 FOR SALE will be held Saturday at 10 a. in. A. L. Larsen, Leroy. Alvlu and Miss Nora Uirson with Carl Ander son spent Sunday In Portland. A largo number f tlio .voimr ioiks, . . . of Warren were g.iesls of Miss K- For Sale Lot 1 1 anil 1 2 M k 0 " thor llollingswcrth of Bachelor Flat ; Columbia IVrk Addition Rt Melons, at a St. Patrick's Day party. A ,sk tlm yard maridmll. So,"m,,r," pleasant enjoyable lime was spent. ! si rom Ship Yard. 1 - The Woodmen I. ml a lino special Fur Sale llorkahlro brood vows, also 11111111 wKiinllnB llg- Also dent rutil tracts of laid nir McNulty station along thn paved highway. For Information hih or addroae, A. H. Larson. Warrou, Oregon. H i j.'r Bulo Dim Ironrlad Incubator, 1 50 okk Mr. D. C. Howard imnd It nnoo Price.. $12.50 at J. 8. Mowory linuso. W. K. Cnrrlngton, lloi 102. 14-tf. For HaloThe wood on five acrea of land, cIoho to railroad track and St. llolons. 0. W. Mtn, lloulton. OroRon. H-tf session In their 'mil on Saturday night. W. C. Cooler and K. F. Lar sen being the chi f entertainers. An Interesting meeting of tho grunge will bo held on Saturday night. Arrangements for furnishing tho new hall will lu completed. Tho degree team of tho Evening Star grango of Multnomah county will exemplify the work of tho Itrd and 4tu degrees on Saturday after-' noon, April 17th. Tho team cun-j sists of 20 men and 20 women. J. . J. Johnson, maste:' of tho Evening' Star grango will have charge of tho coremouies. Small Pigs For Sale- Six weeks nnii m of W Hill PKIIM" Warren, Oregon. 15-lf ' Per Sale Gray maro. 4 yrs old, iwglit. 1100 lbs. Just broke. Clie-ip for la quick sale. 2 miles out on Yank Ion mad. I'. W. Swygerl, Phono jlO'FSl. WE III' V. raise mid sell fur-bearing rabbit, and other fur-bearing iiilnmtn. List what vol! hm'e wit. I us. Hinting your lowest prices on A number of the most largo lot shipments. Tim Fur K Spec. prominent grangers of tho stale urn 1 ialiy Farming n.. GlU oU .v i expected to bo trosent. Including Ave., Furgo, N. link. lj-18-4 Judges Stapleton and Morrow ami ! . Mr. R. W. Gill und J. 1). Leo. A I i,.r Sale 1 60 acres fine wheal Egg Eor Hatching From Wil liams Rhodn Inland llods, setting, 1 00. Black Minorca, McConnoll strain, $1 25. Whim Wyandoltes. Regal strain, from Port Dover. Can ndn, $1.60. Leave orders at 81. Ili ens 2nd Hand Store or Central Con foetlonery. 13-6 Cull Shingles For Sale IjuI Bros.. Rainier, Oregon. 1 3-8 For Sale Mixed clover and tim othy hay. Paul Adams, Warrou. Ore. I'houn I05F15. 14. good road, nil icood i.!,lo,tV '""red; 86 fruit ? d;J Kalr 4 room liou?'! k.n Iiouho. wuua ,B"rt to collar, many Ced,Vl,l llttlo running rJJ n -..., U1T Wl ,, oJhn ojHeplon. Vl1 'A For Rain Tl cord wood. I01F16. Warron.-OrH For Sul.v-1 bor 1,17 old; one brood Jh Jersey bull IS nioath, 1 Vlnoont. lloulton, Jf 1 1 ifiaiiii n -mi . 1. Warren. Owu..r n. i. 1 Candy llunlnxu. hoiim. or anywlmre, WJT nlshod: 130 V""" . - '..if u n mi'ii; nxprrixnca unneei-. Splalty Ca.i.ljfmt.TI S South 18th t)tro.t. 1 20 nrpM RA.-T. L. cent. J. II. Godfrey. large number are expected from lo cal county granger. A dinner will be served at 6:20 p. m. BACHELOR FLAT land seven miles north of Medicine. Hat, Alberta, Canada, three miles from Red I'liffe, a booming young town. All fenced, four wire fence, .0 acres broke, two room house, chicken coop, good well. Might con- Mrs. Ole Peterson was a Portland sider trade fur Columbia county visitor Wednesday. properly. This Is :vn A. No. 1 prop- Holland Musten spent Sunday with' osition and will give quick action ! his family. Inquire or w rite G. A. Rlvert, Si. Don't forget the school meeting j Helens. Oregon. taj Saturday evening ut 8 p. in. i ' G. S. Hurkhead arrived Tuesday for a short visit with his boh, J. .M. Hurkhead. J. M. Hurkhead and Kendall Hurk l.ead were Portland visitors Satur day, j Two good frosli gride Jersey belt- Mr. and Mrs. Wilford HolllnKi-1 ers for sale, wit ti or without calves. For Sale or Trade Olio work mare weight about 1&U0. Will sell or trade for cow. W. I). Mct'allum. Yankton road. 15-1 Frank Bugle lloulton, tiro. Phono 16-tt worlli motored down from Portland und spent Sunday ut tho A. J. Hol lingsworth home. A Swedish Baptist nilsslonur) freni Warren preached a splemllu sermon Sunday following Suuday school. The Armenian drive is on, th quota for this district being $50. If you will give to the committee. It will save a house to house canvass. .hiss e.siner nollingsworth was , hostess at a charming St. Patrick's: For Sale 1918 Brlscoo 5 passeh Day party last Friday evening. The er touring nulomobllo In first class house was tastefully decorated in ; corditlon. Will sell on tornm ,r For Sale Singer sewing machine $10.00; horse hugtty and harness. , Sa.UO cash. Mrs. F. Speliar, Yank ton, Oregon. 15-2 i For Sale 12 fino Cotswold sheep : and five lambs. Enquire of E. It Treharno, Vernoula, Oregon 14tf white and green crepe paper, ever i greens and (lariou is. Jlany young man school, will entertain her duoIIs 1 . ' ' .' '"' "V "? JounK a Dartv to he ivnn n. ti, 1i!l' ,ru, narren. M. Helens and - . , . .... at hm.co r0,iD,i., - uiu riai were preent. The even- toel1110" GTnn, lt n tXX.9 ir,..r.. Th- young peop.e roport'a " , , """. "i" u spienaia time. . I uui 6U11160 utuies are request ed to bring cake and sandwiches Tlie locnl lecturer Is preparing a program. The Industrial club leaders gave the club members a St. Patrick's day party at Mr. Than Brown's the 17th. Games were played and three gallons of Than's excellent Jersey cream was frozen and served with cake as refreshments. A rare treat that Jersey cream Than. On Saturday, March 20th, at high noon, Miss Delia Brown was married to Mr. Aaron Dearing, the Rev. Hig boo of St. Helens officiating, at the home of her parents, Prof, and Mrs ple.ee, Yankton. Mrs. Dearing Is well known In St. Helena having been a popular clerk at Mason's last sum mer and a year ago. She taught school 1918-19 near Olney, Clatsop county; is an O. A. C. D. S. student, having graduated from Corvallis li it school. Her husband in a, successful baker of Corvallis and is a graduat" of Philomath, Oregon. They are a well known couple in Benton coun ty where thoy are held in high es teem. A number of the happy coup le s old time school mates sat at the wedding banquet, her brothers, Seth o , a"d Aert and Miss Bernice Soule of Portland. The bride and groom Beth and her other brother Ellis who was not here, and Bernice Weru ai.' high Bcl"olmates In Philo math Oregon. ,vlrs. Dearing's papa was her teacher for 6 years In the trade for house und lot or farm prop rty. See or write Fred Kelel, V. it. Box 265, St. Helen, Oregon. 14if SUGAR DOWN! 6 lbs. Cane Sugar. $1.00 Shortening Down! Lard Down! Milk Down! Crisco Down! How does it sound, Mra. Housewife? While we believe that some of these prices are only temporarj, we would NOT advise our customers to buy heavj at present We are headquarters for TILLAMOOK CHEESE 45c per pound. THOMAS H. ROY TIIF. MONEY SAVING GROCER. Phone 12 Yes, We Deliw St. Helens, Oregon r r '- fA:- ill-U A n v : A. VERNONIA Miss Kathcrine Malmslen has been 111 for several days but is reported to be recovering. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Walker Hull on March 14tii und Is said to be growing rapidly. Mlas Veda Emniens was absent from school several days last week owing to n visit to Portland. Tho Vernonla hl;'i school Is work ing on the senior play to bo given by the senior and Junior classes In a few weeks. The play Is entitled "The Fascinating Fanny Brown," and promises to be a groat success. Mrs. Maudio Duncan was a recent visitor to Portland where she had some dental work dme. Miss Kllen Knstrom filled her place as teacher in me primary department he.' absence. i-r It rr-'v during H The tennlB season Is oneo morn op en and the high school students aro rapidly wearing out the new tennis racquetts. Mr. Theo Keasiy u working diligently on a new court which we hope will he finished be. fore school Is out. Lebanon Lebanon-Santiam J,um -her Co. to erect pinning mill. Itail road spur to be laid to factory. Cottage Grove Manufacturing Co. nianing extensive improvements building. to riember Federal Reserve System This One Subject Of Strength A Bank is as strong as its Resources behind us we have the Federal Reserve System with gold reserves of $2,200,000 -000. ' YOUR bank should be the strongest ready for any emergency. Our facilities and resources are at your service. FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Scappoose Capital. m.OpO.OO Unite Statei Depository SINCLAIR WILSON. President DAVID M'KINNON WILSON. Vice-President EDWARD E. WIST, Cashier World's Garden Soot IS RICH TIN THIS COMMUNITY-THIS COUNTY THIS STATE. There is no "better fishing Seven miles up stream" so why spend money in traveling to other states, other climes, only to find ground not a good as maybe nau right here, living conditions typical to all homcsteading-and far away from the friends who make life worth living? Real Estate at Pre-War Prir.es We take particular pride in submitting this list for the approval of honx mg individuals. Not onb is ,h ,n,i u ' i. .rr.,.J i -v..s i.iuiviuuais. Not onl s ea. h an,l ... u " " -tr.r,A m hvinZ3 vPPOr,Um,t,y lT SUth h0-krr to "make a start" under attractive lcn effected by the general raise ex perienced since the war. so an investor is practically getting in on the ground floor. BARGAINS IN FARM LANDS 0 A. Close In plow all fenced- about till If Illlli1B anil ruHt nearlv nil 6-7 A. Will, runi.li,K at ream, rnod-rn G room hoiiHo, about 1 nm, fruit; iiwiiUH.! y ,l""r,"l H"rl" r. l)MMi.im. ii, .. ' y "t ,.,. . , . r"1 tti. A . ""M':i"l-!llH 2i! CITY HOUSES FOR SALE horHOH, Willi IhA til.n in V ' f""1 H,",ll f1"-"'. near V W 18 x '"""V""'1' 3 room bouse. I n e;,y rL A K""' "' nl IHMMI Hy lernm - i mill) runiunif stre bciiooi routo. 70 A from depot on ronnlr Uott(I n.nn nt one ,.,!. ,)n , '"! ami a wond rfui . , f no "lnK" of Owner In , i,'u "l m,in ftl ,!w money 1 "'"ll,, u'"l nec,u t10 VnTZT'" -'"Kva.lon. on i room houHii with fireplace, 1 !4 I"1' fenced, flno aoll and everal fruit iw wiill loeated on muendem Htroot. OH" UK". l IIMMHI jtood tertiK. .. 4rooin Iioiiko wltli bath, II Harden ! fnnend, barn and chleken bouse. W terniH, or good dlncount for rh. , S room lioiiBO, 2 blork from mill. I1 gnrden and fruit. 2 Ioih all 'e"14 $Iimhmm, ery eaay tornm. . 8 room Iioiiho, 2 block from mill, l Kiirden lot, and anvnral fruit tree". t& chicken houHe and yard. $i.W0.Wi torinti. . fl room modern Iiouho with aleepln P" tiro placo, nicely arranged home. 0"' bko and Rood lot with ouk lil ,r' good location. $SHimmk, . u 7 room modern hoima with two fine " ""J on tho pavemeut. If you wnt J borne cioao In aoo thl. JKM.M) l lornia. B room Iiouho with lnrgn aleeplng pnf6. 1 . block! from City Hall with fine jr' view. 1V4 Iota, wltlL ower connect'" Th Ih Im one of the mot coniforumj homei In thn City, and can lio li ' vory reaaonnblo figure and on ev tormg. ..ir. uariiH, or(-l.r,1 r... '. "" fenced. $.vmmm. Terii CroM A. 6Vi mlb ,rol Ht-" " macadem roiiri ,. road. rnni ' . u,,Pl. "n ---r . i IUI1III. filter plr.,.,1 , 10,ih. ami i 1 H,,rlnK 'mlly orchard. " ' OooJ 'Jcr good f,.,ico ,.?, 'il 2:3 ?' Innd un. l.0 per acre "ru'"'t.on. Price NEXT LIBERTY T 1 1 F A.TR E T M RUTHERFORD BUILDING " We Have Moved Our Office to the RUTHERFORD Building, i" the store room formerly occupied by "Dick for Duds" and will soon have our new quarters arranged into modern and convenient office room. We invite our many friends and pat rons to call and inspect our new busi ness home. J I