The state game warden's office,
through Game Warden Brown of Hub
county, sounds a warning to people
not to molest young fawns by cap
ture. No permission will be given for
their capture and rearing except in
rases where the mother is known to
The following circular touching on
the subject has been issued by the
game warden's department:
"In past seasons there has beeu
many Instances of peoplo capturing
vaunt fawns and then asking per
mission from the department to hold
and rear them
Evening Hour, 8:00 p. m.
SubJ., "Lessons From OurAnts.
Services in School Auditorium.
"The Church That Serves."
themselves In favor of hnvlng
ether such gathering soon.
Thus a hitter pill started on Its
unv down the long tune to i
THK VHV.K MKTIIOIHST
"The Aggressive t'hureh."
Houlton Houd anil Secoud Street.
V. M. Higbeo, I'astor.
Order of Nt'rvhva
Sundiiy School. 10:00 a. ni.
Preaching, 11 :00 a. m.
Song and l'raise Service,
Kmngelistic Meeting, S:1B
Mid-week Prayer Meeting, '
day evening. S:00 p. tu.
A Children's Day program will be
riven Surtilay night at the church. In-
Two such Instances stead of the regulur evening service.
Of course the unnarnionlous far- v down '' h , )..
Ion also had been busy such as hav- a chug n III. I I ' '
ng the district piano that had I n come a part of ' ';' ..
n the hall for weeks taken away on jtl'o high underpinning ami K".'
the eve before the social. When
ihir piano was bought, the member.
of the Woodmen lodge as well as th.
whole community responded gen
erously at a basket social, but then
in the hands of u few this community
piano was purposely taken out of the!
I hall. I! at the committee knew wliat
p. m.iwas brewing, so no Inconvenience was
A WAHHKN WOODMAN.
Kll Not,vTlio Mist knows Utile
of the subject referred. It would be
glad to know more from either sld.'
Interested In llu mutter.
I TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Wanted to lluy Ouo or io cows
giving over 6 gallons mllK per day.
Sain ChristopliuuloH, Mux 318, Ht.
Wanted About ten tons of alfalfa,
clover, or mixed hay. This or last
vciir's hav. Suln t'lirliiloplinulos. Ilox
St. Helens. H8-S0
Have vou notuM(1 (h."
of tht Mist Want ;V 5j
rliNnKf4. Hi.um.i '" ,1
have occurred so far this season.
"It is the consensus of opinion
that the mother deer knows where
her youhg ones are at all times ana
that If thu fawns are unmolested the
mother will find and provide for
them. This will conserve the deer
which are the property of the state.
"Therefore, except In instances
where the mother Is known to be
dead, no permission will be granted
by this department to hold deer tak
en during closed season and the law
which covers the taking of deer dur
ing closed seuson will be enforced."
ilie time is S o'clock You are In
vited -to come and encourage the
children by your presence.
St. Helens and Houlton
Albert S. Hisey, Pastor
Sunday School. 10:00 a. m '
Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m.
Kpworth League, 11:30 p m.
Uveuiug ServiceSl 7:30 p. in.
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study,
Wednesday, 7:30 p. ni.
Houlton, Combined service, 10. Ou
Subject for morning. "The Fouu-
"THB SILVKR HOKUK" dntion of Righteousness." For ev-
OV tl'JUU ISLAND cuing. "Living for Today."
Rex Beach's "The Silver Horde," I Summer is the play season of the
the new Goldwyn-Beach production ' year. Men sin when they plry. not
t'l be shown at the Liberty theatre on when they work. Hence summer hiui
June 29th and 30th, contains scenes its danger for the ChrisMan. It is
showing the salmon industry which that he neglect the church for. things
were filmed in the salmon fishing ; less Important.
and packing regions of America's i our services rre always attractive
Northwest. After investigations the and helpful. You will find your
company decided that Lummi Island highest joy in worship and song, and
nnd the contiguous waters or rugei service In
Sound were ideal for the purpose.
'Twenty Years Ago
(From the Files of The Oregca Mist
June 22, 1900.)
Mr. W. A. Harris and family start
ed for Nehalem valley Friday. Mrs.
Harris expects to remain in the valley
a month, staying at the homesteud.
The largest salmon ever delivered 1
In this city was caught and brought
in last Tuesday by Jas. Peck. The
fiBh, a Royal Chinook, weighed 70
pounds and was a beautiful specimen
of that favorite kind. Peck received
$4.94 for his catch, 6 Vs cents a
"The Friendly Church."
Holy Mass at 9 a. m. Sund.iy. Con-,
fessions, Saturday at 3:00 and 7:30
p. m. As many as .possible should
receive Holy Communion.
Second Mass at Deer Island, 11:00
a. m. Night services at 7:30 p. m.,
including devotions and benediction
with the Blessed Sacrament.
Non-Catholics always very wel
Jos. P. Clancy, Rector.
Twenty-Five Years Ago
(From the Files of The Oregon Mist
June 28, 1895.)
Mrs. D. J. Swltzer was in Portland
Mrs. T. C. Watts of Reuben was
in town Saturday night in attendance
at th4 Eastern Star chapter.
James Guineas now sports a new
horse ho nlnd. so eentle. that he can
puck his whole family on or for that I E!W.KY$l'?a:''mm'"m'm''
ha made a good trade, ahd can sing
in the language of the native poet, :
"As he rode off on his grey mare,
Meg, better never lift a leg." Deer .
WHY WAS THK PIANO TAKKNV
To the Editor of The Mist
The basket social given by the
W. O. W. Lodge of Warren was as
successful as could have been hoped
tor. The receipts were sufficient to
leave a very handsome balance with
which to make an initial payment
on their new piano which they con
template buying for use at 'social
gatherings. A good time was en
joed by all, and several expressed
Twenty-Eight Years Ago
(From the Files of The Oregon Mist
June 24, 1892.)
Three young boys went from this
place to Multnomah Falls last Satur
day on an excursion failed to return.
They are Tom Muckle, Nick Sundb
and Ed. Hayburn. It seems thfit
these three had plained to "hit the
road" for their health and had pre
vailed upon a number of other boys
to accompany them on their jourm-.
hence, but without effect. The three
are about 17 years old each, and have i
been practically doing for themselves
for sometime, consequently no cause
can be given for their action only a
desire to "see the world" in all its
variations, which no doubt will be
accomplished to thoir full satisfac
PLYMOUTH COXGIiKG.YTIONA L
A "Wide Awake'' Church.
Corner of Wllamette and Columbia
Rev. A. R. Spearow, Pastor.
Sunday, June 27
Sunday School 10.00 a. m.
SubJ., "The Noble Life of Samuel."
Morning hour, 11.00 a. m.
Subj., "When Jesus Speaks."
Christian Ender.vor 7:00 p. m.
Subj., "Living up to Our Responsibilities."
YOUR FAMILY, YOUR
SELF, YOUR HOME
BE INSURED. I REP
RESENT THE BEST
COMPANIES AND CAN
FURNISH YOU LIFE.
ANCE.. SEE ME BE
FORE PLACING YOUR
. L. Stone
St. Helens, Oregon. '
Fourth of July
EARLY AND NOW.
We have a splendid line of
men's and boys' suits for
your inspection and selection.
ome in today and make your
choice. Also a full and rom
plete line of Shoes. A fine
assortment of neckties.
Come to St. Helens and celebrate.
Join us in making the day one long
to be remembered. You are in
vited to make our store your head
quarters. Drop in and make our
acquaintance. We will eudeavo
to treat you right.
F 1 y n n & Cornthwaite
Columbia County Agents for
MAXWKI.U IIi:iHO, 'HAL
MKKM ASm I'SSKX
Shop and Salesroom O n e
Block east of 3. P. S. depot.
"Mt. Hood" Ice Cream
IT'S GOOD FOR YOU
At "MASON'S" Only
ST. HELENS BAKERY
J. E. RAMSEY. Prop.
Fresh Bread. Rolls, Cakes and Pies.
Light lunches served at all hours wtih a cup ol
That we always have the latest in
St; Helens Bakery
St. Helens :: Oregon
Get More and Better Fruit
Ge More Money for Your Fruit
We have the most compk
stock of ummer Spray
in Columbia County
SEND YOUR ORDER 10
Warren Co-Onerative Wa
Wan en, Qrtji
fiftr The June Bride
Hrniui presents nro as essential hr the veil. We have ilmm In
Agate Kings, Stick I'lns. I'eniianlH and a variety of useful mil
pretty Juno wedding present!,.
We also huve a splendid lino of high grade wrist watch
inner waunes Hamilton and Klgln. You will find
VON A. GRAY
Reliable Watchmaker and Jeweler
YOU DON T TAKE JUST ANY
THING THAT IS.1IANOED
I have my own Mens nlxiut rnmiltif
tfriMfry store, anil ijilrf among thwt Is
That I inn paid lijr the iniiiiiiiiiiliy I
ere in iim M. in im rlinliMllon In
wli ling iih ti liandUe, iiiul nol in tke lite
fln.1 thing iluii n nrreretl ni unli-a It U
(lie lute word on I lie xiihject.
u rim ninny Ncctire I lie lx-.t'oii trie
mnikel 1 1) phoning
THOMAS H. ROY
The Money Saving Grocer.
Die Vosl lii Value The llel In Ounlllr
Oils, Gasoline and Tire
: The Kest m
You Cn W
... i..... i...k boot
is . a saviiik" u
melius freedom fro ',
ubllliy to sell" inr;
. . I ..I.HllV 111 "
coiiiiori mm i"'"- -colnn.
Why not oJj
woiiiiuriiii - j
' dollars will put T " H
SIOII llllll eveij ... J
llio rerelvfng.IelK wHJ
thn book mure "
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Member Federal Itestrva System
'HAS. (JUAIIAM. President.
H. A. CHII-D8. CA
St. Helens Iron
Poot of St. Helens Street
A completely equipped shop for all kinds of maH
Him me worK, weiaine, Dra ing, gcn -
and blacksmith work. RHntr us vour ' ork.
too small, none too lare. Prices reasonable
tent with good workmanship.
J. W. AKIN, Mgr. G. B. DUCKWORTH, As
W. A. LEVI, fiec'y.-Treas.
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