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1 : PAGE EIGHT THE ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1920. ,
Ur and Mrs. Roy Gill were In
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MIST MISTINGS
J. E. Ranisey and John Manning
were Portland visitors Monday.
Miss Annabelle Isbister spent aer
eral days in Portland this week vis
iting friends.
Rev. H. C. Shafer of Los Angeles,
is visiting at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
L. G. Ross.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob George and
E A. Rotger motored to Portland
Tuesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Swenaen left
Saturday for an extended trip through
British Columbia.
Mr. Chas. Graham reports I tint,
crop of wild blackberries this year
around St. Helens.
' Mrs. Albert Burcham and daugh
ters, Misses Nellie and Ruth Burcham
v.-ere visiting in Portland Tuesday.
Mrs. Joe Allen of Twisp, Wash.,
is visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. L. R. Rutherford this week
Eugene Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Holli-
hnn. and Miss Avis Smith were up
from Rainier Saturday afternoon.
Walden and Mason Dillard camo
l.rme Saturday from Eugene where
they have been attending the state
university.
N. P. Simon and Charles Brookman
of the Goble neighborhood were
guests of St. Helens friends Sunday.'
Mr. Simon says the prospects for good
crops were excellent and the farmers
in a cheerful frame of mind.
R. H. Dibblee, a prosperous farmer
residing near Rainier, and Julio Silva
of Clatskanie, were in St. Helens
Monday. Mr. Silva has Just sold Mr.
Dibblee a Liberty Six and they were
trying it out.
Portland Monday.
Mra t. r Van Orshoven was in
Portland Tuesday.
.Tnim Rnuthard was an Interested
visitor in Portland Tuesday.
George Shlnn atended the Shrlners'
convention in Portland this week.
Mn Wm rtnvtpn and Miss Mabel
Davles were Portlund visitors Tues
day.
Mr mil Mn C. H Fnellah of Deer
Island attended the ball game here
Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. James Dar'. was here fro-n
Seaside this week v'slt'tig her daugh
ter. Mrs. C. C. Caoiatt
Judge Mat Hazen who was very
much "under the weather" last week,,
is out this week attending to busi
ness.
Otto Brockhaus, who resides In
school district near Deer Island, was
1 ere Tuesday. Mr. Brockhaus
brcught in the anual report tor Ills
district.
Gust Havall was before Judge
Hazen one day last week charged
with a statutory crime. He was
bound over to apear in the circuit
court.
Sheriff LaBare went to the War
ren seining grounds Monday and
brought back two boys accused of
stealing. The boys were lodged in
Jail to appear later before the Juvenile
court.
Bishop Eben Jo.nson and wife
Rev. S. Harlow Johnson of Clatskanie
their son, and Mr. Botha, their son-in-law,
stopped .over in St. Helens Satur
day on their way from Clatskanie to
Portland. Bishop Johnson's official
residence is Capetown, Africa. Mr.
Botha, whose 'residence Is also Cape
town, is government secretary of a
mission which carries him to the
capital of a great number of coun
tries. 1
Benefit by this price
saving sale and get youi
hat for the Fourth at a
bargain.
TREM E N D O U S
REDUCTIONS
ON ALL HATS'
Also closing of Waists
at cost
B. J. FAY
MILLINERY
-i". NEW 1920 MODELS BRIGHT COLORS
BATHING SUMS
ATTRACTIVE AND NEAT COLOR COMBINATIONS HERE
53.00 $4.00 $5.00 $6.75 $7.50
Woolen Knit Bathing Suits for this season's wear are now here at
prices as low as evci sizes for men. women, miss or child. The won
derful color combinations are certainly charming although bold in their
brightness of tones.
You will desire a new Bathing Suit when you have inspected these new
ones the size and color you wish can he had at the price you are willing
to pay choose now while the assortment is complete.
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THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS:
Two Great Rex Beach Pictures
SATURDAY, JUNE 26
Five Crooks Loved a Girl!
Vlien alone and friendless, she came into
frozen Alaska to mould her destiny among men v
who knew no law save that of their own making,
the "Wag Boys," crooks all, had befriended and
protected her.
Then they all fell in love with her.
And then followed one cf the most powerful
and absorbing train of eveuts that the screen has
ever seen.
See Samuel Goldwyn's Presentation of
GrcatDrama
oftheNoith
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Produced 4hrouk
Goldwyrt
Directed bu
Reginald Darker
Mack Sennett Comedy
DENTISTS'
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FRIDAY, JUNE 25th
BRYANT WASHBURN
In Famous Halurdny Kvriilnu ('out Hlory
"Venus in the East"
He might as well have laden Venus's marble
form with jewels and fine furs! The woman
he courted certainly had a heart like an ice
berg! But his eyes suddenly opened and he saw a
simple, little girl from "God's Country," his
own beloved West.
There's where the complications come In!
Two-Reel Max Sennett Comedy
"TREAT 'EM ROUGH"
MONDAY, JUNE 28th
Fannie Ward
IN
"NARROW PATHS"
Fourteenth Episode of Jack Dempsey
IS
"DAREDEVIL JACK"
TUESDAY, JUNE 29 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3d
ALASKA!
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REX BEACE'S
famous story
OfrSDJlR HORDE
Ducted by Frank Lloyd
comedy, "HER FIRST FLAME"
PRICES, 20c and 35c
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PRICES
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SUNDAY, JUNE 27th
TOM MIX
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"THE TERROR"
A Drama of Dare-Deviltry and Itomanrn
A thrilling drama of gpld hunting and
mountain bandits in the Sierras.
Showing how might was not always right
in the gold fields of the West.
Wherein law triumphs over the conspir
acies of gold thieves in the West.
Story of a young Federal officer who,
single-handed, captured a gang of bandits and
also a bride.
A riproaring tale of romance, adventure
and daring in the Sierras.
MUTT & JEFF
Comedyart, "Price of Daffodil"
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