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THE ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. AUGUST 27. 1920- OVER THE COUNTY SCAPPOOSE Mrs. Roscoe was a Portland vtstto. this w&olt Mr. Cathcart went to the hospital on Tuesday icr another operation. Mrs. Stoltenberg was' In town vlslt- i i 1. . l r Clwan Roy and Allen Wlkstrom hare been ! . - ilk ul.tlvaj In I spending a wet. uu idwui Kalma. Mrs. D. W. Price was confined to her room last week owing to a severe sprained ankle. Congregational church: Sunday school 10:15; morning worship 11.16 Christian Endeavor 7:30. The threshers are making headway the yield of grain is very good and Fern White and Erring Ericsou traveiea oy way oi motorcycle 10 Wasco, Ore., to visit Mrs. Anderson. While home from Washington last week Mr. Mills purchased a Ford truck and shipped to his ranch In Lyle, Wash. . . i in di .viiuauu nag ... u in.u k ' v of his large dairy barn to replace the Darns ournea iasi spring, oerga una Anderson of Scappoose are the builders. A Christian Endeavor lawn social will be held on the lawn at the home of Mr. Grewell Friday evening. Cake will be served free and the Ice cream pay as you get style. A meeting of the public service commission was held at Scappoose Wednesday to consider the applica tion of Alex Bonser for a crossing under the S. P. and S. railroad track on his farm near Rocky Point. Friends of. Dr. Hatfield who were shocked to hear of his paralytic stroke last week will be glad to hear that he is improving. Dr. and Mrs. B latch ford, Mr. and Mrs. Stevens called there this week and found him quite cheerful. Among the out of town people who were guests in Scappoose the past, week were Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Duncan of Tacoma, Miss Anderson of Bellingham, Wash., and Miss 'Dor othy Bennett was the guest "f Vera Price Friday and Saturday. Caroline Whitney spent the woek with hei grandaprents Mr. aid Mrs. Cooper. Daisy Gouchnor was the guest of Mrs. Paige. A reception was held in the hall in South Scappoose Saturday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lange. - BACHELOR FLAT Mrs. Holmes and Miss Webber of Warren visited at the Bennett home Monday. Rev. and Mrs. Hlsey were guests of the Hollingworth family Friday evening. Mrs. Eric Forsgren was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Peterson last Sunday. Mrs. S. Nagel and daughter spent the day with Mrs. Archie Beeler in St. Helens Saturday. Miss Crystal Burkhead Is spending a week In Portland. She is a guest at the G. C. Tlchenor home. J. M. Burkhead and family motored to the camping ground beyond Tren holra and spe'it the day camping. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Berdahl motor to Seaside last Thursday and camped for several days, returning Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bennett and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bennett of St. fiolens Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Erie Morton and family and Mrs. F. S. Heumann mo tored to Portland last Sunday and spent the day. ' Mrs. Hilda Almroth has rented her farm to Mr. Scarberg for a year. She will make her home for a time In Port Ludlow, Washington. I Mrs. Rnllanri Maatnn anA il.n.hj ter, Lois who have bson visiting Mrs. Masten's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olson at Svenson for sevoral weoks, re turned home Friday. Miss Esther Hollingworth enter tained Wednesday ovcnlng in honor of her brother, Merrill, who recently returned from Eastern Oregon. Eight young people of Warren were the Invited guests. The evening wa spent with music and gamos after which a dainty luncheon was served. Mr. and Mm Prank UarA..ht dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J M Burkhead Friday. - VERNONIA (From the News) Harvey Duncan arrived home Sat urday. Mrs. B. B. flark has arrived In Vernon la. Wm. Brown and Mrs. Brown went to Portland Tuesday. C. W. Mellinger is hauling lumber for his new residence. Cbas. Bergeison and Ross Duncan took a trip to Clatskanle. mrs. J. A. McDonald and daughter on the right of way of the now rail road. The road on Beaver creek In Co lumbia and Washington counties is deterioriatlng on account of heav traffio and railroad construction work, and the maintenance of a pass able condition has been slighted on account of expense, but nevertheless It is of the utmost importance to keep this road in repair and so want to Impress it upon the road author ities In both counties, as the numer ous complaints to that effect. The new school house on Beaver creek In Columbia county, Joint dis trict with Washington county, i completed. Incidentally the tall 200 foot flag polo which Is near tlili. school has been falsely designated os being In Washington county und much bragged about, but it is about half a mile to the Washington coun ty line. The legislature would have to slice oft another half mile or more to bring it Into Washington couuty. Mr. Wiimlow and family of Lost creek were looking at some rel es tate. 3. M. llouls took a trip to Noyes llollnnd logging camp at Kerry's Thursday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Danielson vis ited at the Carlson homo Suniuiy. Mr. and Mrs. ilfrmlon McAduins motored to Ncverstll to visit friends Sunday. School will open September 6lh. The Hullo teachers were hired, Miss Notter ii nd Miss Smith. Mrs. Chus. Obi'rg and daughter Kllen of Qulncy, w re guests at the homo of Mrs. Chas. 'urlson Sunday. YANKTON DEER ISLAND Miss Bernlce Kenrng Is visiting her sister. Mrs. Ed. Koelan. Cecil Remington of Yakima Is a guest at the Albert Adams home. Mrs. Louie Lengasher spent sot eral days in Portland las.t week. Mr. Stanley of St. Johns was here several days last week on business. Auntio Gill is down from Port land visiting relatives and friends. Bert Adutus had a lr.rge pig killed by one of the speed fiends fils week. Mrs. Ed. Daly and Mrs. S. Shufer were shopping in Portland Wednes day. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McDonald were In Vancouver 39voral duys lust week. Mr. and Mrs. Lidyard and Mr. Murphy were calling at Clover Hill Sunday. Mrs. Beulah Daly Is vistling her mother and other relatives In lrush Tralrlo. Mrs. Art Gnlttens and Mrs. Homer Stewart were shopping in Portland Monday. Mrs. Marv Burven whn linn hen vlsitng In Portland returned home v eunesaay. Miss Slyrl Davis of Medford. Ore., is Visiting Mm. Jnlin Hm.vnr utiil other friends. The hiehwav wan nnenori n n. public between Deer Island and Wost St. Helens Wednesday. The Tide Creek mill was closed last Saturday and It is reported will be moved from its present location. Elmer L.OVd hna romlvail nnHna In report for service In the navy the nrst of the month. Darrell Stewart leaves this week for Mlchlgnn to visit his grandpar ents for several months. Mr. and Mrs. Shane of Brush Prairie were visiting at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Ed. Dp.ly, last Sunday. Mrs. Roberdlng and little daughtei Mauvls Lorraine, and Mrs. Alexander were guests of Mrs. Bert Adams last Friday. Mrs. Ethel Lengas'ier went to Goble Saturday to lit-1 her liroihr Mr. King, good. bye. Mr. King 1 moving to California. Frank McDonald, O. J. McConnclt and Frank D)ily are having tele phones installed and expect to be connected up this week. MlSS Elizahpth ftirnnrt n.l.n l. been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Bert Adams, tor several weeks, returned to Yakima last Wednesday. C. E. Clapperton went to a Port land hospital last Wednesday. He having received ia painful injury while riding on the speeder. Chester Mnf'nnrnill , . , . ... ........ iHaui neverui trlDS tO Portlliml till wool, fn. . gical treatments, an Injury received last winter not healing properly. Mr. and Mrs. McDonald came up from McMInnvllIe laat Suturday re turning home Sunday. Mrs. 'Mc Donald is a daughter of M. V. Blr.hop Mrs. Harry Kyle who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Freeman the past week, returned to her home in Paulsbo. Wash! - J , .uai UMIUI' day. Shannon film for hna k the mils this week announcing a sale' Of grades and vmmcr ,(nni, m.. I - m" " O ww,n inn OlHL , of August. There are some splendid u.wncis among me nerd to be sold and those interested In dairy stock would do well to attend the sale. Woods and Son of Washington are the auctioneers. Mr. Cagle Is building a good house. Nick Hrlnn Is bu-.y with his thresh ing crew. Carl Llndgren made a business trip to Portland Friday. II. O. Howard Is busy this week threshing his grain. Ethel Kelcham is linking lu Wood burn, Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent are visiting their daughter at Rainier. L. Markiinen Is buih'aig another concrete silo on his farm. Jim VanTassel had the mlsfortuno to lose one of his work horses Tues day. R. Jeffries and family, L. Rico ana family have returned from un outing at Seuside. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kraft of Portland visited relatives In Yank ton und vicinity. School will open Sept. 6th with Mr. I'rimm, Miss McColllstor aud Miss Iirown for teachers. C. F. Howard and family, F. Rob inson and family and Fred Emerson motored to Portland Sunday. Mr. Parks of West St. Melons has bought 17 acres of land from Mrs. Effie Brown and will build soon. Enid Tarbrll. Edna Johnson and Margaret LeMay have returned from a camping trip near Deer Island. i-i,.. Pi..a i vi.ii und family motor ed to their former homo In Yankton In their new rar. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Tarbell and chil dren and Miss Tomllnxou vlsllsd Mrs. TarheH'i mother, Mrs. J. R. Loveluce of Rainier. Mr. Crosby who was hurt two weoks ugu was taken to the Good Samaritan, hospital last Thursday. Ho is suffering front a broken hip. Mr. Tlffiiey. the I'lilon Sunday school superintendent of I'ortlutid. will be at Yiuiktou Sunday, Aug. 28. at 10.30. Coino and hear him. All are welcome. Rev. M. H. Staines and family of White Snl in on. Washington, visited his Daren ts. Mr. und Mrs. E. J. Staines, ami his sinter, Mrs. W. Stevens and ramlly last ween. nr. Staines Is pimtor of tho M. K. church in vvhiiu salmon Ho wns formerly of II. Hilton and his wife is a daughter of Rev. H. II. Mason formerly 01 Yankton. Sunday. Aug. 22, W. Stevens and wife entertained his brother, Thomas ltt.nm.ti ntid futilities of Portland. Olio of the unliimi features of the gathering was that there were four pairs of twins present. They were lira and Digit llennnlt, I .a Due, chil dren of Thomas Dennett. Mao and Mario Stevens, daughter of W. Stevens. Lois and l.oulso MalniHten, nieces of W. Stevens, Lloyd and Floyd IlKtitintt. sons of Ora Dennett Hnv. I oral pictures were takon and the day was named "Twins' Day." The fir trees near the house furnlahod an Ideal spot for the tables. Thar war tweuly-4'tin to pnrtako of the bounti ful spread. One would forget the high cent of living In looking at the supply of lusty food stuffs, plea, cakes, salads, fruits, melons and lea cream rulora eu, Hunday ev.,,,1 " til 1 -If lo Si.fe'lb returned to m I h,,,V Ing. "'"""Boa,, - i I Wrist Watches, Diamonds. PmII Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as thoy cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. Thar Is only one way to cure Catarrhal Deafness, and that la by a constitutional remedy. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINK act. through tni Blood on the Mucous Burfae of the System. Catarrhal Deafness Is ' caueed by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube, j When this tubs Is Inflamed you have a rumbling- sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely clnaed, Peafnesa Is the result. Unless the Inflammation can be re duced and this tube restored to Its nor. mat condition, hearing may be destroyed forever. Many cases of Deafness are ; caused by Catarrh, which Is an Inflamed condition of the Mucous Surfaces. i ONE HUNDRKD DOLLARS for any1 ease of Catarrhal Deafness that eanrnt : he cured by HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE. All Drutglsts TSc. Circulars free. F. J. Chcnty & Co., Tolcrto. Ohio. , You'll Pick A Winner if you make this your favoriUi place for the purchase of butU-r. For you cannot loan no iua(. tr what you buy, or how much or how little, our plnn of do ing hunt news Is to make every buyer perfectly MUNfiml. The only way we know how to do this la to furnish qualities that cannot be aurvasarHl at prices which cannot be matched. St. Helens Co-Operative Creamery Assn. DONT FORGET OUR LINE OF STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES IS GETTING MORE COMPLETE EVERY DAY FRUIT AND VEGETABLES IN SEASON GOODS OF QUALITY REA SONABLE PRICES J. L. WILLIAMS & SONS Phono m-W West Ht. Helens. OreKon GOBLE Mr. Knlcht haa hoJ l.l I . , V '"B "vuho ana barns painted. John Link and wlf-i are home vis iting with Mr. C. Link. John Klni? nnri tqn.11.1 un tt , for Long Beach. California. Mrs. Laura Nnrp hfl,i n i . ... w "er Buesi --. .... .,uu uu6iar woes. mrs. INcer or Cal forn'n ...uvmg mis week to Wheeler, Wl o, Mrs. R E Brown and daughters, Hazel and Lillian, motored with friends to Portland Sundry vJOl?- id.a Fox wh0 hrs b9en 111 In Portland is much Imnmj nJ ., return to Goblo this week. " nSd M:ss Lllllan Brown Welter spent Thursday with Mrn E Keelan of Deer Island. Mrs' ,E' Ko,,la have H'JVod to Milton ernalr M v.v.i. ... . , - ',. XYUIII" Will WOrk in fhft e.imn nntt H rr . i . . . i - ". ionio nas been employed as teacher there. Tho funds raised by socUls nnd entertalnmento elvon hv th n r r and W A. W. clubs, were dcpot;lted district No. 20. The piano Is r. gooa one and will odd mi, .u. ' this wtato? by th8 Gob, Lltorary 1 I DOWNING j RaJn'le" Jenn'e Amat0 lg home (rom j Bert Rtnnlov nM i . .. I vr7.ii. : i ' B"ep io tne wuuiiuiu ooys. a - "'"Ol WlUfV, R. M. Hnla and nrlfa . n. Martin Spring for a two weeks' out ing. Mr. Galaway, Mr. Chastaln and Mr. Bennett were looking over Vernonla Wednesday. The farmers started the binders last week an crops reported above the average. The county court with tho Public Service commission were here Friday to look over the road situation in re gard to railroad crossings and other road matters. Mrs. A. A. Bond with daughter Helens and Miss Martha Roeck left for Astoria and from there will leave by auto with the rest of their party for Bend, Ore. . Messrs W. O. Galaway, Chastaln, Hare and Moore were here Friday and arranged fne th t.. .11.11 w.w uuua IfUUUHlK which will be built as soon as mater ials can be assembled. Jim Jones of Mist wag arrested in Vernonla for boisterous conduct and boot-legging. A suitcase with moon shine was confiscated. He wa re leased under $500 bond. At a birthday surprise party fo Mrs. Geo. Sltts, who Is 60 years old. ana mrs. 1. r. upencer the ladles took a walk after dinner to the camp three A Banking System That Has Helped Revolutionize the Farming Business credit a a moS rtltatc" r"' " " This bank realizes to the full th i.ni FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Scappoose Capital, $26,000.00 iintt- m B'Nrram n. ateg D6P"ry EDWARD EWWl8Tr,CaVlhrrerPr6B,,,ent Id's jewrla. Many of ,r (r,. .re J,, I Is situ lS-e l.lVtr ua tl.aa v...a ' ' ' UAII herr. Our pHcrs are vrry pleiwlMK " JuM M n, W e also carry a II..11 f Klfia for coiii,,,,.,.,.. 1 dliiK l very laurli rower i.rlr.. """Weau .m J VON A. GRAY Reliable VV.lchni.ker .nd Jewel. Application for Members11 Harding-Stanficld Republican Club of St. Ilelent,' I hereby apply for membership in the Hardin. eJ Republican Club of St. Helens, Columbia Co t5 and agree to use my best efforts to secure the Harding for President and Stanfield for Senator on November 7 io?r " k SLOGAN: "LET'S MAKE IT REPUBLICAN: Precinct. Name ; AJdreS!i Phone I III III this l.lnnk ami in.. II lo t,K A. (jor u, H- I'ald Advort u,u ' Hrr- Hu "'ws.ls, : J aeai,1tl,r GROOE.RIE AND HARD WARI Everything for fruit canning can be found at this J fir ntcrn ni.ilU,, J . . . kikjus at consistent pricei FreA Vegetables and Fruit Always in Stod FRUIT JARS You Are Going to Need Them Get Them Now Larsen & Co., Grocers 1 Mr. Prospective Bim Get in the swim and buy one of these BARGAINS ( before they are all sold. Property is changing hani fast and it would be well to come early and maktjw choice. HOUSES It. lin.lM u. 11. ....... ... a ... , auruKo, ciiicKim purk and hoime sna - to Rood Kurd.-n soli lots. Hume berries. Iloust furnished. Trice $2200.00 on lurms for house snJ 6 H. houm! on Not. Hill. This Is a Rood buy nt $1100.00; IJM piiymi'iit. lmliuirs on very rousonuhle ternil. II. house slliiali'd on lfl f,1(, ( $3000.00 Rood term'. FARMS A. P4 miles frm (ot on Um rou,,. 20 A cleared, WM" Mislly cleared. All fencud. Nlre fiiiiilly orchard. house and very Rood burn. Klne sprliiR and well on V I rlto $6000.00 -lurms. 100 A. near Deer Island. 40 A. cleared and 40 A. cut 80 ion of buy on pluco. 40 A. cultivated, too& "'rj arn nnd niw.r hm.. am u.,,ll nrrliurd. i" Idace Is on a good road and has a' fine trout ninR tliroURh It. Will sell for $60.00 pr A. ." imiuiice lerms. 60 A. throe mil,., from 8t. Helens. About hnlf under cultlw j flood 10 It. house, largo barn, silo, blacksinltli ihop. P nmchlnery and dairy outfit. Klne 2 A. orchard. 1 'Ta fi'i' 3 '"'"a and some hogs and crop go with owm $13,000.00 terms. . 1 6 A. adjoining City limit,. ...niu.iiii iu ami unilnr cm." 1 K m Noil if. I... 1... (lii r.M. "n7 zir.iin ha .. ... r 1 jMia. 1 ""-oo cash, halunce on very go"" 25 A. farm farm close In nnni-iv k..ir i....u nn flnn road clou a,.,,.l . i,,s. (100 iMin, siuio, etc., a nines iriiin c . inQ 0 "ui,o hiiu 1111 r 11 and nice family orchard. on very easy terms. RUTHERFORD REALTY CO. PHONES Office, 123; Residence B-38 v.