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THE ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, 1920.
PAGE TEN MI i 'J : v !3! MIST MISTINGS ' Mr. and Mrs. Von A. Gray and fam ily were Sunday guests of Portland relatives. Mrs. Lola Fleek of Portland was an over Sunday visitor at the George home In this city. Hugh Mason returned Sunday night from Seaside where he had been spending several days. It is our aim to sell goods at the lowest possible prices. Give us a trial and be convinced. "The Elite." James Galtens who resides near Deer Island was one of the out of town folks in St. Helens Wednesday. Tom Muckle returned Monday from a Journey down river which took in several towns along the route. During the absence of E. A. Kotger in California, Jacob George is doing the landlord act in St. Helens hotel. Extra special Saturday and Mon day only: one lot of laces, values to 20o yard, at 7o at "Elite Variety store. J. N.. Lovelace, who lives neai Rainier, was here Wednesday con sulting with other members of thi Fair Board. The Misses Charlotte Lenfest and Ruth Trelstad of Seattle have been the guests of Mrs. Eldridge Crouse for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. A. Buswell of Port land were Sunday guests of H. A. Colt and family. Mesdames Buswell and Colt are sisters. E. A. Rotger left Saturday for Coll fornla on a short trip and on his re turn will be accompanied by bis win-, who has been in that state iot her health. Prof. W. C. Gauntt, principal of the Rainier schools was here Mondu; ana went out to the fair grounds with Secretary Wllkerson to pick out a space for the exhibit of the Rainier schools. W. H. Hlnson spent Sunday in Oregon City visiting with his daugh ters. He was joined there by his brother from southern Oregon and the meeting was in the nature of a family reunion. Mrs. Orln SheDherd Is visiting rel atives in Aberdeen," Washington, this week, after having upent a week witn friends in Seattle. Captain Shepherd expects that she will return tomor row night, at least, he hopes so and is willing to admit that he Is not tlio housekeeper he thought he could be. Timborworkers Union No. ISO promise Its friends a royal good time at Goblo Saturday night. This or ganisation has acquired a reDutntion for its excellent dances and the one at Gohle will be no excoptton to the rule of popular dancing parties the union has been giving In the past. You are Invited to he tliore, with the assurance of nn enjoyable evening. T. J. Flippin. republican nominee for county commissioner was In St. Helens Wednesday. .Mr. Flippin ex pects to be elected and the assurance of the voters throughout the county, leads him to believe tlmt he will be elected. Mr. Flippin, for a num ber of years has beeu road supeo visor in the Rainier district and has been prominently identified with the progress of the county. Last week the Mist scribe crossed his wires to the extent of Installing Judge Fullerton In the position of city school superintendent. While Super intendent Rutherford made no com plaint of this unintentional slight placed upon him, nevertheless the Mist man feels that he was griev ously wronged and hastens to apolo gize. The judge has no apology coming, because he is already swelleo up over having another title thrust upon him. Carrying around the titles of judge, colonel and superintendent Is entirely too much for one man, anyway, but Judge Fullerton feels amply able to stagger along under It. O IBERTY THEATR f 1 The Home of Paramount Pictute BIG SPECIAL SHOW LABOR DAY MONDAY, SEPT. 6th - ROBERT The story of a "gentleman" who was a cad, of an uncoutft sheriff who was a "prince," and of a girl who was taught by bitter adventure to know the truth. The celebrated stage play by Augustus Thomas, transformed by Hugh Ford into a screen entertainment of a hundred thrills. Major Robert Warwick in the famous role of Sheriff Jim Radburn. supported by a brilliant cast including Eileen Percy, Monte Blue. Robert Cain and Noah Beery A pitcure to please the eye, stir the blood and touch the heart. See it! MACK SENNETT COMEDY What a Boy Needs for School SUITS, SHIRTS, BLOUSES UNDERWEAR, HOSE, TIES SHOES, CAPS and COLLARS What a Girl Needs for School DRESSES, UNDERWEAR, HAIR BOWS, SHOES, SLIP . FERS, BLOOMERS We Have What They Both Need AUSTIN'S fg LIBERTY THEATRE UUKKTY THEAThK UUKKTY THEATRIC IJUKRTY THKATRK MMKKTY THKATKK S - I.IUKK'I'Y TIIK.VIKK IJUKRTY TIIK.VI'ltK IJUKRTY TIIKATKI jjjj COMING CHARL,?S RAY I FATTY eARBUCKLE Friday,Saturday Sept. 10-11 ) "Greased Lightning" 11 "The Hayseed" ' J t. Tuesday and Wednesday, September 7th and 8th PRICES 20c and 35c )DGB cAdoph 2maot ores Gcdnc PITZMAURICE PRODUCTION I On With ThG-DancG msmmmr -Tinge i i i i t m4jtf$m Faster! Faster! r n yUV, -frjfr ) Slaves of Pleasure, lost in the spell of f ' t tVrir ftP' I ' BrPadway's lights and laughter. Driven i xf ' 1 e 'as unulnilled desires on ; A ' k If and ondancing. loving, thirsting for i if'"r M I new sensat'ons beyond the law be- '' f 1 - 1 1 L yn virtue'nt0 tne abyss- ! ' i7 v'v'd lav'sb drama of human souls i jSl I u ' IW that drank of to much "life" n New ' " 1 fcjLf 1 f Jfilf York's Great White Way. ? i JVr 1 V;7Wk 2-Henl Comedy, "I'liAY MATES" SPECIAL SHOW ON LABOR DAY. SEP1. L SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th t k. mm mi ram F lilHs HV.rX. fl Pntlio ItnU-w Mut & Jeft CurtMn, "Prioe of KIm." KKn. (I I'Hlhe Itovlcw Hnul) I'olUrd Comedy, "Homn Hln-li.' FRIDAY,) Parsian e' III - ELSIE FERGUSON Sept 3rd Comedy. "Hello, Uncle." SATURDAY, SEPT. 4th Harry Carey itt'BLUE STREAK McCoV Rip-Roaring Western Drama Murk Houmttt Coimsly t "IT IN AM "8 I'lCK" THURSDAY, SEPT. 9th oilier WALLACE ISIglD 'The RoanW Road" I 4 ll It I . 11 HH1VHIIX AXMHfirf ariixvanx xxithih i MM.I.VMIIX AJ.llM!lj jnixv:mx xxmuvi MHXVMHX AXMn