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THE ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1920.
PAGE TWO MIST MISTINGS Dr. S. H. Russell spent Labor Day with relatives and friends in Albany. Attorney John L. Storla was trans acting business in Portland last Tues day. i Harold Masten cvne down from Portland to spend Labor Day witb j relative here. ! County School Superinterdent 1 Wilkerson was In Clatskanie Monday J on school business. Banker Miles and H. S. Mason were among St. Helens visitors at Clats kanie on Labor Day. Judge and Mrs. Martin White tpent Sunday In Forest Grove on a visit with the Judge's sister. Manager East of the Liberty was in Portland Tuesday on business con nected with his show house. Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Shatto of Port land were Sunday guests of their daughter. Mrs. Eugene Blakeslcy. Mrs. Roy Gill returned to St. Hel ens Sunday morning after spending several days in- Portland with rela tives. Mrs. Alice Wreford has accepted a position as stenographer in the office of County School Superintendent Wilkerson. Mrs. James L. Brooks of Yanktou is reported slowly improving from an illness following an rutick of the flu last winter. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Warring of Yankton are the happy parents of a new baby girl, whose birthday wilt be September 2. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Kiblan and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Helon spent Sunday and Labor Day with relatives in Cathlamet, Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Jean Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Parker and children of Portland were Sunday guests of Mi and Mrs. William Muckle. Misses Helen and Grace Boyd de parted from this city last Saturday for Seattle where they will enter Bchool for the coming year. P. J. O'Malley was In Yakima, Washington, for a Sunday and Labor Day visit with his daughters, who are attending school in that city, i H. E. Cornthwaite has purchased a fine 250 acre ranch 7 miles from Vancouver, Wash., and he and famib will leave this week for their new home Sherman Miles, H. S. Mason, John Philip and. J. L. Foote were among those from St. Helens who attended the Labor Day oelevj-ation at Clats kanie. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Johnson, Mrs. Morgan and Harry Lyons motored down to Clatskanie Monday after noon to take, in the Labor Day cele bration at that place. Through the real estate agency of John Phillip, the farm of Wash ington Muckle on the Bachelor Flat road has been rented to John Vara itch and Pete Tonich. Mr. end Mrs. Gust Wlttnebel an children of Trenholm motored to St. Helens Monday and visited with friends. Mr. .Wlttnebel is chairman of the Trenholm school board. Mr. and Mrs. Dunnlgan of White Fish, Montana, arrived in St. Helens Sunday morning and r.re guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Dateman. Mrs. Dunnigan is Mr. Datemr.n's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Stevens and daughter. Letha Sue. of Kalama, spent Sunday raid Labor Day here tho guests or Mr. and Airs. ti. E. Cornthwr.ite and St. Helens frlendi. Cecil Ross, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Fannlo Ross, were pas sengers on the Ueorgianna Suuda morning bound for Seattle where they are visiting relatives this week. E. A. Rotger returned Sunda from California, accompanied by his wife. While by no means fully re covered in health, Mrs. Rotger has been much improved by her sojourn in the southern state. Eluven hundred barrels of rsphalr were brought from San Francisco on ihe steamer Klamath and discharged at the mill company's dock Tuesday night. The asphalt is for the War ren Construction company. The many friends of Mrs. J. S. Masten of West St. Helens who has been in a Portland hospital whore she underwent an operation will be pleased to know that alio is convales cent and in r 11 probability will soon return to St. Helens. . If you wish to know as to whether you have any dlffi Vsv' culty with your eye-sight, cat. on Dr. Thompson, advanced optical knowledeg and tho right glasses. "That's his reputation.' Next visit Saturday, September IS, Orcadia ho tel, all day. 39-2 Fred Vogler brought his yacht Wisdom down to St. Helens saturda night and spent Sunday and Labor Day here. He was nccompanled by a number of friends, among the party being E. N. Strong and Mrs. Strong, Howard Covey, Miss Davis and Miss Daisy Deering. Dr. James C. Martin who has prac ticed dentistry in Portland for a num tier of years has moved to St. Helens and opened offices In the bank build ing, room 14. Mrs. Martin accom panied the doctor and for the pres ent, they are making their home at tho bt. Helens hotel. i. a. Anderson, who lives near Clatskanie. was in St. Helens Tues day In conference with School Super intpnripnt ilkarunn Ml A mlnrain 1 U'lin la n HirMtn. nf Un.nl f ' ........ school is one of tho old time residents of the Clatskanie section and well 1 known throughout tho county. Yolnnda, aged 6, Luigl. aged 5 and Angelina, aged 2 years, children of . Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sera fin were baptized at the Catholic church Sun day morning. After the ceremony. , the family r.nd a number of friends went to tl- Serafin residence in Trenholm and had a family reunion and dinner. The steamer Lake Gehh'rt arrived in last Monday night nr.d is taking an a cargo of lumber for delivery at Callao, Peru. The steamer's home port is Chicago, and she was built there about a year ago, brought through the lakes and locks to the Atlantic. Tho Lake Gebhart will carry about 1,600,000 feet of lum ber a portion of which w ill be load ed at Astoria. J. H. Thatcher was transacting business in the metropolis Tnursday. Mrs. Harold Uroughton spent the day with friends lu Portland Thursday. Sheriff LaUare and Attorney Day were in Mist on leg il business last Tuesday. J. carver took a little salt air at Seaview, Washington, Sunday and Labor Duy. A. T. Kiblr.n, West St. Helens mer chant, wr.s among business visitors in Porthmd this week. T. S. Whito was lu Portland couple of days this week attending the state undertakers convention. Mrs HI Mnff Alien .f 1 .n ArirnlAa Cal., arrived in tho city the first of the week for a visit with her uiothor, Mis. Ana Co 5, and St. Helens frlonds. airs. w. v. uiauesiey was Hostess at a pleasant little dimor party Wed nesd.iy, her guesia boing Mrs. HI Molt Allen, Mrs. Anna Cox and Mrs. A. J. Doming. Suuda and lmbor Duy guests at 1 110 home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Uurcham were Miss Dorothy Macken zie, and Wm. Shaw of Portland and Wui. Kinzttc 0 Seattle. Many St. Helens residents have been varying tho monotony of b"e. sleuk with venison steak since tho deer season opened. - Tho city ului rods h:ve been out lu the bills lu tor co and with fuirly good luck in aearly all cases. Mrs. B. M. Eust and son Neat hid is week end guests. Dr. and Mrs. t. R. Ross of tiikuu. The doctor is on the staff of the Oregon State hospital and while hero ho weut out with Neul and D'liny Copeland in quest of a big deer to tako back tq halcct, but tho deer refused to be killed. Mrs. Ross Is a daughter of Mrs. East. W. A. T.iylor, representing the Oregon state fair, ws 111 St. Helens Weduesdry In the Interest of the fair. Mr. Taylor Is desirous . thut Columbia county be represented at the stato fair with an exhibit, and as .lie stato fair meets tho week follow ing he county fair he ures that tho fair officers forwtrd tho county ex liililt to Salem. , Next Tuesduy night the local K of P. lodge will entertain itself, and incidentally the Pythian SlBlers, with one of Its well known luncheons. Judge White and Colonel Fullorton put the proposition up to the lodge that they were hungry and not being sufficiently fed at homo, and that unless the lodge came to tho rescue with feed they would soon be re duced to but mere shdows of their former robust physiques. Therefore, the feed. School opened Monday In the room In tho rear cf tho ci'y hall. Parts of the second and flf'.h grades were transferred to this room, the over crowded condition of tho main school building making this necessary. In creased attendance still makes con dltlons con J en ted In some of ihe grades p.nd additional room may be necess:.ry. Two more now teachers will also bo needed. For tho present Mrs. J. U. WllkorsoT 13 assistUs the touching forco until teachers can bo secured. New Fall Coats on Display The.new Fall Coats are here. They're just unpacked and ready for you to take "a peek" at them. . Anfl whatever else you do next week, you must not fail to plan to come to see 1 f v Classic Coats for Fall ', "Stylishly Distinctive" They certainly make us think of autumn days and we know they will make you feel that way. too. They look so ready for chilly days with their soft, warm- folds, rich colors and lovely big collars. There are all kinds of styles from the wrappy, dreBsy coats that are the very "newest" thing to the short, nobby sport coats ready for any need. And belted coats are here, tod". You know they are always good. Will you be In soon? We'll surely enjoy showl There are especially attractive colors ahowi. In the assortment here all the colors populur this season. And materials range from soft plushes and furs to good-looking cloth couts In clever designs. , And be sure that whatever coat you like bent, It will be "good style." That's the reason why we offer you Classic coats, with perfect confidence that you will be happy In the coat you choose. n g you the line. TIM Ra that the young man could be right on time Monday morning to assumo his duties aa assistant man ager of the local telephone onice, the stork left a baby boy at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Scott erly Sunday morning. Just what Inno vations the new resistant manaKi'r will make has not ben announcou. but It Is staled on good authority Mint ho h:i already exercised soino authority over his father. Mother and son r.re getting along nieeiy. A special train of six sleepers nnu two diners will be run from Astoria to Pendleton for tho Round-l'p by ih Astoria Chumber of Commerce. Sinenses will be about $60 p'-r. In. eluding meals, sleeping accommoda tions and transportation to anu iroiu und during the Round-t'p.. Anyone wishing to make tho trip communi cate with Astoria Chamber of Com merce. Stops will be made at wuy Dolnts for those who make reserva Ions. The train will De caiiou 1110 l.ower Columbia River Round-l p Special." Lester Wellington is nere lor a .'ew days visit beforo returning to he University of Oregon to continue his course of study. During tho lumer months Lesto.- wo-k-;d i.t vur- ious occupations In order to have ho "wherowlth" r the winter, urrylng hods for a brick m.ison lu Salem was tho hardnot Job he 011- ountered acd picking cherries was bout the eusleat .''lid moot pleusait, te says. Without thinking he men loned the fact that many of the iherry pickers were nl"ls. Fred Carlson and a young man -oinpanion who stated he lived In Cortland had a nurrow escape fron. serious Injury Sunday afternoon when ho Chevrolet roadster In which they were riding left the road near the llert Seffert place below Deer Island 'lid after turning several somersaults. landed-right side up near the railroad rack. Neither of the occupants were Injured and aside from smashing the op of the car, llttlo damage resulted. A crowd soon gathered at tho scene ind helped get the machine ouck on ihe road. It is stated thut the ma chine was traveling nt a high rato if speed when It left the road and the Indications were that John Bar leycorn had something to do with I hi. Ueerlng. m To The Public The automobile public Ik hereb) lot If led that J. II. Flvnn has dis posed of his garage shop and auto trcessory business to K. A. and It. O. Harms, who will in future conduct he business at the old stand. Mr. I'lynn still retains his automobile gencles at ths old stand. Mr. Flynn asks and bespeaks for :'i new owners the same generous patronage accorded him In the past, nd It will be the aim of the new 'lim to maintain the same auperlo. standard of work turned out In the ast with a guarantee and assurance 'hat all repair work entrusted to tnelr care will have expert atlentiu). Patronage of old and new friends solicited. J. II. FLYNN. K. A. HARMS, R. O. HARMS. FOR BALE Slab wood, fl por ord. Also rough dimension stuff heap at Little Mill in nicuride can on. Deer Island. Phone 14SF1S. 37tf. WAN f ED WANTED A girl for housework. Vpply to Mrs. Jacob George, St. Hel ms. Ore. Phone 47. 87tl WANTED Plowing with tractor; l-hottoiii. W. II. Sears, Scappoose, )ro . c-o Chas. Wlkstrom. 3H-42 WANTED To buy three or four loien pullets. White, Leghorns pre. 'erred. N. Sherwood. Warren, Ore hone 108F21. lf You'll Pick A Vi:.L LOST AND FOUND LOST Strayed from leer Island, ne bay team of horses, weight about .1000 pounds. Reward for informa. Ion or return. Phone 146F2, Deer Island. Slt STRAVS Taken up, 1 horse, bias 'uee, 2 white hind feet, branded In .erted with O on l"ft shoulder; 1 11 y with 4 white feet, whlto star In orxhead. both animals with black 1111110 and lulls. Owner Is requested o pay charges and take the animals .way. Frank Daniels, Railroad Ad Ill Ion, St. Helens. 3tf U iron make thla I0Br f " place for Uta puM uuTof kL For yo. cnot h L tor what you buy. or ho. ? buyer perfectly saUsfl? only way we know iWtaT cannot be snruaiJ M JJ" which cannot be auK-hei St. Helens Co-Oper tive Creamery Assn. The Celebrated ' Bergmann Shoes Awarded COLD tfl-IDAL P. P. I. B. Baa Francl-xq. im Tlie Htnmgeat and Nearest Wii proof Mho Made toil UHJOKRH. CIU'IHKHN. MIU.MKN ANU AM, WOKXERj TIIKO. BKIUJMANN HliOK MKU. IX). A2I Tliunnaa Rtrret " Partus! AW FOR THE UKHtflM ANN WATERPROOF 8H0X OIL 3 Want Ads Fall Yarns We have just received a new shipment of Fall Yam All of the newest and latest shades and at prices that will move them fast. Come in and make your choice while the stock is complete. M. RICEN OPEN EVEMWOS 3 FOR SALE FOR SALE Household furniture, 'ongrogatlonal Parsonage. Phone 33-J. 3S FOR SALE Dining room set, kltchon utensils, etc. Phone 33J, 'ongregatlonal Pursonage. 39 FOR SALE Good clover hayj heap, If taken at ouce. It. Karth, ! I'ankton, Ore. Phone 118F11. 38tf FOR SALE Twin Indian motor-: Wclo cheap, or will trade for cow I or young stock. Rert Lampa, Yank-1 ton. Ore. 39-40 FOR SALE One registered Hol Hteln cow. 4 yoars old. and heifer ?alf. Also beef cattle for sale. J. Vaudorschuro, Warron, Ore. 38-39 Why pay rent? Duy from owner! 4 Room house with largo pantry und I or 2 cots. Small payment down and make your own terms on balance Lou A. Puzey, Rox 676. St. Helens. Phone. 38-31 Hitt mIII rliunks llml lrfr Hireling Hid be from n 'run Ik pur ml of wauw. Tho I(-1om(I.1 rWrigerutor home In Ilia WASTFMOHH IIOMH PROTECT YOUR" FOODS T. A. NYGAARD Phnns 13-W Delivered Dell FOR SALE A variety of apples and plums; Hurtlelt pcurs; Ever green blackberries; wholesale prices Bring your contain.; good uu. road. Paul C. Adams, Wurren, Ore. Phone 105F1S. 3xtf .FOR SALE White Leghorn roost ers from heavy laying Hogunl.od stock from Petaliima. Cal., the Pi. iioer Hatchery. Will sell for $1 60 if taken soon. Mr. Cook Gamble. Rox 867, 3 miles west of Rainier re- 38-40 FOR SALE Fl 4 gallons milk per day now; 2 will ..o irrsn iBsi or October; other cow gives 2 gallons tnllk per day now ill good cows; price $400 G W wl:l?M.i)Cer ,Hland' Uro-" I'hone 146MS. 37lf MY HUDSON ik'iit .... sule. 7 miHHnrii..r ..... - cattlo, sheep or calves. Frunk I or 228 Alder St., Portland, OreK: Wa a rni tlwovs .t. , . , - M biiow you ... ii can oe used t. do your nlnwlxr mi .. a ll r.r wood ..., ,tt'cl 'do FOR 8ALH I --. uu yr pound. One .r wo good milk oows. r ed Turn ' brod sow. Set heavy harness tl,Z, i First class dry cord-wood. fJu ! loniis or trade. Paul i ii 'Worren. 106F16 Ada,"'H' ' 37tf Close-Ih Acreage HERE IS THE CHANCE TO GET THAT ACREAGE TRACT YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR We are dividing 120 A. adjoining the City Limits in tracts to suit the purchaser at reasonable prices and on easy terms. This is the only close-in acreage that is with in easy walking distance of the industrial center and close to school with good soil. It has a County Road through center and will have free mail delivery, it is also just off the paved Columbia Highway, giving a paved road right down town. There is plenty of timber for shade and some for wood. This is the CHANCE you have been waiting for. Bet ter come early and get your choice of land. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CAM. ON RUTHERFORD REALTY CO. Plionea: Office 183 Kec. J 7