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Miss Maudo Miller was a, Sunday visitor In Portland. Mrs. J. W. Day spent Suntfay wit, friends in Portland. Chris Bell, a prominent attorney of Portland, was here Monday trans acting legpi matters. T. J. Flippin. Jr.. was among St, Helens visitors who spent Sunday in tne ctty oy the Willamette. Mr. and Mrs. Orln Shepherd went to Portland Saturday evening for week-end visit with frlonds. Guy Fieldbouse was in Portland Monday on business connected with his growing motor business. Mr. and Mrs. Von A. Gray and fam ily motored to Portland Sunday and spent the day with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Antone are hap py over tne arrival ot a ten pound boy which the stork left at their house early Monday morning. Manager East of the Liberty was in i-uruana luesaay in company with the chief mogul of the Mist a fat and slim combination, as it were Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen Harrison of Portland were here Sunday the.guests of Hr. and Mrs. Albort Burcham. Mr. Harrison is managor of th Kamm estate. Sherman Miles went down to Cress well Saturday afternoon to see how his apple orchard affairs were pro gressing. He returned to St. Helen Monday. C. C. Cassatt, who is somo spell binder himself in a rough and tum ble political argument, was among the bunch of ungodly republicans who were in Portland Saturday night to hear Gov. Harding of Iowa talk on the side of the republican campaign. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wellington and son Lester went to Portland Thurs day. Lester expects to leave Monday for Eugene to resume his studies at the U. of O. J. F. Scott, he ot the photo studio, knocked oft on picturo printing Sat urday evening long enough for a journey to Portland to hear Gov. Harding's address. John Storla was out In the Chap man section Monday on a busines mission, and it Is surmised that he slipped a tew props under the polit ical fence in his rambles. George Kolns has rented the Ketel property on Columbia street from the K. of P. lodge and has furnished it so that it is available for roomers an for housekeeping quarters. Harold Spraguer, assistant county roadmr8ter, returned Wednesday from Portland after sponding a week in a hospital at that place undergo ing a slight surgical operation on his throat. SL Helens Lodge No. 117, I. O. O. F., held a special meeting last Sat urday evening for the purpose of con ferring degrees More degree work next meeting, Saturday, Sept. 25th. There will be lunch. Al Lake is not overlooking any good republican campaign speeches this year. He was in Portland Sat urday night to hear Governor Haru ing of Iowa and came back well pleased with what ho heard. WEST ST. HELENS NEWSY NEWS NOTES K. E. Union and wife of Portland were over Sunday visitors in lloulton. Holding county fairs during the equinoctial storm poriod, la moist af fair. Jim Williams recovered from his Intestinal operation so ua to bo able to bo about occasionally. The lloulton hotel has been over run with patrons this week. Usually the entire seating capacity at the dining tables is occupied a second tlmo for meals. Mesdunies Matt Hazen and Mrs. A. S. Harrison, who has been visiting In St. Helens for a week, wore patrons at the lloulton theatre Sunday even Ing, and enjoyed the play very muct Mrs. Hazen returned to her Washing ton home on the coast Monday morn ing. W. H. Ilrower Is putting a now roof on his opera house block of tar and sand. It Is said to be fire-proof. T. J. Chambers, wife and children of St. Johns, were down over Sun day visiting with relatives and friends. When T. F. Robertson wanted shingles to cover his house ho could not get them to suiL him in the local market, so he got somo Inside prices i from a shingle mill. Ho not only Albert Burcham was a business bought enough for tits own use, but purchased 200,000 and Is selling them at $4.50. He will hnvo tn more bv the time these aro exhuustod. Last Saturday morning H. O. How ard shipped a Shetland pony colt to a party at Seasldo by express. The visitor in Portland Wednesday. He has just completod a contract with the Lighthouse department for driv ing range light piling end other nav igation aids along the river. E. W. Ketel, the contractor who has the contract for the concrete Lcolt's mother died Boon after foaling work on the new Catholic church, : and the little fellow was about starv- has made rapid progress. Allot the led when found In tho pasture. It foundations are laid, the frames set was taken to tho barn and raised on a bottle. It only weighs about 76 pounds at the age of three months, but Is a beauty and gentle as a kitten. The S.. P. .4 S. rallwuy company began tearing away the debris of the old fire wrecked depot pre pirn-lory to building a new depot on modern plans. A first class slrucluro of that kind on the old site will be an ornament to tho city of West St. Helens. A speed cop. or some other kind of a cop, might do a financial harvest, and nerliuns nrovent somo accidents. if they would round up some of the' aulos and trucks which aro driven about the Intersection ot highways; lre after dark by thoso too careless or too lazy to light head and tall i lights. I C. N. Oublo, who has been hero i (or the ptsl week, left yesterday fori his homo in Lodl, California. Mr. ! Uabln Is an old tlmo resident of Co li'inblu county. In fact, ho and Double K Quirk claim to be the pio neers ot tun llachelor Flat district,1 1'iivlng settled thcro In 1885. Later, Mr. Gable served as councilman In M. Helens and was at one time road supervisor ot this district. He al ways took a prominent part In coun ty politic and hasn't forgotten poll tics evou now for ho Is weiring u Harding button and Is a member of the Harding club down In Lodl, nnd ynys that section is strong for the republican nominee. Mr. Gable moved to California In 1905 bu: oc ras'onnlly comes back to Columbia county to seo how mutters aro pro I. reusing LOST Scotch Collie pup. 4 months old. Leave word at Lnrsen's store Iteward. H. II. Knapp. 41 James McKay, the democratic war horse of the Scappooso tielKhlxirhood, was In St. Helens Thursday. and the work is now tn shape to pour tho side walls. After this Is com pleted, the general carpenter work can go ahead, Mr. Kotcl said. The St. Helens Light company has recently installed a new dynamo fot the lighting service, or at least it is on the ground and will soon bo In service. Yarn Special Fleishcr's Germantown Zephyer. All the new shade,, Our regular 60c value. Special for one week, Saturday, September 25th .until Friday, October 1st 1 Ball 50c 2 Balls 99c 3 Balls $1.47 4 Balls $1.94, 5 Balls $2.40 6Ba,,s $2.85 7Halls tu 8 Ba,1 $3.72 $4.24 ...,$4.6S No phone orders or mail orders at this price. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30TH Hit on the StetfC jTgj SkScream on ffs y I A k av a k.i ire p ,8mw? Newly-Weds Beware! Would you div;rcc your wife fot two million? There are men; mar ried men who would d j it for les.; but not Johnnie Smith in "La La Lucille." Old Jaynes had been a juggler sj long he could not eat a pea without putting it through a course of athlet ics in mid-air. He's one of the amus ing charaters in "La La Lucille." Love's road is seldom smooth and there are many hair-pin curves and shocking bumps in the romantic path of Eddie and Lee in "La La Lucille." She was a dream in her silken tights a vision of loveliness in her satin trousers. But Johnnie's aunt had her scruples about "show folks" and nearly shattered a happy ro mance. See Eddie Lyons and Lee Moran in "La La Lucille." Nt'XSIIINK OM1DY SUNDAY AND MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th and 27th mm E - l n ku run (J SAME CAST OF CHARACTERS AS WAS SEEN IN 'RIDERS OF THE DAWN AND EVERY BIT AS BIG A PICTURE. DEPICTS EARLY WESTERN DAYS IN ALL ITS REALISM. . ., MI TT Al JKIT r.lKTOOX MKIY IWII lm 1X1 52 I'm J r. I I nut mil you ought to knf? thi grill $ Villi urn. A. &rtdy pr-S LOUISA M. AXCOTTV I Ftmouf Story &MCLTB WOMEN; SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2STH 10,000,000PeopleLove These Girls How much more wonderful and ap pealing than the printed word Is the story of Meg and To and Beth and I Amy, brought to life on the screen 1 A moving picture of smiles and tears, for every man and every wo man and every child who loves and laughs. yThey are four of the sweetest girls in American fiction. They never had a "triangle" in their family. Their beauty never turned the universe. But they are fairly HUMAN! When you see them Why ! You'll really LIVE THEIR LIVES ! You'll be Amy; and Laurie will court you. You'll be Jo and Professor Baer- will kneel at your feet You WILL live this picture 1 That's how good it is! Come and see it. Mack Hennett Comedy " "TH K BTAK liOAIWKK" LIBERTY Friday, Sept. 24 WILLIAM DUNCAN IN Second Episode of "Silent Avenger" A Million Dollar Super Serial Love, Honor, and Danger and Daring. MHO HOOT GIBSON IN 'Texas Kid" 2-KKKIi ('OMKI)V TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28-29 1 & vv If jyM;Viimiiiililrt'''f' fi-fism yon-Siroheltrtf mow can she wear such clothes on her husband's in come? Someone always asks that question and then smiles knowingly. But they were mistaken about the PrTi!y' k'8"' inncent wife in "The Devil's Pass Key." The husband struggling for success the wife, loving him, but foolish and extravagantthe young army officer, gay, reckless, but chivalrous all in the vortex of mad Parisian life, in "The Devil's Pass Key." C'onifxly, "HIUCJIN(j IIOMK THK HAOOV." -m V '