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THE ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY MARCH U. 1921
MIST MISTINGS
Thomas Isbister transacted busi
ness in Portland Wednesday.
J. E. Ramsey was a business visi
tor in the metropolis Tuesday.
Dr. S. B. Husk in and Mr. Kit Con
yers motored to Portland Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Alves were
guests of Portland rriends Sunday.
Special at St. Helens Bakery Sat
urday, t dozen Sugar Doughnuts for
45 cents.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Holon and baby
went to Rainier Sunday to spend the
day with friends.
Miss Lavlnla Ktblan and Miss
Nellie Burcham were Sunday guests
of Portland friends.
Sugar Doughnuts, the kind that
melt in your month, 25 cents per doz
en at St. Helens Bakery. Saturday,
two dozen for 45 cents.
Miss Mabel Morris of Vancouvei,
Wash., has accepted a position as
linotype operator with the St. Helens
. Mist.
By way of celebrating the day
when Harding became president,
Mrs. Leo DeVin presented her hus
band with a fine baby girl.
E. A. Nutbron and Mrs. D. Ponlra
motored to Portland Tueoday for the
purpose of buying additional stock
for the Elite Variety store.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hawkins motor
ed to Portland Saturday to spend the
week end with relatives. They re
turned to St. Helens Tuesday morn
ing. Mrs. James Ellison. Mrs. J. S.
Bothwell and Mrs. S. B. Hoskln were
among the number of St. Helens peo
pie who journeyed to Portland Wed
nesday. After having been in a Portland
hospital for several weeks recover
. lng from an operation for appendici
tis. Wesley Mays returned to St. Hel
ens Wednesday.
The Kananagh Land Company
state that while they Jiave bought the
real estate business cf W.T. Hinson,
that gentleman will remain with the
company as salesman.
Mrs. Charles Chrieton and little
daughter arrived from Kennewick,
Washington, Tuesday night to join
Mr. Chrieton who is first trick opera
tor at the S.P. & S. station here.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Austin, accom
panied by several friends, spent Sun
day with relatives in St. Helens. Per
ry Is a former St. Helens boy and
numbers his friends here by the score.
The Mist has received an unsignea
communication (mailed at Warren)
relative to olden times and comparing
those times witn the present. The
Mist does not publish anonymous
communications.
Mrs. Clarence Thoresen of Port
land has returned to her home after
a week visit with her friend, Mrs. A.
E. Sorum. It was her first visit to
St. Helens and she was delighted
with our little city.
Mrs. G. W. Tucker of Portland was
a recent visitor of her friend, Mrs.
Elsa P. Stanfield at her residence In
this city and also at the Warrior
Rock Lighthouse residence. -She was
very much impressed with St. Helens
and may locate here in the near fu
ture. Friends will be pleased to know
that S. E. Lynch who has been under
treatment at a Portland hospital has
so improved that he has left the hos
pital and gone to the home of his sis
ter who lives in Portland. He hopes
to return to St. Helens in the near
future.
A. E. Austin came down from '
Woodburn Saturday to see how busl-'
ness was progressing at his store. He j
was so well satisfied that he left the 1
same afternoon for Woodburn. Busl-'
ness conditions in the Willamette !
valley are good and are improving, j
Mr. Austin said. J
The cooking class which receives
Instruction from Mrs. C. E. Lake, i
gave a "demonstration" at the home,
of Mrs. Lake last week and the sev
eral visitors present, forming their i
opinion by the good things which i
were served, pronounced the class,
the instructor and the cooking as
most excellent.
John Omundson has taken a con
tract with the Sommarstrora broth-
ers to make some necessary repairs
on the two power fishing launches j
which were built at the yard last
year. Several parties from Portland :
and Seattle have been looking the1
Doats over with the idea of placing
them in commission as deep sea fish
ing boats.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Allen went to
Portland Monday morning for the
purpose of interviewing a specialist
as to nervous trouble Mrs. Allen has
been suffering' with. Upon the ad
vice or physicians, Mrs. Allen went
to a sanatorium for a short rest. Mr.
Allon heard from her Thursday
morrip.g and she said Bhe was feeling
much better.
II. W. Weisle and Helen Phillips
were married at Vancouver, Wash
ington, on Saturday morning March
5th. The couple taotored over to the
Washington marriage city and told
no one of their intantlons except two
Portland friends who witnessed the
ceremony. The b -ide Is well known
In St. Helens and Is a daughter of Mr.
aad Mrs. Tupper Phillips and the
groom was formerly speed cop for the
county, but now looks after enforc
ing the traffic rules in Scappoosb.
For the present the couple will make
their home In St. Helens.
"The early bird catches the worm
and sometimes he gets more" said
Wade Rutherford whose duty and
pleasure it is to deliver the Oregonian
long before many St. Helens people
have arisen from their slumbers,
for Tuesday morning when I was
making up my bundle of papers for
delivery, I caught a big pig. She was
running around the street about 6:80
a. m. and I tied her up. She Is a
kinder white pig and weighs, I guess
about 200 lbs. It I hadn't been up
early, someone else would have
caught this pig, but I beat them to
It." The pig seems to like Wade and
now eats right out of bis hand.
E. A. Roger and Jacob George mo
tored to Portand Wednesday,
Leland Burcham and Ed Benson
went to Kelso Wednesday to look ov
er a contracting job.
Rose and Mitchell Doumit of Rai
nier were guests of the Klblan fam
ily Sunday.
Delicious Sugar Duughnuts, 25c
per dozen at St. Helens Bakery, Sat
urday special, 2 dozen for 45 cents.
County Surveyor L. J. Von Orsho
ven was down to Kerry Wednesday
doing some surveying on the dikes
and projects.
A. H. George who has been in
Portland for the past week visiting
his daughter Miss Louise George, re
turned to St. Helens Thursday after
noon.
Mr. and Mrs. Mode Griffith of
Treuholm were In St. Helens Thurs
day. Mode said the people of Tren
holm and vicinity were strong for a
union high school.
Peter Christ Deman and Ger'rude
Snowder, who said Wilnuuilai, Ore-,
gon, was their residence, wanted to I
get married and they came to St. Hel-
ens, secured the license and Judge I
Hazen tied the knot Wednesday!
morning.
At MILADY'S SHOP preparations'
for Easter have beon made .with a
splendid assortment of ladles' coats. ,
dresses and suits, together wtth a
beautiful line of hats and millinery, j
all priced at figures less than same
goods can be bought for In Portland.
The ladies of Columbia county are In
cited to call and make an Inspection
of our stock. .
In honor of Miss Hazel Hr'.ttan,
formerly chief operator at the local
telephone office. Miss Ordena Coales
entertained Saturday evening at th,
home of her mother Mrs. W. J.
Coates. Music, games and other forms
of amusement made a most enjoyable
evening for the guests. Refreshments
were served.
James Mucklewas In St. Helens
Wednesday. For more than a quar
ter of a century Mr. Muckle was one
of the pioneers who did his part in
maktng a town of St. Helens. Though
now living in another city, he looks
backwards, so far as St. Helens Is
concerned and is gratified that the
town has made the progress which
he predicted some twenty-five years
ago.
Mrs. E. C. Laws entertained at the
residence of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Harris Monday evening
in honor of Miss Alice Quick who
will be married to Mr. Harold Sprag
uer of San Francisco about the mid
dle of April. The house was tastily
decorated wtth hearts and flowers
and after the miscellaneous shower,
refreshments were served. Until re
cently Mr. Spraguer lived In St. Hel
ens and was accountant In the road
master's office. Hn U nnur In lha
mailing department of the San Fran
cisco Examiner.
Peter McCorty and his daughters
Marie and Marearaf will laava ,i0
for California, to join Mrs. McGorty
no is now in eureka. They will
make the trip to San Francisco via
tHe steamer Multnomah and from
that CitV bv mil tn Rllrakn M. U
Gorty may locate in Eureka, but be
and his family like St. Helens so
much that he Is In hopes that he will
have to come back. The McOortv
family have resided In St Maion- rnj
the Dast nine years an it ilka ihi
and they have hundreds of friends
ho nope iney win return to St.
Helens and make their home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Elinor Blackburn
were Portland visitors Wednesday.
Miss Hazel Crook of Astoria and
Miss Jessie Beckwlth of Portland
were guests of Mrs. S. B. llosklns
Thursday.
Mrs. Georgo Koines and baby re
turned from llillsboro Wednesday
evening after a pleasant visit with
relatives.
Mrs. J. T. Scott, accompanied by
her two young sons, arrived In St.
Helens from Seattle Sunday to join
her husband, St. Helens' photogra
pher, and make this city her future
home.
Mrs. M. Gilke whose home hus been
In Arlington, has arrived In St. Hel
ens and will make her home here.
Mrs. Gilke, who is a practical nurse,
is a sister of Mrs. Hammer, chief op
erator for the phone company.
r ( Ilavnard. Loral Managi-r oi
the Standard Oil Company was
Mnvger ami Qulney y'"- ;
i, g after t!-e li.ior.wlH 'f u C,H"'
puny which "-
fllltlST H'lSMUMb
Archdearon Chambers will
... u..vir.is at ( brlst r.pls-
copal Ch..r..h begin..!.": '""' ""-
Ue "M i.l. rg
servUe oarl. evenl.ilt. "1 he.,
will be a short sermon and aim. an
lnxiru.-tU.il and also tie urn-ali.
bHAll are most cordially lvll"l "
attend the sorvlcw and are assur..
that no advantage will l ',f
them in any way as th. "';
Interest .in.l lnslru.-t in religion
to cause people to think.
MILITARY POWERS
Kranros regular force la 732.000.
consisting of ...nwrli-i.-.l French ant.
XL.uoops.aiu. J" "
I m;u 000 men enrolled ' ,,,n r
K,.rv..s Italy" ""'"","r f"m)
,,. v.o itou. '"it r'',,,,,v" f": cn
....Wis of 4.CS7.m'l '" I"'H'""
V, no no mot.ilo mlllll.i of the firm
I .', iuil0.ui.il terrltorl.il lunula as
I;,.'.'...! !..!., r voaml 1H.000 car-
ial.lt.. . i .'"'I B"'r'l",'
! I.i.an's military (ones comprise
1 i tits itOU '."' I''l'" regular
i uinv'of SVS.ntO. a first reserve of
; " UOO a c.M-on.l reserve of 6(17.000,
'.jMHilom.! army, consisting of mn
.-ve.Mi 117 and " ''H'H. of 2.00t,
ami lino.!.'"1 men enrolled for re-
: lilai'etllenlH.
' ti.e.it Hi Itutri s army of while
troops toials 2M.000 with 130.000.
additional nutlve .... 7"
ulii ?:m ni.n , ""'"mi t
.- in th
trillion. u" '"Itoti,;
Iluly'a army esK-ii.lltttrM ,
current fiscal yr " f
1.1112.000,000 lire. ir,. I .
.... a , - - ' "nw at i
uev.uuu iraii.'H I r..... .. . .m
180.165.000 an.) t
000.000 yen. ' ll,
The German nr
men. allowed until Ji,ilua" . '.Hi
undor the Vmmiie ir...' "ft
umlor the Versailles rvil' ';, "ft
n y also hus Kb nun ."n
500.000 addltlonu ,r; S
teen, troops, but It, urill. 'c'
Ulttliy Do reilueeil tQ to 000
dor the treaty.
TP - M HK. It... t I. ..
army In (tin world i.m
active and reserve r,.rr,t U1 , '
world' leading i.iiiiur p,,,
ARE YOU PLANNING to make your Easter Frock this year? Then you should start now
because Easter comes early this year Match 2. We aro .;irti.nl.u ly well' stocked oil yard
goods this year in cottons, wools and silks. We have attempted to price them in an inviting
way.
EXQl'ISITK TAFFKTAS. DAINTY ti i-. nu.r. n r.n,
STUNNING Htm.: UK CHINKS. SMAIIT SAIINS ANH
KASH10NA111.H THICOTINKS-- IIKAI TII'I I. CH KATION.S.
AUTIST1CAI.I.Y KNIIANl KI) 11V TtH t llKS. NKW COl.ttH
COMHINATIONS.
Ladies
A HINT I OK HASIlllt
HOSK
1'lMl'S
Ul.OVKd
oxri.it i s
Sll.K WAISTS
LACK t'Ol.t.AUS
SI'OllT llANllKKItnilKFS
Girls
A 1 1 1 NT l OH IIASTIIH
1 1 OS 1-1
SlloHiJ
DltKSSKS
oXI-'OltDd
IIAIK HOWS
HANI KKlf iUKh'S
French Yoilcs and Organdies
These are criBp, aheer, beautiful
patterns for that new EuHtcr Dress
Prices 4Sc to
Men
A HINT EAST Ell
HANDKEKCHIEKS, TIES
SHIRTS, COLLARS
HOsE, SHOES
HATS & CAI'3
mill iirillfH.1.11 ir-i ,1. JJ-J ...-1 .' u.
Ginghams at 23c
They aro m.ft ftiilnhvd, and will
weur woii.l... fully w.'ll. Suck
cheery color iay are. In pretty
liluid offoctH, 27 Iiii Ih'h wide and
23a.
Boys
AUSTIN'S
A HINT ItMl l:STHK
IILOl'SKa. 8IHHT9
HllollS. 1IOHK
I'ANTS. TIES
IIAT3, CATS
23;
LIBERTY g ifl f THEATRE
Hoot Gibson in "One Law for All"
"THE END OF THE TRAIL"
final episode of
"LIGHTNING BRYCE"
FRIDAY, )
March 1 1
"THE MAN EATER'S PREY"
till 1 -1 )4hI of "Tim .o,t City"
TWO Klllll, ( O.MCDY
"DANGEROUS NAN McGREW"
SATURDAY, MARCH 12
WilNam
Desmond
Ml
COVBOY
Mack Bennett Comedy
"DON'T WEAKEN"
Prices SiOo A 85a
Special Saturday Matinee .
lBc A 28e
SUNDAY MONDAY
March 13 and 14
Charlie Chaplin
IN
"The
Kid"
which haa just fin
ished a two weeks
run at the Lilierty
Theatre in Port
land at 60c prices.
The ouper come,
dy that took a year
to make and
it pack enough
laughs to last an
other year!
llo dooe all
thinga you've nev
er aeen before
Char-
the
AND THE GREATEST KID Is TllH
WOULD LEM)H A HAND.
6
REELS OF
JOY
PRICES 20o & alio
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, MAR. 15-..;
MARSHALL NEILAN
I'UKSK.STS
"Don't Ever
Marry"
to he. r. ini inl,,.,,.,!
I''EATi;itlN(
Wesley Barry
eieil u.h huvlnu .,1
.....,,- , -inniy."
A geyser of giggles guararaecd lo cure
weiSer1: " mak& -
PRICES 20r; .nd 35c
THURSDAY, MARCH 17
Dorothy Gish
In
"Nuggett'Neir
SHE "didn't have a single
thing to wear!" excepting
her shooting clothes. And there
was her best beloved and a
"Moiled up" rival working ovci
time. But Nellie had nerve, and
two big guns, and, well, watch
iter collect "glad rags" from
gasping ladies, right on the
street! You'll laugh till your
Uiroat aches. Conic !
mapp ( never")
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