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About St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1913)
1 1 LOCAL HAPPENINGS AND DOINGS 1 1
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Yourself and Others
Dr. N. E. Barbour spent the past
week in St. Helens.
Mrs. H. Van Tassel has been quite
ill the past week.
James Hunt is back in St. Helens
on a visit with his friends.
Mrs. Wilbur Muckle was a Port
land visitor during the week.
Mrs. Goo.tman, of Batchlor Flat,
vi.vted in St. Helens Wednesday.
Miss Laura Barber visited with
friends at Banks, Ore., last week.
Mrs. Bessie Peters visited a few
days with relatives in Portland this
T. A. Cloninger, of Scappoose,
visited in St. Helens during the
Miss Amy George visited with
relatives and friends in Portland on
Frank Miles came down from
Portland this morning to look after
W. E. Stevens, of Scappoose, is
looking after business matters in
St. Helens today,
"Nicodemus, the Seeker after
Religion," Sunday morning 11:00
a. m., Congregational church.
Mrs. Wellington leaves today for
San Francisco where she will visit
with friends for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. George and
Miss Ada returned home on Thurs
day from Portland after a two
weeks visit with relatives.
"The Meaning of Congregation
alism," subjebt of discourse at the
Congregational church on next
Editors C. A. Nutt of the Rai
nier Review, and W. G. Bayless of
the Clatskanie Chief, were business
visitors in St. Helens Wednesday.
Conductor J. H. Dobbins, wife
Wise and Otherwise
and two little daughters, Lola V.
and 0. Faye, visited with his
mother, Mrs. R. J. Frakes this
week end and also at New Year's
George Conyers. the county sur
veyor, has been spending the week
in St. Helens. George is Very
much improved in health and says
he feels better than for many years.
He has many friends here who are
pleased to see him around again
able to attend to business.
L. E. Allen spent several days in
Portland this week.
D. Ernest Randall, the noted lec
turer and cartoonist, will appear at
the City Hall next Monday night.
January 16th. This is one of the
legular lyceum numbers and should
be attended by a large crowd of
Mrs. E.A.Thompson returned last
week from Portland where she has
been confined in a hospital for
several months, Her many friends
are pleased to see her home much
improved in health.
The St Helens Mist and Rainier
Review have been officially named
as the County official papers for
1914. The proceedings of the
Court will also be published in the
Clatskanie Chief the same as in the
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rotger re
turned Wednesday from San Fran
cisco where they spent the holidays
with relatives. They returned on
the Steamer Beaver.
NftW IS THFJ CLEARANCE SALE OF HATS
TIME I STARTS satukuav
TO SEND IN
We Guarantee Perfecjtjrr
WcarcRoiiiK tu soil everyone
of our winter hats below cost.
in order to make room for our
Spring Stock. You will have
to come early if w;Ult l,,c
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15 1UU LUIC 1UI IU:
cni.i irrii,I. f.ir ii wu th '! six
teen fe-t, tow it: for einht feet n
each side of the center line of said
street with crushed basalt rock;
said crushed rock to he eijrht inches
in depth in the center ami he grad
ually red iu-d to four inches at the
outer edre; said bids to be filed
with the City Recorder, on or be
fore January l'.th. I'.'l I.
The council reserves the riht to
reject any or all bids.
E. E. WICK, City Recorder.
V 0 A A. CRAY
For Sale- A store in a town with
a bright future, 4 la ore lots itichul
inn all buildings and stock with
furnished rooms, horse and wagon,
for $12, 00. I'arties retiring from
business. Inuuire Mist office or
Box 73. St. Helens. lino I
FOR Sai.K - Two cows, James!
Having recovered lroin a
severe attack of tooth ache
and the stuhlen shock of find
ing himself the father of a
bouncing baby boy, Yon is
Summer street ns follows, towit: i -lSa, rt aUy to supply '
All that motion or said street lying custome rs w all evei tliin' n. i
& HALL GO.
SEALED BIDS FOR STREET IMPROVEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that soul
ed bids will be received by the city
council of the City of St. Helens,
Oregon, for the improvement of
There will be a meeting of citi-
7fna fmm alt nartd tf Iku finnntu n
Rainier next Monday afternoon to ! een the center line of Wyeth the Jewelry line
talk over the good roads plan.
Eugene Miles, of Portland, visit
ed with St. Helena friends and
looked after some business matters
one day this week.
street and the center line of West
street, by grading the same to a V A
width of twenty-four feet through
j the center thereof, towit: for twelve
feet on each side of the center line
of said street and maciidirnizing CALL
r C II REPAIRING
is a special line and his work
is f PARA NTKKli
AND SKIv II I M
D E. RANDALL- Cartoonist
City Hull I ii!y v... Jan. 16. h
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Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Allen
ST IU.I.I.NS. OUHiON
For Sale and Want Ad
Ai in Th C ilimiH Bring Ratuht
Farm or Sale or Exchange.
(Exchunge for Stock Knrh)
Sixty ucres for itale; 20 nrrw
cleared; good houxe, two barn, ailo
ami other outbuilding!; all arr
cleared; one cow and team gori
with t'lace; about 3 mile from St.
Helens, IIS mile from I'oitland, on
good county road; $1M) per ncrt;
$'J,(MM, balance C per cent., termi
to suit. For particular write
l!t em N. Siikkwooh, Warren, Ore.
The St. Helen Improvement Co.
is in a position to help every permit
who wi'.nt to buy, aell or rent
projierty. fhey are in touch with
buyers and Keller. They have a
reputation for fair rtealintt that cn-
Hures good treatment. If you huv
anything to sell or want to buy any
thing it U to your Interest to con
A. T. Litw. Miinnger.
St. Helen. Ore.
A good houw with three cin
lots in good location in St. Helen
for sale. Inuiro for price and
terms at the Mist ottice.
For Sale or Kent -Two hotiset
close in Inquire of Muckle Hare
FREE DEMONSTRATIONPacific Coast Biscuit Co. Crackers and Cookies
also Royal Club Coffee. Come in and get a hot cup of good coffee
LADIES ATTENTION -Bring your tarnished silverware
to my store and have it cleaned FREE OF CHARGE
YOU CAN STILL BUY
20 POUNDS OF WEST GRANULATED SUGAR FOR i ftfl
14 1 U U
3 cans Corn
3 cans Peas
3 cans Tomatoes
3 cans String Deans
3 cans Alaska Salmon
3 cans Milk
10 bars Savon Soap
3 pkg. Corn Flakes
3 pkg. Raisins
. Table IVaches Inc can
Wire Clothes Line lnc
CEl MONTE $PU STYLE IU
Sffi "c per can
GUNPOWDER TLA, 3RD PICKING toe II,
PARCEL POST ORDERS GIVEN
PROMPT AND CAREFUL ATTENTION