Image provided by: St. Helens Public Library; St. Helens, OR
About St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1913)
taaf anna e
SHOT SHELLS 5;
Cut down your lead Get your bird
with the center of the load
IN the mailing of ahotihella, the grratrrt forward etrp
aince the invention of amokelcaa powder la the titl lining
to gup the powder anJ concentrate all the drive of the
exploaion back of the ahoC
It'a a Remington apecia mvention that ateel lining.
You finj it in Remington-UMC ArrouTanJ AiOo I7ui.
Theae ateel lined ahell get their ehot to the target quu ker
than any other ahella known to the ehooting fraternity.
They cut down the gueaa-work about lead and angle
ihey put the center ot trie tvoaa nni on jom unu.
The itoel Unine matur-pnJ-r" lUmmw r e tKwuitS.
proof DO powa ua e
jar-proof do powuo cwi w " "
J Rn.l.ML.I NK Arrow aJ NittoQub Slcrl 1 inrd Flrn
FacUfT LodJ iixtllf. lor itnd 'ha Pm in n mke ot ilmu
Your drain eatriei them -or. if ha doem't. thart'a a
aaocaalotacalaui ikuMctMMiwboiawonhjroui trading
Remindtoa Arm-' 'nln Metallio Cartridge Co.
Z9 BrJwr ' N.w York
Continued from Page 3
business man to meet, nnii is an im
portant aoiiuisilion U our luisiiu-ss
Tho r'nvoriti Ki-ntaurant as the
name implies is n favorite place to
tot a nioe neal at any time during
the day, atul at a modest price. The
place is conducts, by I'aul Hope,
who has followed the business for
nix years. He is an enterprising
young man to meet, and he has
l.uilt mi u Miili'iulid r:it rolii kre. His
motto is. the most for tho money
and prompt service.
V. II. Jellyman, the blacksmith,
has spt'cialized in blacksmithing liO
years. He has been here three
months und is doing well. He
formerly operated in Wisconsin and
otlieiated as deputy sheriff in Uock
county during the years 1S'.1.V(
prior t coming west. He dives
everything in general blacking busi
ness and specializes in horseshoeing.
He was born in England.
The H. & H. Kestaurant is con
ducted by Christensen & Urown
They have just recently assumed the
management of the enterprise, and
they give promise of making a
grand success of it. Mr. C hristen-
ren has specialized in the business
for nine years. This notice is to
invite you to the B. & H. for a
square meal" and Mr. Brown is
well known and has many friends.
K. C. K')tiKKlu. t
Mrs. M. C. Allen, of Portland
Will l.o in OUVHR, OI.IVKR & l'UIM
M ICR'S Stt.rc for the next two weeks with n
Com.-i.ktr Link h I.atkst Kali. Mm.i.in
KRY. LaJics t-f Huulton ami St. Helens arc
invited to call on licr.
While looking over the hats don't forKet that
we carry an up-to-d.tte line of DRY GOODS,
C I OT 1 1 1 NG , BOC )TS and S 1 IOKS as well as
GROCKRIKS, HARDWARH, TINWAR15
OLIVER, OLIVER & PLUMMER
BaaaaBBaaaaamaaBW waaaa . g-i a- - -
1 1 1 " mm " i ,
PATRONIZK OUR ADVKRTISERS
g CENTRAL MARKET
Fresh ftnd Cured Meats
Fish and Poultry, Produce
Your Order. Solicited Good Price Full Weight
Phone 60 St. Helens, Ore.
1 ... .. .vt-..v.v V ' V; A, wrV-r.7 -j
(Saves Your Eyes)
(Prolongs Your Lives)
The largest industrial concern in J Lack of Houlton. These combined
, . . , . ., ,...,. i, enterprises employ all the time
Co unibia County is the Charles U. . ,
I about "00 men, which makes a l.irye
McCormick Co., who own and oper- rM The U() Ljg
;-.tu two large saw mill, u creosot-! -,, turning out an average of
ing plant and shipbuilding plant in ' 225, ou feet of lumber each ntnl
t nw'..n nnd a loirinnsr camp with ' every day. The creosoting plant is
rJlroad connection in the timber ' runuing nearly all the time fdling
,.r,i..ra f,,r rreoMiied tin, 1 erg for ichooneri, plying Letwi 1 1 St. He'.
railroad bridgeF. ties at d piling, em and Calif..n.ia p. rU. which.
The shipyards uie buiiding on an with other bouU chartered hy thil
average of three large nea going firm, carry from St. Helen. M
schooners each year, as well ns average of G.OoO.OOlr feet of lum
several amaller tugs. 1 arges iiimI l-a euch month, in a.lditioti to
river boaU. The Mcf. thick Co. ' carrying bout Mo) pussenwer euch
also ownes and operate, hix lumber year.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
Sunday School, 10 a. m.
Mor ning service 11 a. m.
Kpworth league, (:1.'.
Kvening sermon, 7:110 p. m.
A cordial welcome is extended
to a'l. Special music will bo ren
dered in both the morning and
V.. T. Luther. Pastor.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
i r Mudsnn and family have
. . . . . r-..i- n:..u- I
moved into tne rranK i.ihmiy
fk'o. S. Keros family returned
from the hop fields last week.
J. II. Jones and family moved
into D, Arson's house is West
Reuben last week.
V. A. Harris, County Judge,
and the County Commissioners
were in this vicinity last Friday.
Aib-rt Meier and wife are at g a. VV. Uryant to C. S.!
DaMas, Polk Co.. gathering their a,jw & VV. Jacobson, land
cn p of prunes. uose (;are t Maggie Uutrick,
The f ll')winr post masters at-1 land in 3-7-!.
ter d i thi third and fourth class j q s. & M. K. l'ayne to II. II.
po ;t riiiistera convention held at , Knighton, VZ acres in Clats-Sc-lorr,
Orr., OeJ. 3 and 4: Mrs. I kanie
M. M. Pnglish, N. A Perry, U.
W. I'ric-. J. (i. Watts and 1. C.
On nun-crack nivht the 2'.Mh
If you would know your fa'
Ho on the spot at half past X.
NAMK Indoor Hallowe'en CVirden
DATK October 211 th. lll t.
PLACK Citv I!all. St. Pelena, Ore.
TIMK H::tO p. m.
PKICK Adults 25 cen'i. Child
ren 10 cents.
PUKPOSK To rain funds with
which to help pay f'r the in-
..tailing of st am In at in the
I Guild Hall and Church.
j! 1;.KAM Mary Hallowe'en at
traction., alao nome ehtfi.
I'.Y WHOM Member. anl fuend"
of the Kpiscapal Church tnd
You are cordially invited to com
and have a pleasant evening.
The United Artiiwns of St. M
ens will give a aocial entertainmriit
in the K.of P. Hall Oct. II. 19H
at H o'clock p. ni. KefrenhmenU
and lunch will U M-rveJ. AH
come and have a good time 2t
DRAYINC AND TRANSFER
All Buaincts Promptly Attended To
PHONE 15 OR 12
ELMER BLACKBURN - - PROP.
ST. HELENS, OREGON
,,4-NS AND CSTIHATUS PI KMSIU.i) ON ALL
KINDS OP WOkK
E. W. KETEL-
Finishing : Concrete Work
MY WORK IS TIM BEST RECOMSESDATIOS
ST. HELENS, OREGON
Watts. N. A. Perry of Houlton.
Ore, was elected p-esident for
the next year. The next meet
ing will be held at Pendleton,
Ore., during the Hound-Up next
Letters unclaimed in the St. Hel
ens Post office for the weekending
Oct. 4, PJ13:
Couch & Company
L. K. Wilkerson
le tters unclaimed by Oct. 1H,
will lx' s nt to the Dead-letter office
Iva K. Hodd, P. M.
J. M. &S. M. S.Cooper to Mary
Alhers, 5 acres in 31-1-2.
West shore Lor. (). to John
Ilackus, land in 22 and 27-7-2.
K. It. & M. K. McFarland to
sallie S. Waller, land in 20-1 2.
A. P. & C. A. Usher to I. &
L. O. Tucker, land.
Iieginning next Sunday, Oct.
12. Iiev. F. J. Meyer, pastor of
the Congregational church, will
begin a series of sermons on
"The Teachings of Christ,' at
11 a. m. 1. "Concerning ins
Kingdom" will he the first.
Ilible school convenes at 10
Song service and sermon 7:.'i0
Midweek service Wednesday,
7:.o0 p. m. Strangers and friends
will always find a welcome.
(low colonist fares
A TO ORLCiON AND WASHlNlilUN rKUi! ai-i. rnr..-
EAST AND MIDDLE WEST
' Writ. Your Neighbor. anJ Friend, to Coma to lha Land of Pl"''
SEPT. 25 TO OCT. 10
ru.- 1 Aiir.niva Scenic Routat with
Su.rpior Accomodaliona and FM Tima
rum vii i.vu a..-, a - --a-
To All Pointa on lha S. P. A 5. From
Adivillr, N. C.
Ai. lni!i, K.i.
( li.irlr-.tf.1l, S. C
( ll.lM.ltliif n'Xt 'I Mill.
( illf llltl.lt I', ( 1.
Ilrnvrr, ( fl...
Di". Mf.idr, l.iv.i
( Mlirr i itif . in i.rr.i.Mrtif.n
.fiiti hi) i.ri'i'.i) nit-tit f..r lij krt
fii.S Kamm iV, M".
111. till l.i.uUvillr, Kv.
S 1.7(1 Mfin'liis Trim.
(VU MiU.nilrr, Wi.
S4 7 Nrw Vink, N. V.
4K 411 Oll.ilioin.1 C it v. Ok'"-
IH .00 Om.ili.i, Ncl..
4..S l'rfiri. III.
Ill till I'luLulrli-li J, V.
41 . ; II St. I.tnii, Mo.
12K4 St. Paul, Minn.
111. III! Wlirrlitur, W. V4.
4n (.11 V.Iiiiil'Iiiii. 1). ('.
" ' ... .... Jc-
Si.iiH.wri. lll.r.l. Lh l aK'"1" ' , hy
... i .... : . .:. L I In lnlirit 'If!""
IH'.lll'.l III (...".
4 HI. W
piviiiK tin- in. r rlurjjr. Di-t.iili iiill iilii-Jli"a
II r Dn Iro r i n a. I n nivENS. Ait
Pril'.nJ rw-' - Houlton. OrH-