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SPEED SFEED and again, SPEED
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w.th tho center o r-" V 1 Of courwl
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K. C. UOIIHRTSON
h CENTRAL MARKET
Fresh (ind Cured Meats
Fish and Poultry, Produce
Your Order Solicited Good Prices Full Weight
Phone 60 St. Helens, Ore.
St. Helens Mill Co.
(Saves Your Eyes)
(Prolongs Your Lives)
ton ami St. Ilelona Satunlay in the in-
tori'tita of the telephone.
Mrs. II. J. McAlliater i atill in Tort
lnd taking treatment for aathnia.
Mrs. Nina Mi lntlr and children who
wore callfd to St. John Friday on
account of the illnean of hr dauuhter
who i in the hoitnitat at that place,
returned home Tucttday and reporla her
liaunhtcr much improved.
Ceo. Cropp HulTored a painful acci
dent Saturday. While cutting atave
bolta a piece of steel Hew. injuring hi
Carl Tappcn made a trip to Uillloro
Saturday, returning Sunday.
Several from here attended the elec
I'harlea llein and duaghter Marie
visitid lloullon and St. Helena Tues
day. A telephone company wa organized
:tt Tretiholm Monday evening and the
following otlicere were elected: I'rea.,
0. A. Uriimldo; vice-l'rea. . Floyd
White; Pirectora. J. Christensen. Oeo.
Wilson and Chits, ileim; Secretary. I'.
E. Hroekawy. The Oompany propoae
to tuilc an indcpemlent line to St. Hel
ens. Already $'.'.'0 has been mi set! for
that purpose, and the work of con
st ruction will tegin at once.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Floater and son.
who have lieen sojournit g at Happy
Hollow for sometime, moved tack to
their home on the mountain this week.
Mrs. Kachel Lewis is here from Port
land this week visiting hei mother.
Mrs. Lizzie McFailand and other rela
tives and friunds.
Mr. Chas. McFarland finished pick
ing his apples last Thursday.
Pave Lynch. Charles McFarland and
Clarence Lewii made a flying trip to
Portland last Saturday.
Mrs. Pates is here from California
as witness in tho Pender trial, and is
visiting with friends in North Scap
poose. Geo. Ramsey is getting ready to
crush rock to put on the roads.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hast of Portland
were visitors of Mrs. Pass' parent!,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cloninger over
Sidney Winslow made a business trip
ot Ctrlton. Wn., Saturday.
A CAREFUL READING
OF THIS AD
Will Disclose Two Mistakes Made Purpose
ly by the Printer.
Head it over and briny; it to our office with
mistakes correctly marked and yon will
WIN A PRIZE
A PRIZE WORTH WHILE TOO ! !
Just this week we have placed on the
market a portion of St. Helens that has
heretolor been overlooked. A choice res.,
dence section, level lots,closc in and sightly
54 INSIDE LOTS AND 12 CORNER LOIS
at $75 and $100 each w itli terms ol $10
Doun and $10 a month. 7 blocks to river
NOW ABOUT THAT PKIZH:
Thr first a rson a lio hrinQs the Mist to our oJiee with the
two errors taonerhi marked and htiis one o tn se ehoue
lots will he Jicrn OXi: MOM'III.Y J'J ) M H.YT FliKH
o'eianje. If you hay tiro lots you will .7 nianthtyt',tuij
i, n ut free on each lot. TJieirsoi who ( untsscondu it!t
(he errors properly marked and huys one of our lots on the
Fasy I'utmcnt Plan, will reeeiee (he St. Helens Mist for
one year free ofeharijr. We also hare ufn r property, !nth
in the city und country. Prices and terms rtiiht. Call at
our oJii e and let us show you.
ST. HELENS IMPROVEMENT CO.
Till: F.ISV PJVM.WT PL IX FPM
ST. 11FLFXS OUFJIOX
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
DRAY I NG AND TRANSFER
All Business Promptly Attended To
PHONE 15 OR 12
ST. HF.LENS. OKECON
n OS AM) HSTIrtATIlS I LKMSHLlJ ON ALL
KIM3 OP WORK
E. W. KETEL-
MY WOHK J THK JUST It A LOMM I A OA J ION i
ST. HELENS. OREGON
William Henry Palmer passed away
at the home of his daughter, Mrs. B. F.
Casteline of this place early Saturday
morning, and was laid to rest in the
I. O. (). F, cemetery at Warren Sunday
afternoon. The deceased was born
near Pitstuhrg. Pa., in 1H36. When he
was only a boy he got the "gold fever"
am reached Califonia at the age of
1U. A year later he came to Monroe,
Oregon. Shortly after he was married.
but his wife did not long survive the
birth of their son, John Palmer, who
now lives at Nile, Wash, In 1RG2 he
waa married again to Mrs. Mary Iluck
ingham, Five children were born to
this union: Mr' Alice M. Parker,
Maricopi, Cal. Mrs. Sarah L. Caste
ine, Houlton Oregon; .Mrs, Elizabeth
Campbell, Alpine, Oregon; II. R. Pal
mer, San Piego, Cal. ; and Marion A.
Palmer of McMinnviHe, Ore, who came
to attend the funeral, the only one
aside from Mrs, Casteline who could be
present, Resides his wife and the
children Father Palmer is survived by
2) grandchildren and five great-grand
children. He was a carpenter and led
an active life up to few menths be
fore his death : he was also man of
strong character and had been a mem
ber of the M. E. church for more than
40 years. He was loved and respected
by all who knew him.
Tho 42nd session of the Columbia
County Pomona Orange met in Yank
ton Saturday, Nov., 1st, with Worthy
Master Robert Lovelace in the chair.
The forenoon session was short, din
ner being the main thing just then,
but after dinner the members settled
down to an afternoon of business. Mr.
White of Eastern Star Grange of Port
land gave an address on Free Speech
ami took advantage of the privilege
implied by the title to poke good deal
of fun at eo,ual surfTage, but in the end
gave the ladies present the impression
that he is on their side, aa ell good
Hon. (',. L. Tarbell, president of the
Columbia County Fair Association in
troduced the following resolutions:
Whereas, it waa clearly demonstrated
this fall that Columbia County can
have as good a fuir as any county in
the slut", and
Whereas, our grounds need some
money expended upon them, and our
buildings are inadeo,ate; therefore be.
That we, the members of Pomona
Orange, do ask our honorable County
Court to set aside the snrn of $10i0 to
be eipendcd upon the grounds and
buildings. The needs of the fair were
briefly and convincingly explained by
Mr. Tarbell. He stated that this year
some splendid artilces in different lines
were taken away by theowneri fur la k
of room to show them. In answer to
a question be stated that the present
buildings cost about $300. Double
present space is needed for the coming
year. Chas. Nutt.editor of the Rainier
Review. Robt. Lovelace. Dr. Edwin
Kosa, Prof. Collins and others sike
in favor of the resolution. Or. Kosa
suggested that a new hall at least
60x120 feet should be built anil the
preaent hall used for a stable.
The resolution was 'unanimously
The following resolution was read
by Mr. Louis Siegcrt of Vernonia:
Whereas, the changing boundaries of
road districts Into four districts in the
county l.i of no advantage to tho fur
ther cause of good roads in the county.
He it resolved that we, the Pomona
Orange of Columbia County condemn
the action of the County Court for arbi
trarily changing the boundaries of mud
districts without the consent of the
lie it further resolved, that the road
taxes raised in the several districts be
expended in the districts in which they
These resolutions were also unani
mously adopted and 0. L. Tarbell was
appointed to lay the resloution before
Mr. Gessell of the Nehalem Valley
introduced the following:
He it resolved, that wc are opposed
to bonds being issued for roads or any
State Lecturer II. A, Darnell spoke
against bonding, saying among other
things that a 20-year ft per rent bond
doublod itsef by the time it is duo
This resolution was also unanimously
adopted, the expressed s-ntimetit of
evury member being in effect: Wc
want good roads, but we want to lax
ourselves to pay for them as we get
A letter from the In partmutof Agri Portland. I liey have Im en spead
culture asking for suggestions as to ing soti.e lii"ntlis in the wist. Th
how the department could help the fuin,.r Ix-inf an old soldier attended
farmers' wives Mrs. Alice Pro n. j t,,g ri.uriin at (Jett ysburg.
Mrs. Armstrong ami Mrs. Geell were j ,.
appointed to answer the letter "tlive, The Inst tnert.ng of the snktnD
Ufl II'NH ruHtin wmh wii' nri mm nmi , ---
! Iter of ienkeri l ing present ho
The supper was a. bountiful as the "pokf "''' ''""'I1" ,lM wt
dinner had been, and the s m i.iI hours Culuml.ia river hik'hwav. The
were greutly enjoyed by nil. Duru.g iLtor ofjth' Kuinicr tteview
the evening session a program w as ' jirewtit
rendered by members of the Yankton' ,,, , .lance m
two weeks, which will lc thfir
A goo. program will W
Grange, under thr direction of Mrs.
Tyler, lecturer. Eleven rand.dntrs
were Initiated in to the invsleries of . "P' nuig
Pomona. The session rl d at 1 o'clock lfvn. ami un invtUtloii m ex
Sunday mormon. . to till
Sol vices in the church S itnUv nt
11 a. in. Preaching ly lliv.
Mr. und Mrs. Iluher inoved from
Portland und ure residing on their
vinitinr her. Their
The Methodist services will I
held In tho school house.
Sunduy School, JO ii. m
Morning t rvice 1 1 "'
Kpworth It ague, i'
KveiiiriK tti riiion, 7:110 p. m-
Dryl- irWo..,! for Sale - 1'eliverrd
imnnts are in llotilton uiul t
home is in I
EVERYTHING MODERN AT THE
ST. HELENS HOTEL
J. OEORCE, Proprietor ALL BUSSES CALL AT HOTEL
RATES il.OO AND UP
SPECIAL RATES TO REGULAR BOARDERS
Oliver, Oliver & Plummer
wo tarry an up-to-date line of DRY GOOD.S
CLOTHING, HOOTS and SIIOKS as well as
OUOCKklKS, IIAKDWAKK, TINVVARI?
IIoui.ton "j" Okkiw'N
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