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LOCAL- HAPPENINGS AND
"NEWS NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE AND
THINGS IN AND AROUND ST. HELENS
O PERSONAL; LOCAL; SOCIAL AND OTHERWJSE
Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Chesshir of
Sodaville, Ore. visited with Mr.
and Mrs. M. F. Hazen during the
Mrs. Eugene Blakesley attended
a meeting of Kansans in Portland
over Sunday wit
of this city.
D. E. Freeman of Scappoose was
a business visitor in St. Helens this
F. M. Miles of Portland was
1? okin4p after business matters in
St. Helens this week.
Mrs. E. M. Shinn of Berkeley,
Cal., is visiting at the hom of her
en. George H. Shinn in St. Helens.
Mrs. McLaren of Rainier is visit
ing wifcl frien4Qn St. Helens this
W. B. Co!0n of Marshland was
attending to business yatters in the
county seat this wek.
Mrs. L.-G. Ross was a Portland
visitor during the week.
Mrs, Youngerof Portland visited
at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Dart in St. Helens during
Mrs. Turner of GreVllTim is visit
ing with her daughter, Mrs. Wil
bur Muckle, who has been quite ill
for ifSral days.
GuyMills of Vernoia was the
messenger who brought the elec
tion returns from that precinct
Reese R. Hall of Chinook, Wash.,
arrived in St. Helens this week !
will make this his home. He is one
of the new owners of the Muckle
Grocery store and has gone to work
in the store.
The Beavers Lodge of Houlton
will give a dance and box social at
Houlton on. Saturday evening, Nov.
15th. Galichio's Orchestra will
Mayger. Dr. M. D. Barbour was
alone at home at the time and was
unable to save anything except a
few chairs, almos the entire con
tents being destroyed. Dr. N. E.
Barbour was at Elk City at the
"I don't see how they expect coseh
rSissNelle Laws i turn e.ra ,hcy." ."V
make the rootoall men stuuy. a man
can't Jo two things at o'ce, ami the
sooner the farluty finds it out the bet
ter." Livingtson, in The Sohpomore,
City Hall, Friday evening, Nov. 1
The High School pupils
Helens are rehearsing on a 3-act
college comedy entitled The Soph
omore" and will prodnce it at the
City Hall on Friday night, the 14th
Preparations are being made for
the Annual County Teachers Insti
tute to l held in St. Helens on
Nov. 19, 20 and 21st. Thare will
be about 100 teachers present and
some of the most noted anil ac
complished instructors in the west
here. Full iVJounctnei.ts and de
tails next veek.
The Foresters of America met
during the aveek for the first time
since last spring. A new set of
officers were elected and meeting
will be held regularly from now on.
J. G. PrTngle is the new Chief
Ranger and M. J. Ford is financial
I m his daughter, or were you
going to ask if 1 was his mother?"
Hope AUIen. in TIVohpomre, Friduy,
The CongregatOal Ladies' Aid will
give their annual Christmas basaar on
Thursday. nJc. 11. They wiHOv
their usual supply of Una needlework,
aprons, ate. ff-s '
"Some of thiT-t tMnJf we
oomefjjhis university juof totudy.
T' Jf 7Jng physics interfere
withT3otballl" Kennedy, in The
Soohonsjre, Nov. 14th, City Hall.
Twenty five per rent off on all
trimmed hatAt Jlsnson's millinery. 2)
Ceorge Fowler of Gobi was In the
Sam Kellly of peer Island was among
the visitors to our city this week.
A. L. Fuller, cashier of the Rainier
Bank, was called to St. Helena Wednes
day by the sheriff to do jury duty, but
Mr. Jgiller was more fortunate than
nine of the rest and waa excused.
Dr. M. I). Barbour of Mayger
brought the election returna up from
his jti'cinct Wednesday morning.
I', F. Coslello, young farmer living
near lluulton, was seriously Injuied
arly this nmrn ng while on his way to
the St. Helens Timber Co. 'a camp,
where he works. He was on a speeder
on tha company's track, going from his
Mrs. Minnie Poleshsl. a siater of l0 his work' before light, and tan
Mrs. E. A. Koss. who has been in the. . , re lht
..t for five months visiting relsllveiT, ,u" v
rturnl t,i St. Helens on Vidsy. Mrs
Sometimes almost believe I am
growing absnt minded 1 have to meet
my daughter some here. now. let me
somewhere somewhere." - I'rof.Alilin
In The SophOore. Friday.evenlng.Nov.
14th. City Hall.
Doleshal visited in Marshall and Helolt,
Wisconsin, but says she is glad to get
back to Oregisji. in fact, she was quite
homesick for the west.
R Dibble of Rainier brought up
fayneof Quincy was a business
visitor in St. Helens this week.
thjMjection returns VV edncsday,
i here attende. bumeas mat
ters. "IwantMrs. Bucklntthsm. who is
sitting behind me, to hsve a perfectly
good look at this hat, and I know she
won't enjoy a minute of the gsme
afterward!"- Mrs. Scott in The Sopho
more. Friday evening, Nov. I4lh, City
The contract for the Rutherford
building was let lust wcwk and con
struction will be rushed as soon as th
hollow tile blocks, which will le UMcd
in the walla, arrive.
track druiim the night. lie was not
found for soiiie time. He was brought
on a bed to the Iloultor depot and
taken to Portland to tihosiital on the
11:19. lie had some broken rits and
Internal Injuricys feared.
Mr. II. W. Tfoisen reter of Warren
was a business visitor in St, Helens
Tuesday. Mr. Heisen reter is a mem
ber J-he Columbia Valley Nursery
Co., Ca lling all kinds of fnu' trees,
ornamental trees and shrubery. This
company Is planning on entering the
Columbia count Held in the salu of
nursery stock in the near future.
l.ot A large, silver, open rsccil
Klgin wutch. I .oat between Houlton
and St. Helens am! Columbia ( ily.
Kinder pleuse leave same at Mist
ollice or Geo. Shcllabarlger. Colum
bia City. 11
For Sale and Want Ads.
A ka Tk C Juma, BrBi Rtt,u
Trappers Mink wanted, ally
uninjured. Illghya pries p,d, Wriu
Fred Everest, Bus 6. Hlllshuru, 0
Team for Sale- 6 years old vy.,11
broke. Weight about 2Soo p,',und'
tot particulars empire of l)tvi(j
Lynch, Scappoose, Ore. 2tp
Wanted -A scoool gr to
with housework after school hours
For particulars call at Mist olUce.
10 acres near Scappons to trsd,
for S good cows and $100 cah or
would take a horse and $:too mrt.
gHn land. Aug. Voss. rr
furnish the music,
Dr. and Mrs. Peel, Mr. and Mrs.
C. II. John and Mrs. YVm. Muckle
Nov. 14th, City
Miss Carrie L. Allen, aunt g f Mrs.
L.lR. Rutherford and Joe Allen, is
visitinnin St. Helens this week before
leaving for Los Angeles, where Bhe
will BDend the winter.
Mrt. Newell Day and daughter,
JcnnL; Day of Hoquiam, Wash., are
spenJnig the week at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Day of this city.
M. F. Hazen has been quite sick the
past week, but was able to be out on
Mis. Glen Metsker and Uttle dauKh-
tcr came over from Forest Grove for a
visit with Mr. Metsker. The Metskers
nrp huihltntr npat liltl ruttHLrn In St.
tended the Wooden Wedding An- -Mcn, and in , ghojt time Mr MeU.
versary 01 JJr. and Mrs.
Laren at Rainier last Monday.
Mrs. W. C. Lee of Rainier was
In St. Helens Wednesday, having
brought up the election return? of
that city on the local option vote.
She and two other ladies were
rnembers of the election board at
Mrs. Paulsen returned last Fri
day from Seattle where she has
been for severaf morta, at the
home of her daughter, Airs. Fred
Ragan. Recently a son was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Ragan and of
course Fred thinks that his is the
only boy in the world.
Word waf received here Thurs
dayfhat the residence of Drs. M.
D. and N. E. P.arbour had been
destroyed by fire that morning, at
ker will be at home among us.
J. W. Day and his sister-in-law,
Mrs. Newell Day, were sight seeing in
C. E. Hien. a merchant of Trcnholm,
was a business visitor in St. Helens on
H. W. Huizenreter of Warren tran
sacted business in St. Helens on Tues
day. Alfred George was in from Trenholm
on Tuesday anil spent the day with his
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Galichio spent
the week's end in Portland.
Twenty-five per cent off on all
trimmed hats at hanson's millinery. 2t
The Rev. J. S. Mowery will presch
at the Bachelor rT school house Sun
day morning at 11 o'clock. Subject,
r ' 'AX'
About three years ago Mr. H. F.
McCormick, the manager of the St.
Helens Lumber Co., built this
modern residence, and has occupied
it as his home ever since. The lo
cation was chosen with especial care
no that a magnificent view of the
Columbia river and tha mountain
would be visible from the commodi
ous front porch. Also the resi
dence commands a full view of the
large saw mill and docks of the
Lumber Co. The house is modern
in every detail and most artistically
arranged. Kvery piece of lumber
in the building was taken from
Columbia county forests and manu
factured at the mills in St. Helens.
It is truly a Columbia County,
Oregon, product, and one of tln
most beautiful of the Rt.'Weletis
I knoj' them scamps, Mr. Stew- glad to get back to Orrgon and Fred
art. WirfJi they were board in if at
mothers they swiped an elegant crayon
pitcure of grandfathers and hung it in
the postofTice, marked 'Undertaker and
Embalmer. ' Mother was that ashamed."
Violet, in The Sohpomorc, Friday
evening, November the 14th, City Hall.
"I get so sick and tired, Mary
Scott, of Cunningham Cunningham,
Cunningham all day long. You might
think Moses and the twelve apostles
were Cunnnighama to near you talk."
was just "tickled to death" to see her.
11 n early
The Steamer C
week get away, going to
with a full cargo of ties and
The Steamer Grace Dollar, the
The Steamer Multonniiih limped into
port Tuciulay morning. Coming up
the river Monday nidt nhe ran Into a
log boom near Rainier and loot part
of her proxdlor. After a nh.irt stay at
the shipyard, he went to Portland.
where she will go on the dry. luck and
have a new wheel (dared Capt.
sr.. 1.1 r..,n,.iu t,r i... ut ci.... I..... -
full pas- ,low hal ln), Multnomah, relievinu Cant.
Maro, who is taking a vacation.
At the hearing before the Inspectors
at San Francisco relative to the wreck
newest of the Dollar fleet, after taking
on a million feet of lumber at the docks of the Merced. Captian Aaplund pleaded
Miss Durggins. in the Sophomore, of the Columbia CountyI.br. Ia., and guilty to uimkillful navigation and took
Monday evening, Nov. 14th, City Hall. 1 t. Helena Lumber Co., sailed Mon- all the blame tf the wreck. The in-
l( (V,i,tr,Hn tho .niffmri.incr ? dav night forQin Pedro and Sun Diego, spectorrcvuked his license for one
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Helena plumber, has been awarded two I The Steamer V oho mite sailed Wcd
large plumbing contracts at Knappa, I nesday night, for Southern California
Ore. He waa down there a roopte of ports with DOOM ft. of lumber and 45
oays irus week an 1 naa men on the job passengers
all the time.
iff St. Helc
plund has many
ns who will sym-
In his unfortunate
Pasture for rent. Haled h.
j sale. C. W. I.ind. Warren. 4tp
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j.dinniu i,m,c rour mis and 5.
room house. Price S.r0, (.n RlOTj
terms. In Houlton, 1 1-2 blocks
I0-20-P ("has. Smith
Fo?Sale - Two hmisi's and Wo
lots. I'eusonulile prices. W. H
Cade, St. Helens,
Fresh Skamokawa Creamery but
ter, M) cents tho roll. Muckle Gro
For Sale --15 head of kJ dsirj
cows. J A. Nelmm. Warren. Sin
For Sale- Scow hnuiw. I2iM In.id.
three year idd, papered and paiiitJ,
hUo mired inside. 1 10 worth of furni
ture goes llh it.
'IP W. J. Muthr.
For sale cheap A Complete set
of tho Au:er iciiim Encyclopeilii.
Uri'ioire lit Mist ollice.
Fur Sale 24 white Inborn ml
leU and cockerels; also fancy
pigeons, several varieties. I'igim
eeiived I due ribbons at Clatnkanie
Fuir. For information mul prices
w rite KoU-rt Mum II. ).cr Inland
For Sale - UO day outs, good yielik-r,
Alao, soma kimhI cabliage.
It II. W. Ililien.ctcr. Warrcn.Or.
i k.t cent loans on farms, or
chard lands, city resident or bue
nesa property, to buy, build. Im
prove, extend or refund mortgages
or other securities: terms reason
able; special privileges; corres
iximlence invited. Dept. L, 618
Commonwealth Bldg., iH nver, Col.,
r Dept. I, 7I'J Henry Bldg., Se
Houlton Free Methodist Church
Sabbath School at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 1 1 a. m. and H p. m,
I'fayer meeting on Thtrsdity even-
liruit n p. tn.
J- N- W,,,H, raHt"r'
A church home for friends and
Services - 10 a m. Bible sch wl.
11 a. m. Preaching; and worship.
7:110 p. m. Song service and ser
mon. Wednesday. 7-.'l0 p. m. Mid
week service and Itihle stm'y.
F. J Meyer, I'astor.
The Schooner Ileluah arrived Tues-
i ran. rreo vynxins rciurneo Mondsy day mrmnK aftcr run of 24 days
form a two montha trip to her old home j fr(rn gBn iejro. She is loading a full
in Maine. While away ahe visited , carK0 at lhe (l(M.k( ot UB Columbia
several of the large citica in thelaat County Lbr
and middle weat. Of course ho.wBa p,i.
Co. for delivery at San
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3tckinf, Kim Caa, AnkUta
S' f iM,rnial Mftnk 9llaW
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Strayed-One Jersey heifer
months obi ; light color, hole In right
ear. 1 red Jersey heifer H months old,
white atsr in forehead. Strayed from
my place at Hnehelor Flat. Any infor
mation as to these will he rewsrded,
I. C. Jacobson.
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