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LOCAL HAPPENINGS AND DOINGS
NEWS NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE ANL,
AROUND ST. HELENS
PERSONAL: LOCA SOCIAL AND OTHERWISE
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Nind Salem th
Mr. Roscoc Duncan of V
was in St Helens Monday
C. H. Wholer of
visited with Dr. and Mrs. Zipperer
in this city, Tuesday.
Mrs. C. H. John and Mrs. Wm.
JckU spent Tuesday in Poatland.
the ttiilda for Portlan
Mib.Welle Perkins spent Thurs
Mr. anVLMrs. W. W. Rlakesley
were in P.IAjand Saturday
Thursday forAer home
after two iitha spent
Helens with helister
Mrs. Nichols, oyCity En.
gineer, is spending: tnPweek with
her husband in St. Helens.
Professor McCord and wife of
Clatskanie are in St, Helens this
week. Professor McCord is on the
examining; board giving: the
teachers' examination in St. Hel
ens. Lawrence Holman of Portland
spent Saturday in St. Helens.
Mis. E. A. Rotter shopped in
the City on Monday.
J II. Wellington was in Portland
on business Monday.
Louis Roaasco made a business
trip to Portland the early part of
Mrs. Clyde Sutherland visited in
the City Monday
Miss Olive Powne left for Erskin,
Alberta, on Monday, after spend
ing several months in St. Helens.
James Ktce of Clatskanie was 'n
St. Helens on business one day this
Mrs. Martin White was shopping
in Portland Monday.
Dr. and Mrs. Peel spent last
Sunday in Portland.
Mrs. H. E. LaBare was in Port
land the early part of the week.
Mrs. Frank George was a Port-
and visitor on Monday.
Miss Ada George is home for a
Mrs. C. C. Cassett was a passen
ger on the early train for Portland
C. C. Masten spent a few days in
St. Helens this week.
Sunday matinees at 4:30 p. m.
at the Arcade Theatre. Special
pictures. 5 and 10 cents.
Mr. E. A. Rotger wishes to an
nounce to his patrons that during
his absence over the holidays J.
George or E. I. Ballagh will at
tend to your electrical needs. Shop
will be open every evening, with
E. I. Ballagh in charge. See other
section of paper for ad.
There are 18 applicants taking
the examination for teachers cer
tificates before the examining board
C. W. Blakesley is in
week attending the
he State Tax Com mis-
II. R. Diljble of Rainier was a
St. Helens visitor during the week.
Mrs. Halstend and Mrs. Pete
Felton were in Portland Tuesday
of this week.
rom Mrs. L. G. Ross is
that she had a splendid trip down
the coast and is greatly benefited
C. Morton made a business
to Skamokawa, Wash., and
ia during the week.
A. J. Deming was a Port-
II. Wellington has sold his I
ware store to l.. has. and
Chauncey Smith who are now con
ducting same. Thev wish to an
nounce to the people of the com
munity that they will be prepared
to furnish anything in their line on
short notice, They carry a nice
line of hardware and will order
anything for you that they do not
have in stock. Give them a trial.
Peter Lousignontof Scappoose
w as tried last Wednesday before
Justice Watkins and a jury,
charged with hunting deer with
dogs. After the evidence was
all in the jury deliberated a few
minutes and brought in a ver
dict of not guilty.
Mr. and Mrs. E
take passage on the Steamer Wil
lamette tomorrow for San Francisco
where they will spend the holidays
with Mr. Rotger's mother and
Rev. W. N. Coffee of Portland
will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Blakesley in St. Helens over
next Sunday. Rev. Mr.CofTee is the
presiding elder of this district of
the Free Methodist church and will
preach at the Houlton church on
You should taks a trip down
town and see the electric lighted
Chris'.mas tree in A. S. HarrMon's
store window, the little colored
lamps giving a very pretty effect.
St. Helens is urely up to date.
You will find at Harrison's Btore
the freshest Xmas nuts and candy
in town. Fancy mixed candy at
12 1-2 cents per lb. Mr. Harrison
sells a vast amount of goods, con
sequently goods bought from him
are always fresh. Store opened
Xmas week till 9 o'clock evry
Preparatians are being made for
an entertainment to be given by
the school children of Houlton on
Dec. 23rd. Parents and friends
are cordially invited.
Suitable gifts for all the family
can be found at the 4'ioneer Store
of Perry & Graham. Also a full
line of the best general merchan
dise. An invitation is extended to
you to visit this store and look over
Born- To Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Kelly, a daughter, on Dec, 12th.
A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND
HAPPY NEW YEAR.
Real Estate Transfers
E ami M J Ross to A H and S A
George, part of lot 1. blk 27. St
A T Laws to Fred Morgus, land
' in St Helens.
J F and M M Johnson tS C and
T II Merton. lot 1 blk 2 Whitten's
Sub Div, of blk 3 Tickenor Add.
Benson l.br Co to Col Agri Co,
land in 34 and 35, 8-5
F and G G Graham to Col Agri
Co, land In 8t?-8-.r.
E House t" Ceo C Beaver, land.
L F and H A Ehlers to It and J B
G P and L W Buxter to Roland
Masten, land in 12-4-2.
E Messing to Edith Aronsen,
M Schmidt to L and S Culbert-
son, land in Clatskanie.
L S Culliertson to R C and E
King, land in Clutskanle.
L and L Snider to Alex Auk,
C C and M J Morton to J V At
Rainier Land Co to Beatrice Jor
dan, lot 12. blk 1, Blanohar.t's
Rainier Land Co to W 11 Mc
Clung, lots 8-10-11. blk 13. Blan
E N and O E Elliott to Clats
l.anie Mere Co, lot 8. blk 8 in Cluts
kanie. C C Murton to (1 W Aery, land,
J A and Win Clark to Sat ah
Dibbleo. blk lC. Dobbins Add,
1 f .-w. .ft T.i.nn. ...ill I, .
at St. Helens Hotel again
Monday, Dee. 22nd. Don't fai I to con
sult him about your cyci and glasses.
Xmas novelties, fancy
bags, boudoir caps, etc.,
From the Bellingham Herald we
learn that Miss Pauline Paulsen of
St. Helens who is attending the
State Normal at that place, has
been selected as one of the dele
gates to attend the Internatial
Student Volunteers annual meeting
at Kansas City commencing Dec.
A mortgage was placed on the
records at the Clerk's office this
week given by Lora Haines Cook to
the Detroit Trust Company for
$00,000 on 927 acres of timber land
in the Nehalen country.
The Pioneer Store, Perry &
Graham, announce that they have a
large assortment of Christmas
goods and invite the public to in
Hanson's Millinery has on Bale a
line of hats from 25c to $2.00. Al
so fine velours and beavers at sur
prisingly low prices.
In the matter of the application
of J. H. Wellington for a license
to sell spirituous, malt and vinous
To Whom It May Concern:
Take notice that I. the under
signed, havp filed my application
with the City Council of the City of
St. Helens, Oregon, on December
15th, 11)13. for a license to sell
A Rotger will ' an(l vinous liquors
in so-called Walter iJlakesloy
Building, situated on lot 15 of
block 10 of said city, said license
to lie for a term of 12 months from
the 23rd day of December. l'Jl3,
and said application will be heard.
granted or refused, by the City
Council, on Monday, Decemter 22
1913, at 7:30 o'clock in the evening
of said day, and to which applica
tion, remonstrances may be filed
with the recorder of said city, un
der and pursuant to Ordinance No.
160 of said City of St. ;Ielens, un
der which said ordinance this ap
elication is made.
Dated at St. Helens, Oregon,
this 15th day of December, 1913.
J. H. Wellington.
December 24th 1913
St. Helens City Hall
Given by St. Helens Fire Department
SEE POSTERS FOR PRIZES
Mrs. Sullivan, a coslumer of Portland will
be in St. Helens all day the 21th with a
variety of costumes for rent. Also masks.
For Sale and Want Ads
Ad ia That C ilumnt Bring R.ul,
Lost One niiiunv rnlorvd Jrrm-y
heifer, one yvar old, marked with
( In one eiir ami a V huped rut jM tlt
.other. Information will ! rewanlil.
j It. A. Iiui'ont, Warren r nun.
j 1"' Muntoti'i cani.
I For Siite-Cow, humc, buck board,
one borne WHyon, two Ht hurncn,
; AiMri'M Ho 4.1, Colilu, Or. H,
j Wunted Hi ik from t 15
feet each of maple or scrub mik to
be used fur followers mi u pj(
driver. The log must be tonyh,
wiry and knotty. Must be fn.ni
12 to Di inches in diameter. Ad
dress or cull on Columbia l:i.r
Tuckers Association. K. 1. l:;,.
'laeh, Agent, St. Helena.
j The St. Helens Improvement fit,
j is in a position to help every person
j who wants to buy. sell or rent
i property. They are in touch with
buyers and seller. They have a
I reputation for fair eeiiling that er.
:s;ires good treatment. If you hava
anything to sell or want to buy any.
thing it in to your intenst to run.
' suit them.
A. T. Laws, Manne r.
St. Helens. Ore.
For Sale or Kent Two house
close in Inquire of Mim-Mc Hare,
Drs. Iiwe & Turner devote their
entire time, energy and effort ex
clusively to the eye. They have
had years of hard, practical ex
perience and know their business
thoroughly in all branches. They
give your eyes a most thorough,
searching and scientific examin
ation, and when they prescribe
glasses it is with positive and ab
solute assurance they are the best
and only kind suited to your eves.
Glasses guaranteed to give satis
faction whether they cost $2.00 or
more. One charge covers entire
cost of examination, frames and
lenses. Consult them at Hotel St.
Helens, Monday, Dec. 22nd. Re
member the day and date. Scores
of St. Helens references.
F. MS UK I, the II out It,,,
Jlerchnut hus com del ctl his
tirir store hui tiling next to the
Perry S' (irnhum store i n
Houlton (tint has moral his
entire stoeh of (ienerul Altr
chnndisc into neir Imilding.
Stoeh consists of Dry (ioods.
Clothing, Hoots nnd Shots,
Furnishings, Furniture, etc.
Christ mas Toys and Fancy
Prices us loir us the lowest,
(ioods ii, s good a s the In si .
A cull will le uijiri eiulcd ,
Conic n ml fool; orcr our new
.store whether you Imy or not.
F. J, BASEEL, Houlton, Oregon
& HALL CO.
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