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ST. HELENS MIST
V O M 1 M ^ X L .
ST. H E L E N S , O R E G O N , F R I D A Y , M A Y
•1ERE S U N D A Y
DESPITE S M E :
if old Juj» • Pluvias unii tin- w«ath-
COUNTY FIELD MEET
SCHOOL SUGGESTIONS TO BE HELD SATURDAY
C IT Y LIG H T COM PANY
IN STALLS NEW P LA N T
N O . 21
This week the patrons of the St.
in ¿i li romp •<* MCI,II« Hurl of all ll.-M l-
Helens Right company ar<- being sup
••it, tbftpo Will be U I u Ht Karn,. „I II«* It* lioM*s School h l i r d o r s Should
Saturday l'roniise« to IP* Itig Hay plied with Juice generated by the
bull on tin.
I o .- h I grounds Sunday.
lk‘ K iin I ih hs Men or \V<»iii<*n and
in Athletic < ir* Ics.— I i\c High new plant recently installed by the
MiifiaK«*! K|( 1 " » y i > I i uh HclitnluleO
A Ppl> Itusliic** Methods in ( ’on
>1 I .l»||Jp»lloM‘IIM*ll D«»«"* Nit|
.Schools Will Have Contestant*.—
It) Express t.-aill
Machinery i conspicuous by Its (irudim tiD K Kx«*rH*«*s to I*? H**ld at
dú* t of th.* School Affairs.
Previous Kcoords («Ivon.
'¡i- -l«Kii*i.»r aggregation
absence in the new plant. The gen
I »« i * \ 1 iiliii^ of \ i ssi Is.
H i^ li Sch ool A u d ito riu m .
F ou r-
IMIIII all lutili itions II Hill III-
erator is run by a . team turbine, and
O lia li i/.ul Ion
In* un liitnr.-i.lliiK Kam.'
The Miai bua recelved 111 " follow-
Th« A H K
The Columbia county high school while generator and turbine are by
i« *'ii in (jr a d u a tiiig C I s m .
'••am has won fhr
K a m o s t h i s s e a - , big l " i i " r frotn a proiiilnuiit Citizen [track meet will tie held in St Helens no means in tin- lightweight class,
I . i in* <1 in s i II* li lis.
hon and I*» h I noue
'Saturday and contestants will rep- tile space occupied i no more than
Sunday th«y <|..- of Ht. Melensi
!feat.*d Kidgeflehl •>) a M o r e o f lit t,, Editor of The Must:
r«-: "tit Hchoola from Rainier, Scap- eight by twelve feet.
Th« I« (H ue of \t **I n hu« not I m * i * ti
Kt. Helens school will close
XX’« not" in a m e r if issile of The poose, (iatakanie, Vernonia and St.
* h«*y a M- on,, of
The new plant is the latest word in W<-dt.‘ "lay evening and fourteen
(J h I u . v ,,,I n .M -omit oi t lit* walkout of Ill»* fahl h
11,11 of Portland.
Sovoral vdmhp I h
the 1°'" limv'iioiil
afful' of ino hi liool dlKirlct and thè
In tin- high school auditorium in capacity of the plant 1250 horse inembers of the enlor class will ra
bttVH I p i in poi t durliiK t tie pai f HilJCf Hii'ír gañí" been st r**ngtliened wn'. r of ihe a r t u i" offerti thè sug-
il • diploma-
Dean Straub of the
power. The turbine is something on
W erk HR in• a 8*cured from l'or?land k ifu
»•II play al s*‘n*rt and Norwist, KOMtlon Miat » « are all to bla DI# foi oratorical and essay contest, in which the order of a water motor or wheel, 1 niveisity of Oregon will deliver an
a Hol I“ * nevY man
two con ten tan t i f*oni each of tin steam in this case taking the place of ail (ire s to the graduating class. The
v ill cavort around
.my of Un* mon who cuino
• ■xerci.-es will he held in the school
I'"tiiap fili, uiay li" true. but If cliools mentioned will contest. This water as the propelling power.
K r* » w n
suiii l>" ih" eaH" let ijh accept thè promises lo be an Inter"-ting feature has a maximum speed of 3000 revo auditorium. The program is as fol
Dirli w I
How** will do t h** roc»*ivltiK. mailer a < It I h and then Htrlve for of tli" meet. Superintendent Wilker- lutions per minute. Cost of produc
March from Aida, Mrs. Holling-
utrvlct* ¡. n and tnotrihorH of tlio
an iniprovi-tnent of tii" rondltiou.
Hon is arranging tli ■ rules of tli" con tion is also very materially reduced,
worth, Miss Davis.
Atuvi'U a l «♦■■■ lou and wore Kind lo I ho
U " liave eleeteii a HCliool boari to test und selecting the judges.
invocation, Rev. S. Darlow John
UH’ UH* » »pi in* n( al li0 i’i'iiI h por
look after thè affaire of thè taxpayera
I’ rof Spelss will be in charge of produce steam for the turbine than
ID por hour for over ‘ when i|„. team trimm**«! Kalniit and manaK« »bla inatltution In a
hull I • '
•liil.'il t o » t a r t
they have boon tinny pr
Piano solo, Dorothy Akin.
bualliesHliii" maiitier ani if they fall that it will lie one of the most suc
til fitly at !
T h " new plant was put into opera
o ' r l . M ’k . a m i M a n -
• ' V«‘ :> o I h , til»* UlollllilM . f
Dors of Daring, Florence Aronson.
r t’ou y ors U'l.l ' ' . n i l III .'til I,. T o f in suiii trust, thè prope" thlli" to i o cessful ever held in the county. The tion Monday morning and is running
.oi • in on t un Ion and t I h . m *
Solo, Mrs. L. R. Rutherford.
thr luliti *! ioi
team I ‘I"' * Ili.I Ml*' fllllH of St i' Mie tbiiiK io n e by other bli» busl- boys are taking an active interest and on trial tiiis week under the manage
Violin solo, Homer Hardin.
«111» VMM • a » 11 * • « 1 on to lui p \v lion t in*
, rhanre lb " manapiei.ient.
are training hard, and some new rec ment of the General Klectric com
•• l u r u o u t a m i r o o t f o r m
Address. Dean Straub.
[ulrod more men than wor*.
l a i thè Hchool boari resiRn and ords are looked for at this track pany
t* « III U ' " f i r s t Kam«, played
• I the untoti, hav * heoii KKu
Presentation of Diplomas.
I"' tlie i i - i r u i try » new manage meet.
iK oil m«*i.4Dei i of the ills
Through I. It. Rutherford a list
Tonight the senior class will pre-
iiuuUuli, fino (ouillo. of
I lo- presi'tit board ha« inanuged th<- of previous ya c k records, most of
ent the class play, " P r o T em ." Sun
iim ii who livo in Ituinlor,
affa re of thè dl 'iict I oiir enougb to which were made in 1S13, are given.
day evening at tho Congregational
to ttiilkr » Mio *ottl«*lie!it
reallze eltlier that they do not bave Mr Rutherford is making an effort
church Itev. Kent Clark will deliver
IlDdeI -»fall l from a rolluhla Hour«**
tb" Uni" to devote io thè iu ty or they to compile a compl.-»e list of all rec-
a baccalaureate sermon.
that the I* niK.liorei.ion of .St Ilei m .,
are Incompeteut and bave failed to
Wednesday afternoon there Is to
tiiak" r o o i.
lutiu* of w lumi u* know Pulpo they
county, which will be kept in a per
hav«* no v i pvaiit«*, wlil um K the It a In ' 1
The visitor r.-Rlater in thè Hchool manent record boo a in the county III Health Forres fa ith fu l Council he a d a - day program. James Drew
* lako hoin** definito ac t ■ iiunilii " \p|i"(iii<'.| for I tis-orat ion fall - to show attentimi on th" pari of
man to Resign. W ill («*> to Arizona i- director of ceremonies. The pro
school superintendent’s office for fu
l'a» XtrntiK' iiK iit— |»o»i t'on.I.'iiuiH thè dlrectors and we fall to see hov- ture use. Any correction or authentic
lion, ho il al tl¡' homo mon will not
for Benefit o f Health. Resignation
Class history, Wade Rutherford.
be loalDK un* and u * hanro to **arii
M l. r s <
In l("solutloii.— U l l l
to he A< ted on at Next Meeting.
report of events not listed will lie
Class poem, Melva Hattan.
food V.a • on aerontlt *»f Ilo* atti
and Kiir.'.'KHfully manapetl unless thè welcomed by Mr Rutherford.
Advice to Freshman, Lawrence An
tudo of (I • Uaifiier tiK'ii.
, In touch wlth
the report of any new record signed
At their regular meeting Monday derson.
tloll £lV«*ll lo The M imi was to the
Decoration Day * ill be appropri-
Class will, Vivian Linn.
•fftvt Ilia a nut i her of Si lie!« ii8
af' ly Hurl fittingly observed this year Bic„ ,,r women with educational quail- thr(,e students entered In the meet <’ouncilman Brower tendered his res
Class Prophecy, Homer Hardin.
luncah« n¡* n liiteuclod to po to K a m
by the local American l^eglon pout,
Address to class, Professor Spiee».
kr Tin ila > n ip ht and have sonie
unvote . th**
time , to take over Hlble. Anv records not fully est ah- ure of the council.
anil ut tne meeting Monday night
'll is: Lawrence Ander
wit it t h e
th" affairs of the school and improve i Ustl„ (1 wU1
from the bp¿<t his h--alth demanded a change of cli
plan* were put Into operation by the condltiong.
son. Stuart Both\*ell, James W.
i h*- h triko, or walkout.
marks or time made at the next un- mate and he expected to soon leave Drew, Thomas J. Kiblan, Wilbur N.
" f -t t nmiittee, oonuigt-
l.et us Insist upon qualifications of
a** aro ahi** lo í4.s*«*rtam,
The resignation was I.arabee, Wade A. Rutherford, W.
Ing of William KuFsell, Dr Hoskin Hie directors a w wi us instructors nual field meet.
w « r ca •d by the refusal of the
an«! I. ou I h Muhr, to fake charge of j
The following Is the list as near as laid over for a week, hut will be ac Alpheus
and g"t away from the old idea that
•a to oliminuto tin* travel arrangement» for the day.
cepted. There is much speculation as Adams, Dorothy Akin, Florence P.
'anyone Is qualified to direct the a f Mr Rutherford Is able to get at the to his successor,
I lk and -liti expense
i Ully thrtm-
A «perlai meeting- will bo held on fairs of the school
Aronson, Ada E. , ole, Homer M.
Ct • • ioiiKshoro work in this
Mayor Ballagh was absent and Hardin, Melva Hattan and Vivian
Hammer t brow, Stevens, a
We hsve surely passisi the smuH
■ i I leiem», though throe
, A. P Barnett, president of the council M. Linn.
' " mni1l,t........ :ir district stage and now need a school poose, 12S; javelin El ler t son.
fourth * i tin* longshoremen liv** in ,M V ■ '
From the minutes of the
• "pipowered to soeur" directed nnd managed liy men or wo- kanie, 135; discus, Dale Perry. St.
fUlnier H* i ‘ foioro the Kaiuier men
recorder, we note that Dr. J. H.
music and pr.-pare n
LAST M IN U TE
paid the ham** wages as
Flynn reported that Sheriff W ellin g
l • ' ! •' order.'d a quantlty o f pop
••lo» meo, hut in addition po.-. thè «iiild"inali(' flower o f th« taining to school and who are capable Helens. 42-1; pole vault. Kit < on- ton refused to allow "Speed Cop’
L O C A L PICK-UPS
of carrying on the financial hnslness >'ers. Clatskanie, 10-6; high jump,
na v<* coh(*ctml $ 1 ».»
fo f *u occaslon
In of the district in a businesslike man- < running). Virvil Stevens, Scappoose, Abbott to work as a city deputy
per day • r I'o.iid. or in other words,
(S h eriff Wellington tells the Mist
Dr and Mrs L. G. Rosg accom
ddlllon to a musical and speaking
¡5-4; broad Jump (running», Barnes,
the Hi II
t»8 men work for $1 76 program th« usuai ceremonies and ner.
that Abbot has all he can do to at panied by Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Jeffcott
p**r da> I* h than did the Kaiuier
of Portland motored to Seasife Sat-
d i ' " ailoii of graves of fallen corn assets of a city and we surely cannot Rainier, 5:50:
880 yards. Mjvr,
Uieu ihiH arrangement, while sut
dling in city affairs», and at their: ur<lu> returning Sunday evening.
imi' e wlll lie htsld In liie cemeterio«
afford to allow It to he carried on In 1 lat kanie, 2:0S; 440 yards, Myer.
UUctorv to the Kuiniet men, Is not
W . B. Dillard left yesterday
A ripulì frolli Mrs l»enilng, who
iails(acl.ii y I o t he Si
I felons men aitended thè ludies auxiliary euiicus such a manner as to reflect discredit - < latskanle. not known; 22'» yards, cil will appoint some one as traffic fqr .Ei.jene and * a p vi»it for r w «ek
ind niMiiv >t th
' ■* • •
memhors of the* ai l'oriland. w.ts r ad and a vote oi on the district. We base the largest ! Harnfs, Clatskanie ¿3:4-5: ¿'20-yart|
" ten V y4 x* 1 m Qfe) son*. Mason and
usi.ii ar. olir pok'.a un to thè tn- thauki tendered i " « o r for hot l i town in th" counly u/d on" of the ninrdTes, Kit Potiyeri. n a 's k jn fe . T7:
best in the slat" and should have a 100 yard dash. Harnos. Clutsknnle. granted and the usual gist of monthly Walden who are attending the TJ.
Justlre and Ih" lin k of reason of thè ter. f shown
A ladies' auxiliary Is school that will take the same rank 10:2-5; 50-vard dash. Barnes Clats-
Kainler li,"ii in not acc.'pling tho
bills were approved and ordered paid.
W. R Magruder, a prominent res'
With all due respect to the present kanie, 6:2-5.
kr(>pa,ii ! of th" etilployers lo ellm- io .......rg.inlred In St Helons and tho
A representative of a Portland dent " f clatskanie and a man who
ladies are to in* tnvifed to il.» present let us strive lo make it better in the
Inule ih" hourd
machinery house talked to the coun hr;s done much for the development
I liere has ai th.1 p"<lal meeting to make tenta-
10-6 in the pole vault, while Watts cil relative to the purchase of a rock of Columbia county, was in St. Hel-
Hot been al n> « ut In wuges, and thw
t ve pian for organizatlon.
working I 'Urs are th « Mime UH liere-
crushing machine. Mr. Barnett, with • 11 s Thursday.
A collim iti." wn'i .ippolntod io take
Kilprtson has a record of 135 the consent of the council, postponed
tufare, ,, iHcqu.jtitly t he meli who
Mr- M Ricen returned from Sea-
charg" uf arrangi'iiienls for a dune«
bave comi down frolli l'ortluud catl- to In- glvon on Saturdny evenlng. May * * * * * * * * * * 4 1 *
any a •ion until Mayor Ballagh could -'(h Monday morning. She has rent-
be present. Several matters o f min oil a cottage at the seashore and with
ibldng," for thè longMhorc- U lti
CH U R CH NOTICES
l the record, hut at this time the dis or importance were brought up and n. tubers of the Rosenthal family,
Bien quit • ork.
I h" 'Ila rH ca
-ame up for dis
dispos :t of before the council ad » i l l spend part of the summer there.
Orgioo/nib.ii 'l u i li,- I ni ■■n-ii.
ci i'"l il « a thè coneensus of
field meet next Saturday it will likely journed.
Wilbur Muckle was in St. Helens
o avoli! any fut i ber trou- opinion that th" d"parttn«nt of Justle" M l T I I O H I S T M ' l S C O P U , t i l l Rt ll
Thursday having come down from
of II« ' Hleumers iiuve
■ ' llppetl a '
In d ■•' ling Otti J 11 ■ l
Sunday school at 9:45. Let every I records.
his wheat ranch near Connell, Wash-
at un Indepeiidcnt orgiin-
i- tu th 1 • i ' b> ailowing tini vlo scholar lie on time
Miss Laura Aus
LIB E R TY TH EA TR E
lui ioti I
ton, to spend a few days with his
'ortucd and composcd of lutar ........ rape
The p .st went on tin. of Cotlhru. India, will tell the
B O O K S A T T R A C T I O N S 1 arents in Portland. He was accom
meli or those who ileslre r ord :i, helng In mvor of a retrlal children
tilings A D A I v l a W I N S I N
panied by Mrs. Muckle.
and live. They state If of Vlle'i • In lliv unanimoUH adoptlon about the hoys and girls of India
SUIT OF OUSTER
Tlie Central Real Estate company
Tho program for the coining week
anUution I h fornied. they of thè followlng resolution.
The niorniug service will ho under
Mil he i|
at (die Liberty theatre is an excep reports the sale of a dwelling on
aiih ¡w hii organl/alIoli
It appearing tiint thè the nuspices of the Woman’s Foreign
An ouster suit was on trial in Jus tionally good one.
Saturday night ll"!i.lock and Wyeth streets to John
ut thè faci that sudi o r r n l t ’ d States attorney generai has Missionary Society. The local society
l i " worulng harmoulmis |ermlt|eil Iti" appeal of Henry Alhers has had an existence of a little over tice Ilmen's court Tuesday, wherein I'ncle Tom's Cabin will lie presen'ed. Hot 1.well of Kalama. Washington.
ly with t
There are thirty people in the show Mr Rothwell will bring his family
steamtioat meli oli l ’ ugol to prevali on a confosalon of error a year and tills is the first thank o f
th "r" I h no fr ld lo n and "Il Ih " pari of thè govornmotit. fol- fering service which tney have held. seeking by legal moans lo remove and they have their own big brass "1 St. Helens and make his here.
Mrs Cora HendrtX died Thursday
The ticket offic e will he open
d mpioyerH are working low ini! bis colivlctlon in thè I ow . t Miss Laura Austin, who has been in
farm near Deer Island.
at 7 o'clock and the show will start morning at 9 o ’ c I ock at the home of
(c lllt s for vlolulion of thè esplonage India for the past five years and is
The jury was out about twenty at 8 o clock.
her daughter. Mrs. M B. Moon, in
iriiK'd busIni-HM man of a d ; I h - Il
now at home on furlough, will speak.
minutes and brought in a verdict in
Deceased was 4S years old
imi Tuesday anil Wednesday Fait,- this rit>
formad 'i li" M imi , ha, a
U i ‘ "!v " d That t’olumhln i ’ost No In connection wiiti this service. favor of Mr Adams
The defendants Arhuckle will he 4e?n in “ Tn? Life and bail been a s t i r r e r with cancer
tua jar), >
i" meli w li irli colisi it lite t :■ (! • American I "gioii, stronglv Mothers' Day will lie observed. The
Ft is one of the big- for many months. Her home was in
•f thè Si. Helens brandi condetuns Ih" adion of Mie attorney pastor will speak hr.efly on "Mother were granted ten days in which to of the Party "
Of the n
g' e successes.
In addition lo this Tlie Dalles. Oregon, to which place
locai, « e r e in favor of generai In bis coiirs.'. and tirges up- hood,” and Miss Austin will show file aji appeal.
The case grew out of an alleged there ‘' i l l lie a rip tearing com ely , tli" remains were shipped Wednesday
ihd «. rnIng t holr $v "ti t|,.- d i artment • ' Ju dice thè ne by contrast the opportunities and
evening, accompanied by relatives.
or *lu i
• y nisiead of reiiialniiig n o l i ! of I new trial In thè case; privileges of American motherhood agreement between the two parties, "H im Sunday.”
Miss Marion Morton was much
idle In i
On Sunday and Monday the Lib
to enforco iti.' demanda and h" It furi ber
for which we are indebted to the wherein Paulsen was to lease the Ad
pleased last Saturday when the mall
Ut lougslioremen w lui
Resolved. That thè action of thè teachings of the t'li-tst. A generous ams farm for a period of five years erty will present W ally Held and
' per /fay for hourd Iti attorney generai Iti thè Alhers case thank offering will be greatly ap at n rental of $350 per month. Ad- Hebe Daniels In “ a Dancin' Fool " brought her a letter from the W hite
• eiit: per hotir stralght has a market tendency to retard Mie preriateii hy the society and will help »nix claimed that the rent was to he Other good plays are hooked for lee House in Washington, D. C. In the
Manager East is receiving envelope was a card with the picture
in snvance. -..i.o..
*“ months *“
wliat tlie Alist can us- w r k of Amerlcanism nnw helng car- them to carry the Christian American P»l<* six
of the president's home and a little
seettis to he no reason : .ed on hv thè \merlejin I."gioii and ideal of Motherhood to other peoples the Paulsens contended that the rent many compliments on having secured
note of greeting which bore Presi
bore mena "T si Ilei Ita organl/allons
dent Harding’s personal signature.
»b o n i ari' fauiily men
Shepard, our own Bishop, will be ing the suit to oust the defendants day nights. It was a clean, interes - Naturally Miss Morton prizes the note
i rtj i,, re, ihonld land
Ing play and was thoroughly enjoyed and
present witli us and will preach. from the farm.
lilng w li Irli Imi few of M I S T W A N T A D S
thoughtfulness in remembering her.
•hem I hi »* D just
Previous to signing or drawing a by all who attended.
Ami while they
At their last regular meeting the
•re hold 'K ouf. inni from 111 «» «»ut-
lease the Paul "ns had moved from
I’ L Y M O I'T H
(X IN tiB K iiA T IO S i XL
N .’ tibors of W odcraft selected Mrs
Portland to Hi" Adams place with W O M A N S C L U B
nu«* in ami are loading the
■ M Mr W C Morley,
In \ " M i l there's a mighty good
tes.els ,, I making hig wages.
their stock, and when the lease was
Morning worship st 11 a m. Itev.
M E E T S T U E S D A Y uni Mrs E L. Payne as delegates to
The ,., pli »ver k here have made a paper piihii-!i''i!. I ll" Astoria Budget
finally presented to them they re
Hie convention of Neighbors wbjch
Prnpie III f Dial an Independent or Mach 'la> there's a column of wit Clark will preach a Mothers' Day fused to sign on the grounds that the
Special music by the Jun
The next meeting of the St Hel »111 be held at Hood River this mouth
under the lie."ling. "The Office • at
RanIzHt xi be formed.
verbal agreement wa- that th4 rent
The men to
On Thursday, May 12th. the ladies
and the eat had the following to say ior choir. The evening service will should he payable monthly.
Adam- ens Womans club will be held at the
mem bora, the employer«
lie a union sc!' rr In honor of the
Helena » ni be entertained by
•hree n ,
contended that t l v verbal agreement residence of Mrs. Albert Burcham
ber»« and Mio nix to «eiert mi Ils Issue of May 2:
Tuesday afternoon. May 10th.
Mrs. the ladies of the Congregational
n « tin ilffe n r lie « II I ine Hrtrlier. graduating class or the St Helens was six months' rent In advance.
Mi nu»mher of a hoard lo
Special music will lie
Frank George will be the leader church in the basement of the new
"T h e following classified advertise high school
•bjii-.i al Krievanre« and H«*e if work
Both parties were represented by
Mrs W hite will rend a paper on church. Tea and li»n t refreshment«
ment appeared in (lie last Issue of furnished by s chorus front both
mnot n i in he re« it tiled.
Itev Clark will preach the legal talent from **ortland. Adam- "H ealth for Mother and Child.” and »111 he served. All are invited.
l he St Helens Mist:
■—» ----- -
sermon nnd Rev Johnson of the having Judge l.ittiiifleld for his at Mrs John Sten's paper is on the sub
ending to a request from the
"H avin g secured the services
the torney and Max Goidstein appearing ject, "I'ndernourishment of C Uild- sheriff of Cowlitz county, Sheriff
FISH S E A S O N O P E N S ,
of Fred Hiatt, a first elass bur
The spectators were ren "
Scripture lesson and offer prayer for Paulsens
went to Deer Island
The program for the ensuing Wellington
lier. I am now In position lo
C A T C H IS G O O D
A most cordial Invitation Is extend entertained by tbe occasional tilts year will be outlined and among th>. Thursday evening at 5 o'clock and ar
drive yon iinyv-tiere at any
ed to all tho citizens of St. Helens to between the attorneys and at times subjects suggested for discussion are: rest d James Lowrey who is charged
Seven passenger car She
they waxed quite sarcastic in their 'T ravel and history, literature, drama, with forgery, the alleged crime hav-
fishing season opened
Phot’ « I59W
Judge Littlefield and Mrs art, music, woman and the home, po- tn,- been committed in Kalama, Wash
• i» ui hin r l v r Sunday evon-
" K 1, MOBLEY.
Paulsen bail a sparring match, while
H I K E M ETHODIST f i l l KCII
Sheriff Wellington received
jlitlcal and economic problems
Goldstein raked some of the plain of tbase subjects will he chosen as a tb" t.-lcphone message at 6 o'clock
D M Hlghee. Pastor.
tinner.v ar' lo mention that he could
from putting their neis In assure
and at 7:30 o'clock had landed th*
subject for further study.
Mother*' Day will he observed next
tlazon took a hand now and then and
river hut on Monday evening a
man in jail
The man xaived extra
Sunday by the Sunday school anti
n',n>h"r » , . r(. out and made good
dition and Sheriff Hoggatt came up
" h T h i s 'is proof conclusive and Judia-
| « ^ 0 ^ 0 ^ 'h°e ^
M ISSIO NARY' T O T E L L
at 11 o'clock Thursday night by auto
pu table that tile classified ads are
O F L I F E I N C H I N A and took the accused man to Kalama.
Both parties were equally
rlvTE'1' fi l" ,nii"ti's Ntrlke on Hie lower rend even by those living al » dis on also an appropriate sermon in
■ ■ positive
At the home of Mr. and Mr». Ell
honor of the occasion
In their testimony that their conten-
„,,, ! 1 1,1 »he A I.>fla vlclmtv does
Young People's meeting f t 7 p. tn Hons relative to specifications of rent
Rev Ham of the Seventh Day Ad Beeler there was a birthday celebra
' 'D'x vicinity, since the fish
•n 1 an
A Home MD ion «nil Junior pro- pavment were correct, but the jury ventist mission will be in St Helens tion Saturday
Miss Dori* Beeler
" " being paid Id rent* per
P hi ml
gram tn charge of Mrs Sadie Dupont evidently took the view that Adams' on Thursday, May 1?. and at the was three years old on April 23 and
• lia ries Heckman was arrestad by will take the time of the evening version was the correct one and yen- Congregational church that night will Miss I.orene Beelei was ftwr years
ntt i r ....
,r XVarren company, slarletl
,dered their verdict according!'
The tell o f soil»' of tlie experiences he has old on April 28. Eli Beeler was —
• his nmount und E 1 Klierlf Wellington Sunday evening hour beginning at 8 o'clock
"•'Ugh, Iniv »er for |.,e Columbia Itlv- because he had an altercation with
! Jury was composed o f Thos tsbister. had In China w here he hus se/ved for years old on April 24, so all of them
’ M V k",
missionary ot had a Joint birthday celebration. The
SFX 1 NTII D XY ADVENTIST,
Chas Graham. John Philip, X M a number of years
1 soclatlon, folowed suit one of the men who was In St
I r fi»h »’ i vers report that up to ens to help load a vessel
Tn view of the condi guests were Ruhv. Charlotte and
Seventh Day Adventist
* " J » h McVey and Clarence the church.
log was before .Tlldgi llaien who
tions that now prevail in China and Myrtle Bell Gobi, Ruby White, Eva-
to............__ "oon. approximately 30 bound him over to the grand jury Road and Klamlt street
nf fish lind been delivered
11:30. church service*
. . . also the fact that Rev. Ham has re ltne I,evit Alice and Edward Chap
J" fairly good Mill t h e q u a l i t y o f and
All services held on Sutur-
The county rfuirr is in session this cently returned from that land of man. Ruth Chapman, Agnes, Alfred
It has (|t»v«*lop*Ml that Heck-
Next Saturday, May 7, Elder [week.
Tn addition to the regular suffering, his lecture wlll he o f In and James K elly Vera Price, Ernest
metí stale. ' xceprionally fine, fisher- gave, though living In this country day
Johnson of Battle Ground routine of hIPs and road ret It »on . terest ti* the many- who will hear ami Xlberr Samuels and Vaughan
No admission ' ill he charged Folson. The birthday parties receiv
the court found time to act favorably him
for a number of rears, has
In I ee 11» ’ll papers an
a! | Wash will hav charge of the ser on a drainage district
After game* and
proposition and the lecture will begin promptly ed many presents.
' K l ' d i i who Is attending tak
vices, anil an all day meeting will lie
The Mist understands that his 1 •
Everyone is cordially other forms o f entertainment refraah-
which is in tho Clatskanie neighbor at :45 p m.
Visitors cordially invited
• he week X ' a den, v at Ponlnnd »pen*
will b" brought to the attention of
ments were served.
M A X GRLX1M, Local Elder hood.
*•»<1 ¡lirH end wjth her parents Mr.
4' T Kiblan.
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