St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933, August 12, 1921, Page PAGE TEN, Image 10

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T H E S T . H E L E N S M I S T . KK 'IP A V. A l K i t ' S '
PAGE TEN
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Mrs Itoy Hill >ml daughter Maty
the I
Mfuri Laviniu Klhlun
. pent
Kilo,, were Cortland visitors Thure
week end with friends m Porttanil
da*
Mi-< Ed Ketel and "it are visit
Mrs l .»liti Si uii uni! daughter*.
lug with rotai Ives in tini..... bis
\gda and Helen, spent Thursday in
VI. s I ;d l.ynch and Mi-s bate Cortland
Mi
Flora Owens, formerly a reel
l.yncli wore I'ortland shoppers Sat
,u.j„ of St Helens, has returned
" Ih s I. .1 VatiOt shovett had ascimi from Kugot.e and Is settled here.
Mins
Clout > of warm weather ahead
,j,iest Saturday and Sunday
,et
del yourself a sport Jacket at
Helen Johnson of Portland
•AT-
sal»'
at
Mi
Milady's Shop
Marked down
to
smut
. Acts now on
lu.it a -'hop at *&
‘ ¡'« at bargains !.. *6
Mr and Mrs .1 H Siegfried and
and only a few I " " "
[
Holen K i b la li returin'd Mon sous Holier! anil John, o f beline
d»,
.... . Cathtarnet, Washington vvl.K Washington, »petti Wednesday
v\ If li as the guest» of Mr uml Mrs Ita)
« here she spent several day
friends
,
Olii
Mr and Mrs C C Haynaid hail
Silk die ses ure being closed out |
i4S i heir guests over the we-k
at prices extremely low at MlMdy's
Mr and Mrs Hugh Itihersteln
. "t . and the
.
eri,
marked cannot he duplicated L a d ie s W a t e r Proof
Caston Oregon
Mr and Mrs K 1 Hatlugh
in Col I land
«
,
H o u s e Aprons
Mis
Thomas
Islilster re c e iv e d ,
ila u*: " t 1 i and " r » ' » ' Mr"1 V \
C.ray and sons -pent Sutttrday and woul from her soil (lordon. who Is |
Sunday tit Seaside
navy that he left Sun
Kr,‘"
hlsl T a b l e O il Cloth, yd..
Mi » Myrna Yeomans of Corilatid (i|m,0 WotlneMilay. and wlll spt««d
l
i
d
was t he guosi of friend • in Sl
Ihlrlv day furloiigli in SI llelens
Mrs
Alidrew
Itasniusseii
and' C a n v a s Gloves
nns over the week oiul
Mr and Mr» li VI Itoyor arrived daughlor and Olaf F o i i l k of Astorln
... W • k Molli I* lion
Ml "tin. w,.|o Suntlay guosts of Mr and Mrs
f ,r a short n»tt with their niece. Il W Miller
Mrs Hasliiussen I» a
L a d ie s Bathing Suits 25'F
Mr» li
\ ('till and family
dsior and Mr Forvik a hrolhor of
:
Mr I on amiti ( Quam has ■.•** ner Mr* Miller
,.Ul.
Me
Small liulltn o. Wye
Harry lle-mett, lite liaiher I» hav S e w i n g Thread, per spool
vili,. Wi ooitsiii, who will ma!*' a Ing oxcavatton w..rk dune under bis
i wo weeks st.t* here before returning i.»Id e n c « on thè Strami for a base
lo her borne in Wisconsin
meni in wltlch wili ho Inslalled a La d ie s' Union Suits
Miss lloatrlco laike accompanied heallng plani for bis hotue and!
Mr and Mrs S V Hawkins to Sea l srtior shop
hi* s., onlay » b o t o -he will spend
\\ | Huth-rfoi'» sup* i III I eu don t Silk Th read, per spool
the remainder n( the summer
of thè Sl llelens schools reiurned
M
Klonu
..... on who has •he firsl of Ihe week frolli h.s suill-i
e.>n attending summer school at ilici . va. i.iion
ri"
ai rii. «mi. i.i K u te Kut Koveialls Sl 25
I .
...irl
ll
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Monmouth h.i* returned to Si llol
d up the greater
part of lilU
Ills U
vit­
t
o
f
t
h
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u
n
t
t
n
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t
r
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and .........................
iation. how ever. In study, having
A u ttu h fll»
Ih h ln ier.
M »KOK
I,. Ml a s' iith'll t III the sum.... . course,
m j
M u * i» » ! i
M u rton
jusi closed al the »tale university I
s Ol• M i s s F a r r i . *
Kl
M e n 's Union Suits, lung
in Kugelt*
i*.o i lu m i
h otel
S u t­
hurl son
Mi and Vlrs Kotiert HunnawaV of
sleeves
u rd a y a nd Sun il«*
Cmtlund visited Mr and Mi
John
K a vai « s ii
mu!
fa m ily .
•*<
IV
J
Southard .Tumi.»'
Mi
Ibtnuawav
I, .-i:
-.m i
K a l p l l . ..lo i
by
o l i i p a 1 !« d
vías formerly Miss l-aloHc Cease and
S e u l . le.
m o to r e .1 (o
Al
H u e a f d C»
I,as a number of a. iw.iltit.iio . in 44-inch Indian Head, p«
S easid e* rta u ra d ¿ y i, . r u f e w i l u y » m u )
Sl Helen* The couple were on their
yard
t th o o c e a n r euor
................... tour wl*ui they stopped
1 ..v id K u r c h a m
und
M r
a nd M r
In St Helen»
th e ir
hom e
in
l..!iu
.n u il y
e ft
fo r
L li Uutheiford returned tn St (JJ q s s T o w c l i l l P , per y i
tifilo li. California. Monday aft«'» •» felen Mimday after a several «lay*
7
vvi** k > visi' at tin* home oi Mr. anil tay in Spokane
Th«< weather itti
Mrs Alber- Bun-ham
the metropolis i#f t..e inland F.
G in g h a m s, 27-inch, 20c and!
Mr a nil Mis W i. Gold and Miss w
rather ti»rridt h«* said, and he
Draiices Golii reiurned Tuesday from was very glad to get back to St Hot-,
Jefferson. Oregon, when* they hai!
md
i. *v ti
cooii c ie«»•/•*# In terw oven Sox for Mes
Le mi to attend ilio annual picnic
of th<* Golunihiu
« ad rotini'»:; of tin Golii famil)
\\* I» Howell «Mime over from
J \\ Nelson a foi luer r«*sideut of F\»r«*st Grove Saturday evening to
W o r k Slurt
Yankton. died at t lie home of his
spend Sunday with the home f«dk*
daughter ill California on August
The stut<* highway cotnmlaslon Is «lo
:;rd Deceased lived in tho Yankton
ing a lot of road paving in that vi 8 4 or 72-inch Unbleachd
neighborhood for several years,
rlnlfy and N K Walker, How«*ll. Hill I
Have your car washed and polish
Sheeting, p?r yd.
Simmons. Harry Owens and Husaell
•d
Expert work, quick service and
Jones ali Sl Helens men, have the!
i »M «mahle prices
You wUl take
contract for furnishing the rock, and
moie pride in the car when it looks
L ad ies' Silk Lisle Huit,
clean
West Sitie Gai age, phone DO. re operating a quarry
Eyes that need glasncH are!
3 & 11
per pair
SOond!
entitled to specluiiit*'d effort ,
Mrs. Lenoni tapies and little
That*» why Dr
Thompson t
randdaugbtar Kvilene were here foi
lu* w . • ml. the guests o* Mr und devote» IPs entire tfnte thought a n d 1 Child ren's Hose
.25-1
effort to the examination of tile eye;
Mrs K D H Ine
Mrs Uaines went
and the fitting of Quality Glasses )
• » VuiM-niver* Washington, on S»;
Child ren's Kovrrall#
unlay to ho with her father when lie A tim«»!y ««xaniluatlon of your
iidei v. tH a serious operation, and may «ave you much trouble and
in the future. Consult him nlmut
ret urninii via r* Johns. brought her
your evo» next visit, Saturday. An
Men s W >rk Sit >es .....i
aunt to St Helens
The vlsit4>rs re
turned to St Johns on Tuesday at 13, Orcadia hotel ail day
no. hi
La d ie s' House Aprons
Mis Grace DoGraff and mother S T . H E L E N S G A R A G E
• t Portland were r»* em guests of
TO CH ANG E HANDS
♦
Mrs (Mara Miller
Miss De G raff who
a te.tcher in the Portland public
Th»» S» I ! • ' • • r. Gli.u«* will chrifige B í l t l l í f l g C 1|)S
o f the party who :t;n| oll »I |L* if ,^"i»ft tnf»i*r t'li'Sf
on Henry i ord’a H M Dar** of San IN« uo. ( ’ul forfila.
* gives . : : i'll crest ai «’ Xpert mii'hiniMt. wMI ho in charge Cotton Blankets
iiM-unt »I
le *«»;
and tho of »he shop, lie Invite» the people!
the arrival of Hit Sf Holen» and vicinity t«» com«
.ip Hi the < her *ide
Sii" and Mrs. ih" Kuri.KH iiut
F.tu.l«-' U. Stx Ln d ics’ V.’liiU’ Slippers 10'^
Id i m friends having .• tit<» w h irl
111 u dr*plorahl* r ■ . *
uo
toe school in I’orl- Hurt. Aft.*r lit* it., thoiouichly ini*r
V
nui.il Lep of years ago
haul...I III.' r a r **.
■Uhi Le c i d i ti­ Safety Fins, all ¡.ir«
Mr. J. W. V an Sat ta re have you «xaiuln. lt and decido If
• uriud Monday **vcniiig from Ash H-. w ork .1*. -. n o 1 Juatlfy your put-
j md, Orei»i»n. and < tlil’ornta points ro nagu lii 'ic il of i*ndlnrr tho work M e n ’s Overalls ........
¿’hey left St Helens several w • k- lo out of town tr.iriiKo*.
M
tiare
pn# in I heir t hevrolet aedan and wlll l.ritiK Willi litui un AMltU li!
-poni sonie time with relatives in NITIO N TK STK K and hi* l-now, how B o y s ’ Overalls, $1.35
Later they continued tile 10 U hi * II.
>
ou i u«y to « . 1 1 i f o r 11 1 a going to til«4
II., mire imi ratino and ulve thè
K ’in itf (»f Mt »JllUht a
Mr h . Van • I*‘tnoii*-t rat tuli *..r * thoriMi -h ex O u t in g Flannel, 27-u»ch.
slatta w ho drove th«? “ dan most of ¡.tnini.t sm hefi.re 't i overhaule.l and
per yard
..............
he lime> «a VH «ho f*xp*?rien«**cl no
-*• wli.-it Mr II i (¡in do for >..(i
rouble except tor Koni«* detours 11 mak*•-* n . differotice wlmt ntake of
. ii*-r>. paving work wi . h in proper.»»» • ir you ha ve nono aie t.»> lary.o or 36-irch Fercalr. Light andl
'tn the. «11 tiro trip of 1200 luih-s, lh«y :'i*i »Inali
Hati-*f,.i-thm I . In molto
»licln t l.uV" a imuctur. or <ar trout, ¡ilo! i Kuaral.l.H- r.ue» wltli Ili» work
Dark, per yard, -’5c
of any kind.
Advf
W I. (loin and family i turned
fir. and Mrs I.. t! Ko. « iuotore.1
recently Iront California and a'c
to 1'ortlaml Tuesday
*
Mts Henry Morgui visited friends again making their home in St H el­
*
ttt Scappoose Tuesday
ena.
M IS T M IS T IN G S
1 ' I. Wheeler left on a business
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hawkins left
the first of the week for Seaside
trip to San Francisco Mouda
* * * * * * * * * *
W It 'tillaid let for Seaside flat • where they will enjoy a few w < ks
Mrs Karth of Yankton return'd urduy where he will spend some time of sea breeze.
Quite a large delegation of mem
♦
. his cot tag*.
The stork \ (sited the home of Mr her* of the local Odd Fellows lodi;
spent a week.
ml V s A W I’ ett rson of Yankton went to 1’ortland Thur day night to
Krank Murk of Hubbard Orepon.
.... Wednesday. Vugust 3rd. and left witness degree ceremonies In Star
visited bis daughter. Mrs. Albert
I lodge of tliat city.
a fine baby girl.
Hurehum Friday.
Bargain
AUSTIN1
LIB E R TY T H E A T R E
i m u A t . H (.1 s i
M A R G U E R IT E
i \ s r i r i s o n i ' >i
CLARK
ih m
in " A L L
12
OF
A
PEGGY”
SUDDEN
t x > M i:in
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\ K .IS T
W IL L IA M S. HART in “JOHN P E T T IC O A T S "
Imagine
T. 11" H r fiesh front a lumber cutup landed plum In the tangles o f a
ladie.' lingerie business
*
In.agine the h- si bit > dancer in the .Sorti,west woods doing one steps In the proud
old mansions of New Orleans
*
Ima ait , William Man ;l a detective, lover, fighter, man all through
And that's
only part of the fun ,nd ppeal In this big. smashing picture.
FAT1Y
ARBUCKLE
in " C O N E Y
1 0 c - 2 5c
IS L A N D '
Sl' A 1» I V - M t l M U l . \l (.1 ST I I - l o i n
“ THE
I
VALLEY
Si.
m
OF
DOUBT”
of a (f i l l With a \\\ man's Soul
A Rom ance of the N o rth ern S n o w L a n d s
fh
----------A I,SO----------
A n o t h e r Toonerville C o m e d y — " T O O N E R V I L L E
"Screenland N e w s ”
F O L L IE S '
M a d e in O reg o n .
It >CI( S
1 .VslAr
I >I)C'S i Vlll.l.'s
it
i s:> w —\ y k i » \ f . s i >.\ y . u (it sp l u - r III
A N I L A S I E W A R T in " T H E F I G H T I N G S H E P H E R D E S S ”
The t ig open range, il -m i ate. hard riding, merciless cattlemen w ho recognize no
sex in
t ir . ¡torts to dr.ve Kate and tier flocks from their domain
They seek her
life, he: good name aid bar her way to love— hut she tight» alone, and wins her
battle with man'» weapons, hut not in man's way.
III \ II v\
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(o V IillY
I n i KSD VV . VI (.1 S T IMTH
ROBERT
W A R W IC K
in ' J A C K
STRAW'
S( I MI
CCM Fl V
They Are Coming—Watch for Them
THE
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NORTHW EST
MOUNTED
P O L IC E
IN
m
PERSON
1C S T O R E S
16 S T O R E S
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t remendously Important Facts
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U
N E M P L O Y M E N T , lowering of value ol farm and manufactured products, loss
of business confidence, high taxes, high rentals, these and many other conditions
have b r o u g h t about situations that vitally effect everyone. It might Le called a "1 r a i n ­
less A g e ” through which w e are passing,
» h e greatest care in the handling oi iamily
and individual finance should be used n o w
20th
Century
methods
are
individual.
T h e y are alone in the fact that t'.ie 20th Cen tury is the only institution of any import­
ance in this section that have priced all their g o o d s on an F .O .B . store basis. N o uess-
Eacn and
M e n ’s W o r k Sox. Black
This, in our mind, is the fair way
and B row n ..............
i.ng is ever done about adding cost of delivery service or charge service.
e v e ry dollar spent at these stores buys merchandise.
to cash buyers.
yu ick
SATURDAY WE OFFER:
Ivory S jap , 8
nt -. 10 l> n r > .............. 75c
Loked b e a n s ; small cans
1 f e i n z d e liri*
10c. ;iH'*liitm
n 15c, large c a n . . . .
25c
I till ('r e a m Cheese, p o u n d ................. 25c
M e n ’s Neck Ties .25*>
1.00, and
S y ru p — W h i t e
Rose, Cane
"id < .rn
Syrup, nicely flavored, 5 lb p. ¡' 4 8 Ci
10 lb. pails ..........................................
t ry-tal
size
80c
W hite S oap Flakes, tin !,*•■ J5e
......................................................... 25c
II Il»s. Fancy W h ite P o t a t o e s ........... 25c
f e d e r a l * r D a rim a de Milk, tall cans 10c,
Baisy
*
Federal
Milk
............................. 6c
B o y d Mason C a p s or Econom y Caps. 28c
do/., 2 d o z ............................................... 5 5 C
Ottart can of W e s s o n O il ........
53c
tcoyal B a k in „ Pow*ler, <> <•/. cans 20c, 12
oz
can 3Jc,
2 1.. 11». can
$1.15,
lb.
c a n ......................................................... $2.25
7
ars
.| )
oi
L e n o x i*»r ......................................... 25c
R oyal
W h ite
«* bars
Pure
.*
it ,v • , ttiMe W h i t e Soap
<*r W h i t e
W onder
Soap,
..................................................... 25c
Bulk Cocoa, 2 lh>.........................25c
20TH C E N T U R Y
C o m b H o n e y , s e c t i o n ........................... 38c
Full
15-oz. package
Royal Club S<*. ded
Kaisins ..................................................... 20c
tAuscat Raisins, pound .........................20c
N u r a y a Te a , %
lb .................................. 25c
1 olgcrs G olden G ate Coffee, 2
ih
08c
C O F F E E — If von feel g ru m p y or out of sorts, one good and reli­
able cure is a cup of C< > F F E E .
T h e r e i» nothing better than this 20th ( enturv ( oifee
iresh roasted, fresh ground, and 35c II»., 3 lh s ................................................................ $1.00
Stores are conveniently located— the St. H e le n s
Store
on the Strand.
in the
W e llin g t o n
W h ite Shoe P » ^
Building,
.............. .
Mi.4t» r Ahhott w liais thf» spivd cop Ile WH> I speli I like limi r> alt J.»K
Is g«H a n»»w par«* of pant» His old ruffy l>ett«*r cuinyhow.
L ad ies' Vests, all
purr? w il h worried to tlctli that Um*
jivq clanh
w^'ti h«* i II C#n fruiri his in«»i«*r
MÌHf**r un M ìhm *‘ m Tliornpaon what .
if kb? cm D «* rod«* whr*n h»? wuh f«?»i a ii s tip fi# iMirtland fo «*. 311111 r«*
in a Kp«*cl rn* t»*r Nohuddy wuh hurt 'a hun« i back honi«« ageii tliank III«* Barefoot Sandals, J' 25'
je»H his punti«
lurd Mister I hompson h »* cì
$1.35 and ...............
jirq d.^.1*
jini dash
Mi'sif -r DII lare! w h.it m U h ?
h»w-
Thü r«? i* 200 cloys jj, fj]|. roqnfy
•?r in Ih»* world tuy M«»th«*r ned uh ! M e n 's W o r k Ua*s
’ . h i t Hint EOI no i i H * ■ n ,S • ? ti# I)«? dog*
• J what w ((«‘putty ni«? j« 4 now (b ’orge whata thè m ailer
■ ’ ' • M H an i •••! noihmli H ifi«»
-li ritf in fh«? jai«* The rent is got
mattar witli il an i d » * * n h«* •> I well M e n 's Cap". $l -50, t20*!
lisr»n.H«*s he si #I.
>oti ari Mortori look np fora hil 11
J » rii «lash
pag«*:. last w«*»»k lo teli how lo rtlli
and
Mi t«*r Spent ««i what wuh wun «»f Hi«» «Miy of Se;ipp<M) «• ho w | i «» ii I rumi
t lie* i rilsle«
lu f It«* j . 11 #• yof In« leg l>si<*le lo Ihf» office j " hh now I ani
hrok«* when hi* wiih v I hí t In sum Mister Mortori a boni it ari I»»* »«»d R ed Seal R u b b er Baby
I rond» up in Srapp<*<»Hr? an now h»? is w»*ll von (eli Minier Dillard when
bants, washable •••
hack a g«*n Mi «r Hallagh what» you H'*** bini a g«*n I hai Ihem fo ie
Mi«* mayor **«l ll atn what h«‘ got for lu'i'en ìm golfi lo pay >«»ur wag«*» fot
yoin a way without gl viti his for a yner an inayhe more *o I will May-j
ward in a cires to M ihmt Grave,«
Deline#«*;
h‘* ih** rheef ìh golfi to r,i/.»i no* wlch September
Jim da »h
l hop** li«? d«*e» canne h«» K#*d when
M M " r Hurry li«»nrult wlu.i» the I «'tini lo work he wood raso ni«? fo Needle Art Book, * * *
1 ""I'' "
'
(J.l-ll ,-tlHl.., tlly $ fiv«? dollern a ninnili if I g*»l Iota
sh<r
fotlu-r »< (1 Is join t*. put up ¡i new of freali now» My wagea I m $ a cbdle. Quarterly are if.
art
a
haff
a
we#?k
now,
ino in hl» «Imp h>- . *) un I ,lHi him
in 8"
the n ew style*
jirq darli
svimi wood it »ay an ho se.l |t w m
Mister Watt» an M.nler Wlsl friim
■ j - vuu «row them m I will mow
Patterns with th«
appoo ♦? wiis lo Portland li* •■«■«• in
Ik' ti*
He binons your Wht .kers
' vrythlnk all réte a bolli Ih«* a|»«*ed
jtnt dash
la ah in Scappo«»-«? wlch they are »No
Itortor Ufi
-il lo m». yestiddy budeiy ever g#*tH rtiiineil «»ver flirt re !
fieorxo I dont see your .pellín mäkln
liti; danti
* 1
ta tM .m i
You doni haff to nave dollerw Mla-i
‘"•'l * • * ! e * r j dm«! . i,.-n i « „ m »<, t«*r MI leu ami up to fhe batik I g«>:
'ook up ;. word how to poll
|„ th*
a bunk a colini up tharc wbat» my
dlckahutiary Mister Morton lie p,
wageH evry w«» k ari Mlafer Mlloa ami)
ubiti it an ennyl.ow tf you dont no to no* whfn I wuh piiltin II In thèi
how to spell it you .oo.lnt find It in l>ank George if you lake rare o f th«* |
the diekshunary. Itoetor Ko . i« |,ed porinlo» thè dollern wood lak«* care
<»f the «knie» an I dont K. » he llk.s
of Iil«'IIIB»df h so I wlll.
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