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T H E ST. H E L E N S M IST. F R I D A Y . S E P T E M B E R 2. to?!.
noise rendered was any indication.
ID ail. Wallow a .
building up the foundaHon for tl
Mrs. Steve LaUlpu and son llert
'exposition organization was done lo Wasco; \ C
have been spending „overal weeks at
t ho people o f Portland, but us son ■ I, Sieiw or, W he her. and F C \p
tho Tillamook beaches.
. . . C o n g r e s s passed the bill author p e r s o n , Y a m h i l l
during Uit» rurwiii
izing tho exposition and il was sign
of Mayger, Oregon, were visiting
oliHiriMi'ii ef Ui • lii*,,ny
A large delegation o f members of Mis o E Larson Friday md Sat- od by President Harding, thus gl\ loan com milt ms » f 11 : » • i t* r sM,,l,v‘’
ing the exposition tho governmental
.he W. W O. from here »pent Satur u ¡day
recognition which insured iti su. 1 iiuiities
day evening in a „ open air Initiation
Our Sunday school attendance has cess. Governor Oicott acted upon a
In adilit ion to 1 ht» ll»OVO list of
of members at the Woodman camp fallen off considerably during the
delegati'- th er' will ht* f lire« i t»r>-
They were headed b' summer months hut as fall weather predetermined plan to have some of
( »H’U imi
sentali- '« i*f
O A. Erickson and Haymond Harris comes and the out of doors is not the host brains in ,he state g.'t lo
f h< Karin
Chamber of i'-eue.n re*«»
and returned home Sunday mornin : so alluring we hope to see the fa .tether and put in effect an efficient
the St .ft» (Iran «t», U h *
cooperative plan which would pro ers’ t’ 1 1 loll
about 2 a- m. Ray drove slowly ow miliar faces with us again
vide the flnanc s necessary for tin Taxpayers' l.eaer.e .Miti (ho l 'titilli >
ing to an experience he had on the
Every one is getting ready for successful building up on tho expo J liti es' Issu i 11 i -m
lower highway a few weeks back.
«MU ral ol • Iriuaii
Julias L Meli r
A building boom ha* been in vogu > completed,
the school house has
in Warren for tlie past few months been thoroughly cleaned and palm
T h e meeting of September s will if the ex posit luti am tha act ina
S. W. Dahlgren put up a new house ed. the furnace repaired and there determine the tl mnclal scope of ih It i.ir-I of 1 *1 re- ’ el •
v.ith» al thf
lie was followed by W. E Hilt >n is plenty o f good diy wood for win ! exposition and the best no alls to Governo» D liii"
The Swedish Lutheran pasronagt. ter.
raising the money; it doubtless will . 1 " sinus of I h ' - l i -
\V II «Il
Charles Johnson, Charley Johnson.
provide a means b> Mr Meier it- 1 In
Several of our young people will endeavor
tort alii III ' n in' - n
Ernest Rvlander, with a new b a n , attend high school in St Helens this which every hamlet, village,
and now under course of eonstrue- year. Anion;: them. HalUo Sohresk
and city In the stufe will have It O r which -a r two li h ti tl i «*d (Wt'IW
- III In laid.
ti n are now houses by Ole Mirke1 EMiql Jefferies
Ethel part in the exposition, that ever-
section of the state may he ropre
son. J W. Haggquist, Teddy Hers j Koto hum and Thelma Kolihincite
On the other hand
son ted in the undertaking, the great
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Lou Fuzzy is taking down Warren »
est movement in the history of Ore
gon for th ■ cementing of the Inter
old landmark, the Macon house
J a m D n o u . o f N n r b t r i , hr
D E L E G A T E S M E E T osts o f tlie state in a grand plan for
ther of Henry E. Duncan, has been
SALEM Aug. 23 Oregon's 1925 , itH exploitation
spending a few days here
Tho representatives of the various
¡exposition will he given its state
Tile Slaven boys, former residents wide signiflcance, who. a conference counties, as appointed by the gov
of Warren, passed through here on o f representatives of every county it. ormiti, follow:
Saturday with a nice four-point buck the state will lie hell in the Mult
T. G Moutgomerv. Maker: A J 1
nomah Ho el in 1 inland on Se;> Jchnson, Menton: D C I.. 'olire te i
Floyd Duncar. has returned after tember S. Governor Oicott has re
Clackamas; O \V Sanborn, Clatsop.
a month’s sojourn in Portland.
verted back to the war days in the S ('
Co' uni Ida. Dorso. '
Mrs J P. H“ dv.all is spending a selection of the committee believing
few days with friends in West per. that those leaders in each county
C r o o k ; W A Wood. Curry; S C
Tho late potato crop has promise who so successfully served to ph.ee
Hud •• . Dourhute-.:
of very little over, if equal to half a Oregon to the forefront in all Lib
Judge Parker. ( Milani
Early potatoes are about a erty Loan and other war
uhi. Grant: James Don an '
50 per cent yield and potatoes prom would be best adapted
'■•rimy. Thurman Mutler. Hood Rlv
ise to be in much demand this sea ways and meant for ftaanclug the e ; C H Cates. Jackson: Howard
son. Prices aro advancing steadih great Oregon exposition.
V Turner Jefferr. m; Georg C S
An ice cream social was given by tion to calling for the coop-‘ratlin
i Mu. Jo ephin >; M"tt Hull Klamp.lh.j
members of tho Swedish
Lutheran of the v.ar leaders in each count}'. F M M Ile . Cale I. I. Goodrich
church on Friday evening. A pleas | he Governor has increased
tin Lane; Edward Abbey, 1 incolli; Ed
ant time was enjoyed by a iarg- number of counsellors at the meet
ward Cuaick, Linn; J 1* Mlackahy
ing by requesting several s t a t e wide Ma'i ear; Frank Deck -ha.'k. Marion.
complete l organizations to se al thr .* ,¡.*1 'ate
W p Mahoney. Marion; E ( ’ . Kirk
threshing for this season. The aver I each.
W. u. Ragsdale
age for wheat is about 35 bushel j
All of the preliminary work Iv i 'mattila: A T. Hill. Union ; Georg
Oats produced about 7d
A T PRICES TO SUIT
bushels per acre
Use Sanitary Fixtures
T*FI^ I h‘*ve ,rnny new i,anit,*rV fixtures in
1 U Stock for your lath room. Look over
out stock of plumbing and heating ^ood*.
Yi o will be convinced.
T he Flumber
IIE H I T T III.DO.
HT. IIK lfc x g
DEER IS LA N D
Mrs. Johanna Johnston and Mrs.
Monroe, of Portland, have been vis
iting the past week with Mr. and
Mrs F. A. Colvin and Mrs. Arm
Mr and Mrs. Albert Butterfield.
Jr., of Portland, are visiting at Hill-
crest, the country home of their
Miss Irene Holce Is visiting with
her grandmother, sirs. Parmer, at
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nephew, of
Kelso.- Washington, have taken up
their residence in Deor Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Kunz, of Yoncalla.
Oregon, have moved into the Loyd
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Connell and
son were Deer Island visitors Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nichols, of
Portland visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. W. H Baty.
California, is visiting with Mrs. Hilgu
Freeman tho past week.
Mr and Mrs.
Harry Kyle, of
Paulsho. Washington, are
with Mrs. Kyle's mother and bro- j
ther. the Freemana
Mrs. W. H.
house and all furniture and clothes ;
by fire Tuesday at 5 a. m. He had
just started the fire ana gone to the|
barn to milk when scon after he dis
covered the house all ablaze. It was |
probably caused by a defective flue
Deer Island Live Stock Co. Is hay- |
Ing in earnest this week
Mrs. Albert Adams was a Portland
Mrs 8 ‘ annan Shafer left for Sea
side Monday to be gone several days
Mr. and Mrs. Shane, of Portland, j
visited with Mrs. A. Adams Sunday
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Mr. and Mrs. t'arl
children, of Midway. Washington
were visitors at the Amato horn" I
Mr. Arthur Brosco. of Ranler 1
spent Sunday at the Amato home.
Mrs. A. Seifert and Francis Seif-wt
were visiting with Mrs. Viola Stan-i
Mr J Darling was a Clatskani.i
Mrs. Jennie Olson and sister, Miss
Nettie Benson, o f Portland, are vis
iting their parents, fir. and Mrs <;.
Tom Johnson and Lon
have purchased Die Baxtrom farm.
Mr and M rs Fred Itanlelson a m
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Carlson mo
tered to Warren and visited with
Dr and Mrs It. T Beals and sons
H-'hby and Busier, of Tillamook.
and Mr. and Mrs. Tahl, of Mohlcr.
motored up and spend Sunday vis
iting at the Boats home.
Mrs. J. Dowling left fer Portland
Tu'-sday. She will combine pleasure
Arthur Hulhouser and Mrs. E r
nest Wood, of
Janie» Patty, o f
visiting at the Stanley home Satur
Miss Inez Boa Is left on Monday
for Tillamook where she will attend
the Tillamook high school.
S! eriff Wellington and District
Attorney J F. Foote were visitors
In Reuben Thu-sday.
Mrs J F. Em-rson, of Mayger.
Oregon, Is visiting with her daugh
ter Mr«.. C. T. Rnnihalsky this we»k
( V e i l Emerson. o f Portland, visit
ed his sister. Mr:; C T. Rambalskv
Mrs Sieve Cantwell was a Port-
l.'intl visitor Tuesday
William Tuppln, o f Oklahoma, ar
rived here Tuesday evening to visit
with his uelce, Mrs. Steve Cantwell
They have not seen each other f ,r
Louise Larson. who has been v i -
Iting her aunt, Mrs. Theo Fllnk at
Mayger, returned home Friday.
The “ Shower” given Mr and Mrs
Thurman Jefferies last Saturday at
Mr. Bull’s residence must havo been
a great success if the amount of
Men’s All-Wool Suits
$35.00 to $60.00
Our cold storage plant and
the sanitary methods employed enable us to supply the
IN S PE C T IO N
On Kasy Term*
— U n t i l »»i i n , i l i » . il It
a l l M i n i a r « I i h , li t i s i n . u l r l I n o
FALL STYLES HAVE JUST
trade with fresh meats and vegetables at all times.
( n o i lH>lt<»«h.
Ititi«* M i r « « » f o p a n i l \ K r e o n *
« »I« I
St. Helens Hardware Co.
U M il
HI V I . I D
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I T v - U - I N I ’H
ON K N
Boys’ High School Suits
$30.00 to $35.00
You will find only the highest quality Groceries,
Fresh and Cured Meats.
" ! hry Stay Satisfactory”
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H I H l I It
H T O llK ”
THE TAIL OR
Why Is ît
that our bank does not make a practice of discour
aging a small depositor from opening an account
here— no matter how small the first deposit?
W e Believe
in the “little" depositor. The account that starts
s mall is bound to grow, and before long become:,
a naying account for the bank and a financial safe
guard to the thoughtful depositor.
Start your account now— size does not mat
ter, for it will grow.
First National Bank
ST. HELENS, «IRE.
« ’HAS. G G A I I I M . President.
Havings -tieI ( ’lie. king An-inint*
Monday, September 5th
CHILDS. ( ..shier
Safety Drpesit Duxes
p C i l G O L days will soon be with t. again and the bey and gill
must he newlv out-
f o r .the
»y. This store was never better prepared to supply the
v .. hks <1 pupil ., it- in the tiniest tot in the prii- . t y grade to the senior in high school.
S C H O O L S U IT S
\ \ t- .’ire show ing an exceptional line of W o o l am i
1 " " s
;l * i’ " bo)
$8.00 to $15.00
M ID D Y DRESSES
i t r the girls v, have soni»
.1 \ lisfi M ithly I Ires e ,, made np
. L i /
a linen crash ami washable,
in sizes from (. to 14 I’m | ,,t
H O SIE R Y
bie youngster going lit
school nothing better can be
tomnl than Muster liiown hos-
Ml si/, « in stoek.
B'yys’ Shoe-, I uilt I"
1 )urab!e ami hi v lisli.
priées ranging from
$3.50 to $6.50
P E Q U O T S H E E T IN G
• : ' ! ing extra Omi m sheeting at retluerd prices. I he lad'«*
1,1 lU’d I" look thi lim- over. Nothing better for the money.
PE N D L E T O N , O REGO N
S E P T E M B E R , 22, 23, 24, 1921
In thp whole Worl d th^re ra no con
test so intensely exciting, an 1 with
more thrilling and spelta« ular cli
ma**1' than tli»* r i i t i g of 'v «itlaw”
broncho« by cowboys and cowgirls.
7 2 x 0 0 ........................................................................... $2.00
plant it \ of sheeting and pillow *h|>- ‘,l
75c per yard.
Those contests, also the wild hors**
rar*-«. w ild strrr roping and bulldog
ging, Indian dances and pow wows
■re all that remain of the young,
wild, vigorous, yet I*. .Me West
GET F A R E S ANI> P A R T I C U L A R S FROM A G E N T O-W. R. R. At N
W M . M c M I J R R A Y , General Passenger Agent,
FU R N ISH IN G S
CLO TH IN G