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T H E ST. HELENS MIST. FR ID A Y . SEPTEMBER 2. 1921
Mrs Purkey th«' mother of I
been during the fishing season.
The; s««ein well ;«l««.i««•'
A. W Thomas and family started Purkey.
for Salem Monday, where they ex will! our Utile neighborhood
The parly given at Mr Bull i'-'1
port lo slay during the hop picking
unlay evening In honor •>!
Mrs Lampa and Bert came home Mrs Thurman JelTei a s «
from Tillamook SuturilHV afternoon,
where they have been camping for present and Ilio merry mukcig -l"F
not cease until the wee small hours
nearly two weeks
Mrs Ray Turiteli and Master Earl iof the morning
The director» are having unite a
spent eevernl days in St Johns vis
Ilot of necessari work don.« at <h"
The rooms are >>’¡lit
Mrs. Dave t’ aglo had as visitors school housi
I !"* fi:'
tills week her mother. Mrs L II I calci mined and cleaned
llusclike of Sutsop, Wasli . and hei nine. which ha-« given ...................
sister. Mrs Harry Hinton, of Ever several years. is being pul in good
I condition and a well lias been dus
Mr and Mm. Morris ami sons and ! near the school lion*«-
Mrs. Prkey, all >f Kent Wasli
are visitors at the J W i’ urkey ! board should be highly rom'-l tell
Mrs Morris is a sisier and ed on the work ilu-v arc « I <1 nt
New Dress Goods
î Our Boy Reporter :
Mrs J T Martin was a week-end
visitor In Portland.
Mo and my fothor an
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dalton spenl
my Mother and my kid bruthor wus
Wednesday In Portland
Harold Beaver was a business vis up to the Liberty Sattidy nite an wo
seen Farry R. Buckle in the $ dollar
Itor In Portland Monday
a yeer man an he wus crazy with
Mrs J K. Hobbs and son Richard the heet. He thought he wus a de-
spent Sunday In Portland.
tecktiff and wus join a round all the
Sherman Miles was a business time trvin to make people by sop«1
visitor In Eusene Wednesday.
wlch he made an also he had a Ion
Miss Lavella Aulthouae of Seaside dry what niado everytlnk sni’ ll
sweet. He got the villuu ennvhow
Is a guest of Mrs J F Johnjnn
Mr* H. R Hudson and Mrs I.evlry In the end. G I lafTed an my fotI:«r
loffed but my bru.her lie criile when
were Portland shoppers Frldav.
they wus chusin batty throev the
Tom Ktblan. who is visiting In As house an he nocked u man in the
toria. is expected home Monday
Miss Minnie Ellis, of Ranter, was
a week-end guest at the A. T. Kiblan
Edna Lynch is gone to Berkeley
to spend the wlner with her sister
Mrs M. Rieen returned to St. Hel
ens Friday after a week's outing at got the biggest collidge in tho world
jthare but l dont gess Edna will go
Mrs. Alice Trow, of Rainier, was cause she nose enufT cdgacasliun
the guest of her sister, Mr*. A. F |ennvhow less she takes domestick
silunce to get mar.-id
Mrs A A Heist and little son. of
Fare an warmer. Sundy I was
Astoria, are visiting Mrs Heist's fa suck frum eating two much water
H AVE YOU EVER ENJOYED TH E PLEAS
ther. John Phillip
melons. Doctor Ross v. ich my fo’ her
Mrs. S. A. Hawkins went to Sea had for me s'M my stummick only-
OF TRAD IN G AT A TW EN TIETH CEN
side Sunday morning for a week's holds two pints an he s*»d George
visit with relatives.
the next time you get mixed up with
T U R Y GROCERY STO RE ? IF NOT, YOU CER
Mrs. A T Kiblan and daughter- a water melon nometnbor you bette.
T A IN L Y H AVE MISSED SOMETHING AS WE
Lavinia and Rose were Portland get a shoe horn if you are goin to
eat it all so you cood get it in your
A L W A Y S AIM TO PLEASE BY COURTEOUS
Mr. and M«-s. J F. Johnson re stummick and then he lafTed at me
TR EA TM EN T. AND. REGARDING PRICES. YOU
turned home Monday from a week
cuvvered in Africka an they grode
end sojourn at Seaside
on cucurbitaceous vinos the dlck-
CANNOT H ELP BUT BE CONVINCED IF YOU
Mrs Harold Beaver and family shunary sed whut 1 red wile I wus
have returned to St Helens after a sick for two days an nites from Sun
W IL L T A K E A M OM ENT'S TIM E TO READ THE
six weeks' visit in Seaside.
FO LLO W IN G .
Mrs. Eugene Blakesley was hostess
at a dinner party Thursday evening
I ast Judge Godfrey was he goin
in honor of Mrs. A. F. Barnett.
to hold cort on the street agen to-
Mrs. Roy Gill and daughter Mary morrer nite ar.d he sed well 1 dont
Ellen returned Wednesday from a no George how cheef Potter Is got
W O OLEN G O O D S
week’s visit with relatives in Port things lined but I gess tha n wood
bo Jess the same bunch of Satiddy
Medium or small Pearl Tapioca, four pounds........ 25c
Mr and Mrs. J H Markorth and nfcte boot leg biters on the tshootra.
famly of Portland were the guests Sum times they get jackass brandy
of Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Nauman also he sed Judi;-e Gorfrey sed an .
M. J. B. Tree Tea, Ceylon or Japan, 1 .¡lb. pkg. 26c
ast him ware did they get it an he
Mrs. C. D. Sutherland was hostess
at a charming afternoon afTair Thurs they get if we wood go get it heforo
White Wonder Soap, six bars fo r ............................. 25c
day in honor of Mrs. Frank Miles, ot they cood get it an get rested but
v.e dont no cause the boot leg gents
dont tell us ware they hang out.
Mrs. Joseph Schultz left Thursday
for her home in Salem, after a week's
All the new colors
Its a bout time for Mister Sher
visit as the guest of Mr. and Mr«. man Miles to go to the city agen I
Normanna Brand Imported Fish Balls,............. 20c can
A. E. Wickert.
gess cause I ast him did ho no sum
Old Dutch Cleanser, 5 for 49c, limit 5 to a customer
Mrs. C. L vVhheler ard son and fresh news this week an he ser I
Mrs. Mary Myers returned to St. dont no nothin George cause I been
Helens Monday after a six weeks workin hard an atvit pade t“ iiahun
Finest of Shredded Cocoanut............................... 18c lb
to nothin so I dont no nothin. Th ■
vacation at Seaside.
During the latter part of last week cheef sed evdy time Mister Miles
Pickling Spice, that popular Golden West kind,
Dr and Mrs. L. G. Ross had as their works hard he hass to go to the city
guests Lawrence Antram and H. L. to foregt a bout it so I gess he is
cartons, two cartons ................................................. 15c
Youtz, of Alliance. 4hio.
Mrs. L. R. Rutherford will enter
Edwards Dependable Coffee, 1 lb. can 39c, 3lb. can $ 1.1
tain this afternoon In honor of Mrs.
A. F. Barnett, who will soon leave on of the First nashunal bank ast m»
am I savin my wages evdy week an
a trip to England and Italy.
1 told him a wus savin sum of It an
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Watkins and be sed well the more you save the
Corned Beef, 12 oz. can 18c each ................. 2 for 35c
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Isbister motored sooner you will be able to go in biz-
to Seaside Saturday for a week-end nese an by a paper whats your owi
outing, returning home Monday.
so I gess I will causj when I get old
Rev. Frank James and family enulT to by a paper an run it by my
have returned to their homo in Dal self Moster Morton wont be workin
las after spending two weeks at the no more I gess less he me» wlch
5 lb. can ..................................................................... $1.05
home of Mr and M.s. Chas Thomp hope he dont till he gets redd.v for it
Full Cream Cheese .............................
Dt. and Mrs. S. H. Russ. 11 left
Edrie LeBare is goin to Portland
Thursday for Benton county and a gen I ge*« pretty soon cause I hurd
Fancy small White Beans............................... 4 lbs. 25c
will spend the week end on their her tellin sumuddy up the street sh*>
ranch which is a short distance from was a bout reddy to vanish.
Federal Milk, can ....................................................... 10c
YAN K TO N
MrsL Mary E Christie, accompan
Carnation Milk, c a n ................................................... 12c
ied by her sons, Harry and Ralph,
Our school starts next Monday.
returned Wednesday to her horcn in
Mr W. W. Davis and J W Pur-
Ghirardellis Ground Chocolate, 11 lb. can 29c; 3's 85c
Astoria after a two weeks visit with key were Portland visitors Wednes
her mother and St. Helens friends day.
Mrs. Bertha Woods wishes to an
Mrs. Myrtle Fling, of Mavgor.
nounce her fall term in music begins sipent several days at the homo of
W E CLOSE LABOR DAY
Saturday, Sept. 10th. Friday and her sister, Mrs. O. E. Larson.
T H K S T O R K S A U K SO t O N V K M K N T L V U K . A T K I I ,
Ol U ST.
Saturday of each week Mrs Woods
Mr and Mrs. Jacob Johnston and
will be at the residence of Mra. Mc- Miss Lois are spending a few days
ItK L K N S S T O R K IS IN T H K W K M . I M . T O N III I I . D I M , ,
37 2» camping at Spirit Li ke, Washington
ON T H K S T R A N D .
Mr .O E. Le.rson came home
Mix and Mrs. Elmer Higgens. of
Tualitln, were guests of Mr and Mrs
Robert Farley Sunday. Mr and Mrs.
Higgins were formerly residents ol
St Helens and have many friends
Mrs. J S. Bothwell left Tuesday!
for Portland to spend several days
with friends from San Diego Cali
fornia. who have been touring the
Oregon country and are in Portland
for a short visit.
Mrs. Arthur Mace entertained a [
SUNDAY. M ONDAY. SEPT. 4-5
few friends at luncheon Thuisday
Those present weio Mrs.
Benj. Quam. Miss Sarah Rutlin. Miss
Nadine Mace, Mis» Naomi Chittum
and Mrs H. Beaver.
SHE SURE W AS A H IT W IT H MEN
The *tork presented Mr. and Mrs. C. W. I
r.v «him«. hull. ,,i" 1 »"'••«k it rh l», * »n il i ..M i.« I,«.I M akrd hrri
• 1 » lin In lli.-lr rmiriiiK
Phillips with a baby daughter Saturday morn
ing, and not wi-hiogia «how any partiality!
- w ,.f '•••-!
pul ' r>1 inn, «The. l imn.-
H„- \ I'lrH irril »\ltti nil Hi.- lu re itm l llr.« Mi*-'
continued the good work by calling on Mr.
Mrs, Alfred George Monday afternoon and :
t/-- loonerviIle Comedy: “SKIPPER HAS HIS F L IN G ”
leaving in their care a haby daughter.
Mayor Ballagh motored over to
Westport, Washington. Tuesday and
and his all new
returned yesterday to bring with Mm
TU ESDAY, W ED N ESD AY. SEPT. 6-7
Mrs Ballagh and children who h-iv«- .
been spending a few « -eeks v ith Mrs !
Ballagh's parents Mr end Mrs Frank
On August 20th. at Kalama Wash '
O Y D IN “ I DO"
Ington, Miss Ivalo Tracy was unite.!
What more could you wish for all in one evening?
In marriage to Clyde Davis of Ra
nler. The co'iple will reside in Ra
nier. The bride’s home was 1» Co
lumbia City and she Is a cousin of
Mrs. Roy Stewart of this city.
TH URSDAY, FRID AY, SEPT. 8 9
Willard Howell entertained a
number of young people at his
home Friday evening The affair was
In the nature of a fudge party and
on on* plant* liiV'lii • m ' i *,'
»i'li i iilton*. lie IniaKln.d «Jhlrkemi *srew
with a Hf|uuwk
Wl,h it poultry f»rm »nil saw Ills money explri«
card games were played during the
The party was given in
Hut he mel IfKfr »nil ... ....
honor of Miss Myrtle Young. v,li.
pair «.f pant« to » inorlM*. »hen ' * " ' ,,,* n ,a ,'kllnK “ "d
feed In* hi* 1**1
is a guest at the home of Mr anil
Mrs J W. Alkln.
laid him a Htrlrtly n .
•'•""•r«1» ' Old llidily Fortune hail
Upon recent Investigation
-CO M LDY_________ __
R E V IE W
I it has been four..I ■ ■ , •
pr rent o f the eiIn nalit
and insanity o f the United States is
SATURDAY, SEPT. 10
due to eye strain and could be don«-
away with by having the eyes looked |
after in youth.
TO T H E LADIES OF ST. HELENS
The trouble usually begins In j
H hiverln* » I I I . il.H lls sl.rl.-k In»
*""1 ' r.x.k s and Ih.- s p irila o f lo v e und fu n .
school. Are you giving your child
Oli Muturil»)' a ftom oon ut 2 30 p. m. Miirilor-k » i l i ziv r »
a fair chance? Have Dr Thompson
I»l Mutine.« fnr Indie» only ut whleh tlm«« »11 <|u.-*tions submlttrd
ARBUCKLE COM FDY
give hi* eyes e thorough examination I
»III he unsu.-r.-il. Ir you ulsli lo kno«v Ihe trulli yoti musi nsk
now, which may save him much care
Murdo.k t» solve yonr Irmlde*.
and trouble in the future. Orcadiai
NOTK! f.irls under 1« noi »dn.il t.-.l I n thè Nix-eial Matinee.
Hotel, Tuesday, Sept. 13, all day.
20th Century Stores
A T LAST the new Dress Goods
have arrived, and are now on
display. And we can assure you that
you’ll be delighted wi4h the fine fab
rics you will find here—the beauty of
the colorings and texture of materials.
Just a few of the many on display—
We Offer for Saturday
You arc invited to inspect this splen
did showing of beauty in dress goods.
iV I J S S T I I S ’ H
HE HAS ALL ST. HELENS
U R D O C K
DOROTHY DAL I ON in “ The Idol of the North"
‘The Man W hoKnow s’
$50,000 Show of
CHARLES RAY in “ Hoiner Comes H o m e ’
DOUGLAS MacLEAN in “ Chickens”
' ! he ,0 h c s '
" ,e b a r r e l"