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T H E ST. H E L E N S M IS T . F R I D A Y . S E P T E M B E R 23. ITU
U'hurter No. 10.002
U«»$w‘rvo IllHtrU't No
of ilu» C' oik II i ion of tl»«%
F I R S T N A T I O N A L HANK
I At Scappoose. in the State of Oregon, ut the close of hustn«■■■ ■ on Sept< in
her 6. 1*21.
ItK M O l ICCKN
Use Sanitary Fixtures
^t|t|E have many new unitary fixtures m
55* stock tor your bath room.
our stock of plumbing ami heating goods
You will be convinced.
1. u lam ns and discounts. Including rediscounts.
(except those shown in h aud c .........
f 1 29.398 |6
1,315. t l
with no delays or
DEER IS L A N D
Overdrafts, secured, none, unsecured.......
T. S. Gel eminent see lull let* owned
When twenty young folks taki
(H w p I v u I too late (or lust week i
Deposited to secure circulation (T
Mr». Etl Fllppln. o( t'lutakanie. their bag and baggage and leave the
bonds par value) ...............................
visited with friends In Peer Island town all in one week, there is a
I). All other t inted States Government Sec II-
l lie Plumber
■eeltug that something is missing
Miss Sdna Met' nnell. of Seaside These who are leaving for college
H EW ITT III.INI,
NT. II Kl I N»
4 i.:if»o oo
. . .
1 .oriel (Match
Oregon, is visiting with her brother, are: Helen Walts,
Ollier lie mis, stocks, sisurii ies, etc.:.
t'hester. and sister. Mrs. Art tluit - man. Hilda Tillman, Gertrude l'hl- •V
Banking House, $9843.50;
man. Mary Kichardson. Mary Ha»
tens, the week end
1 7.820 0*.
fixtures ........................................... .............
Mr and Mrs. Otto Judish
re lik. Gladys Garrison, Vera
1.400 s s
Real estate owned other than bunking house
turned home home from Seaside. Or Norman Miller, Herman Miller. Val
9.93 1 10 j
lam nil reserve witli Federal Reserve Bank
egon, last Wednesday, after be ins des White. Dick MacDonald, John s.
Cash in vault and amount due from na
cholik. \\alter Erickson, Kenneth 10
away since May :15th.
S, l 40 4 2 I
tional hanks ...........................................
Mr and Mrs. N A. Andrews. Mar Ackley, Earl Pierson.
Total of items 9. 10. II , 12, and 13
ion Andrews and Mr. and Mrs. Wlll- several more who will
Checks on banks outside of city or town
Itusii motored lo Salem last week.
We have a righ; 14
— for yourself by providing future comfort and
of reporting bank and oilier cash Items . .
Mrs Christ Xagell was operated to lie proud of our record, aud we
on at the flood Samaritan hospital are
prosperity for your family, and success for your
due from C. S Treasurer.........................
la*t Wednesday and is getting along
Mr Gerlach mel with an accident
while on his way home with his fam-:
self. S A V I N G is the best method by who it t0
T O T A L .........................................
$-' 4 4,787.00
M ss Erna Hill was taken tc the ily from St. Helens Saturday night
1.1 \ Iti LITI KM
Good Samaritan Hospital last Sal ('receding him was a heavy truck
Capital stock paid in . . . .
achieve this, if with it you couple sane investment.
urday to be operated on for appen w ithout a tail light. The driver, w li > 17.
Surplus fund ................... . ...............
illcltts, but at this wrting we have claimes that the head lights from a IS
Undivided protits ......................... 3.904 11
took car going to St. Helens blinded him. iy
not hourd if the operation
The First National Bank of St. Helens is able to
2.964 1 1
On account of ihe ram
Lo.ss current expenses. Interest aud tax*
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kyle return Mr. Gerlach did not see the truck
advise you in both these directions, and always
ed to their home at I’autsho. Wash until loo late aud crashed into it.
Circulating Holes outstanding.................
2 I .uno un
ire'on. after visiting uere for three demolishing the entire front of les .*0.
glad to give business advice.
Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding
4 Mi 77
Fortunately no one was hur. 25.
Total of Items 21. 22. 23. 2 4. and 25
Judge McBride and family have Aicli Duncan, driving the Sr Helen
D< Ilian.I deposits, (other Ilian bank depos
returned from their mention trip car, says lie was using the
it») subject lo reserve (deposits payable
30 miles east of Koseburg and r • ghts.
within 30 days i :
port having u lovely trip. The iudge
v i• • >r \\ itts is home from Seattle
Individual deposits subject to check
li :t, 9 > s n ii
brought home with him a Ine big • r a few days.
Certificates of deposit due in less than 30
deer he killed the day before start
NT. IIEI.ENH, OHIO.
days (other than for money borrowed. .
Mi mbur Federal Itesir*» System
State, county, or other municipal deposits
The new school building is going
secured by pledge of assets of this bank.
l ll\S Gil i l l V M. IT cm IO cu I II i 4 lilt.DM 4 ashler
up very rapidly
The contractor. 3 1.
Other demand deposits...............................
Mrs. Tom Grant, who
motored sail n.
Mining« und 4 flecking la-counts
Hufcly |I c | m ,«|| |tl<«
bank deposits) subject
over to Kakima with her daughter
Mrs. Win. Brasmer. who has been
Items 28. 27. 28. 29, 30. and 31. ..
and husband, returned last week,
'4 389 23
very 111 for several weeks, was tak-
T im e lie | mm * its subject to I («-serve (|utt“ h|e
quite enthusiastic over the trip.
after 30 days, or subject to 30 days or
J. Bennet is bulling an extensive
We hope she will be
more notice, and postal savings I. .
addition to the residence of Charles day morning
Certificates of deposit (other than for
Jackson, making a notable improve
money borrowed ........................... ' ............
of Mrs. Homer Billings, of West Si
State, county, or other municipal deposits
Frank Newton, of Denver.
secured by pledge of assets of tills bank. .
been visiting his mother this week.
* uiM) on
Mr and Mrs. H.
Bennett mo 3 l.
Other time deposits ...................................
Fred Adams and family have re
80 707 32
Total of time deposits subject to II«*-
turned from a pleasant trip in Klu -pent tlie day shopping
serve. Hems 32. 33, 34. und 35..........
8 8.228 12
Bills payable, other than with Federal Re
Mr. Conally, who recently pur
Burgan. entertained Mr and Mrs
serve Bank (including all obligations rep
chased the Fischer place, was a Hammerback Sunday.
resenting money borrowed other than re
business visitor Tuesday.
Miss Ethel Bennett, of St Helens.,
HolaV.J Fullerton, a nephew of
visited with her parents over Sunday 40.
Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bunk
Mrs. Edga" Stevens, spent the fore
Mr. and Mrs Puzy, of St. Helen*
part of the week with her. He is on were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. .Vic-
TO TA L
his way from f o r t Flagel. Washing Cully Tuesday.
State of Oregon. County of Columbia, ss
ton. to his home in Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Peterson en
I. E. K Wist. Cashier of the above-named bank do olmcnly swear
Mr and Mrs. t'arl Hansen, Mr. tertained Mr. and -Mrs. Morten and
'hat the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief
and Mrs. Edgar Etevens and Mr lamily and Mr. anil Mrs. Olson
Fullerton were guests of Mr
and family at dinner Sunday
E E WIST. Cusnler
.Subscribed and sworn to before nie this 16th day o f September. 1921
Mrs. Carl Grach<rl at Keedville, in
Mrs. Guy Lillich entertained sev-
Washington county* .Monday.
W H COOPER, Notary Public
oral friends at an afternoon
Mr. Frame is spending the for«- Monday
part of the week in Gre:diam
DAVID MiK WILSON,
At the special school meeting Saf-
Mr Lowney is again w|
D VV PRICE
a little while, having tin
J G WATTS. Directors.
;ptr< : term of Mr D H. Pope
M r . H e in s h a * b e e n
r e m o d e li n g (
The remainder of the $300
uereru I d a VI »¡VP by Dm
bin b o n n e . udtUllK l o II a ln i v u l l i ' * « \ l » n
\ Pronounced S u i t i * «»
on an en tire n e w ro o f
R im e r S u»U l»\
__ . . ,
a t n o n k i h c board
------ ------ will
i u » i«»
u n i i H i u m m * « r e nMulfttlng b l m
^ 1 " * i~''.1ip a
Mr. Chalres Boles. «it J-SrYinrrilu. Portland Mono«.
nille.,,^!. 'iroin tne railroad station lie and Dair Tinea Remedy is tbe re
— u— . 4 U N I V E R S A L Heaters
is visiting bis suser, Mrs. William
Mr. and Mrs. Vic Brinn, of Yank- nearest the resblenw*' of the teams lief and cure of buwol complaints,
on t/m floor ready for vour in«.i~**;—
ton. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. to the fair grounds by the most di both fur children and aduits. ha«
rect traveled route. The teams will br* ugbt it almost universal ese. *<>
Mrs. Bert Adams is leaving for W Saxton Sunday.
that are right.
classes of hogs, sheep, dairy that It is practically without a rtra'
Chinook Sunday. They had a rhangi
Clyde Mohn entertained several of judge
and beef cattle, and give rea- and as everyone who lias used It I
of mind And decided not to move I ),is little friends at a birthday din- #ons
knows, it. Is without an equal
back to flieir ranch.
W e also have a good selection of smaller
Those present were:
Helm Watts left for Oberlin Fri I'lio Tom Josephson children, Clyde
Each livestock club has a judg
day by way o f the Canadian Pacific Lois and Blanche Mohn, Harielt La ing team. Contests are held In the
Having secured the services of
B O X S T O V E S and A I R T I G H T S at prices
county and the two high scoring Fred Hiatt » first class barber. I am
Vernon Watts Cooke accompanied Bare and Adeline Birkhead.
teams a r e picked. One goes lo l in now In position to drive you any
her to hi • home in Western Spring-
that will please you.
state fair and the other to the Pa wlieis at any time Seven passenger
Ulinois, after having spent the sum
cific Internation Show. The contest car Sbe ride f.ne
mer with his grandparents.
at the fair will take place Monday, Phone 161W
Mr Berg, after having enjoyed n
E L Morley
Mr. S. Tyron left fur California September 26th.
Members of the
vacation, is again a fixture in the last Friday.
I teams will be entertained in Hu bo
Watts ts Price store.
Mrs. Bert Stanley made the round and girls (aimp until
i in: w ini ill 8| i k s t o k e ”
giving the young people a chance to
motored to Portland Sunday,
and tup to St. Helens Friday.
“ take in” the fair. They will vacate
bad the misfortune to break hi* at home.
the camp for the representatives
('has. Carlson was a visitor at the | from the various contests, who couie
Congregational church: S. S. 1C Olierg home Sunday.
in as county prize winners in boy
a. ni., morning worship 11 a m
C. E. 7 p. m . evening service 8 i> Mrs. Jeigens and sister of Drlena and girls club work. The camp is
There will be services boll I were visitors at the Dowling home maintained hv the State Fair Board
'luring the week.
morning and evening
Bert Stanley and Fred Danielson
of P. 1’ ., occupied the pulpit la*
put the merry-go-round up on the
-i lionl grounds this week
Postmaster Grimm is a busy man
Miss Leota Patty, of ('latskanh-
ho is moving the p. O fixtures in ti visited with Miss Olive
liis new concrete building and ex during the week.
[ O matter what Wind
peris to have the change complete'
S. M Boats was home from the
It is a very hand Kerry line for the week end.
of implement you
some building, a credit to the tow:
Floyd Stanley was a guest al the
want, we can supply you
und a pleasure for us all
Stanley home during the week.
The Sunday School and i liristtai
and deliver it at your
Mr J Dowling made a business
Mak •s< a S p e la li, ,,f
Endeavor joined hands in giving . trip to clatskanie Thursday.
farm at the same price,
farewell reception Wednesday even
lug in the church to all the vnuio
or possibly less, as you
folks leaving for the various col
would pay in Portland
Songs, solos and toasts from
J A. Lamb and wife of Portland
Various college Bilks helped to pas-
Tell us what you neen
a very pleasant evening.
Light re were guests of Mr and Mrs. O. It
Thompson last week
freshments were served.
we will gladly call
I). It Cantwell, of Black Creek,
At the regular council meeting on
Monday night orders were p a s s e d
Inkw O hm ll -ruo for Ltmrh.
to go ahead with the headgate and Steve Cantwell, last . itday.
Andrew Emerson and family, who
ilatn at Gurley creek for the water
can supply you.
supply before the heavy rains set it*
T'pon the resignation
John 'line have moved to odchard. Was'
Richardson, Win. Campbell assum
F W. Jordan, a former resident
ed the position as foreman at th°
boom of the Nehalem Lunmner Co of this locality but now of Irrlgon
He lield lhis ’position years ago be Oregon, was the guest of his daugh
ter. Mrs W. F Lengacher, last week
lorn g o ng to Alaska
' 1 a g r i c u l t u r a l D I S P I a vs
J J Thompson has accepted a po
and soft drinks of all kinds
Mrs. Reeder, of Sauries Island
llnr\**y & Hatton, Proprlcton
was over visiting her daughter, Mrs sltion with the firm who Is build
Robert MrQuinn part of last week ; ing the new mill at Columbia city
L I V E S T O C K E X HIBI I , ,
T C. Watts was a Portland vis
Fern While Is our new telephone
The position was vacated llor last week
Tli" -chools in this vicinity open
by Mary Richardson, who left to en
ed with a good attendance
ter 4). A. 4\
' L l M A C H I N E R Y and T R A C T O R E XHIBIT
John Fischer has sold his 40-acre
ranch to a Mr Conally, a Portland S T O C K J U D G I N G
man. for $6500. The Fischer fami
HORSE S H O W I N T H K N O R T H W P T
C R E A T E S IN T E R p ;S T
ly moved to Llnnton Monday.
The lilatchfnr'd family left Friday
F i f t e e n Oregon counties will «end
for their .Salem home
We are al
1 Xr ‘ ‘ K N i RACKS. A N D A M U S E M E N T S
boys' and girls’ club *-u»< k judging
way s sorry to see them leave the teams to the statu fair.
You wonder why our meats are always ti*
terest has been shown this year by
Friday will be school day at the the young people than ever before,
such good shape when you get them Just
1 A l l F A C T I O N S . D A Y A N D N IG H T
tounfy fair at St Helens. Scappoose according to L. J Allen, state lead
Is preparing to do her part.
because we know how to look after them
er of livestock clubs. Keen compe
Those attending Franklin
high tition in tho judging Is expected i t
from Chapman district are: Merwln the fair.
and keep them fresh. Notit e that they are a.
NO A N D P A R K I N G < . r <
Nelson, Verner Miller. DeVere Mill
Each county may enter one team
ways in the ice box where they ought to !>•
er, and to Jefferson high: Wilson of three members, all members com
Ackley. Walter Kremers.
ing from standard ..restock clubs
1 lf)N- R A T KS O N a l l R A I L R O ADS^
Mr and Mrs. P. ,« r ranks« and
The state fair hoard has appropri
Mr and Mrs.
McLaiichlan at e d $300 for the contest. The Port
have Just returned from an extend land Union Sliwk Yards will give an
ed trip to Vancouver. H C., going Oregon Agricultural college scholar
U K IN VITE IN IVMI’ H T I O N HI 4*4 M *| IS 4M. i „ Mn|||Wn
via Seattle and Olympia
The.** ship for the team scoring highest —
were 12 in the camping party. They the scholarship valued at $76. Tho
A . H . I K A ,
M a n a g e r
4*1’ 1*1(1« K m
found freezing weather at Rainier second prize will he $26, the third
National Purk. but (lie trip was very $20, the fourth $18 and the fifth
k. C O N S T A N T IN
Pile Up Happiness
First National Bank
It Is Economy to Buy the Best
St. Helens Hardware C o.
in Farm Machinery
SEPT. 26th to OCT. 1st
Farm Equipment Compari'
PEOPLE’S M ARKET