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THE ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23.
5 P R E P A R E FOR R A IN
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Mr s Tupper Philips was a Port
lauil visitor on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Few t'ates
Portland visitors Thuraday.
Mrs r . E. Mason, of Cleveland . i
Ohio, is a guest of her sister, Mrs ;
Law A. f a t e s .
Mrs. W 1>. f r a n d a l l of Seatti«
W ashington, is a guest of her sister.
Mrs. Fannie Bos*
Miss Genevieve McNaughton. ot
Eureka, l alitornia. lias been
this week on a visit to her friends
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Phillips
The St. Helens Garage has Mono
gian t oil, Zer lene, Red Grown g a s
oline and efficient mechanics, all at
Mrs. Flora Owen left for Eugene
Tuesday morning und will have
charge of one o f the Sorority cot
tages at the University.
If vou wish instruction in free
hand drawing, painting in water col
ors or oils, china painting.
work. etc., telephone 133J. Special
classes for children
111 Gill Ks
Mr and Mrs Erwin Rogers, of
T angent. Linn county, are here on
a visit to Or and Mrs. S II Russell.
The visitors are old time friends and
patients of the doctor.
Mr 3 . Theresa l’rael o f Astoria a r
rived Tuesday afternoon for a few
days visit with her neiges. Miss Olga
Heilborn and Mrs. S G Morton. Mrs
Prael has resided in Astoria since
Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen Harrison
and d aughter o f Portland, accom
panied by Miss Ruth Worrell, of In
diana. spent yesterday in St Helens
the g u ests of Mr. aud Mrs. A lber’
Mr and Mrs. L. E. Thompson and
V r Mangold and daughter Garrol or
Portland were g u e sts at the home of
C H. Thompson Sunday.
gold is one of the instructors in the 4
Jefferson high school.
Rev. Geo. McCloud will preach in
the C ongregational
morning and evening on
Sunday. its more like a chip m onkey than of 5 per cent of the hid and sent M E T H O D I S T i P l M N t P X I t I I I IB II
Sept. 2 5.
Mr. McCloud w as pastor a liare.
to K. E. Wist, at Scappoose
Nobuddy wus hurt.
of the Presbyterian church of Cot
council reserves tlm right t«> rojee,
“The Friendly Church''
tage Grove and is a veteran of the
any and all bids.
Plans and speci
Sunday Is Promotion S u n
to the presldunt of the First Nash fications are on tile at the office of K day at the Friendly Sunday School
Mrs. John Heyburn of Bend. Ore
There will l>o I he usual llupe
gon. and d aughter Frances are v is it •,ul over to Scappoose wus here an Scapposse, Oregon.
Bids mast be
e e«l everythink is kumin out tins
Sunday Evening Service next Sun
ing at the L. R. Rutherford h o m e
in Mister Hardin’s normalcy wood subm itted within 10 days from this day evening
Live singing, s p e c !
for a few days w hile on the way to
music, gospel preaching
Seattle, where Miss Heyburn will en '>e here sum day an then evdybuddy
E. E. WIST.
ter th e University of Washington
Chairman of the W ater Committee. topic, "For the Sak* af the Child "
School opens at 9:4; rith usual ex
Mrs. Heyburn and Mrs. Rutheford
City of Scappoose. Oregon
a r t cousins.
Hated at Scappoose. Oregon this 22d erclscs and class periods after which
O. F. Cathcart. formerly munici
day of September. 1921
41-lt promotions will lie made and al t i c
ten o'clock hour the pastor will
I wen to the fare W enesdav an
pal jud ge in Scappo»s>*. hut now jus-
preach a “Cradle Sermon" specially
a plain real estate and Insurance ylstiddy an Toni White what is the
T O O L A T E T O C L A S S IF Y
for the children
man. w as a St. Helens visitor or. ticket taker he sed. George you can
H e believes that th ■ hav a Ire pass cause you Is a good FOR SALE or TRADE
for sanitary couch. J W BLAY l Sunday anil Rally H y will he mark
Iron ore which has been discovered reporter and my svule teechet w ha’
NKY, Houlton. opposite depot 4n\ ••«I hy sevi ral special feature.* Mon
in the Scappoose neighborhood will s Missus Manda Lake, sed I cood
day night llier«- will be a conference
even tu ally bring a sm elter aud min go and get sum more adgacashun i
«if Sunday School workers
I I'l.l.F it Itltl SHFS
herd Camels band play and Mister
Your Fuller representative is in ther and Sons dinner will lie the big
Our fall and winter line o f good • Morris what is the hed of the farm
are now on display for your inspec xhibhits and appls an corn an sum town to adjust complaints and tak«- feature for Wednesday night
tier will I served at fi .'in and the
W e have a splendid s h o w i n ; more things sed George you ran tak<> o r d e r s for the “ Best brush on eir t h "
i father of every
lioy in our Sunday
o f Indies' coats at prices rangin ; a hunch of grapes but dont yon tell \ postcard to A. H Slack. Box No
School Is tnviieil to come with h -
from $15 to $85. Our line of m il
bov a s a gu e:.( of the school
linery Is the most complete
eve- fesor Wilkerson sed I cood go en«
seen in St. Helens. You are invite I whare 1 wanted to an see al wha LOST— A hand satchel or p n i k c Uiers, show your interest In you.
hook containing a ijuantity of inoti - hoy a ml his Sunday School hv m e .
to call and
inspect our stocl. «vus thare an I did
in next Wednesday night
ey and very valuable papers, such ling with
Milady’s Shop, Muckle Block a d v ’ .
as abstract, etc . on highway In- The Home Department v til hold
BIOS \ \ \N T E I)
Frank Shepherd, former owner « '
tween Rainier and
Helens rally on Saturday afternoon for all
Shepherd's Auto Bus' Line», an i
The City of Scappoose will e n ter
Finder can keep money if he will '.members of the department
well known in St. Helens, was her«t tain bids for the construction of a
mail papers to the Rainier Review day. < tctola-r 2, will ho Rally Day
T hursday and today, the guest of dam at Gurley Creek. All bids must
Rainier. Oregon. No guest ion- lor wliich a line program Is being
Captain Orin Shepherd. He and Mr
will he asked
he accompanied by a certified chec«
Shepherd have been touring Cal -
fornia for the past several montl s
and will pprobably return to Li s
A ngeles where Mr. Shepherd will
en ga ge in business.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J J . Hannigan and
their three year old son spent th9
week end with Mrs. Hannlgan's m o
ther. Mrs. Freida Skuzie. Mr Han-
nigan. w ho now resides at New berg
and lias a business establishm ent it
that city, form erly .ived In St. H el
ens. as did his wife, and they were
greeted by many
w h ile here on their short visit.
That wear like iron, and give solid
comfort and satisfaction
TjjUILT for long wear. Ball Band and l . S.
ï J brands. Rubbers for the family—Men,
Women, Boys, Girls. Our new stock of Foot
wear is ready for your inspection. Come in
and make your selection from our new stock.
THESE STORES REPRESENT THE
CONNECTED WITH FOOD SELLING.
G E O RGE
Our Boy Reporter
Eugenia Deming is marrid.
wus up in Portland an she marrid
Sam Huston an he wus in the war
an stade a yeer an a half wich helps
when you get marrid Doctor Hos-
kitt Bed wich stood up when they
Mister Ramsey whats the biggest
auto hug in the world sed I sh oil
-ay you are foolish If you stay it.
the kitchen when the bred is bakin
when he cood do It for you.
s<d his bred is juss like yourn only
you dont half to stick a round the
kitchen an wotch It. He sed let me
v. otch your bred in my oven an you
go take a ride in your hug
my Mother what he sed an she sed
well you tell Mister Ramsey to go
lak e a jump In the lake for his self
c a u s e I aint gof no bug to go ridin
in like he has so I will.
Mister Kavanaugh Is the best In
th e world to sell what you dont
My fother sed Mister Ka-
vanagh cood sell cannon balls an say
they wus petrified huckle
frum Sweden if he wanted to an
you wood hy them
My fother sea
Mister Kavanagh sold sum things
for him an got ) ate hunderd an
forty dollers an tha more than he
pado for it when he bought It spick
Clyde Sutherland Is
the hunk I gess cuuse he wus al.
prowd of killin a live hare wich wus
<mly 9 pounds which is only what a
Jarkrahhit ways ware
we kum frum my fother sed
whs up in a tree sfandin still when
he shot It with his gun wich Is pm
shottin Mister Ben Copeland
Mister Mason he skint It an he sed»
L IB E R T I THEATRE
1. < V I'FH . M iiiiu g t'r
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. ONLY
FRANK MAYO in
• THE BLAZING TRAIL’’
I ltl\i-r-tll «. in -, ini nl t r,»«l l«»n— 4 «tulli '.li« I m l|, Vt. Inn, 1 wi,^
Inni «tir nlln'i WnllliiM h*vu I«’ litui'.1 I’ll«' fluni
sin,,III,-ri-li w I«Itili ber— n vtiilUMil’u li uhi » » « uni tu I m «
n l n i i g Ih«' b lin d i« « i r . i l i
Prices 25c and 10c
SUNDAY anti MONDAY. SEPT. 25-.I0
A VITAGRAPH SUPER-FEATURE
It,I Is will,,«III ilnllhl «In- bl*tc«'«.| ix dtir,« In Il,r ii!s«,,r, 0|
\ llii«iii|>b. Stngiil nl rn-l .1 in II« limn « «unirti i lutili..,,.
,lr,*il«« «.I idim r-.; uiugnlll« « nl w | . In «»lili li nil., umliuglii r^„.,
ms, «.li,,n n
V s | mvi » i ulnr . | » i l i i l |»rtMlurlInn
Bunter K e a to n C om ed y, ‘‘H A R D I.l>( K”
t riot id lillnrlnus inl»lii<|M. n im m Ilm M il-fu ,,,| ,, i„,sl,»n
nlli-ni|ilM i<> fini hl«, unni« Im u lilm ««liIrli billig in n
m i r thiMi III«« r i n it i I f -1.
m l» « .
Prices 35c anti 15c
CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE SUNDAY
to 11 00 P M.
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY. SEPT 27-28
JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD’S Greatest St ly
B n , I n 1«,*., | ) i , \ , r n y u t f n , r a b b i t h , u ta lf N IU t« ' «l««g» mil tl
r r r i i t u r r M n l tin- F u n u i l l n n n l l i l n u i f » m o n g tin- m l o t s.-r„ «
i n , , u i i i f i n b , rn. t i n , , o f l l i e i b r l l l i u g M i n i « . I n tin« ,
o f a iiiuii u n i ««. u n til n l l l i it •!•>« t e n i n u i n l
b .i lll
n o lv f*
l \ i/.n n it « t i d f «lug I m - mi I h tin- |> u r k , b u t n l i f i i It n«t
, , i / • '«• iln
«« 'Mi.iii ««Im i M 'fr b -i u l f i l b u n
In« h i iiiti'i-H it,, |,.i, U
f t , t i i . H im « is f u l l u f t h r l l l n .
COMEDY and REVIEW
Prices 35c and 15c
THURSDAY. SEPT. 29. ONLY
BERT EY TELL in
“ THE MISLEADING LALY
I hi», is a n «*\« **|*t Io n a I | »1« t n r« n o t I*» I n 1 u \ r i l«»<>k• • I.
w h a t H 1« (Jiat mak«**» h « i i ih * i i k i i n»Uigh a m i u h a l r a n In t m wltJ.I
a ¡¿ill v %I» m w (» n 't l a - h a w .
I n tin- | » a r l a m «* o f (In* rinK “T «• MU
l«*adhiK l a n l y ” Is a k m a k*<»ut.
I( h a Ini; | d a ) ft*»»in •»tart I m
n n bill.
C o m e d y —“ W O O D S I M P S ” - J u * t Funny
Prices 25c and 10c
FRIDAY. SEPT. 30. ONLY
DOUGLAS MacLEAN in
“ THE HOME SI RETCH’
\ si i n i ^ « - « I > i l r a i n . i .
Il Is a I'h in .i s II I
| h « h | ii «» m » l
a m i « m *
I Mi Ma« I • a l l ' s \ i r> la* s|.
T in - s m r > d al* "l«li D '
fortuit«**» o f a ( r a i k ¡ ¿ . m i l d e r , a IlionMiichl»r«-il In i»« ." id n I o h l
Kiri. \ o n u l » o loi«* a lat iKli a n d («» m«*«*l r» a l f o l k s , a n d ( » ?••**! ini
>«*»ir li«*arl (!»» ul«.\% (»1 I»I k lln<* U i i i i k s ( h a t a t liim* » H I u|> ml
f « \ n s — s««* t h i s K l o r i o i l s i in im «- a n d k -» I d »»»'• i <»!•;•»
A BIG TWO -Rf cEL COMEDY
Prices 35c and 10c
Continuous Performance Sunday Irom 2 to 11 P.
“How CioodT is More Im
portant than “How Much ’l
ALL THE ADVANTAGES THAT CASH CAN BRING ARE TO BE HAD AT
THOUSANDS OF CAREFUL BUYERS SEEKING SAFE MARKETS HAVE
LF:ARNED TO TRUST THE PRICES QUOTED IN THESE STORES.
SATURDAY SPECIAL OFFERINGS ARE
Campbell’s Tomato or Vegetable Soups, can 10c, 6 cans................
Delicious for those snappy weather created appetites anti so convenient
CITRUS WASHING POWDER- Large Iackage ...........................................
Federal Milk tall
Corned Beef, full pound
. c a n s .......................... 20c
Ivory Soap, Flakes 0 cents
G >od quality is T! w ,0' ^aH
rics for long wear Lne tailorj
Fancy Number One Lime
Beans, 3 lbs.
ing to atltl to the wear l»y shap4
FOLGER’S GOLDEN GATE COFFEE, 1 lb. cans, 38c; 2 / 2 lb. cans
P. & G. Naptha Soap, two
for .......................... 15c
Golden Rod v^ats, Z pack
ages • • .................... 25c
LIPTON’S TEA, 1 pound package 75c, half pound . . . .
Comb Honey, 1921 crop
section .................... 30c
1921 Pack SHRIMP.
Curve Cut Macaroni, 3
pounds .................... 25c
Compare this nrice. can
keeping; gootl style.
Duck Soap, It floats dan
dy toilet soap
Any price is too mil«!' ,in*e |
.................• • ................................20«
9 pound Con of Crisco
Heinz Medium Size Beans
Nurya Tea, pound pack
a« e ......................... 55c
Quaker Corn Flakes
Aunt Jemima Buckwheat
Royal Chef Clams, tall can
15c, Halves 2 for
OU want the « 1'
You can’t have ,,nisi utionj
\ without gootl quality.
you get those linn.
them at low cost at diis >u>rCl
20th CENTURY COFFEE—Hot from the roaster—Is just a little better than
any coffee we know of. It’s 35 cents a pound, three pounds f o r ................
OUR STORE IS SO CONVENIENTLY LOCATED
IN THE WELLINGTON BUILDING. ST. HELENS
E. M. HELON
Cl O l H I l