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II 1 AY. KEHKl 1 AKA
Our Boy Reporter
had the e*. \-
Biakesiey folci h^r
Fare Ac virrue.
111 the last week
T 11. Parker, whose wife rec>n..>
died, has moved back to his fare
Mm. Khoda Hall o f Rainier hu
On Tuesday ami Wednesday j » i *-
•,iHLs o f n n l week, with a mid-week le«n visiting her daughter. Mrs H
matinee, tiie Si
Helens W om an's J Cline who has been ill for the las
lut< will present at the Liberty two weeks.
The Young Peoples’ Alliance •
heat re that veritable screen mas-
"D eception ." the proceeds the Evangelical Association render,
of the entertainment to be expended a special musical program at 11
In the purchase o f additional books church Friday evening. January 1’
for the puMu library. At the pres to- the dedicating o f the new pu
ent time— notwithstanding the fact . c m which waa recently pur. h»
tr,-ft . . . is taking a.P m- The program was f t follows Op.
- . nutating It- ng s..ng invocation. Kev. Heveriin
it t.. me-; the heavy lemand« Ute choir: solo. Harry K etsev; sob-
Gladys Malmstcn; song, hy the an
litrary hy the peopl
. lice, sob*, Mr Orwig. duet. Ha/
tnd vtcinlly and M i
•he Liberty proffered ; Malntsien and l.e»ta W e e d . inatn
to the W om an '» club, menial solo, Louise Malmstcn: sol
ef aim o f which organization Mr North; song, by the audience, -
been to build up a lection, male quartet; -eng. prtmar
worthy of the name, pupils', instrumental
ita V it: th.» particular and Gladys Malmstcn; " d o " r K<
ty; trio. Isabel I'ondtt, Esther ai
u. th« worthiness o f the Ruth Heverling. song, audience. It
n.-turization o f this his-1 strumental solo, Louise M a I mst et
has signal merit, being j duet. Anna and Edwin North, ben*
>stiou one of the nt si diction.
■' ■play productions e v e r 1 Vli-s Francis Gessell of I’.TlIa’
.- . .1 in th.s country
The story j is in Vemonta visiting frien d ' an
.; D e c e p t io n " deals with Henrv | relative».
Mr Wilkinson and his s >n. Lou
I ' l l l ’s espousal and subsequent r e
pudiation i f Anne Bolevn. his ser- are up in Rock Creek euiting w>"
i nd wife
l( is a tremendous story for the 1‘ iah ( onstrurtiou Co
o f love behind a throne, hut above | The Pomona Grange
the sordidness o f Henry's conduct. I with the Vemonta Grange. Februar
-\JI members are request««!
the majesty o f the Queen stands 4th
forth as a beacon light In the Clm- , he present
llev Heverling tins been in P o r
It is a peculiarly ap- j
pealing theme, the development of | land for a few da>
which holds the atten'ion o f picture j
lovers as by a spell. Henny Pi.rten
and Emil Jennings, two of the most ♦ 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 * 4 4 4
.'amous screen artists of Europe
have the principal roles
Motion picture critics stand as one I
in the opinin thrt " Deception' is I
a cinema spectacle o f unrivalled
grandeur— a dazzling pageant
royal pomp and magnificence never '
FAM OU S PRODUCTION
CO M IN G T O LIBERTY
G E O R G E
Mister Taatie i
f. lers Jcsj Lk-
tbe chcet sed M*
Dog it otises i- tsd t.v
sod » hats the to ur ■
beitir go to see .a -it
■ - •
Mrs Pa> w
an the c ..«*•: helped
land 1* II Die no<>
fa n ke cheel
I ■ si
hind her hut t e didn't
Mister Duke Wellmf
the shariff made twlrt
all to His* Hattau w ch
like evrybuddy else
ts. My fother
It from flndln blind
dep’ y sheriff
he » o a t s to get to
so he cood go nun. i.a for blind pigs
-um time with M ter Wellington an
get sum of the et junee he scd.
Mister Tom Downcv what lives up
to Vernon:a c u t he-e for 10 day-
r.aipia Mister Wellington keep th •
ja:e 1 aned up
Mister Jacob Georg*» what ' as up
to Portland seen »um Sc«' h men
walkin a round with thare legs bar.
pre't j neer is home aper.
its a grate site to see Scotchn.-a
walkin a round liko that an jumpin
He’s wun also but he war. »
close like evrybuddy.
G wls I wisht Mister Roy whats
got the groshr store v o o d put in .
big ad ovry week cause the cbee'
he gets over bein grouchy -uni tint*
when the ads cunt in good like tha!
He sed if you are in bizness evr>
week an got sumthin to sell evry
week you better put in a ad evry
week also so poeple wood no you aint
gone out of bizness
They wus a feerce time over to
Scappoose cause Mister Frank Adams
got marrid to a lady what he nod«
It wus Mrs Rhoades an they went
up to Vancouver an got marrid an
nobuddy node Mister Adams wus red
dy to get marrid or anythink like
that. Sum trends went up to thare
house an made a lot o f noise an Mis
ter Adams he throde up his hands
an sed never a je n an Mrs. Adams
she sed amen. I gess they wus pray-
Mrs Fred Colvin up to Deer Is
land whats sister is Jessie McGregor
wha lives In. I asi Angeles is got a
baby now wich is a boy rihe got ^
tellergraft a bout It so I gess it
wus a suprise.
She’s marrid now
Jessie is to Merle Emerson wich is
her husband. I bet he is glad a bout
it bein a boy cause girls they cry all
Mister Jack Ray wus r e - ’ ed up t.
Vernonia for havin sum d«er meet.
I gess he got it up to I>eer island
maybe Mister Brown rested him bu'
sumbuddy told Mister Brown a bout
it I gess so he went to Ray an reste 1
Nobuddy wus hurt
I bet Ray will eat il rite a way.
If you got sum rags wich you aiul
wr.rin wood you sell them to us
cheep? We need sum cotton rags to
cleen up with. The press I meen.
VEKNONlA O r e . Feb 1.— (S p ec
ial to The Mist .— The regular meet
ing the John Butcher W om en's Ite-
’. ef i • rp- No 41* was held in tl
Grang hall on the afternoon of Jan
uar> 21. Minnie Mills was initiated
into the corps. The following o f f i
cers were installed by Gladys Gessell
President. Sarah A. Spen
cer; senior vice president. Nannie
B Hall; junior vice president, Kate
McDonald, treasurer. Emma Green-
er; chaplain. Emma Weed; conduc-
tor, Lizzie Parker,
Johns; secretary Alma Mills, pat
riotic instructor. Ethel Kay, Press
correspondence. May K e l t } . music-
inn. Minnie Mills; assistant conduc-
guard. Johanna Boeek; color bearer.
No. 1. Gladys Gessell Smith, color
bearer No. 2. Amanda Hall; color
bearer No. 3. Lena Stanton, color
bearer' No 4. May Mellinger
delegates elected to attend the stat-
sonvei.tion w o e , Kate M Lonald an-i
The alternates were
Emma Weed and Lizzie Parker. F or
ty dollars of r-lief work war d>
the • orps during tne pas. month.
Mrs Charlie Justice has been verv
r. ch.u»y * en
itor, this .
ly in fatui
ra per saya l i t e r « a r e
I >, I city but we are
. r the statellicnt is |
, . I t.r a ritnfesslon
Mist. h> • "
ma lion *1.
wishes to g*
the spirit *
editor of o.,
J K l t \ \ u.H,
Hi. h . i .
ent's offl> I
Ort ,;on and thoroughly giuranti
cut teducu n tn price of all ran c v
us and we
Get W ise to This—
Reliable lew t ier
Your car needs attention at
this time of the year and th-
right kind of care is what makes !
'he car go.
Every j o b tha
leaves our shop is right—both
St. Helens, Oregon
1 :0 0 p. tu
Accessories, L e e
Agents for Dodge Cars
to workmanship anil price,
now *• ao.
DEPOT G A R A G E J
Welch <Sc Co.. Proprietors
Phone 61 T
S A Y PU1
rniiî jtio.C wj if j!
A K I N
>se the policy A Giving
¡thing at a "L
t read these quotations—G
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REM EMBER — The
c v "t our stores Saturday at i Mondi)
•i tew itcmÿ, hoping to outwit i custooe
i: U« r
It I* the
20th Ccntry Store is a Free (j i lc in the market highways.
are plainly narked, questions
» rtwily answered; for there'
with the •
we h»ve •<.
\ll Knamclcd Kange, SI 12.50
Other Ranges $55 lip
Von A. Gray
n aa d»
to again ci< u
all brush ft
«1er to •». i
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7 Ik.rs • I ti ' I l
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P. u n d
P a li
Ni Kl I* f. r
H I «si l\ I di
I l ’alt» lu i S*»i,.g
I P..UM.I VI
>• k svr i
from 10 ti
the ordlnn .
clMtoa Of I
men vrho t
what they l
value of Hi
other* In h
had beer t
least two <o
I*. u n d » I n s i ,
VI \« V l t ' i M
I I DI
¡It Century Store* is built U|
liter kind of transaettop
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P A IN T S ,
I m x i K. s .
MI N I M \\ >s. f,| . 4 s s , | I N s| (
The Bible school has omethlng of
interest for yong and old at the
WHIT E LEAD, sHI.I.I I I I ltl>\V Vit E. NVIl.s and (.e „.
9:4 5 hour.
Join the "on t i m e ’
eral Building Supplies,
group n e j. Sunday morning
if y o u make your pun ha«.
Epworth la ague is finding the » udv
fr o m II«.
of "John Wesley. Jr.” very inter
All young folks o f the com
munity are cordially invited to the
meeting of the league at 6 :3 0 p. m
Rev \\ illiam Wallace Youngson
D. D , superintendent, will preach at
the 11 o ’clock hour.
Is a very forceful speaker.
(Successor to D. J. Switzer)
miss this opportunity.
At the eve
K of P. Building
St. Helens, Oregon
ning hour fine ston-optieon views of
Korea wiii ■ be p.«rented.
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n.' sic at ..o'h services.
« Correct Time
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f Nss.l t'atarrk r j j -
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C. Jacobson Farm near Yankton, stalling at 10;0< a
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