St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933, February 03, 1922, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    T H E ST. H E L E N S M IST, F R ID A Y . F E B R U A R Y 3, 192?
■ «fculur trip» wern mad« us usual
S atu rd ay,
It la undo Mtood th a t a nuinlier
of o u r farm«.is a r « planning to at
| tend th e land cle a rin g di.|iiuuHtr;
lion which ha» b«;«n planned
hy
County Agent llo llb i ilgh and will he
h d d at tho I*. C. Jucobaen farm
In B a c h e l o r F l a t on Fr id a y , l 'e «
ruury lo.
Mr und Mr«. C. II Kcglln h urnl
Harold Fogliali motor«.«I to l 'o rt la m l
F r id a y evenin g to attend th e uuto
allow
T h e y ha«l a» tlie ir gui-ats, Mr
und Mr» F. A Colvin.
L it t l e J a m e u Cox la serio u sly ill
with pneumonia. I 'r a d i c a l l y «•very-
o n e hu» u cold or i» Juat re co ve iln
from one due lo the ebani;«» in oui
‘•formerly re l ia b l e ” Oregon weatli
SC A PPO O SE
PAGE FIVE
i
' llv«d on the Mucklo piano fo r th«
pant I wo yearn moved t o a farm
t o u r 8rappooso.
Mra T a n l c h and
¡ch ild re n will viali with Mr». J Mi
f u l l y for a (line,
♦
Tim gam e play«'«!
between
th'
B a ch elo r F la t haKkothall team a n d i ^
Mi Viil'y Sund ay n n a v ictory for ▼
McNulty
' i p « s co i« u s i 17 t o 1 9
^
Mr I'urka o f C a lif o r n ia vi»i1« I
with hl» »iHter-ln-law. Mra. D. II j
I’op'. last week.
T ’ iii parcrita, »Ister and hi other»
of Mr« T E
Lllllch m otored up I
from l la l n l e r and »pent S u n d ay on
the farm .
Mi»« F l o r e n c e l,ara«»n and Mias I
Ellen Madaen wore d in ner guest» of
Mr
W illiam Skuzlo Frid ay oven Ini'
Mr and Mra
Sherwood
spent I
•ovcral duv« this week visiting t h e ir
d au g h te r Alice who 1» work in g In
Albany.
Mlaa F lo re n c e L arso n wa» In Por*
land o v e r the week end.
Mr» J w S axto n e n t e rt a in e d In
honor o f Mrs. C.
R
Saxton
la»i
T hu rsday evenin g. Most o f the ladies
o f lh<- F lat and sev eral from St. H«-i-
• ns and W a rr en were present. A d e ­
lig htful ev en in g was »pent and de
H c I o i i h re f r e s h m e n t s were served.
:
pared lo givo u p rogram of catchy
l'ho aduilimloii
On
I S|».- «ongH and »tunl».
d a l to rim Miai I
Mayor W att i I wlll I mi 15, 25 unii 3 5 «.« 111 ».
T h e »«nIoni huvo aeloctod tlmlr
Mra. VS' 'it • ipi'iit 11'« '•««1» «mi al
«'hi»» play e.nd bevo rlioaon ili« «uat.
Hherlda
um k u « i ». i » of Mra. Kuker
Mr Ltiehk« wlll coa«h ili« play whlcli
Riga.
p , y , i ’ll. .- Ind fam ily w«r« w««li wlll I mi glvcu » 0111 « timo In Marcii
« . h I<••> and wl(t T h e o s a c i dut« wlll h« aimouiiceil
hit«/.
ta PM|luiid
I ho Camp l lr« girl» huvo orgu-
Mr. ^ dal man la horn« a f t e r apeud
lim e h w«ek with r«h'tlv«a in Wuali nlz««l u hu»K«lhull team and atart
piarli«'« thla w««k.
at.
Ingtu tnco u nty.
Lloyd Duly of
P o r tla n d
vl»ll«nl
A rraiig«m«ut» un i h«lng mitde for
Mowat
B in g h a m
«pont Sunday
w ith h i ' alator. Mra. Churleu Suini un all high M hool Valentino party relativo» boro S atu rd ay.
M a rjo rio M iller »pent t h e week
T h e c o m m llte « in «Imrge
i» Lucy
it r o m .
Mra. t'upi-h who hi|H been vlattlni'. S m ith , chulrmun. Merlo H«a»em«r, end In St Helen» visitin g h e r aun:
d if f é ra it I. »'i ciIona of C a l i f o r n i a dur Alma tteudder, G eo rg e Olaoii and la*« and uncle, Mr and Mra. Wm Burn »
Ila Smith.
Mr» c F. ( T i p p e r U n wu» a I'ort-
Ittg t h e puat y e ar la now In ilorkclev
During ih« Inai Iwo weeka th*. lund visitor Tuesday.
Mr«. F lo y d tir«w«ll
ontertulnod
Mr» It II W o l f f inaile a huHlnoa
fr loti dit S a tu rd a y evenin g for Floyd m un uu I traili lag «-I u » m Ini» b«en hard
ut work m ak lo g
ncuded
tmprov« trip to I 'o rilan d M onda).
who Wftt- onte o v er th« w««k « id
(J u lie a n u m b e r of f a r m e r s from
T h eU aid l««
Aid m et with Mra meut» oli th« gymnaalu m T h «y bave
this vicinity atte n d ed the F a r m e r s
Dana F i h « T huraday. O v/ ln z, to hourded up ori« «nd lo a h etg hl of
Jlln ged wlmlow» W e e k m eetings a t St. Helens la»,
storm y w « aih «r f«w were pr«*« .t a t M . u l elght f<it.
Thla
Improv« week and all re p o rt the sessio ns boll,
P R ESC O TT
A fter th« bualnesa m eeting a delle h'*ve b<.«*!i ad«l«i|
pleasant and profit hie. County Ag
Utt« lt|ii'b
war. ae ved by M u m en i Wlll m ak e th« building m u .li
P R E S C O T . Ore.. F e b r u a r y 3. —
<nt
H
olihaugh
plan»
to
give
a
p
ru
n
­
F ram e.
T h e next mooing la ut the wariiier and wlll n«ld gri'ally lo III«
(Sp«-clal to T h e Mlat. I
Mra. H arry
ing d em o n stratio n In th e tipple or
« o m fo rt of both play«ra and apod a
hom e Of Mr» M acD onald
tura
chard o f C h ris N eagell in Iho neai Ward, an old realdont of P re sc o tt,
T h e p> I«) ball t am went to St
tlb'd her«- S a tu rd a y a fte rn o o n . M th
I h « Studi'iit Hody I» planning «> futuri*.
HelenakTIiurad.iy uvonlng
T h e St
Ward has been an Invalid fo r tw .
A
nu
m
b
e
r
o
f
frleuda
o
f
Mra.
J
a
«
puhllah
;«n
annuiti
Ihia
»prlng
th<-
Holene t e i m won 3 to 2 in a cloaely
Cox anil Mrs. Bert Adams gave them years o r iiior« and for the past year
flrat
on«
In
thè
hiatory
of
Ilio
ac
boni
contee ten game.
Thu ludtea of St
to ta lly paralyzed. S he wa» ab o u t 63
T h e e d ito ria! a t a ff ha» not
been a Join t aurprlHO party S a tu rd a y e v e ­
Helenat>i«ii 2 to I
choai'ii y«t.
ning
T h e evenin g was e n jo y ah ly ' e a r s old S h e leaves to mourn thetr
S aturi I ny ev en in g, F e b r u a r y 4th
spent a t card»
and
re fre s h m e n ts lo », ri hiiHhand and her adopted
J K Miller talkod lo thè Amori
t h e r e will be a ti..... ting a t th e W uti.
d a u g h te r Mr«. Hugh G r a h a m ho;dde
« o r e »erveil ut u late hour,
iati
Hiatory
d
a
»
»
Tu
«»day
tnornlng
A P rlee ball at K o 'c lo c k for II«
• ii ny frl'.nda who s in ce re ly mourn
Mr. and
Mr»
J
Martin and
ab
o
u
t
«
u
n
«
of
IH»
i-xp«rlonce»
In
th
purpose o f o rg a n is in g a com m ercial
(laugh ter F r e d a w e re Sund ay visitors 'lie d eath of a go«>d n e igh b or and
•
Tvll
war
Mr
M
iller
wua
in
th«
clu b
k v 'ryone la urged t o attend
friend.
Fun* ral » irvices were held
giiHiitril rnld ut L aw rence, Kansu. at tho B e a v e r home.
If f o r u o t hing «I m « than for «urlio
Fo llow in g la a list o f pupil» on Tuesday at R a in ie r hy the Women
«nd
I»
«ine
of
tho
few
wlu»
Hurvlvi
Ity.
d o m e prepared to booat ami
tho Roll of Honor for J a n u a r y in tin of th e W o o d c raft o f which the de-
that lucldenl.
loave e ll b anim e r» at home
ear«d waa a m e m b e r and the hody
Deer
Island
s ch o .'ls:
Advanced
T h e H f 'i p p o o s a in«mt m a r k e t hat’
w s i ken to P o rtlan d to ho c re m a t-
(t ra d e s ;
B e r n a r d C la p p e r t o r , Mur
a n o t h e r gue-i-dug roiiiest luat Sui
W ARREN
,'aret F o s t e r, Clyde S te w a rt, Merton
urday on i larg«1 ateer tb«y dreaaed
rito boys of the L iv e W ire rln»8 o '
ox, Ida L each , Ida Naegell, Haze!
W A H ItE N . Ore., Feb. 3.
(Spec
A l a r g e coiai wa» to be aw ard ed tin
he Cnin S und ay school and their
'oater,
L
u
c
ille
W
atson
,
Molli«
W
o
l
ff
An a t t e m p t wu-
•
ne e re e t gu«»» and tim e tim e tlier* lal to T h e Mlat.)
a< her. Mr d a r k e r , e n te rtain e d the
•ignea F r e d in , R u th S te w a rt. Violi
u,
were flv« award », one g«««» s k a . i 'u id e Sunday night to e n e te r F rick
ilrls' S unahln o ( ’rass and
their
Duly,
Ire
ne
Holce,
F
l
o
r
e
n
c
e
Alluni
gneeeed Kl"1
Th«
he«f
weighed ‘ mi and l,u id »tore hero. T h o man
' ' ¡ i d l e r . Miss H alsted, S a tu rd a y e v ­
P
a
tric
ia
Clupporton,
Harold
M
ercer
88k.
wii.n«*ra of the r«i;i»i« wer« tuder or uinurnder» b ro k e tin* gla-.
Daniel W o lff .
W ilb u r Cox, A rth u r il! g at th e ch u r ch hail.
Mre. Bay B o ater, Mr». Al l la c k e D . tranaom over tho l>lg »how window I'redln, M a r jo r ie Miller Marie Daly
M -s D orothy ( J r a h a m and WU
mil atte m p te d to gain e ’ltrm iro In
Wa
Mr. J e f f , Mr It h o : i . I « » and llefir.
'lam Mnrrty spent tho week end at
W atson
P rim a ry
R->.«:n
that way to reach a punch bonr I Hazel
1« Robert G raham home.
___ Newman
c o n tain in g »onto 10 and 5 d o llar gold D elniar ()l»«-n, Carl F r e d in . Ce«.rg<
W o rd lettine« o f th« d eath o f J «
T' e Ro'iertaon fam ily have moved
'o sier, W a l t e r Loyd, C h a rle s Ste
pieces
T h e y were tinaurrcHHfu! bu<
' o Port land and Monaella have moved
eph Aah
a r t . Lavello O altte n s. R o b e rt Rus
at
thentHOlvea
on
tho
g!u»»
a»
blood
Mt
Ham Aah
ui I"to townam an
Mr
i n t o the house vacated hy thorn
lain » wore left a» evid ence e f m c h »«II. T h e school now ha» 47 pupli.-
Ml s Genevieve F o w le r spent t h 1
Ash m*d. hla hom e her« with hit-
In good standing.
Many
o
f
t
h
e
f
irm
ra
and
land
won a n d had many friend s during hi
i i ' « k end at her hom e In Goble.
nwnnra
o
f
thl»
»action
wlll
douhl-
atey ( k f e r i p p o i w a
Ho waa a Civil
BA C H ELO R FLA T
l«»a be on hund at tho I*. C. J a c o b
W a r TSfei ii with . long and Inten
«n farm on n«xt F r id ay m orning
B A C H E L O R F L A T , Ore . Feb. 3
alve war o e rv lc e In the day» <»f '6 5
F e b r u a r y 10, to wiine»» tho »tump
( S p e cia l to T h e M i s t . ) - Mr and
Hla tutu* *y record v .- hh very rred
Mrs Mohn and f; i illy o f St. Helen
I t a b l e , few v yterans of th e Civil Wm burning and land c le a rin g demon
»(ration and If t h e d em onatration * c r o gu ests o f Mr. and Mrs. C. H
a re le ft a niung mi with aurh a apl«:i
iirov«.» Hui'ct-ssf ul that ayatem will 4axton Monday,
did re c o n l aa Mr Aah
Much Interest 1» being taken I n '
Mlaa Alale luimherMon. d a u g h te r of iio u»«d In c le a r i n g land In thia
»«?ct Ion.
the plans f«>r the stum p b u r n i n g '
Mr. and I f r» Chnrlea laimlieraun an«
I'b'<
d
ir
ector»
of
the
v
egetab
le
and
and
land c le a rin g
d em o n s tratio n i
F r a n k Rn niey were m arried T u« dn>
held a which will he held at the P. C. J a j
m o rning at nln«- o'c lo ck hy F a t h e r fruit grower»' aaaoclation
F i a h e r all m« reaidonre
Mlaa Alan m eeting on Monday evenin g a t th' lo b se n f arm next F r id a y m u niin g ;
It la prob-
to get your Farm Machin­
wore a b lack v«dvet dre»a ’ rimmed home o f I* II Lund ' I t wu« decided h< ginn in g at 10 o'c l wk.
ble that many of our f a rm e r s w ill!
with frlng« and waa atte n d ed by h«r .<> call a »ped al m e e tin g o f member,
" t e n d t h e demon»ti'al!on.
ery and get ready for the
ateter, Mia- Klf i L am h e rs o o aa mail and reijueai all Interested In the en
erprlae to meet at E r i c k s o n '» hnli
A P la y e r o f C l a t s k i n l e waa vis:;
of honor.
Mr R i m e y waa attend«,
ui Monday evcnln;?, F e b r u a r y fith
tig on the F la t Inat we k
Spring work.
We have
by hla b ro th e r. Edward ni 7>«»t man
I ill» will he the filial m eeting o.
Mr and Mrs J M B u rk h e a d m i
A d in ner
lie
spring
and
tho
d
irec
to
rs
exprea.
ored
to
P
o
rtlan
d
Monday
and
»p«>nt
just the Farm Machinery
home latSr 'o th e Im m e d iate fami
Ilea, about t h i r t y two m e a t * bcltir i wi»h t h a t all wlll ho pre se n t who he day »hopping
wish
to
m
a
r
k
e
t
th
o
lr
produce
t
h
e
T
h
e
»owing
clu
b
wet
Wednesday
you need. Price right and
present.
T h e groom 1» connected
afte rn o o n and a f t e r the work w a ­
with t h e . I t a i n e y dairy ra n ch , which season.
T
h
e
con
tin
ued
cold
w
e
a
th
e
r
h
a
.
rtime
light
r
e
f
re
s
h
m
e
n
ts
wer
immediate delivery. Make
th e y purchased and waa known '
»«rve«l.
dam aged muiiy hu nd reds of bushel
the Hegel«> ran ch
T h e young folk
if
pututoe»
In
th
e
W
a
rr
e
n
dlstrtc.
A
mong
th
o
se
who
visited
th«'
II
more money on the farm by-
plan m ak in g th o lr hom e t h e r e for
» iho fiimi p enetrated all » h e l le r ex T. B en n e tt home S und ay were Mi :
awhllA
opt
w
here
potato«
house»
e
r
e
huIR
nd
Mrs.
H.
f
r
o
n
k
l
t
e
,
Mr.
Coin
and
'
having the necessary labor
Mra. Bn mpaon e n te rtain e d In hoi
Many I o n » « » have occurred.
ituughtcr Franc« » of
St.
licleti- . I
or o f Mr L u e h k e , th e gu«Ht» Includ
A
c
a
r
o
f
whole
corn
was
unloaded
Mrs.
J
M
B
u
rk
h
e
rd
and
Mr.
Bo!
saving machinery.
ngl the 'ten«’her» and friend» Abom
l.i*4 week at W a rr en , tho flrat sin ce tig o f th e F la t .
t h irt y War
lyroaont
oeforo
the
war
It
c
a
m
e
fro
m
the
Ml«» E ve lyn Olson e n te rta in e d bin
On Sun ay f’rofeat <»r Coffyn nn I
of her friend s in libnor of her I 2 t i
fam ily. p r and Mr». txiren Johnaon middle west.
Mr and Mr». G. Carlson e n te r
birthday Inst S a tu rd a y
afte rn o o n |
Let us figure with you
Mlaa M e n
n«‘»»«.iner were
«1 Inn•• t
laliD-d
Mr»
C arlso n '» »i»i«r from I'he a fte rn o o n was »peut with game,
gueeta at th« home of Mr and Mr»
on
farm machinery.
Fort land on Guuduy.
and dancing
D ainty
refreshm en t
L. O. S m ith of Out S u n n y Hank farm
Mr. ami Mr». F r it z Anlik hr of were served.
Tho»«
present
wer»
Mra. Cl o n l n g e r la nble to b«> mi'
Gobio wer« gu«.»t» at lh<* hom e of tho fo llo w ing ;
F i m a and
Ingrid
again a f t ' • her lllneHM
Boling.
C rystal
B u rk h e a d .
Loi
Com munity C h urch
The
S ab b ath Mr anil Mr». J o h n F a r r on S a l u r
ay.
Maaten, E I hio P ete rso n and Viola
acho o lfser« Ire will
now
atari
at
Sodderherg
1 1 : 1 k . ,*The Inat song of c h u r c h s«r
lla r v « ) A Hat ton, P ro prietor»,
Mr and Mrs. F r a n k W irk s lro n
vie s will Fb«' the flrat aong o f church
D E E R ISLA N D
>f Scapp oose and Ml»» Bessie Sta«
»ervlee a' 1 1 o 'c lo c k , th u s ellm ln at
D E E R ISLA N D, O r e , Feb. 3
Clatskanie. Oregon.
fley o f St H elens were g u ests at lie
I n c tho 1 6 mlnuti'H hetweon »ervlee«
Mra. Philip illm o r e home Sunt.ey.
C. B. a t 6 45 evenin g »ervlee at (S p e cial lo T h o M ist.)
Mr V.mich and l.miily who liav«
7 : 4 k . M r llond will occupy the pul S h a n k ha» o rg anised a chi»» in p.aiio
pit m o r a l' r uml evenin g d u rin g the Instruction having been be»elged l»y
no many parent» to instruct their
month of F e b r u a ry .
The Wh
»some T h o u g h t »
t'lul rh ll d r d i Mr» S h a n k 1» a talen ted
(y o u n g pm iih * dlvlalon of ( h e Sun pianist and tho c o m m u n ity 1» lnd«*««l
day a c lo o i j will give a Martini f o r t u n a t e lo having her here.
F r id a y afte rn o o n about u thou
W ashing"
»upper In the b*cture
ind f'» ‘t o f th e D«>«r l»lund Log
room of t h e c h u r c h F e b r u a ry 22
fro m t t o < p m
A aouthern »up King Com pany'» tra c k wa» torn up
Ju»t west o f town
T h e lest truck
4 4 par will be »erveil by th e young of log» Jumped tho truck unknown
men.
Pl.m to bo t h e r e
T h e pro
to tho e n g in e e r who wu» busy get
ceeda will l>«> used to buy the lot fo
ting up steam for th e approaching
the p a r * « g«-
F R IE N D S H IP AND R E SP E C T , inherent in
Lorlof llln tc h w o rd , o u r L o rle l. 1.» grade. T ho repair crew workeil an
one o f "ill« me tuber» o f the W ill» III two a ni Sal u n lay putting the
lasting business relations, are based upon mutual
m atte GH< « C lub who will e n t e r t a in track Into shape for work and the
u ^ F eb rt«' y I I
Del It« allow Salem
service and a scrupulous meeting of obligations.
w l i t Lori ■¡'a homo town ran do anil
everybody ittnnd the concert
THIS BANK HAS GROWN upon a founda­
Several coni ra c ie r » a r e bidding on
t h e ue w T w ate r work» for our city
tion of friendship and respect.
About ir> bid» uro In and they will
he o p e n c l nt th e r e g u la r m eeting
SP E C IA L IZ E D C U STO M ER S E R V IC E
M o nd ayIrilg ht, F e b r u a r y 6th.
Th«
coneratai " m l c rib work lia« b«*en a«
—is given by this bank, regardless of size or kind of
I ceptad P «l
All Prices
Reduced..,
Hi l l «
lr. a n t l d p .i . mg much
benefit
and
p le aau re H n th e new w ater »yatein
mid every rone I» In te re ste d ami anxl
one f o r H
At t h e m eeting Monthly
night th«- big laeue o f t h e meeting
will p k b u l d y be a gener. I reconi
nrt «idattoi for i l n t» and Ideivalk
It. «IdegL will be wanting the walk
»nd a t m e '» gruih>d b efo re the water
r y t t e m P t u r r l e » them.
T h e brid e a -,d groom were »er»
n a d e d k t a I ' t o h o u r T u e s d ay eve
ntng. 'l l ; « a » done properly If noise
had any
it hut the
young foil,» ull enjo yetl It.
I
T h e p>ll"wlng a re
t lie
Slu denl
Hedy o f ’ leer» fo r Iho now »emostor
t. In«?. V i K .i v
"22; IH
Nine Roacoe, ' 2 2 . eeere
tary , U urn O i l m a n ' 2 3 ; tro a*u ro r,
Irving r lck»on, ' 2 2 ; a t h l e t ic man
agar, W end el« W e a l,
'2 4 ;
fam ily
Mr •
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.Inn W a tte
»«mg leader», for I ho month
ary.
T h la well known duo
I now pop into o ur m orning
ja T hey will bo accom p anied
eltaaem er.
die»' tlle o C lub o f W ill»
b l r c r i l l j r will give a concert
jh« aiiHplee» of the Student
W a t t » A I ’rlco hnll. Sat nr
lin g , F e b r u a r y I I at eight
Tae»e c o lle g e girl» a r e pro
New and Second-Hand
Goods
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Stoves, Heaters, Ranges,
Furniture,
Phonographs-
Washing M«ichines,
torcycles, Bicycles,
Mo­
Ford
account* or the business and social connections of the
holder.
If you are interested in systematic saving: in
paying your bills by check; if you would like to secure
an extra income by investment in trustworthy bonds;
if you are puzzled about some business problem, our
officials arc at your service.
F I R S T N A T IO N A L B A N K
O F HCAPPOOBK
Bug.
We
have
everything
from a Sewing Needle to
a Ford Car. You will save
S. A. Wilson, Pres.
Albert D. Ridgeway, Vice Pres.
E. E. Wist, Cashier
C a p i t a l an il S u r p l u s f . 10,000
t 'n i f « « l S t « ! « «
Central 2nd Hand Store
GUS MARTIN. Prop,
W E S E L L AS LOW AS W E CA N !
T H A T ’S P R O G R E SSIV E S E N S E !
YOU B U Y AS LOW AS YOU CAN!
T H A T ’S COMMON S E N S E !
YOU B U Y OF US!
T H A T ’S D O LLA RS AND C EN TS
FO R BO TH OF US!
Don’t you *.hink this is fair for both of us?
I t .
U O V
Yes!
We Deliver
Telephone 42
Two iTen in
Trouble
A man had i n a u to m o b ile and ho th . u g ht it wise to
keep j u s t a l it t l e gas in his tank .
‘‘W h y buy more
th a n I must use u p ? ” he said.
One day he took an unexpected trip into th e c o u n ­
t r y and his g a s gav e out. He had to call f o r help.
A n o th e r n r n had a bank accoun t and he t h o u g h t
it wise to keep only a lit t le money th e re re ad y fo r his
c h e c k s —- “ W h y should I keep my m oney lying i d l e ? ”
he said.
A special o p p o rtu n ity c a m e to th is man but he did
not have the m oney needed to swing th e deal.
He
a&ked fo r a loan but the opportu nity was gone b e fo re
he was ready to ac t.
M O RA L — K e e p plenty of gas In your c a r and a fa irly
good hank ac co u n t to solve your problems as they c o m “ .
T h i n k it over.
First National Bank
RT. H E L E N S , O R E G O N
M em ber F e d e ra l R e s e r v e Syatem
CH A S. G R A H A M . P re sid e n t
H. A. C H I L D » , C a s h ie r
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Another carload of Mill Feed is due to arrive.
Prices right, the delivery immediate from our ware­
house. You save the cost of E X T R A HANDLING
and get the benefit of our ability to buy in CAR
LOAD LO T S. It is worth while to investigate this
for it means a saving to you. We have plenty of Hay,
Grain and Feed. Let us supply your wants.
Our Grocery Department
Our prices on Quality Groceries will compare
favorably with some of the so-called specials. We in­
vite a comparison of prices and quality.
The market quotations on wheat and flour arc
getting stronger and higher prices are probable. We
would advise you to buy NOW. We have OLYM 1TC.
D R IF T E D SNOW and SW ANDOW N FLO U R.
Just at this time we are making an extra special on
SW ANDOW N FLO U R. $1.75 per sack; $6.95 per
barrel. It is a good buy.
Our Shoe Department
We are justly proud of the line of Solid Leather
Shoes we carry. Several of the best known makes of
shoe manufacturers who specialize in serviceable
footwear.
Men’s All Leather Shoes, in every style $6.00 and up
Women's All Leather Shoes, in every style
$3.50 and up.
A nice assortment of Children’s Shoes at Reasonable
Prices.
D«|M>»liory
money by dealing with us.
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T H A I ’S B U SIN E SS SE N SE !
“The Money Saving Grocer’’
NOW IS
THE TIME
FRIENDSHIP AND
RESPECT
W E BU Y AS LOW AS W E CAN!
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Farm Equipment Company
Business Policy
Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent
J. L. WILLIAMS & SONS
F o u r P r r O n t In t« ra « t nn T im « D«po»lta.
M ERCH AN TS
H OULTON . OREGON
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