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T H E ST. H E L E N S
MIST. V Rt PAV . FEKKl'AK^---------.
Ur l.etuti the veterinary . » Ho lia
Tracy Howe and Kverett Howe of
lot ted In
the St Helens Hardware t'o were In been located
Portland for several days flits week since lust fall, hus accepted u pò -I
attending the convention o f
" tn- lion In one o f the Iurte- veterinari
„ . Chester store proprietors.
The en- lospitu l« In Fortland und will U nivi
e * tire northwest was represented at n the near future to tuke up his
This leaves < olum
« • * * * • * * *
meet me. it was atated. and offi- ,---------
the Winchester clubs from 1 bin county wHhout a veterinary w
I. Frese was a Fort land
the home office were also in attend- the present time, bui lt it , h " " "
visitor Tue ini ay.
I another w ill be Induced to locate
Miss Lois .Tear was a Fortland
' rhe W *i„att'> Foreign M - m t u n ' • - " the near futur.v
lWi4rd Hud- "
■he 8h.'.do* naie
i,i in thu Juulor
l% The «al*
x & rjs fti '¿Sras & rw sstf
COMING TO THE LIBERTY
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
B en efit Public L ibrary
“Cenrad In Quest ot His
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wlll'ltr «I I U H T
" Trapping the Bo. cat."
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performance wan.lay 2
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in transit. Ma ny
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1 «1 luir;« T
T W O SHOWS EACH NIGHT
7:00 and 9:00
Loges, 75c; Adults, 50c; Children, 25c
Matinee Wednesday at 3 p. m.
35c and 15c
..r Lie •y d G<M) rK* '* » u r
p- r ha p
* i oh !» an
«le nt tha t nobi >dy ell»«l b a n k e r *
I for i
“ONE W ILD W EEK"
A Northwest Mount« I
G A R tIH HUGH£J
T H E HUNCH"
III- ri ulitn i | r'«»r h>- ihiltTtm
h lm » If - and (hete le v s 8
dredg of frl
will be gii
nv r’s do< •'
judge of th
be a «endni
ns one of 1
ruled any o
It Is rep.
also n la w >
will be -an.
T h o navy vofr. it •i pitia. Cl
Winter h Not Over
‘Those Athletic Girls."
, sm s
vc scvcial months
ic Springtime comes.
" ,rrn dig i Jinfortably.
and rat ni
Better i’C iires**d
W e have—
SI XVICEABLE C L O T H I N G , RAINCOATS.
W ATI ; k P R O O F
There will he a meeting at Erick-j
aon & Lund hall Monday evening.
February 6, at 7.30 p in., of the
vegetable growers association in the
should be present.
The meeting of the Columbia
which vas to have been held at St
Helens on February 4 has been post
poned to a la'er da’ e. du« Informa
tion of which w ill be given by the
com ty agent’s office.
J. W (D ub) Thorp who has be t
decking on the steamer Tahonta, ha-
resigned that position to accept on
with the Milton Cre. * fo g g in g Co
as one o ' the I m r-m men
"D u b"
was *n the ernpl >v .f
,e c mpany
ft*' several year- a- :
en expert boom m»n
Fritz Anliker. lio- road sap.-rv -»»r
o f the Goble district »■.-- jn
ens Wednesday in conference w ith 1
the county court
the people o f his district were rnuti;
interested in the stump burning an i
land clearing demonstrate
lb to be held on the P. C. Jucoli-.-n
farm near Bachelor Flat on Frida
February 10, and doubtless the’ ,
community would be
Rented at the d- monstration
' Valley ni the Missinj';
* T iha t a « ’ ¡fie“1 a d ì In ' h * Miai
Ml % S k I I • « \! u>>
Five Hundred Columhici County Kitrmers
Joined the FARM BURRAI
D O U B L E BILL]
A n musing .ini|
ni*»i«.u«s i»ni«Klion »»f liirMt-nr«* h , ♦
vwlihh ih«* star « n«!»-*,■«. h» r». If
rvi ry fan.
ih n h
VV a III» o f thn Mllt«ill
don fra*: t> t«’i| |iuaii|i«Mi In
rhft M ■ »• 1 i h
« p i » ■arAnr«"
on a c* >al or w h l t «
h did U kft
rk a,t\ d ina ci « «4
>r o f (h**
church haa 1
• i l.o m ln c d
i*nfi a m «» at t i p i a r a n iCf*
H AH K lk \ Y _
rK iiN v i
Saturday Night, Fek k
J l . « r » n i » t hr» pr r>u<1
-o r 4«f \ n>'w i a :
ht*vr«•Inii i n u r i n g
Il W AS
\t*\ ri«l lu> h n¡ Mm.
i vi i) by th«* ( p«*l ititi' 1 Aut
lì “ Deception,'' the picture unforgettable. Dire tul l.v | rn.-«i
l.ubitscb creator o í "I*a««loti” and “ t.ip«y Itlixx]."
U P ."
Mrs. W. B. McKay of Fortland J
was here Thursday for a short visit
with her p: rent*, Mr. and M 's Ja
cob George and her sisters, Mrs. E
A Rutger and Miss Amy George.
Rev J F. Clancy returned from
the Neh: lem district yesterday where
he had beeu on a visit to his par
ishioners and also holding services
at the Birkenfold church.
Mr, and Mrs. H ( T h ’ rman
daughter Miss Frelda of
Saskatchewan, Canada, are here on
a vLsit to Mr. and Mrs. Georg-- Perry
Mrs. Thierman is a cousin of Mrs
W E S T SI
I'ntlrr niih|il»« s o f Ihr St. 11 firn *
W<>m in « I luh.
• t il \ nnoum ■* in* r»i »
UlM-rty Bov O ffice will lx- open Tuesday and M -dne~Uy
afternoon, 2 to 4 for «ale o f li. get»
Buy early and
avoid the crush.
r ii" f
IT I - U \ \
Y YORK IDEA ’
<! A ll in a |M«igrajit humitn «tory, moving through «c.-nc« ih it
in color ami '|»l<*n(I- r hf»v» n r w r h.vn
in motion mrtur
Va^r h i - f iii M fs . glitU'i’ing |>a*e.inis. < ha nein.; im .u
Hing «oldii rv— «tu m id o u , «i-tt.tig« <,f palace and batti, »nem
prhvon, in tl.'d ra l nn.| tourney |i,t. Intimale glimp«.-. ,.f , ,, „ n
Titit-r who .m* > »iiikft And
ui»<t r* iin int't r ih» n >»»uth will
itnjo) k « nr»«!’* Amu»*Inn .»nd »h«*4 iv
huiiini! «fo r). < onr.iil in liumAiutv t
**%«*r)on<*'••. Timi * ♦
\*!i) ♦• m t j I kh I) Mill rn jo) diti» pi*- ♦
— IS —
The M i:--- King Hei ry V ili. Tlie m .«t im «. Util,|,- » ,.« r in
llu«liam l i.f «ix wives! Hero o f a hundn-d love«! Fluff
ohi Hal. with Ills rearing langhter, hl« merry paMiine«. hi« in.
irigue« and hi« regal gl «ry.
i Beautiful new crisp pat
F \ I III
V M » V|t)M»AA —
l of I
I ni: M l F k IlF t.IN M N G «1 M* O
i > imi t u t a
si M l V t
PR O G R A M
\ drama that roll« up the curtain <>f time, mid there are Un
loves. the hate«, the Pomp and the |x>wer o f tin- two mo«t r< man
ti« figures ever h .rn.
li - B a s s i — Ime B etejn.
t liln iig hm i «
M inning ;• king, d throning a teuren. <li«ruptlng an empire, «hak
i'lg tIn- entire civilized vvorl.l ih-n going at ln«i » n il le ad .-».« i
to lu*r doom.
A K IN G 'S K IS S , A N D T H E N —
i h Ä i : - * Hd T
VOLU M i
S k T T f-i
A fter a visit of several months in
southern California Mr and Mrs.
Fred Watkins and Kenneth Pratt re
turned to St. Helens Friday.
Miss Jessie Cracroft, o f Roseburg,
Oregon, has accepted the position as
stenographer and clerk in the office
of County Agent Holibaugh.
Mrs. Ralph Ball.
Shafer, Mrs W. E. Clark and Mrs
Albert Adams of 'he Det-r Island sec
tion were St. Helens shoppers W ed
Mrs C. H Thompson and Mrs
W. B. Dillard spent Monday and
books for the St. Helena public li
District Attorney John L. Foote
went to Salem Monday to appear be- !
fore the supreme court to argue the ;
state's side o f the case in the L. Ro-
Rev. S. Dar'.ow Johnson, pastoi of
the Methodist church, motored to
Clatskanie Wednesday evening to at
tend a meeting of the local district
D. H olt and fam ily of Portland
have moved to St. Helens where the>
plan to make their home permanent
ly. Mr. Holt is the son of A. H. Holt
o f this city.
For a good meal come to the
Bungalow cafe. Special fam ily din-
ner* served on Snudays .rom 12 to
u il frnan1'
Har-iu Bearer* transact! I bus
tary I . at S :M o'clock (iv eyt,i(ru in and you d- yourself in
i es, in Portland Thursday
Asst- tan' bos-' ies. Mrs. t lar i Mil- .
Fifty per cent, o f all such
Mrs Martha O. Hammer s p o ilt'lo r and Mrs F A DUott.
#r„ a u w d by eyeatr In.
Saturday s ' 1 ->unda' In Portland
Leader, Mrs A J Hoi Thompson’s sci ntific examination-
S jtu r y
' „ i a tra n ce d ' liagworth. A ll women interested In 1(.N(,ul tb)< MUM,. Consult him Mat
Attorney John I
, ihe work of miBslons are cordially urtjay, February 11. Oread la Hotel
legal business in Portland *'»tur,‘“
Ketel, the contractor, w -
until 4.00 p
was I The many friends of Commissioner
a bus t.i 9 s visitor in Goble Wedoe
meet at the homo o f Mrs. J. L S to ,
Mr. and Mr« David Davis of For
* ' • were Sunday
guests of Mr.-. An- .r(p‘
Mr. sad Mrs. H. G
spent Thursday risttiug friends in
Closed Shop.” Mrs D Smith: ‘ Hus
Miss Harriet lloss had rs he. ^h e county court is in session,
isian Music," Mrs. J W Day-
guest for the week end Miss Grace
County Agent Hollbaugh left on
Wednesday afternoon for Fortland i
Mr and Mrs. 8. C Morton and
Coey of Portland.
_ Mr. ___
»red to Por
and Mrs. G. A. Boyd of Fort where he » i l l join a delegation o f Miss Marion Morto
land spent the week end in At Hei- extension work experts and Journey land Friday evening to attend tie
ens visiting friends
] Corvallis Kn route they will stop graduating exercises
F w ist and D W Frice, cap- «t several places
and give demon- high school. Carl Rogers, nephew ol
Uftlists' of Scappoose.
transacted stration work.
The tour w ill take Mrs Morton, was a member of th-
:n several places in Multnomah graduating class which niiniber« d
business in St. Helens Tuesday.
Clackamas, Linn. Lane and Benton i l l and ho was one of the twenty
Take an endowment policy to help
Cal! counties and the
final session and five graduates who were "lionorar
your child through college
demonstration w ill be held in Cor-1 graduates" having made excellent
Golden Starr Scott. 53-J.— Advt.
I averages In every study_____________
Mrs E. Bjorkland o f Fortland wa„
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. Car.son
at their home in Warren Sunday.
Sherman Miles, president o f the
Columbia County bank, was a busi
nesB visitor in Fortland Saturday.
Arch Duncan, salesman for th>.
FieMhouse Motor Company was a
business visitor in Fortland Wednes
Mrs. Edward Ketel who is teach
ing school near Clatskame cam-
home to spend the week end with hei
Oscar Lindber^ who resides in tht
Clatskuuie section of Columbia coun
ty, was a business visitor in St. Hel
Mrs. Fred Effigner and Mrs. A r
thur Low ell o f Baker. Oregon, were
the guests o f Mr. and Mrs. George
A. E. Harvey, the Clatskanie ma
chinery merchant was in St. Helens
Wednesday attending the meeting of
the county court.
Professor C. L. Coffyn, principal
I F il i l i A IO 7-H
o f the Scappoose school, was in St
Helens Tuesday and a pleasant call
er at The Mist office.
PRESENTED UNDER AUSPICES O F S T . H E L
Mr. and Mrs. W illiam Muckle and
ENS WOMAN'S CLUB
Mrs. Peter Brakke and children of
Portland were Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob George.
Mrs. J L. Storla entertained at
dinner Sunday in honor of Mr and
Mrs. G. A. Boyd of Portland. Cov
« AST <»l 7.1 mm ) PLU S' »> «
t-rs were laid for twelve.
'« W E isS S S
;« numl>er of pairs of—
BECAUSE THE Y
W ER E CONVINCED
W O U L D GET RESULTS.
fiTHE M E R C H A N
O k G A N i Z . ;j
El FOP r
HFAVY WORK SHOES
T H E L U M B E R M E N JOIN T H E L U M B K I
'.PM E NS ’
To Get Result* for i hemselvei
'Mt;inal prices on these heavj "nd
' rviceable shoes ranged from $5 00 to
t THE FIVE H U N D R E D COLUM BIA
FARM B U R E A U B E C A U S E T H E Y W A N T
• T H E FA RM B U R E A U R E P R E S E N T A T I V E W : L L CALI. ON YOU
HIM A L L T H E Q U E S T I O N S Y O U W A N ,
TO A B O U T T H i
™-"0 l,er pair.
Better take a«1vanta„e
of these bargains.
COLUMBIA COUNTY FARM BUREAU
E. M . H E L O N
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