Image provided by: St. Helens Public Library; St. Helens, OR
About St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933 | View This Issue
F R I D A Y . M A K C H i. IT'-'
r t lóese li. a furnier o f the Oi*-
"««tie ,, u
Word comes from Sat, Francisco hle nelglila.rliood « a s in St ¡ l « U n i
NOTICE TO iTtKIHTOIW
Frits Anliker. the road supervisor
(hat Mrs Harry Wilson a ho has Moitdav to pay his taxes In addition Day" in Colu.nl, ,
* " "flu
I of the Goble district, »u s in Si Hel lu the Conni) tXiurt of the State of I....» seriously HI is now much bet ,,, |„. .,,ute» hat peeved by «he high to tilge
the r „ ........
ens Wednesday to transact road mat
Ortgun, for Columbia Count).
ter and uble to sit up.
\|, lie. , It »a s quite wrought
^ « «*1,
t e r s with the county court.
M IS T M I S T I N G 8
recovery Is looked for
up oyer haying been charged I I for U(l m« U,.
,|„ i , ,
¡ V " * '‘
In the Matter of the Estate of Anna
ml i 11 Uh of his « hinkt rs t |,,, schools or
Miss Grace Howell spent Monday
Miss carta Mackey of Portland
• • • « * * • • * * * *
¡in Portland. She represented tHe St
■ Miai I.........IM
Notice is hereby given that the un
lie has lived III I he Uobta
Helens telephone office at the tele
Mis- M .'key formerly f ,
Bungalow for oysters.— Adv.
dersigned has been appoint si A d ” Kit,lui
phone convention in Portland.
„.qghborhood for Hie |.*u« 32 years
Bungalow will sure treat
ministrator of the estate of Anna attended the St Helens high school
hers ____________ ________ - ■
1 • 1 friends
Mr. Harold Broughton and daugh Lange by the above entitled court and lias
Mr and Mrs. Alfred George and ter. Emily Jane, of Portland, are and has qualified as such
tpending several days here as the sons having claims against said er
family spent Sunday in Portland
guests of Mrs. L. J. VanUrshoven.
tate are hereby notified to present
Martin Hoven of Goble was a busi
the same, duly certified, as required
ness visitor in St. Helens Tuesday.
Judge John Philip went up to
' « ! STORKS
bv law. to the undersigned at Scap ♦
If your wife can't cook don't di Portland Saturday night to attend poose. Oregon, within six months o
vorce her. Eat at the Bungalow.— the shrine meeting and see .■ class * the date hereof
of 176 walk the hot sands of the,
Dated and first published March 3
Why Eat Home? All you can eat Shrine desert.
at Bungalow Kesiaurunt tor 30c.—
Mrs. H. E. La Bare and daughter 1!* Hi
Harriet were in TiltwiuooK Sunday on
Mr. and Mrs E M. Helon aud a short visit to daughter and sister.
child speut Sunday with relatives in Edrie La Bare, who is one of the JOHN L. FOOTE. Attorney for Ad
teachers in the public schools of the
Miss Winnifred Melliuger had as city which oln > s mud.- i.I’nou
her guest Friday, Miss Flavin Mills
Miss Alma Wyss of Troutdale is
the guest of her sister, Miss Lillian
Wyss this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nauman and
« "i,k i'"rr
s..,rcs'’.71«T iw '«-..*'? ,»V ' ù . E ' w Ì 1
family and Halite Heacoek motored
arging .............. .Cl....... , gi.
, 2 ¿ 2
to Portland Sunday.
1,1,1 ^ 11 ' 11 “
, ., ^ „ ww u,s
I hm li klnil-s
i > ^
The Standard Bearers organization
g r e a t . - i drawing » « » • •
* • ' ................ . .........
i s Irent.sl milk. . . ........... ' 7 j +
............................* ............ •>"'
¡ f t
met Wednesday evening at the home
tin other fellwW
ft Mow - - g g ......
- . 1 » or
' ad i ,
e l l ml "f r .........hcr
...... . ,
of Mrs. Albert Burchant.
..... led are
are * g.sNl
hike ..... entire
...... . *",r w««h y»u ..
> ««"■ quol.sl
- h I Frida,
“ util ten tur) More anywheres
daughter Maxine have returned front
an extended visit at Salem.
Miss Mary McKinley, o f Portland,
was a guest of her sister, Mrs. Orin
We adv,sate this kind of purchasing. If )oU waul all ) » u r thdUr's value.
Shepherd over the week end.
Miss Carrie Elbertson of Portland
spent Sunday as a guest at the home
cr. am Rt lit d Ou
' " r‘ -
of Dr. and Mrs Edwin Boss.
Miss Harriet Ross entertained the
Split l eft#. Dry Green ! ’>•.»*. Faucy Blu« Rose Rice, J P o u n d « ..................... 25«
members of the high school orches
tra at her
home Monday night.
A story of thorough’ reds— men, women and horses.
Miss Halstead visited Monday at
Rainier high school, a holiday beiug
Orlon», Oregon ■>: , g
A wonder-girl fighting great battles with rifles, pis
I. \ GDI N Ni I DM
NVw I*a* V .Shrimp,
declared in her room for the occas
medium »U. : It,
cun*, each . . .
tols and wom an's weapons.
Ccntry Sture» » hen yuu think
Miss Barie Bross and Merrill Hoi
I»rg» and juicy.
Argo Corn :' arch, full pound
Seed* » r « th«
lingsworth of Portland motored to
(■kg Die. or 3 for
No need to
St. Helens Friday and were guests
M It t)' M«al, p ckat:*'
I take ehe nee*
IIID M i ' l »
of Mr. and
Golden w.'-t Bird Sued
Portland lit m 1 0
Mrs. John Strauge and
Sterling Jam glass butti" hold
Full pound package • < Dn
sons of Portland spent Sunday as the
they «old un I20*i airy Hruoa* 1
lag on« and one-half pounds
»>> that w « run » II at half imu I
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gill.
net pure Ja m . «snorted fla
Minatoti String B>*«n»
ThD i piendtd Hr a.» I
Mr. and Mrs. H J. Southard. Mrs.
vo r» . . .
¡ 2 **'
good eating. 2 ran« . . .
Thomas Isbister and Mrs. Edwin
P t«h «n « Pngraded Pea»
De! Munt« Grated Pin npp!"
Ross motored to Portland Thursday
Comb Honey. 12 inr«« or
No 2 can» . .
Mrs. J L Campbell of Clatskanie
spent the week end in St. Helens,
Large Shopping Bag*
Oe»t> Marmalade. 1Î o f bot
the guest of Mr. aud Mrs. H. E. La-
3 Pttund Cun f ‘r!«co
ile*. splendid <iuall!y
2 O t i n e « ran G o l d e n Wag
Pink Salmon, 1 lb ran«
The Misses Isabel Hamilton and
(fheup for rat meat anyway >
Dorothy Graham of Portland spent
Eat pure foods and keep your health, spend your
Saturday and Sunday at their re
I )M L X U
(To the Limit
D o lla r
LIBERTY THEATRE, Saturday, M ar.4
PAULINE FR ED ER IC K
I K GOODS BUYING
Two Kinds of Women
Some New Market Prices on Everyday Goods
See this Great Picture of *he West
Health Is Priceless.....
Mr and Mrs. Fred Christy and
family from Astoria motored to St.
Helens Sunday and spent the day
Mr and Mrs. A. T. Laws are
spending the week at Camas. Wash
ington, where they are the guests of
Mr. Law's brother.
Thompson's motltod of eye ex
aminations and his system of glass
fitting and you will readily gee why
you can find comfort and satisfac
tion here, when, possibly, you have
failed to do so elsewhere Consult
him next visit. Saturday, March 11.
Orcadia Hotel until 4:00 p. m. 12t2
For Week Beginning Sunday, March
5, with Sunday .Matinee at 2 p. m.
money for Q U A L I T Y G R O C E R I E S and M E A T S ,
not for questionable foods just because the price is
a few cents lower.
W h a t does it profit a man if he saves a few cents on
his grocery bill and pays out Dollars to the doctor?
T H O M A S M E IG H A N
“The Frontier of the Stars”
Columbia River Meat Co.
Roy s for Saturday
Campbell’s Soups, 2 c a n s ................................... 25c
H tR O l.D LLO YD COMEDY
Pallie Colored Review.
H ot Sauce, 4 c a n s ............................................
Aunt Jemima’s Buckwheat Flour .................
“A L A S K A ”
or L ib b y ’s Milk
V s C lflS
Come to the store says Dollar Bill, "to sec what I ’ve got ready for Spring—
an ; the oest of it is that you will be m re than satisfied with what you’ll lind
Goods have been bought at the new. low market prices— the whole place
is fi led to the eaves with real "thrift” merchandise brand new, spic and span
You will enjoy lookin.; it over— anti the prices are certain to please
surprise you. C me soon, please— see the many w onderful things we
have among our—
New Offerings for Spring
R EM EM BER — Continuous per-
formante Sunday from 2 fo I I . ¡fi.
until fl o'clock. "Possession" is a big
Crepe has just arrived.
Tlo U«v mg a
Iti» tau h«
(ir olii* ot
.»( »thhG olia
Hall*" h» «ho I
»1 »"rvit" «*
ili tu') ho l»
tlot lor hn-atl
re la li * * «o
tur th« » " I
K , ,
•l in ialiti
lb « *|
Itati» a lo !
.llt*l I '
Il H. *1 •
ton l’Io»«' uni II
T**X ä « Wedi
ul servit <• f!
1 all 1, cat 1 h
• vomiti vY.«r
k r k . 1! >f (he
r ami k«HVp]
il»*» pr«n'i ‘ in
1 .in<l a »«cia
\ I...!* <« r u l
s u » It «•k
t<» h.tvi Hurt
T I» ■ In*»
Puri o f th« «
,i • :
1 • i V - red i »
! V OUIIK Ladle
¡MHII* Of II.
1 i 111- *luy m
«li V l ■ ¡0u nisi
;»I d at pm
P u r * appo ii
pii**'»- ip ro
|t'*. ,f I hrro
vs h«*’ . !,«*i‘d*nl
111 L E N S 1
ity imported Japanese Crepe. 32 inch
Chili Con Carne, 2 c a n s ..................... 3 5 t
Red Ribbon Maine Corn, per c a n .....................25c
I'ongee Bloomers, Jer-
seY Bloomers in
L ib b y ’s Asparagus, 3 large cans ................. $i.oo
white and black.
Children's black sateen
VES, W E D E L IV E R — P H O N E 42
HHORT S l I U K f T :
Makes a Match." Pathe News.
" B I L L Y J IM ”
Story of a Wyoming entile ranch in
which this com ed ian anti dare-devil
You'll shiver with apprehension
when Fre<| Stone defies death: you II
shake with laughter at his innnitatdr
Hee this roaring »ale of a Ixvman
and an ini|>etus girl in the wild, un
»111 U" h"ld
11 osier y
P ig ’s Feet, quart jars ........................................ 6 5 C
L ib b y ’s
in very pretty colorings, French and
English Imported Ginghams in de
sign ar.d colors such as we have nev
er seen before. Exquisite color com
binations for summer apparel.
Produced (.j |»rof. la-wis, who will
l>e present in |>erson.
H A T IH D A Y —
Pan-American Picture Co.
| «lui .*<»»' *l, M
THl'KsDA Y-t RIDA Y—
— I ’resent a—
_j oh Uomo ti|
W e Give Satisfactory Free Delivery Service
16 Pounds Cane Sugar ..............................
St. Helens, Ore.
la i volli 11110*-'* '
l yl „• •"*"
T »i„l .'"lu G a t
Particular People Purchase H ere— W e sell Groceries
and Meats that don’t come back to Customers who d
The man had .sprung from tin
gutter. Gangster, gunfigliler, spawn
of a great city's -loms. The girl, an
invalid, live»! on u roof-top. IP-low
her, the roar of the world. Above
tier, the stars, the infinite Blue ,uid
the God of Iter innocent faith.
One day the man. pnr-msi t.jr po.
lice, rushed Info her lonel) life.
Wliaf comes after THAT— your lie«it
will cherish always.
C E N T R A L L Y LO C A TE D IN TH E W E L L IN G T O N B U IL D IN G , T H E STRAND j
W e Guarantee Everything W e Sell and
TUESDA Y-WKDN IJsliA Y—
Special—Sugar $6.25 Sack
with an International All-Star t asi
An hour anti a half of tin ills, ro
mance, surprise anti adventure«.. A
golden-hued romaine that sends Ha-
fires of youth coursing in the veins ot
age. l ilted with smashing climaxes.
MONDA\ O N L Y — "Last Days of
Pompeii." by St. Helens High School.
C. R. H A L L B E R G , Proprietor
M N NETT COMEDY :
Nell s Tussle." Industrial Keel.
) U*K •
rw al»i»»l‘‘ l‘ *» "
Prices Guaranteed Good Friday and Saturday
The cost of living is down where you can afford
pure foods and thus keep your health, which is price
SUNDAY O N LY—
“P O S S E S S I O N ”
ri'gu lu r
t olii more lui
Ut/ & Dunn’s
| ) n V ’V
11 ' " I U
Men and Boys
M«t I i i m I I h I
terns and all
1 with Mot
’■ 'l.tx aflprnti
et* la Ih« af
*»f III*' s w l«
t" ' III Hit(| |
h<1 ■ 11 • 'H lo al
1 a/a i whirl
*' i li" tint« t