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ST H E L E N S . O R E G O N . F R I D A Y . M A V s 11 ..
PA G E SIX
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M AY 13th
p r in g O p en in g
M A Y 13fh
J Ä 1 » !» n O S E , O K K C ÎO rS
meet your friends
THE “SPRING OPENING
IN SCAPPOOSE, MAY 13
PLANS NOW COMPLETE ! Best on the t o s i?
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In the afternoon will he held the
athletic events, consisting of var
ious races, contests, etc., and prizes
w ill he given for tlie winners of each.
Set* detailed list elsewhere.
Next on the program will come
the dedication of the new water
works, ami a water light between two
teams will be an exciting thing for u*
in Scappoose. Also a real fire is to
bo arranged if possible, and we will
get to see the new department in real
Each merchant is giving some spe
Everything is set for the biggest
day ever held in Columbia county. cial bargains especially lor tins day.
All the merchants and boosters in th and it will pay anyone to make the
community are enthusiastic over thi trip to town for these savings alone,
proposition and that is what it takes not to mention the good times for
to make a thing a success. The larg everyone all day long.
Lists of these various bargaius.
est crowd in the history of the town
is expected on this Saturday and also lists of lite guessing contests
many out-of-town visitors will be aud free prizes will be given in an
other column. Each merchant iu ad-
Many features have been planned ilittou to the special prizes, will give
for the day, the outstanding one be adsoluiely free some articles of mer
ing the 59th Infantry Band from chandise to tlie lucky ones iu various
Vancouver Barracks, consisting of 4-' guessing contests. Note the lists aud
pieces will be here all day aud fur try for them.
Besides the several articles to be
nish music the like of which has nev
er before been in the county. This given by the merchants, the Com
band is considered the best on the mercial l lull lias provided lor the ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
drawing of a larger prize by the luck
The first thing on the program will iest person here that day— a $LU.UU
be the raising of the flag on the new laprobe will be given as a free prize
flag pole, aud the dedication of same in this, and all that is necessary to
by The American Legion, at 9:30 ,n secure a chance at it is to go to the
the morning. This will be an impres Saiuiou Garage just uorth of the bank
sive ceremony, and all should come and register your name before 4:3b
p. in. Anyone— man, woman or child
in time to see it.
may register once and all from any
Next will come the base ball gann
family may register, then at 4:30 the
on the school grounds between the
name lo get the robe will be drawn
Music all day by the 59th Infantry Band
Scappoose team and one to lie sc
I from the box— the tirsl name out is
lected from nearby towns. The band
Don't fail to register
will play both before and after the
for this, as everyone is expected to
Dedication of Flag Pole by The American
The tug-of-war between the Scap-
Saturday will afford an opportun
poose huskies and those of St. Hel
ity for the merchants and farmers
ens will take place just before th?
,.nd ranchers of the community to
big community dinner at noon. Both
become better acquainted. The mem
A Big Community Luncheon at noon.
town and country people are urged
bers oi the Commercial Club believe
to bring their lunches and make this
Dedication of the Water Works that have
a big event. The dinner will not all
be spread together, but such partit business men and that the farmers
as wish may go together anil have aud ranchers in this community are
just been completed.
group dinners. Coffee will he served second to none in the world.
free to all who bring their own cups.
A big Community Sale in the afternoon.
proposition the community can grow
At one o'clock tlie community sale stronger and make a bigger, better
will be started, and all who have any Scappoose.
A Ball Game in the morning.
thing to sell are urged to list it with
No one c;in afford, to miss this day
Mr. Niblock as soon as possible. This
Infantry Band of 42 Pieces
to be Here from Vancouver;
Ball Game and Band Concert
in Morning — Communit\
Dinner at Noon — Athletic
Events, Community Sale and
Dedication of the New Water
Works— Dance at Night.
Here All Day
o o o
sale should prove an attractive op
portunity to dispose of all surplus
stock, farm equipment, household
goods, etc. Only good articles will 1»
accepted for the sale— no junk will
be offered. Col. J. \V. Hughes will
be the auctioneer and most people
in the county do not need to be told
that he is an expert along his line
and one of the best to be had.
A Water Fight between two picked teams
mi will hereaftsi bs an annnl
event, and one of the fiigges' days in
, i he year.
We trom this territory expect to
I help adjoining towns in their cele-
j bration of the Fourth, and they arc-
all coming here to he witli us on that
Plan now for Saturday. May 13
anti come early and stay late.
Athletic events in the afternoon.
Perhaps a Radio Concert and a Street
Dance in the evening.
Athletic Events at the Big
Spring Opening, Scappoose
50-Yard Dash — Scappoose City
Messrs Campbell, Watts.
Hackett, Brice. Grant
G rewell. Prize, a big cake.
50-Yard Dash— Commercial club
Catlicart. Niblock and Luehke. Prize
roast of beef.
Winner of each of above to race
Prize, a new cap.
Race— Prize, a i
Young Men's Kaee, age 21 to 30
years— -Prize, silk necktie.
High School Age Race, age 14 to
20 -Prize league baseball.
Young Boys' Race— age 6 to 10—
Prize, baseball bat.
Girls’ Race, age 6 to 12— Prize,
silk hair ribbon.
Girls’ Race, aged 15 to
Fat Woman's Race— Prize, linen
box of candy.
Free-for-all for Women— Prize, a
box of stationery.
Free-for-all for Men— Prize, pair
Special Inducements by All the
Business Firms, Free Attrac
Pho ltlllo fu mil) raine out to spend
tions to Everyone — Special
Sunday with Mrs lïc'cin II.
Events for the Children ami
a Big Community Sale in th?
Tom Callaban ha» arrived home
iront u trip in Br!ti*h Columbia
Afternoon — Spring Opening
lo be .1 Big Event.
Many interesting things for the children.
Scappoose. Saturday, May 13th
This is a partial list of stock and articles
Remember that this fine 42-piece
band will tie here all day and give
11 s music at various intervals which*
will alone make the day worth while
-— and that in addition there will he
imething doing every minute of the
For tho»-- who do not wish to, or
for whom It is not convenient, ar- j
rangements have been made with the I
Ladies' Aiil to serve a fine dinner at ,
the noon hour in Ihe church, and all
who do not ha ve their lunch with
Fat Men's Race Prize, siik tie.
them are invited to attend this din
Tug-of-War— St. Helens Chamber ner. The price is 50c a small sum I
of Commerce vs. Scappoose f'harnber when we remember the fine dinners,
of Commerce. Prize, box of cigars. the ladies always serve. The ladies |
Throwing Baseball for Women
a n very generously offered to giv--
Prize, box candy.
tto- dinner fr*-e to the band boys. |
Ladies' Nail Driving Contest— Box ,md this is very much appreciated
i,\ ; he Commercial <'lub.
of stationery for the winner.
50c a Plate
Iv.-re-ting vi-H'ir- In S< ippoo .
recently were. Mr« Alexander »n.l
!.*-r daughter, Ml«- Edith of ('hehnl «
Ml«* Alexander 1« the
fiance of Wm l.-ubke and I« a for
tn*-r O A c »indent
-bay li«*r*- the ladies v.-i-ri- the him-.-
guests of Mr ti id Mr
glvlrtr a nice
tudmit 1 >dy won l In're und bail
'lay program on llil«
a f t « a fl ,o t.r.to roasting tho "d",;'' » "1
in I > i y I n Ç carien
noo!i at 2:00 p. nj
Don't forget the big baseball game
at 9.45 in ihe morning. The band
will be there and more excitement
! titan you are used to having at -t
Come out early and do not
| miss any of it.
Dinner Served at Church
by the Ladies’ Aid
Number In Jar of can-
beams First prize. Angel Food
cake; Recond, iKIItle grape Juice
' L Coffra i ■ g 11 tu»- il""" **
fKillcv fre,- to (he pe-aon laktt v out
lb*- largest amount of life insurance
In the Equitable rompuiiy on or be
fore May 13tli.
I>rief News Notes of Interest
In the Scappoose Neighborhood
Don't miss these 10 events— they
vill be interesting.
The big Basket Dinner at noon
ill lie held just south of the Watts
r< Idcnce- plenty of pure water will
lie available, also free coffee will be
served by the Commercial club to all
who bring their own cups. Mr. Dun-
can is in charge of this department
Mi; I 15 WIkstrotti and daughter.'
Tin* foil*»* li»g fr* «* pri/.«*s an* of.
Wilson are .it Shepherd's 1* •r«*ct by our buaftii«*»» turn ami th«*r«
..!«• no iritig* wh*l««v**r atturluwl to
il)«< giving *»f fh**m
M:s It \\ Scott lia- sold lu-r tw-- i • in* " 1.1 t ho .spring opi tilnR I m urg» l
All gu«*HMtng mum
lot« in the Greenwood addition ,t-> to try for tlioin
I « tiun«* ln'forr l ISO p in um all run*
U'Hth clow* at that timo uml winner.«
Miss Tipton motored to Htlloborn >
I'ultn Oosfs Sp«M'l»l prier on i 1 mm --
in In r new coupe Saturday lo «pend
rltttrt** 4 .*<* prT potiml for till * day.
the week c-id with her p.-.renta
Il**»* long will a clgurrtn« hurn, light-
Mis Sandstrom. Mr» MacDonald * «I and laid in window? I'rlx«*, jar of
Nutnh«*r of pl**rrn of
land Mr ihre were theatre gii'--is at 100 clgurrtt«*H
* .indy in the Jur
I'rlw, a two ) m » ui »(I
l»«»x «*f choiolal**«
I Monday night.
N**ar* Ht gur.sn of tha
Miss lU>yl<* has hepn *n»*:idlng * v nuiuhrr of |i 111 h in H»** wind*»** I’rUt*,
I oral days in Portland with l»«‘r »l*t«*rt l • » v •• 1 1 y pin eiiMhion, firat; hand mad**
I Mrs Harkn*“ s. who . I«*uvliig thin h.imlk* r« hlrf, M-i itml
I’tiig* llart»rr Shop. Nrarrst ku *' m *
w****k for N«■ vv York
on nuu»l>rr of hruiiH in tho Jar
* fli t. h»»it I«* of huir tonic, arcond.
Mr and Mrs Holland and Kay «»f jar of * Stu * ( 'ombfd."
Newb»*rg and th**ir daughter Ntdll**
Watt .v Kile«» Marchand I n «’ Stor»*:
and h»*r husband of Lluntou sp**ut For vs on»an or glrlt it«*arrHt gu»1*. * of
| Sunday with Mr
(hr nutnhrr t»f yur«lH of rlhhon in th«
v iml*»v* Flrat. f* yard« of rlhhon;
Fir*» d**ntroypd th** general m*»r- »**« ond, - S yurd»
For Men and
j I’handlae »tore of Tony |)** i * c * hi * at Ha) a
N** irrnt ku «* hh vif 11»«* total
| Spltzenhor*: last W' llm* <!..>
it wa-» %**'igl»t of lend« In llio window Firxt,
imrUy ctiv**r«*d I > inauranre.
fr»*#* *hovol, "♦•«‘ond, gardon iuk«*
i’ir t National Hunk Tho unirriit
Th** American l.««glon ** y th«h nu«“ .i un to t hr amount of money iu
• dance wan a nodal * tier«»* hut n > a Jar dihplayed If» th«* hunk Flrat«
j funds wer*‘ realized Th«* Auxiliary $ it 0 »» i a*ih, nrcotld, $2 00 c im I i
DorrlH *‘on f**«*t loncry
| made about $20 on lunches.
prit * h <*(» hook»
np to $1 f.O hiHik*»
Mr and Mm Churl«*» Luinb**rnon for »i;„ t p to « i :.u pennant« (ur
| motored to Seaside Friday for i»v• r H*'ic Neareal gue«» nf the number
First. $1 50 ho!
l the week end
Plaining was good of M r « «
land they kindly remembered their candy, i-rnnil, box nlatiiuiory
Sandmi Garnge: Nearest gue*« a>
li> mlb . ti.,- I hevrolel car htta been
Ftr»l free 30x3 tube; »ec-
H \Y Price and fai iil-
May* r nnd. can t'f ruilhilor cement
Waft•*. Mrs Albert John
llow tnan> tuck« lo
son, Mrs Hetchell. Mi", Tipton, K the window? First prize, $1 :t.'> pair
r Nit,lock pent hi 1 Wednesday eve "f gl"V**s. second, pair of rubber
Jog with Key < || Jo bn »ton and heel* pul on ally time free
'mully In Portland
Mr John >o*i
M, .it Market: Guessing on weight
eft Sunday night for Californio
of platter of welnie»
Prize, n*a»t of
The high school mi'.u:
:ni*n’t «Hin anything In the der way tho printer ha
lioiif the ha i'linli natne that I in! now and I« nahir
l “‘l between Sia|i|ioi' •• liign -re
od the St llelona high team
**• Tho «coro was In favor of
pn oho team, and II wa« a roa!
ThU give* the
At the county gre.de «chonl '*•
io boy* tho rlrht to play for i laia itory eon tent holil at St H«,l,,nt
ty championship In the conn la i Friday oven In ? the ScuppOOV
«elioni content to ho hold 1,f chiMil took both ancond places. 1 1'11
! Ito'inra went to the Allot family
Marporlo Allen tak itK »weond In I'*'1
'•county Itlgli r.int* t, and Itonr.ld Allen
tier next Sat ! Ida entry
"! I " m '
Tin* Bcuppoose Lumber c » i n *■"
ot t In- lit . r it
'*,|PI'1,'K on On- average of i.mro
I,. . ...
’ a carload of lumber per day now
th"lr bttalnoiiM 1« now rapidly lucre«*
Ikin’t forget the
; free laprohe at th<
Fieri otto ¡
here before I ;0 p
¡ '»e given a chance It
j lor lb«- $ 10 tin r„|„,
j given by the rotini
C O L . J. W . H U G H E S . Auctioneer
Mayor W att«’ homo and I
w ill h" open for sch I root »
ibc "Spring o p e n in g "
on Saturday. May 13th
evening laut , ,
The Port It ml Railway, W"
Power company have their line
•ti i'llJ« ynble a - llm ky I’olnt anil engineer« "
wein e ror.Ht, here Fr day riotlilng ta «crvi,
Nearly all line to ScappooM'
FREE! :: FREE!
LA P ROBE
G IV E N
Register at the Sandon
G-ti.ige for a chance at the lucky number.
will l»e held at 4:30 p. m.