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VOLUME X L I
1 0 1
SI'. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 16,1922
OF SUNDAY SCHOOLS
IN THE SECOND GAME
DEER H U N TE R S
Beginning I liunday of thin week
the t olumliiu t ounly ilunday School i
William Brown, chief deputy in 1
uaeocianon opened a two day
' olumhia county for the Htate gam-;
vwiillon In tlie Method 1 church of
warden, in apparently as much of a
f n*r to Su< < < < m | h . I*;. I »a Ilare if»
ria y tm Hit li.i11 II.ml .»ml Til«*
T ill« In th ill vi uul «»vom
1 thorn in the Hide of deer hunters out
Il* <ìioM»ti — K<*v«*ral I aii fll fla lf "
of the HNKorhitlon
I |» Ituiis While MaxiiM*y«T Allows I of season as Sheriff Wellington is I
among the evaders of the Volstead
There I h a good attendance from all ! MtniiioiMMl m ul M u d i Inlfn-st is
Visitors Scat h i «*<! Hits — lloim- I act.
•Sheriff Wellington Run» lo Barili a
mrat t<> inn
i ' « m » u » i « * i - Sunday «clioola in I e , , u m j and al,
T<aiiin Shows liii|>io\t iiif-iit.
and I Camouflag'd Still Near HcappooM*;
prepared f,,, 1
u.-niil 1'Irorl e r — T h in k » I 'l l »
¡' lark took in W. L Brown and Neil
Hie ocean Ion
Tlmrhduy evening U|,
bound in f'loverly Concealed Tent
UHI Iimpili l>) Miii'li M< «"uro.
Wei born o f the Apiary section on a
informal banquet »im .,eiv«d hy tie 1
Monday night at the »chool uudi
ludlcM of (he Sunday nlioola of .11
I " t e r mined to make up for their cliarge o f killing deer out of season.
in K mim I i — T wo Taken in Week.
Hyiuouth Hull In I he 1 on 1 " ,riu'n there will he the annual ingloriouK defeat on Sunday, June 4 I hey were brought to St. Helens and I
«poned charter Helena
when Hamier took the game away ¡entered a plea of guilty to the charge
«uuld oui pu er gregutloiial ehureh
llreeior to nerve for tlnee year» Is from them after it hud been won, before Judge Bhilip. They each con-|
udì»*’ » ' » 1 1
T h o « » aaalgned topic, ,,n the oro
Sheriff Wellington, assisted by his
n person to
I» - -1
• Ï C eouiirll
W U II» "
the player» on the HI. Helens team irihuted $50 and costs for their over- dry squad, Judge White and Lleputy
^ , |||„
a ffa ir » o f HI
,f h m uffMtrN
St gram for th « two day»' kch M ph are ,'lerk
went Into the game with ClatHkanle weaning apptlte for this particular Harry Hadfield, run down a moon-
io Ilio attention Kdward June». W Tull. \jr„ Kal(. 1 for two lerniN, I n the retiring dire,
Sunday afternoon at the local park kind of meat
rry, hr Kdwin Ho-., Miss Azalia
-h.ne still 111 the scappoo.-e neign-
I K i h, inni il, editor o f the
hrimful of pep
lv Y , limi.
W ednesday the^deputie« threw out, t,or hood Wednsday, which for a cam-
! " r he wrote Mayor t onyern, Miss Burl lift Lewlson, v I in . will not lie a candidate for re-elei
" R u b e " 'heir dragnet and gathered in
In four i ouflagcd proposition had anything
l¡¿l (I. r. • • « 111 K letter, which bred Adam». Kulph larhell. (draant "o n
lie lia> nerved the school dltt Maxmeyor, the southpaw star liurler I ,,lore violator« of the closed season along tliis line backed o f f tlie boards
W all», M i»» Itutli ItalMted, Klorem •>
r ii* M
h I x years, of the local team, to do mound duly l,n <leer slaughter.
The parties were the sheriff has run into during his
l.urnon, M in K HJorkquist, Hev A
scut Hteele, an 'from the same section of the county checkereai official career.
W llond, Mrs A I. Clark. Mm Id, - efficiently and full hfully and t>< and Manager Bristol
Hun Edil"» H ii II uk I i . Muyor,
other southpaw to the mound to do and gave their names as Feter Man
W a n », Itev It A Weld and Mia»
Sheriff "D u k e " is acquiring quite
lit Urion». 11 rettoli
up the work
tis, Oris, Homer and W alter Kellar a rep as a locator of moonshine
tin hurling for Clatskanie.
¡war Sir •'
Mr» Frank George 1» the present
The first three batters who faced These hoys certainly had no intention brewing plants, and a little stream of
Al the evening s * mh I oii on Thura-
«(ioni ion i I mi « movement 1 «
I 10 my n
day an IlilereHtlng addre«» win mud« - I rk and tia.H held that ponltlon for "H u b e" went out in order, one of of going on a hunger stiike, as their the cheerful fluid that apparently
It I h unlikely »|,H them hy the ozone route. Steele was trusty rifles had netted them three trickled in from Seappoose way led
MacCuoglioy of cveral yeuTH
the voter it rotti in U h I o i i - hy hr Chari«« w
will have any opponltlou in the event wild in the first frame and issued deer— two bucks and a doe.
They him to believe that a "stiU " existed
Bortland, and Mm 1. It Itulherford
'hat nlie ronnent ■ iO allow her name transportation
and had gone to the trouble of pickling up that way. In company with Judge
sang a very pli'anllig ho I o
to go hefore the meeting
Calhoun hit a hot one to and otherwise curing the meat for W hite and Deputy Hadfield he vis
The convention will close today
It I h likely there will he a content • he short patch. The bull took a had future use, hut Deputy Brown with ited Dutch canyon with tlie view that
(11* »pen » ’ e| in tho ill root ion of and at rhe afternoon session lt<*v A
I bnW gontrnuf ut
for director, and In all probability hound over the shortstop’s head and a hardness of heart that an officer a careful »«arch of that locality
know, ut the prl W Bond will »peak on "The 1 liurch there will he
candidates McDonald scored while Holmes ne acquires by long practice confiscated would reveal a moonshine plant. In
and the Youth of Today."
1 row an authoritative source it is gotiated
Howe the entire lot.
this they were not disappointed, thelt
learned that the name of Thomas K e whiffed hut Steers aame through
The culprits entered a plea of be -earch finally bringing to light a
el will lie presented
Mr Ke'el 1 » with a single through the pitcher’s ing guilty, and Judge Fhillp raised well-equipped still in full operation.
after a ca Hip ulgn tinctured
\s it neighbor huv
ROADSTER TAKEN • he foreman ,>f the Columbia Couu box scoring Holmes and Calhoun and the ante on this bunch because ot
The find was made on Frank Hill's
la, | 0 Blew lint I lie wtlllio problem*
' ly Lumber company mill and has a when the hall got away .rota the their wanton slaughter of so many place on South Soappoose creek. Two
mJ the tain» ppot t unit lu i, M Hul
1 number of friends who would like to centerfielder the fleet-footed Steers and a doe in the bargain, fining each men, John Fuir and Steve Kovlc,
1 . 11 st b rldny Hpeedc,,p I lav I* Ihrew <•■« him elected director
mu I am aur* . a ill »(Miner or later
mude the round of the bases and of them $100 and costs. They paid were found with the »till and laced
has I knmi
turn» M 1: 1 .une declNion a» ha* up th « stop signal to the driver of u Mrs Albert Bureham
scored. Couyers was an easy out the fines and will probably confine under arrest. While Hill disclaimed
iggi ifed u .1 tadldata and haa , from short to first; Fill was safe themselves to slab bacon in future. all knowledge of the men's opera
.idoria. naunl' that the old finin- nifty Batch roednter that wa
r.lmasli i> iti-
I n h handicap that ping .off the mlleH along 1 In higliway -irong following, and should she lie on an error of the shortstop and
tions. he was nevertheless arrested
•’"tween here and Ine-r Inland havls ¡nominated It 1» lertaln that she will tole second and scored when tla- “RED” HILL TO MEET
u iinm-ccK it r >
and later paid a fine of $ 10 0 and
The illuatlon in Astoria. Iiy reu Inqul»llIrenes» brought to light
r" H e a nunibei of votes and stand i.arino drove a single over second.
Tlie judge evidently figured
torn of a totally Inadequate form of cargo of booze that would put to .1 good chance of tielng elected
that the knowledge that a still was
Maxtieycr scratched a hit and made
l ■*,*min*■ nf 11 d an urohalc charter, shame the »lock carried tty many of
A number of voters have ¿ske<| tirut and tlien purloined the second
in operation on his place was worth
had heronn ' .peratu, what with the thirst emporiums In the John J W I my to allow his nani" to be station and (lubarino scored when
$ 1 0 0 , and perhaps have a tendency
manifested in the athletic exhibition to cause Mr Hill to look his farm
presented hut It apiieurn he Is not I'skila
tain mount . '••udlly. thu ludeht Barleycorn age
The man at the wheel, William j Inclined to do so
Should he eon- grounder. McDonald was out trying ¡scheduled for The Liberty on next over occasionally and ascertain Just
elnm »rowing to huge proportion«,
j Thursday and Friday evenings be what kind of produce it was turn
etit, however, it Is certain that he to steal second.
the mum il
each year Held, he gave a« I " » name, had t wen
tween shows, when N'orbeck. world-
I 6 iiu«atnl‘ d d n r « more than the ty i'a»es of real, honest to goodne ] will have a large vote and likely be
< latskuiwe scoped two runs in
famous strong man and wrestler, of-
dty'i Inron,. Inefficiency rampant, whlnkey »towed away in the hack elected
Judge Fhilip handed out a fine of
their half of the second frame. Con
Several other candidates are be yers drove a single to center hut Me-
.f '!• municipality he
J'500 to Fuir and $400 to Kovic. In
ing mentioned but the political wat Uillivra}' forced him
111 admlnlntc ■ I by »even different
default of payment they are both in
(oomlMilona mil ta* levying bodies dent that he had brought the goods ers are so smooth that It Is difficult "R u b e" gave Van a free ticket to , dollar for each minute he remains jail, but friends are endeavoring to
to »'ate Just who will he candidates. first.
with abaolutely no « « -ordination or
raise the money to liberate them.
Geary hit a hot one to Fill
It is certain, though, that a number who made a had throw to McDonald in " R e d " Hill, who will meet Nor- All three of the men plead guilty
"I with money being was For'land hound
Ilia appearance before Judge Phil ,f names will I» presented and It is i and McGilllvray scored.
duuipairl 11 . t ugh waate, dtiplbvt
to tlie chaige of manufacturing
. (hut would npell ip netted the county treasury a total apparent that more than usual inter nerved " R u b e " who stuck a fast hall 'that
Uon ind n>
11 y i>rlvale ourpor of I'.OO, together with costs all of est Is being taken in Hie election
In his search for the still in ques
on Colvin's ribs and tlien walked
ens man will give a good report of tion Sheriff Wellington waded the
which lie pahl and went on Ills wav
Tlie present direoiors are. If K Steele, forcing a run
I'skila fouled himself
f course, familiar with If n«i merrily at least li ponder on I.allure, Charles C.niliam and Dr. Kd- to Mclkinald and K Larsen took
creek for quite a distance, when he
In addition to this feature there left the crek and look a dim trail
16c famlamental provision» of th« tho fate of booze runner In Coluro- i win Ross, and Hi*' latter two will three healthy swings at the pellet
hold over. Mr Graham's term expir and went to the bench.
which led him to a big lug that had
| til« Banagcr plan Briefly put II blu county.
ing next year and Dr Ross' the year
UkM the rlt) idmlnlHlratloii out of
Ht. Helens made one in their half
aroused his suspicions and further
(Olitlcs and place. |t of) a bunltieas
| of the second, when after two were
investigation revealed a small spring
bua. 'hr -ame as a private corpor
down Howe walked, stole second and
with a garden hose leading from it
scored on Steers double to center.
it:« with .1 paid executive in au
PO PU LAR COUPLE
through the brush. The sheriff fol
tbortt.i and charged with renpoiinl-
u/L’ t w t t ' r * tiM .'tv x iL ’ C i i A vi 1 latskanie went scoreless in tlie third
W E D D L D W L D N E S D A Y ' linl Sl Helen, registered three tal
lowed the hose line which brought
blBty for r.'-iilt» anwwnrahl* to n !
him to a neatly camouflaged tent,
Steele could not locale the
board of directors (the rnnitnl»aliin 1 1
and inside o t said tent the booze fac
*60 are elected t,v th « »lo c k h o ld e r» 1
In the presence of Immediate rel plate and walked Fill and Gabarino.
It centralize« control; Goael Frogram Given from Start to atives and a few close friends. Miss Maxmeyer Hingled scoring Fill and l our Cargo«*, Ship|x d to California; tory was merrily working away. Fuir
and Kovic were on the job and the
tail absolutely ellmlnntne th « old
Finisti— Junior t loiiilanqoa lu Anna M tjufek. daughter of Mr. and Gabarino »cored when I’ skila lot a
T w o JaponeM' Steamers in Fort sheriff lost no time In joining the
throw get away from him.
»ra.tlt* of puHNlng the buck
boys up with bracelets.
The busInoN of a city 1» o f large ^ stri«, five and Bnlertalnlng— Kn- Walker, were united in marriage meyer taking
l,«u(ling Cargo*-** for Japan and
was completely covered with brus.t
bu*ln «*» \ tcrtainmcnl t .niing Neal Year
Wednesday afternoon The ceremony when McDonald hit one too hot for
and was located in rather an in
Tw o Coaster» for California.
method» and huntne»» policies oh
was performed by Rev H Dai low Hteele to handle.
accessible place, and its discovery by
tala It 1 » In i' dhb* to give the tax
Johnson at the tj'ilck residence A f out stealing anil Holmes and Cal
the sheriff was largely accidental, as
»aycra a d dir
worth o f value for
The Chaut auqua rain*' to an end ter the ceremony refreshments were houn were easy outs.
This week has been a very active a person would have to almost walk
Clatskauie chased one across tlie
for this season Sunday night with a served and the happy couple depart
On January !. 1 PJ 2 , I her*» wore mudi approdili*»! progrsiii t> v Hit, ed for Fortland where they will rubber in the fourth on a walk to one along the waterfront and lumber iuto il before realizing that it was
Steele and "Rube's ' fumble of Csi- shipments will total close to 5.000.- inhabited
10 title« in the I tilled Htale» with Garner Juhllen Singer» and there make their home
In addition to the complete still,
Three vessels are in port
tttj manager charter» ami It 1» per was a large audi ence present to en
The bride was horn and raised In i.ala's hunt, coupled witit Kilerton's
there were vats full of mash, two
tlieni to remark that no city that joy Hi« excellent singing and musi Hi Helens and was married in th" single to center. Cony era recovered taking cargoes.
The Willamette laden with S50,- e00-gallon tanks, one 5-gallon keg
la» ado[ge,i |hi„ modern form o f cal numbers
The negroes sang old same house In which site was horn. tlie hull and made a fine peg to home
0 0 U feet of lumber und carrying a and a smaller one of liquor, on *
Pircrtine-I,' ha evnr iVturniMl to plantation favorite» and 111
Ir.l She lias a host of friends here and
number of passengers sailed Monday sack of bottled moonshine und 20 0
which It spiritual
I lie throughout the county. For several In.me huso and third and the side night for San Francisco
The steam empty flasks.
Incidentally, it might
«band'ined ntics of »mall popula Southern negro c h ur c h« » , and « I r l e years she was the recording clerk was retired.
(lets Still Near Town.
tion haw adopted the form and cll- lacking I hai rdlgloua fervor of the in tile office of County Clerk J W be said that Kit played a stellar er Daisy Matthews took a full car
go of 1,150,000 feet for San Pedro
The latter part of last w**ek the
im jf hundreds ,,f thousand« have real Soul hern darkey, »uoceeded m Hunt and he wa- loath to allow ber game in tlie middle garden.
steamei sheriff made ano, her haul of a brew
Tlie Clatskanie umpire presented sailing
1 Icvelmnd. Ohio, »ixth gi vi ng a pleasing Imitation
to rellnquleh thè job. bui fupid
Viking look out a cargo o f 1.216.000 ing plant near Ht. Helens down the
l»rtN«i cii ( in the I'nltmd Htates.
One of the h«s! numbers on lite made a atronger pioti than dol thè his home team with another »cor« feet for San l ’edro and was followed highway.
Louie Cetcato and Mike
In Hie fifth.
He called a man safe
••a adopted the city manager plan entire program was the Bill more >1 coiinty offtctals
nv the steamer Lassen which had a Koagosich wore the victims in this
lean ai.ii toy the city oT Ht llel ' chestra
The groom is known hy mo t every at first and another one safe at third.
Charles Mixer, the vlol'ti-
The still was In a barn ou
cargo of 785.000 feet, destined for case.
' 0 » nu l**"cr lortune than that »lie lat and leader w as except louai ly «me in Ht llelens
Wtth I Ite exi-ep- Both should have been called out San Pedro.
eccalo's place, and as Mike seeme-i
M b the grown,» »tNterliood o f cities good, in fact, many people remarked tlon of thè two yeara whtch lo* s|«*n' One of them scored when Maxmeyer
The Japanese steamer Horisan Ma to be the chief brewmaster in this
Ptu.perinx ami progrraaing under that he was the equal of any violin in Franco wlth H ip 20th engmeers made a wild heave to first.
St Helens came back with a scor” rti arrived Wednesday night and is distilling enterprise Judge Fhilip re
** c'|Jr ni.ih.iger piun o f govern 1 st thpy had heard, and his eiilir« during tho world war, he bus re
in their half of the fifth.
After taking on a consignment of 500.000 lieved him of $50(1 for his evident
company wit» excellent
While glv siti«,! Iti Ht llelens for fourteen Uuhurino
Maxmeyer feet of squares for delivery at Kobe. contempt of the eighteenth amend
At presetit he is eniployed liv
Very truly yourw.
Big noverai popular and da-.ic s« years
¡came through with his second single. Japan, and the Kaikyu Maru is ex ment. Cecoato paid a fine of $200
M It ( I I K H S M A N lections the company disdained Hi" a Fortland contracting finn and is in
It was a clean hit. McDonald forced pected to arrive today for a similar for his part in the enterprise. Along
e Jf'M Interviewed a number of "Jazz" music of today and those cliarge of un iniportmit Job.
Max at second, but Holmes singled consignment. The McCormick steam with the still and other paraphernulia
•jraaeni.itiv,. dtlxen» an to the who attended the afternoon and
to center, advancing Me Donald to er Celilu arrived early Thursday and the sheriff confiscated seven 250-
*n'l with hul two exception» evening concert» showed their .11 PLAN O I L DELIVERY
third and lie »cored when Calhoun will load a full cargo. 950,000 feet. gallon tanks, which would indicate
*1 «• Ih. in vi'ii. m favor of em p loy- p r e c i s i l«n o f music by repeatedly
The steamer that these birds with the unpro-
Calhoun stole seo- tor California ports.
I N N E H A L E M C O U N T R Y singled to left.
■ot a clt> manager Their
Inter ('ailing for encore»
ond but went to sleep and was caught* * • " * llB Saturday evening
The Mul- nouncable nanus from across the sea
* ' wl|l he given in th « n«xt 1 »
A pleasing feature of the five day
•tandlng up on a quick throw from moniah left San Francisco Thursday were at least getting ready to be real
•f* of The Mist,
progtam w*an the Junior C h a u t a u
I night and is expected to arrive in St. busy.
t I Freese, manager of the local Hn> catcher to second.
The little on«» were enter plant of the Standard Oil company
" lt u b e " settled down to work and Helens Sunday morning to take on a
WILL A 1 1 END
tained and Inalructed by Mi s Dun was In VernoBla Monday
He made Clatskanie scored no more runs af f'1" cargo of lumber,
bar o f the Chautauqua organization the trip via the Sl llelens-I’lttshurg ter the fifth, although some quick
The loading o f the steamers has
SUMMER SCHOOL 11 ml ahlv ns-dsDsI h) Mrs V 1- Bar road and was In Hie metropolis of and heady fielding saved hint in sev given
SELL FINE CATTLE
employment to many long-
noti and Mrs C I* Sutherland Sat Hie Nehalem valley two hours after era! instances.
One special instance I shoremen and H. T Scott, local ntan-
i 1" ' donation« o f the Co- iirdav evening th* youngsters -net al leaving St Helens
Wist Brothers who have a btg
"Most of the w hen there was only one down and » k * r of the Columbia River Steve-
1 >u ruunty hanks and t'liamhur Godfrey park and enjoyed 1 I’
road Is good and without fast d riv tho liases loaded Steers made a won during company has had all he could ranch near Seappoose, held an auc
a c tlv ltl«« o f the dinner and on Sunday afternoon ing. one may motor to Pittsburg in derful catch of a hot liner in right 1 do to give proper dispatch to the tion sale of their fine Holstein cat
.. f nx1' 1 five liny» win |,e utile »omo thirty or thirty-five of them le s s than two hour».'' Mr. Frese said. field and while yet running made a loading of cargoes and dispatch of tle Wednesday.
A number o f buy
1 wo wm-k» luiya' and presented a pageant al the chau As soon as th e road is open for perfect peg to Calhoun at first, mak-1 vessels.
ers from places outside of Columbia
.chool at t h « Oregon tauqua tont
county were present and the bidding
The manner In which K,.„,.ra| traffic the local plant of th e 'in g a fust double play. Sleers also
"Btural college from June 12 to ,he entertainment was given showed l)t ,.„M1,mnv will begin truck delivery had a fine day at bat. garnering WATER ANALYSIS
The entire herd was
sold and at good prices
go m dalafataa from that the IIMI...... ..
had been care t,, V,-molila anil the price of gasoline two clean hits and spectacular catch-
Sherman Miles, president o f the
u “0)", u,,‘f Kiri»' club» In Coluiu- fully instructed though such In T u i and o ils will be reduced in I Hat city, on hy Larsen in centerfteld robbed ,
Columbia County bank, bought 7
¡1 logged for
itari 2 |U,l,'V. '
work ha» been tion, necessarily, was given within for Ht the present, the supply is tiim of two which
"d in 1 oliimblg County thla yi«ar a short lim,'
Just now the question of impure head of fine cattle
shipped from Fortland to Timber by extra bases
Si Melons annexed two scores In water is uppermost in the minds ot was Tehee Segia Ormshy. a fine cow
cluim* COunl^ “ kt'Bt. with »lx active
Thai St llelens will have il ehau- rail and from tBut place is trans
Gabarino was safe at the citizens of St. Helens, but Dr with an excellent record for milk
tauqua next year I» assured for he ported by truck to Ventimi», and the the seventh
Mr Miles took the
delegate w» » »elected from fore District Superintendent Jones transportation charges make II nec first on Geary's error
Ray Bryant Bo«*, city health officer, is of the and butter fat
ni i ! '
*duI in and their expena- who had charge of the St Helens essary to charge a higher price than who had relieved Steele of the mound opinion that if any danger existed stock to his farm near Warren. He
is not going into the stock business
1 , *, "Y
dlfferont hank'i anil program and gained the friendship would be necessary if transportation duty, swat the mighty "ltu b e ." Ga- it has passed.
Reports from analysis o f the city but said he did not approve of such
with th** farllltles were better
1 » _'e,"rB "* 1 "nituerc* o f the roun- of
j barino stole third and scored on a
Maxmeyer going to water is expected today from the fine stock leaving m e county and
a» fo llo w ». Ht. C h a u t a u q u a by bis accommodating
, " LT T
I,-., * ’ " ‘ ".M r of t onimorce, Co- capable and pleasing manner
He scored when McDonald state health department. Meantime he will sell any o f the animals io
ot C O M M U N I I V
went out at first.
; the health officer advises safety parties residing in Columbia county.
1 ouii > Hank.
Helen»; handling » f f a t r » the name* ol ! t
AT YAN K TO N
All In all It was n good game even first by hotllng all drinking water 1 " T h e dairy Industry In Columbia
H h e " " ' i " ,4,lk. . HI.
It ty one people were on the guaran
Hxlley an,| i ; .* 111 i**r Cham ber o f
though the score was IS to 4 and The water commission, in conjunc-j county is In Its infancy and should
tors list, among whom were many
Helens players showed a «ion with the city health officer, has! be developed further and I want t i
Rainier, Slate Bank o f who paid their proportion of Hit*
The people of the Yankton neigh the St
their been busy. The members have looked j do everything in niy power towards
r J r rL *'lrMl National
Bank o f amali deficit for this »eason
borhood are planning a big day for marked
Maxmeyer * over t'he source o f supply and meas such development.
Mr Miles said
1 1 ''«kan lo Htale
The local Chautauqua committee, tomorrow. Saturday. June 1*. It will previous
— m r t i D r D C
• lianihor o f f'ommerce, tent men. ticket seller», gale keep tie community day and then will lie ! Pitched a good game ami was given - urea have been taken to stop any
Brofessor fine support by Kverett Howe who possible contamination and
is K . U r F.
Fir*i * ’ ' 0 « mher o f t'ommartw, era. publicity agents and various an exhibit of livestock
I I,us dill the receiving and both infield Hieir opinion that no further anx-
other committee» who gave much II A Llndgren of the
There1 " " ' ' **‘,nk
" *■**• f**r way to develop time lo the project realizing II wan t,andry department of the Oregon Ag I and outfield backed the pitcher In lety need he felt.
' " • '"»• d a county than for the public gonu. »r e entitled to r i e I t u r a i c o lle g e w ill judge the live »<'•"" mighty tight pbtcex
Members of Avon Lodge No. 62.
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Will be at
The S B * 8 team, or rather the
The Clatskanie Chamber o f Com- Knights of Pythias, their wives and
' " >v* l4n|f k B'I*. many of a vole o f thank» from the people of
H e l e n s and
surrounding cot" show and tirlng Ihelr prize calves. H'-'im which represents the Brother- nierce has reorganized and elected daughters and lady friend» went to
6H, In !
ua an rural cttl St
H at - hood o f Railways Clerk**, plays h e r e , , now se, „ f officers as follows: L. Ridgefield Thursday and were the
th»,* , * ,," rl lime
The training, munity for Ihelr e f f o r t s and a ape A good luncheon will he served
The team has m a d e ig Hattan. president; C. D Stryker, guests of the Ridgefield lodge at
tha orJ ,4,,M WB1 receive while at rial vote of thank» i« «Bl« K*4*- « noon hy the p e o p le of the Y'ankton next Sunday
alata r f " n ' Kr,, ,|Bilral college con.j llarlnw Johnson and Mrs A •' 1 , 1 community.
there an enviable record and the local hoys vice president; Art Hteele, secre- their annual strawberry feed.
The visitors were royally entertained by
'4,M* management of llngnworth for they <B<l » I 1 ° , , h ® will tie a program and several speak <lo no* look for anything like a walk tary ; jj |c Temple, treasurer
of |nil.r ' "-di ning and other phases committee duties assigned to the n ers from outside points will tell of over since the Poitland aggregation new organization will meet again on tlie hospitable people o f Ridgefield
* * -<r . » berry feed is an
The f ,,||'1" " " 1 r,’l«ting to farm life .„„I a considerable portion of He ilo* Importance of the stock indus has defeated some o f the fastest .4 Tuesday night, at which lime Dr lodge
the semi pro teams.
Flynn. J L. Htorla. Sherman Miles annual occasion and by way of recl-
Countv Agent Hollbattgh Is as
ing |i ' ,* * ,l*t i,r" delegate» attend work aaalgned to ^ 1 her commute*» try
T h e » co re 11.1 456 789
H II tO and H. C. Morton of this city will procat Ion Ht. Helens lodge enter-
sist Ing 'he Y'ankton people in ar
>'"rn Hill. Ilari»ld
the program and will be o n e ,Clatskanie — 020
meet with the new club and render tains Ridgefield lodge each year at
Mr» A K t roust left T h u rsd a y
Mo ul t ' ' "'k ton; It«*n Kanero, of
Ht. Helens — 613
2 0 1 — 13
anv advice and assistance ask**d for. *a clam chowder dinner.
* of "the K principal* speaker.
Vortinn l ' ' " ’ i *
War r en, and morning for ';or: l ,,ni : V l ,' I ",'¡1
several day» in the metropoli»
n K'>hl»lrnn,l Warren
CUMING NEXT YEAR
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