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FOR J U L Y
Maximum temperature 92 degrees
ou 2nd and 8th, minimum temper
ature 41 degrees on 21st. mean max
imum temperature 75.5 degrees,
mean minimum 49 2. mean monthlv
temperature 62 3 degrees which Is
0 1 degree above normal; greatest
daily range 40 degrees
A trace of
rain fell on the 10th.
wiud N. \V. There were 20 clear.
9 partly cloudy and 2 cloudy days
Sultry up to the 14th. cooler the
est of the month owing to fogs from
the ooean in the forenoons.
was the dryest July siuce 1906 and
considering tl*e lack or sufficient
rain since the 11th of May it has
been the earliest dry season on rec
ord. A short hay crop was harvest
ed. Winter grain is from fair to
Summer grain from fair to
very poor, while pastures, second
crop of clover, potatoes, gardens and
trult are badly in need of rain
JOS. HAUKENBEKU. Observer
T H O M A S M E I G H A N IN
"B A C H E LO R D A D D Y "
Delightful romance, the lively, en
tertaining caprices of five orphaned
children, and the thrills of a battle
between Mexican bandits and a small
army of defenders for the possession
of a silver mine, are the highly pic
turesque features of "The Bachelor
Daddy,” which holds the boards at
The Liberty next Tuesday and Wed
Thomas Meighan, the ' good luck
star," plays the leading role, and op
posite him is Leatrice Joy. Char
lotte (Peaches i Jackson, one of the
most talented child actresses of the
screen, has a strong part, and capti
vates her every audience.
C H U R C H N O T IC E S
(September 11.1 1922. the Hoard of
Equalisation will attend at the Court
House in Columbia County, Oregon,
and publicly examine the assessment
rolls for the year 1922, and correct
ail errors in valuations, descriptions
or qualities of land lots or other
property assessed by the assessor,
and it shall be the duty of persons
interested to appear at the time and
The Hoard of Equulizatiou will
continue Its meetings from day to
day. until such examination is com
leted but will not be In session for aj
louger period than one mouth.
C \Y BLAKESLEY,
Holy mass on Sunday at 11:30
Dally mass at 8 o'clock.
and Bible study at 4:15 on Tuesdays.
Choir practice on Tuesday nights.
Children s choir and Sodality meet
ing on Friday a. 4:25.
N. B.— Mas’ on 4th Sunday of the
month is at 9:00 a m Confessions
are heard on Saturday afternoon and
evening and before all masses.
Deviations from above schedule or
special services will always be an
nounced In this paper.
Non-Catholics are alwavs wel
JOSEPH P. CLANCY,
"The Friendly Church.’*
Bible school at 9:45, morning'
worship at 11 o'clock.
Sermon by |
the pastor on "My Church and Me. '
Epworth League at 7 o'clock, to
which all young people of the com
munity are cordially invited.
Happy Sunday Evening Hour begins'
at 8 o’clock
A large number of
people are enjoying these evening
hours and are following with inter
est the series of sermons on " M e n :
o the Bible and Some Other Men." I
Sunday evening the pastor will tell
the story of a man who got a bad
start but made good. Special music:
at both services.
mm n n n u a n a u a m a a m nnr%nnn n n n t
iv ïN c u f m
Your Pay Check will go
In the Matter of the Estate of W i
M. Chapman. Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that un
der and by virtue of my authority
under the Lust Will aud Testament
of W. M. Chapman, deceased, per
mitting the executrix to sell at pri ♦
vate sale without obtaining any or
der of the Court either authorizing
or confirming the same, the under
signed. Administrator with the Will
annexed of the estate of said W M
Chapman, deceased, from and after
the 9th day of September. 1922. at
my office in Room 17, Columbia
County Bank Building. St Helens.
Columbia County. Oregon, will pro
ceed to sell for cash, at private sale
and will sell in case a suitable and
proper bid is received therefor, all
the right, title and interest of said
W. M Chapman at the time of his
death and all the right, title and in-1
terest that the said estate has, by op
eration of law or otherwise, since
acquired in and to the following .ic-
further at our Store
Money Saving Prices on Groceries
R O T ’S
Ik lu w u rt
i«r. M r"
is the Winchester
where among hunters as the
world over, during the last
twenty-five years, this farm
brought down more deer
than any other gun made.
The barrel is proved by ex
acting Winchester tests lur
YES, W E D E L I V E R
Model 94 is chambered 1«
any of five cartridges, m.
eluding the famous .30 Win.
Chester special winch are the
standard for deer and big
Conte in and get the "fee!"
of this and other Winches,
F O R T Y -T H R E E
D IN N E R
T O CRAZE
N E U BROS.
266 4th St,
w r ite
p r ic e s .
It will pay you.
is the most essential ele
ment to motoring pleasure
You can only be satisfied
when you car runs evenly
and smoothly and you do
not have to worry or think
about faulty performance
or bothersome delays.
The surest way to assure
yourself of continuous sat
isfaction is to bring your
car to us for your over
hauling and repair work.
Let us figure on your next
overhauling job. You will
appreciate the real econo
my of having your work
done thoroughly and com
Welch & Co., Proprietors
Houlton, Ore. Phone 63
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For Meats and Groceries
it will pay you to
Ip u u d ln r -
I- Henry I
Pipila 1 I 1
Buyers of Groceries
T H IN G S
I A (' ih l
[ llr ami
S E R V IC r
PR IC E -
T H R E E . B U T T H E L E A S T O F THESE
IS P R IC E .
W e have only five of the
C e n t r a l Grocery
Successors to Columbia River Meat Company
Rutherford Bldg., Phone 80
St. Helens, Oregon
prompt and thorough.
I'.: Mr M
! w*ru in
service that is
I Mr* W li
You want what you want
)m S»*u il i !
when you want it and we make a specialty of deliv
ering the goods.
I hat is natural, and the first Quality on those things
you use for food, is not too good.
WE DO HAND8TITCHING
I he price is regulated entirely by the cost of the ser
vice and the quality of the merchandise.
[M r C itili
W e also carry a full and complete line of Dry Goods,
Shoes and Notions and Hay, Grain and Feed.
J.L. WILLIAMS & SONS }|
W h en the telephone operator tells you
“ the line is busy,’ this fact has been made
known to her by an electric signal. W ith
the thousands o f calls in daily telephone
traffic, if the operator, to secure this in
formation, were compelled to listen on
the line o f the party called, prompt serv
ice would be out of the question.
This delay is eliminated by an electric
device which in the fraction o f a second
indicates that the line
called for is in use.
W hen "busy” reports are. repeated on
successive calls for the same number, it is
generally due to an immoderate use of the
T h e length of a telephone
conversation is obviously bevond the control
o f the telephone operator, f lave confidence
in her when she makes the report “ the line
on Vacuum Cup Tires and Tubes, hut QUALITY
remains the same.
Compare our prices and quality
30 x 3'/2 Vacuum Cup Fabric Tires
30x3 V i Flat Top and Cord Tires
32x4 Vacuum Cup Cord Tires . . .
Other sizes comparatively as low.
Until further notice we are giving absolutely fre*
with every tire sold a tube of corresponding 9'ze-
H< > . . n i l ( h r Q | 4 I . I T Y
I n * n i > n - s | i| ( | f
The Pacific Telephone
And Telegraph Company
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%#. _ n r s - c s s H O < •" W » »!»«•
I he Italian Importing
ST. HELENS, ORE.
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Of course, you want QUALITY
SEE T H E T I R E S A T O U R S T O R E
I' d !*' "I
Q U A L IT Y ,
S P E C IA L
Kerr’s Variety Store
* ' ' ri
sets to go at this price.
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St. Helens Hardware Co.
: trength and accuracy.
lever action is rapid and
"M O N E Y -S A V IN G GROCER"
P H O N E 42
Notice is hereby given, that on
the second Monday in September,
NOTICE O l MEETING OF HOARD
Portland Marble Works
In (h e County Court o f tile S tate o f;
O regon fo r the County o f C o I u iu
W H IT E
Services held first and third Sun
days at 3:00 p. m. in the Adventist
church. English Sunday school every
Sunday at 10:30 a. m
Aid meets every third Friday at 2
m. The public is invited. Rev.
E. Shipp, pastor.
NOTICE OF SAFE OF HEAL
school every Sabbath
(Saturday) at 10 a. m. Missionary
service or preaching at 11:15. You
scribed reul property, to-wlt:
thorlty under Section 126.1 of ( r<
All that part of the Southwest gon larws of 1920
quarter of the Southeast quarter of
Dated this 9th dak of \ugua ,
Section Four t 4 ». in Township Four 1922.
(41 North of Hauge Four (41 West
JOHN I STOKI.A.
of the Willamette Meridian, l ying
Admi ni strator with the Wi l l An
north of the center liue of the Ne nexed of the Estate of W M t hap
huletu Kiver, containing twenty-one man. Deceased
and 68-100 acres, all of said real
Date of first publication August
property being situate in Columbia' II, 1922
1 Date of last publication Septem
Said sale is made pursuant to au- • *>er s 1 9 2 __________