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LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY
TWIOE A WEEK
8T. HELENS, OREGON, WEDNESDAY. APR. 10, 1612
JL I 1 HA
Mrs. Lena Anderson of Quiney
spent Sunday at the home of Mr. I
and Mm. J. Erickson Sr. j
Special M f vices w-r-j h(!J at!
te Swedish I.utherai cliuicM
fcoHU'r fcur.day." in the
The executive committee of tbe
Onnty KctHx-S AUi'ale'Ahti.m
fmtln tliti u,t J' ('"'-
,, on SuturthiV. April Cth to cni-pU-te
ll arrniiimenta f the Cm,
ty Field M'H't.
A moll"" wuh n,tt4,t' nn'1 w'rru'''
tluit all li'il cmrmtiug 1 n l'"
.rU i-n 'I'-'t '' ,,Ivi, ", hf"
two eW'H. the pupil M J''1
eijrlitli fruK Ixtnrf e!nu.J 6? "A"
ami the ouht-i grade nr.J hirh
idiool pupil a
The follow i i X eveit were ilt-ciJ.
.. ivl'l tak nine. i.l tivl
V 1 ... I ' it'tiill til lil V ' r , V . .1 i.
order nam. d: roMvauin-.tr. running ' "vv " "
broad jumiv ruanliu.hteh Jawp. jf, and Eugene Milf ire
,hot put, discus throw, CO yd. diwh. looking after business matters in
14 mil. run, 1-2 mile run, 1 miki gt. Helena today.
r,lay ra. oHn to both clawt. tuc
uf war between upper and lower The Congcrgational Ladies
tad of the county, hurdle race, CO, Aid will meet with Mrs. Richard-
(mil l Mai n. TknaiJ.a A...'l lilt.
.UJ, for irirl under twelve, i""" """ f
A too.! prwriuu v.ai ruirie-vj u
a huge cro !.
Coroner Sherwood f u.;in.er)
a tl Mr. Vhiu of llouhon, w.re;
gf-tM ut I hi- O. A. Kricfew:
h"H'. ivtrotlv. 1 j
Local iMcntioii !
Mi mi Ada (,Yor;re I -.as bni
60 yd. duiih for we men wacnoia.
Howard M. Brownell, an
potato race and egg race for claw ; Astoria attorney, waa transact
"A", base ing business in St Helens this
First and wcond prises will be week,
rfver i for each event The prbea AilHk th.Hnei.nt
.Ml announced later.; I Road Supervisor of Goble road
All Khoola delrlr.g to enter for di8trict was a business visitor in
any of the content mut noury mo tnJ cJty ye9ter(jay
Mr. P. M Nah of the
Rainier Hifc-h School, at least five;
d) prior to the day named fur tle
ThepreMJ.nt v-aa authoriansl to
kiw ticket print! and- to distri
bute thm amon the fehoM f jr
It wa l-cil'J that tho !atc and
plice fur the A'M mest' ahould le
Slay isth at Uninier.
J, IJ. WlLKEUHrtN
Acting St crt-tary
MissSitrrud Ander?on jravo a
party at Wr l.ome Tuclay V9
ninjc April 2nd in honor of h;r
birthday. About nineteen younar
people responded to her invita
tions and spent a very pleaRant
eveninjf with their hostess.
Mr. Dahlgren. the now o nor
of the Noon farm, has taken
possession and, with his helper.?,
il putting in his f.prinjf crops.
Hiss Ina Taker of ITool IUv
er, and Miss Kate Daker of Tort
land, spent Sunday with their
parents Mr. and Mm. N. P. Bak
er. MissAbstenof Portland, wus
a guest at the Daker home Sun
day. A surprise party was given
Miss ElHie Hammer by come of
heryounjr friond at her hoir.c
Wednesday tvettirii April 15rd.
Thow attending rC iMt a splen
Quite a number of friends H.id
neiKhbors met ut the hinio f
Mrs. V. M. Iloyt, Tiiur.jday
ninjr. Aioil 4;h, it Mnr. toe
birthday ot" hereon F. A. iloyt.
The band was present and
furnirihed music, gamej were
played and rcfrct-hmeiita served,
and all had a noodtime.
Mr. and Mrs. 'A. E.. Llndsey
and family and Mrs. Slert of,ff V juviU'd suests.
- f ,i '
ITT!"" I tr.in
8 The Best Building Llaterial B
CI Cement Blocks and Briclio O
Bloclcs. 8x8xx6 inches . io cents
Bricks, per thousand . 19 dollars
Factory on WILLAMETTE ST.: Sr. Helens O
J. L. CHITTEM, Proprietor ft
YOU ARE INVITED TO CALL AND
INSPECT THE STOCK ON HAND
LET US FIGURE YOUR BUILDING OR BASEMENT
THE NEW SCHOOL HOUSE AT ST. HELENS
Harold MaHten, who is employed The Meyers Comedy Co., gave
with the S. P. Ry. Co., at Portland, ' their first performance last night to
is spending a few days with his par-! a good size crowd. Every act waa
ents in St. Helena. flint class and the performance waa
declared a success. Another per-
The tnemdera of the Fraternal
formance will be given to-night and
ens in the Lower Columbia River
L. E. Allen has di-po ed of
his cigar store and peol room in
this City to Mr. Jones from Coos ! team that will represent St. Hel-
John Swectlatd. of dnt
Puvt, who live! m St. HeVn ,
durinjr th? bVs i visiting in St.
HeVns this week.
union 01 Amenca gave maurpnae ther-wfl enUre chwg. of
party on Mr. and Mm. A. Fisk J pro2ram- .
at there Home on Winter Street, 1 ......
Tuesday night A most delight- W. H. PoweU of Portland, was
foUvninir waa anent in eamea transacting business in St. j Hel-
and music after which a delicious ! ns on nursaay.
lunch was served.
The Wellingtm White Sox. the
To the Hon Mayor and Com
mon Council of the City of St
Learus luring the sc uwn of 1012 Hl?r., Columbia County, Ore
havi' te-U'V-d Frank 'Wilkin- a? son. - . '
A force Vf men are at work on
th foundation of the new Bank
Annex.' A oncrete mixirg
mat hine is in ojM'ratior. and the
wfk hsuiely p-gressing at a
Jchn i'iiiiip rciurmu aiur- date.
dnv from a trip through Alberta
pnd Saskatchewan and reports
very cold weather. He was very
favorably impressed with the
looks of the wintry but the
climate was a littla too cold for
NOTICE toLijrht Consumers
in St. Helens and Houlton.
Get your la ups ready for there
W'll be no lights Thursday night.
Our new dj namo has arrived and
will be put in place at that date.
SL Helens Mill Co.
The Meyers Comedy Co. at tve
or era house Wednesday and Thu
rulay night April 10, rnd 11th.
Cmtortionifts, trapeze perfr
m.TS. magic Goid sinking and
thncing. Funny farces and
sU-tenes. Bring the chilJren to
sec the trainl Oogs. Seven big
fHJuro acts. A two hours tdiow.
man '.ye 'o t-uc..l Ctyi
Sathei lhiid, who has resigned.
A. T. Laws is Secretary and
Treasure and interest is growing
every day. The fa"s are active
and the people of the city are
going to give boys their
hearty eur. Tt. The season will
Wo the u-i lersijaed owners of
the property abutting on the
streets described hereinafter,
most respectfully petition your
honorable body to improve said
street as follows; Commencing at
the point of intersecting of Hera-
lock and Willamette Streets and
Builder's Supply Company
Feed, Cement, Brick, Sand and Shingles
Doors and Windows '
GENERAL BUILDING SUPPLIES
Phone 42 Warehouse on Sheldon Dock
open on Apnl 2S with Cathlamet!exten(jinfir northerly along said
at St Helens. Don't forget the !iemlock Street to the limits of
the City, the road way 16 feet in
width as graded and improved,
be further improved by placing
taken the final test for state crushed rock thereon .to .a depth
papers as druggist and pharma
cist and has passed the State
Board. This is somewhat of a
record for him as he has comple
ted the course in several months
Admission C hihiren under ton
years 10 certs. From ten to If.
yt-ar 23 ceuts. Adults 3T cents.
Th . Hull I h. U their annual
..c:io,i (f ofikvrj on Tuesd.i
af ternxn. Mr Ed vin Rc
w: el -cted President; Mrs. Dom
ing Vice-President; Mr?. l-ranK
I'..i::h Muckle for Treasurer.
T,c retiring olTicera served a
.!., lunch to the Guild and
tiresham, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas
Idieman of MontavilU came
down in their auto last Tuesday
and called on Mr. and Mrs. O. A.
Mr. C. E. Lindsey and M ins
Helen Met?ger of Grosham visit
ed at 0. A. Erickson Easter Sun
day. Mrs. Lindsey returned to
Crcsham with them Sunday eve
ning. Miss Ada C.'orge of St. Helens
was a Warrun visiter lust w rk.
d:ihl. one of the
I'llrtOAdl! fill farmers of Warren
m.imtrv. was in town this morn
ircmndleftatthe Mist office a
b ,nch of wheat and vetch mel.s
u ing 3 feet and 7 inches in
h ght. Mr. Lindahl cut some of
tin cin.d about the middle of
March for'feexl and the aecond
mn in now 12 inches high.
Tuintr nf this kind of growth and
then think of the weather back
in thj Eastern f.tites.
Word was received from Ed
Lawn to the effect that he has
of about 6 inches and then to be
rolled and covered with fine rock
or screenings, and that all of said
improvements be made at the ex
pense of the said abutting prop-
't'tOfiitOt 'rfr "'?" "ftf? 4
XVi frifarmtor Cmrnmtmr, ta4 Hf
m j. r- ! .
am aur cmB ri tHr thmm
r with frask mmi ctiJ t
Fra Diiary 4
The Central Karkrt
. WINTER mn4 WUAMCrrS ITS.
1 1 PLUMMER. I rop. - St. OttgM i
111 wwataa aaawaawa.w . -
asstimo than that required by eny anu jour "u
iw. so he will ba compelled to; ever PWtc.
continue in school until fall, but w. Ke., re r
the examination will stand.
Felton, F. A. George, J. H. Cron
kite, Edwin Ross, Wm. Brinn
E. C. Robertson, T. B. Lott, J.
Skuza, C. C, Cassott, C. W. Sher
man, N. A. Sherman. Elsie H.
The St. Helens Band has been
receiving instruction fro f ror.
Coomer for several weeks ana
next Saturday night .vill play a!Brinn. John G. Pringle, C,
few pieces on the strict to show , Elizabeth Isbister.
the people what they can do.
After playing on the street they
will go to the City Hall and give
a short concert before the dance
begins. Every Ik-dy is invited
to hear the boya anc to attend
the cm cert aid dance. It U
planned to give open an concerts
at the City Pari: quica often dur-
ut the ummtr
Arr:.n Jtincntiarj already
Don't forget Meyers Comedy Co., at
Opera House to-night. 10, 25, 85c.
Wo tne t moans publicl
extending our thanks to the many
eit zena who so valiantly assisted in
a-.vinj our orop-rty from er.tin
t..!!.v tmtio! the rtfccnt fire. The
ing muce to rebuild t le mill re
t!v .ln.troved by flv. The
w n iliwi lb of Iar,vr capacity ly appreciate uy .
had work a id pi.blic spirit mani
fested by the tire lighters was j;reat-
than tn ol I one ami will prob
ably b; rushed to completion
riirht away. The insurance aa-
juster i are neaily ready to make
settl?rmnt of the matter ana
just as soon as this is done the
work will start on tne new mm.
So far nothing has been found
out concerning the perpotratora
of the recent outrage but efforts
will still bo made to run them
Co'umYa Cou ity Lumber Co.
Service next Sunday,. April 14th,
St. Helens ,
Thra will be Service in the
Episcopal Church next Sunday April
W. A. M. Breck,
I AUCTION SALE
31 Tested Dairy Cows, first class: all young,
4 Heifers: 1 Ball, 2 years old: z Heavy Draft
Horse, 6 years old: 2 Light Horses, 6 and 7
years old: Hogs: 2 Baggies; x Carriage: z Can
opy Top Buggy: 2 sets Light Double and 1 1
set Single Harness: z set Heavy Harness:
Milk Cans and other things.
WEDNESDAY, MAY lot
BROWNING & LOUSIGNONT, Owners '
T. A. Cloxinckr, Auctioneer
fa ji.a4jAt4.ata4Ajt4.iJt4. K tjt4.atyt- s.."
Have you tried those
delici us Hams yet?
Yes they are Swift's
Premium. You pay a
little mote but they
are worth it. No
-coud .rac!e hams
iept hen. Our eggs
ar c tri- tlv f s.li
right from the ranch "'
no case eggs: We ship eggs. The price we pay the
farmer we charge you. All Goods Guaranteed
$ AT Hy!RRISOTS PURE TOOB GROCERY
For SaLk A 3 inch wagon, good
KrtU S VI.H 12:1 Here ol abOUl
S mite ('I'm Rtininii c.in.i..i nenrly
l.m.&O ft o Iimr I he 0,Uh, , & on A R
fur inrt wore Ae aert v u-, w.-n
,ion Call ou or uddr.ai ift mwi. oho '
a. .1 . . . 4l0l
FRED W ATKINS
.;..-. ' ' ' ' ' ' '
THE LEADING CONFECTIONERY
No Use Looking Elsewhere
lor Candles and Cigars