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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 19 June 1914

J OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY DL XXXIII. ST. HELENS. OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1914 No. 26 I ffl 1BK SUDDENLY STOPS Fresh Secures Injunction Against Contractors N METHOD IS USED f, lliiwn Orders Workmen frm Premise" nml Order M Vori In Sower District No. 6 rin.e . . - ....... .1.1 t, u Iw.t. fcf ,hccurcu an Injunction restrain' ike contractors from going on hlii -u to work, until dunianes paid as lie asked for. The tnon passed orouiul Mr. Fresh' pert? tin! went on to the property II. F. Hitr.cn to work thero when lhzen came out anil order! n off and they immediately de- 4. Mr. Huzen then rocolved diiut Hie men would again go on premises to work uud ho took out trusty old shot gun and stood urd all day yesterday lut no one inl up. it la understood now the contractors will withdraw i the work and the crew of men two laid off. It appears tlr.U right of way waa scoured by tlio through theso premises und after lurvey was made tlio owner In t claim for damaKoa for such :tof way which...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 19 June 1914

County Court Proceedings Lam B T Vernon I a 6.00 Sheeley O W 6.00 Mills O It 11.20 Mills T B 6.00 Wllkerson S A 6.00 TarbellAH Warren 6.00 Hegele Jacob 6.00 Boesen J A 6.00 Lindahl J 7.00 Hoyt PA 6.00 Erlckson OA 6.00 Kappler R Yankton 6.00 Brown Frank 6.00 Moyer C C 6.00 Tarbell O L 7.00 Tarbell Ray 6.00 Briggs C P 6.00 Thompson A E Sheriff's Salary - 82.79 Barber Laura Work for Sheriff 60.00 Thompson A E Sheriff Salary 116.60 John C II Supplies 7.60 Mist Pub Co., Supplies to Sheriff 17.65 Spengler E L Launch 2.25 Independent Auto Co., Auto 32.50 Davles Wm H, Livery 7.00 Graham Silvo, Launch 2.60 Splngler E L 6.00 John C H Postage 1.55 Lake A B Exp 42.50 Kilham Sta & Prt Co., Supplies 1.S0 Campbell J L Work for Sheriff 3.00 Grant Geo W Work for Sheriff 4.60 Bennott O B Livery to SUerl ft 3.00 Campbell J L Work for Sheriff 3.00 Fowler H M Work for Sheriff 3.00 Lowe Mrs. Jas Livery to Sheriff 1.00 Lowe Mrs Jas Livery to Sheriff 2.60 Peters Bessie Work for Clerk 66.25 Glass & ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 19 June 1914

go x u m WTm. o q ttWtv .nation: , ...,. In tno iNorinwuDiuiii itn Hiver, with ubout 70 mllcm of AREA: .... II.... jmt About iV" wlul,ru " it&.mit ncros. ULLAnLK LAND: 15,7- acres, mm m mini uiui ih uciuiiny in cultivation ami irk'ar;il, exclusive of town lob). N0N-TIU'AIH.r 4ni5 7;i acres, wnicn includes nil Umber where there is more limn 100.000 feet on n ijunrtcr oection, n!no nil K. (0,1 olT limd which in not suitulilo for and in no condition fur cultivation. TIMBKU: Almtit seven nnd ono hulf to tdtit billion feet. Assrrsi:n vai.uk ok timhkr: ASSKSSKD VAI.UK OK TILLAI5LK )TAL ASSKSSKD VALUATION $18,0110,000. MILKS OK COUNTY IU)ADS: 000 miles, hoiiiu of which Ih in first clasn condition, Home in fair condition and Homo in very poor condition, J1LKS OK RAILROADS: About 125 miles which includes the rnuin line of the S. l & S. and the various lodging roads. POPULATION: Census of 1U10 Rives 10,580 year Kivcs it at leant 15.000.- aiMATE: Temperate. Durinjr tho summer tho therm...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 19 June 1914

NOW IS THE TIME TO SEW) Di T0U2 CEDE! TD1 Job Printin! Mist Publishing Company OLDEST IN THE COUNT! Does General Depositorj far IIS Postal S&vmgs BmErrroRs Lawn, Haat lBfc.(Hlll lUWill A.l Sto-e 3.5 AIhb WavallUB !DD0E5 HuClU rru-:t kii-. v.omcn ot "Waodaaft, mess tat aecond and "ionrti Tuesoar aitsrnooXi of moutn at Houltm., Ore.. Anna E. 'Var.NatttwbEardis.ji fveujibor. Houltnt., Crrt. ; altnnie A. lloiierr Clerk.. Columins n -irrnpment ha. 77, 1. D. 0 J", in! in the X D. O-LSali, cm tiw second and fourth Thursday o! r tnonti.. soiuumeynu: IamarciH most cordially hrvited to meat with ss. G. Cliouej, Quel Patnatch. C W. Eiakesiey, iscrihe.. Avar. lyodrre So C LnintE ol fTthi meets ffrery rTneeday Iaaiu? ai ue- tie Sail. St. li-eient, t Itiunp ia,ijart- : iicaT vsioonMs. i 3. V. risri. L. c. ; A. l. ltsmasf. IT . of "E. i f i t3 Colombia Gonnty Bant EI. HXLUKri XUIKiE SO. 1 roL zzu Tnunf mllctl , AT AAll. Iteetelsl and afi;lTe!lil 13erii7T nuU Ttu -tnothes rordialiv veteomed. 3o...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 19 June 1914

ST. HELENS MIST K)l'MKI IHHI "tub mih ImmhiI livery l iiilny.lty T I I' l I-1 Hil I (1 COMPANY M. K. Mlll.ir, Cdltor "VN7nriMl h second cIiihh nmtlor, Jmiuury lOlli, J912 . i'iik 1'unt Olllce n tSiiliit Iliil'int. Orison, under tho ' 1 Act of March 3rd, 1871 " HIMIHCItll'TION UATkI Onn Vnnr f'2 SH MiHiHlH 76 Ailvortliiitiie riitnn mndo known on application l,wil notices M c,,,'", l",r "" " QUIETLY SLEEPING Tin re is perhaps iu oilier illy in Oregon that lias tlcvcliicl mure nur increased more in population and weal tit during the past live or six years lliaii lias St. Helens. There is nul another city in the state with such a favor able location lor an industrial center as is St. Helens. There is located in St. Helens some of T1IK largest saw mills, TTIIC largest ship building plant, Till', largest creosoting plant, and several largest quarries, in Oregon.. There is a business bustle and life here that is not excelled by :y c'ly ' -'ll':i' size In the state. The only reason these mo...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 19 June 1914

1 . f IndustrialiRe- view of State ' Salem, Oregon, June 15. During the past yeek the Oregon Tublle Vti litle8 commission has fixed standards i of quality In water , gas, light heat, and telephone service. Effect of ord- er not yet known. July 1st, the new Workingmen's j ; Compensation Act goes into 'effect ; and this is the last date on yhtch ; manufacturers and empioyon can ; j give notice of not coming ur.der the . s provisions of the act. Big strike reported at Hi.li Grade nine, near New Pine Creek. Work will start sooa on the Cnr- negle library at Mirshtlell. In asking for pacing bids, Albany I bars bids on concrete paving. ; Klamath Falls is no after the Uan ! don Woolen Mills with a free site. The Gleason yurds at Cottage Grove will burn a half million brii;k. The new power plant to Canoy and Clackamas county Is being rush ed to completion. Lafayette will install a $15,000 water plant. St. Johns is provi'lma a Ktreet for an outlet for the Western 'Joopii- age Co., that employ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 19 June 1914

Court Proceedings Continued ' Pia 2 60.00 7.50 7.60 2.C0 2. no 7.60 4.67 4.67 8.12 15.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 6.00 10.00 10.00 0.26 3.43 2.60 6.00 5.00 6.25 6.26 1.66 .62 2.60 2.50 llarillim Vn w i U W T Lor A Lor A I' jsnm xwn ','t"r m llurvoy Ln Hurry i ley "I1'" tie Flu)''' lie Klu)'' Crilo LirotiK " LtronK J r' lion A U lion KuhhoII Jorry ley J 1' .,y J V Icy Oiikt Garfield 'UtltlllH'll M rt Kruiiktln ...trim? (! M (inieral ltl l ul Willi" Company 62.00 licrHupt'ii ourt adjourned until Llay, Juno 9, 1014. uowluy Jin'" . 1914 12111 J,ull rmy. iurt camo i'.iiV'i.nt to ulUmrn- ilccm nil ioti'l. mo proclamation liolnjr made tho whiK prowe l ;h 'T9 had flatter of Qmiliniuuon or . J vap Lhovin. County Survoyor. thlH day I.. J. Van Ors'nivoii mi in lu Hi" Court III C'tirtllicutii Appointment to the Olllco oil I'otl- 8urvpyr, for tho remainder ot term of CoorKo II, Conyor, re- (m1, !oK'(lir with lilu outh of mid his undertaking In tho of $5000.00 with Fidelity, and mil 1'ompnny. of Marylan...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 19 June 1914

1 1 LOCAL HAPPENINGS AND DOINGS 1 1 9 Yourself and Others Mrs. Fred Christie was a Portland Tlsltor last week. Reuben Sten visited friends In Portland several days during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Laurentsen spent several days in Portland last week. , Martin White has been chosen to be the Grand Marshal on the Fourth of July. Mrs. A.W. Mueller and her mother Mrs. Pendergast Bpent last week in Portland. Mrs. A. B. Lake returned Friday night from attending the Rose Show . at Portland. The Ladles Aid Society of the M. ( E. Church will meet with Mrs. Dom ing, Wednesday, June 24th. W. F. Slaughter of Portland was looking after business matters in St. Helens Tuesday. See the Warner's special feature programs, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. ARCADE THEATUE Frank and Will Miles of Portland were looking after business matters in St. Helens Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Davies and their children visited in Portland during the Rose Festival. Mrs. Schultz of Scappoose was an over Sunday visitor a...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 June 1914

V: rA: a ft, ,N f: OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY VOL. XXXIII. ST. HELENS. OREGON, FRIAY, JUNE 26, 1914; No. 27 J; T M f I 'mm VS. COUNCILMAN 1 1 r t M. S:ixo swears win waiium f-r II. Morgiu Cli'DlNANCE IN DISPUTE rii Arreted, '"' I iWwiitM. hy CHy Altiiritoy mill Defend od ly Mnyor REPORTS OF ILLEGAL HUNTING RAINIER IS NEARLY DRY BIDS WILL BE OPENED One Young Man Caught Fin ed $25 ami CoiU One Saloon Still DoipfEusi ness While Others Cior.c OFFICERS DETERMINED INJUNCTION IS SECURED 4'ounly Attorney Dillinl HerveH n NVimihiK Nut Ice in (iimie Violator ClmrK"'! with tt vltltUt of tho ....... I -tn ir flrA tirnfif llllllll- oriliniime '"i Iuku wllliln certain HmltB of llio city. Cmimilliniin II. Morgan, m iirrcsieu today ly the City Marshal on u war rant Ihkik'U liy the City Recorder on a complaint sworn to by Councilman M. 8nxmi. Mr. Morgus Is putting up an niMUWin l" bis botol building on rlitiiili Street nml Hit) construc tion In of lumber whin lint ordinance Dinmed )- tlio Cou...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 June 1914

I Industrial Re view of State Salem, Ore., June 22. The an nouncement Is made that by an a greement between the department of Economics of the State University and the Central Labor Council, a campaign will be taken up to solve the problems of unemployment. Bandon fire losses amounting to ' $200,000 are to be rebuilt. The Oregon Public Utilities com mission authorizes increased tele phone rates at Newberg, and In the Eugene electric power case, sustains k the contention of the Oregon Tower Company. v T'.ie manufacture of logan berry juice and sawdust bricquets are new industries being considered in var ious parts of the state. Hood River county will vote on a '$75,000 bond issue for the Columbia Highway. Labor Commissioner Hon had a meeting of officials of labor boards at Portland to consider needed labor legislation. Freak laws have had the same effect in Wisconsin as Oregon. In both states taxes have doubled. Wisconsin went up from $2,566,711 in 1913 to $7,665,318 in 1914. For man...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 June 1914

HQ JU 1 J m M I M, e O) "to w ty " ,'ATION: jn the NorHiwt'Hlorn part "of Oregon, on Hid Colimil.lu River, willi about 70 mili-a of river from. S'At inil rA.n .. About 7IKI Miuur hum . .,. mira. IlAIILE LANI: If"" - fll 1.. t IU4 I.. .11.. !. 15,7-" acre, i m "" '""i m m iuiuiy in ruuivntion . I I Avntnull'lt lf IriWfl llkltt anl Clean-", Tll,I.Ai:i,K LAND: 40ij7iiii own. vim-n iih-iuih-h iiii unmcr when- there jH mure tli" 100,000 "n H l"rli'r Heel inn. uIho nil ,r. . i I tu inif uiiilnl.l.i r,.p .....I !n yml nil nill'l " " ""'I "I III, riMHllllun fr eullivtili"". IlinBR: Viniit Hi Vfii unil one hull in Inllinii feet. VAM'K OK TIMUKU: $II,4li7.lKO. VAI.UK OK lIMiAIILK LAND: I'M 1 ,:tr,f.. ,rAL assi:ssi:i valuation ok all ri:oi i:iirv: $K,0o0,ooO. ftl.KS Or rnuNi r u ;,()') mili'i, h'iini) ut which ii In lirnt el.'iMH c.iii.lititin, hiiiiui in fair ciiiiliiin mi. I Home in very r condition. ILES OK KAILllOADS: About 12.ri uuleH winch inrludos the miiin line i,f (he S. I'. & S. ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 June 1914

'1! U NOW IS THE TIME . .... TO SEND IN YOUR ORDER FOR Job Printing Mist Publishing Company Con in Ma County Bank OLDEST IN THE COUNTY Does General Banking Depository for U.S Postal Savings DIRECTORS Edwin Rom LR. Rutherford A. L. Stone J. S. Allen Win. M. Rom lODGES HOULTON CIRCLE NO 48, Women of Woodcraft, meets the second and fourth Tuesday afternoon of each month at Houlton, Ore. Anna E. Van Natta Guardian Neighbor. Houlton, Ore.; Minnie A. Morley Clerk. Columbia Encampment No. 77, 1. O. O. F. meets in the I. O. O. F. Hall, on the second and fourth Thursday of each month, (ojonrneying Patriarchs most cordially invited to meet with us. G. C. Robey, Chief Patriarch. C. W. Blakesley, Scribe Avon Lodge No 62 Knights ot Pythias meets every Tuesday Evening in uas tle Hall, St. Helens. Visiting Knight always welcome. J. W. Clark, C. C. A, J. Demtng, K. of R 4 fi LL a ST. HELENS LODGE NO. 32. jQr A F 4AM. Meets 1st and 3d Saturday in each month. Visiting brothers cordially welcomed, Joh...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 June 1914

ST. HELENS MIST l-Ot'NDIil) IMM ImmiinI Kvrnr ! I taluy Hy UK .MIHT PUlLIHill!VJ ('(IMI'.UV MI .1.11. nil 11. nu hit, iaiiiot Euturod as second class matUtr. January loili, J912 . iot Olllco tHuInt llolwi. Orison, undnr tha Act of Murch rd, 187k HUUUCIUPTION HATE " On Year i.rf) m Month 70 .. i. ...Iah til. will ifflAWn n ll . begs' notices i!f conn pur line. MADE-IN-OREGON PUBLICITY An item in this issue tells of tlio org.uiia- I ...1....4 ... T ! lion dl an i7iegn imiiinu i-iigiiv iiavmg as its object tlie carrying on of an education;.! campaign ',,r 1,10 Msc Hl Oregon Made dnoi It is statetl that tliis campaign will be carried on through publications and that later on the League will establish an official publication of its own. Of late there has been quite a campaign car ried on hy some of the cnllmstiastic made-in- OrepMi people, but it will be noticed that most of the campaign has been made through the City dailies. About the only part hf conn ty papers have been taking was th...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 June 1914

If I' a !: : ti AIR GRAFT COLLIDE; NINE MEN LOSE LIVES Vienna. A military aeroplane acci dentally rammed an Austrian army Parseval dirigible at the aviation tteld between Enzersdorf and Flecbamend, sinking the great airship but itself going down to destruction as a result of the accident, with a total loss of nine lives. The two air craft were 2600 feet aloft when the accident occurred. The aeroplane was swooping past the diri gible with b safe margin of distance between the two when It suddenly .swerved almost at right angles, pre sumably due to some mishap to the steering gear, and plunged at fall speed into the big gas bag amidships. There was a terrific explosion and the airship took fire. The flames en gulfed the biplane and In a few mo ments the remnants of both craft with their occupants crashed on the slope of a mountain. The seven men on board the diri gible and the two with the aeroplane were all dead before those who rushed to aid them reached the spot It was ' impossible...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 June 1914

IEF NEWS OF OREGON Orouon Unnkers association convention lit Meuford. .TfrBO tt!xt books question was ,J(,d umlT nt the icbool election i-tirtloud. tjp(jwrllr' pol contest waa I t Amurtn Thursday. A ttlvor lg cup w" tlie PrUe' lArgod homcHtoiid law. Mont of the lands embraced In tills d.mlKnatlon Ho In the Deschutes and John Day river basins. Dental work fo the estimated valuo of $2000 was performed on prisoners at the state penitentiary during the' hiBt week by applicant! for licenses to practice dimtuttry In Oregon who1 appeared for exumliiatlon at the reu-1 lor suml-annual aeiNlon of the Oregon ' Hate board of deutnl examlncra. I Interpreting the count v iiivi.i,,.. . I t DamIqIam - "w I tho firm i "'""""M"-ior u. u. rutnain of liend, Attorney. k I to 10. General Crawford hold, thut If a coun- ndrow J. Ilurur, Jr.. iirsi mayor ly n io be dlvldod Into three countlos, 1 one of the founder! of Dufur, died onch of the two now countlei muBt ' urtlntiil. " ,recolvo 85 per cent of the v...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 June 1914

j LOCAL HAPPENINGS AND ToiNGSl I 3 i . . 1 4 YOURSELF AND OTHERS Born: to Mrs Hugh Lctferman on June 24th, 1914, a son. J. M. Fry of Scappoose was a St. Helens visitor Thursday. Mr. Earl Barber was a Seaside visitor during the week. Miss Lois Perry of Rainier visited In St. Helens on Thursday. The Misses Bonnie of Yankton visited in St. Helens Wednesday. Joel Hill of Clatskanie is in St. Helens today transacting business. Rocking chairs from $1.50 up. Ross's I'uruiture Store Mr. Arthur Ketel was in roitl.tr.ii on Tuesday. E. A. Rotger was a business visitor at Fortland during the week. L. E. Allen was a Partland visi tor during the week. Mrs. Fred Watkins was a Port land visitor on Tuesday. J. F. Larson of Qulncy, was a busi ness visitor in St. Helens last Mon day. There will be service in tin Epis copal Church next Sunloy evening-, June 28 at 7:15. Mr. John Farr and family were passengers on Capt. Abel's car to Portland Tuesday. Carpet Sweepers from $2.50 up. lloss's Furniture Stor...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 3 July 1914

. V sat OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY VOL. XXXIII. ST. HELENS. OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1914 No. 28 ' ' 'A Ui H QME TEAM DEFEATED core 12 to 7 in Favor of Hub- bard Giants OLOREI) TEAM GOOD Helens 1U-i Tubs ltofcut Willi Cood i.rnv mill Kiiy "We Should Worry" novum I hundred yonrs ago some niorlniu itilvonturors ptmotrotod tlio torlur of Africa unit took Into cap- ll y miiim of tlio Hutlvon who wore rouKlit to tlio United Htates anil Uil Into Hliivory. Those slavei m of a very dark liun, In fuel pre blacks. Those adventurer m to successful In tlio bushiest ( cnpliirlng tlio nogros anil sollln; im Into Kliivcry that anon othen Intort'd tlio Mimu Una of buslnoav Torn ninny year the country wu Itlng fulrly woll populated wltli p ni'Kro, ami thin population con bulled to liicrenao rapidly unli uminilM anil thousands of tin lick people wore working tlio south a (Mils. TIioho fi'llowi who first cnpturei! n slaves nro rKKpoiiNlhle for tin (rat of tlin Ht. Unions bnso hull am at St. Hele...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 3 July 1914

XOTICK OV SHERIFF'S 8ALK IX THE CIRCl'IT COl'RT OK TIIK STATE OK OKKGO.V VOH T1IL! COUNTY' OK COI.l'MRIA fi. S. Brown, Plaintiff, vs. Minerva J. Kaxtjr. Nettie Squires and Harris Squtror. iicr husband, Maria West, Cotumbi.i Packing Com pany, Julin Li. Grubor. as Receiver of the Capital Lumbering Company, Defendants. .Notice is hereby given that undei and by virtue of an execution In fore closure and order of sale duly issu ed out of the above enttled Court in the above named case, .directed to me the Sheriff of Columbia County, Oregon, and dated June 8, 1914, upon a judgement rendered and en tered In said Ciurt and cause on the 6th day of June, 1914, where'. the above named plain M.t recoveied judgment against the above nouiel defendants for the sum of Five Hun dred Sixty-two and 77-100 Dollars, with interest thereon from the 5th day of June, 1914, at the rate of 8 per cent per annum, Fifty Dollars attorney's fee andthe further sum of Seventeen and 60-100 costs, and costs of and upo...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 3 July 1914

I 0HIINA'K No. 17 , ,. import liming Mm cort ' ni' of flt' 0r8- n.a.1 """ 11,0 C0Mt 0f 'ri'n.rom.-.t to tho property 4 r.lllV. W .. .... ,r ttl,oriu Ordinance u. . 30ti. iy ' Jun0 10U' duly 'V , uliirly "nwl ly tl" Common "dr" City of Bt. IMpdi, , Hewer District No. 8. In 7',,, 0f Ht. lll"'. Oregon, tho ll'6 1 117 . .. .1.1. ... oil folium. b"U It- in-KliinlnB at the Intersection "!,l,e 'fouih Hi"" 'f Willamette .trcot ,lh , cut Hno or Winter "troot, In St. Il,"'' ' " ' fMluny .i..n ' ;""; (,,,; ' fflltamrti" ),r,H"' 600 t0 l,tr of Hemlock "Ireot; Uonc. northerly on tho center line of Hem lock lr,,"t' lja f,M,,; lhnnc0 w),H,ur1'' HO fet ' llm cor,,,,r Hf ,ot 2- 3- 20 ,n,l . I.UM-k i0; thonro southerly nlniiK the renter line of said block j, f(M.t; thence westerly utnl pnral Jl wllli Wlllnmntto street, lfj feet to the center of WiH Walla street; ,l,nnre northerly on the center lln of Wnlli Witlhi "',,,,t 620 f"ot t0 "'0 center Wyih street; thence aiml crly li! the """ of Wyoth street...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 3 July 1914

Immense Celebration t .fV c ,nn r.... iii r.o.rt -it tint nw chv hall Dark. 8 , WASHINGTON MUCKu ST. vs. ' KELSO Prize for Winning Team. 5:30 Log Rolling Contest for the Championship of Hie Cohini-j hia River. Open to all comers. I MeKItE IMRDVyiRC COAVPyiAY DEALERS IN he ivilyts u.tnnini: ir.iiWKss sjsu St. Helens Oregon July 4th 1914 8:00 p. m. Fireworks from Barges 'on the Columbia lover. 9:00 p. in. BIG DANCK IN Till! CITY HALL. WATER FIGHT, ST. JOHNS va ST. IlELKN.S. Exhibitions by fire companies. MM COWLITZ nnii HIVKlt STHt'KTS ST.I,F...K.S.0REC(, .u. ! !Ww.j.muciux . : U '!? c r . V -J Under the Auspices of St. Helens Fire Departmeut Literary, Musical and Sport Program to be an Interesting One OFFICERS OF THE DAY Hon. Glen R. Metsker 1 P.eaident Hon. W. A. Carter . .Orator Hon. Martin White Chief Marshal 1. Sunrise Salute 2. 9:00 a.m. Parade Formation. 3. 9 to 10:30 Parade. Prizes foi best floats, for best nuHtiary Bocial, civic or fraternal organizations. , " Martial Airs by...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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