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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 9 October 1914

ST. HELENS MIST riiini'i',11 mm -""" " iHNtKHl Kxvvy I'lidiiy lly Til K .M I H T I' V II Ii I Hi! I N 1 (Ml M V A X Y 1 M. K. MIHur, ttlttor " I'nloriil hh wtcoml ttlims iimtl'ir, Jiuiuury loth, J912 he 1'iiHt Olllee n tHuliit llol vn. ip.w unlor I lie Act of Mnrcli 3rd, 187b BUIIHCKU'TION itATEH Ono Yvir $1.60 Sii 4liintlm 76 A.lvi-rilHlim rntH nmdo known on application imllctm 25 cunts por lino. Til K COUNTY O ' K I C 1 A h V A 1' K It STICK TO THE FARM W ith winter coining on, and the crops safe ly harvested and stuwed away, many young ,j,t.n (.f the farms will k casting longing eyes toward the great cities. They would leave the green lields and their pleasures and seek the glare "f 'In' electric lights and the- allurements (ilthe great white way. They would taste of ,,e greater life. And therein lurks the most haunting peril that confronts our country today, for the nation is dependent upon the fanner. Our )(,iti!ati"n is increasing hy leaps and hounds, and millions of additiona...

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. — 9 October 1914

GQXtUMB OOU T Y OJSEKQK i,nil(TtnrL". LOCATION: In the Northwestern part of Orejron, on the Columbia River, with about TO miles of river front AREA: About 700 square miles. 422,5j2 acres. TILLABLE LAND: 15,726 acre. This is land that is actually in cultivation and cleared, exclusive of town lots, NON-TILLABLE LAND: 106.706' acres, which includes all timber where there is more than 100,000 feet on a quarter section, also all log ped oil land which is not suitable for and in no condition for cultivation. TIMBER: About seven and one half to eight billion feet. ASSESSED VALUE OF TIMBER: $11,467,180. ASSESSED VALUE OF TILLABLE LAND: $911,355. TOTAL ASSESSED VALUATION OF ALL PROPERTY: $18,000,000. MILES OF COUNTY ROADS: 500 miles, some of which is in first class condition, some in fair condition and some in very poor condition. MILES OF RAILROADS: About 125 miles which includes the main line of the S. P. & S. and the various lodging roads. POPULATION: Census of 1910 gives 10.5S0 but a...

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. — 9 October 1914

OCTOISER 21 WILL BT. ill . i :,'-; W- .J -ii ;. w2 ;7 I c:--i ' I y . I I Continued from Page 6 I.n!xi!!;,,!!rvKr,attr'l,,l0n !"B,?,m f 1,10 Hla m'rvoy- w,llt" Btallon In f.p 27 28 ri,' l l Tl f ." Hf,,tlon corn,!r wlllfi" ,B common to sections rt HIHI 34 In TdWIIulltl, (1 lmitl. r . 4 . ii,.,... i - , mine i wuui oi uie winameuo toi 0 M.Tllll,,!, I stall. . i, vo ' , " "llllP"""-ly direction a distance or 1639.8 feet feet h i. ,,f ill f anon in approximately 1320 font east and 13V It l7 ,,r lr m'! ?:7,!,!:V:" mVu,n r"n,pr- talning acre,,. Fund in ..,.; .Yt V, . warrant, no drawn on the Nulialem Hol d to "f,h i, ",u fit,. tl:yz7-r'' ":e a,,ovo sum-..and '":.,i.ver-1 nun uy reason or llio established wl(l(-m (, straightened srid changed road. Ill'NS N rn Vat VlK 1,111 T,!EK ITMElt COMPANY and lion.hi.-ifi i. .T. ' T " 1,18 "inner damages J TV ' Celebrate Edison Dav M i : w' 4 TLo ma,t filtinc tribut0 any of i could possibly pay to the p-enit us possibly pay to the p-enius of Edison o...

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. — 9 October 1914

LOCAL HAPPENINGS AND DOINGS Yourself and Others Miss Lucille Slade spent Wednes day in Portland. Born; On October 5th to Dr. and Mrs. Tucker, a son. James MucVle of Portland was a St. Helens Tisitor today. Mr. Harley Turner visited with his parents in Gresham during the week Mrs. L. J. Van Orshoven Tisited friends at Mayger during the week. Frank Miles of Portland was a business Tisitor in St. Helens Wed nesday. Mrs. Armstead was quite ill for a few days last week but is now much Improved. Mrs. Willard Jones of Portland visited with Mrs. Zipperer during the week, in St. Helens. Feter Felton attended the funenl of the late Warren Quick at Dallas. Oregon on Wednesday. A. L. Stone and Walter Williams returned today from a business trip to Carlton, Washington. Miss Peterson of Portland was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Southard in St. Helens over Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Peel motored to Portland Wednesday and spent the day visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Atkins and daughter of Rain i...

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. — 16 October 1914

rf (mi a. 3U OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY VOL. XXXIII. ST. HELENS. OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1914 231 No. W A. PENDER TO 0 BE DELIVIiKliU TO PENITENTIARY IN 20 DAYS FE DEPENDSON THE. ELECTION Should Capital Punishment be Abolished He, Will Get Life Imprisonment John Arthur Ponder was sentenced r the second time luHt Tuesday, ti l hanged for Ilia niunlur of Diils IVi'liiiimn nil September 4 til 1911 The lilHtory of t Ills famous case I. veil known to all resident of till' utility, Pender having been tried wlce, tlii) llrHt time tho Jury falling 10 terra nnil tlio lust ttmn verdlei 1)f Drat decree murder being return il. Hlncu Hint time Pendor lias tak fa in ap iru I to tlio Supreme Court l ut the Jiul k mxn t of the Clrculi 'ourt was affirmed. A motion for r re-hiMirliiK wus then asked for before llie Supreme Court which was denied ind It hecamo necessary for 1'onilo' o ikhIii face the Judge to henr M kncila which means lila death. Oi ruiday morning In charge of tin herlff, re...

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. — 16 October 1914

It's Tender! That's our meat, the meat everyone is calling' for. Have you called? Call now and again CENTRAL MARKET B. I. PLUMMER, Prop. All Work Guaranteed. Estimates Furnished. R. CONSTANTIN Plumbing and Sheet Metal Heating Work St Helens Oregon Columbia County Abstract Company.. Abstracts, Real Estate, Insurance. Loans, Conveyancing St. Helens, Oregon Regular Proceedings of County Court Continued from last week FIFTY-EIGHTH: That V. C. NICOLAS and NICOLAS (illAY are iliim acej in the mini of It 00 by reason of the appropriation of a Ktrlp of land Mxty (60) feel in wiilth for aalil xoail over and arroas lamia owned by them, incluiliug all damage Bustalned to the remulniuK iortion of IkikIs owned by thorn in unywlso affected thereby.. That the atrip of land bo appropriated I described aa follows: to-wlt: A strip of land nixtv ttiO) feet in width Ileitis thirty (30) feet wldo 'l encli side of the center line of the Nehalem Highway an survived over and across the Northwest quarter (N...

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. — 16 October 1914

Continued 1IVI , UgU j of suction thirty-four (34) TownHlilp live (6) north of r.,., ()f tin) Wlllumutte Meridian. ' 0rt" 01 ru,,fe '"' ) wont Beginning ui union 7U x 93 of the said iurvey whirl, ...... . proxln.atoly 1320 foot north .ml 780 font oaatoMha I "" In rcilll.ll.iil to minima aa anu a ..( Hut Willamette Mnrldlan anil 4 west of the Willuiiiotte Mori direct Inn 1361.6 root to BlHllon I iiiinixlniutoly 376 foot east UlnlllK wrtm. It In rurmor unijn.ur,ij mat a warrant bo drawn on tho m..i,Ui . . KllM(1 In favor of ald 8. V. ami MI,llB Muln.Hrfor t o ah"ve .unm dolvorod to them In ful for damage, sustained by thorn by roanon of the mtulillHlimniit of nail! widened, .tralghtened and changed mail ,,. TV-HI XTH: That SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. T. d 1,1 , tllt rum of $100 by reason of the appropriation of a atrip of Ian, ? Z I roa,' ov,.r und across lnnd. owned by It, Including all damages sustained o th remaining portion of land ownod by It In anywise affoctod thereby Ti, i tho strip o...

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. — 16 October 1914

Lunch At Masons Waffles Sandwiches Short Orders Confectionery Ice Cream !ODGE5 HOULTON CIRCLE NO 48, Women of Woodcraft, meet the second and fourth Tuesday afternoon of eaca month at Iloulton, Ore. Aur.s E. Van Natta Guardian Neighbor. Houlton, Ore.; Minuie A. Moiltv Clerk. Columbia i.ncampment No. 77, I. O. O. F. meets in the I. O. O. F. Hal!, on the second and fourth Thursday of each month, eojonmeving Patriarchs most cordially invited to meet with ns. G. C. Robey, Chief Patriarch. C. W. BLkesIey, Scribe. Avon Ivxlge No 61' Knights ot Pythias meets evtry Tneedny Evenirj; in v-as-tleHall, St. Helens. Visiting Knight", always welcome. j. W. Clark, C. C. A, J. Detnin, K.of R & S a fcT HELENS LODGE SO. 32. wV A F 4 AM. MeeU 1st and 3d Saturdiy in each month. Visiting brothers cordially welcomed. John Q UR(!e, iia.-ter; K. a. ynitfc. Secretary. Ve'-VN, Ft. Helens Lode No. 117,1. O.O. F. meets r-i the I. O.O. F. build ing, on li.e second and fourth Saturdays of emu nionth, visiting ...

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. — 16 October 1914

ST. HELENS MIST FOt'NDKI) 1HHI " IknimnI Kvery luclny Hy TIIK .MINT I' til LI Hill NO CO MI' A NY 1 ml,' mil... mh... EtiTrl iib nocond class mnttcir, Januury loth, 1912 .1 ih Tout fl'lco a tHutnt ll.ilfoi. (ir'Mdii, un.Inr llio " Act of March 8rd, 187K suhbcuii'TIon kateu One Year $1.60 Sli Months 76 AriviirtlHlnK rntos made known on upplicatloii l.cKul notlcu 25 emits par Una. flllS C O UN t y OK V I C I A li iaT"kTT Dois a party nomination for office moan anytliiK? 's il n,an -,,liil-'l to the support of liis parly after going through a primary eli-c-liiin campaign to receive his nomination? Can a cainliilate who has received the party Humiliation for office be assured that he will receive the sttport of that party or must lie knew that lie has no more advantage and no more prestige by receiving that nomination than dues the man who has no party behind him nor who has gone to the expense and worry of a primary campaign? If a man who has received the nomination from l;i party caii...

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. — 16 October 1914

eo-m b m im o o u y o as n, INDUSTRIE: LOCATION: In the Northwestern part of Oregon, on the Columbia River, with about 70 miles of river front. AREA: About 700 square miles. 422,5l2 acres. TILLABLE LAND: 15,726 acres. This is land that is actually in cultivation and cleared, exclusive of town lots. NON-TILLABLE LAND: ' 406.766 acres, which includes all timber where there is more than 100,000 feet on a quarter section, also all loo ped off land which is not suitable for and in no condition for cultivation. TIMBER: About seven and one half to eight billion feet ASSESSED VALUE OF TIMBER: $11,467,180. ASSESSED VALUE OF TILLABLE LAND: $911,355. TOTAL ASSESSED VALUATION OF ALL PROPERTY: $18,000,000. MILES OF COUNTY ROADS: 500 miles, some of which is in first class condition, some in fair condition and some in very poor condition. MILES OF RAILROADS: About 125 miles which includes the rr.s.:n line tf the S. P. & S. and the various logging roads. POPULATION: Census of 1910 gives 10.5S0 ...

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. — 16 October 1914

OCTOBER 21 WILL BE ft mA MP r ' few B 'l V,1-'!'"'rt" I I I II IMll ,,MEvery child should has done WW October 21st has born nnmod Edison Day in honor of America';! great inventor. On that day every boy nnd girl i,hou!d be told somothlnc of the wonderful achievements of the man who, starting life as a newsboy, later Ravo to the world the incandescent electric lamp. Iho highest development cf his great invention is found today in - . EDISON MAZDA LAMPS To Ret the full Mvlng of EDISON MAZDA Lamps they should be used in every room cf every homo. They give from 3 to 6 times us much liRht as the old-stylo carbon lamps with out usiiir any moro electricity-giving you more light, better light and cheaper light. If your home isn't wired, let us show you how you can have it done now ut very little expense. Kl. WATCH WINDOW DISPLAY FOR FEATURES OF TEREST op E. A. ROTGER I III I -JiJaA-t.xtL3b 191 5 '.FORD. ON EXHIBIT I -- . rrr-AT THE - - independent auto garage I Hi ABOUT OCTOBER 10 (''''''Bsm...

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. — 16 October 1914

Wput ct We Sti'V Tr puty Sheriff White went to Tres- Judge Harris lust TuosUay per Wednesday where he arrested Tretades, a Greek store keeper, formed the ceremony which nimle John O. McGraw and MIhs Grace II. Lewis of Astoria, husband and wile. Hews Hall acted as best mau ai:d conducted himself as becomes a best man by kissing tho bride. ft tnt iHiot locum. He was nrouKlit to Make Winter Cozy thjn St. Helens jail whore hf Is twalt Ine a hearing before tho Jrstloo of tli Peace. J j 1 LOCAL HAPPENINGS AND DOINGS i Yourself and Others T Mr. and Mrs. Zipperer spent Tues day in Tortland. Mrs. Wm. Muckle is visiting in Rainier this week. Miss Lois Torry is in St. Helens today visiting friends. Ed Bailagh was a business visitor in Portland Wednesday. Mrs. E. H. Flagg of Portland spent Wednesday in St. Helens. Mr. and Mrs. John Prlngle were l ortland visitors during the week Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox visUert over Sunday with relatives in Fortlanl Tom Grant of South Scappoosa was a ouslness visito...

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. — 23 October 1914

Infill T4'a A v ..Ov.. K'C ? .22 m : r : ' . J.' : !l ; ! if Mi i OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY m VOL. XXXIII. ST. HELENS. OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1914 m HIP NED IN RIVER Large Ocean Liner Beached Near Columbia City ONE M n TO DEATH Iomi l VitrloiiNly DndinaliHl at ' from $100,(1(10 to IO(,loo by Klro At 4:110 o'clock lust Sunday nfter iiiiuii wlitlu Iho blK ocwon llnor, Suntn I'alalliiu, from New York, wiih work Ink' it h way up tlifl Columbia Hlvor on I ho litHt Inp of tlifl Journey from On' Atlantic roust, mid while Just opposite Columbia City, tho altirin of lire wn Hounded from tlm Imltcr rooiiiH and beforo anything could be (lone to put It out tlio lilt? bout was pointed toward tlio Oregon shore and was forced on tlio Band, tliero to burn In hiicIi extent an caused approxi mately half million dollars dam iiko. The only mun who knew the rinise of tho flro was nun Johnson, the tl renin n who wm on duty, and the spread of the flro wan so appar ently Instantaneous that Joh...

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. — 23 October 1914

It's Tendex That's our meat, the meat everyone is culling for. Have you called? Call now a ml a era in CENTRAL MARKET B. I. PLUMMER, Prop. Regular Proceedings of County Court Continued (rum last week !.,!,! .1.. ' 1.1,-vl .( to 1 tlm mini nf HIT e:uuo Xill.l. LUli hn Kiitn llf 1)4 III) per Hi. Vil. ,,. yd lUihhlo M;iMnry, (dry) 12' to IS' high, the mini of OS. 00 per n 1 s' to ?4 C to ::i)' high the mini nf IM III) ht si :0' to "'i' high, tho sum of i -" per um of $1! Hi) per utile yard. t it in of $17.50 jut cialc yaid. tllil of $ 1 l.l'O pt l Otll'le Vill.l. o. H i' umii of iS.t'O pir hundred pounds i-lvinvl in the tin tot. :i:.d V till! I'OUlt I'.lilt llil Of Kllll lOIO.I.IorilH: K.llil I ill." Mils t o, nml liut Hiuiii' Kulililo Mm onry, (dry ) i; ni'lo J!:iMinry, (dry ) i j liuhle Muf.'iirv. ( il i y I ; i Conrteio. c';;.-s "A" tin'. ; i oti;ivii, i..s "II" the j l ono: Tie. l !.ns 'I "' the i I 11,1 the I Olil t I'I'ill . too I: i 1, . il i.i oroied i . ii : i u . ui. i i . " ...

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. — 23 October 1914

lie 29 Measures as They App ear on the Official Ballot of Columbia County, to be Voted on luesday, November 3, 1914 REFERRED TO THE PEOPLE BY THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY Wit AN AMWviimmni or motion 2 of Article n of the ( oiiHiiiHuiMi vi uii'tun, pu mi 10 mquire voters to lie cfllzdis of U"' I'lllted Htntes, In ull elections, unless .1 .l..n I.lfiullll1 ff.M I., llli. f 'mini II 1.. . OIIHTWiup .,w,. ...... mi hi inu uiiniuuilllll. VOlO YES Or NO coNHI Tl UTIUNAL AMENDMENT of Hoctlon 8 of Arlldu V of tho Coniitltutlon of Oregon, for the pur (iokii of minting tlio olllce of LIuuteiiunt-UovBriior, who hIiiiII net as (lovrnor I it ciihb of tlie Inuhlllty of tim Governor to perform Ills duties, anil wlm hIiiiII uli:o m t n President or the Sunnto, fixing hln salary ul $10.00 pur day, but only while tlio Legislature Ih In session, unci providing for the Speaker of the House to act a Covornor In case of the Inulillity of liuth the Governor and Llouteuunt-Govrnor to act. . 1 Vote YES or NO. Y...

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. — 23 October 1914

Lunch At Masons Waffles Sandwiches Short Orders Confectionery Ice Cream J ODCES NOTICE OF SALE OK TIDK LANDS HOULTON CIRCLE NO 4S, Women of Woodcraft, meets the second and fourth Tuesday afternoon of each month at Houlton, Ore. Anna E. Van Natta Gaardian Neighbor. Honlton, Ore.; Winnie A. Motley Clerk. Columbia Encampment No. 77, I. O. 0. F. meets in the I. O. O. F. Hall, on the second and fourth Thursday of each month, eojonrneying Patriarchs most cordially invited to meet with us. G. C. Robey, Chief Patriarch. C. V. Blukesley, Scribe. Avon Lodge No 62 Knights ot Pythias meets every Tuesday Evening in oas tleHall, St. Helens. Visiting Kiiighu always welcome. J. W. Clark, C. C. A, J. Deming, K. of R & S a ST. HELENS LODGE NO. 32. fV A F 4AM. Meets 1st and 3d Saturday in each month. Visiting brothers cordially welcomed, John Q Gane, Master; E. E. Quick, Secretary. St. Helens Lodge No. 117,1. O. O. F. meets 'in the I. O.O. F build ing, on the second and fourth Satunlavn of each mo...

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. — 23 October 1914

ST. HELENS MIST IhniiisI llvfiy l-'titlny Ity T II i: .MINT I'V II li 1 Mil I N j ( ( . N Y M. K. Mlllr. iMili.p " lIntiTcit nil second chins muttxr, Januury lotli, J9I2 st iho 1'oHt Olllce a tSiilnl ll.iltai. Or-Mon, uii-lur the Act of March 3rd, 187t BUIISCIUPTION IIATK: Win Viiar $ 1 .CO Six Month 75 AilvcrtiHliiK rules nurto known on uppliralion l,i-Kiil notices 26 cunts per line. T II 10 C O U N T Y O V V I C I A li I A I" K II THE REAL CAUSE The principal industry in Columbia County is lumbering. To this industry, in the present undeveloped condition t.f the county, nearly the entire population owes its livelihood. f are all more or less dependent upon, it for our daily bread. The fanner, the merchant, hc mechanic, the day laborer, the longshoreman, the professional man and in fact all of us de pend on this industry for business and mark ets. During the past year the pr.ee of lumber has dropped from $5 to $J0 per thousan I. A number of our mills and logging cai.,ps have closed...

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. — 23 October 1914

; i I LOCATION: In the Northwestern part of Oregon, on the Columbia River, with about 70 miles of river front. AREA: About 700 square miles. 422,51(2 acres. TILLABLE LAND: 15,726 acres. This is land that is actually in cultivation and cleared, exclusive of town lots. NON-TILLABLE LAND: 406.766 acres, which includes all timber where there is more than 100,000 feet on a quarter section, also all log jred off land which is not suitable for and in no condition for cultivation. TIMBER: About seven and one half to eight billion feet. ASSESSED VALUE OF TIMBER: $11,467,180. ASSESSED VALUE OF TILLABLE LAND: $911,355. TOTAL ASSESSED VALUATION OF ALL PROPERTY: $18,000,000. MILES OF COUNTY" ROADS: 600 miles, some of which is in first class condition, some in fair condition and some in very poor condition. MILES OF RAILROADS: About 125 miles which includes the main line of the S. P. & S. and the various lojrging roads. POPULATION: Census of 1910' gives 10,580 but a careful estimate this year...

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. — 23 October 1914

"'re 1. I" the nnJ m dairy. 'r of which ilo of and Mch S OUTLINED k WITHYCOMBE Law Endorsed, Econ- Ld and Rural Devel- ment Advocated. ,mnn'iit ImhuocI Bt Mudfurd n. i imoH Wltliycombe, Ho- Led primary nominee for ouilliun lo policies nna still" Kovnrninoiit to which t in n nnilrunt for the of , i.iooiitlve. Tlio Blntcmeiit, . t.iuirnrm mid In It he II H , - ----- iiv uml umnlBtnkubly bis ,h vitul Ihkuus of the cam- l,o iiiti-ninnt follows: iiiMxibllcnn direct primary f..r iidvcrnor of OrcKon, I . to tllO DOOPlU Of tllO frii'f Ki'iicrul outline of thoHe iniii uovcrnmnnt which It la Lkm to put Into effect end jnviil mi to tji'como a cnnul Hie IiIk'i office of governor. It to Lighten Burden. ntiiKi t 1 mn koIiik to nn me In iho iiiliiilnlHlriitlon of itute Xnj iTononiy et the cxpmiHe ,uv. hut ,rnnnniv im u imrt my. It U my firm bollof that -icnt Inmli'it ilac'd upon lyciH of On iton la out of all ii l tlio taxtililu weiilth of Ct.-' 9..' i ii eej mmrvmrm ..":' v: v jf f VPM ",-v.;W.' ...

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. — 23 October 1914

Capt. Uudden, superintendent of cargos for the W. It. Grace Co., of New York, has been 111 St. Helens this week in consultation with tho Underwriter who have been Investi gating tho tiro on the RantR Cuta-lina. The Christmas sale annually held by the Congregational Church will be hold about tho middle of Decem Make Winter k ber. They are preparing their usual attractive Hue of plain and fancy needle work, rugs, etc., at moderate prices. j 1 LOCAL HAPPENINGS AND D0iNK j t Yourself and Others Wise and Otherwise Mrs. Belford is visiting Mrs. East man in Fortlund this week. Charles Halilerman of Astoria spent Monday in this city on legal business. James Muckle of Portland attend ed to business matters in St. Helens this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Saxton of Bachelor Flat, were shopping in St. Helens today. John Philip returned Wednesday evening from an extended visit to Sherwood, Oregon. Captain H. Groves of the Port of Portland, was a business visitor in St. Helen! this week. Miss Carrie ...

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