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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 15 February 1918

COURT PROCEEDINGS On tlil nay ',1r pr"tod to the Court the written resignation of y, Harnett's Clerk of Columbia rounty, said resignation to become Iffocllve February Int. 191)1, and Ilia Court bolng fully advised In tb mat tar It U ordered by tlio Court Unit resignation be and the mime In hereby accepted. On tlil day-11 ordered by tlio Court that it. K. Hall be and be l; horn'iy appolntod Clerk of Columbia County, Oregon, for the unexpired term of A. F. Hamuli, reHlguud, and tho amount of bond to be required of inch Clerk be and the name In hnrnhy 1,eJ ,n "um of 10.- ooaoo. On tblM day H. H. Mall presonts to tlio Court bis certlllcato of ap pointment to the o 111 oe of Clerk of Columbia County, Oregon, for the umxplred term of A. F. Harnett, ro tlKiied, toKether with ti In oath of of fice and hla bond In the sum of $10, 000.00 with the Fidelity and Cui ualty Company of New York aa sure ties and the Court being advised In the matter. It la ordered by tlio Court tint said bond be and...

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. — 15 February 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY IS. 1918 EDS 1 STATEMENT OF TAXES LEVIED IN COLUMBIA COUNTY, OREGON, FOR THE YEAR 1918 BASED OX ASSESSMENT AND TAX ROLL OF 1017. Valuation placed by Assessor and equalized by County Board of Equalization 111,688,645.00 Valuation of Public Service Corporations certified to by State Tax Commission 2,072,240.00 OREGON WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL REVIEW Number of New Enterprises Itoeord txl New HMumllla and Thnlx-r Contracts Nofriitintrd Hums t Have a Railroad Dairy ImluNtry Kxtcmllng. Total valuation upon which taxes are to be collected by Tax Collector 113,660,885.00 Valuation of unsecured personal property on which tax has been collected and turned Into County Treasurer 68,155.00 Total assessed valuation of all property In County. . .$13,729,040.00 Levy in General Tax. Valuation. State tax $13,660,885.00 County Road (interest on road bonds, sinking fund, etc.) County School Fire Patrol Association County Fair Library Indigent Soldiers and Sailors Mills. 3.1113...

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. — 15 February 1918

COLUMBIA COUNTY C SCHOOL NOTES (Continued from I'nga 1) -nt the pupil of all department L collecting tamp by the whole l These lamp are turned over 10 government and the proceed , to the distressed people in Ku- The pluy hed hud been rebuilt .d In In full operation again. The Mcllrldo school Iihi the bent hutting PlB,lt ln t,1B countJr lo I"10' which In ureal Improvement over .i.. nlil gyHtem. rue new electric light aro also a groat Improvement ,nd are very much approclutod. A gpeclul committee, liai boon ap polnled to have charge of the Thrift Stm Ple gnu tuiuiw is on which will close February 15, to be followed by a renowod contoHt. At present thla hcIiooI baa bought about i(0 worth 01 stamp. yi Muthewa haa aome of t!.e host flrrit grado writing to be found anywhoro, a Judged by ape Hilliii. Mis Taylor In In charge of th second grade, and la nicely lo cited In tho Illahop bull, and l do lor good work. Mr. I.uku'i room I the bunner room to fur reported In the county for isle of Thr...

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. — 15 February 1918

TAXES DELINQUENT TAX LIST FOB. 1UIO The following list of real property situated in Columbia County, State of Oregon, is hereby advertised for delinquent taxes assessed tor the year 1916. This advertisement is n ...V.A..I..A.1 l.a. ... .,knjln.l In Chapter 275 of the General Laws of "J"?.1 part f - S ?f,Vi?? Oregon, as passed by the 1911 Ses-l'1"? ft T3 a"dnin ' i k 7 ljLt nfendTentf Semb'y " I " -"tK" an esamon "o.Iowlng .d. Jjnd t.tl.. L. 5 and 6 and part L'mTdVn'fuen'v 0519 ! '' V-tafU." FS came delinquent October 5th, 1917, ,, . a,. fj o ... 1., and are subject to a penalty of 5 1 foot, ' H w.nH fnn'J 11" per cent, and interest at the rate 'ad , tde.l5nA frontinS ; 1"2 of 12 per cent per Rnnum until said , m r 9 n 7s a. taxes shall have been paid. Helens $i 16 Notice Is hereby given that six!He'enf; , months kfter the taxes charged I ' Iji L v.V against the following real property i ond.12"-, 9 becond Add- t0 SeT' v.n.. .1... l." 1 . noma, M uiBb uqiauiu uuuuitucui, vim fiiri'i ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 15 February 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1918 " nit- WVi ot '' 11 una Wi l.1 it ii i: I s 18 U 4: 'I K, o H..ltxenbrg, $42.64. lrc- .. . K. B That part of f BWVi ' BWii lying N. ..a E. o' .... . uuu uvi. ttf W. V.71 ,. .mi w m to E 17. T. 4 "1 ui.'ii H. 20. T. 4 N. H. I W. W. M.; N. II. , ..i NKVi of HK'ii. rr. Ki 01 . u. w. M.; . lylnK lf NKVi .... - uv.v. .if w. m.; .';.'." !,, ivlis'w. of II. H. and t1"'t 1 ..f NK 'i of SKVi of 8WV4 Ijrln 11. 8. 21, T. 4 N. W. M. and tliut purl of K ' MKU of BWVi lying K. of B H. 21.T. 4 N. It. 2 W. W. 'i.Krliid. B. H -KV4, of 11 4 vvl of I. 12 II. l; I 4, 6, h 9. If II. H. 15 II. 2! Mli ,1 I.. 2 n.l WVi of I.. 't i- 1.. 8 and KH of I.. 10 "d u. . t n fit I.. 6. 7 and IS of li. 3 WV4 of I.. 8 . 3. K, 9 and KVi of I.. i. 11. 'l2,' 13 Spltxenberg, 15.39. NeUon. H:m. ""I" ,f-8i'V of NKVi 19 SEVi of I'K. M. ani 2 Nicholas. H. W.-L. , , frac 10 and 11; I,. 2 n, ,4 .'j ,aJ 1. 2, 3, 4, t. 6 II. in; L. l 2 2o4bi5, ' 7' 8 U K1, Nicholas, It. W.-L. 9, 10. 11 ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 15 February 1918

10 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 1918 Gem Theatre FRIDAY. FEB. 15 y." ' X Jwt-. f. William S. Hart The Desert Man Saturday, Feb. 16, - Mixed Program SUNDAY, FEB. 17 'REDEMPTION' with Evelyn Nesbit and her son. Russell Thaw MONDAY, FEB. 18 "SPREADING DAWN" A big Goldwyn Special. It IS BIG don't miss it. TUESDAY, FEB. 19 "The Calendar Girl" Mutual 5-R! Drama and f$si Charley Chaplin d & tt in "Easy Street" WEDNESDAY, FEB. 20 'THE BAD BOY' with Robert Haron (Triangle) Wonderful Bargains TIBER'S Our famous WASHINGTON SHOES. We don't holler so much about PRICES as we do QUALITY. We would rather lose a sale than to have a dissatisfied customer See What $1.00 36-in. Cotton Will Buy Mercerized Crepe Good quality 8 bow a many different shades. Same Umbrellas 33 J? yea;- While they last. DOC Yard - J Nigger Brown Ladies' Voile and Silk Hose Batiste Waists irVhul! 11,6 fag G':1 a Ma'le fu": Kood workmanship, .m i... y ' CaD- Lxc(i!1,:"t You would be surprised in the quality; no sea...

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. — 22 February 1918

Have Yon Purchased One of Uncle Sam's Baby Bonds? On Sale at Postoffice mjMm OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY VOLUME XXXVII- ST. HELENS OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1918 NO. 10 WAR STAMP SALE BEYOND $7,000 $822.64 SOLD THIS WEEK (jj, Dtxn N '' I'P t KerU. Hun of ('miiiUicn Manager. Stamp sale fur tUe week ending February 20: CUUkinla $ 302.92 Gobi 1 0 Houllon 62-7 UI1 gt. Il1n 202.12 Total Preilouily reported .$ 822.84 . 6,293.60 Total to Feb.O $7,110.1 The total amount of War Savings Stamp sold In Columbia county since lb ailing campaign started amount! lo more than 97,000, but even thla amount I far lesa than what the tale should be. The amount appor tioned to the county la $270,000, or about $25 per capita. The govern ment expect ua to ralie till amount in th period of one year, but at the rat the aalo are coming in It will take about five year. To date, peo ple of St.' Melon hare In reeled In itampa to the amount ot approxi mately $2,000. Eatlma...

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. — 22 February 1918

'IV .: iK I' Ui; .,: sis jVj P P 'I-' m If m srr; Hi Issued Every Friday by THE MIST PUBLISHING COMPANY 0. D. HEILBOR.V. . . .Vice President and Manager. S. C. MORTON Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year fLBO.rouean neutrals. Six Months 78 wnt.,.,1 .BrnndrflHM matter. January 10th. 1912, at the Postofflcejsfve advances, while in other linei at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act of March 3rd, 1879 COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER "I pledge allegiance to my Flag, ! S-.0 la ",.C-r.,,CIl,.Ii!th.t coal in Sweden now sells at 100 Liborty and Justice for All." WEED THEM OUT Indictments have been returned by the federal grand jury at Sacra mento against 65 persons charged with conspiring with officers of the I. W. W. to hinder the execution of the laws of the United States In the j prosecution of the war, and some of rocketed in price. A single tire sold the accused have been brought to j for $40 tlieSre last October. trial. I "Tea in Sweden is $8 a pound. According to the statement of gov- Coffee is pra...

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. — 22 February 1918

JUtrKLY WAR ImlnK I"-""11 A"4j'",t H,l",",n M hull" I'nrnii'in CT IIPT run . . : . '"iMa ivusi, f K11JAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1918 3 iothr mlH'iii" wlinlllii ' " ..... I '..II. ..I Klnlio till a lll'llll " ,i i,v tho fixliirnl farm loan f'j A mri nilvortlMlng himself un ttt,or7.cd orBHiu"r i'"i ,.. unmirliit'oiiH In senilliiK out nl(loniil nutj, uui " DW ,urli associations nt $600 ch nJ w!" ,,'u',, ol,"'r t,m trlt'k ' '-..-11.I11 sum of money. Ills ail- rtlMmionl" l'v reached friimr i bUHllHW" liH-n over n IMn 1.1 foiled HliH. no ciiunm in ii buy urKi'''" titttlonul fnrm , aKfoclutlonx Hint ho needs help. ul lk time to touch others !', i monetary cpnsldnrstlon. All iuch representations are framl- U-nt 0 irilW Hliimi I ... If lu ti.irnMMnl'V f.ir lirm io" " , ' I rmeriW orKimW co-opnrauvo na limal '"" '""" "Horlut!oiiH In tlmlr ,ai communities, u I a violation ,f i rullnic of "'0 fmlnnil farm loan ,nrl. pulilnhixl morn thnn a yar o fori nut loiml frrm-lonn assorts ,'.' r i Joint-stock land ...

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. — 22 February 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1918 -J rnDDPCDnvnrwrp SCAPPOOSE Ronnld Devins has an attack of the measles. E. D. McKay was a visitor ut Camp Lewis this week. R. F. Niblock lias been on the sick list this past week. D. M. Gochnour left for Hurley, Idaho, on Thursday. Charles Lambertson purchased an automobile this week. Elfa and Elsie Lamberson spent the week end In St. Helens. Mrs. Haddon will give a talk on "Patriotism" at the school March 4. Victor Johnson and Mr. Lyon were business visitors in Portland Tues day. The Ladies' Aid met at the hom of Mrs. Geo. Grnnt Thursday after noon. Mrs. Gochnour has rented the J. B. Duncan property and moved on Monday. Jack Duncan was home from F'. Stevens and spent Sunday with the home folks. One of our enlisted boys, Mike Callahan, is In the hospital, ill with the mumps. Rev. Vernon Cooke and Mrs. Cooke were guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Pomeroy Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Blatchford spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Wash burn In Portland. D...

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. — 22 February 1918

BEAVER HOMES Mrs. H. Waaser la In Rainier od business today, pr. E. Perkins spent Sunday o, the bow of J- c- B,Illlh' MIm Sylvia Smith visited Miss jrtna Doyd 8unday. J. C. Hmttti wii a business visitor in 8t. ICultina lust wk. Louts Waaser ond Hoy Myers maito a flying trip to Ralnlor Mondy. HI Jennie King was a guest of tllai I.lnnla Jones laat Sunday. I'. M I'ntaraon, of Aatorla, waa a guest at tha Thomaa homa this week. Mr. and Mra. J. C. Uockner mads a business trip to Nowborg last wank II, r. Adama, of Portland, apont thff week end visiting frlenda here Win. Fraser has secured work In tha 8t. Holms ahlpyard and will ,,robably more lila family there aoon Mnt. Hock nor and Mra. E. Waasur itnd her little daughter apont one dny thli week vlaltlng the achool. Chaa. C-rogory, of Marysvllle,. C'al., ind Mr. Huntress, of Portland, wore rlillnra at the homo of J. J. Myers. Mra. Bwanson, formerly of this place but uow of St. Helena, apont i (w daya vlaltlng frlonda here tlilii wenk. Ml J...

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. — 22 February 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1918 6 LETTER FROM SUNNY FRANCE To the St. Helens Mist: Have at last arrived In this sunny land of France. Can certainly say it does not measure up to expecta tions, but it surprised some of us at that. We were brought to our present location in dirty little rail-1 lnterosting news as to how Uncle road cars which have the following ( gnm.g ar northern territory has re inscription on the outside, "Homines , spouded t0 the aallon-a can. Th let 40. chevaux 8," which means forty ;ter m part BUie&. men or eight horses. So you can see ; ..Eighty per cent of the white that their transportation facilities for ; populaton o( Alaska are members of soldiers are real ciassy. roads are a disgrace to a civilized na tion. Many of the engines would not be allowed on a logging road In America. They have a shrieking lit tle whistle which was amusing to some of us at first. The village near which we live Is numDer being so large that the se situated on the Bit...

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. — 22 February 1918

r0RS ST. HELENS- k m-: .gt ilolnnM MlHt. . air U lu a plwiHure to mo dim the M'Ht to note tliere lit II.... Il.il I... dilation n'Kruiii ,m,ut of tlio fuJ tlirouKli Trun- 0 Niuliurr It baa alwaya ,nirt"7 to mo why tlil road not been l " comimon tor ' ...II.... In fori Mi .1 iirmliifA without mm L . encourage tlie aottlora pro- 1,1 more ami U nocoaalljr of , to trl ninny muro uiiimb jrket. 't W0UK1 uiu iu mo mo court arm commntHionora j mroly lvn tli" iio'l'I rollof. the road r" Pul 1,1 Koou co" a the lottlora would lio within tiiiiira ilrlvn In fori. g or w" ,Dil two to tlie county aoal, I river tninnporlatlon to all !, wooU bn avullalilo, and I vtn- to wr BUto truck aorvlce u!d rrr dnily produce and quick ,;lit lo Hie markota. in tint cohI of tliHKfl Improvo- ii would not bo oxci'aalve and Hi unleore to tlio pnoplo and nalu- lncreaH In valuation of propnrty uitleri would nioro than com- S. P. & S. TIME TABLE Vwtu I'lirtlmiil Lea ma Train. I'ortland No. 21 8:10 a. m. id iz:sb p....

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. — 22 February 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 22, 1918 "Puss In Boots," and "Golden Locks and The Three Bears" By CECILIA REYNOLDS ROBERTSON, In Washington Post ri'SS-IX-BOOTS Puss-tn-Boots, as brave a CAT As ever tor-ment-ed a pesky RAT. His master was poor of purse, so he j Set out for himself the world to see. i i He ROBBER, fierce and! became bold. And he robbed an OGRE of HOUSE i and GOLD, And his MASTER'S praises fur ana wide He sang all over the countryside. GOLDEX LOCKS AND THE THREE I I1K.AHH I Once on a time, long, long ago (How many years I do not know), THREE BEARS resided In a wood (Or so I've always understood). Br-r-r-r! Br-r-r-r! , Br-r-r-r! He found him a WIFE of noble mien. And he brought her JEWELS to deck a queen, . And he gave his master wide fields of grain. And of men and maiden a MIGHTY TRAIN'. How did he do these won'drous things? He wore the BOOTS that the MAGIC brings. They were Fairy Boots and they gave him power To build for his master a magic tower. Where all his W...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 22 February 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1918 , i SIMPSON ENTERS RACE FORGOVERNOR In i,noucln myitulf a candl d.n for nomination for ovcrnor on 1. republican ticket nt the prlmury Wtlon tol "''"' .. J denlro to PP 1 votBr of Lion m Individual, who, urh, Well quiilMnil i"1'" l,,e !" '. l)ie any mid who enn and will J0t. tltolr JudKninnt ahull dlroct. I mi a republican and bullova In ih prlnrlpl" of 1,10 rapuhllcun purly, ,nd ahovo evorythlnn I am an Amor lcn and lnHve In th prlnclpln of B country. I am not a inmubnr of, or ifflllaK"! with, any particular Uctlon or part of tha rupubllcnn party; or am 1 plltl aupport nyo' t,,e c"llt,:ltB tor m at tho (orolnf primary elnctlon. I plrdgo Iht P'P1" of r,,Kon' t,IBt' ln c"n i..nnt my rampalRii I will not hup- porliny particular canaiuum ror or tict In prfirnc to the othnr can didal fr the Name office; that I will not promliio appointment to of (cor pollllcul putronnK" to unyono; lint If nominated and nlnctml I ahull olr ofllrn wtlli iinl'.hor ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 22 February 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1918 TAXES Bk. 16 Pg. 93) S. 29. T. 7 N. K. 2 W. W. M.. $1.45. Backstrom, Christine M. et at. in care of Frank Baxter L. 2-3-4 B. 2 Neer City. $1.38. DpJXQCKNT TAX I.IST MR 1 III. Bank of Sol,WOO(j care of Dean The fo lowing list of real property Blanchard,20x30() ft ,n t,,e c situated In Columbia County. State , E p D L c (gee Bk , p of Oregon, is hereby advertised fori371) $-7 51 delinquent taxes assessed for the, j - ' Laura wrnd. 2-9 Int. year 1916. This advertisement ,sm L 1.2-8--ll and 12 B. 3. and authorized by an act embodied In , that t of L ? s of IMvislon Chapter 275 of the General Laws of. ,ine lt , am, , L L2.3-4.lO-n Oregon, as passed by the 1911 Ses-and 12 R anJ , L g.6.7.8 1( sion of the Legislative Assembly and 6 rnd 2.9 ,nt )n ,nn(, and 1(de. subsequent amendments ,and frontinK L 5 and 6 Bni, part The taxes on the following ad-' L 4 u g and Vnti ,nt m yertised list of real property be-, d and tidoland fmnting ..F. and came deli...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 22 February 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1918 WH of h. 11 and WVi V.'u 1: L. 16 and H B.4; ' u..niiliarc. $43. 64. ," 7 K. U. That part of 5 aw 14 f 8W ,yln" N '.Vill. 8. 1. T. 4 N. It. "; N It. 3 W. W. M-; 'J'nfNKI of BE 14. NEH of SKI? 8. 20. T. 4 N. It. ;'Mj.W p-rt of 8K14 of . tvtnr vt . V NK54 of 8KH of BWH B of It. B. 8. 21, T. 4 N. f ' i .1... .... . ii w m. " b B. 8. Z. " " rtuml. E. B.-EH of L. 11 rK of u i ; I- . ri . 10. 10 ru of L. 3 and WVi of I.. . I. 8 and KV4 of L. 10 h 13 end 13 B. 6; L. 8 anil L of 7 5'.7 ."5 L of L. "no w Dl " h. . . 8. 9 and EH of L. Jil, 12. 13 8 SplUenberg. lima. Hf". ,,e.lr 'rB.E f u of l .a SO. T. 4 N. 11. t W. W WWV4 of L. 8 11. 1 8plUenberg, M- . . . .. luin J0I1B euro . x. n "' ... .1... n.ft .f KW IA nl tun aii " u inns i . ?f J) 8. 2. T. 3 N. It. I W u 17 34. L'tghausen, wuanem i i.uv a. i II, T. 7 N. It. 4 kuown f.a Tract ju, $z.u. nuliiUMia, Kllialmth 1.86 A. In i T 7 N. 11. 4 W. W. M. known Tr.Ft No. 1. 12.15. Luhiuwm. Kllxabeth 4.72 A. ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 22 February 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1918 12 J MIST MISTINGS j . Mrs. S. C. Morton was a Portland visitor Thursday. John Philip returned Tuesday af ternoon from a business visit to Port land. Dr. C. E. Wade was in Deer Is land Tuesd.-.y on professional busi ness. " Ships will surely win the war. If you are a mechanic, register as a shipyard volunteer. Mrs. R. C. Burgess left this morn ing for Portland, where she will spend several days. Fred Morgus, J. H. Thatcher and Charles Lope were business visitors in the metropolis Tuesday. The Smileage book drive will be gin next week and be in charge of the St. Helens Honor Guard girls. The steamer Klamath is expected in today and will load a full cargo of lumber for California delivery. Eli Davis, of Rainier, was in St. Helens Monday. Mr. Davis is com mander of the O. A. R. post there. Roadmaster Abry has been busy this week in the Deer Island and Goble districts outlining the road work to be done this year. William Russell left Tuesday mo...

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. — 1 March 1918

i it i m ai 1 j i m . - on re not too um to nay a Thrift Stamp, Don't Leave All the Work to Children OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY XXXVII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1918 ) NO. 1 w Bw aw . m w - m m - r -x ar - a kijME HELENS SHOULD HAVE A HOSPITAL MUCH NEEDED NOW .i.k.J. II TluiUlior Who Offers (iHbuUiD for Uie Purimno. Thi MUt It In receipt of a com- Liatlon from J. II. Thatchor In hlcll b ncloH1 120 chock made tbl to "The St. Helena Hospital lid." Til proposition as uuiiiuuu Mr. Thatcher appear feasible and irr, and 1 at follows: rg tha Editor of the MlNt: Wl bafe at the presout time ijt 1 000 mon on Ilia permanotit irnll Id St. liulena. Add to tlieno m truilentt and tlia number will approllmately 1,300. Knell of a man contribute 11 per month I hoepital fund, but to what pur- i? Crtalnly not to build up 8t. leleni. While we nave mo mom mtlful lite and scenery and un- irpauod sanitary condition, we it our Injured and maimed only rK ai...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 1 March 1918

OT . TTT7T TUtPT PDTnAV MAPHI 1 1Q1R 1 JBUlcfcf Issiiml Kvory Krklity liy THK MIST ri'HI.ISHIXG COMPANY exert a profound influeuce not onl) on tlio minds of orgautzed workers but on (lie deepened conviction of nil classes of American citizenship. I It puts the "problem of production. O. D. HEILBORX Vlco President ' Indispensable to preventing unneces- and Manager. Isary slaughter of fellow men siiunre- S. C. MORTON Edltorj y np tQ workers." i It necessarily follows ,ln patriotic SI KSCKIPTIOX KATES ! loK,0 that .0T-S duty is plain and Six Months' "!!!!!!!"!!!! '. .73 unequivocal. Lul.or must not engage " ! in strikes. Labor must not restrict Entered as second-class nntter, ' output. Labor must stay on the Job January 10th, 1912, nt the Postoffica i everywhere and trust entirely to the at St. Helens. Oregon, under the act fa,r am, purposo of government or March ord, ! mediation m.d arbitration to smooth out all local differences. Conversely a like obligation lies against employers. T...

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