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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 3 May 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1918 RALPH E. WILLIAMS RISIUHMCAN Candidate for National Committeeman i...nun,i .,.i. ,, Rilph B Wim'. ' ui Oregon unit present Hi;. h National Committeeman I a candidate for r, nlnatloi, , ,t- V. All Of"0" kno, i.hat W,llllBni .WB I'"' clil.'C funtor In brl.iu i,K 'lut the reunion of the Republican and Progressive , tl, 11t ""ml w.ultln In Oregon being the only state In tIB WeB. .",ta( .iJiortl'"" for Hughe., iiiai Mr. WlllamsV spl.n, work In hrrmm, i" fth. rlou- l-ni-nU o ' Hapubltean and Progressive Part.,, u aim, -fOfnUM n"""'. -" "'"r ui endorsement, written flllUB, K. Wilcox, retiring chairman of the Republican National Co...' Iiim 0orK W. Perkins, chairman of the executive committee of the ubll N"ul1' 1 1?", ,et"er r"r,,r ""l "" I" the State ,t natlonaf camjimsu , iu mi recent meeting of tho It,. hHIM National Committee at St. Louis, where Mr. Williams' activities irll lue" """" i"" iim ui co ihtek no Prnll ln ,ne n throughout tho l'u A dMfi-nd...

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 May 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. MAY 3, 1518 i CORRESPONDENCE SCAPPOOSE Mr. Grewell spent the week end In Portland. L. G. Laphan was In Vancouver Tuesday on business. Mr. Askevord has a new Harley Davldson motorcycle. Mrs. A. Sanden, of Portland, made a business trip to Scappoose Tuesday. Eva Garrison, who has been on the sick list for a week, ts able to be out. The minstrel show in the hall Sat urday evening had a very large at tendance. Roy Price passed through Vancou ver Tuesday evening on his way to tha east. Charles Wlkstrom and one of his little boys are confined to the house with measles. Mrs. L. G. Smith, who was taken suddenly seriously 111 on Friday, is now-able to be out. Niblock and Holaday attended a meeting of the Scottish Rite In Port land Tuesday evening. Mr. Gardner, a brother of Mrs. Preston, spent the week end with his parents in Eugene, Ore. Mrs. Gochnour's daughter arrived Saturday from Montana and will make an Indefinite slay here. Mrs. Shoeler had a serious attack of ...

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. — 3 May 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, MAY 3. 1918 5 PBIII DKII H CIIANTIK . .. Auaerinan. Bt. Vt U. tnr i ' 7... BhlDbulldlm Co. "' "" III P.b. B.' bride U dr..- mi. ft fin rl,, Uki nJ wlt,,out ,ue"",r M It inn"' (,4jr l,i.ry M of Ba,h9r' il bum "u ,y .1 her way. r, Ho" M w j, quick tattoo . . .trntlf 0110 too, I AD m Lihlp to be completing. Ttiil 0" - .i .( the xrave, L.M they are not eating. Lrt , all "He Oh" . a rear or to, L pat 1Bon 0,8 u ittuncn a craii ........ i -f from ror L m ehrlntenod by nien'i daugh- lari. So ftll her hold, ... .h- ten day old, L tend her o'er the ocenn, To cut a ray !UI IT""-"- ' ilbitdark land of commotion. leek not the nlir.de, ... k HUmnvnd : Iiwr " ' fork, work, ld. 'tie aalvntlon, We'll to wen iii.iu iha alilua we're made. fur (hey will we the notion. Uit not to d ream a, wi.il iha analn arraania! BUIIW I Intra lett our land be gory m crimson nouu a .... twt' Ituvti k1inft VI our Build iMpi lad", to aore "Old Glory." Report! recelred from atate and I Mini empl...

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. — 3 May 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MAY 3. 1918 INMIQTPIAI JJFVIFU' AU. . A A A A A A M Coqullle is to have , $10,000 opera house. Sparta Grain elevator may be built here. Taft on Sileti bay may get $5,000 wharf and warehouse. Astoria Large cranberry ware house to be built here. Canyon City Chrome ore activity booming in this cection. Cottage Grove Lcne County Po mona Grange tabled resolution to endorse the Non-Fartlsan League and favored co-operative policies. Portland stockyards last week paid cattle raisers highest price ever re ceived for cattle on the Pacific coast. 17 U cents a pound, which Is a pretty good reason for high cost of meat. Baker Portland Mausoleum Co. contemplates erection of a modern mausoleum here at a cost of $40,000. Union Meat Co. "a plant at Port land has payroll of between 600 and 700 people and an annual payroll of over $500,000. Pendleton Portland Mausoleum Co. is just completing a modern mausoleum here at a cost og $50,000. j Road work is on in earnest now and Pac...

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. — 3 May 1918

THE TOGGERY The Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx flen's Clothing and Furnishings HartSchatfheri an Clothes K.Mn I All Vool Clothes Of course you prefer all-wool clothes. They wear so much longer and hold their shape bet tercost less in the long run. Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes are Guaranteed All Wool Very few manufacturers in America today arc guaranteeing all wool in their garments. This is a Point Worth Bearing in Mind Before You Make Your Selection Dick for Duds, HT. IIKLKNH, OKKUON MARCH REPORT OF AGENT HOWARD Mh. Ii Urk u A.oii.,,IhI,I n Ari. cultural Lines. NEGRO HAS 14 SONS IN U. S. ARMY George Ilorden, negro, of Golds horo, N. C, has furnished Hons to the war tn the turn of nearly two squads. He la the father of 35 children, 27 of them living, and 14 of them In the United Statei army, either in this country or In Krance. lie hns been married three times and on four occasion has been the father of quadruplets a world'3 record. (i-t KM of Your Rheumatism. Now Is the t...

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. — 3 May 1918

ST. HELENS nRErtrtN PPTnAV MAY r 1Q1R I L. For the Best Meat trade here. We handle only the very best. Prices lowest Central Meat Market THE BEST MEAT MARKET IN THE COUNTY Phone 60' Free and Prompt Delivery SATURDAY, MAY 4 Mary Miles Minter in "Powers That Prey and Wm. S. Hart in "The Last Card" SUNDAY, MAY 5 Jane Cowl in "Spreading Dawn" Try to get in. It's a Goldwyn. MONDAY, MAY 6 Madame Spy JACK MULLHALL With CLAIRE DUBREY and DONNA DREW TUESDAY, MAY 7 Margarita Fisher in "The Girl that Wouldn't Grow Up" and Charley Chaplin in "A Woman" WEDNESDAY. MAY 8 WILLIAM WALTHALL in HIS ROBE OF HONOR A Paralta Picture. Don't Miss This. THURSDAY, MAY 9 "Fast Company" with Franklin Farnum and Juanita Hansen Gem Theatre THE PICK OF THE PICTURES Our Three Allies SERVICE SATISFACTION QUALITY When you buy your Groceries at our store you are as sured of the Best of Quality Groceries, Prompt Service and Satisfactory Dealings. Open an Account With Us. We will endeavor to merit your patronage. Wante...

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. — 10 May 1918

jjIdjyMiMMs Wand -If You Haven't Pnrchased a Bond, Do So nur n m i OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY OLUME XXXVII. , t HELENS WINS GAME ST. HELENS,. OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1918 NO. 21 FROM rUUNUAIlUN Us CLOSE CONTEST Vlpipi Bun Mart In Twelfth lulling, i (ore thin 1200 rabid baseball fans ,iti the pnrk Sunday afternoon jo Lmi the Inm between the Fou- Loa tod McCormlck teams of the League, ami B'r7 inn &, received lili money'a wortty locilt won the game by scora L 1 10 5, but It took twelve Inning' fct)M. AI0UI uvu rooiwra lur inr iiuJtlon t'ain were m attendance U they backed their boys up with ,tk rooting "lcli was fttilnd by a CpltM bmu bund. On the other !fi the Jati band which had been irlilin 8t. Helens during the pant mI fti engaged by tlm St. Helen MUient. Mi thoy were rffcht there kbit It ania to dialling out tha real iu" amide. Ham McCoruiIck, who in he li nut superstitious but tMto be on the iitfe tide, engaged inloml band and alio car...

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. — 10 May 1918

2 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MAY 10. 1918 Issued Every Friday by THE MIST PrBIJSHIXO COMPANY O. D. HEILBORN. . . .Vice President and Manager. 8. C. MORTON. Editor Sl'IiSCKIPTION KATES One Year 1.50 Sis MonUn 75 Entered as second-class matter January 10th, 1912, at the Postofflce at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act of March 3rd, 1878. COUNTY OFFICIAIi PAPER MOTHERS' DAY Sunday is Mothers' day, and each of us, forgetting the business or po litical strife, should stop and think of the mother who went down into the "valley of the shadow of death so that we might live. The emblem of the day is a white flower, the sym bol of purity, and who would not wear such an emblem for mother, There is no Bweeter word known Children lisp it and men and women speak it reverently. There can be no more appropriate time to think of mother than in the joyous month of May the month that brings springtime gladness flowers and sunshine, for mother gave us the gladness of our youth the sunshine of our hopes, a...

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. — 10 May 1918

!tiippn i INDUSTRIAL REVIEW A ...... r..uttilirn nn for 1 111 rtB I'll--" ' f west side roml butweiin -.nd Portland. " .nw Itour mill coin- Hood n"1" .. ii.i..n-l-cHl man l.uy 660 , ,,.4Tn Willamette l'apnr .. Dnl M&M Installing D, iiimr huro. I Totul hunk 181.51,:I0)I.68 ' niilHlmm Non-Partlsan League Portland-I, ,.r:""",, w"'"Kton county Po.no,. . ' 01 l I ViC , '-range ,,:,,. r,.mu.,u,,, ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1918 a pound wuh paid fr Portlund stockyards April 2f, famished condition (,r KtoTH lii North lK endorsmiifiit of league condeinn- Tlmj Portland-A Norwegian tint tril'ln iri-ii. Uri'.lKi-M Pnrii ..1.1 wl, . 'r.V"' "f 'r- work In Portland district Is hu- ......... ....,.,. ,,,,,. ,,,. 11(lr p,.r()r (() ft (M .. . knt for cuttle In hh.tnrv ..r . i duHtry on Pacific coast. Klumuth Falls Kwauiiu llox Co. starts operations with motillily pay. roll of $10,000. l n ci i i i A Dusinessanoma oe as Big as Its Job S3 publ If bigness is of benefit to the ic it should be c...

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. — 10 May 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. MAY 10. 1918 FcorrespondenceI SCAPPOOSE D. W. Price spent Tuesday In Van couver on business. Mrs. Du Boise is spending some time with Mrs. Stevens. The little grandson of Henry Hen se Is very ill with typhoid fever. Mr. Bessemer has purchased a fine cow. He can soon be a rnncher. Orville Garrison was home from Camp Lewis Saturday and Sunday. Ruby Lipton, of Htllsboro, spent the week end with Scappoose friends. Mr. Scudder is having his house repainted. Mr. Grewell is doing the work. Dr. and Mrs. Hatfield and V. G. C. Woods spent the week end n Bea vertou. Messrs. Nlblock and Holloday at tended a meeting of Scottish rite in Portland Tuesday night. F. L. Smith shipped a carload of cattle to North Portland stockyard last Wednesday. D. W. Price and J. G. Watts were motoring through Beaverton. Forest Grove and vicinity on Sunday. Dr. Hatfield and W. G. C. Woods were St. Helens visitors on Monday and Tuesday motored to Portland. D. W. Price is having the cottage f...

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. — 10 May 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. MAY 10, 1918 Endorsed by Organized Labor for Governor (JUS. C. ESOSER Republican President Oregon State Senate ATRI0TIC AMERICAN STEADFAST REPUBLICAN a NATIVE OF WISCONSIN. AGE 47. FOR 27 YEARS A RESIDENT OF OREGON. L VIGOROUS CHAMPION OF THE RIGHTS OF THE PEUrX&. For vigorous prosecution of the war to a victorious con clusion. For strict business principles in management of state affairs. For Rural Credits Extension, Irrigation. Drainage ami T. Mopment of all our resources. For assistance by Portland Capital and business to everv kit. lion ot our great state. For the rights of both Labor and Capital under a scheme of mutual co-operation. FOR GOOD ROADS, BUT FIGHTING THE PAVING TRUST Wearepavine about SS.000 more rjer 16 foot mile rf RitniitMr. Pavement in Oregon than is being paid in Washington Let i build eood roads in EVERY countv in the State Oivp. EVERY COUNTY A SQUARE DEAL. Elect MOSER and you will forever banish the subtle influ- ence of the Pavin...

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. — 10 May 1918

1 r " , f'l 1 : rill I 1 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MAY 10. 1918 NATIONAL NEED FOR (BREAD DURING MORE POULTRY PREMPH pvvot itttom Meat can be produced from poultry I'MTKU STATES SKWTOIt CIIAItl.KN I.. M' . Thus gald Madnnie de Hourrlcuue. more quickly thun from any other' ivHi die In 1 Tflti source. One nf tlm noucuitio im , .1.1. . . I ,..,- una nine we saw Mini (.N;;po- pcsed upon the United States by ttsileonl utmost everyday. He frequent entrance Into tho world war Is to pro- ! ly cunio to dine with us. As there duce more meat than it has ever pro-; wi;s n scarcity of bread and some duced before. This is essential not times only two ounces per head dailv only to meet its own greater needs! were distributed In the section, it because of. being on a war hr.sis but j was customary to request one's guests also to save the countries with which ! to bring their own bread, as it could It co-operates in the war from defeat ! not be procured for money, through lack of food. In order to "Bo...

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. — 10 May 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRTnAV MAY 10. 1918 i . ifKlSUNERS OI7WAD 1 "Dick for Duds" The Leading Clothier Standard THE TOGGERY Dick Lioyard. manager HT. IIKI.KNH, OUKUOV t The Toggery's Warranted Work Shirts EXTRA WIDTH EXTRA LENGTH EXTRA STRENGTH These Shirts are made by the mot (killed operators, and each garment u inspected and ptued upon, by experts before leaving the factory WE WARRANT THE CLOTH-Fast color and best quality THE WIDTH-The requirement of comfort THE LENGTH-Is full extra length THE SLEEVES-Are faced with a placket, and are roomy in all parts THE SHOULDERS-Are sloped and shaped to fit THE SEAMS -Are all double stitched flat felled The best of everything and enough of all have been put into this shirt unsparingly to make it A Workingman's x IN UNITED STATES luclu.lnd In war department reg.; r,,K"llIC tli fc.nployme.it of priRf.tii.ru of wur ami interned enemy '.I lftiH are tl, fwng .tatements: All class. of prlHouorH. excepting co.nnilHHlotiefl omcern and such others H are 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. — 10 May 1918

8 ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1918 l MIST MISTINGS Miss Ruth Austin is spending the week at the home of her parents In Woodburn. Mr. and Mrs. Bert McKay, of Port land, visited friends r.nd relatives here Sunday. Mrs. J. H. Wellington, after a few ds.ys' visit with friends In Pcrtlnnd, '..has returned to St. Helens. St. Helens High won from Scap poose In a free hitting contest Fri day at Scappoose. The score was 22 to 20. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Brakke and son, of Portland, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Brakke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Muckle. W. B. Freeman, candidate for rep resentative, was in St. Helens Mon day calling on the voters In the in terest of his candidacy. S. R. Sonneland, a former resident of St. Helens but now connected with hte U. S. shipping board, was a vis itor In St. Helens Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Rees Hall were up from Kalama Sunday to spend the day with friends here and Incident ally to attend the big baseball game. Miss Arllne Paulsen end Miss Grace Howell rep...

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. — 17 May 1918

BcJCrossWeck)May20-a7. OnrSolfaM tie RedCross and TheyfedOur Aid OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY VOLUME XXXVII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1918 NO. 22 IFADERS OF LEAGUE v x m nrtt uni run DtrtAI M.HtLLNj SCORE SIX TO THKEE IwbUltr " II" wl'n K"HnHle for IH'II'MI. tan much strong arm throwing on U, part of fielders and the Inability ibthome team to lilt llarham are M rt"OB ,,1Hl 81, l,elnn loHt 10 ,t, Grant Smith-Porter team, the iMiat leidors, Htiiulny. I lie hi. iiui- leam hail no vnna r.uin, lor itelr opponents won a clean and de grred victory. Tht nuie wa called at 1:46, and ) 100 fans were thore to witness the tulMt. Umpire Itankln held the In Oaior, and except for a raw doclxlon it Iril did fairly wlt. Prltehard, the first man up, ln- put first. The ball went under tat lutomolillo and the batter went attcond. Yatea hit to right And' DtDonild, getting 111 a hurry to atch Prltehard at the home plate, ttrtw the ball away, the runner aeor...

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. — 17 May 1918

2 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MAY 17. 1918 laracd Erery FrkUy by THE MIST PCBLlSHIXg COMPACT O. D. HEILBORN View President and Manager. 8. C. MORTON Editor derll's own. his aim and end a hell!. NATION' SHOULD HEED MIL ROOSEVELT'S COIXSEU Speaking with characteristic rigor on earth. Nerer did crusader lift battle-ax in holier war against the Saracen than Is waged by onr sol diers of the cross against the Ger man. The issues are Indeed Identi cal. "If the world Is to be saved from destruction physical no lees thau 6UIWCKIPTIOX RATES UOI IMf . 91 .v . Hw tvm uu Six Moatha 7S spiritual destruction it will be saved ' j alone by the Christian religion. That Is considering establishing a cooper stive warehouse and a temporary or ganization is at work with the farm- - ' I " sod earnestness at Boston, Thursday, I era at Warren, where over $1,100 Mr. Roosevelt said "I say solemnly that unless we hurry the preparation we may be too late. Make it a million and a half men now and announce that we 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. — 17 May 1918

0 WW 1 INDUSTRIAL REVIEW Echo ihearliiK plnt to clip nearly il.lu MnrlniP llarnhflolil Wlilt cedar camp es- Ubllihed "w" , w,t ceilur for aeroplane Block ,.... in. itoiiton county Investi m 048.1 I" Monal Grador, scarifier .. caterpillar engine to conntruct it minimum coal. 11.000 spent by Linn Vltb catorpltliir engine to economize la road building. Ktiimllfor Construction U w- Corportloa stoel shipyard la bains I I 11'.. -u H . ,H iwartn ovnr 6 4 -acre alte. Pay roll nuw over f 500,000 a month and till be Increased to $760,000 within 10 dart. H niudo a new town out of Vancouver. The Dalit'" Old browery may be turned Into Ice plant for O.-W. It. t N, Co. and furnish eloctrlclty by Paelfle Power Light Co. Portland Northweal Steel Co. (eti contracts for elRht more 8800 log alilpn. Springfield Mill and Elovator Co. tui received au order from the gov ranient for 2,000 barrels of flour tor shipment to allies. MarilideM Work haa atarted on thi Ifth vessel which Cooa Hay Hlilp bulldlni Co....

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. — 17 May 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MAY 17. 1918 V W V W W W I Mr. Grant Watts has been 111 with Lw CORRESPONDENCE J j Mr. Prewell spent couple of days AAiLii.xj.jLAji.Aiili(i week in HllUboro. A meeting of the Psrent-Teachers' Association was held in the school SCAPPOOSE D. W. Price, Mrs. Price. Vera, Vic- Friday evening. The officers of last tor Wstts and Ernest Ulman motored year were reelected for thff ensuing to CniTerslty Park Sunday to attend year. church services, and heard Rev. C. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell have treat H.Johnston preach. The young peo-j ed themselves to a new Brunswick. pie had lunch in the park. Mr. and Mrs. Price were guest of Mrs. John ston and Gipsy. W. O. Pomeroy and son James at- It Is a very fine instrument. Mr. Olsten and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, of Portland, Frank Sheeler and family were guests of tended services st Mr. Johnston's. na noscoe ouuuay. church on Sunday, and Immediately j ' Mrs. Sheeler and Mrs. Metcalf were after services brought Mr. Johnston ; ...

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. — 17 May 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. MAY 17, 1918 hi la. n r lij - . - A Great Net of Mercy drawn through. 411 Ocean nFIInc-no-Li- n ' h6'1 flneAmericaiiRed Crc in V. The Call From No Man's Land IUl to Happiness. He amiable, cheerful and good na tuerd and you are much more likely to be happy. You will And thU diffi cult, If not ImpoBslble, however, when you are constantly troubled with con stipation. Take Chamberlain' Tab lets and get rid of that and It will be etmy. These tablets not only move the bowels, but Improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion. POLITICAL A.WOIXCKMENT. TO THE VOTERS OP COLUMBIA COUNTY: I hereby annniinra miinir candidate for the office of Superlnteu- ueni 01 water Division Number One, comprising the Westerly twenty vuuniieg 01 trie male. Muny years' experience as a Civil and Hydraulic Engineer will enable me, If elected, to render to the State the efficient service necessary for a successful administration. As I am the only candidate from Columbia County seeking ...

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. — 17 May 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MAY 17. 1918 WAR CONFERENCE IN PORTLAND MAY 22-23 Home Guards of This City Will Prob ably Attend. War workers of every city and community are urged by Governor Withycombe to participate In the first Oregon War Conference, to be held In Portland May 22 and 23, un der the auspices of the State Council of Defense. In a statement Issued Governor Withycombe says: "Because many matters of vital importance will be discussed at Ore gon's first war conference to be held In Portland May 22 and 23, I re spectfully urge the war workers and officials In the cities and communi ties of Oregon to make their best ef fort to be present and participate in the proceedings which are to be con ducted under the- auspices of the State Council of Defense. "So many of the war time emergen' cles arising In the various local com' munltles are of a similar nature that it would be both helpful and wise to exchange views looking toward a uni form or co-operative treatment of the different...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
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