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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 13 November 1914

COUNTY I EACH I! SESSION Many Eminent Instructors litre to Attend Imtiuila iBIKTOSnBEH! ..;,-;'.'sl!ntf nnil Instructive AiMicinon M.,ti! AI..11K lOiliii tttlditiil Llito WII1U L. liunton. I'rlnrlpnl Wnrrun School, , (I'ontluuod from lust wedk.) Mr M ''() ill said tlmt vocational tuliji'l" aro necessary In school In order for puplU to dlscovor din work (or wlilt-li they are oiluptcd. Tills dlHTovory would tend to keep tnuny boys In the country and would iiiulp hotter those boys tlmt now go to tnc city unprepared to do any work v ll. Tlio statement of Nine tlmt busl pms methods vary Is illogical t'ie fundamental principles of all 'jl uoftfl aro tlie iiumo. Business mi . do prefer those who have uIho a lllr.l ciilturiil education they are h",lir fitted to luindlo the best clim of customers. Voratlonnl oducatlon alone lo one illicit nml doe not fit one to pHrform hlii proper duly to society. It Ir rot only for tho dull liny, aa muny sup pn, lint, In so mo form la adapted to tho nuods 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. — 13 November 1914

r LOCAL HAPPENINGS AND DOINGS Yourself and Others fir1" ' S. C Morton was a Portland tIs- , Uor today. ' . .. v -. r " Sugar Is still on the jump. . l.ntto ; wheat and flour. ' i j , Mrs. David Davis spent a few days in Portland last week.' '- ' 'Mr. and -Mrs.-' T.; W. Blew visited friends In Portland during the week. 1 - - ' ' - v 'Mr. -and Mrs. Butler of Deer Is ' land, were St.' Helens visitors Thurs day. ' ' " ' Born on Noveinher 12." to Mr,' and I Mrs.. Reed, of Bnnker Hill, a daugli- ,tor- m, t.!,..ib.,.,;,l' .....,r S Born on "MondaY.! November 8, to -i'Mrand Mrs. JoV.n Mo. tar do a 1? ; poimdboy. tjr.iXom Cooper, of Goble, was visit ing. relatives in Si, Helens during the week. Mfs.J7"V.AVaL1gren spent a' few - days- In' rortland this week visiting ''lier "mother "'' There wlil bo ; services, in, the Episcopal church next Sunday even ing at 7:80. ; -' - -'-' Frank ! Bishop, mayor of Goble, was transacting business in SC "Hel ens last Tuesday.' " - , - - Mrs. IT. J. VanOrshov...

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. — 20 November 1914

r i h .a. . I . OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY VOL. XXXIII. ST. HELENS, OREGON. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1914. NO. 48. i - I I rrrryss-ST'r-Tiriri III I I Ij i r I I I iM B I A RIVER CLAIMS VII BABY ESCAPES FROM MOTHER AND IS bSOWNED IS Year Old Baby Opens Gate While Mother Rrstn, and Falls Into River Tim Columbia Illvor litis claimed amitlitir victim. This tlnio it wun llltla Clarence McConkey, 13 months did, tlio brlgflt butty boy of Mr. and MrH. Chironre McConklo, who tobIiI cil on a bout house on the point of Siuvles Inland just opppoaltp the mill. Mr. McConkle hnd been working hard during the day, mil! at 3 o'clock tilie put the baby In tho bed rcium on the bed and the wont to the front room to Uo down on the couch for a rout. About ten minutes lator ulio hourd a noise, and gett'r.t ut, f i miihI the baby had craw lei tt the bed und wan missing. "s-cli throughout the house tailed to re veal tho child. ' Going outside ihe found that tho bourd which was used to fuHtim tho gate had...

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. — 20 November 1914

D RIAL REM SLAYER HAS F All Work Guaranteed. Estimates Fi RIENO 1 Turkey Day Will Soon I be Here Jg If in need of a new Dining Table or a few ... iv Current Events Throughout the Northwest. Funds Are Raised to Assist California Murderer. Vi'fiYiWVYiV i : :i: i L! Dining Chairs for that occasion call and see us. We have tables from $7 up, chairs from 85c. up. See the set in our window at a special price of $25 for this week. We have several others at as good value for the price we ask. SATISFACTION' GUARANTEED. PRICES RIGHT. FURNITURE E, A. ROSS UNDERTAKING E NOTHING ON EARTH Makes you feel better than a good, square meal. Meat is three-fourths of the whole, and we sell the best. WHAT MORE CAN WE SAY? CENTRAL MARKET B. I. PLUMMER, Prop. ST. HELENS, - - OREGON A BANKER'S ADVICE TO YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN The first step to wealth is always the hard est. It is taken when you open a savings ac count at the bank. Any young man or woman who is employed can save a little each week, and when thi...

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. — 20 November 1914

OURT PROCEEDINGS County Managers Transact Much Business. IMK" Vluiw ' Orders Muilo nnd Miiny C'litlni Audited awl Ordered 1'mUI. VVoiliiiw'.ay, October 21, 1914, 13th Judicial Day. Court cumo punuunt to adjourn ment. Officer presont at follows: Hun. A. L. Clark, County Judge. A. R. Harvey, Commissioner. 11, J. Keelnn, ComnilBHlonor. II. K. l4illuro, Clerk. ('. II. John, Bhortff. linn proclamation being mndo the follow Iiik procoudlnga were hud: Mul lor of Resignation of ir. h. iHpuln as Supervisor of H. D. No. 1. On Hi In day U. 8. Ditpaln prosontr to tho Court lila wrttton resignation of tlm (ifflco of Buporvlsor of Hood nutria No. 1, together with htr Itemized report of all ciihIi colloctod nnil pnlil out during tho yonr 1914, thowlng Oanh Collected, all source $369.50 I'nuli Paid out, vouch er herewith 1229.25 Receipt from the County Treasurer 140. 2G 309. CO In tho addition to the a mo unit hown a colloctod, the followliiK Iteinn nro due: ' Geo. Iirlnn, 7V4 cu. yda. rock at 1 . ...

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. — 20 November 1914

Lunch At Masons Waffles Sandwiches Short Orders Confectionery Ice Cream LODGES HOULTON CIRCLE NO 48, Women ol Woodcraft, meets the second and fourth Tuesday afternoon of each month at Houlton, Ore. Anna E. Van Natta Unardian Neighbor. Houlton, Ore.; Minnie A. Moiley Clerk. Columbia Encampment No. 77, 1. O. O. F. meets in the I. O. 0. F. Hall, on the second and fourth Thursday of each month, tojourneying Patriarchs most cordially invited to meet with ub. G. C. Eobey, Chief Patriarch. C. W. Blakesley, Scribe. Avon Lodge No 62 Knights ot Pythias meets every Tuesday Evening in rus tle Hall, St. Helena. Visiting Knight always welcome. J. GEORGE, C. C. A. J. DEMING, K. of R. & S. a ST. HELENS LODGE NO. 32. Ar A F A A M. Meets 1st and 3' fr Saturday in each month. Visiting brothers cordially welcomed, John Q Gage, Master, E. E. Quick, Secretary. St. Helens Lodge No. I 117,1. O. O. F. meets 'in the I. 0.0. F. build ing, on the second and fourth Saturdays of euch month, visiting member3 ...

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. — 20 November 1914

ST. HELENS MIST rotMi:i ihhi Inmmn Kvrry I' tldny lly TIIK .M1HT 1'U II hi Hill SH COMPANY M. K. Mlllur, I'xlilor KiitrU as second class nmtUtr, January 10th, J 91 2 ,t ma I'ost Olllce a tHuInt llol-tni. Orison, unlnr Hie Act of Murcli 8rd, 1871 8UBSCUIPTION 1UTEU One Voar $iuo 8U Mouths 76 AilviTltHliitf rates nmdo known on application l.i'k'ul notices 26 cent pur lino. TIIK COUNTY OKI' I CIA L l'Al'Kll TAKE CARE OF THE BRUTES. 'J lie tlctail of the murder of a young steno grapher in Portland last Monday, furnish plenty of material out of which the Legislat ure of Oregon should construct some laws which would prevent a recurrence of such a tragedy. A young lady, earning her living and assist ing in the support of a mother and some' smaller children, is shot down as she enters lur home. The assassin escapes, but previous circumstances of a would-be suitor following ami threatening the young lady, leaves little doubt as to his identity. A few months ago this man, an elevator operator...

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. — 20 November 1914

O LUM LOCATION: In the Northwestern part of Oregon, on the Columbia River, with about 70 miles of river front AREA: About 700 square miles. 422,512 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 Red 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 main line of. the S. P. & S. and the various logging roads. POPULATION: Census of 1910 gives 10,580 but a careful estimate this year gi...

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. — 20 November 1914

WARDENS RES RED fintcy and Clnnlon Again in Former Offices. Hint)''" I lMtr'l in I'.iiiirr HiimlH INMilta Atlituilu of tho (liivcrnor. At u mwllnB of the Hint Kluli nit1 damn ComiiilMHlmf hold III 'oi l.ui I Monday, W. L. Kin lo wi-i r.tilunl lo IiIh office of Stulo J in i Wnilun onil It. I'. ClHiiton to tint l MiiMtitr j'IbIi Wiinlim. Tlmy vtioniod tliu .if f.-M l.mt Kobruary, following uctlou taken by Oovoriio. Wmi. Four moinln'rrt of tlio coiiiiiiIkhIoii wore p-oicnt lit tlin inuntlnK: I). 10. utin- ciin, C. V. StniiB, Ooorxo II. K-l!y md M. J. Klnnpy. Mr. huacn pnl- ti III Hi" aliHcnce of Kloyd llllymi, ehalrniun of the commltte'., who wiih out of tlio city. I.iiHt February C. F. aotio. of Klnmiitli Kill In. Frank llu;'ir, of Suli'in, and I). K. Punrnr., of Sultin, ri'HlKiu'd from tlio board. Oovnrtior Went appointed Floy! li'I-iu, i,f I'nrllund; ('. If. Evann, of lc'l.,o. ml II. II. Clifford, .f ilukor, tc to pluro thi'lil. AHIioiikIi the Governor aimed at the tl mo thnre was n...

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. — 20 November 1914

3 1 1 MAI HAPPFNINK AND nniNQQ I t t Yourself and Others Wise and Otherwise i Mrs. Quata spent Thursday in Portland. Steam baths are becoming quite popular in St. Helens. A. S. Harlson was a business vis itor In Portland Wednesday. Virgil Powell, of Vernonia, was a St. Helens visitor last Tuesday. Mr. Mace, of LaCenter, is visiting his son Archie Mace of this city. Mrs. Chas. Mann was a Portland visitor on Thursday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Keller were Portland visitors during the week. Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Baker, of War ren, visited in St. Helens Thursday. Mrs. A. J. Peel visited friends In Portland several days during the week. v . Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tarbell, of Yankton, were shopping in St. Hel ens Monday. Mayor T. J. FVppin, of Rainier, was a business visitor in St. Helens Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank George and Miss Ketel motored to Portland Wednesday. Mrs. J. H. Collins and Joy Har riet Bpent the week's end with Mr. Collins in Rainier. Mr. R. A. Llllich. of Quincy, is visi...

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. — 27 November 1914

OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY XXX1 ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1914. Na 49 MONEY R 0 L SCHOOLS EIGHT MILL TAX VOTED TO KEEP SCHOOLS GO ING DURING YEAR. IMjiIIimI lOhilmuto of Probable Kt priixe In Huhnilttrd liy III. trlrt Hoard. At a lurgely attended nicotinic ol taxpayer of this dlittrlct last Mon day niKlit, A levy of 8 nilllH wui vot cd for school purposes for the oiihu ln yi-iir. The Auditorium wan well filled with interested people, and the director had prepared a complete financial ntatement of tlie conditio!, of llio diHtrlct, which was all written out on the blackboard. Chalrmar Hdss of the board, called the niwtliu to order, and I )l roc tor Hattnn then explained the figures on the hoard nuking recommondbtlona for at lomt an 8 mill tax. After consider able discussion a motion wai mad' tht a levy of 10 mllla be made. An other proportion of 8 mill wa mode and then a third proposition of 8 mill waa made. A Tote waa taken nuultlng In the three proposition! Mm ...

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. — 27 November 1914

LOCA L MAN INVENTS Device For Taking Rodents by Scores Is Result. Some Talk or Installing riant at St. Helens to Manufacture the New-Invention. Never again will thero be any oc casion (or any house, barn ware houso or oven community to bo in fested with rats, mice or other ver min. Nor will there be any occasion for farmers to be troubled with digge.s or squirrels. No more will x It be necessary for peo ple to be bothered with the odorous pole cat. All because Tom Laws lias invented the best combination mouse, raj, squirrel, skunk and vermin trap that was ever placed on the market. For years Mr. Laws has been working on hia trap and he has at last suc ceeded in perfecting one that is truly perfect. Such perfection has been attained in the construction of this trap that it will rid a house of the vermin within a few days and will al ways will be ready to take prisoner any stray that may have the audac ity to venture near it. Last Sunday evening he demonstrated the efft flclency of hi...

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. — 27 November 1914

Something- Mew I AT Baseel's Store IN HOULTON Flea tM Kan . SI. Mi mmmam fjftas.. M-'':- lntrntlna' Correspondence Sohoolt Jj. j Vwaaaaaa GEO. B.McCLELLAN, District Manager cKav RM7.. Typewriter Gives Business Standing The small town mercliant, the. rural business man or the farmer who uses a typewriter has the advantage over the man who does not. The typewriter not only saves time in writing letters and making out bills, but it adds prestige and reputation to the user. The L. G. Smith & Bros. Typewriter is especially adapted to use in rural districts because it will stand more wear and docs not require an expert operator. By following the instructions we will give you, you will have no trouble learning. Mail This Coupon Today 1'Icr.se send me youi free book O I do not use a typewriter at present. O I am usinj a typewriter and would like to learn about your special offer to exchange it for a new one. ' Name - p.o : : t ; , ' , State : To tho L. G. Smith & liros. Typewriter" ...

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. — 27 November 1914

CHRISTMAS IS I COMING Nothing nicer for a present than a piece of furniture, to make home more pleasant. We also have some Christmas specialties in the shape of Stools, Tabourettes, Magazine , Racks, etc. Give us a call before purchasing your presents. We will put anything aside for you and deliver when wanted Christmas morning, if desired. GREEN TRADING STAMPS WITH ALL CASH PURCHASES. FURNITURE E. A. ROSS UNDERTAKING NOTHING ON EARTH Makes you . feel better than a good, square meal. Meat is three-fourths of the whole, and we sell the best. WHAT MORE CAN WE SAY? CENTRAL MARKET- B. I. PLUMMER, Prop. ST. HELENS, - - OREGON Livery, Feed and Sale Stable DRAY IN G AND TRANSFER All Business Promptly Attended To PHONE 15 OR 12 WM. H. DAVIES - - Prop. ST. HELENS, OREGON St. Helens Mill Co. Lath Electric Lighting- (Saves Your Eyes) Steam Heatings (Prolongs Your Lives) Wood Lumber I Ay 1.TI IMaMr6i!iimii,i!ii,. Iting What la row' reference in a re peating ahottfun hand- operated or autoloadin...

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. — 27 November 1914

ST. HELENS MIST I'OLNDKI) . 1HHI IhnuihI Kvry I 'i liliiy Ily THK.MIHT I'UHIilHiIINO COMPANY M. 10. Allllw. Alitor Kiiturml M second cluss mathir, January 10th, Hli 11,0 I'oBt OlMco ft tHuliit Molmi. uii'lnr Hie Act of March 8rd. 187b BUUHCllU'TION KATES Olio Your $ 1 50 MIX Mimlli 76 Advertising rates muilo known on application l.cnul uotlcoa 26 cent pur line. TIIK COUNTY OFFICIAL I'Al'KIt A GOOD INVESTMENT. ' For years St. Helens lias depended for its progress ami unbuilding on the varied luihlc industries. It is irolalle that for some ti.'.ie to come we will still be dependent very largely on those industries to keep up the industrial progress of the city. We are proud of the fact that there are located here sonic of the biggest i""' l'-'sl saw mills, shipbuilding plant, creosoting works and other lumber in dustries in the State of Oregon. All St Helens people are proud of the organi zation of men who control these in dustries. They have made St. Helens what it is today. They arc...

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. — 27 November 1914

IaUM LOCATION: In the Northwestern part of Orejron, on the Columbia River, with about 70 miles of river front. AREA: About 700 square miles. 422,5l2 acres. TILLABLE LAND: 15,720 acres. This is land that is actually in cultivation and cleared, exclusive of town lots. NON-TILLABLE LAND: 406. 7(56 acres, which includes all timber where there is more than 100.000 feet on a quarter section, also all log Red 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 main line of the S. P. & S. and the various logging roads. POPULATION: Census of 1910 gives 10,580 but a careful estimate this year gi...

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. — 27 November 1914

Str-- IRALDA Rates between St. Helens and Port lam!, 50 cents one way, 75 cents for the loui'd trip. Tickets go'xl until used. Rl l-avea SI. Ilrilen 7:M. m. HrlU'llll (f I'KVHl PiiltlMUil 2:30 p, in, Aril r nl Si Ilflrin4 4ap.it). C I. IIOUCIfKIRK '" NO RUE. NO STING. ALL R'GHT? SURE THING t OVIDA 5c CIGAR "It's the Weed" PROFESSIONAL CARDS Glen R. Metsker ATTORNEY AT LAW Office ill Blnll Building ST. HELrNS OREGON K. A. ROSS FUNERAL DIRECTOR LICENSED EMBALMER Bank Building , Si. Helen, Or. Buiinra Phone J) Residence R 21 DR. C. K. WADIJ PHYSICIAN ANCJ SURGEON TIIUNE so' , Hutklt llldg. ST. HELENS, ORE. DR. VV. R. DIN 1 1 AM . DENTIST Office m Bint Bmkimg St. Helens Oregon lluiirti bumtay and Kveningi 'I" 1-'; I lu S !)' ApiH.inlmr.it only DU. A. C. 1UCKEK DENTIST . ST. HKI.KNS, ORKOON muckli li ne. DR. L. CILRERT ROSS PHYSICIAN SURGEON OIBph Hunk lll.U. Cr TlpUnq Bull, rhouea vl. iieicns DR EDWIN ROSS PHYSICIAN A SURGEON DCKICK IN HANK III'II.IIIKU St. Helens Oregon T. S WHITE . FU...

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. — 27 November 1914

PERSONAL NOTES Mrs. Van Katta was shopping in St. Helens today. Rev. P. J. Meyer is quite ill at his home In this city. Win. M. Ross was a business vis ltor at Portland Tuesday. Mrs. W. H. Wilkinson visited in Portland during the week. Miss Duns is spending the week end with rolativos in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McConkoy returned today from McMlnnville. I. Q. Wikstrom, of Scappoose, was a business visitor in St. Helens today. Little Beatrice Lake is quite ill at the home of Mrs. Watters in this city. Hays Estabrook made a business trip to Portland the early part of the week. Miss Austin, of Portland, visited friends In St. ltelens during the week. Mr. G. C. Pcwler, of Itr-luier, was transacting business in St. Helens today. Mrs. Cook, of Portland, 1 visiting her daughter, Mrs. L. Q. Titus, in St. Helens. P. Anliker, a prominent farmer of Goble, was t.ansactlng business In St. Helens today. Mrs. E. H. Flagg, of Portland, vis ited relatives and friends in St. Ilel sne last Mond...

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. — 4 December 1914

twett 11. D. C' OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY mi rnr r . jr. 1 1 W'. W xxxiii. if v" &IR ANFl FINNS JIILLIIU I 111 IV I II1I1VS ll bNE MAN UNCONSCIOUS RESULT OF FIST BATTLE. 1HER1FF GOES TO BATTLE SCENE m!r of Komi CiiUHtrui'ltuft Crr-w Drluk lire VUr, I'mi ( IiiIm Imiiri In Jull. lloputy Hliorlff W III to wu called Qol)U Wednesday ulght to tuko liud In a scrap between 3 Russian mi. 2 Creeks, 1 Itnlluu. The Ital in, Mr. Muhcuh, bus the contract for laitliif tho rock oh the new road H Mow Colilo mid liait In hi oin 1 men of various nations, Inelud- Finns ami Greeks. Last Wcdnc. pvciiIiik a portion of the crew ut to (ioblo whore thoy Imbibed 1' It too freely mid on returning to Ircnmp hoenmo Involved In a flgh mil lliKtiimilvHB. and one of them 1 pretty badly beaten up. How r ill throo managed to reach the mo horn tho Greeks and the cm yr wero. and going IiibI.Io tlx low who waft beat up undertook tr ik the Greek cook. Another Greek h lying on tho hod. suffering ll a hugn carh...

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. — 4 December 1914

LATEST WAR NEWS Recent Comment From Firing Line. the Alleged Corrcoiident Tell of Vic tories and I Meats In Glowing Terms. The London Daily Mail prints many letters from soldiers at the front, a few of them being printed below: Another llritish Victory. Of (Prom a motor- cycle despatch rider to a friend.) You are right, we all had a hell of a time out there. There are uch millions of the devils, but we're fair ly Boaklng It to them now and there back Is broken at last. I don't want to say too much about myself because I did nothing in com' parlson to some of those plucky dev ils who have paid the bill. But there was one little incident which was a trifle amusing, although it might havo proved extremely serious for me. I was told to take a despatch from a place called to a place called , where the artillery was posted. I started off on my motor bike and had gone about half-way when on rounding a corner I saw another motor-bike coming up at me and a great German on top of it, Before I...

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