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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 28 June 1918

po MrMyjo the Men at the Front Bny War Savings Stamps Now f Ay VJ J U r I r 1 IV-M IK-h Mill I I --rm OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY VOLUME XXXVII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1918 NO. 28 TELEPHONE COMPANY RAPPED BY COUNCIL POOR SERVICE ALLEGED llltf I'Mt Ix'rx IlltVI Hot Hl'BxIllll Trl'ilioin' ami I' in' .lliirm .MhIIito The cily council littlil an ml journ al mi'Htii'K Tuesday nlKlit unci U fit i hut uohhIoii. Ami r I k 1 t hero, Itniljlil I"' Hinted tluit If any on n has aj bunini'nH wllli tin) council, for poinmn nuke, take It up at a rpgu ur BiiHitlnK. 'or a day's delay, Judg m from Tiii'Hiluy night! porform- ce, mean tlmt tho mayor, couu tllmnn nnit city attorney tnke an olhor 24 hoiirn to prepare t hciiiHitl v- At tny rut (i (IiIh appeared to lie tlie att In the telephone ami flro alarm IjlUMIl, fur each member of tlio body iu thoroghly Imbued with rtirtaln llnd IdruH ri'liitlvn to tlio two ays imii swl had prepared tlio pyro- ilKt...

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. — 28 June 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. JUNE 28. 1918 Issued Ever; Friday by THE MIST niiLISHI.VG COM PA XV O. D. HEILBORN. . . .Vice President and Managor. 8. C. MORTON Editor BVBSCRIPTIOX" HATES One Year $1.50 Six Month 75 Entered aa second-class matter, January 10th, 1912, at the Postofflce at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act of March 3rd, 1879. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER A LETTER FROM THE BATTLE FRONT The t all to America MORE RESPOXSIllIMTV Tuesday morning, forty-one young men of Columbia county entrained for the army training camp at Camp world decencv Lewis, Washington. They were n.en go their way, but in the still of the called in the selective draft a?d go night there come thoughts. to fight for those of us who remain T t . . , ,, , . ' In n London restaurant a young at home. Many of -hese young tuer. .. ... , ...... r Editor's Note: This is the first of several articles which will be furnished tho Mbit by E. G. I'inp, formerly editor-in-chief of one of Detroit's largest papers. Mr. Pipp rece...

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. — 28 June 1918

tesniAL REVIEW j . Bier UffBl " !" .1 near nre. uas zw H ...h.nt D(iwr of cotton. V"w .. ..... ...Ill t..l.l..ur. ...a Mill 111 I1UIU ua i ua M. of bV,u Ul' .. ... ..II ....... ...!. ..II (fMH tuKB OVIT riuiuu uioni Ull ,tnJ will fl,,lHh P,'"J,,l;t' liny lumber traile growing. t ,300,OUO shipped to Kan ' .,iJa In two weeks. Coos conn- . i t a m jecalvKj thiTB lute 1" May. . .. I. .4 I...II.I llnODDer oniriii.i i.n iui uuiiii- t piece of now roads loading out ttila pic- Rowburg Work of preparing the archlilll warehouse lo Bccommo- L ti now cannery Is now In full lor Slem Duitort land board approv ttrmi of preliminary contract to ntfred Into between gluts and luff Ilrotliiim of llolso, Idr.ho, for Umatlon of SS.ouo rcros in rirHt U of Jonlun Valley Irrlgaton pro- l-t, In Jlullu'iir county. TIiIn Ih Lrcr ct project. r.siimHien cohI or ( first unit of the projoct li placed ,pproilmslly 12.000.000. Glndale Dewey Hotel being re eled and repaired. jlirhflll f'ourttioy mill will talaritcd. ...

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. — 28 June 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. JUNE 28. 191 S r CORRESPONDENCE WARREN 1 A War Savings Stamp rally will Vbe lipid at the schoolhouse on Frl- day evening. t lias. Merrill and llert Admits made a trip to Portland this week to attend a tractor demonstration and look over the dyked land at Gres-i num.- A birthday party wis given Mrs. I.ennle Clark on Friday evening. The birthday cako was in the form of a battleship. The candles represented the guns. Mrs. Clark did not say There were 35 Mr. Harry Tarbell of Portland, is spending the week with his cousins, the A. H. Tarbell family of Warren. A large delegation from Warren attended the Saturday tropical meet ing of the Palryniens' League at Portland. At the next social evening of the how many candles. grange the entertainment will be ! guests present. given exclusively by the- younger j Mr. Oscar Menifee, a prominent members of the grange. The date is 'lumberman of Portland, was serious July 27. A fine program is being J ly injured by falling fro...

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. — 28 June 1918

.."mjTII CAROLINA fW4 t rn rni fiMTT?; H la popularly uiPH,l ,llttt l,l t ....a nr iiiti 1 1 ii i mi niiiiiiu iPu""1', . . . " , . . ....... ,n on a "M" 11 ... I.. II... ill. I v..-tt. . DI,B, lllll l"" ? i. . n.iiniiuiiliy that throw off ...ui.ii vikn mure than a year Tumult In t tlly in tin) ill"'1"' Q",lkr t,)WI doouiio'iI iho flf't Keneral step to ard tli" freedom u' t'1" ci1oiioh. Ib 17S5 tl'H HrlMiili pnrlli'.mont . .i t..t.iii ..il Whim thn f!rul nrjui'd l " '" ,0OP Of :ir l'.rrlVO! off C'",n K"111' fom KiiRli'"'! cnrrylnif Htampul ,-por the l,,n terrorised the cup ula until h f'nll t0 1,111,1 hi stuff, '"' ih,'y cnP,uml rtmpoffln r frum the governor -n! ukIh oMcnr ,alu 011111 thut In; oUU not nil It to enforce tlm use 0Iitani. A year luloo. 4li r.ti.mp c: a repealed. I t. North Cr.ro ,a( fcimiil Unit alio hail a power vtien tlie people, arose, mid thu Kng Hib crown wish never iigr.ln Buro of IIh jroutid In thn colony. Xhe pi'i'ilo asserted the right or free nuci'in lil :iK" ...

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. — 28 June 1918

6 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. JUNE 28. 1918 DECLARATION COMMITTEE Robert Lifingston, Roger Sher man, Johnilams, Benjamin Frank lin and Thomus Jefferson, as chair man, were appointed by the Contin ental' congress to draw up the Pb cb.ratlon of Independence. Policy demanded that a Southerner RhouM be chosen to write the Declaration in order to increase the probability of its unanimous adoption. Logically Jef ferson was the man lo carry this work through, for the masterly style of his pen was well known. With such co workers, though, it cannot be sup posed that he alcne was the author of the resolution, for the responsi bility had been assigned to all five Jointly and the counsel and advice of all were necessary. However, the credit of the phraseology is given to Jefferson, while John Adams is said to have given close attention to the revision and the amending of the resolution. job or go to Jail. Every loafer put to work releases a man who may help on the farm. Farmers need hands. Soldie...

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. — 28 June 1918

II. romludlim S. S. meeting ut the . .1 ..it. I mill '7ilon)o f i.u brother in rortim.ii.; , improving. I .. 1. .. 9 1 1.. ..1 1.. ..nrl IUII1 tf'lVllt llr l,!tl.1.fircl, SKH. inim.i.i.. ...... kin It. ' ,ll,""" P i i.m liiitrii'lil lit 1 1 ii II or nil I.i,li I"""' . . VI... .' 1 1" I H WITU IM-WT.I 1 IID n" ,!,. Ill III" 11' lni ImlMiiH! Krl'my "V-mng. Mr. Sllllny bus ,m I" """ iin,,ry iiirl.ir. illwi Muiiiln Walls In visiting lior ..-. I, l.l...iln RlinHiInn L:iter, -vr ( a, Iviry m"l fmiiHy vIhUhiI In Sc,,,ll"S 'll f'l'''l- Ortllli' Currlum Hindu lillt 1:it fly ... irin home hist Saturday; stayed trt 1,11 l"""'' ij mint ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, (font' SCAPPOOSE niicl from page f ur) . nil r. Stevens was minimi. treated cur to u In extinguishing til') Mr. n.rt W"Ht ,i of p 1 1 - 111 ....... uf.f-lfill.ltv lilirl Huns illil u I'liio hi nni i,lhl Hat unlay.. I"" wan rOI'M II, KAI'H Tl;i,;'il(M.; t. (Collllllll.'ll f.ONI ,) LIST OF TRANSFERS flay m ti,B , iJnnton walk end 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. — 28 June 1918

8 VST: HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. JUNE 28. 1918 FORESTERS PROTECT OREGON TIMBER The following letter hug been sent out by Stute Forester P. A. Elliott and Federal District Forester Seo. H. Cerll to 26 district fire wardens, 62 co-operstlve state and federal fire wardens, 100 forest rangers and 300 fire patrolnfen In the state: To nil Forest Rangers, rite Vu:-I- ens and Forest Fire Guards: The dry season has come and fire protection plans must now hi brought Into effective action. For u number of seasons fire losses ars at thl. time particularly lamentable. Since the forest fire warning wa first sounded in the United States an army of trained forest fire fighters of no mean efficiency has Jjeen de veloped. To this army you belong. Many of your former co-workers, skilled In fire protection work, are now in France. Therefore it is up to you to carry an additional burden'. The huge drain on this country's resources because of war has drawn hosts of men fsom productive indus tries and Increase...

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. — 28 June 1918

.rtjvONE URGED TO JOIN THE U. S. TEAM . ii .iiuivilt i;nVB: "Let uh The"ior" .i.muuli tlni war-savings cam- t i n." ... I, i rcc'"1 ,M"1' " ' "i i Of wui-H.) ' primary factor In .,,, this war Is nml will he the llnl Ih'T" can on mi great .'i.uiuy uiiIi'kh n greut nutlon inn 'f It- 1110 ni,,H' Impur- ,1 o( ull '"ir " 1 1 iiniiiBiinBiy slrrnRtlifn Hi"' ri ti I In b Una t tliu l3t Hut K ii ml ho permanent sirfr.Kl!'''1"''' ulll"H8 whole i orci'-iil''1' u"rX or ,IIM rro"i 'nw inirraHi d p.-ciil udluii by nil. i it.m mi. I :1ki nvtilil'iiiPM gf 'riS"rt' ' ',lH,B '"oncy ,n 00lll'"llllH ,,y "" W ,lm"1 , luvwtiii' iil of "i"" money In tlio ierpiiiii"'t wrurliU'n liy nil of iim. The (joviTiiini'nt, through the ...vlhim cumualitil, offers till) oii- rtunlty t cvry Individual In the ,00 to Jul" l " Kroat nutimai renu'iil to secure these ends. Thin ihe pi'oil'' wr. The ri)Ki(iiHllil t (or tlio Government rests on tlm ,t t n wlinln. Tlio urniy Im tlm iirmv. It run la supported y ( tliu people ln...

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. — 28 June 1918

10 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. JUNE 28. 1918 h. O. Vadintas of Mist was in St. Helens Tuesday on business matters. The barkentine Lahanla will finish taking on her cargo of 1,250,000 I MIST MISTINGS Rudolph Ketel and his sister 8usyjjjet of lumber tonight and drop down pent Friday in Portland. jto Astoria, awaiting a crew. As soor. Mrs. A. S. Harrison spent the week ; as the rrew is secured Captain Arne end at Salem with her mother. 'son will leave out for Durban, South J. T. Taber caled ou the l'ortland Africa, wholesalers Tuesday. ; g E. L)nch ..eCeived a postal card County Clerk J. W. Hunt was lirom Louis Muhr last Kiliny in Portland Tuesday on a busine. mis-. w,ich it was stated that his compnn B'01 j were leaving Camp Lewis for "some- Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Alexander and where." The supposition was the baby spent the week end with Mrs.were bouud for an eastern-port anil Susan Ketel. 0I, tne WB. t0 Krace. Louis Is in Miss Madeline Frayley of Eugene tlie ambulance corps. H:irry Itlchard...

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. — 5 July 1918

Do Your Duty to the Men at the Front Buy War Savings Sta mps Now J I I I J I III II I 3 " kill I I-! 7 ii i. -r. '...1: . rl Ce l ib y. FT I I OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY VOLUME XXXVII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1918 NO. 29 TELEPHONE COMPANY PROMISES RELIEF ESTIMATES ALLOWED THE KAISER SACRIFICES THOUSANDS OF SOLDIERS THE DRIVE ON AMIENS provr-memM Mmin Int. iruy Wave Advanced to Im Mowed Down lv Fire of llrltMi LOCAL BOARD ISSUES CALL FOR JULY 6TH TVENTY-EIGHT CALLED Men Will Kntraiii fur I oil McDowell, California ,ciive on -fllli The Pacific Telephone and Telo- irapli Company havo assured tlio city council thut In the near future the lelrplnino system 1,1 8t- Helen will ha enlarged and repaired ami In phono subscriber will receive gnu I wrvlce. TIiIh Information wn glv in Ctty Attorney J. W. Day, who Inter ilpwi'd some, of till) head off IcIhIh III Portland ami bIw by Mr. Hcott, the local manager, who wa present at ll,e council mee...

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. — 5 July 1918

r ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, JULY 5. 1918 Issued Every Friday bjr THE MIST PUBLISHING COMPANY O. D. HEILBORN. . . .Vlc President and Manacer. I. C. MORTON Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Yea 91.50 BU MonUia .75 Eatered at second-claaa matter, January 10th, 1912, at the Postofflce at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act of March Srd, 187. oocirrr official paper THE SERVICE FLAU Dear little flag In the window there. Child ot Old Glory, born with a star Hung with a tear and a woman's prayer; Oh, what a wonderful flag you are. Blue la your tar In Us field of white. Dipped In the red that was born of light; Born of the blood that our forbears hed To raise your mother The Flag o'erhead. And now you have come In tills trended day, To speak from a' window to speak and say: "I am the voice ot a soldier son, Gone, to be gene till the victory's won. AN UNFAIR RUL1NU In the first half of the Shipbuild ers' League season, the St. Helens team was not allowed to play a postponed gume, which. If It had be...

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. — 5 July 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1918 mm mm mm w mm m INDUSTRIAL Review : AA(b A A A AAA y S'rk on now cannery , . hr cotiipieicn. 1t.,M-roMM for 18 k, of 'i,,"'t Pv,"n,lt linr"' iitM Itrown ranch and i '..a turn miles Ht of ,iur6' ,, 150.000. Or,-" C'l.y-Wrk of paving 8 Cluckniniis county 10 coin- outfit no I (I sawmill oh tu I)- .rf Of Employe" r m- """"""r "" .motion corporation plun $16,000 xrmiU'U hull. a....thrllll Nw sh01l 8l I"""1 "lHl 0f ,,Ure- RoiclmrK t ,"iva lrul1 ..(.talilo cannery, mucinim. iu m j'ullcil at ",Kl""ll'K t0 C0Ht 10-- fiotukor liovn gone on record for rtiof $10,000 oaeu ly unuii nmuii Irter fillip ' 8t- ol"", -rKOii. .. 1. ..11. 1 1. .. 1 1 u ..ulni !.... I hit It COUMI "mm iiu"" ........ r other yard, and y U. M. Standi 1, Construct l" Co., Vancouver, ttMliliKti". tlint II could complete Hhlim thoaa or m compoii- ,,,. according to J. W. Hull. asms j,i niiiorvlHor or ill" woouon kiiiii .iriirtlllll division III 1110 UIVIHUlll foimi ,i 0rmtii. R r K I fr r ...

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. — 5 July 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. JULY 5. 1918 r VB'WW WWW ! tnry to buildin. I CORRESPONDENCE JST STlJIZ ItAAAAAAAAA A A jtkJt Morse road and work will be begun A7AT?PT?M ! shortly towards the opening up of i fu;me. Tim W. S. S. drive here did not me.t tlie iuota, but wl'li the excep- Thu many friends of Mrs. C. J.j Larson will be pleased to know that j she Is somewhat Improved at the lat-! est reports. Mrs. Larson has been j ill for about five weeks rud has been hi a Portland lionpltnl for two ; t!on of four residents every one done something. Many over subscribed, but those who were expected to do something handsome fell short. The weeks but will come home this week.i foreign-born residents came forward C. J. Larsen wr.s Quito brdly hurt on Friday by being kicked by a horse. He is not seriously injured . but is incapacitated from work. , Miso Mary Thomas spent tho weok handsomely, but some Amorlcans were dilatory. Raymond Harms Is now rapidly convalescing from hi.- recent opera tion for a...

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. — 5 July 1918

C roHONE COMPANY nunMISES RELIEF r 1 (CoollnuoJ from Poge 1) .,.r ami council Ilka the 0. comply- wa a '""tUtt11 to f cHd around by the good public and ' (f ony reward was kicks and 1 Tlil i'Xilunatlon seemed to "!l)th mailer, nnd a truce wan Ldently tfl uon' Xll flro llllirill nyniniii w uKuiu unlit to '" ",lllt,on ' 1,18 cotm 'J . xii committee reported they . wctrwl a larger gong and the .hone company bad liiMtiUlod It. At ,,ldnce of bow well tboy bud per formed their t""''. tboy pointed with ,ld to tin tucX tlmt t,le "re lttr,n had ruuK o"1 , (rw niomi'iitH berore the council met. Ths report of tho rocordnr for the put tli months was read and upon motion of Allen, was referred to the I'lptnce Committee, "whoever they a the counclimen expressed ih. ii. judge M. H. I Inzi'ii wit present and i nkiM If bo bad anything to say ... ..M Mil litntatil litt IihiI m.l 10 Hie cuun . ...... uwi, but Mors leaving tho council cham ber, upon a direct question from I'ouacllman Miionald. admitted...

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. — 5 July 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. JULY 5. 1918 I rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT T I t FOOD ADMINISTRATION CREDO By willing sorvlce of a (rea people to do those things: To feed the Allies that thy may continue to fight. To feed the hungry In Belgium and other lands that they may continue to lire. To feed our own soldiera over uoas that they may want noth ing. To keep prices steady and the flow of distribution even that the poor at home may be fed. To make everyone's effort count Us utmost for winning the war for freedom. FOOD CONTROL IN AMERICA IS OF AND FOR THE PEOPLE EAT POTATOES WritAl It's Up to Us. i I "Germany's war of starvation Is a I challenge most of all to America," i says a Food Administration Bulletin, j "Against Germany's lust for dominion, i America's purpose is to establish the i society of nations. Against destruc tion, America's aim is healiug. Against mastery, America's Ideal is service. "We cannot surpass the steadfast Dointf ;mmI Few medicines have met with more favor or nccomp...

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. — 5 July 1918

fjLCAN' (LCANOES OF HAWAII iroiiu of llawullun I- !"j0 lu numl'r. extending In a for hundred of mlloa, In of An orll. l,ou",h "ol,,e of tl10 .ad ref are but the wave- u tit V(llllfkilM Lred ren"""" P . ... dlod out long go. The M of fl'1 "",, ,,y (oaleacence ui '" The walla of the L, volcano of Kliauea, on thU Is- Lj ire broken uowu on who win, LicceMtolUliike of fire. This L0 baa "ot lwu, won K,,n"' Laa. but It In " wu" "- I . thB the vlnltor cun stund safe- mtheMK" or hh ihtj m mm, 11 rolcino l motive, wutch the mol- focK bollliiK a"" miouting luo 300 ft below. Homotlmee many L.lllDI UiroW up juin Ul uwiiik Luroua lva and light up with kitlf (lre " irowiuim cra tnai the crater. Tiiun, auuuuniy ana h detfenlng detonations, the jute L toiislhor mnl convert the lake l burning. Beaming, roaring ,, mailing a scene to which few itriln the world nre comparable. LuaaLoa, on the liilund of Hawaii l neighboring volcanic conn. Im Kea, both nearly M.000 feet Li the tea. are among the hlghnNt ...

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. — 5 July 1918

r ft ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, JULY 5. 1918 1 n (I J MIST MISTINGS'j Miss Leona Paulsen - is visiting friends in Skamokawa, Washington. Mr. James Muckle of Portland, wan here Sunday visiting relatives Airs. A. W. Mucliow of Portland is here on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Von A. Gray. Mrs. Victoria Perry of Rainier is here on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. A. K. Barnett. Misses Marie and Pauline Paulsen visited with friends in Portland the later part of last week. Miss Marcella Richard returned Monday after spendfng the week end at her home in Forest Grove. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Allen motored to Cornelius Sunday and spent the day with relatives in that town. Mrs. Jesse Brunt has returned from Seattle where she spent several ceks with friends and relatives. Harvey Wells, state fire niarshall, Miss l.ols Dibblee 'of Rainier was in St. Hcleus for a few hours on visiting Mrs. A. P. Burnett. Wednesday, enroute to Astoria. Dr. S. II. Russell is in Portland Mrs. P. H. Brakke of Portland u'nUei...

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. — 12 July 1918

V ygjjLMyjoJhgMn at tie Front Buy War' Savings Stamps Now OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY VOLUME XXXVII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1918 NO. 30 iPEClAL ROAD LEVIES ARE HELD VALID UDGE M 'BRIDE DECIDES liglmii) Utw if lUlft lli'lil Void by Siiiri'imi Court IloldltiK llial chapter 222 of luw i 1915 U unconstitutional. Ilia i.i .mt court of ir'Km In un opinio, . t Chief JiikIIi-" Mcllrldo revo r.od tcult Judk.'" I. H. 1'urker of (!u jm county In tho ciiho of A. II. Mr n'NpoixIfii t uKiil'iHt C 1 1 1 lit til c urn - e. n). nl'll;iii'rt- Tlio Hull wn to ,;oiu the collection of a 10 mill tclal roml tit x uttmiiptcd to b' ilej by roml district No. 1 of t'tju '111'.!'. Tlif ilfcinltui of tlm supremo court qn that tlio tlinlirr interest ami ( ii.llroii'1 romiuiny, who did u j (he Hpetial IovIcn, will now huvi . piy them, mill that tlio work oul al In tl( seveni! dlatrlct wlili-li ted tlm special 'taxes, w ill Ito donn. The Mist called up Attorney ...

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. — 12 July 1918

r t ri ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. JULY 12. 1918 -. ! Issued Every Friday by THE MIST rritl.ISIHXG XMPAXV O. D. HEILBOUN Vice l'rcsldent nnd Manager. S. C. MORTON Editor SVIISCIUI'TION HATK8 One Year fl.BO Six Month 73 Entered as second-class matter, January 10th, 1913, at the Postofllca at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act of March 3rd. 1879. i COUXTV OFFICIAL I'APEll ! ' '"" 1-XlltKST KIRK IVWt.KH . dangerous forest-fire season Is here. All fcrest travelers, rutolstt, campers, fishermen, hunters and others, are warned to bo careful with flro in the cpei. Tle present extremely dry condition of the woods due to drought and drying winds, makes them especially susceptible to fire, and unusual c-.ro Is necessary to prevent destructive conflagr-tions. The co-operation of everyone using the forests Is needed to keep them green and at'ractive. By building small camp fires in safe places and completely extinguishing them be fore leaving, one of the chief causes of forest fires may be removed....

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