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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 30 August 1918

f" ..nllCTDIal RKVirW 1 , A k M- Portland Tlia first of 10 woudnn intla.l l lha .1. kLi Milli to """"" ----- I ,. u'llluniette Iron A Steel works I noW hlnK rushed by Wlllumntto ..n.nv ilullH re froni Htuudlfer .hiwnl l Vancouver. u.rslifieKi ""7 siupynrcis i i i ..rriftlitiv riifwinl ..r n Lliii III"""1 ' M yartlit In . according to gov- .nnieiit f Inures. Portland Multnnmuii noloi here hjorlipd 3f.00 people In ouo n Ik lit I'trloi encrnipmont of O. A. H. at two i: ni riuTpUmm. real cannot lin Lpllculod by any othor hotel wont of Work begins on construe! Ion of it II to replac" hik'Ii of the trestle work ndjarxnt to big Oregon Klnclrlc nllroad bridge ovur Bun Hum river brtwn liever ond Tallmt. Ulmnim cannery begins run on mrirwn blackberries. Plant ex c to luiiidlo .iliout 300 torn of buries nt C cents a pound this sea- Tolmlo Work lively on tiio gov ernment mill Hlto. jlsrshfleld -Sumner to ("cos City Itcuiiir highway, dlHlaiico of four mile completed. Haadon -Ownership of Ilnr.do...

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. — 30 August 1918

1 ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, AUGUST 30. 1918 11 1 ! ,1! '1 ,. 1 CORRESPONDENCE 1 WARREN The Saturday evening session of the grange was largely attended and a very pleasant social evening was held. The program was arranged and carried out by three young men members of the grange, consisting of Leo Farr, announcer; and Omer Bealer and Alphens Wellborn. The musical selections were well render ed and the 'cello trio consisting of C. M. Hyskell, 'celloist; Omer Healer, violinist and Miss Elizabeth Hyskell, pianist, was a treat. An encore was responded to by a vocal solo from Miss Hyskell, "Some Day I'll Wander Back Again," accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Hyskell and Omer Healer on piano, cello and violin. A. S. Harrison of St. Helens, an old-time member of the grange gave a talk on the advancement of the organiza tion and Btated that he stood ready to assist the farmers in buying an outfit to thresh their grain now suf fering. His cffer was received with approbation by the large number rresent...

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. — 30 August 1918

SOLDIER (Continued from pngo one) (,. KH'iicli words I know mid iim KiikIIhI' froucli know, I .do troitll lit all. All the French LillUH CWIIIO IV urn urn im-nn uj I our li'"1""' unuerBiiiiiii " ...... ..I. .lit ul.mi : i Iran 01 ""i"' ' " " shirt or some urllolo of cloth- 4- gay, Kill lf y" '"mr wlloro CJiiorge 'old or lliirmll draws uru, please I,i m know- I have not heard of iPm lu 1 l,,fl ( UIIP LWlS. How ilu not forgot to wrllii to mo , will I'" nioi'o than Kluil to liuur Iron you. ir old m.nci, LOUIS MUlllt, Lib. s""- Trul" 314 g y Kronen. Kfltii.. U,. IC.-.,r..H-i.trl W. 0. Jlrunn.ui, chief 0f rocordH of Hi" Yunktoii Hedm,.,,, received the following t.r t,m A.Kllu 8l()wur(1. Camus, Franco. July ai.t, ms Mr. W. I). Ilrumio-), Chief of Records, Tllllcum Tribe No. G2, Improved Order of Hudmoii, Yankton, Ori'Kon. I"ur Clili.f iiiii llrothnrs: It lit with th deepest rt-Krot. thnt I lnko HiIh opportunity to Inform you of tho rnco.it death f 0,. ,Ki,y BB. teemed hrother iledinun, Wu...

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. — 30 August 1918

6 ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. AUGUST 30. 1918 unncrumn uihtc g, llUUJbllULU 11U1IO Ric pudding swceieacd with brown sugar will have a very rich flavor. A weak tea made from plug tobac co will overcome Insects :n house plants. Good dusters ere washed often, dipped in keroscno and dried In the open air. Even when the material has to be bought, home canning is often profit able. Whtlo oilcloth Is nn economical and attractive covering for the kitch en table. It is better for the lor-.f r. to be narrow. This will insure thorough baking. Baked apples are delicious served with drawn butter, flavored and sweetened. A H'.tle alum in the water used for washing perspiring hands and feet will alleviate any unpleasantness. Get a hand pumice stone, which! comes '1th a small handle Attached, r.t smaUwears coulter in department; store. A little methylated spirit used to) moisten the polishing pasto for brass' and copper goods will keep them' from tarnishing tor quite a long time. ! White lead Is cne o...

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. — 30 August 1918

nVERNMENT NEEDS lDlll Auk a !, ioobi will accept appucuuons ror iMutMra from registrants (juullflnil i.nti....u I limited or iiiinicii ouivn.-e " . .... i . or good siunoKrupiiors who L i l..nl t rn I n I n ir Men who qualify under thla cull in oroliably 1,8 BHHlKnod to the Ailvucat (lonnral'a and Provost j,rlial 0n'rtil' dnpurtiiioiitH, and Iff Will l,U M"JUil-" I" H'llll uuun mrtlal cbhch ami annua to otlior p,itert pertaining to military law In it Held. The work la luternatlng and will Ire InruluublH experience to tlio for- nsie applicant. nullified reentrants are urged to Irewnt thoimtHvos to lliolr local arda ami liuvo their numes llHtud Hy U. K. I.uIIAKK, Chief Chirk Local Hoard. If you want (ulck Lilt Wont Ad. results try a YELLOW TACKF.TQ TARTAR EMETIC When yell0w Jack()U mm., about dwHllnKhouaea they c.n ' oatroycd In two or three day. by i 1.0 by d.HHolvlnK four graln, arlar e,t tt tablespounful of hot water, and adding 2.3 CUB of "trained lionny. I-Ul . "... or thin ni,tu...

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. — 30 August 1918

8 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. AUGUST 30. 1918 MIST MISTINGS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wllkins were Portland visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Bertha Woods spent the week end with relatives In Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob George return ed Monday efter a ten days visit in Portland. Mr. and Mrs Eugene lllakesley are! Let the Mist Job office do your at Seaside, the guests of Mrs. J. 11 printing. Wellington. Mrs. J. E. Ramsey returned Mon day after a pleasant visit with friends in Seaside. Mrs. H. P. Mct'onnick returned oa Saturday night from San Francisco, California and Drain, Oregon, where she visited with her sister.) and mother. PREPARE FOR EaIl DAYS They will soon be here. Bring the hoys ami girls to Taber's and have them outfitted from head to feet. Our line is complete and the prices right. Some of the Articles the Young Folks Need BOYS' SUITS $6.50 to.$9.9S BOYS' BLOUSES AND SHIRTS .. 59c to 98c BOYS' HATS. CAPS AND XIXKW KAR BOYS' AND CARLS' UNTOX SUITS 75c to $2.25 BOYS' AND GIRLS' BUSTER BROWN ...

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. — 6 September 1918

giLilLgj Fair-September 18, 19, 20 St. Helens VOLUME XXXVII. FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN MEETING WEDNESDAY MANY WERE PRESENT I Coniiult I -i From nil Purls of tin Count)' Coiiveim nt Coiiiilmuse A nifotlriK of prnctlcully nil or I'niumltlH county' committer for tho Fourth Liberty l-on wuh hold at lit courthniiHO Wednesday afternoon nuriuanl to a cull by County Chair mm 8. ('. Morton, Fluid Manager Strong explained the progrum to lie orked out and assisted In the or- piliatlon. Ths quota for Oregon, while not irt authoritatively, announced, will likely be uhout $40,000,000 or 2 V4 timet the amount of tlio IuhI loan On thin busla, Columbia county's quota will he around $200,000 wlilcli Iht committoti foul am ha raised iltbout any groat effort an this much iu rained In tho Third I-oun The drive start on Suturday, September 2Slh, but Oregon, In order to keep her record of being tho tint over the top In every loan noli to ku over the top at 9 o'clock the morning of the 28th. Until thut time, vol...

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. — 6 September 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 6. 1918 Issued Every Friday by THE MIST PUBLISHING COMPANY O. D. HKILBORN. . . .Vice Frcstdent and Manager. 8. C. MORTON Editor 8CBSCRIPTIOX RATES One Year $1.50 Six Montlta 75 Entered as Becond-clasa matter, January 10th, 1912, at the Pstofflce at St Helens, Oregon, under tbe act of March 3rd, 1879. COUJJTr OFFICIAL PAPER PATRONIZE HOME IXIH'STKY There is a St. Helens hraud of butter, a St. Helens brauJ of canned goods, two St. Helens bakeries wbp put out. a St. Helens brand of bread and now vreare to have a St. Helens brand of flou. All of these articles nre as good as the best and you will be aiding in the upbniMing cf the community when you us. them, or for that matter, any other article that is made iu St. Helens. If a home in dustry i .nnot look to the home peo ple for patronage, the chances are - we will have few home Industries. IT IS ALL IMPORTANT WORK A subscriber of the Oregonlan who halls from Linnton and la evidently a mill worker asks...

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. — 6 September 1918

-"Wr - 'I .unltCTRMI RFVIFW . . L. Jt. Jk. Jt. Jk. JL. jl ' - Toledo lo "va rra;e ana new huMillnK- Pnrtlanu winio oimy cor.siruct- . ioa frnlK'it cam for 8. 1'. Co.. .rifle Ctt Foundry Co.. of Port ed and Hoiilt'1'. in n (mum inn Jiullil- . riK-nHlonH ror namuins, ma K"V- mnient contract for 2000 cam re- ilolti'il it. i lie coiiiDiuiy Iiiih i eomit"(" construction or 400 Machine ttliopH, wamnoiiHov and llliu' I North""-'"' filool ( o. HarvBHtInK nu undnr way In Clack nu county. Ell lo '' runts for grading ,11m of KlKln-Mlimn road and six f i. Ill Oruaon Trull auRnlurl lll v - ... .in I mnt AUA - .ii... :ur f ' ' ' ' If. Baker Ni'W I3ZB,000 sawmill of li,kr Whltii I'lnn Lumhnr Co., In full xntlon. Capacity 20,000 foot por j:our. "I" itniira uayruu oi I no com- Uir l prui"-l, iil:im lK HI win 1 1 1, . .i.. ...Ill I...V fanlnvv n ti .1 ... i . nniiroxliiiatna 400 in mi HarshfMd jBtty work pr:Kres- ilnit ry sauitracioriiy. Wallnwu Contract for post road .,1'nlon county from KlKln to Mi...

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. — 6 September 1918

ST HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 6. 1918 W., g!!5 3 rADDPcnniunrvrr k A A A A. AS SCAPPOOSE School will open next Monday, the 9th. Mrs. Adam of St. Helena visited Scappoose friends on Wednesday. Mrs. J. B. Duncan has returned from a trip to Tacoma. Mrs. Jack Duncan is home from Clatskanlo. R. P. Niblock sold his car thtf week to Rev. Hisey of St. Helens. Mrs. W. C. Campbell entertained the Ladles Aid at her home on Thurs day. The school buildings are very at tractive both Inside and out since they received the new coat of paint, the work has been completed and Is very satisfactory. Mr. anU Mrs. W. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Holoday, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Niblock attended University Park church Sunday and heard Rev. C. H. Johnston speak. Messrs. Cathcart, Holloday, But ler and Niblock attended Masonic lodge In St. Helens Thursday even ing and helped C. H. Kapper through Lis third degree. Congregational church Sunday School, 10:16 a. m., morning wor ship". 11:15 a. m.; evening service 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. — 6 September 1918

OCAL BOY IN for Morn Activity Nearer I'runrti , i a. Mustmi of lloulton llllH trp(l th following Interesting lot rlroiu her nephew, who Im In the g navy mid Htutlwiou nt Vludivos- t. iKllroH'ok. UuhhIii, Juno 13, '18. d,.ur Aunt l-ii'y: I received your inmreMung K-ttor from you. I won t be able, to ;le lUl'll B III'"" i"H"i un JIMIIH ih, ...n'l H 1 1 III pt It. e Iihvo been re alnioHt f"r iiumtlm now itml mo I U rather tiresome oh thorn Ih no1 'Ittmttit whatever. JiiMt tlio nuiiih dally routine mid I don't go oreriT)' ofti'ii, us there In nothing! rttlmt I i i.Joy. Tim people cun t .,k KnkHi'Ii hiiiI there 11 ro no tl..M..r.m ho ,. nIy , rl.li. around th0 country lir, ' rJ!:wl,,e,,,k"-''- C : , " "" which Ih """,H '"' 'II t l Amerl- '". (i.,u good lH tlm( I can save ,y lll(llly wl(.(i m,Klt ....Hoy soinotlim,. ollr ship ' l-ut iKl.t hun.lr.Hl , 0I1 to you can J.i.Iko how ,fK a H T ' Morn Ih t.,., , ,l(),k H( wo walk ashore. Tbero am .u,,. ono Chinese u I1U KllKH w.,rKl; re. We have ...

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. — 6 September 1918

6 ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. 1918 l HOUSEHOLD HINTS THE FIGHTING LINE 4 When Jimmy went to fieht the Hun Across tno Drlny sea Conrso salt dampened with vine-!1' seemed like setting of the sun J 1 1 .1. . . . . I rr T : M I Car will clean enameled ware that has become burned or discolored In mixing batter the lumps of flour cau be avoided by putting the salt In the flour before wetting. To keep coffee from boiling over plr.ce a lump of butter (size of large boan) Into the coffee pot Just before boiling starts. When your hands are badly soiled from scrubbing or housecleaulng take a handful of cornmoil and rub them with it and wash as usual. Enameled kettles that have burned dry should be fillod at once with boiling water, as cold water would cause the enamel to crack or chip. Glass stoppered bottles are some times very difficult to opeu. This may be overcome by putting a very thin coating of vaseline on the stop per. Add soda to the water in which greasy dishes are washed a...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 6 September 1918

Uence changes OF "l,o I jju OMmIii IVrmlU llef r ...Linif New Hwiiifiu-d Hit! UmI 8lnK' Marshal 0. F. Alex- L, hit receive., -... ....... (tloriH'X Keiierui ,,,u I'Hiiwu , callliiK ."enuon o, uoriunn nulreiumit, governing the . .t nr cjerimin filli.n lnie 01 f - lle. German ulli'ii woman churiRlim .InrA 01 rcHmem:" l uuumur " .. ................... Wlllllll ""11111 lUK'nilull.MI lrlct liall Immediately report any eluiiKO ,0 ,M" regiHiruuon om- of ilia registration dlatrlct uml Lnt lo reglatrutlon officor rriitralioii card r"r 1110 purpose hiiln endorsed ti"rii py such itnllnn officer the chungo of Idenw. Germiui alien fumalu who ln- to change Ik"" place of residence place of residence, w It li lit an r,.(ll nil Inn dlatrlct must oh- UMirinH. Such German iillun fo- mutt present licrHuir to tiio reg- ntlon officer of Ilia district In U she reside, and iniiko nppllca- (or ill" p'Tin it on a form sup- br tli registration officer, uml Lot her registration card to tli itratlvn officer for...

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. — 6 September 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 6. 1918 I MIST MISTINGS H. Constantln and son, Kaoul, Jr., were Astoria visitors Sunday. C. D. Mo'gan f.nd family spent Labor Day with friends la Portland. Wade Rutherford left Tuesday for Spokane where he will attend high school. H. F. McCormlck was a business Tlsitor in Portland Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. J. II. McKie and little daugh ter are visiting with relatives in Aloha, Oregon. Mrs. J. R. Hobbs received a letter stating that her son had arrived safe ly In France. Miss Lottie Gray of Portland was a week end visitor at the homo of her brother, Von A. Gray. Miss Amy George left Wednes day morning for a visit of several days with friends in Seaside. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Dltio and daughter spend Sunday and Labor Day with friends in Portland. . Miss Marge Hr.lstead of California was a guest this week of her friends. Mrs. S. C. Morton r.nd Miss Olgr. Heil born. County court will adjourn tomor row and Commissioners Harvey and Weed will go to Portlan...

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. — 13 September 1918

Conic to the Coljinilijatoiiy Fair-September 18, 19, 20 St. Helens OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY irnniMH XXXVII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1918 1 v NO. 39 CITY SCHOOLS OPEN WITH BIG ENROLLMENT WORK IS STARTED y- Siii l Illlrmlrlii III Getting TttinK4 I" HIimi for Work Tim public tulioiilM of St. Helens opi'in'il rii Monday tlio Kill, anil not- HitltHtliiiniliH wur iiiiii'h urn uiiinr handle-' p. tint attendance on tlia opinlug ily. Wlll( jult lurge, kiii) piiny Mudeiit havo come Iii sin re lli.it dale. The hlnh hcIiooI enrollment In 70 mil tin' following tet'.chcr have been grlrrti'il : Miptslntomloiit, II. It, King; . i . i i rai i t i . leanier. ami rtiieuu towiiHrini, mum Kuther I.. JIiiiwii iiiul Mis 1.. W. Wnlli"'"- Tim eighth grmlo enrollment in 27 cnJ MIm llertrudo Liggett will con duct tli" work In th Im grade. Mis Elfin Wilson Iiiih charge of tlio evcn ih uruiln mill 21 Hcholum were on rolled on the opening day. In tint i...

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. — 13 September 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1918 Issued Every Friday by THE MIST PCBUSIIING COMPANY O. D. HEILBORN. . . .Vice President and Managor. 8. C. MORTON Editor SCBSCIUPTOOX RATES One Year .f I.SO Six Months 78 Entered as second-class matter, January 10th, 1912. at the Postofflce at St. .Helens, Oregon, under the act of March 3rd, 187. the travelling publle will feel. Stay with It, Potter and Quick, and each of you will earn the thanks of the pedestrians who value their lives or limbs. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER OREGON, THE FIRST STATE COLUMBIA, THE FIRST COUNTY In all war activities, Oregon ranks first. The percentage of volunteers in the army and navy from the grand old state of Oregon, is larger than that of any other state la the union. In Red Cross subscriptions, Oregon was the first state to go over the top and in Liberty Loan subscriptions, Oregon has been first in every loan. Of course we all feel proud of the record our state has made, and justly are we proud. But coming righ...

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. — 13 September 1918

lf" -r p 66 'TM &ese dWffi uoIIjsto - - .J " ' : " ' 4? ' ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 13, 1918 WM'.M) J&5 safe 17- Cm 1 JL ' . ' v " 0 Tt " Any Bank WiU Help You raa tuTHTiwinn oommrrn tnouai twm vAxmiOTio ootnmATioa or Oldest Bank in the County St. Helens, Oregon

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. — 13 September 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1918 R. R. OFFICIALS VISIT ST. HELENS A party of Spokane, Portland ft Seattle Railroad officials, consisting of E. E. Llllle, assistant general manager; E. B. Heath, superintend ent; II. M. Houston, superintendent of car service and telegraph; E. C. Mtchelsen, In charge of traffic ac counts; R. W. Plckard, assistant gen eral freight agent; R. H. Crosier, as Distant general passenger agent and J. C. Fox, agent, visited the city. Representing the operating, traf fic and accounting departments of the railroad, the mission of the party was to more fully outline and explain to the public and employes of the line the purposes, plans and policies of the United States Rail road administration In the conduct of the transportation program local ly as well as between local and dis tant points; to seek and correct any causes for complaint regarding serv ice or wrong impressions of the duties, obligations and desires of the local operating lines; to Indicat...

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. — 13 September 1918

f INDUSTRIAL REVIEW Miilliuiir National Nitrate com- f buys mill. Remodeling ond en rflnf toullUIng for machinery In week. ' . I . Empire Bouinuru uiwun coin- i.t In Kat n.invalnit i, ... mn nun " ! , ploying 300 limn. 200.000 to 260,- 000 fiwt ,Ul wln b" cut- pl"'r pulp, grlnillim '"'I1 Hn,l ,,ox factory Jo be hIiiIiI1hIiO(1 In commotion with mill. forest Grove $10,000 iimcaduin ,,! rock work on Hanks-Forest Urnr0 rami Iwlnit completed, IIHMtO on the North Plains rond. Molttll ' vm on moihiib ve- dqo, Mul'i street nd Third Htrot.t Ik lnulil 71-crn Hollow it, Ml scliiwl buildlnK to be built here t once. Corvnllli Y. M. I.. A. appro priate $15000 for hut here. Murcoln New Fischer mill to re place one destroyed by fire, to cost $100,000. Work under way; will (mploy 175 men. Capacity 150,0l'i (Mt dully. Cottaitn drove Drown Planer In .int. Mnrliliin nnltrn1i.il l.v 0D"ru',. - electricity line capacity of 4 0,000 diir North llmid nguln line hopes for u hotel. Salem One million poundH of...

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. — 13 September 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1918 5 4 Hi It correspondence! SCAPPOOSE Lester Adams has been Assigned to the battleship Ohio. ' Miss Neva Boyle Is enjoying a va cation at Seaside. It was, a pleasure to see Claude Duncan's face among his Scappoose friends the past week. A. A. Whltol, professor of music, of Oregon City, was a guest of Mrs. Getchell last week. Dr. and Mrs. Hatfield were Port land visitors this week. Mrs. Welsh, after visiting her Daughter, Mrs. Dodson, is now visit ing In Salem. Mrs. J. B. Caples motored to Til lamook with Mr. and Mrs. Shr.fer of Portland on Tuesday. Cal Weaver left Saturday morn ing for Camp Lewis. Mrs. L. Purey of 'Warren, was the guest cf Mrs. R. A. McKay Saturday. The Red Cross will meet at the church next Tuesday at 2 p. m. The following officers were elected at the meeting this week: chairman, Mrs. William Campbell; vice chairman, Mrs. Late Brown; secretary, Mrs. Getchell. Mrs. Price has charge of the knitting. Much of the work at presen...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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