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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 13 September 1918

Splendid Amusement Fea-f tures. Something Doing all the time. EVERYBODY SHOULD Best Ever Held in Columbia County Fair Officials W. J. Fl'LLERTON. I'ri'Kldont, Wnrruu, Oregon. R. N. LOVELACE, Vim. I'roHlcieat, Kalnlor, On-Ki n J. W. POMEROY, Vim I'ri'Hlilont, ScnppooBfl, On-Ron J. W. ALLEN, S-crel.iry-Troaiiuror, St. Ht'lnim, Oro. CJUY TAKBELL, Suporlittondvnt, LlveHtork D. C. HOWARD, KiiiicrliitiMidinit, Dairy IiitorenU AL11EHT U. LARSON, Supnrliileiiiliuit, Poultry A. L. MOUUI3, Sii'rliiloiicliint, Agriculture MltS. L. n. RUTHERFORD, Swiierliitfiiilout, liukiiiK and Canning MRS. Fit ED TIIOW, Superintendent, Nuedlework MH3. 3. a. WATTS Ambulant to Mr. Trow mrs. s. vs. Lynch, Superintendent, Flower JUDGE 8. C. MORTON, , Superintendent, Uuny Show J. W. ALLEN, Superintendent, School Exhibit $360 Cash Given as Premiums t0 Columbia County Schools Columbia County School Ex 't Larger and Better Than uver. Fine Silver Cup Given or Best School Exhibit. SEVENTH A V V.. L a o u Columbia Count...

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 September 1918

8 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1918 COMMON SENSE BACK OF THE CENSORSHIP By E. G. Plpp We Americans have formed a ii:'bit of thinking that the Germans huva some uncanny method of learning all about the Allied armies, and that to print a bit of .news regarding rren connected with the army doesn't make any difference, because the Germans know aJl cbout !t anyhow. Germany gets her InformatUvi cbout the Allied armies as she gets everything else, by working hard, thoroughly end persistently nt it. And, unfortunately, she is helped a great deal by well-meaning and seemingly harmless items appearing in newspapers. . ' In one place in Switzerland there are 40 men at work early and late looking through American papers published in the smaller towns seeking information for the German army. At another place are more men working through just ns hard on papers of all descriptions, gleaning every column for bits of news that will throw light on the situation as regards the Allied armies....

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. — 13 September 1918

i ! ST HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1918 CrrnRS SUPPORT YANKEE TRANSPORT REACHES OVERSEA DOCK WAR PROGRAM writing to the persons given In such lists. (Con tin ued from page two) . . a fair nrlce for ner- Upwaiw- . ilia OreioU Jcvrnnl linn lines to tho voters of the state NW ......... .. rnn.l- ...lute rotating to the publl- r cf the dollimuont tax lint, has i helislf of !! moasure. ttnified tha newspaper publishers . . 1 In - ih( ttate aim "'" ..i... i.f,r tlio neonle of m poll""" ' li " . .. Tliwefore, i it rram. uj .. Miinrlut association that the Lpaperi of '.he state make plain .,. Mmriera me """""J ' -iTho o-ilforin pr.xtlce of the " ... . . ..... Lid of the Union is io auiuj uwn i . i.n.,,,iAn nrnnertv of such ,mwcr througn puoiicauou IM ' gjeond That because of the fall- of eounty assoosors, paat or rMtnt to correct assessment rolU , M to conform to the deed record lerlfft not ,n P""",on of iom and addresses of owners of Liitqurnt property and a wrme.i Lim li therefore ...

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. — 13 September 1918

10 ST HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1918 MAKE POLISH WORKMEN SLAVES (lor man Militarists Adopt lirutal Policy with Workingnien Polish laborers in Germany are treated little better than slaves, ac cording to such information as has reached America of late. The unof ficial news that comes to the depart ment of labor is such as to indicate that German workmen are held un der close subjection by the military. The Poles apparently tare worst. They are forbidden to join the farm Laborers' League and the unions, moreover, are forbidden to assist In any way the Poles when the latter have grievances. Even the wives of union officials who have been con scripted, it is said, are refused the right to speak to Polish laborers. . The secret police interfere with meetings of the farm laborers' league, ostensibly to find out whether any! Poles are participating in them. The German-socialist press points out that such procedure will hardly In crease the esteem for Germany r broad, particularly ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 13 September 1918

- I . , . . i ) - , . ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1918 i. to - i Do not wait until some one calls on you - - go to your bank TODAY like the free-minded and red blooded American you are and BUY to the very limit. Then for very good limit BUY SOME MORE. Any Bank Will Help You IMS iSTXKTXSXMIKf COXTTBUTKD TKBOUQX TU rATBIOTXO CO-OrXBATIOX 01 - . . r St. Helens Lumber Co. St. Helens Shipbuilding Co. Columbia County Lumber Co. St. Helens - - - - Oregon .j f

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 13 September 1918

BANK BOOSTS PIG CLUBS ... ui.ntr l'nrkir at I tin rimnu ' mi Colmiiliiii rouiily Hk club iiu'IiiIhtm HI bo (Mil 111 iiirno ui inn county L. m'U I'll. ""' l"t of lively (Oiulifllltlt'ii ' "Upwtml. IJlli.'lo Hum 1,-uwl '"" '"Hl HPr'"K '" "II In - 1 . . i mi. . i Liii fill ! l'"' '"M l,,H nation pork Lrrel. 'I1'" ,M,,H "lrl" of ""l amnio' p,l1,'",l 'y tbo thousrtids, pr IIUK I" ""UlHO U plK lO llll,; jreuiie tli" i""""1 to I'olHilmii. The riiiiiMiniii v ininiy iiuiiH iiuh brim milv I" roKtiTlnu thin work. A Hiiri' or iiir l"y ! Klrls wcr loanfil H"' wltl' wblcb to buy i fit- A " r,',I"i J"Mi Him ninny biivi oml KlrlH nro Noiiiii thirty or orty dnliarH riiTimr nun inno nam 8 "douflilHiyn" I" rrnnoo can liuvo JuhI lliat nni''li morn bnpon. Mr. Mib'H. ir'Hl(l(ut of tli bunk, Ih rnxloUH to ' "'ucb of tliiisn pigs ,J Hi" liy or Klrl llmt raided lilni, to li I" 1 1 1 v 1 1 1 1 1 K them both' to count to llio CDiiiily ful r. Tbo club mimi Ikti nm to liuvu a JuiIkI-'ir contCMt by wbi li t !!' ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 13 September 1918

ST HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1918 . CLATSKANIE Harvey Bennett came down from his Tacatlon Job In the shipyard at St. Helens for the opening of school where he enters upon his junior year. County School Superintendent J. W. Allen visited the local school on Wednesday morning, going oa to Nehalem for a visit to the schools of the valley. Miss Carrie EUertson Is leaving today for Astoria, where ahe has en gaged to teach during the coming year. School will open In that city on Monday next. Mr W'm. Holmes of Helena has moved to Claukanle for the school year, having secured housekeeping rooms in the Hill building. Her son. Nealy, has entered the eighth grade, and little Miss Gladys is wrestling with the fourth grade problems. The Harvest Festival, to be given under the auspices of the Ladles Aid of the Methodist church, will be held In the church basement on Friday and Saturday of next week, the 13th and 14th. Owing to many handicaps incident to the abnormal times and the impossi...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 13 September 1918

14 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1918 MIST MISTINGS The Fair dates are September 18, 19 and 20. . Miss Margueritte Rankin spen. t e week end with friends tn Portland., Fred and Rudolph Ketel motored to Portland Thursday afternoon. Attorney 3. W. Day transacted legal business la Astoria Wednesday, S. R. Sonneland came down from Portland Saturday to spend Sunday with his family. C. C. Cassatt was in Astoria Sun day attending a Y. M. C. A. confer ence. H. S. Mason and S. C. Morton were in r or t land Tuesday consulting with the Oregon Liberty Loan officials. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Burnett motored to Kerry Sunday and Mr. Barnett reg istered the men In the Kerry camp. Miss Hazel Brlttain and her moth er returned last week after spending a month with her brother. Earl It. Brlttain In Butte, Montana. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Stone weut to Portland Wednesday and Mrs. Stone entered a Portland hospital to un dergo a minor operation. ' The Fourth Liberty Loan sub scription should be a voluntary...

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 September 1918

to the ColiugyogyFSeptemkr 18, 19, 20 St. Helens Me 3 wist 1?.CIAL PAPER 0F COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY OLUME XXXVII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1918 NO. 40" BOOL BUILDING DESTROYED BY FIRE AUSE IS UNKNOWN i Ikflr")" '""'I Building- lo fJ,MMI -Kolllll lllNlirMIK'tl Tlit SI. Helena public school bull J ( t,i. almost completely destroyed I (Irn which lirnki) out In Ilia nu mbly room ) the second floor or , bulldlnt; :l the Mouth unit, about 1 0 : :i o o'clock Monday night. e (ho wuu :i spectacular one ami .inctnl hundeds of people. Ur. Kff io Wlliion noticed smoke rliiR from tlio upper story of the ;ol at tlio hour mentioned and rol ill tin' alarm. Tlio (Ira ap- rilun wns himiii on the scene, but ii unable to save llio building, out pt the fin' subdued and artvod the ,rli residences. When tlm firemen flrrit arrived, of the streams of water whn play- on '.hi pl:'f wliero the fire wuii rrely hurnlnK and Rood progress 4 br In K inailo iiftiiliiHt the f...

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 September 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1918 lasted Every Friday by THE Mistf PUBLISHING COMPANY O. D. HEILBORN. . . .Tlc President end Manager. 8. C. MORTON Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year 91.BO Six Month 7S Entered at second-class matter, January 10th, 111, at the Postofflc at St. Helens, Orefon, under the act of March Srd, 1879. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER LESSON'S FROM THE KIRK Monday's night fire which des troyed the school building should ter.ch St. Helens valuable lessons The first one is that all school build ings of two stories or more, should be of fireproof construction. The tire. If from causes other than the work, of an incendiary, might as well have occured In the day time when the building was crowded with hun dreds of school children, many ol them little ones, and there might have been fatalities. Fire spreads rapidly In large frame buildings and no matter how well drilled are the children, it would be a difficult mat ter to get all of them out of the build lag safely. 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. — 20 September 1918

rHOOL CHILDREN CB TO ENTER CONTEST hi I'll.n ICnuiij fur I'ourlli ,ll'Hy Imiii M ln,i. wiilo -HH:iy contest In the ,,ret of ""' I"'"1"'1'1 ''""''ty I-uitii !, ntlriii'!'" coiiHlilnrnliln ut- ',i,,n b'ikiiik hcImioI child run of 11 .... 1. 1. ..i. ........ routliriI writers in mjr i.umriy il unit I." 11 '" ''"I"''' r, proporiitiii of Uih 270,000 ,it anil high school pupils In the . II. .11.1,, will Ink.. .... 1 Intt-ri-rtilim roiiipii'.iiion. pupil ,if ' '"' r ii .eH wm write nut more than 200 fifth :"'' M,xlM K rude, not or6 Ilia" wrU; Mivuuth mill Mh (tr!uli' anil 1 1 1 K hc:iooIm, mil re tliuii I"1"' w"n'M' Kuril t Ii -rill select Urn hn'it omwy In her ..... I I,...ImI U'ltl Ul.ll.f.l II... 0in. i" ' i' " ,in:iyit In her bulltllng, ono from fh coiiiii'Imh grado, TheMe will be l to Hi" I'nii'ity Riiporlnti'ni'mit, will rhmiMi tin) Ix'Ht essay In cl, grude. Ii" " ull, anil forward cm t Krt il I.. Iloall, rhiiirtiiun of e "' Contest Sectl ill, Koom 203, iirthwoH.iTi: niiiiH nun litis...

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 September 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1918 1 u St! Al CLATSKANIE At the session Just closed of the Columbia RlTer conference of the Methodist church. Rev. Louis Thomas, formerly for four years the pastor cf the church at Clatskanlo, was transferred from Grandrlew, Wash., to Goldeniale, the change be ing necessitated for climatic rer.sons. Rev. Henry Green, who, with his wife were former Clatskanie citixena, were transferred from Goldendale, whoro they have been for the past three years, to Lewlstou, Idaho. A meeting of ihe school board -as held Wednesday evening. The resignation of G. P. Puxey, director, was considered and accept ed, owing to the fact that his duties render it impossible to attend to the business of the board as hea out of town much of the time. Some transportation problems came op for settlement and were ad justed. By action of the school board at this time, no dancing will be allowed In the gymnasium during the coming year. County Attorney Glen R. Mets ker. Sheri...

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 September 1918

INDUSTRIAL REVIEW 'lartona 26 acres prunes to b .! hern. , rtb iiiiiiiI - Two vommkIm launched tlv mrimn - IIO.OOO hcIiiioI hnuue .,ipletl ''"" ,iliurK iNI w i"K'"K iiouhh nuru ,iiiili!tlin. Aitorla 1 8 00 -foot lot purchased mil fit liiir fill iii.i.i il... I Ml? 1W1II frwil !, Will" i yululliNuw schoolhouHe with ex- pll)'Krlllltl I'OlllpKltlKl. Toledo-Tolti'.'J cti li II lit K )lltllt com- tpd, now ready tor iiuhimohn. Ibsuy -I'urliiml hKH shipped from j lo North rorlluml bring m.:o. HeCnrmlck McCormlck ' Lumber , hiii liiHtiilli'il u quantity or now .chlnory. ' Vortli lii'ini Appui crop large. ,:i orrliunl br COO boxes brlng , 2,25 a ho. , . Coqi::ll( J"Iiiihiiii mill, l 'h) royi-il Ire. In "ixTiit Ion again. New ,11 to li built. Nortli llend Hunker lllll riIh n irrflii roail lit runt o( (13,480.02. i,rk to Htart liuuiodhitiily. fottMfii tlrove Hum fruit dryer HI Ik put Into operation. Plant soU UM''H Brothers of Alb.itiy. PorlLinil -- I'irroime In fir produc- ,m, government usks...

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 September 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIBAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1918 rnDDPCDAvncvrr 4 SCAPPOOSE from Armand Duncan la home Taconia to attend high school. Miss Miller is the new teacher in the high school. Mr. and Mrs. Dill Clonlnger r.re to be congratulated on the arrival of a new daughter. Mrs. Susie Bass of Portland, is vis Ling her mother, Mrs. J. Clonlnger. . We were all glad to have Ruby Tipton of Hlllsuoro with us for a few days the past week. She was on her way home from visiting her sister in Seattle. H. West has been doing repair work on the telephone Hue. Mr. Crowley has moved his house hold goods to their property in Van couver, Wash., and rented the Place. ch w quo(il rcuu; mrmsneu. Air. auu airs. .1 row ley plan to spend the winter in Linn-ton. This is to be the nucleus of the Fourth Liberty Ian drive, which is well on Its way. An elaborate de monstration of patriotism, never be fore witnessed in Scappoose, is ex pected. Preceding the meeting there Saturdny night by dropping In from their sleep...

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 September 1918

'.ufrICANS FIGHT IN SIX LANDS S'orki?ri ut homo buve tint respou- Ibillty vt producing Huppliii fur j L.,rlillli soldli'M ' fighting III! ai" ,. miuitrii'K - 1- rnneo, Uoriuuny, jlltinrtia" artillery ima mum reported .... L' I IIUII UUIIONIIO Mill-. n IM r ' . 1-nuneii. m'V""'l mll' liinltlu liio tor-j jruMii" i'i'iiii-ti K-n;lv). The; ,inu Hi" HiippuririK i nil in ii soetoi-.i ,1 tlm in1 of Ldkii Oarda, mill their (iyr, mvo iiianiiuvoroii ever tliu ,umicls rear Vrlilco. Ill It.ilKIUIUi ...111. A. ........I, 1 lly '" U"ll minus, ,uid ilM-y fiTiii uriuy tfoi irn engaged i U Kra;ic. ibey nru ui viauivostok j juil un 1 1 1 Miiriiiaii const. ! i.r-reiu-h- ml In "M ri-MiiiHiMiKiililuH, labor Is! . uut to u supremo tost tlmt will 1 liud il ni'l" u Hlllllirl till) millions In dm field. ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1918 UY A FOUHTH LIBERTY BONO "T V. NuiU. J$S2 K"""" B? W : SffiW Wires In tlm mi inc. or i.ihuriy I'uy a liomii ' 3, 1911, Dr. J. O.I 7, 1911, Krcd GUNSINSI'KCTED X WV...

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 September 1918

8 ST HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBh-K zu. SPEED UP, AMERICA Copyright 1918 by E. O. Pipp I hate war with all the hatred a human being can feel for anything on earth. I stood in Flanders beside a lone greve. Life had been sweet to that young man. He had hopes of home and family. . He had love for a woman, for friends and country. He had ambition to do good and succeed in the arts of peace. He had desires to be at peaco with all the world. Another man had hopes and love end ambition and desiros hopes for greater power, love for glory, urubl tlon to rule peoples not his own, de sires to conquer others and take their lends and streams; to make MIGHT greater than RIGHT. The young man wont out with others to defand his land against the on-rush of the ambitious ruler. When the youns nan fell a com rade was near. ' The comrade bore the lifeless form to a battle-scarred tree. There he dug a hole and buried the form. and with it the hopes, the love, the desires and the ambition all vere gone, ...

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. — 20 September 1918

You ST. HELENS MIST. FRID AY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1918 Every Acre Is an Arsenal. Every acre of land that you farm grows more than the crops you harvest. It grows actual dollars and cents which represent big guns and high explo sives, swords and rifles, machine guns and bombs, food and clothing, every thing that our brave soldiers and sailors need to drive the brutal Hun back to Berlin and force him to his knees. Therefore, every one of your acres is an arsenal which can turn out weap ons and supplies for our men , And only put as large a part as possible of dollars you get for your crops into LIBERTY BONDS A Liberty Bond is a loan to protect yourself, to protect your home and your farm, your wife and your chil drenall that you value and hold dear, all that makes your life worth living. American bj)ys are giving their lives in your cause1 on the fields of France. They are'giving all for you and yours, and they need help. Have you done your full share? How many guns and rifles and other sup...

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. — 20 September 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1918 10 GOBLE G. W. Long went to Portland on Tuesday. The Goble Liberty Loan committee headed by R. Kinney, reports that our quota is already obtained, without any soliciting. Without doubt later subscriptions will bring the total to a sum equaling that of the Third Loan, in which Goble exceeded her quota 1300 per cent. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Link, accom panied by Mrs. Chester Maklnster, motored to Portland Wednesday. Mr. Downs, was in Portland Wed nesday. A bus operated by the Rainier garage, now carries pupils from Goble, Beaver Homes and Prescott to the Rainier high scnool. Those attending trom Goble and vicinity rie, Sylvia Smith, Mabe' Krazer, A'.va Hudspeth, Glen Larson, Geneva Fow ler, Audrey Mallaber, Jennie KiiiK, Grace Peart, Harvey Bishop. Nick Welter, Ada Neer and Mayme Welter The steamer Akutan, owned by tho Warren Packing company of Port land is back from the annual fishing trip to Alaska and is anchored near the cold storage dock. Dep...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 20 September 1918

(ContlniK"' from page soven) " iKileMlnil. dork for assessor, 'so )Bll" AtlilliiK Mnclilne Co., ,',' Diaehl"". assessor, $343.00; imvlew Publishing Co.. court '" L, $41.66; Ht. Holms Mist, Cl ofllMH. $74.86; Kllliaii, A rem ,,iu;lr, T"'- "' ,0'.' H to oUcerr, $46.40; l.lKlit ''"" t'"'. "K't. j. ui ilolru H nni Laundry, ,, '!ouo, 11.16: t- ll-l.p Water Iln. HP.I..MI..K. $4.00; J. P. f . utftiiiiip tthiir for illu. leal 'l,r" 1 ' . . 7. : .. .iinr-icy, juu.uu; n. .. morion, i" ; ... it u 1. IP". i.i u rmp tilunn- L- iiirvuv. couu'y commissioner. In 0' C'llHkt lie Tel. Co., phones I" ' .1 11 to. II I 'iibtril. auto lil"o o JikIco. $1.00; I"" .... l..l... in. mi.. ilrei 10 COlir;, w i itinij, L court. $2. 60; Jihii Philip, Jus coii't. f : u : J"''" I'lillllp, Jiih- , court, nor'-y uoyiioius, ,iiiirt witness, $3.60; - John Hit, Justice rourt. $11.25; M. K. " ..... . u in. ft f - IPO. COIIMIHl" " f-v, n. it. muo re! wltmms JiiHllcn court, $1.60; w'Vaii At'u. $1.60; On Isuac , lines Justic...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 20 September 1918

12 ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1918 i MIST MISTINGS Sheriff Stanwood and family spent Sunday with friends In Sherwood. For Sale Baled atraw. C. J. Ijir sonr Warren, Oregon. Mrs. W. B. Dillard spent the week In Salem, the guest of Mrs. E. Oh trander. District Attorney Glen It. Metsker was In Portland Wednesday on a business mission. C. W. Emerson, who has been serv ing on the federal erand Jury in Portland, has returned to St. Helens. Mrs. L. B. Wlckersham of Deer Island was ag uest of Mrs. S. C. Mor ton Thursday and attended the Coun ty Fair. John Southard plena to leave next Monday for Seattle to rosume his studies at the Washington Unlver sity. The Shipbuilder's Mlnat-el troupe from the Peninsula ohipyaix gave a performance at the city hull Tues day night to a crowded bouse. Mrs. C. H. Johns of Portland Is here on a visit to friends and rela tives and Is assisting at the Congre gational church lunch booth at the fair. Miss Marie Walker, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Br...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
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