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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 27 September 1918

Li!!iMljLAi(l a St.- Helens Boy Who is Fighting for Yon p ?IAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PLUME XXXVII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1918 NO. 41 OUNTY FAIR SCORES A BIG SUCCESS CIIOOL EXHIBITS FINE i hihm I ',Ih "II County Ni'IiimiIn in I'ri'inliiiil .lwarilN Ttie fiK l l "iixuiii i ol it in Din county jfcaiuH to n cIoko Friday liiHt uftor (uni'i'niill inn'" -iiujn huhniiiii. . . ..I. !-.. I.. .l. ; -iiilianse limn i ii ni. i)i ia" in me ,lO(ll exhibit IIIHl IllHO III tllH Hlllg t runt i'.t . Moi l of t ho schools of county w,'r" represented ami hud rri'iillaliUi xtilliltM. Superln .mli-nt A 1 1' it him worked uiici'UHlng (i t I'"' hi IiikiIh Interested In this ,.t il, r.ilr tuiil thtt HlhllillH at in vi - - ( trl ihiIm allowed conclusively tllllt . . . . .........I a - lUCrt'lM'1'!- milieu, ni'upiiuunu . J. I I I.I.Kit IDS I'nxlili'iit, ( olilliililtt (Vunty l ull I !hI tl) tllilllk ill (if tllOHU ' who h.ul exhibits at the) Eighth Annual...

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 September 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 27. 1918 Issued V.xerj Friday by THE MIST PIIU.ISHIXO COMrAN'V O. D. HEILBOnN....Vlce President nnd Mauaxor. S. C. MORTON briiiRS together tlio people of the! county and they discuss means uud, ways for t he further development of: tho county.- Tlio fair fosters that! spirit of get -together and stay-to-j pother and work-together for Col- umllit rmmlv Tt la n imI li.v.tut.) Editor ; nent, probably tlio best investment I j Moo oup.ty can make. .Tho sooner j SlUSCKIPTIOX ItATKS 'the people of the county get together j One Year $.5 ull,i work, one and nil. for the do-1 SU Months 7;tlvelopmei)t of the county, tlio sooner! . " I Columbia county will tako Its right- Entered as second-class matter, , ... ., January 10th, 1912. at the Postofllce ! f 1,1 ,,liUe nmolls otl"r l)rpen coun- at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act; 1,13 a!lJ lui l"a l!) llrst I1"'- of March 3rd, 1S79. MOTORS SPEED THEM TO FRONT COUXTY OFFICIAL l'APElt Wi: Wll.l, WIN HIT WllKN'i We ...

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 September 1918

....iicTDf A I opvirw . ..a I'xliMnlila IluHln wool iwnu " ........ UliuU COIiipnnj uuiiuiiig i.lnliK ovnr " " t "! ffl-or npsf" l"'rn- 1 . ir . D....I... ....... I.Vorth Honu iruno . hb Lined rr Hlx woo,,on mBB or full ton "' KoarhurK CoiiMlttorable' work to dona on w 1 rouu " ,uo j be fouim. I' 0' '"" niigiit he Lndlla. fn'.ldport Yaniiliia-Alsoa, Ilallroad yd to iih coniiiruciou, UlaO J, brllK 0Vl,r hu li'ort Orforu vurry county mm Lr Junction of Cedar and Kuchre rfk, liullt )iirioly for cutting rPln miitiTlul Hturt work. Pondlolon w iioui. yniius nheli to u'r ' n mi Canyon soc- iD. lendl.'toii-HurvoHllug In thin hoc- ii flrtuully compluted. (Jcild Hill - Statu lima plant hare, Lrti iy inl,or fro,n Inlliry, "HI I" operation bxtwoe'i Uteiiiln'r t am) 10, with a capacity r 100 Ioiib u iltty. Junius Valley Kami & Water Co., L,ly to l'Kln on 38,000 aero In the Man Vally IrrlKatlon projoct. Wnlilpurt-Oil met here drilling Lr Oil, cutuiuitih ui uutuiuuiih ricil hill. Own llty llawl...

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 September 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1918 k A A A A A A A AAA Ai SCAPPOOSE The patriotic rally Saturday night was an Interesting one. The parade of mothers, wires and sisters of our boys in service was truly an Inspiring sight. The Liberty chorus and the Czech-Slovaks sang patriotic songs. Mr. Palmer proved an entertaining speaker. About12,000 of our quota has been subscribed. Dr. Blatchford, Mr. Watts and Mr. Cathcart attended the Y. M. C. A. banquet at Rainier Tuesday night. Mr. Gilmour took them in his Max well. Scappoose took her usual share of prizes at the county fair last week; taking first prize in decoration; firs! for best exhibit and first (the cup) for singing. Miss Helen Harbke was the guest of Gladys Johnson last week. Mr. Grewell Is painting in Hllls boro this week. Mrs. Hattie Wilson is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Wikstrom. Miss Mary Kirkpatrick, after spending several weeks with Mrs. W. $60 Liberty Bond for the church last Sabbath. Scappoose has colle...

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 September 1918

I CS FOR THE FOURTH feERTY LOAN DRIVE grd I,, KuM'liiliiU-e on 'lurWfli' KiMnkiTN Commit Music 'nllllllilttMl Aiiii'rirn I . V 'I lit of time. wrt lnii.1 of Mberty. I or tii i Und "hero my Fathers died. w, of the IMlKrlm'B pride, I From every iiiunu"i-niM.., I !.. . .. i I1...I 1.. Tli.a Our 'ainern ""v. Author f I.ll.f rty. To Thim we ""'Ki ' tuny our land lo bright, With Freedom's hoi llRht, ! protect iik by Thy might. Ureal (i'l'l our King. Keep Hi'' Home l''iw Hiirnlnjj e? with noiniiionnil from the lilll- ll. ty sere I .iiiimi ! iiviii mo htii, nd thu Country found them reudy .1 I...- n..ll fn Hum It trie Hi irr ii y, -i ...v... 4 no tear add to their hurilHlilp, !, (he soldier pass along, nd iKIiohkIi your hourt U breuklng Like It mIii k Hil choory song: I horua Keep the home fires burnlnc, While your hearts are yearning, Though your I:kIh are far away, Tliey droi-rii of homo; There's a silver llnlnit Through tlio dark cloud shining; Turn tint durk cloud Inside out, Till thu b...

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 September 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 27. 1918 LITTLE EXPENSE IN REGISTERING MEN Citizen Generally Serve Free in Recent Regltiti-tttion The persons who served as regis trars September 12, 1918, and who claimed no compensation according to a list furnished the Mist by Chief Clerk La Bare, are: Aplitry Precinct Joseph Hackenberg, W. E. Holdea, Homer H. Keller. Beaver Falls Precinct S. M. Boals, Ira Parcher, A. 11. Glger, W. R. Holmes. CUtskanie Precinct Xo. 1 E. D. Tlchenor, Isaac McKay, F. W fcartin. ClatNkanie Precinct Xo. 2 Norman Merrill, M. W. Markham, George R. Sagar, George B. Conyers. Deer Island Precinct Jack Appleton, Nora Appleton, W. J. Murray, W. J. Bush. Goble Precinct Frank Bishop, P. L. Slane, James G. Kennedy, Henry Welter, R. L. Kenny. Marshland Precinct T. W. Tandy, T. T. Graham, Perl Hessong. Mist Precinct J. J. Banter, W. E. Lavender, P. M. Popham. Oak Point Precinct R. S. Payne, H. W. Brown, O. J. Erickson, C. J. Sacarlesen, John Mc- Crea. Rainier Precinct Xo. 1 Att...

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 September 1918

7 T) Mhllili of miuiual work by the ,,npooH kcImk'I wm excellent und '.t(ully deserved tlx irl.iH awnrd I The moili'l scIiooIIiouho, with II h fJ ,cr0 Dchipul ground, attracted acl, fnvcinililif comment. Kvery in( In ,"'"aluro achoolhoUHo j, conveniently arranged, and the orkmuiihl of tlm young carpenters j lliut of mechanic. The Warren oxlillilt was a largo Lnl showed tlint much pnln und lerent had lM"'n """" i Ki H to ,,l,er. Fruit und vegetables and ,,,! frulu wero thore In aim rid - .1 tl... .liulitdV lt flllll wl luce I,U 1,1 " tf wwhiK Knitung wan very ... i.i. . lUlnlcr iilxo hud a fine exhibit, as evidenced ly tho lilKh scoro made. ,er wliool work, drawing, fancy ,rk nd plain sowing deserved tho lMy lirlr.es I hey took. Convl'IrriiiK tho ''' that a con leralitn iortlin of tho St, Helens ,rk wua de-jtroyed III tho hcIiooI Mt flrn, our homo school niudo a FAIR IS A SUCCESS (Continued from page one) rceiruih'H wero represented. Mamlilaiiil, (lobln nnd Bachelor it til hud excell...

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 September 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 27. 1918 8 SPEED UP, AMERICA (Copyright 1918 by E. 0. Plpp) I stood lu a hospitrl in France. In one ward there was a row ot cots and on each cot a man, each with a leg gone or brtdly injured. In another ward there was another row of cots and on each cot a man, e?ch with an arm gone or badly in jured. How cruel a war that makes it necessary to classify men according to the nature of t'.ielr physical injury! When I saw the signs of suffering on each face, when I observed the spirit that bore up undor agony with out complaint, how I hated the war that would subject those wonderful men to all that and for no sin of their own, but for the sin of those rulers who coveted their heritage andrho, for greed, were and are will ing to send millions of men to their death and millions more to a life of suffering! I vm in Picardy. It was on a Sunday morning. The country folk were wending their way to church then home again. I went from one village to another, a t...

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. — 27 September 1918

Mate it Suhscrlio io he ' ' 'a BSSmmam , .mm, Now is the time to lend to the utmost your "sinews of war". Pack every ounce of energy stored in your dollars behind THIS BLOW. Your dollars placed NOW in the hands of the Government may do more to crush the Hun than two, three or four times as many later on. Don't hold back for another opening, deliver the knockout NOW! Lend your dollars "without stint or measure" in the 4th Liberty Loan. Any Bank Will Help You IfeOS ASTSBTISKICXKT CORUBDH9 TXBOUOK TU PATRIOTIC CO-OFMATIOX OX .COLUMBIA COUNTY BANK T. HELENS, OREGON

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. — 27 September 1918

10 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. 1918 m Frank Wilklns was a visitor at tho Btnte fair Thursday Mrs. J. V. Hay visited with friends in Portland Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Copelmid wore la Portland Tuesduy. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Shinn wore Portland visitors Tuesday. Chris Mathieson spent Mondav and Tuesday with friends in Port land. Rev. A. S. Hisey was in Portland this week attending the annual Methodist conference. B. J. Keelan was up from Deer Island Tuesday transacting business matters. i Mr. and Mrs. Von A. Gray, and children visited with relatives in Portland Sunday. , C. M. Jefferics of the Liberty theatre was a Portland visitor Tues day. ! The St. Helens Flour was used to make those excelent rolls served with the hot dogs. Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Dlllard and son Walden were state fair visitors this week. ' Mrs. A. F. Barnelt, Mrs. William Muckle and Mrs. C. H. Johns were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs Fred Trow in Rainier. Mrs. Sherman Miles came down from Portland Sa...

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 October 1918

UjMjondJjf 11 Aid a St. Helens Boy Who is Fijjhtinjj for Yob ii v i ii i i ' 1 1 1 i r -- m i hi 0FFIC,AL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY VOLUME XXXVII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1918 NO- 42 DOCK RESOLUTION IS PASSED BY COUNCIL BY UNAMINOUS VOTE I Cllf Kullicr" ire in I hviii ol t arry- luit nut WInIicm of At tlji'lr regular meeting Monthly night, tlin city council pussed t rnolulloii which Ih expected to exped ited I)u1IIIiik of the city dock. Tlin resolution Ih: It resolved by the common council of the City of St. Helena tli tit the dock commlttflo of tin city council hi appointed by the mayor, Ih hereby authorized and In- itructfil secure plans and specifi cations for the flritt unit of the public or municipal dock to bo built at the toot of Ht. Helens Htreot; that after preparing such plan and Npoclflcu tloni, the mayor In hereby Instructed to advertise for bids for Ilia con itrurtlon of such unit of said public or Diunlclpul dock, and "It ...

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 October 1918

j: ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1918 J..; 2 r- . Issued Every Friday by THE MIST rCBLlSHIXQ COMPAN Y O. D. HEILBORN. . . .Vies President and Manager. 8. C. MORTON Editor 8CBSCRTPTIOX RATES One Year 91. BO Six Months 75 Entered as second-class matter, January 10th, 1811, at the Postotnce at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act ot March 3rd, 1879. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER TIME EXTENDED The editor of the Mist has been so busy with Liberty Loan and olher matters, that statements to delin quent subscribers have not been sent out, as we intended to do. We are, therefore, going to extend the time of renewals at the old rate of (1.60 per year for a short time longer and until all of our subscribers can be notified as to their account. CAN' DO OCR HART There was war for Independence, There was war to free the slaves. And now we're In another war, With those "Huns" across the waves. We are sending our noble laddies. And we're 'knitting day and night;! We are saving food to send them So we'll...

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. — 4 October 1918

ICACO W YORK AIRPLANE MAIL Dnri'll Hi" """run Hie , rwult of tiio successful nlr .', niult service which ha beou lntaiol between New York and 1 .i.iiibIiim Uit several nit ii dm, the averugod but ..v.. .... hour tii . . """-quarter w I soon be gog Mw(,e , " '"o one-third th trains. a time express In mukliiK this trip these ,vlatoril TV? U f"lluw ' "..own M -.. TYoonrow Wilson Airway ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 191S WAR HITS PIGEONS rmnnit I"' undertaken to -. siting f a Iwltof iMhli a - "" wine. KtH,ill(c from N. v . ."tiioiis vno do feed tlie pigeons U rliy ami h.c.igo. Willi thlH to San Francisco, wl,c, bu. I "0WB,,ny don't care to pay 25 cents n CWl two aviators left New mapped out as a ere.,1 P't for peanut, iut to . th ,, for Clilcmo on tl.e luon.luic of tal alrplai... highway. Tin big Vy.bM peck- u' violation of the ,rdr, H".""."t pin. wne 01 ine.pnm extend,, from New York Clt ' 1,18 reulra act to ,eed ,hlin. 'l-lvn ly Max Miller, an through tlm slates ..f M.. i... ......

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. — 4 October 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1918 4 I CORRESPONDENCE WARREN Dealer. Harvey I lay, Dewey Larsen and Hay Duncan. The boys were J given a hearty Cod-speed by those ., ' . . im.. T T r 1 i. .. .1 .tt.in.l ulieilulUH. I uv nvmu aucim- ed in uniform. Saturday evening's meeting of the grange was well attended end was Interesting. The grange voted to subscribe ,to a $100 Liberty Bond, and a payment was made on game. A social and basket sale will be held on Saturday, October 26 to aid in future payments. The warehouse directors will meet in the near fu ture to take steps towards its erec tion. Warren went over the top in the Liberty Loan drive and too much credit cannot be given to the Scau-i diuavian residents for their very! liberal support. They far outclassed j the other residents or 'Warren and the success of the drive is due to Elmer j Dahlgren and his untiring efforts. The members of the committee are! entitled to much credit for their work, j A number have pledged to buy but j...

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. — 4 October 1918

rEMIUM AWARDS AT COUNTY FAIR (Contln ih'1 f" lllHt week) j....nuriil IH inirliiii'iit r ... it iu iu ti in SIX ili:iK' "! ti.wu, r nit! llcHt Six Tnlilo Car- llett i,..l..l,.r $1,011, J. ii. nrnsiin, hi.iihi- , unit Hix Tarsnipn m uml j 1.20. M. I '". St. Helens plspluy KroHh Fruit 1st, $6.00, Hlalclifr'l, HnippooHB; 2niJ. $3.50, 1( Ku'",'1' HrupponiMi. lloHt DIh- SupUit- '". 2 "0. Hliitcli- L nt Olxplny Northern Spy Ap- E. HiiriiiH, Warren. KIiikh nnil ,gton$l.GO, " Ultttclifcrd. . llp . i -ir. i. v. riniiir. ui lent Iliil'lwliiH lnt, 7 lie, II. iclifiinl ilmvtiiiMtPla 1 hi, K. ,m; 2ml. K- Uulker. Host DIn- j Critli Aipl $100, Chan. IP(. Ilc-Hl. IHHpl".y I onra (3 va- lliw) iHt, $2.00, II. lllitchford. ,1 Dlxpluy llartlet Pears 1st, 7fic, Diatolifwl; 2ml, fiOr, Chan. Kon llt'Kt IHsplay I'.inftlii'H (not Ii'hh !;, "fie, M. II.uimi; it, 50c, A. Kou'ek. llt'Ht 12 Quince 1st, "" ( In h. Kotiti-k; 2nd, 50c, lllnli'lifiiril. Il'-Ht Plate Plum 75c, ('has. Koilelt. lli'Ht Dlxplny rep Int. ...

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. — 4 October 1918

ST. HEtENS MIST. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1918 RED CROSS PROGRESS IN PACIFIC NORTHWEST I'UrervlUe Ua Food Sale '. A cooked food tale was held at Placervilte, Idaho, recently, various dishes selling from $1 to the fig ure brought by a chicken donated by Mrs. Nellie Frost. The Had Cross chapter is richer by $160 on the sale CROPS SAVED IN RODENT CAMPAIGN Malheur Fair Proceeds for K'd Crura The board of directors of the Mal heur county fair at Ontario, Ore., have decided to give the entire net proceed c of the 1918 fair to the Red! Cross chapters of the -county. Ar rangements were made for round' trip rates of one and one-third fares i from all points to Ontario fp.lr week. Granite Donate to Red Cross J. A. Winneford of Coles Valley has turned over $24.65 to the First State bank of Sutherlin, Ore., to the credit of the local Red Cross society. The gift was from the Calaooola grange, and represented a portion of the proceeds from recent dances. A similar sum was donated to the Oak land Red Cr...

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. — 4 October 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1918 7 oils i..t 0 Your Spine U the la lr lo Vour riiyoitul '"million. f.WT if ioi.i irr m i ii: i: rr saved my i n i: After years of suffering untold agony, I can hardly fl'"' words to ex press my thankfulness to Chiroprac tic Liver Truiilile I have suffered from disordered Liver for five years mid had gotten In such a had condition that I felt Noinetliues 1 wus going to die. Thnr wus Intense pulns all through my hack uhout my liver and I can't be gin to tell how I did suffer. I had fearful headaches and was ho nerv ous I hardly know what sleep wus. I was often down In lied for u week "t a time, hardly able to raise my luiiid, then I would stay up for two or three weeks, but would have to give up and take to my bed ugnln. I would often go for two or three days without eating unythlng. I lost weight rlitlit along, was In such an awful condition that I thought I would din. After taking Chiropractic treat ments for three months I am entire ly well. ...

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. — 4 October 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1918 ji'l ii -'mi I J MIST MISTINGS Rev. A. S. Hisey and D. C. Howard were in Portland Thursday. Miss Marie Paulsen visited with friends in Portland Monday. Gordon Isbister Is attending the V. M. C. A. school In Portland. The Willamette Slough is now clos ed to fishermen except for angling. W. A. Levi has discontinued his garage business and will accept em ployment in one of the shipyards. Mr3. C. H. Thomas was in Portland last week attending the M. E. con ference. Mrs. Frank James attended the M. E. conference in Portland from Fri day until Monday. Clyde Sutherland has received notice from the state game commis sion that several more coops of China pheasants will soon be shipped to St. Helens and he will liberate them on the nearby farms. County authorities have been notified by the superintendent of U-r Oregon State hospital that Hlchnrd I. Williams, who wns sent to the hosnltal Febuary 7th, eloped from thet Institution September 30th. The pheas...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 11 October 1918

IJMMmjA a St. Helens Boy Who is Fighting for You m i l mm -- i pc i t-wi i ii i i i u i . m i i r ii k - is uktti i - --i " -r i i i i i i i OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY volume xxxvir. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1918 'NO. 43 WHITE IS APPOINTED ON LOCAL BOARD SUCCEEDS A. I . BARNETT I County IcrL Hut Hunt l(ai'imiiiinif In Itfiioriil Martin White tin linen appointed i member of thn Columbia County I Ural Hoard to succeed a. F. Bur hell, who resigned. When the firm rejlitratloii und draft were slurted, Sheriff Stanwood, Clark Harnett and Couuiy lleulth Officer L. G. Itos Uera appointed by tho Provost Mar Itlitl a tlm locul exemption board toil tli ih bourn remained I Me same I until tliu IhhI registration, wlian Hur Lett, who some mouth ago entered I employ i f '.lie St. Helens Hhlp bulttlln k company, tendered hln Irnlitiii.tloii to the governor. Mr. Biriwlt In In the numliur of the 31 I lo 36 year of age, whom the gov- hrnainnt will...

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. — 11 October 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1918 ill Hi Issued Every Friday by THE MIST PUBLISHING) COMPANY THK CREDITORS "OVKIl THK TOP" O. D. HEILBORN.... Vice President and Manager. 8. C. MORTON Editor BrBscmrno. rates One Year 91.50 Six Months 75 Entered as second-class matter, January 10th, 1912, at the Postofflce at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act ot March 3rd, 1879. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER PEACE WITH GERMANY Germany has made overtures for peace, yet the overtures are not sin cere. It Is true, the peace proposals emanate from a high government of ficial and without going into the mat ter deeply, it would appear on the surface that Germany wants peace. If the peace proposal is given ser ious consideration, it can be seen that Germany is not ready for peace, that is, the military party is not. In our opinion the peace proposal is only German propaganda. The kaiser can now say to his people, "I have done my best to obtain peace, but the enemies of the fatherland will not hear my voice."...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
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