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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 11 October 1918

1 cPEED UP, AMERICA (0Up)rlKl',,"yK-. I'"lP) jiiood In prison camp In Bug- hand. Vfltliln the enclosure wa a little IP the clmpni waa a uerman prls- L,r of wur, on omcer. lit itooil Hi a corner beside a small ,,!.. nrnu'. nil wlllcll wan lllhn. Ijirin" ' ' " Jirplior's siono. Th prlHOiiur ot war puuea tne mver Imikliif Bn P,oBMlon on a sheet of lipr, '"' l'"U0(1 1,18 lithogi-apliml Ipltce prlntntl In Urman. It win port')". Tnnaluti'U, me conciuuinx four IHoMto llio flrHt poem read: "Tliey thill nut liuvo tlio free German Itlilne .11 t- wnluPI ItllrV HlB .........I luDUl llB ("IllUIlin III UeliHt mull. A cliallenno! Thane uerman priHoiierii or war, IjdOof lluwn, all officers, were rauicht I -there? In IiflKlui'i niul In France. Doing what? TryliiK t" tuko ground from anil 11,1)1 tnwaru I ne rreo Ueruian KMo." They were cuUKlit doing- the tild- m of t ln-Ir wur lords, devastating; I toll not tlmlr own, klllliiK In tliulr on--mh for power. They make the Honiino run red with I blood, am...

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. — 11 October 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1918 fVWWTVWWTl i lug, any one desiring to do work at . T CORRESPONDENCE V can u' ma COLUMBIA CITY Miss Alice Baker of Seattle is spend ing the week with her friend. Miss Florence Peterson. School began September 30th with Miss McClay as teacher. The district decided to build a new school op posite the postoffice, but the build ing has been held up by the Council of Defense. The present school being so crowded the board has decided to build a temporary addition to the old school house. The Columbia City Social club has postponed the Thursday night dance to Saturday night, on account of the shortage of electric power during the week. Felix Sommarstrom is spending the week in Portland on business. j Mrs. Frisendahl, Miss Baker, Mrs. , Sholander and Miss Peterson spent i Wednesday in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Dahl, who have been Congregational Church Sunday School, 10:15; morlng worship, 11:15; evening service, 7:30. i We received word of the death of ...

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. — 11 October 1918

V PIG CLUB BOYS WIN (liy I). C. Howard) Never were two boys prouder Mid I, tter weru two boys belter rewarded tlitn worn tlio club winners at thn pinned tlio i"ue nooon ll M aristocrats pi ,ere hny not because of the prize . ..... of m inl tl.a t I, tlit-in, but uocauHO each hud crown thu lnt pt In hi CliiNtt tn Col-.1- ...iinlv flnva linw IgpiDlft ' viiuukii human nature mid sportine blood In Iibem to nj"7 umiig me lonor. And tiling the winner H . a UntliK''11 l,,r ur 10 ""i 11110. The cluli work mukea wlnniirx out of ibe boy r i'r'" "n'1 nike tlitun nprecluto tlio price of victory. To iruw a plK riiqulre moiitliii of work land caroful altimtlon rnd this Ih Juat that thn lioy and g!rl should find out. The hulilt of Htlcklng to a ll.lt. la ac gulred In 110 surer way Many u siuull roy tr girl bus gun. ed 1 lasting Inspiration by having ex hibited uud won a prlxe lit the county dir. An In Hpl.'u tioti Hi ul may have hoen responsible for 11 littur succem- (ul cun'xr In d:ii:h line or e...

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. — 11 October 1918

6 'ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1918 KAISER JACKSON IS SKEERED (Cottage Grove Sentinel) Somewhat amusing Is the position of outraged virtue assuired by kaiser C. S. Jackson, high priest of the single tax in Oregon, who accuses the country newspapers of abusing him because of the measures which he has initiated to do away with the publication of the delinquent tax list and to decrease the fee for legal pub lications. Kaiser Jackson's verbal contortions are particularly amusing because of the fact that the editor of the Senti nel, who is secretary of the Willamet te Valley Editorial association, wrote Mr. Jackson on February 26 asking him to appear before the editorial association for the purpose of dis cussing bis proposed measures, which letter kaiser Jacksou haughtily ig nored. The letter was as follows: -iderstand that you propose to put a measure upon the ballot to low er the legal rate for country newspap ers, as well as one changing the man ner of advertising delinquent...

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. — 11 October 1918

nOD ADMINISTRATOR u listing- Haitie Name Causm (jyfnrnn MM"1" I'lmrrrwMirjf Orlrf aiurniuu Miles, food adnilnistra- L (or roltimbl county recently win ,Mi In n embarrassing position on jount of two people having Idenli- lh "' fcllu . June whi-n I11 8t. 1 lolwnn with the rntli Dy Advenllst. bought her tllovinro ui "!" mien 1110 Ad ,MtW to Mliilnr, of COUTSH iM Juim Colo, being onn of the ,., wont wlHl them. A few clay ner Minn Colo reached Ra'nlor, a mgar prmlt a troin Kl-'a Juno old IiuvIiik been onn or the lucky )DM who hoc u red smear 111 Rainier. oV Bliamuin Mllea la aoniotliliiK of a .irutb ! wl"'" KOlnc over the uugar rnilt curtlH ho noticed that mild and loroMl'l mentioned Elliea J.hih Colo id bought sugar ot hoth Italnlur and it. Ilulcnn and said alotith, Kherman MIIm Ix'KU'i to Investigate. Ilia I11- intllll' 'ihIhJ abruptly whu one ;iiu Jano Coin, who lives In Kalnlor nptarml and showed rouclualvuly ilitt ills wus not the Kllxa June Cole ho bought sugar la St. Helena. I. a ...

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. — 11 October 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1918 '.M Ml Ml MIST MISTINGS 4 AAA AAA A Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Ross were Tort land visitors Tuesday. Charles MoCnuley was a business visitor to Portland Monday and Tues day. Misses Eugenia Deniing and Mar guerite Rankin were Portland visitors Wednesday. , The Mist has secured a corres pondent at Columbia City and from now on will have an interesting news letter from that lively little place each week. Oswald Deniing came down from Camp Lewis to spend the woek end with the home folks here. Rev. A..R. Spearow of the Congre gational church attended a church conference In Portlund this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ueorge were in Portland Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. James Muckle's moth er. Mrs. P. W. Fletcher and daugh ter Gladys, accompanied by Mrs. Pay Zumwalt, of Portland, wore Sunday guests of Mr. f.nd Mrs. J. A. Large. Mrs. Fred Trow of Rainier was here Wednesday a guest of her sis ter, Mrs. A. P. Harnett. Underwear for Everybody We have jus...

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. — 18 October 1918

Aid a St. Helens Boy Who is Fighting for Yon J IAL pAPER 0F COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY OLUME XXXVII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1918 NO. 44 PEER ISLAND SOLDIER IN GALLANT CHARGE MANY COMRADES CONE Prlfli IX'rl nruiTi in huh hi me KIrIiIIiiK ill Croat Offi'llNivu So iljulit many Columbia county IWy P''111'1!"1 1 ' Ulll'll- I-I. ....... I I.. tl.a ......... w'.iih him iinpn ililvitiir iIim fli.p. ;),n buck toward Hit Rhine, but iM foiin ik khu'i mini i rivaie . . i. ..... UK ooiiori, ku'i J m . mm mrs. a. .. .. ... Sffrort or iihit jiii.na, is mo nrst , reac'.i lha Mint officii rIvIiik details t...mn r.f tl.n irrnilt til'ttlfl 111m 1,1 II suiii" v. ..... n - ( ...v- irbdr.trd September 10th and Is ns l.llm ' "Deur Pad: 1 rncnlved your very rrlCDino loior sevorui u iyn :il-o and V3I TIN KlUU IU MViir 1IUI11 lull. AIU wllng pnitty goon nt present and -tl .1... f..lbrt nl It....... ... .1... 10IW UU It' iuiu lib iiuiiiu HIU (III! anil!, lour iiJiiiT wai...

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. — 18 October 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 18. 1918 2 Issued Every Frkiay by THE MIST prBLlSHING OOMPANi O. D. HEILBORN. . . .Vice President and Manager. 8. C. MORTON Editor 8CBSCIUPTIOX RATES One Year $1,150 Biz Month ,75 Entered ai second-class matter, January 10th, 1 912, at the Postofflce at St. Helena, Oregon, under the act of March 3rd, 1878. COCXTY OFFICIAL PAPER It flies today on the Seven Seaa. In two continents, in isl.-nds of the Pacific and the Caribbean, American soldiers carry it reverently. In battle it shines over men who are paying a debt we have owed to France since a time when the Flag Itself existed only in Spirit. Our r.lrmen bear it above the Italian Alps. DumV, it speaks all languages. It tells civilized Europe more in an in stant than all the orators could say In a year. Its stars change in numbers, but its meaning is as changeless as the blue of a cloudless noon. A thousand years hence, when men read of the Great War with the same distant curiosity that they today of ...

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. — 18 October 1918

INDUSTRIAL REVIEW u" CoflUlH MHK sprue nun ij f 0-Mliain factory mmicIs two cnr- i. inn to r r.nic. gtiylon Kt "BW IH1 to cut u' .... . . I , . .. Kjrili'1"1" "m" '"a"1 "'" i run- ud. Portland Factory bore makes 4,- ,,(000 pouwls spikes nml rivets gontli- 0rnOD lultlotlve measures on tint i . t.t . jlot will unuui "i uig ii"i;uuv , ,n nwtrly all involve new tax TilUmook County gradlrir. mill .ravellnK llarllmiiii-wiinnier rood. gate mil Kovornment have each ,0,000 to expend upon ilHlKii:iti( it It Mulliour county ailils $i!u,- 111,11 coHt of prod net inn H tlml ,fppr bonoyurd. I Portland 160 pnlntnr Ktrlke for ; jo for H-boii.' day. Odlt rvaporulliiK plant to l.ld Bianufucturn of Jitllli's. Cool liny ;ir Industrie have adil- L :00O horsepower. Echo Iteservolr for storing Irrl- Litloo wutur to l built. Vale 40.000 ucreo In Jordan Val- Ly project to lo Irrigated. WemllliiK Nw plunln. mill of Loth-Holly Co., In operation. V mllllnK machinery being In- Li'led In Kclio Flour MIIIn. Count...

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. — 18 October 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 18. 1918 4 correspondence' WARREN TIiob. Hyskell and wife spent tlie early part of the week with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Hyskell Tom is in the Merchant Marine ser vice and has recently been on the San Francisco-Honolulu run. ""Mrs. A. L. Morris visited H". O. Morris at St. Vincent hospital In Port land, Monday, where Harry is having his Injured band attended. A birthday party was tendered to Miss Eva Tarbell by her many friends on Friday evening at her parent's home. A large crowd was present and a joyous time was spent by the guests. Lieutenant Frank Heeler of the Home Guards, spent Sunday with .his parents. He is taking a course in the war service at Corvallla. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Buss have moved back to their home from Port land, where they spent the summer. Mrs. Hendrix and children of Ta coina, spent a week with her sister, Mrs. C. R. Miller. She returned to her home last Sunday. Captain Hoyt and a detail of War len Home Guards attended...

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. — 18 October 1918

SALEM NEWS Attorney General Ueorge M. Ilrowu . .inln nffnltentlurv iiml Vtit l" ' Li bllun tholnveallgRtloii Into Ihu ,t the prison, ordered by Uover- f tt'llliyc""" inuil Ul I'lllirK' g,lle "'" tlm0 ttK" tlUt l"rilIM boliiK for ","u)r- The Li, not to Htop with mi exitmlna- f inmate mo prison, i, in Cm axtnnd to the official. The dls- l,j .itorncyii who aro aHHituing uii. lioriiey general r Mai Oithlhar o ,,Iob county, uaio . inn or 1.11111 L Wuhiir II. Evans of Mulliioiunh. rrettlon of deficiencies h: Vu been ithorl'l for state liiMlltutlonu by i (nmrKeiicy hoa.d to a totul 01 14,450 at meeting of the board i. ti....-.i im.itil..iu i...i.t tilt WWK. IIIOOUIIRH IIUIU ,r,tof(ire have grunted deficiencies .UpefnthiR $347,r.OO, ho that tin) meDt grand totul in emergency rorUlon fumtit mow amounts to AuountH granted las', week are at. Hows : Urext.fl Hiate HoHiiltuI for , inimiie. $100,000; UlrlH' Indui. ;rl School. J3000; Bta'O Tube cul- ,,H Sanitarium, $9000; Btuto Train- L School for...

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. — 18 October 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 18. 1918 SENATOR M'NARY KEEPSJIS WORD Fulfills Every Pledge ot Cam paign and Should Be Re-elected. "While a want ot time preclude! any elaboration of the various matters that may engage my endeavors," said Senator McNary at the time ot his appointment to the Senatorshlp, " shall advocate and enlist my efforts In behalf ot National Equal Suffrage and National Prohibition, as each of these measures has been adopted by the people ot the state which I am se lected to represent "I shall cooperate Immediately with any movement which has for Its pur pose the suppression ot gambling and speculation In the necessities of lire to the end that the consuming public shall pay a fair profit to the producer only." On the same day, Oswald West said: "It the pledges he (Senator McNary) has made to the people are kept, and I am sure they will be, he will . un questionably be returned to the Sen ate at the next general election." Senator McNary has kept his every pledg...

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. — 18 October 1918

IC SIM'S ADVICEuN FLU S, public Health Service Issues Official Health Bulletin on Influenza. UTEST wunu uw iuojtu. - . mm I n jfgn Uerm aim wnnnown reo- f4 Should Guard Against "Dropltt Inflation" Surgeon General Dlua Nihil Authoritative Statement wublnfton. D. U (Special.) A. tgofb King Alfoimo of Kpuln was i of the victims of (lie Ititlua-nxa epl mle lo Is'-3 ""j "KB1" tM auiuinvr, Uniili authorities repudiute an; l,lo to liitiucnia ai a "niiinir- un- Lit If the people of tlila country do (X like care Ilia epidemic will be jot to widespread throughout the ilttd Status that soon we shall hear L dlwaie called "American" luflu- la mKnee to a request for definite formation concerning Kpunlsh Inflii- W Surgeon General Rupert III ue of L 0. S. Public Health Service line fiiborlied the following otllclal Inter- Wait Is Spanish Influents? la It Unfiling newt Does It come from Tbs disease now occurring In tlila koirf and called 'Spanish I nil urn s' fteembles a very contnulous kind IfWluV ...

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. — 18 October 1918

8 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1918 ...... ) WWW Fred Olfwer of tioble wae it caller Mr; anil Mrs. Jack Anpluton of 4 1 at the Mist office g;.tnrtfay. Ho litis Door Islnnd were St. Helena shoppers MIST MISTINGS 4 'recently Bottled In the Goble noigh- Thursday. A-A AAAAA AAAAAi b'orhood, coming from Snohomish, , Mrs. S. E. Smith will loavo this Mrs. T. Roy returned last Friday I Washington. He la well pleased with evening for Alumeilu, California. Mr. from California where she had been tlie opportunities Columbia county Smith has employiuout In a shipyard visiting for several months. , Mrs. E. G. Ditto and Mrs. J. T. Taber were Portland shoppers Wed nesday, Miss Gertrude Liggett, teacher in the eighth grade, is at her home in Kelso, while the school is closed. P. C. Arnold is relieving W. P. Fox as agent at the St. Helens depot while Mr. Fox is absent. Mrs., E. A. Rotger returned Wed nesday from Portland, where she spent several days with relatives. Miss Lois Clear, who is no...

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. — 25 October 1918

Siday Night Tarn The Clock Back One Hour and Resume Standard Ti ne Oft TIKW1I artfaem A -?FFICIAL PAPER 0F COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY VOLUME XXXVII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1918 .Mtr1 A11Tf 'P TV ms unn urL iu SAYE FELLOW WORKER JUMPS INTO THE RIVER liil ( on)' " n" .micucil from Drowning Alex Mitchell, nn employe of the . iioic'im niiipnuiiiiinK I'otiipuny. Ill aaveu uiuwiiiiih I II urilUBT 100D, wneu l unjnii, iimiiiiiir em plojre or me yarn, jumped irum the re which wun in k i iik 1110 mon IMCk L L, -...1 I...I.I - ... ,,.-.. ... to In" ituin mm nviu uu iu mucneii, f ho ma union rrom me scow, until Mfud by other shipyard workers. Tlio ni'ow on which the men travel i. . i i i. . ...... i m iuhihmi wun iiiuii reiurnuiK to lork. uml Mitchell was standing nniii tie kIkii t'lo scow and In some miniirr iuhi ma naiance ana roii rerlroard. Without lionltntlnc for a noiuent, Mr. I onyers Jumped Into tie rlvir and swum to the mini who. keltic unniiio t...

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. — 25 October 1918

: ST. HELENA MIST. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1918 Issued Every Friday by THE MIST PUBLISHING COMPANY a D. HEILBORN....Vlc President and Manager. 8. C. MORTON Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year 91.50 Six Month 78 Entered as second-class matter, January 10th, 1911, at the Postofflce ' at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act of March Srd. 1879. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER WHICH LAW SERVES PEOPLE BEST? Let the present delinquent tax publication law of Oregon alone. Whenever the voters of the state tamper with an existing statute of merit, the inevitable result is a boom erang. Whenever, likewise, the freak legislation fiends succeed in placing some wild ethertal plan on the statute books, the voters of Oregon bear the burden until such time as the law can be cut off the books. Such is the his tory of freak legislation. , Get this point clear. The- present delinquent tax publication law was devised for one purpoce only to protect the unfortunate delinquent taxpayer from that peculiar brand of cocial pa...

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. — 25 October 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1918 COPY OF OFFICIAL BALLOT FOR St. Helens No. 1 Precinct, Columbia County, Oregon, November 5th, 1918. STATE AND DISTRICT MARK (X) BETWEEN THE NUMBER AND NAME OF EACH CANDIDATE OR ANSWER VOTED FOR Volt UNHKD 8TATKM HKNATOK IN COM.UKHH, To Klll Vacaury InTerm Kmlliig Mar. Ii 4. 1U1U ' Vote for One U MARTHA K. DEAN, of Malheur Cou'uTv IS FREbW. MULKKY, of Multiibmuli "CounTT . . Socialist HopuCIlcan KOlt tMTKU HTATKH 8KNA Toil IN UJXUIIKMH, Kor " Twin llliiiiln Man-It 4, U Vo,e fof ()e CHA8. L. McNARY, of Muriou tbuiily 14 1G 1" llouubliuiii A ClllS Hf SEAUGilTEU, of "Muriou Couuty Socialist OSWALD WEST." of "MultuuTuirCouiTty"; . '. 777. Democratic-Prohibition l-Olt ItKI'KKMKNT.VUVK IN tONOKKHM, HIIMT )1H TIUCT. llonton, Clu.kainaa, ClaUnp, Columbia, Coon, Curry, 1)mih1m, Jnckwui, Jom-plilim, Jnc, Lincoln, l.lnii. Marlon, Polk, Tillamook, Waahlnii- 17 Ion and YainliUl Couuli.-a W.'cVlIAWLEY, of Marlon County" Vote for One II Republlcan-Deiuocrat...

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. — 25 October 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1918 CORRESPONDENCE WARREN i The Spanish Influenza has closed the schools here and been the cause of discontinuing all social functions. The W. O. W. social and dance, tin Home Guard drill, churches ami other meetings scheduled to have been held are all held In abeyance for the time. Miss Anna Chase, teacher, ii spending the time of closing the schools with her people in Portland. H. O. Morris is at home again after a three weeks treatment at St. Vin cents's hospital for his injured hand. He will be unable to resume work for three weeks or more. L. Hall of Vernonla spent Suudaj with Mr. and Mrs. John Farr. John Farr is suffering from a sprained wrist. The farmers are all busy seeding fall grain and a much larger acreage will be sown this year in Warren than ever before. The growing of root crops is gradually being supersedes by grain growing, as that line of farming is found to be more profit- able than any other crop. Miss Blossom Garrison, Osca...

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. — 25 October 1918

1 CoV fiTRLS ANIl t1 onvs riMOATr.M , VICl"" mi county now have their organ- I lion pflrtcci en, uiiuur uiuuiriiniim (jOU. UIUIIIUIU IrtOlX Blr' n 7 "TU U1U 101- Lln. of flf"r: Ula Low i""'B ci'inuin t:oium- ujouniy H,li M'- K- Miller, Lulu ('oli""1''" county Victory TIlfiHCi iwo Will ciipiuui me L,t county, having assistants In U hlK ifliool, wtio In turn will Lt tlielr committees, Tim nullum If th dlfriTtMit nign koioui captain llo: yln Miili"! lvlo, captain 8t. !,ieni Victory girls. Mr. Muhiiii Urd, ciiptiiln Ht. Helens Victory Kjjn. i UlM Dnvli'd will huvo an her com ulllMtli" following: Aunelio Payuo, Hid Lynch, rlornnco Van Glldm, ifNR Walker, KIhIo Murlny. Dr. HlliTil will have uh Ii1h com , ...i..n vviiKlr.g. groul',,.r,!!tt',"i,lll0n U ' " Krout Lnlt(l War Work camplKn llBVlllg a(mum(!(, j P luota for tho county. WOMAN WORKER'S SIX SONS IN WAR One of tho inoHt tragls records of tlie wur I Unit of , - of Hib Hock Ului.,1 arse nl, four o. mx hoi., already have Kve tnnlr lives...

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. — 25 October 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1918 INDUSTRIAL REVIEW Toledo to get large machinery re pair plant for Warren spruce plant In Douglas county 2S acres 01 sorghum produces 25,000 pounds of sugar. West Linn. Crown Willamette Paper Co. opens employes' hotel here. North Bend, a manufacturing town, was one of the first commun ities In the United States to over subscribe its share of the Liberty loan. C&nby cheese factory adds butter making plont. A Kensington, Minn., mau will es tablish a 400-barrel flour mill In Oregon. Eugene. Telephone companies may soon be consolidated. Douglas county's 1918 prune crop brings $950 per acre. Brookings. C. & O. Lumber Co. to build railroad to timber. Florence Is to hive a new sawmill. Portland Is planning for a 12,000 ton drydock. The Linn county grange oppeses the bill for the new normal schools. A revenue tax of $1.50 a case will ruin the loganberry Industry. The State Labor Conference op poses the employment of women in the lumber Indust...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
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