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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 15 November 1918

yHE GOVERNOR of the State and the Mayor of St. Helens proclaimed November 11th, 1918, a holiday to celebrate the signing of the armistice between the Central Empires and the Allies. The Mayor made a personal canvas of the business houses, all of whom agreed to close at noon and remain closed the remainder of the day. The majority of the merchants remained closed as agreed, as they considered their promise to the Mayor 100 per cent American Why cannot all the merchants agree to do the right thing with one another and We believe the public will endorse the action of the merchants who stayed by their agreement and remained closed. A. E. Austin "Dick for Duds J. T. Taber J. E. Ramsey E. G. Ditto H. S. Mason St. Helens Mercantile Co. E. A. Ross o Stay With It Von A, Gray First National Bank Columbia Co. Bank

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. — 15 November 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER IS. 1918 f CORRESPONDENCE 2 Mk AAAAA AA mm mm mm fk 4 SCAPPOOSE Max Zelsmann of Castle Rock, Washington, received word from Ills brother, Ernest, that he was being transferred to a California training camp. He left Camp Lewis lust Sat urday. Phil Cloninger moved bis family' to Portland Sunday. Mrs. Devins returned to her home in Sentide Saturday morning. Mrs. Leonard, who has been ill for . some time, was taken to the hospital Thursday and underwent an opera tion Saturday. At the last report she was improving. Mr. D. M. Gochnou;' and daughter, from Idaho, spent the week end with Scuppoose friends Mr. Gochnour had been to Camp Lewis for the body of his son, Ralph, who died there with typhoid-pneumonia. We sym pathize with the family. Mrs. Price, who has h-d charge of the papers and magazines collected some time ago, has sold the lot and turned the money over to the Red Cross war fund. Watch the bulletin board for net Ice of the opening of church serv...

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. — 15 November 1918

DOES NOT APPROVE , OF MACADAM (?) ROADS r M. Hyxkrll Think Mrtliod of IliiildliiK IUnmIm Im all Wrong November 8, 1918. . to the Editor: I ahull not try to tlm w county Judge anything bout 111 dutlo. I will lull only . own experience. After two yeur trlnl 1 have found lhl (lie automobile U a failure In Columbia county. Not because of the vehicle, hut of the kin (In of road ,ef which It I operated. No mun of ordlnury nianni and nioHt ot u ,r that kind can stund the ex mom of tires. I have jut Junked lour tint tlmt were run lima than tltven hundred tulle. Till iiiIIiiko til ilmoHl entirely bntwoun Hvup- .... nml HI. Ifnlimn Tlluun 1 1 ..... .... TOJllow ...... - . - . . i . r. ifii ordinary rondn would have run 3 BOO i ttnv frmn Julv I a Nnuami,... gurian the Ufa of these tiro? (90. .. t- - ....tlW lllvft vnH .1 ,,. .... II IB 'i"i iwuu WIIUI1 you cuiiHlder tlmt you have nelthnr foud or tire ut the end of the four nonlli. The rcUHon In that the road sur- ' t.juuX with volrunlo r.wk li...

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. — 15 November 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1918 v I INDUSTRIAL REVIEW J THE ARMY FIRST Murshfleld Soruce squadrons have established more, camps ne.ir lieaver Hill. . . . Thirty ve8.;i'.a were turned out for the Kovernmont by const shipyards during the month of October. Ol these, 14 were built by Oregon yards. A new flouring mill will be built at Malin in Klimatii county. The machinery has arrived and is ready for installation. Reports from Eugene state there Is a big walnut crop in that vicinity this year. The nuto will bring an ex traordinarily high price and be u source of great revenue to the grow ers. The cranberry crop for Oregon and Washington is estimated at 15,000 barrels. A carload of evaporated cherries, black-caps and loganberries wnb recently shipped from Salem. The value of th4 carload is estimated at $19,000. A new creamery will soon be in operation at Hood River. The Johnson sawmill at Marsh field llAH hppn TA-hllflt finH'la Mailv ilt'lr mt0rS iMypered.siomach may -rebel. ...

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. — 15 November 1918

NEWS ITEMS OF N OUK SOLDIER BOYS (Continued iront lint page) tha? w(,ra "0('r' w"n t'lfl wound j mil (hn doctor and nuriton work- horolrully until they nnnrly dropped fr,,,n 'l,KUO. Ho lay hero ior two dny. before they could get ' ,i,n with th X-ray, nnd nil thl tjme he anil the doctor, thought. hf!t wan only one wound anil ho couldn't IniuKlna wlir.t had become ni lbbulli't. hut when they got htm on ti tnl'lx they found I lie holn on Ihn other uldn. Vou know a machine-gun mikM tlm cleanest kind of wound. oa trrnunt of the hitch inuzzlo velo city tlicy ci rni bo nem a limit an tlio tawalur could do. Tim IiIkIi velocity lud seared the wound and It didn't bleed a urop. juhi a tin; uara nolo Ihe aire nf a load pencil, and nlmui the laiiio whore It en mo out on tlm other aldo. i nny couni ruin no Hinaith ti bones or punctured viiiiim, ho bundaie'd hl' up nnd loaded him In I boicur nnd buck to Ituse Hospital Ihry wilt, arriving tho next day, October Glli. lln In getting every (rare possi...

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. — 15 November 1918

8 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER IS. 1918 : ; x - V rwmH"B vvrrvvvil Miss Nora Hunt. Bister of County r iiipt moTivrn l Clerk Huct, left for her home In LMIM MlolIiNub ;Wetport Saturday evening, after y having spent some days In St. AAAAAAAAAAAi Helens. - P. T. Lldyard of Eugene, wag here Mr- ani1 Mrs- Morgus motored Saturday and Sunday. UP to Vancouver Sunday to see their Sheriff SK.nwr.r.,1 n. In PnrtUn.. 80n: Fred- 118 has Deon under nur- Wednesday on official business. ..." ' . i. ' . ' 1 E. A. Rotger motored to Portland Wednesday and transacted business matters. Phil Holden was In Portland Tues day In conference with labor union officials. - Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wheeler have moved Into their new residence on Nob Hill. Mrs. Bert Makay is here on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob George. . . miss Lois nibble or Kainier, was a guest of her aunt, Mrs. A. P. Bar nett, this week. C. E. Sparks of the Mist force. spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Portland. 0. J. Evens...

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. — 22 November 1918

aMMjy!j!!LYw Get Two Chances at Your Dollar. Try It f if !i A i J OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY OLUME XXXVII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1918 NO. 49 t TTIFPHfiNF RATES ARE UMMi" DISCUSSED BY COUNCIL WiriM TO BE TAKEN v - - nmllnn of I rani lilw Suggested . M) r will Interview Official I . ThnioHl Important matter coming ; . .h. ,.ii.Mili.n of tho cllr council OBUtlJ IMhlll wuri llin minn ill IUIO' i ....... .1... ... I.. ...I.. ' hons rules. At the tlmo tlia coun- ii Ji.,i..iti II, n tirnuniipf I vfl ruliui ... In r,,r....,.l tlinl ll.nl ' ... i i.n.1 siritniiv 01, lis mill rfni (Hen would not huvs blocked Mc- . ' i.n.. .1.- ... t.r..ttn. un nrtHnnnf I., i-i . nnsni iniiit'ii iw iimtw hid iiu .ira ma irHiirniHH 111 i iifi iiiiniin .i a t. I i. -I ' l vnli.M AI III I 111, II llin .,,,'" KrUdL'H dXIIIIIHt. V McDonald hud quite a talo of woe!!',,"n, ou ur nioiith, but owIiik to .. . .. I I. llllf.IIM..,l MU ....I. ... . .. u nnrnii to ...

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. — 22 November 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 22. 1918 j Issued Kvery Friday by THE MIST n iU.ISHIXa COMPANY O. D. HEILBORN Vice President and Manager. 8. C. MORTON Editor SITWCKIPTIOX RATES One Year l-BO Six Months 75 Entered as second-class matter. January 10th, 191!. at the Postofflce at St. Helens. Oregon, under tbe act of March 3rd. 1879. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER fcrce might not be employed In the! THE QUESTION yards. It might be well to bear In when the struggle is done, and we've mind, however, that both of the , . vanquished the Hun. yards have work enough on hand to , And rreejom iaiS come to her own. keep them busy for the next year. jyvhen we draw a long breath ere we p.nd It Is more than probable they reckon with Peuth, will be bulldins ships lor private oc-1 And concede lilm our 'lost with a vvuu.. .i. iu .u;ui,. put vvu- grOUtl cerns nave iuu uiuuu iuuu iutchivu I I All Kum. .... . ARE THEY SORRY? American people are being appeal ed to end there is n effort on the part of the German ...

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. — 22 November 1918

" SIZE DOESN'T COUNT ..VmMiIiI KiikIMi iUy THIs Iluw lie "Jt" Ilia First Hun Tommy Kehoe, 1 8-yenr-olcl Eng. mh boy K'H ow "not" first Hun Nut hundred feel away they when our Ind were Jumping to IW par"!'"1 10 mm,t l,l"m w,ln u'r huronm. i mn !! mi of the bidder, crabbed at It, missed ind illpiwl back. Homebody rouchort out a linU and pulled me up. Alnsont on u they wore. Oh, never In my worst dream and I'vo had many a bad one since thenhave I unn a more dreadful sight than that. They ciiiiia at uwout of the dnrk like fiends fnim another world, like the picture I've seen of men from Mara; for tlx'lr heads were covered with the most evil lookltiK masks thai anybody could Imagine, masks with huK roiiml eyes and long. plKgish cuouIh. Hhells were buratlnK nhove them, innt'lilnn gun vere tearing throui:h their rnnk and their mnsks WHre white and ghastly In the IlKht nf the rocket. Many a time I linn tliouishl of what war would be like, tiut never had I thought I ahould look on uiii'h a s...

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. — 22 November 1918

HPTVMCMfftT FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 1918, A fTTTTTVVwj SCAPPOOSE LUKKLdrUillilCC J1 Rv. fiarrtson joined the lick list r . - - j last week, causing vacancy at her A. A. A A A AAAAAAJ desk cn Saturday. WARREN School re-opened Monday. The uioerty v norus lurneu up mi so Improve that school can be o.m- community. , EN mLES QF PAVING neighborhood, passed away at his, urn ' 1 ,,. nno I ' ,..,. about ID mile of paved home here several any ago. i '.ea-, " ;'".,. ,,., . t rr-!r ... v.,,., n.irditiir to the while ami , me K"'"1 i-'-i" I " " .,i t;illl to follow mo leriuiiiiuiini " -. .,,iiiliUhhl(im'rn, wnu she should prow even ' !, iiri'imri'ci. uut ei'"1'" " f ed had been ill for quite a Ma itp.ith wan not unexpected. Mrs. Mnnsberger accompanied by j war in.. ...i.. in -l Tuesday evening. Will meet evervi- Darty 0f friends, motored .. . , r. r, 1a.. week at 7:30 at the church. Come frnl rorUand and spent the d;-.y with its victims here. Charles F. Eendu- end shout your Joy. ro fell a victim t...

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. — 22 November 1918

1 WAR SAYINGS II n.UHt hi. a vZZuhnm (l()ry , Iii-urn h.tw,.,.,, iuto cun iMMt. it t wilHon Mm war Ih 3.0U0 mil.. .way Nwt I,. )akl.r h,wmU ,)f w Tl.i.ro Ih prwIouK llltl.) llrr,,r... b..tw.,mi . cor.HcrlpI .,) a cnv,,.t j Hpnaki-r ( hump riurk. K. M. Ilouiw. " Colon H SWIFT & CO. ANSWER ii,.tonSift r linve Pr,,Pr u ly to the neewuitloim of tin. .' l Twin C.immlMHlon fllml with ginsie BulnoiiimUt) on Hnptntnhor !,T, niiianr Htntiw tlit In Itn ,,,. cMHlili-rutlim of profit, tin . j'.ni Triidii ('oinmlmilon fall to H,e llml the profit roportml by r Dgri(.rii urn nut profit tlmt have . ...Il Mtllllfl rml In the form ot ..h but ! lrKly profit tlml up u inventory wlilHi will undoubtedly JLppiMir In lirK mnaure whm, rlo. b"K"1 ' KO , . , for Hi by-prmlucU la urtnii'iitH. whlrh are ulijurt to tlm i ner ci'iit llniltiitlon of profit, tliu !ir l npproxliimti'ly 3 1-3 tlnifl h,"f tlmt fatnfnl conflict; an apology ier. ''It niuMt lie roinomlmnul thut '""t !! fearing in:in in tlm Mlt Of 1 1...

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. — 22 November 1918

6 ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 22. 1918 COURT PROCEEDINGS (Continued from page fire) Clatskanle No. 2. $3.00: C. L. Con yers, hall rent. $3.00; Elmer T. Con- nell. Peer Island, election, 17.00; Ida E. Ronser, Deer Islund, $6.00. W. E. Clark. Doer Island, $8.00; Jack Appleton, Deer Island, $6.00; Blythe E. Carey, election, Deer Is land, $6.00; C. H. English, hall rent, $3.50; F. Bishop, election, Coble, $S.40; D. C. Smith. Goble, $6.00; James G. Kennedy. Goble, $6.00; R. L. Kenny. Goble, $6.00; G. V. Mak inster, Goble, $6.00; Henry Welter, hall rent. $3.00; W. B. Calvin, Marshland, $14.40; P. Hessonfc, Marshland, $5.00; J.v T. Graham, Marshland. $6.00 Delia M. He song, Marshland,' $6.00; Mrs. Jas. Armstrong, $6.00; School District 10, hall rent, $3.00; J. J. Bonier, Mist. $6.00; Wm. H. Rose. Mist, $15.00; A. 11. Melts, Mist, $6.00; E. T. Wallace, Mist, $6.00; Anna Pop ham, Mist, $6.00; II. W. Brown. Oak Point. $12.20;-N. B. Hendrickson, Oak Point. $6.00; Hilma Snlmcn, Oak Point,...

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. — 22 November 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 1918 Itrillfl I)ful- K.. a i - - COURT PROCEEDINGS (Continued from pago tlx) ,1 published a Iy law required. Matter of Hpoclnl Ilond Meeting (r lilHlrli t No. 5. On tlil day there In prmnnlnd to (ho Court a potltlon of tim friinhiild rl) ,n,i Ii-kuI volnrii residing In Itouci District No. 5 In Columbia County, Orrunn, prnyliiK the 'ourt to fix a llmu ") l'1"0" for lioldlng a incct InK In milil I'lMlrlrt for the purpose ( vdlliix a Hpucliil lloud Tax anil thn Court lining advised In the mutter It onli'D'd that Huturdny, Nov. 23rd, 1918, he and the naiiifl I liuruhy fix ed a the dute for tho holding of said road iiixolliiK and that notice of such pieotlnK )' posted and published a by law required. Mutter of Bpttclnl Iload Meeting for IUHlrlrt No. 9. On thin day thor la presmited to the Court a petition of Mix frneholdera and h'K"l votera residing In Koad Dintrli'l No. 9 In Columbia County, Ort'Kon, praying the Court to fix n time and place for hol...

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. — 22 November 1918

4 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 1913 MIST MISTINGS J1 Mrs. E. G. Ditto was Portland shopper Wednesday. H. M. Knighton was a business visitor in Portland Monday. J. E. Ramsey transacted business In Portland Thursday. rr. E. Abry returned Monday even ing, after a short visit to Sclent. J. F. Dopplm.Mer transacted busi ness in Portland Wednesday. Mrs. A. F. Barnett is in Portland for a few days visit with friecds. E. I. Ballagh was a business visi tor to Astoria the first part of th week. Mr. and Mrs. David Davis of Port land were guests of Mrs. Annie Cox Sunday. Dr and Mrs. L. G. Ross and Miss Dora Shaffer motored to Portlanu Wednesday. Captain and Mrs. Watts of Port land spent Sunday with relatives in St. Helens. Mrs. John Buchholti of Centralia, is here on a visit to her sister, Mrs. T. H. Roy. Charles Woolpert and wife of Michigan, are here on a visit to their daughter, Mrs. C. E. Lake. There will be service in the Epis copal church next Sunday evening, November 24th, r.t 7...

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. — 29 November 1918

When You Trade at Home You Get Two Chances at Your Dollar. Try It OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY VOLUME XXXVII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1918 COUNCIL HOLDS AN INTERESTING SESSION PHONE RAISE DISCUSSED ( out nirlorx Ankrd to Muke IIIiIn on Hrt l ull of City Ihn k. Notwithstanding the dense fog wlileli hung ovnr tlie city, til the counelliiion and tlin mayor founa their way to tlie city hull and the Hmilon vn hell en uhuuI. After the reading and approval or tie minutes, the mayor callod (or report of officers. Nulthor Jou l)u or Wul'or Ulakesley had any report to make, that In, nt Unit particular limn. Ills honor ihould know better thun to call on either ot these offi cer right off the Jump, for they ' never Ret really warmed up beforw the KPiHion I almost ovo' and ru. porta of'Other officer are heard. None of the councilman hod any re tort to muke and It auenied thut the nHNshui would he n very tamo one, brt McDonald Inquired of tli...

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. — 29 November 1918

'ST.' HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 191 Issued Erery Friday by THE MIST ri BUSIUXQ COMPANY O. D. HEILBORN. . . .Vice President and Manager. 8. C. MORTON ..Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year f 1.80 Six Months ...... .75 Entered as second-laM matter. January 10th, 1912. at the Postofflce at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act of March Srd, 187. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER WHEN THEY RETURN Press dispatches state that thous ands of American soldiers r.re now on their war home. It was only a few months ago that these same soldiers left home to fight for home. Their object has been obtained and they are now returning to their native land. They have achieved a glorious rec ord for America and have established a milltt ry record which will, for all time to come, be an honor to America. Our soldiers have proved that the fibre of the nation has not been soft ened and instead of America being a nation with no sense of pride, no power of resistance, no force to make its principles felt and Its stan...

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. — 29 November 1918

f INDUSTRIAL REVIEW J Tim Albany pntkln plant I to be Cmiby The Oregon City highway ban m opened. Astoria October lumber cargoes totalled IS.000,000 feet. Viile Work Mnrt on die Warm gprliiKO IrrlRntlon project. Corvr.lIU The O. A. C. Hi" new llir:ry and honest hemo. Ilnixl Itiver Tim stale In building t 70 Toot hrldgo approach. A lint of Oegon-maile poods Ih iiiimIb for housewives. 1 1,0 stn'.e accident Insurance cum pilbHloii reports fewer ncrhlentn. Tim Portland Itublior Company will erect nt)w factory hulldiiir. Corti'llls Oregon v.K sell hi Oakland, ('al.,ut 88 co:ts n doxen. Tim Htiito hlghw-.y commlHHlnn llaiiH to employ 2,6H0 mini In 1919. Klamath KuIIh A niw 150,000 roiirri'tii flouring mill Ih completed. Medford llorlng for oil starts on tlio Stoke plucn, four mile north of town. irt land public school will i;et an appropriation of 12,825,470 In 1919. Octolinr bank clerirnires show a Kln of $57,483,000 over Oc'ober, 1917. I luillf.n Tlit Ptlk County corn how will bn held h...

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. — 29 November 1918

ST., HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1918 4 rnvDrcDAvncHrr S WARREN It all the farmers of the country take the same stand as is the un animous opinion of the Warren ranchers, the rural telephone will be a thing of the past insofar as the Bell Telephone company Is concerned. The action of A. S. Burlesci la rais ing the rates to farmers from one to three dollars per month has ccused a protest such as never has been seen here and the unqualified stand is tc refuse to pry the raise, but to tender the amount paid in the past. If this does not stand the company will be requested tc remove their phones and a co-oper.Vtive line v.-ill. be built, giving service better than that now given and at a less cost. Already ac tion is being taker, towards that en a end the people are unanimous for united action. Why the farmer is selected to pay the price by Post master Burlesoa is what the fr.rmer cannot understand. He has been made the "goat" in ninny Instances during the war. His help taken from...

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. — 29 November 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1918 WHAT WOMEN ARE DOING New York Mlato cfuliw onion, h- CHURCH NOTICE Mi-llKHlNt Kptm-opal (liurrh The Ki le idly Church Albert 8. Illsey, Pastor Ah health conditions continue to seiubled n convontlon In New York Imurove w r I i . conunu to ununlmouHly pasne.1 a n-nomJ wo,? Th?L?v7 in 1?, ?"'"? u.r U'uHkl.m President Wilson to ..o;w,,;,VVT,1TVu0n oa'KTu? ,httt woimm wore adequately repro- day. With scarce! 'anew case of Z ,eled c t " peace tal. o. f ,,,, rPp0r!(1 YurtnZ this week TIo National American Woman we feel that we may ir"e our chll.V Buffn.Ke naHoclntU.il announces that ren to return to the Sunday Sciool tba constitutional amendment to en-; our young people to I , C m ' ,rui,iT...no v. . wnmiiumu: i.eimue anil everyone to the church aerviccs. We will have our full schedule next Sunday: Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m. Kpworth Lensuo, 6:30 p. m. KvnnliiK Services, 7:30 p. in. Subject for the morning sermon, In Me...

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. — 29 November 1918

I 6 1 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 29. 1918 1 1 CAPTURE OF SEDAN RECALLS BIG EVENT The fact that the American troops ct.ptured the town of Sed.-.n just few hours before the trrntstice was signed and was the last place cap tured by the Yankees In the great world wr.r has nerved to call atten tion to the renown which this place attained in the Franco-Prussian war of 1S70. It was the scene of the surrender of Napoleon III to the kins of 1'russlr.. The little town of Sedan which, like many other quiet places, has had irreatness thrust upon it. lies some 13 miles east south-east of Mezieres by rail, in the department of Ar dennes on the right bank of the Meuse. In the days before the war, many visitors found their way there to view the sceie of the greet battle of 18T0, and to drive out to the Bazeilles to see the collection of war relics there and the house rendered famous by Neuvllle's paintings, Les Dernierej Cartouches." But Sedan was very far from living on its fame. It was n b...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
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