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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 3 January 1919

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1919 www wvw w ft INIIIICTDIAI DPVIFW Gresham Yearly fruit and ve a i tuble puck of cannery over 32,000 CLATSKANIE '"""lorn-Contracts lot to Columbia Lt.Teln Contract Co.. for 60.000 yard road , k January 6th " ' material for paving 18 mllec be- Mr. K f- r, ,,. nn mi a twn.m 8al,,m unl Aurora. K". ! 1 "J" "a: i A AAA Coos Hey district cut 283,000,000 lnn.luiH In I 111 H u.iinin HtniH lilvliwnv roiiimlNKlnn ' Hlvnr mid liarbor ,m ik. 1.1,1. Jnininrv 7ih nn 1700.- ' Oregon provides 1130,000 mill ro-tl work. Coos Hay, $100,000 for Yauulna lliiv Kl.iniath Klln I'lillcnn Usy raw- '' Hurbor and H4.000 for Coquel mill Increases capacity to 70,000,- "ar ruur. pppropriationi dftv. ;i h: Hnw ". " v-i fl . . 000 fHOt. KlKht hull built at Aborilonn to ho fitted with itiacti Inury nt Port Ir.ucl. Portland Albina Engine & Mu clilno work luunch one vussol imicI ilollvor another to the government December 30. Portland Port commission to build 12,000 ton drydo...

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. — 3 January 1919

rm tmi rnT UtCT TrOTrAV JANUARY 3. 1919 1 th ceoiid Saturday in January and Jlplans adopted and conimt.tee-, sp- sui.stitutea tor iiei rflRRFSPONDENCE 2 i pointed for the ensuing year, during The Ladies Ale LUKRLOrUilll'llVl 4 ,.hch u is expected that much will home of Mrs. 0 acconiplished Inex Wlkstrom WARREN Omer Beeler is visiting with rela tives at Silevrton during the holt davs. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Southard or St. Helens spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Karr. Miss Helen Medd of Portland, is a holiday guest of Miss Elizabeth Hvskell of the Oregon Berkshire company. be resumed her duties, substituted for her. id will meet at the Getchell Thursday. hv the erance. January . p. m. a iuii i- Warren Grange Is now mo mrrsi : ivnimmr m unu. In the county and one of the largest' The Red Cross will meet at their In the state. Hetlring-mnster A. H. usual headquarters Tuesday. Jati- Tarbell has conducted the destines uary "th. 10:00 a. in. nf the erance since its organization Among those ...

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. — 3 January 1919

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, JANUARY 3. 1919 5 LIST OF TRANSFERS Koported lX Columbia County Ab Mract Company. liMmnlmr 17 J. H. McCoy t ux to Geo. II. Conyora, Tract 28 Haven Acroa. $10.00. it r..nvAM nt hi to llnnry ; unit, ii. .iij'-i . 1 ' McCoy; Tract 2d Haven Acroa, i ft 0.00. Anna J. Kewla t u to J. T. Peter- I win, part of U1 4, North Clata- ', kunlu 11 00. J T. l'cituraon to Annie J. I-ewla. part of Mf, North ClatMkaiilH, $100. nocnmber 18 Dan Marx et ux to Jumna K. Ziiiimerinan, part of Tract 126 lieavor lloinea, $1200. j AuKuat Muhr to Columbia toun- I ty, rlKht of way over Hectlon l, J Townahlp 4 North, Uane 1 Went, ,1 $300.00. Kllu W. Young at ux to t oiumma County. rlKht t " 1 rac 19 Mountain View $100 W (I VounK to ( oluuibla county, rliilit of cvnr 8uctl0,", 8 "n,i 17, Townahlp 4 North, Huiiko 1 tm wen, ft.vv. O ltuliluh and A. II. I.arnoii to Col V uiubla county. rlKht of way ov Hoctlona 7 and K, Townahlp 4 North, KanK 1 Wnat, $246.00. December IV M. l) Copelund to Theo...

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. — 3 January 1919

itri rule MTOT PPinAV. TANUARY 3. 1919 f HIGHWAY BUILDING AWAITED PEACE Although $14,550,000 was avail able for expenditure on the post roads from the federal aid road act, only $425,445 was paid from federal funds in the highway construction season of 191 S on all projects. The reason for tills, occordinB to the an nual report of the secretary of ag riculture, was the steps taken to con serve money, labor, transportation nnd materials in highway woik dur ing the war. and at the same time ti facilitate really essential highway projects. In connection with the federal aid rnnrt work a letter was addressed to each state highway department ask ing that a program of federal aid rrnsiructlon be submitted at the earlier' possible date, in which would be included only those projects con sidered vitally necessary to the trans portation facilities of the country. Report on IVciud Issues At the request of the capital Is sues committee, enrh eers of the, de partment were made available for ins...

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. — 3 January 1919

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. JANUARY 3. 1919 BIG TRANSPORT IN MANY FIGHTS l.evliitluin Wm Hms IhI Object of At- llU'fc liy I'-llOHlN New York Thrilling details of the adventure of I lie Kluiil American truiiHport, l.evhitlmn. were revouled here hy officers of the vessel. The Leviathan, one of the fiiHteHl ships afloat, became faster when she passed Into the IiuikIm of the Amerl 1'itn Kovernment, It wuh disclosed. American engineers succeeded In KcllliiK two knotH of speed mora tluili when Mhe wuh In the hands of (iormun engineers. In fact, Hhe wan mo speedy that Nhe wuh sent across each time by herself with from four to six (leHtroyem convoying her. This moiiHter ship w tho parti cular prey of (lermnn spies. n her first threo trips she was chimed hy Hiihmnrlnea and on practically every holiday alnce the United Stales plac ed her Into tranaport service she wuh rhaaed. I.uat Christmas day she wuh oiiaNnd; on waHlilnglon a ntrlhdny alio again waa puraued and on Insl Memorial (lay ahe waa w...

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. — 3 January 1919

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. JANUARY 3, 1919 k i I MIST MISTINU5 J. E. Ramsey was a business vis itor In Portland Tuesday. Mrs. J. R. Ellison visited friends in Portland Monday. Dr. J. L. Zipperor was here on TUuraday on business matters. Mr. and Mrs. Von A. Gray and children were in Tortland Tuesday. Mrs. Carl Chrislensen spent New Year's day with friends In Portland. Mrs. H. Roberts of Portland Is h guest of her sister, Mrs. H. M. Buck. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Wheelei were guests of Portland friends New Year's day. Sheriff Stanwood and Judge Mor ton made an official trip to Apiary Tuesday. , County Surveyor L. J. VanOrshov en. was In Deer Island Tuesday on professional business. Elmer Chapman of the St. Helens Mercantile Company, was a business visitor In Portland Saturday. Mrs. J. E. Hunt, of Westport, Ore gon, is here on a visit to her son, County Clerk J. V. Hunt. Mrs. M. C. Gray is here for a few days visit with friends before going to Florida to join her husband. George Grant, ro...

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. — 10 January 1919

Become a Member of the Chamber of Commerce-Aid in Upbuilding the County Jf ii ill it , r . mm OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY VOLUME XXXVIII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1919 NO. 4 XAUTZMAN CASE IS BEFORE COURT JURY IS BEING CHOSEN IiIIm'I Chm-n AidiiiiNt Columbia IIitiiIiI Editor Now llilng TrlNl Tho casus of (lio Sti-te of Oregon vs. Hum Kiiiittniin, editor of the Columbia lloruld, Ih now In court. Tim case wiim called for 9:30 u. in., yesterday morning ami tint tiiHk of uloctiug a Jury begun. A hiih'IiiI vnulro of 12 moll wuh , auk kI for. Tlio comiHfl for thn lo- vieiKliuil oojociun to Micnri tjinn wood nclt'ctlng tli Jurors upon tlm ' ground Hint ho wax mentioned In one of I tin Itxl (( nuMit h. Tlio court, moron port uppouuou n. n. I'onpniii, W summon win i iiii'u. i uu up polnlmnnl of PoHpaln wan oli looted 1 1 liv ttltfiniAV IT'ron wlifl HtHtiMl tliut 1 DeHpaln wan very unfrlimdly toward defonduut and hud nindu remarks ' hlrh sa...

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. — 10 January 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. PRT DAY. TANUARY 10, 1919 Issued Every Friday by THE MIST rUBUSMSa COMPAXT WHV X(T AUVKKTISK In pre-war days the railroads were one of the newspapers best advertisers. I'nder government operation railroad advertising iu newspapers Is cut otf. Now In Director General Mc- Adoo's "information for the press, FtH'll OX HIS CAMP.lKiX Marshal Koch's speech in London, at the French embassy dinner, throws some interesting light on his Ideas and Intentions in beginning the counter-offensive that ended only with Germany's application for an armis tice, it rather discredits the popu lar assumption that the campaign vas visualized as a whole, before It was heirun. and that a master con O. D. HEILBOUN....VIC President and Manager. 8. C. MORTON Editor h hldi p courge ,g for freo pullHcB. ' ' tinn. newsiiauers are advised of SrikSCIlIPTIOV RATfcS Uailrnad ixcursicu rates to different ,,!,,.. .li.-t.it...! evcrv move made In One Year -! Par'8 of tlie co,1,ltry ,n oriler ,0 !the earl...

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. — 10 January 1919

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10. 1919 INDUSTRIAL REVIEW I I (lolil Hunch In to have now wharf, j; KntorprlKe to have now first cIuhh ,t ikory. - , ltootlHport l mukluB plaiiH for a 'law school Iiouhh. ' tt'orvallls Hoiiloii county to got ' C8UB.00O for roads. t ' Cruno Flouring mill and brick 'itoni going up horo. 1 Albany I. Inn county' share 1919 folate tux to bo $93,367. I . liar sllvor Is quoted In Now York fct 10 1 'it contn P-r ounce. . I'orllaud Ono Hhlpyard UHod 394 'tsrlouds stool In Novouihor. f i Portland China getting daU for wood Hhlp building plant. Hrooklyn 8. 1. Co., erecting oli i raga plant In yarAs horo. I Valo Tests for oil to be mado f near horo hooii, In Sand Hollow. Wallowa Flouring mill turning out " 100 barrels flour ovory 24 houri. ! 8iilm Fruit union moving out 10 r rlundH ovuporatod fruit a weok. I. lino board wnnts additional $10, O0 from Htato for Oold 1 1 1 1 1 plant, lliiavorton march factory closed , (or lack of labor to harvoHt potulous. ; Vuluo...

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. — 10 January 1919

9 rrrrrn.TTE VPF CORRESPONDENCE WARREN The Warren Co-operative Ware house is at last an accomplished fact and a car load of feed has been ordered for the patrons and rest dents of Warren. Many of the farm ers are members but a number are holding themselves In reserve and have not as yet signified their will ingness to join hands with the pro moters of the new enterprise. This io the first real farmer's warehouse In Oregon devoted us it will be, to buying and selling Uie produce of the local farmers. A building will be erec-ed in the near futu--e. All goods sold through the company will be standardized and guaranteed. Over $1600 has beea subscribed in stock, this amount being sufficient to guarantee its success. The suc cess or failure now depends on tho officers and everyone Is confident of success. The farmers of the state are watching carefully the new en terprise and many such organiza tions will be formed should this prove what is hoped for it. The installation of officers of th...

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. — 10 January 1919

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1919 Qn 1ST OF TRANSFERS iht ,., v,... 'ie: IDS ported by Columbia County Ab I Company. January 2 '.' i Try lor to John Mun- f l et ux; lund In Bec- 1 a 14, Townahlp 8 1 .rth. Kunge 4 Went ..$ 600.00 100.00 iCr W. , '. KoBHiiy; aA 1, Block I; I ; Lot 1 Iltock 7, Ver ' i Ma Do W. KettHoy to lloaa llir ' V. Keaiwiy; land In Hues. "OJV 4 and 10, TowiihIiIp 4 On Irth, ItaiiKe 4 WeHt.. 100.00 WoodrldKO Tln:ber Co., to Carl Llluntliul; land In Section 9, Townuhlp 7 North, Range 3 WeHt. 100 C, W. UlnkPHlny ot ux to Charles w. Ttiompnon; i m in,.,,!, o 1 f'nlnm. bla City 200.00 Jonaa Kanxaa "t sheriff, to Olll llaakko, - In Suction 10, ' ifhlp 7 North, je 4 Wnr.t 383.66 ( Boua to It. E. Lundy, 1, il In Hectlon 4, Town- thlj 4 North, Range 1 Watt 10.00 K, A. Crouhe et ux to Oolim EEL B- CrouMe, I'erloy 0. Crouae; lund In Crounos . Subdlvlnlon, Ulock 22.. 1.00 0h January 3 Western Timber Co., to E ""Vs. 1 H. . lUlti n. 3T. Ill I 10.00 300.00 10. Ou 1.00 10...

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. — 10 January 1919

ST. HELENS KRT HAY. JANUARY 10. 1919 DOUBLE SIZE OF NAVY America's naval strength will be about twice as great by 1920 ns It was In 1917, the year the United States entered the world war, ac cording to the plan presented be fore the house naval committee. The total number of all ships will be about S00, as compared with 300 in 1917 HOUSEHOLD HINTS In manv parts of the country, cs- i 1 1 w fHMim. chicken la pro- ! bubly much cheaper than beef, as only White sauce may be made up ahead tjl0 cpst p( production needs to fnr fnt lira use. Soak gelatin In a saucepan, then, if it doesn't dissolve, it can be easily heated. Prick onions with toothpicks twice way through to prevent breaking while boiling. Many recipes call for a row t.rops considered. When chickens, uml, for that mailer, any poultry, can in raised Willi little labor and can find mn.i nf their food, or use up other wise useless table refuse, skitu milk etc., they ought to bo a very ecom. Twenty-four dreadnnughts will be 0f onio...

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. — 10 January 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, JANUARY 10. 1919 is ER IOE i " lie . ,i;ks ' J ble . f JOURS OF HORROR AFTER END OF WAR l Impresalon ot the final flght - it tha Aiuurlcan troopa In the ', Just bufore the armistice went tr afreet, In Riven by louruiinu t Jck, Jr., of the Yale Hospital D t In hitter to the Yale Alumni Vi y.y. The loiter in part says: 'Vonday came, and still the guns. Tr'B the rumor began straggling In anJ groups of French soldlnrs walk Iff rapidly and uxcltodly by, thrill ed ni with the newa. Nine o'clock, arl a barruKe koImk on that made us h.ver. Th ii ii a toluphone from II. Q. coBflrmltiK and dlHHlputliiK all ru mors: relit), Kroupa of excited, happy men here and there; but out there th barrage heavier. "Ten o'clock! Thoy muHt be tak- Inf ft last kick at them for fair. The f hour rolled Bround to 10:46; an In crease, If conceivable, In violence; I 10:60, 10:66, and, at 11 Hharp, a final, flghty roar topped off by one I (Ir cranh ome big gun they j h in saving up. Then Hi...

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. — 10 January 1919

8 ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10. 1919 I MIST MISTINGS J. W. Hunt was a Sunday visitor In Portlnnd. Mrs. H. G. Smith wns a Portland visitor Monday. Rev. A. K. Spearow was a Port land visitor Mondav. Martin Hoven was here Monday transacting business affairs. C. E. Sparks of the Mist force, visited friends In Salem Sundry. T. S. White and S. C. Morton were business visitors in Fortland Wed nesday. Dr. J. H. Flynn returned Wednes day evening from a short stay in Portland. Miss Dorothy Johns of Portlanu spent the week end with friends in St. Helens. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. McCormick and Miss Amy George motored to Portland Tuesday. There will be service in the Epis copal church next Sunday evening, January it at Mrs. Carrie Dodson of Deer Island was In St. Helens Tuesday and was a caller at the Mist office. ' The steamer Acme sclled Wednes day night, bound for California and carrying 450,000 foet of lumber. rr. Thompson, Tuesday, rgJ. January 21. Orcadia Hotel. ltoy Copeland, manager of ...

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. — 17 January 1919

Stkomea tor of the Chamber of Commerce-Aid in Upbuilding the County 21 OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY ' AT TfMP YYVVIIT i - yiiumu r , ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1919 NO. 5 Mem v nOR LEADERS TELL CAUSE OF STRIKE . Lames m'cormick 1 0H- Alerting, IIm(P lfJtllT ' Tell Why Nirliie Wan Called ' The Mint nt-ranged with Mr. Carl Kutulsen, tourt roporter, to take the proceedings and the speeches at tho meeting ver tetlm. The Mist hoped to print , U full and word for word, the , rpeorlies, motions, etc., niado rt the open mooting. Unfortunate ly, Mr. Kn lid mi ii win called to Portland to ho at the bedHlde of IiIh wife who In seriously III, and therefore, the Mint Is un able to publish full and com plete proceeding. Tuesdry nlKht, purHuant to a pub llahed call, there wui an open meet-I- at tlm I.llirlv tliealm of Ilia t ft men and union lender who t why the strike had been called ft a McCormlck (St. Helena tlhip l ulng Company'! yard) and 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. — 17 January 1919

HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1919 9 ST. Issued Every Friday by THE SflST PUBLISHING COMPANY O. D. HEILBORN. . . .Vice President and Manager. 8. C. MORTON Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year I.M Six Months 7S Entered as second-class matter, January 10th, 1912, at the Postofflce at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act of March 3rd, 1879. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER It could not understand Just why the The 1119 war savings campaign Internal revenue office thought It will be opened actively by a nntlon- should be given something for noth-wlde celebration on January ii. me lng. It complied with the request Anniversary of the birth of Benjamin and marked the paper "Hon. Milton : Franklin. District war savings dl Mlller compli m e nt a ry" for a 'rectors In conference here were so month. During that time Mr. Mil- Informed by Harold Hraddock, the ler will probably recognize that the: now national director or tne COURT PROCEEDINGS (Coutinued from last week) Mist is a paper he should have and 'savi...

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. — 17 January 1919

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1919 t it i Pur. I l ro,. Si 111 - nid I a . I' 4 ! '. V i$ Hi ! M f v K .1; : itk ' (. . n, If' i c r r ft. o. CLATSKANIE Ol.l.. u .. . b... .i.l nn U II ml u 1 t DlllUWr IVIUIHDU "mi'". Ht from Washington, 1). C, whore lllia VlSltOU I!1B UrOWlur, lieronn, fho III In the service and who wan B with lnflueniu. lie U much Im iroveJ and hna been transferred to Jo in p I,ewlH, where he In awaiting demobilization. Ma antlclputes bo- lOg home in a few days. Bliould condition continue to im prove Recording Jo present lndlca- loni the achool will open a week rom Monday, the 20th t:ist. Thlb decision was reached by the cchool card at a meeting hold enrly In the feck. It was thought. bunt to keep t cloned until tliut tluio In order to H If any more cases of "flu" de- t sloped. Tho new city council were cfflclul ' r. inducted Into their various officii , a Monday evening, with the excep tion of Kliuor Culbertson. who fulled to qualify iix clerk, leaving a v...

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. — 17 January 1919

i -jrt aw.-1'' I V. i ST. HELENS MT3T FRIDAY. JANUARY 17. 1919 CORRESPONDENCE Ha aaaaa . WARREN nroduct, and must take Ita place at U . . v. n wnrmumlpil inA inn i (i wuiuif v. ........ apples could be used as Is the case the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adams She leaves two little child ren. Rev. C. H. Johnson spoke at So severe and numerous are the cases of "flu" here that all meet ings of every kind are under the ban. The installation of the grange rules' .'her?6 nfE And held the.r rnnua. hl -onle. go fo waste " meeting at the home of Mrs. Getche. Mrand Mr. Elmer Bowles and last Thursday. The follower of . .'hiMr nf' Or ion City are ! f leers were elected to serve for th Vtalttai with Mr r uowles' mot."er! ensuing year: president. Mrs." Albert and faf her. Mr. and . Mrs. . r. JU j J ; v.oe pres den Mrs. Jame njUrt'U I Ullli'iu; , '. . Mrs. II w. iTire. officers has been postponed, church an(j ts nursing it. Rnu-iix Elmer had his nana in in the machinery of the woolen mills treas...

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. — 17 January 1919

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17. 1919 : ' - . j list of transfers fceported by the Columbia County I etruct Company. 4 Januury 8 Jiard K. Truex to Chnrlna 'i tnll; Lot 31 Bcappooae f. Acrei .....$ 10.00 j ddluton Iteld to Kdward ' Bykea; Land In Suction , f 4, Townalilp 4 Nortli, 3 ItunRO 4 Went 60.00 'i i Jununry 8 J arlon U. Furor to Worrn j Tacking Co.. IvOtB 6 find X' 6, Mock 2, Foatora Flrat V Addition CG0. 00 : forgo K. Rtrentor to John 5 llowd; Land In Hnctlon t 4, TownHhlp 4 North, f itiinns a wBt i.oo t irnft K. Mllea t al to School District No. u; Lota 1 to 12, Mock 18, Columbia City 2,000.00 Jununry 10 William Amleraon to 0 n. Mllluy; ioi i, iiiock a ppooao uuu.uu junuury 1 1 nrry to I.ydla Crlpo; Lund In Hortlon 4, Town- i ulilp 4 North, ltange 1 ' tWout G25.00 January 13 Jjlm Callnhnn to lturliuru Cnlluhiin; Land In Hoo- lion 14, TownHhlp S ! 'North, lliinito 4 WbbI .. 1.00 J, M. Fry to Mury J. Fry; Lund In Suction 34, Townahlp 4 North, Ratifta t Wuat ADDITIONAL SCA...

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. — 17 January 1919

ST. HELENS. MIST. FRIDAY. JANUARY 17. 1919 NEGROES' HEROISM TOLD BY HAY WARD Col. William Hayward. former public service commissioner of New York and now commanding officer of the old Fifteenth New York In fantry, tells of the experiences of the New York negro regiment in the great offensive in a letter Just re ceived by Gov. Charles S. Whitman. This letter, as given to the public with the permission of the govern, or, said in part: "There is so much to write about I feel like throwing down my pen and giving up. for to write one tenth would fill a great book and what shall I leave out? " You surely have heard we were in the great offensive starting Sept ember 26. It expre8' ,l mildly. At times It seemed to me we were the offensive. Twelve days and nights our division (French) fought ou. We advanced fourteen kilometers (nine or ten miles). We had two weeks out for rest, then back in line in a sector the mere mention of which makes the Frenchman, officer and poilu. raisb his eye-brows...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
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