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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 7 February 1919

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7. 1919 liU PHILIP WRITES ON RECONSTRUCTION V -the Editor, tlolens MlHt. a the principle subject under dls- lion at present In reconstruction it the war and finding work (or i roturnlng soldlors. 1 will write 1- a skeleton of a plan which, lu opinion, would be workable and . the greatest benefit to the Htute tenoral and encouruge the back- ae-land movemniit. . early evory plan la taking men . the stump land and assisting to clour homos (or theiiiuojvee, eh In my opinion, Is a rather . k outlook (or them. . jr plan would be to buy all large i that could be bought and le thorn Into about 40 acre tract k not 1uh than 20 acre in cum kv.on on each tract and finance the ettler whatever he requires to put I OB a paying basin, Oregon has "-, over the top in every effort to nee the war, and in the rcme it Oregon would go over the top to finance (or peace. Let tho Bo public spirited citizens who ostod the liberty loans use the ;ne Hplrlt in boosting (or a jan...

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. — 7 February 1919

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7. 1919 CORRESPONDENCE 7 SCAPPOOSE Mr. and Mrs. Sandstrom visited In Goble on Sunday. Burt Barnett Is visiting friends and relatives in Scappoose. Mrs. Holland of St. Helens, was a guest of Mrs. Caples this week. C. H. Kapper is home from the hospital after having his tonsils re moved. Mr. and Mrs. Metcalf and their guests, spent Sunday at Seaside, en joying the day. We are very glad to welcome Mrs. Cooper home and hope she will soon . regain her strength. Letters were received this week from Guy Whitney, Herman Miller, Fred Armstrong and Clark Grant. Liberty chorus will be at 8:00 o" clock Wednesday evening. Prayer meeting at 7 o'clock before the chorus. There will be a social at the church Friday evening, February 7th. Everyone is invited to come and enjoy it. Mr. Ogle, Miss Keck and Miss Bennett enjoyed the opera "Aida" at the Municipal Auditorium Wed nesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Watts enter tained at a dinner Sunday to cele brate the birth...

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. — 7 February 1919

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7. 1919 5 on Irt II ire 101 Ab-li 7M Hot Hurt Sidney Searlea, aged .rl.'i. aged t;Bnni alilt AftW t lf the buyi enlisted In CMjCftry, ii at a ...... hmrta. earij 25 and D. C. dlnn veterans, week on n vlitlt to Iloih At tn 116 unci were lent mm tu A urn. mo wiiii mo .'7r.H1 Canadian battalion. Arriving in KnltlHiKl. the battalion waa broken ' '.mi they were assigned to the "V " ....ll.. uhlrh mam limn l.n- JlKt HSU""""" "M , . tKnin recruited after having lout .,, t of He officers end men. Itoth of the boys w active serv-! .... in fact, after hearing aome of i.lr storl". very active service. They were v v 1 iuij Uldne anu wn i w ,vcr the top n w. . iut the amnery nau wruunm inn nsdlsns took the ridge and held it, llhougn ai a greav com. "' ""' in the great alruggie ai ipros ,M the battle of St. Riot, flldney re ived wound in inia name anu i pres. waa gassou. ma orunn'r mi f,.ittr and lost only a part or a ring- A Clime 'all n. C. Searlos, the younger...

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. — 7 February 1919

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 1910 THE PERILS OF DEMOBILIZATION Lark of Any Federal Plan Renders Loral Efforts Valueless HIGH COST OF LIV- ING IN SWEDEN The American consul general a Stockholm has forwarded to th state department a brief statement itinirini inrroAsea in the cost of liv- If the secretary of war desires i)ng inSwrden from 114 to me enu concrete proof of the need of a0f July, 191S. The state department thorough-going national plan to!nas made this Information available govern the process of demobilization, ito the bureau of labor statistics, of late events in Boston have not left! the department of labor, and it is him without evidence in point. The printed in full in the December num visit paid to City Hall on Saturday i,er of the Monthly Labor Review, by a delegation of several hundred j From this statement it appears unemployed service men, and the that the tablo-d'hote meal at hotels visit which they announced tliey j ani restaurants has Increased two would ...

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. — 7 February 1919

It. CfF.KLY LEGISLATIVE ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7 1919 Sulem, Ore., Feb. 8 Tlie third a.k of the legislature cloned with if 323 billM In tns House nnd 128 "'J .. ....... -I...... till) nenuiw, buuui iinn n many UKunl. Mud thU In the last day for irocluction of bills without unanl- oiis consent, or by ways and l uiii committer. Blx hill reached Coventor, urn mey are mere ,minliil- or ta iiuu.ooo (or the niriiliiK soiuiors anu sailor only f.OUO luta huun drawn by the cimi- iHMlon. mere is a crowing rol (hut patriotic appeal that are ,lv flmd oft when the gullory In full r pwt:ilor are not a sate guide In li In K ueiiianua ou lie legislature. The Htutu hlKhway commlHiilon had public hearing Thurmlay night In hlch all crlllclHin against that ,dy hud a full airing, and the com iIhhIoii cituie out with respect and hnflduiiee, no far as coulil lie Jurtg- by III large crown pruiwm. i nai ,,iir urogram lor a larger nona issue n.nrt'd by a motor yehlelo tax will i through there Ih n...

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. — 7 February 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 1918 i MIST MISTINGS Dr. S. B. Hosktn was tn Portland Tuesday. H. S. Mason was a business visi tor in t OrUHIIU lucouaj. A. B. Lake was in Portland Tues day on shipyard business. Fred Wat kins transacted business matters in Portland Thursday. Fred Sferman. the Rainier attor ney was in St. Helens Wednesday. T O Tlnhho loft TllPsdaV for 1T1IO. If. Portland where she will spend few days. A. S. Harrison returned Tuesday night from a short visit in the metropolis. D. R. Fowler of the Trenholm neighborhood, was in St. Helens on Thursday. Madeline Allen, accompanied by Mrs. J. W. Allen, were Portland visi tors Monday. Frtts Anliker of Goble was here Wednesday in attendance nt the county court. a i nrt Mrs Deming returned Monday after several days spent . with relatives In Seaside. Miss Gertrude Blackmore of Port land was a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phillip. m T M K.i elf la in Portland visiting her sister and Incidentally taking in the gran...

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. — 14 February 1919

Become a Member of the Chamber of Commerce-Aid in Upbuilding the Connty OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY VOLUME XXXVIII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1919 NO. 9 PROTEST IS FILED ON SENATE BILL 190 A' POLITICAL SCHEME Many Ht. Helen chiwiir 0iminc Cliniigo in J'""' '"' MMrli't Semite Hill No. l0, Introduced hy Bmiiitura Jliindly. Hunkw mid Norb IimI mid rid the first tlmo Fuhruury Stli, duos nut mo it with tlio npprovul of tho citizens of Ht. Helens ana Columbia county at lurKO. Mid a vig orous protest i IiuIiik mudo tinaliiHt the. punKUK" of the. 1)111. A petition ha been forwarileti to both Hunks nd lli.lliiKii, BHkIng that they uc.e In (liuMii'n to defeat II hill. No'iiw 1'ollthal Hclii-nip TIiuhh who keep In eUtni touah with politics and polif Iclat, scent a ui'nt pl"'o of political strategy, anu stiriulM t lint noma ambition ones who would not bo opioud lo tin cir cuit Jiid;:H, have taken IhU mean of Improving tlx-tr chances at the u...

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. — 14 February 1919

ST. -HELENS flST. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1919 Issued Every Friday by 19M MIST PCBUSHIXQ COMPANT 6. D. HEILBORN VIc PreaUemt and Manager. I. C. MORTON Editor ' SrBSCRIPTION RATES One Year I1- lz Months 70 Entered as second-claw matter, January 10th, 1912, at the Postofflce at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act of March 3rd, 1879. COTJNTT OFFICIAL PAPER POOR OLD OOLIMBIA Apparently the politicians are not willing to leave Columbia county in a position which might he tne leasi advantageous. Not satisfied with the jerrymander proceedings, which rears ago, placed the county in a joint senatorial district, simply to serve as another cog In the Multno mah wheel of politics, some of the wise ones now propose to detach Columbia from the 20th Judicial dis trict. It is the plan of the politi cians to hook Columbia to Washing ton county and have another judicial district. The purpose of the bill is obvious; some keen politician in Clatsop county thinks he would have a better chance to succeed Eakl...

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. — 14 February 1919

WEEKLY LEGISLATIVE FREE LANCE LETTER 8uleni, Ore., Vtih. 40 This ses (Ion has a big program of bond Is sues largely promoted by the bond urokurs I'ortlaud, from the tun millions for highways to $75,000, 000 or $100,000,000 Involved In tlio proposed anibndiiinnt to the consti tution for development, of hydro nlictrlo power end slate operntlon or woolen mill, etc. Hlate rural credit bonds, land and Irrigation bond, Koomivelt coast hlghwsy bonds, re cun hi ruction ' bondH, pledging tin credit nnd taxing power of the stnte, to an amount of about $200,000, 000. All then bond . Issues are for long time an I large denominations. The poular loan feature that mnde the liberty bonds a success la ah overlooked, and that moan commls . i .i i. Oil uifiiu iiruHnril ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14. 1919 of all school teachers, no matter what their prevloua experience, at $75 a month. It will aerlously handi cap many remote districts with only a few puplla but It will put more money In circula...

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. — 14 February 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14. 1919 CORRESPONDENCE WARREN Fair, Hys- Saturday's meeting of the grange was very well attended despite thti terrific downpour of rain. A very interesting meeting was enjoyed by all present. Vital quostlons were taken up nd discussed. The follow ing vigorous protest was sent to Re presentative Ballagh, opposing both his bill for increase of salaries of county officials and also providing that none but freeholders should be allowed to sign recall petitions: Whereas. E. I. Ballagh, repre sentative from Columbia county iu the state legislature, has in troduced a bill in the legisla ture arbitrarily Increasing the salaries of county officials to the extent of nearly $1000 a year in excess of the amount allowed by the taxpayer's bud get, and; Whereas, said Increase Is against the interests of the tax payers, does not secure to them any more or better service, and was not asked in any open meet ing by the' officials who are to receive the proposed incre...

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. — 14 February 1919

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1919 FRENCH PEOPLE AT CHRISTMAS DINNER Aniprk'an HoMli-m Kntortaln Hchiic m IVopIo of Kraut-e Borgeunt Walden Dtllard, with thn Anwrlun army In France, In thi following Intoreatlng lottor, tell ,a the American boy practiced the (run ChrlHtiiiu spirit by entertain ing hunixluH French peopln. That ill the buy foil better for their good act and that It waa appreciated to the fullest extent, la Indicated In the letter: Sunday, Doo. II, '18. Near Hudun, France, My dear !': Woll, we had quite memorable (Mtrlnt iiium. On tho 23rd a couple of fnllow and myself went down to llur leQuc and bought aome necessary (MirlMntaa supplies, auch as nuts, (Iiii. cigarette, a little fruit aud sum's whio. For l.'hrlstinna we clean ed out an old barn, built floor In It, rut In window and doora, white irMlied the entire Inside (the wullr I were of commit uerman i, null! Utile down euch side and put a large Move In the middle. The entire In side wu decorated with mint h...

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. — 14 February 1919

ST; HELENS MIST FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1919 GOV. LYNCH URGES WEST TO LAST BIG LOAN DRIVE To the Citizeus of the Twelfth Federal Reserve District : The Fifth "Victory" Liberty Loan is in sight. Let us thank Ood that it in not just the Fifth Loan. Victory means the end of the war, the end of loans, the dawn of peace I. ' ' ' I !- "S -l jr ... V-5 ;ss - ' A JAMES K. LYNCH Governor. 12th Federal Reterve District and prosperity. It means that the market price of government bonds will soon stabilize at par or better. It also means that commercial, agri cultural, and industrial affairs will stabilize, and that the llun-inspired clamor will cease. We were advised that the war would last through 15)19, probably through 1920, so we were prepared for that; to have done less would have been suicide. We prepared to crush the Hun on his own ground, and he prudently quit. It cost us some money but it saved the lives of half a million of our men. Was money ever better spent t Now we have bills to pay...

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. — 14 February 1919

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1919 f Jl . ... I Li) ATTRACTIVE HOME OF J. M. BUNT This modern bungalow is on Franklin street in Railroad Addition and is the property of J. M. Bunt. Mr. Bunt is employed at the St. Helens Lumber Company's mill and operates the bandsaw. His faith in St. Helens is demon strated by the fact that he has made a substantial invest ment in a home here. V :.;M.V - ,$S4 t...?,..:.-.rt-...i ... r, vr. .rl RESIDENCE OF MRS. JOHN CONFERS This attractive bungalow is one of the 20 houses built "n "Bungalow Park. It is occupied by Mrs. John Confers md family. They moved to St. Helens almost a year ago, coming from Rainier. The cottage is modern in every respect, has electric lights, sewerage and is situated on a desirable lot. It is quite an addition to "Bunealow Park." RESIDENCE OF E. C. GOING Less than a year ago, Mr. E. G. Going and family left their old home in Kansas and came to St. Helens. Mr. Going, after securing employment at the mill, began to look...

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. — 14 February 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1919 . - - , r i .1 INDUSTRIAL REVIEW Freewater to get 15,000 bank building. Baker Six cars cattle sold here for $18,000. Portland Hogs advance In Tort land to 17."5. Bend G. P. Putnam sells city s only daily to local men. St. Johns Foundation In for woolen mills club houso. Port Umpqua farmers advised to experiment with sorghum. Monmouth to Portland truck line to make tri-weekly runs. Bend Tumalo section petitions for bridge over Deschutes. Work to start on state highways at once; many contracts let. Hubbard creamery has good year; declares 7 per cent dividend. Portland Five ohlps awaiting rudders are ready fo- launching. Baker 18,7000 acres land nna 2000 head of cattle sold for $272, 000. Roseburg Prune crop brought county growers $850,000 this sea son. Dunsmuir Highway unit from this place to Sims completed at cost of $160,000. Portland Grant Highway asso ciation will mark shortest transcon tinental route from Boston to Port land before July ...

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. — 14 February 1919

ST. HELENS MIST, FRI DAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1919 rAHAM LINCOLN lwull'i "Ouv Ksolted or tlis ( umluonceuiHui, duty ii, ther ""y- 1,01,1 dot" inot make nian kiiiio wornout plan, K uh by rote: ir I'm vyuriu uiouius le hIis throw, iohIhk iwuei ciay rrom me unnxliaiiatod Went, tiff untmnieu suspect a nero 1, i.uilfuHt In the strmmtli of I. ami true. Uullfut to Hee ore s miHpnoru 01 mankinu tvml hi charge, but nevei i d to loau. nun niKt'k Docks the peoplu nd to b, ril by siiy cheat of birth, hit clun grained humaii lrl" .... ....- ...1... lire OM1 wmilUHl ui niiiwni, fiirw that outward grace Is fat; 111KI not cniwHn uui 11 ui mire footed mind's unalter- k skill Initio tnniDred will I' nt like psrfnct Btfcl to sprlnic 11I11 and tliurst, v no lonely mountain pnak of ind. Jiik to thin air o'er cloudy! LIST OF TRANSFERS Reported by Columbia County Ab stract Company. February 4 Unorgn OUnn to Carl . JeiiHnn; lund In Ruction 34, TowiiMhlp 4 North, KutiKH 6 WMt f 1,000.00 HmiHon Tlmbnr Co., . to Joh...

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. — 14 February 1919

ST. HELENS MIST, FRI DAY. FEBRUARY 14. 1919 iv , . . . . . -. rv wtw-wWWW Mr. and Mrs. Ed. KlnRsiey 1011 on i Tiipsiiav ior roruauu, nun" TChns been employed at the Sommar- MTCT MlQTINfiS I will make their home. Mr. Klngsley I1 1 t. T M 111 WJ M. AA 1 V W a ' John Powd of the Ynnkton coun. trv was in St. Helens Wednesday. "Mrs. S. 11. Kussell visited friends In Portland Tuesday. Mrs. Edison 1. Ballagh was a Port land shopper Tuesday. T. C. Watts of Keuhen was here "londay on a business mission. Hev. A. U. Spe.tro'w was a Tort land visitor Tuesday.1 Ked Cross will meet Tuesdays and Kridavs of each week. Koom 15, Bank Building. 9-tf James Muckle and his son Wilbur were in St. Helens Monday on a busi ness mission. Representative Edison I. Ballagh came down from Salem Saturday to spend the week end with his family. Mrs. P. K. Hansen returned Sun day from Portland where she visit ed her friend, Mrs. L. H. Combs. Mrs. S. L. Butler of Peer Island, a r-r m vn flirt Mrs" O. A. Mauthe of Vort...

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. — 21 February 1919

i )ecome a Member of , the Chamber of Commerce-Aid in Upbnilding the County OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY iLUME XXXVIII. ST. HELENS, OREGON. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1919 NO. 10 UMBER OF COMMERCE ,.0LDS A BIG MEETING AVE A GOOD PROGRAM nilanrti la Irg" and Manjl Mat ln Arted I'poa Vhe mooting of the St. Helens mbor of Commerce wm a big ire In every tenia. There were nit 70 representative men of Bt. lion In attendance ana ail mem- kid their Interact in matters ,lch would be lor tne benefit or community ana Columbia coun- kfter the reading of the minute ilia previous montlng, rremdent riun called for reports of commit More Now Member Dr. J. H. riynn or the member- hp committee, presented the name 11 men who naa mine eppucaiiou r nieniherhlp and they were fa rablr acted upon. Sherman Mile ported on the progre of getting le paring done on ti e strand and Columbia el rent, eouth from the Helen hotel, lie elo mentioned duplorable condition of the fnt and n...

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. — 21 February 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. Hl Issued Every Friday by THE MIST PrBLlSHlXa OOMPAXT O. D. HEILBORN. .. .Vie President ui Msnsser. B C. MORTON Editor unmrRIPTlOX RATES n.Yer But Months .75 Vnt.mrt bs second-class .-matter, January 10th. 1911. at the Postoffloe t fit Helens. Oregon, under the act of March Srd. 187. COOT! OFFICIAL PAPEU THE NIGGER IS FOCXD "Whom the gods wish to des troy, they first make mad." Elsewhere In the Mist Is publish ed extracts from a letter sent the St. Helens Chamber of Commerce by Senator Norblad. It was the general opinion that there was a "nigger in the woodpile in mis out, auu lad's letter substantiates the opinion. but now the woodpile has begun to fall and as stick by suck arops wun - .I.WU. .hurt tha "nlfPPr" llR- lt sickening tnua. me uiggei gins to show up. and he bears a striking resemblance to Senator A. W. Norblad of Clatsop county. W hen senate bill 190 was brbught to the attention of those interested in Col umbia county, a petition was...

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. — 21 February 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1919 WEKLY LEGISLATIVE Btate Capitol, Salem, Ore., Feb. 17 UK fights wera wed h PMt . - ralMMa nrfinmuul ff,r pe . . . a.i -i t .. 'T. i i- - llute COUniy Vliltiaia. Jiiaia la a od of these bill and a .rowing dla- Ute UIOOll lllfc v mm lurle 01 (our principal aiuia mil- lull a llOUJ Plow U7 urnjiui niai i had aDJ inuwinu ui iuv yrv llloll. Iiyi financial IttttU 0( alMiM in .- Lurr Increasea. He hits aalary graft ftirtll" Plow uj aiu ii mil pass- It glial) not apply to lilt office dur- .. t.riinnnt torm, That atrlkee the .7uVat bolnt In all (alary bllla, that Vrumbenla accepted office for the tttSMIll terra av auiar iisou w law j legislature liaa no moral or legal .1.1 In CIISIHO inrun UI cvuiravi. 1,v ir. IA ..... ft.. Hl)liat IIIH WUIU HI " FUI." out of the morgue of Indefinite io()Diii"nt In the House. Heoate v . ..II ... I .. ..In.nln m .1 ued me oui iu """" " m mid tallora preference In all hiifl emu ovmimi wpwi 11107 can ability to do the w...

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. — 21 February 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRI DAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1919 I correspondence; Mr will WARREN Frank Bealer and Harvey Hay spent Sunday in Portland. - The three Berglund slstei-i of Port land held a family re-unlon at the home of their parents here, Mr. and Mrs. Berglund. . Mrs. Carlton Lewis, formerly ot this place, but now of Portland, spent Monday here on a business trip. The grange warehouse company hare shipped a carload of hay ana the dairy league has a car of feed enroute to supply the farmers here. T Sherman Brothers average ship ments of ner-rly three cars per week ot lumber and will increase their output much more as soon as roads are In better condition. Miss Chase of the schools, spent Sunday in Portland with her par ents. Saturday the grange expects one of the largest meetings in its history. Every member is expected to be pres ent and it is expected a large class will be initiated. The degree team Js preparing some good stunts and a Jolly time is promised. The entet talnment committee a...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
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