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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 21 February 1919

all 3 ej ' ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1919 5 It : " J ITEMS OF INTEREST a TO FARMERS Mmhiiik iM'ucr ruMturm Tim following suggestions fur pas. Hire Improvement ore given by a de pu rt tiictit specialist; Cut or deadon all trees except those needod fur shade and cleur off ,I,H hriiHli and rulibUli. Pusture plant nin not compete with timber, linn Hliuuld decide whether he do- HlrtH wood or pnsture and act ac cordingly- Have tlia shady places on Ilia hlgh , r part of the fluid and not along ruiiiiliiK streams or ponds. Muuti i.Tilllty In lout from grazing lands iicaiiHK thla rule la not more genor lly followed. Kcrllllzu h you would for a good nnadow. Thuie la nothing butter linn an occasional top-drosslng of linliln inn nil re. Thin Hlioulil be ap plied In die ran or winter. Acid piios- lint i"Hl oasic King are very er Iclunt In promoting the growth of unit! grasses ana unvnra and tney n turn tend to crowd out the wends. he weed problem In closely grazed i.inliiroH on rich ...

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. — 21 February 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1919 0 COLUMBIA CO. ROADS IN BAD CONDITION H. J. Lecbner, county agriculturist ho has just returned from an at tempt to TlsK Mist and Hlrkenfeld in Columbia county, reports that the bad roads start immediately on the other side of the Clatsop county Hue. l'e was unable to drive his car oven the Columbia county roads so he transacted his business by telephone. The stretch o( impassable road Is nearly two miles long. The Astoria Astorian. j J. F. Dopplmaier, who has Just , returned from a trip to the Nehalem, j states that the report of the Astorian is correct. It Is almost impossible, he says, to get over the road just north ; of Hlrkenfeld. A lumber mill, which is doing much hauling over the road,' Is attempting to bridge the deepest mud holes and with good weather almost due, Mr. Dopplemaier thinks the road will soon be passable. i It is the main thoroughfare be-1 tween Astoria and Portland, and it' does not appear that It is good busi ness to ...

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. — 21 February 1919

7 y i v! ' . yv:- ' i ,; y.:;vy. ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1919 M:yyyy Si ' -s . . . V V ' - " (, ' yr.v - - V' V...'.'- ; : r- v, ; i -.. 1- Hailing Vnuwl leaving Ht. Helena with Lumber CurB for Houtl Afrtfa. Lumber leaden Bleamer leaving Ht. Helen for Australia. am ;';r- Y:Vy:;;y: . Y lffM y t '-f MP. . - ... f RESIDENCE OF CHARLES PHILLIPS The attractive residence of Charles Phillips is located on "Nob Hill." Mr. Phillips is assistant auditor of the St. Helens Lumber Company and a firm believer in the good future of St. Helens. r- lv-:?YllJYvY' Pm ii!5e,r' ii RESIDENCE OF H. A. CHILDS Probably no one is in better position to judge of real estate values and general business conditions than is a bank cashier. Mr. Childs. the cashier of the First National Bank, soon after coming to St. Helens, bought the attrac tive bungalow shown in the above picture. ;Y':Y;:v;i'-:yn Y&i-Y ; ? RESIDENCE OF JOE HAND Mr. Hand is another one of the newcomers to St. Helens who believes ...

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. — 21 February 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1919 8 'Vhere. now used for dry farming, tu ft, a I vestigated. l ost auu,uuw. f INDUSTRIAL REVIEW : Corvallia-Brownsvllle Cannery H AO., Will PUI Ul Ulg, y luui. the ounty, NOTICK TO CONTRACTORS St. Helens, Oregon, reuruary 7tli 1918 Sealed proposal, addressed to I la fnrthcnminar. Tnuntv Court of Columbia LOU . oro,K cin- Bend may get anotlier sasu anui Oregon, at St. Helena, Oregon, uu .Oregon has 24 J" " Lcor factory. endorsed "Propos.il tor Doing the neries and growers association Koseburg Douglas county fruit Following Work In Columbia Coun Oregon Humane socle ty open brought growers over $1,000.- ty, to-wit: Kock Creek Road at Art J5000 plant for handling and dis-, Qfla I Koarns Place; Hock Creek Koad at posing of abandoned and neglcitea MiKonPlrgt National Bank of Makeley's Place; Nehalem Highway dumb animals at 1 ortianu. ,. Milton and Freewater to erect lis- t Spencer Hill; All In Road District Asiormv " ,nnn hnlldin No 9" will be rece...

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. — 21 February 1919

f ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1919 HGH. SCHOOL NOTES he fl"1 "on," r ove" much he rt'llOI OI ootll Huunnu aim Ky suine P hiw iuumita wvur wnC&Hl CxprtiBnil'U u" iuvor, niiiHt of tliem nre Jubilant, uuinlii'r of new freshmen liitve irel "lilKll," which manna go. - hleh noliool party nnd the ml Ion of ld "frmililoe." i. in the DeKUirmg of a now - 1 1 . i . MnMJ limf 11 fn Ilia bam thnl I' we " vo nvernne 01 ly In dupo' tment an J In our Una we wilt i oaeuiutou iroiu Hie la .... hie U-U-H-B-8? club now hove r in iintc mill are praciiui-ig bbtbi i, .nutlful HoloctlonN. . ii, IiIhIi m'hool rtU'lontN nre look- forward to tl'.e nrontlon of the hH'.li hcIiooi miliums. OBITUARY le Purine- dlud kt tili homo In h. orpKon. jnnuH.y z, mis. r . i . .... Partner Wll DOin in niiuruuiin, roiiiitv. MUhouiI, In 180. He IimI MIhs Mildred Jon In 1915. lonvm a wire una one nine hii.r. Jitnnotto runna-; nuiir molhiir. Mr. and M.-g. W. It. I'nr twn lirothors. Joromo nnil wil. S'liriiior; thre...

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. — 21 February 1919

,,- ' 10 ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1919 MIST MISTINGS ' Mrs. J. R. Ellison and Mrs. Thos. . Isbiste'r were In Portland Tuesday. Mrs S. C. Morton was a I'ortlann visitor Wednesday. ' ' For Sale Buggy and disc harrow. E. Ostrom. Warren, Ore. 10-ll-2t Mrs. Charles Phillips Tlslted with friends in Portland Thursday. Miss Annabelle Isbister spent the week end with friends in Portland. Mrs. A. S. Harison visited Port land friends Tuesday. For Sale A few tons of oat hay. C. R. Miller, Warren, Ore. 10-12-3t Judge W. A. Harris transacted legal business in Portland Tuesday. Red Cross will meet Tuesdays and Fridays of each week. Room 15 Bank Building. adv. 9-tf : George Wilson of the firm of Mor ton & Wilson, transacted business In Portland Monday. Mrs. Mary Myers, mother of Mrs. C. H. Wheeler, is in Portland for a weeks visit. After a visit of ten days with Port land friends and relatives, Miss Amy George has returned to St. Helens. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCormick were in Portlan...

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. — 28 February 1919

e a Member of the Chamber of Commerce-Aid in Upbuilding the County iecom 1 i OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY Ilume XXXVIII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1919 NO. 11 a V 11 I J I I r II I V J (X X ' -r.;S vr- II II - ii o r i I! AMF TAX REPORTS fllllU - Uirr nrrnnr ill Dm 1C ML DLrUlVL liinivvn u EXCUSES FOR ANY m Pmaltltw If Vou Neglort U File ltt and Pay i i.hi,, nit It day, or by tch 16th. every unmarried mon women who earned 11,000 01 re In the calender year 1918. and ry married pourton whose Incuine milled to 12.000 or more, niuitt i a federal report o( hla Income the federal revenue collector of illxlrlct. ' Milton A. Miller la col- r of this dint rlct and It let office uatomi uuiming at Commission to International Legislation of Labor which met in Paris, February 12 y,r of thin dint Ei the U. B. Cu Jlland. UliouKh there waa an Income man In Kt. Helena for two daya week, there were many who did call on lilm and have the Income proK...

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. — 28 February 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 28. 1919 Issued Kvery Friday by THE MIST I'tltl ISH1XG COMPAXl O. D. HEILBORN Vice President and ilanager. S. C. MORTON Editor NIT.St HIPTIOX KATKS One Year .'.f l.!W Six Months 75 Entered as seeond-clas matter. January 10th. 1912. t the Postofflee at St. Helen. Orecou. under the act of March 3rd. tSTS. a t;toi snj;!no ? t f At the request of tin Astoria labor KUMMOXN . , , ,, . i iW.r ' union, ssenaior .wrmsv -. i. iitr unu i ui i i lie American twt-.w. ... . , hm , nrnhnM i,lie women from: BT ITS'. iW 1UEK1NI Villi l'OL-t ... baa asked that immigration be lor-. f restaurants operated by ' i-MHIA COl'NTY. I bir.den for nl least tour years aut-r , or()nta, s,.ni,Ior Bauks. OIK Joint yUam . Numan. Plaintiff j U.o Close pi oie " ' "1mm inr bitterly onnosed the bill ami i i. senator, omen, umiui..-. . ...... ib. peace, on t ie pr 'uuii '. " ' , .- defeated. It was a case of . rsrPlui M Numan. Defoliant. Ill l utiru .i.i..., - . n,lvnnt.irA. - n ..........

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 28 February 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRI DAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1919 3 ROOSEVELT HELD HIGH TOKCH OF AMERICANISM New Y o r k Charles Kvini Hughes, addressing the Republican vliil) of New York City on KooHoveit Memorial Day, gave an eloiuo:it and careful analysis of Colonel Itooso vult'i crowded career but pronounced IiIh lust four and a halt yearn the most useful and the niont valuuble of IiIh Ufa. HoosoYt.lt was one of tho first," said Mr. Hughes, "to appreciate Hie hlgnlflcance of the great war and our duty. 11 It ioul revolted at the wrongs of llolglum and he poured out the vIiiIk of I'1" acorn upon the neutrality which Ignored the call of humanity aud sucrlflcod tho self-respect of the American republic. "When the l.usltunla wan aunk, In Muy, IK 1 5. he demanded action with 'immediate declNlon and vlgor.VCen lurles have passed,' he auld, 'since Bny war vesHiil of a civilized powei ha shown such ruthless brutality tuwsrd non-comblttant and especial ly toward women and children.' None of the 'old-time pira...

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. — 28 February 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1919 "correspondence WARREN Saturday's grange meeting was ex ceptionally well attended and a class of five new members were Initiated Mr and Mrs. E. F. Olander, Mr. and Mrs. Sodesberg and F. L. Bowles The orchestra has been reorganized under P. A. Hoyt and will soon be up to its former standard. . An open . meeting, social and entertainment will be held on March 22 at which time it is expected all the St. Helens Chamber of Commerce will attend en masse. The entertainment com mittee are making extensive pre parations to entertain the St. Helens boosters and every member of the tailing at the local stores here for 12.36 per sack of 80 pounds or $68.60 per ton. The warehouse com pany handle to their members for $48 per ton, which makes a great saving to the cousumer. SCAPPOOSE Dan Freeman has piano. I Mrs. Capies has noen visum hi , daughter, Mrs. Shrieve, in Ttlla- mcok. Orvllle Garrison, member of the 91st division, expects to sail not Inter than...

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. — 28 February 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRI DAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1919 I. . '.1;;Vv"i"v:, (OAKTWIHK KTMMKIl T K I'.H IMTHI, ma hti:.mi:k kicckssitixv i..uxnn:i fkom thk HT. lll-XK.Ntt Mllll'JtllI.I)l(; COMIWXVH V.AKDH flnw ES'cgTOV cmrom air SMI 1 v!N?-:fe fr ' : .1 RESIDENCE OF CHARLES L. WHEELER This modem residence is on Nob Hill and overlooks the river. Mr. Wheeler, whose former home was in Port land, thought St. Helens the "best bet" so sold his Port land property and built a home here. Mr. Wheeler is lum ber and land salesman for the St. Helens Lumber Com pany and also vice-president of the St. Helens Chamber of Commerce. r. t COTTAGE OF FRED CLENDENNINQ Mr. Clcndenning and family recently came to St. Hel enn from Kelso, Washington. He had been here enly a few days before he purchased a home in Bungalow Park. He is employed at the yards of the St. Helens Ship .mild-1 'ng Company. ,V1 i f p wis: ius: 9 tNnl RESIDENCE OF R. H. KENNEY The owner of this neat and attractive cottage which is located in Railro...

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. — 28 February 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 28. 1919 INDUSTRIAL REVIEW 'suffrage votes of ! wilson's congresses Albany Sawmills p Linn county active; old mill recpenlK near Scfcn two plnU busy on co-tiracta at Waterloo. Corvallls Cannery for Beaton county now assured; plant to b rushed; will cost about $10,000. North Bend Mountain States Power Co.. moving Its plant to this city- ... Sclo condensery pays $20,000 h for milk a ad labor. To!edOT-01J sawmill plant here: petting ready to operate NOTICE TO OONTR.UTOI'J St. Helens. Oregon, reoruary 7tli. 11- . . ... I Sealed proposals, cddressea 10 iuk February 3, 11 Controlling County Court of Columbia County, house by majority of 190. democrats 0re(?on at st Helens. Oregon, and In caucus decide not to let. suffrage endorsed "Proposal for Doing the amendment be brought before p0owing Work In Columbia Coun house. , . !ty. to-wit: Rock Creek Koad at Art March IS. Susan B. Antji i Kearnl place; Rock Creek Koad at ony amendment forced to vote j uiakeley...

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. — 28 February 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 28. 1919 T7 T.' V II 14 I k I IM IVI U K K l I . INC THfcilK rKUUUtTS mw11 I'ouHrynieu Take Hli-m 1 Fell iHiH'raiivrijr ('o-(ii)nrBtlve marketing of egg nil poultry, backed by tho slule uml atlnliiil governments, wuh iiiii puucy utllnod by the Oregon 1'oultry Pro- ueern HBOciunon at n lacuna an mil meeting lit CorvulllH. A board f 10 director! wn unpointed to Hike Invent iRutlonH unit recominen ullium looking to tlicie emli. . I'ruotlcully all member were li Uvor of niurketlng ro-operntlvely If Hound DiiHineHi organization cun formed," ay ('. 8. Ilrewter, nu llury. 'Tlwy revlHed tlie coimtltu lnH 11 ii 'I appointed a board of pnirtl k poultrymen to take all neceimar ,pn to nnng u aooui. A niwilution wna unnnlmouHly Iiiptod petitioning the Hecretary pi rlcultiire to Include $200,000 In onllmiitea for 1ZU to continue , federal poultry exteniilon work, nthi'r rwolutlon petition tlie chief the IT. 8. bureau of niurkctH to ovlde for an Invent gallon of p...

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. — 28 February 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAYFEBRUARY 28, 1919 t Spring Millinery and Hats The Charm of Spring is expressed in our line of Beauti ful HATS ami MILLINERY. There are inanv different colors and smart models in different styles and our show ing is well worth your attention. Our Hats are specially created for immediate and early Spring wear and they are moderately priced 0Q.JQ (JO Make the Feet Comfortable We have just received a large shipment of SHOES, for the grownups, children and kiddies. The Child's and Boy's Army last Shoe is serviceable and will give comfort and satisfaction. They are J.J 15"$5 00 For the Ladies we have a Chocolate Brown Shoe; all widths and sizes. Comfortable and dressy and a Rood value at this tQ OC price fQ.lii For Young Ladies and the Larger Children, we have a neat Shoe in a common sense style. They will wear well and are a tC Cf) bargain at JU.JU Taber's Variety Store ST. HELENS, OREGON WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE flTi Liberty Theatre THE HOME OF GOOD PICTURES T...

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. — 7 March 1919

Become a Member of the Chamber of Commerce-Aid in DpbnildiDfj the County OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY Vdlume XXXVIII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1919 NO. 12 i IT to, r or FOR TERESTING MEETING OF HAMBER OF COMMERCE ANY IN ATTENDANCE Litem of IiiUtchI lo Kut Ire County Ar IMhciiwI mikI Acted I miii M hull to noli then 1 rating. Aii a further (or.-i.t being taken In I r J. H. Flynn of the intlilttoe presented til inter nt 11:00 o' Secretary K. II. jhlniites of the r That Interest In Bt. Helens and lliimhln county and the pnHHlhlllty further development of tlin county the key nolo of tlin SI. Helens umiher of Commerce, wiih fully mount rated Wednesday night lien moro thp.n 100 members of the iiiniher gathered at the Odd Fel M hull to hold their bi-monthly proof of the the chninlmr, II uiPtnliorHhlp tllA nnrtieN nl iin who wished to heroine member. Iny with accepted anil tho mem ershlp uf tlin chamber I now 122. 'riMcnt called the mee,lng ...

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. — 7 March 1919

iMued Kvery Friday by TUB MIST n nUSHINQ COMPANY O. D. HEILBORN. .. .Vice President and Manager. S. C. MORTON Editor sriiscRirTiojr katks One Year $1.0 Six Months 78 Entered as second-class mattor, January 10th, 1912. at tlie Postofflce at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act of March 3rd, 1879. COCNTT OFFICIAL PAPER would bring In revenue to the amount of a billion dollars one fourth of the Inst Liberty loan. In addition to obtaining revenue, an other purpose would be served; the government could definitely local all unnaturalized aliens, nnd could bring about the naturalization of others who would otherwise remain aliens, both legally and morally. If such a law were passed, It would rot, of course, apply to aliens here only temporarily, but those, who Ilk, the man who applied to Dr. Wado for help in making out his military es emptlon papers and stated he had been In America for 34 years and had not become a citizen aud wished to -bo allowed to remain in America cn account of the good...

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. — 7 March 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRI DAY. MARCH 7. 1919 1 m i BINET OFFICIALS SAVE SONS AT rKUNT Llilciit'a Hon-ln-I-aw Aloun Near jHUKr m i. n. y - a woracr By Snell Smith iiHlilnKton Representative Royal Julinaon of Boutlt Dakota, who Inied a a prlvatn In January, H( and earned a firm iieuieiiuucy tlm hutlleflelda of Prance, com- h die lieuua of the ureaent demo- ii! adinlnlatrallon to tlto roya. ilv of Germany In that they Imvj ,.r permitted their aoui to got It on the firing line. 1 regret, " JonnHon in a ch to I' in colleaKUOH in the Ijhi), "inni ii in inipoHiioie 10 koi tliluK iroin inn niiiniiiiHiraiion Hie doughboy necauite no ion 01 Itlvii of anyone lutlinately con- k.ul will! H wan auuweu 10 mkiii. Liu are facta ami you migni u fi meet them, anil It U a ahume h iIikho clan-cut American boy o prevented by their latnera ami lim and the admlnlNtratlon hole VuhIiIiikIoii from K"ttliiK Into b-t- u they woirld Iiuvb preferred to It la an SntraKe tal tuoy were imrmlttml to mnko tho aamo - . ... ...

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 March 1919

4 ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. MARCH 7. 1919 I CORRESPONDENCE J SCAPPOOSE Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sandstiom spoilt Saturday and Sunday lu Goble. Mrs. Robert McKay Is confined to her home, with ulcers on the veins. Cal Weaver has accented a posi tion In Sheridan, and left this week. Mrs. Weaver will leave in a week or SO Mrs E. M. Watts is having a new fence along her property on the high wav. It is quite on Improvement. Mrs. M. Townsend of Sheridan, Oregon, a sister of 0. D. Garrisou, was visiting here this week. W. E. Stevens has purchased a new Velie car. Charles Wikstrom Is demonstrat ing a tractor. 'Waterloo Boy." He hss the agency. The Ladies Aid had an iateresting meeting last Thursday. After the business hour a social time was en joyed. Mrs. Grant Watts. Mrs. Cooke, Burl Smith, Marguerite Smith ana Mr. Ogle were at the Helig Wednes day evening and heard May Peter son. The Oregon Dairyman's league meeting last Tuesday, resulted in having their own plant in Portland. It Is now under w...

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 March 1919

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1019 1ST OF TRANSFERS nrlvA by Columbia County Ab-Company. ubruiiry 1 ,i!lr t at to AdUia Klmbla; 'anil Jn Boc- 20, TOWiijiiiip I t,t, KUIIK8 2 WOHl . IV. UU P IK f JollllMon luwiinuuu I io Krnent John Innd in Suction 1 Bnctlon 13 anil 24, nulilp' North, Hange k,mt ie.vvv.vv jdlinwin 10 Aiimn lohnnon, land In Boo ' .. 17 TV. I. In t ft nidi l u " ii aui Lirtli, Hungo 1 Went. JuIiiihihi to ErnKt tiMiii, iiina in ni'cimn i . n ki . TowllHiiip o rturin, . t Wont, Boctlon iid H. Towrmlilp kr,, h.iiik . l:-.tiiwn 'l i o , Johnnon, mini in I, in 31, TowriHhlp 7 li, limine 3 Wer.t . . unary 20 Mnrlll tt x to A. I-. . mlmhilHtralor. lot luck 6. Iiwr IHlnnu I.uinmtr i o.. l)(IVUlOl)UiU'lt Unction 16. North, 2 WllBt STATE OK Hl-'.M.HOXH OKEOON ) ) BK Coniblnatlon torvica at Iloulton,! 2:00 p. m. Epworth Leu'KUH, 6:30 p. m KvfliiliiK BurvicflK, 7:30 d. m. County of Columlilu ) Hormon aubjnct.for morning, ''In-i IN THE Cllt'TIT COVHI OK COli DHtmnt In The Klnml...

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 March 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MARCH 7. 1919 J INDUSTRIAL REVIEW . J Contract let for paving 3630 feel Seaside highway. Work begun on Hood Rlver-Mos-ter state highway. Pendleton St. Anthony' hospital to have $100,000 addition. Oregon legislature made liberal appropriations for salmon industry. Portland Seven ships totalling 40,000 tons launched last week. North Portland Factories, mills and other enterprises in the Penin sula industrial district at North Port land .during 1918 did a total business of 112.262,000. North Portland The Portland Cattle Loan company, the Columbia 3asin Wool warehouse and the Live Stock State bank of this place, dur ing 1918, loaned to farmers and to itockmen of the northwest, 159, 500.000. Oreeon legislature unanimous against government operative rail-j roads. Salem $28,000,000 In sight foi j Oregon highways Tor next tnree years. Dallas Polk county co-operative warehouse makes 6 per cent divi dend. Leading livestock men In Oregou. Idaho, Washington and Montana ...

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