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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 7 March 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1919 3 ot" V 3 3 3 8, lod 2 RAINIER lirough has purchased a seven ii(T Cadillac auto una win & line imiiwooii di, iiiuuiin lutHHitnlv. m r. iiruunn iiireuun Willi 111 11,10 on lo mml """ ntiL as noon wwiitiii iMin- H pnrmlt thlt spring. . t . i. i. - t Mimfl nu. iurviiiiniTu mrj m. . .i . H..I..I I na'S in wuni nimiiur nu V . ..ft .. . ....lr n 1 1 H I u .... M irprniMrM UW wiMi irnumft UF I ncn. Mr. linn miu iuiiiii win thmr now nome on me imice )U iVIi l NUII 1 vntu.nn.ij in will Tim worn im ni' m n none tiiu supervlsloa of Chaa. RECLAMATION .notice ok final hcttlementI himmonh PROIECT LARGE 'N the county COURT of the in the cikcuit court of the ....... "r r,uurM ruit STATE OF OREGON rDCI'lll l"lii iiwiii iuuiiinnu tlmt snow im p iidii up iun roei - - r r . it., h. . . i. . . . i .1 l-eH liner u mil" iuriu w iiiu. rvici. mm Highway irarur, was .ally suspended $" nearly a Hammond IKK'nB Company Ing ready to open their CHinp hulilfl- ., . neviow...

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 March 1919

iitct potriAV MAPPTT 7. 1019 rx ' 'I, MIST MISTINGS E. I. Ballagh transacted business In Portland Monday. Joe rnd Ed. Keeiau of Doer Island were here on business Saturday- F. W. Herman, ite Rairler attor ney was here Monday transacting legal business. W. E. Lldyard returned Monday after a ten days Tisit to Seattle and other Puget Sound cities. Mr. and Mr3. Gelv'.n -"compacted by Wm. Aiken we -e TiTtitors r.t the Anto Show in Portland Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Von A. Gray and children were in Portland Sunday and Monday, visitors at the home of Mr. Gray's parents. Manager Smith of the Lib.-rty Theater was in Portland Wednesday looking up good attractions for his popular show house. Mrs. C. 0. Hyie t.-.s in Poi-ilrnd l-t week to see her brot:-er h. is spending a furlough at the Lents home in Piedmont, "ce Is an officer in the C S. Navy, sUtia- ed at Brem erton. Pcul C. Morton, representing Mason, Ehrman & Company rad Lesiter Means, who looks after the interests of the Marshal-Wells Ha...

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 March 1919

rmenian Drive Starts Monday, March 17th-CoIumbia County Quota is $2500 -x. II I V I II I r i - lyl I I t T- - f -i i ' - I. I I I - I I II m 1 I I I OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAFER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY UME XXXVIII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1919 ' NO. 13 ESHIP CONTEST IS STILL IN DOUBT ITE SEEMS WINNER lull III Hands of Portland AtUir- ii,.) Not Received IK're lio will lo the county Judge Ih metier of doubt, but from all filiation rocelvod by tho MIhI, It Am Ciut White ha won round i JuiIko Kuklti in lulu his doclsloa IWOOK ruiuiivo in mo nullum bi were objected to by attorneys kirli hIiIo. 1 ho 'doclsUm wum Court Reporter curl Knut- liut on account or the death ot liollinr, ho was not ahlo to typu i 't, uimI get It In the hands of nyn n m noon as was anticipated. Iim-IhIi. ii, whllo not aV'illr.blo for I'titlon, ims sullied tho mutter of o'.b? which wero luitl aside In Lorount. On good nutliorlty, tho luurnii thi'.l Whlto has won thu round. Attorney Differ...

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 March 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MARCH 14. 1919 Imm4 tier J TrttUj by THE MIST PTMJsHISG CTjMPAM 0 D. HKLBORN Tit Prwideet a&4 Ksasi'f. 1 C. MORTON Editor fU BSORIPTIO BATES m litr ' 50 tx Moaths 75 Eat' at soosd-tisa cattcr. Jssaary l'.a. 1111. at ts rosu-fJe t St. Fta. Orfon, mSr tfca act t Uarcn Ird. 11' COCJTIT omfUL PAPER we kaov that t ha paM Ii'.t! at tstton to their ?f!ertar. We aiao kaosr t.-.t cow e Iel aiaaed of oar B(rlrt. Cm tt barra ierts cf Anbu. th tk:tct of tiooKiE if tell tee ttie of tie Tars br-arallty. Ia yotiE.ta isi ryro taere are hoa.ais ho fent to an, cow starring Miner cannot he:p tie d4. bot moaer. "hlei par ch. a:-3. will fce!p the iirriTcn W:l yoa hear the ea:i Will you t.p to sar aliot foar Eilltou itarrir.jr Christian? Will yoa fc: the cniMra and tab: cf mother aci fa'ien bu'.ehrel by the Tark: The eaxpaijra for ArmeniAC -Syrian relief U sow ta. The !rir. for Col umbia ecsnty be:n Mvsliy. March IT o-is the 2 2nd. The quota for t.-.e eosstr haa been si a'. T...

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 March 1919

INDUSTRIAL REVIEW J WiillowB to got Hawmlll. Wuixlliurn to have a f 10,000 c:tn- HaiTlHburK to got a cold HtoriiKO nt. Monmuulli wr.n'ii gravity wiitn.- iii'iii. I'Vriiiliil" tannery to lio grcutly lurRi'tl. I'luiilliilnn uvorium plant nu-y bo aiiliHlifd nor. KomhII iiIuiih a inoniorlul library to illiiiM mid BiuiorM. itrrclHIiiirt to hnve now up-to-date i thin yinr. rrr. liiii t Brloml pota toes liicd rrmn niro. HiMid Tiiniulo flHli liatclmry In rly runililulud. pii'tul 70 nrre rnrich and 2300 I, h noi l for 7ri.ooo JM;irhrintl Hmll 1 mill and Ibg- iiinriitliMiN to rnHUiua. t'liaiiiin I. Inn county to gut 12 'x iiiivIiik tiiln your. aim 240 Imud of ciittlo ililp- u KaiiHiiH rummy. larrlHlmrg Huy Milling at $28 ii,ii li(r f. o. b. cnr. Yi.llimd Tliinmancl ton bay iicil rrum lur rrrniiy. iniitlllu count y nirrlim fl.OfiO, IblKliway liond Ihhuo. iirimili rildintii cxrIIimI ovi iicctM of oil In vicinity. joiiinoulli V. II. Hny will cpcr- 1 1 1 1 1 1 Hoiiiiiwi'i or here. ikir 2.0 iicrci...

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 March 1919

'ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, MARCH 14. 1919 4 j County News Told by Our Correspondents I . . ? 1 a WARREN One of the liveliest meetings ever held by the cr.tage took plnce Satur day evening. A goodly number were in attendmce. Prof. J. R. Hys lop attended the service, he being a jxanger, and was Intensely interest ed in the splri:ed discussions in dulged in by Albert Freeman, K. F. Larsen and A H. Tarbell, which aroused a deep Interest r.s to tbe wel fare of the grange and its advance ment and create J much amusement for the members. W. Vandershure, Miss Chase and Mrs. J. M. Miller SCAPPOOSE Creek, was In Venonlc Saturday. Mrs. L. A. lingers visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. John Inst Sunday. Miss Wlldu Thrapp of Portland. 1m Joaquin Miller and family of Prescott, spent Sunday with his ... f - I XI XT' 1 ill..- ""lertVc.u.u. "rrPng!here on a vt to her parents, Mr. '"""J1.. , IMr TndMkTirThroop a,l Ana n-.txn iriiuata rt Mr ntlH M TH Ml. Clu're Sunday; also Mr. Saint of Port-! Jh...

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 March 1919

s ..Hi TEACHER'S INSTITUTE HELD AT RAINIER MANY ARE T II RE RE n Intercut Inn nl Instructive I'm Km in In (JIviii ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1919 rim Columbia County Teacher's In- Hiitntft was hold At Rainier on Murch Mli, hikI wim one or ino most buc- cm.rul ever linm in me county. Hx-v-iilns wore present and took part a the meeting. The n lor teacher ii the ciiiinty, Mm. M. W. Hatfield, I h taught noany loriy yoara and In Liiil ynuiiK In the profession ttnil one hnt may ne cinpenuuu upon ana ai- a-n foil ml at nr poHt or fluty. Tho iiilnler iniiciiurn, uiiiirtr ma mid inlorHiilp or Hupnrinionnnnt Uauntt, , ,Tn "on the Job" and did their pnrt n everything nocessary to make tho HiM'tliifC a success. Huporlntniidnnt imlnoii of Hroppncne, asslsto-l hy ,ihn M. Miller of Warren, pllotuo lie teachers from the southeastern rt of the county; (Superintendent Iiik. aided by Professor (llll, woro fo conductors for the St. Helen i iicIiith and those nnnrby; Huperln mill-lit Stroud of d...

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 March 1919

I 1:1 x x I X A. t I x 2 I ft T ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MARCH 14. 1919 m : Mothers and Fathers and Citizens of Columbia County Who Believe in Humanity THE NEAR EA5T TO CIVILIZATION " 3AVE MY CHILDRtN " 400000 Orphans Are Dying! IN ARMENIA, and in the territory immediately adjacent to Armenia, 3,950,000 human 1 beings are today perishing of hunger and exposure. Of these 3,950,000 there are 400.000 orphans. There are in this larger total 1.900,000 widowed mothers with children. The men the husbands and fathers of this vast destitute and perishing host are dead. They did not die in the glory of war. They were murdered ! murdered by Turkish soldiers, murdered in batches of fifty to fifteen thousand-hundreds of thousands of them, their hands tied behind them, murdered because they were Christians: the descendants of the first Christians the peonies who perpetuated through the ages the word of Christ. ' Not all the women and children of these slaughtered men are living. Tens of thousands...

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 March 1919

LIST OF TRANSFERS hieuorted by Columbia County Ab t,rl Company. March 4 ...Hi Trimt Co.. to Liiimol lluncork et ux; Imiu in iwciiuii , i'..nu i lii 7 worm. lunge Wt urn llryant et ux to Ne- .1 Vullnv Tout of kl....ntlnlR! Lot 3. Mock h, Town of lllrkcnfeld . . March B .... (looi-ll & Co.. to FIkS NlelHon, land In Soc- a. Township . ( k'..rll, If II II If O 2 WOBt . . Lis nIdIhoii et ux to Akor- ,,n Uooeh ft t o., lann i, Section 35. Township North, Huiik" 2 Want ml Section 2, Towimlilp it N'nrili. limine 2 West M. Ilellen ot ux to elm. . Anderson ot ux, Ixjts , 3, 4, K, ni!l 6, lllock 4 Veer IhIiiikI. uImo liintt In R.KtloiiH 7 mid H, Town ship 6 North, Itanxu 1 9,'l'Hl March 7 II. (illlee et ux to P. A. Luinhnr: lend In Sections il, 20 mill 21, lownshlp North, HiwiK wosi A. I.umlmr to 0. J. yiii!itK""'ry; land In ctloim 10, ZD on (l 21, fiiwimhlp North, feature 2 Wont n llmirlk Wnlkuma ot x to Leonard Haiirl; Ip.nd li Suction 2U, TownHlilp North, uaiiico 4 west . mule 1". folll...

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 March 1919

g ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MARCH 14. 1919 i ASPHALT LAKE WORLD WONDER Paving Material Taken for Years Supply Vmllmintehed OUR TROOPS IN Efery year J00.000 tons cf asphalt are taseu irom me "" , V"V ' Northern law on tne isiana 01 ranted by the facta. luia naa oeeu fcuius vu long time, supplying material for the paving of streets all over the world; yet the quantity of asphah remaining in the lake hac not been the least bit dimicshed. It is one of the wonders of the world, and scientists lately have been making a special study of it in an effort to find out the origin of the deposit and whv and how it renews itself. The lake is nearly circular in shape. three Sl'MMOXS NORTH RUSSIA' S?.JXWZW?i VMNIA I'Ol'NTY. Mary Stock. I'laintiff, vs. 1 Willitim S. Stock, defendant Colonel George P. Stewart, com manding the American troops in Northern Russia, has Just cr.blod the "T.7.r" . , " . 7.? To William S. Stock, the above nam Russia" were not war- o,..- n rnn Yi.ti Ant liprehv rennired to ID...

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 March 1919

I ST- HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1919 g .AYED WITH SHELLS r,, Soldier Juat Kept a-Prayln' M-Kuniiln' mi lt.lo1iiiK ,..f. i,t hut work In tlia Una L il.n relink uh fervor of negro a which liovtT IB inr iniiii inu i, tul this nspnet of the flght- Liltl occupies a prominent place ),i rcnilliirlHm 01 wuunuuu hkiu ,.r returning to tlilH canton- TlU'lr stories Of inn nnu mm lli'Sl ll)Mll of the tight places were In ro Inged In almost ....... i.v ilia conviction Unit li.linrii Intervened In tlinlr pr- ..if k jiiMi I'rlH spotted UN hull bun ,,..u an" tu n Hum onrregon ret Urt In to a niKln' prayeh meetln" a HiTKount. Pen we oniiuiiieii ,l, l' Hul an win no iwn u ct I..IH H'rll.M. ilry Jes' ske- L'cv'y w'lch wnyii." into CliurK'H waiaer oi mo , liifuiilry. o "ruKln' prayeh " of olio, wbh cited for his ,,, to iimy !n ciirryliiK men under f!rn when ull tlia otliai rH or outfit hud boon kiiieu illlnll'll. j,.M- ki-p' n prnyln' an' a-run . i ..... i. I... .... I.I .... B, a imkik'o ( l,u ' H...

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 March 1919

10 ST. HELENS mtst FRIDAY. MARCH 14,1919 r MIST MISTINOS Mrs. James Ellison was a Portland shopper Monday. Mrs. C. L. Wheeler visited friends. In Portland Monday. H. 8. Mason spent the week end with friends in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Trow of Rainier, were St. Helens visitors Tuesday. James Mueklo, of Portland, a for mer resident of St. Helens was here Monday. Miss Pauline Tanlsen returned Tuesday evening from Portland he spent several days with friends. Miss Arline Portland left Monday for Portland and will take a busi ness course In one of the commer cial institutions there. Thomas Tongue, a prominent at torney of Hillsboro, was In St. Hel ens Tuesday, in connection with the case of the State vs. Knight. The steamer Klamath arrived in Tuesday noon, coming light from San Francisco The vessel will un dergo repairs at the St. Helens ship yard. "Carrying 950,000 feet of lumber and with all passengar accommoda tions taken, the steamer Celilo, sailed Wednesday night for San Pedro. Th...

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 March 1919

nenian Drive Starts Monday, March mil-Columbia County Onota is $2500 OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY IE XXXVIII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1919 NO. 14 SHOWS NEED OF HAGUE OF NATIONS TERFUL ADDRESS IvIIIHtloM N'MIII on ) ill .Nations Hnyn lOilllor Lit Irvine, chief cilllorlul Film nreuon Jonrniil. vhh ll'iil speaker nt tho Chain- . ...,.,.11,,.. IL'...I.. llll'.l'l IIHIVJI.HIft 11II1IWI.1II17 mihlert was "A I.iifrilil of uml lh hundred or mora 1 lieuru lilin III lilH master-t-flliln r.ilitreHH. with r.'ir- liv Ihn Mllllllklir'lt fllllflllfllll'M uml If not already In fnvor rnuit nit lio advocated, were in thn. caime before IiIh ten null 11. kniliiK liln address, Mr. If- fllinentud tin) chuiuher of on llin fine showing they uml tint manifest Interest work itrl iiulillc welfare. (r.Hli'd lli.'it St. Helena and ! county would bn much by having such a body of rlli-d men. JfiN tlim or HI. Helen, j )ker mi Id tluit lie I1111I vlnlt 'polnls Im ...

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 March 1919

Issued Every Friday tiy THK MIST IH1H.1SIIIXG COMPAXI O. D. HEILBORN. . . .Vice Prosldont and Manager. 8. C. MOHTON Editor 8VKHCK1PTIOX 1IATKS One Year Six Months retu-ns. It is gratifying to note that the objector to a road tax U In the minority and that the number of thorn are decreasing as time poes on. Good roads and agriculture are tho foundation stones of Columbia coun ty's prosperity. ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, MARCH 21. 1919 COURT PROCEEDINGS LAYS DLAMK TO WEALTH Entered as second-class matter, January 10th, 1912, at the Postofflce at 8t. Helens, Oregon, under the act of March 3rd, 1879. COUNTY OFFICIAL l'AI'FIl THK HANK THAT KMAKHKll Here's a little extract from the day's news: "Knsson Harp, factory nrlin nf Tnleiln O. lost 110.000. . .fl.50jthe MVingg 0f n lifetime, when a n t nnfiflAnpA ntnn nitrmutilpn mm 1.) draw the money from the bank. Ho placed the money In a strong box and gave the swindler a key. When he opened the box, lie found threo II I ills. He told the police t...

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 March 1919

MEASURES ON THE JUNE BALLOTS RAL GOOD LAWS .MMtllutlonnl anioiiilmmita - nr 111 bd aubmlttml lu Hiltt n'- Hio apodal olocllon Oil Thny nro; . ... . I At .. mirnftrln t In III 1)111 - UOO ff " conHirui.uuH ui ,ovi'lt hlKliwny, loamim irum .i...... 'im roiiNt. till lUiuro- l belli K cuiitliignnt upon tlio ovriiiin'iil MipropnnuiiK a 1 fur Hi" iirpoH. ,1 julnt riwiliitliiil No. 32, InK coiialHUiiumii aiuuuu ormltllnit tlia Hlnto to puy tlio .... iw.mlH IhhiioiI by IrrlKu- tlrlcta fr a period t flvt a Joint ruHiilullon No. 11 nul) Ml iiiiii'liiiiiinni aiiiniiuuiR 10 of nrtlclo XI of tlio con i by iiu:ri:iKlnK the limitation by count I" for ro:ul. Li joint rtmolutlon No. 20, inK an niiH'iinnioiii ainmuum 3 01 ururio iy "i mo cwi . - in Mm luriilliiii of hulillo lyiin bihI oxcrptltiR from the rollttlllliumini ifiuTinivn nil iul n'l rt'coiiHtructlou Iiohpi L Joint nwlutlon No. 3, niili- uii niin'iiilini'iil creating tna of llrulcnniit governor. , Itx 1)111 No. 269. providing for iiHiicliil...

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 March 1919

County News Told by Our Correspondents J1 uf Ta-ia nou. mtr utrtnimtr iivt ft. ?-ttr-u5t: VaTr pvrat uumr tilt UllUllM n" tut iiiciu ciin. tainaaJimF a Alum Kirr-. our. a" tit -Ai-xm. Aiau- L'uujw uiit . 2. mit at L'uthiii nui: nt i'umciT win ai. xX u ymiuf iwnutt v-Juaitmc uuc 4. anciu "rrtv-r-un T u" mcai-. mirurf uiit pun w cu im mn. ""it mil. tuaiHttil-r "terfu mi nt -r-tu rm uut wim irijmiii'i eaiuten. ti t. wr Treuar. uiu. . ar u ee T'liun -"ar-winriH-nn -mr" r-rr lie ul. jr-utinuiii-ttt lut urrur t tn- A! uut Sin Villain. Tuaume-iwat a? ?n-lauit rnteii: fcaiioc "r-tti Air nut Arrt. lomsmm. pu-!j or Atrt. TlUTIlTiHT-WKt. Ala im ant A"r . Iai-hoi m... rhiam ""--sttKt ""-wiiia- a ?"u-"-uuit at fau-.ir-ut- A'u 3r-r:!uiit u' "-tr-ib-iii, -num: Bnunc' T-tix nr ixr-ni iirt. Insaarw- p-?ixi attain- u-v iwil,-nuui-- p tut twins ir tut dmr-itr. uuiiT tin sintTaum a! A:-t. z At 3t-nKl. uassi-.t r lin. 2 1". -in ma A:t itui isuuatta. nr tut-eitte-ainunsr a! phsi o" tut nina nwetni n" iri...

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. — 21 March 1919

ST, HELENS MIST. FRTnA v MARCH 21. 1919 SALi ShSeDEPARTMENT f armifice' we havc accumulated more stock than we want to carry under present conditions, especially is this situation in our store or sale i t Really reduced prices for 8 PU"ing Ur e"tirC St0ck o Shoes and a Sreat maV "nes of Staple Merchandise throughout our entire Ten Days, Saturday, flarch 22 toWednesday, April 2 JVltlntn vl.?r!?y C!Cry 'i"Ckr-fihocs is hiShcr now than il w lt Fall and the best information we can gtt convinces us that there will be no reduction this year at least, so it will be to your advantage to buy now at our reduced prices. . Ladies Waists JO 00 Courgette Cjope Kiln prion $6 00 Crepe tin China Sale price 17 K0 Crepe ilo Cliliio Sale price $7 60 Georgette Crepe Salo price $9 00 Cropn du China Rule price $4.95 $5.20 $6.45 $6.45 $7.75 $2 K0 White I.nwn Snln price $2 00 White Lawn Bulo price $1.75 White Lawn H:iIh price , $1 .60 White I.iiwn Sale price , $1 25 White T.uwn Halo prlco $1.95 $1.65 $1.40 ...

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 March 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1919 TO CROWN YOUTHFUL HEADS C0URT PROCEEDINGS (Continued from page two) lluul District N'. 8 - ... . .... .... tn.. the certificate! urn! amuavn. .... .. - relate thereto, that Mid lioimoa, care iot;f v - Louis "ll,"u,,c Edlln Peters. fl.OO: A. R. relating thereU . tnai 'uJ"i;""d;;. Holmes. $2.00; A. A. Dowllng. $3 BO; war lauf i' ' " nf, stori v. ,,V. ,Tn uJ?,Z tlO.fiO: iWeral Authoring, and (hut U claim-, IS7.95; J. J. Purney, aid to Eneberg tzu.DD; unoua j. iwuunt. t 1 a I. .... 'I A A t iiuy nun IU nuiu, .v.vv, Fluhrpr Kimnllrs to KoBberit. $19. "0 O. W. I'bbelohde. care of Kelbers, $40.00, Page & Anderson, aid to Clia Stock. $25.00; T. M. Hulbert, board: In nrlmnvni I I Sll' K A Rntffer. meals to prisoners, $63.35; Orepon ! cfr, Agricultural college, appropriation, $800.00; F. D. Antrim, Beals weighti and measures, $3.70; St. Helens Mist, printing end supplies to officer?. v ""r?"."." . . .' . isn't 5.i contractors, Mow; i misname . niei ...

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 March 1919

fciIURCH NOTICE hiotltll Cong"'""""-" r . . i. iktiiMh i,a "Wins "" " .... Columbia Streeta lor A. K. 8perow, restor P'. :'u..i,n,l 10:00 a. m. ..In hour. 1 1:00 a. in. jecl, "fhrlHllun Currency." .t.tlaii Kndeavor, 6:80 p. ill. ii Ait lllulmn jct, "The Art of Building ltr. l Service, 7:30 p. m. n....n Wood Uolvln. Leader. clul Chotr; rpheus Club; knlim nour, o " y. .... kind, "The. unsouisn iiiin. krn having splendid services lii.r Come aim worsmp your With uk. Weekly Activities Limuii Club. Monday. 7:30 p. m. lynr Muntlu. Thursday, 7:30 Lr It.ilioprsnl, Frlduy, 8:00 p. IctlKMlliit Episcopal Church Ht Helena ana nouuon Albtirt 8. lllsoy. Pastor nrvlces for next Bundny, 23. will bo at the uuual hours. Eject fur the mornliiK turmoil, wo Bhucklo tho ruture?" For hir. "When the Hoy Came t Friendship class held a well I'd bulnna meeting mm rn the home of Mr. Iluba lllakes full clans greeted Mra. C. K. who had been select! ai tbw br. at the clans hour on Sunday I day morning was a top-no...

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 March 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MARCH 21. 1919 a " ' ARMY RAPIDLY RELEASING MEN 1,10 3.8 10 DEMOBILIZED Dim-harge of Overseas Mon ltoprndM o SlilppInK Coiulitlons RTTTT n TTTNNFI AT XOTlt'K OK FINAL SK .1 ' .? ! IM THE CI KIT IT fOlMIT OP THE uiuwsii """"""j del-sinned that sue nas m '; mhu COl'NTY. Grat llr.Uln France A "for dtalr.b"LT wi-lrl? oi Cora Hoben. Plaintiff. The London Malt announce. CZ IZTaTL J. Hoben. ... tlant. defendant In the Name of the SK'te of Ore- Total demobiliz-itlon aow stands at 1,103.310 men and 71,235 officers! phorus Oennral March said a tew days ago. cnan A total of 1.501.000 men have 1 telephone been ordered demobilized and 305,-1 well OftO have already embarked for 'the home Of the men released 227.000! 000 have actually landed In this coun-try- . General March reveaieu in.-.i ae that the British and French govern- - i'i,i,i. in which court the . - 1. 1.,.. A Anol,lt t. ' - . . - I. I. .. i .. memo ling ofi.ccu .u " - n,mll Htrilt On Of ,11 HI PHIHIB IS w.m.i...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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