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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 21 March 1919

frER IS HELD BY GOVERNMENT .In of butter held In storage In iltfd Htste. by the Army and id allM governuiont. on Kub- 1 Kit. re reported to tlt u'f Murkola a. 13,796,954 , The holding year ago ouch smaller and are estimated v m 3,000,000 to 4,000,000 I The total stocks of crenm II tor In cold storage reported llun'ivu of Murketa for tho en )iiniry for Kobrurry 1, 19 1, I.mI to 36,8 1 6.7D3 pounda, as rinl with 26, 725, RIG pound nr. According to those figures poiiniN of butter hold In cola to nHliin irom uio nuiuuig. ot fitiy, Navy, nnd allied uovorn- nru auuma'tiiiiiiy mo auiiie ior bu yi'itr.. RECIPES The Comal omn State, were worth over I .000 Oou U $FW1MK vvu 10 llie runner, who rul.ed iheiL BTiTt. ,r l;ol"T OK THE n 1918. Th. product of th... I 'T. f,"? "K "Ll.EON FOR COU -"""" iuirr, uiiuur me Not ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MARCH 21, 1919 together, Ml 1 n I m . .. ior i.n, out, while the price. undnr.iJn u'n that the of wia f the cereals were lower" mta?.7ri,w ''." b"en Wlm-d ad...

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 March 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1919 I MIST MISTINGS - - .. I t,...!.! f c.x.it la nml John WWWr i a uii mn niBtr M initrini uhiii-i ,1 vk k tenden't of the Congregation 1'hurch ' Joseph Cllfoy of Portland, were ' i-i.i.,r. ,nj l.inh.i untied In mnrrlace by Judtte r . was here Thursday and held a meet-: llaien Thursday afternoon. Aiding A A A A A a A In with the members of the ton- cupm is pew urn iu . vmiOrslioven cnlertaln- Mr. J T. T.W lH.ctl h... rregational Church with a view of for the JudRe. ana 0M"" ) ,,,. A number Bess In Portland. Wednesday. j : - , -ore commod- f 7 were present .nr. ana airs, iiuam itusseu vis-, -" t-- .... . nwnii were wrvi'ii m..j. . r.....i j -..j ! I.en Hall of the Nehalem valley ... ,i f.irmer St ,""" . .. . vu intims iu luiuauu ucuuciai. . .... vn-tilfcu n. - , , . ('1,11,1a "ftve H n n ! Mrs. J. R. Hobbs was a Portland i country, was In ht. Helens ttednes- ,,oU.ns ,,,., was here Tuesday for a Mr Ji 1 " ' M ,.rrry Mr visitor Thursday. jday. He in...

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 March 1919

jii't Fail To Set Your Clock Back One Hour on Sunday. March 30th, at 2 a. m. i .. 1 OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY MH XXXVIII. PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1919 ONY PREVAILS IT COUNCIL MEETING FATHERS UNITED Take I'recoOoliifi Over el All Are Hallxf k hon hi- mill Uiislon had ni hil council mooting Monday t.-v would havit decided they k iniiitltiTH. fur '.!o mayor liirllmi'ii wore tlio poronlfi I iiilliiniiiH, mill, niipuri'iiily, iiKhl ni'.ro of tlm other fill ings than li illil of hlii own. cam' of "Mr. Mayor, whul ii ilo" iiml "will, hoy. II In hi." and thorn wasn't llsconl lo mar the harmony tliiK V bother It wr bo ll of the cotiticllmon would In' uiiil mayor wished u fc-in nil courtesy possible ilur lail lui'iil Iiikk t.t thn hotly, it din rontirll, tired of ri'Hnlvt'il to innkn th last lilnt: n iiliMiH'.ini for Ml ron i' Mint Ih uiiuhln U Ky, hut to. AIhoiisfl mill (liiHlon tn liarki'il off tli borrd rehouse for Xcw IfcM'k lliiuui M...

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 March 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MARCH 28. 1919 Issued Kvery Friday by TUB JUST ri BUSIUNQ COMPANY O. D. HEILBORN....VIce Fresldont and Managor. 6. C. MORTON Editor SniSCIUITlOX KATES One Year fl.RO Six Months 7ft Entered aa second-cluss matter, January 10th, 1912, at tlio PostofHre at St. Helena, Oregon, under tlie act ot March 3rd. 1879. COUXTr OFFICIAL IMPEH THE BOYS AltE (X)MIXG BACK All of ua have heard the sentimen tal ditty "When the Boys Come Back." It told the boy over there that when he arrived home, his sweetheart would bo there to meet him. The brass bard would be out and a parade through tho streets, v.hich would be lined by enthusiastic people, would give him an idea as to how glad people wen to see him. It's great stuff, and for the time being, will make the soldlor boy happy. But when the pr.rade Is over, the brass band has cea.sed to play pa triotic tunes, the brnquet has been f'nished and the home people have wended their way homeward, tho soldier begins to think about the...

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. — 28 March 1919

k.rr-t? Anns PROFITS DAIRYMAN'S KITORT t.uiy 0HTalr IUMirU (Jain Miilily " ray!"" LH iiulrynmn aro entitled )alr profit on tlmlr Investment ii,r liut l not tulr to con I of'dnlry product to be taxed LK,fU production. comments rcKonhiii. Dairymen are todny riK to the value of scientific ih of production !n cheapening ('"'wo yi'r' time my cream Iiiih Increased from 1142 to a moiiili from the ircnia nuin I rw," write" a I.liin county L- ..i iim iimllnir nssncintlon. bwa Increased In milk yiold 80 ii h a result of Improved rn-i f and "when fed your rations yielding 32 pound of milk In-: Jo id 4 2 pounds," are other re- f,f Oregon dairymen. MllnK. breed III K, record-keeping, and tcxtlng, marketing and Gum-hit I i. ore some of the reduction facto-a placed on a ific IhIi by dairy limn eo-oper-; Villi tli federal department of Ituro and the state aijrlcul-l gollcge. ... I of tno tiling none are nun-i 4 Mucker cowh to '.ho butclier, 1 I pure-bred bull fo asso , nieiubern. crectlnK 41 silos....

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 March 1919

ST. HELENS PRTDAY. MARCH 28, County News Told by Our Correspondents WARREN SCAPPOOSE Mra. Jane Armstrong of Scappoose spent Sunday with Mrs. John Farr. after attending the "Get Together" meeting on Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Fri:i Aniiker of Goble attended the "Get Together" affair here. Kritt says, "you must hand It to Warren," and there la a low voice that adds "ladies." J. A. Bacon was ''chef" at the event Saturday night. Mrs. Bacon cays she taught Jim early In life, how to make coffee, but he claims much credit by being an apt scholar. Warren grange members exhibited i the spirit with which they were Im-1 bued on Saturday night when they entertained the leading citizens of the southern part of Columbia county. There never was such a crowd and never was such a spirit j of equality, or soclalibility shown as ! was exhibited there. The barrier that has heretofore been existing be tween the farmer and merchant will surely be eliminated by such "get together" events of which Warreu...

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 March 1919

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. MARCH 28, 1919 introducing the Latest Styles in Women's Apparel JULARD AND GEORGETTE IN THE MILLINER'S WINDOW V mm 5?iV Alt $M I'll w J -.'-...i-rgS w r 4 ' n III fmilnrd ft I id plain georgette rkH. SoitK't t iix'M mi underskirt Hllk iMiikci u fnuiidiitliin, ii h lu )V ii'luri'il here. Tllltt mirlllu'N llhU nr u,,,l. II.. re nr., thritik l...,n j designed for tliu younger woman. At , tho top a dress hnl of l,nil. t,i,j i Keorgctte; nt III.) bottom n street hut jof lutlu mill IicuiIh, mill between thfin , a sciuldress lmt brightened by rllil.oo ' and flower. NEW THREE-PIECE SUIT VlWINR UTILITY FRflP.K I W4 i fft am ii "tin t lits Mm of rlinrm and vmlilni'il In a frock, niiiiio Hgllcr IlIlH IINI'll Kuril simple Irlrnt, Niitln and lump lm-"li'-.v have been put together lllfnlly In a dress Hint will n tin- young wotniin who re-1-rvWvslilc clothes and IunIsM i' I style in tiiiMu. SUMMER AFTERNOONS Here In nno of Hume tlin-c pli'cj ult In which a mi tin tnlildy b...

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 March 1919

it 2 I 1 Si P J ft I 1 I I 3 9 4 f ST. 1"" utct FRIDAY. MARCH 28. 1919 FARM NOTES ft L4k A A A A A r Farm Help Grow Scarce A very large call for trained farm help is experienced even at this early date, reports J. W. Brewer, farm fcolp specialist for the federal anl (). A. C. agricultural extension. "If this Is the condition now, what will be the situation when spring work Is on In full blast md farmers need help In a hurry?" he asks. "Many persona predicted a large surplus ot all kinds of labor, and thought help would ba easy to gf t. Send your ap plications to our Portland office and tell particularly w'lat kind of work you want done." Testing Picks Good Cowl The 600 cows teited In Oregon In November averaged 656 pounds ot milk carrying 27.16 pounds fat. The best herd averaged 779 pounds of milk with 46.8$ rounds fat. The best cow gave 1612 pounds of milk carrying 76.60 pounds fat. Her rec ord in milk was 2 times and In fat almost three times that of thu average untested row, six ...

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 March 1919

i T ARM NOTES r .i.tAOl, V Hv l. I T-" " foiNiY A'.tnr j A W A A A M if IVrllllwr Arrive L......II .if IrllllH Vll1' ll'lOK- Ltlllr.nr conducted liu.l ye-ir, mi Increase vi u wfi 01 nil 2 Vi ("' (f c"r" "lli'K" .. ..r,. iiiif'iirii.l. l'ia fatiiiom h'liir arn to use n full cr.r of E 'i iiU in Itself In a Hiniill lut, tho entire amount rusts 10, or $2H T Ion lulil ilown ilinly. The gain olitalnml In ri iiiiuIh by thn nppllfallon bunds tier aero. I t-iitlrn rur wore to lie used ii ut tliU sumo rHta mill un Ur 10 sucks per 100 (ioiuicIm I ilin toiiil Increase In yield liuitv, would lit) 4000 MMckn Tl. ...... U I tl K . .,...L ike tln results worth $5000, to I. Tim result In other roniuratlve. I other fertllDiers nave heen In tint county with only I generally unprofitable rn Ik mmIIm of western Drcvoti fully low In nlioHpliutcH mul III li'llll'llt tllMl HllOUIll llU other fertlllxora may heln Jirt Khoulil not lin carried riiliuloiiH ailvurtlHliiK tniit mily whnt the soil actually L-m I'...

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 March 1919

s I 1 1 13 i it,- us 1 Si ! a ft i I If "3 3 1 4 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MAI?CH 28, 1919 I INDUSTRIAL REVIEW BLOUSE IN SLIP-ON STYLE Bend to get new theatre this sum mer. Druruuiond New bank establish ed here. Salein $500,000 paper mill to be established here. Portland macaroni factory has 203 barrol per day drier. Sutherlm Cannery and iruit drier to be built heie. Portland school toard wili cut out school caffeterl; s. Sutherlin New ainnery incor porated here for $iii.u00. Pendleton to get 125.000 stand ard Oil distributing station. Marshfield Coos county dairymen organize to better their herds. Salem State fair grounds to be lauding place for airplane fleet. Astoria Clatsop county cranber ries averaged 35 bushels to thi tew, Portland N. W. Steel Co., author ized to finish two more steel ships. Bend Immediate construction to begin on The Dalles-California high way. Kcho Contract let to Warren ompany for 11,000,000 irrigation project. Reed sport and Smith Kiver to b connected by Sm...

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. — 28 March 1919

of ITS OF LUMP SUMS ILLBK ELIMINATED an JmmI Will l'ro Mil to I (iy Himll Smith) ti,.i..n. March 27 Olio It reforms lnntlt utn.I by the .. when Ihiy lako ehnrg- , Congress lit the special will l the diminution of tho I... ..i.nrnorlallotm which are F,n tlm source of much of tho Kimro Hi"'' waste of tho pres plnlslMllon. HKiitntlvo Jamea W. Good, ol iialrmim of tho House Appro in Committee, who In plnn fthormir" overhauling of all Venial expenditures, declares uii:r'BM will no longer permit biliiit to receive upon hi (pii-Ht h ii I'll lump sums k io.OiiO fr foot! for F.uropo similar miiouiit for war fix v. Nor In ho I" I a lump huiii a requested, taking of tho nixt census. Ho Li .'h lllllll H till 1 1 llO AI'llH- IiIimI for. mill tlilH will Im H,y of tho entire npproprla fciiiiiiltioo. (loud says; UK "n ix"11 " w "iiuuim " kill find tho heavy burden of L tains mill will lase n more hlrri'Ht Hi too worn oi oii- 'rniil tlnm will romo n iiinwy fur retrenchment mnl orono I oritur to make...

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. — 28 March 1919

ST. HELENS AY- MARCH 28. H, 10 MIST MISTINOS J. E. Ramsey transacted business In Rainier Tuesday. Arthur Counaher visited with friends In Portland Sunday. Mr. r.nd Mrs. C. O. Hyde spent Sun day with friends and relatives in Portland. J. H. Thatcher of the Club Clgai store, was a business visitor in Port land Tuesday. Louis Fluhrer, a prominent rest dent of Mayger, was a St. Helens visitor Tuesday. Caly Stanwood has been ill for several days with bronchitis. He is much better now. Mrs. C. H. Johns of Portland, was here this week visiting with her sis ter, Mrs. William Muckle. Mrs. George Brlnn returned Wed nesday night from :i short business trip In the Willamette valley. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Scott, accom panied by Mrs. H. A. Chllds, motor ed to Portland for the week end. V. S. DeSpal'i was In Portland on Wednesday and attended the meet ing of the sta'e highwr.y commis sion. Superintendent Robert Cole of the St. Helens Light & Power Company was a business visitor in Portland Wedne...

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. — 4 April 1919

iv ii fix i r OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY IME XXXVIII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1919 NO. 16 VS HARRISON 41 Vi T COUNCIL MEETING KD CONTROVERSY kn( ( Itlrix Hv(. Omlrovemy ftiiiili Mayor I Mkm 1'nrt V it y I'oincil niiit In regular .vtiiiiay nigm. ny ouicera were: Mayor Magnus Huxon; bum Allen, Chapman r.nd Mc- MarHli."! Potter and t it y At W. Hay. Spectators present i artmn wua opened lo the re: J 11. tiolfroy, J. II. CIiud. McCauley, l'. 8. I)n p. C. Caasatt, M. K. ilaxon, kpman, W. J. Fullorton, Wm. K. oo;ir. ( harloa Wheol- L lliirrlnim, I,. Cooper, L. J. iivon, Frank (.Jeorgo nil ,jiIht who fathered to wit he Interesting proceedings Uiiiy know the mayor and would f u rn lull for tho odlfl- ir entertainment of tho fun- ii 1.1 lo. r Illinium, llulley or (tin mi tten t for tl!i Hiils-r'l ito ng- hud been preaent, ivrul nfrii'liil (,-i'iitlri. oil Kliil Ilia V who furnished part of tlm leu I. w:miI(I tinvo been grub- htud placed be...

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. — 4 April 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1919 Issued Every Friday by TUB MI8T n nUSlIIXQ COMPANT O. D. HEILBORN. ...Vice President and Manager. S. C. MORTON Editor arascKiPTiojr batks One Year !. 8ii Month Entered as seoond-elass matter, January 10th. 1912. at the Tostofnce at St. Helens, Oregon, under tlie act of March 3rd, 1S79. COCNTT OFFIClAIi PAPKlt CHAMMR OF COMMIUCI A FVUi DAY'S WOBK What In a full day's work? We hoar a lot of talk of the eight hour day, but the clock does noi measure a full day's work. Some do more work In sevea hours than others do in ten. We hear more tr lk of the mini mum wage, but tin- pay envelope does not measure a full dny's work. Some do little wor1: and get large pay; others do niuci work and get little pay and all of us think we are In the latter clats. The only Judge of whether we are doing p. full day's work is ourselves, and wo can't judge fairly unless we are honest. We may be satlsiying our boss, our family, and even ourselves, bur unless we are exer...

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. — 4 April 1919

RIOT OF BILLIONS" r ON BY DEMOCRACY I TREASURY A SIEVE I I " uruiiKisn Hiillor, how- y f H.-...!ln niil Htf liijvT pro.llKiil, ,hm i.v..r f,,K ,.. jlHl...y mmim-wi Will. II. ''"l,"1Hf rl,ll!1"" r,,, kl"H ..IhiimIo,, t will) whlt'll hi II, ma .v i.. thrift ilinlrilHtrnllcm, for It Ih own iiionoy , H iirwlllB million. and l,iiin foP which Im i IruH.on. .,j ,H of vlow rackliwMum. f conH.u.,nc.,H am,' prlnei. y contempt for n,oi,y r ' UMiii Im horn .r .... ... " ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. APRIL 4. 1919 ip- ah t kit, KHliHim Ari.inr i upper,; llnlloil HliiM'ii Himntor from I 'ruHimm of tlio tuition i.. .. uIkiiiIiI irll,l.i III flit... IIumuikiwIu II . .. Arthur Ciippor.r ",,n "l'"t ly II,,, ' " KKUITOKH Hl'.MMONH INHTA rC.(T)HNTY COlJKT OF THE;iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE fiLmf ?K OUKN Kok COL- ?,TATE W KE(ION FOR COL UMU1A COUNTY. I UMUIA COUNTY. Ill tll Mflltn.. .. .1.- m . . - I flOautn M .. I ifn ii. .. .. mwW or Wll- '! nun, iiuinuir. Ham K. Mnvvlll,. i va r ft i.i ii ultriifitt iirtl...

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. — 4 April 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, APRIL 4. 1919 8 County News Told by Our Correspondents WARREN Prof Carpenter of the Chr.tauqua circuit gave a very interesting lec ture to the residents of Warren ol the '-M-klng of Worlds." The hall was comfortably filled and aa the lecture was under the at.splces of the Warren schools, it w: s listened to attentively by the school children and their friends. Prof. Miller se cured the speaker and conducted the entertainment given by the pupils of the school, assisted by the grade teachers. The lecture was in structive and enjoyed by all. To get even with the parties vho gave the social cn St. Patrick's even ing to the unmarried folk of the dls trict, a party wts given on Saturday evening to the married people. It was an invitation affair : nd under the patronage of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Erickson. These present were, 51n and Mrs. J. A. Bacon, W. C. Cooper, Joseph Erickson, Jr., Porter Loomis, C. M. Hyskell, P. A. Hoyt, W. A. Soderberg, P. P. Orowell, O. A. Eric...

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. — 4 April 1919

OF TRANSFERS Ld by Columbia County All- Diiipiiny. Fr.rrlngloii "l ' to Wnlter rirnicton: l:mil In Hoc. 19, T. fit 3 W.. 110.00. I llarv.-y lo William C I iun.1 In. Hoc. , T. 7 N.. It. i W.. $1000.00. Ht. Helens Improvement Co., to John Marnndns: u. 25, Wock io Kail road Aildlllon. T-,J ""V'T et ux 10 A M Hull: I.t 18, llloGk , Ht. Helms, $10 00 March 2R Thomuii MorrlH et in t nuro, , Richardson: IiiikI In Hue 23 T 7 N.. It. 3 W $4000 00. ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. APRIL 4. 1910 JBERTY THEATRE R HOME OF GOOD PICTURES v. Al'ltll. 4 fcladia Swanton in "Every Woman's Husband" mill h two-rwl tommlv. "IMi:itH OK ,ovi:" juTTo, Ai'itiii I :rank Keenen in I he Midnight Stage" ml a Ihuiriy Coiim'iIv jtt.W, APRIL Geo. M. Cohen in Seven Key to Baldpate" kIno a tvvu-i-M'l roiiirilv .tV. .VI'HIli 1 Pauline Frederick in "Htr Final Reckoning" mill a luo-rtvl roiniMly IAV. Al'ltll. H Stssue Sayawaka in "The Bottled Grip" anil a M Hi-nnHt O.niiMlv "fTIll'N lAV OFF." Im .sniv, .ritu. u jflonroe Salisbu...

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. — 4 April 1919

ST. HELENS MTST. FRIDAY. APRIL 4. 1919 INDUSTRIAL REVIEW jj ! AAA AAA A A AAA- Portland The Willamette Iron & Steel Works has shipped six marine boilers to TaconiR, Washington, where they will be installed by th Todd Shipbuilding Company, in the ships that are being outfitted there. North Bend The North Bend Milk Condensery will reopen in a short while with an enlarged plant capacity. The new plant will then be in a position to handle the large orders that it strlvcd to fill before the new plant was added. Astoria Astoria 's installing a berry canning factory which will cost In the neighborhood of $15,000. This will furnish employment foi many. Portland Sawmills in the north west are again resunlng operations rapidly and many f the old mill workers who are te ripornrlly unem ployed will welcome the news. Roseburg The California Pack ing Company is planning to erect a packing plant in this city. Over 100 miles of hard surfaced road will be constructed in Pougla county during the ...

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. — 4 April 1919

i 10 AT7TRR CAROLINE ISLANDS ho Way M' Hubjis t t Helen llflu Intercut ll(,Tr the political future of roll,. iHlanda. wlilcli Jnpnn rom (iermany, they are bound ,.rut ton h to enmo," according kitijcct nnmnu '""' Lu.,iin IiihI issued by the Na- L-ograihlr Society. L liullt tho IIIBHHlVB itona (.,. which K'v" evidence cf Ln-o of civilisation at some Lrlc lime? k was I ho origin or the stone k, mine conn 01 which Kvn tllllM? nr but two of llio many L. l,l.!i lint 1'aclflc Island fry p1,1""'"''" l,1B bulletin con- ,ii,n" ruliiM extend from Ixliinil toward tha nitKt of . . t. jp, 10 1 Bp UII Vim wm. wn are great iitono tori aces, tniHiiU i.tiu roans, conpooi: Ir I:. I'l stone block, stone lit mill encrmoii chamber lie council loilge Willi Rill)- .ill pillar. friiiiintly carved. Lpn discloses tlio 'Pacific There tun ruin are pnruy ted. Apparently tliny once mi Inland fit jr, unless tluilr cimnecteii wild ollmr l- fcfuru ii terrific upheaval In. thi'in. nt study liu con f I Mini tlm lie- ...

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. — 4 April 1919

ST. HELENS "tct RTDAY. APRIL 4, 1919, MIST MISTINGS 4 . A. Crouse la spending a few days In Fortland. Mrs. C. Wesley Phillips was a Portland visitor Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. McCormlck were Portland visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Von A. Gray and children art visiting with relatives in Portland. P. C. Morton of Portland, was here Monday railing on the merchants. Mr. and Mrs. Kit Conyera spent the week end with relatives In (,'lat skanie. J. S. Wheeler of the Yankton dis trict, spent Sunday at the home of his son, Charles Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. LaBare ot Sclera, Oregon, are visiting at the home of their son, II. E. LaBare. Harley Turner has accepted a position as office manager with the Columbia River Canning Company. Mrs. L. J. VanOrshovon returned last Saturday from Portland where she spent several days with relatives. Mrs. Dale Perry was a week end visitor with friends in Portland. She returned to St. Helens Sunday evening. The steamer Wapama. Captain I L. R. Hutherford motored to...

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