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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 11 April 1919

an Dp Week. Have Rubbish Ready for the Clean-pp-Waps Tomorrow, Sure OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1919 NO. 17 JIE XXXVIII. 5lS BLOW SAFE I FRAZIER'S STORE SAKE GETAWAY Wnliitf ltlilMry anil Hrr 'rl iu Hveral Years rWeilneailay morning safe tlKlud HI. Helen nl plck- huler' Confectionery a the work. Tlmy blow thn ufe the utiveral hundred dollar L iroirimur had loft In (tin a few hour before, u I Hint llifl rolibery occurred Vcloi-k In tho morning. Mr. I1 nut leave hla tore until tk, and It U quite aura that m waited a (aw hour lie. HiiuIiik thnlr work. Appar iy Kuro fimilllur with the and the easiest manunr ol &cck, fur the lda door In way between the pool hall mil k ditpot. waa the one u break optin. kitt Work of .nvlera I giiuiwood la Inclined to be lt the safe blowing waa Hit, purilra who had done the before. The combination kfe had been pried loose, and fo glycerine or "soup" hnd Ired In. At the bottom ...

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. — 11 April 1919

" ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, APRIL 11. 1919 K r I fl f :i '5 K i 4 Hi? :5 I! 1 Issued Every Friday by THE BUST rrni.lSHIXCJ COMPANY O. D. HEILBORN....V1M President and Manager. S. C. MORTON Editor - BrnscRipnox bates One Year 91. (SO Sli Month 7B Entered as second-class matter, January 10th, 1911, at the Poatofflce at St. Helena, Oregon, under the act of March 3rd, 1879. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER CHAMBER OF COMHIRC1 THE AMERICAN SOLDIER IN GERMANY One of the most interesting phe nomena in the American expedition ary force since the armistice has been the surprisingly cordial atti tude of the rank and file of the army of occupation toward the German civilian population. To some people this is a disturbing phenomenon as well as on interesting one, for the subtle maliciousness of German propaganda methods is well known, end it is certain that we do not want cur boys to come home disposed to Justify Germany and the Gorman idea. It is hardly probable that there U anything to worry about While ...

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. — 11 April 1919

Ui'aTOR prods baker FOR AKMI miuanwi. Ln,llln ""I""1" to llv Hiinll Hmlth (u'a.lilmttnn-Failure on the part f W.r riuker to permit . . it rnriitnr tirtluc lutlirn tmii..l reform III nrmy Juatlco, e. LniifliMl I" amounted courts-mar-P, r lliiK" and aenteurea, la P' 1 i.i. flUiitiiirnvnl union !"" "... r ... wiiT fid ire lit III" "I '" of ('on .'. r.'Kiir'l"l iii" wlaln ' M"X .iiaior fliiiiiihorluln. IWmorrnllc ,,lrnian In ' "J"!" f h ipnalB lllllllll", i- 1 ..' r..iwliir iin a auentlon ' . ... n.nrli In 111 nnll.l. Ihlcli niraii" " - I ,in who l'v' u"',"l ' I"- Sllr IIIMHT IJI'""V "J""""'. .'.-.i v..ii lo Klve la (he public Hie ....l I.v (Inn H T. Aniuill Lnuim I' " rliirlfyliiR conlrlhu. kjtl 10 till HMIIJ'1 uml mm , ptMiplit ml:ni 'l ""any IlllflliporHIII MIUSIJ !"'' " uppoitliiK views rxpreaand by you and lh Judge advocate general. "Your present rocoKiiltlon of exUi liiK evil of the courtamnrtlal sya tem In trunnely Irreconcilable with your publlHhed statement no more re niote tl....

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. — 11 April 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. APRIL 11. 151? U1 f.a! i fw Ot X- Tt tprii tl. xt x t. to nt rv -t- T K'eJ f--TWC Mil , .:lo. b-ra. ..tor plp4 to bo-M "OFESSIOIIAl f la ta d bar atock ad npl3tal. 1 W w-"fc l i(rt. M f off blcb.ay. r6ln'AAAAA A ...n rl,mi 'la locattoa t. T County News Told by Our Correspondents j atr. evaUr clarl I. .la locattoa t.. ,74 (a! I tir ddrv A. HpUdr. SciH Kr,i iViTySS i U I tU)..l.H.Pa. Ik 'ii SCAPPOOSE WARREN VERNONLA Mr. Crcvea it kw fr a he 3 a Mem to iut3 ra.t.it -ir1. . . ir a ti K-tciui OM 1 r" Gol GrrvcS U El k ? i t- exut rwta-Jr K" Ei-aiwj-. i KM Mary Dti: m - MiatAdxf Wrj Frx Lu teri tl B- , . c gri in U art ky Tr ecOr! x Poru4. 1 aexooia tx iZx ! Mr. C: i -art m i-z-rc Trr ax 1 m rt !i--.t ocs b xii i Jt icT.-aL j . 0 ErictM ax Mr Pjr- kits -nr?x tnmia Si:ry Kxrrr Si ia xo a -Atixt at t Mr i4 Mr L G, Ti-t Eti xixtr Pcr4 c - J":Kt -J Mm. J U. Uuitt iu ;: Kr. u( Ki Jiti Dctai 1jt pfT ina 'iP'" w irir tit e- tf Ps--id jtr- E It - "A Vim Ke cji j, t3r;rrTn...

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. — 11 April 1919

r r Yr TF3 VR I I 1 I I n I U 4 . rUR new spring suits comprise every fashionable mo- TN the furnishing lines our stock is unusually mmipfp U del, mens' staple styles and young mens' snappy IshawingsMr designs with fancy touches, such as wa st seams, slash and a large varie ty of other thiJSn V pockets, military backs and other novelties. All popular fabrics in solid colors and mixtures you'll like them, be- We carry a full line of workingmen's clothes at most rea- causetheyarewelltailored,perfectfitandup.to-theminute sonable prices and invite your inspection Home of Hart, Schaffner and Marx STYLE, SERVICE, SELECTION, SATISFACTION lart fdnflfa Men's Durable Dress and Work Sox Fine Lisle, Silk and , Cotton 15c to 75c Black, White, Cray, Navy, Lavender, Palm . Beach and Fancy B. V. D. Union Suits $1.50 Dress Shirts FOR SPRING AND SUMMER Soft, Coat Sty!e, Military Col- f n lar, stripes and plain J)1 10 pZ.0U Soft Flat Collar Each $1 t0 $2.50 Whitman's Soisette in plain white .,, Each $...

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. — 11 April 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. APRIL 11. 1919 6 CONGRESS WILL COMBAT THE BURLESON REGIME Arbitrary Acta of ",e Postmaster General Will bo Investigated CANADA TO LOAN MONEY FOR HOMES Government Provide Fund for Building Worker Dwellings By Snell Smith Washington "It will be car policy t make careful Inq airy Into the con duct of the postal service, with a view to eliminating wasteful expen dltures and faulty readjustment of the compensation of the employes upon an equitable basis and other wise Improve their working condi tions, to the end that efficiency ot the service of which there Is now universal complaint may be raised to the highest possible standard. W shall oppose a continuance ot the present autocratic and despotic con trol of the telegraph and telephcnes, and favor their return to their own ers, subject to the regulation of the people in the local communities, or of the Interstate commerce commis sion as to interstate traffic, as pre scribed by law." So said Representative Halyo...

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. — 11 April 1919

...... Anrn f1"".. rmirl mine pursuant ST. OURT PROCEEDINGS 2. 1919 6th 1,1.1 W- Ijounii mtl. orfMM nil pre.- I?:! l monl" or th M utl'.rlr.a. and Mnic !: mi Wiirrunt No. 349 17 TO ta'fvr "r Hussnll Maklns- k ,r 1919. Warrant No. 31.0, hrO rll.nr II Hull. '.!d he Court ,"," IvIh,uI l110 . ... .........I ll.il llm an lit infill IW 7 I lored ul accepted. IP.t,. hv there U pre nlnd to urt in order of the J"Iko of uVnll rourl of i lie toi niy or Lbla Htate f Onuson, allowing L, n'cuilon In tno amount of I, pi, m.m.l.. ' '-yor or wary 1 III SCrOPIllll' ...... .. belnK SllVlseU "l inuiti'r, .i i.ui llm Plm-k tin ami liu Lhr authorized und instructed knft t lilHllTIW r mill 1.I..II. III Puv . . .i ru 1.. f.. .. mount 01 III vi lluhta. a"'' 11111 warrant be l on the nni nny ui umiiih tlieri'iuiur uiiiii uib ,r ordnr of this Court. ,1,1, dir thorn ii rmMnoo io ounty Court an ordnr of thn L of the Juvenile t ourl or l ol- umblu County, flute 0f 0reKn . lowlnic whlow, p,11(,u , , $17.60 per mo...

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. — 11 April 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. FRI DAY. APRIL 11. 1919 STHMOS mm 9 mm wmi mmm L UVI V 1 1 I 1 V I I riAJI Ally LAJl STATE OF OREGON ) CHURCH SHELLED c-tr . ! IN THE CIR'.TTT COVK1 OT COL- CMBIA COCNTT. BELLS CARRIED AWAY, a ue Mur cf J. T. Adisi. Ptaia- . ; urf. a4 Sy'.Teater Urn, Dtfead- Mokra VkrtUa of Hn f mtitj j ut l te Malac of .arsabUre I 1 T. AdxBL U ee!4 aad aoasd aa- ' '. to 3yiTt:tr ltu la the na of tir (Br M. L'Abba A. Poaiia ta tt'touaad dollars to Syrreeta. vv York Herald I Jar!a o-fcaif of lie Soata ote-aaif of Ue Northwest oa-!orta of tie Kortaeast oae-faarta of Seetioa ;rU!itea: plalnUM to raeelTe oee ; t.f interest ta '. aad spiAdi .latter aad threader. ia a Ilk saia to aue ike pateat to ' b issaed Joiitly to kxMlf aad J. T. sfezierea. Ardeeaea. Fraae It is a fact kaow to ererroae that the GentAii. after Linif desperately Weed tor t&e araisuce. sleliad the tows of Hexjres. area t to tae ex act BtoEeat of tie befiaaiac of tee anatsttc. eowar&y aad wttioat aa aimed eapedal...

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. — 11 April 1919

. ' CT limn... . ' iims MIST. FRIDAY, APRIL 11. 1919 q We Sam Sets a Good Example i;.'. "''"'' .;t Vi - ;..;:-r: rAft :5 T:3 ( VIEW OF U. 8. CAPITOL DURINQ PAINTING. ,m iliimn nf Ilia t'nlted Hlylpt ('ui)l(ol at Wanlilnvfnn la kont In ..n.lliUn Iit tmhitlhtf It fivtrv tuw vmira Vitr tlila tvl. ......-. Irsillly rmplnyi'd for thr'3 niuiilh' time. Out Ore thousand gallons of nr riijul inl fr uno ront. Tlio ft-iimm fur ulutlng (lis I'splto! duiue si r linrniiis is tu iiivtviii uiBiiiii-Mraiiuu ui iiiriuuic surmce. THE COSMETIC OF THE INANIMATE. the saver of surfaces. 1 the world-old preserver. lh knew me, for he pitched the ark within and without. Pharaohs sought me as an adornment for their tombs mummies endure because 1 conserve. i the woad of the ancient Britons: their blue battle hue. suse of me the treasures of the Sistine Chapel defy efface- the keeper of the antique, b the servant of progress. mbus found me bedecking the savages who watched him mdinand banner on the shores of Ne...

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. — 11 April 1919

10 . ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. APRIL 11, 1919 MIST MISTINGS Un. J. H. Cronkrlte was a Port land visitor Wednesday. A. B. Lake was a business Ttsttor In Portland Wednesday. lira. J. W. Allen left Wednesday morning for Carson Springs, where . she will spend a tew days. Charles Holmer and wife of Aber deen, Washington, were week end guests of Mrs. Thos. Isblster. lira. Elmer Chapman and children returned Sunday nlg.lt after a pleas ant visit with relatives In Portland. Urs. E. O. Ditto, Mrs. J. F. Doppl maler and Mrs. J. T Taber motored to Portland Wednesday on a shopping tour. Jake Hammer of Deer Island, was In St. Helens Wednesday and the main part of his business waa to pay taxes. Mr ana Mrs. George Brlnn anc ramuy left last week tor Rosebnrg, Oregon. They have bought a large motion picture house In that lira city. Miss Helen Dunns, who formerly taught In the St. Holons schools, is now ont of the teachers la the Fos sil, Oregon, school. The steamer Daisy arrived In on Tuesday and aft...

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. — 18 April 1919

L Loan Quota for Columbia County is $162.450 Purchase, Victory Bonds OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY We XXXVIII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 18. 1919 NO. 18 tITY OFFICERS ARE INSTALLED NEW COUNCILMEN '. aril llrtln" " w 7 L) Men Tuke Tlirtr Marc L. night, (lie old council re bm lliflr official dutle and r . .1.. ..i . ...I i,u.k niH recently irnn;mu, w ECi. Annr inn Dievornl hang-over matter, r I WM CttllVllnniu llJ iwurii i.il rharle Wtilta were de lected to erve as council iha two year term. Jatua ii nid Cliarle Whoaler wor riveted iia councilman tor year term. ih new councilman look En, Former Mayor K. I. 111 i the mayor ns to the ktloui or eligibility of Charlo lo act hh councilman, ine ild tlir.t a liol a matter to dlKcumt, hut a mntter for li to di'diin upon, i ouiicu- ,n and Mii'ou.ld rand that of th cli rtor.wiilch atataa illcatlu;! of in", office hold- he niayir th- n llHto'iud. Mr. .led tlmt ho w a wl'.llng to .il Wheeler If lio (Wh...

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. — 18 April 1919

ST. HELENS MIST. PRI DAY. APRIL 18. 1919 ISI.000 ! Helen subscribed I Lomn driTe. CoTerameot ecorttle re the beet it U not girltg It I recerring. On Monday. Ar.ru 21ft 1. . ..-r.,-v- to IREIHTOIW )" onehird of what sU THREE MONTHS the roi'vTT corRT or tiik bribed In th Fo.rth! JAX EXEMPTION -JlflC oV OREGON FOK ( 01. The anaooneement by the ladu- I trial aecideot commlssloo that Issued Every Friday by thk mist rrMJSHING COMPVT!S o roar fck 31 register a one ' 'I",. THE MIST rrcusmsa COMFAai ( ho u' d cf Amenc4njlm. ployer and mP?r ; . ; under toe woramru vuii... u.-h!r ! law wilt be exempt from payment In-, n n HEILBOR Yle President and Manager, i BAXKI.VG A COMMVXITY 8. C. MORTON Editor; one of the net prod acta w (wriuuv iimu. i v4- v - . ... cntniDTinv nBTm tha ttmnrMl frtnr fn mmnnn j-- M anxn 4nHn th r. r. rrv vi a v -w . a j " o - - uuiu; iiuiu a wwi vu "ji - OmTnt 9 l-ao ity aemce. i Sis Month STATE of or: l-XBIA COINTT. i- .v. u.n.r of tt Wli vi tl" . L'." .. kV.hr Vlren tht...

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. — 18 April 1919

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. APRTT. l8. 1,19 1 c MJRDEN FOR 'ming GENERATIONS bou.t " "... -I.lrli Imd bnnn Lp by the Anmrlran Km! (Toil .." j .... rnDruaontatlve f Lnlltl looking " ,0 pP"1' ' ii .millnd with tint ww - nd nwiculn craned hor uurk ii ihmrliltm the Attention ;t 2d that a IIHI- French lot old hu '" v""-"" " hryiio the bulldln of an .inne liouan. Tim tlouh Eitxred around. TIli anldleM , French and the child knew Luh. Hi 111 'he nuiiunir, wan king hanii'Jniouniy wuu irr- w ... Mirin .run Lit.. iiuoai "i i .1 .i.uia from the men when; in p llork font lelor npPrnc tlflce. to hao i"""1' tiiueeir.mt," one boy "'i the .duo of tlin 1( he lonke.1 up nair wmu i it, iin.t rioia lady. "C .t i.i . hi kid aroun h..lnnln 10 l'ift IlltO Toll) Id are coml.m tack to " ' bund I h.ir. we roiina iiiio Mock a in 1 are maaing me lluki'a the day eiwin nrt I. ..r'a 1lllli.' (O CO .VIIIIU ' Li rm !.!. with n ai.li'in I n inirri"! i rin t ho ri'i m Irn'fd a mlf hour later with full of '.". ai (rented...

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. — 18 April 1919

County News Told by Our Correspondents ST. HELENS mtqt PRTDAY. APRIL 18, 1919 $1 MIST WANT COLUMN For Sale at Reasonable P''"-" condition, see ", , WARREN Tom Grewell soys sneak thieves entered bis granarj and stolo a num ber of sacks last veek. Miss Hattie Grewell gave a din ner on Sunday to friends from St. Helens and Warren. Miss Myrtle Larson has resume her position as teacher at the schools, after a protracted illness of a month. Some of the farmers are advocat ing the erection of a cheese factory, but no definite action has been taken at yet. The Misses Annie and Minnie Ol son of Portland, spunt Sunday at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Olson. Miss Fannie Cooper, who is at tending Monmouth Normal school. Is spending her Easter vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cooper. The stork was busy this week in Warren, Mrs. T. H. Buss being paid a visit in the form of a girl, and Mrs. Evans, a boy. All concerned are do ing fine. A large acreage will be ...

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. — 18 April 1919

hBESS WILL CHECK kECUTIVE FINANCESi L llracral Fieri"! f ngrMM I m.i. mi IVoido'a Monry rrp ,. SNELL SMITH ,....nrinii!irucllve inr-ani bifkif Miout li to be propoaeu to .un- . . i... i. u i l( (,e special aesio:i "7 iii- l., Jutlica H. UOUJ 01 iuwa, I . . . f Cliilriiiuil or inn iuiusi bb- i.i n.....t. itlolil conimiitu", """ I, to crouto a bureau cf and an auditor general. L,,wiiK lteuubllc.au member of which frame tin big bill I null"111"1-0 1 unu liooil has believed for aome Cat much of iho wait of under tlm preaeni auiuiDis Imi been ilue to lux method Liocutlvu dcpartmmita, na wall LriuHuu for unnoceaeary anu Want project, un point out P .... t t hinlltia to prt'81 III oaiw.'M Vi HmiK ti for Hi 0 scrutiny rf Con . evlils-icu o. una. r till piun mo uuiuiui rim la ot eacn iiciHiriniein ior- Ucll four tuuir aaiiiiiriea vi bunt of money they need for on their work during the l fiscal yerr. They go to the L depart mutt and nre then llcilly ''iit to tho llouae ol btitatlvon rio cotnp...

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. — 18 April 1919

FARM .NOTES Tie i.r-t if KiI-jtaui in. i fr--r-i--ii ii-n 2i!j--.r.. MX. ia a a' via- -k a aa in.m.uijn l.t J .flT'JX 1 U 1? lr m 1 yr i. .i.r t.i i-a.-i -i aaji '"ii.ii.rT in ?-alui it. ia.t 14J ;'isr. 2 ir .a wlj-.a til jr-i.t imti ji a amr '..laj. II '.in la Hi !.? u J'-v- t ii-.wt 1 3ftna-t .if ir.a ir-.-Lrit I .i 1 1 J? --nit jii"Trr It.-. - -.-.'a. iii w..r ii 4 anax-. run A-ai.u. ru iti iy .r HV..- ! t.i Ti:rt .-- -ju jin-. if .4 ir:ur i.-e fnai a -x.ia iirt .n i i.t 'HT ii v i uri'ii- ii -.i 2 l' - a.-, w ir il J-"..! li-Btf. 1 14 d.. AAit rj. il an :ii ri .;r 7. HIT., it '.a ,! if 4 7a wta ra u.;u?i -.iilr. r.a H.x.a xa.I Tr3i!'it ji f ya... u t Main? -la- waj fTm-t .iiic 7"i ".w ?,-,r i.tia.'-'l rrr. er.a.t i:i.t-r n 'if t --v.trija-5'rj!iaA ;a Z-'iraif -: yr '-14 3.3!;ll w-v l.Ll.t.! 17 " -i-i-".- .iirt.iia. A ;ti iii '"Ai.ji-r 't;f34 r iL.a It 11 fl j!;iit!il 1.-. in if '..14 f.i- rm-n". i ir..--.n . .i.t t in if it i.A.f-4.rr m-i4i:z t iii4 wart jt :.i -r.i.i Af-y.n.-ir...

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. — 18 April 1919

Despondence : REUBEN S, it Tin'oii son trans ' i.. ii.inliir Monday. '". ' - m I'orllnnd IJL .hrt v.lt to frlmul. ii,. Tliln frank Adam" "" trun-ift.-d Imslness l'or ou lAniilt' Ht:inly ui ,"" ,,.r alt 'r, wr- .. ,.r Piint Rock. Ore- Lrocm's vlHlt to his mother, z"m,r .. IAllllk'T, rouu iwmi'wi rlct. wii uwn Mouday, over tli rimu umuii. lUoll t)( UiH 1 omnium mir - nttii vtstllnr lorn of itor. Mr. T. v. Mm. Nottla DauluU of Mm Columbia Tlmbtir cnmp shcIIuii, wcrB Bl lu. mm visitors Baturduy. A. H. Combs and Wf0 ! J n Clemens and wlf., f I'ortliicl' motored down Bundny mid sini dnjr at (he home cf Mr. and Mm T C. Watt. W. C. AIIimi, wVw homo In i, Portland, wns a btislnrs:: visitor lii-re Mon day. O. 8. Boffert mid wlfa mi.! , mother, Mm. H. Heffort MioIch Oregon, motorod down Biindrvy and spent the day wltii tholr sun and brothor, A. K. Boffurt. ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. APRIL 18. 1919 Mm. Kfnmmm Ml ton 'B tnul Mrn. Geortra r. ninl hii Intra ..in "-""""I, are jgn. Huton's. oaat of lo...

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. — 18 April 1919

ST. HELLNS MIST. FRIDAY. APRIL 18,1919 TO STRICTLY ENFORCE PROHIBITION LAW More Than One-Half of One Per Cent of Alcohol Held Intoxicating Br SNELL SMITH Washington Preparation for the trict enforcement of the amendment to the constitution which prohibits the manufacture or sale of intoxicat ing liquors will be made at the extra esslon of Congress and enacted Into law so as to become effective next January. Representative Andrew J. Vol stead, of Minnesota, the new chair man of the House judiciary commit- tee, wnicn win initiate legislation. deolarAH thAt iha fjrtt thinv Onn gres. should do is to determine whit should The oren.red t? r680rt should be termed intoxicating Th. I ?.!-repd to ake Vrope should be termed Intoxicating. The regulation of the commissioner of Internal revenue that any drink Is such which contains more than one half of one per cent of alcohol will prooaDiy do aaoptea "The new amendment should be either enforced or repealed," he said 10 your correspondent, "it Is...

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. — 18 April 1919

0 .ST. HELLWS MIST, FRIDAY. APPTT. 18 1919 rE sent them over. They finished their job. 1 rtb r didn t quit They stuck-even unto death. It's our job to stick it through-to pay for the job THEY did. Tlie Fifth the Victory Liberty Loan will settle the score. Americans real Americans don't "pike". They pay. SUBSCRIBE TO THE VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN:- Columbia, County Quota is $162,450 and is divided as follows: St. Helens and vicinity - - - $83,025.00 Scappoose and vicinity - $15,750.00 Rainier and vicinity - - $23,175.00 Clatskanie and vicinity - - -. $40,500.00 Columbia County Ranks First Among Oregon Counties in Liberty Loan Subscriptions. Go to Your Bank on Monday, April 21st, and Pledge Yourself for a VICTORY BOND. Help Wind up the Big Task so Nearly Completed. THIS SPACE PAID FOR BY THE PATRIOTIC TAXPAYERS OF COLUMBIA COUNTY

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. — 18 April 1919

10 ST. HELLNS MTST ERI DAY. APRIL 18. 1919 rvvvvvvvvv I MIST MISTINGS Rudolph Ketel was Portland risl- tor Tuesday. Joe Clark spent the week end with friends in Portland. Lots of them and they are mighty good. Hot Cross Buns. Ramsey's. Peter McGorty was la Portland on Tuesday on a business mission. Attorney J. W. Day was in Port land Wednesday on legal business. Mrs. B. Admundsen and Mrs. Gus Lope were Portland visitors Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. McCoraick were in Portland Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. M. J. Churchill of Portland was a week end guest of her friend. Mrs. J. H. Cronkrite. Roy Copelacd Is dtily expecting the arrival of his brother, Sergeant Ben Ccpeland. who recently arrived in New York, after almost two years cf service in the aviation force in France. Mrs. Carl J. Cook of Spokane. Washington, is a guest at the homo, of Mr. and Mr. L. R. Rutherford. Mrs. Mie Newton and mother. Mrs. Thomas McBrlde of Deer Island, oil ed on St. Helens friends Monday. Mrs Theresa Prael...

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