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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 March 1915

1 N - 1 b & ft OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY " "" - fi)LUME XXXIV, ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1915. F " . , . NO. 14 HOOL OFFICIALS HAVE GOOD MEETING UTIC MTKUIVTKNIIKXT HUH- ,KSTH I'HOVIHIO.N IIK MA UK Kill TKACHKItAGKH. igrr 1'lny Grounds ThouKlit Ad LimiIiIo liy Many- lleroiiuneiiil Aid fr Hclimil Itulltlliig. B he nnnual meeting of county imil officers was hold in Ht. Hulens f Hntunluy, March 20, In rosponse a cull from the county chool burintciiilimt. About twenty dig i tH wero represented and a very tiHuhle lot of work was accom- hhed. State School Superintend I Churchill wn prevent and added the Interest of the meeting with limtructlon and advice In school iters. l'lio discussion of topic wai open- by I.. It. Rutherford, whoie sub t wui "School groundi, si, play Improvement and appearance." . Rutherford presented the subject it strong, convincing nmnnor. Free oulim led to the generally ex nifd opinion that a play ground iuIJ not be loss than five acres In k...

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. — 26 March 1915

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MARCH 26. 1915. FOrNDED 1881 Issued Every Friday By THE MIST PCBUSHIXG COMPANY David Paris, Editor. Entered as second class matter, January 10th. 191i, at the Postoffice at Saint Helens. Oregon, under the Act of March 3rd. 1S79. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year $1.50 Six Months 75 Advertising rates made known on application. OOCXTT OFFICIAL PAPER HIGHWAY SnTATIOX. The highway situation throughout the state, and especially in Columbia county, has assumed a rery peculiar phase. In the ordinary course of events there is nothing so strikingly strange about it; but events in this county hare not been ordinary. Lo calities hare been divided against sec tions, neighbors contending against neighbors, friends arrayed against friends. And what for? As time has passed along and conditions hare be come better understood the ill feeling engendered by the strife which grew out of the highway situation is grad ually but most certainly being dis pelled. In the first place there ...

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. — 26 March 1915

LANS OUTLINED TO ! RAISE BUILDING FUND UMli ClUMmRN K.M-ISTKI) I.N CAMi'AKiN mm hcihxmj i:iiihit niiui.u. ' ro Vuy Have linen Designated for Halo of Tags Outer Menus Alm Itovlsed. Through tlio modlum of ttio county Ichmil superintendent's ofllce the miMilKii fur funds for defraying the Micii of liiHtiilllnK a suitable bulhl- lK in which to nlHpliiy the school IvlilhllH uu the county fulr grounds H to lo waned with vigor. Buperln- i.iiilciit AIli'ii, as a member of and Lctlim for the fulr association, yos- anlay iiiuII'mI tlio following letter to he various teachers throughout the oiiuty. In which U iniide a strong appt'iu tor BHHiHLaiiuu iu iim wurti Kt. Helena, Or., March 25, 1 BIB. Driir Teuchor: The school chll- in.ii of this county have asked for a l.nlliltiiK on the county fair grounds Lt m. Helens a a suitable place Iu which to mukn tlinlr annual exhibit, l'lii')' Imvo suggested that they raise hu money for the building and have inked Columbia County Fair Assocla- Imi to assis...

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. — 26 March 1915

ST. HELENS MIST. FRI DAY. MARCH 26. 1915. COUNTY COMMISSION ERS PROCEEDINGS AIUOrRNED SESSIOX HELD OX MA KOI SO HANDLES MAW ROAD HATTERS. Serer-1 Contracts Awarded for Hih way Work, MortJj- in tbe Xehatem Yaliry. Saturday. March ii. 115. th Judicial Day. Matter of road ImproTemeot in Road District No. 8: On this day the Court Roadmaster presents to the Conn his plans and specifications for certain road improremenu In Road District No. I, designated as Swift-Haien-Bennett Road, and the Conn being advised in the matter, it is ordered by the Court that said plans and speculations be. and the ume are hereby approved, and that call for bids for performing soch work be published in two successive issae of the St. Helens Mist and the Rainier Review, and that such bids be opened at 10 o'clock A. M. on the 10th day of April. 1S15. On this day it is ordered by the Court that a certain resolution of the County Court be. and the same is hereby adopted, and the Clerk be. and he is hereby instruc...

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. — 26 March 1915

Um products now f PROMISE BIG YIELD llf,,i,, l ,'rwM",t ,or ,M (fopa ThlN Fall. indication" are favorable for large m all "'" " f ; Van. Tim f" " "'Hln . wiili, Tim only Injury '"Jli In thoHO Melds whoro Insufll '". JMnmuo provided, lloro L dr plnl I'uve succumbed ',,.. emplrnxliiK tho urgent uo .Mt of eftlcvut drainage. Wlillo ......nr-klllml HI1BCM UfO Dot "., in in.llvl.lunl lloliU, yet tlioy Ijote. 'ounl t0 eonaldnriiMsj. ...it In rromiNlnit. f .11 klnda will bo abund- , li Indicated by tlio bud which now wolliiiK H'O : irll tlm winter -I.... iiiitiiRiif . Tula do- (IIU - ... im bloHiwiniluK ported some ,t jlr In the season roiideriini In- .m frosts ltn ur.ciy. me tunocMP should oapocl.illy bo I irs-' juie or mo nwi ,H, niaturliiR l "Kin " loB. U!,nborri n, of courno, will bios- mnA fruit wlili romparltlvo cor- ,nlT li t"r f01"0 ,nto l,,,,om j usy puciipa the killing iroata; ..h it in stated by lomo grower wu it the ypul'l wl" mt eel'A tl,n ,,f limt year as tint protracted Luth ...

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. — 26 March 1915

Personal News 3 Mrs. F. J. Meyers was in Portland Wednesday. Mrs. A. E. Rotger was shopping in Portland Wednesday. S. E. Lynch was a business visitor in Portland yesterday. Fred Freeman, of Rainier, was in St. Helens last Friday. Ed Hughes, of Clatskanle, was in the county seat Tuesday. Mrs. Jacob George was a business visitor in Portland Monday. Bert Seftert, of Deer Island, was in the county seat yesterday. A.' S. Harrison was transacting business in Portland yesterday. Kenneth Cliff was down from Port land to spend the day Thursday. Mrs. W. R. Dinham was in Port land for a day or two this week. W. H. Kyser, of Delena, was inter viewing the tax collector Tuesday. Mrs. A. J. Peel is confined to her home with a severe attack of quinzy. Mrs. Thomas Isbester, of the Or cadia hotel, was in Portland last Sat urday. Editor Baylis, of the Clatskanle Chief, was a county seat visitor last Saturday. Mrs. F. L. Pern, of Portland, is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. J. Feel, in St. Helens. A. E. R...

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. — 26 March 1915

Ml HOME AND FARM MAGAZINE SECTION HT. IIKLHNS. ORKflON FIIIDAY, MARCH 20 rrwmrrffrMMfA W&M lOJ It WJ l.iiiHMii HI I If U rJ ? M Zrur ' J $ ) I !i"" t""- 4 ATA, HI ) I I IC al ..r 500-ice I ,r .. i ubbrn k .,r. T. U"" "-'' llaut I mler Ur Kurmlx t udltlo t r t Uwnl Drml.Arlil. 1-11 I I 14 M . 1 t a i l if a s i 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. — 26 March 1915

nOME AND FARM MAGAZINE SECTION The Agricultural College Is a Friend to the Farmer lage 0f News Notes and Interesting Articles Written by College Experts. r : " : ' 1 V1KW Of ORHIOX AllKHTI Tt KAI. IOI.I.KUK AT I OKVAM.IS, OK. Ill MUM AIH lf TO All) AUKII I'l.TIIIUMTH. Now Is Time for Sweet Pea Grower to Hustle iflT Is timo now to consider tUo 1 planting of sweet peas," says Professor A. L. Peek, landscape Rar dener of Oregon Agricultural Col lege. "The sowing of this crop can be carried on either In the Tall of the year, or at this time In early Spring. The peas should be sown In good garden soil, providing this ground is not subject to heavy Boak Ing of water from now on. It should be planted In such situation that no trouble from over-shading can occur. A row running north and south, right out In full sunlight, is to be preferred. It is true that sweet peas often do wpII even planted along tho north side of a house, but speaking of av erage conditions, the open Is to bo preferred....

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. — 26 March 1915

HOME AND FARM MAGAZINE SECTION 3 Marketing of Livestock II V HTOCiC KDITOil. Til 10 nillnriictury ri'Hli'.lu obtained by tho various co-operative as sociation In marketing Kruln und nulls, leads iniiny la bullovc Dial something might bo accom pIlHlii'il t hrougli thu uho of llkit molh uJd In marketing livestock. Jlut up to tho present Illlli) of n thorough mil in" has been attempted. Onu as sociation In Wisconsin seem t liitvn bOfll successful 1111(1 I UlllO to BllOW lomu satisfactory und tangible ro hiiIIh. On 43 curs of Block shipped by t lie in it net gnln of 10c to lGo. pur hundred iiiu bo shown over uol 1 luff nl liumo. Tin' gruln li nd fruit viiniinl.mlons Iihvu fur their object tho coutriil of I ho I'lillro output mid, ultimately, thu dictation of the price. Willi the livestock growers and feeders an other object Is In view nt leant for tlio present. Livestock Ih marketed tlio whole your through. Stock In put on food to ho finished lit a rertutn definite tlnio mid when thnt 1...

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. — 26 March 1915

TOME AND FARM MAGAZINE SECTION 4 Editorial Page of Home and Farm Magazine Section Timely, Pertinent Comment Upon Men and Affairs, Following the Trend of World News; Suggestions of Interest to Readers; Hints Along Lines of Progressive I arm Thought. TO ADVHRT1SKRS Advertisers in thin locality who wish to fully cover all sections of Oreijon and Washington and a portion of Idaho will apply to local pub lishers for rates. General advertises may address C. L. Bur ton, Advertising Manager of Oregon-Wa-hinr-ton-Idaho Farmer. Oregonian Building, Port land, Oregon, for rates and information. TO READERS Readers arc requested to Bend letters and articles for publication to The Editor, Oregon-Washington-Idaho Farmer, Oregonian Build ing, Portland, Oregon. Discussions on questions and problems that bear directly on the agricultural, livestock and poultry interests of the Northwest and on the uplift and comfort of the farm home alwaya art welcomed. No letters treating of religion, politics or the...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 March 1915

TOME AND FARM MAGAZINE SECTION' planning for the Home Garden UV W. O. lIlIMMEtJ., , 1'nlversliy of California. THIi tiMtiiro ut our bonio aiir nwncllnga pl) vastly greater part lu r dally welfare Ihun moat o' rwl'w or appreciate. Tim Iniinwlli'l home aurruumlliiga are BnroBwInimly considered as part and tared of 'h no"u' anJ nature lad character of tho people livlng there till often 1,6 J"lKd by what u ioou outMliK) (if tho house. Till) boautlfylug of llio liumo mir rounding Ih also worth ronulili-rltiK l0il the standpoint of kec;ilng up the Interest of the boy and glrlx Id the home Neat mid attractive noma inrrouudlriKH of which a boy or girl may be Justly proud will be n pow erful factor In tho development of a conic"'1''1 and happy life. The quoa tlon, why the boy leave (hn fnrni, oi let often be answered by pointing to llie elov'U !' and untidy homo sur rounding. Kruni the more ataudpolnt of dol Inrt and rents I ho houiii Kt'riuunil- qki become Iniportant. Nothing will add more ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 March 1915

HOME AND FARM MAGAZINE SECTION Profitable Business of Poultry Raising in America IP. The h rood in triit t, prhp. III I1IO. lllipcrtftllt imit f M)Ull plant riulpnitnt. Clihkn imint be ruUt'd rn.h )rur. and .faulty brml Inn tiiiUuitri frvyurntly rmiM muvU lorn Hint lilt le or no profit nn b ritictl, no nmttrr how carefully the il unt l iHrilrl tn oilier reptcM. The following hint from TrofrnMir Htoiirburn will prove litrul In may one who U now ntniKKlliiK villi tltt nuiHt lmporliu( pioblriii. 1 shielded against draughts, dampness extreme fluctuations of temperatures and tho ninny enemies which besot them. Or, to reverso this, the house should ho dry, freely vnntllutod with out causing direct draughts, light, sunny, cheerful and roomy. 1'rowllng rats, cats and skunks may bo baffled by having properly constructed doors and openings covered with closo meshed wire netting. The flour should be dry earth cov ered with flno litter, an chaff, cut straw or hay. or similar material. If giving...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 March 1915

nOME AND FARM MAGAZINE SECTION Better Drainage of Barnyards 1 - Jt I ..... I. I- , IT la HKlie Or icsaa urinunuio met tliul many liaKtiyurdi at certain auaxoiia of tho year aro practically IbijiwhbIiIo. TIio rondlllon ot many barnyard and fi'i'd lots durinK the muddy wciilhcr of curly miring In juih llmt It uhoiI to bo ulil c man thould not fi'fd t'Mttlo I! ulcus ho could imiIo lu mud "km tltwn." to many casus condlllon of th lards could be uroallr Improved by a Utile irovlnlon fur better dtalnnup, e)Wlully In liH'ulltlca where the aur farc of the lunit la anch that the barnyard and food Iota cannot be lo cated nn a hillside wllh ntniii sur face drnllinKe. The aiircpsHfiil dinliiucn of a barn yard must rwt-lvu ronulileirallon oiliur than thul Involved In (ho practice ot Iliad (liliiui;i'. '1'hla la duo piiinnr lly to thu fact that tho contlnuod tramplim of ttio stock over the anr ttft bun a puddlliiR action and tends to ninko tho surfuco waterproof. I'mlili'ins Met. Thin art Ion la ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 March 1915

nojrn and farm magazine section United States Department of Agriculture Special Page J l li.il Vf Al 1. Rulk'tins and Special Articles Issued by the (.'overnment, 01 interest to inc iwmwesi, ns Covering a Wide Range of Activities; Result of Federal Investigations, Ktc. Suggestions Para-Dichlorobenzene Is a New Insecticide UpAn.V-IUCHl.OUONKNZKNE" Is the formidable name of a chemical compound which lias only recently boon used as nn insecticide, but which, In being non-inflammable and comparativoly Inexpensive, pos sesses advantages over other funil gauts. The United States Depart ment of Agriculture's new bulletin (No. 16") is entitled, Tara-dlohloro-benzene as nn Insert Funilgant," and points out that the rompound, al though deadly to Insivts, is harmless to human beings under ordinary con ditions and does not hnve nu odor which clings to fabrics as do many insecticides. l'ara-dlchlorobeniono is applied in most Instances In the same manner ns camphor and naptlialene. It is nut, how...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 March 1915

- . n0ME AND FAItM MAGAZINE SECTION Specialized Delivery for Farm py (iHOlKUO F; W1HTHKTT, . t)ig inii-rnalloiml llnrvcnler Com puny of America. WONPUK Is Mltrossutl by Hon 4 that motor trifkit aro bocoiu lnK uol on thn furrn. Many ttlionrn utifa miliar with prusnnt rural roiHlliliin lmi!liio that ilovolopment Is petiilliir to tlm city mid Hint farm lug romlilloii aro tho sumo youtor Uuv tmliiy nnd forvrr. it In Ini'vltubln that an tbo naturo ( fdrniliiK ItMoir i:htiiiKs, tbo wa thln' "( U' fa,m wl" display cor ,ciomllnK change. Aitrlculliirul ncrJ ulwiiyii prt'crtua tho inuctilno w hi. h fills It. Tell mo what kind of farming a ,i,n i1ixn mitt I will toll you what kind of delivery bo uses, or will uso witliln tho next fow years. The farm er who lias Krnduatocl Into Homo onn df Hid iiiiiiifrotitf Hij('lnllied forms of fsriiilnif - tlia kinds tbnt put fortuity r I Wim. . Tin: ! iMiiri.r: i dun i Imik into hi farm, and dally profits Into IiIh pocket will find motor truik delivery nece...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 March 1915

10 nOME AND FARM MAGAZINE SECTION The Mystery of THE clock and tho telephone sounded together and I looked up from one of Wilkie Collins' ghostliest psychologies whir a start at tho curious medley. The clock said half-past eleven. What the telephone had to communi cate remained to be seen. "Hello!" "Oh. John! Is that you. John?" The voice was shrilly nervous, terror stricken, wholly unfam'liar. I essayed to reply that my name is not John, but the voice, unheeding, cut me short. "Oh, Johu come quick!" It al most shrieked. "Hurry! Hurry! There's somebody In the next room some thler. 1 heard him break In and I'm all alone. Oh, John he's coming In here. Police! Help! J O 1 1 N ' ' The last whs a wall of abject fear and horror. There came the sound of an oath, a scream broken sharply in two then silence. For a moment my brain throbbed with excited, futile queries. Then 1 rattled the telephone hook and a voice snapped out: "What is It, Plense?" j "What number did I have Just nowT" "I can'...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 March 1915

HOME AND FARM MAGAZINE SECTION 11 SMI5? Before you buy any Farm Engine get the facts about the money-saving and money-making SANDOW. Simpler engine cannot be made. SANDOW starts at 40 below zero starts without cranking runs in either direction throttle governed hopper and tank cooled speed controlled while running no cams no valves no gears no sprockets ONLY THREE MOVING TARTS light weight, easily portable. Sizes Vt to 18 II. P. Why waste money on high-priced fuel when you can have the powerful, efficient, all-around farm worker The Sandow which runs on Kerosene (coal oil). You can operate a Sandow without chancre of eauiDment . on Kerosene, Gasoline, Distillate, Alcohol it is all the same to GT r I - .. .. . januow. jhii you can use icroscne, anu save trie cost oi Hie engine In upkeep economy alone. II f rtf" , 0 feiaidi t L no r 7 No Agents! Pocket The Commissions iburseli ! Here are the rock-bottom prlccf, uneqtialed by any other engine' manufacturer, for Sandow Keroicne Engine: ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 March 1915

nOME AND FARM MAGAZINE SECTION In the Home-Household Hints-Fashion Notes-Recipes 12 w - litor wilt ke aleaaed la I mil ubll.a hl.l. ml la- Tkr Ullor reeetve tereat ( tar rradcra. X 1 Household Minis Y TOT water uiav be hud the first n thing in the morning, or any time annus tlie uigat. in un unhealed room by putting boiling water hi a wrapped small crock, setting tills in a larger crociv, covering unu putting a pillow or cushlou ou tot. if baby needs a bottle of warm milk, it will be right very shortly if set lu tlio hot e. aier. Tf Vni-n lu 4lw...r..i.. I. it ..toatnAil while still in the skein, anything mane rrom it wilt not shrink when washed. Put the yarn on a dinner rtlnfA In tl.A olflmlinK n...l ult..n tl.. g-a.. M ...V OVVU.IIll ililU IIVII till- oughly steamed and dried It will be u eon auu uimy us ever ana en tirely unshrinkable. Narrow linen tape Is better than ribbon to run lu the allover embroid ery of under ear. Colored ribbons will fade after a hile If not removed for ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 March 1915

nOMR AND FARM MAGAZINE SECTION 13 Notes on Health and Sanitation it lill"ol' ri.IKH. aiOW I tlio Hum to l'n "X Jl cumi'MlH"' Jl,Bt use-, tlio hoimo f'y ilUapi',nr'l lth the ad tent of coll weal her, do not consider him gone for '"1- Mag-"111 ItutchocS late In tlio aonsim mr hiboinnio in uiniir, unci the adu't fly niay hl1 10 cmc- All iioshIM" breeding place, audi ax man ure nlli. grhngo and refuse dump should, therefore, bo cllmlniitrd at all Union of the 'ear. will'" a thorough hoiwiM-li'Miilnn and fumigation In as necessary In the Kali an In tho Hprlng. ,0 in Mil H'B f'y '' hiding .... .hothnr crevice, attic or bnau- merit! I"K 'H'"" H,,ow preference fr iiiiilihiiiri" " wiii i" piw unruly ...i.i .ituii The niiiro files sheltered during tho Winter, Mil" morn you am nae 10 . iih in the Hnrlnir. Don't tbluk vmi are etcnipt, for no house or Hivtilo iu t m.. II DOW eillirriy in it iiuim lin n. Don't forK't that tlio common k - iu lav nvcr toO eas at u time, during llio laying aennon In...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 March 1915

HOME AND FARM MAGAZINE SECTION 14 The Farmer in UY JACOB M'KINNKY MRIUIIIX. FARMING Is the big business of the futuro! It has more possibilities thnn any and all other businesses com bined. No line of human endeavor has been so belittled and lied about as that of the farmer. He has been called a niosnbaeU, a hayseed and a sod-buster, terms that have silenced tho longings of ninny a young heart and driven young, aspiring men from the tilling of the soil to the city office and the city swirling, sweating en deavor, breaking lives on the altar of public opinion when, had there been no sneers at the fanner's culling, thousands of third rate lawyers, mer chants and office men. with a bare subsistence for their endeavor, would be gentlemen of tho soil, rich In good health and dollars wrung rrom a win ing and smiling earth. As a boy, working In my father's sawmill, afterward In the backwoods store, waiting on jobbers, mlllmen and drivers, with now and then a scattering of "inossbacks': fro...

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