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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 23 April 1915

HOME AND FARM MAGAZINE SECTION iiomk and i.'apm mi -a. .Trrrr"""1 . - " .ufciAiu &KIT10N SERIAL. he Secret or the Wight ft-ronv or iiigMv i,TIfi, , xotkd FitKicii author. By Gaston Leroux r . .MBViOI'K clUrTBM. i.wUvt ""J.. th IU. 'i".'i!r c-t . ,S..Lv.Troiicii) lit Ua. , tal r- v. ,.,.ivnu ..... IS lb. Or I Ml wi ji.iui" h..r'1r,?! .ill. m'Wl "r int. of "' I''-"..,. l n i Hi" pl7. ,f ri..ch",' bom (rdfltrairu ... - (lis .ijli.a.ii. " . trt ! '. " ... ... ill .octot d, giraafl. '...nui.are. tnt .rtltwd M '' . . 7..H. In h. plot """'"hcV af T. (Irr.l. ""l ; JtHI '"V, h.t. ! drlarllV. .... ..' ..i.kiiu I... ' " " i i. , ilai I'll-. M ' fi. .o 1.1 "' "'" " jtovi.i h . .. 4rla.rd j mor n " . in iha buuaual Wll riOT r.ln. ' ' . ..ii..uIi, thaw hi. opinion- o 2,n..ln m r..ni.i.t oil .bout i ill. TT Biniwil, in rH"nrr ikai coTtlin hlil rnl horror '"' . ... . .. ,.t..l.l anl prUI triiillll'y wnn wmrn liar M.rV"l H miKitenl Ion" ltl"t .i iht polM or ll.t nMiimr4 Ih n " ... ... ... Iniinr...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 23 April 1915

nOME AND FARM MAGAZINE SECTION 16 Stories the World Meets With Smiles Last One Escaped. IN the old days when there were school masters In our public schools Instead ot the neat young schoolmistresses, whom the magazine stories Insist today control the ruffianly scholars by kindness In those days, according to an old-timer, the schoolmaster had been disobeyed and was very angry. "Once again," said he, "my orders have been flagrantly violated. Who is the mis creant?" Not a soul answered. A tragic silence prevailed. "This matter shall be settled at once," the teacher declared firmly. "If no ono will tell, every boy In the class shall be thrashed." No one spoke up, and one by one tho lads were soundly caned. The last boy was about to receive his punishment, but suddenly the cano was withheld. Fixing a keen look on the lad, the master said: "Now, If you will tell mo who did this action I shall not punish you." "All right, sir," came the unhesitating reply. "I did It." Louisville Times. i...

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. — 30 April 1915

OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY LUME XXXIV. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1915. GHWAYMEN" HAVE ,00TED THE COUNTY UFWONIXtt'T UIVKH LUCID XI'MSATIOM OK MKTIIOUH (,h'MHTK WORK. Iiptrd Through !'' IUniuwUxI JiUtlnto Financial Obligation. officials of Columbia county, mil present, together with tliolr He rooulliplc. The Mist, are given a thorough trouncing. JubI tho dlwrcvory wm made will ..ii .... . -1. .0.,.., 1 .1 a i.vldtmlly lmvo boon luuoring un Hio hallucination that the work beon to thorouKhly 'done" tha L could ho no discovery made of utionii'ona liun been pooping, and !,e (rnkTuui'8 Is kicked out of the Uucklo. A fw daya ago aomo- ot thn clerical force of The Mint out a number of subatrlptlon menu, as all woll-rogulated ineiM Institutions do, and one re- Lnt rootles In the following man- The cninmunlcatlon la repro- M verbatim: Trenholm, Ore., Apr. 28, 1918. hit Mlat 1'ub Co., St. Helena Or. b. Blra: I am Inclosing the allp itnt me, itippoaen you fill your i and figu...

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. — 30 April 1915

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. APRIL 30, 1915. FOUNDED 1R81 Issued Every Friday By THE MIST PUBLISHING COMPANY David Davis, Editor. Entered as second class matter, January 10th, 1912, at the Postofflce at Saint Helens, Oregon, under the Act of March 3rd, 1S79. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year $1.60 Six Months 75 Advertising rates made known on application. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER Luther Burbank:, plant wizard of California, may come to Portland as one of the judges of the floral display at the festival ceuter. The festival governors will invite Burbank to Portland as a special guest. If he accepts the Invitation he will be asked to deliver lectures on rose culture In connection with the annual rose show at the armory. On July 5, Portland will entertain a distinguished party of business men and financiers from China, who will visit this section on a general busi ness survey of the Pacific Northwest. Oregon'B Oriental trade in grain, lum ber and manufactured products has - been increasing in impor...

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. — 30 April 1915

CORRESPONDENCE 2 HOULTON glH stelUt I'ope It in IVrtland forj . nd Mrs. A. T. Vni, a (,aay I" 1'ortlund lat week. Hotwrt Chamber has gone to TrenholM, where he has employment. Hr and Mri. Williams entertained (rltndi from Vcrnonla over Bunday. John McQueim baa returned from ..... I.. PnrffnMfl nn tlllal. ,eUy . . . Emmett Knuwle haa returned to tit home near Houlton. after a aliort ibaence. Mr. and Mr"' K"llo'Pl1 Karth were Porllnna tiiw" enl day. Ur. Wilkinson of Rainier, wm loeu matter. School hro will clone in two more ae(i, flnul eiainlnatlon beginning Mi( Moduli)'. Mr, fill of Rainier, wa in lloul- . . t. tt. A f M at. 4 ton W'1 W'' WIW UVt- W ...a. WMM Sir. A. T. KIMun. Robert Bi'ul I building a bunga low on hi form noar Houlton, and till iouu niovo Into It. Nr. Clmdlma of I'ortlund, la hare (pending a lew daya with her aon, J. P. Divcni, station agent. lira. Bacon, motlier of Mra. J. II. Urla, and Mra. Dliuiey, a sister, were bent from Warren Tuuaday. Mr. and Mm. Thompion Whi...

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. — 30 April 1915

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. APRIL 30, 1915. "r I 1 it. it- 3 1 a PROCEEDINGS OF COUNTY COURT REFTSAL TO SETTLE WITH COX TRACT CO. A8 PRAYED FOR IS PETITION. 11, for the sum of 12, for the sum of Order Made Requesting Contractors to Renew Construction Work on the Highway. Specification 1368.00. Specification $4SS.OO. II. A. W ilson. I Specification 6, for the sum of $245.00. i Specification 7, for the sum of $284.00. I Specification 12. for the sum or $691.00. Andrew Parker. Specification 1, for the sum ot $364.no. Specification 2, for the sum of $300.00. Edwin Smith. Specification 1, for the sum of 2. 3. 4. 5, 6, for the sum ot for the sum ot for the Bum of for the sum of for the sum of Monday, April 19. 1915. 11th Ju dicial day,. Court came pursuant to call of; county Judge. Uffleera all present. $290.00. Due proclamation being made the Specification following proceedings were had.: $110.00. In the matter of the peitlton of the Specification Consolidated Contract Company for $go.O0. t...

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. — 30 April 1915

MI-ANNUAL REPORT Of COUNTY OFFICERS - U,,VTIIH' FINANCIAL HIIOW- 1 " iiwil'U (VUTNTV ...... i.'MIL'VTU I ... UM-niiirv Wlaiemeni, wivwi fn.uu.oUl OmdHlon of County Hi Apr" " bimanual lt'l'"rt "t Sheriff. Mil-snnuul statement of Hl.orlfT "..- -.....,iv nruiron. for the '..remllnK'MarcU 81. 1816. im cullocilon and turnovers by nihi ! for wllHt ymr ta collect eJ- Amount Collncted. .... ftttn on ,lr. 1m I'-iif. 1914 Umber, 8,814.71 4.015.08 buwr. ''. Iwutry. Lrcl), 115 648.84 11.2D6.86 124,444.61 , for Year 110 27.08 C.fnr Year Hit f. i, v.uir 1K12 2, 561. 99 . fur TBI. ' i1 124,444.61 funittl tn'PT Ml lMi; inwmirr. lubor. in . Wr. B0.SS ttmnot, lM mi.ii .. .. . At. An Inssry, .uio.w ibrutry, rtb, 11S ii.ino.eo $24,444.61 tifor Your 1910 27.08 1 fur Year 1VI1 48. S .for Year 1 U 1 2 2.661.88 kifur Year 1913 21,816.80 124,444.61 Stale of Oregon, County of Colum- u. I turoby certify that the foregoing tlemeat la correct to the beat of my Unlto and belief. E. ". HTANWOOH, Sheriff, lly ( HA...

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. — 30 April 1915

6 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, APRIL 30. 1915 MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL NEXT MONDAY NIGHT. F 1 Public School and Other IakixI Talent In Splendid .Musical. Dr. Emll Enna wishes to announce that the music festival which will take place next Monday evening, May 3rd, will commence at 8 o'clock. Tho doors will open for tho public at 7:45. There will be no admission charged. Miss Mildred Crawford, the talented child pianist from Portland, will be one of the soloists of the even ing, and, besides the students of the publio schools here, a delegation of 35 will come from Houlton. Any per son Interested In music is Invited. The festival will take "place in the city hall. Following is the program: Mrs. L. R. Rutherford. soDrano: Mrs. C. M. Sandifur, soprano; Miss Leona Perkins, alto; Mrs. Wilbur Muckle, alto. Dr. A. C. Tucker, baritone; Miss Mildred Crawford, pianist, and La Bare's orchestra. Dr. Einll Enna, conductor. Program. America. 'Tis Our Festival Day Forman Chorus. May Morning Denza Mrs. L. R. R...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 7 May 1915

JH)L lb .n in 1 1T n2;1r OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY bLUME XXXIV. ST, HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY ,7 1915. kTNOMAII COUNTY MIGHT USE BLOCKS ,T CLASH OK PA VINO MATKIl- .... 'ttl.'&f UkMM (X).siii:h. tiu.1. Cinnmll''-' Are to Ask ' ... . . .. I. .1.1 1 . ..I fur lilt" " Material. Li county cmninlsHlonors of Mult- Lh county liavn docldnd to Invito , for l" i"1" 01 "1nl ly"3t 01 inn iimlerlnl to lo usod In thut mi this "iiwm In surfacing the Mr nill'1" of highway. Tim Item iuol Importance to tlio peoplo of L community l the fact tlml stone Lu aro Included In the llHt and BioiitlniiMl nrt upon the lint i mlRlit mean Bmitlilnfc. It ma) in ilial some consideration would liven to tlio uho of this cluss ol f excellent material In the large Lnt of paving work to ho done Multnomah county. rrin lyi" agreed on are: Stone tcki on concrete baso, brick on con it Imsn, wood blocks on concrete , ono courn concrete, Warrenlte, ,4 sthliult, hansom Mid - asphal eoDCnt. Ktamlnril specification...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 7 May 1915

ST. HELENS MIST, K1 uii, mw . , l'OUXDKD 1881 Issued Kvery Friday By TIIK MIST PUBLISHING COMPANY Duvld 1v1m, Kditor. Entered ns second class matter, January 10th, 1912, at the Fostoffice at Saint Helens, Oregon, under the Act of March 3rd, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION HATES One year 11.60 Six Months 76 Advertising rates made known on application. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER WHY THIS OMISSION? St. Helens has missed a mighty good opportunity for publicity in the neglect to have the city represented during the celebration incident to the opening of the Celilo canal, which lias riveted the attention of practic ally everybody in this state during the present week. From Portland to the sea on the Oregon shore there are two cities St. Helens and Rainier. The people of this city seemed wholly content to sit idly by and see the pageant pass down the Washing ton shore of the Columbia. . So far as this town was concerned the trium phant passage of steamers from the heart of the Inland Empire to the sea was o...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 7 May 1915

Oil Oil' 3 mbbespo'ndenceI ' HOULTON. 0 pinai to building garage h,'w R c,r lrL j,inei Dili i expected home 1 Whit call0(1 10 Iuln,cr i moved Into her new I ,n4 Mrt. Aron Kelly motored Lmir Mtn ha purchased a fprd car na jui" wmit to Portland J u.ll ndar lor iw Lit k Decker spent the day Batur ta Portland, returning on the n.iiuiwl nn March 28. lom-in ' ------ : . ti'nvfiA nrnhh fir Mr. Mi - Uolia. uuugiuur. In. William t'ttlo end children of U, Wl.. " here visiting me U of Dl tolo. In. 8. 8. Way wont 10 roruanu Llr l rl" 1u,l'or' Mre. Ljonwof that city. UtoBultwi Monday morning, n they ar om ployed. mMorgui of South Bend. Wash., ed Wednesday, end will visit el MM of A. T. Klhlau of title city. ill Ketol of Treuholm, wee In , on Monday attending to busi H relumed to hie homo In etui Inf. tr. anil Mn. Charles Lake win nor Into the uow bungalow built by Mr. Morgue, on the St. ki road. In. Mllchel Murray (Uoae Ellis) appooie, came down for a ehort with her aunt. Mr. A. T. Kib, of this ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 7 May 1915

ST. HELENS MTST. FRIDAY. MAY 7, 1915. 4. LUMBER CARRIERS TO VISIT COAST EASTERN SHirriNG CONCERN UNITES WITH COAST COM PANY TO SHIP 1XMBER. Vessels Will Tly Regularly Between Pariflc Points and t,,e Atlantic Seaboard. breeders sell only to each other, it is j GRANGE ENDORSES Dot bard to maintain me maraei. But if Uncle Sam has good breeds In the Friblloffs, then the price is certain to come down the world over. We await with much interest a bulle tin from the Agricultural Depart ment on the subject. BALL PLAYERS IMPER- VIOUS TO DEFEAT .Portland is to be included in the itinerary of a new line comprising six modern freighters which will go into service this fall between Boston and Pacific coast ports, operated by the Emery Steamship Company of the Massachusetts metropolis and Hind. Rolph & Co. of San Francisco. At least four or five of the steamers will have capacity for handling 4,000,000 feet of lumber at a trip, as they will be of S0O0 tons burden. Announcement of the proposed...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 7 May 1915

1 ! Cr.cTir.RS AND SOIL, Uiw . . liv Kniiiurntflnir Irgie III"'"- the IW "J ,,rU Urge IncrouHo I reported In the ir of boyV producing clubs and ulrii' cunning clu,)" T,,B ln,nr ,.vn In ll!8 content; Is keon, 1,0 r.-ult l production per ,rt lurprlHlnK. An average fur lw)ki tltoiiKtitful when lie find, h.lfirown lioy raining HO Ml of polatoo on a pioi oi mini (Mt I"""'- The girls' .toniuto cintili club are equally ex i letting curly vegetublo and int Hi'" ""a ncount ,n ,nar Ld lu domestic economy, iouiib I . .. I. ....I im ilia fnPtiil 111 fig can uu .... the work Interesting, Con Jul nd profitable. It la rightly i tor of Influence in science oi a ,i.r kind, with aM drudgery flnlcd, Boino Of the farmeri acry the "ly 01 ricuuurt branch In the achooU atlll plant ht phane of the moon, and ar ilcally iKiiorunt oi me cunipou of aolla and of relative valuot . labor they pi'rform, When a ralup 1 60 bushel of potaloe on ce of hind where hi father hat Mtlifli'd to get 40, the altuutlon for a J...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 7 May 1915

MANY IMPROVEMENTS ARE BEING MADE Kvidcncca of Home ltuildinK and Ilct torments Are Taking HIimK. Tliere are a good ninny very sub stantial improvements being made in and around St. Helens and Houlton this Bpring. Some very substantial residences are being built and others are In contemplation, which will inane a splendid snowing and are substantial proof of the stability of the community. Henry Morgus & Son are just com pleting a neat five-room bungalow In the western part of St. Helens. This structure is modern in every respect and the premises are being splendidly and substantially improved. This Improvement will net the owner an outlay of about $1500. P. A. George has begun the con struction of a modern two-story resi dence on the site occupied by his for mer residence.. The building, when complete, will set the owner back about 12500 and the town ahead about $6000. This new addition to the already splendid array of home like homes in St. Helens will prob ably be ready for oc...

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 May 1915

" k OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY "Ik. low. 1) , Aprit., Mdld , 'fry. H, Pr. JJ-U vs 4 . VVVTlf pLUME A. v. OMOTION LEAUUl IS TO BE rUKMLU LivKHH MEN OK COOUNTY AUK tK,.;l TO JOIN ORGANIZATION TO I'ltOMOTK WKI,1'71HK. Lllng t Tlmt 'urlM"M lo ,to ""w Xct Wednesday I'.veiiliiK KvorylxHly Invltml. L,t Wixlnoaday evening there I W held In this city a very impor- t toootliiK. oo In which cvory bus- nd professional wan In the miinlty should he dimply Interest ed oiio at which everyone In the ,UJ community should bo pros Hacked by the association ot Mianla tin (Tort In to lie mode to mil a o(id, otroiig .JiniRue ot ooi nntl professional men, the pot of which will be to promote I and gounral b (minims progress L,mo tlmo ago, when the uierch- (i (urnnxl a protective association, Idea of lirnuili'iilti k the scope and hwM of tliii orgnnlxnllon was Im- llstely advuiicml and met with III fi'iioru! populun. favor among memuiTs iiibv vuurw u iiibi hhii'dat t rT A VT?r0 aot? steadily advanced,...

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 May 1915

ST. HELENS MTST. FRIDAY. MAY 14. 1915. Issued Kvery lYUliiy Ity TUB MIST ri'lll.ismxo COMPANY lnvld Hnvls, I'dltor. Entered us second clnss mutter, Jnnuary 10th, 1912, nt tho I'ostofflce nt Suliit Helens, Oregon, under tlio Act of March 8rd, 1S79. SUBSCRIPTION KATES Ono year 1.60 Six Months "6 Advertising rates tuado known on application. koop us guessing for a while, but the ultlimito outcome is usually Just about right. Tho rocont clear and dry weather continued about tar enough Into tho season to permit of practically all farm work being com pleted, when the needed moisture came In sufficient quantities to Insure abundant crops of everything. If there Im nn equitable climate any where It Is In Western Oregon. Too bad more peoplo don't appreciate tills fact. had us almost persuaded that voting Oregon dry last fall was to be en forced much ahead of time la a way not entirely to bo wished for. COUNTY 'OlTUiAL PAPER WAR AND PROSPERITY. Tho balance of trade for tho first nine months o...

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 May 1915

PROCEEDINGS OF COUNTY COURT rinrrio.v to ahomhii owick OK OH STI IWWU MABTKH IH DENIED. Mmi IniMirtnt Ordure Made and uli '"" Audited ml Ordered I'nlO. He It remembered, that a regular term of tho rouwy uoun or me male of Ori'K'i". fur Columbia County, wu begun and liul'1 ' 11,9 Court House, In the Oty of St. Helens, In mid county anil state, on Wednesday, the (th day or way, ivia, me aanie being tin time Hxed by law for holding a regular term of said Court, when were present: Hon. A. U. Clark, County Juage; Judion Weed, Commissioner; A. K. llarvuy, ('ommUHlonur; A. K. Bar- nelt. Clerk; K. C. Htunwood, Sheriff. Due proclamation bulng made, the followltiK proceedings were had: Journal read, approved and signed On thin &lh day of May, 1816. cornea on fur hearing the claim of f. A. llurdulil, of Warren, Oregon, for Indemnity In the aum of Twenty-fire and 00 100 dollar, lor one grade Jer teycovr over two yean old, slaughter ed by tliu Hlute Live Block Sanitary Board, under chapter 1...

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 May 1915

z ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. MAY 14. 1915. , , , I COUNTY COURT (Concluded from page 3). On this day. claims against ounty the the as heretofore Bleu wttn Clerk -were examined by the Court and allowed In the various sums as carried out by the Court on the face of said claims, being as follows: General Fund. J. D. McKay, Supervisor No. 1, $84.00; J. W. Akin, No. 2, $84.00; B. J. Keelan, No. 3. $63.00; J. E. Johnson, No. 4, $70.00; J. E. Van, No. 6, $38.50; J. W. Foster, No. 6, $13.12; E. A. Gessell. No. 7, $21.00; Merle Wilson, surveying, $11.25; Q. E. Farnsworth, same, $86.65; F. E. Fox. same, $7.50; Felix Girt, same, $7.60; Fred Mann, same, $22.50; S. A. Turner, same, $5.00; Philip Bols, same, $22.50; A. M. Williams, same, $7.60; Rainier Review, supplies to Roadmaster, $7.25; G. E. Farns worth, expense of Surveyor, $27.52; Leo G. Titus, expense of Roadamster, $9.80; Kilham Stationery & Printing Co., supplies to Surveyor, $15.99; H. T. Bennett, surveying, $2.60; F. I. Sandifur, sa...

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 May 1915

TiTE ORANGE HAD I costly in clackamas GOOD COMMITTEES ...unlA COlMV AHSKi.NMKNTf MTUONOLY MANY H. . xmhU iii-ikI HimI Potdlhin "tthkli Much KffwUve Work In Could H Ini". ne OrKn "'" tlrunK ",on .Tillamook thla week had In altnnd- meof Hi" representative " iul-niNof thoatuto. Tho por ing! of the standing committees U forceful reminder of that fuct. luniMi co'ly "'' niombors of Paaltl- Tlmr ' ' I ... ImnortuiMO. HUl me 0110 III run - ,,,.(, Hiii couniy i most viinny in rMtotl waa tho commute" on gouu I whlch loliiinnia county nau ( chairman. In the Prsou of U. W ,rric, 0' Hammr. rollovliK "Ml "r Hlut0 Grange LmltW present 01 1,10 "' F . . .... . mImiI a!-Mary n. nownru, mu- (J. R, h. W I'linian, rriwwator; ai V Nlblln, l'ortlnml ; Mrs. C. L Ura, Corvullla; mra. ;. ii. iiuiioy m.i.lun of lubor L. 8. Tonny Liumda: Laura M. McMorrl. Con Wilfred lirown, i uiuua vauny; ' II. II. Pufur, Portland. finance Jolin A. McMorrU, Con- .. i r iirnwn. nixonvlllo: 8. 'kort, Sherwood; Henry Fruokaon, 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 May 1915

ST. HELENS MTST. FRIDAY. MAY 14, 1915. Personal News Mrs. Jacob George was la Portland last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Morton were in Portland Wednesday. Oscar G. Weed of Vernonla, was In the county seat Wednesday. W. H. Towell of rc-rtland, was In attendance on circuit court here this week. Charles Clark of Rainier, was at tending to business in St. Helens Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Dinham spent the week end in Portland visiting relatives. " E. E. Nickerson of Vernonla, was In attendance on circuit court here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Appleton of Deer Island, were business visitors here Saturday. Mrs. Martha Richardson of Port land, is visiting her son, Dan Richard son of this city. , Miss Nellie Geary of Clatskanie, spent Sunday with Miss Dorothy John of this city. I. G. Wikstrom of Scappoose, was attending to business matters in Portland Tuesday. Miss Verna Conyers of Clatskanie, spent Sunday at the H. E. LaBare home in St. Helens. , Mrs. Clyde Sutherland and Mrs. Eugene Bl...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
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