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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 24 September 1915

NEWSY;NEWS ' H. J H. TIMK TAIILK. HoiitU ltximil. r1 Vi.rlh HllUllll. 8:14 a. m. Hauler Loral 8:46 p.m. Mr. W. Mucklo apont Huturday lo I'ortlnnil. Br, uml Mr. J. l Zlppnrer woro Portlimil vlHllors Bunday. . Mr,, Knink Shepurd of rortluud, fliiii'liiy guost In thli city. Mr,. Frank llrown of Yankton, was j'tUltnr In HI. Helens Saturday. juniiw Mucklo nnii rjvoreti nnrri mtl r iiioiorlitR tliroiiKh Oregon. Mr. mxl Mrs- (lnrlu Thompson re rortlnml visitors lust Bunduy. Mr. Jacob Uoorga and Mrs. Annlo Co aro vliiltlnK In Portland ttttu wrwk. Mn. W. II. McKay ami Mrs. llaum of Portland, spent several days lioro lut week. Mr. uml Mra. Waller ninkcsloy mil Mrs. J. W. Allon inotoreu lo Portland Saturday. Mr. aud Mrs. Ernest O. Conn wore utiipplUK and enjoying tin sights of rorllntiil Saturday. Mm. I'lnl II- Cliirko, ono of the rnflirm In Yukton acliooi, waa a tWIiiMd UiIh city Huliirdny. j Attorney II. W. WhltO liua moved 'hit oillra to tlm Quick budding, op- ipoilto tin' city Imll on tlio...

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. — 24 September 1915

i ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1915. rn,nrronMiTrvrTrr S HOULTON. Harry Oliver Is now living at Cheney, Kansas. John McQueen spent part of last week in Portland. Perley CrouBe is the owner of a fine new Ford car. LeBaron Crouse was in from Trenholm Monday. James Dell has been on the sick list for a few days. Miss Juanita Moffett spent Sunday with Yankton friends. Jack Prescott and Harry Urie have returned from Portland. Mrs. C. White returned Friday from a few days' visit to Portland. Born To Mr. and Mrs. Colon C. Crouse, a son, on Thursday, Sept. 9. Chas. Crouse was up from Wauna to spend Sunday with his children here. - Mrs. Roland Masten and little daughter, Lois, have returned from Portland. Mr. and Mrs. John Karth and daughter, Hilda, spent the week end at Seaside recently. Guy Bennett has purchased a gasoline motor engine for his wood sawing machine. Mrs. Bergan of Portland, is here to visit her daughter, Mrs. Stanley Fells, for a few days. E. Lofstrand has painted h...

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. — 24 September 1915

jTHELENS MIST, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1915. (Ol HT riMM'KKUINtJH. (CoiiIIiiihmI from page 2). Lane, Lane, Wal- 92.50; U. Peterson, $12:1.75; Al- linn Julinwin, Anderson, $48.00; K. Ira Klock, $49. CO; It K WIIho... $2.00; John I. ! or jno. Ni-lMin. $5.00; A. ?4.'m 26: W. H. Rose, $102. OtiailO Of rock he enti-,l !.,. writing, in word, mid tlKurH as'i,,"' 'Thin Indenture, nimln ami enter. 1 into thin 3rd dav nt q.... i. .- 1 6(1 .,j75; I). Mi-Multim ' , Price, $19 00; 1 : 149.6O: I. KUH'k, $44 00; C. Italian), .till): If. I.lirmm, i LioSlf P. A. niiriii.ni, i.i.uu; HL'M.MOXH. Ht'M.MONB TOR ITHMCATION I l'lti:('XHl HK OF TAX MKN. 115. by and between w 1!" , '. rJ "",e.Ur, onrtof the State of of Marshland, Oh tal l rVZ , '9. """ L', designated a the party of 11,0 , ' 1.,. , ', " "l" ' part, and the Com i , , , . riHiiier, k. u. Oar,- County of Column ,, "h," , " ""i? 'lry?"V : .'. "y. ln ( . " I ' K W II . T lUIIUIIILril aa tl.i party J I &la. r': 8- Kauppl. $47.00; C Nortny, M4 00;...

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. — 24 September 1915

6 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 1915. at CXLIMMA ttlUXTY FAIR. (Coatlnucd from page 1). Hazel Fllppln, second; Hilda Mac kinster, third. Tatting Daisy Wikstrom, first; Elsie Kallberg, second; Pearl Wood, third. Drawn Work Ethel Flippin. sec ond. (No competition). Cross Stitch Olga Marek, second. (No competition). Hemstitching Haiel Flippin first; Blanch Leziobery, second; Iva Tarbell. third. Six Buttonholes Mrs. E. Dspain, first. Hand Sewing Ethel Flippin, first. Drawings Gladys Johnson, first; Agnes Johnson, second. Quilts Blanche Lizenbery. first. Canned Fruit Iva Tarbell, first. Pickles Iva Tarbell, first. Roses Mrs. Laws, first; Mrs. Ross, second; Mrs. Dspain, third. Asters Mrs. Bernice Allen, first; Mrs. Anna Saurer, second; Mrs. Roy Stuart, third. Best Collection of Potted Plants Mrs. Thompson, first; Mrs. Dspain. second; Mrs. Belford, third. Pansies Dora Smith, first, Mrs. Dspain, second. Geraniums Mrs. Southard, first; Iva Tarbell, second; Mrs. Quani, third. Cut Flo...

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. — 1 October 1915

I i Twn r?icr J-i.. ti i .... C mm rilO UTTnUnTinilO Fruit Canning (lin rlanl. Creosote Preserving Plant, Two Stone Ouarries. Industrv. Munirinal Greatest River on the Columbia Countv Four City Parks. jr?r&r& rJ 0k . OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY ,UME XXXIV. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1915. NO. 41 UL UW II MK1 . 1 II IN Water Plnntr, : iU M aiinary, Co-Operative Creamery. Fishine MONTHLY PAY ROLL $60,000.00 ML LLMU HI innUIIUIlU Contincn :i.i,,.r ,T s:.tFay:..Kaand Water Transportation. i" ' " 1 Fair. Mil.iriimn;:W" tJ"v5 .VLre Vommercial Club, Improvement Co.. "" 1 "c ocsl Choice Fruit Land, Prettiest Scenery, I I 2 1 l I ? lis i ; ' - - - III 11 II II 11 URIALSCHOOLSHTHEFAIR SCHOOL EXHIBITS. "SOS" FROM THE STRAND Ll (i nenntl on jr n - miring VlnMor. county l l"'ao lr 1,rn,ol: k any bettor snowing o: md high school courses man bit (winl y biIiiiois una piuceu lulilmi hi tlx" county '"r l"' i,r day, initwltlisianaiiig iw imt ...

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. — 1 October 1915

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1915. FOUXDKD 1881. Issued Kverjr Friday bjr THK MIST rriUJSHIXU tXMIXY. 8. I MOOKHKAI) Kill tor and Manager Eutered as second-class matter, January 10th, 1912, at the Postoftlce at St. Helens, Oregon, under tlio act of March 3rd, 1S79. . 8U11SCIUFTION KATKS: One Year $1.50 Six Montlia 73 Advertising rate made known on aiillratlon. COUNTY OFFICIAL rAPEK. PAVING, 67 CENTS A SQUARE YARD. A total of 23,930 yards of paving put clown t.t a total cost of $15,933.68, or approximately 67 cents per square yard, or $5,(HJ0 per mile for a 12-foot road bed, which price includes a royalty on the plant of 15 cents per square yard. If the 15 cent royalty were deducted and there were added a cost of four cents per square yard to pay for overhead expenses and depreciation of value on the plant the cost of paying would be brought down to about $4500 per mile. Taking the ditl'erence between the nine-foot roadbed usually laid for macad am roads and the 14-foot roadbe...

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. — 1 October 1915

i. ; M Ml 3 i'UCi it 0,! PEL fiCfCJ t. He land, LAW IcORRESPOTNCEj HOULTON. - a white weut to Portland I'll,, - wnrklna- at U Jlcljueiin Cr ... i A.tnrla last iul Boiutw" "v - 1 01 builm1'- ? i u..tttiwa u a Port- in Etn' Raiuraay. . white wa called Mayger i . . ..... l.dioBOiniai duu.. I" ' . . . h.a ral.irnari Helen i.ru., . .uii to frluud In Portland. U A. I' down from L.4 pri.uy to attend ths fair. La William" csn6 down fpom lvau . .. . . I ... .1. Ajt unlit of Trenholm, U ami ' lll Mr- A- J H.tel l(ay of Deer Inland, L her il-cr. Mini Lula Haiey, i,.. rulurnad from a n Wiuir.... -- --- - - , nojuurn at oliopnera ftprlog". .urt riiumlxTi loft Sunday for jd Itlver. where lie hope, to find Lyment. lrl Goodman, daugnter oi nr. Url. will Ooodmaa, wa. quite Vt wk- In, Fred Davis of Rainier, ana Gregory of lrecott. attended Ir.lr FrUlay. ir. and Mr. Ja. McKay and (Men, ll"H nd Inei, wero In hob Friday. John liolan and daughter, (rtlne and Alma, were Portland on Saturday. loyd White an...

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. — 1 October 1915

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1915. COLUMBIA COUNTY FAIR EXHIBITS (Concluded from last week). Barred Plymouth Rocks. G. W. Perry, cock and cockerel, first; cockerel, second; pullet, first and second. W. C. Morley, hen, first. C W. Porry, hen, second. Ray Tarbell, hen, first; best pen, first. W. C. Morley, best pen, second. Mrs. Louisa Hazon, best pen, third. R. I. Reds. A. M. Williams, single bird, first. P. M. Bonduro, single bird, second. A. M. Williams, first and second pon. Anromts. ' - Ray Tarbell, first cock;flrst cock erel; second cockerel; first and sec ond hen; first and second pen. Black Minorca. Frank Beegle, first pon. Black Spanish. R. C. Hamill, first pen. S. C. Bull Leghorns. Albert D. Larson, first and socond ccck; first and socond cockerel; first and second pen. White leghorn. R. C. Hamill. first cock; first and second hen. : . Mrs. J. Carr, first, second and third cockerel. J. Philip, first and second pullet, White Wyandotte. Mrs. A. J. Freeman, first and thi...

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. — 1 October 1915

.HM'KKII.N;H OF THK COINTV COURT. (Cuiilluucd from pego 2). gt. Helena County Road, as appoara by'tha plat tlit roof on tllo In the olllce 0( tint County ltoadniastor; Ami It further appearing to the Court tliut IIih owners of Ilia real property truuKli which suid changed mirtiiiu uf ouid roud l located, to- Wlt: t'oluinbla County Heal Katalc Company. Amelia nnu cnuer Black hurii uml II- E. tt"d Adeline LaBare, having presented herein their re spective Rood and sultlcioiit deeds, conveying to Columbia County, for ruud purposes, all portion or said chunged road not included within the limits of said road a traveled before tucli changes were made; It Im therefore o rehired by the Court that mild deed be, and the aame art hereby upprovou. subject to the re port of the Hoard of County Itoad Viewers upon Bald cliuuged road. It In further ordered by the Court Mint the llourd of County Koad View Bra moot at HI. Huleua, Oregon, on the 25th day of September, 1816, or on their failure to inet...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 1 October 1915

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1915. f lfcAAAAAAJ.A..AfcJi NEWSY NEWS 8. P. 8. TIME TABLE. South Bound. Rainier Local 7:53 a.m. 11:06 a. m. Rainier Local 3:49 p.m. 7:39 p. m. North Bound. 8:14 a. m. Rainier Local 1:58 p. m. Rainier Local ,. 6:45 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rotger spent Friday in Portland. Mrs. Clyde Sutherland spent Wed nesday in Portland. Born To the wife of Carl Ludwig of Yankton, Sept. 28, a boy. Mrs. P. Gregory of Prescott, at tended the fair Friday afternoon. E. A. Ross transacted business in Portland Tuesday and Wednesday, The Independent Auto Co. has sold to G. R. Metsker a fine 1916 model Dodge. Mrs. J. G. Miller spent several days in Portland last week visiting relatives. Washington and Charles Muckle left Wednesday to attend the State fair at Salem. Mrs. Harvey Coons of Portland, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M..T. Wilcox. The bread that won the blue rib bon at the fair was made from White Cream flour, sold by Harrison. Harry Richardso...

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. — 8 October 1915

St HELENS. AnRACTIONS Frui?Canni?KSFrSv Kr" FlanA' Creosote Preserving Plant, Two Stone Quarries, , Water Plant r,u.'J' ttP a"ndry, Co-Operative Creamery. Fishinsr Industry. Municipal maiiti 11 ir run nni t Ann nnn nn SlsrA WUH HLTfAT HULL JbU.UUU.UU i iic oesr 3il, Choice Fruit LanH Prffict RrAr T7- n ro-t, I ' . .v.vua. wvviivjrf VU1 AtJT Ql A3i N OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY VOLUME XXXIV. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1915. NO. 42 DOLLAR DAY. 0,N.rlimly I" Knocking at INMir, Mr. Sorclmnt, Vour jlow nliout ft Dollar Day for St. IIliT Ho about It, Mr. Merch ant? Huvo you given the subject any tliouglitT Other town throughout the state liavo mutlo a success of Dollar Day and St. Helens cun do anything thai my other place can. Thl hat boon dgmonat rated before. Muny have read of tho groat ucce of dolluv day In rorthind; how matiy uiorch inla took In thousand of dollar. Don't nay that we cannot hopo to do Hka I'ortluiid. Why not? AltliouK...

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. — 8 October 1915

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8,1915. FOCXDED 1881. Issued Kvery rWay THE MIST PCBL1SHIXU COMPANY. 8. 1. MOOKHRAU Kditor and Mnupr Entered a second-class matter, January 10th, 1J1I, at the Foetoffice at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act of March 3rd, 1S7. SCBSCRITTIOX RATES: CeTear l 80 Six Month 75 Advertising rate made known om application. COUNTY OmCUl PATER. PECULIAR PRIDE. Mr. Moorhead, the new editor of the St. Helens Mist, boasts in his salutatory that he is a Republican "standpatter." The Apaches of Paris proudly claim their descent from a long line of thieves. The standpat Republicans are the ones responsible for Democratic success at the last election. Their methods at the Na t onal Convention disgusted millions of Repub lican voters far in excess of the number who voted for Theodore Roosevelt. Thousands of such men as Borah, and Cummins and La toi lette denounced the standpat methods of the pang that dominated the convention, but thought that reform might be brought ab...

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. — 8 October 1915

WHALE OF A LOT OF WHALES Keror)l i U h Made" at Grays !UrlHr ,l.t-l wnaies. Tli8 whaling season on Grays Harbor came to a close with tlx sea NB's cateli for the station totallnf 134 wliales, and valued at more than . nuartur of a million dollars. One of ilia craft had a record of 106 wllei cauKht, seven aperm. One lulphur bottom whale taken laat Mtk measured 78 feet, being the lariest evor landed off Orayi Harbor. Th lariiest whale ever known to by beon captured measured 87 feet and was of the same variety. Tin average t'sclflo Coast whale Is uld to be worth 1800 on the average, Uilnf theee flic urea, the catch of the Bay City station would be worth or $250,000 for a season lasting ore tliau (uur and one-half months. The Uuy City station Is one of seven located upon the Pacific Coast and l the only whaling station In the United Btutits proper. The other whaling atntlons on tho Pacific Coast ire In Alaska ond British Columbia. The total cutch on the Pacific Coast tlili year la expect...

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. — 8 October 1915

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1915. CORRESPONDENCE SCAPPOOSE. Chauncy Butler Is again employed at Chapman camp running an engine. Mrs. May Getchell was the guest of Mrs. M. D. Reed In Portland Tues day. Mrs. Rose Watts and daughter. Helen, were Portland shoppers Mon day. Clay DeGraffe has finished his barn and adorned It with a coat of paint. Mr. Gouchnor and James Pomeroy spent a day at the Salem fair last week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Price of Port land, spent Sunday at the home of D. W. Price. Miss Lily Larson of Portland, spent Sunday at -he home of her sister, Mrs. L. Brown. ' Vade Balch of Reno, Wash., spent a couple of days with his mother, Mrs. Mary Tabor. S. H. Pomeroy and wife of Port land, spent the latter part of last week with his brother, G. W. Pom eroy. While Geo. Rhodes was out in his field shooting Sunday, a shot passing through one of his windows whizzed close to his wife's head. J. D. McKay is preparing to put a glass front in the building now occu pied and used as...

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. — 8 October 1915

TO 0 E (OUt MATERIA!. HAt ENTERED THE BANK VAULTS OF THE NATION. link Financial Power Hous to th Community. By Ptr Radford. 0d of the greatost opportunities to Um business Ufa of the nation Uei li practical co-operation of ib coun ts banks with the farmer In building urlculture and the adventure la laden fits greater possibilities than any torwtrd niovemont now before the American public. A few baukore have loaned money I. fsnnsrs at a low rate of Interest, ud ofttlniHi without eompenaatlon, to bur blooded llveaioca, nulla auoa, (ertlllia the land, eecure better oeed, hold their prnducta for a betetr mar tat orlce, etc. The barker In eon iributlnc towurd Improving the grade of UvcMock; the quality of the aeed ud the fertility of the aoll, planU In th agricultural life of the community , fountain of profit, that, like Tenny on' brook, runa on and on forever. Community Pro great a lank Aaaet The time waa when money loaned oa such a basis would aeverely teat ; the aaiilty of the banker...

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. — 8 October 1915

1.1 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 8, 1915. iinunw iinifn NEWSY NEWS a p. & a time table, South Bound. Rainier Local Rainier Local North Bound. Rainier Local 7:53 a. m. 11:06 a. m. 8:49 p. m. 7:39 p. m. 8:14 a. m. 1:58 p. m. Rainier Local 6:45 p.m. Mrs. E. R. Botstord spent the week end In Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McCoy spent Sunday in Portland. Jess Munden and Geo, Vogel of Rainier, spent Tuesday here. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Prtngle were Portland visitors Wednesday. E. H. Joseph of Rainier, was a business visitor here Monday. Miss Amy George and Miss Lois Clear spent Saturday In Portland. Mrs. H. J. Anderson of Warren, " was a visitor to this city Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Morton spent . the week end in South Bend, Wash. Miss Marie Paulson has been con fined to her home the past week with a severe cold. G. A. Downing, a wood baron of Portland, was transacting business here Wednesday. Dr. R. L. Jeffcott spent the week end here visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Allen...

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. — 15 October 1915

Fruit ffnSSAS! gSft Creosote Preserving Wator di 4-l"ry. ateam Laundrv r.n.,t:... r. K (NG. MONTHLY PAY ROLL $60.0Uu.u. ' 8,1,. Kori, i f ENS ATTRACTIONS' Plant, Two Stone Quarries, r '-.t I "nut, j ln !t .' ' just , for atent ship, new arge it. OLUME XXXIV. REAT TRIFLE TRAGEDY , Htoiil Ki"N U'lf, Hlntrr.iijM mid iiiiiiM'ir. Tliurmluy near tlio noon hour. Wll- ... ... ....., .....1 LIII...I I.I.. ,IU plain nuui Ulltl KiuiTu ii in wilt? )d Ma hIhIit-Iii-Iiiw, Mr. Todd, and ,.u ict II ro to llio promkoi and lied himself. Stout unit his wife had boon sop- hied for upwunU of a yer, ond In' Li freiU)'iitly endeavored to secure Interview. Tlmt morning he sonl lr bur anil lirr ulnter, lo come nvti , it her personal bolo ii,l:ic. Tlicy rniUH-Htcd Marshal Chlttlm i.d wife to iirroiiiinny them. Wti in py readied tlio n'sldortco, Stout mot m at tlio dour, llu rn.jiicslot! the rahal nml Ilia wlf to take Mult on U porch as lie wanted prlvute Ai roiin nit they entered tlio house knut luiked ilia ...

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. — 15 October 1915

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15,1915 1ily by ISO COMPAXV. . Kdilor anil Manager - lass matter, Jauuary 10th, at St. Helens, Oregon, under the 79. , .. 4SCIUPTIOX KATtiS: One Ye..,. . 1.50 Six lmtXs7. 75 Advertising rates miwle known on application. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAVKH. DEATH OF MRS. DUNIWAY. Mrs. Abigail Scott Duniway died Monday morning at the Good Samaritan hospital, aged 81 years. She was the best known woman in Oregon and was known as the . "mother of equal suffrage in Oregon." She was born in Illinois, October 22, 1834. It was early in the spring of 1852 that Mr. Scott caught the "Oregon fever," as it was known at that time, sold his possessions in Illi nois and started wit It his family and a long line of covered wagons, drawn by teams of oxen, to this state. Incidents of the trip were many, as was common to these adventurous travelers in that day, but chief of all happenings recalled by Mrs. Duniway was the death of her mother, who passed away of cholera in the Black Hi...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 15 October 1915

rOURT PROCEEDINGS i ..enc w - lin tl.l Wertnofilay. October 8, 1918 judicial day vuuniy Aid in the i made, wherein 0 thl.SH !; of October. l16,l month m luaL'rlV. 25 00 P" comet on ior uenrnis wis wruien pe- U cknell. ha ami .. ,ur 01 Utlon of UdJ Estate Company pray, revoked ' "d the ,,m ''reby Ini for romlHglon of penalty and In- Tliurmlnv n..i. "rt clmrKd ucolnnt 12B7 acre, of 1 Ju.llXl dll y iU ber 7' 191S- 7th land In Kctlon 4, . 10, 16, T. 3! Mutter of'l'etii.. ... N, II. 1 W.. nd In Boctlon , T. 4 son. ot al r, , J of 1 lla- Erl- 2 H. 1 W.. on account of remittance on liii',. '?u"t7 " ,o covnr first Half 1814 tux lulnit to be heard ui, , , n. . .lu',,g on boen mailed to County Treasurer on ,f the rZ"r, i ' ,,J V "c,'nd. the 30.1. .lay of March. 1918. .aid Hoad '1 h""',? 0f "" unimruiit tv ...t " iniinri wua " .:, ' -"uniy uoai . ,.i .....i.i..- i, j . i me necoHK iv f Z ad that j flS SJtot collector of a sum .utllc.ent ort Vn't tloY nlTl to py wM taxes in full, without pen- w...

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. — 15 October 1915

ST. HELENS MIST. FRI DAY. OCTOBER 15. 1915 CORRESPONDENCE HOULTON. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fells have moved to Portland. Rev. Sanford Snyder was a Port land visitor last week. Mrs. David Pope was a passenger to Portland last Thursday. Mrs. Baker of Warren was in Houl ton for a few hours Tuesday. Louis Rosasco was a Portland busi ness visitor Tuesday of this week. A. T. Klblan attended to business in Portland last week on Tuesday. Mrs. Ada Lattin of Trenholm, is the guest of Mrs. Aaron Kelley of this city. Harry Dunn was a Portland visitor last Saturday, returning on Sunday evening. Guy Bennett threshed beans last week, having rigged up his gasoline engine to furnish the motor power. Mrs. Marshall Churchill of Mas ten's camp, is spending the week with Mrs. Eldredge CrouBe at St. Helens. Mrs. Harvey Wllkins and little son. Dean, returned Tuesday evening from a week's visit with Portland rel atives. Misses Helen Klblan, Bonnie Gens man and Helen White spent Sunday at the Lone Fir Dairy Fa...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
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