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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 31 March 1916

3.ENS PORUAND AUTO LINE'E I I'll Kl HIUW., I"rp, HlilEIK LE A. M. I. M II..K-HH 7:30 1:30 . 7:1 IMS S : or, 2:oc . th.ud :20 S'SU lillah.l 10.00 4.G0 in u 11:50 6.60 nlunl") ' HuniliivM trip loavuiK Ht. Melon 6 p. ivm riirllmul 11 p. in. CLIABLE SERVICE f Or $ ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1916 lUlinitlircillMinn County (link I hereby announce myself an Re publican caiKlliliitii for ro-oloelloii to tho ofllco of Couiily CKtrk lit tlio pr marles, May 1U, 191(1, Hiibjoct to the approval of oloctorH. A. F. IIAItNKTT. IHslrli t Attorney Glen It. Motiiker of Kt. I lclini u cundlduto for tliu Republican lioml- itoi,i, of honor nation for district Attorney, ut tho Primary Nonilnatlnir Election Meiv Hi I'm: ' ' JDUSTRIAL REVIEW jj alriuount Brick Co. ut Mmi r..'ivi'd ordem fur 100,000 J brick. sJihIIoh creamery l enlarging 1 flailing new machinery. I'iimk - locul brick yard U n't vou,uu urica lor jl'if i are miller wuy for $70,000 tiof.lt" ut Corvallla. Swiori;i J A. McEuehern will on ...

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. — 31 March 1916

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MARCH 31. 1916 BLUNDERS OF THE . - , , - AnitTMTCTDATT-iv lesso" whkh we had ttlr'a(1y Earned AUMlmblKAllUN when It bettun. It has but obscured further demonstration. It bos caused Address of tlie lion. Klihu Itoot as nn enormous demand for some tilings TemMrury Chairman New York Hcitihlicun Convention Address ai Temporary Chairman of New York Republican Convention Point Out Sins of Democratic Com mission and Omission "We Have Lost Influence Because We Have Been Brave In Words and Irresolute In Action." In his address as temporary chair man of the New York state Iteimblhan convention, delivered lu Caruesle Hall, New York, the Hon. EUhu Hoot said: We are entering upou a contest for tbe election of a president and the con trol of government under conditions essentially new In the experience of our party and of our country. The forms and methods which we are about to follow are old nud familiar, but the grounds for action, the demand of great events for decisio...

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. — 31 March 1916

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1916 (Continued from paKe44) rat I'M f I'IClllllllW Hllll li'M It'll rise full with Urn bulnm-o of Hade. The iirrW'HIl IKfol'lu. inniruit'o; 11 uicir 11 iihtIciico tlmt tit continued by r observation of International life, f e ciiixt to see (lint the Inilelieiitlcnco tuitions, the liberty of tbelr moiIm. atlio uml liuwiiiilty cannot be tnnlu jjiwl uHiii the couliiUtanco, the good t lire, tho klnrtly fiflliiK of the atronic ifciird tho weak; that rent IiitluiM'iid jtr, real lIUTty, cannot rent uiwn euf friuire; that luneo mid liberty can be jpserrvd only by the authority and iM-rranoe of rule of national con it founded uion tho principles of lice and humanity; only by tho oa JillHhineiit of law among nuttona, re tiimlvu to the ullKbteucd public oplu- of uiuuktiid. To them liberty (aim not Utterly for themselves alone, it for all who are oppressed. Juntlce funs not Justice for themselves tino, but a s!'l'UJ for all who are ink aKututft tint tiKKroNHl...

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. — 31 March 1916

F CORRESPONDENCE HOULTON. ! On Thursday last a young man or-! rived In tho city. He stopped at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chus. White, nnd immediately claimed the ntten-j tion of all parties present by loudly declariug his purpose of remaining ; permanently as a member of tin fam-j II y and demanded that he be treated j as such. Scarcely had his deman Is ! been made until they were quickly awarded him. The young fellow l as not yet made many acquaintances in the city but those who have been fortunate to be introduced speak highly of his personal appearance and declare him to be a fine acquisi tion to our city. He has not yet reg istered, nor declared his political affiliations. His immediate friends, however, predict that at the first opportunity he will doubtless qualify as a Progressive Republican. In the meantime, Mr. and Mrs. White re joice In the birth of their second son, Thompson Ellis White, weight 10 pounds. Charlie White is ssttli able to attend to business and actu ally spe...

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. — 31 March 1916

ST. HELENS MIST, FRI DAY, MARCH 31, 1916 -ftktj.- . Bi 1 '!! V- U 'U ! . fi . ;- U-Vl y s i - 1 . w:'r- t .ij..: :. ! iric UNIVERSITY BUILDINGS, ill Memorial Hull llorrlck Hull Scionco TEACHER j AND PATRONS I .luni Tnu-lier and llrr IUm.n. mMo DuUnt 1. toaclior ahould not eok a po vlvacloim and a good mlxor. I until ihe liai a llconao to teach, ; Not0 t0 bcioo Hoarda: Horo arc ure that ahe can obtain ono. !a fw importniit point in school mun ho should do her ItoadliiR t'lr-j aRoment. When employing a teucher Ork promptly. 1 you may call lior attention to as many Bho should reenter her contract of them as you desire all of them .KetiH before toachlng a day. j or none of them. They are exported . film should have a Professional " 1,0 auKKestlvo, and their compil ing, and should present the 1 to her hoard for Inspection. I Phn should bo In school and 1 for work not later than 8:30 1 . . i ( Alio should keep hor room prop tenllliited, r.nd at a temperature !JiK from 65 degrees to 70 do-...

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. — 31 March 1916

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1916 8. P. & S. TIME TABLE, South Bound. Rainier Local North Bound. Rainier Local 9:09 a. m. 1:33 p. m. 6:1S p. m. 7:06 p. m. Fancy Box Candy at Mason's. Good Meats ami efficient service ul tho Central Market. To buy pure, wholesome ami un- Miss Leith spent the week end in i adulterated Candies, go to tho lioyal. Portland. Visit my candy kitchen, whero all Lunch at Mason's. I Fancy Box Candy at MaBon's. 8-00a mJ Wnl- ReUl of Kalnier' sP0,lt Mon 11:03 a. in. day hero 3:27 p. ru. ; 8:43 p. m. I Miss Lucillo Slado spent Sunday In ; kinds are made in the Rood old town Portland 'of St. Helens. Uoyal Confectionery MIST MISTINGS Miss Mildred Allen spent Saturday in Portland. Mrs. M. Saxon was a Portland vis itor Friday. Miss Helen Duns Bpent tho week end in Portland. EU Davis of Rainier, was a ness visitor here Saturday. Dressmaking, room 9, Bank build ing. Mrs. E. G. Hibbs. 3t M. E. Miller left for Clatskante on a business trip Thursday morning. Mrs....

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 April 1916

Fnii S n J u T ' lhlPbu,'dinK Plant, Creosote Preserving Plant, Two Stone Quarries, W Vi 7' ?,?aP LaunlT. Co-Operative Creamery, Fishing Industry, Municipal Coming p,' S!UI?? "Rhway. Rail and Water Transportation. Greatest Rier on the ZZ m;i i rr !C W?! L,v Wire Commercial Club, Improvement Co., Columbia County tair, Mild Climate, The Best Soil, Choice Fruit Land, Prettiest Scenery, Four City Parks. JELENS ATTRACTIONS MONTHLY PAY ROLL $60,000.00 v OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY 1IME XXXV. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1916 NO. 16 St HM 5 I " I III II II CCV-C: 1M: " ."'37- HELEI NS A WINNER CAPT. WRIGIITSON " SELLS VESSEL T GAME OF SERIES Woodland A ljr(to I nmil Attwula (Jaiue ii . r " ii Vl'i rresiueiii u. . the !.uku0, pitched the nrst Mayor Morton, the regulur schedule of the Intor-Clty h u opened here Sunday. In mining tilt Bt. Helens defeated jiniil by tlm one-sided icore of :i. A perfect day brought out )e crowd of local fans mid the...

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 April 1916

, i 'il ; "il i Hi t j i ft: I V i'VJ : i tit P.!. Ivi ST. HELENS MIST. FRI DAY. APRIL 7. 1916 IDLXDKU 1881. lKiit'tl Kvery Friday by TI1K MIST ri'ltMSIIINU t'OMPAXY. S. I.. M(H)HIIKAI) Ktlitor and MmniR-er COl'XTV Ol'l 1C1AL l'Al'Kll. INDUSTRIES FOR DEFENSE All the workl recalls the ilitTcrence between the inohilization of industries in Cierniany and in England, when the great war broke. In (.lerniany everything was organized. Every worker called to the colors left a substitute, whose name was on a list prepared long be fore. The railways handled the troops like clockwork, having been specially organized for that purpose. There was no confusion. Not an industry was idle, although nianv were diverted to new purposes, previously planned. In England there was nothing but confusion. Experienced workmen in munition factories rushed to the colors, leaving raw apprentices to do the most essential work in a bungling wav. It took over a year to perfect an organ ization of England's industri...

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 April 1916

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. APRIL 7, 1916 JELENSPORTIANIJ AUTO LINE & ANNOUNCEMENTS HCHEDILE A. M. . 7:.1 . 7:-C . ! : 0 ' ,. :20 . .10.00 .11:60 r. M 1:30 1:15 2:Of ano 4 GO 6. CO t. ecim trrou . 4HIIII)B1I . rllHinl PortlaiKt . Helium Hntunluy nl Huii.IiiJH Jul trip l'v"'K Hl' 0 p' I.,uvu Portlnnil H l Reliable service iST OF TRANSFERS. Lirtcd by Columbia County Ab- Company. irch 22 M. Kotol to II. ii. F ..... 1. 1 ii.. i. lot K. Mock 3, l oiunmm i St. Helens, 100. iry D Copelund to Alllo Butter s' tract 19, Mouniain view, H fjf bit r.. Her. 1. 'I. n in., h. o 7 it 1 10 0" cilumlilii Agricultural Co. to ll.-ii In c 4 9 Coimly Cli-rk I hereby ii nn mi ii i:i) myself mi llo- publlnin ciiudlduto for re election to tlio ofllce of County Clerk ut tlm Pri maries, May ID, 191(1. subject to tliu approval of elector. A. V. UAIINKTT. A HMHH4r To tlio voter of Columbia county. I hereby announce mymiir iih ii caudl- (luta on tlio Itopuhllcuu tic ket fur ro- munliiutlon to tlio ofllco of Coun...

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 April 1916

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. APRIL 7. 1916 THREE STABBED IN BATTLEJT TURNER Members of Band and City Council Indulge in Fight on Street. Salem, Or. In a pitched battle on the streets of Turner Saturday be tween members of the Turner baud and members of the city council, as sisted by partisans of each faction, three men were stabbed, one probably fatally. With a charge of assault with a dan gerous weapon against him, Lee Jeans, city councilman, of Turner, was taken to the Marlon county jail. Jeans was released from custody af ter members of the Turner council had deposited $500 bonds to insure his appearance when wanted. With the town of Turner divided into two factions for the last two years as the result of a bitter contro versy over the installation of a city water system, the clash is declared to be merely the culmination of the feud which has teen growing more tense ever since the faction known as the "wets" won In the courts over the "drys." The battle, resulting in three men being...

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 April 1916

OREGON NEWS NOTES OF GENERAUNTEREST Important Occurrences of Past Week Briefly Compiled for Cur Readers. Tho total rcKlstrallon of Oregon u- ktmiulillc" I" 21.800. Tli cummorclitl club of Nowbers; li krmiiKliiK 'ur ' corn 'u'r 1,1 A bettor hahlos' contest la holng milled for I'omlloton to bo ttottuil (lrll 21 anil 22. A school for convict at the Oregon iMiltctitlurr hit i boon opened with an II of KII ttinn The orKunlrtttlcm of a civilians' rifle lub with 6(1 charter members w joiiiplcteil at Albany. A state Hunilay irhool convention ill In' ht'lcl ut UoNuburK for three Jays. Ih'KiIiik April 24. Industrial club work among the KU nth iiiuiity public schools U to be ken up bkhIii IIiIh year, Morrow county farmer! aro rcjole k out tin' prospects of a bumper up this full, an tho ground 1 In flue aupv. A survey liua been bcnim In Lane n nt y to eliminate the els railway fMliiKH between KuKone and CotUKO froVII. rli h muriKtueite itrlko la reported Ijiii I'lmimnt Valley. Surveyors ara the...

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 April 1916

Jt rnDDPCDnwnrvrp A AAA A A A AA AAA Jt HOULTON. ! Our commission merchants ore. quite busy theso iluys. Mr. I. llos-j asco shipped out n car load of pota-; toes mid brought in a car lo:id of land plaster, which was readily taken i by the farmers and truck gardeners who are fast learning its value as a; help to production. ! Mr. Chas White is a busy man, be- j sides assisting in t'10 training of the: new arrival in his homo., ho found j time to ship one ear loud of cuttle and hogs, and two car loads of po-i tatoes, all in one week. As an evidence that prosperity has come to the city merchants, we notice that Chambers Bros, are sporting a new automobile. I suppose we will have to say "Mister" now instead of George. Grover Chambers and family, who left Houlton last autumn for North Carolina, have returned, arriving in Houlton on Saturday last. Dick says old Columbia county looks good to him. They expect to locate perma nently in Houlton. Will Karth and family accompain led by Mr. Kart...

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. — 7 April 1916

TIDE TABLES FOR APRIL, 1916 ST. HELENS MIST. FRI DAY. APRIL 7. 1916 Hutu f Sturlty JultNllAY ililllltlV . . . H i'l iiiiHiliiy . . 4 fw'lMllll'H'lliy iTIiurmlny . j'rMuy iHiilunliiy . IHI'niiai tatmiduy I'unuilllV Vciliii'nilaylli Vriiurmliiy . IS i'rliluy jtuiunlay Jit:NDAV Stimiiluy . IlltlUlllV A'oiliM-iiilny 1 i 'liursday .2" rlilav . lat untny I'NIlAV Uwnlay , Tin-mlay . . !& JVciliii'iiilayO Tliurmluy .27 frrlihlV . . . 28 iatunluy .2U;l It'NIlAY .:to 1 "M 1 A i . ilU; . .7 . .11 .It) .11 . H .15 .11! .17 .21 '. 2:i .24 A. Ii. 111. ' 0 :27 () : r. ! l:2tf 1:61) 2::io 3: Oil 3:41 10:11 ll:o:i 11:61 ' 0:26 1:00 1:30 2:21 3:09 4:04 6:13 0:36 7:6H 9:11 10:11) l.:13 M. "t'C I 1'. M. ' - " riiii , liO 1 1 : ii. in. 12:11 12:6)1 1 :3 2:20 3:00 3:42 4:2H 6:24 0:31 7:41 8:41 9:29 10:09 10:4(1 II: JH 11:62 12:3)1 1:23 2:09 2:68 3:63 4:66 0:05 7:15 8:18 9:12 9:68 2110:39 3 11:16 .12:03 .11:60 Low Water I A. M. I'. M. Until Kiitnnluy HtlNDAY Momluy Tuesday VViiilniiHiliiy I liurHiluy ...

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. — 7 April 1916

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. APRIL 7. 1916 8. 1. & S. TIME TABLE. South Bound. Rainier Local North Bound. Rainier Local . S :00a.m. 11:03 a. m. 3:27 p. m. 8:43 p. m. 9:09 a. m. 1 :33 p. ni. 6:18 p. m. 7:06 p. m. I.uncu at Mason's. Fancy Box Candy at Mason's. A. S. Harrison spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Portland. J. F. Ryan was a business visitor in Portland Tuesday. Brick Ice cream at Mason's for your Sunday dinner. MIST MISTINGS A Am Mayor Morton spent Thursday and , Dressmaking, room 9. Hank build Friday In Astoria on business. ing. Mrs. E. O. Hibbs. 3t Highest cash price paid for Dress-! Mrs. R. Rawson spent several days ed Hogs and Veal, at tho Central in Portland this week. Market. slr an1 Mr- s- L- lias Plnt T. J. Ftippin and Nick Blumen- Thursday In Portland, saadt of Rainier, were attending o District court will convene next busines here Wednesday. ' Monday. Docket In this Issue. Remember our Candy Sales on j The Independent Auto Co. have an Saturday and Sunday. !5c per ill...

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 April 1916

ST lirirMO ATTnAOTinillO I Frait ffnnir?,: Stone Quarries, , , I HELENS ATTRACTIONS sSSSSSSS3S MONTHLY PAY ROLL $60,000.00 u wnmaie, i he Best Soil, Choice Frmt Land, Prettiest Scenery, Four City Parks. I I II III III I II II r.miJt l-ra-J-iLdfcwiJ1 ' ' v. 'iW'-Vl!.! 1 I I I II 11- II OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY DLUME XXXV. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1916 NO. 17 H! YOU ST. HELENS HITE SOX WIN AGAIN feat WckmIImuJ fur Horoml Time- Now mA league Notwithstanding the threatening BtluT, some flfty loyal furii ac jbliunUd (lie Ht. Helens Wlilte Box j Woodland Inst Sunday and all ex h tliu opinion that the game y saw wan wall worth while, laldson u on the flrlug line for Helens and hi work corroborate opinion of the (porting editor t lio will be one or Manager Hai ti's mainstays during the aeaaon. hold Woodland to one hit and his ktrol waa almost perfect, walking ly two num. Prom the score, I to nun would Judge that the game H not Interesti...

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 April 1916

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1916 FOVXIEl 1881. Isued Kvery Friday by THK MIST 1'llU.ISHIXU COMPANY. S. L. MOOKHKAD Kdilor and Manner Entered as second-class matter, January 10th, 1912, at tho Postofflce at St. Helena, Oregon, under the act of March 3rd, 1S79. SfBSCKirTlOX KATES: One Year l Six Months ' Advertising rates made known on application. COUNTY OFFICIAL I'Al'EH. - trnr W V HUGHES SENTIMENT GROWS I"" ,nvw .!in, sc-n.imon, for j' 1NDUMK1AL Ktvictr tlio nomination of Justice Hughi's for liii-si- WAS NAMED IN 1598 s voti near El Paso, von catch a glimpse, at Vsleta. of the venerable church, now hope lessly "restored." that was built away back in 1682 after the Pueblo uprising, savs hrnest Peixotto in Scribner's Magazine. Does this sound like a remote date in American history.'' One is constantly surprised down here by the antiuuitv of the settlements. El Paso is certainly no exception to tlie rule, for it was given its name in 1598 by Juan de Onate, one of the earliest e...

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 April 1916

HENS-PORTIM AUTO LINE E HHi:i'lH'" BROS., Props. HCHKDI'LK A. M. I'. ,st. Helens 7:' I urrcn ' feuppnoso a: 'in Vortland :l fl'ortland 10. CO 4.00 .'ik 11: CO 6. GO I Hnturduyii and Sunday flul trip living St. Helena 6 p. m. Leave Portland 11 P- Ml. RELIABLE SERVICE .1ST OF TRANSFERS. Hiorted by Columbia County Ab It Company. hrll 0 - Luvlnu Hardy to Mury K. HK't of NK'4 of SK H. 24. is., li. 2 W., $10.00. A II Wright t " HofUH llcgll; 1 , block 1, lllanchard's Addn, J H. Wright 't ux to Alfred and fret lie Johnson; lot 4, liloi'k 1, .iaiuhard's Addn., $100.00. K. Kii'vimih to All la Huttor t Ui S"t trucl 19, Mouutulu Vlw, All u A 1 1 ht Ino and (). II. Anstlno to f Wright; Int 6, Mock 14, In iliurd's Second Addn., $1.00. furies Kuulck li lid Agnes KoU- ( a ii n h It. (ieiger; lots 9 ami 10, rk 2, Whitney' Addn. to Hcup $;uu oo. iidlnavlun American Realty Co. A OriiHiniiii nnd Anna (lens W, of NK'i S 24, T. 5 N , It. 110 00. Dill 6-- Illtuii Wi'iitworth Thn in. lo (I. A. HlUn; NK'4 ...

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 April 1916

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. APRIL 14. 1916 MAGIC Of A UPO Sulphuric Acid Plays a Big Part In Our Daily Life. ITS LOSS WOULD BE TRAGIC. W Could Hardly Live Without tha Help of This Wonderful Agent of Science That Makes Possible Many I of Our Arte and Industries. i When yon get up In the uuuulng ami ; turn on the water for innir bath you use a nickel plated faucet which re- i quired sulphuric acid in its maiiufne ture. Tour tub. If It be enameled. ' has met sulphuric acid before it be came what It Is, and If It Is an old fashioned one of tlu, plated on sheet copper, It needed even more sulphuric add before it took Its place In clviliza tion as a bathtub. The water in which you bathe has probably been treated with sulphate of copper to clear it of algae. The towel with which you dry yourself has met sulphuric acid before you bought It. and the soapmaker possibly found it necessary to use some in the prepara tion of your soap. The bristles of your hairbrush have been treated with it. The b...

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 April 1916

ST- HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1916 S """" " 1 ' CURIOUS MEALS. JUST PLAIN COUNTRY. luty to Bs Found In Rural ocanaa Round About noma. .....iin.r m-rnon of tba jko put J u k,t aay, .- - m rar n - . ni.t.. fff ti.r-MKi)lorliiif ult-ana " " - i ic H,r,,"se or "BW "ua III! tO WC. VIIM"" ..ml '! and tnnkluB F ' ...imuIm MM fllll F t.ler ami or " kT. of ttull". washed by green waves. ,,ro the "r "" o .dventuw to Odysseus. Ana i hud Illige rnjii'" llnil to WBtcb ut lM,BI,t Pmort itli. earth the pageant of wind ana . .i i ipuilirlnir tin unknown tt anu ciuuu, -In a nno wood of adveulure, drt- crosa mountain paawa n vuu- I. fresh and aa enchanting aa !f PB " . ... ...-..!.... hnil WWII CrCIIICU WTCIIUKUV M jrt thla flint frcah acnao of quest Vt aemctline orniiiiiu "-' Ihut at range ""r or w""cr' ni.iuniiilii range has brought n ,m of nlfHHiirc nulla ao deep a that V h i oiiioa ut iixiuiriitn in mere conn r . ... .... t (hp plain coiMiirT in inv miiu .. iihu fif lilt, Iw.w lllf. 1 UU IH'...

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 April 1916

ST. HELENS MIST. FRI DAY. APRIL 14. 1916 CORRESPONDENCE HOULTON. The office ot the Columbia Herald moved into new quarters Friday of last week and now occupy the Schoonover building. Larger and better accommodations for the plant have thus been secured. Mr. Chas. White shipped another carload of cattle to Portland on Sat urday last. To the uniuitiated it seems queer that the fat cattle and hogs are shipped from this part of the county to the Portland market and then our retail meat men buy from Portland wholesale men and re ship the same or other meat back to this city and retail to patrons. Per haps it is done to give the poor rail road corporation some business. Why cannot our retail men buy direct from producers and thus save two freight charges and a middleman's commission, which is in the end paid by the patrons of our home markets? The minister of the M. E. church enjoyed a fine auto trip on Thurs day, when he accompanied N. A. Perry to Portland in his fine Cadil lac. They lef...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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