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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 28 July 1916

bin. 21.' it-ii- t, S. TIME TABLE . Knuii Portland Leaves Arrlvna I'ltrlliiml. Ht. HoleiiH 7:15 a. in. 8:14 a. in. ' ' ' 1 2 : 2 6 p. ill. 1:33 p. til. 6:36 P- ' P- " .... c.:iu p. in. 7:XG p. hi. Ti Portland, I, oaves Arrives Ht. I ii'li'im Portland ,,, 7:D a. in. :16 a. III. ',','.11:05 u. in. 12:06 p. in. P- ' 6:00 P. " '.. 7:38 p. in. 8:40 p. in. r lliey got tlio range, and they I o it to I ln dcMotlon liourit, where men there put It on the board, ; sun polntor hcch U and sots tlio I that range, commands tint I "Attctitlciii ; 'Flro." Tlmn tlioy "leitin whic h nniH over tlio wall, ml itlll. buck (dlHnppinrliiK All li done In 18 tweonda. f nllTe "'ii doing null callbor lice, thai In small barrel slipped lbs 1'lK Kim liul only shoot a II. but It x worked on tho same Mple. Tomorrow wn liuvo tlm practice, shooting Ui8 largest pro 'lnd trying to g,,t roconU. Our I'Mjr han been beutlng them all nil CullliiT nructlcn. I hnmi u thom tomorrow. J' 11:30 recall M Bounded. That rr artillery...

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. — 28 July 1916

4 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. JULY 28, 1916 8 & 1 "! 1 '3 i i J MIST MISTINGS Weatherly'g ice cream at Fred Watkins' every day. I. A. Smith and II. M. Terry mo tored to Portland Wednesday. Mrs. H. Wahlgren of Astoria, Is visiting her sou, Jamej Wahlgren. Miss Lottie Gray of Portland, is visiting her brother, Von. A. Gray. Dr. and Mrs. M. F. Fenton of Portland were guests of Miss Amy Georgo Tuesday. Dr. Pain and wife of Portland, were the Sunday guest of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Peel. Miss Carrie Elbertson of Portland was a guest of Mrs. Edwin Ross on Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Frank James of Portland, visited at the homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson Monday. After a week spent in visiting rela tives and friends In Portland, Mrs. W. G. Mucklo has returned to St. Helens. Mrs. V. R. Dinham returned Sun- day evening from Seattle, where she has been visiting friends for the past 'two weeks. Born, July 21. to Mr. and Mrs. E C. Stanwood, a daughter. The sher iff is considerably stuck up ...

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. — 4 August 1916

It Helens Mist Industrial Edition Out September 8th. Secure Space Early 3 OFFICIAL PAPER OFCOLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY -OLUME XXXV. ST, HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1916 TV OF PORTLAND HAVES FORAUSTRAUA MCE LUMBER CARGO L Motor Hlilp rrlwi Ovw g,WKI,IMHI i'rrl of l.umlier. (-arrrltiK the largest lumber cargo LrtlilpH fr"111 th rlvor 4 wooden vessel, tlm city or rori- I cut Iook( her linos und loft the Erk of tlio HI. Helena Lumber Com Lyrarly Wednesday inortiliiK. Ilor t ...I..I..., l.uki.ra llna. WO COIlMIHin ui milium - ,j lor l'urt I'lrlo, Auslrullu, miu Urn H.r tltun 2,000.000 foot l,i nifUHurn. Monday tho big V- vimt to Ollloti to tukn on sum- ,ut M for tlm trip to AuKtrulU. Louuli tlm vcmscI'b druft wan 21 Ii ami It " bucking a strong wnt, i" 'I an average of 6 taper Imur i lir up river trip, irh wao a vi- i .tlsfuclory tihow ,to her liui.il unci owners. The Lae handled well and liur engines rknl without u k Ip. After taking ber oil supply, the lty of...

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. — 4 August 1916

1 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. AUGUST 4. 1916 ' Issued Every lYttluy by THE MIST rVHLISHIXG COMPAXY S. L. MOOUHEAD Editor 8. C. MORTON Manager Entered as second-class matter, January 10th, 1912, at the Postofflca at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act of March 3rd, 1879. SlBSCHirTIOX KATES One Year . . Six Months , .fi.no , . .75 Advertising rates made known on application. COUNTY OFFICIAL TAPER THE SITUATION IN MEXICO Carranza In his latest note has stated the "Mexican government is willing to consider in a quick and practicable way remedies which should be applied to the pres ent situation." Good. This might mean that General Pershing's com mand may leave Mexico in peace and safety. As a letter writer, the be whlskered Mexican can show our Washington diplomats cards and spades, and as a pacifist, William Jennings Bryan has still something to learn. But while Carranza is speaking of the future, let us con sider something of the past. It is true that the American soldiers cap tured in the...

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. — 4 August 1916

Tin V THE FOG HORN iKBUi-i "w Mul tl,,m ,or tl,u n ncutimi of ti)B1, W(( kll0w Mini li um Interviewed aoiue of jooil rlllwiK who ",0 uniohK tli 001) illwill,ll,'l '" 11,0 L,l druwlNK. An run no aeon, our Ljb.i iiKrliullurlBlH tiiko t In reuk of I1"'" puiiuwipniciHiy. u K, MIIItT Vi'M, 1 wont nml on- ilia trip hut found not so inn ii y ak lit wh In I"" Nium or whhiiiiik- 1 I. ...I I. nil. .a Oregon, where I iimiovo my unci'H uro heller for a blKKr prac- llurrr f ! ri t.-t t : I et Ultlo Juul- , of Mulr when lio talk of IiIh ranch III Montana, no I tluiUKlil jnoulJ K''t a llioiiMiiiil acr nlMo. really llmuKlit tliut hy koIiir with Ml llluki'xli'y I would Im lucky, It I can Kluuil tlio (llHuppolntniout, j L ukI to tin-in- you'r uext. Imrlvn llluki-Hli-y: I didn't x- Vt nytliiiiKt : my inuln tiujnot wh got llmi on what WUHliliiKtu" uh- Lora urn lining und hob If I wux 1 j..'jlnK property IHkIi enough, i mo Invi'itlitatlnn, I find I am. 1 Walter lllakealey; I Juiit went! tatusu llrollmr ...

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. — 4 August 1916

J CORRESPONDENCE WEST ST. HELENS I . -. . . nrrilOT 4 10IA ! ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, fluu' .1 Or. I G. W. Perry mudo a business trip lo Portland Monday, returning on t lie evening train. After an absence of several weeks, Mr. Howard was back in his old place as clerk in the Houlton post office on Monday, while M. C. Gra ham, the postmaster, took a day off. M. N. Baker of Warren, who has been at the hospital for an opera tion -because of the rupture of n blood vessel In his head, has so far recovered that he was able to motor to the homo of G. N. Perry on Suu duy, returning to Warren In the eve Hug. George Lowe and family, who hnve been visiting for some time at his father's, M. J. Lowe, In West St. Helens, left on Friday for Spokane, where they will visit Mrs. Lowo's parents. A letter from Mrs. Dr. J. Fuller, who was located lu West St. Helen lor the last year, states that she If now located at Wallowa, Oregon. Or. Fuller made many friends during her stay in this city who wish her ...

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. — 4 August 1916

MASTENS CAMP ,i. mill Mrs. Krufl of l'ortlunil .,) ilio wi'i'k end wltli Mrs. Kraft's ,1,1c,., Mrn. cIiuh. Huryimrt. Mm (I. '. HtrKr Is visiting hor jhurIiHt nar Oregon City. Mm Karl iliird him returned to H, Helens tor few week. I, mill M rs, C. C. Mnyor from inclii'lor Kbit, worn visiting friends hero lnl l-rlil-. ur nml Mrs. Jack McAllister vIh- H,., In Yniikimi'oii HuiKflly. Mr. uikI Mm. Dolmor MiiHtnn nml 'Mri) JHI MllMll'll of WuHt tlIelOIIH, juutoriHl to Tr.nholm on Hinlny. I Mm Klw In IMy 'I Mrn. Nolllo IJcfiTiHiiii 'f Viiiiklon, vIhIIoiI Mm. i)lowuttl Ml""'- ''ist Saturday. , Mm. KlnT lirown ami Mm. Hon Srnrklim vial!''" mi luiimuii un i iies- lliilutiil M.u.li'ii anil lion I'orkliis (undo h liie.liic.'.H trip t St. ll.'IcilH fl'ut'iulny. REUBEN Flilwnnl II Fowler nml wlfo nml lr Htehtunn of Oregon City, old ne rciiiilciilr of this vlrlnlly, ro- iurmil homo Tuesday, after ton day liltlllK Willi friends hero. Mm. Jullll II. 1,1 ml mi y ai'iiiiiipiiiili'il thorn un fur ., I'l...

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. — 4 August 1916

SEMI-AXM'AIi HKPOHT OF THE SHEHU'K'S OFKICK I'OK TIIK SIX MONTHS TF.KM HKGINMXU JAM'AltY 1ST. IIM, AM) KNI IXO Jl l.V 1ST, 1 1 1(1, SHOWING TA.XKM AM) FF.KS tXM.KCTKI AXI AMOUNTS TIHNK1) OVKK TO TKF.ASl.-HKK. Brot Forward. $ 3.38 noil. Collected. 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 Taxes $ . Taxes Taxes Taxes Taxes Taxes Taxes Taxes Turned Over. 3.38 Balance on Hand. 1.39 73.37 178.28 1.012.17 1,235.73 3,523.04 8.026.52 37.62 1.81 12.92 21.33 937.13 Taxes 219,639.21 72.79 210.32 1,011.89 1,184.63 3.539.10 8,798.00 219,139.68 1.39 .58 E.58 2.09 64.12 6.27 165.65 399.53 Total $233,689.71 Fees 120.60 1,014.19 $233,959.69 17.40 133.10 644.21 4.80 Totals $233,710.21 $ 1,031.69 $234,092.79 $ 649.01 State of Oregon, ) :ss. County of Columbia.) I hereby certify that the abovo report Is correct to tho best of my knowledge. E. C. STANWOOD, Sheriff. By CHAS. BROWN, Deputy. Indorsed Filed July 28, 1916. . A. F. BARNETT, Clerk, By H. E. LA BARE, Deputy. SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT OF COUNTY TREA...

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. — 4 August 1916

s.p. Trm- So. I3-. & S. TIME TABLE roiu I'lirllimil Arrives Rt. Unions 8:14 a. m, 1:33 p. m, 6:44 p. in, 7:25 p. m, Trtln. lo. 28. !. Lcavos Portland. , . 7:16 a. in. ,. 12:26 p. in. , . f.:3G p. in. . . 6:110 p. m. 'In I'lirtlniul leaves .St. Iliiltim . , 7:6 a. m. ,.11 :06 a. m. . . :i:4K p. in. . . 7:31. m. Arrival Portland :16 a. in, 12:05 p. in. 6:00 p. in. 8:40 p. in. RURAL CREDITS BILL 71,0 pimsago y conari ui me ni credit Mil li a triumph of ,llce tud '"li " ut l'u. ., of llio sixty-fourth congrosa. I - I .. , l u llloKclniT iiirm imvn uumi ug l credits bills "l cmigrtiNa. Thoy Ltd included ivory bIiuiIo of opinion m diet whlrh fuvom government purvUloii of u fnrin mortgage tyn- mtO Mill! which larorn inr.iti frniucnt lutttiH In farmers. Tho new bill ii iuhh(iiI put thu Irmor "upon un equality wllli all lion who 1 1 ; i v genuine assets, and km lint it ri u t rriullt of the conn- avnlluliln to them." U ii news to tnr.ny per noun thut former lias never hud tho bur- kilui ...

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. — 4 August 1916

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. AUGUST 4. 1916 r WW WWW V MIST MISTINGS, 2 See page 4. J. V. Akin was a Portland visitor Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Kors returned from Portland Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nordin wore Portland visitors Monday. California street, which Is a public road, is being put in fine shape. W. H. Coopor, district attorney, was transacting business in Haluier Tuesday. Judge and Mrs. A. L. Clark of Rainier, were visitors to this city Wednesday. Brick ice cream every Saturday and Sunday at Mason's Place yout order now. Mrs. Henry White and Mrs. Fannie Eurnett of Scappoose, were the guests of Mrs. A. S. Harrison Mon day. A. S. Harrison and wife and W. II. Dumgardner and wife motored to Salem Sunday and visited with Mrs. Harrison's parents. Frank K. Lovell, secretary of the etr.to tux commission at Salem, was in this city Saturday, looking up the county records. He spent Sunday as the guest of E. C. Giltuer at the Mc Biido farm. Mr. Lovell has been an employe of the etat...

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. — 11 August 1916

! . . lo Road to Jojniiiliia Beacli. Let Us Have a "Beach Day" and Make One Jf 2? ' , it ii c I wr i i . f "CIAL PAPER 0F COLUMBIA COUNTY OLUMK XXXV. If MOTOR SHIP LAUNCHED SATURDAY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY ST. THRILLING SIGHT Lfful I Iilntf of Kwonil llont Tliix Hnoii I'Voiii HM)nrl. Luolhcr bout wuh luuuchnd Sntur- it tli St. Helens hlp yard. Tim i of tlil vessel wn lalil fur (apt. lhtwn Imt whh Hold to M. ('. himt uii curly hIuk of tin) work. HI llll.'llllcd to bt ClirlHtl'lltMl I,;, In lu.iinr u f Copt. Wrlghtium'ii tlhtrr, liul with tlia cIioiiko of uefslllp U ellllllRO of 11111110 fol- be Uuiii'IiIiik was Miuceinful and irliuoiii'r xllil lulu tlio witter with Iplmh. To Mm. ("out. WrlKhtmin L ilven tlic honor of christening iwiud. w Ik'ii everything was rMiilliens, Mrs. Wrlg lilHOIl, with wiiriln "I christen thi'O Junn, (o tin' hwIiikIiik ribbons that hold botllit of li.umpaRiio, but tliH vi'H- luil iilviuiri'd mi far thut t tin but (illrtl to connect. Foreman !jf' nail...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 11 August 1916

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11. 1916 .. i l Issued Every Friday by thkmist nmisiiixo company S. L. MOORHEAD.T7 Editor S. C. MOKTON Manager Eutered as second-class matter, January lOtli, 1912, at the Tostofncj at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act of March 3rd, 1879. SllkSClUPTIOX KATES One Year $1.50 Six Months 75 Advertising rates made known on api'lit-ation. COUNTV OFFICIAL FAI'KK ....... iiTivrnc 1 . v. . . - w . va LkJJllJ VAI r . 1 v . . ..... ..il.mi.inl 11 I i I IC I I I .1 . " i.ll. in. J. V. lUUJ, bujii'i u.n-i.,.. n . ( . .. .... , VM I I operated at a lesser cost for tho rea son that tho pipe lines established take In that portion of the city in which future building is likely to i be. The water rates established six state board, especially In the penlten years ago were just, beeauso of the Mary wing of the state's big business. flax uliuit at tho state penitentiary. i I TiK.ro KeeiiiN Horn-To 1111 uaa iii-nii . i... . f.. ... i be n ir.od deal of friction In the kins....

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 11 August 1916

MEW HOMESTEAD ACT EXPLAINED Niiw IVrmlu Hetller to File ou Ailililloiml IjuhI. Thcni Ihih ln'i'ii iHHiiml from- tlio land offli'B a eoinprolimiHlve oxplnnu ibm of a roci'iit umt'iit tnont to the enlrK'l liomoHtonil net, which Mma efftlvo July 3- Mrlofly, tliu i..aw nit nil ltn ii enlarged lioimmtnHdnr ulrnudy utllixiiiR (i no rlKlit to fllo on jauotli'T lioiiioMtoad not contlKUOii to Uh orlKhiul. uml, under cortuln con- ! . I ....1 .... ilmOU. l'M 111 11 11 1 . inn Bttu- uUd, but imiHt cultlvulo It. Tlio act nrovldi'i that "any portion wlio lia ninno or miiuii inano iionin- Lej outry of l"H tlinn 320 acr, l,u(l who liull huvo Hunililtlod final roof tliiTouii hIiuII Iibvo tlio right ha enli-r public lutidM subject to tlio hruvUion "f llllH l"'t' "ol contiguous i hit flrnt I'litry, which ahull not, it h tliu orluliuil entry, exceed 320 Lent; that tlio lurid originally n. itiiI ami tnui covnreu iiy ino ailill imml entry hIiiiII flmt havo linen Bmljiml",! an subject to this net, und Imt...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 11 August 1916

4 : I 2 ' I i i 1 ' I. J 'Vt ! i . 8 f -3 ; : f 1. I f 5 ' r .!:? I .J 4 ' ... ST.' HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, AllflUST 11. 1916 WWWWWWTW Mrs. Murle F.skrldge of Sheridan, j mT.UMRTA CITY BACHELOR FLAT CORRESPONDENCE SCAPPOOSE Miss Ruth Duncan spent tho week end nt Ruckaway. Clark Grant started for North Yakima last Monday. H. Lyons of St. Helens, is repnper ing the Maino hotel. A brother of Dan Smith died in Portland one day last week. Mrs. Susie Bass is remaining with her mother, Mrs. C. Claninger. Mrs. M. J. Watts was n shopper In the Rose City on Wednesday. Miss Eva Garrison was nil over Sunday visitor at Husum, Wash. Little Hazel Dutle'r of Monmouth, is visiting relatives here for a few days. Mrs. M. J. Ilutler spent last week in Portland with her daughteer. Miss Ellaree. Valdez White has been sick for two weeks and confined in the hos pital at Astoria. Ord Klapp of Ilwaco, is spending a short vacation among his old-time friends nt this place. Master James Watts underwent an operatio...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 11 August 1916

skt A f Vvl .iicT MI5TTMH5 k iirown of Yankton, M t""" . ... ..... ..... , buiilmw visum iU ...... Liurlny- , &lll 1 . . -I.. iim wuok OIHI guoni " "" ",fr .... iv. I- Udynrd. tii Alva VH'"' of cl,,n'1,,. ,s,of Mm. w. -. tluiii IO.imiO inlli of mnc- roailn luiv.1 lH)ii ordorod built .r.innlslaii ''"" 1,10 rul,,r of J, country became ownor of n winK tlH aiisonce OI ilrd, M. V. Ilazon lugged around ,urof autliorliy. 1,0 thrmttu.tl plnfli" "llrn Mll forco " Kohlm itny "hhhh." U...-I..II Mini tlm Mluuim tin. S. I . - " fel DcmliiK anil Ituby Hammar u moturi'il to rortlunil Wodnnit- thero tli"y Kin-ill tno nay vihii- Irk'iiilii. i Wlicclcr, mnnuKnr of the land Lrtniint of '" ""u,1 I'M in fo., wltli lioaiiiiiiurinrH in riiri j wn a IiiihIih'hh vlultor In thin Th u rml a)'. (iui)lii tr iiil'li' copies of llio I, ,,ro r Ivil tlilH week from York, Mliini-Hittu, Oklahoma, Lima ami 'mm l I ffuront Sections iirenim. 'I'l"'11" roiinosta nre al- lichoerfully compiled Willi. luring tint week i...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 11 August 1916

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. AUGUST 11. 1916 NntiCTDi! oruiru; 4 .3 Draining 15,000 acres water soaked French Prairie land may be more than talk Forest Grovo to have new brick business block. Four grain elevators, capacity 20, 000 to 100,000 bushels being built In Wasco county. Portland $60,000 to be spent on Pacific Telephone Co. line reconstruction. Lebanon Fine new bridge built here by Pnclflc Iron Works accepted by county. Astoria Bids opened for $25,000 M. E. church. Portland Contract let for concrete Btock yards building. Public service corporation assessed at one-fifth total valuation of Clack amas county. Tillamook paving mile of street and building large warehouse. Marshfield Ed. and Wm. Forest, of North Bend, installing shiuglo mill on branch of Larson inlet, to begin operation August 1. Corvallis Prof. Skelton and Col lego crew building macadam road and laying cement sidewalks. Dallas and Falls City unite to operate large rock-crushing plant. Junction cannery will add prune d...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 11 August 1916

c P AS. TIMETABLE 9- r- Portland Lcavo Arrive Portland. Bt. Helen 7:15 a. m. 8:14 . ni. "l2:25p. m. 1:33 p. in. " 5:116 p. in. P. m. j! 0::io p. in. 7:20 p. ui. 1o Portland leaves Arrive Hi. Helen Portland 7:6V u. in. 9: IB a. in. "ll:0li ix. m. 12:05 p. in. ' :t;4S p. m. 6-00 p. in. 7:39 p. m. 8:40 p. in. Trill. NI.JS- TrH. So. N. I'- - . r-uf cnimnT c IS1' r.Tr.t11'T1lllI7'D 4 Carps of IViiHut Kniilyl. With I'"1'. ,,"hr HiiMliiUinlnt, Tl0 boiiril of whool "'rector of s ,.i held liUHlnniw IllW'llllK h otlr ovcnlng nil complld tho f0rp of tfurliom. for thn coiiiIiir ,r m wi'H "I "i" irHiimiiTiiwii in l&et niiMHHiiry buslnes. pruf. I- HiimT will again servo luP4.rliit-ii.l.'iit. ll Hub proven , eompol'-iil iiiuii for llio poMltloii ,l,d IcIlUUl Will IIIOVB liloiiK without Ullcli wllli Hi" rliiKllU 'f Hiu Heltons' 1,11 on Hi" niornliiK r mipieumer Frtih'rli'k Knight will )0 next ,aiiihorliy mnl will have tho clinlr Ll icli-ni". Iror. miikiu ibukui Lliuul In Hi" I'lilllliplii"". wh...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 11 August 1916

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. AUGUST 11. 1916 I MIST MISTINGS Mrs. Wra. Coon was u business vis itor to Portland Wednesday. A. U. Wood, who has been visiting in Portland for some time, returned Friday. Baxter Hownrd of Junction City, was a business visitor to this city Saturday. Mrs. C. L. Ayers has been ill for several days but is now on tho road to recovory. Miss Carrie Stewart left Friday for Portland, where sh will remain for soma time. A. It. Lake came in from Chapman Monday and spent a couple of days in this city. Mrs. Sherwood and children left Wednesday for a two weeks vaca tion, and will attend the camp meet ing at St. Johns. Capt. Fred Anderson of the Salva tion Army of Portland, will tell of his jail experience on Wednesday evening, August 16, at S o'clock, in the Methodist church. Everyone is invited to attend. i'M.HH CUOUm 1'1'llllllK Will I'U UUB of tho St. Helens young ladles who will, this fall, enter the University of Oregon. Sho plans leaving for Kugene in September. A ...

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. — 25 August 1916

jjimbia County Fair, Commences September 20tli, Continnes Three Days mum 11 : 1 y --5 - OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY IqLUME XXXV. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1916 NO. 36 .t' OY KILLED WHILE. WALKING IN SLEEP HOT BY HIS BROTHER .... i.l. LIM...I VVIlllll III f Ullll i Hunker ""' Mistaking III" ItoIIiiT Walter, ,j to, for hoiiici kind if nn nnlinul, .lUBM-y Smii i fired n loud cif liuck- cl l I''"1 Tliuruduy tiiKlit Inst ,A, tho charge Inking nrrucl III . Uiy'i hft l''K. which resulted In . jiii Sunday niiiriiliiK at 5 flock. Mr, urn! Mrn. Chuuncoy Smith, jlwr Smith i.i.d lillly ldd wero mnlnx In tli" Hun Wit "HI country. ;,io thirteen miles froiii thlH pluco. ., bal ti In fir thnt a coil r buil boon in'i'ii prowling around that neighborhood und when .utarey heard mimolhlng ruttllng unil near tho tent, ho arose, took . (no mid railed, hul receiving no ,or and tlilukliiK It A door or ne other uniiiiul, hn fired, with lh tilt alio vo ment...

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. — 25 August 1916

r Issued Every Friiluy by THK MIST l'l lll.ISHIXG (X)MI'AN'V S. L. iuSoitHEAD.. 7777777. Editor S. C. MOUTOX Manager ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25. 1916 . -M - i ' ! ! anil at every jture. Tlio writer of this article opposed I session of the legisla- l'Korosi:l (H)VKKNMI.M' OU Y KIISIIII' Tin) stroiiKi-st iirKiinicnt ever pie tlio initiative law when it was placed ! seated for government ownership of, In before the people for adoption and i rallioads is tlio threatened paralytlJ i ho haa hud no occasion to change Ills ' of traffic duo to an employers-eni- ;imperl' opinion regarding the law. However, 1 ployos' controversy, Senator Noiris They Never (.row I P Men are only Itoyn grown lull." MICHIGAN PICNIC rii.i Coluinlila I'ounty Michigan "Yes, only this morning I lieard a j vicuW Association will hold Its fifth ,,1,1,11,. aged woman taking her ' ntiuuiil picnic In tlio 'lty I'lirk nt l, ,o Ik for not washing his ears S. Melons. Thursday. August 31. Kansas City Journal. Entered ...

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