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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 25 August 1916

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25. 1916 THE FOG HORN SU.'! " 1,11,1 l'"m 11,0 WU n,:U,1,"l ll'I'HI! wn Know. Zmi "". our mM C"U"ly J S B. U-fc'-l " ' l,,!- ,'.. Iml lirHlliili'il mmiuwhut. rrBi.11.-. .mid: "Don't lw f,j ' do ' JiikIU'o." Hunt f" ' I. "U hlll'l JllHllCB 1 IIHk ur IiuikIh; M'h mercy." . ui'liniil director. , u,y d.'f "'l '"'""r l"Ul C"" in uniiil work uuIohm pr,rpr... rly r.'.l. In dcfi'iiMi of llUldllrl " wiiltrlilllK ner nimimr ,k ,r lunch l lK Hi Bcimui, mm ,uilili'ly. "M"lll"r' ''" J",IIP "i",c 'h mnnnl') '" "A llul"' l,mr'" I niollii'r. ' I II''". " " I""" 1 1 ul(l yi'ii jiIi'iih". plmiHo tuko m off when "' ,,r." liri"K 'iy Lncli. jln. I'"11'1- "I'lifriiKlHl navoenln," L Hie other duy l ronvliict tun nor Hint llh lml"'r ""Kin t up- l.fl tho "votes tor women hhmi. oownw, Hiihi In', wiiui ir tit in Lntrr ahouhl lruwn Into the nropcan wr'-' N" """ Vote .ocuiinot carry nrnm. V lint would a Jo, Mrs. I'ihIiI, If war wnro (lo- ,,W1V "Kxiicuy wiiiii yon no, , ri'liirli'...

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. — 25 August 1916

4 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. AUGUST 25, 1916 I CORRESPONDENCE SCAPPOOSE Mrs. Niblock and Mrs. llatflold aro on the sick list. Mrs. James Pomeroy and sons aro spending a few days at Seaside. Mrs. Fred Vhlninn was a shopper In the metropolis Wednesday. Tho new bridges on North Scap poose creek, are now open to travel. Celine Villa of Portland, visited several days with the Wikstrom fam ily. Dnn Smith's blacksmith shop was broken Into and a quantity of oil stolen. The Ladies' Aid met at the home of Mrs. Spalding at Warren this weok. Norm McKay has gone to St. Mar tin hot springs to try to improve his health. Judge Hattan was looking over the road work In this vicinity last Thursday. Joo Bonneil Is having a vacation which he is spending with his sister in Tacoma. Marjorie Washburn spent last week as guest of Miss Florence Man ny in Portland. Chas. Wikstrom reports that while In Portland one day recently his auto license was stolen. N. A. Emmitt of Portland, spent the week end with his sis...

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. — 25 August 1916

ARD SURFACE AT REASONABLE COST ..... Muster Him o Shows Pw ......uilnir li'iirltt. ...... ,1,11 rt of Clackamas U of Pvlm! 1110 "" , U mil i""" " kDl' TH l"'r H"""r y"rU 01 ilw ...... Hie coiicrcl". "" "-. iJ the Mi"iiiw ui U from ir"Kon " U the purcluiKO of ikhuo new ma- nrln'l to H' I'1""1 because of 1,10 Hon Jll'IK" AllUenion Billies L wllli tliu l'lll,,t favorably located cod cuw "0 rouuceu ueiuw uu L pur wuuro yard. omDarlllK l"0 lll"KuniUH couniy rJ lurfueo paving with tliut of i.nnmall county Him Using UIO re yard an ft hauls, we Tl ml that niyliift VA ''"' puvlng five Let tld'K " rIHt t'l'-ckaiiiun coun- U (4 cents fur iio Inch III tlllCK- wlille at lll for two inches I It cohI Miiltnomuli county 09 til for uim I"''" " ihicKnoss. iimoniah county pnld moro than -rt times " much for tlio miiuii aunt of paving iih pulU by ( lur.kft. county. Next! ( E. BI'KNt'K. every DEER ISLAND. 'Jlii Mildred Melirldo of Portland, pfudlnK few weeks Intra with i iraiulparmitN, Judge und MrH. it...

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. — 25 August 1916

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. AUGUST 25. 1916 PIPE MAKERS BUY LAUREL ROOTS A salo of a large quantity of nioun- TESTING ASSOCIATION HELP TO DAIRYMEN This year there lias been organ- tain laurel from ono of the national; izeil n cow-testing association among forests In the southern Appalachians the farmers. 'The purpose of this io tt-yuii.ru (..menus in cnarge. work in to enahlo the farmer to "weed out" the eows that ure uot paying. Many of us know that we are keeping some cows that ure not doing what they should for us hut yet wo aro nfrcid to discard nny for fear we will let the wrong ones go. The tpatltiir Knlvfia th.it t,r,.hlem hv ere. On account of the present i giving us an necurato record of each scarcity and high price of French cow. It uot only giv.es tho produc brlar, a number of pipo manufuctur- tion of the individual cows hut gives ers lu this country have been on the the amount and cost of food each lookout for substitutes, and tho for- consume. est products laboratory has c...

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. — 25 August 1916

ev & S. TIME TABLE 0 Inn Tri!' Vo.II.- JTrtln. L.2. Lti- L. tiki- in I'ortliinil Loaves Portland. , 7: 16 a. m. .12:26 p. m. . 6:36 p. m. , 8:30 p. in 'I'd rorlluiul Leaves Kt. Helens , 7 : r. 9 a. in. .11:06 a. in. . :i:4H p. m. . 7:39 P- ! Arrive Bt. llulens 8:14 a. lit. 1:33 p. in 6:44 p. m. 7:26 p. in. Arrive Portland 8:16 a. in. 12:06 p, in 6:00 p. hi. 8:40 p. ui. KkGON FARMERS PRO Ml 1H1S IllAK Oroson farmers thin year will roup flt f f :ii.:iH0,6OO from nlno Irlnclual pruillll'IH, aixuruiiiR iu nun lM c4iiiiiiitHsliiii-r. Hie crop of hMt corn . onM, winny, poiuioes l(lipl' wl11 "at'l, v" 1.000,- 1,0 In rul"'"' Tl p..rrciitago or mo commnoii million of nil 'rl'H during July. Lj nu u ten-year average, win 1 3. The l)lKK't ll,,n 1,1 Oregon a enor- Liw harvest thin year, an in the kit, l tl wheat crop, wtilch, bused crop conditions AiiKUHt 1, will . it ... it qui nnn t...ul...i. LiOf ft yU'ld ' I l.l nt, vvw nunm-in If tinier iiinl 4,uuu,uuu iiusiieis or Lrlnl wheat, or a tot...

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. — 25 August 1916

MIST MISTINGS Hays Esterbrook was a Portland visitor Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Win. M. ltosa were Portland visitors Monday. A. S. Harrison and wife motored to Portland on Wednesday. M. E. Miller was transacting legal business in Portlaud Wednesday Mrs. Cha3; P-resser of Portland, is the guest of the family of S. E. Cooper. Spring chickens for frying and choice hens for Sunday dinner. Sonne's Market. P. C. Morton, representing Mason Ehrman & Co. of Portland, 'was her') Monday calling on the trade. A marriage licenso was issued to Roy W. Townoond and Anna Brin 8on of Rainier, Oregon. Cecil Lane of Mist, was transact ing business in this city Wednesday and made this office a friendly call. The steamer Undine has been placed In service on the Portland Astoria run, taking the place of the Lurllne. Mr. and Mrs. S. C7 Morton and chil dren, accompanied by Mrs. A. Har nett, motored to Seaside Friday and returned Monday evening. Mrs. W. H. Davies, son and daugh ter, returned Saturday from 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. — 1 September 1916

ttmbia County Fair, Commences September 20th, Continues Three Days r h - a n r- a 1 H 4 - - 11 ii i a 1 Ei "vr - - OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY XXXV. '1TN0MAH COUNTY BACK TO ASSEMBLY OLUMBIA CO. IGNORED lllUral W'1 ,'u,lr" ,m1 W""" people Name 1'IHHIHMM. jck lX. a Pllllcul hanger 0 . .1 lit . .11 .,.... I. MlllnlU ntril committee, rna r.imor ahii- ..bii.iuli!vml h'rulinir H,e Warren i oiiBiruuuun mpiur ' Portland, called the ,n and o manipulated af- L that nbout 100 committeemen Multnomah out of a total or a& , Multnomah county caucus, wont record Tuesday night a favoring candlduoy of K. K. Coovert for ilor from the Fourteenth sena- rltl dlatrlrt to Bucceou uoo. m. kBrlile, realgncd. The program, by buunt work of thcae two Deroro- I (n liul U.a.M Mtloneu mni-Bi,,iii". , lit corrlod tliroimli quickly and on lieduld time. About two weeks ago an emlaaary mat the Multnomah county chair- a, who, by the way, U a member : tli Columbia county commit...

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 September 1916

; the timber owners, lie sends out loftued Every Friday by fire ther warninRs. and also cau- THE MIST riULISHIXG tXMPAXY tions '"PT8 acd others to be care- fu t0 j0 uutliiiig which would start S. L. MOORHEAD Editor a fu,,t fix am, ,.a inter human S. C. MORTON Manager iife . nil ,,,..... prperty. lucle Sun. second-class matter, 3 f'Kht. and we should remember auguratcd a co-operative service with i work and wholesome rroreation, in addition to proper compensation. Woodrow Wilson at Princeton: "You know what the usual stand aid of the employe is in our day. It is to give as little as ho may for his wases. Iabor Is standardin-d by the trades unions, and this is the stund- hich he is made to conform. Sl'BSCRIPTIOX HATKS One Year $1 JH SU Months 73 Advertising rates made known on application. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPF.K A MILLION DOLLARS FOR ROAMS Figures compiled by the Mist and published in Its last issue show that Columbia county has spent during Entered as January 1 Oth. 1912, at the Post...

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 September 1916

gT. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1916 THE FOG HORN Innucd now tlmn for the edification of thono we nw. lUrley Turner iiaya woman In I, nowadays ovonliiK Kown could convince him U.ut ahe wu an M, biH-BUKii II could be euKlly anen ir'wro no wlK. Tow Willi" """ 110 lg JUMt "" or11' r, iiormul mult except that he an't lP lil",'lf rro'" clPI'ln Midi a ''",,l"n llclurBH' lr,J WalMtiH, apeaKIng of nil re cut trip to Vancouver, II. C anld It ... 10 hot 1,8 Bot uund the hotcla, that every time look a lrlnK toi ice wiurj buu c01,d lilu cyf" tt wu JUBt 11,0 ,n ,i tikliiK a (llv8 'olur",,ltt beach ,ud ilylK under und almoHt drown- M- u E, Miliar wu in I'oriiBim re- lt0,l luiikliiK "P prominent political lurilet. The boy t the door alwaya Krod MorKiiH niiy it Wu jUHt,, of the peace away back In Arkaiwaa Hint declared, ll.o trombone a iiiiihI cul liiNtrument. lartv ""'WWyTli American habit of regulation, with- it INDUSTRIAL REVIEW ;"ut a thUBt for the regulator. It's ; J! ! ii u ii p u ........

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 September 1916

" , 1 rnDDPCDAiunpvrp 4 SCAPPOOSE Miss Klla Havluk leaves this week to euroll as a pupil at Mt. Angel tor tlie coining year. Norman Buscliumn and Nina White spent part of lust week with relatives in Portland. Fred Oilman is building a tile milkhouse which is a credit to any up to dnte farm. James Watts Is spending a week at Cottonwood Dairy Farm. We have an idea that boating and fishing is tho principal pastime and lie mny learn to milk a few cows. Miss Ruin Duncan leaves us this week to begin her school work at The Dalles. Mrs. Haggerty and daughter Grace, Mrs. Metcalf, Miss Mary and liny and Mrs. Delia Clonlngor wero-shoppers In Portland Saturday. Prof. John R. Purcell stopped off over Sunday on his way home from Seaside. Mr. Fowler was a week end visitor before beginning his school year. Victor Watts Is assisting in the Watt3 & Price store while D. W. Price is recuperating. The Crowley family, Marjorie Holaday and Mrs. Frances Pomeroy and children are home from Seaside.. The ...

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 September 1916

Jhltnomah county back to assembly (ConllniiBil from fago 1) r ..., Co uniiiiii i-uuni .- f ted by u'y ol,e votB' 1,18 rettt U c""""11 r"mul"'" out" 1 . ..a mf.iHlni! to participate In Ld0D'. -Kl "bow. t ' " r- I i,..il K K. Coovurt lo named junior from " Ultrlct even lulli ,luve onvl,,,n" 10 Llmut It. 1'" 11 tariUr rmum. li lliut o J,:k I)ttV uT-np-tinted chairman of the Multnomah LubllrBn central commllteo, inu.li M remark lo tho writer that "what's i uw lo kick wo havo the votes that's nil there U to It." Hut fm.mlpor, voters of Columbia coun 1 Ihero nrtt nrohnhly olhtir cundl 1,'im, iuiiim prolmlily from your own uunl'y, IU wl" c""" ou1, ,tl"1 11 , your duly to support them. The jlil hs l'",ll I" wuge ii Mr. Convert, hut for an ustute t,fllr, pud iih such hu lit rogurdod, i tecum very poor pollllcii to have llko ly utid Amldon running iictmimlK"' I" fll't. It "molls like .iiullllilc. Inasmuch a Columbia uuniy did 1,1,1 participate In this uemlily, ami Hi" mooting waa called! (tie...

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. — 1 September 1916

6 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1916 . . ;w : .tel. SOME SIDELIGHTS ON LAND GRANT County AMsnwir Notified Not t List O. & ('. IjiihIs. A letter lins been received from lliu department of tlu Interior, di rected Jointly to t ho sheiilf and coun ty louit, KtntltiK tliut t lie department in preparing to carry Into effect the previsions of the. act of June 9 re investing title to tlio Oregon uml California land grant in the lniled States und providing that the t"v cvumont pay buck taxea. The ol'tl-l-i la uro ro.iuo.sled to furnish ;he ; chief of the Portland department u statement in triplicate sliowlni; the , legal subdivision usened, the valu , at ion thereof and t!io amount of ' taxes due and unpaid on June 9. The i 'elter Htates that us soon an this in j formation is received prompt action j will bo taken. Assessor lllukeslev house Hel'crred to street commit-! n K'l repair the Hide walk In front , of the land ahullliiK on tlio North .I., . ,, ,,., ..,,, aide, of Iho St. ...

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. — 1 September 1916

II. 16. rtt- It 11., 18.. It.. cPAS. TIME TABLE From Portland Leaves Arrival Portland. St. Helena 7:15 a. m. 8:14 a. ta ','.'.12:26 p. ui. 1:33 p.m. G:.15 p. ui. 6:44 p. ni ' ,. 6:30 p. M. 7:26 p. IU. To Portland Leaves Arrlvei Ht. Helena Portland . 1:1,9 a. in. :15 a. in ,,11:00 a. m. 11:05 p. m. . 3:48 p. in. 6:00 p. m. . . 7:3 p. ui. s:40 p. m. FIRST TIME OVER Rex I.atiipoi" it of the Oregon juiiriiul Once over. ir Ko: I proiuiseu you- l, tluio ax - to writ" 'ry r .. ...in ..im.i U I dlilu t N"w 1 wl" 'ui"" nruniiHfl and apologue ror 1110 ' ...... . 1 . . really coukiii 1 iinu me 11m jn Columbia county lor a goou I,,,,, now old man I have the LbofOiluiulilu couuty hua aa Li tlmbt-r-uH any county for a La tur)'. frh county cuurt with aotne es- nCel (IhIiik some hard surfac- which they cull Rlchinondite , few years ago, Ilex to be really ih we nil had to be affile tod h aume kiiki or an - ma or ui'' but iiowdays disease are irtfDcd uikI wo end our day h III "III)." hod io, frlimd I...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 1 September 1916

8 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1916 a O P4 O to o E. A. Kosa spent a couplu of days In Portland this week. Mrs. Hamsey was in Portland this week and wltuessed "Civilization." E. A. Rotger was in Portland Tues day visiting the various electrical supply concerns. Miss Josephine Moorhead spent Beveral days in Portland this week as the guest of friends. T. C. Lott has returned, after a two weeks' absence attending camp meeting in East Portland. Mrs. Buyers of Goble, who has been the guest of Mrs. Link for sev eral days past, has returned home. Mrs. Stella Rakel of Oregon Ctiy, is the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hinson of West St. Hel ens. Dr. Kerby, wife and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Houston and daughter of Portland, were the Sunday guests of Dr. and Mrs. Peel. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harrison left Thursday for Newport, where they will spend a brief outing. While in Portland Mr. Harrison will purchase a big supply of- goods to tide him over during the strike period. Henry ...

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 September 1916

labia County Fair, Commences September 20th, Continues Three Days T- vr uwXi' r its'. u. r OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY L'ume xxxv. ST. HELENS. OREOniST frthav ct?t3tpmdt?d o mie NO. 38 ER RECEIPTS FOR AUGUST GOOD EARNINGS $658.32 Una In WuUt lUUn CoiiUm phitcd I') Hoard. II report f Collector K. K. lor tli wr.tcr board for the h of August l "Ht ncnurng- ,i alinwit tho receipt exceed i.burMMin-ntM by a good round The report Ih us follows: h, collected 1615.43 ktlon rentals 77.60 wo rental 89.10 bier K'llllllH . . .' m.uu tie 13.25 Lnrnt rentals 180.20 L receipts $899.4 8 ilBt thin till) following dln- r meuU ra charged: Ijilnr. rulrM. etc $ 18.18 ik. July and August . . . 225.00 ry, $241.16 InxIpU OUT disburse- Uu $858.32 this w.iiin iiroportlon ran lie ulned nil tho year around, tho i toulil aecumuluto somo $7,500 rear, which, after taking off p- nmtoly $2,500 for Interest on ilt, would li'uvtt an annual mir- of 15,0(10 to be applied toward pay...

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 September 1916

tr-l;: .' , ! !?; 4 ! i ! ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1916 Issued Every Friday by THE MIST I'l HI.ISrilNO COMPAXY S. L. MOOUHEAD. S. C. MORTON Editor . . . .MuntiKer Entered as second-class mutter, January 10th, 1912, at the Postoftico at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act of March 3rd, 1S79. SriWCMPTIOX KATES One Year $1.50 Six Months .75 Advertising rates made known on application. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPElt WATEU KATES MAY UK LOWKKKI) It is understood that the board of water commissioners are considering a reduction in the rate for irriga tion. The Mist hopes some reduc tion will be made, for the present rates are quite high. Those who have lawns, flowers or gardens will appreciate a reduction, and such a reduction will inspire others to take out sprinkling permits, so the rev enue will not be greatly decreased. An attractive lawn or flower garden adds much to the beauty of the city and causes favorable comment from visitors, and if a reduction of irriga tion charges will se...

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 September 1916

t STHRI.ENS MIST, FRIDAY. SEPTTTmrttp it J if t i x t? T x x X BIG STOCK REDUCING 11 !l n $6,000 Stock of Men's Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Shirts and Furnishing . Goods: 0 .Beginning Friday morning, September 8th, we will give the men of St. Helens and vicinity a chance to buy dependable merchandise at greatly reduced prices. Our profits during this VALUE GIVING SALE are yours. We want every man that can possibly do so to take care of his present and future needs. We could go on and tell you how merchandise has advanced, is advancing and also of the scarcity of good mer chandise, but most of you know that, and printer's ink and space is too expensive for us to do so at the big reductions we are giving. Just take a little time, read over this advertisement and-see if you wont find some thing you need now or will soon. We want to reduce our stock and ask you to help us-do so by offering you these BIG VALUES at the present time. IN 'S WE HAVE ABOUT 700 PAIRS OF MEN'S DRESS, WORK, LOG...

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 September 1916

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1916 CORRESPONDENCE! kjk A A A AAA AM SCAPPOOSE A new baby bity is reported at the homo of our neighbor, Frank Novak. I.oren Johnson spent a few days In Corvallis, preparatory to entering school this year. Loren and Watt Price expect one room will hold them both. Sir. and Mrs. Strnuser spent Sun day at Oregon City. Ernest Gilmoro has purchased Mrs. McFarland'8 6-acro tract. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Morton and Miss Morton of St. Helens, called at the home of Mrs. M. J. Watts and made a trip iu the canyon of South Scappoose with the hope of securing some excellent photographic views. Mr. Setvine came home from War ren with a badly sprained ankle, but has recovered sufficient to return to work. Guy Whitney spent Labor day with his pnrentu, Mr. and Mrs, 0. Whit ney. Guy is working for the tele phone company. Mr. Gil more has the contract for the north school wagon, and A. Browning has the south route. The wagons were filled to their utmost capacity Monday...

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 September 1916

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 1916 10,1 it r i BLUEBIRD PHOTOPLAYS PRESENT ADVERTISEDLETTERS j ADDITIONAL MISTINGS EC I lj ""1 Ki'V. J. West Thompson of Port land visited lilg parents here this Week. ; P"tofricB for tl,0 week ncn, September G,a on. " l'i' iii.r I, 1 Hi ; I MIhh lll.-uidui Mxcnl.ury, Mr. liny1 Kv.-l Mr. I, K:ip), Mrs. J. I.. W. ' i ,, ! Mrs- (' H- ThompBon returned ir , J , ""n l)y S"Pteml,er;hon,o lant Saturday from a six week. . ,, .. , " " 1,10 "'vision visit to her old home In Michigan, of de.,,1 lett.rs. Mr .. , ... . u IVA K. IKJDD. I'riMl iii'iul in ltif..t.... .... .1.... I iinuiiiin u uiui u uiiHiaKo wpg maoe I 'n the measurement of an egg re- Nolleo In l,..7(.r-".. ...... .,""" our ruiar correspondent founty Headmaster has lil.,1 Tn tli "' l',Bt plaC0- "1BlUa'1 f ,,olnB 8 office his Cmtlllcate of completion of i 1"'1"'8 ''""K1"- to correct meas jlrlclgcs Noh. 1 and 2, on the Krlnk ' Ul-'ment la 4 lncheB, and 8 Inches ..! ,... .".J1".'"1 .l.'!H,r'ct ...

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 September 1916

turn to go slow or bonk. The night! of the fourth day found us in camp near Redding. This section is a fine farming country which is used in raising grain and fruit, almonds, olives and oranges. Chico produces 90 per cent of the almonds raised in the United States. From Chico to Fresno the roads are pared and the sped limit is 30 miles per hour. The country here is mostly devoted to raising alfalfa, grapes, peaches and melons. We visited Vosemite valley and went through O'Xelas and Coura Gold, where we paid 40 cents per gallon for oil. At Tosemite Park we visited the Mariposa grove, where the big redwood trees are wonders. The Grizzly Giant is 31 feet in di ameter and 100 feet to the first limb. After leaving here we arrived at the first ranger's station, where we had to pay $2.50 for the toll and had to secure a permit to take our dog into the park. This was at Wa wona. We journeyed to another range station where we were relieved of our guns, which we did not see again until we. re...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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