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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 15 September 1916

1 liai in i r rt. r.,'lr X nf 4'hriNl. ( IiiiitIi, Ml. Colillllhlll lllllll . Hi,' licr . 'Illiut ariint iirri'n ' liir 'liio, l t '. J 'tin 'I W. Ml ll. ll llll.ll" l.l'H. ( ISM, till' (il'IIITIll Hoard ,ii,iih III N"w V,,rk l,""t ,M" ,1 niiHHii'iiiiiy to oroKiin. lii llm t Ihi' Uev. II t li ill lllch aiiil iiitioiiK li Instructions M, w In Hi" following: Hirll"n i'f Oregon which, pri'Hini ihIvIhi'Iiii'IiI, I liny p,l.(lnilv illri'i't li Ih iitli'iillnii, huowii as III" lower Valley of HlHuim'1'' ' i'iii",'i "iK some ,.vi' in I ! mi l'1" iililinlilii, lo include "" lllnl rlvr Iho vIIIhK'"' "' Sl I I-I" Iih mill Mil- .llli l''i'i Vancouver; ami mi Yllluiii''1" ' iowiih i iri- jlllwaiikl" ini'l Oregon City." April -V I sr:i. Hi" ll"V. J Mc- tliii missionary ..l ,f i. ,., rector or HI. David's ,in, ,,. coiiimiiiilrmilH can ty ,"v.li , lllllTI'HlH of till, Ihlircl, ii,,.,.,, , hm II Ik al present, it K j,,.,'. I Hlioiilil very much rc,;,c i up. anil i, lie where .,.V(. ,,llt llenl. pel...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 15 September 1916

a i -i i I i i. ST. HELENS MIST. KIP AY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1916 S I. Mi l. I AS CO-IU'IICA TIVI t ki ami it vsstu i iion lor 111,111) )O.US lll.lt pnl'tioU llf Cclumbu count) situated along tlu Wiilauu tte flouU and li.u k towu.ds i he mountains have boon noted (or tho dairying business. Thousands cf cows have boon kept for dairying purposes and a sunnily portion of tin' milk supply of Portland has come from this section i f Columbia coiiii ty. For some o a r o a creamery has boon operated at John-, on's Cross ing above Scappooo, where some of the dait) products was marketed, but ti'.o treat bulk of the milk ami cream has been shipped to Portland. Ami ill luisLiiiiK it may In- remarked that there is still many tons of this pro duct coing into I'ortlainl every day from this section ot tin' county, by boat, h) rail ami h) auto trucks. Fail) in the fall of lit I a a num ber of milk piodn, ors of W arren, H.uhelor Flat, Peer Island, Yankton and St Helens, held a lories of meet ings looking ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 15 September 1916

ST. ji ix.i: it. h. n.mw ' ' ! , ', people of , Iihh iirnvi'il In I87K In, , Ml pel Intend 'V t ; llOIIIO Clllllllv hDll III CV.'I y ccr,. cminiv mid n-HlEiifl n.-lvlllg one yi-r. Ill ikk.1 elect d counly iiMscimi.r an. olio 'nil mill part i.r inmll,, Im v as cli-ctnil a member nl i lain n. n.,-,,,,1 ttill ,(l lory l li:it li.' wiik ,, . I'Tiii In I MM li" H., ,. i 11L.11L .' ! B llllll l'l 1. l W) 11 ' Hi- in a n,, ,,,!,, of county cumin!' .-.Urn varlmih Mflrfii li, . 1.1 ...... . 1 - Mi pri-ii'iii Klrt'llllOIIH. h I .1,1 wife mill rur (iiii,,,.n except n daughter 1 1 IjU-KNS MIST, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1916 ini'i in- In: .1 li'luil Mil.". HI. II A , In.l.l il'-. ., Ik various mix- 1 ' voril; willi tin- i-ii.. ii in- I lll hit y in imli-r l I'M in ol ih, 'I I li nil In!. I I,,- ,., . jol II.- i i, I mi .1 ,! m f I, . "II l!H, A i'1-i I i-ii. ' 'Mil- M oplc. """I 'iliiMlhhhi-iil i,f II, is every ((iiiiiimiii- iniiko hiiil, a a ""i" l-i Hum-Hi il is i,,,.,,,,,. I'l l' Mir:. Ill runil...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 15 September 1916

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1916 iri'lVlttt'MTIKM IN I. Hi(.i: KK LAMM The tUip'ing open o settlement of the Kti no itt.it if the logged off laed V tW St. Hi lena Lumber CompAnv I; at matter "f Interest lit th yrotrtlvi settlm iin well hs t (Lot! 'io live III III IllllllcdllltO HMlKlttiW 1 n -f wher tin In ml Is loouWii. , I'Vlikt II I an J of tin- iiIIht Urg ti-'vr couiimnliM, tln St. Ili'l u l-uifer Company did imt iIIh poae nir laiuU u brokers nr agent "Vihu would charge u It I k It irl' f-f the IuihIm, lit I. m il iik iimhi the si ifKtlon of ('lis I.. Wheeler, niato'kl a laml d- parlinenl iiiul Is l M x their lands ulroet to uetiial -Uli and Investors Mr. Wheeler htJt '! J Willi I'XplT flllf III till llo- w Kif ., ut of many iiiiiiiiuiiIIIch In tlo) tticgtui iiiiiiitr smt rc.ili.-.hirf Hut1 i wuj author''- on such iihm liu. till M!st r'V. iled II h in I : : III curt) to employment, utiil t lie diminu tion of promotion expense resulting In tin' selling of good land ivt...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 15 September 1916

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 1916 I .iXAtHlA. KIVKIt CANNING & vated that he knew would raise vege- I'RODITK CX. tables and produce equal It not su- To land in New York City twenty portor to any that would bo 'imported. irs bko, a young man who could and summing up the whole situation :ircoly speak English and without he realised that one necessary eutab- d9; to stay In the great city until llshment In 8t. Helena wan a cannery' I could bottor maotor tho language 80 he right away bocamo busy on the his auopiea country, then setting plans for such an eBtrblishment. Tho face westward to grow up with cannery was orected and ooeroted in I e country; to later start and man- the fall or 1915, and the goods put 9 industrial enterprises, and tin- up met with Immediate sale and n. jiy to build hla own plont, represent- proval. Several carloads of Colum- I an investment of $10,000 and bla county's beans, peas and fiulti vlng employment during the sea- were shipped to ttie several...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 15 September 1916

ST HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1916 K:l.IKIt PHI? Bfll u i L l.VXJ '.'ll,"l,.,j,V' STREET SCENE IN RAINIER The lively, important city of Rain ier owes its existence to a blighting drought lu the state of California In the summer of 1855, which burned out a wheat field. This partcullur wheat field was owned by Dean Blun chard and his father, and the younger Blanchard, becoming discouraged ut seeing his year's labor go for naught, turned his eyes towards Oregon, where rain is plentiful, drought un known and all vegetation flourishes. Coming up the Columbia river In daylight, tho young man was obHorv ing of the grandeur and beauty of the country, and as the boat punned the present Bite of Rainier it occurred to him that such a location was an ideal one for any Industry. There were only a few straggling houses to be seen, but Blanchard was so im pressed with the location that he of over $30,000, and mains und laterals carrying water, pure und rold, from the big reservoir on top o...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 15 September 1916

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER IS. 1916 : . 1 , . I H. 11. HOHKINH, 1. II. 8. Dr. 8. U. Hosklns has boufht the dental business of Dr. Din ham anil haa already taken charge of the of fice. Dr. Hosklns la a graduate of the North Paclrto Dental College In Port land. Oregon, which Inatltutlon hna handed out diplomas to many of Ore gon' leading dontlnta. lioforo com ing to St. Helena, Dr. Honking prac ticed hla profession In his home town, Forest Grove. Dr. Hooking' office Is In the Hank building, the same quar ters as were occupied by Dr. Dlnhnm. DK. A. J. VEKl, GKO. H. SHINN .Inn l a prominent attorney of Uem. He Is president of the l.kia A list met ('nmnnnv mnA i. Lied b an authority on land Beiore luoung in hi. Helens, jn was for yeara connected ha Internal revenue department Wtland. V". . t Dr. Pool located In St. Holons In 1911 and haa actively prt.ctlcod hla profession hero. Dr. Peel was born In New London, Canr.da, whoro he practiced his profession for some time boforo becomi...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 15 September 1916

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,- 1916 MIST MISTINOS Lunch at Mason's. U. 8. DoSpaln wan a business visit or to Portland Tuesday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Mas teu, September 8, a son. L. J. Van Orshoven was In Rainier Tuesday, doing surveying for the city. The Royal will begin making their com plot e line of candies again as the weather becomes cooler. Miss Vera Webbor of Eagle cliff. Wash., was the over Sunduy guest of Miss Josephine Moorhead. J. H. Wellington was up from Sea side Saturday, looking after Ma buid ness interests at this place. . Harry Richardson, who hus spent the past several months In Alaska, bas returned home to enter college. Miss Josephine Moorhead left Wednesday for Roseburg, where she will resume her duties as supervisor of music of the schools of that city. N. H. Webber drove up In his launch from Eagle Cliff Saturday and transacted business in this city. Mr. Webber has charge of the packing Dlant at that place. The party who took from the post offi...

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. — 22 September 1916

Columbia County Fair - Last Day - School Children's Day - Chorus 300 Voices OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY VOLUME XXXV. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1916 COLUMBIA COUNTY 1 ANNUAL EXHIBITION THREE GOOD FAIR DAYS -- gaay SpleiulIU Exhibit From Farm, Field aad Warden. With today the fifth annual Col inbla County Fair will pas into Urtory. With each succeeding year totter and more exhibit! are on dis play. Farmer are maklug groater iffortt to raise only the beat and trom which the beat aoed U aelected. Tfca display In all Unea of the aoll'a production this year la certainly very rmtltytnK to the management. The dlHplay of atock la exception till (ood. but the number of exhlbtta a limited for the renaon of the rul il that only registered anlmala are ttgible to entry. The display, thore lora, represents the beat In blooded itock. The poultry exhibit la much bettei Una lat year and many of the pens till measure up to the atandard of perfecti...

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. — 22 September 1916

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 1916 ImhwI livery Friday liy THE Ml XT I'l III.I.HlllVd nMP.NY H. 1- M ( X ) 1 1 1 1 K A I) ."77 .7 ..... Eil I t or H. r. MOHTON Manager Enfrrrd a wiHiml rUim matter, January 10th. tl!, at the Postoffieis t Xt. lIvlfDn, Oregon, umlor the act ul March 3rd. 18711. HI llNl ltllTIo KATKM IH Year fl.ftO hit Months 7.1 l Indies. While the deal has not yet been rntilcd by Denmark, the truns I action lll lie mude as that country iismed Itn price, which van accepted In good faith. The Inhabitants of those Islands are nearly all Negroes anil It U underHtood that It is their wIhIi to lie annexed to the I'nltod States. It Is to bo hoped thut the : purchase of those Islands will he as j profltuhle to tho United States as Al i aska ha proven to be. Alaska was purchased from ltussla during the administration of Urn lit and the price Advert l.lng ruin made known on paid m $6,500,000. COLI'MUIY OHNTY'H HUillT Ilefore endorsing the candlducy of either Lewis or ...

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. — 22 September 1916

COURT PROCEEDINGS wow her , ilurnul rend, approved and signed, jiiiirii' . u.,,.,,,.,,1,,,,. ... I fur linnrliiK tli clulm ..( Illli,r llrum.i, I MrH rO'Yn " r... '' Lwiiuliy I" H' "urn of Twenty lir " . ...i inn nullum, for imn H ."T. .he 8 te Uve Htocfc lt'v nuni tiff. tHliria '.III S.ry Hril. under Chapter 14, ...rlllll to W "" " i,iarl " i ..riiiinvltH on lllo rolat- " .. Hint Hlllll animal WI1H ,, I l'l ... ", --- - - - . - .M.hiiTiil on the 31hi uy or juiy, i ttifi in I'urt In ml , Oregon, under the "", . . t v v Churn, onil that ! (UB,rvn of h h U ' . 1. 1. a ri.MlllM.lll Willi illl uti cum'"'"1 , , . , - .... .triiv IhIiiiim of hiiiii napiiT I"0 r . . .1 1 II I -I It U llinrn. ,,irll )-" ......... .. , orili-ri-'l hy thu I ourt tniit nam lire ...1 .1... nl.v 111 1.1. nWI'll. . .... .,. , II IB flirtlHT liril'-rru 1.7 iuu "mi tint tha t i'T h" ,'r",,y B uthorln''! ami liiHtructfil to Ikhuii ii-iinriii i" li tii 10 in favor or nam mrn. c. 9" ,l" . . i...t u..i.i u Lmivi, hi'ih...

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. — 22 September 1916

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 1916 rvnnnrcnnivTrvrTr,r Victor Wutts spent three days In Mrs. J. Huekloy uml iwo duugli Portlund visiting his cousin, George ' tors returned to Portland ufter spond- Hartnoss. Miss Maude Watts lias been report ed on the siek list for several days. J A letter from Mrs. 11. J. Franks, John Lambcrscn and wife of West who Is spending a fortnight at Shep- SCAPPOOSE St. Helens, were visiting at the home of Henry Lamhers on last Monday. Lewis Tayne of Portland, was look ing over the old homestead near the falls last Sunday. Oak Grove farm was visited by the owner, Clins. Hogele, last Sunday. Two carloads of potatoes have been shipped from hero to eastern states. Three hundred sacks wcro sent to Jacksonville, I ml. J. M. Garrison visited at the home of Ovide Garrison over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kdwiu Meese and two sons arrived Saturday night from Ola, Ark., and are visiting John Wat son and wife. They are on their way to their new home In California. he...

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. — 22 September 1916

CT T7T7T T7" . .. I '""j iviiai, rtiiuAx, SEPTEMBER 22, 1916 s .t- TC T.ICiM l ! irPKiiNtJ ' Jhree vessels clear TI,j .(.minor Klamath, after tuk- 0 ii. ..i Kniiiiiliiv ii Ik li t for Hun I ' Tli Klainiitli Ih how In com lr ..... ..! Cnnl lliilnnr Lk rw'"' 1,,H ,)"rl" " 11,0 , .110. I 110 nu:uiiir .mi Ld of l.lf'".000 n"'1 B fulr lncnl!" ,,H1, L.. strainer Colllo loft Saturday lunihcr mi" B .,10 southern Ciillfornlu portN. lion. II. MeCorinlik of Han Kran f0i hciiil f Hi" HhlppluK uihI lum ! onn'rn which bears IiIh nainn, torn a HI. I ItilfitH vliiltor during Mr. MeCorinlck Ih iiImo ,,,,.lt of Hi" St. HolollH Lumber ::)llliy I11"1 KL H"1""14 Hlllpllllllll- Co. i. ii.;i r Nolialimi left out riy TucK'luy niornliiK wllli u cargo ?r,oouo fi. or lumber, u ih a,.i I that uflor several moro j, for Hoi McCormlrk company, N'rhulciu will oh hoiiI to tho Al- ADVERTISED LETTERS Letters unclaimed at tne St. llel- jens, Oregon, postofflco for the week luntlc count for trade, between couhI ! ,.r ,...

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. — 22 September 1916

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 1916 - l INDUSTRIAL REVIEW J Orogou City Frank llusoli will j start eonstnielion at once of moilerM ' rive;- (lock ami warehouse, j Sutlierlin It is unuouuretl tliatj actual Krachni; on now r. ilrouil hero i will start nt onto. Astoria New M'liool house iloill-' cat.nl In lla'.tlo Creek ilistriet. I North Itonil - Hay l'ark mill starts with crew of GO inon. North Heml Toiler mill shuts down to make extensive improve ments inrluilinK his steel refuse bur ner, tli?" tulilition of on-thln! story, a large machine shop, hand saws, planer, etc. Marshfiehl - I'resiilent Sproule of the S. 1'. system says now that the tract for 24 life hoats to be used on ship!) now hullilltiK here. Ilend A $$0,000 hotel Is to he tiullt here. MONTHLY LUMBER MOVEMENT BY WATER j DuriiiK the niontli of August, the j cargo mills of Washington and Ore I Ron shipped hut 13,3$C.4?3 leel of ( luniher to export markets. Normal ! August shipments in the years lui ; mediately prec...

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. — 22 September 1916

CHURCH NOTICES iii(ir Kilwiiil tluirrli will lin Hitrvico la ClirlHt urcb nt Sunday cvoiiind at 7:30. i wccom. M. K. Church Hundny cIkI at 10 a. i.,chlnK. 1 ' Tl',n u nY- Ldifur's luBt Hornion In the Meth- L( church bore thin year. Bpwortli 1-eanuo, i p. hi. ....... I. . ... ttinca urlll lia n in twice at the Congregational ,rch, t rl,l,' Unv- "n"rur wl HCll. It ( th dealro of the pastor that hit people ami frlendH who attend L Motlioillxt church lie prvannl at III tllOB IMTVlfl-a. V. N. HiNDiuii, ranior. ( (iMKicKiillimrtl Church 10 a. ni. Sunday hcIiooI. 11 a. in Morning woriililp.t .' ll o'clock, Morning woralilp. inn, "TlB Cliurcli and lta Mom- n." . p ,. ciirlMtlan Kndoavor. Top- 'ClirlHllitnlty Compared With ucr Mlglona.' p. m -Thero v.-Ill bn union aor ta which everyone I Invited. It Samllfur will apoak. Thla will Mr. Handlfur liint Humluy with this ymr, ait ho gooa to conforonce hi week. I In will havo a uionaago hi. W'calliorly'a Ico Cream iklnu every day. at Krod Hon. C. J...

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. — 22 September 1916

r .it 1 MIST MISTINGS r E. I. Dallagh was a business visitor to Astoria Tuesday. I. C. Smith, who sells things that men wear, made a business trip to Portland Tuesday. Fred Ketel has returned to St. Hel ens from Trout Lake, Wash. He will remain in St. Helens. Mr. and Mrs. Koscoo Shreve of Tillamook, were the Sunday guests of the family of A. L. Shreve. Martin Ketel autoed to St. Helens from St. Johus and spent Thursday and Friday nt the homo of Aug. Ketel. W. A. Ketel and family have re turned from St. Johns end will live in their own homo in West St. Hel ens. County Treasurer Hunt transacted business in Portland Saturday. Judge Hattan had charge of tho books dur ing his absence. Mrs. Fred Trow camo up from Rainier Monday to remain during the fair. Mrs. Trow is one of tho su perintendents of the Woman's build ing. Mrs. J. W. Day and daughters left Tuesday morning for a two weeks Btay on Puget Sound, where they will visit relatives and friends. The Misses Elizabeth and Elsie Philip 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. — 29 September 1916

I I is the Duty of EveryGood Citizen to Register-October 1 Last Day OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY . A PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY VOLUME XXXV. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1916 iwx, ii i ii i ii ii -i i t i i rimivw j--mm-i i&i i i i i i 11 i 1 11 NO. 41 i Vict IUY OF FAIR yUl yni ..... DRAWS BIG CROWD MONEY IS NOW . READY . ... .1.. lMlttlllll.lM AuiIIiImI ('noli"-"' at Urtli Annual Kalr. Tlio (irtli annuul Colnmblu County (',ir closed Friday with a rocord breikliiK attendance for Hint liny. ,oro tlnin 2,000 pooplo paying ad- mission to enter tho grounds. Krlday . , ti.ll.l HAn ., I n u anil Mian. hool children from different pnrt ( ilio county wore In attendance. Th day' exercises wore under the .uporvUlon of J. W. AIIbu, county ichool superintendent, and tlio man ntr In which the program was car- Lied out la a cr iid It to thone who hud bt matter In chargo. After tlio exhibition of live atock, ,ib grand musical festival undor the lilrKtlun of Dr. Emll En...

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. — 29 September 1916

Trliil Afterwards," nud states Wil son's decision was liko "If a court Tetuml IW IVi.liiv lv '"' n' ' " I'risunur u..u THE MIST ri'HUSUIxa COMPANY lrlcd ,,im atleT tn0 '"no1" u fur- ther states: "There was no Invostl- S. L. MOURHEAD Editor I Kton f ti,e niorlts of the contro- S. C. MORTON Manager ; vt,rgy between tlio railroads and tho Entered as second-class matter, ' "' There was no debate. January 10th, 1912, at the Postot flea : The railroads are to be compelled to at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act 8tanj aa deliver, and It Is the kov- ot March 3rd, 1879. j eminent that will hold tho gun In 8UBSCIIUTION KATES j their faces." One Year $l.ftoj Tho Montgomery fAla.) Advertiser Six Months " heads its editorial Without Study, Advertising rutesmule known ou! Without Consideration." and suys: application. . I "Again congress, led by tho uresl- has ignored tho principle of nnmu cr?rTl?MnFP 70. 19,16 ST. HELENS MIST. fKiufti. . .... m I I ... WW. IMXK , COUNTY OFKIC1AI, PAPKR dent. I ....

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. — 29 September 1916

5i 3 MATTERS OF INTER EST TO TIMBERMEN Tiie ou'"J valuation of tlmlinr . m eiuekainas county, OroKon, b0en reduced $30,000 this year of lHt winter atorma, fhlcli f,ll('u (,y"T1 ' hoard of equalisation o( the ,Uteof Idnlio announced the follow- lPj reduction"" in assosuinoma on um ... in,ul: Kootenai district de- croiincd 6 PT ennt; BliOHlione 6 per cent; Clearwater zo Pr com; ai more 6 pr citnt ; Nm I'orco, 16 per ewj- . ... f:,n comity or uraya narnor, Wuli., I"18 Krnntod a . reduction of .(i ur cent on all tlio assessable p'ropriy In tlio county. Tlio prop erty vwnirii of Columlild county, Oro net It Ion Inn tlio county court to !rnt t reduction of 2G per emit on the ansossalilo tlinlmr vaiuoa. wun tbt condition surrounding the lum ber industry tlio requeat should be granted. Tlio time for retrenchment m nuhllc expenses la long overdue If the country la to become prosperous.. Nearly two and a half million feet hoard measure ol DoukIos fir U mtdfl up Into furniture In Oregon cry ye...

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. — 29 September 1916

- nin a 17 CT?DTTTMRt7R 20. 1916 ST. HELENS Miai, rmfti. m 3 rnDDPCDnvnriurr SCAPPOOSE Oleve Harnett returned home from the hospital Saturday night. The Standifer tie camp is closed on account of the car shortage. Mrs. Ema Uhlmnn ruailo a busi ness trip to St. Helens Tuesday. Dr. Blatchford received a carload of box shooks for his apple harvest. Fred Ureske of Portland, was the guest of the J. U. Wr.tts family last Sunday. Rev. C. II. Johnston mado a flying business trip to Portland ou Tues day. Mrs. Doily Anderson of Knappa, spent two weeks with Mrs. Hurt West. Mrs. M. Hover of Goblo, visited her sister, Mrs. Chas. Sundsirom, last Friday. Claude Duncan of Murcola, is visit ing his home folks and friends for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. John Lumberson, Jr., was visiting with the Heaver family last week. Mrs. Rosamond Walker Burgess of California, visited with the Watts family lust week. Charles Sandstrotu attended the wedding of his sister, Mary, at Ore gon City ou Thursday. Mrs. Henry ...

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