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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 29 September 1916

-i o ADDITIONAL FAIR NEWS Xtilnt frn 1,10 I'ooltry Itapnrtuiwit 1 wunl in maim io exniiuors wnu 10 kindly co-operated In making the poultry di'parlniniit of t ho fifth an nual ('uluml)lu County Fair a do cldwl success. Mont of th (3 birds showed that plooiy cnrorui ikuuj nun mien ex pend od on thulr breeding, rnlslng and Mixtion for tlio uliow room, 7I10 I'orllund Poultry Show ex hibitors Kliowud an unusually good strlnK of birds. Union's tin IT leghorns woro ehlp ()rd directly to tlio Mlulo fair from here. Ilmnill, McKay mid Wellborn iliowcd noma brood which wore curl oiIIIpo lu lll0Ht ' Anionic thorn wurn nivorr.iis, i Ornish uuiiioh, Black Smniitrus and Cninplnes. The Hhodo Island Whites shown bjr WllllmiiB of 81. Helens and Jllntch (ord of .SciippooKo woro BoiniithltiR new for tltl.H county. Illutcliford pur chased oni) of the cockoroU shown by lil opponent to iupply now blood (or tlio next breeding scanon. 1 wan Kind to see Hint Tur boll's Ancunn liml competition IIiIh your, in...

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. — 29 September 1916

LAST DAY OF FAIR DRAWS BIG CROWD (Continued from page 1) second, Mrs. Law son, Scappoose; third, Mrs. V. It. Davis, Kaiuter. Best piece niontnietlic embroidery First, Mrs. C. E. Lufkin, Yankton. Best piece Venetian embroidery First, Mrs. C. E. wUtkin, Yaukton; second, saiAe. Uest piece punchwork First, Mrs. D. Link, Goble. Host piece Venetian cutwork First, Mrs. Fred Adnnjs, St. Helens. Host piece eyelet embroidery First, Mrs. Ella Rosenthal, St. Hel ens; second, Mrs. A. F. Harnett; third, Mrs. I3ertha e'.owall, Maygcr. Best pieco drawawork embroidery First, Mrs. May Morton, Scap poose. Best piece Irish crochet First, Mrs. M. Rosenthal; second, Mrs. E. B. Gotcher, Mayger; third, Mrs. Ag nes E. Johnson, Scappoose. Best Venetian crochet First, Mrs. Bounoll; second, Mrs. Reca John son, Mayger; third, Mrs. 0. P. Ellis, Goble. Best piece fillet First, Mrs. May Morton, Scappoose; second, Mrs. M. Rosenthal; third, Mrs. Alma Hell born, St. Helens. Best 12 buttonholes First, Mrs. Eugean Alle...

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. — 29 September 1916

------ - MHHMKM S. P. & S. TIME TABLE Win So. No. No. IT--- No. Trl. No. I--- No. It--- NO. i No. M. From Portland Leaves Portland. , .. 8:10 a.m. , . . 12:25 p. nj. ,,. 5:86 p. m. . . 0:16 p.m. To Portland Leaves Ht. Helena , ,, 7:69 a. in. .. 11:05a. m. . , 3:62 p.m. 8:48 p. m. Huii leave for station about .mlnuHd In nilvance of above time. Arrives Bt. Ilolens :12a. m. 1 :83 p. in. 8:42 p. m. 7:08 p. m. Arrive Portland :15a. m. 12:06 p. m. 6:00 p. in. :60 p. no 20 HIGH SCHOOL NOTES J . pA V IKS & SOUTHARD !p In Duto Hnwkshnws HiTvli-fi Pay and Night Hlioclal rates for II It; II SCHOOL CASKS loiiulro A. I', and M. It. for Itflfnrnncea I'liona 69. Snip Kinds Free of Charge. Watch uh grow. September 20, lih school i-nrolliiiniit, 77; Hnpfitm- Lr JO, IiIkIi m-hool total, 81. Veil fulr week la over lull to in vacation. Wo are wondor lt when w will have another holl- Tlili Is surely a pusslo to us girls. ,ho bit thu chunk out of Henry llion'a mouth? Wo would like as liny aa can ...

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. — 29 September 1916

4. ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1916 8 I MIST MISTINGS Earl Perry and a party of friends were noticeable as fair visitors. H. S. Mason and Dr. S. B. Hos kins were Portland visitors Sunday. Gus Lange of Scuppoose, was a business visitor to St. Helens Mon day. y Registration bonks close October 7. If you are not registered, "do it now." J. P. Johnson of the Union Stock Yards in Portland was au interested visitor to the fair Friday. Among the fair visitors Friday we noticed Dr. H. H. Cliff. N. A. Perry and wife, and Judgo and Mrs. Cleolon of Portland. Commissioner A. E. Harvey took a day off and came up from his farm near Clatskanle to see if he could learn anything further about run ning a farm. T. J. Flippin and wife of Raluter, were visitors In St. Helens Saturday, and during their leisure moments mo tored out to Mouutaiu View, whero they visited farmer A. T. Laws. George Cornwall, wife and sous of Portland, motored down to St. Hel ens Sunday and spent several hours here. ...

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. — 6 October 1916

. Ex-SeMtor Charles W. Fulton at Grand Republican Rally October 10 sSf ' " J W - I I i I a i k.. 1 t - i - . -i -fill II b fc, a ,LUME XXXV, X! Cut IT TACT Trt DIIH H I ST. HELF.MS Iinr.iirro !, Ml I I 1 1.1 I I II III I II. If "UU I II V fT. HELENS-WARREN ROAD Le official figures illwll. ul'i' i'" nlslied. Thot portion of tlio HI. lleln- Lrn road from a point whore r . ilKornlu at reel Intersects tho rood L extending lo moiiio 100 feet be- Lid III" crossing of tlio 81. Unions Jnibor (' puny's logging rullroad. DOW HUlIOHI'll tO lie Completed. i Mist, tliroiiKli tlio courtesy of I roailmr.aler. Iihh boon able to ob lo mnie data us to the cohI of this c of routl. The routl has boon l (or distance of approximately loo feet. Heavy rock wu nrat id ii i buiin and then smaller rock td. Hcreenlngs wore used for the dronHln k The road Is nbout 18 JO feet wide. Tlio data Riven In exactly correct, because the cn- lecrliiK expense, supervisor's aal- md numerous Incidentals are not krffd up agu...

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. — 6 October 1916

Issued Every Friday by THE MIST PUBLISHING COMPANY S. C. MORTON MannRer S. L. MOORHEAD. .. Kditor Entered as second-class matter, Jauuary 10th, 1912, at the Postotfica at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act of March 3rd, 1879. 8UBSCIUPTIOX RATES One Year f 1.50 Six Months 75 Advertising rates made known on application. COUNTY OKKUTAIi PAPKK W1I.SOVS KIKKKNDEU The following is what some of the southern newspapers think of the president, as expressed editorially With the, heading "Under Watch and Pistol," the Greenville (S. C.) News says: v One hundred million American citizens, who had most at stake, were not consulted by their representatives in the congress of the United States who Saturday surrendered their legis lative power The country has paid dear for this "peace at any price." A most dangerous precedent has been established. Where will this policy of surrender end? If this statement had been ex pressed by a republican paper none of us would wonder, but when It comes from a lead...

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. — 6 October 1916

Li'rS FOR APPLYING fw ..inDnvRMKNT ACT ,.i;i),(.r 1I.1I0 of Bi-iih-iiiliur J, IB 10. Iiultwl Hliitoi (li'rlmilit of iigrl- ' ....... ...I n tiliflktnt lif rilltm I"" . ... I... ......11. ..I lii II. n odlinro ' r.-lral-ltl roml ""tho net U InHrprolml to npply tn , ,ii,.h whore the nctuul cx- ,,nilllur' """lu nnl 11,0 w"rk lM j'M wholly ly the coimtU-M. but rrB,.( In 11 K rui wuy y a Lo IiIkIiw'V l"l"-tiiiiTit. No f"il- ,,l nium-y will no pnm tor worn l,lcli rniiiiol lm proved ti Imvo hoin jmlMHy 1,1,1,1 f"r W(,rk it Imvo li-n mlvnrllwil, 11111I llio .nlrnct -niiiHt Imvo linoii nwnnloil to , luWfHl n-HpOIIHlhlH bltllUT, llllK'HH be MllHfiifK'rlly proved that It wim ilnUK''" 10 "'"'Pi " iiiKiMT j. ollllTWlhO tllU fcillirill Ulll Will . 'prorul'''l lo tin) lowiwl hlil unit .Itlioiirtiiiil coHt of tho roml. "The ufllco of puhlic! rouilM iiiiihI L nuMllnl In wlvnncn of a contract ulnit no Unit a rrpromuitiitlvo may loud. N" l"irt ',,l"rnl money Ih be uwil (llri-ctly or Indirectly for pny...

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. — 6 October 1916

V ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1916 ot llolsteln cows to Junction City. rftUDPCPniMniTlWrP n-v,lB tioelinour left for Hurley. lUKKLorUlllJlUlllV J Wttllo where )ie l9 employed for the UaaaaaaaaaaaJ SCAPPOOSE Mr. Tot' father ml mother or KiilKflielil, who wero visiting them. Mr. ami Mrs. John Islnblatter Mr. Isinbliittor's mother, who is In u critical condition, i Tlio Misses Eva Harrison. Helen winter. Mr. Pavles, who bought the meat market of Mr. Morton, hus moved Mrs. V. (.!. Pomoroy lias gone toji,t family Into tho Klsh cottage. Fluvel to care for her daughter, Mrs. j itert Hraim of liaiuier, spent three Ed. Leonard, who is sutTering w ith ; days with Ills people In South Scup tonsilitis. pooso. Miss Mary EwtiiK made a business! Mrs. Tom Grant visited with her trip to Dallas and also took u few ' son James uml family at Burlington, days at tho stale fair. i Mr. uml Mrs. Hudolph Tetz gave o. .....!.. itirlit lii liminr ilf Miss Hazel Watts and her guest, " '""' ' " , Mrs. H...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 6 October 1916

1 Hi, 11 rHlOH SCHOOL NOTES 2 I ..... nroeoedi'd to try out I' new poKkt knlfo and found It I.. .llttlw hIiauii w very "B 1 " wu lhe rorvlNK ' '10 of 1,18 ,,0HkH- .. ...... I ...... utita ulin I it tifil ,...lii 11 ll'lliminuu Li i'"" ul0"0 B"y "",ro' l,ul 1 't know oi any w'b-iiiihj" i. tl.u Mull school. flu high 'u"1""11 loam Pro" w)ej io rIvo the town team a 1 2 0 drubbing M my nigm. i.nae ,1 iiPikir, wllli their torrllio line l..i,.w. fi-HluriMl tun gamn. i ne Ltoni Wen. " eastern liulf k; Mrliuimltl. star quarter, hu on.inllliiK k iiinl lljorkman, a ,lcmlty '" 1,1 tl,H back fl0''1' ,)Ul in a villi. Couch Hhlalcr known . m Iniilnll the pep. " w'"i hvithkIhk l615 pounds ho will (( t lilrcing aggregation. Mannger ,,f Iuih written to ItldKolleld for tune, ami 'i"'y "'"7 uy,,r iiuriU)' iELL KNOWN CITIZEN koSSIiS GREAT DIVIDE jirob Skuzln, a well known ami Ilunl clll."ii of HI. Helens, died at i homo In thlH city Hunilay, Oclo- I. nfiiT an Illness of Kovoral tollia. It'-ctMitly Mr. H...

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. — 6 October 1916

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1916 WORLD'S PRODUCTION OF PTEROLEUM IN 1915 The following tablo ia from figures prepared by the I'allod States geo logical survey. The amount is iu bar tola of 42 gallons. Tct. of State or Country. Quantity. World California 86.591.S35 20.28 Colorado 208.475 .05 Illinois 19.041.695 4.46 Indiaua 875,758 .21 Kansas 2,823,487 .66 Kentucky 437,274 .10 Louisiana 18,191,539 4.26 New York 8S7.778 .21 Ohio 7,825.326 1.83 Oklahoma 97.915,243 22.94 Pennsylvania .. 7.838,705 1.84 Texas 24.942,701 5.84 West Virginia .. 9,264.798 -"5.17 Wyoming 4,24 5.525 1.00 Other states . . . 14,265 Total V. S. . .281. 104. 104 65.85 Russia 6S. 548.062 16.06 Mexico 32,910,508 7.71 Dutch East Indies 12,386.808 2.90 Roumania 12,029,913 2.82 India 7,400.000 1.73 Galieia 4.158.899 .98 Japan-Formosa . 3.118.464 .73 Peru 2.4S7.251 .58 Germany 995,764 .23 Trinidad 750,000 .18 Argentina 616.120 .12 Egypt 221.768 .05 Canada 215,464 .05 Italy and other countries .... 49,543 .01 Tota...

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. — 6 October 1916

S. P. & S. TIME TABLE 17... J3.. From Portland Loaves ....... ..,! n. in a III' J. 12:25 p. 111. . 6:16 p. ni. To Poi-iImiuI leaves St. Helens . 7:6 a. in. . 1 1 :0fi a. in. . 3:62 p. in. . 8:48 p. in. ... leave fur station about 20 u(m In ailvunco of above time. Arrlvei 8t. Ilulona 8:12 a. m. 1 :33 p. in. 6:42 p. in. 7:08 p. in. Arrives Portland 9 : 1 6 a. ni. 12:06 p. ni. 6:00 p. ni. 9:60 p. m. vembor 13; fat classes, November 27. roHiiiveiy sldoratlon unions ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1916 Positively no entrl.,. u,m , '! ... -'M.MOXS .. m v i in. in r SUMMONS i hi iit mi tub 111 fmr m..,. KTA'PL' ..... ...... N-rth Peruana r UMU.A COUNT Y' R r! T ISg tl... abovo cloning .ui,. This rule ; ! " '."J1 n Mil Effle (;. Drown,' FOR THE COUNTY OP COLUM- ennlilca us to put forth a cataloeue J. I .,' ,. Mury K,u'n Norton, MA. very valuable to bo.l, 1 ' . "!'. .rmerlr No. - ami to tim pi,ii,i...r. l- i.i v KiniMi :"... U "'. in- Maimm, vs. "1J lllltllHH 11 d IV jrjl.lM IMohl ui...

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. — 6 October 1916

8 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6. 1916 WWVnfWVWVW H. F. MeOoruiick was a business! Councilman T. 3. White is spend- MIST MISTINGS Mrs. 1. A. Smith visited Portland Friday. Or. L. G. Ross and family motored to Portland Sunday. District Attorney Cooper lias re turned from a visit to Salem. F. M. MUes of Portland, was a business visitor in St. Helens Tues day. Mrs. S. C. Morton and Mrs. J. M. Rodgers were Portland visitors Snt uiday. H. N. Lovelace of Italuier, was transacting business in this city Wednesday. Rov. F. N. Sandifur returned from the Methodist conference ut Lebanon Monday night. Fred Hermau, an attorney from Rainier, was transacting business in St. Helens Saturday. J. H. Wellington, who is now liv ing at Seaside, was shaking hands with old friends in this city a couple of days this week. Virgil Stevens could be seen on Sunday wandering around the fields In tho vlcluity of Scappoose in the hopes of seeing a few pheasants. Washington Muckle returned last Thursday from Pe...

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. — 13 October 1916

V 3,000 Registered Republicans in Columbia County Mean 3,000 Votes for Hughes OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY VOLUME XXXV. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1916 yf "N ' ' S"lf TrMMCt rr NO. 43 ROLL OF ST. HELENS SCHOOLS frOTAL ENROLLMENT 485 JlKirt of H'kI' M-IhmI hii1 Uriulen, irr AMnulmir "7.7 l'r i nil KniM of students who Imve been Idtlier absent nor inruy uunni ui 1 . i ..... .. t. m . kionlll CIKIIIIK uciuiwr . lllKll Hcliool -freshmen Stella Barnes, Mabel Duvli'H, Alva Hudspeth, llutli Jluntcr, Cluily Jonimr, Juno Moor- u-ad, Annette I'uyno, Helen Wolkr, Itlen While. Albert Butts. Knill O. Iltri)in, wllbor I-araooo, Arne it. lorrl. Edward Itlchardtion, Archie towley. Max WIIhoii, Dnnnlo Faxon, tulwrt Oliver. , Sophomores Gortrude Drown, hrlll llrown, Grace Howell, Joint iralxllu. Harold Dockor, M. John tmliiK, Mason Illllard. Lucilo Lym- lurnor, Anna umun, uoneri kixoh, l.me.i Drew, Albert Faxon, Louis . . .. t L. - .,.. U. .. .. La n...

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. — 13 October 1916

Issued Every Friday by THE MIST PVBUSHIXG COMPANY 8. C. MORTON S. L. MOORHEAD. , . . .Manager Etlitor Eutered as second-class matter, January 10th, 1912, at the routofflca at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act of March 3rd, 1S79. SUBSCRIPTION KATES Oue Year l.GO Six Montlia . . . . .75 Advertising rates made known ou application. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER FIMS With this issue we sever our con nection with tho Mist, having dis posed of our holdings in the Mist Publishing Co. Mr. S. C. Morton will ....... ... n.i;i.:..i ,..,.1 i.iiuinuu management. We leave St. Helens with regret, but as wo all make an 1 effort to better our conditions, welllraKKuJ Juno 22- have purchased tho Acorn Press, a job printing plant, 512 ltuchanan building, Portland, where we will lo cate. we lormeu lie aciiuaiuiuuce uuu 1 .. a n ,1,0 r.ia...iui,in ,.r .,,,,.,) people, and we have only good words to say of St. Helens and her citizen-! ship, and it is will, reluctance, social- ly speaking, that we leave this! beau...

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. — 13 October 1916

D5 ULTIVATION OF PEPPERMINT PLANT mid rrolilal'ln ImluNtry for (iM'Kllll. Tlio r.".ltlfiK "f ,B '"''"K trlccl ii..iukfiiiln tli'ltlLH uhri llif rn. n 1110 . .. .11.., Mil.... !.... u... I ii nl Ilin irilli 11 irn iiiiiik ii.ni nui (llll v ,itJ n hlKlily KrutlfyliiK. It Im i .1...1 ! tl. fliillim ttm afonH Br Iili'al for Ilia culture of .uuirllllllt. From tllo IMlttlllR Of lllHH i.,n i (iiinrliT of an noro HomothliiK 1kg ln mid omt half poiimlH of oil Li extrarlnl. Tint Inst hit Kt kiiIIh- i) lliose i'IikbR' i Hi" oiilurprlHc luil illMilllliiK or inn nuiiro crop unilcr vi:". Ah tliu ImliiHtry la it... i 1, Id iirt'K"" ui iim iiik uruciii in epi'rl Ih furiilHlnil ii h for pub- idtlun: The cultivation of peppermint, iil- liuiijli currleil on for miiiiy yi.ur In ulior pan " "lls country, in a new lidudry In 'Im I'nelllc northwest. I hlnK 1 1) tliu peculiar rllinutlc anil Lll comlltliiriH required, It Ih ciilll- in roinparauviMy lew incuiitiiiM. retoforo larKn part of tint brll' supply o...

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. — 13 October 1916

A ST. '""" MTgT FRIDAY. OCTOBER '13, 1916 I CORRESPONDENCE SCAPPOOSE 'V H. Ulutchford shipped about 200 y boxes of apples to Astoriu Tuesday. t Mrs. It. J. Krukes son. J. 11. lVli- kAAAAAAA&AAAAi l,i,i9 wlo Is conductor on the Sllver- i lou liruncli, met with an accident i which nilrht Imvo cost Itim his life. Wo were misinformed Inst week. ! while preparing to tuko on passen- Geo. Y. Armstrong and son did not Visit at tho home of John Tompkins, as stuled in our items. Miss Ruth Duncan of The Dalles, was a week end visitor at the home of her pcreuts, Mr. and Mrs. I.. M. Duncan. gera he fell from the second step while tho car was going at about 15 miles un hour, striking his head and fracturing his nose and right arm. Ho was unconscious for two hours, lie was taken to the Oood Samaritan i hospiial und last Sunday removed to Miss Daisy Wikstrom Is In ill! his home, und is Improving rapidly. health aud is unable to attend school, i , . Mrs. V. II. Johnston returned from WARREN a vi...

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. — 13 October 1916

"ii! UkJ HHJH SCHOOL NOTES! when linked by tlin if ,1... frt.uliln.m Wftrn --...w man ii " v " " j a)w-il to wear lliu miw IiIkIi l00l cuh. very nnpnuiicaiiy sain (III Wilt 1""" "" tIihuiI a freshman, nan ohm oi Lester suddenly decided i.i i. t Mt the freshman K'n Lwcu t w,,,ir l""m- Tho lilt!1' school '"'" Wl" Mt Itulnler next Saturday, mid It .. .1... n..iui. it Lut to f n roul foot Lull Kamn with Mi of pt'l'i coiiio unil moo till oiio. he IIIK'UP for Kt- wln l,ro"- . ii. ...... ii .1..1.1 lily I'O loiio""- n""" . 1 1, dull! Ifirbln! WIImoII. Ilti; Vtumi'H ,xlit Riirl; I lxiii or Isblslor, cmi- r; Smith or ling", fii Kiinrn; lorry Harrison, left tacklo; Heeler, left ad; Stltll wooil. iiuaruir; ruui, urn af; Pecker, fulllmck, hiiiI l.nkn, Ijlit liulf. Tho ll" wl" nvoragM bout 1U poiim'H mid Hid hack Hold 35. Yoll Leader Admin Iiuh boon ivlng '"" practices r.lul nIio Iiuh roved lii'yoml a ilmilit that kIio In a fciMHl yH leader. (Look for the high school purutlo (Krliluy night. A nu...

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. — 13 October 1916

PRICES TODAY AND j TWO YEARS AGO; The following comparative tublo shows how foodstuffs have advanced during tint past year, and from pres ent Indications there seems to be no likelihood of a decrease, but on j the contrary, it is o,uUe probable j prices on several of tlio necessities of , lifo will be increased. The whole-; sale price on flour is now around j $7 per barrel, and with a short wheat j crop in Argentina many expect a raiso in the price of wheat, which, of j course, makes a similar raise in Hour. Sugar Is high, and since tho refiners hold the whip hand it is likely that ; there will be a further advance, Cof-: fee is also very high, :.nd will con-1 tinue to bo high oil account of the! scarcity of tonnage to move the crop from Brazil. i Year j ' i L &LJL&& s. o. a. c. Children Cry for Fletcher's m IlouKlit,n,i vlM , ...... i "".'""iiro n - IH.KIO tllllli r lit. WUC&U Allow !.. one to lrM.Vv,'X"7- Tho Kind You lliivo Alwny lu iih) for over .') jciiih, All 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. — 13 October 1916

7, rs 2.. it.. ! & S. TIME TABLE I'ri.iii Portland Loaves Arrive Portland. St. Helens 8:10 a. in. 9:12 b. in. "".12:25 p. in. 1:33 P. in. R.ri n. in. 8:42 u. in. il:15 p. ni. 7:08 p. in. ' to Portland reaves Arrival! Hi. Helens Portland , . 7:69 a. in. 9:16b. in. ". ,11:06 . in- 12:06 p. in. 3:62 p. in. 6:00 p. m. .... 8:48 P- ni- 9:60 p. in. 'it'ui vh for station about 20 In advunee of uliove time. Wager J. n. trice HAS K11UMU.D ......... ,u OI. IIOIUIS, OlttgOII. R.y lllsuy has preached tll0 K0HI)L.i .,, ,,, ' w r ; or,M k th , ., tlI8 Bwr has bo, a ,l 'r , , T "IX y"',rM " M'HK " "" ' V.nk " 1f"l,,'r," ,":,""r " I'Im.Io;, .,,! Mr. V. Dull,,,,,, r AluHkn. churc . Ho has , , , con. ,lt. All(,,orilK(. M grcgutlon grow tint ii i, i., i. i " v' ' ,v i ni! ri'rcnioliv w'iu irr,.p I ..... . . ... . ' i . . , iti" Mini ill ii'ii i Hnn (ifi nrit rrr nu ill Km"" 8lililiiHli'r Will mmi OITItf" In I'oriiiiiMi. i'll. I'rlt". for the lHt five yeurs Lcr ami designer for tli St. ,n Hhll't'X ...

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. — 13 October 1916

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 13- 196 H 7 R 3 1 MIST MISTINGS I Kx-Souator George M. Mellrlde was In St. Helens Friday. Might now the world's series over shadows all politic.".) news. Dure Davis and wife spent Sun day visiting relatives in St. Helens. What Is the use of walking? Get the jitney habit and save your soles. Hinson i- Larahee. 4 2-3 Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Strom, Miss Kstlier Happ and Prof. Shiptiiuu drove up to Portland Monday. O. J. Thomas of Goble. was u pleas ant caller ct the Mist office Tues day. Mr. Thomas is on the regular circuit court Jury. Isaac D. Hunt, assistant cashier of the Ladd & Tilton bank, was in St. Helens Tuesday on business matters. Mr. limit believes the poultry busi- John Hilling. Dr. Krank Mishnos.: II. O. Strom ami ramny were i Messrs. Krank Muller and Harry Tl- land visitors Monday, tiis, all of Portland, were guests of Sam Sonnelaml was a Portland AAAAJ Dr. S. 11. Hosklnu Sunday. 'business visitor euiiosuiiy. I Dr. "Hob" Hampson. a Portlan...

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