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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 20 October 1916

: -1- Ol II IH 1)1 tt 0 aet9 ':an 3,000 Votes for Hughes two I v 7v n n 1 Volume xxxv. i 1ECTI0N REPORTSI ARE CONTRADICTORY (10 SOME GUESS WORK lnUrrtliiK Table Showing the Vt In IDI2, Reports coming from .democratic ietdnuartors indicate the election of Wood row WllHon, nnd the reports l i m . . i. 1 1 .. I.. ...i minntiiig irtim rrriuifiit:itii neuti iunrliTH indicate tho certain olnctlon r II ii k Tlio ordinary voter can- ol rely on tliOHO reports, but muni o iomu guess work himself. The Mlowlng Interesting lalilo uhow nit how tlm vote was In 1912, anil kllcr tliu voter lian read It ho cau rcw IiIh own conclusion to the lunilnx November olnctlon: Uoose veil. Wilson. . 82,438 . 10,324 . 68.838 .283.438 .114,233 . 74.581 . 22.831 . 38.417 Tafl. 9.732 3.021 24,467 2.914 68.386 68.324 16.997 4.279 6.191 32.810 263.693 161.267 119.806 74.845 115.612 3.834 26.645 54.966 165.948 162.244 64.334 1,597 207,821 18,612 64.216 3.196 12.927 88.835 17.733 456.428 39.139 23.090 278.168 46.393 34...

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. — 20 October 1916

Issued Every Friday by TIIK MIST rinUJSltlXMrAVV i 8. C. MORTON. . . jjjjjjM!!! Entered as second-class matter. January 10th. 1912. at the rto'"; at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act otMarch 3rd, 1879. j SUBSCRIPTION KATKS I One Year .s Bl Months i Advertising rates made known on. application. CX)UXTY OFFICIAL P.U'KK TAKE FROM ONE, tilVK TO AN OTHER In coiunientlug on the so-called "Land and Loan Measure" (single tax), the Hillsboro Independent says: "It Is promoted by the same Inter ests which at each election have at tempted to thrust single tax upon the state. The proposal has always been overwhelmingly beaten, but at the succeeding election has reappeared although cunningly disguised. It is in the present bill, and it will be interesting to compare the names In the argument for and against the measure, when It Is found that those in favor are by what might be called theorists and dre.-.mers while the arguments against are by practical men of affairs. The bill, like those referre...

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. — 20 October 1916

COURT PROCEEDINGS Jnfliulliy. October 4, lilt. iibtod'y "n rWTl of 11,0 UoarA .nunty I"""1 Vloworn on the tou .' .1. Iniid wai reed In J"". .' . llr.it tlmo. ft thii iy "" fr,:,ort of lhil,"M,'d r,,i jloiiil wan rord In open rourt ""JihlB ly the report ' """""d f RudlolT Head wn ruBd ln 0Ben url Iho find A""1 ..." ..... n.. r,..w.i I .f Ilia Ilmiril flu HUH ' County "'" Viewer on the II. smith Hi""' wa oucn rt the "rHl on uiii iy 11,0 '""""'y (',ork pfe- .... l0 tim Court riM)rt of Hcalp Sintloi pal' ilurhiK the month of MifnitHT. being follow: "1" " .,,. tl.., Kin ir.1l (n M Fleeter, in mo mini oi .... ... kt qdit . JO, lulu, nnrruiii nu. onou iu HoliiK'H. in mo aum oi ii.uu rpt. J. B. V I'Anil t'ie ('m,rl M',n "lvlH,"l tn me Utter. It ' ordered ny me i ourt .... uid rciiort l, and the ltf,br ! approved On thU ilny there In presented to M Court mi order of tho Judge of Juvfiilto Court of thin County, Loving Wlilow'i I'enalon In the mini , 1 17.5V piT llinimi iw vuwv ui iwu fiudelil...

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. — 20 October 1916

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1916 'VVVVWVVWVV ! CORRESPONDENCE SCAPPOOSE Trot. WeCord, of 1'ortlaml, was a ! week-end visitor. Miss Maude Wutts visited friends in Portland Tuesday. Mrs. D. Freeman was quite ill last ; Sunday but is improving. Oscar Hruii is building a now- i bouse in South Seappooso. : Mrs. J. G. Watts spoilt several days I visiting friends in Portland. ' Mrs. D. Gust received notice of the ; death of ber mother nt Kstecada. Miss Vera Price is much improved j and left the hospital Wednesday. j Mrs. Lucy Divens, of Went St. Mel-; ens, visited her mother last Tues-j day. Mr. Knppers, cashier at Chapman camp, has purchased a new Over-and J. G. Walts as principal speak-j Miss Mabel Moeik left last Satur land. j ers, and others joined in on some day for Kent. Wash., where sha has Mr. Kiley, who lives on Scappoose ; Heights, has lately become a bene-! appointed for tho coming year. A diet. largo attendance was a pleasing fen- Mrs JoevSetvin was very sick last ' tu...

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. — 20 October 1916

HIGH SCHOULWUiw uAAA KlI,l(.r (1("BI.M. n - footll. but tho Ko was hurcl ,ln.l HI. Helens Hlayed with It "f, , ,.nl. kor ''"ke, l, ,holr "'" Wtt,lt"r'M work at " 'Jeit Satunluy wu lluy Clutskaiila ..and wo are ro '. " lu' r' . if- tittup n nnur nlriv and root. - - " . W0Ull IIIIIKII I ! tumiiun, nw L .ml ' teitnl '' '"" ,vur """"""r idling tht-y mi'y vo l,'ttl"' Vlo liiivt lil '' bciiinii now, ii u m- rln 85 I" 1IM '" . m.ttimrv hunch. Ik,.jr lUro l ' ICOJCll KlllMlcr IXpiBllieil Will KIIIIK1 L( foollittlt l Hi" student body, mill L ilmy nil know l '" ElUllsIl H. rlllHH IS getting WMlin Liy Imnl slams. Tim KriMM Indoor Iiuihiiihii mum dit(iitt'l liy tli grade hy n . in . .. U ure oi i. Thursday ovciiliiK tho freahmon iiei farewell imrty lo Ihelr former m president, Mlii) Juiiu MiMirlii'inl. rrnlimoiitH were served anil evory- Lty hud a very enjoyablu evening. ThellrBl number r tho high kcIiooI .per will iroliulily bo p u til ImIkxI the ;,i week lii November. Watch for ppcaraiirn. RE...

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. — 20 October 1916

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1916 COURT PROCEEDINGS (Continued from l'ugo 3) L. Kelson, 2.50; Holier. $13.75; C. M. Hoberg, $12.60; It. Bern. $17 50; A. It. Mills. $17.50; E. K. Hoberg. $8.75; A. M. Uerg, $11.25; K. Berg, $2.50; K. E. Hoberg. $5.00; Hodson-Feenaughty Co., $32.40; Hodson-Feenaughty Co., $33.19; I.. A. Peterson, $59. G5; T. I. Johnston, by ts divided Into ten road districts , thence east 2 miles; tnenee soma i with boundary lines described as fol-; mile; thence east 3 miles; thence lows: ! south 2 miles; thence east 3 miles; Komi nistrlit Xo. I. thence north 1 mile; thence east 2 i Beginning at a point wherj the i miles; thence north mile: thence section line between sections 27 and i west V mile; thence north mile; 34, T. 4 N. 11. 1 W.. of V. M. inter-j thence west H mile; thence north S sects the channel of the Columbia : mile; thence west 1 Vi miles; thence Hiver; thence west on said section north to the channel of the Columbia line to the northeast corner ...

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. — 20 October 1916

1 5 p. & S. TIME TABLE rrm. ; li fe 17. 23. Trilo. Ji. a to. id. l-Xtiti Portland heaves , Portland. ... 8:10a.m. .12:25 p. m. . . . 6:35 p. in. , . . 6 : 1 6 p. m. To Portland leaves HI. Helens , . . 7:69 a. m , , .11:06 a. in 3:52 p. in 8:48 p. m Arrival at. Helena :ll a. m. 1:38 p, m. 8:42 p. m. 7:08 p. m. Arrlvei 1'ortland 8:16 a. m. 12:06 p. m. 6:00 p. in. 9:60 p. in. HiPYARD HAS NEW SUPERINTENDENT sa C,rl Clirlstonsen. the newly ap jptfd gnnoral superintendent of the ii-l.nn Shipbuilding Company, Lf bad twelve years experience In . M.ii... r mIiUim tin wua flrki 1,1 DUIIuina - Lu-iatcil with J. II. PNcn at ma Ldoo ysrtls mid occupied the hum- L portion of holt driver, lie was iJ0 d Mr. Prlce'a employ at e.u- l. 1 ... !, mr - - - - r HuHei lfao ----- ipttea In advanco of above time. "- : 1- ' f ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1916 provided will. n..u ... .. . 1 1 ly self-regulallng. J""" 1'U.ld b" diB these' FA KM FOR BALE Home Investigators have shown ,. ' ",crcai,ln-...

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. — 20 October 1916

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1916 8 l MIST MISTINGS Ji Uk A ilkAjlkAjIknAAA ni James (.'.nitons, of Deer Island, was a visitor to St. Helens Monday. Editor Baylls of the flatskauie Chief was a pleasant caller ut the Mist office .Monday. S. H. Haines, u prominent Port land attorney, transacted business in St. Helens Monday. What is the use of walking? Clet the jitney habit and save your soles. Hiuson & Larabee. 4 2-3 S. N. Suelling. an attorney, lias de cided to locate in St. Helens. He lias leased the Allen house now occupied by S. L. Moorlieud. He expects his family Saturday or Sunday. John Philip has been awarded a contract to supply a Portland con tractor with 60,000 paving blocks. Tills about cleans up the supply of blocks Mr. Philip hud on hand, but ho is now figuring with another con tracting concern and hopes to land a large order In the next few days. it a t.,c.,i . i,,,oi,wU. vUit.l alitnwnlk In front of the Miles W W W or to Portland Thursday. i property on Col...

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. — 27 October 1916

pRestoed Republicans in Columbia County Mean 3,000 Votes for Hugo es 1 m -71 MTV dill. J1 'orkWi I tin i d In 04 i hi, -J lOLUME XXXV. IAUZAT10N BOARD MAKES REDUCTION lbltJ OUNTY VALUES LOWER LnJ Grunt Petition of lluiidrl At ill laul meeting the board of nilliutlon, etliiK on petition from indrocls of tuxpuyors in the county udea flat reduction of 25 ptir cent llm assessed valuation of Colum muuiy. Thn vuluntton In 1916 ui $15,087,1)25. mid ly tlilu re ;ctln llm taxable properly tor the n 1916 In $10,646,660. In this liter mnouiit U not Included tlir ligations of tin) pulillc service utlli Utlie vuluu of which Id fixed by the lite board, nor some $200,000 of nonal property. The figure, as suitor lllnkoslcy bus tliem, are iIIowh: rru oi uiiuiiio mnii. 113.064; value t 2,910,815 -rea non tlllalile Unit, 106,755; value 5,312.940 iproveineiits on deeded or patented lunda. . . . 428,980 530.370 U'd and city lot .... aproveineiits on Ha mo. 612.400 Minx rullrond and rolllnK Mock 240,580 ...

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. — 27 October 1916

2 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1916 one of tho writers who propounded j so many foolish questions ut Hughes ; Issued Kvery lYidny by I "s 'o what his net Ion would have THE MIST PI lU.ISIUM) roMIMN'Y ' u,l' ' certain Mexican und foreign ! srcrMmiT"r.T.V7Tj The Journal navo niucli ! VTT : , r - i space to those questions ly those1 "14 1' 1 1. .1 11 .1 DL'WIlUIHUa 111 LI I 1 11 , II I . . iii ii January 10th. 1912. at the l'ostofflca wt''' k,unv" wri,,'r8 J,lt:t !,t 11,0 ,,nu' at St. Helena, Oregon, under the act of March 3rd, 1879. . SI IlSl'mi'TION KATKS One Yeur $1.50 Six Mouths 75 Advertising rates made known on application. 7xUXTY OITTCIAI. lMI'KK llliehoil delivirptl liin iiii.li In lnit. ' land, and now comes out with tlio! statement tliul foot! lias lost his! punch. Cobb's Rieatnoss must havu been tlio fact that ho was in f:'or of! Wilson. ! TAX LIMITATION A state wide tax limitation amend-' TIIK ItO.VDMASTKK'S OI-TU'K 1 mont will ho submitted to tlio voters; The grand...

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. — 27 October 1916

is I I 1 ST- HELENS MIST. FRIDAY nrrnvt on - ."s i- j inn i7r ' Uo PAID FOR 1 llii, ruiniuu . ,,ir,(.r rnlmid a sack of potatoes u,h ha K' own n'1 ,0, t0 8 holtnmlO IIHTlMllllll. ""iw " ih him f- for lln,n' A r"u" ' ,ercln"' bought l potatoes of the "Li.wulcr. who charged him 65 cmti, thus 11,0 r"lnll,,r P"'1 tl,a '"rin no cents mid a prodt to tlio 1,oImiiIt of 15 cents. The retailer ,. .,..., in it rostaurant man for tl. MIIO 1" w , . ,h. rpa.Brnt man paying tho CO I !, dm farmer received, tho 16 lnM wholesaler's profit, and the Pr,lllt 10 ,llfi r,"ul,,,r- Tlie ..ift came In for dinner and the lr,,,t,uri lit nil"! served potatoes from hli Mik. charging the hunker what IK uiiliitiicK cost litut and a little profit. w llH hanker was stuck for i,0 whole tliltiK ccnis io uin lirnii-r, ITi cents to tlio wholesaler, 35 centn lo the retailer and the res- nuriiit muii's prodt. Hut the hanker a a shrewd guy, and when the Llollilng miin came In to Ret a loan t (Inured thin meal In with other...

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. — 27 October 1916

CORRESPONDENCE SCAPPOOSE Miss lieatrico Herbert, of Portland,, vie Hod li Inula West last Sunday. i Q. Lang and 1. U. Wikstroni are' each rigging up a gasoline woodsaw. Mrs. M. Hoven, of lioble, visitod her mother, Mrs. Mary Hlphani, over Sunday. C. Whitney has been appointed rondmaster on a section in Multno mah, and we arc Informed ho will , soon move. ! L. Cornish and family have moved to St. Helens, where Mr. Cornish lias employment. The Misses Ellaree lltitler and Ada Weist, of Portland, spent Sunday at i the M. 3. Butler home. i Mrs. Lilly Cholick, Mrs. J. lluvluk and son Joseph took a pleasure trip! over the highway last week. Normnu Miller made a flying visit! with his mother this week, hefore at-' tending the institute at I'ainier. ! L. U. Allen shipped two carloads of potatoes to Minnesota and can-j celled orders for three more loads., Geo. Yarno, who lives on the Kiser: farm in South Scappoone, is advertis-j lug a sale and is preparing to move. ; No potatoes going to .was...

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. — 27 October 1916

NOTICE . ..t "f.illllll.lla PfllitltV fc, llie vou-i- - ..tin! regular ropuniicun nominee lf tiio office of my iniBRurnr, , election, Nv'Mi!mt 7. Hhould I . . ..i Dm affairs of the office , el(!t'i . 1)0 COlldUCtOtl OUSIIIOBBIIKB A .yKli'iimllc nuiiinnr. EDWIN IIOHS4. (I'nlil Adv.) WV J7, vi if-:. A. K. HAKVEY VOTE FOR A. E. HARVEY FOR County Commissioner Itcguliir H"'libllri Noiiiliirr (I'ulil Ailv.) ImliiHt rli-H Need IIubIucsi Labor Needs Work No Laws to Hinder ElllHT HEKMON A. LEWIS Forty-flvo years a resident and busi ness ninn In Multnomah County Inili'lK-nili-iit Non-Tart inan 4'uiiiUilale for JOIXT HKWTOU MuIiikiiiihIi, t'lnckumaa and Colum bia I 'minftea Honest Service, JuBtlco for All, Uigtd Kcounmy ami Hound Itopuhllcan Principles. Ollliliil Ilullot Number, 69 (I'nlil Adv.) TO Till.: ll.ltTOItH OK COM Mill t'OlNTV J. W. HUNT.. I respectfully nnnoiiiico my candi dacy for Iho offlco of County Treas urer. If olocled, I will perform the duties of tho ulTIco to tho best of my ...

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. — 27 October 1916

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1916 6 U'REN'S SINGLE TAX MEASURE A t'lfar K.ilunation ( Tlii Amend- llll'llt. .herself so." From l'rogr:aa mul Vov- value to the pasture luiuls; nml tlmt erty." Chapter 2. p. S. 'so It U with the farmer'! land. "Any one can see that to tax land j Wherefore he having had thin great up to Its full valuo, would amount advantage while he fanned. It would to precisely the same thing as for- be unfair that he should get u het tnally to take possession of It, and ter priee for his farm when he sells, ti, ..n ti.t it nut t.i thu 'iiirimui lilit- Musi hecuuse there are many who lands Improved, and therefore are least aide to hear It. Tue Will Vastly liirrwax lly this aliieudnient one-third of all the land rent taxes shall he set asld to he loaned to those poor who have lands to Improve and who have mi l to me iiignesi uiu- jui ru ' .......... i.i.. i,,,,.,. i 1 tiers." From "Tlio Land question." , want to buy; uml so the utate ougui proveu.emi. u. . p 54...

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. — 27 October 1916

s'p. & S. TIME TABLE From Portland leaven Arrives Portland. Bt. Unions . . H: 10 a. in. :12 a. m. ..12:25 p.m. 1:33 p.m. . 5:16 p. m. 6:23 p. m. . 0:16 p. m. 7:09 p. ni. To 1'ortluiul Leaves Arrives HI. Helena Portland 7:68 a. in. 9:15 a, m. .' ! 1 1:18 o. m. 12:20 p. in. .1:31 d. in. 4:40 u. Ml. !!""!.. 8:62 p. m. :&0 P- m. IDUDtB n niw.vd tlm 17.-!3.. Train. It.. 18. bUNTY AGRICUTU- RAL AGKN 1 WAN l liU . . . .. 1- ....I j. tin tlltt (oluliililu coiiiiij ""l " ......Una urlilf.ll mil. r .rlflllllirill fllFCIltH. I)llt !lt f dm runners uiw cuum lievo this county should employ la ,.... I ...ll..u.. ..v I An al.M Ltlce hnvliiK received requests lor rmutioii im 10 me worn mi cur- ln other c unu unu me fcl on LIST OF TRANSFERS Reported by Columbia County Ab stract Company. Out. 13 IlultolH Lbr. t o. to J K. (luinlilo; IiuiiIh In Hoc-h. 21, 2S, 111), T. N., II. 6 W., lu. Margaret L. Work et ux. to Isaac H. Ilunigardncr; litml In Krc . N., II. 4 W $10. J. Nyslroin el ux. to A. II...

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. — 27 October 1916

8 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 27. 1916 MIST MISTINGS :au( Ur jt at r7 W ft L-fiSati. cf Por.Uai. 4 was a of tis cat of l3 pp: 4 i.o att.-o-i-i lii Uom faaerai - ststixi a!e it isr".ci st Sooae- . M. hier hatnew vUitor iand s Bxt Aii k..l frwi. t prrt.ad :k. turtHl ad ta.it Sji and c-as-d fUa luring IS. pat aek lb MUt fea gl. enrolled ir.t r b..rr:br.. Mr. ;. trad ia roar home towa - a t:or in Ak trick; h knr, Tf- Togry, 3ai'iriar. a;icnd;c tie c-':a; cf riit-iiaw T ais f-r ta of fj.sitl tfi-l at ikrca! ad j. P.e.d in- -iat a.i ia tbU Bin-br f f - V it Un'f ihrrt fi'r.t- A M, f.lady. Aihby pnt Sunday j vvvw SHIPPING NOTES snr Mi. NOTES ! tor the week Wwva.aa. - - 1 ,.WA----A. J H p.w. of PortUad. i !i:i's Wt"ilai'!ay on Eia'Vn p-r- to t.. ii.;Jrd. large Kernlly Hold Willi l.umlier Cariot. Hiulli M.idr-d J. W'asu. of S.aa- J W urc:d wat doa taxpayer-" leag . pirp n tv,n. to Mr acl Mm J .i.a ;- ; w P,berti. district fr; kritK,6. at Warr-a. Ortu-r 2Xl a ' pu-a.t-r ag-ra of o -.V a4...

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. — 3 November 1916

!, ' ,"' ; ; !i .it 3,000 Registered Republicans in Columbia County tan 3,000 Votes for Hughes :' ;i' ill ;1i i ' i i.- 4 VOLUME XXXV. HAWLEY MAKES GREAT SPEECH Trllo of llrokrii IKMiiwratlc I'nuiilM-a Mnkrw I'lea for IIiikIicn. in a speech luilmi with accurate accounts of the present "mls-udmtn-latrulliui," Hon. W. ('. Ilawloy, con grPHitmiin from Oregon, spoke to 150 peoptu at tho city hall hint nlKht. Mr. Hnwley was Introduced by Hon. M. K. Miller, who paid a trlhute to llio coiiKroHi.man'a work (or his state. Mr. Miller uIho rocr.llod tlio fact that two years hko, when Mr. Huwloy wuh In St. Iti'li'iiN, ho hail made tho pro plwcy that tho imxt republican noml nc would he Mr. Hughes, for tho American people would deinunil It. In opening hla address, Mr, Haw ley elated that I lie main Issues on lili:li hn would talk were tho tariff, the democratic disregard for their platform pledges and the Mexican illuiilli.n. Taking up the tariff, Mr. Hum ley allowed that a Just protoct Ivo tarl...

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. — 3 November 1916

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1916 ITIIK TAX LIMITATION MKASVKK ' supplied by Issued Every Friday by THE MIST Pl-BIJSHIXG COMPANY . Manager matter, S. 0. MORTON. Entered aa second-class January 10th, 1912, at the Postofliea at St. Helens, Oregon, uniler the act of March 3rd, 1879. After carefully looking over this ministration of them. measure, the Mist fears there Is some! r'or many years tho Southern l'u llttlo Joker-ami some of the meir clllo took a most active purl In Un responsible for the mousuio might ; politics of California and tho Infor not bo working for the masses, but : mat ion that hereafter it will iitteucl for some special interests. The title solely to its own business, which, of tho measure Is such as would j wo inicht s.iy, Is tho public's busi catch tho eye of tho voter, and per-'ness, Is Information of value to the wise laws and fair ad-! HUGES QR WILSON; FJHKHI KKH HAI.K PROFESSIONAL WHICH WILL WIN SlHlement of Vote and Mw ti.ral llcg. (inly three days l...

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. — 3 November 1916

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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. — 3 November 1916

in ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1916 JURY TRIAL For The Toggery's Swell Stock Cross Examined by Well Dresser QUESTION: MR. SWELLSTOCK. PLEASE STATE YOUR FULL' NAME TO THE JURY. ANSWER: DICK FOR DUDS. 0 YOUR AGE. PLEASE. A. I WAS CREATED THIS SPRING. Q. WHAT FOR? A. TO BE WORN BY PEOPLE WHO CARE FOR MERCHANDISE OF CHARACTER AND VALUE. Q. YOU CLAIM TO BE THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE MEN'S STORE IN TOWN? A. I CERTAINLY DO, SIR. Q. IN WHAT RESPECT ARE YOU BETTER THAN OTHER GENERAL STOCKS? A. WELL, IN THE FIRST PLACE. SIR, I HAVE A LARGER STOCK OF MEN'S GOODS. Q AND WHAT ELSE? A. I CONSIDER MYSELF BETTER SELECTED AND OF MUCH HIGHER GRADE OF MERCHANDISE THAN YOU SEE ELSEWHERE. 0 ANYTHING ELSE? A. YES. SIR; THE PEOPLE ARE CROWDING THEMSELVES AFTER ME BECAUSE MY SELLING PRICES ARE RIGHT. 0. IS IT TRUE THAT YOU ARE A BIG ATTRACTION 'ROUND HERE? A. Yes, SIR; ABSOLUTELY TRUE. 0 AND THAT YOU ARE SHOWN OFF TO A BIG ADVANTAGE? A. THE VERY BEST ADVANTAGE SIR, FOR I AM LOCATED IN THAT UP-TO-DATE STOR...

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