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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 3 November 1916

.... i '"Hut;, Ktot, 81. H. 'I. Hel,, "it il II -J I J. rf h WuiJ hoi J Prtl NOTICE ... v.,ir of Columbia County: rt 1PB .i.r reimblican noiulnoe 111 ins r" ' , ,l,a offlco ' '"u"ly Treasurer, y' u,.li vkii Miitiititrt ul I .lecllon. November 7. Should I .iMi.tiil lii a businesslike Jill i 1(1 ,y,tematlc manner! (Paid Adv.) A. K. HARVEY VOTE FOR A. E. HARVEY FOR County Commissioner Krgulur IC'uliltnn Nominee (Paid Adv.) InduHtrlxa Need lluslnesi tabor NmhIs Work No I.awi to Hinder Either HERMON A. LEWIS forty-five yours rculdont and busi ness niun In Multnomah County - liidfH-iu1riit Non-Partisan j Candidate for JOINT SENATOR Mtltnoiuuh, Clackamas and Colum bia Counties Dloncut Servlco. Justice for All. Rtxld IKtonoiiiy unci Bound Republican ll'rlnclpli'H. Official lliillot Number, 6 (I'ald Adv.) TOTIIK ELECTORS OK COI.l'MKIA COUNTY I respectfully aunounco my candl- jiltcy fur tlio offlca of County Treas urer. If elected. 1 will perform the Iutlo of tho office to the boat of my abil...

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. — 3 November 1916

6 ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1916 that a certain proportion of tlie taxes' NOTICE FALL FISHING IS fTSU.."! . would havo to be put over each year; VERY GOOD IIEhl'J n nwnii """ -. ! to a popular vote and continuation NJJ bjr nt U.e (J , WrtJ ft fl APAl UH8 U STARTLING VIEW OF TAX LIMITATION would havo to be put over each year to a popular vote and confirmation. As far as I know there la only one statu In the I'nlou which has adopt- Thts measure is what is commonly lim ii tlm R nur .wilt tnv limltil- tlon measure, and specilles ' that no , " arbitrary tax llmitalion. and thai! county, municipality, district or body to which power to levy a tax has been delegated shall exercise this power in such a way so that the re ceipts from taxes within that par ticular tax-levying body shall bu greater than tho preceding year by more than 6 per cent. In view of tho burden which taxes have imposed on most property own ers the last few years, this measure has at first glance an appealing ...

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. — 3 November 1916

NOTICE TO CREDITORS lie ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ,6,rf - T-l C lnll...- . ,. . r iMONU Lw" -..... jur,, wmcn returned au- ppcDPnr. HAVE BIG OUTPUT ,h" ...i,,.t ,i,e defendants 1 RESPECTED CITIZEN n . "X" n Increased ainm.m ti... .1. ! PASSPc Aurxv IW '''?. "". two 1 Kiln.u,,,! n,.. '"orrS, J'"? " i... ;;;:;7 ri1: i ij rr; dM ear,y T,,ur- '-of 1,10 C8tate of Jacob esse aKaln wont to (I. supreme court i unihla h """" '" the ;"'- !oti ,8 ,,Br,)b5' K'v" r the Tim (Ii-cIkIoii i.r iii7 . . hotel. Mr. Oleen has !...,. undersigned, the admlnlHtrafriir win " semen i in i . ul .... ., . ,. . .. - . , i " """' limn, nut his death wa'L", 'i. or ine estate or Jacob poll till! i sudden ii ml .. . okiizIo, deceased, to tho orertftfim nf UIK.AIirLIKl I 11tWl(l HI.. I - - " w and an persons having claims against nam ornate, to present them with the proper vouchers within six months irom tne dato of this notice to said iiihii River, .. .1 - , jjjrr spent seven" uj hid efk l "'" l,"ll""""' l-...

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. — 3 November 1916

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1916 t JAS. MUCKLE 4 SON "GOODS OF QUALITY" T H M T O; CE JiT. X X' $1.00 GREAT SALE ON OVERALLS AND JUMPERS $1.00 Owing to the steadily advancing prices on Overalls and Jumpers, we were very fortunate in making an extra large purchase whereby we are able to protect our customers on these goods. Extra good blue denim, double stitched, sizes from 32 to 44 Overalls, in bib or waist, and Jumpers to match, $1.00 EACH KAHKI OVERALLS and JUMPERS, same weight, same make, all sizes, $1.00 EACH The Most Economical CLOTHING Proposition EYER Offered ORECON CASSIMERE SUITS HAVE ALWAYS BEEN FAMOUS FOR THEIR WEARING QUALITIES Tlicv arc al.s.iluiilv wool, every thread. Examine tin in, nick llieni t nieces, w ash tliein ami lest tlieni. It is the Famous Oregon Cassimere EXTRA PANTS FREE MAKE THESE SUITS LAST TWICE AS LONG AS BEFORE Remember these Suits are made of OREGON CASSIMERLS. ABSOLUTELY ALL WOOL. N'nw lu ic can 'viii duplicate tliis remarkable value Our S...

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. — 10 November 1916

nYouTrade at Home You Get Two Chances at Your Dollar. Do It flie OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY VOLUME XXXV. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1916 llUNCHING OF NEW STEAM btnuuiMu-K fmr V"l launched at AnUm-U to IUi Named Wlikn. The steam schooner built for tha Cbti. !( McCormlck Co. by WlUon Brothers, of Astoria, was launched Tburmluy. The vessel look ner ini tial dip without a liltcli. A large an lembly of prominent Astorlane wlt aeaanl tin) launching, and the whls iIm of nitttiy water craft In the vlcl- nliy gave a loud welcome to the new boat o she "lid ltu the waters of tli Columbia. The steamer la built on the same linn H" Celllo and Wapania, the latent additions to the McCormlck fleet. Tim vessel Is 222 feet In length, 43 feet In beam, and depth of hold Is 16 feet. Her carrying ca pacity will he one million feet of lum ber or 1,000 tons deadweight, and lis will he propelled by engines of JOt horaopower. Mia Martha WIlHon, daughter of...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 10 November 1916

Issued Every Friday by . THE MIST PllU.lSHIXO COMPANY SMMOUTON .. . . . . Manager i Entered na secoud-class matter, I January 10th. 1912, at the Postofflca1 nt St. Helena, Oregon, under the act ; of March 3rd, 1878. I 81'BSCIUPTION RATKS One Year $l.rtt Six Months 7.5 Advertising rates made known on application. COUNTY OKKICIAI, PAPKIt WKKK Ytr CONSISTENT? If you look over the table of votes cast in Columbia county, as appears elsewhere In this paper, you can see how consistent hte ordinary voter Is. In many precincts registered repub licans havo voted for Wilson aud then come back to the republican fold by i voting for Hawley, who Is opposed to j many of the president's policies. Mr. Weatherford, the democratic candi- j date, pledged himself as being for! Wilson and ::to uphold Wilson's poll-, ties." Hawley pledged himself to the1 principles of the republican party. Now, Mr. Republican, you must ad mit that you voted for a presiih?nt obligated to carry on the policies of the democr...

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. — 10 November 1916

HISTORY OF CAR; H MAKES LONG RUN .... November 22 Hie Maxwell rld i clininplon non-stop cur slart- . iimkliiir run In south. ti 00 u rv - - - - California, umlor tho aanctlun of "D 1 . ... i. M k i ,, i... fiillnwIiiK January fi ion. v " .... ui tk m voluntarily atoDiiftd. a ibe nio" - total of 22,022-3 "BV,n" UH,'n .ercd durlliK lo Brum, i iih tnnirkalile rworil wa inodu uulr lWniut MtrtiiKiit rul of the Amur , Autuuiul'lle Awioclntloii and the ,lrlctot olmtirvatlon. Dut thn teriiitun.loii or uie non- ,iod run 7 " "" . jmioiiiiiratlo" of the power ami en durnnco of tho Maxwoll, for Immtull ilelr ilurwifler tho car waa literally driven all over tho country. Thn moil nolnblo tent to which the car tii lubjcctud waa a comprehensive lour of tho rough and aovere country ,( Aritona, Nevada and Muxlco. Huli uently the car was driven up tho lull lonxth of Callforntt, Oregon and K'nliliiKton, over all klnda of road condition! and Into Canada, where It tii n'lii'il by the cuatoma offlclula. T...

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. — 10 November 1916

4 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 1916 CORRESPONDENCE SCAPPOOSE D. V. Price was a business visitor In Portland Monday. Mrs. R. J. Frakes sold her bis lilack team to Mr. Hickort for $375. Pr. J. H. Klynri. of Portland, was a business visitor Monday ti nil Tues day. L. 0. Allen has just shipped two more carloads of potatoes to St. Paul, Minn. Mrs. Tolly and son lioy nro both reported being sick during the past week. Mrs. Hose Watts is spending the latter part of the week with her sis ter, in Portland. Miss Mary Ewing leaves this week to teach in the higher grades in a school In Wasco county. Mr. and Mrs. Uilstrap and Mr. Hackett, of Portland, were guests at the homo of M. J. liutler. Hoy Vnncleave was injured recent ly by being kicked by a horse, but his injuries were not serious. Mrs. W. P. Sornseu and son and Mrs. C W. Nealeigh and sou, of Port land, visited with their mother, Mrs. O. Moen. Dr. Hoger Bissoll, of Haines, Ore., Our Sunday school was represent- d at the conventio...

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. — 10 November 1916

(high school notes J La a " J d,y ,ftrnoon Bcappooae sunt (.er football lunn' 10 bBU1" h 81 lltn. During the game ' , of 45 point" wore run up by Ilmdor has 24 of the Li. to his crotllt. making them by i11" ' I I.I... u.wl fn. LcbdowM "" I . ...., Lake, Heeler and Lk.r hl ",,lu l"TlcuU'' u,k- llfttdy Ki"""- nouuiuru l"ujrwi i,rtcrbck I" the ubaence of Btun j moHt of the aubs had a E,oM to M'''140 ,n 11,8 ocona '"" , Uie first game played by jpPoo H'l awn. eonmer l,tlil, Hy I'"1 up a atlff tight. 8t. Llr nl ('l"llnK"r t,,e Un r gfuppoo1'- Tlio "" ttt Clutskanlo last Bat- rult''d In i 91 to I ooieai . m iiclons. The game wi ,;ed In a steady downpour, o abllnl win frequent. Clatskanlo'a lt held ry well agaliiHt the re- Led assaults of our bnckflelcl. Liilirri'd fur Ht. Helena. Ii i straw vote taken last week, ,(tio and WIlHon each received 41 oiid lli-nHon waa given 4. 1'iir KtHiiwuod Ii at present nuri- L i ipraliii'd ankle, which he re lied In basketball practice. The seniors havo ca...

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. — 10 November 1916

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1916 6 HOW TO ERADICATE THE BEDBUG PEST; HOUSEHOLD HINTS tiiHk Hi Ivor HIGH GRADE BUTTER IS MOST PROFITABLE The adoption of more careful methods of handling milk anil cream und Improved practices in the making of furm butter will redueo ruther than Increase the trouble incident to home production of this food, say dairy specialists of the department, and will result in a superior product which can be sold more easily, und for a better price than the average farm butter. Last year about 30, 000,000 pounds of butter, much of which originated on the furm, was washed or renovated became, it was of such poor quality that It could not bo profitably offered on the regular butter markets. Cream alone should be churned". It may be skimmed as soon as It rises or may be separated by a mechanical sepurator. The latter plan Is the more efficient, and though requiring a considerable Initial outlay, often will be prolitable. The cream should be set aside in a ...

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. — 10 November 1916

SOREST FIRE SEASONS mush fliinl figure. ure not ' ,. snorts received liy the for- T, InilUata tlmt the forn.t ST. HELENS MIST. FRTTtA v NOVEMBER RrrnnnwttI mhi ti... VUt I 1UL fill UIIIO ...'. -- " mg t int tin. n u. . , ";" oiuioh aepartment 10, 1916 iallr l n (Mid. At tliu .ante -y the officials, tho fall Are , 1, just beginning on the na- grabbed himself whur ,I1(lllM,r UIH!(1!()f NOTICE TO CREDITORS agriculture or tho lilfii,x,inT ho notlflml, you are requeued to send ,n 1110 County Court of the State of thlH hiind lit once to tho bureau of re" fr Columbia County. "lolKlcl Brvoy, lJulted 8tateB dofik,"tJ,Vrint17,t,'0C8,ateOf JaCb ven by the lnlxtratrix wltii estate of .Turath Skuzlo, deceased, to the creditors of n pullCS n1(, r,n yu1K Into the street. Hnctlon Foreman Iloblmion ran him down ttd bo wuh l.rouKht back to tbe ()Uot, where thorough tlmt uld exu to ahow tho llritt Herat Aftor tho nervous shock .omowhnt relieved the remain, of taken, will I,, Z Persons having claims ag...

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. — 10 November 1916

8 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 1916 I MIST MISTINGS After several duvs' visit to their grandmother at Monmouth, Oswald i anil Kugcnto Doming have returned AAI'lo St. Helens. For your auto, get St. Helens peu-j j. u. Wellington Wus up from Seu nunts at The Toggery. j si,0 Tuesday so ho could cast his John Fan- and family visited Vot end incidentally attend to some friends In St. Helens Tuesday. i personr.1 business. J. W. Dillard, after several days Mr aud Mrg N Q lMtTahe0 httVe spent at his Seaside farm, returned ; movw, U(e reslJl.IlC0 rooollliy va. oa ted by Mr. and Mrs. ('has. Graham, in West St. Helens. l l". Cussatt hus been elected chairman of the board of directors 01 School District No. 2, succeeding Charles Craham. The city council will make up the to St. Helens last Friday. It. I. Plummor, after a several weeks' visit to points lit southern Oregon, hus returned tu St. Helens. Miss Alice Fields, a teacher In the Portland Parkrose school, spent the week end with her...

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. — 17 November 1916

YoiadeatHome You Get Two Chances at Your Dollar. Do It ilien hi hlli Ih. , I ri4 200, 'hit, 0i . L.' clloti OLUME XXXV, L 1 1 W. -tO I0NOR ROLL OF ST. HELENS SCHOOLS MONTH OF NOVEMBER (l St. lli'li'iiN Si IiimiIh Mnke GimmI Hliimliig. following Ih I'1" roll of honor of he St. Helen schools lor too inoniii mlliiK November 3, 1918: II Uh Niliool Frelimen Stella Harm's, Mulicl ; Davli'H, Gladys Jobber, ltulli llunt r, Helen Walker, Helen White. Kd uril liliiiurdsoii, IaiuIh WhIIIh, Klin rlMu, Gladys HoIiIim, Alva lluds th, Annette I'uyn", Opal H in It Ii , Albert Halts, Wultor I. Gage, Mux iVIIrcn. SniiiioiiHTCH I'hyllU Hi-own, Nova itrtnimi, Crura Howell, Lucllo Lym- liurniT, Jnliii Doming, Muhiiii Dtllard, 11 IUuU I .ii Hare, Limtor l.uko, Frank Heeler, Ivur Wulllnder, Gertrude llruwii, Kthol Lynch, Anna Lurson John Corslglin, Harold Decker, Jiiux-h Dn-w, AIIiitI Faxon, Rex A. Miller, itiy maiiwooii, juiui rv . mciey. Juniors - Adoluldo AiIuimh, Klor- ucii Larson, Madge Morrcll, llil...

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. — 17 November 1916

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1916 Issued Every Friiluy by T11K MIST ri'BMSHIXO COMPANY S. C. MORTON ManaKer Eutered as second-class matter, January 10th, 1912, at the I'ostoftlca at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act of March 3rd, 1879. ; """" SIBSCKIPTIOX KATKS One Year $1.50 Six Months 7.1 ; XUTXTY OFFICIAL 1'APFK - THK OWVAK1) MAKCH OF TFM l'FK.WCF. ; Liiiior Versus Klli.lei.iy i Fifty workmen were taken out ol i tlio steel mills in CIiIcuko and trans- j ferred to better positions in l'ilts-j burg. Heeause of superior ability . they had been carefully selected from among thousands employed in 1 the mills. Their friends Rave them ; a supper when they were to leave; and furnished plenty of liquor for the occasiou. Hut to the amazement of tho hosts every one of the 50 work-i men turned down hut (tlass. Whether or not the bosses knew about their; temperate habits is not tohl. Hut it is significant that these 50 superior workmen were apparently total ah-; stainera. All this is...

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. — 17 November 1916

CARDs '"ft, fa, on rgOl f:i,nil, It HELENS SCHOOLS HONOR ROLL (Contli"""1 ,ronl ,,",f6 fjnhii Laffiirty, Harvey Pierce, , Qunllli l""rl"" nvm, iraiut Lrland Eleunoro runs, i.ouise v ti Maliln Wnyniim, cmm i;uon, Miirv fanluuroll. Kosie lr l UUi'V Elhiil uranium, niiiio vb3, iiviln. Lillian Katkun, Vera Genevieve tensing, ltutli Dorothy Plnrco, Leon a Peer. L.rin Ilomisco, .rcl man wood, l0 Shorwooil. F i er cent on me nonor run, do. Mrs. Amanda Lake, Teacher. Uond CJraim Munmim wagner. L. Walker, Ruben lion, Avery ju,, (irha Lchlkolnou, James l(i Virgil Vvur, Laurence Quam, ilil Sutherland, Herbert Walklns, Alhcrtsoii, John Dellimnn, Iluiicaster, Reldon Lldyard. lioa iMfll Dunn, Juines Farnlng, Ole liolt, 1'VhhIIu Whltton, Lloyd iili-n. rraua .unsay, r.mmi per, It ii Hi Mlllr, ltutli Stevens, Lie! Cad)!, Corrlne Constantino, ,,h chapman, Mua Dunn, Evelyn relh, Murll Hcrglnnd, Mury Mc- Mlldri-d Tucker, Margaret Mc ; Neva North. vrcent on honor roll, 85. MIhh Elsie Philip, Teacher. Vi...

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. — 17 November 1916

v vnvrMRF.R 17. 1916 1 9:8 a rue iari4 & S. TIME TABLE o Train. No. il. No. :. No. IT. No rs. PhtUajkI Portland. . . S:la. m. ..1I:I5. m . . f:Jip E . . :1S p IB To IWlUad Si Uriels . . T : ? a m . . 1 1 : 1 1 .. m . . S:S1 p . m Arrive St Helens :1!lii!. 1 :JS p. Q. (:!)p m. T:C p in Train. No IS. . No iS.. No IS. . No . Bnse leave for station about lain ties is advance of above time. FIRE ALARM BOXES Arrive Tort land :lit Hi li-.: p m. 4 :4 p. m. X!. J. Buiier, section foreman, and Lit crew Lave been ordered to Oat time to lay vraii in that locality. Wis K'.iMtvtti Adam Las moved lir fatti!?- from Portland and i at ioiue to 1 er friendk m the 0ni .:. nape the ek-ciion !:: Lave Soaie of i tr p:-oj.ic look, itdce the v ere boat- ,).- M ti.nir Mr Mr Cox If bavins dn:i in calee- built on his land, me nunum ... MoCord ! on the Lih Uua near ui MoVord'a lk pave a then lea. r.r.cr which Mrs mad a paper on tbrt subject, fol lowed a paper y Mr. Cro !rd Tiirv iv.W to postpone the rorular...

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. — 17 November 1916

CANADA TO PROVIDE COMMUNITY FARMING fv lrniilk Heeka New Mettle, nirnt Arfnx for ImmiKfaiiU. Caiiulii oxpoota a Btroani of Immi grants at H' of 1,10 KuropoHti wari and the government of Now HruriHwltk already la preparing to provide "tiltnble Mottlement area for (hoo '" limy oloct to make their hom th" pro'"60' Community fnrnm. unilor government iuporvt ilun, tlin farina to bo noli! at cunt and , mux I in u in of 20 yoara' lime allowed the puri'liiiHcri I" which to cloar their Itidt'bttiliM'HH. U tlio plun decided upon, according to Conaul Hlchard iou, at Moncton, who Iium bo reported to Hi" department of comnicrco. provlHlonnl nuvmory nouru iihu brt'ii created, and the members al ready linve iniide a tour of liiBpnction of certnln arena doomed aullablo for iuIhIIvIhIoii into amnll agricultural huldliiKH. The New HruiiBwIck govermuunt proioim, accoruing 10 mo report, thai, when a block of land la finally accepted, It bIiiiII ho aurvoyed and laid out according to a apaclul plan. Tim ...

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. — 17 November 1916

r.r.TnV Kir7T?MRPR 17. 1916 6 ST. HELENS Ml&l, r iuu i , 11 - COURT PROCEEDINGS Wednesday, Nov. 1, 1916. Journal rend, approved and signed. On tills day it appearing to the Court that vacancies exist in the of fice of Hond Supervisor for certain territory recently set apart lis sepa rate road districts, it is ordered by the Court that the following named appointments be, and the same here by are made, lo-wlt: For Hond Dis trict No. 2, W. C. Cooper; for Hoad District No. 5. Fritz Anliker; for Hoad District No. 10, J. M. l'ointer. It is further ordered by the Court that before assuming the duties of ri.iuu, huiu lur Hliertu, fu.vw, uuwva Livery llarn, uuto for sheriff, $7. BO; Hattnn, Itessie, work for clerk, til.2G; Harnett, A. F., post exp , I $20.00; Paulson, Mario, work for 1 assessor, Vi:i.75; Ashby, Gladys I-., ! work for assessor, '$54.40; Doming. ! Kuueiiia, work for assessor, $0.26; White, Martin, expense, $:l.U0; Hunt. J. W., postage for treasurer, $.4o; Columbia Herald,...

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. — 17 November 1916

COURT PROCEEDINGS (Ciilitlnuud fi o.n Pago 0) on & I ;ldnl,,y ,78.75; Gessol!. E. im.o! - IIOAI) DIST. NO. 7. SPECIAL "HUH. ". II.. i!l lll. ...,,. a E, $20.00; Wood, l,no, $5.00; McllliiKT, I". O., $40.00; Hwor.l. Kobt., $37. B0; Engolkit, On,,., 112 Du; .-" '. ruv.vv, nun. nuns, T. II. 121 (III- m..ni L. II. W.. $4H 76; Parker, Walter, i V. 8.. 130.00 W;0?,;. '";. tih; MIIIh. II. K.. $48.00; Htant.m.' Clark, II. c $211 V h,.,'., ?.: l l $7.50; Holgort, louln, 1.10.00 ! L.. $!l 0.00 : ' 1 ,T.r.? U. ! ('. W.i $15.00; John, M. J., I Wood, bo. nr. mi. u. ,. .; $14.00; l)(in:.(l:;(,n. o 17 r.n' , v .... , , . ririirmin M a . . .. .. M. . ... . .. P.".".,,,, IIUK.. Alt, llll' 1 nroop, t. it., Diincwi, . w.. $12 no- M,.i,.,,' W I' .... ... . "nil 11, iir ii'ii. .. , m,'K","tlom, Jos., J150U; l-urk.ir, Walter, $7 60- Mul111u11.it i 11 i. T . " u uw- lountH, a. it ThruPP. C W., $15.00; John, M. J., Wood, bo, 115 00; Klmeloy. Emery, $7.50; O., $14.00; ItHHit. J. I. $7.50; IIi'mm, Htmdo,...

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. — 17 November 1916

HICT MICTIWr.C $ It. O. Strom was a rortlanl visitor! Monday. For your auto, get St. Helens pen nants at The Touttery. Turkeys at Sonneland'u. Order yours today. Phone 42. Hr. S. B. Hoskin and II. A. Mason oro Portland visitors Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Mucklo, of Portland, were visitors in St. Hel ens Saturday. J. II. McCoy and wife went to I'ort luud Saturday to witness the Mx football game. S. C. Morton left yesterday morv lug for Astoria and other lower Col umbia river points. Judge Moreland, clerk of the su perior court at Salem, spent Saturday with St. Helens friends. Of course you will want a fine turkey for Thanksgiving. Sonneland will have them. Place your order now. Phono 42. Dr. 1j. G. Uoss, Harold P. Itoss and L. II. Rutherford were among the St. Helens people who attended the Oregon-Washington foothall game in Portland Saturday. Thanksgiving turkeys. I will have a large stock of line ones. Place your order now so as to he sure of getting a good turkey. Cen...

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