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About St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 26, 1913)
LOCAL HAPPENINGS AND DOINGS
NEWS NOTES CONCERNING PEOPLE AND
THINGS IN AND AROUND ST. HELENS
PERSONAL; LOCAL; SOCIAL AND OTHERWISE
COST OF PROPOSED BOND ISSUE FOR PERMANENT ROADS
Table showing cost of proposed Hmd Issue fir Permanent Konds. County Valuation $IH.OOO.OOO.
Proposed P.ond liu $:ir.o.o(0, payable $i'.0,000 in ft ymrn; 1 00,000 In 10 year.; $100,000 in 15 year.;
'' $ I OO.Ooo in 20 years; at ft per cent interest.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Masten spent
Christmas in Portland with friends.
Mr. nnd Mrs. K. Cox hail as holi
day guests David lavis and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Quick enter
tained friends at Christmas dinner
at their homo on Christmas day.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. IVming en
tertained fomo local friends at
Christmas dinner at their home.
Prof J. I?. Wilkinson attended the
meeting of the State Teachers' As
sociation at Salem during the week.
I.. F.. liutherford returned last
Saturday from Minnesota where he
has been tor several weeks on busi
ness. Mr. and Mrs. II. Cor.stnntin were
husts at a delightful Christmas din
ner to friends and neighbors yes
terday. E. A. Ross, of the popular St.
Helens furniture store, snertt his
fhrisHnas nnrsimr a hud c nf I the night and will take on l.t'.oO.
I 000. feet of lumber here for China
n,unirs- ! The work of loading her has al- ent
Misses Llsie Phillip. Anne Ketel j ready started and will require about completed lne ,.liunty will build up r $;,:.. Too i-ach year.
ana tugema, uemmg are in m. : "" or me uac n complete me
Helens for the -Christmas holidays ' f"r?'. After this boat leaves the
. -.u u . i,' r li, . "ig mill in this-city will close down
with their home folks. - 1 , , . .
, for one week for repairs, the first
Miss Amy George entertainer' on dose down for that Jungth of time
Christmas day for Captain and Mrs. us4to 'the. mill started in P'O'.t.
Portland with the
for a week's visit.
The beautiful home of Mr. and
Mrs. S. C. Morton, in this city, was
the scene of a Christmas gathering
yesterday, at w hich time and place
a number of relatives of both Mr
and Mrs. Morton were present.
Mr. and Mrs. l Crandall and Mrs.
1 artndge, of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs.
oorhees. of Wisconsin and Miss
Lulu Parmley, of Gresham were out
of town guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. William Koss on Christ
Mr. Chas. Peeler and Miss Planch
Charntey, htith of St., Helens, were 14
married at Seattle Tasf ? AUinday
.Vr. heeier is well arid-fuvorrtbl,
known in this section of the county,
where he has lived for many years.
Mrs. Heeler has lieen the eomposi-
1 tor in THK MIST odice for more
than a year and has many friends
and acquaintances in St. Helens.
The Mist extends congratulations.
The big tramp Japanese steamer
Kenkon Maru arrived at the St.
Helen Lumber Co's dock during
aach Yaar from
27 asO '
$ IS, 000
271 f) I
2. 12s. 13
Total in Fund
on which 4
par canl int.
Average Cost t year
For Sale and Want Ada
Ada ia Thaaa C Jumna Brt Raaulu
Farm For Sale.
Sixty acre, for ae; 20 acret j
cleared; good houae, two barna, ailo
ml other outbuildings; all asyj,
cleared; one cow ami team iroea
with place; about 3 milts irom aw
Helens. 28 miles from Poitland, oi )
good county road; $160 per arrH
$2,000, balance 6 per cent., term
to suit. For particulars write
Jt Km N. Sihckwood. Warren. Orel I
A good houw with three choir
lot in good location in St. HoU-lI
for Hale. Inquire for Wrva ""I
term at the Mint ollicd), f
Miss Helen L Andcrstf,
of the nlano: several vt art
ence; with Mr C. II. Johns, S
Watts T.d other friends at the
Charles Muckle home.
Miss Ruby Hammarstrom, one of
the St. Helens High School teach
ers, is in Astoria, spending the hol
idays with her parents. .
L. J. YanOrshoven, deputy county
surveyor, has gone to Los Angeles,
Cal.. where he will visit with his
home folks for a month.
Mrs. W. A. Harris left last
Thursday for Puilalo, N. Y. on a
business and pleasure trip. She
will be gone several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sutherland
prepared and served a fine Christ
mas dinner for Mr. Sutherland, Sr.,
of Portland, and other guests.
The school children of this city
sent a large box of good things to
eat to the Boys and Girls Aid So
ciety, of Fortland. early this week.
Geo. Hyde and wife took passage
on the Klamath this week for San
Pedro, where they will visit for
some time with friends and rela
tives. Mrs. 'J. V. Clark and daughter,
of lloulton, were in attendance at
the High School entertainment and
Christmas tree at the City Hall on
Mr. andIrs." W. J. Muckle held
a family reunion on Christmay day
at their home in thi city, all mem
birs of the immediate family being
present. It was an enjoyable event.
Judge T. A. McBride, chief jus
Lice of the Oregon supreme court,
visited at his farm near Deer Is
land last week and stophed over for
a day to visit with friends in St.
Is. aod Mrs. A. H. (Icorge enter
tained MU.-.es Lulu and Ada Oeorge
and Miss I'ieek, of Portland, on
Christmas day and returned
Baled Hay for Sale.
CLOVER HAY FOR SAl.K P.y
I. Norbeck & Co. nnd Chas. Kohl
strand. Warren, Oiegon. 1-5
Merry Christmas and a Happy
New Year to you 'all.
Mr. and Mrs. Flton Kelley went
to Portland Mondav.
Mrs. Ge. Wilson and son. Max,
made a shopping trip to St. Helens
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Hrockway
spent several days in Portland the
Mrs. Nina Mclntire and son, ,Kd
gar, spent Xmas with her brother
Harry Wilson and Henry Krom
rey left Monday for Portland and
returned on Wednesday.
Floyd White and Gladys Freden
berg took in the Heaver dance at
Houlton. Saturday night,?
Mr. and Mrs. J. Christensen and
Iena Hein are in Portland enjoying
the holidays with relatives arid
friends in that city. -
Mrs. Ha'ttie McXabb arrived on
Tuesdav from Prosser, Wash., and
wiil spend some time with her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Camp
bell. Mr. and Mrs. Eston Johnson, of
Portland, and Mr. and Mrs. George
Hyde, Jr., of Yankton, spent Christ,
mas at the home of I), li. Fowler.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Wittnebel and
sons. Vernon and Theron, left on
Wednesday morru'ng for Portland
where they will npend Xmas with
Mr. Baker, the agent for the
"vertical feed'' sewing machine,
made several calls in Trenholm
Tuesday. I have not learned
whether or not he succeeded in
to selling any machines.
While the above is based on pres- expending, for
valuation with good roa.ls maintenance, about S.'O per mile, i
It is eti-i
and materially increase in value iat.'.l that the maintenance by the I
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wnicn snouio reduce whs eosi lt. MilU. , r ,ian, surface. roads will ! In,.nl wj Kive urge returns in
average $1.20. not exceed 1200 per mile, or $17.- money, say nothing about the bene-
Also when these road beds are 00(1 each year, of which Columbia : (its that cannot be estimated, but is
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finished by the County with this "'-- '."" i v..
' Peducting this from the amount! Ihe distribution oi the
Thl t. Helens Improvement (1
Is in a position to help every pers.i
whs wants to buy. H or rvntl
lroj)erty. They are In touch with I
buyers and sellers. Tht-y have a '
reputation for fair nesling that en- (
sures good treatment. If you hsvt
anything to sell or want to buy any
thing it Is to vour iiitcrmt to con
A. T. Iaws. Msnsger,
St. Helen. Ore.
For Sule or Kent Two houses
Therefore this proposed invest-1 CH(I j(l Iniiuire of Muckle Hare-
betterment nd ! i"f "f J6 each year on every
f 10"0 valuation in the County, which
in twenty yeHrs will amount to,
with interest, more than $i'.00.0()0.
bond money the state, as we are
ire now spending leaves us a realized from the sule of the bonds
informed, will takeover the ';,', 1 1)ri)Iil (f f ,2,200, which is equal toto be applied on the various roads
mad, ie. Columbia river road hard lin linnujl i,.vy ,,f 2.35 on each : is as follows:
surface andmaintain. 1,000 valuation. ' 25,000 on the Pittsburg road;
These two roads are approxi-j And if this bond issiM cost us 15,000 on Clatskanie-Mist road;'
mately s5 miles in length and on $ 1. 20 we win, besides having p.nds. tiO.000 on the Nehalem road;
which at the present time wo are instead of tiails, making a ret sav-' 2t0. 000 on Columbia River road.
John Karth has been visiting in
There will be open Grange on
Saturday, January 3, j
A literary class has been started:
an 1 will meet every Friday evening
at the school house. An invitation,
to attend is extended to all. j
A "cake-walk" will be given on
Januaiy 3, 1911, in the Grange,
hall. Fverybody bring a cake or a;
Pie. A fee of five cents will be!
charged for every walk. T)oors "3
open at 7 o'clock p. m. Given by
the Yankton Grange.
The Yankton school gave a Christ
mas entertainment on Friday, Dec.
10. The principal of the schools
gave every child present a bag of
mixed nuts and candies. The other
teachers remembered the children!
by giving them pretty and appro
priate Christmas cards.
A New Year's Thought Thank
God for the man who is cheerful in
spite of life's troubles, 1 say.
Who sings of a bright tomorrow,
because of the clouds of today,
His lif- is a beautiful sermon,
and this is the lesson to me
Meet trials with smiles and they
Face cares with a song and they
'. 1 1. 1 SIC EL the iron 1 1 on
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1 1 on I ton ami has moved Jis
entire stock of (1 client I Jltr
ch a nt Use into new Intiltli nJ.
St oc I: consists of Dry (hunts,
Clothing, J loots ami Shoes,
Furnishings, Furniture, etc.
Chrismas Ttnjs tintl Fttncij
Prices as loir as the fairest,
( J otitis a s good a s the lust.
A call will he .ajmrt cialctl.
Come anil look orer oar new
store whether you Innj or not.
F. J, BASEEL, HoultoD, Oregon,
& HALL CO.'
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