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THE ST. HELENS MIST
V O L U M I* X L I
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O i i l l n i U l l i i — H lo r t 's
i gm fr»- i r cuu'l chuck I.ho ih r i n i
I hey may cru ü for nev
prior (o U n im (aun Limo
Ugl «I k a (luit Khul »«mnoii approach
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.11 • «»lily a le a ij.i . h*f
I bafor*.* ili® i hriuimah duy dawun
(tit) luit»* I tholr c ro a k in g and ho
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L j ih« opt i in la l an«i p*•» miuihi
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ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1921
[ma« of tli* year ilio pe..blmtMi for
i in i • :ii ami I ■ • • «
rwi buu.au helUg
•• ■» 1 *» no the i » • ih L ’
íji«)iih». I h»» o. rly »hopper* iiav«
liiroaiiy alariod to c arry out the or
fé«r»o( Old rtautu. T h e local Kiore*
|ir« tille«! with auitaiilu K»ft* chicli
recoin meli (loti ami obliging
Beni* ni » aio doing every I UI li K poa
lubie t i aid the »»hopper
tan) buying hub airuudy in • .1 |»*l
*«»»t hut dsni> of th<- »lor«
i*i pi 11 v < * r i » ln I htKl-(li') rum
n*rtf »Hi thoMU who ulway»
w nul run htf dolio loilu)
dr i ht» tomorrow
*• id if a of obiuluiiiK .in In
I t«Ulg«‘Ul l'l«M o f tli* t lirisun.is shop
)U>(. Tile Misi repiirter lutorview.-d
u»ny o f ili" Si. llu ieh s muri nani;
mil tin* 1 w liut tliey i.ay
I kid Jon ss, m a n a g e r ut A usi In »
li e -, tu osa is goud
«liti last yuar, wo finii il - retalivel*
I bolter, rut islileung Ilio lower wngos
. viu liavo uo slck cniiilng
fbat ever for th è aniount of Curisi
[ a • trading in evldoncu »0 tur VS *
»rs well .al lai ivd
U Iticeli : Iteuioniliuriug m a l ila
tUtAcii* must n e l no cuun.utl petoii
tkr) i-av orokon tuo ugg slu-il.
Uve o « a ll u n lli a l a r - lir i.lu ia .
-.in c o m p u r * this ye.ii
So tur, mie.
Uve I" ten thoiMi ot last hoi.day
I His may bu because lie
)«qii" ar • t l l O p p ll . g ni rile i
ti>, we mow »I Is hu t In is, 111.i
Hais,a ..I, it w* «iru pr»¿luti od lur il
» ho l »,tr*»uiiu.
lien i y L aiatm :
trail« ut t ho ferm er y itilUJ i '
lr« ua r !>od iké lu»i y ar. p» » lmp
btiler m »«»iu«* rouped a. ÜU Jhob.» H
MQcrul. U io wovor, iii.ij llUv 1)0 t.O fcoo*
t i he temi «no y of tho till)".
»ixe. llUl i lu»» 1 Uiti»u lin
1 HL*; Holl w lii DO UH ;:» i U1 K U
V\ »lite. T il») ( 1irliitntu
v * vi l ) ütvur. itile r»K, Il l 11 O w
lüuk. s« munii' tho lu hi a eP»
»her hui » tu »> liten il lia.
Dur mu ' «*H llU V«
fkkl'il Ip ' uo Ucea ul y. <
kci.'un. il .»ml w« iiisve Htai >iti hoX
tax candy > tor ( tirintimi» ir»iliO, L*X
it'i'id patron ¡»K»*.
1 w olii lei li ( eu tur?
Crei . 1
Tuo holidu)* Uv de h*t H ui
, r à d»
• ay a
Il ^(»0(1, »»lui i ' -
(or uny exc op: ton.
> nrnt year In ht Helen h
\UOW ( ImMtlli.lH coiuiitioi».
first -land 1. " u t , unywi i)’# we ,»*o •»»
prepar'd for t h e rush
H S Mason:
It la a little early
)et fur ttu* c h r ls t m A s rudi, but He
trad*- na-, ,,*"-n Improving doling 'i l
W ith wages as they al
*« would " b o In lu c k " in have i
traile com para!)!* to 19 3 U Mo may
do It, tun ugh.
Von i . ray:
l shall lie satisfied if
my sale.-, are oBe-hivlf what tin y wer"
As nearly as 1 can
tell Hu* iinslnesH for December c
•I iiiui n i bird less th in last yeai
Conditions s d d i as Ibis w ere nxp‘ cl
cd naturally, and
,| ,i r r e n ) , nr.ly In o ffe im g
tkelr Indoli-y stock.
Tr.iii llowe, St Halens Hardware
There won't be a grand rue
»M B IT S
FOR WEEK LARGE
l.ocul |j uh ! fiumi m*aii wmvil .unit tifi
volleyball victory Monili y utglit when I
'liny disposed ,,r the Kalnl.tr r.-pre
IsenUtlvo-. In four HtraiKhl gullies ' iirg**-« l l.ii r .- il for \l Inn« I< ami I*,»-
I Member* ,,f tin, Hi. Helens team
r lf lr 4 *> hm I INirts ami C.in»ltfii-
1 » iili'li li ' s not beoti (lofi*ati>(l UK k au,i
nitiDli S»*nl lo F o n i g l i Fort»
I'“ " 1- lirH'
*' 1* Rutherford, J (i
Thompson, J L Storia, " K l l " Con
Shipment» T o tal 7,IHai.OOtl l i v l .
ivi-ra. I.i-Hier Wellington
, ' ■ 1 •»■ Tin. pluyiTM will jonrtiuy ti-
80 far uc lumber shipments an*
Mo lay night for .1 returi Iconocmed this «1 k h 1 b a n an s c
I tiro una along thu waterfront. Nlm,
Voi li - v Inin aniline, mm Ima Hprnuil "tenmnrs uro Imokod to loud IMI * I
" " " " g tin
'I iuh I iii - i , h k i■■ 1 h • of Si
currying approximately 6,860,-
ll«l"iin with the ri-Hiilt that a nutn I '»OO f«***< of lutnhor.
»•* r of thi-m havn hi-i-n practicing li, | I bo Daisy Matthews unit Daisy
jilt*» high set,mil gym 11 slum Hiding T u l l i a n i »III d e a r with 1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
and flooring Is lining placed In the feet each destined for soul horn C al
T h e J a p s team e r Tal-
I 'M in m >) pl.-iy-ii-d In order to care for ifornia ports
;'h<" di innnilH o' town and high school kl Maru a f t e r taking on 3 5 0 , 0 0 0 fc>
I t»n *h»-l liall und volleyball
players of Ja p square:; sailed Thursday night
T h e Vrpr:-s Maru
I I • IIV prin t Ice will he held In hot h for the Orient.
j * he
heil and gymnasium but all Is scheduled to sail Monday night
I match games will ha played In the and w ill'h avo as pi rl c argo 7 6 0 ,0 0 0
j feet of squares.
T h e Mobile c it y , a Shipping Hoard
ve-ie l will leave S aturday a f t e r h av
ing taken 6 6 0 . 0 0 0 feet of lum ber fot
T O B E L I F T E D delivery at Now l u r k
T h e coasting
etoamer Wapama sailed Wednesday
I r ivi-|er-, will learn v lth Intereal night for San I’cdro c arryin g .a car
" f the announc 1 -i 1 mt made recent!) , go o f 0 6 6 . 0 0 0 feet of lum ber and a
h> ¡4 A llurnsldo, city fre ght anil l u m b e r of passengers.
T h e McCor-
P a-iiger a -nt, thut word has just im lck steam e rs Celllo and W illam ette
I" ' n reci-lvi-d In Astoria by J J jure scheduled to sail tonight for San
Hu dal-, lin-al 111 il general agent of Francisco and San Diego respective-
ill'- Spid in-
Cortland A- Seattle ] ly carryin g lum ber and pcssengers
Itallwa) ci.tiipiiny, Ihnt afier January and the s team er Ernest II Meyers
fir 1 the w ar tax of s per cent which afte r taking on 6 0 0 , OUU feet of l u m
In . Iiei-n for the past several years ber, will r e t away tomorrow n i g h ’
charged 011 Cullman fare, and parlor t ound for San Cedro.
car ticket- will he a thing of tin-
Several o ilier v- ssels are expect
Notification has been received ed to arriv e next week.
h r" Dial tin> t x will be removed ai
that time. This does not effect (he LAST MINUTE
»c.rcliurgu on Cullinun t i c k e t *
With tin- war tax. the parlor car
tickets n i trains between this city
Ml ss Marie W alker, secretary to
and Cortland as now selling it Si Hch ol Superintendent
T in y will he 76 ccnt.-i hog In- was r. Portla nd visitor Wednesday
11 lug January first
Rev F a t h e r Clancy was taken to
a Cortland ho-.plial Thursday eve-
He is s u f 'e r ng v/It H a mild
attack of diphtheria.
‘ r m s i M , t o H11II1I I t o o i u A l o n g
I t.M-i-nil y
in llle ,
A cq u ired
lo lliq m rt
W aterfron t— •
M i u u i e e C u n i-
N e xt W e e k .
A question of city revenue appar
ently occupied the minds of the coun-
1 Ilmen in their Monday si.-saiun. Due
move which will result In a regular
income of fifteen dollars each month
was approved, w hile a bigger propo
sition designed as a sevluty-fiv e dol
lar project, will be considered again
T h e discussion was aroused when
the dock commission reported. Coun
li. Flyn n sponsored a
movement to have the waterfront
south of the city dock cleaned ou:
and to have a stiff boom put In 011
a line with S heldon's dock.
clared the estim ated revenue from
such a boom would total aeventy-flv*.
dollars a month.
Sin ce the mayor
and others disagreed with some of
tho features, the whole m a tte r was
referred to the finance com m ittee
As the result of a motion by Coun
cilman McDonald, the city market
building was ordered moved to the
dock for use as a warehouse. The
s team er Fleetwood will he charged
at Die rate of fifteen dollars monthly
for dockage and wharfage.
A building permit was issued to
W illiam K o rkan , for a 12 by 24 foot
house, and w arrants were ordered
drawn to pay hills amounting to
$ 2 3 2 .9 6 .
T h e entire council was
present at the session and several
m atters corning under the head of
routine business was disposed of be
fore ad journment.
Helens han kers were hosts
last night to tho visiting members
of the Columbia County Hankers' as
A. L Fu lle r, of Rainier,
president of the association, was the
to astm aster at the banquet served in
the Congregational church and sev
eral Colum bia county and outside
speakers addressed the gathering. R
W. S chm eer. vice-president of the
United S tates National hank of P o r t
land, Harry Albert, s ta te bank e x a m
iner. F. B. HUhruok. president of
¡he Colum bia County F a r m Bureau
lid Wist, Scappoose (maker, and
Sherm an Miles, president of the Co
lumbia County hunk ull appeared o:i
Followin g l short business session
the hunquellcrs adjourned to the
Blue Rose dancing hall of the Mi
Cormlck building, where they spen’
a pleasant evening dancing and play
Member banks, in ro ta
tion, e n to rtai* the county association
once a month.
LODGE TO ENTERTAIN
THE PYTHIAN SISTERS
Avon Lodge No. G2, K nigh ts of
Pythias will entertain the Pythian
S iste rs at a card party to be held In
the lodge room on the evening of
P A. Dixon, Hugh
Adams and T. W. White compose the
com m ittee appointed by the lodge to
se-y that every one has an enjo yable
T h e S isters have e n t e r
tained the lodge members a t several
banquets and parties during the past
year and the members of Avon
Lodge thought tt was about time
that they have the Pythian Sisters
as their guests. An e nte rtaining pro
gram has been arranged and re f r e s h
ments will be served.
All K nights
and their friends are cordially In
vited to be present, the com mittee
form s T h e Mist.
E. H. FLAGG GIVES
HISTORYJ 1 S T ”
Fo r m e r Owner and Killtor of St. Hel
ens Mist W rites Interesting His
tory o f Mu- Pu|ier and of P io neer
Days in Colum bia County.
E d ito r's Note.
W ith tills Issue o f T h e Mist
It In-gins its fo rty -firs t year.
T h e history of Tin- Mist is In-
terwoven with the history of
the Pioneers of Columhia
eounty and the growth of the
eounty. Believing t h a t no one
eould give a lietter retrospec-
tive view o f both, we askeil
K. H. I lagg, form er owner
and editor of T h e Mist, to
write a short history of T h e
Mist. Mr. F la g g is now edi-
to r and publisher o f the W ar-
rentou News, u mighty fine
little |*aper fo r the town the
size o f Warren ton.
P io neers
of Colom bia county will en-
Joy Mr. F la g g 's a rticle for it
will bring to their recoUec-
lion the times of forty years
Mr. l-lagg w rites:
• • • • • • * • • • •
3. C. Morton, Editor,
St. Helens Mist:
In response to your request for
the early history of T h e Mist:
Tho first paper published in Co
lumhia county was started by E noch
G. Adams, a veteran of the civil war
and was published at his home ou
i-’rogmore, a promontory at the ju n c
tion of F r gm ore slough and W il
lam ette slough.
M ajo r Adams, as
he was called, was wounded in the
civil war and this inju ry caused him
to be e rratic and irresponsible in
Chanters will put on their Big Min
uis statem ents. He was assisted In
strel Show nt the Liberty theatre.
his work by his wife, a very e stim
able woman who had the esteem of
Igtwrence Davies, who Is on th" Thurs day and Friday nights, J a n
the e n tire community.
news s ta ff of the Cortland T eleg ram .
T his production will be no ordi Steann-rs A merica and Fleetwood cam - so abusive in his language that
Ciinlnwl \«inr<l<*,t t<> Si. Hclens Shlp spenf thè week end wlth bis parente.
ub most of us
the Muckle B ro th e rs , Charles and
: Mr. and Mra. William Davies.
Compete fo r Fre ig h t and P a s s e n Ja m e s , decided to finance a new pa
I *i|ii|M»ii) to r ll u l l d m g T w o la tr g e
consider .-uch hut will really ha a
ger Busin ess on Nt. Helen »-P ort per and secured the services of a
! la r g e * — 4 Veil m o t C a l l s f o r K a r l)
J. W. Thompson, manager of the stupenduiius presentation o f old 'line
man named Glendye who was the
St. Helens L um ber company and o t h minstrelsy.
land llu n— K ates are ¡slashed.
D e l i v e r ) — A d d ii i" m il F o r r e A d ii**!.
S ix !" n of the best com edians arid
first editor and m anager of T h e Mist.
er McCoriui * k tm erests, transacted
.»loiH s in our city present the big
He was succeeded by a Mr. Ayres,
business 111 P ortland, Thursday.
first part and the costumes and th"
T h e re is a lively rate war now on who in turn
• • •
th e St, Helens siili building coni- i
puny h a s bona awarded a Contraili]
Mr. and Mrs C. T. Snook of Co stage settings are to he the mos' between the Bleamers A m erica and Charles Meserve, one of the cleanest,
Fleetwood and the rates for haul best and must unselfish men I ever
by m e Northw "Stern Klectric com lumbia City accompanied by Opal elabo rate ever seen hero.
T h e olio or the vaude/ille part of ing milk havo been slashed to rock met. Mr. Meserve came to P ortland
puny tor the roust ruction of two Meter motored to Vern onia Sunday
i.ami s The plans and specifieuliom. and spent the day with relatives. tho show, consists of five big acts bottom prices, and a reduction made while 1 was at w-ork as a compositor
all for arges 126 feel long. 32 feel Vernonia 1 h booming. Mr. Snook said. put on by local people and each act in passenger rates. B oth steam ers on the Oregonian and upon the rec-
are on the St. Helens-Portland run ommendat.on of J a m e s McCowan.
i .-aiu nd 7 loot l-i depth,
Kach and every mem ber of the via the Columbia river route.
foreman of that paper and I under
Ir 1 1 into which lln- company lias e i t
T h e St. Helens T r a n s f e r company
F o r alm ost a year the America stand is still an employe of that
ler d, sp ifl‘ a tin.i delivery of the chrng ed ownership this w"ek. tie show is working night and day un
(list b a r g e must t o III da in thirl)' business passing from Hurry Sibley der the direction of Manager Nau- has been the only boat on the run paper, secured my services as fo re
days and the second one .n savi-nly- to W illiam 1lurns and brother. Mr. m in to make thU th s one big show T h e principal business Is hauling man and general assistan t and to
milk from the several dairies on gether we worked for the upbuild
' a i l Burns has been a resident of Deer of the season.
Followin g editions of T h e Mis- Sauvie3 Island to Portland and th " ing of Colum bia county and th e ex
n of th • dilpbu Idlng com- Island for several y ja r s and Is well
will give the complete line-up: in the freight to St Helens merchants. It tension of the business and influ
, any muted to Th • Mist that In ord r known in this city.
m e an tim e it would t e well for St is stated that there Is ju st about ence of the paper.
io deliver tho barges within th e .tim e
Charles Meserve afterw ard s m a r
I i-ctfu-d It would I"- ne*cc--ary to put
T h e B lu e Rose d; nco hull In the Helenltes to e n te r in their d ate book aufficlent business to make the run
mi a force of 20 to 25 men and have new McCormick building will be open e ith e r Thursday', J a n u a r y 12th or profitable for one boat, so it seems ried Louise, daughter of \V. H. Con
il,, ,, «tari v.o.k inimedir.lely.
lo the public tomorrow evening, Friday, J a n u a r y 13th as the days tor Hat the e ntry of the Fleetwood on yers, of Clatskauie, and about one
the run makeB it a case of the sur year ago he was laid to rest by her
'The lumber order has been placed when a public dance will ho given their a ttend ance at the show.
Reserved seats will be placed on vtval of the boat owner with th- side In the C latskanie cemetery.
with the St Melina Lum ber cor pauy Mrs Nellie H McCormick, owner of
I was the next proprietor of T h e
sale about one week before the pro longest purse for th e re is not the
mid as boon as Hi t:i iteriul Is un the building plans to have dances
Mist and of all the nearly forty years
Wilson's or- duction so as to give those desiring •.olume of business to ju stify the op
scmhlisl m ’T. ni Il e bi.rsos will he every Saturd ay night
I havo spent as a country newspa
eration of two boats.
It their choic e of seats.
choHira will furnish tho music.
T h e Fleetwood tried the W i ll a m per man in Oregon, I look hack up
T h e dance hull Is 6 0 x 1 2 0 feet and
e tte slough route for several week on those as the happiest. 1 was m ar
i ios" io $ 1 5 0 ,000. 000 in interest In- s 7 ,0 0 0 aquure feet of space. The THE L. L. L. L.
com petition with the l a u n c h P i ried there to E lla Morrison and my
payable by tie* United Staten floor Is of hardwood and iiihi I o espec
WILL ENTERTAIN In
lot, but finding that run un pro fit oldest son. George, now editor of the
l i . ury on December l a *»I» alt is ially for dancing.
able went on the Columbia river run l ’rineville C entral Oregonian, was
f rsl Liberty load bonds and
T h e local org anization of t h "
born there in the house now occupied
in competition with tho America.
Victory noies ami ou cerium issue*
A nother huslner.s tra n s fe r look Loyal Legion of Lum bermen and
L aw rence Holman, principal own by Mr. and Mrs. E m erso n E Quick.
,,f l e n i f í c a l e s of Indebtedness and place In St. Helens t h 's v.-oek when Loggers has perfected plans for an
In m aterial m atters, St. Helens
ire sury notos
Of Hits total, about J \V Akin purchased the stock and e n tertainm en t and Christm as tree on er of th e America and Captain Dolph
$ 4 - ,o o 0 ,0 oO was disnurse-d at 111" good will of 1> J. Switzer, who has Saturd ay evening. December 17th. Hooghklrk say that the A merica Is
on the run to stay.
" T h e boat has those days, but I venture to assert
,»l IT "TV" Bank of Ni-w York been so long a fixture on the Strand which will be held In the city ball
nrv.id the people of Sauvies Island th a t in the quality of tlio citizenship
T h e 4-L com m ittee in ch arg e of
to holders of these securities
! red Mr Sw itzer conducted a building
and lit. Helens for tho past twenty- it bus uo: advanced nor ever will it.
T he re v as a Masonic lodge, and
five voars and it will contin ue to
i art hunt hr nch of Hie Federal Re- |H „ pioneer resideht and business j program for the occasion In the way serve t h e m ." Mr. Holman stated.
its membership included such men as
, r i " Bank, announced thut the.lo cal mi>n ,,f th is city
Mr Ak'n. who a-*- ,,f musical numbers, recitations unit
Captain Chet T urner of the Fleet- George 'd McBride, aU erw ards S e c
ilisbut.."iii'-ut "ii account of interest mimed the management of the bust- speaking. Adra ssion will he by tlck- wood is equally positive that his boat retary of s t a t e for Cregon and later
ini-n i ■ on government obligations no„ , this week, has been a real dent e t only,
will remain on the run and is g rati United S tates s e n a to r from Oregon.
In addition to contributions mnde fied at the amount of business which Thomas A McBride, then d istrict
a m o u n ted lo close lo $IOU.UOO
j of S(. Helens for many yor.rs and Is'
by members, the organization has
well and favorably known,
attorney and now Suprem e J u d g e ou
the boat is taking cure of.
appropriated $60 from the treasury
h i« b< "ii In tho
It is said that the Fleetwood re the bench ot’ Oregon's highest triu-
S oil " f one finally for well over !
S h e rm an Miles, representative to which will be used to provide a duced the rate for carry ing milk tinal.
One of the lodge members,
til -Hands In Urlxton. the legislature from Colum bia cou n Merry C h ristm as for many needy from 25c to 2 0c per can. and the Mr. Powell (futhei o f W. H. Poweli,
ty plans to leave Sunday for Sal iu children as well as others not so America then reduced the rate to 1 0 ’ the Portland itoruey > never to my
Added to this donations have per can.
_____________ ______________— i to attend the special session of the needy
i-o i -,, but people 11 •
Tho passenger rates from knowledge, mused a meeting of tho
buying so m * holiday article - air ail'
Denting of the
Plaza legislature called * by Govern or Ol- b e c t m a d e of candy and oranges, and Portland to Island points was out lodge, walking over B u n k e r Hill
•nd business sh.mill continue steady ... '
, |„. Christmas busiic ss cott
Milos stale d that he Is In ac- taken all In all the 4 - L ’s have pro to 36c by the Fleetwood and the road from P ittsb urg , leading his
U sai Clirlsinias t h e r e was talk ,,f Is not good
Hew can it he w-hen | cord with the governor's Idea of tin.- v id 'd right handsomely for tho little America then cut the fa re to 25c. horse, with a hex of eggs packed on
T h e usu il brilliantly lighted T h e r a te on f re ig h t destined to St. each slue, ~ud driving back the next
th" mills cinsi lg, which result «’d li wages ar*« ( ut lo half,
Men getting Bing the se-tslon to only tho passage folks.
* feeling o f u n ce rtain ly
,(r six dollars a day in other ,>f the 1925 exposition measure and Ch ristm as tree will he In evidence as Helens has not been reduced though day.
i i » gi-iting three if they 11 he m easure regulatin g truck tra ffic well as S anta Claus in his snow-cov
*l»eni ibis w inter and I look fot
You may tell the bretheren that
this might happen If the r a te war
or i d g a r m e n ts
huriiie..' to Increase. It Is si IB •* U* ,v ‘ lucky ...... ................. lave a j o b .
-on the hlghweys. __________
desplto their nu mbers, 1 hardly be
II« early for th e rush
Wo have no faun
~ . _ _
Both boats leave St. Helens at the lieve they a re in* to the standard of
________ In SCARE
this locality and Is gradually gr.ln-
' Mn-klo" McD onald, of The Hoys , fiud wl'h . hristnms buying so fa. DIPHTHERIA
same time, 7 o'clock In the morning enthusiasm set by those old time de
T t M D F P C f l M T U m ¡InIt ,n memborshlp. It is an organi- and It is said that there Is a lively votees o f the S quare and CompaBB.
« " I I St Helens nev er had what call
, * r l y ............* how big a vol-
U N D EK GUN 1
t , t l o n that stands in high esteem
h« celled a U hrlstm aa rush, so *• lin„. Of trade we'll actually have for
T h e Mist while I conducted it was
epidemic which atid can ror.dlly be classed us an o r race up riv e r.
ar*- not e xp e ctin g It this year
A some buy
the only paper In Columbia, Cowlitx
f* r ns the o rd in a ry buying at Mi'*
and W a h k ia k u m counties, and tho
this glad EASTERN STAR
. m e , u r g e holiday de
now w*ll under control, accord Americanism.
•a a van Is con cern ed. It probably t h " ...............
St. Helens attorneys
some Yuletlde season It Is doing good
ELECTS OFFICERS those of P ortland the legal business
•ou t he much different In our line r*and, t'himgh. and are well satisfied | Ing to Dr
from form er years
of thu counties.
T h e epidemic has at
r.o tlm " tie folks In general and those in real
ta r iiii Williams, of t J f I L William-.
Mrs M U ra l, o f Milaily's Shop
To wander into the field of per
At t h e ir meeting Saturd ay evening
ti.-ed of It In part cular.
Hu ilness Is fine.
Although * b ro
Our business, you know.
Mizpah Chapter O E S. elected the sonal rem iniscences would take too
«HV I s hound to affect It somewhat
following o ffice rs to serve for the en much of your space th e re fo re I will
one that is nn greatly affecte-l chools or public e ntertainm en ts
suing ye ar:
Olive Sten, W. M ; K. get back to my more Immediate sub
P a tro r.; E f f le Brown, ject.
MEETS GREEK s C. ec re Conyers.
Mr. Meserve repurchased T h e Mist
ta ry ; S s r a h M Quick, t r e a s u r
F a ilu re to oust lleorgo Klonls. SI. e r ; Sadie Coates, con du ctress; Eliza from me and I moved to other fields,
returning to St. Helens In 1904, and
s re stau ran t proprietor, from beth P erry, associa te conductress
building Join tly occupied by the A fter the meeting of the S ta r the bought out a man named Oabbert,
ant and P e e p l e s Market re- Masons surprised <?> the members who had allowed the paper and the
when J o h n C'otis filed suit of the S t a r hv having prepared a plant to sink to the lowest level In Its
You may know- Just what
forcib le entry and d e tain e r" nice supper which was served In tli" history.
that means when I tell you t h a t I
this week In J u s t i c e Hazett’s banquet hall of the lodge
found the form s on the bed o f the
C'otis likewise sought dam
old hand press so rusted that tt was
•I II T h r l c h e r -
Onf 1 , 1 " "
o re new cases wlll de ages alleged due as t i n result of MARKET IS IN
hard m atte r to pry them off.
i r e.
a^‘ PhrVaramH'b u si- 1 and th a t no m
rsndv s a l" s bave not yet start ed I S
non-payment of rent. Although Co<-
thiX i t is not self praise to say that
,"t*lti. ,s good ns List yenr* llnw «'•*n ae-is will b" good
T h e health offic er, however, ad-
j raised the paper from Its fallen
t* th o re i l ) » 1 ............
T h e K IB "
».Ming I vises caution and a promptness on Jury decided, In face o f adverse tes
T h e Strand Market o f Morton *4 e sta te and nv’ de tt again a fa c to r tn
sturld where cnndltlons m ah" it
Donava said. ' * " *r' ,r tors anti l i t h e part of all In reporting any in is Duros; his partn er, that the plain-1 Wilson is now located In Its new the growth o / . ^ e ^ m m u n l t y B y lts
I hmi I s Duro« nf t h " l ’i-ople's M ir
ni'-'! I" n''r
™‘ i!« , d h ation of the disease
in the wrong
A t t o r n e y s ! quarters In the McCormick build- influence, aided m aterially by tho
: Chrlsfm iis traile does ti"' »'
i,., haven't had time to make a tton In avoiding any con tact with cas t i f f
Glen M etsker and G O S m ith e n-H ng
T h e owners have had a crew of people of the I n n k t o n G range and
'*ct griM-erlc« ns tnuch a"
r eon! pa riniti, but P 'n S
d l . r a H .n ^ a r e that
» . . . es and promptly reporting any pos-
'Ihnes. hnt we thlnk 'h e lm!"l " thIs holiday s - is o n * »«•' "
vpnr Ktt,|e cases will go a long ways In gaged In som e lively word com bats work men busy Installing u p -to -d a te , o th e r granges of the county the
T h e case w i l l ! fixtu re s In the new location
T h e CountT F a i r Board * “ * ^ * J ' ' ’* ’* ? !
**,n« wlM he tese t b r n 'h o « " of l"st e m p a r e favorably with
, t .unpln|t out the prevalence of th-l during the afternoon
T h 'O g s wlll
We know that wages a
inll, disease. Co-operation In this m a tte r hu b rou ght up iigain In circu it court presence of an ice machine, ice m a n - (and I wns honored hy h i l mad<
In the m eantim e K lon ls 1« prepar ! ufacturln g plant, two reft igerators. C o l u m b ia county s represenfaHve In
Ih" sprtng. I thlnk
with the health auth o rities may save
, 0 m o v e ' tils* re s ta u ra n t f u t u r e * a smoke room and other modern fix- charge of its exhibits .at the Lewis
K R a m se y :
a life, and It wlll at least add much
!o 6 t h e T t o r e raom ju st v a ca tid hv lu re s will combine to m ak e It as and Clark fair which did, on n small
•««Iti. « thla f ’hrlstnius wlll not *■
! toward stamping out tho so-called
* ' rumi ns tn«t, un acronwt
epidemic with which the city has the E lite Varie ty store In the Muck com plete as possible in every re- ----------- (Continued on pagi» 3 )
s p e d , Mr. WtUon believes.
" » n
Rn III t thlngs '* are lookln»
s, .. nr"
iqq ,h M
) f a r * h a s 'bee'ti' very''satIsfac I been afflic ted.
‘ U block.
Bratti good, considerin g « » 00,1
] ia t f.
RIVER BOATS IN
LIVELY RATE WAR