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Helens Wishes EveryOneto (lomp, to the Celebration Here
on the Fourth i: OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY tUME XXXVIII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY. JUNE 20, 1919 NO. 27 4 iTHER ENTERPRISE COMING TO ST. HELENS $200,000 COMPANY .r Imn k Terminal C.mny In Organized ir the purpi.no of furnishing rull Lion fr "'' ft. Helen Lumber Lytnil alo rull connection for Industrie which are located ilUmelto slough between St. . nd the Columbia County ihtSt. Helen l"" Terminal inr hn been organized. The i ItucK 01 l'ie compuuj in nmu no ooo. Charlea It. McCortnlok M president. II. K. McCormlck. orellent ami treasurer and '1,4 Wheeler, manager. Itailroad to be HullC L company will build 1 mlleai uirn.il from the hi. ueiene nun Lnrx-t with the railroad of the k CreeK 1-ogging company. h (oanorin with the fl. I B. Thlc will give the Ht. Helena m company rull connection. I,i prwMcut time, the ou)put or bill li handled by water ahlp- tThe rotiiputiy own 1 H mile laible frontage on Wlltnmotte th ind nerenil hundred acrei of idjicent. I lie connecting rau tlll give both rail and water ktlM to enterpriiica which will bo ti on the water front. Urge IhN k Planned. i company will build a 2600 loadlnK tlix'k on the Hauvlea la ikl of the Hlnuith. Work baa al ly bctn Hurled on the flmt unit (duck, which la 500 feet long. wlnNM develop, additional 600 aalta will bo built. The output l mill of I li inland Lumber buy will ho bundled over thla zv-v- Who ecn powerless to surpreni the revolutionary force In Mexico. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HOLDS GOOD MEETING ixliniii.la IUnuIi r In Set June Twenty. flfili for (By J. A. BTOIU.A) Qulle number were present at the regular bUHineiiH aenHlon of the 8t. lulon Chamber of Commerce on Wodneaday night. In the absence of Prealdont 8. C. Morton, Charlea L. Wheeler presided. Conalderable buHlneiia wax dlHpoMed of, end much enthUNlaHiii dlsplnyod In the nroliiH i of rlenrliiff mi rn,l n.iiii.,i,i,.i i'..t... ud loaded on atoamera. The. ,P. tncl, for " ,.,., nnJ plc. mem comer, it waa agreed that ou li now under conatruction and bft'n operallnic within CO dnya. dock will be eiiulpped with nec- rj nichlnery to give dlapatch to am. A double railroad track (thoivck uud u traveling luco- i crane will be part of the dock Ipment. f llcCormkk company hr.a con-' M (or million of feet of railroad (or Eastern iliMlvery and a con- nble portion of llieio Ilea will at by iro'ill mllla In the Iwla r section end along the Columbia r which have nc loading fnclll- iMtieg will be rafted and tow- tri tnd itored on tbo dock foi itrot by ateatner. Suc'i fncltltlcs pro of rrorit tieneflt to thoao Fhlch have neither rr.it or deop t hcllltlea. a:d will placo thorn "ion to bid n coiitr-uta wblrh flora they lnvo been unhln to ills. Werk to Start Hoon. T. McCorinlrk atntea to the tint work W ill Hon n mnrt nn I tin ifng of tbo rilllrORil Hurvnvnp I. uiOnhoven h:m about Plniind It Ih ojpected that blda w avprtlB,M for. Th r.l nt nllroad will b ulumi tan nnn flMhe primary object la to handle MMnenta nf himlinr ll la nn.l 'ktt In the near future the 8. V y be axUml in run t mm lt not ft. Helena for I'ortland and wav t ki : 1,1,1 ,hlH be ,,on8- C ,.; Ihal paawnger atatlon will pant on ("oluiiiliin odlce. lana an inailo h the rnmnnn lllch am nore tn mn 1 1, -,,, 1 lrJ"""r ,ru"lerlty for Ht Und will , th0 moiin of Kly. i ra" farll'', to tbo ahlp 1 the cltv. v k ruvER & M'NEIL jECURE RIG CONTRACT h?.,.4,.N!,N'"1- "'0 co:itraclor gi.t Ul8 8, ,iloni flciitiiMi ul uregon ,Jtur"' e'i:n at their meet- kdi ;iuryr,,ln' Satiirdry In at. M thom a contract tn .), ilniMU. . -"i,iioi;w ior ine Morv . . "" pinne can lor a ""ry itriii-iurn ..... . V eon I p.., """ anu teM1eN,: n very CTSL" '""'""K contract, for k t; f ' " ,,l,n" " Oregon. In MuTZt a apoclalty j ""niiig contractor. 5lISLAND MAIsT VERY SUDDENLY rtT'.!lr,?n' the 8. wV,tn J 1"I1. died attd- Mr u. y "l0r'lK whllu nn kind !,H.!,i', '' "boui nine fWoyaniTi'' " efficient Wedneaday afternoon and evunlne June Sbth, all the membnra and their wlvea would go down to the bench and the men, armed with ahovela axua and pkknxea would put the i pluce In a preiwntnble condition, and the I. id leu would aerve aupper at al o'clock. i'rogreoa wna reported in connec tion with the Fourth of July cele bration, and the member were urged to apply for conceimlon privilege on thnt day, aa It la very much desir ed to avoid having outnldo conceit klonalrea utile necennary. A large Kourtli of July reception committee wna appointed to act on behalf of thr Chamber of Commerce. It la expected that conalderable rivalry between membership drive committee win reull from the plai, adopted of having a committee of ten take chnrpe of the drive for a period of thirty daye followed by a com mittee of the a?me alze for the suc ceed lug thirty d:ya. A. H. Tarbell, one of the prominent grange member of Warren, at the invitation of the chamber, made oine very lnteretlng ohiicrvatlona regard ing the relation exlatlng between the country and the city, and aug geated that committee bo appointed by the varlnim grnngea In the county and the rdmmber of commerce for the purpoHO of meeting together and dlHcuaHlng tho problem common to both, T. E. McCroakey, mnnnger of (he Snlem commercial club, wa Intro duced by L. U. Itutherford, chairman of tho evening. Mr. McCroakey ha bnd a wldo exiier'ence !n communlt organlxntlon In Montana, Washing ton r.nd In addition la a thorough going biiH'neRK man. lie entertainer1 and InatructPd the member preaen' and h'a remark were of a very prac tical nature, lie emphnslxed the net St. Helena had In Columbia Hench, nnd Htntod that thoummlH oi nnoplo from I'ortlund were nnxtoii' for a plcnlclng niHort. He dwelt e longth on the nbaoluto need of cn operation between tho country anil the cltv, and Improaaed the member with the neeeaalty of providing r ennimunllv ' hoitRA for the farmer Til' bad been arranged for lu Silem he Raid, and wna n bond between thr city find the country. Mrs. C.lon It. Motnker rendered a vocal solo and waa heartily encored BIG OIL STATION . j JUDGE THOMAS M'BRIDE TO BE BUILT HERE IS ORATOR FOR FOURTH BY STANDARD OIL CO.IG PROGRAMARRANGEd! 'i v'.oin, mauiin ciiiiraiiu or fourth. I'roDiUea to be llig Kvent In Clty'a History i KMin to Ih Ituilt I 1 7gf2c ...o niunuaru uti company pur-! Tho program outlined by the! poaea to build an oil dlKtributlng Tourlh of July committee Insure! station In St. Helens, the cost of St. Helena tf the bigjest celebration! which will be n the neighborhood of: In the history of the city. L. J. Van' $20,000 The company ha bought ' Orshoven has received assurance' !namk2l43of4Ht;roadd8.;.oanS''rm Haw.ey that the! will build three big tanks .! I these i dc'lar,m;nt wlU j lola, which are located near tbei war vessels hero to participate In and welcome lgn. and cloe to the 8 P ' altl ln the celebration, air. VanOr- H. II. II. track. An official of the ,,l0Ven thinks that It will be possible' siancjnrd oil company Informed the nav8 tne U- 8. destroyer, Jose Ho is rgcla rais.03 a little trouble Mist that us soon as the council 'tlzal here 00 the Fourth. The ves- on the Mexican border. passed nn ordinance which would 1 el ha only been recently conmleted ' permit tne construction and opera tion of the plant, work would begin. Ordinance Introduced At the meeting of tho council on Monday night, an ordinance waa in troduced which granta to the stand. GtstRAx villa Si? wenTTrUandpai'V -EBARE RE-ELECTED neiena at b o clock yesterday after- ; onuVJJ-, UlKLtiUK i-ress reports auto thai the noon. vesati will be In I'ortlund for several )n Account of I'ast Services Director days and last night Mr. VanOrshoven J Lt Asked to 8ere Again n.ii nn v . 1 v,unsr;Buiau itawiey asking erect o peraTe Pand mZZZ" 0v h" be sent to St. Helen!' Those who cm, to the city hflU ware'house or iuV&.Xl "Vi"9- A faTorab" "plr la Monday night expecting e. sensation. ..1.. T .. i'iiena utiic, ii.i.-nnaij uunaings on the, tract of land a described above. The un- St. werA diBaDDOlnted. ChairnifMi I.pRar tfuiiKo .iicurtue tomJng .called the meeting to order and cltv ftnlK.ru n .,.... , 1 . '"""ci , nuu ib vuairuian 01 sir.iea its purpose. mis. rrana rrantin. such lm!..in 'I? , th.9 ! committee, has receiv- George, schcol clerk read a report ord?nanc wa rt,H .h J f?.'., th" fd a ,elter from ,uda T"om" Mc- which g.ve In detail, the condition end t?me. nd J Hi, "V bride 8aylng that ne " be P chool district and other na.aL !i ? ni ? for'"al d" "e Fourth of July oration, valued Information, wunrll 8 !'e Ju8tlce McBr)le a former resident! Mr. LcBare called for nominations ti, i,iMu. c it .. .1 ' of st- 1,e,,;ns and many will come to for school director. There waa a mo- th.t St 1 IJilll Z J .m,1a1S, tl,e clty 10 near Dlm gPeak- mentary pause r.nd then G. W. Perry n. Jlt n ,T,?. ,i ,e.,rt Strlb".t The Judge is well and favorably nominated H. E. LaBaro. The fn5?b! nrt known In Columbia county, aa he was nomination waa seconded by W. A. LL IL't ? . Ih,8l",k"d,ul1 for number of years, a resident of Ketel. who stated that th Houlton rompany. 1 ne location 01 such a plant the cou ntV and tha taft that hA a-ill nf W'aat Qr IfAlun hntn,n. nf .A I...a lu . ... , . - 7 ' "in v " - - ' " Ht.uuo w. VIIV 1 "' r- ne the orator of the day, will tanco and will furnish employment doubtedly, draw hundred to to a number of men. ltrin (.ratification I express?.! that SKrtM Progran, GokL be company h.ia chosen St. Helens The program arranger for races n preference to other sites, and Bd sporta is very good. The land member of the St. Helens Chamber d water race, have heen cn.tri.r. of ( ommerco are elated that their. ed and handsome prize offered for unanimously chosen as school clerk . ..... ... ...... s yiaut "ere, each contest. It is proposed to have to succeed herself. successful. j ,i,e Taeeg on Columbia street and the " F. H. Taylor brought to the at- water sports in front of the city tention of the meeting the necessity dock. of providing transportation for the scholars who live some distance from the school. On motion of C. C. Cas satt, the school directors were expected that numler of con-J authorized to provide transportation 10 ana iroui me scnoois lor scnoiars, who live more than two miles distant from the school. Evidently the taxpayers In the dis trict were satisfied with the conduct of school affairs, for without making school were satisfied to have Mi. LeBare continue in office. No furthei nominations were made end Mr. Le Bare was elected to succeed himself. On account of the faithful service she has rendered to the school dis trict, Mrs. Frank George wa. RED CROSS WIT.I. ENTERTAIN SOLDIERS th,a TZLV 'w.an nouuee the full program, prizes, etc. The local Ued Cross chapter will I, is expected that nunilier of" eon five a deception and bnnquet at thet taunts will be on hand when . the .kntlng rink, Saturday evening, at 8 ,Ur program starta. o'clock, to the discharged soldiers nd aallora of the St. Helena district. WELL KNOWN COUTLE Tho invltutlon to the reception Is ex JOINED IN MARRIAGE 'ended to all the people of St. Hel- I'lis. hut the Invitation to the ban quel is limited to the soldier and John Philip, former councilman of allor boys and their friends, and the City 0f St. Helens, secretary of be boy are urged to Invite their the Eastern Star and well known friends. ! resident of this city, waa married to T!ie St. Helens Red Cross has all; Mr. Mae Disney Tuesday afternooa. ilotig been very loyal to the luterest of our boys who were in the service, tnd those who arc able to accept thi 'nvltatlon will be reminded that they still have a place In tho hearts of the members of the society. The occasion promises to be a de I'ghtful social affair due to the fact 'hat the ladles who have It In charge know so well how to entertain. The wedding occurred at the Baker residence ln arren and Her. A. S. Hisey officiated. Only the immediate relatives of the bride were present. After receiving congratulations and partaking of a wedding supper, the couple left for Seaside for a short wedding trip. They will return to St. SALVATION ARMY DRIVE BEGINS NEXT MONDAY SUPPORT IS CERTAIN Columbia County Exiierted to KaUe Quota in One Day The drive, If It might be called a drive, for 1250.000 for the mainten ance and carrying on of the work of the Salvation Army in Oregon, be gins Monday. Columbia county's part of this amount i& only $3000. The county la divided Into two district. The Rainier district and the St. Hel ena district. The former ha a quota of $1000 and the latter a quota of $2000. The B. P. O. E. lodge of Oregon have volunteered to "carry on" the work that the Salvation Annj lassies "carried on" in and near the trenches. Dr. C. E. Wade Is chairman of the St. Helens district and Oswald Demlng, secretary. The Salvation Army Elks ln this vicinity will begin work Monday morning at 10 o'clock, and they are expected to carry the front line trenches by 12, noon. Dr. Wade has appointed the following captain who will lead the Salvation charge ln the districts mentioned: Scappooae Dr. 8. B. Hoakin and Roy Copeland, with Lieutenant Colonel George McClure in full charge of operations. Gobhs E. I. Ballagh and Fred Morgus. Columbia City L. Bosworth. Warren Oswald Demlng and A. C. Tucker. 1 Yankton Sam Welst. ' St. Helena Territory Divided. In order to facilitate the work, the St. Helen territory has been divided. Mrs. Thomas Isbister and Mrs. Carl Chrlstensen will look after that territory from the Congregational church south on Columbia and Strand streets. Mrs. S. C. Morton and Mrs. Roy Gill will take charge of the territory south of Willamette streets on Casenau, Oak and Wintei streets and Mrs. John Prlngle and Mrs. Robert Dixon will take care of the Columbia Park territory north lot Willamette street and Including Hemlock street. Railroad Addition and all territory as far as the Italian Importing Company's store will be looked after by Mrs. Ed Boyce and Mrs. E. C. Stanwood, and south of Willamette street, from Winter street to California street, Mrs. L. Decker and Mrs. L. Rosasco and Mrs. C. D. White will look after the work further auggestions. the meeting", on and Dr. Wade will see that the motion, adjourned ployes of the St. Helens Lumber com. pany have an opportunity to subscribe. The employes of the St. Helen Governor Ties Cupid's Knot for Greatest Hero comuanv for niH tin 1,0,1 .... 1 " lor m... . .iiM nut m'cn mil, immtba, but hi hl kb ton,1" ,10t "poet Th. ,.r?mllll wa riu. Ir. ,-"i"fl(l wna . Gf rrngen ,ln! ,,eon Informed r"iei in M.nniitm until tor, 1,18 01l can be hoard MUST BE CLEANED FROM HOUSE ROOF? F"ro Chief Charles McCnuloy Is sending out notices to house owner who have allowed moss to rcctimu luto on tho roofs, no.lfylng thorn to remove the moss cr other combusti ble material on tho roof. Ten dr-.v I given in which to comply with the notlca. There Is a city ordinance which requires tbo owners of build IngB to keep tho roof free from moss nnd Inramueh an th"s lessens the flrr r'sk Chief McCnuloy will see to 11 thnt. the ordlnnnco Ib enforced. I The dry season Is hero, Mr. Mc Cnuloy say, and the danger of fire more than at other seasons of he ver.r. nnd he nslt tbo co-oporatlon cf the property owners In doltiB Inolr pr.rt of this noceaBf.ry work. Currying 958.000 foot of lumber rnd n pood pnssonger 1st, the steam er Multnomah will sail tonight for 8nn Francisco. On July, 1, the two-cent postage will go Into effect, a reduction of one cent on lottr. tind postal cardi Shipbuilding company wlll have the Wool m ontop Uiioanll lins nnAlrnl . T w v "' - "-" matter presented to them by Carl notice that original purchasers of : chrlstensen. J. H. Wellington and three-cent stamped envelope and H. E. Cornthwaite and H. R Hud-wo-cent postal cards can exchange Bon m ,ook after that terrltory in them of r other denomination, provid- the vicinity of the Columbia County ed they are presented before August miu. . 1M After the letter date the enve-i: n. r n tl-v,i. . . lipes will be redeemed only r.t theLi.M -nd 'f.8,,!!? iai Helens in a few days and will make, postage value and the postal cards the salvation Army work should he their residence hero. at three-fourths their value. supported. He fd of ttSr haJS vork on the battlefields of Europe and how the doughboys looked and waited for the Salvation Army lassies and lads. Several hundred people heard Dr. Wheeler and enjoyed his story of personal experiences on the battlefields ln Belgium and France. The members of the Elk Lodge who reside in St. Helens have charge of the drive ln this section of the county and they feel assured there will be a liberal response to the cause. The Elks and captains of the several districts will see you Mon day and ln exchange for your coin, will give you a receipt showing that you appreciate the Salvat'on Army work and will help them "carry on." INTERESTED IN MEXICAN STRIFE Two members of the Mist force are much Interested ln the news which comes from El Paso and Juares as to the doing of the Mexi can rebels under the leadership of Villa, because of their familiarity with the surroundings there and along the border line. C. D. Morgan. superintendent of the Mist's shop, was employed at the Juarez race track when it opened in 1909, and has been over a greater part of the border country on both sides of the Rio Grande. J. B. Wilkerson, anotner member of the Mist's force was lu Juarez several years ago and remain ed in Mexico for several months. He Is quite familiar with the territory in which the Villa forces and the American soldier have been fight ing, i- . "-aa-a JVMrMa The greatest hero ol tne war I home wltn hi. maw 114 went away frtm Pail Mall. Tenn.. a con- ration on YorV.breast.n8ame here," said General, Pershing, placing America, hero medal Aver York's heart. York .ingle-handed in the Argonne knied 26 German., .iienced a .core of machine gun nest, and captured 112 Buna including major. Since hi. return he ha. refused .cere, of stage offer, totaling a fortune. It', maw, Oracle and the home folk, he wants, say. Elder York, falling to understand why be Is considered hero. And, of course, that' Ute.&nal sump of a real Yank hero, it -V " " TEACHERS' EXAMTNA-' .'. -.TIQNS WEDNESDAY County School Superintendent J. W. Alle i inforns the Mist thnt the regular 'examination of api.licants for state certificates will bcs'.a Wed nesday, June 25th., and continue un til Saturday, June 28th. Ho exports .that many teachers fran tho several sections of the county will be here tc take the examip.itlon. The subjects itnd dntes are givon in a notice of Mr. Allen's published els9where ln this Issue of the Mist.