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CT limn... . ' iims MIST. FRIDAY, APRIL 11. 1919 q We Sam Sets a Good Example i;.'. "''"'' .;t Vi - ;..;:-r: rAft :5 T:3 ( VIEW OF U. 8. CAPITOL DURINQ PAINTING. ,m iliimn nf Ilia t'nlted Hlylpt ('ui)l(ol at Wanlilnvfnn la kont In ..n.lliUn Iit tmhitlhtf It fivtrv tuw vmira Vitr tlila tvl. ......-. Irsillly rmplnyi'd for thr'3 niuiilh' time. Out Ore thousand gallons of nr riijul inl fr uno ront. Tlio ft-iimm fur ulutlng (lis I'splto! duiue si r linrniiis is tu iiivtviii uiBiiiii-Mraiiuu ui iiiriuuic surmce. THE COSMETIC OF THE INANIMATE. the saver of surfaces. 1 the world-old preserver. lh knew me, for he pitched the ark within and without. Pharaohs sought me as an adornment for their tombs mummies endure because 1 conserve. i the woad of the ancient Britons: their blue battle hue. suse of me the treasures of the Sistine Chapel defy efface- the keeper of the antique, b the servant of progress. mbus found me bedecking the savages who watched him mdinand banner on the shores of New Spain ; and the sails of his caravels resisted the elements of the West gh my aid. pioneers westward wending their way daubed the prairie iners with my protection. i the royal robes of civilization's monarchs, Steel and Lum- taut wings of the airplane gleam under my protective r. sullen drcadnaught and the homing transport plow the mpcrvious to corrosion because of me. kterproofed your agents of destruction, the bullet and the pi I drew the mercy of my concealing camouflage over nospitals. ton on the homes, and on the barns, and on the cement res. ire life is, I am alive. pre deuth and decay set in my absence hastens them. my mission is to preserve. kr of Surface, I am PAINT! V-''i ir 'I'V .. . . ill I I XtWtrw m ,. 11 COUNT?" F0K C0L- lDif.m 5?aiier 0.,.u'e E"tats ot wn- io 7. """ ueceisea. I whS'i ,',er0b "ren thM ChrIe Whenler im beeu duly appointed admlnlHtrRtor of tl. e.tite of wil- nm E M.yvlllo, decea.ed, by the hi,.,. ' ,t0,?rt of Co""nbla County, mats of Oregon, nd lim full qualified fur .aid tru.t. All por.ou. Having clalmB agaln.t said e.Ute are hereby notified and required to pre iit the mine, duly verified and with proper voucher, to the admlnlntra tor at his office In St. Helens. Ore Kon, within six months from the date of this notice. 21slll?iBt' 1MeU 0reon. March 19r"1 P''catlon. March 21st, ('UAJILE8 I j. WHEELEIt, AdmlnlHlrator cf the Eutate of Wil liam E. Mayvllle, Deceuied. W. A. Harris, Attorney for Adminis trator, Ht. Helens, Oregon. H-lS-6t. notice ok smkhii kh halk in the cincurr coukt of" the STATE OK OltEQON. FOU THE COUNTY OF" COLUMBIA. I-aura H. Northup, l'lalutlif, vs. James llenjamln Taul. lane Mnrrll noe Jane I'aul and Oeorg j Morrell, j her hushand, Fredorlolc li. Paul and Nora I'uul, his wife, l'rudence i i.. ingifs and Clinton S. Intcles, her hUHhand, Charles William l'aiil, Ellauthntli Lane, nee EUzabelh Taul, and William Lane, hor hus band, Delia Dennett, nee Delia I'aul and Kenneth Dennett, hoi husband and Lydla U. Northup, Defendants. Dy virtue ot an execution, decree and order ot sale iHsued out of the above entitled court In the above entitled cause, to me directed and dated the 22nd day of March, 1919, upon a decree made and entered In said court and cause on the ltth day of October, 1918, In favor of the said plaintiff, Iiura II. Northup and said defendant, Lydla U. Northup, and against the sr.ld defendants. James Dnnjamln I'aul, Jane Morrell, (ieorge Morrell, Frederick D. Paul, Nora Paul, Prudence L. Ingles, Clin ton 8. Ingles and Charles William Paul, for the sums ot $8.32 and $8.32 and $12. 33 with interest at eight per cent (8 par cent) per mi nu in from July 22nd, 1918, and $29.62 with Interest at six per cent ( per cent) per annum from July 22ud. 1918 and $4.20 and $42.(2 with Interest thereon at eight per cent (8 per cent) per annum from July 22nd, 1918 and $29.82 with In terest at six per cent per annum ' from July 22nd, 1918, and $4.20; and $HB 70 with interest at eight peri rent (8 per cent) per annum from; July 22, 1918 and $29.62 with In-! teres! nt 6 per cent per annum from 1 July 22, 1918 and $18.33 and the ; costs ot and upon this writ com manding me to make sale of the tol-j lowing uoscribed real property, to wn : Tim South halt of the Northeast Quarter (SVi ot NE4) of the Southeast Quarter (SEU) and the North halt of the Northeast Quar ter IN', 4 of NE4) of the Southeast Quarter (8E'); and East half !;',) of the Southeast Quarter (SR'i) ot the Southeast Quarter (SEU); and the West half (Wft) ot the Southwest Quarter (SW4) of the Southovit Quarter (SEU) and the East halt (Ett) of the SouthwcBt Quarter (SW(i) of the Soutlmast Quarter (SEU). all in Section 26, In Township 6 North, Hanee 5 West of the Willamette Meridian, In Columbia County, Ore.. con; Now, Therefore, by virtue of said elocution, decree and order of sale and In compliance with the com mands ot said writ, I will, on the 2 day of April, 1919, at 10 o'clock A. M , at the front door or the l ouuty Court House In St. Helens. Columbia County, Oregon, sell at public auc-! Hon, subject to redemption, to tne highest hlddor tor cash lu hand, all the right, title and Interest which the above named defendants naa in the above entitled property on the 8th duy of March, 1909, the date of the first mortgage foreclosed In said decree, or since that date had In and to tho above described property or any part thereof, to Batljfy the said execution, order and decree, Interest, costs and accruing costs. Datfd this 22nd day of March. A. D., 1919. E. C. 8TANWOOD, Sheriff of Columbia County, Oregon. First iBsue. March 28. 1919. Last Issue, April 25, 1919. Something the FARMER NEEDS It is the most useful of all garden or farm tools. By using it, you can dispense with horse labor. It does everything necessary in preparing seed beds and cultivating the garden or truck patch. It not only plows the ground, but lias a disc, harrow and cultivator at tachment. You can drill three rows o( seeds at one time, such as onions, beets and carrots and other small seeds, also beans and corn. Let us explain, in person, the wonderful qualities ot this machine. We give a free demonstration on every Saturday. If you arc not able to attend the demonstration,'" .write for free booklet. L. R0SASC0 Si. Helens and Vicinity St. Helens Flour Sold by the following reliable dealers of ST. HELENS. CENTRAL GROCERY ITALIAN IMPORTING CO. A. T. KIBLAN LARSEN & CO ROY & FREDERICKSON UNION STORE J. L. WILLIAMS & SONS ALSO ItifltJfiBiiLtt lfL...- Mil I HI O. A H. ERICKSON. Warren: ENQLISH, Deer Island; C H. BRIOGS t CO.. Yankton; GEO. F. MOECK, Rainier; U FERRIS SIMON, Scappoose. Made at Home" for Home People ASK FOR ST. HELENS FLOUR St. Helens Flour Mill Company At Last- A Perfect Starter for FORD CARS OPERATED FROM THE DRIVER'S SEAT IT STARTS THE ENGINE INSTANTLY The Improved New Era Starter spins the motor. No more cranking no more trouble. A child can operate it. The price is reasonable the service great. We have taken the agency for Columbia County for this starter which every Ford owner should have. For information T a demonstration call on or write to Mattos & Muckle ST. HELENS, OREGON. Mist Wants Ada tcr Results. ' ssasiBiBssBssM MMai THE QUINCY MANSION, QUINCY, MASS., BUILT IN 1681 mrlcu'i classic niniiii, ..int.hnnrit hniMini DraBerved for over fuoilrcU Tears hv nnfni a iniiii nainiinv It has secret panels. In ,!lllCB!,8 al hiding places, suld to have been used by smugglers. Z """ of treut stutcsiuen sod of tba famous belle, Uorotny gumiy. Have Your House Painted AVo rto flrst-rls Interior or Outside PAINTINO and llMHIHNtJ WORK. Also DKOOUATING Intimates gladly furnished. J. A. LARGE I'AINTKR & DKCOIIATOK St. Melons, Oregon . vH THE SURFACE. ? ,Ufe na ou ; Dl" "'ration and decay NtHl:ti0M ,,,,. UBUnly t iurfac, 0( ny mi. orstlon or rot of substances, "for., ,houl(, begB w( "it th. UOt Cnrr "' THE PAINTER'S BEST FRIEND Of all Ihe many liquid sub stances which can bt used for the binding of point or dry sub stances which when dissolved In wnlor are used as vehicles for pigments non fulfills necesssry conditions so well as Unseed oil, the king of the tlxed oil, and, what la of enormous Importance, does It aa cheaply. It la the pnlnter"a best friend because II Mortgage Loans On Improved Farms at tho lowest ratea and oq long time. Repay able In such Installmenta as the borrower may wish. Liberal prepay ment terms arranged. No commissions charged. Loans closed promptly. Mortgages purchased. WM. McMASTER 701 Corbett Uldg- Bargains In Used Cars There are many who wish to purchase an automobile but do not feel justified in paying the price of a new car. To those we can offer Big Bargains in Guaranteed Used Cars We have a $5,000 stock of used cars. Each of them has been thorough ly overhauled and is in perfect running condition. The prices range from $350 to $1200 and there is more than a dollar's value in each dollar we ask for these cars. If you want a car, either new or second-hand, it will pay YOU to see US. Watch Your Battery The battery is a very important part of your car. You should watch it and have it recharged when it is necessary. You can fool yourself, but you cannot fool your battery. We do battery repairing and recharging. A Big Stock of Tires, Tubes, Accessories We have the largest and most complete stock of tires, tubes and auto accessories of any gargae in the county. We have expert mechanics and will do your repair work satisfactorily arid at a reasonable price. WHEN IN TROUBLE CALL ON Independent Auto Co. JOS. L. COPELAND, Manager PHONE 71 ST. HELENS, OREGON IZztl inuUea his worn siiusraviur. Portland, Oregon rCrlb9 tot T1o Mist NOW. I Mist Want Ads fay.