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THE St. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. JUNE 25, 1920, REVENUE OFFICIALS AFTER TAX LAXITY The following statement Is Issued bv Collector of Internal' Revenue, Milton A. Miller: "In this, as in every other section of the country, there will be con ducted during the wext two months an extensive tax drive for the col lection of delinquent sales and other miscellaneous taxes, such as the so called luxury tax, the soft drink tax, the manufacturer's tax, the tax on jewelry and works of art. and the tax 01 toilet articles and proprietary medicines. Reports 01 laxity on the part of dealers aud other persons responsible for the return and collec tion of these taxes have reached the Bureau cf Internal Revenue fro.u many sources. "To remedy this condition, a large force of revenue officers will be put in the field, and it is expected to re sult in the collection of millions of dollars in delinquent taxes. "Information from the' Sales Tax Lull of the Bureau of Internal Rev enue is that many- dealers n soft drinks aud ice cream are either keep ing no record of the amount of .lax collections from such sales, cr t hat the record is insufficient or Incor rect. "Special attention will be directed to the collection of this tax as well as to the tax on toilet articles and proprieary medicines. Through the failure of retailers o collect In full the tax of 1 cent for each 25 cents or fraction "thereof the amount for wMch toilet articles and proprietary medicines are sold. It is estimated the government is losing several mil lion dollars annuaiy. The tax is collected by means of stamps ranging from 1 to 40 cents, which tho law provides shall be affixed by the deal er, and cancelled. "It is the intention to conduct as thorough and effective a campaign as possible in such a way as to bring to justice willful violators, and cause no embarrassment to merchants and business men who honestly aro en deavoring to comply with tho revenue laws." MM FOR SALE For gale cherries at 3 cents per pound on the tree. Call and see John C.abrielson, Warren. ' ?!)? X0SK21. 2S"29 For gulp Heavy team, weight 3S00 pounds: or will trade for cows. At Watervtew Tank on S.. 8 R. R. M. V. Wsbop. 28tf For galeLots 21 and 22. block 2 Columbia park; $275. cash. A . H Puss. $52 K. 7th St.. Portland, Ore. S-29 i The only wool waehouse system of any magnitude west of Chicago is lo cated la Oregon. Oregon cheese sells at a premium in, the eastern markets. As a coffee rousting center Port land is the second city on the coast. One-third of all .ne undeveloped waterpower in the United States is in the Columbia river basin. A quarter of a million dollars per annum is being spent in advertising dehydrated fruits and vegetables in this state. NOTICE TO CKKDITORS IN THE COUNTY COURT OK THE STATE OF OREGON, FOR CO LUMBIA COUNTY. Notice is her3by given that tie un dersigned has been appointed pdmin lsirator of the estate of Rachel Milne, deceased, by the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Columbia Coun ty, and has qualified. All persons having claims against said estate ara hereby notified to present the sanio, duly verified, as by law required to the undersigned, at the law office of J. W. Day, at St. Helens, Oregon, within six months from the date hereof. Dated and first published June 2b, 1920. ERNEST MILNE, Administrator. J. W. Day, Attorney. 28-3i XOTICK TO CKKDITORS IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON, FOR CO LUMBIA COUNTY. Notice is hereby givsa that the un dersigned has ueen uppainted admin ibiratrlx of the estate of David R. Cole, deceased, by the County Couri. of the State of Oregon, for Columbia County, and hai qualified. All per sons having claims against said es tate are hereby notified to p.'estnt the same, duly verified, as by law re quired, to the undersigned, at the law office of J. W. Day, ut St. Helens, Oregon, within six months from the drte hereof. Dated and first published June 25, 1H20. ADA COLE, Administratrix. J. W. Day, Attorney. 28-32 chenn Four deslrabla lots in East Side addition to Scap noose. Enquire of C. J. Lumbersou, Soappoose. Ore., or H. T. Bennew. Warren, Ore. For Sale Desirable house and lot has nice orchard of 14 true?: garden: berries. Will seel cheap for cash On Summer street, near Columbia park. Mrs. Oscar Swenson, St. Helens. 1 For Sale Launch, 21 ft. 8 in. in length, 4 ft. 6 in. beam, equipped witli 10 h.p. Vim engine. In flrnt class condition. See or write T. A Nygaard, St. Helens, Ore. 16-tf For Sule Two desirable residence lots on Nob Hill. Inquire Mrs. S. C. Morton. 19-tf MISCELLANEOUS KALEVA HOTEL Turkish, Tub. and Shower Baths every day and Russia Baths Saturdays. 25-2S FARMERS AdviHu mo when you have cattle, calves, hogs, sheep and goats to sell. I vlll .1 oir ,e aciors undor U. S. Government In spection at my packing I ous at Smlthshire, ScappoowM, t'r-gon. Write mo ui my omce. frank L. Smith, 228 Alder St., Portland, Ore. 2ill For Sale Kale plants. N. Sbor- zuit wood. Warren, Ore. For Sale I have a Pino silo In first-class condition, iz 10x28. Puinted on outside and tarred on In side. I will sell very cheap !f taken soon. J. M. Burkhead, Warren, Ore. 26-29. For Sale or Trade For dry cattle, one two-year-old registered Holstein bull, and one 2 4 horse power gas oline engine, as good us new for half price. J. Venderschuere, Warren. Oregon. 26tf For Sale or Rent Large furnish ed tent at Columbia County mill. Also Ref-ul White Wyandotte 6- and S-weeks-old chicks and laying hens. Inquire St; Helens Second Hand Store. 27-28' Mr. and Mrs. Mut Johnson of Port land, have taken over the manage ment of the Kaleva hotel, formerly conducted by Mr. and Mrs. P. Dahl The hotel will be conducted (is be fore and the patronage of all is kind ly solicited. 2 5-4 1 A ll I X ISTK.1TIII S.II.K IX HIE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON. FOR CO LUMBIA COUNTY Iii the mailer of tho estate of Guslavc &KU213, deceased. Notice Is hereby given that pur suant to an order of tho Coutuv Court ot the Stato of Oregon, loi Columbia county, mudo June 17, 1920. Ill file, lnnl.np r,t ll, n ... -, . .......v, v. nil, v-ci.iiu 111 Gustavo Skuilo, deceased, authoriz ing tlio Dale of ull the real properly of said estate at private sale, the un dersigned, the administratrix of said anno w:u, irom uiul utter Julv ly 1920, uoll at private sulo to tho hig'i est bidder for cash and subject to the widow's dower therein and I i confirmation by auld Court the fol lowing described rial property li longing to said estate, to-wlt: Beginning at tho Northeast, corner of the Southeast quarter of the Norlli ;west quarter of section 7, tow;tshi; 4 north of range 1 West of Wlllum'- ette Meridian, and runliig theme south nlciu tho center Hue of the section, 2H48 feet to tho Nort lionsl corner of Lot 6 In said section; lhen.-o west ahing the north lino 'f nnld ,Uit 6, a distance f 2 feel; thence north 104.8 feet, llieuio west f'0 feet; thence north 4S drives " I west 7.4 feet; thence iinrlh 2 4 Ml li feet to th'. north line of the South east quarter of Hie Northwest quae ler of said sect ion 7, and thence east along said north I'ne 625.5 feet the point cf beginning, eoatiilnl''" ail aovi of land, nil In Columbia County, Oregon. Terms of sale cash; le.t per n-iu to luToiiip'itiy inn, naiaiu'o on ran mut Ion of sale by slid Court. All bids directed to llertlm M. Sluu.le, at Wurren, rOego.i. ttiulit reserved to rej'el any and all bids. Dated Jmi" 17th. 1920 HKIiTIIA M. SKU.1E. Vdmlnistriitrlx of the es'".!o of Gustavo Slui.le. deceased. Firtt publication June Is. I92u last publication July 1. 1920. NOTICK OK K I. K. OK HKAI. I'ltOPKItTV. NO. 17091 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR TliK COUNTY OF MULTNOMAH. In 111" Matter of the Guardianship of Leonard W. Ilagstroiu, u minor. Notice Is hereby given that the un dersigned, Frederick HiiKiit roni, l.uarillnii of the estate and person ol Leonard W. lliiKHtrom. a minor, bv v lit no mid under the authority of a certain order mudo by tho Honorable Geo. Tmwell. Judge of the above en titled Court on t ho 11 day of June, 1920 in the above entitled guiirdlitn slilp, will sell by prlvuto sale the following described real property be lonf.lng to the said minor, to-wlt: im undivided two-thirds Interval la the South West (Janitor of Herll'iti Twenty-live (2 ft I TownHilp Five (& North lliiugn Five 5 Went In th renntv of Columbia, Oregon. I hn terms and cnm!ltloni of unlit sab me iiinh and snld property wSIl ho sold .Ik a kIioIo or In pans to n n. tiuii'hiiser Kids or offers may be made at any time after tin first pub laallou of 'this mte and befi ro ;he making of nr. Id sale. All bids must ! ill rltnu innl loft at Hie office of W. L. Cooner. 924 Chaillhm if Coiinnercii Hull. ling, I'ort In t.d, Oregon. Hub! real properly will be sold from and alter the 4th day of June, 1920 ih.to of first publication 4th day of June, 1920 Date of h-Ht piibtlcal bin lh I6lh dy of , . KltKI.KI i (luardlan of ,, ' " "STi of l.miu,.,.. it. r'- ul W. I.. COO.-V , 4 ci, :,:""';' i dlau, HldK HTATK OF )tf-;.(li,r III the Matter of u,, , CUrlsteuHo,,. mn'k , Not Ico Is bereby 'l-'-luned be" ."li'?'11 lollll.lri.l. , Pt"jj'. CbrUtensen. ai I '"''- hereby ,,?, ith Minn, dy vririJ.l,1 .lred, lo tl,n u,w.7j , riwl.lonee, ul Vernonl. f. 'i 4th. 1929. foilHiK llurrln S, o.. ... "oui, I Ml. Helens, Oregon. You want to give your Chicks a good start In life. Nothlim better than olir CHICK FEED for I his purpose Aid for all chickens large uiu' smal. BUTTER MILK MASH 5 gallon keg liii.kc'H 1 0 gallons ol butturuillk FRANK WILKINS I!Ai;(;ais :2) St. Helens Oregon For Sale Bees and Bee Supplies, n-a i,nn m huvs for sals a few col onies of bees in 8 or 10 frame hives as desired, with a choice of a section. full denth super: each all (or nearly all) frames with wire and full Bheets of iounuation $8 and $10 each, at Reuben, Ore. Walter E. Carrington. 25tt For Sale 3 U acres of clover hay, standing; will cut frgm 8 to 10 tons; almost ready to cut; will sell in field, buyer to harvest. Morris Bros., War ren. Phone 101F4. 26tf For Sale 30 acres good farm land; some cleared. Good 4-room house and other buildings. Will sell cheap if taken soon. Write or see O. Forsberg, Yankton, Ore. 20tf For Sale or Trade One work mure, with colt, weight about 1500 ' N. D. McCullum, Box 491 St Helens', i For Sale Cabbage plants at tlr green house back of the Columbia River Cannery. Mark Bolooco, Bon 135, Houlton, Ore. 24U For Sale A good milk cow; fresh; l half Jersey and half Holstein. Apply' P. H. Lund, Warren. 2tfj For Sale Threo fresh milch cowa ' and two coming fresh soot. W. H. ! Faxon, West St. Helens. 27t f , For Sale Kale plants, large and : healthy, $2 per thousand. Also have some good pasture for rent. Mornccl j & Cuzcolin, Warron, Oregon.- Phono i 105F2. 27tf i WANTED The Smaller Velie at a Lower Price Seldom ha. the automobile world witnessed a success so Im mediate and so universal us that of Velio Model 32-the Smaller elie Nix at a loner iri-e. Although Introduced recently-,,, mld-.eason- the demand Is tok nt its maximum output. Here Is at, unusual offering -bty e. comfort, Room and Power for every requirement The telle superiorities In a lighter, less expensive car IN US I I T,J.I-W. J CAM 11 LIGHT HIV, IH:j,-j. Wanted Clean cotton rags at tho Mist office. 20tf RIVERSIDE CONFECTIONERY We sell the delicious WEATHERLY Ice Cream. Ice t'reum Parlor, Confectionery, Cigars, Tobacco. ON THE STRAND PHOXE 28 8T. HELENS, OKKftoy I C!r nl fi rt A A . .4 r I J I m COLUMBIA DANCE RECORDS AT THE DRUGSTORES A. J. DEfllNG DRUGGIST ST. HELENS, OREGON InsistonQenuine Ford Parts "K I Wd own' 'Z'Cv ' Z'Z T'! ,,y "",,,v -Hll-order U,, ,! , lire imuli, i. ' 'ailK. ,lt , r imihkim, Hon ii. i, lire n.l m ..J.I. 'j i'i ni .iimir i iiiiioiiiit. ino I'ord iiiiru (liiln'i even ben.i, and Tll ., , r 'i"""iy I' in M l..i - or Kurd truck. K l" ""Nl -"rlK Uni..M. ;v,. '.! ' .7" """" "M liiMrill li In tli,. aiii , l(H ,,UrM, j,, yttuv .or, ,r ;::r',r- -vxi -, t MiNNiiiy. Huve your car mid iiIno your money. FIELDHOUSE MOTOR COMPANY Four 1918 Maxwell touring cars; or i .... . iu iiaxweil; one Huick roadsbt All cars thoroughly overhauled at absolutely ifimrnnfppl f n 1 Jn FIRm J t. KM HW 111 class condition. One 1918ReoSi ( passenger, good as new; prices i these cars are right and will be sof on terms. One earlv 1920 tourief and one late 1920 roadster, Mam new. Flynn k Corntliwi ST. HELENS, ORE. One HI.M k Kn-t of I ' -uiiNJi FORD PARTS.