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IS RECOMMENDED iiTi.a tiiuniifnrtiiritra tt Aitttnif El,ui recommend In their Instruction MtkH that the crankcase be drained bul thoroughly cleaned at regular CtiTvulH, The reason for tbli la to hold unnecessary wear on inn en. Hun willed would be cauxed by the (in ( In ikmI circulation or contamlnat I ,.," stutes Our P. Pleldhouae of lit1 r ii'iu niiw mni IlKKiilnr cleaning of the automobile h-iinKcUHil in win urni biiu vsainai ia L, imt (ir engine t rfortnance and kniK r engine life. The wear and bmr or engine operation causes ....w upiiliinlntlfitl nr riiHn rinitt (url)oti, fine metal particle and oth- Itnpnrltles In crankcase oil. Thla contaminated oil circulate lirniiKli the engine. Impair ta per- Lrnmtmn nnd ultimately Inada tn pa. lil depreciation and repair. 'I' 1 1 (i oil. like th blood of the body, ilrculuie through the engine ano lurries away all dust and dirt at the mine limn that It lubricate!, but Un Ikn the blood of the body, It ha no :iy of rliiunluR ItHclf, a the blood lues through tho lung. For thl reason It I neoessary to drain out H( old oil at regular Interval and In flush out the crnnkcaaa to avolt? B.hihIih of dimt and dirt which might tit her wise contaminate the froib oil Himn a It I put In the craukcaie. Clounlng the crajcae la a Job erully disliked; therefore fre- t u r. f tr I ir I nH Tn nuiiit Itia naad r regular cleaning of the crankcan, jMoitern Crankcase C'lnanlng Service linn been established at first clam gii rages and other dealer on the I'a tr trio Const. Then garage and deal its im;) a now scientific flushing LiKent that clean out old oil, dirt. Inrlt mill other I rn purl tie and don Il.n fri.uh nil llujkfl hml charge In aitriltlm to me cot of the neccHHary gal low of flushing oil ntid tho fresh lubricating oil pourel Into tlm crankcase after It ha bnou rlnatied. (iarage nnd deilera glv in k thlK service -ire designated by e liliie and orange sign bearing the words Modern Cr.inkcaie ('loaning Service. . Cermnn irmr einftnillf nrM tnr I. a present fiscal year were 4,1 89. 000, ii no mark. T-TTaaaaaal. F .. . . NOTICE TO t'HKDITOIW Estate of Hi Inn I i i . ceased. nnaon, de- NOTICE 1 hereby gWn that th Johnson deceased fsomotlmes known' .f ". -Oregon. i.uiiijr, aim n a gualifiud am per.on havlna- ri.i.. ...,'! estate are hereby uf.,,, to pre ent the aanie dulv vi-iri..,i ........ law renulrnd c. n... 7 at the court )un.o u ii . ' Oregon, within alx month from ii,.. date hereof. Data and rimt i...i.iii...j . j0jj K-'"iutju marcn za, Martin White, Admlnlatrator. 15-5 a. NOTI OK )K HNAIi HKTTI.KMKNT in tile Cnntilir f .. ii... n. ui iiib oiaie or Oregon for Columbia County. In the mallnr f i ..... m i .... ' unime oi Maria Wlr(.n, deceaafld. Nonce I hereby given that the undor.lgned a admlnUtratrlx of the hMtate of Maria Wlraen, doceuned, ha filed her flni nn,.... i.. county court of Columbia county tula of Oregon, and that Saturday the 23rd day of April, 1921. at tho hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon of ald dapr and the court room of aald oourt hua hnn n 1......1 1.. .. -fririi,i; . ald court a the time and place for "Kjeciion inereto and tho niHiiiiinwii innreor. , Amanda Hill, AdmlnlHtratrlx. W. A. llarrla. Attorney. .J."".."' FlrHt 'ullcatlon. March "lh. 1921. 15.Bt . NtmCK T CltKDITOItH Estate of James 0. Koiinedy de ceand. NOTICE In hereby given that the underHlirned hu tmn u..,...i......i .i mlnUirator of the estate of Jame . nunneny, aoceased, by the Coun ty Court of the Himn - - nn ( olumbla County, and has qualified. vimiii naring claim against aald estate are hernbv m.im,.i present the aamn rintv varirirf t... law required to the undersigned, at nis oirice in Ht. Helens, Oregon, within alx month from the date hereof. Dated and first puhliahed March 26, 1921. E. E. Quick, Administrator. J. W. Day, Attorney. THE. ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY MARCH 25, 1921 PACE THREE NOTICK TO X.NTJUCTOIl8 Bt. Helen, Oregon, Mar. 19, 1921. SEALED PROPOSALS, addrewgod to the County Cinirf tt (v.intni.iu County, Oregon, at St. Helen. Ore- Bon, ana endorsed "Proposal for I)o Iiir the Following Work In Columbia County, to-wlt: Construction of tiie Western Sec tion of the Louis Johnson Hoad In Itoad District No. 7 from Htn fl-nn in Sta. 36-00. In sections 28 ' 25 nnd 38. Township 7 No-th, Hange 4 West of W. M. ii"porll tiir t it nltinn ami specifications prepared by'the Koad master, will be received by said County Court until 2:00 o'clock P. M.. Anrll fith. 1B2I and not lho. after, and at that time will he publi- :iy oimnea ann read. All proposals must be made upon blank form tn hn nhlnlnnrl fmm tha lioadiniiBtor, at his office In St. Hot- im, wniKim. mum give prices pro posed, both In wrltlnif and In fl and must be signed bv the hldder with his address. Plans and Specifications are on file In the office of the County Clerk and with the Road Supervisor at Clutskanin. Oregon. Each bidder shall dennsit with bid. a certified check for an amount I of at least five (5) per cent, of his i bid. payable to the County Clerk, ! Which Shall hn forfnltnil In 11. a Pnim. ty In case the award Is made to him, : nnd he shall neglect, fall or refuse, for a uerlod of flvn riiiva of lor mw.k award Is made, to enter Uito a con- j tract anil rile the required bond. I I tin rli'lit Is reserved tn rnlnet anv and all bids. ! M A HTIV WHITE, County Judge. .ICDSOV WEED. Commissioner. W. J. KCU.EHTON. CnmmlRMlnnnr I T. H. MILLS, Hoadmaster. ' J. W. HUNT. Countv Clerk IK-!! : . ! Oil sprays are no protection against pple ?nl ni- rab Llme-snl. phur, 1 to 30 should be usod, or with very lender skinned pears, self boil ed llme-ulphur at the ratio of 8-8-60. U-urn From Past Error Mistakes of the past can never bt. corrected. Errors of the future only Can b avoided. Prnm Ihn rnjul should learn how to live so that our lives can ne rree from needless re grets. VMAi KOK WARKA.NTH I have money on band to pay all warrants luHimit hv J n Mn rn lumbla Co. t o and Including Dec. 14, mm. interest stops March 26, 1921. Mrs. P. A. George, Clerk S. D. No. 2 Product of r.end sawmills for three months past totalled $284,344. The 1921 primary special and gen eral elections will cost 9500.UOO. Salem One dehydration plant calls for 100 tons string beans. Birds Eye Matches Limit Three Five cents Peanut Buttei Ten cents Pound Twentieth Century Grocery t. Catch the the Overflow Market of MARKETS are overflowing in some lines. Some of the finest of merchandise is begging for buyers at way below cost of production prices. You know such conditions cannot endure. Thrifty people are watching opportunities Antici pating needs, knowing the tide will turn. There will be some who will buy at the lowesi prices; they are not the wisest ones Wise buyers keep good "supplies when markets are low, and do not wait in the hopes of catching the lowest. At the turning point, stocks are scarce and often it is impossible to obtain the needs then. 20TH CENTU RY STORES WERE NEVER IN BETTER SHAPE TO AID THE CAREFUL P1IVPD TT I A XT T-Nt I r j a a 1 1 my ii u vv , Saturday Special Market Overflow Prices Otter Hlirlmp, per can A & I, or Otter Hoi Id Vmek Tomatoes, large t can t lOu 6 cam for '. .'. hoc rrefeniMl Stuck Tomato oui, 3 can 8o Uolden It4i(l or KUher Onta In large package .27c Jelly or Jam, large tumbler, 2 for. Golden (Jate Coffee, .1 pound .484) Oolden Wrat Coffee 1 lb 1 42fl Walnut meat shelled, ready for use, lb. ...SAo Jewel Hhortenldir) 2 lb 88a Ibi uric 8 Ibi 91.20 Crlsco. 1 lh " 2W lli lb '. aoo 3 lb ,.Ma lb ".. .$1.15 8 lb , !. raK'nuts, per package I5 Kingston! UIohh Hlurth, 2 for. , 1'1 Monte reaches, 2 28o 2 cans for o,-i0 I'ort of Portland Coffee. Evorj' ounco guaran teed highest quality, per lb a4o 3 pounds .111.00 (Jilt Kdj(o Shoe Polish l!Oo rroctor A Gamble Wlilta Hoiiji, '1 for tOe P G Naptha, 2 bars. ....... J5c WllaW BMBBMBBBBilllllMBBlBBBBBBBBBB(illlllllllHBlalBBBBHBBBBiaiHB White Mountain, Crown or Vim flour sack $i?.85 CANE SUGAR Fruit or Berry Wo have 160 sarka distributed to our different stores to aell at 98.0S Hack No more. Present market 1m 90.8ft wholesale. Congn-HS la almost Hiiro to place 00 cent duty at least on this product. Have you got your tanning sugar? Twentieth Century Grocery There really is no better place to trade than at a 20TH CENTURY GROCERY STORE. The St. Helens store is CONVENIENTLY LOCATED in the Wellington Doe Your Car Need Repairing? FDR up to the minute Auto Repairing, come to our shop We also carry a full line of Tires, Tubes, Au to Accessories, etc. Battery Recharging and Repairing. HARDIN'S GARAGE Houlton : Oregon i FOB IXXiGKRS, The Celebrated Bergmann Shoes Awarded GOLD MEDAL P. P. I. E. Ban Francisco, 191 The Strongest and Nearest Water proof Shoe Made CK118ER8, M1LLME.V AND ALL WORKERS THEO. BERGMANN SHOE MFO. CO. Ml Thurauui Street Fortfaatf gK FOR THE BBHtGMANN WATERPnoOP1 SHOE OIL i U !, 5 W A !!!! HI!'"1 1 5 Prompt delivery, reasonable prices. I also handle an excellent refrigerator which is moderately priced. GEORGE W. GARDINER THK ICK MAX St. Helens, Or-gon. Phone 80 "iinDV All lines now ready for your inspection ' " E. M. HELON f PI i I Makes Its Demands Which None of Us Can Resist It is the desire for new, fresh, bright, light apparel the soul clamoring for free dom in the renewing of life everywhere. And this is one way we have of expressing it. Wholesale buying of spring togs is a great deal more in . spiring to us than at. any . other season of the year. We feel that we have out done all previous efforts in appealing selections this year. - The last trace of things military has been lost in ev ery line of all new apparei. And it is a pleasing relief, as satisfied smiles of our many customers testify. So come in and be inspired in your spring dress-up. We only ask the privilege of showing you the new and pleasing models, be it SHIRTS SUITS HATS SHOES I0-'- Building on the Strand.