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WHO'S WHO IN ST. HELENS
Continued from Pago I
huHe stand high, in all the rela
ti"n of life.
iVific Coast HoNpital Aaocl
ation Thin nplondiil Institution i
in charge of I)r. W. S. ArmHtrong,
n-rinU-nilint and urgeon in
rhargp, and U being fitted up with
all modern appliances and require
rnentH to handle the moat critical
cuws from maternity to accidentu,
ami in fact to render to this com
munity all the service any honpital
usuully affords any community. An
irmtitution of this kind is a neces
sity, and there is probably no abler
surgeon in the state thun Dr. Arm-
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Lu. W. S. AuMSrKiiNU, Sup't
anil Surgeon irCharge
strong He has practiced in the
profession since lSb'J. He is a
graduute of the Gross Medical Col
lego, Denver. Colorado. Heprac
ticed fourteen years in Chicago, as
lociHtt'd theie with Dr. Murphy, ore
jf that city's ablest surgeons and
hospital physicians. He practiced
nine years in Portland, prior to
otning here last June. He has
taken post graduate work in Kurope
at Leip.sig and Vienna, lie is a
very important acquisition to St.
Helens and vicinity and merits dis
tinction. Dr. W. S. Armstrong,
Proi'lrnt; Dr. Theo. Fessler, 1st
Vice I'rcs-, H. 0. Oliver, 2nd Vice
Pres ; I). Clir.t Ashmun, bee; Dr.
A. 1'. Usher, Treas. Consulting
1'hysieiani: Dr. John A. Broadus
Sinclair, U. S. Navy, Portland; Dr.
A. J. Teel, St. Helens.
Allen, Felton & Quick are St.
Helens live realty operators and
mus' not be omitted as we nott
brief mention of our city's leading
business men. They have been es
tablished as a Iirm one year. I he
members of the firm nevertheless
are all well known and prominent
citizens. Mr. Quick has been here
no less than thirty-one years. He
taught school ton years, officiated
as county superintendent six years,
jvus county clerk six years and like
wise officiated as county treasurer.
He was in the Abstract and Title
business eighteen years and is now
city recorder and collector for the
water hoard. Mr. Allen is princi
pal of the Warien High school, and
also was principal here three years
in St. Helens. Mr. Felton is the
old stand-by realty and insurance
man unJ expert trader. For lands,
louses, timber, chances, loans, et
cetra see Allen. Felton & Quick,
pjickly at St, Helens.
C. H. John & Company conduct
a flourishing cash store. They deal
in groceries, hardware, crockery,
f.tney chinaware, flour, feed, etc.,
and each year sees a marked in
crensj in tlioir volume of business.
They have operated the enteeprise
three years. Frior to launching out
in this line C. H. John was in the
Monday night to its grand opening.
Monday night will be free to every
body. Three reels of special films
have been ordered for the occasion
and a change of pictures will be
made daily. The prices will be five
cents for children and ten cenU for
adults, and added attractions will
be a feature from time to time
without extra charges. Mr. W. Lj.
Sharp is the enterprising proprietor
and he has spent a lot of money on
getting his fine theatre fitted up.
Frior to coming here Mr. Sharp
was a traveling man for sometime
and after making St. Helens thought
it was a good town to locate id.
There will be two shows a night
commencing at 7:30 and 9 o'clock,
Monday, Oct. 13.
II. Morgua & Son are dealers in
general merchandise and have oper
ated here eighteen years. They
carry a splendid stock of dry goods,
and ladies, and childrens' wearing
apparel and accessories, also men's'
clothing, shoes, hats and general
furnishings. Mr. Morgus enjoys a
good trade and his store is where
you get good goods and extra low
prices. He was born in Syria.
E. A. Rotger is the electrical man
who does Everything Electric.
He is well up in electrical en
gineering, and also carries a nice
stock of supplies. Mr. Rotger has
operated here two years and a half,
and has followed the business since
1001. He i a graduate of the
famous Lick School in California,
and also was a student for some
time at Leland Stanford University.
House wiring, installing of electric
bells, lights, plants, etc., are among
his specialties. He hails from San
Francisco as the metropolis of his
K. Constantin is St. Helens ex
pert plumber. He has followed the
business thirty years and has oper
ated here three years. He special
izes nIso in sheet metal work. Esti
mates are furnished on application
and all work is guaranteed, and
moreover his prices are reasonable.
Mr. Constantin hails from Canada,
the land of his nativity.
Mrs. Hanson's Millinery Em
porium- The "crowning glory of
women" may be their exquisite
heads of hair, but the wearer of a
becoming and handsome millinery
creation always feels better dressed
than when wearing something tha'
does not appeal to her sense of the
fitness of things. Here is St. Hel
ens popular millinery, and the store
is stocked with the latest fashions
from the east. Although Mrs. Han
son has just recently opened with
her fine fall stock she has specialized
in the millinery business for a num
ber of years. She is located in the
Bank building, is a very pleasant
lady to meet and we bespeak a
liberal patronage for her. The
stock and appointments are Al in
Bretberg & Morrow is where you
go to get your shoes repaired, or an
up-to-date custom made pair of
shoes. The shop has been estab
lished two years and has two
"knights" of the trade. Mr. Bret
berg has followed the business over
30 years. He is also a specialist on
manufacturing artificial limbs, and
has few if any superiors in this line.
Mr. Morrow was a "knight of the
anvil" for a time. He served in
the Spanish-American war as a
scout. These gentlemen give prom
ise of making an excellent commer
cial team and merit generous notice.
Central Market This place is
conducted by Messrs. Bill & Rob-
How do you like this
Shoe? We have a full
line of the Florsheim
Shoes. Come in and see
them. Don't forget that
our Dry Goods and Fur
nishings are the best.
Drop in and see us
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p-nnlov of Muckle Brothers for
twenty-two years in their big gen- .ertson, who have operated the es-
Mr. John hails from the good old
He came here in 1888. .tablishment for the past year. They
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carry evvi j iuhik 1 1 von iuivu
(rmun fatherland. He is ably as
sisted by Mrs. John, a very pleas
ant business lady, who was born in
Canu.la, although she has lived most
of h'-r life under the stars and
strip ." Germany and Canada
unite nicely in the John family.
Mr. and Mrs. John have made a
lejion of friends during their retd
THE NEW THEATRE
Everybody is invited to the new
theatre, near the court, house on
meats, and also fresh fruit, veget
ables, and produce of all kinds.
They are building up an excellent
business, and moreover their prices
are right. These gentlemen have
resided here about five years and
enjoy quite a wide acquaintance.
They are pleasant, enterprising,
young men to meet and merit
worthv mention as we note Who's
Who in this article.
Hotel Oread ia is conducted by
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Isbister, who
have conducted the establishment
five years. They have lived in
Columbia county for thirteen years
and are well acquainted with many
of the old timers who make this
popular hotel their headquarters
when in St Helens. The rates re
very reasonable, and special terms
are given to monthly guests. Mr.
and Mrs. Isbister are as genial host
and hostess as the stranger will
meet in his travels. Everything is
homelike. Mr. and Mrs. Isbister
are from the Orkney Islands of
Sherwood & Ross are complete
house furnishers, undertakers and
embalmers. They have operated
here about one year and already
have become one of the town's
leading enterprises. The finest
quality of goods is carried in house
and office furniture and beds, bed
f ing. mattresses, rugs, et cetra;
also the fomous Pacific Stove &
Range Co.'s products are carried in
fine stoves and ranges. Frank H.
Sherwood and E. Adin Ross con
stitute the personnel of this enter
prising firm. Mr. Sherwood is an
expert undertaker and embalmer
and has followed the business for
years. Mr. Ross is a graduate of
Beloit College. Wisconsin, his native
J. E. Ramsey is St. Helens popu
lar "man of dough." Ho operates
the St. Helens Bakery, which is
headquarters for bread, cakes, pies
and pastry of all kinds of the first
order, Mr. Ramsey ia a practical,
expert baker and has followed the
business for some time. His bread,
cakes and pies more nearly ap
proach what our mothers used to
make than we thought possible.
Miss Jessie Drew is the pleasant
saleslady and attends to all cur
tomers promptly and politely. Prior
to her position which she has filled
here for the past three months she
was clerking in James Muckle &
Son's general store for nearly two
George's Market is .headquarters
for choice steaks, juicy roasts, and
tender chops, as well as fish, game
oysters and poultry in season. Mr.
George has operated in the butcher
business for the past five years. He
has been a resident of St. Helens
for over thirty years and has offici"
a ted in various capacities. He is a
well informed youcg man to meet
and is building up a splendid trade.
He hails from England as the com
monwealth of his nativity.
Aliens' Confectionery and Cigar
Store is likewise an enterprise that
is growing. Heie the people of the
vicinity can get their stationery,
candies, cigars, tobacco, ice eream
and soft drinks et cetra. Mr. and
Mrs. Allen have operated the es
tablishment for one year and a half
and are doing very well. Mr. Allen
contemplates putting in a stock of
drugs in the near future. The store
is well located and business houses
are constantly being added along
the main thoroughfare between St.
Helens and Houlton.
The Central Grocery is among the
many enterprising stores the writer
called on and is well conducted by
I. W. W. Brown, who has operated
the enterprise for the past four
months, and he is building up a
very creditable trade. The store is
stocked from end to end with fresh
groceries, fruit, vegetables and
general country produce, including
as well hardware, "crockery, flour
and feed. He hails from the Sun
set State of the Golden West.
D. W. Williams is the new man
ager of the Muckle Grocery Com
pany. Just one week ago today he
assumed the management of this
popular department, formerly of
James Muckle St Son's department
store. They deal in staple and
fancy groceries, hay, grain and feed.
Quality, service and satisfaction ia
the motto of this new enterprise
and we take pleasure in introducing
them to our many readers. Mr.
Williams is a very clever young
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