Live Business Men St. Johns Boosters TRADE AT HOME f THE PENINSULA DANK. The pioneer bnnk of St. Johns nnd nn Institution that litis exerted great Influence In the upbuilding of this city Is the Peninsula Hank. It was estab lished In 1905 when there was but lit-tit- promlfio of doing n profitable bust ness, but since then It has steadily grown and kept abreast with tho de velopment and met the needs of tho city. Some of the directors of this In stitution hnce brought outside capltnl hero and havo been Influential In caus ing Inrgo payrolls to be brought here. The Pen'nsuln Dank has never lost Its reputation for conservatism, ni.J In some Instances It has been regarded ns too conservative. During tho finan cial panic of 1007. without oulsldo help this bank carried Itself and Its patrons safely through without call ig a single loan. Robert Trent Plait Is president of tho Peninsula Hank, whllo Fred C. Knnpp Is vice presi dent, Chnrlcs A. Wood, cashier, John N. Kdclfscn, assistant cashier. Tho Hoard of Directors Is composed of the following: It. T. Plan, of Piatt & Piatt, attorneys; F, C. Knnpp, sec retary Peninsula Lumber Company; Potor Autzcn, president Portlund Manufacturing Company; II. h. Pow ers, vice-president nnd genornl man ngor of tho Lcwlston Land ft Wal A TVl'ICU. cr Company; M. L. Holbrook, capi talist nnd dealer In realty; Thomas Cochran, contractor, nnd V A. Wood, cashier. The capital stack of this In stitution Is $50,000, and It has de posits aggregating ft01,tG0.47. nnd n surplus fund and undivided profit less nil intores', expenses nnd taxes pa'd of $7,200.09, Tho most courteous trentmenl Is accorded nil patrons of this Institution nnd tho smallest ac count receives the most careful atten tion. This bank has been one of tho most Influential factors In tho upbuild ing of St. Johns nnd It Is directly duo to il tint several cf Ihu Industrial plants of tho city wore Induced to es tablish their plains here. NORTH BANK PHARMACY. "Curr n says so," and Currln nlwnys knows before ho "says no," and the people know (hat when "Currln says so," ho means wlint ho says. As pro prietor of tho North Uank Pharmacy, Mr. O..C. Currln has built up a reputa tion of selling tho best nnd purest drugs In St. Johns nt the lowest pos sible prices. The North Dank Phar macy Is undoubtedly one of (ho most .attractive mercantile establishments In 8r. Johns nnd U a distinct .credit to the city. Tho fixtures nro ml new nnd tho best In store practice. Mr. Currln carries n full nnd compteto stock of drugs, chemicals, medicines, toilet articles, nnd druggists' sundries. A new, modern, sanlary soda foun tain Is alio Instn'led In this storo nnd from It nro dispensed tho most do llfihtful cool drinks In tho summor. Mr. Currln la n reentered plmrmaolst and takes par'lcular caro thnt tho purest drugs only nro used In com pounding tho prescriptions that nro brought to his store. Though only en gaged In business In St. John for eighteen months, Mr. turiin has es tablished a reputation for strictly hon orable dealing; with his customers, and for keen Judgment ns a business man. Ho la n loyal supporter of St. Johns nnd he has been nctlve In ovory movement started for the city's best Interest. W. M. TOWER. Jewelry s'ores that present a metro politan appearance and carry ft full line of Jewelry, precious stones and other articles, naturally to be ex pected In such an establishment, are a splendid advertisement for any city, because they Indicato thnt there Is wealth and prosperity nmong the peo ple. W. M. Tower Is the leading Jew eler ot St- Johns, and he has held that enviable position for the past three ye'arB. His stock is n splendid one ' and embraces the finest makes of watcheB and clocks, tho very best In diamonds and other precious stones, and an excellent lino of silverware and cut glass, as well as an assort ment of novelties. Mr. Tower Is an experienced and expert watch and Jewelry repairer nnd he Is recolvlng the major part of this work. His promptness in attending to work left at his establishment, and the thor oughness of his work, have gained for him a reputation that stands him In good stead. Mr. Tower Is a business man who believes in going ahead and keeping abreast with the times, and he does not confine it to his own busi ness but believes In the advancing of the Interests of the city in whlcn he dwells. J. CROUCHLEY. The whole history of sanitation Is written In plumbing. Compare tne work done now with that which was done a few years ago and no'.e the marked Improvement in this highly Important line of work. No residence can be a proper place for persons to dwell in un'ess the plumbing has been accomplished by an expert who has made a sudy of the modern methods of sanitation. The leading represen tative of this line ot work In St. Johns issssssk JSqS ls Mr. J. Crouchley, whoso shop Is lo cated at 403 North Jersey street. This gentleman has been u prominent busi ness mnn of St. Johns for the past lour and one-half years. He carries tho heaviest s.ock ot plumbing sup plies of any concern in the ctly, nnd purchases on.y tho very best goods ob talnnble on the mnrket. Asldo from conducting n general plumbing busi ness. Mr. Crouchley Is nn expert tin ner, roofer, s'eam nnd hot wnter fit ter nnd doet cornice work. Mr. Crouchley does not, of course, nttompt to attend to his extensive business without tho nld of skilled employes, who nro thoroughly familiar with every de'nll of the business. COLUMBIA ELECTRIC ENGINEER ING COMPANY, INC. Hui n few years ago tho science of electricity wns yet almost undiscov ered, nnd the mnrvelous discoveries that havo been mndo in recent years In Its power and use nnd tho now marvels that tho wizards are "dally bringing to light lend to the convlc ton that It Is yet nn unknown Bdencc that tho greatest wonders nrc yet to come. It would bo nn ob scure nnd unknown village today Hint Is not utilizing this power, and It would bo nn equally Isolated com- KlS:i)IXCIt mtinlty that did not possess nn up-to-date modotn vlcc'rlcnl engineering company St. Jonhs, however, can boas, of a company which covers a wider field nnd moro extensive terri tory tlinn most elites of oven much greater population. The Columbia Kloctrlcal Unglncer'ng Company hna maintained n shop In St. Johns for tho past three years, and during that tlmo It has been fortunate In obtn-'n-Ing somo of the biggest contracts given out In tho stato. J. F. Hen dricks Is president of this company, wh'lo J. U. Kilkenny Is vice-president nnd secretnry, and O. I.. ICppi, treas urer, Mr. Kilkenny Is the nctlve man rger of tho compiny nnd It Is Inrgoly duo to his splendid business ability nnd trailing as an electrician thnt this company has met with such mnrkt-d success. It has but recently conip oted Job on tho new high schoo at Nuwbcrg, business blocks In Cnrvalll. McMlnnvllle, nnd other cities, tho Klks' Tomplo nt Tho Dalles, and tho Davis Safo nnd Lock Com pany at Kenton. All thesn were b'g contract nnd wero secured under ccmputl Ivo bids. All of tho electrical work In these various building wa dauu by tho Columbia Klectrlo Kn glneerlng Company. Th' company represent General Kioctrlc Co. and deal In all kind of motor and othor electrical ruppllos. It enjoy tho dis tinction of being a member of tho Na tional Klrctr'cal Contractor' Associa tion, or which there nro only fivo member In Orrgon nnd only two out Nldo of tbo city or Portland. Tho member of the company aro nil keen ly Interested In tho growth and de velopment of SL all n n. nnd especially Is this the daio with Mr. Kilkenny. CENTRAL BAR. I Is with peculiar pride thnt SL Johns points to Its well regulated and splendid resorts of refreshment. None of those occupies n morn Import an position or Is more popular with tho pleasure loving public than the Central liar, which Is owned by Mr. 8am Cochran and ably managed by Mr T D. Condon A specialty is made of fine od Kentucky Whiskeys and of the famous Hop Qold Deer. No d corde rs of any character are tol erated In this resort, and the man ager bollaves In conducting a bar where any gentleman can feel perfect ly at ease. The fixtures and decora tions of the Central Saloon compare favorably with those of .much larger cities. Doth Mr. Cophnin and Mr. Condon are genial .ge.n'tJemen who stand at the head of the enthusiastic boosters for St. Johns. ' PALM CAFE. One of the most pleasant resorts In the city, frequented by genial spirits who enjoy a cool glass or lager or an occasional sip of generous old liquor that warms the heart as well as the s'omach, Is the one kuown as the Palm Cafe, which Is conducted by Mr. Thomas A. Qlover. Mr. Oiover opened the Palm Cafe October 20 of last year, and immediately attracted to bis re sort a class of trade that goes to make his resort one of the most congenial In St. Johns. Welnhard's beer, and the famous O. P. S. whiskey, are the leading brands that are served here, though many other leading and pop ular brands of wines, liquor and whiskies are kept In stock for those who have learned to prefer an espe cial article. Mr. Qlover has furnished and fitted out his bar in a most at tractive manner and It presents a most inviting appearance. His fix tures are new and up-to-date and the decorations are splendid, and the genial and urbane proprietor of this cafe Is a loyal St. Johns booster. Preach the gospel ot Si. Jo&ns. Just stop n moment and ponder what the full significance of theso three words Is what It means to a city to have each and every one ot IU Inhabitants adopt this phraso ns a motto nnd follow It unfailingly. It means greater trade for our mer chants who havo Invested their capi tal, energy, nnd futuro In this city, nnd added prosperity for each Indi vidual, no matter what his vocation may be. To a great many the benefit comes Indirectly, ot course, but nono the less surely, Let us suppose thnt all tho people ot St. Johns sent to an outside point, say to Portland or somo eastern mall order house, for all necessities nnd luxuries. Wo would simply bo nsslsU Ing Portland In its upbuilding nt tho expense of our own Inshort, cutting off our noses to spite our faces. Then again thorc Ib a great deal of satisfaction In seeing what oho Is purchasing. You can do this when you buy from the local merchants. You can havo the satisfaction of your money back. It's different when you deal with a mall order house. That picture ot tho suit you order from tiicm shows up to good ndvnntngo, but when you get IL It Is ns apt as not to bo n misfit and mndo of poor materials and you have nothing to do but grin and bear It. Then you get another catalogue and you bite again we might say hero (hat thoso whom the cap docs not fit need not put U ' . ... .. ....... on) witn tne same result, me oeBi money nt nomu you cun uaiai in mi- hukih oi mo uiiv u u...... you get from the mail order houso is Ing that butket. est, ardent boosters to his own dls- tho worat of It, nnd, your money hav- Lot us suppose that you nro a me- advantage nnd theirs. It Is not noc Ing been sent In advance always In chanlc, a carpenter for Instauce. Uy essary to voor from tho truth when nrivnnc thn mnii nrdpr imnan takes siiendlne vour monov In St. John you talking or writing of St. Johns, Tho no cbances you have no reparation, Keep your money at home. If you . . - .THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Vital to the lire and growth or any community Is the reputai.on Its bank ing Institutions bear. To the national lite the banking system Is as neces sary as Is the arterial system to ani mal Hie, Without 4ts power life would cease tq exisL There Is little reason to suppose, then, that St. Johns will cease to grow as It has grown during the past five years, so long as it has the First National Dank doing business under its charter. This institution was established March 9, 1908, and has atttalned a healthy growth in deposits since that time. It now has u capital stock and undi vided profits of $29,863.19, and an ad ditional stockholder's liability under the national law or $26,000, making a total protection to depositors or $54, 863.19. The deposits amount to $157, 663.69. These figures speak eloquent ly tor the prosperity of St. Johns. Sylvester Petersen Is president ot this bank, while A. It, Jobes Is vice-president, and P. P. Drinker, cashier. The officer and directors are prominent in business and commeroial life of the city, the directors being the follow Ing: The above named officers and H. E. Collier, R. M. Tuttle, and W. B. Hauser. The First National Dank has as Its home one of the most substan tial and attractive buildings in the city. Tbe fixtures are all now and up-to-date, while tbe vaults and sates are of the most modern design, assuring protection from fire and burglary. It would be difficult to find an aggrega tion of business men who have done more for this city than have those making up tbe First National Dank. must Bp&nd It nt all, spend It with tho local merchants, They arc interested in Improving tho city nnd making It a more desirable place to live In. The mall order people aro not. If you mnnngo to savo n portion of your earnings, deposit it In the local banks. They nro thoroughly rellnblo flnnnclnl Institutions. Your money will bo per fectly safe nnd will be lonntd out again On good security to assist In the upbuilding of St. Johns, not some far away portion of tho country. St. Johns mcrchnnta carry as good lines an can bo found anywhere. Their Blocks nro both large and diver sified, nnd ono need not go but of tho city for Anything ho could cat, use or wear. Their prices aro not exorbi tant or unreasonable; In fact, compe tition Is keen In t,hls city and tho re verso applies. "Quick sales and small profltB" Is their motto. A model city would bo thnt In which every necessity of Its Inhabitants wnB mnnufncturcd7 Uveryone, abso lutely everyone, would be prosperous and poverty a thing unknown. Of course, present day conditions render such n city an Impossibility, but wo enn buy everything wo need from homo merchants, nnd Incidentally get our money's worth In quality nnd a PROPOSED DRY DOCK .fW iMllfe B ; 3.SHIP BUILOING YARDS? f I 7 j 5. HODERN MACHINE AJvX 4t : : 5 E d. T 6. DOUGLAS PLANING NILL . UvV ::::titrii: :: HT 7. cOBES FLOUR MILL I liSlE J G.WEST COAST LAUNDRY. NM, -: : . U tj : Ft--. S?.ST.UONNS FERRY. N?v$icVv 6S i O.ST. JOHNS LUMBER CO. NCIsSfrN 33 $ . . NARNE RON WORKS. JtiBhCr It : ..ill ll. . STEEL SHIP BULONG PLAN T. MHllmHS HhrSlkA 3:-.-- i:i i 3.VENEER FACTORY. :: tSI8 ! I 'i: ( ( 4 BRASS AND ROM FOUVDRY. ::: J : 1 6. PORTLAND SEATTLE BRIDGE. SMt3S& ? t& I 7. REVINSULA L UNDER NIL L . IrHF " JF 3 ; if & ALCOHOL AND TURPENTINE PLANT. ffji 1 gl"! quantity, and wa can remember not lo forget that overy little bit count, Your Individual patronngo may not amount to much, but mnny drops make a buketfull, and by keeping your . . ... ... .... create prosperity, and it In turn creates a demand tor mora buildings, SL . -. .... i, You nre ccrtnln to get n portion of your money back In wages, and where prosperity holds sway wages aro good. Co-opcratlon is the greatest known factor In securing and retain ing "good times." Are you a professional man? Can you find any wny of refuting tho statement thnt the city's Interests nro your Interests? It the city should grow to many times Its size, ns it un questionably will, would not you with tho assistance ot your established practice, and your ncqualntnnco In tho city, renp n goodly share of the bene fits? Are you n day laborer? Tho samo npptles. Does not prosperity tnenn moro work nnd bettor wages for you? Thus we could go through tho wholo list, but It Is unnecessary. The argu ment Is sufficiently Illustrated, lie n booster. Tho city ot St. Johns has untold opportunities nhend of It. Wo need two things: Capital and moro Industries. Tho pcoplo will fol low, The only wny to got them Is to boost, nnd boost eternally. Don't miss an opportunity to let your eastern friends know of St. Johns. Send them copies of this pnper. Postngo Is cheap, nnd conscientious effort has been mndo to glvo n truo account of the things ns they aro. Anyway, It is moro pleasant to boost than. It I to knock. Ono has moro friends. One malignant knocker ......i.. l. .i .... baro truth Is argument enough In It- self. - SBIWH-.t .1 8T. JOHNS LAUNDRY COMPANY. During tho past few years tho laun dry business has been revolutionized In this country, and tho demand of tho people nnd ot tho government for ab solutely sanitary methods In all de partments of business, has been felt by the manufacturers ot laundry ma chinery, the result being that tho peo ple aro today receiving better scrvlco in this line than ever before This Inundry has been established In this diSSSSSBSSHlSiSSSSSSSSSLLLLLl WOOLItN MILLS city for the past six years, but It has pants of this field In SL Johns and been under Its present management afford tho pcoplo ot the city an op but two years and one-half, during portunlty to dispose of second hand which period Its business tins been goods to nn ndvnntngo. lloth Mr. greatly increased nnd Its territory Hnrry W. Ormnndy and Mr. Walter S. widened. Mr. W. V. Churchill Is tho Ormnndy aro citizens of sterling nctlve mnnngcr of this company and it worth, who believe In tho word "pro has been largely duo to his efforts gross," and who nro nssoclntlng them that the company Is enjoying Its pros- selves with tho stnunchest boosters ot St. Johns. out prosperity. It I equipped with VSm -..,.. em0vmon. to about thirty people. Two wagons aro omployed In attending tho St. Johns trnde, hut this comiiniiy does not. by any means, con- company does not, by any means, con fine Its territory to St. Johns, but Touches out to Portlund, Tho Hallos, and many other cities on tho Willam ette and Columbia river, evon serv ing many of tho smaller towns In Southwest Washington. It Is safe to at980rt ttiat llio St. Johns Laundry Com pany doos one of the most oxtensivo businesses In this lino In this section, This doa'rable condition la largely duo to tho untiring Industry and un remitting energy ot Mr. W. L. Church 111, who la a business man of splondld ability. Ho takes an nctlve and keen Interest In tho civic affairs ot St. Johns, and Is regarded ono of tho most loyal boosters tor tho best in terests ot tho city. JOI1US MILLING COMPANY 8T. JOHNS FURNITURE COMPANY. The first tueethig of the "Thurs The St. Johns Furniture Company, CluV' a Jter the summer van. owned and conducted by Harry W. tiott was held at the home of Prof. Ormandy nnd Walter S. Ormandy, IJoyd. The following Indies were opened lor business In St. Johns on present; Mesdames Gatnmel, HU May JC or this year nnd slnco that jer Hewitt, Boyd, Day, Kinder, time thoy havo built up a trade that ' , epniec n,ui Sn,v,lie The Is a splendid testimonial to their abil- Keefler scales aim lyine. i c Ity as business men and to their next meeting, Sept. jand, wl strictly honorable dealing with the held st the home of Mrs. Scales at public. This Btoro occupies a largo 6oi Allegheny street. All mem building on ono ot tho moat prominent pjease return books, corneru ot tbo main streot. Its ex- 1 torlor and Interior appearance aro such that tho patron. Is Immediately Preach the goopl ot St. Joan. Impressed. A full and complete lino of general houso furnishings nro car ried here, Including furniture of all kinds, ranges nnd stoves, carpets, hammocks, rugs, kitchen turnlturc, nnd, In fact, everything required to furnish a residence, from tho kitchen to tho drawing room. In addition to handling this excellent lino of furni ture, the St. Johns Furniture Com pany deals In second hand goods ot all kinds. They arc tho solo occu- JAMES H. LATHAM. "The crnft of tho smith Is held In high repute by tho farmer," sings liongfcllow In lCvnngcllne, and, In fact every owner and lover of good horse flesh knows thnt a good blacksmith Is a Oodsend. Mr. Jnmos II. Latham holds tho lending position In this lino in St. Johns. Hut this gctlomnn docs not confine hi efforts to horseshoeing as hu does it general blncksmlthlng nnd repairing business. An export Iron worker, and general mechanic, Mr. Itthnm draws to hi shop n greater part of the work of tho city. HI shop Is now located nt 401 I van hoe, to which ho recently moved In order to obtain greater spneo. Tho most modern apparatus for repairing of carriage and wagon Is Installed hero nnd no mater how big tho repair Job tuny be, hu I prepared to do It and do It rlghL Mr. Latham ha been engaged In hi chosen lino In St. John for tho past two year, nnd I today regarded one of tho Riihstantlal business men of tho city. J. R. WEIMER. "Tho world moves; so do we," nay J. IL Welmer, tho lending trnsfer man of 81. Johns. Tho people or this city have found tho statement to bo Indis putably correct, with several horses nnd wagons, Including drays, this gen tleman Is fully prepared to do any nnd all kinds of moving or transfer work. Ha makes n specialty of piano nnd furniture moving, nnd no matter how heavy tho work may be, or how difficult It may seem, he accomplishes It with dispatch, giving especlnl at tention nt nil times to careful hand ling or your good. This concern do llvom good to and from Portland, Vancouver, I.lnnton, Portland, nnd Suburban Kx press Company, and city dock. Mr. Welmer' burns nro lo cated nt 100 B, llurllnglon street, where ho ha nmplo room for his team nnd wagons. In addition to hi transfer business ho deal In hay, grain and feed. Mr. Welmer ha boon cngnged In this luminous for a num ber or years In HI. John nnd there I no bettor known citizen hero than ho. HOME CUREJFOH ECZEMA Oil f WlnUrircn,Ttijpinl, aiyMrlnt, L'tc Um4 Slnipl With, It really seems strange that so many people suffer year In and year out with eciema, when It is now no longer a se cret that oil of wintergreen mixed with thymol, glycerine, etc., makes a wash that is bound to cure. Old, obstinate cases, It is true, can not he cured In a (cw days, but there Is absolutely no sufferer from eciema who ever used this simple wash and did not find Immediately that won derfully soothing, calm, cool sensation that comes when the Itch Is taken away. Instantly upon applying a few drops of the wash the remedy takes effect, he j,cn jg aiyed There Is no need . e.D,rImentjh' n.,tenl knowi u p"iwcu iuo i'wem "uw one. Instead o( trying to compound the oil of wintergreen, thymol, glycerine, etc, in the right proportions ourselves we are uilne a prescription which is universally (ound the most effective. It is known as the D, D, D. Prescrip tion, or Oil of Wintergreen Compound. It is made by the D. D. D. Co, of Chi cago, and our long experience with this remedy has given us great confi dence in Its merits. Subscribe tor the Review and be happy.