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ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1912.
Surprise the Bachelors
Pierce Benefit Fund
Water Famine on Again
Local Man Injured
First National Unnk building.
ST. JOHNS, OREGON.
All members were present nt the
regular meeting of the city council
Tuesday evening, with the excep
tion of Alderman Hill.
A petition was received praying
for the improvement of Olympin
street between Myers and Charles
ton streets, and 011 motion of Al
derman Valentine a resolution di
recting the engineer to prepare the
necessary data for said improve
ment was adopted.
O. 1'. Wolcott asked for permis
sion to erect an awning at 1 1 1 No.
Jersey street. Referred to fircj
A communication from the Com
tncrcial club asked that action be
taken toward the improvement of
Crawford street, and that steps be
taken toward securing a team of
horses for the city. Placed on file
on motion of Alderman Davis.
The committee on regulation of
water rates reported that the com
pauy had turned the matter over to
its attorneys, who would commit
nlcate with the committee after they
had made a full investigation.
Attorney biroitd, wiio mid oceu
requested to look into the charge
that the telephone company was
charging rates higher than its frnn
chlse permitted, reported that it
was his opinion that the rates were
being exceeded, although the trail
chisc was rather loosely drawn
Council directed that the attorney
communicate with tlie company
and demand that it show cause for
the excessive charges, ami then re
port back to the council for fur
The city attorney ond Alderman
Valentine were requested to confer
with the Portland Railway, Light
and Power Co. ofllcials in regard
to the improvement of Dawson
street, and ascertain what they
would do in regard to their prop
erty along the street.
Hills amounting to $215.6(1 were
allowed on motion of Alderman
Davis; all yes.
Nine bids were received for hard
AUracing of Eesscnden street be
tween Oswego nud Buchanan streets.
The extremely low bids offered
were a pleasant surprise to the dads
and property owners as well. The
successful bidders agreed to lay the
concrete surface for H per yard,
and more than 25 per cent, below
the engineer's estimate. The fol
lowing were the bids received: C.
E. Wheelock, $8,784.10: Win.
Fresche, $7,723.21; T. II. Cochran,
$7,330.02; Kilkenny IJros., $8,162,
61: V. W. Mason, $7,422.68; Pa
clfic Coast Paving Co., $7,664.18;
IJidwell, Hayden & Co., $7,268,62;
J. Hahn, $7,814.04; Kibbe, Welton
& Co., $7,191.89. On motion of
Alderman Valeutlue the contract
was awarded to the latter, it being
the lowest bid.
An ordinance assessing the cost
of improving Tioga street from
Central avenue to Fessendeu street
was passed on motion of Alderman
Horsman; all yes.
Couucihnan Jenuings suggested
the proposition thut the city pur
chase a motor cycle for the use of
the chief of police, contending that
it would greatly facilitate his get
ting to the scene of any trouble that
might arise in auy part of the city.
Alderman Perrine stated that he
favored the cycle, provided one
man could be dropped from the po
lice force. He thought the machine
ought to take the place of one mau,
and if that could be arranged he
would favor the city purchasing a
machine. Alderman Hiller, whose
business affords him an opportunity
to become thoroughly acquainted
with the sentiment of the people in
regard to police matters, believed n
recall would be invoked if this bur
den was added to the taxpayers,
unless the police force be reduced
at the same time. Even if this
were done, it was his opinion that
the business men and Commercial
club would not be long in petition
ing council to increase the force
once more. He believed it better
to leave well enough alone, and not
arouse further criticism by an addi
tional burden. Other couucilmen
thought a motor cycle would prove
a great help, but believed the police
department was now costing as
much as the people were willing to
Attorney Stroud took occasion to
censure one of the policemen for
suppressing information in regard
to the gambling case held Monday,
stating that he was a most unwil
ling witness, and that the chief of
police bad also found it difficult to
get any information out of him.
He scored a citizen, whom he
termed as "one of the most noted
gamblers in St. Johns," for swear
ing on the witness stand that he
did not know what a poker chip
was and didn't know how to play
cards. With such witnesses, he
declared, it was utterly impossible
to indict any one on a gambling
charge. Therefore he favored the
Tuesday was a red letter day for
that jovial aggregation known as
the Bachelors' Club. These husky
lads most of them had spent a
strenuous day at their several voca
tions, and after tea, without taking
the trouble to dress for the occa
sion, congregated in their delight
ful quarters on Jersey and Leavitt
streets, for an hour or two of relaxa
tion with a quiet game of crib, or
matiap, the soothing influence of a
pipe of their favorite blend; others
to tickle the piano in accompani
ment to their melodious voices. It
was a day off. No functions. No
visitors expected. No nothing
hut one evening of quiet, social en
joyment with kindred genial spirits.
The boys have many such, and
they appreciate them. But this
time they were doomed to disap
pointment a most happy one to
About 8:30 a timid knock was
heard at the door, and when "Pills"
responded to the alarm, he almost
collapsed. There stood a bunch of
the jolliest.bright eyed, rosy cheeked
laughing maids and matrons the
city can boast. Pills ran for his coat
nnd gave the alarm, but the boys
were fairly trapped. There was no
buck door. There were sundry
brushing, ninuiug up of various
rents and smoothing out of abra
sions to their apparel incident to
the dav's toil: also mental kicks
self administered because they had
not stopped to change their dress.
The lads put on their best front,
however, and welcomed the ladies,
who proved to be a bunch of the
Pythian Sisters and the Club's own
"Bachelor Girls." They were
loaded, too. The girls brought a
a beautiful lenther covered sofa
pillow, exquisitely worked, with
an Indian head and the word "Port
laud" on the obverse and the mono
gram of the club, BC. on the re
verse side, all in brilliant colors.
Dili Pvthlnn Indies presented a
beautiful painting, which, if it was
not a Rembrandt, was just as fine,
rcprcseutinc three bachelors in a
cozy corner enjoying a quiet smoke
and lively chat, which had evident
ly turned on politics and the one
of the party who Rreatly resembles
Biiir'appears to nave arisen excit
edly and to be forcefully explaining
to his colleagues why it was greater
to be a Bachelor than a king. The
ladies, too, bore refreshments
fruit punch and cakes galore, and
there was the happiest party in the
city for the next two or three hours.
The Bachelors say It was the time
of their lives, and cannot And words
to express their appreciation of the
beautiful presents. They say they
will be delighted to have them re
peat the visit any time, "But for
land sakes, ladles, whistle, so a fel
low will have time to tog up," Is
the wail of one of the lads who
wore his work-clothes and had to
play "wall flower" all the evening.
removal of all card tables and chairs
from cigar rooms, so that gambling
would be practically impossible.
Alderman Perriue thought If we
were going to hove an open town
we should make it open, and if it
was to be a closed town it should
be made and kept closed. There
fore, he favored Mr. Stroud's sug
gestion. The attorney was direct
ed to look further into the matter.
Alderman Horsman stated that
an ordinance against motor cycles
using sidewalks for a race course
was badly needed, and tiie attor
ney was directed to prepare sucn
ordinance and have same in readi
ness for passage next week. Bicy
cle riding on sidewalks was also to
be regulated by the same ordinance.
A resolution to improve Central
avenue from Bruce street to St.
Johns avenue was adopted on mo
tion of Alderman Davis, as was
also a resolution to improve Hart-
mau street from Central avenue to
Myers street on motion of Alderman
The proposed improvement of
Ivanhoe betweeu Richmond and
Mohawk was held over another
week for final report.
A poor working man told his
wife on awakening one morning of
curious dream he had during the
night, relates theMarquette Tribune.
He dreamed he saw coming to
ward him, in order, four rats.
The first one was very fat, and was
followed by two very lean rats, the
rear rat beitig blind. The dreamer
was greatly perplexed as to what
evil might follow; as it has been
understood that to dream of rats
denotes calamity. His son, who
heard the father tell the story, vol-
unteered to be the interpreter.
"The fat rat," he said.'is the firm
which sells booze. The two lean
rats are my mother and me, and the
blind rat is yourself."
B. B. Pierce nnd family lost ev
erything they had at the fire last
week, and several of his friends
took it upon themselves to pass sub
scription papers for their temporary
relief. In order that all' who con
tributed may know that their do
nations were properly credited and
turned over to the unfortunate
family, at the request of the solicit
ors the list is published:
Twenty-five cent donations: B.
J. Simmons, J. W. Martin, O. S.
bamuclson, O. B. Henderson, G.
W. Overstrcet, A. Pocppin, Cash,
M. B. Murray, E. W. McLean.
Fifty ccut donations: Clinton
Rose, W. Maples, Floyd Churchill,
J. I,. Douglass, A. W. Pepper, J.
II. Smith, W. S. Kellogg, Cash,
Friend, C. J. Muck, J. II. Windlc,
Roy Tuppcr, P. Hill. R. W. Mc-
Kcou.Bouham & Currier, LcVallcy,
R. M. Dunn, Cash, J, P. Wrinkle,
Friend, E. R. Inglcduc, Cash, A.
W. Sloan, Cash, M.E.Kilkcuny,
0. M. Cornell, P. G. Gillmorc,
John Redmond, h. E. Rand, W.
Ford, A. W. Markle, M. II. Bamcr,
Pitchford, Scales, P. W. Ward, J.
T. Brooks & Son, EdmondsonCo.,
C. Cum, Jackson & Thompson, S
II. Satterlee, C. Peterson, T. S.
Carroll, W. R. Hollcnbcck, E. 0.
Birlcy, O. J. Gatzmyer. J. B. Da
vidson, J. II. Johnstone, E. M.
Curtis, P. C. Stroud, J. E. Tanch,
George G. Gattou. Charles Moy,
G. T. Johns, II. Muck, A. Johnson,
J. Khun, Pat. Daunagh.
Seventy-five ccut donations: Geo.
W. Imbodcn, L. D. Jackson.
One dollar donations: C. Sagcrt,
II. W. Smith, Sherman Cochran,
Basey & Glover, Cash, W. II.
King, Geo. A. Wright, Roy Wil
cox, W. h. Churchill, J. E. Jen
nings, R. G. Post, N. Wisuer, C.
W. Carter, R. A. Campbell, J. A.
Henry, C. II. Dcltz, C. J. Ander
son, W. S. Lautlicrs, J. N.Hnrucy,
W. M. Fischer, II. Dickiuson, J.
Bloom, Ray Fairchlld, M. W. H.
Watts, Alpha Buchcr, St. Johns
Hardware Co., Cash, J. R. Wcl
mcr, O. M. Cornell, Fred C. Couch,
W. J. Chancy, Calcf Bros., Ray
Smith, T. D. Condon.
$1.50 donations: W. F. Stadel-
$2,00 donations The Jobcs
ing Co., and in addition two
of flour equal to $3.00; I,. J.
1 i 11. Dan Conroy, Peninsula
$5.00 donations: St. Johns Lum
ber Co., Portland Mfg. Co.. Mak
ing a total of $90.25 in cash besides
the flour, and the Portland Woolen
Mill donated two pairs of blankets.
A Gambling Charge
A charge of conducting a gam
bling place was brought against a
local pool room man by a resident
who recently came to St. Johns to
make his home. The deiendant
promptly plead not guilty, and a trial
was called to take place in the city
hall Monday morning. A number
of witnesses was called, but none
seemed to know anything about the
matter. Charlie Moy, one of the
witnesses, created a vast amount of
amusement for the auditors when
he swore that he did not know how
to play cards or know what a poker
chip was. The amusing part to
the crowd was for a man who had
played cards as much as Charlie to
admit that he did not know how to
play the game. The son of the
complainant, however, threw a
bomb into the case when he stated
that his father was at home when
the gambling was supposed to be
in progress. The case was dis
missed. At a meeting of the board of
governors of the Commercial club
Mouday afternoon it was decided to
appoint a committee to investigate
the proposition of a sidetrack to
the city dock. Secretary Craw
sbaw was also directed to investi
gate the matter of a wagon road
to the Swift packing plant. The
improvement of Crawford street
was discussed and a communication
to the city council ordered asking
that this street be graded and side
walked as soon as possible'
The First District Quarterly
meetings of Portland District of
the Free Methodist church are now
being held in St. Johns' Free Meth
odist church, corner of East Rich
mond and Hudson, and will con
tinue over Sunday, May 26th, in
charge of District Elder W. N.
Coffee. The district conference
will be held on Saturday morning,
Preaching services each evening
and regular quarterly meeting ser
vices bunday morning.
For Rent A five-room modern
cottage. See Couch & Co.
Last Wednesday's Orcgoulan
says: With millions of gallons of
water In the storage reservoirs,
and after spending more than $2,
000,000 of the public funds to alle
viate the conditions throughout the
city, another water famine is on in
the Mount Scott district, including
Wood mere, Woodstock, Kern Park
and neighboring sections. Aggra
vated residents, who traveled miles
to clamor for a supply that would
at least give them enough to drink,
were told that the members of the
water board were unable to be pres
ent in sufficient numbers to con
stitute a quorum at 4 o'clock yes
tcrday alternoou, and they were
therefore forced to leave without
gaining any relief.
Numerous men and women visit
ed Mayor Rushlight's office all day
to see If they could get relief. They
were nil referred to the water board
which wus scheduled to meet in
the afternoon. It is not known
when there will be a meeting, but
the residents of the Mount Scott
district are insistent, as they feci
they have waited long enough, hav
ing been put off from year to year.
In the first place, the various ad
ministrations which have been In
power, pleaded lack of water and
asked the tcoplc of the districts
where there were famines to wait
until the new pipe line was com
plctcd. At a cost of $1,500,000 this
conduit was laid and finished last
fall. In addition, two huge store
age reservoirs were built at Mount
Tabor. But notwithstanding this
great outlay of funds and the prom
ises that have been made there
would be no water shortage this
season, the first days of heat bro't
out vigorous protests from the
South East Side districts against
what they declare unnecessary suf
fering, brought about by lack of
adequate facilities for getting water
to their homes.
There is one place where 1 1 fain
ilics arc drawing water from a one
inch pipe. There is no pressure to
speak of, it lelt?3 Impossible to
flush toilets, to get bathing water
or to irrigate lawns during the
sprinkling hours, and the lawns in
this section of the city have been
damaged already. The people are
clamoring for a supply of water
that will at least accommodate their
domestic needs, especially for house
Keeping, nut they also leel that they
are entitled this year to enough to
irrigate, as other districts do, after
waiting for years.
Rev, W. S. Plowman will preach
Memorial sermon Sunday morn
ing, May 26th; all Grand Army
and Relief Corps members invited.
Special music by the choir. Every
body welcomed to all services.
Children s day will be observed
Sunday, June 2nd. A program
will be given by the Sunday school
assisted by the church choir. Come
and listen to the children as they
tell the old, old story, in prose and
song, btrangers especially Invited.
A number of the young people
of the Philo Christo class met at the
Evangelical church Tuesday even-
h'Ri by previous appointment, and
went to the home of Clifford Cha
ney on Willamette boulevard aud
presented them with a nice oak
rocker as a token of their regard
and esteem. The young couple
were very much surprised and
pleased and after an hour spent In
pleasant social conversation all de
parted, wishing the happy pair a
long and pleasant life.
Is there anything in all this world
that is of more importance to you
than good digestion? Food must
be eaten to sustain life and must be
digested and converted into blood.
When digestion fails the whole
body suffers. Chamberlain's Tab
lets are a rational aud reliable cure
for indigestion. They increase the
flow of bile, purify the blood,
strengthen the stomach, and tone
up the whole digestive apparatus to
a natural and healthy action. For
sale by all dealers.
What is declared to be the most
valuable tract of farm land in the
state, and probably in the whole
country, lies near Beaverton in
Washington county. This i5-acre
farm is beaver dam land and has
grown onions at $9000 a year for
40 years. The tract has produced
a total of approximately $260,000.
Onions yield 400 sacks per acre on
this land and its richness seems in
exhaustible. It is thought no other
piece of land in the United States
can show a similar record.
For Insurance see F.W.Valentine
Hot words between Grant Hinklc
aged 45 years and John Star aged
24 years.both residents of St.Jolms,
led to blows Saturday afternoon and
as a result, Hinklc is in the hospi
tal with a fractured skull that may
result in his death, while Starr is
in jail at St. Johns pending the out
come of the victim's injuries.
There were no witnesses to the
fight, but according to the story
told by btarr when arrested Satur
day night, he met Hinklc on the
street in St. Johns, near the city hall
aud was called a liar and a thief by
Hinklc. A fight resulted in which
Starr struck Hinklc twice knocking
him down both times. It is be
lieved that Ilinkle's head struck the
sidewalk, although this is denied
by Starr. The Red Cross ambu
lance was called and the mau was
rushed to the county hospital where
Dr. Sternberg called to attend him.
He declared that the injuries were
serious. In his opinion the wound
was mulcted with a club or some
blunt instrument and not the result
of a (all. Starr asserts that if Hin
klc has sustained serious injuries
from the fight Saturday afternoon
it was on account of a fight Hinklc
engaged in several days ago, at St.
Johns, in which Hinklc was terribly
beaten, aud Starr contends that he
may have caused serious wounds
inflicted then to become more dan
gerotis than they were before Sat
urday's conflict. Portland Journal.
The Calico Ball
The Ladies' Auxiliarv cave the
members of the Commercial club a
Calico Hall last Friday evening.
1 lie Woodman hall was secured for
the occasion, In connection with
tuc ciui) rooms, uicaiinir was a
most delightful one. While a few
members failed to put in an appear
ance, the dancing space was at all
times comfortably occupied, and
lovers of that diversion enjoyed
themselves to the fullest exteiu.
1 he hall was tastefully decorated
for the occasion, nud added consid
erably to the attractiveness of the
room. those who knew not how
.to "trip the light fantastic" enjoyed
themselves in card or pool playing.
Kfircsiiiug 1 rim punch in never
ending supply was "on tap" during
the evening, aud was taken care of
with a great deal of satisfaction
and enjoyment by the thirsty dan
cers. I he music furnished by Vin
cent's orchestra was first class. The
ladies presented a handsome ap
pearance in their "calico" attire,
aud everything passed along in a
most pleasing way. Those who
failed to attend missed a most splen
did time, and those in attendance
sincerely hope that the ladies will
soon duplicate the occusion.
Friday, May 24, Comrades will
visit all schools in St. Johns at 1 .'30
Sunday, May 26, all Comrades
will assemble at Post room not later
than 2:15 p, in. to attend services
at the M. E. church. Post, W. R.
C L. of G. A. R.
Arrangements will be made to at
tend schools at Portsmouth, Penin
sula, Okley Green and Shaver,May
29, May 30, K. R. C, bons of
Veterans, Post, W. R. C, Ladles
of the G. A. R., will assemble at
10:45 in front of G. A. R. hall, or
der of line subject to Commuuder.
Marching to place of holding
memorial exercises, where full rit
ual services will be held. Breaking
ranks, S. of V., Post, W. R. C.
and L. of G. A. R. will return to
hall, where lunch will be served.
At 2 p. m. W. R. C. and L. of G.
A. R. will take cars for Peninsula
Park, where the exercises of the
W. R. C. and L. of G. A. R. will
be exemplified by casting flowers
on the water, assisted by Owklcy
Green school children. Full ritual
servicts will be held. Appropriate
music under the direction of Adju
tant Chambers will be rendered at
Family Washing 50c
We wish to announce that we are
thoroughly equipped to do family
"wet Washings at 50c per wash
ing. Phone and our wagon will
call. Columbia 242.
St. Johns Laundry Co.
Lots 1,2,3 and 4, corner of Rich
mond and Portland boulevard, for
$1200. Write W. H. Reid, Devil'sl
Lake, N. D. 26 6t
Open Hours: I :oo to 5: to nnd 7 to 9:30 p. m.
Sundays: 2:30 to 5:30
Through the courtesy of the
drawing instructor, Miss McDauicls,
aud Superintendent Boyd, there arc
now oh exhibit in the library forty
drawings chosen from the work of
the first, second aud third grades of
the bt. Johns schools. it was
planned to have the work of each
pupil represented, but, with the
close of the term so near, not suffi
cient time could be allowed for
the mounting of so many pictures.
However, the work shown is repre
sentative of whole, and if you don't
find your child'snntncyoti may know
he is doing his work along the same
llnc.Thc drawings show a degree of
Imagination and a power of por
trayal to be envied by many of the
little artists' elders. To rightly
appreciate the work It must be un
derstood that the drawings arc not
made from copies by the old draw
ing book method, but either from
the objects themselves or from im
agination, the child being encour
aged to express his own ideas by
means of his pencil. The exhibit
is an interesting one and it is hoped
that each parent will spare a few
moments to come in aud enjoy it.
The higher grades will be repre
On the Fancy Work Shelf:
Designs for Hardauger Embroid
ery; Prlscilla Tatting Book; Pris
cilia Knitting Book Designs nud
Instructions for Irish Crochet Lace.
On the Home Beautiful Shelf:
Inexpensive Homes of Individu
ality; Henderson's Picture Gardens;
Book of Bungalows: Wilderness
Homes; Rustic Homes aud Cabins;
Furnishing a Modest Home; How
to Lay Out Suburban Home
On the New Book Shelf:
Lonesome Land. Bower. A
story of Montana by the author of
Chip of the Flying Y. Sidelights
911 Contemporary Socialism Spar-
go. 1 hese lectures are addressed
to the author's fellow socialists and
deal with various problems within
the socialist movement itself. They
are fairly typical, in spirit and sub
stance, of the lectures which res
ponsible socialists are constantly
delivering to their comrades.
I laid Work in the Sunday
School, Llttlefield, Everyone tru
ly interested In religious educa
tion mid estiecially in the Sunday
school phase of it, will find in this
masterful manual a challenge, at
least to his attention. A brave
aud thorough-going pioneer it is,
alike in its theory, its spirituality
and in its curriculum of practice.
Joshua James, Lile-baver. Kim
ball. "Here and there may be
found men in all walks of life who
neither wonder nor care how much
or how little the world thinks of
them. They pursue life's pathway
doing their appointed tasks without
ostentation, loving their work for
the work's sake, content to live
and do in the present rather than to
look (or the uncertain rewards of
the future. To them notoriety,
distinction, or even fame, acts nei
ther as a spur nor a check to en
deavor, yet they are really among
the foremost of those who do the
world's work. Joshua James was
one of those,"
97 Per Cent Perfect
An unusual record for a pile rem
When Dr. J. S. Lconhardt, of
Lincoln, Nehr., located the cause of
piles aud found a successful remedy
tor piles, he had it put on sale un
der a strict guarantee of satisfaction.
In ten years only three per cent, of
HEM-ROID users have asked for
their money back, and it speaks
well for the scientific modern rem
edy. Get a guaranteed $1 package
from St. Johns Pharmacy or any
druggist, or write to Dr. Lconhardt
Co., Station B, Buffalo, N. Y., for
free HEM-ROID booklet.
CARD OF THANKS.
We desire to publicly express
our sincere and heartfelt thanks to
the many friends who so generous
ly cume to our aid after the fire that
consumed our possessions last week,
aud we also feel grateful to the
the people of Linutou for the aid
Mr. and Mrs. B.B. Pierce.
Lot 100x106 aud a modern six-
room house, lot all in cultivation,
close to school, worth $2oo. Owner
must have money and will sell for
$1700. Only $725 required to
make the deal. A snap. See
Henderson, the Abstracter. Mc
DR. J. VINTON SCOTT
Open Evening! and Sundays by Ap
pointment Office I'liotic Columbia 140
Resident l'lionc Columbia 38
JOSEPH McCHESNEY, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Day & Hlght Office In McChesney bile
St. Johns, - Orcfon.
Daniel 0. Webster, A. B. M.T)
Residence, G97 Dnwion Street
Omcc, Plltor Block.
University Port, Portland, Oregon.
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ell pert of Portland, Vancouver. Linn
ten, Portland snd Suburban Lxpross
Co., city dock and nil points accessible
Djr wfon. runo ana. lurnaur moving
Office Phone Columbia 24
Residence Phone Columbia 198
St. Johns Express, Transfer
and Storage Co.
Piano Moving a Specialty. Haul
ing done to and from Portland
Residence 400 East Richmond
Office 103 North Jersey Street
ST. JOHNS GARAGE
II I U. Burlington Street
Automobile Retiring nnd Videaiiiiing
Wc can get you Auto Tire of all kind
Hlcyclo and General Repairing
In connection. New mid sccoiul Imnd
bicycles for snle, Bicycle tires in stock.
J. M. and V. P. WRAY, Props.
l'lionc Columbia 5H7,
CAMP 773 W. 0. VV.
n e d a y
D0IC LODGE NO. 132
A. P. and A. M.
on first Wednesdays of
each month In odd iu.
lows' Hull. Vikitors wel
S. Chas, Davis. W. M.
C. O. Rogers, Secretary
Order Eastern Star
Meets I'.very I'irst ttnd Third Tuewlay
I'.vening of Rach .Mouth in Odd I'olUnv
Hull. Mrs. Susie Rogers, Secretary.
IIOLMtS LODGE NO. 101
kNir.mc nr i.viiiiac
Meets every l'riilay ululil t
7130 o'clock in I, O.O. V.
Hall. Visitors ulyuys Wel-
V. W. MASON, C. C.
I). I'. HORSMAN, K. R.S.
No. 186 I. O. 0. P,
sr. jottNS, onccoN
Meets each Monday evening in Odd Fel
lows hall at 7:30, A cordial welcome to
all visiting brothers.
I'!- W day of
each month in M. V. A. Hal,
l. II, GRANOHR, See.
See us for the Choicest Cuts of
the Best Meats Obtainable.
Order rifled and Tamil? Trade Solicited.
T. P. WARD, Proprietor.
a. 77rv M