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Devoted to the Interests ot (he Peninsula, (be Manufacturing Center of the Northwest
ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1912.
New Industry in Sl.Johns
Otic of the immediate results of
the activities of the Commercial
club is the organization of an insti
tution which will menu em
ployment tor some 25 or 30 of our
people, mid as the business expands
this number will be largely in
creased. It is hoped this is the
beginning of n boom in industrial ex
pansion such ns St. Johns deserves
and is capable of caring for.
This industry is known as the C.
A. Hopping Novelty Manufactur
ing and Importing Co. The factory
nnd main office arc to be located
here, the factory building owned
by N. J. Bailey on Hrie street hnv
ing been leased for n number of
year- for that purpose. The com
pany will take possession August
15, and start operating at once.
They will manufacture wooden
novelties of all kinds, novelty fitrn
iture, wooden and paper calendars.
leather goods, etc. They will also
import such novelties from all over
the globe as their trade demands.
New machinery will be installed in
addition to such machinery as is
already in the building and this will
be one of the busiest industrial
hives in St. John's commercial
npairy. While the company will
manufacture advertising novelties
at the outset, it is the intention to
design and tuauufnetute novelties
for the retail trade.
The officers are all Portland gen
tlcmcn, as follows: V. J. Patterson,,
president: u. A. Hopping, vice
president and general manager; II.
u. Haines, secretary and treasures;
Henry K. Collier, attorney; H. T.
Booth and Dr. K. I). McDauicl, di
rectors. The company is lucor
nted for 1 00,000 nnd gives every
assurance of being one of the most
profitable ncqusltions to St. John's
mauufactuiriiig circles in years.
Here is to the abundant prosperity
nnd success of the enterprise.
A Review of Reviews
(Issue of December 23, 1904. J.
-Hi-Crotne, editor.) ,
The following permanent officers
were elected by the St. Johns Vol
unteer Fire Department: President,
Dr. W. W. Hicks: fire chief, M. I
Tufts; secretary, I. F.Chase;trcas
urer, W. H. King.
- , ..
Mrs. Isabella Wiudle died at her
home in this city at two o'clock
Thursday morning, lacking only a
few weeks of being 81 years old.
The surviving members of the fam
ily are Mrs. P. T. Smith. Mrs. Z.
M. Knight, V. W. Windle, Mrs.
V. M. Frozier, J. C, John and J.
A. Wiudle. She came to Oregon
in 1832, and settled on a farm on
the Columbia Slough, where they
remained until sixteen year ago,
when they settled in St. Johns.
The M. W. of A. have elected
the following officers: C. D. Ed
wards, past cousul; H. K. Knight,
consul; C. V. Bailey, advisor: L,. C.
Butt, banker; G. I. Thompson,
clerk; B. H. Smith, escort; Alfred
Scott, watchman; Win. Kdmousoii,
sentry; A. A. Hanua, J. M. Shanks
and C. D. Edwards, managers; C.
C. Taggart, examining physician.
The Royal Neighbors of America
have chosen the following officers:
Mrs. Emma Gillam, past oracle,
Mrs. Ada Pennington, oracle; Mrs.
Bullis, vice oracle; Mrs. C. Ilnuna,
chancellor; Mrs. C. O. Churchill,
recorder; Mrs. Wm. Evans, re
ceiver; Miss Bertha Titus, marshal!;
Miss Blanch Hanson, inside senti
nel; Mrs. Pascal Hill, Mrs. C. A.
Anderson and C. D. Edwards,
St. Johns Camp W. O. W. have
installed the following officers: R.
C. Clark, consul; C. B. Mallet, ad
viser; H. B. Bickner, banker; H.E.
Coou, clerk; R, D. Southwell, es
cort; J. M. Moore, watchman; P.
Holman, sentry; Roht. Anderson, I.
E. Foraker and Clyde Heath, man
agers; Dr. Rossiter, physician.
Dan Wiliarason received a bright,
cheery letter from Charlie Bailey
and Wynne Manning, Monday,
written at Elk Camp on Elk creek
somewhere in Curry county. The
lads are haviug a delightful time
feasting on trout, bacon "crooked"
coffee, with a touch of wild mutton
occasionallywell, now, don't that
make your mouth water? They
leave the Coast for the Cascade
range in a few days. They are
well and happy and send good wish
es to the friends at home.
Mr. W. H. Bonbam and family
returned last Friday night from Sea
View where they had been spend
ing a most pleasant vacation.
Keep Eggs From Spoiling,
Directions for using Silicate of
Soda: Boil the Water and let it
cool. To each gallon of Egg-Keep
to be used add ten gallons of boiled
water in any cleun receptacle of
wood, tin, galvanized iron or earth
enware: then stir the solution thor
oughly in order to put nil the dif
ferent ingredients into circulation.
Put the eggs in the solution care
fully, cither with the hands or with
a strainer. You can place the eggs
in position, or you can let them
settle to suit themselves. Care
must be taken to use only good
eggs. Ue sure tlial ttie eggs arc
completely covered. If any Moat
take them out. You can put in as
many eggs at one time ns can be
completely covered, or you can put
in a few each day as you get them
Leave the eggs in the solution until
ready for the market. When you
want to sell them, take them out
and lay them on something to dry
When the tops are dry turn them
over so us to allow the under sides
to dry. Care should be taken not
to lay eggs on anything that wil
stick to them while drying, ns you
arc liable to break the shells when
pulling the eggs loose. They wil
stick to mass, steel, wire or iron.
I hey will not stick to wood. Boards
especially with grooves in them,
have been found particularly satis
factory for the purpose.
Do your work in u comparatively
cool place, and never leave hgg
Keep exposed to the sun or air.
l lic theory of hgg-Kcep is
It seals the pores and adds
original shell nnd coating,
shells are covered with any
substance, so that Egg-Keep
not get at the pores, it cannot
them. On sale at the North
Open Hours: 1:00105:30 mid 7 to 9:30 p.m.
Sundays: 2 JO to 5t30
Here is a list of interesting
fiction that can be had at the
Through Five Administrations
Cooke. An cutertuiniug account
of the home life of five presidents
ns seen bv nu official of the White
house. They are reprinted from
the Saturday Evening Post.
The Religion of the Future l-J-iott.
When this little book first
cume out two years ago it aroused
a storm of disapproval from minis
ters and laymen all over the coun
try. A number of Portland clergy
denounced it from the pulpit. You
may not agree with it but you will
be interested in knowing the ideas
that the ex-president of Harvard
ms 011 religion.
How to Live on 24 Hours a Day
The Human Machine Bennett.
If von have read anv of Bennett's
novels you may or may not have
iked them, but it is Uillicult to im
agine anyone being anything but
ascinateu by tliese clever, simul
ating little books. Did you ever
say that you would do this or that
when you had time? According to
Mr. Bennett you will never have
more time, as you already have nil
there is. lie urges us to take ac
count of our spare time and put it
to use instead of frittering it away
as we are so apt to do,
Miud and Work Gulick. In
these days we don't have to be
Christian Scientists in order to ap
preciate the power of the mind over
matter when scientists keep us in
formed of this fact. In the first
chapter of this book of Dr. Gulick's
the value of tne "habit of success"
impressed upon us. Everyone
who has a position to hold should
read this chapter. Teachers will
find it especially suggestive.
Success has followed the experi
ment of C. S.Hudsou.cashier of the
First National Bank of Bend, who
ast year shipped iu a carload of
brood sows and sold them to near
by farmers, taking their notes at
one year payment. He writes D.
Lively, of the Portland Union
Stockyards Co., that the hogs are
proving a profitable investment and
he has a report from each man who
purchased, showing a profit of as
high as 200 per cent, in some in
stances. He says he believes the
average will be 100 per cent, on
Elmer Howard, head washer at
the Model laundry left Saturday
for his native town, Yoncalla, Ore.,
for a two-weeks visit with his faul
ty who still reside there. He took
guns and amunition along with the
expectation of bagging a deer.
Here s luck.
Rev. Patton at Waldport
Editor Review: Mrs. Patton, the
two boys nnd I arrived in Wald
port without niisshap at n a. 111.,
July 24. The trip wus full of in
terest every mile of the wuy. Fine
methods of conveyance were ex
perienced on the trip street car and
steam railway, steam ferry, gaso
line launch, stage and finally cross
ing Alscn bay on a scow driven by
a small gasoline launch.
Waldport has between 400 and
500 population, is situated on Alsea
bay about a mile from the bar. The
people find plenty of employment
fishing for salmon, trapping crabs,
laboring in saw mill and dairying
there arc two salmon canneries
otic on each side of the bay. Tin
crabs nrc shipped to Portland, Scat
tic and other markets. Crabs
bring only 50c n dozen here nud
only the largest sizes iu good con
ditiou at that. Crabs nrc nlways
cooked before being shipped, as they
die soon after being takcu from the
wnter. Only live crabs are pur
chased by the shippers. There is
quite a large nrcn of tide laud about
the bay that will iu the near future
furnish an immense pasturage for
cattle. The creamery is situated iu
town and the cream from the much
es is delivered by gasoline launches.
Most of the butter is marketed
Portland. Duriug the coming week
a number of us expect to tukc
launch to the head of tide water
and enjoy whipping the Ateca river
and its tributaries for mountain
trout. Some of the anglers arc
making good catches well up the
streams. This trip will permit me
to sec all the upper, valley of which
so much is told here.
One need not want for sea food iu
Waldport. Crabs come to within
three blocks of our cottage iu great
numbers. I get them for our table
by going to small pools at low tide
by raking them out. Plenty of
razor clams are secured' about a
mile from town. A large bed of
of rock oysters about a half n mile
out furnishes a supply of that most
iciicious snciiiisn. rieniy 01 mini
clams about 200 yards from where
we arc stopping makes it easy to
secure nil the "cohogs" we want.
It is needless to say that our table
s laden with all these. Clam chow
der, clam broth, clam fritters, fried
clams and oyster stews arc much iu
evidence for four hungry resort
visitors. Fish of various kinds can
be had for the mere sport of getting
them. To catch flounders just go
with pitchfork in liana at low tide,
wnde into the pools nlomr the
sloughs nud jab (called blind spear
ing) into the mud where the fish
lie concealed awaiting high tide to
cover their feeding grounds. One
boy caught Co flounders iu this way
Friday morning. These he used
for bait iu his crab nets,
The bathing in the bay is much
more desirable by many than in
the ocean, as the bay is about is
degrees warmer than the open surf.
1 ms change of temperature is no
ticeable only when the tidelauds
lave laid exposed to the sun during
Permit me, through your paper
to thank those who assisted in niak-
ng it possible for me and my faul
ty to take this much appreciated
outing and vacation.
Frank Uoluman and family of
St, Johns are otie block from us.
Mr. Holdman s avoirdupois has in
creased 15 pounds duriug the past
month. All are well and enjoying
ife to the limit. Hoping that
those who attend the Methodist
church of St, Johns uext Sunday
morning, Aug, 4th, may have a
most helpful hour in hearing Rev,
McMauoue preach, I am
J. J. Patton.
The house committee on Mer
chant Marine and Fisheries has
reported favorably an omnibus ap
propriation bill for additional fish
hatching and fish culture stations
n the various states of the Union.
Twelve states receive appropriations
under this bill, Oregon being the
most favored on the list. Eleven
of the states get $25,000 each for
the establishing of one station, while
Oregon gets $50,000 for the estab-
ishing of two stations. Congress
man Lafferty appeared before the
committee in behalf of Oregon and
made an argument for two stations,
submitting a letter from the de
partment of commerce and labor to
Senator Bourne reciting that the
salmon output of the Columbia riv
er can be doubled in four years by
proper management. Lafferty also
submitted telegrams from Secretary
of State Olcott showing that the
state of Oregon has recently appro
priated $70,000 of state money to
promote fish hatcheries,
All members were present at the
council meeting Tuesday evening,
sxcept Alderman Hill. Mayor
The police were granted vaca
tions on conditions that vacations
be tnketi one at n time, the remain
ing patrolmen working overtime
so ns not to reduce the force on
duty, on motion of Mr. Vnlcntitie:
Davis uo, nil others yes.
Communications from Gilleu
Chambers conveying $50; from A.
S. Benson with $350; Peter Am
zen, $too; nil to be used to pay ex-
1 cess of costs iu the hardsurfacing
of Dawson street were received
Communication from Mr. Whit
scl requesting adjustment of np
proach to Fcssctidcu street at xiug
of Mohawk with that street. After
thorough discussion the matter was
referred to the chairman of street
committee with power to act in all
cases of this kind, excavatations
not to exceed is feet in width on
motion of Alderman Martin; alt yes.
Several assignments of contrnct
on Burlington streets referred to
city attorney motion of Mr. Hors
The following hills nllowed, mo
tiou of Mr. Valentine, ull yes:
J. Sterling, street work, $15;
Blackmorc street work, $13.75; R.
Mclutire, street work, $2.75; Wil
son, street work. $16.25; Whittle,
street work, $10; Jas. Bailey, street
work, $11.50; Geo. W. Warner,
road roller; $io.27;Pcuiusula Hdw.
Co. sweeping comp. $4 50; S. Koin
bo, dock watch, etc., $20; Port.Ry.
I & P.Co. lights city dock. 1 1.70:
Tlios. Carroll, hug. Insp. $30; City
of St. Johns, nssess't on Phil street,
$73.68; KilhatuStaty. Co. supplies,
$35.65; bt.Johns Review, printing,
T 146.90; Fairbanks M. & Co.,
tnach'y, $150,455 Ncvison, priso
ners' meals, $5.82; M. F. I.oy.rcnt,
$14; T. Jonsoti, cugchainmau $32.
50; St. Johns Planing mill, seats,
$7. Total, $617.72.
Improvement of Polk street ac
cepted, motion Aid. Ilorsmau.
Willamette boulevard came up
for its usual display of oratory. The
plaintiff iu the act'on contending
that the case wiw settled nnd want
ing to declare all bets off. Attor
ney Perkins declared the deci
sion of the circuit court was simply
n referring of the case to the su
preme court where the matter
would eventually have to go, and
that it would be more economical
for the city to take it there now
than to wait until another suit is
brought, which will be as soon as
any elfort is made to improve the
boulevard as it now stands. He
offered to present the case to the
uglier court without any charges
on his part and guaranteed the cost
of appeal would not exceed $125
while If this should be allowed to
go by default and a new case start
ed it would cost the city $500 or
$600, Alderman Horsman moved
that Mr. Perkins be authorized to
proceed with the action of appeal,
but the motion received no second,
the other side asking for another
week's delay that their attorney,
who was absent might appear for
them before the council. After
wrangling for more than an hour
it was decided 011 motion of Alder
man Hillcr, to hold the matter
over for one week.
Plans and specifications for a
sewer on Fillmore street was pre
sented by the engineer and adopted
on motion of Alderman Hiller.
Resolution concerning sewer con
nections on Fillmore street, adopted
on motion of Alderman Valentine.
Resolution condemning property
on Dawson street was adopted
on motion of Aid, Valentine.
Ordinance adopting and prescrib
ing form of improvement bonds
made final passage on motion of
Resolution providing for the
lard surfacing of Fillmore street
was adopted 011 motion of Alder
man Hiller. This was strenuousty
opposed by Alderman Horsman on
ground that it would be working
too great a hardship on the projer
ty holders to have the sewer and
hard surfacing assessments come
at the same time and also that the
trafic on Fillmore did not warrant
Resolution providing time and
manner ot improving liartman
street was adopted on motion of
The 61st anniversary of the Re-
bekah lodge I. O. O. F., by order
of the Sovereign Grand Master will
be observed September 20, 1912.
It is expected our enterprisiug Re
bekahs will observe the day with
their usual thoroughness. When
the Rcbekahs of St. Johus under
take a proposition, it is never any
thing but a success.
Work for a QreaUr Ht, Jokai,
Firemens' Annual Fete
Our husky fire laddies pulled off
their fifth annual barbecue Sunday,
on the batik of the river near the
Woolen Mill. The day was fine,
the boys were all in a happy frame
of mind, the feast was par excel
lence and a very pleasant time was
enjoyed by nil who nttcuded.
The piece dc resistance was a
chicken Mulligan compounded, de
cocted and crpctratcd by that not
ed Chef, Col. Mitchell, late of the
U. S. A., and who applied all the
fancy kinks he has gathered iu his
wide experience among the natives
of the Luzon, Mindanao, Icytc and
Samar, to cay nothing of the tips
iu the art he received while hob
uobitig with the caterers to the
South' n Gc'mcn of Hati, Cuba,
and the Isle of Pines, where the
preparation of the genus gallus for
the festal board has been advanced
to the rank of the fine arts. It is
needless to say the Mulligan was
the best that has been brewed in
Uncle Sam's domain since the year
t. 1 here were 42 good, fat cack-
lers in its makeup besides all the
condiments, "sediments" and nc
cessories which go to make n royal
Mulligan. Our record of heraldry
does not declare origination of the
the Mulligan, but it was n house
hold word away back when good
old Brian Boru made things so iu
(cresting for the invaders of his
huppy little isle of emerald hue.
Tales are told of how the great
Brian Boru would don his armor.
till up on Mulligan, mount his war
horse, go out single handed, cut
out 100 or more doughty knights
from the ranks of his enemies, run
into his own camp as n bucknroo
u these degenerate days would
round up a baud of mavericks.
Then he would seat them hi the
camp dining tent and feed them on
Mulligan, when after the feast ev
ery man-jack of them would swear
allegiance to Brian Boru, so that uo
army could stand before him. This
in a tueusurc accounts for the suc
cess of our fire fighters, thnt they
never fnil to make good if they are
called to a fire in time so that there
is anything left but smoke ami
ashes, for all of them ent Mulligan.
Neither has the Mulligan deterior
ated with age, but like the Rhenish
wines of the 17th century, it adds
to its palatablcuess as the years go
by, ami the chefs scour the high
seas as their mothers do their dish-
ans, inside and out, to acquire ev
ery attribute to a royal Mulligan.
Yes, our boys eat Mulligan. Ihcy
ate it Sunday. How they nte ill
Ihcy ate until, well, one said "I just
can't cat any more, the good chick
en fat is oozing out at the corners
of my eyes." Then they quit.
the city fathers and others to
the number of about 100 were iu
attendance and all fared alike. Two
ball game were pulled off, one by
two teams of firemen, but the scor
er, the reporter for the Telegram,
was so full of Mulligan that he was
unable to say whether the score was
to 2 or 20 to 20, but he was
sure it was a tie. Barney was ump,
and his rulings were as unique as
origiual and kept the spectators in
happy mood. 1 he second game
between the single men and the
married men resulted in a score
of 5 to 4 iu favor of the benedicts.
The fire boys were determined to
maintain the strictest good order
and went prepared to maintain the
same, having appointed five or six
special police for the occasion; but
as useless as would have been a
Red Cross ambulance at a kinder
garten. Everybody was 011 espe
cially good behavior, not the least
ndicatiou of rowdyism. The spe
cials looked so lonesome and for
lorn that a kangaroo court was or
ganized with the ubiquitous Harney
as judge. Some of his decisions
were as mirth provoking as those
of the famous Irish justice of humor-
istic fame, Baruey was succeeded by
"Slats," another humorous judge
whose surname we were unable to
earn. So the game went on until,
as one of our "city" papers face
tiously remarked "they adjourned
est the guests should get lost in
the weeds going home." There
are uo weeds in the little village
up the Willamette, we are told, be
cause the soil is so poor they will
thrive. This is probably a pro
vincialism, however. It is conced
ed by all that this annual of our
debonaire fire laddies far otitshiued
that of any previous like event iu
tne history of the organization in
point of excellence, May the boys
live to enjoy many anniversaries of
Mrs. Anna Stockton left Wednes
day night on the Roanoke for I,os
Angeles, where she will make an
extended visit with her daughter,
Mrs. N. O. Isaacson.
Preach th gospel of St. Jo&u.
Rare 1.0. 0.F. Relic
A very rare nnd fine relic of the
enrly days of Odd Fellowship was
revealed the first of the week, when
R. W. McKcon presented Pascal
Hill with two pieces of regalia iu
use 75 to 80 years or more ago.
The articles iu question consists
of a past grand's apron made of
cream colored silk, bearing iu gold
leaf the emblems of the order, anil
trimmed with a border of scarlet silk
about Vl of nu inch wide, mounted
with silver braid. A scarlet colored
silk cord with tassels was attached
The other article was the regulation
collar, made of the same materia
nnd mounted with three large stars
of silver braid in bold relief, iu the
center of each of which is set an
amethyst. The workmanship
perfect, and, although the regalia Is
of great age, it is iu a good state of
preservation. Mr. Hill proposes
to have it pressed and framed iu
style worthy of it and then loan it
to Laurel lodge for n time that al
the brothers may have nn oppottu
uity to sec it.
I lie regalia was presented to the
Robert McKcon, father of R. W
by his uncle, Robert McKcon, great
uncle of R. W., more than 60 years
ago, nt Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. Mc
Kcott says when his father and
mother went to Cleveland the rails
had not yet reached that point nud
that they traveled by canal packet
boat, where the horses that pulled
the boat were made to trot instead
of being allowed to walk ns was the
the case with heavy freight boats.
It was considered a speedy, and
most desirable means of travel in
those days, Mr. McKcon says at the
time his father left New York state
for Cleveland there were but three
Odd Fellows known to be iu the
entire state of Ohio. I Ic docsti' t know
how long his great uncle had the
regalia before giving it to his father
when he became anlOdd Fcllow.but
thinks it was a long term of years,
and thnt the relic must be about 75
or 80 years old. There nre very
few if nuy such old, well preserved
and beautiful specimen in existence
of the regalia of those early days,
and Mr. Hill is to be congratulated
upon its acquisition.
St. Johns P. 0. Building
Postmaster Monahau has kindly
handed us n copy of the bill that
has been introduced in the legisla
ture by Mr. I.affcrty our indefatig
able representative, which reads:
"A bill for the acquisition of n
site and the erection thereon of a
public building in St. Johns, Ore.
Be it enacted by the Senate of
the United States of America in
Congress assembled: That the Sec
retary of the treasury be, and he
is hereby, authorized and directed
to acquire, by condemnation or oth
erwise, n site in the city of St.
Johns, Multnomah county, Oregon,
and cause to le erected thereon a
suitable building not to exceed the
the sunt of fifty-five thousand dol
lars." This is just what we need in St.
Johns and the business men's asso
ciation, Commercial club and our
leaders iu St. John's industrial
world would do the city a good
service to communicate with Mr.
I.nfferty and give him whatever of
assistance ami support he may re
quire at their hands to make an
aggressive light for the passage of
this bill, Whatever is worth hav
ing is worth hustling for.
bill is known as H, R. 15971
A very happy wedding was con
summated last Saturday iu Judge
Gautcubeiu's court, when Wm. Tur
ner and Mrs. Rosalie Guile were
utiited iu marriage,
Mr. Turner is one of the most
faithful and trusted employes of
the Portland Woolen mill, and
Mrs. Turner has beeu a citizen of
St. Johus for several years, having
many warm friends iu the city.
The happy young people will make
their home at 116 South Fox street,
where a whole houseful of their
friends gathered Monday and gave
them an oldfashloued charivari and
house warmiug. Mr. Turner is 68
and Mrs. Turner 65 years of age
and the Review joins their many
friends iu wishing them many years
of unalloyed domestic felicity.
There was a bright baby
boru into the home of Mr.atid
Ben Hoover, Jr., Monday of
week and it is said the smile
adorns the handsome face of
happy lien-edict extends
around the back of his neck,
IMiouc Columbia CI
First National Bank bulldlnar.
ST. JOHNS, OREGON.
DR. J. VINTON SCOTT
Open ETsnltiffs and Sundays by Ap
pointment. Office I'lionc Columbia 140
Hcslilcut Phone Columbia 38
JOSEPH McCHESNEY, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Day & Night Offlca In MeChaanay bft.
St. Johns. . Ortfon.
Daniel 0. Webster, A. B. M. D
Residence, 697 Dawson Strett
Omco, I'litor Block.
University Pari, Portland, Oregon,
PERRY C. STROUD
First National Dank building
ST. JOHNS . . . OREGON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ST. JOHNS . . OREGON
We buy or sell St. Johns Property
AicKINNEY & DAVIS
List your property with us if you
desire to sell quickly
202 N. Jersey St. St. Johns
for Pslntlnl, KihomlnlnJ, SUlnlnf ins Virnlih-
inf. rspcr nint,inj 4 specially
41$ W. BIchmond Street
J. R. WEIMER
Transfer and Storag
Wa daliver vour iroods to and from
all porta of Portland, Vancouver,
ton. Portland and Suburban E
cuy ciock ana an pomu
07 wagon, riano and rurnKi
Office Phone Columbia 34
Residence Phone Columbia 198
Sl Johns Express, Transfer
and Storage Co.
Piano Moving 11 Specialty. Haul
ing done to and from Portland
Residence 400 Kast Richmond
Office 103 North Jersey Street
ST. JOHNS OARAGE
IN U. Ilurllncton Street
Automobile Repairing mid Vulcanising
Wc cull get you Auto Tires of nil kinds
lllcyclo and General Repalrlnr
11 connection. New nud secoiuf hand
ileycles for sale. Illcyclc tires In stock.
J. M. and V. I. WRAY, Props.
Phone Columbia 5H7.
CAMP 773 W. 0. VV.
11 a a d a y
I n Blek.
DORIC DODGC NO. 132
A. r. and A. M,
on lirst Wednesday of
each mouth In Odd Pel.
lows' Kail. Visitors web
S. Chas, Davis. W, M.
C, O, Rogers, Secretury
ORDER EASTERN STAR
Meets Hvery first and Third
Tuewlay livening of Rach
.Mouth III Odd I'cllow Hall.
Mrs, Susie Rogers, Secretary.
HOLMES LODGE NO. 101
knights or HVIIIIAS
Meets every I'riday uiht at
7.30 o'elock in I, O, O. V.
Hull, VUitors ulwuys wel
come. V. W. MASON, C. C.
I). 1'. HORSMAN, K, R.S
No. 1 86 I. O. O. I
ST. JOHNS, ORCCON
Uaeta each Monday gvenlng U Odd FaV
lows hall ut 7:30, A corillal'welcouie to
all visiting brothers.
each month iu M. V. A. Hall.
V, H. GUANGHR, Sec.
See us for the Choicest Cuts ef
the Best Meats Obtainable.
Ortfsr rWcd and ramify TraJa SHdUL
T. P. WARD, Proprietor.