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St. Johns Is Calling You
It seconJ in number of Industrie.
I seventh in population.
Cars to Portland every 16 rnln.
Mai navigable water on 3 aide.
Hot finest gns and electricity.
Has two strong banks.
Hat five large school houses.
Has abundance of purest water.
Has hard surface streets.
Has extensive sewerage system.
Has fine, modern brick city hall.
Has payroll of 95,000 monthly.
Ships monthly 2,000 cars freight.
All railroads have access to it.
Is gateway to Portland harbor.
Climate ideal and healthful.
St. Johns Is Calling You
Has seven churches.
Hot a most promising future.
Distinctively a manufacturing city
Adjoins the city of Portland.
Has nearly 6,000 population.
Has a public library.
Taxablo property, J4.5O0.OOO.
Has large dry docks, saw mills
Woolen mills, iron works,
Stove works, asbestos factory,
Ship building plant,
Veneer and excelsior plant,
Flour mill, planing mill,
Box factory, and others.
More industries coming.
St. Johns is the place for YOU.
ST. JOHNS REVIEW
Devoted to tbe Intereiti of the Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center of the Nortliweit
ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, SKPTKMUKK 19, 1913.
DOC GETS HIS
At Hands of the Bachelor
Club Monday Night
"Doc" Scott got his all right
Monday night at the hands of
his former mates- the Bachelor
Club. The members of this well
known organization have u 1'ac
ulty of celebrating any defection
from their society in a highly
original and distinctively unique
manner. The Doc had exce
lent reasons to expect that ho
would in nowise be overlooked
ufter he had suddenly and with
out due warning jumped the
ranks of the Bachelors to join
the larger and broader ranks of
the Benedicts, And he was not.
Any one who witnessed the dem
onstration on the streets Monday
evening can well attest to this
fact. In times past the "Doc"
has not manifested any particu
lar backwardness or apparent
hesitation in participating in the
incidents attendant upon the de
sertion of oilier members, and
to neglect to attend to his case
was not to be even thought of.
In order that the defection of
Dr. Scott be properly inaugurat
ed in a befitting manner, a seven
niece band from Portland was
kidnaped, invoighled or coerced
hither to lead the procession,
and before they were relieved
of further duty well earned their
stipend. Somehow and in some
manner not divulged to the lay
men mind, the Dr. was captured
by the Bachelors and dressed for
the part that he was to play in
the events to follow. And it
wus some dress- if such it might
be termed. It absolutely beg
gared accurate description, and
laid to be seen to properly real
ize and appreciate its "horrors."
The scribe unwittingly managed
to get one horrified glance at it,
and what he saw was this: A
skirt built mainly of mosquito
netting, and underneath a gar
ment that modesty forbids de
scription, but sufUce to say that
wo never before knew of such u
garment being part of a young
man's wardrobe. A lady's jacket
and a female hat of most be
coming and alluring pattern
placed coqucttiahly upon the
Dr. 's head completed the outfit.
It was heralded in stentorian
tones by a Bachelor in tho pro
cession armed with a megaphone
that it was an X-ray dress, and
if sucli was the case, we can
well understand why Mayor Al
bee of Portland ordered the veil
drawn over the X-rays gowns of
that city. To make suro that
none should fail to observe that
the Dr. was attired in tho latest
and most modern of feminine nt
t?re, one of tho "executioners"
most thoughtfully and consider
ately and with unerring skill
continued to play tho rays of a
powerful electric flashlight upon
the Dr.'s symmetrical nether
limbs, which were snugly en
cased in a pair of stockings of n
crimson hue and feminine gen
der. With Drum Major C. S. Currin
and Heralder Cormany und the
megaphone in tho lead, tho "hun
gry seven" band following, and
the Dr. with his retinue of re
tainers bringing up the rear, the
strange procession marched up
and down and over and across
the main streets of the city,
while tho sidewalks were lined
with spellbound spectators.
The chief of police was attract
ed to the scene, rubbed his eyes
in utter amazement, and then
turned aside to hide his blushes.
After he had composed his feel
ings to such a degree that he
was able to train one eye on the
a la mode costume, the idea fi
nally began to impress itself up
on his mind that he had at last
found the thing "that he long
had sought, and mourned be
cause he found it not"- an X
ray dress, and the simon pure
article at that. Thunder struck,
startled and abashed as he was,
he nevertheless remembered
that it was his duty as chief of
police to place the wearer under
arrest. 'Buthefelt that it was
a duty that required aid in the
capturing, so he sought Night
Policeman Jones, who bashfully
agreed to cooperate in the ar
rest, but not without trepidation
and a fnst beating heart. Sum
moning all their bravery to the
effort, the duo asserted their au
thority and placed the Dr. under
arrest, against the protests and
lamentations of his followers.
As he was being placed in dur
ance vile in the local bastile, the
entire crowd of club members
The St. Johns Undertaking
Co., with Thos. Grice manger,
will bo opened up for business
next week in the McDonald
block on North Jersey street.
It is one of the best arranged
and finest equipped undertaking
establishments to be found in
uny small city. Just inside the
entrance is twin offices rooms,
one in which to attend to the
wants of gentlemen, and the
other for the ladies, both being
nicely furnished. The chapel is
next with a seating capacity Tor
100 people, a rostrum and a pri
vate enclosure for mourners to
screen them from the gaze of
the curious during the services.
Next comes tho display room
where funeral garments of all
kinds are kept and displayed.
in tuts line Air. unco has some
of tho finest garments as well as
some of the less expensive, and
he has adopted an admirable
manner of displaying them. Back
of this room is an apartment for
talcing care ol the dead, with
cement floor and all sanitary
conditions fully observed. In a
long and rather narrow compart
ment along the side of the room
is contained quite a number of
caskets of the latest pattern and
most beautiful designs. At the
extreme rear of the building is
situated the ware -house and car
penter shop. In an outside build
ing is contained three vehicles
of beauty and substantiality.
One is a magnificent hearse, an
other the casket wagon, which
is also a thing of beauty, and the
last the ambulance car. ulso of
handsome design and finish, all
of which are rubber tired and
fully equipped for the different
purposes. Altogether tho under
taking parlors arc most complete
and up to date in every respect.
Air. Urice extends a cordial
invitation to the people of St.
Johns to inspect his establish
ment between the hours of 2:30
and 5. and 7:110 and 9 o'clock p.
m. Wednesday of next week,
which opportunity our people
should take advantage of.
Hev. J. J. Patton, who has
been transferred to rairoanus.
Alaska, delivered his farewell
address Sunday evening to his
congregation. Ho took for his
subject tho "Centurian's Ser
vice." Tho work or tho uontu
rian, he said, hud been helpful,
faithful, and his labors effective
for the people, yet in his own
estimation he was not worthy,
but in the estimation of the peo-
) e he hud been wholly worthy
and was an esteemed and effi
cient servant. Rev. Patton re
viewed some of the work of tho
past and said his relations with
tho people of St, Johns and the
congregation had always been
pleasant. At the close of the
services members of tho congre-
agtion said farewell and ex
pressed their regret at his de-
ntrture. Mr. and Mrs. 1'ntton
oft Monday morning forSeattle,
where they expected to take a
steamer for Alaska.
and spectators accompanied the
arrested one, even down to the
portals of tho darkest dungeon,
where the Dr. was incarcerated,
After considerable dickering,
an amount oi nan was agreea
upon, which was assembled from
the pockets of his friends, and
the Dr. was allowed to mako his
way to the club rooms, where he
with much difficulty extricated
limself from the "glad rags"
and assumed more seasonable
and less conspicuous garments.
Many of the spectators believed
the arrest was genuine and much
sympathy was expressed for the
plight of the hapless ur. Thru
it a the Dr. was game and tooK
the jollification with good humor
and as if he were enjoying it as
much as his "tormentors," but
lie says he doesn't intend to
make a habit of wearing X-ray
gowns although he realizes they
are most becoming and attract
lots of attention.
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Matters of Importance
All members were present at
tho regular meeting of tho city
council Tuesday evening, with
Mayor Bredeson presiding.
A.S.Benson and A. M, Stearns
asked for permission to lay an
eight foot strip of bitulilhic
puvement in the center of Polk
street, leading from Willamette
boulevard to their properties
west ot the boulevard, which
wus readily granted.
A petition signed by over 100
citizens asked that the Caplcs
tract on Dawson street be in
cluded in the proposed public
park or playground system.
Referred to the park committee.
An arc light was ordered in
stalled nt the corner of Rich
mond and Seneca streets, upon
recommendation of the water
and light committee.
The matter of improvement of
Willamette boulevard between
Burlington street and St. Johns
avenue, and also lrom Hurling-
ton street to Richmond street,
were discussed and held over
for another week in order that
the engineer and city attorney
might ascertain definitely the
the excess cost, if any, that
might exist in case of improve
ment upon each individual piece
1 f .., r ,1. .
unuici urccnt, uskcu lor me
privilege of lonbing tho river
end of Fesscnden street for the
purpose of tying up logs, etc.,
thereat. Matter wus referred to
the streets und docks committee.
The following bids were re
ceived for the improvement of
Burlington street between Cen
tral uvenuo and Jersey street,
by sidewalk and grade: J. Ilahu,
$Ui)SM j V. W. Mason. $1578.57.
Tho bid of Mr. Hahn being the
lowest, he wus awurded the con
tract. A number of offers of land for
park purposes were received by
the Mayor, as follows:
Columbia Trust Co. Ono acre
at 026 Willamette boulevard,
includes substantial dwelling
and seventy fruit trees; price
P. Hill Tract 90.3x490 feet in
Hill's Addition, $0,000; tract 200
xlt; feet, Hill's Addition, $8,800;
tract 200x321 feet, same addi
East St. Johns Iuui Co.--One
acre on Fessonden between Tio
ga and Buchanan, $4000.
H. A. Carlson 10.80 acres on
Central avenue, $2500 per aero.
T. F. Levens Ten lots, in all
200x200 in size, bounded by
Olympia, Charleston, Hartman
and Oswego Btreets, $500 per lot.
A. M. Steams- Tract between
Willametto boulevard and tho
railroad, $9500; also options by
L. C. Allen and S. V. Culver for
land adjoining, ut $5000 and
Mrs. Nancy Caples--Three
acres on Dawson street at St.
Johns Heights, $12,000.
Fred Krosel Four lots in
Chipman's Addition, $3000.
J. F. Gillmore Seven acres
near brick plant, $2000 per acre;
also one-half old Catlin place, 135
x200 feet, $3000.
Anna L. Vennum Tract of 3
acres with 200 feet frontage on
Willamette boulevard and 20 feet
on Richmond street, $9000.
Mrs. E. V. W. Cramer--1.89
acres on Willametto boulevard,
J. F. Neff- -4.22 acres on Cen
tral avenue, south, $6,500.
S. C. Cook Three acres be
tween Polk and Tyler streets,
H. GordonBlock bounded by
New York, Edison, Fessenden
and Fillmore streets, $6000.
J. Thatcher- Jf block bounded
by New York, N. Fillmore and
Edison streets, $3850.
Jaeger Bros.- Block and one
half between Buchanan und
Dawson streets, $7500.
In a number of instances the
above prices do not include pres
ent bonded indebtedness for
The offers were turned over to
the park committees, which will
likely select three or four of
what is considered the most at
tractive and suitable, and placed
before the people at a special
election that may probably be
called for November to vote up
on bonds for purchase of the
Alderman Munson stated that
complaint had been made con
cernmg a leakage in the water
mains on Willamette boulevard
The Corps of Teachers
Following are the instructors
selected to tench the schools of
St. Johns and the salaries they
High School Principal, Chas.
A. Fry, $130; assistants, Ethel
B. Rundall, $100; M. Dorothea
Clinton, $85: R. G. White, $100.
Central School City Superin
tendent and Principal, Chas. II.
Boyd. $190; assistants, Mabel F.
Burghduff, $80; Opal Crecraft,
$67; II. Mao Jefferson, $77.50;
Edna P. Smith. $70; Myrtle E.
Anders, $75: Myrtle A. Weeks,
$70; Marciu Romig, $62.50;
Grace Rogers,$67.50; Alda Over
street, $70; Mao Belknap, $70;
Lydia Villeneuvo, $72.50; Oro
Wilson, $62.50; Lula E. Parmloy,
North School Principal, Nel
lie M. Stevens, $95; assistants,
Anna B. Kennedy, $70; Flora
McNiven, $57.50; Martha Test,
$62.50; Madge Dunn. $75; Ger
trude Mitchell, $72.50.
East Schorl- Principal, Emma
T.CInnton. $82.50; Lucy D.Hoye.
$80; Ruth Ctwch. $57.50.
Special music Mrs. IS.L. uoo
vert, $23; drawing and sewing.
Effie McDaniels. $80: manual
training, Agnes Watkins, $48;
making u total of 30 teachers at
salnries aggregating $23,400 for
the year. The position of in
structor in domestic science has
not yet been supplied.
A Paying Industry
That the plain common potato
can be turned into a money pay
ing industry by manufacturing
the surplus crop into alcohol,
starch, glucose and decsiccated
putoto, is the announcement
mude by C. C. Moore, assistant
chemist in the United States
Bureau of Chemistry, who was a
viistor at the Portland Commer
cial Club last week. Mr. Moore
is on a tour investigating the
potato production of Oregon with
a view of securing information
as to what is being done with
the surplus tuber. Approximate
ly 600.000 tons of glucose is con
sumed in the United Stales a
year und 10,000 tons or more is
the demand ol the i'ucillo uast
states. Practically there is no
storch or glucose factory on tho
Coast, Mr. Moore explained, aim
the department is desirous of
encouraging tho industry. That
th sisa manufacturing enterprise
of considerable dividend paying
is plainly shown by Mr. Moore's
figures, that between $500. 000
to $750,000 is sent annually into
the corn belt for this product.
Our townsman, I). C. Lewis has
suggested and advocated that
tho St. Johns Commercial cluu
endeavor to have such a factory
locate in St. Johns and the club
is taking steps to get parties in
terested in such a project. It is
said that many tons of potatoes
are fed yearly to stock and
thrown awav in the Tualatin
Valley and around this immedi
ate neighborhood that wouiu be
come ot value were a starch and
glucose factory at hand to take
care of the excess.
Hit Hi n stroot and St.
Johns avenue, and tho water und
light committeo was directed to
tnko 1111 the mnttor with the wa
ter company and have the defect
remedied. Also that tho water
company be requested to flush all
fire hydrants monthly.
Tim nitv nttnrnov was directed
to seek a proposition from L. I).
Jackson, operator of tho Whit
wood quarry, relative to furnish-
ing rocK 10 uiu cuy u ai, omnia,
Tim following bills were allow
ed and ordered paid :
Joseph McChesney, library
rent, $20; Wm. Foster, watching
building, $3; IS. U. Kobison,
burning weeds, $5; Geo. Skaar,
hnrnirm- wnwls. S5i St. Johns
Lumber Co., lumber, $30.72; St.
Johns Express and Transporta
tion Co., work during August,
$18.40: E. C. Robison. work on
street, $10; John Klumm, work
on street, 2U; ueo. SKuur, wont
on street, $10: Bert Olin, work
on street. $15: Peninsula Sand
and Gravel Co., hauling and fur
nishing rock, $414.70; Peninsula
Iron Works, material and labor
detention room, $56.35; John
Kline, work on street, $15; mak
in a total of $629.17.
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.
In order to Insure a change of ad
vertisement the copy for such change
should reach this office not later than
Wednesday, at 3 o'clock p. m. Please
remember this and mvi the printer.
Interesting Notes for the
f1... XT Ilnn,i
Bates- Russian road to China.
Areinint of a ioiirnev ueross
Siberia and Mongolia, relating
adventures and impressions in a
Cheiro- When were you bonu
A book of popular astrology.
The author has made a profes
sion of reading character and
indicating the future by astrolo
gy for 20 years, and he makes
the bold claim for Ins little vol
ume that it is "a book which
will bring success."
Churchill -Inside or tho cup.
Ilv Hn ntiHtor of Richard Car
vel, The Crisis, The Crossing,
"Biinrcr and broader than any
thing Mr. Churchill has yet
written, this novel is destined
to hoof importance among think
ing people, a is worm reading
fn ftu mini tfmriiuit. for tho en
joyment of a story well told, for
what it teaches, and a careless
world might do well to learn
tuliiif if tniwhon Tim love storv
offers a refreshing contrast to
much that is over heated in tne
fiction of the day."
Harrison- V. vs eyes.
At rirut nltrlit. Hm title of Hen-
t Svilnnr I InrrMHmi'H now book
conveyed the impression that the
tinvnl miirlit. lw II Hlllv loVOStOrV.
oi perhaps some sort of an opti-
i.til flntnaimi. It. i'l Hlliil that tllO
publishers questioned the author
as to whether it migni noi uo
well to change to a less sensa
tional title. The author prefer
red to stick to his choice, how-iivni-
mill hid renders now under
stand why. It isn't often that
the character ol a strong man is
read in his eyes, as It Ib in this
remarkable book. Hero is a man
without linv nhvsicnl attractions
except his penetrating and sym
nuHmtiu eves, who accomplishes.
largely through their power, an
amount of uplil ting wont una
should be an insn ration to so
cial workers everywhere.
" A -trim storv." 11 nlcttirc
straight from life, showing the
homo side 01 1110 amnions nun
tnllinir tho love storv of Laddie.
the big brother of the Stanton
family, and Pamela I'ryor, an
English girl. Hero again, as in
HVonklnn. A fiirl of tho Limber-
lost, and The Harvester, one has
a sense of being very close to
tho lieart of nature in llowerand
bird, and very closo to the heart
of man in the -purest and best
emotions of life."
Van Dyke Tho Opal sea.
A hook for nil Invars of boautv
and for all who love the sea. A
paragraph from the prefaco fol
lows: "Indeed, my title is not so
fiintimtio ns 01m iniirht think.
Wo have always heard of tho son
as deep blue and fanciod, per
haps, it could bo no oinor coior;
yet if you look down upon it
from u cull where it llows over
white rocks you will find it a
shade of green, and if you
plunge beneath the surface and
open your eyes undor water you
will discover it is still anothor
shadoof green. Whatever hue
is in tho skv. whatever tint may
hn nroilneod hv heat or cold, by
sunlight or moonlight or cloud
light, the water mirror win give
it liiir-W. Tho sea is not blue or
green or yellow alone, but all tho
rainbow hues blended and luseu
by sunlight into irredescent
fire. Therefore, why not the
In discussing the lack of prop
er charting of tho Pacific in the
vicinity ot Alaska, itenresenta
tive Bryan of the State of Wash
ington told the House recently
that Congress has never taken
Alaska seriously enough and he
asserted that it is "one of the
duties of the Washington delega
tion to soo that the National
fnnitnl dons not lunse into the
view that Alaska is the home of
blizzards and ice and snow and
that all it needs is to have a
fence built around it.
Currin says: We will develop
any size roll film free of charge.
Special cut rate prices on print
ing. We use EASTMAN TEST
ED CHEMICALS and prints are
made on VELOX paper, the pa
per made to fit tho amateurs'
negatives. Bring in your next
roll of film3.
SHEER FABRICS ARE COMBINED WITH
FUR, VELVET AND SILVER RIBBON
It I aald that noma of Ilia leading
Pnrls deslgnm whon In uuest ot fresh
liinptrntlon for a gown will go into
garden, and, Norlng a particular flower.
Will evolve h costume which carrka
out It color mid nnme of It farm.
Thin season It must have been a ver
llnliln Imttcrrly In llio garden which
prompted the making of Rituio-llke
wIiik on blouses ami skirt ntid trim
mint; them with Nllvnr nml itny colored
tilonnoinn, Notlcrulilo ntylo fonturas In
the icnwn on thn right urn the llowtrnd
pink un, with n dp bnnd ot satin
to match, a chiffon blouio and tunic
wired on thn bottom In thn novl
"lamp Khndn" funhlon, thn mousmrn
how und thn hand of Alnaka sabln fur
trlmmliiK Thn rklrt Is out In ttiron
plcco, and thn tunlo In two. I'attcrn
No, 734, which cornea In thra slsss for
mlNHftM - It, 17 and ll-limy tin uand to
dupllcnto thl dchutanta frock. Hlsn It
To obtain either pattern lllMtralt nil
out Ibis coupon aud Incloee II cents In
etanipe or coin, lie aura to atete uumber
of p-tltern sad alie, lueaaurlnaT ever the
fullest part of the Lint for dlmanalnns.
Aililreaa 1'attorn l)Mrniil.
BOUGHT BY J, J, HILL
John O, Sliuw Is In receipt or a lot
tor from hU brother, Thouiurt Htiaw,
who Is now In Kuropo tmrohunliiK
thorniiKh-britl cnttlo for Jumea J. UIU,
KlvliiK tho Information that inuny arli
loeratlo bnvlutw will bo uddod to Mr,
IIIII'h herd. Tho vory bunt which can
bo round acroH tho wutor uru being
tsoloctcd, und thu quiHitloii or prlco I
not I'titcrlnK Into tho matter to any
Krcut extent, us fii.OOU hint beeu paid
for a bull, nml others am bulnt
boiiKht ut correspondliiKly IiIk prices.
Tho letter HtatwH that tweuty-olKht
shorthorn und tutdvo Ayrshire! have
been purchistNl, und Unit tho writer
hud vlsltml many IhiiiIh buforu buylnic
tho tdiorlhorn. iih ho wait determined
to Kt only tho boat- llo coutlnuos:
"I uiu positive that wo have bought
thu heat hurd or shorthorim that evor
loft BiiKluud. Tho uvruK prlco for
thoui was JtiOO. und for tho Ayrahlroi,
1350. Ono of tho bulls ooHt J2,0O9, aud
wuh it 4-year-old ut that. No ono can
toll mo dual purpose cattlu cannot ba
bred. Tho IiIrIiuhI priced cattlu In
KiiKland ura tho dual Bhortliornx
Many kIvo 10.000 ponndu of inlllc per
your, und at the sumo llnio producu
tho host ol ber moors. I buvo eeourod
twnnty-two Oxtorda pnd twenty-two
Shropshire slioop. aud Mr. Hill has
cabled mo to Ret three Angus bull,
and I am startiiiK tonight tor Aber
deen, Hcotlund, to get them,"
Jleroro rotiirnlue, Mr. Bhawwlll visit
Holland for the purpoue of obtaining
u herd ot llolsteliis. uud from there
will go to Franco to buy French dairy
cuttle, u breed llttlu known In tbla
Mr. Shaw was for several years
head of tho agricultural college at
(Jiiolph, Ontario, aud was afterward aa
Instructor In tho University of Minne
sota. Ho Is tho uuthor or fifteen
works on agriculture, many or them
being used us text books in tbe dif
ferent colleges, and Is designated by
James J. Hill as one of tbe beot If not
tbe best agriculturalist la America.
We have but one quality in
our proscription drugs und cliem-
icals" THIS VisitY m5i--unu
wo have had education and ex-
nnpinncn in nrfisni-mtioil com
pounding. Better bring your
nnvt nresci'intinn to us and note
tho care it gets. Currins for
Not tha label on your papar.
will ro'iulr 4K yards of 19 Inch ma
There la an Indescribable charm
about nmy dreaaea for younir girls,
whether the materials are etpenalre or
quite the reverse. Kashlon lu hsr
ordering of frocks for this wlntsr has
favortd nelN, of which a dotted va
riety Is seen In the Illustration. It hus
a three piece gathered skirt, drawn In
near thn foot with two straight gath
ered rufllea, liuvlng tuck shlrrlngs
abovn. Thn quaint surplice Dchu has
been revived and appears lu a new
way above the girdle ot ualln ribbon,
Thn Imiws on the skirt and sleevss and
the narrow top of the girdle are of rose
valval ribbon, with silver lasaals, I'at
tern 7911 ran he used to reproduce this
almple dancing frock, It Is out In three
sls II, 17 and II, Hlie II will re
qulrn ii yards of SI Inch net. Klftetn
Name , ,.
At the Land Show
Oregon will be represented ut
tho Cliicuiro Land Show which
will he held in that city thin
year from November 20th to De
cember 8th. with a complete ox-
.bibit displaying all of the indint
tries and iiKrlcultural resources
!of OroKon. ArranBcmentH have
! been made for a hiiiico of 400
j square feet for a booth with lec
ture privileKOS, where lectures
will bo jjiven daily. Tho exhibit
'will bo in charge of the State
j ImmiKrntion aent. The work
jof Kuthorinn exhibits to send to
i the land show is already under
way, and communities desiring
' to exhibit their products are urjr
I ed to communicate with the State
1 Immitrration HKont at once, in
order that arrangements can be
made to assemble the display in
iadvanco of the oponinir of the
show. That this will bo a great
advortisintr medium for such
communities is evident through
the number of inquiries that
have been received from land
show exhibits aa have been ex
hibited before. Such products
as Brains, grosses and diversifi
ed crops always prove to be an
attraction at such shows.
Office Phone Columbia 24
Residence IMiouc Columbia 19S
St. Johns Express, Transfer
and Storage Co.
Piano Moving u Specialty. Haul
ing done to aud from Portland
Residence 400 Knst Richmond
Office 103 North Jersey Street
Dally trips to I'ortlaud,
CHAS. SAOHUT, Prop.
We buy or sell St. Ichns Property
McKINNEY & DAVIS
List your property with us if you
desire to sell quickly
202 N. Jersey St. St. Johns
Bring In your job prlnUug wb.Ua
you think of it. Dou't wait uuUl you
aro entirely out. Wo oro equipped
to turn out ueat aud tasty printing
promptly at Portland prlooa or Iom.