Hfforc, ST. Johns review VOLUME 14 ST. JOHNS, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1918. NUMBER 2G Our Political News Letter By F. J. Kupfer. Now that Mr. Huston has boon disposed of in the Senato rial race, and cxGovernor West been given a reminder to "shin ny on his own side," the hour of our discontent will soon be upon us. The adjectives thnt are being transfused in the cir cumnambient atmosphere anions: iho Senatorial aspirants is get tine somewhat on our nerves. They arenot satisfied in hurling innocent verbiage at each other, but aro compelled to seek assis tance from the outside. Mr.Mc Nary's ifriends 'have their re doubts and reenforccmcnts cs cradrilled somewhere within the citadel of the Capitol, and which is in command of a war rior, who is known as a great "drawing card." Ho has the faculty of not only drawing the teeth from some obscure sore snot but he is also willing to draw tho whole in with him. While on tho other Bide wo bo gin to boo tho wool fly, and when "Bob" Stanfield begins to null woollook'out for bald spots. Bob is a fighter and it's ducks for him to get into a scrap with a Dentist. As to tho outcomo of To France! To France! The words are few. "To France." JusfsimDlv two. But O.the meanlmr they convev. As when with trembl ina lins wo say Goodbye," and see him march away. And know he's sailed bevond the uay To France. To France! But ere he'goes To France, A heart ho known Will over for him waiting bo. A heart to which he holds thn key. When he'll come, come back to me. When wo have gained world's liberty In France! ToFrance! And when they leave For.4Franco A heart will trriovo: A mother stays tho falling tear, a mothers heart trrows cold with fear For her one boy. that lad most dear, Ability Recognized A flng raising took place at the Portland Manufacturing Compiny's plant last Saturday at the noon hour. J. R. John son, for several years pastor of the local Christian church, but now public speaker for the ship builders of tho Northwest, made a soul stirring, inspiring and intensely patriotic address. Concerning Mr. Johnson, a Portland daily says: "Twentythrce thousand six hundred and seventy-one ship builders armed in the holy cause of Liberty and in such n coun try as that which we possess aro invinciuio oy any force the enemy can send against us." Patterned nftcr n statement made by the illustrious Patrick Henry in his famous "Give me ' or ttive me death" speech, that is the contention of R.J. Johnson. shinworker orator. and he does not hesitate to tjll his fellow workmen so. Twenty three thousand six hundred and seventy-one is tho number of shipworkers in the Oregon dis trict. Mr. Johnson is the man who was appointed sneaker for na tional service section of the Books Recently Received! A Juvenile Orchestra this momentous question as to Now on the ship that's drnwlng- ,EmcArKOn)cy , l'c,Qt corporation who is right or wrong the public will naturally step in ana uo the umpiring themselves, which will bo on May the ltn, and wo in vlto tho nubile to attend en masse without fail. ruin orshine. this irrcat public ovent, which will go down in history as one of tho biggest and best exhibitions over given on earth. Wo rnro of the opinion that MrRalnh E. Williams, tho Re nublican candidate for National Committeeman, will receive tho largest majority of any enndidato on tho ticket. Ho desorves it, and by nil means should ho the ropresnntativo of the Republican nartv to tho next National Con vention. Ho is considered one of tho best informed men in the country on political party mat tors, and through his knowledge and oxporionco it is tho proper thing for nil Republicans to give him tholr'suppcrt at tho coming election. Tho candidates for Governor nroll horo in tho city, with tho excoption of Governor Withy combo, who is attending to his duties nt Salem and leaving the management to his friends. L.J. Simpson will begin to havo his Coos Bay boosters horo and givo tho natives n taste of what thoy can do in tho way or mak ing a noiso that will bo heard oven in Washington. Gus Mosor tho man who intonds to put tho "paying trusts" on thojblink is nlso going'to havo some of his staunch supporters in tho en closure givo a surprise to the citizens of this city and county within tho next week. Gus likes to tantalize his opponents by quoting bcrlpture the only candidate from Multnomah coun ty in which ho is very pro ficient, at times. Dr. Anderson is making hay while tho sun shines and be lieves in dry spells in or out of seasons. Tho Doctor says ho will get all of those votes the dry ones and a few near dry ones. We doubt not. But lest we forget, our neighbor from Astoria is wetting his lips to wage unceasing war against tho monster "Wave of Drought in desserts parched with hideous thirsts," and if the bookings of tho advanced press sheets are correct there will flow at regular intervals a deluge of no whis key, no pure quill but the vin tage of Bacchus and Vinero. Blessed are those who want nothing stronger than 6 years old. Wonder what's the matter with Gov. West since he made his announcement of withdraw ing from the Senatorial race if the other fellows did it first. The contest for the position of Circuit Judge in the 4th and 6th Departments is beginning to get interesting. For Dept. No. 4 Judge Staple ton is being toted for the win ner, but Arthur I. Moulton is coming up strong and Mr. Orton is also getting considerable at tention from different organiza tions of which he is a member. The rest of them wont cut much of a figure. For Department No. 6 John E. Owen is making considerable progress in his campaign. Judge McCredie is also winning votes on account of his previous experience on the bench, while Judge Ganten bein is relying solely on his rec ord for the past ten years as Circuit Judge. Judge Ganten bein has made a fair and impar tial judge and his decisions have been upheld in most cases by the Supreme Court. For County Commissioner there are several who are go ing to run away ahead of the ticket, but we wont say yet who' near. To'France. To France! And yet again To France We're Bcndlntr men- Men who will daro to do and die. Men who will go without a cry, And never nsk tho question w Wo owo this debt, now wo'l comply In France. To Franco! To pny that debt To France, For Lafuvott: When in those days, those days or old. Franco sont to us hor warriors bold. Sont us her knights in bands untold. So wo sond oura now mnnlfold. io franco. To Franco! We'll no'or forgot 0 France, Wo owo that debt: Wo send to you brave men and stronjr. Wo Bend them to avenge wron And now Lthoy go a mighty throng. Bringing a cheor and song along lo franco. To Franco And thero nro eomo In Franco Who'll never come. And some who'll wait hero and play Ah. yes forever and "a day. Whose loved ones fell amidst the fray. Iheso aro tho ones who'll wait alway, 0 France. by A P. Rarkhurst. Jr.. the secretary, when ho was in Port land recently. Mr. Johnson it tho timo was foreman of ways one at tho urnnt Smith-Porter Ship company's pant. Mr. Pnrkhurst was mnrcssod with Mr. Johnson's ability to make an address and o icred him the job. Ho is to tour the country as a s h pworker orator and will mnko addresses lo his fellowship workers, lie will appear in his regular working clothes. Uonlirmntlon of Air. Johnson's nppointmcnt was received May 1st and he is now awn t ntr as signmcnt. In the meantime ho Is appear ntr in yards of tho Oregon district. Wednesday ho mado his farewell address to tho workers in the Grant Smith Porter yard. Mr. Johnson's selection is noteworthy not only from tho stnndpo nt of i s abil ity, but from tho fact that ho was 'discovered" in tho shin. yard that has established several world's reqprds, among them being tho launchinir of a wooden hull in fifty working days. As tokens of respect, workmen in tho Grant Smith-Porter yard presented Mr. Johnson with a gold watch and handsome suit case. Ho was also presented n gold fountain pen by tho mem bora of a lodgo to which ho bolongs. Klickmnnn-The Little Git Knitting and Crochet Book. Now thnt every grownup is mak ing woolly things, the little girl will want to bo doing like wise. These pages show her how to mnke pretty and useful I things in knitting and crochet. and she is taught to do the simple stitches and easy pnt terns In small pieces of work thnt will not tiro her. Kreps Camp and Trail Meth ods. Information needed not only by the tourist and summei camper, but nlso by the hunter, trapper, prospector, fisherman. Written by a practical woods man. Pnttcrson Twenty Lcsson3on Poultry. An elementnry trent iso prepared under the direction of tho American Poultry. As II To Franco! Thus tlrey all go To France, And all we know is tney aro there yes, over there, Across tho aeaTand fighting lair. And they will do and die and dare To go to fight to be Borne where In France. Exchange. they are. Philo Holbrook has had one term and has made good. Ralph Hoyt is one of our best known citizens and deserv es a large vote. Mr. lhomas is well known among the Fraternal lodges and will also receive marked attention. Mr. Daly is expected to get considerable votes, having had a seat in the City Council as Commissioner. Mr. Bailey is also a factor in the race. As to Mr. Holman, we are at sea as to his strength. Chas. A. Johns, candidate for Justice of the Supreme Court is one of the best known attorneys in the city. Mr. Johns is a man of wide experience in legal lore. He has been practising law for nigh onto forty years. He has lived in this state since 1858 when he came over the plains with his parents in his mother's arms, we believe Mr. Johns, if elected would be impartial in dealing out justice. He has the faculty of reasoning to a large degree and is broadminded, hu man and strictly honest. At the coming primary elec tion there will be a measure to be voted on to regulate the Jit neys. The measure, or rather it's called an ordinance, is the first one on the ballot. It is to regulate and operate the jitneys over fixed routes and during certain hours, providing trans fers, for examination of dhaf feurs and motor busses and for giving bonds. Wo have just received tho Magazino called Motor-West published In Las Angeles giving n description of how tho new system is being regulated in San Francisco. It is operated bv tho Muniehml Street Railway, which is owned tho city. Iho Motor Bussos aro run in connection with tho street car system and are run on schedule time. Tho chalTuers aro alt licensed and must give bonds. Each bus has a seating capacity of 18 persons and all tho conveniences such as sani tary straps hang from tho ceil ings and electrically lighted are part of tho comforts. Passen gers pay as they enter and the main entrance la onerated bv a crank at tho driver's seat. Llectric lighted route signnls on tho roof designate tho ter minal noints and electric nush buttons are placed opposite each seat. During the first five days three busses were in operation and they covered 728. GG9 and 576 miles, respectively. if the peoplo voto yes to this ordinance it is marked 100 on the ballot it will brine about a service that will be appreciat ed and will not be a menace to the life and destruction of prop- erty. We have had in the past, when jitneys were running wild, too many accidents and no rec ompense from them for pecu niary damaces. Hence we have made up our mind that in vot ing for the ordinance which is first on the ballot public interest and life will be safe guarded and protected. uocotion. Clear, concise, we illustrated. Especially intone cd for boys and girls who wis to get a start in poultry raising Reed Western Bird Guide, A convenient, pocket size mnnun of birds of tho Rockies and west to tho Pacific. Colored illustra tiona. U.S. Committee on Public In formation The Bnttle Line o Democracy. An invaluable col lection of prose and notry o tho world war. Includes the President's war message. Sev enty-throe selections in a'l. mowing- a List oi nays anc; Other Dramatic Material Com piled for tho Junior Red Cross Smith- Tho Home Made Kin dcrgnrtcn. "Since tho kinder gnrtcn is not, like tho Holy scpuichcr, a well delincd spot within certain gcogrnphica limits, to which nil true heliev ers must repair: Binco it is not absolutely dependent upon the ministrations of a pticstcss versed in tho faith: since its virtue docs not wholly Ho in tho specially devised balls am diocks unu bucks mid papers which it uses; since, finally, it is a philosophy, not a system of object teaching, its essentials may bo learned by any one of hear iik car and urn erdtand nir a heart." Mothers' Day Sunday For Sale or Trade An almost new five room modern bungalow within walking distance of Reed College. Will trade for choice St. Johns home and pay difference. Dr. W. J. Gilstrap, owner. For Sale Good gas ranee. guaranteed good baker, very cheap. 'Call 818 E. Burr street. Pocket Knives the Made in America Guranteed kind, is the kind Currins sell. NU Um laUl on your pfr. Mothers' Day will bo observ ed in song and sermon Sunday morning at tho Methodist church. Instead of tho ovonliw services. all Methodists of the city unite in a groat patriotic service at lp. m. at tho Auditorium. Bis hop Mnthew Simpsqn Hughes will bo tho sneaker, nnd tho united choirs of Portland Meth odism will furnish tho music. Tho object of this meeting is to t.M? it. . . f 1 niouiiizu mo enure denomina tion and put It at tho disr.o3iilof tho Government till the war ends In. victory. Methodism is asking that every income pro ducing member of tho church givo to a war work rund, na a minimum, nn nmount enual to one dny's wage.- Reported. The object of Mothert,' Day Is to brighten the lives of our Mothers and to mnko them more honored, loved nnd protected by their children; to remind sons and daughters, especially busy, successful men and women, of tho unselfish devotion of their mothers, nnd possibly of their own selfish neglect of their par ents. To nsk men, women and children to make their Mothers feel this May day, that in her children's hearts she is "queen of the May." How to observe the day: Every mnn, womnn and child who feels that ho or sho had or has tho best Mother that, over lived, is asked to observe the day by wearing a white carna tion in honor of his Mother, and as a badge of love and loyalty; also to help the observance of the day by gMngawhite fiower to at least one other person. The white carnation is preferred if it can be obtained, because it is thought to typify Mother Love, its color standing for pur' ity; its fiower, beauty; its last ing qualities, faithfulness; its fragrance, love; and its wide growth, charity. Show -your Mother some special kindness this day in words of affection and appreciation; by a gift or a visit to her, or by a letter if ab sent from her. If she be not living, bless the life of some other Mother in memory of her. Tho Knights and Ladies of Security held another large meeting last Monday night by way oi initiations and a general good time. The hall was filled to tho full seating capacity and tnen some, having visitors from the var ous counci s of tho eitv. Sister Davidson, president of Kirkpntnck Council filling tho chair of Pres. Campbell, giving the initlntory work. Tho final arrangements were comnloted for the purchaso of the St. Johns skating rink. Tho deed 'S in the hands of tho trustees and the final work of trottinir ready to remodel the building will begin immcolntely after the 1st of the month. The ice cream and cake furnished by tho ladies of tho order was enjoyed by all. They then proceeded to dance the rest of tho evening. Sister Moroing presented her Juvenile Drill Team, composed of 12 little girls, who went through their floor work in n manner that would make Borne of ou old timers sit up and take notice, especially when the little tots put on tho initials of their order. They were encor ed until tho little ones began to tire out. Sister nnd Brother Moroing havo just got a Juv enile orchestra composed of 10 nieces under the leadership of Mrs. Frank Rico, who will fur nish music to their council, and on Monday night at our onen meeting every member Is re quested to attend nnd henr those wonderful little mus clans. They and tho other members of tho Juveniles on I' ridny evening, May 19th, will to Kirkpntrick on their work as tho older attend St. Johns' Honor Roll in a go in a body Council and p it thero, as woll members will oociy. uor. t lorget their open incctimr Monday oven ntr. Al so their regular Saturday night dance, mo members nttondecJ tho Portland Council in South Portland. Thursday ovonlnir and hnd a fine time. Every mother is requested to atteiu: tho Juvcnilo meeting Satur t 4 " nay, a z p. m. no sure ant como nnd send tho llttlo one.- Reported. Local Win Four Straigh Tho Grant Smith-Porter club won its fourth straight gamo in mo Shipbuilders' Lencuo Sun day, trimming tho Norwosco, or Northwost Steel, u to 1. on the St. Johns grounds. Manager Yatos Introduced a now pitcher in tho person of Honn nir. who proved to boa winner, nnd along with lotting Norwesco down with one run nnd three hits. lenning mixed in tho fray him self and knocked out a homo run. Bill Russell's Northwest Steel aggregation plnved a much Im proved brand of bnso ball Sun dny and got off with only four errors, uusscll used two pitch ers, Anderson and Check, but could not stop tho wlnnlnir Grant SImth-rorter team. Eddie Yates and Nordstromo each got two hits out of four times at bat. B nnchnrd nab bed twobingles out of fivo times up, one of them a two bagger. siancnaru also made a nice oublo unassisted. Pritchard. at short for tho homo club, ran jack and made a beautifu catch nonrly in centerfield. Tho local ub now has two denendab o twiners in uarharn and Hen ning. Games arc scheduled as fol- ows for this Sundny: Grant Smith-Porter va. McCormick at St. Helens: Standifer-Cla-k. son vs. Norwesco, at Vancouver; Supplo-Ballin vs. Foundation at St. Johns and Cornfoot vs. cninsuln, at St. Johns. As it now stands a double header is illed for the St. Johns nark us Sunday. A good razor is a daily joy. Currin's have the good kinds. If you have anything to sell, try our Penny-A-Word Column. To ascertain the exact cost count each word, initial or abbreviation. Thelma is the Queen of fume. Currin Says So. Per- Voto X 47 J. B. Schaefer. Water Superintendent Division No. 1. You will make no mis take by voting for him. His well known recognized qualiflca Hons and integrity are a uuar- antee for efficiency and economy in tho olhceto which ho aspires. He has proven himself one hun dred per cent American in daily deeds. He is a tried, true friend, and able champion of labor, not only in words, but in r ecorded deeds. Ho is the only candidate for this position from Portland and Multnomah County and being a progressive citizen who has borne and received many distinguished honors in private and public life in this City. He is certainly entitled to your undivided and loyal sup port. By A. L. Treber, 423 Bristol street, St. Johns Oregon, paid adv. Currin's are liberal. terms on Viqtrolas Following is a list of those from St. Johns who havo enlist ed in Uncle Sam's service. Per sons knowing of any names omitted will render a favor by reporting same to this office. Taylor M. Wh tmoro. At h W. Irvine. Dean H. Knowlea. Earl II. Knowles, Theodore Bugbce. H. Bryon Poll. Armnnd Olin, Claude E. Harris, Russell Poff. R. P. Gallowav. Chns. E. Gorlick.Murne Donaldson, Glenn Haskell, Hay Clark. Benniah T. Swan, Hubert Martin, Leon Sorber, Donald Strickland, Lowell Anderson. John La- Villctt, Frank L. Thomnson. Oron Lear, Hal J. Davis, Donnld N. Trowbridge, Bert Larson, Alan Rutherford, Homer I'insKett. Honrv Hrnmi enborg, J. W. Welsh, David iowc. Clyde Heath. Wa ter Mayer, I' red Scmn ntr. John BoggB, Ernest Johnson, Hiram intlnger. Kenneth Simmons. Thornton Toole, Eugene Hlatt. uowe walker. Aimust Jensen. .lay Myer, Walter Pearson, hlmor Amnios, Hoy Gognon, Lester D. and Basil B. Smith, Bryant Kilkenney, Paul Rude, Emory Gillmorc, Lewis Wirth, Inrold Alered th. Ray Haw kins. Hugh Ward. Kindle C. Satterloe, Gordon nnd Wilbur Bellinger, Zelta Rico, Leslie B. Moulton, Harry Truman, Frank Green, Walter Rlekson. Frank Whitney, Thomas Reynolds Carlylo Cunningham, Percy Smith. Frank Whitney, Arthur C. Clark. Alphonso Fox, Harry 0. Hughes, Geo. Downey, Tlios. E. Edwards, G. and Ingolf Wllllkson. F. Edward Isbel), Graham Moxon, G. Lin coln Fassett, Hurley Manning, Grovor Carroll, Clyde Miller, Adolph Anchor, John Basey, Wm. Moe, Albert Hyde, Reed Chamberlain, Ray Vanderbeck, Richard Barley, Cecil Mngone, Frank Bugbee, Ivan Faber, Bert Sundstrnm, Gall Perrlne. Nor man Nelson, G rover Barron, Harry J. Simmons, Thos. Rob erts, Max J. Witters, A. Tall man, G. W. Stevens. Christ Llnd, William E. Galloway. Geo. Worthlngton. Jack L. Douglas. Joy Milton Cnrnnhnn, Elmer Flynn, J. Elmer Thomas. Eugene Small, Howard and Ba all Holcomb.Carl Smith, Sprnguo It. Alarsh, William Ward, Bert Sundstrum, Glen Weiser, Louis St. Johns, John F. Brownloy, Hosh button, 'llios. Cochran, Dowoy Brown, Honry J. Amala, Alva and Ralph Smith. Enuono Ihurmond. Harry Heichtmeyer, ueorgu Schmidt. William Snood. Alec S. Cokalas, Louis Fletcher. GEORGIA RICH Teacher of Piano Technic mid lmtid development. Pupils developed from beginning to public appearance. Studios 507-8 Columbia bldg, 812 North Kellotfg street. l'liones Mnin 3319; Col. 501. Elmer S n e e d Violin Instruction STUDIO. 215 K. SyrnciiM: St. I'hotic Columbia 302 Mrs. Gabriel Pullin Vocal Teacher London Training Available for Concerts nnd Uacitnls 965 Lomlmrd Street, comer Wall l'lioiic Columbia 182 Are Doing Their Bit That tho Peninsula School Red Cross auxiliary aro doinir their bit is evidenced by tho follow ing: To tho Editor of St. JoIiim Revlow: Just to let our Ameri can sisters at St. Johns know whnt wo are doing, wo nsk you to kindly publish through tho columns of your valuablo panor tho following roport. Sowing meetings held in sowing room of Peninsula school Thursday 10 a. m. and r riday at 1. p m. I'rom Jan. 1st to date havo mndo tho following articles: Paiarnas. 8-1 pairs, bed coats, 42 pairs, bed shirts .10. tape shirts 21, surgeon caps 00. face masks 00. arm slings 80, T bands 21, boy bandages 21, dish towels 21, napkins 80, trnycloths 12, hand-: xercnicia i;st. n owa lau. mm- wipers, COO. knitted war awoat ters 30, socks 70 pairs, helmets C- Mrs. II. P. Heningor, chair man; Mrs. Miller, secretary. Mrs. Frank A. Rice TUACIIIttt 01' Violin, Alandolin and Piano Pupil of Nnlrr Vtm Klmllo: GOD V. John Street Telephone Columbia USD Myrtle W. Campbell Teacher of Singing Residence Sttulio: 0G0 Hnst Fourteenth Street North Photic Kust .51f) W.J. OIHtrnp, M.I). U.K. Seely. M.I). Drs, Gilstrap & Seely Physicians and Surgeons Glasses Accurately Fitted OI'l'ICH HOl'UH U:IK) to Vi, M. Ol'l'ICIt lu'10 to li.'M 1. M. I'lrnt NhHmmI 7:00 to H:00 1 M. Hunk llulbliH Suuilnyn, D.00 to 10:.10 A. M. Dr. Evart P. Borden DENTIST Painless Kxtrnctlon of Teeth under Nitrous Oxide (ins Office Peninsula Hank hldg. Office jihonc Cul.t2fi; ren. lioiicCl. IT7 uourk IMS 11. in.; i;;mfi mm , . m. Dr. Herbert F. Jones, CHIROPRACTOR 311 North Jersey Street Office Hours; 1 f nnd (i-8 . m, Kcs. Phone CoIiiiiiIiih (100 Office Plume CoIiiiiiIhh 1)7 JOSEPH AlcCIIGSNISY, M.I). Office Room 5 Peninsula Hank Building Portland is to havo tho honor of entertaining the Grand Army of the Hepublic tho week of August 19, and II. U. Compson teller Corns No. 52. of St. Johns wishes to extend their thanks to tho generous hearted citizens of St. Johns for their kindly help In raisinir their share of tho needed funds foi this cause. This is the lirst time in the history of tho en campment that thoy havo come to our beautiful Northwest country and probably will be the ast time, so we hone everv loval citizen will do their best to! make this encampment the very best they ever havo had. Satur-' day, May 8. is the next meeting of tho Corps and they will have silver tea and wou d bo triad to nave an the visitors wo can. raternally, Tho Corps. Hours 9-io n. 111. j 1.5 p. 111. him evenings. Office phone Col. 35.1; Re. 910 DR. J. VINTON SCO'IT DENTIST Office HournU-litiu 1:80.7 SuniUy 'J 11 Poulimilu (kink lllili:. Office I'liuiie CoIiiiiiIiih i.o KtMlileut riwiiie LolumlXH 271 Dr. Samuel A. Mulkey DENTIST The profession practiced in iU various brunches SATISFACTION (il'AKANTKKt) Office hmira: 8:80 to 12 M ; 1:UU to 6 uinl 7 K 8 - hi. 1'irtt Niitfouiit HmiiW IliiiltluiK J'lioiiu CiiliimhiH 2Mt. Caldwell & Patterson LEADING HAKKKltS The place wherr KMI mjivicv uml courU'oiu treatment ai will. Clultlit u'i, luiir cutting receive hHt-ml attention. 109 BURLINGTON STREET Davis Barber Shop nnd HATH ROOMS S. W. DAVIS, Prop'Ulvr 108 Philadelphia .St. Hath 2Tc Cow for Salo$90.00, resh.-808 Van Huren 'ortland, Oregon. nearly street, Send the boys In Franco nln. tures from home. Currin Says So. EDMONDSON & CO. Plumbing, Heating & Tinning We Repair Aluminum Vur I'hone Col. Wi 107 S. jetucy St. PURRY C. STROUD LAWYER Firit National Dank UuildiiiK ST. JOHNS . . . OREGON Rosebud Restaurant ROUT. ANDHKSON. l'rop. 809 S. Jersey St. Opp. Central School TRY OUR EATS l'rompt service, courteous treiittneiit ami prices right Hours from 6 a. in, to 10 p. ui. St. Johns Undertaking Co. 208 N. Jersey Street Phone: Columhiu fig? Columliia 200 Automobile Hearse. Cl Our Pr'cei Before Going la Portland'