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ST. JOHNS REVIEW
ST. JOHNS, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1919.
OREGON NEWS NOTES
OF GENERAL INTEREST
Principal Events of tho Wtck
Briefly Sketchod for Infor
mation of Our Readers.
St. Helens Is experiencing a build
W. C. Latham, an Oregon pioneer of
1852, died In Albany.
A post of tho American Legion was
organized In McMlunvlllo.
Dallas soldiers, sailors ntitt marlnos
orgnTSTxed a post of tho American Lo
Klghty rural schools In Linn county
nro without teachers for tho coming
Pulling of flax on the stato farms
wilt bo completed within tho next 10
P. W. Marx, formorly of Portland,
was chosen as city onglncor of The
Klro losses In Oregon, exclusive of
Portland, for tho month of July totalod
J. C. Porry of Balum was elected
president, of the Oregon StatoPhnrma
Tho Hood Itlvcr chapter of tho
American Legion has a chaptor roll of
tnoro than 100 names.
Tho city of Marshflqld proposes to
buy tho local raco track grounds as an
aviation landing plnco.
Poudleton lodgo of lClks will' start a
campaign at oiico to finance the con
structlon of a new $100,000 building,
Kred W. Curroy of Albany was ap
pointed city chemist or Portland to
succeed C. O. Calloway, who resigned.
Flro completely destroyed tho dry
ing and storage sheds of tho Pino
llox Lumber company In arants Pass.
William Albco, marshnl at Helix for
a number of years, has been appointed
county gaina warden for Umatilla
Tho Oregon wheat crop, according
to tho bureau of crop estimates, will
tnako a total ylold this year of 19,
Tho stato highway commission has
awarded Hood Hirer county two gov
eminent motor trucks for uso la high
Dandon post of tho American Le
gion, has been organised by returned
soldiers and application has boon
made for a charter.
Contract prices for prunes advancqd '
100 per cent between April 28 and
July 29, according to the records of tho
Marlon county clerk.
Operation of tho new paving plant
purchased recently by the Marlon
county court has proved a valuable
asset In road building.
The harvest of fruit In tho Roguo
river valley Is now well under way.
Kstlmates place the value of the yield
this year at $2,000,000.
Tripartite control of the railroads is
pointedly opposed In resolutions adopt
ed by the Oregon chapter, American
Association of Engineers.
Twenty-eight thousand pounds of T.
N. T. has arrived In Dend and will be
put at tbcllsposal of the forest serv
ice fpr, making forest roads.
Linn county's $600,000 bond issue
has been approved In every detail by I
O. P. I Toff, stato treasurer, and It.
D. Qoodln, secretary of tho stnto board
of control, took $800,000 worth of high
way bonds Issued undor tho Dean
Barrett act to Portland whenco thoy
will bo Bent to Boston.
At tho clo80 of business July 31,
1919, thoro remained In tho accldont
fund a total of $1,057,489.06 and In tho
segregated fund $1,820,994.50, accord
ing to a report filed by tho stato in
dustrial accldont commission.
Professor O. T. Lewis, for many
years head of the division of hortlcul
City Hall Doings
City Commissioner Bigelow
is now acting Mayor. Ho has
been acting Mayor so many
times that it makes him foci
like n real one.
City Treasurer Wm. Adams
has installed tho patent cash re
gister system to facilitate the
rapidly increasing business.
Mr. Adams pronounces it a big
turn at firm-on Aarlmillurnl nnlWn BUCC03B OVcr tile Old lime
has rosigncd to nccopt a position with methods of handling the cash.
tho Oregon QroworB' cooporativo as- City Commissioner Pier is
sociation, with hoadquartors at saiom. making improvements in his
iVrrangomcnts aro being mndo for oflico by doing awny with t ie
tho mooting of tho groat council of counters and changing the tele
tho Improved Order of Ited Men In. phono Bystem.' The switchoard
Oregon city August lo nnd 20, at has been transferred to room
which time thoro probably will ho 30G, which will tnnko tho main
about 76 or 80 delegates In attontlanco. offico moro roomy for the cm-
Word has rcachod hero from Sons- DlOVOOB and at til! samo t miT
tor Chamberlain slating that Oregon give better accCBS to the public
boys In tho First United States uugl- in transacting blisincsi."
noon loft Germany for Urest on Aug. clty Commissioner Pier and
ust 1C and will como directly homo. pcter Mcintosh, tho purchasing
agent, itnnih located the car of
Will be Big Industry
Sunday, Aug. 17
CHARLES RAY "ORItASMD
MO 11 TN 1 N O ' ' Pa rnmonn t .
Another, bier industry, that of
the Central Wnxed Paper com
pany, of Chicago, has decided
to como to Portland, A site for
a factory, tho only one of the
sort on tho Pacific coast, has
been obtained in the North!
Portland industrial center ad
jacent to Swift & Co.'s packing
p ant and l ie construction of a1
mnmmnnlli fnpfnrv linilrlimr ivlll Wednesday. Atiirr20
lin ctni-lrwl nu nnnn no nnnnconru ANITA STEWART
arrangements enn bo made.
Saturday, Auk. 1C
ENID BENNETT In "TUB MAR.
UIAOl' R1NO" Paramount.
Monday ami Tuesday. Auk- 18 nnd ID
PAULINE FREDERICK In "THH
WOMAN IN THK CASH" Para
mount. Also "TIOHR'S TRAIL"
bltmtlou. 1'tom the popular story
of the same nnmc. Remenibcr, two
nay. Admission, Adults ZQc. Chll
Prtctny. Oct." 3 "
CHARLES RAY In "HAV-POOT,
VIVIAN MARTIN in "MTTLlt
OfSWIVIfS" A7nct super picture,
Thcro nro 61 men from this stato In
A total of 1G80 visitors to Portland
registered at hcadquartcrs-durlng 11 uy
rs' week. Tho registration servos ns
a barometer measuring tho success of
tho event. Tho rocord Is approximate
ly 400 greater than that for tho 1017
Tho city council of Dallas has pass
ed an ordlnanco forbidding tho drlv.
Andrew Christ Jr., president Of Thursday ami Prlday, Auk. 21 nnd 22
the Central Waxed Paper com
pany, recently came to Portland
authorized to get a site and ar
range for tho construction of
tho factory building on invitn
Hon of Whitney L. Boise, repro
seating tho Portland Chamber
of Commerce. He has been in
Portland for more than a week
investigating various sites,
Arrangements already have
been made, it is said, to obtain
In KNlCKHR.llOCKI R IIUCK
HROO" A 0 act Artcraft Special
nml one ol His Dost -Remember, tw
days. Nu raise in admission,
Saturday. Aiiif. 2.1 -
ETHEL CLAYTON w "MHN, xvu
MHN AND MUNHY" Paramount,
canned tomatoes purchased from from local paper mills, and tho
tho government and which is output of tho plant at its ir.-
ccpiion win no iL'iwoon oigni
and ten tons n day and will
now on the way from Sacramon
to and will nrrivS in Portland
Friday or Saturday. These
tomatoes will bo distributed by
tho department stores. Meier
& I' rank, Olds.Wortman & Kinis,
and Simon Bros, at cost with
tho addition of freight charges.
Sunday. Aui!. 21 -
ENID DENNETT In "Tint HAUN
TKI) lull) ROOM" Paramount.
Her best picture,
for tllO product Monday and Tuesday. Auk. 25 and 20-
I I 1 ll I . .L... i. ..aaaaaatM.a
MARY PICKrOHU J" "iihaki
ADRII'T, Also 'TIUltK a I KAIL
UVi!iir,liiv. A in 27
CONSTANCE TALMADGE !
"A LADY'S NAMU" -Select.
ing oi an auiomouuo or oinor motor IbllOUlU HUB lot 00 tttkon lip
venicie uy any person unuor mo ago promptly by tllO C 11 Z0I1B. Mr.
of 10 yonrs, unless accompanied by Pier will negotiato for further
an older person, who Is competent to consignments Of vnriOUS kinds
drive such vehicle. of foodstuilS Bllch 113 bacon.
Action of Portland bakers in an ham, beans, dried, fruit and
nounclng a coming Incroaso of 1 cent cantlOU VCgCtablCB.
a loaf In tho prlco of bread may
bo checked up and halted by federal
authorities If it appears that In doing
BANK OF COMMENCE
they aro acting in violation of tho M,8 Browing rapidly. They ron-
uur uii up iu uuiu eurvicu oi real
valuo to their depositors and in
vito your account. 1M North
anti-trust law or aro attempting to
Olw I....II... ..... ...... ...
widows of mtni killed In accldontshl!!Lii:
fucnish employment to be
tween 75 and 100 workers. Ilio
entire market for waxed paper Thursday and Prlda, Auj. 28 and 2!)
on mo rncmc coast can
supplied by this plant, it
Big Bill Hart
Artcralt. Ills best plctuie of th
year. 1 wo nays.
Wanted Men or women to
sell guaranteed hosiery to friends
and noiirliliors. Handsome nro
fits mndo in oithor full or spare Sunday. Aug. :n
time. ! nil lino of moire, worn- ELSIE FERi
Saturday, Auk !W
WALLACE REIU m
on'a nnd children's up todate
stylos. Largo commission. Ex
perienco not necessary. -Phoe
nix Hosiery Co. Darley, Pa.
' o -
Childron don't cry for HOG
ERS. but they do cry for HOG-
EKS' 85c TENNIS SHOES.
bond attorneys of the East and will
now be placed on the market.
Half a century's activity as a practic
ing attorney in Yamhill county is re
called by th6 death of James McCain
at hla home la McMlnnyllle.
F, A. Olmsted of Portland was ap
pointed by doveruar Olcott. to succeed
IL N. Lawrla as a member of the Ore
gon bdreau of mines and geology.
Linn county ex-service men met in
Albany ana tuuaed, the lc-sal post of
the American Legion in honor of
deorge E. Chamberlain, Oregon's war
Dollar bills raised to ?5 by pasting
words and numerals over the original
designations, have been passed In
towns about the mouth of the Colum
bia river, '
With prospects of one of tbe best
yields ever produced, estimated at 60
bushels to tbe acre, threshing of the
50 acre oat crop on tbe state hospi
tal farm has started.
A post of tbe American Legion was
organised at Dallas by Captain Walter
L. Tooze, Jr. About 25 former soldiers,
most of whom saw service overseas,
form tbe temporary organization,
Oae of tbeiftggest bay crops la tbe
state, of Oregon Is being cured this
seasoa oa the Chewatteaa Laad com
pany's ranek in the Paisley taction,
where M.MW aeres will yield an aver
age of two teas.
Mr. and Mrs, Will Rees of New
berg have received a French crolz de
guerre with "a bronze star awarded
their dead sea, Private Lester C. Rees,
for bravery displayed under machine
gu pd artillery fire.
City parks of the atate that are
able to pay traveling expenses for
elk will MMh be ea titled to a pair
If., the eltiea desire, tbea. This was
the. deeUlpn reaefeed at the regular
iMBthly saeetbig of the, state ftsh sad
suae, emwU4o. whea the dtapeMl
et 149 head bow la pasture wr
Jeteyh, Or., was dliewasad.
Lwtkw Giovei 86c ROGERS.
Whllo undor tho protection of tho work
men's compensation act hnvo married
within four years after tho death of
their husbands, according to a state
ment glvon out by tho Oregon Indus.
trial accldont commission.
Two stato warrants nnd a chock
drawn by tho stato Industrial accldont
commission, on all throu of which
tho name of tho payee had boon
erased and n now payco evidently
forgod, turnod up In tho offlco of tho
commission last week and stops wore
Immodlatoly taken to trace the for
geries to their source.
liecauso of tho great number of re
quests made by fanners, millers and
grain dealers of tho Wlllumotto valloy
for Information on federal grain stand
ards and tholr application, tho bureau
of markets, through tho Portland su
pervision offlco, has Urrauged a series
of meotlngs to be hold throughout the
Eight airplanes, with crew consis
ting of eight pilots, two machinists,
one "trouble shooter" nnd u command
ing officer, Major Albert H. Smith, are
now stationed In Salem for forest pa
trol duty. Tho prevent plan Is to have
six pianos stationed permanently at
Salem and two at Hoseburg, with re
pair equipment located at Salem.
Approximately 2433 acres of so-call
ed swamp lauds acquired by the state
from the Warner Valley Stock com
pany in tho year 1911, lit settlement of
a suit brought against tbe company
by ex-Attorney-General A. M. Craw
ford, were sold by the state land board
for 153,968.00. The land Is located In
Lake county and brougnt an average
of 23 an acre.
From present conservative estl
mates, the apple districts of the mid
Columbia will ship more than 2,000,-
year, or more than 2500 cars. To be
It In my uoiiHttmt ofl'ort to ixtvo von
BETTER MERCHANDISE !
AT KOWliST 'OSS;.J l'JUCHS
JIOSS Ol Tim JiOAl) "Union Mmlo"
Jumpers $2.25 Overalls $1.98 and $2.50 j
Good Work Shirt 98c
Basket Ball Shoes Work Pants $1.95
i Cotton GLOVES 15c 2 pair 25c PANAMA HATS S2,
I Compete mth tbe test ol them. Ycu Kill Ijnd my prices mM
TJIiC RAINCOAT MAM
4 IJoors A'oi'fi ltotnvo Show
202 N. JERSEY ST. Open Evenings
EVERYTHING TO KEEP YOU DRY
Had a Good Time
C. S. Currin and Dr. L. E.
Broua returned last week from a
very interestintr sojourn of flvo
n wtiii' in v i w Mia Vivuvr . . .
boxes of commercial fruit ,hi. weeks' duration spent in Central
Iniwl Wttf it Atrttrt llMAffAn WLt.rt.ia
or more than J500 cars. To be ""umw.u iisbuh, aiioj
. . ... I ennnr n crnnnixt iinrrinti nt rlin
more exact, tbe aggregate of estimates 71 " -"" . v j' j
secured from representative growers .'"' 'juw.uiuuuksim iimu
or shipping concerns of all tho mid 8mf fmo catches In the Dea
Columbia districts for tbe approaching chutes, composed prtnc pally Of
hirv.it rui.i.i !.l.Ml) lin.. xwuuijuw uuu woiiy vurucna.
" I r us ft nun -i An oikI ittno n rlnt-.ln I
mllo- north nf Rfllfltn nn (hn rlvor rnnil I w" u u uaiiu, J b
I onn fnlf nuAH on Itrtuie tnntnun
. . I -I ....t.. HIIU iVfil Uf ll 11UUI U VIIIHUlVt
.B"" .I? ...,11, :.. - -The two traveled over 1300 miles
:r .. - b autQ an( enjoye(J tye mJn
laau, r. nourauu jncaeu -u, f. nf thn t, - - T. vnnnf
, Th vla... ., ,. everything In a prosperous con-
dtuon throughout tho country
luliiKh thou trnvai-UDi "Inn'"
Award by the Oregon state highway n.1Pr:n hn nm inforHncr
commission or a contract tor construe brtot, nUi,, tt,n .,: it -
.. - ,, , .. ., . . i ftuuHft iivvHii,j .until Mutiny VI -a
tlon of a portion of the Haines-Baker L!n flnr, thn Rrr:na nf r-nil,
road to Frank a Oxman, one of the flhown are cnou to make th(J
niwianAii linn ' m xtt Irnosaaa In (hA fplal a! I mm a . . - . .
v.Wvuuu- "' eyes ot izaak Walton's Tollpwers
oi muraer in an t-rancisco on cuarge
growing out of' the preparedness day
bomb explealoM, has met with a ylgor A lady said to US: "Why I
ous protest from organized labor lu have had KODAK finishing
O'eon done in a Jiumber of down town
in compliance with the provisions of places, but have never had as
the soldiers', sallora and marines' edu- nice Work SB you folks do for
oatlonal aid law passed at tbe last ses- me." Satisfied; that's the way
wvui ui tue iegiSlaiuro, a number o, with all our kodak finishing pat
uregoB iBsiituuoBS nave submitted rons. UUltUlW HAY'S SU.
stateaeata and catalogues to tbe ttc
retary of stato giving evidence ot their
being institutions of learning within
the meaning of tbe act and soliciting
appUcatlaas from honorably discharg
ed service men who wish to punue
courses ol study.
One Enlargement FREE with
each dozen portraits. HOES
STUDIO, opposite Central
Bring in your job printing. 'EKS,
Men's RUBBERS $1.10. ROG-
Wo own and offer for sale the
eight modern houses located
on Willamette boulevard nnd
Edison street, between Kessen-
den and Now York streets.
These houses aro thoroughly
modem and up.to date. Built by
day labor, with tho best of
workmanship and materia s.
completely finished in every de
tail, lheso houses are olfered
for sale at a nricn far less
thnn they could be built for
today. Wo Wi II irive surnris ncr-
ly easy terms to responsible pur
chasers, i'eninsuia Security
Company. Phono Columbia 101,
For Sale ut a Sacrifice -On
account of illness in the familv.
will sell live room house at 202
North Fox street, lot T5xl00.
for $1000 cash, which includes
furnituro garden truck, wood in
basempnt, fruit, etc. This is a
splendid buy for anvone wnnt.
ing a desirable home. Also bar
ber shop doing a good, business
at 108 Alta street. For further
particulars see J. E. Coffey at
iu Alta street.
Our record stock is as com
plete as it is possible to get it
under present conditions and
compares favorably with any in
the city. Uurrin Says So.
Have your photo made by
HOES, opposite Central School.
ROGERS sells Ladies' Cover
alls, $2.00 and $3,65.
FERGUSON In "Tlllt
RISK Ol' JI'.NNIK CrSIII.Nti"
rtctnlt. in 0 net.
Monduv mid Tucsiliy, Kept, 1 and 2
MARGUERITE CLARK III "UKKI-
NA (iRKHN" -PntrtiiHiuut. Aluo
"TIOHR'S TRAIL" No. 11!.
W'CdiiMilnv. Sent, ll
BRYANT WASMDURrt in "Vit
.NTS IN Tlllt HAST" I'nniuiouiil
Tliumlny anil 1'ildny, Sept. .) mill 6
A 1'iir.immiiit-Aiirniii Ma-cnti
"TIIH WOMAN THOU OAVHST
tll" An exceptionally sUoiik lct
urc in anew.
S.tlunlnv. Sent. 0
VIVIAN MARTIN in "A. .NU
CUNT A l)V RNTUR RSS" I'ara
Siimlnv. Scit. 7
MONROE SALI5UURY in "J nu
SlilCI'.l'INO I, ION" A 0 net Unl
versal SM?cial. Aluo
111 "A IMISRRT illRO"-IIIliitet
2 net comedy.
Miiinliiv mill Tut'Silnv. St-nt K and 0
JACK PICKFOKU III "WllAI
.MD.M'.VC N'T lll'V r.iruilioillll
AIM) ' TIOHR'S TRAIIi" N. 13.
Wcdncidny, Sept. 10-
In "TIN. t'NI'ARDON MU.R SIN"
A 7 act ucr pifMliiction wlilrli
tdnved to cuikicitv Imutes at the l.lh-
i rty in I'ortlNiid. Ailinl-lini (or lliu
picture. Adults UUr. Clulilrvii umlvr
12 vcurs 10c.
Thurdiiv ami I'rlday. Sit. 11 nnd 12
riOROTIIY PHILLIPS In "UltS
TINY" In 0 act. Next to "llwirl
of lliinmiilty" her fctroHHtml pleturt.
One thut you'll rviuwinlwr (or a Ioiik
Saturday. Sni. 1J
CONSTANCE TALMAUGE in
"WHO CAKRS?" Selrcl.
Sunday, Sept. M
CHARLES RAY in Miir. iiuau
HR" Paramount. Come on, )iu
bate ball fun. Jlim one will tickle
Monday and Tucwluy, Spt. lfi mid 10
PAULINE FREDERICK Hi " 5a
J'HO" l'.irumiint. AIo "TKi-RR'STRAII'No.U
Wednesday, Sept. 17
In "SUNNVSllJli "- In 3 acts.
Ills lutcst milltuu ilollur wjuiixly.
AIm a atroii feature. iiroUtbly AN
ITA STEWART I"" A MIUNIUIIT
ThurviUy and I'rlday, Stfjit. 18 and 10-
ilARRY CAREY in iiiH i
CAST OR 1'OKRR l'l, AT" Uni
versal Sciu from the fumous
Murk Twain story.
Saturday, Sept. 20-
DOROTHY UAL I on "uiiiiik
MRN'S WIVRS" Paramount.
Sunday. Sent. 21-
MARGUERII t CLnllft
"OIRI.S" Aitcralt. The Iwst ol
her many good pruducliuns this year.
Monday and Tuewlay, Sept. 22 and 23
MARY PICKFOHU in "Jiiwii.nu
Till'. SCRNRS" I'aminount. Alio
Tllli UNO of "TIORR'S TRAM,."
Wednesday. Sent. 21
ETHEL CLAY I ON W " v
TRRV GIRL" 1'urumount.
Thursday uml l'tlday, Sept. 2C and 2(1
A ruralliuillll-ftrilf nil )h;vm.i in u
acts "Tllli WI1ITR IIRATIIRR"
I'rom the aiuous Drury Lane Sue-cent.
Saturday, Sept. 27
LILA LEE i" "DAUOHTRR OR
Till', WOl.l'" Paramount.
Sunday. Sept. 28-
WALLACE REID l "TIIR I.OVR
The Union Savinirs and Loan
Company of Portland, Ore., or
ganized undor tho laws' of the
Slate of Oregon and safeguard
cd by tho Blue Sky law, of this
State, hnvo established nn agency
in at. doiuiB for the subscrip
tion of stock nnd collections.
Thoy already have n nice stock
subscription from tho very
best and most conservative
citizens of St. Johns who have
investigated the Company and
subscribed for tho stock. It is a
well known fact that Building
and Loan Companies aro the
greatest cooperative money mak
ers for their investors for the
reason that thoy deal in nothing
but cash. It is a proposition of
compounding interest 12 times a
yenr. All mortgages and notes
and other securities aro to bo de
posited with the State. To
mature $1000 will cost tho In
vestor $5.00 per month for 100
months, paying in $5,00 nnd nt
maturity tho stock uccumulntcs
to bo worth $1000 face. PttHt
experience indicates tho qtock to
go to maturity in from 108 to
izu months. This accumulates
you n nice stake on n small
.out lily Hiivinir. You ulrfn hnvn
Uiu privilege of n lorin with
this stock also to ho rrnid in
monthly pnyment. In case of
sickness this comnnny wil
grant n cessation of pnymonts
lor one year, r t is noceasnrv.
on tho stock. It is a good in
vestment and n fino snvinir
proposition. Any young man
who wants' to bo thrifty and get
into n nroi.os t on that i
safeguarded by tho Stato of Ore
gon, can call on our agent at St.
.lohilH for further particulars.
See A. W. Davis, 202 N. Jersey
sircei, Kcsiucnt Agent.
Studios: Alnsworth Avenue
410 Osw ego Street
Phones: Woodlawn 2092; Columbia 664
Mr?. Gabriel Pullin :
Diaphrum IlrealliitiK, Porward Toue
placement and Clear diction,
Ptinlls tauuhtto take tiart in Trio. n.l
0C5 Lombard St. Phone Columbia 19B
Mrs. Frank A. Rice"-
Violin, Alandolln and Piano
. Pupllnf Nolrp Urtmr
SluiUo: 000 W. John mrett
Telephone Colnuitiln RsU
Ptltllll ltlV llteMlie trn,S. nf II.M ImmmH.
Otcl.rrir wliicli Mill make nlllc rippwifliif.
Violin Instruct ion "
STUDIO, 215 N. Syraetiw Stril?
l'hotic Columbia .'102
Notice to Creditors
In Iho Circuit Court of the State of Or
Kon lor tlie Lounty ot Multnomah,
Dctvattmciit of Prolwle.
In the Matter of the lUtotc of Nancy
C. Ilartou, Occciucil.
Notice is iMvcil of the death of Nancv
C. Ilartnu, and that the uudcrlucil Ims
btcii duly ii!)K)luttil executrix of her
i, mi will ami ictlamviil uml of her es
tate, ami lnu mmllflvil. All iiorMiiis liuv
luu claims nijuiuH said decedent, or her
etinic, are notiiicii to pncnt -Mime to
me ut the oflicc of my Attorneys, Per
kin & llillcv. 1117 lUmrd of Trade
In lit 1 1 1 . Portland, Olefin, with prnx:r
vnuriiers, uiiiy vermeil m rcquireil uy
law, wlililu six moiitlM from the date of
the firot publication of this notice, to
wit: juiy imu, miu.
151 1. Y N. KUlt,
Notice of Hearing Pinal Account
In the Circuit Court of the State of Or
ckoii lor tliu County of Multiioniiili,
cpurimcni oi rrnimie.
Ill the Matter of the It-ante of Itrle V
Notice Is el ven thnt William I. Wei
Ion, executor of the Ui.t Will hiii! Tes
tajiieut of Uric 1', Petertou, iltccaw,
ii,is nieii witii uiu county Clerk ol Mult
noinali County, Oreuoii.iiii final account
as such executor, ami that Moiiduy, All-
mm mm, in uukia. i., ut tlie v.ourl
House of Mtiltnoiiiuh County, Oregon.
Deparlmeut of ProlMte, uud before lion
oruUIc (teorue Tuwell, judnc. Inn beeu
fixed ns the time and '-i r for hearing
objrctlons to said m-o .ut and the set
tlement of the same, and tu the ilUtribu
tiou of the tironcrty iH-loiiuiui; to .uld
estate. Any person Iiavini; abiuctlons
to said account may lie heard at the time
ml place aforesaid.
WIM..A.M J. WKI.DON,
Perkins & llullcy, ((xMiitor.
Attorneys for I'.xrcutor.
Notice to Creditors
III the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County i Multiioumh.
I e part in cut ol ProlMte.
Ill tile Mutter of the liatate ot Stank-v
Noilce is kIvcii of the deuth of .Stanley
irunlcw.kl. uud that the uuilertlL'neil
liuj been duly appointed executrix of Ills
(Liccntilate of the Hovtll Acntlumv
of Music, London.)
Teacher of Piano
957 Hodge St. Phone Cpl. 87a
Dr. W. J, Gilstrao "
Physician anil StnKeon ,
Glasses Accurately Filled
l);00 to lit M. OPTICUS
1:.10 to 4-M p. M, Peninsula iW
7:00 tu8:O0 P. ,M, eurlly IiWIk '
Sundays, 0.00 to 10:30 A. M. .
Dr. Evarl P. Borden
1'nltilcs.s lixtrnctlon of Twth itiulcr
Nitrous Oxide Ous '
Oflicc Pciitustiln Dunk lilil.
Ollice phone Col. C25; res plume Cut. 477
IIour-012u. 111.; 1:30 5 ami 7Sp. 111,
Dr. Herbert F. Jones
311 North Jersey Streel
Day Phone Night PujUe
Coliimlilit 07 Columbia (Jfjfj
I'lionc CoIiiiiiIiIh 379
Res. Columbia 1 131
Dr. F. P. Scluillze
Physician and Surjje n
Room 10 I'uniiiMilu hunk HuiktlitK
l)U. L. P. PICKIiiNS,
Oflicc llnursK to 12 A. M. I In (J P. M.,'
livening 7 to 0 t
Peuliiiiila IMuk Illdi!.
Ollice Phone Columbia 1 iJO
The place where umm m-ivic iihi!
courteous treatment prevail. CblldrtaV
hulr cuttliiK receive sieeil atteHtioM.
1O0 DURLINGTOH STREET
Davis Barber Shop
Ot'U HATH KOUW!?
5. DAVIS, I'ropnttgr
108 Philadelphia Hi, JUthN We
St. Johns Undertaking Go.
2UH N. Jersey Street
Phones: Culuuilua M?
Gel Our Pr'cts Before Going lo Portland
Monday and Tuetday, Strit. 20 ami !i0 -A
NKW SI'.UIAJ.. OUR TREftT.
WedneKlay and ThurMlay, Oct. 1 aud2
in her latest and greatest "DADDY
I,ONCI.KGS"-In 7 acts. Her firt
picture under the uew Die Pour Com
IaH Will and Testaint nt and of his es
tate, and has cpialifltd All Krwu hav
int; claims nyulnst said lecedent, or his
estate, are notified to present mine to
me at the office of my Attorneys, Per
kins & Ilailey. 1117 Hoard of Trade
lluildhiK, Portland, (JreK""- with proper
vouchers, duly veritied required bv
law, within six mouths from the date of
the first publication of this notice, to
wit; July ltfth, 1910.
We haul any thinn, any time, ntiy
place. Prices rtajonable
- Daily Trip to Portland -
Enquire, 317 N.Jersey St. Columbia 377
QUONG TONG CAFE
Try Chop Suey and Noodles
at .popular prices. Homo Made
Pastry every day at '"Cafo of
Merit." Wo servo breakfast and
dinner. Open) from G p. m. to
12 p. m. S. Jersey street.
PENINSULA HUE ABSTRACT I REALTY 0
H. HENDERSON, Manngar
402 N. JUfioy Slretl
Abktruets of Title 'rviareil
Phone Columbia 266
Hauling and Aloving
OF ALL KINDS
Done Quickly mul Prompily
Dally Tri4 tu and from Portland
phoni ci. loso 718 L:. Richmond St.
Poff & Green
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
Sand uml Gravel Hauled
Daily Trips to Cortland
Phone Col. 303 206 N. JERSEY ST
Wood of all kind:
Auto Express ,
Prices Kcusouable Prompt SoiylW
A.1KB QOARCKB CoZo
Good Second hand Sewing machinus for
rent. U.P.Clark. tt' )-