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THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW
A. W. Markle, Edlkor
Publjahod Friday of Each Wee
404 N. Jersey St. Phone Col. 32
Tax Rrvirw It entered at pott office
In Portland, Oregon, nt mall matter
ni the second class under the Act of Con
KM ol Marc li 3, 1879
COMMUNITY SINGING AN
AID TO COMMUNITY LIFE
8 flaya Walter Jenkins, Chautauqua
"Community (ringing Is a powerful
niwiui of stimulating a feeling of sol
Idnrlty, which should exist In a com
uiunlty between tnan and man," says
Walter It. Jenkins, tho well-known
flong leader of the N0rthwe.1t who Is
10 be at tho Chautauqua. Mr. Jenkins
Is one of tho moat ahlo loaders of com
inanity singing now heforo tho public,
During 1017-18 bo was Northwest Song
Leader far the Army nud Navy Cainpi
and mnca that tlmo has been Sec-clary
of th Portland Community Henrico
Ilia entLuMssm and "ncn" mnko him
an instant favorite before nil uudl
ences. In addition to leading conimiin
Ity lnlng at Chnutnuqun on tho flftl
day ha will alio present aomo splendid
Unablo (0 Accept
The Fraternal Hooters arc in re
eelpt of the following from the
O. A. R.:
St. Johns, July 2ml, 1921.
To the Committee of the Cclebrn
tlou of the Fourth of July, Orcelluu
The comrades of Gen. Coinpson
Post, G. A. K., greatly appreciate
your very kind invitation to tmrtlc
Ipate with the citizens of St. Johns
on the Fourth of July Celebration
Dut because of our infirmities 011 nc
count of age, cannot participate In
parade, much as we desire to do
10. We are grateful for the many
kindnesses shown us In the past by
the citizens of St. Johns nud Iiojk:
you will accept our thanks lucre
for. Wishing you abundant success
in the coming event, we are Kin
ccrcly and fratcrtiully yours, lly
order of the Post ut our regular
incctlug, this July 2nd, 1021
C. W. Gousliue, Commander' J. G
Chambers, Adjutant. Committee
W. II. Nolcu, D. J. Ilorsman
Uvery, Express and Baggage
Prompt and Satisfactory Service
H. M. WALDREF
1001 Lombard St. Phone Col. MOO
Kcort of (he condition of
The Bank of Commerce
At Portland, In the .Stale ol Oregon, at
tac close 01 rmiiiii-ss juueau,
Leant and discounts. . f MS.fcM.TC
ureruraits, secured mm uu
Mcurcd . . . . iW,64
u. 8, government securities
Stocks, tccurlttes, claims, Ileus,
judgments, etc.. , , l,tH6,t0
ruratiure and fisturet . . . 2.473,86
Other real estate owned, . . . UK) 00
Amount due fiout bank, haul
era and truit couiruiuict,
dfMlvuated and approved re-
Mnri aututi 14.0S0.67
Cash on hand in vault, . . 3.7U5.00
Other awett: Thrift Slump. . . 10,24
Capital stock paldlu. . . .
Undivided profit!, leas ei-
pauses and taxes paid . . , . . , 3,204.1)3
Deposits due the state ol Oregon
and depoilts due couutr or
titles and other public fuuda !W,300.00
individual acpoaits subject to
Demand certificate! of deposit
Cashier's checks of thlt bauV
outttaudlus payable on dc.
Certified checkt outstanding,. . . 350,00
Time certlflcatti of depoiit out
Bit lags Deposits, payable tub-
ject to notice..., 14,921.09
Rtwvcd for Interest and Uses 103.S0
State of Oregon, I
County of Uultnoiusb,
1, U. H, Hurd, Caihler of the ubovc
aamed bank, do toleuiuly twrar that the
abort ttateiueut it true to the best of my
knowledge aud belief.
K. K. HURD, Caihler,
Subscribed and sworu to before me
thlt 6th day of July, 1921,
D, II. Knowlet, Notary l'nbllc.
Uy commiulon cxplrct Nov. 14, 1923.
J. N. Edleften,
, P, Drinker,
Mr. J. L, Wall, the pTitTio
tuner, is home nun in and ready
atrect; phone Col. 509. 21)
for feusinetu. 001 Dtichunnni
ClmrtetNo. 10103. Reaerve DUt. No. 12
Report of condition of the
PENINSULA NATIONAL BANK
In the State of Oregon, at the clote of
business June 30, 1921.
Loans and dl-counts.lncltid-lug
sold with en
this bbnk 49,912.23 1,037,4C8.92
Overdrafts, utitecurcd U&.&3
U. S. Government securities owned:
Dopotltcd so secure
bonds par vafue). 200,000.00
All other U. S.
Total U. S. Gov
ernment securities. . 363,769.88
Other bonds, stockt, securi
ties, etc 310,039.94
1'urnlturc nnd fixtures 13,700.00
Other real estate owned 14.C75.14
Lnwful Reserve with
federal Reserve Hank 95,539.07
Cash lit vault and amount due
from national banks 258,613.20
Net amounts due from banks,
bankers and trust compa
nies In the United States
Collier llinn included in
Items 8, 9, 10.) 16,262.70
Total Items 9, 10,
11, 12, 13 273,705.96
Checks on Iwnks located out
side of city or town of re
ixntliiu bank and other
cash Items 700.13
Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer and due from U.
Other assets Customers' lia
bility under letters of credit, 2,600.00
Total f 2,172,181. 17
Capital ttock p-ild in $200,000.00
Surplus fund 40,000.00
Undivided profits. . . .4,080.97
Lets current ex
and taxes paid 4,080,07
Circulating uotetnutstaudliiK. 200,000.00
Net amoutitt due to national
Net amounts due to banks,
bankers and trust coliiim
nlct (other than iiicluded
In Items 21 or 22) 0,879.31
Certified checks outttandlug.... 112.00
Cashier's checkt on own
bank outstanding 32,720.65
Total of Items 21,22,
23, 21 aud 25 44,005.02
Individual diMxnltt sub.
led to check 724,708.02
Cvrtifleatos of dtjt
due In less tliuti lttl
State, county, or other mu
nicipal depotitt si-cured by
pledge of asictt of thlt bank 170,000.00
Dividends unpaid 8,000,00
Total of ilcmuud
Certificates of drm-lt 149.800.05
Othei time depotitt OIH.024.01
Postal Savings Dejutiit 4,702,40
Total of time deositt tuli
jict to Reserve 773,510.40
Liabilities other than those
above stated Travelers'
letters of credit 2,600.00
tit .j ti at rtiHtfiiti.
County of Multnomah.
I, C. II. Rumcll. Cashier of the
ulx)ve named luink, do noleinnly swear
that the uIkivc statement is true to the
best of my knowledge nud lcllcf.
(J. 11, IUiskmi, Latnier.
MtlHierioed and sworn to lirfore me
this 0th day of July. 1921.
liordou a. ugden, Notary I'uuuc.
Aiuiiuomau county, ure,
Correct Attest: C, II. Carter,
1'. 1'. Drinker,
J. N. Kdleftru,
Dr. L. J. Keliher
Room 4 Peninsula Hank Iluildiug
Telephone Columbia 793
J. W. BOTTOM
507 Ilnsl Allegheny St.
l'hnue Columbia 1242
St. Johns Fuel Co.
filC Columbia llottlcvard
Slnb nnd Cordwood
Office Wildrose Shingle Co.
Phone Col. 918
PENINSULA HUE ABSTRACT i REALTY CO
H. HENDERSON, Managar
40 N. Jort.y Btr.et
Abstracts of Title lieared
I'liouc Columbia 255
Established Since 1905
Member National Att'u of R.alty Hoards
Member Interstate Realty Association,
Member Portland Realty Hoard,
List your propeity with us: we make
uilrt, S, C, COOK, RtMiltor.
402 N. Jertey Street.
Page's Barber Shop
205 N. Jersey Street
The union shop that itauds for prompt
ami enicieut service, llalr cuttlug
u tpeciulty. A portion of public
iwirouage win oc appreciated,
Member llulldert Hxchange
W. P. Greene & Son
Contractors & BuHdcrs
C25 W. Hl'CHANAN STRHHT
'ortlund, Ore, Phone Col, 1026
CALL VV THH
606 NORTH JKRSKV
l'or ituud Umbroidered Smocks and
kiuioiius and Crocuet of all kinds.
FINE FUNFINE MUSIC
Ada Roach and Ruth Freeman Touch High Spots in
Music and Entertainment at Chautauqua
Ada Itoach and Ituth Krecnmn nro two folks who cun iwitertnln delightfully
and havo tho time of their lives doing It. Their love of the work undoubtedly
accounts to quite an extent for tho enviable plnca they hold In tho cntcrf nlnmcnt
world. It Is doubtful If there Itf a rnoro popular duo on tho platform today.
Ada Itoach la rut Irish Ocm. Sho sings und tells stories In a manner that cap
tivates ovcrynnc. Ituth Freeman present dialect numbers and plays tho violin
with real artistry.
Noted Writer at Chautauqua
Tho Bis Khaki Tcnta Lure Peter Clark Macfarlano
From His Study
I'eter Clark Miicfurlune. who has
study for the Rummer by the KIllKon
claim for fount on nmny other things
books. Ills fume iih u writer Is
well known that ho Is n remarkahlti
great personages of the laid decade who
of their confidence; Itoonovelt In the
of tho Canal .one, Woodrow WIInoii 011
House-, and uiysterlntm Gcnemltf like Wood and Admirals llko Sims und itoduian
and Hike. Maefitrlauo Is 1111 Intensely
Notice to Creditors
In the Circuit Court of the State ol
Oregon for the County of Multnomah,
Notice It hereby given that the under
signed hat been appointed administrator
of the estate of Auguttus M, Jistey, tie
ceased, by the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for Multnomah County, and
hat qualified. All pertoua having cluimt
against tald ettate are hereby uotllled to
present tlie tame, duly verllied as by law
required, to the undersigned ut hit law
othec, 316 Board of Trude lluilding,
Portland, Oregon, within ix mouths
from the date hereof,
Dated and first published June 17, 1921.
Last publication July 8, 1921.
D. C. 1, 15 WIS. Administrator.
With will anneied, of the ltate of
Augustus M, Haley, deceased,
St. Johns Fair Store
Highest Quality and Lowest Prices
Toys a Specialty
207 N. Jersey St. Phone Col.839
Dr. Herbert F. Jones
311 North Jersey Street
W. A. CARROLL
Real list ate Broker
Own Your Home
rw T.;ct;,Tc fn.- ,.nr ;,,c.
v t wa j va itia
pectiou tiow on file at our of
fice. Some fiue bargains in homes
both city ami country.
Phone Columbia 1285
301 N. Jersey St
Patronize the home merchant, i
been coaxed out of bin cozy California
- Whlte I'linutauauiiH, could well rent
hexldes his widely circulated stories nnd
wide-spread thrniiKhout tho land. It Ik not so
Interviewer of gtvnt men. -There nro few
have not honored htm with something
wlldt of Arizona, uoethnis in trie heart
tint porch nt Sea (llrt, tho silent Colonel
Dr. L. F. Pickens,
Office hours 8 to 12 a, rn. 1 to 0. p.
liveninRS 7 to 9.
Peninsula Hank llldg.
Office Phone Columbia 1183
Suits Pressed 45c
Dry Cleaned $1.25
"LET JOY DO IT"
You Bring nnd Take Away
is the Reason
217 N. Jersey Street
Dr. W. J. Gilstrap
Physician & Surgeon
Glasses Accurately Pitted
X ray Laboratory
Peninsula Security Co. Bldg.
Famous Arctic explorer and discoverer of "the blonde Eskimo." He came to Chautauqua with a
remarkable illustrated lecture on his many years of exploration work In the frozen North. This story
has been attracting greater crowds throughout the great ci ies of the country than any lecture event in
PETER CLARK MACFARLANE
Noted American writer and correspondent who makes his initial Chautauqua appearance this summer
before Kllison-White audiences. Macfarlane-is one of the leading contributors to the Saturday Evening
Post, Colliers', and many of the leading magazines. He is rated as oue of the best public speakers in
the country, '
THE JUGO SLAV ORCHESTRA
An orchestra fiom Central Europe that is entirely unique upon the American concert platform.
First Western Chautauqua tour follows many seasons of European successes and notable Eastern engage
ments. They play various sizes of the tamburica, their household instrument for generations.
THE ORPHEUS FOUR
Official quartet of the Orpheus Club of Ios Angeles, winners of4 the first prize for male choruses at
the Panama-Pacific Exposition, The Orpheus Four is acclaimed by musical critics to be one of the
best, if not the best, male quartets in the United States. Two concerts on the third day.
LITTLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
An organization created and coached by Thurlow Lieuraucc, noted American composer and au
thority on Indian music. One of the finest stringed orchestras in the Chautauqua world. Jane Peter
sou, Chicago contralto, soloist. Two concerts on the last day.
Lawn Mowers and Scissors
SAW FILING Satisfaction Guaranteed
H. F. ROSE
524 E. Mohiftk 51. Phone Columbia 1069
STUDIO, 215 N. Syracuse Street
i'houe Columbia 302
Col. 025 Reildeucc-Col. 477
Dr. E. P. Borden
I'nlulett extraction of teeth under nltrout
l'eulutula llanK IlldK.
St. Johin, l'ortlaud, Oregon
Poff & O'Neil
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
Sand nnd Gravel
Daily Trips to Portland
Phone Col. 308 206 N. JERSEY ST
Phone Columbia 977
PENINSULA ELECTRIC CO., Inc.
Electrical Engineers and Contractors
wiuino imxturus and sumixs
General Repair Work
109 S. Jertey Street, Portland. Oregon
KNIGHTS AND LADIES
Security Benefit Association
St. Johns Council 2775
Kruular niectlno But and third Monjivi.
Opru nicctlntit tu the public and tuciubcrt ind
ami ilh Moudait. Vlaitora and mcuitxti cor.
dUlly iuviltj lo attend at Moou II all.
jgtLaurel Lodge, 1. 0,0, F,
No, 1 86, St. Johni. Oraaon
Meets each Mouday eveuiuK In Odd l'el.
lowt hall at 7;3o, A cordial welcome to
all vititinK brothers,
v, 1'. freeman, n u, s, i,. Lormany. v, u.
C, Crar, Kec 6tc. Joe KoUrtt Flo. Sec,
II. V. Clark. Treaa.
St. Johns Gamp No, 7546
Modern Woodmen of America.
We heartily solicit the attendance ol
our members at our regular meetings
every 2d and 4tU luursday evening.
O, W. Muhtti, C. It. Ilatchht,
Phone Columbia 2 Col. UM,
HOLMES J.ODGE NO. 101
KNIOttTS or PYTHIAS
Meets every Friday night at
7:30 o'clock In BICKNER
Hall, Visitors always wel
come, K. CORCORON, C C.
Woodmen ol the World
St. Johns Camp 773
Meet every Thursday evening in
. O. O. F. Hall, Leavitt aud Jersey
streets, visitors always welcome.
W A Trout, c c i
K, C Clark, Clerk.
DORIC LODGE NO. 132
A. f. and A. M.
Meets the first and third
Wednesdayof each month
tn Masonic Hall. Visi
John M. Blair, W, M.
A. W. Davis, Secretary.
No. 43 R, A. U.
Stuted meetings first aud third
Mouday of each month lo Ma
sonic Hall. Visitors Wckoat.
W. A. CAKROtL, k. it. r.
'J. II. I.KMO.N, SccreUry,
tiring tn your Job prtaUag wall
ou thiak of It Doat wait n
Seven Days Filled With Splendid Attractions
Twelve Concerts! Ten Lectures!
A Big Play Production!
- 18 - 19 - 20 - 21 - 22
That's my kind of a shoc,fellows F
"Get those on and I'm ready for anything. Ready for
fiihlne, a hike, a race, or a game and ready for work, too.
I don't have to cliange them when I go to town. Sec those
tire-tread soles and pneumatic heels, I don't pound leather ,
when I can walk on air. They're the best shoe I ever had.'
The Hood Wurkshu deserves its popularity, nor U this
popularity confined to the younger tncmbn of the family.
A shoe for comfort and ease in hard service j a sturdy,
tough, unusually long wearing shoe, combining lightness
with strength, and economy with good looks. ,
oAik any dealer or write us.
Hood Rubber Products Co.. Inc.
Th Hood Kbykort is tlu,
auadard aho for tcnnla. Don't
waslt money buying "sneakers"
that co to pieces on hard courts.
. Klaykorts make a corking shoe
' for every member of the family,
for every kind of outdoor sport.
Remember, HeoJ Kkjkortt
The Fraternal Boosters
Meets every Wednesday evening
Join and Help Boost
Pulley & Zurcher
Plumbing, Heating & Tinning
We Repair Aluminum ware
Phone Col. 92 207 S. Jersey St.
Hall Barber Shop
and BATH BOOMS
I. L BALL. Proprietor
108 Philadelphia St. Baths 35c
Portland, Ore. Phone Col. 1064
W. S. Wymore
Contractor in all kinds of
Cement work or Day work.
Residence 916 N. Central Ave.
Foe ikt sport trimmed, saappy
appearing young men's outdoor
shoe for hard service, we recom
mend the new Bulldog Bal. Extra
strong uppers, soles of tough tire
tread stock, and the Hood Proc
ca insures long wear. See it.
St Joins Transfer 8 Storage
J. R. VVEIMER
Careful and experienced furniture
Feed and Fuel
109 E. Burlington St.
. G, Chambers Mrs. H. R, Lowry
243-250 Killingsworth Avenue
Telephones: Woodlawn 3306 C 1133
.Mr. Chambers is the only G. A. R.
undertaker in the city of Portland.
Personal attention and supervision
given to arrangements.
Lady wishes day or half day
work. Forty cents per hour. Car
fare. Col, 14 17. 81