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the largest in Oregon.
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SUohns Meat Market
SMITH & DONNELLY
St. Johns Market
ST. JOHNS. OBEQOM
ST. Johns review
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ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1905.
NOTES AND COMMENTS
Various Topics of Local and General
Interest Briefly and Tersely
Numerous Matters Which Art Before the Public
for General Discussion
Just now St. Johns Is In the
midst of a heated local campaign.
I lie light waxes hotter and hotter
man, out when such men of the
v-ttwoou ilk go about the country
defaming good citizens under the
guise of religion, they deserve some
kind of heroic treatment, because
the law can't reach them. There
is entirely too much "liberty" (?)
taken by many of these fellows
who profane the sacred desk by
their presence. Who has not heard
many tilings said under euise of
sermons" that dare not he p
pressed bv ud v dim s. Snrr1
tllitlirS arc linndlori nntirnl v inn
, w w. -J -"" I Wit,
iiguuy oy tlic Cawood class of bias- for the
puemers, and we dou't know ineetln.tr
THE THIRD TICKET.
Local Political Pot is Kept
The political bees have been
busy, as all well regulated lccs
should be, and their buzz has been
heard during 1 'every shining hour, ' '
and cloudy ones, too, during the
past week. Last Saturday nisrht a
too was held to nominate candidates 1 J: '
Minn., U. S. A. Vol., Inf.
He served through the entire
service and was discharged July 31,
He was married to Sarah Ann
Dobyns November 3, 1865, at St.
Paul, Minn. To this union was
born seven children, four of whom
have preceded lather to the other
shore. Three are left Lewis 1.
Kemp of Lcntz, Or., William A.
and Nellie May Kcinn of St. Johns.
He leaves a wife and these
OUR SOUTHERN NEIGHBORS.
Our Special Correspondent Observes
na iriftinn in.. .).-,.... 1 1 wneiner UIC twmlo nf
m 1 ... ..wwi.v.a uuv uiun 1 1 1 . 1 1 . 111111 i . i- - w.
fiPliera KeDainnl! more zealous becomes the nartisans 9cScrv? the severe lectu
" . . of the .various candidates. So far. J.,,n,a or not, and are
Urn ptcnimi ip l "ic campaign lias not been marked u -u"iy view ot
.,hniKkmltlilt. line promptly nil v nm, ntllnIlllt . """S Ucr.
vour irnue o j o--- w. iviouuuii
was held in the
Horseshoeing a Specialty
Work Promptly Done
M. L. ROWLAND
Corner Ivanlm tiinl Tnconin streets.
Goldcudalc Coast latindrv bulldlntr. ottd vnt
re of the laruelv attended. L P. Wrinkle
inclined to called the meeting to order, when
me mat- w. O. Isaacson was elected Dentin
ncnt chairman, mid Li. c. Hurl
'.. . f .... .... I ..I a. ...
x lie pessimist ntlit street enrnnr 111C lOUOUtiltr rcvUUtlntiQ were
most loatnsome teature of nol tics jaw-woriccrs had a crimti nut In introduced and adorned:
wil not be permitted. While true l"cm when the announcement that "Wc' tne ,cKal votcr of Sl- J0'1", In
that personal abuse, almost w thotit e Wcyerhnuser mill nconle had i'i" lT u ? vwm
nvnml n.. .... .. 1 - I nr m linn.. C. T-l.. ?.!... """llK tunuiUBlCT lur UIC UHICr
three children, two sisters and three
brothers to mourn his loss.
An Enterprising Woman.
vituperation, and for the irood of
all it Is earnestly hoped that this
Enormous Project Undertaken
Mrs. J. T. McRcady.
cut city office to be voted for on April
Tlienutuageuient of the American
Inn, the great inside hostelry at the
Lewis and Clark exposition, which
will open in Portland on Juno i ,
will be undertaken by Mrs. J. T.
ticket McCrcady. who has figured con-
e t a . I. ...... .. i .1 . ; ... "sccomt ritat wc lavora lair, impnr- iiwuuuaiy in siiiuuu eiuerpnses ai
'i1,0.?! Kood timber to sele big tW ad ccoHomlcal admitUstr.'tlotf Jf the Pan-American and St. Louis
Mrs. McCrcady, manager of the
American Inn restaurant, Droved
such a splendid and congenial host
the parly which cucouratrcs it. vet uon ot their biir ri ant. This kind t. too, hcrchv rcnolvo u foitnw.!
it has no place In a local cainnalirii. of enterprise is not to their HkiW! . "A'M That Uic name of tlila
and should not be tolerated. There jfa an "outside coriwration" you ..Sccoml-Sw
uuu n goou council snouiu he chos- t:":rinsc suouiu nave uecn left "c nifairs ot the city,
en from the long list of candidates. 'for the benefit" of St. Johns citi- , ''ThlrtlThat wc mlhcre to no jwllt-
zens. Nodpubt, if this "foreign K
ai. ...... n i.. i . cortMrntiou" lmii int in.1.1 fT I .t 7 " ' . "
jiuuikiiii, in iiiccuiiuug election, . , cwrcsscu in inc unii Boovc iMra)rapii,
riiuu6p wujm; ui centimes, ior nou unucr no coniiucrauou win wc be
voters should lay aside nil
mat ot cuoostntr such men as
best promote the interests of the
city. St. Johnsisnow about throw
I'vimisiii i. - .. . ...71 a n ------
feeling, and work for a single end, "lsla"ce, and the valuable water
wj "V It. ""I-'.J0 Nominations for mavor Mntr " "U"B,P; 11 Sl,e wo" linearly
. . a ' i rnnnri r 11 v arv a i a
nail IllllllOtl III illinrnmr ntirll" 1""' o
A. E. WILSON,
Itnty Street, St. John. Oregon
and Machine Shop
Rtnairinjr promptly clone. Prices
reasonable. I sell the best incan
descent clone on the market: full
ing aside its swaddling garb, and ' , to anywncrc rcsultctl in Klnir rcxivinir 70 vo tcs V,S'B i,t. Louw exio.sition in
will don the robes of nit Important 5 to loop men, our ' home 3( "d" ," l"r o, Son of ', .nniu ,so,,,,t Mrs' Mc
clty-acity which iu 1906 will op!e'' woull have "enjoyed" it. h 'Shs4 the umi mtio of C,rcn,l: s ,l0SI'lln,il'' will be
boast a population of over six thous- Woidcrful logic, but It has Its sttp- r UKfS ilSnow plfttSC1 to k-am tl,nt s,,c has unct'
and jieoplel To govern well a city IK)r,CM' I lk, s S for SS t?kc" a ?f tl"t.cr , I,roPHr-
of this size requires level-headed er, !S!l lrrientS
men. Men who can rise above per- 1 he MtiUnomiih County Leader, urer. slt'?.n .
souiil auimositieit nnd Druludlces. formerly the Grcsham Gazette, is
. .. . r .'i i.i..' 1 1. ' . j ..iouiif
itnu encompass the irood of the kc locai newspaper, anu nml r.. it. Onriun.i wn. ..n.t.rn.wi
wnoie iKopie, aim udiuinisier a I . . u,c ti mat readies our r0r coune linen nt tnrm..
... :. - . ..t . lit.. t. 2.. nil i. -i .
.iiruug, progressive goverumeui. 1 .. uuvi: iu mc uugrcais
t "i me town 11 represents, losing no
imow that the location of the b ir i'iriHimy 10 give 11 a ooost. inc
Weyerhuuser plant iu St. Johns is l0!"0 at Grcsham should give it a
a reality, till doubt Is removed as "cany support.
lintofclatrial supplies. Key fitting to our future, but we should not
inJ lock work. Cunsmithlug.
House wiring mid all kinds of
ekctricahvork promptly attended to.
D. D. WOOD,
Tacema Street. Near Jersey.
To the Public
"ELASTIC ROOF PAINT."
for one moment relax our efforts to
get other industries, both large and
small, to locate here, hverv reas
onable inducement should be held
out, and our great resources and
advantages advertised thoroughly
and truthfully. We should not
forget the opportunities afforded
by the Lewis and Clark fair to pre
sent our claims. There seems to
be a lull iu this direction. Just
why, we can't say, but there is.
Joe Day, well-known as a Port-
luud detective, has been the star
actor in quite a number of itnsuv
ory escapades recently. His latest
is n shooting scrape. Last Fridav
evening he shot a man named
Louis Schumcr, whom Joe attempt
ed to arrest. Schumer tried to get
away ana uay puued a head on
him, dropping his man. The oth
cruay a woman uoggeu him, or
tried to. He has been severely
1 he meeting then divided into
held. In the first ward C. S.
Ihompson and D. V. Kdwnrds
were nominated, while the second
ward decided upon II. W. Hrlcc
and W. C. Walker.
flic meeting then adjournal.
Jingles on the Cow.
Fire ami water proof, Is manufact
Hva.1 v.l 1... r m r I .. ' a... - I .a a.
-.vuaiw uiMiicj iiy v-. 1. iiioe, inc committee aptwinted by the ccnsureti many times, but we pre
- having no interest in Commercial association to take up su me Joe is as good as the balance
. 31111 011(1 Preserve your this matter have reported no uefi- of the "gang" which ofilicts Port
iwi. mi worK guaranteed. Will nite plan of action as yet. and tin- land.
wnt roofs for next sixty days for less some steps are taken, plans
HflniH.hllA iw.il.i . . . I a. a w in .
h-v-ini. (.sum 11 tenure. lorniuiated and ways and means acauaai is rue in the manage
T. T. rOK devLsed to carry out some plan of meut and awarding committees of
(ukuiuuttt p.i.,.. . ill... n action, very soon 11 win ie too iaie. sue 01. iouis uur oinctais. i.ei us
. Thfi ,unbcr naustr, give, u ft aM ,101e t,mt the Uwla and Clark
IM-Lot, jo x too St.Johns Park strong and mighty lever, nnd we fair will offer no opportunity for
owiooiciiig river. should take advantage of it. the "gralters."
IHS-Lot. w X ICO nwir woolen 1 t
It is amnzing with what irequen
fi-ioo x too iMiiest 1-4 block in cy the big dailies ot Portland have
Anil uliould they cow. the latent
Of foe may act their aonla 011 lire.
And hurl them front tlielr strand catate,
wuerc eacu, anarnitcroi 1'ate,
IZW-Block on Hroadway.
D. C. Rogers
THE REAL ESTATE MAN
sr. JOHNS, 0R1I00N
I insinuations are
True, the slurs
credited to some
citizen of this city, and the b. d's.
Real estate is advancing iu price
since the definite announcement
that the Weyerhauser company
would locate here. While prices
have not been of the "boom" kind
Up to date, it is to be hoped that
Slta now, aupcrh, with vUagc Krhn,
aiki no one tinrc to iiiock at mm.
Should they not cow, they fear a pool,
Where all uood tithes come to achool
To learn the wherefore, and the why,
Of councllmeu who do not trv.
To keen the city pure anil neat,
And all the cowa Irom 01T the street.
Alaal Alackl That such a thine
Aa cowishncta should thua take wIiik,
And hover near them nhdit ami dav.
Obtruding when they try to pray
ror wiaionra loving uauu 10 KUiue,
a nil not a cow be IoimuI outside;
A Strom; corral where she iiiIlmiI moo.
Or butt the fence aa cows will do,
No town of any creat otate.
Ilaa yet snrunt! un. hut. soon or late.
1 lie cow nan raiscu a ncviusii uur.
And made men mad to think of her.
And all the evils that have apruiiK
I'roni cowa kiuce tin old world wat
GEO. W. CONE
Rocri'. Ceiling, Rustic,
Aaa All Kinds of Building
'"K Drr Quitinu.d.
I TOOT BDKT.T1-nnr
t. JOUNS. OKEtinw
claim the Insinuating things said to no great inllatlon will occur now.
be "Interviews." Here is the last we believe the best interests of the
dirty fling, taken from lost Satttr- city will be served and our prosper
day's Oregoniau: Ity greater it dealers hold prices
A resident who. for prudential reasons, down to a reasonable basis. We
,,0?.!! wfll ht name given says: want ,0me builders, and we are
iiat rlotlsiii niul tfood faith of the men ?Hre Ret them, bt Values should
whohroueht the adontlon of the new he Kept witntu a reasonable limit.
charter and iuconioretion in the first Of course, it is natural to expect an
place, I think they have acted unwt&ely.
1 be spirit sbown in connection wit a the
coming tnuulcipal election explains what
liave Incorporated in the first place, and
now we have a charter that would be
suited In most respects for a city of 350,.
000 population, 1 tuinic it wouiu oe
good judgment for St. Johns to join
I'ortiaiul, ami not undertake to
advance as the demand increases.
This is true in every line. Demand
and supply regulate all markets.
But dou't overshoot the mark, sol
that a reaction would prove disas
A syndicate has been formed in
Los Angeles, Ca! with the view
city government, with all the attendant 0f getting control of the saloon bus- And to give th
evils of municipal politics, of which we , J? . f . -t d (ruarnntee to With the jingll
are just beginning to get a taste. St. mess " tmu cltv V ttim guarantee to
I Tnf...a ..... Ir-r.a n In Knti.le I IB1V inifl I IIP CI IV UCaSUlT II1C All III
Mn llAtVM4yvBa from fio.ooo to $15,000 to nay for fire of S1.10.000 annually. If saloons
mr u m mm - 1 m . f t .1 ' ' .
"iim ILLUI ULIII I apparatus purcnascii, lor uie
lot for a
Oder can be left at Couch' store
,t Attention GIko to All,
W. A. STORR
DANIEL BREGHT . ,
NOUSES TO RENT
" Win i BOOK UU. OS V
t " . . M a a
city hall, for a public dock and lor sala
ries, which, tuougu small, must oe pam
Unlaw l .misread tbe luture, 1 pi
must exist, why wouldn't
scheme be a good one?
Rev, Campbell preached a
cf I If we swear a "cuss" or two
I . r .a .1 1 . t t 1..
vc cau i uiiuw a tuck, cuuiuhiiu ill
that St. Tohna will be knockine for ad
mission to Portland before the next two mon at the M. E. church Suuday i";'!;
ii r I I - HljiUI, 1U WWtu lie uigcu uu ui'
wcuuiiiueucvcpi. jornia i"- ers to vote for no man who was
sessesso disloyal and disgruntled Ueking office, and some of his
a citizen, even among the i-icicic- hearers interpreted this to aiean
ers" and mossbaclcs. it there is that they shouia not vote at an.
one such, Portlaud is welcome, to w brethren, decidedly wrong.
uiui, uui ii ue Hvca us uuytt The Review hasn't found a candi
that city as He is to bt. Johns, and jn, :n ct Tnhns who has not said:
u ! t.? i ..cr. I j
wuiu ever cxcjtisc ma muss uui- mj don't want the oihee; I am a
ciently to attract any notice m the candidate only because the peopfc
metropolis, we'll venture to say that .n. , ta Each and everv
cuy wouia oe giaa to gci nu oi disinterested, to be sure. Bro.
Campbell hasn't mixed much in
St. Johns politics, evidently.
WNOLE 4 WINDLE
him, A man who can so far for
get his obligation of citizenship in
hishwecky as to give utterance
to use acaHMUCUts cxpceu avuuyc,
wm wneyer'b umma;i no. never,
in any cofumHnity. '
Fruit raiser of Pierce county,
Washington, will give away apples weacn at the ae of 24
land strawbwnes at tse iewis ana L.tnnr.Mroti where iat nf
TheasMultatColdendale. Wash., on Claris exposition in oraer 10 con- uis u tne ministry was done.
Preacher Cawood a few day ago, appear vince easterners that Pierce county He served several charge as sup
tohave"been without any provocation, is an unsurpassed locality for rais- nlv and was ordained local deacon
and utterly nexcusable from any point 7 " nrrAitcl P.y : vl 1 luT'
of view. Thiais a country, of religious ng Uiese products- at Albany in 1893 by Bishop Good-
libertv. andamanorwoanha just as A ti so.ooo exhibit of tbe proclt selL He 4 was well liked every
mucn ngm to oe a rree jaeiuooi ucts of tt,e nmippiue isianas win where hewept.aua met with success down bv the manacement
Presbyterian or Catholic. Portland . .rHticr fratiire of the 00
! KOUrBAI.' I .... ... a . a I " .
4 i. . - a 1 initsvi -.rirfQ irnvpnirneni rnav unti trt( i-itrii wnr nrnvnttt tit. i -
Tbe Review has no apologies 10 - ris
make for lawlessness, nor woum u r.rZi'ZLs : . ! r ' T," r.. dollar a year,
ViK hi wiawuiy A.i 31U aflii oi 1
W T 1inn.. A u tt.....t.... 111c JMiieiium 11111 in lOKHieu till
..1 I a'aava. w viiiisti ftira Itllll
est body of water ever included
an cxositiou enterprise, and doubly
11 . . . n. 1 ... m. ... I... .........1 :
....:.t....t iiiiiuvini' uiviiik iu 11.1 liiiiiiiiu uri
i i.wi w uw a uwtii.i
at a a
uesigticu to accommodate 2000
The Inn ndjoins the Esplanade,
11 promenade more than half n mil
long extending ttloiig the shore.
Pucing the Inn. on the peninsula iu
the center of Guild's Lake, tire the
United States government buildings.
Beyond these, iu the distance, rise
To cow or not to cow'a the nuettlon. inc snow peaks ot the Cascades
The Council Miya It U a vexed one: At the rear the fir-clad foothills
Should they not cow, they scarcely know make a striking and pleasing back-
. mar KU rround for the vorv vh to of tilt
"l I .......... WI.I.. M...I I .1 l
nu utiuie. 1 ui.-t iiieui lueiitiuu uuiKes
the American Inn a veritable Mini
liter resort hostelry.
Broad verandas iu two tiers en
tirely surround the building. Ter
races with ornate balustrades ex
tend out from the verandas to the
Esplanade and the waters of the
lake. Boat landings nrc provided
011 two sides, from which the vis
itor can embark iu a gondola,
ciectnc munch, row boat, or nu
Indian canoe for an enchanting ride
of a couple of miles on Guild
I he building is three stories high
and is built with an interior court
which has been transformed into a
beautiful flower garden. This
arrangement makes every room nu
outside one, and provides an abund
auce of light and air. Eire e.scae.s
are provided on nil sides of the
building nt frequent intervals, and
u nigut patrol system guarantees
absolute safety to guests. Electric
ai communication irom each room
to the office insures good service.
All of the hall floors are sound-
deadened so that guests can rest
well at night. A buffet, barber
shop, news stand, booths where
guests may purchase collars, cuffs,
haberdashery, notions, in fact,
everything that is needed for com
fort and amusement are provided,
The rates of the Inn are fixed
and controlled by the exposition
and will be maintained throughout
the exposition period. Rooms may
be secured on the European pluu
for $2 to $ per day, Including
breakfast. On the American plan,
the rates run from &s-5 to i.t.50
per day. Rooms with private baths
are, ot course, proportionately
higher. Reduced rates are made
for two or more persons occupying
the same room, and children under
ten years are takeu at half rate.
These rates include the daily
admission to the grounds after one
has become a registered guest of
the hotel, and this is paid to the
exposition by the hotel management.
Visitors 6toppmg at the Ameri
can inn avoid the inconvenience
and expense attached to riding to
and from the grounds 011 the cars.
They may divide their time between
sightseeing and rest at will.
A well-appointed first class cafe
is maintained where a la carte ser
vice can be had at popular prices.
Table d'hote meals are: breakfast
and luncheon 50 cents each, and
evening dinner $1,
Rooms may be reserved m ad
vance by making a small deposit,
ana dates may ue cancelled or
changed by observing rules laid
roruaturs municipal campaign
may not, as yet, be quite as anima
ted as that in progress at St. Johns
nt this time, but it has already de-
veloied a number of peculiar situ-
ntions. The new primary law
under which the nominations will
be made here, Is the source of much
confusion among those who have
hitherto been accustomed to cutting
and drying the political program
before it shall have been presented
T l Mln.n . . 1 . n ......... . I .
u uiuat wiiu weie ciiuscu to lllllKC
"the nominations In nccnnlntifv
therewith. The bosses seem to be
without a job; but they arc not
wholly Idle, by anv means. Thcv
would like to deceive the jcople
Into believing that they are not
concerned about the situation nt
nil; but their success so far iu that
direction has not been sufficiently
marked as to be worthy recognition
Many ot these professional noltt
ciaus have lived on official eiiiolu
... a ..... 1 0
iiieuts uuu grnti lor so manv vears
mat mere are not many atnoiii:
them who would know how to
begin again to earn 11 livelihood by
legitimate pursuit 01 Diisiness
t t 1 t t .a
iieuce ineir worry over tne new
Mayor Williams' mysterious titti
tune relative to his tmsible cand
dacy for re-iiomiuntion has filially
been partially solved but nol
wholly so, as many affect to believe
lie declares now that he will be
candidate if the Republicans wil
nominate him; but, prior to this
announcement, it was quite geuer
ally retried that the Republican
organization had concluded not to
place a ticket in the field. Perhaps
the honorable mayor imposed this
condition iu order to avoid the effort
of vindicating his present itduiluis
trittion by serving another term.
W. T. SLATTI3N
Onice lu Cochrnn Hlook, next to Dr.
1 tensor olitcc
Ofllce hours, 9 n. tu, to 8 p. 111.
Telephone Scott ti.18
hut, Spartan-llkc. in liold array.
Men met and put the cow away,
wnere meat leisure, ruminates,
no more destroys tlielr garden gates
nut reign a queen, much loved, alone,
Within a space that' all her own.
Put her away as troiur men should.
And we'll all halloo that your'e good,
The Bells-Cow Bells.
vou heard the merry jingle of
As on the midnight air it softly swel)?
iau you near lit jtngic, pngie,
Till your nerve are all a-tlnglc
And you with that you might mingle
With a hatchet, or a hingle,
With the herd.out 011 the street.
There to daughter all you'd meet,
ve the owner hens,
ng of the belli?
"Hush, my child, lie still and slumber,
i'or out bossy gilding by,
this she'll not Harmm:
'11 not harm my precious darling,
to sleep, and do hot cry!'
City fathers will forgive us,
William Andrew Kemp was born
December 13, 1835 in Baltimore
county, Maryland. He died at his
home in St. Johns, Multnomah
county, Oregon, March 3, 1905
aged 69 years, 2 months and i
He was converted in an old log
school house at Walnut Corners,
Ind., at the age of 16, and uulted
with the M. E. church where he
remained a faithful member until
his death. He was licensed to
abndetbe propsr liberty of asy I asd Ckrk exposition.
The local Democrats have pricket
up their ears 11 little in the hoiie
mat tne direct nominations aw wil
ulfonl them an opportunity to sli
a few good men into fat niunlclpa
ft. a4 a a ..a . 1
pus. rneir leaders held nn Inter
esilng meeting' oh AVelluesday even
ing to consider several different
propositions as to how they shouli
proceed to take advantage of the
new situation. It Is strange, how
ever, that so many voters tlo not
yet fully understand the new prim
nry law; and for that reason a fill
vote is not exiiected at the June
election. Eor fnstnnce, if a voter
who registered last vear without
giving his political affiUuttou, he
will not be eriiilUed to vote unless
ic re-register, giving the name o
the tMirty to which he belongs. So.
also, must he register again If,
since last election, he hns moved
us residence into another ward or
Our city council has just voted
to increase the saloon license fee
from $400 per annum to ;oo.
Even that figure Is too small. The
city would ititdoiimcdiy receive ns
much revenue If the fee weresiooo.
A uumlier of the chain dead-falls
iu the North End would thus be
driven out of business, much to the
moral improvement of the metrop
Chief of Police Hunt will prob
ably soon increase the number of
lis olhclal family, the council huv
ug authorized the ooard of police
commissioners to add 40 patrolmen
to the torce, ihey arc needed.
11 fact, Chief Hunt has long been
laudicappcd by the fact that his
force of policemen has been entirely
uadequate to the ueedu of u rupidly
growing city like Portland, The
metropolis is already overrun with
thugs and petty thieves who have
come thus early from all parts of
the country to get iu 011 the ground
oor when the opening of the Lew
is and Clark centennial extwsitiou
shall give them opportunity to ply
their criminal trade.
The strike among the workmen
at the exposition grounds is about
to collapse from sheer inanition.
Workmen are returning to their
tasks by the score and resuming
their places. It is probable tliut
the work of completing the build
iugs has not been appreciably de-
ayed. I he fair commission has
announced that everything will be
11 readiness for the otieuiug day on
which President Roosevelt will
touch the button that will set the
thousands of wheels of the great
show iu excited motion,
The Civic Improvement associa
tion is doing most excellent service
tu the matter of cleaning up the
city and adding many useful and
ornamental attractions to it. The
enterprising women of the city have
taken a vigorous part in the good
work, so long delayed. Probably
they have been watching the pro
gress of the rural city of St. Johns
in that respect.
Lawrence M. Hcnscl, M. D.
OITiccnt Central Hotel
Over I'ostoulec . . ,
Ol!ice hotiro, t to 5 p. m.
Phone Scott 1 1.8.
ST, JOHNS, . . ORUOON'
Dr. E. W. ROSSITER
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OfllcB liouriii 0 to 12 tnJ ls30 to S.
ItedJrneo l'liono Scott 1201.
Office l'liona Union 4002.
Dr. MARY MacLACIILAN
Onice hours, 9 to 11 a, in. t to 5 p. iu.
Rwlilence Phone Scott
Onice Plume Union G),
Office I Upitalr. not Klllolt' Drue Store.
T. T. PARKER
Attorney - at
Instructions on PIANO nml OROAN
AAIY B. ROWLAND
50 Cents n l.csson
Corner Jersey nml l.c.il(t SlrecU.
GOODRICH & GOODRICH J
ST. JOHNS A1IP rOUTLANP, OllEOON
Chicago Rooming House
l W. IIINMAN, Prop.
Rooms from (lino n week tin.
Cor. Chicago nnd Ivnnho slrccls
To SI. Johns, I lluli Inn J lictnceu enr
lino ami river. Lots 5th 1 00. iillcvs. S200
Hnsy monthly Payments.
(1. II. VANIIOUTUN, St. Johns
Three 14 Acre Lots for -Sale
With nllryx, nil rorucni,
Dr. William Wolf I licks
St. Johns I Munis
sr. joiins. or
Q. W. OVURSTRUUT
Columbia Boulevard and Central Ave,
Airs. L. Tyner, Proprietor
l int Class Rooms
ST. JOHNS HOTEL
MIHH 1(1011, l'ruprlelicii
St. Johns, Oro.
Is nn uii-to-ilnto quick Lunch,
Cih'ar, Coiifoclionury and News
Stand. Tho Celebrated Ilnzel
wood Cream and Huttcr kept
Corner Jersoy St. and Broadway
St. Johns, Orogon
'he best HRKAD, CAKKS
and PIRS in the world
Give us a trial
Phone Scott 3101 St. Joans