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ST. JOHNS REVIEW
tt, .1 I), Lawrence, of Livingston,
JUil'vUimr tlio llurhort family
i; 'i l Axlel, .f lJl1lf.V, Ore,
. i l..-r mini Jlw. y. ir.
!!.'" ut. will siiend a couple of
: 11117. '"
i .'.,! 'their ol1 homo in Clnrk Conn
K k Mr. Scoll will relurn in
0K5 " '. 1 r,.n.ilv Infi Tups-
1 " Zl ..i lenst it is hoped so.
"?.H7," .m.,im.(l. a brother of
i ,nnl Slifinr,1. rccontly arrive.
i . Imh.1 to vixil his brother and
7 , .i"""l ' " v,cw ,,f
S n rH-l,Mt of 81. Johns.
Xl,t. iomiH 1 ln"l Tuesday's elec
tion a n U'l'MI'li' 'w 11,0 'P"l'li
rin, rnrn" ; their opponents out
Pfiltl. 'I'1' in Orison wan a
forep'tio 'afloii, ho far as Hie
,rr!tU'nttnl .-if was concerned, the
'inly live i"1' '" in l,"','il'li""' l''V1'
ciinlief iml "'' i '''W' f l,m
hiliilonii'ii, v " only three precincts
tu Mnlttioitt.il' 1 oiinly voteil in tlio af
finitive. hk,.siy Hark, .Monlavilla
J I .mi ll u-.v.
In St. ' precinct prohibition
Mit alclVnti)! v eleven voles 10S for
mnl II" 1 Df course, this does
not iiieiiii Hi '1 Johns is, without
further iiult a "wet" town. The
matter will Im to he determined by
llie rllv i'" i i. il. - "ii .Mayor miok says
V .. .... .11.4 ll... I it.. ...II
niiii eiiiHinii' mm .
aiII HJit -.il "ii licenses to the bitter
rml. It H 'I' 'stood the eoiineil
iiti.iiiiiimiil.v KiiHiilt the position of
The mI I bund iiioslion wax a liv-
ins ine The electors ileeiileil
liv n vole ID lor ami im against the
iiniiiMil lai'i' of .10,0II0 of bonds
In initke ii.I.IiIihih to the present
The liil.il ' ie easl here wan very
lyhl. Si.t njjtt crsoiis MWino in
lli.ir voles, hating tailed to icgistcr.
The St. Johns Land Co. is oracling
-I I...M.I! i - n r 7.
ii iii-iii, illuming mi uiihi muo oj. Jersey
street. The company will occupy tlio
front for their own olllces. Tlio Ho
vlev has lense.l the rear room, anil
hopes to hu loeatcil heforo tho next
issue of tho paper. Tho room has
heen specially flnishc.l to accommo
date! tho (liio now printing nlnnt onlcr
e.l for Tho Hoviow.
A masqucrado hall has boon an
nounced for Wednesday cveniinr.
Nfivemhor 12.1, nt Hickncr's hall, under
till' nllgtlit'ns It f SI. Jlllma Hn in ll Nil
77.1, Woodmen of tho World, (loot!
music hns been secured, and a good
nine, is uniicipaieu.
C. 1). Kdwi.rds sold his houso nm
lot, near tlio veneer works, for .fwll
unmet iireeni was tlio purchaser.
DON'T WAIT TO DO GOOD.
Thevi untitle .loliu It. Seherrer and
wife, ot I I'lirlliiml, visited our
rlly Tliiiixlnv of this week, lit ex
hu'mmI IiiiiimII' as mine Hum delight
ed with St. .Ii'lin. .Mr. Heherivr is
mid to the i.lilcM Odd l ellow in the
Idle, liieMluy lie went to tho polls
and east his ule. We Miggesfed
Kimi'tell, hy ttay of a ttuess. "Oh,
jes! oh, J'r l(iHtevelt, tif
niiue' iiu jk'mhI Hie well pleas
itl HV Mr S hener was horn June,
Ml, in. (I thuifiiie in his II 1 1 It
Vi'ur. Il Ii ii'lili.il in I'lii'ln
Yotk. ( litniiM ami I'oilhiiiil, and iiiav
til lite in Nt .liiluis. lie was jtiht
ID. verti old when he enisMil the At.
lanlic. hill It liHik mi lonif then. .Ill
l.iv-. he Mild, that he wild "I felt
Ihnt I iiiii have heen horn on the
iiriiii, Hi,, niit pulleniaii is ipiile
rherful ami witty, And, gentle dames,
It ttniilil do you uiHid to hear his lov-
licnnd atleiiltve wife always address
lain "llnitev." 4Mle never wants hi
Kit in' " remarked the wife.
I. U, fuller, loimeilv one of tin.
imiieii. or Hie l.iiiiiiiui sawmill, is
hitilillM.' a line leshleni'i, mi Ills hits In
Si. Julius I ink.
S. I, Ovili'ii. nt' Vnrili Kl .L.liny
talleil yeMenlay, and slaled that work
nuiliimr Miriug fr f ni t,p ,,niH.
nrs uie eiie 'oragiiig,
Now is tho tlino to do good now is
tho time to scatter sumdiiuo nnd
nhove all now is tho timo to cheer
a hrolher who is lonely and sad hy
mini words ami loving deeds.
Oil if you have a smilo for anvono
give it now, don't wnitl Life is said
lo lie "what wo mako it;" hut oh. I
mink our lrlcmls ami brothers yes,
ami all whom wo meet from day to
i , , .,. ... . ,. ,
nay aim men- miio in lorming our
lives for wo nio susecptihlo to in
llueiieo moro or less.
Tho geniality and wannlli of the
smile invigorates whereas tho frown
and tlio harsh words depress ; hut how
thoughtless wo are, many a timo when
wo frown, wo might just as well
smile. If anyone has a kind word
a word that would cheer another Oh,
itivo it now.
Don't wait until it is too late, for
tlio ilnys aro Heeling by and now is
the time they need your words of com
fort nsd cheer to help them tread
the rough path of life.
If you havo it strango hrothcr In
your midst make him welcome that
he may feel that ho has a nlaco in
(your Itenrl and your Lodge.
ii you nnvu a kiss lor someono
tivo it now while tho lips aro warm
wi'.h life and can thrill with love and
It Ik qrnnd and nohlo lo ho nhlo
to proiluco n smile instead of a frown
likj a Hash of light in tho darkness.
Ilio frown is darkness yea, death
Itself, hut the smile is life, sweet
Let us as hrolhors all send out
moro sunshine in tho world to lighten
tho pathway of our hmlhers, friends
Our llowers, our love or our smiles
will most assuredly help tho living.
Wo nil hunger after each other's
sympathy and love; give it ero it
ho too late.
It is grand nnd nohlo to love; nnd
in lovo wo share each other's burdens
and dlhK.'l tho darkness and scatter
sunshine all nroutid.
"Let's ho nwful happy hoys
livery blessed minute,
Then tho old world's hound to hnvo
Lots of sunshine in it;
l'or tho old sun when ho sees
Us so blooming jolly,
Met you he'll rliier up and say
I'm with yon Iny b'golly."
It. fc?. Livingston.
WHEN ADAM WAS A KID.
iiicro niu't. ltuicli lint in livnr now
For little kids like me,
'Causo everybody's down on mo
An' folks won't lot us ho.
It didn't uso to ho that way
When Adam was a kid.
Ho Wasn't hullyragged nnd jawed
l''or everything ho did.
He didn't have to go to church
An' Sunday-school an' such,
Nor wash himself, nor brush his hair
Nor sit up straight not much,
llu dono whatever ho'd n mind -l'or
nulliin' was forbid-
Yon bet that boys hnd jolly times
When Adam was n kid.
If ho wont through tho melon patch-
As kids most always do,
Ho didn't have no dad to take
An' lick him black and blue;
An' when ho heard his mother's voice
Ho never run an' hid;
Hoys didn't have no pa and nm
When Admit was a kid.
The world, folks say, is wiser now,
An' better too, than then,
Hut I can't see that latter limes
Turns out much hotter men.
Slay ho wo'vo got i loro hooks nnd
Than what tho ancients did
Hut people had more common koiiso
When AJjiii was it kid.
I cannot walk fast in mama's shoes.
Well, nnd why did you loan yours
lo your dry goods clerk. Hy this timo
ho should hnvo it pair of his own.
If it costs mo fiO cents I nm going
to take Delia to tho theater. William
tho law student.
I wish (hem limes would romo ag'u
To little kids once moro
And lot tho world wng on ng'n,
Just like it dono '"jforc.
Who wouldn't like to ho n hoy
Jl ho could live ninid
Such bully times as them
When Adam was a kldt
C. C. Johnson.
Somehody did n golden deed;
Somebody roved n friend la need:
bomcbody sang a beautiful song:
Somebody smiled tho wholo day long
homebody thought, " 'Tis sweet to
Somehody said, "I'm glnd to givoj"
bomcliody fought n valiant light:
homebody lived to shield tho right;
its that somebody you 7
AMATEURS AMD rilOrEDBIOKALD.
O'mnk H. Ilullrrworlli In KotrmUr Oullnc).
Alt mtlftlvtir U tin who l.Uir. fur iit..ium
mill' I lis run Uy wild whom lis iiicttrt,
mi Ion m lis Ut for tKMur alone, II
nifty Hy wim nr (gamut I cum which Ii
lidliff lilil nr lilt tin fur tflltt mnn.vt lia
mar nlay with timf.itlnnali nr animl tii.tn.
TIicip U nil rraann wlir nit amaltur aliiiuiil
nm pi in any company lit piraari an long
irolilnl lit ilaa only for
Ihat rra.iin. Tli tirnf.nlnnal fa nna who
niftp in slhlrlKa fur n llttllhooil. Thla.
hnwrtrr, wnulil not make tirpffiilonal
liaarball piayrr nrofrttlanal Irnnla tilayar.
mm olio re iilayltiK for llrellhootl, that
Kirrlmr haa atiglit, lltat ai a mis
la fur itifihev. ulara amall valua nn til.aa.
ur n,i a to ready lo mar His fin by nuar
rrllnr, IrlcVrry nr unlalr itrallnr. It U
only liwrn I ho protrotanal Inula (lis ptrac
urn of Ihs cam that lis la olI cllonalli.
Thl la not Oir ilMltirllon iitrcslrcil liy our
makrra nf rule, who hare hen to abiorboil
In Ihs ttinnvr, uinnir haitball ami aumincr
Imanl nurallnn that Ihsy havs fall J to
nnllfp how ranlilly htvy wrrs rrralnc In Ids
amateur wnrhl all Ihs unplraaanl rharatlcr.
lira of His prnirtilonal, ths moil notule
of whlrli la nuarrrUoiiienrai anil inaVIng
uutinrta ni u an.
a for heir alhlalla inlercouras
nrnt only llis roiutnon ruls that an amateur
nt, who haa rerelreil nn rompenotlon
fur hta alhtetlo Villi that thais who liars
rereliej aurb rotnpenaallon ars profcolonalat
ami Ihat profeolnnala ar hrrel. With all
ulnrrlbln lo llila almpls root ml Urine up
In It only an agreement lo meet ainrially
rarh year for n common perioil woult L
.flllllll Lot 100x100 in husiness center
l)l)l)-Lot 100x100 near woolen mills
one block from O. H. & N.
I00-L..I ftOxlOO, one block from
O. It. & N. I. It,
:i(IO Lot (10x100, two blocks from
school house. A lino corner.
U."0 bit nOxlll, close in and near
Other lots at other prices. Also in
surance and loans, Lorresitoiideiieo
W. J. PEDDlOOItD
Phono Union 000 1
H, VAN H0UTEN
e a 1 Estate
W. H. Killingsworth
THE PIONEER REAL
ESTATE DEALER OF
THE PENINSULA . . .
The llnesl list of residence immnrlv
in the district.
Walnut Hark offers tho most dcslr.
able home sites streets urailcd. lots
rtOxlOO. Sold at iirices tlio most fnv-
uahle in the market.
W. M. KILLINGSWORTH
303 Chamber of Oommorco, Portland
ST. JOHNS HOTEL
M1NH ItKUt, Pro.tlrlrru
Jorsoy Street - - St. Johns, Oro.
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