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I flCAL ITEMS
AND CITV NEWS
From Various Sources
The grip is prevalent.
fr Mnc lfnitli, riressiimker,
Vorth St. Jolms.
tt nt tlie New Yenrswenr-olTs
are' nil off now.
nut UVs tv. of vScio, Ur., was
the gtitet of IJiekner llros. Inst Sun
I V. Hill and wife, from Denver
. . ...'... t.iti.iti 1tlt tfimla
Colorado nre m 01. j.nni.-i mi ..vv.iv,
looking tip a location iui iramv-iiu-.
I? H. Haiina lias accepted Hie
itti'tton of wnmiKer for the West
Coast I.mni'lry Company of bt.
Win. Davis, wlio lias been work
, wi(h liis son on tlieir new build'
Jr, lusKone Mc.Mlimvllle for a
fcfv days visit willi Ills familv.
St, Jolms Camp No. 75.16 M.
. A. mwt every Tuesday night
n lUckiicr'H halt. H. K. Knight,
I. (. I. Thompson, Clerk.
in the erection ofi
and brass foundry
J. Ilobson, of Tacoma, was in
the city Sunday, visiting friends.
I-'or rapidity nud comfort the St
Johns car line can't be beat. It is
quite comfortable these cold morn
inys to sit inn heated car with your
feet against a rndintor, speeding
nlong nt n twenty-five-milc-nii-hottr
A few days ara the biir (lrecltrc
At . I I t. . 1 T . .
v-oiumoia oroKO ncr truss rods and
cnniuicl chains and she is now Iv-
nig 111 the St. Johns dry dock for
repairs. Some time will be rmi.
sinned in fitting her up in working
T. II. Hlooinureen. who works nt
Cone's mill, had bis right foot badly
crushed Inst Saturdav inorninir bv
bciiii; run over by a nart of the loir
1 t r
earner maeinuery. lie was laid up
for a few days, but is not seriously
On the drop curtain of the stage
11 Hickner'M ball W. 1. Pcddicord'.M
advertisement contains this prophe
cy: "St. Johns' populatiou in
lyio, 10,000." A verv modest
irediction which promises to be
more than fulfilled.
1 ho M. W. A. band irnvu mi
outdoor concert last Sunday after
noon, in front of the sclioolhonse.
It proved a most enjovnble nffnir.
a ... .
nun a large crowd attended,
band boy.s nre progressing
and the music rendered was
HARD TO IMfTATE.
Several carloads of machinery
for the St. Johns Shipbuilding
plant are being unloaded this week.
The freight bill on the consignment
is n littleovcrSiooo, w hleh will irive
some conception of the ninount nnd
value ot the machinery.
K. II. Ilcebe and I. TrimMe.
junction! mnchincHts of Porllnnd
have opened the St. Johns .Mnchine
Works on waterfront nloinrsltlo nt
the St. Johns saw mills, Tliev
will build hydraulic wood-lffis.do
blacksmitliitiK nud till kinds of ma-
All talics are cordially
CollMll. U. ! IIIOIIipSOIl,
v. A. Oce and Carl
have Ik.vii employed
Gray to assist
his new iron
A. Harris was visiting in St
tntiiK U'eilncsdav. Mr. Harris is
i meunicr "i in, iiiuinii.-i viiin.
,.,.t mA Till! KHVIUW office 11
St. Joints like all other towns has
...-.classes ol men. uue einw uiai
tttirks hard to do things, and
another class that is equally its busy
trying to stop them.
The unsightly pool on Jersey
street near the old our ihiiii nan
ii drained under the direction or
Councilman Medio, mid ho .luncrve chine repnirinir.
lounfciwlit for it.
The Columbia Kloctrlc Works, , " , ,""' ' "w how.
1 it n .rr? ,..,. li.w l-,. " "" poeiry on
I, 11. I..IIIIV h"l III V",. I.A. tl.nl I I I...
.i .1 t.v,r ..lu i y lllli.lll lift'" t.im n HiiiilliL.l I III;
a ft, oral electric sunnlv house. JT. " " .T.K,e". V ,nt "m,mm
" - 1 iiuiii: nu i;iiiv tin linn- nu in.
TlicUdies Aid Miciety 01 tile soul of a chid: but inn-ii-v nlmtit ti
vOiro.Miionai cuuren win mcei mm rives lite editor w I.
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zrvLZi.;:: .7,.;;..- .; ,,rr,7 . school um r tiiis district
rv. " I li.iu --..I II... i t.tt.f
toachers nescKsnry, when the nddi
tl i i. i
XWUH IU II 0 MMWXH 1)111 (Mfltr nil
II. Cliipmau lias Itoen H'Iectol coniii eto . Miss Clam Uvnn mul
I. .11. t..... I .
uyiueni. jmius v.ouimercini vimi .miss joscpiiliie rnMon nre the for
to iKtsit the hi. Johns city charter tuuato young Indies who will fill
through the legislatuie this session, the iHwitions at lwginnlng of next
w. .I.! in i. r.. ... " "
ir. v.ihimm.111 win lenvv nir riiieui lerill.
. . a a I
ixxi .Montiay. IioiH.il tmv. Hi.- Cm. ml ri infill
. 1 a J ,
Ivdnards S: Price are rushing I is pushing work on his new build-
nork mi their new building on ling and will have it enclosed in u
lliylinnd New York strecUnud will few days. Mr. (5 my, for the pres.
wrndy to Master in alow (Ibvk. 1. enu will elect only a sleel liininco.
do the brick nud iut inter on will liuild u large brick
l urniico some forty feet high. He
c.octs nlho to build an oflicc nud
stoieroom in connection with the
i he Longrcgationuiists have or-
to guuizwl and steps are being taken
to erect n church edifice on Willa
luetic liouleviird. Until n building
s couiDletod. ruuulnr services will
Ik held in Illckuc-r's hall. The
Indie of this denomination met at
the residence of Mm. Houston
WVdnewIny nud organized n Indies'
If you dont read Tin, Kitvntw
.? . .
you nre missing n good ticai oi news
of local Jntoiest. We aim to dis
cuss local matters intelligently and
also to keep our readers posted on
things both important nud uuiiu
iMirliint. It is n good paper to
send to vour friends nt n distance
I. lieoler, nud by nil nieans should Ik found
in Montana, liu cvurv housuhold in our little
About forty-five memlicrs of the
St. Johns camps of Modern Wood
men nnd Uoyal Neighbors attended
a joint installation of officers with
Urape Lump nt Unchurch ball,
Port land. Monday evening. After
ihe installation ceremony refresh
ments were served and dancing in
Rnttml-j llc-nnil the AMIKj- uf Our
' Vncul OrKntiK.
"Tlint man ctin Imitate ncrfeclly Uiu
Jlnglo of money," snld In n tono of on-
logy a youiif? womnn.
"Well, wlmt of that?" objected her
companion. "That ought not to bo
hard to do,"
"Try to do It."
Tho objector, nftcr summoning lute
ins mind tho sound of Jingling money,
mod. "ii-r-r-tnt-tnt," lio went. "Hr-br
nra-rn-rn, chli-chUk-cht.." Then ho
smiled npologetlcnlly, for ho had failed,
Not by tho furthest stretch of tho Im
agination could It bo said that ho had
uttered n sound thnt resembled mon
ey's Jlnglo In tho least degree.
"I knew you couldn't do It," snld tho
young womnn, "It Is ntnnzlng how
ninny slmplo sounds thoro nro thnt wo
can't Imltntc, try ns wo will. There Is,
for Instnnce, tho Bound of n nerson
walking, tho sound of a typewriting
ninchlno In operation, tho sound of run
ning water, tho sound of a brenklutr
dish. You can't lmltnto those com
monplnco noises, nnd I doubt If nuv
ono In tho world can. Our vocal ca
pacity seems to us large, but It is real
ly limited enough-nB limited ns thnt
of many nnliniils and much more lim
ited than that of cortnln birds. That
Is why I honor n man who hns extend
ed Ida vocal capacity sulllclently to Im
nine tno pleasant, silvery so'ind of
money's Jlngle."-Ilnllltnoro Herald
Bargains in Dirt !
i'liree lots in fine cherry orchard each with fine river view.
hoi 91x204 with fine two story building opposite Cedar Park,
bine location for business of any kind.
1,01s in norm ht. Johns ?25 down and $10 per month. Price
Lots in Kings sub division 54x92 each $300 with alleys.
Lots in Point View $5 down and S5 per month each $100.
10 room house on car track with lot 50x100 price $1500.
7 room 'house and two lots in good location price $750.
W . H . KINO
ST. JOHNS, Oregon
HENERY C. SCHROEDER
Furniture, Carpets and Stoves
AGENT FOn "QUICK MEAL" STEEL RANGES
.IANUAIiYCI.nARANCISAI.n. NTTM. 1(1 R
PRICP.S IN n.OOR C0 BRINGS
I lie pivHiil cold simp is not so
agreeable to webfeet as mill, but it
iim one good tiled in giving us
nice hard Mreits to travel on,
sutcii is certainly prefenible
ling through mud.
The Portland Manufacturing
uaiunv, oi ht. Johns, is issuing n
Uautiful Calciidur this year. It U
raUllislieil with a fine illustration
tjititbl The Old Ouard." The
subjects are loc.U, and reproduced
Contractor b'rwl Koener is rush
K the Ilolbrook building for
waril with a large force of men
and will soon have it enclosed.
T!. I ...
iiicmiutiuig win nnve lour rooms
lor stores, two on Jersey and two
ho has k-en absent
tra$ called hoine u few dnvs mm hv
Uit wious illness of hl,s wife.
Mrs. Wheeler is now much tatter,
u'th gotnl prospects of full iccov-
I.. Carr has sold his pool room
to Jul MaRoon who will conduct
in the future. Mr. Carr has
taken charge of a work-gang on
.: Aoriuern i'acilic
wonuorrin fiIkIUk uf Till Orrnt
I cnllirrril Wnmlcrrr,
Of nil tho strnngo crcnttux-M seen by
irnveierrt not tho lenst Interesting Is
tho wandering nllmtross. This great
renuiereii wanderer, soinet hues mens.
urlng sevenleen feet from tip to tip of
urn wings, will rollow n ship for dayj,
nt n time. 801110 trnvelers and sidlorn
declare that they Imvo seen 11 particular
inni ny ror wwks nt n time without
resting. Tho tilbntrom has nlwnys
been n bird of mystery, nnd In undent
times tho people believed thnt these
"'t'iiMH w'u uinm wuru uiu colli r
pnnloim of tho GrrcU warrior Dlonuslofl, 7
mm birds nt tho death of their enter.
'i hough tho Riiperritlllnu about tho
killing of nn nlbatros bringing bad
luck Is only n foolish one, It has served
n iiRonil iiurnoHo for many years hi nre
venting (ho slaughter of IIhko beautiful
nnd gnllant blrds-lhe sailors' friends
nud the landMmen'H wotiiler. t'p In
dreary Kamchatka, that outlying part
Ull...l. . ..(.,..,. . . a, .
in niuuiiii tvuiuii nii.i iiiid uiu iiorin 1 n
Pnellle, tho nn liven, never having V
llf.H.al nt II. a. a..ll,l tL.il "
... .111. ,. IIIU nilft'fVil, (UlUllk III1T
nllmlrosn, eateh him nnd eat him, but
his HcmIi makes such poor food that,
nfler nil, tho legend mny bo snld to
hold good, for ho Is Indeed In bad luck
who has to make n meal of It. Ottawa
Ilesl Ten Wire Tntteslrv Cnriiet.
Atilee Tiii)etry Carpet . .
A good 'laiHHitry Carpel
lliwt cxtm super Ingnilu, all wool
llesl extni niijier C. C. . ,
t'ilon Ingnilu , .
1.1,1 value S.'e price, jti.o
?.'M value Si 'siirlec vk
t,?e value Si ' J price 77c
k' ualue Sn' price 81c
Hoc value Sale price 73c
. 51V value Sal price 45c
6je value Sid. price 59c
ec vnltiii Sali iirlrii Hn
1'KICH I. NCI.UDIW. SltWINO, I.AVINO ANIt I.INIS'O.
.Mall ng linen wnrp . . aoo vidue Site orlec 18c
Matting lion uurp . . . j5c dm Sale ,rlce sji-ic
JIaltlug linen wnrp . . . 30c value Sale'ii.lce arc
Miitting If unit warp . . . 50c value Sale price .)sc
Omul ilctlvcml Irif irf ch.4tRr.
We will rcnili
ritatl cat lo Hircliacm llvluit Ixryotul
I-2.I8 liUSSI-l.l. ST., PORTLAND, ORnOON
O p0 cvo irO cs ctJ c0 csQ t0 cvd NO evJoc43cOpOcOcsiOO
SOLON OF ATHENS.
Our irlce loi
Odlil CtllM in
loir lull MCKiint'
nnt.t tmr Hvmtilr
(ititil CnmiK lo In;
mpulor In miy.
Our vMrni tttitkr
111 ore il 11 rnli lc
I11K H tlie liilli
We lit V It liur-tl-UilliHl.
si1 ju m iHH
nit w a vihi
mt.T. i. wisic
Cor. 3rd mid Washington Sts. f)
Tl 1 II.. . . a. .
Ml . . I . " ' 1 iiLr,ii 4MH UUVrKViUVI
ui move with his fuuuly to Linn, nlwisimt eveinner wns snout.
1 i " - - "n 1
I.... afi . .
Woodniau naud, 01 this city, was
The rc-gular meeting of the Com- Present and added nmteriajly to the
"vremi Associotion will be held P1C!lse 01 we evening.
next Weibiestlay evening, at the
ffljee of Shtpard & Tuft. Kverj'
wwn of St. Johns is invited to
oicome a member of this splendid
organization, its membership is
pe to all, nnd no one need stand
wck on account of not being per
sonally solicited to join. Get in
and help push along the objects of
DANIEL BRECHT , .
HOUSES TO RENT
IP YOU WANT A HOUSE CAM, ON HE
ST. JOHNS, OREGON
nonunion of th .Mnt IVrfeet
I'o r i of (lover, iiui'iil,
"What Is tho inont perfect form of
govormuoul?" wns oueu pnipouutleil
nt tho court of rerlnndor, king of Cor
Inlh, ono of the seven wUo men of
(Jreeeo. Ill six fellows were present,
mul of them HlaH.unHwctvd rind, glv
lug ns bin opinion, "Where (ho lawn
Imvo no superior." Tim leu of Mlletun,
I ho great nidrouoiucr, declnnsl, "Where
tlio people nro neither too rich nor too
In hU turn said AnnchtiwU, tho
Seythlnii, "Whero vlrtuo In honored
unit vleo detetatiHl." Bald I'ltlneus of
Mllylcne, "Whero dlgnltlei. nro nlwnys
conferred tioii tho vlrttiouo nud never
upon tho base." Hold Cleobiilus,
"Whero tho eltUeni fear blnmo more
than puulshiueut." Kald Chllo, tho
Rpartan, "Whero tho laws nro moro ro-
gardetl than tho orators."
Tho Inst to reply wns tho youtigcHt
but widest of them nil, Solon of At'1-
cim, who wild, "Whero nn Injury douo
to tho meanest subject Is nn Insult to
(ho whole community." London Tolo
graph. II Im OliiMirs.
IIo was wearing Ids llrst pair of
glasses, and at llrst they afforded great
relief, but nt tho cud of n mouth I hero
was n rcLrogrctMloii, Somehow, polish
tho lens tin ho would, tho vision ap
peared to bo weaker. Bo ho went back
to hla oculist nnd snld ho thought tio
glasses "weren't strong enough."
Tho oculist stepped nsldo for a min
ute, then hauded hU customer what
apparently was another pair. Trying
them drow forth tho exclamation;
"Why, theso uro much better: 1 can
sco now as well ns when I first woro
Then ho was Initiated into ouo of tho
little secrets of tho trade. Tho oculist
had merely cleansed each lens with n
llttlo Boap nnd water. Now York Post.
COUCH & COMPANY
Grocers and General Merchants :
Dry (iooils, DooLs and Shoes and General
Alcrcliandlse. Choice Family Groceries,
Feed, May, Grain Etc.
TUG BIG STORE ON BROADWAY,
NEAR THE POSTOFFICE.
Phone Union 4066,
W. II. KINO, PrciUeut.
M. I.. () ..I1R00K, Vlcc-PrcilJcnt
ST. JOHNS ABSTRACT
& TRUST COMPANY
Abstracts of Title carefully and accurately prepared.
Office! King's Building, Jersey St., St. Johns
Lady Do you think that your In
ventive genius was hereditary or de
veloped? Inventor I owo It nil to my
dear wlfo. When wo wcro llrst married
I nscd to stay lato at tho club, nud my
wlfo cross questioned mo sovcrely
whenever I camo homo late. Tho ne
cessity of Inventing frct.li excuses tax
ed mo to tho utmost, and this faculty
becatno so abnormally developed that
as soon as I turned It to business ac
count I made a fortuno with easo.
W. A. EDGERTON
Family Groceries and
Come and sec us for your Christmas Specialties
Cochran BIocR, Jersey St., St. Johns
tfHru; Willi mrmm