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! UNIVERSITY PARK and PORTSMOUTH
The Locai Happenings of These Lively Suburban Points
Carefully Compiled Each Week
By n Special Reporter, for the Information niid Edification of The
Review Readers and tlicUcncrnl Public.
K. S. Stewart Is moving into his
new hou.se on Ilnver street.
Johnny Hnldwln is recovering
from n severe nttnek of f;rii.
Miss I.nlfi Hurley 1ms recovered
from (i severe nttnek of ripc.
Wm. 1'reseo is moving into the
Hurt projwrty on Dawson street.
D. Jv. Webster litis purchased
the Chrysler property and is mov
Mr. IIusloii is hiivititf the prop
passerby, with a smile that told lie
was a joker, that the Civic com
mittee ought to do that work for
him hut as they did not he had to
do it himself It is hojed he will be
encouraged, however, to retwat the
otwrntiou when necessary, for it
showed the thrift, enterprise nnd
public spirit of our citizens, makes
a pleasing stiect to look iioii and
and will surely aid in bringing suc
cess in business lines.
And the "Con." came up and tools in
And Knvc you a transfer most any old
Hut you had to walk If you ever get
Now wouldn't that break your side
comln? As a resident of this lcautiful
section of the globe for the past
two years, the author has many
things to Iks thankful for. lint one
of these is not that he is compelled
to ride for a mile or two, holding
like grim death to a squeaky strap,
and then, when half way to the
center of the city, turn hand-spring
and do ether acrobatic stunts in a
mad endeavor to connect with a
sent on the "No Stop." The Port
laud Consolidated lias made many
promises. It seems to lw the opin
ion that the Peninsula population
is easily ap)ensed, and needs
nothing but the regular tri-monthly
statement 'next month through
service will be granted, etc." Now
comes the announcement "We do
not promise, as we do not wish to
disappoint, but by June
v June i. we i
In the Columbia University gym, think ," and it will be ever thus
erty he recently purchased clennwl hn,t .Sunday, the first game of base to the end of time, if we do not,
Mrs. Ilrenier, who has I teen
with diphtheria, is able to
Mr. A. Kenny is building a
laritc two stoiv lesidenceon Will
Mr. Kambo of Portland is mov
lug into the Johnson projieity on
Miss Don Nash entertniuei
fi tends at her home Wednesday af
teruoou with uanies and music. A
dainty lunch was served.
A. W. Dickson's mother, le
eently from New York, paidn visit
a few days, In University Park, the
guest of her son at Club Hall
A. Ii. Cflleltc, of Ohio, lepte-
seiiting the Kidgely ,Siek and Acci
dent Co. for the I. O. i). v., ts vis
lug his aunt, Mis, II. K. Iliues, at
ball of the season was played be- better ourselves, and organize.
tween the Lolumbiu and the Park All that Is necessary now, .so the !
tenuis. The Park team won by company announces, is to bendn'
rt won. e li r li.tt.ir..u f l ... I.. ..r r..- i, ...... ii.. .. i, t
. i ... w. v . i in lit i' ill inn, iiji ii nniu'iiii:-iiiiiii
Moore and Iltock for the Parks: uronosltion soinewhere in the eitv. I
mioky Smith for Think of it. ye nionecrs, and
I'tcd ('.nines and
ine ujiiiiiimhh. i no I'unie was
exciting throughout and was
matked by some brilliant nlavs. A
fair sl.ed crowd was present.
I'he Civic Improvement Com-
uiittee met with Mrs. II. Tate,
Friday aftetnoon. Several dele-
gales from the St. Johns Civic
League were present. Mrs. Sheo-
Herd, Mrs. Robinson and Mr. Tale
rcmleieil mrVenil musical selections
which were uieatlv enioved. Ui-
fifshnii nts wetesvrved and most of
the afleinoou was devoted to social
cluil. Much i'oik w conn? of this
inteichaiigiiig of ideas lietweeii the
workers for more lieinttifiil Mir
toundings. The Si. Johns' ladies
organiul Inst year and weie able
Let's oruani.e. Hither another
line or a decent, respectable city
service we must ami will have. A
public meeting of the citizens of
this Peninsula is long past due to
force this projHwitioii through, and
now let's get at it, ami do things.
bring us fi and we will send the
Keview to your friend for a year.
The Review can be found on
ale at the Portsmouth Pharmacy,
he University Park drug store and
it the Piedmont station.
Mrs. John Mock and Miss Mar
guerite Mock left for California to give many helpful suggestions,
cany in the week lo visit relative.
Their many friends wish them a
pleasant trip and a safe letiirn
Mrs. McPaddeii is now comfoita
niy installed in her new houe, up
near the ear line, where she and
her mother, Mrs. Hall, me making
. . . . .... ...
mini's iook iieciiiiiiiy neat ami sum
siiae. .More siwcr lo her.
The Indie of the Holy Cioss oar
ish have decided to give a ptogtcv
. . a " . , II.. . .It f , t " --- -. " mil rvv llllirni it, lltllllill ft mini unit A
at the ArtiNin Just link of having our thoughts I vUitotH to the Pair. Call them up,
I'l'l'llllll.. Ill H I U'IK'HImI III' II lllili'liln.. in ll I , ' !
sive whist parly
temple, .Satuidav evening, at K
o'clock. A gixwl time and line re
fresliineuts. Adinissioii, j.s cents.
aiiicii cleaning is iieiug done ny
resident prniicily owners of the
Park. Now if the agents of the
non resident owners weie coually
energetic the Park would soon Ik
in gala druss.
1 he shingle mill is about ready
to stint oiMjiations. lis big pliv
was raised last week, and fiuishiiig
touches arc coming to an end.
Most of the four of constructors ,II0MR ,VIK.
have gone and now for a new i iew '
of exKjiienciil shingle men.
O. O. Ileiiseu was taken to the
sanitarium yuMvnluy iiioruiug
ing at loin o clock on n sjKrclul car,
wheiuau oKialiou was jteifoiuKil
for iiitestiii.il double. The patient.
at last it'NiilN, is in a very pi cent i
The social given by the Hay
, ..... .. . ... .
wimmi cum in tueii aiiditoiiuui was
iiite a success. Theiv will be an
other one soon, It is liotx.il this
will be well rwitiouiiil. The hall
is a credit to the place and should
le kept open for Icciuics and mi
cials as well as ilnnce.
Itiloesn't reiimiu u verv ureal
stielch of the iiuai'.iuatioii to see
this enliie enlusula blossom like a
io.nr. Wcrds uprooted, under
lit nth, totteii logs and Minims
Mirneii, men our in les r n of inn
would lie a garden sHt of kiiiity.
Thinking uloiii: these lines one
wonilcis how .soon the Inventor
will have thai little muchlm.
fectul for uvoidlni!
The University apartment house
better known as old Club Hall, has
uudeii'oue a woiideiful change in
the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Dick
sou have been winking on it almost
continuously and now have it in
tood sIiiiik.' for all comer's. Suites
of tluee well furnished housckec
liii: looms. Sio k.t mouth: theie
are also unfurnished apartments am
single rooms. One block fiom the
Columbia University and in view of
the fair j: rot it ids. Next summer
will sec this old laiidmaik filled with
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We are always RIGHT IN PRICES, and always Improving.
Call and get one of our beautiful Calendars.
S. F. FOUTS. Proo. R. W. PRITMAKU, manager
----- w a
MONEY SAVING PRICES
On Everything that
Men and Boys Wear.
THE LION STORE
166-168 Third sStroet.
I. GEVURTZ & SONS
Stoves, Ranges, Qranitcwarc, Crockery,
p Jewelry and Silverware
j 173-175 First St., and 219-227 Yamhill,! PORTLAND, Or
I Great Removal Sale !
Drugs, Confectionery, Cigars
Stationery nnd School Books
PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMES, ETC.
PBBSOIttrTIONS CAKErULtY COMPOUNDED
Post Office Conior
; W. II. KINO, PreilJcnl. At. I.. IIOI.HROOK, Vlcc.rcjMcn
! ST. JOHNS ABSTRACT
& TRUST COMPANY
Abstracts of Title carefully and accurately prepared.
Office! King's Building, Jersey St., St. Johns
HENERY C. SCHROEDER
Furniture, Carpets and Stoves
AGENT FOR "QUICK MEAL" STEEL RANGES
JANUARY CLUARANCI SAt.II. N0TIUNU RIISERVtil).
PRICES IN PI.OOR COVI-RINOS
-.vn.ii hi I, iiiumini' in I ill i l'ws-
MlllHlK, Villi MVOIIU WDlltil lli'ViT
kllllW Wild IlIIH (IMC in his imk-L-i.I.
mill lo liavt'iill our tliouj-lit, jjivun
hi mi? ihiiiiic ii i,i M-t hi lo wiirk
uectlliii' out mill Iw. t-nvv. Imtiiil
Jwilousy iiml nil tlnit which is not
rHxl. We would Ik' ol ill tut I to mh;
one ami nil ns Cod's little llowmiii
IIIH IMllll lilllilili mill tlual inn. mi.
oilier iieconlhij.lv, WImt n iii.
iiih' we wotiiii Uien vc In. lust
kuiitifiil vcKeluhles, fniit mid
llower umdeiiM mul Ixniiiirnl
l liiifi li, I'liiliiiimilli
lit lloly Criiml
Stntinii- H:.iil n. I
it i Hi. .in ii. in.: .1;J(I p. ni. Hvrrylioiiy
Ailiiinio. Ir;iilur Tiiilliiiati, C. S. C, I
I'., tiivri 'veiy Stilitnl.iy cvciiIiik nil
I'iii.lall, N. C.i
.Max .Sinn ii, yoiiiiuent sou of Mm.
I 1 .1 e i . . . .
I'icKMJii, oi 1'iuveiMiy rnik, wax
hit on the lieiul with mi tix tut Sat
unlay, I'littiiii mi awful muli. Dr.
Welcter was calliil .did iiiekMd the
wound. The little fellow was jtut
ulilc walk home and when lie ar
livetl his clotheM weie Mitiiialetl
Little Min. JeniMin lia Ukcii on
a new line. The l.udiw.' Home
Join mil is now the no, and if nu
like to mx mid limr an encifji tie
little liody, who Is hy dint of luud
work MiijK)HiiiK her little oneii.
have her will on you, luu U uiulv
to Mitinlie for the JoiimihI.
Hnink Dickson who U wtxkiiiK
with Rev. Dr. Chapman. w'u hu.
hroiher. A. V. Diek.son, u vuit.
He will letuin uImhii the flint of
.March, for a ti.-iiiontli.s' amy mid
will woik with the Rev. Dr. Clwji
man. under the aiupice, of the
Home Hoanl of 1'ni.liyteiian tiitn
t.ions. whose heailiiuarteri. aiv in
Cows ruiiuiiiKtit liiijieare a Ktiwt I
annoyance to many leoideuti. of the,
Park at inekent: a numliei nf ..nr. i
dens have Ux-u hrokeu into, mid in
one instance a nuinler of ounj
fniit trees have hcuu miuwl. One
lofcident has vowwl he will not
nll up the jHiuiid master hut
will administer law in his fund
or backyard as the ocettiioii de
inaiids, J. R. Rand, the jMpular motor
man still heads the lint in The
r.veimiK i eieKram votini; ciuitw,t. !
Kcslilcnls of (he PctiTiisiila Atk-lil
Organize lo (loud Advance.
llv liu UVIifimt.)
SK-akiun of ti lists one womli.rs
if we do not dust to others to mi
f.Meut iuiiiiious to our iiioinl mul
flimncliil welfaie. Kor instmuv.
each tekideut of this elm ions tH'ttltl-
muais attiie piesent moment trust
jiiK his ueij-hhor to either insist on
U'ttn slieet ear K'tvicc troin the
pieH-nt k-iiii once iii-a-while-eais or
oijaiue another company and put
in a Kood line. This soil of tuist
iu! i Isid hiihliKs,
We leave the woik In Ius..n1nw
Hill Joint., mid when J. It. docWt
ai me with the merchandise, we
M'l s Ik.' ililfeient. Lets M fn.l.
diU. The fad nov-,idays is to or
KHiiie. KveiylMkly mid every
thine, ii. oieaui.iui:. H. 1. n.w,
owns. i cldet mill and U.
apkMHv. They,s;iy, I.ef.s ore.au
u ami et a coiner on vinegar,"
vvheu. puto! the thiuj; Is luvoiu-(Hislnil.
If the l'oitl.iiul Oieen Ci.U P,
and the Aktotiu Oold Urick Con'
ceiu utenot satisfie! with pieut
".iHiiuiMu.. i o tney trust their
iicij-IiImis. to help them out? Kli!
t'ht They don't. They organize,
iinincnK- the Mock in the cistern
until it is piovily float wl, and live
Jmpjiilyaud coiiteuUtl ever after
waul. lWihly you have lu-.m! ilu.
tnithfiil saxiiiv., "i union then. Is
stuiiKth." mid "Unite,! we .stand,
divided, we full," You have piov
cn their Until, in any event, hy
falhiiK fiom the lucked platforms
of the I'oitland cinsolidate cats
so jnauy times the just year while
walking to town on their St, Johns'
flyer two trains every sixty iniu
utw. that you ate teady to do id
must anything. You uii.it even
Ih? i.ixel to consolidate and follow
If you ate not yet biifliciently dis
orKanial ly the rw.teaniation of
I.... .i.....i t .
""'" N-onsoiuiaicti. Ki
(Uiiivrrmlv I'.uk ami l'trtmoiiili.)
IViiintiilfir I.hIh .No. I.h. I. (. (.
M. II. Carter, V. ('.; (',. II. HeniMock.
Mt.; Dr. ()var Do vniil. I rca.
Itrhiknli Loiluc. I. O O. If., No. 72,
'iiri'ln vn.iiil mill I'Mirlli I uriitlnyn at
Md IVII-.w Hull Mm. Harriet
SiuHr. N. C.; Ilrlle Na.li, Y. (1.; Km-
ni.i i llfiiiiitiK'k, bee
1'orMiu.ulli Trill Ni. H. K. O. T
M, mri in Oihl I'ellowH 1 Intl. lirM
.inn mini i iiriif(yi
t'nixrr.ii) Park AviHlily. No. ,
I init'il ArliMiu, iiiretk 1'Vf.ry Wciliirt-
Uv iiitiiu at Atiisiou lemplt'. Mr.
Il'.yl. M. A.; Mr. .Stanley. Sunt : Mm.
S A Clark. Sc. : (V II I lenistoeU.
Ilcitt Ten Wire Tiipctry Carpet, , .
Anlcc TatH-'Jlry Cartct . .
A Kxxl Trtitry Cnrct . .
Ilcat extra iivcr liiKmin, nil miki! .
IIckI cttru suiter CO.. . .
Union Ingrain . .
l'UICIt iNCI.irilllS SlIWINO, I.AVIM
MatlliiK linen warp . ,
Mnttlne linen wnrn .
Mnttlnjj linen warp .
Miming linen warji .
f 1.15 value Side price,
fi.eo vnltie Snlc price
Hjc vnliie Sale pi Ice
! value Sale price
8i value Sale price
50c nine Sale price
65c vuluc Sale price
yoe value Sale jirlce
. 20c value Sale price
. 3&c Millie Snle.prlce
. Joe value Sale price
. Jsoo value Sale price
nuult ildltctrJ lif bl clitf.
2M-248 KUSSHI.I. ST.,
If yon want to SAVE MONEY (his is the time to buy
Pinnos. In order to get ono 0f (ho best locations in
the city, I have to xacrificce upscc, and the Inre and
magnificent stock on hand now must be greatly reduced
Antony (lie Pianos handled are suck standard names as
Kroeger, Laffargue, McPhail,
and Kohlcr & Campbell
At Prices that wllljaurpriscyoti. Terms from 10 down
Jnnd 6 er month up.
A. W. MEYER
74 Sixth Street. PORTLAND, Oregon
W M'l.'l'l(l(lrrl nt I" IUIiiu l)M4
POR TLAND, OKUOON
J. J. KADDERLY
Of all Kinds.
Sole Agent for
Universal Stoves and Ranges
Do not fail to see the Universal
Steel Range before purchasing
Deeds and Contractu.
The Iteviiuv liu printed mul kcopHl
III hlllt'k till' Illliwt llllll 11101 IHTfCfl
liu 11 w id' deed mid cniitrQi'ts, which
may ho piiicuiikod n 1 ho oHico nt
piirtM htkM Hum usually cluiiv'd for
Midi iiimik torinii.
WAI.TKK J. IllHUAM,
The Edward Holman Undertaking Company
Funeral Dlrecters and
OSCAR DoVAUL, M. D.
oiIuvIkxh. vl' h m Jlxjp m
Ollit-e I'liiitir IxmII ii
Krlotc in I'liuiif I'iiIihi V'l
OHhTliI t'HHtlvtlf tik OiHMuie.
The flucct rttaliUkiiment of ttie kind In America
; 220-222 Tllrd St Ctrner Siliu,
VI. O. I'M IK
O. I'. MIIKKII I.
Faulk tS: Akrrill
University Meat Market
Firxt da ttorttiirnt
14M Flfl Strtcl, OM Fellows Building, Poillind, Oregon. Pim Hi'n 13(2
S JT J'r.e.!,ient . I'llONHIIUCKJJ
;... v-iwjiu, occrciary
Portland Jobbing Co.
GUTTERS ETC. . . .
At Reswnabl Rate. S(oei, Purnacci nJ Tlnwnro Repaired. Qukk
Service. All Work- i
j No. 7 Fifth St., Cor. Ankcny POUTUND, OkUdON
20 per ct. Discount
May, Grain, Flour
Flints, Oilt md Building Materials
Phone East 713
Unlvrlty Park, . Orgon
W. J. Peddicord
mU8H AND SALT If EATS
Qully (lie tit
I'lifcn lnw Hd ill miy Hint cUmi market
in ( Ito i-ity.
W. M. KILLINGSWORTH
and if his tuany fiiiiuU will nilly to 1 lm"1 lllul Coiistmctwl l'l.it Car Co..
ins Mipjwii iic win come out of the " om 111:11 reminds one
Duttlc ol li.ulots with
two huudutl dollars.
the coupon tonight
any of the St.
Mine out of the UK" oi niat reminds one
111 the covete! Wt"f ) 1,11 iu llie Uiul of "l'jv.i.1
Jtut cut out ' . ,Vu,li"
and hand it !L Ml;X UM our ,w
Joints' cur men for
One of the Park's mast prasjerous
business men was seen cleaning the
street in front of his place of Inisi
iictM this week. He lemarketl to a
wcio lut and inaytva
J70- l.ot sou6. mariMr lluo.clmc in.
J7S -l.ot (kiu, two MtH-Vk from m-IiooI
$J75 l.ot 50x100, mnr woolen milU.
$600-l.ot 9!iu6, on car line. oIom? in.
11365 -h riHm lunik?, lot yux, in tuu-
f U$0 7-riKui lioue, lot joxioo, 011 the
oouievuw, lull iin.
$1075- s-iHm lu.ue, lot jox loo, o--r
jl0O --5-uMnilioue, lot rvMSj, other
juo-l.ot sovnx,. vxiruer, tmlldiuj;
i. lwoUineii. i rwmsaUixe,
two torv luniu U'lotv, new, ceih
i.ou on iniiallment, $00. The DolUr
uon and roc Hollar per mcmlh.
umer lou, toth lluiJncu and ReUJence
TUB riONKft KSAL
UBTAT1 DKALHK OP
THK PENINSULA . . .
The ttnent likt of lVdiJeucd nroiriv
11 iiiu uixnci.
Wivlimt Park of era tka iui Jir.
idde home ititea atreeU ifraJrJ. It
oriiiue 111 the market.
W. 1L KILUNQ8W04TM
J03 ObaaW f Ooiuuerce. Parti anal
in Entire Stock
Occuple the central nortlon of h.
fcltu plataau between the Wlllamtt,.
au4 Columbia Rivera, It U central to
four milaa of dees waterfront wk
dock. milU and factorira ir.
"i" w ay magic. It ia the
Miit to Order
Nutbrown & Son
Naw and Second Hand
STOVES, FURNITURE, CARPETS
Lace Curtains and
Dishes, Lamps, Enamel Gran
ite and Tin Enamel Ware.
119 to 121 1-2 RUSSELL STREET
Johnson L Dillon
Weie ou not m li.umv
mc. - "wo. lrUKAijt LOANS. RIISTALS
lffr nuui' " ,,wh Wul ,U k',Uc" W- J" PEDDIOORD
8Uoe the Keut next to you clean out on
the Hoof; -
Contracton in Gradia- xoaTitin
and all kind of taaaa vorV
I Telephone Union 4069
ST. JOUNtl, OREQON Can leave order, at Sh.rd Tufta
ST, JOHNS, OBK.
BUck Dress Skirts, all this
ol ike Colombia Uatr.ralt,. R, a 77 4
educaUoaal Inatltutiona he in .vl I
at.. " w I
pwm, aunt i.rga citlea. The Fenln.
tola Lumbar Co., oa UrUveralty park
watcfiroat, aloaa haa a navmii
$M.oa moaik If you bave only
- ...w. wrcuigaBct you know what
uch a (.ayroll ataa to aurroaruHn
Property. UaJveralty Park property U
advaclBf u valua aad aunt continue
to advaaca aa loaf as tba population
of Portland, Oregon, Incrtam. Unl.
vrlty Park ka. tka far-famed Boll
Run water, Portland nuMlo .-.w.i
eWcwic atrct likta, buikKa reatxk
con, kVjuor reatrictlon and ia iW
tcr of about MM population. It fa
inaid- tk city linitt of Por.uj
- communcauoii with all
be city for a $-tnt tr t
in price from too to fttto JaZ-
caah. baUaca ta.00 nr nAB.k
intereaa. If you w ,ng , a0fBe
ilta or a lu.. 1. . !..
- will pay you
Fnuuia J. McKenaa. SoU Am;. IT-I
vcraity Park Station, PonUnd, Or.
In Mannish Mixtures and
Covert cloth. Also Fine
seasoti's nmkfv rfium'tio- in
f n,m mi.oo to 6.00, will be Cleared
out to make room for Spring arrival, at
y,,w uuwn ana $1.00 a week.
All our ,6.oo to po.00 Jackets will be ctawl out at S1 1.00
a' vaiulgt.ooa week.
This Special Sale Ends February I4th
EASTERN OUTFITTING Co!
The Store Where Your Credit is Good,
390-9 WasUirtM Stmt.
"TttMMaai 1 "
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