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THIS STEEL RANGE
Willi Warming Oven nnd Reicrvoir Warranted
Oven iRxiK Indies; outside measurements
42x24 Inches ; delivered in St. Jolnis
or way ioints for. , . . ,
Same Range, with oven 16x16 Indies ....... $25-00
Old Stoves Taken In Exchange.
Hurgains in all kinds of Iloiisdiold Furniture.
M.J.McGrath, 66 North 3d St
Portland, next to Intermitlonat Hotel.
PORTSMOUTH and UNIVERSITY
The Sign of the
Progressive Storekeeper !
Is 1111 KI.KCTKIC SIGN, combined with
the brilliant nttiuelivcness and trade pull
ing nualllies of Itl.KCTUIC I.ICIIT IN
SI 1)1? TIIH STORK
The Advertising Value of Hleclric Light
Is lest shown in its incicasiug use by enterprising
uiei chants in eveiy Hue of business.
Put Your Store to the Front
lly using KI.KCTKIC LIGHT, and tlnow your less
wide awake coiiiclitnr into the shadow.
It Is a Business Proposition
And we stand ready to piove to you the absolute
economy cf Hl.KCTRIC UGIIT.
Reduced Rates For Metre Service
Make the cott less tlmii you think.
Call up I'hone Exchange i,. We send represcntn-
Portland General Electric Co.,
Seventh and Aldir Straati,
Done by Mix- Clark, IT'S DONE RIO I IT I
Roof Painting and Shingle Dipoing a Specialty.
c. T. Mok.
W. 0. CUAHK.
MOE &, CLARK,
0,0 TO Tlllt
St. Johns Lumber Company
For nil kinds Common Lumber, KILN DRIED
Flooring, Ceiling and Rustic. Sash, Doors,
Mouldings and Columns.
Yr m4 Mill foot Burlington St. Mmm Eitt S91
Any One Wishing to Invest in Real Estate
Will do well to c l. Vamlrriuccr twforc tmvtin; front any one clc. lie handle
uothlntf but the let lufxtuus, and all urv la the bV loculitir.. All Mle urv uuile
on cy termcUi or oa time. All title guaranteed xt fev't.
E. VANDERMlUiR, opp. St. John Sash and Door Co. St. Johns, Orvjon
These note were received lart week h
bit too late for insertion. We cannot
guarantee the insertion of matter received
later than three o'clock on Thursday.
A brother of Kate I'eters, from Ho
oulnin, is a visitor at the I'ark,
Sam N'oka, from UllnoU, Is vUltliitf
his brotlier, Henry Noka, of the I'nrk..
The Hackctt family Is comfortably in
stalled in the new house on Dawson
street, near Portsmouth avenue.
airs. S. Ilrown anil family, from the
city, have taken n suite nt Cftib Hall for
the remainder of the summer. Miss
Ilrown is an accomplished musician.
Mrs. Ilonner and Mrs. Mitchell, from
Indian Territory, vlsltlnii the fair, are
. ii..' . ..:..!... . iii
Is long and
Clay Foreman, from Illinois, is
topping with Mr. Castccl for the
summer. Mr. I'oreman came to sec the
fair also his two sous who are in
business in Portland.
Harry J. Parklson, wife and sou, from
San Francisco, are sojourning at Club
Hall. Mr. Parklson Is guardian of the
Woodward estate. He enjoys the Park
much and expects to settle Here soon.
Friends of Miss Viola Pcddlconl arc
.Irllirlitril lo wn tli.it she has secured
txxltliiti In tlin St. lolms school till
winter. Miss Pcddlconl has a host of
friends in the Park, where she intend
I'. M. Cox. who owns n couple of lo
on Harvard street west of Club Hull,
Intending to build In the near future,
Mr. Cox was the luckv MircliaM-T of 11
homestead claim which had lccu held
for three years and sold to him for
small sum. It Is said to be worth
Miss 7am K. Haydcu.of Illinois, and
ltd ward SIguiau, of Hoqufam, washing
ton. were united In marrint!e on Wed
nrulav iiinriihiir of this week. Miss
ilavdcn is n niece of Airs. Dickson nnd
was stopping nt the Park for some time
Sigmnu was formerly n mill
wriidit nt the Peninsula mill, but isn
present employed nt Hoiuiam, where he
Itns taken Ills bride.
Mr. Slbniv. the real estate man, I
hustling these days, and the key note of
Ills success is unit u lie eiiin meet m
demands of the prosiiectivc buyer, h
scuds the jwrty to some other real estate
man, thus doing nil he can to hold them
In the Park, A little Joke on him will
not be taken amiss In tills connection.
One day two ladies called In his otficc
and haggled with him about n house or
suite ol rooms. The day was sultry
the tcniiierof the ludles went with
thermometer. Durinu the hlnh mark o
confali the "tool-toot" of the citvDoum
car was heard. The two made n limty
exit, nud hoarded n car, leaving a satchel
nuii some oilier iicimiKlui!. Mm
whether Mr. Slbray should have gallantly
nut niter me car or not is uoi lor us in
udge. Next day n telephone call came
iKiulrimralxMit the lost tiootls. Of courM!
one of them would have to come out for
them. Now here wits a chance. The
older one of the two ladles rame and M
Slbray had in the mean time found lust
what they wanted. He was successful
this time nud lieforccvculm! trunks were
nifcly Installed in u comfortable Miile of
furnished apirtments In the Park.
We Hope You Will Call.
It will lc our pleasure to show to
menus and strangers who arc visit
ing Portland every hospitality am
courtesy nt the big music establish
While you nre in Portland seeing
the fair we Iiojh; you will tlrop in ut
531 Washington street and inspect
tlie many line pianos and organs
pianolas, orcuestrelles, piiM: organ
and electric self playing pianos that
arc to In; round in the "qunrtei
mock ot line pianos."
Nowhere (11 the United .States i
so varied and comprehensive a stock
of instruments to be found us here
We arc located iu the heart of
Portland, where it will le con veil
ieut to drop iu for a few moments
of rest, to use the phone long di
tauce or local, to write letters or to
Kcmcmlcr we will lw pleased to
liuvcyou make Hilers I'iano House
your meeting place, your starting
point ami your stopping point. The
atch string's out here, and the
stublishuient of Eilers Piano House
is at the service of Exposition
,'lsltors nnd of our patrons from far
Piano recitals daily by means of
the pianola, nlso orchestrclle nud
ilauolii piano music.
Ivilers Piano House, largest deal
rs iu the United States, si Wash
ngton, corner Park (Eighth)
1 he wuter may ut any time be
olt trom the mains, without
notice, for repairs, or other necessary
juirjHwes, and the grantee shall not
responsible for any consentient
damages. Hxtrnct from Wuter
rnuchtse of bt. Johns.
Second thoughts have built a
lasting and profitable savings
account for many a man. A
hole in the ground, or a green
and gold slock certificate for
worthless shares In some over
promoted company, Is poor con
solation to those whose capital
has been saved dollar by dollar.
Booklet " Banking by Mall" now
reaoy. A postal will bring it to ou.
Write for It.
A Pew Thorns.
The Equitable seeks a receiver,
And I would suggest-wouldn't vou
That they smite with due might
And make the thing r'K,u
And for receiver appoint T11K RHVIKW?
Many an "old boss" is captivated
by the "pony ballet" at the Venice
show on the Trail.
"Young Germans Causing Kaiser
Much Worry." What are the
critters doing? Teething?
At last the bones of John Paul
Jones arc resting where John has
no kick coining. And "Jones, he
pays the freight."
Some physicians when in doubt
bold the r d nirnosis just alter 110111
imr the post-mortem. Kvidcntly
they are anxious to be accurate.
At Santiam a Miss Miles is sic
with measles. Occasionally n tow
may have quite n long sjell of sick
ness but seldom lias Miles 01 11
Now that we have tasteless foot;
there is no irood reason why th
government's efforts to produce
spineless cactus should not be
The man who has been dynauiit
intr the Kansas saloons is receiving
the solid approval of all those who
have tasted the Kansas prohibition
brand of rcd-licker.
Ktcvcu kids were iu juvenil
court last Saturday in Portland
charec of stealiuir watermelons.
view of their nieloncolic condition
the judge let 'em go.
Now that Kdison has once more
solved the problem of the liirht ntu
lastimr storage battery It is to be
hoed that once more the stinking
brand of utitos will Ik eusmalleu.
Woodmen of the World arc to go
up the Columbia next Sunday. It
Is anticipated that there will be
large crowd nnd the Choppers ex
pect to have n wow-wow of u time
Uaker county may lc n hustler
but its people arc sure dead easy,
One of the greeuies from there met
n confidence man iu Portland Sattir
day, loaned him S.so, nnd then
exiKx'tctl the money back. It came
When the Na(tiounl) ltis(cuit)
Co(mpauy) first invented the Na
Pisco waler it foisted uou an
indulgent public the best imitation
food ever produced. They taste
like 11 flexible chunk of fir sawdust
padded with u piece of porous
Lotus bcliott was last week ar
rested ut Tillamook and the charge
was that he shot b'rauk Knott when
Knott was not doing a thing to
Schott. Schott claims that the shot
he shot did not harm Knott -in fact
the shot that shot Knott was not
shot by Shott: farther than that the
nccused man swears that when
Knott was shot Schott was not
the town. Knott declares that the
shot that Schott shot nt Knott shot
Knott the shot entering his body
iu divers quantities: nud physicians
could not extract all the shot that
Schott shot into Knott. It will Ik
11 corker for the juries. If Knott
was shot nud Schott was not am!
Schott shot not the shot that shot
Knott, who shot Knott? Ami was
not Schott half-shot when he shot?
You may talk about the mini U'tiiud:
The man behind the "star";
The man behind the throttle,
Or the man behind the lur;
The man behind the brickyard;
me ui.iii iH-iniMi me lur,
Hut worst of all's the theater
here the mail's behind the hat.
He may te behind the orchetni,
Hut that is not a Imii;
He may be liehiud a pillar,
Or lcliiiid Mime other man:
lk behind In getting ticket,
Hut he will not care for that
If the kc.it he' juid for isn't
jiui (tvmim it woman nui.
The man Miind the hut iu church
Is iliHu-ult to tihaze:
1'or the man behind the pulpit
Cannot hold him with his iraze.
He'll dote at freiptent intervals
And dreuui he's at the hat-
Yet he awakens softly
iw im man ociiiiiii iiic 11:11.
At the theater it is different!
And he swears it isn't odd
Wheu, to ee behind the footlights,
He ha given up his wad.
In vain he cranes his neck aloft
Heads thik way and ttends that:
He can't tell what the hero's like
Wheu he's behind the hat.
Died Sunday Night.
Mrs. S. 1;. Rainwater died of
lenrt disease last Sunday night at
tne uome ot her daun iter-in- aw.
Mrs. S. H. I.auhead.
Mrs. Kamwater was a native of
lenuessee, where she was born
December 5. 1811. She moved
from there to Missouri, then crossed
the plains to Oregon in 1852, and
has since lived in this state.
She leaves five sons and three
laughters J. R. Rainwater, of Al
bany; D. R. Ruinwuter, of Forest
Grove; W. J. Rainwater, of Albany;
C. M. Rainwater, of Seattle: A. K.
Rainwater, Seattle: Mrs. Annie
Stahl and Mrs. Bessie Muller. who
are in Alaska at present; and Mrs.
lunula Lauhead, of St. Johns.
Itie remains were shinned to
lbany Tuesday for burial.
csa 4lwj, J(xaj oa Us caalct(
I Portland and Suburban 3
f Express Company
(Operating cars over Portland Coil'
OREGON SAVINGS BANK
Sixth and Morrison Streets.
O. Rlton, Pmident.
W, Cooper Morrti, Chier.
S. I IUye. At. Cwhler.
Tkuki'iionk Main 16.
tu 7011 orj.r
taj coarttout tr4tut
(root U oU Mllbl.
St. Johns Meat Market
Srt cuilt Into Si. will tui
UU U'ptlJ in ik.lr utUfutluii. k
St. Johns M&rkst
xitr Slr.t it. JOkUiL otuov
We have made arrangements ot
imnsfnr nil frleirht in the city nnd
at St. Johns when necessary by
team nt reasonable rates.
Do not move your lurniturc (of
course you nre going to St Johns to
live, Portland is moving mat way;
until you get our prices.
Portland & Suburban
W. R. STEARNS, Aiaiinper
N. F. NOREN
Lots In ArvldMiu'H addition, North
St. lohtM. overlooking the river,
it high and tightly S150
l'lnc' lot, 50x100, two block from
from the bank J7S
Choli tt corner lot on Houlevnrtl . 43"
V... m I. ...a.. Mt..a.. ttt rtr. 11. IM
tICn .'lUIJill 1IU.I9. , iiunv IUV.II I.IIV,
a nice home i too
New tcu-rtMiui houne, wooibfilier plaster
hot ami cold water, piteiil cloaet,
full basement; lot 50x11x1, good
location: (lietter sec this), i'rice
New 5-room house, lot joxloo, well
New 6-room houne, lot 50x71, one
block from station !(
Sole agent for Title (iuarantee & Trust
co. 1.01 in rotnt view wiiii 15 Down
fj er moiitli.
W. J. Peddicord
I2S0 j i-j acre at fly per acre. Heady
$1,050 I'oiir-room house, lot imvioo.
SJ2S Lot loitlui, A fine comer 011
graded street. Level.
IJ50 l.ot5oxim). Central J $15 cah and
flu er mouth.
S500 1 wo-riMim Iiouh1, lot 5txtHi.
noting ireen, fjjocai.iMlance time.
jlinuyriMim iiimse, lot 109x18;, im
$1500 1 1 room houe; new, overlook
J750 Lot 75x100, comer; limine i.xjo,
$250 lit 50x100, St. John Height, fine
location ; 7j casii, naiauce lu liittall
$4,000 A block cloe to iudutrieatiil
tl. K. .V ,, It, K, llnsy terms.
Lot itk)xio, 011 iir line, 500 feet
from Ktoilicc . .
I'lve acre lu center of St. John
for . . I r
Six acre very cloe In for f 550 per
..VI s .
l'lfty.foot lot on Willamette
vard, overlwik everything, for 550
cry choice half acre for . 450
Rogers & VanHouten
Phone Scott 3104.
Do you really want to sell ?
Or really want to buy
A really nice home
That Is real close by ?
Then you really ought to see
S. C. COOK,
The really new Real Kstnt,. t
St. Johns, Oregon.
Next door to The Review Offi
Houses For Rent
r YOU WAST HOUSE CAl.b ON VIE
Is best expressed by our guaranty
of 20 per cent increase in value of
protwrty during the comlng;yenr
This guaranty provides that in case the proper
ty you purchase docs not increase in value at
20 per Cent
20 per cent during one year from
tlate of purchase wc will refund your money
with 0 jHir cent Interest
This same guaranty wc have been offering since
wc first undertook to get Industries nt St. Johns,
something over three years back and up to date
no one has ever ttsketl for his money back.
Lots and Acreage on Installment
Hartman, Thompson & Powers
3 Chamber of Commerce, Portland, Or.
O. L CHAPEL, Aoent at St Johns.
Best Bargains in St. Johns.
ST. JOHNS. OREGON
The George W. Cone
Flooring, Celling, Rustic,
Ana All Kinds of Building
lropt DtUurj Qrottl.
MUX AT rOOT BDlLT'aTAv
T. JOHXS, OUOOX
A FINK W.OCK, river view, only ...
1IOUSK, with block of ground, nnd plenty of fruit of all
kinds, fine view of river, for
1.0 1 S from $20o to $250 iu South St. Johns, ten pe, cent
cash, balance nt $10 per month.
NORTH ST. JOHNS l'ROl'KRTY nt bargain prices and
nt terms to suit.
IfINIv LOTS Wc nlso hnve fine lots nt$2oo; 5 cash ;
balance at $,s per month.
J W. H. King Land Co., St. Johns, j
SHEPARD & TUFTS
Will sell you lots in North St. Johns,
overlooking the river, near the Weyer
haeuser mill site, for
$300 per Lot,
Ten per cent down, balance $10 per
month. Inspect this property.
Office in Peninsula Bank Building.
I'hone Scott 4061.
Notary Iridic, Fire Insurance,
We are special growers. The Best
Soft-shell varieties, adupted to th
locality. Abundant bearers at early
age. They thrive in Oregon. R'g
money can be made. Good invest
ment: small capital. Greatest oppor
tunity iu Northwest. We also carry
a general uursery stock. Write for
Frbk descriptive catalog a treaUsf
on Walnut culture. You need this.
i English I
J ! Now is the time to ! !
J ; INVESTIGATE I ; ;
t 1 1 1 MMtllllt
S,f, .?CTO tai brlJS wo'k without pala
ihw.,JT'i Kneiict ia pUte work cu-
. .u V lf ha ,0UI"1 ' r "
J ?h bly without pain. Dr. T.
WISE BROS. Dentists,
Opto cTculog. un, p. m.n6unUy froa 9
tot. OrUtinaoM. C ,v '
UK. W A WISH,