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BE SURE AND ORDER YOUR WOOD
Orders nrc coming in So rapidly tlint you enn
not expect to lmvc yours filled in time for your
winter's supply if you wait until the rush is on.
We Are Prepared
To furnish either short or d-foot lengths, dry or
green. This wood conies from the
St. John Lumber Co.'s
Lnnt ruti. vu,
nninr ri in ss-v
uui urrui c, uunuci s Miiiiiiies.
$ Tacks, Nails, Spikes, Stoves, Ranges, f
Blue Flame and
Paints and Oils.
Make your cow
our So -
I POTTER & GOOLD I
ti mn HARDWARE MICX. J
' COOL BREEZES
ON HOT DAYS.
No mutter how Miltry or uncomfortable tlie tiny, mi IJLFC
TRIG FAN wtll insure comfort for the business man nt his desk,
for his employes nt their work, for the customers in his store, nnd
for the entire household nt his home.
The cost for nil this SUMMKR COMFORT is n mere trifle.
A iG-itich fan can be oorntci nt n cost not to exceed one cent nil
hour, mid n 1 3-Inch fan cnu be run for even less. Think of ten
hours of solid comfort for less than ten cents.
Keep your store cool nud breezy and your cttsomer.s will find
shopping n pleasure, and your store an inviting place in which to
linger. F.LF.CTRIC FANS will increase your business, whether
it be n restaurant, nn ice cream parlor, a dry goods emporium or
nu iron foundry.
We hnve fans of all kinds, nil styles, suitable for every pur
pose. Don' t delay -order your fan TO-DAY.
KM5CTRIC LIGHT and the ULF.CTRIC FAN make a
strong combination for summer comfort.
Send us n post enrd with your name and address we will do
Portland General Electric Co.
Seventh and Alder Streets,
Telephone Exchange 13. PORTLAND. ORIMON
Most desirable bus
iness and residence
lots in St. Johns.
Terms to suit purchasers.
Office at Residence, 618 North Jersey Street, St. Johns
108 Jersey Street
Notary Public aud
Choice business aud residence property to all parts of the city
Superiutendant St. Johns Branch of the American
nione Woodhnvn 22. fl
& GOOLD f
happy by using y4
Bos - So.
ST. JOHNS, OREGON
Dring in your printing now.
LeUhc Peninsula Hank write you
..... iiioui.uh.1: luiicy.
trii. ... ... . .
Muu.il repairing a specialty at
'141. t . . .
me tanniyof Attorney Greene
ims returned from the beach.
roomers wanted at 210 Catlin
street. Comfortable rooms.
Mount Hood Yeast, made in St.
Johns, has no equal. Try it.
Mrs. F W. Valentine returned
from the beach Saturday evening.
fry tlie "Par FxcoltiMiei." tin.
champion se enrnr: nitidis in t.
The steamer Atinn Coinhnrs Is mi
the ways tindcriiuiuL' rennirH nt t1u
Misses Ona, May and Hthel Mit
chell of Albiua visited Miss Wylenn
Are you going to paint ? ltuy of
the Kaddcrly Transfer Co. at whole
sale prices. All colors and tints.
Remember! You cannot buy
finer candies or cigars than the
goods Valentine sells in his neat
Frank Smith went to Corvallis
Tuesday to look after the crops on
the One farm he owns near that
I.. Gromnchey and family, lor-
inerly of Dee, Ore., have lately
taken up a permanent residence in
u. . Jnnmiiiiuyti, painter, naper
nauger aud decorator, lias plenty of
1000 wall patier in stock at 708 V.
Kielimoud street, bt. Johns.
i.ooKiue up mm purciiasini! uie
r it t . 1
right to feed the festive wild duck
wheat for the privilege of tnkini; 1111
occasional shot at one is the past
time of a few St. Johuites.
Fire may destroy your home any
time. Are you protected airninst
artial or total loss ? If not, call
at the Peninsula Hank and learn
the small amount that will give you
Kluier Noien, grandson of Frnnk
'eterson, has been visiting his
brothers at the Peterson home. The
oiiuir lad had the misfortune a few
weeks ago to lose part of his arm in
a saw mill.
The deaths resulting from the re
cent earthquake disaster at Valjm-
raiso now reach the appalling total
f 3,ooo. This is worse than the
San Francisco horror so far as loss
of life is concerned.
Paul Hauiiau arrived in the city
last week from the Fast. lie is 11
cuusylvnuin boy nnd is on 11 visit
to his brother P. S. Itanium, lie
already likes the country so well
that he has decided to remain.
Mrs. John Watts of Mc.Minnville,
Ore., an old schoolmate of K. C.
Couch, sjK'nt last Friday with Mr.
Couch's family. She was on her
way home from Ohio, where she
lad been visiting friends nud rela
tives for the past three months. She
returns well pleased with her Ore
A uumlier of deaths nre reported
from Chicago and Neworkdue
to the intense heat that has been
irevailini: in the east lately. 1 hese
reports cause Oregon people to con
gratulate themselves on the fact that
they reside in n state wuere a iieaiu
from heat is something unknown.
According to the red hot sports
The Review was in error last week
in publishing that the secson for
Uenuy pheasants opened tomorrow.
Oct. 1 is the date on which these
birds may be legally killed. The
item has been going tlie rounds 01
the press, and it was chjitted and
printed without credit.
A corps of engineers were nt work
last Friday and Saturday at the foot
of Philadelphia street running Hues
and setting stakes. Diligent inquiry
failed to ascertain the object of the
work. Numerous stakes with the
usual blue pencil markings of the
surveyors may be seen on the tract.
The balloon ascension aud para
chute jump last Sunday was wit
nessed by a fair crowd. 1 nomas
Kinney made the ascension and
jump, and gave a line cMiumiun.
Owing to the meagre advertising
the attendance is not what it should
have been. Another exhibition by
the same jeople will be given in the
On Saturday evening a large party
of relatives and friends of Mrs. Kd.
Hurlbert gathered at her new Home
Oil LIHCagO Street, cumiui-ni) am-
prising Mrs. Hurlbert. The occa
sion was the celebration of the an
niversary of her birth, which oc
curred on Sunday, hxcelleut re
freshments were served and many
pretty and useful gifts tendered the
hostess. The evening was thor
oughly enjoyed by all present.
Ten dollars down and ten cents a
day are tlie terms on which Univer
sity Park lots are sold. University
- - II! !!. a 1
Park lots are selling ngni uiuuK
while others stand still, because
University Park has the largest
payroll on the peninsula, be-
cause it nas uun mm uu.,
a university which brings a cultured
class, a liquor restriction which ex
cludes saloons, Portland public
schools, and first and foremost it
believes that a steady growth and
pood morals pay lest in the long
,., Kmncis I. McKeinia is the
agent for University Park
Old papers for sale at this office
Reliable insurance at the lowest
rates nt the Peninsula Hank.
t 1 ...
rorainc cigars it will pay you to
call at Valentine's: opposite city hall
1 he material used in Mime's
bread is the best aud can't be better.
t Miss Nellie Drown spent Sunday
in visiting her brother nt Vancou
ver. ' Advertise fat. Johns by sending
The Review to your friends in the
Smoke a St. Johns cigar best 10c
cigar on the market the "White
First class and reliable insurance
companies only are represented by
tlie retitusula Hank.
Petite Prunes for sale at C. N.
Hraasch's. One cent per pound.
Fast end of Hurlington street.
Mrs. W. C. Francis and dauehter
Alma returned Monday last from a
season's outing at Newport, Ore.
Huy all the paint you want nt cost
)f the Kaddcrly Transfer Co. Thev
are closing it out at wholesale prices.
Insure ttirainst fire before vott
have one -with I). C. Rogers, nirent
for the "old reliable" Phoenix of
Mrs. Geo. M. Hall and Master
erne left, yesterday for Tacoma.
Wn., where thev will visit with
friends for n couple of weeks.
See here! New cottage, plasteied;
pantry, sink, nice lot, shed, chicken
house, fruit trees. A snap at .1850;
terms. .Meiklcjohn.ncar Cedar Park.
Just opened! The Multnomah,
in the Jower block, 302' j X. Jer
sey street. Pleasant, newly fur-
tat 1.4 .
nisiied rooms, iy tlie dav, week or
mouth. Transients solicited. Rea
Any one desiring a ride 011 the
river call nt the city dock boat house
and taken ride in the new family
xtats lately pincliad by I. II.
Thos. Mouahaii last Tuesday was
showing a picture of the old motor
and car and Jersey street ns it looked
in l ago. Placed alongside a photo
graph recently taken by l'eigiisou
the change seems Woudeiful.
The families of Roy Wilcox.
Mattin Ford and Jack I.ashbaugh,
together- with a few Vancouver
families, left yesterday for an over
land trip to southern Oregon
there to remain for the winter.
Miss Clam A. llossof Cedar Falls,
Iowa, was the guest of Mr. nud
Mrs. J. Williams mid family last
I tie-day. She was oil her way to
Iiverett, Wn., where she has been
engaged as principal of the high
schools at that point.
Recorder Thorndyke last Friday
afternoon rendered his decision in
the case of G. R. Mack vs. J. Mor
tenson, better known us the "cow
and chicken case." A fine of 1 5
nud costs was assessed against Mor-
teusen nud the nuisance ordered
J. II. Shields of Vancouver, Wn.,
was in town for a few hours last
Monday. Last year this gentleman
enjoyed the distinction of living and
doing business in another state uml
making the laws for the St. Johns
nt the same time. Arranging for
the entrance of the saloon was one
of his .sK'cinlties.
Hvery cili.en of n town who
erects 11 building, paints a house,
builds or repairs a sidewalk, cleans
up uml removes or. burns trash or
ultli from the streets or alleys, re
moves obnoxious weeds, or in any
way does something to beautify or
benefit, no matter if he does it from
selfish motives, is a lxinelactor to
One of the staid old papas of the
city who has been living alone aud
putting the cat out o' nights for tlie
past two weeks while mamma and
the rest of them are disporting along
the beach, made the remark yester
day that every bit of calico he had
seen for the last day or two looked
as though it was worth 50 cents a
yard to him.
1 here is a chance lor some one
to make an honest dollar by secur
iug u wagon load or two of plums
and prunes and teddliiig them
around the city. One would not
have to go very far to sell a wagon
load. The preserving season if on
for this class of trim, aud the kt
sou who invests a few dollars in it
will be well repaid lor his trouble.
Schroeder's dancing academy will
open 111 Htckiier's hall Saturday
evening, Sept. 15. All the latest
dances, including the new :loradora,
will be taught. Lessons will be
given every Wednesday and Satur
day evening. Admission Wednes
day evenings, 25 cents ; Saturday
evenings, 50 cents. No charge will
be made for ladies. A flashlight
picture will be taken of the class on
the opening night, and 11 prize wait
will be arranged. Remember the
date and be on hand.
The local base ball club journey
ed to Moutavilla Sunday aud was
defeated by the nine of that place
by a score of 14 to 8. The locals
ascribe their defeat to the thick
clouds of smoke that hung over the
ball grounds during the game, I hey
claim it was absolutely impossible
to see the ball when it was knocked
over 20 feet in the air, and it was
necessary in several instances to
use a long pole to dig u hole in the
smoke in order to release the ball.
The Moutavilla lads knew just
where to dig when the sphere was
lost, and therefore wou the game.
Join the Commercial Club I
Next Monday is Labor Day.
Hring your work to The Review
Ask your grocer for Linne'sbread
1 he West Coast Laundry makes
a specialty of lace curtains.
Smoking is 11 pleasure if the cig
nrs are bought at Valentine's.
Rough dry washing at Oc per
pound, west Loast liuudry.
Mr. Adams, of Colorado, has
been the guest of W. W. Raser.
Try the "Par Kxcellenee" : the
champion . cigar: made in St.
Smoke a fat. Johns cigar best 10c
cigar on the market the "White
We wash and iron nil flat work
at 2.sc per dozen. West Coast
For Sale Nice six room cottage.
river view, liitniireof II. G.Oadeii.
Mrs. Worley, from Hood River.
has been a guest of the family of
Private Iwnnliuir house, home
comforts, home cooking. Applv
403, West John street.
Protect your orotKMtv from lost
by fire by insuring in only first class
companies, face the Peninsula Hank
1 he family of J. C. Dickerson.
who nave resided in St
Wanted A boy to
plumbers trade. Must
or older. Apply to G. W. Over-
utrtet, St. Johns.
C. II. ileudcrson, the real estute
and insurance until, whose office ad
joins that of The Review, Iihh a
change of ad in this issue.
Dr. McChcMiey Iiiih titowd hi
office from the Ilolhrook to his own
bhck 011 ninth Jeisey street, where
he may be found at all hours.
Large Royal Italian nud Petite
Prune for sale by Laurence Thorn
dyke, Chicago street. Come and
get 'em they're 11 cent a miiiii.
We call attention to the mlver-
tisement of the Douglass Planing
Mills in this issue. Any oidnrs
placed with them will receive care
Duck shooting lK'giiiH tomorrow,
that is, the season for shooting
them is open. It will probably be
a mouth or more lefore tiny icul
tooting is done.
Monday being Labor Day the
Peninsula Hand will lie closed, but
wilt keep oh.ii Saturday evening
from 6 to 8 o'clock for the purKse
of cashing cheeks only.
In n new ad the Kaddcrly Trans
fer Co. announce they uie closing
ut their entire stock of jHiinls at
cost. 1 ho-e who intend painting
tills fall will do well to investigate.
Have received a uuiuIm.t of in
quiries from prosective buyers in
the jmst few days. If you lmvc
lots or small homes for Mle Hi leas
ouable liguies, tell me nlNiut it.
II. G. Ogden, Review Office. St.
I'lieiv is 11 good priMiwct of n
knitting mill being located in St.
Johns provided the prowr encour
agement is given. A wrty is here
ready to inveM his money in the
business. He dcsiic to meet all
who feel fiieiidly to the proiMnition
nt the Coiumcicinl Club WudiieMluy
evening. Turn out nud hear what
he hah to say, and show by yotit
p esei-cc that you are willing to en
courage the location of new iixlus-
tri'S 111 St. Johuk.
The sdnimer Geo. W. P.lder will
probably leave the dry (lock iie.xt
Tuesday. Thut is the intention ol
the Steel Ship lluildiiiK Co. of St.
oIiiih, who have clmrge of the n
wirs. It was the aim of (Iiom in-ti-retcd
to have the stemner in
readme to U-nvt- the dock next
Sunday, in order that all might sti
ller floated, but this wai found to
le impossible, The reiwiir made
by the local firm leave the boat in
the best condition she has been for
O. M. Stimiiou, chief engineer for
Swift iv Co., ntceiitly arrived in
Poitlaud, and has taken rMuul
charge of the work of that firm 011
the peninsula. During the pant
week 2,jvs,ooo yrd of excavating
bus been let at price varying fioiu
seven to eleven cents iter urd.
The engineer is also negotiating for
the purcluue or lease of a dredge
for the purpose of deepening the
channel of the slough. F.verythiug
is now riK- for a secdy beginning
of operation on the 1,700 Here
owned by the big meat packers on
The Junior Christian Kmleuvor
society of the F.vanuelicul church
held a picnic at the home of their
superintendent, Mia McClave,
Wednefcday afternoon. A jolly good
time was enjoyed by everyone.
I he picnic stiptwr under thv tree
made everyone look so happy that
the photographer came ami took
the pictures of tlie boys and girls
Those present were Jennie McVic
ker, Gertrude NcCarty, Hefckie.Mar
cy, Vina Swan, Mildred Poff, Gol
die Marcy, Mamie Foster. Clyde
Thayer. Hell Swan, Russell Poff,
Lillian Nelson. Raymond McCarty
Marguerite McCarty, Katie Shelter.
Marie Dredeson, Maliel Churchill,
Sammy Swcngel, Kiln Moers, Iiene
IMmoiidson, Anna Moqr, Rachel
Shelter, Verne Hall. Will Moer.
Gladys Iiredeoou, Ague Vincent,
Louise Sterling, Ruth Fdmotidsou.
A FINE HOME,
Coclm.n anil Family Alovc
Into Their New House.
"When I was going to build
friend of nunc told 111c Fred J.
Koerner would build me n home
Hint would be first class in every
way, and he has certainly done so.
just moved into it," said Thos
Cochran last Monday.
I he house in question is at 516
Hayes street, and is one of the
handsomest and most substantially
built in St. Johns. From the con
crete floor of a full basement to the
attic everything is finished in n
maimer that would delight tlie eye
of u skilled mechanic. The con
vetiicul arrangement of the first
floor nud the natural finishings are
something out of tlie ordinary
1 he reception hall, parlor, sitting
nud dining rooms tire spacious and
profusely lighted, while the haul
wood floors give them a finish that
is a source of delight to its occu
pants, The furnishings on the
second floor nre in keeping with
those "f the first. Hot nud cold
water are within convenient reach
011 any lloor. l-.lectric lights and
cult bells and furnace hcut nre in
every room. The basement is fin
ished in concrete, nud a commo
dious laundry with stationary tubs
supplied with hot nnd cold water
ulds to the conveniences. A porch
around the house flanked bv
concrete walks give Mr. nud Mrs.
Cochran one of the most attractive
mines in St. Johns.
Ncwsiwnier ndvertising has a two
fold benefit. It helps the man who
thus gives publicity to the advan
tages he oners the buyers, utxl it
rcalcs 11 favorable impiession of 11
it) bv showing to all teadeis of
miwr the live, wideawake char.u'
er of its httsiuoft men. Ileiiiamiii
I iinpton, a -fiy observing New
York buxincHs niun. has the follow
tig interesting oltMTvnllous about
ik-vswK'rs and the practical effects
thev produce in a community:
"Can you imagine for 11 minute
what life would be without the
newHp!iei ? It got into the home,
the ollice, the factory, the shop, 011
the cuts, on trains wherever you
It lid hiiumii beings, theie you will
'.Moie than that, you will hud
the iiewstHi)ei' is tend carefully, not
only for the news of piMiple uml
events that it gives, but for the in
teresting news of store.
'I have made many interesting
exclimcuts to satisfy myself as to
just how a newNipt'r is lead. I
know that other H-opie have done
this nud I am pretty sure that the
expei ieuce of every man who make
any investigations along this line
will prove that the hot thing that
is read in a uiiK-r published in 11
smalt city is the news of 11 personal
and puiely local diameter. I am
speaking now of the women read
er. Thev are the one who buy
the goods and they are the ones who
weaie (wrtictilurly iutcieted in.
'Alter tlie iMMKouul tiiloinmtiou
iomI local new i lend, a woman
amy gin net-1 luting 1 1 to see what the
big new events are iiImmiI that in
jiiNt about it far ns her intetewt
got. Then h- leud the ml if,
indeed, he hnsu t rend tlictn helore.
The ml are to her jitnt is i n let eat
ing a any other paitof the new
p..KT, and, I MiKet many times
tln-v aie more interesting than most
of the column of the average :laily
"Th" lore news as given in the
advertising column U not only of
interest to the thrifty, intelligent
holirtewife, but it i hUo mi iiuiMirt-
nut (Kilt of her daily hiitiue. She
want to keep wvUd on the tiewvM
things: also, Ik- mutt keep inform
ed a to the best place to buy the
article of merchandise that he
need in conducting her household.
All this information she get from
theudvertikiug columns of thencw-
"No one uvwl ever question the
ability of the advertisement to get
itelf lend. That's the eniiieit
thing in the world. F.very ndver
tisement of fair i is wire to at
tract some attention.
"I llial u weekly iiewHjmH;r
it. tin-11 medium tor the money
invested for the roimou that it goe
into iiiauv homes where a daily can
not be afforded, and a weekly a a
rule contains the little gossips and
Impivniug that are dear to the
heart of the average woman.
" l litreloie, it you intend going
into busiiie, he sure and place nu
ud in the home iwer. Keep your
name and buninew. Iwforu the pub
lic Never for a minute allow the
community to forget you are in bus
iuc and wont their trade."
l.uttreiwood i.ouuc 01 KcDcKniifc
entertained an appreciative audi
euce at Udd ircllow nail lat even
ing. The program as published in
Inst week s Review was rendered
und wu favorubly received.
Mi Lillian Cochtanof Suterior,
Wis., Mi iiva Nutting of Duliith,
Minn., aud Miss Nellie Cochran of
Ashhiud, Wis., were tlie guents of
Major Nutting nt the New St.
Johns Hotel at a dinner piuty last
There will be a meeting of theG.
A. R. and all loyal ludic who have
subscribed to the Woman's Relief
Con at I. O. 0. F. hull Wednes
day. Sept. 5. at 2:30 p, 111., for the
Mirpoe of arranging a date for the
election ot ollicers for tin W. R. C.
Refreshments will be served free.
Sam Ct ciikan, Prop.
Tmj., Cimm.. Mgr.
Fine Witiea, Liquors aud Cigar,
Cochran Illock. St. John. Oregon
We ihih' have mill ti. u r.qnlrti
reMilclil nrt'liltivl, mi. hi- run
ijrningt' In mlviiim-iii.'tn v to all
tlivM.' wi di-alti-1 liutld Umc.
Simp Second Door Vet
ST. .101 INS
P. J. Koerner,
I'lttHH uml M4irtraliin uroM4hr
rninllMHl mm ppliraliin. All wot
duiM) will mwtnwMM and diaMtii.
IN TMH CIRCl'lT COl'RT OV TUB
STATU Ol' OKfttiON, COl'NTV
T. J. Krouilvr, I'Uitilill,
Wullur W. Ilwfift, OffvmUHl.
To WitlltT W. HiH. iluU-wliMit :
In tin- HMitwof the Huu- at Ofvumi.
yttu ur- lu-rt-liy MiuiiiMuital uikI rwiuirMI
ttt aihiMwr mI MHkWi-r the rumtiUlM nlari
.i(Hllit you in lUv hIxivv riittllrtl Mlit ott
or lx(nr- ntli Any of Srpl.. t. wltkll
! ull-r ix wwk. list;!- eiiti-t I rum the
biU- ( tin- lirt ulic4tioij oi tlit Mini
titoti. It 1 tift-M-rtlHtl in the order fur
tli- Ml4it-HtMM Muumoua that th
umntoai tilililtiil lor i eoitoKCH
live Htt-k, mikI Mil or.Ur w iwutc Mini
tUtnl tlx- f Ui ol Auauirt, tyt, atwiUte
lirat imltlUutioit iliirvl in utwto the irt
iltty ( Auitukt, k"'. t"l U you (ail to ap
ierHinl uiiwt, tin- pl.tiituH will apjMy
to the rourl (or tin- n liif irawt fur in
liU wild eouipUiul. ! Mil :
1'in.t: for u jtfltcniMit agtitt the W
1 mUnt (or tli mini o( f4uu with iutare
then-oil mi the ruu- ol 10 (n-r eeul r ait
uiiut from IVhruaiy 17, tj, ami 0
further miiu ol j.So uxt fur xktyts r
hvoHl: I'or fy attorney itv.
Thutl; I'or h-rret- lor thv aaU
the follow iuu 1I1 riliet imilit-beli -iuk
tu ileit inlant to kaiioly ait JuiIkiii
to wit: All ( lot uutatarwl )Vtl 171 '
Taylor' Mllxlivi-ioii aet'tinii two i'
twp. oim- (i 1. N. U. J It. W. M.. coiitai
iiiU five cr, all 111 Mullunuwh eouat .
Oregon; wtunliiiK to the law awl ll
(imrtne of aai'l o.urt, llial lite la-'a t ei1
of Urn tait) le hv aopJkad to the a
lilt-ill of the amount lue the pl.tiiiiin au-l
that the tleti'iKlaiit and all (h rv.n. i-lattn
iiiK under him MiWijueiit to the uiort
Huge iiieiilioui-it in l.tiittifl'a complain
IwlMrred aul (owUjimhI from all right
i-In i 111 or equity of rn!i.-iiilku in tail
ireiuii-k uml every urt thereof.
That the plaiutitf r tu "titer JroM
to the htiit may hei-oute )uii-huM-r al aaitl
kftle; that the sheriff inu ulc a .lueil Ut
the Miit-haM.-r, anil that the (MtreluMsr I
Itit into eioii of Kuiil reiniMi.
I'oarth: I'or Malt other further or lii
fvreiil ruliuf m tu the eutiit ahall aveut
'I'liU auiiiiiion i iathlUhel once a
week for fclx aucveanive wet-k in the St.
John Review by order of the llouurahle
juilge 1'rHxir, judge of thealxvi. t utitlvd
court, iiuule the ad day of Auguat, 1406,
Attorney for tha l'laiutitf,
41.) ChumU-r of Cuutiueree,
l'irst iusurtlon Augtikt , l'A.
Lust insertion Selleuilt-r 14.
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