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Bonham & Currier
General Merchandise Cochran Block
A Few Bargains in Homes :
One acre with a to-roont house, nil
finished in gootl shape, for $2, 500.00.
One quarter ncrc close in with four
room house, for iffioo. Also fine river
view and htisiness property and factory
sites. Good time fjiven on property.
W. H. King Land
Hi, wish to call your atten
tion to our complete line
of Children's, Misses' and La
dies' Oxfords and Shoes in
medium priced goods. Also
I losiery.I lats, Overalls, Pants.
I'houe Union 4066.
Couch & Company
206 mid 208 1)1111(1(1011)111(1 St.
Agents for the Queen Insurance Co., American Cen
tral of St. Louis, Norwich I'nion Fire Ins. Society.
These companies are three out of the thirty-two that
are paying their losses in full at San Francisco. It
costs no more to insure in a good compnuy than in
a poor one.
Don't Insure in a Six Bit Company.
Shepard, Dobie & Peterson,
Phone Scott .n. Real Estate atid Urc Inwrince. ST. JOHNS, OKIt.
Capital, fully paid up,
Surplus and undivided profits,
Commenced business June 5,
Oi'i'ieitus J. V, Forduey, Priwliluut; U.T.Piatt, Vice President; 0.
A. Wood, Caolikr.
llOAHKOi' DiuiiCTous-J, V Forduey, U.T. l'latt, 1'. C. Knapp, W.
A. Ilrewer, II. I lNinct, Tho. Coclir.tii, M. I,. Holbrook, 0. A, Wood.
PAINTS AT COST I
KADDERLY TRANSFER &
Will sell you paint at wholesale pi ices. "liny Now." Dealers in
FEED, HAY, LIME, CEMENT, SHINGLES
LATH, COAL, ETO.
See us for pricts. 202 S. Jersey street, St. Johns, Ore.
Hardware, Tinware, Plumbing
Tin Roofs, Gutters, etc.
Phono Scott -1065
Houses For Rent
ik vou want a iiouHK oAi.i, os un
ST. JOHNS. OREGON
We shall handle
only the finest of
and our patrons may
be sure of being sat
isfied in every case
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
Smith & Hoover
Next door to Kdmoiidsoii's
JI.RSKY STRKUT, ST. JOHNS
Co., St. Johns.
kUU line of Groceries was
never so complete. We
have just received a case of
fancy cream hrick cheese
which is very fine. Try it.
Now is a koo(1 time to buy
sugar; it will go higher.
- - - $
ST. JOHN'S, Or
Your Horse Lame
Take him to
Godsey & Clark
Our sjK'cialty is horseshoeing, and
we guarantee our work.
0. I. MCRRILL
Faulk & Merrill
Flints, Oils and Building Materials
Phone East 713
Unlvaralty Park, Oregon
Mall arrives at St. lolms at 7:10 a. in.
1:15 p. in,
Leaves at 10:30 a. 111., anil 4:45 p. tn.
Office oieii week davs from 6uc a. tn.
6:10 p. in, Sundays fruui 9 to 10 a. 111.
.so luttus arrive or depart Sunday,
FREAKS OF GOLF BALLS.
Havo Killed Dlrdi on the Wing and
Cauted a 8heep to Drop Dead.
It docs not often huppen that a
bird falls a victim to a golf ball in
its flight, although such a mishap
has occurred in two or three in
stances, buys London Tit-liitB.
Ono of tho players, a Mr. Crocker,
having driven off at tho eleventh
tee, his bnll croatcd somo astonish-
mont by coming in contact with a
lark in midair and literally knocking
off its head.
A similar incident happened last
season but ono on the ground of tho
Hirkdalo club. Two members wcro
playing a round when ono of them
mado a brassio Bhot. Tho ball was
in full flight when a bird of tho
wagtail species was scon crossing tho
lino of flight, and tho next moment
both objects camo into collision at
a distance of about forty paces from
Tho consequences wore fatal to
tho unfortunate bird, which was not
only killed, but decapitated. As for
the golf ball, its .light was slopped
by the impact, tho ball falling to
tfiu ground within a few yards of
its slaughtered victim. The incident
had tho further object of losing the
player tho match, ho having to mako
an extra stroke or two to cover tho
distance short covered, thus costing
him tho game.
A still moro extraordinary freak
of a golf ball resulted in a tragedy
on tho Uulcontlo links in Scotland.
In tho course of a match 0110 of tho
players, in his drivo from the sixth
' tee, put so much vigor into it that
tho bull struck a Bheep on tho head
.with such force as to cause- it to
fall dead on tho spot.
1 A very different, but no less In
teresting, story was reported from
another links in Scotland about tho
same time. In a foursome match
played at North llcrwick, 0110 of tho
golfers drove his ball against a wall.
1 It rebounded into hoiiiu rough grass
I and for a fnw minutes could not
bu traced, but ultimately the caddio
found the ball lying in a lark s nest
In which wero four eggs all un
broken. Tor a ball to drop into a
tivjtt of eggs without breaking any
was surely an extraordinary occur
It it not long since a player at
Woking in approaching the hole
' lauded a bull on the top of tho
clubhouse. This little incident di
1 not, however, upset his cmiilibrium
very much. As nimbly as he could
' he followed Ilia ball to the roof and
from that coign of disadvantage
played it so well that ho was sue
cejsful in ticcuring a half of 11 hole
which ovorylMidy considered trro
A similar sceno was onco wit
neiMcd on tho St. Andrews links in
Not long ugo an incident oi uus man -vips. ..-.-.f, -kind
was reported from Hayncu J delighted in wandering over tho
Park Golf club. It took placo in mountains in the garb of a common
11.. f !...; .nn,,mt!llnn Imttinr. nrtund Willi a rifle, atld tllO
oltlin courno of n throe bnll match
Ono of tho players happened to drivo
his ball on to tho corrugatod iron
roof of n shed and, in tho belief
that ho had consequently givon up
tlio hole, tlio other two calmly pro
cevded with tho match, Ihit thoy
hud reckoned without their host
for tho next moment Micro was n
great clatter of feet 011 tho iron
roof. Barely had the vrarning cry
of "fore" reached tho nluyora ears
when n bnll whizzed on to tho couroo
cloao by. It wiw that of tho otlior
player, who had mounted to tho
roof ami played it from that unox
HU Only Duol.
No subject could bo mentions'
on which Uncle hrantiu hud not
something to nay, and in many mat
tern ho had a lurce experience.
"No, h, I don't approvo ob
duoln," ho said to one who delighted
in hearing him talk, "Oh, van, fall,
I's fought a duel once. Vos, enh,
with a trifling yallar man, about u
nil. Ya. fan, wo war bound to
marry de tame one.
"We fought dat duel out in do
road, sab, in a lonely spot, an' wo
uiun t cxpcr cncd no shots on do
puspon, either ob us, but wo brought
down a lino cow, sail, dat was watch
ing do affair from a medder ovah
"So 'Uustus ho paid fo' do cow.
rah, an' he dono tuk do gal, an' I'd
stayed single an' ken ol'ar ob duels
do rest ob my life." Youth's Com
Blind to SlgnaU,
A brakemun retired to a farm and
started to lead tho simplo life, llav
ing a piece of new land to break,
he hitched up a team of mules,
wrapped the lines arouud his waist
In farmer fashion and started to
work. He had gone but a short
distance when he saw a stump ahead
and immediately began giving tho
railroad "ston signal with both
hands. The plow struck tho stump,
and tho brakemnn went head first
over the plow. Picking himself up,
ho ran angrily to tho muled and
roord, "You flop eared scoundrels,
uon't you ever look back lor a Mil
xiair Atchison Globe,
1 1 1 N, Jersey St. ; Phoue Union 3405,
E. 0. MAGOON, Agt.
The Only Money He Ever Earned a a
' Tlio following amusing incident
is related of the Duke Maximilian,
who was a great lover of the zither,
n singularly plaintive instrument
I and tho national guitar of tho Ocr
I zither hung around his shoulders,
' During ono of these excursions ho
sat down on tlie iruiiK 01 n tree aim
, awakened tho echoes of tho opposite
chain of hills. Concluding ho was
alone, he reveled long in tho sweet
sounds. When, however, ho ceased
somo peasants who had been Ills
secret auditors drew near to him,
and ono addressed tho duke in tho
cordial wav of tho country, as fol
lows: "Thou, Indeed, canst play it
wonderfully; now como with us anil
wo will danco to thco in tho inn
down there. Wo will pay for as
much boor as thou canst drink."
"Thank you," replied tho duko,
"I am not 'thirsty, but I shall cer
tainly go with you," which ho did,
and played for moro than two hours
in "tho inn down tnero."
Tho peasants and their lassies
wero in eestasio while dancing to
tho tunes of their new friend. ith
tho noctical fcclintr nativo to the
mountaineers of tho Alps, they sang
Jumncd about and kout un a steady
demand for moro tunes. The duko,
whoso faco beamed with Joy, at
length became weary and prepared
"Thou mayst go," said ono of tho
peasants, "but not till tliou uast
B'ayed tho new danco composed by
uko Maximilian. It is tho most ox
nuiaito piece of music I cvor heard.
l'lny it ana I'll gtvo tneo s-i Krout
Tho duko complied with tho re-
3ucst, took his krculzcrs and then
cpartcd, when ono of tho peasants
mado tho following speech to his
fellows and their partners: "My
dear comrades, permit me to tell you
that vou are all asses, r.vory one ol
you plumes himself on his kuowb
edeo of tho zither, ami none of you
while hearing tho best player in the
land rccniinized Duko .Max. I did
Tho peasants, still moro delighted
with tho condescension of their Il
lustrious friend, ran after him,
thanked him and got tho promise
Hint lio would play (or tliem once
"As to tho !M kreulzers," the
duko said, "I will keep thorn. 'I hey
are all I have ever mado by playing
Saving HU Dignity,
Tho ceremonial of the Chinese
court, which used to include com
pletn prostration before the throne,
was onco the occasion for a display
of cool nudacltv. In the cicrhtcentli
century a Persian envov refused to
go through tho degrading ordeal,
and directions wero given to tho
officials to compel him by stratagem
to do so. On arriving ono day at
tlio cntranco to tho hall of audience
tho envoy found no means of going
In except by n wickot, which would
compel liiin to stoop very low. With
great preenco of mind and consid
erable audacity tho ambassador
turned around and entered back
ward, and thus, according to liU
own conception of ctiquotte, saved
tho dignity of his country from out
M. Drury, an eminent Trench his
torian, served when sixty years old
during tho siege of Paris as a pri
vate in tho national guard. One
day M. Jutes Simon, a member of
tho administration, caught sight of
a familiar faco belonging to ono do
ing sentry in tho uniform of n pri
vate) soldier. "Is that you, Drury J-"
"To bo sure," gruffly.
'And a private 1"
"Why not ?" said tho other lacon
ically, "Wo can't all bo primo min
It Mad All th Dlfftr.nca.
An excited individual ran up to
porter at a railway station and
asked, "Have you seen a parcel I
left on this seat?" The iwter re
plied that ho had not. ''Oh, what
shall I do?" exclaimed tho excited
fasscnger. "It contains threo poems
havo written!" "Can't vou writo
them ni'flill '" nsWnd tlin nnsrinnn.
thetic porter. "Yes, I can do that,
but," hesitatingly, "thero wero two
sandwiches in tho parcel as well." -
Lack of Spaca.
Thero are somo trials which be
set ono at an early age. Uobbv. vis
iting his grandmother, suffered one
"Did you havo a cood time?"
asked Hobby's mother. Tho small
son hesitated before ho answered
Iot so very," ho said sadlv.
"You see, grandmother kept telling
mt to eat all the dinner I wanted.
auu j couiun tr
See us for the Choicest Cuts of the Best
Orders Pilled and Family Trade Solicited
McCLAVE & WARD, Props.
. i 111 A 1 1 1 . t in ait mm f tin
RUSSIAN VERSUS TURK.
r.M..t In Which Ivan Won With
said tho Hussiaif, "how pcrlcctiy
nnr nmn aro trained." and ho called
hia nr.lnrlv. "Ivanl" "Sir." "Goto
Mehcmol's, buy mo a pound of to
Imrrn nnd como back at onco."
Tho soldier saluted, turned on his
honl nnd xvnllt Ollt. "NoW." Said tllO
ttussinn ofllccr, taking out his watch,
"my orderly is walking straight to
the next comer, wiicro no musi
turn; now ho is turning; now ho is
opposite tho whito mosquo; now ho
is crossing tho maydan; now ho is
at Mchemet's; now ho is buying tho
tobacco; now ho is coming back;
now ho is on tho block below us;
now ho is at tho door; now" And
tho Ilussian called out, "Ivanl"
"Where's my tobacco?"
Tho Turkish ofllccr, showing no
sicit of atirpriso at tho precision
of this Husso-tobflcco movement,
promptly broke out:
"Ho, hoi My soldier can do that
ovorv dav In tho week," and no
"Go'to Ali Effondi
ffondi'a ftnd'flCO that
a pound of tobacco.
vou brim mo
My pipe is empty."
l'ollowlnir tho tactics of tho Ilus
sian ofllccr, tho Turk pulled out his
watch and went on: "Muchtar is in
tho street ; now ho is passing tho pal
pooch bazaar; now it is noon and ho
Is saying his prayors; now ho is
drinking at tho stone fountain; now
Ali KlTcndi hails him and-asks him
about my health; now Muchtar is
paying for tho tobacco; now ho is
coming back by another way; now
ho is on our street; now ho is at tho
"Muchtarl" shouted tho ofllccr.
"Whero is my tobacco?"
"I haven't found my shoos yet I"
"Did you hear about Samuels?"
asked Mrs. Uraymaro s husband.
"No, I didn't hear about Sam
uels," tho lady answered. "When
you havo anything to tell, why don't
you tell it?1'
"ios, dear. Yoll, Samuols wan
going homo tho other night when
a footpad shot at him and tho ball
lilt a latchkey in Sumuol'it vest
pockot, and his lifo was saved. So
you sco what good a latchkoy is."
"Indeed! If bamucls had been
going homo at a rcasouablo hour
ho would not havo mot any footpad.
bccoiuiiy, no carries l,uuu insur
ance, payablo to his wife, and if I
it had not been for that latchkov
eho would bo a rich widow now. So if
you aro hunting arouud for a latch
key you will havo to bring back a
better story than that ono. Thnt'n
all. I'm going to bed now, and if
you wont to read you'll havo to go
to tho kitchen, and don t wosto tho
coal." London Kxpross.
The Flnt let Cream.
Tho glory of introducing ico
cream to America is ono which. In
tno minds ot tho younger olomont
at least, would rival any of tho pre
tensions 01 (Jiirlstophor Columbus,
Sir Waltor Ralolsh. Fulton. IIowo
or Edison. It was Mmo, Delacroix
to whom Americans aro indobted
for tho becinniiiff of tho notorious
passion for "cool interiors." Her
portrait, ono of St. Momin's mezzo
tints of early Aniorican notablos.
shows hor to havo ken a handsomo
and forceful character well worthy
10 go uown 1110 long corridors or
famo as tho mother of Ico cream
and tho stepmother of tho ico cream
soua inuu8trv. Ann oton'a Mai?a.
. .... . .. .
, w . - U
Philadelphia's Famous Sorappli
To mako Philadelphia scrannle
siuw two pounas 01 iresu porlc until
-1 1 i . . ..
thoroughly done. Take tho meat
up and odd enough water to the
liquor in tho kettle to mako a ouart.
Itcmovo tho bones and chop the
meat, thon put it back in tho kettle.
beason, uddinc saco or summer sr.
vory and onion, if desired. Then sift
in cornmeal, boiling slowly and stir
ring as if for mush. Mako it thick
enough to slice when cold. Turn
Into a dish, and when wanted for
the table slice and fry in drippings.
The quantity may bo increased, as
u wui Keep a long time in winter.
'Oh, yo-es," remarked Ketchley
in a self satisfied way, "Lulu and I
will start out in married lifo under
very favorable circumstances. Her
mother gives us a neat little home,
her fathor furnishes it, and her
Uncle Do Long has given a carriage
and pair. Besides, Lulu has a snug
lutumu in ncr own name.
"What part do vou f umi-h ?
"Well principally the name
principally tne name," London
WIGHT CWVEJL Proprietor.
Fiue Wiues aud Liquors.
Family Supplies a Specialty.
Holbrook Block, St. Johns, Oregon'
Somo years agoh Russian and a great pain from n burn 0.1 the hand,
Turkish ollker wero having a dis- ami ns co d applications only In.
pute ns to the superiority in disci- creased the inflammation, Mr.
Kline of their respective soldiers. Strauss came to James M. Nichols,
"I can prove to you on tno spot, " ' 1 iZ mi" "1, .
Pnln from n Burn Promptly Rcllecd
by Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
A little child of Michael Strauss
o? Vernon, Conn., was recently in
stop the pain. Mr. Nichols soyj
'I advised him to use Chamber
lain's Pain Balm, and the first ap
plication drew out the inflammation
and gave immediate relief. I have
used this liniment myself and rec
ommend it very often for cuts,
burns, strains and lame back, nnd
have never known it to disappoint."
Por sale by Jackson's Pharmacy. .
In the County Court of the Stale of Ore.
K011, for the county of Multiioitmli
Inthctunttcrof tliccstntcof M. A. Town-
send, deceased. Citation copy.
Ma Hltev. lidwnrd Scott. I.ucy A.
Ounv. Wilfred Scott. Alfred Scott
nnd Hnttic A. Towiiscud nnd l'rnnk
Towuseml, minors, and to I.ucy A.
Quay ns guardian of Mild minors.
In the tinine of the state of Oregon,
vou arc uerenv counumiucti 10 uppenr ic-
fore the Honorable County Court of the
state of Oregon, In nnd for the county of
Multnoumli, nt tne court house tu the
CIIV 01 I'oriiiiuii. on inc 20111 nay ui neii
tetnber. louo, nt the hour of lo o'clock
A. M. of said day. to sliow cause, If tin v
exist, why that an order should be made
nuuioriMni: nun cinixiwcriui; r.iwoon 1;.
Qmy. as udmlnlstrator of the nfoieNild
estate, to sell nt private sale the follow-
, , ,icri)Cd prpiwrty, to wit! Lot
elKhl l) nun nine (9) m iiiock one 111,
Cliipiunu's Addition, and lots three m,
lllock three Adam's Addition, nil in
the city of St. Johns, Multnomah county,
Oregon, or n sale of so much thereof ns
may be necessary to txiy off the claims
igniusirnuii seme sain esuite.
Witness my hand ittid the seal of nnid
Court nlfixed this 10th day of August,
6. P. S. l'lltl.PM,
Clerk of the County Court.
11)' lr. W. I'HAnT, iicptuy.
t'ublhhed in the St. Johns Review All-
gutt 17, 3.,.i, September 7, 1006.
Suites of two to four rooms, iilco
single rooms. Situated one block
from Columbia University, uenr
cor. of 1'lsk St. and llnulevnnl.
I'urulshetl or Uufurublted. A
pleasant walk fnini St. Johns,
Mtitnhlc for mill men.
A. W. DICKSON Phon. Enat 0260
L. B. CHIPAIAN
DTAI rCTATP I
Hsbo-u 50x100, cor.-, two-atory brick
...in 1 . . .
niiisuun uc crecicu m satne uiocic.
1 ins is a splendid investment, and you
had better look into it at once.
f .000 Lot 35x100; a close In inside lot
on Jersey street.
fSoo Lot 50x100, A nearby residence
lot! tic null if vnn Imllil ... n.iou
J400 IM 50x100. Pine location: one
I am also aueilt for the Amerlmii TV
Forest Wireless Telej-raphy Co.'a stock.
Bon Ton Barber Shop
Manskii.d & Kakmlkin.
I'irst class work and cleau hot towels for
patrons. Hair cutting a
Anents for West toast
jersey street St. Johns
D. C. ROGERS & CO.
Real Estate and
$-50 Lots 50x100 lu South St. Johns.
Finest residence lots in the city.
50x100 on Ivanhoe street.
ipoo and up Business lots on Jersey
I Ji9oo A new modern 5-rooni cottage.
Lot I0OXI36 on ear lln
1 -w h .iiJ-tc 111.
f 2600 New modern house.
...v. wU woe irom car
Phone Scott 3104.
1 sum liic iiliiii mi iin-uui.i ouva.
AN 0FfCIAL DIRECT
S. H. GREENE "
streets, Portia, lVni" L ,M,,,M"to
J'hone: Pacific filiy,
Joseph McChcsncy, A rj
DR. L. G. HOLLAND,
PHYSICIAN AND SURflljON
Dr. VV. E. MARTEL,
Crown nnd IlrMgc Work t
Rooms 1 nnd 3, llolbrtnik Itlock.St. John,
Dr. MARY MacLACHLAfT""
l'liylclan nnd SurRton.
ltcsldencc I'houe Scott i,,,
Kcsldcncc, St. Johns Hotel. '
A. W. VINCENT, A. D..
Office .03 South Jersey trect. All houn
OSCAR DeVAUL, M.l)
omceliouts, 9lou. ni llosp.n,
Offlce I'lionr, Scott 1104,
Kealilcnce I'lionr, Union
Odlceln Utilvcrslty I'aik UrufS(4r.
., W ClutnnlM lo l'lm
II. T. lloUrt, SI6 WltUmillt lloukuri.
C. V. Ilokn, 2Js TkrSlrt(
ST. JOHNS OKOM
N. P. NOREN & CO.
Heal Hstatc, Loans, Iniurance in4
llutlncss Chances. S. C. Norton,
corner Hruuiwlck and Hudson
streets, Uesldeiit Agent. Phone
F. A.. PARSONS
Conlrnc or and Builder.
Cnrpcutclng In nil Its branches ttutit-
pricc. Kesiilence 727 Lively It.
The 6, HEITKEMPER CO.
Importers and Wholtiale Deslers
286 Morrison Street, .n:',b POflTUUMJ
Dray and Baggage Line
Phone Scott ijoS.
Piano MovhiK a Specialty,
Leave orders at Hnllbcri;' I'urnltuit
store and they will receive prompt
C. MARION SALISBURY
Will test the eyes free of clwrge.
no Tacoma Street. St. Johns, Oregon.
Goodrich & Goodrich,
I'ull Professional Services I'Ue Per Cent.
Saint Johns and Portland, Ore.
Zeller-Byriies & BUckburnCa
Undertakers and Embalntrs
209 Jersey Street
Houses moved, raised and re
paired. Odd jobs of all kinds.
Prompt service, reasonable charges.
Ivanhoe and Catlins treets. Phone
Salut Johns - Offf
F. M. LASHBAUGH
Fuel furnished, either short or
long. Draylng and team-work
of every kind. Prompt service.
Corner Jersey and Catlin, ST. JOHNS
No. 186 I. 0.0. F.
ST. JOHNS. OREOON
Meets each Monday evening m ?
Fellows hall, at 8:00. Visitors weico-
II. t, IICWIHl
F. R. Foote, Secretary.
G. W. OVERSTREcl,
Holbrook Block, 103 South Jersey
street. Phone Union 285.
MRS. N. McCANN
inendel with care and promptness.
Ladies' clothes a specialty.
Old Postoffice nullum,.
Saint John v' "