Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1907)
The H imd C Store
BONHAM & CURRIER
Shoes, Gents Furnishings, Dry Goods
107 South Jersey Street, St. Johns.
St. Johns, Oregon.
Statement at close of business December 4, 1906:
Loan f 1a7.73i.t1
I'tirnittiru (ititt fixture. 3,jj(M
Cash 1111 linml ninl due
fniiu hiilikn 7rity."5
The Best Way
To liclj) St. Joints is to patronize home
institutions and particularly the home
newspaper. Kvery professional and every
business man should have an announce
ment of his business in The Review.
Many people throughout the country are
interested in St. Johns, and naturally
look to the newspaper for information
concerning its development. If the paper
is well filled with local advertising they
know the city is composed of live, ener
getic business men. On the other hand
if only a few of the various lines of busi
ness are represented in its columns, it is
the logical conclusion that while the city
may be forging to the front in a building
way, its inhabitants are dead ones and
back numbers, or else the various lines of
business are poorly represented.
It has been proven time and again that
advertising pays, and it is ever the case
that the best advertiser does the best
Help (he Review and the Review will Help Von.
I New Bargains This Week g
jij Clic in, V'M'x), icxiilinic lot 1 Mock to cm llne (25 j
a 100x100 South St. JnliiiH, terms 650
K kk)x 100 Soiitli Ht. Juliim, corner ninl uir linu 950
$ 50x100, I if I income pioKMty JciMiy Mieet i.j.ooo
p 50x100 on Jvim'v Miect with jmity wall and alloy 1,500
5 50x100 S. St. Julius, isxiS shuck, wtiter, domed 175
X 50x100, ninth St. Jolinw, uihy payments .too
Two iieiiw on Willi llonlevaiil unily for platting
;X 50x100, ( ronin liouw, unit, fine livur viuw
1 itetu nuir cur line unil N. I railioad
jjl 25x100. kiimll building, JuiMfy Mteut 3,350
ioai(X), llnv factory tiitu, on milioail . 3.500
x Tun lot in Point View, uicli 150
50x100, coiner Jeiey .stiect ,175
$ I. (its in liit atlilition to l.innton to $100, easy payments,
v IltuineMi liK'atiou for tent.
H. G. OGDEN
Keep hi (ouch with (he Western World, Business and
Hargains hy subscribing for the
Monthly Investors' Guide
op IUlui'ut Sttitt, Portland, Ohkoii,
Uny 011r woihI at the
Peninsula Feed & Fuel Go.
Coal For Sale.
Ciiccn ami dry slalnvood.
Phone Kast iy7-
Sam. Cociikan, l'rp.
Thus. Condon, Mj;r.
Fine Winus, Mtjnorb and Cigars.
Cochran lllock, St. Johns, Oregon
Ciiitltnl Slock t iS.'xj".'"'
Surplu mill undivided
Dividend iniiit.. . . 1,350.00
ST. JOHNS, OR MOON
We now hitve with us it cupalle
roiitvut lUv'bitivt, and uc can
iirnoiKe to ndvtmce money to all
thcM; who ili'iite to build liomcs.
Second Door West
ST. JOHNS - - ORUUON
TO THE TROLLEY
Story of the Wonderful De
velopment in Electric
Traction During the
PASSING OF STEAM TRACTION
Gradual I'lltnlnutlon of DInIiiiico
Tlirotittli till) Development of
Hie Mlrctilo Iocomotle
ClilfUKO to New
York In T1-11
I Inn i n.
During the Hummer of IRS", there
appealed In (In; Now York Nun (In)
following fiiti'tlmiM iicwh Item:
"They tried mi electric cur 011
Fourth avenue yentonhiy. It irrntiil
1111 ninoiiiit of Hiiriirlxi' ninl collate! mi-
Hon from Third St. to Out Hundred
ntnl Nuventcciith St. 1 1 lit t huh hoiiii''
thing Ilk" Unit ennm-d liy tin1 Hint
Mentnhont on tlu lluilwiti. S11111II boy
yelled "ilyiminlli't" mill "nitx!" mid
111111I1! nlmlhir appreciative remarks itn
til lliuy were bourne. Ni'wly appointed
IKillrcini.'li debated nrrcMliiK It, tint
wait no further. The cur homos
which wcro met on tins oilier truck
klikrd without exception, iih wtw
fr'lMt KUrlflo Itftllw r Of Ilia WorN, llr
tin Kiimilllon, IH7II.
iiiilurnl, over 1111 Invention which
thri'iiti'im to reli'Kiili' Ihciu to 11 MiiuxaKe
'Hint win lent II11111 twenty yearn
into. TimIiiv Iho New ork (Viitr.il
UnProad Compiiny I expemlliiit
oo,ihh) lii the ehi'lrlllcnllou or llicllrnt
thlrly-llve iiiIIcm of Hn Hyuleui, nnd thn
nr hoiNeji were loiut into rclctfiitctl to
(he boiicynrd, If not to the "hiiiI'IIKd
"They" hnve ilone innrveloun thlnit
hIikc the Incii'iiHlnit KuowIciIkii of
electricity opciid up 11 new world of
achievement, mid we hnve Mcurccly
cniHinl the threMlliild. Ill IKMI llu elec
trie car wax 11 ilreaui; In I Sim. an ex.
perlmeut: In IIMMI, a rcnt nnd wonder
ful fact which N rcvoliitlonlrliiK pan
hciiKcr triiiiHportntlon mid will euabln
huiiuin beliiK'4 to move from place to
place twice iih faxt n they do nt prn
Horn In Old Vermont.
When III lK'tl TlinimiK Dnveiiport, of
Ilrimloii, Vt., ntti n toy motor mounted
on wIiitIh mi ii hiiiiiII circular rallwny,
the miMleni electric rnllroad with Hn
i tiiMdllilt. niii'isI if i.i'rr one linnilrctl
iiiIIch mi liiiur wiih iKim.
In IMS Kobcrt lavldioii, of Aber
deen, Scotland, tiullt an electric loco
motive which actually reached n xpecij
of four iiiIIii 1111 hour on the IMIn
biiri:li'(llniiKow rallwny. Mae year
Inter 1'rofcnitor .Miwch (1, runner nt
crulcil an experliaentnl enr which ear
rlcil two pnnHciiKcrH nt Hover, New
Then the fulled Klalcx eouitrcrw be
Ciiiuc lulcrchtcil. Ily fpin-lal itninli
ProleHKor Puue of riuiltlMiiulaii liikil
tule wiik nldiil In the couxtrucllou of
M'vernl forum of motor, One of them
wiih uhciI iih' a liKi.iuotlve and, driven
by a battery of one hundred Wrovo
eltlncntM, wiih tried April W, IS.1I, on
n nillrond ruunliiK from W11 -Illusion
to llliulciiHlniri:. A Hpecd of iiluclcrn
inllcx 1111 hour wim developcil, ho (jrcat
that It dextroyed the bullcrlcx.
Nuiiu'roiK other experiment fnl
loweil, nil commercial failure bccaun"
the motor were crude nnd the Kouree
of power a primary battery. The de
velopmeiit of the wonderful modern
dynamo wax necexxary before electric
mllmadlint could beconie a commercial
tutcccxx, The tlrxt jtrcat xtcp wax In
isiui, when nn Italian named Pacluot
tl Invented a cotitluuou current dy
imino. Three ycarx later the Unit
practical commercial machine for con-
tluuoux current operation wax made
Still the modern electric car waxlm
posfclhle. The 'reverxlblllty of fuiu'-
Ion" had yet to be dlxcovcrcd, luvolv
mit ciiN'iricai trauxmixxiau or client;
throuith two inaililncx. one driven by
power ami Kcncratlnit electricity; the
other reverxluit the operation, recelr-
lint ehvtrlclty nnd developing me-
I.Ike many other Important discov
eries, thU Is xald to have been the re
tain of accident. A workman coupled
n machine to a live circuit by mix
take nnd wna Kreatly uxtonMicd to xee
It beitlu to rtitate. ThU ivverxiblllty
of function wax puldlcly demonstrated
for the llrxt time nt the Vienna exno-
hiiiou in irii.i.
Not until 1870 wu the llrxt eltvtrle
railway put In operation, taking tlie
current from n dynamo, ushih' a tnod
era motor nnd earrylntt puxscukits.
l lux novelty was In operation at the
Uerlln cosltlou and wax a mile nnd
two-third, In length. The train eon
Klxted of a miinll Uuvinotlve nnd three
muall car, eapalile of earrylmt twen-
ty uspic It reachetl it speed of eight
in 1 lex nn nour.
See us for the Choicest Cuts of the Heat
Orders Hilled uud l'tuuily Trade Solicite.1
Ward & McClave, Proprs,
H 1 1 F! S
About this time Stephen D. rield
ind Thomas Kdloti In the United
States beiran experimenting. In 1880
IMIson was operating at Mcnlo Park
in electric locomotive which pulled
The Hint Illi-etrle Itiillnmd.
The first regular electric line to be
catabllHhel wan at Mchturfelile, Qcr-
tunny, near HctIIii. It wan only n inllo
nnd n half In leiurth and opened for
tralllc In May. 1881. The train car
rled twenty-lx pimxetiEers, nt a tnaxl-
muni (meed of thirty tulles an hour.
The llrnt electric car to be operated
mnilarly In the flitted State wan In
stalled by Deft on the Hainileii brunch
of the Ilaltlniore Union PuMetiRcr
Hallway In AitKind, 188(1. That
was barely twenty yearn ago. So
Brent was the Nki'ptlcUin of the public
nnd railway men generally that the con-
tract under which the road wan built
withhold payment one year ho that It
tuluht bo determined whether the cars
would run. "No one but n knave or
n rim would utulertnkc mich n tiling,'
Raid n well known Relent ht nt the
time. KclcntlfttflHoinctltncM have trouble
keeping up with the proecHidon. About
the Maine time Hinnll cars were oper
ated by Van Dorpoclc nt South nend,
Ind., followed by other muitll roads In
KdUon KUalrU Laromollf Upcr.tMl Ka
ptflliKOlall t Mania l.rk, 1H80,
Wlnilxor, ('nnndn: Appluton, Win.; Port
Huron, Mich.; Hcrnnton, Pn., nnd
Montgomery, Aln. In thn nututnn of
1KHI I 'rank ,. Sprairue, whoxe nnme
I Inxeparably ei.uuei'teil with electric
traction, bettnn to attract attention
with hi motor".
Twenty Yrnrx of Achievement.
At tlie hcitlnnlnit of 1H.H7 there were
In the whole world lex than idxty
iiiIIch of electric rallroud track, nnd
only about one hundred motor nnd
motor enr. In 1!C there were nearly
thirty tliouxnud iiiIIih of electric trnck
In the Pulled HlalcH alone,
This cliiinito wiih not nceompllxheil
without oplioxlllou. dlxiHiuriiiteiuent
nmt llminclal dllllciilllcM. Mr. Sprauo
hlmxelf, wlio wax ho potent n factor In
workluit till cIiiiiikc, ha told (lie Htory
of hlx llrxt Important contract. In the
Hprlmt of IKS", the Pnlon PuxxeiiKcr
Itnllwny couipmiy of Itlchmoud, n
eiikMUiil him to build nn electric mil
way. The llrxt car wa run out one
tilltht while the xkeplicul people xlcpt,
to make xure It could climb the hill.
It xtarlcil out In 11 blaxe of itlory nnd
lltimmlulouxly wa lowed back uitnlii
by four blit inule. Hut Kprnitue per
Mlxieil until on I eh. lsss, in n
drlxxllmt mill, the road opened for
I 'nun that time forward the future
of electric rnllroiiillui; wiih iiHNurcd and
event moved rapidly. (-Ily nfter city
ndopted the now motive power; home
earn I urn mo thluirx of the piiHt; In
tcriirhau roniN hepm to Krldlron the
country ovctj where, nnd In each In
Hlance a commercial hiiccchk wan
Hcorcd. Klivlrlc Interurbnii linen have
been money mn kern from the Mart
The k'reatext develnpmcut ha been
In the cant: but the went In not far
behind. The Aurora, KIkIii and Chi
riiuo Cleetrle rallwny (the third-rail
nyNlem) which linn been In operation
Bovcral yearn. In fnmmix. I'roiu ouu
center poWer ntntlou over two bun
dred iiiIIch of rond nre operated, or will
be iih himiu iih the line to llclvldcre In
c.unplctiil. Pleetrlclty nt wholeHiile N
rold to clllcn nnd village nimiK the
route for llulitlnir purpiMen; ehsirlclty
for power U old to farmer, 'Ira In
of elemiut cars run Into t'hlcinro nt a
hiuiiI which would have xecmed tin
piHnlble a tew year hko. I'mon-nuer
wave pih bye to Hteain train on n
pnnilh-lliiK rnllroad. which they paw
caHlly. A parlor mid dlnliiK enr In one
of the luxurle which the Htihurbuulte
enjoy piliiK to nnd from the city, nnd
the railroad cecum n veritable gold
mine for It owner
The borne tar hn long nlnro dltap
pcarcl. Will the Iron home, the Kreat
ute.iui liH'ouiotlve, bo nupplnuteil aUo?
Thin oucntlou fHTuru to nil who enn
sec the nlKiillliaiuv of pannlnn event
I'rolmlily not for ninny yenr to come.
n fur n heavy freluht t rutin; I -ou
rernwl, becaue Hteain U epts'lnlly np
plli able to the IihuIIiik of frelxht. Hut
tlie action of the New York Central In
electrifying thirty-live mile of it road
leadlii out of New York, and the
i 1 ular tiKllatlon for similar Improve
incut In I'hlciitfo and eltewhcre, would
seem to point to n time not far distant
when electric railroad will connevt
dlntnut clllc and Kreatly tdiortcn the
hoer of trniel.
Cliieauo to Ni-w York In TV11 Iliiiir
In fact muh a rallwny already U
belui; built between CIiIciiko mid New
York by the ChleHRo-New York Klec
trie Air I.lue Itnllrojid eoinnany, of
ClileiiKu. This company, headed by
Kroup of practical railroad men, pro
pose to run llmlttM train, making uot
more than three top. through to New
York or I'IiIi.iko, In ten hours. The
IhouKlit fairly tak"s oue'8 breath away
nt llrnt, but the project counldeml
tiohcrly Hcems practical cuoukIi, mid
certainly i "a cuiuumuintlon devoutly
to be wlnhed," The work of sradlug
bci;au Kept. 1 near Iii'orte, lad
A the new road will be an air line,
with few curves, the route surveyed
I IU mile shorter than tho I'eniuyl
vuiiln "Short Line," nnd 10 miles
shorter than the Lake Shore and
New York Central, each of which runs
trains covering the distance In c!i;htceu
hour. Tu Wlni; Into consideration the
KNIGHT 4 CUVEI. Prssrkkn.
l?ine Wines and Liquors,
Family Supplies a Specialty.
I Ilolbrook lllock, St. Johus, Oregon I
tl.ortcr route of the Atr Line, this Is
Mjtdvnlent to n fourteenda service.
AVIth low Krndes, n strnlght track nnd
no grade crosilni?, the seventy-ltvo
miles an hour nverage necesi"ary to n
ten-hour service ought easily to be
m-ilntnlned. liven on the first class
steam roads of today ninety tnllei an
hour I not uncommon for short ins
tances. The Hclentlflc American of Fob. 18,
JOG.", speaking edltorlnlly of the New
York Central experiment, snys, "Tin?
juccess of this Installation, of which
there can be no doubt whatever, marks
the first step in the Rrndunl substi
tution of the electric for the s ten in
locomotlre In the operation of long dis
tance express trnlns." Tlie ChlcnRO
New York project may be regarded the
Mr. KpniKiie himself says that speed
Is "a mutter of fliinnee." "Whnt then
wilt detennlne the future?" ho asks.
"Chlelly the financial fnctor, ns It must
the future of any other great Industrial
problem. When snvlngs In operation
nnd the Increased return for tralllc
will more limn pay n fair dividend on
money Invested for electrical eiiulp
in out, will trunk lines be operated by
Professor Charles P. Htcmmetz, one
of the grentest authorities on elec
tricity, is (Minted as saying, "There Is
nn limit to the speed that may bo de
veloped in electric trnctlon that Is,
there Is no limit up to 1M or '.'00 miles
nn hour. Higher speed tlmn that the
enr wheels could not stand. They
would ily to pieces from ccntrlfugnl
force. Not only can n speed of 120
miles nn hour be maintained nn n
trnln equipped with electricity, but In
rirtl lUguUr Blcelile Railway la UnlUd
ll.lll, lUlllmur. I SHU.
my opinion It In 1111 entirely feasible
scheme from the commercial point of
At nny rntc, the world seems on
tlie eve of great tiling, nnd no scien
tist dares sny today us wax said twen
ty years ago, "n man Is n knave or n
fool." The attitude of the Aincrlcnii
public Is nun of faith nnd expectancy,
lies! expressed by 11 recent remark of
nn old lady In her Inst sickness:
MI don't want to die," she said, "I
wnnt to see what they nre going to
Saving Hl Dignity.
The ceremonial of the Chinese
court, which used to include com
ploto profttrution before tho throne,
wns once tliu occnuion for n dinplnv
of cool audacity. In the eighteenth
couture n Persian envov refused to
go through the degrading ordeal,
and direction were irfvcn to tho
oflicin! to compel him by stratagem
to do co. Un arriving one day nt
tho cntranco to tho hall of audience
tho envoy found no menu of goiii
In excont bv 11 wicket, which wou 1
compel liim to stoop very low. Will
crcat prenenco of mind nnd coimid
crnblo audacity the amDansmlor
turned nrotind nnd entered hack
ward, nnd thin, according to hi
own conception of etiquette, saved
Iho dignity 01 liu country irom out
JI. Drury, nn eminent French hi
torinn, served when sixty years old
duriiiL' tho bIcl'o of Paris ns 11 trl
veto 111 tho national guard. One
day M. Julei Simon, a member of
it - I...Jl.i .11- l.i !.!. i
liiu iiiiiuiiiiainmuii, cuugiu sigiik 11
a familiar face belonging to ono do
ing sentry in tho uniform of a pri
vate soldier. "Is that you, Drury?"
"To bo sure," gruffly.
"And n private I"
"Why not?" said the other lacon
icnlly. "Wo can't ull bo prime min
It Msd All tin Dlffereno.
An excited individual ran up to
a porter ut u railway station nnd
nsked, "Hnvo you seen a pnrcol I
left on thU sent?" Tho nortor re
plied that ho had not. ''Oh, what
shnll I do?" exclaimed tho excited
passenger. "It contains tlireo poems
1 hnvo written 1" "Can't you write
them again?" nsked tho unsympa
thetic porter. "Yes, I can do that,
but," hcsltutingly, "tliero wero two
sandwiches in tlio parcel ns well."
Christ Ian World.
Lack of Spice.
There nre some trials which bo
set oiia at an early age. Hobby, vis
iting his grandmother, sullcrod ono
"Did you have a good time?"
asked Hobbv'n mother. The smnll
sou hesitated before ho answered.
"Not so very," he said sadly.
"You see, grandmother kept telling
me to eat all the dinner I wanUa,
end I couldn't 1"
Kept Her Premie.
"1 boll wed whom I rltaeer
Sail the belle te the beau.
Ttouh se Mt on hie kneeai
"I ihall wed wtiom t pleaser
Xloo4l" he orted. vita a xiueeaa.
'XJoodt Toil pleaa me, you kuowT
"I ahalt wl whom! pleaeet"
SaOJ Ue bUs to to beau.
Mew Orleans Tlmee Democral.
Rheumatic Pains Relieved
B. F. Crocker, Esq., now 84
years of age, and for twenty vears
Justice of the Peace at Martinsburg,
lowa, says: "I am terribly afflicted
with sciatic rheumatism iu my left
arm aud right hip. I have used
three bottles of Chamberlaiu's Pain
Halm aud it did me lots of cood."
For sale by St. Johns Drug Store.
The finest of callius? cards at The
Baptist church 15. A. Leonard,
pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. in.
Preaching at 1 1 a. in. B. Y. P. U.
7 p. 111. Preaching nt 8 p. nu All
are cordially invited to attend these
Methodist church S. L. Young
pastor. Sunday school 10 a. nt.;
preaching at 1 1 a. 111. and 8 p. in.
Epworth League at 7 p. in.
Holy Cross Catholic church,
Portsmouth Station 8:15 a. 111.,
low mass; 10:15 n. m., high mnssj
7:30 p. m., vespers and benediction.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Chapel,
University Park-Rev. Win. R.
Powell, chaplain. Regular services
7:30 p. in. Sunday school 3 p. in.
Bible class 7 p. in. ; Lcntou service
every Friday at to a. 111.
Evangelical church Sunday
school 10 a. in. Preaching it a.m.
Junior K. L. C. E. 3:30 p. 111. ;
Senior K. h C. E. 6:30 p. m. Also
preaching at 7:30 p. in. E. E. Mc
First Congregational Church F.
J. Warren, pastor. Sunday school
to a. 111.; preaching it a.m. and
7:30 P !
Baptist Church, University Park.
Rev. A. B. Waltz, pastor. Regu
lar services every Sunday morning
Christian Church Sunday School
nt ion. in., 0. W. Overstrcct, su
perintendent. Services in Bickucrs'
hall. Preaching nt it a. 111. and
7.30 P. Hi
Do not Crowd (he Reason.
The first warm days of spring
bring with them a desire to get out
and enjoy the exhilarating air nnd
sunshine. Children that have been
housed up nil winter are brought
nut nnd vnli wonder udierp thev nil
! came from. I lie h
clothing is thrown aside and
I shed their flannels. 1 lieu a cold
, wave comes and people say that
grip is epidemic. Colds at this
I season arc even more dangerous
than in mid winter, as there is
' much more danger of pneumonia.
I lake Chamberlain's Cough Rem
cdy, however, and you will have
nothing to fear. It always cures,
ami we have never known a cold to
result in pneumonia when it was
used. It is pleasant nnd safe to
take. Children like it. For sale
by St. Johns Drug Store.
NOTICE OF SALE.
To whom It may concern!
I, Oco. M. Hall, City Trciyuirer of .St.
IoIiik, Oregon, under and by the author.
Ity vented In me, hereby give notice thnl
1 win sen 111 me iront uoor 01 tnc Lity
Hall for the City of St. ohn, Orcou,
nt public auction to the highest bidder,
cuili In hand, 011 the 35th day of March,
i7, ni 10 o ciocK n. m,
Mil a (two), lilock 1 (one), James
John Aililitlou to the City of St. Johus,
Oregon, or to much thereof a may be
necessary to uiy the Mini Icenllvasscsxcd
ngnlnst the wld lot, to-wlt: the sum of
f 101.13, together with Interest, and cost
Also lot x iturcc), mock 1 (one), Iniuc
Johns Addition to the City of St. Johns,
Oregon, or so much thereof a may be
ucccssury to tuy the sum Iceally assessed
against tlie said lot, to-wlt: the sum of
f aoi.71 , together with Interest and cost
That Mid total sum ofyj.8j Is due by
reason ol an ntvssiucut placed ujiou the
cuy nen iiocxct 01 me sniu -iiv 01 m.
Johns, Oregon, 011 the isttluy of August,
1900. til'.O. .11. 11 AI.I,
City Treasurer of St. Johns, Ore.
Published in the St. Johns Review March
I, , iJi anil 22 1907.
IN Till? CIHCL'IT COURT Ol' Till'.
STATU 01' OKI'.OON COUNTY 01'
Arthur Mollis, Plaintiff,
I.ura Mollis, Defendant.
To I.ura Mollis, the above named defend
ant: In the name of the Slate of Oregon
you are hereby summoned aud required
to appear aud answer the complaint filed
against you In the above entitled suit on
or before the 6lh duy of April. 1007.
which is after six weeks have expired
from the date of the first publication of
this summons. It Is prescribed In the
Order (or the publication oi summons
that the summons lie published for six
successive weeks and said order was
made and dated the 11 th day of Febru
ary, 1907. ad the first publication there
of Is made the 33111I day of February,
1907, aud if you fall to appear and
answer, the plaintiff will apply to the
court for the relief prayed for iu her
saui complaint, town;
That the bonds of matrimony hereto
fore and now existing between the plain
tiff and defendant be dissolved and that
he be divorced from her the said defend,
ant, and for such other further and
further relief as shall seem equitable.
This summons U published once a
week for six successive weeks in the St.
Johns Review by order of the Honorable
Aiireti i', dears, jr., juoge oi me aoovc
entitled court made tlie lltu day of Feb
Attorney for the plaintiff
414 Chamber of Commerce. Portland.
insertion rcuruary 33, 1907.
Last insertion April j, 1907,
Suites of two to four rooms, also
single rooms. Situated one block
frou Columbia University, near
cor. of Fisk St. and boulevard.
Furnished or Unfurnished. A
pleasant walk from St. Johns,
Convenient to Bridge and mills.
A. W. DICKSON Woodlawn 505
J. R. WEIMER
Transfer and Storage
Your Patronage Solicited
105 Uast Burlington street, St. Johns.
AN OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
L. E. STORY, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND .SURfJBON.
Day nnd Night Office, Rooms 7
nnd 8, Ilolbrook lllock,
ST. JOHNS. ... ORG0.ON
S. H. GREENE
Office: Room q, Ilrccdcn llulld
lug, comer Third nnd Washington
streets, Portland, nnd St. Johns.
Phone: Pacific aogS. Residence: St. Johns
Joseph AlcChcsney, M. D.
Day nnd Nisid Office In AlcChcsney Block
I'honc Wood Is n 475
ST. JOHNS. - - OREdON
DR. L. G. HOLLAND,
PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON
Residence: On Modoc Street.
I'honc YVoodlftwu 576. Office: Ilol
brook Ilrlck lllock, rooms J ntnl 4
I'honc l?9t 3689.
St. Johns, .... Oregon
Crown mid bridge Work a
Rooms t nnd 2, Ilolbrook lllock, St. John
Phyilclan and Surgeon.
Office in Holhrook's lllock.
Residence, The Unyinond,
OSCAR DeVAUL, M. D
Office liouri, 9 to it s 111., j lo j p. in,
Office I'honc, Scott 1104.
Ktllence I'lionc, Union 5VI.
Office In Unlmtllv I'urk Drug Store.
Carpenter and Contractor.
Ilv the dnv or by the lob.
Pinna nnd niicclncatlonii furuithed
414 Allegheny street, a block rint of the
French block, St. Johns, Oregon,
C. A1ARI0N SALISBURY
Will test the eyes free of charge.
Jersey Street. St. Johns, Oregon.
Goodrich & Goodrich,
Full Professional Services Five Per Cent.
Saint Johns nnd Portland, Ore.
Houses moved, raised nnd re
paired. Odd jobs of all kinds.
Prompt service, reasonable charge.
Ivanhoc and Cutliu Streets. Phone
Wood lawn 586.
Saint John ... Oregon
F. Al. LASHBAUGH
Fuel furnished, either short or
long. Draying and team-work
of every kind, Prompt service,
Corner Jersey and Catlln,. ST. JOHNS
No. 186 I. 0. 0. F.
ST. JOHNS, OKKQON
Meets each Monday evening In Odd
Fellows hall, at H;oo. Visitor welcomed,
II. S. Hewitt, N. G.
F. 15. Foote, Secretary.
G. W. OVERSTREET,
Ilolbrook lllock, 103 South Jersey
street. Phone Union aHj.
S. C. NORTON
Resident agent N. F. Nore'n & Co.
tlo S. Jersey street.
Phone Woodlawu 937. St. Johus, Ore.
Bon Ton Barber Shop
Manshmu.o & Kakmlkin,
First class work and clean hot towels for
patrons. Hair cutting a'
Agents for West Coast Laundry.
Jersey street St. Johns
Mail arrives at St. Johus at 7:10 a. in.
and 1:15 p. m.
Leaves at 10:30 a. 111,, and 4:45 p. m.
Office open week days from 6:45 a
to 6:10 p.m. Sundays from 9 to 10 a. tn
No mails arrive or depart Sunday.
One Dollar will
fit you to eye classes or spec
tacles. Perfect fit guaranteed.
Your eyes fitted at home. Write for
ircc Duuuci ucscriuinK uui ihiuiuu.
Remember, the glasses we fit you
to are worth F3.50 any where on
earth. Our price, only $1. 00.
OUR REPAIRING atMrtseot le rnoej
complete. Main epriaf ft .00. w etchclesaee
n.uB. acea iou em or ret isterea aisu.
EtSO repairs ear wawh.
METZGER & CO.
til HXTK STRUT. FORTim, 0M.
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.
In order to Insure a change of ad
vertisement the copy for such change
should reach thla office not later than
Wednesday, at 3 o'clock p. m. Pleaee
remember thla and eave the printer
Subscribe for The Review.