St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current, May 17, 1907, Image 4

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THE NEW
The II and C .Store
Hargaiu Counter
Bargain Catchers
BONHAM & CURRIER
Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Dry Goods
107 South Jersey Street, St. Johns.
PENINSULA BANK
St. Johns, Oregon.
Statement at close of business December .), 1006:
Khsoukcim:
Loniis f 117.731.1 1
I'lirnliurc tuiil fixtures. 3,976.116
Cnh on linml ninl due
from lmuk 13,fi).(S
fioj.ooS.fij
HAVE YOU AN EYE FOR
BUSINESS
ELECTRIC LIGHT WILL MAKE SALESMEN OF
YOUR WINDOWS AFTER DARK
Theic Is no known llltiinlnant which will light store win
dows as efiectively, handsomely and satisfactorily as Hleclrie
Light. Fabrics arc shown in their true colors and every little
detail is brought out in true proportion to its surroundings.
Keep your place of business bright with P.lectrie Light, and
don't neglect the KLP.CTKIC SKIN, and vou will keep busy.
Light is tilt magnet that draws trade.
The use of lihettic Light is an advertisement of your pro
gressive enterprise. It's the light that's bright.
Call Main (0H8 for information.
PORTLAND GENERAL
Pirst
Tclcplimiu Mnln
and
New Bargains
Two lots in Point View 75
50x100, bet income pi 0101 ly Jciiwy Mieyt ia,ooo
25x100 011 Philadelphia St., 2 story binlnttW l)hlg 3,150
87x100 on Chicniio St. cloe to Jcrwey 3650
iooxioouIoms in, collier lout and ncieti(o in Wont St. Johns, 3100
50x100 S. St. John, i..ni8 limine, water, dented 550
Two auiuti 011 Willis lluuluvtird romly for platting a.aoo
50X 1 00, 6 loom lioiiKv, fiuit, fine river view i00
50x100, 1 block to (Miiitonico 750
25x100, Jersey treot, with alley a.ooo
100x100, cl(o in, iciiideiice lot 1,600
Tun lots in Point View, etteh . 150
Lots in first addition to Liuiiton $.o to f 100, easy payments.
lluniuuMi locations for lent.
H. G. OGDEN
Huviow Olllco.
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Do you ever advertise in
The Review ?
If not, why not ?
For neat work, good material ami reasonable prices The
Review job printing department cannot be beaten.
STORE.
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Dividends uuiinid..
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ST. JOHNS, ORHC.ON
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REPUGNANT MEALS.
What People Can Llvo on Under the
Stress of Circumstances.
The iniinbitunis of Paris onco liv
ed under Henry IV. during n siego
1 on the ino.it ropngnant meals. All
I grass which could be found, even
that growing between tlio stones of
i tho pavement, was cooked into
soups. In a field oven ejected espe
cially or this purpose "delicious"
pastries of ground bones were mado
up during u period of three weeks,
and the ncccspary bones were ob
tained from a nearby cemetery.
What occurred during the sicgo of
Paris in 1871 is still in mind. Peo
ple ate uluiost all the animals of tlio
zoological garden. One of tho
butchers sold monkey and urchin
meat, and canal rat as well as dog
meat became "classical." A baker's
family consumed during tlio
1! the sicgo
all their
their enliro shoii-
goods and an aged
tradeswoman
stayed in her basement for 113 days,
living during all that time on noth
ing but cheese. Tho polar explor
ers know even worco meals. Tho
nionccin of tho nolo considered raw
iish and polar bear meat delicacies,
and Xaiuon is authority for tlio
Etatemeiit that he and his men were '
exceedingly delighted when they i
succcclcil in baking cakes with II-
laminating oil. From tarred rigging 1
of the ship and from tho lichens !
which were found on tho de.olalo j
rockn not infrequently the strangest j
soups wero made.
In the year 11)01 the well diggor
.Simon of Uonneval, near Children, I
was entombed by fallen sand and j
remained so tor live nays, having
nothing to eat or to drink. In 181)7
hoiiio miners in Wales were rescind
from an entirelv lloodciltnino after
ten days, still alive. The water had
already rku to their chins.
There are, however, still more re
markable ciim'k. The London Phil-oxophit-al
Transactions told of a
man who had staved in a cellar, cov
ered by the debris of tlio building,
twenty-four days without eating and
drinking. Italy, too, presents an In
stance. It is reported by Hondo, the
iliysicmn or the King or hardiiilu.
11 Piedmont fhrco women had been
overtaken by an avalanche and had
Ih'cii living, when they were rescued
on .March 11), l?fiT, under tho debris
of a utublo for thirty-seven days.
llarper'M Weekly.
Well Set Up.
"So you'ro going to bo married,
Jenny r" mid the vitiligo philiui
Ihiopiiit to one of her favorites.
11111111," mid Jenny, all
smile and blunties; "the wedding
day is llxcd, and wo are looking for
ward to 11 luiipy and prosperous fu
ture." "Well, my girl, I trust you real
ize what it means. 1 hope your
young man is careful and has raved
up a little money to set up house
keeping." "Oh, vim, mum; he's been most
careful about 'living oiiictliiu' to
fall back upon in ciuo of a rainy
day. Why, mum," she went mi,
with an air of conscious pride, "I've
got a Niir of ornaments, and Hill,
why, Kill s got a clock what ho won
for nuinin'. I think 1110 and uiv
young man are verv luckv. Wo ain't
got nothln' to fear."
-London An-
MVOrt.
rtuitlo Critic,
while Millais
uno nay winio .miiiius was en
gaged in painting his famous pic
ture, "Chill Oetober," among tho
reeds ami ninlnw 011 tho banks of the
Tay, near Perth, a voice etuno from
over tho hedge:
".miiii, urn yo
niihy?"
"No, novor,"
painting lowly.
never try photog-
replied Millais,
A naio,
"lt'rt a hunt lo ipiiokor," said tho
voico. .
"1 I-IIS, I HppoiO ISO.
Another ;tno. Tho Itnnl
thruat
was:
"An itV imiir likor tho place."
A Poor Patiport.
A sberilf of lubnburgh had for
gotten hw twopenny ticket. Asked
for fare, ho kind, "I have paid
it."
"I
"Then where' your ticket?"
hao Ut it." "Then you must pav
again." "Come, now,' inv friend,5'
raid tho Mieriu", "just look into my
face and tell mo do 1 look like ii
man who would tell you a lio for
such a trille as twopence?" The
null taker inspected tho counte
nance thus olFored as a guarantee
for its owner's integrity uud then
dryly aid, "I'll just thank you foi
the twopence,"
Anertlna Himself,
"I'm anxious to got the names of
all present," said the reporter. "Will
you oblige mo"
"Oh," raid the meek little man,
"you muv put down .Mrs. Henry,
reeK anu nusnanuY
"Vou mean Mr, and Mrs. Henrv
Peck, don't you?"
"1 would "prefer thut," ho replied,
with n furtive glance over his shoul
der, "but for goodness sake don't
say I gavo it to you that way."
Central Market!
IIoll)rvx)k lllock.
I
iu for the Choicest Cuts of the Mcst
Meats Obtainable.
Orders l'illed and l'amlly Trade Solicited
Ward & AlcClave, Proprs.
OLD STREET CRIES.
The Din That Deafened London ki
Days of Long Ago.
Somewhere about a score of yoara
Ago there was published in London
n tiny volume of most unuminl in
terest to students of old time man
ners and customs. It was called
"Old London Street Cries" and con
tained sovcral hundred familiar
calls, beginning with the middlo of
the fifteenth century, in which, as
in a mirror, 0110 can pee reflected tho
life of tho common pcoplo through
tho years what they ate and drank
and wore, their furniture and
amusements, the toys their childron
played with and their luxuries, long
Binco become commonest necessi
ties. A walk through London streets
in those days must have been a ver
itable running of tho gantlet. A
; ,T, ,
cw specimens 0' the calls which bo-
6108C(1 1,10 travelers cars wilt bui-
ncc.
I "Iluy my dish of great eels I"
"Buy n fino singing bird 1" "Buy my
'wax or wafers I" "Hot baked wor-
dens (stewed pears) I" "Knives or
1 ecissors to grind I" "Buy my four
j ropes of onions 1" "Buy n footc
I stoolol" "Kibbons a groat a yardl"
i "Buv a horn book!" "Songs, thrco
, yanfs n penny I" "Holly and mistle
I tool" "London's Gazetto here I"
j "Buy my nico drops, twenty a pen
1 ny peppermint drops I" 'Troop cv
: cry 0110 (toy hobby horses)!" "Three
rows 11 penny pins, short whites and
niiildlo-ingsl"
Nor wero tho eager merchants
content with verbal solicitation.
Tho bewildered wayfarer was often
so "pull-lmulcd" by 0110 after an
other that resistance must havii been
well nigh impossible.
But times change and street lifo
with them. A generation ago n few
lineal descendants of the old Lon
don hucksters called up and down
our streets. Now the rags and bot
tle men havo disappeared, tho "cis
mm grinder" merely rings a boll,
vender of fruit and vegetables havo
been silenced by law in many cities,
and save for tho sidewalk toys and
the holly and mistletoe of Christ
mas time tho newsboy is solo
heritor of all the idrcet cries.
Less picturesque? Possibly. But
0110 has onlv to spend an hou
among tho fakirs of a country fair
to rcalizo that even tho strenuous
life of the twentieth century has it
advantages.
A Kt.n Wltttd Woman.
Lord Waterford used to tell soma
good stories of his experience as an
Irish magistrate. U110 of them re
ferred to tho case of a woman whom
ho hud to sentence for a breach
the peace, lie let her oh on cond
tiou that she found two neeurities
of 110 each that the would keep the
peace lor six montus.
"Thank ye, inv lord," said she.
moving toward tho door.
"No, no," said Lord Wnterfon
"you must iiamn your securities
that I may see whether they aro sat
isiuciorv.
"rait n, ami who would 1 name.
sho nnswered, "but your lordship's
self? Ver good enough for two," 11
retort which not only showed the
sprlghtlines of tho Irish character.
but in addition the feeling of frieu
iv coniiiience w i ch tho ir s i ncas
antry who knew him cherished for
tho lord of Ourraghmore. Pear
son's Weekly.
"Captain Ab." Cost a Chanc.
Several vears ui'o there lived
in
Miltowu, X. It,, a uniquo character
wno always went by the title ol
"Ciintain Ab." His greatest nectil
iarity was that ho was always on the
opposite side, no matter what tlio
question was. At n town meoting
one day after tho chairman had call
ed for" tho yeas, which showed the
vole was almost unanimous, ho call
cu for tlio "contraminded." John
I'arnliaiu, one of tho citizens, rose
and eaid, "Mr. Chairman, ho has
just gone out." Tho captain had
left tho room 11 moment before
A Cautious Widow.
aanitary caution is not new.
though doubtless it has grown. An
eighteenth century rector was bury
ing one of his parishioners in the
churchyard when he was interrupt
t'd ny u woman who demanded im
mediate speech with him. "Vou
must wait until I havo finished,'
said he. "No, sir: I must speak at
once." "Well, then, what's the mat
ter?" ho inquired. "Why, sir," ex
claimed tlio poor woman, "you are
burying a man who died of tho
smallpox next my
who never had it,"
poor husband,
Origin of a Much Quoted Saw,
The origin of "A fool and his
money are soon parted" has not
been ascertained with cortainty, but
the following story is sometime
told: "CJeorgo llucnanan, tutor to
James IV, of Scotland, made a bet
with a courtier that ho (Puchanan)
could make a courser verse than the
courtier, Huchanan rose and, pick
ing up the courtier's money, walk
ed 0!? with the romark, 'A fool and
Mi money ar soon parted.' "
Stop Qrumbling
, If you suffer from Rheumatism, or
pains, for lullard's Snow Lumneut
will bring quick relief. It is u sure
cure tor bprains, Rheumatism, Con
tracted Muscles and all pains and
within reach of all. Price 25c, 50c.
i. C R, Smith, Tenaha, Tex
writcs: "I have used Ballard's
Snow Liniment in uiy family for
years and have found it a fiue rem
edy for all palus and aches. I rec
ommend it for pains iu the chest."
Sold by St. Johns Drug Store.
CHURCH NOTICES.
Baptist church E. A. Leonard,
pastor. Sunday school at 10 0. in.
Preaching at 1 1 a. 111. B. Y. P. U.
7 p. in. Prcachinc nt 8 p. 111. All
are cordially invited to attend these
services.
Methodist church F. L. Young,
pastor. Sunday school 10 n. 111. ;
preaching at 1 1 a. in. and -8 p. 111.
Epworth League at 7 p. 111.
Holy Cross Catholic church,
Portsmouth Station 8:15 a. 111.,
low mass; 10:15 a- 'tig'1 mass;
7:30 p. in., vespers and benediction.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Chapel,
University Park -Kcv. Win. R.
Powell, chaplain. Regular services
7:30 p. m. Sunday school 3 p. in.
Bible class 7 p. 111. ; Lcntou service
every Friday at 10 a. in.
Evangelical church Sunday
school ion. 111. Preaching 11 n. in.
Junior K. L. C. E. 2:30 p. in.;
Senior K. L. C. E. 7:00 p. in. Also
preaching nt 8:00 p. in. Chester P.
Gates, Pastor.
First Congregational Church F.
O.W.Nclsou, pastor. Sunday school
ion. in.; preaching 11 a. 111. and
7:30 p. 111.
Baptist Church, University Park.
Rev. A. B. Waltz, pastor. Regu
lar services every Sunday morning
and evening.
German Baptist Church Serv
ices held each' Sunday nt Baptist
church as follows: Sunday school
2 p. ni., preaching nt 3 p. 111. Rev.
Faltment, pastor.
:THE:
White House
Phone Scott 4065.
NEW HOUSE AND
NEW FURNITURE
Clean Rooms, SI. 00 per Week
and up.
107 Decatur street,
Near Riverside Hotel.
F. J. KOERNER
CONTRACTOR AND
BUILDER
Plans ami tpcclflcatinns
furnished on application,
iloun with neatness and
promptly
All work
dispatch.
Office in Ilo'brook's brick block.
W.C.ADAMS
CONTRACTOR
and BUILDER
Wc now have with us a capable
resident architect, and we can
arrange to advance money to all
tlicwwlio desire to build lie
Homes,
Shop
Second Door West
of Postoff!ce
ST. JOHNS - - OREGON
St. Johns
Book Store
Has just opened at
420 Jersey Street
McChcsney Building
1 he best hue of readincr matter
will be carried by them. A circu
lating library, open to the public
trotn 7 a. tn. to o p. in., is on hand.
You pay the price of any book in
class you may select, after which
you can exchange it for any book
in house, in same class, at price iu
that class, from 5 to 20 cents ner
. . -
OOOK.
Blauk books, legal blanks, sta
tionery and children's books.
We also carry a small stock of
cigars, tobacco anu candies.
CHIPMAN&CO.
BUILT BY
The Life Insurance
Muddle has started the public to
thinking. The wonderful success
that has met Ballard's Horehoutid
Syrup in its crusade on Coughs.
Influenza, Bronchitis and all Pul
monary troubles has started the
public to thinking of this wonder
ful preparation. They are all using
it. Join the procession and down
witli sickness. Price 25c, 50c and
$1.00. Sold by St. Johns Drug
Store.
NOTICE!
Notice Is hereby given that the under
signed will apply to the County Court of
Multnomah county for n license to jell
spirituoun, limit mid vinous liquors for
tlic period ol six muntlis, iroiu tlic 2501
day of May, 1907, nt 10 o'clock n. ni.,nud
thnt I will present the following petition
to said Court oil said diiy for said license.
Dated Anril 3. iw,
SlIHHMAX COCIIIIAN.
PETITION.
To the llonornlile County Court of Mult
noiiiah county:
Wc, the undersigned residents nml lc
gal voters of I.innton precinct, In Mult
iioniuh rouulv. state of Oreuou, hereby
respectfully ctkiou your honorable body
to grant to Sherman Cochran n license
for the (icrlod of six months from the
35th day of May, 1907, to sell splritous,
limit ami vinous Honors. 111 less iptniin
tics than one eiillou in the town of
ton, I.innton precinct, Multnomah
county, slate 01 Oregon
l'nmk II. IIIII,
Joe Krclt.,
A. I,. Treehc'e,
S. Kinsman,
H.J. Cunningham,
Win. ('.rant,
I'.. 1'. KrucKcr,
M. T. Smith,
H. T. Cartoon,
R. II. llupuiau,
C. Carlson,
P. A. Ilallcck,
V. Joyce,
I.ouis hliclk,
Uus ('.. Men lie veld. John Tritium,
J. I,. Ilcngcvclil, I. .M. htusen,
A. Ictte.
v. i
Alcorn,
John M. Stencil,
I.ee C. lleebc,
W. II. lessee,
P.. II. White,
Otis I'ehcr,
Peter V. Morlt,
Iiirtigini J. Carr,
Victor Swiiiisoii,
Win. Mctivler,
A.J. McClure,
II. Deverell,
Rich Dcverill,
Chas. Taylor,
Thus. Koukle,
(-,. 1'. Heeler,
I'. Snick,
W. It. Shlle,
S. Jurnlu,
Win. Ilrooks,
Walt, llrooks,
J. llrooks,
'.. Cary,
W. P. Harris,
II. tllrschcy,
II, 1'. Morgan,
1'rcd Siieider,
II, llaticrod,
II. W. Caulield,
V. ItitliiKur,
V. V. lluiullMch,
loo JJulKley,
lony Oleson.
Johns Kevicw April
17 and (, K17.
J. 1'. Miller,
II. lleleMil,
l'eler Jeiison,
J. Weston,
J. C. I.;ipo,
I.. Weston,
K. k, Spnuldluu,
A. J. Van Diilah,
M. Allen,
H. It. Allen,
'rank I.cuis,
S. Kastcy,
Curl Nelonti,
H. T. Kincrolt,
W. 8. Oliver.
II. I,. Sandys.
J. I. Kiilli.
I (ico. iiurk'tier,
Ileruiiiii IUIcmiii,
W. I), .Madden.
A. W. Sehlee.
Published iu the St,
36, May j, 10,
Ladies' and Gents'
Billiard Parlors
STINE BLOCK.
OwiJNS Hues., Proprietors.
Vive I'lrst-class Tables.
Drop iu and play n game.
Central Bar.
Sam. Cociihan, Prop.
Tii33. Coniki.v, Mj;r.
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Cochran Hlock, St. Johns, Orego:
THE LOUVRE
L. RICHARDS, Prop.
The Finest of Wines, Liquors and
ugars.
A Fine Lunch Served Hvery Day
PHONH UNION 3105
Liquor for Medicinal Purposes
and Family Use
W. H. AlcBRAYER
(Cedar Brook)
This whiskey direct
from the
six years
distiller to us, In bond
old and aged in wood.
E. O. MAG00N, Distributor
1 1 1 North Jersey SU St. Johns. Ore
The Wellington
KNIGHT & GLOVEI. Proprhlori.
Fine Wines and Liquors'.
Family Supplies a Specialty.
Holbrook Block, St. Johns, Oregon
Mail Schedule
Mail arrives at St. lolins at ?io n
m.
aim 1115 ji, m.
uc-aves at 10:20 a. m., and 4M5 p. m.
Office open week davs from 6li a. in.
to 6:10 p. in, Sandays from 9 to 10 a. ni
AN OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
L. E. STORY, Al. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON.
Day mid Night Office, Rooms 7
and S, Holbrook lllock,
ST. JOHNS. - - - OREOON
S. H. GREENE
Attorncy-at-Law.
Office: Room 9, llreedcn Flulld
lug, corner Third mid Washington
streets, l'ortlntul, anil Room 1$, Hol
brook lllock, St. Johns.
I'lionc; Pacific 2098. Residence: St. Johns
Joseph AkClicsncy, A. D.
PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON
Dny and Nlplit Office In McClic.uicy lllock
I'hnne WooJI.mn 47$
ST. JOHNS. - - OKBdON
DR. L. G. HOLLAND,
PinSICIAN AND SUROEON
Residence: On Modoc Street.
Phone Woodlawn 576. OlUcc: Hol
brook llrick lllock, rooms 3 and 4
Phone I-'nst 3O89.
St. Johns, .... Oregon
Dr W. E. HARTEL,
DENTIST
Crown and Ilrlde Work a
Swclalty
Rooms t ami 3, Holbrook lllock, St. Johns
Dr.
MARY MacLACHLAN
Pli)ltlan and Surgeon.
Olllco hi llothrook's lllock.
Residence, The Raymond.
OSCAR DeVAUL, M. D
Office lioum, 9 to 1 in. til ., 1(03 p. in.
OITlcc I'liour, (k-oll 1104,
Itt.l.lcncc I'lionc, Union Jvni,
oaiceln UnUcr-llv IMfU Diuk Store.
C. AlARION SALISBURY
(lraJualc Optician
Will test the eye free of charge.
Jersey Street. St. Johns, Oregon.
Goodrich & Goodrich,
AKCIIiriiCIS
I'ull Professional Services I'lvc 1'cr Cent.
Saint Johns and I'ortlnnd, Ore.
N.
A. (llil;
IIoiik .Mover nml Repairer
lloiuei moved, niineil and re
txilml. Odd johs of all kinds,
i'rnniiit ierloe, rwi-.'imlile elmruf.
lauliiMi and Callhi siiel. I'lionc
WiMidliiwu 5S6.
Saint Johns . Oregon
P. Al. KASMBAUOM
l'uel fiirnUlied, i-ltlier ohort or
long. Dniying and team-work
of every kind. Prompt tervlce.
Term rititoniihle.
Corner JcrMjy and Catllu, ST. JOHNS
LAUREL LODGE
No. 1 86 I. 0. 0. P.
ST. JOHNS, 0KI-.00N
Meet each Monday cvcnln In Odd
I'ellow hall, at 8:00. VUitor welcomed.
Henry Allen, N. O.
K. II. Uolcinnli. Secretary,
S. C. NORTON
Real Ustntc
Insurance
Kckldviit nj;eifi N. 1'. Norcn & Co.
1 10 S. Jeiey street.
I'lionc Woodlawu 917, St. J0I1111, Ore,
J. R. WEIAIER
Transfer and Storage
Your Patronage Solicited
103 Ha.t IliirliiiKtou ktaet, St. Johns.
WOOD
Iluy vottr wood at the
Old Reliable
Peninsula Feed & Fuel Go.
Coal Por Sale.
Green and dry shlnvood,
Phone Kast 297.
Housekeeping
.Apartments
Suite:) of two to four rooms, also
single rooms. Situated one block
from Columbia University, near
cor. of I'Uk St. and lloulevard.
Furnished or Unfurnished. A
pleasant walk from St. Johns,
Convenient to llridge and mills.
UNIVERSITY PARK
A. W. DICKSON Woodlawn 60S
One Dollar will
fit you to eye glasses or spec
tacles. Perfect fit guaranteed, t
Your eyes fitted at home. Write for
free booklet describing our method.
Remember, the glasses we fit yoo
to are worth 3.50 any where on
earth. Our price, only $1.00.
OUR REPAIRING dtMrtment it mon
complctt.MtlaiprioiSl-OO. Watch cWuc4
$1.00. Stod your work br rcfUlcrcd mul
fUO rtpair u witch.
METZGER & CO.
lit StXTl tTKJWT. POSTIAXB, Otts-