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Devoted to the Interest of the Peninsula, the .Manufacturing Center of tlio Northwest
ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNK 21, 1907.
DELIVER YOUR GOODS
Any package, tio matter how targe or .small, will
be delivered by us. Leave your bills of lading
or baggage checks with C. W. Stearns, agent nt
St. Johns. We will go after your goods, pay
charges and deliver nt your door in St. Johns.
C. W. STEARNS
St. Johns Defeats Astoria in n
Standing of the TriCity Teams.
Won Lost P. C.
Frakes 8 a .800
Woodbum ... 8 a .800
St. Johns 7 3 7o
Kelso 4 a .667
Astoria 2 5 .a36
Ttunks 2 6 .250
Brewers ..... 3 7 .300
Cubs t 8 .tit
Phone Woodlawn 8t8.
Agent at St. Johns.
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Keep your place of business bright with Klcctric Light, and
don't neglect the KLKCTRIC SIGN, and you will keep busy.
Light is the mnguet that draws trade.
The use of Klcctric Light is an advertisement of your pro
gressive enterprise. It's the light that's bright.
Call Main 6688 for information.
Owing to a lack of advertising
the Astoria-bt. Johns nail game
Hill's park last Sunday was not as
well attended as it should Have
been. As it was there was a coot
crowd, but there should have been
several hundred more. Those who
were there saw a wood g line of ball
In fact it was the best exhibition
of the national game played on the
local grounds this season, and every
fan who was present said so.
The score does not show what
the game was. For four straight
imiinirs the visitors had men on
second and third, but on account
of the condition of Charlie Moore's
pitching wing they did not score.
I he almost total absence of errors
made the game doubly interesting,
and the boys from Astoria have
every reason to feel proud of their
playing, although the score is
I'ollowiug is the detailed score:
n. nit. l'.o. a. it.
v. Uuins, rf . . . 0000 o
McKay, 2b o
H .Moore, p. . . . 1 1 3 13 o
Clarke Moore, ib o a 12 2 1
forterhcld, 3b, , o 1 1 o o
If. Gains If ... . 0000 o
Slater, ss o o 1 o o
Lee, cf 1 1 o o o
10. Moore, c. . . . 1 3 7 3 1
Total 3 8 27 20 3
Graham, 3b. . . 000a 1
Hlossom, ss . . . . o 1 2 1 u
Gates, il o 2 10 i o
Ilackus, rf 004 1 o
Wroteu, If o 1 1 o o
Kelt, c o o 3 3 o
Jackson, cf 00 1 o o
I Griffith, ab . . . . 012a o
Hoover, p 00 1 5 o
Of Public School Teachers for the
At a meeting of the school board
held on the evening of the 13th
hist, the following corps of teachers
were elected to teach the young
idea how to shoot in the St. Johns
public schools for thi coming year:
Miss Clara A. Boss, principal.
Miss Ritudcll, assiiitaut.
Miss Kthel G. Waters, assistant.
1st grade, Miss Nellie M. Stevens.
ad grade, Miss Dontiu Beach.
3d grade, Miss Madge Dunn.
4U1 grade, Miss Inmc Johnson.
W. C. Alderson, principal.
1st grade, Miss Hattic Dunn,
ad grade. Miss Heitha Lock,
ad grade, Miss Verne Fonner.
ad grade, Miss May Haley.
3d grade, Miss Viola Peddicotd.
3d grade, Miss Funny Loller.
4th grade, Miss Adelaide Heche.
4th grade, Miss Mamie Adams.
5th grade, Miss Merle Wooddy.
5th grade, Miss Caiunette Haley.
0111 grade, .Mis. nuighilttlt.
Great Mm Who Did Great Thlngi tn
8plt of Infirmity. J
A record of thu magnificent
courage of the world's invalid he
roes 13 Sophia P. Slmlcr'a book,
"The- Masters of Pate." One of
these heroes was Green, the Hntrlish 1
historian, who could sign himself,
"Faithfully (fccblv, wcaklv, dizzily,
mopily, faintly, dreamily, 'dully), J.
I?. Green." Another was Hobort
Louis Stevenson, who wrote, "I am
about knocked out of time now; a
miserable, snullling, shivering, fo
vcr stricken, nightmare- ridden,
kiico louermg, nousl-hoiist-hoasting
tlmilow and remains of a man.
"Hut," continues Stevenson, "the
medicine bottles on mv chimnev
and tlio blood on my handkerchief
arc accidents. They do not color
my view of life." It was an octo-
l gonnrian United States senator who,
I when asked for rules for longevity,
replied, "Aenulro h chronic ailment
in youth, and nurso yourself
' through life and work.'' Kant
, furnishes a lesson of this kind. Al
( though the great metaphysician was
, never entirely well, he performed
a prodigious amount of Intellectual
J Al. L. IIOLUROOK
7th grade, Misr. Anna II. Clflik.
8th grade, Miss Kdna Bailey.
; worn ami lived 10 ho eighty yours
, of ace. "lie obtained such control
over his discomfiture," writes Mrs.
It will be noted the schools are Shiiler, "that when sulTerlng from
designated as the hlgu and central ' a pain in his head ho could coiicen
schools. the new school now trnto his mind to perfectly on a
PORTLAND GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
First and Alder Streets,
Telephone Main 6688 PORTLAND, ORGQON
.... O 5 24
SCOKIS IIY INNINGS.
Bargains This Week
35x100 Jersey St .....$1,500
100x100, comer, Point View . 600
50x100 close in, corner 1,600
100x100, a houses, finest locations, close in 3i3
50x100, best income property Jersey street 14,000
100x100 close in, corner 3100
50x100, 6 room house, fruit, fine river view 1,400
50x100, 1 block to postoffice 800
14 acres i miles from Clackamas, improved,
fruit, stock, etc 3,300
35x100 Jersey St 1700
50x100 Jersey St., party wall, 4,500
4 block factory site on R. R 4,500
. Business locations for rent.
H. G. OGDEN
ST. JOHNS, OREGON
Phone Scott 4065.
NEW HOUSE AND
Clean Rooms, $1.00 per Week
107 Decatur street,
Near Riverside Hotel.
Bon Ton Barber Shop
MAKSFIKU) & Kakmi.kin.
I'irt class work and clean hot towels for
patrons. Hair cutting a
Ageuts for West Coast Laundry.
Jersey street St. Johns
00000000 o o
3 1 I IOOOO O5
o o a o o o 1 0 3
00300a to 8
Struck out, by Moore, 5; Hoover,
3. liases 011 nans, ott Moore, a;
Hoover, 1. Two-base hits, 0.
Moore. Double plays, Backus to
uates. bacriuce hits, V. Gains.
Stolen bases, McKay, C. Moore,
Clarke Moore, Blossom, a; Gates,
3. Hit by nitched ball, Porterfield
luud Blossom, Passed bulls. O.
Moore, 1: Kelt 1. First base 011
errors, St. Johns, o; Astoria 1. Left
011 bases, Astoria 4: St. Johns 5.
I line of game, 1 hour 15 minutes.
"Trilby" Rankin, the ex-leaeue
umpire, held the indicator, and his
decisions were well received.
That attempt at a double steal in
the sixth by Clark Moore and Por
terfield was all right and furnished
a lot of amusement, but the boys
got their signals mixed.
Backus, the big right fielder of
the Astorians came in for his share
of the joshing while faciuc the
pitcher, but he made good 111 the
field by taking everything in that
came lus way,
McKay on second base and Sater
at short were the two new faces on
the home team.
The base running by the locals
Hi the stxtn was the feature of the
1 he locals will go to Astoria
next Sunday, and will no doubt be
accompanied by a large crowd.
T Y ! I 11
inn s oau parte win nave a
double header next Sunday, the
Frakes and Brewers contending for
A week from next Sunday the
locals will play the Kelso Tigers at
There was not a bet made on the
game, and it was one of the best of
Otto Moore started the run tret-
ting by hitting safe, stealing second
and coming home on Charlie
By winning two games last Sun-
If you are looking for real estate in
vestments that will bring quick returns day Woodbum now stands near the
1 - .
,u a suon ume- head of the league. The Frakes
did not play.
and double your money
S. C. COOK
Office near Point View Station.
Bring in your printiug now.
If you want job printing done at
1 once, bring it in now.
building in thu northern part of the
city will be known as the liiuh
school. Knch will be indccudcut
of the other.
Among the twculv-oue teacheis
there are several new faces. Mi.ss
Clara A. Boss, principal ofthehieh
school, is- u graduate of the state
university of Iowa, and is 11 teacher
of 13 or 14 years exjierieuce. Of
lute she has been teaching at liver-
Miss Ruunell, assistant principal
of the high school, also comes from
Iowa, being a graduate of Ames
college. She comes highly recom
mended as a most excellent teacher.
Miss Nellie M. Stevens, teacher
f first grade, comes from Oregon
City, where she has been teaching
111 the schools for lbs past year
Jane was formerly 'M? superinten
cut ot schools at i'cudlelou, Ore.
Miss Bertha Lock is one of th
new teachers in the central school
coming here from Salem. Her
work in the capital city is highly
Mrs. Burghduff, teacher in the
sixth grade, has been principal of
me i.iuutou scnoois lor the past
year, and her work of graduating
n class of sixteen sieaks for her
ability us a teacher.
Miss Anna Clark, the seven t
grade teacher, comes from Rose
burg, where she bus been success
Hilly engaged lor the past two
Of the teachers who have been
here for the past year too much
praise cannot be given them and
their labor. Their work has been
hard mid painstaking, and they
have the .satisfaction of kuowiiitr
mat it is appreciated liy all the pa
irons 01 tuo school.
1 he repututio.i of the St. Johns
public schools is something of
which every citizen may feel proud
1 ne excellence ot our schools has
become known abroad and the re
suit will be of great benefit in many
ways. ifor this good name the city
is itHiemcd to rrot. Alderson um
his proficient corps of teachers.
1 hey have labored long and earn
estly and their labors have been
crowned with success. The liltih
standard set by them is attracting
the attention of patrons and will be
the means of adding many new
residents to our thriving city. It
is to be hoiwd every encouragement
may be given the present corps of
teachers that they may continue
their efforts toward attaining a still
Higher standard of excellence. Iv-
pecially should they be encouraged
in the matter of salary. A well
paid teacher Is by far the cheapest
in the end. There is probably no
class of work meriting first class
pay than that of teaching school.
Keei) the teachers well remunerated
for their trying work, and Young
America will he well taken care of
In conclusion we take off our hat
to those who have established the
high grade reputation of the St
Johns public schools.
DON'T I I I I
Don't let your child' suffer with
that cough when you can cure it
with Ballard's I lore-hound Svrup.
a sure cure for Coughs, Bronchitis,
Influenza, Croup and Pulmonary
Diseases. Buy a bottle and try
B. B. Laughter, Byhalia, Miss.,
writes: "I have two children who
had croup. I tried many different
remedies, but I must say your
Horehound Syrup is the best Croup
aud Cough medicine I ever used."
Sold by St. Johns Drug Store.
The finest of calling cards at The
I chosen subject that the puin was
treated us if it did not exist. By
sheer force of will he would also
overcome sleeplessness, mused by
rheumatic attacks. 'That these,' ho
nivs, 'were not imaginary pains wtw
proved by the glowing redness
which was seen the next morning on
the toes of my left foot.'"
That pitiful account which John
son give of Pope's physical condi
tion rests upon thu authority of an
old servant of Lord Oxford, who
knew him after middle age. "llo
was then so weak as to stand in per
petual need of attendance. Ho was
extremely sensitive to cold, so that
he wore a kind of fur doublet under
it shirt of coarse, warm linen, with
flno sleeves. When ho urono ho was
invested in bodices iiiudu of still
canvas, being scurcely ablo to hold
himself erect till thoy wero laced,
mid then ho put on a Humid waist
coat. Ouo kIiIu of his body was con
tracted. His legs wero so slender
that lie enlarged their bulk with
two poiM of stockings."
Great soldiers have homo ufllic
lions thoy could neither overeomo
nor avoid. "Somu of tlio world'
foremost commanders Julius Cae
sar, Naiioleon, tlio Duke of Welling
ton aud Arclnliiko Charlie of Aus
tria appear to have been epilep
tics. At tlio battle of Wagram the
archduke, it is said, lind a seizure
which lasted about an hour. It was
then that Napoleon gained thu us-
condoncy. At thu critical moment
St. Johns Land Co.
The Largest and Oldest Real Estate Firm
in St. Johns.
EAST ST. JOHNS
Lots now on sale $400 and upwards. Ten per
cent down and $I0 per month.
Located at intersection of Columbia Boulevard
and electric car line two blocks from Great North
ern and Northern Pacific depots, and Macgley
Junction. In the heart of railroad and packing
Five new factories have located in St. Johns
during the past weektwo of them near .lobes'
mill, and three on the 0. R. & N. Co.'s tracks in
hast St. Johns.
And this is only the beginning.
OFFICK ON GUOt'NI) AT SMITH'S CROSSING.
St. JoIlllS 'one Union 3 1 04 QrCgOIl
has been selling beyond our exiectations. The owners
have given us iH-rinisslon to sell it limited number of lots
and acreage at opening prices before the arrival of the
Klcctric line :: :: :; : ;. :t ..
Terms 10 per cent down, $10.00 per mouth
It. SIIKPARI) & CO. and II. G. OGD1CN,
St. Johns, Okhoo.w
thu fato of two ereat armies was in !
tlio hands of two enilcnticx. Cam-1 1.
byses, thu conqueror of Kgypt ; Al-
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ioCwerasiS Real Estate, Loans. Insurance
as was also tlio prophot Mohum- J ' 7
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Tlinrn nrn fmv rilirw in tlin unrld
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having more newspaper of varied
tongues uiun uiieuos ayros, Alto
gether thu number of dailies, week-
lies, monthlies and irregulars pub- j T
lished in tlio republic fluctuate I
Ol 11--!. l" -M II I
uihjiii iou. dckiuim, iii course, ins a
"national" language, with its wide 'I
divergencies from Spanish, there T
nro papers published in Castilian, T
in Catalan, iu Italian, French, Ger- T
man and Knglish, in Busipie, in
Norwegian and iu Danish, mi Ara 1
bic, Syrian, Hebraic, Sorvian and in
several dialects, whilu in tlio Chu-t
but territory the Welbh organ liai
a considerable sale and inlluence.
Buenos Ayres Herald,
Plumbing, Tinning, Hardware
We carry a good
line of Rubber Hose
PHONE EAST 6311
203 JERSEY ST.
"Long EdV Outfit.
When it was noised about Soy-
mouth that "Long F.d" Ames wu
going to marry Cora Black ono ol
the summer residents thought to
iave souio fun with him.
"Aro yon going to get married,
"That's what Cora says."
"Well, I bupposo yuu'vo mudo all
the preiiarations got your trous
"Long YA" did not balk at tht
unusual word, as was expected.
"Yep," ho returned; "Aunt Lizs !
she bound my Sunday coat und put i
new collar on't, and I've had in I
shoes tapped." Youth's Compan i
Quito a DKfor.nc. I
"Man1," said a lady to her sorv !
ant, "I strongly object to your copy-
ing Miss Lucy in your dreis." I
in what way do 1 copy herr
asked the cook haughtily.
"Why, the hat you woro yeswr-
ay Is, I notice, exactly liko mt
daughter's now hat."
"IIcxcuso me, mum, it isn t. The
feather in my 'at Is real hostrioh,
but Mi'33 Lucy's is ouly hiinitaUoar
Phones: Main office, Kast 10S8
Branch office, Woodlawn 22
203 JERSEY ST,
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REAL ESTATE, EIRE, LIPE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
Phone M 22i Offices
Cochran Block, St Johns 408 Abingtou Bldg . Portland
PETERSEN & NOCE, tailors
Have moved to 408 N. Jersey St.
Ladies' aud Gents' Suits Cleaned Pressed and Repaired.
Steam Cleaning and Dyeing. Will call for aud deliver.
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For neat work, good material and reasonable prices The
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