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THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW
Pnr-'Min! Krvry VtUty
At 117 Wtrt llurllnRtoti Mrl, Kl. J'in
HV MAHKI.lt & llVltKt.Ult.
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TIIH KUVIHW IS ciucreu m
In Saint Johns, Oregon, ns tnnll mnltcr
of the second clnss midcr the Act of Con-
gross of March 3, 1879.
7iriini riM. fi.oo ntr Inch per month
til .nmntiinloallnni linutil be addressed to
The r.e!ew, Ht. Johns, Orecon.
Job rrlntlnit fieetited In first-class style
Hills fur Jnli ITIntlni rash on A"'ft-.mm
omclsl Newipsper of lb City 6f Bt. Johns
Subscription qrloo $1.60 per your.
(lotd wan discovered nt Job Angcld
lut ?Nk nnd now tho ntiRolrs nro
ink i'f! out migsstB that wolgh. M
Kih It make a nolw llko AlaBka
Voting Turkey hwl finally to resort
lining 1 111 iipj iiwi tiiit.il vw . 1
to lulmlllon In order to force tho
8'ilUtiB hand. Tho old dennotlc
i$othihoiiUi die hard, hut they nro
Viik- Hint willln Randolph 11. Is
bunking Clntv, It iIooh not iiurumia
ril follow that he Ib Blurting a no
llltciil graveyard for tho other fell
own, doe It?
lllgtwn and OravoH nro tho pre
lilmittal cfliittldRtCM nil thn Hearst I
i1eiintl8iit ticket. Now, who nro I Hk
m Mini OrnvoK mid when did they
oomiu over, nywny7
Tho reiHiMlnnii limderB nro sllll
Mirapplng aiming thrmmt'lvtm and yet
tttay wonder why wo niimt nond
(Imfloersit to tho tJiiltnil fUtilon Buiinto
What rooln ww itiorlalB ho!
.Mmtl of 8t. .IoIiiih pwipln who lmv
ttma mul ttiffntm nro enjoying them
mIvm In tliH uiaiiitlaliiri or houhIion'
lewortai, Hid anmr nro tluiro for their
liMlth, Mho lit It In Having up 111011
o mmgli to go.
.Vow fiat the alrehlp Iiuh himtoii
ttM unto In ilia miuiid ring, tho next
tglttf will Im If. Imvu ! top ho they
1I0 not exooud the mieud IIiiiIIh. in
iitaldtiar Ionic vni'iiMHN. too. 11 Hid' pilot
limy lwtitii h ih'slrnblo niTomiiiry.
Antm Oiiuld and tint count hIk pur
(JthWHl iibvi droppnd from nubile no
tlM. It vlll not ho long, however
I Turn ther tMtti up iikhIii In n illtori
(IMt. If till dovM not hnppeii It will
ho IIih oxwiitlun rntlitir than the ruh
Tho Dutch hnvo finally got thi'l
IrlRtl 1111 Mini If 1'iiHtro iIoch not maki
III HitHud hoiioi-nhlo, tlioy promlHO
to wallop th tor out of all Vunexiiijln
tu tn'K in mi. U'fll, I hoy nro moro
IH-Mily of n lino than Undo Hum mid
uuwii6lii. (IiihIki ni'i'ilH n good lick
lur rntl wm ImllevH Iho Duteh ran
filvo li to him
A iimh who would rhargo it cor
portUlim (rn prkxw for u tliliu, up
irnly bocHUM It U 11 coiporntluu
It uiMla out of tho wiiiio kind of a
Olatunicat tUKk m ltiii'ltttfeller, ami
will atmtl JiHit nil far h hi can
Uwp out of Ui ilulcheH of tin law
of tan over rll th Ihw iih John
It. m doliia. W'o Hrt) Hind lo noto
UtMi lb farnioni Nhoul lllllnlioro do
mi uruiKMu (u Mtuiid for any locnl
'lo city dMtk c.iiuhl Hrii tho unit I
twlo of our HirvliRiitii by piihIiik iiii
(Millwiniw proUlbltliig tho pHmlng of
tilraulir Mill iatiM nnd tho poHllug
tltitaauM wIMumt Hi oiiMi. If out htm
how mia wunt iIIupimkmI to clrculati
ailvortlaliiK matter In I'oitlaud It
Would oot ll i'W $10 a day for oach
nrrMW." Hut In Nt. Jolnm overythlut
ttma frae uiul uy. A wmihc of iv-
nua oould bo made In HcoiimIiik thubo
lrtl tlrawrra ami our uiort'haiitM
Otil4 ktv aoutf piotiH tlou iih well
INdltlca ar atiltltiK inlxiul up llko
h ilflg'a lireokfaat. Ttu-t aro only
I'va national (U-kvIa In tho fHdd:
Wm, II. Taft. of Ohio, rupiihlUtuii;Wii
J. Brjra 1. ttt Nubraaku, duuiocr.it,
Thoasaa B. U'alnoii. of Cooraln. popu
Hat; M trtlu l'rt'atun Novadu. Social-
lali Mita-fitu VV. chufflu, of HIIiioIh,
nrahlltlllou'i;!. Thuau ait tho hniidi
(f th d'ffin'iit (IcIikIh mid Ihuy
inuaa a wonrtrful lut of HcrnuihlliiK
and wln potllua. to any nothing of
fraud. Ir'iia. uerlury ami other crluuik
la ordr lo carry tk party throtiKh
t(t aWHOHk. Thia la tho hud tildo of
Atnarlcatt ttolltlca, and thuro uueuiH It
bo uu romuUr. for umu doa not bcoiii
lo cm fur Uto iHually.
TUxra laou thliia that St. JoIiiih
will n? obllgiMl to havo in tho not
dlataul futura. and that 1 a firut
clitff- fire inliw. One that will havu
uowcr. uot U throw u n I roam throitgl
a trvk wall, but Jut nu tumr that iih
iaaililii. Qua tuat will ho alilo to
tluinv two or turn) Htraama of utitoi
or taa hiiiluHt bulldlnx In the city
UH'I 1 et'ii It uu. It will he iH'ct'a:irv
to lovj clatirus nt convenient comer
IsraUoiia kcut at all time wtdl hup
lilUrt with vtatvr. TIiIh Is goiuothlng
unr oIiIivuh. aa well uh our city fath
or atfeuht fiaure ahead to meet. It
wilt Li much fbaanur to nut two or
Uila (uouaaml ilollwrh In uu ongliio
mil Kb luut'b iuur in auum good
clalitaa ubiiw Uiny will ho mom
itOfcrted than Jo havo a fltn swoop the
Lit'tiMHK Hi-ctlou of Sit. John ufl the
niuji. Thnt in Just what will happen
tic f.iNt tluiu a flra wariua 1111 to
liUtimrH. Had it nut houn that tho
fh vna dlacovoi'otl as toon ns sot
.it tin- Tuooinit mul .lorsov I'lirnoi
i cd Hint w haro thy boat hunch of
Cix fiutitors In tlio country, more
H'..ii half of tlio hUHliittgH of tho city
w. idd he in asUos now. Wo shnll
noi imapo so luckily.
MIrr Mlnnlo lluchnimnn wont out
In Mir. country Saturday to Btny over
Ui.nimv lint Snmtnv innrnllm lind till'
rtilsfortiimj to sprain lior ntiklo.
,.ii,. ,itn,i Tnosdnv even-
lug nt lior homo on McKenna nvonuo.
Monte Deland In very 111 nt Ills home
t.n .Ionian Htreet.
Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey, who lately
n-movod from tho Park, hnvo roturnud
Mid Intend to stay this time.
Mrs. D. II. Meyers and smoll son
and daughter of Athena, Orcgoti.nro
hero Uniting Mr. nnd Mrs. Sidney
Mr. nnrt Mrs. Martin Ualrd nro
hero from Hood itlvor visiting their
children nnd friends
r nx.i Mm lint,. Vriiine nnd MIrb
fin in .......
uuu shear nnd Mr. Hurnott of I'ort-
i(,nd B,)0nt Sunday with Mr. S. lining
11(1 BIUIIl OIIIIU11 im -
...i i.. ,i.mr nndilnri
rtntlon Is almoBt coiup.eie.i.
. .... 1
Mm. Morenco Hull and daughter
lh.tod Mr. L. a. HeynohlB and family
.Jobo Collamoro has Ills
ni.nl,. nu .irlv.it fur tho meat uturket
. .. . .. I
Dr. Wobstor and wife have rc turm
1.1, liniiu".. - - I
.1-1.. .ninnllfill Ullllllt I
iroui iiieir mu winn 1
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In tho mountnliiH Oregon I'ern
A GREAT 0AM E.
An exciting gamo of hall
puiyed 011 the Jersey Btreet grotmil
uViimiHilnv nvonlnu by tho clubs ro
.1 1... t.v.niiir.illt'iil mul Moth
II MJIIllllf, HI" uiihibii-"
odlHt eh'irchen. The MethodlBt broth
..1 . i I
idii vtro Binltlng tlielr rellglouif op
l onentB hip Mid thigh until tho fain
huh I'off battory wa placed In poHl
IIOII mill imj .in. 1
iilhletlo collegian experience to bear
ii.iii mul 1 tin- I'off brought nil m
tn throwing rlngB nround tho oppon
liiitHinen. it wiib nil up with tin. M.
naiBineiii 11 w uu iii
.. . i..i..u ...in. iiniii I
r.H, men. i uihuii .ii"-,
.I,...,, rimi hiiMn and tiinnned nnd
uroomodhlBonlt8,nit up a gamo that
would make tin old leaguer bltwli
wouiii mane 1111 mu .....
The beat player In tho lot, howover
. . ... . I
wiih (lordon Parker, tho l.lllpiillan
unmlnr. who IllllVOil Hliort for tllC fol
InwiirM of .loliii WeHley. Ilo gobblci
uvurylliliirt ibat caiiio In IiIh territory
nr iinvboily oIho'h for that mailer
or anyiiotiy oihoh ior nun nn...u..
Tho unlforiuH worn by tho playern
unm iiiiliiiio to any tho lennt. The
iiihirM ami HhadeH of .liiKeph'H coat of
old wiih fully roproMtiiU'il. Tho M-
mall) element of both ilonoiiilnatioiiH
wiih pri'sent nnd uinilo tho welkin
ring with their oiiIIiuhIiihiii, nnd long
niter tho kiiiiio had been concluded
and tho triumphant procoHHton had
wended Km way up Jerney Htreet
tho night ul" w'iih iiiado iiiiiIoiIIouh
with tho ImprovlHod yelU of the lady
Tho Hcoro wiih 7 to I In favor of
Domlulo (lute h' blooded team.
APPOINT8 NEW OFFICERS.
On account of a number of the
bo)H going away and leaving their
1-lacoH vacant the flro chief found It
rvccHHtiry to miiko hoiiio new appoint
uiuiitH. At tho ItiHt meotliig ot the
file department ho appointed the fol
low lug offlcerH. .
I.. M. OIIiiih, flmt iiHHlHtant chief;
ThouuiH Carroll, aoroml itaalHtniit
ihlefj Jo - .Uo, captain bono No. I
compaiiyi f. ('. OlluiHe, captain of
Iioho cmiipnny No. Hay I'off, cai
lain of hook and ladder company
mid CIiiih. HredoHoii, captuln of chem
ical. Wo bellevo tlieso urn nil good lip
polntinenlH and that tho boyn will
Kit 0 a good account of thentielvea
when tho oocnHlou cornea. Ily the
way, wo mideratuud that the Hl.atlug
link will nlvu a benefit for the fire
hoya next TuoBday ovonlng. If they
do It would bo tho nlco thing for our
pt'opk to turn out utiniiirH and do
the Imudaoino by tho boyH.
Theie will bo a tmaket picnic at
the oily park, Portland, Tueaday, Aug
'tli.undor the auaplcea of the (lenoral
CompBon I'oat, No. 21', (I. A. U. and
V. It. (. of St. IoIiiih, Oregon. Will
loavo on tlio y o'clock car. Ktory
I ody coino and tiling well-filled baa
kola, liy order of tho committee.
O. It. PilWIIH.
1 T. Ilauaoii
Notice la hereby given that the firm
hoi cloture known ua lllack Kerr,
InlliliiiK coutniclora, la thla day ilia-
solved by mutual conaout. Andy
Kerr loiUlmitng the buslneaa with j.t
Kei'i- aa Honlor partner, 11111101 the
ilrui uaiiio of J. It. Kerr & Son.
J. 11. Illack
Wanted-Young men and women to
it'to it too ' iiiory ciaaa ni 1110 nap-
tUt ihurch each Sunday inornlng at
. .. ....
John Keolcr Teacher.
How is Yoilf Title?
11 , t.ci,,,.,!.. .,,,!.. n...
4illi: IMU tlinilii.li t.ni.iv, vuir
tiniieil or examined ty ll. I lender-1
son, abstructer and notary public.
Accurate wotk. Ueusonuble fees
205 Jersey street.
When wishing to exchange your
property for outside acreage or
farms you .should see McKinney for
..1... f.. 11 .....1 ..I. ... ..... n
ii-aima. v-uii uui k,v; ,,,vi " laiions ins own nan uiioui uu iiieu
J. S. McKiNMtv, off from excessive climatic cotuli
St. Johns Heinhts Station. ilons. and he alone was left to tell
Watch tho laool on your oapor.i
AND THEY CAME WEST
The Heat and Cheers Responsi
ble for their Leaving the tast
M'lin fnllmvlttP clit)t)Cll frOIIl tllC
UMilin .itnifiii Kutcrtirisc tells the
story that has entered into the ex
perience of tunny who have came
lierc from the Jiasiern states. iuny
mnrn u'ntllfl COIIle if thev could only
realize the benefits to be derived in
making the chime:
Whoa! Conic nround, iNettc
Whoa. The marcs adjusted them
selves to a new row of corn ami the
'tomjuelcss" cultivator partially
..,.tl.,.ic,.,l Tnlm linn shook the
last year's corn stalks out of the
shanks of his plow inui men m
.!.... III,. Ir.fl llllllll licnill Of i
nnd funned himself with his old
M'lie Hivent had wet cV
l.iiiu.i ...... , .11.
erv thread on his body, but the not
. .I.S...1 U 111 l.
uu Giiiri lined 11 uu 1111 1
r . . . . !. .... .ill I
.. . .... --- - ,,
ookcu kb u 1 ' ,
was " . , X'w
M" lilllc U,Ul ,roI'I,l,, ou,l,,c
. ... ,., ,,if. ...prefnril
.....n n,lftlnu vi'pre fnrill
""".Kn. " f ,1.,
i.i.i 11,11 ti'rifiii nil" ciiiim. buiiiw ui
. inner oeing huhui ..j. .... -
.. ... .. I...!.... ... ....! .... nu nrtrn nU
11 . 11. .1. ...... Till. IlllllUtllU miiu.s
SI1H1II U13I1IMU3. I "I- .
. . . !.. . - ,...1ln...M ...tijtn lll.Hr
VluraiCll IIKC a oeiiuw.i uuv-
.. ... . .11 .1.- I . .. ..f
imulrila dilnted like tllC lioril of
..rt.lmntiniip. TllC COfll ICIIVCS
were curled up like cigars, and tin
i,..,,t uiiliiiMinn-il In orent sheets ove
the field. John muttered to him
" self, "It takes 11 weak mum nnu 1
! I.. I ..n. r li.inl. In lllllL'n II llVim? Ill till
Iniii.11 un. ........ . c , , ,
kind of a job," nnd concluding he
. . . 1. e ...... .1..
MIIU Ul II jwi'l ...... c
m m enough of it for one day
1 l 1.!.. a. mtfl It-nltt ill
he unhooked his team and went in
rs.itiiur litu ii-niii mil tit) he went
in to look up the prospects for
.,, ... , -
something to eat ami found tliein
tl!.. ...If. iiirtil allriilllfWl
in.ni lumr. IIISWI O WHS HireiClieu
out ill the hammock; the expression
vi , . , ,
nt niiiiiii' mwiii her face was tillin
hie. She was nlmost dead from
suffocation lifter fanning t ic baby
Olllllbllt."" - -
to sleep. The poor little fellow had
dropped off nt last from sheer ex-
I ..... . .!.... .....I lit.. wlllfir tfltf lltlta
luitislioii, and the mother was put
itntr 111 fi lnnliH' fii-lit aenitist tin
,1 lieat nnd the Hies. It was hard to
frmii udileli she suffered most
T. I IIW.M
John was too tired and warm to
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want much, so he rustled it cole
Mi,. Thou ho went out 1111(1 SWcatl
himself upon the grass to enjoy the
In. 11I mul llli-n mul cliL'ucr.s. You
don't know what n chigger is?
Well, its a little red insect tue size
if 11 nlnliead thnt nets under the ep
idermis and raises it lump that
itches like n m'ser's hand to get
hold of another dollar. The grass
in the corn belt is lousy with clilg
gers, and they're so soothing to the
lforhnlf an hour John Doo sat
and scratched and lotiglil tiles witu
a newspaiver and finally remarked
in language that would not look
,i.,.lMn.ri. "I wish I was in Hali
fax or Hades or Alaska, or some
other place - any old place would
ii,.fi iiik " l'rom his own misers'
he turned with hollow eyes lo that
nf Ms wife and child. He finally
glanced nt the uewspajKr for the
first lime, and his eye fell upon the
tlinir headlines: "KiL'Ilt (Iron-
ped dead from heat In Chicago
Four deaths from too litgli temper
ature in Kansas City Six Sun
Klmkes in St. I-Otlis." "Good
Lord! I wonder if it will be our
turn next!" And closing his le
veled eyes he contemplated upon
tin. mkorv of another terrible iiiuht.
rolling- from one side of the bed to
the other, without n much 01 mow
ing, turning the pillow over once a
in nine, va nlv trviim to mid a coo
nlueo for the fevered cheek.
Oiu-o moro his eves lull tiDOtl the
paper. His ga.e bleared with sweat
as he traced column after col 11 111 11,
mul nt lust fell ilium this parurniili:
"Temperature on the Pacific coast
1 ... . ... at . 1. 1
only normal." "Wiiatr ue urae
11I hU Koine nit aimiiist a tree am
drank in every word: "Sixty-eight
at Portland, Ore.; 75 at Seattle; 76
Hpokane; 05 at uoou Kiver; 01 at
'Slvtv.one nt White Salmon I"
shouted John, and lie woke up the
baby and made his wife almost fall
out of the hammock. "Is the heat
making you crazy?" asked Mrs.
Doe. "No, but it will It I stay
heie much otiuer.' nud clvinu Ids
wife the weather column to read he
inaile n bolt for his old ueourniihv
that the baby had altuoat worn out
looking at the pictures. He hunted
up Hood Kiver and White Salmon
on the Columbia river, between
Mt. Hood and Alt. Adams, in tne
- iihcaiieraoKei uoui iiiumn.iiiv.v.
.1.00Q feet hiiih and both covered
with perpetual snow. "Hood Kiver
f.c. White Salmon fit." he iiuir
mured, lohn Doe laid back on the
grass and buried himself for a mo-
. ,,0"8ht- 1 Ia,uk Smi,U' hn!1
. . ,
'" ' ltgageo lie a only
In wool: ni. 11. Inliii nulled lumselt
oncrcti mm 1.000 aim uuiccii iou.i-
together surprisingly fast and hiked
over to Hank's as swiftly as his
him.' "Sav. Hank, von can have
in, it- nvrivnrwil linilw vvniiul pnrrv
inv nlact! if voti want it. and now
-V " , '
moeu wm j K-- -"',
stock and feed and tools?" "Do
von mean it?" said Hank. "I do."
said John. "Let's see well, I'll
give you $175. When do you want
to close the ileal?" " tomorrow,"
was uie uiiswcr, inui luinuiiuw
the deal was made. John sold out
everything lock, stock and barrel;
visited two days with his wife's re-
. .. ... ,..it . I, ., ! . 1
as the answer, and "tomorrow
the tale; bought through tickets to
Hood Kiver, Uregon.
Arriving nt that city nfter the
most delightful week's travel in
their lives, John Doc nnd wife look
ed over the famous valley of Hood
and pronouueed it good; then re
membering that the temperature at
White Salmon is 4 degrees lower,
they took the ferry for White Sal
mon. There is lilth more to be said, as
the experience of building a happy
home here is common knowledge to
us. joiiu uoc aim ms sweet wne,
Maggie, are tiow permanent resi
dents. The first week they spent
their time roaming over the beauti
ful mountains that surround the
valley, through wooded canons,
over valleys lilted wun meaciows
and orchards. The only regrets
they felt were found in disturbing
.. . ... ,.. 1 , i
l lie ocaiiiiiui squirrels aim niiiuiiiiii
birds in this paradise tuey unci (lis
covered. Such ecstasy they enjoy
ed in looking upou those great wed
ding cakes of snow (Mts. Adams
and Hood). And cnt and sleep! It
was something wonderful.
And they did something they
were not in the habit of doing back
Hast they went to church: and did
so to thank their Creator for their
timely deliverance and for the prlv
lleue of nt Inst dwelling in the
promised land. No flies, no chig
tiers, no crcat heat: the sweet mouu
tain breezes, scenery that would
bribe 11 kintr. abundance of deli
cious fruit fit for a feast of the gods,
and sleep like that of angel.
And there is one treasure kept
with tender care within the family
icwcl box. and it is this: A column
and n half clipping from the Kan
sas City Star with a marked para
trriinh that reads ns follows: "Hood
River 65, White Salmon 6i.M
All Itching Skin Diseases Which
Are Not Hereditary Instantly
Relieved by Oil of
Cnu Kczema be cured ?
Some physicians say "Yes."
Some say "No."
The real question is, "What
meant bv Iiczcma?" If you mean
those scaly eruptions, those dis
eases which make Weir tirst np
iienraiice, not at birth, but years
afterward, and perhaps not tiuti
middle nt!c. then there can no
longer be anv mtcslion but that
these forms of Kc.cuia arc curable
Si m nle vegetable oil of winter
irreen. mixed with other vegetable
ingredients, will kill the germs that
intest the sktu. Apply this pre
scription to the skin, and instantly
that awful itch is gone. The very
moment the liquid is applied that
nonnizitie-. tahtnli.liic itch disan-
ears, nud continued applications
of this external remedy soon cure
We carry in stock this oil of
Wiiiternreen uronerlv compounds
into D. D. I). Prescription. While
we are not sure that it will cure all
those cases of skin trouble which
are inherited, we positively know
that this I). D. I). Prescription,
whenever riulitlv used, will cure
every last case of genuine Kczema
or other skin trouble, which tilt
not exist at birth.
We know this. Anyway you
vourself. will know that I). I). D.
Prescription instantly takes away
the itch the moment it is applied to
the skin, stop that Itcli today
instantly. lust call at our stote
and try this refreshing and soothing
1 ntiid: nlso ask about l). D. i
Soap. St. Johns Pharmacy. 32c
Pointers for our Patrons.
Old papers for sale at this office,
Our rule is the best stock and
best work for our patrons.
We do not allow any printer
put out nicer work than we do and
we put the best stock into our jous
The difference between poor
stock and first class stock on a job
is n small item when you consider
the value of the job. It is the
price of a satisfied customer. It is
better to make 50 cents less on
Job and have a customer who wil
come back, than to use the flimsy
stock, make the extra 50 cents uiu
lose your customer. That is the
way we figure it.
To Water Users.
Water used through hose for
snriiiklitiK yards or sidewalks or
washing porches or witulows must
be paid for 111 advance, uud used
only between the hours of 5 and 8
n, 111. mul .s and 0 p. m. It must
not be used for sprinkling streets,
Anyone usiiiir water contrary to
these rules, or wastefully. will be
shut oft without further notice,
St. Johns Waterworks and Light
ing Co., II. Kdlefsen, stiperin
Mandolin and Guitar Lessons
I have organized a class of man
dolin and guitar pupils in St. Joluis
and caii take a few more scholars
on each. Terms reasonable. Sat
isfuction mwanteed. Best of ref
erences. Dale P. Taylor, at Calef
Dros., House Furnishers, opp. P. O
Singer Sewing machine agency
for sale. Inquire Wolcott, the
Kent Man. 34f
ORDINANCE NO. 187
Ordinance Amending Or
dinance No. 54, Impos
ing and Regulating Li
censes and Provide
the Alanner of .Issuing
The City of St. Johns docs gdain
TI11.I ..r.tlllil.irin Vrt. (I. tllf Millie bC-
lllg an ordinance to Impose and regulate
licenses nnd. provide for the manner of
Issuing the same be amended as follows;
Section ! Tlini kCCUOil i.l uc unitini
ml 111 nrlitttlir
thereto and following
word "Day'thc last word of said action
ft.. ...! Tl.,,1 nft alnmnltilitn ttinvltltf Of
if ..ti..-.. . otltnp ttl nnll I III'!
or devices of nMinllar kind on nny street
... ....1.1t I., fMv llmfttt nf m.
Johns or 011 the bulhlltiKS or other Rtruc
lures fuciiiK u'xjii public streets or othe
a chari!c Is made therefor which shall be
iinrn ifiiiiiii 1 tin 1. hv 111 1 . iliiiiin nttLi
operated tnree or more munis
week snail pay n quaricriy ntunsu
Section ti: Section i. shall be amend
r,l lii n nil n folluws! Section U! l'cil
dlers shull be claislflcd an 1 rated as
lows: when trnvclHm: with more than
in., niilm it. tin- Tint cIum! when trave
lilt! with two animals, second class:
u'lifti irnvi-inmf Willi one mill in iiurn
rlniu! when triivclllllli Oil foot, fourth
class. . ..
Ii.I.II..m nt I In. iir.l dn. klmll linv
license of io.oo ncr (iimrter; the secom
Ciuss snail jiiiy 1. iiraiK ui f
....,.rl..r' ilin tlitril rt,i lllllll tuiv It
l . " 1 1 ... ..f tm ....
cense of $10.(0 per quarter; and pcddl
01 llic Kiuriii cms mum inv r.y
week, 7.50 per inoiilh or fij.oo le
.... ft . f.. fr.l .....f I M fl Mill
IIUiiriLT. l.ll.Klll.l.a IUI lvu
third class eddlcrs shall not be Issued
tor less man a quarter 01 n year wiuti
said quarter shall tctminntc the first o
Aitrll, tlfc first of July, the first of Oc
intin. mul ,1m fil nf luiiiiiiri' rneli venr
l'rovldcd thnt n permit may be ('routed
ton basket or foot iieddler for not more
.1 t Inn. ...Illif.u, li.n.ii. ti'll.itl
ill.ll, It,, nil, hiiiimh h" .......
ever it shall appear to the satisfaction of
the tlty Kccorucr ano 111c uuy Aiiorncy
In rrninn nf tlir Inability of
rfi.i I,, iwrnrm lillwir tilt llllllllc
state the reason for giving the same nm
11 oserveo mere v. which iiciiiui piniii
..... ... .ul... klmll ..l..n n fill., rnnlritl
for the granting of such permit shall be
liceiueil KUiuy ui n iiiumikiiiviiiiui huh u
...i .n.ilf.il.,.1 ,li..rfif lirfurt tilt Mtnilt
Itial Court of said City of St. Johns shall
be lined not less than ten dollars nor
.unm limn lu'rintv ilvr iluthirs.
Any icrsoii except ticrsous peddling
ucwsaiicrs, Dimes or reunion iiiiv.iiiin
farmers or iiersons ed(llliig the product'
of their own farm gnideti or milk much
et who oilers to sell or retail goods
........ .,iMr..lii,iiilt.f ir ntlinr riilllllllkilt
tics nt' travelling from place to place in
the city of St. Johns shall be regarded
at a peddler under till ordinance.
Miwttmi t! Thnt laid ordinance
further amended ns follows: by adding
thereto the following section between
section 14 mul 15 nud designated ut sec
tion 1.1 1-2.
Section ij 10: Tlic mnuai!cr. owner
or proprietor of every swing or inerrygo
ground minu iy n iitciinc ui jvjv.uu n.
Paused the council July 38, iyo8.
Approved July 38, 1908.
II. V. IlKICIt
A. M. IUwii,
ruhlUhcil In the St. Johiit Review
July 31, 1908.
ORDINANCE NO. 188
An Ordinance Regulating (lie
Lowering of Water Alains
and Laterals in the City
of St. Johns, and Assess
ing the Cost Therefore,
and Directing the City
Recorder to Enter the
Cost on tho Lien Docket
of Said City and Repeal
ing Ordinance No. 170
Passed by the Common
Council April the 7th
1908, and Approved by
the Alayor April 7th
The city of St. Johns does ordain ns
Section i. That herewfter when in
the improvement of any street or other
pulutc places in win cuy u occomea nce
etsarv to lower the water mains or later
alt. if the said main or laterals have
been laid as reoulred bv Ordinance No
16 of the cltv of St. Tohns. the coit and
the expense of so lowering said water
mains or laterals, iuciuiuiik uu iuiics una
connections for the convevauce of water,
shall be paid for by the contractors for
such street improvement and thereafter
included in the assessment placed upoti
the lieu docket by the city recorder for
such improvements not to exceed the
sum of ten (to) cent per lineal foot, and
made a chame uiraiuit adlaceut Protwrly
lu the maimer as the other cost o( the
improvement of. such street or other pub.
lie place. All worthless pipes or pipe
rendered useless in the process of such
improvement, except throueh the care
lessness or neglect of the contractor or
those iu Ills employ tn making sucti im
provement shall be replaced by the St
Joints water worts aim mkuuiik 10.
its successors or assigns at its owii cost
otherwise at the cost ol said contractor,
Section 3. If such water mains and
laterals have uot been laid as required
by Ordinance 'Number lb ot sain city,
then the cost of lowering sa!d pipes,
mains or laterals shall be paid for by the
St. Johns Water Works and LiKUting
Co., its successors or assigns. That when
in the improvement ay treet the
city engineer shall fiml that any of said
pitws, inaius or laterals have not been
lacc(i as reauircu oy urmimncu uui
rltv. be shall forthwith no
tify the St. Johns Water Works and
Lighting Co. to lower said pipes, mains
or laterals, as the cae might be, forth
with and at their own cxpeuse, and if
the said water company, its successors or
nsslfiiis shnll fall, ncelcd or refuse to bc-
uin lowerlliK sold pipes, innins uriiuer
nls wllliln n iicrlod of Iwenty-four hours,
or if after wiiil lowcrltiR has Irccn com
mciiccd by said water, company they
shall nhnndon sold wotk for n period of
twenty-four hours, or shall fall to pro
ceed with such work ns speedily ns pos
sible, the contractor for such street im
provements is hereby nuthorired to lower
such pites, laterals or wntcr mains anil
.. . 2 .1 I .1.-11 I 1.rt..n,1 mul
IllIC cost inereui 0111111 ire buiiivi. ...
become a lien uixm the said water works
, .. . .1. , ,.-,i t... .tnMi.i.i
iilatil, which sam iicii suuu hwmii"
.. II. n II... 1 .tru.trnr liv Illn rtlV recorder
for such Imtirovemcnt nt a cost not to cx-
cecd ten tioj ceius jier inicai 1001 iui m
pipe so cliatttfed.
Section x. The city cniinccr shall
have full supervision over all pipes,
whether mains or hitcrnls or service
pities, lending from the company's pijres
I.... n.i.l .linll niiCnrrnnll nnlllliltlCCS
111 tlll.1117, "mi siiiiiiviHuifcMHi. w. -
pcrtninlliK to the same; and the said City
engineer snan require nu cuiisuwvib i
lay water pipes noi icfS liinn iweiuy-iuur
13JI liicncs oeiow uie suriace ui m
Hcctioii J. 1 nai w ere sniu wuici
company, Its successors or assigns
nnil. ninp. mini hum. iiiii.i iicrciiiLL-r
placed nt least two (aj feet below the
Nfradc of the street
I .1it.11 1. ttW-fMi tn uiti
grade ol tnc sirccl. which said grauc
shnll be given to said water company by
the cltv ciielliecr. That bv reason of
certain street improvement now being
delayed on account of said water com
pany refusing and neglecting to lowe
I.!..... ...III. I., tin. nil., nf Ut. Tnlllia. ulllol
ll i.i.iiti. ... ........
were not laid in accordance to Ordinance
Number 16 or said tity, nu emergency n
.1..i.l.i.,..l I., i.vlc, mill lilt firillnillirf. tnlei
cfTcct nnd be operative uixm the npprov
ill (ii 1 lie iiriyur.
Tlint Oril nance No. i:u 1)1 tile C IV O
St. Johns, passed by the council April
'nth, 1903, nnd approved by the mayor
0 Anril the 7th. tgoHi be nnd the same Is
1i..mI.. r.t.M.rlli.il .
.l .. . 1I...I..
rassed iy tnc common council juiy
Approved liy tnc mayor juiy sa, 190a
It. W. llMUMf. Mnviir.
Attest: A. M. l'.SSON,
Published In the St. Johns Review July
Itntitist church 1. A. Leonard, pastor.
nii.l,iv uliiuil nt in n. 111. Prrnchilli? nt
1 1 n. m. It. Y. P. U. 7 P. "I. Prcaeliing
nt 8 p. ill.
r.. il. ..It.l MiuotIi If T.. Viiiinif. tin
lor. Sunday school 10 11. m.; prciiciimg
. , n .. ... 1, t
... .ii.ni. i.imi.11 . ""."r. I "
ni 11 n, m. nun o p. 111. iviivuiiu n-uut
at 7 p. Ill,
Holv Crow Catholic church. Portsmouth
Station: aits a. m low mass; 10:15 ''
high mass-, 7:30 p. m vespers nnu dciii
r-lilkltn.i 1illn.1lMlA .1'l.rv Klltliln
tiiTiilH-rnnclu ns follows: Sundn' school
at ton. tn.: tiicnchltttf at It 11. m. nud 8
p. 111., mid V. I'.S. C. 1. meeting nt 7 p. 111
It. I. tohuson. uihtor.
St. Andrew's Kplscopnl Chapel, Unl
vcrsity Park Rev. Win. R. Powell
rlinnlntii. Itri'illnr ocrvice 7: 10 II. Ill
tiiiiitnv .i-liiMil nt t tl. III.! Ilible clnss 7 1)
in.; I.cutoii services every I'rlday at 10
n. m. ,
l'.vmigellcal church Sunday school nt
IO n. 111. I tciiciiiiik ll n. in. juiiiur i-.
I C. 15. 3:y p. m.; Senior K. I.. C. H. ;
ii. in. Prvnchim: nt 8 n. m. Chester P
I'lrst Congregational Church O. W
N'clsott. tKistor. Sunday school 10 n
in.; preaching 1 1 n. m. nud 7:45 p. 111
V. P. S. C. li. mielliiL' ut 7 P. in. Prove
mcetlmrThurilay ut7!iop. 111. A scat
mul welcome to nil.
Ui.itl.t (Minn-li. llntvenltv Park. Rev
A. II. Wait, pastor. Rciiular scniccs
everv Siiudnv mornlm: and cveiilut;.
German IlaptUt church Sen-Ices held
each .Sunday 111 ii.iputi ciiurcu usiuiiows
miimay sen 001 2 p. 111., prcacmug ni j j
lit, Rev. Paltuicat, jwistor.
ticriiinii I.Hthernn Services nt 10:45
n. lit. every Sunday morning nt corner of
Peninsula avenue uud Kilpatrick street,
University Park. All Germans of St.
lohns conliallv Invited to attend. C.
Christian Science Society meetings
held ul W. II. King's residence, Sun
du, ami Wednesdays at 8 p. 111.
City of St, Johns, Oregon
Mnyur II, W. mice
KtconltrA, Jt Htwin
Trtmurrr J. It- Tsncli
Altoiury ll. li, Collier
liniiliiccr C, Aniltcws
I'lii.lclan A. W. Vincent
Clilcl ol I'allce-J. II. HUck
Millil l-otlcc-O. laiicrMe
Councllmcii t I.nrgc!
A. W Dvl, C. I.. JaliiiHii, rt, I.. Ikibtc
Couiicllmcn I'lr.t WurUi
I', J. Miller W. W Wimlle
Couuclliucu Skconil Wnl.
II. C. Iluulcr 11. W Ikiuhaui
Streets mid noeks-W. W. WlnJIe, I. J.
Miller. C l JoIiumiu
Uccikc II. W. liMiham, It C. Hunter,
W. W, WinUle
Water nJ I.lKht-C. I.. Johuion, A. W.
I)al.,ll. W. Itouliaiu
l'liiauce A. V. Davli. II. C Hunter, S.
nulltlliica Bint Orounils 11. C. Hunter, I'.
J. Miller, C, I.. Johurou
Health and I'ollce 8. I.. Hobl-, II. W.
Iloiiham, W. W. Wlnilte
r.l.iuor Uccusc-I'. J Mlllcr.A.M' Uavta,
8. L, ttotile
"TIME TABLE 0. R. & N.
Union Depot, Portland.
No, 3 Chicago Siwlal leaves 8:30 a.
NoJ Sixikane I'lyer leaves at 7:00 p.
No. 6 Kansas City Ixp. leaves buo p.
No, 8 Ical Passenger leaves 8:00 a,
No. 1 Chicago Special arrives 8:10 p.
No, 3 Sjxikane I'lyer arrives at S:oo a.
No, 5 Kansas City Kxp. arrives9,45 a.
Nq. 7 Local Passenger arrives 5:45 p.
St. Johns Ferry Time Card. '
Leave Itast Side (A. M.) 6:30, 7:10,
8:00, OMO, low, H too, 13:00 M, P, M,
1:00, ao, 3:00, 4:00, 4:50, 5:30, 6:30.
Leave West Side (A. M.J 6:50, 75,
8:30, 9:30, 10:30, 11:30. P. M. 13:30,
r.30, 3:30, 3:30, 4:30, 5:10, 0:00, 0:30.
Mail arrives at St. Johns at 7:10 a. m
and 1:15 P '
Leaves at 10:30 a. m., and 4:45 P- m
Office open week days from 6145 a u
to 6:10 p. tn. Sundays from 9 to 10 a.m
- . Vwrinnan . " n i
. A. L . 1 ... uJnllAH nB.
AllTU'l. Hinnn ...irn i.i, m.i ...
onlcklr ucartuu our oi'iukin frt wtolli.r an
iQ.mtW la prubablr vaii( Ceramwikijv
Mil (r. OldM axfnoy lur inii P anl.
lltalm taSta tBruusti Muun k Cu. ro(T
ttwui Mite. wtthoutSuim, la th
& ... . .a- . - m Hull,. .nail
cuUUim ut an utastMa (mi
iu t low motjltn, SL Sum I
S. li. GREENE
Office: Room 9, Ilrecdcn Build
ing, corner Third nnd Washington
streets, Portland, and Room 35, Hoi-
brook lllock, St. Johns. .
Phone: Pacific 3098. Residence: bt. joints
HENRY E. COLLIER
Rooms In the Holbrook building. ;
St. Johns, Oregon.
Joseph McChesncy, M. D.
Day nnd Nlftht Office In McChetney Block
rnonc nooauiwn tia
ST. JOHNS. - OREGON
Dr. MARY MacLACHLAN
Physician and Surgeon.
Office In Holbrook's lllock.
Residence, 315 Hayes street.
Phone Scott 6995.
OSCAR DeVAUL, M. D
Office hours, 11 to u a.m., 1 to J p.m.
OtTlce t'liotie, Woodlswu 1141.
Residence t'lione, Union J901.
office in forlsmoutli tirlck,
J. R. VVEIA1ER
Transfer and Storage
We ihdlvcr vour uoods lo nnd from all
parts of Portland, Vancouver, Llunloii,
Portland and Suburban IJxprcss Co,,
city dock nnd nil points accessible by
wagon. Piano Brid furnltor moving
a siiccinltv. 109 H. llurllngtoii; phone.
a. bT hemstock
Funeral Director and Ombatmer
Ilranch olTicc at University Park Drug
Store, phone Wooillaiwi 1H74.
Main ohlcc, Portland, Oregon; phone
No. 186 I. 0. 0, F.
ST. JOHNS. OHr.OON
Meets each Monday evening In Odd
l'cllows hall, nt 8:00. Visitors welcomed.
C. P. Gates, N. O.
I!. 11. Holcomb, Secretary.
Holmes Lodge No. 101
KNKIIITS OP I'VllllAS.
Meets every I'rlday night
at 7:30 o'clock nt I.O.O.P.
hnll. Visitors nlway wel
come. J. II. Illnck, C. C.
IJ. II. Holcomb, K. R.S.
Sec us for the Choicest Cuts of the llcsl
Meats Obtnl liable.
Orders Pllicd mid I'amlly Tmile'So'ilcllcd
T. P. WARD Proprietor.
Ah well ns the other
kinds of Hardware Is
We nre making the hard
ware business our fittuly, and
It's not how cheap we can buy
but how good, and we must
have the quality.
Our Universal Stoves -and
Ranges arc ns good as the
Our mixed painU are the
Acme quality kind.
1 Hendricks Hardware
No. 1 1 1 Burlington .street
In the Circuit Court of the State ot Ore
gon, for the County of Multnomah;
Nettle Fatrchild,, Plaintiff,
I5IIU O.'Palrchlld, Defendeut. '
To lUlis G. 1'airchild, the above-uam-.
ed defendeut, in the name of the state of
Oregon, you are hereby reoulred to ap.-'
pear and answer the cotnpUitit filed -,.
gainst you in a' ove entitled court and'
suit within six weeks from date of the
first publication of this summons, to wit: '.
from July 17, 1908, and if you fail to so
apiearor'aiisweror otherwise plead In
said suit the plaintiff above-named will,
apply to the abovenamsd court for the
rebel demanded In her cotriplalut filed ib
the said suit to wit: for a decree dtssolr-.
ing the bonds of matrimony now and
heretofore existing between plaintiff and '
and yourself ami absolutely divorcing:
plaintiff from ybu, and for the care ana
custody of the minor child of plantlff
aud yourself, to wit: l'.dith Pairchihl a
daughter, and for other such order and
further relief as to this court may seem
just and equitable. ,
This summons is published pursuant
to the order of the Honorable Thottiast
O'Day, Judge of theabove-eutillcd court
made in open court in this, cause on
July 14, 1908, which order prescribes that
this summons shall be published in Hie
St. Johns Review once each week for this
period of not less than sir weeks. The"
first publication of this summons was;
made 01; July 17, 190S, and the last pubA
licatiou of this summons will be on
Aucust 28. 1008.
0 1 j -
H. Vv Comer : i
Attorney for the
Mandolin and Guitar LftWOM.;,
I have organized a class o( man
dolin atid guitar pupils in St. Johns'
and can take- a few more scholars!
on each. Terms reasonable. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Best of ref
erences. Dale F. Taylor, at Calef
Bros., House Furnishers, opp. P. O.