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BILL LANQE'S FEAT.
On of the Famous Old Outfielder!
Tho Rrentoat Individual font ever
performed wns one by which Hill
Lunge waved a name for Chicago unit
SHOO for himself 111 WiihIiIiikIoii In
1805. There Is mi odd story connected
with the piny. Lunge had mltixcd a
trnlu In ItoHton two days before, full
ed to rench New Yorh In time to piny
there, mid Anson had lined him $100.
Thereupon lie missed u trnln to WiihIi
IiiKton nrrlvcd on the grounda nftcr
the tennis hnd practiced mid Just In
tlmo to piny, nnd for thnt Alison fined
Id in another $100. The unme Hint nfl
emooii went eleven Innings, Chicago
scoring otic run In the eleventh. There
were two men out nnd n runner on
the Imces when "Kip" Hclbnch, then
one of the hardest hitter!) In the busi
ness, smote the ball it tcrrlllu hlow nnd
vent It flying over Lnngo'H hend to
ward tho cetilrr lleld fence. The lilt
ncenied n mire home run, hut Lange, n
mnn weighing B2B pounds, turned nnd
without looking sprinted destierntely
straight out townrd the fence, racing
with the flying Imll. At the Inst In
Rtnnt, ns the Imll wns going over his
hend. Lnnge leaned, stuck up t tot It
innils. turned it somersnult nnd crush
ed ngnlmit the fence. The lionrds sptln
tered. one entire pnnel crushed out
ward, nnd out of the wreckage crawled
Lnngo. holding the Imll In his hand
nnd the crowd went mnd. Lunge came
limping In, with the crowd standing on
Bents shouting, nnd he wild to Anson
'Tines so. cup?" "Nope." said Anson
nnd the cntcli hnd saved the big llelder
J'.m-lluh H. I'ullertoii In Amerlcnn
THE FIRST ALMANACS.
They Attempted to Foretell Men'i Dei
tiny From the Stare.
The nlmniinc. properly ho called In
Km origin, Is not merely n devlee for
keeping people In mind of tho prop
ress of the year. It Is mi attempt to
show what destiny hns In Htoro for tts
ns Indicated by the position of the
Htnrs In iiny pnrtlculnr yeur, nnd ns,
necordlng to astrological lore, the des
Utiles of turn are ruled liy the differ'
cut aspects of the plnuels, so also the
human Isidy Is sutiject to the tiilluouce
of the constellations tlirotigh wiilcli
the Hit n appears to pass In his yearly
course. A French iilniiiiuie of IDIO
gives it diagram of the humiiii hody
surrounded liy nil the signs of the zo
tllnc mid Indletttes the various orpins
mid members over which these signs
lutve power, mid this for n guide pour
les salguces, or to show nt what perl
od blood may be let with safely. Hut
the same itlmanne also gives directions
sensible enough for the avoidance of
the plague which would not lie found
fault with by n modern fiishlonnhlo
Who would lro lite iHiily In health
Ami leslsl tho Infection of tint pliiKUP,
11 tilni crck Joy mid yndtios My,
Avoid plarrs whom Infections uhound
And cherish Joyous coiniuiny,
A few examples exist of itluimincH of
this character before the Invention of
printing, although none, It Is believed,
curlier tbiin the twelfth century, Hut
some of the curliest specimens of print
lug tiro black printed Herman sheet til
iiiiiiines, which tire chlelly concerned
nbout blood letting.-WcHtmliiHter (In
Mrs. Newrlcli wits growing nccus
tomed to power. Hhe enjoyed It and
was Irritated when any one presumed
to differ from her In opinion. When
the sailing purly of which she hud
been a member landed on the shores
of the lake ruin soaked mid fright
cued, Mrs, Newrlcli was the only one
who cured to (nltt.
"It could nil have been avoided If
that captain hail done us I tidd him,"
Hhe said between the chattering of her
teeth us the putty stood huddled under
it small shelter.
"When I saw that cloud coming from
thill comer of the lake I said In him,
I think you'd heller iiiuke straight for
home and not spend any more lime
tucking,' but lie paid no more attention
than ns If I hadn't spoken!"-Vouth's
He Didn't Dot,
"A man In my county," said it Kan
tuts congressman, "was always anxious
to bet on hU game of checkers. One
time he was about to pluy it gnino for
(10 with it fellow culled Three Kill
geretl .lack. Suddenly one of his
"Don't bet, Charlie. Don't you
know Hint fellow wore olf two lingers
phiylng checkers? Thut'H why hei
culled Three Fingered Jnek.'
"That sullied It. The bet wiih nevet
made. A iiian who had worn off two
lingers by bundling them up anil down
the checkerboard was too much foi
my friend." Kansas City Journal,
A Dlttcr Dliappointnient.
"Wheu I wits In Purls," remarked
the collector of curios, "I discovered
In a bookstall a volume which I knew
ut llrt glance to be of extraordinary
value, I could scarcely believe tnj
good luck, llreuthless, Inquired tut
price of the dealer. Just think of Itl
could have hud (hut treasure for I
"Well, why didn't you get It?"
"Never could slug a uoto In my life,
cried the collector, bursting Into tears
Now York Times.
The Audience Moved,
He hnd been trying to start n re
vlvnl fervor, but the nudlence was tut
responsive. "O ye of tllnty. hearts," In
cried, "will nothing move you?" "l'usi
tho hut, liosa." answered the gamin
"und wo move Immediately." Klorldi
Whut the wind gather the dovl
scatter. Greek Proverb,
POISON OAK POISONING.
llnlltird'e Snow I.lulment cures It.
Mr. O. II. 1 Cornelius, Turner, Ore,
writes My wlfo has discovered that
Snow Llnlmont cures "Poison Oak
Poisoning," it very painful troubjo.
Shu not only cured it case of It ott
horsolf, but on two of nor frloiula
who wore poisoned by this snino ivy.
Prlco 25c, GOo nnd f 1.00. Sold by
North Bank I'hurmucy,
NoU tha Ube on your paper.
RACE WAQERS IN INDIA.
Native's Method of Choosing a Winner
and Making Deti.
The nntivo of India wagers his
money according to the colors worn
by tho Jockeys mid takes no heed of
the merlin of the horses, or he will
Imck n horso ridden by his fiivorlle
jockey, no mnttcr whether the nnlmnl
Is n rank outsider or not
His Mens of gambling, In fnct, ore
distinctly novel, Some of the more
wealthy Indlnnn form rings and buck
every horse In tho race, thus gnlnlng
the satisfaction of getting a winner
every time. It Is rcnlly only of into
years thnt the untlvc of India linn be
come n hnbltunl gambler on the turf
nnd nowadays the hulk of the hotting
of the vnrlous racing centers lu India
Is done by natives. Indeed, the nu
thorltlcs nrc some wlmt concerned nbout
the growth of the betting which takes
plnco among Indian natives. It being
nsserted thnt as ninny ns thirty tncs
of rupees (nbout ,'100.000) Is lost nnd
won In the course of n season,
The Ignorant masses hnvo not
grent dcnl of nctual money to wngor,
but so badly bitten nre tunny of them
with tho craze for belting nt rnre moot
lugs thnt they frequently wnger wlmt
little property they possess on n horse,
nnd If they lose they simply rcplncc
their loss by stealing n neighbors
goods. The consequence Is thnt when
tho racing sensnn comes nround the
police nro kept very busy dealing with
cases of petty larceny nnd other crimes
Involving loss of proerty. London
Tha Dlreetori Were Rather Pliaied
at the Darrlitir's Refusal.
Mr. Header Ilnrrls. K. C. wns onco
offered n brief mnrked GO guineas on
behalf of n railway company thnt
wished to obtain n refreshment license
for n pnrtlculnr rnllwny station. He
returned the brief on conscientious
grounds, but Inter on It wns sent back
to him with n fee of 100 guineas
mnrked on It. This tlmo he relumed
It with n nolo In willed ho explained
thnt his refnsnl wns duo to n mnttcr
of principle. Hiihscuucutly lie met one
of the directors of the company nnd
expressed n hope thnt ho nnd his col
leagues were not annoyed nt his con
"Not nt nil," snld tho director. "I'll
tell you nil nbout It. Honnd-so, the
big brewer, wns Hitting on the bonrd
for the first time nt the meeting nt
which the solicitor reported Hint your
brief marked flO guineas hud been re
turned. 'Who's this psalm singing
humbug)' ho asked, '.Mark the brief
KM) guineas nnd I'll bet you nnythltig
you like he'll take It.' 'Oh, you will.
will you?' asked Ihu clinlrmiin. You
see, wo nil knew you, Harris, We
took the brewer on nt f to 1 In live
pound notes, lie booked tho bets with
every ono of us, nnd ho hns pnld up."
A Curloui Receipt,
Hanover's registrar discovered n
very curious document some tlmo ngo
its ho wns looking through it bundle of
papers thnt dale buck to the eight
eenth century. Tho document Is it receipt-probably
the only one of Its
kind In existence which wns given to
n Hanoverian captain by a canon of
DuUbtirg during the Seven cars' wnr
"I, the undersigned," It rends, "here
by acknowledge that I have received
II fly blows of it stick, which were In
Dieted upon me by it lieutenant of Cup
tn I ii ll.'s regiment ns n punishment for
the stupid nnd frivolous culumnlc
which I hnvo uttered In regard to the
regiment of chasseurs, 1'or my lim
prudent words I now admit Hint I nm
profoundly sorry. I received my pun
Ulimcnt lying on it heap of straw nnd
held by two men, mid I bear testimony
to tho fact that the olllecr struck me
its vigorously us ho could with it stick
that wns its thick ns my linger.
"lu proper form mid with due gratl
Hide I sign this receipt und avow thai
nil therein Is true."
Hard to Kill.
A crocodile's tenacity of life Is most
remarkable. " remember one time,"
says it trinvler In India, "I wns with
it shooting party on tho Onnges when
the natives brought In it six foot croco
dile. They hoped some one would want
lo buy It, but uo one did, so It wns de
termined to kill the creature. It wns
hauled out of the tank anil tied to a
tree. Ilullets from it small rltle or mi
ordinary gun seemed only to Irritate
tho Hiiurliin, nor did ho seem lo enre
very much when it native thrust a
spear down his throat. Finally they
were obliged to dispatch him with
axes, liven then the lull thrashed
Hhout for uo little tlmo after,"
Not That Kind.
'Onco lit u lllhlo lessou," snld a
Sunday school teacher, "I repented the
toxt, 'Arise and take the young child
nnd his mother und lieu Into Lgypt.'
Mill then I showed tho children a largo
picture Hint Illustrated the text lu
"Tho children studied this picture
engerly. Then they nil frowued; nil
looked rather disappointed. Finally n
little girl snld:
" Toucher, whero Is the Ilea? "
Where to Sing.
"I will sing something restful to you,
dear," snld it lady to her morose hus
band. "Shall I slug 'Fur, Fur Away?"'
"I wish you would," wits tho bitter
reply, "It would buvo the trouble of
apologizing to tho neighbors,"
How Thoie Qlrli Lova One Another,
Ma ud -And the Inst thing that Henry
did was to give mo a kiss. Mabel
Indeed! I should think that Is about
tho last thing bo would do. Illustrated
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.
In order to Insure a change of ad
vertisement the copy for such change
should reach this office not later than
Wdnesday, at 3 o'clock p. m. Pleaat
emember thli and save tha printer
Mull arrives at St. Johns at 7:10 a. nt.
and 1:15 p. tn,
i.euve at 10:30 a. tn., and 4:45 p, tn
Ottice own week days from ous a. ui.
to 6:10 p. tu, Suudsys (rout 9 to 10 a, ta,
Ma la 8o 8tupid That Ha Can Be
Taught Any Habit.
Thero hnvo been on exhibition at
various times horses Hint nro appar
ently prodigies of mathematical Insight
that cntt do anything with numbers
Hint tho trainer enn do. Yet we ab
solutely know that no nnlmnl cntt so
much ns count ut nit. Furthermore. It
Is always the horse thnt performs
these marvels, though the horse Is the
most utterly stupid of nil the dumb
creatures thnt man has made his
That Is precisely why the horse Is
always taken to be made Into an nrlth
Dietician. He Is so stupid thnt he can
bo taught nnythlug-nny hnhlt, that Is
nnd, having no mind to be tnken up
with his own nffnlrs, cnu be relied ou
to do exactly ns ho Is told.
All tbeso arithmetical fakes, what
over their details, nrc worked lu cssen
tlnlly tho same wny. The horse Is
taught, by endless repetitious, some
mechanical hnblt. A given signal, nnd
ho begins to paw the lloor. Another
signal, nnd ho Btops. Press the proper
button, nnd he takes n sponge nnd
rubs It over a certain spot on n black
bonrd or picks up n enrd lying tn n
certnln position, Thnt Is nil ho docs
Tho meaning of tho act exists for tho
spectator only. Tho pawlngs count
tho answer to n problem In addition,
tho card bears tho reply to n question,
but tho horse docs not know It. Ho
merely follows n blind habit. Just as
ho will stop when you say "Whon!"
though you Interpolate tho word Into
your rccltntlon of the Declaration of
Independence. McCluros Magazine,
IT CAME TRUE.
The Large Party and tha Calamity
"You can't mnko mo believe," Undo
Abner Jarvli was Buying, "thnt there
Isn't something lu fortune telling,"
Ills nudltors were grouped round the
stove lu tho corner grocery store. "Ever
hnvo any experience with It?" nsked
one of them.
"That's wtint I wns going to tell
you," resumed Uncle Abner, "One
when I was at the county fair I snw
a little tent with n sign ou tho outside
of It thnt said Mine, Koinebody-or-other
would tell your fortune for 25 cents.
1 stepped Inside Just for fun,
"A woman with it thick veil over her
face wns sitting lu it chair ou it raised
platform. I gave her n quarter, nud
she looked nt my linud. Ono of tho
things she told me wns thnt 1 wns
going to lutve it large party nt my
house lu less than n month nnd Hint It
would be follered by a cnlamlty.
"I laughed ut that. Thinks I to my
self, 'Wo hain't hnd any pnrtles of nuy
kind to our house for two years, nud 1
don't reckon wu'll hnvo ono qulto ns
soon ns that.'
"Hut It did come true. In aliout two
weeks my wife's Aunt June camo to
visit us, and If you think she ain't a
largo party you ought to see her. She
weighs 287 pounds."
"Hut how ulsiut tho calamity?" In
quired the mnn who wns sitting on Hit
imll keg after a long pause.
"Well." snld Uncle Abner slowly,
"she broke down our apnro bed the
first night sho slept In lt."-Youth's
Had Forty Hornet.
Yollou, the painter, wns a unique
personngo oven nmong the odd charac
ters of Purls. Whllo he was rssen.
tlnlly n bohemlan, there were times
when even his patience was taxed to
the utmost, nud to obviate tho neces
sity of meeting unwelcome people lie
conceived tho Idea of multiplying his
lodging places. At the tlmo of bis
death he owned uo less than forty
homes, nil In npnrtment houses, situ
ated lu nil the out of tho wny corners
of Purls, plainly furnished nud with
Just enough nccommodutlon for him
self. Ho changed from ono to tho
other nil tho time In order to escnpo
Importunate acquaintances und to tako
refuge from bis friends. It wits In or
tier lo throw thorn all off tho scent
that he engaged rooms nil over tho
city. He finally died In tho Hue do
Dunkerque, whero ho had ns mnuy ns
three different niwrtineuts, nil within
a stono's throw of ono another.
The Stone Houiei of Enter liland,
Tho remarkable stouo houses of
Raster Island nro built against a ter
race of earth or rock, which In some
cases forms tho buck wnll of tho
dwelling. They uro built of small slabs
of strntllled busnltlc rock piled to
gether without cement. No regularity
of plan Is shown lu tho construction of
majority of them. The uveruge
measurement Is as follows: Height
from lloor to celling, -I feet U Inches;
thickness of walls, 4 foot to 10 inches;
width of rooms, -I feet U Inches; length
of rooms, H! feet 0 Inches; uveruge
size of doorways height, '.0 Inches;
width, 10 luches.
"I kind of agree with tbo folks who
say thnt story ubout (leorgo Washing
ton and the cherry tree is a myth,"
snld Farmer Corntossel after n thought
For what reason?" Inquired his
"Well, human nature Is purty much
tho sumo lu all generations, and If I
hnd n boy who picked up an ax an'
voluntarily went out to chop wood I
wouldn't chide htm. I'd bund bliu a
medal." Washington Star.
"I send you 10.000 kisses," he wrote.
"Itnhl" she exclaimed, tossing hU
letter aside. "Why doesn't bo come
and look over his terminal facilities In
person?" Chicago Ilecord'IIerald.
A stout beart may be ruined In for
tune, but not In spirit. Victor Hugo.
Is something wo bear or road about
ovory day of our lives. Burns and
scalds either slight or serious nro
bound to happen lu your family, be
prepared by having a bottlo of Dal
lard's Snow Liniment handy. It re.
lieves tho pain Instantly and quickly
boats the bunt, Sold by North Dank
Work for a Greater SL Johns,
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Ilullt of the product of the
PACIFIC BRICK 4. MARBLE CO.
ELBRAM MANTLE BRICK
Silica Pressed Ilrlck, Clny Prick, Hlbrnm Sanitary Hose Hoards,
Klbrum Floor Tile. Hlbraui W'olnscoatlng, Out Side Chimney aniil'aclng Ilrlck,
Sand, Gravel and Cement. Hvcry thing strictly high clnss
Office Factory at
.(02 Corbet IlldV., Portland St. Johns, Qrcgou
Phone Main 5399 l'honc Richmond 641
J. E. Williams
f 13.00 to f 135.00 CnOi or Installments
at PORTSMOUTH DRUG CO. the only'ngcncy for pliono
grnph itippllci on the l'ciilniniln.
I ndcJt ructnblc record 4 minute record Double record 2 tunes for the
cost of one,
Wc take old nnd broken rccordi In exchange for new.
PORTSMOUTH DRUG COMPANY
8a DAWSON STRItKT C. W. Bowhay, Mgr.
A, II. 1 1 KM. STOCK OKO. II. HltMSTOCK
UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING
Full Una of Robes, Caihata, eto,, kept In itoek
nffli lltw.ua 1VwllBkii llsl
Krililriicc 1'ltont WoolUwn Jio
Special Sale of nil MIMJNKRY nt
608 Dawson Street.
by tbo city of St.
That It dooms It oxpodlont and noc'
osaury to Improve South Ivanhoe
atrcot. from tho Southerly lino of
folk street to tho Northerly lino or
Ida street In tho city of St. Joints in
tho following manner, to- wit;
liy eradluir sumo to tho entabiuued
Krado by cut and fill; and by sldo.
wnlKiiiK aiuno on both sides with
5 foot cement walks and 13 foot curb
with necessary 5 foot wooden crous
walks and box gutters. Said curb
to huvo i Inch tllo drain ovory CO
foot, nud curb and comont walk to
have expansion jolnta when directed
by tho city engineer, between Polk
and Ilurr streets, Also by placing
1 strip of macadam In center of said
street between Polk and Ilurr streets,
Said macadam to be 8 Inches In con.
tor . i Inches on ultbor sldo, and to
conform to Soc. I of Ordluauco No.
l'Jl'. All work to bo undor tbo super
vision and direction of the city on
Klneer nud according to the plans
and specification of tho city engineer
on file In tho office of tbo city ro
corder relative thereto, which said
plaus und specifications and eatl.
mates are satisfactory nnd aro here
by upproved. Said Improvements to
bo made lu accordance with tbo
charter and ordinances of tho city of
St, Johns, and undor tho supervision
and direction of the city engineer,
That the cost of said Improvement
to bo assessed as provided by tbo
city chartor upon tho property es
pecially and particularly benefited
thoreby. and which is hereby de
clared to bo all of lots, parts of lots,
blocks and parcels of land between
tho termini of such Improvements
abutting upon, adjacent or proximate
to said South lvanhoo street, from
tho marginal lines of said street back
to the center of the block or blocks
or tracts of laud abutting thereon or
That all tho property Included In
said Improvement district aforesaid
Is hereby declared to be "Local Int.
proveuient District No. 27,"
That tho city engineer's assess
mem of the probable total cost of
said Improvement of said South lvan
hoo street Is $4367.16.
That the cost of said South Ivan
hoe street to bo assessed against the
property In said local assessment dis
trict as provldod by tho city chartor
of tho city of St. Johus.
Adopted the 30th day of June,
A. M. ESSON,
Published in the St. Johns Review,
July 2 and 9, 1909,
Work for a Greater St. Jokaa.
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UNIVHK.SITV PARK, 01U'.GON
Office Phone Woodlnwu 703
Rei. I'houe Woodluwu 1655
D. E. HOPKINS
Office hour from 9 to 13 tn.
1 to 5 . ut, 7 to 8 p. 111.
63 Dawwii Street, Univi'.ksitv Park
STREET CAR TIME TABLE
I.KAVK ST. JOHNS
A. M. P. M. P. M.
S.45 11.40 7.00
o.oj 1.00 7, to
6.35 1. 18 7.30.
6.40 1,36 7.40
6.48 I. 51 8,00
6.36 3.13 8.35
705 a.y 8.50
7.30 j.jo 9.10
7SS i.oS 9.30
7.55 i.36 9.50
8. IS 344 10.10
8.35 4.03 10.30
9-co 4,30 10.50
9.3 4.40 II. 10
9.44 5.00 11.30
10.06 5,15 ja. CO
11.13 6. ro
13. iB p. tn, 6,50
St. Johns Ferry Time Card,
Leave Hast Side (A, M.l 6uo. 7:10.
7:50, 8:30, 9:10,9:50 10:30,11:10, 11:50. P.
Leave West Side (A. M.V-6:.w. 7:10.
8:10, 8:50, 9:30, 10:10, 11:50. P. II.
13:10,13:50,1:30,3:10, 3:50, 3:30, 4:10
4:50, 5-ao, 6:30.
The Western Maga
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Leave orders at the St.
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TIME TABLE O. R. & N.
Union Depot, Portland,
No. a Chicago Special leaves 9:15 a, m.
No' 4 Spokane Plyer leaves at 5:00 p. nt.
No, 6 Kansas City Exp, leaves 6:00 p. in.
No, 8 Local Passencer leaves 7 mi a. m.
No. 1 Chicago Special arrives b:jo p. m.
No. 3 Spokaue Flyer arrives iomj a. m.
No. 5 Kansas City Exp. arrives 7:30a, m.
No, 7 Local Passeuger arrives 5:45 p, ui,
SubacrHi (or the Review and
Baptist church C. I,. Owen, pastor.
Sunday school nt 10 a. m. Preaching at
11 a.m. II. Y. P. U. 7 p. in. Preaching
at 8 p. nt,
Methodist church S. II. Dewart, pas
tor. Sunday school to a. tn.; preaching
at II a. m. and 8 p. m. Hpwortlt League
at 7 p. m.
Holy Cross Catholic church, Portsmouth
Station: 8:15 a, nt., low mass; 10:15 a.m.,
blgli mass; 7:30 p. tn,, vespers and bene
diction. Christian church Meets every Sunday
InTabcrnacle ns follows: Sunday school
at 10 a. m,; prcnchliiL' at It a. 111, and 8
p. tn., and Y. P. S. C. II. meeting at 7 p.m.
R, J.Johnson, pastor.
St. Andrew's Uplscopal Church Ports
mouth Rev. Dr. Van Waters, Chap
lnlti, Sunday Services 7:30 p. in. Sun
day school to a. m. Holy Communion
first Sunday lu the mouth at 11 a, tu,
Hvangcllcal church Sunday school nt
to a.m. Preaching 11 a. m. Junior K.
L. C. K. 3:30 p. m.; Senior K. L. C. E. 7
p. m. Preaching nt 8 p. tn. Chester P.
PIrst Congregational Church Q. W.
Nelson, pastor. Sunday school 10 a.
in.: preaching 11 a. m. and 7:45 P- Ml
Y. P. S. C. 11. meeting at 7 p. m. Prayer
nicctinc Thursday at 7:30 p. ut. A seat
and welcome to nil.
Rantlst Church. University Park. Rev
A. 11. WalU, pastor. Regular services
every Sunday morning nnu evening.
German Ilaptlst church Services held
each Sunday at Ilaptlst church as follows:
Kunday school 3 p, in. , prcacmng M3 p
ut. Kcv. J'nlltncat, pastor.
German Lutheran Services nt 10:45
a, tu, every Sunday morning at corner of
rcninsuia avenue ami Kiip.nncn street
University Park. All Germans of St
loll ns cordially invited to attend,
Christian Science Hall Holbrook blk
Sundays 11 a. m.; Wednesdays nt 8 p. m
COLLIER & COLLIER
Rooms In the Holbrook building.
St. Johns, Oregon.
Joseph AtcChesney, A1. D.
Day and Night Office In McChonney Mock
rnon. jrrtty vji
ST. JOHNS. - ORCOON
Dr. MARY MulflLAN
Physician nnd Surgeon.
Office lit Holbrook' lllnck.
Residence, 315 Hayes street.
Phone Scott 6995.
C. D. HOPPER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN nntl SURGKON
Olllcc First National Hank Hide,
Residence 819 Willamette boulevard
Office ninnc Kiclimoiul 1 15 1
Residence I'houe Richmond 136
Daniel 0. Webster, A. B. A. D
Residence, 697 Dawson Street
Office, Plitcr Illock
University Park, Portland, Oregon
II, S. IIUWITT
513 Situs St.
P.. S. WRIGHT
504 b. Hayes
Hewitt & Wright
CONTRACTORS and III'II.DI'.RS
Hstlmates and Plans furnished
IIOUKl'.H I'OK bam: kt. JOIINrt,OUIt,
E. B. HOLCoMb
DESIGNER AND HUILDHR
Finishing a Specialty. Estimates
426 N. Lively street, St. Joint!).
See tts for the Choicest Cuts of the Ileal
Orders Pilled and I'amlly Trade Solicited
T. P. WARD. Proprietor.
J. R. WEIMER
Transfer and Storage
We deliver your noods to and from all
parts of Portland, Vancouver, Linuton,
Portland and Suburban Hxnreki Co..
city uock anu ait points accessible uy
wagon. Piano and furniture moving
a specialty. 109 II, Ilurlington; phone
E. C. A.ONNICH
PAPER IIANUINO and PAINTINQ
1873, McKCNNA AVENUE
All St. Johns work will receive prompt
and careful attention.
No. 186 I. 0. 0. F.
ST. JOHNS, OREQON
Meets each Monday evening in Odd
Pellows hall, at 8;oo, Visitors welcomed.
P. Hill, N. G.
E, D. Holcotnb, Secretary,
Holmes Lodge No. 101
KNIUHTS OP HVTItlAS.
Meets every Friday night
at 7:30 o'clock at I.O.O.P.
hall, Visitors always wel
come. L. W.Hrun&on, C.C.
W. A. Storr.K. R.S.
Doric Lodge No. 132
F. and A. M.
tions on first and third
Wednesdays of each
month in Odd Fellows'
hall. Visitors welcome.
E. S. Harrington, Jos, McChesney,
Secretary. W. M.
CAMP 773 W. 0. W.
D. Tallman, C. C.
W. H. Swengcl, Clerk.
Preach the gospel oX St Jobna.
Do You Need a
New Set of Teeth?
If you do, wc will make you a set that
will look exactly like natural teeth
that will give your mouth and face a
DR. W. A. WISE
President and Manager.
22 Ysara Ettabllehett In Portland.
Wc will give you a good aak gold
or porcelain crown for,,.,. f 3-5
Molar Crowns 3-
11k bridge teeth 3.00
Gold or enamel fillings 1.00
Siller fillings 50
Inlay fillings of all kinds 3,50
Good rubber plates S-oo
The best red rubber plates 7.50
Celluloid plates to.uu
Painless extractions, with local ... .50
Painless extractions, with Soiuno.
form ,,..r 1.00
Painless extractions free when plates
or bridge work is ordered,
Work guaranteed for 15 years.
THE WISE DENTAL CO., Inc.
Aaalated by Dr. H. A. Huffman, Dr.
A. B. Stllaa, Dr. Van E. Bllyeu, Dr.
D.S.Bomgardnar, Dr. J. J. Plttlnger.
Tho Falling Bldg., 3d nnd Waah.Sta.,
Offleo Houri--0 a. m. to 0 p.m.
Sunday 0 to 1
Phonea A and Main 2020
IN THH CIRCUIT COURT OP TUB
statu or oitnaoN, for tub
COUNTV OF MULTNOMAH.
J. a. Urlnaoii, Plulntlff,
Km 111 a llrlnsoii, Defendant
To Bmmtt llrliiNoii, Defendant:
lu tho naiiio of tho atnto of Oro
gou, you nro hereby required to np
pear nnd nnawer tho complaint filed
itKaliiHt you In tho nbovo entitled
ault on or beforo tho -.'ird day of
July, 100U, nud you nro hereby noli,
fled thnt If you full to nnawer or
otlierwlao plead within snld tlmo, tho
plulntlff, for want thereof, will apply
tn tho court for tho relief demanded
In hi' complaint on file horeln, to
wit: For n docreo forever dissolv
ing tho bond of matrimony between
plaintiff nnd defendant nud for audi
other nnd further roller na to tho
court mny nocm equitable In tho
Th I a Hummnna la aorvod upon you
by publication thereof for a period
of six weeks, no von lasuoa, In tho St.
Johns Ituvlow, n weekly nowapaper of
senornl circulation publlahod nt 8t,
Johna, Oregon, pursuant to an order
or Honorable W. N. Galena, Circuit
Judge of tho nbovo ontltlod Court,
duly tnado and entered In this cause
on tho 6th day or Juno, 1909.
Tho dato or tho first publication or
this BumtnoiiH la Juno 11, 1909.
Tho laat publication will bo July
COLLI BR & COLLIBR,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Plant an ad. in
St. Johns Review
watch your business
AnroB Mn4ln a llrh and dcKrlptloa may
quickly aicrtim our olulon fro .OMIiir aa
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mttUinotU without ciiar, lath
iaUai uiia iiirousa wuau s t.u rveMTV
X biateomilr Ulutntad VMklr. Urnrt.
caution of tur cl.nUSa toarnal, Tm as a
rui 1 four month. L 0oM by all uvsaaalwj.
As is customary, we will charge
for card of thanks, 50c: for resolu
tions of respect, Si.co; for notices
of church or lodge entertainments,
suppers, sociables, etc., where there
are charges for admission, 5c per
line, but where there are no charges
for these events, we will break the
rule and insert them free. We
make this announcement so that
our good friends may understand
our rule in this respect.
Two houses and lots, corner Edl-
son and John streets. Lot 100x103
feet A snap. Inquire R. W. Mo-