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THE SAWMILL'S BOOKS.
They Needed Not an Auditor, but
Ulltklns froze rao with n store. "1
remember," ho went on. calmly Ignor
ing my lntcrruptluu, "one time when I
was hired to keep books for n saw
mill way up north. 'Tuns six days
by log wagon from over plnco except
In' the Infernal regions, the same belli'
n qunrter of n mllo nwny, straight
down. The durned slmplelon they sent
down to Nigger Wool settlement after
mo hnd so much business with n rou
lette denier thnt bo forgot to tell me
to get Homo otllco supplies, so when we
got to camp I found thnt the principal
equipment of my palatial .0 by 8 busi
ness apartment consisted of three lum
ber crayons. slightly shop wont, and
a Inst yenr's almanac. I got some
smooth pine bonrds and kept my books
on them with chnlk."
"How did It work" 1 nsked, Inter
ested In unite of myself.
"I.lko a chnrm," grinned Itirfklus
"until the forcmnn of gang 1 got
on n drunk one night an' slept In
the otllco nn' used up fourteen pages
of the general ledger for klndlln' wood
tho next inornlir. The company sent
up nn auditor to check over my books,
but he went back plumb disgusted
Told 'em they didn't need nil auditor
what they wanted was n carpenter
who wns handy at Jiggers. An' that
reminds mo" Uookkeeper,
Merchandise Qtaamen of the Muikokn
Lake Country In Ontario,
Among the Interesting features o
life In the Muskokn laku country, I
Ontario, nre the lloatlng stores.
good slxrd steam vessel lilted out with
every Imaginable Item of merchandise
thnt might be required makes it tour
of nn assigned chain of lakes one
cnchMveok. On n certain hour of
ccrtnlu dny the boat Is oxiwctod at
the different resorts and siinime
honies, and enough merchandise must
bo bought at each to tide over until
tho next trip of the lloatlng store.
Upon stepping on board the store
boats, says n writer In Populnr Me
clinnlcs. tho purchaser approaches
counter with scutes ami cash drnwer,
ns In any other kind of store. Ilehln
the counter nre shelves, on which lire
dlsplnycd such nrtlclps ns tuny tempt
the eye. Ilehlnd these shelves Is the
entrance to (he storeroom and hold, I
which more merchandise Is stored
Kncli article has Its place, and the
storekeeper can Unit It In a moment
Kouietluies Isolated farms on th
Inkes nro not worth slopping at every
trip, no n ting Is ttowu when stores are
desired. The store vessel drops nn
chor when the signal ting Is llown
nnd some member of the family rowi
out nnd mnkes the purchases.
Engraved dome of the Anelente.
Kiigruvcd gems are among the most
Interesting objects of art Inherited by
us from the ancients. Though many
of tho cameos nnd Intaglios went en
graved on precious stones over i-MX)
years ngo, they lire still as clear and
fine ns if they were cut yesterday
Tho designs engraved on these- stone
Indicate Hint the old (I reeks mid llo
innns regard it I tliem as charms against
accident or misfortune. This super
stltlon generally took the form of u
fondness for representation of certain
nntinnls. Hullotn affected the dolphin
because It wns believed to be the marl
tier's friend. Women, so far as llshes
were concerned, preferred the repiv
Mentation of tho proline urlngn of tho
Adriatic, which was n symbol of fruit
fulness because of the great number
of Its eggs, The nut was worn as an
emblem of Industry. Ity tho frog was
Indicated the Idea of resurrection, be
cause Hint Interesting liatnichlnu re
down Its youth each spring by shed
ding Its old skin.
Pertatnlno to Fish.
Itlesslugs on thee, little man! Oo
a-tlalilug when you can, Never mind Hie
teacher's rule not to run away from
school, Take your bait mid alder polo
nnd then hunt the deepest hole where
tho wary trmitlcls hide by the canyon
streamlet's side. You'll get licked at
homo, of course, mid you'll suffer great
remorse, but when dnddy sees your
string he'll gasp mid say, "Ity Jlngt
And his rod nnd reel he'll snatch and
start out to make a catch when your
Jacket ho doth tan. lllesslugM on you
llttlo mnn-lw Angeles Uxpress.
Clothes and the Man.
Mnn Is In some sort u slave to Ids
clothes, mid there nre many men who
dislike wearing the same clothes on
two consecutive days, more partlcu
larly the necktie, For the llrst two
or three things you look at when yuu
meet a man nre his eyes mid tils neck
tie. And there Is a sort of underlying
consciousness uh you face the morning
world that your tie must be straight
nnd clean mid new, Hut to this end
you must buy (ho cheap He mid throw
It nway with your sins before going In
bed, London Chronicle.
"What In the world liavo you got
that bill framed up there fori" wo
"Oh, thnt." sighed the btllloualro, "la
tho only dollar 1 ever earned "
Wo understood. -Tuck.
All Had Deen Ueed.
"So PluuUsvlllo'a exposition Is off?"
"We couldn't think up tio new unmo
for n midway," Chicago Record-Hcr-nld.
Most peoplo live poor to dlo rich. It
la much wiser to live rich and to lie
the Lailest Man In the World.
Would not bo contented to bo kept
in tho house nnd doing nothing by
rheums t Ism, Neither nro you, who
are always busy and active. Thou
don't neglect tho first twlngo of nn
uchu or pain that you might think is
Just a "crick." Hub well with Hal
lard's Snow Llnlmout am! no mutter
'what tho troublo Is, It will disappear
ut onco, Sold by North Dank Phar
the diamond cutter.
Hie Skill Has Much to Do With the
Brilliancy of the Qem.
When tho expert looks at a diamond
in, i-nii it'll vim In ii iiiiiiiiKiit ivIiitii It
came from mid even whether It wns
cut Intely or some years ago. He
MiovtH uy us coior wnonco u tonus,
,110-,, frnln Hint nf lw. SnlKI. Afrlr-nn
... . .. .. V. o .VIT-" . !"". '
In tho rough the diamond has little
brllllnncy. for there Is n crust thnt
must bo cut nwny before It enn nron-
crly ref met the light, nnd It Is this
timvni- nr rnfrnnllMli whlnll imil.'im I hn
ltHtll!inr-v nf il illnmntwl nlnl lina tit,
crythlng to do with Its value In the
market. Tho skill of the diamond cut-
tcr has much to do with bringing out
.. . .. .... .7 .
iiiii iiriuinncy. no imisnio mo most
he can with tho rough stone before
I, mill ,n n. Mill., no ,,.. , ni
V ' i-"""'-
tho precious weight In the stone.
Diamonds aro found In all kinds of
queer Hiinpes. ror the carbon mny bo
In nny position while being crystnlllz-
ed, nnd the net of crystnlllzntlon mny
affect only parts of that enrbon. When
the expert cutter has n rough diamond
before him he ludires nlmost Instnntlv
how It will cut to the greatest nd
vnntngu. If It Inclines to the pear
shape he will mako n penr shaped din
inoud of it. If It be square or round
the cutting will folow the natural Hues
ns closely ns possible, so that the lois
may be reduced to n minimum.
To mnkc the stone ns brilliant ns
possible the diamond cutter cuts tunny
facets no ns to refract the light from
ns tunny points ns he can. A full cut
brilliant has nt least forty-eight facets,
and so expert nre the cutters Hint they
often cut diamonds so small that It re
quires n hundred to weigh a curnt.
Unch has forty-eight facets. Cluvo-
land Plain Dealer.
The Water. Was Flnt Used by the In
diant at a "Cure."
The Hnrnlogn Springs "euro" nntC'
u 1, S .it! ?
Itoclc spring was only n bubbling
sprlnglet. drunk nt llrst by tho Indians
ns 11 iresn wnier spring, i- inuing uini
their health was Improved by the wn-
ler, they bethought them Hint It must
have medicinal qualities, and from
that time nil sick Indians were brought
to High Itoek spring for the healing
of their Ills. The "outwnrd nnd vls.
.I.. .1 ... . .
. :i '""z :i:cy
water about thu snrlmr In tho form of
. m m Li Mifn wl. ch suit ex s?
nd 1 whin it' r.J tv I, m 1
a id from which It roccl ed Its tin no
I iiiiuimii uini iMur niin.ii inu niuur
bubbles to this dny.
in irui, inu i.uiiiii'in niring u im-1
coveretl mid beenmo renowned thu I
wor d over as a saline cathartic. This,
combined with Ihu Hiiltiliiirnim Irnn
wnler of the Putnam spring, mado
Snmtoga Springs fain6us ns the lend-
lug heulth resort of Hie V tl Stntes.
,... I...... ..m I
reinaiiHier m inu iiuriy-uvu mm.
. " . ' " , ,, . '; , " "
to time, nnd nil Imvo n wldo thcrnpou.
lie iippiiciiiiou in iiie ireauneui or ni-
iiinst nil chronic dlsenscs nnd nro dt-
vlded Into four groups according to
their component parts. These groups I
tire; l lrst, Nodlc. murlnted, itlknlliio,
saline, cathartic; second, sodlc. calcic. I
murlnted, nlkiillno saline; third, clin-l
lybente; fourth, sulphur. Nntlonnl
Living Over Catacomb.
Paris, In ninny of Its districts, Is
built over the catacombs, says liar-
per's Weekly. These vnsl sublet
Ml 1. win rn phjr -
ra nea 11 chambers nnd galleries prdiluco I
thnt peculiar envernoiu sound which I
melnled roads. The streets nw then
like monstrous drums beating funeral I
..... .1 .1... a. I
iiiarciics in i no grave over uiai vunc i
common grave or ten centuries or
rarisiaus wttii its millions or sKeieton
',,., ...... I. ,, II, .1.. 1..ll.l I, .... on I
(.Mi,, Slltl, .1, !,(,,& (II.I.t ,IUIMIV UUUIIU
at II,,. eorner of the Itmileinnt Una.
Mil. which many an American artist
unmi leiiieiiiiivr innn ma suiui'iii unyn,
iietually has n private staircase lead
i ... - . a a i
iiik ! me vauicoiium irom iwneaiu n
hermetlcnlly closed stone slab just It.
front of the doorstep.
Lincoln as He Knew Him.
Asked under Hie civil service rules
tu write what he know nlmut Abra-
nam i.iucoin. an applicant ror uio po-1
lice force of New York wrote; I
Abraham Lincoln was born In Ken-
lucky nl n very enrly nge. Ills father
moved the family to Ohio, tlontlug
down the Mississippi. If he had not
tieeu uilliM by n murderer lie might be
. . ,,- 'v
living today, llo was mi intelligent
man und could easily hav
dent of .New York
"What's the matter with you?" de
maiidid llorem hotly. "I've got n
right tu ulr my opinions, unvcu't 1?"
"I havo decided to suspend your son
tence," the Judge began.
"l or the lord's sake, Judge, you
don't meun to say lifting a few I
Cim-KCUS IS II IIIIIIglllK HHUIIT. iew
"I rather pride myself on one thing,"
said the young father, "Although I
have the brightest, smartest, cutest,
best youngster I ever saw, I never
uriig "ouui nun. -uniieas uny llav.
DISAGREEABLE AT HOME.
Lots of men and women who aro
ni-r,tt!lll1. with itllinru ...i K,niilfv'l
. bvk v,......,
homo. Its not disposition, its tho ,
liver. If you find In yourself that
ou feel cross around tho house, little
I ...... I
thiugs worry you, Just buy a bottle "
of llallurd's llerblno and put your
liver iu shape,
You and ovorybody
around you will
feol better for It.
rlco CO cents per bottle, Sold by
North Uauk Pharmacy. I
Oh, of course," replied Urlghtly. n r inoiy 01 . sum, u e- -. -h-; J.fh ftJ," In fifteen minutes and soon
"i ey re so sin t nnu musty ney cer- - -r - - -j " ;oT0"f" joints and drain tile; macadam 12 entirely" For sale by all
iiu.iiy ueru miiiiciiiiiiu ui uiai Bun. i . ' . . . . .-1 ...i.i i..t,o.,n.. n t,.. .inmii .
IMillmli.lnlil.i lr.- PIOCH O'. TOai eSUUO, Or BO lllUCIl ,v" "" ii-uwimu " ..v.-, igmvo.
"iiiiuiipiiw inss. thereof ns will bo necessary to pay lllds must bo strictly In accordance
Proposals for Street Work,
Scaled proposals will bo received
ut tho otllco or mo Jiueoruer or inu
city of St. Johns Oregon, until 4
?lclock. 0" 1,10 24th 'lay of Aug.,
.,,, -, ,i, .0i iim n nr.
uu n.iuuw ...w ....w
a.... I,..,. ,. It,., nnat linn nf llfluna
lY "" v""v
Blreot by placing Bamo 10 suugrauo
ns Biiown uy promo uicrcor, nnu oy
mncadamlaliiK full width from Jersey
street to lvanhoo street, nnd n strip
1 10 feet wldo from lvanhoo to HnycH
street. Said Improvement to bo
mado as provided by resolution dntcd
I nOIHOmUOr II. J 'JUS. nnu IHIICUUIllli
laid as nrovided by Ordlnnnco No.f(,ni wlitn Pnit in liner street.
of tho city of St. Johns. Also lll(lB mugt i,c atrictly In nccordanco
1 t.n,..f ...nil 1 l nut UMiln fttll...i. i . ...til. ...lie t...
lu Vr" . . i
f 011 ,bI(1 rf a''1 "lr0,t fl i?
back from Jorsoy street to center
i , ... . ,n ,,, Aibtltlnn.
hV.T n i. in , , I.
: - --.
nccoruauco to mo pinns, promo """
unneirinntlnnn nf thn city one neor now
0n fllo In tho office of tho city re
Unch bid must bo accompanied by
n certified check pnyablo to tho
mnyor for n sum not less thnn ten
Pr com or mo coiurnci price, nnu
no bid will Do coiiBiuereu unicsB nc-
eoiniiiiiiiuu uy bulu cuutn, nnu uiiu"
blnnks furnished by thu city recorder
lor sucn puriiosu,
Snld improvement must bo com
pleted on or boforo October 25th,
Tho right to reject any and all
bids Is hereby reserved.
Tho estimated cost of said improve
mcnt Is $818,57.
Uy order of tho city council,
A. M. EHSUN,
.1 I ,1 I .1 1 M. I fl I
i uuiibhcu III 1110 di. juiiiib iwYiun,in. ,i,n nff - f ii,,. Hernnlnr nf tho
August 0, 13, 20, 1009.
Proposals For Street Work
. . . Ill
neilieu lirOIIOSIlia Will OU lutoiliu
at tho office of tho city recorder
thu city Of St. Jolins. Oregon, Ulltll
I o'clock p. m AugiiHt 21, 1009, for
tho Improvement of Hast Ilurllngton
Hlroul .t0 c,n8,l1,l" ?r, K,ull0,?K
3trool ,y Hldownklng nnd by lower-
t,g tho street to sub grndo and ma-
cniiniuixitiK tho samo wiinoui a sami
binder, Hitld macadam to bu twelve
Inches deep In tho conter of struct
md tapering to a depth of six Inches
"i iu er c , m jho '"'""-'
v'll'I by Ordlnnnco No. 102 and tho
' "rl" " '" "
with tho mans, nron u mm specuicn-
ln,.tl,u "lco or 11,0 .clly rucVruor .
. 8t'"1,,1ra, vroyoaalt mny bo mndo
f"C 0,t !.r "IbU "?' Jl,,nB or
sldownlklng Included In snld Improve-
ineni, linen iiiii tiiusi no nccouipniiieu
by a certified check paynblo to tno
iiiiiyur lr " mini nut lean iiiuii tun
percent of tho contract price, mid no
hid will bo considered unless uccoui-
Pllllled by Hlicll check, mid lipoll
''I'"" furnished by tho city recorder
'"r "-" i'unu.
. ttU 'lrovon out m st bo com
IIIUIUI1 Ull til UL'IUIU WtlUUUI Ifw,
T, ... , . , , w
Is horoby reserved.
Tll0 uStimt0 C0Hl 0f said Improvo
nnnt rt 8t)3.l7.
uy order of tho council,
a. M. KSSON.
Published In thu St.Johns Ituvlow,
August G, 13, 20, 1009,
Notice to Contractors
Boated bids will bu received by tho
mvimvii 1 1 u tl 1 1 wu iwvvevvu
llonrd of Directors of Schmil District
No, 2. St. Johns, orogon, until tno
-'c"1 ,my or
AUK., wuj, tor mo utol;
certified chock nnynblo to "School
" - . I
District No. 2, St. Johns, Oregon,"
for tho num of 1500.00. or 2 nor cent
IUU III II b kllU .UHIH,,U ,,.,
an ani.roved bond caual to 60 nor
cent of tho contract within ten days
,,n..r II,.. nwnnl nv nf Hi,. fnnrni
after tho nwnrdlng of tho contract.
All til.la I.ii.lI lik tmiiln ri nit I
ii 1 3 ii ic iirniiDsma rnr inn niiiuu. iiuiiiicui
k e. a... ! a.l
4 1 14 U IVi 1 1 f It V SelMUU w 14 fc wt I
- , . ,,:.- .rrinir:.7. tf0 n . ii0
hd "tt ' vv ft?"onnnHy.n",l!
fli'iitlmiu timv lin nrnn n thn ftrhnnl I
Clork's offlco St. Johns.
Tho board reserves tho right to
reJect any and all bids.
jiy order of School Hoard No. 2.
j, i;. ta.mju,
Published In tho St, Julius Uuvlew,
August 12th und 20th, lyoj,
Treasurer S Sale Ol
Notice Is hereby given that I will
on Monday, tho 30th day of August,
I'lO'l nt thn lmiir nf 10 nVlnrk n in.
seP rt tho trout door tf tho City
I balance- of assessment. Interest nnd
costs agnlnst samo; I
St. Johns Heights Addition Lots
I, 2 mid 3, block 19; balance duo
1 2 and 3, block 19; bulanco duo
Said sum against tho property la I
UIIU iuiiduii Ul (ibhuooiiiciu iuvvu
upon the city Hen docket of the city
or St. jonus on tno luiu iiay or Juno
J. E. TANCII.
l. ' HUimurer Ul Ol. juiiun.
l'lihllshml In tint St. loliiw liiivlmv- I
August 0, 13, 20, 27, 1909.
uimuuicu ounc trea uuttcu
"For twonty years 1 suffered from
u bnd case ot granulated soro eyes,"
says .Martin lioya ot Henrietta, Ky.
"In February, 1003, a geutleuian
, , ,u "f -""""""" "".
l bought 0110 box and used about two
wiirus oi ii nuu my ujvs " "i
la 1 1 k
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Subscribe for tho St. Johns Review
and koop posted on tho doings ot
tho city, lacy.
Proposals For Street Work
Sealed proposals will be received
n Uin officn nf thu Recorder of tho
cty 0f St. Johns, until Tuesday
August 31, 1909, at 7 o'clock, p. m.
.... . . . b..,i,.,.. n..-
, iu(J niivui ITUIM lllu OUUUIUj 1 line Ul
I . ... vt .1... ..
1 IO U1U tH UlUI ly imp IK
,a glrcet Ule mnnner provided by
Ordinance No 217 subject to tho pro
vlnlmm nf tin. rhnrtnp nmt nrrlln
Unens nf hn Cltv nf St. Johns, nnd
ti,n nstlmntn nf thn cltv enclncnr.on
fit,, whloh rorinlrPB n.fnnt eomnnt
walks, comcnt curb with expansion
I Inlulo ntwl ilrnln ni mnrni nm 1''
Pv" vnmca oiaiiKB, wiucii win ou
furn 8ho?, on nPcotlon nt ho office
r 11,., itornn p nf tlm rltv nf St.
1"7 T...:..' . "..7.V
J," " '"'iX .
' "v ' "
from tho dnto of closing bids,
v.. mno,,ia - i,i,i in i,n mn
Ul.i..r..it nnlonu nrrnmnniileit bv n per.
tlf letl check paynblo to tho order of
t10 jjnyor of tho city of St.Johns,
certified by n responslblo bnnk for
al, nmount oqunl to ten per cent of
ti,0 nBRrcgnto proposnl.
Tll0 rKUt ,0 roject nny nnd nil
uius Is Hereby rosorvou,
1)y mior ot tno Cty Council,
A. M. ESSON,
Published In tho St, Johns Hovlow,
ugust 13, 20 mid 27, 1909.
Proposals for Street Work
I a.mln.l n..nonl ullt l,n mrill,,,!
I mJVU I.U'UBI.ID , ,1, MJ VJ.U.-v.
clty of s, Jolin untu Tuesday
AUgUSl ill, 1UUU, 111 I OCIOCK, p. 111.
for tho improvement of South Ores-
ham atrcot from tho Southerly lino of
IJiichnnan street to tho North lino or
Ida street In tho manner provided by
n.,1 nitiiiin K? MT.I uilllnn In Mm tipn.
1 W l J V V. v .u ... v
v . - n l,n C mrliip nm nr, n.
Unces of tho City of St. Johns, nnd
,l. .llmln nt H.n rllv nnirlnonr nn
mt)i w,ch rcilre8 n-foot comont
. url nuchminn to Uurr
cross walks and box gutter; 12-fc
g.r limcnjm uuehnnan to Hi
troot. uucnnnnn 10
1Iis ,nuat n(rct)y n nccordanco
w(tl t r n toct blanks, which will bo
frHlt,,j on nppllcn'tlon nt tho office
nf Ul0 i0COru-0P of t,0 cty 0f 8t.
Johns. And snld Improvement must
)m co,np0tud on or Ueforo CO days
rrom tho (Into or closing uius.
v ..Pnn.iu 1,1.1. v III Itn rnn
aomuuiied w .
tlfled chock paynblo to tho order of
10 lMliyor 0 t'ho cly of stJohns,
certified by n responslblo bunk for
Binolint'onunl to tea per cent of
(0 ,KKroKnt0 proposnl.
Tnu rgnl (0 reject ny nnd nil
bids Is horoby reserved.
Uy order of thu City Council,
A. M. KSSON,
Published In tho St. Johns llovlow,
,ugust 13, 20 mid 27, 1009.
Proposals for Street Work
Sealed proposals will bo received
at tho offlco of tho Recorder of the
cltv of St. Johns. until Tuesday
August 31, 1000, at 7 o'clock, p. m.l
for tho Improvoinunt of Mohnwk
street from tho West Unu of Jersey
street to tho West lino of Willis
boulevnrd In tho manner provided by
Ordlnnnco No 250 subjoct to tho pro.
visions of tho Charter nnd Ore! 1 11
niices of tho City of St. Johns, nnd
tho estlmntu ot tho city englncor.oii
... 111 I
u root comoni
.,1 . iio. t S u
And said linprovoment must
-vw t-ewe w i w j we, m b .
Uo completed on or beforo CO days
rA. ii.a ,lnln r Alnalnn lililu
",u """ .
. i'r"i""i "r unu. uu
. ... . . n . ,I.m.. I
t,,u .."W".' & ' clty.. .of StJohns,
. . !?0? 'w aJl."5
" "uiouiu vuuhi w ieu per
" Mlimuill V1UW IU IVU UWI win u.
lU tlbblVKIUV llUllUil
. . . .
1 Ilil riLFIII I II rtlUtI!L UI1V II IIU
b Ids Is hereby reserved,
Uy order of tho City Council.
A. M. KSaON,
Published In tho St. Johns Ituvlow,
August 12, 20 and 27, 1909.
Proposals for Street Work
Sealed proposals will bo received
nt tho offlco of tho Hecorder of tho I
city of St. Johns, until Tuesday
August 21, 1909, ut 7 o'clock, p. in.
tho improvement or soutn Hayes i
from tho South lino of Iluchaii.l
un Biivei io mo iiormerty una "
.... a ... 4 1. VT 1. ..-1 I
Ida street in tho manner provided by
Ordinance No. 218 subject to the pro-
visions of tho Charter and Ordln-lcured
aiices Of tllU City Ol bt. JOIII1S, ttllUlnulcklv ns nosslblo and eava thn hab
estimate of tho city ' ensineor.on I
with printed blanks, which will be I
furnished 011 application at the offlco
of tho Hecorder of tho city of St
Johns, And said Improvement must
Johns, And said Improvement must I
bo completed on or before 60 days I
from tho date of closing bids. I
.'.u iiiutitiauiO Ul u.uo u vu..-l.
suiered unless accompanied by a cor-r"
uueu cnecK payauio 10 1110 oruer oii"
tno .Mayor ot the city or M.Jonns
certified by a responsible bank for
i i..umu d.Ui in Fl win
Ilin nuL'ri'LMitn nrnnnsnl. I
thn nciiretrntn nrnnnsnl
Tho right to reject any and all
lilila tu 1inr.))iv raertpvitil I
y order of tho City Council.
A. M. EaSON.
Published In tho St. Johns Review,
August 13, 20 and 27, 1909.
BABY MORPHINE FIENDS
are made by all soothing syrups and
baby medicines that contain opium
unit nnrrnllpH Mi-Rm' rtahw Kllxir
contains no Injurious or narcotic
drugs of any kind. A sure aud safe
cure for disordered stomachs, bowels
and frotfulncss splendid for teething I
Infants, Sold by North Bauk Pharm-Maid's
Unlit of the product of the
PACIFIC BRICK & MARBLE CO.
ELBRAM MANTLE BRICK
Silica Pressed Hrlck, Clny llrlck, Hlbrnm Sanitary Ilasc Ilonrds,
Ulbram I'loor Tile. Klhram Waluacontliig, Out Side Cliimncy anil 1'aclng llrlck,
nil riuui i iiw, jiuiuiu iviiiii;
Sand, Gravel and Cement.
401 Corbet llld'g., Portland
Phone Main 5399
J. E. Williams
- - -
fij.oo to f 135.00 Cnh or Initallmciits
at PORTSMOUTH DRUG CO. the only agency for phono,
graph supplies 011 the PcnliiMila,
Indcitnictablc records 4 minute record Double record 1 tunes for the
cost of one.
We take old nnd broken records In exchange for new.
PORTSMOUTH DRUG COMPANY
804 DAWSON STKHI'.T C. W. Bowhny, Mgr.
A. 11. 1IKMSTOCK
UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING
Full tin of Robe, Caskets, eta,, kept In etoek
Office riione Wooltawn 174
KtilJciice I'lione Wuwllawii 31a
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Loulso Keognn fcstnto.
I Notice Is hereby given thnt tho
1 un(0raRIU,d administrator of tho o
ot LouUo Keognn, doceased, linn
filed his final account In tho County
"our of a o'clock of tno forenoon of
said day, In tho court room of said
. . . .
court, lias uooii appointed uy Bnm
I , , , ,(
hoarlug objections thereto,
Wchnrd H. Koogan,
Administrator ot tho estato of LouUo
Win. A. Munly, Attorney.
First publication July 23. 5t.
Cholera Infantum Cured,
"Something llko two yours ago my
baby, which was then about a year
old, was taken sorlously ill with chol
era Infantum, vomiting and purging
piofusely, writes J, P. Dompsoy ot
DemiiBoy. Ala. I did what I could
... ,n., i, i,nt ,ti.t ho nn,r
. ,.. ,. . .
M"u uu," vr "UKU u uuuv
her wont for a physician but failed tc
find one, bo came back by Elder llros,
,i,i nh.l,Ari.l.,ia mil. ri.M.
w , . , ...
ra d Diarrhoea remedy I p
a bottle ot It, went homo
of (bQ reraody( u reUevea uer
TO WATER USERS,
Water used through hose for
sprinkling yards or sidewalks or
washing windows must be paid for
n,Jvnn , 11H.i n ..A.,n
u u u a. m.
iaua 9 p. m. It must not be used for
iDrlnkllni - streets. Anv on iislns?
Pfmtr.irv to thPH r.ilpa
wasieiuuy, win oe snut otr wmioni
flirthi iiaIIoa It nnll In nilvnnn
fnr thn mnntha of .Tnn .Inlir AiiEimt
Und September entitles the user to
waer tor this purposo until January
1, 1910. St. Johns Water Works and
Lighting Co., P. II. Edlefsen. Super
ACTIVE AT 87.
This would ha unnsiial nous If mnn
nd women would keep themselves
free from rheumatism aud all aches
laud pains as well as keeping their
muscles aud Joints limber with Dal
Snow Liniment, For salo by
(North Bonk Pharmacy,
Kvcrytliliitf strictly high class
St. Jolins, Oregon
Phone Richmond 641
...... 818 North Jersey
St. Johns Land Company
nitn. It, HKMKTOCK
UNIVI'.KSITY PARK, OHHOO.V
Sand and Gravel
I have made arrangements with
the Pacific Dridge Co. for wash
ed river gravel nnd sand in tin
limited quantities. Contractors
figuring on street work or ou
building would do well to see me
and get prices. Hunkers are lo
cated at foot of Newton street,
opposite the site for the new
school building in East St. Johns.
Phone Woodlawn 1 194.
L. D. Jackson
The Best Obtainable
Cosiest place in town. JJring
your friends around aud treat
them to something fine. Get
our rates for church parties,
socials, etc. Note the big yel
103 N. Jersey St.
Anrone Mnillnc a ikllrh end deicrlr Inn may
nnlekl AAMrl&ln nur oniuiou tra L,ahr
lnindon U probablr flfiiiabfa. Ciu.uudIc.
ancv fur ftcurin l- ilenUL
lAtttiit tAken tbrnush lluun A I
f ecial aotlM. without charge, la the
A haadaom tlr Ulaatnted weeklr. Jmtr
culatloa of anr artemisa journal. Tarma. te a
Taar 1 (nur uocuia, IL Sou tiyal navadaalare.
It's Luck to Smoke Puck
The Better than Ec Cigar
Tho Cigar In the Grecu Box
Preach tho gospel of St. Johns.
llaiitlst church C. L. Owen, pastor.
I Sundflv school at 10 a. m. PrcachInK at
111 a.m. 11, Y. P. U. 7 p. m. Preaching
I at 8 p. m.
1 Mi.ttwiitUt rluirch S. If. Dcwart, pa-
tor. Sunday school 10 n. m.; 'preaching
nt 1 1 a. m. and 8 p. m. Kpworth League
at 7 p. 111. ,
Holy Cross Catholic church, Portsmouth
Station: 8:ts a. m., low mass; 10:15 a.m.,
high mass; 7:30 p. 111., vespers and bene
Christian church Meets every Sunday
in Tabernacle as follows: Sunday school
nt 10 a. 111.; preaching at it a. in. aud 8
p. m., and Y. P. S. C. K. meeting nt 7 p.m.
R. J. Johnson, pastor.
St. Andrew's Uplscopal Church Ports
mouth Rev. Dr. Van Waters, Chap-
Intn. MiiihIhv Services 11XO V. 111. Suil-
day school to a. m. Holy Communion
, first Sunday In the month at tt a. m.
! Uvangcllcnl church Sunday school at
to n. tu. Preacliliur 1 1 a. in. Junior K.
L. C. K. 3iio p. m.; Senior K. L. C. H. 7
p. m. Preaching at 8 p. m. Chester P.
Plrst Congrcgntlonnl Church 1. W.
Nelson, jwstor. Sunday school to a.
in.; preaching tt a. in. and 7:4s !' "
Y. P. S. C. It. meeting at 7 p. m. Prayer
meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. 111. A scat
and welcome to alt.
llnptist Church, University Park. Rev.
A. 11. Waltr., pastor. Regular services
every Sunday morning and evening.
German llaptist church Services held
each Sunday at llaptist church as follows:
Sunday school a p. 111., preaching at 3 p.
111. Rev. Paltmcat, pastor.
German Lutheran Services at 10:45
a. m. every Sunday morning at comer oi
Peninsula avenue and Kitpntrick street,
University Park, All Germans of St.
Tohns cordially invited to attend. C.
Christian Science Hall Holbrook bile.
Sundays 11 a. 111,; Wednesdays at 8 p. m,
COLLIER & COLLIER
Rooms in the Holbrook building.
St. Johns, Oregon.
Joseph AlcClicsncy, M. D.
Day and Night Office In McClietney Ulock
Phone Jittey 9SI
ST. JOHNS, - OROaON
Dr. MARY Mac LA til LAN
Physician and Surccon.
OfTicc In Holbrook's Ulock.
Residence, 115 Hayes street,
Phone Scott O995.
Daniel 0. Webster, A.B.At. D.
Residence, 697 Dawson Street
Oflicc, l'lltcr Ulock
University Park, Portland, Oregon
Office Phone Woodlnwn 703
Res. Phone Woudluwn 1655
D. E. HOPKINS
Office hours from 9 to 13 111.
t to 5 p. in. 7 to 8 p. in.
63: DawMii Street, Univkh.iitv Pakk
II. S. HUWITT
512 Silas St.
It. S. WRIGHT
504 S. Hayes
Hewitt & Wright
CONTRACTORS AND 11UILDP.R8
I'.stlumtes and Plans Purnlshcd
IIOUSI'.S I'OK HAM! HT, JOHNS, OH It,
E. B. HOLCOMB
DKSIONKR AND MJILDKR
Finishing a Specialty. Kstlmntes
436 N. Lively street, St. Jolins.
See ut for the Choicest Cuts of the nest
Orders Pilled and Pamlly Trade Solicited
T. P. WARD, Proprietor.
Transfer and Storage
We deliver your eoods to and from all
parts of Portland, Vancouver, Llnuton,
Portland and Suburban Kxprcsa Co..
city dock and all points accessible by
wacou. Piano anal furnltur movlna
a specialty. 109 H, llurllngton; phone
No. 186 I. O. O. F.
ST. JOHNS, OREQON
Meets each Monday evening in Odd
Fellows hall, at 8:00. VUilors welcomed.
V. IIIII, N. G.
C. P. Gates, Secretary.
Holmes Lodge No. 101
KNIQIITS OF PYTHIAS.
Meets every Friday niuht
at 7:30 o'clock at I.O.O.K,
hall. Visitors always wel
come. D. 1', Horman, 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 iu Odd Fellows'
hall. Visitors welcome.
E, S. Harringtou, Jos. McChesney,
secretary. W. M.
CAMP 773 W. O. W.
D. Tallmau, C. C.
W. 12. Swengel, Clerk.
Mail arrives at St. Johns at 7:10 a, m.
and 1:15 p. m.
Leaves at 10:30 a. in., and 4145 p. m
Office open week days from 6:45 .
to 6:10 p. m, Sundays from 9 to 10 a. m.