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THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW
FneliahAd Every Friday
At 117 Wast Burlington Stroot.
BY A. W. MARKLE
in Saint Johns, Oregon, as mall mntter
of the second class under the Act of Con-
greaa of March 3, 1879.
Jo Prlntlnf txteaUd In flrsl-elsM siyls.
nilli for Je Printing etih on dllrrr.
All eotamnnlastlons ibonld b ddrn4 to
Tli BrUw, nt, Johns. Onion.
Adrcrtlslng rstss, 11.00 pir Inch pr month.
All sdfsrtlilnc bllli psstl flrit of ch
OflUiU Mtwtsspsr ef th City st t 7 km.
Subiorlptlon prise $1.00 ptr year.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1909.
Saturday evening, Oct. 30, being
Hallow' ecu eve, the night when nil
Witches nml Wizards weave their
mystic spell. Miss Dlanchc Ivdlcf-
sen and Miss Marie Fnlb enter
tallied a party of young people nt
tlic Home ot Air. nml Mrs. P. II.
Edlcfscn, 316 Fillmore street.
The house was tastefully decora
ted, with many luted Autumn
leaves, and an abuiidauccof Oregon
Grape and Ecru. On the curtains
susiHitided above an ornimc back
ground, grinning countenances of
black witches could be sccii;iunum
crablc pumpkin jack o' lanterns
furnished n pale yellow light for the
Doth boys and girls appeared
promptly nt 8:30 dressed as ghosts
and chanting a mystic dirge, danced
nbout the fateful witch-fire, after
which each in turn told "who was
who ami why." Introductions fol
lowed , after which the usual Hal
loween games were played.
Miss King, who exhibited the
greatest haste in eating an apple
succcssmiiy won the pumpkin
prize, while Dr. Scott displayed un
usual ability as an artist in sketch
iug"Sccncsol hlsChlldhood Days."
About IU30, pauotiche, cake
and ice cream were served, follow
ing which, hasty adieus were taken
and a grand rush made for the
much belated car. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Edlefsen,
Misses Tuthill, King, Richardson,
Carlson, Autzen, Hriiiginaii Cor
nell, O'Oara, and Guy King, Tom
Atit7.cn, Dr. J. V. Scott, G. Falb,
Arthur King, Alfred Clark, Dr.
E. I. Peterson.
provo Hint n noKloeted cold or coukIi
tmtn tlio Iiiiikh In no Imcl n condition
Hint coiiHiiiiipiioa Koriim find a fur
tllo flold for fastonliiK on 0110. Stop
(ho coimli JumI iih Moon 11 h it iippcnrH
with llullard'H llorohnund Hymn.
HoothoH tlio torn nnd Inflninod tissuui
nml iiiiiI(ch you woll tiKiiln. Hold iy
North Dunk Pharmacy.
In 1804 there was not n Christian
Science building in America or the
world. Since then beautiful church
edifices have sprung up by the hun
drcds in the United States, and at
no time has the activity in this di
rcction been greater than to-day.
This inicht, however, be the fact
and yet not prove that the doctor is
wrong. AH historians know that
when a religion has made peace
with the secular spirit, has become
popular, rich, and powerful,
through co-operation with the
Mammon of unrighteousness and
comformity to the world's desires,
cathedrals and churches, marked by
wealth and splendor, frequently rise
on every hand long after tlic vital
fires of true religion have died down
in the hearts of the people. But
this is never the case when a rclig
ion holds the moral and spiritual
enthusiasm of its believers so in its
cra.sp that the churches arc crowd
cd on ordinary occasions and when
the service is such as would not at
tract those not under the compul
siou of its spiritual teachings, and
especially when all extcrualism or
attempts to draw, Hold, and impress
tlic imagination by splendid ritual,
form, rite, and the aid of eloquence
from the pulpit arc absent.
Here we have a true and safe
test of the real status of a church,
and surely no one conversant with
the facts will claim that there is
any other religious body that (lis
plays anything like the strong
spiritual enthusiasm or that living
faith that fills n church with its fol
lowers without any external appeal,
that is round in the Christian bci
ciicc denomination at the present
day in the United btatcs. In I3os
ton, if r c will go to the weekly
prayer ctiugs in nil the splendid
churches in the Hack Day district,
and then will wcud his way to the
First Church of Christ, Scientist, in
the same locality, with its seating
capacity of over five thousand, he
will find what has for the past few
years been the source of continual
amazement to strangers; that while
the other churches have small, scat
tering congregations, in this church
will be found every Wednesday
evening thousands upon thousands
of earnest men and women. So on
Sunday; here it is found necessary
to hold two identical services in or
der to accommodate those who de
sire to attend. Yet persons conver
sant with the facts know that it
would be difficult to conceive of a
service that is so innocent of all ex
ternal attractions or those things
that other churches feel it necessary
to indulge in in order to draw and
hold the public. What is true of
Boston is enttally true of New York,
Chicago, and other great centers
where Christian beience lias gained
n foothold. By F. O. Flower, in
Twentieth Century Magazine.
The people of St. Johns are be
ginning to realize that when they
want good meat the very best the
market affords that at Bitgood &
Cole's is the place to get it. Their
business is steadily improving day
by day, and it is another proof that
merit always wins in the cud. If
you have not yet "fallen in line"
now is the time to begin. A trial
order is all that is required. Begin
and a Child's Life
"It ufforda mo groat pleasuro to
add my testimony to that of tlio
thousands who hnvo hoon benefited
by Chamberlain's Cough Itcmcdy.
.My child, Andrew, when only tlireo
yours old wan tnkon with 11 novvro
attack of croup, nnd thanks to tlio
prompt use of Chamberlain's Cough
Hatnody hlr was saved nnd to
day ho Is n robust and honlthy boy,"
says Mrs. A. Coy, Jr., of Han An
tonio, Texas. This remedy has boon
In uro for ninny years. Thousands of
mothers keep It nt hiiml, and It has
never been known to fall. For salo by
all good 'druggists.
Your Little ones
might need tour.
MONEY rnSOME DAY
WT IT IN THCJBANK
Portland GAS ComPany
ST. JOHNS BRANCH
OFFICE 110 S.Jersey St.,
Phones. Private Ex. 26. A, 6274.
phone Richmond 1561
REPRESENTED BY D. ENGLANDER
AND F. L. BABCOCK
OFFICE OPEN 8 A. M. TO 8 p. M.
If you were to die today would you leave be
hind helpless little children? The ONE way to
kmma them from naad Is to SAVE PART of tha
money you make. Plant it in our bank; it will I J
We will pay you three per cent interest on the If"
moniv vou nut In our bank and eomnaunri tha lntaiaat I
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every six months.
TWICE the Light for HALF the Cost
of Any Other Light. CHEAPER for
Cooking and Heating Than Any
BUY OR SULL
Dairy or Chicken
Form. Hoc, Dairy or
Ranch. Orchard or Timber One
acre or thousands. It will pay you
to consult Ilartniau & Thompson,
Chamber of Commerce, Portland,
Ore. Kdwin Hooker, Mgr. Farm
$850 TAKE8 THEM.
Tlio two lots, Dux 100 each, corner
Jersey und Wall street, South Ht.
Johns, nnd on tint highest und sight
Host building spot In the addition nro
offered for sniu. The price for tlio
two Is 8.10. See It. SV. McKeon. lite.
Must vacate. Mllllnory stork and
fixtures to bo closed out In 30 days.
401 Bouth Jersey stroot. O. 1. Wol
Preach tlio gospel of St. Johns.
MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
St. Johns, Oregon
Good Cough Medicine for Children
and Orown Folks, Too.
"Wo could hardly do without Cham
borlaln's Cough Itemody," says Airs.
Flora Uespaln of Uloyd, Ky. "I found
It to bo so good for Uio croup nnd
hnvo used It for years. I can heartll)
recommend It for coughs, colds and
croup In children nnd grown folks,
too." Tlio above shows the Implicit
confldonco that many mothers placo
In Chnmborlaln's Cough Itemody, i
conlidonco based on ninny years' ex
porlenco In tho uso of It. No ono
noed hesitate Id uso this roinedy for
It contains no chloroform, opium or
other narcotics nnd may bo given to
n child as conflduntly as to an adult.
For side by all good druggists.
Smokeless HotClean. No splitt
ingno splinters. Contains 90 per
cent, of the heating value of wood,
without any water
Orderfrom HENDRICKS & HORSMAN
i n S. Jersey Street. Phone Jersey 102 1.
The Last Frontage Along the West Side of the Williamette
Fifty lots directly across the river on St. Helens and Germantown roads;
five cent fare to Portland.
Prices $300 and up; terms Five Dollars down and Five Dollars per month;
liberal cash discount.
R. H. BLANDING, Agent, Whitwcod Station
The Grncc Church Male Chorus
together with the Quartet will ren
der n musical program Sunday eve
ning, Nov. 14, the program as fol
lows: Fear Not O' Israel Qunrtet
It is the Lord's Own Day Park
When He Gets His Loved
Ones to Sleep I'nrk
Still, Still with Thee,
Solo, Mr. Montgomery
Crossing the Uar Crowley
Prof. W. M. Wilder
Promise of Life Cowcn
Rocked in the Cradle of
the Deep Parks
My Faith Looks tin to Thee
Now the Day is Over Osten
Prof. W, M. Wilder, Organist
and Choirmaster. All are invited.
ORDINANCE NO. 267
AN OKDINANCK IMPOSING I'HN-
Dissolution of Partnership
Notice is hereby given that the
'.partnership heretofore existing by
AtvriKS 1'OR INSISTING I'O- ,l between J. F. Hendricks and
A Hair's Dreadth Escape.
Do you know that every tlmo you
havo a cough or cold nnd let it run
on thinking it will Just euro Itself
you are Inviting pnoumonin, con
sumption or sonio other pulmounry
trouble? Don't risk u. Put your
lungs back iu perfect health und stop
that cough with llallard's llorohound
Syrup. Price oc, POo und $1.W per
bottle. 8old by North Bunk Pharmacy.
For Halo Square Chaso plana In
first class condition, flno tono and
recently tunod. Prlco $75, f IS down
and balance on terms to responsible
party. Call 629 8, Ivauhoo stroot.
UCl? OIUMCKKS, OR KM'USING
TO ASSIST POMCK Ol'l'lCHKS
IN DISCHARGE 01' THUIR DU
TIHS, OR l'OR ANY PHRSON AS
JUSTING ANOT1IHR WHO IS IN
CUSTODY OR UND15R ARRUST
OR IN MAKING AN HSCAPU.
The City of St. Johns does ordnlu as
Thnt tiny pennon or jcrsons who shall
resist u peace oflicer, or who shitll refuse
to assist it Kace otlicer In the dlsclmrL'c
of his duties, or who shall by any menus
wimtcver nut or ussisi any person in cus
tody upon the charge of u violation of n
City ordinance iu his endeavor to escape
from such custody, whether such escape
be affected or not, shall be deemed guil
ty ol mis-deuieauor mid shall, on eon
victlou thereof in the municipal court of
the City of St. Johns, be fined not less
than fij.oo or more than fico.io, or
Mian ue imprisoned not more man nine
ty days, or both such fine and imprison'
ment at the discretion of the court.
Passed by the Council November 9
Approved by the Mayor November
J. 1', HUNDKICKS,
A. M. HSSON,
Published iu the St. Johns Review,
Nov. 13, iyoy,
A Peculiar Wrench
of tho foot or anklo may produce u
very serious uprulu, A sprain Is
moro palntul than a break. In nil
sprains, cuts, burns and scalds llal
lard's Snow Liniment is tho best
thing to uso. Helloves the pain In
stantly, rouuecs swohiug, Is a per
fect antiseptlo and heals rapidly,
Prlco 25c, 50a nnd .00. Sold by
North Qauk Pharmacy,
D. F. Horsmnti in the grocery bus
iness iu the city of St. Johns, Mul
tnomah county, Oregon, is hereby
dissolved by mutual consent. J. F
Hendricks assuming all liabilities
of the firm and to collect all ac
counts now due or to become due
the firm of Hendricks & Horsmau.
Dated this 6th day of Novem
J. F. Hendricks
I). F. Horsmau
Have You Got $25.00?
I can sell you a brand new :
room plastered house, with bath
room and pantry, best plumbing, in
a fine residence district for 1 25. 00
down, nnd $10 per mouth. This
property is not far from the North
bank depot, the coming district of
the Peninsula. 1 his house will
rent at present for 1 10 per mouth.
Price only $1000, Why pay reut
when you can buy on such terms
and own your own home. See
owner at once, 90S Portland Honk
How is Your Title?
Have your abstracts made, con
tlnued or examined . by Peninsula
Title, Abstract and Realty Co., II.
Henderson, manager. Accurate work
Reasonable fees. Cement Block
building, Jersey street.
Your wages is not the most im
portant thing. Its not what you
make that will make you rich, Its
what you SAVK. Begin with the
First National Hank on the road to
riches today, Interest compounded
every six mouths.
Why Buy an old Style Hat
wnen rou can get tne season $
Latest tor tlte same Money?
We have just received shipment
of the Royal Blue and Steel Illue
hats in soft and stiff, also the latest
blocks Iu black derbies guaranteed
to stand the rein.
We have a fine assortment of Day's
Hats in the latest kinds and colon,
75c to f i.js.
l.et us show vou whether you buy
$2.50 HATS FOR $1.50
Odd sites of Men's soft and stiff
hats, all shapes and shades, only
one or two of a kind, f 1.33 and f J.5
grades, yours while they last,,., $1. SO
We have an elegant line of Men's
and Women'adrcuglovcsin Wilson's,
Purrauts' and Nielsous', and guaran
tee them as to style, fit aud quality.
JJl.oo, $1.35, JI.5Q.
WE SELL A 50c WORK GLOVE
THAT WILL WEAR FOR SIX
WEEKS-AsK THE MEN WHO
HAVE TRIED THEM.
Wc sell for Im because
expenses are s.
Do You Get!
St. Johns Lumber Co.
Has all kinds of lumber, kiln dried nnd otherwise.
Also slab wood. Timbers of all sizes cut to order.
Get your winter's wood now and save trouble.
Good Groceries? Are you satisfied
thoroughly with the quality of
the uoods and the brands and the
service ? Now, when the first of
011 arc not
to make a change if
Where you can bm
of hluhcst vrades am
qualities, from a barrel of flour to
a uox 01 looiupicks, lucre's a goon
place to trade. Give us 11 trial for
one month. Watch our ad. in the
ht, Johns Review.
J. F. HENDRICKS
The New Grocer
Phone Jersey 102 1,
in South Jersey St.
STREET CAR TIAIE TABLE
I.KAVK ST. JOHNS
This distressing disease results
from a disordered conultlon of the
stomach, and can be cured by taking
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets, Get a free sample at any
good drug store and try It.
Mi.it vacate. Milliner tock and
fixtures to be dosed out In 30 days.
401 South Jersey street, 0. P. Wol-
A. M. P. M. P. M.
5.45 13.40 7.00
6.05 1. 00 7,10
6.35 i-i8 7-30
6.40 1.36 2,40
6.43 I.J4 8.00
6.56 3.1a 8,35
7.05 3.30 8.50
7.30 3.50 9,10
7-35 3.o8 9.30
7.5S 3. '6 9.50
8.15 3.44 10,10
8.35 4.01 10,30
9.00 4.30 10.30
9,33 4,40 11,10
9.44 5-co 11.30
10.06 5, 15 is, 00
I3.l8 p. iu. 6,50
Now, in Regard to Hats
or anything else in the line of up-to-date millinery, don't
imagine that because Portland has larger stores that they
can give you better prices, better goods or better atten
tion. When we allow them to do that it will be high
time to close up business. Call and be convinced.
As is customary, we will charge
for card of thanks, 50c; for resolu
tions of respect, $1.00: for notices
of church or lodge entertaiuuieuts,
suppers, sociables, etc., where there
are charges for admission, 5c per
line, out 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.
A Methodist Minister Recommends
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy,
I have used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy fori
several years for diarrhoea, I con
sider It the best remedy I have ever!
tried for that trouble. X bought a I
botUe ot it a few days ago from our I
druggist, Mr. R. R. Brooks. I shall
ever be glad to speak a word In Its I
praise when I have the opportunity."
Rev, J. D. Knapp, Pastor M. .
Church, Miles Grove, Pa. Sold by all
"The Light of the Hour"
It is MODERN. It is CLEAN, therefore
a LABOR and MONEY SAVER
It is Convenient a light where you want It. when you
tvshu 11. jun press we ouuon. it w Sanitary,
does not increase the temperature of a room
or vitiate the air. Expense includes only the coat
Standard Lamps Renewed .FREE
Call up the Contract Department
Must vacate. Millinery stock and
fixture to be closed out la SO days.
401 South Jersey street, O. P. Wol-
PortM Railway Light ami Piwtr Gi
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