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LIGHTNING A MYSTERY
THE PUMA AND ITS PREY.
En With Which Pitigonlan Lion
Tho numi la bo fond of horseflesh
This Phenomenon of Nature Is a uat in Patagonia it is aiuicuit to
breed horses, ns the colts arc killed by
this Ainerlcnn Hon. A native told the
nutlior of "The Nnturnllst In I.n
IHt IHbUHT Or I HUNUbn. driving his horses homo throuKb a
thicket a puma sprang out of tho
Puzzle to Science.
In Qimril Way It li Understood)
but, a Matter of Fact, the Dolt
From tha 8torm In Iti Erratic Tend
ancln Defiei the Investigator.
In a general wny wo understand tbo
theory of thunderstorms. As a mut
ter of fact there Is no phenomenon
of nature, but excepting even earth
quakes, of which wo know so llttlo,
Mau-tnado llRhtnlnu that Is, dec-
bushes to tho back of a colt following
behind tho troop.
Tho puma alighted directly on the
colt's back, with one fore foot grasping
Its shoulder, whllo with tho other It
It is resolved by the city of St. Johns:
That, wherens on the 3(1 day of Mnrch,
1909, the council, by resolution, deemed
it expedient to change and alter Buch
anau street by widening the same, to
wit: lly including in said street and
making a part thereof the following de
Ilrgiiining nt a stone in the intersec
tion of the center line of Willis boule
vard and Dncliftimn street ns laid off in
South St. Johns; run thence westerly
along the center Hue of Buchanan street
40 feet to the wcat line of Willis boule
vard; tuence northerly along tile west
seized tho head and, giving It a violent line of Willis boulevard 27.5 feet to a
wrench, dislocated tho neck. Tho colt point; thence westerly and parallel to tnc
fell to tho earth as If shot center line ol intcunnnn street, as mid
Next to horseflesh, tho puma prefers V" !ul" i?nV ";54 ",
mutton. Ho docs not like veal, nl- 'F ft."' Vr;Yi -
though ho will kill a calf upon occn- p,,,,r, r i,Mm .,,,.. !.... Mi.
trie I v of tho hS 8l0n' A CUn,,1"B P" Whlch " Cl0Ujy c ralong ti rcen e 1 ne ofBuclmnan
ol L h 1. nrZlvi 1 r nllltfl rn,(lcd n fl,,ecP rflnch UMd nfl n "ct to the place of beginning, omit
we enn artificially produce will act ,,, nf n-nnimn. ,hn u,i,rn n,, . ,,iin ni nH .i.t Ii.Ih,ii.
according to Certain ktlOWIl laws. It ,.,. ,,.,, ,..- i,-,.. .,,,i, u .... LniitntiiliitF III all I.lnol.R utunn (tor
will, for liiHtnnce, travel along n con- ., , ,, ,,, ,, ,,f ,,, ncres. nd
ductor of metal. . " " Vhereas. the citv engineer thereafter
Hut a flash of lightning will fro- .,, ',... in inrcn tlpr,u dofr tho h'"1 within twenty days filed his plat,
lent leap from a well dellned metal L.
path and launch Itself through tho air ' ,". ";B",i " .,hi iV,,. 7 iii.tr. Vlu H'6 cit' .cou"cllj "d the council
or omo ndlaccut oblect which Is an 2,. Presenting n serried line of tusks, thereafter on the 4th day of May, 1909,
InnSvucL. T" ?M nso.rcsllt.'! ccessful y tho Ordinance No. 8 of said cltydopt-
puma s nuncu. w iion nssauucu 11 cd Mid report, and tlierenltcr anil wiin-
thrusts Its head hotween Its foro legs In sixty days council appointed three
and kicks violently until tho puma Is disinterested freeholders of the city of
ol. jouus, possessing tuc uamicaiions
Infinitely poorer conductor.
This may bo duo to tho almost In
conceivable force of a llnsh of light
ning, says 11 writer In 'canoti-e Week- drm or irown 0T
ir. 11 is csmuaicu mm a niisii 01
lightning 11 inllo long represents a
pressuro of dlsclinrgo canal to il.OOO,-
Ono day an Indian whllo riding saw of J,uror9 of Multnomah county, to view
,.', ..,,. 1. 1 ,i, such proposed change and to make as
n young cow watching his approach. scgsm,enl1 of ,ialllri(,cgmi bcllcflls caUJCd
room volts ..w" " " . by said ennnge, and
Aunnnh ni im.h int. nnlv nl.ont th atnt0 of dnnscrous oxcltoinont, nnd tho 'whereas, the viewers so appointed fil-
f , 1 " ""V', ?T Z ii? m, ,ndl"" eotijecturcl that some beast of cd uld report, which said report was by
.ousa dt 1 part of n second tho en- prcy m(1 k,H, t(J ca,fi 0 bcR(ln sn,(, ,. rtJcciC(ij nmi lllc comicri
gy dlss patcd by tho discharge Is Bi;nrc,iIl(t for tUo cnifs y, whllo thcrcut)on ordered said viewers to again
I . ....... II. I DIIIIMIIIIH tVI MU Villi, a lATtl Jt IT MilU I l" - "r
equal to aoo.000 horsepowur. I'ut In L,1U, lho C(JW rcpcnlc(j,y ,,foceet land view said proposed .change
charged him. Presently ho discovered aim w ine wiu reiwi, wiiicn kiiu rcin
.... , was filed the th dav of November. 1000.
n largo wound Just behind tho suoul- hy ordinance No. 269, passed by the
" council anil ntiprovcii ny me mayor inc
Tho calf had been killed by the 30th day of November, 1909, and
puma, for Its throat allowed tho Whereas, all ascssnicnta levied against
U'nlltnlu nt Innrn fnofli Tim mn hml the tlfODcrtV CSDCCiallv bcllffitcd l)V
this Is not nn Invariable rulr-. Tln-ro driven oni' of Its long, sharp horns Into l.'.cl! c,,a,,c hnvc n fully jwltl nnd
nro cases on roconl of most dcHtruc- t0 puma's sldo whllo It was sucking n" 'InmnKc assessed have been fully
other words, If wo could llud hoiiio
means of saving nnd using lightning
wo should bu the richer by 11 good
round sum for every llnsh.
Lightning Is, ns wo know, usually
accompanied by n penl of thunder,
which is louder tho nearer the hearer
Is to tho point of the dlichargc, nut
tlvo lightning Hashes which were un
accompanied by sound
Huch a phenomenon occurred nt Ilntd
ford some years ago. What Is de
scribed ns "n silent thunderbolt" fell
tho calf's blood.
SLOW NEW YORK.
Now, therefore, be it resolved by tile
city of St. Johns that the said Iluchnnnn
street be nnd the same is hereby altered
and clinngcd by widening the aame, and
crioeii as n ai.eni in ii.urruou " that the bllow ng tract of land be urn
In n grnvi.ynrd. destroying ono monti- It Actuilly Made the Hustling Western the same Is hereby declared to be a pub
tnent nnd fiinashlng to moms nearly
sovoiity glass cases containing wreaths
In the sumo summer Hwnnscumhc,
In Kent, was terrified by n freak of
lightning. All of n sudden "it great
mass of hliio lire" swept along tho
street, nnd next moment It was seen
that tha line old pnrNh church, built
nearly 700 years ago, hnd been struck.
"Why, say," mid a visiting barber
I from tho wldo untrniuinelcd west, "you
folks hero In Now iork nro narrow,
limited, shackled, contracted, far be
hind tho uge. You think you arc the
human limit when really your gait Is
"I went Into ono of your shops hero
lie street and to constitute n portion of
Iluchannii street In the city of tit. Johns,
Ilettiiinlng at a stone in the Intersec
tion of the center line 01 Willis noun
vnnl and Iluchannii street, ns laid off I
South St. Johns; run thence westerly
along tue center line ol iiucunnnti street
40 feet to the west line of Willis boul
vnrd; thence northerly along tuc west
line 01 Willis Douievaril 37.5 'l
THE PEOPItE Of THIS CITY H1VE ItEi4RiED THAT IT
P1Y TO BUY AT OUR STORE BECAUSE THEY ALWAYS
GET GOOD GOODS.
JUST AOW YOUR DOLLAR WILL GO MRTHER THAti V&UAk A THERE IRE STILL
1MY REAAOIHTS Or PIECE GOODS, RlBBOrtS 1AD LIES; tAlY VOOLEM THliGS
SUCH IS BLIMKETS, AEA'S, VOAEA'S AHb CHILDREN'S UADERVEIR; A rtUABER
Or PylIRS Of BOYS JMD YOUTHS HE7IVY SHOES THi4T VE TIRE WILLING TO TIKE
LESS THAti REGULAR PRICE rOR RATHER THAti CylRRY OVER TO vlAOTHER WINTER.
BONHAM & CURRIER
COLLIER & COLLIER
Rooms In the Holbrook building.
St. Johns, Oregon.
Joseph McChcsncy, M. D.
Day and Night Office In McChemey Dlock
Pbotii JtrMf 951
ST. JOHNS, - - OREOON
DR. F. L, PETERSEN
Hill Dlock Corner Williams avenue and
Tclchonc Unit 485
II. 8. HHWITT
jia Silas St.
It. S. WRIOIIT
J04 S. Hayes
yesterday, Nice shop, good equip
The building, with nil Its lino old incut, everything flno nnd elegant, but txilnt: thence westerly and twrallcl to
:nrved oak, was soon n roaring fur- when I buw how slow you were hero the center line of Iluchauau street, as
nncv. nnd only n part of tho chancel on the work It mndo mo nervous. A laid olf In houth hi. Johns, 572.54 icet to
Scientists nro still hopelessly nt sen "They hnd n innti In n chair with a
ns to the ciiiind of that peculiar pho- barber cutting his hair nnd n maul-
iioinonon known nsglobo lightning. At euro fixing his hands and n bootblack
Coventry hoiiio years ago during n vio
lent thunderstorm It passed along 11
street like 11 soap bubble built of blue
fire nnd drifted Into 11 shed, where it
exploded, Mowing the roof off the but. goodness me, you ought to look
At IthcliiiH, In I'rnnce. n similar (Ira
ball enmo Into 11 cobbler's shop
through the open window. Tho soli
tary occupant of the place sat perfect
ly still, paralyzed with terror, whllo
his fearful vUlinnt hovered for sever
al seconds overhead. Then It moved
toward tho ilreplnco nnd presently
passed up the chimney.
Next moment there was 11 11 explo
sion like n shell bursting, nnd the up-
good plant, but not worked to capacity. ,lli Hicnce southerly nnd parallel to
111c tciucr ui imviKiii ihii;!:i 'O lu 111
center of Ilitchnnnii street: thence castci
Iv along the center Hue of Iluchnnnn
street to t lie place ol Dcgluuing, omit'
ting a txutloit of Dawson street Included
containing in nil 14094,8 Mpintc feet or
And the citv engineer is hereby direct
cd and instructed to. within thirty dnvi
irom lite adoption 01 tuts resolution, uic
for record a copy thereof in the office of
blacking his shoes nil at tho mine
tliuu, nnd I Nupposo you think hero
that that's going some to hnvo three
people work 011 n customer nil at once,
Into my shop nnd seo how wo do things
lu my part of tho countryl
"I've got n shop that's every bit ns
modern and up to data to tho tact llm
It ns anything you'vo got In Now
ork, but out there wo utlllio our
plant. What do you suppose wo do
when n man comes In that's In n bur- jau. 11 and aH, 1010.
ry to cnicn u trnuw xuiiik wo nu 110
down nnd tnko it imp?
"Why. wo put ono barber to cutting
his hair nnd another to shaving him.
the county cleric of Multnomah county
Adopted this mtli day ol January
A. .'I. I'.bhU.N,
ruhlUlicd In the St. John Review
per part of tho chimney en mo crashing and two muiilcurcrs tackle his bauds.
down. one on each sldo. Wo tako off his
Not long ugo Count O. Hamilton shoe, nnd two loys work on them.
made n record of a similar freak of ouch blacking n single shoo, whllo two
electricity, lie was Mining nt dinner chiropodists get at hlui, each taking
nt n hoiiNo on Ijiko Wener, In Sweden, 11 foot, mid nt the fin mo time wo have
when Just nfler 11 vivid Hash of light
ning 11 brilliant white ball appeared
over the tiible nnd nfler hanging poised
there for some Hecoud went off with
with n loud bang.
l-'ortutiately It did no harm to any
ono. although It was quite close to
several people. TIiobo who saw It sug
gested It was like 11 ball of cold light
lu November, IP02, Sydney, Austra
lia, was visited by u terrific dust
storm, In the midst of which 11 perfect
rain nf electric II e halls began lo fall,
These set tire to it number of houses,
nnd n most iippnlllug panic ct lu, A
one boy brushing the customer's hat
and another brushing his overcoat,
while another dusts tho clothes he's
got 011 with it vacuum duster.
"You put three people on a man at
unco nnd think you're doing something.
Wo put on cloven nnd think nothing
nbout It nt till, and our town ain't a
ounrter ns big ns New York not
"Why, honest, this New York at
mosphere mnkes me sleepy!" New
An Old Machine.
The Tubingen Morgeublutt of Oct.
cry was raised that the end of the 31, 1 $.!), contains u description of such
world was at hand, mid people rushed a machine us then In use In tha Lou-
out of their houses Into the Ink black, I dou coffee house. It was lu the shape
dust deep streets, of n tobacco Jar, which stood on the
'lho iiiont auinxlug nnd terrifying table and had it slot Into which n pen-
displays of the power of lightning are ny hnd to be Inserted to obtain n pipe-
seen on mountain, in 1MK) a party ful of tobacco. The weight of tho coin
was an the top of n mountain In the depressed u lever nnd released a lock.
Caucasus when n huge violet ball, ur The writer adds that a halfpenny
rounded by vivid rays, struck a rock would uot do the trick, and the would
near by nnd. exploding like n bomb, be cheat could uot recover his money.
burst Into atoms. Quo of tho party -London Notes and Queries.
was badly hurt.
In The Circuit Court Of The State Of
Oregon, I'or The County Of Multnomah
August II. loliuuuliiKSuicler, 1'laintlll
vs Caroline Joliuiiulugiiiueler, Dclcudnut
lo Caroline louauuingsiuvicr, tuc unov
In the uuuie of the Stale of Oreuoi
you are hereby required to nitcur anil
answer the complaint tiled ugnintt you
111 tue Kixive court un mi 11 wiiiiiu sis
weeks from the date Jl the first imblica
tlon of this summons, to wit, from the
jist day of December, 1909; ami II you
fail to so apiK-ur or answer or otherwise
plead in kaid mil. the nlaintiff ubov
named will apply to the almve entitled
court for the relief demanded in plain
tiff's couiDlniut filed in u d Milt, to wit
I'or a decree dissolvlnc the bonds of
matrimony now and heretofore existing
nclwecn niaiutlil and yourself and niiM-
lutrly divorcing plaintiff from you, and
tor such oilier unit iitriuer reuet as may
keem to wild court equitable and just.
This Mimiiioui is imblUhed mutuant
10 me order 01 tue iiouoraiue I'.ari 1.
llrouaugll, Judge of the alxive entitled
court. made in oihmi court, lu this euue
on the 39th day of December, moy
widen order prescribes mat this miiii
tuoiiii be published iu the St. Johns
Kcview. 11 weekly ncwsiuier. once eacii
week fur it tcriod of not let than Six-
weeks, The find publication of this
Mitumnns was made 011 the 31st day of
December, 1909, nnd the hut publication
lliereol will be on tue I ltd day 01 t'el)
LOM.IltK K UOI.MKK.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
The secret of making Stilton cheese
was for some tliuu confined to the fain
lly of the orlgluul Inventors, who were
under tin engagement to sell nil they
could inuke to the famous Cooper
Thornhlll of Stilton. Ilelng thus to bo
obtained of hlui alone, It received the
uppolhttlon of Stilton cheese, but it
would have beeu more appropriately
named Wlchcote cheese, being first
The Judna Anretd
it is recorded turn ixrd Mansfield. Oregon Railway & Navigation Co.
10 famous Kucllsh Judge of tho sec- ...
Oregon & Washington Railway
St. Johns, Oregon
oud half of the eighteenth century, lis
tened Impatiently to nn argument of
Sir rietcher Norton upou a case In
volving certain manorial rights.
"My lord," said Norton, who was In
sufferably dictatorial, "1 can lustauce
the point lu person. I have myself two
"Wo nro well nworo of that," re-
Car lonil friciilit received and for
Less tliuu car load Way Car
niado In that village, 011 tho eastern spouded Lord Mansfield, selling his leaves St Johns 011 Mondays, Wed
sldo of Leicestershire, about thirty opportunity, uesdays and I'ridays; arrives on al
miles from Stllton.-Indon Stnndnrd. leruate days.
Local Passenger for Seattle ami
Oregon & Washington Knihvay
points: 9:25 a. tn. daily; for Port
laud; 4:35 p. in. daily,
Tickets to all points iu the
United States and Canada, For
further iufortuatiou inquire of
A. W. DAVIS,
Mr. Hackwnrd Well er yes, slnco
you ask me, I was thinking of consult
ing n fortune teller. Ml Coy To find
out whom you will marry, ehK Mr.
llttckwurd Why or yes. I- Miss
Coy Why not ask mo and save tbo
fortune teller's fee toward tho price of
The thicker the grass the oasler to
tnow Ala tie.
"You have u night key?"
"Of course," nuswered Mr. Meekton,
"only I'm so cureless that Henrietta
keeps It locked up In tho safety depos
it so that I won't lose It" Washing
After Their Quarrel.
Mabel Of course you speak to Lena
when you pass her? Helen Indeed, I
do not. Why, I dou't even notice what
be has out ruck.
Came Near Choking to Death.
Caught in (he Rain
then a cold and a cough let it run
Fever sores and old chronic sores ou-get pneumonia or consumption, 01 if JacKSv"'e. .
.e.f "rT,.B. ., C1,.rP"C.b0.r.e tl.n.'snli Nnmntt-r Imw- vo., Mad asiiddeti and violent attaclr
A little boy. the sou of Chris. D,
Peterson, a well known resident
of the village of Jacksonville, Iowa,
should be kept lu healthy con- our cotigii, uon t uiglect it take ,, came up after civitic Cham,
clitinn This can be done bv nnnlv. Hal aril's Horehound byrup and " , h, A 71: , ' T 7 .
aitioti. 1 ins can oe uout n appij ,,, , if !...,' M. berlam's Cough Remedy. Mr. Peter
ing Chamberlain's Salve. This salve 11 l)e over it In no time, llie 1 think he would have
has no stinerior for this minnxse sure cure for coughs, co ds, bron- s0" !a!- 1 uutiK ne wouut nae
lias no superior tor inis p urixxse. nuiiiioimrv illsensi-s in choked to death had we not gtveu
It snlsomost excellent for chapped c,lltl! am u 1 1 lmott.rl iseose.s lu . , , , , ,, . P ..
. young ami old. Sow by worth f
hands, sore ninnies, bums nnd dis
cases of the skiu. For sale by all Hank Pharmacy
good druggists, it
A if A
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Daniel 0. Webster, A. B. M. D.
Residence, 697 Dawson Street
Office, l'llter Dlock
University I'ark, Portland, Oregon
Office rhonc Richmond 31
I'ihst National Hank Hun.niNO
St. Johns, Oregon
Hewitt & Wright
CONTRACTORS and tlUILDI'.RS
Hstltuatcs and Plans Purulshed
HOUHltS I'OR 8AM: HT. JOHNS, OHIt.
Dr. W. E. Hartel
I'houe Richmond aoi
I'llONIt JltKSItVfii HOUIKOOK IIZ.OCK
DR. J. VINTON SCOTT
Open Evenings and Sundays by Appoint'
GEORGE KIRKPATRICK, M. D. C,
OI'l'ICH 43 1-3 UNION AVHNUR
HOSl'lTAI. 14 " "
Phones . I'.ust4oi6, II 3S9S.
J. R. WE1A1ER
Transfer and Storage
We deliver your goods to and from all
parts o( Portland, Vancouver, Llnnton,
Portland and Suburban Uxprcss Co.,
city dock and all jxiints accessible by
wagon. Piano and furniture moving
a specialty. 109 U. IlurlltiKton; phone
No. 186 I. 0. 0. F.
ST. JOIINf. ORCQON
Meets each Monday evening in Odd
Fellows hall, at 8:00. Visitors welcomed,
W.J. Chancy, N. O.
C. P. Gates, Secretary.
Holme Lodge No. 101
KNIUHTI OP PVTIIIAI.
Meets every I'riday nlk'ht
rat 7:30 o'clock at I.O.O.l'.
hall. Visitors always wel
come. I). I', Horsraan, C.C.
W. A. Storr, K. K. S,
McrclmutsI Manufacturcrsl Farmers! Everybody!
Wc arc hunting for your business and have been on
your trail for some time. Our aim is to serve you
The adoption of our service offers a complete
solution to the transportation problem.
Our rates arc reasonable and our service
Two trains between St. Johns and Portland
Wc deliver Anything, Any Place, Any Time.
Call and get our rates before sliippiug.
PORTLAND & SUBURBAN EXPRESS GO.
C. W. STEARNS
Agent at St. Johns.
Phones: Portland Office, Main 358 St. Johns: Jersey 12a
Wednesdays ol encii
mouth in Odd l'cllows'
hall. Visitors w elcome.
It, S. Harrington, Jos. McChcsncy,
Secretary. W. M.
" CAMP 773 W. 0. W.
Oflicc I'houe Woodlawu 703
Res. I'houe Woodlawu 1635
D. E. HOPKINS
Oflicc hours from 9 to 13 ni.
I to & p. m. 7 to 8 p. m.
68 Dawtoii Street, Univuusitv Park
Phone Jersey 1571
Albert Carey, M. D.
Residence and Oflice:
902 Pessendcn Street
Oflicc Hours: 10a. m, to 1 p,tu.,6to8p, 111
ST. JOHNS, ORCQON
Phone Jery 1571 Hours: 3 to 6 r , tn
St. Johns Piano School
Urs, Citti W 6arV
901 Pehseuden St. St. Johns, Ore.
Men's 50c Gloves
St, Johns Harness Shop
Tell us you saw it in the Review
''Quail splls SHMMS"
A Sprained Ankle.
As a rule a man will feel well
satisfied if he cau hobble around on
crutches in two or three weeks after
spraining his ankle, and it is often
two or three months before he is
fully recovered. This is an un
necessary loss of time, as by apply
ine Chamberlain's Liniment, as
directed, a cure may, as a rule, be
effected iu leas than one week's
time, aud ia nany cases within
three days. Sold by all good drug
J. A. Cole.C.C.
W. Scott KcIIokk, Clerk
STREET CAR TIME TABLE
I.HAVK ST. JOHNS
13. 18 p. m.
See us for the Choicest Cuts of the Best
Order Filled and Family Trade Solicited
T. P. WARD, Proprietor.
NOTICK TO ADVERTISERS.
In ordar to Inaurv a chanaa of as)-
vtrtliamont tho copy for ouch chango
ahould roaeh this oflloo not lator than
Watat4y, at S o'clock a. m. Ploaao
romombor tnla and cava tho printer
Subacrleo for tho Stt Johna Roviow
aad keep pcatod oa tbo dolaia of
H for every use. I
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A. U. HHMSTOCK CBO, II. UKMSTOCK
UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING
rull Una or Robs, Ckskata, ato., kapt In atook
nK v ... .. . tAI,v ASSISTANT
orfic Phone WoodUwn 1I74 ... .
If you are looking for an investment that
is a sure winner buy half of block 16 at
The piece is 100x600 feet, lavs fine and almost level.
Lots across the street from it are selling at $350 upward.
If this piece was cut into lots $3000 could easilv be realized.
and then the lots would be much cheaper than any can
be bought for in that neighborhood. In five vears crw
would not bean exorbitant price. IF TAKEN AT ONCE
$1800 BUYS IT$5oo down; $500 in six months and. the
oaiauce at 510 per month or, $1500 cash will secure it.
If the money was not badly needed SUooo cash would not
take it. For further information see
R. H. BUNDING
Real Estate Office, Whitwood Court
Preach the est! U St Jokuu.
Work for Qrsatwr Bt, Johns,
happy, I Millinery.