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VQI" 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1910. N0.
Bachelors txcursion me Wild West A Social Affair Clever Boxing
Monday was Labor Day, and It
was ntso Bachelors' Day. To
gether with their friends and sweet
henrts to the number of 38 they
chartered the gas boat Argosy and
hied themselves to Sauvie's Island,
otic of the most delightful picnic
grounds imaginable. After a suc
cessful landing had been made, all
proceeded to enjoy themselves to
the greatest possible extent. Danc
ing was one of the first things in
dulged in, music being furnished
by friends from St. Helens with
accordcous, and "tripping the light
fantastic toe," the bachelors ana
"best girls" made merry. A bottn
tiful sunnly of the good things of
this life were on huud, and after
Considerable interest has been
aroused iu this vicinity through the
announced appearance of Buffalo
Bill's Wild West and Pawnee Bill's
Fur East at Portland, Sept. 19 and
Col. Wm. F. Cody, the original
and only "Buffalo Bill," travels
with the big exhibition and posi
tively appears nt every performance
rain or shine. Arrangements have
been made with the railroad officials
to run excursions at special rates
from the various stations alonir the
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nue aim mere win oe special pro
visions for the accommodation of
those who wish to visit the ex
hibition. To the small boy and
grown-up Buffalo Bill will be the
disposing of a generous quantity of I chief attraction, for his fame is not
the same, the sports were 011. F.ol- dimmed by the years which have
lowing ore the names of the vie- elapsed since he helped write the
tors and the prizes they were story of the west through his heroic
awarded: deeds. Otic of the principal con
too yard dash Maud Wlllcford; tests of the red men, in which he
prize, diamond back comb. took active part, will be pictured iu
50 yard dasli Gladys uarvin; mie open air melodrama, tlic Bat
prize, silk handkerchief.
Ladles' ball throwing Sarah
Cowles; prize, copper pin tray
Egg race Marie T ho ruin 11;
prize: ink stand.
Potato race Lillian Oihus; prize,
shirt waist set.
Men's tooyard dash Dick Web
stcr; prize, silk necktie.
uc 01 summit springs, an engage
ment in miniature, introducing
more than one hundred Indians mid
as many cavalrymen nnd soldiers.
Contrasted with this scene will be
an oriental spectacle which will
The following clipping from the
Willimina paper tells of a social
affair held at the Parker mill, and
as tue Parkers are so well known
to St. Johns people, we publish
The Parker milt was the scene
of a social affair Fridav cveiiimr
when about forty of the Christian
Endcnvorcrs and their friends went
out in nutos, carriages and - a-foot
with well filled baskets for an even
ing lunch and picnic. The grounds
were beautifully decorated with
small firs, vlnlng maples nnd ferns
where a long table was spread with
a bountiful supply of good things. .
After supper a large bonfire was
built where all gathered around to
eat watermelon and play games
after which they returned to their
homes having had a most enjoyable
rune and a desire to often meet on
HOW TO GET THERE
uy young frrma. (ram Inland limri
urn ipcm mc mum in imnning.
morning lirokc ami llitv awoke.
mnr tyc were ui
rtall rami la I
And caught them quick na
A larmcr'a pall came
yea were blinking,
Krc they could gather acatteml aeirnca,
nr uiramc prayer lor pan oirettKt,
The Kianatr grave-that uulleteat man
ual! duimd them In the mllkman'acan.
their weary evta vruw dim.
Their muKlea ache, their tirralli growa ahort,
And, gaaplni, ipeakt one weary ioit
May. dear old Uiy, It' pretty tough
To die ao young, but I've enough
)l kick lor life No more I'll try It,
I w not raited nn a milk illl."
"Tut. tut, my lad," the other crlc,
A Iron' not dead unlit he dlea,
keep on kicking, that' my plan,
We may yd ee outildc thU can.''
"No ne, no uae," taint dealt replied,
Turned up hi toe and gently died.
iiv uravcr irog. iinuaiimcti nun,
on an Emigrant Train, A Holiday
nt "T-E" Ranch, and the Great
Train Hold-Up by Indians, show
ing varied pictures of early life up
on the 1oii nil less plains. Rossi s
Musical Elephants will be a partic
ular feature of the Far East scene,
and as nu individual feature of the
Wild WCSl ftCCUOII 01 lllC CXIIIUI- Until, with Joy loo greatto utlcr
.1 ti I . 1 lie loillld lir'tt rliilrnrtl a luniti n
iiou, uny a iioiupson 1 rauicti An,i f iI11i,iuv ,,, ei7.ik
western Ktiugc uorscs win u
shown in feats of grace and equine
skill, bharpshootlug by Johnny
Baker will be n particularly attrac
tlve feature, nnd 11 bunch of buck
lug bronchos will furnish the priu
cipil comedy clement of a truly ex
hilaruting and strenuous exhibition
Charles Dredesou Is 11 candidate
for Committeeman from District
No. 158. He Iwlievcs that the pco
pie should rule, and therefore
Hat-footed for Statement No,
"Charley," as he is familiarly
called, is so well known to the peo
pie of St. Johns that no introduction
is necessary. He is a mnn who
has no patience with rings, cliques
and factions, and Ills standing on
any public matter may readily be
ascertained. While the office of
Committeeman is rather diminutive,
it is nevertheless important, nut!
we predict that the vote Charley
receives will be something to be
proud of. A man of integrity, and
possessed of hosts of friends, there
is no ret vm why he should not be
elected to the office to which he
C. C, Chapman, promotion man
ager of the Commercial Club, has
been touring Wrsteru Oregon urg
ing the land owners to cut up their
tracts into such holdings as will
permit the men of average means
to acquire a home when he comes
to the state. His argument shows
that iu many regions tracts are en
tirely too large now for the humble
homeseeker to purchase. As the
These two are the great future of the fruit business,
only ones that will be heavily fined dairy industry and other agricul
for their non-appearance.
One of the bachelor maids fell
into the river while displaying how
nimble he was iu running on logs.
He was dragged out by the crowd
and hung up on
tural Hues is with the small tract
on which the owner does most of
his own work, Mr. Chapman voices
the general hope of the state that
laud will be so segregated that
a hickory limb to I every man coming will have no
dimculty In securing such acreage
Ask Bro, Fleet how he crossed
the river and who assisted him.
The excursion in the way of real
enjoyment excelled any previous
event ever pulled ou by the bache
lors. Dances and house parties
will be the most important features
as he can work to advantage.
Many new towns of Oregon and
Washington will be seen on the
map now being issued by the Port
land Commercial Club, which
will uc 1 ic moM inipo an leaitues fa , u , fa , , . da,e
to be indulged in by he bachelors and is up Kups noted iu existing
maps. Changes in the railroad sit
uation' will be shown and the accu
rate mapping of the two states will
me coming winter, it you are a
bachelor and not yet one of the
bunch, send your name to W. E.
Coon and enroll among the fun
makers. You will thus insure
yourself a lively and merry time
the coming winter.
C. R. Greisen, representing that
peerless horticultural magazine,
"Better Fruit" was "resticating"
about Portland the first of the
week after an extended trip to the
principal cities of the Atlantic coast.
Chris, like our "Jacob" has been
deservedly "promotioned" and now
travels under the title of Assistant
Editor of his magazine. He reports
meeting with a hearty reception
from and doing a good business
among the Yankees and other deni
zens of the eastern seaboard.
be a valuable aid in informing
strangers of the opportunities that
exist In the Northwest. Accurate
data of each locality will be given,
the map being reproduced from
plates used by the Government
Are you using printed back en
velopes? If not, why not?
Oregon fruit has scored another
triumph, Hood River fruit growers
having just made what is believed
to be the biggest sale of fancy ap
ples on record. The New York
commission firm of Steinhardt &
Kelly has closed for about half
the fancy apples grown in the
Hood River district, the purchase
amounting to between 125,000 and
150,000 boxes, or over 200 carloads.
Preach Ute goap ot St. JoJtM.
Kept kicking with a right good will,
Until, with luv Ion trrr.ttn iill.r.
lie Ion ml he'd churned a lumpoi butter,
Anil niiuiiiiiir on inn rmiiiic ,11 wrM&
lit floated round with grcateit eaae.
When time are hunl-no trade In town
Pont get discouraged and go down,
Hut tttuggte Hill no murmur utter
A lew more kick may bring the butter.
gorgeous beauties of
tlw liar T?ni.t llii Mnirnmitru mi, I ' The can filled UP. the cover dawn.
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prize, brier pipe.
Hop, skip nnd jump "skeeter '
btciglisli: prize, silk tic.
Running broad jump "blub '
Simmons: prize, brier pipe.
Ball throwing 11. i'assclt:
prize, brier pipe.
A sensational base ball game be
tween the ladies and gentlemen fol
lowed. Georgia Pcrriuc essayed
to do the twirling for the "weaker
sex, and she had 32 strikeouts iu
the nine Innings, and almost scared
several of the bachelors to death
with the cannon ball bpeed she
placed on the ball. Sarah Cowles
was the carcher and she showed up
in splendid form, She threw 10
batsmen out while endeavoring to
steal bases. The other ladies put
up a splendid game, not an error
being charged up against them.
And it is said the bewildered scorer
kept strict tab. II. Fassett and
M. L. Davis was the battery for
the gents, and outside of 22 home
runs being made off of Fassett, to
say nothing of triplets, two base
hits and singles, he acquitted him
self well. The score was finally tie
clared to be 9 to 7, iu favor of the
As many of the participants were
almost famished at this time, a
grand rush was made for the com
issary. Everything that was left
from lunch was taken care of, and
as a side issue potatoes were roasted
(or burned) ou a large stump that
had been sacrificed for the purpose.
Brother btubbs and Uncle Mitnu
were the official photographers, and
the development of several of the
films are looked forward to by a few
of the plcknickcrs with a great deal
of apprehension and anxiety.
The Willamette Four, ably as
sisted by Bro. Fidges, were the
songsters, and the birds in the trees
were outclassed for once. Patches
and Frickers were the only ones
absent. Bachelor maid Patches
could not come, and the excuses
made by Frickers for both were
Strong support for the North
west movement to open the Colum
bia River to navigation from the
sen far into British Columbia
given by Premier Wilfred Laurier
himself. Recently he met dclcua
tions from Oregon and Washington
tit n conference held at Nelson, B
C. and gave his unqualified en
dorsement of the project. He sig
nified his willingness to carry for
ward the work on his side of the
boundary line, or, if any way can
be found, he will join with the
United States iu accomplishing the
work as a whole. He has given
orders for surveying the river on
the Canadian side preparatory to
Reflecting the prevailing pros
perity throughout the Pacific
Northwest, Portland has lust passed
through tue most successful August
in its history, a month elsewhere
accepted as oue of midsummer dull
uess, when business of all kinds is
in the doldrums. Not by any
small percentage has Portland out
distanced former records, but by t
wide margin. All the wealth comes
from the soil, rivers, mines aud
forests of the tributary country;
Portland Is merely the mart where
the products come. Prosperous con
dltions here testify to the well filled
purse of the producer In the nearby
The loss by the forest fires of
some of the large saw mills near the
timber belt ought to be a warning
to the owners and others who in
tend building saw mills in the fu
uire as 10 ine great risk they run
n locating their mills in such a
region. There are numerous sites
on the Peninsula, especially so at
St. Johns, adapted to the use of
saw mills and other industries and
the danger from forest fires is elimi
u. k. iiuicinnson and his son
aud family of Bancroft, Wis., who
bave been spending the summer in
St. Johns, left Thursday morning
via Billingham, Wash., for their
home. Mr. Hutchison goes home
well pleased with our western conn
try and at some future time mav
see fit to visit us again or possibly
ocate here if he can dispose of his
property iu the East at an
David Byerlee of the Review
force and Jack McNiven of Calei
Bros, left Sunday morniug for a
weeks' outing in the mountains of
Southern Oregon, where they will
hunt the savage trout and awr e for
the wary "bar" aud ferocious deer.
We expect stories on their return
nly equalled by those of the Stren
Some fine boxing was witnessed
by the spectators at the skating
rink the evening of Labor Day.
First ou the program was a four
round bout between Joe Lukouski
aud Bill Foster, boster being ill,
Bobby Evans agreed to take his
place. Bobby made a good show
ing against his 'c heavier op
ponent, but it was t.i.dcut that had
the bout went much louccr the
Polander would have bested Evans.
The bout was fast and some clever
boxing eusued. No decision was
rendered, but had one been given it
wouiu nave been a draw. The
Journal Htulcd that Evans made n
monkey of Joe, but such was far
from being the case.
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mc oecunu preliminary was a
six-round exhibition between
fraukie O'Brien and Kid Exposlto
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inn riu iiuu ine oesi ot uic argu
incut and hud O'Brien on the de
tensive all the way through. The
bout was lively and full of Interest.
No decision was rendered.
The main event of the evening
was wuar. was 10 have been a Ilmi
round affair between Guy Lee of
Portland and Tack Dolatt of Sum
Francisco. For the first three rounds
the bout was as clever an exhibition
of boxing as one would care to see.
In the fourth round Lee winded
his man by hitting in clinches,
which was mutually agreetl upon,
mm in mc uiiii uc had him so
wobbly that Dolan's second threw
up the sponge.
Acc Clement referccd all the
bouts. The St. Johns Athletic
club is gainiuir mi tc a reputation
for pulling pff good, clean boxing
Pretty Good Times
The "Old Boys," meaning the
members of Compson Post, have
had a pretty good time this sum
mer. Three picnics at Columbia
Park and n private iollification Iu
their hall, every two weeks, surely
iney are growing young. Their
co-workers and auxiliary have had
a very profitable season. The L.
of G. A. R. arc building up and arc
In a fine condition. The W. R. C.
have made amazing strides. New
members have been added at almost
every meeting and they arc now on
a level with any Corps In the state.
At their last mcctintr thev nledccd 1
themselves to assist a soldier's wid
ow, eighty years old and helpless.
She will be kept at the Patton
Suicide at St. Johns
S. E. Hamilton, who formerly
conducted a rooming house at Van
couver, omitted suicide by the car
bolic acid route at about 2 o'clock
Tuesday morninir in the Centrnl
hotel. Hamilton had been going
iu mc una at
for some time
Council had one of the shortest
sessions in its history Tuesday
night. Business on the tatilc w.n
comparatively light, and as a result
mc session was short.
1 he first matter taken
a pretty lively rate plnlm , r,t, nxTn ,,.. . .
prior to his tlpntli. Lh.... r '. ..
and .when by hook or crook he was Ion . ,1 S,i? ' .?
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cd by the hotel attendants, aud up
on brcaklnc in the door the nn,
conscious man was discovers!.
Medical aid was summoned, but too
late lo be of avail. The body was
-"-I" ' luuuu conveyed to Port and at an carlv
Home where she w rornlvr. tlir.li ft...... " tnny
1 e . . "uur jticsd iy mom nir.
best of care. The society s very ti.- .1 L.i
glad that at last the financial
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uiiuuiu iu rmsi? miv mnrn ttimmtr im ,i..Mi.. . .. . .
m:..,i 7 " ""' iwsi.or 10 oe more accurate.
u.u.Uku .. uuiuc ui wicucm aim re-1 in 1001. Tim mini .no
tired to his room and drank it. The All fw L ".i" .
Stroilir nrlnr nfllir. e.M.1 ...n. .!..-. " .V"" " "1 11
ditiou allows them to be iu reality a
a Kciiet uorps. Mrs. R. II. Miller,
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rorsaic iNtce new plastered 5
room cottage, 175 feet from post-
oincc, itas bath and pantry: coti'
cretc walks around the house, fine
roses, etc. Nice six-foot cement
walk iu front with street improve
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iiicuis; 101 50x100 with alley on
back. Will trade for vacant lot as
part payment or will sell ou easy
terms. Any one wishlmr.n nice
close-in home, this is your oppor
tunity. The price for n few t nvs
is citcop. a. w. uavis, Owner.
cry The deceased was n tnnrrlpcl nmn.
COM-I lint lit. mittiml r-mmnut t1. ...- l.-.l
j , ,-vl,t wm uvu nun
parted about three months ago, and
since that time he had been mi tlm
downward road. Thos. Glover
aim tiios. Coudon
over to the cltv attorney for ttivna.
tigatiou except Alderman Doivneu.
who believed the claim shnttM
A report of the St. Johns Trans-
portation Co. for the months of
February, March. Anril. Mnv.
June and July allowed that business
had been rather lic it comnnred tn
the cost of maintaining the ferry.
As the report was not up to date,
It was referred back to the com
Claims against the citv to the
Oregon's name birds are wanted
in the South. Louisiana has ar
ranged to stock her lauds with coo
matches, and many Portland sports Chinese pheasants, purchasing the
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birds and eggs from n Corvallis
grower. The birds will be pro
tccted for five years, when thev
may uc suoi oy hunters under cer
It Ms a queer world we live Iu.
r . e ,., .. .
uiic 01 our citizens evidently is so
patriotic that he allowed his love
for our national emblem to over
come his sense of honesty. At any
raie 1 uesday evening Paschal Hill
went ovcrtown leaving his beautiful
American flair flvimr. It u-ni kpoh
as late ns om.s and when Paschal j' the Vicrhus
came home nt 11 o'clock It wns son at hopping the hops and
gone, the halyards hanging loose. I athletic sports for their annual out-
Paschal says, h is flair was the larir
est in the city, but that now that
It Is gone he will get a larger one,
for he means to keen the lamest
nag tiying in the berg. It is right
to be patriotic. No citizen who
does not love the flag of his coun
try and is not willing to defend it
at all hazards is a true citizen: but
one should remember the command
llieilt. "T mil Slinlt tint l..l
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even Old Gl6ry.
NO. 121 To T. L. Ford to creel
stable Oil Swift l.nti It-timrtl tint
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Iff TI . I - V. fUVI
mm,. .n"i' Jerome No. 122 To F. Uartlett to erect
wniMier nnu 1.0111s Kcillhcr went I dwelling on Alln-li,.,... ii,-.,
Monday to Oregon City where they Hendricks avenue aud Banks street:
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imiiiiy mr u hen- cosi r 300.
ouicr si o. I2A 10 L). nush to erect
dwelling on Barr between Swcnson
were both vie.
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.) j 1 unit i.iii:i;K.?t iiiniiiniiinrnri twt 1 r . . .... a
11.. ...t.i.i- 1 uii uumuiMii(n were nuowed.
iin. juiuuc, r. qy ,.,,. .i i ,
.... . unuu iiorvwil IUI Uliu WHS
granted an extension of two weeks'
time on the improvement of Mid
way avenue. D fficultv in sccurlm
lumber was the reason for the re
A directory resolution u-n
adopted for the improvement of
Aincrum aucnuc. from the O. R. &
N. Co. tracks to Columbln slough.
A resolution to improve Nnrili
Jersey street, from Catlin to the
Weyerhaeuser tract, was adopted.
Hie proposed imtirnvcment nf
rlllmorc street was held over for
waivers by certain property owner.
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ine assessed valuation of the r prop-
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wny nut siauuing lor me improve
All application for transfer nf
liquor license now In name of Sam
Lochran to TI10.1. Condon
agreeable to council.
No. 117 To A. O. Veam
erect dwelling on Stafford street be
tween Polk nnd Tyler: cost iooo.
No. it 8 To L. Richl to erect
dwelling Oil Chanel street lielu-,,.
Holbrook aud St. ToIiiih nvenne-
no. 11010 AI. Tab usk to
erect dwelling on Armour street be
tween Mfilway and Orcgonlan
avenues; cost f 050.
No. 120 To Albert Felsmnn in
tiller residence by addition of pan
try and kitchen on Hartman. be
tween Charleston aud Crulkshank!
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Allen Murray, who has been
located nt Catlin. Wash., for some
time, his daughter of Portland, and
sou aud wife of Seattle were guests
ai mc Home ot a. w. Alarkle Sun
day. Mr. Murray left yesterday
mr v.iearneid, fa., where he w
spend the winter.
and Zeiglerj cost $750.
jno. 1 2.1 10 k. w.
erect dwelling on Fox
Oswego aud Richmond.
Mrs. A. Isenliath and son Har
old, left Wednesday for an extended
trip through the Middle West.
ihey will be gone about two
mouths and will visit Omaha, Chi
cago, Alma, Detroit and other Michi
gan points, und returning will visit
Kansas City and Denver and other
cities enroute. Mrs. Isenliath will
visit a sister whom she has not seen
or 19 years, and anticipates a tie-
Ightful time throughout her trip.
Oregon's hop crop 'promises to
uc generous, with first class quality.
I he yield is now being gathered
and great care Is taken iu the pick
ing to get a crop clean of leaves
and Mans that will bring the usual
good hgure that Oregon hops com
mand in ine world's markets.
A farewell party was tendered
Ben Hutchinson, son aud wife nt the
home of Chas. Foss Sunday. The
occasion was a delightful one and n
jolly good time was enjoyed. Guy
Dement and wife and Geo. Foss
and wife were also present. Mr.
Hutchinson, ton aud his wife left
for their home in W scons in vester
attending the mothers'
on Monday last, nt tlm
home of Mrs. Hollcnbeck. Mount n
ItlOSt Clllovnble nfternnnn. A !,!..
Sorbcr to from the usual goal program, two
uciwecu choice piano se eel Ions were well
rendered by Miss Edna Hollcnbeck
and greatly enjoyed. Another treat,
a surprise, was in ntore for n.
Whether it was because Monday
was a holiday or the fact that we
met tit Mrs. Hollenbeck's nm not
sure. However, a delicious lunch,
consisting of ice cream aud onke,
was most daintily twrvwl. If all
knew of the many pluoMint hours
spent at these meetings am sure
the attendance would he greatly
Increased. Press Correspondent.
Mrs. A. F. Learned and her sis
ter Mrs. J. D. Sutherland, are leav
ing this week for n visit to their
old home iu Maine. They will also
visit tti New York, Boston and
Chas. Foss received word last
week that a young daughter hud
arrived nt the home of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Caves at Hancock. Wis..
making Charley an uncle once
more. Mr. ami Mrs. Cavus visited
welcome St. Johns not long ago.
Prune picking has begun already fel the ther '"'P3' cities of
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n some localities. I'runes ore not
generally ripe until hop picking is
over,, and therefore are ripe earlier
than usual this season. The hop
growers are worrying about getting
picKers mis year on account of so
many going prune picking, and
Be frank with your banker. He
will be frank aud generous with
you, save something from your
pay today, bave for a purpose.
Let the 1'lrst National Bank help
they fear that the prune pickers you aud pay you .1 percent interest
will be so full of prunes that thev comnouuded every six moiitlm. it
a a . . . ... of I ' a
win noi uc auie 10 pick hops,
The Sisters' house of St. Clem
ents' Parish is completed, and six
sisters are now living in St. Johns.
he Sisters are to be the teachers
of the St. Clements' Parish School, vlted to attend. C. P. Ontes.
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"The Joy of the Godly Life"
btinday evening, Sept. 11, at 8
0 clock, at the Evangelical church.
Morning worship: topic, "Lessons
from Sinai." You are cordially in-
The subject for the devotional
meeting of the Epworth League for
biiuday, bent. 11, will be "Mercy
to the Fallen," and as prepared
win prove mosi interesting, special
music will lie rendered by Mrs.
baniiucr. nveryone is urged to
come and a warm
Pay your bills by check. You
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Chas. Foss and crew of men are r.ecc,pL ,0f " tl10"' .e
busy ou a further extension of ex- n"on welcomes small
cavatlott for Mr. Itnl. AI Wl,l I r RrOW With Time
ai.itm 1Vflfltwl- IfT a a w
wood Court. It Is Mr. n.mh' .... ot ueposit. it
teiitton to construct a modern busl-
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work guaranteed. St. Johns Clean-
t. . I X. T T 1 w
rue best way to be happy s to ""' rressing aim uye works, 1 1 1
lie free; the best way to be free Is Pt Jersey btreet.
to save: the only wav to save
at ' .
put your money in the bank,
first National Bank pays 3
school are the same as iu the pub-
c schools. Music will also be
taught and Christian Doctrine.
A unique social and entertain
ment representing a fishing outing
will be given under the auspices of the move.
vuc j. v. iy, v.. , 01 ine uvan-
gelical church Wednesday evening,
Sept. 14, at the home of Mr. aud
Airs. I'olf, 203 East Burlington
street. All are Invited. Admission.
smile: program, free: fishing, ic
and 10c; refreshments, 5c and 10c.
Building permits from January
1st to September 1st of this year
snow a total amount of 9ii.o.so.
l lie same-period last year showed
a total of only $57,050. Thus it
will be uoted that St. Johns is ou
The Willumbia band is prepar
ing to put a theatrical on the
boards for the benefit of that musi
cal aggregation in the near future.
They are a persevering, faithful,
enterprising bunch and our citizens
should do the handsome by them
when they make their debut.
Watch the keview for their au-
The St. Clements schools will
open next Monday, Sept. 12th. and
all branches will be taught with
music extra. There will be three
class rooms opened at once aud
another later when conditions warrant.
Girl wanted at once to do house
work and learn to assist in dress
making, Good home, good salary,
good opportunity. Mrs. Zella E.
Johnstoti, 531 South Jersey Street.
Meier & Frank had 11 pages of
advertising in buuday's Journal.
This Is the largest splurge Iu news
paper advertising that has ever oc
curred In the Northwest.
Now Is the time to have that
winter suit renovated. Bring it to
the St. Johns Cleaniug. Pressing
and Dye Works. Our prices are
right, in South Jersey Street,
next to Princess Theatre.
The Misses Gertrude and Pauline
Moore of Irviugton, and Miss Vida
Evans of St. Johns, were guests of
auss Joyce Wiuslow last Thursday.
R. W. McKeon of Canby is
spending a few days among his old
cronies here. "Mac" is always a
welcome visitor to St. John?.
The next thing iu order is lion
picking. They say about half the
population of St. Johns, more or
less, are going hop picking tills
Rev. Mr. Feldtnath of the Ger-
mau Baptist church, is to be trans
ferred to Los Angeles, to which
place he expects to go in about two
Win, Osaher and family of five
of Eureka, Cal., are new arrivals
to locate iu St. Johus, having taken
up their residence on Nortli Fill
The Misses Gladys aud Minnie
Isenliath are spending the week
with friends at Dilley, Oregon, aud
will return tonight or tomorrow.
Work for Or .it Ht. Jeluu.
L. B. Moulton has been investi
gating conditions at Klamath Falls,
and If satisfactory will locate there
The Bank Accoutit is your first
step toward success and fortune.
Begin with One Dollar if no more,
TODAY. The First National Bank
pays 3 per cent compounded twice
L. Liehl is constructing a cosv
little home on Chapel street in the
M. Tabinskl is erecting a small
dwelling on Armour street,
The family of W. Schmaling of
Milwaukee, Wis., are pleasantly
located on Fesseudeu street, corner
Albert Felsmau is having a
kitchen aud pantry added to his
residence on Hartmau street.
Work for k Qmtar at Johju,
J. L. Ford Is bulldiug a stable 011
Swift boulevard. - -