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ST. JOHNS REVIEW
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Devoted (o the Interest! of the Peulmula, the Manufacturing Center of the Northwest
ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, i9u.
The Last Word
I Editor Review: After perusing
Miss Quigley's scathing and scoi c'l
ing denunciation of my humble self
in) last week's Review, I am prop
erly degraded, overwhelmed and
almost squelched by the vials of
wrath uncorked. Ye ladyc faire
lias waived the woman's preroga
tive of "the last word," and while
tjhe may again deem it "cowardly"
and the act of a "fool" I urn rather
inclined to take advantage of it.
Hut in the face of Miss Quigley's
terse production! which is strong
ui'ilogic aud beautiful jn diction, it
fStwith a fccllm? of dcen lntmilitv
ili'at I prolong the discussion.
:Miss Quigley seems greatly in
censed because the writer's name
Council Proceedings Odd Fellows Fraternize
All members were present at the
regular meeting of the city council
Tuesday night. After the minutes
of the previous meeting were read
and approved . a petition for the
improvement of Macrum avenue
from the east side of the O. R.
& N. tracks to the cast city limits
was taken up and on motion of
Last Monday night was an occa
sion which will be remembered for
a long time by the members of
Laurel lodge I. O. O. F. It was
the occasion of the visit of Penin
sula lodge of Odd Fellows and Ma
rietta and Laurclwood Rcbekah
lodges and was one of the happiest
events in the history of the local
Councilman Davis the citveneineer lodge.
was directed to prepare the ncccs- 1 he routine work of the home
sary plans and specifications for lodge was railroaded through and
grading aud mrcadamizing only, the door? thrown open to the guests.
nils will be a continuation of the he hall quickly filled with happy
improvement ot tins street author- men, women anu a tew little ones
ized a couple of weeks ago. An hour was spent in social greet
A petition, signed by eighty or 'BS between the host and guests
more citizens asking that the fire "'"1 then the new "Bun" committee
bell be placed on the city hall was Rot busy with
The Political Situation
Chances now very much favor
that two distinct tickets will be
placed in the local field this mouth.
One will represent the annexation
ists and the other the "amis."
Many of the politicians are very
much in favor of adopting such a
course. The object to be attained
is: If the antis win, the council will.
by virtue of such a vote, be em
powered to contest the recent vote
taken on annexation. If the an
nexationists win no action will be
taken in the matter by the council.
This puts the matter squarely be
fore the people. If a majority fav
or annexation they will thus have
an opportunity to express them
Baker county has an irrigation
project on foot involving the ex
penditure of $4,000,000.
'v iiM. II V-V. til t
tng planted in Douglass county this
An oat meal mill is to be cstub
lishcd at Baker.
Eugene is to have a match fac
Folk county will have the largest
mignsii wauiut orchard in Oregon.
ucccni purchasers of
ranch near Falls Citv
6000 walnut trees.
Oregon produced this year 615,
034 uusncis ot corn and 17,000,000
The New Trolley Line May Get Another Mill
A petition from a number of the
property owners aflcctcd asked that
bids for both vitrified and
cement sewer pipe be advertized for
ntiS'hcet kent in the chirk. Aa n I nmcpulnd 1
,-r, j . - - .-. .
rose. woiuci smcii as sweet oysomc.it this was
other name, so a discussion would
be just as effective if the names of
the participants arc lost sight of.
Some people, however, arc so in
love with the. beauty mid express
iveuejis of their names that it affords
them keen pleasure to have the
same appear in print aud no oppor
tunity is allowed to pass by without
faking adyaiitage of It. The name and that the lowest bidder receive
of the writer has been withheld the contract. On motion of Conn
from a sense of modesty, rather cilmati Johnson the time and man
timu cuwnrmcc, aim since 111c iair tier ordinance ami caillor olds was
Italy s last epistle, It would seem to ordered drawn in accordance with
be an act of discretion to continue the request.
10 conceal it.
I certainly bear no ill will toward
Miss Quigley and the other teach
ers of St. Johns. They have the
f..l. ... n.il. I - . I l..(.l ,... ,,,. . . ... .
iu iiai iui num.- miKL-n mill biucwiiikh. 1 lie JCIlglll 01 IIIIIC
they have the right to live where asked for seemed too long to suit
they please. As one who helps to the solons, and on motion of Mr.
pay the teachers,' however-, I also Johnson 60 days' extension of tiiih;
have a right to express my views was granted,
on the subject. I have only the A petition for an arc light at the
friendliest feelings toward the lady intersection of Cruwford and Salem
teachers, Miss Quigley to the con- streets was granted 011 motion of
the most delicious selves bwotinir for the r enn.H.tntna bushels of wheat.
... . .1 . . " . " r . ...
urcgou snipped green fruit uur-
ing ine past season amounting to
would mean nothing. It is true nPPIcs to the acre.
trary notwithstanding, and if their
services; arc worth more than they
arc being' paid they are entitled to
it' raise. But the teachers hqyc
used all their persuasion in show-
i-imuui-ia tiuuii 1 ni "i""1" ""a Kiutt-u me icsiai ituiu uie nuns win 1 nvi i n. an tun
(lone it would be ooaru oi uuu i'ciiows hall forvcars. onnortun tv to dee are tlniiioU.i.a
more readily heard by the populace. To entertain each other and to boost It will
ritl ItlntlnM f f - r..!.. Al. 11 I flirt hllll f.iM.tlt.tt,... !.. ,1...!.. t 1 I ...,. .,.... .
wii uiuiiuii ui .,11. L.1V1.1 nit muiicr 1 -. '-wuiuiiin.w in iiiuir muors 1 majoriiy uiu vote 111 lavor ot an-
was reierrcd to the building and vice uranu scales acted as toast ncxat on. and that another vm-
committee with power to master, caning upon prominent
members 01 the various lodges for
prc-diutier speeches. Many humor
ous and otherwise cood speeches ntlon. httt it i
were made by all who were called only two-thirds
upon except jirc r ucwilt, whose
sylph-like form was decorated with
a white apron evident v nek ml
too soon aud before it had attained
n size adequate to the purpose for
tltltlr1 It m.i .... 41... ... .1 lift .1. I a . i . .
.... ,. nus Kuiiii.-ivu. wiicu me changed their faith since the matter
loasimasicr caucu 011 him for a wns hn nic, n i vnim..i,., r,
A tK-tltioii from Chas. E. Pottace kirt dance he plead lack of time and is tironosed tnmtiilnrl tin. mmilini
asked for an extension of 90 days being a member of the bun com- in a clean cut manner devoid of
umc on uie construction ot the ""cc was excused tor the tlmc.but mini tur ,,ir nm fnrttm.ni t,tit..r.
. a I a I ------ " " mmiviihi tlftkt
Hurllngton and riilludelphia street wiicii loastinastcr Boyd, who presi- ness. Each candidule is presiitned
fl.1 1..1.J... tIMU l.jlllltlii. Ilt...l... I. .. . . . . .
n1.11 I'u.ii-iiiiiui.'i sirci'iucs were I in iiwitrnii. nn niu t.iiiinn ..i.ini.
ftK, wuicti lur ins umc sunn and i lie must circulate
recalcitrant Urc'r Hewitt claimed he
that he was too full for utterance.
all hands and the swamper thought
11c was handing us a lemon.
By no means the least entertain
ing feature of the evening was the
Orchards in Ontario district pro
duccd at the rate of 1,000 boxes of
that a majority of those who voted
upon the question did favor annex-
likewise true that
of the voters did
vote upon the question at all. This
will give the other one third who
did not vote n chance to declare
I a 1. . 1 t n
uicmseives aim auoru an oppor
tunity of learning how many have
The Columbia Otltntlt nf snhnnn
for the season was 290,000 cases,
vulued at $3,500,000.
The value of traffic on the Colum
bia river increased $3, 200,000 in
1910 over the same period of
Oregon grows more hops than
any other state. 90,000 bales pro
duced in 1910, valued at $3,000,-000.
Eugene reports that 3,000 people
have been brought into that city
miring 111c past year,
That St. Johns will have another
trolley line within the near future
is now practically assured. Iu a
short interview with E. W. Bow-
ticss, manager of the power and
light department of thr Mmmi
Hood Railway & Power Co., he Pany s holdings, tuul will
stated Hint 1 would only be a short great y cnlnriiG the same If
while until the company would ask f,,- . . b, lt
the city of St. Johns for a franchise tll,s rePort true lt IS more
to operate an electric railway upon than probable that the Pen
certain streets in the city, and that ineiiln TmiiWrv. .'11
the company was workii v mil lu ,nsum uhcr Co. will erect
plans with this object in view. n 1lrfie H on their ten-acre
While naturally rather reticent rntl. I tMfAf .1.- . . 1 t
ccrtiinc the proposed route nf 7h n " . t,,u ,,uw V UOCK,
new line, he conveyed the imprcs- w,1Icl1 t has owned for sever
It is rumored that the big
Inman-Poulson Lumber -Co.
of Portland has purchased the
Peninsula Lumber Com-
SiOIl that the route tirnetlrnltv
would be from the Broadwav brldcre
out Vancouver avenue to the pack
ing plant, and from thence circle
around the lower pcniusula aud re
turn to Portland bv a route nlmur
the brow of the hill. Asked as to
whether Hill or Harriman interests
was behind the nrolect. ho stninl
that neither were interested, that it
was purely and entirely an indc-
It seems that the difficulty ex-
pcrienccd Ir getting a satisfactory
franchise from the Portland coun
cil on account of objections being
made by some of the citizens along
the Hue of proposed route, has de
layed their plans considerably re
garding the extension of the St.
Johns line, but Mr. Bowiiess as-
Mills to Start Up
his standiuir on the question. It is
believed that the proposition
meet with general favor.
t!lrWl tot il.nft It . i.l.l tat..
A sale of Southern Oregon Sugar extendi, d aVZ ?
Many conjectures arc made by
our citizens regarding the exact
route the Hue will take. Some say
Willamette boulevard to the Wey
erhaeuser tract, thence to the East
ill.... 1 . . .
i-iiic covering 40,000 acres, is re
ported from Mcdford to au Eustcru
syndicate. The purchase price
I he Hood River Apple Growers'
Councilman Downey. music furnished Dick Perrine aud
Bills amounting to &UO.70 were his dainty and charming acconipau
allowed on motion of Councilman Hit, Miss Gatton. Dick's trombone
Hiller. solos were sweet, rich, mellow, de-
On motion of Councilman Dobie Hciotis, like the nectar of the cods.
.:"Z .umii".iiv.- Others that fires mm stroot will 1
used from one end to the other.
ing with September.
At the Stock Yards
lug that they need more money for council accepted the construction of while under the manic touch of Miss
various purposes and not iu at- the sewer laterals of Decatur oiid Cation's pretty fingers the old piano
tetiiptiug to prove their sei vices are Crawford streets, which wasrecotn
vorlh more. In thisageof conimer- mended by the street committee.
cinllstu people are prone to endeavor The proposed franchise of the
la secure the best possible service at Mount Hood Light olid Power Co.,
tjic lowest possible price.
re-echoed the songs of the birds,
humming oi the bees, the rippling
lauuter ot the meadow brooks,
tne snouts of happy children, nnd
nil other delightful sounds of the
good old summer time. If you
wish me ocsi mere is tu music, set
desired by the solons were amicably your combination so that your
....I .1. . I tl...ul...1. ...Ill TXft . ..
received second reading, and will
receive its first publication next
week. All alterations aud chances
Tonight, my darling I'm dreaming
Of the halcyon days that are gone
Ami the light of fond memory's
On the days when our hearts
beat as one.
But the storms of our Jives threw
their "shmlnw -- -
O'er the path of our love's fuircst tone and prices have sagged from
Receipts at this market for the
week have been 1459 cattle, 89
calves, 1683 hogs, 5969 sheep and
21 horses and mules. The cuttle
market'for the week has been easy
borne say Hayes and some say Eill
more. Certnin it is that values of
lots have tnken n climb, while oth
ers have been taken off the mnrket
in anticipation of the coming of the 8,nrt 011 the other
new electric railway. That it will 800n taking about 100
be a great boon for St. Johns when
it comes is conceded bv all. The
extension to the Swift terri-
'The political pot is beginning to
fiiiioke.u'p 'a bit how. The fnct
11 primary election is to be held 011
the 27th of the mouth makes the
situation somewhat different than
H has been heretofore, All candi
dates must circulate petitions and
liave them signed by 25 legal voters
K'fore their .name will appear ' on
the ballot, With this condition
complied with, any qualified prop
erty owner may become a candidate
for any of the various offices. Cut
aud dried, affairs are n thing of the
past. It is not now possible for
adjusted, and the proposed ordi
nance seems iu Its present state to
be satisfactory to all concerned.
Au ordinance providing for hojd
ing the primary election on Febru
ary 27 and appointing judges aud
clerks for same was passed on mo
lion of Mr. Dobie.
High Cost of Living
timelock will open on Dick and his
trombone with Misj Gatton and a
The delights of the evening were
indulged in to n late hour and every
one seemed to most heartily enjoy
uie occasion, i.aurel lodge seems
to be awaking from its trance or
Rip Van Wlukle sleep aud applica
tions are coming in tit every meet-
&. One of 'Em.
Held For Arson
A young lady who taught a class
of small boys iu the biinday school
desired to impress 011 them the
meaning of returnlug thanks before In reventre for a hentlm
n meal. Turnlncr to one of the class in n it
.'A. ...l 1 tt.1 I tlAjn . . . n nn. 4 1I I . I . .,. 1 t .. I... . . . .
pvYciui wvmiiiuiin iu -ci luucuici i wnuse miner was a uencon m ine sntiirrimr n n it i a nhn.n.i im.i
nml l..r.t.tl..ift. . !.!.. . ,..J. ., ,. .1." 't."l V.t" . ",",!! ti". , 1W1
u,u,iiuiillMUlu l V.1IU oil, l infill- I Lllllll.il, MIC UMiCll llltli;
selves, nnd keep other likely and
willing candidates out of the race.
Many nameshave been suggested as
good timber for the city offices, but
all are rather timid about getting
petitiousiucirculatioti. Among them
For Mayor J. V, Hendricks, K.
C. Couch, A. W. Davis and H. W.
For Attorney A. M. Esson, At
torneys Gatzmeyer and Stroud.
For Treasurer W.Scott Kellogg,
J. E. Tnnch aud Geo. M. Hall.
Recorder Fred C. Couch and
O, R. Downs,
'. Counciluien-at-large S,L. Dobie,
A. O. Gessler, W. H King, R. D.
Jackson, H. W. Bouham, S. C.
Cook; J.E.Hiller, Geo. G; Carljart.
Coijncilmeti First . Ward W., W.
Windle, F. W. Valentine, C. J.
Anderson of Richmond street and
A, A, Muck.
Coiincilmen Second Ward J. S.
Do winy, Paschal Hill aud Geo. L,.
Perrine. . , ,
The very wide extent of the
work of the Oregon Agricultural
College is shown iu the report just
submitted by President Kerr touch
ing the activity of the college dur
ing the two-year period of -1908 aud
1910. He shows that during the
past biennium, more than 80,000
persons have actually participated
in the work carried on by the col
lege or under its direction. Many
thousands more have been supplied
witli bulletins issued by the college,
circulars and personal correspond
ence. This shows what a great
factor this institution is in advanc
ing the agricultural, horticultural
apd livestock interests of the state.
a swamper in Sherman Cochran'
saloon at St. Johns, burned up a
I. S. Brahme's clothes aud his tw
suitcases worth $75. "Red."
he is known he will not tell his
real name refuses to talk of
occurrence at all, but from the
lice and the man who lost
clothes it is learned that he
Brame roomed together in the
per room of a small frame buildincr
at the corner of Catiin and North
Hnvpi nnil Hint (Iipi-h wna M
i 7-room plastered house, lot 40X fi,t th-i--- in n.htM, w-.m r:..Ji
iuu lor i iu.su, moo cusn, uaiunce n cvrn KAttnr, i ,,.., r
.1. .Tt. r t. . I ' O wk. (vl
fiu u momu. iMiee irim irees. wi, i, nilwl Hrnm'c oinir o.i
I o-rooui plastered house, lot 35 suitcases on the beil and. after nour.
xioo for $1050, gtoo cash, balance Ing kerosene oil op them, set them
"William, what is the first thing
your father says when he sits down
to the table?"
'He say, 'Go slow with the but
ter, kids; it's 40 cents a pound,' "
replied the youngster. Ex.
Mid Winter Bargains
$10 per month.
We huve some vacant lots for
sale that are away below the mar
We will buy any kiud of St.Johns
property that is cheap. Come and
McKihney & Davis
teacher : I shall not keep you
after school, Johnnie, You may go
Johnnie:! don't want to go home.
mere s a baby just come to our
Teacher; You ought to be glad,
Johnnie. A dear little baby
Johnnie (vehemently) I ain't
glad. Pa' 11 blame me he blames
me for everything. Lippiucott's.
on fire.. Only the fact that the bed
did not touch the wall and had
wire springs saved the buildlntr
from destruction and, as it was.
mau named Hogan and another 1 v-
lug down stairs were nearly suffo
cated before the fire was discovered
and extinguished. None of the
participants will telj what started
the' row. A charge of arson" has
beea placed acainst "Rel":and he
is being held to await the. action of
grarnl jury. Telegram, .
A man who said he was too poor
to take a local paper once sent $1.50
in answer to au advertisement in a
city paper, for a remedy to prevent
his horse slobbering. Teach your
horse how to spit, was the reply he
: 1 t
rccciveu. ax, .
A. -W. Davis has purchased a lot
ou, South -Jersey street directly op
posite the Central school buiklmg,
Fred Auolz is constructing a cozy versaticn over the wire between two
dwelling in the North End. 'girlfriends.
A large engineering corps has
been busily engaged running a line
midway up tue hill at Whitwood
Court. They claim it is for the
purpose of running a trolley line to
connect with the large school to be
erected on the brow of the hill in
the near future. Several parties
have been solicited for options on
their land for the right of way. It
is understood that work upou same
win commence with the onenintr
An Indiana telephone cirl
cated her jaw while yawning,
niusi uave oeeu listening to a
And tonight, through the tear-deep-
Hojie catches 110 tremulous ray.
For the sun of life is fast sinking,
Ami 0 er you horizon afar.
Where the night from the dnv-
fount is drlukliiir.
Gleams portentious. mv fate's
Behind me the pageant is passing,
the drama that long since has
While memory its scenes nre all
To haunt me through vears to
Once ogaiti in your womunly beau-
I see you as when first I beheld,
'Ere lovers allured you from duty,
,And,the prjde.off my dnaiihood
TJieii I, turned my back-to the sun
liKUt, . To.tliepale, dim beams of the
To hide my soul's sorrows' in shad-
Away, from the sun's crimson
I bars. ' ,
Not much loncer I'll carrv mv
'111. lAlirnnif T ran
And the grave shall receive its last
jij Aud I from my bondage be free.
Perhaps, there is somewhere a ppr
hWliere Karth'.S linrw!ei;q nnrl enr.
A restiifg place quiet; imiiibrtal.
a nome for the wretched
tory will prove of Immense benefit,
as It will permit of laborers there
25c to 50c from the high point of a 10 "ave xxxt nawencea In St.Johns
week or two oko. There was no- ProIcr with easy nnd comfortable
thing of extra cpiality iu the ofTer- nc"ss ,t0 Vlelr ficUl of ,auo
iugs nnd the top prices was not V,uch ,,""e win n,so bc Blnctl iu
tested. The hoe market also "BKi'iKthc trip to and from Port-
shows weakness In svmnathv with ,nml' 08 the route will be more di-
Approximately 1000 mill hands
are expected to be put 011 duty iu
Portland sawmills this month. Krnm
the 10th to the 25th most of the
local lumber manufacturing planttt
which have been ctoscd for some
time, following annual repairs, are
scheduled to reopen 011 nt least one
shift. This would put at work In
the mills more thnn mnn mnu n mi
ld Ii ami would necessitate employ
ment of many others iu handling the
product of the mills.
The Portland Lumber Company
plans to resume cutting February
15. This big Institution will tnke
from the idle list about 250 men.
The North Pacific Lumber Compa
ny may not be open before March
1, but is expected to do so bofore
that time. Its force also niiiiibtm
about 250, when running one shift.
TlieSt. Johns Lumber Coiiixuiy
pjans to resume mill operation
February 20, and carries 011 its pay
roll about t8o men. At the liast
em & Western plant, one sid . U
cutting now, and is extxicUd ' to
At the Clark & Wilson, February
10 is fixed for resuming operations,
which will cnll for 100 mill workurs.
'the mothers' meeting held it
I r, 'iv.ii. ...... 1.. i.,. t "
eastern points. Supplies were made rect nnd stoj.s will not be nearly so dil a te e J nm n IZ
up equally fro... Missouri river and &uMf ns '' the present service. J,J " 0 ,r'VI J?.. . T
Portland, and the quality aside the prestige the city will gain sB fro n I e lifof Sir.
from the contract delivery was not by ny B n conicUnB trolley Hue WilhVrd'S
such as to bring out the full strength .will attract industrial plants and cEv K
of the market. The top price was 'o.,.cseekers here that otherwise Sire Sld for a c clilaU r? llbrlr?
8.6. Good nualliv shoct, hrnn.,h would iKrliaps never come. Its ". , .r.. 5 Vn.M 1 Hrari
'."'.. J ' Vn"' rnm ncr ii.lll .. nrb f " wen eaiumiSIIUll 111
i'ihh iirirw inf. iir rt mnt mru w,,""h ...... iitw ,vuii,iii,ii: ui r
t r. I w ,T
brought 5.25 and the ewes sold
for $4. 50- Most of the sheep of
fered were not fat and with the
heavy supply to chose from, buy
ers were indifferent to everything
but the best. There was some
business iu the horse division, aud
iu keeping with the sales made,
quotations were about as follows:
Drafters, extra 15.00 to 1700 lbs.,
i 165 to $350; draftdrs fair to good,
i25tag300. Chunks, flioo to
$150; chunk medium, $50 to liob
A Happy Surprise
drivers medium to good 4qto$i20 Llld tosay It vvas ft Mtv
days: those desirinir L-ood rund.
ing matter for thciusclvud or child
ren will do well to inquire of the
Woman's Christian Tuinpurnnoe
Au all day institute will ha lild
in the Baptist Church Fubruarv t.i.
A very pleasant Mirprise nurtv n treat that none can afford to mill.
wits given E. Le Roy Perkins, the Further notice with program will
genial counter jumper of the Hen- "PPenr next week. Pros Cor.
dricks Hardware Co,, by his sister,
Miss Lillillan and friends, at the
home of Miss Nellie Brown. 402
plugs $10 to $40,
D. O. Lively, G. A.
That a $2,000,000 factory which
will employ 500 meii on the day it
opens is about to be located in
Portland, that a paternal compen
satory law like that of Germany
for injured employes should be
adopted iu Oregon, and that eter
nal vigilance iu freight matters is
the price of trade extension was the
substance ot the addressed delivered
at the 1 6th annual meeting of the
Manufacturer's Association of the
II. Henderson, the nbstrnot ninth
line rnniniial I. ..a ' ' A
ruesday evening, h. " rT i Hi
1 . lit. t. t ..
ue puiiiug 11 itiuuiy, as it was a
complete sut prise. The evening
passed all too quickly with names
and music,after which refreshments
were served consisting of fruit salad
wafers, cake and tea. Those par
taking of the evening's surprise
were the Misses Minnie and Oueda
Plaskct, Nellie and Laura Graden,
Nellie Earley, Ella Edmoiidson,
Perkins and Brown; Messrs. E. II.
and Homer Plasket, Bert Johnson,
Geo. West, S. H. Wiim, J. Earl
Killkenny and E. Le Roy Perkins.
A quiet wedding took place nt
the M. E, parsonage at 6:30 p, m.
Wednesday, February 1. The con
tracting parties were Bert Mason of
having two rooms uicely fitted '11U
ins increasing business dqinnujlttl
more room, hence the chatigu. Mr.
Henderson has gained the ropuU
tion of bolugoue of the most rqlla
ble abstractors in the state. ..
Leroy II. Smith, formerly of St.
Johns, but now a hustling real- oj
tate man of Valle Vista, Iqft a
mamoth jK-ar at this office last week
which was grown on laud iu that
fertile valley. It measured 12x15
inches and weighed just two pouutlt
aud Mr. Smith stated that he hail
a number more that were even lar
Frank Test who was seriously
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present. compllslied youug lady, daughter
Dr. J. R. Wetherbee iu his ad- of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Godfrey
dress aniiouticed that there were of this city. The groom is iu the
live new factories on their way to mercatiti e bus ness in lone. Ore..
,i mo uaai. . .
Proin ill snnl'nrf. mwr liolnrrml
By no pen of Remorse iu this glo
TTlie nair nf th nmwnl ho
, w. ..aw I'.w....
marred. W. Scott Wilson.
roruauu, anu uie president ot one
of the largest manufacturing con
cerns iu the United States would be
iu the city iu a few days to make
final arrangements for coming to
this city. He refused to name the
where the couple will make their
home. All their friends wisli them
a happy voyage down the stream
of life. Rev. F. N. Saudifer pastor
of the M. E. church officiated.
has returned from a Portland hos
pital, where he had been coufiuqd
since the accident. His utimeroujs
friends were glad to see him around
No. 4 To D. Koth to erect a
a (dwelling ou North Polk between
Swift boulevard and Bank street;
No. 5 To Fred Anolz to erect a
dwelling on Chapel street near Port
land boulevard; cost, ?650.
No. 6 To J. J. Karr to erect a
residence on Hayes street between
Trumbull and Catliti; cost $1000.
Postmaster General Hitchcock
lias announced that after January,
1911, the government will discon
tinue the printing of stamped en
velopes and recommends that the
same be done by the local newspa
per and by special permit for the
towns nearest the newspaper where
a town has uo paper of its own. No
large towns will be allowed to have
You know that dandruff means
baldness it keeps collecting, forms
in layers and robs the hair of nu
trition. The first application of
Nyal's Hirsutone will loosen the
dandruff and supply nourishment.
North Bank Pharmacy.
The Home Telephoue Company
01 rortiaixi recently Installed one
of its pay stations in St. Johns
marmucy, 105 No. Jersey street!
The subject for the evening sot
vice Sunday at the Christian church
will be that announced for last Sun
duy, which the speaker was pro-
vented by illness from giving qh
that date, namely: The Devil and
His Angels. Be sure to come out
to see and to hear about the taber
nacle; it will be intensely intere.
iug to all, No collections oxqupt
at the Sunday services,
To suit botli those who like beef
steuk rare aud well done, cut it 111
two and partly cook one piece be-
D. Koth Is erectiug a neat little
habitation on North Polk street.
a monopoly ou the printing of the for the use of all persons defirhur ,r. fore PuUinS other one on.
i .,. . , . 1 -. . .. 1 . . i d 1
envelopes 10 me ueinmetu ot uie comnuttilcate over the Home sys
smaller newspaper. x. item. Dr, Webster has returned.