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TESTING AN EGG.
Many Wayt to Dtttct SUltntit Be
tldet Smtll and Tt.
It does not rciulro a wry, dlscrim
Innllng palate to detect an old crr
from n new one, nys n correspondent
of tho Now York Hun. Tho former
hna a rnnsty flnror thiit tlio Intlcr
never hns, and tho tntiitlnean mny
range from a slight taint to n very
pronounced one. It Is alwaya notice
bio In storage crri.
If any ono wIaacs to verify tlic jmlg
tneut of bin palate, tho following tet
may bo used;
1. It Is almost Impossible to peel the
shell from a fresh hard tailed prr
without linvlnc aoiuo of tliu while
como away with It
2. A atalo vug cannot bo txmten to
3. When n fresh egg Is broken Into
a til Mi tho yolk stands up and the
whlto does not aprrnd, whereas In n
atnle epa the yolk Ilea tint nnd (he
white aeems wntery.
4, Tho shell of an egg nflcr n cer
tain IciirIIi of time Iosch I(h chalky
anrnncc nnd becomo shiny.
6. Tho ntr apnee In tho Inrge end
of a newly laid egg Is about half an
Inch In diameter, and tin the epje ages
this apaco grows larger In alorapi
eggs It aomellmes extends to one.
fourth tho length. An expert ran very
closely approximate the ago uf nn egg
by examining this sjiaco. This Is
known as candling nnd Is dono by
holding tbe egg In a beam of light
A altnpler test Is to hard boll the egg
and notice tho relative size of the
THEIR AWFUL SECRET.
Caustd thu Real Ettata Agent ta
Changa Hli Mind.
When the family who ndmltted Hint
they were moving bemuse the tenants
at the old address made their lives
miserable confided In Hie renting agent i this
that they had ono peculiarity wlibh
they wished him not to mention to
their neighbors In hU biithllug the
agent got uneasy and executed n men
tnl qulckhtop trying to devise anme
wny to break tho loose. Hut nloud he
aald very courteously:
"I ahntl ho glad to oblige you If I
can. What Is It you wish me to keep
"The fact that we tny our rent
promptly on the 1st of every month,"
aald the hentl uf the family. "That
was something Hint nobody elao In the
other house did, nnd the agent im an
Incentive to pilek action on their mn
published the news of our promptm
Thu only action It stirred (hem Into
Was persecution of us, nnd they car
ried that to such extremes that we
had to move. If you will kindly re
frain from using us as a club to whack
your delinquents Into obeiiienre we
will appreciate It."
Tho agent resolved not to cancel thi'
lease, but at the same time he rellu
qulslicd a hastily conceived plan fo
procuring prompt remittances. New
In the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon for Multnomah
Willamina State Hank, a cor
poration, plaintiff, vs. II. II.
Parker, S. S. Parker, E. H. Par
kor. T. T. Parker and S. V. Par
kor, his wife; S. L. Scrotffrins
and L. M. Seroinrins. his wife.
and the First National Hank of
Sheridan, a corporation, defend
Hy virtue of an execution,
judgment order, decree and or
der of sale iusuod out of the
ahovc entitled Court in the ahove
entitled cause, to nie directed
and dated the 8th day of Set)
tomhor, 1!J1.', upon a judgment
rendered and entered in said
Court on the 2Gth day of Au
gust, 1913, in favor of Willamina
State Hank, a corporation, plain
tiff, and against II. II. Parker.
S. S. Parker, K. H. Parker, T.
T. Parker and S. V. Parker, his
wife: S. L. Scroirgins and L M.
Scroggins, his wife, and the
First National Hank of Sheri
dan, a corporation, delendants,
for the sum of $1741.00, with in-.
lerust at the rate of 8 per cent
per annum irom the zl.st day ol
May. 15)13, and tho further sum
of $.'2T).72, with interest at the
rate of ( per cent per annum
from tho 23d day of July, 11)13,
and Die i tinner mini ol szzo.uu
attorney's fees, with interest at
the rate of 0 per cent per annum
irom the Uolli day of August.
Slid, and lor tno lurther sum
of $l!).2r. costs urn disburse
inenLs, and the costs of and upon
writ, commanding me to
Notice of Cost of Improvement
Notice Is hereby given that the assess
ment (or the improvement of 1'esscn
ilcu street from Oswego street to Smith
avenue, the total cost of which
Is f 10,718.10 was declared by Ordinance
No. fiGO, entitled "An ordinance declar
ing the cost of Improving l'ctseudeii
street from the west side Hue of Oswego
street to Smith nvciiue, and assessing the
jiroiierty Itcncfltcd thereby, declaring
stieu assessment and directing the entry
of the same in the docket of city Hens'
The coat of sold improvement is levied
uton nil the lots, tkirts of lots and unr
eels of laud within the boundaries of the
district described as follows: lletween
the west side of Oswego street and Smith
A statement of such assessment ha
been entered In the docket of city Hen
September .'In I. 11)1,'), and sold assewmen
is now due and rxivahlc at the oiMce of
tlic recoruer 01 llie cltv ol St. lolins. Or
cgou, and will be dcliumicnt nnd beat
interest nftcrScpt. 13, 1U10, nnd if not
paid on or lajfore Oct. 3rd. 1913. tiro
ccciliugs will be taken for the collection
ol tlic same by sole of properly us pro
vineii oy me cny dinner.
I'. A. KIUH,
I'uhlislicd III the St. lohtis Review on
beptcmner utn ami mil, l'Jl.'l.
Proposals for Sfreel Work
Authoritative Corset Styles
That Yanks Dodot.
Tho description uf the llrsl operation
under ether In ICuropo us given by l)r
1 William Cook In the University
Collego Hospital .Magaxlno la repro
d ii ciil In tho London l.nncel. nnd Hie
aceno la referred to as the "inosi dm
luatto ever enacted In which medlea
men grouped tho atngo." Tho opera
Hon waa, performed by Itolmrt l.latou
on Dec 21, Will "At 2:1.1 l.lston en
tera, that mngnlllceut figure of n man
alx feet two Inches In height, nnd says,
'Wo are going to try u Yankee dodge
today, gentlemen, for making mini In
aeuslblr,' ao l.lston Introduced ether to
a Iomlnu hospital." The subject waa
a man, thirty sir yuan old, wIhmc
thigh waa amputated. The operation
waa auccetMfiil, nnd l.lston uttered the
epilogue, "This Yankee dodge, gentle
men, Inmts mesmerism holler."
Marvsls of India,
What n wonderful country Is India!
There la only one India. Its inurveU
are lt owu. There U the plague, the
black death. Iiulla Invented It. The
ear of Juggernaut was also ludla'a In
Volition. So was Hie suttee , mix) with
lu the tluui of mwi atlll living sir)
widows willingly ami, lu fact rejole
lugiy uurneu tnemseivM to Ueatn on
the bmllea of their dead husbands lu
a kluglo year. And 8U) would do It
this year If tho llrlllsh government
would let them, famine belongs on
eeially to India. ludlu has U.OOO.OiH)
gods and wonhln them all. On top
of all thU stio la the mother uud home
of that wonder of wonder, east", ami
also that tuyatery of uiysterltH, the
Kutaulo HrothorhoiHl of the Thug
B.ttlng H.r night.
Tho pretty and petulant wife of a
congressman stood for u moment be
fore tho window of the iwehlng teller
In a Washington bank, then tapped the
window with her parasol, exclaiming-
"Why don't you pay attention to
"We pay nothing here, madiiu,' was
the reply. "Please go to tho noil
window." Denver Uepubllcan.
v lit resolutely and fulthfwlly what yon
are: be humbly what you aspire to bo.
Wun'a uoblest gift to man la Ills sin-
tarlty, for It embraces his liile-grlt
make sale of the followinir ties
cnbi'd real property, to wit
Lola numbered Ten (10), Kiev
t ti i .
en in and rweive (IX), in
ijiock numnered pjieven (lij, in
St. Johns Park Addition to the
Town of St. Johns, of Multno
mah County, State of Oregon,
according to tho duly recorded
map and pint thereof; also the
Lot numbered Three (3) of
King's Subdivision of Lot Six
icon i in;, worm si. .loitns. in
Multnoinitb County. Slate of Or
egon, together with the tone
incuts, hereditaments and up
purienances thereunto ho onir
ing or in anywise appertaining.
Now. therefore, bv virtue of
said execution, judgmont, order.
decree and order of mile and in
compliance with the commands
or said writ, I will, on Monday,
tho 13th day of October. 11)13,
at 10 o'clock A. M.. at the east
door of the County Court House
in Portland. Multnomah County,
Oregon, sell at public auction.
(subject to redemption) to the
highest bidder for cash in hand.
all the right, title anil interest
which the within named defend
ants (or either of them) bud on
tho 28th day of January. 1011.
the date of the mortgage, herein
lorecioscd. on the fo owing- de
it i i . ... .
criueu rum nropuriy, to wu:
LoU numbered Ten (10). Kiev
en (11) and Twelve (12). in Hlock
numhered Kleven (11 . in St.
John's Park Addition to the
I own of St. Johns, of Multno-
mah County. Oregon: also, all
the right, title ant interest
which the within named defend
i t III k
anus tor eiiner oi mom) mid on
the IHh day of Fobruarv. 1011.
the date of tho mortgage, herein
toreolosod. on the fo low nir Hob
cribod real property, to wit:
Loft numbered Three (3) of
King's Subdivision of Lot Six
teen u. iNorui si. Johns, in
Multnomah County, Slate of Or
egon. or which the (lerontlanU
since inose (laies nnd in and lo
the nhovo described nronertv or
any part thereof, to satisfy said
execution, miiuiiioiu on or and
decree, iiitcront. cots and acorn
ing cos . T. M. WORD.
bhtfrifl of Multnonmh County,
Dated this 0th day of Stmtom-
Vnni iKsue Sept. 12. 1013: last
ItsUUU uct. Hi, 1013,
Sealed proposals will lc received nl
tlic omce ol tne recorilcrot tlic eft v of St
folius, until Sept. Z, 11)13, at H o'clock
p. m. tor the improvement of Cell
tral Avenue from the westerly line
of lluchnitan street, to the easterly line
of John street In J. C. Scott addition
lu the milliner provided by
Oldlnance Numlier KOI, subject
io me provisions im me euarier nii'i onll
nances of the city of St. Johns and the
estimate of the city engineer on file
mutineer's estimate Is 57,100.70.
Ilids must be strictly in accordance
with the printed blanks, which will be
furnished on application lit the office of
the recorder oi the city of St. Johns
And said improvement must be com
plcted on or before 60 davs from the date
of the last publication of this notice.
M) proxsiaorliliis will lie considered
unless accouisinied by a certilled check
imyable to the order of the mayor ol the
cltv of St. lolins. certilled bv a ttncixmsl-
ble bank for an aiuouut eoiial to ten tier
cent, of Hie aggregate proaiMit.
The right to reject any and nil bids Is
ny onlcr ol tlic city council.
1'. A. KICK,
Keeorder of the city of St. Johns.
Published ill the St. lolins Itevlew
September Mil, llith and 10th. 1013.
Proposals for Sireet Work
Sealed unuxistils will be received afthe
office of the Keeorder of Hie Cltv of St.
Johns until Sent. 10, 1913, at H o'clock
p. 111., for tne linptovcmcut of Hast
llurliugtou St. from the cost lino of letsev
street, to the west line of Central avenue
lu the milliner provided by
Ordinance No. WW, subject to the provis
ions of the charter ami ordinances of the
City of St. Johns, and Hie estimate of
the city engineer on hie.
Kiigiueer's estimate is f 1.095.7-1.
lllds must be strictly lu acconlaure
with minted blanks, w 1 c 1 will be furii-
Uhcd on apiilicatlou at the office of the
iteeorucr 01 tne uiy 01 St. joiins. And
said liniiMM-nicnt must be comnleted on
or before 60 days (nun the date of the
last puiilicatlou ol tuts notice,
No pmimMilaor bids will lie considered
unless accomnauied by 11 ccrtllied cheek
ixiyable to the order of the Mayor of the
Cltv of St, lolins, certified by a rcou
sit le bank for an aiuouut equal to ten
K-r ii-ut. uf llie aggregate prixm.il.
I lie rlglit to reject any and all bhls is
ay order ol tin city Council.
1'. A. KICK,
Published lu the St. Johns Review on
August '). and Scplcmbrrfiand 12, iyiH.
Proposals for Street Work
Sealed uromtsaU will be received at 1
ine ouiee 01 me lecnriinr ol the cltv of
St. Johns until Sept. 191st, at 8 o'clock
P. 111. for the imiiiovumaut of Crawford
street from the iHirthurlv line ol llutliuu
ton street to the Miulherly line of I'itts
biirg street, in the manner Provided bv
otdiuauee No. U&, subject to the pnivls
ioiisuf theclwiter and ordinance of the
cit of St. Johns, and the eMimate of the
city engineer, on tile.
I he engineer a estimate Is failM.W)
Itiilti uniHt betrictlv in accordance with
pnutetl blanks which will be furu
iklie 011 application at the office of Hi
recorder of the Cltv of St. lolins. An.
said improvement mutt be completed on
or before 60 days from Hie dale of the
lat taiUlieatiou of thu notice
No prolog Is or bids will be couktdcrm'
uuleaa accoiiiiKiuied by a certified check
Too Uusy For Uopervtsnce.
Singleton Do yon bollove in the old
adage about marriage lu baste ami re-
jK'nt at lelsuwl Wedderly No, I dou't.
After a man marries he baa no leisure
WJjere life la more ternmo in an
death It la then tho truest valor to
dare to live. Ilrowne.
SOS S, Jars.y StTast
See us for the Choicest Cuts of
the Best Mcats Obtainable.
Ordtr rHUwl arid TamUy Trad Solicited.
T P. WARD, Proprietor.
PROPOSALS FOR WOOD
Sealed bids will be received
by tho undeitiiKned at hia oflice
in the City Hall until (i
p, 111., September Kith. 1013,
or supply 0 woot for use
of the City Hall, estimated at
ao to 25 cords.
Hy ordor of tho Council.
I' A. KICK,
Published in the St. Johns Ho-
viow Sopt. 5 and 12. 1013.
Onicv IMionc Columbia 24
Residence Phone Columbia 198
St. Johns Express, Transfer
and Storage Co.
Piano Moving a Specialty. Until
ing; done to nml from Portland
Residence 400 Hast Richmond
Office 103 North Jersey Street
Daily triiia to l'ortland.
ClIAS. SAOHRT, lrop.
payable to the mayor of the eity of St
joiins, ceriiuwi ny a respoiiMiilc la
tor an amount imiii.i1 to ten tier cent.
tlnr aggregate protssal
The right to reject auv and all bids is
Hy order of the city council.
' A. KICK,
Published in the .St. lolins Review
September Sth, 12th and lUlh, 1913.
REVIEW'S LEGAL. BLANKS
The following list of legal blanks
are kept for sale tit tills ollice nml
others will be mhleil ns the ileitiaiul
Warranty deeds, Quit Claim
Deeds, Realty ami Chattel Mort
gages, iiatisliictlon of .Mortguges,
Contracts fot bale of Realty, Hills
of Sale, Leases.
All these blanks ut the uniform
price of 30c per dozen.
The Bungalow Store
408 N. Jersey St.
We buy or sell St. Iclins Property
AlcKINNEY & DAVIS
List your property with us if you Groceries, Confectionery, Ice Cream
desire to sell iituckly n .... r, , ,
302 N. Jersey St. St. Johns FfUlt, CllarS, TobaCCO, EtC.
Urlns in your job printing while
you think ot It. Don't wait uutll you
aro eutlroly out. Wo are equipped
to turn out neat and tasty prlntlugl
promptly at Portland prlcoa or- o
E, F. Moore, Prop.
Not tha libtl on your papar.
The Last W ord hi Dress Fashion
Parts and London. I'oiret,
has been heard from
i; ...k.... 11 :.. 1 ... 11 r
ixwiiiuiii, 1 uiiuiii, :11m inner worici-iaiuous designers
have perfected their gowns for Kali and Winter.
Women have seen and liked. Dress Fashions arc
settled for the season. You can now buy your corset.
WE HAVE NEVEI
having used some energy in securing
the St. John agency for the Warner's
Rust-Poof Corsets they make us
The fall models are all in, and you
may be surprised to know that we
carry twelve different styles ranging
in price from $1.00 to $3.50.
You may not know that you can
put a Warner's Rust-Proof Corset in
the washing and boil it. That is the
sort of material that makes them the
most popular corsets worn.
The Glove season is on and we
have increased our stock of these in;
keeping with the nice business we had
in them last fall.
Our line is a Glove put on the
market by Marshall Fields & Co.; not
a high priced glove but a substantial,
stylish well fitting glove.
Fall consignments of Buster Brown
and Wanderhose are also here.
Bonham & Currier
The Advertising Agreement
heretofore existing between the
St. Johns Review
Bonville 99-Year System
has been mutually dissolved, terminated and
became void September 1 st, 1913