St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current, July 03, 1914, Image 4

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    Wfcsttss and Hlthwt
A. subBms pnMg U CftHyle'e vision
f history m n stupendous procession
forth-lssnttiff from Clmmorlan nlgbt
and vanishing Into pathetic and fth
omless illenco, which la Rlvon n fol
low In "Bartor Itesnrtus:"
"Llko eomo wild llntnlng, wild tliun
dorluir train of hunvon'a nrnlllory does
this mysterious ninnldud thunder and
flnmo In Iodk drawn, quick tmccecdltiK
ornndour through tho unknown deep.
Llko n Ood-crcntcd, tiro breathing spir
it host, we uinereo from tho lunne,
basto fitornifully across tho astonished
earth, thon plungo ngaln into tho lnnuo.
Earth's mountains aro lovclod and hor
seas filled up In our passaRo. Cun the
earth, which Is hut dead nnd n vision,
roslst spirits which havo reality nnd
nro nllvc? On tho hardest ndamnnt
somo footprint of us Is stamped in; tho
lost rear of tho host will read truces of
tho earliest van. But whence? 0 heav
en, wblthor? Sense knows not, faith
knows not, only that It is through ntys
tory to mystery, from God to Ood."
Cruol but Necstaary.
The Eskimos drend tho winter nnd
toko early precaution!) to provide
against famine. As the season ap
proaches tho great herds of reindeer
mlgrnto southward, and thu walrus or
tho seal aro all that remain for food.
When nn In wind Is blowing tho wal
rus is easily found on tho outer hIro
of tho Ico packs. When It Is blowing
off tho shore, howcor, thu Ico packs
salt out to m'h will ibu wnlruncH on
thorn. Tho nntlvcs then class their
nutnbora In n list from tho strongest to
tho wcabrnt Tho food that Is In storo
Is divided up, Ihi weakest having tho
smallest quautllv, tho strongest tho
Inrgcst. Thus the mightiest hunters
linvo strength to provide for tho olh
ors. It Is n cruel system, but never
tholes n necessary one. If nil wore
weak, all would die; If some nro strong,
thoy will savo many of tho weak,
Ths 8 Lifts tho Orlndstonss.
1'roiii tho bottom of tho Hay of
Puudy cotno somo of tho fluent grind
stones In tho world, nnd tho mnnunr In
which thuy nro procured Is simple nnd
Ingenious, tho stonecutter making tho
ozcoptlonal tldo perform tho hardest
part of tho work. When tho tide Is
out, which hnppons twlco every day,
tho worltmoii quarry the stones from
tho solid rock nnd fasten them to r
big flatboat. Then In conies the tide,
a mighty flood rushing In, ns though
tho grent ocoan had suddenly ehauifod
its mind. A wonderful sight It Is
rising ofton ns high as n limine! And
now tho men havo nothing more to do.
Tho tldo lifts tho boat, ami up comes
tho stono with it. Ilont nnd stono nro
thon brought closo Inshore, where tho
stono Is romovod at lclsuro when tho
tldo Is outArgonaut.
A Pitting Roply.
Major Iminx of tho Unltod Htntrs
army was visiting In 'Canada soon
nftor tho war of 1812. Ilo was cnler
toinod In Quebec by tho otllcers of onu
of thu royal reglmonts, After iiinnor,
ptuchon and toasts bolug In order,
ono of thn Ilrltlsh olllcers, hiivlng Im
bibed too gonorously of thn vhnmpiigue,
gnvo as n toast, "Tho President of the
Unltod Mntos, Dead or Allvo!" The
toast was nccoptod with laughter
Major loinax roso to respond, say
lug, "I'onnlt mo to glvo as my limit,
Tho l'rlnco Hrgont, Drunk or HoImiiT "
Tho Ilrltlsh otllcor sprang Instantly
to his foot nnd In angry tones de
manded, "Hlr, do you Intend that re
mark ns an Insult?"
To which Major Lomax calmly nn-
worod, "No, sir; ns tho rep'? to ono "
Don't Qt Up In Hurry,
Don't Jump up tho llrt thing your
yes nro open. Hemember that while
you sleep tho vltnl organs nro nt rest.
Tho vitality Is lowered and tho clrvti
Intlon not so strong
A sudden spring out of btil Is u shook
to iheso organs, especially to tho heart,
us It Mparts pumping the blood sudden
ly. Don't bo In such u hurry Htretch
nnd yawn and yawn nnd Htretch,
Htretch tho arms and legs, stretch tho
whole iKsly. A good yawn nnd stretch
aro better oven than n cold bath. Tako
time. It will keep you young nnd add
ysars to your life. family Doctor
ooir.
A writer In an Itngltsh pajvr has
this to say regarding tho gamo of golf:
"Golf Is u -great game, but shiver mo
niblick If I think It comes up to tld
dliHlywIuks. It Is played with a cou
plo of farms, n river or so, two or
throo sand hills, h munler or impi
incuts resembling dentist's tools, a
tningo laugungo much llko Hindu
atanl, any old clothes and a largo as
sortment of oaths,"
Ovsrhssrd In tht Art Oallsry.
Thoy woro making tho usual round
of exhibitions.
"Oh," ho exclaimed, "do look at that
Uuutlful Apollo llolvoderel"
-Uhl" sbs returned. "Don't suy 'dear"
so loud. Evorybody'U know wo'ro Just
msrrlod." Judjo.
Sound 80.
"How oddly tho man cUanlug th
machinery tAllu."
"How do you mean?"
"1 heard htm tolling his helper to
save the wasto." Ilaltlmoro American.
Not For Now.
"That mou Is uu Inveterate gonslp.
and ho has a perfect geulus for smell
log out equally times In families."
"Thou his Is something of a storm
center." Kxcha ngo.
Aorobstlo Olplomsoy,
Kllhu Hoot onco detlniHl 11 rul dip
lomat thus; "A real diplomat, you
know, Is a man who can stretch baud
across the sea without putting hi
foot In It."
Nsw Dsngsr.
Wife Did you road about tho awful
railroad wreck? Husband-Yes, but
for heaven's suko don't lt your mother
know or sho won't dare to go home.
Batlro. Every base occupation makes on
sharp to Its practice and dull In every
other. Hid ney.
If tli high cost of Itvtat rl vary
lonr
Its meanlni. I fr, w'll b twitting,
To rfr lo th high ooat of llvlnc wars
wrong
TViiMt w sua tha high cot of eilittnc.
pbtc9 Xatsr Oc
aflsGsfBBVf
AMERICAN CHILDREN ARE REMARKABLY
WELL DRESSED TO-DAY
Whirtu It I a grsat temptation to
dress the dainty little maid of 1 or 4
In frill and furbelow, much a one
would h doll, American raotlurs r
fraln to a dtgre that I noticeable and
praiseworthy.
Thn child, n aoon a she Is old
enough to nolle hr clothe, take
troiic lkM and dlillk; If she ha
ben dresicd always according- to the
standards of good taste, she will nutu
rally show good taste In after years,
when she ha to rulila herstlf in sar
torlnl nmttur.
Utah llk end velvet, too much
lace and too many frills, have no place
In thn small wsrdrob thts aeaaon. Th
long waltted tyl ar atlll favored
and for "dreup" occasion, modern-
lied Qrsenaway drassea ar quite pop.
ular.
No. SitO Is a llttte dress In drop
shouhlerd ityle fashioned Of llnun,
which will be preferred this season to
many of th other materials, and
trimmed with two itrnlght, gathered
runie of embroidery: It shows one of
the new yok effects that will be popu.
lar. For u child of , this modul re
quires Sit yard of 38 Inch material.
No. 8S9S shows a very quaint drees
for a Rlrl of from M to IS; the btoiue,
which Is uuuntinlly long walsted, Is de
veloped In a (towered crepe! the skirt
la of blank (arrets. In sis Is, tm
drea may be made with Ctt yards of
It Inch material.
No. mo- slie 3 to 10.
No, S3U-(lies It to It.
Kueh pattern IK rent.
To obtain alllier pattern llluatrated (III
out till coupon and encloi U cents In
etarnpa or ooln. Ii aur lo atat number
of patUrn and l(. mtaiurliig ovr th
fulloit part of th but. AJi1r raltcrn
Ipartmnl, tar of thl paper
No. ,
Nam ..,
UU
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I
BEST BUYj
IN THE FAMOUS WHITE SALMON VALLEY
OPPOSITE HOOD RIVER
TEN ACRES
Set to Spitzenberg and
Newtown Apples
Trees in perfect condition;
fourth year. Located in the best
part of the famous valley, in Fruit
Home Colony. On the Trout Lake
road and also a public road run
ning along one side. Splendid
spring of water on the place.
Probably worth $10,000 in three
years, with a large and ever in
creasing income therefrom.
A Rare Bargain at $6,500
Also 8 acres adjoining the
above orchard, five acres in bear
ing commercial orchard, and three
acres set to almonds, 3 years old.
Good house and other outbuild
ings on place. Will be sold at a
bargain. Call at or address mis omce,
jPiano !7nstrttction
Studio 401 Alta Street.
ll Ktnncri SpcvUlty
(MISS MALENA G. LONG
I'hoa Columbia 7
G. W. OVERSTREET
Plumbing and Qas
Fitting
Job work promptly atteudetl to.
rhonc Colombia 518
109 Burr Street St. Johns, Oregon
REVIEW'S LEGAL BLANKS
The following list of legal blanks
are kept for sale at this office ami
others will be added as the demand
arises;
Warranty deeds, Quit Claim
Deeds, Realty aud Chattel Mort
gages, Satisfaction of Mortgages,
J. R. WEIMER
Transfer and Storage
Wo dsliver your Roods to and from
til ps?U of Portland, VsAcouYtr. Linn
ton. rortknd and Suburban Expms
Contracts for Sale of Realty,
of Sale, Leases.
' How Is Your Title?
Bills
IIav6 your abstracts made, con
tinned or examined at the Peuinsu
la Title, Abstract and Realty Co'
Accurate work. Reasonable fees.
II. Henderson, manager, 311 North
Jersey street Adv.
Co., city dock and all points aecsttlhls
Wf wagon- runs ana irnura vwf
Not V Utl en your Rifwv
Urlng In your Job printing while
you think of U. Don't wait until you
aro entirely out. Wa are equipped
to tarn eat neat and tasty printing
promptly, at Pertiia4 prlw or ton.
Those White Duck Trousers,
Thin Silk fiats, Negligee Shirts,
B. V. D. Uuderwear and our Regal
Oxfords and White Socks; they are
the things at our Men's Toggery.
The Ladies will appreciate our at home stock of Filmy Lawns, Dainty
Flaxons, Crepes, Dimities, Athena Underwear, Silk Hosiery, Voile Waists
and;he carefully .selected stock of dress accessories.
The Grocery Department maintains a Refrigerator wherein are Mel
ons, Cantaloupes, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Lettuce, Butter, Cheese and Milk.
Our store carries all the things that appeal to the Palate at the different
seasons of the year.
On Saturday. July 4, we will Close at 1 0:00 but open
again at 5 o'clock to accomodate the home comers of the
celebration.
BONHAM & CUIRRER
J
EDMONDSON CO.
107 S Jorsoy Street
MODERN MClllOOS
! The Famous Electric
I Parade
IN
Plumbing, Tinning
AND
Furnace Installing
Call up Columbia 92
Zdla
Mrs.
Office Phone Columbia 34
Residence Phone Columbia 198
St, Johns Bxprcss, Transfer
and Storage Co.
Piano Moving Specialty, Haul
in? douc to, lind from Portland
Residence 400 Host Richmoud
Office 103 North Jersey Street
Dully trips to Portland.
J. K. ATCKISON, Prop,
ORDER EASTERN STAR
Minerva Chapter No. 105
Meets H very First and Third
Tuesday livening ol Hach
Month lu Ilickner's Hall,
H. Johnston, Worthy Matron.
j a. wepneus, secretary.
Central Market!
205 S. Jsrssy Streot
See us for (lie Choicest Cuts ef
the Best Meats Obtainable.
OrsV rd and ramify Trad SsfeJUst.
T. P. WARD. ProprfcUr.
We buy or sel St. Johns Property
McKINNEY & DAVIS
Real Estate
Ust your property with us if you
desire to sell quickly
202 N. Jersey St. St. Johns
DR. FRANK F. CASSEDAY
SsecUlkt In DIM I tht Eye, Er, Ntu,
Thmt tad Luit
Opsrative awl Medical Tretmat
Expeit Fitting of Clauea
Moderate Prkaa
rfs4 MITTa ai4 isrTi IWHilR
JOSHPH McCHESNCY, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Dsjr t. Hlght Offle In UeChtmf Ml
OF THE ROSE FESTIVAL
Will be reproduced under the aus
pices of the
PORTLAND AD CLUB
on tho night of
JULY 4th
In the City of
PORTLAND
The public is cordially invited to witness this
gorgeous spectacle. The twenty-one floats represent
ing the development of the west, coupled with his
torical features will all be reproduced.
PORTLAND AD CLUB
St. Jshns.
Orcrt.
DR. W. J. GILSTRAP
Physician and Surgeon
Glasses Accurately Fitted
DRUGS FURNISHED
Office Ptans Cel. 262 Ret. Pfem tl. 1H
omccKooitu6aud7l'lrttttatlonl Bank BUfj
lleildcnce iijo Wlll.mttl. Boulevard
A GOOD BUY
At Whitwood Court, a piece
of3 ground 600 feet long and 100
feet wide, being the upper half, of
block 16, and located not far from
the Railroad and Street Car xLine,
on Mill Street. As Whitwood will
soon have the great Scenic Drive
way passing through it, and other
activities are to take place, this
tract will soon become most valu
able. Price for a short time $2500.
Call on or Address this
Office.
O. J. GATZMYEl
ATTORNEY AT LAW
McDonald Building
ST. JOHNS . . OREGON
PERRY C. STROUD
LAWYER
Fir.t National Dank Building
ST. JOHNS . . - OREGON
THAD. T. PARKER
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
Rooms 7 ant) 8
Holbrook Builditig ST. JOHNS'
DR. RAMBO
DENTIST
Phone Columbia 51 .
First Nations) Bunk building.
ST. JOHNS. OREGON.
DR. J. VINTON SCOTT
DENTIST
Ops KtmUc Ktd Su&days hjr
pobitsssnt.
Office Phone Columbia 140
Resident Phone Columbia 38
LAUREL LODGE
No. 186 I. O. O. r.
ST. JOHNS. OMGON
MmU Mch Monday vnlng I Oii Fs4
lows hall at 7:30, A cordial welcome to
all visiting brothers.
NoMe Grand, O. B. Beham.
Treasurer, It. V. Clark.:
Ik. Sc., O. 8. Hayaet
Via. 6c, K. 8. Wright.
HOLMES LOOGC NO. 161
KN.6HTS Of PYTHIAS !
Meets every rtiday night at
7:30 o'clock la I. O, O. V
Hall. Visiters always wel-
come.
A. W. PICKRL.C. C.
A. CARLNBLSON. JC. . S.
DOMC DOOGC NO. 132
Kscutar cocamuHlcatbns
em awtt W4sve4ays ef
mU "saesitta ia Wsksw 's
Hall. Visitors wkssae.