St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current, August 24, 1917, Image 4

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THE DESERT YOSEMITE.
Fantastic, Beauty of the MuUuntuweap
National Monument.
For fnntnslic outline nnd brilliant
nml vnried coloring Mukuntuwenp
Xntionnl monument, in southeast
ern Utnh, popularly known as the
Little Zion canyon, probably equals
nnv snot on this continent, ltcccnt
visitors have called it "the desert
Yosemitc," others "the mimic
flrnnd canyon." It inevitably sug
gests both. "You can't seo it with
out whouling," reports one recent
explorer.
The Mormons of a former gen
eration chose this valley for a ref
uge in the event of being driven
from Zinn, as tliev called Salt Lako
City, and named it Little Zion. It
is locally called Littlo 'Ann canyon
today. The north fork of the mud
dy Virgin river flows through it,
and in the spring streams cascade
from the lofty summit walls. Many
fine trees ash, maple, oak, spruce
and others grow on the valley
Jloor.
The canyon is a mighty cleft, as
if tho mountain had been violently
divided to obtain a segment. The
walls are inconceivably carved into
domes, half domes, colonnades and
temples. Ono gigantic elill suggests
a battleship and is locally called the
steamboat.
Tlio faces of sonic- of the wulla
contain thousands of square feet of
plane surface upon which tho ele
ments havo sketched various llgures.
At ono point 'may be seen the pic
ture of a woman, a horse and a pig,
forming n distinct group. At an
oilier an eagle perches, trtio to this
imhln bird'rf instinct, high upon the
cliff. At other points crypts have
ltfen formed in the walls by the
shelling olT nf the slono otirfacu in
which may be seen other forms
scumiugly iH'ulptured. Nature seem)
to have fashioned here a line art
gallery of stupendous proportions.
Tho coloring is beyond descrip
tion, (ilisteniug white is lite basic
color. Hclow this a strip of blood
red mindtouo has weathered into
foriimtions resembling those of the
(I rami canyon. Tiioro am thou
Aiudis of feet of polished white sand
hIoiio vertically streaked with ver
milion, like a Roman sash. There
nie tiinkrt in endless similes.
Tlic canyon is more than ten
mile long and from 1, '.()() to i!,000
f&et wide. The neighborhood is
rich in striking phenomena. There
are natural bridges of great size and
Iwiulv. 'I'lii country was nettled by
Mornioiu many years ago and pos
soSfH'H much historical interest.
(iorcriiinont Itulletin.
The Pipe nf Peace.
Tlio North American Indian usu
ally made his pipes out of u kind o
Mont Known as red pipe Hlouc, o
which there worn largo deposits in
tlio old Sioux countrv, and the
('real Spirit is Hiiil to have given
liis iiidorMMiicnl to this particular
nwlcnnl, wlueli might havo lieeu
Sioux monopoly, in tliiei words:
I ill Mono is red. It is vour
IImIi. It belongs to you all. Out
of it nwktf no more tomahawks, war
ImtiihuU nor Kcalpiug kuivos. Uso
it only to umko the pipe of peace
ami miioKo iiiereirom wiieu you
would propitiate me anil do my
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Lincoln and a Laugh.
One tiny when Lincoln's cabinet
mot the president asked one of the
jiiuiuwn if ho had read Xasbv s hit
oM. .Mr. Stanton autere, stern,
(llgfuutMl took the president to
tnxk, Mying ho ought to bo thinking
of sterner things. Mr. Lincoln re
plied :
"jStmitou, I think 1 havo tho bur
iIom of this nation on my heart,
lmt laughter is my safety valve. I
am sure that if I couldn't laugh
MUiictiines I'd 'bust.'"
WhUtler'a Idea of Handi.
WhUtlor, the artist, nam": "1 ill
witytt uso Irish models for hands,
with their long, Mender lingers and
delightful articulations, the most
Ittwuiiftil hands in the world. 1
think Iri.li
bmHtiful.
eves are also the most
American girls' hands
oouw next. Knglish girls huve red,
eouwn hands; tho Oormaii girl has
liroml, flat hands, and the Spanish
ImiuI is full of big veins,"
Charloti.
Among some nations of antiquity
oiturioU, as eleplmnts among other
nations, may he regarded as tilling
tho place of heavy artillery, so that
the military power of a nation might
)m estimated by tho number of its
Qliuriou. Tims riuirnoli in pursu
ing uru.nl took with him G(K chari
ots. Cold 8Urch.
If you wish to make starch and
let it got cold before starching tho
oloth, try this plan: After the
Htarch is made and while still hot
Hprinklo cold water all over tho top
as though you were sprinkling
olothos. Vou will ilnd no scum on
toji and cn uso evory speck of it.
If you want job printing done
don't overlook us. We want to
do all the printing for St. Johns
people. For commercial print
ing this office is well equipped
and wo know how to do It.
Prices are lower than tho samo
class of work is done in Port
iuiul, because our expenses nre
less. Any support along the
.printing line that any citizen or
business man can give us will bo
highly appreciated. Please don't
forgot.
OF
Notice is hereby given that
on Monday, September 10, 1917,
the Board of Equalization of
Multnomah County will attend
at the office of the County As
sessor at the Court House in
Portland, and publicly examine
the assessment rolls for the year
of 1917, and correct all errors i
valuation, description or qual
ties of lands, lots or other pro
perty. assessed by the County
Assessor. And it shall be th
duty of persons interested
to
appear at the time and place
appointed. If it shall appear to
such Board of Equalization
that there are any lands or lots
or otner property assessed
twice, or incorrectly assessed as
to description or quantity, and
in the name of a person or per
sonB not the owners thereof, or
assessed under or beyond the
actual full cash value thereof,
said Hoard may make proper
correction of the same. If
shall appear to such Board that
any land, lots or other property
assessable by the Assessor arc
not assessed, such Board shal
assess the same of the full cash
value thereof.
HENRY E. REED,
County Assessor.
Portland, Oregon, August ID
1917. s7
Notice or Hearing Final Account
In the COUNTY COURT OF
The STATE of OREGON for
Multnomah County. In the
Matter of the Estate of Esther
A. Allen, deceased.
Notice Ih hereby given that
the undersigned, executor o
estate of Esther A. Allen, dee'd
has filed in the County Court o
the State of Oregon for tho
County of Multnomah his finn
account as such executor, ant
that the Court has set and flxct
Tuesday, the 18th day of Sep
tember, 1917, at the hour of
!):!!0 o'clock in the forenoon of
said day, at the County Court
Koom in the Court House o
Multnomah County, Oregon, as
the time and place for the hear
ing of said Final Account, to
gether with any objections there
may he to the same, and for
the settlement and distribution
of said estate. Dated and first
published August 17, 1917.
SKWAUI) E. ALLEN.
I'jxecuior oi uio estate o
Esther A. Allen, deceased.
.1. .1. Johnson, HM Spalding
lihlg., Attorney for said estate,
The Oregon
Agricultural College
What train aparlallala lth in Jam lab
aralnrica nJ aJaquala equipment lift la
alrurlioa WaJini U ell(lele ilafreea la Ike
fellolni iikiwli
AOIIICULTUkn, lt 15 deperlraaBlal
COMMCROC, with a 4eparaienli ,
EHOINEERINO, llk t d.peMiaanla. la
luJihf Cull. Kleililral, lllihwer, InJualrlal
ilia, Irrlfatlaa e4 llaaaaalitl Etiiluaafiafi
rOltr.HTRT, lntlufl( Mflif Kuileeer
l.r.
1I0MC r-OONOUIOS, lk aaejer depart
Hit, tnrluSiai llalglni In I tit TrMllM
lUuta,
MINING, ltk Urea fffarlMiali, laeUS
le( Chrmiftl Kuf laairlai .
riiAKMAor,
THE MOIIOOI, or MUSIC, efNra laatrwe
lion in the principal Japailwanla u( tcl
tuU iHatruru.hlal niualt
THE MILITARY DEPARTMENT, rall.j
UU .,J,u In 1916 IT, anj wt.a recouaiau'
Jalloa far 0 A U fr.ai Ilia Wtl,i Iliuart
ill at Oia V ! War llaptrliaaul eat ot
Ika fillraa ' dullniulthr J Hitlllulliiiii" t
Hlni laiimaf All aaJalt oill La luraliktS
ai.lla vHlfuraii t; Ilia I' S, Uiimamtal
hJ ika milur nJ a.mur fJ,U, auralliJ la
Ika II O. T I' "ill ka (Iraa reuimuUlloa for
ukiiaUHta, at nail at all lianiporlallaa eel
ulnUltiira al Ika ill rrli' Huiuu.r aamp.
KEdUTRATtON BI'.OINS OCTOBER ,
1917 luleiwatlea o raiuaal. Aildiaia.
Iillitur. Oiaiua Aiiltulluial Cellaia,
Certallli. Oraiou,
G. W. OVERSTREET
Plumblna and Gas
Flttlna
Job work promptly attended to
1'houe Colmiibla r18
109 Burr Slreel SI. Johns, Oregon
Friends of the Review should
not forget to send in any news
items that they have knowledge
of. Wo want every item of
news that's going.
Tho Portland Garbage Co. is
prepared to remove rubbish of
any nature from the residences
and business places of St. Johns
at 75c per month for residences
and from business places at
reasonable rates. Calls made
every baturuuy. Leave orders
at St. Johns Hardware, or phone
woodlawn
Residents of St. Johns havinir
taxes and city liens to pay in
'ortland can make their pay
ments without inconvenience by
availing themselves of our ser
vices. Wo will pay samo and
securo your receipt without in
convenience to you. ree, 25
cents. References: Any St.
Johns Rank. Peninsula Title,
Abstract and Realty Co., by H.
Ionderson, Manager; 102 North
ersey street.
Try n local ad in the Review,
you have anything to sell,
You will not be disappointed,
NOTICE OF MEETING
COUNTY BOARD OF
EQUALIZATION.
THOUSANDS HAVE
FOUND IT OUT
Columbia Ucach is the Fine
st Place for the "Kid
dies" in the Northwest.
Take them out any after
noon. Take them out
Ivvcry Saturday,
Pack the family lunch bas
ket and spend all day
Sunday there. 3
Children under 12 admitted
free.
licst bathing beach in Ore
gon. Dancing every
evening and all day
Sunday.
Take Vancouver trains at
Second and Washington.
Portland Railway,
Light 8 Power Co.
LAUREL LODGE
No. 186 I. O. 0.
(T. JOHNS, OREGON
MmU each Monday evening In Odd FaV
lows hull nt 8:00. A cordial welcome to
nil vliltliiK brother.
(I. W. Notcnr, Nolite Or nml
II. I,. WhMcr, Vice Or nml
Hi I llurrouitia, ('In, Hcc.
II. I'.CIark.Trtta.
St. Johns Gamp No. 7546
Modern Woodmen of America.
We heartily solicit the attend
ance of our memhersnt our noxi
regular meeting, Thursday, Sept
15. U. W. Muhm, Consul.
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Milk and Cream Direct
From the Cows
2
SMuscaday Dairy l
S
J. II. WlNDLE, Prop.
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Phone Col, 320
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Offices and Rooms
$8,00 per month and up
PENINSULA NATIONAL BANK BLDG,
Utiilding remodeled and rooms
modern in every respect
including steam heat
Best Located Rooms In the City
Apply 15. U. MOKKIS
Peninsula National Hank
..The Past Time Billiard Hall,.
N I, WIIITIt l'roilrlor
The Place Where They All Co
A Choice Lino of Cigars, Tobac
co and Soft Drinks
WHiHtli TIIH CAR KTOl'S
DOItIC LODGE NO, 132
A. T. and A. M.
.Meets the first unit third
Wcitiicwluyof each mouth
111 uicktier'a null, vim
tors welcome.
N. Hdlcf.eii W. M.
A. V. Davis, Secretary,
HOLMES LODGE NO. 101
KNICIIIS or I'YIIIIAS
On Vacation Until Fri
day Evening, Sept. 7
w. u, hvhns, c, c,
A.CAKI, NKI.SON.K.RS.
J. R. WEIMER
Transfer and Storage
We deliver tout roods to and from
11 pcrta of Portland, Vancouver. Llnn
ton. Portland and Suburban KxDreit
C., city dock and all points aoceeiibls
W waeTa riuui V4 lasretaUar. aBOviar
olm Poff J. II Harvey
P. & H. Transfer Co.
Phone Columbia 308
206 N. Jersey St. Johns, Ore.
How's This?
We offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward (or any caso of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure.
P. J. CHKNET A CO.. Toledo. O.
We. thd Ulliltfraltf ntl hav kmiu-n V 3
C'lieny for the Ul 1J yrura, ana believe
nun perfectly honorable In all builnees
Iraneactloni unit llnunelallv uble to carry
out any obligation maile by tils firm.
NATIONAL. DANK OV COMStKHCK.
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Hall'a Catarrh Cura la taken lnternullv
acting directly upon the blcnnl and mu
coua aurfaces o( the ayatem Testlmonlali
aent tree. 1'rlce TJ cent per bottle. Sold
by all Drui(irlti.
Howard O. Rogers. Lawver.
Notary Public. Over Peninsula
Bank; 7 to 9 P. M.
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One vf llteFjinoui u4t.'
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1 1 irut in th Brest Ural
nallonal runner I'Mcanc
I iifuarantetf to vou thu fait
fill iierfnrmance of our 30
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Ribbons will add a lot to the interest of School.
AND YOUR BOY
A Fresh New Suit of Clothes; not overalls, a new
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boys, and the cost need not be prohibitive.
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nt FACTORY PRICES, from 515.75,
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y Wo iiay return cliaruealr yuu ilccliln
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