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THE REVIEW Job Print
ing Department Is one,
of the very Best not
the largest-ln Oregon.
The Circulation of THE
REVIEW in the Penin
sula exceeds that of all
other papers combined
Advertisers, note this.
Devoted to (he Interests of the Peninsula, the Manufacturing Ccntor of the Northwest
A. E. WILSON,
All Kinds of Work Done Promptly
At Reasonable prices. C?lvc mc n cnll
Jersey Street, St. Johns, Oregon
TW u ! d'P,Dj on lh eholcM'
j.lifcrr i nil courteous treatment
,hV rou ordr from tho old r.ll.bl.
NOTES AND COMMENTS
Various Topics of Local and General
interest Briefly and Tersely
NemtroBs Matters Which Are Before the Public
for General Discussion
ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARpH 17, 1905.
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The franchise asked for by the
icn:jJiioiic company nt the last
meeting of the eity council, so far
no llm rniiciil..r,ii!n.. rr 1
...w .unoi.wi.iiiuii uuuicu IS con
cernetl, was anything but coumli
SUohnsMeatMarketES 5L c7 jfiSS:
i wtpiw to tEeir .tiifction, br grant such extensive privileges and
riiiiuu nintwi lint atAvMM
SMITH & DONNELLY
St. Johns Market
Cigars, Tobacco and
St. Johns, Oregon
rights along the streets and tmhlin
it . . 1--
luuiuugniarcs lor a period of 2s
years, was as presumptuous on the
pari 01 tne comnanv as t wn
st. johhb. oseoon uncomplimentary to the Intelli
gence of the council. The tele
phone people offered to grant the
city the privilege of stretching
fire alarm wires on their poles, a
thing that will not be necessary
for some . years to come, most
likely, amounts to nothing. The I
council vety properly laid the mat
tcron tne tab e
"OLD REALITY" AGAIN
This Versatile Obervcr of Things
Has a Heart to Heart Talk
With Review Readers .
About Natters Which to Him Seem of the Most
Vital Importance to Growth of the City.
have barges built
rock across the river and give this
district the benefit of macadam
road-beds as soon as feasible.
This will be a great benefit and it
is safe to predict that the people
will see -to it that the judge will be
kept in position to carry out his
policy of road improvement.
The Journal reporter was cer-
lumiy given a till of "hot air" in
his endeavor to boost the Organ
political club and the Organ ticket
111 last Friday's issue of the Journal.
The old falsehood to the effect that
the Commercial association is
engaged in backing up a local
political movement is again
resurrected. The men who assert
this know thev are utteri'mr
truths, without the least vestige ,of
fact to warrant such stntiMiienin
and the Journal, which is ilnintr along the lines of greatest resis-
eilnli . 1. 1 . 0 I tnHMj. 4.....12..... . . 1 ! ... ,
k wurK nioug rciormatory '"""o i.-huhi w imuuuu nnti
lines, is lending its columns to a ennoble all that is Godlike in man.
most despicable miroosc. in fnre of would it seem out of pace to
nil the facts. The Cotnmereinl apply this aphorism to St. lohns
association is doing a great work a,ul its environments and thus stir
for St. Johns, and every citizen, UP u 8I)irit of emulation; n desire
save tliosc of the olistriieiniilt on tne part of each unit of the
ind, should and docs feel n nride
body politic and social to secure
in this organization. Wliv iumi nil that is due us from our location
should persist in trvimr to tenr the natural blessings that
"Talent is formed in the soli
tudes. Character in the torrent of
the world." An aphorism which
fell like a polished pearl from the
mind of one of the most gifted men
the world ever produced. Mutes.
tic in meaning it stands todav for
all the progress of the nations; for
tne advancement of the individual
.,, , lllB mat- ........ ., , 'ft."' surround us.
General Repairing company evidently thought'?? MWI- enrich ami make sur- AjT"!'!? thn,1 .5t will lc iM.rfoct!y
Iiiuu lumui an easy mark. The winiure nui :, , : ...... . ..n.,
comnanv now thi nL- .m ,i.7i.. I "' comprehension. Nobody arlicIe i!l to Ctt the attention of
lalheOucksm tit iik line protniHiy niul ,iln,,i.i' u ,i . . '
in 6nKU iiwniwr. Your trndi to- l,lnt tI,is clt' is llot l easy.
is very wholesome and full of com
fort." The rich, sweet cream is a
lit nectar for the gods and we must
have it but it does not follow that
the source from which it conies is
to be worshiped as something sa
cred. Put her where she belonirs
and all progressive citizens will
Our street car service is not nil
that can be desired, but we slmll
keep hammering away until the
"powers that be" shall give us
what we desire just to get rid of
tis. Constant dripping wears
away the stone, and a constant
Hammering crystallizes steel and
renders it worthless, We shall
keep pounding at the company
until it crystallizes and gives all
We shall soon have two railroads
running through the city. The
Assurances That the Gatton Tract
of nighty Acres Has Been
Secured for a Site
The Most Important Addition to St. Johms Indus
tries Yet Located Here.
Developments of the last day o
two makes the location of the Wey
crhauser Co. here a certainty. On
the best of authority it is stated
that the deal for the Gatton tract
has been closed, and the money,
$40,000, paid over.
W. T. SLATTEN
Oflice in Cochrnn Mock, next to Dr.
Office hours, 9 n, 111. to 8 p, til.
Telephone Scott tt.8
Lawrence M. Hcnscl, M. D.
Office nt Ccutrnl ilotol
Over l'ostoflico . . .
Office hours, i to 5 p. 111.
I'lioiie Scott 1 1.18.
ST. JOHNS, - . OUKOON
1 he purchasers propose to corn-
Northern Pacific will soon have it "lence the work of ercctiucr a mill
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ue in course 01 construction; the of 300,000 daily capacity at once.
001 nern raci he s already here. This transaction settles
Dr. E. W. ROSSITER
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Offlre hourit 0 to 12 And 1:30 to S.
Itralilcnro l'liono Scott 1304.
Ofllc l'liono Union 4003.
Dr. MARY MacLACHLAN
Office hours, 9 to i 11. 111. 1 to 5 p. m.
iSlXxiryli ltlo,,( the future of St. Johns Kcshiccc .,,oc Scott 6350.
ists to our pleasant city, and add a ns n IrtrKc manufacturing center. office p,oi,t. union 699.
Horseshoeing a Specialty
All Work Promptly Done nnti Correc
M. L. ROWLAND -
Corner fvnnlio ami Tncoiim tttrccU.
and Machine Shop
Rcpatnng promptly done, Prices
rcuonaiHc. 1 .sen 111c oesi mean- Siooo. or .to.onn fnr th,. tm..l nr..
descent globe 011 the market; full of the franchise.- This appeals to 0llpt of St. Johns Mill Sought
Imeof electrical supplies. Key fittjug us as being a very proper and hy California Iurchasei.i.
and lock work. Gunsmilliing. reasonable demand, a.wl If th,. .,.
House wiring and all kinds of company means business it will A. F. Easthrook, of San Francis
cicvMicunvorKproiiipwynuciuieti to. agree to the tenns. Of
n n klCrr una city could not exact so
WW WWli la Httin as IOOO n vnr from
TaCMia Street, Near Jersey." company seeking a franchise here, f ' ,,
rr r- I lm ikntnn emu ci.ni.i.i i. .1 'or me
objects to the Portland Journal 0,1 tlose who have acquired "talent
boosting for the Organ candidates the solitudes" and "character
The Uevltuv Hilni-u ti ...... i.t 1. J or the Oman iMlitiail ortmnIminii l the torrent" to some of the
lit I " I..' -o 1 .. ! .....
all right to grant a franchise, tiro-?T U1C candidates of any other I'ing nrnis 01 our ucautmil little
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viMiiiK some conshtcratiou was "" '"P'rcs 10 promi- uv""i'i "i you
given in return. As to what this I ,,CI1CC ns " leader and manager of observe, their assistance in pushing
consideratiou shou t be. the dtv ? 1ohhcui party, but th
of Portland affords n v.rv nituf,.n. jection. to the'Journal or
lory guide. The new teleniione I'-'MH-t, using its Influence to destroy
company which Is now exploiting I t,lu usefilness and malign such an
Portland, is called upon to pay one ; orKizniion as the St. Johns Com
per cent of its gross earnings, but ll,crcinl ussochition.
" ""'6'- niiuit uii.t 101111 woilin iiiiv mm tikc
rt w ivim i 111 11
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ere is oh- me enr oi progress until
any other Us velocity is so great that it will
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tiesirnmc icaiurc 10 our list oi pastimes.
At present we have a hvbriil
building which does for city hall
and also city jail. The land is pur
chased for a large city hall and It
will not be loin: until we shall have
a hall of which we may well feel
What we must strive for earn
estly nnd continuously is enterpris
es which contain a pay roll. It is
all right for Father Dunn to paint
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"1, ' ,T,;,C n.r "' In prourcs for the
acres of the
erty, adjoining this
Conservative men estimate the
doubling of St. Johns' population
within the next twelve mouths.
The air has been full of rumors
in retrard to the location of the
Weyeihauscr Company's biir saw
mill at St. Johns, and while nothing
absolutely definite can be obtained,
yet every indication strengthens the
belief that this most desirable in
dustry will be located here. For
some weeks negotiations have been
Ofllcitt Upilnln, next Ulllott'i Drue Slorn.
T. T. PARKER
Attorney - at - Law
nuiiraii, or lor fliouier Jones to ..!..f.i.. ..e .1...
set out roses in her front vard Ifsl... . B yjl: lwu " T
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Kiiy ii me
1 tt iiikiii. iiiil 1 1 1 1 At nun 11111 iiniir 1 . 0.
run by its own momentum. l0 ti,e Welfnna of tin rlti- 1 m . 1,1 n,,cr n ",osl ll,"KM "
'Conie and let us reason togeth-l ,Cm
. ki was uie appeal ot tne inspired nionev into circulation mmnl.lv. r . ... SK .,CI1US coiiunn
writer, and that is the spir t in vlu t t belief that this tract has been
which this article is written I.et X" wan s 011 (locl,le(l l" f,r l
m reason together, mv frlen, . n,Urwnn,s' Rkamtv. ,, r mhwlry, T10 ,rncl ,
Inilriictlons 011 PIANO and OROAN
AAY . ROWLAND
50 Cents a Lesson
Corner Jersey nml l.cnllt Streets.
GOODRICH & GOODRICH
until we shall have reached the question would m've a deep-water ht,
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best plan for making St. Johns the fuoairtiiiiAi. 1 i.i:Nsnil'. trontago of nearly one-half mile,
ultiinathule of nil that is desirable and alTord ample room for build-
and then, after having chosen onr M'cople Now Locating in St. Johns M"k's. y:rls etc.
best man as leader, let him, in the Are of the Sturdy, Active Coupling the fact that Northern
I'acinc engineers nave been operat
ing in tins locality for several
hi weeks, the frequent visits of Wey-
tcter erhaii!er officials, and other inter
To the Public
"ELASTIC ROOF PAINT."
Fire ami water proof, is nmnufact
course, co, representing large lumber inter- i""8U.n,?!,1of ,Nal,C0 .terloo Husiness Class.
, , great ests of California, was a St. John, ffl fX?X& St Johns UV,n cause
!" !... ' vls,tor " lucsday, having come lie no chance for iih to eo down in congratulate itself on the rlinr..,.
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but home sum should l)o demtm.lw ,or ,IIU Prlose ot contracting for "eieai as thai splcndjd genius did, ot the citizens it has lately been ac- esied parties, and the further addi-
Inrfito n rviUMtinliti trt-ftl'a
nne raitroati-tic output of our locn wiiose sun rose at Austerlitz and nuirmcr.
the ninoimr rramlr.i i. t... r California has exhausted its set at Waterloo, and all because he the idler.
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(mrsturisd Roof Painter.
I'hcre is no rooifi here for I tional fact that parties who had
Those of that rl llcascil portions of this tract for a
supply of fir timber, of which in the im ot know the sunken road of chance to drift into this citv quick
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nr. si iiinct. 11 iinii niiiv i cnifiii mi.ift. iwiiiini mv DCLUfrn mc ii!nniiiM i iv uisrnvpr imi nni
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Another phase of the franchise, ln n,,1 has for ome time been 1l Guard and the allied forces of quentjy, make their stay very brief.
; rcuwood lor ranroat: tie. 'iwi hikju wiioiii ne was mining u is not diiiicuit to discover the
supply of this wood is also di- u,e "ower of his army. loafer, either alone or in a ernwi
slung rapidly, and, as a conse- There is no ".sunken road" Ivintr M ,u oarnes his trade-mark in his
s between us and success and it ,ace. It is seen m
IZ , T 1 . ' 'A "'""'"net- Another phase of the franchise,
urand uscil soleybyC. T. Moe, should it be gnmtwl, is the. matter K "
L ff,,,av,K mo interest In of tolls. The city should incorpo The supp
wne. uint nnd jircserve your rate in the ordinance Krantinir such nunisliinjj
JOHNS AMD VOUTI.ANU, OnUQOlJ
Chicago Rooming House
P. W. IIINMAN, Prop.
Rooms from Slum n week tip.
Cor. Chicago nnd Ivnnho streets
term ot five years have been uivcu To St. Johns. Illiili laud lie i ecu car
a haiitlsome Ikjiius to throw up their Hue nnd river. Lots 50100, nllcjs, $200
lease and vacate by April 1st, all Hniy monthly Payments.
tends to confirmation. ,, .,. ... .i..
If this comply does locate here u VAll tuu 1 .M. juinii
uiu uuuu a mm, u is win mm I lies-1
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an . - r -"- 1 WIW Wl411itltll.; U1UIIII1IU ailUIl I r - a .t. viuw- I -!- s.t W altllllWWil lUilti 1 Villi' I MiiMViiMii i ill IIIJ1 I ' 9 I mm,
tite limn tln imwi iinimriMiii ..v.. ni id.. 1 1 in ran 11 Anro into tnr vain
Mj. f , " . HHHHiiiRi illllllciu UUVI.11UII.1 llllll I "IV , " "H" wiiiinnitj wn ililL0.1 II 1 1(1 III'"- " r""i LWlluui.il- ""I"" v "- I gQ -f HUlW L.UIO I U I UlllU
& 7 mys jor exorbitant charges should not be UI urM s,a,e nave turned toward remains with us to make cur re- "ohi me iowii, m ins movciueiitsl1' '' nr inarKcti uie progress oi
tlZUIV'Ill'e Cents (1 cnllnni I t . .... . l'.... t - I., -r .it I . . . .. I if... .. . I if. rr . . Cl l,.l.... I. ll r I
- " '"i"v. miKie ior service. a stated maxi- v-"-K meir tuniny oi ran-n onei as waesar s to the ev ami in ms einin 10 j. i iiie.m ihj mh.ui ai-
I . iSCOE mum amount should be stated roa( umbers and lir lumber. Koman senate when he wrote,
i t.i... n.. I piaiiuy, and leave no ciinuce for 1 wicrve, sam mv. ivasiurooK, vein, viui, vici.
Ifvillilrunllmi C Tntino l...o ...... I tll.'lt (Iri'lTlTI U fnr lu'llillil ffilf- I
l !... . ...
.. . miinw.aiiwn wji. juiiii.i nun now ; " v-.ii- iu mc layman, who gazes at tne
oi.jonus Pork reached n jwint when it can name Mornia in tue matter ot railroad surgeon performing an operation
overlooking river. reasonable tenns for granting cor- construction. Our state will be the process often seems to be brut
performing an operation,
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near woolen noranou prtvlieges, and great care conweoucii wmi rauroans as. rap nl. He says to himself as he
should be exercised in seeing that '') cy can be bum. nans for watches the cutting of muscles,
fo.-wt, 50 X 100
x 100 Finest 1-4 block In no franchise Is given away without construction work this year
iair atui nisi cotisiderntinn.
WW-Hlock on Uroadway.
D. C. Rogers
THE REAL ESTATE MAN
a. JOHNS, OKI'.OON
avoitl the places where men of fair, for be it known that the Wev-
irawn ami brain are euiova b v en- ernauncr company is the laruest
gaged in turning out the products lumber manufacturing company
of wealth and usefulness. operating on this continent. It has
nut men who come with a little the largest bobbin's of timber lauds
money to invest in homes and lose of "' concern on the Northwest
no time in seekimr employment Coast, all the Northern Pacific
tendons and the scrapimr of tlie where there is work to be done be- granted Umber lands having been
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1 1 11.1 iiiiiii.iiir iiisu nils
With ill lc)'K, nil corner,
Dr. William Wolf Hides
St. Johns llcljihH
SC. JOHNS, Or
. . I ... t ni'tiif. wa . . . I
reach a cost of millions of do a rs bones, that the imm U ni.nin..i.. loner to the class of pl'on e whom secured, tins company
before they shall have been fully heartless. That he cuts simply for we need. It is that type of toilers ".large interest in the Northern Fa
In conversation with n nrnniinent I executed. Almost cverv coimmmi- the iov of riitttiie. nnd vit imtlilmr who
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r- JSiaruier from the truth. The "'
mild up any community.
a . a
.1111 men aim women who
GEO. W. CONE
F,(f ing, Ceiling, Rustic,
au Klu da of BuiMUg.
me must be reached and scraped 8,mI' St. Johns' conditions as they follow.
that every tendril of the dis- arc a,l('' whenever they see the The
sed organ may be removed; so ecd of re willing to put their ton trm
and thorouchlv reliable official of ty in the coiunionwealth of commer
Multnomah county the other day, cial prominence will enjoy railroad bone
it was decidedlv refreshing to hear facilities. so th
him internret the du'tv of a nubile "In Oretron, too. I observe much eased
official. He remarked: "It is more activity in the matter of open- that not the tiniest root mav re- shoulders to the wheel and help to
affairs of his office
care he would
private affairs. I hold this is not with the impetus of railroad facili- flinch but' be assured that all is for ) this class of immigrants
sufficient..., A man's private affairs ties. Ihc eastern portion of your the best.
are his own; he is responsible only state, 1 understand, will be the prm- First, I wish to call attention to
We eihe Kailway Company, and if one
wi Icomcs the other is most likely to
that a public ing remote secuons 01 tne state, main to sprmir auain into active "urease ne wieen 01 tne cnariot ol " tJ,lH
handle the business rich in products of one kind or an- life and thus nullify all his pains progress, riie.se are business pco- "lay throw some li
with the same other and, in many instances, of and care. So if, during this article I who appreciate the virtues of ten
exercise in his mvn manv products of varied character, the seal nel touches the hnno tin nnt life and know how to annlv them. John HaL'uerty,
consideration for the Grat-
tract is said to be $10,000.
i'lic following item clipped from
Kecorder, of 1'ortlaud,
gilt on the mat-1
of St. Johns.
St. ut lately irom Wisconsin, and an I
tUrlal to himself; but in handling public cipal scene of this activity. It ap- our streets. They are in a debtor-
f""Pt Dtlli.r, Qurit..4.
T TOW BUBin-OTON 8TB8S1
'meanU:l,ft at Couch's store
AHenllon Givta to AH.
DANIEL BRECHT . -.
ES TO RENT
anstirs ne a responsible to the pub- pears to me to be a ricn ncid tor able condition. Mud I Mud I Mud.
lie. The people who placed him investment by railroad companies everywhere. No 1 stranger could lw.
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iiu responsioie position wani tue anu u witi noi, uiereiore, long re- pleased by their apjiearauce. He
business transacted to suit them, main isolated by lack of rapid-1 would rather feel disgust and leave
uot uie omctais. tie is handling transit taciutics m tue conveyance town. losimr a trht of the m
funds not his own. but theirs, and of freieht and nassemrers to and ctmvI fan
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10 t item ne is respousiuie. ior uie irom iis ousy ccmcrs, account of Ids inability to get 1"""""k evciy necessary ciciueni "l ""-v
proper conduct ot tneir business. 1 oeneve jour t-ewis and ciarK aroutid dn'-shod. Ul ""V aiid nappy uie. its
In his private business he is the fair will be a crcat thintr for Port- Tmc innimnr,, schools and churches, its business
lohns is receivinir its full slmn. experienced timber cruiser.
Unr city is essentially an Indus- Koue to the Weyeihauser pioperty
trial center. Those who conduct down the river to locate camps from
the business of our mills and fac-1 which to send logs to the new saw
lories are making money. Those '"'Hi which it is claimed is to be
who do the work for them are pros- fault nt St. Johns. Judge Cochran,
perous. these are two com t ons 01 the vveycriiausi'r Lonipauy, stat-
many I essential to growth, development, c' lo J Loy, a contractor here,
dl of, expansion. And St. Johns is ex- 'hat he is going to licgin work 011
G. W. OVURSTRI-I-T
Columbia Boulevard and Central Ave.
Airs. L. Tyuer, Proprietor
Tlrst Class Rooms t
Culdiio Ihccllcnt 1
WW A HOUSE CALL ON
Successful Social Affair.
sole judge of the propnety of this land and Oregon generally. In fact ,,, fnr shi,..niL- nil ti. nouses and fraternal societies are The bill triven Mondnv eveninfr. .T.r strf
isi... ui! ...:n i.: . . r 1. r . r nmcn,,,,. r.. I ..1 1 . I . . " " . -- 01 . .......
in iiu(ccjjcuuHiuvi jh Mia ijuuiiu H win uriiij,' iciis ui iiiuusjiius vi 1 city. True, it will cost money to 1 ' . i' .miiinmm under the auspices of the Modern
capacity greater care should be ex- people to the coast who, taking ad- hnitrl th
room and facilities for more mills Hrothcrhood of Amerirn. was nne
ercisediu disbursing the earnings vantage of the reduced railroad weu spent, and will come back ten- an" factories and we have within of the leading social functions of
of the people who place them in fares, will come in quest of homes, fold within a short time. We have eas' rcac,l a!"I),c slIPlb' of the the scaton. Aliotit one hundred
ins bands for disbursement. Fur- When I was liast recently I heard pjenty of material and there will be ,raw '"Jteriais with which they may persons were present, and all cx
ther" he went on, "the idea that much talk about the great fair. I no trouble in securing men to do l,us' themselves in the production pressed themselves as having spent
public trust is a license for public saw but little advertising literature the work. Roods for which there is an tin- a most en lovable evenimr. The inn.
graft, is a creature' of partisan scattered about, but it seems to be Then, on the splendid water ccas,nK and an increasing demand, sic was furnished by the Everest
politics attributable to a prevalent well advertised, nevertheless, for front we have substantially 110 Tlie market is becoming glutonous orchestra, and was excellent. W.
idea that 'to the victor belongs the for nearly everybody was talking docks. How can we exneet to and it is right at our doors. f. Atmlccrate. the 1 lead nf the or.
poits.' " It was most refreshing most favorably about it, many of secure shipping interests unless we What more do we nectl to become ,cr, accompanied by about twentv-
to hear a public othcial, wlio them already preparing to leave the furnish the facilities? Let im tint a great little city the busiest and five ladles and irentlement fmm
handles hundreds of thousands of East for the Pacific Coast. Cali- dock the toiler but rather the river most prosperous in the land? Portland, was nnnt.
dollars of the people's money dur- fornia will be largely benefitted by and we will soon secure our share The refreshments were a feature.
log his term, give utterance to n also, for our state is already well of commerce. A ... ... . Mrs. L. D. Chase, who was act-
firivrticxl mirl rtmnv will r-nmo trt I 1M..V. ,,:... ..o t. 1 . " ' " " :., :.. ....!.. .1... .i ....i.l!.i. ..i
..... w...w ,w inn wuij;.! ua kiuuu- tran.arfp, hi thi rt-x ht"'"H ' er vsiilUIISIieu
ST. JOHNS HOTEL
illHH It It'll, l'roprktrtu
St. Johns, Oro.
MBAtS, BSX7, roBX
WINDLE & WINDLE '
CH PLEASE T8V
such noble sentiments. But Mult
nomah .county, has a couple of just I us to remain
sucn omcers, ana mey pracace
wnat they preacti. state of California is increasing daylight and tramples our gardens
' ' 1 with remarkable raoiditv anvwav. and lawns dunnir the silent hours
Is an iip-to.ilato quick l.uncli,
C'iKr, t'ciiifuctionuiy nml Nows
Stuitil. Tito Culuhrutod Hugo.
wood Cream nml Uuttur kopt
us to remain and invest their tion down to the ubiquitous cow r.rmi nl thi. citv ffimi,(,i' ,1, ,1,7 ?,,
money. The population of the which roams our street during the ?' ,,c,ty ,h'0,B"?.ut lh
state of California is increasing daylight and tramples our gaTdens ,I'r!,.W',Ve.r' tU? RrM,es e?'t .of ,,,c
dealers being to prevent what is gen
erally termed a boom. Prices have
ecn stable and the demand for prop
erty steady. Now that spring is at
hand, inquiry increases. Easy terms
are offered to home-builders on choice
locations a fact which accounts in
St. Johns, Orogon
in this city, was the leading spirit Oo'nr Joraoy St. and Broadway
in carrying out the details of the
affair, and she may feel well satis
fied with the result. If the affair
Monday evening was a fair indica
tion of what the new organization
can do, it is an important addition
to the social circle of the city.
We sell, rakes,
County Judge Webster takes an and the Lewis and Clark fair cen- of the lonely night.
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advassced posnUoa. on the proposi- nenniai exposiuon win .give it auui- Tne cow quesuou is as old as
tkra of good'iroaie, and bending I tional impetus. towns. From the dawu of civiliza-
every effort consistent with econom- "California railroad builders al- tion it has pestered the "city dads"
ical expenditure to better the con- ready consume a large portion of and forced them at last to sequester
iliilnu nf lb. TMit.lir. liiirlin-n "A Dreron's tie ontnut. but rlnrinc her in the eorrnl or ham. Thou
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rock-crusher is to be installed at the present year it will increase all tried to dodge the question, but '"ge part for the budding activity in shovels, and etc.,
the (County rock-pile across the that demand probably pne hundred "like Banquo's ghost it would not t"e residential districts. Potthk & Goou),
river from St. Johns, and the work per cent. My object in visiting St. down." 1 post office.
ot macadamizing the contiguous jonns at tins time is io enter into i nice cows in various ways. W. x. Slatten, the popular den- The greatest thing on earth for
wumy roaus ww,pci piuwcuw nmivw . ov.viMi m.iii I imfii., i'iw, ikiiuki uuupini, u nuw hi mc cuy uihi reauy the money, A lantern that Potthk
wiih as rapuuy as poeeiDic. n ui "iv yvvj v irisn!'i uuuc uumi, ia imc uiciiuj unbiucs. 'e uoctorsomce is i & cjooi.i) are selling for 15 cents
next door to
ucxt door to post oflice.
The best URIC AD, CAKKS
and PIUS in the world
Give us a trial
Phono Scott 3101 St.. Johns
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