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Thorgh'y Modern. j Advertisers,
I " Devoted to the Interests of the Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center of (ho Northwest I ' i
V0L' 1 JOHNS, ORKGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1905. NO. 42 j
ILoooKP Your Eye on St. Johns I
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I up t j One of the Most Charming Buildings at I 5
I The Portland Fair. j ft! Dnrh f
ACME LUMBER CO. F-j-aM I 51 JDn,,s rarK I
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I sells i " 1 1 Lots 50x 1 06 ft I
I FIGHT FOREST FIRE, KETTNER KICKED. j
I III Hil DTD With a 1 6-foot Alley back I
fl I I I T I P P rirc in WomU CnilscH " CoM" C;ire About a Jail Sentence I JC l I
Ihi f - I A shlcr",,lc f:;,ss- 80 Mtht n Ot each lot.
I i l'or fw lioiim( last Sunday According to the Portland Journal J
fl Z 2SS: afternoon it looked fas if several John I. Kettuer, an employee of
H families would le homeless before the St. Johns veneer factory, was J.' V
H , nightfall but, happily, the slrenu- up against it in Portland Saturday! , k . .
fl I ous efforts of a couple hundred men night, lie went into the (lum I PICGS
fl I I prevented so dire a calamity. saloon, one of the tough places on 1 " !
fl PB I B- About twelve-thirty a dense Third street, and was skinned out III I i
fl i mill smoke arose from the; timber in the of$ia. John didn't like that mode ' tt Jfl Of1- I I tl 4 f O tll
fl ., vicinity of the briettyard. Many of procedure, so he at once made J! pl II I I llllAyil I IV
who saw it figured" that it was complaint to the police and had the t 111 I VI ULTf Ul Vlt3 !
H simply a burning out of a pile of drunken thieves therein arrested.
fl i slashings or some waste sttiff and Then someone proceeded to stuff J! W
H JJ 11 I JLm I paid no attention to it for an hour John, telling him that he would be J m m
H ll I 11 I or so: and by that tune the flames jailed unless lie withdrew his com- j I 6PIT1S t
H 1 I b--l,u,l f.tilm.1 considerable headway, plaint and hiked away: and Kettuer ! wl mw
H zi Just how the fire stalled is nut went after a lawyer. When he had ' J lrtiM
H ow,l( rtome assert that departel the judge heard he had rlirri Otl1 lAI tYirVtli'il
hunters were in that' vicinity prior run away and then he was hot. Jl Jll i I W 1 1 tflllll Tl.f llrl 1 1 II II II 1 1 !
to the fire and thtit. considerable Hut when the complainant returned Y' Wffii M"M YV T1 VBB"B
H ( shooting had been going on: while and explained matters the judge
H X HA A I I there are those who figure that allowed him to go on his reeog-'S l
H I I I I J mi I ,., .3!W...fcit ... , some loys in thoughtless moml had ui.auce until the trial was called Is '
MBMM' J mmmmmmmmmmMmmm.wm m made a bonfire for the fun of it. Wednesday inorniiig." These lots are located oti Jersey struct, three blocks
H Possibly no one will ever know just There are many saloons in Port-1 ! from ear line illld '
H how the thing did start. laud where capers hang continually ,J J
I m The fire covered an area of from around for victims, A spurious let , n . . , c.. f
I 4l WT n seven to ten acres-starting on a will be made: the stakes given to 'S Near ttlC (131 WCVerhaUSCr Mill jltC. l
LJlSZSIZSSISSZISSSIIZIISZSIi tmct belonging to Hartinan.Tliomp- the barkeeper: and a few minutes ;J
H . - son it Powers, and winding up by later a complete denial of having ,5 n , . . . . ., ,. . . .
I nCITU CyTCDC UniCC tuklnB the two-acre tract belonging seen a dollar will be made. If the 11 DouH pay 350 and ,00 for l)Utl(lin loth only IOO
I E ' -jai.xxadi.-. TTT3BM I'jAJ " LI UCAin CniCno nUfflC. to the Urban. The slashings were fellow who isskiunetl makes a J feet deep, and without alleys, when you can mil extra
Eft very thick all owr this tract and stnmg kick he will be knocked sized lots with 1 6-foot alleys, all high and level, and in
a . uOJi.'; ' &'-J'-?rS " i,MU for W),l.u' roi,,lw!i cn'"K ll'v I dovvnand kicked from the p othole. J; t,c best locality in St. Johns for ?2ix) and upwards. !
iv -iSiPr 'TV! -, W'iif Death liobs Councllmnn Thompson tract at various points nothing could , I he only way to avoid such woik J I ..t im show von this nronertv. We can sell on lv ;
fe? . liLj' of 1 ovlmr Wife have prevented the dastiuction of Js to either patronie a better gnide t . " , vs 3 " llUh 1 I KU. ' Vi.: . T 1
I m- -8 ' I.oiitjf Wife. several homes. ICven with the.se j of saloon-or, what is best, mine at Hie first lifty lots at these prices. I his IS done to ad-
. flM, ' ' , " t IWkVS' -MB At an early hour on Monday barriers it was found necessary to 'all. j; vertise the property. When these are sold prices will ;
I j ,wrrS' lf;'-?IAwAJ1"M ) Mrs. Carrie K. Spaulding, wife of fell many lues along the wlge of j advance 25 per cent. 'J
I K'ft fi -T ? rlaff''i;;,'j! 1 f'eo,Ke I. Thompson, passed from these nads. U)in DDICC SESSION. Within one year, when the ureal Weyerhauser mill ;;
I 1'. WRM:itlMMmK$&M 'Knowable to the Unknown - Hire Chief Mos Tufts worked J nUlU OWLl aWNlM, $ opcM,ui()n( t,tcse oli5 wi j worth double the pies-
I MggjiWIPflilBW leaving u husband and son to mourn with much valor and determination r " ' 1 J
iJSSiB her departure. I;or several 1 years and flitted from one end of the c ..Council Meets and Adjourns lo J "t P" J
UESTSaHB she has been an invalid, although burning tract to the other giving im,.lnv Nti-hi i
HMH'HHQiH not at all to cause directions to mouua) oikui. A,
fear: trouble of Owing to the death of the wife of ' tL lL I J O t
M IUHHIIBll Deceased horn in Clinton, Scores of them doing all in Councilman $ V T I fill HO I Hill I ll
BU EHHI Maine, August 10, 1850, and she their power to aid in stibduing the at mtiiiK which J I ll I HUM llllt
Q2:LSHHB has been a wife for more than 35 flunes: to im utiou a few and )txU R.( llst Monday night was 4 11 1 . LfUIIIIU UIIU UU !
BjPHHHQP years. Her home has omit others would do an iujitiee imld over and there will be some t w mm r - r r
BHB!Hr1 Wisconsin, California, and, for the, to all.
!H past two years, here in St. Johns, j Those whs- homes were in to which date the adjourumeut was Cf Inline Photic Union .110-1 OrCCOII I
vBttH Heath was not entirely unex- danger of de.-tructiou by reason of nm,L. ! k3l uuiiiio
-IBfi5H5 pected: because physicians have the surrounding trees were Messrs., t, rn-call Mr. Kdwards aus- !' , n It m
BCKS declared that no remedy could do ! Wagner, Kealer, Imbcrt. ChafTw, Wer;:(t t his nainc -and the con- . rnucll Office and ACllcy Oil the Grotliul. fl
THE Uve property U offered (or sale. It has one of the fineit : river views Jn ,n0re than temporarily relieve the Moon and Urban. There muy have tinning of his name on the roster ,i,iiiiiii4iiiiiiiiiij iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiivr I
eiJJI,oW V",10?, issoxioo. The house u ninlcrn tlirouUou toml has sufferer,10t cure her. Yet the been others but these were in the j wns n virtual admission that he was ,f,v,tm,,v -
SVSaJff1 tlar- All household ye" considered a member of the I
hx'yX1 R. CURRIER, Owner. with a shwk of a sudden blow: and goods were taken from the homes ,M)ar,. This was not anticipated, I
LL. - the sympathy of the people goes j and placed where willing hands ; tc-rlians: at any rate, it was a stir- j""";" 1
I 011t t0 tll0SC wllQ remain of the could convenieiitlv carry them away .,risc. t0 some. I II H II T
I family. from danger: while buckets of The meeting was ostensibly to I llf I W. T C T I
'; w m k-ivn .. ... ... nL- ... ..,,,,, 1 Funeral services over the late water were standing near dampened ; consider attending the funeral ot 1 fL M I W I m 1 I f
n.ii.KINa.Preildcnt. M. L. IIOLUROOK, lce-PreIdent Mrs. Thompaon were conducted at roofs ready for an emergency. Mrs. Thompson, closing the city mmm mW W mWmW m 1
j; the Methodist church Wednesday Uy five o'clock danger of the fire j,nn (Uiriug luneral hours, and fur- ro TO I I
IAI4MC A DCTn A 0 morning at ten o'clock and the spreading any farther was praeti- njshing flowers. There was no 0 T
I! Jt. JUIlllO ADaMKAvI :! remuins were placed in the Love cally averted-uuless the wind acrimony all hostilities IiuvIiir,0 04. A,MP I nmUrn. C (tn nntixr I I
iW4J1IVW cemeter-. should start afresh from a different ccaswi for the time being. The o )t. JOnllS LlHllDer LOITipailV f I
&TDITCT fnUDAMV V " direction: in view of which jmssi- ,tetiiig was brief and to the jKHiit. T
lKUol VvJiTinil I o Qoes to California. I'ility a dozen men were engaged by At the termination an adjournment it p0r all kinds Common Lumber, KILN DRIED H
f J! It wUi be somewhat of a surprise Tufts to TloorhiK, Ceiling and Rustic. Sash, Doors, I
;: Abstracts of Title carefully and accurately prepared. ; totheniany Wends of Miss Una "'ftre was lul.ch trouble about Au,,st: !0 AouldinKs and Columns. i
: ; Charges Reasonable. i ! r to hearof jniagem af jj Yeomen Mold Open Meeting. , Yards and Mill Foot Burlington St. Phone East 594
I' Office' Kin. n..niH, l....u c est Johns 1! tooH p,ac1 01,,W.ed"?day, of ,a,St Hne of the small main in order to The Yeomen of St. Johns held an tfiiiifv-v
v"ice. ring S Buildinf, Jersey St., 5t. JOnnt week) at the White Temple -only f,j stop.cocks to which small hose ojhjii meeting last Thursday evening
X members of the bride's family and couui la; attached. Of course there in Uickner's hall. After doing a
a few chosen friends being present. was ot mud force m fur frol U)e i,uie work 111 private, the hall was -
, Rev. Brougber performed the cere- waU.r.tailk ycti n things con- opened to the general public and a - - . I IAnnrDIV I ?
iH-H mouy. sidered, the water was a help above K"od program was rendered, as it - J. J, IVAULlLiKL I t H'
I k The bride is the daughter of Mr. wjiat many esteem it. follows: Male quartet, Messrs . l"E"gi
I LUMONDSON CO.. and Mrs. E. H. Parker, and was About fifty cords of wood in the Southmayde, Stores, Ilensel and J UKH t B
T born iu Gaston, Oregon. She came Ue t g to y s navi,ison Horseman; song by four little girls, I WH LI a m M . i
T HrfllfaA T:MnmiA Dlimflinry toSt- Johns wth her parents last; desU ed UwkmmmT I I fl I 1 I W fl 1 fl
Hardware, llllWare, rlUniDing 0 September. She lsoneofSt.John-8! TE3RS1 '-w"wj fl
I popular young musicians and '"-'- joss to the owner. There was Uoyil Davidson: fljoyd is but four 2 flEaaGjH rv ..11 vin. t fl
I Tin RoofS, Gutters, etc. RKVIEW joins with her host of Lsoa tity belonging to ot,cr years old;) Kccitation, Clara David- t BSI KUUIS. H
I Phone Scott mh rr JMUU. 9r friends in ,cxteud u? the , 0 .parti es that was wiiKd out of exist- soi -selection by quartette. f nlu Ai'cnt for H
L'7 wishes to the wedded couple. I .nce: yet, figured all around, the After the program J. H. Gossagc. I f bolt AgUlt lor J M
Thegroomis anatn-eof Ireland, fire wasa my jck y 0llc j that the coast manager, was intrcMluced . Ol..- MM J fl SI
and is a graduate of a medical j JJO jlomes werc destroyed. and proceeded to explain Ysomanry. n VPTQQ TflUPQ Q II fl nQJlfTPQ t
j K'&ffs'Ms.Ttizi umiBiSdi 0IUIB5 turn ndiigua t 1
! My,LJNOMAH ! Electrical Gas Supplies !e1!r&lG w,,.!-- u- ?ye M " th.uiv.n i I
X CLcCTRIf' - ' We IwtoU Llf Wlad Power Ptaati X Mrs. Parker at Kenuot, California, house and lot formerly owned by The Yeomen is a social, lu.-ne- t Steel Rane before purchasing T . 1
i rfmaK AmWy ' if mil r?m'ww"4 ldSty 8 in a few weeks where he is at Mrs. P. T. Smith, back of Uickner's ficiary order; the St. Johns Honie- I
I "lvny.. I -ij?r mem mjw: ri.s.'r&snri I hi-hiwm m M- i
KpVourE,eOnSt.Johus. WU. o,alr.