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Lady Dorothy Nerilt in her "Item!-
feccnces" records nn example of tho
so called "innlevolent Influence" of an
Inanimate object upon' the fortunes of
Its possessors similar to that said to
nave been exerted by the Hope dia
mond, now sunk beneath the waves.
From tho day a mlnlaturo Buddha
from Durma of charming workman
ship entered her house everything
went amiss. Its Installation In the
drawing room "was followed by a
perfect aralancho of catastrophes."
within a week a son failed In busi
ness. Household pets came to tragic
ends. A favorlto pony was suddenly
paralyzed, "ana this on tho very ero
of nn election In which It was to (in
sist by conveying Conservative voters
to tho poll," from which It Is inferred
that tho lluddha was not .fnvornblo to
tho Tory party. A fow days later a
neighboring chimney crashed down
upon a wing of Lady Dorothy's house,
doing much damage. Shortly after
ward tho Uuddlin was sent on loan to
tho Indian museum, where, after soino
minor disturbances. It settled quiotly
down and has sluco remained.
- Postponed Hsr Bath.
Miss Flora Bhaw as correspondent
of tho London Times was onco travel
ing through Africa In a bullock wag
on. Tho sun was blasting; tho bullocks
wcro slow; the dust was Indescribable.
She was making for n frontier town,
where sho anticipated tho comforts of
bath. At tho eutranco to tho placo
Miss Shaw, dead beat, dusty and Irri
table, found herself confronted with
the ordeal of a public reception. Tbo
officials read lior a welcome. Hlio was
a civil as she could be. Then sho bolt
ed for tho hotel, Hlio garo but ono or
der "Hot water, quick!"
Alio tat on tho edgo of tho bed and
waited. Homo minutes passed. At lasf
a black servant entered with a tin Tea
sel, in which Ihcru was somothing
teaming, seizing It, Miss Shaw pour
ed out a milky, odorlforous liquid. Bho
turned to tho sorvant for nn explana
Tho hotel was very short of water.
As a distinguished guest a point had
been stretched for her. Thoy bad sent
her tho water In which tho flsh had
Just been hollcdl
Sassafras crows native iu eastern
United States and Mexico. It grows
more robust iu the Southern Slates
and Mexico and sometimes grows
to n tree near one foot in diameter
and twenty-five or thirty feet tall
In the New England States it is
merely a shrub. In the Southern
States there are two varieties, the
white and red, but botanically the
same, nud the difference feccms to
be caused by the conditions in
which it grows.
Sassafras should be gathered in
the fall as that is the time when all
the strength goes to the roots, the
bark of the root being used. The
pith is also used to make a muci
lage which is soothing to irritated
surfaces of mucous membranes,
It grows wild and iu great quan
tities iu some sections, but the dc
mand for it is not sufficient to cause
many to be interested iu the col
lection of it, though there is n great
deal used. The peculiar, pleasant
taste and odor of sassafras makes it
very valuable as nu adjunct iu the
nrenaration of medicines that have
a disagreeable taste and odor. It
will often overcome the most offen
sive odors and taste of other drugs
which have the curative properties.
A tea made of sassafras by steep
ing in boiling water has long been
used as a tonic nud blood purifier,
and is n very popular remedy for
these purposes throughout the
FOR THINKING INVESTORS!
Half Interest. REAL ESTATE BUSINESS
$300 Excellent list; capable partner; an
Rooming home, 10 rooms on Thirteenth
street, $550 Nice location, rent only f4i
Rettaurant Washington street, good pa
troaage, 550 Well equipped and rent
only J-41. so; bargain.
Half acre Trcmont Station Mt. Scott
carllne, 525 Needs but f jij to secure
this; you'll want It.
Corner lot East Ninth street, North aad
Beech, f800-Ilc.it bargain iu town for nu
Market and drocsry on First street, half
Interest, f.1350 I'Uli, poultry, butter,
eggs, cheese. This Is a live, busy and
very profitable place, with a nennnnent
and ever growing business; well equipped;
rent only f7 and a thoroughly up-to-date
Nice 6-room house and lot, 100x100,
$ 1400 Hearing fruit trees and small
fruits. At Ncwort on the St. Johns car
line; one block from school end car;
half cash takes it.
Corner. 100x100, on W-W carllne, JI800
Habitable shack, nnd 6oxioo cultivat
ed; fruit trees; a bang-up good invest
ment. 19 Acres Fine Dottom Land with house
and lot situated on linker's l'crry Koad
close to Goldstons, on south bank
Clackamas river, only 1 1300. half cash.
This is an exceptionally good, and cheap
investment and will prove very profitable
See us about this at once.
One sera aad very desirable 4roos
house, f27oo Situated at Pirland on the
Alt. Scott carllne; aj bearing trait trees;
home; half I
an abundance of small
water; nice property
Choice five-room rnodera buitfaWw aad
nice lot M2oo Situated on East Wash
ington street: full basement: first class
plumbing; gas and electricity; porches
front and rear; two rooms can be furn
ished in the attic; a bargain at the price.
Let us show it to you: fuoo cash will se
cure you a warranty deed to it.
Here Is a modern home that will tickle
the taste of discriminating investors who
appreciate the best iu architecture, finish,
intrinsic merit nnd environment; 9-room
up-to-date residence on Hast Eighteenth
street; lot 1 ooxloo; stone foundation; hot
water plant; cement walks, set laundry
tubs, sewer connection. large conserva
tory, good barn, bearing fruit trees,
flowers and small fruits, no incumbrance;
warranty deed; J7000; ONLY ONE
If you are seeking investment in Ore
gon we can supply your requirements,
and It will certainly prove profitable
uctore you accuie
ni to you to cousult us
American-Scandinavian Realty Co.
New Address. 212 HENRY BUILDING
Phone Maisi 6701
In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore-
iron, for the County of Multnomah.
Amanda I'. White, Elizabeth M. Cad
COLLIER & COLLIER
Rooms In the Holbrook building.
St. Johns, Oregon,
If sassafras is used in large quan- well, Parker I'. Morey, I.ettle Lyons and ,
titles and for some time, it nets as y Norton, Plaintiffs. 1
The Victorious Ons.
An inuinnnpoiu business man was
marooned on election night in 1004 in
an Illinois village, says tbo Saturday
livening Tost Naturally ho was lu
torosted In the election. Ho wanted to
find out whether Sir. Iloosovclt or Mr.
Parker had won. Ho began Investi
gating nud discovered that tho telo
phono girl quit nt 0 o'clock nnd that
tho telegraph agent' nt the station
knocked off work after tlio eronlng
train went through, which was rarely
later than 0 p. in.
At 0 o-ciock mo landlord Mhui up
tbo hotel, telling his guest to take tho
room at tbo head of tho stairs when
he was ready to go to bod. No now
was to bo bad, nnd tho business man
went to bed, that being nil ho could do.
Nest morning ho wns uwnkened by
the heavy tread of boots on tho plank
sidewalk. Ho threw up tho window
and asked tho passerby, "Hay, who
"I was, by heck," replied tho man
proudly; "Third term for coustublo."
narcotic and the person using it in
such quantities is drowsy, dull and
The bark of the root contains
mnny substances, among which the
volatile oils are the more important,
It contains two olls.-onc heavy, the
other light. Other constituents arc
camphornus matter, fatty matter, a
resin, wnx gum, albumen, starch
and tannic acid,
l'rederlc I'rccbstel and Media Pitch-
stel, his wife, Marie D. Suodgrass, Joseph
II. Snodurass and Bell Suodgrass,
wife, William 1'. Snodgrass and Grace
Snodgrnss, his wife, Margaret Abbott
Frank T. Abbott, her husband, Jes-
'rank T. Abbott, her husband, Ji
sit M. Hnrtlctt nnd E. W. Ilartlett, her
Joseph McChesney, M. D.
Day and N4fM Office In McChtseey Black
ST. JOHNS, - - OREGON
husband. Sarah E. Vanlluren and
Vaniluren. her husband. lames O. Snod
grass and Loin M, Snodgrass, his wife,
Judith N. Snodgrass, Lot L. Snodgrass,
Maude M. Suodgrass, John I'rancis
Suodgrass, Jnmca U. Snodgrass, ndmin
Res, Phone Jersey 1571
Office Phone Jersey 911
Albert' Carey, M. D.
St. Johns and Peninsula Bands
AT CITY HALL SQUARE AT 7 P. M.
The Randall Glee Club
and Willamette Four
At St. Johns Skating Rink at 7130 P. M.
Saturday Evening, Apr. 2
e. j. s. McAllister
WALTER A. GOSS
Will speak on the Wet and Dry Issue at
.l.t 1 - l!t...t
Sassafras pith is a llht spouBy hujj-r. lolW, . Snodgr..., oasamZZZMf.m. 4U Cf- 0Un SkfltiflP P-fllc fit 8 11 tfl
substance containing a Imp ild mucl- KffiiS,AB',',,rallk T. Abbo, ST. JOHNS, OREQ6N UIC fUIIII& OKailllg KlllK HI O p. HI.
mui, uiiu win icuiuiVKivc 1 11 in u iJ-
StaUCC when put into water.
The mucilage may be prepared
by steeping one-eighth of nn ounce
of pith iu a pint of hot water. It
is used as a soothing preparation
for inflammation and as a drink in
irritated conditions of the stomach
and bowels. C. C. Curriu, Ph. D.
In the nntue of the State of Oregon.
you nnd each of you, are hereby sum
moused and required to appear and
make answer to the complaint Tiled
I.... .. I.. -I...- -..(!. 1..t ...It
Mmllll )UH III IUV MlfUVC VIIIIUVU ,HH
on or before Saturday, the 1 6th day of
April. 1910, wlilcu date is subsequent to
the cxnfrntlouof six weeks after the 4th
day of March, iQio,tlie4tli day of March,
2d Hand Motors for Sale
uy wig ur'icr lur imuiitauuii mat ihc
Mnrgarcc Abbott, l'rnnlc i. Abbott,
William I'. Snoderass. Grace Snod-
- I ...llit. I . - M
ic defendant above named, and Daniel O. VVCDSlCr, A. B. M. D.
each of you,
Residence, 697 Dawson Street
Office, 1'llter Block
University Park, I'ortland, Oregon
COME ONE! COME ALL!!
Bring Your Wife, Mother, Sisters.
Free II 1 1
Tho selection of tho right word to
convey one's meaning is sometimes
mere Important than tho rules of grum-
tnnr. 80 It appeared to tho brldgo po
liceman, who Is nu alert sociological
student. Au east sldo resident of for
eign birth wns taken before tho mag
istrate Iu ono of I ho police courts
chnrgod with n trivial offense.
"Tell him ho must not do it again.
Ho Is discharged," tho magistrate said
to tbo policeman on tho bridge.
"Tho Judge snys you dassvnt do It.
uiiuorsitutu r almost siioutea tho po-
licomau to tbo prisoner.
"Hold on. officer; I didn't daro him
to break tho law ngaln. 1 said 'must
That's nil right, your houor. He
understands what I said better!! ho
would what you said," explained tho
policeman. And tho prisoner seemed
to think so too. Now York Hun,
One 3-hp General Klectric, 60
cycle, 1800 R. P.M.; 330 volt, 3
piinsc induction motor. Trice 50,
Iwo i-3-hp General Illcctric do
cycle, 1800 It, l M 330 volt. 3
phase induction motors, IJ8.50
Two i-6-hp General Klectric, 60
cycle, 1800 It. T. M., 110 volt, sin
gle phase induction motors, I 18.50
Oile i-8-hp Kmcison, 60 cycle,
1 150 It. I'. M., ii.s volt, simile
phase induction motor, 1 11,60.
1 he one-six nnd oue-eu'lit-hp
mnciiiucs will run on llulitnliit!
We also have a number of other
second-hand motors for sale, or we
can furnish new machines at right
Give us a call ut either 418 N.
Jersey street, St. Johns, or 302
Commercial Block, Portland. Co
lumbia Klectric Kngiueeriiig-Co.
same shall be published once
the St. Johns K
TO WATER CONSUMERS.
Riding Away With th. Bride.
in mnny of tho border counties of
England the quaint old bridal customs
or hundreds of years ngo nro still In
roguo. Tho parents carefully abstain
from appearing nt the murringo cere
mony, cllnglug to tho Idea that tho
bridegroom still rides nwny on n foam
ing steed with his brldo behind him as
In tho good old days. Tho brides pre-
rer tno custom to tlio modern method
of being given away at tho altar in tho
a week in
kevlcw, for six consecutive
weeks. II you fall to so appear, tne
plaintiffs wilt apply to the above entitled
court for relief prayed for in their com
ma nt. 10-Wll!
l'lrst. -That the claim, or pretended
claim of each of said defendants to the
rest nroncrlv of the nlalntlfu'. to-wit:
Iots numbered four and five In block
numbered elevsn. la the Griswold tract.
iu cltv of I'ortland. Multnomuli County.
Oregon, owned by Amanda P. White.
Lots numbered six and seven in the
aforesaid block, owned by lilliabetb
M. Cadwell. Lot numbered two, in
block thirteen, of the aforesaid tract,
owned by l'arker 1', Morey, Lot num
bered one In block numbered thirteen,
of the aforesaid tract, owned by Lettle
Lyons. Lots numbered n In blocks eleven
nnd thirteen of the aforesaid tract,
owned bv Murv Norton, be adludued
nud decreed null and void and that the
cloud, or npparcnt cloud to the plaintiff's
title to their respective lot or lots, uc
removed, and that the title of the plain
lid's to their respective lot or lots, be
forever uuletcd against each of the dc-
Second, That a deed from Frederick
I'nubstel to Wendell Prabstel, dated
Sept. 34, 1H57, recorded iu book A, at
nunc 4H8, Multnomah county, Oregon,
ilecil records, on hept. 1, 1057, ue re
formed so as to describe the property
therein conveyed, or attempted to be
conveved as follows, to-wlf.
"All or river 101 uutuueroue 1 1 1111 sue
tlon so. and lots numbered one.two.thrce
and live, and tne casi nail 01 ine norm
west quarter of section at, all in town
Office, Thone Richmond si
First National Dank Buildino
St. Johns, Oregon
Dr. W. E. Hartel
DR. F. L. PETERSEN
Hill Block Corner Williams avenue and
Telehonc Bast 485
Phone Richmond 201
Holbrook Mock .... St.
Your attention is called to Section
J. K. k I, of Ordinance 16.
J. All persons inteiulinn to use skin oue north, range one east of Wil
water through hose for snrinkllnirl Ismctte meridian, in Multnomah county,
yards or sidewalks, or for washing P"Kon. coutuinlug 159.39 cres, more or
porches or window, must file Thlrd.-Tht the deed from 1'r.derick
written application in the oflice of Pnibstel and Media Prcebstel. his wife.
the Water Works nt the beginning; to j, w. Snodgrass, dated Oct. h, 1908.
nf enrli vpnr nr 111? NOP Tt mm. recorded at page nH, 111 book 4M, Mult
DR. J. VINTON SCOTT
Open Evenlngi and Suadayi by Appoint
Phone Jersey 1571 Hours: 3 to 6 , . in,
St. Johns Piano School
CittU WIU Cany
ooj Pcssenden St. St. Johns, Ore.
Office Phone Woodtswn 703
Res. Phone Woodlawn i6jj
D. E. HOPKINS
Office hours from 9 to i m.
I to d. ss. . 1 to 8 n. ra.
681 Dawson Street, Univmsitv Pakk
J. R. WEIMER
John, Transfer and Storage
1 we deliver your goods to and from all
11U1.0KUUK ni.u(.K 1 pans 01 Portland. Vancouver. Ltnnton
ortland and Suburban Uxortss Co.
city dock and all points accessible by
wagon, riano ana vurnitursi moving
a speclslty. 109 I, Hurlington; phone
No. 186 I. 0. 0. F.
ST. JOHNS. OREQON
Meets each Monday evening in Odd
Fellows hall, at 8:00. Visitors welcomed
W.J, Cbaney, N. G,
C. P, Gates, Secretary.
Holm Lodge No. 101
KNIOHTS OP PYTHIAS.
Meets every Priday night
ai 7ttoo-ciocc at J.O.U.F.
hall, visitors alwaya wel
come. A. Carl Nelson, C.C.
u. c, iiuribcrt, K. K. 9.
H. 8. HUWITT
512 Silas St,
8. S. WRIGHT
504 S. Hayta
Wantsd the Proof,
"ITou look sweet euoiiKh to kiss,'
says the Impressed man.
"So many Reutlcmen tell mo that,"
coyiy answers the fair Kin.
"Alt! That should luako you happy'
"But they merely say that," sho ro
piles. "They merely tell mo tho facts
in tho caso uud never prove their
Hs Got It.
Bva-As wo strolled along he wn
Itered a box of chocolates that 1
couldn't say tbo word "kiss." Ilclluda
And did you try? Hva-Ycs, hut be
took tho word from my very lips.
' A Bin Shadow.
Wo ore told that tho "smallest hair
throws a shadow," Aud so It does, It
throws a shadow over your upietlto
when you nnd It In your food.-Kx-change.
A good deed U never lost. Ha who
sows courtesy reap friendship, and he
Who plsnts kindness iratbers love.
uieucitig to so use the wuter. Those
who then agree to pay for its use
during the mouths of June, July,
August aud September, when they
pay the usual water rates for those
mouths, may use it for the purposes
applied for, free ol charge during
the other mouths of the year, l'KO
VIDKD, the family, store or other
rutc is paid, 1 hose ttot agreeing
must pay the rate in full for each
mouth during which any water at
all is used through hose, Those
who pay for sprinkling yards may
sprinkle the sidewalks bordering
their premises without additional
charge. Those who do not intend
to use the water through hose
should remove all hose connections.
K. The use of water through
hose for sprinkling streets is for
hidden under any circumstances.
J. bnrlnkllng Hours between 5
aud 8 A. M. aud 5 and 9 1 M.
St. Johns Water Works And
Lighting Co., By P. II. Edlefseu,
nomah county. Oreiion deed records, on
October 9, iqott, covering the lots herein
first tisscrlbeii, and outer property, ami
the deed from J, W. Snodgrass aud M,
U. Saodurrsa dated Nov, 4, 1908,
recorded Oct. is, 1909 in book
466, at pugca 393, and 396, to V,
I'nebstel covering au undivided one.
half interest in the lots herein firt de
scribed, with other property, both be
cancelled and held for naught, as to the
real nroDcrtr of these plaintiffs.
... .7 A. "... .... I
l'ounn. turn eacu 01 me ucisuuauis
herein be required to give a confirmatory
deed to each of the plaintiffs here,
in for their respective lot or lots as here
In described, or 111 lieu iiicrcoi. uie ac-
cree of this court stand as and tor such
Ptl th . For a tcuitiorary restraining
order, restraining euch of defendants I
Htwitt 6, Wright
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
Ustltnates and Plans Furnished
iiousks roa sau( st. johns, oait.
Doric Lodge No. 132
r. and A. M.
tions on first and third
Wednesdays of eacu
month in Odd Fellows'
hall. Visitors welcome.
Harrington, Allen R. lobes.
Secretary. W. M.
CAMP 773 W. 0. W.
St. Johns Sand and
JACKSON ft MUSOROVe, Preps.
Qsaasal Ct radars
from making or attempting to make any
conveyances ot I lie aiorcsaiu property or
encumbering the same white this suit is
We are prepared to do aay and
all kinds of excavating for street
work aud other, purposes. We
also handle sidewalk aad build
Eminent Authorities Say
acrobat finds it necessary at all
mes to keep his muscles and joints the 3d day of March, 1910.
Sixth. That each of the defendants
be forevereujotned and restrained from
interfering with, or asscrtiug any right
orclalm 10, auy pari 01 uie lots or real
property hereiu first detiibed.
Seventh. for sucn oilier, lurtlier or
additional relief as the court may deem
meet and equuauic in uie premises,
Highth. For judgment against each
of defendants (or costs and disburse
ments incurred by plaintiffs in this suit,
This sumuious is published pursuaut
to an order of the presiding iudice of the
above cuillied court, utaae ami entered
Newton and Fecscndeu streets
St, Jokua, Ore.
Phone Rlckwoad 1571
J. A. Cole, C. C.
W. Scott Kellogg, Clerk
See us for the Choicest Cuts of the Best
Merchants! Manufacturers! Farmers! Evervbodv!
We arc hunting for your business and have been ok
. :i - ... .
your trail for some time.
Our aim is to
The adoption of our service
solution to the transportation problem.
Our rates arc reasonable and our service
Two trains between St. Johns and Portland
We deliver Anything, Any Place, Any Time.
Call and get our rates before shipping.
PORTLAND & SUBURBAN EXPRESS GO.
C. W. STEARNS
Agent at St. Johns.
Phones; Portland Office, Main 358 St. Johas; Jersey its
V. W. MASON
CantrceUr and BwlUsr
Manufacturer of Cement Blocks, Flue. Blocks, Cement Drain Tile,
Sewer Pipe, Cement Sidewalks, Steps and Pouadatioas
Cement Block Building a Specialty
8 Phone, Drop me a Card or Call at Residence and Office 646 Hartaaan
Street, Cedar Park, St. Johns
Orders Pilled and Family Trade Solicited
is a mau who can t see good in auy
T. P. WARD. Proprietor.
Ofte-quarter of Pound a Week
at least, k what a young baby
yours? If aot, there's something I
tbat out-door exercise is needed h
the American People. That's
very well, but how can people with
rheumatism follow that advice?
The answer is very simple use buulotw and all paius.
supple. That is the reasou that
Hundreds ot tlietu keep a bottle of
Ballard's Suow Liniment always on
hand. A sure cure for rheumatism,
cuts, spraius, sore throat, lame
back, contracted muscles, corns,
Ballard's Suow Liniment and the
rheumatism will go, leaving you as
spry as a colt. Gives quick and
permanent relief from rheumatism,
neuralgia, lame back aud all pains,
Sold by North Bauk Pharmacy,
50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by
North Bank Pharmacy,
For Sale. Hatching eggs, White
Leghorn, fi.oo per settiug. Call
512 Dayton street.
persou or thine. It's a babit catwed
by a disordered liver. If you fiad
that vnn an haffinniBir to sow
things thiruie.k,.klita saaotaaOast wrOBK With US dtJKStiQN. Ulve it
treat your Urn-to a good cUaniag Mcuee a Many fcitxir aaa itwtu
out prcx whh BaJlafd's Herbiae. N , galaiag at once. Lures
A sure cure far ceactipatioa, dys- atoasach and bowel troablea, aids
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Attorney for plaintift.
March 4, 1910, dateof first publication.
April 15, igio.uate ot last publication
1 will sell tor a small payment
down the Maples Property, corner
of Lively aud Fessendeu streets.
K. C. Hurlbert, 303 Portland Boule
you think ol K.
it sriattac wktla
Deal wait uatH yea
vsrtlssassat Mte aee y far mttk ebaiiee
to turn out aaat. aad.UatyteUM wadsteea.'at a e'slek m.,m.
proaiptly at Fartiaaa arieea er leas. I rswwwair tbia aad
save tne arlaear