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A "SWIFT STORY.
Hi Way ths Dean Rsbuksd Hit Pub-
An amusing story of Ucorgo Faulk
ner, the printer of many of Dean
Swift's works, who lived In Parliament
atrcet, Dublin, la told by Mr. Wll-
mot Harrison In "Memorable Dublin
nouses." Mr. Harrison relates bow
Faulkner, after a visit to London on
business for Swift, called to sec the
dean, baring arrayed himself In a laced
waistcoat, a bngwlg and other fopper
ies. Swift received him ceremoniously
as an cntlro stranger and asked:
"Pray, olr, what aro your commands
"I thought It my duty to wait upon
you, sir, on my return from London."
"Pray, sir, who aro your
"George Faulkner, the printer."
"You Georgo Faulkner, tlio printer!
Why, thou art the most Impudont,
barefaced impostor 1 over heard ofl
Georgo Faulkner Is a sober, sedate cltl
Ben and would never trick himself out
In loco and other fopperies. Get you
about your business and thank your
stars that I do not send you to the
houso of correction I"
Poor Georgo returned home and,
having changed his dress, returned to
tho deanery and was received most
cordially by Swift, who, having wel
comed him "on his return from Lon
"There won an Impudent fellow In a
laced waistcoat who would fain have
passed for you, but I soou sent him
packing with a flea In bis car."
THE KING'S ORDER.
It Wat Obsysd, and Yst th Monaroh
Wat Not Happy.
When King Gustavus HI. of Sweden
was In Parts he was visited by a depu
tation of the Sorbonnc. That learned
body congratulated the king on the
happy fortune which bad given blm so
great a man as Scheelo, tho discoverer
of magnesium, as bis subject and fel
Tho king, who took small Interest In
tho progress of science, felt somewhat
ashamed that ho should be so Ignorant
as never even to have heard of tho re
nowned chemist. He dispatched a cou
rier at onco to Sweden with the lacoulc
order, "Scheele Is to bo Immediately
raised to tho dignity and title, of a
"Ills majesty must be obeyed." said
the prime minister as ho read tho or
der, "but who in tho world It Scheelo?"
A secretary was told to make Inquiries.
Ho came back to tho premier with
very full information. "Scheelo Is a
good sort of fellow." said be, "a lieu
tenant In tho artillery, n capital shot
and a first rate hand at billiards.
The next day tho lieutenant became a
count, and the Illustrious scholar nnd
scientist remained n simple burgher.
The error was not discovered until
tho king returned home. Ills majesty
was Indignant. "You must all bo
fools," ho exclaimed, "not to know
who Scheelo Isl" Argonaut
THE OLD TIME NAVY.
of British Jack Tars In
Jack tars In tho llrltlsb navy In
Nelson's day wore treated llko dogs
and worse. Imps of midshipmen,
twolro or thirteen years old, wcro per
mitted to cuff nnd kick them with Im
punity, and none dared protest Tor-
turo, under tho gulso of punishment
was part of tho regular routlno of tho
service From ono to Dvo doxen lashes
with tho cnt-o'-nlno-tnll could bo In
flicted at tho whim of n commander,
but tho usual number was thrco dozen.
Such sentences wero for trifling dere
lictions of duty. Fur really serious of
fenses, such as vlolouco to u superior
ofllcer, desertion or mutiny, offenders
wero strung up at tho yanlann or
flogged round tho fleet, the latter n
punishment mora dreaded than death
Itself, Other savago punishments,
such as "starting," "running tho gnnt
lot" and tho hideous ono known as
"keelhauling" wcro alio frequently ro
sorted to, although nominally they
Nowadays, of courso, a bluejacket,
although subject to naval discipline,
la In no mom danger of being subject'
cd to corporal punlshmont than la tbo
His officer aro courteous, kindly and
considerate and If his Ufa Is not n
happy and comfortable ono ho has, In
nlnety-nlno cases out of n hundred,
only hlmiolf to blatno. Pearson's
Loult tha Magnlfictnt
As soon na ho roso ho was dressed
by bis volot In n coat of bluo cloth.
Two llttlo epaulots of gold cord wero
sewed to tho cloth. Under tho coat
was a white waistcoat, which was nl
most entirely hidden by tho ribbons
and wldo sashes of his orders. Ills
satin breeches ended In u pair of high
boots or gaiters of nil velvet, which
rams nhovo tho knees ami wero moro
aupplo than leather, for the thlrkness
of leather on legs that wero often
painful from gout would have created
too much friction. Ilo inmlu n great
point of theito boots. Ilo thought that
they made him look llko n general,
ready at any moment to spring upon
a horse, though this was a physical
lmMsslblllty to him since ho was
much too rut nud too lullrm. Ho used
powder with n view to hiding tho
white locks of age, and Ibis guvo his
i Loving Mothtr Quldts Htr Girl at
th Fattful Momtnt.
"Your wbolo future llfo depends
Tbo mother, her faco tinged with
sympathy which wo must ever feel in
tbo presence of an Immaturity that Is
hesitating between right nnd wrong,
laid ber band over that of her beauti
"Yes, dear," duo continued, "Into
every llfo there comes at ono time or
nnothor a supremo temptation. If tho
crisis Is passed all Is safe, but If you
yield at tho fatal momont you cannot
retraco your steps. You aro then com
mitted to a fatal policy."
"Hut mother, fathor says bo cannot
"Exactly. Fathers from tlmo Im
memorial havo always said that It
Is their way of Imposing on youth and
Innocence (Jo forth at onco and buy
tho gown. Do not forgot that I am
with you, that I will stand back of
you with all tho fceblo strength I can
Ho saying, tho proud woman folded
Into her arms tho weak creature, who
even then. If It had not been for ber
timely rescue would havo been be
trayed Into a humiliating and shame
ful surroudcr. Success Magaxlno.
It is resolved by the City of St. Johns
WIIERUAS, the St. Johns Lumber
Company, a private corporation, organ
ized and existing under and by virtue of
the laws of the State of Oregon, is now
occupying the foot of Burlington Street
from a line which marks the Northerly
side line of certain cement piers in said
street, at its intersection of Bradford
street to the harbor line of the Willam
ette River, and,
WHKRHAS, it is deemed expedient
and necessary to permanently determine
and establish the rights nnd privileges of
me uiy ot St. jonns in and to tuc said
portion of said street nnd
wiihkuas, the city ot St. joiinsciocs
not nceti said nortion ot said street nor
is the same needed nt the present time
for public use, and
WHIiRKAS, The St. Johns Lumber
Company wlsucs to lease said street lor a
period of five (5) years nt an annual ren
tal of One Hundred and Fifty Dollars
ft K01. nnd the Council lrnvlni' full v con
sidered the leasing of said portion of
NOW TIIl'.RKI'ORl!. UB IT RK-
SOI.VKI) thnt the City Council of the
City of St. Jolins hereby approve the leas
ing of said portion of said Darlington
street to the St. Johns Lumber Company
for a period of Five (5) years upon tha
lonowing conditions, limitations and re
strictions, to-wlt: For the sum of Seven
Hundred nud I'lftv Dollars (7.) Day
nblc its follows: 75.00 on the 31st of
. I . -.4 I
uccemuer iqoq; nuu 75.ua on 111c isi 1
day of July, 1910; nnd 75.00 on each of
said dates of each year during said term;
said lease to commence on the 17 day of
December, 1909 and to terminate on me
17 day of December IQU! th said City
of St, Johns to receive tiie right In and
to said portion of said street to lay water
mains and water pipes, gas mains ana
gas pipes, sewer mains nnd sewer pipes:
and to grnnt nuy franchise over said
Street to nny railway comnany or bridge
company or trnusiiortation company or
other public service franchise, and if
public necessity commands the use of
said portion of said street for a public
lilgltwny or outer public purposes, 10, ni
itsontion. unoii sixty (60) days notice to
said company, terminate said tense, and
In thnt event the said company to re
move, at its own cost, nnv and all ob
structlons therefrom within sixty (60) Joseph McChcStlCV, M. D
days from the date of notice nnd surrcn- r
VE DO rtOT (LARRY THE FURS THE PIC
TURE SUGGESTS. OUR STOCK OF AR
GOODS CONSISTS OF AEAS OVERCOATS
Atib SWEATERS Atib THE Wj4RAEST OF THE WARft
uaderveradfIlaael shirts, for the ladies,
CWP4TPDS DUnPflV MIIFFf PD c. unADVtc A tJt i An u
xnlsr-fc (swiinuvo, riivuinn nui 1 ituiei, gv,iii 0 wm'l
SLIPPERS. FOR THE HOUSE VE HAVE A FIAE LIAE OF
HOME MDE COMFORTERS Ati& A GOOD ylSSORTAEAT OF WOOL Atib COTTOA
WHILE OUR CHRISTMAS THIAGS RIVE GOrtE RAPIDLY THIS WEEK VE ZAti
STILIt PLEASE YOU ti THE LIKE OF TOYS, GRIMES JMD DOLLS: M PRETTY
HANDKERCHIEFS FOR LADIES, CEATLEAErt AAD CHILDREN. WHEN YOU READ
THIS YOU MAY THINK OF SOMETHING YOU WANT. JOT IT DOWN AND COME AND
GET IT WHILE THE STOCK IS STILL QUITE COMPLETE.
During Christmas Week we will keep open every Evening till 9 o'clock
BONHAM & CURRIER
COLLIER & COLLIER
Rooms in the Holbrook building.
St. Johns, Oregon.
dcr to said City the quiet and twnccablc
possession tiicreoi wiinin said tunc.
That said lease shall prohibit the St,
lohns Lumber Com tun v. or Its success
ors or assigns irom placing or erecting
any structures oraub-stuiclurrs In said
portion 01 sn d street tuni iniuiu. couui
or would In any manner deprive tlie City nan fl Wrhcinr. A R M. II
of St. Johns the free use and enjoyment " ' ' '
tiicreoi in tne exercise 01 tuc riguts and
Day and Night Office In McChssney Dlock
raont J.rMjr yn
ST. JOHNS, OREQON
A Stag Manager's Rut.
Tho houso bill of tho Imperial the
ater of La llochc-sur-Yon announced
for tbo evening performance "La Tour
do Neale," n live act melodrama, and
"Ln Hoeur do Jocrlsse," a ono net farce.
Tho drama had been disposed of, but
tho low comedian was missing and
could not bo found. What was to bo
done? A luminous Idea finally entered
tho manager' mind. The orchestra
played an overture, then another,
thou a third, then a polka and Anally
a iundrllle At lost, when tho audi
ence had grown qulto obttrcporous,
tho stngo manager appeared. Ho ad-
drvsm-d tho tlirco conventional bows to
the spectators and said; "Ladles and
gentlemen, you aro anxious, I know, to
listen to 'La Rovur do Jocrlsse.' Tho
pli'co has Just been acted, but through
an uiiaccouutnhln oversight on tho part
of tho stage hands they forgot to ralso
privileges by said City retained: nud thnt
said Lumber Company shall use said
street In connection with the business
witli which it is now engaged; nnd thnt
said lease contnius such other covenants,
restrictions nnd limitations as may seem
to the Mayor of said City for the best In
terestof the City of St. Johns,
Adopted tills 7111 day oi December,
A. M, r,!i!)UN,
Published In the St. Johns Review,
Dec. 34m and jitli 1909,
IT IS RHSOLVHD I1V Till'. CITY
OF ST. JOHNS thnt It deems it expedi
ent nud necessary to lease to the St.
Johns Lumber Company thnt portion of
nrntnord street between baicm street ana
north Hue of John St. In said City from
railroad track in said street to tuc sown-
erlv side line thereof, bclim thut portion
of said Street that is now used by said
Company In connection witli it mills,
and the Mayo of stld Citv Is hereby
authorized to enter into n lease with said
ComiMuy to terminate on the 13th day of
April, 1910, tor mat jonion 01 said street,
said lease to contain such restrictions
mid limitations as may seem to said May-
Residence, 697 Dawson Street
Office, Filter Dlock
University Park, Portland, Oregon
DR. F, L PETERSEN
Hill Block Corner Williams avenue and
Tclchonc Hast 485
II. 8. HKWITT
5ta Silas St.
It. S. WRIGHT
304 S. Hayes
Hewitt & Wright
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDUR8
Hstlmatcs and Plans I'urnished
1I0UBUS I'OR HAU: ST. JOHNS, OKIt.
Office Phone Richmond 31
First National Dank Huimuno
St. Johns, Oregon
Dr. W. E Hartel
Phone Richmond aor
Holbrook lllock .... St. Johns
DR. J. VINTON SCOTT
Open Evenings and SunJsyi by Appoint
or rmiltnble and lust.
. . . . . . 1
Adopted tins 7lli day ot December, rFfiDKF V DlfDATD rif M II f
ninmilininii I-., v v.,
Saw It In a Drtam.
For many year Ivory manufacturers
wero trying to dovlso n machlno for
turning out a billiard ball as nearly
perfect us possible and at the sarao
time avoiding waste. Among thoso
A, ."1. IIMUM,
Published In tbo St. JoIidb llovlow,
Dec. 34 and 31, 1909,
Don't Uc Hopeless
OPPICK41 1-3 UNION AVKNUK
HOSPITAL 14 " "
Phones - Iiatt 4016, Ii 1898.
J. R. WEIMER
Transfer and Storage
We deliver your goods to and from all
Krts of Portlsnd. Vancouver, Linntou,
irtland and Suburban Itxpress Co.,
city dock and all ixiints accessible uy
wagon. Piano ant) furniture moving
a specialty. 109 15. Darlington; phone
No. 186 I. 0. 0. F.
IT. JOHNS. ORCOON
Meets each Monday evening In Odd
Fellows ball, at 8:00. Visitors welcomed, I
P. Hill, N. G,
C, r. Gates, becretary.
Merchants! Mrtnufncturcrs! Fanners! Everybody!
We nrc hunting for your business and have been on
your trail for some tunc. Our aim is to serve you
The adoption of our service offers a complete'
solution to the transportation problem.
Our rates arc reasonable and our service
Two trains between St. Johns uud Portland
We deliver Anything, Any Place, Any Time.
Call and get our rates before shipping.
Holmes Lodge No. 101
Meets every I'rlday night
at 7:30 o'clock at I.O.O.P.
halt. Visitors always wel
come. I). V. Horsman, C.C.
W. A. Storr, K. R. S.
Doric Lodge No. 132
P. and A. At.
tions on first and third
Wednesdays of each
month In Odd Pollows'
hall. Visitors welcome.
IL S, Harrington, Jos, McChesiicy,
Secretary. W. M.
PORTLAND & SUBURBAN EXPRESS CO.
C. W. STEARNS
Agent at St. John.
Phones: Portland Office, Main 358 St. Johns: Jersey iaa
CAMP 773 W. 0. W.
Office Phone Woodlawn 703
Res, I'lioue Woodlawn l&jj
comploxlou nn nppearauco of youth.- W,K' "'rove to perfect audi a machlno I about yourself when you're crippled rv r? unniIMC
From The Ileturn of Loula XV1IL," hv Jou Matter of the firm of wj, rhcuiuatism or stiff joints ot U. C. llUraVal5
by Qllbcrt Hteuuer.
Tslllno tha Tim.
Ilia homo had lost a ahoo, and as It
was belni; replaced by a Somerset
blacksmith bo asked tho time. "I'll
toll '00 presently, sir," said tho man.
Then ho lifted a hind foot of tho
homo and, looking across It attentive
ly, said, "Half past 11,"
"How do you knowT" asked Colo-
"Do 'eo think I have shod horses all
ray llfo uud don't kuow by sign what
tlmo it !sr
Tho poet went away punled, but re
turned In tbo evening nud offered tho
blacksmith a shilling to show him how
he could tell tho tlmo by n
"Just you get off your horao,
Now do 'en stoop dowu and look
through tho hole ln you pollard ash
and you'll seo tbo church clock,"
John Carter & Hon, well known Ivory
manufacturers. One night, after Mr.
Carter had been striving to solve tho
problem for some time, tic suddenly
awoke his wtf by shouting out, "I
have got It," nnd rushed downatalra
Into his atudy, where ho inado a draw
ing of tho last knife for tho want of
which ho had been so long waiting In
order to complete his machine. It ap
pear that ho had fallen asleep and
dreamed about tho machine, and ln tbo
dream tho solution of tho dlltlculty
was revealed to him. London An
Pcckham (meeting an old friend)
course you've tried lots of things
nud they failed, lry liullard s bnowl
Linimentit will drive away all
aches, pains and stiffness and leave
you as well as you ever were, bold
by North Hank Pharmacy.
Office hours from 9 to u ni,
t to s p. Bit 7 to 8 p. in.
682 Dawson Street, UtflVKRSlTV 1'ARK
111 Health Is More expensive Than
This country is now filled with
people who migrate across the con
tinent in all directions seeking that
which gold cannot buy. Nine-tenths
of them are sutiering from throat
and lung trouble or chronic catarrh
ECZEMA LODGES IN THE SKIN
Mt a Btoa' Misss-Car4y 01 !
For many years ccicma was tup-
posed to be a blood disease and ws
erroneously treated as such, but now
the best authorities agree that eciema
it only a skka d if ease, and must be
cured through the akin. The eminent
skin specialist. Dr. D. D. Dennis, first
UQ' S'X'noJl resulting from eglectl colds, and d,d I
seen 1 on for tou j ears. How are you speud ng fortunes vainly try ng to At.Pnw ui. i
,0, sir. nybVwT Dlngley-Oh. I'm Just like I , ost ,,,,, Could every t 12 Y P
Hard to Tsll.
"If your mother bought four bunches
of grapes, tho shopkeeper's prlco being
nluepeuco a bunch, how much money
would tbo purchase cost her)" asked
Ibo new teacher.
"You never can toll," answered Tom
my, who was at tbo head of tbo class.
"Ma's great at bargatulugl" Loudon
Of Vital Importance.
Mrs. rieuhaiu-Tho doctor says that
mother won't live uutll morulug. lien-
ham Does ho protulso that or merely
predict ItT-Now York I'ress.
used to be. Ily the way, l'eckham,
how's your wlfoJ You used to say
you bad tho boss girl wheu you wero
single, reckbatu (sadly) She's still
sufTerer undo the past and cure that
first neglected cold, all this sorrow,
pain, anxiety and expense could
have been avoided, Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is fumous for its
A Bunch of Kicks. cures of colds, and can alwavs be
"Tho world wipes Its feot on me." depended upon. Use it and the
ilil (li.t ilAnviuuf 1 . .
more serious diseases may be avoid
ed. For sale by All Good Drug
Young Woruau (adorlugly) It must
b awfully nice to be wlso and kuow,
oh, everything! Yale Senior It la.
said tho doormat.
"And every baud la agalust me," aatd
(ho push button. Kansas City Star,
"I urn continually being sat on," com
plalued the soft cushion.
'And I get beaten bard for the light
est thing," the egg groaned. Boston
A Qsstronomlo Fsst.
"Ah. I've sevn some rough times.
sir!" said an old salt. "Once we wore
wrecked nnd we'd eaten all our provl
slons. Then wo ate our belts, and then
tho ship turned turtle, and wo ate her
Thero can bo no profit If the outlay
exceeda It. I'lautus,
850 TAKES THEM,
Tho two lots, 60x100 each, comer
Jersey and Wall streot, South St. I
Johns, and on the highest and sight-
Heat building spot In tho addition are
offered for sale, Tho prlco for tho
two la S50. Seo II. W. McKeou. Sic.
Germany and France.
To kill the caeroa germ, and at the
same time hal the skin, Dr. Dennis
compounded oil of winttrgrten, thymol
glycerine, etc The rsmedy ia a liquid.
not a mere salve, hence it sinks right
Into tho pores of tbt skin. Washing
with this oil ot wlatergreen compound
seems to take away the itch at once;
soon the scales drop away and the dis
ease disappears. The prescription has
now been used so long as to have prov
en its absolute merit, and we do not
hesitate to express our confidence in
D. D, D. Prescription aa used wits
D. D. D. Soap,
ST. JOHNS PHARMACY
The Correct Time
War With Japan.
For a Lame Back.
Wheu you have paius or lameness
in the back, bathe the parts with
Chamberlain's Liniment twice a
lav. mnssLacrincr with the nattn of
10 Mupa cuukh or com is jusi as the hand for five minutes at each
soon as it starts then there will be application. Then dampen a piece
no danger of pneumonia or con- 0f flannel sllehtlv with this liniment
sumption. Just a few doses of Bal- Ltwi hind it
cripples as rheumatism does every he estate o s1 w siu!IZ 8 W hwiD.and you.may be surprised to
yea'r. And yet there is no reason "d All , " U e how quickly the lamenes. dU-
why this disease should cripple unv- Mid etate we h.reby required to pre- ""s occ" r wwueumc appears. For sale by All Good
one, if all sufferers will rub the of- c,,t the undersigned with uie ircaimcni wm oe longer, out Druggists.
fected parts night and morning with ftTJL',. o,.", .iST ItKZ. L"e..,J" .c' oom uy A'"n
. r - . . . . . 1 1 xiaiijL riitnuiuLV. i v e ... .
11 you must nuy wnnsimas prcs
ents, spend tne Interest on your
could not possibly make so many . N01'" hereby glyeu that the under-
. I lLfl1tll liasl Uftl sltttwIlllsxl siilltitsilsi-ittna
tT Ti 1. o " V' 7 n Kiaueii, 73s cnamber ol Commerce. nanu pimrmncv
Ballard's Snow Liniment. Cures ronlaad, Oregon, within six months ol DauK uarmncy
all aches and paius. Sold by North the date hereo
Wark lor a Greater St Jotuu.
O. W. SIMMONS.
Administrator of the estate of
S. W. Simiuoita. dvecased,
IWed Nov. a6-at
Wauted Bright young man to savings and let the principal stay,
I learn the printer's trade. Apply a safeguard agaiaat old age. The
I at this office. First NatlfiWI Baak wUl txplaia.
J. A. Cole, C. C.
W. It. SwenKel.Clerk.
I for ovary uae. I
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Sand and Gravel
I have made arrangements with
the Pacific Bridge Co. for wash
ed river gravel and sand in un
limited quantities. Contractors
figuring on street work or on
building would do well to see me
and get prices. Bunkers are lo
cated at foot of Newton street,
opposite the site for the new
school building in East St. Johns.
Phone Woodlawn 1 194.
L. D, Jackson
H. HENDERSON 205 Jersey St
Real Estate, Loans. Insurance
Abstracts of Title Prepared. Accurate Work Guaranteed.
fVa,lalkaftl aWa4 tHM mj ff WtHaesaV. BiMlffttlM ail fm aVaUfJaftk. 4B
hwji Tmppm lc tax. Dwy. Tw Un 9m u4 tim to m4 U Ombv mm-
ecaeful Iravoatr. ll'a m rMiEtla
Orefon Acficultitfal GoIIicq
January 4th to February 18th, 1910
Practical work, lectures and demon
strations will be given In such vital sub
jects as General Farming, Fruit Culture,
Animal Husbandry, Dairying, Poultry-
See us (or the Choicest Cuts of the Best keeping, the Business Side of Panning,
Forestry, Carpentry, Blacksmithing, Me
chanical Drawing, Cookine, Sewing,
Dressmaking, Home Management, etc.
All regular courses begin January 4th
and end February 1 ith, Farmers' Week
February 14th to 18U1.
A cordial invitation is extended to all
Good accommodations may be secured
at reasonable rates. No age limit above
16 years. No entrance requirements.
Prominent lecturers have been secured
lor special topics.
STREET CAR TIME TABLE
LBAVK ST. JOHNS
Orders Filled and Family Trade Solicited
T. P. WARD, Proprietor.
NOTICE TO AOyiRTItEM.
In enter to Insure a hanfe af ad
vertisement the eef y fee eueh eaaaffe
eheuls) reach thla eAee net'
Wednesday, at S e'eteck p. m.
remember Mile anal save tne printer
13. 18 p. m.
Subacrlbe (or taa St. Johns Review
asd keea tcteel oa Ue dolaas of
force of the College numbers 100. Ex
A special feature is Farmer' Week
which comes this year Feb. 14th to 18th,
Lectures, discussions aud a general re
For further information address
Registrar, Oregon Agricultural College,
Choked to Death
The instructional ; is- commonly said of babiea
'X i.li Corvallis, Orcgca.
v 1 1 a .
nave aieu or tne croup, how Ub
necesaary this is. No child ever
had the croup without fcaviag a
cold or cough at the start, If yoa
will stop the first syenptoa ef the
cough with Ballard's Horebouad
Syrup there is ao daagar whatever
of croup. Sold by North Baak