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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 22 July 1910

TUDY WOOD USES Forest Service Plans to Conduct Large Experiments. Laboratory Opened In Madlton, Wis. Hear Admiral Stockton It Chosen President of Qeorge Wash Ington University. Washington. Utilization o( forest resources to the fullest posslblo ox tent Is to bo tlio aim of nn experiment station that under the namo of tho forest products laboratory tins recont y been established by tho forest sorV' ico at Madison, Wis. Henry S. Graves chief of tho forest servlco has ro turned from opening tho laboratory and spoko enthusiastically of tho out look. Tho station Is called n laboratory, but this Is hardly a dcscrlptlvo namo, Tho word laboratory usually Inters chemical or physical experiments on a very small scnlo, and laboratory work Is always differentiated from Held work because It Is not always certain that an experiment successful 1n the laboratory will bo a practical and commercial success. Tho wort: at tho Wisconsin station Is on n scalo that Is largo enough to eliow whothcr tho wor...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 22 July 1910

r-Zelda Dameron By MEREDITH NICHOLSON CepHfkt, 1904, hr Th BobU-Mntn C. jBLDA DAMERON, an idyl of the Ohio which is now When you modern town uine flesh and heroine is a girl who has seen travel abroad and society at home. Zclda Dameron is the typical American girl of the hour. She is something more a dutiful daughter who sinks all her own individuality miserly, and later a speculating father, whom she wins to the higher life of true manhood by her noble self-sacriGce. There is a war flavor to tinge, and Western-Southern natc the reader. The hero is man of the day, an aspiring lawyer, chivalrous and honor able in his dealings with all mankind. This story is a series of find no unnatural coloring to rapid life drama that you will natural. "Zclda Dameron" is sure a bright, wholesome story of cident and a coherent progressive plot that will interest all readers. CHAPTKR I. "Bho' llko Margaret; ho'i really ono of ui,M remarked Mr. Forrest to tier brutlior. "Hh carries hcnolf as Margaret ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 22 July 1910

CITY FINANCIAL STATEMENT Report of City Recorder Dualncs for April la to July I, 1910: Balance on liniiil April 12 ... . $4601 48 RKCKIPTS Taxes from county 9358 53 Dray nnd miscellaneous licenses 413.10 Street Ilotid Sinking 1'uiul d6.3j Street Bond Interest 1'lnc , 305.00 General 636.05 Streets 3,S'7 Unglnecr 5 per cent 134-43 $18,991.57 DISnURSMKNTS. Streets 5i9S39 General ,., 556-59 Jnnltor 105-85 TREASURER'S REPORT Receipts and disbursements for the City General fund balance County Tax I'lucsnud ball forfeits Peddlers' licences Misc. license ; Dog license.... .......... Bicycle license ; llullding permits Interest street Warrants Dock rent Street band sinking fund Street bond interest fund Street repair fund City dock fund..,,,, City hall fund Street sprinkler Road roller Roud roller cxxmuo Rock crusher machinery. Hell Tower contract Rock quarry site I'nriiltiirc nnd fixtures ' Salary mnyor nnd council Recorder's detriment. Treasurer's department , Kngiucering department I.cjml...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 29 July 1910

Historical Wi... 1! ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU Toiubicrlb tor TIMS Piptr. All the ntwi while It It nw Is our motto. Call In and nroll GET IN THE HABIT 01 .dmlliln In THIS Piper nJ you'll ritrtrrtiTtt It. 0 tin at one and kep ifcM at It f (I MM IMtat 4 Devoted to the Interests ol the Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center ot the Northwest VOL. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 29. 1910. NO. 38 Be a Booster The Sewer Proposition A Midsummer Flurry From A. F. Kaemlein The Water Question Inhales Gas and Dies Council Proceedings Crow nuil boost for nil you're worth, Cause they nlu't no use on earth; Do you know, there's lot of people Slttln' 'round In every town, Growlln' like a broody chicken, Knocklu' every Rood thing down ? Don't yon be that kind of cattle, 'Cause they ain't no use on earth; You just be a booster rooster Crow and boost for all you're worth. If the town needs boostiu', boost' cr; Dou't hold back and wait to sec If some other feller's williu' Sail right in, this c...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 29 July 1910

I HAMILTON NEW "AIR KING" aviator his aerial After ho had dollvered n lottcr from Mayor Gaynor to tho mayor of Philadelphia nnd a latter from Govornor Hughes to the governor of Pennsylvania Hamilton enjoyed luncheon In Philadelphia, tlghtoncd up a fow bolts on his buggy shafts, gave the nlr horse a drink of gasoline, bowed to the Phlladelphluus and startod on bis return to Now York city. Tho return trip wasn't as easily accomplished as tho one going, but after surmounting no mo unexpected stnrtlng point and accomplished onn of tha things that has been prodlctod for airships In tho last fow years an Intercity flight, Hamilton mado ono of tho fast onglnos on tho Pennsylvania railroad that was pulling a pilot trnln hump to kaop up with him and smnshod a few more records. This aviator has Just recently cotno Into promlncnco among those who nro now engaged In llytng tho skies, but those who know htm say ho promises to be n lender In tho sport Ho tins tho courago and the neces sary nervn ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 29 July 1910

Say! Where's that Pig? If there Is a pig left In any comer of the Northwest we want It. We want aa much dresicd pork as re can possibly tret We will pay aa follow! for produce. We nerer take off commission. Ship by express: Dressed Fork 12Ue Dressed Veal , 10a rrcsh sees ,. 2Sc Live Chickens Hons............ 17c Sptlne Chickans 20a Address all shipments, mANIC U SMITH MEAT CO. "nehtinjr tho ncef Trust" PORTLAND, OREGON Check (or the Coinmuiiltm Tnlile. Tho author of "Tho Sabbath in Purl' tan Now England" mentions a custom which provnllod In several Now Eng land churches thnt mado It tho duty of the deacons to wnlk up and down the aisles of tho church at the close ot each servlco and deliver to every per son who In their Judgment was fitted to communo a metal check, which en titled Jilm at tho next celebration of me Lord a supper to Join In tho sacred ordinance. On tho communion Sab' bath it was tho deacons' duty to bco that every ono who presented himself nt the Lord's table had thi...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 29 July 1910

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Published Every Friday At 117 West nurltn&ton Street. BY A. W. MAHKLE Tub Rkvirw Is entered nt post office In 8int Johns, Omgon, ns mail matter of the second class under the Act of Con gress of March 3, 1879. Job Printing MenUl In flrit-eUtt iiylt, tllll lor Job Prlntlnc nib on dtllrerr. All Miarannlekllona should bt sdtlmttd to Tn btiv, fit. Johnn. Ortfon. Admitting tls, 11.00 ptr Inch pr month. All idTtttlilnf bllU pijitU flrit of b moDiB. OffleUl Nrrppr of th City of BU Johns. Subiorlptlon price $t.50 par year. FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1910 A STRANGE WORLD "Henry Jirncst, nn aged cripple. who tried to end his life Monday night by leaping into the river from the Uurnsidc bridge, was convicted of disorderly conduct yesterday before Municipal Judge Hemiett, and was sentenced to ten days on the rock pile. Krncst has been earning a precarious living by sell ing shoestrings 011 the street cor ners. He became weary of the work on Monday and tried to cud it for all time....

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 29 July 1910

The man who wins Is The Man Who Is Ready When "Opportnnity" Comes The "Best for the Money" Store NO OLD, OUT-OF-DATE STOCK In our reduction sale. All clean, seasonable goods) goods that you will be proud to show your friends. The prices quoted last week and the week before still hold good. If you're interested you'll buy. HOME FURNISHERS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE ELECTRIC , . ' . WASHING MACHINES Save .V Time and Labor ". . .Costs but a Few, Cents per Wash to Operate. For Prices and Particulars call at ELECTRIC STORE 7th St., Corner Alder St. ooooooooooooooooooooooooo 2 An Attractive Layout Is what you will dis cover by calling at tills hardware store. We carry o most com- plelc line of cutlery, such us, pocket knives, rnzois, strops and hones. Keen Kutter shears aud Cattaraugus pocket knives fully warranted. I ST. JOHNS HARDWARE CO. cooooooooooooooooooooooo f l l l t -f ft tf t f 4- LUMBER: Slabwood : Rough, Prompt Dry, Dressed, Deliveries. Green, Flooring, Quality Blocks, Finish. Guaran...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 29 July 1910

E BY Speaker Commends Work of tho Sixty-First Congress. Don. Smith 8nys Uncle Same la Not Prcparod for War How Con gress Aided Morse Dolly Madison' Home. Washington. On tho day congross idiourncd Bncnkor Cannon Issuod Btntcmont covorlng tho work of tho ulxty-first session, which ho says was tho best ho has known In his 8G yours experience. Incidentally "Undo Joo" eatd ho expects to return next Do- comber nnd will placo his fata ns cpoakcr In tho hands of his party. "I do not think tho work of a con Kress should bo measured by tho vol umo of business, but by tho character of tho legislation nnd tho caro taken in Its consideration," ho said. "Mean ureit by that standard, tho Blxty-flrst congress will tnko a high placo In tho record of legislation. Thoro havo been, liowovor, moro than 0,000 of tho 27,000 bills consldorod and reported from committees and about 300 public laws enacted In this session, as against 400 publlo laws for tho ontlro slxtloth congress. I can commend tho entlro m...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 29 July 1910

r Zelda Dameron By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Coprrltht, 1904, by TK notWM.rtlll Co. CHAPTER IV. Tho law ofllces of Knight, ICtttrcdge & Carr wore tucked away In .tho rear of an old building tlmt stood at thu apex of a triangle. The (Inn had been tenants of tho same rooms fpr man)' years. Tlicro was a battered tin sign nt tho entrance, but its Inscription could be read only by persons who re membered It from bygono days. Knight and Klttrcdgo had been prominent In Stnto politics during and Immediately following tho Civil War. They were dead now, but Carr, who had left poll tics to his partners, survived, and ho had changed nothing In tho oinccs. In tho old days It had been the cus tom of tho member of the firm of Knight, Ktttredgo & Carr to asscmblo every morning at 8 o'clock In tho II braiy for n brief discussion ot the nuws of tho day, or for a review of tho work that lay before them. Th young men who were fortunate enough to be tolerated In the oilier hnd al -ways enjoyed theso di...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 29 July 1910

ORDINANCE NO. 306 GENUINE BARGAINS $6800-Five room modern house and nine lots. 2000-Five room modern house, cor ner, 50x100. 2500-Business corner, 50x100. 2500 Good new ten room house, lot 1 ooxl oo, street improvements all in and paid for. A.nny other Bargains. Call In and sec. J. S. DOWNEY An Ordinance Directing and Requiring the City Record er to sell Certain City Im provement Bonds of the City of St. Johns, Alultno- inah County, Oregon, in the sum of Six Thousand 56000) Dollars, in Denominations of Five Hundred ($500) Dollars Each. The City of St. Johns docs ordain ns lolUws: That whereas, under the provisions of the charter of tnc City ol bt. joints per talning to City Improvement flonds and the sale thereof, applications have been filed with the Cltv Recorder by Interest- led parties under said charter, and the! bonding provisions tucreoi, flRKrceantiK the sum of six thousand (6060) dollars for street improvement in said city, and Whereas, under said dinner and lis provisions,...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 5 August 1910

ttjitorlrnl Society. ST. Johns review IT'S NOW UP TO YOU ' Toiubxrlb tor THIS Pptr. All the newt while It l newl li our motto. Call In and enroll GET IN THE HABIT Ot tdrortUlai In THIS Paper androa'llnammratlt. De tin t one and keep rlcat at It Devoted to the Interest ol the Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center of the Northwest VOL. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1910. NO. 39 A Hideous Melody A New Disease Big Boxing Exhibition at St. Johns 4 Oil Indications Uncle Sam After Papers Council Proceedings A citizen residing in the south cast portion of the city bitterly com plains that his nights arc made hideous and peace and quiet arc at a premium in his neighborhood. It is all owing to a young man who persists in the belief that he .has musical ability enough to conquer a comet. He believes there must be some music in him because so far he lias uevcr been able to get any out. Morning, noon and night, so the complaining neighbor deposcth, he is constantly, persistently and inces...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 5 August 1910

Fire Drill in the Tho word was pnsscd around among nmatotir flroflghtcrs of tho gov ernment printing nfuco ono afternoon recently. Tho flro lirlgndo Is said to consist of about a dozen laborom. ltonlly tlicro wan no flro about tho big printing ofllco, savo In tho cnglno room furnaces and under tho smelting pots. Some ono high In authority at tho prlntery had read a newspaper ac count of a disastrous conflagration In the west. Tho story of tho blaso put tho notion In his head to resurrect a "general order" of sevoral years' Btnndlng which provides for a flro drill nt Intervals, It was near to tho hour for closing down "tho works," 4 MO o'clock, when tho edict went forth that tho flro brl gado was to assctnhlo (illicitly niul from tho now building attack an lm aginary conflagration In tho old struc ture across tho alley, which soparatcs tho new from tho old. Upon tho receipt of tho order from tho front office tho amateur firemen got busy without delay. Tliero was a dragging forth of h...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 5 August 1910

Say! Where's that Pig? If there la a fit left In anr earner of the Northweet w want It, We want as mneh dreeied pork M we can poaalblr sat We will pay aa follows for produce. Wa narar take off eommtealon. Ship br eipreaet Dressed Pork.,.,,,,, , 12He Dressed Veal, loe rresh t yitf 28c Uve Chi. lens-Hens I7e Spilng chickens 20c Atldreea all ihlpmenta, I-RAN1C U SMITH MEAT CO. "nehUns the Beef Trust" PORTLAND, OREGON Dr B. E. Wright Hare your teeth out and ptala and brldire work dona. For out-of-town patrona w flnUh plata ana orrasa worx in ona oar u neeeeury. PKtrEa. lUWCrmt, .$5.00 BWfl4 $3.50 uirati.,....$l tauariras-i, $1.00 Mnr fatl . 50cn Ced KiUn rtn $5.00 fell SH KiSto run $7.50 fiMtM tUnrSee.. 50c II EST METHODS Talntraa Extraction free whan plat or brides Work la ordered, CofMutUllon Free, You cannot fel better palnlMUi work anrwhera, no mat tar now muxn you pay. All Week fully Guarantee rl for fifteen Year Dr. B. L Wright Co 342J Washington St., Portland, Oregon tke ear at d...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 5 August 1910

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Published Every Friday At 117 West Burlington 8troot. DY A. W. MARKLE pes in Snlnt Johns, Oifon, ns mail matter of the iccond class wider the Act of Con- grew of March 3, 1879. Job Printing tifCoUd In AmI-cIsm Willi for Jc Prlntsic h on iUIItht. All eommanltatlom ihoold bo uAAtmti lo Tbo Errtew. HI. Johni. Oron. AdTtrtlilnK rWi, 11.00 per Inch pr month. All sdmtltlnic Mitt p7U first of etch month. OfflcUl Kswiosrsr of lb Oily tt 8k John. Subscription price $1.60 perytnr. FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, toto A stntctnetit made in Inst week's Review regarding the sewer ques tion is said to need a little correct ing. The claim made that the sewer pipe now being removed from Phil adelphia street collapsed in sections and other sections were split from one cud to the other leaves a wrong impression, nccotdiug to the con tractor and others who have been witnessing the process of removing the old pipe. The reason of the collapse they say was not on ac count of the poor quality of th...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 5 August 1910

Beauty in Furniture Does not necessarily imply the most costly materials but rather good judgement in selection. The showing of everything at this store is quite at its best. Every department has a bright, fresh, attractive display. YOU are always as welcome as we can possibly make you. We buy furniture in car lots WE OFFER YOU 1st The World's best factory pro ducts. 2nd Courteous, honest treatment. i. 3rd Cheap prices. f 4th Confidential credit. The Practical Furniture People. I's- MOTORS For Sewing Machines I'' MOST SATISFACTORY ' Labor Saving Device for ' Domestic Use $16.50 ' ' ELECTRIC STORE 7th St., Corner Alder St. OOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO( a a a An Attractive o o Layout Is what you will dis cover by calling at this hardware store. We carry a most com plelc Hue of cutlery, such as, pocket knives, razois, strops and hones. Keen Kutter shears aud Cattaraugus pocket knives fully warranted. ! ST. JOHNS HARDWARE CO. 0OOOOOOOOOOOOCKX)OOOO0O00 : lumber: siabwood: : Rough, Prompt Dry...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 5 August 1910

NAB ENGLISH THIEF HOW THE POLICE RECOO.NIZED OLD CROOK. FEED FOR WINTERING STOCK Wilts When His Picture It Taken From the Rogue's Gallery Has Committed Many Theft. . Now York. "Dommo, air, I'm tho Unlit man," said William II. Jarvls when confronted In pollco hendquar- tors with n plctura of hlmsolf taken by tho Scotland Yard authorities, ' Jarvls Is tho distinguished looking Englishman arrestod at tho Qllsoy house, charged with unlawfully enter ing n room. "You will pardon mo, Mr. Jarvls, for submitting you to this ordeal, but It Is a rulo of tho department" said In upoctor McCafforty apologetically, aa ho paraded tho prisoner boforo tho masked dotcctlvcs. "Say, boBB, don't npologlzo to that old guy," Interrupted LlouL William Drown. "Ills plcturo Is In tho gallery nnd ho hns served sovcrnl bits." Jnrvls's Indignations gave forth Vesuvius blasL Ho was nn English gentloman, ho declared, Ho would liavo tho embassy down on tho pollco, Ills protest was so sovoro oven In pcctor McCaffort...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 5 August 1910

D a CUPID TO THE RESCUE By JEAN CARMICHAEL D Channlng had como within an nco of bolng lato at Mrs. Ormo's dinner. Tho olock had struck half-past sovon whllo ho was rushing upstairs two steps at a tlmo, to throw off his coat find hat, and as he entorcd tho draw-fog-room to groot bis hostoss, tho dis approving buttor followed closo at his hoels, and Immodlately announced din ner. When Mrs. Ormo said to him hurriedly, "You'll tako out Miss Pa tricia Amos, Jimmy, 1 bollovo you know her," ho could only gasp, "Oh, cortnlnly," and wonder what would happon. Then ho saw, Patricia, of whom ho hnd not so much as caught a gllmpso for throo long dreary weoks, ndorablo llttlo Pat, with whom ho was madly In lore, and who, as ho was sadly nwaro, had promised novor to speak to him again. And Pat was honorablo and literal. On seeing him sho turned pnlo, and when ho offered her his arm, sho was all but potrlfled with tear. Dut there was no encapo. It was awkward enough, yet It was Impossible for thorn...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 5 August 1910

HE PLAYED CRITIC. GENUINE The Composer Tried to Pa Funny and Qot a Surprls. Slgnor Leoncavallo, (ho composer, re counted an umusliin experience that befell him In a theater where he occu pied a stall quo evening to hear the performance of bis 'Ttigllaccl." At the Unnlo a fltrunger slttlns next BARGAINS him kept exclaiming entbiralnstlnilly: "Whatjj miiHterplcce! What u pur- Rrs icci ninstcrpiccer Leoncavallo, Imagining himself utter 3 1 Jor . ly unknown In the uudlcnce, thought It would bo (lno fun to play the critic of 'his own work, so chimed In Iron BAEGAIN5 ically: $6800Five room modern house and nine lots. 2000-Five room modern house, cor ner, 50x100. 2500-Business corner, 50x100. 2500 Good new ten room house, lot looxloo, street improvements all in and paid for. Alnny other Bargains. Call in and sec. J. S. DOWNEY JERSEY STREET Fourth of July Fund Following in n list of the receipts mid dlslHirKcment.s of the Fourth of July committees. The statement In published In order that n...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 12 August 1910

nrry i IT'S NOW UP TO YOU I I III I I X ''WW V I W I GET IN THE HABIT i , our motto. Call Inaad enroll - J tin alone and kp right at It ' lnnMiviiHbq . . . H-.iin.Himinn,n, ; Devoted to (be Interests ot the Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center of the Northwest nil - i i L , i ii , VOC6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 12. 1910, NO. 40 Harvey W. Scott Another great leader hi Oregon development ond politics hns passed ' away, leaving a void that will be difficult to fill. The familiar figure of Oregon's "grand old mail" of newspapcrdom will be seen no more iu the city he has been such a potent factor in making great. He was born in Tazewell county, Illinois, February t, 1838, died in. Ilaltlmore August fi, 1910, aged 72 years, 6 months and 5 days. His ancestors came from Scotland to America in 1755. landing at Charleston, S. C. His grand par ents came from Pennsylvania and North Carolina, while his parents came from Kentucky to Illinois. His father came to Oregon iu 1852 bringing his ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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