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THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW
BY A. W. MARKLE
Published Every Friday
At 117 West llurllngton Stroot.
TlIK Kkvihw lit ctiturcil nt post office
u Stnt John, Oregon, ns nmil mutter
of lite second cImm under the Act of Con-
roMo( MhicIi 3, 1S79.
Job I'rlHllnit enrolled In Anl-eUil itla
llllfii Itr Job l'rlnllnr eh on Jellrerr.
All MMtMnlMWeni bontd be tddrtfied to
The Betiew, hi. Joiinn, uitgon.
OQMtl Kewipaptr of the City of 8k Johns.
Subscription price $1.00 per year.
Bonhnm & Currier lmve an
nounced that Wednesday after
noon of ettch week their stores
will b closed during" the summer
rtil 1 IT. . 1
momiM. uiner lending stores are
c osinff on Thursday afternoons.
It is believed that later on most
all lines of busmoss will take a
half holiday during the summer,
excentinir the industrial n ants.
Portland merchants are adopting
a like rule. This is splendid
thing to do. and the natrons will
no doubt appreciate the public
sniritodiiGss of the businesH
man, as well ns the employes.
The Review has decided to fall
in line, also, but as the middle
of the week is our busiest we
shall have to utilize Saturday af
ternoons instead. Therefore, the
uuviow oflico will bo closed each
Saturday afternoon until further
' y w!Mff 4i
m il Wl HANDY Jf J
CASH AX1 CIWIDnro vorynootl i'rlontls. WUon
Cnsh Ion von, so tloos Cunltlfoi'ion. A t tttty vntv, ro
x'hlliiir I'or wll'o untl ohlltlvon Is xi DUTY, llosUlos.
I'LHASlIHIiS omi 001110 to you nnil yours In irvontoi'
nnmnor, 11, ns you jfturnoy inoufjn no, you niwnys
fil'HMj isiinrt innn you ninico nnti nnnic ino rasi.
Vtmr tnunoy will avow rnjtltlly In our hnnlc.
hot OUIt Itnnlcho YOUJt llnnlc
Wo jtity A porcont Intovvst on Snvlnfxs Accounts
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ST. JOHNS, OREGON
Th(i month of roios again is hero;
TliQiwoeiMttiinoor all the year:
With porfume swoot and beauty
I loan ti ful rotes grow everywhere.
Tlioy Ml our yards with gorgeous
The nlr is laden witli sweet per-
Thoy grow in rows and
aihi someumes in at our win
heaps of good things left after
the party disbanded, wo under
stand very little of anything was
found when the Juniors appear
ed on the scene next morning to
straighten things up.
Another u oasant party was
given Saturday evening, Juno 7, 1
when the Freshmen entertained
Lhu minur cliiH.miiL'ii. The nrn-
icdgesj jrfam was divided into two parts,
the first being the play, A Uaso
of Suspension," given by ten of
Kqiort of the condition of the
First National Bank
pi St. Johns, In the state of Oregon, nt
iiiccioftc 01 hum n cm jtuiC'i, lyi.'i:
mid discounts. , , . 213,170.60
Ovcnlnilt. secured & uimec'il 1.1.11
1. S. IhiiiiU to M-cureclrcuIntlon 60,000.00
Other bond to ncctirc jotnl
Horn, Securities, etc SO.JMIMl
Thoy clMinbor over wall and sill,
Kvon (o the-roof they climb with
Thoy cover cotUigo or elegant
With myriads of perfect bloom.
the histrionic stars of the Fresh- ,,ftl,k'"K 1,0,,M!' tumiiun mid
man class. Jonas, the hired man
of the n my. was ah y represent
ed by Ueorgeliuiloru, Willi bincK
hoard and pitchfork. Lillian
ilodgins as Aliss Judkins made a
very prim old fashioned teacher.
Ilio second part was a mock
Thoy bloom for rich and poor tho commencement in which person
ages to no present ni ino rea
graduation were tellingly imper
sonated. After a ten minute
Of ovury color, race and iiaino:
Then trimt them kindly, give
And they'll 1111 yoiir yards with
termissfon camo the mock com
mencement. This portion of the
program consisted or the read
- .. ... . m ui niu uiuan viuvwibiui . mini
Ull, now WO lOVO UIO lloautUUl inibrv. historv. iiranhiMtv. wil
fj it 1 1 ill HUM I'V'bMI WJ UIV TllllUHW IIIWKn
it is uiu sweuiuet uowor tnai ......i , ,m,i r iiw. n,nilnni
Mtl1Vt'e III 111 1I e W III VHWMIII
grows. I Hon of the dinlomaH. Mnsica
Wo'ro glad when tho month of
June is here,
The sweetest time of all the year.
Happenings Told In An
Under tho direction of Mrs. 0.
M. Hall tho cltuu play of the
gmdiiMt hiir clNSM of tho James
John High is progressing (piite
well, 'llie plgy, ,rTlw Juniom,"
is to be givtm TuetglHy, June 2
and win ue iwrt or uie program
for the last week of school, l-or
too insi two weeks regular re
heMiiHls lmvo been held and uv-
orytliing iwints towsiil an in
torosting and successful produc
lion. severHi oi uie cmsi are
showing unsuspected dramatic
talon L The following is the cast
of the piny:
isuwNixl Aloore liasil Smith.
" II. f....
"Thin" Smith Fmnk Htnrbee
Domosthenea" Altrwyn T.
numbers on the program woro a
violin solo by Mavius West and a
song by the girls' glee club. A r-
ter the program refreshments
were served in the laboratory,
which was beautifully decoratet
for the occasion. At a late hour
all departed, declaring the enter
tainment one of the best over
given tit James John High.
Kvcrctt Smith has returned to
James John and again resumed
the routine work of school.
All the students were glad to
learn that on Wednesday and
Thursdny afternoons of this
week thero was to bo no school.
livery one was supposed to take
n tho Koso bhow )ii those tutor
Saturday afternoon C.Magono.
our star athlete, will participate
in the 1'. N. A. athletic meet.
held on the Multnomah field.
1 he drawing class of tho llrat
term rreshmon presented Mr.
rry with a argo desk h otter.
which was the nroduct of their
J. H. Ackorman. prosidont of
the State Normal School of Mon
mouth and former State Suporin
tondont. will deliver the Com
mencement address in tho Hiirh
John Mc.Hscliool auditorium Thursday
evening, .luno 27. 1. 1'. Drink
er. I'rosfdont ot the Hoard of
halucnt on. will nrosont tho di
plomas to tho graduates.
Thomas J. Higltfleld - lSugone
Pretldent Fowlei' llavius
Janet lisle Luelle Wholan.
Mabel Gry--Uilu IJy.
Verda Griswald - fidnn Hoi
Violet Florence Wass.
The graduating class of 1918
was delightfully entertained by
tho second term Juniors on last
Friday evening at the High
ounooi. i ne lower nan was beau
tuuy decorated with ferns and
ivy, while a huge jardiniere fill
ed with moss roses, the clasB
Uowor, had Uie place of honor
under the fountain, ltofresh-
m out were served in lite Facul
ty room, and needless to say.
woro thoroughly enjoyed by all
p refloat, a pink moss rose at
each place again showed recog
nition of tho Seniors. After an
hour moat satisfactorily spont at
inis uonutuui uibio. tho nartv
Officers of the City of St. Johns, Oregon
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COUNCIUUN AT lAKGf.
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COUNCItMtN MUSI WAKD
C K (Ullkk . B. Muillil
COUNCItMCN SECOND WAKD
Oo. Mvihmmi Koy Wikux
8IIttt auJ DOL-lk Ka- U'lUan. A. UV Vln.
crM. It M VUltl.
l.kttUMf C It. CUllltk, lieu. W. Mullein.
i. O Wright.
WttUr eud Lkhl-ll. XI. WaUrcl. I. II
Mtiltiil A W. Vbut
ltc H. O. U'llnhl. C.ta. W. Muiiwu.
c n ;iikk
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U'Uan, I. II MaitlH.
itrigai il. M wicl.
I. II. Mattlu. Koy
Uutbtlag ami OiouuJ
Wik. C.H 0itlcC
Other mil cnUtc owned 1,100.00
line I rout Mnic nun
1'rivnte llnnks and
Itrtiikent, Trust Com.
tmiilen nud SiwIiilm
hunks t.. 1,095.07
Due from niiroved ro
itcrvc iiKculs 32,476.13
Checks nud other
cmh Items., 217.80
NotiHi of other Na.
tlounl Hunks 1,880.00
I'nictloiml wier cur
rency, nickels, rents 0G.1G
Lawful money reserve
in kink, viz:
Redemption fund with
U. 8. Treasurer (5
Dcrct.bf circulutloiO 2.COO.0O
Total f 350,200.07
Ciiillat stock iMld In f 50,000.00
niirtiius iuiiii ,, iu,uuu.ue
I'liiiiviiicn tiroiiis, leM exnen-
m nud taxes ivi d -l.K.t-1.81 1
Niitloiml Uiuk notes outttaiid'i; 47,550.00
iiiiiiviiiimi ue Kikiis
Mihject to cliifck.. 32,747.77
TluuMleHMlt ,. 01,580.03
Cashier's checks out-
I'ostal Savlnijs Dcii'i. 3.780.35
Stale of Oregon,
County of Miiltuoiuali
1, 1'. V. Drinker, cashier of the aliove
iiniucil iHiuk. ilo solcuiulv nwwir that the
iiimivc Miiieuieui is true to tlie liost ol my
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kiiowiiukc nun iKinei.
1'. r. Drinker, Cashier.
KuUsi'llln-d nud sworn to leforc me
this 1011. day of lime. iqi3.
W. 8. KelK'k'. Notary mihllc.
Multtiouinh county, Ore.
R. M. Tuttle
Correct Attest: A. R.Jobes,
C. K. Willltttus,
LOW ROUND TRIP FARE
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Beginning Thursday, June
We will close at noon Thursday of each week during the
months of June, July and August
Cut Out AI !D"tlVI
and we will glvo you
10 S. & H. Green Stamps FREE
' with 50c ptirclia.se in addition to the Stamps
with the CAbll purchase
Not good ftr June 21, 1913
COUCH &. CO.
l'lionc Coliimhla 137 St. Jol Oregon
S. & H. Green Trad
ing Stamps are the
Contrary to the rumors that have been circulated, we have no intention of dis
continuing the S. & H. Green Trading Stamps
We have a limited number of copies of
Can be had for the asking
tADItS IKWUOUHNAl PATTERNS
You Can Hardly Wait
for dessert time if it consists of
. i i i 1 n ,
some 01 our aencious cannea or preservea iruits or
some of our pure jellies or Jams. Nothing that mother
used to put up with so much work and worry ever
equalled them. And so inexpensive too. It's wonder
ful how little they cost. Come in and get our prices.
Phone Columbia 137
COUCH & CO.
The Best Light
At The Lowest Cost
ELECTRIC LIGHT is the most suitable for homes,
OiHces, shops and other places needing light.
Electricity can be used in any qunntity, large
or small, thereby furnishing any required
amount of light. Furthermore, electric lamps
can be located in anyplace, thus affording any
desired distribution or light.
No other lamps possess these qualifications, there
fore it is not surprising that electric lamps are
rapidly replacing all others in modern establishments.
Portland Railway, Light & Power Company
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
Twenty-five Instructors - Fifty Courses
Distinguished Eastern Educators Added to Regular Faculty
University Dormitories Upen. Uoard aud Room at 3.50
per week. Reduced Railroad Rates
Summer Carnival Pow Wow
$14.90 Round Trip
lickets ou sale June 16 and
iS. Return limit June 23.
Hus is the first year of
Spokane's Carnival a week
devfttPfl tn ivirnrlp nnnrork
athletics, civic aud industrial 1?or complete illustrated catalog, address-
Leaving St. Johns daily.
Schedules and details will i
be furnished ou request.
R. II. Crozier.Asst.Gea'l Pass.Agt.
O. M. Cornell, Agem
St. Johns, Oregon
V. C. Wilkes, A. G. V. & P. A.
THE REGISTRAR, University of Oregon, Eugene
IT PAYS TO
To keep it pliable aud iu good condition,
THE ST. JOHNS HARNESS SHOP
Houses for Rent One (3 room
house, S10: 0110 5 mom house.
broke up. not. however, until tho 10vr"0 r lwm fe,8e' v,m,1 for ! dock last ; week
nnnrcciation of the Sen to lin.i oioeinc hums. u, ah have "t i " n" " "
boon shown in n luatv ehoor fm- "louorn iilumbinff, Inquiro at
tho Junior cIrmm. Thin was fol. Wl ; Kwsoiulon stloot, corner
lowed by cheer fi-oin all for tho Lo,l""al nvonuo.
seniors, uie 1 acuity, and Inst, Vou k1 u woIkui nud iirat
but not U'ilst, fur Jnmw JohnhuuI,t ut tuu Ceutral market. Just
Ilitrh. AltligiiJih thm o woro I 7 nwhUo,
The M. S. Dollar discharged a
r ... .1
CwWn KmiS: tho u d0 tllis fr be"er Pr yo n possibly do
recent lessees of tho dock, at the
It was surpns
it yourself. DO IT NOW!
intr tho lloor snace rea ui red to'
house n ship load of sulphur, the
entire floor space of tno largo
dock being completely covered.
A number of vistors witnessed
the discharging of tho first car
go to unload at the city dock.
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS,
In order to Insure a changt of ad
vertisement the copy for such change
should reach this office net later than
Wednesday, at 3 o'clock p. m. Please
remember this and save the printer
lirlng iu your Job printing wbllo
you thluk of IU Don't wait until you
aro eutlreSy out. Wa are equipped
to turn out seat and tasty prlaUng
promptly at I'orUaael prtcw or 1m.
KEEP THE FLY OUT
Wo carry a complete
Prices Range From
$1.25 to $2.50
Hot Weather Needs
Hammocks $1.00 to $4.O0
Ice Cream Freezers 75c to $4.O0
Garden Hose t. . . .$3.75 to 7.00 per 50 feet
Oil Stoves 54.50 to $11.00
Gasoline Stoves $3.25 to $16.00
ST. JOHNS HARDWARE CO.
ST. JOHNS LUMBER CO.
Phone Columbia 131
H. HENDERSON McDonalaBldg.,268 Jersey
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance
Abstracts of Title Prepared. Accurate Work Guaranteed.
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