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the laei uim. ,1 eggs in her
ft" 8th to I3ihf 1913
first twelve mui.. othepf.tvJ 'jrmcra' Co-operation will be
noB8, ana V over beforiS .tf e. leudinjr topicof nstiniiilnting
oBtfmacii iv - f ancod. scrips or lectures. The week
vouchee r7,.: hfc woo
ill be a notable event in
jcntionnl history of Ore-
WOW. inu u. -f.. worlrl
K"7. the sniAe In-
'hi i week will be crowded with dis-
ono n.r,ra in OXnCLIV
This now hen, like the former
record breaker, is a cross between
the Hatred Hocks and White
Loghorns. Professor Drydcn,
in charge of the poultry depart
ment at the college, says that no
special attempt, outside of the
brooding, was made to secure
high records. The methods fol
lowed in feeding and general
pure were such as might bo profit
ably followed by any farmer or
owner of poultry. The W6 eggs
niwlniwl bv the record breuking
lien weighed 12 pound.", or about
eight times the weignt oi mo
hen herself, and were remarkably
uniform in size, shape and color.
Many requests have been receiv
ed at the college to place the hen
on exhibition, but on account of
her grout value as a breeder, it
lias buen decided that tiie risks
are greater than the value of the
I'rof. Gootell, director of the
department of surgery at the
University of Kiel, announces
the complete success of an ex
traordinary operation performed
by romovlng the fourth finger
of a patient's left hand and re
placing the second toe of his left
In the Circuit Court of tlic State of Orr
L'on for Multnomah County,
Pciilusutn Security Company, tt vor
juration, PlnlntllT, v. tnnies C rtwrliley
mid Ulmlrn M. Crouchlvv mitt K. .Mark
No. 1)8038; Dept. No.i.
To Intnes Crouchlcv nnd liljnirn M
Crouchlcy, K. Mnrkunrt. lefenilnuts.
In the uninc of the Mute of Oregon,
You nre hereby requested to uptxair nml
answer to the, conmlalnt filed against you
In the above entitled suit m ithltt Mx
weeks from the dutt-ol the firM. ptibllcn.
tion of tills notice, to-uit: the 1:1th iIhv
of December, 1913. nnd if you fail m to
tio lor want thereof, the plaintiff will
take judgment nnd decree against you as
l'irsl: l'ur IhcMim of fifteen liundrci'
eighty dollars (fl.CSO) toKcthcr with In
tcrcst tlictcon until paid at the rate of
eight (8) ier cent tw milium from the
12111 day ot March, 1013.
Second: l'or the Mini of two hundred
dollars, 1200) a nttorncy's fees:
Third; That the usual decree of fore
closure for the sale of the following iles.
cnbed premises, to-wlt: Lots eleven (111
and twelve (12) in block twenty-three
(23) l'oint View Addition, Multnomah
County, Oregon, according to the re
corded plat thereof on file in the office
of the County Clerk of Multnomah
County, Oregon, be entered, and that
the Sheriff dulv sell the same according
to ine law ami practice oi mis court.
fourth: That the proceeds of the sale
ms or money
log under or throiiuh the saiddefeudauts
or each ol tlicni Mihsc(ticut to October
10, l'J12, the date of (he execution of the
said note and mortgage umiii the said
premises either ns purchasers or en
cumbrauccrs or otherwise, be barred and
foreclosed of all equity of redemption in
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2
For the Year Ending June 16, 1913
To the Hoard of Dlm'tors mid Citizens of School District No. 2 of Multnomah
county, Stale of Oregon:
I norowitii triimimll to you
.School in District No
In June, 11)111
Numbur of nurwinti botweuu I ami 20 veain of aue rrsldiiiL'
In the District November UTi, 7(13
Number of lonelier employed during the yuitr . 3
Number holding life ccrtllu'iitc or diplomiis
Numbur holding live, one year, county, city and otutc special
Number holding collvgu diplomas registered under former law. 2 1
Numbtir holding Ccrlirlciilfft of limlltnlu atteiidiiuce dining the
Mt ywtr 3 2(1
Number of kcIhki! midius in oiiuratiou during (Mint miImmiI veur..
m otlinuiit In gmdiw aiNive the eighth . , . . 2 M
umber of school limise In the district . . .
Number of mouths hiIiIIc m'IhmiI taught during the yiwr
Niimbr of legal voters for school purNMW In dlsttlut at time of
iniiklnj,' tills reNirt (estimated)
Total iiiiiniWr of library Uxiks on hand ,
Number of ItMelmr employ ml, female
Number ol iiiiU enrolled, untie X; remain Mi; total
KiliHher of private schoola
NiililW of imnttlis private scliiml
Cah on I taw I Mt time of inakliiK last nuuual niiMirt
Jhm IT, 1011 ...JKt.TtM.IWi
Hcculvml from Cownty TrwiHrtr from distrtut tux 23.TW.2JI
KetiOlVttU froi Cmiiity TrwMHivr from county whool fund .... t,Ull.3ri
Kwcjvi! frotH CuiiHly TrtHirur frttiu kUUu schoul fund 291.70
Kocolvwl from rml t I,07fj,0)
Hcctdvtxl from rtut - , 7.50
Hcuolvwl fiom iihu , , 2.i!0
Hrceivwl fnwt iwushem' fluw fi 00
cuasions, anu demonstrations in
every thing that makes for the
welfare of the farmer and home
maker. WINTER SHORT COURSE
January 5 to 30, 1914
The College has spared no
effort to make this the most com
pletc short course in its history.
A very wido range ol courses
will bo offered in General Agri
culture, Horticulture, Animal
Husbandry. Dairying, Poultry
Keeping. Mechanic Arts, Domes
tic Science and Art, Commerce.
Forestry, and Music. Numerous
lectures and discussions on Farm
era' CO-OPEKATION, at home
mwl fihtvtnrl ii'Ill lwi ft Imirtimr
feature. Make this a pleasant 5". "W"'".".!0
and profitable winter outing. mM criiof theui nnd nil per
No tint on. Accomodations rea
Honublo; Heduced rutes on all
railroads. For further informu
II. M. TENNANT, Registrar,
Farmers' Husincss Courses by ,,lf,I?!l1,.l l;r,,:!.,l!L:?..",:., rt.!!.,crc0';
Correspondence without tuition. rH.,SM nmi tlu execution issue against
tneiwiui iicieuiiants, James wrouciiley and
Hlmira M. Crouchlcv. and each of them
for liny deficiency which may remain alter
applying all of the proceeds of the side
ol said premises properly applicable to
the satisfaction of the Mid judgment and
Sixth: That the plaintiff or any other
party to this suit tniiv become nun-hater
at I lie said sale, ami tnat UicMierlll issue
it certificate of sale to the said purchaser
or sain premises, ami tucrealter i
Slierlll's deed If the same Is not redeem
ed as provided by law and that lue pur
chaser be let Into iiosscstlon of the
premises umiii production of the Jiherili's
ccrtlllcate ol Mile llierelor,
Seventh: That the tilalutiff hnve.sttch
oilier ami lurtiicr orders and relief as
may to the court seem couitable uud
Itlghth: That the plaintiff have his
costs and disbursement in this suit.
Service of this Summons Is tutiile uihiii
you oy publication of tiie same Hi too
St. Johns Kevlcw, a weekly ucvsmpcr.
for six successive weeks by virtue of an
order signed by the Honorable I. 1
Kavmmugli, Judge of the above entitled
court on the 2m h day of October, 11)13.
D.ite of first publication the 31st day
D.ite of last publication the 12th day
Ol IM-CCIIIIHT, IUI.1.
I'HUKY C. STKOl'D.
Attorney for rialntiff.
I'lrst Mitionni nauk liuildlug,
St. Johns, Oregon,
1 WwWIw i y 53WC'y so close to a large city. ' I
MlMvmFj ,-M. . We have established almost; a' comnlete 'I
The Hepublicun press is eip
deuvorinu to make the country
believe that Europe is irritated
at President Wilson's Mexico
nolicv. Enirland. France and
Germany, however, have just
said; "Woody, old boy, we will
back you up in your policy down
is minimi bv law. the Annual
In your county, for the yir rudliiu the
KctNitl of tlm
Male I'cmale Total
In the Justice's Court for St.
2i) Johns District, Multnomah conn
; ty, State of Oregon.
K.iid for ItwclMr' wmm , " (SaCijas.OO
I'ald forHiho u)ipltci , , lJ!l.2T
K,tld fr ;jMlrt. , tgO.W
iMld for imtfoviiig uhhiwU , 453.21)
I'ald fur janitor work 2,202.(10
l'aid on nv Mhool Ihwmni , 110.M
I'ald on wlimil slttw ,,,, 7,031,21
I'ald on furulturtt !Uh).2i
)u!d on prlualpMl nnd iutrut of boiuk ami utraiiu,, 4,:itW,00
I'ald for iiHuruno Iftl
Uild for Clerk' Mlary ,, , 4o0.(30
r.uu uir uorary ihmiw , ,
l'aid for cur fare sludvot toacliur
I'alil fur nl.u.lrd. liutit
' or oiectnc nim r ............... . imM
lld fur jmlit and cWrks of iujt!nK
I'ald fur exiwuMts ol liiuli scbool U, ttwtti...
IStld for (rmiMlit, etc
l'aid Sub. Co. II. S. Cow
Kuhl for IllMh Heboid CoHmHHtHt lfjli
lMlil for lust llbrerv bookk
I'ald for 4mii Mirvicr ; HlM
win mr iHiutiHg
I'ald fur roirt ihi lltwk at), jouiw John's AddUlou ,.
IHihI for luxtw ,
1VW to trtMNt uImi
I'ald for t i out iuiproveiiieiit
I'ald fur vur
t . hl ,I,H
u. u naiKiv. r a nt in. vs.
Isaac Uncus, Defendant.
'lo Isaac Uncus. Defendant:
In the name of the State of Ore
gon, you are hereby rcmiirod to
appear and answer tlio complaint
in the above entitled action on
or before tho 20th day of Decom-
Dur, iui;s: and it you lull to so
answer for want thereof, Plain
till' will take judgment against
you lor tho sum of two hundred
and twenty dollars and eighty
seven cents, Desldes tho costs
and disbursements of this action.
and an order of salo of tho jiroj)-
orty oi uoienunnt, wiucii s tin
dor attachment in tho above en-
titli'd iwlimi fiml Mliinl its
fD7..l 1.7,1 8aj(J couty n(J 8tal0f aml j3 (0.
scriut'd as loiiows. viz: lfiO
polos, 7a chickens, ono calf, ono
pue oi nimiior, tour cows and
one buggy: proceeds of sn u to
bo applied on nuvmcnt nf himM
judgment and costs and disburse
ments of this action.
tins summons is nub shod bv
order of J. R Willinms
.lusticoof the Peace of tho above
named District dulv mado on tho
(5th day of November, HUH.
J. 15. WILLIAMS.
Justice of the Peace of St. Johns
District. Multnomah county,
Stato of Oregon.
Our jll purchases were planned
so that all the things needful in,pur
line are in stock ready for; yojj
Our Men's Toggery is showing- a fine .
of those heavy Jumbo wear Sweaters,
Overcoats, the new things in Raincoats,
Fall Suits and Hats, Flannel Shirts, Log
gers' Shirts and Mackinaws.
Our Ladies' Department is better
stocked with Suitings and Coat Goods
than usual for a store of .the size of ours
so close to a large city.
We have established almost a complete
Embroidery Department where hundreds
of patterns and varieties of silk and cot
ton accessories are shown.
Also in the Ladies' Department are the
Pillows, Blankets and Comforters, Sheets
and Pillow Cases. The Fall Hosiery lines
are complete. We have Suede, Velvet
Patent and Gun Metal Shoes of suitable
style and money value quality.
In the Grocery Department is every
thing to tempt the appetite. If you are
going to have a company dinner, call us
up and we will supply you with practic-r
ally anything the market affords.
Tlic Holiday season will soon be with us. When
planning your purchases rcmi'iuhcr to shop early
uud rciiiuinlK'r, ton, that our stocks have licoii
bought for you. The patronage of your home store
givc.H'ott the gratifying satisfaction of a duty per
formed. Our prices arc certainly right. Why
should they not he? We do not have an expensive
organization; we do not pay a fortune a month for
rent; we get, in most instances, the same prices as
the buyers of the large store. Von know the high
rents and high salaries arc paid by you.
BON HAM & CURRIER
205 S, Jonoy Str.t
Cuih ait lwinl
See us for the Choicest Cuts ol
the Best Meats Obtainable.
OcWw fWtd and family Trad Solkhtd.
Total nmiHiHt of bowUwl iwUbtMluwi t k$ roo 00
Mimher of acre In eluxI khhuuU (MlinUl) 0.
lfctlmututl vuluu of icliool Lousst
fet umUM iw uo(KiMiiNriMimu 41.700.00 T. P. WARD, Proprietor.
Ifcllmatixl v1h of liuHtiui: 11L111U
JUtiumiwI vhIu 4 kcUoulTuriiltiire mui! rutin
nillUHIII Ul IIIMIIHIH' OH IK'IMHM IIOtlHNi
Amount of ItiHiriiice on otlir imiimrty
Arcirago inuittlily kalnry.of tunlu twiuhvr
' Avwnjji! iimutlil)- iwlwry ol fMiialo ttmclicra . .
Uutriet Clerk' Notice of Olllfers Hleut
Vo A. C. AiiiMtroiiu, County School Siiporliitoiulcnt:
Sir: Vow urc linrchy notifivil Unit llir ollleors ol School I)itrict No. 2. Mult
noninli County, Ornou, for tin nuliiK your ure ns follows:
,N.U.,."B- Ti,,vtf t0 M'rvv- I'ostollioe Aihlrc.
nirrctor--Si. W. lUKor 1'lvc year 1114 W. ChiiKo trcvt. St. John
H. . llanlwm . l'our yir llouhum S: Currier. St. John
. . ?'x Tltrvo year. . . . l'ciiinsulu Nutloiul llauk. St. Johns
1'inifcor iAyuwrs ,.1'irM .-aitotiul luuw, St. Johns
Alluirtus l.urruwi- One yeir. . . I'cniiisulu Iron Works, St. Johns
ClfrV:,. i;.,:,!1!,,cU OMB 'mr City Hall, St. John
J. K. rANCIl. A. l.ARKOVVU.
Clerk of District No. 2. Chairman of McttiiiK.
Corn Show Excursion
PENDLETON, DEC. 5th-6th
Low Rountl-Trip Fares
From All Stations In Oregon On the
Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Go.
Dec. 1 to C
'$l,O0O.OQ In Cash Prizes
To be given for the b;.-t Inhibit of Corn grown during 1913
in country tributary to the OAV H. & N.
Every Corn Grower nhotihl enter his products in this contest.
Every Farmer should attend these shows which are the first of
the kind ever given by n Railroad iu the Northwest for the benefit
of the people and communities along its lines.
Ask Particulars of any Agent of the
O-W R. d. N.
R. A. JAYNE, Al. D.
Office over First Nnllonnl Dank
Office Phone Columbia 282
Net. Phone Columbia 196
O. J. GATZAIYGR
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ST. JOHNS . OREGON
PGRRY C. STROUD
First National (lank Building
ST. JOHNS . . . OREGON
CURTllMCVnt 01 DISTRICT Ol'l'lCHRS.
We herehj certify that we have ourcfully cxuiuiueit the books and accounts of
t.lie I)fitrlol Cfcrk, as rcqutrotl by SfOtlon 120, iuj;c 65. of the School U of 1900.
auil'lhat we ha-o funutl the wine to he true mitt correct to the best of our know!
ruse uud belief.
Wc further certify that till reiqrt is an eiaet copy of the annual report iu the
District Clcrk'g Record Hook, anil wc b'ejiere the same to he full ami correct.
J. N. HDI.ni'SKN.
. S. W. ROfiURS.
J. X. TA.NCU, Olerk. ' Directors.
St. Johns Furniture
Gus Salmond, Mgr.
New and Second
ST. JOHNS LUMBER CO.
Phoue Columbia 131
Bought, Sold and
H. HENDERSON 311 North Jersey Street
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance
Abstracts of Title Prepared. Accurate rork Guaranteed.
UUlts tmklur amatiiiff trui
rnian sulTcrintf ami
dnrr. Th. CAUSE
is ftlwty. tnternsL
lulls by sttscklnK-th
Tfc nll. ar dried un and
ixrnian.ntly irl. H days' trratmrnt. SI.UX
UK. l.r.DNllAKlM'W.. tlullalo, N. Y.trmUwai
St. John's rksrascy ssd sU drufitits.
How is Your Title?
NOTICE TO ADVERTI8ER8.
j. In order to Insure a chang ef ad
Have your abstracts made, cou-; yertlsement th copy for such change
Untied or examined nt the Pcninsu. ahould reach this orfieo not later than
1 la Title. Abstract and Realty Co- Wednesday, , at 3 o'clock p. m. Ple.st
ia..m....:i. Doni,u fc Irawtmber thl and aava tha prlntar
II. Ilcudcrsou, manager, 311 North
Nota tha label on your papar.
Not Um lafe! ofl your pa par.
Subicrlba for iho St 'ohoa Review
and kap pes ted &a tHa doings of
TMAD, T. PARKER
ATTORNIIY AND COUNSCLOU AT LAW
Rooms 7 and 8
Holhrook BuiUHiiK ST. JOHNS
Phone Columbia 51
First National Hank building.
ST. JOHNS, OREGON.
DR. J. VINTON SCOTT
Opan Eveninga and Sundays br Ap
pointment. OtBcc l'lione Columbia 140
Resident l'lione Columbia 38
If IN WOMAN'S BREAST
ALVAYS BEGINS a SMALL LUMP LIKE
THIS and ALWAYS POISONS DEEP GLANDS
IM TIIE ARMPIT AtlO KILLS QUICKLV
I W2LL GIVE $1 00
IF I FAIL TO CURE an CANCER or TUMOR
I TREAT BEFORE II Pclsons Bone or Deep OUnds
NOXNIft Of FAIN
Ns Pay Until Cured
No X Asy or othtr
wlndlo. An Ulsnd
ion. IUUP orr.
tha Up, fun
long 14 IVu f
No. 186 I. O. O. f
ST. JOHNS, OHCGON
Ueeta aach Monday evening In Odd Fal
lona ball at 7no. A cordial welcome to
all visiting brothers,
Clms.ll. Itoyd.Jf. G.
Alex. 8, Scales, Sec.
HOLMES LODGE NO. 101
KNiGius or pviiiias
Meets every I'riday ninlit a!
tf7-i o'clock in I. O. O. V
jr Hall, Visitors always wel
K. R. MAXPlI'.Ln.C. C.
D. V. HORS.MAN, K, R. S
DORIC DODGE NO. 132
s A. f, and A, M.
on hrt wednesaays 01
each mouth iu llickuer's
Hall, Visitors welcome.
Krnrst S, Harrington. W, 5I.i
Jolm Noce, Secretary
JOSEPH McCHESNEY, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon. .
Day Niht Offlco In McCbeny blk
St. Uha, Orz
C. O. BOYER
PHYSICIAN' ANU SURG RON '
ST. JOHNS SANITARIUM
Corner Chicago street and Smith
avenue, St. Johns?
Office hours; 10 to 12 a. in. daily
Also at Medical Building, Vortluud
1 to 6 p. wv
plant rnk tha euro
Bora on tt
U. 120 PACE BOOK
ami (mi tr iiwuuula ot ,
Uuuanucurntal ko'" 1
nillVK TO ftOMC
ANY LUMP IN WOMAN'S BREAST
Is CANCCFt. Wr rrluao thousands Dylno.
Ctmt T Ut, W have fujfj lu.ooo In 3U yra.
Address DR. & MRS. OR, CHAMLEY& CO.
A 436 VALENCIA ST., SIN FRANCISCO, CAU
KINDLY MAIL this lo soe one with CANCER
Office Phone Columbia 24
Residence Phone Columbia 198
St. Johns Express, Transfer
and Storage Co.
Piano Moving a Specially, Haul
ing done to nnd from Portland
Residence 400 Knst Richmond
Office 103 North Jersey Street
Daily trins to Portland.
CHAS. SAGKKT, Piop.
ORDER EASTERN STAR
Minerva Chapter No.'IOS
Meets livery I'irst ainl Third
Tuesday livening ol KaiU
Month in llickuer's Hall.
Ruby R. Davis. Worthy Matron.
Mrs. Susie Rogers, Secretary.
We buy or sell St, Johns Property
McKlNNEY & 1 AVIS
I.lst your property with us if you
desire to sell quickly
202 N. JersevSt. St. Jehus
J, R WEIMER
Transfer and Storage
We deliver your goods to and from
all parta of Portland, Vancouver. Linn
ton, Portland and Suburban Express
Co., city dock and all points aecessibla
by wagon. Piano and fumiturs) smvIm(
St. Johns, Oregon
Goo'd Things to Eat
Would be pleased to have your
patronage. Motto: Quality
G. W. RICMTMYfR
PUoat. ColumtiU 1 free DaUvcrv
Yqu get full -weight aad first
luallly at Ua Cratral market. Just