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STATE PRESS COMMENT
On Candklacy of C. N.
McArthur for Congress
Clifton N. McArthur. who
fe nJJ .CTStS-OTi
no wi'V4inui i miv
fttilntn far fVimrraatt (m tW Tllirti
11 till y v w - - - -
District, with n jrood chuiw of
being the noxi cttxr(tMKmiii
roprqucnUitive from PorUniMt.
Ho is n xlnunch KepuWtewn,
tnlentod. nnd Hhm riven full
demonstration nf Winx man
of his word nnd faithful to the
lettor to the neopl 8 intcreeU.
Added to hid ninny wtvieble
qunliflcntionn is his well known
common sonse. ins owtuorm
should npponl to every voter of
Portland, nnd the Inrjre minority
should unhesitntimtly trive him
thoir mipnort, for OreKon noods
a man oi his can ore ami tm
prcsslons in Conitre. Wood
Those who have been closely
associated with Mr. McArthur
knows him to he a man absolute-
dealings, political or otherwise.
The fact that he has filled the
chair of Speaker of the OroRon
LeiriBlaturo for two terms anil
come out stronger and more
hiirhly respected each time, is
proof that ho is a mnn whom the
neon o can trust in the conduct
oi tneir business. i more men
. .1 . . .
of this class were elected to
office there would he a higher
respect for our public olllcials.-
man. he i
in the state
positions of trust and rosponsi-
blilty With credit to the state
und honor to himself. Ho is
inorougniy laminar w in me
nceuB oi mo inini uisinci ana
iiiu uiiiiiu KLiui;. 'oi. iii'iumi
Mr. McArthur is a man with a
record of capable accomplish
ment. By dint of hard work,
backed by ability and political
sense, he has won his way to a
leading position in state legisla
tivo alfairs. An able, lawyer.
his experience, political and
professional, has brought him
in close contact with general
conditions throughout the state.
McArthur has a good idea of
affairs in the state, is honest in
his intention, capable of making
a Congressman of worth to the
district and to the nation.- U-
IIIS IIILIJIILIIlll. U1III1IIIIIT til II111IV I IIU
Clifton N. McArthur. twice
Speaker of the Oregon House of
Hepresentatives, and one or the
cleanest and ablest young men in
ms native state, has announced
himself a candidate for the Be-
publican nomination for Con-
gressmnn in the Portland (lis-
trlot. In recoirnit on of merit I
and for tho honor of Portland
and tho state, he ought lo have
no trouble in winning, Mr. Me-
Arthur will mako a valuable
member in the national halls of
alls Herald. cash : tin. SI cash. " i . r ;:"," .
I . IIIIV UIVIK IA TINT tllW IUIIUnilK
thur is a young C ass I Largest co ection. m nroncrtv. to wit: s. it. i.nik. ci.
8 recognized as one of First nrizo. $1.50 L-nHli: sncond. Snrfimficlil Invchtincnt nml Tower Coin-
men of public alfairs $2.50 cash: third. $1 cash. iny' Ail.liilon to the town of swiiii;.
. He has occupied Class .1 "Juvun lo M vo.nrs lc'"' V' "c OT'. "'WlV
legislation, whero his grand- Class I) Largest head of lot
father. Colonul Nosmith. shone tuce. First nrizo. $2 cash: sec.
with such distinction tifty yonrs
ago. Harney County News.
rolk county takes more than a
casual Interest in tho announce-
ment that C. N. McArthur is a
candidnto for uongross to sue-
..,,.,.1 A 111 I ..II' 1.. lilt. !l .
..i ' A'm,u, iv line
Folk will not get to cast a vote
for tho owner of tho Nosmlth
farm at K ckrun . vet I'o k w
ui.l l.,i Lnniil..., . an.. i
. j k uiiiu nun iiuu
wiuii. na, ' as mo natives
know him, wears a number eight
I 1 . l y-i I
hat, and it covers good Oregon
brninH that should be of service
to tho state back in tho capitol.
Tho Monitor hopus to seo him
win tho race. --- Independence
Mr. McArthur has a good rec
ord in tho Uregon Legislature.
Ho comes from a lino lino of
people. He is a graduate of tho
University of Oregon and a
bright, progressive young man
wuu n very wide circle of nor.
sonal friends throughout tho
stato, Uregon City Entorpriso.
C. N. McArthur, who rocont.
ly announced himsolf as a can-
dldate for Conirress from the
Third District, is a grandson of
James w. Nesmith, who was an
early pioneer of Oregon and Unit
ed btates aentor from this stato
during tho Civil War poriod.
McArthur is a young man of
considerable ability and ought to
bo able to beat Lall'erty, tho
present incumbent, who will
inaKe tho raco again. Newborg
T. J. Krcuder's pojuilnr cam-
paign ior county commissioner.
3 ono of tho two who are to bo
elected this year, is puttng him
in tho front rank of all tho can-l
didates tor that oilice. Two
uaaim o rrn nsl 4 . a..
that time he had the court house
ontingent against him. Now
there is not such opposition, and
ne sun retains all Jus former
trength and popularity. His
efficiency is well known and
Utere seems to bo no va d ron.
on .why, ho should not be irony"-
nittea and rentually Issttd.
Prizes For Exhibits
IWohimt lanital of the wire
altare) Hi Swcot l'on Show nnd
SoitMl Garden Content to Ih
hffM Mbmii Jab' 4th under the
inntMuomMtt f the Commorclnl
uratHl sHNHitl rrifo-- itogt ox
i mil, si-.w. luwni uv wmi tin vv
mbmiI lusaausaaimi ttiilil tltie
miif a v iurrfc w I a va v
ywr lur Mr. Halt.
CImm A Six or more vases,
nrod YBrieUu. Ton or more
ant-ma in (jhcii raae. nrai pnct
410 silver run: aocnitil Mriio.
Ti ' . --!" - i
CImh H Boat vnso, nny num
irinol i.kIoi .l m
CKh: vecond prlso, $2.50 cash;
third prlne, $1 ensh.
CImm C- Vmo of 20 stoms,
mire wit te. nr8inr zo.5-i.bu:
locond jirixc. $2,150; third prize
CIhm ij Vnse of 20 stems,
red. First prizo. S-I.B0 cash,
second, $2.50 cash; third, $1
Claim Is.- Vnso of 20 stems,
In vendor, rirst prize,
cash, second, ?2.fi0 cash; third,
Class F- Vase of 20 stems,
pink. First prize. $4.50 cash:
second, $2.50 cash; third, $1
Class (I Best six vases of ten
steins each, Grandifiora typo,
distinct varieties. First
SKI nilvm- rim- mwnnil
I r .
Ulass II. Most artistic vase
or howl of sweet peas. I'irst
and under, host three vases of
10 stems one h. nnv thrnn colnrs.
First prize. S 1.50 cash: second.
S2.fi ) ens h: ih id. si ensh.
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V-U lv uiu lllllllJIilll OWUUL I VU
oocieiy oi America will govern
rt. i . ...
mo Jtidir nir. i'o nls in scor nir
will bo apportioned as follows:
Length of stem. 25 points.
Color, 25 points.
Size, 25 points.
Substance. 15 noints.
Number of Mowers on stem 10
bweet pea or other foliage
can be used with the bowers
unattached. Commercial grow
ors cannot compete in these
classes. Entry can be made by
Sull()o1 Garden Contest.
Entries must bo grown
Thoy must be tho product of
mo child's individual eliort.
Three prizes will bo given in
Class A- Best vegetable (lis
play. First prize, S2 cash : sec
ond, $1.50 cash; third, $1 cash.
Class It Best beet disnlav.
I'irst prize, $2 cash; second
$' cash; third $1 cash.
Class C Best potato display.
I'irst prizo $2 cash; second
?l.r0 cash; third $1 cash.
ond 5i.ru cash; third SI cash.
Llass E-Hest loose leaf let-
luce, I'irst prize $2 cash: sec
ond $1.50 cash; third $1 cash.
Class F- Onions. 1 bunches. 5
onions in a bunch. I'irst
(SO ....nt .....I CM ri I.
j j- tniij Bi-mnu i.uuviihii; inird
Class (1 Kadishes. small
round, not ess t inn ton. First
nvi., w ..,w....i i
j.. v- v,,n, .-viniu n,uu tjiau;
mini i easu.
Class II Badishes, long vnr-
!..... . , . I
IWIY. 1101 10SS I 11111 ton hirst I.
nrizo nimh um-mwi tl m .
pi ze M CltS l, bCCOtld S1.50 cash J
third SI cash.
w t ' ' . .IV
Class I--Ilirnips, best display,
110t less than ton. Klrst nrli'n
$2 cash; second 81.60 casl r
tf, ... ,k 1
Seo CIllSS "J" Sweot
I).... ..i....r A i rri".
1 fit iuiiiuai, .-vii twines in I S
miss must bo mado from your
)vn "bcliool Garden."
Officers of the City of SI. Johns, Oregon
Major A W Vlurcul
HfcotJci - A. It. Duu.mon
Trnuurnr-l' A. Rke
Attonwy T. T IMrler
ltiiuliiMr I. o. Huikiii
CliCaf ot l-4ke Jolin full
Hay lM)k-ll. Muk
Nlalit lScc- J. 8. Jones, O. W.
COUNCIIMCN AT IARCC
O. M Cixusll
J. W. Davis
II. M. WatJrcl
couNCitMtN rmsr WARD
0"lkk K. Orsdcn
COUNCIIMCN SECOND WAND
IS. V. Muumhi C. K. ChsJwlck
bltrctsauil IlocL.-l. uv n.vi. n t il'.i.
M. ...... ... ...UllfU.
''hWI." c'uJlk. O. M. Corutll,
II. M WalJttl.
.1.., n ... .,,
Water aim Llclit It. (ira.lm i u-
C R. ChadwU-k
R. Otttdeu '
I'mailCol). M Cornell O If r!..ll-v
llmlth and l-ollcc-o u. n.rii.-v
V Muuwu J. W DU.
Liquor LuriiM Cru. V- Uunun. a
Liu dm o. M. Cornell
uulkliiii! and r.rounJ.- II. M u-.i.ir.r.
C.R. CladwUk. C li. Uarllck.
- W. OVERSTREET
Plumbing and Gas
Job work promptly attended t.
rhone Columbia 599
311 S, Jersey Street St, Johns, OrgM
prize, .$1.50 cash; second, $2.50 ? '"V!! "f.?'.1!.. !.c. " "Ti
ray your aubsorlpUoa.
U IK WOMAN'S BREAST
THIS m4 ALWAYS POISONS MtflUWB
m THC WHTIT AM KILLS QUICKLY s
: I WILL GIYE $1 000
!F 1 FAIITi CUREiBf MWEII irTOIIM '
i I flXIT f rut i pIt P.. rtnitn Eltft 91
' nOKRlTt ll Thin
' lo Par Dalit Ccrtdi
, SSW taW EZk
Any iuum, tvf w
". "r ,M
R Mill riniuM I IWI
ttuw i;orci om
Hl ffft , IWtimnkltlt u
IVMb rj-M tl
if Kit K TO OOML
ANY LUMP IN WOMAN'S BREAST
tl CANCm W rrfuM lhnuMAt Oylna.
Citil Til Uti, W ktv rurtl 10. wo in SO yrt.
Address OR. &MRS. OR. CKAMLEY&CO.
A 436 VUEKM SI, SIN fRlXCISCO, C1L
KINDLY MAIL ibtt to imt est wild CANCER
In Hip Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon (or Multnomah County:
No. iiuzh. Di-imrunciu Jo. (i.
In tlic matter oi Hie eunnimnuilli
ol Wyeth Jnyiir, minor.
To K. A. lnyne nuil to the next of kin
of wyctli jnync, ami to an crM)iift in-
tcrctteii in lite cmnie oi miii uyctit
In the inline oi tne htnte oi urcuon,
You arc hereby citcil ami required to
n)citr In the Circuit Court of Oregon,
(or the County of Multiiotimh, at the
Court Kooiu of Dctmrtineiit No. f there
of, nt the Court lloutc, In the City of
rortlniui, county oi aiuiihoiiihii. on
WeilncMlny, the 10th ilny of June, l9l4,
miliar, nhould not be nolil, nnd lurthrr
to allow cause, II nny lucre be, why It in
not for the heat interests of the wild
Wyctli Jnync. n minor, thnt the afore
deacribed tiroDcrtv should be told ac
cording to the prayer of the petition of I
K. A. jnync Hied Herein.
wiiiitsi, mo lion. i. j. ucciou,
luili-t! of the Circuit Court of the Htnte of
K." .. ..... .
orcKon, ior tne uniuiy oi Aiuituomnii,
w"".u,c ' "") '"
J. W. COCHRAN,
I'irst nubllcntion April 24. i9i4: Inst
puuucalloil .May lo,
It is resolved hy the city of .St, Johns,
Thnt it deems it expedient nnd neces
sary lo improve Willamette lllvd.l
irom the southerly side line of Richmond
street to the S. V. & 8. Railroad cut
in the cltv of St. lohus In
the follou-lui! manner, to wit:
Uy KmdliiK strip nloni; each side of
siibf iMnilcvnrd to Krailc or sub-j-nide, to
oc ekiuiiiuucii, exicmilUK irom Uicpro)
erty line out Into the snld lioulcvnrd. n
sulhcicnt dlttnnce (o ndmlt of n six
foot sidewulk mid u ten foot
twrkini: between sldcwnlks nud curb.
where curb Is provided for bv the nlnns
unit niK.-viiicnuuus, umi ny laying a lilt.
i ir. i i . . - ; i
L-eiiiciiiainewiiiK oil lioiii sides ol sa il
boulevnrd (with tcmiioriiry crom walkH)
louetlier with corners nml
curbs. nccordliiK to the plana nnd
specifications o( the city engineer
.... rtl.. I.. .1 nr ...." I
uii imc iii uic onice oi uie cuv recor
dcr relative thereto, which said plans,
specifications ami catlmnteH uru sntikfac
lory nun nrc hereby approved. ,S.ild liu-
provemeiita to be mnile in oecorilnnri I
witn the charter and ordinances of the
city of St. Johns, and under the supervis
ion ami tiircciiou oi tuu city ciiKluecr.
That the cost of said iiunroveineiit to bo
assessed as provided by the city charter
ukjii tne property especially nud iwr-
which is hereby declared to be nil of
lots. im of lot, blocks ami iwreeia of
i'idbctweenthe termini of such improve
" ; r"'"."." "?,n: lWJ"
"'"w "wre! ifomnic inarKliiu
lines oi said street back to the center of
uie uiocic or blocks or trncts of laud
al)!t"1.,.1,creo" or proximate thereto.
Tim! fill 111.. tirntu.hi I 1.1
..hvu hi uhi
1 imt nil the proiicrty
""rrovemcni mstrict aiorcsaid Is Hereby
declared to lw lcat Improvement l)i.
trict No. 113."
That the city enjjineer's assessment of
protwble total cost of said Improve.
scsted auiiliut the timtx-rtv i II Midi Inrnl I
.imiMvm.iuiMm,iim is iu uv us
B?cn,e,,t district as provided by the
clmrterof il.rlvnl Si il . ' '
A in"," 1 1 ,v..,it .1 r.i i
Lf mJ 191 ,hc co,mdl UlU 5lU 4,ay
a. . dunsmokr,
rublislied in the St. lohns Uevlew on
.Mayo ami lb, 19M.
REVIEW'S LEQAL BLANKS
The following list of lecal blauks
I a . - . " I
are Kept tor sale at this office nml
others will be added as the demand
Warranty deeds, Otdt Claim
Deeds, Realty nnd Chattel Mort
gages, batlsfaction of Morlgages,
Contracts for Sale of Rcaltv. Bills
of Sale, Leases,
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.
In order to insure a ehanaa of ad.
vertlsement tho copy for such chango
noma reacn mis omco not later than
Wednesday, at 3 o'clock p. m. Please
ramamoar tnia and aava trt prlntar
J. R. WEIMER
Transfer and Storage
We deliver vour irooda ta and mm
all p?U of Portland, Vancourer, Llnn-
tea. t'ortUnd and Suburban Kinni,
Co., city dock and all poinU accessible
T wagon. Plan and rMrnUur smvssi
UrlOf la your Job printing while
you Uilnk of It. Doa't wait until you
sre entirely out. We are equipped
to turn out seat and taatr printing
N&U the label en your paper,
Subaarlbe for A It lekas Review
107 S Jersey Street
Call up Columbia 92
Office Phone Columbia 34
Residence Phone Columbia 198
St. Johns Express, Transfer
und Storage Co.
Piano Moving a Specialty. Haul
lng done to anil from Portland
Residence 400 Cast Richmond
""" """i Jc,nV x'
waiiy trips to rortiami.
J- atckison, Prop,
ORDER EASTERN STAR
Minerva Chapter No, 105
Meets Kvervl'lrstand Third
Tuesday Kveulug of Kach
Aiontn iu mcKuer's nan.
fi ' JhMi Worthy MtrtM.
j sispaeHS, sewsttry,
208 S, Joraey Street
See us for the Choicest Cuts ef
the Best Meats Obtainable.
Onfcr rMcd and ramaV Trade SeJkfteeL
T. P. WARD, Proprietor.
We buy or sell St. Johns Property
AlcKINNEY & DAVIS
List your property with us if you
desire to sell quickly
202 N. Jersey St. St. Johns
DR. FRANK F. CASSEDAY
Sptcitlitt la Diseases of tat Eye, Ear, Nwe,
Thrut M Luat
Operative and Medical TrMtmaat
Eipett Pitting of Classes
.M-Jr Dckum Dlg . Third and WasWaeloa s.
The host time to shop is before noon, you are then fresh from your night's rest, your decision can he
made with a restful mind nnd you are better satisfied with your purchase because of It's being made under
a tcMCul condition of inltid.
Then, too, the sales people are all human; they can serve you better; give you more rcnillly of the
best there is in them when they arc approached with a rested mind and body,
It is only hnbtt to shop on Saturday or late in the Afternoon.
The time is coming when sales people will demand an eight hour date; they should have it; one reason
why they do not have it is simply because of the hnbtt of the public to postjone .shopping till the lat min
ute. The law now requires that the women shall not work after 8 P. M. We arc glad of thnt luw but the
public must be considerate of us if it would get the best of service.
Service with a smite is the kind worth while,
her feet from 8:30 or 9:00 n. m. to 8. p, 111.
The world is moving toward a service of cooperation in all lines. Keep pace witli
your help iu giving you, our employees and ourselves the best there is in us: the freshness
'I Tril ri TATniA nrurn m nun j!
. ItN tLtUlrilU ULNtKA I INIi 1
Portland Railway, Light & Power Company
Broadway and Alder Streets
Phone Marshall 5100 Home A. 6131
A GOOD BUY
At Whitwood Court, a piece
of ground 600 feet long and 100
feet wide, being the upper half of
block 16, and located not far from
the Railroad and Street Car Line,
on Mill Street. As Whitwood will
soon have the great Scenic Drive
way passing through it, and other
activities are to take place, this
tract will soon become most valu
able. Price for a short time $2500.
Call on or Address thi
Who can smile a natural smile when
Widely scattered have been built
hy the Portland Railway, Light &
Power Company for the purpose of
Reliable Electric Servlco
to its patrons. Through high
tension transmission lines each
of these generating plants are inter-
communicative, so that the service
is insured against unforeseea
she has been on
times and lend
of ttic morning.
R. A. JAYNE, A. D.
Office over First National Dank
Office Phone Columbia 267
Res. Phone Columbia 196
JOSEPH McCMESNCY, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Dj k Night Offlc In McChwrvsy blk.
St, Jebna. . Ortgan.
Studio 401 Alta Street.
AUSS AlALENA E. LONG
I'hont Columbia r
O. J. GATZA1YER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ST. JOHNS - . OREGON.
PERRY C. STROUD
first National Uank Building
ST. JOHNS . . . OREGON
THAD, T. PARKER
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
Rooms 7 and 8
Holbrook Building ST. JOHNS
DR. RAM 80
Phone Columbia 61
First National Uank building.
ST. JOHNS. OREGON.
DR. J. VINTON SCOTT
Open Eyenlxigs and Sundays Wy Ap
pointment. Office rhone Columbia 140
Kcsideiit i'uone Columbia 38
No. 186 I. O. O. f.
ST. JOHWS, ORCGOft
MeeU each Monday evening la Odd Pel
Ioks hall at T.o. A cordial welcome lo
all visiting brothers.
Noble Urand. G. H. Bcnhaiu,
Trrasur.r, II. V Clark.
KcSc-. O. S. llanc,
Fin. fic., K- 8.:Vriaht.
liOLMtS LODGE NO. 101
KNKJttTS Of PVTIHAS ;
Meets every l'ridav nixht at
7:30 o'clock In I.' O.O. V
Hall. Visitors always wel
A. W. FICKRI..C. C.
DORIC DODGE NO. 132
A. r. and A. M,
on first Wednesdays of
each month iu Bickuer's
Hall, Visitors welcome.
rmw Msia m sau roiuaf , on,