St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current, February 12, 1915, Image 3

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    IT'S GO CART TIME
Spring days are the real Go Cart days.
The little ones enjoy the outdoors in Go
Carts. We have a very large selection of
Go Carts, Sidewalk Sulkies and Oriole Bas
kets. Here are a few:
-. oidewnlk Sulkie with Hood, Padded Scat nnd Hack Col-
lnpsible, ONLY
- Collapsible Sidewulk Sulkie with
Uack and Seat Padded, ONLY
Sidewalk Sulkie with Wood Scat,
Wicket Oreole Basket lined
with heather Cloth Pad
ded Seat, ONLY. $9.50
". Oreole Basket Lined with
Corduroy, Verv Service
able, ONLY ". 11.75
"Kxtrn fine ( Woven Oreole
Basket, Lined aud Pad-
u' uin. u.au
nlll V if rn
Ormandy Bros.
FURNITURE
Arc You Taking Advantage of Our
Saturday and Mon. Specials
Another Bjg 4
Reg. $1.25 $ .98
nv IT C No. 8 Guaranteed Cast f) Pfl
Reg. 3.50 &ss? Z.B3
O Cn No. 8 Solid 14 Oi All O 7C
Reg. o.ougss... Lid
Rpir 1fln CrePe Toi,et
llCg. I UU Paper, Spec. Oh
Wcgivc S. & H.
Stamps, and on
Double Stamps.
ST. JOHNS HARDWARE CO.
THAT GOOD COAL
KNOWN AS
HIAWATHA COAL
The Coal that will not Slack, high
In Fuel Value and the best prepared.
The hard Utah I'uel without a fault.
A,SO
MONARCH COAL
A Clean, Bootless Coal, with less
Ashei than other Coals, because it'
all Coal, uo Slate, no Clinkers.
'Is guaranteed to give you more
heat lor a dollar than any similar
coal at equal price.
$6.50 pe r Ton
1SDU1SPSJ2N mmr co.
Leave Orders at Water Company Office
ST. JOHNS, OREGON
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Fresh Fruils and Veg
etables in Season at
ALEX. S. SCALES
GROCER
We Solicit and Deliver any
where in St. Johns.
Phone Col. 210 501 Fessenden St.
It you are thinking of making
a change INVESTIGATE.
For Exchange A well improv
ed farm, five acres; new house,
near car line of Vancouver. Ad
drees 1121 South Gresham.street,
St. John, for further information.
1
$5.50
Hood, Hack Reclines,
.8.75
and Reversible Hack, ONLY 1.75
irTTCiu.,!
CASH OR CREDIT
Green Trading
Wednesday give
Aimed for Public Good
Editor Review: I think the
censor business ia aimed for the
good of the community. If it
needs amending, let it bo amend
ed, but there sure is need of bet
ter training for young people
than the novel reading gives
them. I would strike a blow at
that; I would like to see them
used for kindling fires before
they are read. I don't think
there ought to be one in the Li
brary or anywhere else for sale
or to loan. Of course they are
acted out in the shows and made
more public, but 1 think the de
tails are as vivid to the mind
and memory after reading one
of those love and murder stories
as if you saw it. You could
follow it out just as well. It
doesn't look to mo that there
need be any argument against
the example being for good
rather than evil. Besides the
influence in an immoral or crim
inal way, they have a tendency
to lead one to excess. So you
get in the habit of reading
i them and have no relish for
, sound reading of any value. I
think there should be a law to
prevent the publication of such
i stories, whether in a paper,
magazine or anywhere else. I
am for the community's good.
1 Olive J. Malcom, 917 N. Jersey
j street, St. Johns, Oregon.
i Lhave a friend who owns 26
acres of the very choicest farm
ing land, one and a half miles
from Sheridan, Oregon, with im
provements and unencumbered.
He wishes to sell and take small
house and lot in St. Johns as
part payment. Will take balance
on long time payments with low
rate of interest. Reasons, ad
vanced age. Dr. W J. Gilstrap,
First National Bank Building,
St. Johns, Oregon.
SB
Local News.
SAN-TOX.
Send in your news Hems.
City Attorney Parker made a
business trip to Raymond today.
The subject for the Christian
Science lecture Sunday will be:
Soul.
Joseph Stcarn is having a
modest residence erected on Os
wego street.
Edcar A. Murray is building a
handsome dwelling on His lot on
East Richmond street.
Registration books are now
open for the city primary, which
will be held March Oth.
The winter is almost over and
no snow has yet made its ap
pcarancc in St. Johns.
Lewis Caldwell, the expert
tonsorial artist, was oil duty a
day or so this week, nursing an
attack of rheumatism.
The Women of Woodcraft will
give a dance in the skating rink
this. Friday, evening. That it
will be a most joyous affair is a
matter of course.
City Recorder A. E. Dunsmore
has filed his nomination papers
for re-election. Attorney T. T.
Parker also announces that he
will be a candidate for re-elec
tion.
All owners of chickens are
hereby warned to keep them
from trespassing upon the prop
erty of others, or be liable to
suffer the penalty prescribed by
ordinance. John Poff, Chief of
Police.
It is said that there arc be
tween 2000 and 3000 empty
dwellings in the city of Portland,
and of course the balance of the
population would just naturally
fall over themolvcs in removing
to St. Johns after consolidation
has taken place.
Rose Temple No. 43 Pythian
Sisters will give a G00 party in
Bickner's Hall on Thursday
evening Feb. 18th. All who
enjoy the game can spend a
nlofiH.'inr. nvnnftur hv nttondincr.
It is not too Into to compete for
the grand Prize at the end of
the series of parties.
A. W. Davis has been circula
ting petitions for placing on the
ballots at the April election the
proposition of merging St. Johns
with Portland. Any one desiring
to sign this petition may do so
at McKinncy nnd Davis' Real
Estate olllce.
The Bachelor Club announces a
dancing party in the St. Johns
rink Friday evening, February
10th. This will be tho first
dance to be given by the Bache
lor club for somo time, and no
doubt it will bo well attended by
those fortunate enough to secure
invitntions.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Osborn of
709 E. Allegheny street, were
very pleasantly surprised Thurs
day evening, Feb. 4th. when a
number of their friends walked
in. With music, nnd interesting
stories, tho evening was very
much enjoyed by all. A dainty
luncheon was served. Those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. E.
Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Hoirnn.Mr.
nnd Mrs. Nelson, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Soule, Mr. and Mrs. Fnber.
The numerous friends of R.
M. Morrow were delighted to
see him upon tho streets the
past week, nfter his terrible ex
perience of being injured by a
Hying piece of emery wheel at
the Peninsula Iron Works, where
ho was foreman, recently. Ho
hns lost one eye, but otherwise
is looking first class. He is con
soled with the thought that his
injuries could have been much
worse.
Georgia Rich Lydick was de
lightfully surprised at the homo
of Mrs. Glawe, 410 Charleston
street, last Friday evening. She
was urgently summoned to the
Glawe residence, and on reach
ing there found all her pupils
who took part in the Old Time
Melody recital given by them in
the Baptist church recently. She
was met at the door by a pupil
attired in George Washington
style, and found the other pupils
attired in old fashioned costumes
also. Tho house waa tastily and
beautifully decorated in gold and
green for the occasion. Games
and elegant refreshments made
the evening a most enjoyable
one to all.
Mrs. C Jt. r.hntvuot 910
North Swenson street, St. Johns,
entertained at her homo last
week, Mrs. Nellie M. Stevens,
Principal ot the North School,
also Miss Flo. MoNivon nf th
same school, Mrs. J. M. Shaw,
Sec. of the Baptist church. Mrs.
&ua KiiKenny. aupt. of Junior
denartment of tfm FVnntrolinl
S. School, Mrs. T. J. Monahan,
supt. ot the East St. Johns
Sunday School, Miss Ethel Coupe
and Mrs. Rasmussen. Those who
were there speak very highly of
tne atiair ana surely praise the
culinary talent of the hostess as
well as the tasteful and unique
way it was served. After some
time spent in social converse the
guests took their departure feel
ing that they were specially fa
vored by being present. One
who was there.
Picture framing done at Pot timid
prices r 11. Is Clark's, the ftttnl
ttire man. Adv.
Finest line of chocolates in the
city. Lowney'a our specialty.
The St, Johns Pharmacy.
L Regular business meeting W.
C. T. U. will he new at the Li
brary, Monday, 15th, at 2:110.
Private lessons in dancing
from 8 to 10 every Monday oven
ing in Engle Hall- S. G. Wright.
"Watches" made over into
"Time-pieces" at reasonable
rates at Rogers , 309 N. Jersey
street
Mrs. E. S. Wright and young
daughter of Cook, Wash., are
guests at the home of Mrs. A.
W. Markle.
If you believe in taxation
without renresentation. be sure
to vote for consolidation, and you
will get it good and plenty.
All the latest dance Records.
Hesitations, Fox Trots, One
Steps, etc., at the St. Johns
Pharmacy, Urnphophone Deal
ers.
II. W. Smith and family, old
pioneers of St. Johns, left the
first of tho week for Bachelor Is
land, where they will take up
farming, at which Henry is an
adept.
Auto for hire by day. hour or
trip, at very reasonable rates.
Good opportunity for parties of
four or less to make a trip into
the country at a low price.- H.
M. Waldrof.009 Fessenden street.
Phono Columbia 206.
Eggs for Hatching, 50 cents
for 15 Good strong vigorous
stock, mated up for egg produc
tion. I have one 50 egg size
Cycle Hatcher with brooder at
tachment. Worth $8.00. Will
take $5.00. S. W. Rogers.
At the courteous invitation of
the St. Johns Christian church
the Rev. Charles M. Smith of
the St. Clement church will re
ply to the eight specific state
ments of Rev. G. K. Berry to
morrow. Saturday, evening at 8
o'clock In the Christian church.
Congregational church Sun
day School at 10 a. m. : preach
ing at 11 by the pastor. Rev. D.
T. Thomas, subject: "Nothing
But Leaves." Christian Endenv-
or at 0:30 p. m. At 7:30 p. m.
Mr. James Palmer of the Tort-
and Y. M. C. A. will speak.
Mary Elizabeth Harnoy de
lightfully entertained eighteen
of her little girl friends with a
Valentino party on instl'riday
afternoon. the occasion being her
ninth birthday. A number of
games wore plnyed and nico re
freshments served. When dark
ness began to approach the little
guests departed, wishing Mary
ninny happy returns of the dny.
Wo wish to thank all kind
friends nnd neighbors who were
so kind to us during the long
sickness and death of our belov
ed wife and mother, and espe-
c a y do wo thank Rev. J. R.
Johnson nnd tho choir, and for
tho many beautiful flowers.
Their loving kindness will al
ways bo remembered and cher
ished in our broken hearts,- W.
A. Phillips and and family.
The Sunset Athletic Club de
feated tho St. Johns Volunteer
Fire department team in a game
of basket ball in tho skating
rink last Saturday night by a
score of 13 to 23. The locals
showed lack of practice, but the
team is composed of some of the
best players in tho city, and
with a little nfore practice will
bo able to wrest victory from
most any amateur club. A "jit
ney" dance followed tho game,
which was highly enjoyed. The
tiro department will play tho
James John High basket ball
team tomorrow evening in tho
rink, and it promises to be a
most exciting contest.
A plan which might profitably
bo followed in all parts of the
Northwest has been adopted by
tho counties included in the Wil-
amette Valley Exposition asso
ciation, by which large sign
boards will bo erected, along the
no of the railroads felling pas
sengers on the trains just where
they are at any time, in what
county and the distance to the
state capital and also to the near
est important town. As these
signs will be uniform in sizo and
attractive in appearance, it is
expected they will be of great
interest to travelers.
The St. Johns Commercial
Club held its regular monthly
meeting in its club rooms in the
Holbrook building on Philadel
phia street Wednesday evening.
The matter of better car service
was taken up and a committee
consisting of A. E. Dunsmore,
J. F. Gillmore and P. H. Edlef-
sen was appointed to interview
the officials of the Portland Rail
way, Light & Power Company
relative to securing Ten minute
service and single car for St.
Johns. After the business of
the club had been completed,
dancing took place in the Eagle
Hall by members and their
and wives and sweethearts.
Sneed's orchestra furnished de-
ightful music for the occasion,
and 'the dance was greatly en
joyed by all in attendance. The
members who did not dance en
joyed themselves in pool and
Billiard playing.
See Dr. W. J. Gtlrtrnp fur
correctly fitted glnnrunt.
For Sale-Rig Invalid's whool
chair. Call 917 North Jorsoy
street, St, Johns.
For Sale-Range In first cls
condition, with hot water coil.
See Roy Wilcox nlwut iL
Found- A IiuIv'm iwnitniit in
St. Johns.- Heitkctnpor's Cigar
bnctory, 151 Porlor street. Main
2263.
For Sale 1 acre. C room house.
lights, toilet nnd 8 bearing fruit
trees, imptoved street. Fine
place for chirkons. Only $1350
if taken soon. Terms. Col. 107.
The Royal Neighbors of Amer
ica sewing club met at Mrs. An
na Moore's last Thursday after
noon Feb. 4th. A most enjoya
ble afternoon was spent. The
refreshments were lovely and
everybody reports a good time.
The next Royal Neighbors of
America sewing club will meci
at Mrs. Nellie Rice's at the end
of Allegheny street. All Royal
Neighbors are invited. I hose
present were Mesdames Maud
Reed, Amy Corbett, Soules, Nol
le Rice, George, Helena Nelson,
Ida Dickie. Grace Campbell.
Caldwell, Elsie Garlick, nnd
Mrs. Knags of Portland.
The undersigned hereby gives
notice that they havu applied to
the Secretary of State for regis
tration of the following describ
ed Brand or Trade Mark: Tho
name of the brand or trade mark
is "Riclan." The design con
sists of a picture of a mail sack
or pouch, to bo printed in brown,
upon which appears the word
"Riclan," fnc simile of which
design has been filed in the office
of tho Secretary of State at Sa
lem, Oregon. Thi3 brand is to
be used on Backs containing
flour manufactured or sold by
the undersigned. The Jobcs
Milling Co., St. Johns, Oregon.
Assuming that in the near
futuro the present fertile farms
of Western Oregon will be in
urgent need of fertilizing ma-
tenals.State Engineer Lewis has
recommended that' some action
bo taken to make use of the
great kelp beds along the Ore
gon coast in order to save the
enormous amount of potash
which is annually going to
waste. He states that it is
comparatively easy to procure
supplies of nitrates and phos
phates, but the principal source
of potash is now closed by the
war. It is believed tho kelp
beds can be made to produce
enough potash for present nnd
futuro needs nnd may also open
up a now and profitable indus
try.
Thero never hns been a timo
in tho history of the state when
tho farmers have had such an
opportunity to mnko money by
raising livestock for meat pur
poses as at present. With an
nggregato shortage of over 3,
000,000 meat animals approxi
mately 800,000,00 pounds, in the
leading pneking centers of the
United States, it is certain that
for somo years to coma there
will not only be an unlimited
demand for meat animals, but it
is also certain that prices will
range high and it is not impos
sible that all previous records
may be broken. It is a fact
that nearly all tho big cattle
ranges of the state have been
broken up nnd that in only a
few locations is it possible to
find pasturage for largo herds,
but it is also a fact that the aver
age farm could bo mado to pro
duce a larger number of animals
than is is now doing. With the
big packers and brokers willing,.
and anxious, to cooperate with
reliable farmers in the state in
stocking farms and ranches, it
would appear that any farmer
who fails to take advantage of
his opportunities in this direc
tion is making a big mistake.
Tho population of the entire
Northwest is increasing at a
ranid rate, tho peoplo must be
supplied with meat, and if Ore
gon ranches cannot meet the
demand it will certainly be met
by other states, a large amount
of money will bo sent away and
tho meat industry of tho stnto
damaged to just that extent.
Parent-Teachers Notes
The North School Parent
Teacher Association held their
regular meeting in tho North
School assembly room on Tues
day afternoon. The pupils of
Miss McNiven's room gave a
descriptive exercise entitled
"The Sun and the Wind." Mrs.
Lemon gave a reading and Miss
Aldrich a piano solo. Tho ques
tion box was opened and several
important questions were dis
cussed. The next meeting will
be a joint meeting of the North
and Central and East school cir
cles, to be held in tho James
John High school auditorium on
the evening of Ieb. 19th.
Dean W. M. Proctor of the Pa
cific University will deliver an
illustrated lecture on "Treat
ment of Delinquent and Depend
ent Children." Mrs. E. E. Coo-
vert will have charge of tho mu
sical program.
Fashionable dressmaking, al
teration and remodeling: rea
sonable prices. Call 413 East
Charleston street.
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SAIMiTV DEPOSIT
Pimm Autzhn,
President
John N. Em.itt'SHN,
Cashier
CITIZENS OF ST. JOHNS
Should remember that all must reg
ister again in order to vote this
Spring at the primary and general
city election. The books are open
now at the city hall. Don't put it
off until the last minute. The reg
istration books for the primary elec
tion closes the last day of the pres
ent month, so register now while
you think of it. Remember, last
year's registration does not entitle
you to vote this year.
There is probability that a vote may be taken
on the purchase of the local water plant, so every
citizen in St. Johns eligible to vote should register,
and not impose on his friends by having to be sworn
in on election day. DO IT NOW. .
ORDINANCE NO. 640.
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING
THE TIME AND MANNER
OF IMPROVING TYLER
STREET FROM DAWSON
STREET TO FESSENDEN
STREET IN THE CITY OF
ST. JOHNS. OREGON.
Tho City of St. Johns does or
dain as follows:
The Council or tho City of St.
Johns, lyiving ascertained tho
cost of improving Tyler street
from tho North side line of Daw
son street to the South side line
of Fessenden street in tho City
of St. Johns, ns Bhown by tho
resolution of the Council of said
city, dated on tho 29th day of
December, 1910, and recorded in
the office of tho Recorder of said
city, and notjeo thereof having
been published in the St. Johns
Review, a weokly newspaper of
general circulation, on tho 1st
and 8th days of January, as
shown by the affidavit of tho
foreman of said paper, which
said affidavit is on iilo in the
ofiico of tho City Recorder; nnd
logal posting of noticos of such
improvements, as shown by the
affidavit of the City Engineer
on filo in tho olllce of tho City
Reicorder, nnd no suihclent re
monstrance having been filed.
and as provided by said resolu
tion, the Engineer's prelimina
ry estimato of tho cost of said
improvement is SG009.(i2, but
shall bo moro accurately deter
mined by said Engineer.
Now. therefore, it is hereby
ordered that said street be im
proved and tho time for tho
completion of said improvement
is hereby hxed at sixty days
from tho last publication of no
tice of proposal of said work,
which said proposals must bo
filed with tho Recorder of said
city on or before the 2nd day of
March at eight o'clock, p. m.
of said day.
That said street shall be im
proved as follows: By grading
rnimn to the established errado hv
Petit and fill and by sidewalking
on either side with b foot cement
sidewalks 15 foot curbs entire
length, together with all neces
sary cement cross walks and
iron gutters, curb to have stand
ard drain tile every fifty feet;
hitch rings to be placed in curb
as directed by tho City Engineer,
The City Recorder shall give
notice by publication for not less
than threo insertions in tho St.
Johns Review, the official news
paper, inviting proposals for
ACCOUNT
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with this bunk a d.cMrd
help not alette h the com
i'uel of your btfNMrMi bttt
in your Ums4h Mamting g
ns well. Why not open o
one ami team. jjj
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VAULTS POU RUNT
V. C. Kn.ut, 8
Vice President
J!
s. L. Down, ;
Assistnni unsiiicr
making said improvement.
Said improvement shall in all
respects be done and completed
in conformity with the provis
ions of Ordinances Nos. 1G0.
1102 nnd I00, except as otherwise
provided in this Urdinance; all
work to bo done under the di
rection and supervision of the
Lity Engineer.
That the cost of said improve
ment shall be assessed against
the property in tho local im
provement district described in
said resolution and designated
as and declared to bo "Local Im
provement District No. 11(5."
Passed by the Council this Oth
day of February 191 fi.
Approved by tho Mayor this
10th day of February 1915.
A. W. VINCENT,
Mayor.
Attest: A. E. DUNSMORE.
Recorder.
Published in the St. Johns Re
view February 12, 1915.
First Baptist Church
You will find that it will re
pay you to attend the sorvicos
of some church. We will bo
glad to see you ataijy of our ser
vices. Sunday School at 10 a.
m. Classes for all ages. Good
music and graded lossons. You
are invited. Preaching at 11 a.
m. Subject "Tho Broad Mind
and tliQ Narrow Way." Young
1'eoplo's Meeting at u:'M p. m.
Preaching at 7:510. "The Great
Heart" illustrated from the Life
of Lincoln. Wednesday evening
at 8 o'clock the Bible Study Class
will study the Book of Galatians.
Twenty-two new members wcro
taken into tho church last Sun
day morning.- E. P. Borden.
NOTICE OF
Proposed Assessment
Notice is hereby given that apportion
ment of the cost of improvement of
Stanton! street, from the east line oflhi
chanan street to the west line of lltirr
street, total cost of which is 740 94
has been apportioned and is oil file in the
oflicl- of the undersigned, subject to ex
amination. Assessment district extends hue I: to
the center of lots, blocks or tracts of
land abutting on said street as provided
by the city charter and resolutions.
Remonstrance against said apportion
incut may be made in writing and filed
with the undersigned until 5 o'clock
V. M. March 1st., 1015.
A, K. DUNSMORH,
Recorder.
Published in the St. Johns Review
February 12 and 19. 1915.
Wanted to ExchangeForty
acres of good land for St. Johns
property. Call at Central Hotel.