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pUu'i ii Kit- i wit in
rootn . ., (M.v
und ii '
uijr . 'ii
tii. y ;
i, plants, bulbs,
bc who stand
"The love of dirt ia among
the earliest of passions, ns it is
the , latest. Mud pies gratify
one' of our first and best in
stincts. Fondness for the
ground comes back to a man af
ter he has run the round of
pleusurcs and business, eaten
dirt and sown wild oats, drifted
about the world and taken the
wind of all its moods. The love
of digging in the ground is as
sure to come back to him as he
is sure, at last, to go under the
ground and stay there. To own
a bit of ground, to scratch it
with a hoe, to plant seeds, and
watch their renewal of life- this
tho commonest delight of the
Europe where blood is pouring
from the veins of the deluded
workers, and here in our own
country where unemployment is
driving so many to crime and
early graves, after 19 hundred
years of divine interpretations,
through those institutions who
have at all times remained with
the powers that be and
Notice of Sheriff Sale
In llic Circuit Court of the Stntc of
Oregon for Multnomah County.
Chnrlcs Stritttoii. Plaintiff, vs. A. A.
Muck, Ktnily A. Muck, l'rcd Miller
Hrcwluj; Cotnpniiy, n corporation, IMtgcr
mewing uompatiy, w. M. c suva mm
J. W. I'nrrell, Defendants.
Ilv t'ff-ttln i1 m, nvKfinllnii ItifltrfiliMlf
) I - J ...... v- u . .... kVI.MIlJll J" Jf)'' "
against order, decree and order of sale issued
the poor mass. But from below out f lllc n0ve entitled Court In the
nliVht is risint? that some dav W !-"ulJ" cn.U!e to me directed ana
mil Vlcn tn 5fa fnllnooa nnrl -naf. . nlwl . , " 01 FeBnwry,
if ill i iti v w s vu Ataniivnwu i r uu v
its beams into every nook and
corner thereby eliminating all
ignorance from the face of tho
earth, and giving birth to a new
democracy. With this interpre
tation all who want to live may
by doing their share of the
work, but nono will bo allowed
to live and loaf in the sweat of
others brows.-G. L. Porrine.
upon n jutlKiiicut -tendered and cnlerci
it tJourl on tlte Dili day of I'cbruary,
m of garden
10 m.moi and
person h who
will be listed
at tiie libra
II bo revised
not. of coarse,
t will simply
7 house of in
nded that an
to be made in
Hi an nctua
eh he m -'i
ai will ho
wiing to -his
if cor liny
!0 l('Vt'l), of
(o 1 ho spifi
t hp pntmpt
ft. Now i;
u time for
r.v Ih'JIh. fox
rty :; '
'ic .'iittdf of
1 . :n i ty
mf t'olor for
s of rhubarb
alter if they
iv 1 1 iw:w
ul l'"i t liit'h
I; If or
1 to tics troy
t'ttt r if you
ir ttintti bu
if of worth,
ill miikii n
lueU 1 h will
mer for thf
aho.l by the
1 . ne or many
j. 6i2- or
i. urd. Aiid
il 'i" teh'ihi'.'io
n tip 1
So ot: ' , '
!l ' iu.
race, the most satistactory tiling
a man can do. Lot us celebrate
the soil. I loo while it is spring,
and enjoy the best anticipations.
It is not much matter if things
do not turn out well."
The library study club meets
on Monday evening at 7:30.
Any one interostcd is invited to
There are some types of arch
itecture on exhibit in the libra
rv thin wtnk which those con
templating building homes of of April, 1910, at the general
thnirnwn could do Worst! than city election to bo hold in the
to Mttiilv. Nothlnir could bo finer City of St. Johns, County of
in the way of exnttisitn adapta- Multnomah, btato of Oregon,
"NOTICE JS HEREBY GIV
EN that on Monday tho 5th day
(ion of the habitation to its sur
roundings that tho dainty lich
en covered nest of the humming
bird. Downy comfort within
nnd qtiiet beauty without what
more should a homo bo? Then
there is the basket home of the
vireo, cleverly swung in tho
crotch of a bough. The scraps
of newspaper always found wo
ven into the nest of this bird
has led some joker to dub it the
"politician." Very dilierent
btu of equal good taste and
v-.nrV .lanship is the chipping
tiir1' rirst of rootlets lined
will; horsi' hair. The nests were
loaned by Ferris Heed. He
wifihfs it understood that they
wet'o not lukun until the owners
had no further use for them.
Not only u
. .rner a My
east o:hv a
time. It is
ne at on if
juy its fun
:r what you
t. it tukes
anion to an
oraor to ive
to run th vnijth.
o' u . .onily
1 1 u. or
i t i ipv
! ', :.t i nice?
- ii.u.-iiiois. Will
1 wiah wo )iad an
you want me
ynu unv more than 1 am
om? Ativ.' who later telUt
o h.hap our otfn
; :t iinv point
. lU-h no itat
To the Editor, and tho people
of St. Johns: llccunlly wo havo
been ffd to an intelligent discus
sion between two eminents ol
the cloth in regard to religious
uui'Htion with reference as to
which is right, the 1'rotestants
or Catholics. Which to any rea-
tonable 'being has proven at
present as in the piiHt that all
the ordinary layman is supposed
to do id to read and believu what
their supposed suncriors tell
them. Whore do tliey get their
authority? Is it not in tho in
terpretation or tho pioneers that
be with'ii their rospectivo or
ganisations? Which is proven
historically from tho past. Was
not Christ crucified because he
hired, by the delegated power
oi i come through me demands ol
he re I'gitni8 bodies of the time?
Was not Savernola put to death
y thf fanatical Calvinists he-
cnuse he dared, and they had
the power? Did not tho Homan
Catholics put Brunno to death
hecause he dared. And number-
ms others and just because they
had the jMiwer. How about the
tin tans with the r terr b e nor-
secutinnsof tho poor unfortunate
when they burned them to death?
whyf Hecnuso thoy had the
Those of you who arc readors
we trust you daro do your own
thinking. What so far has been
said here is not interpretation.
iut rather, history and facts.
Kor instance observe tho follow
ing from "Catholic belief." St.
Augubtine commenting on the
ondeinnation of Pelng inn sm.
he says" Councils havo been sub
mitted to the Apostolic see. Tho
cause is finished. Homo has
ipoken. lhe ease is ended."
hen again get this same rich
miff with tyrannical interpreta
tion of liberty.
"We Catholics stnrt out with
tho principle that Catholicism is
the only religious truth, and
h.if man is naturally Christian,
- .d i bound to be so in order to
o ! soul, and on those
rivi.L.vt.- and for those purposes
.'0 demand liberty whonover
.aid wherever it is denied us;
but we object with nil our litifht
that it should be a necessary
eonaequence or correlated obliga
tion to grant the attnio liberty to
thdae who oppose us. And if
we were to feel or act otherwise,
we should acknowledge oursel
ves illogical in our intimate con-
viction. . .Let not the decree of
Constantine bo invoked as an
example of that toleration which
grants liberty to error, for what
ever is permuted to error is a
violation of tho rights of tho
true religion. La Loctura Dom
inical (Madrid), nuoted in tho
Morning Star, "odicial Catholic
journal of the archdiocoso of
New Orleans and tho dioceso of
the following question will be
submitted to the electors of the
City of St. Johns. Oregon, pro
viding for the merger of the
City of St. Johns, Oregon, into
the City of Portland, Oregon,
to wit: "Shall tho City of St.
Johns surrender its charter and
bu merged into the City of Port
land?" And each elector of the
City of St. Johns is hereby in
vited to vote yes' or no' upon
said question. Said question
will be submitted upon a special
ballot called the "Merger Bal
lot" which shall be in substan
tially the following form to wit:
'Shall tho City of St. Johns,
Orogon, surrender its charter
and be merged into the City of
Portland. Oregon? (Tho elector
desiring to vote affirmatively on
the above question shall place
an X mark in the space before
the word 'yes'. If ho desires
1915, in favor of Charles Strattoit, Plain
tiff, utifl against A. A. Muck, l'.iuily A.
Muck, 1'red Millet Iticwuitf Company,
a corj oration, l'iti;tr Uremic Coniiuj .
W. M. C. Silvatiud J. W. i'arrell, de
fcndauts.for the sum of &7.14. with in
terest on $336.00 of said sum at the rate
of 8 per cent per annum from the 7th
day of October, 1914, and interest on
$G'2.M of the above sum at the rute of
0 per cent per annum from the 7th day
of Ottobcr, 1914, and for the further Mtm
of $30.00 attorney's fees, with interest at
the rule of G per cent per Htinuui frout
the Tith day of I'ebruary, 191fi, and for
the further sum of $16.35 costs and ills
bursetncnls, nnd upon this writ, com.
mmulliif; tuc to make sale of the follow
iiiu described real property, to-witt
All of Lot Three (3), lilock Ulevcn
(11), .South Si. Jolnih, an Addition to
St. Johns, in Multnomah Count) , Orr
on, according to the duly recorded plat
Now, therefore, by vittfi- of said
execution, judgment order, decree
and order of sale and in com
pliauce with the commands of slid writ,
1 will.on Monday.the 30th day of Matrli
1915, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the
front dour of the County Court House
in Portland, Multnomah County, Orcg
on, sell at public unci hi (si bject to re
(icmpuoti), to rue nihilist ijunicriorcasii
lit hand, all the right, title and Interest
which the within mimed defendants (or
cutter ol tlletnl Itatl un lite Bill day ol
April. 1912, the date of the mortt'ai'c
executed by A. A. Muck and Kmily A.
Muck, herein foreclosed, or since thai
date In ami to the nNvo described
property or any part thereof, to satisfy
said execution, judgment order mid
decree, interest, costs and accruing
'f. M. IIURUIURT,
blieriir of Multnomah County. Oregon
Dated this 21th day of I'ebruary, 1015.
l'irsl itsttc I'ebruary 20th, 1915.
Last Issue March !2(Jth, 1915
Proposals lor Street Work
YOU ARE PLANNING WHAT YOU
LL WEAR FOR EASTER. We
are prepared to give you help
Our Spring line of Shoes for
Ladies, Aliesca nnd Children
hnve been selected with view
to supplying just jour wants.
The new Lace Boofs, Patents,
Kid and Gun Ac(ai includes the
We did not carry over half
dozen pairs of last seasons
pumps; ail we have are the new
The Alary Janes for MIssea
have become almost a staple
style. We can fit any one.
We have new things in hos
ery to match the Cloth Top
The assortment of Crepe Yard
age Goods is sufficient to satisfy
any one; many new filmy
weaves are shown ; the prices on
all this merchandise arc moder
ate, We Invite your inspection.
ONHAM & CURRIER
healed tironosals will be received at
the office of the recorder of the cltv of
.St. Johns until March 23d, ioi5, at 8:00
o'clock), in. for the improvement of I
.. ..... ... ....ti . 1
l ,ml n,.nft.,l . clw.ll . ,! I J ' oi. roin me iiurui line ui tuyen
i u"i iltKliHiiilji iiu nniiii mu.u . mi t,i in,, wni lliw ill IXarun I
v i. i ii .. I. " - I
tin a. iniirK in uio Hiutcu uuioru street, lit I n c manner provided uy
Our space in this paper has been used the past few
weeks in the interest of
me worn 'no'.
The polls shall bo open for
votimrupon said micstion at the
regular polling places and during
the regular hours established
for said uoneral city election to
bo held on said day.
Uy order of tho Council.
A. 13. DUNSMOKK,
Dated March 12, 1015.
Published in the St. Johns Re
view March 12 and 10, 101G.
In the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for Multiioiinih County.
J. A. koclce, Plaintiff, vs. Jessie
A. I.ockc, Defendant.
To Jessie A. I.ockc, Defendant:
In the name of the State of Orc
gon, you are hereby required to
appear and answer the complaint
filed ngnlnst you in the above en
titled Court and cause within six
weeks front the first publication of
this summons, to-wit: On or be
fore the 19th day of March, 1915,
ami if you fall to appear or answer,
for want thereof, the plaintiff will
apply to the coin t for the relief as
prayed for in this complaint, towit;
For 11 decree dissolving the bonds
of matrimony heretofore and now
existing between plaintiff and de
fendant, and for such other and
further relief us to the court may
This .summons is mude and pub
lislied pursuant to an order of the
Hon. Robert G. Morrow, presiding
Judge of the above Court, signed
and entered on the 17th duy of
GKKSIJN & SuVKR,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
1036 Chamber of Commerce.
Date of first publication March
19. 195: date of last publication
April 30, 1915
ordinance No, 013. stiblect to the provis
ions of the charter nnd ordinances of tlte
city of .St. Johns, and the estimate of the
city enuincer, on me.
the engineer's estimate Is 4037.86,
Illds mint be strictly in accordance with
printed blanks which will be furn-
it-hed on application at the ollice of the
tvcoider of the city of St. Johns. And
wild improvement must be completed on
or before 60 days from tlte date of the
la. I publication of Ibis notice.
No projiovils or bids will be considered
Hides accomixinlcd by u certified check
uiynoiu 10 tnc mayor 01 me city 01 ai
onus, cerniieii iiy n responsible nans.
or on amount cmml to ten per cent, of
the iiL'uri'nate propowl.
The right to reject any and nil bids is
Iiy ordrr of the city council.
A. It. DUNSMOKK,
Published In the St. Johns Review
.March 6, Vi, and 1!), l'Jlfi.
Notice is hereby given that the
Recorder of the City of St. Johns,
Oregon, will redeem on the First
Day of May, 1915, the following
outstanding improvement bonds:
Numbers 174 to 190 inclusive.
The face value with accrued inter-
est will be paid upon .presentation
at the 1-irst National Hunk, St,
Johns, Oregon, or the office of the
undersigned on the above date, the
said date being n .semi-annual in
terest paying period. From and
after said date the interest on said
bonds shall cense,
F. A. RICK,
Published in the St. Johns Re
view, Feb. 26th, March 5-12 and
These Tfouaera were placed in our
line because of the demand for them.
The policj of our Men's Toggery i to
place in stock the new things of mtrit
in quality and sizes that will met the
requirements of the Men of St. Johni.
Have you inquired for something
at our Men's Toggery that yeu did not
find there? Then nave you inquired
again? Business in the merchandise
line is built by the demand of the eora
munity. If you permit the large etorefl
to overshadow us and do not give us
the opportunity to dcnl with you, you
are not n patriot to your own hom
town. Lack of patronage of your
business district will decrease the r&lue
of your home just as sure as you own a
Our stock is complete with all
the new things men may desire for their
THE MEN'S TOGGERY
L. E. ROSE, Manager BONIIAM & CURRIER, Owners
JOSEPH McCMESNtY, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Dy A Night 0ffle In McCheinsj
O. J; GATZAIYER
ATTORNEY AT hAW
ST. JOHNS . . OREGON
107 S JreyStrat
uav 31. 1913.
Butler's Catechism, pane
fiivy may read tho Biblo "But
with dm' submission to tho in
terpretation and authoritv nf
the church." Some chanco for
ine poor believers. "Homo bna
spoken, l he enso is ended. '
I .1 t be too od bv thoso sun.
poeed divine interprotors. Wo
Uemand a new uitornrotntinn.
Out ut the tribulation of the poor
majacs who havo and still do
Hitter till the aliaiue and miser-
'H Huet a prevail at prosont in
RHEUM A TW
GIVEN QUICK RELIEF
Pain leaves almost
u if by migic when
you begin using "5
Drops," tho fumoujold
remedy for Kheuma
tism, Lumbago, Gout,
anil kiutlreil troubles.
It goes right to tho
spot, stop tho aches
and pains and makes
lifo worth livinff. Get
a bottlo of "fr-Drops"
today A booklet with
each bottlo gives full
directions for use.
Don't delay. Demand
"5-Drops." Don't ac
cept anything elso iu
nlaca of lL Anv tinier.
gilt can supply you. If you live too far
from a drug storo send Ouo Dollar to
tnvauson Rheumatic Curo Co., Newark.
Ohio, and a bottlo of "6-Drops" will bo
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.
In order to Insure a change of ad
vertisement the copy for such change
should reach this office not later than
Wednesday, at 3 o'clock p. ni. Please
remember this and aav th arlnttr
IP YOU WANT Baby chicks,
see A. Carl Nelson at Couch & Co,-
In the Matter of the Kstate
Christian C. Oihus, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that I,
Nettie Oihns, bave been by the
County Court of Multnomah Conn
ty, Oregon, appointed Adnthiis
tratrix of the Kstate of Christian
L, Oihus, Deceased, nnd have
qualified ns such. All persons
Having claim against the decedent
of his estate are hereby requested
to present tiie same to me, either
nt my residence, 107 S. Hayes
Street, St. Johns, Oregon, or at the
oince ot ieorge J. l'erkms, 1U7
Hoard of Trade Iiuuding. Portland,
Oregou, verified as by law required,
within six months from February
26, 1915, the date of the first pub
lication of this notice.
George J. Perkins,
Attorney for Administratrix.
Published in the St. Johns Re
view Feb. 26, March 5, 12, 19, 26,
Deafness Cannot Bo Cured
by local mllciu..i., ihry cannot rach
th Ulseaard turii..ii uf the tar. Tbi
only on way to curs ueafno. ami that la
iy cumiiiuiionai r.mMlea. umiihh
cuuti'il by nn Inrtam. J dominion ot the rau
coua llDlns o( ih Kuitachlan Tube. Wlieu
thl tube la InHam.a ou have a rumbilnc
omul or liup.i(rvi hearlns", and when It la
entirely cloard. lHafnia la the reault. and
unlraa the Inaammatlon can be taken out
and this tube r.tiured to Ita normal condi
tion, hearing will be datroyed forever: nine
eaea out or ten are caused or uaiarrn,
which la nothing but an Inflamed condltlou
of the mucuue aurfacee.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
caao ot Deafneta (caused by catarrh) that
cannot be cured by Halt's Catarrh Cure.
6nd for circulars, free.
P. J. CHUNEY A CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by nrusiilste, Ho.
Take liatt'a family fills for constipation.
THAD, T. PARKER
ATTOKNCY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
Rooms 7 and 8
Holbrook Building ST. JOHNS
J. VINTON SCOTT
Office Hours 9-12 to 1:30-7
Office ritone Columbia 140
Kesideut l'houe Columbia 274
DORIC LODGE NO. 132
A. F. and A. M.
Meets the first nud third
Wednesdayof each month
lit tuckiicr's Jlall, Vtst
Chav A. l'ry, W, M,
A, W. Davis, Secretary.
Phone Columbia 61
Ffeik National Baak bulUlnf.
L. E. GRAVES, Al. D.
Phslclan nnd Surgeon
Office Phone Columbia 10
Residence Phone Columbia 4
ST. JOHNS, OREGON
NoU the label on your papar.
No. 138 I. O. 0.
ST. JOHNS. ORtr.O.N
HmU each Mojtday ovor.h la Qid Fal
Iowa hall at 7 :.v. A conlial welcome to
all vUItim; brothers.
jonn j. t;oodman. Noble araud
A. M. Downtv, Vice Grand
John ejeta Rec. Sec.
Ktlta Glcndcntuf , Viu. 60c
H. V. Clatk.Trtav
First National Dank Building
ST. JOHNS . . . OREGON
PENINSULA TITLE ABSTRACT A REALTY CO.
M. HENDERSON, Mnar,ar
402 N. Jarsoy Street .
Abstracts of Title Prepared
Phone Columbia 255
205 S. Jersey Street
See us for (he Choicest Cnts tit
the Boat Meats Obtainable.
ro4 ana ramV Tntto 4WtasL
T. P. WARD, Pratxfaftw.
Call up Clumbia 92
REVIEW'S LEGAL BLANKS
The following list of legal, blanks
are kept for sale at this office nnd
others will be added as the demand
Warranty deeds, Quit Claim
Deeds, Realty and Chattel Mort
gages, batlstacttou ot Mortgages,
Contracts for Sale of Realty, Bills
of Sale, Leases.
HOLMES LODGE NO. 101
KNIGHTS Or PYTHIAS :
Meets ever Friday night at
7:30 o'clock in UlCKNKR
Hall. Visitors always wel
II. C. PINCH, C. C.
A. CARI,NT?ToSON. K. R. S-
Job work promptly attended to.
Phone Columbia 518
109 Burr Street
St. Johns, Orifort
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
j. r. warden
'Transfer and Storanc
W dsliver rear foods to and fran.
all pta of Portland, Vaacoaysr. Linn
ton. Portland and Sabarban Eiiinii
Os., city dock and all pelnta aeesslsls
Not tW Ueal oat your