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THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW
A. W. MARKLE -
Published Every Friday
At 117 West Burlington Btroot,
Tub Rkvikw la entered at post office
In Saint Johns, Oregon, us mall matter
of the second class unacr me aci oi (.on
gtttt of March 3, 1879.
Subscription prloa $1.00 per year
A decided weakness of the Pa
cific northwest is its lack
manufacturing enterprise. Its
productive resources in other
lines arc being too larcely ex
nended in eastern centers for
the purchase of commodities
that could bo just as well produc
ed at home. Wo depend upon
the factories and the labor of
far distant cities to provide ua
th intra we murht just .as we
provide for ourselves. Oppor
tunities for investment in in
dustrinl lines are beinir newlect
cd while our money Roes to keep
nhve the fires in eastern mills
Our workmen lack employment
while wo arc supporting the
payrolls in cities so far away we
Bcarcely know of thnm. Here is
a fertile field for the activities
of commercial bodies and ind
viduuls interested in the deve
onment of the west. It is Bafc
to say that there are openings
here for not less than a half
thousand new industries. Not
million dollar concerns, subs
dized with issues of stocks and
bonds or Inriro donations to bur
dn the communities, but sma
industries where opportunities
for dove onment are irrcat.
We should create an industria
atmosphere. Wo should be lib
oral in spirit toward capita
seeking investment, throiiRl
minimizing tho retarding inllu
ence of legislation and anlago
niatic requirement!. Which made
manufacturing operations difli
cult. Tho nearer production
and consumption aro brought to
gother tho greater iienciit wil
accrue to each, Husiness, cspe
chilly largo business, should, of
courso, bo under proper super
vision. business recognizes
this, and desires it. but super
vision should not bo carried to a
point where it is too burdensome
to permit proiitaulo return.
tho small towns of tho north
west, equally with thoso in tho
cities, can profitably turn thei
attention toward securing am
promoting industrial enterprises,
I'ny rolls aro needed. 'Iho pay
roll district is tho prosperous
district. Tho tin bucket brigade
is a great promoter of prosper
oils communities. Tho north
west needs a larger tin bucket
brigade Frco I'rcss, Cheney
A doctor, commenting on the
hcalthfulncHs of kissing, staler
that, though many hoalth reasons
have been given why one shoulc
not indulge in a kiss, little has
been heard on tho other side,
"Tho main health reason," ho
said "is that it acts like magic
in soothing down irritable
nerves. Take, for instance, if,
on arriving home, you find your
wifo's tempor rather high.
prompt and affectionate kiss wil
dispel it, and at tho same time
save you from a norvo racking
Mrs. Caudlo lecture across tho
tea table. Again, one of tho
children is peevish. A mother's
kiss horo will more often than
not soothe down the child's
nerves. A kiss acts in some pe
culiar way on our nervous sys
tern, and it involuntarily re
sponds by making us chcorful.
A kiss, when installed in bed.
will send tho children off into
tho pleasant sloop, and if dreams
come thoy will bo pleasant rather
than horrihlo and gloomy. wx.
Tho man who wields n pick
and shovel looks with envy upon
tho leilow citizen who emerges
from tho ollico of n big commer
cial or financial institution, well
dressed and prosperous looking.
It is becauso he judges by out
ward appearanco that tho well
tailored man is happier than ho.
Tho man with tho shovel goes
homo with aching muscles, but
ho goes home to cat with an ap
petttu that all tho art of tho
world cannot give tho other,
and to enjoy sleep that renews
his strength as no hypnotic drug
could give tho other, Tho man
of irrcnt business responsibili
ties cannot lay them aside at tho
door of his ollico. His digestion
is impaired. His nervous sys
tern cannot bo let down from its
high tension in a moment. His
nights aro often more exhausting
than his days. Tho sum of hu
man life is not computed in
items of outward appearanco.
Tho resignation of Bryan from
tho Cabinet seems to be tho best
thing ho could have done under
the circumstances, since ho and
tho President could not agree.
Timo only will tell which was
right in their opinions., but
both are undoubtedly honest in
their views. Tho greatness of
Bryan is again demonstrated.
Many men less great would have
revised their views to conform
with those of the president
rather than lose tho high office
Mr, Bryan occupied. It is
confidently believed, however,
that tho policy pursued by Presi
dent Wilson will result in this
country remaining at peace,
Before a bank can get a charter and become a
National Bank it must SATISFY THE U.S. GOVERN
MENT at Washington that all of the provisions of the
Natiional Banking Laws have been complied with,
Tho name and place of residence of each Director must
also be given, all facts necessary to determine whether
they are lawfully entitled to commence the business of
banking must be SWORN UNDER OATH.
We rafor thoia who have not banked with US to thoio who hove.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank
We pay 4 per cent interest on Savings Accounts
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ST. JOHNS, OREGON
ORDINANCE NO. 665
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING
THE TIME AND MANNER
OF IMPROVING LEONARD
STREET FROM CHARLES
TON STREET TO CHICAGO
STREET IN THE CITY OF
ST. JOHNS. OREGON.
The City of St. Johns docs or
dain as follows:
The Council of tho City of St.
Johns, having ascertained tho
cost of improving Lconnrd street
f it... tir..i ..f.i.. i( - r r
irom mo Y0nt shiu line ui umir
leston street to tho east sido lino
of Chicago street in tho City of
St. JoluiB, as shown by- tho reso
lution of said city, dated on loth
day of May. 1915, and recorded
in tho ollico of tho recorder or
said city, and notico thereof hav
ing been published in tho bt.
Johns Review, n weekly neWspn-
por of general circulation, on the
21 and 28 days of May, as shown
by thoalrdavit of tho foreman of
said paper, which said atlidavit
is on file in the ollico of tho City
Recorder; and legal posting of
notices of such improvements,
as shown by tho affidavit of the
City Engineer on file in the
ollico of tho City Recorder, nnd
no remonstrance having been
filed and us provided by said res
olution, tho Engineer's prelimi
nary estimate of tho cost of said
improvement is $2239.05, but
shall bo more accurately deter
mined by snid Engineer.
Now. therefore, it is hereby
ordered that said street be im
proved and tho timo for tho com
pletion of said improvement is
hereby fixed at sixty days from
the last publication of notice of
proposals of said work, which
said proposals must ho filed with
tho Recorder of said city on or
before tho 29 th day of Juno at
eight o'clock, p. m., of said day.
That said street shall be im
proved as follows: By grading
samo to tho established grade by
cut and fill nnd by sidcwnlkimr
samo on either sido with G foot!
cement sidewalks nnd 12 foot
curbs ontiro iongth, together
with all necessary cement cross
walks and iron gutters, curb to
iiivo standard drain tilo every
fifty feet: hitch rings to bo nine
ed in curb as directed by tho
Tho City Recorder shal giv
notico by publication for not less
than three insertions in the bt
Johns Review, tho official news
paper, inviting proposals for
making said improvement.
bald improvement shall in all
respects bo done nnd completed
in conformity with tho provis
Ions of Ordinances Nos. 1G0.
SOI and 400, oxcept as otherwise
provided in this Urdinance: all
work to bo done under tho direc
tion and supervision of tho City
'that tho cost of said improve
ment shall bo assessed against
tho property in tho local im
provement district described in
said resolution and designated
as and declared to bo "Local Im
provement District No. 129.
Passed tho Council this bth day
of June, 1915.
Approved by tho Mayor this
9th day of June, 1915.
A. A. MUCK.
Attest: A. E. DUNSMORE,
Published in the St. Johns Re-
iew Juno 11, 1915.
Ladies' button Oxfords and
two-strap pumps, regular $3.50
for $2.50 ut Couch & Co.
Proach, the gospol of St, Jojuu),
Notice is hereby given that
apportionment of tho cost o
improvement of St. Johns Ave
nuo from tho East lino of Edison
street to tho westerly lino of
Seneca street, total cost is $5
924.30. has been apportionc
and is on file in tho ollico of the
undersigned, subject to cxnminn
Assessment district extends
back to tho center of lots.blocks
or tracts of land abutting on
raid street, as provided by tho
City Charter and resolutions
Remonstrances against said
apportionment may bo mado in
writing and filed with tho under
signed until 5 p. m. Juno 28th
A. E. DUNSMORE.
- Published in tho St. Johns Ro
view, on'tho 11th nnd 18th days
of June, 1915.
Love This Magazine
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drmniinf finer ork, tic, ihtl lighten
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The mint makes it nml under the
terms of the CONTINKNTAL
MORTGAGE COMPANY you
can secure it at 6 per cent for
any legal purpose ou approved
real estate. Terms easy, tell us
your wants ami we will co
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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 ami Chattel Mort
gages, batistnctlon of Mortgages,
Contracts for Sale of Realty, Bills
of Sale, Leases.
Back to the Farm
Would you like to own a choice
littlo farm in Yamhill County,
Oregon? If so, come in and seo
what I can do for you. I have a
few friends with choico littlo
farms who wish to oxchango for
City property, Dr. W, J. Gil
strap, First National Bank Build
ing, St. Johns, Oregon,
I WOMEN I
For One Week at these Prices to convince you that the Tea
is Worth the Price. . One Pound of this Tea makes 300 Cups. At
80c per Pound, the Cost is about One Cent for Four Cup's. You can
afford to Drink Good Tea.
. r . - a n v i a
K I J r
Notice of Hearing of Final Account
In tho Crunty Court of tho
State of Oregon for Multnomah
In tho Matter of tho Estate of
Jacob Luitcn, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that
tho undersigned Executor of tho
above entitled Estnte, has filed
his final account herein and that
tho Honorable T. J. Clccton,
Judge of the above nnmod Court,
has designated lucsday, Juno
15th, 1915, at the hour of 9:15 in
the forenoon of said date, in tho
Court room of tho'County Court
in tho Court Ilouso at Portland,
Multnomah County. Oregon, ns
tho timo nnd placo for hearing
objections to the snid iinal ac
count, and for tho settlement
thereof. Henry Luitcn.
Executor of tho Estnto of
Jacob Luitcn, deceased.
Perry C. Stroud, Attorney.
Dated at St. Johns, Oregon,
Tuesday. May 11th. 1U15.
Date of first publication,
day. May, 14th, 1915.
Date of last publication,
day. Juno 11th, 1915.
Charles Brcdeson estate.
Notico is hereby given that
the undersigned has been ap
pointed administratrix of tho es
tato of Charles Urcueson, ue
censed, by tho County Court of
the state of Oregon tor Multno
mah County, and has (nullified.
All persons having claims against
tno estate aro hereby notified to
present tho samo to mo or my
attorneys, Geeslin & Sever, 1030
Chamber of Commerco building,
Portland, Oregon, with proper
vouchers and duly verified with
in six months from date hereof.
Dated and first published May
7, 1915. Virginia Bredeson,
Geeslin & Sovor, Attorneys.
Last publication, Juno 4, 1915.
Good Secoud, Growth Fir.
Dry and in good condition.
Ten Cord or morels. 25
Five Cord .2.35
Single Cord - 2.40 "
On the Ground
This wood is on the Gatton Tract
iu North St, Johns and was cut by
the unemployed last winter.
Parties desiring this wood are
irected to cotuuuicate with
Chief of Police.
No. 186 I. O. O. r
ST. JOHNS, OKCGON
UmU aach Monday avenlnjf la Odd Fa4
lows ball at 8:00. A cordial welcome to
all vUitine brother.
John J. Goodman, Noble Graud
A. M, Downey, Vice Graotl
John t)ttt Kec Sec.
KlUt Glcndealns. Via. Sec,
' iBtpi r hi 1
200 S. Jaraay Street
See us for (lie Choicest Cuts of
the Best Meats Obtainable.
OrtfV rl and Tamil? Trada SJkiU4.
T. P. WARD. Proprietor.
HOLMES LODCC NO. 101
uNir.ms nr iivihias
Mcct ever v l'rlduv niulit nt
7:jo o'clock In mt-KNUR
J i t 1 1 i .r . f . 1
II. C. l'INCH.C. C.
THAT MAN REDERER
Does lhiilding, Remodeling,
Cabinet Work, Painting and
Papering, Signs. General Re
pairing nnd Saw Piling nt the
Variety Work Shop
J. H. REDERER, Mgr.
114 E. Burlington Street
I.tavc woril at llonham K Ciirrlcr'f, IMione
Col, 31 i or St. John, llarUwaio Co., 1'liouc
G. W. OVERSTREET
Plumbing and Gas
Job work promptly attended to,
109 Burr Street St, Johns, Oregon
We buy or sell St. Johns Property
ftlCKININUY it UAVlb
List your property with us if you
desire to sell quickly
202 N. Jersey St, St. Johns
J. R. WEIMER
Transfer and Storage
Wa daliver your eoodi to and from
ton, Portland and Suburban Lxprait
uo., city oocK ana au pointa accaiaibia
by wagon. Plane mnd Itruilur mavlaf
107 S Jersey Street
Call up Columbia 92
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.
In order to Inturo a chanao of aa"-
vertlaement the copy for aueh change
anouid reacn tnia office not later uian
Wednesday, at 3 o'clock p. m. Please
remember this and eave the printed
here is "dead easy." You could shut your
eyes, pick out at random and not go wrong.
Everything in the store is so correct as to
stvle: so excellent in nualitv: so reasonable
in pHce;,.too, as ybu wll rfealize. when you
n... t rin1nn, ft.K lnik?WTc" unit cfntid 1 tl
come to select
; SPECIALS ,
Men's, 4.59 Oxfords tit .......... .$1.75
" 4.50 High Shoes at ...... 1.75
Ladies' 3.50 Oxfords at 1.98
Officers of (he City of St. Johns, Oregon
Majrorr-A. A. Muck
Ktcotder A. It. nuntmore
Trcaiutcr.Mra. J, M.HIiaw
Attorney-It. C. (leettln
Itngltieer J, (. llutKtti
City Health (ffir-lr, I., it Otavea
Oli (c I ol Police John I'ott
Day 1'ollce Itttity Muck.
Night lMIIcc O. V. Nortne, J. a. Jonei.
COUNCUMIN AT UIIGC
a. C. Cook, 1. 11. Martin
J. B. Downey
COUNCILMCN rillST WARD
K.'Ofaden, D. Tallman
COUNCIIMCN SECOND WARD
1I,"V. llonham O. L, Prrrlnc
Htr'rrtril(t DbckaH. C Cook, K. GtaJen.'
u.iaiunan. . . . ... . - .
I.lcente I). Tallman, I. 0, Martin, H. C
Water ami I.lbt K.ntatleu, J.J1, Maitln,
li, w, nounain.
I'liiance I. II, Martin, II. W. Tlonliani.H.
Health and rotlceJ. 8. Downey, K.
Gradcn. O. I.. I'ertlne.
Liquor I,lcene -II. W, llonham, J. H.
Downey, O. L. l'errinc.
UutUinga anil Grounds Q. t rrrlne, D.
Tanman, j. . iKjwney.
JOSEPH McCNESNEY, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Day A Nlrht Office In UcChany blk,
Ore r on.
THAD, T. PARKER
ATTORNP.Y AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
Rooms 7 and 8
Holbrook BuildinR ST. JOHNS
DR. J. VINTON SCOTT
Office Hours 9-12 to 1:30-7
Office Photic Columbia i4o
Kcstdent I'hone Columbia 274
,j, i,i i i
DR. RAMBO .
Phone Columbia 61
First National Dank buildinc.
ST. JOHNS. ORCCON,
0. J. GATZAIYER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ST. JOHNS . . OREGON
PERRY C. STROUD
Firat National Bank Building
ST. JOHNS . . . OREGON
L. 0. GRAVES, ,M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office rhonc Columbia 10
Residence Phone Columbia 4
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H. HENDERSON, Manager
402 N. Jaraay Street
Abstracts of Title Prepared
Phone Columbia 255
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Wednesday of each month
in Bickner's Hall. Visi.
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A. W. Davit. Secretary.
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