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About St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1918)
Makes His Declaration For United States Senator
NT YOU NEED
The following is the declara
tion of D. C. Lewis, of St.
Johns, Republican candidate for
State Representative, which he
has forwarded to the Secretary
of the State:
The paramount issue, at this
time, is the war and how to win
it. Peace, with honor to our
country, and to this end every
energy of the people should he
bent, and every power of the
State exerted. Those who have
gone to the front, or are prepr
int: to do so, and those to follow,
until victory comes, must be
cared for, and every protection
possible thrown around them
and every right safeguarded and
guaranteed no sacrifice is too
Among other things let the
right of the ballot go with them
as an object lesson to the world
of the fairness of our institu
tions. Generous provisions
should be mude for their de
pendents, and in doing those
things let us not forget the old
er boys, now turned grey, who
fought our battles before.
As I now see the situation,
very little legislation is needed.
I would rather prevent the pas-
nana of a bad bill than stand
suonBor for new legislation of
an experimental character. If
experience and time have dem
onstrated that any of our laws
arc unworkable, clumsy, expun
jive or lacking in some essen
tial, such laws should be amend
ed or repealed.
In the past I have favored and
worked for legislation looking to
the extension of tho Stale's
commurco and the growth in
importance 01 roriiand as a
Port. Wo should have greater
ocean commerce and more rivet
transportation facilities, and
any fuir measure that will aii
in extending our ocean, or river.
or rail transportation facilities
or that will give us ships, and
aid in increasing tho impnrtnnci
of Portland as a Port, and trad
ing, jobbing and manufacturing
center, will receive my earnent
am for Portland
high seas. I also
schools, fair lawn,
R. N. Stanfield
ami Business Alan
A ninn who docs tilings.
Who 1ms accomplished some
thing. Who knows how to work ami
Who knows Oregon's needs, re
quirements nutl resent ccs.
Wlio lms the experience, knowl
edge mid business understanding.
Who, ns State I.egislntor for six
year.", litis tilrendy done ninth for
Whose republicanism Is utilities
tinned ami whose ability lias been
(I'll 1.1 mUrillwinriit ly HUlifltM Ciitnmlllrr
HUnltftil lir )
Judge George W. Staple-ton, can
didate for the Republican nomina
tion for Circuit Judge, Department
No. 1, to succeed himself.
Judge Staple-ton began the prac
tice of his profession at Goldcudalc,
Wash., in 188(5. In 1890 he mov
ed to Vancouver. Wash., and prac
ticed law until 1898. in which year
he moved to Portland where he has
been following his profession until
1017. when he was appointed to the
bench by Governor Withycombe,
left vacant by Judge Davis, who re
signed to enter the army Judge
Stapletoti has served as mayor of
Goldcudalc, Vancouver and Grcsh
am. His career ns a public officer
has been clean and above reproach.
Statements, envelopes, letter
heads and all other kinds of
commercial printing turned out
Ion short notice and in neat
'and tasty style at this olllce.
1 Do not attempt to get along
' with imprinted stationery,
.when you may have it furnish
ed and nicely printed at the
Review olllce for small cost.
ships on the
well eiuorceii, am
meat with as few
and few olllcials as possible.
'IIio.ho things are much desired
essentials to a well regulated
and happy community.
ino war nas revived and
stimulated some old inilimtrhm
and brought now ones to our
Statu No law should be pnwiud
that will cripple their output or
importance. Let us encourage
industries instead of hindering
Ihum; nut in all legislation con
cerning industries, the individ
uals who work in them are on-
titled to as much ooiisidcnttion
as tho Industries thcnim-lve.
for without intelligent and
lumiiny men and women our
industries would be of little val
no. I'airnefs, courage and hon
esty in dealing witli every pub
lic imuinh that may come lie
fore the legislature should be
the guiding spirit of every Itnr
islator, and to this end i pledge
myself. My slogan will be: "1
...In . . i . i.
win voiu ior me rigui, i win op-
posu the wrong."
If you aro look in tr for n llm-
proposition in the way of a
farm, here is your (ipiHirtun
ity: Fifty-four acres, about t
in cultivation, good lamily or
chard, umiili i-oiiiiiii'iciHl (ii-,
chard, uooil live room Iuuimi
barn, outbuildings, fronts on
united ittuirond, car service
three times daily, three quarters
miio irom scnooi, on county
ronu, good location, consider
nblu tiion in. lmlimi'H of Imul
ready for crop, 17 acres seeded
to pasture; 17 cows, considerable
young stock, :t horses, pigs,
machinery, tools etc.. Located
in tho fertile Tualatin Valley.
Price SS000: tonus cim lm nr.
ramrod on nni t. Km- niniin tm.l
address of owner, call at this
If you want job printing done
don't overlook us. We want to
do all tho printing for St. Johns
peopio. for commercial print
ing this ollice is well equipped
and WO klimv lum- In iln it
Prices are lower than the same
class of work is dono in Port,
land, because our expenses are
less. Any support along the
pruning uno tnai any oilmen or
business man can givous will be
nigniy appreciated, I'lonso don't
S. B. HUSTON
Candidate for Republican Nomination for
UNITED STATES SENATOR
CoMiU'uulivo Platform; Strong Legislative Record.
Tliroo Timwi lOloctod to tho State Lotfialuturo.
eitlidcii of Oregon Since IHtfl Primaries May 17. 11)18
j I'rtM UtrillfHHl
RcsidonU of St. Johns having
taxes and city liens to pay in
Portland can make their pay
ments without inconvenience by
availing themselves of our ser
vices. We will pay same and
secure your receipt without in
convenience to you. Fee. 26
cents. References: Any St.
Johns Rank.- Peninsula Title,
Abstract and Realty Co., by 11.
Henderson, Manager; -102 North
Bring in your Job prints while
you think of it. Uou't wait until you
ar entirely out. Wo are txjulppotf
to turn out noat and taaty prlntlnj
rmpt)y at Portland prlcat or !.
And tobacco now tastes much
You'll know this when you
smoke the famous Lucky Strike
cigarette, tho real Burley cigarette.
It's toasted to develop and seal
in the Burley tobacco flavor.
Op Guaranteed by
Shoes are no longer
a thing of utility only
but of ornament
Our Spring line of Shoes for Men,
Women and Children are arriving
from week to week in accord with
recognized delayed delivery. We
shall be able to supply your need
in Shoes or Hosiery in the newest
lasts and styles and the newest
shades of fabric.
BONHAM & CURRIER
L E. ROSE, Mgr. Toggery Dept.
FACE the FACTS
LET ti8 faco tho facts. Tho wnr situation to critical.
Unless tho Allies fight as they never yet have
fought, defeat threatons. Hungry men cannot light
at their boat; nor hungry nations. Franco. Knglnnd,
and Italy nro going hungry tin loss wo food them.
Wheat Saving Thoy must have wheat It is tho
beHt food to fight on. It Is the onslost to ship. Wo
nlono can spare it to thorn. l?y saving just a little
lew than a quarter of what we ato last your wo enn
support thoso who aro lighting our battlos. And wo
can do it without stinting ourselvos. Wo have only
to substitute another food just as good.
Tho Corn of Plenty Corn is that food. Thero's n
surplus of it. Providence has boon goncrous in the
hour of our noed. It has given us corn in such bounty
as was nover known boforo. Tons of corn. Train
loads of corn. Five hundred million bushels over and
abovo our regular needs. All we have to do is to
learn to appreciate it. Was ever patriotic duty made
so easy? And so clear?
America' Own Food Corn! It is tho truo American
food. Tiio Indians, hnrdiost of races, lived on it.
Our forefathers adoptod the diet and conquered a
continent. For a grent soctlon of our country it
has blong een tho stall" of life. How well tho South
fought on it, history tells. Now it can holp America
win a world war.
Learn Something Corn ! It isn't ono food. It's a
dozen. It's a cereal. It's a vegetable. It's a bread.
It's a dessert. It's nutritious; more food valuo in it,
dollar for dollar, than meat or eggs or most other
vegetables. It's good to eat; how good you don't
know until you've had corn-bread properly cooked.
Host of all, it's plentiful and it's patriotic.
Corn' Infinite Variety How much do you know about
com? About how good it is? About tho many
delicious ways of cooking it? And what you miss
by not knowing more about it? Hero aro a few
of its uses:
Thero are at least fifty ways to use corn meal to
make good dishes for dinner, supper, lunch or break
fast. Here aro somo suggestions:
Cora-meal molasses cake.
Apple corn bread.
Corn-meal fish balls.
Boston brown bread.
Meat and corn-meal dumplings.
Italian polenta. Tamales.
The recipes are in Farmers Bulletin 505, "Corn
Meal as a Food and Ways of Using It," free from the
Department of Agriculture.
Bring in Your Job
Lil rary Lamps
Curling Iron Heaters
Sewing Machine Motors
ELECTRIC STORE ELECTRIC
Light S Power Co.
mo w zj:m
TT'S cWTcront from V
I others lcc:itiu morn earn
ii taken In (lid tiiuLlnn
. . -. a
nmi uio ranieriai used aro
Vast n .rl'!lant. lly pojlth Oml doot
not tudrrf orduit oir.nnJDionl inolato
lour Uip' n lomr n ordinary slovo
ftflllkh I klt MM .ni.nl. a. - - .. ..II
L)- liril i-o(ir Icr"! ry deali-ri.
All nop kUlr.J, l Mlli nourcuok.loT.
mtr iw-rl. r f tvm vc. r i... n.nM i .J
Dtack Silk Slove PoIIih Wort
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Vh BUtk (Ilk AI..Drla l.u r.. I
I- UIC Silk M.I.I Hl.l, '(,,, W'tliVil
VrbniA. II UllMMllul fdrilUAM.IIIiiAui.11..
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uwi. JfeuriW. trli auiln r.ir. u rvfi nj
TIIOS, GI.OVKR I'rop.
Philailelpiiia Street, St. Johns.
Soft Drinks as usual
Coldest and Coolest Drinks in
town. Sandwiches, etc. All lead
ing Summer Dritiks.
TRY OUR MILK PUNCH
eOc0!3POpOttOPO John Poff
J. II. Harvey
Rillio' Minhnlo I
9. Ill N. JERSRY RTRRRT U
0 Open Evenings J
2 GIVE U5 A CALL
I filk and Cream Direct j
From the Cows
J. Ii. WINDLE, Prop.
Phone Col. 320
I buy or sell St, Johns Property
A. W. DAVIS
Fire Insurance and Notary Public
List your property with me if you
desire to sell quickly
202 N. Jersey St. St. Johns
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Patronize the home merchant
P. & H. Transfer Co.
Phone Columbia 308
206 N. Jersey St. Johns, Ore.
J. R. WCIMER
Transfer and Storage
Ws deliver your Koodi to nd rots
all pcrta of Portland, Vancouver. Linn,
ton, Portland and Suburban Exprsu
Co., eitj dock and all point aecssiibla
Wy wajroa. PUivo an4 fwMturw wvhf
..The Past Time Billiard HaL
V I. WIIITK fioprielor
The Place Where They All Go
A Choice Line of Cigars, Tobac
co and Soft Drinks
WHIiRU THIS CAR STOPS
Portsmouth Gospel Hall
Meeting 3 p. M. for Christians.
Gospel meeting in eveuitig 7:30.
One door west of drug store.
Wiring, Fixtures and
C. L. Dearlove
1673 Haven St.