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About St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1919)
TO LAST BIG
To tho Citizens of the
Twelfth Federal Reserve District:
The Fifth "Vk-tory" Liberty
Loun is in ilit. Let us thank (loci
that it is not just the Fifth Loan.
Victory menus the end of tho war,
tho end of losins, tln dawn of jicai'e
JAMES K, LYNCH
Qovtmor, 12lli Prd'ial Reserve District
I 1 When tho Fat Year
WIN $3 A WORD
BY WRITING A
Otxxl Victor) Ubnrly I.onh
nloKana ar wBiiii il h ih innaral
IMiWIollr I'ownilli' irf lb TlhM
I'SuImiwI Hawart Mairtat with toad
quartor lu Hart Pranrlaea.
Tb couimlttao will p)' aa high
a l n nwd.
Ilnrt priMt will b I0. aammd
print fto, mhU Ihlril prlaa. f 10.
HltWMHH mImmM be limited In 10
or IX vkU.
ISm all nkMtMMM to 8UX1AN
KDITOIl. IttMtm Ml. ISO (.allrorwiu
Htrt'ttt, Vuu KrimrUro. California.
TliufH r hu IJbarty loaa aamel
of you altar tit Vlrtory Inui. m
inorlKKo your fulura tor Victory
Doild. TbOHMUMlN U( Wir MtMlfM MHl
aallora mMMxatttri thair futuiw.
Tour bar will bit a btlr mmm I)hmi
you aro if yoi eH tolas a wfcjr l
lowftiieti fur Thrift ftuMnn. l.H Was
buy thorn nIshsoU.
MONTHLY VAR STAMP QUOTAS
FIXED FOR TWELFTH DISTRICT
Tho Treasury l)nrtwint ht:s atiiiit)(l to tho Twelfth Federal
RmorvH Diatrwt the following moiillil.v quotas to be rulsctl in War
BnvinKH HtamiiD during 181V 1
The total to be nil throughout tho country is 1 ,600,000,000.
REVIEW'S LEGAL BLANKS
The following Hit of legal blanks
are kept for .sale at this office and
others will be added ui the demand
Warranty deeds, Unit Claim
Deeds, Realty nnd Chattel Moil
gages, Satisfaction of Mortgage,
Coutracts for Sale of Roalty, llllU
of Sale, Leases.
NeU the label en yeur paper.
and prosperity. It means that tho
market price of government bond
will soon stabilize at par or better,
It also means that commercial, agn
cultural, and industrial affairs wil
stabilize, and that the Ilun-inspira
uutnor will ceaso.
Wo were advised that the war
! would last through 1919, probably
through 1920, so wo were preparcc
for that : to liavo done less, woult
1 liuvo been suicide. We prepared to
crush tho Hun on his own ground
i and ho prudently quit. It cost us
sonic money but it saved the lives 0
half a million of our men. Was
money ever better spent 1
Now wo have bills to pay, prom
is' S to make good, our men to bring
, home. This will tako from live to
six billion dollars. Let us get ready
mid raise it. A big task, but the
last, and theroforo easy. All to
g 'ther, shoulder to shoulder, urn
l he loan goes over I
Tho Niiicty-flrst" is the Pacific
Coast Division : remomher the
nehieveinoiit, and honor oursclve
by living up to it.
I Jamba K. Lynch,
1 Governor. Federal Reserve Bank 0
San Francisco: Chairman, Lib
crly Loan Ocimral Executive
Hoard, Twelfth Federal Reserve
Uy P. C.
Amlmlnncn 1 80, vmtarn Front.
W'Um tk fat year return, and, rich
You half forcet. as men Imva ever
Tho trlo on co wli for your nrotirlty,
TblHklMK Ins niH4ib of fortuuo lout or
Too Mtieh of j'rlclfi ami lainshttir, food
Or of miiuo Hibllu favor cheaply
Oh, Ibex turn back tha pane- mid think
Who kvo tholr bodies for freedom
to bo burned
Pvr tbi lived, too; they, too, loved
win uiiil laughter,
Sunlight, tlto greon tarth. All ttiut
you atlll litni
Thy hail, am) moro Mdlon. If you
Amu (Urn forcut them, burled to
yOUNIC, Ml diHtp,
And dart forKut this faith for which
Ah.' bat ytHi v 111 not, bolite of their
blood! The Outlook.
Karl ftKurliiK now on your personal
, qo4u of Vlolnry I.lborty Honda, If
iyw dn't, atari flciirliitf on Increased
J. R. WEIMER
Transfer and Storage
We deliver your rood to and from
all prta of Portland, Vancouver. Linn
tou, 1'ortUnd and Suburban Expreu
Co., city dock and all polnta aoceialble
Autos ovorhnulcd, frames
strnightonod at your home
uarago. Guaranteo to eavo you
one-third cost. Phona Columbia
Saturday, l'cb. 15Ui
PAULINE FREDERICK In "A
DAUGUTHR of the OL SOUTH.
Sunday, l'cb. 16th
VIVIAN MARTIN in "MIRANDY
SMIM'.S." l'nrauiouut. And 2 reel
Monday nnd Tuctdny, l'cb. 17 nnd 18
"HOtJSIt 01' HATI'.." Also JACK
PICKFORD In "SKVKNTI'.IvN."
Wednesday. Feb. ID1I1
WILLIAM FARNUM In "RIDMRS
of the I'URPf.K SAOU. Fox.
lon't iiiIm it.
Tliurndnv and Friday. Feb. 20 and 21
WALLACE RlilD in "TOO MANY
Snturday, Feb. 22nd
SHIRLEY MASON in
1IYIC HILL. Paramount.
Saturday, Feb. 2.'lrd
Monday nnd Tiiewlnv. Feb. 21 anil 25-
"ifOt'SH OF IIATK." Aho "THH
OLD HOMItSTKAD." Pnmiiiount
Wcdncmlav. Feb. 2Gtli-
IJNRl'CO CARUSO iu"MV COl'S
IN." Paramount. His first Picture,
Thursday nnd Friday. Feb. 27 anil 28
CONSTANCE TALMA DOE in"UI
Tlllt ROAD WITH SALLY."
Saturday, Mnteh 1st.
DOROTHY DALTON in "QUICK
Sunday. Mnrcb 2nd -
DIG DILL HART In "IlRANDINt
Monday and Tuesday, March 3 nnd l
"HOUSIC OF IIATK."
Also SES9UE 1IAYAKAWA
"THK CIIKAT."- Pnramount,
Wednesday. Mntcli filll
WILLIAM FARNUM In "Till
RAINIIOW TRAIL."-! ox.
TlmrstUy and Prldny. Mnrcb Ciiud 7
CHARLES RAY In STKINti
S itnnbty. Miucb Slit
MARGUERITE CLARK In "Lt'l
TLK MISh IIOOVI5R."- PiimiiMjunl
Suudiiy, Matcli Dili
Aitrrafl lireMiiU Cecil II. DcMillc
"Tlllt SOt'AW MAN." Tills
De.Mllle's lilntei piece luitlirli
Theo. Roliertx, Tliiirstitu Hall nui
Monday Mini TuvwUy. MhicIi III mid 11
"IHH'SK OF HA Til."
AImi PAULINE FREDERICK In
"THH UTKUNAL CITY,'
Wediirftdny. Mnicli ltftli
NORMA TALMA DO I! 111 'Tlllt
IIHAUTOF WliTOS N." Sihcl.
Thursday nnd Fildny. Matcli 1!) ami I I
Aiternlt preM'tiN I). W. (Wlltitli'a
"Tlllt (lltlt ATKST TIIINO IN
LIFI(."-Iii 7 icvU. One of the
liett (irlllith bus iiitxlnoed,
Nitiitday, Marrli IR1I1-
DOROTHY GISII lu "Tlllt HOPE
Suiiduy. Mareh KHIi -
IIRYANT WASIIIIURN ill "Tlllt
WAV OF A MAN WITH A MAID.
Mixiduy ami Tuely. Mareli 17 him! 18 -
' Illll SK 1)1' HATH.
AIm MARGUERITE CLARK la
ETII EL CIwYYTON in "WOMAN'S
Tlmrmluy and Friday, March !ft)iml2l
To In- uniHMiticiMl Inter.
Katurduv. Muit-li ttind
VIVIAN MARTIN 111 JANItOOKS
Suiiduy, Mutch StHrd-
PAULINE FREDERICK lu "OPT
OP Tlllt SHADOW." 1'MreuiutiMt,
in TIIU SllltUll'l
Momlay and Turwlay, Match tlaiidlifi
IN rAKNUM 111 1
WwliiMulnv. Match Silth
CONSTANCE TALMADGE iu
ThHrwUy and Friday, Match gTumlato -
Artcralt imciiu "i.rrn.ii wo
MAN,'' from the (iiuuhw book.
sturdily, Match Hli-
CLARA KIMDALL YOUNG
Sunday, Match enh
WM. FARNUM in
Monday and Tucedity, March Sl-.jtr,
Thccud ofllOl'SH OF II
Ami "Tlllt TRAVKI.INO SI.KS
Uosidonts of St. Johns Imvinir
taxes and city lions to nay in
ortland can make their nay
ments without inconvenience by
availing thomsolvos of our sor-
vices. We will pay same ami
secure your receipt without in
convenience to you. Pee, 20
cents. References: Any St.
Johns Hank. Peninsula Title,
bstract ami Kealty Co., by II.
leiulerson. MnnaKer: -102 North
For Sale Modern sovon room
louse.full lot. at 827 North Edi
son, and a modern four room
touso n' 90S N. Willamotto boul-
ovarii. Will bo sold on easy
myment plan. Call 827 N. Edi
We are adding new
and attractive lines
to our large stock of
Calendars, Wall Pock-
ets and Pictures.
Some Useful Hints
Sewing Mncliine Motor,
Vacuum CWtnier, WntiliiiiK
Machine, Floor, Table and
Desk Lamps, CliallitK-ilisli,
Toaster, (trill, Coffue Ir
dilator. Milk Warmer,
SmootliiiiK Iron or Trovtl
injC I run, Curling-iron ami
DryitiK Comb in Oiw, Vi
brator. Utmllng rail, Rail
iator, Portable Stove ami
Oven. Unlike, lfan.
First Trust 8 Savings
OF ST. JOHNS
1302 Kast Fcssendon Stroot
lMiono Columbia 400
Officers and. Directors
F. A. NICE, Fictident and Cathier
II. HENDERSON, Vice Pre.idcnt
GEO. I. BROOKS. Secretary
F. S. UONliECHEI
Four per cent interest
paid on time and sav
Rentals and Rentnis
llrlajf in your job printing wbtlc
you think of It. Dont wait until you
are entirely out. We aro equlppej
to turu out neat tsd Uaty prlatls
yrorurtl at rorUaai irlMt; or ltw.
, Omit GodtS
1. Hli 'Il llreVi
tv. AAJ3I 7
Ml H fit, IIO-R . Ill n 1 ,v-
111 ui s-T-v-j'. Ah .1.
or Long Suit
This store has nlwuys tarried a rcasuimble amount of high priced merchandise and n
reasonable amount of cheap goods but our long suit is the medium grades of all lines.
The trade we have commanded for thirteen years expects good values and look to our
store for their requirements of goods that can be sold at a reasonable price and have lasting
When we stocked the patterns we put iu the patterns that the trade knows the mosf
about. When we placed CorsutJn stock we responded to the call for the most reliable and
.secured the Warner Uro. agency. When the men began to call for a shoe that was of a
better grade but not the highest price we stocked the Regal aud the Crossctt. When men's
hats were considered the call for the Mullory induced us to place these in stock iu the larg
est quantity. Wc do have Stetioug and a few cheaper unknown brands but the reasonable
priced extra values rc the ones that prevail all through our store.
L. E. ROSE, Mflr. Men's Dept.
When Swift & Company
pnid, say, 13 dollars per hun
dredweight for live beef cattle
last year, the profit was only
13 cents? In other words, if we
had paid $13.13, wo would have
made no profit.
Or, if wo had recoived a
quarter of a cent per pound less
for dressed beef we would have
made no profit.
It is doubtful whether any
other business is run on so close
a margin of profit.
This is bringing the producer
and tho consumer pretty close
togetherwhich should be the
object of any industry turning
raw material into a useful form.
This remarkable showing is duo to
enormous volume, perfected facilities
(packing plants strategically located,
branch houses, refrigerator cars, etc.),
and an army of men and women
chosen and trained to do their special
This, and many other points of
interest, are found in the Swift &
Company Year Book for 1919, just
published which is brought out for the
public as well as for the 25,000 Swift
& Company shareholders.
The Year Book also represents the
packer's side of the Federal Trade
Commission investigation, upon which
Congress is asked to base action
against the industry.
Many who have never heard the
packer's side are sending for the Year
Would you like one ? Merely mail
your name and address to the Chicago
office and the book will come to you.
Swift & Company
Union Stock Yards, Chicago
Piw imA jv5imit what
Knights and Ladies of Security
St. Johns Council 2775
Urculnr IIuiIiicm iiiicIIiik ltt ami 3nl
Moiuluya. Open incctliiKt to the public
ami tiKtnl)cr 2ml ami -llli Momliy. Vis
itor nnd members conllnllv invited to
attend at llickncr Hall.
Hrntik C. Gnsscr, Pres.
LcMer TecIitiK, Sccrctnr
No. 186 I. O. O. P
t. iomnj, onroon
Kwti hi'h Monday evening la Odd FeV
lowa Imll at H;oo, A cordial welcome to
all vlnltliiK brother.
C o Churelilll. Nobtnriml
H J. tturrauttx. vice OrntiJ
O. W. Norrne. Wn.tiec.
II. I' Clark. Treat.
DORIC LODGE NO. 132
A. r. and A. M.
Meets the first ami third
Weiluesdavof ench month
in meaner nail, Visi
A.K. Davis, W. M.
A, W, Davis, Secretary.
Wterva Cliapler No, 105,0, E.S,
i Meets every First utid Third Tue.
day of each month in Uickuers Hall.
Dixie M. Uwis, V. M.
Ruby R. Davis, Secretary.
St. Johns Camp No, 7546
Modorn Woodmen of America.
I We heartily solicit the attendance al
lour member at our regular meetings
! every Thursday evening.
I A. h- Marcy, Geo. Muhm, Cleric
I Cousul, 103 Smith avenue
HOLMES LODGE NO. 101
KMGIITS or PYTHIAS
Meets every Pridav night at
7:30 o'clock iu lUCKNER
Hall. Visitor always weN
W R. HVENS, C. C.
Woodmen of the World
St. Johns Camp 773
Meet every Thursday eveuiug in
I. O. O. F. Hall, Leavilt and Jersey
streets. Visitors always welcome.
TIIOS. COI PIJ, c. C.
W. RLCOON, Clerk.
OF ALL KINDS SEE
EDLEFSEN FUEL CO.
Oregon Building, 5th and Oak
Phflne Broadway 70 or Columbia 321
Mill wood mostly inside, Urge percent
age dry enough for immediate use 1.50.
buy or sell St. Johns Property
A. W. DAVIS
Fire Insurance and Nelary Public
List your property with me if vou
desire to sell quickly
202 N. Jersey St. St. Johns
Phone Woodlawn 5360
W Call and Otllr
The Skkfmore Cleaners
Cleaning, Pressing, Alteration and Re.
pairing a specialty
W, C WiTtCI tttSaMtMrtStmt