St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current, September 19, 1919, Image 2

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    THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW
A. W. Jlarklc, Hdllor
Published Friday of Each Week
Subaorlptlon prloa $1.00 par year.
Outside of Multnomah Connty $2.00
per year in ttdrnucc.
AUVaiKTistNO Haths: 26 ccula per inch
cacli insertion. J.ocnlg t cents per line
miWmum lio cents. Special rates on
jonrly coutracts.
Tiik Rnvutw is entered nt nost office
In Portland, Oregon, as mnll nintter
of Uic second clnsa under tuts Act of Con
(trees of Mnrch 3, 1879.
The concrete foundation for
the adminstration buiilding at
the St. Johns municipal tormina
was poured last Saturday, and
conHtruclion of tho building wil
proceed at once. The building
ia to contain the ofliccu of the
operating department of tho tor
minal. It will be a two'Story
frame structure 40x42 feet.
Tho olfico stair is now housed in
a corner of pier No. 1.
A plant to manufacture veneer
is being installed in tho build
itur formorly occupied by the
Oregon Wood Distilling comna
nv at Whitwood Court. The
new plant will be owned and op
erated by Leo and William Hail
uy, ootid of N. J. Iiailoy, tho fur
n Hiiro mnnufneturor of St. Johns.
Tho Hnilay brothers will manu
taciuro only couonwoou veneer
and products made from it. Ono
of their principal products will
bo egg cusos. Draw bottoms
and other soft wood veneers will
be manufactured, it is said.
Tho new municipal terminal
dock at St. Johns is the II neat
shipping pier on the Pacific
coast, in tho opinion of II. S.
Scott, president of tho Trans
Ocuanic company, who viewed
tho pier for tho first tlmo last
week in company with T. Hiro
ta, managing director of the
Ocean Transport company of
Kobe, Japan, who was investi
gating the facilities offered by
Portland harbor with a view to
tho possiblo establishment of a
steamship line from Portland to
tho Orient.
o
President WIIhoh's
appearance
in Portland Monday
was greet-
on uy immense crowds ami tin
bounded enthusiasm. His mas
terly and inspiring address in
the auditorium in the evening
waslistenod attentively to by an
overllowingaudlonce. His words
carried conviction with them
and acording to his views none
could doubt that thu League ol
of Nations Is the host thing that
could happen to this country, as
won as mo oincr countries. The
hearing his remarks rocolvoi
clearly demonstrated the fact
that this part of tho country is
in mil accord with his views o
tho Peace League
t Kugular hours will horeafter
no Kepi ually ny a nurau from
the Visiting Nurse association
at tho local library. Miss Otelia
Hondrlckson, n graduate nurse
with special training in public
ueaiui nursing, la now giv ng
her entire time to thu St. Johns
district. Miss llemlricksoii may
Do consulted at the library from
!:() to 2:H0 daily. The services
or mo visiting nurses arc. giren
wiinoui cuargo io mo patient
whenever tho family is unable
to pay, but in the majority o
en tho patients or members o
thoir family aro able to make
Homo payment for services
PUns nro under way for tho os
tabliahment of a babies' clinic,
wnoro momora may receive in
struction in hygiene, feeding
aim ouier manors, u is said,
NO. 314
Krputt of the condition of
Tlie Bank of Commerce
At INuttaml, In the State of Oregon, ut
iuc rwwm uminuu ,-)in. lath, jyitf,
KIUSOUUCHS.
awl illMtmnts
Ottuitufis, ocuri.l uml tin-
Mteurl
Umub aod warrants .. ,,,,
Stork,, m iiritlrs, jmlnmcHU,
uto
IbHkittg Uuum
I'ufHituit' ami tWittrt .. . .
Other ical Ut uwuwl. .
I Kir from upiuuYPti rrc
haukk.
Clwcks autl wthr cash iltiiw
Out!) on hand
Otbr icwHtrcwa: I.ibrrty J.oan
advances and War Sttvlni;
ttUBIJM
a7,Kf0.00
W7.77
l.OW.bi
-'.076.66
7.94.7f.
UU.OO
TiUI
I.IAMUTI1W.
Capitalsteclt paid ill
UntllvMetl juoflts, leu ex-
prntot aud tasci paid
Individual daroMiU iuUjtct to
oheck.
I)HlUHil ccjtiflcatct uf dHtiil
Cakhier I'hwiks ouutunditic
Time uiul Savings Itanoiiu,
Other liabilities- Honda lr-
rowed..
SW.OOO.OO
2.1W.W
llKi,135.:tfi
1.760.92
3. -Ills GO
21.4iW.77
. ao.ooo.oo
Total ....
1 203.063,64
State of Oregon, I QJ
County of Multnumah, f hi-
I, C. Detcriojr, Cashier of the above
named bunk, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the Ixtt of hit
knowledge and belief.
C. HltTHR INC., Cashier.
Subacribed and sworn to before uie
this 18th day of September, 1910.
Inu Toombs, Notary 1'ublle.
My commission expires Mur, 12, 1021,
Correct-Attest
1'. S. Doernbccher,
Fred W. Germau,
Director.
NU the llal ok your pager.
Chatter No. 10103. Reserve Dlst. No. 12
Report of the condition of
ML
AT PORTLAND
in the State of Oregon, at the close of
buiiucsa September 12, 1919.
RRSOURCR3.
4- Loans and discounts,
Lncludini; rediscounts . . . $878,331.44
Ovcnlrnfts.un.tecurcd D31.74
U. S. Oovcrnmcnt securities owned:
Deposited to secure
circulation ICS.
bonds par vnfoe) . 100.000.00
Pledged to secuie U.
S. dttoslts (par
value) aO.0O0.0O
Pledged to secure
Dostal sfivimrs ile
tlis (wr value) . 5,000.00
Pledged n collnlrrnl
for State or other
deposits or bills
payable 77,000.00
Owned and un
pledged 83,651.80
War Savings Certifi-
catcs and Thrift
Stnmtx nctimlly
owned 2.5USS.MO
Total U. S. t'.ov-
ctnmcut securities .10:1,014.20
Other bonds, hccurltlos, etc.t
Ilonds other tlinu U. S. bonds
pledged torecurc xjtnl
savings deposit. . 27,960.00
lloiids and Securities
pledged as collateral
for State or other de
posit or bills tKiyablc
(postal excluded) 87.90I.0U
Securities other than
U, S. bonds (not in
cluding (docks)
owned unpledged 140,620.22
Collateral Trust and
other notes of cor
porations Issued for
not less than one
year nor more than
three years time 1.000.00
Total Ixjuds, securities, etc.,
other than U. S 267,374.26
Stocks, other than l'cdernl
Reserve Hank stork
Stock
of l'cdernl Itcscrvc
Hank (60 per cent
of subtcrlptloii)
20,000.00
.1.460.00
14,120.91
1.1,9:11.39
t'tititltiire mill fixtures .. .
Other real estate owned
Lawful Kencrvc with
Inderal Kescrvc Hank H7.27I.H2
Cash III vault and net amounts
due from national Innks. . . .233.331.77
Due from iHiiiksand Imnkcs
(other limn Inclmled 12,13,14)
Total of Items PI,
14.16.10.17 ..23I.0.S7.2S
765.51
Clircki on (Milks lintrd out-
hide of city or (own of re
jxirllng bank nnd other
cash Items
2(11,27
Ucilemptloiilund with U. S,
I nii Mirer anil Hue front U.
S.Trerturcr 6.000.00
Other avicts, payment due us
on Victory iniihi Niihscrlii-
tlou 37,000.00
Total JI.HIW.JW3.M
1.IAIIIMTIIW.
Capllul slock alil In f 100.000.00
Murpius iuiiii iY,rHKj,isj
Undivided proliU .. 10,961.93
l.ens current exoiieii,
lutereat mid taxes
imM 9.1Ki.62 7.IC7.41
Circulating iiotesoutataudliu'. lOO.OOO.IHI
ki... .i.... ... i. ....i.-
iHiukcranml (rust comia-,
uie (other than included
In items 20 or 30)
Cer Ulled check outstanding
Cakhler' check on own
hank outktauding
Total of (terns 30,
3l.:ii.i:tt 60.I30.IH
Demaml deint)!:
l.OCO. ID
IIH6.00
Indlviilual iliiilta tub
jH.'t to check
CrrtifkalMof di'Mit
7iflf.:w
Hue III lr iimii M
day , ...
Slute, (Miiiuty, or other iiiu
iilciial ilt'ixnityi secured by
pledge of iiviota of this bank
Dividend uiiMld
Total of demand
depo.lis "32,763.02
10,885. c:
80.000.00
12.00
I line ichhii:
Ceitilic.iU of di ilt. , . , ,, .
Statu, county, or other miiitlc-
llwd ileiit M-cuitd by
Ifi'J.OW.O
pledge of hmcIn of this iMiik
20.000.W)
U2.WI.02
46U.420.70
lV.tal Snvlngt Ik'tmsiis
Other lime dcMiits
Total of lime ilcilts sub
ject to IteM'rvo Ml.wa.72
War lMii ihHWlt nevH)iint, . . .
llilU utyable with
l'lilcral KcM-rre IMiik
IW.OOO.tO
Wi,lKH).tH)
Total f l,KC0,3S.i
f Of the total livins and dlctiuuUshou
uUivv, Ihouiuount on which Interest
and discount was charged at rate in
exe-M of tltiM? permitteil by bw (Sec
MU7 Rev. Stat.), exclusive of note
iiimhi which total charge not to exert
M cent was nude, was iwne. The
number of such loans was nuiie.
Stteof Oiegou,
County of Multnomah,
I. I. N. IMefseii. Cashier of the
aImvc iiumi'd Uiuk, do sidemnly swear
tliat tlie alHive ktatemeut U true to tlie
best of my knowledge and Micf.
J, N. Killeisen. Cannier.
Sulnoribel and sworn to before me
tin 17th day of .September, 1010.
L. J. Wright, .Notary Puullo.
.Multnomah county. Ore.
Correct Attrnt: rnt Smith,
1'. C. Ktmpp,
Thos. Autieu,
Directors,
McKINNEY'S BARGAINS
Savon room cottnuo witli larire
ot IrixloO. located close in in St.
Johns, best residence location.
street improved nnd paid. Price
$21500. Pay $500 cash, balance
ike rent.
Five room modern house, ce
ment basement, connected with
sowor, laruo lot 1)0x100. Price
or quick sale S1G50: $300 cash.
udance like rent.
Three room now modern house
n best residence location, lot
fiUx 100; price 51000. Small pay
ment down, balance monthly.
A dandy U room house for
$1050; terms.
Six room modern house, cor-
ner. lot 100x100. well located in
St. Johns. Prilo $2000; terms
easy.
Five room modern house, hard
surface street and sewer, Price
oritur 52300: nay S600 cash, ba .
anco like rent. McKINNBY,
SLICKERS ?2.lJ0,-Rok'era.
Multnomah Attractions
Saturday, Sept. 20
DOROTHY DALTON In "OTI111R
MliN'S W1VI1S" Paramount.
Sunday, ScpU 21
MARGUERITE CLARK in
"OIRLS"--Artcraft. The best of
her many good productions this year.
Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 22 and 23
MARY PICKFORD in'-llIJIUND
THU SCI'.NKS" Panimount. Also
TUB BND of "TIOBR'S TRAIL."
Wednesday, Sept. 24 -
ETHEL CLAYTON l "TMBMYS-
TJJRY OIRL" Paramount.
Thursday and l'rlihiv. Scot. 25 nnd 20
A Paramount-Artcraft Special in C
. acts "TUB WIIITB IlI'.ATHBR"
Prom the famous Drury Lane Sue
cess.
Saturday, Sent. 27
LILA LEE in "DAUOHTBR 01'
T11K WOL1'" Paramount.
FLOUR
RE-SALE
Th Unltotl States
Groin Corporation
Announces that It will sell
"Straight" grade Hour, to nil
purchasers, in carload lots,
in 140 lb, jute sacks, gross
weight, delivered to any Rail
way Station in .one 10, com
prising the Stntes of Oregon,
Washington, and Idaho, nt
not to exceed flO.OO per bbl,
net cash. Purchasers will be
supplied from nearest avail
able mill, which may result
in slight saving for buyers'
account,
Wholesale ind obblsf profilt on
itich flour mutt not exceed 75c per
bbl. nnd retailer's profits mutt not
tKCcd $1.2$ per bbl.
Address .communications to
United States Grain
Corporation
3lo Hoard ol Trod llujldlnf 5.
l'ortland, Orrion.
The Bank Of Commerce
114 North Jersey Si,
officers
I. S. DOENNIIMCI O, I'ic.iJent
C DETIiMNG,
Vira I'iriideiit nnd Ca.liler
DIRECTORS
F. S.DOEJINDFXIIEU,
C DETF-KINC.
A. O. NlwU
l-'HED W. GERMAN.
THE ST. JOHNS GARAGE
216 North Jersey St.
Authorized Kord Service Sta
tion. Only uemmie lord
parts used.
Tires, size 30x3 ;, guaran
teed 6000 miles, 18.00 up.
-CARS STORED
Woolley Bros.
YOUR EYES
Or a
MILLION DOLLARS
Would vou sell vour stent for a million I
tiuiinrr
If you vuluc tlinu to that amount is it
not fair that vou consult me. n 1 l-nmv
your eyes uiul know wlmt they must have.
If I art Your Eyci Mill
ior)tarjo ureior)n
I'hone for uu apiMiutmeut Main 7507
Olfltt Utn 7567 R.i. WoodUn 1 105 I
liouf.l V A. M. la 3 r, M.
Ccnin be Appointment
20&-7-8 SWCTLAND BIDG.
rifth and WasMngten StrU
Perttend, Orm
MAKE ONE DOLLAR DO THE
WORK OF TWO
By coming hcrehc-n in need of
hardware of the better class.
That seems. like an extravagant
statement, but it isn't. It is
just tho plain truth as wo shall
bo jjlnd to demonstrate if you
win Honor us witli a call.j
Byerle & Armstrong
420 North Jersey Street
RgoI Esfsfo!
Central Location
Tlilrteen'ycars in the busi
ness in St. Johns.
ListyourProperty with Us
Wc Atuke Sules
S. C. Cook
402 N. Jersey Street
F. L. WHITE
Building Contractor
Daylor Job Large or Small
PhonTCoi.'im-- 912 So. Syracuse St.
Patronize the homo merchant.
FUNERALS
Donutlful gray or
block adult oaiket,
honre, box, 2 autoi
embalming and rotln
,od lervloe for.,
$75
MII.I.l'R
I'uiieruU if .le.iie.1 for Ut), SQ, f40, f(J0. IliKhcr priced funeral In pro
lNiilion. Wc iiunufneture c.iktx, Idy nMktaut.
lWtnitiful fuuerul ckicl,
MILLER & TRACEY
Main 2601 Indapandant Funeral Director A 7005
Wfuhlnuton .it CIU Slrrel, llrlMcrn 20lh and 2Ht Street, West Side
ST. JOHNS BRANCH OFFICE
W. A. ANDREWS, Representative
Gi l Central Ave. N.
PENINSULA ELECTRIC CO.
EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL
Wireing, Fixtures, Auto Accessories
Diamond Tires
Storage Batteries Recharged and Repaired
- - AG It NTS IfOR -
Western Electric Sewing Machine
Come in and get a demonstration of
Electricity's latest Portable Sewing
Machine.
Phone Col. 977
THE UNIVERSITY
SCHOOLS AND DEPARTMENTS
Litcnitur. 8 -ti 4 Ui. ArU. tnJ Uk
MUl 8-tcU ct In. 5Illcln., ut
IVrtUnJl, Arrhlttniw. Jwmnlnai. Com
&rv. lUuulwa kiA Mute.
THE REGISTRAR, UNIVERSITY OF
-"MM'jmwKw
TRACltY
Phone Columbia SSS
418'. Jersey Street
OF OREGON
SPECIAL FCATURCS
A tMtttirul ctmrui. Uctt!U c( flveclU
Uu, nV re (i iwk lew c.t, IU bubj
OfponuaiUM I-1 hII btlp. ".thlrtk- for
ico'-xlr. 4 rviHj i3-motrt: lm ibr.
OREGON, EUGENE, OREGON.
FLAGS
We will sell a $4.00 Combi
nation Flag Set, consisting of
a 4x6 ft. flag, pole, cord and
window bracket, for $2.75,
while they last.
Only 10 sets left.
ST. JOHNS REVIEW .'.
404 N. Jersey St.
OQAO
Dear Mary:
Isn't it funny that some men will give their wives all
the pretty clothes they want but when it comes to things
to furnish the home they "tighten right up?"
No, it isn't strange either. Such men are vain, selfish
and thoughtless. Why I've often seen a man spend as
much on one theatre party- -tickets, autos and supper as
it would cost to nicely furnish a whole room. And his wife
needed the furniture too. Theatre parties are 0. K. but
I think furniture comes first.
As ever HELEN.
P. S. I hone men will become. better nnd let their
wives have all they need of
H. F. CLARK, the Furniture Man
400-402 S. Jersey St.
Store closes at S P, Al, Saturdays, other days at 6:30 P. M.
FRESH FROM THIS BAKERY
a layer cake is a dream to behold
aud a joy to taste. Light as a sun
beam, with filliusr that simply can
not be described, theenke will prove
a royal treat. At your next anair
order one aud you'll make yourself
famous tor your splendid hospitality
We lute the Hit. Orders Uken for Wedding Cake.
Fennlng's Bakery and Delicatessen
115 North Jersey Sireet
PAT'S
3 Barber Shop 2
108 N. Jersey St.
EDA10NDS0N & CO.
lumblng, Heating & Tinning
We Repair Aluminum Ware
Phone Col, 92 207 S. Jersey St.
ive your -une
somz o our
the good furniture they keep at
DAVIS1 BARGAINS
Four room house on lot 50x106,
street improvements in , and
paid, in direction of new Ter
minal. St. Johns. Price SKIM
$150 cash, balance at $10 per
month with 7 per cent interest.
Four room hniiaa in . central
part of St. Johns, lot 50x130. lino
1 1 1 M .
uuraen ana pioniy oi iruit.
This lot is worth close to the
total price asked for the place.
Price $925; $250 cash, balance
S10 per month. 7 per cent inter-
lest.
Fine riverview house with 11
rooms, with 8 or 10 fine cherry
trees; ought to be 20 bushels of
fine cherries everv vonr ThJo
house is in good shape and could
not be built for $2500. Lot
50x100: can be boueht torfnv fnr
$1600. Takes about $500 cash.
with balance on good terms.
Best value I know of. Tho R
bed rooms can he rente1 tn in.
dustrial workers on water front
Fortv acres 5 mile frnm
good towns, on the mnin lino
of the S. P. Ry. in Douclas
county, Oregon. Some of it
has been in cultivntinn. All
can be cultivated but about 2
acres. No rock. Want to trade
for a house nnrl lot nnH will nau
cash difference.
A. W. DAVIS. 202 N. .lormev
street. Phone Col. 824.