St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current, May 21, 1920, Image 4

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THE
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ChristianChurc
Announces
The coming of
Percy George Cross
i
and Wife
EVANGELISTS
Of National Reputation
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Beginning May 27, 1 920
EARLY TO BED, ETC., VYhuMS
FUSS OVER SMALL FOX
FOR A SECOND TERM
Or at Least, Sometime Thou
Something to De Said on tt.o
Other Side.
Is
Vote for GOOD ROAS3S MfoY 21
Vote 302 X Yes for 4 State Road Bom Umlt
wmwm
Vote 314 X Yes
ELEMENTARY EDUCATIONAL BILL
"The Children's-Bill"
Will kIvc your children kooiI teacher.
Will briiitf $80,000 into state fund from property in rural
counties previously untaxed for school purpose.
Washington nive $34 ier ceuiius child Orttou $i 1.85.
Which will have the better schools?
Four thousand six hundred children now without schools
more next year if 2-inill levy falls,
lUht hundred teachers short more next year unless the
"Children's JIM" passes.
One well educated citizen is worth n doieu Uwlu.
Our parents sacrificed to ,;lve us an education. Will you do
less for your children?
jj Pull Hard For
ij Home Trade
Vote 314 X Yes
lttll BlU
There Is n rovorso sldo to every
mtngo. Hnrly to lied find onrly to rise
limy triiihu n man healthy, wealthy nnd
wise, hut It does not necessarily (III
tiltti llko it bottle with tint 111 1 1 tc of Imp
plnoa. Ono of tho healthiest, wonlthlost nnd
prosuinnbly wlpt men 1 Imow hns
boon denting the hints to tho first peup
of ilnwn for -10 yours, wrlto Herbert
Corey. Hut ho tin n temper that
would corrodo copper.
Sometimes 11 cimtrollpd nnd con
sorvntlvo Instlness tuny ko fnrlhor to
wnril Insuring content limn I lie laying
up of mllllotiH to l pjnt liy the lini?
Hull win-ln-lnw.
"1 Imvo kept myself In trnlnlns nil
my life," Hnltl ono of tho most Impor
tant htiMnr-ftt mi'ti In tho country to mo
this luornliiK. "I Imvo to ho In tho
pink of condition to moot tho dny's
strnlns."
Ilo hojinn ns nn olllco hoy. 'I'wlny ho
Ims npproxlinnlcly f.0.000 employees
nnd Ih tho ncttial henil of n lnrco In
dustry. Of course ho Ims millions.
Kvoryone litis nownilnys, eo Umt Is no
distinction.
Ito likewise Ims n fine, upslntnlliiK.
four-ttmre win who bhls fnlr to he
co mo nn hlg 11 mini nn his fnthcr hits
been. Hut ho has gone Into nnothur
hiislnos.
"I didn't want him In mine," tho
fnthor bIkIiciI. "I hnvo risen onrly nnd
Bono to hed onrly nil my life. I hnvo
been forced to go without tho theater,
to mlKH concerts, to avoid social Inter
course, to jrlvo n dnlly hour to the
Win. I hnvo been tho bond slnvo of
my buslnow. M day stnrta nt clfflit
o'clock nt tho oltlco nnd It onds nt six.
I hnvo liooii successful, hut"
Nix on tlioso rhymed mnxlmi. They
Jlnglo too merrily to ho true.
I Fttenalve Litigation In Prospect Be-
tamo of Winter Sport In Dutchess
County, New York.
Every sportsman In Dutchess coun
ty Is Interested In 11 Inwsult over the
skin of n fox which nlroiyly hna In
volved two huntorH, two formers, four
Inwyors nnd ono Justlco of tho pence,
bidding fnlr to tnko n trull leading
strnlKht Into tho Supremo court, n dis
patch from l'otiRhkecpslo to tho Now
York Evening Sun wiys.
Iteynnrd wns shot nnd wounded
while In woods belonging to Do Witt
Clinton Flnnncnn, formerly member of
congress. Thu wounded fox renched
tho fnrni of L, C. Hnrt, whero'lt wns
discovered by IMunrd Mcnilo, nn em
ployee of Mr. Hurt. Monde used n
club nnd ilMpntched the animal, tnk
lug possession of tho skin. Tho two
sportsmen demnnded possession of the
trophy, hut this wns refused.
Ono Inwycr representing tho sports
men found nn undent law which pro
vided Hint n wild nnlmnt shot by hunt
ers belongs to them whether It Is re
covered Immediately or escapes to oili
er pnrts.
In n Justice's court Mendo wns nr
rntgned on n churgo of hnvlng hunted
without n license, his weapon having
been n club, but ho wns promptly
ncqultted.
Hut the nuestlon of tho no t remain
cd unsettled until the Justlco fount
n colonlnl stntute which stntes Hint
wheneer n closo (Inclosed holding of
lnnd) is Invaded by n nrcdntory nn!
mnl snld nnlmnt mny Inwfully lie
seized or killed. Under this ruling tho
fox skin wns nwnnled to Monde.
LAUGHS AT ANCIENT SAYING
Hero lo Ono Retired Duolnesn Man
Who Is Net Afraid of
"Rustlnp. Out."
Tim world sown to be full of cheer
ful oldsters. Ilenr this:
"They tell tis." Iio says, "Hint If n
limit iilts work lie mhiii runts nut; hut
I don't find Hint lo I mi true. I hnven't
1I0110 it stroke of work In four years,
hut 1 don't feel a lilt rusty yet, not a
bit.
"They tell m nlso Hint 'Hip hovt
romo Intel;,' mid I think Hint mny bo
true: really I 11 m Inclined to doubt
whotlior I could now, nt seventy-live,
Inko up my workwhero I laid It down
when I was Henty or inorcnnouis
but I don't want lo Inke It up.
"I don't think anybody la 'entitled
to anything unless ho workx for it; but
I think I hnvo enrned a rest. I worked
hard for. fifty N.-nrs: In Hint time
dlil nhout ono hundred years' work. Ho,
lis I lUuro It, there Is still rightfully
duo mo about l! Kara of leisure.
"In other words, I should hnvo to
live to ho about 0110 hundred nnd twen
ty before Hint nlleied rust law would
properly apply to mo; and I hope
Khali live Ht least Hint long nnd nil the
Hmo ns fitw from rtit, us comfortiiblo
himI lMiiy, ns I nm at tho prwwnt mo
iwent."
W. C. ALDERSON
Now County School Superintendent
paid i
STILL CLING TO RAG DOLL
OOTWrTOWV 1
fin i
Dow V Walker
I
OP ST. JOHNS
Candidate for Delegate
to Republican National Convention
Prom Third Congressional District
Stands for "A UNITED REPUBLICAN PARTY"
VOTE FOR WALKER
1J1
Join the HOME BOOSTERS'
team.
This it YOUR TOWN.
I BE NEIGHBORLY.
Let the HOME merchant
t your needs.
He can nnd will fill them AS
CHEAPLY as the out of town
merchants.
Keep that dollar of yours IN T.
THIS TOWN.
IT WILL COME BACK
TO YOU
Hundreds of Varieties of Fig.'.
Tin- tin family. Monte, i ow of
th liiru'-l III lb vtwetabltt world
lloinnUii Imvo biVntlHed ami d
wrllHtl more than iH lipevle, notly
iriplriil -crareti, freiiiHitly of itt
irnitllt prMrnons, ftei cllMilierx or
cpiiiliMl.'. HliH spoeliH I'leui CHrlen
thrive- In KOPt, hut Is of little vnluo;
nl l ieu Meoimirun. the fruit of
wbUh K eonkiiuuNt with relish by
KkMpHitnit: Iteux roNlniralill. native of
lower xiiiiM'K of tho IllnmlHja innun
tnlim ni in.Hliern Imlln, produeiv fruit
of very ltriw slse, in iimwlvo cluMorn,
loit f not very hlttli qunllty; I'letiH
ptu-mloearlea of northeastern Afrlen.
pr.Mliii'e Kiuall, dark-colorwl, sweot,
iliili pnl Hl.l fruit, tlio enprls form of
won 111 i aurofnw. ino oriKiiiai nomo
of Hie cultivated tig conforms fjulto
generally to thnt of tho olive.
In order to Insuro a change of aJ
. trertlsement the copy for such change
hould reach tMs otflca not later then
Wednesday, at 3 o'clock p. m.
Keep
IUUI
Pulley & Zurcher
Plumbing, Heating & Tinning
We Repair Aluminum Ware
rhoac ol. 92 'iffl S. Jejsey St.
QUONG T0N0 CAPE
Try Chop Kuey ami Noolle nt jmpoliir
prices. Home made uutry every iIhv at
'Cafe ol Merit." We irve hreaVUU
and dinner. 0eu Irotu 0 a, m, to 12 p.
ni. 103 S. Jeuey street.
Don't send your printing' out
of town.
W. C. North
Republican Candidnte
For
Representative
llTJXyis'ORTII, WTOT
r14 J by KoU. &Uir
on
ROGERS
Karakul Fur,
Knnil.ul. l'erlan lamb nntl Astrn-
khan fur .-oiuo from tho roslons nhout
Itokhnni. In TurkMlan. llefore Hie
war lmt nil of them wore lyMl and
treated at l.elwile, where two hoii'iw
Hlne nvflvtNl TtVi.tKHJ skins, with n
yearly value of about J2.70O.0O0.
The nut of slieop known ns Knnv
kuI la h native of Turkestan, mnl Its
fijH'etai lumw la in tho vast sandy des
ert plains of ltokhara. Tho Inmba aro
I Mini covered with an abundant tleere,
down to their hoofs nnd ns far qs their
eye. 'Hits &tw Is foriued of black
Htraudu Huhtly our Km I aulniit tho HUI11.
tr the animal bo killed within three
day of Ha i.lrth and sklnnisl at onco
the rteot roumlns unclinnifetl, As It
Brow, however, tho curls untwist, and
after It onv hna boon sheared the wool
urows with scarcely a troeo of curl.
Why Dance Party Is "Ball."
Hall piny in church by the dean nnd
choir boys of Naples wns a curious old
custom during tho "Feast of Fools" at
Poster. The hoys danced around the
dean slnu'tnit nn nntlption. The denn
had a lull which ho threw to them, and
they cnnvilit It while dancing.
Later of nrlvnto dancing pnrtle the
dnneers threw n ball to each other ns.
to the s. im.l of their own voices, they
whirl.-.! nnoiml In sets. Tho pastime
cvmiM.'.t in iiHwonlni; hands In time to
catch tin- hull. Dancing hns long Mir
1 v.-.i ' - Mi-anee game, hut n dancing
party U s 'i called a ball.
Portland Manufacturing Co.
MANl'FACTrRKRS OK
Panels, Berry Boxes, Coffee Drums, Ex-1
celsior Grape Boxes, Egg Case Stock, t
and all kinds of Yeneer !
FACTORY, FOOT OF RICHMOND STREET
eimplest of All Playthtna Remains
Enthroned In the Heart of Small
American Girl.
Tho old raft doll nt 111 retain tt sn
prenie neat In the realm of child fancy,
donpltc the Invasion of nlrplnne that
liy, lilwiuo dolts thnt walk, tnllc nnd
roll their eyes, wlifdoM acts Hint wire
nnd nutomohlloa Hint nuto, nccordlng
to Ilotncr Htephenn, president of tho
American Toy Kxhlhltora, Inc., tho
Now York Kvenlng Telegram state,
"Although wo hnvo every form of
toy Imnglnnhle which enn nnd does
plenso the heart of the child, them la
nothing like tho old rug doll." Mr.
.Stephena wild. "There were tuoro rng
dolls miitiufnctured nnd sold Inst year
than over before, and I understand
tho demnnd hns Inereiced this year.
"All toy mnnufneturers Imvo Inven
tora who turn out new nrtlrlcs every
yenr. Tills yar'a Innovntlon la the
populnr-prlcod toy phonogrnph, which
plnya any reconl nnd costs hut n few
....It n.... ...... 1 . n ..n luiAn
iiuiiiirn. Hi mm fvni nun.- iiv.ii I -n r 1
tnndo ipeelally to proinnlo wliat IVlGCllClllG.
IIMH 1 11 Ill's ;iMllir vuMiio 111111
"They nre built for tho purposo of
Instlllliig tho constnictlvo spirit In the
child, nnd wo have found it market
for (hoio things even among tho
grownup.
"Hut tho American child still do-
ninnds its rng doll."
Vote For
K H. I GREENE
For
CORONER
16 years in the Active Practice of
As It Used to De.
A young member of the Uniform
Itnnk, IC. of I'. lodge was tanking 11 r
rnngemonts to go to tho nnnunl party
which his chapter vo. Tho nffnlr
wnn called tho "annunl-nuuunl," nnd
ho talked n groat deal about It nt
home.
One evening his mother bwnme In
terested In tho lairly. "I don't be
lieve your lodgi has iwminIi nffalrs,"
f.lie told li!m. ".Vow, several yours ago
when your father attended lodge reg
ularly there usel to ho something al
most every night. "Lot's see," tdio
iniiseil, "what kind of night they called
.1...... '
..ii-,i..
Tho younger man winked nt Ids
chum. "Probably nightcap Jlipn,
mother," he retorted, "You remember
thnt wns before wo went dry In In-
dlnnn." Indlnnnpolls Nows.
Over 2 years service in the U. S. Army.
All things being equal give the serv
ice men your vote.
The Coroner should be a physician.
So Dr. Greene the physician should
be the Coroner.
Ballot X153 Greene, H. M.
Paid Advertisement
ELECTION, MAY 21
if
OADS
Some Excitement In Oil Wells.
Competitive drilling plays a great
part nmong wells In n single vicinity
because nil oil leases leak nt the edges,
and whether you got your neighbors
nil or ho gets yours Is largely a unit
ter of speed. Consequently a well In
the middle of a lnrge tract Is usually
let nlono by the owner, or, nt least, he
undertakes further drilling with de
liberation, hut if ho strikes oil near
his boundary he drills his borders with
all haste, knowing thnt his neighbor
will "offset" his wells, on tho other
sldo of the boundary Just ns fast ns
ho can get tho equipment on tho
ground. Itny Morris In tho World's
Work.
Vote 302 X Yes
For State Road Bond Limit
BALLOT TITLE IS AS FOLLOWSfr-
302 X Yos
303 No
CONSTITl'TIOVAI. AMENDMENT Rcftrrwl to Ih. pwpl. I, th
LIMITATION OF FOUR PER CENT STATE INDEBTEDNESS
FOn PERMANENT HOADS.-l'unvw.! To .id "i7wq T o"
Artul. .I of ih ii;ll;uiloo of th. tiufeof Ortcaq ) M to ifermlt tU
rrcata of ilcruaud IUUtiM inclu Jin pr.riou. debt. nit IUUJJUm
iJrthopumuoof buildirc ud milnUinJn prnun.nt rdj lo tb.
mountof durwrc.ntoftli.Mfd vlntwn of all Ih. proinrty
lulu, biate of Otrcon, In.ltad of two pr cent, now prorl ji by Uw.
Need Dlrds the Year 'Round.
Tho little packet of eggs that
have given rlso to thousands
pillars form lunches for tho
birds, in tho orchards Irregular holes
through the loose (lakes of bark at
test to their usefulness ngnln for thoy
rMI of their Inronds upon tho hlber
tinting codling moths. Summer Is not
the only time fur birds, says tho Amer
ican Forestry Magazine. If wo had
more of them during the winter we
would not need so mnny In tho sum
nicr.
Forests In New England.
Tho forest nrca of southern New
Kngland Is now nhout JO per cent of
tho total land surface. This Is equlv
alent to 1,750,000 acres of forest land
says the American Forestry nssocla
Hon of Washington. The area forest
ed Is apparently on tho Increase. In
1010 tha forested nren wna estimated
at 41 per cent, tn 1850 ns 32 per cent
and tn the Connecticut portion of tho
territory In 1S20 ns nbout 20 per cent.
NO PROPERTY TAX-NO DIRECT TAX
NO INCREASE IN AUTO LICENSE FEES
NO INCREASE OF GASOLINE TAX
Kcon thesa threo fnots In mind. Tho nrescnt nutn Hcon t. aA
nt would Gasolmo tnx will nay both tho principal and interest on all tho bonds
of enter. UU('er tn53 amendment, nnd will yield nn annual surplus besides for other
a winter stato wgUway work. No additional taxation of any kind.
FEDERAL FUNDS MUST BE MATCHED
Oregon may Imvo tjullicicnt Highway Funds to match Federal apportion,
monta or Oregon cannot get tho benefit of Federal money for Oregon Roads
Increasing this constitutional limit is u necessity. Unless limit is increased,
uimer aiuiu roaua cuuuoi do compieica ior many, many years, or must be finish
by direct property taxation. This measure averts direct property tax for sta
Illf'tlU'HVfl miff mftl'M nftrlv tnm,lnt7mi nxaaililn T nt'o A t.
Income from Present Sources Sufficient to fry Principal and Interest
in Th '? ,thAt rl'.lnJnm u'1lin nd pwolliw Ui, without locxtueot pracst nit.
ill U nn.l ta yty both principal nd Utemt on tbt-M bond.. U clearly ttt forth bv otSriTl fi-T.V
1 to. fcUI. l'mpait. mill to vrry ngiumt yoUr lUht to But I'raphl.t for Y.rtficmUon.
rr4n rmtg (or
stato
buy or sell St. Johns Property
A. W. DAVIS
Renl Estate
Fire Insurance and Notary Public
X List your property with me if you
T I ftiirA tn ki1I nniflrlv
202 X. Jersey St. St. Johns
EurniM to UU canfullir It pturw tUt.oo, property U U rwjuiwd and that pi
uU)lwnfcvand mUt willmlvTO principal ndlntcft and yield .qjpluj bidt
For loUrct TablM, ramphleta or further Information, writ to
OnEOON ROADS AND DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION
t.llimjmina,firt!4 C C Climt, CWau f kcO, Cmat. L t.lail
Ompaisn Ilcadquarttra, Sit Worcetter BuUdinc, Portland, Orton "
VOTE 302 X YES For 4 State Road Bond Umlt
paid adr
COLUMBIA GARAGE
Pioneer in St. Johns
Has NOT Moved
Furniture Repaired and But Will Continue in Business at the Old Stand
Prices Reasonable Gas, Oils, Supplies, Storage and Repairs
EDWARD BROOKS, Fixup Shop, IA c cf mi
25. 627 coiumwa nivd pnch Block, 1U7 resseiiuen Street YiQfLt Jersey
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