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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 19 November 1909

"Who's Who" IN ST. JOHNS Don't go to Por you can buy in S ns cheap all kinds of spices, extracts, can etc. Also plain and T land when . Johns just cas, coffees, ncd goods, ornamental dishes of nil kinds and descriptions; dolls and Christmas toys and pres ents of all kinds. Cull and he con vinced both as to quality and price. National Tea Store. Variety is One of the Greatest inducements to our trade; Uiic(iialcd Elegance is displayed in your home store. Many cities of much greater Importance have not the Line of goods, to say nothing of the Low prices and Invariable Neatness of making Exhibited in this store where we arc Relying upon Your appreciation. Vogue Alllllncry. Onu of tho oldest and most rc liable mercantile cotnpnnlos In St. Johns carrying a complete line of dry goods notions nnd shoes, Their courteous nnd honest trontmont of patroim nnd nn oxcoptlonnlly flno lino of goods havo won for them an onvlnblo patronage. Their system of ono cent green robatcn has bcon very popular...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 26 November 1909

Hliforlcul Soclrty ST. REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU To mfecrRn for THIS Pptr. All Iht mwi whlh It ft newi l oar mtU. Call In nd taroll GET IN THE HABIT Of Jmtfctagli TltM raor dyoaVatwrigrotIt Br ffe at Mee m4 imp rWH N Dtroted to tho laterafts of lira PmIrmis, the Manufacturing Center of the North VOL, 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGONj FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1909. NO. 3 JOHNS WHO'S WHO" CONTEST Prize Awarded to Dora Cam of This City After carefully examining the pa pers submitted by the various con testants in the "Who's Who" con test, it has been decided to award the ten dollars in gold to Dora Carr, 625 East Charleston street, her rea sons for patronizing home merchants being deemed the best. A number of papers were received and some good reasons advanced for trading ' at home. Only one contestant sup plied the proper names to each of the articles. All the papers re ceived were presented by local peo ple with the exception of one from Vancouver, Wash. Following arc Dora Carr's reasons why wc shoul...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 26 November 1909

THE 9T. JOHNS REVIEW PabUahad Every Friday At 117 Wt Burlington Street. BY A. W. MARKLE Tbs Rkvibw it entered nt pos in Saint Johni, Oregon, ai mail matter of the eecond class under the Act of Con- grew of March 3, 1879, Job Prlatlar M(ttUd In flnt eltn strl. Mils ler Job Prlntlnf euh on dsllrarr. . . All eomminletlo shoald bs ddrnl to Ts Btrlsw, HI. Johni. Ortcon. Adrartlalnc nlli, 11.00 par Inch pr month. All adrortlilng bills psrstl flnl of eaeb month. OSoUl Xtvfftpsr at Ua 01 ty of at. seaa. Subierlptlon price $1,00 per yaar. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1909. A distinguished pioneer of the state was laid to rest during the past week. Joseph H. Lambert was widely kuown as the originator of the famous Lambert cherry nnd his services to advance the horti cultural interests ot the state were very valuable. He died at the ad vauccd age of 83 years. used by some large manufacturing plant until needed for city purpos es. Iudustries are our crying need, and we should show the ones we already h...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 26 November 1909

I the aum ot $39.65. Wo And nnd determlno thnt W. B. Nllos, ns owner of lota 18, 19 nnd 20 block D, Oen. Compson's Addition tc St. Johns, 632 square feet of nhtcL will bo appropriated to public use by the opening, laying out nnd estab lishing of Fessenden Street, will bo dnmnged and said land will bo ren dered less valuable by reason of the opening, laying out and establishing of said street, and wo estimate and assess snld damages In the sum of MG.no, We fin nnd determlno thnt W. E. Nllea, as owner of nil that part of lots 18, 10 and 20. block B, Oen, Compson's Addition, lying north of the north lino of proposed opening, laying out nnd establishing or said street, will bo specially benefited nnd said land will bo rendered mora valu nblo by reason of tho opening, lay Ing out nnd establishing or said strcot, nnd wo cstlmnto nnd nssess such benefits and advantages In tho sum or 178.68 And wo find that tho excess ot boncflts over damages which tho said W. E. Nlles will derlvo by rcn- s...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 26 November 1909

i Is 1 I, 5; ORDINANCE NO. 268. An Ordinance adopting the amended report of' thj viewer in the mat tar of the- proposed opening, layln out and ettabllahlna or Festende Btreelr from the northeast line of Jersey Street to the southeasterly limit of the city or sti jonns. Tho City of St, Johns docs ordnln no follows: That, Whereas, tho viewers, duly nnd regularly appointed In tho mat tor of tho proponed opening, laying out nnd establishing of Fcsscnden Street from tho northeast lino of Jersey Street to tho southeasterly l'mlts of tho City of St. Johns, have filed their report herein, nnd Whereas, tho Itecordor has sent by ninll. nostimld, n notice of each as scssmont nnd tho date when said report would bo considered by the Council, nnd directing all persons to present, In writing, their objections to said report, If nny they have, to tho owners of ench lot or part there of or tract of land assessed for bene fits nnd damages, nnd Whereas, tho Council fixed upon tho 21st day of September...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 26 November 1909

Small Profits Special Net Prices on Lace Curtains One Week Bis; Sales Give Your Wife SOMETHING TO BE THANKFUL FOR A new dinner set - - $5.00 A good Pedistal Dining table - $10.00 or A solid Michigan White Oak table $15.00 Or agalu you might make her happy with a new i mattress lor tier oca. Wo have the BEST and the CHEAPEST $2.50 to $16.00 on easy terms, f OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE Easy Terms Right Prices "When you think of Groceries, think of COUCH & COMPANY." k j All kluds of atopic groceries, canned goods, delicacies for J your tabic, fresh fruits and vegetables. Jjl g A large list ot satisfied customers Is our best recomnend J Dry goods, notions and shoes. Try us on these lines. Wc & S ore not giving goods away, but wc are making prices as low 5Sg J os a safe business will permit. Wc try to make it your Inter- - l est to Buy Family Supplies HERE. V COUCH & CO. ao6-o8 PhUndelplit St. I'hono Jcy 97 J Stoves will lit St. Johns Hardware Company are nit o( the new variety that ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 26 November 1909

BELIEVE IN THE FATES. Qrssk Peasants and the Rule of the Moral Ovsr Children. The peasantry of Greece firmly be lieve that tlie future of every child Is determined by the three fates, known ly the name of the Moral. In the popular mind this trio of fates aro supposed to be three old aud wrinkled women whoso habitation Is a moun tain cave. They come simultaneously to n house where a new baby has made Its appearance, says tho London Globe. When they aro expected all furni ture Is set nsldc so that their nj?ed and tottering feet may not bo hin dered, and refreshments In tho shape of honey cakes, bread and wlno aro placed ready for these Important though Invisible gut'st. Money, too, Is placed for them as n bribe to :ct their favor for tho baby, so that his futuro may bo ono lone, sweet sonjr, tho superstition being that nil thing good nnd bad nro In tho giving of tho fates. On no account must the child's beauty bo alluded to when the Moral aro present, ns this will certainly mnko Its g...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 3 December 1909

Wilorfeii SatUly ST REVIEW JOHNS IT'S NOW UP TO YOU To mkKf Rn for THIS Ptptr. Al Ik hwi whS H It mwt U r Ito. Call In and enroll PROSPEROUS CONDITION St. Johns Keeping flight Up With the Procession St. Johns is holding its own with other Oregon cities in their rapid growth in wealth and population. Building is going on steadily and the class of structures erected is bet ter inch year.- Since January t last, 93 building permits have been is sued by Recorder Esson, of which 15 per cents have been for small dwellings and repairs in sums not exceeding $500. Two schoolhouses nrc included, one costtng$io,ooo imd oueJ4o,ooo. The other permits, 75 in number, have been taken out for dwellings, the cost of which will average more than $1000 each, while three years ago the average dwelling cost less than $500. Among the many new residences ore A. S. Benson's f 1 2, 000 home on the bluff overlooking the dry dock; A. M. Steams' new $6,000 home in the same neighborhood; E. C. Humbert's $3,000 re...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 3 December 1909

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW PahUthad Every Friday At 117 WMt Burlington Street. BY A. W. MARKLE Th RsVIKW entered at pott office In fUlnt Tohni. Oregon, aa tnall matter of the aecond claa tinder the Act of Con great of March 3, 1879. la irtt-eUsi stls, 10 .TaW tMMIn mwtmtimA All omaaletlon should bt addMsisd M. at Tn Vi n Om mrn . AdrtrtliliC tiln, tl.00 pr Inch pr month. All dTitlilBf bllli pirstls Aril of cb Ofled Vewveaper ef Ua Oily af M. Jaksa. Sukaerlptlon prlea $1,00 par year FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 909 Since there has been so nine contention raised over the placing nf the nronoscd new briucc at Port land, why not make a suspension bridge of Hand place it at St. Johns, We could use it to advantage al right, all right. Now Is the time to make arrange' merits for your holiday advertising No business man should be too poor to help the printer out at least during the holiday season, auvct Using space is the only tiling we have to sell, ntld we would like to dispose of n little of it just no...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 3 December 1909

Christmas Goods THAT PLEASE THE WHOLE YEAR ROUND What could be more pleasing than n new Floor Covering? A new Rug for the Parlor? An Art Square for the bed room or a new Linoleum for the kitchen? Wc have a good grade Linolcnm at 60c a yard easy terms, or 54c net. Our $1.50 grade Inlaid cut to $1.25 Our $1.00 grade cut to 85c In Easy Chairs or Rockers we can suit you. CALL ON US Always glad to show our goods and make prices. OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE Easy Terms Right Prices "Whin you think of Groceries, think of COUCH & COMPANY." 4 All kinds of staple groceries, canned goods, delicacies for lj your table, fresh fruits and vegetables. l A large list of satisfied customers Is our best recommend i Dry goods, notions and shoes. Try us on these Hues. Wc jtf are not giving goods away, but wc arc making prices as low as a safe business will permit. Wc try to make it your inter- 2 est to Buy Family Supplies IIKRH. V COUCH & CO. 2 'ao6-?o$ Philadelphia St. Phone Jersey 97a S The best workme...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 3 December 1909

THE 'CASSOWARY.' A rseullar Blrd-That Flahes-Wlth lit Faathsrs. Hablta of the cormorant nud of the flsh hawk nro generally known. Their methods of taking fish are very much like ithose of birds of prey. But tlio cassowary fishes according to a meth od of its own. A well known naturalist witnessed Its operations on n river In the Islander New. Uritnln. He enwii cassowary come down to tlio water's edge and stand for ho mo minutes apparently watching tlio wa ter carefully. It then stepped Into the river whero It wns about three feet dcepvnml, partially squatting down, spread Its wings out, submerging thouv the fenthers being spread and ruffled. Tho bird remained motionless and kcptvlts eyes closed as If In sleep. It remained In this position for a quarter of an hour, when, suddenly closing Its wings and straightening Its feathers, It stepped out on tho bank. Hero It shook Itsclf.sevcrnl times, whereupon n quan tity of small (Ishcs fell out of Its wings and from amid Its feathers. Theso...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 10 December 1909

Historical Soeltty ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW DP TO YOU To Mbccrlb for THIS Piper. AS lb mi whBt It U nwa I or aotlo. Coil In and Mroll TERMINALS FOR NORTH END Officials Deem it Most Feasible Location Wc take the following from a re cent issue of the Telegram, and it fproves that the project of the Mil waukee system locating their ter minal yards, wharves, car shops, etc., in North St. Johns is some thing more than an idle dream. At the conjunction of the two rivers is certainly a logical point for locnting the terminals, and the chances very much favor the occupation of this site by the Milwaukee. Its loca tion here would mean great things for St. Johns, and its population would double in a few months as a result. The article follows: What may properly be consider ed a definite move toward the in vasion of Portland by the Milwau kee system was taken yesterday by Traffic Manager R. M. Calkins, whose jurisdiction extends over the Pacific Coast Hue, embracing the 1500 miles of rond wes...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 10 December 1909

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Published Er.ry Friday At 117 Woit BurlinBton Street. BY A. W. MARKLE TiiR Rnvmw is entered at post office in Saint John. Orecon, as malt matter of the second claM under the Act of Con gress of March 3, 1879. Jab Prlntlcr HtenUd In flrit clm llhfa .IaI, Pvlntlna, aah nn rfallviirT. All tommtuilestlont ihonld b ddrd to ns TMttt. Hi. John: urnon. Adrtrtlilnf ratal, $1.00 ptr Inch pr month. All tdTirtuinc dims par" am 01 rco mnnth. . O0UU1 Ktwtpspsr of th Olty of Bt Jeans. Subaorlptlon prlc. $1.00 p.ry.ar. FRIDAY, DECEMI3KR 10, 1909 Dillv Sunday cleared up a coo seven thousand at Cedar Rapids, Iown. That beats hall playing for a filiation! winner and he 110 doubt hatted the whole town while they poured money into his pockets. But Sunday gives them what they like and not a man takes his knocks as cersonal. Thev think it is all for the other fellow. Kx. Did you ever stop to think of the good that the local newspaper ac complishes i Of the koou causes that it boosts, ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 10 December 1909

of Holtdnv I - Christmas Shopping Will be easy for those who visit this store. We will have an unusually attractive line of goods suitable for gifts. Roll Top Desks Desk Chairs Rockers Child's Morris Chairs Rugs Parlor Lamps Etc. Etc. i Ladies' Desks Music Cabinets Work Baskets Taborettes Sofa Pillows Mirrors Hall Rockers Medicine Cabinets M Etc. Etc. OPEN EVENINGS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE Easy Terms Right Prices Local News. S. C. Cook and wife made a trip to McMinnviile last week. . B. U. Bickford is erecting him self a fine home on South Grcsham street. The front of the Peninsula Bank has been altered and greatly im proved the past week. - e B. V. Wilievard has begun the erection of a cozy little residence on North Hayes street. The Portland & Suburban Ex press company reports a steady and substantial increase in its business. "When ioii lilikil Erettiies, WnUI COUCH & COMPANY." All kinds of staple groceries, cnumil goods, delicacies for your table, fresh fruits anil vegetables...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 10 December 1909

FJLIfWO WtMEN. Their Carwi BtQln Esrly, and Thsy Win Husbsnds by Hani Work. "Filipino women know bow to win ;husbands," says an American woman 'who laillrlBK nt Manila. "It la a com mon thing In the Islands to see a girl, young and brown and strong, crushing I ' rice with a heavy wooden tnnllet, whllo around her sit a number of admiring swains, looking on, but novcr dream ing of offering to help. And tho girl doesn't expect It. She pounds cheerful ly away, and by and by her reward .comcsin a husband to work Tor. "Life accustoms tho Filipino woman to labor at a very early age. As n itlny girl sbo is rarely seen without an nftppcndago In the shape of a baby brother or sister perched on her llttlo brown hip. When she grows n row Inches taller and n few degrees strong er sha Is pressed Into scrrlco as n wn ter carrier, bearing heavy Jars of wa ter poised gracefully on her head ifrom tho river to her home. Now, too, sho works In tho fields, and a vivid bit of color alio makes in her shor...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 17 December 1909

Mliforlet! SoeUfy ST. REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU To Mtacrfe for THIS Ptftr. AM Um mm whBa K U mot k ar CH U 4 MroH GET IN THE HABIT Ot fortkhf In Till! Pft uMfMlsmrntrttK. Be tto t mc m4 kMf rlffct at M Deretai to (In later of the PmIbwIi, thi MiBaUcturiaf Ceater of the North VOI,. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1909. NO. 6 JOHNS THE VALUATION GROWS Shows Big Increase in a Few Short Years June 19, 1905, St. Johns' city fatlif.ru vufTf wrpstlitllf with the or " " ' ' - r. ainance requiring uwncin ui wrB to remove ine oovines oens ai night, and the whole town was iu an uproar over the suggestion that a pound law should be enacted, many objecting that the grass on the streets would soon get so long and thick if this were done as to be a menace to the, city, from the case with which a serious firccould be started. All this seems rather comical in the light of developments. St.John's assessed valuation in 1904 was?3i7, 618, while this year's valuation, as given out by the Count...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 17 December 1909

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Published Brery Friday At 117 Wit Burlington Street. BY A. W. MARKLE Tub Rbvikw 1b entered at post office In Stint Johns, Oregon, a mall matter of the aecond class under the Act of Con gress of March 3, 1879. Job Prlntlnt nenUd la flrst-elsss slrls, tlltl. n- ta Tlntln .ah An itallvltrr. All soamnnlestlons should bs sddrssssd to TBt Brnsw. hi. Johns, orscon. Advertising rsUs, 11.00 ptr Ineh pr month. All sdTsrtliloc bills psystU Aril of cseb Offleui Kswspspsr of Us City of St. Jskns. Subscription pries $1,00 par yoar. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1909 The women of the land will have an anxious time of it when the ecu sus enumerators endeavor to ascer tain their true ages. Kenton seems to be gobbling all the new industries these days, and vet docs not have the location and natural advantages that St. Johns is blessed with. Must be more nusli and encrtrv in force in that part of the peninsula. If we beiirudKc the most import ant industry in St. Johns the use of ususcd and...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 17 December 1909

Christmas Shopping Local News. R. A. Sale and family have cone to Astoria to reside. Will be easy for those who visit this store. We will have an unusually attractive line of goods suitable for gifts. It is unite a relief to secure good foothold on the pavement once more. One good thine one doesn't have to send much time in sprlnk ling these days. Roll Top Desks Desk Chairs Rockers Child's Morris Chairs Rugs Parlor Lamps Etc. Etc. i Ladies' Desks Music Cabinets Work Baskets Taborettes Sofa Pillows Mirrors Hall Rockers Medicine Cabinets 4J! Etc. Etc. H. S. Reynolds and C. Mayo are among the new arrivals to take up tueir resilience in bt. Johns. The Firemen's Athletic club will give another pleasing dance to morrow night. Don't miss it. 0 John Blake has removed with his family to Astoria, where they intend making their permanent home. Apprentices wanted at the Vogue Mtwincry. Christmas supplies of all kinds at the bt. Johns Pharmacy. AJcnson has removed his family irom tins city to Pi...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 17 December 1909

HUGO AND THE YOUNG POET. PASSPORTS. RESOLUTION Pratt For HI Varsss Which tht Mat ter Had Not Rtad. A Paris contemporary tells a story of Victor Hugo nud a young unknown poet. The poet, balling from the prov inces, sent to tbo author of "Notre Dame de Paris" a copy of his work, lived, for a day or two later his serv ant announced that the package con talning tbo volumo of poems (mil come back through tbo post unopened, Tho package boro tbo legend, "Hcfuso par le destlnatalro allrancblssement In ufflsant" (refused by tho nddrcsseo on account of tnsutllclcnt postage). Hugo's letter was hyperbolic and In tbeso terms: "Your work has given mo Ststs Dtpsrtmtnt. Vi!!i. 3 Passports nre Issued to citizens of WHfiRHAS. the St. lohns Lumber ttio united Btatcs upon application to Comnanv. a rr vate corooration. onran- the state department In Washington. Ued and existing under and by virtue of Tho application must bo accompanied the laws of the State of Oregon, it now hv nn nfllilnvlt nttpitml hv...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 24 December 1909

V i -, Hi ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU To rabtcrlb tor THIS Paper. AH th mm whBt ll U nrwi b ear motto. CU In tni enroll GET IN THE HABIT Of Wrrtbh h THIS Par m4 jtmI Mvtf ttfrvt It B lla it m u4 ItMf rlttrt ( M Dtrottd lo tin letereit of the Pealnnla. the Manufacturing Ceattr of (he NorthwMt VOI,. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24. 1909. NO. 7 OIL DISCOVERED AT LAST And Many St. Johnsites Are Very Happy Quite a flurry was created In St. Johns when the report below, from the oil fields in Eastern Oregon ap peared in the Orcgonian Saturday. At least half a hundred of our citi zens, including the president and some of the officials, hold stock in the Eastern Oregon Oil & Gas Co. and the news was very cheering to all, although they were confident that it was only a matter of a very short time until oil would be dis covered. Prom other sources the report is substantially verified and the stockholders can feel assured that oil has been found and it can answer the purpos...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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