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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 8 September 1911

NORWAY'S INCOME TAX. It Rsaofiss All Income In Excess of $83.08 Per Year. How should you like to pay nn In come tax on tit-it to nothing? It you were a Norwi-Klan living ut hotuu and vurulUK $VM n year you would be taxed on one-tenth of It If you were unmarried; on about ouo twcntlctb or it If you wero umrrled and had no children. If you had children you still would bo taxed on oue-lirtleth of it With an Income of fMO n year you would bo taxed if unmarried on moro than half of your income, If mnrrled nud IiuvIuk no .children on about 40 ier cent of your Income, having ono child on about 37 per cent, two chil dren on about 31 per cent Unmarried and having nn Incomo of 12.080 a year In Norway your Income tax payment would bo $421.22; mar ried, with one child. KJSO.IM; married, with six children, 3T5.17. All that you would get off your lncotno tax (marrledi for having six children would be tOO; all that you would get off by having Ove mora children would be $44 and six bltsl Married or...

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. — 8 September 1911

NORTH BANK PHARMACY'S SWEET PEA EXHIBIT The Business Man llNES 13 H HELD AT ST. JOHNS JULY 14, 1911 The Pill Hox. a sprightly Portland magazine, devoted n page in publishing the above and write-up of the affair, of which the following is a jMrtion : "The above picture shows the store of the North Hank Pharmacy at St. Johna, Oregon, on July 14th, it being the second event of a like character engineered by Mr. C. C. Currin, proprietor. Words or picture cannot convey the beauty of the scene or do justice to the profusion of sweet jxrns displayed, in which more than 8o exhibitors , took pnrt. On the day of the contest the store was one mass of flowers banked over and under the counters, as well as in the back room. They came in vases, in jardinieres and wash tubs: in fact, the store looked more like a florist's store than the popular drug store it is. There was soda water and ice cream and candy free to exhibitors and visitors, and ! the crowd surged in and out from the opening hour unt...

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. — 8 September 1911

STOVES STOVES You never saw a better line F TTERE are pictured a few of our Wood Stoves. They are made of Wells- ville Polished Steel, Cast Tod. Cast Bottom and Cast Lined. ... It 3 The Highest in Quality The Lowest in Price $12.15 Number 18 Shasta $12.15 Number 20 Shasta $13.95 Number 22 Shasta 16.20 Number 2.J Shasta $ 18.00 $9.90 Number 18 Garuet S9.90 Number 20 Garnet $11.70 Number 22 Garnet $13-5 $10.80 We have Stoves from $2.50 to $25 T A TE will set them Ujy 111 J VLll. liVJlllls now, and you can pay in easy installments if you want to. See our window, display. mm $14.85 Three Big Stores Portland St. Johns Vancouver "PAINTS" This is the season of the year to paint your house. We carry o complete line of high grade paints, oils, varnishes and Stains. Agents for the HEATH & MIUIGAN PAINTS ST. JOHNS HARDWARE COMPANY I 1 WALL PAPER Mid-summer CUT PRICK sale on wall paper to make room for new patterns. LAWN MOWERS Not wishing: to carry any mowers over 'til next season we have ...

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. — 8 September 1911

BUYING A VASE. ORDINANCE NO. 418 Werthelmer'e Clever Coup by Which He Secured the Prize. I Tho Into Clinrles Wcrlticlmer when risked on ono occasion wlmt lie cuiihIcJ erud to ho Ma nstutest LhihImi'.ss coup thought for nwhllo nutl then told how onco when ho wus wnllilnj; through n llritthton Bcjuaro he espied through nn open window whnt ho knew to be n priceless Chinese vnsc. IJu went to tho nenrest postolllce, c.innilned n locnl directory and found the niune of the resident. Then he called find linked for tho KL'titlctimn mid wnn shown Into the study tinder the nntno of "llninllton. Ho brlolJy explnlned thnt ho wnn look tut; for a modest house in Brighton and luid token n fnney to this ouu. Would tho Rentleinnn eiilertnln an of for for tho plnco ns It stood "lock Btock nnd hfirrel'" Tho owner, n llttlo nonplused, lies) tated. "If your otTor Is reasonable," Inter rupted llnmllton, "I will clvo you nn extrn thousand." "Cnll tomorrow nt lotto, thru," re piled the owner. llnmllton did ...

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. — 15 September 1911

JllMcrtlcai Society ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU To mbKf Itx fur THIS Paper All Hit ntwi while lllinewtli our moltd, Call In and enroll QGT IN THE HABIT Oridv.fll.ini In THIS Paptf and you'll ntttrrtirtt II. Ilf I In atonctand k.iprUhl at It - - Devoted (o (he Intereitf of (he I'enlniula, the Manufacturing Center ot (he Nortliweit ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 191 1. vol,. 7 NO. .15 Quite a Storm A Chance for the Boys Library Notes Council Proceedings Free Ferry Elusive Thinks It Is Easy Bargains in Real Estate Tliat Oregon 1ms n few surprises up its sleeve nml cmi do tilings out of (lie ordinnry when it ileenis tlie occasion titispiciotis wns fully dem onstrated Monday evening. A thunderstorm such ns the oldest In habitant confesses he never saw be fore In Oregon swooped down upon us. Accompanied by gusts of wind and ruin, the lightning Unshed In termitcntly and the thunder roared during an hour's bombardment. It had nil the car marks of a genuine old Eastern thun...

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. — 15 September 1911

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Published Every Friday At 117 West Burlington Street. Tint RKVIKW Is entered nt jwst ofTice In Snlnt Johtfe, Oregon, ns tnnll matter ol Uic second class tuuicr tnc Act 01 ton (;rcss of March 3, 1879. Offlclil Newipaper of the City of Bt John. Ailrertltlng ratoi, $1.00 per Inch per month. Subscription price $1.00 par yonr The wet wcnllicr is said to I quite disastrous to the crop of hop? but it is not believed Hint the price of beer will sour ns ti consequence I Those people who were so dc Itemed when the stiiar trust was heavily fined n short time no nre not so pleased now, since the price of stitntr hns been soartiiR sky ware The consumers nre now paying th line and a little over to cover the cost of the suit. It is announced tlmt Robert Stcv tins will not nunin be it candidate for sheriff of Multnomah county, W. iSortn, deputy assessor, is prominently unmed ns n fittiiur sue euor to Mr. Stevens. Ifroin what we know of Mr. North personally he is...

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. — 15 September 1911

CAMELS IN A RAGE. Whin Routed These Usually Patient Animate Fight Like Fury. The usually patient and submissive camel, tlko tho proverbial worm, will sometimes resent an overdose of abuso. Too denso to think of n way In which ho can outwit his driver and so take him unawares, when roused to tho pitch of fury bo rushes at tho tyrant open mouthed, and his forml dabto teeth and powerful Jaws do scrl ous datnago. Of this vlndlctlrcncss tho camel driver Is nwaro and of tho certainty that sooner or later tho camel will seek ruveuRO, Accordingly It Is customary for tho person who fenni his nmllco to throw his clothes beforo tho camel. meanwbtlo hiding himself until the animal's fury (ins been exendcl In tossing and tramping on them, when tho injury, real or supposed, Is at once forgotten. Tho camel will not Identify lilmself with his driver or rider In tho smallest way whatever. Uo steadily decline all advances. Ills eyo never lights up with lovo or oven Interest at tho up proach of his ma...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 15 September 1911

i V ( ! i , i. , .; -v ( , ! ' j V ',,. , ( ' " 1 ! 'it ! ' '1.7 vo .titV'i ' tit': im .,.;, Bring in Your JOB PRINTING while you think of it Don't wait until you are entirely out We are equipped to turn out neat and tasty Printing promptly at Portland prices or less. y . if-.t At ', WW iiiii.' A J M I. '. - nit ,1 ij'IfVi-f. . - ,T '!(;! ll ( , i ," ( - -"ft ' -iOV li H .' . :l -' u- I ' l.U t . " 1 t I. " " t m. , :,y .., ' : j . " . ' '. i ' 1 ' -'. lmtkl a.-'!' t 1 J 'fK! - ill M ! ....Ml-

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. — 15 September 1911

r EVERY DAY PRICES Portland St, Johns Vancouver At the NORTH BANK, the store that gave St. Johns CHEAPER and BETTER DRUGS Three Big Stores 1 I3tF WT a. It will pay you to buy where you can get the best grade of goods for the least money And the easiest terms. There's a reason. Prlco - - $34.20 Furnish Your Kitchen With a St. Johns' Range, a Maple Cabinet, an English Breakfast Table. Lino leum of the best patterns and from the best mills And furnish Your Dining Room With a Michigan White Oak Dining Table, Chairs, Buffet or Sideboard to match We invite you to compare our line of Heat ers with any in Portland 9 (MADE IN ST. JOHNS) Price - - $9.90 $t Pcruna 69c ft Pierces Proscription fine $1 Piiiknins Compound 69c ti Wine Cardtii Gyc $1 Swamp Hoot 69c 50c Doan's Kidney Pills 39c 50c Kodal 35c $1 Uordcn's Malted Milk 69c 5oc 3ye 50c Syrup of Pigs, Cnlifornin 29c 25c Carters Pills 190 t pt. Peroxide 25c t pt. Witchozcl 25c i pt. I.ltnc Water toe WE GIVE YOU GREEN TRADING STAMPS. LKT US f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 15 September 1911

TESTING AN EGG. ORDINANCE NO. 425 Many Wayi to Detect Stalenei Be Ides Smell and Tatte. It does not require n very discrim inating nnlnto to detect nn old iw from n new one, unya n correspondent of tho Now York Sun. The former tins a intistv llaror Hint tlio lnter nover lins. nnd the mustlness mny rango from n slight taint to 11 very pronounced one. It Is always notice- ablo In storage eggs. If any one wishes to verify the Judg ment of his palate, tlio following tests may bo used: 1. It Is almost Impossible to peel the shell from a fresh hard , boiled egg without having some of the while coino away with It 2. A stale egg cannot bo beaten to a froth. 0. When a fresh rgg Is broken Into n dish tlio yolk stnnds up nnd the white does not spread, wherens In n Hlnlo peg the yolk lies Hut and the while m-ems watery. I. The hIipII of an egg after n cur tain length of time Iihm Its chalky nppwirnnre nnd becomes shiny. 0. The nlr spare In the large end of n newly laid egg Is nhout hulf an Inch...

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. — 22 September 1911

Hlitorlcal Society ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU To subscribe (or THIS Piper All Hit ntwi while II li nswi li our moltoi Call In and enroll anT IN THE HABIT 01 idmtlilnc In THIS Per' I ami yaa'lloeferntrelll. !! V j tin t once end keep rlihtut II Hu.iL4MiuweM( Uevoleil to (be Interest of the Peninsula, (tie Manufacturing Center ot (lie Northwest ST. JOHNS, OUliGON, FRIDAY, SliPTliMBIiR 22, igu. VOL. 7 NO. .f. In the Hop Fields Free Ferry Assured St. Johns Schools Small Newspaper's Value Mr. Crawford's Opinion Council Proceedings Bargains in Real Estate lire the light of tnorntiiK breaks, Tlic Rlutnb'rlng enmp uwiikes, 1'iresnre started in the Marie utiil chilly ilnwn. Varied Rounds drift on the air As the cople, without cure, Make their hasty preparation in the morn. 'Round the old pump crowd the men, Wakened nor from sleep till then, When their violent exertions 'tonne them quite. Women o'er the tiny stoves, With their fingers nearly froze, I'ry the fragrant ham by dickering ...

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. — 22 September 1911

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Published Every Frldny At 117 West Burlington Street. Tun Rkvirw Is entered nt post office In Snlnt Johns, Oregon, as mail Jimttcr of the second clnss under the Act o( Con gress o( Mnrcli 3, 1879, Offlciil Kewipaper of the City of Ot Johns, All siltfrtUIng bills pnyfttU flrit o( ecb mnnlli. Advertising ratpn, $1.00 per Inch per month. Subscription prlco $1.00 por year Hitulitliic is somewhat .slow in taking hold of Philadelphia street Rushlight, despite the spiteful criticism of one or two Portland clcrtiyiiieii mid would-be moralists, promises to make one of the best mayors thnt the city has ever pro diiced. If some men would devote ns much time mid attention to their own wife ns they do to some other fellow's, their own wife would be n whole lot better off, and so would the other fellow's wife. J5x. And the divorce courts would not have to work so much overtime to clear the docket. t It hns been suggested thnt the new ferry bont to lie installe...

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. — 22 September 1911

Three Big Stores HOME 'FUJiNJjnjLlhJ 50l"03 JERSEY ST. Portland St, Johns Vancouver All sizes made at reasonable prices You Must Have Some Of These Goods This Fall Get them of Us on Easy Terms, and at a Smaller Price There's a Reason A FULL LINE OF Emmerich Pillows, Comforts, and Blankets LINOLEUM that will wear well and look well 63c to $2 per yard MATTING that is cool, clean and sanitary 22 cents to 35 cents RUGS RUGS It will pay you to see our line and get prices before you buy. Ask your neighbors, they (MADE IN ST. JOHNS) . , Price - - $9.90 are using our goods livery Emmerich Feather Pillow liai attached the Emmerich Guarantee Certificate An Irntirnnec policy Riinrnnteclni; thu pillow to bo llllcl with feathers which are thoroughly cured, cleansed, odorlcM, and purified, fnturci the purchaser cntlru pillow satisfaction, or money re (unded. $1.25 to $6.50 a pair 63 cents to $2.00 per yard EVERY DAY PRICES At the NORTH BANK, the store that gave St. Johns CHEAPER and BETTER DRUGS ...

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. — 22 September 1911

ORDINANCE NO. 427 A NEW WAY TO BOOST OREGON Tho mnn on the ground !i Oregon's best Immigration ngcnt, according to K. C. Leedy. And J.eedy ought to know, because In U tlio delimit immigration Agent of tlio drent Northern Railway, with headquarters nlSt. I'nul, Minnesota. bait nprintf. during tin' I m intern t Ion period, President I.. V. Hill Instructed tlmt n oliiTk Im' made of nidi Irnin enter ing Oregon Hiid Infornnition secured im to bow tlio newcomer IiiiiM'imI to go to Orpipm to live Seventy ti per cent rwponilnl tlmt II wiit through tlio in lliieiicc of friend itlrciidy mi tin- ground iiiul prospering tlmt I In- move was made. I OREGON I 4mmmau nmMK- I H MtnwrKfUH ri irocKStit livery pHtlerti man In Oregon nftor harvesting lilt Hitt crop, Imm'hiuch mii en thusiastic iHHitter. He Wlllll lilt friend In Hie tstst to conic weti hiiiI nliaro I1I1 jond fnttniie. .Mr. I.wly Imk iilrenily will out tlniii Hinds of lite (Ileal Northern Hallway' lieu- bulletins om Oregon, himI ninny mvr...

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. — 29 September 1911

HlitotWal Society n. rr ST. JOHNS REVIEW $ II'S INUYY ur IU YUU GET IN THE HABIT UI adverllilof In THIS Paper and you'll nerer regret It. lie tin al once and keep rliht at It Toiubicrlbe lor THIS Paper All the ncwi while It li ncwi It our mollo. Call In and enroll J Devoted to (be Interest of the I'enlmuln, tbe Manufacturing Center of the Northwest ST. JOHNS, ORKGON, FRIDAY, SF.PTHMBHR 29, t9u. aKt vol. 7 NO. .,7 A Veritable Bee Hive Not everybody In St. JoIiih is nwure of the magnitude uud im portance of the Pacific Stove & Ranee Manufacturing Co. to the city, as well to the convenience and comfort of our citizens ns to the commercial circle of St. Johns. The Review reporter dropped in to that institution between u couple of minutes Monday morning and met several surprises, also Mr. Hugh Ritchie, the genial cashier and office man of the works. Mr. Ritchie very kindly conducted the butiusky of the mallet mid shooting Girls as They Were Backward, turn backward, Oh time in your fl...

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. — 29 September 1911

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Published Every Friday At 117 Went Durllnuton Street. Tint K.KVIKW Is entered nt jost office In Snlut Johns, Oregon, as tnnil matter of the second clnss under the Act of Con gress of March 3, 1879. Official Mtwipiper of the City of Bt JehM. All dTttltlnit Mill prtl tint of etch month. Al?rtlilnit rrei, 11.00 per Inch per month. Subicrlptlon prlca $1.00 par year. It seems strniiRL' to a woman tlmt n man cls so excited over n bull ".nine nntl keeps so cool nt n bar ftin counter. 1 Ifor the first time in its history, the city of St. Johns wns offered it premium on its bonds, $20,000 of which sold tit n premium of $271.50. A lower bidder also offered n prein linn. This is sotnethintr tlmt sel dom or never happened in the city of Portland. 1 Irrigation of 20,000 acres in So, Douglas county is conteinnhited by 500 farmers living near Kiddle. 1 11 piojccl will be curried forward on tlie mutual plan mid water win he taken from the Umpqun river. The crons...

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. — 29 September 1911

A Tabor 8tory. Count Boycuta, Muie. Modjeska'a husband, vrai arranging with Senator Tnbor for Moujeskn's tlrst uppeuruuce lu Denver, and the founder of dramat ic art lu Denver naked what parts she. played. "Well." Mid the count, "there ts 'Mary Stuart.' " "Who wrote It?" asked Tuhor, "Scli'Mer," said tlw couut. "Ih he it tlrst class dramatist" nsk ed Talx)r. "Surely, surely," said the count, "He Is tuosf Illustrious." "Humpht Never heard of him," commented Tabor. "What else docs the do?" '"As You I.lko It,' 'Antony and Cle. opatra,' 'Macbeth' " "Who wrote- themV "Shakespeare." "How's he? Oood writer?" "Eicellent, excellent." "Well," said Tabor rumlimtlvely, "those fellows may bu all right iim nil thors, but they ain't well enough known to suit the people nut hero, What we want Is something popular, something that everybody! heard of, I tell you what you do you net her to give us something nf Itoyt's!" Th Change That Was Wrought Tho little man was exptululug to hU audience the benefi...

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. — 29 September 1911

Bring in Your JOB PRINTING while you think of it Don't wait until you are entirely out. We are equipped to turn out neat and tasty Printing promptly at Portland prices or less. : ' J ' "? . IH l.'.iy.l.,-Vr.f . U ,! ,1 ft v if V ?'' --? J" ,.. . v 4'f - ' -t . " ff ' v

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. — 29 September 1911

Three Big Stores Portland St, Johns Vancouver All sizes made at reasonable prices You Must Have Some Of These Goods This Fall Get them of Us on Easy Terms, and at a Smaller Price There's a Reason A PULL LINE OF Emmerich Pillows, Comforts, and Blankets LINOLEUM that will wear well and look well 63c to $2 per yard MATTING that is cool, clean and sanitary 22 cents to 35 cents RUGS RUGS It will pay you to see our line and get prices before you buy. Ask your neighbors, they (MADE IN ST. JOHNS) . , Price - - $9.90 are using our goods ' Every Emmerich Feather Pillow ha attached the Emmerich Guarantee Certificate An Insurance policy guaranteeing 'he pillow (o be Illicit with feather which are thoroughly cured, cleansed, odorlcis, and purified, (mure the purchaser ontlre pillow latlifnctlon, or money ro funded. $1.25 to $6.50 a pair 63 cents to $2.00 per yard I Superior Quality, Prices, Service i I- . . I Discrininating buyers who consider price, quality and service will buy at the H North B...

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. — 29 September 1911

A SULTAN'S SEVEN BEDS. Piles Defy the Knife Abdul Hamld Changed Hli Sleeping Place Every Night. An Interesting reminiscences of Ab dul Hnuild, the former sultan of Tur key, who wns known ns Abdul the Accursed nnd by ho vera I oilier moru or less unnlensnnt titles, la Riven In the deacrlntlon of n visit to YI1dU Kiosk by Colonel (Count) (llelchen In the Household ilrli?rulo Miigtixliiu. "l'lio houso was u perfect labyrinth of smnll rooms," be writes. "In no fewer (ban seven of these rooms wero beds on which the sultan used to sleep not ordinary beds, but litrco couches, sloplim at n considerable uti- rIo from tho head onil downward, so that, covered with n nullt or two. his majesty could sleep In n Bonil-upriBlit condition nnd sprint; up at a moment's notlco to bo ready for nnytliliig. "No ono knew In which of tho seven rooms tho sullnn was going to sleep. for ho changed his lostlng place every night for fear of hidden dangers. Along tho main passage which led unst many of these room...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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