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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 22 December 1911

r (MERRY CHRISTMAS CUT PRICES TO ALL i on XMAS GOODS at f: fc. if:', i Opposite Post Office iMFURNISHERS 501-03 JERSEYSL Opposite Post Office Local News. P' Picture framing done at Poittnml prices nt II. lf. Clark's, the furni ture man. tf ii Santa Clans ut the M. K. Church Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Kv crybody welcome. u Walter Hasey severely sprained bis left knee last Friday, but is able to get about on four legs. o A dye works has located in the French block by Portland parties, who are prepared to do dyeing of all kinds. Mechanical tops given awav free with $i purchase of Christmas can dy and toys at Alex S. Scales store at Hast St. Johns. Frank Kly has opened up his boxing school in the building next to Couch's store. Any one desir ing to take lessons should see Frank, J. F. Hendricks and W. S. Gill more are building a fine modern dwelling in conjunction at Swinton, which will be placed upon the mar ket as soon as completed, James Latham, who recently sold Ills blacksmith sh...

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. — 22 December 1911

1 1 It A first cluss jol) for nny Man, who lias a contract lias I Found that it pays to he 1 Dead sure that his work is ! In Rood hands, ns shoeing is , A special feature; or makca wagon Box, or any other repair work Found that needs to he done By n first class workman. J. T. Harbin with 2oyears' ex perience, The principal thing for n good Smith. Call, you will find him In. Give us n trial and see The class of work new and Old, and he convinced. Latham shop at St. Johns. Deep-seated coughs that resist or diuary remedies require both exter nal and internal treatment. If you buy a dollar bottle of BALLARD'S HOAKHOUN'D SVKUP you get the two remedies you need for the price of one. There is the IIKR- KICK'S Kill) PKPPKR POROUS i PLASTKR for the chest free with ! each bottle. Sold by the St. Johns Pharmacy. Christian Church Sunday school io o. in., Preaching n a. in. and 7:30 p. in., C. 15. 0:30 p. in. Jun ior Kndenvor 3 p. in. Hverybody invited to all Uicm: service. Taber nacle comer New...

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 December 1911

HNfftilcn) 2oc!flr ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU Toiubtcrlbc for THIS Piper All tht newa while It li ncwi It our motlo. Call In and enroll GET IN THE HABIT f Ot advertising In THIS Paper and you Hotter regret It. lie S Cln at onct and keep right at Devoted to the Interest of the Penlniuta, the Manufacturing Center ot the Northwest VOI,. 8 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 191 1. NO. 8 Woolen Mills Celebrate Who Got the Goose Caused a Commotion Not in Jest The Tax Levy Council Proceedings Evangelical Church Following its usual custom of celebrating Christmas with feasting and other festivities, the Portland Woolen Mills company gave their employes a half holiday Saturday, and extended an invitation to all to bring their whole families and have o jolly time for the balance of the day. Elaborate preparation had been made this year to make the celebration excel any former demon stratioii, and it was conceded by alt present that this result was fully attained. The lower floor...

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 December 1911

Falsely Quoted ORDINANCE NO. 448 THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Publl8hed Every Friday Al 117 Wont UuilliiKton Street. Tint IlHVliiW I entered nt post office In Snlnt Johns, Oregon, ns innil mnttcr of the second clnos under the Act of Con gress of March 3, 1S79. Official Ntviptper of lbs City of St John. Admitting tatu, $1.00 per Inch per month. All ilfcrtlnlne bill pftjritlf flrit of crcb month. Subicrlptlon prion 9:1.00 rer year. Whether or not hanging shall be nboliihed 111 Oregon will come up nt the lrl-xt state election. c cnti- not view it in nny other light thnn llmt cnpitnl ptininhiiieiit in nothing hut a telic of the harlmrous jmst null should lie boihcu Howev er, there should he iT imrdon for murderers. Unit! Inhor, solitary ennfliicinenUind no hope of release sntoly is niurr nunlidinient than hanging'. .Utcr canvassing the situation ifiorouglily we have come to the conclusion that u daily mmr would not he a sell sustaining proposition nt thu present time. We would b...

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 December 1911

f o - 1 IL You are cordially invited to attend New Year's Reception at HOME IFURMSHEKZ SO h03 JERSEY ST. New Year's Day from 1 to 5 p. m Music by Perrine's Orchestra The Willamette Four will sing We wish You a Happy and Prosperous New Year ml, GLAD TIDINGS Oursisthe Pion eer Drug Store of the Peninsula, having remained at the same loca tion and under the same management for the longest time. Since the day this store opened its doors, nothing but the trained hands and minds of Registered Drug gists have served you. We Are Going to Duplicate Our Big Calendar Raffle of Last Year. Accomodations Home Phone Pacific Phone City Directory Express Money Orders Postage Stamps Waiting Room You are invited to come to our store on New Year's Day or any day thereafter while they last and try your luck at drawing for a Calendar. There are no blanks. Everyone receives a Calendar of some kind. Our object is to supply every home in St. Johns with a pretty Calendar, minus the usual advertisement. With ...

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 December 1911

ORDINANCE NO... Business Men We Can Recommend An Ordinance Authorizing the Oregon-Washington Rail road & Navigation Com pany, Its Successors and Assigns, to Lay a Side Track and Run Cars Over and1 Along the North Side of. Bradford Street, Between a Point on (he Alain Line of: t ii c Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Com pany, One Hundred (100) Feet Westerly Along the Said Alain Line from the West Line of John Street to a Point Fifty (50) Feet East of (he East Line of Burling-1 1 Cl 1 4 11 ll. "Mi.. C ion Direct, nil in inu uuy ui St. John. I The city i if St. Jolini Ihm oidnln us follow: Section i. Tin; nrvjron-U'aidiliiKtoii 1UH rol & N.iviK.itloii Coliiwii) , a cur titration organim-d nnd cUtlii under attd by virtue of the lnw i4 the ttc of Oregon, iU aiirccMura and mmIkwi. la hereby aflthorijted and permitted to lay' a aide track nnd run cam over the same NkinK the worth side of HrmlfonI at reel between a point on the iiihIii line of the Orottoii-WnniiliiKtoii K...

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. — 5 January 1912

Hfsfotlfa! Society ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU J Toiubcrlbfl for THIS Paper All the ruwi while l( W news U J " . I- I V J GET IN THE HABIT J Oftdvtrtliliiiln THIS Ppr UUT luulltJa wan 111 anu vmuii I , i H i tn -! . -ndvoa-llD-Mf rtirittl. II,. j lladoactaudkttpilitiut II MHHllIMMMMlMMW i. Devoted to (he Intereiti of (he Pcnlniula, the Manufacturing Center ot the Northwest New Year's Number VOI,. 8 ST. JOHNS, ORKGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1912. NO. 9 A REMARKABLE GROWTH Story of St. Johns' Phenomenal Development from a Village Set in Firs to a Modern, Thriving City It has been the history of the founding ami building of every great city that those who laid tlte found n tiou ior future greatness sought pri manly a location affording natural means ot transportation; the great est cities of the world today stand upon the banks of the navigable rivers or arc btiildcd by the harbors that afford anchorage for the deep est draft vessels that go down to the seas. The great transcontine...

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. — 5 January 1912

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Published Every Friday At 117 West Uurllngton Streot. TitK Rrvikw is entered nt post office in Snint Johns. Oregon, ns mail matter of the second class under the Act of Con ,;rcss of March 3, 1879. OfflcUl Nwpapr of tha Oltr of flt Jtluu. Adierllilnit ratta, (1.00 pr Inch per month. All dYrtllnrr bill pajatU Aril of teb UIODItl. Subscription prlco $1.00 per year .Well Recommended At the end of nil old venr It Is always fitting that we retrospect and review the happenings of the year that has gone to ascertain if onr community has progressed or retrograded, or merely held its own We find that St. Johns has foigcr ahead at a rapid rate during ton More street improvement untl of better quality was accomplished th past year than in any two years of Its previous history. About twenty miles of streets were unproved and five miles of sewers laid. We fine1 that 88 new residences were con structcd which, in proportion to population, is more than were built...

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. — 5 January 1912

A SULTAN'S SEVEN BEDS. Abdul Hamld Changed Hli QUepIng Plac Every Night. An Interesting reminiscence of Ab dul Ilntnld, (bo former sultun of Tur key, who wns known ns Abdul tho Accursed and by several other mare or less unpleasant titles, Is given In tho description of a visit to Vlldlz Kiosk by Colunol (Count) Ulelih,en In the Uousehold Urlgadu Magazine. "The tiouso was u perfect Inhyrlnth of small rooms," ho writes. "In no fewer than seven of these rooms wero beds on which the siiltttu used to sleep not ordinary beds, but large couches, sloping nt n considerable an gle from the head end downward, so that, covered with a quilt or two. his majesty could sleep lu a scml-tiprlglit condition nud spring up at n moment's notlco to bo ready for anything. "Mo ono know In which of the seven rooms the sultan was going to sleep, for bo changed bis resting place every night for fear of bidden dangers. Along the main passage which led past many of these rooms a most In genious arrangement oxlst...

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. — 5 January 1912

M MB t St mm Mt" . 5 4. ST. JOHNS Is second in manufacturing in Oregon. Is seventh in population. Has fifteen and twenty minute car service. Has deep, navigable water on three sides. Has both gas and electricity, finest quality. Has two strong banking institutions. Has five large school houses. Has an abundance of purest water. Has hard surface streets and cement walks. Has extensive sewerage system. Has large public dock and fine city hall. Has payroll of over .$80,000 per month. Ships 2,000 cars of freight monthly. All transcontinental railroads reach it. Is the gateway to the Portland harbor. Has many brick business houses. Taxes lower than Portland by 1.5 mills. Climate is ideal and healthful. Thunder and lightning almost unknown. Zero weather would be a curiosity. Is distinctively a manufacturing center. Adjoins the great city of Portland. The longer one stays the better he likes it. Has 5,000 population and no cemetery. Is practically only eight years old. Has about thirty ind...

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. — 5 January 1912

RACHEL'S GUITAR. j " It Ws Tuned to Ply Costly Air Fsr rf Danker Fould. Itnchol, tho famous nctress, did not neglect any menus of turning u more or less honest peuny. Id Ills new Itfo -of hor Francis Grlbblo tells llio fol lowing story of a guitar: , Rachel first saw and admired It In nn artist's studio. "Ulvo It to me." sno said. "I want to pretend Hint It .Is tho guitar on which 1 eurned my living as a street singer." Tho Jest seemed n pleasant one, nud the artist handed over the Instrument. Jtnchcl embellished It with ribbons and hung It In her own apartment, where It duly attracted (ho attention of Achlllo Fould, tho bun Iter. 11 wr ing Its story, ho expressed the wish 4 to possess It. "Very well," said r Rachel, "you can hnvo It for u thou and louls." "l'lvo hundred," wild the hanker, trying to bargain. "No, n thousand," said Rachel, cf pressing her disdain for those who haggled. And tho banker actually paid a thou sand louls for tho worthies knkk knack. It li said that ho lear...

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. — 5 January 1912

The City of Destiny To lion a picture Hint would do Urn City of ST. JOHNS, OltlCnON', full Jitntlcc nnd describe Ita numerous merit In a maruirr commenmirato with Itn wonderful ndvnntaKC and rcnourcfs would, Indeed, require the Minuter hnnd of an nrtlut nnd poet combined. Nowhere on Hod's Rreen foot Btonl turn nature been no Invlnh with her beneficent elfin. Itleeel with n cllmnlo Hint In Incompnriibla In nny dime, It Ir h rent plensurn Jtmt to be allvo In thin Klnrlotm In ctillty. An a mKtillleent alln for renldencefi U linn no muni. A Jicenlc beauty In here presented that would make the famed wmnlarn of the Al pale In compnrlnon. The nnow-crowned mountain In tho tllxtmicn rlni In their Kraiideur. aeetninitly to nlmoHt commune with the worlds on high. In their rolled of white. The landscape Is picturesque In the fxtreme. With thn mlnlity waters of the Columbia and the stately Willamette wnshliiK Its fret, the effect Is simply ravlslilnv from an 'irtlst's point of view. Hut as a mnn...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 5 January 1912

T1 r Our Annual January Clearance Sale IS NOW ON. It will pay you m A Z i o m Q 1 You can always find the Best Steel Range for a Smaller Price at Firemen Celebrate The fire department held high jinks at their quarters in the city hull Tuesday evening. It waselec 'Uon and installation of officers and New Year jubilee all rolled into one. There was boxing, feasting, music and speeches galore When II V NOON'A.V, TIIH SKW UUKF couucil "let out" at a rather early hour, representatives of the depart ment gathered the willing dads and quill drivers in and "forced" them to participate in the festivities. .,The following officers were elected and installed: Chief B. F. Noonau. President V, K. Ashby. ' Secretary Ross Walker. Treasurer H. L- Wright. Three interesting four-round box ing bouts were pulled off. Charley Karly and Jack Ktberidge had the first go at it, and it was fast and lively from start to finish. Wynn Mauniug and Prof. Frauk Ely uext entertained the audience with some artistic ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 5 January 1912

'J hi J ft Aid Was Appreciated Rditor Review: I wish through the columns of your valuable paper to express mv appreciation of the kind act of the friends and neigh bors in making it possible for me nnd my little ones to have a home of our own. The following was received nnd , applied to finish the payment on our home, the deed for which we have received: K. C.Hurlbcrt $100.00 A. M. Stearns 100.00 Portland Woolen Mills 100.00' J.J. Hlirlbert 20.00 Harry Sutton Hencfit Hall. . 20.00 1 St. Johns Water vS: Light Co to.oo; J'.Aut.en 10.00' K. V. Day 10.00 Peninsula National Hank .. 10.00 Pirst National Hank 15 00 5.00 500 1 .00 1.00 r.oo t 00 1.00 1. 00 1. 00 1. 00 .50 .50 t.oo J. 00 2.00 1.00 1.00 W. II. King II. W. Hrice T. I). Condon Cash C. K. Hailey.. .. Geo. Mtinson Mrs. lf,llwt Coupe. Cash Do Do Do Do Do Do St. Johns Review. Id Wilson McKiuucy& Davin r 1 Groceries I ft vis 4V iirlrt I Shoes and Furnishings We the sell l'rank Chipmau 1.00; R. Marqtiet 1.00, J. V. Oilhnore 1.00 ...

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. — 12 January 1912

HlMOfJcnl Bocltly "-WcJiirm tP ST. JOHNS REVIEW t f IT'S MOW UP TO YOU Toiubfcrlt for THIS Ppr All lhnew Willi Itlmewilt our motto. Citl In and enroll GET IN THE HABIT Ofadmllilncln THIS Pptf nd jron'll attempt! It. He tin it one tad kitpr It hUt II Devoted to tbe Interest of the Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center of the Northwest VOL. 8 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, JANUARY 12, 1 912. NO. 10 Mr. Cook Gives His Views The following 1ms been submitted by S. C. Cook. lit orucr 10 economic 011 space, wc insert our comments, in small type, following the numbers: Editor Review: Vcs, wc will en deavor to auswer your questions in issue of Dec. 29 anent annexation! 1st. Would taxes be less? Yes, people that have property In both cities state that their taxes are lower in Portland compared with tiie real value of the property than in St. Johns. Let me tell you 11 secret about the tax levy of St. Johns the last two years. When the levy for 1010 and ton was made the coun- cil knew that the levy was too l...

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. — 12 January 1912

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Published Every Friday At 117 West Darlington Strcot. TiiK Rkvihw Is ctiteicil nt post office In Snliit Johns, Oregon, as nmil matter of the second clnss under the Act i Con gress n( March j, 1879. OflcUl Jlewipuper of the Olty of 8C John. AilfertUIng rl(, $1.00 per Inch per month. Alt Atlrertlilng hltli jmjulU flril of rich month, Subscription prlco $1.00 por your. Wc feel like apologizing to our rondeis this week for using ho much space in discussing the various plmscs of the annexation question. Hut while it has KUtn to be n rttther tiresome topic with ninny, it is something thnt should he given the most serious consideration. Not thnt the ultimate outcome of the ense pending lefore the supreme court can he changed, hut the new conditions mining from annexation, should it take place, must be Iticul. At host it would be n jump in the dnrk. Hut it is not a time of repin ing. Tiie die is cast, ami it is now up to us to consider how it would affec...

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. — 12 January 1912

Our Annual January Clearance Sale IS NOW ON. It will pay you to get prices and inspect goods. C3 Z O w P4 You can always lincl the Best Steel Range for a Smaller Price at rr Commercial Club A large attendance was present at the regular meeting of the Com mercial club held in their new quarters in the Holbrook block Wednesday evening. The new promotion manager, 11. V. Craw shaw of Astoria, was present and impressed all with being well quail' Tied and thoroughly conversant with the details that go to make up a successful organization. His ad dress was a splendid one, and the ideas he advanced sound, logical and appealing. Mr. Crawshaw made a hit with the club K. C. Couch asked for the endorsement of the club on a petition requesting the county commissioneis to oper ate the present ferry boat, begin ning Feb. 15, until the new boat is placed in commission. Indorse ment unanimously given. It was decided to exact no initiation fee from new members until March 1. Mr. Couch advanced the pr...

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. — 12 January 1912

Mr. Cook Gives His Views (Concluded from first page). prlnlint'. The rest of us mlhl Imvc to work a little lutnlcr in eoiucqtience, but ore used to Mint. Time whs, when we lmd n smaller force, Mint this wih.t could senrculy have existed without the city printing, which 1ms nlway been appreciated, mid is yet. With nil ordi nance covering nearly everythlni,', mid little street nnd newer work in prospect, little win be expected in the way of city printing this yeiir. In n business way nniiexnllon bus no terrors for us, for we have leawn to believe that we ciild draw eonsiilcrnble work from Portland were we n rl of it. The effect on the city nt large is what actuate imr stand. Yes, we know about the choo1 census. The presumption that annexation waitd take place before this ha had a killing effect on population. And, strange to say those w ho have gone were the very stautichesl advocates of annexation, or tuaiiyof them were, reminding one o rats escaping from a scuttled vessel. Ait uoxat...

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. — 19 January 1912

Hlstorlcnl Society ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU GET IN THE HABIT J Toiubiirlba for THIS Paper i All the ntwi while It linewili J our motto. Call In and enroll I Of dvtrllilnx In THIS Paper and you'll new regret It. Be (In at once and keep right at It Devoted (o (he Interest! of (ha Penlniula, the Manufacturing Center of the Northweit VOI,. 8 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY to, 1912. A Federal Building From College to Farm A Great Bridge Her Memory Best The Library A Self Made Man Methodist Church Notes At the meeting of the Commercial club last week K. C. Couch advo cated directing the energy of the club toward securing a feder al postofflcc building in St. Johns, and expressed the belief that if the Oregon delegation at Washington was apprised of this desire and the project pushed in a vigorous man ner that its accomplishment would be assured. An edifice costing from 540,000 to $50,000 would prove a huge acquisition to St. Johns, and it seems to us that St. Johns is entit...

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. — 19 January 1912

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE T Published Every Friday At 117 West Burlington Street. Thk Ritvirtw Is entered nt post office In Saint Johns, Oregon, as umll matter of the second class under the Act of Con gress of March 3, 1879. OfflcUl Npper of tha City of Bt Jehm. AiUgrtlnIng rttfi, $1.00 per Inch pr month. Subscription prlco $1.00 per year. An exchange tells us of seven kinds of "town killers." First, the kind who go out of town to do their trading; second, those who nre opposed to improvement; third, those who itnngiue they own the town? fourth, those who deride public spirited men; fifth, those who oppose movements not origi tinting with themselves; sixth, those who oppose every movement which does not appear to benefit them; seventh, those who seek to injure the credit of their neighbors. I In another column appears n short history of W. C. North, who is a candidate for Sheriff of Mult nomah county at the April prima rius. We have known Mr. North personally for several ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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