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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 13 September 1912

. - - - - , w , MJ ,., I 4 See Our Display We handle the best line of ranges there is made. This statement can be verified by asking anyone of the two hundred users in St. Johns. It is made better, looks better and is cheaper than any other guaranteed range on the market. Ranges $34.20 We haVe a larger and better line of comparing, compare quality as well Local News. The Regal Range on sale nt the Peninsula Hardware is a Imrgaiu at , $36.00, See It at once. o Mrs. J. C, Scott has returned , from n pleasant visit witli her son, Dr. Scott in Seattle. Wanted -Three girls to learn weaving; day work. Apply to Port land Woolen Mills. Clins. A. Kry has returned from his vacation iu.Cleona, Pennu., mid is in fine shape to jump into school iwork once more. Any one having a cleanly, well behaved .white Spit. dog for sale should see Jack McNiven nt Cnlef Uros.' store. The Hpworth League of the M. R. church will hold n character so cial at the home of Mrs. Weeks on Willamette boulevard, Septemb...

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. — 13 September 1912

BANKRUPT SALE CONTINUES While this copy is being written there are five experienced sales-people just as busy as they can be waiting upon the wise shoppers who know bargains when they see them. Think of buying almost anything out of a nearly new stock of $10,000 actual invoice at a discount of 33 1-3 per cent. Men's, Women's, Children's Garments Hundreds of notions, yards and yards of ribbon, laces, embroidery, veiling, and dozens of sweaters. The Sincerity Line of Men's Suits are going and you must get busy if you have a good selection. We must move a large part of this stock by the 26th of September as we shall try bidding for the men's trade of St. Johns by having an exclusive men's store. ucrllvCtolk i Open Evenings During the Sale Now is the Time for You Men to Stock up in shirts, collars, ties, hats and suits. A box of 12 collars usually costs you $1.50; at the sale, you get them for 80c. The large line of Golf and Pleated Bosom Shirts, regular $1.00 and $1.50, now cost you 67...

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. — 13 September 1912

SUPPLElteiST TO THE St ijoWS REVIEW, SEPTEMBER it, 1912 Council Proceedings Commercial Club Meet Evangelical Cfiurch Why the DeTay Councilmcn Hill and Wilcox jvere numbered among the absent at the regularvmccting of the 'city council Tuesday evening, Mayor Muck presided in his usual good form. I In the absence of Recorder Rice, Miss Myrtle Brodakl, the pleasant and efficient assistant, performed the duties of recorder in good style. ; A Mr. Thompson objected to the acceptance of Fcssendcu street near , his property in its present condition. Other remonstrances were also re ceived, claiming the paving was iiot according to spccificatlcus and apparently a poor. job. On motion of Alderman Ilorstnan it was decid ed to require the contractors to re move any poor paving and replace it in good condition wherever deem cd nrccssary. The council decided to visit the street 'II o body together with the engineer, contractors and as many property owners as are in terested, Monday afternoon at th...

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. — 13 September 1912

SUPPLEMENT TO THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW, SEPTEMBER 13, 1912 Schools Open Monday The New Novelty Works It IS Our Rule Kverythiug is In readiness for the new school year. The board have been and arc making many , improvements for the coming year. Ail buildings have been thoroughly renovated, floors oiled, scats and desks retouched, in fact, every thing put in tint best of condition. The North school has received two fresh coats of paint without and the annex at the Central school looks like another building with two coats within and without. The course of study has been , materially improved by adding Manual Training and Sewing. Sev eral hundred dollars' worth of tools and benches have been placed in the annex for manual work, which will be given each week to all class cs above the fourth grade. Miss Watkins is a graduate of the De troit Mauual Training school and has installed a number of shops with marked success. The board consider themselves fortunate in ob taining her services for the...

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. — 20 September 1912

ST. JOHNS REVIEW t IwakA aWaafauaaA aaaaaa.! fHE HABIT f t IT'S NOW UP TO YOU Toiubtcrlbe lor THIS Paper All tlir news white It In new li our mold). Call In and enroll GET IN THE HABIT 01 adrartblat la THIS rsM ndros'llamrrttrttH. Be thtaloacaaadlittf rlgaUIII f Devoted to the Interests of the Peninsula, the Maaufacturlag Center of the Northwest VOI,. 8 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1912. NO. 46 Concerning Alarm Clocks Cocks were crowing, n wood pecker was busy 011 the roof, the morning was asUr, nnd tlie Loiterer was niniiul to lie likewise, when in through the open window "Hr-r-prip wnke ttpl Get tip! HnstlelUustlelHnstle! Quick IQmckl jump, I say I Hurry 1 Hurry! Hitr ry! Wliv don't you liur-r-ee-c the shrill, angry voice of the new neighbor's alarm clock trailed off into an incoherent irritated jumble o! profanity. Such an awakening I Pity the man who has so small respect for himself as to set up this impudent little upstart to shout and swear at him every morning, nn...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 20 September 1912

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Published Every Friday At 117 Wost Burlington atrcot. . pos mil Tub Ritvntw In Saint lohns. Oregon, m umll matter of the second class under the Act of Con frc8sof March 3, 1879. Offload Kswtpspsr of the City of BU Johns. Subscription price $1.00 paryonr. Nogi, the great Japanese general, gave final proof that he was not a progressive. In another column Loiterer gives an interesting dissertation on the much abused alarm clock, declaring it an unnecessary device. Com ment is made on different kinds of men, and Loiterer prefers the lazy man who confesses laziness yet docs not practice it. The trouble is that the lnzy man if he awakens at the time he should get tip in the morn lug, fails to do so. That is a proof of laziness. The alarm clock docs more than awaken it calls. In those strenuous times the lazy man is lost in the shtifllc. No one wants him. A life of case and leisure is a fine thing, but many who can well afford It do not take advantage o...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 20 September 1912

In OUR DRESSER LINE IS COMPLETE in EVERY RESPECT DDAK 1 -Jj I We handle the Famous Empire dressers. The name stands for Quality. Every dresser has distinct fea tures which distinguish it from any other line on the market. vThey are made of Oak, Birdseye Maple and Mahogany Notice the three secret drawers for ,your jewels, gloves, etc. Every dresser is made with groved slides so that it is impossible for the drawers to stick, is also made with patent hinge so that the glass may be removed without a screw driver. Are finished in POLISHED, DULL AND it V m W Bought direct from the factory by the car load GOLDEN WAX See Our Display HOMEFURNISHERS S0-03 Local News. P. G. Magill is having a small dwelling erected on Olympla street, o O. S. Haines, the painter, with .his family, are "hopping the hops" up the valley. o Mrs. C. Ilanna has returned from Rend, Oregon, and will make her permanent home here. o The Regal Range on sale at the Peninsula Hardware is a bargain at $36.00. See it at once...

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. — 20 September 1912

THE JOHNSTONE'S TOGGERY STOCK Wm 'flWHKra rX77SI WfctttffW Since the Bankrupt Sale opened the weather has btcn warm; the summer things were sold. There remains in the stock the best bargains of the most seasonable goods. People do not buy fall clothing, hats, caps, uaini underwear and warm hosiery when the temperature is like it has been since the sale opened September ioth. The Sale will continue up to and including September 26th Our previous ads. have not named prices particularly but have simply said a reduction of one third from the price as marked by Mr. Jt hustone. Tliis has been carried out and still continues. Of the large stock the summer things have gone first, but as we stated above, the best bai gains are still to be had and here are the figures to prove it. Ladies1 Sweaters Ucfjulftr price, $2.50 " 3.00. " 3.50. " 5.00. .Sale price $1.67 . " " 2.00 " " 2.33 . " " 3.35 Underskirts Regular price, ?1. 25 Sale price ? .87, 1.75 " " 1.17' A very good assortment of Ilnir Swi...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 27 September 1912

HMnrtrnl Society ST. JOHNfe REVIEW 1 if I GET IN THE HABIT f IT'S NOW UP TO YOU Toiubtcrlb for THIS Pajwr All tht nwi while It I) new It our motli , Call In and enroll Ol drrtllnr la THIS Ppf nnd you'll DMtrrttrat It, Be tin nt one and liMp rlf ht at Devoted to the Interest of (be Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center ol the Northwest VOL. 3 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 19x2. NO. 47 Darrow's Speech Clarence Darrow has come and gone. In addressing his hearers at the Hcilig theatre recently, the powers of the man as a steakcr in swaying those of his hearers, who naturally would go to hear him be cause of their leanings, stood pre eminently forth. He did not say anything that is new, or novel, or grand In the sense thnt the uttcrauccs by htm might be handed down to history, but his speech was in short, cpl- grauiatic sentences, and the tone one of contempt and bitter irony to wards the existing systems of in dustry and of government. Hu seemed to feel sore at everything that ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 27 September 1912

H ,,"Wn ig'iiilriiBii II THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Publlahed Evory Friday At 117 Woat Burlington SUeot. TirK ttitvtKW Is entered at post office In Ritlnt tolms. Oreeon. as mull matter of tlic second claw under the Act of Con gress of March 3, 1879, OmcUl Nrwipjper of the City of 8U Joluu. Subiorlptlon prlea $1.00 per year. Tlmt St. Johns "do grow' none onn deny. The fnct that 133 more tmtills enrolled this year tlmtt Inst in the tml)lic schools is convincing evidence thtil this must be true It must nlso be n nd fspu tlle evidence tlmt St. Johns is rapidly approach inn. if it lms not already icachcd, the 6.000 mnrk. Other evidences tire nn hicreahed and insistent de mnnd for vncnnt houses, which is keeping the realty men on the jump to supply. Verily bt. Jolins is on the Brow rind nothing enn bend her off. 1 t It Is said tlmt the Ilurriinnn peo ple have been hiveiitiiratiiiir the water front here rnther minutely of lnte with a view of csttilJlishhiK Inrc docks for hnndliti...

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. — 27 September 1912

Jr m W r OUR DRESSER LINE IS COMPLETE in EVERY RESPECT We handle the Famous Empire dressers. t The name J U UWViiU KJ XVX X, WWII WJ w. -ww ww-- ' tures which distinguish it from any other line on the market. They are made of Oak, Birdseye Maple and Mahogany ill MR Notice the three secret drawers for your jewels, gloves, etc. Every dresser is made withgroved slides so that it is impossible for the drawers to stick, is also made with patent hinge so that the glass may be removed without a screw driver. Are finished in POLISHED, DULL AND GOLDEN WAX Bought direct from the factory by the car load See Our Display HOME IFURMMIEKJ 50-03 JERSEY ST. t M Local News. t This September weather Is hard Jjo beat. V o The Regal Range on sale at the 'Peninsula Hardwurc Is a bargain at $36.00. See It at once. o Weavers wantetl at the Portland Woolen Mills. Steady work. Ap ply to Mr. Churchill, overseer. 48c The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Commercial club will meet on Tues day afternoon, Octoler ist, at ...

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. — 27 September 1912

urn- m CONDUCT THREE WILL BE OUR BUSINESS IN ST. JOHNS BEGINNING NEXT TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1 st r Men's Furnishings In the Holbrook block the store with the white front. This stock will be in creased as the needs develope. The Sincerity line of clothes, Flor sheim Shoes, Stetson Hats, Icle and Cluett Shirts and Arrow Collars will be maintained. We have given the man agement of this store over largely to Mr. L. E. Rose. It will be a store exclusively for men and young men and will be kept open late enough in the evening to accomo date men who can only buy their goods after six o'clock. Credit accounts of onlv reasonable nmnnnts will hp. carried with vnsnons- t ible parties but the bills will be settled at the place the account is contracted, f 1 Women's Furnishings Next to the grocery. In this store will 5 be carried a larger line of Ladies' and t Children's Dresses, a more complete i line of Notions, Underwear, Hosiery, Neckwear and a better line of Suitings 1 and Wash Goods. There will...

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. — 4 October 1912

Hhlorlui Sot, ST. JOHNS REVIEW 4T i IT'S NOW UP TO YOU Toiubucriba (or THIS Pipr AU the ncwi while II I nam It our tnolli , Call In and nroll GET IN THE HABIT Ot admtUlac la THIS Vtptt andyoa'llaartrrttrttlt. pe. I In at one and knp rlht at II 1 1 Devoted to the Inlcreiti of the Penlntula. the Manufacturing Center ot the Northwest VOL. 8 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBKU 4; 191a. ' . Ski. NO. 48 Ineffectual Reformers High School Notes Parcels Post Bill Rolling in Wealth The Bonville System Council Proceedings Stands High For the benefit of the undis cerning, it is here stated thut this is not an apology for intem perance, neither ia It a would-be arguments against fighting in temperance. It is a- protest against the futility of the in temperate trying to fight intern perance. As there are degrees, so are there varieties of intemperance sins, all of them.against God's sober law. Temptation toward intemperance of one kind or an other comes to all or us, and so long as we yield to our...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 4 October 1912

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Published Erorjr Frldnjr At 117 Went Uurllnirton Btroot. Tun Rkvibw is cnlccl nt jst office In Snlnt lohns. Oreiton, n ninil matter of the second clniw under the Act of Con ,!rcMOf March J, 1879. Officii! Nmptper of ths Oltr of lit. Jo tun. Subscription price $1.00 paryenr. Tliuro should be Home rii-finitc movumont liiiitic; toward M-eurinK tho trutle and nrodmv of the farmurs of the Tualatin Valloy in much lrrtiater volume than now obtains. It would seem like a irood plan for a number of our buBinosH men to visit the Valley in a bodv and make an earnest ondoavor to induce the ranchers in that locality to make St. Johns Ihtiir diHtributmir center. With the splendid new free fi rry mak- lmr throu trins hourly across the rivor thero can be no uood reason for pormittinir the bulk of the woat nide busineH to find its way to Portland. St. .JohnK is tho logical trading point and the farmors shold be made to realize Ibid. A trip thither could do no harm...

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. — 4 October 1912

11 fr FOUR BIG STORES homeTfurNISHERS 501-03 JERSEY sr. PORTLAND ST. JOHNS VANCOUVER SALEM THESE STOVES ARE MADE IN ST. JOHNS We have a large line of coal, wood, com bi nation a n d box stoves. "All at very low prices. ILf' Positively the best Heat er for the price, $9.90 Another good one Price $13.50 $1 down, $1 weekly GET OUR PRICES ON COMFORTS AND BLANKETS AND YOU WILL SAVE MONEY I I Mauic L Get an electric hend treatment 'or PLOCd. lWb. h , ! mn83'aRe nt Giimore'a UarberrSliop. ,1 A. W. Davis has about com- L. S. Bussell of Kennewick, .pleted a nobby littlo residence on Wash., has moved to this city. East Richmond street. v B. T. Leggett of Nowberg Found A Rebekah emblem, tfreoted his old friends in this Owner may havo same by calling city this week. upon Carl Nelson and paying for Clyde 0. Holers and wife havo this notice, returned from a pleasant visit Tho Commercial club meets on in North Yakima. Monday evening for the purpose Frank Tufts has begun con- of electing officials ...

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. — 4 October 1912

. JL r A 'Fine 'Showing -ordinance-no. 507 Thannnunl report of tha'L'orb .land Uailwny, Lfjrht & Power Comnany. of Portland. Oroiron. to tlio Stato Railway Commission was filed Tuesday. It covers the fiscal ncriod from June 30, 1911, to June 30. 1912. The company operates in 14 citiofl and towns in Oregon. It lias U36.b miles 01 railway, and electric liuht sta tions in all the towns in which it operates. The not income out of which must Do paid taxes, oonu The C tv of SL Johns does or 1 1 1 1. 1? ji 1 . r . iniorost anu neprecianon on mo h n ns Fn ows: railway division, on June oO, That, whereas, under provis- I'JIZ. lor uie prcccainif year was nnn of tho chnrtur nf thu (J tv $1,440,487.97. The net income 0fgu Johns pertaining to said of the Light and Power division imnrovement bonds and the sale was $1,851,80 4.08. I he operating thereof, applications have been died with th 'An tOrdlnatice Directing and Requiring the Gity Record er to Sell Certain Improvc- .nicnt Bonds of the C...

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. — 11 October 1912

"'fre. Sotefj ST. JOHNS REVIEW f HW , a., -WIKl y GET IN THE HABIT j Of adwOalat In THIS Papar J an4)roa'llaattrrfratlt. He IT'S NOW UP TO YOU ToiubKflb lor THIS l'ar All tbi ntwi hlU It li nawi li our mold. Call In and anroll ln at oacaaaa1 kaap flaht al II J 4aaii Devoted (o the Intertill of tbe I'enlniul. the Manufacturing Center of the Northweit VOL. 8 ST. JOHNS, ORKGON, FRIDAY, OCTOMiU it. 191a. NO. 7 Employing Interests Democratic Rally Big Oil Center Council Proceedings A World Power A Pleasant Event The Bonville System At a meeting recently held in Portland, which was attended by merchants, manufacturers, pro perty owners and employers of all kinds, including also some large threshermen anu ngncui tural interests, the suject of pro nnind lio-tslnf inn to enmn ni) 1)0 fore the electorate in November was discussed from a practical standpoint, and coming ospec inllv nndor M10 mmervisinn of the meeting was that form of legislation, which is proposed and favored by the labor unio...

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. — 11 October 1912

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW DV A. W. MARKLE Published Every Krldny At 117 Went Uurllngton Street. TllK RKVIRW In entered nt jol office In tiliix. nrni-im. n tnnll tlinttor of Die scooini clnw umler the Act ol Coif remol Mnrcli 3, 1879. OfflcUt MtwnPf of ! Oltf of (It. Johns. Subscription prlc SI. 00 par yenr. TI10 Model Laundry at tliu foot of I'ltUibiux street wh complete ly aonwimod by fire thin morninjr tit 5H16. The alnrm wa turned in after Uie (ltitnes liad fri! such headway that they could not bo atayed. The fire department rendered moat efficient aid in niving adjoining property. The flre boat from Portland made low time in reaching the scene. The Delaware fire department of Portland, and the police patrol iiIro made their appearance. Tho laundry wan one of the mo.st modern and finely equipped in tho Northwout. We understand it was insured for $7,000. In all probability tho plant will be immediately rebuilt. The fire was apparently of incendiary or igin, as tho fires in the engine w...

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. — 11 October 1912

ORDINANCE NO. 509 P 5 JSLs SATURDAY and MONDAY October 1 2 and 1 4 0 Solid Copper Boilers only $3.5 $2.25 AT homeTfurNISHERS SO 1-03 JERSEY ST. i - Everything for the Home at Cheaper Prices Stores in PORTLAND, ST. JOHNS, VANCOUVER, SALEM fffl The city of St. lolms docs ordntn nil follows: That the council 1ms considered the imposed nsscssiiicnt for imtirovltiir Fcsscndctl street from the westerly side Hue of Iliichaimn street to the westerly side line of Osweuo street in the city of St. Johns, Oregon, nnd all objections made tiiercto, nnit Hereby nsccrtmns.dcterniincs nnd declnrcs the whole cost of said Im provement in manner provided by Ordl tinncc No. 475 lobe the sum of 7.498.07. and that the spcclnl nttd pcculinr benefits accruing to each lot or part there of or txirccl of land within the ns sesstucnt district, by reason of said lui irovcinciii nun tu just proportion to sucn KMiefits, arc in the rcsitectlvc nmounts set optx)sltc the number or description of cucli lot or part the...

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. — 11 October 1912

The Bonville System ordinance no. 507 dr. rambo The tree must bo torn out by its roots. Take hood, therefore, and remornbor these few thoughts: that if a man invest money in a company organized under this systenij and that man owe money to outside interests at the time of his investment, and through stock being non-transferable un der this system ho is the loser by the transaction; that it is not the fault of the system, but is the direct result of poor manage ment on the part of the investor. If a man loses in purchasing transferable stock, and knowing the same disposes of this stock to another, it is pure swindle. If the man buys stock that does not mature at once into a paying proposition, and before the time of the advancement in these stocks, he should through (lis- rntiriiiriimimt ril' IiT4imifn Hull same, hois robbing himself or "rpvcmenU being robbed by the person who ''0,'H!8' nn(I' persuades him to sell. Practi cally speaking.stock transferring means robbery to some one no...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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