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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 20 December 1912

Historical Society .ml' ST. JOHNS I second in number of Induttriet. Ii seventh in population. Can to Portland every 20 min. Hat navigable water on 3 tides. Hat finest gat and electricity. Hat two strong banks. Has five large school houses. Has abundance of purest water. Has hard surface ttreett. Hat extensive tewcrage tyslem. Has fine, modern brick city hall. Has payroll of $93,000 monthly. Ships monthly 2,000 cars freight. All railroads have access to it. Is gateway to Portland harbor. Climate ideal and healthful. ST. JOHNS Hat seven churches. Has a most promising future. Diitinctivelynmnnufacturing city Adjoin the city of Portland. Has nearly 6,000 population. Has a public library. Taxable property, f4.500.000. Has large dry docks, snw mills Woolen mills, iron works, Stove works, asbestos factory, Ship building plant, Veneer and excelsior plant, Flour mill, planing mill, Box factory, and other. More industries coming. St. Johns is the place for YOU. ST. JOHNS REVIEW Devoted (o the...

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. — 20 December 1912

0 THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Published Every Friday At 117 Wont UurHngton Strcot. Tun Rkvirw is entered nt post office In Saint Johns, OrcKon, ns umll ninttcr of the second class under the Act of Con gress of March 3, 1879. OfflclU K(wippr of tbi Olty of BU John. Subscription prlo $1.00 per year. Wouldn't the chcor of Christ mas time be greatly enhanced if there was an unwritten law per mitting only of the exchange of Christmas cards or inexpensive remembrances? Since it has boon commercialized its approac is a matterof alarm to the one with a slender nocket book and many friends. It is not the value of the present, but the snirit in which it is given that counts. Christmas never should bo made a season of burden am stretchintr the credit. But sue it la today. A change to exponsive remembrances would bo heartily greeted by all. I he vinuicativeness in some mortals is almost insatiable The morning after that blot upon civilization that took place alba lem last Friday, the O...

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. — 20 December 1912

ft I Your Christmas Shopping Early ThU year wc nrc showing the most complete line of Christmas goods, nnd can please the most discrim inating. No trouble to show goods. 1'IANO VOTKS OIVIJN WITH tiVURY CUNT PURCHASE. CrQ NOTICE!! Ti Christmas Buyers It will pay you to get our prices on holiday goods We will positively close out our St. Johns Store February 28, 1913 You can buy at a great saving until that ;! time and our stock is very complete NOTHING RESERVED, EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD Local News. Xmas goods of nil kinds at the orth Bank. ' A. Isenliath, formerly foreman of tho St. Johns Lumber Co.'s mills, has gono to Senttle. , For tho next 10 davs. wo will sell our chinawaro nt reduced priccs.-E. 13. Clark, 307 S. Jer sey. J ' . A good second hand leather Davenport at Calof Bros, cheap: also second hand heater and cook stove. Don't fail to hear tho Christ mas cantata, "King of Kings," - at tho Methodist church Sunday ovonlng, Dec. 22, by fifteen voices jcorner Leavitt and Hayes. Mu...

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 December 1912

The Bonville 99-Year System VERSUS The Old Financial System By Frank Bonville. After careful study we come to the conclusion that over 80 per cont of the money lost in corporations organized under the old system was not lost on the demerits of the proposition, but through the looseness of the old system of organizing corpora tions. It is a fact that under this system hundreds of good propositions die in their shell, as it were, because it is not to the interest of the minority to push them. In other words, they wore not to the best inter ests of those in control, and so long as the control is in the hands of the minority the best interest of the people will not be conserved. The United States has a popu lation of ninety-three millions of people. About three hundred thousand of these represent the great wealth of the country, but they don't control it. The con trol lies in the hands of less than twenty-five persona. Think of it! Twenty-live persons doing the financing for ninety-thre...

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. — 27 December 1912

ST. JOHNS It second in number of Induttriei. It seventh In population. Cms to Portland every 20 min. Has navigable water on 3 sides. Has finest gas and electricity. Has two strong banks. Has five large school houses. Has abundance of purest water. Has hard surface streets. Has extensive sewerage system. Has fine, modern brick city hall. Has payroll of 95,000 monthly. Ships monthly 2,000 cars freight. All railroads have access to it. Is gateway to Portland harbor. Climate ideal and healthful. ST. JOHNS Has seven churches. Has a most promising future. Distinctively n manufacturing city Adjoins the city of Portland. Has nearly 6,000 population. Has n public library. Taxable property, H500.000. Has largo dry docks, saw mills Woolen mills, iron works, Stove works, asbestos factoiy, Ship building plant, Veneer and excelsior plant, Flour mill, planing mill, Box factory, find others. More industries coming. St. Johns is the place for YOU. ST. JOHNS REVIEW Devoted (o the Interest of the Peni...

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. — 27 December 1912

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Published Evory Friday At 117 West Durlington Street. Tint RKVIRW is entered nt post oflice in Saint Johns, Oregon, ns mail matter of the second class under the Act of Con gress of Mnrch 3, 1879. Official Nswtpsper of the Olty of flt JohJU. Subscription price $1.00 par year. A younc woman living near Syracuse has just died ns the re sult, of n 'Moke." Someone null ed a chair from under her while she was out in company, "there was a general laugn, m wmci she joined to hide her pain," am. she died of peritonitis at a nos nital four dnvs afterward. Nex July there will be a chance for some of her humorous friends to sot tt cannon cracker under somebody's chair, says the Buffalo Express. It is wood have minds that see the pleasant side of life 111 thnt way. 1 The project launched by the Commercial club last week to so cure and maintain continuous forrv service is most surely move in the ritfht direction, ant something that should come to pass with the...

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 December 1912

MAIL BOXES i u 5- NOTICE!! To Holiday Buyers It will pay you to get our prices on holiday goods 28, 1913 We will positively close out pur Johns Store February You can buy at a great saving until that time and our stock is very complete NOTHING RESERVED, EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD HOMEFURNISHERS SO 1-03 JERSEYSL Opposite Postoffice, St. Johns, Oregon Local News. Congregational church Sun dny school 10 a. m.; preaching, 11 and 7:30 p. m. Special music. All invited. A good second hand leather Davenport at Calef Bros, cheap; also second hand heater and cook stove. For Rent 5 room houso nico- ly furnished. $10 including water and light Call Col. COS, Mrs. Soule. As usual, Oregon Christmas trees lent holiday cheer to Cnli fornians. One steamer carried 1200 trees south. Aviators in Germany are paid $37 a month that and death accounting for the scarcity of German aviators. "A woman always blames her lawyer when she loses," a New York attorney exclaims. Prob ably because he's assured her sho ca...

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 December 1912

i 'How to Qrow Tall. A man's organs und tliosu of his hones which nro not subjected to presmire grow continuously until lie In forty years old thnt Is to nny, tlio lienrt should become HtroiiKcr. the cnpuclty of tlio luncpt iucreiise nnd the bruin should develop steadily until tlio fourth deendo of life. Also one should weiir n larger hot at the nso of forty than nl thirty. A man ceases to rtow tall, how ever, nt the boglnnltiR of tho third dec ode, because nfter that time the down word pressure exerted by tho weight of tho body while In the erect position compresses tho vertebrae or small bones In the spine, the disks of cartl- Iiiro botween them, the pelvis and the thigh lone. mid this pressure over comoH the tmturnl olnsllelty of the disks NtHl the growth of those bones. However, it llrltlsh scientist contends flint were man n qundruped nnd there fore freed from the downwnrd pros mire produced by his weight upon his spinal column he would continue to grow In lidKht for ton years ...

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 January 1913

ii i iiiim rn 1 1 iiiph ippi pun mi i - Historical Society ST. JOHNS It second In number of Industries, Ii seventh in population. Can to Portland every 20 mln. Has navigable water on 3 tidea. Hai (inet gas and electricity. Hat two strong bank. Hat five large school houses. Has abundance of purest water. Has hard surface streets. Has extensive sewerage system. Has fine, modern brick city hall. Has payroll of $95,000 monthly. Ships monthly 2,000 cars freight. All railroads have access to it. Is gateway to Portland harbor. Climate ideal and healthful. ST. JOHNS Has seven churches. Has n most promising future. Distinctively a manufacturing city Adjoins the city of Portland. Has nearly 6,000 population. Has a public library. Taxable property, J4.500.000. Has large dry docks, saw mills Woolen mills, iron works, Stove works, asbestos factory, Ship building plant, Veneer and excelsior plant, Flour mill, planing mill, Dox factory, and other. More industries coming. St. Johns Is the place for...

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 January 1913

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Published Every Friday At 117 West Burlington Street. Tint RKVIHW is entered nt post office In Saint Johns, Oregon, ns tnnil mnttcr of the second class tinder the Act of Con (tress of March 3, 1879, OfflcUl Ntwiptper or tli Otty of lit. John. Subscription prlco $1,00 par year. Time and again we have been urged and even threatened with loss of business if we did not make a fight on the water com pany. To make it clear, it is not our purpose or intention to fight the water company or any other institution in St. Johns, unless we know beyond penal venture of a doubt that wrong lias boon done. Wo love fair play too woll to bo either cajoled or coorceu into wronging any pouy or anyining. 11 we were absolutely sure that the water company was chnririnir 5' fj, its . o -: Tying Up the Dog. Haying bought a dog that he ad mlrod, a man of obstinate will under- took to buy a dog collar. The dog had a neck nearly as big as his head, and ttio dealer advised th...

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. — 3 January 1913

MAIL BOXES 4 HEATERS ! HEATERS! Big Reduction on all Heating Stoves These Heaters are the same heaters we have ever handled for sever al years. We are not cutting the price because they are dead stock, but because we are GOING OUT OF BUSINESS Second Hand Ranges and Large Cook Stoves at a Bargain New Pipe Free With All Ranges And Cook Stoves No. 18, regular $13.50, only $11.00 15 per cent Discount on No.' 18. regular $12.00, only S 9.50 No. 20, " 15.50, " 13.00 ox n No. 20 " 14.00. "11.60 iNO. zz, iu.ou, l'l.uu iic vjt. uuniia nctiiuc No. 22, 1G.00, 13.00 25 per cent discount on on all Malle able Ranges Air tight homeIfuMISHERS Heaters 501-03 JiRsersr. at Cost rrwiv"M m -fir n Local News. Chickens for sale. 502 Tioga. Your prescription is handled by experts here. North Bank Pharmacy. E. S. Wright mado a business trip to Hood River, the latter part of last week. Everything must go. Iron beds, cribs, dressers, chiffoniers at great reduction. Seo closing out sale. Calof Bros. In tho lig...

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 January 1913

Amsrleana and Soap. Thcro 1 n serious nlwoiico of cake ponp from tho hotels on the tourist bolt of west Scotland, and nearly all of the ponp supply is In liquid or powder form A correspondent of tho London Cliroii lclo reports tliat tho ejjray and tho trie klo wero safeguards against tno inn hoes. No American tourist, he wan told, can boo n liotol enko of tump with out putting it in his pocket) provided ho Is unobserved. "They nro a Bplciv did peoplo to deal with," wild ono of tho liotol keepers, "but unchained, port ablo soap Is their undoing." "That matter of soap is ono of tho international minrrols of manners," ol serves tho Chronicle. "Tho whitest American Is ns dishonest about n cake of soap as tho blackest of his com patriots Is nboiit chickens. Ho will steal anybody's enko of soap. "And Just ncro.n tho channel you find countries where you carry your owi soap nnd would nn soon think of public enko of soap ns of u public toothbrush." Whan Right Gesmed Wrong. llrown, n stranger...

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 January 1913

H'orJt0J Society ST. JOHNS I second in number of Industries. It seventh in population. Cat to Portland every 20 min. Hai navigable water on 3 tides. Has finest gas and electricity. Has two strong banks. Has fivo large school houses. Has abundance of purest water. Has hard surface streets. Has extensive sewerage system. Has fine, modern brick city hall. Has payroll of $95,000 monthly. Ships monthly 2,000 cars freight. All railroads have access to it. It gateway to Portland harbor. Climate ideal and healthful. ST. JOHNS Has seven churchss. Ha a most promising future. Distinctively a manufacturing city Adjoins the city of Portland. Has nearly 6,000 population. Has a public library. Taxable property, f4.50O.O0O. Has large dry docks, taw mill Woolen millt, iron works, Stove works, asbestos factory. Ship building plant, Veneer and exceltior plant, Plour mill, planing mill, Box factory, and others. More industries coming. St. Johns it the place for YOU. ST. JOHNS REVIEW Devoted to the Inte...

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 January 1913

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE I I Published Every Friday At X17 Wost Burlington Street. Tim Ritvntw Is entered nt post office In Sntnt Joints, Oregon, ns mail mnttcr of the second class under the Act ol Con Spring Fashions 9f ff 99 9 gress of March 3, 1879. omcUl Hewspiper of th Oltr of BU John. Subscription price $1.00 par year. ORDINANCE NO. 523 j.r-f j''',?'' il II IMP' 1. AN ORDINANCE APPROVING AND ADOPTING THE SUR VEY, PLAT AND WRITTEN REPORT OF THE CITY EN GINEER OF THE CITY OF ST. JOHNS. OREGON, IN THE MATTER OF THE OP ENING. LAYING OUT, ES- TARLISHING EXTENDING AND CHANGING TYLER STREET SIXTY FEET IN WIDTH FROM THE SOUTH ERLY PROPERTY LINE OF CENTRAL AVENUE SOUTH- TO THE NORTHERLY LINE OF ST. JOHNS HEIGHTS ADDITION TO THE CITY OF ST. JOHNS, OREGON. The City of St. Johns 1I008 or dain as follows: Whorcas the City Council of tho Citv of St. Johns. Orouon, dooms it oxpudiont to o)on, lay out, ox tend, establish and change T.vlor Street sixty foot in width from the southe...

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 January 1913

ORDINANCE NO. 524 il ST JOHNS RANGES More sold in St. Johns the past two years than all other makes combined 15 Per Cent Discount, During Our Closing Out Sale 25 Per Cent. Discount on Malleable Ranges Prices Reduced on Stove Pipe Stove Boards Door Mats Linoleum Royal Granite Ware and all Cooking Utensils Tubs Wash Boards Boilers Etc., Etc. Heating Stoves cut to the lowest possible price. AIR TIGHT HEATERS AT COST Kitchen Lamps at your' own price Dinner Sets $3.00 to $8.00 Remember that the earlier you come the better selection you get THE GOODS MUST BE SOLD homeifurNISHERS ; r-03 JERSEY sr. 501- Local News. Magazines of all publishers. "Currin says so." Gilmore's Uarber Shop n spe cialty on chllilrtriis' hair cutting. ' f!nrnnf. nnmnlea for rtlirs sold bolow coat at Cnlcf Bros. sale. Your prescription is handled" 'bv exnorts hero. North Bank Pharmacy. I If you "want prompt delivery of wood, call Cochrnn-NuttitiR & Co. , Phone Col. 554. 415 So. Hayes street. 29tf I We carry a ful...

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 January 1913

Cap Able to Be Out Cnptain B. L. Snow is able to be out again. He suffered an accident on the 10th of Decem ber that caused his enforced hi bernation in his home for 27 days. He gives the following account of his accident: He was about to .board an Oregon City car at Alder and Second street, Portland. The car was inuf ninii( fnuhirf-. AnnHmr man had just preceded him to the nlntfnrm. niul f ho fountain tilaccd one foot on the stop and was about to swing liimsell onto tne platform when the car started with a jerk. Mr. Snow had one it cm full nf limullart and with the other had a grip on the car. The sudden start threw luni on and he fell heavily to the hard K With difllcultv he was able to scramble up, and ho sent for his unvsician, in bt. .Inlma When t ho nlivKicinn at I'ivfwl Ihi foiled In make a nhvsi cal examination, and thought the cnptain would got along all right after his nerves had become settled. Later in the presence of a railway official the same physician stated that no ...

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. — 10 January 1913

Supplement to the St. Johns Review, January 10, 1913 Now is the time that you need that hot water bottle. Currin says so. Picture framing done tit Portland prices at II. I. Clark's, the fund tttrc man. tf Did you ever try Nyals Cherry Cough Syrup for that irritating persistent cough? North Bank Pharmacy. For Sale A few choice white Leghorns pullets- Young strain. W. Lorcnzen, G13 Myers street, St Johns. The Bachelor club gave its January dancing party last even ing in the rink. It was well at tended, as usual,, and the oc casion thoroughly enjoyed. The party holding the second number, 8173, on the December phonograph at the St. Johns Pharmacy must present same be fore Jnn.12, otherwise the phon ograph will go to tho holder of the third number. About n dozen mail taxes for receiving mail have been placed in various points of the city in order to save citizens tho troublo of going to tho postoflico to mail letters. Now if some one would invent a nickle in the slot ma chine whereby an ...

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 January 1913

ST. JOHNS li second in number of Industries. In seve tMin population. Cars to Portland every 20 min. Hai navigable water on 3 sides. Has finest gas and electricity. Has two strong banks. Has five large school houses. Has abundance of purest water. Has hard surface streets. Has extensive sewerage system. Has fine, modern brick city hall. Has payroll of J95.000 monthly. Ships monthly 2,000 cars freight. All railroads have access to it. Is gateway to Portland harbor. Climate ideal and healthful. ST. JOHNS Has seven churches. Has n most promising future. Distinctively n manufacturing eity Adjoins the citv of Portland. Has nenrly 6.000 population. 1 Ins a public library. Taxable property, f-1,500.000. Has large dry docks, mvf mills Woolen mills, iron works, Stove works, asbestos factory, Ship building plant, Veneer and excelsior plant, Flour mill, planing mill, Dox factory, and others. More industries coming. St. Johns is the place for YOU. ST. JOHNS REVIEW Devoted to (be Interest of the...

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 January 1913

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW DY A. W. MARKLE I I Published Evory Friday At 117 Went liurllngton Street. Tint Rrtvimv is entered nt twst office hi Saint Johns, Orchil, tvs ninll matter Spring Fashions OWL of tuc second class turner me aci oi .ou grcss of March 3, J879. OfflcUl KiWfptpar of tb City of Bt Johns. Subscription prlco $1.00 per year. Dr. Mary Walker says that the wholesale use of onions will pre vent such dreaded diseases as small pox. She advises that the lawns he covered with them, the Htroota and back yards of homes. She tells us that we can make ourselves immune by boiling thorn, frying them and eating thorn and by living in an atmos phere where their fragrant aro ma is ascending to high heaven. If the germs of the small pox and other diseases have a sense of smell, wo are sure that Dr. Walk er is correct. 1 We arc indebted to Attorney George J. Perkins for giving us the straight of it regarding Wil lamette boulevard. More than any other man, he is conversant with the facte in...

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 January 1913

The Library Local News. J. T. Mayes Is numbered with tho sick this week. Gihnore's Barber Shop a spe cialty on childrcns' hair cutting. Second hand ranges and cook ! stoves closed out cheap at oaiei Dros. L. S. Roat is erecting a tem porary dwelling on South Ivanhoe street, i One service, ono quality. THE BEST. CURRINS FOR: DRUGS. ) Mlaa T.nntmln Dnvfs has iust recovered from a severe attack of la grippe. Ynn fin not wnnt chean work. but vou do want good work) cheap. See G. W. Overstreet, 811 S. Jersey. The Young Men's Baraca class of the Baptist church will give a "Shadow" social in their class room this evening. Consult us froely and often on all drug matters. That's our business and the service is yours for the asking. CURRINS FOR DRUGS. When you want a reliable medicine for a cough or cold take Chamberlain's C ugh Remedy. If nnn nlwnvs ho denended unon and is pleasant and safo to take. For sale by all dealers. Snow is not much of a success in St Johns. Two snowfalls have been ma...

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