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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 21 February 1913

1 THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW" BY A. W. MARKLE Published Every Friday At 117 West Burlington Street. FEBRUARY SAVINGS Tint Rkvikw Is entered nt post office in Saint Johns, Oregon, na mail ninttcr of the second class under the Act of Con gress of March 3, 1879, OfflcUl Hswipsper of tht Gtij of Bt. Johns. Subscription prlco $1.00 per year. The Commercial club has start cd an investigation into the rates chanred by the Pacific Telephone and Toloirranh Co. It seems to vis that this is a most fertile field for inveatiiration. Judirlntr from the rates charged for telephone service in smaller and more isolated districts, the rates churgod in St. Johns are astound ingly outrageous. At Hood Ki vor, for instance, wo understand the rules established for resi dence nhone is only one dollar nor month. These lines extend far out into the valley wher patrons live far apart and many niJhm nf linn nrn rwitlirod to re II dor service. We believe it is safe to say that for ouch mile c line in Hood Kivor valle...

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. — 21 February 1913

20 Cents for (Mattings t ' ? 5 : 1 We 1 4 It will during Local News. 25 per cent discount on Hrnss Beds. Cnlef Bros. A.S. Benson is spending n few weeks in California. George Foss lins returned from a year's stay in Wisconsin. II. Whistler is having nn addi tion built to his residence. For basement work, see V. W. Mason, phone Columbia G8. For Ront Strictly Modern 9 roomhouso. 109 West Burr street. Taxes aro duo onco more, a fact which the property owner contemplates with disapproval. Ted Sloan was awarded the horse and buggy of Pascal Hill's, which was raffled 6iT lust Satur day. Mrs. B. T. Leggett of New berg, Oregon, is a guest of her daughter, Mrs. D. F. Horsman, this week. You do not want cheap work, but you do want good work cheap. Seo G. W.- Overstreet, 311 S. Jersey. For all kinds of plastering, brick and cement work, see Page & Shay, 215 South Kellogg street Phono Columbia C50. Joaquin Miller, the poet of the Sieras, died near San Francisco Monday. He was the most pic t...

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. — 21 February 1913

i Birthday Celebration Sunday, Feb. lGth, was Marion Murphy's twenty-first birthday and in the evening of the 17th about 23 of his yountf friends assembled at his father's resi dence. It was a very complete surprise and a lasting pleasure to Marion, and his generous young friends appeared to enjoy the occasion as only the young and happy can. After some time was spent in games and other amusements refreshments were served and duly disposed of. A number of presents wore presented to Mar ion on behalf oi tnoso present as a testimony of their regard and at a late hour the guests demirtod annarent v hnnnv over the pleasure they had afforded one of their friends. Those -.resent were as follows: Gladys Salamond, Clara Pyeatt Marv C. Drown. Doris Davie Margaret Hassi, May Bellamy, Esther L. I' ltterer. I'lorencc Da vis. Frances Miller. Lillian Woiso, Pearl Deymer, Mrs. Susie Carpenter, Mrs. Kara Murpny .1 - 1 , rl 1 II II! ueuoy uroucniey.uoruon nening or. Fay Dollamy. Alfred iiacnin Karl ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 28 February 1913

"iorlcnl .Society St. Johns is Calling You It second in number of Induitries. It teve th irtpopulntion. Cart to Portland every 20 min. Hat navigable water on 3 sidei. Hat finest gat .and electricity. Hat two strong banks. Hat five large school houses. Has abundance of purest vater. Has hard surface streets. Has extensive sewerage system. Hat line, modern brick city hall. Hat payroll of $95,000 monthly. Shipt monthly 2,000 cart freight. All railroadt have access to it. la gateway to Portland harbor. Climate Ideal and healthful. St. Johns is Calling You Hat teven churches. Has a most promising future. Distinctively n manufacturing city Adjoins the city of Portland. Has nearly 6,000 population. Hat a public library. Taxable property, f4.500.000. Hat large dry docks, taw millt Woolen mills, iron workt, Stove works, asbestos factory, Ship building plant, Veneer and excelsior plant, Flour mill, planing mill, Box factor, and others. More Industries coming. St. Johns Is the place for YOU. S...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 28 February 1913

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW DY A. W. MARKLE Publlahod Evory Friday At 117 Wost llurllngton Stroot. FEBRUARY SAVINGS Thh Ruvntw Is entered nt post office In Saint Johns, Oregon, os mail mntter of the second class under the Act of Con gtcM of March 3, 1879, OfflelM Newipiper of tht OU7 of It. John. Subscription prlco $1.00 par year. -A r- 1 One cannot help but wonder why there are so many churches of various denominations. Why should there bo diirerent denom inations in church work, any way? One rcliirion is all that Christ taucht, and he preached no varioty or diirerent modes of procedure. It would seem that if mombers of the diirerent churches wore truly Christians they could assemble together in love and unity; under one church edifice. Ministers will preach co-operation and unity of pur poio, yet they do not advocate the same principles when it comes to denominational relig ion. It would be infinitely bet tor and much more economical if the diirerent denominations could join together, la...

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. — 28 February 1913

ORDINANCE NO. 530 i AN.TORDINANCE ADOPTING THE VIEWERS' REPORT IN . THE'MATTER OF THE OP , ENING, LAYING OUT, ES ' TABLISHING AND EXTEND ING 'OFJKELLOGG STREET SIXTY ( FEET " IN WIDTH FROM ITS PRESENT EAST ERLY if TERMINATION TO THE WESTERLY LINE OF RICHMOND STREET, AND APPROPRIATING A STRH OF LAND SIXTY FEET IN WIDTH BETWEEN THE TERMINI THEREOF AND ASSESSING THE DAMAGES AND BENEFITS THEREFOR. The City of St. Johns docs or dain us follows: Whereas, the viewers appoint ed by this council in the matter of the opening.luying out, estab lishing and extending of Kellogg street, sixty feet in width from its present easterly termination to the westerly line of Richmond street and appropriating therefor n Btrip of land sixty feet in width, have met pursuant to a resolution of the council and have viewed the said property to he appropriated and have assessed the damages and benefits there for and have made a written re port thereof, which said written report is filed with the City Re corder ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 28 February 1913

NOTICE OF FIRST ' MEETING OF EQUAL RIGHTS CO., INC. EDMONDSON CO. 203 S. Jersey Street Open Hours lioo lo sao mill 7 to gyb p. m Sundays; 2i30 to 5i30 The Library mm 01 i The now Books: Morris Roman IiiBtorical Tnioa. " -v Tho nrncipal ovonU of Komnn history from its foumlinur, lo its fall told in lively story form. Plymnton- now to become an Enirinoer. , The theoretical and practical training necessary in preparing lor me tiuiiea 01 uie civil uiiki neer. Sewall Lessons in Telegraphy. An elementary course in the art Of sending and receiving Morse telegraph signals. Wiggin- Cathedral Courtship, Wi son- Bumralow Book. Wilson Man who came back. The latest book of the author of the Land Claimcrs. Inner Flame- Burnham. A pleasant, sentimental love story ...111 -1 !..! i 1l...!i! wun a nui iiiiniHive i.nriHiiiui Science background. Cook Books: Vegetarian Cookery Payne. A manual of cheap and whole some diet Consolidated library of Moti on! Cooking and Household Hocipes Christine Terhunc Il...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 28 February 1913

t 5T. JOHNS REVIEW PART TWO ST. JOHN'S. OilKHON', FRIDAY. FKHItl'AItY 28. 11)13. FOUR PAGES 1 t Public Playground Is Glacier National Park Famous Resort in Northwest Has All the Grandeur of Wild In northern Montana, 200 miles north of Yollowstono National Park, lies ono of Undo Sam's newest play ground, Oluclor National Park. Com prising 013,000 acres and embracing In Its confines most of tho natural beauties tbat characterize, othors of the groat mountain resorts, with mag nificent ' lnkos shlmmorlng in God's free sunlight at tho bases of giant mountains, snow-clad nnd rugged; a total of 80 glaciers varying in area from a few acres to fivo squnro miles; flno, trickling mountain streams that, beginning as nothing, widen out into rushing, foaming torrents, to bury thomoolvcs in tho bosom of sotno lnko or to rush on west, north or south Into tho Pacific, Hudson Day or tho 0 u If of Mexico; green, restful glades lying along tho bank of mountain lnko or stream and onttclng tho pass ing ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 28 February 1913

1'ACiK TWO Antarctic Has First Cuptnin Scott, British Explorer, and Members of HU Party TiuonDiDs or rOLAB QUESTS. In 1IUS Sir John rrnklln sailed to Ui Arctic with two ships. Koni of the party u eTer seen alive again by civilised nun. Many ex peditions failed to find trace of Uie mlwtlnu explorer anil hli men until 1BW, when CapUtn McClin tock brought back the record of Blr John'a death in 18 17, with rellca Indicating that the enUre party had perUhed in King Williams Land. In 1H70 the bodies were found by Lieutenant Schwatka. In 1881 Lloutenaut Oeorge W. DeLong and Lieutenant Charles W. Orlpp, United Btatcs Navy, and rnoro than half Uie members of the Joanotte expedition perished in an attempt to reach the Slborian coast after their ship was crushed by ice. In 1881 Lieutenant James J. Lockwood and IB members of tho Orecloy expedition died of starva tion near Capo Sabluo. Tho others of tho party wero rescued by Cap tain W. 8. Schloy, who afterward became rear-admiral. In 1807 Lieut...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 28 February 1913

PAGE THREE City Orchestra Goes on Tour PertUmJ Sympkfmy OrgamtntMm Plana to Skew Itself Out tle ef Met report ef Oregon e Tin: ipisis symphony ea M draws near It flow th strength and .ultil.v of the Portland ftymphony or chestra It manifesting itself in forrl We manner. This efficient organisa lion of S musicians has the distinc tion of being tho only organisation of Ui kind that ever weathered nn rutin caion without a substantial subterlp patron an patronessr, writ-known music love r of the e4ty. Thug relieved from the financial strc, the orehestra rt about to fulfil it dream of aiding in every kII1o way to lift the ntu ieal Ideals of the people anil add to the lireatlth of the miulral education of the eity, J ti addition to tlx fine sym phony programs this year, it hn given several free concert to the school relt i eefil that It I probable that the eoaeerl gven tn Portland IVhtnary tt wtfl le repeated In Hnlero Mareh S. la addition ! giving the niwett at Halem Itofnrc the eMte of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 28 February 1913

PAGE FOUR Mechanical Phase of Canal Fred A. Cnlvin Telia of Elements Tlmt Enter Into the Great Pnnnma Waterway The Fan.imn oanal hns succeeded. That in now to ho taken for granted. Ilcforo bo very long It will have brought together tho two groat nldcs of tho world, To tho connnerco of tho world tho canal opens new fields, van territory, closed before by tho tlnio and expense of tho long voyago around the shoulder of a continent. Tho waters of tbo Pacific ocean lavo the shores of tho lands wherein dwell one-half tho population of tho world. To theso peoplo tliero will como through tho canal tho civilization of tho modern times. Through tho canal will tail tho twin goddesses of health, Uyglcno and Sanitation. Upon tho dis-case-ridden cast tho prophylactic touch of Yankeo methods of right living will descend as a benediction. It Is our canal, too. It was mado powlblo by American knowlodgo and American pluck and American in gcnnlty. Whcro tho French and tho English and tho Spaniards, if...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 28 February 1913

Supplement to the St. Johns Review February 28, 1913 Thrower-Sorber Boost Tor St. Johns New Sewing Society Mr. Audloy N. Thrower and Miss Leah A. Sorbcr were unit ed in marriage Tuesday Feb. 25, at 8 o'clock p. m. at tho home of the bride's parents, 812 North Fillmore street, St. Johns, Ore gon; Rev. G. VV. Nelson, offici ating. The groom, a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Thrower of Cali fornia, is a young man of splen did character and holds a respon sible position with the Meier and Frank firm of Portland. The bride is the youngest daught er of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sorbcr and is an accomplished young lady of winsomo personality. The bride wos gowned in a cream satin dress nnd wore a white chiffon veil decorated with orange blossoms und car ried a bouquet of carnations. She was the recipient of a largo number of handsome wedding presents. Mr. r. L. JirlcKson of Portland acted as grooms man nnd Miss Agnes Emerson of St. Johns served as brides maid. The Sorber home was beautifully decorated...

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. — 7 March 1913

Hlitorlcal St. Johns Is CallltiR Von It aecoiul In numUer ot Imiuttitet. It venth in population. Can ,to Portland evt ry 20 mln. Hat navigable vraltr on 3 Met. Hat finr-it K and (rlectticily. Hat tvro attong linV. Hat fira Irga acliool lioutrt. Hat abundanrc of puretl water. Mat hard aurface ttrcett. I lt fitemive aewerapo yn I Iat fine, modern liriclc city hall. Hat pTo)l off 95.000 monthly. Slilpt monthly 2,000 tart fretRlil. All railroadi have necua to It. la gateway to I'oitlaml harbor. Climate ideal and healthful. St. Johns is Calling You Hat. seven churchei. Hai a moil promising future. Diitlnctively a manufacturing eity Adjoint the city of Portland, 1 Iat nearly 6,000 population. Hat n public library. Taxable property, H500.000. Hat large dry doclct, taw millt Woolen millt, iron workt, Stove workt, atbettot factory, Ship building plant, Veneer and exceltior plant, Flour mill, planing mill, Dox factory, and othert. More induitrie coming. St. Johni It the place for YOU. ST. JOH...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 7 March 1913

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MAflKLE Publlahod Evory Friday At 117 West Uurllngton Street. Tin: KttviKW is entered nt pot office In Snlnt Johns, Oregon, as timll innttcr of the second class under the Act of Con gress of Mnrch 3. 1879, Officii! Mtwipsptr of tb City of Bt. Joluu. Subscription prloo $1,00 peryenr. palaabtas Mm te BSSSTS. '' By decision of the city council St. Johns is to have n street sweoner, and it is only n question of solcction before sucli an inno vation will be secured to the city. Different vendors of sweepers will be given an opportunity to demonstrate the merits of their dirt removers, and then it will be a case of the survival of the fittest. That the streets need the cleanly ofllccs of a sweeper is discornable without the aid of a microscope and the dads have given evidence of wisdom in concluding to purchase a street aweopor. t That St. Johns will celebrate the glorious Fourth of July in a manner befitting that great day is practically assured. The Fire De...

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. — 7 March 1913

T I Ormandy Bros. 1 0PZTE CREDIT FURNITURE OFFICE AN For the past three years, we have been the owners of the St. Johns Furniture Co. Our business during this time has been satisfactory. We have never regretted our decision to invest in St. Johns. Wo have al ways eujoyed the trade and confidence of the best people of St. Johns. On March 1st, we purchased the furniture stock, fixtures, business and good will of Calef Bros. At their location (opposite the Postoffice), we will continue a thoroughly modern, up to the minute furniture and complete home furnishing store. Our rent and running expenses are low, our. experience in buying in large quantities, our unquestioned credit with manufacturers and wholesale houses enable us to buy at close figures. This is why we can sell dependable furniture and homo furnishings far below the prices asked 'by the "high rent stores" in the city or any small dealers on the Peninsula. The policies of dependable goods, fair treatment, and easy terms whic...

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. — 7 March 1913

Mothers' Duty Continued from 1st page, where the father and "mother study each other's happiness, never failing in the small courtesies and little acts that cheer and hrighen the life, and very eariy in life the lesson of helpfulness should be taught the child. As soon as strength and reasoning powers are sufficiently developed ho should be given duties to perform in the home. He should bo encouraged in try ing to help father and mother, encouraged to deny and control himself, to put other's happiness and convenience before lus own and to watch for opportunities to cheer and assist brothers and sisters and playmates. Arc all the children in 7 The night is falling; The night of death is hasten ing on apace; The Lord is calling, "Enter thou thy chamber, And tarry there a space." And when he comes, the King in all his glory, Who died the shameful death our souls to win, 0, may the gates of heaven shut about us With all the children inl Elizabeth Rosser. NOTICE OP FIRST MEETING OP EQUAL...

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. — 7 March 1913

sag ST. JOHNS REVIEW PART TWO ST. JOHNS, OREGON, KIM DAY, MAKCII 7, 11)13. FOUR PAGES Spring Spraying Highly Important Use of Proper Methods Goes Far to Protect Orchards Against Insect Pests and to Make Good Crops Certain IT 18 not necessary Unit ono know nil about nil thu many different kinds of sprays, comuiorclnl nnd homo mndo, or that ono bo u scientific export In entomology nnd plant path ology In order to wago ft successful wnrfnro ngalnst tho hosts of orchard and gardon posts which marshal tholr force In tho springtime If ono un derstands tho usefulness of thrco or four of tho stnndnrd sprnys, gots a good pump, and goes to work with a deter mtnntlon to do tho thing thoroughly, thu odds aro all against tho pests. lint first, of course, It Is understood that spraying is not nn absolute euro nil for ovory ill that trees aro heir to. Many dlsonscs nnd some Insects as well cannot bo reached In this way. Moot of tho tuoro Important ones can bo hold in check so, howovcr, If tho appl...

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. — 7 March 1913

PAGE, TWO Spring Spraying Highly Important (CiiwMwwl frtHM page aw) whltti Wfa tram are upassil. TWi ar rtiiwomU T whim ttw sfwstj'iftjr iMM at lb wttwjf Um- wHk Urn wmk iltr mhI tW man Hmwi as tw what m la tryiK t rntr4. "Mmgr a m aftrnXH aaniwot wjf pwi tM bM wvr IhmmI f. II tM tint I it lit ImfMHwIMn t Kfntv jtol frnlt vrlthwtt mrufnt f ryl. hhiI lie Ktvm lii erehnril MVpn or t;ht 'nmMng' daring the mh, nml Ih m listnK tirolwlily throw away mhIi of Ms money. Ho upmys for Nnn.lono senlo whpn llioro In not a nn1o In lit orchard. JIo spray tho entire orelianl in flgkttai; Miliar mtli. We hhiM Mt Ixi so Anierrative thnt iru ar nat wtttlnc t try now mixture, hmi tJtsiy sIkmm lie Irlml en a very mmM Male nml re sWiM ran them tkrattgti nt loan I t before drawing our eoneliulons, "At nil time the spraying work I m slovenly bihI wireless that It I prac tically ineffective. This simply tuenni thnl tho Mixture, tho thno of tho men, nml tho tnonny oxpcmlori Imvo been wasted. A (jnlti, n grea...

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. — 7 March 1913

THREE The "Invasion" by the Jews Progress of Hebrew in United States it the Basis of a Remarkable Story of Industry f"T"1llK Western Jewish Immigrant 1 union u a new organiaatlnn formed recently ui Ran Fran elsco. It reason for Inrlng U tliu plan of the Jewish Kople of tlia west to reeclvo nnil properly euro for tho thousand of tlitlr coreligionists oxeetei to emigrate licro from KnrnjHi aiirr mo opening or inn i'nnnma canal Tho organization was twfcctrd by rcn resontallvra of 60 Jowlsh charitable nnil benevolent orgnnlrntloiis of tho Pacific const. Ono of tho nrincinnl ob- Jecta of tho union Is to prepare homo In tho country for Immigrant! ami thus prevent tbo formation in Pacific-coast cities of nny suck districts ns tho chot to of Now York and othor motropoll oi mo united mates. Thla movo serves to call attention to tho fact that thoro nro moro Jows in ono city of thla country thnti wero over neroro colloett.il in nny ono place, Thoro nro 1,000,000 Jews In Now York) In nil tho Un...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 7 March 1913

PAGE VOVU A Battle in the Mountains j . There' Heart Interest In the Slory of How n Dor Won in n Dtupcrnlo Combat X TOT mmIi of a eiwy is tbta, yet I IU atanfaata nt llHMNi f ilrn 1 J tna lie Un4ly nwl It taa slafe (but eaamt to ttrarrtb. tl j'letly KM It WM fcir In a ttioab' that I ilirifto. And Um actors ara but i, tli ran little man clMr.a a ad two tiogi anil n "boh" rat, which It Jt H wtm thing with a brief tail, fto, t rnmtwiiy tmnm small, tan eoat f fr liiPtlfi wlli h pttHwrtioaaic. tetter maaa It " reproduction," tuttaga, for nil this happaMd j.nn afo. Xothlnir lMt a r Ian ring in the. Itock- I cm In tho thaatttr. It 'a today hi It wni whan Old Tramp, Ua supers h minted der hoaml, Hit (Hit with inly mid Hud mid the Matty to bunt ' mi in 9. Tho tHvnmiue wna armwl to tho tcoth with an uxo and h lantern livon tha countryside's frel(im with lethal weapon hulked nt giving li irnn to infanta like Curly mid Hud mid thu Hnhy, la mid II mid Ju. The night wn volvtty ilnrk mid the woods...

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