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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 and it is more than prol
abl would be productive of much
irood. The business men of
Portland find it trreatly to then
advailtatre to make incursions
into the interior points at inter
vals, and there appears to be no
reason why tho business men of
St. Johns should not be just as
alort. It is worthy of a trial at
Christian Rally Day
That thoy are doinjr things at
tho Christian church on Now
York stroot is evident from the
manuur of tho irrowth of tho
building in which thoy meet.
bovon years iiro the church was
organized with about 2i memb
ers, and met for a time in Hick
nor hall. This mccliiiK place was
so incongruous, thoy soon decided
to own their own building.
Thoy purchased the lot where
tho church now meets and put up
a little tabernacle. This served
thorn until about a year, when
tho rapid growth of their Sun
day school compelled them to
enlarge tho house. Three rooms
wore added and some of tin
momborshii) thought it would do
until tho church could put up a
permanent structure. There
wero a fow whose faith in the
workers was stronger and wbo
predicted that the mom would not
uo enough to last them more
than a year or two,
Tho result has verified thei
jhdgmont. Thoy are not yet
aiiio, thoy think, to unricrtalu
tho ?7,000 or $8,000 building tlu j
contemplate erecting but tin
fi . l ii a i
annuay hciiooi uas made such a
phunomeiial growth that it ha
buon found nccetttMiry to enlarge
tho iHiihling again. The new
addition which will be uearb
ready for occupancy Sunday con
laniH ii or iz new class rooms
which will place this aggregation
of Christian workers in the best
of shape for another year or two.
llioy iiavoouool the nest atteiw
ud.most euorgetic and up-to-date
biinday school on the Peninsula,
under that nrince of Sum nv
school HiiperintendenU, J. N,
Koolor.to whom much of the
wonderful growth of the school
Is duo. As is the Sunday school,
usually, you will find tho church,
and tills is no exception. There
has boon a steady, vigorous
growth front the start, until it is
now one of the strongest for its
ago in Portland. It has never
ruoolvuu a dolmr from the mis
sion board, but has been self
sustaining since its organization
and line nt nil times contributed
lluurwlly to Mil other ciiMiinels of
church activities, Tho iiilmuIh
ship of tho church is very grate
ful to tho oil liens of St. Johns
for their liberal mtronge of the
diiloront oittortMinnionts and
other functions givon by tho
various urtuiulies of the church,
which hut very matorinlly nidod
in tho finances. The Indies of
tho church will give a Clnm
t liowiler lunch Saturday from 11
1-1 .Ofi 1 il i
tu i ;ou Miu on me same dale h
ohiokoti IJinnor Irom f to 7:M p
m., to which Mil Uio citizens oi
our httlo city is invited. Thest
muiori Hro notod for thoir deli
mows ihihis Mini thoy promise
something better than usual this
time, lho proceeds go towNt'ds
finishing the new addition to the
church, the spread will be
givon in the room below 1.0.0. K.
hall and tho unee will ho gfii
for lunch ami 35c for the chicken
li I" i i. . n .
uiiuiur won i lorgei Mimmy is
Willy Ujty for this hvo bunch
fail to hear the progtitin.
1011 are invited to attend the
Happy btinday oveuing sor-
vice at tho CongregHtioiml churoh
at 7l80 1). m. Snocinl music bv
tho ohildron's choir. Come! It
win no you good. Pastor.
Por Hunt A 7
Jersey streot on
room liottsu uuor
Call to?5 South
Sntisfnatiou, in the wordGil
more, the Harbor.
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Put our Savings Depart
went on your list f cred
itors. Owe it a certnitw
definite amount cvm
week. Make it nit obliga
tion -mid pny promptly.
You can not .iceunmlaU
wealth without sacrifice.
The until who spends ns he
goes, expecting providence
to enre for him in Ids old
nRc, is following n path
that lends to certain want
The ninn who saws is
the ninn who succi tls
One dollnr is nil sou need
to open n savinKs nccotiul
Your money will
draw 4 per
St. Johns, Oregon 1
Preaching every Sunday n n.
7:30 p. in. nt the Coiigieutional
church. Wc cordially invito nil to
lluwe services. Sunday school nt
10 o'clock ns usual. Prnyerincct
iiiH, Wudnud.Miy nt 7:30 p. in.
Jiiiuch K. Miirpliey, Pastor.
How Is Your Title?
Hnve your nbstrncts uindc, con
tinued or examined at the Peiiln.sii-
lu Title, Abstract nnd Kealty Co
Accurate work. Reasonable fees.
II. IleiiderMtti, nunineer, 208 North
Jersey, McDonald building
In the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Multnomah
In tho matter of the estate of
llattie layne, deceased.
1 he undersigned having been
appointed by the County Court
of the State of Oregon, for
Multnomah county, Administra
tor of the estate of llattie Jayne,
deceased, anil having (nullified,
notice is hereby given to the
creditors of, and all persons
having claims against said tie-
ceiiKi'd, to prettent them, verified
m required by law. within six
months after the Hrat publica
tion of this notice to said Ad
miniHtmtor at his otllce in the
City of St. Johns. Oregon.
K. A. JA YNb,
Administrator of the estate of
llattie Jayne, deceased.
Dated October 'Uh, 11)12.
PERRY C. STROUD,
Attorney for Administrator.
Date of lirst publication, Oc
tober I, 11)12.
Date of last publication, Nov
ember 1. 1912.
Notice is hervtiy eiven Unit uiiuutinu-
uieiit ot lite cuttolS. Ivuiitioektreet irom
the southerly line uf I'olk trot to the
uurthvrly lin uf Ida strrut. tutnl enst is
1,087.80, W tH'ii a)xirtiuiul and is on
filu in the office ut thu uudetsluuett, sub-
jet' t to exauiiiMtluu.
AMMiMHnt district cxtomls Uick to
the cvutur of lots, blocks or tnn-U of
laud abnttiiii: 011 sdd street as provided
by lb) citv clutter and resolutions.
UeimmtlruiU'W ueuiust Mid muortiou-
went luuy be uwde in writiui: and filed
with the umlt rwguwl until j o'clock p.
ill. Oct. XI, tow.
1'. A. KICK,
IHiblUlioil in the St. johus KuviMV
Oct. 4 and II, 1912.
Three lots, 7-room Itottse, 12 1
HOUSES FOR RENT 1 mU?
for Sale on Easy Monthly Payments I SSSHHVy
Several modern houses nt Kast St. Johns enn be I BPii
purclinseil on monthly terms. Talk with I jpjtffy,-
ssiw aa-sv.-ir- ... I EOTELLE PMANKLIN QRAY.
AINYAUCINI I IN M.JUniNb
I 815 Lewis Hldg th ami Oak Sts. I
H Phone Marshall a6,ji I
8-yirQld fruit trees, eas in house,
wired for electricity, street iin
proved, on most prominent street;
$2000, $500 cash, balimje on time.
K. C. Couch.
Per Kent New modern, five-
room house, 10 per month. H. S.
Wright, 50.j Houth Huycs street.
I'riccd front 75c up
Priced from $1.35 to $5.50
Priced front 1.2,5 up
Priced front $1.75 to$i6.oo
Priced from $1.50 to $20.00
St. Johns Furniture
CASH OR CREDIT
Notice of Final Settlement
In the County Court for the Count)'
Multnomah, Stnte of Orcuon.
In the matter of the clntc of Clmrlo
. Nichols, ileccnsctl.
Notice In hcrcliy L'iycn llmt the tiiulcr
leneil nilmlnlstralrix of the estate of
Chnrle It. IsMchoU. ileceuiteil. hit filed
Iter film I account in the County Court of
the Stale of Oregon for the county of
Mnltnomnh, nail that Monilny, the 28th
liny of October, IUI'2, nt the hour of 0
o'clock 11. 111. of Mild day in the court
room 01 Mid court lint ijccn niipoiuicil
by Mild Court n the time nnd place for
iiertrinu 01 objections to nam mini ac
count mid the settlement thereof.
1 '.I.IA NICHOLS.
Administratrix of the estate of
of Charles It. Nichols, dee'd
U.J. l.ATMVKK, Attorney
Date of first publication Kept. 27,
Inst publication Oct. 125, 1012.
Ccntra , Markct J
ace us tor the tliolrcst Cuts ol
lite Best MtMt.s Obtiilimblc
Ordvr flllrtl ami tdmlly Trsds iolkHtd
T. I WARD. Proprietor.
In oiuvr to Insure a chanao of ad
vcrtlsemsnt tho copy for such chanae
should reach this office not later than
Wednesday, at 3 o'clock p. m. Pleasr
amsmhsr this and ssva th orlnlw"
fulfills reqtiiicmcitts which nre
indispensable to progressive
business men, farmers and in
dividuals. It enables them to keep their
cash in safety and to transfer it
without risk- by check.
It assists its patrons in es
tablishing their credit, there
by shortening the time in which
successes are built.
ItCONSRRVKS in many
ways the financial interests of
clients and readers dependa
ble service when most needed.
Your account, checking or
savings, is invited.
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4 Per Cent Interest
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For Our Community This Season
a Notable One,
A Feast of Good Things In Enter
tainmcnts That Will Not Only
Entertain, but Instruct
K remit of stood tblnjrs in entertain
mcnU that will not only entertain, but
Instruct and Inspire, hn been arranged
for our community thin ncnson. The
Lyceum course la becoinluu more nnd
more a permanent Institution in ovuxy
town nnd city.
Homo communities' which luiTe bad
a Lyceum courae for yeiira ixmxt or a
larger per cent of thi-lr yotWK people
lu collcKCfi than towns of Miuillnr mIzc
In tho name localities which have not
maintained a eonrae. Many of our na
tional problem', now considered para
mount, were first presented In n forel-
hie manner to tho American people
from thu Lyceum utid l'lmutuucuu
platforms, Much also has been done to
rlevnte music nnd the entertainer's art
from thptw plutforms utid to nholUh or
doirenso tbo nttendauctt upon mediocre
unit iiuestlonablo shows,
The courno of entertainments which
arc to nppcur hero this season Is booked
through the Itcdpath Lyceum llurcau,
thu oldest nnd InrKiit Lyceum In the
world. The course will consist of the
ESTELLE FF1ANKLIN QRAY COM
Tbo Rstellt Vrankhu (J ray Compnti)
o rour srtlsta re uulrersal fatorltes.
They please th lorers of melody nnd
enptirate tho orilk, who roeoRiiUes
the suparlor nrtUtk iibllltiea of each
member ot the organization,
Heading this company Is Uitalle
franklin Oray, a California violinist
wbosti fa mo and popularity extend
from coast to coast. Dorothy Delcti
ton of New York Is a leading contralto
of the eastern metropolis, 8be has a
voir of Infinite sweelui-ss, wide ran cm
and miirTcluus roluuia. Ms run ret
Orny, rauder, adds Tarlaty lo tha pro-
tram with n number dramatic
roadlusa and latarprrtatloaa. Klorsnct
Crawford of Philadelphia la areosaoa
als muJ piano loUt wlta Ulsa (J ray
a rusiurr or me uray OoaiDsnr Is
the uitsaslve rriwrtolra. which in.
eludes cln"d! ami liotiular selaetkms
It la posKlblf for this cvupanjr to lira
a nuw protfMBi erery nljht for an cn
Ura woul without tba reovtitiun of a
Tbo program which Miss Oray and
auaociatod artists will present coosUu
t TtsJIa selea. contralto soUa Bii
rocal solo, with rtolln obUxate. duibo
seloe ami ptauo uereltW ausaoroua
dramatic and awalcaj readings.
In tho presidential caiunalini of 1008
Mr. Klowera, under tho Huaplcea of tho
national itepubllcan committee, made
many of the in0.1t Important political
hddresses In Illinois and traveled on
tho president's speclul, train. At South
Itend, Ind., ho anoko to 30.000 neonle.
all of which showa Mr. Flowers to bo
a (treat orutor as well as an Impcr-
IleKluului; an n boy on tho farm, in
his teens u toucher in tho common
schools, at tho apt of twenty-four he
held diplomas from tho Ohio Northern
Uulvertdty and tho Cincinnati College
of Music, mid he orKunUed and for
three years iimuuced tho university
extension work of Cluclnuatl Uni
versity. Oenerul Lew Wallace, tho author of
llen-llur," attended the rendltlou of
his famous book ns given one night by
Montavillo Flowers In the author's
homo city, Cruwfordsvllle, Ind. At
tbo close General Vh)luco put bis arm
about Flowers and said, 'This la by
far the best treattneut my book has
ever had." Tbo Cincinnati Knquirvr
had this to say about the reudlthai of
this play lu this, city: Though a
tvsldeut of this city and In bU fiftieth
appeurauce hero ia tea years to the
bx-Ktut audience lu tha tktoa at
nnd I I
SSSSSSSBBSn f k
, a. Mnr course, tieany a.w
people, Moiitnvtlle Flowers was the
extraordinary nttrnctton at Music 1 1 nt.
last night, tie presented tiie monoloKUe
of "tiett-llur" in a iniwerful exnettnent
full of drnmntlc forte nnd intensity of
delivery. In. the e harlot rncc scene he
reached n climax which is seldom wit
nsscd and xvhlrh wn warmly Riveted
by the npplnuseif tho nudlence."
Other nttrnctl'nns in his repcrtoliv
are "A Christmas Carol," "I.es Mis
ernblcs." Tbo linttlc of Waterloo.
'Tbo Mcrchnnt of Venice." "Hnmlet
nnd 'Tho Little Minister." it has beei
truly snld of this repertoire thnt en 1
number Is wroiiKht out, like the wur
of Henry Irvlmt. with Krcnt fidelity t
thu genius of the author, the ntm
phere of the eomiMwItlou nnu tho i't
talis of the chnmc.era In it
(Continued next week,;
The Ladies' Auxiliary of tu
Commercial club met on Tuesday
afternoon in thu club rooms and
discussed nnd perfected plans for
cntoruiiiiiiur the club and auxil
iary next Wednesday eveninir at
bullet luncheon. Thu fo owinir
committees were appointed:
Music and Program Mrs. Cur
rin, Mrs. Stewart and Miss Gill
more. Refreshment - Mrs. Manning,
Mrs. Minor, Mrs. Muck, Mrs.
A. W. Davis, Mrs. Lttwhe. Mrs.
T. D. Condon, MrsT Blanding,
Mrs. McLean, Mrs. McKiniuy,
Airs, beam, Ilrs. luce. Mrs. Vin
cent, Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Currm.
Reception Mrs. Markle, Mrs.
Percy Douglass. Mrs. Evens.
Mrs. Babcock. Mrs. F. II. Edlef-
ti t---l. n irt
sen, miss uriniier, itirs, valen
tine, Mrs. Gray.
Decoration- Miss Gillmoreand
On Salads Mrs. Simmons,
Airs. Hodgins, Miss Drinker.
The Jolly "Steen"
The above is the new title of
social club composed of St.
I Johns folks. The club met at I
the Iienham residence Wednes
day evening. Mrs. W. It. Evens
was made president nnd A. W.
Vincent secretary. Those pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. W. It.
Evens. Mr. and. Mrs. Benhnm.
Mr. and Mrs. Ilorsmnn, Mr. and
Mrs. Boyd, Mr. nnd Mrs. Muck,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Derrie, jMr. and
Mrs. InKledue. Mr. and Mrs. Dr.
A. W. Vincent.Mrs. A. Leonard.
Thoirameof "500" was the
chief diversion. A lunch consi
sting of rolls and coffee, and
pumpkin nie was served. Tho
club will kmcet nt tho homo of
A. A. Muck Wednesday, October
10. it is tho intention of the I
organization to meet every two
It is rewilvcd by the city of .St. Johns,
That It deems it expedient and neces
sary to improve New York street from
the northerly Hue of Smith avenue to I
the southeasterly liucof I'csseudeu street
in the city of St. Johns in the following
manner, to wit;
IIv KrodliiK ald wrtlon of street to
Krane 10 uc cstauusiieil, ami by layli
six foot cement sidewalk and curb
coniortu to corners now placed upon
Smith avenue on both sides of said street
with the necessary cement crosswalks
ana cornumtcd Iron nutters,
Snld work to be done according to I
uic iiiaus uiki spcciucauons 01 tue city
etieiuccr on Tile in the ofhee of the city
recorder relative thereto, which said
plans and specifications are satisfactory
ami are uereuy approved, (iaiii improve
ments to be made lu accordance with
tue cnarier ami ordinances of tue city
of St. Johns, and under the supervision
and direction uf the city emHneer.
That the cost of said improvement to
uc ascssei as proviilHl Dy the citv char
ter upon the property especially and
particularly benefited thereby, and
which is hereby declared to be all of I
lots, blocks and parcels of laud between
me ierm "i "i n 11 tmpiovemeuts abut
lint! ut. 11 11 tut or proximate to said
,cw -livtl. Irom tue marelual
lines of Md inti bak to the center of
the block yji blocks or tracts of laud
abuttiui! lucre 11 or 1 roximate thereto.
That all the pmpeity Included in said
Imjiroveme t iliitrict is hereby declaretl
tobeMIx-ai Imp4Cemeut District No.
That the citv engineer's assessment of
tnc pro iw Die total cost of said improve
ment ot Uiid street is 1,203.82.
That the cot of wild street is to be as.
scsseii against the pmmty in said local
usaehStnriK duirict n provided by the
cny cnan. r u me cny 01 aj, jonns, ami
wie cui u.icOl to be uesetl and paid
pro ram on tue area wituiu tue said Dis
trict No. 94.
Adopted by the council 24th day of
1'. A. RICK,
Published in the St. Johns Review on
oepi. ana uct. 4, 1913.
Notlce.is hereby civen that annortion.
meut of the cost of improving S. Hayes
street from the southerly line of lluch
auau street to the northerly line of
Ida street, total cost is I2.6S5.42, has
ocen apportioned and ts 011 We in the
otnee oi the umlersigued, subject to ex
amination. Assessment district extends back to I
the center of lots, blocks or tracts nf
land abutting on said street as provided
by the city charter and resolutions.
mem may oe mane m wrltiug and bled
wuu je umiersiKiieti until fx o'clock
l JI. October 14, 1913.
1'. A. RICE,
Published lu the St. Johns Review ou
Sept. 27 and Oct. 4, 1913.
Bo sure to get your copy of
Tho Fall Quarterly Stylo
Book before making up
any new garments, as it il
lustrates tho latest authori
tative Fall Styles. You
can get tho book at our
Our sales of these patterns have
increased over 40 per cent in the
past year, which demonstrates
that they are winning favor.
Once you use a Ladies' Home
Journal Pattern, you will use no
Just received our first shipment
of Ladies' Shoes for Fall and Win
ter. Latest 1913 styles now on
sale at moderate prices.
We are Closing Out a few last
years Sweaters at prices that will
surprise you. For instance:
Ladies' Sweaters regular $3.00, now $1.50
2.50, " 1.25
2.00, " 1.00
Children's- " 14 3.00, '5 1.50
" 2.25, " 1.15
1.00, " .50
Men's 44 44 2.50, 44 1,25
New Stock of Puff Neck Sweat
ers at prices from $3.00 to $6.00
now on sale. Come in and look
Ask to see "PRESTO" for trans
f ering Embroidery Patterns.
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TERLY STYLE BOOK