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THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW
BY A. W. MARKLE
Published Bvory Friday
At 117 Wost DurllnBton Street.
TUB Ritvmw Is entered nt ixst office
In Snlnt Johns, Oregon, as mail matter
of the second class under the Act of Con
gress of March J, 1879.
9TATHMHNT of ownership ail mattegement
ol the 81. Jolinn Kevltw r by the Act of
AUKURl 34i iyil IHJllur null muu-ru:i, .
u.rM. fiuMirn. A. V Miirklp. II. II. Marklc.
Hworn to Btul milncrltel Mott me lhl 7th day
ol Octelier . 1911.-I'. A. Kice, notary ruunc.
Offlclsl Ntwiptptr of tha City of HI Johns.
Subscription prlo $1.00 por yonr.
C)miii Hours: Isoolo jiAomid 7toy.30p.rn
Sundays: 2i30 tu 5UU
IS the Man
Not nlwnya, hut ninety-nine
times out of n liundred llint's
It talcca mentality to make
money. It requires manhood to
The man who will take only a
little of the money Ini mentality
his nhility tin earned for linn
and will ave it, will net onl Ask
any mnn ten yean older than youl
Aak him how much ho reureta
saving o little nalen centa n clay
for the Inst ten ycara. Aak him
how much leu he thinks of htm
aelf limn men of affairs think of
frllow.men who hnve anved
regularly dtirinu llie Inal 10 yenra,
The moral) SAVF.I Deposit
youranvinttaiun aafc inslltulion
audi as this hank. And above
all -heuin to save NOWI
I'reHcliiim every Stintltty 11 n. in.
7:30 p. in. nt the Coimrctrtitioiml Charles 15
church. We cordially invite nil to
time services. Sunday .school tit
10 o'clock n h ustinl. I'niyeriiicct-
itiK, Wwlnt'dsay nt 7:30 p. 111.
Jniiitw It. Murphcy, Pastor.
How Is Your Title?
Have your nbstritetH liinde, con-
tinned or cxHinined nt the I'cniiimi
In Title, Ali.Ht.net ittid Kenlty Co
A ecu rule work, Ucnsoimhlc fees.
II. Ilfinlerioti, milliliter, 208 North Hubst-rllii'
ersey, .McDonald litiltillii I hmwi
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utionii - Hoyt. A book to help
you find the quotation you want
when you want it. It is index
ed hotli by subject and author
and also by the. prominent word
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soiiK First edited byWilliam
Culen Hryant. It has been
enlarged until it roprosonlK above
700 authors by their best produc
Miifrtia tC I tin Ait Qiiilitr A ti
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account of ox tiricL llyitur roi- M. JOhnS, OretfOn
lilos with 80 illustrations. He
who understands whence the fly
inj? reiitilea came, how they en
dured, and disappeared irom
tho Earth has solved some of the
irreatost mysteries of life. The
present book contributes lamely
and entertainingly toward the
solving of the problems
Iceland Fisherman Loti. The
papers have of late limit much
to remark, humorously and other
wise, in reirard to the visit to
New York of I'ienc Loti, the
French Immortal. M. Loll, com
iiitf quietly to America with the
innocent purpose ol Htiperlnlem
injr the rehearsal of his Japanese
play. "Mnuuhter ol Heaven,"
has been mobbed by a pitiless
horde of the irreverent American
reporters and his French pose
and or oiua reserve nave neen
made to serve as the subject
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ui Miiukiuim luiuiiiiin 111 ini' tjun-
day papers. The victim of all
this reviewing Is unable to under
stand why tlie American people
should he interested in his views
on anything from sky scrapers
to socialism and declines to settle
with one word the problems of
the universe even though it
grieves his French idea of court
esy not to bo able to satisfy the
reporters. In real life M. Loti is
Lieut Julien VIvartl. whose ao
tivo career as a French naval
oflicer has led him into strange
seas and lands where he has de
rived the highly colored express
ions that fill his exotic books.
One of the strongest of these
is named above Iceland Fi-da r
ipan. II begins in the follow
ing true story fashion;
"Five tremendously broad
shouldered men, leaning their
elbows on a table, sat drinking
together in a gloomy sort ol
abode smelling of brine and the
Promised Land Mary Antin,
Tho true story told by herself
of a little Russian girl who came
to America as one of a mhi oini-
gram lainuy ami is now uie
wife of it professor in Columbia
University. To know what
America stands for in the vision
of an ambitious, sensitive ami
hitherto hindered foreigner
niukori the careless American
Real Estate Range
liuilt like 11 battle ship
Colonial Steel Range
Host uii'diata priced range on
A complete Hue of heaters, reliable
in qttnlity nud up to date designs
While a Legislator Aidod In
Placing Upon Statute Books
Many Popular Measures.
Referring to hln record oa a pro
gressive, Ben Selling, progressive lie
publican nomlnco for United States
Senators In a recent Interview, Bald:
"I mn proud to say that lis a Ho
publican I irnve been In the Oregon
Legislature on and off for about 10
years. During that time It was my
pleasure and duty to tild In originating
and writing upon tho stututo books
of thlti statu such progressive meas
ures as tho Australian ballot law,
tho Inltlntlvo and referendum, recall,
tho Presidential preference primary
law utid many other reform measures
which have given to tho pcoplo their
rights. Theso measures have taken
Oregon from undor machine control
and pluccd tho nominating machinery
In tho hands of tho pcoplo whore It
belongs. Pear In mind 1 have been
at this work for 1J years, laboring
consistently for everything thnt would
ORDINANCE NO. 510
An Ordinance Providing the
Time and Manner of Im
proving New York Street
irom Smith Avenue to
Fessenden Street in the
City of St. Johns, Oregon.
qi. I L. r 4 consistently lor overruling iimi wouiu
M. Jonns rurniturc LrinB bout ,h prn,,uni rc8on ys'
Notice of Final Settlement
In the County Court for the County of
Miiltuoiimli, Suite of Oregon.
In the mutter of the estate of Charles
It. Nichols, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed administratrix of the estate of
Charles 1!. Nichols, deceased, has filed
her filial ncrouni In the County Court of
the State of Oregon for the county of
Multnomah, and that Monday, the 2Sth
day of October, 11)12, at the hour of 0
o'clock a. in. of said day in the court I
room of mild Court has been npiioliitcd
by ki Id Court as the lime and place for
neuring oi objection to saiti mini ac
count and the settlement thereof,
Adtiilnlstratrixjjf the estate of
of Charles I. Nichols, ilcc'd.
u.j. uat.mvuk, Attorney
D.ite of first publication Sept, 27, nud
nisi publication uci. -m, iuiz.
for the Ilovlnw and bi-
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P for Sale on Easy Monthly Payments I
Several uioderu houses at liast St. Johns can be I
purchased on monthly terms. Talk with I
I ANY AGENT IN ST. JOHNS I
I Or R. O. BRAND I
Si 5 Lewis Bld,, llt and Oak Sts. I
H IMione Marshall 26,ji
Progressive Republican Candidate for
United States Senator.
torn. This belug truo and a mattor
of record, ray contention Is that my
self and others who worked with me,
aro tho truo progressives In Oregon.
"Tho pcoplo of Oregon do not have
to guess as to my progressive work,
It Is an open book. It Is recorded on
the stntuto books of this state. Judge
your progressive candidates by what
they have done, by their rocordti as
progressives, and I shall bo perfectly
satisfied with the verdict expressed
by tho people noxt November."
NOTIC1: TO CRIEDITORS
In the County Court of tho
Slate of Oregon for Multnomah
hi the matter of the estate of
I Initio Jay tie, deceased.
(signed having been
MPMiinted by the County Court
of the State of Oregon, for
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iWlllllKMIlMll cimiiiy, juiiiiiiiiMini-
eatch his breath and feel hum- tor of the estateof Hnttie Javne.
bled in spirit. Tho ngure of the deeeased. anil having qualified.
father bringing his children to
the font of free education is both
majestic and pathetic. The lit
tle daughtershares with him his
hopes and faith. Such a narra
tive as she weaves has not been
Tho time for Uie groat W. C.
T. U. National is here at last.
It comas in the Whits Temple
baturday morning at ten o eloek.
The first thing and tho most im
portant thing of the whole con
vention is the annual address of
the president. Mrs. Lillian M.
N. Stovons. No matter who you
aro you will have more respect,
admiration mid love for the work
of tho Women's Christian Tem
perance Union after you have
hoard her tell of the year s work.
Hut thinking that you would all
want to attend services in your
own town on bunday morning,
we have planned a union service
notice is hereby given to the
creditors of, and all persons
having claims against wild de
ceased, to present them, veriiied
as required by law. within six
months after the first publica
tion of this notice to said Ad
ministrator nt his ollice in the
City of St. Johns, Oregon.
K. A. J AY INK,
Administrator of the estate of
llattie J ay ne, deceased.
Hated October Uh. 1U1&
I'GllltY C. STHOUI).
Attorney for Administrator.
Date of first publication, Oc
tober I. IU12.
Date of lust publication. Nov-
emuer i, iuijs.
See us for the Choicest Cuts ol
tlie tie.st Meats Obtainable
Order rlllnl u'ud family Trod Solicited.
T. V WARD. Proprietor.
In ordei to Insure a change of ad
vertisement the copy for such change
should reach this office not later than
Wednesday, at 3 o'clock p. m. Please
'mmlr thla and aava tha nrlntar
LOWELL FAVORS SELLING
Opponent In Primary Supports Him as
Regular Party Nominee.
In giving his uuquullAed Indorse
ment of the candidacy of Pen Selling,
progressive Republican nomlnoo for
United States Senator, Judgo Stephen
A. Lowell, tin opponent of Mr. Selling
In tho primary election, said recoutly:
"Senator Selling Is the regular con
stituted noinliioe of the party. Mo has
been a burden bearer la tha past poli
tical contests and Is entitled, under all
rules of tho game, to his reward. lie
Is a progressive Republican, not only
today, but was such when It took
some courage to occupy advanced
ground. He Is a substantial business
man, with a home aud Interests lu the
stutii. Why should any honest man
who believes In fair play in politics,
as well as In every day affairs, refuse
to support his candidacy. I am with
him to tho end und be ought to win
by 10,000 plurality In November."
Scaled proposals will le rrceived nt
ine otiice oi lite rt-omierot tlieclly of St.
(olius, until Nov. 6, 1913, at 8 o'clock
p. m. for the Improvement of New
York ktrcet from the northerly line of
Smith Avenue to the southeasterly Hue
of l'ekkciideii street, lu the milliner
provided by nrdliiuucc No 510, subject
to the provisions of the charter und ordi
nances oi me city oi M. joiius anil tlie
estimate of the city engineer on file.
Kugiueer'k eotimate is 11, 205.82.
llids must be Hrlctly lu accordance I
with the printed blanks, which will be
furnished on tipn'iontion nt the office of
the recorder ot the city of St. Johns.
And said Improvement must be com
peted on or before 6o days from the date
oi lite last publication ot tills notice.
.no proiKsnuort)His win ue considered
uulesN accompanied by a certified check
payable to the order of the mayor of the
city of St. Johns, certified by a rekjxmst
ble bank for an amount equal to ten per
cent, of the uggregate projVisal.
The right to reject any and all bids Is
lly onler of the council.
1'. A, RICR,
Recorder of the city of St. Johns.
Published In the St. Johns Review
October 18 and 25 aud Nov. 1, 1912,
Nt'tm- i lirrcl'V uivrii that apptutitm-
iiient ii tht- t-iHitulb. IVHlihoeklrvi-t Irom
of nil tho clmrehos nt tha Hi- ihc southerly line of l'olk street to the
iiu lm.-nl, I M.h, nlvr.w.1. "oiUicrlx line of Ida street, tout cost is
K. Livingston of Hhode Island
will speak to us. She is the wo
man who first organised the Wo
man's Christian TeaijwrHiice Un
ion in bu Johns, bite Is a very
poasing and forceful speaker,
and you will ah want to hear her.
Thousands of young Douglass
fir trees will bo planted in th for
est reserves of Oregon ami Wash
ington this winter. Twelve tlinn.
saml acres nre to ho reforested nud 8-yssr-oitt mm trees, gas 111 nouse
jt-l,037.W,lu Iweu iportioued mid uou
file iu the ulUct- oi the uudertlgued, sub
let' t tu ekttiiiinaliou.
AkWMinriit diatrict extemU hack to
like center of lots, blocks or tract of
Unit Mlmuiiikt 011 SMid tret as prvvidel
by the city oluiler and resolutions.
RviiMMiktrtut'es Maiuii said piortioii
uwnt iuy b iiumIs lu willing awl filed
with the utulersiguetl until 5 o'clock u
ut. Oct HI, 191s.
V. A. RICH,
IVMUhud in the St. Johns Review
Oct. I wl 11, 1912.
Tlire lots, 7-ruoia house, 12
reseeded. 1'or tills airKw too,
000 sapliuijs, iiioatly two years okl.
will be used, also a lurjje ipuntity
of seed. In the Siusluw tiKMiDtsius
6,000 acies will be planted and in
the Mount Hood reiou 3000 additional.
wirw (or electricity, street 1111
prevl, ou tuot tuoiuinent streut;
Hooa. $500 CHsb, bftUiuce on time.
See K. C. Condi.
Kor Rent New modern, five
room house, 1 10 ier month. H. S.
Wright, 504 South Hayes street.
ia tha time when you consecrate
ONE DOLLAR to the building of n
Next to the pleasure of giving
a dollar to worthy charity is the
pleasure of lending a dollar lo a
faithful guardian to keep for you.
And not only to keep but to
encourage you in every way to re
peat the pleasure, and give you a
regular increase of 4 per cent a
United States Depository
4 Per Cent Interest
Persistent Advocate of Popular Rights
Kdltor Davey, of the Hnrney Count
Nows, says of tho progressive rceor
of Hen Selling, progressive Ilepuhlloui
nominee for United States Sonntor:
"lien Selling was an earnest and
persUtout advocate of popular rights
and prtvlUgos when tho men who are
now leading the noisy band of Jloose
velt shouters war among tho most
hide-bound stand-patters, some ot
them going so far as openly to refuse
as members of the Legislature to vote
for tho successful candidate of their
own party for United Btatcs Senator,
just to emphasise their opposition to
the popular ByBtem ot election."
; Notice of Cost of Improvement
Having to his credit a record of 16
years of active endeavor In the pro
gressive cause, friends of popular gov
ernment in this state should have no
hesitancy In supporting Den Selling
tor United States Senator.
There Is one thing about lien Sel
ling's progresslveness It was not
born yesterday. He Iiab always been
a progressive and as the Republican
nominee for Senator is entitled to the
vote of every regressive.
REVIEW'S LEGAL BLANKS
Notice is hereby given that the assess
ment for the improvement of I'eksetiden
street from lluelinnati street to Oswego I
stieet. the total cost of which is I
$7,498.67, was declared by Ordinance
No. M)V. entitled " 1 ordinance declar
ing the cost f improving I'esstnden street
from the westerly ide line of Iluchaiiau
street lu the we-ierly side Hue of Oswego
street in the city of St. Johns, Oregon,
ami a&sesati'g tne property benefited
thereby. iVduriiig "ucu assessment aud
directing tin entry i f the same in the
docket e. c.y liens."
The cost of said improvement is levied I
upon all the lots, parts of lots aud par
cels ot land within the boundaries of the
district, as follows; He t ween the west
erly side line of Uuchanati street and
the westerly side line of Oswego I
A statement of said assessment has I
been entered in the docket of city Hens
October 9, 1912, and said assessment
is now due and payable at the office of
the recorder ol the city of St. Johns, Or-
gon, ami win oc ueunouent ami bear In
terest after October 19, 1912, and if
uot paid on or before November 9, 1912,
proceeding!, will be taken for the collec
tion of the same by sale of property as I
pruviucu uy me cuy courier.
P. A. RICB,
Published in the St. Johns Review on
Oct. 11 ami 18, 1'Jl'J.
Salem and Albany are interested
iu the movement on foot to have
the government deepen the channel
of the Willamette river from Port
land to Eugene. The commercial
bodies will bring the matter to the
The following list of legal blanks
are kept for sale at this office and
others will be added as the demoud
Warranty deeds, Quit Claim
Deeds, Realty and Chattel Mort
gages, Satisfaction of Mortgages, attention of congress and it is hoped
Contracts for Sale of Realty, Hills to increase the depth of the channel
of Sale, Leases. six feet by proper mauagement of
All these blanks at the uniform the water by building wing dams
mice of toe Der dozen. and dredeintr. 1 1
The city of St. Johns does ordain
The council of the city of St. Johns,
Having ascertained uiecosl 01 imnrnvliig
New York street Irom tlie imrthcrly
side line of Smith Avenue to the south
easterly side line of Pcsscndcn ftrect in
the city of St. Johns, us shown by resolu
tion of the council of (.aid city, ila'cd on
uiez-uuiiay 01 Sept., 1913, ami recorded
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ill 111c uimi: .ji me reitinicr oi mini vu , i
and notice thereof having been published
lu the St. Johns Uevlcw, a weekly news
paper of genera) circulation, on the
days of September 27th and October -I'll,
IQU, as snown uy tlie alliilavit oi tlie I
foreman of said paper, which said kfhilH
vit is oil nic 111 tlie ollice 01 tlie city re
corder; and legal tKMtitig of notices of
such improvement, as Miown by the nlli-
dnvll of the citv engineer on file in the
office of the city recorder: and re
monstrance filid. considered by coun
cil and rejected 011 sccutintof (nsufficlct t
urcu represented, and, as pro
vided by said resolution, the engi
neer's preliminary estimate of cost t f
said Improvement Is 1 .205.82. but shall
be more accurately Actcrmitictl by said
Now, therefore, It is hereby ordered
that said street be Improved nnd the
time for the completion of said im
provement is hereby fixed nt sixty days
Irom the last publication of proposals of
said work, which said proposals tnttst be
filed with the recorder of said city on or
ociorc tue bin nay 01 .November, 191 J,
at 8 o'clock, t). in. ot said dav.
That said street shall be improved as
as ioiiows: 1 iv grading same to tlie es
tablished urade by cut and fill and bv
sldcwnlklni: saute 011 cither side with six
foot cement sidewalk, curbs to conform
to tlie corners now placed on Smith
Avenue, together with all nccesary
cement crosswalks and commuted Iron
gutters; said walk and curb to have expan
sion joints as directed by the city engi
neer; said curb to have three Inch drain
tiles every fifty feet ami hitch rings to
be placed in the curb ns directed by the
The city recorder shall give notice by
publication for not less than three iu
scrtlons lu the St. Johns Review, the of
ficial newspaper, fnvltliiir nrooosnW for
.. .i.-- .... ,
msKitig mid improvement.
Said Improvement shall lu all rcsiects
be done and completed In conformity
with the provisions of Ordinance Nos.
ICO and 302. exectit as otherwise
provided iu this ordinance; all work to
be done under the direction and sticr
vision of the citv engineer.
. . . J', .a
1 list tlie coat 01 sain Improvement
shall be assessed against the property in
the local improvement district us tics
scriticd iu said resolution and designated
ss ami declared to be icai improve
ment District No. 91
Passed by the council October lCth,
Approved by the Mayor October 15th,
A. A. MUCK.
Attest: 1'. A. RICH,
Published iu the St. Johns Review eu
uctouer in, 1911.
Proposals for Street Work
Be sura to get your copy of
Tho Fall Quarterly Stylo
Book before making up
any now garments, as it il
lustrates tho latest authori
tative Fall Styles. You
can get the book at our
in the NEW
TERLY STYLE BOOK
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 Laches' 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 'i . " 3.00, 1.50
" " 2.25, " 1.15
1.00, " .50
Men's " " 2.50, " 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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