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THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW
A. W. MARKLli
Published Evory Friday
At 117 Wost Uurllngton Btroot.
Tub RHvntw Is entered nt post office
In Saint Johns, Oregon, as uiail matter
of the second class under the Act of Con
gress of March 3, 1879.
Official MViptptrorUs Oity'oT tTirouii
AdrerlliloK ratu, (1.00 pr loch ptr month.
Job Frlntlng executed l Ant-elau itri
Illlli tor Job Printing eh on dellfenr.
Subaorlptton prloa $1.00 pur yaar.
- - ' jm
When buying Roods "mado in
America" go justn little further,
be a little more patriotic, and
BUY GOODS AT HOME! It
is good to buy goods in Amer
ica, but it is oven, better to
buy them from HOME MER
CHANTS. By buying American
made goods you keep your money
in circulation in America. But
by buying those goods from our
local merchants you keep your
money in circulation at home.
Every man and woman talks
patriotism and likes to be con
sidered patriotic. Let's prac
tico what we preach. Buy
American made goods at home
from our merchants. That is
Mothers and fathers, your son
goes forth to win his way
against the hard odds of this
unyielding world. Ho errsho
is arraigned-the Prosecuting
Attornoy leaves no trick untried
to "force" him guilty. The
legal talent that bin meager
means can buy withors before
tho fire of tho prosecution. The
jury sees but discerns not. It
listens but thinks not. It, finds
him guilty with a heavier sen
tence than ho deserves. Ho is
locked behind tho bars. Society
points turn out a blot- a stain I :t
a jail bird. Blindlv Imvo wn ; JA.rr.Tu IVX?
n,;u( ,,,,,,1. ! js..t r win. nujfv tiicii uiio uuuruuLur itnu
fS L. nJmp?Mer,fhod ?,1S Wtation may presently, in
pect into fire without one drop God's providence brintr tB n
liV W'n.nd 800t, o,?ortunitrauchCOas ; B si don
$L Tin toil ? .J! wny l.? bccn vouchsafed any nation, tho
Una ? , , K" ,Tm j,1Htic(r U opportunity to counsel and ob
wtil J li , LX.,,ort w ta' l)(;co In 1,10 world and rec
n 1 LI l," '1 CaptJbly oncilhition and a healing settle
l,l l !!iy T '"jocent as lncnt of mnny n mattor tlint has
HIS 0I)I)011(!I1L Will In MiHiiii litm 1... 1 f... . 1 .
n..w V VM.( Vu tVli.ll JUUI
tongue and pen. So, then, do,
for though your son, and per
haps your daughter, bo free to
day, there is no calculating on
tho complications of tomorrow.
Give your boy a Public Defend
er and you will have helped ad
vanco the world one moro step
forward and a mighty one.
IF YOU PUT MONEY" IN THE BANK
NOW IT WILL GROW INTO A FORTUNE.
AND KEEP VOU SOME DAY
The above statement is absolutely true. You are
spending not alone the money but the FUTURE of
that money. That money you are now spending would
some day make a goodly sum which would insure you
COMFORT IN YOUR OLD AGE or protect your
T AMIL Y should you die.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank
We pay 4 per cent interest on Savings Accounts
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ST. JOHNS, OREGON
of this distinction which wo have
HOUL'ht to earn. Jnnf. nnw wo
should bo particularly jealous of
behind mo, this light will not
ue over until it is over in the
This is my fifth successive
term in the. House, and I sub
mit that tho experience so gain
ed is some evidence of my quali-
IlCatlOllH tnr fhn n rn -Vmii-o
. " w' " , , X A W14I U
sincerely, Allen Eaton.
'Advertising in tho country
paper is uio Dust investment a
country merchant can make."
says Erie V. Allen, head of the
(lepurtment or journalism at the
State University. "The mer-
chant's advertising should bo
news. It Bliould tell something
verv dolliiito nlxuii uimi iim
store oilers, and tho copy should
Editor of tho Hoviow: lama
candidato for Speaker of the
IIoilSU of IJonro.qmitnf Ivpcj nf Mm
Oregon Legislative Assembly.
I had supposed that tho Speak
ership was of statdwido con
cern, but hero It Rnnmu in lm
considered as a prerogative of
Portland, or worse, of a small
band of Portland interests.
That this is true is evidenced
by tho fact that I have not been
able to have Diiblishcd in tho
Portland papers my side of tho
be chamr.. ! fr... mnK? mm " toniroveray. iney navo rotus-
...i.i. i?.:. ' i" : to print my articles in my
iiKuitiniiiK iijiiiiiiiih hmoii tl lie own hnlutlf tin Hiilwdm r
chant's 'ad' should appoar with 1 It 'nnears therefore tlmt i
editor's news An n.lv vU ". y moro accurately,
common sense-Si.il ,1,. ill' aml tho '"manships of tho
S im th ;! ! !, " ln -W , means committee of
nine. .Psho.hl S iy,,, . M,.,,0MHea th0 committees
pnpui snoiiKi Do mado as im- which control tho xnoniHtnnj
portant an agent of a town's V 1 " ?" "i0peJi4LV!r?5
Oiau tlnyaofamlraltattaimul of 0?ckto but n?i aim
goon piaco to live in and a i,..r:ui, n m
people to coino to. If it dooan'"
V" ",wto Swoim i '8l" soon in tho record of oxnondl
iii'iir. on no low k mi i w r i. n . . . . . .
Bhort HiL'htoil ,i inT 7n 1.1 Z .l ,rcM 1)1 1110 lust 'gjsiauire
Biiuri biMiiui as not to givo tho most etravni?nnt in tlm Ii5
every encouragement to tho man 0,Vof the ffifo
who is trying .to make aiiows- I think the "est of tho state is
SoTimi ml St StlSi! S ?nt1 W " ' Srtfdiy ! iS ils own
H5t .1 ft ;, effWnturo on equal terms with
v" iiv nituuiu uv UitvHCHl
DOSS WaV. IL wnil 111 in int nu "
sensible for you to lot "you? f J, this to tho
scnoo is run down. nt vn at
run down, or your churches run ZAL n,'!!,.
outside of Portland a freo and
lair press- tho c bsost
How is Your Title?
Have your abstracts itmile, con
tinued or examined nt the Pen in.su
la Title, Abstract nnd Kcnlty Co
Acctirntc work. Reasonable fees.
II.. IJcndcrsoii, raatiaj;cr, 311 North
jersey sirecu auv.
Bit Pin and Plok It Up.
Bto a pin and pick It up,
You may Imvo tho wont of luck
Goo a pin anil lot It Ho.
OooJ luck followi till you dlo.
For a million Henna may lurk
Hound tho point, a polionU dirk,
Of that artful llttlo pin
Itccklnir with bubonla aln. '
Mlcroboa ciiimor 'noath Ita htad;
Coed crow by tlailon frd
Drrad Imcllll wait npneo
Juit to down tho huninn race.
I'noinnncoccua nnd Ita kind
You'll bo very upt to ttnd
rulhottonlo avlla rliw,
Typhua and Ita prototype.
Ilcttvr lot thut danu'roun pin
I.la Itn unclean bed within,
KIno nriiMir. for fitlu.r i,iJiirAa
Whrru you'll not bo mavixl by feoraj
nui, 11 uiior mi wo write,
Huprrntlllon holda you quits,
Should you chooao to plok It up,
Douio In a rarbollo ciii.
-Com Doll lllokford In Truth.
Walklnn to Haalth.
Wifti tliero Ih no irKuiilf wwikncHd
wuicn in iiKKMivntiMl by tint out! Ion it
1 tho wulont nnd plt'iiHiintcNt thliiK to
wnllc rlKht Into honlth. Of eourno tlioro
w no virtuo In 11 ilinvillliiK' wnllt. Tiio
mow nmi iniiKtiltl ilnufBluj; of 0110 foot
nur uio ouior, which hoiim people cull
wnlkhiK, would tiro un nthletp. It ut
terly eximuatH 11 wenk pcrxoii, una that
ia uio rt'HHon wny many dcllcnto iho.
pio think thoy ennnot walk. To dcrivo
any ianfit from tho cxonino it U
nocoflaary to walk with n lkht, elastic
top, which nwIukh tho welKht of tho
txHly m mully from ono Ick to tho other
mat ita woiKiit la not felt ui)tl which
prtHlucea a healthy glow, Hhowlnj; that
ui biiiKKian niooii in atlmnl to action
In tho moat romoto vclna. Thla sort of
IVIIIKIIIK OlllllnnitCrt tho wlioln Ixulr.
kItm tono to the nurvea and prwlticcs I
juat timt aort of healthful fatlRUo
which uncouraKCH nounil, restful sleep.
aiiiLvu uiiu mi 11
in 1.1s ellort to do business SitoS
business prices and in a busi- fin oxSnfK
uown, as to lot your newspaper
W o aro at pence with all tho
world. No one who speaks coun
sel based on fact or drawn from
a just and candid interpretation
01 realities can say tliat thero is
reason to fear that from any
quarter our independence or tho
inteirritv of our toiTitmu. ;a
threatened. Dread of tho power
of any other nation wo aro in
capable of. Wo aro not jealous
01 nvuiry in uio neius or com
merce or of any other peaceful
achievement. Wo mean to live
our own lives as wo will; but wo
mean aiso to let live. Wo are,
indeed, a true friend to all the
nations of tho world, because wo
threaten none, covor tlm
moil ox none, ues re tno
nress- tho plosost tn tlm
plain people who, whether on !
ono sido or the other of any I
statewido miblie nuost inn. ni-n 1
nm iik iu kivo uvery huio a lair, to say, n Kool Uoal of cheating accom
iiLiu iiik. i nan. una wiui UIO pauien ttna rollBlotts immbllnir.M-
Qambllng a Rallgloua Duty,
"SpeakliiK of cnuibllnj;," a mUalon
nry ealil, "I know of n oct that ro
Krl It ns n rellulous duty. llk tmtt.
lug or prayer. Thin Beet la tho Hlu
dua. They ono day In oach year
Bamhlo like mad from aunrlso till sun
sot. Tho day is tho festival of tho
Jumps, a day sacred to I.akshuu, tho
Koddcss of wealth. A tremendous lot
of money chauKM hands In tukahutt's
nonor. All this Ramullui; is done rv
ie tno nuauclai sufcess thut wllS at
tenii on each person throuuhout tho
ar, if a Kamhler loses ho knows a
year or Hard luck Is ahead of Iilim. if
no wins no knows ho may eivt
xweivemontli of nrosnerlty. Smtni-n
Xmas Gift Sugg
Towels, Stamped ready for
Subscription to the I.ntlie' Home
Journal or Saturday livening
THAT ARE USEFUL
We have the Complete Line of "Daniel Green Comfy" Felt
Slippers for Children, Misses' and Womn, these make lixccl-
Fnec s, tk H.
StamtM are theCmtomcr'
ThlaCoupon Good ror
Ten 10 S. & If. av5f,"p. FREE
II preMnted upon itinklng n purclinne amount
ini to BOcor more, Ihene Ump will be In nil
illtloii to regular ittampi given with the purcliate
Not Good Aftor Doo. 30
lOUCH & CO.
Columbia 137 ST. JOHNS, OUU
Garters iu Holiday Boxes
Tics We have the largest assort-
uicnt In the city
And Many Others
Wc are sell! or Groceries every day at the lowest possible prices consistent with legitimate business,
and the list of good things to cat is too long to mention here, therefore wc simply say:
"Come and Catch the Xmas Spirit at Our Store"
B. Open Stock Patterns of I g Q I Casseroles, $2.00, $2.26,
China Ware in our Basement Qlirfl Qt I O. $2.50, $2.75 and $3.00.
Opposite City Hall Pioneer Merchants . Phonc CoL 137
' "?r ' ' '
moro nssurnnce, sinco tho pnpor
n question not only has closet
its columns to me, hut makes
the talse claim that tho slnted
ono has already moro than
enough votes to elect him. It is
not true that ho has a majority
oi mo tiouso piedirett to him.
nor havo r such majority.
lliero aro niemhnra nnnlodrrnrl
who will doubtless consider tho
situation and vote as their con
science dictates. I am trying
to have them voto tindni-stmul.
uiBiy, unintluenced by false
representations. I am not ask
ii i n . . 7 I r i i uiii
iiuuw in none, uur irioiitistup niff your support, though I would
can bo accepted and is accepted bo grateful for it, but only that
without reservation, becauso it you shall inform your members
is offered in a spirit and for a and your subscribers, through
purpose which no ono need ever your columns, of my claims, by
question or suspect. Therein printing this letter or tho uur-
iwo uui Kii-aiiiuaa. yu jiro IHC
champions of jieaco and of con
cord. And we should bo jealous
And you can bo assured that
with a faithful and loyal support
Th Bansfit of Sorrow.
Hy sorrow wca leant that tlwy nood
w w rei wuu niKlior fool, that they
mtist nat on strouser supports, that
iney must Iiavo other frlendM nn.i ni,.
er friendships, that they must live an
other llfo, that tucro must bo some
thtnjf that neither tluio uor chaneo nor
aceldeut can undornilno and sweep
away, u uen men have learned tho
luterlor lossou of sorrow they look
upon trouble not as bolnir Lisa
bloiu thau It was. hut
hlKher point to which they havo risen
unreal and dreamv. Ilmirr u'nni
The followiuc list of leo-nl ldn,a-c
are kept for sale at this nfW .....i
others will be added as the demaud
Warranty deeds. Onit Pini.
Deeds, Realty aud Chattel Mort.
gages, Satisfaction of Mortgages,
Contracts for Sale of RmIi,- mui
, ( -oiiu
of Sale, Leases. ,
CHRISTM AS TREE
Whereas, That on tho 15th day '
of September, 1914, property
owners fronting antl abutting
upon South Decatur strcot be
tween Burlington and Richmond
streets filed herein a petition
setting forth tho necessity of a
change in grado on tho said
South Decatur street, and it ap- .
nnnrJnrr from nnlrl nrtflfinn nnrl .
from tho facts and circumstances
nmu ovtotlnor lfli vnfii'nnpn.'
thereto, that tho request of tho
petitioners siiouiu uo aiiowcu.
now existing with
It is resolved by tho City of :
That tho grade heretofore es
tablished on tho said Decatur
Btreet, between IJurlinpton and
Richmond streets, bo, and tho
samo is hereby, chanjjed to con
form to tho grades now estab
lished on tho said Burlington
nnd Richmond streets, and ac
cording to tho maps, plats, sur
vey and profile of J. O. Burson,
city engineer, now on file in tho;
ofllco of tho city recorder of said
city of St. Johns, Oregon. ,
AdontRfl hv tlin rnnncil fhln-
8th day of December. 1914. :
A T"t tTiimrnn
a. ix. tiuxNOftiuuii,
Published in tho St. Johns Re
view Dec. 11 and 18, 1914.
Notice of Cost of Improvement
Nntirr I liprcliv I'lifti that llir nu.x.
meiit for the improvement of Willaui. .
ette blvd. from Rlclimond street lo theS,
I. -S H H . Cut liilnl mt nl wlilpli la tl .-
790.10 was declared by OrdlnanceKo.C30,'
enmieii "n oniinance declaring tlie
cost of improving Willauiettc boulevard,
fmtll llu ensterlv &lil(- Iftif- nf Rtrlimnnit'
street to the S. 1'. & S. R. R. Cut, and
assessing' tlie property beuehled
thereby, declaring suelt assessment anil
directini' the eutrv t.t tlie aame in the
docket of city liens."
1 lie cost oi sain improvement is levied
upon all the lots, parts of lots and pari
ri-1tt nl Imul ulllilfi till hmtiiflnrifta nt lti
district, as follow: Itetweeu Rlchmouil
succi ami tue a. r. k b. k, k. .uu
A statement of faid assessment has
been entered ill the docket of ritv llena
Dec, 2, 1914. and said assessment
is now ilue ami payable at tue oltice ot
Hit rwnrdur nf IM rtln nf .Qf T.tlins fr-
egon, and will be delinquent and bear in
terest after December 12, 1914, aud if
not paid on or before January 1st, 1915,
proceediugi. will be taken for the collec
tion nf the sain- hv &ale nf urnrw-rlv nc
provided by tlu city charter.
. City Recorder.
Published in the St. Tohns Revlewnn
Dec. 4 and 11, 1914.
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Fresli Fruits and Vegr
ctablcs in Season at
ALEX. S. SCALES
We Solicit and Deliver any
where in St, Johns. f
Phone Col. 210 501 PesscHiB $1
If you are thinking of raaktag
a change INVESTIGATE. ..
Truth i thn mrwsh lmnnrlant
casuality of this war."