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ST. JOHNS PHARMACY
"The Square Deal Drug Store"
r. D. JACKSON, - Proprietor
1 We arc adding new dcsiRns to our stock of LOCKS
3 "j nnlicr: TtflMMINfiS nil tho ttmo. mwl. mmtitv r
J considw'rctl, our prices arc ns low as can be lound &
Our Holiday Stock of Pocket Cutlery Is on the J
2 road and be hcrj in a few days. Every Knl c &
Don't forget when you buy the boy a Christmas t
1 if 4 I . . . 111 nfnttf n ml nMntitnrt.l II, 1 n i n M tt
PfCSCIH inni in: "in ttuiii ti uuiuiiiwii wiinuiuuua a
Full Line Niagara Stoves and Ranges
Compare our REGULAR prices with
SPECIAL sale prices made by others
POTTER & GOOLD
! "TUG HARDWARE MEN," ST. JOHNS, OREQON T
Men's JJO Suits .- $I9.'75 Men' 15 Suits.
Men's $20 Suits - I t. 75 M it's $10 Suits
Men's 58 Suits - $4.95
Do)s' Suits and Pants almost half vnluc.
The American Clothier f
221-223 Morrison, Corntr Pint Street
, Real Estate
f)ij-l.ots 50x100 ill North St.
Johns, $30 down, balance $10 per
jSoo-j-room house niul large cor
ner lot, fine river view, one-half
, fiooo 6-room house, close in.
IIMO koom house, two blocks
(woo yromn cottage unci two fine
kuon liurlington street.
fa ten 4061 NetaryPiMc
D. C ROGERS
Real Estate and
South St. Johns Lots a spe
in Real Estate.
ftoenix Assurance Com
fy of London a specialty in
D. C ROGERS
ft) 190x100, corner.
iMsoxtoo, central, cash: Sio
1 Mm i. --
. fcfe-W f x ,0. near tchoolhowe, '
5f'Si. 3-roota house.
ttutl so,0. 6-room house, aw
jLf: Wo. close in, buineM tot.
5oxo. 6-room house oa Blvd.
I A,U ,t0l,levard and Central
J. H. CANRIGHT
Lots from one hundred dollars
per lot to four thousand dol
lars. Acreage close in.
FARMS FOR SALE
Opposite Sash and Door Store
JERSEY TREET, - ST. JOHNS
W. M, KILLINGSWORTH
THE PIONEER REAL
ESTATE DEALER OP
THE PENINSULA . . .
The finest list nf residence propel t
111 the district.
Walnut Park nffor tho most desir
ahlo home site utreets graded, lots
.10x100. Sold at nrice .iio most fav
orable in H10 market.
W. M. KILLINQ S WOKTH
j03 Ohataber of Oomuierce. Portland
Special School Meeting
Notice is hereby given to the legal
voters of School District No. 3, Multno
mah County, State of Oregon, that a
special school meeting of said District
will be held at the schoolhouse on the
a5th day of January, 1906, at 8 o'clock
p. hi., for thcfollowing object.
To vote on the question: "If grade
above the eight grade shall be taught in
Votes to be by ballot.
Per order of the board of directors.
Dated the 38th of December, 1905.
A. M. Culp,
Attest: Chairman of Directors.
J. K. Tancii, District Clerk.
Published in The Review January 5.
and 19, I96
MRS. N. McCANN
Clothing cleaned, pressed - and
mended with care and promptness.
Ladies' clothes a specialty.
Old Postoffiee Building
Saint Johns - - Oregon
UNIVERSITY and PORTSMOUTH
Mrs. M. Lyons visited Mrs. Allen
at Forest Grove ou Sunday.
Miss Olive Hutlnut, of Whitesoti,
is guest of Mrs. E. A. Leonard.
Mrs. R. S. McCall, who has been
ill with la grippe, is reported con
valesant. Mr. Carpenter, of Carpenter &
Dolbow, has moved Iiu family to
Miss Vera Lyons spent the holi
days with Miss Florence Allen nt
Miss Helen Smith, who is attend
ing college at Walla Walla, is home
for the holidays.
Miss Anna Sorcnson mid Miss
Fosterling were guest of Mrs. D.
V. Hart Sunday.
Professor Easter, of Fulton Port
school, has his residence on D wight
street nearly computed.
Miss Jessie Mnck. of Portland
Heights, spent Sundny with her
grant! mother, Mrs. Page.
Mr. Shoemachcr and family of
Dwight street, left last week for
Pasadena, Cahforntu. where thev
Mrs. Thurston, of 1700 Hurst
street, and daughters, Misses Lizzie
and Esther spent last Friday with
Mrs. Morrill, of Lents.
James Itiggs. of Portsmouth, one
day hist week had the misfortune
to lose one of the fingers of his
right hand. I he Lincoln Union,
of which he is a member, promptly
paiu uic accmciu policy.
There was a watch-party nt D.
V. Hart's on Sunday evening.
Among the guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Wallace Mason and Mr. and
Mrs. Miller and daughters, of Dana
street, Mark Stewart and wife,
Mrs. McGregor and daughter,
Miss Kate, of Wnyland street, and
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Phillips and
children, of Chnlaqun street.
A scries of three weeks' stccinl
services began at the University
Park Haptist church with a watch-
night. There was a large audience
and a deep interest which has
continued. C. H. Hart, from
orthiud, is lending n chorus choir,
and the pastor. Rev. John Hcutzlcn,
s preaching. A scriis of tonics lor
next week will be as follows:
Sundny evening "A Hypocrite:
Who He Is nnd Where To Find
Monday 'I nee r sol 1 and
Tuesday "A Lost Name."
Wednesday "A Runaway Con-
Thursday "What and Where is
Friday -"What and Where is
Sunday, (January 141 "What
and Where is Hell?"
JASON BUSHELL, PAST GRAND CHIEF
Here' A Pointer.
Attention is called to the an
nouncement made this week bv the
St. Johns Land Company of nn ad
vance of ten per cent in prices ou
all lots in Court Place and St. Johns
. . .a
'nrU: the same to oe cuccuve Jan
uary 15. This is tn line witu tnc
ten per cent advance mncie y me
Title Guarantee nnd Trust Com
pany on January 1. and indicates
that real estate values in St. Johns
are steadily advancing.
Many good judges nrcuici mat
prices will advance during the cur
rent vear nt least fifty rer cent
and some look for a jump of fully
loo pr cent, n is clear 10 an inai
n substantial increase ill values will
take nlace and that St. Johns is
entering upon the most prosperous
year ol Its existence.
Uo By Boat.
T?nr Portland and wav points
take steamer Gazelle at public dock.
.eaves St. Joints at 9:15 a. in. aim
i n. ni.: arrive Portland (Stark
street dock) at 10:00 a. m. and
:co p. m.
Bought Ben's Boats.
T TT rtrinlr has botlL'llt Ollt the
;uru:t nf Piiiiiitn's ferrv takine
the five gasoline launches, thirteen
row-boats, ana everyinwB oui me
house. This will make the ferry
nrnnACI ilnn letter for the St. Johns
Ferry Company and will leave J.
B. Campbell tue oniy ixjainian,
Ben has made a mint of money
during the past couple years.
There have been occasional days
when he'd clear upwards of $40
and he knew how to cave it, too.
He intends to go tsto business else
,i 4n AvrlnnM nr llllV tieiV
or second hand furniture, stovesand
carpets. All Kinas 01 nousc mr
nishing goods at way down prices.
Square Deal. M. J. McGRATH, 66
North iiura, oeiwccn wavis uu
Everett streets, Portland.
Box Or ikt Social.
tt ITion n( T ziVlM. of the
Maccabees will give a box or bas-
. a . - I , 1 1 I,n
SOClal 81 UUU rciwna a,
rsitv Park, Thursday even-
January 11. Admission free,
iHg, jauuaij ... ........
t ..iu ctimilH hrine lunch for two
and the same will be sold at
smiiiiiB v. jiKivTiiiiiiiiiiii
Use Electric Light
Who will spenk in the Methodist church, Saturday evening,
January 6, upon the subject of "Good Templars" and
endeavor to form a lodge. All arc invited
free. Mr. Bushell has been a Good
Templar thirty-five years.
Our Local Grist
The Yeomen had a public in
stallation of officers last evening.
Sec the Peninsula Hank for fire
How long can the O. R. & N.
continue to own the streets of St.
Smoke u St. Johns cigar best toe
cigar ou the market the "White
P. H. Edlefscn. now in charge of
the water works, will soon become
a permanent resident.
When you insure your proicrty
secure only reliable companies. See
the Peninsula Bauk about them.
In the column nf 'professional
cards may be found this week the
nd of Mrs. W. H. Wuruer, caret-weaver.
Smoke a St. Johns cigar best 10c
cigar on the market the "White
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Toguini, of
the Hazel wood, left this week for
California. The trip is make for
Mrs. Toguiurs health.
Eating and winter apples also
good potatoes for sale. S'e C. N.
liraascli about them.
During the absence of E. P.
Tognini, E. O. Magoon will be in
charge of the Hazclwood. It is
like getting home for Ed.
C. W. Potter was nmoiiir the
Pvthians who viewed the dedica
tion of the Knights of Pythias
building in Portland ou Monday.
Poff & Carev have uenuiiie Rock
Springs and Cumberland, Wyom
ing, coal. Try it. It burns up
clean. No clinkers, no soot, and
very little ash.
Mrs T. H. Crook is to no to
Phoenix. Arizona, this week for
health purposes. If the climate
airrees witli her she will remain
On Saturday John Chambers
moved from his property next to
C. N. Braasch, and M. L. Rowland
moved his family from Portsmouth
to occupy Mr. Chambers' house.
Craiu Lawson has been living at
Newberg for a year and did not
kuow that his mother, Mrs. Mary
Eagon, was at ht. Johns and Port
land. He had not seen her for 35
years but he has now made a visit.
Mrs. Eagou is an aunt ot Mrs.
I have the best life insurance
policy to be found in America:
The Union Central Life. The
safest and best at a fair price.
Come in and talk it over. W. II.
When the breeze was swiftly
blowiug and the rain was damply
dropping it was an interesting
sight Saturday morning to see E.
C. Hurlbert walking with a couple
of land-seekers. Hurlbert still had
his bmile working and it is a five-to-three
shot that he sold some
nwJ tin! lf Itorti ii'itll n
veil or the gift of prophecy to fore
see that lots between Fisk street in
University Park and Macrum ave-
m it Vnrtlirrn hill on Tlnwm-m
HUV ... .--- - - " - -
street which extends through the
. I . 1 . . n-vlt1. rrPlllrllK. .lit
CeilllC UI IIIUI lUJHU.J KIUWIIIK
trict lK-tween the rivers in Portland,
on. .1r.1L o-llinc for 4Lm tier front
foot, will, within twenty years from
. At ,
today, sell tor oneinousaiui uonars
per frout toot.
Our Local Grist
Here's hoping that all our read
ers started in sober last Monday.
Harness neatly repaired at the
St. Johns Harness Shop,
The O. R. & N. railway now
has offices in the new Holbrook
For high grade canned goods at
reasonable prices call at Couch &
The first day of the year nnd the
first day of the week started in to
gether this year.
Try the "Par Excellence": the
champion 5c cigar: made in St.
W. E. Swengle, the harness
maker, has a large draft horse, five
years old, to sell or trade for real
estate. Among my list can be found
some fire insurance to please you.
W. H. King.
Joseph Osborne and wife intend
to Mart for Marysville, California,
Satutday where they intend to re
side for quite a while.
For first class and reliable fire in
surance companies see the list at the
The new year came in with a
racket in St. Johns. The noise
was wholly needless as it would
have been here 011 time, anyway.
Remember! You cannot buy
finer candies nr cigars than the
goods Valentine sells in his neat
There is to be a masquerade
lance by the Modem Woodmen of
America at their hall 011 Saturday
evening of this week, A general
invitation is extended.
It doesn't pay to have your life
iiiMiruucc policy written by a
stranger. Have it done here in St.
Johns by a home man. I have the
best company in the world. W.
II . King.
Cranberries & Couch & Co.'s.
Five girls of Mrs. McVlcker's
Sunday school class called tioii her
Saturday and presented her a
beautiful plate for a New Year's
gift. The girls were Gladys
Dredersou, Maud Peterson, Itia
Peterson, Hazel Knight and Wy
On Sunday evening F. W. Valen
tine and wife went to the home of
Mr. Valentine's brother ill Albiua,
where they were joined by two
other brothers, and some other rela
tives, and all enjoyed watching the
old year out, being seated at a
feast as the new year came in
"I notice that Poff & Carey have
another car load of that good coal.
Say! but they do sell coal and its
Upon a charge sworn to by Can
uto Beruado, (Ben, the Iwatman)
Harry Caples was arrested for
assault 011 Tuesday. Bernado
avows that he was about to board
a streetcar on Monday Caples hdzed
and choked him and called him
bad names. Caples says he can
prove he didn't. Trial at nine Sat
urday morning, lefore Justice
List your property with the St.
Johns Title Abstract and Trust
Company, rooms 11 and 12, Hob
brook's new block. In addition to
its real estate and abstract business
this company presents an attractive
line of fire insurance.
Ikirin the NEW YEAR nt tin. NTKU' DA'i'i;
The 25 per cent reduction in rates for ELECTRIC LIGHT
ING puts this only modem method of illumination with all its
benefits all its conveniences all its economies within the
means of every householder, every storckeciHjr EVERYBODY.
No home is really UP-TO-DATE in its furnishings if it be
not electrically equip)ed. The nunieious electrical conveniences
sucb as electric lint-irons, chafing dishes, tea and coffee poU,
heating pads, nursery milk warmers, curling irons, and a
hundred other electrical devices save TIME, STRENGTH and
MONEY for the busy housewife.
The cost lo ojK'rate these electrical conveniences is so small
as to be trilling.
IN THE STORE Electric service otters the solution of
every lighting problem.
THE LIFE OF TRADE IS ELECTRIC LIGHT-nud
trade fallows the light.
ELECTRIC SIGNS SELL GOODS they burn the name
into the public mind.
ELECTRICITY FOR YOUR E VERY-DAY NEEDS.
j Portland General Electric Co.,
Tolophono Exchange- 13 Sovonth nnd Aldor Streat.
PORTLAND, - - - OREGON
Is YOUR Subscription Due, Too?
ST. JOHNS WORK
ST. JOHNS PUOPLU
Shop Second Door West
ST. JOHNS, -
St. Johns Market
I!. DONM'.I.I.V, l'rufllr
"The House of Quail!)"
We take siKX'ial care to buy only
the choicest, Government Inscctcd
Meats so leave us your order for 11
Prime Rib Roast
or anything in the meat line.
Phone Scott 4062 113 Jersey Street
The citlt'iiit of St. JiiIiiix to know we
have n milk lotilf in thin t'itv. I'urc
milk di'llvcmt at your door for ft u
mouth, A'lilltloimi quart in 71'.
ORDERS FOR IIUTTHRAIII.K
Taki'ii Thursday mid Saturday, de
livered 1'rfd.iy mid Monday: loo a
gallon, Scud order to
M.W.GATT0N SI, Juluti, Oregon
Notice U lurilty given that at Ijie
meeting oi uic Lily iouiieu 01 tue city
of St. Jotnik, Oregon, held oil tin? 26th
day of UccemlKT, A. I). i'5, tli follow
ing Kt-Miiuiioii wu aiioiien:
Kl'.sol.VI'.li: That the Council of the
city "( St. Jolllla, Oregon, deemt it uxc
dient and iu-ciary, mid for the let in
tercut of the jaiblic health, Intercut and
convenience, to con.truct a sewer or
M.'wvr ill the following licct and in
the manner herein ktatcd.
Said hewer or kcuer to Ik contracted
in accordance with the charter and ordi
nance of the rily of St. John, and the
ilau, iecificatiou and estimate of the
city engineer, tiled in the ollice ol the
recorder of the city of St. John. The
cost of said ewer orfcewer to he iikMMited
us provided hv the city charter UIoll the
tirojurty of the ili.trict henefitted and to
he uktckR-d for fciich fceuer or hewer.
Which mIiI hewer or M-wer commence
at the iutcrocttloii of John und Jciwy
street!), theme to rhlladelhia htreet;
and thence to the Willamette river 011
mIiI riiiludelphla otrcct; that the plain,
iqiecificutioii ami Chlimatcs of the city
engineer are hereby approved, and it I
hereby determined tlut the district leu
efitttil by fcuid hewer or kewer, and
winch are to lie hsm-wmI therefor, I as
The district Ixjtiuded: Commencing
at the northwest corner of l)ct addi
tion; thence to Jersey htriet; thence
following lUltimore htreet to the Wil
lamette river; thence following the
meandering of the Willamette river to
1'itUburg street, thence on I'ittslmrg
street to Oresliuni street; thence to John
street; thence to Kellogg street follow
ing John street; thence to the northeast
corner ol Depot addition 011 llurlingtoii
street; thence following line of JJc)ot
addition to place of beginning.
The engineer' estimate of the proha.
hie cost for such improvement and sewer
And lc it further resolved that the
city recorder of the city of St. John be,
anil he is hereby, directed to give notice
of the proposed improvement and sewer
as provided by law and the city charter.
Remonstrances against the uUne im
provement and sewer may !e Tiled III
writing with the uudersigiud within fif
teen day from the date of the first pub
lication of this notice.
Ily order of the Council,
J. W. Hanks,
Published in The Review Decembers';,
looji January 5 and 11, 1506,
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
only the finest of
mill our patrons limy
be sure of leing sat
isfied in every case
Full line of all
Meat Market Sundries
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
Smith & Hoover
Next door to Edmondson's
JERSEV STREET, ST. JOHNS
Notice I hereby given that at a meet
ing of the Council of thu City of St.
John, Oregon, held on thu lAth day of
NovcuiIht, 1005, the following resolu
tion wa adopted:
Kitsoi.vitti: That the Council of the
City of St. John, Oregon, deem it ex
K'flciit and proioss to Improve Moil
(villi street fioiu the renter of it Inter
section with lliichaiian street to the
center of it Inlersectioii with hoarm-il
stieet by grading full width of said
street, to establish grudt and build a six
foot sidewalk and ciiibiug (and also the
name nf said Mouleltli street he changed
to the name of JerM'y street.)
Said Improvement to be made in ac
cordance with the charier and ordinance
of the City of St. John, and the plan,
snx'llieatnnis ami estimates of the city
engineer died in the ollice of the
Recorder of the City of St. John.
The cost of MM Improvement tube
ussfhkvd, it piovlded by the city charter,
iimiii the pniK'rty sjsrclally ami k-cii-liiirly
benefitted thereby and which 1
hereby declared to be all lot, sirt
Ihcicof and parcel ol laud within a line
u feet fioiu the outside of tMiih side of
said Montellh street.
The Kuuluccr'h estimate of the mob-
able total cost for the improvement of
Mid street is f17h7.ll.
The plans, siiecillcatiou and uMiiuiitex
of the city engineer for the ililpiovemeut
of Mid Montellh street are hereby
UitMii.Vltli: That the City Keconlrof
the City of St. Johns be and U hereby
directed to give notice of tlw hmpuMid
iiuproveineui 01 itii .MonuMin strevi a
provided by the elty eluuler,
Iteiuoiistraiire axaiust th alxive im
provement may be filed in writing with
the undersigned within isduyo from the
date of first publication of this notice.
Ily orlero the council.
J. W. Hanks.
rulillsheil in The Iteviuw lHrimbur 2),
v), iJ! January 5, !.
Bon Ton Barber SIiop
I'lrst cIiish work and clean hot towel fur
j nitrons. Hair cutting a
Agent for West Coast Laundry.
Jersey street St. Johut
70) Harvard Street, (Club Mull)
Phone Scott U'i University Park
Suite of two to four roouu. also
single rooms. Situated one block
from Columbia University, uwir
cor. of I'islc St. and llouluvard.
I'urulslied or Unfurnished. A
pleasant walk from St. Johns,
suitable for mill tueii.
A.W.DICKSON Phono Soott 1203
OSCAR DeVAUL, M. D
Office hours 'jlunt iu , J tu j p. 111.
Office 1'lioiic, Scull 1 u
Ke.Mtncc riionc, Uula ya.
OfTweln Uulvtrslty 1'iik DruuSigre.
Keep Your Eye Oa St. Johns.