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Carefully Selected from the Best Designs
Plain, Printed and Inlaid
We will furnish your house complete
Give you Low Prices and Easy Terms
That .some pnrticulnr style of hat will look well on you?
C1111 assist you to select it or will have it tiuilt to suit.
Our Prices are Right
COME IN AND BIO CONVINCED
VOGUE MILLINERY CO.
First Door South
A. C. GF.SUSR
prices are right.
m 1 in nni
K THE HARDWARE MEN.
St. Johns Butchers I
I PRICE LIST
Beef, from 2
Pork, from 7
Veal, from 7
Call In and ask for anything you
we will get it for you.
Kxactly like cut. Quartered
oak, polished top, 21x42 inches.
French pattern, bevel plate,
MRS. C. A. STUCKF.R
& QOOLD f
Best Range ever shown in
St. Johns. Only range on
the coast built up off the
floor. Potter & Goold ex
First installment of our
line of Cheerful, Redwood,
Pacific, Oak Home, Cen
tury Hot Blast and airtight
heaters has arrived. Our
increasing sales from sea
son to season show the su
periority of these stoves.
you have looked through our stock. Our
to 15 Cents
to 18 Cents
to 15 Cents
5 to 1 5 Cents
don't see and O
If you arc interested iu Bible
study hear Rev. Breuneison in M.
W. A. hall Sunday.
Clement Wolf of Salem visited
with his sister Mr. J. D. Catnbcll
Thursday of last week.
The handsome residence of Gil
bert Goodhue on South Jersey St.
is rapidly Hearing completion.
Mrs. M. Carl of Washougal,
Wash., was a guest of Mrs. G.
Ward the greater part of last week.
I,. A. Crane, who has been em
ployed at Baudou for the past year
where he aided iu the construction
of a large saw mill, returned to this
0. P. Wolcott, the rent man, be
sides elongating his building on
Jersey street, has erected a stable at
the back cud of his lot for the hous
ing of his steed.
W. D. Huntington and wife who
have been spending the past week
or so at the residence of Huccne
Wright in this city, left for their
home near Kalaina Monday.
W. H. Hamilton has a quantity
of nice squashes and pumpkins to
sell. Any one desiring vegetables
of this nature should call at his
residence at 214 Fillmore street.
Adam Kactnlcin and his best
friend spent several days at Gaston
the past week. Adam promised
to bring home n number of China
pheasants, but failed to redeem his
A letter from D. C. Rogers states
that he is now in Chicago under
going treatment for his hearing,
and that he is being greatly bene
fitted thereby. It is likely that he
will once more become u resident
of St. Johns in the near future.
Any one having use for a couple
of small wooden buildings would
do well to consult an advertisement
iu this issue. The city of St. Johns
has no further use for such burni
ngs and arc offering them for sale.
The highest bidder g ts the goods.
Janitor Clark has made complaint
about the number of boys who arc
not pupils that gather around the
North hud school House during the
dinner hour and use profane lan
guage. He says if it is not 00011
stopped there will be something do-
ug in that neighborhood.
The Portland & Suburban Ivx-
ress Co. is doing a great business
these days. Piles and piles of goods
are received daily over their line.
The management is very accommo
dating and the prices charged are
inite reasonable, at. Johns would
have a hard time getting along with
out this service.
Mrs. M. E. Scott has taken pos
session of her new rooming house
on the corner of I.cavitt and Ivan-
hoe streets. This building has
lccn remodeled and thoroughly
overhauled, so it is now one of the
finest and best located rooming
houses in the city.
Somebody, who evidently neither
"fears God nor regards man" has
been appropiratiug fowls in a foul
and felonious manner iu North St.
ohns lately. We know two or
three citizens iu that district who
arc sleeping with one eye open and
one hand on a shot gun loaded for
bear. A word to the wise is suf
ficient. The government snag boat Math-
omah pulled into port at the gov
ernment moorings across the river
Monday. This boat is employed
in pulling snags along the upper
Willamette. Old roots and stumps
that may le lodged iu the water
ways are milled out, sawed up and
thrown upon the beach. The lioat
will return to work in a few days.
h. I). Hile attempted a tme
western mining town act Monday
evening. He tried to make the
horse he was riding go into the
Central bar room, but a cold heart
ed and uuromautic cop nailed him
before he had accomplished his
purpose. He was taken before the
municipal magistrate, who unsym
pathetically fined him ten dollars.
J. A. Green and wife of Albion,
Neb., are visiting at the home of
W. H. Hamilton this week. Mr.
Green made a visit here ten years
ago and is amazed at the growth
of the city since that time. Both
he and his wife are greatly im
pressed with this part of the world,
aud it is likely they will invest in
St. Johus realty before leaving for
After a uewspaper man has yelled
himself hoarse, says an exchange,
in an effort to persuade ' people to
patronize home merchants aud
accidentally stumbles on to the fact
that some fellows he is trying to
protect are sending away for their
job printing or are using printed
matter sent out uy patent medicine
houses, soap factories or other con
cerns, it rather shakes his confi
dence in mankind, and makes
reciprocity look like a lead dime
with a hole in it.
St. Johus day at the Gresham
fair was only a partial success. Ef
forts were made to secure special
cars to carry the crowd to Portland
and from thence to the grounds,
but Manager Fuller paid no heed
to the request of the committee
for such transportation, aud as a
consequence our people had to run
chances on the regular service.
As a result less than half the num
ber attended that otherwise would
have done so yesterday.
W. H. Hamilton, jr., of Van
couver, spent several days with his
parents here the past week.
Mrs. Sophia Cole left last Friday
for a couple weeks' visit with her
son, Elder J, M. Cole at Salem.
A new warehouse is being con
structed at the government moor
ings. This will furnish Captain
Batter with room that is badly
The subject of Rev. Brcnncison's
lectures Sunday are 3 p. m. : "The
Three Worlds of the Bible;" at
7:3c n. m.
"The Three Ways of
Second Growth of vegetables in
St. Johus is getting to be a common
tiling. Many of our residents arc
now using their second crop of bcr
rles, peas, beans aud potatoes.
In our last issue we erroneously
stated that Mr. btaniord was one
of the oriinnators of the Oregon
Corn Flake Co. Mr. Page informs
us that he alone is the proprietor o
A sermon, illustrated by stcrcop
ticou slides will be given at the
Congregational church Sunday
evening, l ucre will also be special
music. The public is cordially in
vited. G. W. Nelson, pastor.
Miss Nettie Marcy aud Mrs.
Belle Thayer, who were sent as
delegates to the K. L. C. E. con
vention at Dayton, spent a few
days visiting at the home of Rev.
E. E. McVickcr aud family at
A large force of men is now at
work on the grounds of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific
exposition at Seattle,
All of the grading will be finished
by January 1. Iu the meantime
several exhibit buildings will huve
Mrs. Eugene O'Hara returned
Wednesday evening from the Port
land Sanitarium where she had
been for the past three weeks un
dergoing a serious operation. Her
many friends arc glad to see her
home again mid feeling better.
Portland, Oregon, is planning to
erect n building at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific
exposition, and in
stall therein a municipal exhibit.
Spokane, Tacoma, and several ot
the other large cities of the Pacific
Northwest will also do the same.
Sunday ot the United Evangel
ical church these subjects will be
considered. At 11 a. in., "A
Spiritual Earthquake." At 7:30
p. in. "Tongues ot rite; the un
tamed Member." All are cordially
invited to attend. Chester P.
Building Permits Issued.
102T0 N. A. Gee, building on
lot 31, block 4i St. Johns Park ad
dition, fronting on I van hoe street
between Catliu street and Johns
avenue; building to be used as a
dwelling. Estimated cost 1 100.
103 To Black & Kerr for 0. P.
Wolcott, barn, fronting 011 Charles
ton street, between Jersey and Ivan
hoe. Estimated cost $200.
tai J. M. Meiklejohu, dwelling,
fronting on Fillmore between Cat
liu and St. Johus avenue. Esti
mated cost f 150.
105 -To II. S. Hewitt, dwelling
iu Grimes addition, fronting on Si
las'strcet between Cedar Park nud
Portland boulevard. Estimated
cost 1 1 250.
106 To B. F. Neal, alteration
of dwelling at Point View, fronting
on Oswego between Seneca and I)c-
ot streets, Hstlmated cost 1550.
107 To Willis Moxon, alteration
of dwelling, fronting on Modoc be
tween Charles and John streets.
Estimated cost $500.
108 To E. C. Hurlbert, dwell-
iug, Grimes addition, fronting on
Johu street between Cedar Park
and Portland boulevard, hstlmated
100 To J. S. McKinuey, dwell-
iug, St. Johns Heights, fronting 011
Stafford, between Buchanan and
Polk streets, hstimated cost S500.
no To J. M. Meiklejohn.dwell-
iug, Oak Park, fronting on Meyers
between Harttuaii and Fessetidcu
streets; for II. Gazln. Estimated
hi To Peter Autzeu, dwelling
fronting on Bradford between Van
Bureu streets. Estimated cost
112 To F. C. Dunlap for O. E.
Learned, dwelling, fronting on
Learned between Jersey and Daw-
sou streets. Estimated cost 5 1500,
113 W. J. Smith, dwelling,
fronting on Lehigh between Seneca
and Pesseudeu streets. Estimated
Al. VV. A. Initiate Members.
A midnight session of the Mod
ern Woodmen of America was held
last Thursday evening. A class of
candidates were put through the
initiatory agony, aud a large num
ber of Portlaudites were present to
assist in handling the fractious
goat. Oregon Grape who put on
the work, came down witn Jorty
odd members and Spruce Camp,
also of Portland, was represented
by fifty strong. Almost the entire
enrollment of local members were
present. Refreshments were served
and cigars handed out with a lavish
hand. The aiiair was an enjoyable
one for all concerned, and aroused
much interest in M. W. A. circles.
Bring iu your printing now.
THE BARGAIN COUNTER
An Interesting Column For
$750. River view comer lot
terms. S. L. Dobic.
Acreage I have three acres close
in and cheap. S. L. Dobie.
You pet full weisiht and
quality at the Ceutral market.
try it awhile.
$1150. Modem four-room
tagc and 50x100 improved
terms. S. h. Dobic.
Fresh home made doughnuts at
the Baptist window sale in the Hoi
brook block Saturday.
$425. Must be sold soon lot in
St. Johns Park. 14 cash, balance
$5 a month. S. L. Dobic.
Sec J. E. Williams and save rent
by purchasing one of his fine rcsi
deuce properties on the installment
Rachel Paulson, teacher of Piano
and Harmony. 409 Tilford Build
iug, Icnth and Morrison Streets,
Dr. Mary MacLachlau wishes to
announce that she is ready to meet
her old patrons at her office iu the
Don't fail to hear Rev. E. W.
Brcnucisoii of St. Paul speak iu
the M. W. A. hall Sunday tit 3 p.
m. nud 7:30 p. 111.
nnvc your property insured in
the St. Paul or Northern fire iu
suraticc companies. They nrc the
best. b. L. Dobic, agent.
The ladies of the Congregational
church wilt give a chicken pie din
ner llnllowcMi eve, October 30.
Dinner will be given iu Holbrook
block, next to Dunham & Currier's.
Try the Central Cigar store one
door north Peninsula Bank, 103,
Jersey St. Exclusive cigars and
tobaccos. Base ball headquarters.
F. E. Goodcll, proprietor.
Be stylish I Have your suit or
overcoat made by Petersen & Noce
next to tKvstonicc. We have a
swell line iu browns. Cleaning,
pressing nud repairing.
Persons desiring to take music
lessons should call upon Mrs. Ag
ues Kellow, who is a first class in
structor. Don't go to Portland
when such good instruction can be
All our meats are government
inspected and the best that money
can buy. They arc neatly and
carefully handled. Come iu nud
leave your order for free delivery.
Ward's Central Market.
Hie Ladies' Aid of the Evangel
ical church will hold their niiuual
bazar and Thanksgiving dinner
November 37 nud 38, iu Holbrook
building, next to Douliam & Cur
rier's dry goods store.
Our business having doubled iu
the last six weeks, we find it neces
sary to employ more help. Any
one desiring a good job for the win
ter come and sec us. Women csix:-
cially. Iuceda Lnuudry.
How is Your Title?
Have your abstracts made, con
tinued or examined by II. Hender
son, abstracter nud notary public.
Rooms 4 and 5. Leo Building,
opposite Kstofticc. Accurate work.
Houses to rent. If the owners
of dwellings and business places
desiring renters would leave n list
of their places at this nlhce, would
Ik able to rent them immediately,
esjecially a residence.
I.. II. Smith &. L'o.
St. Johns, Or.
All Master Masons iu St. Johns
and vicinity arc requested to attend
a meeting in the I. O, O, Hall on
Saturday evening at 8 o'clock for
the purpose of erfectitig arrange
ments for organizing an order iu
According to the report of the
Central school for the mouth end
ing October 1 1 the number of pu
pils registered was 526, 258 boys
aud 268 girls. The average daily
attendance was 456; the number of
visits by parents 20; number of pu
pils neither absent nor late 344.
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.
In order 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
remember this and save the printer
I MY PLACE FOR SALE I
Modern house furnished for Z
T housekeeping. Two 50x100 t
fu. 101s uiceiy leuccu, i.ogan T
berries and strawlcrries for X
J family use. Good rich garden 1
soil; line river view. t
Will sell vacant lot for $600
or house and lot for 1800 for i
; this bargain sale. X
L. K, UKOAN t
622 N. Edison St., St. Johns t
A neighborhood social was civen
by Mr. aud Mrs. W. M. Gatton at
their home nt 230 Mohawk street
jast Tuesday evening. The cven
imr was snetit iu names, music and
social chat. An eleirant supper
was served and was well taken care
of by the guests. The affair wound
up with an Old Dan Tucker, which
was hugely enjoyed. Those pres
ent were: Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell,
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman, Alvina
Coleman, Harold Coleman, Mr.
and Mrs. Aiken, Robert Aiken,
Mr. nud Mrs. Yount, Mr. nud Mrs.
Lee Fortune, Mr. and Mrs. Kilcy,
Mrs. N. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs.
D. Shaw, Mrs. Barrie, Guy Pratt,
M. Madison, George Chaffee, Miss
es Merta Gatton, Ella Wilkinson,
Blossom nud Irene Stockton.
We wash and iron all flat work
at 25c per dozen. West Coast
JIKH.KIjNNY G. I.. HITS
203 South Jersey St.
ALL VAUII-TIliS OF
Electrical Installation and
Repairing Promptly At
tended to by Exp rls.
Motors and dynamos
repaired, and all kinds of
electrical work done at
satisfactory prices. iCsti
matcs given and sugges
No work too difficult
no job too small.
As well as the other
kinds of Hardware is
i OUR HOBBY J
Wc nre making the hard
ware business our study, and
it's not how cheap we can buy
but how good, nud we must
have the quality.
Our Universal Stoves nnd
Ranges nre is good (is the
Our mixed paints are the
Acme quality kind.
I Hendricks Hardware
No. 1 1 1 Burlington stteet J
BY PARRISH & THOMPSON
CONIKACIOKS, HUIIDEKS, MANUrACTUUI IIS 01'
HIGH GRADE, CEMENT HOLLOW BLOCKS
HEAVIEST, STRONGEST, DEST
Factory at St. Johns, Oregon.
Office, 226 Alisky Building, Portland, Oregon.
Timber and Farm
Bargains iu I.iiiu
ton Real Kstatc.
Also at Whitwood Court.
Office op)o.site postoffice
If you want job printing done at
once, bring it in now,
Our Winter Outings arc
now in stock and arc as nice
as you can get anywhere for
the price. Do Comfortables
aud Blankets and Pillows aud
Ticking and all that goes to
make a comfortable bed sound
good to you? Ours arc all
marked at very reasonable
We have a lot of four yard
remnants of Klannclettc that
arc going at 50 cents each.
They arc neat aud good value
just fine for Kimonas. And
remember that wc carry
Let us see if wc can fit you
with a pair of our wear well
Bon ham & Currier
Scaled I1I1U he received hv the tin-
ilentlgncil up mill until Tiiwdny, Oclohur
21, 1717, at -I o'clock p. 111. tor the pur
clinic n( the olil city hull InilMlug mill
the tmllilhig located mi hloek y, Junius
John mlilltfou, u vi I ii More room (or
city fire niunilu; hIm fur the imrchrtM)
of six or inure oliccU of new tin In lo
.X5 fret. 1'iiichiiM.T to remove llioiihuvo
iiicnlloiicil iiruivrt)' within ocum iI.ivh
(ioiii date of inrchuie. klhl lunurvtxl
to reject nny 11ml nil I1I1U.
I A. M. ItKSON. City Uecnnlur.
I'lihlWuil In the St. John Kevlcw Oct.
I 11 mitl ih, 1 7 .
Some very desirable corner lots
near the new schoolhousc etui be
bought cheap and on the Install
ment plan by applying to J. E.
In St. Johns for 10 days
And let them show you
a piece 100x200, close in, J
very cheap. i
Also some fine bargains
15 Some choice Lots and s
I Factory sites at Kast St. J
113 Jersey Street.
Phone Union 4068 S
Call iu and subscribe now.
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