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About St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1908)
You Sleep ?
ore KUarmitccd. Wc carry
them exclusively. Give
them a trial and you will
use no other.
Special Prices for
One Week Com
Emmerich Feather Pillow
has ntlnclicd the
An Insurance policy guaranteeing the
pillow to be filled with feathers which
nre thoroughly cured, cleansed, odoilcss,
and purified. Insures the purchaser
entire pillow satisfaction, or money rc
Wc can sell you a Silk Floss and Cotton Mattress in best
quality art. tick and rolled edge, as low as $7.65.
Yum Yum Springs at $3.00.
Or a Lcggct spring on a 30 day trial at $4.50.
We can and will save you
on the best quality of Furniture if you will give us the
NOTE THE LEGS
Contains 50 per cent
more asbestos packing.
Bums 50 per cent
100 per cent longer
100 per cent quicker
500 per cent more of
"Sec it in the win
I Norton's Hardware
Successor to Potter & Goolcl yl
He who by his bit would rise
Must cither bust or advertise. ,
The Peach sisters.
Bring in your job printing.
Watch the label on your paper,
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W
Simmons, April 21, a girl.
John Powell and family hav
moved to their farm on Lewis river,
Karl Loy has moved into John
Powell's house on Ilartman street
Mrs. Chas. Paullin entertained
friends from Portland last Monday
Mrs. Geo. Thompson of Irving
ton was a visitor in St. Johns last
The Pythian Sisters Vaudeville
May 7 will be a surprise to you
Don't fail to see it.
The mother of D. R. Norton
came down from Corvallis Saturday
to visit Mr. and Mrs. Norton
Miss Carrie Byerlcc came home
from Corvallis Saturday for a visit
of a week in the city of the saints
B. S. Hoover left last week for
Wciser, Idaho, for a visit at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. Harry
Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. T,
Boldeu in St. Johns, Saturday
April 18, a 13-nound son. The
father is doing well.
The Fraternal Brotherhood mem
bcrs should all be in attendance to
night to welcome the Portland vis
itors. A big time is anticipated.
Chris Oihus moved his house on
Burlington street back on his lot to
make room, wc are told, to erect 1
fine building on the corner of Burl
iugton and Hayes.
There will be a meeting of the
Primitive Baptists Sunday, Apr!
36 at 11 o'clock at the home of
Chas. Turrell, 517 E. Chicago
street. All arc invited to attend.
The Kcbckahs at their last meet
ing voted a whist party in the
the Odd Fellows hall next Wcdncs
day evening, that being the 5th
Wednesday, ami they invite all
Rev. M. J. Batlantync of Dallas,
Or., will occupy the pulpit at the
Kvaugelical church on Sunday,
both morning and evening. The
first quarterly communion service
will be observed in the morning.
Ml arc invited. Chester P. Gates,
Olaf Shepardson of Cutlin.Wnsh
spent Sunday with his wife and
daughter, who have been spending
the past mouth with Mr. and Mrs
P.. S. Writ-lit on South Hayes
James Spooner and wife of Catliu
were also visitors at tuc Wright
residence this week.
W. H. Bycrlec arrived in the
city Tuesday and the entire Byerlce
tribe is home again except Mrs.
Geo. II. Lynn at Hood River, who
is ably represented by her daughter,
Georgia. Later: Mrs. Lynn came
down Wednesday evening, so that
in the language of the poet,
whole Dam family is home
Charles Roberts, son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. G. Roberts of Howl River
died at the home of his parents
on the 3 ist and will be buried to
day. He was 18 years and six
mouths old and had been a sufferer
from a diseased limb for several
years. Jits latuer is purcuasltig
agent for the Woolen mills.
S. W. Rogers a jeweler of Mount
Pleasant, Mich., who, has made
us fortune by almost 40 years of
active business life has come to
St. Johns to make his home. His
ctr of household effects was the
first car ot furniture to come over
the North Bank road. Mr. Rogers
las purchased a residence on the
Willamette boulevard and is pre
paring to enjoy life where it is a
pleasure to live.
Please send, bring or tell us the
news about the frieuds who come
to visit you or that you go to visit.
Everybody is glad to hear about
the happiness of everybody else and
there is nothing gives us more en
joyment than to carry such news
to everybody in St. Johns every
week. Get your neighbor to sub
scribe for the Review. It will be
well spent money, and if he sub
scribes before the first of July he
will save 50 cents a year for as long
as he pays, as we expect to increase
the price from $1 to I1.50 on that
THE BARGAIN COUNTER
DID YOU EVER REALIZE I
It sometimes pays to look around a little
aud get prices and see qualities before
you buy. We have both.
I COUCH & CO.
Ji Phone Union 4066, 206-308 Philadelphia street. HI
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Plumbing and Tinning
Call and see our new Garden Hose.
23 S. Jersey Stmt Phoae Jersey 91 St. Mm, reM t
Watch for the Peach Sisters.
Arrow collars 2 for 25c at Frail's.
Lot on Lively street $400. Easy
terms. S. L. Dobic.
50 foot lot on Jersey street,
$4000. Terms. S. L. Dobie.
Gentle young cow for sale. 928
Jersey St. At little red house.
Special sale ladies' belts 25c at
Damascus aud Clover butter Coc
per roll at the Home creamery.
An acre near Stewart Station
$1800 $400 cash. S. L. Dobic.
Do not forget Bitgood & Cole
give you meat at Portland prices.
acre, gtxioQj one block from
car line $600 $200 cash. S. L.
You get full weight and first
quality at the Central market. Just
try it awhile.
Houses any size or price on easy
payments. Mckititicy, St. Johns
ti 1005 room house and 50.x
100 lot, 5300 cash balance two
and three years. S. L. Dobic.
Housclming at wnolesalc prices
Choicest varieties of pansy plants
and rose bushes at Urodnhl s green
house. Place your orders now.
750, corner ioox too near French
block. McKiiiucy, St. Johns
Fine Hue of cigars, tobaccos, can
dies, nuts, fresh fruits constantly
on hand at Al Harris old stand.
E. D. Walker.
AH our meats are government
inspected and the best that money
can buy. Tney arc neatly and
carefully handled. .Come in and
leave your order for-'frec delivery.
Ward's Central Market.
Bargain $750. 50x100 witli 3
room House, wood House, some
umber, wat'.r, close to car and
store inside loop. Abstract to date
liny ot owner and save commission
Reuben E. Collins, 435, Allegheny
street, St. Johns, Ore.
New dotted muslins and madras
for curtains at Prall's.
50x100 lots close to car only
$300. 10 per cent "cash, balance
f 5 or -T 10 per month, 0 per cent.
Call and ask me about these lots.
McKiiiucy, St. Johns Heights Sta
$3400 buys 7 room modem house
bath, pantry and cement basement.
.ot 100x100 nicely fenced, 3 apple
trees, 2 cherries, Co Ioguu berries,
300 strawberries. Fine river view;
four blocks from 1 postomce. '5
cash, balance 3 years tit 7 per cent.
nee owner, 033 North Hdlson or
address postoffice box 23I. St.
olins, Oregon. iQtf
A millionaire once said that he
never got any happiness out of his
money. Wealth does not bring
happiness as is evidenced by the
Vatiderbilts, Goulds, Thaws, steel
magnates and others. But happl
ness consists rather in a contented
mind with an abundance of good
things to eat. Now if you will go
to Lash, 307 South Jersey street
aud buy your household necessities
you will certainly be happy for he
ms some of the good things to eat.
Special values in ready made
sheets and pillow cases at Prall
Mercantile Co., Holbrook block.
8 acres, 3 miles from good city,
all in high state of cultivation, 5
room house, barn 30x36 feet, root
louse I3xi6, chicken house 10x35,
another 25x84, another 12x12, one
acre of strawberries, 380 logan
berry bushes, 300 gooseberry bush
es, 100 black cap berry bushes, 1 1
pple, 3 pear, 30 peach, 30 cherry,
tid 5 nut trees, one acre of the
very best creek bottom laud, 3 acres
u pasture. 1 his ts an ideal little
ionic. Price S2100. uox 507,
St. Johns' Oregon.
A handsome "Merry Widow" tea
pot at the National Tea store.
Would not Try It.
A bunch of St. Johus people
went over to attend services in one
of Portland's beautiful churches
ast Friday night. Going up Third
street their attention was attracted
to a window in which were .dis
played several pretty snow white
rabbits. One of the ladies in an
ecstasy of delight and admiration
exclaimed: "Oh, isn't that too
culel look bow they wiggle their
noses" and turning to a rude bar
barian who was a member of the
party remarked; 'I'll bet you can't
wiggle your nose like that. ' Just
then the mamma rabbit began
scratching her nose with ber hind
foot. The horrid man seeing bis
opportunity quickly replied; "No,
ana I'll bet you cannot scratch
your nose with your hind foot like
that bunny, either." You could
have beard the shout that went up
half way to Council Crest and they
are not done laughing yet.
bows 35c at
Second Hand Furniture.
We have a 530.00 Daven
port which has been used a
few weeks, at $18.00.
A 12x15 Art Square all wool
A $21.00 sectional book
case at gis.uu. inese arc
bargains, Calef Bros. Oppo
Our readers will please note the
advertisement of Bonham & Cur
rier in this issue where this pro
gressive and enterprising firm offers
pair of shoes to tlie person wtio
will write the name of that firm the
greatest number of times of a card
the size of a postal. Drop in and
eave your name as a contestant,
get the fiuest pen point you can
find and go to practicing. You
will be surprised to see how much
smaller a little practice will enable
you to write. Be sure to stop and
leave your name or write Botiham
& Currier giving your name so tney
may know how many are to be in
the contest and enable them to pro
vide for counters and judges.
Watch St. Johus grow this year.
Printed ginghams 8c at Prall's.
Subscribe for the Telegram
best evening paper on thexoast
See Ed Stockton.
it you want to buy, rent, sell or
exchange property see Wolcott
(The Rent Man.)
For rent in First
building office or
apply at bank.
Laying liens, a bone mill
brooder. Will sell cheap.
205 N. Edison street.
Found Lady's woolen
Owner can have same by
property and paying for this notice.
Now is the time to secure your
cabbage and tomato plants. Nice
ones for sale at Brodahl's creen
The Peach Sisters arc coming.
That they spell it "Peak" makes
no difference. They arc "peaches"
just the same.
Best men's furnishings, lowest
prices at Prall's.
Insure your property in the
Pennsylvania, one of the best and
most reliable companies in exist
ence. H. G. Ogdcn.
Have your properly insured in
the St. Paul or Northern fire insur
ance companies. They are the
best. S. L. Dobic, agent.
George W. Simmons the Jersey
street candy merchant has secured
the concessions at the gate at Hill's
park ami wilt be 011 hands at all
games with candies, ice cream, cigars
lemonade and other refreshments.
The Vogue millinery store is
very busy place these days. Don't
put off making your selection til
all the prettiest hats arc taken
The Vogue keeps open evenings
for the benefit of the busy women.
Ladles silk and lisle gloves, 50c
to S.1.50 the pair at Prall's.
C. G. Bauer has moved from his
old location to 2 1 1 ' j Fourth street,
where he will be glad to meet his
old St. John's patrons aud all new
ones who need the services of
first class artist. He may be called
by phone number 835.
iv. C Monuicli will do your
paper hanging, ami tinting at rea
souable prices with dispatch. Can
furnish best of reference. Make
your wants known early aud avoid
the usual spring rush at house
cleaning time. Drop card box 603
The Pythian sisters vaudeville
on May 7 will be tlie best Home
talent entertainment ever pulled off
in the city. Do not miss it. Buy
your tickets early before tney are
all gone, von will wish you were
in the yellow row before the enter
tatumcul is over. Uetter pay our
girls something extra and get in
the yellow row. Ask them about
How Is Your Title?
Have your abstracts made, con
tinned or examined by II. I lender
sou, abstracter and notary public.
Accurate work. Reasonable fees.
205 Jersey street.
Two rooms for rent with bath,
hot and cold water, pleasantly situ
ated at corner of Tacoma and Fill
more streets, No, 401, inquire of
W. H. Warner. 26p
FROG, FREE, FREE !
Fancy vest or pants witli every
I25 tailor made suit. V. H. Ho
mer, merchant tailor, cor. Ivanhoe
and Philadelphia bts., St. Johns.
Pony 8 years old and two buggies
only $30. Furniture for sale cheap.
Leaving city soon. D. G. White,
1865 Berkeley avenue, Portsmouth,
A handsome "Merry Widow"
teapot at the National 'lea store,
Fire Boys' Roster
The resignation of Adam Kacm-
ein as first assistant fire chief occa
sioned several chauges in the roster
of officers of our fire scrappers,
W. E. Coon succeeds Kaetnleiii,
L. M, Oihus takes Coon's old place
aud Sam Hancock captures the cap
taincy of nose company No. 1
The roster as it stands at present
B. F. Noonan, fire chief.
W. E. Coon, first assistant.
L. M. Oihus, second assistant.
Tom Carroll, captain of chemical.
W. L. Speer, captain of hook
and ladder company.
Sam Hancock, captain of hose
company No. 1.
Jess Linquist, captain ot nose
company No. 2.
There are now about 35 mem
bers 111 good standing in tlie de
partment and new members coming
in. The weekly meetings are be-
ins well attended. Now that the
days are gettiug longer it is expect
ed that the fire laddies will get out
occasionally of evenings and prac
tice, A little practice will greatly
iticrease the efficiency of our fire
fighters and the boys should re
ceive every encouragement and
assistance possible at the hands of
the council and our people.
R. I.. Davidson, MntinL'cr. litem 1'ohtnkk. Vice Pre. .a
St. Johns Creamery
Photic Jersey 221.
1 15 West Burlington Street.
EAT AMERICAN BEAUTY ICE GREAM
Parisian Ice Cream Cones
Wholesale ST. JOHNS, OREGON Retail
PAIR OF SHOES FR
To the person who will write our firm
name "Bonham & Currier" the most I
t times on a postal card or anv other 1
card 3 1-4 x 5 1-2 inches we will give
the choice of any pair of shoes in our
store. The writing must be horizon
tal only, and upon one side. Must be
readable. Cards must be handed into
our store not later than Monday, May
4, at 7 p. in.
BONHAM & CURRIER i
Mason &, Urban
Cement Blocks of Drain Tile, Porch
Piers, Foundation Piers and
Telephone Richmond 641, Cedar Park, St. Johns.
J. E. COLVIN
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
Good huys in residence nnd business lots.
Factory sites, acreage and water frontage.
Ckmi'.nt Block Jli.no. IW leiu...u.l J'J'-
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ducao anil jersey ms. 1. wwiiiiw, 1
Don't go to Portia s
TO BUY YOUR MEAT
We carry a full line of fresh meats, also salt and smoked
meats. As residents of St. Johns we believe in patronizing home
industry and want you to jict the habit. Why o to Pot (land
when you can net your meat riht nt home nt Portland price ?
Come and give us a trial. We will surely treat you ri;ht.
BITGOOD & COLE
205 S. Jersey
J. R. WGIAIGR
Transfer and Storage
Wu deliver your Rootla to ami from all
twuts of I'ottlaiul, Vancouver, I.iiiiitou,
l'ortlaiiil mill KuburlMiu l'.xiruH Co,,
city iloclc mid nil xiutn nccuMiblu by
Wilson, Piano and furniture moving
a gjiccliilty. i9 l, ItiirliiiKtoti; phone
signifies the best in HUvSINISSS COrXKOKS
III5ST TRAINING ; llliST POSITIONS
I'.iirollnicnt lat yrar 1 luiplU (it u.luali-n arc
all ciiiiluyri(. Wt will plate you lu a )Ui(ni
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