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About St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1909)
2 Wc buy right
Wc sell right J
1 Seeing Is Believing!
Yu lmvc to show people the these days. They
" "-j1"" wiu. i j my warn 10 see ior uiciiiscivcs. s
That's what we 1
as in Portland, getjnst j
easy terms, jnst ns $
that they can buy at
home jnst as cheaply
good quality and at the jj
same time help build
up home industries.
Notice our display of
Book Cases, Ladies'
Desks, Roll Top
Desks, Library Tables,
etc., this week.
Remember the place.
This Quartered Onk Combination Cnsc
nt?i3'75i regular $21 value.
1 OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
If you are going to build
Sec St Johns Hardware Co.
Builders' Hardware, Sash, Doors, Paint and Oil
liSTIMATKS PlOl'UKI) PUOMI'TI.V
St. Johns, Oregon.
PAID-IN CAPITAL STOCK AND SURPLUS
It. T. IMatt, I'rctMcnt
'. C. Knapn, Vice l'rcMciit
I. Wood, dulilcr
R. T. IMatt, rresldeiit. Attorney
1'. C. Knapp. Vice l're.. Sec. l'en. I.umlwr Co.
M. U. llolbrook, Capitalist C
l'etcr Autzen. l'rc. J'ortlnnd Mfc. Co. V
II. I. Tower, Vlccl'ren. ami Gen. Mntfr. X
I.ewUton .Sweet Wuter & Irrigation Co, 9
Tho. Cocliran, Real l!tatc V
C. A. Wood, Cailiier A
Cut out this ml., present it nt our store on Saturday, Aug.
7, or Monday Aug. 9: purchase ONK large 250 package of
"KUn-NO'.MORU" Washing Powder and we will present you
with n full set of Six Elegant Silveroid Tea Spoons free.
Special Notice! As we only have n limited sup
ply of these spoous, come early to avoid disappointment. Not
over TWO packages sold to a customer.
COUCH &, CO.
KING & BRODAHL
420 North Jersey Street
Headquarters for Farms and Acreage Tracts
Business Property, Factory Sites, Dwelling Houses
' and Vacant Lots on Easy Terms.
Plumbing and Tinning
293 S. Jersey Street Phoue jersey 91 M. Johns, Oregon
Chan. I'millln of -130 Gilbert struct
Is still on tho sick list.
Work for a CJrfla'er St. Johns,
Now post cards nrrlvlnp every day.
St. Johns IMiarmary.
Horn To Mr. ami Mrs. Al Har
ris, Snturila), July 31, a druish'c
Mrs. A. Stuckqr, of tho Voguo Mil
linery, spent Snturtlny In Deavcrton.
O. Li, Perrlno has purchased two
lots on North Edison street adjoining
his resldcnco on thnt grado-wantcd
Mrs. Carl Moo of Whltwood Court,
who hnd been quite 111 for several
days, Is now much Improved.
Asco Addition" Is tho latest pint
thnt hns been presented to council
for nccoptnnco. Golly, what n name
Poroxldo Cream for rough skin
tan, sunburn, otc, guaranteed to
glvo satisfaction. St. Johns I'linr
Tha St. Johns Shipbuilding plant
Is crowded with work and an extra
largo force hns been added In con
Krom 2i" to 3fi cars of Iors nro bo
lug dally shipped from tho loading
stntlou hero to the Oregon City
Mrs. Mildred Stanley of 421 all
bort street entertained Mrs. K. H.I Carl Nelson hns been promoted to
Morse of Irvlngton and Mrs. IJclla of tho position formerly held by H. 1;
llorsmnn In Couch & Co.'b store, and
Is mulling goo:!.
Itov. O. W. Nelson will preach nt
otico nt tho Voguo
Mrs. Gcorgo Pago of Athens, Pa.,,
has been n guest nt tha homo of Mr.
and Mrs. John N, Kccler the past
It. D. Jackson, tho up-to-thcdiour
pharmacist, wife and baby aro rovcllni
In tho sen breezes and mingling with
tho bathers at Seaside this week.
South Portland on Wednesday even
M. I). Nowton and family nro tak
ing In tho I'olr at Senttlo this week.
On their return they oxpect to do-
pnrt for Los Angeles, whero they
will remain Indefinitely.
Goorgo N. Mnrklo of Clonrflold,
Poima., brother of tho editor, arrived
In St. Johns Sunday evening and has
been added to tho Itovlow forco. Ho
has had many years experience In
tho printing business and his coming
" III add strength to tho paper.
Chief of I'ollco DrcdcBon presented
tho editor with n fine lot of cucum
bers Monday, all for which wc nro
duly thankful. Mny cucumbers grow
for him where they never grow be
fore, and may his heart never grow
tho Union scrvlccH at Ilia Klrst Con
gregnllounl church, Portland, next
W. II. King was called to Salem
tho lnttcr part of last week In re
spouse to n telegram announcing the
serious Illness of ti daughter.
The rail for bids on the Improve
ment of Ham Ilurllngton and Ta
coma strcols may be found In this
Issue. Contractors, please take no
P. Hill shouldered a bran new
rifle Monday mid took his depar
ture for Nehnlam. whero he will
p-iid a few days In that hunter's
,'iaradlso. Teddy'H record will look
Ike a email potato before Paschel
I W. Miller, nu old tlmo friend
.if S, W. Uodgers, tho clock doctor,
made him a plonnnnt vUlt Monday.
Mr. Miller Is n resldunt of Mt. Pleas-
nnt. Mich., and dropped off to see
bis eld friend while en .route to tho
C. T. 1'rnll, formerly n well known
mcrchmit of this city, has launched
Into tho land selling business with
limuhpiartera hi Portland, Irrigated
lauds Is made n spuclnlty.
W. Peterson, a plensaul young
man from ' lllg Lake; Minn., Is n
guest nt tho home of 'Ids old friend,
Councilman P. P. Drown, this wok.
He will take hi the Hostile Pair bo
fore returning home.
Mistress Aldrlch of Ktiuxvllle,
lown, and Mlts Jondo Kolloy of OIiup
lln, Ohio, aro giiuntH at the home
of ox-Mnyor II. W. Ill led this week
They will visit the HonltU exposition
before returning home.
Mrs, W. A. Ilemiett gave a pitas-
lug party Inst Wednesday afternoon
hi honor of her guest, Mrs, James
Rich of Dulutli, Minn. About thirty
wore present, and linage wnu the
chief dlvertlen Indulged hi.
H. McKlmuty hasi acquired a
moving picture outfit, mid we pro
sumo ho will noon be showing lllun
trillions of the real estnto ho Iiiik
for sale hi tho latest mid most ap
proved modern fashion. "Jerry" Is u
firm bollevor In hooping abreast
with the times
J. I,. Rummera mid daughter of
Corvallls, Mont., nro kuouIh at the
home of T. J. Monnhaii. Mr. Rum
mors Is sojourning hero In hope that
The woolen mills ball toam Jour- tho change of cllmato will belief It Ids
noyod to Llnnton last Sunday and do- daughter's health and will likely re
featod tho strong aggregation of thnt 1 mulu for some tlmo. Ho Is a cousin
town by n score of 18 to 14. The 0f Mrs, Monnhaii
game was quito inioreBiing in spue
cf tho largeness of tho score, and
was Intersnorsod with plenty of
A largo manufacturer of gasolino
The subject nt the Ilnptist church
next Sunday morning nt U o'clock
will bo 'The Sovon-fold Purity of
Truth." Union meeting nt 8 p, m,
Itov. Guy L, Dick, ussoclnto pnstor
tho First Congregational church
of Porllnm: will preach. Hvorybody
InvlttA Conrad I,. Owen, pastor.
II. P. Clark has purchased tho
confectionary nnd clsur stnnd of
Goorgo Simmons on Jersey streot,
and hns alrondy taken possession of
Hi - same, Mr. Simmons will horo-
.Iter devote his energies principally
o looking ntter tho Interests of tho
Portland Journal In St. Johns.
engines will bo one of the manufnc
turhig concerns to locate on the CO
aero tract now being graded nt Keii'
ton, tho Swift townslto on tho Pon
Insula. Another company thnt may
Tho tlmo nt the Commercial club
Wodnesduy evonlng was taken up
In making arrangements for tho
dunce In the city dock which was
held last night. As tho Itovlow goes
to press before the dunce comes off,
we will hnvo to pospouo tolling all
about lv until next week.
Subscrlbo for tho Tologrnm
ovenlng paper on tho coast.
You got full wolght and
quality at tho Central mnrkot.
try It nwhllo.
Por Hont Modorn C-room house ;
bath, flro placo nnd electric lights,
S35 N. Kellogg street.
For rent Purnlshcd houso; cheap
U the right party. Apply nt white
house opposite the Ice plant,
Wanted Young lndy to solicit Bub
scrlbors for tho Itovlow. Qood com
mission paid. Call nt once.
Just "received 200 novels and stor
los of fiction ut the St. Johns Phar
macy, Boiling nt 10c tho copy.
Hnvo your property Insured In tho
St. Paul or Northern flro Insurance
companies. They nro tho best. S.
L, Doblc. agent.
Furnished rooms, best hi tho city.
New brick building, newly furnished,
prices reasonable. Cnlef llroa., homo
furnlohcrB, opposite posteftlce.
Are You Tired of Darning ?
If You Are, Just Try the
Wanted At the Portland Wooler
Mills, weavers and spinners, oxper
enced preferred. Will teach a few
men and women If applications are
received at once.
Wanted: Intelligent man or wo-
mnu to take territory, nnd appoint
cnuvnsBors to sell our 'Water filters
Uxcluolvo territory, and nice, profit
able work for tho right party. Bono
cn Kilter Co., Seneca, Mo.
All kinds of laundry
promptly. Itougli dry
wash I us 0
coiits por pound. Calls made for
lnundry nt nny placo. King us up
Phono ltlch. HOI, St. Johns I.aun-
dry. Churchill Ilros.,proprletors.
All our moats nro government In
spected and the host thnt money can
buy. They nro neatly nnd careful-
handled. Como hi and leave your
order for free delivery. Ward's
Por Sale Gasolino Launch nnd
House Cost $1200. will soil for 1460.
Mho Automobile coat $STC, will sell
for $150; both hi first clnis condi
tion. Telephone Woodlnwn 17IS.
No. 1!)C Willamette Iloulovard, Port
How Is Your Title?
Hnvo your abstracts mado, con
tinued or examined by Peninsula
I'ltlo, Abstract and Itenlty Co., II.
Hondorsou, imiunger. Accurato work.
Ileasonnblo fees. Cement lllock
building, Jersey streot.
New Fall Fabrics
for ucutlcmeu. Garments to
order iu nil the latest designs ntul
colorings known to the wearer in
Pine I'orcigu mid Domestic
nnd look us over. No trouble
to show uoods.
Satikfnctlou guaranteed hi all cants.
I.udlts' unil Gentlemen' clcuiilng,
pricing and repairing.
JOHN NOCE & CO :lZb,e
408 N, Jerkt-v St., 3d door S. of P. O,
1 It I srtn wmmmS
They have Linen
heels and Toes
and they are
The Price, 25c
Are you tired of short-walsted, sklmpt over
alls ? If you are, try tho Headlight or
When thinking of your Fnll suit of clothing, think of us. Ours
is the Kothchilc line of medium priced, long-wearing, fine
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Incandescent Electric Lamp made
o watt - 32 candle power $ .85
60 watt - ,S candle power $1.00
100 watt -So candle power $1.30
250 watt-200 caudle power $2.50
. These prices are the lowest in the city.
It gives twice the light of
the ordinary incandescent lamp for
the same cost per hour.
Portland Railway Light and Powor Co.
C. J. Anderson and daughter Hocco
locato Ib a smelter and Iron foundry roturnoa Tuosday night from a few
says tho Portland uauy Ausiraci.
Df, C. D, Hopper has given up his
practice horo and Is now located at
nichland. Wash. Tho Dr. and his
wife hnvo many warm frlonds here
who will regret their depnrturo, Tho
city of St. Johns Is so well provided
with good physicians that the field
Is not lucrative for outside pbyslc
mouth's visit to Swodon, They had
a delightful tlmo throughout, and the
long Journey was nindo without mis
hap, Mr, Anderson says he traveled
over lots of ground nnd saw many
Interesting rights, but he Ib willing
to give It ull for goo'd old Orogon.
Inns to locato.
Mrs, Minnie Lelghton of 124 Fox
street gave a dinner last Thursday
in honor of her sister, Mrs, Frelda
Bonny of San Francisco, Cal, Those
present woro Mrs. Frieda uonny,
Mrs. Kate Yarnoll. Mrs. Minnie
Meyer, Mrs. draco Kansbaum, Mrs.
Mildred Stanley and Masters Bonny,
Yarnoll and Meyer,
The dance glvon by tho Bachelors'
club In BIckner'B hall Thursday even
Ing of last week was a splendid suc
cess, and tboso who were fortunate
onough to bo In attendance wero de
lighted with tho good time accorded
them The decorations wero unlquo
and very tasteful and attractive u
the bachelors do not know how to
secure a wlfo, they know how to
provide a good time at a dance.
The alarm of flro startled the mt
Uvea Monday afternoon and tho fire
department mado record tlmo In
reaching the scene of tho conflugra
tlon. Tho flro occurred nt a mnull
dwelling on tho corner of Catlln and
Hayes streots, but a few buckets of
water subdued tho flames and to
sorvlccs of the fire laddies worn not
Adam Kacmloln hied himself to
Collins Springs Monday for tho pur-
poeo of putting his body to soak for
a row (lays in tue springs or uuu
placo. His stay was abruptly term
inated because of tho fact that the
man ho secured as, substitute in the
barber Bhop during his ubconco
worked a couple of hours and thou
calmly packed up his tools and do-parted.
W. J. Poddlcord and one or two
other gentlemen woro In St. Johns
yesterday In tho Interest of securing
a trolley lino leading from St. Johns
to tho Swift packing plant. Ho bo-
turned and now occupies his building llevcd that If tho people hero would
next to the postofflce. Hagenson & ull lend their support that In can
Smith retire from tho field, having junction with tho push clubs along
disposed of their buslnoss to Mr. the Peninsula enough pressure could
Noco & Co. John Is a skilled work- he brought to bear to bring tho
man, thoroughly up-to-date,' genial boon about. That It would bo of
nnd obliging, and his many 'friends great benefit to St. Johns uouo can
will bo glad to know that bo has do- gainsay, and we believe tho project
elded to cast his lot with us once I will have tho moral support of every
more. resident In tho city,
John Noce, formerly a popular
tailor of this city has once moro re.
has widened its market un
til it includes the whole civil
ized world; has become the
typewriter of over 300,000
operators and has, during
1906, broken every previous
record of sales, because it
nas from the beginning best
tnet every typewriter need,
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C. W. STEARNS
Agent nt St. Johns.
Phones: Portland Office, Main 358 St. Johns: Jersey 132
H. HENDERSON 205 Jersey St.
Real Estate. Loans, Insurance
Abstracts of Title Prepared. Accurate Work Guaranteed,
St. Johns Lumber Co.
Hns all kinds of lumber, kiln dried nnd otherwise.
Also slab wood, Timbers of all sizes cut to order.
Get your winter's wood now and save trouble.
First National Bank
St. Johns, Oregon
Paid in Capital
Henry W. Coe, President
A. R. Jobes, Vice Pres. If. I Drinker, Cashier
Drafts issued on all Foreign Countries.
SAFK DEPOSIT HOXES FOR RENT.