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Telescopes. Suit Cases, j
Solid Comfort Rockers
! $2.00 to $18.00 1
Notice the Display This Week
for the child.
See What We Have Before You Buy.
Clms. Davis of Uclgrndo, Mont.,
was n guest at tho homo uf D. S.
It It Is qunllty In tho meat lino
you nro nfter you enn get It nt Dlt
good & Colo's at their now stand.
Mrs. Kmlty C. Wlllott of Olympla,
Wash., Is at present visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Fones,
S. J. Palmer, entomologist and
city forester of Denver, Col., was tho
guest of D. r. Horsman soveral days
Don't forget tho courtesy duo your
guest. Drop us n postal announcing
tho namo, ndrcss and whom visiting,
and wo will do tho rest.
John HolllnRshcad and wlfo of
Albln, Iowa, have been spending tho
past two weeks with the tatter's
slslor, Mrs. D. N. Itycrlco.
Prof, uoyd nnd family novo re
turned from n several weeks' visit
at their former home, Goldondnlo,
Wash. Tlioy report a most enjoy
ablo tlmo whllo thoro.
A birthday party won given at tho
homo of Qus Salmond Monday nlgl
In honor of Mrs. Snlmond,
wanted Young woman for goner'
nl housework. Apply nt C2'j S. Ivan
"Nothing but tho best" Is still Hit
good & Cole's motto In their now
market on North Jersey.
Mrs. W. W. Wludlo left InBt week
for n month's visit with friends and
relatives In Iowa and Kansas.
People who object to tho payment
of ono dollar for a building permit
In St. Johns hnvo very llttlo to com
plain of, olnco It costs $5 for tho
same privilege In Portland,
Easy Terms Low Prices
If you are going to build
Sec St. Johns Hardware Co.
Builders' Hardware, Sash, Doors, Paint and Oil
Estimates Fioriuio Promptly
St. Johns, Oregon.
PAID-IN CAPITAL STOCK AND SURPLUS ? 30,000.00
R. T. Piatt, President V, C. Knapji, Vice President
C. A. Wood, Guliier
R. T. Plott, President. Attorney
V, C. Knapp. Vice Pres., Sec. Pen. Lumber Co.
M. L. Holbrook, Capitalist
Peter AuUeu, Pres. Portland Mfe. Co.
II. I.. Powers, VlcePres. and Gen. Mmjr.
I.ewUton Sweet Water & Irrigation Co.
Thos. Cochran, Real Kstate
C. A. Wood, Cashier
We have met with most flattering success with RUB-NO
MORE. In the past two weeks wchave given away 90 dozen
Silveroid Teaspoons absolutely free and we still have 40 doz,,
or 80 sets of these elegant spoons to give away that we got
with the first buy. ...... , ,
Special Notice. When this lot is gone that will end
the free goods. Come this week ami avoid disappointment.
COUCH A, CO.
306.J08 Philadelphia St. I'lione Jersey 97a
KING & BRODAHL
420 North Jersey Street
Headquarters for Farms and Acreage Tracts
Busiuess Property, Factory Sites, Dwelling Houses
and Vacant Lots on Easy lerms.
Plumbing and Tinning
293 S. Jersey Street
Phone Jersey 91
St Mm, fe$M 4
J. S.UoiisIck, formerly of this plnco
but now 11 lnrgo shocp owner with
hondquartors near llcppnor, spent
sovcrnl days clrculntlnir nmonir IiIb
old f rlomls-hero tho pnut week.
ChoBtor Vincent and llonjnniln
Hoover nro now nsslstliiB tho city
engineer with tho lnrgo volume of
buslncBB now confrontlnB thnt dennrt
mcnt of munlclpnl government,
Mm. lluby Mnrkwoll linn recovered
from her recent serious Illness. Her
luisbnnd arrived from Walln Wnlla
tho first of the weok nnd will ro
main In St. Johns for oino time.
Mm, S. T. lllytho of Hood ltlver,
In company with her son Ned, one
of tho editors of tho Oreganlan, nnd
wlfo wero pleasant visitors In St.
JoIiiih tho latter pnrt of last week.
Mlsa Kunlco Mosler, who hns boon
spondliiK tho past soveral months
with Mrs. W. Vnlontlno, left Sun
day night for her homo at Yalik, II.
U. She was dellKhtcd with St. Johns
uud hopes to soon return.
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Monday of
Wolsor, Idaho, urrlvod In St, Johns
Sunday. They left tho first of tho
week for tho Soattlo exposition, and
on tholr rotum will spend n fow days
with Mm. Monday's mother, Mm. I).
S. Hoover of this city.
Out at tho Oaks there aro ninny
and various forms of umusoment. 0n
can shoot tho chutes, tako a bath,
dance, skate, tucklo tho tickler, en-
Joy n Joy rldo nnd go to "Holl" for
tho small sum of ton cents, ono dtmo
Miss Margarot Summers and cous
in, Miss Minnie Summora, and Miss
Joslo Itobb of Hlttor Hoot Valley,
Mont., aro guests at tho homo of T.
J, Monahau. Miss Mlnnlo Summers
expects to remain In St, Johns until
Walter Crouchloy had an upset
whllo crossing tho river Monday In a
row boat. Ho was thrown out and
somi tools ho had with him wont to
tho bottom of tho river. Ho was
rescued from his predicament by a
couplo of men in a boat.
V. L. Plummer and wlfo have gono
to Astoria for a period of about six
weeks. Mr. Plummer Is deputy organ
Izer for tho Woodmon of tho World
and will devote his time to tho In.
tereats of this organization, whllo his
wife will spend most of the tlmo at
the seasldo resorts,
Jeffory J. Walters of Ithaca, Mich.,
urrlved In St, Johns the first of tho
week and Is a guest at tho homo of
his brother-in-law, Gilbert Goodhue,
Mr. Walters took In the 0, A. K.
Encampment at Salt Lako City on
his way out. Ho oxpects to remain
hero for several days at least,
"Happy Jack," tho effervescent
bootblack who had his headquarters
In tho Holbrook block on Burling
ton street, has shaken tho dust of St.
Johns from bis heels and Is now
shining bis way to the good will of
tho people of Vancouver, Wash,
Happy" was noted for possessing a
smile that wouldn't wash off, and his
good natured visage with Its ebony
complexion will bo missed by the
patrons of tho stand.
B. T, Leggett, wife and Mm. h.
H. Chambers have returned from an
enjoyable trip to Ocean Park. Mr.
Leggett presented the editor with a
souvenir of tho visit In the shapo of
a piece of rope and part of a chair
which be secured from tho French
bark Alice which was wrecked off
the coast at Ocean Park last January,
He says that the beach there Is the
finest along the coast and that the
fishing cannot be excelled anywhere.
They expect to mako another trip to
this resort before tho season is
Mrs. Hortcnso 1 Ponwell of Clone
boo, III., la spending l lie summer
with her brother, J. P. Fonts.
Mm. 0. II. fjutcknecht of Waterloo
lown, wob tho guest of her mother,
Jim. J. P. Snylor of this city, this
Mlsa Leila Tompkins, a Hood
ltlver milliner, spent n fow dnys
(ho past week nt tho homo of I). N
A number of our citizens nro pro
paring to go hop picking, tho season
for which opens tho latter end of
Tho Itovlow's list of subscribers Is
steadily increasing, Huslness men
Bhould not loso sight of this fact.
tiring in your ads.
Subjects for Sunday at tho Dap
tint church: Morning "Christian
Giving;' evening "Hindering Christ."
Conrad L. Owen, pastor.
Mm. A. V. Nelson and Jim. a. I
Aldrlch left for Ocoan Park Tuesday
whoro they wilt upend a couplo of
weeks besldo tho snd flea waves.
Mr. nnd .Mm. Jerome Slioup nnd
Miss Kdnn Perry of Hill City, Knn
sas, havo been tho guests of Jlrs, A.
Stucker the past fow days.
Jim. A, Stucker Is preparing to
open up n branch millinery stora nt
tloavorton and will bo ready for bust
uess thoro In a fow days.
J, J. Swengel nnd son of Ilethuno,
Canndn, nro spending n fow days
In St. Johns. .Mr. Swengel Is n
brother of W. K. Swengel, tho liar
Tho Ladles' Aid society of tho
First llaptlst church will gtvo an
Ico cream socliil on tho lawn near
the church on Chicago street Friday
ovonlng, August 20. Everybody Is In
vited to come.
i merry necktlo social was held at
tho homo of Itussell Dickey on Mo
hawk street Wednesday' evening by
tho llaptlst young people About
J18.G0 was cleared and everybody had
11 fine tlmo.
liny Davis, son of Councilman A.
V. Davis, ban nccupted 11 position an
stenographer in tho St. Johns Lum
her Co.'b office.
It Is reported that tho Kiist St.
Holms depot did over $700 worth of
pnsBunger business tho past month,
This certainly Is n most satisfactory
Wanted Young woman for gener
al housework. Apply nt G29 S. Ivan
Tho W. O. W. will gtvo n dnnco In
Hlckttcr Hnll Wednesday night,
ugU8t 23th. Tho event promises
to ho n most enjoyable ono nnd nil
lovers of Untieing should be on hand,
Ton dollars roword wilt bo given
for information leading to tho arrest
and conviction of tho pnrty or parties
who Btolo alt tho peaches from n
tree In my yard Wednesday.
8. H. areono.
A good, live solicitor would find It
an cuBy matter to pick up n row
dollars every day by Bocurlng sub-
Bcrlhem to tho Hovlow. Young lady
Alt tho imunl Bcrvlccs will bo hold
nt tho Congrcgatlonnt church Sun
lay, preaching by tho paRtor. Tho
public Is cordially Invited. G. W
Hov. G. W, Nelson, wlfo nnd
dnughter and Mr. nnd Jtrs. 1). G
llusby helped to swell tho throng at
Soattlo tho past week. Thoy re
turned homo Tuesday after having
a mout enjoyable tlmo.
Geo. It. Jlokel, 1111 old friend of
tho editor, was n cnlter nt tho Ho
vlow office Wednesday. Mr. Jlokel
was formerly connected with the
Swift Packing Co. In .Missouri In tho
cnpnclty of purchasing agent, and
linn been transferred to tho Peninsula
Ho says ho cxpcctH to see ono mil
Hon Inhabitants on tho Peninsula In
side of tho next fifteen yearn.
Wanted at onco Uaby wnlkor in
good condition. Address P, 0. Ilox
757, St. Johns.
Special prices on first class meats
at tho Central .Market on Saturday
Lenvo your orders.
For Kent Modern C-room house;
bath, flro placo and electrlo lights,
33S N. Kellogg street.
For rent Furnished houso; cheap
U tho right party. Apply at whlto
iouso opposlto tho Ico plant.
Wantod Young lady to solicit sub
svrlbom for tho Itoviow. Good com.
mission paid. Call at onco.
Itobort Storm of Brookings, South
Dakota, accompunlod by J, C, Jen
kins formerly n Brookings resident
but now located In Portland, culled
upon tholr old-tlmo friend nnd com
rade, Chief of Pollco Brodosou Sat.
urdny. Tho visit waa Immensely en
joyed by tho throo old cronies.
No bottor moats woro ovor sold nny-
whoro than can always bo found nt
r. P. Ward'B market. "Quality wlnit"
his motto nnd ho Uvea right up
to it. Tho prices aro as low as
iooA moat can bo sold for and al
low a living profit. If you want
jood meat go to Ward's, If not go
somqwhero olso. Special prices on
Arrangements aro being mndo for
tho Installation of a telegraph office
In St. Johns, Poles nro being placed
and wires nro being strung nnd al
most before wo know it a first class
office will bo established at tho foot
of Burlington street. Thin Is n soj-
vlco thnt has long been needed, and
Its coming will bo welcome news to
tho great majority of our citizens,
Willis Jackson and wlfo of Gretton,
Ohio, spout soveral days at tho homo
or Hon. K, C. Couch during tho past
weok, Mr. Jackson and Mr. Couch
wero boys on tho farm together, and
many happy reminiscenced of tho
pleasant boyhood days wero called to
mind, Mr. Jackson and his wlfo aro
now taking In tho fair at Seattle.
Thoy aro greatly pleased with this
part of tho world and Its incompar
Contracts werq lot during tho past
week for double tracking tho North'
ern Pacific main lino betweou Kal
aina and Tacoma, Between Kalama
and Portland double track already
exists. Tho additional track Is be
Ing laid to provldo for the common
ubo of the Northern Pacific lino by
the Union Pacific between Portland
and the Pugot Sound cItleB. Tho
work Is expected to bo completed
within six months at a cost of about
Bitgood & Cole have purchased
tho S, Turner market on Jersey
street and have already taken pos
session of tho same. This will give
these gentiomen a better location,
a larger establishment and reduces
the number of meat markets In St.
Johns. With two good markets like
Bitgood & Colo's and T. P. Ward's
doing business In the business (lis
trlct of St. Johns the wants of our
people will bo fully and bountifully
Mr. and Jim, Crawford and Mr.
and Jim, Alter of Lyons, Kansas,
woro guests of .Mr. and Jim. Jos.
Fones tho latter part of last week.
Lost May 2nd, In St. Johns, pair
of rimless spectacles In Staples case;
reward. Itoturu to 121 Gilbert street,
Havo your property Insured In tho
St. Paul or Northorn flro Inournnco
companies. Thoy aro tho best. S.
For sale Largo ho corner lot;
lot 1 block 1, JlcDougal's subdivision,
North St. Johns. I). Tope, 308 Sal.
mou street, Portland,
Booms and bonrd In up-to-dnto now
houso, 226 Knst Fiissondun street, on
car lino two blocks from St, Johns.
Would llko school toachom,
Fumlshod rooms, boat In tho city.
Now brick building, nowly furnished,
prices reasonable. Calof Bros,, homo
furnishers, opposlto postofflco.
Wanted At tho Portland Woolen
Mills, weavers and plnnerf, exper
ienced preferred. Will teach a few
men and women If applications are
received at once,
For Ilont Two fine houses on
Oswego street: ono four-room nnd
tho other a handsome, modern rest
donco of sovon rooms. A, V, Nel
519 Oswego street.
Wanted: Intelligent man or wo
man to tako territory, and appoint
canvassers to soli our water filters.
Excluslvo territory, and nlco, profit
ablo work for tho right party. Seno
ca Filter Co., Seneca, Mo.
All our moats aro government in-
spoctod and tho best that raonoy can
buy. They aro noatly and careful
ly handled. Como in and loavo your
order for freo delivery. Ward's
For Salo Gasoline Launch and
Houso Cost $1200, will sell for $100.
Also Automobllo cost $875, will soli
for $t&0; both In first class condl
tlon. Tolophono Woodjawn 1716.
No. 19C Wiilamotto Boulevard, Port
How is Your Title?
Have your abstracts made, con
tinuod or examined by Poninsula
Tltlo, Abstract and noalty Co., H.
Hondcrson, manager. Accurato work.
Ileasonablo feos. Comont Block
building, Jersey stroot.
Are You Tired of Darning ?
If You Are, Just Try the
They have Linen
heels and Toes
and they are
The Price, 25c
Are you tired of short-waisted, sklmpt over
alls? If you are, try the Headlight or
When thinking of your Fnlt suit of clothing, think of us. Ours
is the Rothchlld line of medium priced, long-wearing, fine
BONHAM & CURRIER
The most economical
Incandescent Electric Lamp made
o watt - 32 candle power $ .85
60 watt - 48 candle power $1.00
100 watt - 80 candle power $1.30
250 watt-200 candle power $2.50
These prices arc 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 Power Go.
Merchants! Manufacturers! Farmers! Everybody!
We arc hunting for your business and have been on
your trail for some time. Our aim is to serve you
The adoption of our service offers a complete
solution to the transportation problem.
Our rates arc reasonable and our service
Two trains between St. Johns and Portland
We deliver Anything, Any Place, Any Time.
Call and get our rates before shippiug.
PORTLAND & SUBURBAN EXPRESS GO.
C. W. STEARNS
Agent nt St. Johns,
l'hones: l'ortland Office, Main 358 St. Johns: Jersey 122
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance
Abstracts of Title Prepared. Accurate Work Guaranteed. j
St. Johns Lumber Co.
Has all kinds of lumber, kiln dried and otherwise.
Also slab wood, Timbers of all sizes cut to order.
Get your winter's wood now and save trouble.
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First National Bank I
St. Johns, Oregon
Paid in Capital -
Henry W. Coe, President
A. R. Jobes, Vice Pres. F. P. Drinker, Cashier
Drafts issued on all Foreign Countries.
SAFIi DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
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