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Rome T Kettles at 85c I
5, 7 and 8 inch sizes
Regular Price $1 .35
These are best grade kettles made of 14 oz. f
Metal Nlcklc Plated.
Only one to a person
We want you to look over our goods and prices for X
what you need in House Furnishings.
Fail not to read Cnlef Bros.1 new
ad in this issue.
With this issue the Review starts
on its sixth year of existence.
The wet weather has been with
us pretty assiduously for a week
Easy Terms Right Prices
t "Whin rov UM ol Groceries, think ol COUCH & COMPANY' S
All If flirt U nf etnnltt crmnnrlna nnnttt1 rrirwlu 1Mtnif no frit
m mt w lis IV. W IWu Wi II lit. V ,VUUH UWIIWUWIViJ
9 your table, fresh fruits and vegetables.
A Urge list of satisfied customers Is our bestrecoRintnd
Dry goods, notions and shoes. Try us on these lines. Wc
are not giving goods nway, but we ore making prices as low
as a safe business will permit. We try to moke it your inter
est to Buy Family Supplies HERE.
COUCH & CO.
306.J08 Philadelphia St. Phone Jersey 972
wltl ut St. John Hardware
Company are all o( the new
variety that have sclcutlfl
cally arranged draft.
The kind that draw with
out blowing the kind that
make heat and no smoke.
See our splendid assort
ment of everything lu the
stove line from the kitchen
range to the parlor heater.
Special Thanksgiving Offer
Regular $30 and $35 Suits and
YOUR CHOICE $25
SEC OUR WINDOWS
Cltanina Pressing and Repairing
JOHN NOCE Sc CO,
Next to Post Office Phone Richmond 941
V. W. MASON
Cntrtr mn4 ulter
Maaufacturerof Cement Blocks. Flue Blocks. Cement Drain Tile,
Sewer Pipe, Cement Sideways, oteps anu ruuuuuwus
Cement Block Buildtng a Specialty
Phone Drop me a Card or Call at Residence and Office 646 Hartman
' street, Cedar Park, St. Johns
Plumbing and Tinning
Phone Jersey 91
Rcod the "Who's Who" contest
on 4th page and take a chance on
getting the $10 prize.
Miss Pearl Armstrong of Everett,
Wash., has arrived in St. Johns
and will spend the winter here.
A free lecture by Henry Har
rison Brown will be held in M. W.
of A., hall, St. Johus, Thursday
evening, Nov. 18.
O. W. Ford has begun the erec
tion of a fine bungalow on South
Hayes street, between Richmond
and Mohawk streets.
for tho Roviow and bo
Good Cow for Sale Jersey,
milker. 920 South Jersey.
For rent Storo room, next to
postofflco, brick, Inqulro John Noco
Chili-coucarnic at the 0; K. Res
taurant every Saturday and Sunday
You got full weight and ilrst
quality at tho Central markot. Just
try It awhllo.
You will find something of spec
ial interest in Calef Bros.' new ad
this week. Read it.
G. D. Eatingcr was a recent vis
itor at Hood River, where he took
in the nnnle fair. He is a former
resident of that town.
If vou want to get ahead you
must help push. The First Nation
al Bank will point the way with
Time Certificates of Deposit.
The Bachelors announce a dance
for both Christmas eve and New
Year's eve. Both will be as inter
citing and enjoyable as is possible
to make them.
Fire destroyed a lorcc house on
East Charleston street early this
morninir. Full particulars have
not been learned at the time of
going to press.
Hendricks & Horsmau hove tils
so ved nartuersmn in the grocery
business, and Mr. Horsmau is now
enrolled as clerk at Bonham &
Currier's grocery store.
The St. Johns Hotel is having
its interior appearance improved
with newly covered floors, walls,
etc.. niakiinr It one of tlic coziest
hostclrics on the Peninsula.
Portland has certainly been en
iovinr a nhcnomcnal growth the
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nast vear auu tlic population is in
creasinc at so ranld rate that it is
difficult to keep track of it.
A. T. Kubes has been added to
the tonsorial force at Mansfield &
Kaemleiu's borbcr shop. He is on
dutv there Wednesday and Friday
evenings and all day Saturday.
A speakeasy was unearthed at
University Park last week and the
proprietors 01 the concern were ar
rested. Quite a bunch of "para
phernalia" wos also confiscated.
The Savers Club of the First
National Bank numbers over 500
pleased depositors who have put
their savings in that bank. Is your
account there? Begin today. 3
The wives and sweethearts of
the members of the Commercial
Club are requested to meet with the
Club next Wednesday evening to
aid in outlining and planning some
nteresting social functions in con
nection with the Club during the
winter months. Many pleasing so
cial events are anticipated, and the
help and suggestions of the ladles
next Wednesday evening win ue
The Commercial club held an
other highly interesting session on
Wednesday niEht. The ciud is
concentrating all its euergies toward
securing a county road from St.
ohns to Packlngtown. Mayor J.
F. Hendricks and Recorder A. M.
Esson were appointed as a commit
tee to confer with some of the large
property owners along the route
n an endeavor to interest tnem in
pushing the project through.
One or two St. Johns ladles have
complained of a couple of well
dressed young men calling at their
tomes in the eveuings asking for
money. They were very persistent
about getting into the bouse when
they fouud the lady ol tne house
was alone. One lady said she bad
to shut the door in the face of one
of 'tnem before she could get rid of
him. They do not travel together,
and they will bear watching.
Try a pair of the celebrated '"Last
Forever" hosiery at Couch ft Co.'a.
Every man would like to be a bit
better off. Come to the First
tional Bank and learn how. In
terest compounded every six
All our meats are government in.
pected sad the best that money can
buy. They are neatly and careful
ly bandied. Come In and leave your
order for free, delivery. Ward's
CMtral Market. '
E. C. Hurlbcrt has four lots in
St. Johus for sale $100 cheaper
than any adjoining property,
WANTED Man to take choree
of farm and stock, also to cut cord
wood. J. H. Smith, St. Johus,
I A PROPOSITION
THAT NONE CAN
AFFORD TO PASS UP
It is a new Lice and Mite Killer, a Naptha Nest Egg to prevent and kill chicken lice. They
are 50c a package, and with each package we give you free a wall cabinet, size 1 12 feet by
2 feet, a mirror front, and it is a very beautiful and useful piece or furniture a good addition
to any kitchen. The eggs and cabinet can be seen in our window.
Must vncato. Millinery Block and
fixtures t.o bo closed out In 30 days
401 South Jersey streot. o. 1. Wol
Ilavo your property Insured In Uio
St. Paul or Northorn flro Insurance
companies. Thoy aro tho best. 8.
Li. Doblo, agont.
Those who earn must save. You
must save. Let the First National
Bank show you how with Time
Certificates of Deposit.
Over five hundred depositors
have enough confidence in the First
National Bank to risk that Bank to
help them save. Arc you one?
Become one this week. The First
Nutloual Bank pays 3 per cent.
Must vncato. ....mnory stock and
fixtures to bo closed out n 30 days.
401 South Jorsoy streot. O. P. Wol
if you want to uuy.ront, sou or
oxchango proporty soo Wolcott,, (Tho
Ront Man.) 401 South Jorsoy.' Stdo
The personal interest the First
National Bank takes in your affairs
if you arc a depositor with that
bank is worth much to you. Dc
posit from your wages to-day. 3
per cent, premium, interest com
pounded every six mouths.
Must vacate. Millinery stock and
fixtures to bo closed out In 30 days.
401 South Jorsoy at root. O. P. Wol-
LOST Black purse containing a
sum of money not far from the City
hall, last baturday. Finder please
leave at this office. Reward.
WANTED A house and lot
100x100 In exchange for acreage
near Vancouver, wash., or Mineral
Springs, Carson, Wash. Reuben
Collins. 313 Gresham street, St.
Must vacato. Millinery stock and
fixtures to bo closed out In 30 days.
401 South Jorsoy stroot. O. P. Wol-
co'. . rop.
All kinds of laundry work done
promptly. Rough dry washing 6
enU per pound, . Calls made for
laundry at any place. Ring us up
Phone Rich. 991, Bt. Johns Laun.
dry. Churchill Dro.,proprletors.
Bring In your Job printing whllo
you think of It. Don't wait until you
are entirely out. Wo aro equipped
to turn out noat and tasty printing
promptly at Portland prices or less,
Gas Appliances Arrived.
Those who have been patiently
awaitiug the arrival of the Gas
Mains and have longed to put in
Gas for Lighting and Cooking on
account of its convenience and
cheapness, will be glad to learn
that the HENDRICKS HARD
WARE CO., have installed a com
plete line of Gas Appliances for
None can question the fact that
Gas for Cooking is cheaper than
wood and far more convenient,
and this blessing is an attainment
now available by the housewives of
We notice the nice display win
dow in which they exhibit "Jewel"
Gas Ranges, Gas Fixtures etc., and
we feel sure that the people of this
City will be glad to be able to go to
a reputable locally established firm
for their Gas Burners and fixtures,
Mr. York will represent them in
giving estimates on house piping,
installing fixtures and the like, and
orders given Mr. York will be ex
ecuted by the HENDRICKS
HARDWARE CO., in a thorough
To say that the HENDRICKS
HARDWARE CO., is handling
the "Jewel" Gas Range is in itself
feature, as this, well-known Gas
Range has been the leader both for
economy and durability for years
Call up Richmond 936 for infor-
taatioa about gas, -
NORTH BANK PHARMACY
HOME OF THE FAMOUS NYALS REMEDIES.
"CURRIN SAYS SO."
The Peninsula Bank
By reason of its careful and conservative management and its
splendid board of directors and stockholders, consisting of practi
cal and successful business men, affords the highest possibli
curity to depositors.
Rout. Tkkat Pi.att, President
F. C. Knapp, Vice President
C. A. Wood, Cashier
Commercial and Savings Accounts invited.
Open an account with
M. L. Hoi.imooK, Capitalist
F. C. Knapp, Sec. Peninsula Lumber Co.
Pkthk Autzkn, President Portland Mfg. Co.
R. T. P1.ATT, Piatt & Piatt, Attorneys.
II. L. Powkkh, Vice President and Gen. Mgr.
Lcwistou Land & Water Co.
T11 OS. Cociikan, Contractor.
C. A. Wood, Cashier.
Demand and Time Certificates Issued.
The Pioneer Bank
Rev. C. P. Gates, Pastor
Subject Sunday evening, Nov.
14th, at 7:30 o'clock:
.icTcu ikin cennun"
J EVANGELICAL ;
Five Reasons For Fall Painting
I. The wood Is thoroughly dry.
a. Paint penetrates deeper in
x dry wood. , ,
Z . Pall weather Is warm, dry,
4. WCl WCOlllcr ucvnyp mhj-iw-
. Pall nalntlnKkcepsout wlnt-
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Acme SJuaiuy rniiuot -nut.
See us. Wo havotho "Goods"
It s resolved by the City of St. Johns,
that It deems it expedient 10 my oui,
open and extend Polk street In the City
ot St. Johns, from the Northerly side
line of St. Johns Helnhts Addition to
the Southerly side line of Willis Boule
vard in the bald City, said street to run
in a straiKht line from the end of Polk
street to Lehluh street In said City, and
to be sixty (6q) feet wide; and the City
Knirineer is hereby directed to make sur
vey of such extension, laying oui me
opcniiiK of Polk street and to make a
plat of the same and a written report
containing a full and complete descrij)
Hon of such street as laid out, opened
.,.i vi,iprl mill the boundaries there
of, and the portion of each lot and tract
of land to be appropriated therefore and
to file said plat, survey ami ivjwii
the City Recorder within twenty day.
from the date of this resolution, unless
the Council urant said Rngineer futher
time. Adopted this 9th day of Novem
ber. 1009. ,
A. M. KSSON, Recorder
Lity 01 hi. joiius
Published In tho St. Johns Itovlew,
Nov. nth and 19th, 1909.
A GOOD BUY
I have been requested to sell the
ots formerly owned by W. C. Ad-
ams on Aiiegueny aiicci, iwaiw
feet. Street fully improved auu
paid for, cellar dug and splendid
I nave also lor rem a ix oo"
house on Willamette lioueivaru,
rent $8.00. Apply to J. H. Fletch
er, 023 wiiiameiic uuucivuiu.
Must vacate. Millinery stock aud
fixtures to bo closed out In 30 days.
401 South Jorsey street. O. P. Wol
Wc have the agency
for the Rothchild line
E Guarantee their wear and fit. Wc also carry a
few Overcoats and Cruvcncttcs of tho same line.
No marking np 100 per cent, profit and then
marking down. We just give you the value for your
money in this line, as well as in the
Shoe, Dry Goods and Grocery Lines
Aquapelle Clothing, Fish Brand Slickers aud
Boston Rubbers are in demand now, aud there are no
better brands on the market.
BONHAM & CURRIER
A. 11. HIIMSTOCK UKO, 11. 1IKMSTOCK
HEM STOCK BROS.
UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING
Full Una or Hob, Catkata, ato,, kapt In stock
I. AMY ASSISTANT
Office I'lione WoolUwn 1874 .......... rt
KMldcnce I hone Woodlaw" Jio UNIVRKSITY PARK, OKKGOn
If you are looking for an investment that
is a sure winner buy half of block 16 at
The piece is 100x600 feet, lays fine and almost level.
Lots across the street from it are selling at $350 upward.
If this piece was cut into lots $3000 could easily be realized,
and then the lots would be much cheaper than any can
be bought for in that neighborhood. In five years $5000
would not bean exorbitant price, lb TAKEN AT ON Civ
$1800 BUYS IT$5oo down; $500 in six months aud the
balance at $10 per month or, $1500 cash will secure it.
If the money was not badly needed $3000 cash would not
take it. For further information see
R. H. BLANDING
Real Estate Office, Whitwood Court