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About St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1909)
THAT PLEASE THE WHOLE YEAR ROUND
What could be more pleasing than n new Floor Covering?
A new Rug for the Parlor? An Art Square for the bed room or
a new Linoleum for the kitchen?
Wc have a good grade Linolcnm at 60c a yard
easy terms, or 54c net.
Our $1.50 grade Inlaid cut to $1.25
Our $1.00 grade cut to 85c
In Easy Chairs or
Rockers we can suit
CALL ON US
Always glad to
show our goods and
Easy Terms Right Prices
"Whin you think of Groceries, think of COUCH & COMPANY."
All kinds of staple groceries, canned goods, delicacies for
lj your table, fresh fruits and vegetables.
l A large list of satisfied customers Is our best recommend
i Dry goods, notions and shoes. Try us on these Hues. Wc jtf
are not giving goods away, but wc arc making prices as low
as a safe business will permit. Wc try to make it your inter- 2
est to Buy Family Supplies IIKRH. V
COUCH & CO. 2
'ao6-?o$ Philadelphia St. Phone Jersey 97a S
The best workmen nsc
the best tools. There is
neither economy nor rat
isfactlon in the use of
poor implements. We
carry the most complete
and uptodate line of tools
on the peninsula. Ask
for Keen Kutter Tools
St. Johns Hardware Go
lfr- -r J
WE WILL CUT YOU
the best fitting suit you ever put upon your back, and make It up
from the handsomest and most durable materials. We have just
received a new stock of excellent designs in suitings, and respect
fully Invite your inspection of same. Our tallprs are careful
operators, and are scrupulous in the correct finishing of every
garment. Our prices are known for their moderation.
CLEANING, PRESSING nd REPAIRING
JOHN NOCE &
Next to Post Office Pboue Richmond 941
V. W. MASON
Cantraeter and ulldar
Manufacturer of Cement Blocks, Flue Blocks, Cement Drain Tile, !
Sewer Pipe, Cement Sidewalks, Steps and Foundations
Cement Block Building a Specialty
Phone, Drop me a Card or Call at Residence and Office 646 Hartman !
Street, Cedar Park, bt. JoUns
Bradford street was also leased to
the company until April 15th for a
consideration of $1.00, subject to
the same provision as Burlington
Start now to save money. Christ
mas comes in ttircc weeks, rut it
in the bank. The First National
Bank tells how with Time Certifi
cates of Deposit.
Plumbing and Tinning
Ml S. JffMy Strut
Phone Jersey 91
Calef Bros, are selling a good
grade linoleum at 54 cents a yard
laid on your noor.
L. F. Rout has bc?un the erec
Hon of a neat and substantial dwell
ing on South Jersey.
A card from T. E. Williams states
that he is enjoying the ocean breeze
at L,ong ucacu, uai., and tnat ne
feeling O. K.
Ten per cent discount will be al
lowed by Dr. Vinson Scott on all
dental work done during the month
Mr. and Mrs. Braasch left this
week for Chicago aud other points
In the east. They expect to be
gone for about one year.
This seems to be a season of im
provement in St. Johns, aud almost
any direction one cares to look al
terations aud improvements to bus
iness houses and residences are
very much in cvidcuce.
Mrs. Brown, the best scalp mas
sage specialist on the Pacific coast,
will give u talk on scalp treatment
at the Congregational church Dec.
8th at 3 p. in. All arc Invited to
come aud hear Mrs. Brown.
The business men of St. Johns
should not complain of the slow car
service between this city and Port-
laud. If it would require Halt a
day to make the trip it would be all
the better lor tuc business interests
E. O. Lindboe of Aberdeen, So.
Dakota, has purchased the resi
dence of ex-Councilman P. P.
Brown on Gilbert street, and will
take possession of same In a few
days. S. h. Dobie consumated the
F. K. Collins has disposed of his
interest in the St. Johns Cleaning,
Pressing and Dyeing works to his
partner, Gweu Manning, who will
continue to conduct the business.
Mr. Collins will likely locate in the
city of Portland.
The services of the Hpworth
Lentrne arc alwavs of interest, es
pecially to the young people. Ser
vices every Sunday evening at 6:30.
Topic for next Sunday evening:
"Influence ot idleness; ' lenuer,
Miss Ruth Crouch.
Ageut Davis reports that 1069
car loads 01 ireigut were uanaieu
over the O. R. & N. at this place
during the month of November.
Thus it will be noted that tue
freight business in St. Johns is
gradually on the increase.
A new door has been tilaced in
the basement of the city hall on the
Philadelphia side. This will prove
a great convenience in jailing pris
oners, as heretofore it was neces
sary to take them through the hall
way and down a precarious lllglit
The room formerly occupied by
The Louvre at the corner of Ta-
coma and Jersey streets and which
has been vacant for the past year,
is being remodeled and a new front
is being put iu. It will be occupied
when completed by uua aaimona
as a furniture store.
The annual summer session of the
University of Oregon will be held
this coming summer from June 39
to August 10 inclusive, a six weeks
term. The attendance last summer
reached nearly 100, moat of whom
were Oregon teachers, and indica
tions point to a much larger attend
ance for next summer.
All members of the St, Johns
Commercial club arc urgently re
quested to attend n joint meeting of
all the push clubs on the Peninsula
at Arbor Lodge this evening. The
meeting is being held under the aus
pices of the Peninsula Development
league and a large attendance is de
sired. The prime object of the
gathering is to discuss and take
some action in regard to heating the
street cars and a trolley line from
St. Johns to Kenton.
W. L. Marklc, bead machinist at
the Urge mills of Stanley-Smith at
Grecnpoiut, Hood River valley, and
P. S. Bannon, assistant, spent sev
eral days at the home of the editor
the past week. They left Monday
for White Salmon valley, where
they will spend some time on
ranch owned by the former.
The St Johns Lumber Co. on
Monday began running a night
force of about 150 men. This
means quite a help for the business
men of the city as many thousands
of dollars additional will be placed
ia circulation. It would be a good
thing for St. John if it had several
other institutions of the magnitude
of the St. Johns Lumber Co.'s mills.
The Altar society of the St.
Clement parish gave an enjoyable
whist party ia Eagle ball Wednes
day evening. '
S. C. Norton and wife are on a
two week's sojourn at St. Martin's
1 1 1
Save a portion of your income
now while your earning clays arc
here. The First National Bank
will help. Pays 3 per cent.
F. W. Valentine will leave Sun
day for a trip to Silver Lake county,
where he anticipates securing a
homestead of .120 acres. Severn!
of Mr. Valentine's relatives already
have taken posession of homesteads
in that neighborhood.
H. G. Ogdeu, the one time well
known real estate man of this city,
but who for the past year or so has
been enjoying rauch life near Day
ton, was visible upon our streets a
day or two this week. He was on
his way to Seattle on a business trip
aud stopped off en route.
The mothers of the W. C. T. U.
will hold their regular monthly
meeting, Monday, Dec. 6, 2:30 p.
in., at the home of Mrs. Turrell,
519 Chicago street. All interested
n these meetings arc cordially in
vited. A well prepared program
will be presented.
WANTRD Houses to rent or
sell. Home Investment Co., S. W.
Calef Bros, arc selling a
grade linoleum at 54 cents a
laid 011 you floor.
For Rent White furnished house
opposite the ice plant; no children.
Phone bast 3909.
Dr. Vinson Scott announces that
ten per cent discount will be allow
ed on all dental work done during
the month of December.
Do not SPEND all you have this
month. Remember life's necessi
ties are prepare against that day
when you'll not earn so much. The
First National Bank helps .those
who ask. 3 per cent, aud Time
Certificates "of Deposit nffli Interest
compounded every six month's.
Three 1 jound packages regular
diamond Wtca, i M. Iv. Hollen
beck Cash Grocery.
A Royal Charter Oak Steel Range
as good as new A 05.00 biove
for $27.50. At Hendricks' Hdw.
Christmas comes every year.
There are many Christmases. There
is but one time to save. That's
while you arc EARNING. Let
the First National Bauk take care
of your savings. Interest com
pounded every six months.
Four packages Wadco Condensed
Mince Meat, 30 cents M. E. Hoi-
lenbeck, Cash Grocery.
It you want to buy, rent, toll or
oxchanK property see Wolcott, (The
Rent Man.) 401 South Jersey. Side
Keen up the cood habit. Put
some money in the bauk. Do not
lesson your ellorts to provide against
that old age which is sure to come.
The First National Bauk takes safe
care of savings and compounds in-
terest every six monius.
Hare your property Insured In the
St. Paul or Northern tire Insurance
companies. They are the best. S,
How is your Insurauce? Let us
write some for you in the best of
Board Companies, b. W. Kogers,
309 N. Jersey St.
Trv to save some money this
SPP.NnTNft month. Put it in the
bank. Put it in the First National
Bank. The First National Bank
will helo vou save with Time Cer
tificates of Deposit.
For Sale One 5 room house,
price $8oo, $150 cash, 4 10 per
month. Houses for rent. Curtis
Co., Cedar Park.
All our meats are government In
spected and the best that money can
bur. They are neatly and careful
ly bandied. Come In and leave your
order for free delivery, ward's
All kinds of laundry work dons
promptly. Rouh dry washlns;
ests per pound. Calls mads for
laundry at any place. Rise as up
Phone Rich. 991. St. Johns Laun
iry, CkareUU Bros-yrsfristors.
We were robbed a week or so ago of our small change, a safety razor and a
few other small articles, but our loss is nothing as compared to yours, if you arc
not using one of our fine Seamless Hot Water Bottles, you arc daily using one of
the greatest comforts of life. Our line of rubber goods is complete and contains
some exceptional values. Wc guarantee our seamless bottles to last two years.
. Don't forget about the Naptha Nest Egg Lice Killer.
NORTH BANK PHARMACY
HOME OF THE FAMOUS NYALS REMEDIES.
"CURRIN SAYS SO
The Peninsula Bank
In the selection of a bank (he first thing of importance to be considered is ab
solute safety. The prudent depositor should know the character and the standing
of the bank with which he deals. Therefore, before inviting his confidence and
soliciting his patronage, wc beg to submit a list of directors who arc all practical
and successful business men:
M. L. II01.11KOOK, Capitalist
F. C. Knait, Sec. Peninsula Lumber Co.
PitTitu Autzun, President Portland Mfg. Co.
R. T. Pi.att, Piatt & Piatt, Attorneys.
II. L. PowitKS, Vice President nud Gcu. Mgr.
Lcwistou Laud & Water Co.
Titos. Cociikan, Contractor.
C. A. Wood, Cashier.
Rout. Tkuat Pi.att, President
F. C. Knait, Vice President
C. A. Wool), Cashier
Interest paid on Savings Accounts and Time Certificates.
Open an account with the conservative
We are pleased to note the splendid ap
preciation the ladies have shown by their
numerous purchases of suits; they have
shown the right spirit by spending their
money at home
WE SHOW THEM THE BEST GOODS FOR THE
See Our $15.00 Suits
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH !
Rev. Conrad L, Owen
is preaching a series of Sunday
morning sermons on the sub
"Questions That Jesus AsKed''
The subject for next Sun
day eyeniug will be :
"Secret and Public Giving"
Five Reasons For Fall Painting
I, The wood is thoroughly dry. i
a. Paint penetrates deeper In T
tw wrwul. 1
3. Pall weather is warm, dry, Z
4. Wet weather decays unpro- ,
5. Fall painting keeps out wiut
Acme Quality Paint & Finishes.
Ssa us. Wa havatha "Goods"
For Sale Square Chase piano In
first class condition, flno tono and
recently tuned. Prlco 7S, f 15 down
and balance on toons to responsible
party. Call 629 S. Ivanhoo streot.
Wc have the agency
for the Rothchild line
E Guarantee their wear and fit. We also carry a
few Overcoats and Cravenettes of the sumo line.
No marking up ioo 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 Braud Slickers and
Boston Rubbers arc in demand now, and there are no
better brands on the market.
BONHAM &, CURRIER