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About St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1910)
It will pay you
well to examine
these sewing ma
chines before you
buy. They have
all modern im
labor saving de
for 10 years.
Exnctly like cut, only $22.50
$5.00 down, S5.00 Monthly
OUR PRICES ARE
LESS because we
don't have to pay f
an agent several i
days wages to sell f
We send them I
Cabinet Machines $40.00 out on trial.
Wm. J. ivUimey of Uastou is
spending a few days aniotiK his
many friends in St. Johns.
Bring tu your o!d school books
and trade them for new ones at
Mrs. A. L. Caples of Vancouver
lias been the guest of Mrs. J. A
Stark during the past week.
Harry Rntlcuge has returned
with his family to St. Johns after a
residence of one year
or so at
I). E. Crawford, formerly editor
of the Mount bcott News, was
pleasant caller at the Review office
R. A. Fletcher, who has been
quite ill for some time past, is slow
ly improving, and his friends hope
to soon sec him around as usual.
Remember the place
A small payment down, a small payment weekly
New Electric Lamp
any carbon filament lamp.
Can be used
Portland Railway Light and Power Go.
from u. It is kecaute our
hardware stock is always
complete and up to date.
The hardware we arc sell
ing Is the best we can offer
the public. Duildcrs and
others can always find the
exact thing they arc looking
for, at this store.
You Are Upheld Rnll
O I" buying saws, chisels, ham BssssssVvWA 1 Ft sssH O
A men and all other hardware BSSSSSSSSSSSVTV I UflBBB A
A complete ana up 10 Hale. 1 jM r J -) wn f
St. Johns Hardware Go
ST. JOHNS LUMBER CO.
Phone Richmond 131
Plumbing and Tinning
M3S.JTMy Street Phone Jersey 91 St. Mm, OftM I
H. HENDERSON 205 Jersey St
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance
Abstracts of Title Prepared. Accurate Work Guaranteed.
If you arc not the possessor of a
tag cold these days you arc certain
ly out of style, in bad form and a
back number of an ancient date.
The Electric Theatre is certainly
putting ou some fine pictures these
evenings. 1 bey arc well attended
and the patrons realize that they
get their money's worth every time.
The charter commission, recently
appointed and which lias held
several sessions, has decided, among
other things, to recommend that
the term of city officials be changed
to two years instead of one year, as
Plans for the new Catholic church
to be built on Portland boulevard
have been completed and the con
tract will soon be let. This will be
the finest church edifice in St.
Johns, according to the plans. A
school and parsonage will be erect
ed later ou.
V. S. Latitliers. who purchased
the itvcry and teed stables of Tlios.
Cochran on Burlington street the
past week, will, we understand,
erect n modern building thereon in
the near future, which he will
occupy with His Hour and feed
M. S. Cobb has rejoined our list
of advertisers this week with a
goodly sized announcement. He
has a fine stock of goods and his
prices arc as low as can be obtained
in Portland or anywhere else for
the same grade of goods. Read his
ad over and sec if you are not in
Thomas Cochran, who recently
sold his fine home ou North Hayes
street to Hubert Simmons, intends to
build another handsome residence
on tnc corner ot Charleston and
Hayes. The house will be thorough-
ly modern in every respect and will
prove a valuable addition to that
part of the city.
The Marine Iron Works is com
pleting a slip at the Richmond
street dock so that the Chinook will
not interfere with the use of the
ower dock. All river boats can
and with ease when the slip is
finished. Work ou the vessel is
The W. O. W. have organized a
fine drill team and propose setting
apart one night in each month in
giving entertainments for the bene
fit of the organization. The basket
social held last Wednesday evening
netted almost 540. Announcement
of their next entertainment which
will be something different each
time, will soon appear.
Parties who subscribed for Don-
ville Monthly Magazine through
the Review should receive a copy
of same this week, Any one wiio
fails to receive same should advise
us of the fact, and we will endeavor
to find out the reason. The maga
zine has consolidated, after a sus
pension of a couple of months, with
the New West, and comes out
under that title. All subscriptions
date with this month.
A couple of gentlemen were in
St. Johns during the past week
looking for a location for what they
claimed to be a $500,000 plant
which would employ about 300
workmen. They were quite secre
tive concerning the nature of the
plant. Several sites were looked
at, and the gentlemen departed
promising to return in the near fut
ure for a more careful review of
the situation here.
Mrs. M. J. Yeagy has opened up
first class dressmaking parlors in
the French block and is now ready
to serve the ladies of St. Johns in a
modern and up-to-date manner.
She has recently came from Chi
cago, where sne graduated from a
eading institution there, and there
fore is well fitted to fashion and
mould ladies' wearing apparel into
the latest design and finish, Read
her ad in this issue. It should in
terest every woman in St. Johns.
Get your new school books and
stationery at Prank Clark's.
If you arc looking for good book
cheap, go to Salmoud Bros, second
A little daughter came to glnd
den the home of Contractor V. W
Mason on the 4th inst.
H. G. Ogdcn of Dayton, Oregon
spent a few days in St. Johns the
past week. He is still
love with ranch life.
The ladies of the Congregational
church will give a dinner ou Wash
itigtou s birthday, I'cb. 22. I'lnce
will be announced later.
Lost Handbag with name, Mrs.
A. A. Haskin, burnt on outside
Finder please leave same at this
office and receive reward.
Mrs. D. G. Bushy and Miss
Brown have opened up scalp treat
iug parlors at Miss Brown's house,
corner of Charleston and Grcsliam
The longer you put off that good
resolution the weaker it becomes.
Resolve to save. Then BUGIN.
The l'irst JNatiouai uank. 3 per
cent and interest compounded every
six months. it
Salmond Bros, will trade for or
buy anything you have to sell in
the stove or furniture line.
A joint inntallatiou of the W.
0. W. and Women of Woodcraft
was held in Bickncr hall Wcducs
day evening. More extended 11c
count next week.
Our main effort is to please our
customers. Wc can do it in Staple
and I'ancy Groceries, I-ruit and
Vegetables. Scales & Curty, Cedar
Park nud Iiast St. Johns.
The little sums that you can take
from your pay-check easily, if put
n the First National Bank soon be
come one large amount. Begin to
save today. Interest compounded
every six mouths. it
Do you think of the bank as a
place where the rich people keep
their money? This is not so. It
s a place where those who Mini'
their money become rich. The
First National Bank compounds in
terest every six mouths. it
Mrs. Berry, 510 Tioga street,
wants work by hour or day at home
or away from home. 2t
At the Congregational church
Sunday, the pastor will conduct ser
vices at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m
Sunday school at 10 a. 111. and
Young Peoples meeting at 6:30 p.
m, A welcome to all. G. W.
Fesscudcu street, from Jersey
street to the east city limits, is now
a thoroughfare seventy feet wide.
1 he red tape connected with this
art of the improvement has now
been unwound, and after the en
gineer has established the grade
throughout it will be up to the
property owners to circulate a peti
tion for its improvement.
Our ever increasing trade is our
best recommendation. Scales &
Curty, Cedar Park and KnstSt.
P. J. Peterson was struck on the
cheek with a heavy sledge which
cw out of a helper's hand Wed
nesday while they were straighten
the rudder on the ferry boat. "Pete"
is sporting a particularly dark look-
tig eye as a consequence, f lad the
blow struck him fairly instead of
being a glauciug one he would not
now be alive to tell the tale.
"What are they moving that
church for?" inquired a Massa
chusetts man who recently arrived
in an Idaho town, "Well, stranger,
'm mayor of these diggin s air I
am ter law enforcement, we vc
got an ordinance that says no
saloon shall be uearer than 300 feet
from a church. I give 'cm three
days to move the church." Burley
Try some Alaska salt salmon, 10
cents a pound. Scales & Curty,
Cedar Park and Kast St, Johns.
Mrs. Vinson, who conducts a
small grocery on South Jersey
street, summoned the police Mon
day night to arrest a party whom
she thought was breaking into the
upper story of her store minding.
Upon investigation it was discov
ered that a young man had been
rooming in the buitdiug for a week
or so by permission, and when this
fact became established the chief
allowed the young man his liberty.
Say, if you want to find the kind
of a Grocery Store you are looking
for, call in at Scales & Curty.
Preach the gospel of St Johns.
! BIG SALE STILL ON
Talcum Powders and Toilet Articles at good prices
Mention's Talcum 17c
Colgate's " 15c
Nyals " 25c
A. D. S. Princess Tnlcum 25c
" St. Regis " 25c
Cold Cream (Sturk's) 17c
Peroxide Cream, A. D. S 25c
Peroxide Crenin, Nynls (Grcaseless) 25c
Great reduction in nil lines. Come in and let us convince
you thnt there is no need of going to Portland in the cold to
save 0 car fare.
We still have a feu' wall cabinets left. livery lady should
get one of these before they arc taken off the market.
NORTH BANK PHARMACY
HOME OF THE FAMOUS NYALS REA1EDIES. "CURR1N SAYS SO."
The Peninsula Bank
"THE PIONEER BANK"
The Capital Stock of the Peninsula Bank
will be increased, April 1st, 1910, from
Rout. Tkkat I'i.att, President
I C. Knavi', Vice President
C. A. Wood, Cashier
John N. Km.W'SitN, Assistant Cashier.
M. I,. HoumooK, Capitalist I C. Knait, Sec. Peninsula Lumber Co.
PitTitu Autzkn, President Portland Mfg. Co. U. T. Pi.att, Piatt & Piatt, Attorneys.
II. Iy. Powkks, Vice President nud Gen. Mgr. Titos. Cociikan, Contractor.
I.ewiston Laud & Water Co. C. A. Wood. Cashier.
To study the point
Is to reach the conclusion that
THE PLACE TO BUY IS WHERE ONE OBTAINS THE GREATEST
NUMBER OF REPUTABLE AND POPULAR LINES OF AERCHANI)ISE UN
DER ONE ROOF; WHERE PRICES ARE THE LOWEST CONSISTENT WITH
LEQITIA1ATE BUSINESS, AND WHERE SQUARE DEALING IS THE RULE.
ALL THESE ARE TO BE FOUND AT
COUCH & CO.
Opposite City Hall.
Phone Jersey 972.
Special Price on Shoes
During Month of January
I IN OUR NEW LOCATION
Wc have now gotten nicely located In onr new location on West Burlington
street and are now in a better position than ever to serve the public with prompt
ness and dispatch.
Anything in the Grocery Line
May ever be found here. NO STALE OR INFERIOR GOODS ARE EVER KEPT
IN STOCK. Only the freshest, choicest and best at prices as low as good goods
can be sold for. If you are not already a patron of this store, we would be glad
to have you call in and look our stock over,
J. F. HENDRICKS
r 111 burilinqton street