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About St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1910)
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? "Home Furnishers
Are offering a solid oak Extension Tabic
worth - - . - $15.00
An Oak Buffet worth - - " - 25.00
And Six Dining Chairs worth - - 15.00
AH in Early English Flnfsh
f $55 value for only $36.00
Don't' forget that wc have a full line of Go-carts.
We can suit your taste at a right price.
Our line of mat
tings, linoleums, car
pets, rugs, etc. Is.
1 T. . II
Ladies' Desks' ki
oak, fo.75 lo $14.00
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NeW Electric Lamp
any carbon fMament lamp.
-. than tha
Can buusd .
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Ptftlirt RaHwty Libf ind Pawit Co,
- !47-7tH Street .
O Ih omt Hardware Use U Jtut flsflHrBlB?' A V
ft what we are '"Kg ' Bjjj" O
H 'il lumber: , siabwood : ri
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STJOHNS LUMBER GO.
Real Estate, Loans, Imurance
Advertising is to business what
kissing is to love. It lets 'em know
that you're "therewith the goods.".
C. C. McCracken and wife have
left for their home at Dallas, after
an extended visit with their daugh
ter, Mrs., Bert Olin, in this city.
W. R. Scott, foreman of the St.
Johns Lumber Co.'s mill, is having
a serious, time of it with ptomaine
poisoning, which lie contracted last
OUT OF YOUR WA'GES TO
DAY save something, no matter
how small. Put it in the First
National Bank and it will grow
y?ith interest compolinded'cvcry six
Ex-Councilman V. P.' Brown and
family have returned to' St. Johns
after spending the winter at Co
quille. F. P. looks fine and dandy,
but is glad to once more return to
Over too automobiles passed over
Richmond street Sunday afternoon,
which shows that Portland people I
avail themsclvrs of the opportunity
of making a fine" drive from that
city toSt. Johns and, return.
Miss Hilda Unger sold 'shamrock
tags to the amouat of $10.40 on
St. Patricks' Day.. , About $60 was
realized all JokjUfor the' Orphans'
Home, but Miss Unger sold ' more,
than any other single person, and
sue got a later staty than tue others,
Well pressed clothes make the
well dressed man. Bring them to
116 Philadelphia Street to insure
their being well pressed. All wbrk
guaranteed satisfactory. Wc do
Dye Work of all sorts. St. Johns
Cleaning, Pressing and Dyeing
Works. 116 Philadelphia Street.
Phone Jersey 1131.
Rtntcintfcr, the Review will
double its size next week. Before
it is too late, better get in on the
Uplldr a year subscription. By no
manner of means can we get out an
Ight-page paper for less than (1.50
per year, it will cost us even more
than that, so even at that nrlcc'you
will be getting a bargain.
For Rent Clean 'rooms,' reason
able. 309 Philadelphia- St.( near
You get full .weight and first
quality at the. Central market. Just
try It awhile. .
Thoroughbred Buff " Orpington
eggs for setting See C. H. Derric,
524 Brunswick- street. 425tf
Subscribe for the Telegram best
evening paper oa the coast. Sec
Noycs Babbitt has just received
a fine line of corduroy trousers
which he is selling at a very low
price. Next to the pbstolnce.
! FINE TO DYE
For Sale 50x100 lot on Ivauhoc
St. Deferred payments, fA.oo per
moniu. amau amount 01 casn.
Owner, E. C. Hurlbcrt, 303 Port
Don't be Snobbish, but be par
ticular. Have your clothes cleaned
and pressed at the St. Johns Clean
ing, Pressing and Dyeing Works,
116 Philadelphia Street. Phone
Jersey 1131. .
The dollars you save arc the
only ones worth working for. The
others make the other fellow rich.
The First National Batik is here to
help you save. Three per cent and
Time Certificates of Deposit, it
Good streets is the best advertise
ment any city can have. Progress
may, be seriously Impeded for some
time to come unless proposed
Charter amendment 202 is carried
at the election April 4U1. Don' t be
clog in the wheel of progress.
Vote for this proposed amendment
and help the city to be placed upon
ike same footing its Portland in re
gard to. street improvement.
Miss Rosa Dickenson, niece of
W. BoIch. died Saturday of last
week at the residence of her uoclc
fter a few days illness with the
aeules. The funeral was held at
the cemetery at Troatdale, Rev.
Gates delivering the address. The
V. a t t
yjaiBg uay a remains were ourieu
by the skle of her. father Monday
noon. The frieuds of this estima
ble young w email join us in s'lBcere
sympathy with the bereaved bees.
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M. S. church notices for Easter:
Easter sermon by the pastor at 6
a. in. Music prepared uuaer me
special direction of Mr, Kinder will
be rendered. Sunday school 9:50
a. in., Raster exercises by Sunday
school n-a. hi,, Junior League-3 p.
m., Epworth League 6:30 p. ra.
The leader will be-Mr..W. H., War
ren of Portland, Dist. E. L. Presl-
Oeat. Evening service: " A Plat-
farm meeting on Hpworth League
work. The principal address will
be by.Prof. N. C. Thome of Port-
' 11 ... 1 . Tit I
land. Kxeeuetu music win uc rcn
dered at all these services. Every
body iavlttd. F. N. SamHfer,
All kinds of laundry
promptly. Rovth dry washing
eats per pouad. Calls made lor
laundry at aay place. Rlag us up
Phone Rich. 991,' Bt. Johns Loun
dry. Churchill BrM,proprlotors.
See the St. Johns Sand and
uravel LOf tor estimate ,on your
bnscmcut or cement and plaster.
We can save you money and make
a little for ourselves. Phone Rich
The dollars you spend foolishly
someone else put in the First Na
tioual Bank. That's why the limn
you spend them with is better off
than you are. MAKE .A FRESH
start: GET WISE. TIME
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT.
WantedTo borrow soo for n
period of five years; money wanted
for improvement of a ten-acre tract
of fruit land in White Salmon val
ley, Wash. First mortgage on
place given as security. Address
"W" this office.
If you want to buy, rent, sell or
exchange property see Wolcott,
(The Rent Man.) St. Johtls Office,
401 South Jersey. Portland Office,
110, 2nd street. "Phones: Maiu 1743
A 1743. -
. Go without the things you do
not need. It is a small price to
pay for'comfort in your old age.
ray the price and put the money
you save in the rirst National
Bank. 3 per cent there. it
I will sell for a small payment
down the Maples Property, corner
of Lively and Fessenden streets,
15. C Hurlbcrt, 303 Portland liouie-vard.
The ladies of the M. E. church
will serve' a 25 cent dinner and sup
per Ih new Lautherss building on
election day, Apr. 4th. They will
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aiso Have a apron uooui wncrc
They will sell aprons, coarse and
Big and small, for short and tall;
Any kind you wish at all,
The Junior League will conduct
a candy booth also.
Brlag la xour Job printing while
you UlBk of U. Don't wait until you
are entirely out. Wa aro equipped
to tura out neat and tasty printing
promptly at Portland prteca or less.
A RARE BARGAIN
53 acres of land
212 miles from
A $60 per acre. Enough
timber upon siime to pay for
it. Running water on place.
On tha realty maiit tay. Mutt batakan gulak
WerkGuaca.tsid. ; Cl f HtU
J. J, CNGRCN
Car, Thawpaaw 4 HaarC, t Jahns, Oragan
Wc have the dyes to
make new fabrics of old.
All kinds of dyes-Egg
dyes, Diamond and Put
NORTH BANK PHARMACY
HOA1E OF THE FAMOUS NYALS REMEDIES.
Wit IMiMVItR nVURVWHKRlt l'RBlt
"CURRIN SAYS SO."
The Peninsula Bank
"THE PIONEER BANK"
We Pay Interest on Time Deposits
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service Invite new accounts'and new business
upon our own merits for strength and superior facilities. Our past policy
and ample resourccs-our guarantee for the future
WE INVITE YOUR BUSINESS
Rout. Tkkat 1'i.att, President
F. C. Knai-1', Vice President
v C. A. Wood, Cnshlcr
John N. Knuti'sitN, Assistant Cnsliicr.
M. L. H01.11KOOK, Cnpltnlist I'. C. KNAi'iv Sec. Pcninsuln Ltiuthcr Co,
I'KTitK Autzun, President Portland Mfjr. Co. It. T. Pi.att, Piatt, & Plutt, Attorneys.
H. L. Powkks, Vice President and Gen. Mr. Tnos. Cociikan, Contractor.
Lcwiston Land & Water Co. C. A. Wood. Cnshlcr.
: Why not use an Embroidery Pattern?
Thc Lauies' Home Journal Patterns A
W Are, wc hcllevc, the hest on the market. That is why we sell (Jf
2y them. The same policy Is pursued in purchoslut; every other V
V article of merchandise we sell. Wc exjK-ct to make a fair
33Tfxy .nrofit on evervthlnir wc sell voti. Wc do not cxiwct to uet
rich at ypur expense. We Want to give you a full dollar's worth of value for every dollar you
pay us, and at any time we do not do this wc want you to tell us about it.
April Patterns are now on sale, also Ladies'
COUCH & CO.
- Opposite City Hall.
Phone Jersey 972.
rresn anu xm urotma
It is the constant aim of this store to ever keep only the freshest and most se
lect groceries procurable,
No Stale Goods are Kept in Stock
W are well pleased with the generous patronage accorded this establishment
since the same has come into our possession, and it Is evidence to us that the peo-
pie of St Johns and vicinity appreciate a thoroughly first class grocery store.
NORWEGIAN PATRONAGE SOLICITED
A. B. LINDBOE
SuccM.sor to J. F. Hndrlcks -
111 West Burlington Street