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About St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1910)
Made in St. Johns
Built to Bake
The Crescent our Special rnnne Is especially
built to bnkc quickly mid perfectly with the
very smallest consumption of fuel. An ex
ceptionally thick lining of asbestos between
the two heavy sheets of steel that form the
body makes it a perfect heat retainer. No
heat is wasted; the cooking surfaces got all
the benefit. The one-piece oven of tO-gitagc
boiler steel heavily braced on top, is a special
feature with the Crescent. The castings arc
very heavy new gray iron and the nickel trim
mings arc absolutely p'a'n. EnMlv kept, ensi
iv operated, saving in tuci ami until to last a
lifetime. The Cres
cent is one of the best
values in the store at..
uiei mm mini io last a
The Faultless Heater is a real beauty and one
of the best radiators of heat we have ever been
able to secure. The ventilated cast fire-box
with air chamber between the body is a special
feature with this heater. The slide top ad
mits a large stick of wood 'and is covered with
a nick' I dome mounted with an urn. The
crown rim, foot rest and bell draft arc also
nickel of the heaviest quality. It is n splendid
vulnc and is but one of a large line of fuel
savers. Do not fail
to see these heaters
before you buy; no
charge for setting up.
to select from
Three stores St. Johns, Portland, Vancouver
A merry time assured at the M.
E. Banquet tonight, lie there.
There are fewer empty business
rooms in St. Johns now than ever
before in its history;
Miss Ifilliau S. Perkins, teacher
of vocal music and elocution. 402
Greslinm, corner Charleston.
12 inch and 16 inch top water
proof shoes. J. T. Brooks & Son,
1 1 1 South Jersey Street.
D. S. Morgan, chief train dis
patcher of the Nevada Northern, is
a guest at the home ot Uouticilnimi
A. W. Davis.
I have customers to buy houses
and lots on installments. What
have you to list? :S. L. Dobic, no
N. Jersey street.
Query: What will Portland's
tax levy be this year with almost
twice the indebtedness it had last
I Subject Sunday morning at the
Evangelical church: "Anointing
the Spirit." Evening subject:
"Why Prohibition Docs Not (?)
Prohibit." Rev. C. P. Gates, pas
tor. I A rousing prohibition rally wan
held in 'the Baptist v church Tues
day evening. Rev. C. P. Gates
took up tlic subject of "Home
Rule" and gave a most vigorous
address. Rev. C. I.. Owen fol
lowed with a stirring dissertation
on "Prohibition." Both speakers
handled their subjects without
gloves and their telling remarks
were heartily applauded by the
large audience present.
boil yvater or
and perform much other
Alder Street at Seventh
An interesting program at the
M. E. church banquet tonight.
Socialists, attentioul Important
meeting of St. Johns Local Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock in M. W. A.
hall. Let all attend. Perrine.
J. C. Ilcukcy of Portland has
been added permanently to the ton
sorlal force of Horry Mansfield's
barber shop. He is nn expert.
The Owls have accepted an in
vitation of Copt. Uriggs to partici
pate in an excursion on his new
launch Sunday, leaving the ferry
slip at 10 a. in. All members are
Celery fresh from the garden, 5
and 10 cents a bunch. Any amount.
205 North Edison. Phone Rich
mond 581. 48-tf.
Scotch, American and English
For Fall nnd Winter arc now
on display. $25, $30, $35
and upwards for Suit or Over
coat. Drop in and look them
over. No trouble to show
JOHN NOCE & CO,
Phone Richmond 041
McKINNEY & DAVIS
We Buy and Sell
Installment Property, Real
Electric Bldg., St. Johns, Ore.
OOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOO OOO0(
YOU DON'T HAVE TO
tit up close to the fine heat
ing stoves we are showing.
They will keep you warm
in any part of the room ia
which you may chose to sit.
$2.00 to $20.00
ST. JOHNS HARDWARE CO.
H H Hft H ttH
LUMBER'. Slabwood :
Rough, Prompt Dry,
Dressed, Deliveries. Green,
Fiooriuc. Quality Blocks,
Guaranteed. Trimmings j
ST. JOHNS LUMBER CO.
Phone Richmond 131
H. HENDERSON 122 Jersey St
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance I
Abstracts of Title Prepared. Accurate Work Guaranteed.
That's a noise like nn owl, ns near ns we can write It. Years ago
when the first druggist dared to cut the regular selling price of drugs
and medicines, he was dubbed an "owl," and from that time oil, all
cutters have been called owls. The list of prices below Is a "special"
way we nave ot making a noise like an owl.
50c Popes Dispepsin 38c
35c WyetU's Utlila Tablets. . . .23c
50c Pyrimid Pile Cure 37c
75c August I'lower 57c
25c Carter's K and I) Tea 18c
50c Usterine 37c
25c Tiz ioc
$1.00 Utjuocide ..,74c
50c llromo beltzer .36c
25c Glycerine Suppositories. , . . i8c
10c Haarlem Oil ......70
25c Uno Salve 17c
50c Borden's Malted Milk 38c
25c Red Cross Kidney Plaster.. 17c
25c laxative Droiuo Quinine, . . 16c
50c Palmolive Cream 29c
50c Perfume, by the ounce, . . , .40c
25c Cttticura Soap 17c
I1.00 Jayne's Alterative-, ...71c
50c Dauderine .39c
$1.00 S. S. S. ... 77c
25c Cold Cream ,16c
$1.00 Wine of Cardui .73c
50c Ayers Cherry Pectoral. ., .39c
1 1 .00 Electric Bitters ..71c
50c Jayne's Vermifuge 38c
35c Vapo Cresolene 18c
25c Petitt's Eye Salve 17c
50c Mentholalum 39c
25c Brown's Bronchial Tablets. 1 8c
We offer this week, a f 25.00
$1,00 Green Mountain Asthma
50c Poslam 38c
23c Three in one Oil 18c
50c Dewitt's Kidney Pills 38c
$1.00 Foley's Kidney Cure. . . .73c
25c Arnica Salve 17c
$1,00 Nyals Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil 63c
25c Steam's I leadnche Wafers 18c
50c Hoff's German I.iuiment. .36c
ioc Shiuola 6c
25c Colgate's Shaving Powder. 19c
25c Extract Vanilla 17c
25c Extract Lemon .......... 17c
50c Nyals Syrup of Pigs 29c
15c Swansdown Pace Powder. . 1 ic
25c Almond Cream 18c
It. 00 Pinkham's Veg. Comp. . .68c
15c Palmolive Soap. .......... .7c
$ 1. 00 Pierce's Favorite Pre
25c Kondon's Catarrh Jelly. ... 18c
$1.00 Swamp Root 70c
25c Soda Phosphate 17c
$1.00 Mother's Friend 74c
25c Gold Paint 16c
25c New Skin 17c
25c Rough on Rats 18c
Si. 00 Hostetter's Bitters 72c
Columbia Disc Phonograph on the
very easy terms of l.s.oo down and oue dollar each week.
As an extra inducement to get you to come in and inspect our line
of Post Cards we offer, for this week, alt our ioc fancy Post Cards for
The Secretary of the State Board inspected our store last week and
issued us a "clean bill of health" something every store is not able to
We are better able to supply the trade with freshly made goods, at
closer prices, because we receive factory shipments from Parke-Davis
Co., Detroit, Mich.; John Wyeth & Bro Philadelphia; Colgate & Co.,
New York City; Wm. R. Warner & Co., Philadelphia; Burrows &
Wellcome, Loudon; II. K. Mulford Co., Philadelphia; American Drug
gist Syndicate, New York City; Pfeiffer Chemical Co., St. Louis.
You had better get the habit of trading with us as ws are positive
that your money will bny "just a little more" at our store, than else
where. ST. JOHNS PHARMACY
Among the many bargains to be found at the North
Bank Pharmacy this week are
Dollar Alarm Clocks
Dollar Safety Razors
at 89 cents
A special price also obtains on
Palm Olive soap. All other sundries at a very nar
row margain of profit. "Currin Says So."
NORTH BANK PHARMACY
HOAIE OF THE PAMOUS NYALS and A. D. S. REMEDIES.
VK MKI.IVHR HVHRYWHHRK I'Rlili
"CURRIN SAYS SO.'
1'IIONU JltRStiV 1001
Crystallzed energy stored for future use--that is what a
savings account really is.
THE PENINSULA BANK
St. Johns, Oregon
Capital - - $50,000.00
Surplus - - $6,000.00
Wc Invite (he banking business of (hose desiring service and security.
Interest pnid on Savings Accounts mul Time Deposits.
I Woolen Goods , awellshod?1
T r i 1 f T till J I
Let us lit you with a new, xou will oe 11
k Sweater Coat: Ladies, Misses, I you will allow us to &
g Childrens. All styles, sizes and ! shoe you. Bradley &
k now mdoui I nax ouily
2 Better get a "Broadway Model"
5 Then you will be as well dressed
w as the other fellow.
$15.00 ALL WOOL $15.00
Shoes for men $3, &
$3.50, $4, and $5.
Children's School q
LcUIICS I1UU1C UUUI Hell I tUlClllSA
Couch & Co.
k Oooosite City Hall Phone Jersey 972 2
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It is tiie constant aim of this store to ever keep only the freshest and most se
tt lect groceries procurable.
No Stale Goods are Kept in Stock
We 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 PATRON AGO SOLICITED
A. B. LINDBOE
Successor to J. F. Hendricks
111 West Burlington Street