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MADE IN ST. JOHNS
THIS IS OUR SPECIAL
It is BUM to BAKE QUICKLY aud perfectly with
the least amount of fuel. The oven is one piece, 16
guagc boiler, steel, heavily bmccd,has au exceptionally
thick lining of asbestos between the two heavy sheets
of steel. 1 he nickel trimmings arc absolutely plain.
Easily kept, easily operated, saving in fuel and lasts a
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE,ST. JOHNS
Electric Cook Book
new recipes never
ally for use with'
Electric Cooking Devices
but suitable for
Alder Street, at Seventh
Before you buy step in and
look over our line. Oiir prices
can not be beaten.
Complete line of Coal and
St. Johns Hard
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lumber: siabwood: :
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ai Junro luiyidlh; vaj.
Phone Richmond 131
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2? H. HENDERSON 122 j st.
Real Estate, Loans. Insurance i
2 Abstracts of Title Prepared- Accurate Work Guaranteed. j j
A. B, BKMSTOCK CKO. II. H8UST0CK
UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING
Full Una of Hobe. CaikaU. to., kpt In atoek
mSS J." UMVERSITY PARK, OREGON
Tlic frost Is on the pumpkin, and
the fo;Ulcr will soon be in the shock. '
'lie wiiieal of the fat porker will ,
soon be heard in the land, and then (
will come buckwheat cakes, natt-,
sage, liver worst, scrnppei, tnincc
ncs, saucr-krnut nud fat pork, mid,
with a hicuu like thnt, who in the
ickcus will care or pine for the
good old summertime? Kxchunge.
Leo Root has purchased a house
aud lot ou North Ivanlfoc.
J. A. Cole aud family have re
moved to Ccutralia, Wash.
Thos. Waite has purchnscd a
house and lot in the North Kiid.
Willis Moxou and family have
departed for Southern Oregon,
where they will take up a home
II. Ratztaff has traded a go-acre
farm for a house and two lots in St.
Johns, which were owned by Fred
Mrs. W. W. Ilolcomb has re
turned to her home here after air
extended visit in San -Francisco
and other California cities.
. "De Moou in de Picture" was
presented by the Willumbia Tlicat
rical troupe before a crowded house
at the Princess theatre Wednesday
ntgiu. ah inc actors performed
their parts exceedingly well and the
audience was more than satisfied.
Mrs. Jeff Nye, well known to
many of our people, had the mis
fortune to trip upon a telephone
wire wnue ai 1,0 mr ueac 1 rceoni v.
An end of the wire snrantr un ami
struck her in the left eye. Up6n
investigation at the Good Samaritan
hospital, Portland, it was found
ncccssnrv to remove tlin niilir ntwl
the operation was performed this
The ohoto of" the North Hank
Pharmacy's sweet pea exhibit is
bcinc extensively used by lUcircr
& Co. of San Francisco for adver
At this season of the year it is
well enough for the dear woman to
know that the best way to make
jelly keep is to hide it where the
kids" can't find it.
P. C. Stroud, a bright young at
torney from Portage, Wis., was a
guest of his former townsman, F.
Drinker, this week. Mr.. Stroud
s looking for a suitable location in
this western country.
Old Capt. Mclntire the real es
tate man, has agreed to ride Geo.
M. Hall, the barber, from Burlinc-
ton street to the postofficc and back
in the event of Boweruian's election.
On the other hand Mr. Hall has
agreed to give Mr. Mclntire the
same pleasure trip if West is elect
ed. The St. Johns baud will be en
gaged in cither event to follow the
"turnout." As the election has
turned out there seems to be no
other way than to 1 'let George do
i no ianay Tor tno uiri must be candy that is pure
and fin grade and well flavored. We sell the required
article, and she will be sure to like it and thank you for
Asortcd Kinds and Flavors packed in pretty boxes from one
to five pounds at 50 cents per pound. Just the thing for
an informal gift.
Youngsters View Our Sign of "fresh candy" with longing.
They wish they were grown up and had money so they
could BUY AM, TUB CANDY THKY WANTED.
How about you? Have you out-grown your old childish
yearning for more candy? If so, just as an experiment try
sonic of ours. With the first taste you'll feel the years
chopping off your shoulders like magic. Isn't that worth
NORTH BANK PHARMACY
a - a m m a. ar m .
Portland v, i a is icacntng i.t n .. 1
apple culture to those interested in W iTfcltV jUHS 3110
111c science. Classes win uc iicju
throughout the winter and lectures
will be delivered by experts. The
work is intensely practical and will
be productive of good results.
Are you using printed back en
velopes? If not, why not?
That fit, that have ntylc, Hint wear, that
arc rlk'lit in thoc tiling tlmt mark qual
t'otirycnr in St, Johim hit fully c
talillnhcd our rcmitntlun lor ItiKliclns
work. We lire niter the IiukImcm men'
Imilcj we want it,, ami we tmioc to Rive
the kind of ftcrvlec that will keen It.
Ourttuck of woolcut, both imported
anil ilouotlc, it of the holiest clim.
Wc how 110 ulioiltlv fabric mill we turn
out uonhoihly woik, Wcmakciilciullil
tuluaml ovcrcoirti at
$30.00 to $50.00
(No more than you pay for rcmly-miule.)
JOHN NOCE & CO.
Phon Columbia 22
A Bad State of Affairs
The deplorable condition of Jersey street in which the
prevailing Btonn hns forced the contractors to leave it, would
tend, ordinarilyj to reduce our regular volume of business to
a minimum, but disagreeable and inconvenient as the going
is on our side of the street, we are actually ,do jug more busi
ness than under normal conditions simply! because wc arc
cutting deeper than ever into the regular prices of drugs,
medicines and sundry articles. Get the habit of perusing
our weekly cut-rate list aud you will become one of our
Reduced from 35c to 17c
Lane's Family Tea
Buckleu's Arnica Salve
Kondon's Catarrh Jelly
Piso's Cough Cure
Reduced from 50c to 3.1c
Hbpp German Liu.
Syrup of Figs
DeWitt's K ami B Pills
- Borden's Malted Milk-
Reduced from $1.00 to 73c
Hall's Hair Renewer '
Foley's Kidney Cure
Shoop's Rheumatic Cure
Paine's Celery Compound
Pierce's Favorite Rem.
High Priced Articles Cut to
1.50 Vapo-Creso Outfit -1.33
3 00 Sychine Cousumpt. 2.33
2.00 Luccus1 Alteras 1.67
1.75 S. S. S.- - - 1.50
3.75 Borden's Malt. Milk 3.00
2,50 Nestle's Foocl - . 1,95
2.50 Kskay.s Food - - - -1.95
1,5a Kennedy's Dis. - 1.33
The Palm Olive Company have authorized us. to. honor their cou
pons now running iu all the magazines.
We ore agents for the new soap "Thoro," which comes in powder
The following .remedies are guaranteed to give satisfaction to the
useis'thereof or the purcliase price will be. refunded:
T T-7ltcAn'a T) lianmnl In On rutltn1
, ' Pr. Hobson's Constipation Remedy, t :
Dr. Haywood's Kidneyroot Compound,
Dr. Hobson's Cold Tablets
Dr. Hobson's Cascarill Pills
Dr. Haywood's Pile Remedy,
Dr. Hobson's Li ver Kegulator,
'Dr. Hobson's Whooping Cough Syrup,
Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment,
' Dr. Hobson's Barber's Itch Ointment,
Dr. Hobson's Derma-Zema Alterative
for nil diseased conditions of the blood.
RUBBER AT THESE PRICES
1.25 Hot Water Bottles Two Quart 1.00
r6o Hot Water Bottle Red, Two Quart 1.25
1.80 Hot Water Bottle Three Quart 1.40
2.00 Hot Water Bottle Four Quart 1.50
2.15 Fountain Syringe Two Quart 1.70
2.45 Fountain Syringe Four Quart 1.95
2.80 Fountain Combination Syringe Four Quart. .. .2.15
Dollar Fountain Pens
Dollar Watches j
Dollar Eye Glasses
Dollar Safety Razors
Dollar Alarm Clocks
ST. JOHNS PHARMACY
HOME OF THE FAMOUS NYALS and A. D. S. REMEDIES.
WH DKMVKR KVltRYWHISUIi IKBK
'CURRIN SAYS SO.'
1'IIONH COU'MMA 307
In the selection of a bank the first thing of importance to be considered is ab
solute safty. The prudent depositor should know the character aud the standing
of the bank witli which he deals. Thorcfore, before inviting his confidence and
soliciting his patronage, we beg to submit a list of officers and directors who arc
all practical and successful business men:
Rout. Tkkat Pi.att, President C. A. Woon, Cashier
F. C. Knait, Vice President John N. Km.tti'.sitN, Assistant Cashier.
I'KTliK Autzun, President Portland Mfg. Co. M. L. Houmooic, Capitalist
F. C. KNAi'i", Sec. Peninsula Lumber Co. Tnos. Cociikan, Contractor.
II. L. Powhks, Vice President and Gen. Mgr. R. T. Pi, ATT, Piatt & Piatt, Attorneys.
Lcwiston Land & Water Co. C. A. Wood. Cashier.
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS AND TIME CERTIFICATES
THE PENINSULA BANK
Capital Stock - $50,000.00
Surplus - $6,000.00
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I Woolen Goods, ASPELYLsHOD?l
k Let us fit you with a new You will be if ts
Sweater Caot; Ladies, Misses, 1 you will allow us to k
g Childrens. All styles, sizes and j shoe you. Bradley 2
$3.50, $4, and $5. t
Children's School q
Ladies Home Journal Patter nsg1
g colors. Strictly Guaranteed
How About That Suit?
g Better get a "Broadway Model"
S Then you will be as well dressed
? as the other fellow.
jj $15.00 ALL WOOL $15.00 j
Couch & Co.
Opposite City Hall Phone Jersey 972
s jn i i r i j r t.
rrcsn ana Meet urocenes
It is (he constant aim of this store to ever keep only the freshest and most se
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
ple of St. Johns and vicinity appreciate a thoroughly first class grocery store.
NORWEGIAN PATRONAGE SOLICITED
A. B. LINDBOE
Successor to J. F. Hendricks
111 West Burlington Street