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About St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1910)
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The first thing you know the Holidays will be here
and you will rush about to find suitable presents.
What you wanted will be all sold'
A small . deposit will hold your selection at our stores
A Good Solid Oak Morris Chair, with Oood Grade
Cusliion for $7.40
Be sure to make your selections carl'.
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE, ST. JOHNS
Electric Cook Book
new recipes novor
ally for use with
Electric Cooking Devices
but suitable for
Alder Street, at Seventh
Things Vou Need Thanks
Wc arc tiiowiog a complete
line of Carver. Roaster, Meat
..irYE' J Cutters, etc. We have a few
f!si B icmU for onc wcek
'JjKcTTNX-ai food chopper Ji.oo
ISlB ftxxl choppers 1.35
TBH Kei'tilar tilt Sflvorv
W rLm ter. . ........ 1 .00
Regular 75c Granite
Kound roaster 50
Ask to we Heeds Granite
Roaster, l'u My warranted.
St. Johns Furniture Co.
ST. JOHNS LUMBER CO.
Phone Richmond 131
I U. IltlNUtKMJN 122 JcrseyM.
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance
..Abstracts of Title Prepared. Accurate Work Guaranteed.
I HEMSTOCK BROS.
UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING
Full lln. of Rob, Cask.ts, ate., kept In stock
. SXTh&'jio UNIVERSITV PARK, OREGON
E. B. Holcotnb has moyed to his
new home at Northern Hill.
The Peterson house on North Jcr
sey, near Fessendcn street, is being
treated to a new dress of paint.
The W. C. T. U. business meet
ing will be held nt the Advent
church Monday, Nov. 21st, at 2:30
p. m. All members are earnestly
solicited to attend. Press Cor.
I,. Richl hn just completed a
five-room cottage near the high
school building. It presents a hand
W. II. Haskius has purchased .1
lot on North Jersey street and will
build himself a fine home thereon
next snritiK. The sale was made
through the agency of S. h. Dobie.
Let's give the annexation ques
tion a well deserved rest now and
unite our energies toward improv
ing conditions in St. Johns while
she is St. Johns without Portland
being attached to her name,
It is said that an engineering
corps has been busy taking field
notes of the Western Cooperage
property adjacent to the dry docks.
What it portends we nave been un
able to find out.
Mr. and Mrs. George Slopcr were
visitors at the home of K. A. Sim
mons, 726 Oswego street, last wcek.
Mr. Sloper is engaged in tlie nop
business at Independence. I hey
arc botli very mucn aiiractcu 10
our little city. They think it it very
V. H. Greeorv of St. Johns and
tils brother, V. N. Gregory of Sis-
son. Calif., nave returned lrom
Lynchburg. Va., where they were
called by the illness and death of '
their mother, W. N. Gregory is,
spending a few days visiting his
brother before comu to his Cali
Tlii InvIiKT nf this Tcrsev street
sidewalk is proving quite an iucou-
veuieucc to 111c traveling ptimic ami
the business houses during the
iiinrlilv ifivi tlier. There Is lrmicrnl
satisfaction, however, over the fact ,
that the street will present a splen
did apiearar.cc when the work is
Hullding permits since October
24th have been less than for the;
same lenirth of time auv tcrioI of
.1.!.. ..., '!. ...ll.n ...l.n !
una iui. 1 nwav wuiiika tv.iu
claimed they would nt once com
mence to build residences if St.
oIiiih voted to annex with Port-
and have so far failed to make
their promises good.
vacant nouses in St. Johns arc
There wiii be n Thanksgiving
service at .the Baptist church next
Thursday at 10:30 a. in. livery
body invited to attend.
John Earlywine has purchased of'
house arid lot on North FillmofeJ
and with his family has taken yo
session ot the same. He formerly
resided in Portland.
Mrs. P. W. Valentine is'dfttend-
ing a family reunion at Spokane
this wcek with her mother, brother
and sisters. She will take in the
big apple fair there before return
ing to St. Johns.
A social afternoon, a devotional
service and 5 o'clock lunch will be
given in honor of the old people of
St. Johns at the Pirst Baptist
church Thursday, from 3 to 5 p.
in. livery person over C.s years
old living in St. Johns is invited to
come and remain for the lunch at
At the M. E. church. Sutulnv.
Nov. 2. Sunday school at 9:50 n.
111. rrcacuing at it a. m. Dr. J.
W. MrDnticnll. the new District
Supt., will preach and administer j
the Lord's Supper. Junior League 1
3 p. m.; lipworth League 6:30 p.
m.; evening service 7:30 p. tit. At
this service he will preach and con
duct an evangelistic service. All
arc cordially invited. P. N. Saudi
NORTH BANK PHARMACY
You will want to be well dressed.
We can dress you better and at less
cost than anybody.
Our Specialty, Full Dress and
Dinner Jacket Suits,
Don't delay ordering.
Drop in ud look over our new ar
rivals in Pull and Winter Novelties.
No trouble to show goods.
Overcoats to Order for the Cost of
Material In making.
JOHN NOCE & CO,
Phone Columbia 22
Those who have been taking advan
tage of our cut rates since we inaugu
rated them in St. Johns will, of course,
be able to eat turkey at forty; cents
per, since we are practically paying for
t. So, dear trade, let others know
:hat if you don't have turkey, it's not
because you can't arrord it, but be
cause you prefer something else.
$1.00 Goods Cut to 71c
Miles' Antlpain Pills, Ige.
Pyramid Pile Cure.
St s s
Wine of Cardui
Hobson's Constipation Rem
Muuyou's Paw Paw
Oregon Blood Purifier
Nyal's Celery Nervine
75c Goods Cut to 59c
Hall's Cataarh Cure
Gtiun's Bipod-Nerve Tonic
Nyal's Beef, Iron and Wiiie
Pint Cod Liver Oil
Hobson's Couip. Ext. B.
50c Goods Cut to 36c
Hinckley's Bone Liniment
Nyal's Fig Syrup
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Murine Eye Remedy
Borden's Malted Milk
25c Goods Cut to 18c
Karl's Clover Root Tea
Colgate's Rapid Shave Po.
Hill's Cascara Quinine
Menuen's Talcum Powder
Scientists have proven that after about the forty-second year of
huuiurl life the natural eyesight begins to fail, and one ot these scientists
has succeeded in measuring this sight-failure and applying the measure
ment to his own secret process of lens grinding, resulting in au eye-glass
that, he guarantees to fit all cases of normal sight-failure, scores oi bt.
Johns people whom we have fitted will recommend them in the highest
terms. Price, one dollar.
"Thorj, the new thing in soap, in sifting can. l'rice 10c, 25c
and $1.00 caus.
Six pieces of Palmolive soap for fifty cents and a fifty-cent jar of
Pulmolive cream included, free.
Columbia Phonographs sold on installments.
Dollar Fountain Pens
Dollar Eye Glasses
Dollar Safety Razors
Dollar Alarm Clocks
ST. JOHNS PHARMACY
"THE STORE OF SATISFACTION"
HOAiE OF THE PAAOUS.NYALS and A. D. S. REMEDIES.
VH D15MVKR HVURYWHHttK l'RKK
This is not the largest drug store in the city, neither
do wc have the most complete stock in the county. But
our goods arc first class and our prices arc right. Goods
that we do not have in stock we can get for you at the low
This week wc are offering goods of quality nt the
following low prices.
$2.25 Hot Water Bottles $1.98
2.75 " " " s?.36
1.50 Fountain Syringe 1.29
.25 Menuen's Talcum 15
.25 Colgates 11 15
1. 00 Lydia Pitikhams Veg. Compound. .67
1. 00 Pierce's Favorite Prescription 67
1. 00 Wiiie of Cardui G7
.50 Billiards Hoarhotind Syrup 33
.50 Bodens Malted Milk 33
.25 Bucklctis Arnica Salvo 15
1 .00 ShoopiV Restornlive 67
.fo Epso'm Salts 05
.10 One pound Max Meal 07
.75 Alcohol Stove for 49
50 " " and 1 pt. Denatured Ale .40
"CURRIN SAYS SO."
I'HOXIt COI.UMMA J07
.25 One pt. Denatured Alcohol ... .10
.25 A. D. S Antiseptic Sol. for catarrh
and nasal douche, both for 25
Dollar Safety Razors and Dollar" Alarm
.50 Hcrpicidc 34
.50 Nyals Ilirstitouc and 25c talcum
both for 50
Wc have n fine line of perfumes. Rci-
gcr's, Nyals, A. D. S., Dabrooks and others
at prices from 40c oz. up.
Pil? Jhifiite rljcckiiy acciumls, small m Inrijc,
as fuell as sailings accounts, mtb offer to both,
small mtb large beposiiors "Hat personal"
attention mtb "tlat courteous" serfttre fuljicl umlte
liaulmn a pleasure.
THE PENINSULA BANK
Rout. Tmmat Pi.att, President C. A. Wood, Cashier
F. C. K.VAi'i', Vice President J. N. Hnuti'Siw, Assistant Cash.
EVERY DAY CLOTHES
Arc made attractive when worn over an
If you are unt already acquainted with this fam
ous corset, try one mid you will always wear one.
Wc have some very good values in Missus' and
Children's, button, patent leather and gun metal
SAU? AGENTS FOR
Ladies Home Journal Patterns
New Winter Style Hook now ready
Only 20c including one 15 cent pattern
COUCH &. COMPANY
Opposite City Hall
Phone Columbia 137
A SACK OF OCCIDENTD
Fresh and Select Groceries
It is the constant aim of this store to ever keep only the freshest and most se
lect groceries procurable. ,
No Stale Goods arc 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