St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current, April 14, 1911, Image 2

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PubllahM Evr Friday
At 117 Went Burlington Street.
TuR RKVIKW Is entered at post office
In Saint Johns, Oregon, ns mail matter
of the second class miner tue aci oi v-on
gtw of March 3, 1379.
Offltlal Newipsptr of Uis Oltr of Dt Johnf.
Adrtrtlilni rstti. 11.00 dm Inch pr month.
Job Printing mnUd In flrt tlyl.
D11U tor Job Printing eatb on deliver.
Subscription pries $1.00 par year,
Parties contemplating building
St. Tnlms should remember that
is necessary to secure n building
permit at the city hall when con
struction begins. There is a pen
nltv attached for nil who neglect or
refuse to coinnlv with this rcmiirc
incut. We understand that Severn
narties. have neglected this matter
nnd arc subject to fine unless they
make good at once.
Go to the Toggery for ladies' ant
and gents' furnishings, hnougl
A bouncing boy baby arrived at
the home of Oliver Uakkc yester
day, and the new dad wears n smile
that wont come on.
For Sale -One spring wagon
suitable for delivery purposes.chenp
Jas. Latham, blacksmith shop
Charleston and Ivanhoe street. 22tfc
When buying 2nd hand furniture
list take a look in nt Unlet llros
Lots of times you can buy the new
cheaper than you can the and hnuil
Look nnd sec for yourself. 23-210
There will be n special meeting
of the Lnurclwood Rcbeknh Lodge
160 Saturday night. All are re
(itiested to be present.
Mrs. T. A. Glover, N. G.
Work called for and delivered nt the
University Dye Works. First class
work, reasonable prices. Call up
Woodlawn xots and have your olt
suit made like new.
The Pythian Sisters' District
Convention will be held in this city
tomorrow. Great preparations have
been made to entertain the many
guests expected. The event prom
ises to be exceedingly interesting.
Our assemblage of shirt fabrics
for sprint: nnd summer season em
braces many very beautiful mid
distinctive patterns. They are dis
nlnyed for your inspection nt the
Faster will be fittingly observe!
nt the Congregational church next
Sunday with special music and ap
propriate addresses. A seat nut
welcome for nil. G. W. Nelson,
Pey lints receive everywhere the
homage due to supremacy in quail
ty. -Johnstone's Toggery.
The charge of assault nnd bat
tery brought against Chief of Police
McKiuucy by A. Gee was tried in
the city hall before Judge Downs
yesterday. No evidence was shown
that undue violence had been used,
nnd the jury promptly rendered n
verdict of "not guilty."
Mli Ilrowu, the National Super
intendent of the dcimitiueut of Pur
ity will SKmk in the lluptist
church nt bt. Johns to ladle only
Monday afternoon nt 2:30 nnd in
evening at the same place to both
ladies nnd gentlemen. Remember
the date, the place nnd the hours.
It only takes $75 to put you in
possession of n brand new 4-room
cottage, located only 2 blocks from
the postoflice in St. Johns' best res
ideuce district, bill, only 1 10 er
inoiitli. Tills is a eliaucc to get out
of paying rent, See owner at once
J. J. Karr, first house ut of
Newport Motion.
M. 15. Church Sunday school
9:50 11, m., preaching 11 a. m. mid
8:00 p. m. Junior League, 3 p. 111.,
Kpworth League 7 p. m. Topic
in n. in. "The Miracle of Miracles,"
Dr. J. W. McDougnl, dlst. supt.
will preach, This is the opening
service of 11 series of evangelistic
meetings; every evening next week.
Everybody invited. Frank San
difer, pastor.
The Miller Amusement Co. will
appear in St. Johns April 26-30 in
the nature of a street carnival with
half u dozen or more strong attrac
tions. The carnival will lie given
here under the auspices of Knights
of Pythias. A queen of the carni
val will be selected by vote, ballot
boxes being placed in several of the
leading stores. Misses Schmaliiig,
Fassett and Kdlcfseu have been an
nounced as candidates with more to
follow. A $30 diamond brooch
will be awarded to the winner. All
business men arc requested to dec
orate with lodge colors red, yel
low and blue. More particulars
next week. In the meantime save
your pennies.
John N, Kdlefscu has teudeied
his resignation as assistant cashier
of the Peninsula bank, to take
effect May 1st. lie will devote
his time thereafter to the Kdlcfseu
Fuel Co, in which he is interested.
During his five years' connection
with the bank John has made in
numerable friends by his courteous
treatment, accommodating ways,
careful business methods and abil
ity. His good-natured countenance
will be greatly missed by the pat
rons of that institution. He will
be succeeded by S. L. Dobie, the
popular real estate man and erst
while councilman. Mr. Dobie is
splendidly fitted for this position,
ntid a better selection could not be
made to fill the vacancy.
First National Bank
St. Johns, Oregon
Sylvester Peterson, President
A. R. Jobes, Vice President J
F. P. Drinker, Cashier
C. B. Russell, Ass't. Cashier I
Reception for Rev, Gates
A reception was tendered Rev.
and Mrs. C. P. Gntcs at the home
of John Poff on Fast Durlington
street on Tuesday evening. About
too friends of Mr. and Mrs. Gntcs
were present to express regard for
them nnd good w'shes for their fu
ture, ntid a very pleasant time wns
enjoyed by all.
A very interesting nnd well rctt
dctcd program was given, whichwas
opened by li. L. Perkins, followed
by Mrs. Viola Campbell, both of
whom rendered solos which called
forth hearty encores.
The Hoy Scouts, under the di
rection of Scoutmaster Uycrlce.pnid
their respects to their departing
friend by marching in nnd giving
him the full military salute, to
which Rev. Gates responded witli
n short, impressive talk to the
youthful scouts.
Rev. Sandlfer gave n very inter
esting nddress, which wns followed
by trombone solo by Dick Perriuc,
accompanied on the pinuo by Miss
Georgia Perrine. Mr. Clarke,
Arthur Clarke and K. L. Perkins
rendered a trio that brought 11 round
encore. Prof, ltoyd addressed
the pastor nnd wife witli well chosen
words and Mis. J. N. Kcelcr sang
two songs in n delightful manner.
Mrs. Hall then presented Rev.
Gales witli a purse containing $1 1,
nnd a handsome liiblc with flexible
biudiug;ttiid to Mrs.Gates she gave
a handsome set of silver spoons.
Mrs. Hull's presentation address in
behalf of the members of the church
was eloquent with expressions of
the strong attachment existing no
tweeu pastor mid k.-oplc, which
wns so touching!' responded to by
Rev. Gates that it caused ninny eyes
to fill witli tears.
Members of the Philo Christo
class then sang n chorus they use
during revival services, and the
guests nil matched by and gave the
pastor nnd his wife a farewell Hand
clasp. Mis. Hall then closed the
program, tecitiug in her inimical
manner n poem retouched to suit
the ocensiou, entitled: "Conference
Chicken." and to the encore tes-
ponded with the "Utnigmut's Lu-
ment on Stewed Prunes ' which
iilmost hrottgut the tears ngnin, this
time from Milliliter. Delicious cake
and coffee was then served, followed
by nit hour of social converse.
City Officials Installed
To Hxchniige for St. Johns or
Portland property, 80 acres good
nucleated farm laud, and 80 acres
with feet of saw timber
six miles from postoilice, nlso to
acres i'j miles fiom ICagle Point,
having 7 ncies in young fruit trees.
All in Jackson county. Will ex-
hange one or all three pieces. Hox
57, Newberg, Ore,
The installation of the new city
ofiic mis Monday eveninsr was en
nctcd in n ciuiet manner. The ol
members turned over the reins witli
a stall of relief ntid the new mem
hers cheerfully assumed the burde
cast down bv their predecessors
No snccclics Were indlilued it), but
hearty congratulations (or condol
ences. ns one might view it) were
extended by the old to the new
After the oath of office had been
tnkcu all around the board, th
election of n president of cotiuci
wns called for bv the new mayor
G. L. Perciue nominated F. W.
Valentine and Pascal Hill noiuinat
ed A, A. Muck ns candidates I
serve in this capacity: Chns. IJrct
esou then made n motion which
carried that the nominations close
Upon vote Mr. Vulcntine received
two votes anil Mr. Muck four, th
Inttcr not voting. Mayor Couch
then appointed his standing com
tnitlees. as follow:
Streets nnd docks J. W. Davis
F. W. Valentine. A. A. Muck.
License P. Hill, A. A. Muck
Charles Hredcson.
Water nnd Unlit Chnrles llredc
son, J. W. Davis, G. L. Perrine.
Hu d hit's nud i! roll lids G
Perrine, Charles Urcdeson.H. Frank
' Liquor licenses F. W. Valentine
G. L. Perrine. D. frank llorsmaii
Health mid police D. Frank
Horsiiian, F. W. Valentine,
Dressmaking nud sewing of nil
kinds. Prices reasonable nud work
guaranteed. 624 No. Ivanhoe.
Dressmaking All work guaran
teed. Mrs. Mary Carr, 625 Fast
Charleston street. 3p
Sutmcrluo for tlio ToloKrutn best
uvuiilng unpur on tliu const. Boo
I'M Ktockton.
We see Ihnt Weimcr's Transfer
& Storage has ndded dry hard
wood to their line of fuels. 23c
f So tier month straight salary am
cxpeutcs to men witli rig, to Intro
duce our poultry remedies. Don't
answer unless you menu business
Kutelcu Poultry Food Mfg. Co.
(Incorporated) Fast St. Louis, III
If you cough all night you get
no rest, nor does any one else in
the house, Keep within reach 1
bottle of HALLARD'S HOAR
HOUND SYRUP. It is then easy
to stop toe tickling widen causes
the cough. Price 35c, 50c nnd $1
per bottle. Sold by St. Johns
Pharmacy. C3j
What This Bank Aims To Do
To promote our customers' interest
as we would our own;
To do all we can to make their rela
tions here profitable and agreeable
to them;
To contribute to their enterprise the
enthusiastic co-operation, foresight
and timely assistance which a good
Bank can properly bestow;
To repay confidence in us with con
fidence in them.
These are the aims of the officers of
this Bank and the business men
and women of St. Johns are in
vited to make this their banking
The Peninsula Bank
St. Johns, Oregon
Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $7,000.00
Resources over $200,000.00
R. T. Piatt. President
C. A. Wood, Cashier
F. C Knnpp, Vice President
J. N. Fdlefsen, Asst. Cashier
Be Dressed Properly
6 The
It's now time for you to see for yourself what we have to offer in Ladies'
and Men's Uptodate Furnishings. Come and profit by an early selection.
Shoes for the Whole Family
Nettleton, Florsheim and
Chesterfield oxfords and
shoes for Men who care.
Sorority, Sincerity and
Fashion shoes, oxfords
and pomps for Women.
Kayser Gloves A wide range in Colors, Shades and Prices
FVleiVs and Young Men's Headwear
You'll find here the Greatest Stock. Any Shape, any Quality you want
The Leading Furnisher 311 S. Jersey St.
Handsome patterns, double roll ns low ns ioc, nt
Leighton Hardware Co.
Who sell every thing in their line, low ns nny one.
Call in, nlwnys glad to show goods, whether you buy or
not nud will give n sqttnre denl every time. Try us
nud let us figure your Hardware and Plumbing bill.
It might save you money.
Undertaker and Funeral Director
Phono Columbia 263
Eait Hurlinston Slieel, Si. John, Oregon
Idle Hour Theatre
3000 feet of the world's LAT-
HSTaml HKST moving pictures.
T lie family theatre of bt. Johns.
New management.
New machine,
New curtains.
New pictures.
Come and see a first class show
nt nil times.
No junk shown here.
Proposed Assessment
How is Your Title?
Have your abstracts made, con
tinned or examined at the Peninsu
la Title, Abstract ami Realty Co'
Accurate work. Reasonable fees.
H. Henderson, Manager, 120 North
ersey street.
A prudent mother is always on
the watch for svmptoms of worms
in her children. Puleness, lack of
interest in play, and peevishness is
the signal for WHITE'S CRKAM
VURMIFUGIi. A few doses of
this excellent remedy puts an end
to the worms and the child soon
acts naturally. Price 50c. Sold
by bt. Johns Pharmacy, C25
For Sale 100x100 lot improved
fenced south sid of Tyler be
tween Hudson and Portland boule
vard owner inquire 910 South
Decatur. 2011
Far Sale Two new Harder
tationary gasoline engines, 2-horse
power for less thau wholesale. See
them. Wm. Shanklaud. 230
Notice U hereby given that apportion
ment of the eobt of improving Oswego
street from the north line of Ilarton'n
Audition to tlie county ro.ul, total cost
of $121. 31, hus leen apportioned ami is
on me in tue omce ot uie uinien.igiieit
Alllifert tn eviimltiitllnii
Assessment district extends back to
tue center ot lots, blocks ami tracts ol
land abutting on said street as provided
uy me euy dinner ami resolutions,
RtMllonstriitiPt- ni.iitist raIi! mnnrtlnii.
ment may be made in writing und filed
11' t til til ft lltt1r.attiftt tttiftil r t1ml
in. May 1st, 191 1.
Published in the St. Johns Review on
April 14 ami 21, 1911.
1 hree unfurnished housekeep-
mg.j-ooms for rent. 524 Uast Mo
hawk. 25c
next Mouday eyeuing, work in both
first and second degrees, four vic
tims. Don't miss it.
The opportunities of investment and SMELL the fragrance of
fair dealing, Resides having to offer you water frontage, farms
nnd timber lands, we can offer you income bearing business prop
el ty nt most reasonable prices and terms. If you want n sure in
vestment with no chance to lose nud paying 7 and 8 per cent in
terest we have that kind from $350 up.
We have buyers for your equities or can get you good trades.
50x100 foot lot in South St. Johns, $400, on easy terms.
50x100 with 3 room house $750, Only $50 down, balance
$10 per month.
. 4-room house on 50x100 foot lot for $850. Tern's, $xoo
down and if 10 per mouth.
10 acres of good level laud near Klamath Falls on payments
of $20 down nud $5 per month. Price $250.
WolGott, Valentine & Leggett
401 S. Jersey St.
Phone Columbia 279
Regular meeting Doric Lodge
XT . A t p. u It-- I
day evening in Odd Fellows hall
Special work. He present.
A valuable dressing for flesh
wounds, burns, scalds, old sores,
rash, chafed skin, is BALLARD'S
SNOW LINIMF.NT. It is both
healing and antiseptic. Price 25c,
50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by
St. Johus Pharmacy. C25
Easter is Coming
You need a New Hat
don't you? If so, look
at those at the
St, Johns Millinery
You will be glad you did
Mrs. E. J. Martin 207 N. Jersey
H. f . Clark, Thc SJarnniturc