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About St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1911)
No matter where you buy or what
you pay, we do not believe you
can get a better refrigerator
than the CENTU RY made in
Michigan of Michigan Oak.
The outside is finished as nicely as a
piece of furniture.
The inside is white enameled, all par
titions being removable. It is easy
to keep Clean, Sanitary and Sweet.
Its shelves are adjustable.
Between the inner and outer walls,
It is packed with mineral wool.
Capacity from 40 pounds up, and the
ice will last longer than in any
other refrigerator we know of.
Price from $9.50 to $25.00
Be sure you see it.
St. Johns, Oregon
Tne new Noce building is pro
Cheapest and best screen doors
and windows at McCabe &Corbetts
Delmonico Rooming House
Under new nituiageincitt. Nicely furnished suites of
Also single rooms by ilny, week or month.
MRS. I,. HARDING, Prop.
Few Reminders of Spring 8
I.uwn Mowers, Sprinklers, is?
Hose, Garden Tools, Seeds
and Fencing. )L
You will find our stock of Q
these nrticles complete and Q
the prices right. Q
-S St. Johns Hardware Co. S
I Now is the Time !
To fit your house with Screen Doors at the right prices
from f i.oo to $2.25
Also Invu Mowers from I3.50 to 18.90 Garden Hose
50-foot length, from $4.00 to $6.00
Our prices are RIGHT, and we are glad to show you
! Serrurier Hardware Co.
Enamel Ware Sale
Sec Our Window Display
Drop In and Look Over our Grocery
McCabe & Corbctt
Why not buy Winter Fuel
Now? Save 25 percent
PITCHLESS LUMBER CO. will deliver to any address
between Columbia Park and Hayes street, St. Johns,
Cull Ties direct from Cars for $4.75 per cord; Block
Wood $4.50 per cord.
Orders must be placed at least one week in advance.
PITCHLESS LUMBER CO.
PHONE COLUMBIA 60
Hcncry Sebel is erecting a small
dwelling on Astor street.
R. L,. Lnsli lias returned to As
toria after spending a couple of
weeks in bt. Johns.
Found Silver table knife. Own
cr can have same by calling at this
At the request of many the IiIkIi
school will rej)eut the Toasttnaster
Tuesday evening. June 20th, 8 p. in
Furnished housekeeping and
sleeping rooms telephone and bath
502 North Ivauhoc. 3235
A. V. Davis has built a 16x18
extension to his store room ou Jer
sey street, which is occupied by the
Muck Mercantile Co.
J. V. Mtihm has commenced
construction ou flue and modern
home ou Portland boulevard, near
City Attorney Ksson returned
Sundny from Fort George, H. C,
where lie spent several weeks in
viewing the landscape o'er and get
ting a look at close range of the
laud he purchased in that section
The Iccless Refrigerator Co. with
factory in the French block is now
busily engaged in manufacturing
their refrigerators. It is claimed
that a temperature of 45 decrees
can be maintained with ease. The
prices will range from $1.50 up
wards, wc understand, and will be
placed ou the market in a few
W. F. Adams, a yardman em
plnved by the St. Johns Lumber
company Had his leg broken and
was otherwise imdly bruised when
a truck loud of 8x8 timbers turned
over on him Friday afternoon. He
wns taken to St. Vincent s hospital
where he is getting along 03 well as
could be expected.
Stibicrlbo for the Itorlow and be
At the request of many the high
school will repeat the Toasttnaster
Tuesday eveniugjune 20th, 8 p.m.
The Kvangelical Sunday school
will hold their children's dav ser
vices, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock
instead of the evening as had been
announced. Remember the hour
and sec that the children all attend.
The W. C. T. U. presented the
council with a huge bouquet of the
finest roses that were heartily ap
predated by that august body, and
a vote of thanks was extended to
the ladies for their kindness and
Rev. H. II. WikolT of San Fran
cisco will preach at the Congrega
tional church Sunday at 1 1 a. 111.
Union services in the evening at the
high school auditorium. Bible
school at 10 n, in. The public in
vited. G. W. Nelson, pastor.
The business men of St. Johns
have subscribed a fund for the pur
pose of having the streets sprinkled
throughout the business district. As
the dust is two inches deep and
still rising, the application of water
will not come amiss.
Our Second Annual
SWEET PEA SHOW
will be held this year on Friday, July 7th. The suc
cess attending our initial effort along this line has led
us to believe that this year's exhibition will far ex
ceed in volume and beauty that of last year.
Full particulars will be announced later. In
the meantime look to the cultivation of your sweet
NORTH BANK PHARMACY
Marion Johnson was the victim
of n somewhat unusual accident
last Friday. While hammering
with a hatchet a piece of steel (lew
olt and struck him ou the wrist,
cutting an artery. lie will be laid
up for repairs for a few days.
M. 15. Church Sunday school
9:50 a. in. rrcacliiug 1 1 n. in. and
p. in. luuior Lcncuc v. m.aud
Hpworth League 7 p. m. Topic
'The Church s Insk ' in the morn
ing. The evening service is omit
ted owing to Baccalaureate sermon
being preached at the high school.
Frank Saudifer, pastor.
Mr. Stanley Watt of Spring Riv
cr, Minn., spent a couple of days
last week as guest of his relatives,
Mrs. Julia M. I'arker and Mrs. W.
15. Swcngel and family, and took
in a day at the Rose Carnival. lie
has so fallen in love with Oregon
that he purchased a ten-acre tract
of orchard laud at Mosier and will
soon become a fixture in that tin i v
For Sale Lots 1,2,3 and 4, block
6 31,32, 33 ml 31 hi block .-,
Point View. Apply to owner, Jas.
W. II. Rcid, Devil's Lake, North
Is easy, says a
professor of the
U. of M.
No Cure, No Pay. Fifty Pills in a Bottle
FORTY-FOUR FAMOUS CUTS
00 Warner's Nervine. 66c
50c Borden's Malted Milk 37c
25c Celery King 18c
75c Melleir s IooU ........... 57c
100 Cooper s New Discovery, . .09c
50c Hydrozoue 37c
25c Thedfords Mack Draught. . 10c
00 Bliss' Native Herbs. , , , . , .6Bc
50c Pinex 37c
00 Ext Red Bouc Marrow, . . .63c
5c Arrowroot 09c
00 Glycozone 70c
50c Electric Bitters 34c
100 wine of Caruui 00c
50c Egyptian Tea .....33c
25c Lincoln Tea 16c
50c Nyals Syrup of Figs 28c
00 DeWltt's Kidney mis 71c
00 Pierce's Favorite Pres'n. , . .73c
25c Chamberlain's Tooth P0W..13C
50 Bosankos Pile Remedy 36c
00 Kodol Dyspepsia Tablets.. 72c
100 Peru n a 71c
50c Nyals Dyspepsia Tablets. ..31c
25c Arnica Salve 14c
100 Mes-ca , 50c
50c Centaur Liniment. 31c
100 Peruna 73c
10c Palm Olive Soap 06c
100 Bromo Seltzer 64c
35c Rocky Mountain Tea. 27c
100 Rod way's Ready Relief. . . .64c
ioc Frog in your Throat. , . . . .06c
100 Foley's Kidney Cure 69c
50c Welch's Grape Juice 38c
100 Russell's' Emulsion 77c
50c Nyals Liniment 29c
25c Crown Headache Tablets. . 17c
100 Munyon's Paw Paw. 69c
50c One Minute Cough Cure. . .34c
75c August Flower 53c
25c Chamberlain's Salve 18c
50c Stewarts Catarrh Tablets.. 36c
100 Manola , 72c
There is an Item In the "Therapeutic Notes" which
St. Johus Pharmacy, St. Johns, Oregon, is the largest single
buyer of Parke, Davis & Co.'s goods in the Pacific Northwest.
St. Johns Pharmacy
"Quality, First, Last aod All the Time."
H0A1E OF THE FAAOUS NYALS and A. D. S. REMEDIES. "CURRIN SAYS SO."
Wl! DliMVKR RVKKYWIUtllK FRBli P1I0N1J COM'MIIIA 907
For sale at a bargain, modern 5
room house, 2 blocks from car line,
lot 50x100. Alex Kerr. Phone
Columbia 262. 32tfc
For Sale Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, blk
6 3. 32, 33 mill 34. block 4, in
Point View. Apply to owner, Jas
V. H. Reid, Devil's Lake, North
Ice cream fruit sundaes, ice
cream sodas, milk-shakes and all
soft drinks; also a new line of post
cards, at Harding's, second door
notth of Electric Theatre.
Whooping cough is not danger
ous when the cough is kept loose
and expectoration easy by giving
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
has been used in many epidemics
of this disease with perfect success.
For sale by all dealers.
Bankers of the state have been in
session in Portland the past week
and they say that never before has
banking been in such n satisfactory
condition in Oregon. The report
of President Martin declared there
was more railroad building last year
than ever before and prospects for
the entire state were never better.
With the big crops now in sight, a
prosperous year is certain.
1 H. HENDERSON 122 Jersey St.
I Real Estate, Loans, Insurance f
Abstracts of Title Prepared. Accurate Work Guaranteed. jg
A. It, IIIIMSTOCK
OKO. II, IIIIMSTOCK
UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING
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H. F. Clark,
402 SOUTH JERSEY STREET
NEW AND SECONDHAND FURNITURE
A. H. BLACKBURN
Undertaker and Funeral Director
Phono Columbia 26)
Hail Ihitllnnton Sticct, St, Jolmt, Orcuon
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This store is (lie only one In St. Johns that sells groceries exclusively.
Therefore, we arc in a position to keep our stock fresh ami the best
that can be secured. No stale, or poor quality of anything Is kept on
hand. Fair and courteous treatment and prompt delivery are at
your command. Give us a trial, if not already a patron.
NORWEGIAN PATRONAGE SOLICITED
A. B. LINDBOE
111 West Burlington Street
ST. JOHNS GAS COMPANY