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Calcf Bros. Have Inaugurated
a Series of Saturday Specials
That You Can Not Afford to Overlook
SATURDAY, MAY 4, SATURDAY
About 80 pairs of Ecru Lace Curtains djl A A
Values up to $2.00 a pair, Saturday at P1 .vV
Bird Cages, large assortment, at 25 per cent off
Yum Yum Springs, reg. $2.50, Saturday at $1.75
Remember the Time and the Place
SATURDAY, SATURDAY, SATURDAY, SATURDAY
501-03 JERSEY ST.
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
It will payto see our line of Rugs and Linoleum
We aim to sell our goods at the prices and of the
Jilu?aijij 1 1 cmahtv that will build ud a larger
X l XT '
We could not do so with inferior
goods or higher prices.
A big line of Linoleum at 60c to;
A large assortment of Ktigs nil rr -rrnVrl
sizes nml qualities tJ.UU cl ydlU.
The Regal Range on sale at the
Peninsula Hardware is n bargain at
$36.00. See it at once.
Miss Jeanette Ogden came down
Tuesday for a week's visit with
friends in St. Johns.
Modern housekeeping rooms for ,
rent at 519 South Jersey street.
Phone Columbia 148. itp j
John N. Greybehl of Portland)
has purchased the Hanson prop
erty on South Ivanhoe, and moved ,
into same with his family. j
WANTED A Coupon Solicitor
for City of St. Johns. Call at Studio
afternoons or eveuings up to 9
o'clock. Graves, the picture man, .
50J, oouiu jerbcy mitei. ,
An irascible licnteuant called!
down the engine room tube: "Is
there a blithering idiot at the
end of this tube?" A pleasant'
voice from theengineroom respond
ed: "Not at this end, sir."
For Sale Modern seven-room
house aud lot, 50x100 at corner of
Richmond street and South Hayes
street at a bargain, and on easy
terms. For particulars call at this
office. 26 4tp
First Christian Science Society:
Sunday 11 a. m., Wednesday, at
8 p. m. Reading room open Tttes-j
dy and Saturday from 2 to 4 p. m.
All cordially invited to the services
and reading room. Subject Sunday
James Taylor, wife , and two
sons and daughter from Hemmins
vllle, Mich., have arrived in St.
Johns, and have taken up their res
idence at 112 South Fillmore. Mr.
Taylor is a machinist by trade, aud
has accepted a position with the
Peninsula Iron Works. He is a
cousin of Geo. H. Campling.
The current year, it is said, will
prove one of the best periods m
the history of the lumber industry,
the demand for forest products of
Oregon being the best since the
period following the San Francisco
fire, when the forests of the North
west were drawn upon heavily to
rebuild that city. Prosperous con
ditions in the lumber trade will be
felt generally throughout Oregon.so
widespread is this industry.
Preliminary work for the con
struction of the north jetty at the
mouth of the Columbia river will
: commence at once, plans having
been approved at Washington and
forwarded to the local engineers
during the past week. The ap
proximate length of the proposed
jetty will be two and one-half miles
and it will require about five years
for construction. It is expected to
add materially to the depth of the
ship channel across the Columbia
April showers bring May flowers.
Sash and doors are carried in
stock by the Peninsula Hardware
Co. Get our prices.
If your typewriter ribbon is grow
ing threadbare aud old, get a new
one at the Review office. It costs
Methodist Episcopal church, cor.
T ...1 lTmiHi! di.wtnt, uelmnl
J.lUVIll HUH HIIJWI .
10 a. m.; rrcuciiiuK u"u
8 p. m.; Epworth League 7:15 p.
111. All are welcome.
Our charge for publishing cards
of thanks is 50 cents; for resolutions
of condolence Ir.oo. Neither are
items of new, aud must be classi
fied as advertisements.
For Sale New five-room bunga
low, modern throughout, by the
owner: located near Kenton, two
blocks from the car track. Price,
$2400, on easy terms. Heudricks
& Gilhnore, St. Johus.
For the best buy in St. Johns
call and see owner, corner East
Charleston und Portlaud boulevard.
5-rooin modern house and full lot,
well improved, good streets.cement
walks aud splendid location.
The dance given in Bickner hall
for the benefit of T. F. B. ball team
was not the success it might have
been had the members of the team
taken more interest in the affair.
The manager states that only three
of the members put iu an appear
ance, and only one purchsaed a
ticket, wr. duiioii uumucu iug
iiw of the hall, lichts. wax aud
service and part of the music was
douated. In spite of the lack of in
terest manifested on the part of the
- . r .
henehclaries, tne sum 01 a wua
turned over to the club treasury.
Fred Casey, acrobat, contortion
Set Annrer nnit sintrer. is appear
ing regularly at the Multnomah
.. . t.l .1. ........ iv Kn.nr1lltl1UC
meaire in iuccvcuhik jciu.vi.
His work is adding considerably to
the attendance, and as an enter
taiuer Fred has few superiors iu
his line. It is marvelous the many
shapes he can twist himself into.
In order that things do not grow
monotonous, he has about 23 differ
ent acts or specialties, giving a
change of program nightly. If you
haven't seen him perform yet, It is
worth your while to do so.
Hon. Jonathan Bourne sent the
Boy Scouts 500 packages of seeds
early in the season when the lads
were expecting to grow a market
garden, but failing to secure the
land they were after, and so many
of our citizens planting large gar
dens they deemed it best not to
an In the business this year. A f ter
taking what seeds they needed for
titbit mvn linrtif wardens, thev (lis
tlJW UHH O '
tributcd the remainder among the
c tizens of St. jonus, so mai mcy
might be utilized and the purpose
of the Department of Agriculture
See the Saturday specials at Ca
Barred Rock Roosters for sale
cheap. 516 Willis boulevard. 25tf
Mrs. Clara Hay, ordained me
dium, 241 J4 5th street Portland. 28p
The Debonair club has changed
its time of meeting aud will here
after meet every two weeks. The
next meeting will be at the home of
Mrs. J. N. Kecler, Thursday of
next week, May 9th.
Three lots, 7-room house, 12
8.year-old fruit trees, gas in house,
wired for electricity, street im
proved, on most prominent street;
93000, $500 cash, balance ou time.
See K. C. Couch.
Wall paper iu new and artistic
designs is now on sale at the Penin
sula Hardware Co. Prices range
from eight to 25 cents per
double roll. Selection may be made
from 50 or more different patterns.
Four first class barbers iu Gil
more's barber shop.
A Bunch of used Go-carts. Your
choice for $1.50 at Calcf Bros.
Picture framing done at Portland
prices at II. F. Clark's, the furni
ture man. tf
I.ee Chambers has been confined
to his bed all week with brain fe
ver. At last report his tcmiwrn
ture was very high.
For Rent. Store room. Best lo
cation in St. Johns. Right where
the car stops. For particulars sec
F. A. Rice at the city hall. 22tf
For Sale Six lots, all extra size,
between Tyler and Polk streets,
improvements in, can sell cheap.
Terms, $10 cash, balance $10 per
mouth, 7 per cent interest. Best
residence district. McKinney fi:
Preach tho gospel of St. Jcbna.
This is the lucky number the
number that wins the April Phono
graph. Party holding same will please
present their coupon and claim the new
Columbia Hornless Phonograph.
We are off and away on the May
Premium, which will be the same one
of the new
The Perfect Music Reproducers
Chances given with your cash pur
chases. You have everything to ..gain
and nothing to lose. The worst you
get is the best of it. Try us once and
you will tarry always.
St. Johns Pharmacy
niu r ii ssi ban ui um uuui uays dubib a
Here is a suggestion
For there is pleasure in taking pictures
added to the delights of the trips to the
country, and added to that the joy of
having a picture story of your good time.
No. I Folding Pocket Kodak $10.00
For rectangular pictures 2 1-4x3 1-4 inches, capacity 12 exposures without re
loading; size of Kodak 6 3-4x3 1-2x1 6-8 weight, 16 ounces, lens meniscus acro
matic, 4 inch focus, shutter pocket automatic, brilliant reversible finder.
Supplies for all kinds of Kodaks. We give green trading stamps.
FREE-We are giving away beautiful framed pictures.
NORTH BANK PHARMACY
HOAIE OF THE FAMOUS NYALS and A. D. S. RGA1EDIES. "CURRIN SAYS SO.'
VK DUI.IVUR HVISRYWHHRH l'RUK l'HONtt COMJMMA 107
First class shine while you shave
nt Gilmorc's barber shop.
Lost A Bar pin, cold nugget,
with fossil ivory setting. Return
to Bouham & Currier. itp
The Local Temperance Legion
will meet nt the home of Opal Wei
mcr, corner of Lconatd aud John
streets, next Tuesday at 3:30.
Three Fine Lots For Sale. jox
too nt the head of Kdison street, all
improved. Only $375 each. Kasy
terms. Apply soon to J. II.FIetch-
er, 823 Willamette boulevard.
J. M. Howell, a popular druggist
of Grccusburg, Ky., says: "We use
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy iu
our own household and know it
is excellent." Ifor sale by all deal
Methodist Kpiscopal church, cor
ner Leuvitt cc Hayes, btimlay
school to a.m. Preaching it a. 111.
Tonic: Whv He was Called Jesus.
At 8 i). in.: Darkness Preferred to
Light. All are invited.
Lot 100x106. nil in cultivation.
close to school, worth ifasoo.Owncr
must have money and will sell for
1F1700. Only $725 required to
make the deal. A snap. See
Henderson, the Abstracter. Mc
Ladies, be sure to visit the Rose
Millinery Co. before buying your
new hat. All trimmed hats at re
duced prices. All new and up-to-
date styles. Kcmcmucr tlie place,
107 South Jersey, iu the llolorook
block. Open evenings. The Rose
The St.lolms Lanndrv announces
that they will soon be equipped
to do family washings 011 the wet
wash plan. They are now install
ing machinery for that purpose aud
will be able to handle all family
washings nt 50c thereafter.
Sick headache results from n dis-
ordeted condition of the stomach,
aud can be cured by the use of
Chamberlains' s Stomach aud Liver
Tablets. Try it. For sale by all
Lewis Miller and Pascal Hill re
turned Tuesday from a fishing trip
to the Nchalcm, They had spleu-
iiid success in spite of the unfavor
able weather, und brought hnme a
large quantity of speckled beauties,
of which they gave their friends a
generous portion. The Review
man was remembered with four
beauties, which were duly appre
"Currin says so," and Currin did
just as he said he would. He gave
St. Johns, Oregon, the most mag
nificent sweet pea show ever held
in that wonder-slate. Uro. uirrlu
certainly has shown considerable
originality. The sweet pea show
is held In ins store every year ami
it turns his store into a bee hive
everybody comes. Here is a clever
advertising sciicme um tins won
for Bro. Currin, the hustling St.
Johns Nyalist, a big success. Cur-
reut reports advise mat tuts year s
llower show is to ue tlie "nosi
ever." The Nyalist.
Kexrt of the condition of the
First National Bank
nt St, Johns, hi the state of Oregon, nt
the close of business April 18, 191a:
Loans nml discounts 176,068.65
OvcrilrnftH, secured ifc unsce'd 15-73
U.S. bonds toscctircclrcuhitiou 35.u10.oo
Other bonds to secure U. S.
dciudis 5 ,000.00
Premium on bonds 125.00
llonds, bceurltlcs, etc 5.679,59
Hanking house, furniture nml
fixtures J, 9I0.00
Due lioni Male ami
l'rivntc Hunk nml
Hankers, Trust Com
panic nml Saving
Due from unproved re
serve ngeiit 8,877.73
Check nml other
ensh items 2,617,00
Note of other Na
tional Hank 1,000.00
1'riictional jujicr cur
rency, nickels, cents 186.45
Lawful money reserve
in bank, vi:
Redemption fuml with
U. S. Treasurer (5
lerct.ol circulation) 1,350.00
Total , f39M799l
Capital stock pilil Iu $50,000.00
Surnlut f 11 ml...
Undivided profits, lewt cxpeii-
mi nml taxes nalil 1,374-43
National bank notes outstniiil'g 35,000,00
subject to check., f 126,590.73
Cukhlcr's checks outstanding...
Slntc of Oregon, I M,
County of Multnomah
I, 1'. 1'. Drinker, cashier of the nbovc
named hank, do solemnly swear that the
alMive statement is true to the hest of my
knowledge nml belief.
V. V. Drinker, Cashier.
Subscribed nml sworn to before me
this 35th day of April, 1913.
W, 8. Kellogg, Notary Public
Multnomah county, Ore.
Correct Attest: Terry C. Stroud,
C. II, Russell,
"Baptist Church "
For Floor Coverings, see
us and get our prices before
Body Brussels, Axminster, Tap
estry Brussels, Grass Rugs and
Ingrain Art Squares.
We carry NAIRN'S Superior
Quality LINOLKUM in both the
Inlaid and Printed grades aud
many choice patterns.
Inlaid Linoleum, regular $1.40
per yard quality for only $1.00
per yard laid. This Week Only.
St. Johns Furniture
The following subjects will be
discussed nt the Sunday services of
the Baptist (Jlmrch clurtiin tins
Morning, 11 o'clock
May 5,"Gettinn the liar of God."
" 12 "Sermon to Mothers."
" 19 "The Besetting God."
" 26 "The Besetting Devil."
Kveuing, 8 o'clock
May 5,"A Great Gulf Fixed."
" 12 "Hell's Side of I'ixed Gulf."
" 19 "Heaven's
" 26 "Where Are the Dead?"
Revoking Resolution of Octo
ber 3, 1911 , Requiring the
Rock for Street Work in St.
Johns to be Purchased from
Whitwood Quarry & Con
It Is resolved by the city of St. Johni.
That, whereas, The council of tlw city
of St. Johns 011 October j, 101 1, did
adopt a curtain resolution as follow, In
"It Is rcolvcd by the city of St. John,
"Thnt whereas, 1'or the xiroe of
protecting the city of St. Johns nutl tint
inhabitants thereof from extortionate
charges for rock to lie iimhI in the im
provement 01 streets, Mill city dm Here
tofore purchased mid now owns n rock
tiunrry ami crusliliiK plant situate In
wiiuwooii wourt, opposite sain cuy 01
St. Johns, That sold city did nl one
time operate said quarry and rock crush
er as 11 tiitnilcltt.il enterprise, that in mi
oK.-rntliig said quarry mid cruslmr large
sums of money were uxKiudel, the shiiiu
IicIiik urcatly hi excess of alt revenue
"wherefore, as a means to nccoiniHim
the ends for which said ntmrrv ami
crusher were purchased, the council of
the city of St. Johns did cuter into h
contract to nml with the Whitwood
Quarry nml Contract Company, a cor
poration, ny tlie terms 01 which aininwi
the wild Whitwood Quarry ami Contract
ComMuy does hind ilm.-lf to furnish all
crushed rock which mar lie required fur
street imriM-en In said city of t. Johus,
ami at n price lair ami reasonable to miy
and all street contractors, which ptk-es
hchiK ureatly reduced from any mice
which the said city could uutke nml yet
operate said quarry and critslier in a
manner to my iiperaiiiiK exHns uituer
iuuniclMl MiMrvUkii. Tlwt the prict
made 011 strevt rock by ssld W lilt wood
Quarry and Contract Commny having
by the city of St. Johns lieen mwle the
basis of calculation of the ett of nil
rock work oil streets.
"Therefore, he it further renolvwl.
That for the reason and hi r poms ber
liibifore set out, any ami all ciiiitntcUM
now holding contracts with the city A
St. Joints for the improvement of any
street or streets, n well as all ciitntc-
lors who may licrcnltur secure s4icit eon
tracts, are hereby directed ami requited
to sreurtt the rock required for stieh con
tracts ut the city quarry, unless said con
tractor would he thereby unreasonably
delayed, owing to said quarry lM-ltgH-
erateii to its camicity 011 exisiitiji con
tract with (lie city of St. Inliu.
"AiloptiMl by tlie coiiia-ll iMtMUer yi.
V, A. RICH, Hecofder."
And, wheruiis, The said reeolMliutt
tends to crwitu a iuouoH)ly ami to pre
vent the purchase of rock from the low
And, whereas, The aforesaid resolu
tion hat workod a hardship umh owners
of property adjacent to streets lutliroved.
Therefore, be it liirthor resolve!, That
the said ruMilutloit hereinlfor stt
forth mid adopted by the coiiHCil M Oc
tober 3, 191 1 , uo ami the fcaute is beieb)
reejiled and made of 110 ufTwct tshalever
from the date of patMne of this resolu
tion. Adopted by the council yAU day ui
1'. A. RICH,
Published in the St. Johns Uuview OU
May i mid 10, 1912.
Married In Portland, April 29,
Mr. I'red Krickson of St. Johns and
Miss Ida Byork of Minueapolis.The
liappy couple now reside at 205
South Jersey street, side entrance.
Mr. Krickson is employed at the
Portland Woolen Mills. Now if
serenades were still the fashion I
Fort RENT carda at thin office.
Now is the time to gut rid of
your rheumatism. You will find
Chamberlain's I.inimuiit wonder
fully effective. One nppllentio'H
will convince you of its muriti. Try
it. For sale by all dealers.
Dandruff removed or no oharjj
atGilmore's barber shop,
Rough, Prompt Dry,
Dressed, Deliveries. Green,
ST. JOHNS LUMBER CO.
Phone Richmond 131
4. Phone Richmond 131
4 4 4
H. HENDERSON McDonaldBldg.,208JerscySt.
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance
Abstracts of Title Prepared. Accurate Work Guaranteed.