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WOOD OR COAL
At CALEP BROS., the place where you get the PRICE and the TERMS
$1.00 Down - - $1.00 Weekly
We have 30 different kinds of Heaters from $1.50 to $18.00
These heaters are made of
Wellsville Polished Steel
with cast top, cast bottom
and solid and ventilated
They are made for burning
wood, have large doors and
air tight drafts.
Made to last . and to make
jthe wood last.
As the Time For Opening of the City Schools
Draws near, thoughts will naturally bo directed to school books and supplies
and where best to get them.
This year in addition to our regular well selected and complete line of
school supplies, consisting of pons, inks, pencils, erasers, composition books, tab
lets, etc., we have added a complete line of the regular State text books and
now yoii are able to outfit your children completely at our store and at the same
time be assured of the best goods for the least money and also be assured of our
customary polite and courteous service which has always characterized our busi
ness. We will give every child buying books at our store on the opening of
school a pencil and blotter free, and later during the year we will give many
useful presents to the children, the plans of this will be aanounced later. Look
We would be pleased to have you call and look over our line and wo will
gladly furnish you any information concerning school books and supplies that
you may desire. May we not have a call from you?
Text Books Are Sold For Cash Only
NORTH BANK PHARMACY
HOrtlll OF THIS I-AM0U5 NYAL5 and A. D. S. REMEDIES. "CURRIN SAYS SO.
Wli I1IU.IVKK liVKKYWIIIlKiv I'RHU PHONIC COU'MIITA Jo
No. 18 Shasta $12. is
No. 20 Shasta I395
No. 22 Shasta ', 16.20
No. i.j Shasta 18.00
No. 18 Garnet. $ 9.90
No. 20 Garnet 1 1.70
No. 22 Garnet '. ... .'.1 13.50
No Extra Charge for Setting Up Stoves
501-03 JERSEY sl
I Sash mid doors are carried in
' stock by the 1'cnlti.siilu Ilurdwarc
Co. Cut our prices.
Sewing machine crates for Kale at
Arkle Anderson lins gone
'"Stanford University, California.
Fresh prunes for sale, 2 cents per
. pound. 915 South Decatur, phone
i Columbia 616.
.j. The Regal Range on sale at the
" Peninsula Hardware Is a bargain at
Jf 36,00. See It at once.
8 For Rent Two unfurnished
2 rooms. 524 Tioga street. $6 per
Mmonth, water Included. Up
Frank Clark, 307 South Jersey
street, buys old school books. Got
any? Turn them into cash.
Go to the Methodist church, cor
ner I.tnvitt and Iluyos on Sunday
night and hear Rev. Pnttoii on
"Why Merchants in St. Johns
Tomorrow Is the day when the
new water rates prescribed by the
city council will he attempted to be
established. Whether they will
"stick" or not remains to be seen.
M 8 p. tn. Sunday "Why Mer
fftcliiuits go Dusted in St. Johns" at
YM. K. Church, corner of I.eavltt
! ' Miss Nellie Sampson of McMinn 1 If you knew of the real value of
. villi, wns in tlit citv the first of ' Chamberlain's Liniment for lame
1 Athe week shaking hands with her . back, soreness of the muscles,
ninnv frl.'iuK here. , sprains mm mciuiiuiic limn., yun
Married Jesse Ray
Miss Gladys lliatt at the home
the bride's molherjio North Ivan
hoe street, St. Johns, Sunday. Sep
tember 1st, Rev. II. F. Cheney
The Dachelor club gave its An
.gust dancing party last Thursday
SJn the rink. A large crowd was in
fatteiiduiice and the event highly
An F,asteru exchange states that
Taft receives two votes at the
liNovember election he should be ar
Wrested for repeating. Some sar
" ' Conkey's Stock Remedies are not
V foods, bnt medlclne-a separate rem
"edy for each disease made by the
; same-people that make Conkey's
I ;Poultry Remedies. Sold on money
. -!back guarantee by Lumbers' Mer
cantile Co. 48c
jv - Miss Lillian Bailey of East Port
laud was in St. Johns Saturday .sell
f Itaes for the Louise baby home.They
a, . . . . ... .1 I ..!.
fwtsii 10 luanK inusc who uuugm
hags, and especially the gentlemeu
Iwho purchased 45 out 01 50 lags.
George Simmons was over from
Rldgefield, Wash., Friday aud is
lookiutr well. He Is enthusiastic in
s'his description of his locality and
(gays he has 12 acres of the finest
spuds iu tue country iuiss uuic
'Maber, sister of Mrs. Simmons, re
turned to her borne with George
'a after spending a most happy sum
? mer vacation with her nieces at
ltbeir delightful couutry home.
would never wish to be without it.
For sale by all dealers.
S. G. Wright's little black hen
is still on the job, laying to beat
the band, She "lays" everything
In the shade we have heard of to
date. Mr Wright says he may
have another report later.
Who's to blame? Some one's to
blame for merchants going busted
In St. Johns. This will be a live
topic at the M. I?, church corner of
Leavitt and Hayes, 8 p. m. Sun
day, Sept. 8. Come.
Samuel Dugbee spent a day dt
two near Ridgefield the first of
the week, the guest of George Sim
mons. He spoke in high terms of
that section of Washington state
and says George has a fine little
Don't let lice eat up your valua
ble poultry when it's so easy to get
rid of them. Conkey's Lice Pow
der, Lice Liquid and Head Lice
Ointment are guaranteed to do the
work quickly. Get a practical poul
try book free from Lauthers Mer
cantile Co. 48c
Methodist Episcopal church, cor
ner Leavitt and Hayes, Sept. 8:
Theme 11 a. ra,, "Those things
for which we are responsible; 8 p.
m., "Why merchants go busted in
St. Johns." Sunday school 10 a.
m. Kpworth League 7U5 p. m.
pj.mAuMloa., ayTbejpubjLCj jsjnjlteiL , , .,
For Insurance sec F.W. Valentine
Gilmore's Umber Shop a spe
cialty on childreirs' hair cutting.
Subscribe for tbo St. Jolinn Jtovlow
unit kooji pcstotl on thu dolnga of
Wall paper in new and artistic
designs Is now on sale at the Penin
sula Haul ware Co. Prices range
from eight to 25 cents tier
double roll. Selection may be made
from 50 or more different patterns.
Few. If auv. medicines, hnve
met with the uniform success at
tended the use of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Dlnrrlio.fi Rem
edy. The remarkable cures of col
ic and uiarrhwa which it has affect
ed in almost every neighborhood
have given It a wide reputation.
For sale by all dealers.
Get an electric head treatment or
massage at Gilmore's Darher Shop.
Typewriter ribbons for sale at
this ollice; 50 cents each.
Picture framing done at Portland
pt Ices at II. F. Clark's, the furni
ture man. tf
For Sale Six lots, all extra size,
between Tyler and Poll; streets,
Improvements in, can sell cheap.
Terms, $10 cash, balance $5 er
mouth, 7 per cent interest. Dest
residence district. McKluucy &
The implicit confidence many
tcople have in Chamberlain's Col
ie, Colera rind Diarrhwa Remedy
Is founded on their experience in
the use of that remedy and their
knowledge of the remarkable cures
of colic and diarrha-a and dysentery
that it has effected. For sale by all
ST. JOHNS PHARMACY
Most everyone has a desire to own a talking ma
chine, but everyone cannot afford to buy one. Each
month some one of our customers receive a phono
graph free. A twenty-five cent purchase may win
for you the prize.
August prize won by W. R. Johnson, 512 East
Charleston street. Next drawing Oct. 1st. Save
School days will soon be here. As usual we will
be headquarters for school books and supplies. Many
surprises in store for the children.
Extensive Drug Stock
We have the largest and most varied line of
drugs, medicines and drug sundries of any store on
the Peninsula. We meet all advertised prices either
Portland or local. '
GET IT AT
St. Johns Pharmacy
Reliable Drug Store j
How would you like to be a hop
picker this kind of weather?
An infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Oliver Hiilkc dial Thursday of last
The services at the Congrega
tional chinch were largely nttended
A writeup of an Iowan picnic by
D. I,. Snow has been held over un
til next week.
Fresh prunes for sale, 3 cents pur
pound. 915 Smith Decatur, phone
Columbia fit 6.
S'lauklaud & Muck have opened
up a garage In the I Ieudrlcks build
ing on Jersey street.
Wanted Nurse girl for days
only. Apply at once to Mrs. I.tir
rowe, 702 North Hayes street, itc
W. ti. Tntiiismi of si? K. Clinr-
... ... -
lesion slrcL-l won the AuiHist nlimi-
ograph nl the St. Johns Pharmacy.
If you want prompt delivery of
wood, call Cochrau-Nutting & Co.
Phone Col. 554. 415 So. Hoyos
W. R. livens of the St. Johns
Hardware Co., -was among the St.
Johns visitors to the state fair at
Salem this week.
Wanted Younir man to keen to
books. Mail application in own
hand writing to box s., care of
11 , . 1
ttr......i r !.i .ln t. n. ....... 1.
w uinirii villi m iii iiuiinvn in r.
and learn dressmaking. Good op
nnrtuitv for uirl not afraid of work;
good wages. 531 S. Jersey street.
Reading matter is curtailed this
week 011 account of u stress of ad
vtMtlsliii- and the force belmr off
duty on Labor Day precluded add
lug extra pages.
First Christian Science Souioty.
Sundays 11 a. 111., Wednusduys at
8 p. 111. Reading room ohjii oil
Tuesday and Saturday from 2 to
4 p. in. All cordially invited to the
services and reading room. Sub
jct Sunday: "Man."
October 6th will be Rally Day at
the Christian Sunday school and
that live bunch of workers will
give an inlurettiug program at thuir
little church home corner of Now
York and Central avenue. Put the
date 011 your list and take in the
1?. R. Sully, who has purchased
and added considerably to the stock
of the Frank Clatk novelty store,
will reopen for business in the Hoi-
brook building on Jersey street to
morrow. Mr. Sully, who came
here from Keuniwick, Wash., has
moved into the Hendricks residence
011 South Ivauhoe street.
Running up and down stairs,
sweeping and bunding ovur making
beds will not make a woman healthy
or beautiful. She must gut out of
doors, walk a mile or two every
day and take Chamberlain's Tablets
to improve her digestion and regu
late her bowels. For sale by all
Fred Hardmaii was arrested Mon
day by Chief of Police McKinuey,
accused 01 passing a lorged ciiecK lor
f 7 on Mrs.Gillospie. The check ws
drawn lit favor ot lfred Jackson
against the First National Hank of
Oregon City, and was signed Fred
Harding. Hardinan. when arrest
ed, admitted that he wrote the
check himself in order to get mon
ey to buy drugs, and also that he
is on parole from the Oregon peni
tentiary, having ten months yet to
serve. He was sent to the peni
tentiary for burglary. Chief Me
Kiuney took the man to Portland
and will either file a forgery charge
against him or have him sunt back
to complete his former sentence.
Girl wishes house work. Inquire
520 linst Buchanan street.
For Sale Hartlett pears. L. H.
Campbell, 422 liast Leavitt street.
Fresh prunes for sale, 2 cents per
pound. 915 South Decatur, phone
'Chickens For Sale -Rhode Is
land Rds. D. I Page, at Oregon
Flake Food factory.
For Rent Two large, light and
plctisnut house-keeping rooms. In
quire 528 South Ivauhoe street.
See G. W. Overstreet for any
thing in the plumbing line. Oppo
site Central School, ah S. Jersey
street. Ollice mid residence phone,
Columbia, 5O0. 42U
Found Scotch Collie dog, about
one year old. Owner may have
same by calling on James Johnson,
902 K. Hurr street and paying for
We desire to express our heart
felt thanks to all our friends for the
many messages of sympathy and
floral tributes sent us in our be
reavement. Dr. R. A. Jayne and
The congregation at the Christian
church Sunday evening passed res
olutions heartily endorsing Govern
or West 111 his efforts to clean up
the cities throughout the state and
to enforce the laws of the laud.
Dog Lost Red Irish Setter about
one year old. Collar bore license
tag No.OS. Reward offered for his
recovery. Joiues Johnson, 902 Host
The Septembur meeting of the
St. Johns Commercial club will be
held Wednesday uveniug of next
week. A full attendance is desired
as imnorlaut matters will bebro't
before the meeting-
Chester A. Vincent, who bus
held the position of asistaut eugiu
uur here for several years, left yes
terday for Urbaua, Ills., whure he
will take a post grnduate course in
civil engineering at the University
Chas Sagert has sold n house and
lot on Cuutral avenue which he re
cently purchased to John Nocu. Mr.
Sagert has purchased a lot of
ground on Charleston fctrcmt uoor
Smith avenue, upon which he may
build in the spring.
Hon. Guy F. Phelpn, author of
Kthel Vale, the White Slave, will
deliver his famous tectum agaiutt
the social evil Sunday Sept. 8 at 8
p. m. in the Kvaiigcllcal church.
No admission charged. Collection
taken. For both men and women.
No one should miss it.
Proposals for Street Work
(waled roixmU will w nceived at
ttie Gftice of tlii! rwonlnrof theclly ot St.
John, until Sept. 21, 1912, at 8 o'clock
j). 111. for the improvement of fill
more htrcet from the northerly line of
Hiiludflplllu treet to the koulherly line
of St. Julius nvenue, in the manner
provMed liy ordinance No (M, subjuct
to llie provulont of the charter uii'l ordi
nances of the city of St- John ami the
estimate of the city engineer nu file.
KtiKlneer' estimate i$n;m.'JS).
I!li mutt he .trictlv iu accordance
1 with the printed blank, which will be
the recorder of the city of St. Johns.
And said Improvement mutt be com
pleted on or before 6u dtiyn f rom lliedute
of the last publication of thin notice.
No proXMaUorbiiU will be ooiuiilured
unloMi accompanied by u certified check
payuble to the order of the mayor of the
city of St. Johns, certified by a responsi
ble Iwiik for an amount equal to tun pur
cent, of the 0Kgrej;te proposal.
The right to reject any and all bids U
liy order of the council.
V. A. KICK.
Recorder of thu city of .St. JqJiiii,
1'uhlUhud in the St. Julius K.uvluw
Beptumbur 8, 13 uud 20, 1QI3. .
ORDINANCE NO. 5(M
An Ordinance Providing (lie
Time niul Alnnnor of Iiu
proving Fillmore Street
from Philadelphia Street
to St. Johns Avenue in the
City of St. Johns, Oregon.
The city of St. John dm' ordain m
The council of the city of St. John.,
ImviiiK iikcci tnincd the rout of ImnrtivliiK
I'illmore street from the tmitliflrly
side line of Phllmluliihln street to tho
southerly side line of St. Inhiw nvctiuu In
the city of St. Johns, n shown lv resolu
tion of thu council of said city, ,'Utinl on
thc6th day of August, lyii, and recti riled
III the ollice of the recorder of said fljly,
and notice thereof having Imtcii imiIiIbihhI
in the .St. Johns Iteview, a weekly now
iaH)r of Keuend circulation. ot ,the
Uth day mid the llhh day of AugluH,
lyu, ns shown by the affidavit of the
foreman of mild tMer, which Mid Hlrtds
vlt Is on file iu the office of thu city r
cordcr; mid lej-al khHii of notlco' of
such Improvement, as kliowu by the nlfl.
duvlt of the cllv emilnier 011 file in thtt
ollice of the city recorder: mid remon
strance filed by nroierty owner consid
ered niul rejected on account of insuffi
cient area repicscnled In Improvement
district, ami, as provided by said twOlu
tion, thu vngliieer's piellmlmuy esttmntH
of cost of said Improvement is J17AW.'i4).
but shall Ikj inoe accurately dHriuhiNl
by said engineer.
Now. therefore, it is hurnliv onWitd
that wild street be Improved mih! Um
time fur the completion of said lm
movement is heiuby fixed Ht sixty lUyt
from the last publication of kviimU of
said work, winch said pmiMxals wusvi ba
llleil with the iccoriler of saUl city um or '
before the 21th dav of Servtemlmr, 191s,
lit 8 o'clock, p, in. of mid day.
That said street ifwll m imMOVtil M
as follows: liy KrwdiiiR same to the est
tablisheil Krade liy cut ami All uud by
sldenalkiug Nam on lthr side with r4x
foot cement sidewalk, 18 foot curusvn
tire loiiKth. toKutlHir with nil wteMmry
cement orowmalks awl cutrugaUNl Iron
(utters, nnd by ilacinic i-oncret mv9
incut six Inches thwk from curb to
curb; wild walk Mini curb to liavt vspan
slou joints as directed by the city mmI
ueer; said curb to Iwve tlirtM Ihcu iIimm
tile every fifty feet mid hitch ritsn to
be placed iu the curb as dirct4 by to
Thu city recorder shall give ttotlew by
publication fur not Ivm Ilia 11 Initw In
sertions in the .St.Iohiu Ueviaw, tb of
ficial uuwsiMMir, fuvlting prousr4 for
making said improvement.
Said Iniproveuient shall iu all ttstfiMit
be done and completed in coHfonnlly
with llie provlidonsol Ordinauca Woa.
100, and IflS, encept as otbrnriw
nrovldeil 111 this ordlnauc; all work to
Itc done umlcr the direction and Mpar
vision of the cit eiiuinetr.
That the cost of said iuiotovtUMnl
sliall be asMNawrd against the )wvtfrty 1st
the local huinoveiuent district aadea
scrllMNl iu said rtxdutlou aud tlaalgnatot
us and dwebtrud to b 1ocmI Ihpv
merit District No. UU.
INissod by the council HapttMtUsrtr 8.
Apicvud by tlm tmW UtfimbmM,
A. A. MUCK,
AUwst: l. A. RICH.
PuldUhwl iu the St. Johns Rtn'tow o
Seiitumbr 0, 1917.
Proposals lor Sewer Work
Sealed moimmmIs will lm m-eivail at lbu
office of the Kuconler of the City of St,
Johns until Spt. !M, 191a, at k' o'clock
j). 111., for thu inirovemeiU of Htlhuore
street by laying 11 sewer frotu the liise of
Hessuiiduit street to the hue of Philadel
phia street, iu the maimer provided by
Ordinance No. 608, tubjaet to the provia
ions of the charter awl ordiuaucw of tbo
City of St. Johns, and the estimate of
the city engineer, on file.
Jtuuliieur's estimate it gt.07a.H4.
lllils must be strictly iu accoMUtwo
with printed blanks, which Mill be furn
ished on application at the office of too
Recorder of thu City of St. Johua, Ami
said improvement must be completed un
or before 60 days from the date of Use
last publication of tlii uotice.
No proxMiU or bills will be considered
uulu accompanied by a certified check.
Miyuuiu to tue oruer 01 IN Mayor of law
:ity of St. Johns, certified by a rMMM
sibfc liauk for an amount equal to UHt
percent, ot the a regale pavposau.
Thu right to reject any ami ait aitl ie
liy order of thu City Council,
I'. A. RlClf.
1'ublishwl In the St. John UW flat
Septembur G, 18 aiu) 20. 19(3.
R. A. JAYNE, Al. 0.
Office over First National Dank
Office! Pliorjo Celumbta 2